Orlando morning sentinel
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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
Orlando Sunday sentinel=star
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: May 11, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075053
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 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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within HALF a A 75-wil MILLION rodmi PEOPLE.f Orlondo.LIVE I ; j j enttncL'tar( I IN YOUR SENTINEL-STAR TODAY
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of Florrfo'i found vegetable
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crop. per cent el, FlonoVi citrus. Real Eitott, pog I] Radio _- Pose 31.

T& a Privilege to Live in Central Florida The World's Most Beautiful Place Abundant
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\ O. 720 ORLANDO. FLORIDA.. SUNDAY. MAY 11., 1947

All Telephone I Taft PRESIDENTIAL Sees VETO Two-Thirds STUDIED Russia AcceptsU.S. Move To' Trim Florida

Strikers Tree'To ProposalOn

Work HerePicket Margin Victory For Korea Parley Appropriations Looms

Labor 'Legislation

Lines Fail Provisional Rule

o. ...
For Manpower Lack WASHINGT9N [UP] Chmn. Taft [R-Ohio] of the Senate Talks Expected Soon '

All Orlando telephone Labor Committee last night predicted passage of Re- WASHINGTON [ UP ] L Why Limit It? I House WeighsPredictions

labor two-thirds
publican-sponsored legislation by a
workers are expected to Russia accepted U. S. con-

back at their jobs with the margin-enough to override a Presidential veto. ditions for resuming nego- ; '
such could be mustered in the d4A
But whether a margin
Southern Bell Telephone and tiations on Korea yesterdayand Of
'actual event of a veto appeared
Telegraph Co. today becauseof Secretary of State Mar-

a "picket shortage." Florida High Taft said he hoped for a final shall was expected to give a ) IT &
D. H. Mac Gillis chairman of Senate vote on the much amend- quick go-ahead signal for new i Big 47 DeficitSenateApproved

Local 108 Southern Federation of talks on the political and economic FloweRs OR
School GirlMurdered r jed labor bill tomorrow oc' ,
Telephone Workers, told The Sen .'... ..">.: night..jother unification of that occupied and c-qc'i owvyr't a7jqr
tinel-Star at 1:45 am. today that' \' members divided country. ,q

he had been notified that Association :: | did not reflect Soviet Foreign Minister Molotov d 6 4 aTf6e t9Y- 417jr / ; ".
Communications Equipment sent a note to Marshall in replyto Measure Threatened
of >
: the Ohio Re'publican's ,
Workers was unable to DADE CITY [AP] A pretty ," optim- one received a week ago. He ',qjy Ler7q5 4Atte 4Aprj iOR

"man" the picket lines at the local 14-year-old Dade City high I oJ''ism. said the Soviets were willing to 9T"1'ENflOJ rdqr i :' P4.-5 Iq TALLAHASSEE [ A P 1

telephone exchange. school girl was stabbed to ; _. 0-1-] Although Taffy only abandon pro-Communist their insistence factions that can I p rfcd-P/2oQ67fo&q- : p Efforts- to trim the $62,300000 :-
I :
Mae GUlls .4. I death at her home here yesterday participate in a Korean provision-
job steward here for the ACEW and Sheriff Leslie '. 0.(1' two thirds vote al Government.This 4r6K6SOo&/aT1kdIs7My ., ( i appropriations bill appeared

u Saying that "SFTW memben .for the labor bill I
I' Bessinger said he had charged a was the condition laid possible yesterday as House
are free to return to work because Taft was limited to ,
young magazine solicitor with her down ,by Marshall before he would members considered predictions
there will be no picket line I final passage the measure's backers I
murder. I agree to re-convene the Joint the 1947 Legislature is in dangerof
Orlando office of the hopeful that such a mar-
at the were
Sheriff Bessinger identified the Soviet-American Commission on 0S putting the State in the red
Bell Co. today." I in vote toI 'L' ;
Southern : gin could be retained a -
man as Arthur Edward Berry 23, Korea May 20. by more than $15 million.

Last night Mac Oillis said that I of Jacksonville Beach and said i I override the members veto which .many I Molotov pointed out that the '/ 5'4rnfr7e'JT' A ---- /7/ i The Cabinet Budget Commission -
Democratic expect.A
approximating a S
outside forces American had approved
the girl was Willie Mae Benton and Russian occupa- j appropriations
third of Orlando's striking telephone I who came here from Danielsville two-thirds vote to override: tional commanders in Korea- f totaling $57 million and had submitted

employes would report for Ga.. last December with her uncle a veto would require support Lt. Gen. John R. Hodge and Col. i recommendations basedon

work tomorrow. and aunt Mr. and Mrs. J. A. from about 15 Democrats.Two Gen. Ivan Christiakov-already that figure to the Legislature.,,

lie added. however that ap- Washburn. Democratic leaders. -Sens. i had done much to resolve the differences S The vice chairman of the (

proximately 200 operators and'inside The girl evidently had fought Hill and Sparkman of Alabama I between the two nationson House Appropriations Commit

workers would not cross desperately before she was killed renewed pleas that Republican : the major issues in that Far tee. Rep. Morgan of Duval

the picket line established by by a stab wound which cut her leaders go to the White House and East hot spot.Marshall 4- / / County complained of a "wave
Western Electric Co. employes. Jugular vein. Sheriff Bessinger re- I ask Mr.Truman his views on what I will proceed as soon of wild spending." He said reports *

all member of the ACEW. ported. Her clothes had been almost he would consider acceptable labor as the Congressional legislative ; / had "circulated over the
I I situation permits :
But this morning Mac Gillis emphasized torn off her and she hada legislation.Taft after enactment of-immediately the Creek- State stating we had a surplus

that ail telephone workers gash across her throat anotheron contends the initiativefor Turkish aid bill-to present his accumulated from the last two

in Orlando now are "free" to her arm and one ear was almost such a conference must come I',<.next aid program for Korea. years by wise spending In the

return to their Jobs inasmuch as severed.Dr. from Mr. Truman. I Envisaging $500 million of aid 1945 session."

they will not be greeted by picket W. E. Stanfleld said there Sparkman said the Republicanshad I in next three years it will not be The Jacksonville representative

was no Indication of criminal as- shown "most unfortunate held in abeyance as result of the declared himself anxious to bring

lines.Meanwhile, In Washington Assistant 'saulL attitude" In asserting the President Soviet acceptance of U. S, terms A'i/ the General Appropriations Act in

Secretary of Labor John The girl's body was found at in the matter of labor legislation for reopening Korean negotla- line with the Cabinet BudgetCommission's

W. Gibson taking charge of conciliation the rear of her home In an orange must "take it or leave it." tions. a recommendationsand

meetings between West- grove on the outskirts of The President meantime. is beIng American experts on Korea predicted Florida's operatingcosts

ern Electric Co. and two strik- Dade City after Berry telephoned urged by :some Congressional !. were spending much of the week- : would decline during the
officers from a neIghbors! end studying it to make certain next two years.
Sunday -
ing unions. promised sessions : lieutenants to sign the bill outlawing -
house., there were no "Jokers" in Mobtoy's -- f4vp S In previous legislative sessions
In an effort to Iron out by I i most portal pay claims asa
tomorrow 15 Issues still in dispute.He o Sheriff Bessinger said Berry I political offset to his expectedveto note on the Korean agree- the big appropriations bill usuallyhas
m nt. f* been hiked far above cabinet
refused to predict an end of i told the following story: of the GOP labor legislation. '
W\ the Western Electric strike bjr that As Berry approached the house It was understood however Optimists NameJ I recommendations by the first

time. however. : to'solicit magazine ,subscriptions: Income_ Tax Cut I that preliminary study of the Mother's Day 'Near East Aid i branch it.The.of the Legislature to receive -

he heard the girl screaming. Heran Molotoy reply justified an Dieffenwierth
In New York. the American
to the back and saw the girl Bill Will Pass "optimistic reaction among U. other branch generally

Telephone A Telegraph Co., II struggling with a Negro man. He S. officials.' Sermons Set Lieutenant Governor rasps at the total and whittles
aaylng that only about a third Angle
of Its long distance workers were grappled with the Negro who Says GOP Solon Marshall took the initiative in at the measure until it falls below
Former Juvenile Judge James
broke away and escaped. Discovering seeking to break the. year-old the cabinet proposal.

back on the job asked the pub- that the girl was dear!. WASHINGTON [UP Chair- Soviet-American deadlock, over Mother's Day will be observed Dieffenwierth, immediate past [UP] The Then both'Houses name commit-
lIe to, "forego a Mother' Day man Eugene D. Millikln of the president of the Orlando Optimist
Berry called the aunt who was Korea while he was at the Moscow tottey in a majorityof Administration hoped last tees to arrive at a compromise
call. If possible" today. working elsewhere in the grove. Senate Finance Committee Jast I Club was elected lieutenant gov-
conference. and the appropriations bill usually
Meantime three New Jersey and then notified the officers. night predicted defeat for a the city's churches with ernor for the East Florida area., night to convince the United winds up an almost exact carbonS

telephone unions. including: 12.600 Sheriff Bessinger said he arrested Democratic drive to give the community Accident Fatal To appropriate sermons, spe- at the three-day district conven- States and the world that its copy of what the cabinet recommended -

operators agreed yesterday to end II II Berry because althoughthe property benefit to all income cial music and in some tion of Optimist Internationalwhich Greek-Turkish campaign is in the first place. t

their strikes against the New Jersey earth of the orange grove was tax payers beginning July 1. Ex-Businessman 80 instances with programs by youngpeople's was concluded yesterday at I not a declaration of war but just I I f
he could find leading The Colorado Republican said groups. I St. Petersburg. Siam Cabinet Fall Due
Bell Telephone Co. soft no prints I' Several cnurches what it purports! to be-an effortto
plan to honor Dieffenwierth served in the Na-
the direction in which he was confident the Senate William O. Tymeson. 80. of 2516 the oldest and the youngest as lieutenant [ bolster democracy. Ii BANGKOK [API Siam's 31st
vy Junior grade
GirlS Attacked Berry said the ,Negro ran.I' would pass-without any import- ,Sanitarium Ave.. died early todayin mothers present with flowers.Dr. during the war. and since then he Among those wholl need the National Parliament opened yesterday -
ant change-his commitee's bill to Florida Sanitarium and Hospital with the understandingthat
George A. Downs pastor has been engaged In the Smith t
Berry'i clothes were bloodstained nursery most convincing is Rep.
cut personal income taxes by of injuries suffered last night said the Junior of the Government would resign -
department business
a the
and the said this I in Maitland. He was Juvenile -I IR-Wisl. After falling in his fight t
SlainNORRISTOWN. youth when struck by an auto at N. and Premier Thamrong
Brutally I
I $4 billion a year. judge here at the time he
resulted from his tussle with Orange and Orlando Aves. See to persuade his House colleagues I Newasasat name a new one. The
The reduction would scale down Tymeson. retired business- ( Editorial Page 4) entered the service. I Cabinet has been under charges
[ Carol
Pa. API the Negro Sheriff Bessinger re- a Among the 100 delegates attending to kill the $400 million stop-Com
from 30 per cent of the tax on man had suffered fractures of his I of graft and inefficiency since
Thompson 5, daughter of a Lans- the munism Smith said
ported. Berry also said a cut on Sunday School would conduct convention were seven measure :
net taxable Incomes of $1,000 and legs and a possible skull fracture. aMother's August.
dale. Pa., carpenter abducted. other members of the local club: "The bill is and
was his finger had been made by Patrolman R. R. Haines identified Day service at 11 am. a war measure
less to 10.5 cent Income Pres.
criminally attacked and brutally the Negro the Sheriff related. per on the driver of the car as today at the Lucerne Park Baptist W. W.Arnold Vice President from now on we move in. Hysteriahas I
above 302000. I Clyde Huber Robert Dittrich, F. The Weather
slain yesterday. Coroner J. W. With feeling running high in Bunyan Elbert Powers, 47, of 809 ,I Church. Miss Carolyn Murray, 'Cliff Cashion. W. Ernest Vincent. swept over us x x x. They rig-
Democratic leaders conceded superintendent will be in
Rushong reported. Clay St.. Winter Park. Acting Sgt.E. charge.', Russell ged this thing up with red her- ORLANDO AND VICINITY
this small cUy In Florida's citrus passage of the bill. But Hennis and Von B. Mc-
State Police said the girl's there L. Troutman said Powers is beIng I At Miller Memorial Baptist Carty. rings and didn't have the moral II I Partly cloudy with little change
body belt. Sheriff Bessinger removed thought might be a chanceto I' I
held pending further investi Church the Rev. \. D. Jackson I In temperature today and to-
was found in a well six miles add a community property courage-yes, the guts-to tell the
Berry to the Hillsborough county gation. Showers Monday.
amendment.S pastor will preach at 11 a.m. 'Miracle morrow.
northwest of here an hour after jail at Tampa for safekeeping.Dr. on How To Make a Happy I Healer' Cure people that this was really a war I *

she accepted a ride from Home. There will be special I I Claimed Woman I measure."
a stranger I AFL Seeks To End Film by 44
in front of her home. Tug Sinks, Eight j music by the choir. I! PALM But the administration has Cracker Jim Sez:
N. KennedyTo Jurisdictional [UP]
Police asked all authorities to Disputes Both Dr. J. Powell Tucker Mrs. Alvera Arakelian. U, stricken I contended all along, and still I Ever time hit comes Mothers
look for a blond man wearing a Address JayCees Seamen Drowned WASHINGTON [UPI AFL Pres. pastor of the First Baptist Church with -deformative arthritis" since does that economic and military Day I remember how my ma usta
striped shirt no coat and no hat PORT I William Green last night called a and the Rev. Fayette L. Hall,I[ 1941. yesterday claimed "Avak theHealer" help for Greece and Tur- i stay in behin me an dust off my
Was h.
driving a black sedan. Dr. L N. Kennedy. administrator TOWNSEND. conference here britches rite smart like when was
of 12
Tuesday pastor of the College Park Baptist has at least temporarily I key will help to ,
of public relations of the Florida : [UP] Eight seamen were drowned Hollywood' motion picture unionsto Church, are attending the Southern cured her and that she can move rather than jeopardize preserve it. peace caught doin sompui I hadn'toughter

U. S.: Air Hero, Three Game and Fresh: Water Fish yesterday when the 36-ton tug set up machinery for settlement Baptist Convention meeting : her body without pain. I ( She j jest
I W. H. McFadden. en route from of Jurisdictional disputes in St. Louis, but their replacements ; She signed a written testimonialthat : Only small differences exist between believed that
Others Missing on Hop I Commission. is scheduled to speakon : wIthout I strikes. will make reference to the after a 20-minute conversa- I the House and Senate versions sparln the rod
Seattle to New sank
Conservation at the Junior Orleans mys-j j Green hopes the plan will entirely occasion. I tion with the bearded "miracle I of the Greekr.Turkish bill. I was shore to

Cot SAUSBURY. Rhodesia (UP] I Chamber of Commerce luncheon teriously off Dungeness Spit. 15' eliminate the labor strife The Rev. Forbes Fuller professor -i I healer" she awoke and "felt like i Chairman Vandenberg R-Michl, ,, spoil the young- tj
Chesley O. Peterson. Americanair at noon tomorrow in the CofCjBldg. miles west of here. I which has rocked the motion picture of sociology at Stetson University -' dancing." of the Senate Foreign Relations un. in she was a
hero in World War n, was Committee said last night he "saw
I Industry frequently In the tolerable good
Four bruised and bleeding'I will preach at 11 am. at'
missing yesterday on a flight from no insurmountable difficulties in
bodies found floating In an oil I past three years over the Issue of the First Church and Don Mott I Alexandria WelcomesFour hand with a
Salisbury to Dar obtaining I
es Salaam with A veteran Florida conservation an early agreement.
three I slick amid scattered debris within I'a j I which union shall perform what will conduct the 11 a.m. service! switch. She always -
American A
passengers. RAP (U. S. more troublesome foreign
planes left here to search for the ist. Dr. Kennedy has been in the two-mile radius; were recoveredby work.Wrters' at the College Park Church. i Warships policy difficulty between the told me

missing plane.Tonight's employe of the State for 18 years a Coast Guard cutter. Sermons appropriate to the day ALEXANDRIA. Egypt [ U P ] House and Senate involves the that iffen I .
and formerly served as director of Two cutters and a Coast Guard I Testimony will be delivered by the Rt. Rev.I Four United States warships of : General Foreign Relief program. would fear the Lord, and do to

game and fish commission. Pres. emphlblan plane continued the, Msgr. John G. Bishop at each of ,: the Mediterranean Naval Force President Truman asked $350 million -I other peoples like I wanted themto
Movies search for the four missing men I Sifted in Eisler Quiz the six Masses scheduled between: steamed !into Alexandria harbor : for post-UNRRA economic do to me that I wouldn't never

3:S7.BEACHAW S 30. 7:33.Th:36ROXV Fabulotu. Dora.,.. 1:24. Burton Thornal will preside the and remnants of the vessel last HOLLYWOOD [uP The House 7 ajn. and 12 noon at St. James'1! yesterday to the welcome of a aid to Greece Poland. Hungary have no trouble stall Hits goin
Th3.! Pabuloaa Doraeye. 1:2t.CA.MO luncheon. night. I Un-American Activities Committee Catholic Church. At 4 pjn. there salvo of guns. The ships on an Romania. Italy and China. I to be some rite nice weather for

3:27.530.: : : BUU 3 Fair. 3:DO, 4000, .:00.\\ probing Hollywood Communist will be a Mother's Day devotion I informal cruise will stay until The ,Jlouse cut the figure to ,! the church goin folks today.
1:110.: 1000, I links, yesterday studied : Wednesday when they will rendezvous $200 mIllion. but Vandenberg will '*
COLONY: .Th.. Farmer, Damhler. 2.00. U. S. INDICTS GERMAN, ARMY OFFICERS secret session testimony of two [Continued on Page!. CoL 1] at sea with the rest of;' ask the Senate to: vote the full II TODAY'S TIOCSDayton
3.575547:: 91 94* I Read Tk_ Hllb 1133 alft..
GRAND: Danieroua Minimi!, 2015. 4 4070S. screen writers before questioningscreen the fleet for training exercises. amount asked. 1:M p ra". low i.58 a m.. 8 44 pm.
130.. Ghost Oeea Wild 100. : composer Hans Eisler. Truman To Fly Home -- -- -- cocoa Beach Tide. nigh 11,43 alft..
S:50, 10. 10.35. 3:25'1 Field Marshals j I 118pm: .: law 8.08 a m,. S.S' p m
RIALTO: Colorado Srinad. : and Generals brother of Gerhart Eisler. reputed PANEL GETS Poet .
3 37. For Mother's Day I SPECIAL UN PALESTINE SebaMian Tide: Huh 11 3( 5 H113pm
::07. 10 S2. New Sty Goodbye, *1"00, : Communist agent: in America. INQUIRY : .. tow II 03 am.. ':91 p mim .
30: 9 IS PhaM: RIM 3:31: eu 7,03.
VOGUE: That Breanan Girl. 3 45. 7:30.'' Hans Eisler said he will appear WASHINGTON [ UP ] Pres. ,
1110.: Shadow et A Doubt. 200.: S,40. i iJ' 'Accused of Killing Thousands before the committee here tomorrow Truman at 63 one of the nation's : Soviet-U.S. Conflict LOCAL TCMPCMATURES
':20 DRIVE: IN: On Way to LOT, and In WashingtonJune I more dutiful sons, will fly 1,958 Timing Recorded bY C a. Weather Bureau It
CLCRMONT: Abl*'i Irtah Rot*. NUERNBERG Germany [UP] The United States 16.Quake. airline miles today in order to I, Municipal Maximum Airport:IS; Minimum IS
DELANO-DREKA: Down MUmouri Way;I: yesterday spend two hours with his aging 1 am __ e8 J "m __ ___ 513pm
Falcon Adventure.EtJSTIS indicted 12 German Field Marshals and Generals I Balks Holy Land SettlementLAKE 2 am _uh__ ee } 2 pm __h_0_____ aJ
: Nora Prentlu.OROVELAND. Reported on Coast mother. 3 am ___ 6S _______ U
: To Time. Th Flat*. and I IJIIIl. on charges of murdering thousands of non-combatants. Mrs. Martha Truman 94, will I 4 am __ e. 4 Pili $2S
the OlrlHAIVE3 CITY: Anter and the Badmaa.K18SIMMEE. I devastating village- after village in reprisals and packing [DPi An earthquake PALMS.of about Cal.five *I observe Mother's Day in bed at SUCCESS [UP] A UN sub-committee_ voted I :: ===: :: I I S pm -,::-:= $0$26pm

LCESBURQ::. Vacation Th Show In Oft Reno; FAIN: :I Io off hundreds thousands of conquered peoples_ to concentration _nn-I, seconds duration jolted this des- her home in Grandview. Mo. She yesterday to speed a UN inquiry into the Palestine 7 am.m..--- _-_. 111 5eI I I IS I T Pili 'n 3
,. camps and slave broke her hip last February in a > but than three hours nU_____ Pili _
labor. < ert community last night. lem more of debate failed to prob-I I I am un 72 I pm "I"
-- --- ---- fall. __ ___
i The war crimes charges in the --- 10 am un'0 I 10 Pili I'
: indictment Army in the French campaign. I basic Soviet-U. S. conflict over independence for the 11 am _________ 79 II Pili U H_ 5.
19+7 jQay 1947fMi I Telford Taylor.filed U.by S.Brisr.Chief Gen.of Wfichs. who is 65, was an Charter 5s ; A. A. Corcoran Dies at 61 I Land. *t 112 N----------- I 12 m. U H SITEMPIRAT'USCS

[ Jtfwt ,.,. l fcrf" *7JA ff** a&4 Counsel for war crimes. were armored warfare specialist. He .Al JACKSONVILLE [API Arthur The 15-nation subcommittee yesterday in the UN's 55-nation I I (AP CLSCWMEHCWASHINGTON Weather Borea!
r similar to those for which Field was a key commander in Ger- Adams Corcoran. 61, retired Florida was hastily appointed yesterday to political committee. I report temperature for the 34 ItINJ'I
11,121314151617 Marshal Albert Kesselring was many's ppst-Versailles Army of' Service tA'wy ; lumberman and one-time general -,write instructions which UN could The U. S. and Russia continued : ending I p.n :
sentenced to death in Italy by a 100000. was a leading officer In manager and member of the I give to a special UN commission their argument in the subcommittee -'i Aihrrlll Stat* Mi 70 La 34 I, Miami SUtie* Hi LMsi el
: 18 19 20 21 22 23 242526272829JS31 British court last week. But this the marches into Austria and the board of directors of the Wilson I which will investigate the. entire which finally decided to Atlanta 73 45 i Mobil 76 al

'was the first case the United Sudetenland. and was the German W- Cypress Co.. Falatka. died here Palestine problem. refer both Issues to the full political -I AU Btrmlnshaa'ntlc City ST 75 37 41 Mew .Orieani 79 7. ITUontcomerr 4&

States has based primarily on commander In Pol a n do yesterday. Russia insisted the instructions committee tomorrow.The Boston 62 3Bolfalo I New York 61 39
j military charges. France and Yugoslavia. require the commission in pre- committee will be presentedthe 50 26Chaltaoo Norfolk 57 46
It 38 Philadelphia 62 34
1947 June 1947 ""The major defendants are Field., The 10 Generals Indicted are Wire-phone-.35 Whitt 11 Killed in Train Crash paring plans to free Palestine choice of four possible "inde I Chlcaca It C4 30 Pltubunb 59 31

Marshal Baron Wilhelm List and Walter Kuntt. Herman Foertsch, TOLEDO Spain [UPI Thirteen "without delay." The United pendent" proposals, but the basic Cincinnati 63 S9 32 29 I Richmond SL Loula 64 63 38Clebeland 42

AM 944 7b ,...., It* JW frl Field Marshal Maximilian von Franz Boehme. Helmuth Felmy. GRIFFIN 1 : persons were killed and 18 injured, States wanted to leave it up to dispute was over_Um_ Detroit 63 33 San ABtenl 78 MJactwnTille
Weichs. List, known, as the "blitz- Hubert Lanzi. Ernst Dehner Ernst the to 7S 64 8.FraorUeo 67 30Kooxrlll
when mail investigating
I nine critically a fast commission
"* 70 39 Bafaonak 73Uttl 15
1234567 kreig expert was commander-in- I von Leyser Wilhelm Speidel. Kurt ._ ( 'rUfaW train hit a standing local trainat say exactly when the Holy Land fix:: bole. e1rtrlcl lee g"--I Rock* 71 41 I r>; atU* 64 40LM
chief in the Balkans campaign I Ritter von Greitner and Lethar t Yebenes yesterday. Four children -t should be freed. itaf cabinet for talc. Used : Angeles 67 M I'' Tamp 50 63LmjUrlU
and commanded the German 12th Rendulic. See Monday OraBf But, 05 31 Vickfborff 7} 47
were among the dead. These views were sounded first St. UempUta 73 43 Waablattaa 60 3S

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-- f&nrtte Orlando, Florida, May 11, 1947 [ ; ..
; Page 2 Slit? frimbaq < Camporee Mark rT: !; ; ras GM Punishes

I't t i, Mother's Day T Georgia Tech Vets Set by ScoutsWith 450 for RallyDETROIT

Sermons Set 6 :< Struggling To LiveATLANTA record attendance of 445 t ..f'v [API General Motors

Scouts and Scout leaders, one of Corp. said yesterday a total of 450...
the most successful camporees in
K : employes in local plants have been/}
} the of
history the
Central Florida
Continued from Pare 1] [UP] Georgia Tech veterans are selling '
Boy Scout Council was held yes- or are being given disciplinary! lay-
. with a procession by the children their blood, baby-sitting and delivering papers trying to terday and Friday at Doe Lake offs for leaving their Jobs April
:I of St. James' Parochial School I. make those two ends meet on Government subsistence I Camp new Boy Scout camp in a w 24 to attend a labor rally.A .
, and crowning of the Blessed f pay of $65 and $90 a month. Ocala National Forest.It company spokesman! added
Mother as Queen of the May by i They're finding it costs twice that much for the bare took all Friday afternoon and
: the Girls' Sodality.Dr. < part of the night for the 67 patrols however that the corporation has
if they ex- -
; essentials life. So. i representing all parts of i ; # agreed with the UAW-CIO to remind -
Paul C. Carpenter, pastor .pcct to become a "helluva engineer y
1 at C-ntral Christian I the seven counties in the council its action in discharging 15
.j will preach they must resort to odd jobs .
to check in for
., Church at 11 U. n. on The Gospel digging in the savings sock and Seven Elected area council-wide gathering.the annual unionists who were active in recruiting -
of the Family and at 7:30 p.m. letter
::1| an occasional plaintive Winners of the various events rally attendance.
::' on Building Christian homes starting "Dear Mom." I 1 These 15 received long-term
;,< The choir will sing at both The engineering school of "ram- were announced last night by k
services. Scout Executive Harold V. Pace. 1r layoffs ranging as high as 10
: blln' wreckfame has 3.736 Arrow ScoutsElection rAa
who presented ribbon awards at weeks instead of discharge this
.. Two addresses in observance of and about 100 leave every I the
closing others
camporee assembly : source said. Twenty-six received -
'.j! Mother's Day will be given at the term for financial not scholastic yesterday. layoffs up to two weeks.
'!: Central Bible Church by the Rev. reasons. of seven charter members First and second places in the
. 1' Those able to stay are writing The majority of the 450 received -
< Hudson McKee. Irish evangelist \ to the "brotherhood honor"of I packing inspection were earnedby
'i who will preach at 11 am. on The their Congressmen appeals fora the Order of the Arrow Boy, the Owl and Wolf Patrols two-day layoffs that
.j 1 Passover and at 7:30 pjn.. on The 1 lf la boost In the living allowance.The Scout camp honor organization: Troop 19. Mount Dora, while the r ff have already been served.
23d Psalm Brought to Life the single veterans, on $65 a announced Field ;
. was by Executive I Eagle Patrol. Troop 69 placed .t Labor observers were unable to
!i t Rev. Carroll N. Blakeslee pastor, MRS. FREDERICK G. MUR- month have to ration themselvesto John L. Shutt at a meeting of I third. > S recall immediately any similar

j announced. : RAY [above] of Cedar Rapids, one that date the a week girl and won't utter mind a Tiplsa Lodge at Doe Lake Camp Campsite inspection was won as ;1t f m discipline on such a large scale in
.: Reference to Mother's Day will scroll awarded her prayer yesterday. : follows: Flaming Arrow Patrol. recent UAW-CIO history here.
i be made by the Very Rev. Mel- i receives going to a neighborhood movie I I They were Charles Bill of Sea' Troop 36. Pine Castle first: Beaver .S The GM spokesmen said the
ville E. Johnson dean of the in New York yesterday when where the price is 30 cents. I Scout Ship 8, Daytona Beach; Patrol Troop 7, Eustis second, 45r r.r' UAW-CIO had accepted "full re-
.+: Cathedral Church of St. Luke she was cited officially as The Married veterans must swallow Ivan[ Farrens. camping and activities -. and Cobra Patrol. Troop 46, Win- # ; sponsibility" for the walkout
I [Episcopal], at the 11 am. service American Mother of 1947 by their; help pride meet and the ask budget the helpmateto by goingto ; chairman of the West Vo- ter Garden, third. Approximately 13.000 General
I there. AP lusia district; Jim Franklin assistant Food and sanitation ratings
Foundation. [
have been invited to Golden Rule work. Motors employs left their jobsto
: Parents scoutmaster of Troop 26.
were won by Lion Patrol, Troop 2.
of the day Wirephoto]. wife is worth attend the rally in downtown
,;i attend an observance "My definitely Orlando; Bob Grosse and Walter
to be held by the Sunday school more than the $%5 the Govern- Muroskl of Senior Outfit 1. Orlando Cadillac Square.
of St. Paula Lutheran Church at ment allows for her." was the studied the w rk making up the I MERY The called In
p.m. Dr. Branscomb will conduct ; J.J.Llghthlser, scoutmaster IN THE MONTH OF MAY: A high wind swirls. snowflakes rally protest
i 9U a.m. The Rev. O. E. Liden. way Veteran A. O. Daniels of I of Troop 2. Orlando. and Scout ritual. against labor legislation in Con-
marriage service at which the Utica Y. fell
a across street
To date. Shutt is the only coun I in as temperatures
I pastor will preach at 11 am. on Atlanta felt. Executive Harold V. Pace. gress attracted 60,000 demonstrators -
: The Old-Fashioned Mother. congregation members will reaffirm Ex-GI Ellis Pierson Memphis, cil member who has attained this I below freezing in a recent Spring cold snap that hit the upper I., .
marriage vows. Actual induction into the second degree it having been conferred .
: Bouquets will be presented to wants to marry his girl but he part of New York State. NEA Telephoto. - -
Memorial Methodist honor" take ,
"brotherhood will
mothers Reeves on him at Bradenton. where
: the oldest and youngest not can't do it on $90 a month. He has I ,.. ...... .. I
t at the 11 am. service at the First Church will present bouquets place during the Summer after he formerly served as field execu-
spent the year's salary he drew in Orlando, first Fox Patrol, l: trol. 3. Clermont, third. ATHLETE'S fOOTItINGWOItM
: Church. There will be only to the oldest and the young- the seven candidates have tive. : Troop Troop
special Methodist music by the choir and est mothers but also to the one one lump after he got out of a 42. Howey. second, and Rattle-I Fire making and water boiling CDD: ,. ..
I chorus of 20 OHS students with the most children at the 11 German PW camp. Fleetwood D. Peeples Winter Eagle Patrol. Troop 26, Orlando
by a
service. The Rev. B. William Probably the most profitableway Park third. first Atom Patrol, Troop 31, Orlando
I am. ;
Branscomb. pastor will / Lifeboats'
Dr. John ExpectedTo ,SOc.SL" c..:!
I The Home Front and Palmer pastor will preach on to supplement income is leadIng 'Flying In organization and leader- second; and Flaming Arrow At .1 Atka "e :
preach on sell their
veterans to
service will baptize six The Christian Mother. At4 pjn some ship Flaming Arrow Patrol. I Patrol Troop 36, Pine Castle
during the will blood. The price is $25 a pint. Troop 36, Pine Castle rated I third
the Youth Fellowship give a
I and receive 20 persons Make Sea I
Richard Dougherty, Weehawken One-Day Rescue
Into the church. tea for mothers and at 7:30 pjn. N. J. delivered papers for $13 aweek first: Lion Patrol. Troop 2, Orlando i First aid demonstration Flying WHEN
of a Mother's Day drama will be pre- second and Beaver Patrol Eagle Patrol, Troop 50, Pierson.
I I Mother's Continuing Day, the church's sented by the Young Adult Fel from his but studies.it took too much time HOBOKEN, N. J. [AP] Survivors of sea disasters may !, Troop 7, Eustis. thIrd. first; Wolf Patrol, Troop 19, Mount I WILL YOU BE SUED?

: young peoples department will lowship. Henry Pike. Savannah, polled be rescued in one day by "flying lifeboats," which would I leetwood D. Peeples Winter Dora, second, and Bat Patrol of
:I entertain mothers at tea at 5:30 Flowers also will be given to his fellow veterans and found shed their wings on landing and speed over the seas Park served as master of ceremonies -I Troop_!. Eustis third. I See us! forComprehensive
: p.m. with an address by Mrs. the oldest and the youngest they are shelling out $147.11 a powered by a small gasoline engine. I at a which campfire featured program I I II Personal

I P. C. Harrell on Blueprint for mothers at Goss Memorial Methodist month if married, for living expenses Tests on a hull which, will! fly as well as stand up in!a lected Friday skits night by the various patrols.Scouteraft se-! | IF VITAMINS I
Christian Roma At 1:30I' Church where the Rev.John Liability
the .
and $92 61 If single.
will preach at heavy seas have been completed In I I projects were conducted DON'T BUCK YOU UPtry
I'T. Dingley pastor for
Pike Pierson Dougherty and experimental towing tank here I yesterday with the following $10,000 $10.00
I' 11 ajn. on Mother's Bible and at new craft is being developed for
three other veterans Ted Clayton
I 7.30: p.m. on Great Mothers of a spokesman at Stevens Instituteof the U. 8. Coast Guard I results NUXATED IRON $50,000 for $13.50
Garfield N. J.; Allen Smith Jacksonville -
I Let the Johnson the Bible. 1 Fla.. and Walter Smith Technology said yesterday.The A Coast Guard spokesman said I Knot-tying relay. Panther Pa- I ..wh.e....I..TOUT.111,.doctor,... .b.trle..aahrr(!_.Tee a B4tctin kxtMta.u4 Uto-M 1100,000 for litooHall
craft wouldbe
36-foot glider such craft would be of trol. Troop 66 Port Orange first; ." '. If 'Ito"l.. 4.. t a.br..i IrrJfM
A sermon based on the story Covington. Term. summed up towed to the scene of a ship a rescue A'CSITED lAOS te s.lr 1 bald a". fall .d
I of Moses and his mother will be their feelings like this: special value in rescues in frigid I- I .l.r a rKdr bined,r.r hill"d.Nerd bet amr Bros. Agency
sinking or plane crash at sea by a U feel hull wontetuL BUr*M 1 r ATrf
I I delivered at 10:45: ajn. at College "We're willing to even take less plane. It would be cut seas where exposure of victims is IRON ilhlsti fur lulu avhU.. GI.. thm a.furtrial. j 112 N. Orange TeL 5189
GRASS / Park Methodist Church by the if we could live on it but we actually power loose and glide to a landing a critical factor in saving them. : Did Stomach Ulcer Pains But a.a oolj u dlnetnl: M th* Ubd.FREE .

pastor the Rev. G. E. Graden.At need more. We don't want Then the wings and tail wouldbe
Concord Park Methodist any handout but feel that spend- jettisoned, and the lifeboat SONGWRITERS'POEMS I Make Jack Spratt Eat No Fat?
Church. the Rev. William M. ing money to educate veterans is would be powered by a gasoline I Modem day "Jack Spratts" who eat ON ANY CARr
: WHIP Irwin pastor will preach at 11 a sound investment in the nation's engine. WANTED AT ONCE no fat because of distress of stomach or All this weeK-Mot L) Analyzer Test-Brake Test-FrontStoring
ajn. on The Great Faith of Just future." The plane would remain ulcer pains. Indention gas pains End Examination.- Gear Checkup-All Chassisn
and will join with power Send Your Poems Any Subject heartburn. burning sensation bloat and Check-Estimate o Body and Paint Work-Drive in-
One Woman in the area to direct the for Immediate Examination and other conditions caused by excess acid t. it is aU Free.
DOIT I.ste" eta Robert Stannah and Wayne G. Cotton Millers To Meet lifeboat to survivors. FREE BOOK "Your Future in should try Udga Get a 25c box of ,
Thompson to sing I Saw My Besides the pilot the craft : Udca; Tablets from your druggist First I S TI .!'ERS-PONTIAC
ddl. u suyue Baptism and DAYTONA BEACH [APJ The SonCWT tln( i dose must convince or return box to us
Mother Kneeling. Cotton Manufacturers Assn. of would be manned by a medical RADIO CITY MUSIC ACADEMY I and get DOUBLE YOUR MONEY I n w COLONIAL PHONE 2-!310ltewiYtt
i reception of members will take Georgia will open its annual convention officer to care for survivors. The 1671 Broadway. New York 19. N T I BACK. Adv.

... place at the service. at the Sheraton Plaza Ho- -
A **ry MM tort s..4 I taWttg ua The Rev. O. C. Howell. pastor i
mod wlUMl toovtae. Ill s tma** 4t*. tel here Thursday. Preparationsare .
... t..... .... stag 1Me M $ ... .. a will preach at Walker Memorial i being made for about 400 mill
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t 4 char* wttk wBWTOO r Methodist Church at 11 ajn. on
M Ilk* a pit dmk. Nw ...*.. executives.
The True Mother and at 7:30: p.m.
.nfakk srW r.1. w b.Mae4M feI
a........ Mvr &!IDa...pry y.u back.Pe4. on Respect for Parents. .
I I Wanted: A Home is the topic on Eunice Mother of Timothy.The -'"' :' -: ,

JOHNSON 50 chosen by Dr. Marshall C. Dendy Rev. Wilma Constable, -.._ < .
** of the First Presbyterian pastor will preach at the :First --- "ii-:
; 1'. 0. BOX M* Church for his sermon at the Unitarian Church at 11 'am. on of : : 'tf:; \ 'r ,
Ir zy ro a v. x. a. t inn chrb ar 11 ajn service there. What Shall We Teach Our Chil Number QUALITY FEATURES .
_aatnrt 74Ul as c.o.D.'. I At the Reformed Presbyterian dren. Miss Muriel Devin will.sing .

Prt.. ._ ..... MdrIaIDIJ' Church the Rev. Alvin W. Smith I accompanied at the organ by t ', (" ,.....'l,... ." r

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ORLANDO. FLORIDA AFL Seeks, Votes SEAMEN CO4W) Moral Re-enforcement

PttbHih.4 mk. N e w YWl D7, Fourth: July Lab : Urged
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Orlando DiUjr Newspapers. Inc. at 231iouth Orans Ave.. By DREW PEARSON By JOHN BRANSCOMB E I
frlando. ri*. WASHINGTON The APT executive council For Orlando School System
teid 'S .on4-eUM natter at the Pest Office atttlando. endeavored to win over a few Senatorial votes by I Mother's Dayl! Dr. Frank Boreham walked in the worthiness and dependability of motherhood .
riortda under 1M Act of March 3d. ISTt.'TELZPUONE.Afl
staging a private dinner: at the Carlton Hotel the through the fields of his Australian community that when He would initiate His Kingdom He entrusted Editor The Sunday

Departments lflSubacripUoB I Other night. Probably not many votes were a little baby to Mother's arms. and Sntine-St
Prte Sunday Only taoa Psr Yr. I I with a desire in his heart to findan inspiration fora would appear that our school
changed but the debate wu healthy for all Mother's Day sermon. Passing through an area waited. Strickland Glllilan left his poetic pew and i I

AI.S-AMMSMN, PUIUWIW HtniV BALd,Earroaui Dwcrrac ATI* Pres.: Bill Green led off the informal aldes'l I of cage grass that had been swept by fire he discovered came over to the Amen Corner and emphasized the system needs some sort of moral

owl CAWTWM. GIN. MM. MAHCH T. Uvtmci Aw. Dm.Z cussion by telling Senatorial guests what he thought the charred remains of an old hen destroyed Importance of a mother with a baby In her arms in : re-enforcing when it comes to de-

W. UNITY, But. MM. ROUST' F. Wurn Cuss Mu. was wrong with the Hartley-Taft by the flames and turning it over witha a little poem. Listen. I cisions. This backing down on

Loan AMMBSIM, MAMMUM Eft Noway COMSOMMI, SIC. TMAS.Uuu Labor BilL George Meany. AFL .. stick he found her brood of chicks under her God made the streams that gurgle down the the shifting of the school principals -

HAMILTON, Cm. Mes R. T. Mini. Tm. Sm. secretary-treasurer and George wings. She might have escaped herself, but with purple mountain-side; I by the Board of Education

W. UMMOH. Cnr ClIo Mu. Cimin MIMIM. Pius Stirr.Mtm Bates. AFL bricklayers boss. sup the protective maternal instinct so large within He made the gorgeous coloring with which the after it announced its intentions

r .f ne AtMclate4 Frtss ported h"V and asked Senators her. she chose rather to stay and perish with her sunset's dyed; shows lack of real courage.If .
1s Associated. Press Is #xcluiivtly enUled why they felt such a tough crack- babies. Maternal love runs the gamut of life. lie made the hills and covered them with glory; I the board is afraid to remove
to th us* for rt-publicauon of aUew
\ dispatches accredited to it or notUterwiM down on labor was necessary. Evidences of it are discovered in all areas of God's and He made one or two principals from the
. accredited: in this paper and e Liberal Senators present. Including creation. The Sparkle on the dew-drop and the shifting system because of inefficiency that 1

bo the local news published herein. Murray Mont.], Taylor shine and shade. I is thing, but if it Intends to
Ul rights for re-publication of special man Italian museum one can see a petrified one cide to get out of a parked car and
Uspatches herein are also reserved. [Idaho]. Kllgore [W.Va.1 and body and on close examination it is discoveredthat Then seeing that He needed but a crown for all I mae a general change every few swing their door without
Pepper [fbi. an Democrats ret.t. there earth's charms fo the good of the system open
'AGE 4 MAY 11. un are two bodies one being a woman and with In that is another and I believe once looking, about six feet in front of
plied that they opposed the crack- the other a crippled child. This Interesting body He made a little woman a baby her arms I
the board members have made the oncoming [Sometimes I
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downs. Conservatives by t ca.
4 found in
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TODAY'S THOUGHTS Wash.], Ferguson Mich. and ;!" &.::" !, ", the hot lava from the He made the arching rainbow that Is hurled decision the order should stand. wish I had an old truck]. Thereare
Speak to the earth. and it shall teach thee_ volcano ML This idea of a few pressure groups
Cordon Ore.], all Republicans. Pearson Vesuvius In the 79 A. D. The across the sky; many too who don't think
year woman likely things is a bit tiresome.
Job 12:8. Insisted that "something had to could have saved herself had she traveled alone He made the blessed> flowers that nod and smile ring In't. it about. time we take a firm their ca I parked If they are

be done to atop strikes" and that Congress was but taking her crippled child in her arms she as we go by; std or move out for those who sitting in It. and who pull u and
When I would recreate myself. I seek the darkest "will of the she
cnly executing the people. was unable to travel fast He made the ban-room beauty as sways with with "no sign
enough and they both wI park a
wood. the thickest and most interminable and parkc'
"You can't stop strikes by legislation. broke queenly E. M. J.
perished. This protective and sacrificial love of grace \ right in front of them got
to the citizen most dismal swamp. There is the In Dan Tobin AFL teamsters' boss. "We didn't I mother is found in the lower kingdoms of life and But sweetest of them all he made the lorelight those who park on an angle where

strength the marrow of Nature*-Thoreau. have a single strike in my organization until you with increasing degree in the human realm where in the face Orlando Branded only parallel is allowed because

passed the Smlth-Connally Act. It'. poor psychology women created in the image of God, possess the That bends above a baby warding off all earth's Dangerous for Traffic they are in a hurry or there asn't
The Day Is Mothers' Day to pass drastic legislation like that. It causes attitudes of God toward their children. alarms. room (or was there?! to back in
IT GETS under our skin and more work stoppages than it prevents." Like the law of gravity, motherhood has unI- God bless the little woman with a baby in her Editor The Sunday Sentinel-Star: Of course everybody must look out

SOMEHOW upset and angry to hear "Well, what do yon tartest as an alternative"asked versality. A Chinese woman during the long years arms. "1!i Today is the Cay-the 7th of I traffic.for their car sUck out into
Oregon's Cordon. "We have a problem The universal love of motherhood is the May. I gotta get some things off
about the approach of Mothers' Day each of the war had four babies and each was born in same my chest.I And we have lots of drivers whodon't
that has to be solved. What does labor lurrestT"BW the world over. Hers is a spirit that cannot be
Green replied that Woodrow Wilson had \\ / 7/h measured in material values. Men have come toI I see by the papers that we havea <1 seem to know that their cars
year.We insult / school for auto drivers. It would i have brakes. They drive with their
think almost an to set aside
stopped a strike wave by naming a public-manage the place where we put commercial value on almost
horn and a "look out here I come"
seem to me that It should be a i I
nly) one day in which to honor the wonderful : ment-labor [
committee to study "Industrial unrest" everything under the sun. There are preacherswho wonderful success if just about attitude.
women who brought us all into the in his administration. This committee made a survey are classified according to salary. There are I 75 per cent of the people who sit ]I I don't want to forget the increasing -

world: 'taught us the paths to tread and of the entire country Green said after whichit workmen who watch the clock and their paychecks.We behind the whtel of Orlando can number of peoplewho

helped us along them. sat down and wrote a report for Congress, with hear the expression in the realm of business were to attend and Just must drive next to the

We think it slighting to flaunt our love, legislative recommendations. "I' that a man can sell his personality. But what of find out how to drive a car. How i' center line of the road even if the
"Labor they ever got a driver's license road was 500 feet wide. And many
would welcome an invesUgation like the law of compensation in the realm of mother- I
thanks and devotion for one short day and that now based on fair-minded findings, with all I'i one of seven wonders of the world,i, times at low speed, forcing otherdrlverstopassontherlghtOrget "
then allow the mothers of the world to hood.There :,
sides represented." declared the AFL leader. Is no wage and hourschedule for mother's It only proves that the Uce
side quietly with their hopes, their dreams, 1 work. There is no time and a half rate when' doesn't mean a single thing-except I into the path of traffic in the op

their faith and their ambitions for their Green then charged that enactment of the ( mother bums the midnight oil at the bedside of a $1.Day after, day the big majorityand ;r pit Ytl direction-I sincerely hop that the

progeny. Taft-Hartley Bill would set up a system of "gov- sick child. There is no minimum wage below [ I mean itl go out on the I 75 cent who in one oran

The world has become so fast a moving ernment by injunction. John L. Lewis who has which a mother will refuse to serve a prodigal son. : streets and- highways either not : pr these classes will attend the '

lace and we are so busy with inconsequential had some recent experience with Injunctions perk- ; There is no ceiling to a mother's sacrifice. A mother 1 knowing what to do and where to driver's school and learn how to

matters that this sad situation is true ed up at this. In fact, he perked up like a fireman will sleep soundly with all kinds of noises about I get to do It,.or not giving a whoop drive and how not to drive.
answering an alarm. a different part of the country because the little her but the slightest turn of the baby will bring her just as long a they get by.I I a believe it might do some

almost literally., "It Is necessary to cope with the economic and family was driven farther and farther from home to her feet, alert and ready. This uncalculating. have reference to those who go if some $25. $50 and

And today is the day set aside-not by social ills of this country first before, you can I by the awful ravages of war. The oldest of the service; such as mothers render is the essence of pull over to the far right of the $100 fie3 were meted out for some

{oving sons and daughters, but by commercial remedy the conditions that lead to strikes" rumbled four said to her mother one day "Isn't it wonderful the saving of God which will preserve our world for street and then make a left turn, of traffic violaton. Anybody -

interests-for us to pay full devotion the bushy-browed mine leader. "What we ,,, that although all of us were born'in different us. sometimes without even a signaL behind the whel a car
how to drive it
In the same category are those ought to know
to our mothers-to everybody's need is an adjustment of living costs and wages parts of the country' we all can call you mother." The State of Virginia is often referred to as who drive tp the center or past i right. Wrongly driven a car is ai

mother. instead of an anti-strike bill. Amen 1 "The Mother of Presidents." It is significant that the center and then tu right. i i killer and should be treated as

The day would mean so much more had Green asked if the Senator wanted to bring In my musings in the Amen Corner I founda "Mother's Day" originated in Virginia about 40 Particularly maddening the one such. There is a lot more to driving -

it been the conception of a group of children back "government by injunction. picture entitled "Mothers Around the World" years ago. When motherhood is revered and I who pulls up to the crosswalk line a auto than twisting the
But is "No, we are not anxious to bring it back." which depicted a Chinese mother with, her babyin honored when an atmosphere prevails in which on the right side of the street tomake steering wheel and it's about time

-young or grownup. today asserted Louisiana's Ellender. a strong supporterof her arms an 'African woman with her baby good homes develop, when men forsake not the : a left turn, thereby holdingall : something was done to put everybody -

Mothers' Day-the one 24-hour period each the Taft Bill "but we need some such power i clinging to her an Indian woman with her papoose law of their mothers such is conducive to the development -:1 traffic behind whic might be I straight on it.There are hundreds -

year which belongs to mothers, so let's te deal with emergencies. Strikes that affect strapped to her back a Mexican mother embracing of great men. It is a Joy to us to know going though or of so-called drivers here

make the most of it in expressing our love public health and welfare particularly those I her child an American mother holding her tiny trfit! America pauses on the second Sunday in May I Ten are the hordes of I who. I am sure do not know what
[so-called] who make is the hight thing to do.
and our thanks. that occur: In public utilities have got to be baby close, and in the center ol the picture was of each year to salute Motherhood. This day has effort no I Orlando stands
to be prepared to stop at my opinion
stopped by Injunction famous and the Child. become thoroughly established in I I
"Madonna American
or some other means. Raphael's our I traffic lights should they change. i to Los Angeles the most
rlando Acquires Two Real Salesmen Whatever the means, they have Imply cot to be Around the world. the same. A Mother with a tradition, and we pray that it shall continue and They will run the red light many dangerous city in the a country to

OF THE most enthusiastic salesmen stopped." Baby. That is the symbol of life. We find it every. abide through the years. ,!' times 50 to 100 feet-couldn't stop I'drive.

rpWO JL AFL General Counsel Joe Padway sharply disputed where. a bird feeding her young in the nest a My mother, gone these 33 years, gave me a if they wanted to at the speed theygo. KINO FORRADAY.
Orlando and Central Florida everhad this. He said the nation already had enough chicken covering her baby chI ks with her wings lot ere she slipped away. "She built no great Oh wel'sometime somebodyelse : -

have thrown themselves wholeheartdly "law on the books" to deal with labor troubles. in nature in the animal kingdom in the human cathedrals that centuries applaud, but with a grace will through on the 'Noisy Dancing Schools'

into helping Our Town grow. "You may condemn the National Labor Rela family and yes. in the divine family we find the exquisite, her soul cathedraled God." And so as I 'green and the ambulances will Office Worker
Annoy Weary
'They are a pair of retired Generals- tions Act. the Norris-LaGuardia Act and other protecting sacrificial lore so wonderfully: expressedin go to the Amen Corner today I will be wearing a whine. These same kind of pests

George Brett and Edwin J. House. laws as Inadequate and unfair." explained Padway \ maternity. Ma.tel1lallove speaks with universal white flower in my lapel but in my heart there will : run the stop signs to. admitI I Editor.I Te Sunday to know Sentinel-Star we:
think there
When we say these former topflight "but I submit that these laws haven't had a chance'to accent. Someone said GOd couldn't be every- be a radiant red rose in tribute to her whose living signs in the city are, t at many the most stop r have to lk with these 1.h1

Air Corps fighting men are retired we prove themselves because they have been in j where so He made mothers." God believes: so much presence will sit in the Amen Corner with me. I senseless places.sme but atfer all"stop" dancing schools., They noi
abnormal tunes. I -- just what it j noisy you caOt come home froma
ean in a military way. Both of them reuse "By abnormal' WASHINGTON TREADMILL says- hard the office and relax
times I mean first a depression i or should. I observe all of them day -
to loaf along on their Army pensions.Gen. then a war period and now a post-war period all myself and have many times had I I and hear your ow radio o

Brett is selling insurance and dong of which have created special problems and condi- cars pull up on the right of me or read or even go to bed early. .

r a bang up job of it, while Gen. House tions for labor and management." A Consolidated Policy? the left and go through with, no I Illht distance Just glare and at you you can from hear a

ladling real estate and showing many of AFL bosses are not kidding themselves that effort at stopping. t reat music and noise for two

he old timers at that game what it takes they changed any votes, but hosts and guests There have been "no left tu"siins blocks. It's impossible to go to

:o move property. agreed that the interchange of Ideas was worthwhile By FlANK A. KENNEDY est public benefits would accrue adjust rents and alleviate hard- on the traffic light and pave- bed and get any rest or sleep ifyou're

and should be continued In the future. (Our Washington Correspondent] If the State of Florida were permitted I ship cases without the cumbersome ment at Church and Garland for not feeling well or tired.
Called to to San Antonio and theno out of
on fly Yesterday curiosity
Note-Other,guests included Arthur WASHINGTON-The two big procedure of appeals to week It's very nervewracklng. So what
Capper and to the tract for '
: Washington on a civic task, they both Clyde Reed [Kansas), Pat McCarran and natural gas companies, United and develop regional and thence to Washington i at that corner for 30 minI shall we do?

umped at the opportunity to be of service. Malone Nevada], Lister Hill and John George Southern, which are fighting for park recreational. purposes. OPA headquarters.The utes I and counted 29 left turns. The people on Lake Ivanhoc
Sparkman i Almost one a And all but
Ray Paschall of the Coast Line arranged [Alabama], Theodore Green [Rhode Island! and operating certificates covering The board retorted that the current House proviso one were mute. licenses.A stopped the boat but races because the it
annoyed them
Orage' they are
Olin North Florida. Mississippi Alabama government wasn't getting enough deals only with outright decontrols -
their jaunt and the Generals must have Johnston [South Carolina stranger driving in our city can same people that bring their little
and the
Georgia Carolinas
for its and specified procedure
money. a
thought they were back in the Army so I I be occasionally excused, but there Marys and Billys to d
gradually are complying with the I Holland supplied the clincher. almost bothersome the nci
little Case of man bites dog: Mayor William B. Harts- a a is for those who live school and annoy every
sleep did they get. They left Or- procedural requirements of the He disclosed that the reservation original OPA setup. i eexce
ando with Dr. J. Rocher Chappell, didheir field of Atlanta has written Bob Allen praising his Federal Power Commission.The I I originay' cost the Government I'I'I Price's experience with his rent here.The streets and alleysare around there.
chores in San Antonio book "Our Fair City. Most Mayors writhe in Southern's proposed $25 and that a profit of amendment is a fair example of !,I one-way Raymonc
all marked.
jumped few but are plainly
agony at Bob's critical diagnosis, but the Mayor million development is covered in I I! $97.000 wasn't a bad even : why few members like to be pin-
another plane for Washington. and went of Atlanta two FPC dockets the dea I I But it dos't seem to mean a sin- : Orlando Rail
; said: "Every city needs a calm. factual separate ; it took 100 years ned down on pending legislation Crossings
hrough; a heavy round of appointments i survey made by someone unaffected by local pride I United's application in one docket Presumably the WAA Board capitulated in advance of the final roll calL I gle five thing.cars, all Yeesterday bearing a I noted I Found Rough on Autos '
or with a cost estimate of $57 before the Floridians had If a Senator a Congressmanbarges Jcens.
there. propaganda. Beautiful Brazilian or II ,
Ambassadress entering and going Editor.The Sunday Sentinel-Star
million. Each concern is preparedto I time to ask: "What other surplus into print with unqualified -
Dr. Chappell reports "both of these Martins was fit to be tied after sitting intervene in the other's docket. alley between the Brass RU and I do hope someone will read thl
property have boys handled opinion legislation he I
you on ,
'ellows on the newly gilded chairs at the Mexican any Jackson's Sport Shop. drivers that can do something about
are super-salesmen. At San Antonio -, Embassy According to attorneys familiar that can show a dime's profit to risks great the : I i.I
knew the dinner for Pres. Aleman. Her luxurious evening I with FPC practices, the first formal embar&ment i : : probably wanted tc turn left do know Orlando has
: they entire top side of the the taxpayers? ( measure by '
nilitary personnel and treated like gown had been flown to Washington from Paris. ruling may come in the formof I *' I(I bomes 1 distord he at Orange so they court a wreckby roughest railroad crossings of anyplace
were After the dinner the order for consolidated amendment going through the alley wrong I in Florida.
gown was striped with gold i an a Sponge must vote roll call
ng-lost brothers. It was the same in .ottsThe counted 14 I We all take interest hi
paint Wise-cracked Secretary of the Treasury docket. The same attorneys forecast case of reversing his earlier stand. No way. I cars going an our
ashington. Every place we went in the John Snyder after sitting on the freshly gilded 'i one of the mightiest struggles tion against the Florida sponge amount of expostulation will con- I nor on Paett St.. a plainly cars to keep them nice looking but

entagon the Generals bumped into old chairs of the Mexican Embassy: "No wonder Pres. before the FPC in a decade because indust. presented to the House I I vince the folks back home that "oe-way" south. I the are torn up from having to

ddies who just couldn't do enough for Aleman came to us for a loan. Even our rears the commission is unlikely: War Means Committee last his apparent switch was an honorable And they pass at intnecUon cr these rough tack.And you
are -t't out of
gold-painted to,grant both applications in toto. perhaps has finally I decision. Just as though they c go any
hem. Democrats are gleeful over The public Interest will determine ed the wavering the country where there were no tow withot crossing tem
Orlando is fortunate to have these two three straws in the wind: I, Democratic victory the outcome. I the reciprocity trade treaty tt I I Tough Road For cross-streets. II Won't someone Ho
in Chicago; 2. Charleston. W. Va.. went I Rrer Then have in great numbers i about them?
enerals as residents. They liked Our Democrat From an engineering stand must be overhauled wholesale. the record. Rep. we
for the first time in 28 3 Rgers. prop- the drivers [?1 who, suddenly de- A TAXPAYER.
years; A Republican
own enough to want to live in it. Now point the controlling element Pepper and Holland Rep. Pe sition to make -
hat residents won In the 2d District of Wiscon will be the delivery of the big urn of Lakeland, and a Tarpon redemption of GI terminal leave
they are they are doing sin by a scant 800 votes. Last November a Republican gas pipes from 26 Inches downto Springs delegation attracted the bonds has become a distinct THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
verything they can to help us grow. was elected by 29,0001! eight inches. For the giant biggest turnout of committee partisan affair.

steel tubes some mills cannot members which the current hear- The Fort Lauderdale Congress-

:RACKER POLITICS promise delivery before 1950.- ings have attained in week It man's petition to force a vote on Dr. Gilroy Stresses Struggle
B which should give the gas company was a black and white : the issue contains only 90 sig
lawyers and the FPC plenty vealing the falacy of theoretical nature of engreamen-le than
of time to determine the reciprocity, as compared to the' half the 218. The petitionis Moral
public interest. practical application of the law. not a public document, and Against Degradations

nother Political Truce Seen The United-Southern tussle for The Florida contingent apparent House rules forbid its rlea until
: the virgin territory has arousedthe supplied the spark to explode the majority figure names tj WILLIAM E GILROY. D. D.

keenest interest within the congressional hostility to have been signed. Individual Con- Scripture: I Kings 18:20, 21, 30-39

)J B, ALLEN MORRIS had supported the Governor when Lee's Florida Congressional delegation.The the reciprocity act. :Igressmen I may reveal whether or All through the Old Testament runs the story of theconflict

[Our Tallahassee Correspondent] he regarded the Executive's Ineligible salary to, constitutionally was members have supreme confidence Few if any Congressmen quarrel' not they have signed the petition between true worship and the worship of idols-the
TAlLAHASSEE-Another sign run or serve. .I in the power commission with the reciprocity theory, when I, but they cannot disclose the
f the political truce here could recommendations as sound.- The Supreme Court ruled something that can't be said real reciprocity is achieved to the names of other signatories. Nevertheless moral and intelligent worship of a Supreme Being and the

detected in the meeting of'two Caldwell told 1"ra.sertha from unanimously with Caldwell and about some other Federal outfits.A i mutual benefit of all contracting it has leaked out that only superstitious bowing down to wood and stone.

len regarded Statewide as antag- this test he had been "reasonably Gay and Fraser claiming he fair field and a fair fight seem 1'r nations. The business of all give a handful of Republicans have I Among the Hebrews God was a growing and develop-

nists since their battle over the helpful." had been fouled out on a in prospect with no recourse to I and no take, however, has cropped signed up. i l ing conception. Yet in the most<

?omptrollershlp.Sen. The conversation then drifted to technicality, at once announced political pipe lines. up to frequently: to keep Con It equally is well known that distant tunes, and to the dimmest
I I not true of few. These
Edward O. Fraser Mac- pending legislation with Fraser his candidacy for the office in I gress quiet much longer Tan the Republican leadership [trulymaintaining perception the worship of God a saints werehumble
I and lowly the
lenny nurseryman suppress- voicing the belief some new tax next Spring's Democratic: primaries. Profits By Blackjack Sens. Springs sponges yet may superlative party i 1 I was related to man's moral nature The Lord reminded
his i and Holland and credit for discipline] has the wordto I great prophet.
d curiosity over the would be necessary to cure the Pepper Rep. mopping up the loose pasted and I spiritual welfare. I mood of
weekend after receiving a note apparent r Sikes of Crestvjew virtually black- theories about trade, sign no discharge petitionsat depression -
treasury I The
deficit Caldwell-Fraser
resulting reciprit i I
meeting It boldly noble conception following his great victory
was a
tatlng Gov. CaldwelV would at from the additional jacked the WAA Review Board Into and for hypoc- all-a catchall edict designed
"laser's convenience, like to talk $18 Vi minion to $20 million load of .significance considerable for it political accepting the State of Florida's.' racy from a lot of State Department to take the curse off the party I in which man dared to say aagtt the prophets of Baal the
was concrete that he made in the image that there were 7.000 who
1th him. bid. $100,000 for the valuable Live policies. member who have avoided was su
Caldwell opened that conver- year evidence by of the a new policy of conciliation I Oak Naval reservation near Pen- 'I I signing the Rogers petition.All I and likeness of God had not bowed the knee to Baal
Governor-a i I
ation in the Executive Office by With the hope of getting which if it had existed in policy sacola. according to followers of Price's Mangled AmendmentThe the veterans orgation That was Intelligent faith and Why were the people
tying a mutual friend had sug- Caldwell's ideas the Senator i would have spared the the past I the negotiations.Some rent control bill, as passed now have learned of spiritual darinR. It was man reasoning idolatory when their relgiu heritage -
ested the Senator felt he was named two sources now untapped State much entire 1 private offers topped the by the House contained an original can quarantine against the GT that was best in ought to
without standing there-that his by the State and asked the Insiders controversy. State bid. and the board at first ::' idea espoused by "home bonds. Another grass roots campaign : himself, and setting before himself true? For precisely the same reason -
convinced Pce.
ecommendatlons on State mat- Governor if he would veto a tax could have are avoided the Caldwell I scoffed at the Florida entry, holding rule for landlords,"- had be-i i: involving the local posts in worship and devotion all that people turn to false gods

ers affecting Baker and Clay on either. toil of the 1945 backbreaking that the taxpayers would be come s mangled in the Banking i i: and commanderles. is in the that he wished to become. I and false ways today. I was the

ounties would not be consfdered.If "That is the responsibility of 'when his program had session to be : harmed the highest private ten- I'. and Currency Committee that the :, mak. A similar'' drive forced Wherever men had this concep- 'I'line of least resistance.It .

the Senator held this belief the Legislaturereplied CaldwelL muscled through the Senate der were not accepted. :i Jacksonville Congressman felt the'orllal Rogers bill last tion of God no matter how dimly was the way to indueceand
pledged CaldwelL he wanted "Fm not telling the Legislaturewhat .he had been willing to unbend, if 'I' Florida members argued in turn I: compelled to vote against the i I year. be interesting to I they perceived it. and even though immoral

Fraser to accept his word such to tax-but It is not my then to equally proud men. [That that the valuable tract would pass [.I whole bill, anyway. 1 note who wn this time-the veterans I their lives were marked by ignorance heathen rites had licentious and .
was not the true situation. present intention to veto any tax muscling incidentally, destroyed ;I to private exploitation if the WAA : More than a year ago. Price or tough and cohesive and sin they were lifted toward sexually degrading aspects. Wen .

Caldwell said their differences law." politically at home some of the had its way. I I intruce a bill to create local I i Republican leadership in the :: something better.It Ire turned to idolatory .
ere over matters of politics and The two men had been cast in 11 i lawmakers who bore the brunt of They Insisted that the great- ', bards review which could ,. House. I II was the faith that marked a forsaking of their religion -

:udgment and neither had the role of antagonists after the the anti-CaldweU attack. I'I'i I Abraham. Iaac. and Jacob, even but a moral descent.
reached the personal or officialJendshlp Governor appointed C. M. I A be of I retirement if there ,. unworthy episodes What does all this mean in
Gay. reasonably: well authenticated ported this to Caldwell. who 1 grave indeed a time system and provide a Ime of today? The idols and
which exists in the Orlando to dunI in their behavior It was,terms
succeed the late J. account of those !
M.I times make the
may be agreed to friendly gesture tightness.The fund to wipe out the liability different, but the allurements 1.
itt. nor had Fraser's constl- Lee mont andit images are
about them
as State Comptroller. Fraser. summed thus: i of calling in these Senators I I the noblest thing
mt-s suffered. He said highway t who had polled 90,000 votes I\, Sen. N. Ray Carroll of lOs for a discussion of the State's matter is stated in this which the State assumed for prior is this that makes them worth and the moral degra

Snstruction. for example had against Lee In 1940 and regarded I II slmmee, one of the first men in problems. letter of reply: from State Auditor : service credit. remembering.Contrast I dation are the sae.
een continued without break. I himself therefore as having Florida I I with this the pagan : Every daily paper a* Its newscolumns
one I to urge Caldwell's caniI + Willis inquiry from "Heretofore the State
pith several projects now under- leg, on the prize asked the State I dacy I for Governor came up to j A warning from Sen. W. Turner Bran: t an ha and his grotesque and ugly: objects -: reflect the moral so-
ray in Baker and Clay. D been providing only a sufficient and religions life of our
Democratic Committee .for the j Tallahassee a week ahead of the Davis of Madison about a shortage the present time I of worship. Could any morally cal
-I expect to deal and I wteWJ. amount of funds to the how much of pa-
short-term nomination.You 1945 session to see what he could I in the State Teachers' Retire the State is delinquent pay retirement se. spiritually intelligent being tme rYal
fairly with yon and with your may recall the committee ,i do to smooth the legislative path ment Fund has. because dollars the Teachers benefits of the teachers in the fact that he was I our midst
I I to
people declared CaldwelL voted to put only: Fraser's name |for the new chief. j I are plentiful now fallen upon deaf 'I contribuUon System by about who are now on actual retire made In the image of his idol? And it true, a it was of old.
Fraser assured the Governor on the general election ballot but I I I Carroll talked to a number of :'ears here. I and million dollars. a, ment. Yet in spite of that cotras. that sin seeks out individuals andpple
hat he. too felt. there was nothing Caldwell after appearing first to i i the Senators who had supported Davis: however points with one-h has not lived up to "The records of the Teachers'Retirement : and the glory of their False gods and false wor-

wrsonal ecord in, and pointed to his voting accept this decision ignored the other candidates for Governor, in-1 truth to.the fact that while theState's the letter of the law. Section System indicate that I p1phet the people often turned i, destroy us a surely a
ions of the Senate of both ses- I election. He reappointed Gay and : chiding Sen. W. A. Shands of i: failure to keep up its 23811 121, Florida Statutes 1941i the teachers have contributed $5.- ,'I God of their fathers to they destroyf of old unless the

ion in the Caldwell admlnistra- (I contended Fraser as a holdover I Gainesville and lenind these ready j payments easily could be corrected i i regarding its agreement to match 292411.07 to the retirement sys.J worship graven images and to I go 1 in u prevails over
proof of his I I
statement he I Senator who had voted to raise I to forget the past._Carroll re-.. now, the situation might 'the teachers' contributions to the I tem a of June 30, 1948." practice idolatrous rites. This Is ev _,. .
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shoulder the responsibility for the Orlando, Florida, May 11, 1947 Efc gntibait. &rnttarltar 5
Honor Page
Bomb Balloon French Rule Fall SeenInFoodCisis I food shortage.

new angle in the deterio-
scantiness of food supplies and J
Churchill For'Liberation' rating German food situation was Increasing tension in the Ruhr CrtnJ FbrUa-t Ur p .t ObMtatar N OfflM Eldp..t
disclosed as leaders of Ruhr mine and would retard vitallyneededcoal '

Launching Site Found [ workers defeated a proposal by Rudolph production.Amelunxen. minister- I' r SPECIAl THIS WEEK
left-wing unionists to call a two- -
president of North-Rhine-West I
PARIS [UP] The French BERLIN rAP Responsible Brit- day strike of 300,000 coal minersto phalia which includes the Ruhr I "Air Flight" Circulator
OTSU IBARAK PREFECTURE, Japan [UP] Dis-, ,Government yesterday honored \ ish officials 'expressed the fear protest food shortages. was understood to have told Lord' t 542 35

covery of a score of concrete lined sites in isolated ravines I Winston Churchill with the yesterday that a number of municipal Union representatives attending Pakenham. British parliamentary FLOOR TYPE FANS '
Medaille Militaire. its administrations in large meeting at Bochum saida minister German that
launched bombing I a on affairs
north of Tokyo where the Japanese military honor for his magnifi- I British zone cities were on the large majority opposed the without further help the big cities WE
balloons in 1944 intended to blastthe United States was announced -\ cent leadership In the British in verge of breakdown because German walkout on the (rounds that it were faced with complete collapseof WV DELIVER Phone 8158
Germans 13 S.l\laln
yesterday. stand against the officials were unwilling to would do nothing to alleviate the food supplies. St.
A 1st Cavalry Division reconnaissance 1940 and in the long fight backto I
I party led by Lt. Col. C. the liberation of Europe.
Jackson Heights Premier Ramadier kissed the
Stassen Ready 'I'' L.C. I., came across the entrenchments I beaming Churchill on both cheeks
of 2,000
in a half-dozen canyons on before a cheering
I. the peninsula 125 miles north of I distinguished military and diplo-
For Second Tokyo. matic rsonages In the sunny
I I The scouting party found hydrogen I court orthe Invalides as he pin-
generating plants. inflat- ned the,prized medal on Church- I ';: < "f'
Place in Race Ing platforms and other facilities | 'ill's colonel's 'uniform, already I : ;:
-once the most elaborate and covered with other decorations. I < ?
highly scientific installations In'i| Ramadler cited Churchill. :
Stamen Presidential seeking nomination the Republican in 1948. all wartime Japan. Britain's wartime prime minister Y ,

said yesterday he might be willing The area is only one mile as "one of the artisans of ]
the French liberation and of
Beach described -
from Xagahama
to take the Vice-Presidential nomination
II his bid for the top spot by the Cavalry scouts as the unconditional" surrender of f Doorway to a Man's World ..
fails. "one of the most beautiful surf- the enemy.

"It would depend on who the lands In the world." "Insensible to the bitterness of
Presidential candidate Is to be." I I Exploring Cavalrymen poked defeat as well as to the joy of
he said "and I through the rusted boilers and success he Incarnated ferocious -
what the plat- distilling apparatus of the gen- energy and Indomitable courage Y
form contains"Meanwhile erating plants which produced the with the legendary tenacity of his
gases for inflating the balloons.' 1 people" the citation read. ,
Gov. Warren of These plants were located in I "Friend of our country. Franceis
California who ? several adjoining canyons .set in !, ( honored' to have fought beside
has been men- sunken concrete, circular walls | J him for the defense of liberty and I
into which pipelines from the' civilization.
tioned as a possibility t ,
for the generating plants extended. As a holder of France's high -
Republican Presidential It was on the concrete em- est medal. Churchill has the i
or Vice- placements that bags were filled right to a pension of 200 francs .c\
Presidentialnomination r and bundles of explosives [$1.68] a year payable in two s
de- f A, fastened to balloons with ingenious Installments In' June and December .
clared there has timing devices for auto- with which to buy to- I .
been no change sjassenin matic release of the destructive bacco.
the attitude he expressed last i: loads.
I Clendenen said "a high degreeof The Medaille Militaire was
i. Fall when he said he wished his I
) founded under Napoleon 3d in
scientific skill and engineering
friends would not try to run him
for President."I i is shown clearly by the masterful I 1852 to honor French Generalsand utttnty
soldiers who had
I planning and shrewd military in- distinguished -
am not a candidate for i genuity." themselves far beyond the call 7
any office other than that hold The search party establishedthat of duty.
at the present time. he said. the balloons were launched .. .'
Stassen. Warren Gov. Dewey of early each morning and late each Azerbaijan Plot I
New York and other political afternoon taking advantage of WOOD CLIFF
figures from out of town were eastward winds. }I On Iran
here for the Gridiron Club din- There were two types of balI I Reported
loon weapons one carrying explosives I TEHERAN. Iran [AP a reliable
ner.Stassen, however explained he dropped by timing devices Informant quoted a leader of Prime leathers and
will continue his campaign for the the other being self de- i remnants of the separatist 'Azer- x t. ; :

Presidential nomination. I strutllve. I baijan militia yesterday as saying patient, painstaking workmanship
The first test in this campaign Discovery of the sites came because they planned to start a campaign I' .
he said will come next Spring in i of Clendenen's desire to visit in the north against the Iran .
the area which he had studied into the making of pair of, '
the Wisconsin preferential pri Government this Summer "exactlyas go every .. .
closely as a possible landing area .
In seeking Wisconsin con- I
mary. the
partisans are now fighting
for the invasion of Japan. I
vention delegates. Stassen may be The search party estimated the In Greece." famous Florsheim shoes. That's why they

in competition with Dewey. I Japanese spent $200 million on the The Informant an Iranian who .

Warren declared tax reduction bombing balloon attempt and returned yesterday from a three look better, fit and feel better J ;
ought to wait until the Federal worked day and night to send a I months tour in northern Iran
budget has been balanced and a maximum number of balloons said about 15,000 Azerbaijan
"substantial" payment made on floating toward the U. S. during I were organizing in the mountainswith and last longer: .
the national debt. the estimated eight months of support from across the
In this he placed himself in their "fantastic effort. Soviet border and quoted them as .
opposition to Republican Congressional The balloons remained, aloft 'I saying they" expected to strike "any Two favorite Florsheim styles are .'
leaders who are pressing for I for days but most of them never day now. "
Income tax cuts this over ; found their targets and were ( .
the Woodcliff and the Dearborn y.: t
presumed to have become expended I _
the opposition of Pres. Truman. Wherry Urges Early
in the sea.
I Despite the fact that some bal I End to Sugar Rationing each priced rat $16.50. r '> DEARBORN

I loons reached the North American I __ ; ,
TriedondProvenRelief shores not the slightest Information WASHINGTON [APJ Sen.
reached the Japanese Wherry [IR-Nebl], proposed last .
to Sufferers I to give any hints of the results night that sugar rationing be end- "f{' '
I of their intensive effort. ed this Summer if crop weather I
I U. S. newspapers conformed and plant operations are normal.He I st.
to the voluntary wartime censorship also suggested that an addi- J
4N code and refrained from tional 10 pounds of sugar be allowed -
j 1 printing the stories. at once to housewives and '.'.,;f.'t".:.. .z.', .. .... .
[ The Japanese said it was because that industrial users be given -' .. ., '
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on results that the bal- ter of the year. JI" ..\d.:. ..... it. J'. ; '. 1. };. v l'
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Ii ge 6 efrc i femfem gftitteri-gfar Orlando, Florida, May 1 11 1, 1947 ) Gridiron Club Pans Politicos i

government. The Federation declared HOTELS RESTAURANTS INSTITUTIONSTHE

Shanghai Union It was not Communist.The Alaskans' CourtNewsprint WASHINGTON [API The cannibal court. His appearance convincedthe "But I say that cash counts SUMMER SEASON IS APPROACHING HOW IS
manifesto came as thousands kingdom last country on cannibals that Uncle Sam was xxx" YOUR REFRIGERATION? .OUR STOCK IS MOST COMPLETESEE
of National Governmentand earth that had not received Amer- really giving service: I Entered a figure representing US OR WRITE FOR DESCRIPTIVE LITERATURE
city communications workers ican anti-Communist cash finally "He don't only pay you to Wallace dressed In Boy Scout costume -
threatens Tieup fulfilled a strike threat and Field got its share after calling In Stal- keep out de Communists he carrying stuffed pig soapbox E. H. THOMPSON
quit work yesterday to press demands in personally to organize some even furnishes de Communiststo j tennis racquet, ear of com.'botUe COMPANY"
for a 60 per cent pay in- opposition-and cooking Henry A. keep out. of milk and a boomerang. i iI EST. 1912
;:"";SHANGHAI [UP Eight hun- edease. JUNEAU Alaska [API This Wallace, who tried to queer the i Stalin offered to organize the I The puzzled cannibal chief asked: "FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT SPECIALISTS-
Is required Communist "Who Is you? Santa Claus JACKSONVILLE
timber-rich northern territory deal.And opposition or FLORIDA
The call for a paralyzing gen-
llred thousand Shanghai workers in this teeming river looking hopefully to the pulp and the Republican "waywardbus" and-went ahead to tell it to the Ul\RRA-or Sean Roebuck: ?" I
eral strike
W. St.
heed with famine unless the price and seaport-the Paris of the East paper Industry-as It once looked rumbled along the road to tune of Dark Eyes with heavily- Wallace identlf himself as the 730-34 Bay Phones-5-3907-5-0489
_Jo! rice comes down or wages go climaxed weeks of rice riots to gold-for a new phase In its 1948 with every- :t rolled Rs and a thick Russian accent "real representative of the American
: *.'yesterday threatened to can a smaller strikes, "token walkouts"and I economic development. I body a driver. : people" and from his soapbox I''
general strike at noon tomorrow. student demonstrations I Acting GOT. iw Williams explained I It all happenedIn f "I breeng truth weeth me; declared:
.t throughout the nation. negotiations for establish-I parody last "Red Dee-maw-cracy. "The Truman doctrine Is all
All were aimed at pulling down ment of a newsprint mill in south-1 night at the an- "Comrades vote for Joe wrong. We must all be brothers.I
Govern-ment the skyrocketing price of rice- eastern Alaska are nearing completion nual Spring dinner "Or you vote no mo."Ahmereekahnsk1. We must all be free. "
the cost of living China's staple-now so high the with a large firm. I of the GridIron ; pay "Free?" asked the cannibal !
t and demobilize the Army. common workman can not affordto "At the present," he said there Club, organization "To keep aus away. chief. "You mean we don't get I Q 000 IOO r,
a.-The Federation of Industrial buy itHardee are actually three concerns whichare of Washington r "You take dough. I stay. paid? Data treason. Throw dat QP O P O 0 4e
read Utility Workers which claim- actively' interested one of newspap "Eet's the best Raw-shun robber in the stew pot." $, 0 0'WAVE
*fd to represent nearly one-fourth Vote Set them to the point where it appears ermen along x way." And they did.
not the city's population [1936: 3- Dry to be only a clearance I with skits about v Stalin was Interrupted by the And another skit showed the
.u4W.OOOJ. sent the ultimatum to WAUCHULA [AP Hardee matter with the U. S. Forest the "Tennessee. xwdx. arrival of a character portraying GOP "wayward bus" carryinga
/every newspaper.If County will vote June 17 on Service relative to timber contracts feud" of Sen. ,. 1 Secretary of State Marshall They load of passengers all dressed I
the administration does not whether the sale of intoxicating ." McKellar ID- immediately started arguing. Mar- in the coats and caps of bus I
Capitulate It warned the workers beverages will be continued. The Tenn] and Da- shall Insisting to the tune of Any- driven. J
I He 'added that identities of
\trtU rebel and form their own local county has been wet since 1934. the negotiating.firms were being vid E. Lilienthal; thing You Can Do that he could Harold M. Talburt, cartoonistfor I YOU
I better Stalin's best: the Scripps-Howard
1'y-- withheld "until the contracts are the troubles of Stalin newspap- !
Gael Sullivan, executive directorof "Tve got all the dough ers was Inaugurated as Gridiron
really signed with the Forest
"You 'nichevo.. president for 1947.
M Service." the Democratic national com- say j
Williams said three key Alaskan mittee: Inflation and other topics
NOW officials are now in Washington In the news. THINKING ABOUT BUILDING? Ii i hit records of the weekIt
working on the project of the I Most of the characters depictedwere CONTACT US
prospective development of the I among the 500 guests at the Homes Bum at a Price to rave you money. Takes TimeI
Statler Hotel. President Truman 2 to Bedroom Home. $7.000 up.
"green gold" resources of the ter-
.t 1 ritory. I himself was down for a speech, S Weeks Will Complete Remodeling Your Horn. I Wonder, I Wonder, I Wonder

They are Gov.Earnest Gruening.1 I. along with former President 358 Brassle LEWISls BUILDERS INC. Phone I Guy LombardoIf
Herbert Hoover and Gov. Warren
11 Regional Forester Frank Heintzle- I Drive 1.2693
man. and Mgr. George Sundborg :of California. I Had My Life To Live OverI
of the Alaska Development Board.C. I But "reporters are never pres-
M. Granger, assistant chief ent" at these dinners, under club I Tipped. My Hat
1sfl forester of the Agriculture department I rules dating back nearly 62 Let Robertson'sYARDJEEP Bob Eberly and Song Spinners
told a Congressional ;years.
committee that the hurdle left One act showed the cannibal Across the Alley From the Alamo
in negotiations with the No. I* I i I kingdom getting its antiCommunist -
There Is No
Greater Love
cash from Uncle Sam by a
firm the
problem of
was arranging -
the cost. of timber to meet I i quick telephone call to Washington Be Your HelperFrom C ti Stan Kenton
Pv [collect] just as the royal '
competitive conditions in the My Hero
treasury was about to collapse.
Puget To a Sound paper-hungry area. United Gloom turned to glee ,as the Kiss Me Again

Si S \ States. the prospects of expansionof cannibals sang: Deanna Durbin
): f production Into Alaska probablywill "Soak Uncle Sam for a mil
..liJJ. f be as welcome as to Alaskans lion bucks or so Unless It Can Happen With You
"Because hear the siren
sL1' we
who see a means of tapping rich '
voice of Old Red Joe." z Midnight Masquerade
timber stands that cover thousandsof
The problem was to get some Blue Barron
square miles along the coast
ss Communists to be afraid of. It
lIne-a new resource to help sup- W ALBUMS
solved when Stalin :
1s port the vast territory that has was himself. ILt
.,' expressed a desire to become the Impersonated by a Gridiron mem- Folk Songs and Ballads .
ber, strolled Into the cannibalaper
49th State. Susan Reed
KILL BUGS Secretary of the Interior Krug
I buoyed Alaskan hopes when he I p and plup Industry In Alaska
I stated at a Congressional hearingon may come sooner than we have Factory; lI.h It I.
WITHpisifipy. I Alaska statehood that "the anticipated." I to Ton Dam, It out I
: H*. S (a ab.ve) Hiiry Oily YARD-1EEP. AH mYt.I-YY.' ritt Extra ktivyMOtrnctUi Soui-H
I !Is k.dy ud hricUf., 0..bU rubber.tirsd-i.. 4 ,In ill.itrity is a. I ? n
broad ul.. Ilk* tki lean frtlfht truekk Gives irtttir ..,.lIt OitrlkiCtr -
DDT Hoover's1919 FindingsOn II.! .. *.f ...ub to hays ',Ickl. **...t ft*. B.l...rt ...lkt !lied -niktekaekM. -->.. I
Tip 2I.U Uektt. kMt .vr I brsh.is.' A r nv.latl' ..ry.Miy .
rtlllif., My turilif.; pit-ww whalbarr.r ...... $1 14.95.
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AVAILABLE 2 CONVENIENT fORMS t lastad .! ... .. *
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PIwJWfODDTACTIVATFD Europe Woes Revealed I I I kit ,Ilikt *. uk te tt\, e.5 bad -__ .._la. 'Py-
3 t. I
ALL YOU DO-Ttar cut this add: Mod with same tddritt aid check ftr iklpmtitdlriet "Everything Fine In The Music Line"
lOWDf trim lacltry to y._r C.O.D. "If yn wlik.ROSERTSDN .
O WASHINGTON [AP] A 28-year-old statement by Her I : FACTORIES. tOI Scalllar SL. Dept. OS 9 cur. 6..rU

Complete pest protection bert Hoover that the Western Hemisphere could not meet

for horizontal surfaces. Europe's economic needs indefinitely was published last \

!!! New Press-cap container night by the State Department in the latest of a series of fS, ..
6 zODT whisks powder into tiniest historical documents.

___. cracks, crevices., Hoover, then relief director"10 .
,al0t+ro tptyilds gave his estimate of the European <
'%DDT LIQUID COATIH9 could credits be mobilized for 4
,,,s'I,,, economic situation In the wakeof
Just brush it on exposed World War I this purpose for more than a
short period because all credits
surfaces like baseboards, the In Supreme a report Eco-to q r'" must necessarily' be simply an Yac e inaicer

screens, garbage cans. nomic Council of advance against the return of W P 0
commodities In exchange and
the Allied and f k .
KILLS nifrt, Moiq.ltoe. Ails, Associated Pow credits will break down the Instant
that the return of commodities -
lice,SUrerfith,R tubes,MoOu,etc ers."During some becomes Improbable.

r short period. It "Further, if such credits be obtained -
may be possiblefor In more than temporary
the WesternHemisphere
purposes it would result in eco-
which has reHoover nomic slavery of Europe to the

UGEININUAI tamed and even increased its productivity Western Hemisphere, and the ultimate -
to supply the deficien- end would be war again.
cies of Europe" Hoover advised "The solution therefore of the
POIJSH!' on July 3,1919."Such I problem except in purely temporary aka
&TJTO deficiencies would have' aspects does not lie in a
t. to be supplied In large degree i stream of commodities on credit
upon credits: but. aside from this.j from the Western Hemisphere
the' entire surplus productivity of but lies in a vigorous realizationof e.
the Western Hemisphere is totally I the actual situation in each r
The 1L incapable of meeting the country of Europe and a resolute
u'Te bees Wa1t present deficiency in European statesmanship based on such a
C1eIn aria, blazes, ,,,,l production if It Is long continued. realization.
L ;ng fort one easll rl "Nor, as a practical fad "The populations of Europe

11h must be brought to a realization
' t14n.n AUTO I that productivity must be instantly -
rubb'ulgl Br8 paint Increased."

'. and chrom Hoover said further that "what- lh0 w11Mr..n W.reh1.g .
ever the economic theory or political ; xi'a M rarr.rwrW..
Y u1r 1 cry. it must embrace the g+
LIWX I Grade Materials I maximum individual effort, for
Your Choice of Colors there is no margin of surplus
I productivity in Europe to risk '

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Downy MildewCautions

Urged $$45,892 CattleI I Aviation Industry Court Questions

Sales ReportedJACKSONVILLE Booms in FloridaTALLAHASSEE Fund Allowance
.... [Special LEESBURG-Downy to The Sunday Sentinel-Star mildew ]Is A

In most watermelon
now present
fields of Lake and Sumter Counties rAP] Sales on [AP] Aviation is rapidly becoming TALLAHASSEE rAP] Suprem

..but growers should apply fungicides four Florida State Livestock Mar- one of Florida's biggest industries.A I Court yesterday asserted that th

Immediately Dr. G. K. kets this week handled 900 cat- I survey by the State Improvement Commission reveals resolution adopted by the Hous

Parris pathologist In charge Station of tle and scattering offerings of that 0 total of 127,343 persons are directly or indi- this week to give its members ar

the announced Leesburg yesterday.Experiment a other livestock State Markets Director rectly supported by an annual expenditure of $211,089,450 I additional $6 daily for stamp

William I. Wilson reported on aviation in Florida. I and incidental expenses was 'no
"Downy mildew is producing yesterday. I in itself sufficient authority 'fo
William C. Lazarus aviation
in abundance and is Warns :
pores ready to cause much damage to Over-all gross total of business Herlong ]supervisor for the Improvement I the appropriation.Gov. .

foliate if weather conditions are handled on the lour reporting Commission, said 29,917 personsare i Caldwell had asked th

right" he said. "Should we hare markets during the week was Against UofF octually employed by aviationin court to advise him whether: h

rainy cloudy weather, foggy $45,892. Florida, while an additional I I was authorized to sign warrant
cool mornings, accompanied by for the extra money. The justice
wind, the disease is all set to Injure The one-day sale on the Budget Cuts 33.356 are engaged non-profes-1 I 1 I said they recognized the law

the maturing melon crop. Plant City Market showed lome I atonally such as students and per- maker's need for the allotmen
"Downy mildew is the worst disease improvement over the preceding GAINESVILLE rAP] Should the sonal pilots in the industry The but held a law as well as a resolu
of cucumbers In the State week, with a cash total of S5- State Legislature fall to providean total includes civilians employedat tion was necessary before the

and It is from the early cucum- 693.96. I adequate budget for operatingand Army air bases. could have it.
sale in recent months was building needs at the Uni- The resolution
bers that melons get the disease.It Best Lazarus said the also was adopted oral
attacks only the leaf blades of reported at Arcadia, where 432' versity of Florida, veterans now in surrey by the House. A law requires ap
showed total investment of
the watermelon, where it causeS Rb cattle and 37 hogs brought $20- school may be deprived of com- a proval of both House and Senat
$701.443.050 in Florida's aviation
934.96. pleting their education. Judge A. even if it involves addiUo
spots that eventually kill them. an !
S. Herlong. president-elect of the industry. This included an Investment -
Fat heifers sold the QuincyMarket allowance for
The spores are produced on the on of S6130.50o-mod- expense only on
diseased spots most plentifully on at prices ranging up to $21 University Alumni Assn., told branch of the Legislature. .
ly in publicly owned airportsand
members of Florida Blue Key, here !
hundred pounds with 300 cat-
the lower surfaces and are easily per military bases-of public
detached and spread by rain and tle and 62 hogs bringing 15. last night. funds. Orange County RoadWork

wind. _..._____............." y r;'...."...,.. .< .... ... ... ..._-'".. ... "Y"--' _. _- --- -- 176.87. Judge Herlong spoke at the I'
The fruiting structures of the The Jay Market which normally j semi-annual Blue Key Invitation The survey further revealed Bids Requested:
fungus are often difficult to detect -. GRAND CHAMPION Brahman steer at the the grade steer received high praise from takes second place in volume of banquet where he was eight scheduled airlines in the TALLAHASSEE IAPJ The Stat
I of Austin Texas of the handled 78 cattle and made an honorary, member of ,
even with a good hand lens. Frank Scofield judge offerings State employed 10.289 persons and Road Department will bit
Ocala Show this week is shown above. Exhibited 31 hogs this week for a cash total the organization for service to had an annual payroll of $33.391.-
consequently many growers may show, shown in the background with T. J. May 22 in Tampa for 31 miles
mistake mildew for anthracnose. by the Durrance Ranch of Brighton! Dur once owner. of $408670. but took top price. the university. 140. In addition. these same airlines 'road and bridge improvements i
"From the practical standpoint fat steers selling as high as $21.30 A member of the Alumni Assn. with a capital investment three counties.
both mildew and anthracnose are per hundred pounds.xtension I Legislative Committee Judge Her- i of $34,396.000. spent $70,411,270 I Projects on which contractoi
controlled spraying or by dusting long outlined legislation concern- on supplies in 1946. i have been asked submit bids, In
using fungicides such as Cop- Service ing the university to date, saying Lazarus said aviation "indirect 'elude constructing six concret
per Compound A, Fermate, Zer- Eventual Master Brand that he believed the action taken'Ily produced" $31.341.500 in revenue bridges and paving 14.9 miles c
late, Tribasic Copper, Spergon, director Retires by the Legislature in making the : in 1946 through tourists who road 50 near Bithlo in Orang
: and Dlthane-tinc-lime. With the university and the Florida State I I flew to Florida veterans in flight County.
4 large amount of mildew now fruit- GAINESVILLE rAP Retire- College for Women co-educational training and savings to farmers in

lug on the melon leaves, it Is ment of A. P. Spencer director of expresses the will of the great''I'use of airplanes in agriculture. Iwo Jima Flag Raising
strongly recommended that melon Plan Forecast the State Agricultural Extension majority of students and alumni Governmental aviation emploj
growers apply a fungicide immediately Adoption Service, effective June 30. was announced throughout Florida. I last year totaled 639-including Re-enactment Planned

either as a spray or as a yesterday by Universityof I only one by the State-for an annual f I MIAMI API The nag raisin
dust. Florida Pres. John J. Tigert. Rood Plans Supported payroll of 1887600. Lazarus on Iwo Jima will be re-enact:
"A field with melons half or 4f following approval by the State I VALDOSTA. Ga. AP] Fifty j the lone State employe, receives here in October by the Marin
three-quarters grown can. receivea .......................-......................., Board of Control.He representatives from the four'I a salary of $6.000 a year. : Corps League with the three livir
severe setback by an attack of r will end an active career of I Georgia counties and two Florida!1 "By product" industries, such survivors participating.
mildew. From now until all melons Firm Mergers :\ HEARING SLATED TOMORROW : leadership of Florida County and I(counties through which the pro- i as fuel dispensing firms, airport Plans for the League's Nation
are shipped Is the crucial period r Home Demonstration Agents I I posed Highway 94 from Valdosta I concessions travel bureaus airport Victory Assembly were announce
in controlling our melon leaf : which began Sept. IS, 1910, and 'to Jacksonville will pass heard i I cab companies and air express I'yesterday with Gen. Holland J
diseases. Dusting after every rainyor \ Little Opposition PredictedFor which places him among the Gov M. E. Thompson pledge yesterday companies, employ 855 per- (Howling Madl Smith. USM
wet spell Is costly, but it may Chances Eyed pioneer extension workers in the I his whole-hearted supportof I sons 'with an annual payroll of (ret], listed as chairman. Assembly
pay dividends should weather develop country the project. $2.144,400, the survey indicates. will be held Oct. 711.
that favors mildew and an- i i
\ Indian River i
thracnooe.* By JACK GURNETT Separate

[(Our Own Staff Correspondent] ,

Citrus Shipments Master WINTER Brand HAVEN plan, -advocated While the by \ Marketing Agreement RulesSpecial i

United Growers and Shippers
Continue Steady recently seems to be "on the [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
shelf" at least for the current seaman -
W1NTJLH HAVEN [AP). This Is WINTER HAVEN-There will be little or no opposition -
of the State Legislature. It
w ek's citrus shipments as reported by no means dead, or even dying, i to the proposal to amend the Federal Marketing
by the State Citrus Inspection it was indicated last night.At Agreement to allow separate rules and regulations for

Bureau totaled 1.118.407 boxes Winter Haven Tom Turn- Indian River citrus. It was indicated last night as prep-
against 1.188.1'12 boxes last week.
bull general manager of the Star ahead for the first of
This week's shipments were arations went two public hearings on
Fruit Coand chairman of -
SO.833 boxes of grapefruit: 768.- United' Legislative Committee the changes. 4 t
ass of oranges and six of tangerine predicted that "we will have a The first hearing will be held 1
Master Brand for Florida citrus at the Indian River County i
Citrus Prices
Season's total were T.B83.098>> either through legislation a,centralized Court House inero Beach
boxes of grapefruit 25.039.578 of sales agency or possiblyby starting at 10 a.m. tomorrow
oranges and 2.457.608 of tangerines. amalgamation of certain large with the second to start at the eftF
,for a grand total. of 35,430,282 trade groups in the State. same hour Wednesday at the .

boxes. Certain prominent Florida I Citrus Lakeland.Commission offices in Hold Steady

canners are "about ready" to
Last of Everglades start agitation to get the word j If there is any opposition to the
Florida stamped on every can split plan, it will not be organizedand [Special! to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
To Move Soon
II&. Crops of citrus juices sections or will come from marginal NEW YORK Florida citrus
.. WEST PALM BEACH [AP Last salads packed in the State-a areas, observers believed last night.At prices showed only minor changes
of this year's vegetable crops In plan that, up-to now, has been I least one of the two big citrus during the past week, as grape-
the Everglades farming region will fought by tome of the big pack- industry trade groups has held a fruit eased off in spots and oranges U 'd
be harvested and within I : were mostly irregular, auction '
shipped en who handle private label orders meeting within the past week to I YOU ?r w
the next 10 dan Palm Beach -or who operate solely for reconcile thinking!on the subject ''I experts report. Receipts con-
County Agent M. U. Mounts said big label houses such as Stoke- -and removed the only threat of tinued In good volume but were
yesterday. leT Libby, and the like. organized protests. not excessive In their view.
Already, thousands of acres of It has been pointed out that the Sales of Florida ORANGE AVENUE j jJ je
The citrus committee of the Na- I
sesbanla and
cover crops, mostly amendments will carry only permission through Thursday totaled 175Vi rfCHURCH SHEET
tional Canners Assn. has come out
indlgofera have been
sown over to Growers Administrative
I cars against 165'i cars for the
with suggestions for the uniform
fields which suffered some of the
and Shippers Advisory Committees I
preylous comparable period.
labeling of citrus Juices and sec
I most disheartening failures of the tions. Here 1 is the statement by the to set up separate grade and size Prices were irregular but on the : 1 1I
put season because of heavy rain
regulations for the Indian River
whole there big changes.
NCA: I were no
and cold.Needy. I I
area-that it will not be mandatory
"Industry plans for voluntary At the close most fruit was sell- I FIRST M+ ', I''
Children's Aid labeling standards have progressed I and the discretion will lie ing within a range of $Z.8;-S.40
I to the point where the citrus committee with the 16 members of the GAC against $3-5.15 for the week before EVERY Mail BOX I I
and SAC-with only one Indian -
Applications Opened of the NCA has referredtwo 'I
i '
River representative on each com-
series of labels' terms to theindustry
JACKSONVILLE AP] State mittee.It I California Navel sales showed 1I I
for First
opinion offers
Welfare Board moved yesterdayto was pointed out that under very little change in volume from you a
'The tentative optional series oflabels'
increase assistance to Florida's terms of the Federal Marketing the week before and totaled 73! I
terms which have been
referred -
needy children by opening all cars through Thursday against 74 e
agreement the Indian River Citrus
to Texas and Florida citrus National bank teller
pending applications for aid filed canners as well as to the Dis- I League would have no more power for the week before. Navel prices;
through March 31. tributors' Advisory Committee, or standing than any other : improved as the week progressedand
Chnu Emmet Safay said the I grouP-like the United Growers the average on good stock ..
provide labeling terms as follows: service!I' No waiting line! t
step was made possible by accumulating -I Standard 20 degrees Brix J and Shippers, Florida Citrus Pro- was $5.62 against 5.14 for the
funds from Increased Series A. in light syrup; Series B, s I ducers Trade Assn. or the Florida week before. Some of the Navels;
Federal contributions to States, I beginning to show decay and
extra iweet."Standard. Citrus Exchange. are No extra trips! No parking
effective Oct. I, 1948. The investigation under 16 degrees I J. A. Martell of Vero Beach. off condition and several lots sold
of all applications through .' daily at considerable discount,
i Brix-Series A. In slightly sweet GAC, member has publicly stated
Dec. 31 previously had been authorized -! ened water; Series B,lightly sweet I that the IRL "does not intend to I dealers assert. delays! You can now
by the board. try to dictate to these two r con- Navels should taper off very
ened."The trol] committees but will make soon and then give way to Valen-

Cuba-Florida Ferry Due miously: committee voted to also recommend unana- I its recommendations, from time to ; cias. and Southern California Is Bank by Mail at your
time, just as any other industry' starting. Indications are that .
JACKSONVILLE AP] The the use of the term sections I
and will stand the California will have a large, crop
group on ma-
Gulf Atlantic Trnasportation Co'S3 : .
rather than
z 'segments' for
can- I
jority rule. of Valencias to harvest during the nearest mail box!
Carib Queen, first ship destined i ned citrus and advised the
next six months or ISO, the auctioneers -
for use in the company's following classifications: 'Whole'or I
ferry service between Florida and 'mostly whole" for packs sections being whole or almost I believe. .. .
II I Florida grapefruit sales continued
Cuba, is due here today with at least 75 per cent of the whole. 1 in good volume, and through- .
..... "'Whole and some broken' for ',' '-4 .
packs with 50 to 75 cent of I Thursday totaled 144% car ., .., '
per : : ..;... >
against 142 for the same periodthe ;
/ : .
sections whole or almost whole .

JUST RECEIVEDBoat and 'broken' for packs with less er in week spots before.although Prices it were was low-not ." '',:..,..' : ; '
than 50 per cent of such I wholel .
fully reflected in .
the price
range '
sections. The committee also en- "" I '.'
which was $1.75-3,60. compared
dorsed the term 'pink for sectionsof
Stock-[All Heart] 6" and 8" pink variety of grapefruit and with $1.75-335 the week before. .' ,
Texas grapefruit was represented -
approved the recommendationsthat
CYPRESSV by one car whfch averaged $4.70, ,
four to five average servings '
one of Red Blush Marsh Seedless. '
be given for No. 2 cans of sections .
Joint Kiln DriedCYPRESS and three to four average servingsfor I Fruit growers In Northern areasI ,. : .r-\: .
had a scare late this past week
No. 2 cans of juice." I as '
PANELING With the NCA taking such an the weather turned very cold and< Here's HOW! On request WE supply h.
Interest In properly labeling citrus.manJ' there some light frosts. However ;

4", 5", 6" and 8" Kiln Dried canners who have been ,''f' trees were not far enough advanced .
so that the injury to bloom '
urging the branding of all Florida
CYPRESS FINISH STOCK citrus products with the name could have been very severe. Indications self-addressed envelopes, with ., ::; .

of the State, feel this Is an "ex- ( still are that the fruit .
cellent opening" to swing sentiment II crops In the Northern States will : .
9'16 6" V Joint Kiln :
x Dried .
to their idea. j come through In good shape and deposit slips attached. YOU
CYPRESS CEILING i They use the same arguments I'' yields should be relatively good. .
.' i that United advanced when it | While all of the Eastern partof
tried to get the Master Brand plan the country is weeks behind usual!
Kiln Dried LLYP make deposit as
adopted-that Florida Is spendingmore schedule Pacific Coast States up your

I FRAMINGSHEATHINGSIDING than $2 million a year to are the earliest In several years
advertise Florida fruit and that It is reported here. California
the can should bear a marking has already begun to ship cherries Drop it in nearest mail box! ,
FLOORING tying in with the advertising. actively, while in New York HAt National
It was considered probable last the trees' will Just break into o

and all patterns of moulding night there would be a continuing + bloom this week.Washington WE mail you back receipt new forms
campaign both
among and Oregon fruits
'members of the fresh fruit trade : also early and
are they are expected -

It One Matched Carload Just ReceivedEnd I brands and canners, to get tie-In ,i earlier than to mature usual. a Strawberries week or two in and envelopes by RETURN MAIL! of

One canner said that under the these States will start late next ORLANDO

OAK FLOORING I present system of"using "any label week, whereas they normally do FLORIDA
that comes along. it is possible as
not start until late May
or early
I | has been done, for distributors to ,I June
i bring whole boatloads of Texas
: grapefruit juice into Florida and ern Indications peach crop are will that be the very South-' good "It Is.' our. desire that al! who call here shall receive every courtesy"
label it in this State and then ,
this season and unless there is
ROMACLUMBER r chipping country. out to dealers over the some serious change in the situation ::444K' 6. Qet+t.......'"" .

i i Turnbull said he expected some there should be a good crop :

& SUPPLY CO. I "startling developments" in the |i of apples. Member Federal Deposit hair nw Corpar.Uosb
I Master Brand plan-and it was re-
Successor to 'I I called that during the presentation THE OSCEOLA ARTHRITIS
I, of the idea at a recent meeting of

'r LEESBURG LUMBER &, SUPPLY CO. 'Joint legislative committees Murl 1 SANATORIUM
E. Pace, general manager of Unit- I DAYTONA BEACH FLA..
ed said that only the Feb 6 freeze Rbtarnati5m.Stafltis-Sdatica.
Leesburg, Fla. Phone .235 had prevented setting up of a sizeable I Writ today ear method for free of booklet treatment.describing -
centralized sales agency in Dept 11.
the State. i


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I i Derby Winner ORLANDOFLORIDA Snaps

By 603 HAYES 4 PAGE 8 MAY 11. 1947I ..

Orlando and Central Florida baseball fans and I I i Brooklyn'sLosing -

there's plenty of them-get a chance to honor Joe Tinker 4 V

one of baseball's real immortals, here Friday night when I Runs in Poor I Detroit WhipsChicago,52 Streak

Sanford's Celery Feds and the Orlando Senators play. I I
i iI
The game itself will be worth the price of admission, !I I PHILADELPHIA IAPJ] South-

but more than that here's a chance to put across a real testimonial paw Joe Hatten gained his third
I Fourth
for a grand guy. who has had his share of bumps these past few SpotBy straight victory yesterday and

Tears. I I snapped a three game Brooklyn

"A prophet is not without honor save in his own country and in LEO H. PETERSEN losing skein by hurling the
Dodgers to a 4-2 win over the
his own house." [United Press Sports Editor] Philadelphia Phillies.

That passage: is the key to the biggest obstacle facing the Tinker BALTIMORE [UP] Fault- ; ToRegainLead flatten allowed the Phils ,only

testimonial. Joe's been around this city since '1921. He's knownby less, Calumet Farm's three-year- V.... six hits including an inslde-the-

a fair share of the city's populace. That's why Joe is big news in old beauty, ran like the wind down "- V park homer by Andy Seminlck in

another town; just a regular} guy and one of the boys here at home. I the stretch at old Pimlico yesterday V ;* :: CHICAGO (TAP The Detroit the second frame while his mates

Baseball fans elsewhere have put by far the greater share of the to win the 57th winning of ; Tigers and Chicago White Sox collected eight safeties off Tommy

$478 that now reposes in the testimonial fund at The Florida Bank at the Preakness Stakes and one of : traded places atop Detroit the American defeat- Hughes and Blix Donnelly.
League yesterday.
horse racing's richest parses. Veteran Ed Stanky broke up
Orlando. Racing like a frightened rabbitas A Inc the Pale Hose 5 to 2. the by singling home two
V game
The real gesture Central Florida baseball fans can make-and we the field of 11 turned for home V V VVV4Vl The Tigers made the most of runs after two were out in the

can't fall down In the attempt-is to pack Tinker Field Friday night the good-looking brown colt won si:& two Chicago errors to assure fifth Inning.

It is a proposition squarely to baseball fans. They usually come by a length from E. O. Slice's and V V : Freddie Hutchinson of his fourth .OOKLYII 'III PHILADELPHIA (Ml

through. Sons On Trust with Phalanx, the V V victory of the year. .beSS&. ..5.555Stu.byVb
V ir I. I e I 4 5 I I al15b,5V15
One point that should be stressed: this is a 100 per cent Tinker avorite. third. .:I 4 Rookie Earl Harrist. making his 4 I 11 : H W Iker. .ef I 1 5 I 5I
Maine Chance Farm's Jet Pilot : first start for the Sox. handed the I UeUorcf I 1 I 1 kMrCormtrkVtrreetekrt I S S I SF
Testimonial Friday night. Every dime of the ticket sales with not i W'Iker.if e S I I S I S S S S
who won the Kentucky Derby last V I i Tigers a 1-0 lead in the first en l4st'55hIIf35S1S.A41,5 55555
even bare expenses and employes' salaries being deducted by John aturday was a fading fourth. doubles by Eddie Lake and Roy I ...... e I I 1 Hrtwttx-U e 5 5 II I

Ganzel and the Orlando Senators goes into the testimonial fund.Let' Second: choice in the betting : VV << ;, Cullenbine. Aided by an error and Ritjek....IkReett 4 S S I 4 Emit*.If I I I"I S I
41213Su1s1nk5.5 I I'
*ot fumble the ball DOW. faultless' in giving one of the : I I a questionable double, the Tigers I, H.II.... 1 I I I e HOItdI."JIt' S I. I

urf's richest stables its third V two in the perben.Sk 35125iHugb.P
-- picked up more runs
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A few days this column expressed the belief there would not Preakness victory-more than any I I fifth [.fere* I' 5 S
other owner-paid his backers FAULTLESS DRIVES TO PREAKNESS VIC Remainder of the field trails the leaders. I I DETROIT (A) I CHICAGO (A) D.inn.I1J.p S S S I S
be 10.000 POA Open.Golf Tournament here this -4
a year. Trust slebsil 5SCSSII1'5L11 ---- -----
That belief has grown stronger. From two sources close to the 10.40, $.*.80, and $2.80.field On returned TORY: Faultless [left] drives to a length victory I Jockey Doug Dodson brought Faultless home :, S 1 1 4 SKuI'wny.Ib 1 e. 5 5 1 _Total* 14 4 I If III TII... I S If IS
the -
fourth choice in 4 .
I 5.11.35 3 5 I I IAppII.g is 4 I 5 4 a rolled wit for Huibo. to Mil
purse strings of the city-provided cash that backed the JayCees In $7 and $3.40 while Phalanx's in 1 1:59: over. the mile and three-sixteenths. rel'bl..11I 1 S I I I 3n.n.Ib e 1 III 3.bVIdK b-foiled. itt for H. WilEs to SIb
over On Trust in the Preakness yesterday. "'. 3 S I I It..rf e I 221I e wellwd fur Wyrouek to ItS
these that [AP Wirephoto].
the tournament two assurance ,
sponsoring past years comes how price was $2.20. I Iulll.rf 2 I 5 I 5 j'br.eobH.1I e S I e 5ET5V -. Dy lalleao:
the financial underwriting of the tournament this year will not be Given a magnificent ride by : 3 I I 3 5 PhIltryri I S I I S 1t'J8 355 Il '111PhIlI"I.
the I I M.b 4 5 5 I \llrhael'11: S S S 2 4Tbb.tts.I (I* III 555-2
forthcoming. Doug Dodson.: Faultless ran I' S 1 I 1"<11.,. J' I I 2IMrM.Ir Lrrnr-ktbul'i. BUM ....... ,-htlct. t..
And, actually, have we lost anything that really hurts Hardly. mile and three-sixteenths over a Muskegon Racine Girl Nines YanksHitHardI: 1lISSWrIVS' 5555I nIL &.I.st. *t.rk, I. F Welker T-k. ... hiefcuili -
lightning fast track in 1:59: two I llaltu S I S I I )lsrvtsl.p I. liSI Hnue. ran*-_Ialrk. E..li.r. gerrtrireHette -
These $10,000 tourneys the past had a smaller ante. were attended Rutc'_.' I I 5 I $'ETsrk5t I. S I S *. iMlhl* .. -llejefc le *......., t* BakInena -
seconds off Alsab's Preakness record I I1uIlSg.p I I t BnMnMa !. 11_.. Loft MI "...PliU-
by full compliment of PGA pUj-for-pay stars and weren't dime- _! .
a .
set in 1942.It I ---- kdclDklk 2. Branklrk I. BUN e* 5115-Itt B.
a..dozen as they are today. Nearly every city of any size has a PGA marked the third time that Meet in Benefit Tilt TodayThe Took M S S tT It| Touli II t ISMS in I. lift Hufim I. err Donnelly L StrutS e..eky .
-elniled for Tcbhcttt In ItS TI
e Hwhei 1 k> Halt* t. Hut-oft Hutto
Open Tournament now, and the itinerant pros are a little bit finicky owner Warren Wright of Calumet To Bosox i k fovlrd: aut: H.rrUi In ?lk I InnIng. off Itaanetly I I. L. Unlnt BltrnerHiuhee

about which ones they'll appear In and which ones they'll pass up.We've Farms'' colors of devil's red and Muskegon, Mich., Lassies and the Racine, Wis., Trip :Stork l d b Mt, Innings( Dlrkty: to ttk Tlae- -i-QB.. Cupliee 4u.....-....*.:.JS.....).f.Jwd kBd Bert

got a couple of good things here in the two-ball tournament blue had come down In front in Belles, two ranking members of the All-American Girls DMnlt __... .._______ 1M 525 t2t-1
__ _
taken CIrrus Ill SIX 555-2
and In the Pee-Wee Golf Tournament. Let's expand and prom this It in classic-Pensive 1944 and Whirlaway having In 1941. Baseball League, clash here today at Tinker Field in a BOSTON [lAP The New York Emm-KdHonir. AppUnf. BUM bitted 1 IBCullcnblM Algiers Captures

$te those two events. They're both novel and Interesting events. for the American Yankees snapped out of their !. KmiMdT !. CTUMT S. Tw-baM
A crowd of 40,222-some 3.000 benefit promotion Legion's baseball pro I blti Ukt. rullrnblm. A Pili"'.. Knit ,_.
something a little bit off the well-beaten path cut by the regular POA below last year's all-time Preak- gram in Central Florida. Game time has been scheduledfor .' batting slump with a bang yesterday 8:Tirir-KIL Itoubl. Blurt-lUrkrj IB MU-k-. Golden West Trot
I iris; kill U CBllMbtB: MlrlurU U AppllncM
affairs. ness throng eet a new betting 2:30: and a colorful pre-4 I' clouting: out 12 hits off five i JOOM. toft .. b..st-D.ttoII I. rhlruBBun ..
record on the race, sending a total p.m. r I Boston pitchers to hang up a 9-6 Bn b...ll, '-off HvlrhlruaB I. off HanUI t.Iff I INGLEWOOD C a II f. [API
game ceremony has been arranged | victory and end four Red )MilllbKfrr. Rlmrk B.t-'b> HBtrhtDMa I. I With the favored Titan Hanover
As staunch advocate of baseball for the spry and soft ball. for of $494,312 through the mu- by legion officials.Joe I I a game kr Hirrllt 1- H1U-off HirrUI 1 IB I 15.1'... I'
a Blackwell I running out of the E. J.
I Sox '. money
winning streak. ,
The markof ft
machines. previous
tuel MiltiMTirf IB S. Hit Sy pllthtr ky HIT-
I those who admit they're no longer spry It was heartening to hear $446.120 set last when Tinker member of the Chicago Mgr. Bucky Harris' crew wrappedup I I rlrt irnnl Inning pitcher Hvrlit. tm1rsi-: Baker's Algiers won the $50,000
was year
Ik Recreation Superin- Cubs' great double play combination ripirellB. "" ..... and 5.,.. TlmB_I:41
the news passed along by Clarence Varaer. City Assault won.Faultless' the game by scoring seven I I Golden West trot at Hollywood

Uendent. victory, a triumph too of Tinker-to-Evers-to- Twirls Reds times in the first two rounds off Park yesterday, with Walter

Vamer reports there'll be 13 baseball teams, providing competition. for old Ben Jones. scrambled the Chance wholl be honored himself starter Joe Dotron! and relievers 14 Schools Enter Spencer second and Lingo Direct

for all ages In operation here this Summer. three-year-old picture more than here Friday will throw out the Mel Parnell and Bill Zuber.NEW a surprise third.
first ball.A To 5-1 Win The winner timed at 2 minutes
The fading fourth positionof YORK A) I State School ,
There's a four-team senior league, a four-team junior league, a ever. ( i BOSTON (A) High
Kentucky Derby winner Jet program, arranged by the abybssI, .5,55. 35 2-5 seconds, paid $13.70. $4.30
foor-team. midget league and an American Legion Junior team that B..n.J1 I' 1 I 2PsI'grInLuu, I I 1 2I.nri.h.f ,
Pilot served almost to take him local Legion chapter, will be CINCINNATI lAP] Ewell Black. and $3.60; Walter Spencer $3 and
) I I I I S P.k.11t 4 5 5 I I Golf Meet HereA
the city is promoting. out of the picture when the na- distributed free of charge to well pitched a five-hitter for his K.II.f 4 1 1 3 I .1111..11 4 1 I I I $2.70. and Lingo Direct $7.80.

Vamer added that If the youngsters showed the interest each tion's best three-year-olds go inthe kids under 12 accompanied by third win of the year yesterdayas D.y..rI e 2 I 1 "Y.lb I I I I IB total of 14 schools have entered -
V .,,... 3 I I I I'Io.vrib' e I 1 4 4lVQutns.ib OVERMIRE BACK
league would be expanded to provide berths for the Interested young- third leg of the triple crown an adult. the Cincinnati Reds downed ), I I 1 1 D.IIU..rt S 1 S S IIIi,5V2b the annual State High CHICAGO {API Frank "Stubby"
Iters and oldsters. at Belmont two weeks hence. Proceeds from today's game and the Chicago Cubs 5-1 in a game $ 4 I I 4 4 I.IIW-vn.I.Tf S 2 I I IRtuuIs School Golf Tournament which
I I I 5 p.rtH.r 8. 1 5 II15up Overmire. pint-sized .
With the addition of more baseball playing facilities, there'll be a The victory neted Faultless and the contest Tuesday night betweenthe featured by the Redleg's timely I I I S IIa.b..n.p, I S S S SPurniUp will open here at Dubsdread Tiger left handed pitcher rejoinedthe
Warren Wright $98.005 which same teams, will be used to hitting and snappy fielding. I S I S IuMo.n.
flprflrming upswing In baseball Interest In the city. And softball will Country Club next Friday Lafayette team yesterday after several
1 I I S Iz.bfl.
benefit from that surge In diamond Interest, too. There's plenty of not only was one of the world'srichest defray expenses in conducting a Eddie Miller, Cincinnati short- .. I 5555i'Gedm.s Golden, executive secretary of days absence because of a flu at
purses but also the most rejuvenated baseball program for I stop,.belted his seventh home-run I ISIS the Florida State High School.
for both sports and a definite need for"both of them. tack.
room S I S I S
a Preakness winner ever has youngsters in this area by the .in the second. The Reds turnedIn RuUand" Athletic Assn., announced last
Ru.11 15555 I
taken. The previous high was Legion. four double plays to keep !)I.......'.. S I I I S night. :

WhIte MeMnllen. popular sports editor of the Gainesville Sun $96,620 which Assault netted last The two clubs are slated to arrive Blackwell out of trouble. TOUU IT 11::: 11\i TOUU JT 41121 f Schools who entered are Fort il II GOLF DRIVING RANGE I

and former Florida State League first base star must be convinced by year. in Orlando at noon and will CHICAGO (II) I CINCIIIIIATI (II). ,-elnital! for Pirnell I. Id Pierce, Coral Gables Hillsborough. BOWS AND ARROWS
Trailing Jet Pilot in the field IbrISSI .brh 5-411.4 out for Zuber to 4the 'I
report immediately to Tinker Plant Fort Lakeland I
now. that playing baseball and sportswrtting don't mix well. Cosmic H..k.Sb 4 I I 3 1.u.'oI.rf, I IIIWuItLn.,1b filed out. for Blltl.... to Ilk Orlando Myers -
were Rlskolater. Bomb. Field where an "audition" will be S 1 .11 'At1&ad.21t' 3 S I I 4p.r. teoro by InnIng Ocala Miami Senior, Winter \
The colorful Whiter known by virtually all FSL fans out
came ecNav. Bullet Proof Cornish staged for girls seeking to play ..." 4 5 I I R.u..SIt e. I I 3 New. york ____ 431 4M WOBoeUn -' Haven Lake City St. Petersburg I SOFT
retirement shell to fill In for Gainesville's G-Men last when C..' ta.1I 4 I I I 'IR.u.lb 1 I 113 1Irh.1f1ne ._ I' 't1)
of year Knight, Contest and King Bay in 131 401 IllIErvofiltIr.n..Iu. DRINKS
professional baseball. I 5 I I .,.............. e S I I S niHiftl. Ptrtee Rune Vero Beach and Tallahassee.
the G-Men were desperate for help. At the time Whltey was both that order. I Muskegon holds a one-game ..BlrllerI' I I lAJk..lf, 4 5 5 I IIJrC'ugh.s .batted In-Henrlck r. Berra 4. 1. I>tM.fl. I I O 00 LOUNGERed
sports editor and G-Man outfielder. King Bay and Jet Pilot were In-their I I I 1 IIMIIIITi' 2 I I I 4NIChIin.Jt Pelleirlnl. Mosre- Firtee. Culneno J. GRIDDERS SIGN UP I
lead over Racine current I S I 1 '1 YolI.o..rt I I 2 I IJ.AI.n,1II =...* bite J.: IHMuilo. Brown PelUirinl, I| V
In his dally column. Innings and Outs, the other day, Whitey the speed horses in the field set I Florida tour. At Lakeland the I 5 5 I 2BI..kuli.p! S I I 5 1 Tork. c......... TDK*.be<. !bite Bnmn. Hrnrich. I I BROOKLYN [lAP Signed contracts and White Amusement

carried a note from a mlschevious fan who suggested he chance the ting the early pace but Faultless Lassies chased Racine's ace un- I r".21t I' I I IhLIfVUIII Recrlflre-Rhee. Double .,_Brow. .. for the 1947 All-America
I' S S 11M. .. ..
far I Htlrmelee McQuinn CtlmreiM Bluot V
never was back. As predicted. I ; to I
name of his column to "Whiffln's." remarking that the title would be derhand pitcher Joanne Winter, .. 551 McMillan; Pellafrini la I>oerr to Tork. Preky toUoorr Football Conference season were Center ..IIII..
that early speed was too much for "[)all.. ... 1 5 I I SI 1 the Brooklyn
from the mound with 13-hit attack to Tork. Left on bun.-Nw Wk 4. Bat-, received yesterday by 5 Ml. X. of Orlando SanfordHighway. ,
very appropriate in view of Whitey's stlckwork with the G-Men last a .. .... on
the Jet who started in front and I .1.1IrkU. ton .. Buee on ltall'- She. I, off ftrorll 2. Dodgers from end O'Neale Adams '
to score an 8-5 victory. : ... I I I I 1 .
year. stayed there in the Derby. But SII 1I oft Zuber 1. eff Dobem 1 Klrork out-by "heeT.
Racine Is the 1946 league; ----- ----- by Zuber 1. by Butlind 1. H lie-off Dobeon halfback. Doyle Tackett center. Open Dally Open Sunday
the track was muddy for that one !'ot.1I I' I lt 171 'etall 12. I If 17VVStflhI4 I
to lit off Pemoi
4 to Innings 4non* out ) Red Morrow and guard. George
and made to order for Mrs. Elizabeth champion and the Shaughnessyplayoff f.. SehffIng I. ItS' I I. 1. off Zuber 2 I. I. off lIutl.... S to J. I II 2 P.M. TilT 10 A.M. TnT
winners. They also b-singled lit Jihn.iS Sa $15Sr. off Murpliy t to L Wild pltebeo Zuber, 1Mb0 Bernhardt. All were members of Come Anytime Day or NIghtJACKSON'S
Arden Oraham's colt. He defInitely ...
by lJutI..o: ...
Early Wynn Cops Third Straight L LosIng pitcher-Dnbeon. Implrn-BOOUM!. last year's squad.
the Esther Williams
captured .
did not like the fast track CkIn.g tel M' IllIClneinnut Burley. Punnlle and Boyor. Time-iM.
_____ _
trophy and Cuban champion- $ .n SOS "a-)
yesterday, folding up as the field I I
Errere-Werulle f. Bitten. Bum kitted la- -
hit the turn for home. ship this year. Cararretta. Bauaiholta.! B.t_. )llIIsr. 5l.ckw.U.
Nats Trim A's 4-3 .,.. ... Pirates BlankSt. SPORT SHOP
Victory as I So far in their Florida tour, Miller.- Stolen hlta. -bsss-Ad.mu Baumkolia. Till., Hiaa. BIMBO SBcrlflreeJohman. ru -- I
the girls have been attracting
Btarkwell. AdaaM. Double pl.y.Mi11rI.
WASHINGTON'AP[ ] An error by Philadelphia Short.. Brownies Blast capacity audiences. A crowd of A.....: Ad.., IB Miller le Heat; Haaa IBMiller Louis 3-0 28 L Church St. ""SronawoH! Jackson, Owiur" fhon 7044
.. .
Biaa. Left busn-ChIrng 3 Cla-
stp Eddie Joost opened the way for a seventh inning rally Cleveland 83ST. 3.500 saw the two teams play in cluatl 11. buss on ballt-off Lea I. oil Merer 20% DISCOUNT C.ATTHO. 10% DISCOUNTOn
St. while .. PITI'SBURGH tAPJ Lefty Fritz
: Petersburg
over 1,000 1. off Ertrkjon 1. aft Blackwell B'rark But-
by, the Washington Nationals who came from behind to de- saw the battle In Lakeland. .kr Laa I. br Blackvell I. Rite-eft Lea I ,. 7. Ostermueller pitched six-hit ball All Wilson ror :xteyeie Rod On All Standard
LOUIS [API Snapping a 1..1..... off Merer la t-J. aft Ruckus t In Sporting Goods and Reel Bicycles
the Athletics 4 3
fet to yesterday. yesterday as the Pittsburgh Pirates
Both managers were set on their *-a Hit It, Htcber-br Lee (Tollmer) VmplreiCeulin

Early Wynn, Washington hurler, weathered a three-. losing the St.streak Louis Browns at seven sent straight three, lineups. Sarah 'Lonette will prob- ..,..pltther-Lea.and Atlanrlinra Run.....-T.21J.Tina-2 houra.Lailni opened a long home stay with a
for 3 to 0 shutout win over the St.
ably pitch the Racine entry
Philadelphia outburst In the Cleveland pitchers to the showers Louis Cardinals.

second inning to go on and capture and Stan Spence's fourth straight in the seventh inning with a while Muskegon.Hutchinson will start for Jensen SuccessfulIn --HankOreerlberg returned to the 1947 ASSOCIATiONFJouARTER
seven-run rally and the
hit third straight triumph for single drove Grace over with the Indians 8.3 last night.walloped Pirate lineup and went hitless in I ==-

the; Nata. winning run.PNILADCLPMIA. CLlVU.II (A) I $1. LOUI. (Ala Goodwin's Ace Giant DebutNEW two tries, but walked twice. He I
c.f: I WASNIHITON (A) ) liii abrs kppeared to be favoring his right:'
Joe Grace hit a home-run in h ( sbe.s Petk.rf I 1 I 5 IDInlcrzo: I 1 I 1 IfltehlIl.ef YORK lAP Larry Jen-
y.Ie.1f 4S1IIGruar $12 ) I I I S'La4w' .,....., I S I V I Paces Tar Win elbow where a floating chip boneis HORSE
the!third to spark a two-run Nat ucis.1seIiu.r e iiai .1.t'I..rf I I I fllIt'k.1It I I 1 e IB sen, rookie hlght-hander, made causing trouble.IT. .

outburst and the two teams went ilMk 4aSSap.ns. S4)a <1udr'.a." 4 1 1 1 Ilft"lh.1t I 1 I 2 I his major league debut as a starting LOUIS (N) 1 PITTSBURGH (N) '!,
Blake.If 4IIlSIVanlb Issal FIln..n e I 5 '!Zarlll.rf I 1 I I '1u.n. Herman Goodwin of Orlando .
MaJeakllkBador.Xfc Se5Vm.l..Ib' .,.,, ......... hurler a successful one yes- .5,55.1 Vs5rllI.BcM'n.tib
aloig evenly until the seventh. I S I 4 1 I. .il. 1131 turned in a hole-in-one off the170yard the New York 4 5 4 I 1C"i.uI, I I 1 1 t
4111Prtddb 4113) G.I4.n.Ib I IllednlcllI' 4555 I terday by hurling
With Joost mlscued '_u. 41) $1Cwt.sa..s' 455)4 101.111 4 .1 I 11.1_.. 3 I I S S ninth hole here at Dubs- Dunll.f e. 1 2 Ruuell ef4We.tl.kert I. I I S
one out on Giants 2-1 victoryover I IBlightsrrt '
to six-hit. I
a K ikl Ik 4 I S I 1 1 I I
0.-... ellel. ... Sills ..... 1 1 S 1 I S
B. I S I E.rIl.l
dread Country Club yesterday to : SPEED
{Al :Svana' grounder. Wynn's: fly none,. 311011W_. 31151 -1.. SSFt.r.p, 11153W. the hustling Boston Braves. 8 5 I 1 *Graonb f Ik I I 11. I TRIALS
Ch.t'_.. I .... highlight Rollins College's 14-4 Moore rf I" 5 I IGu.tInsV3b, 4 5 II 2
o the outfield would have retired I S I SIrI. ff.p I .1bC* 11555BIk.p Willard Marshall provided the Hitler. .Ib I" S S Klnerlf 4 5 5 I 5
he side had Evans been thrown 1 1'1' : lIS.'f.r&p I IlIssBuin. win over the University of Florida 26-year old recruit with his mar- Mlrton.ll 3 5 1 1 IKI.tts.s: S S I I
---- ----- lISSil'tIrI 11511
It4 Grace then ,walked. Lewis' ToUU IS 11114 It l Tettlftailed II'n ITU G.-..... S ITtal. golf team.Goodwin gin of victory by clouting: Boston's a...... I S S I K.aIn.bI.b' I 1 5 8 2 !
1 I I 1.InI.
.!l _____ LMrks.5 2. S S Otter ller I
for CbrUtapber U *U number-two man on Florida Livestock Grounds
rnle scored Evans to tie it up. Charley Barrett for a two-run .. ISIIStGr.dcki.p I If Ii Exposition
12 I $24 II Tetala II $112113S.
See* by lonlnn: the Rollins team used t
number- I
Phlledelnhlt ___' ___ IN IM M-1 .-.,.. fer H... t. YthbaIkM a homer in the fifth inning. |
WeiMnito Ml M. 3Oz4ZrTrM.Cskey. In, Pat.. us VthIe.r. four iron for the ace. OITON (N) I NEW YORK (N) Tot... tl I, .fi| Toill 21 I, IT 11B

Once, Hum, Joeet. Kunibetted by__tn.d.gscI.ruIn.4 _: Pete Dye Rollins, and Lam- .bPhSs ibISS. I -filed aut foe Dlckwa la It* ,
4 to- .... 1. Veto. One.. Termo.'Lewll.peneet. III Ill IIISt. -) Rrtn.!b 8' I 1 IIII.U-.I.. 4 S I I 8 Score br InnlnnPlttiburih 2:30 P. M. MAY 17 18
1 Tm-kee. kite-Ttto. ,_\. floss rOre. LeuU. ____ __ ___ *M Ill tei-4 brun. Florida, both posted 75s to BelamrfHeppef 4111111g..y.n. 41111 SI.. II ._. ___ Ill Ill ,114I-I i i :
/ ,*. Dcxbl. .l re Jooel t* run UII) Mieiklke 1RltrhMolL: Kane. betted to-Fleerinc.Bltrhrerk tie for medal honors. 45 I I 'ITkoauBB,rf e. I I I _-_ ill Ill 5115EtTIIlIV ,
1. Bondree* Dllliiter. Uhner. lephene It Elll't.Sb e 5 I I Mlzo.lk 3 I I 5 I .
Suder I Fell ChrletBei .. VerMO. Buna kitted taSMIl.ke. <;yiUna. -
: t* Frlddy .. .. Dye and Goodwin defeated
Run Tov-bee
Left M bun.-FilIud.Ipll. 4. Wiehlnit. I. : Brfen.leeth. Kovelljf I. S 4 Maraball.rt I I I I S lIun'--O'.II.. Double pI.y-Gs.- ,
Earl .B ria-Bndr.u. PeeririreWoltf Lambrun and Vital 6 1-2 to 2 I' I I I. S I I ..
1-2. MUll ICaaper
Buee n. k.lU-off rioree .. elf W".. I. "crackat llne IB Bulntkl IB Greenbarc: COB BulniklIB
\ -.., Wrnn 1. ky Plums' 4. H lie-"off rioree Ins: Double 4Mueelted.1.W'lff.). Left Boudree e 5 It.-c.to FkmFleeilnf ..- and Knauer and O'Hara Rollins Terteeen.lb I S I 11 Gordon.lf: 3 I S I IyV4$55Vjg5,55$5 Oreenben Lon a* bawa-at. Leula. I. Pltiakurtb -. Eight Races Daily, featuring such famous horses as
ISIS.a.vu. ..
.. \ II to T Innlnn. elf CbrUtopner to L Peeeed ewl 4. St. Lrnilt ,. Buee w belle off Wolff 4.erf defeated Sikes and Lavin 7 1-2 .. I I 3V5 1'1_.... 3 5 1 I 2 BaM Bn ball*-aft Dlckm I. art OetorBMieller I '
b.U-Evuni. laelnf vllrner Floret.. I'nplreeReefer. 1. *H GradalcU 1. "truck BUI-*r Dirk- "Baby Sis"King Kleberg and dozens of others .'
Beerdrm 1. eV Potter I. 111..11It Wolff
Hubberd end Berry. TlM to 1 1-2. sNsIIi 15555 eon .. kt OitanBueller .. BIts-alt Dlcluoa II. _
I.MS. AtWwUnre L by Potter I. Hit*-oft Potter T la T Innlnfi.eff Karl,* I I I I S T ,........ off Gredilckt I la L Leelnc BltcherDlekiBB. the state's finest stables. '
Wolff i to 4 (nan* Oil to Ttb>, elf Bleck Ilu H representing
CpIrss-B.rIIrk. Gere and PiBBlll.
t Ditched I to one better)I.lIfferfll Betrden 1 to GERMAN CHAMP WINS TeUll 1 4I4 1] Total DSITI
COLLEGE BASEBALL 2-3. sri GmnHT 1 to 1 1-J. 1 In 1. HAMBURG [API Defendinghis -finned I Inc Barrett to Its
Rotlluk 22. Florida L Bit by ..1"Wlff. (DIIII..111' Srar by matt: About one school child in 15 in I PLENTY OF PARKING
Notre OBIIM 10. Indiana a.TannattBB plickee-Beard Winning pitcher-Fetter. LoelUber German heavyweight titlE.Hem Bate.) _.._ 444 Ill Me-1
J. Kantucky 2. lac -Elect. Tenhoff last night knockedout Ne_ Terkney __ Ill lie Ma-I the United States is handicappedby I IEI'
-.. ..... 5tata I, Aukvm ,. Challenger Richard Grupe in arn.r.-n., two ktWU..aU X.no some degree! of permanent or E Held under sponsorship of the West Orange V. F. W.
vhs 7. Dartmouth L Ral.... fl..s -ManbalL De ble pley-Elf- ,
Navy' 0. a.nn o.VillanavB Fort Lauderdale the third round. Grope was fought: t* MI** Loft *. beeee-Boatoa 4. >'* Tort temporary deafness.OUTBOARD I'I'p V
under rules Florida Horse Asso-
( 7. Bucknall 2. to his knees and rose too late to: 4 V Struck NIL'S y ,._ I. by Barrau I. BU.- I I I g Quarter Running
.... .
off Barrett 1 I. T I. off Rid I to I. Vm-
avoid being counted out. .I'-M..erllunll. BrnllB ead at..... m ciation.
Black Wins State Title MOTORS
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43 j toot schooner. formerly the rIa<<. TkB ely alr-condldoned hop dale High's baseball team last Rollins Scores Sixth Straight All Other Makes __ itUU PERSON. L\C. TAX 1.UU
IMp of the Club of Amer. E;:
Cruising Ia Central florida night ended Avon Park's winning BE SURE TO SEE IT!
lea now available for charter of
f1 ,. Rutland's Travel Bureau EOLA BARBER SHOPA. streak at 18 games and took the RALPH HAGOOD !
L. DieldBMB. Prop. Florida High School Baseball Win Over Washington & LeeThe J24 W. Fine fAt Orlando Weldlof

Telephone 2-0034 I 22 E. Washington St Championship by defeating them Phone S6S4 =
____ Complete Rrpalrt On All Makes
9 to 3. IiOOillllJlmlIIIIIII.1J1!
eight-man crew of the Rollins College Tars initiat.
It was a pitchers battle
throughout with J. C. Walker of ed its first intercollegiate rowing season since 1942 whenit

the; famous Walker brothers bat- defeated Washington and Lee by three lengths yesterday.
NOW You Can Safer with
Enjoy Motoring of Avon Park fanning 13. V
tery Rowing evenly over the choppy waters of Lake Mait-

men: Newton for Ft. Lauderdale land the Tars clocked for the QUALITY-EXPERIENCE
AUTO VISOR I were course of about one mile
eliminating nine batters by the
Jin 5:362 minutes. They took a< V V \
"LICKS FLORIDA SUN GLARE" same route and Weggeyant also, '
three length lead soon after the
for Fort Lauderdale chalking up, 'start and under Coxwain WestonEmery.s returning here May 25. REPUTATION
six strikeouts. Manning the shell for Rollins
Tr1 competent direction
: maintained the margin to the end. were; Emery, coxwain Dick Yard, V
LOW stroke. George Franklin. No. 7,

KILL HIS .It was incidentally the sixth Henry Moody. No. 6, Peter Shol- The big three in body and paint work. If
victory on Lake Maitland for
ley. No. 5, Palmer Tuthill. No. 4, i .

P-j __ COSTS FLEASTorment >" Rollins over the Generals in the Mal Graham No. 3, Sam Burch- your new car gets damaged you want the :,.

same number of starts. Almost ers. No. 2, and Calvin Beard, bow.
Dust : 500 spectators lined the lake For the Generals; Ted Bowie best repair possible. These repairs can be i1 j V

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The race was a tune-up for Silverstein No. 7. H. K. Hill No. satisfactorily only

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Bev//'s/ Triple Gives Senators Victory in 10-lnning Tussle/

Orlando, Florida! May 11 1947 gljf ftimfog &M.tinfl-frlar Page 9

Tops I DeLand Trims Intensive. Tinker Testimonial

Qrlando Wildlife Group To Oppose St. Augustine l Ticket Sale Gets Underway

'Palatka A'sIn lees burg Nine An intensive ticket sale campaign will get under way

Commercial BillsThe tomorrow for the Joe Tinker Testimonial Night baseball
Fishing Humbles FedsIn
between Orlando
rm W. U Pc .|Taam W. L. Pet. game Friday and Sanford.

DtLand Orland 14 11'10 ..53'Lmburs Sanford 12 12 13 13 480.480 14-3 3 Score Mrs. Page Bussells will head a special women's committee -

4-3 BattleLou powerful Florida Wildlife Federation backed by St. Sue. 14 14 12 19 .583.338D.: ,PilttkS Beach 12 4 22 It ..462CainTil 154Rttultt : By which will handle pre-game general admissionticket

throughout the State yesterday sales along with six dow
more than 16,000 sportsmen Wild 16-1 Tilt Ytrday -1

Bcvil smacked a long triple moved to oppose "vigorously and conscientiously" two ORLANDO Gainesville 4.4. Palatka Dayton 3 Beach 110 innings 3. ). f rslY' 'of! to The Sunday Sentinel-Stori town business firms.

Okeechobeeand DrLand 14. Lrraburi 3. DELAND -The DeLand Red I Tickets will also be sold at rIStatonStewart
. with one out and a runner on proposed legislation designed to reopen Lake .,.
Autuitin 16. Sanford I.T..I .
base In the last of the tenth the St. Johns River to commercial fishing. [Special to. The Sunday Scntinel-Stor] /'* G...... Hats walloped the Leesburg Pirates Tinker Field from today until the |

Inning to give the Orlando Senators -' ST. AUGUSTINE The Saints ORLANDO at ....sbur'. 14 to 3 here last night to keep game.
at their
In a resolution adopted DeLand at Palatka their record at home perfect recording i
4-3 win Palatka here
a over here members of the went on their wildest hitting and St. Auiustlne at Daytona BMch. 13th win Conrad I Reserved box seals sale
last night before 723 paying on-I meeting Oalnmllle at Sanford. their on are on ;
looktrs. federation called upon State rep- Grand Avenue scoring spree of the season here Field this season' without a defeat. at Williams Cigar Shop in the Clash for TitleJack

Bevil. hitless In four previous I resentatives and Senators to kill last night walloping Sanford 16 Team W.NATIONAL L.' Pet.tT.LEAGUE.... W. L Pet. Farkas on the mound for the 'i> Ancrbilt Hotel building. Box

badly : Brooklyn 11 6 .647 New York 7 S 438 Red Hats allowed but four hits seats are $5 earn, while general
trips and playing despite a to 1. St. Augustine batsmen belted
I' the two bills "as a necessary Hillcrest Win Boston 12' .32iPhirdflp, \ S 12 ...:zg until the ninth frame when two I admission tickets are $1 each. Staton Jr. and Conrad
sprained wrist nailed a fast offering measure in the aid of conserva- two Sanford hurlers for 20 hits Chicago .12' .632,Cincinnati > 12 .429
served up by Bill Lover "I Pittabch 5 I .S28St: ; Louis II 13 .278 singles and Campbell's blow over], Special tickets'ha,'e been pro- Stew t Jr., seeded first and sec
lining the drive to deep left center I Track Titles with Manager Don Anderson get Results YMtarday the left field wall accounted for vided for the game through the ond respectively by the tourna-

and scoring Craig Lybrand from '. The treat majority" of the ting five for five. New Brooklyn York l'Philadelphia Boston I 1. 2. the visitor's tallies. I courtesy of E. L. (IRoyl) Brewtonand ment officials will clash for the

first with the payoff run. people of this State, the resolution I Jim Ketcher after blanking PttUburttt 3. St. Louis 0. LECSBURI I DELANO the Brewton Printing Co.
Hillcrest's .5,55.
and .5,5cc'
Grand Avenue's girls
Cincinnati first annual Denmark JuniorBoys'
ft. Chicago
to 1.
The Azaleas had scored twice declared "are opposed Sanford with four hits left the Hi'g.i.2b. 4 5 S 1 : Oleseef 4 1 t 4 Entire gross ticket sale receipts
sale of freshwater boys were crowned grade T....,'* Gam. .. 5 .!II I I I r .1 Tennis championship todayat
in the the seining and I $ .hili. 4 1 1 5 after tax is deducted will to
and once in the sixth after his go
In the fifth game mates Probable
( and lost records
I school track champions yesterdayin won r........ 41115Wd.ll.'t-lftlllS 2 p.m. at the Orlando Tennis
for their
seventh to match Orlando's three fish. And' it the first annual meet conducted had piled up a 16 to 0 lead. Two la partheeeal: Vat. Jsteae.lt 4 S I 1 11"-.31'' 4 I I I I the Tinker Testimonial Fund,
interests that the commercial Louis at Pittsburgh (2>.-Burihart r.1I.3. 4 1 I 1 S )1 __.111 5 I III 5 which will be presented the famous Club.
earlier scores and send the game I' fish must be I by the City Recreation Depart I big rallies produced four runs for (0-2) and Munier U-2 or Pellet (l-3 TS. Psltst.rf 4 S S 4 1 .'IsleS. .. 4 1 I 1 IHarbl..I. old Staton gained the final roundby
Into overtime. taking of these | ment. the Saints and five in the sixth. Hubs ((2-1) and Roe (1-1) or Bahr ((2-1) I .. 4 I S S I '....311." 5 I I I S Cubs shortstop. I defeating Reed Morris 9-7. 6-4
Right-hander Joe Jones;, stopped. I Sanford's lone tally Lake's Boston at New York (2-AiD (3-1) and 5leTgtae.s 1 5 1 I SSt.Sraee" 4 24 S I Business firms handling general
Rookie The team scores were as follows: came on Johnson (1-0) ts AYers <0-2 and. Kennedy '......1..... S S S S 2YarIso.p. 4 5 I'S admission tickets: Berger's Tav- while Stewart eliminated Roger
struck out 11 Palatka batters and I Therefore" It stated "the Girls-Grand Ave.. 17; Marks and triple and Chiros' single off relief (1-2. eiiive.p 1.:1: .. ..-..)! S S S I .1 ;i Pharr by a 6-3, 6-4 score.
hits to post his third:' 'I hurler Rotunno In the seventh. Brooklyn at Philadelphia (2>-Chandler Tat.... 1' S S IIvs. ern. Jack Holloway's. Williams
eight Wildlife
gave up members of the Florida Kaley 15; Delaney Princeton, (0-01 and Taylor IO-OJ TS. Row (4-0) and Cigar Shop. Angebilt Cigar Stand. Winner of today's match will

victory In four starts. Federation do hereby resolve Hillcrest and West Central 12: SANFOKO I ST. AU6USTINC. Leonard (4lLChlraco .). ""it".1.\ uHlSfllI)4'ts l San Juan Cigar Stand and Green I be presented a trophy donated by
51,5,1.1| k r k t* a at Cincinnati (2>-Lade (1-0) I
Orlando pushed across one run that they are conscientiously... .. and.... Concord 9 and Lockhart 4. Boys: Rrrinl.MMaokl. 4S51'IJudb| alias and Wise (2-2) n. lieikl ((1-1) and Peter- I..burl by lusirgi: 1M 1M toSS : Tree Grill. the Denmark's Sporting GoodsCo.
In the first inning and added two I 'S a Hillcrest 28: W. Central 17: Kaley ...JkBrtd I I S 3 IJAadMBBi I' I 4 I an (1-1) l..r4 III "I 55.ItErwuS.bn'os I .
take ..rf a a I a SKri| .-.I" a I a .
in the second to an I. Good. TVsddrlL Runs batted :
more 15 Princeton 14 Marks St 13 !
: : : Nitm.ifLaan'a.rf I e5IS1.rpin.silf 1155 AMERICAN LEAGUE IB-CuirbtU .. AIM. t. HiclMrk M. ....... REDS DROP TWO
early lead they held until Palatka Delaney 11%! Grand Avt.. 8 and t5CCSWIikm\ .. ISIS 1 T...,, w. L. Pet.IT..," W. L Pet. slain llalrk. Vfsi I. H.-L Tee ..... hits- A Good Place To Fish
knotted the count In the seventh. Lockhart 5'/'a. '......If 4 1 I S 51.hn..s,35 4 I 2 I II I Detroit 10 7 .588 New York 9 a ..529IChlraio I Aires S. 1'1'.11.' ....* S. M 1'..... T,". Timeshas. CINCINNATI (lAP The Cincinnati -
balls 1klraa.IbHllwrawlb 4 1 S I III|HuhM.rf 4 I I I I 11 8 579 Boston 10. .:.52HWaahftBit I "It-COts HMM ,.a----t'niptwIL. floltarriflo Reds yesterday optioned two OAKLAND
Lybrand drew a base on :, Results of the meet with winners In 1 I 5 I r sISuehwrf 1 4 I I I S T 5 .53 Phil"drlp'ia 711 .389 --'""" '". $ -)"....... lImb) plinKilirr 'rookie pitchers to Minor
In the first with bases loaded the positions 'Indicated: Zuha. I. I I IIKMebrraIJRnitiiuHiB. 4 I I I I Cleveland I 7 .533,31.; Louis 'l 13 .30: I I. Oliver I. ramphrll.; Rms I* Cinrrk toPMVS. League
by Rex Throop andWQerry ,, Girls' events: Dtrwart.ftRlcktrMd. I' 1 I 1. I STilh Moults Yut.rd"lf N Run Mr bill.-off HWBUik 3. off Clubs. Righthander Herman Weh- FISHING DOCK
after singles Stilt Race: Mickey Keesllnc (Concord: 1SSIIU'uffer.p SillS New York 9. Boston 8. ,,011.., I. off Tseor. i. .ff Farkn 1. Mnrk Ml meier went to Syracuse of the International "
Manning an dan error by -( Orwbb iDelaney) Hearn (Kaley; Lowry 1 ( M .. .. 0. Lake Apopka"BoatsBaitMotors
\ Washington 4. Philadelphia 3. :- 0" S. by FarkM t HI! -off flnmltk I
HillereO); Ellla (Drlaney). I la 1 1-1. aft League and SouhpawKen
walk In the first mark- Detroit :5. Chicago 2. la S J-1 Innlno. aft OIKr
<<.oven. to f :50-Yard Dash: Cleon Anderson (West Total S3 1 III fl| TottU 41 II .1 271* St. Louis. a. Cleveland 3 (night Tirira 2 la 1. slit by pCI-bee-by Onset (1kl" Cl.- Polivka to Memphis of the I
ere Central; Elmer Grand An.h Cooper A-BaUfd for 111I...... .. ttk.ftrora Wild .ltrJan---.OlI. Tifir S. Patwd kills John Cramlinf. lof< Red Abreu drew a walk and : } (Princeton); Port Delaney); Carmichael by laalBs: Yoday'a Games -.ll............ ",. ....- .. Swiss plirkrr. --l.... ... I Southern. Assn. I
I I I (Concord Time: 7.4i ftaafard. __ *,. 555 1111 Probable pitchers (won and lost records uiiim 11.1t...". H moved to third on Jones' single ", i Standing Broadjump: Carol Wiggins ",. AucniuiB* 111 Itt UiII In parentheses:
and Centerfielder Gomez',rror on I Hillrrest): Dean (Delaney: Olddena Scram; ,"" _, Prser. .. l (Grand Ove): Watson Princeton: Kvello Rrraat. A..w_ "'Ila.., luau .belted I I.: Trout U-li: Ts I.e. (2-01 and Lopat 12-11.
the play to set up the two second I Marks Bt). Distance: 7 feet. 2'4 tnrhr II..._. ... wilt,.. Knrbfr .. Jude 2. ..It.... Cleveland at St Louis-Imbrr: U-2) vs. Matches Scheduled :
Inning scores. Manning who collected -I' Sheets Lansing Softball Throw: Katherln Brlner (Ka ". ....... AadP__. '..I.... T>.-ku kl ': II.... Kramer 3-0)). I|
Icy,; Norris Marks): Simmons Hillcrest; ...... Iln....... ".11"... Thw .kaw Situ: Uk.. New York at Boston-Sevens ((2-1) TS '
three hits in five tries, dou- the Boatwrltht (Grand Ave); Bailey (Delaney). ....... Same: ABrirnnB I. KarBlBuki.. Judy, Fine H-lI. ,'I' In Orlando TennisClubTourneyToday
bled to score both runnera.Lybrand' vigorously opposed to passageof Distance- 132 feet 1 Inch. wu"... ,"" HaerUim' : ......... AnOrnum.llmiM Philadelphia at Washington 1Z: -.San.e'
bills 198 and 243 and (Kale) Dike | ((0-2 and Fowler (2-2 TS. Hudson U-0)
the sixth House Crab Race: Ann Rogers : plan: Krlruar I. AadrrnoB ). Krlmlv.Utt .
error their companion Senate bills." (Lockhard); Cooper Pitnctoni,; Ewing M law: ManIacS I. S-. Auaurtla *. B.M ... L and Masteraon (1-1). _
paved the way for Palatka's first (Concord): Moore (Hlllrrest Time ,... balls erf kMrkwr 1. Btnrart. 1. Falloa t.HI ,
With two aboard and One of the two bills both spon- ;I 200-Yard Shuttle Relay: Marks St. ruck sot. br ESther t. stevos 1. Fallen (. I! LAKE.ORAP4GELEAGUE l .
two runs. (Matthews. Russell. Pierce Brlgmond): : Tam. W. L. Pct.Tam, W. L Pet.
sored by commercial fishing Interests Banian I. Pufltr 1 Hiu. fltt H( wait Ia Iftaaings Clarence Varner, Orlando's tennitplaying
two out. he booted Napoles' roller Grand Av*.. West Central. Princeton. : II and I ...... Off Kctcbn IBiBBiBca. II Mt Dora 401 OOOW,: Park 2 2 ..SOUUmatllla I I
and enabled the Azaleas to load in the Okeechobee-St. Time: 31.2. I, 4 mad I nin Off lISsome IB I IB- 3 1 .7SOClermont 1 3 .250 recreation supervisor
Johns area. would nullify all penalties Boys': events- alum 4 and 1 nut Off Farm IB 1 innIng Sand W. Garden 3 1 .750 Ocoee I 3 .250 was standing all alone in the
the bases. Big Al Pirtle. who batted Stilt Race: Robert Cooper (Kaley): Bun- I ma. Pawed balli: tub.*. Balk. Fallm.WUiBln Apopka 3 1 .750| ustis 0 4 .000 bracket while the
and remainder -
in all three of the A's runs for violation of game I nell Princeton; Thomas Prlaceton); 81- pitcher. Katehvr. hialnt pitclm. KHchrr.lofiat Zellwood 2 2 .::1001I ; fteml-fmal;
fish commission regulations on monton Hillerest; Edwards Kaley. Bltrkcr. 8t...'". I'..........: Since and Today's Game of the annual Orlando

I singled Palatka two scored runs home.the tying run In Lake Okeechobee and the StJ I i, Hillcrest High Jump); Vlckery: Holmon Delaney(Hlllcrett): Lucas)): Lane and Lovely Tim of game f.Ik. I CmatUla Zellwood at at Mount Winter Dora.Garden. Tennis Club's Men's Handicap THE TROPICAL SUIT THAT"BREATHES" FRESH AIR *T;

f by Johns River. The other Is a "bill Peadln (West Central. tied. Height: 4 feet. Clermont at TavaresApopka Tournament field was preparing;
opened .
seventh. Quesada
the which would 6 inches at Winter Park. to stage first and quarterfinalround Tar
drawing a walk. but waa thrownout of definitions" 50-Yard Dh: Bob Peadln (West Central Oeoe at Eustls. club
matches at the local
; fine such terms "salt water"rede-I ): Vlckery (Delaney); Thompson Winter Garden
after Gomez
at third by Throop "fresh water." (Princeton; Austin (Grand AT*.): Thomas FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL' LEAGUE today.
single to center. After Na- [ (Princeton). Height: 1 feet. 4 Inches Team W. L. Pet.I Team W. L Pet. Varner. with a handicap of -
out. Pirtle hit Both Lake Okeechobee and St. Running Broadjump: Austin (Grand Havana 23:1: .821iW.P'lm, B. 13 16 .448
poles had grounded Ave> Fowler (Hillcrect); Holdon (Marks three bisques downed Bob Yates I Ii
I Johns are now "legislatively" classified ; Tampa 2011 645 Ft. LeaSe 13 11 ..419 1 j
' a line drive to short left. Gomez ,' I Bt); Davis (West Central); Thompson Miami 16 11 593: Lakeland 11 20 .35$ i 6-4. 6-4 in a first round match I
scoring from second after Garrison salt water. (Princeton)I. Distance: 15 feet 3V* inches Faces Umatilla Miami B. 14 16 467.St. Peter 9 20 .310 and then eliminated Jack Saxton. !
Copies of the resolution were sent Pole Vault: Lane (Hillcrest: I
bobbled the ball. (Hlllcrt.tDula) (Delaney): Corum Moult YMUrday t 8-6 6-1 to enter the semis. Sax- j
Leesburg fora to members of both the House and Princeton): Williams (Lockhart) and Miami at Havana ppd. wet rounds. I
Orlando travels ton had previously won over '
Senate. I Kelly (Delaney) tied for fifth. Height: Tampa Ft. Lauderdale 0. ,
game with the Pirates at Vene- B feet. 4 Inches. The third week of play in the W. Palm Beach 4, Bt. Petersburg 1. Roger Pharr. 6-0 6-0.
and Earlier In the session both bills 200-Yard Shuttle Relay 'Mark Bt. Miami Beach 12-4, Lakeland 3.INTERNATIONAL .
tian Gardens at 3 p.m. today received a verbal pummeling from (Holt Conley. Cox. Orau; Kaler. West Lak,-Orange League swings into I I George Wirkham, with three 12TJBV ,* &] .
Bevil has named Ed Fragale. rookie Central Lockhart. Hillcrest. Time: 28'. form today with the ray's top LEAGUE moved into
bisque handicap
several federation delegates. '
to make his first I Team W. L Pet.lTe.am W. L Pet.
righthander I Dr. R. M. Sheetz. .of Coral Gables game probably being scheduledfor I Jersey C. 12 6 .66iToronto| 9 9 .500 I the quarter-finals by beating
start for the Senators. The Sena- Montreal 9 6 .6OO,Baltimore 8 12 .400
Winter Garden where JimMobley's I Robert
I Robertson 6-4. 63. and
for vice-president of the Dade Tars Maul Gators Syracuse 7 S .583 Buffalo 6 10 .375:
here Monday night
tors return I I County Sportsmen's Club and past I nine plays host to Rod- Newark 10 a 556Rochester, 712 J68 will meet the winner of the
another with Leesburg.
game OMLAN6I president of the federation told ney Miller's hustling Umatilla Result Yesterday Jack Staton Jr.-Reed Morris
sbr.. .! Orbsa the meeting he was "inalterably" In 22-6 Contest squad. Both clubs are deadlocked Jersey Newark City 12-7:S. Toronto Montreal 20.1. match.
I Si I lm.11 S SItS I'
QuwadatkIWmarf IIl4lIMan.hiS.th 11511 opposed to the two measures. with Apopka in a three-way Syracuse 12. Buffalo 2. First round matches In the

KatolMkPlrU I I I I IIMeCBTik I I S 1 I Porter Lansing of Sanford. president GAINESVILLE tAP] The [ tie for second place. Another top- Roche.t.n 15. Baltimore 3. lower bracket are as follows: Glen
..rtTtoliMr I I I I tlGuriMm.ltTotals I I I I I I Rollins College Tars swept the I notch clash is scheduled for Mount I I
of the Seminole CountySportsmen's SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE Wilson Walter Hudson Burl
.* I I I S .lLbrsnd.ss I 1 1 I I'' second contest of their two-game vs. ;
Dora where the undefeated Mount T* am W. L. Pet-ITeam W. L Pet. "
Mcranr I 1 StIK.vU.Ib II 1 1 I Club, declared pas Howard vs. Dan Reis; Dr. Fred
69.2 Savannah U 13 .480
18 8 :
series with the Florida baseball Columbus I
Valdaa.KI 4 S 1 4 Ilr..d.tf I I I I II Dorans will try to add win .
>....... I I I IIAIInoI.. I 1 512 I sage of the proposed measures I team by handing the Gators a number Jack'Tille 13 11 56SMaeon, 11 15 .423 Turner vs. Mercer Henry: BertI
'. ..."'".. .11 _. 4 I I 1 I would be "a death blow to con- five at the expense of Zell ( Augusta I" 11 SSOCharliton 11 15 .423 I Siddall vs. the winner, of the Bill
22-6 defeat here .
-r yesterday.Flonda wood who boasts I, Columbia 12 13 480 GreenVlle 10 15 .400
a .500 record to
servation. Baer-Joe Guernsey match and ,
llllil| Tattl IT I TM tt I I took a short-lived lead Result Yesterday
.. "Our of fish Is date. Charleston 7. Jaeksoavtlle S. Cot Cole vs. Billy Windham.I I
-on* wt h i luln nu Kr4 crop game sparse by scoring three runs in the first I
Apopka will journey to Winter Savannah 4 Columbia 3 (11 innings) --- ---I II
Rear* ky_ taanlplriiatka .21 i" -jOTUBO enough now he >aid. "without inning. The Tars came back in Greenville 13. Macon 3.

--m-..-- -_ 1J* M* M* 1-4 It throwing out the welcome mat for the second with nine added two Park to face Bob Ivey's club Augusta 10, Columbus 7. I )'*ni 1.. Tm-bu bit* Zander. Tb.......... alls.- i
Errvn-.Lmr. I. 0-... Ttuliiwr. Taldat. Ukraad. commercial netters." while Clermont moves over to Ta- SIlOS, rilli kL Home runKnmaa.. Hosg Ftixi i,
AUTISM. a- ... BUBS .k ttd IB-l more in the third four each in I and Ocoee AMERICAN ASSOCIATIONResults xi. KieririrRanbr: : Left us bunDiruo
....... aiamtat I. Flftl I. ....... Twks.a alt- I the fifth and six and to make It vares sees action on Yesterday Bearb. 4. RMITIII| I. RIMMM billt-.-off FInch.
,. Thraa-kai Ml-RvrU. Ttaukl BtaOaan MIAMI tAP] R. K. Bell counselfor the Eustis diamond. Kansas City 9. Indianapolis 13. J. on Pallighan 1. Hook ea' -b,. rim T.tiy .
safe pushed three additional -
across !
I* Nival**. I-aft is bu.-FaIitIs I. Or- i I Minneapolis 4. COiumbus 3. I (irallighan I. Wild Bltebrineh.. Pissed bill i !
land* ia BIM M kalla-art JOM* 4. ff l *n Lake Okeechobee commercial tallies in the seventh and St. Paul I. Toledo 7. -Lelahirt. Winning eltrher--('.r.u....... 1...- 4. V fI
4. Utrwk MM_fcr J_ Ik kr !Ann'. nu krBltrk fishing Interests said today they I eighth. I Gator Trackmen Cop -- ---- leg pltehfrMnrb. tstplPes--Wisutw. Uoblcy.Bolkn. I II
I r_by Lnt-s (TaraM). Wild .llck-lrn. I TlaM- .I:(i..
were planning to appeal to the Tar pitcher Covello limited the Rollins Netters I

United States Supreme Court a I Gators to five hits while his mates 86-31 1 Meet From Miami I .,- I
Be to visit decision of the State Supreme I collected 16 off three Florida | GAINESVILLE tAP] Closing 'Trounce StetsonDELAND '\ = -' LUWALU1NU :
sure ,
Court Friday upholding an orderof I hurlers out their regular track schedule I I :

the Florida Game and Fresh Rollins 092 044 120-22 16 4 I; the University of Florida Gators tAPl Paced by Enrique \ ;;fr-' : -J

ORANGE.FISHING Water Fish Commission closing Florida 300 100 101- 654 i i defeated the University of Miami. Buse. National amateur champion [ ,r, V

Lake Okeechobee and the St. Johns I Covello and FcBeyde; Stangry, I 88 to 31. here yesterday to push of Peru. Rollins netters yesterday : .. V.- )(55lATCH

River to commercial operations.Bell Spicola [2J.] FcRae 17) and Barnes I j their record to three wins against I swept four singles matches CANOES JJIii- : ,

LODGELOCATED said the high tribunal will V Walker 61. I two losses for the season. and two doubles engagementsto .

be asked to determine if the Game I trounce Stetson, 6 to 3. forfnmpt ,, ,-
ON LAKE Commission ruling is "held super- Buse defeated Dave Caton of --

APOPKA BETWEEN ior to legislative act." He said it 'Chuck Aleno Paces FSL Hitters the Hatters 10-8 6-0, in the.fea- 'eIivery :

also would be asked "if a man hasa ; tured singles contest. FABRIC
OCOEE right to rely on the acts of the Other results with Rollins players listed -

Here In a bc!'utlful Mttioc of palms Legislature of the State or if he Baumgarner Leads Loop Hurlers first: .
I Copeland defeated K Purt* 57. 8-1. ,
U a Lodge that will excite every must determine himself the con- I 1-4 Burke lost to Zipper. 6-4. 6-4.; Wind-
fisherman I heart. No expense has stitutionality of legislation." I bam defeated Robertson 11.1; Robinson I (CiQ
been spared to provide the newest SILVER SPRINGS-Producing 11 hits in 23 trips featext W Puns 8-6 6-1; Rickets ()WDS A
and best In modem acuities and lost to Head. 6-1 6-3.
equipment. Yet price are reason through the week ending with games of Wednesday night, Bus and Windham (oil defeated Caton

able. Here are just a few of the May 8, DeLand's Chuck Aleno and K. Purts (S) 6-4 3-6. 6-0 Copeland
= indication
many attractions available: gave every that and Burke (R) defeated Zipprer and Robertson Over 8000
he is the man to beat for the Class D Florida State League (8) 6-1 6-3; Ransdell and Robinson .
co-- (R) lost to W. Purtx and Head tI)). LOT: Oif
EXCELLENT FISHING batting crown for 1947. < i 113.. already In use '1.

NEW BOATS AND MOTORS In zooming last week's .450
coff had won six out of seven, and
EXPERIENCED GUIDES mark to a bristling ,458. Aleno they had four .300 or better slug- Gainesville Wins 1
displayed punch and power to gers in the line-up. j Proved stronger harder to puncture VILIEA'U' KE
C NEW TACKLE _acIN=ftaWorld's spare, for he also was leading the Grover Hartley's Daytona Beach, On Fazzio's Homer than any other type.
leep in homers
NEW ULTRA-MODERN five in Islanders lost all seven games V 25% to 50% lighter.
COTTAGES Finest fishing, doubles with eight, and in hits played through the week. [Special to The (,lJI'I with 38. 'I( GAINESVILLE Southpaw Unsinkable) with full load. INTO' SUMMER

WITH ALL-ELECTRIC is Guides His nearest rival The week was hlgh-lighted.
was Leesburg's Ralph Finch tossed one home run Self-righting when capsized.
I fill KITCHENS Doug: Johnson who had a satisfac- too by the year's first no-hitter I I ball too many here last night and I

l' NEW RESTAURANTS id Tackle tory .408 after 18 games of play. but it was only a seven-Inning I dropped a close 4-3 decision the No corrosion. V i

DeLand's spurt into first place affair DeLand'i Jose Peres I Gainesville G-Men as the Daytona 13 13, 17. and 19 ft. models. nAI "
S PACKAGE STORE came after a week in which the made It fire straight victories I Beach Islanders dropped their I -

Red Hats won six out of seven without a loss when he turned Choice of colors weights. UUith
I 11th Northcool
straight in
NEW BAR game. a Tropic
tilts, eight of them in a row before back Daytona 4 to 0, without a Manager Myril Hoag of the Gs I Models with flat stern for out. jour .
PAVED ROADS INSIDE they bowed to the fourth hit. last Sunday. I
place and Al Fazzio. shortstop clouted board motor. possession-you have food reason to enjoy i
CAMP GROUNDSWords Gainesville Q-Men Wednesday Hottest hurler continued to be fuorlbasers and Fazzi ''s blow in I

dont do our place Justice but night. I Jack Baumgarner. Leesburg. who I the eighth won the game for the Come in See for i summer to the fullest. Northcool lets yon "rest t
Highlighting the week today. -
to lee is to believe. Frankly we ending had seven victories and only two G-Men. yourself

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Page 10 ttltt &unhnJt &rnttntl- 'tnr Orlando, Florida, May 11 1947 I Slow Stocks Medics RuleGunplay

I Major League Averages Top Racers Suggs Captures Session Ends Solon

Tb* rarer* bebw. tatted* Xu g..e* played NATIONAL LIACUC CLUB RATTING Enter Regatta Losing Week Mentally III

IIq f. J4?. Club IASRND3INrISIPSP0101
AtIICAN uuur c.lu. ATTINICIvb ._ IS IV M 117Bmkln 13 I 11 71 ,27 Southern Meet MARKETS AT A GLANCE OKLAHOMA CITY tAP Ad-
N23Irb4PLCieais 71 4* .!"
SAl 14 441 124 IS 1 7 NEW
Welaka YORK
S. 4.,4: ..t 11* II I II 00 .S7: \
"stI$1131 S4,3alI.dslpii !\ Trk U Mln'l .rlc* Chancel Barren.ONOSi mitting "I've just had a little taijp.
14 SSS M 111 XI 4 8 M .t<7 "'hllum..U 471 71 121 II 1 II 7* .IM
*.) __ W 7 M .S M I t II .S4IcUilWd tMiajutl. ..I* .t* II 151 M I 1* T4 ..ISSI. I ISoecwi to The Sunday Sentinel! StarJ I COTTON Quilt Irrtiularj tame July rail 1847 lmprsvl.aanlractIn ble finding the spot I belong ln."
.._ 1311S44102212114.24S I ...... IS lilt .11 111 17 1 4 M- .1S4I ATLANTA [UP) Georgia's '_.nlll.
81. iZu _- 14 J?l 41 1!) It 4 14 M 141hetTUlt 1 ttHI.4.r 17 541 M 141 UN. I 71 .211 WELAKA Outboard racing mighty mite. Louise Suggs out- CHICACOlWMIATl $ Gaunt Jimle Scott who returned
U4tU1l444l3lte : L.li 14 III 14 11 IS J 11 8* .21 drivers from Florida and Georgia '
Waab; big era* praaaacl from 30 months service with the
II 11 TS IM: SI a 14 *. n I drove and outputted her fellow .... ... _
will compete here at 1:20 pjn. CORN i Wok. .. -ItC .t.
Tara I P. A I OJ P' today for top honors in the Georgian. Dorothy Kirby. to capture OATS Weak, Influence 47MOC23WIn4n.IIy lrir Army in the Pacific to become a

LCA.uTci.Ul flllOIXB Kmnkl/B .It 'IT' .11 ,.0 51 ....182Pt. Sportsman's Lodge Outboard Mo- the 32nd annual SouthernWomen's I train*. State Representative from Holden-
Chi ro A LOP pc. '-Ie IS 44 1.1 II II ....1 Golf Tournament 5 and ilaady.CATTLEl
Wuuntua __ 11 ilia 1St 4 11 ."! Pftaborik. .11 MX III"" 11 II .11 tor Regatta over a marine oval Nwninally ttttdf. ville Okla, yesterday was judged
__ 1S 84* 141 0 II ._ ....* *.. .3? IIIJI It It ..T4 on the St. John's River. : 4 yesterday over the East Lake :
STctrT ____ 14 413 IM 4 II .... cbs,... IS 441M '1.1 If 15 .'7J Mabry Edwards of Jacksonville. Country Club course here. I I NEW YORK IAPJ The stock I II A mentally ill after shooting of State
permt __ >' US i"4 I ii ."* KoMMillajciimart .ISIM: III I' It ..... '
I Litle Louise of Lithia market yesterday finished a generally Ii 4 Sen. Tom Anglin on the floor of
.4PMUdeliMt national Class B Springs.
K..IM nn-_ II 4TI II 10 .11 4"1 lIS 11' 11 ..1110. champion. heads -
? S4 TIlt U .31 JI7 It 21 .40 :-.4 139: 554 :1 II .5. the list of prominent drivers from i Ga.. was too consistent for the I losing week with mild irregularity i| the Oklahoma Senate.

It. t-I.* II 14 4I 43 H'14t U II :1 t .n.171 TorkTnato p1i-Pttzbuv ,'two States who will compete lanky Atlanta golfer) and ended prevailing in one of the Three physicians found Scott

NATIONAL LIASUt INDIVIDUAL' RATTING for the cash prizes put up by For- the match on the fourteenth hole slowest and narrowest sessions of was victim of paranoia described

AMERICAN IIAGUC INDIVIDUALA77IMO N ICODIPlayv rest Wood. owner of Sportsmen's of the afternoon round. The Georgia the past several years. j as a dangerous type of insanity

Play* 4 Club IAII PteoKOS N 3b Ib br rM >k P*. |La,...,..4 B'Club.,. CAIN ItltOOllllOMTutor. H 2535 SOrOSsOPt. Lodge. links stars both former Southern The ticker tape loitered from ,' -'--..:.....- and County Judge C. J. Blinn

Pnl*. rblla.* I80t l4l7WAn. | Bklr' IIOIOIIIOIM* I Among entries are several members titleholders: were all even at the start of the final session. i BABY NEARLY 16'PO NDS'T BIRTH: Aden Brown Thoma- signed the commitment order
Cbitiis 8 :J' 11 1 0 8 0 .581 3 I 20SSS.047 :
Cvailwrt. rine. the end of the first 18 holes Plus signs had a shade the ma- >
of the Florida yes- places the veteran In the
.4 14 4110 I 4 .ls II1SI S ... Outboard Assn. :
La rt$. 1M.I.* 140dI.7.P4II. IS Jr.
riB. B..M 0110. 10M (........Itr. Pit. 2IIISIISS.5SI of Orlando. including the Harood terday morning. Jority at the close. Transfers of son nestling in the arms of his mother at Stanford, Ky., care of the Veterans Administration -

ell*_'" III. U 7 1 3 I S I I .12" *11I*,... PI,,. 4 4 I S S SI ..SMHadltr. brothers. Johnny ,I 240.000 shares compared with weighed 15 pounds 15 and a half ounces at birth. Mrs. which will send him to h06-
Westbrook.: H. O. : a
..... Cklraf 170301 I ..411I..oi. B'III,. _. I 4 1 2 S I 10 .&0S 250.000 last Saturday and were a
1\..... It 41 111 I 0 I 7 J .41.DtWtr 1111.115." Bklja 1* 21 I I 1 I r 1* I .4MRiMwrt. Purdy. Gene Meaders, Elvin Pearl Dorothy Judd Thomason, 41 was not surprised She weighs 340 pounds. All pital.
1 U 1. I' 41 It 2T 4 0 '88 .411BloU Pklla.* ._ S I I I I SI .4i and Joe Swift.Victors : minimum since July 29, 1944. The I
PhIL 14 M 7 tt 8 1 8 I 4U Kalkar B"klr 44113I I""0 111 .417 week's\ aggregate of 3,702,771 of her 13 children were large at birth. [AP Wirephoto] Scott shot Anglin also from

>>11II1.. DetNlt! 1144 814 8 0 4 1..11 ".1. Bwuaj 421 1111 S 41 ..417RmtiM. Gains Semi-Finals I Holdennlle. and
ApplUf.. Ckttaio 11 M t JI' 0 l' 1 .375 Pitli. 14 SI 11 24 I 1 1 11 .414 ; shares was a low for a six-day Wednesday
UkMT. 8U. L. 11 U 8 0 1 t 0 I 1 .11BdM RI.II_. S.T. I It 871 I II ..111HttiM Red Hats, stretch since the period concluded Thursday pleaded innocent to a
> I April 7 1945. In the previousweek's charge of assault with intent to
iHrhcik. 111. I.. 8 14 I I' 0 1 1 1 .U7 dr. XT. I I 1 1 I S II .IMRIIMT. Turtles Win/ Contests final round of the annual Ladies II I
W.''-- NT. 8141810 I 1 ..157WUIUao. X.T. _,12 U II 11 I I ISIS ..IMH 'I', volume was 4,328,820 I Closing Stock Quotations 1 kill. Anglin received a flesh
*10l. II 81 II'" 1 0 I II .14% "BM*. ..._ _.11 II I* 2* 8 S S II .12 The Victors. Red Hats and Tur- Ladder Tournament at the Or- shares. wound in the hip.
UKMW X.T. .14 U III 8 I 1" ..144Inn l'01.lI.PtItl. 34 I I I IS HITS I lando Tennis Club this week by
iMtnH 4 If' I' I .14* Ulwblltr, IhnlM 27 I 10 1 I II .17 ties were the winners in the Or- Associated Press 60 stock 1- STOCKS IN THE SPOTLIGHT H... High Law Lat Dr. James H. Parker. Veterans

n_.... 0fl IT'S ,1t 8 I S 7 .JMHwk. ,...."... ("*10. 11 42 I IS 7 I I II ..117R. lando Boys' Club Baseball League I defeating Peggy Yates. 6-1. 6-1. composite was up .1 of a pointat j f NEW YORK |IAI'I| 1.1... ClOsing .Ica.nd S
,..'t.... f1$4$10101.U3 riltoxt. BO.IMI IS S7 12 2* 4 S S 1* ..IMHlauikltr. ; triple-header at Exposition Park I II and Mrs. Katherine Johnson Mc- 62.1 but on the week showeda nat chania al the 15 matt actlva ttacka" ,... ....afew. Rtoret ....... 2 21 20'%! 21 Administration psychiatrist, Dr.
) -'- I I S I I S 1 1.233 MU1ISIIII4 I II .11 Dermott. 6-3. 6-1. : tardaylCaen Schenlry Itu:il .....28 28'. 28 28-", John S. Pine and Dr. George L.
....11I. .rblla.* 401110 I 1 ..113Kalrtt BmaiMia.. COns. II 71 II 21 8 1 I 41 .131 y terday. net loss of .9 of a point. Vull... 7.000--14','. plus '.. Heart Roebuck. ......18 33S 33V, 33S
... rklla. 881110 I I O.mriek. I Doris Kruse and Mrs. Louisa .......... 12 Borecky examined Scott intensively -
Hop* Bai'M U"'IS I" I 81 .131Padirtt. The. Victors won. 7-2. over the I Only 557 issues registered on I Packard 8,400S'. 011I..... 'i. Senel ISO 2 12 12 I
ri...*iu4 ,11 4t 454 a t I 4 o .i::7 Phlla. 112 141 I IS ..131Mutia. i Baer will play a quarter-final Camwlth S.... Shell I mon Oil ..... 6 2S<4 26'. 26* for 40 minutes before all f fIf
the bottom 4. 5.3002
Mil. B.t. .11101131 1 8 2 I .121B P11U 8 11 3 4 1 I 4 I ..131Wlitalnan Senators. while the Red Hats I day a since Sept. minuss. ",,,..I.;, Oil ........ 6 1514 15- IS'. I
...... Itrl .11 47 8 11 8 0 I I I .11* i round match to determine Mrs.Judd's 1943. Of these 196 167 fell I Sacany-Vac 3,'00- 15'. n.. If' three agreed Scott was mentally
PttL I J! 1411 I II .131rtMUimik. : shaded the CUbs. 4-3. and the I rose, Sorony Vac"nm .......7 1SU; 1S', 15'. |
WrilM. C...,.... II 41 :X II 1 0 I 4 4 ..117M ) .. (*3. I' : I I S I' .133: I II top-bracket opponent in I and 194 unchanged Rxy-*n.Rbln. J.10010't plus 's.sun.hrn. SouAmG&P ...... 2 3" 3>.. 3Sou -,
.....kf. 1-hUa. 1' IT 7 U I I I S 0 ..111Fala. Turtles eked out a 3-2 win over were I Mnz 3.100n.*. sick.Scott
3alkOS.VIse. III1I4 5 II.133
0 .USHiiUbUHM. the semis. Mrs. Baer eliminatedEva I On the Lion Oil Sid Oil NJ, 3.100-71'.. aim .. I Cal: Mtana: ..... 2 32* 5151"t, j I asked if he could think
h1lI. .15 14 1 17 I 0 >all__. ('8*. 3 3 I 1 1 S I' ..131UrtBiilaa. the Gators. Two games are schd- day was up 1 Southern Pacific .... 1 38'. 311'. 3.'.
M. 8 11 1 4 I I I 1 1 J.4 .. I Caton. 6-2. 6-0. Dacca R.....".. 3,000-15', m.Schanliy of
CTlL 1 1 II I S 48.131 tiled I 2 3-4 at 49 1-4 a new 1947 high Ooutbrrn R/ ........ l' 34 34 34 any motive or impulse that
0....... Phlla.. 0 11 1 4 0 S I I .MZ I aiarrnta. ('53. 1SMI1I1 I I' .11 for 3:30 p.m. tomorrow the Other matches scheduled to be Diilill. 2.800-28'.. IM. !
UU. m. Lwl. IS M 0 14 1 I I 1 ..litKtim. r.. n.S.T. .5345 654 1 I J 51 ..127TorI. Victors playing the Yankees and in further response to a splitup Int Papar. 2.SOO---4J'. plus '.. isPsrs Withina .I' I 54 SK Sl % made him shoot the Senator said
12. 8 12 t I I I I ..IMOutlaw. played are Greta Staton vs. Edith I Cull Oil. 2.400---42'10 immn I.. !-l.>erry Corp ..... 2 19% 19S 194Hpierei "Senator
Wua PhII 11 II I II 1 1 I II ..!: the I proposal. Allied Chemical added i Anglin and I have al-
Browns ........
1 11 1 I I I I J** meeting the Senators. Waatinih I'. 2.10O- .... tile 8 10U 10'4 10's
DMnll 4 14 Gst.. CI... 11 M I It" I' 11 .121 < Wright and Alice McAfee vs. 24'4 "
1 1-4 at 170 1-2 Union Pacific been friends.
and : .... ;
r.1 51; 511",, ways
Stood' Oil .12 SSVi ,
kailvar. CM. 1* 47 tn. I I 1 !If Bark c...... 11 II 8 11 I' I' .117 U 8 Steal. 100- n*.
\__ 1"..... ._12'. tit 8 1 4 I ..11rtkr. ..oe-_. Bolts I* IS 511 1 I IS ..IIIManhall. Peggy Rybolt. Alice Cutten and I I 1 at 128 12. Wilson & Co. I Rtilll*!.V. mlnu 'a. 'j I stand nil I." ......1ft 3">i S'H S9*.. I
BO.IM __ 14 41 I 11 t 1 I S 1 .2" NT. 11 4* 4 HI' I .211 J.5t. Pit,.. 1. 21 t 1 1 5 1 4 S .''11 I Sara Woodbury drew byes. tacked on 5-8 at 12 5-8 in the i Cousin Ca A (I. 2.000-11 mInus '4.WIIMK I II St.ad Oil N J ......31 714." 71U 7IMand .
Bob_ >T. 1* M 1 1* I 1 I 0 .24 Manila. C....... IS 81 I 14 I' II .211I R035.0kI RkIu S tI I 1 1 S t 5. .!'" I 4C*. 2.000-12'. plutPhtlpt '.. I Oil Ohm ..... 3 21', 27V. 27>4. Sanford Farmers' MaTh.
Cbniupbat. CM. 1 7 I I' I I" I ..1MkiU. *._ Ilk," 11.. I II 'I II ..14E .BI..U. Chte. I 32 3 3 .I"\t wake of a raised quarterly. D....&., 2,000-3! '. minus '.. horning I'ru" ...... S lIlI', 37 S 33', :I .,
IMUMt .. 14 II 1 17 4 I I It .213 ...... Boitaii _. I 21 1711 II ..14Walktr. Tampa Tops Stetson I Improved were General Motors. I II I Solely".. Camp ... 2 11)*. I6', 16Nfitudei ,
....... (bL II 41 I 17 8 1 1 11 1 .2?* 8t.L-PhL 11 17 111 2 I 11 17 I PITCHING UCOIIDI New York (AP) Closlnc stools: >a>., Carp .... 4 US 19<. 19W REPORT NO. 129
>>........... ClOTl 1* M I I* 1 0 1 4 1 .nUwo. C... rittikarfh. 11 51 11 IS I' It ..14Mul PillHr.Chib S I. H058.G.svt I ,.. despite widespread layoffs in this I I II I Su.., Oil .......... 9V. 9S ,'4 1 The following prices reported by
C1M __ I11 8 I 8 8 I 1 .1?! Bnta _14 II 11 11 I' 71 .111 I..... ",111. .31835 5354 I. 1,_ Hatters in 6-1 Tilt industry due to material shortages Hd. Huh Law" Last So..bin. Mag ......31 "'. f*. 'US.fft
PhlUw. Lblru 1..1 I 17 8 8 I 8 I .1'* IMU. Pbtl. .. _17 M I II I 1 II ..21RaUar. 55404. 4.t..s .323134 02 I 3 1.I5i45r45 I Santa New York Air Ro.iu.ti..s" ..... 151'ir 31', 3IH I IAI..L. & Co .......... 2 33V 3.11 53% the Dealers on the Sanford State
DUlMfta. Betta II 14 11 11 1 I I I 1 ..211DMR. Bklja _11 IS 18 11 4 I II .tl>> .. "-178 _....4 11 l' 5 5 I I I I.... '1 I TAMPA [API The University I I : Fe. Central. I Japrau ...... S 4''i 4 4'4llrt I I T. i I Farmers' Market for produce sold

BOTIM II 17 411 I I 251 I ..21SDI. R.... CtM. _U IS I IS I' I I ..211I Cu.y. B'lIIre _1 II S 1 I t. 1._ of Tampa defeated Stetson University Great Northern Railway Standard \;; lad S.I ...... 1 35% 35 T4 3S% Trios Co. .......... 8 81<4 61 C1H '''to TruckerS!! and Dealers up to
....... NT. 11 II 0 1* I I I s .111WtkXUtd. .. R,",.. 11'11I.. .4 21 :111 11 t t. I.... i
I .. Bailaa IS II 11 11 I' 1* 1 l I Oil [NJ1. United Aircraft M Oicm A Dyt .... I 170', 170', 170V. ".... (.ul( Snlph .... I 41"41'4 48STei
15.4. 11 44 7 11 1 S I I 1 .2'1' TrllII 1'.T.. 111 034 i 1 i .24 Glenn Mlltfh M't! ....... 8 33 32', 32*. Pae t 0 ........ 3 29S 29>; 2STei
*...,. tin 11 44 7 11 1 I 4 II I .241 I I !NItU.B0IISS 1 f 120 1 S lullS o..1IIft. C1.r. -3 I 3 I 2. 3.3545 Forster held the visitors to two Martin. Goodyear American \m irhn .. .....17 *Ti 9% 9 Hm P.... I. Tratt .... 4 IsO,. 18',' 18a Beans Snap. bu. hpr.
Get'. Cl n'a4 11 IT 422 1 I 415 JM ... .. Walton, Clar. t If 11 I I I. 1.555husb.Cbosis. Telephone. Western Union $1.75-2.7
-. P4il S 7 I I S I I SI .704Tg..o. singles. ( \ C.I.I.R.l ... 4 4\ *\ *'* Tiol..t \ fill .... 4 "S 19S "'-,. Cabbage. 50 lb.
Wcru IMMtt __ 42I I 6 1 I I 1 1.s.it Jlaaiaa IS U 1* IS 1 1 3 1* 1 ..IMAdaau. I' S 37 1 1.110 sx. $2.5-3.5
...... '
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Anaconda .
I...... (' I Kennecott. and T -S'nl ( r" .. .... 4 S\ 5- 5%
4I51 3 11 1 I I 1 I I III I IReel. I i Forster his '
Claclnull 11 71 II I* I I 3 It .In *.... P41,0., I II I 1 won own game with I General Electric. tm *: tor H..* ..... I 4 4 4 boot C-Vno ....... 4 SO". 30% 3035t.ks Celery. Golden crate,
PITCI4INI ntcoiioaIf I. 1 1.'"
55005'. Bklja 14 M 334 S 1 I TO .15 double in the first with \m A V P 2 Ft ..... 1 171, 17', 17'
ritolltr-Cid S N Ok 0. I. ... I P.. ""IIe"". rilL 2 14 1 1. 5 1 I. I..... I a inning I U I precooled $4.25-5
I rblla. 1* 11 7 U 8 5 a 81 .17* American Sugar Refining ...., .
I.kk. ..... I
I preferred \ I > 4 22 21'22
'..... ..11.... *04305, 1 I' 11 2 I 1- the bases full. .
Eada. 1\ 5441111 II I 0.5.044kra.lLsIs.431543SI42 1.110I I Carbtde ... .. S 9'" 97'4 98 Celery, Pascal, crate $485-5.50
k.uv.K.T.* 433 111 IS I' .271Mlaa. .. .
| \m P. 4 '.t 12 12 II'. 12
0.5.040Ll.CIku ".1.. 1155155 4 U 21 II If I 1 I. ..751I.5411.rd. dropped eight point at .. .
.... '
.. I 1,4. Oil Cal 5 2' 5 21 21 '.
> Tark 11 II 11 11 1 I IS ..271(2d.S.N.T. "
.... > Cucumbers bu.
\ra Ka.i I At S .IS 13H M U'm hpr. $200-500
33I 0 7341 1 2.5.004. I'bIiL f U U 1! If 2 I. .JA 131 on a single sale first since 4 I 3flu, Pihc .......4 12$', 128, 128'
.' I. Ill IT I 1535.22Psfb.ClIrar. 'I ........Ita" ChIr.g. .S 18 If IS IS' 1 \ Ri.ll Mill ...... 7 29.. 243' 29'. : bu.
Dteulea 1111. S IS 11 4 81 1 I. *" : .547'h'ca. Yale Wins United Air Une* ...6 25', 25' 25'. Eggplant. hpr. $2.50-3.25
15451515 2 1 J II ..217Haitw Triangular 1.Casualties
May .
.. \m Mnrlt' A R .... M 52\0 52 52-
-. Baatauj lUll. IS I I. 3.000 1"IIlro. 75 II II It I 2 1 .11: "n.1; Aircraft ..... 3 .
... NT.II* till S I' .!C7 ... I \ ,.. Rrl ..... 7 37>. 19'o! u'. 1SI % Lettuce, Iceberg, crate
-, no. 4252132141 | included mn.i 37'37">> I
Treat. Detroit 4 M IT 11 11 S 1 I. I. I .IIT Bethlehem .
nited ... ...
..... .. .. Ci.rp 83 2! 3
.1 Rt U 11 54 HI' 1 71 2M '
Fanala. 0*. L..1a..43413 I 8 I le* 2.5.401. CKlr.t* .1 SI 324 I 41 ..235WiltS. ....,. ?*tt.. 3 II II S 'I 5 I ."7 Derby Day RegattaI i Republic Steel. Chrysler. Goodrich \mn Til Jt Tot .. ... 4 165', 165 16S'4. I'aited fruit ....... 4 49<( 4 .. I PlIIL S Anon T.h B 10 ... .67 t1t. 6* .
BIUIen. CMISl2. I I 1. I.* : : -11. 2 21 II I" 1 t I "1RI. I % fH .
.. aited C. S > Lettuce crate
ow...... thIeag .11111 8 4 1. LM Chk.g. 7 27 5 2 II .IS. *..... BIIIIIPlIL* _S:2 22 11 11 1 1 ..407Rr.r405n. I DERBY. Conn. TAP) Yale crewsI International Harvester |Urn Visions ....... 3 '5', '5'. 45*. II H Imp....... 22% 2222 4 ; Iceberg, ,
NOTIMT. Ph.IT 01 11 1* S S I 71 .114BulnkU fiJ""m I 93% 92%
Grog,. Chlrti _2 14 8 S 4 1 1. LIII 111. Loots I :1 2r: I S I 1 I. ..057RIkwII. the I Eastman Kodak. I I I.'mn' Wouim .......5 32 31% 32 2\ I iced .... J4.00-4.05
PUlL 11. I I 1 I I II ..251Pamall. I swept Derby Day Regatta yes- Chesapeake & IT 8 Rubber ... ..12 47% 4755 47>, ,
While. Detroit _S 1* f 6 4 I LOIS CI.'. 1 U sa II 33 I t I ..505Kesle. 1 I An.cf.orU Pop ......12 31i H 3K" 344 bu. hpr. 60012.00
.. .. Peppers
HalcaUHoa. Pat. .4 18 II 8 11. 81 ..TMPariah. I N. T. 'I tI 21 U I 1 1 1 .511I : terday, the Blue Varsity winning Ohio. International Nickel. and I .Armour A O ......11 IIS .1', ll'< U S Steel ...21 68 67'%! 67% I ,

Beataa _T 14 18 T 8 1 1 Ml P0054.05. CI..... 3 If U 12. 1 1 ..504Rotol. by three lengths over Pennsylvania I, Phelps Dodge. I| ,...1 Ihv qoHt. .... I 15', 15% 15% V I Potat. Red Bliss. 50 lb.
BoitMUaichlldm I ?I !4 I 81 1 I .181 Ct5 _.1 23 14 5 4 I 11 ,". i Vie Chen Wkt ...... 1'1 41 It3o1orth
Blgnay. ChUag .32425 1 111 1 11 .847VPyaa. .5 I *(rh T A 8 F ..... 3 78H 78 78Vi $2.50-2.75
PMla.PapUh. .4 18 :* 11 II 1 11 Ml n.n..s., .,. PIlL I II It 4 I in the feature. Columbia was a were mixed in the slow-
Wua. _.......1111113 II 11 .*4TBlack. I I .111I Ml ReIning ...... 1 34% 3414 34% W .
ClevaUaa. _4111311153 1 11 ..847Tractl. : '. Chleif. w....._.4 I 17 11 II 11 11 111 I 1- .. 1 11 1 ...18051Ut10105. .145Nh. ..... PIttSbUTIII. U II I I 1 .. 1 1 ..5"Io'.n..1t. : poor third in all three big two- est dealings since 1917. Cotton'i I"%tlat Corp ........ 3 22'!. 22U 22\ Co ....... 2 9'i ,S I Potatoes, Red Bliss, 50 lb.
Duett _4 18 18 U II I I 11 ..447johotaa. .. ( 2 17 IS I I I I I ..585Wright. was down 35 cents to $1.15 bale. Warner Zr... Pin ... 9 lSI sx. B's $2.25-2.50
a 15\
!t(* TarkHathfoo. _3 51 11 11 II 1 1 SM ..*.1... I II IS I 5 I 1 1 ..511Iv. I mile races on the Housatonic River. | B 15H ;
N.T. __l 11 11 T 4 I. 1 1 ..447Baeeaa. BaitaaParrUa. I 11 17 II IS 1 1 1 1 111 ....... It. Losti. :5 II 21 11 I -- '1 I .511I The winning varsity time 9:47.: At Chicago wheat ended off 3-4 :: Raid Ixm .......... 1 19H 19*. 19% Wet Ind bug ...... 1 2714 271, 27U Squash. Yellow, bu. hpr. $2.00-3.50
NT _11111 f I. 11 .44TCallar. Boata* _I II 11 I II Ii .. 1 I ..333M.er104.5L1a35l24 .11.11.. N. Y. _I 11 It IS 12 I 1 1 ..333Konood I was to 3 cents I I Halt t OHh. .......l* 10'. 10'. 10% \\lit t:. Tel A .... I 19 18'. 18% Squash. White, bu. hpr. $1.50-200
Cle.alaad. _8 M 14 14 II" 8 81 .4** a bushel corn 2 to ..... <
Air *
i r 5. 53 .133G.10b00I ,. N.Y. 4 IS 11 11 S I I 2 .233 RirnMial) nil ....... 2 24". 24% 24% Wetting Br 29S 29 "4 29S
---. >.T. _451111114 1 1 11 ...* .. 0.. L. .4 II tJ I T 1 1 .131 I I 1\".. CItrigI 2 21.. I II I 1 1 I ..333C. I Saudi Arabia with only a small 3 1-2 and oats 1 1-2 to 1 58. r...aii *ut ....... 3 30% 30% 30\ Well II., Ht .......21 24', 2'H 24', Sweet Ptato.bu. hpr. $2.50-3.25
Eaibrae. derl _4132713541 11 .8** Pwrlv. Pklla.CkrUtaphar 4 IS II 1* ft I I 131 ,. 1501 II .333 'area of its oil concessions developed In yesterday's curb advances I IVnrl Ind 1.1 ...... I 23% 23% 23% illyt-Overland. .....10 9 8', I". 36 .
-.. Chleaga'.-... 4 II 21 11 11 1 1 II ..11riM. PulL 7 I I 4 J11 12 ..WelooD41. I *=*. B SI,. :: 21 ; : I; : i : ; :.333Losubardi. Roth "tool' ......... 1 84% 84% 84% Wit.,. ft Co .. .... .20 12% 12 12S 1lb.
cartoon .
Bottoa _31$11 f 41 1 1.1" .. XT' n r 111 1 1 .111I 5kb. 2 If It 1 I' I I .2U is the fifth largest oil producing were retained by Puget Sound Riai.Hnox ...' 2 14% 14% 14% Wool worth [IFW] ... 2 44<, 44V& 441, $7.75
3440500.305t11-.IS411" 1.545 :f.......... Datralt I II 17 II It I I .IM .....Itt" III. -II I IS 27 1. I 1 1 I :5. nation in the world. Power, Acme Aluminum and i i Boeing Airpl.na ::::: 1 17 17 17 ZZenith Tomatoes, crates, 50 lb. $8.25

Lane Wells. Stumblers w ere i Ronlrn Cn .... ..... 1 40 4 40Vi 40HKranilf Radio ........ 1 IT IT IT I .

I American Gas Cities Service. National I I Ru44 O.Alr.....:::::: 4 S I010 10 9%% 10 10>( ZeIl Aiprouim.;," Product ie' final...total.. 4 ,..t.TH."" ,T<240,000.t 7% i I Grapefruit, box ............$2.00

Transit and Textron. Turn B.ilnva W.trh ....... 4 27<.4 27'. 27% Oranges, box ... $3.00
over here was 70.000 Rurlint; Milt .... ... 2 1115'" IK I
shares I Burr 4.d same as a week ago. C NEW YORK Flood in Poland
|lAP| Cotton tutu anounttrad -
The big board was up a trifleon Call Parking ....... 3 27% 26% 27%
balance rallanan 7.l4 .... C 2% 2% 2'% I canaldarabl cammltilan htn I POZNAN. Poland [APJ Spring
Monday although Panad Parilir .......IS 10% 10% 11'1' liquidation and trade .lIInl yntarday, clwInt -
SAVE declines outnumbered advanceson Olkitri; fury .. .... 1 18% 18% 18% 35 cent I* SI.1S 8 ball" lewtr.Thi rains and a sudden thaw afE'r

a total of 740.000 shareChrysler f'fBt. Foundrf .... ... 2 91, 9% 9% .. I the severe Winter caused "
500 MONDAY market rfltls" '! early taint almott ,
feature Trrn P* Pat ....... 3 32 31 % 32 a waters to sweep over 97 villages
was a in further
OnMII.TrH Proof ... 4 14"%" 14% 14ft I 81 a bali ... trade aupport, attrikutod 1
reflection of the split up Oirt Ohm ...... .. 3 44 44 44 I partly t* CoverIng iralnit talet al caftan : in the Poznan Governorate. Near-
plan and doubled dividend. IhMSpAp.c| ..... 2 I *!. 1 2,500 peasants had to be evacu-
I I* UNRRA.Rtpartt ,,11 I'
The 0,1 ftW .......... 1 18 18 18 Floodwaters covered moreM
list suffered its sharpest 010'!" Corp ...... 7 10I101' % 101 % th.t mltlt Irs cantlnulnR t* T
average retreat of the week on CITFIns. ........ 1 .40 40 4OCora lighten high, priced ran cottan Invantarlaa.by j than 120.000 acres of farlad
Tuesday with activity Cots .... ...... 2 15O 149'% 150 tellinf them In tha apan marital, cautadtradera
equalling ("foliate-Palm .....13 42 the previous session. Profit cashIng rolum r. A: n .....19 11H 11 11 Ine this caHan oar* behaved. liquidating' Eggs Poultry

A on five successive upturns received Colura Carbon ...... 3 33% 33% 33H aomo al their Mu... holding agalnat Ouch I
\ \ V C Cjr the principal blame. A I rom'wllb Mia; ..... I 30% 30%," 30% I Ii purchataa.Optlmlttl, JACN AP) Florida Betrbr
Com' with A South* ...48 2% 2Tt 2% I crap f_.... and the recant
\Nji number of lows for the ;year were i I lOnna KdtK .......:18 2* 26 2Cnnt raductian In the eattan tipart tuntldy alt. All lair t l.tIU.r

\ in evidence. Volt.. ........70 14% 14 14% dltturbad aentimant amanj *trader Net WVU.Cnr..
Pont flak .......... Open Mljh Low Clat Ortdt A
1 14% 14% 14% .
The .
\ decline was resumed Wed- root Can ........... 3 37% 37 37% May 36.78 36.90 36.54 36.58n art 22 Per
\ nesday on 600,000 shares, smallest font M..t ra ........ 2 7% 7"% 7'. July .. 34.71 34.80 34.47 34.51.54 all 7-10 Medium* _______ ___ 21 34 ei SJ6m
\ for a full session since April 28. C..nl Oil lie! ....... .4 39% 39% 39*. Oct .. 29.67 29.71 29.34 29.36-4] all 16-23 .H ,.___-
\ V Steels Corn Kirhacga ......20 54% 54% 54% Dec .. 28.66 28.70 28.37 28.38.40 alt 19.21 i Extra: large- __________ 1 S
and motors softened in the Cora Produrta ...... I 66%" 66% 66'.. Mch .. 17.95 27.95 27.82 27.75n art 20 Sales direct. eontnmeri
c V final hour. More selling appeared Oana r.... ..........12 30% 30 30% May .. 27.55 27.60 27.34 27.28n art 21 t Net r
Thursday although dealings run,. Publish. ...... 4 8% 8% 8% I I Middling ipat 37.19n II ft 10. N-N ami nil. Grade 'A Wt. j
Curti.t-Unfht ...... 8 4% t\ 4% POT df In .
amounted to only 670,000 shares. i I !, NEW ORLEANS (API) Cattan ruturat lIIe.I Lar,. __. 34 01 M

: Oils showed independent strength. flop,, A: Co ." o 35% 35", 35% I dined her yetterday under weekend llquMatlan. Medium .. ---J,. .- -___ .31 00
t I \ J \\ buoyed by dividends and I IVtmit Edium :::::: 1 23% 23% 23% The market elated barely tttady 80centt Small ___ _ _
\\ \ the prof- 1 rm, Corp-Sf. ..... 2 1) 13 13Ilnuilai |* si.55 a bats lawtr.Open Extra: lire _______ 1 I
\ di 2ft : 1AfJL1c its outlook. Standard [NJ touched Airrr.(" .... 4 60% 60 60% I High Law date Stlri to 2 Bale to
4s a top for the year. I nrr... laiintt ...... 3 1*V 4 11 16 May .... 36.71 36.79 36.41 36.41-45 art 31 Retailer Consumers
The DuPnnt da N ........ 2 177 177 177Kaitrra July .... 34.67 34.75 34.37 34.40.42 alt 71 I LIT Dressed Lire Pressed
Friday session!' Involving ....
K Oct 295296829362942 .It 17 Florida Dressed Dr'wn
720.000 share! left the overall Air L ...... 2 21% 21% 21\ I Da .. 28.57 28.59 28.39 28.39-40 a" 16 Fryer 3-3 lbs 38 & 57 &D'.65Brolleri

average unchanged although Fast 8 Rtl ......... 2 22 21% 23 Mch .... 27954 .... .... 27.92b *N 16 under
losers Kaatmaa Oodak ...... 2 2t5H 235" 235H I ..B-bid; A-atkad. I I 3144 38 I 43 e
predominated.Lows Imrrw-n: B M ...... 1 11% 11", 11 % I Hem booty
for the year again were : >:nc Pub Pcrtira ... 3 27% 27% 27% I NEW ORLEANS (API) Spot cettafi elataditcady breed 3* 81 40 80
Plentiful. Motors stiffened in Fne RR ............ 3 II 8% 1Fsrn EO cant a bal laotr today. Sale, 'i Hem Mint breeds 38 43 32 40
P 1,434. law middling 32.25, middling 35.60.

face of Chrysler's Detroit assem- Trl A: Red .... 4 1114 6 6 gaad middling 37.10. OOW-JONCS AVERAGES
bly suspensions caused by steel Fhifkot* ........... 3 2026" ---- --- I NEW YORK (UP) Dw-Jn. eJoaln
shortages. Flonda Pow ........ 1 15% 1}% 26..j' GRAIN' RANOE avera***:
Q WHEAT Open High Law ClaM ttocbat OM.. Hlflh Low ClMO N*( eh.

r.a Eire ...........1s 34>4 34 34% May ...... 2.6S'i 2.67 tt 261 2.14',. I 38 1,1. 171.40 171.71 171.38 171.87 u. 0.1
ROEBUCK AND CHICAGO LIVESTOCK On Food I ......... l 41% 41% 41% July ...... !2.2SV, !9.17'. !2.21 !2.!JJ'/. 2 ,.* 4471 4481 44." 44 77 u. .
CHICAfln CAP] ((1.110'1] Salihle hnii I ron Motor ........19 57% 56\ 97% !... ...... I16'i! !211% !J1S% 216i/ I ut.lt II.IS 31.82 11.80 II 88 u"eh'l
I .5kg. 80.4 80.84 80.48 80.81 .
500. total S.500 Initinsatnll]. compared week f;." Pub Utn ....... 2 14 4 14 14% CORNi
market 1. May ..... 1.10"4 1.71 1.67"4 1.67 Bonds. CloM N't eh.
'go 00-1 TS htfher. moat ad Rillrtta lot R ...... 2 28% 28H 28% % I
!, 1000105 ..Ighta* ader 260 Ib., eo.e 50 Goodrich [B rJ ..... 6 54% S4% 54% July ...... 1.62 1.621.5"'* 1.564 4 bond. __-____ 01.M sf4 ....
hlfh.r ...... in r .i no uC
sup 1 -
SO'a 1.50'.
C odycar TAR: .... 3 49 49 49
Salable ..,tI. 100 / % Da* ...... 141%. 1.42'/i 1.39"4 10 3d rail _____- 00.81 0.0
I I fe.timatpdJ, total nti.o Graham.Psig. M t 5 3% 3% 3% !I 10 ut-l. _. ..____, 107 M
i : rompired w k age: baying aid Gt North Ry ft ... I 39% 39 39% i lads ?_ ._ < O.M
generally affreotre .11 week. ; receipta about G.holl"d Corp .....11 30% 30% 30% May ...... .(. .94 4 .47"4 .92 k 10 Transaction H In stocks I.in sv.raoosyustooday
8.000 head ....11., haa week. earlier htcallvppnmmatelr r.ram Alre Ell ...... 8 21 % 21% 21% July ...... .87% .83% .81 .81% : Induetrlala. 21.SOO. rail 8.8001utilitw
: I .15.000 head dowa at twelve Gulf Oil ...........23 62% 62% 621 Sap ...... ,.76%.. .76'* .75 .75',. *. 10.200-total. .
market: hortaee Fowl, built, and HItomootsis I Ot* ...... .', .74% .75 .73% 'Z.I.

: it net IT medium step,' and yearhnti,, toe. Mia ..... 3 42H 42H 42H BARLEY! '
IIELASTIGLASSIIRAI i letting predominance ateert, mo.ijj low HonttoB oil........ 1 21% 21 % 21% 1M., ...... ..... ..... ..... 1.310LARD. \
I food to :low-choira kindt. tereral loadattrictlr I Had.... Motor ...... T 15% 14% 1514niiBoit I .
rhoire to prim boors I ia rrop. tlnrtiT I July ...... 1925 1925 1920 1925
j\ I food and rhoir* ateer rioted 25.SO hither Control ...... 4 11 % 111, 11% I! Sap ...... 1930 19.41 1930 1945
p' at 2300 upward: medium and food (radea h rl.h Iron ...... 1 10% 10% 10% Oct ...... .... .... .... 1900
50-75 hleher. rory actit at dote at 21.50. lbs Harvrttrr ...... 8 82% 82<4 82% Nil ...... 1612 1825 1812 1825
2'.T3; eitrem top choir* t* pnm 1258 lb. lat Nick Can ....... T 31 30% 31
ateert 37.SO. ehaira" 1421 Ib ....n'.. 27.OO. lot Paprr ..........23 43% 43 43% I CURB STOCK LIST
NCOA TS but only far* loads ahor 2C.50. h.", loneyearliitd lit Tel A: Tel ......18 12 11 Ii 11% Merrill Lynch, Pierce. '.nn., *> Bean I//s
U.00. 5.4*" yearlinti 24.40 la i Amer. Cyanamld Co. B ________-._. 414
load loll. with odd choir head to 25 00: JahaaHaarill ....,. 1 118% 111% 118%.. I Amer. 0.* A Bloc ---_.____. 39'..
hotter, *...11, 50 hliher; medium tat atnetly Joaca A: L BU ...... a 11% 31 31% Barlujn Steel -__________ 41.
food beltara cloaed at; ...... 1.00 Creole Pet. Corp. ____________ 2'
I higher, meawnally aearre, bull. 25-SO up Ka. City -Booth. ....13 I8H 11% 184 Cities Service u.__________ 2554 \
and vealere SO t. 1.OO higher, atrlrtly. good Kanaeeott Cop .....16 45V 4S, 4JUKrof't Elee: Bond A Stirs Co. ____ 11".

I..... cow* reached 20.00, hoik 14 90-18.SO, Co ......... 1.3 .ZJiI.3 O1B KlUcrFraterKrocer Aldep Coal Co_:::::=== 1 H: Y-
9.95 canaan and "tt... 11.00-13.SO. heavytiDitia L
Regularly __________
k bull reached IT.SO: choic Tealerato I/aeled Gas ........ 1 S 5 S Grocery ____ ___ 43
Lone Star Oat Co. 39NIagors I
26.00; itoek cattl rlo.M atrong in 25 Lehlib CAN: ...... 3 10!( 10% 1014 '
Hudson Pw. 0
higher nott medium* to good oMerimt IT.SOIt Ubb,. MeN A: L .... 2 8% 8\ 8"i Pantpee OU of Vea. Corp.________?_-__?_ 10%V4Rriall
SO with _
20.M 21.SO, atnrtly choice good .d ehotr.kinds I LaekhMd Alto' :::::= S 13% 13>4 13*% Drag _______..__._ 7SSrbulte.
wsrm.d-.p ,. ,IID.. L0w a Ina ... 2 21% 21% 21% ___ _. 45. K. E. Wolf
teaching 21.75. Lerill.rd (F] ....... 4 19% 19% 11% Stand. .p.ekti.hi.-:- 3
of 5 who ask for
Balabl --- 4 out
theep 100 t'ttimatad]: total aot I 18'. Regis Paper Co. _______ 8H rpo
gloom; compared week ago: receipta no..I'"- I fee, (R H] ....... t 13%, 32% 13% Tamps Electric __..._ 3014 .1 a loan at 'Personal: my
...bl, amaller 'h.. I.., week and with de- Mana. Midland ..... 2 7% 7% 7% I Technicolor _--:::=?._ 13'-. "
maud from ...,... *rder buyera fairly broad Manhall Field ...... 1 25% 95% 25% Textron -_-_-__-_-___-___-i.u- 12'. answer Is "Yes. Tat's why"
old crop weoled lambs told geaerally Heady. M.rtia (G L) ......17 16% 18V 18% Twin Coach 12H folks call me the .
although, nndertoa, weak oa medium and Mid-Cant Pet ....... 6 37*% 37 37% I W. Va Coal A---Coko-----_- -- == 1135WAShING monthly payments.Up
good gradea; lad clipped lamba gained Ma-KaaTeiaa ......3 4% 414 4% Smal
,.' $495 eteadlly until I after Bid-week, placing o.notalioaa Montiom Ward ..... 4 33% 13'/' 53% mos. to repay o mot
SO-75 higher Ohms laat Friday, a HN..h.It.Ilnter MACHINE aut o. Complete privc.You
a usg.rs.ppIy at alaughter .... told tteady ..... 8 13%" 11% 11% I get $25 to
ta SO higher, about tea load good aadchoice Nat Alrllatt ......... 1 14 14 14 REPAIRING can
led. woolad lamba .....d 8O-IOO Iba Vat .A... Fib ...... 4 10% 10'% 10% I If yoar washing machine eeedi ,lI signature alone furniture or
At week 85.SO top, moat good and choice I Nat Bltcnlt ........ 4 28% 28% 28% I pair Just drop ail a card or phono
23.00-23.25. there docks 120 ponadera 22.25, Vat Cub R... ...... 2 38% 38 38'. %.19'7%. I, loan in to
medium and good wooltkina; I !Nat Dairy Prod ..... 2 30% 30% 30', Pick-up and delivery service within I Write or come see
I tea cart good and choice led clipped laaiba Nat Pittillera .......13 19% 19% 19% a radius of 15 miles of Orlando II me at the address given be-
with >.. 1 and No. 2 potts 21.65,22.10. ; Nat Gypsum ........ 2 17% 17% 17% low. If phone first, you
SaIlor priro p.leI Inn up $0 liT lb. s'ons go.; ; Nat l..ad ...........10 28', 28% 26% CALDWELL & HARRISPhone you
good tad choir* wnnled, ('laughter .... 10.SO.I Nat Pow A: U ...... I 1 % 1% 1% 2.1)72 2211 Fdgtwaler' Dr. can stop In to sign and piet
I 11.OO, fat ahem .... t.00.9.SO: package >r.port l"oIa" ..... S 28% 28% 28% up the cash in one .
rood and choice. 70 lb. aative .,rln. lamba I IN 1 Central RR ....15 14% 14" 14% -
I 25.00. N Y Ch A Bt. L PI 1 85% 8SVi 85', Open Mon. thou Frl. 95.Evenints .
\ MONDAYONLY - -- N. Ant Anatio .... 3 |l i 6% 8% ASPHALT TILE by AppoiDtmentCosd

North Amrr Cn .....11 26%, 26% 26% Sat.770MndFJNANcE.
Sorthrrn Facilic .... S 16% 15% 16 II

Ohio o Oil............. T 13 134 2Jomaik.i "" RUBBER FLOOR

Carp ....... 1 1%; 8% I'% ( CO -
4*.. ......tar ...... 1 25% 25% 25%
Elasti-Glass-an organic glass of almost living elas Keystone .*...III Gloss ..... S 74 73'4 73%. Our prices have always been reaI Of Orlando
I I P I sonable. In line with the national 24 South Orn AvotwwOtairway

Pa (.at A Be* .....14 .36" 36 It'* policy we are reducing: further. ', t? *J ; nemt .Federaljkenrt
/ ticity-provides 100 cent waterproof protection Pa* Tin Coaa ........ 2 J S 5 I C a
per Good of known
Packard Motor .....54 6 S% 5% supply nationally
I Custodian P.. Am Alrwtyt .... 4 11''% 11% 11% brands. ...... I
.; in a light supple raincoat with sealed Param PJct..... ..... 1 24% 24% 24% ,
Parka Daria ....... 1 35% 35% 35% f;, ,. 1. "HtI'
1'.,.... Minra ....... 1 11% 11 >4 H'", STEWARD MELLON CO. 0454
I i seams. With zippered front and slashed side P..C#", AirS ..... 1 1054 10'. 10% 2201 N. Orange Are. I I 0...... '4r44a 2.n4I
pockets, Peea RR .......... 10 19% 19'. 19'. I

I ; Ppu-Cni .......... 3 27% 27% 27VaPfu ,
( available in .Funds .r thus A Co ..._5 44% 44 44 I ,
: g they're a deep sea green color; small, Phrlpa. liodia ......20 39% 39% 39% I :

medium and I Phil Poi.ro Eire Corp ::::::::: 1 2 24 25%% ,24"25%, 24 25%% -Ample Parking Facilitiesl -

: large. STAN COMSTOCK Phillip Pot ........ B 54% 51% 54% II

\\ Pr"...d S,| Car ..... 2 lIt 11 % 11%
lavestmtnt Securities' Pturtrr A l.am: ..... 1 MI" &..% *"%
Pub MUI KJ' ........ T 24 23% 24 l .CfflZENSNIONAL BANK
Phoae UU-Tpl.lne DB 88 rullnaa .....,...... 4 55'. iV. 55':

Orlando fur Oil ............ 2 14Z.\ 4 24'AB.d.0 \ "OF

,_ ( AD( We Seat Payment Pla I Inc. R ,...rp ...... ..IS 8'. 8'i 8% ORL.NDOII Member F.DJ.C.
09 Member Federal Reserve System
K.d...K- >rpt. ....... 2 12'% 12% 12% ; .
Member N-A-SJX
I Remiaf Rat ....... 1 29'% 29% 29 ,
ORANGE AND WASHINiPHONE$811''AI Daytona Beach. Fla. Rrpnb Mia .... .... 2 S'. 5'. S% II I Robinson at St. Dial 7141r
1 Hour Free Parking In Rear of Stor Representing" T. Nelson 0 Hourke | Snub 8'.! ......... 4. 25 :H''I 24% I E out I.
'- ,1 Rt-tt Copter' A: !!r.n 17% 17% 17% t .
Rervold Tub B ....13 37% 37% 37% =


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I Florida Makes Fine n Jj J J iI.T J ijMAY 't ;rlJJ" oat r I 'r::1 f'rF J rJ'll' T r ''in] J' r" B1TEIIIE] [ t 1 OtJIJi r r ) I i I s 71J ,

Showing Realty

DeLand Church
M Florida makes an excellent showing in the State summary -

'"' in the National Real Estate Journal Roster issue re- ,, > A a w .
ceived this week. California, of course, is No. 1. with 90 t BEFORE THE RAINY I SEASON ARRIVES

boards and 6,973 members. Ohio has 64 boards and 2,284 Maps ExpansionBy r a

members. e eInsulate
f Florida Is fourth In number of
I boards and 10th in membership T. A. MICE
with prospects good for getting [Our Own Staff Correspondent] _
I Properly into third place In the nation In DELAND-Work is now under- Waterproof f.
number of boards. way on the repair and improve- r
If you want to SELL at prices ment of the St. Barnabas Episcopal
prevailing In the Spring; of The Journal also contains excellent Church here which will costa 0 0
material for salesmenand I total of 12000. The plans call
builders on how to obtainlistings I|for complete remodeling of the .LL'LlINSU
Trade Right with the and how to build under' I rector's home and of the church Resurface
costs to meet the pent- BeautifyINSULMASTIC
BCTER'S BROKER present with entirely new roofs. Interior
up demand even at the higher I painting and exterior Improve- 1 r o*

; T. K. HASTINGSREALTOR prices.A ments.

percentage lease table for Plans have already been WHAT IS
1947 covers every kind of business; drawn for a new Church of r li t
62H E. Central [Arcade] lease even to parking lots. Christ on New York Ave.. and

TEL. (%37GARDEN A letter from California says fur construction is expected to ,
Y; coats are worth keeping'out of begin within a short time. It Is : 3,! M g. ?
storage all year because of fre- estimated by the architects that
quent cold days the writer wishIng the proposed structure will cost + t
for Florida sunshine along approximately 25000.
TOOLS with the coolness Instead of heavy The current student drive for N S ,+
fogs. Real estate is slow so much funds to contruct a swimmingpool MASTIO Is t "heavy' semi" ?.plastic oil bass protective
talk about ceiling prices that buying at Stetson University is progressing tooting for stucco, cement-block" end brick
Electric Hedge ShearsAll Is being retarded in every line; I nicely chairman of the a ,Y buildings.
Purpose Pruners inventories being built up and drive stated. And It Is anticipated
make it 'before the campaign for funds
not turning
Spray EquipmentLawn difficult goods for many merchants.may I closes, the $700 already contri- INSUL-MASTIC Resurfaces waterproofs, beautifier. Insulates
Sprinklers Jacksonville realtors have hit buted by former classes will be and paints, all m one operation .tone

upon a fine plan for aiding funds more than doubled. low cost.INSUL.MASTIO .
Metal Lawn Carts for the State Association Home to I Repair work on the County

Lazy Lads build in Orlando If and when the Courthouse jail and public health ".".... ;".'.''. ,. Reduces both ltriof and interior !"eillte-
goal is reached. i j buildings was completed recently 'onto costs; saves outside paint bills and
Post Hole Diggers 1, with the exception of a few minor ';_--0, .... frequent redecorating on inside walls.Is .

Fertilizer Distributors Committee They have which a Building has enclosed Fund I construction The other jobs two on buildings the jail.have COL:AND- MRS. LAWRENCE S. CHURCHILL caster -p' 'rk'--, from Mr and Mrs. Alvin A. j I

u Rakes, Hoes, Edgers addressed stamped envelopes to \been completely waterproofed and have purchased this beautiful Mediterranean Brinkman. Sale was made through the office : INSULMASTICIHSULHASTIC I too heavy to brush and too tacky to
the members so funds maybe the jail improvements Included a \ of Cavenaugh, Realtors, and handled by Otto trowel; therefore is sprayed on with heavy
-If Its Hardware See U. First" remitted easily at once. I new section where delinquent type home at' ]1322 Shorewood Dr., in Lan- F. Rasmusen |I II duty 1.4" guns- bout 15 times as thick 01

Orlando Women's Council fur- minors will be segregated from point.
H. H. PARRISHHARDWARE nished picnic supper ahd moon- j other prisoners. Cost of the entire W ?? r I
light boatrlde on Winter Park project will be in excess of 80000. Does not body-check, stole or chalk. It

lines for Orlando and Winter Park Sales by Cavenaugh sticks like welding and wears like iron; is
realtors contributed the surplus *AUTO MO Bie hurricane proof and carries a ten-year man
220 S. Orange Are. funds to the Association Home April Building I uGURV.-URET.V 10NOI ufacturer's' guarantee against all weather

Fund. D'NEILLEE conditions .
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Total Over $70,000Recent r, .'" "yrrffii.tr he* :
I COMHETE INSVfcANCt tttVlClruiNi Is available in beautiful pastel shades; bat
HERE IS YOUR HOME OF TOMORROWAttractive Shows DecreaseOrlando 4506 mMEiCAiF fttt 110ft mellow tone without gloss. It.n

real estate and business sales totaling more : dusted with a protective coating of glistening -
new 6 room all-toe bungalow tile roof overlooking mica which deflects heat.
beautiful lake. 2 exquisite bathrooms fireplace: floor furnace construction taperedoff than $70.000 were reported yesterday by the office of Cave-

': large closets tile porches. 2-car garage, laundry tubs and maid .in April to $243.237 in permits naugh, Realtors.
facilities. Shady lot. We're proud to chow this outstanding Issued by City Building InspectorA. Included among the transactions was the purchase by rTTh'I I INSULMASTICINSULMASTIG Provides a high resistance against heat. A
.' E. Slauson. blow torch may cause it to blister but it
value on today's market. For particulars see
This compared with a March Cot and Mrs. Lawrence S. Churchill, of the four-bedroom will neither "melt, run, ignite nor burn. The

KATHRYN THOMAS or WYAN SMITH total of $32.695 and was the A.home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Florida sun can not break down the "material
lowest construction month this
its Broadway Dial 4672 Brlnkman at 1322 Shorewood Dr.. !'
New construction last month totaled Building Permits [in Lancaster Park. '
$186,150 on 44 permits. )I The Churchill home also has a i I Contains no cement lime or water. It I If o
patented formula composed of line aside,
There were 113 permits for alterations two-car 'with three-room i I
Issued for $57,087. garage a t titanium, mica oils and fillers. Dries uniformly -
NOW OPENAt Nineteen one-family residences I Total $$19,400Special studio apartment. I ': at great thicknesses.

Killarney Shores overlooking Lake Killarney.New ranging up to $18,000 and one duplex I Mr. and Mrs. LeeRoy Houghtonof -

masonry houses; 2 bedrooms tiled bath tiled were approved. Six permitsfor Omaha. Nebraska, purchasedthe INSULMASTICINSULMASTIG Contains 0 penetrating ail which "sets"
floors throughout. Screened porches electric sued.store buildings also were is- [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] home of Mr. and Mrs. RobertH. deeply' into the pores of cement" and thereby -

kitchens.Boating.Bathing Fishing.Flying: and City KISSIMMEE-The record for Frailey at 1390 Pelham Rd. insures against moisture.
Bus at. door.
your Butts Sell Two Homes building permits at the City Hall in Orwin Manor. Houghton is HOW TO

COMPARE AT $8 950 00 ["oeV al to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] for the past two weeks shows a total Southern Representative for the Bridges hair;-line crocks and Its heavy coverage -
[Lots 60' x: : 150'] a LOSE ; seals down cloth tope used over
CLERMONT Mr. and Mrs. of $19,400 being put into build- Sight Feed Generator Co. of MONEY
Henry H. Butt have sold two Ings In the city either for repairsor Richmond Ind. cracks when caulked. Obviously paint is
KILLARNEY SHORES, INC.I houses to Mr. and Mrs. F. V. new constructions. This total Is Mr. and Mrs. Arvid J. Pearson too thin to accomplish this important fea
Bakeman. Both houses are locatedIn more than four times the amount I 1 bought the home of Mr and Mrs. EASILY ture.IMQIII .
525 N. Orlando Ave. ParkROUTE
TOWERWinter Indian Hills subdivision. One of $4,310.00 shown on the records'as Joseph I. Beasley at 223 South I
IT-n AT THE !: check
Forget to
''to I sold for $3.500. and the other for' representing permits issued for Forest Ave. uroiic. If it completely yow property foils m- '! UAQTIP 'Is t National product used extensively by
j 8000. the two weeks previous to this Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. cover the or.otly-iBcreottd voles to I' IllOUhTTlHOIIU the Government" large industrial plants,
time. i Merriam bought the home of Mr of hovi and other pertoaol commercial buildings, homes, etc., appliedby
your I
I I : and Mrs. W. A. Green at 1044
Tomato Spraying MappedSpecial Ground has been broken for | property.'.pit ignore. .it.Tbe.tope well trained selected dealers from coast
26th St., the Greene I
Title I Insurance IS IT-YOURS? I ;;I [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] three new homes during the past, I to their former home in returning Wash- for e fire tornado, or iou fro. to coast.
1 Many who felt most confident : I HAVANA Cuban agricultural ; two weeks here the highest esti- ington. D. C.I orher" covse. s.o..Jy. of covrteyo
of "aafe" ownership of their I officials are studying methods of I II mated cost being that of a per- I Mrs. Elsie Tanner bought the dons wont to lOSE mo .y. Sowhy The Tampa Bay, area now has more than (00 IntuI-Mastle Jobt and
homes have become embroiled in mit to John W. Young who is I lOOt give m a cell We're glad
Title litigation.The only way you fumigating all tomato fields next constructing a concrete block Chimney Corner Gift Shop at 13 to tho* yo. without charge or In no cue has there been any sign of body-checkinc or leaUnI.InsulMastic .
I season to reduce blight which I II
can really protect your invest West Pine St. from W J. Bruce. obligation how to SAVE
house on Drury Ave. for $7500.00. .- MooeyIMK ea
ment in realty ts-to have it. I caused considerable damage this I who has returned to his former
Title Insured. Our rates aremoderate. I year. II. B. Allen has begun construction MK e. Come : or ptor e..
home on Long Island.
The benefits are out ofaU on his new home on
proportion to the small 1 Otto F. Rasmusen handled the HUCKEL-O'NEAL, INC.INSURANCE .
( amount it costs. Inquire-today! ; Howey Tract Purchased the corner of Bryan and Dilling- transactions as salesman.
\\ han Sts., which will be a one- COUNSELORS Company
.11 Central Title & Trust : [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] story concrete block house and 1 ---- --- 118 E. Robinson Ave.
I Phone 9941
which will cost around $6,000. Jas. Gamble Rogers II
Company Mary -Grace Maguire has bought
For $3,000 Harry F. ThompsonIs
25 E. Central I I'' 20 acres of land south of Howey i also building a new one story Architects Engineers of Central Florida, Inc.
from Joseph H. {Williams for $5.- concrete block house on Emmett .
s"'" i' Consultan'tsrOST
Phone 5184 000. St. j Building 33 East Marks St. Orlando, Fla. Phone 9634

Title Insurance Permits Issued for repairs dur- OFFICE BUILDING ..wormN1,
Lawyers CorporationRICHMOND 'II Sunset Residence Sold I .
ing this period of time are to RoyA. WINTER PARK. FLA. /
Va. [Special to The Sunday Sentinel.StorJPRUITLAND Warner for repairing porch j 1 1
I PARK Eloise floor and applying asbestos sidingto -
Trust Department-Title Insurance Abstract of Title I '
Rowe Bertelll htt bought house
I a his house on Palm Way at an
I I Representing in Sunset addition from Mr. and estimated cost of $450; Ed McKeefor

.,,1 ,1\\. ,,,, ,It '" I .I 'Mrs. Thomas W. Davis Jr., for repairing porch and other gen-
$14,000. eral repairs to his home which he II MICHAEL FLYNN MFG. CO.
expects to cost $100; D. J. Grover

Litsinger Buys Home for adding one room to his houseat _
RENT PAYMENTS INTO [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] an approximate cost of $300; PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Miss Margaret Barnes for
MOUNT DORA-J. A. Day, has'
l sold a house at Clayton Street I II ing the garage and remodeling the
Payments I
I attic to her home on Mabbette St.
I and Eleventh
YOUR OWN HOMEFor Avenue to George M.
at a cost of $400; Howard D. Seel
Lltsinger for 4500.
on I tor building a bedroom and bath I
onto his home on Main St. at an : Announces A
For approximately 10% down, we can build you a Tavares Home BoughtSpecial estimated cost of $1.00000; and -I- ;; _
[ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Elmo M. Overstreet for a porchon
Home Approved, Inspected and Insured F.H.A. TAVARES-Lake Region Pack- his cottage and repairs to his

ing Assn.. has entered Into an [ garage at $650.SKILL .
Bedroom Home $7750 agreement to sell a house here to g
: Jack L. Tllden for 2700.
Bedroom Home $8950OF Schmierer Home Sold

Makes an the difference In the world o
[Special to The Sts day Sentinel-Star] In construction.
MOUNT DORA-Elsie Dial has I
Modern Design Quality Materials & bought a house In Mount Dora "Morris Builders Has Both" IN
from Joseph B. Schmierer for ".- Iii .
Workmanship-Completion Guaranteed 000. One contract means one responsi-
bility and savings to you. t
Consult Your Local ArchitectWe
County farmers recently boughtby win appreciate an opportunityto ; LUPTONSTEEL
A. DOWLER co-operative purchase 57 tons I bid on :your project. ;
of dolomitic lime and 30 tons of
DESIGNER AND BUILDER fertilizer for use on their crops I MORRIS BUILDERS INC.

960 Orange Are. Whiter Park Phone 880 and pastures, according to County ,I 7ZJ Edtewater Drive Ph. U1
Agent II. E. George.
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a. 1 RANCHOR No. 1212 $11.50 No. 2222 $19.50 No. 2524 $25.00

GROVEWe No. 1313 $12.75 No. 2323 $21.75 No. 3323 $24.25

Guarantee No. 1414 $13.75 No. 2424 '$23.50 No. 3424 $26.50

Water or No


We win rlady We have the largest stock of steel windows in Central Florida
5 Acres Gf high plateau on Lake Kathryn beautifully landscaped 400' on bit lake rive :yon
with riparian rights 500' on Highway 1'7.9' %. 12 miles.from downtown Orlando.

Modern tile bungalow, large Urine room glass enclosed porch facing lake. large FREEEstimates
dining room 3 bedrooms, 2 baths range and workshop.

REDUCED to $21,500 =: 35 Monthsto

Om salt mat Mttk W lbs highway you will see mir alga.

132 S. Main St. TeL (977

r I 711 W. Church St. ,TeL 9869


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lB. Beauty Parlor 19. Services Offered ,119.I Services Offered I 131.' Good Things to Eat 33. Articles for Sale 33. Articles for Sale 33. Articles for Sale .j I 33. Articles for Sale
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ORLANDO, FLORIDA Bit reduction In heat .p.clal I individual need At your office or er 81 for 1000 square ft Etmate! Also for Ironing boards: telephone cblet. diamonds: new. Fishtail mounting. f.1 Cool 6 room house BaU your i| 4 wood Leather be.l :

Cold waves a specialty. 204 8..a"ea"all ours Moderate fee*. 2-18. Parker for complete garden care ..on i ho-P'u.e. 8150 bushel Grapefruit Smyth Lumber Co.. N. OrD" About sue 5'4: ri 2-311. own. p.r.IncludIng hl- j 2-4076 or call at Curh.I :
1947 !
.PAGE .12 MAY 11, I Phone 6686 j Business Service W C Prase. landscaping 2-40. j King Fruit Co. 1401 W. Railroad I capacity blade rubber
I Washington: '281.A mounted bearings ahaft. pulley V. I HEDGE TIMERPncor electric
I CARPEY-m.n Job or repair. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS RP.ld BATTERIES for radio AU type of WELLS belt. etc., for only 829 95 Other sixes Trim less coat.Amco .
L FNC BEAU Magruder DELICIOUS Orante. large or small. PUMPS 'I I' .
Feed 300 W. RobinsonAve
Kobendare. last.
; bno ou j p.IIUnl. PleI TEAT n..blebb.tere. accordingly while they Str.
wit UJ1 I
and .
7289 grapefruit mamaIsdes B. Rob pre I
hair for phone 2240.WTE6S Gorleh order or check to Sedco. 5"3
npn c.r.irP Tim payment 36
2.31 and excellent guava jelly.Wholesale inson month to pay. I 10D.
Cash springs I Pay while nslnc We 1313 Silver St. Houston 10. Texas. HOME FREEZERS-Kelvlnator. now
'. : CNIG AND prices PRESSING will save- you I matr.1 REUT-B.l rebuilt.As between and retail Maltland Semlnole and Fern Preserving BID-MetaL Coil springs and mattress pumps on hand Come In-Look aU tp' Motors not Included but any V. H.P. available at Bumby H.rd..r. Kr*
ClassiiedSentel. Special Permanent.S .I c.r Superior Russ Co complete. 825 range. over Libby ft or larger motor work. Complete Ttnator Dp.rent W. ChurJP
Mother D money. Bring u* your clothe .o .Un. Park on 17-92 Drive out or call Winter 3-plec Freeman. '1 W. wU
$ .SO and _ Cleaner 214 Boon 8LI Church: 22213. Park '1U% 15..Chest suite of drawers. Il.885 5- I Church. instructions 5 furbr.years All P.r. HAND SAWS-B-point. H. H. Par-
UPbolterd D.ler 220 South Orant Phone
RATS BEU PARRA tp. I CARPENTRY. Masonry and all OlC MACHINES REPAIRED-Our I piece maple dinett. CU ft. i .u.ranter r.b
W."I. Pebu.nd P of Estimates tuaranteed Check I 3Z Articles for Rent G L 8100 9x12 Ax- I 2-14.
Wat.Ad Rates cold wave a .pl.lt.. U2. Vn Calp.r".lr t bUl. 938-3.klndl'' George Stuart. 1 8. Main SL pbole wlU minster rug 714 E. Washington St DEWALT POWER SAW-Also Park with HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES HaIUO. -
East On 8158 BULLDOZER for rent. B hour or planer Mall SALWadrob appU.ne. boa.kip
3 Pne. I CONCRETE *: ) BEDPre.a rock l.ple.a. drills. Loganmetal 2 full overstuffed lug Drop In and .
SS. fine Craton WOR.drn. lob Ph 2-1278 Ilror. ealer.
;! lathes. J
Daily D.
SAN JUAN and burnerNeseo Pease SO. 6- I
IUU- tanks li- 824
walks nor. ; PAINTING-9x12 celllnt ..ndw.U. l.tre. lando Sale Service. 608 N Orange
{Minimum chart* ,s of .1.n prettier I t.Jd. : IPte States Floor 812 including ron. oil Low FLOOR SADER edger and polisherfor Kero-Therm brt.r. Ph. 8MB Mount Dr. 3753 "lePbol'l piece touch .. 885: Hollywoodbed. Ave.. dial 2-59.&

1l May IM .GMMinimum yea Dial 4441 today.TERRACK .. 'Il or 2-2206 for estimates r, nteror.. Helfand. 34257.PAINTINGBrush H.rd.ae. 2208Ed..w.ter BABY BUGY-New. Chair type DIESEL ENGINES and complete 83950: extensIon library HOUSES. 2- block W. Colonial
SHOP feature .SC, Zenith cabinetradio 10
BEAUTY and Drive telephone 2-0915 East Robinson for agricultural table. 827
CARPENTER find Itron. s. and Dm To
chart 90* or spray Industrial or moved by
hair m.ter.1 Idu.tr.1 twin bed b wreke
new Instant hair drer. Dries small New- Ave. stallation Florida b.raln. 850; f-plece
do Job* If
3 Consecutive Days 18o KM a day while beIng Eliminate orcn.r eo-ner your Dial 116 ask for 14R6 our or. r.ldeDU.l. ,. W.tr IHe proofing sq- FLOOR SANDER sander and and e.er: also polisher.cabinet BICYCL WHIZZER MOTORS Co. 630 W. Church: phone 6118 8\p In-I room .alt. bae.ln. .14.5 studio back .ub QUlte.l" P.O.Int. .te.Ill writ TltuvUl A. ". 0.
Days 15e line diy I nor couch I .
1 Consecutive miles b.r.ln. 15
metho. 2-20. ft AnywhereIn 6
CONTRACT BUILDING of new I ft. 40 000 sq or over Wyckoffs Hdw 2524 22821. Cbup.\ 'r.n.Pr.Uoa. electric stove. P.
(Count I "ea.Wor 1 l SPRING PERMANENT* Machine or home and repair to home and estimates. Best la rd..r.neea Whar 1.le. DIG ROM SUITE-Blonde chair. $34.30; dinette HAIR
National ..tt maehlneless s op: ebon 996', buildlni of any kind. Repairs fin 8t.t. Pe. 4951. Rt 1. BOX 95.Klsslmmee FLOOR. 8ANDE New Americana 602 N. Orange Ay. Phone rol Harmon, new Hollywood bed. 87950 Coolerator; 6-plec maple Ice refrtterator..ult. type CLPERPofesloJI.. Bam hand,

Uncle Insertion per lint Jewel Charm S.Ia 508 W. Amelia. 'I aae. Irs T. P. rad l X. Ame- Fla T. K. Galloway. edler. R..bl. ratea 7851. BABY CARRIAGE.-Collapsible. 812.Baby Avenue I, (4. 178.SO; wood ranee. con I Hardware clppr.. 1.
9 Consecutive Dan Z In. day PAINTING Licensed contractor C. R Burk. 1805 S scales. 88 Both In good condition DINETTE SET-Maple. table and 4 85950; Florence .0 rn. Clrb.
t Consecutive Dan a day Schools and Instruction FLOOR SANDERS-Two. new. Two chain buffet. Bedroom suite; rollaway dllon .
15. I CONCRETE SERVICE Quality of best that cost yoiw Phone 6320.BOATl6ft.GibbSeaskiff. I rollaway bed and HOIST-2 boomr S hand
lInes operatedwinches.
(Vllnlmnm J ) 10. t. electric .
for rent atov Will
step and less Brush or Stanley P. Curtis dtert and two PI.ber Inboard Iedb 121 90: 8-piec maple bedroom suit. complete! cable.
An Waat-Adi start ta the ODd ACUG. Encerl. High I rofL. best drnw.Ii workmanship 2.393. at r..onabl. rte Lumber motor Sacrifice Phone 19th St 1195 lane wheel barow. (5. .o, boom raise and lower wit can
Morning Sentinel and art prtd and Co. N. Orange Railroad I 5276 DOORS-flash made of white pine (95: 7-foot electric Ice I. b
ta .. School Vet m.ter.l. Fr. .tlm.W.I pflTING-Ezterior. Interior Rental machine for Screens lawn chair pl.no Thurmond Co. .I.I.d. Hole.1115 Holler Cur
It t. SeDUnl Apprn4 L I For coneret of all work Licensed and TYPEWRITERS- Inner- cablnet. A 120. Frntur let. 115 .
same date. RoB0I 2974. .uaante.d. BEDROOM SUITE-Twi of wood work. Phone .
.t. ._ 121. I 6780 or 1530. Buchanan Concrete Co bonded. Call 2-922. Imedl.t delivery Office Equip sprints mattress sprlnis.81SO typ. Ple. 470.
hIgh Smith-Corona 1500 W.
The. Want-Ad Department I open HIGH 8CBOlomp1t your time with CLAY RA BUILT-Also lime rock3 PUBLIC STENOGRAPHY and letter 220 8. Main St. Tel. Agent 634 Rldgewood AveBUILDING ton It.DIIO Induare. Wu. 'I ICE CHESTS-Fit in the back of the
from a: .to 6 P. d& bOI' I.pa. surface treatlenL'Work writing. Parker Business Service. 115. MATERIALS and hardware car for picnic and fishing f s.50.
Bandar 12 am. American School Texts I' tuaranteed Bumby at Simp ROOM SUITE 7 pieces FENCE POSTS ft kmt. Smith
o & tare'j of all kinds for your home. whit Cpre. Lumber Co.. N. Drams A'
for Bandar rai Satur No cUea Dploma. son. Inc Phone 5437 2-128. conditon. chetp 1161 3 to 4 In butt. 11 per 10. 4 1; and Railroad .
Dld Amentn Dept. O.C. PAINTING-Waterproofing; all masonry TOOL RENTAL SERVICE COl. to .1. and Nebraska Salerno. Pak. I S In. butt. 825 (
d Wrt. Box 3161. Orlando CABIN ANB MILLWORK to spe surfaces. There lyitemPorchef. BED-Sprints and mattress single. ROOM SUITE 8 Co Phone Winter Pak 10.:98.I I IC BOX-Metal 50-pound. 11.5
notify Central Florida Lumber DING -peee
&df a fH INSTRUCTIONS lady In I orde. doo'S windows screened Paint sprayers ikil-saws, Chest of and curtalns Ann solid 'I bd-nenpn 825 Reed
1st Co. Mills Nebraska barbtorn. dr.wer. Drp. ; wtlnut wheat FURNITURE 720 Montana Ave. .
ads the Sentinel-Star.r. PLO home. '5 hour. Prefer begineters. Bonded. IDlred. N. .3. Barnes '42. saws: equipment Other Items 12. Harvard.BABY finish rust leather lest Exee'lentcondition I Sunday 10 to 5 P. MI electric cente stove table. .1.5 portable -
For driveways.parkIng t
t w : COQUINA ROCK- PLUMBING Clyde Thompson repair Yount 100 W. Washington I See [ pln.l.
317 used between
Box been 10 and 5 Sun-
only lta.RETAT Tol Rnta SOc side
rub. to .s lot*. etc. Al fill dirt. work. 24 hour St. STLRNner. Mon. 112 N. I FLOOR RUNNE. rbbr. plates and oven timer .
LAW and prel No Job none ."Ie. Ph 4181. 85" WU re.onable. .I. St. I I yd trailer or home.
lrDYoa land clearing Im.l. Residence 1210 .. ta lenlt. Smrh 15. 25ro' ldde.
broker too large Se* ns and save. I II I BABY BUGGY Sterilizer bottle DES for office walnut finish: 32x Lumber Co. N. Orange 815 1725 East .
Pee ,
Can Flaca Tour start each week. 139 PLUMBING SERVICE-West Central chair
telephone 8518.I condition
man CI. i tlmatfs Ph 2-1278 Ii | warmer. Pleas :4. S.IYI G :, FURNITURE-Genuine Wicker Kraft. Wool Money
Pin St Phone 1561.rOLREM"Em._ _ Plumbing tt Heating Co. N. RENTALS 675 Phone -] INSULTON-Bal.1
Want-Ad by Telephone 1. i DRY CLEANING-W* employ only II | Bryan Day 2-2238. 1. I TYPEWRII quarterly rates 8pe.1month I BRACKETS for scaffolds and sawhorses Rattan including 3 lounge chair .uarante. weather wU
by skilled experienced help: and I NI.b For quick and easy operation ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR Brand 1 ottoman chair lounte radio table b here kPP your house up 1
Dial 4161II. I modern machinery Try ns MsADuff i PUMP REPAIRING" -For expert pump Stu.r 1 8 Main SL Mills and Nebraska I new 9 ft Crosley Shelvadore Mov Chinese table Electric 110Ilee. cooler Smith Lumber 1.
and Accountancy I repairing call Cohoon Machinery I phone i ing Ph 8868
Orlando Cleaners. 204 ld corner 1:1. BROCADO-.Paint. Hides In one coat. and double b wlU.pr. N. Orange and Railroad
City Lut- Company. 138 W. South Street phone ..
School 6 W. over
w. "
Church Rosalind Phone 2-1060DRTCLEANINO AUo ; small 8465 gal laUn.
tai*. phone 23520. 33. Articles for Sale t1. Ave. Sanford Fla j I
Baby Sitters-Child Care 2-325 Ion. Co. N. Orange I DLu elrtre .tn. Lur.1 INLAID LINOLEUM Installed an
and Railroad Bedroom FANS Fan* of kinds. Table floor and sink 2501Edgewater
16. Travel Information ESTIMATES Color sugges table and chain Odd a 'op.A"do1D
I table* 1911 and Dr.
CHILD CARE preDef Special PAIN. Reliable painters recommended ANTIQUES-Modern pieces and art BAR SOLAU .tel. 1.1: Or- Lakeside Drive Merrttt Payment nor. rOI.a* low widow. .ttc. 2-111.
for Lies all toods Buy them at auction for entertainment I, Co. 615 Pak. A.
rate workll moten RESERVATIONS and At OUdden's.RDIO Ave.
AIR tcbt SERVICE. HR- B.teh 61. W. Church.BEDSPREADSBates.. ELECTRIC Cheap sedated Stores. 143 N. Orange ICE BOX-Porcelain lined. 818
3 years and UP. 2-1 line*. Sunnlland Travel 30 I and treat I.vl. Every For RNGI-burne. Phone 1 G
day or week. E Pine. Phone 5301. Thursday night at Dmln. on I large assortment telpbon. 88. 530.FRNIRE condition H J. Harr Pin C.a
CHILDREN with REPAIRS-You v* tried the Sunday or Monday .
BAm .home Why penalise your appearance Sale Co. 733 W. twin or full size Orlando REARE and ref in- tle S. E. ahol.
Best absenteeism Quality now try the best Bartona.next mowers repaired
c.r. 2-0644 I CRBBEA-UATK crl. wadrob rs' I I Furniture Co. 141 W. Church ELECTRIC new ICE CREAM BOX-.4.hole. Compressor
702 P.rk.I
and grounds .Iell.n. 11 E. Phone to Colony Theater. Winter 8166. Can R. A. 542 Piedmont -
I Wuhnetol Still Urn to lend your goods for 39th Au.Un condition.
Cp.nen. 81 and tublnt Good
Larte b.en
CHILD CARE my home Day. week Central, dial I 9504 Phone 13. Street Phone 2-0421 1
this Thursdays ssle Phone
t C5.DRJMIGAI 2-1:1. and 8160. See at Cossln Restaurant.
Trbr ba. 738 .Ji call I HAVANA. CUBA An-npn.tun I''RIOS REPAE1 1 18-bou I. Bumby Hardware reeud wal. tp.. ELECTRIC RANGE-General Electric. PANS..Fans-Fans-Escellent selection 2305 E. Washington Bt.i .
2-6112_ Lanier Travel : Pickup : of small fans from 9" to 18"
3 auar.nted. A-l
1 5301. and delivery ACRIAN.omee trumpet; clari I BOAT-30 ft Must be sold once I cnditon. 3300 Sherwood Road t IC and thermos Jut for
WILL BOARD 2 children In myhorns. Phone : "uae Stre. 95 up Orlando Co 210 BX
music books Applanc.
20 W. Church. Phone drm.: Needs repair Ch..p for cash Inquire B..rl Sbor. 1 I i Bumb7 Hardware Co.
telephone boat I Ave 1
Pi. 2-121. HAVANA and Nassau by o do plain .wI Music Shoppe. Mtgruder Arcade Ph at Fruit Stand. 6 ml I WATER I[ Or.n. 102 W. Church \
for children or t".Id plane Call Orlando T.nl ln Pin Street. RUGS-UPHOLSTERY CLEANED 1 I 5060 'I north of Chrl"1 on 441 II ECRIC. ilxes HEATAl: FANS-Latest models 10 Inch dlaI -,! ["
I p.dded.1I
I Expert workmanship, fast serviceGuaranteed : .I.e oa.tl.
2 B'rf.renel. 118 X. Central dial I AIR I week Walter J. I meter up to 38 Inch attic fans.Wostloshosse fONING BARD
a. el 'p.1 daU. VA. :_.t..I. 16th. Can Call 21a.ECCA I mothproofing service Ph _CONDITIONING. UNIT_ 4 _ton6250.BfldoICkflholod5k$75 BABY_ CARRIAGE-Thayer" DeLuxe O "'R._R. n_"WUc._ .....Ic. 61 I Emerson Robbins I __ r m.: : _ParrUh. .. .rd'.
Ph 8. v ..n. Also b5bY "VV'" vuuu -- ..n. .." o. ..
'hk three. .. APPLIANCE REAI 2-4318 Kleenlse Co. of Orlando I I "u".n. a.uuu..uuru.. I 0 conditon. Dtie.t.rizr I and Myers: 'waiterJine0.= Inc. rnon.
; it.PPb K. R. 2-4156. ELECTRIC STOVE. Wcstinghouse; 3 ICE Reason
11. Special Notices 5636 ROOFING-Fret estimates 3 yean Ph. 5510 or 5444.ALARM R.la.ble. I 81 E. Rbinsn. 138. BX-Porcel.1 lned.
specialty Rep.uIon burners and oven: like new Out abl .
Inc old oil lamp a I to pay Work tuaranteed Roll i BOAT-Plywood fishing boat n bou. on Jenny
RIDE RESERVATION BUSES-Sun- electrical CLOCKS Electric also elec- w.Ue board motor Johnson J-70 slntl FURNITURE Dlnint rom at. .
fans. Irons and all appliances thlntles or built up and : and new 5 HP Johnson or 2Vi hpEvlnrude Jewel Drive.IZ4SEROFYICE
ADVICE-Piychle readings dally.clrcl nlland Bur.. 30 East Pick up and delivery alH.t Inc wall H. H. Parrish Priced for Excellent condltoa. C. .J. Nelson. bloD. oak Duncan sa I
Ta.1 .n- Smith clok. outboard
sidlnt & Sons Communications
4688. SYSTEM -
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8 Tour230: 10tr. blonde oak tables
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Pine Hard Phone Merrltt : -
I Prompt repair on ranges *are. Orante I plre. Calr.
Tn. Ibon. ice I quick sale See any Arling ). Immediate delivery Florida
futu B 44* Church heater CaldweU it Harris.2213EdgewaterJr 21841.ALUiAINUM. I tme. 3 .. West Yale
water ton. ELECTRIC FANS-Toasters: sandwich Equipment Co. 390 N
12 Rev Cherry office phone '0.DBRraib 17. hauling and Moving_ .phone 2112.cCAG I UTENSILS Molds for | also arU.: mixers and Iron*. Fair I' FANS Window and attic from 8 to,. BU.lnel. 545V
reading methods Moth proofing Prices reduced OARS SVi-foot: oar Phone 2-
BAT S3 E. Church
and house salads ..I and clothes I H H. Parrish Hardware. 220 Store. Church._ _ 481e ICE 50 .
.' Columbia s Dixie Rut Clener. ph 7642 pppr. Il. BOX- metal. A-l condition -
: 22331.WCCARNRm I AL VAN LE. DCN.tln'. WW1 sprinkler .rater. te cookie S. Phone 2-1841. ELECTRIC: CLEANER SEVICE 1219 Park Lake Avenue .
ALl ph. Electrical ROOF RPAIRINOHi. cutters H. Hardware. 220 I Only outlet for I FREEZERS sizes In latest models
Florida Call Fidelity Btorate it WarehouseCo. Contr.cor. .. SOrange_ P n1841._ ., BATH TUB Toilet mulllon window For modern upkeep Honr call i From (249 50 up. Prompt delivery. INSULATION-Double thick Balsam
10. hair for .estimates on your loot I iiRSANDINGPn1ln. d.a-. I Red the Roofer" Phone 2-1J55 I dining room suite 9 pieces Cban- p.rt. authorized Walter J Wllroz Inc. E. Robinson Wool Money back tuarantee. Let
Jackson I All AtTQUEoab l&bt. 1 pair 27 'dsller kitchen sink and 2304 I Hoover service S explain .
distance movlnc 56-61 W. : cbine. Founded 1931.i u* Smith Lumber Co.. M.Orante
permanentlyremovedPh.jl408 REFRIGERATION REPAIRS Yon
I work bnded ve I 41 Small brass W. Ave. station Bumby Hdw. 6104 or 21753.EMERSON and Railroad
St Phone2.31$4. _ aua.nLeen.
tried rest now try the best. F.lrbank
TRIPS from Dora to Silver andirons Mahogany mantel
BAT through beautiful Ok- I YFWWE TRSI CO.- I: ice 10 r. uprenc.Bass Floor prolP'Surf acIng Bartons.t. .' to Colony Theater. Pair f..urln. 911 Seville dok.j BABY BED-Wltn wet proof laC up at RIOS Store.From 20 81995 W i I FLUOREE PXREl$ lt JOINTER-6'. with U h.p. motor

aprn. t. Boat Works. .A C.I Joiner pbo.Co.FURNITURK. 2-170. Winter Park Phone 93 AQUELLA-Painttbat makes tress Also roll-away bed and m.c i Church Phone Muac. I Fair Store. 10 W. Church J and 12" rip saw complete. 513 Vlr1 -'

phone Rnr.. Dora Fla Van and also Storage local H"le moving storaie..' UPBOLTY-RfnI IS : u t masonry surfaces naterproof :i iI Ires' 214"Dolilns St. ELECTRIC FANS.462.I Firestone 12 In. 3- FURNITURE New and used Pay glnla Drive

BARBER SERVICE chairs ready & .tl.tea.. crating and 1400 Ishlnt 4 pie. Hdrom spray Cut: ere, shrubs .: have various colon Smyth I speed oscillating Table model cash and save 10 to 2: per cent KAIAK-With double'bladed paddle
.h1pl. I BABY BUGGY 721 E Amelia 8278 See before 9 .
flowers ; A M after 1230
FurnitureCo or
you with fast efficient suit 867 Co..N. Oran-e and Railroad purchases
serve 1n S. Division: ph 7988DEEMS (4250 2 piece llvlnt room Cal 826 95. Firestone. Orange and Concord on your Ba. .
ice All Union shop W* at 5: Ph. I W. Church St. Phone 1 P M 17 E Muriel St
clo. up Paul.Repair Shop 2-118. SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED; everything ATTIC >lcr*. Complete i 825 1820.
East Sid Barber Shop 60 Church. DELIVERY lnle. phone AND FINISHING I pumped and hauled: P. J. FANSAl 1.n fans Orlando BENCH SAW-With I. or 1-3 b.p. FURNITURE-Llvlnt room. .ult. 4 KITCHEN CABINET-A-l; small slse.
light hauling.every FLOOR SANDING H-P
C.-R. STEVENS. Broker-I have 773 lead: IO"I. rates.KNOLLENBERG8 Prompt aervlce Modern equipment I Burke Permanent resident: bnded 1 Appliance Co. Inc.. 210 N. Or.ne motor or both. 122 Pine St. ENGIE22. Br..trattn. 65. Bedroom suite. 16.Dal 820 Perfection 2-burner oil cook

moved my Real Zt.t and Insurance Local movtnc.storste. : portable power unit Established Insured Route 11. Box 231: 2-88. AY. Phone 4537.AUTOMATIC j I I ange Annue.ELROLUXNew.. Jlch.rd. 455.pice. Ave stove A-l. 81250 311 E. Orlando
business from Court St. workman: licensed: SEPTIC INSTALLED and WATER COOLERS by BABY CARRIAGE-1734 Kuhl Av*. cabinet -F
.307 W. Par Ave Phone 2-3554 crUn.. p.ekll. Also. 1135.: Ikle. Steven Floor Surf cleaned TANK.pproYd. 20 yeanIn Westlnghouse. Cordley. Bunroc !' Perfect cnditon. SPECLore fin KEROSENE STOVES-Whit. enamel.
for Delcher Pb. 2.2642.
JENNIE OAL Folks who say they agent Moving 506 Mary St Dial 4965 aC I clnt Co. Phone 6582 buslne.: Alterlat. Call 6730 or Chant your present dead expense I II BEVERAGE COOLER Brunswick 10: Valar. office desks leather upholsteredswivel several style H. H Parrish Hardware
cant **t.of 10t give me a FURNITURE REPAIRED and refinished into a real Inn.tment Term If de.I I Blue-Flash Liquid and wild food ELECTRIC IONER21" .Ia bicycle chair kerosene opr.td Cold- Z20S Orante Phone 2-1841
laff AH you do I* LONG DISTANCE MOVING &I like new C.blnet mad to PALMS and I sired I .. 61 E refrigeration Easy access: trtiterstorage 24- Eledre spot refrtterator 312 runner KITCHEN SINKS-54-in. double drain
Berlou. John Hardware and Paint points. Packing crating local I I order. Co. 2323 NOr.ngt TREE TIMED :I Robinson Founded February 1936" capacity; faster cooling Immediate player 1016 Delaney 7x9 oval ri. J.nt with mixing faucet, strainer trap
Store. 2208 Edgewater P.8. Bell Uguaranteed ing Suddath Moving & Storage. Co. Tnd.1. C.I Fritur. 116 Irvin Street Please. phone 2-1147 I ATTIC install and tuar-: delivery e. Orlando ELECTRIC LAWN MOWER-100 ft. Furniture Exch.nte. and metal cabinet. Complete for
I year with !' 115 W. Columbia Phone 11. I FLOOR SANDING-Finishint. cleaning UPHOLSTERY-Robert 8 Brown. I afire PA-W1 Ph 2-0346. 513 i iI Appliance Co...Ic.. N. cord Can b seen a 2628 East I FURNITURE-'Studio couches 849.50. 8119 95.cash or 83995 down and
I .cuon.
cationUVE VETERAN WT TUC desires waxlnt Exclusive agent for 2911 N. Orange Ave.. offers finest Virginia Drive r Orange dial 4537.BEVERAOECOOLERUsed. Jefferson 3-piece bedroom suites $5950;. 8746 per month. Wyckoffi Hdw,

BAXT-Shlners. 1.t motor I short & haul Flor-Co Sealer which luaranlr. perfect fabrics and workm.n.blp.UFHOLTEIOUP I ATTIC FANS-. sIzes from 30 8 foot. ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR Com I pc llvlnt room suit (45; roll-away 2524 Kuhl
and cabins. Faq frltar. lumber cement blok or satisfaction to you who I II" : 48 In. we .\l make survey t 8125 Ice cabinet new 8495 mercial. 2-door. 8 cu ft.. FrigIdalre beds complete. (25: fiber wardrob.I KNIVES-IXL budding knives Burn-
Camp near Gourd Beck you Phone 2-21. I Quality Lasting Floor Estimates ,i covn..retn. estimate of complete Installation at Florida Bu.lne.ere.1 Equip Co. 390 N. : excellent condition. 8150 I double door (S 95: double dor let.1. by Hardware Company 102 West
Lake Apopka CAN HANDLE IMMEDIATELY-Loads free Orlando For Surfacing Co.., Ibln. wlbou'. W. Central. no Terms up to 36 month Orsnie 5454 Smith Place Plymouth L utility cabinet (18.95. Whltmlre Fur.nlture. Church

M PAIJR Spiritualist B.d or pan loads of household goads Etabl.br al. 1125. 1809 N. Or Cal or 22353.UPHOLTEINGWe. I tost 4c Keiser.. Vogue Theatre CHAIRS-Tables; bicycles; bed; prInting ELECTRIC RANGE-Apt. size Monarch 306 W. Church LADDERS-.Stepladdera. 4 to 8-foot
In. Cc. Thurs. 8 P. from Cleveland. Ohio or en rout. .. ph Block._Colonlaltown: cMal 5136 press and 756 Maryland 3 burner deepwell cooker, FURNITURE EleeCI refrigerator Bumby Hardware Company 102

213 1. Wuhlnela. D.I 2-C1. MaIn Pulford 5281.i Van. & Storage Co. rbuid. rp.lr. tt ALUMINUM WINDOWS Double Ave.. Winter .Pak pn., oven 160 Glenrtdie W.,. Winter and 5 room nice furniture West Church Street
upbol.tr off E Winter Park road. Ruts complete
ROOM. BOARD and nursing car foraged look Ilc new. Samples on request. hunt Cost less than steel windows top and wall New. Pek. Sell cunaln. drp. trade LUMBER All kind dimensions. Also
and 1920 5.Michigan FLOOR SANDING-Finishint and Never needs paint They wont I CABINE-T.bl ELECTRIC PUMP Practically wU
warp -
1122 W.
HmtlnYUd i 18. Laundry Work Runs MaUn.Co. Cburch. I bed with mattress le. for good house trailer over slab and edging 810m. Doors. 1401
Av*. laying. Modern floor with modern Price reduced 20%. Southeast Steel 543 W. Yale Ave _Radio-Phonoraph 1206 35th W Washington StUVU.a .
2-221. Rev J M Wilson First Bapt.
SWEDISH MAS8AOE-For arthrttt; Free method estimates: modern Specialism dustless equipment.in Pene- VENETIAN BLINDS REPAIRED and Sales stair Co.. 10 W.2-1442 Amelia An. down SIDING-The perfect wall- ELRC MOTOR.h P. Westlnt- Mission. Leesburt er.. ROOM SUITE.-3 piec*. Junior

neuritis: .Ienderlne. Miss au I ROM LAUNDRY-735 W. tre-lae finish. Price 6e per ft. finished refinished: experienced factory employes. CELL boad for exterior us*. Saves time 740 N FILING CABINETS-Steel. oak dlnlnt room suit*. Gas
Vert. 1208 AT*. IY- ALUMINUM MOULDINGS and trim Ferncreek Ave 4r.er.
.ton.LAUNDRYvBy. Floor Surfacing Co. Orlando Venetian Blind 1. and money Smith Lumber CoN. letter size with and lot heater Phone 5331
Ladle only 215.I Moer Co. 1739 8 Kuhl: 8059. ml. Also s.ok rll.. Standard Oranre and Railroad ECTRIC FANS-Several types at Immediate delivery Smith-Wilson Co. LAWN SUPPLIES Wheelbarrows.
Ph off.
Southeast Steel
IPINC SUPPORTS Individually colored woman at WASHING MACHINE REPAIR- .17el Co, W. Amelia Ave. Sales CAN OPENERS-Ire crushers juicers; Kelvlnator Dept..Bumby Hardware. I 401 W. Central: 9759GALVANIZED lawn cart*, lawn mowers grass
Mrs. W.r. 1202 E. home Lane or small bundles Service on all mata 10 do.nltai by Dazey H. H. Parrlsh Hardware. I 102 W. 'Church.ELECTRIC PIPE-New. *s catchers sprinklers Wilson Leon

Washington Phone 2-35 or 2-301.I 737 W. Livingston I REPAIRED Cleaning and tuaranteed Al Wlnln 2014 E. AQUEL-ontrol 220 S. Or.ne. Phone 1-2841 I HEATER.5.-30 i New No. 2364 Craftsman drill pre.Inb ard Hardware. 42 W. Central. Phone
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: PAS expert electricians John Kaley Ave. phone water leakage clos and -"I'To gas 30-tallon with motor (98.75. Small amount 2.2187.
our service
ties Is hereby given that I T Hnlele. Church. a.lpn.. ** on brik. concrete CASEMENAtSERSDr water he.te.. Hardware. 102 I 9x12 ft galvanized rooflnt RUGS 9x10
laundry New n Wringer la lrtle Co. 2 J Ph stucco Any kind of ,. I ; all BUlb I new LINOLEUM ; 8649
be responsible for any.debt or obligations I type or spin dry. Play ground for 5186 Bmylh Lumber Co., N. Orani malnr and kinds Smith Lumber Co. N. Orangeand I W. ; About 500 ft. boat cypress Nine new Dishes dlihes. dishes, 8329 to
lear by except the kiddles Ample parking ipace No FURNITURE WELL DRILLING Railroad I Railroad ENAMEL-So.E'Zy. 15 color. hour lavatories with flttinvs (23.75. Killarney 838.75. Firestone Orange and Concord
Sr. May >. 1947 UPHOLTEERfl I
mi.lf.L5. I Flshlnt Camp near Gourd .
"ia appointments necessary Strack Sell Slip BEDROOM SUITE-Purchased! Surprise enameL Knox Stores Co. 2: E.
V. D. MERCER-Metal man and associates ,I Service Laundry. 316 W. Washington !lbe_ .COy.: 2-08 or 2-2353. We drU and guarantee any size deep AUTOMATIC Electric 10. WATER 30 and HunK. I I I"Mertlandi" Item free 2300 Edgewater I, Pine : '3163_. Neck Sprint en Lake Apopka LAWNMOWERS Good assortment

are no longer associatedwith 8L corner Washington and Huihsy FURNITURE repaired and refinished wel 01 require. Pay while you Limited quantity but Moore Furniture College Plrk. IoeI Automatic control I OAS FLOOR PUACI- u.e 2months. standard makes: also replacement
Paint Shop Is now located .. Nothing down 38 monthsto I 25 E. Pin .
Vo.t phone u.wel ; Proctor 2-341. part Knox Store Co. *
812. also repaired and Convenient COIL SPRINGS-Good condition; Unnr.1 S.IOI W1 lataU Ph
In of D.mond T. Sales and p.a. Libby It Freeman 711 W :ledl.t lataaUa. eoC Bumby 102 W. 513 Phone 2-3163
Service. 103 N Blossom BE INDEPENDENT Do your ow. ed. .. Co. 1122 W. Church. VogueTheater ) ton laltre.l. fair. Standard .1. Drn.
I will not responsible for Tai 1.andr. Try the Helpy-Selfy Lan Church: 2-221. Block. Colonlaltown. dial water heater arm kerosene. 20 ELECTRIC DRILL-V.-lnch. Black GARE TRACTOR-Gravely. With LAWN AND GARDEN SUPPLIER-
or b wise other than my. ..ber. Open eunln. .p FLOOR SANDING Finishing Spe 5136 gal tank JM4 Lakeland St. and Decker H. H. Parrish Hardware 10.er and cultivator attachmentsIn Lawn mower hose sprinkler
delta, pointment -. 20 220 8. Orsnie Phone fine condition Will trade for small complete line of hand tool*. H H
will rco.nl.only my twnsltnatur Helpy-Selfy leeu.Lud. 2304 X. Rbi ea.. Pentr.-I.1 &re.tlrn" WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS A APARTMENT KITCHENS-Complete I CANOES. Old Town just .rr"e. 2184.ELCIC boat Q. Stedronsky. Box 77. En- Parrish Hardware. 220 8. Orani Av.
upon business eCulplenLWort with electric r.nee.I ended. double RANGES Apartment (
eeh. e.prlcD. stakes. Mytat official rdrl.eatr.
dial lu.re. 2-1841
forms. ete With* V.. la 143. IUar"t. Licensed. Prompt Barton next to Colony Theater..e"le. sink and Immedlat 1. 13. 15. 16. 17 and 18-ft. sized For Immediate de I terprlse Fla.GALVANIZED ;
W: P KELLY. Registered Surveyor. service Burk. 7851. Winter Park delivery Modern Appliances.Inc. Pine Boat 4c Construction Co- livery, Modern AppU.nee. Ine. 428 WARE-Palls. garbage LADDERS Extension. Step and
8 Church and Arcade. Phone I 19. Services Offered W window: 13.WATRPROFG .. 428 N. Orange: 2-2514. Pine Cattle Fla N. Oranee Ave c.n.wash tubs etc Bumby Hardware straight ladders Also kitchen
8346 I.I HOUSI ABren.. paint ARMY TENTS : Co. 102 W. Church stools and chairs Mill and Nebraska
al lnld. lok. New. all sixes tar CUB Com-
ADVICE TO BUILDERS-And Cleaning and waxIng lon 8ERVC- P I paulins. 12-pi. all sixes; trailer SCOU. UNIFRM.. 11.2-0318 GARDEN HOSE-KoreseaL 25 and 50 LIVING ROOM SUITE-Purchased!
notations See 3$ Igou at Mills today c.1
: our specialty 2-4307 : :W ft lentths B. F Goodrich. Garland I Surprise item free 2300 EdgewaterMoors's
12. Lost and Found I and N.bruka.II : Co of Central Florida: : Navy b.mmok.; Jungle hammocks CLOTHES PLUNGERS-Loosen* dirt WATER HEATERS
HOME SERVICE General rp.i. t I InrM .. I ; folding cot; raincoats and easily and mat. washing easier and Robinson Ave I Furniture College Park

SARBOB LOST-Gold with pearlt. New construction Windows aren clothing Many lew Items Morgans R H. Hed.a.. 220 S. Automatic Beater en hand 12-tal- GALVANIZED GARBAGE CANB 1 LAWN MOWERS Featherweight
Salvage Store. 46 E Church SI \. Ion. 870 eacii. .
Reward Telephone 1-2371. II and caulking enrtee Licensed Oranie Phone Tie p.ment. 21-tallon rapacity H 82195 Firestone. Orange and Con-
APPLIANCES SERVICED-Waihlnc bonded Phone 1522. WELL DRGLt us drill your ASBESTONE wall 2184.CFFE Nothing dow. 38 Hardware. 220 S. Oranie. Phone
LOST-Black. Between machines serviced Prompt efficient D..wel. pump for I BOARDA bad MAKER PARTS-Sllex. I Libby & Freeman. W. Church.
auAK I I of 2-1841 Walnut -
a 1
and Melbourne 416 W. I on all makes have HOOVER VACUUM C"Ni- or Irritation. Easy 10 u. W.tcrprof. upper and lower pat. LIVING ROOM SUITE-2 piece.
Concord Av*.. phone 2-3481 the repai Brltts. General WeRle ,I ice Bumby nothing down. 36 months p.ment. t wap. G.t U Mills and Nebra.ka. R CP. Parrish Hardware. GLUE"Weld.o. plastic Wltr trim. 8100.2300 S. Kull Ave.

P.r. Dealer. 358 N retr Church Phone 1104.BOUSEWIDWS. Belmany Well DUnl and PIP ANTIQ1JES--3-way speaker system. Orante Phone 2-184. prof. .. 20I LATHE 'South Bend 9x22. aU
14. Beauty Parlors I Pr.nebla 11. | WAHE. In- Supply. Winter O.rdln Rd. 1 l I baby carriages, leather goods: i COOKING UTENSILS-Stainless steel. ,: FURNITURE-Unused. Used abused I 8. Granite Phone 21841.GARDEN attachment and cabinet bench.
Por and east of Orlo Vista Orlando 7087 book-ends Glass ware; curios: .Ik'' aluminum. white enamel. Pyrex. and Indifferent can be bought PLOWS "True Temper" See at 53 E. Church Ph 2-3866

AMMERMAN'S-Individual attention ;t polished Phone B.mbr. 7228. or WASHING MACHIE REPAIRED by scarfs: musical tnatrument: auto i Knox Store Co.. 25 E. Pine Phone from friendly Miner furniture of Orlando.56 E the. homeof H. H. Parrlth Hardware 220 South LEAF RAKES Large assortment

given prospective brides Correctness ALTERATIONS DressmaafTgand call nehtl 2-308. expert U1 factory electrical .uppl.et. next C 2-3163 : Curc Orante Avgnue Phone 2-14 Bumby Hardware Co.. 102 W
In waving fal.1 and button holes Ferris Fasirionett WASHED In a new and un pat. AU work tutranteed W* sell Post i COCA-COLA STORAGE 2 'PANSEsh.u.t circulators; whole GASOLINE ENGINES h.p. Brltts Church 8tLUMBER .
t, beauty ealur.. 1. Pine&lua. 2202 H Edsewater Drive HOUSE by steam They look like P.r and wringer rol for all types ASBESTOS SIDING-And roof shingles I electric Practically BX, .I. .f.et, free ..tlata and Stratton See Profile Supply Everything In building

graduates APPLIANCE SERVICE a. your suit does when It eom. from w&hlr. & Harl RepaIr For a lifetime Job. Get It at H 8. Kress &Co. 122 8. Oranre AIPI. Phone 2282.FRNIREp Co.. 1600 .Atlanta Ave. phone 7124 lumber and wood Colonial Lumber

A"IAN-PopetY your graduation tors. washers. aU appllames. [ the cleaner Doe no damage to anything phone Se"lte.2-1972. 2213 Dr.. MU. and Nebraska CAMP STOVES-Just received a lane lime oak bedroom GAS RANGE-Breakfast set Com Cheney Hlthwty Ph 2-7142

permanent newt 20 E. Pine radios): r..onalle. Work Very reasonable Steam HouseWashing AIR COMPRESSOR en ft. .1 shipment Bumby Hsrdware. 102 .prnu. innerspring lat plete bedroom suite Radio Vlrlou.I LAWN; -SETS. rustle cypress; Better
6462 teed a I. Me ph.*-7364 or Co. Phone 2-3625 WELL DRILLING-We specialize in 8 ru ft Gasoline powered W. Church treis. Priced 1, small table 809 N. Hyer. SUD 1! made" 810 2 chain 1 settee
2-3021 HUGHET small diameter deep 2'. 214" 54 West Central Ave .1 at slsht C.I 174. I IS Pm. ,
AMERICAN BEAUTY SALON-44 V HOMI RAIRPom .weU. I with Turner 1234 Orange Winter Park.
W. Church tppoalt Rialto Theater AWNINGS-Special designs of Individual front to ror eelar. and 3" Can Install pump I I ATTIC FANS-American Blower and CONCREE. MIXPorable standard FRUIT JARS-Caps' rubbers and an : GAS RANGE-In very tood condition Phone 676W for a *eti .
heating of FHA plan Call or writ F. P. elerrlc 10tr. 1 I accessories Knox Stores Co., 25 E.
Bonnie formerly wlU Elisabeth beauty on each home Call Ichldl. .d .ntlatl. French Lontwood. Century-Hunter 36 42. 48In.. Installed block Wright For Information Inquire to 320 i MOTORBIKE-English Wellblk"
Phone 6
1.1n Welcomes her p.won and 9694 Ventilated Awnings of Orlando worl .u.rantd. Call 521. P. Convenient terms. Wckor'. Block p.lpt. Garden Pine Phone 2-3163 Hut hey Court Parachute model. Indian Motor

fr..d.. For ph 111.CHAR'I" Room 115. 14 E Church St LAWNS MOWED-Reasonable rates.power I I Hdw., 2524 Kuhl (II CONOOLEUM PI.nt RUGS In all FRITR-Wain at bedroom suite. GARDEN TRACTOR.-Cost 8250 used cycle Sales Winter Park. Open Bun-,

BEU Salon. ALLIS CHALMERS SERVICE and mo.e. straight day or PLANNING ON A HOUSE-Wt will I ALUMINUM LDER. straight 8. Special prices on all .la. pleer. 8prne. new mattress bout 10 bour A d.lon.tratr.Comliet. day and evenlnis.
build to suit needs Rex
40l. I"le. tel parts tractors and power units monthly eo"taet. Phone 7811 Builders Inc. 1221 your 37th Street. P.O. I 10. 12. t r.h' for the Slaughter 4 West Central Ave.COMMERCIALThIZFRIOERATOni. Twin m.ttrCa Lounge overstuffed cultlvstor. 8180 MODEL GAS ENGINES Hurricane
for Hilda Farm and Machinery 430 LAWN I home. Orange Concord I chair 744
Vivian Rlar.. Whiddes.Mecrory HOl. C. "OWD SAPEE- Box 2982 Fr.tone. Royal Palm Coun.rRILrl.. I 2-591. and Olsen. Cheap Ph 6809_____
W. Robinson: phone 2-2713 ,
AIRPLANE stock j 42 cu ft 1947 model forImmediate GIFT CLEARANCE SAL on SCOOTER 1946 Cushman.
Bid*.. Church dial MODELomplet altma. MOTOR -
ap.t.lr. Brownlnt. 140 W. StJ models HO-O rp.e" bed: 3 quarter l less than .
ACETYLENE and ewctne welding.machine ; .ree..ore. I Walter J. Wilcox I Many eO' Gir Perfect condition with accessories
work on pumps saw millsand 9134 30. Good Places Railroad boats, Model Inc. 61 E Roblnnon Founded 1936 ; wash stand: 1 I Shop 14 South St Open until 9 p.1I Home all day 617 N Hyer.UATrRESSPTaetlcaflY .
FLORENCE BEAU SHOP (Mother road construction machinery; LAWNS ORE.trassed. top soil- t EtA supplies Haleyt 214 N. Orange chairs; 3 tables: S burner I GASOLINE ENGINE Clinton IViH
>- Look Let as care aluminum and braaa casting. All DRINKING FOUNTAIN-Kelvlnator.automatic cabinet: desk cabinet-- Ice box radio. .
e.tlat.Erhadt. DINING of ATTIC cooled all engines
for your hair skin and nail*. Ph Machine Works. 131 W. McKle 2-1740 at ROM cb.f. wit PANSA t"p. 861 tberotat Bumby 46 model ;studio couch. Cox's Dairy. I P PUf 630 W. new Call
9707. to It b.t. Diner In.lal.tll Hardware 102 Churb. Vlneland road. Florida Pipe & Co. before 130 P.m. 424 W Par Av*.
.. ..
AWNINGS Pr car Venetian Can Sales l Se"l ph I Church St.; phone 6118
DRAPES-Wing chair 2
blinds line of dome.te
oriental china
ruts: 16 clectrie
material.432 8 Phone. Huehu.CLK., &.n LAWN CAl 31. Good Things to Eat outfit Heavy duty .: cutting Item Ph 2-7651. Oer hand. 8 pier You open and close your. MOVIE magazine CAMERAS loadlnt.- famous mm Air
C. torch with 3 tips welding lNJ-eeond garage doors without ever .
Wt cut U carefully with a power DESK-33 x 54 in. with 2 lane room suite 8149 SO. touchn. Fore model. Complete with F3 S
ALARM REPAIRED-Any HONEY-Its orange blossom torch with 5 Regulators gauges cnn. them See display at our .
SHORT CUT TO RECOVERY and will up your yard Whole tpa I drawers Only 88 50. 1121 N Orlando 5 drawer 810 112 I ImYb lens optical viewflnder. bsttery.
mower .
kind of electric equipment cl.n sale or retail Phone 2-3764 W. K.Wllder. i goggles. wrncb 50 ft of Dn.Sr. Lumber Co. N. Orange and R.U cord automatIc release
basil Jobs b, the Ave. Winter Park Maple dinette. 5 piece Walnut coupling
S We fix everything B.rte Repair "ont Pine Castle.ORANGESOX I hone Call between week days. 4.1. 1 road operate Value over 8200. i
of missing valuables of Shop. 48 Central I DESK lane size In good bedroom suite. (69 ready to
W. Ph. 7696 For 4674 McKay Bros. Hwy 441.ALUMINUM8UPPLIESFlst -Roll top. : 50-foot ] 855 Money back tuarantee
win be given while you areaway t. very H.t radio. 82450 desk. $24 50. GARE HOS- enet. special
I.ntc condition 513 VirgInia Drive Orr I
BEAD AND shipping or use sheetor Special Free booklet Movie film at tremend-
PUR STGIGJewelr this summer or at any time. La I I Office file 12 8995 Mather b.n .reen 1.15.
a kinds i a simple Sentinel- and w.tb lu.rn Very low rates Mathews-Blake Co.. 4232 5 W. Central We 1 rooflnt See Profile Supply Co.. DINE SET-Maple: double. single of Orlando. 56 E. Church st. Phone B ft J Service corner Boon out savings. Kodak Suoer-X Weston
ted. N.rad,'.1 Licensed and Bonded Oldest Licensed I VALENCIA best to 1600 Atlanta Ave. phone '124. eOlplete, Studio couch. 3 I Jackson 32. Oovt stork tested tuartnteed

Star Lost Ad announcing BUILDING SERVICE-If you owns lawn service In Orlando Ph7C11. I ship W*OR.. ETe tbell Also for wheels 3 fireside occasional table: circulating heater 2381.PRNIEpler GAS RANGE-Tsble In excel 16 mm 100 ft roll 81.so. SO ftmagasin .
you low we can build you an all framehouse horn use (US bushel Grapefruit I cb.lr. All In excellent table radio 2250 8. Bumby lent condition 875 England 81.25 Double 8 mm. 25ft

loss to at a price you can atlord. 7Se busheL Kint Fruit Co.. 1401 W. I 1 condition 20 N. Westmoreland Dr. DEL PUMPS-Shallow well 2 bedroom suite; Ave. Winter Psrk Florida 95c Processing extra Fast delivery
the finder of your missing Ph Fotoshop. Dept 596. 18 East
414. Washington: 7267 BATHROOM TILE in rust proof I' 4-.1. tanks IDt.ne... Kuhl E. cocb, oc..lon.1 kitchen HOT WATER HEATERS-3. 6. 10. 30 42nd Street New York 18. N Y.
BUILDING repairing and painting.I LOTS CLEARED Prompt aervlce VALENCIA ORNGE. Pick tb.1 I] Permatlle. All colors: low cost. p.ment. wctor's 224 table 4 chairs: 2-burner electric hotplate and 40 gallon capacity Orlando

property. Dial 4161. Prompt H"le. Licensed and bond Pt etn1ate any time. 116 Irrln. yourself l a 10 C. I I Free estimate. Bob Sweeney ph DEVENPORT and chair *35. Old love 8150 908 E. Washington St.. Appliance Co. InC 390 N. Orange [Continued On Next Page
ed. Ph 2-12. I..tn Adrian. 1817 Harwood 24632. seat. Odd chair.1\15 Elmwood St. phone 2-3094 Ave Phone 4537U. .

China Planes Amnesty for Greek 1 Mrs. Ml 'an's I II Ii .- -.- -.. -. S Army WeighsRed war standing. S.some armed valor of forces, when them during Russia with out-was the SalesConfinueClimb

Guerrillas Studied
Hurried ToReds' I an ally.
GENEVA Switzerland [LAP i The War Department has ruled

Prof. Georges Daux said yesterdaythe Will ProbatedWASHINGTON i that a soldIers "membership in or in South

Attack French delegation on the Security i Next Draft close affiliation with the Communist -

Party inimical the

lAP Chinese I CoucU's Balkan investigating WASHINGTON [ API The national i." t
NAG Gv- fAPl The ATLANTA TAP] The U S. Department -
.ret 100 planes commission would recommendan I Army may put drafted Communists -
I estate of Mrs. Evalyn Walsh Mc- I of Commerce reported
mal air into the defenseof amnesty for guerrillas in Greet Into separate units to keep
Lean, prominent Washingtonhostess Wile Found Guilty yesterday that business activity
yesterday a Communist supervised by the United them under surveillance in any ;

forces advanced from every b I and owner of the Hop renewal of selective service officials -' in the Southeast during the first

direction against that citadel capital Mark F. Ethridge Jr.. chief of diamond was tstlat at $ said yesterday. In Blonde Slaying ,j quarter of 1947 continued to move

of Shansi Province. the American delegation also said 550 in a ptton fed yesterday A problem of what to do with I
While : for ( PROVIDENCE. R. I. IAPJ Mrs. upward with sales volume of con

there and conceding elsewhere enemy Government gains "we favor a amnesty, but there probat Jewels".1. by Mrs. Communist draftees in the eventof I Julia Greene. 36. mother of three sumer durable goods setting the

Is opposition in the I the draft being revived in a :
children convicted of murder
was -
forces cmonon McLean at her here
npreicor of their the grounds of deat April future emergency has arisen froma in the scond degree yesterday -

own In In Shantung Province.Reports struggle I and it might b dropped entirely." I 26$350.000.was lumped" with no separate"not less figure thaI L 1h- War Department order prvd-I in the pistol slaying of herblonde 1 pace..fletfl and wholesale prices con

I ing that officers and men little Indica-
Pawtucket Mrs. rise with
foud neighbor tinued to
the ,
from Taiyuan acknowledged for Hope gem which legend ,

the Communists were In thevicinity Huge Welcome/ Awaits i called unlucky.Thurmond 4 to b Communists may be barred Virginia Btn 26. who she tion that a substantial reversaijp
the service or discharged

and of that Yutre.they 12 had miles Southeast : British Royal Family I 1' Arnold neutor. b'b. _- already in service., i i' charged tier husbandS Jack.the' affectionsof I in the trend Is imminent.

capte expressed the view that Mrs. Officials who were asked I industries were established
Fenyang. 61 miles LONDON (lAP King George The verdict carries it a
ad I McLean's debts ran about $174- whether this policy would conflict i "it in the area at a greater rate
cut the Taiyuan-Fenyang highwayat the royal family will return prison term of from years to
an 000. with any future universal draft than the corresponding quarter
several points. I t Eland today and a royal ,
I S draftees -
explained that Communist life.Mrs. of 1946.
Large Red form also last i 1'elcme after a three mont I Mrs. McLean's grandchildren Boston was on a
probably would
were reported 35 miles north of II tour of South Africa.Portsmouth I I eventually wi share the estate in somewhat the b hade Pawtucket Street la. while Sales Increases by States in the

Taiyuan and a similar distance already was jammed I about 20 ea from now. jiira4;; conscientious during a on a shopping trip. quarter compared with the initial
west. i with visitors and more than ______ ____ objetr were guarter of 1946 were Alabama 21

500.000 persons weer expected to : World I cent; Florida 20 per cent:
Taiyuan ringed at little Anspacher 69 I Greek Rebels Kill 11 per
i a !pack the beaches for the disembarkation I' Officials were not to South Carolina. 18 per cent, and

distance by by it motai own and"'alL i protected but I tomorrow. Lecturer-Writer, Dies : given say what Communist type of draftees.prepare b In Attack on Train Georgia 16 per cent.

1hbitnt. crowded by tht ad- I NASHVILLE lAP] Louis Kauf- ATHENS rAP Press
Windsors Soil for dsatche I About half the sounds a human
vnt &me 100000 destitute I EnglandNEW man Anspacher. 69. New York But they said that security said yesterday an ,

refugees were preparing for a I YORK fAPl Tt Duke writer and lecturer died of a'' GERMAN FAMILIES HOARD FOOD: Gnerallucius Clay announced against subversive action would more than 100 arN a passeni i being makes with his voice are

long siege. and Duchess of sailed her attack at a hotel room yes that he would use U. S. troops i necessary to collect assured by knowing where b ger train at Irasi. between Tripolis half made coming within from the mouth the vocal, the cords.other

--- yesterday for England o the whe returning from L food for German farmers who have been trying to balk German Comuit were and "'ht tty and Kalamata killed 1 prsn

Adequate storage space in ever Queen Elizabeth for a combinedbusiness Angeles a vacation trip food officials. Here food orders were -provided and freed 28 Leftist
official left
a b'I'I
room. in the hou will save and vacation trip. The was the author of the Glass I Ii ministry a munists could be Identified.Selfprofessed tog tke to Kalamata for I said to have been killed during

and improve te appearance of Duke ,said the hop t return ,i House AH the Kings Horses and I hoard of canned, fo and meat seized from a farm family i Communist !I gendarmes a railroad > the attack made with machine

the i home. I t the U. S. I te Fa other" plays. I near Berlin, put to general use. NEA Telephoto. I I Party members t rred In the '' Elht. woman and a, child were guns and automatic rifles.r .

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{ from Preceding Pace] 53. Articles for Sale 33. Articles for' Sale j 40. Pet Stock and Supplies j 14. Apartmcrtts for Rent iI 147. Rooms for Rent Want I House for Sale
t 150. 5. t unball Srnthtrltar!
American Oriental OERSTUXR MACHINIST chest PUPS-Thoroughbred. AKC I Includ- j I
RUG o.ruk.- TOOL BOX PNSHE. GORE AVE. 2Berl'. Quest APT. OR ;
33. Articles for Sale 9 a 12; .It Oxlt euaoa. 150. .It tools. Refrigerator anc I 10. week old. 819 W.princeton lag aU .tltel. rdrltr. 1 House. Lane airy rooms; 1. I rm.. Family ;I home.LOCATED Shade 7250.-2bedroommodern Henry i' ORLANDO. FLORIDA

Northwest eno n.l. EatnyW.Rod. mal'a tool kit with tools. Ave.uRis tlon laundering I I private baths. Kitchen privileges.HTLLCREST I 75. P. O. Burch. Broker l2sMaln2.1090. ,MAY 11. 1947
f 13
.ld sir pressure regulators with Nice cool place for Summer. Adult. i f _
JJIAT DISPLAY CASES- ::tZ: IU" .'. Belt lacer. V" eleetrto drill.ens DOG PUPPIES -7 wk. old only. *65 pr month. 733 8. Orlando :' AVE.:. 1647 Double I HOUSE-or i COLONIALTOWN 1 block bUsincenter. I -

T lr Fixture Corp.. 4( W. RIO Just received eompll> 1/6 and one Vi h p. motor. ali i pointer For Information .. 649 I Av*.. Winter Pek.I i| room; adjoining bath. of farate. I Reasonable Bungalow flra.d; 3 H 51. Houses for Sale
General Heatlnt CO.ATRWE8 Winter Park. d'b
Cooling & t St.. Florida.
1947 Croaliy Jackson .
I kit with miscellaneous APT. Near Colonlaltown Ph. 1 or 3 rooms: large front pre' garage i
ote HOUS&2
Innerspring.. super eluding 6lub modl 826 94. Fuller (| Sweet-Or heavy lumber TERRIER-Beautiful male. (I and r.room hot watersupplied. I! 2.11. i' fruit. See this for a el la bur! ; EAST SIDE-New 2-Wdroem marI -

and box iprinil. Bro-. 1.B Prt Av.. 8- W1t t jacket U.on* Alpaca Winter over- BOSON old. Paper (5. Call ( ( S.dtr Winter Garden JACKSON ST. 516 E.-Nlc* room 2422. Orlando. 110.5. Term Sam "ou Com- S I ry bunalow. with Si reared po. i

In original shjpplnc carton. Reta Park; Ph '. ,eat A 150. Cash or best of- On ra. or weekend Bar- Road; turn I.f Club llth with hot w.te and innersprincs. HOME- $ So. Main Str.L j and attached cans*. Central on ji-ai <

'tirlc S9.SO.. .I sacrifice '. RADol0 tub CDI. (65. 7581 I evenings. 703 Eden Park I wood. 8254. f hous* In en Telephone 4131.UVNGSTON I bus line or CLOSE IN-Bungalow partly f.r i autematle water beater lot lOOxJij.
Park (-8533.UlNDIL : 749-R. Ave. Lockhart. On paved road only i
m.se from
'h .
fl lese. Box 299 Large ,
.. r S. Wn.r AND P003.-Kittens and pup APARTMENT 4 rooms completely AVE.-Twin bedroom. ale. De radIU trl.ra. Orlando. Immediate
3 blocks and pxnui-ay. Os. -
STUDIO CUCH-tmof. prewar.Splendid : door CAT Orlando Human Society. )I furnished. Electric refrigerator. business people. HOUSE. 2 \ \ starling at *6 OO. Rex
Exclusively at
LCOGAGX r ss ru*. i HR2LIG CE I 1 I Special price immediate -: UUXa Rual
electric vatehonte. Ph. .hurh. to
; washing machine partially
S hadwar. B27B and 1-6712. sewS 82' ; tars: 128 N. Orange. 4147
Compl. o phone
Uarman'a, 27 Wt $7.350
Chad 4 x 12. new. Lawn mowir. MUcellaneou f Ins sal and occupancy. i
machine utilities. Box 15' Star.
Bteel Bales block bus.
'el. lr.r. 8u\b .t 4 LAKE ST.. 436 Nice cool room. Close _
Items. 911 SevIlle Place. Co.. coach dog puppies. (IS week. Sam Johnaoa Company. 208 M.l j EAST SIDIC Funtlahed'b ar.i .
W. Amelia DALMATIAN or per 1309 3lit St. 8
dOWDSl.lr to everything. Gentlemen only.
I I 10 .n.I I Ph HOCEE-2. 3 1 1 1I
1ATTRZZ3-eZt mattress for single SCREEN DOORS and fancy rills. O. Dick. Old Mt. Dora Road. 228O1I (' Reason&bls.LAKE Street.ClOSE cottass. Close to bus line A. i
2-14. !
Llk Price 10. Call H Eustls. Fla. 1 i: t option to I O L I Ureia. H. A. Joocs. Broker. 3..1I
Push Mall House I I IN-New concrete block
2 0:1.k._ _._ _ ncmben pl.t.d.ll.n. bl. Neb I LOGAN air'.D hydraulic cylinder P. 24td. I for couple APARTMENT with small baby.Suitable I I FRONT-Double room.. Pnl'1 9628. |! home. S full alzed rooms. Oak andpine I S Conway Bead. Call 5744.S '
PUPPIES Male. private
and coolant : DALMATIAN regie- UNFURNISHED !
raska. Ilh. elt.nr. 2 screened Smz.-o-room i
on ehurt. to".aj w.
JuOTOH BIKE' All In good pump J. A. Posteir. lL I tered. Telephone 8215 for ,plat 11 pr mODt Available Mar Utb I privileges. renee required i apartment or Wilbur non. pr be.11.I i nice bath and woodwork. Near b'.s
Extr. SCREENS for windows 1 I N.W.. 3. Oa. i 07. j I $13 weekly 6015.I | resident. Can I 1 S'rlckl'De sad drug
.hpe. or 106 Harvard. Electrle fan. 30 In. 4dD" At.nt I 'I C.I Church: 17. stores. 4250. C B. IMS_.
2.741' : EFFECIENCY APARTMENT-Every I LUCERNE SECTION-Cool. coir. ad. ton. '75.ilDERLY Realtor; 1(>4 E. Jefferson. 3lfii..
:; nylon h.p. HUDSON Fountain .nt.DS tripped clipped : CLOSE IN Near Lake tola. Excellent -
.'MINNOW PAILS Ashway ; on 1.1 pdelta 2 earbonator automatic BOAJ. I thing furnished. Merry Mount j -
tines; Creek bat good assortment. merlin. motorless. ancoadUDalYlu.r.nteed. Small Animal I j Drln. oU Winter Garden Rod: 4tb jacent Phone bath. Adut Very f.la I LADY I j Income JlbllU.for somee ;. EAST ETD8 About 1 bl
H. Cub H.rd..r. SEWING MACHINE-Treddle. In excellent I Immediate del\ ; Hospital. 1600 N. Oran: 4848. j house oa left. .11e. 2350.LVINOSTON board. in with Ylalol. 1rol I'iI Lola as have a very rom.vnao.j:
520 8. Phone Curry ,; AVE.. 620 E.-Nic* d1 nvrrt_pm:! Priced | 3-bedroom home convenient ta ev
OrN' 2-14. Call after Sundsy. 2.4. I II EFFICIENCY I bat rlh& (al W Caw.
: condlUoa DOO POOD. NIbbles and %- : doc APART"EN One Double bed. i UNFURNISHED j jftfi thing Fries (8500.: (5500 cash.
LAKE COUNTY flul KIlh.1 with assume
crank For rom.
telephone AGENTS 1
Rebuilt 1941 new for used 1.
M O TOR- ; Inform.toD 4U. I I and Orlando | room. and hot .
Ph. I (3000
thaft: good as new for (17S. SHELLAC-Alcohol; turpentine. Mln- I : bid**. These building com rmedl.. Dial .upple.. Iho.e. Private entrance. Oas cookinc. laundry pnYI"I. 130' I nent,..Illd.D1 N. Orange: 2-51. ( Carter Realtors.mortgage.70 Jamsrt at '
. In sections- .:: X-1 LUCERNE 618-Large corner or (north* a rooms and i iI 1. Central Pt .01
'telephone 241s. 1 1.WJlcN I eral spirits. All paint .uppl. def easy to erect. I innerspring mattreas. Ideal torbuslnesg CCL. CITY LIMITS A. T. Carter. 9516
caNETs-rom S.SO Smith Lumber Co. N. I 16/16 F.O.B. Camp (195.00.1:!I FOX TERRIER PUPS-Thoroughbred. t couple or elderly couple. rom Lake Lucerne. I PfRMANEN I bath partly faD (1000 cash. !:
Look ours Smyth I Railroad. Or'DI to your lot. (240 00. 14/48 I 6 weeks old. 641 W. Concord Aye J Quiet atmosphere. The Little Twin *. pn't bath maid serv- a Tot.I price 150. KID Realty: 30 EAST SIDE 2406 KtUon. meVSome.

Lumber N. Orant and Railroad. I I F.O.B. Camp (400. DUnrd to .S nue. telephone 3-3409. House about S mIles north of Pal Ice. Summer r.t. Ph. 2-3003.- I ed 3 bdrol E. Church, 84. > 2 bedrooms apace heaters hot Wa
2:0. SOLAR H11 Ph. 2-110. your lot. 55000. Undo on route 17-82. Or Box LUCERNE LODGE 227 Lucerne tion COLONiALTOWN Only 2 block let Venetian blinds. UnfurnM'- T
Klt.r. Ril I 1 I
: RESILVERED; made & 2734 I tor. Tavares Florida.. FOX TERRIER PUPPE. 2 month I Maltland. iAP.frnilhe. 13.E Circle at Delaney on Lucerne Winter Park. shopping center. $7300._ furnished. (8500. Term ('.'
window glaxln (laas. old Male 304 or Phone Ll from this pPI.r
SCREENING plastic Pric at 9Ue
order COLDSPOT electric 1. coolest pot in frame bung alew. oWtxiariorji,4.
Wks.. 8249.XAIL refrigerator. I Adults only. N.J. V.ntl.tD 5 old 2
J.o Mirror i per foot. Firestone. Or.ln ..ndCOleor. Prosperity ga range; all steel .47. Harl. .. 8. X. corner fan. newly decorated no olll.toa 51. .I.r 2 nice screened prche oil ', story home of hollow-til coot:ruc

BOXES-City and rural types. i porch glider: SUverton cabinet radio: GREAT DANE Fawn and brtndl. .r ho! Pa. ti. sister yourself. Summer r.t. i J ,. Completely funl .o tion. 3 bedrooms. 1'. batha. 3-ear

H. I Parrtsh Hardware 220 .I 8HOESI-New Navy Black Oxfords glass top eoffe table. All in excellent I maie. 15 mo*. old; registered. Inquire NICK HOME for lady settled LAKE ST. 435-Summer rates. Pan ALTAMONTE h.bu at Rex-McOill. .I e (arag*. Laundry auvuul ha- ,.
cou 15.
O.na. Phon. 2-14. mad ta government specificationsby condition Ills Park Lane Ave. Davis Dm Store. Titusvllle. __ pie. Apply 803 X. LlTlntston.1 innerspring mattresses water and small 12* N. Phone 4147. I wood floor* throughout. Price IL

MOVIES lo the Home. New* Parade outstanding manufacturers. Pain I PUPPIES P.r.bre dewormed Eskimo I for detail.APTBedroom.. An. cold drink. Ph. 20893. |I, moel. E lNIAtTOWN-LaSslle St.. new 1 Son 500. furnished.Realtors. 2-3176.O. H. KJttrtdj* ts
Individually boxed. 2016 25P.i.
travel comic pairs. (
I .pl. EoU.b shepsrdi. Pit Urine room dining !i MAGNOLIA AVE., 419-Double rom 1 Realtor. Central : I frame 3-bedroom 1180.Small downS "HOLS '
Fob j I
Bowttead" Camera Shop JC39 MOrsnse FOREST Uat
; -Overlooking
8m.l.r Ita. 1.1 P.i. bulls. PoIDI.n.male I with private bath and two .. -
terl.rl. I ANGEBILT .
can 3-1515. DJnM ARTC room electric kitchen. Reasonable. I I ,m.nt. ful Lake .
; su* WU built, .'
I I Bids.. Houston. Rra. I 100. t.m.l.SIS 00. Hounds 407 Sunset Dr. Adults i per day. |I immediate sale St. New cement block .turco. I we
1 planned.
OUTBOARD MOTORNew 9.7 Evlnrud t N (73 8MU raevl crossed 817.50. 2-134. attached Spacious 2-tory home j
camera n 9 with I 3250. Oak floors;
*. used less than 10 hour 3TEPL.ADDZRD.4.5. 6. 7. (. and filter and case. 3 speeds. Pr. Ship C.OD. WoodvlU 8 t11NlSflEDPARTMENT for rent ORANGE A VEDE. 5U North-Double Redters.choL Broker. 2.b.Nf. Terms. I bedroom 2 tile batha. powder rc'm.
,Phe.. 2-2134. 1016 Mt. Ven_. I. 10-foot height Wilson Leonard 17.1D | Kennel Owlngs. .ppron1. -Adult; no pets. 3 room modern S rool for lightmeaii ,. ,! arate.Fernerork frame I High corner lot well landscaped. ILls
Hardware 42 W. apt. on lake. Follow 441. j ADAIR LAKE j SSSWS & I unusual home 1* completely and
OFFICE SAFE-Medium ill. First C.nua N 869-410-23 ever and tinder shot- two months old. Rout I I lv tarnlabed. $ I
3500. PUPPIEPurbrd. toward Apopka. 1st clay turn ORANGE AVE. 473 galov. 100% E beautiful furnished Sacrifice te t'an .-*
clss) condition. .I.pho 2-218. PhoD.1 I I : left after passim Muikoka Cabins: nicely a.LYII.Irol. 2.323. with terms. 30 East I estate. (25.000. Exclusive wJi
2-174. STOVE-City gas 4-burner. Shepherd er Chinese Chow males $:I com to J. S. Huffman sign Nine Realty Company. I HuckeKO'Neat Realtorai
turn 11 ,
I : Breakfast prtvllese ) ( M Rob
tor (35. See at 1136 West L U07S-l/6th Horsepower electrie I rom. 1 C1I843S. I
OUTBOARD MOTOR Evlnrude female $25; Scotch Col. 8.1.1 ( ; I I left: folio center road to whit AVALON Church St. I insets: dial 3-3753.
hour. SEWING MACHINES Factory motor. IUC i iIf females (20; Pit (25: females house. I i BLV. SECTION New
; used only 90. rebuilt I CONWAY-BUMBY
8Drtm'l I AVE-New
ORANGE 788 Oacela. i 2-bedroom
guaranteed like (15: English Shepherd I N.-UJ.t.I. : 3 bed.rooms
new m.le AV. Lane rooms
Box 303 : I bungslow.
Ita. I tanPLDEfo' 872-1/4 Inch electrie drill. Same 'JJol bedroom [ lan rooms home. (6,000. already nnanced.
S tie cab- !
able and console. Al Wiggins: (20: females (IS; Toy Shepherd or l"lnuol i Urn kitchen plenty
.OVENS oil stove*. Stock include a* new. femile Shipped l.tb. t! ID.CUOI all we.1 ; bu Haiti School Section-i room and
IS (10
01 62.00. Spit male ( ; ; Phone p. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAILER park.Large !mmm"ai* po e *lon Near
te 287M. tacit. j bath
: one two-burner t Bumpy | furnished. Fruit tree .
p. JOfOI C.O.D. Your HarlanKennel. P.rl. I I Sam Johnson NearS
hardware 102 W. Cureb. I I b.lh.. Io. Stor. Co.. 1.P. L 1290 -Phllco combination radio .. Fountain .ppronl Ian I I APT.-4 rom. 140 per month. N. '| Phone uat.l.Rm. (5 per week. |"r. I Company store $7,567.208 So.term.Main Street."g3tf'SSZ&
OUTBOARD S POD. 238.SULDERtol and JhOII.Jb Sold for $79.40. 1 children or B. Q. 8. ST.. 1615 aiarto* Realtor. 32 E. Pint:
(50. .OTRohn' height. H. H. now. ( rOUCE PUP German si'i Tlneland ro.d.FURNUHI p.Wl. W.U.i PAL DRIVE. 752-Nice cool room. I I Lovely I _phone 5631.FORMOSAST..

)I. Pa' T.lr C&P'I I rI; trd.r. 8. Orange I (50 Registered to good AIC. .3. Ph: 800 Blue.Winter 2-ROOM apartment. !I I f Inteman.' Phone 253. i[ bath house. Large I; 2 for bedroom ones- ill: off KailPi.
Pb Parker AU colors. 1\enlnl phonl Lars
wood new block
OIL 8TQVES-Lar. new, Qulnl tlk. Rlul.r Garden or Box 305 I Reasonable. 1st. i : nor. town end house. (6 UuO.
.aren. bottles for .cbac I i AVE..' 205 W. Room Owner hat heft Contact real
iSa. ( your estate .
3-bumer. 9.95 SA8K WEIOH Most prcucall 8-6tar. I house north of Palrvllla Cabins. PRINETN Do.a .neru !., snle Come by and man.I
lD Orlndo .
''Purnltur Co. 141 slses. Knox Sore. Co..; 6-wk.-old biim.1]' Highway_441. Kitchen privileges a( settee like rent "lace before looking at anyothers I FERNDALE.: Fla.-New 4-room TToui;
: thin
N 549-Indys "Plstlnnm mounting desired. On bus line. Ph. 5376. Bolsnd. SM I
25 Phone 23163. PINr I furnished
Pine. and
.Church. K. J I Relor. best-offer. See 2tlots en Lisu-
stock. Inquire te N. M. Johns.Rt. I I APT-Newly Make in your
.OFFICE i cDte diamond. .pprolm.t.1 V.ur. I FRNI furnished RAEHN AVE.. 435; at 1500 N! Oral, 2- with Marti Williams.i I way equipped with ligbta. ra.n,: j
EQUIPMENT-For I SJIAW--toh blad. 13.1 side 1. Box 722-A. Maiden Avenue | room. 2 bedrooms dinette. nl i tie Thompson
lm.dl.t water
delivery typewriter te. I Kno Itor. (. I Pn. I diamond.12200.ImPrfaL TROPICAL FISH-Angel*. 1.5- I kitchen and bath. Private entrance.UpstaIrs. |{ fast Modern garage: bus optional.; private Weekly home (10. i I Reciter. 21 W. WashingtOn St. | or trade and for complete house plumbing trailer aud aa.<,
$nd Florida Equle- I Phone j shady and cool cross venUlatlon. Phone $106.51I11PARK. ear
eba 2311.I pair Sat. and Sun. I I Inquire Postmaster.
I i
,ment N. Orange dial si I 5CRZ&N1Nd36. L 1105 Hamilton Fi. I I Reasonable. Permanent j I WINTER PARK-O Chase. Single BEVERLY I
39 65.8na I 30. 36-Inch; carI Bill. Nebraska Ave. I I
2 JI.e r.loa I bedroom I FERN
I i bag makers; sprinklI watch. guests preferred or would rent to I or roml. Pnn.baths la: tie Owner "!! !' CREEK 8ECTI0j bP
TABLUd ok. 32"s8" e.n cf. 11.50. TROPICAL FISH. airpumps showers. screened I I I rooms living
I I i shells 222 W. Central I aou.rluD. Oct. 1st Summer rates. Box 323 B- I{ prh. !' to give tiP this lovelr 3- room dining room
d''r Z Hlnad I Hardware: lun Co.; 2.2317.8IR1M&AI1 L 631-Lady's whit told pl.nt. lupple.. Harry Coa' Etsr.Icier.. j| Summer rates Winter Park 27. tached ,aa;*. beUroom nunr.low. Oak floor Tile >Ibutler'a pantry den and kl'.coen.n1 .
bre.I.t ter 138 lot In Os
off Law
4 diamonds approximately ; NEW. round efficiency 1 1apartment. YALE 1432 W..-Room. twin oralnll. bath. Oil heat. Partly-furnished and aye. Large lot with plenty fruIt.
SAW-Electris with AVE .
HACK nrt Winter (
tnnD a.ndad .le. blue r.lc. Prk. Suitable for couple. BOS bath. Inner-1, hlmn. C.II.1 onN 4 rears rid Located 0" nice Term Jonas with M. J.
Bales .pphlre.
I ;
W.aarTr.r p.e .kU I trimmings. 125.0. sprints. Constant hot Near I r.1 .lh Our price (9.MO. Before MOM. BrokM. 133 8. SLain phone
Lucerne I roved street.
-*. Co. downstairs W. Amelia: dial I Terac. ..te. 5977.
10 41. Poultry and Supplies fomp.r' Realty Co19 I
3.D H lulu dna .r 2-1442. L 979-17 Jewel Led, wrist watch. bus. Business woman pref.rrd. Ph. i! rltht. Can bu'in see GeP. Brass !
-'elde .olrt Ybr.tol 1 Solid eold. and band with l E. CentralAve. Ph. 2-3155. FORMOSA SECTION-bo you iij
cu 46. House for Rent 604. ___ Crawford ,
dna contratr. SINKS For kitchens porcelain. diamonds and rubles. Cost BABY CHICKS -Tuxedo Feed Stor handI I a real home with oak floor ..
air -All conventences. tar 66* N. Nc
filling com.pressor. I c
pumps .tUoa (9 89. H. H. Parrish Hardware. 220 U. S. approved Pullorinm ; bath. 3
Building.. Louis Ph. 383.X. Q Rutland 8. Orange. Phone 2-1(41. ,! .(29500.One .55.0'1 I 908 W. Church phone 2-2821 ..t.331. I AMELIA Northeast.AVE..11 IS Colonlaltown.desirable. Large I 2629. Private family. Phone 2- I opportunity some homes for this the house family yresenia who an ,, paved street bedroom near nice well Iske.located for (10ooo en-

SAFES-Iron. 29 inches deep. 33' lot of wrist watches Jewels t* BABY CHICKS. Pullorluoi tested Hung Col bedroom dining I ---- I S pref-rs this convenient standard t down and balance like reo* '
PAINT gala prewar price. Also I inches wide. 61 Inches tall: SI25.barialn. 17 Jewel $9 95. I stork. Immediate for future de rom.Modern kitchen and bath. FlIMSY ST.. 1801 nelthborhood. It Is frame, oak floor} ;- '' For thin and other food buy. C. U
h.p. easolln tnglne. AU new. $10Chriator Orlando Furniture Co.. 141 livery. Feeds and Poultry Buppllra. I I ?o decorated. Electrolux.: Avail- NEAR ORANGE AYE. In air eondt.tlOD.d cab sale. S rpiclous rooms. Comfortable porche i, Taylor, Broker, 2516 W. Orange. 5644.GROVSI .
: Place; ph. 2-3* 9. I W. Church. : West Orlando X-O1 3-3324. : I home. Reasonable. Phone sleeping porch (11.800. WIth
Blflrt's Lean Com Pi' 1 8tor. D.I .Tier and mmur If I solidly built. Price
PUMPS-Two cDlrUul1 3 Ia Da! 8CRKXNS.-$or all kinds ef metal Church Street.ACCTIOH CHICKS-Quality assorted tested. : (BO. Phone_5259.S .ante. j 5108. j I esevtra lot. ( sum fresh decorating It 1 Is house I TERRACE. Winter Park-

Borne *. 1 casement roofing Hacks. Red EnsllshLeghorns. > I situ two bedroom downtalr and Bread new two-bedroom home
psed .llp joint pi P.16.21 fl U9."fFos.lnnlae and .Ido.,. Alumium tares I Our Wy.ndottl. i i I Iaex. CLOSE house.IN From- 3-bedroom furnished UVINO-BEDROOM. Nicely fln"hr.I|I BEVERLY usable half story space would' suit ready for Immediate occupancy.
Alo Ir.d aa May 15th to Oct. 15th. Private bath. Breakfast Can O Harral -
I I combined to buyer. PitA
H. H. Southeast C.O.D. prl"llle any conservative approved home with extra fea
dor. Autom.te t7p. n.eSl0. I 750. Pin location. No te I In room. 473: S. Oranse Ave. I for comfortable l 109 E. Pine.
Phon Steel 34. Articles Wanted Grifn. I children. Phone 27301. obJ.etoD I III I Moor 2-O836. ture*. Lovely high lot. Drive around
,.. oh Tile roof. 2-car i 3 Lets MixeR '
3-1841. A downstairs. 10 I COLLEGE PARK-Fram* bungalow. to Grove Terrace and
nl'2r.2mel. PD35. mo. AU laying. .. SOS 8.-6-room house j jt RENT with kitchen privileges 2- I I log porch. A I all inspect this horn
SOUND MIRROR- GOODS Still 3719 Grand Av- iUD ; : bedrooms 2 screened porches new which 1* another
PICNIC eble. ICE H. Bx else* port-320R. taphon Can b* used as a P-A I Urn to send your WAN nlu.ble te the ], DU'G04 J. (80 rln& For Jform.- II 0666. !|' est obtainable with awnlnta. living room fireplace built by B. A. Dowler. Archl-

B Parh H.r..r. system record your radioprogram. suction for Thursdays pale. Call I' Slots tel.phon. ( Immldl.e i dlnlne room modern kitchen elee- ;I toct-Contraetor. Fries of (8293.00
Orll. Phol. 2-14. court tayorlt many 2-0156 for tree Doming TURKEYS-Selling out. AU slses. 'I HOLDEN HElGltT5-oms. fur- [| 2 slid 7 stucco. desired. Priced to I Ii Isle stove electric refrleeralor. bard- Includes heater rinse end refrigera-
PLANER?. and K. shop. 20" heavy other useful things. Full 30 minute tnctlon Bales Co.. 'a."r.tul. St. Contact C. P. Hudson. Sorrento I nlshed. Electric kitchen. Garas f; HOUSE. 131S-W.rom. Winter i! Bsbcock, Jr.. wood floors, modern tiled bath. *arage. -1 tor. or $7e5000 aa 1*. Hsrlow 0.I .

. duty. A-l condition. (365. Heavy recording en e Ingle re.L Easy te 3 Curh F. !i; Apt. also furnished. Permanent ten1 P.rk."YER. Ph I i I Realtor, 8174. 75 foot lot. plenty ahad J I Fredrick. ill N. Orang Dial 518$.
, 'duty rip .14 ntf saw (((. 1120- operate. Also Mall-A-Volce recorder- AXES-Furniture ef all klnd sewing TURKEYS Young tender; .eiht 1' ants only. Adults. 2819 Ntihvllle. shrubbery and some fruit paved -It's crtst to live la Orlando."

17th St. Bend a "vole* leler" by mall. Fla.Business I machines anything I:1:: 10 te 20 Ibs. PenIle and '.. C I, Between 28th and 29th St. J. Gardner. ST.. 81 S.-Nice 10Ctln.1 I BEVERY street close to business section varant. I

PYRE WARE-Oood'assortment ef 390 I. Or: 72 sell W.Sewell-Thnrmond Pine St. Dial 4070. : D. Wilder Jr. Turkey Farm: !.i! eges S block hot water: .; kieh.D elderly I this I I have the key.Johnston for quick Henry.sale. !I II IGRZLLYIT. 605 Compact well
H. R. Parrlah Hardware. enee. 454. home. (7.SO. Good terms. arranged floor
plet SPECIAL PRICES and whyVene- LAKE HIGHLAND-Completely furnished couple reasonable.NICB Bl plan of ft room 3
220 8. Phen. I : It 1s I' Broker. 6. W., Church St._ j jI I screened
I" 1.1.4. SPRAYERS-Hud.on and Brewn. suellsn Government elected Park home. Prom 15th to 'r loL porches. Stucco en metaL
knapsack sprayers. Bumby Hard train Barred Rocks for foundation I Sept. 19th IDelu ln. 8180.per month. COOL ROOMS for Summer- a with I COLLEGE PARK-Charming 6-roora 3 of the 3 bedrooms have 4 win
102 W. Church St. BLOCK MACHINE stocking. Having us ship by Pan Dial 7M1 or 8849. Private beath: riding hors free. I Dlsl 5613. i i tram bungalow furnished or un-; lows each. Ample kitchen cupboard
PLUMBDia 8UPPLHSAnythlnr .a. American 2,000 Pen pedigreed pulletchicks : I I week. 1401 w. Washington. ,[> furnished. Ideal home for family with and closets. Fireplace bookshelves
aHEeWbl. and erana tt-Pint With n ; 400. 1739 j weeklr. These high class ON KIWAY MO. 441. 7 miles out I BEAUTIFUL DOUBLE ROOM-First CLNALTOWN i growing children. 3 large lots. 2 fin I venetian blinds. Well constructed

yon ned in plumbing. W. Iloa .11.. H. H Parr Hard : Charles ; 1.U te Kaley School. CMkenl from old old hen ". we 4 across from Keyston Tourist Cour. ; floor. Private entrance and porch. I I i log Cr.:: ; : I bedroom and sleeping porch. Close I cool and convenient. You cannot appreciate

have the good and we b..t ware. Or.nl. POI. 2-14. lie each: 810-100. pay rom. and bath furnished utlte. On bus line. (7.60 weeklr. 1401 E. i I to excellent school bus and tores. this horn without going

prices. DuoTh.n water SOFA BEDS-Maple. 2 matching delivery and lua.ntc safe furlh. Colonial Drive. i iROMPrInt. I Il. prcbu. .. Owner leaving city. wUl sell for only through It. Very low priced for this

DoT.rm .m. City Horn. cbalrg 13950. Orlando FrCu. DIAMOND watches Jewelry.. old shipped 'CO D. you Jk. Jo anya P.rk' ORL VISTA-Nlc 3-room house; bus line 140 N. (7.600 on terms of only (1.200 cash fine residential section. Close to
127 W. Fairbanks Av*. C*.. 141 and (15 W. Church.STEEL .old. Highest cash price. U. M. Sons West Palm conveniences. Corner Kenll- home.. on ; Ing In Hpmes.. I furniture extrat see W. I. Hall with Lake Ivanhee. (8500. Owner

Winter ,.rk Pb 2(6. 8A8H-23 windows. 34x23 Segal. Jeweler 32 W. Church. TURKEY JN8.On. torn. Mrs. B. : worth and L Fayett Max Bercer. trnc.klthln pnYle."Irphon.Prlvat 105$. en !S. Harold Shepherd St. Phone Realty 5124.Co. 20 K.Wshinrton I OUNNISON ST.. 1203-Ivanhoe sec

with glass. Bargain. Acme Gins.Ca. Any O. Vlnelald road. OAKLAND-Furnished 6-room modern COLNIA I tion. 3 bedrooms til* bath. 1941
Dial 21800..T35ERMtJO5..4ne. FNITR WANT ready CU.n W.ls. I home. 3 bedrooms; electric ROOMS with home like privileges.: I I ; COLLEGE PARK-Near shopping center. I modern frame. Owner must seU.
TURKEYS-4Se Ib. Hatching .* Home comforts. 420 8. Orange Ave.
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POWER LAWN MOWER with Bl. i. and tll.3-0931. Cochran' ISc. kitchen: 2 tile baths; sax heat. Near t'ch.dlaan bus. schools and churches. Showing_all_day_Sue-Icy.
SOo. Fall-villa
8t.t& 81. Very H. H. 2-IUa *. 1015 W. Church. hDturlStor. Farm Poult. Poultry I I I Lake Appt. (100 per month. Lone ISSELL'8-435 South Orange Annue.i right In .lye. Every room oversize. 2 large bed- IIARDINGAVE-Ri. 2. O1IId
tl..before 1 wit .Dut.. Oran,.. P.rr.b I ; 41.1 111.RSWN lease. .. .. Broker; phone 2. S{i For adults. Coot. quiet and u Mr. Mowrer with rooms screened porches storage at Apopka highway near Dubsdread
ice boxes
"ae. FURNITURE Used : :
you buy. 435 E. :' TILE Your bath and kftcbiiiruat 2-14. Sewing machine- .tn. before you pedigree whit Ughorn Winter Garden. _ _ TWO NICE DOUBLE corner rooms.: Church. 145.'COLE tic. new electric kitchen. Can be coif course. 3 rooms bath garage.

PLYWOOD plee H"x4'xH' ma- |I Permatlle. Fre sell. W* pay "top" prices. S.weu rolt.n.. Young. 1. 2933 8. KuhlAv RBlSN AVE. 2530-Unfurnished | Seml-prlvat b.t; in private home. PARK bought at (10.500 Including beautifully kitchen fur ) Lane lot. Very reasonable. See H. LI
tins pl Free. 'U.t.I I and bath. Apply 1901 O.rylD One single man preferred.Special equipment or (11.500 I Walsh.
I Oaea 8tr'.e Photo 34632. Thurmond Furnltur Co. 72 rom 6 room
.o. Pe WANTED Hen nished. This Is unusual-so call
Delivery. I and fryers. Will Summer 809 Lucerne
St. Dial 4070. Ayl.SDBDRBAN r.tc. street block UARRISONST.. 2013 Furnished 2-
ClrmOl.'PALK& portable. Stimpson-Staton. Metcalf Bid*. Phone -
nPERTE&Undr.o pick up and pay cash. Orlando Terrace.
i assortment. IO pr.elc.U n... I Fish and Poultry Co. 609 W. Churck. HOME month season. ping .Klce o.t 5159_______ I story fram hens with 3 bedroom
atr.. Co..a X. (485. eonctoa. P WANTED-If If. fornltur Ph. 4717. Avallsble Complt.l furnished i fan. beautiful I 14 baths sun room. 2-car garage.
Phone 2-3163. l. .I p'J ; gas stove .- I 47-1. Rental AgenciesWE wired for COLONIALTOWN SECTION Nicely I Lot. 100 X 150. (13.500. term avail

P1PZohn..Manvill.transIt. for TYPEWRITER TABLE: metal men' I wH boy Slather of Or. ON SALE-1000 N. H. Red Chicks. tor console radio.ltrlc front will handle this and completely furnished 5-room able. We have the key Allen, John

underground water malna. Florida .ho.. us 7tt: la.fmo.er th I 811.50 per hundred. L.t O' The porch. 1 block from lake. On bus Wn HELP you find a rental appointment see house. Electric kitchen. Landscaped son. Realtor. 140 N. Orange; 8812."Bpecialisln .

A Supply, 630'W. Church; (116.UMPING rl'! 75(9 or 174. lando. Z. Church St. Phone 2-380. Woods Chick Co.. '. mi. north efMaltland line. Prefer adults only. (JO per for service ehale. Harold Shepherd lot. (300O Weldon cash Wihis cool terms with oa Parrlsa bal- *; In Homes."
I p THERMOS with spout. 5 on Route n-l. mcnth. Telephone 2-0382. Real Estate Axcncr. 29 S.VeteraN'I I St. '' ance. '
Washington room
and sta. JU08I..I. I RJ Estate. 36 E. Pine: 2-1646.
UNITPr.bl Ftor-i I Finale 1..k.t eh..t water SEND POSTCARD today for free information WINTER PARK-Beautiful location. LANDLORDS-We will '" CLOSE IN- I modern solar and gas water heat
y ton'r ald Ion. b... 1. 10. 25Sal.Wyckofts SLZN $ sum WANTED I desirable tenant Ire of I COLONIALTOWN 7-room Jbathbunsalow .
W, I About size 37. medium velcht.Telephon en Blue Ribbon' sere 2-bedroom flr.lah.d home. screened I II' i er. Seven lots lane oak shade Fur-
1 .PPl o. Hdw 2 KuhL blood chirks. and obligation. Just phone ; I lan core furnished. Stake reason- I Call
Church; 611 I 2 I 27351. tested Blue RilbaH.teher fcerchex. kitchen shoutS us : nlshed two nlsbed or unfurnished. Monday.
TARPAULINS os. eanvaa spe- Dept. IS. 215 Forlth 8. S June i-Oct. 1. Phone Winter Park i I vscsncy. Veterans Real Estate i provide you a'I able down payment and move In to South Orange Blossom to Holden
PLY GROUND EQUMENTtld. !| clally treated. Sixes naIL B. P. METAL NURSERY STAKES U to 8.._W. Atlanta. Oa. 26OM.S cr. 29 8. Court St. P 2-4481. excellent day. Also new unfurnished 6-room Ave.. east one block north third
and 1.11. MO' .ppro I Goodrich. Garland and Robinson.UPHOLSTERY 8M. .or used. 2 fet to 4 feet In I block bungalow. I house. M. C. Peck.
WANTED!-10 er more hens. YoDI I' ROOM furnished. 1 Block N. of S room with
Pilate gift for children on I length. Gary Vltl. Clermont. College Park-S-room streamlined
display. Southern Metal I I FABRICS Above F. end rood larers. Phone 2-11. : first store in Taft. Owner on 48. Hotel Roms I I room nice !i fram* bungalow. Owner trans I HIGH SCHOOL SECTION-Attractive,
Castle. Fla. Ph. 2-p.bnet.pa. 'S: standard stock quality. Mew patterns OFFICE MACHINES and furniture. premises 1 t113 Sunday. electric ferred. I modern 2-bedroom horn Oak,
: S and colors. 8. Brown. 2911 Get our price Check with Gear. 45. for Rent LAKE IOtA rate S washing floors: lifetime roof and garage. 10.
Apartments HOTumme sell teday.
MODERN homes priced to I
J BUNGALOWAttractivelyfurnished. Each of these
4 Stuart. 13 8. Main St.. phone 8158. .
PREDR ClR "I N. now prevaiL Downstairs there Schiller. 500. Wilbur Strickland Broker: 33 W,
Or.nl.JJN 3 tile bath. Call Georgia von
pn.t Ko WW.te; .l I V / BLINDS Custom built. OLD GOLD-W* pay hlshest price ANDERSON ST.. 1000-2 Btdroom 'I Close school bdrom... Innho sec Dlnlni rom open all meals: 2-1903. rooms and tee I Realtor. 716. I Church: 6675._ _______

'pr..ur.2S E. Pine.e'Der.Phone Kao1 ator. Ca.I 1 68e per se. ft. Five-day for damond old gold watchea. kltbea .t bus close. Phone I tion. (125 per month. phone In- ST. JAMES HOTEL-South and Rosa I S thn lovely J CITRUS AVE., 722-7 room. Eleei 1 HOLDEN HEIGHTS-New bungalow.
2-36. broken These are :
1 I delivery. RsdblH Venetian Blind teth. silverware. 2-2U. formation. Hastints. Realtor. 12( X. lind. Summer rates; all condition I ro. 2 bedrooms corner location; elrr-
I FIFE clflcatlon.CUT end Florida threaded Pip to *your SupplyCo. *pe> I 1 1836 Hollenbeck. Dr.. phone 3-4167. Beckman ,Son. 139 N. Or.n. CARLTON DR. 1207-2-reom fUrnished Central lArcadet.COOL % ed. Dull.. ingles; 9253. i I space per week.- :: i 1 ft.trie each.kitchen 28 fruit garage.trees.3 tots Near 50x150 bus. i 1 i S I trie stove refrigerator unfurnished and water

.. 630 w. Church: ph. 6118. VENETIAN BLINDS dar delivery. SWING MACHINES W.I apartment. 13 monthly includes -' comfortable 2 bedroom house. room two car : I store school. Quick isle owner Rentals sale. Owner t
S Why buy cheap Va Bln.a machines. pree Sparkllnt clean. June IS Oct. 48-1. Beach I! suing North. priced for Immediate
.b.a .1 ItIU. 121. tl other fine ,
PITCHER PUMPS-No. 3 with brass Sewing j inc. CMh II.soo .balance mortiare
tet the best for just f. p.le Co. ] IS. completely furnished. electric.
cia a cent Wac. I
cylinder. (7.9S Wrckoff* 7334. CLOSE I-a...par.nL Ba.. Hotel mention hlrl. COLONIAL: GARDENS Beautiful 8- Sam Johnson Company. 208 So. StalL
Rdw. 3524 Kuhl.POWER. .eb moreS Mad la Orlando by Carl tifully Ple.ln, Telephone. (50 month to reliable rooms BEAC RENTAL European ever 1.0 room bungalow. 2 bedroom sleep-I Street.
at 1802 Edgewater Dr ph. party. no pets. Box -
i 2-51. Box 311 8-Star. .u-I. Adult 2-bedroom furnishedeottaes. best In* porch attached garage. Extra
plan. '
S Roebuck.MOWER Gasoline- Pwa Sears eon- VARNISH-SpecIal acid heat and USE FURNITURE WANTED I CONCORD AVENUE. 78 296 Str.CAOE3. 1 block from beach at ( i I (25.000. terms (1 : large lot. beautlfuDy landscaped.
.oln alcohol For floor bath unfurnish 10 years at 4*. Completely furnished. Near bus.
dltjon. Bertaln. (78. Phone rllt.nt. .D Sands Used 106 I. KalerAve. Small furnished apartment for I rom. week or (150 mo. ca or writ .' HARVARD AVT., W, 831 '
2.al. ba top. Wil Nebraska. frnture. couple onlr. Raoaall.. K. Muriel before Ocean Harold Phepherd White Bros.. 824 N. Mills: 2-1688. ,
PANO-Oulbranaon SpinetWalnitfInISh Call phone after L.e.DAYTONA St. '
lemPr. I : pm.
595. Small down VELOCIPEDES for aU alx* children. between 2 2-311 AVE -Small furnished 1:1 I I BEACH-Br for Washington S CITY LIMITS East. 2-bedroom t Open for Inspection from 3 untIl 8p
monthly p. men& Rubber tired 1948 Super DLx p.1 CCR t. Middle-aged responsible WILL RENT MY 3-bedroom. bathhouse beautiful S o.ae.beach COLLEGE PARK !I frame. Nice built In tub bath. *4- .m. today. Lovely frame bungalow

easy Store 143 M. tr .l..d model. Firestone. Oranc Con couple. Box :306 8Star. i for the Summer I .eaon.. one block rom ocean to enr bungalow I MO. H csrb. Loren Dunn. Broken I complete! furnished Including all
Aya Ph. WE BUY used furniture. Call u adults. Dial 7834. bai all title bath Brown2-1269.
I cord. b CLOSE IN rl.II'1 refined Best residential sec and I i L*_ i I electric kitchen. Lane living porch
fore selling. nl room.
10. VENETIAN 30" 33" Na. 2 Orlando Furniture Automatic- .hou.ekt TWO PUi115iiYD. all tion. No children or pets. Rental for 81000. C. COLONIALTOWN S-room frame tile bath etc. Central oil oeatlnr
BLK28" Store. (K
PIANOS Walt for Joseph W. Church phone .
736 34" end 3 alullDI 3-4883. 122 Grace. .te. i I era houses *n John's Lake near (250 month. References. 529 RevUe 610 Orane i house for only (5500. Harry Heath j system. Owner compelled te lav elf

lorl W.aol1 Avenu Open slat blinds; IS each at th* factory Clermont. Excellent flshlni. ..11-1 Boulevard. D'ytona Beach. Fla. CORINE LAKK ( Broker; Celonlaltown. _8253._ I and must be sold. Be* It today and
lag 'OD. 1739 8. Kuh Av*.; dial 8059. Orlando WE PAY hithest cash prices for old CATHCART ST. 335 Bedroom. : mine. Teruiii court. (50 and I buntalow. al COLLEGE PARK-EnJor the lovely I let vs submit *n offer. Mr. Levereten I'
grand. Good con Blind* Manufacturing. diamonds and diamond jewelry tn screened porch frigldalre. stove. Adults. Ph. Sin Blue. Winter-Garden I enough for plot with premises or see Gee. f. Brass

t Ave.PUNoPaehrd. Wit lach.. 2737- FI.n. VENETIAN BLINDS.- Aluminum Out- Je..Ir any ondlUI.. City Orange Ln.. Church.. and Ph.kitchen 2.6001.CHENEY cabinet.. .adf pnYICeL I I I exchange or Box 304 S-Stsr. I I LIDO In.IJAC-oJ.Coquina Gulf Summer Ap.rt tor.S.7SO.672. N..Oran. C. modern landscaped 1940 large 2-bedroom comer bungalow. i! Realty Co.. 19 Z. Central Ave.I .

aid Blind (Jalonl>' Aluminum. a MCE 3-BEDROOM furnished house. on the Gulf PINoWelul.l uorlght; 75. Rust-Proof Steel and Wo Inside WILL PAY 8300 et for spinet pl.n; HIGHWAY. 4353 Newly Children accepted. 100. Telephone meat. Modern apartments for 2. COLONIAL The Buyer's Broker." Hasting I t r .
t F&I.n. Winter P.rk Blinds. FHA Terms d.Uy.r (100 for Writ Birgcr decorated 2-bedroom modern elec-' 7789. Bummer rates (50 week with daily is this Spanish Realtor. 62 Va E, Central (Arcade). I I HOSPITAL SECTION Meat 2-bC'1-

Cal ST7-R. Deck Chair Aluminum Wester; 709 8. '1.. AvLakeland.. trio kitchen. Venetian blinds. Ph. i GOOD 3 bedroom furnished residence -! maid service: Utilities. Prlvat IIKb handsome 4237._ t room bungalow on quiet ihsrt'

and Reconditioning. Work carefully per 9669. with larse screened porch Writ. wire. phone Roger V. full dining rom. i CAS8ELBCRRY-BeantifuUy furnishI street. 3-ear masonry earag will
.AUtT-tld.a .bt. Par cl formed. Adams Venetian Blind Serv 35. Fuel Oil and DUPLEX Second floor 'unlr.! on Lake Jessup. and water. Palm Are.. Sarasota. Florida. nice sited I ed house. Concrete block construe- lane storage room. Price (52SU.Sammle .
P. uloD Woo Uht
1.1 St. d.lnr. Arnold ice. 919 W. c.tra1 dia Orlando Living room bedroom .Iee I for rent until 1st. (60. Phone 2263. plumbing. 100 ft. tlon. 2 bedrooms. Near lake. (7.900. Francleco. Rtalton room 4

Paint Store 407 8. 2-37ao 9558 or \lnCr FUEL OIL-A fu tank I safer. kitchenette and bath. monthly. M. J. Mots; Broker. 132 trees. Property Hlbbard Casselberrr. Phone Winter Central Arcade: 7407.

wltb lull sIZe key- VENETIAN BLD Phone 8021. your tnl filled. trance. '5 per month Including uttittie. 8. MaIn. phone 6977. I NEW SMYRNA or because of Park. 783. Brokers Invited._
PIAN0m.U In W.Duf.eur A larger tank Insure hcl coldest .. Adult only. 1347 p.lmet&Ave.. CLEAN. I SHORE a.aa Highway and IVANHOE SECTION-tx>vely spanish
C.tom luUt. wetl- COMPLETELY furnished DUBSDREAD SECTION This new
b.rd. tlepon 2-14. POII Eflelne prtmID" I ed to for
PIANO Smith and medium. 7deUnn.. Wo1-u morD.McGraw Oil Wlntlr Pat. Fa. or hou. 2 bedroom. Inl.rprn.I .k loDth. I"fo.tlon. rl..n& (7.979. Can IleOI"Mr. home with 2 bedrooms nn good I type home cathedral ( Hint, hsi1i -

First (35 takes it. Bane 13O8 last Hard- ery. Blnd mellred .enle'l FAIRBANKS AVE.. 27S7-2-room mattress. Adults only. '18 tions. Box 693. Mew Smyrna .eh 2-036. pixel lot in splendid nelshborhood. i| wood floors. li baths launrtn, lc-!
Ing. .lha Orlando. Estimate 37. .Fertilizers and flra.hc .p.rmeDt Phone Wln- I 4 to 6 p.m. Weekday 7 &1 e I Fla. "or. S, Immediate possession. KOOO easily time room. Compare this for construction

wihot oll.UO. Orlando Venetian Cr .21JEFR CENTRALLY | financed Sneak to Spinel." Whlt- location and price. Oe iH
PAINTERS SUPPLIES-White over Blnd 13. I. Kuhl; S059. COLD SMOKE-Destroys pt. andS I N end 47. Rooms for Rent sale by owner. net Spiegel Realty Co., Realtors. 706 Klttredg ft Bon. Realtors 3-3 ntI >

an b.. ar.pn. I.dde. WRi -One Hartman er.t. healthy growth I 2-rom CUT HOTl"alall.. Summer OCEANFRONT and Peninsula Roma partly and Trmrs.furnished.. 4613.COLONIALTOWN 1 Metes If Bldr. 2-3269. I If

At *.D. p.lt a ta 8149 after I p in. and liens flowers: Breokhaven vesetablea.Dr. Blli rate _ _ AMELIA AVE.. 42 E.-Room: doubleor in Daytona B.ach See f DUPLEX rooms and bath each I I INDIANA AVE., 136S-New confrcte
WALKING 8wltb blower: LUCERNE I smile. Hot and cold i side. One side completely fur-! | 4 rooms bath. 2 porches. Extralot

POP CORN MCHI&r..IUI IS b p. mtr. Pe. 10. Phone COW MANURE-(8 yd.: 100 bag ( : apt aU PAR 2EN-2-rol. AII 1M Light boulb.pt with private b.t.t. Jack L. Mullln. RI.ltr. 3071, Seabreeze furl.hle. .her. I nlshed. Income (55 per month. (18.V)i I 50x150. Owner leaving Stain
7367. delivered. M. Jlnl Plum Reasonable for quick sale. Winter
A. Ian !
emmrlal Burh. H.bn I Kallht County of bath and living room; Tel. 2188. deposit and S cash will handle. Tatal price, $3500.I |
will your
I .e(17S.very Used Cost 14. 21* WALL RECEPTACLE BOXES-4-lnch 192-. P. O. Box 15. working eoupl N* children or pet*. AGNES ST.. 221-On* or two per for the week. $ Kiss Realty; 30 E. Church. 8433. Park.JEFrERSON.

'fo.w. Washington Ca Enh.ll. sis*. H. H. Parriah. 320 S. Orange. I FILL -Good black top soil muck 62S Raleigh St.LKjRNB&uuU. sons. Sem-p"nt bath. Rent br .Realtor.! 616 N. DUBSDREAD SECTION Left oft ST. SECTION East.Nw .

1h 2-218. Phone 2-1841. I and dairy fertiliser. DUnre week or PAL BEACH Rooms available. I I Edter Drive en old Apopka S-room bungalow. 6300. 51.-
WATER water Telephone PImET-0o I S AMERICA ST. 121-Lake Lucerne. Pyat. residence near ocean. For CLOSE.*1-2. road. 1 block beyond city limits. 000 cash. Terms. C. C. GarUtt

PLTJatHETO H. H. KEOS.k Hard.a.. eler 20 I a bl or 1196 39th St. after 2. Co.lel ehrmln. fuest home. re."aUo wit or call John B. living room all Open for Inspection 1 to 5 P PIt New Broker 912 N. Mills: J-1T4T _____

It Orange. Phon and LAKEFRONT SUBURBAN-Large living (7 5 10 doubl. Australian Avenue. roof and 2-bedroom frame home all double i!
Parramore or call Palm Beach. Phone 2-2153. construction: oak floors: Inlaid linoleum Jtlf ERSON ST. EAST tate pre-war
Phillips at 9926.
Tolktx. bath tub. lavatories, sinks. WRIST WATCH-Mam'* Bu- i room bedroom bath and elec CLOSE IN-Very close to down town: nicely landscaped .
2 J.we I I In kitchen and bath: I I ronstructlon. Yes this Is a to
tota. Look TOP and swimming. special I NOTICE. Fishermen and Bather*- and copper
shower stall*, water heater and runx New SltPdir peat u trio kitchen. Boating very rtl. Comfortablerooms. rus trees
10. I teed only. Roy A. j Efficiency cabins available. Make plumbing: shower Plenty ef closets. ] bedroom frame bungalow toot It U
door .
pipe. Harper* Plumbing Co.. ( ) ot.ld. wIth glass. (6. Summer months Plenty of water. Phone t rom for
R. I i Well Immediate poweslon. have go-ten so
A. Bray. P. Close river endocean S decorated. not the kind you
Main to
O. Box 102. Realtor. 213 : courts.
1137 8. or
Orlando Ave. Winter WATER HEATER Oas. Jall Dial 116 ask for County Lkhar. .tn. I. 2.15. 510. 1 I rn.tID.. Para Court. Box 226 I IJ fjamerson I and Price 87.450. Hampton Broker. 531 tired of looking at. How about lontc-
P u.wrUMP capacity. H. H. Parrish H.rd..re. la. 3JR1. LUCERNE OIRCLE. 618-Small apt CLOSE II-r. comfortable rom I Edxewater. P.l. 1 I Phone i I *. Orange. 5013. i ing at this with aa open mind'' You
220 8. Orang Phone 2-114. Modern electric fcrtchen .nr t.fuml.hr. for 1. people. Reasonable i Fa.I Celta | will see Its desirable feature and -
38. Plants. Flowers fullyfurnished. 1
and Seeds Phone 8202. i MODERN garage apartment I I
WASHING MACHINE convenient location may you
Price. 130. I all 1 ; DEVON ROAD. 1311-Beautiful corner
electrical household
electric deep and m.no. New. Can b seen at 10 West Esther AFRICAN LINCOLN APARTMENTS Morse, CLOSE IN-226 2.. Church St. Twin COLLEGE PARK lot nicely landscaped plus want to own It. PrIce (10.500. lmli--
.e p.ment. nothing down Street. stock of VIOLET PLANTS -Large Blvd... Winter Park. 1 and beds. Continuous hot water. Tele- ; equipment for ;three 4 onond.t bath weekly Pstalrs :I I I St. 3-bedroom sprinkler system. Masonry home of lisle possession. McNutr.H'-asler..
blooming ;
Summer ed
.little pr mont. Bel- plants. Also fresh shipment of house room .parelt. Janitor lnke. hot I phone. Inner springs. Clean and cool. I double bedroom room porch; three bedrooms tile bath screened i Realtors. 15 W. Washington Et.
many Well Drilling Year or I I Owne
1 Pmp in water 'I hea. CLOSE I i front porch: screened breetewsr;
wide 1 room weekly
Garden Rd east plant only. Winter I-Nlc. bUlllu. do.nl.la. td.dln. COLONIALTOWN '
Winte II. .WZLDINa Gad.a. 2319 N. Orange: Per .0" Summer J lady. home. Very reaI U : open tiled patio: aU-electrle kitchen;: JAMAJO.-Smahl cottage. Furnished
Vista. p.n.nent.
S Orlando: ph. aupL -d28. Park '181.I i I onble. Phone 2-7882. lll. attractive bun.alo.with I i lane rang with Isundry tab. (1ooo. *,- S! 3 lots. Vacant. 3400. Mr. Nune ,

ROOF COATING-Give a 300 Amp portable welding' AZALEAS cut artistic table MAIN ST.. 319 N. Small apartmentfor j I CASSELBERRY !I nrundlia Recently Hsrlow a. Fredrick. Iii K. | with Herman Oooawin Ine. Broker.
new lease en b-Is. $2.50 rtOr(- Complete welding supplies In oatt. decorations. We .er anywhere. Jo- lady. -renlr.UO innersprmss I American Azalea Lodge. I "rl.References ommo.Uo. w.kl. I pletely furnished I Orsnce. DisI B18(. i I 677 N. Orange: 985S.i .
Etdr Plan Hotel
.I gal can at Glldden*. Distributor ef Lincoln welding.tMI.a- nDl Florist.Central;( 06 lttm"1'CA"E. I ; pr".t I fishing hunting t ; rldlD. Winter hor.a. lantic Ave..rvr. Beach. Florida. Inc.Mr.. Bryant Broker; .lh 677 "If* great t* live In Orlando.nI I I i KALEY SCHOOL SECTION-Bunga-

REFRIGERATOR Apartment sizeStewartWarner. I chines and rods. H. R. Williams :, MAGNOLIA AVE and Weber. Large Park. 9174-W. INQUIRE NOW-Two apartments tow furnished. J bedroom ta.-ce
Roper range. I Supplies. (11 N. Beach &Daytona azaleas: pam land- cl apartment. UUU ocean for .Summer renting. Address O S COLLEGE PARK DUPLEX-3 room and bath, fnrnUhed. screened, porch; 2-car garage; 3 lam

box. SO-lb. cepeclty, 3x3 table B.eh Fla. Pb. 2220. MUi5riwhltONufleries.Z.pyjncetoEASTER.ep : plant I furnished. 8.mle rale. CLOSE IN-Cool. Private Bummer "Southwind." New sinyrnaBeech. 1 I i apt. income ( Immediate possession. | lot*. Close te schoo' bus and s or'
ISO. rah 4000. '
2 benches. 20 Hlllrrest.. ple. rates. 644 Magnolia.C1O3C bat Florida. Goad location. 7500. 1203 Elm Ave.. 15.000. Term Sam Johnson -

I I It I ST.-3 reooui| bt apt. Dan Kolr. ,| Sanford. FU._ P*?-2* So- Main greet _

RADIO SRV1CE-A11 make radio WATER HEATER-Solar mlth 8 sal- WAR For.a eniy. Business Rentals CLOSE IN- [ DUBSDREAD SECTION-Furnished 1 i kAtnIzTiL-Larcs pin-a
and phono. Free estimates pkk- ton tank. 3 burner oil lPlr and In Wel IlrDsbr.. IN-Lars* airy room with 14. containing | or unfurnished new S-room con- low. Look it ever. Heating, *n..k, c
.It _
_ I
WP and delv.r Money back guarantee o.n Chep. Pb. 2.1570.WAOONBoys.largs t bl. Wt Vernon Cal AVE. 127 X.- IwD bd.private b.th(1 .k FLOOR Office room. I I12x20. i 12-rom I crete block bungalow. All gas kitchen. I and cooking equipment In. VP. a-

en .ork. Brut G Z. Radio steel rubber 18t. Lk for also. EWHAWPHJE bth.. 1 bed 28 8Sta. I For professional business Fully furnished Venetian blinds furnished (9750. Unfurnished I and ready. C. R. Emertck. Rca"'.

Service. 356 N. Orange phone 942. tires. (13.50. Knox Store Co. I I room. Adulta. Sunday afternoon. Five I.OSEfl4..Very attractive newly Ol Ph. S761. 423 S. Oranse. I I .. Rent ever ( (8750. Ask for H-950. Hsr- sin N. Orange. Tel. 7348.
K. Phone 2 I 'uDlsf bedroom: home prtvll-I (15. James J. ; old V. Condlet. Realtor; 37 E. CiaS -
I months onlr. LADY-Wants office Statistical
Pn. 2311.I
RADIO-PHONOGRAPH r FRESH FLOWERS: -.Every woman preere Box Ip.r. I al.b Blvd. ;S tral. $137.DUBSDRZAD. 1
eoul. WINDOWS-AU eypr.ss. _aad.Ial 1 o'lloa ORANGE AVE.. 2909 N.-4 rooms. 297 mall order work. PranenlI I Depot. l 7588.CHEROKEE
modeL Leaving town and .". I tn stock any style or > Hoffman's Gardens. N. and and 8Sta. I satisfactory. Ph. I SECTION Lovely 2i i LAKE SILVER SECTION-
jell Phone winter Park. 445. .Ia;I Virginia t Drive. Dial 2-4628. I I an.n-1 front perch b.t. CLOSE IN-5OO South Main Street.Nice I I 2-215. bedroom modern buntalew. with
I made window and week. Water I STORE BUILDING North
RADIOS.-Crosley end Fada. door 't orde.*; A. on |I flr.. .1 a I rooms at Summer rates Apply (10O per Excellent Orange.Ave. bedroom home kitchen equipment. (800. Owner Open today 3-J p m.S34 .
Coul a 39. Livestock and Ph.n. 2-257. | now.CONCORD. mont. ; In desirable 2001 Cornell Ave ; off Clay St. Avenue. Hew at
tn and table models. 11 order 1120 t St. Phone_9732. Supple I grocery location. Mr. Suggs. I thl S W. Winter Park
pr prl. and I tracttrely desasned. 3-bedrootn :-
ORANMBLSY-TAlLR AVE. 119 E. pleasant -
4uie5.hBumby H.rd..r. WATER COOLERS-OX. 10 (el per GOATS.-Several Sannan does 'mh'', room for WORK SHOP for rent. Good location. Spate rooms I bath hem en landscaped lot 75x135

hour capacity. (27S. Room coolers Heavy milkers. semi private bath. (45 per IOD th Ph Reasonable. ".om.D I Inquire at Gift Shop. 1 W. South i breakfast DUBSDREAD SECTION I Hardwood floors. tOed fireplace.
lb. capacity. For office er home 395. O.ntoke St. 4
9363.RIDGEWOOD 12x24.
REPOEATOHl0 -WtheU Finxel. Mount room. ae Me gerage with built-in laundry
1607 K. Jeffer- Co. Inc. 210 H. Dr. I CLOSE IN-Delaney 507. Lane I
condlUn AVX634- S. 5-ROOM HOUSE and welding shopSeventyfive built-in vanity Drive. New houses (100i I trars. Drive eut. Inspect end mate
Street. Orange Ave. Phone 4537. good fins Fnl" delightful room inner- Uldlron
.i _ _ OAT3 Tol.abuf bs 2
.tok. Road. I' apt.. 3 rooms now .v.l.ble. 0. spring mattree. per mo. Will sell house ar garaee. FHA eeilmc. 2 bedrooms screened an offer.JaKeraea.
ROOM: 10. Brok. Naro .
CLYlk. *4 ton. \S HEELBARROW8Garden typo. re- $ stev*. refrigerator. Reasonable. taa thirty-five hundred dollar Twelve I house Pit for I porches. Large lots. Open for Inapee-
8s I II
condition.eas. Ionbl aides. Bumby Hardware. NORTH- I hundred cash; balance paid like rent. right for quick tie Saturday and Sunday. 2 til 5I and Carter. Realtor- 7n X
telephone I JO ur b.'HEELHI. 2 For I CONCORD AVE.. 45 E.-Sun parlor. Welding shop equipped and three lots I .t2SI0a I S PJB. Call 2-O917 for directions. Central. Phaoe A. T. tBusirr c niter
| GOATS-Female. Citrus One or two room .preata. Lars bedroom s ills private bath. 11 Ph
? luETORAn metal. 50 bL PnactlcaUyj. I 2 I adults. On bus line. Accommodations for two thousand dollars. Kitchens Welding 9916.LAKE .
W. Michigan. 8 Ha.o AnDUe.WATBEetre t. ppl.ONCRAVE7EHI"e. i Shop. Ocoe Owner. ( CLOSE IN-U I
5. : BOOS-2 .0.. (75 for both. Mrs. B. WINUPAK- kitchenette cool; pn' BUY-OR I I a beautiful !
HODSTrue Trmpr" and other gas and Court. 231 I WAT-T Ut EAST SIDE-Near city limits. New
I O. .
Walls. Vinelandroad.I1ORSE.iaceflent .
make H. H. Harris. aparment. Bech Vie. person: i house. 3 here It two-bedroom btmctlow. completely FROST-Her* one of th*

: Or.DI. P.rlh Had..r 21 Edgewater Drive; dial 2-17 condition. Win I Sth _Ave. 1.1. Call 123. Pllt. Preferably lease with option I t I 1 room bath. I furnished. Owner has been transfer- cutwt msseary lake front btiiga-

PD' 214.I WHIZZER MOTOR BIKE-Factory board i desired. Phone Winter WINTER PARK-1295 Richmond Completewith Rd.Modern CLOSE IN-10 minutes ..l from I Reply Box 312 8-Star.- I! ed with 2 | red sail wants to closeout oulci. lows ta- Orlando. 2 bedrooms 2

mounted .a new Park. 321.jwUCwyoun. furnished .pc town. Freshly painted rO. P OP with I, mlnt with I A good buy at (4.950 with terms. eercboed porches: sas stoves for heiI
211 I For SUIi TREE ROM at
binl. shower Pr I cooking and hot water Hm.r :nI
ur.t. dat. entrance. .
perfect complete. Use our .; due to y.t I dMto. i See Mr. Winham. O. P. $wepe. ing.
atJGDUTR.W.le. 1141. S fre i WASHINGTON ST., 2322 E.-3 Reasonable around rate todesirsbla mediate I I fine condition. Lonely yard R(" ,"f
I tee down and (10 26 fresh milk 10' roma ance etr. SO. Yearly lease. M J. Realtor. HO But Pine. Phone 512.
..eO : Yllerc.1 81"' pr H Nichols. &I and bath: ; for adult tenant. 622 E. Washinston S. 6 Realtor: 140 N. : for isick sal*. (5250. term. W TIB.
for 6'porch month. Hdw.. 2524 0 Rt. 4. Box famle Moss. Bot.r 1:2 "; T7. EAST.-Double. Exceptlenally well
.u.llnl a.rp. 3G. t t.upl: ItO .""th. lt. Ph. 535. COLLEGE PARK March Ben Rodger Broken 64 51.Court. -
PALOMINO STALLION furnished. 6 rooms and bath same
L.1 YOUTH BED with sprints and rytsnredij I 7990.
ber-chea Call I m. today only tress: like D' 30. Baby carrisie.IS. mat. I atud. Forida. Golden Boy. i I WINTER PARK-114 E. Comstock.Apt CLOSE IN-S. Rosalind Ave. 50. Wanted to Renti room trme down. Nice letup K.OOO.. Get it _

I"> UO HillcrtH Ave. ( 1862 Cornell' off St. key Lk West 33rd Tr.1.. 1. Atr.rUn. modern 2-bed- Corner rom: twin beds. AduU..nl 11.h- Large. thru Claybaugh Broker. Metcalf Bid. LA5CELUC I'iiECTtON-A handsome -
Orlando. Fla. ; room From June & (8 per i APARTMENT' Efficiency: rsrste. older trp very spaeioua modern
10 QUART Mills frozen custard R. bro (2> Modern EDGEWATER MANOR-Owner leaving
and Cal '
: November. Phone W I < home of S room 2 baUu. central
2-239S. & refrigeration
Pak :
Ice cream laehl with 60 sailoocabinet. f.12. Rl.r nt. 18W. i CLOSE IN-Beilroom. Private en- I bdrom 111. 10. bath oak city must acrUlc modern beating and cooling system.
nTw ege. 2 ROOMS and bath. Also Ian corner I trance. Semi-private bath. Electricrefrigerator ; : business
BifRlOERAJOB Electric. 5 without cabi oul .om.a If. lot. homck. 3 bedrooms tile bath Park-like rounds with tree and
!. Bfo. (ns. Phone 2-3797. net. Call Curry. 2-0741. REGISTERED O.I.C. PIGS-10 weeksT room efficiency apartment. 126 I i and some cooking. R 320 8 Sta. Aln Johnson. kitchen. 1138 Shady lane Drive. flowers landing dignity and charm
RUO.-9x12, Also N. Rosalind Ave. I 30 E. Colonial Dr. APT. OR HOME-2 bedrooms. Pur- .
p.rtmeDt Waller-Roui-
.1 broedloom. A CHOICE PAPER FLOWERS-Rose* Dubl loulat. rCltr 112. EAST Prewar construction no to this perfect setting
!framed .tr color. 33x29. 10 and roc buds color. Coruica. C 1"lc.. Fan. NEAT UFIcEC AP.-Jrr. CLOSE IN-Double room .It mall nhr tot 2 .dut. Yearly CONWAY taxes. 4 rooms bath. 3 screened ston*. Realtor. Ph. 2-2532-2-4509.
Jarvard. Ph 747RUlMJ a end GaDd I Your kitchen. Phone 2-4509. .. -
C.natln. Iris. 4J Delaney. rear. Lk. o.a ktea Bn Cal 123. house : porches breexeway storage room. LAKB FRONT Suburban weB built

Chnt.lI1 MANY THINGS for sale or trade. S weekly. 1858 Cornell Ana. I i CORE AVE.. 1 East I At tractive room OR HOUSE-3 or 4 rooms: ance easy t, Price reduced make offer. 2628 X. I 2-bedroom bunt alow. Send bottom

? O i as new. imi I Can b* seen at 925 South Mills; JO. Pet Stork and Supplies ONE BEDROOM apartment. Ne pets. i In beautiful home. S.mipnnt A-h Year round rental. ( Russell 8t._ Jefferson 8t _ lake: nice landscaped yard- garage

*!! J1xi "" 631 Lakeview Ave.' Street S 863 pr month. Phone 5490 afternoon bali Kitchen prIYI C'. Reliable couple i COLONIALTOWN EAST of Lancaster ParkBungalowpertly i Many fruit tree (7SO. (400U us.. 15

REFRIGERATORUwd i j'ANNA CARRRFber. Sbaprd I' evening i HARWOOD AVR. SO Cool room: S ing-one nice baby Ben- 313 S-Star. bedroom furnished. 2 bedrooms nice I will hand I*. Kin Realty. 30 X.
| DONT FAIL to rail and I
NG&I1.IIpercelatn. 5ft 21T 13 i reeks for your build Mills in* .ntl.}1b I I Brownies Kennel Shop..901 ataea. ATE In. (40 Summer, j J edifllntnc bath. Private entrance APT ..UnfUrDuhe orro. j quick sale at (' rendition near bu and stores. Gsr. lcbsrcti S4'lt _ _

A Kclacr. 4 hens what nerd.n ( St. Phone 4Z39. W'lnoh lor business Telephone; laundry; screened porch i PrlCr dO.lt.t.By d".I. S** ate, (6.3V term Sam Johnson Co.' J IUconihue On Next Fate]
f I
. I couple,vt ld -'. Girls only. Cleee to town and bus. 2t.r. 0 tl I. fills i 208 8. Mala.

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g; Sale
.ttntl.&tarORN. f $ 51-1. Lake County Property 53-1. Ranches and Tlinberland I

LAKX FRONT--Close In. New. 3. PARK-Nic. new frame DRIVE ONE 1155.j Country Property for Sale 58. Business Property for Sale

MAY.11. 1947 bedroom furnished block bungalowon PAUl TERRACE Three-bedroom WR type bungalow in Moms Lake Kathryn HIGHWAY north of 17. to big.: CR"ON.LAKE CUHT.FLA.-. I 2000 ACIr.ned 1 mIl. from I i LAKE VIEW-.-6-room house and bath.
I clear aand bottom lake. City ..- home on three large lots. Living 2 1 bath living b.aUru newlJ buUt mart"
Itlon bdrom. ry. and the modern tile bungalow home la large .I Electricity. On concrete road. 9
ter. Sammi room with fireplace; dining room Clemot on ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-3 or 4
bceptln.I. SUS. nice b.utJ-P o acres 1
[Cont from Frecedlnr P.acleo. R.ltr. Rm Central good sized breakfast room: kitchen I brH dln11 rom.. kitchen. .I I of 3 bedrooms and 2 baths on a i Florida: lt muck. 1 believe 9 the dr.IDe I acres rich vegetable land, all cleared. well located properties on Orange

Pare Ar.d. with plenty of cupboards; front Large landscaped corner lot Pleplaee. er. plot fronting oYe 500 ft. on large 2 minutes walk t* bathIng I ranch north of a.U Acre ol bearing grove. 3OO ft. from Blossom Trail This I* a fast growing
on paved highway I
and 400 Okthob. 2500-acre
en that large < lake. Less than
beach Asher miles
Petu. Your
screened porch; large screened street. Price reduced for j ft concrete walla stuccoed highway. Investments now
51. Houses for Sale LAB FN Suburban rustle 2- breetewsy: hardwood and p155I sal from (10.500 to ( ImmPI.t.. lake. Price reduced $21.500. Our outside furred and plastered and Main; 2-7S6. Cent.1 from business center of good town will reap a harvest In the rear future.
on high for I sign on th M. J. Inside; | near Orlando. If you want land that For all
lrm. ct. tered walls sprinklersystem terms. Also small frame : proprJ. "o trpl. eun. concrete floors types of Investment
40 lr. clear over lawn. 21 fruit and Aloma section. 2 bedrooms. 1 :Broker 130 phone 1'. I plied scored in au.r. COD FINE CAT RANCH-Polk County. will produce the best this Is it. Price. property see Martle Williams Real
tee. PI. !
Screened $6500. terms. Jim
prch S.d. Pl.IIS. roof; picture la M. Caldwell with tor. 21 W. Washington St. Phone
LASBURY AVX.. 11t winter palms shrubs etc. 11.0. .ledrfinned living room and large kitchen. MODERN S-ROOM tl wlndo. fenced 1.0 acres
and Asher
Lt. HOSlZerl living 16 feet long two large cross : Peter. Realtor, cor. Central 8106.
-N.y Smml. P.nclt. Raltor Harlow a. X 125. Price reduced from kitchen: !, miles
hme Predlk 18 8 ( frontage and
4. .Iph.l mi. bedrooms, on hard I Main; 2-0786. ]
tile road
Tardwood nr and pluurcd Rm Orn. Dial 818."It' a5SC Easy term*. The Winter city. 8ho bJ door. acres b.th separate showerstall : 51* : hill and flat f
Metal floor and LAU FRONT-Would you like 8 treat ito I Orlando. Co. Phone 853. Winter land. $8000. 1 ; large dining rooms; lad 1Ir.red. and LAKE FAIRVIEW bedroom '
!mc. 1. I 110 dowa.lb I electrified pl.nte In .fA"-V? l lH ( bung a1 ORANGE AVE. N.-92-ft. frontm
with elee- !
flu Larg car port Park. eral, terms. : lees. 1 tow
!aaeO..rn nice little bungalow just twoblocks KzrO. tenant b.r. on l acre of ground. 190 ft. I I through to McRae St. Store biM
; range breakfast nook laundry rom hou. house..
lot 107zl4O with from limit lake Realtor; 672 N. Orange 2 roe con. lake frontage.
city Boat
tre on WINTER PARK : dock. Lots of ins and dO-room apartment
at New boils
of of the most 2-bedroom 99. hobby Garage la keepingwith c.t vats loadingrhiit,..
($50000 with mol.l. f4,000 with nice b.ch. Lndc.1 lot andImmediate PRICNn. this streetof home. paved CAMPS rom.. large- shrubbery and trees. Paved road. See AU rented. Large lot corner of Clay;
on Insured title price buUdll
O.Ferkk G.r. .treet frlt new 3-bedroom ; area of muck
137 Hale
p..b. 0 mont Hal. pe..In homes I shade. conlret. I' $14.000. lands Dean with Bettes Investment i and Bay Run large lot corner of Clay
11 N. with Mr. I.S. pretty : lovely living room atIU. 11. block house. Fireplace. $5200. cash $7500. assume mort. un.l. A first class Co. 25 W. Washington. ;
Orl" di with Onr which Phone 8513i and Harmon. Phone
IceUen' S with fireplace kitchen gage 2-2572.
ham P. ; dlnln room: Ln. Hen'D Inc.. No city taxes. A. C. Broker. $6500 payable $54.00 per month. rn. ment Inspection
S.op. R.ltr.Pon. fully equipped; bedrooms and 677 9855. N. No better buy anywhere. Bowman & 10. Price i OKEECBOBEE
5812. Dc. Or.n. 12 Orange Ave. (near Malt- Intenle. sis. per MUCK FARM 200 ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL 100 ft.
LAKX; LAW8ONA SN-AUre modern bath; Kr.n.d porch; ownerhas WOODWARD AVE. 639 Open for under... Winter Pak. Open I' Brown Co.. Re.ltor. Phone 3371t .cr.terms.h.t balance reasonable I acres. 10 miles south of South Bay an afreet. 325 ft. deep. Ideal

me loe good-shade. Shown LAKK R Choice lake left and we haTs the key priced inspection 1 to 5 P.M. 3-bdro | Clermont. nOrd.. tcra.Phon.owman & Brown Co. R.a- on highway snd canaL Ditched and location for motor court or mercantile
the view. $11.500; excellent terms; ask for and bath second floor 337. ClermonL ) drained. 120 were In
Burch. S.de ; elcrlel7. ; LAKE Floida.5t carrots 40 acres building. Modern house for occupancy -
IYlnl I
rom KEEP i house
Zelma Benson with Marti Williams.Realtor. COOL In a lake 6-room
front home. FON-Mo.r
'PP1ta' olr. with
$430. Mr. fireplace. Sun dining were In beans: 20 acres are
now I property Is developed.
ter. on being -
; 2-1O. W. Washington St. Phone rom Bear Lake-IS foot frontage 2 bed t( Two Lots ''
Brlr 1 Hen.u Gowl. Ic. Broker 677 2 rom: kitchen and breakfast Book: large bedroom with .Ineh.h. for Sale escarole. Account dissolving partnership Allen Johnson. Realtor 140
N. Or.n. 1855. 810. I bath dOWy Plenty of cupboardsand rooms. $4800. 2 baths eloltI I must sell Immediately. Price I N. Orange: 8612.
large .
; front
SILVER SKCTIOM-New masonry Bear Lake-100 foot frontage 2 bed and rear ALTAMONTE S2S.OOO.
LAKX 1Ioet 2-.r garage. Terms. 1 2 Ben Rodgers Broker $4 N. <
bed- ;
3bdrom a all til* bathbungalow. home frame PRINCETON AVE.-Near the school, H.mpton Broker, 531 N. rooms. 180. I AClommod.Uoa for four car* Lot front lots; Phone Court. 1990.OVltD5 SUBURBAN-Fine highway location

Lrl. Urine r. .rom. Venetian coatrltlon. .tore and churches too. This 1 101. O.nl. Sunset foot frnotage, 2 18s20. ranln. from paved road toIl.t. 2.0805. r.sonabl. for home and store. 90 ft. frontage
This bUd. bedrooms furnished. $ Pice Ja.I SECTION-On Howell ; fertile solL
Screened 1 a room frame bungalow I furnlh.d. 127. Creek. 4-room block. Elec
prI ol with hot and cold ..te. atreet. WEST SDEmile city limit*. 3 Lake Lockhart O.f' j Bro. 25 ALTAMONTX SPRINGS 40 acres good three iris
very modern la d.ln Price IUI. fruit. cash balance on mort enough that you may b sure of goodlumber. bedrooms neat ;f' bedroom. mod-I 5.t' 10'lb room leg pump. Reduced for quick sale-
Includes IBS I 1,0. newly painted t ern. $9900. I oYrltln. lakes house variety of fruit. Rent 820 illness, $2975. Excellent terms small
& but b LAKE :
nnet.a bUaes. Martin with O. P.Swop not go as to decrepit. house. HARRIS DEVELOPMENT
0 $3600. down, .
gage. 10 balance like B.a Lake--ISO foot frontage 3 bedrooms. 0 all. Owner Box 307 S-Star. down payment Wilma March.
..tr In fact It is clean and in Beautiful 1 *
.t. *. Realtor. 60 East Pine. Phone rent. Owner. 3-4656. new cement bun- 8eweU. Home
I blot (
H.rl. O. Fek. 118 O.n. 5812. After office hours call S076._ splendid condition ready for Immediate 110.5. t'.low; s rooms with b. Winter Alt.mont Springs. Pl. RURAL-About 2V acres good land Rodsers. Broker. 64 N. Coua: 7990.
I Bass th :0.
188. I occupancy. Bus service at the I WNTR PARK CIRCLE-New house. I Lk 5 fot frontage 2 bed ., Klstler. Realtor. Pat 8894. I with several citrus trees. Located TOURIST
-1;'. t .In Orlando. LNOWoDPou apartments fur door self service laundry around the screened porch, automatic roms. 11.5. T..r. P. BEVERLY Ion lake and main highway about 10 COURT-East coast High

I nlhed. 1010. Frame. Paved corner. Price $7.500 with reasonable hot water he.te. Butane .. hardWood Lt- frontage,. 2 bed- MOUNT DR-n. of the finest t, large lot 8HORSW. have choice < mile from Orlando. Cottage, nicely S way and river frontage. Nine units.
2-.r A real buy at 50x183 Only : six I, a reasonable price. i furnished "clean room house restaurant. AU com.pletely .
PARK-Exceptional lo- .tret. la.. terms. McNutt-Heasley Realtors. 13 fon. Lt rom. 11. Porld. Select yours as a dish. with
LCR tfle I only 11,10.0. W. Martin with W. Washington St. Phone 5106. IUO. C. Oolden. Broker. Buter-0 foot frontage. 2 bed rooms. 2 baths, 2-story blok Investment Co.now. Walter W. Rose two bedrooms and very large modern and furnished and equipped. Gas
.tD roof eltcUon O. P. East Pine. I N. Orlando Ave.. near Malt- rom.. 11.so. $26.500 00. W. J. Klstler. Realtor 1 1Tavares 49 N. Orange Ave..I kitchen surrounded by large live electricity. Not over $12.500

.tl .I blinds till Dcelr turle Phone S812. After office hours call land underpass). Winter .Park. Open Lake -foot frontage. 2 Florida.8YLVIANSHORZS4. Orwl Manor office 3358 N. Orange ; oaks makes It most Inviting. Price cash. 38 required. Wai. O. Rencber Broker. -

fireplace lrl. ,rom 5076. __ PRINCETON SCHOOL SECTION Sunday. bedrooms. 118.5.Lte rooms bath. A. I gg.SOn Clfwul trma. ........ .. 1 E. Washington.

floor dethtf nicely t. LAKE LUCERNE SECTION-On* ofOrlando's IVa blocks from school and bus. -fot frontage 3 Spanish type large lot COLLEGE PARK-Nice lot 100x135 Carter Realtors. 70 E. Central. I

dl rm nook .I..e outstanding homes t Lovely moer. 2-bedroom. frame WESTMORELAND AVE.. 1.0. with plenty bun.lo.. $ 00. W. J. Abstract and survey furnished. Phone A. T. Carter. 951$. TOURIST COURT de luxe-Central
Kthen bn.l.t nb beauty and construction. Ideal 1939. Select hardwood n NORT- Vet Van HoeD Clyde Me ;: dtrs Terms If desired. 1 location on East Coast Highway.
also U1 you are Interested In Ken Florida.WE 195. Call SUBURBAN-One mile from city llmIta.
back .pa.heater rom.I d.ll : home wit Income of several han fon. lovely are.ned sun tire modern bungalow of sound construction tie. 1 S. 2-4775. KI.tM.HAVE an excellent T.nr.selection of ASOI.te.. 2-1574 Monday.Lt.o A modern home and acreage.- Jacksonville of land to Miami. Several acres
nice bedrooms. dred per month. Four baths; porch .a. and and In A-l ONE LOOK outside wantto 300 ft. fronting on Main Highway
3 you lake.
er eODdlton. dla"ml. m.k. homes for sale. If I t on Will sell all or divide
b.t UP.ta cold water for laundry attic and you and beautiful
slew all oil burner furnace and recently decorated fan. this. Designed In see inside. buy bu.lnes CLNILTOWHLI. $400. Please Call for price and Indian River. Modern.
ceda clot b.atlfu I.k garage.laundrr Inside and out. You must see blo.e type furnace. This home Is each of the two bedrooms has It for the class, Se..u Jou'l in- I wish to purchase quality property.See WIatr Park. I man Goodwin Inc. Broker terms 9855 Rer- well equipped cottages large mod-
rooms. Bth This U1. this to appreciate it. 809 Lacern.Terrte. sple and span and you .1 agree three-way there is come. Top Well furnished. vs. W. J. Klstler. Realtor. Tavares. .DUBSDREAD 6660. ; or era kitchen and dining hall owner'sI
tul 1 esc.pta.t outstanding. Price $ liberalterms. elp'are. a mod 10aln. I COUNTRY secI | residence helps
Brokers protected. floor Best on Forid. CUD I quarters fruit
era I tlon.
well-built fur.c. matet. CubulI Bro I lots low as I 11 ACRES Between
.t 821.50000. Jamerson and Carter. Re.lton. oak ker. Metcalf Bldg. easy | Sanford and stand for handling slIt boxes of fa-
cool comfortable LAKE IVANHOE--Put me most dis- fon attractive kitchen and | terms. Pay monthly. Have lot paidI I Orlando. Small
70 X. CentraL Phone T. 52. for Sale orange and tan- { mous Indian River fruit. Income In
Terms. Sam Johnson Company. 208 crn.UI of home seekers. New (Buster Carter. 9516. A storage room as an extension HERE'S A GOD ONE. 130 cash Grove I for *'n'n building materials become | gertne grove Approximately 225 season, approximately $100 day
So. Mom Street. rambling m.11 bun of gsrage. Lot measures 81' balance aulsble. Property in this high trees: 2 grapefruit; 3 persimmons, Priced-lully

DAVI. shaded lot. Co. to lovely bedrom. double closets. 2 but perfectly lo.trd three bus line and a short walk from dlhe. to washing machine well built IN-Orove and home. 10 I' In value. Buy today ahead of this proximately 6 acres under fence: elusive with Robert R. Tyre Realtor
tiled .. corner living room bedroom shopping district. Priced at $10.900.- CI We have
houses. 'Incn.s. Pond.
Cherokee SchooL Bo Th.J room 10ndlUon. paved street. Move in in producing mixed some beautiful 2 bedrooms, sleeping porch 13 W. Washington. 6174.
nsed for efficiency with fireplace ti kitchen furnace the livabUity. convenience to 00. with slightly more than 1-3 rashrequired. Get Dial 5613 lo arcs to.t right on the IOU living room dining room, kitchen

rocms apartment.can b Can be handled oak floors .t wit til* sills, top, and schools that just cannot I See our Bhoto llsttntr M. calf bu.J... Club.ulh MK ao. 25 .be modernized In pasture land.electricity I W.te. l.h.. and bus .".loure.. bath, separate laundry room sta

for 185. C. B. til. roof screened 2-a garage for anything like the same Nutt-Hessiey. Realtors. 1 W, Wash NEW 1 l.n connected. Asking. Paed. & Boland. Owner. tionary tubs etc. Completely redeco. 1 TRAILER COURT SITE-225 X 325:

.. .104 E. 5. ; Dnl. with laundry and b.th Weir money in the present new high cost ington. 5106. and CNCErom. bu..I. Jua says get offer as 111.5.but Carrigan Bldg.; 672 N. : rated Inside and out. Price $10.000 I just off Orange Blossom Trail.
System. 628 E. Pine; houses. this at CaU le- 4551; evenings. 2-2534. Write Box I Neat
484. 270 8-8tar. clean vacant 4-room house
11.0. beautiful lake. Owner sick and leaving ins Hers is your chance for
I 3 2 LAKE FRONT HOME-3-story. frame. O'Harra-Moora. 2-838. 109 WAIGTN ST. (Just off)-Im town. A bargain. Box 315 St.t. Trade with Swald. Lout XLMWOOD ST. D.lr.bl high I $200 DOWN-New 3-room house 2 $5 000. Howard Broker; 306 N. Main;
LAKE brom X. Pine. I .. 8St.r.1 I. lo : 7325.
FN-I 3-bedroom home with 2 Oa- this '' site. porches.
b.tb. 'Specialism 'D' buldlnl On S lots.
tiled of 2-bdron NEW CEMENT BLOCK house R..I&r. ,, 1'5. l..ul. 2 miles west
m.ln and rag apartment: about fe' on house built 1940: modern every Grove*.'* Main; 2-1464. of Orlando on Winter
struction ceramic Uled for. lake: plenty of fruit. House : PRICN SOL SECTION respect completely I and nicely furfished I I' bedrooms on paved .road. ElectricI I I 14 oii-OUg: ON ow"er'l L. O. Ulroer. Zellwood.Garden Ffa. Road. 1 WEST CHURCH-We have an eighty
wdo. sins new kitchen ealpm.nt both furnished. us an offer. bomeg. : furniture less than ity; ready to move in. n7 0. terms. I KILUIRNEV-3 foot piece of frontage with an entirely -
la... and large >4 miles west. M.t 33 8. Immediate possession. Price 110.00. old: electric kitchen large one lot year Take car as down payment. Oeo. I 1.5. Nice oaks paved usable house In which a business
city limits sounds lo. Bee Rob't 8. 'Main. Phone Charles "Io.e. 5529or Courn.J Re.UJ. ;e If. Or'DI; dla ly landscaped. Price Jamersonand .le King 1401 W. Washington. GROVE and chicken farm with 6 : ; lake privileges. H. I. i FURNISHED COUNTRY HOME S could be initiated while or until

Butt with Robert Tr.Realtor 1 Sunday 2 to 5. Ch.bt 2-247. Carter. Realtor lIS.. CentraL I NEW THREE large rooms front and rom home. 2-.r garage. 12 : Park.Broker. 1964 w. Fairbanks. rooms and bath: garagK tool a modern structure could be built at
W. 6174.LiNCASTa RIO GRANDE of fine 20-year-old trees. About house: chicken houses: 5 front. For a real Investment to hold
W.altU cement Phone A. T. Buster) 9518. back porch: large lot electricity; 1 acres of
AVE-Hr. j
MILLS 734 8.-Lake view frame C.re. '
miles good see this
land at
S. block house out. See now. fully fenced and 1000000. Call O'Harra-
.t.1 copper bus service. Ready to move in. $1850 thi SI'Jtn. partly
furnished house; eeUar. 2b.tb .he. YALE AVE.-Here is a bargain. Five Realtor 32 E. set in ( Moore. Realtors. 5539
PARK-seldom can we large living plumbing large living and terms Take car as down 6631. lEPRSN ST.. EAST Between I citrus. On paved highway and ; 109 E.! Plne.'

offer inch a beautiful home in this .; 2 large room fpla.with dining room. 2 large bedrooms. Price ear room home.Excellent Good condition. 1 I Gr. King. 1401 W. p'Jmrnt. GROVE 10 acres aU .edlnl. Fortl ane Calhoun. 50 ft. front bus line. $5750 Includes chickens NEW BLOCK STORE BUILDIN
Completed 1940 bdrom $6950. $2950 down. Cute McKenzie la.. n.l.hbrho. acre with 3 .. Harlow a. Fredrick. tools furniture -everything. Would
excluslTe section. a 18x30
1 bath 1st tr.ct ft. Lot 50x150.
connecting For j
on d.p
of best m.tr.t offers bedroom with bath and flor.m..tr Broker. 12 8. Phone 2UBANBrand -''. you a most. price home thi. $9.- I I weU. On ace good paved 118 N. Orange Dial $188. proosbly possession.pats GI loan. Immediate Lights and Growing'neighborhood water
for comfortable ou highway and Harlow o. Fredrick. 118
pen Snd floor. Built-in f.tur. in corner new 3-room modem OOO. now Terms arranged.See OPEN FOR t 5. Come and ;' N. Orange. g24OO. each or term*. Escleston Ave.,
tiring3 bedrooms. 2 tile dining room opens through frae .. Screened porch: Oeo. F.1.30. Realty Co.. ISPECON-3 see It. You :a'e' it: priced at LAKE VIEW. 2 beautiful shaded corner Dial 8188. | Old Apopka highway, near Big Lake

maids room and bath. Chrysler :French porch 10x40; lot electric_ pump_ good. .el Almost ballacrs E 1 i 840 W. Winter Park Ave. See this $10.000 for Wm. P. Win- I lots 165x150. Bargain. SeeI Palrview. T. W. Pannenter.

x.tnn nil furnace and tiled 80x140. do ont includes piano of excellent Walking dis C.ntrt. n.w. 'L .'UI .: .,._ I gler. Broker. Mt. Dora. I, rl..h..i.---. -----.. n.-.,-.-... u.._-... D'.u... TROPICAL PARAHTSr l. ,K. .-r.-j

I drain boards. For P :: sewing machine and O. tance to bu and stores. $2973 with gas kitchen Du..a'o.. circulating 1'7 heat. ..til'. KISSIMMEE I LITTLE LAKE FAIRVIEW I of no Frost." Only 60 miles from APARTMENTS. 3 rooms and 1
call George Painter with E rfrara low down YALE AVE. WEST-A modern 23 SECION-n hlahw. Larse Orlando. 525 ft. on Banana l efficiency. Close in. $7000. Henry
:ft tor. Pric 88500. earn payment Balance like tr Venetian blinds, special ven acres/ lots fronting and River.
Realtor; 70 K. Central; 2- property Tuesday only or call rent. Wilma Ben .oler.I back bungalow yard on a t.rl. tot .lh I for. roof. Ideal southern home. S6.MX. Uinton, Realtor..ro\150 .t.1 E. Rob- I Ilnl Into Lake blbwaJ. ft. etne-I' 525 ft on beautiful Indian River. 9 I Burch. Broker._12 S. Main: 3-1090.

LAKE pp.oic7-Suurb.n.wSth ; O'Harra Moore. 10 X. Pine. Broker 64 N. Court; 7990. want to go so back.In the house.you This not Mr. RIdse on premises to show you tnson.KALEY. I 1. lights. M. J. Moss acres to oranges.good soil Balance with 3 acres planted I BUSINESS LOCATION-150x250 ft.

beautiful lak eC'i MARKS tT.1800 X.-New 2-bedroom SUBURBAN rooms with bath and must not be an alibi for the wife witha many special features. Robt. 1.. AVE.- near Delaney; I Main: phone 6977. I I mangoes avocado suitable for i on Cheney Highway. 2 miles from

of sand beach. Brick block home. T. b.th..r- electricity. Larg lot. Good bus lot of dishes In the kitchen sink. Pryde. Realtor.. 668 N. Orange: $850. Ferris lot. Paving sewer. 1 LANCASTER PARK-75 ft. with orange .. dening. A little ; papaya and gar < City Limits. $4000. !, cash. W. A.
home with 3 .P.cOU axe laundry and unit. service. Henry C. Douglas phone for kitchen 2-4596. sidewalk $850. College Park ''I cottage tucked in McKenney. Broker
ti I* beautiful too. as second trees. $1375. 100 ft. with orange among large oaks offers ; 4950 Cheney
Completely .It bte Open Sunday. 23223. I well r- I block west of Edgewater I' a retreat Highway 2-7144.
than average fumltur two bedrooms. The living I ; U5. Kaley I trees $1700. 100 ft. corner i I from city worries. Paved road to your ;

cluded with precision lath and driU JR AVE. X. Un-furnlshed SUBURBAN.-$1500 cash move you lotlnl out upon the beautiful School section lot; Ga.. blocks, shade trees, 125. 150 ft. lake front. II I door Electricity $8500. C. B. Davis, THREE LARGE LOTS Livable

pros*. Grounds beautifully 1.nd.1 lul.lo. re-conditioned like in this well constructed 6-room back yard la grsnd for a siesta or to FULL VALUE-Just over city Une location I lumber $750. Kaley School section 2 I $3500. M. Broker. 132 8. Realtor ;_104E._ Jefferson, 2-1649. house. Two concrete buUdlngs.
a. 2 frame bungalow. shell the peas or string the much more for your lots. $ Sam Johnson Co. 208 8. Main phone 6977. '
ed. Also Included la a C aU tile bath A On 100 tt land- \.I. mean : : DRIVE OUT Reasonable. 2019 E. Jefferson St.
which more than pars e.e shower screened living porch with scared lot. Nice .nd Good Price furnished 10.50. McNutt money. City bus station 200 ft.; city Main. LAKE ft. Lake HIGHWAY 17 to big Write Box 493-A. Orlando.BY .
.spl. Kathryn. just
enjoy tile floor with storage and I price $7500. Heasley. Reltor. water lights. NORTHEAST SECTION Income HOLEN-l0 tronts. above Cassel-
Move to and I.rle nellhbrho. 1 .a now berry. and
Ford. lr. Sane b.eh. fot se the modern tile OWNER-Established business
Price only e. R. wash room citrus and shad trees with Herman GoodwinI St. Pon. 5106. Fine cJpre.bungalow. 8 large rooms Speculation in near future. Imagine Guernsey.12.0. low of 3 bedrooms bunga and home

''with Jo 13.0.. 29 W.W.hln.t. owner leaving cUI and must sell I I Inc.. Broker; 877 N. Orange: 9855. porch breakfast room 10 acres in bearing grove withIn P.nt ', 5 acre plot fronting and 2 baths on a 100 x ISO. Lake on In main highway plot
their home price terms. and glassed in 1-car .r'le.nd the city LANCASTER DRIVlBe.utul lake- over 500 ft. on rear. Price $13.000.
dial 6638. 18.0. .It SOUTHEAST SIDE-This new home 3-BERM Home. l.andrJ. lit. in growing northeast highway 17 and Cash required $7000.
Frank unfamlhe. trees. view 7 at 400 ft. on that large Box 288 8-8tar.
LAKX BUTLER-Recent masonry Ceb. 107 Met.l on lale corner lot will pass GI in best Lt storage room Orlando market! Divided $2250. lot 8457. b.rl.1 lake-Price reduced to $21.500.
would Our
2-1710. This home In city location into INVESTORS-5-nnlt with
full two 3 pion. Loan 100 of selling price. You'U ever 300 feet deep. Some 4 lot th. will sell for $36.- sign on the apartment
cn.tcon baths, .tO. MARION ST.. 2618 New like the large rooms modern and come nice .bb.. ctr. move tree bring 50* higher price. Price includes 000. now 22500. LAKE LANCASTER-Lake- front lot i Broker 132 8.property.Main M. J. Moss i a better than $6000 annual Income.

heating. block bungalow; 2 cnrt. kitchen and: the Excellent in anytime. Can arrange almost new kitchen unities termg. Asher Peter cor. on south side of lake. 80x150 deep.Phone : phone 6977. Beautifully located dn a large corner
porch modern system. Re.lor. I
Two sun car garage. excellent 0 1. construction. lo.ton 0 payments reasonable terms. Wm& P. Wlngler, and beUI gystem. Only $9000.Coma Central and Main: 2- 81. 86'4 or 5752. j A HI-WAY AND LAKE FRONT farm 'i lot. In excellent condition and very

.t.ce delightful A MINNESOTA AVE. 1247-2 bedroom $45 per month no down pay Broker Mt. Dora. see judge for yourself. TANGERINE SECTION 40-acr LAKE FAIRVIEW-Beautiful 100 ft- 2 of 28 acres having good house with i, nicely furnished. Price. $37.500. Llb-
seen to be I.Uoabut frame Corner lot. ment. For this and other GI Loans John Co.t.lo. Broker. Phone 811. Valencia block. Age 13 to lots now available with lake shore I bedrooms and screened porch now eral terms to right purchaser Call
b vacant
M. mut. .. Realtor. 29 87.125. farl.hed. call Reggie Mof.t O. P. ewop. duction record justifies 1..Pro' privileges. lat.e in a small restrict-I I Garden Several acres bearing grove. I Brock Steel with Chenault Jennings

Bt. Phone E E. Pine; 2-080 8 (800 DOWN-Move price. Good Minion ed tract homes. Streets psv- J land. Good pasture: chicken { inc.. Realtors. 672 M. Orange:
5112 hour. 1'0.0.
83. ters Ice houses
Cur NORTHWEST SECTION b : barn electricity phone 7234.'SPECIAL .
2-story FOR to 8. Rt.ltor. water and Pick out your t tpermanent and gas. AU
OPEN j led.
LAKE FREDERICA-Rambling type cement duplex. Mostly 8tURAN-n bus line. 2-bed ISPECON-2 10 1 for $12.500. Only 9 miles out. Easy '
bIt tar .. .
home See H. E. OPFERVotli 15.
.. 2-bedroom house furnished. Electric WINDERMXRE site May
bungalow of 3 bedrooms. 1 tiled nished. heat. Large water SECTION A very terms. M. J. Hose
Broker 133
large living room with well built and in a cor.r good chicken house. $1985 terms. Mr. .t. etectl refrigerator. Double Drive east from Mill on Nebrlt. warm spot. 42 acres land 38 acres f Wheeler with Harold Shepherd RealI I Main: phone 6977. 8. ,I! Business lease netting better than
bat 2 large screened V.O. Owner asks Prl.b.a. with T. Dorsey. Broker. $4100 on monthltp'rm.Dt. I Ave. to E. Winter Park Road ia fine bearing grove; 60* I ty Co. 20 E. Washington St Phone 10%. New building iron-clad lease.

eleetrto klth.n eto. prce.' would like your offer. 1.00. but P. A .. A. C. Oolden. Broker 1121N. left drive 3 blocks to our sign. S 40Valencia*. 15 years old;Hamllns.,. mile I 5124 or 2-2629 after 6P. t MODERN of COUNTRY HOME-.45 acres ,* Better Investigate today Call Stlmp-
-Large Realty Co. X. Go. I Orlando Are-. (Near Maltland this delightful 3-bedroom home I I hard road; 2-story tenant house LAKEFRONT Beverly Shores 105 10 acres orange grove, 3- son-Staton. Metcalf Bldg. for In
o.ner. bar SOUTHEAST SECTION Furnished I 1
Wt car
citrus Ilc sand b.ch Ph. 2.315. 1 I Underpass). Winter P.rk Open Sun huge living_room, .dining_ room. sos is a fine grove and the .Thl I frontage. This ouut.ndla buy garage poultry houses. Priced formation. Phone 5159.

for swimming. f1I.. Plastered Interior.- ,.: gitcnen wln alac.. an. 'v. ww- right. Price reduced from (70.000 1 only $4.500. Call 5159. Stimpion- Central and Main INVESTMENT. 3 bedroom home plug

you have Florida 1'1 b.t tion cabinet Eeer.fre living porch. Lt 100x150. on paved This IUOO. $20.000 c"h assume $25.- Staton. Realtors. Metcalf Bldg. : 2-0786. duplex. Extra lot Illness demands

Only a 15-mlnute from mO.l .teet. with and sidewalk. .. payable years at 5*. gelling. A-l section Furnished. AU
LAKE SECTION lots plenty -
of city. Be* Oo. P. Brass Realty Co. !ORT BIDE-.Beautiful brick home .r.Pflt .pme.rn.te.. eeupper-. Price Is offered for $11.750 or may Full d.t.l. In Office..r J. P. K.Uos $1650. You better seeByrne. 56. Business Property for Sale $20.000. Terms. Pick it. UP BOW.Claubangh. .
and partly furnish bought with oat.
I. Ph. 3-3183. b eompl.t fUr.hn. N. Main 5809. ** Metcalf Bldg.
1 ed. Extra large Going at only $5250. Sammie Francisco Realtor. (1300. Down- above : about It. Broker. 1964 W. APARTMENT HOUSE
3 unit
lt -
LAKIVIXW LAKX LCAT 10.0. First first served. Room 4. Central Arcade; 7407. Pryde 668 N. Orange.e..e.; 1 10 ACRES-.470 large bearing trees. Fairbanks, Winter Park. tag* In rear. Good Income; cot-for
new masonry with S Brand New Close la > Bedroom Bungalow Normal production 57. Real Estate Exchanged
Brad 1- Lul about 3.000 LAKE FRONT LOTS In Interlakea. only $8500. See this today. Clyde
ulon. B.Ue.It or tor. H. Gan SUWES-Ne. eonert with New Kelvlnator and boxe*. Paved highway about miles
me.t DOt Unusual City Conveniences; re McKenrle. Broker 12 8.
.4 2-Ult I blOk 4 Main: 2-4775.
bun.to. corer
"atr. P. 8500. ( with deep I Sto. Fine Neighborhood. This 1 from Orlando. $1200 Harlow stricted. Nydetger Inv. Co, 508 E. CHEVROLET SEDAN for equity In
cash assume .. payable : rom in every brom.. $6900. Otis LundQuit Frank WINTER PAR-W. have geveralhouses G. Fredrick. 11 pr N. Orange. Colonial Dr.: dial 8065. APARTMENT HOUSE-5 units; recently house or lots In town or suburban.
(38.lt monthly cOlt of town. 2 painted inside and For call 2-1789.
on Mr. Crebs. Realtor Building. te Dial out appointment
b.l.nc. .
buy in See Gould with Johnston "etc.l for around 8S8.20ACRE LAKE CONWAY SECTION lots between New furniture.
Moor Orlando. Average
with J. P. Mala 8809.LAKX K.tt& But I 4.planned right for Henry. Broker. 6 W. Church Bt.8HADYLANE The had for 101 GROVl210 trees. 10 3 lakes lakeview. on paved $1.800 plus owner's apt. Close to 8URBURBAN-What yon bars wait
located for convenience DRIVE. 1123 3-bed- I I while. Charlotte C. Smith wIt D..i acres balnl. box). balance road: take all 81.350. J AL. Ohio. business section. Price $12.500 cash I ed for. a surburban home with

FRONT. -Property ef about 4 furnished In the right way. priced rooms clean attractive corner lot. Andrews. Realtor. Winter Pat.,.19. I (6 years starting. Ideal Real Estate. 108 8. Court. | or terms, available. Inquire owner enough grounds to make It worth
acre: .n b.c citrus grove $7850. Owner wants to sell quick warm spot southeast side big lake. 209 E. while. Completely furnished 4-room
oak and rllht 10.7S. trm right. Jim M. 75 x 138. Sidewalks city gas and Brick LAKE OSCEOI.A-Winter Park's fuv Parks St.. Klsslmmee, Fla.
3 bedrooms. 2 business and make deaL DOUBLE In bunealow. Also. 3-room cottage. 167
will Irrigating
Peter. Realtor sewer. Priced for quick sale. Furnished I t.U gystem. C. W. Walters.Reaitor. <
wit 128.00. APARTMENT
b.tb furnished. Fin electrical cor. Main: 20786. or unfurnished.SOUTH 2 bdrom. and 8. P. furnished. Not catreton. lU.u. .p.1 672 : l' eat lake and residential section. HOUSE 4 apts. of"e heavy besrine fruIt trees. Plenty of
Or.nl 1618. house and sandy bathing rooms and bath.
eqpmeDt City garage Davis paved street. rom. h.rd.o fon. t" Dock boat 2 garage epts. of room for chickens. cow etc. Reason-I
; co. .w.tr. HORTWESTth nlc. home of I EDGE OF City- '-.cr. I Buy ta .t Broker. Uetcalfj baths. 30-ACRE GROVE 7-room house. I beach. Western exposure. Price $ ,- 3 room and bath. Corner lot near ably priced or will consider trade

hous: big lake. room for lo con.trcton Wit spacious tr.ct 110 bearing citrus trees. Bldg.It C.baull furnished. Modern kitchen equip Warm section. 178 trees. Irrlsatlon. 'i 750. Cavenaugh. Realtors. 4308. Orange Memorial Hospital. All fur 3-bedroom home In city. King Realty.

boat plan etc. Her Is a .P "* roms. suitable 3-bedroom home. Also 2- ment. Large Plot of ground with garage, Average crop MINNESOTA AVE.-Winter Park. nished except one apt. A bargain at i 30 E. Church: 8433.
less than 118.0. C. R. rnerIek for large or email family desiring room 10U.r. Complete equipmentfor j $8950. Its a good large two bedroom I'I citrus. For a real home. plus Income. 8 0 bu. Priced at $3S.0. H Nice lot with fruit trees paved $33,000. I

Realtor *. TeL 7348LAKX home with income. It l Is well Will accept I and sleeping! porch home, near Investigate this. M. 8. Vergowe. Rut better see .butIt. street and sidewalk. $750. Ph. 2-6031. Call Joe with Veterans' Real Estate 15"ACRES -Small lake. Value $2000.
VIIW.-Beautllul located for renting rooms If desired small cottage as rnc See I Magnolia. Will sell quick. Clay- tor. 29 East Church St.. Phone 183.I ." Broker. 1964 W. ".lb.nu Wi- Owner. Agency; 29 8. Court: 2-4481. Property Trade for your equity' in a home.
Lancaster. view of Lak* I, and for futur enhancement In val WeU with Robt. L. Pryde. Realtor. bough Broker. Metcalf Bldg. I ter Park. Management_Department. Phone 9932.

bungalow. Full New til moer 8 room ue. Mr. Lyle with Herman Gowl 668 N. Orange: 2-4396. I EXTRA SPECIAL-10 off on this HOME AND .. a real 50 bearing Ham MICHIGAN AVE.-1 block N. on BROOKHAVEN section- EIGHT LARGE city lots trade for
tile ACRE8213 tr. drive. Clark. P. O. Box Warehouse
b.t Ine.. Broker 677 ICJY. Keystone and lot 2935 8Kuhl
'D dralnboard. .W. : N. Orange: 18 SUBURBA-D ll-9ZStat. High 2-bedroom house limits $5000. high-class wit t. pinepple. and Valenclas in 1168 Phone 6675. Tile construction about 5000 sq. ft. suburb city house

? H. .lttredgs 18.5. lo NORTHEAST SECTION-Completely I HoU. X 40. wit eletrl 3-bedroom with 4 lots; $5250. New large living room sun room separate blocks. la beautiful condI- with large lot. See Hale Dean with Ave.

3i76. 80D R.ltr. furnished Irom tram bungalow. city ..tr. Lot. 75 2-bedroom lake view; $5750. Colonial- room unusually attractive kitchen. lion and fine bloom. Has new PALM TERItACE.-Beautitul building I Bettes Investment Co. 25 W. WashIniton. FOR SALE OR TRADE 40 acres

LAKX VD2W-2-tory. Excellent 10adlon AU electric kitchen way' and 450 ft. deep. Only Sr900.termg. town choice home site with nicely 2 nice bedrooms and tiled bath. Al equipment. Modern home. Paved road site; lake view and lake fronts. Phone 8513. good citrus land for late model

large furnlsh.d. wU. possession. A. Golden. Broker. 1121 N. furnished efficiency cottage. 2 lots; 3 dandy rental units with frontage. For price .ne terms see F. I Attractive prices. Carl Tegder. Devel BUSINESS ear. Phone 239-R-X. Winter Park.

a .rom. til b.th. and $9850. Ask for H992. Harold V. Con Orlando Ave.. (Near Maltland Underpass $4650. New 2-bedroom block house. over $20Q per month. Patio b.uU A. Allison. Realtor. W. washington. oper. 31 N. Orange; 3-0442. -Good BUILDINGS downtown EXCHANGE-Want 10-30 acre grove
prch.Mahogany dining and diet. Realtor; 37 E. Central. 6137. ) Winter Park. Open Sunday. Winter Park lot $5650. For other ful flowers .hrb and many STETSON AVE. W.-Nice lot $650.C. locations satisfactory perfect I for 3-bedroom home and garage
dO"n get net
Ven HEW good buys: Taylor. Broker tree. every detaU. ExceUent 125 B. Davis. Realtor; 104 East Jefferson. for full returns.
&ade. (19.000. Inspect YORK ST.. 1606-Off Lk SHAY LNI DRIVE. 1210-Prac- ACRES Of FINEST fro.ttre partlcularg see Oeo. H. Klt- apt. hi College Park. E. B. Gay.
buy 2516 N. Or.n. 184. location. Robert R. Tyre. Phone 2-1649. tredge & 21993.
t Broker. Dial InDo. 4-bedroom. bath De. bedroom living room tov. y.rl.U. Son Realtors 17 B. CnCL08E 1164 S. Orange;
Op 13. ___CUbull__ At.ched ..r.... Extra corner kitchen and b.th Pmlh.d 8 MOVE RIGHT IN this comfortable. 2 Realtor 1 W. Washington. 6174. cop Lake front. Tenant house ST. JOHNS RIVER Lot on Lake tralr 2-3175. WILL TRADE this Class A 5-bedroom

LAKE VIEW-New h_. bath! lt In porch. Shade owner. 1 to : Ireml.. bedroom furnished home. on two and equipment shed. Price $1.200 per Monroe near Enterprise. 50x250. IN-WeU furnished : < home with guest apartment best
tie tree lots with and chickens. Bus and acre. Realtors. 4308. Sand beach good fishing. $600. Owner guest
.10. sills, s rooms. Good 12.0 untarnllhe. Ilrd.n NEW HOUSE. corner W. Pine Cavn.u.b. : home i bedrooms. 2 baths Dim I section of city for 3-bedroom home
ba. section. 185. NORTHEAST Entirely redecorated. and school near. $650.0. See. Oho St. $475 down; $30 per mo. $2500 DOWN for 4 acr grov In 1603 Ferris St. apartment which rents for $50. Held Dial 5613. Claybaugn. Broker Met

C'rb.u.h Broker. Metcalf r..I. 8 l.r.rom.. 2 b.tb. Also fur SUS SECTION-S-room ban- Otto Ra.malD with .1U.CNTAC. ale section within City Limit of WINTER PARK-Residential iota In vacant to aell. $20.000. $5.950 cash. calf Bldg.

LAKX FRONT Where the bass garage Income garage apartment. Next Relor. 4308. WHITE BROS- 824 N. Orlando. 2 blocks to school and bus. delightful Lake Know lei section. Hinton Realtor. 15O E. Roblnann WILL TRADE Class A home in Orlando

won* caught Modern prl Check this for a really good bD. to bus and many stores. Real buy nicely located 4-bedroom Total price 7500. Average crop wi Paved street. Ready for Immediate CABIN COURT on Highway 17-92 unfurnished for good grove.

home til* De. bedroom Don Dudley, Realtor. 2-4. at only $7.875. Trade with Swald. home. 87500. only $3500 down. I go far toward paying easy building. As low as $495. Inspect today. units and 5 room bungalow 12 Orange or Lake County. Phone 5613
breeieway. for
b.t ktben NORTH Louis Realtor. 143 N. Main NORTH Here 1* a real opportunity for some Call Winter Park 540-R or
Double SECTION-New 2bromenrt Gean GIG YOU FIND THE will find owner. Some with cooking facilities Claybaugh. Broker. Metcalf Bldg.
2H acre*. la. block bourn 2-11" GIW.*. Broker. family to have a country homeslte in weekdays 2-4551. $40.000. Strlplin with M. Moss'
the home. J
Amazing tow
prc of "..ndaap aee this nowl garag not finished tlid.res.. I I Sacrifice bungalow. S room and S. Main. Phone ) the city. Total taxes without Home 2 LOVELY shaded lots facing Lake Broker. 132 8. Main; phone 6977. 57-1. Beach Property
Bter Bids' Buy this finish it yourself and save. bath. Screened porch: garage: pre 1 2-7. stead about 70. Owner: call Highland on HamUn. See sign, iiurniahedunlimN _

StIPoa-St.toD. Met.l Price. $4250. Mr. Willis with SOUTHEAST cottage war construction. Completely fnrnLihed. CONTACT C. B. Davis for groves in make offer. 2324 W. South. section F
P.rrl 12*. $37.SOo'
LAKK VUW.-.4-bedroom home. Tuf- Real r.tat. 3 E. Pine; 2-1641. living rom.SECON-Ne.. and Also .double Just house off X.on Washington X. Washington.Like St.. DAY NURSERY the famous Indian River District. ADJOINING LOTS. SO X 150 on Stripling with "- MM- Broker COCOA BEACH-Ocean front lots.

alhe. (3000 cash; plies : NORTAT-Tl t.o.toO. 3-b- b.th IS balance monthly. i I I new. Nicely furnished. A real 104 E. .Jefferson. 2-1649. paved lath St.-All city conveniences 132 8. Main: phone 6977. Electricity; telephone: garbage collection

R.1 .William Mathewg 15. rom. Irom blok rnt See W. K. Price. I 1 I buy at $11.000. terms. Inquire Sunday Ideal location In Winter Park paved BARGAIN HUNTERS You'U make : close to school and bus stop. CLOSE TO TOWN Combination fill" ; protective gonlng. Ocean tof'tot's.

Kolar. Broker '81. "lh I privileges is *.of our Real 241 South Orange. Ph. I only at 2020 E. Washington.Fred street. 6 room bungalow 3 bedrooms 1 I 610x440 set to selected l silo cash. Osner at apt. 26. Sunset log station and grocery I '
best buy today. Will 100* O. i Ha- Suitable for subdivision. I Court. gtore. 2 each $1000. Zoned for single
LAKK ADAIR PARK' and carry 138. Garrels. Broken 118 E. C.Du.1 large lot. some fruit elcctrie i[ : { bunsalows. one 3 rooms and bath.
bath. fully rom modern I. Loan at $8500. See this for anexcellent $56L 1aundrJ. of course a i i i So you can go out every day. 100 OR 200 frontage near Par Ave. on. S rooms and btth- all 5 or duplex use. 2 lots together $2-
klthrn on
trle Wth I I buy In an older home. CaU SECTION Frame #' $1500 cash $6OOO S* up. Irrigated ocr. Zoned for single family use.
a SU DEHE I large f.mlJ fnd a lot of Uv-1 Tai I Can buy quick under market price. highway tract Gross In. 000
la.eulpm.nt. PU fruit wit Is 1-ear well Reggie Moffat with O. P. Bwope. with den. front toe In thi home will 'sold Claybaugh. Metcalf Bldg. Claybaugn. Broker Metcalf Bldg. come ii.ooo. Per week 5l5.Ooo. Jones Trafford Realty Co. Realtors. Established

landscaped. $4000 cash I 5812. 8 E. Pine. screened porch: plastered walls; with of the furniture. with Si. J. Moss, rok'rCOMMERCIAL 1917. Cocoa. Florida.
monthly payment ON LAKE: 12 minutes paved 10.5 BUILD YOUR HOME where well > 132 5. Main;
,I SECTION floors: fireplace. Large attic out cash. 53. Acreage for Sale Phone 6577.
$55. Grand total $11.000. CaU HORTWET -This ia 1.t roads. Attractive English planned restrictions on your neigh
Mr. Buach with e'l Hatching. 208 8. Jour lb.nce to get a large house 3-ear garage. Some fri trH home. About 4 acres on lake. Beautiful bors and your lot Insure your tutor PROPERTY-Modem' COCOA BEACH Business Lt*. Two
Main. '1. and Income. 3 l.r. bed- $$12.500 farnlhP $ unfurnished. I camphors bearing grove. Ball Bros.. AlncJ. Realtors, 112 N. CNW A Y SECTION-40 .cr. good contentment. Lots In "Whispering A-l shape best location, low main business corners at Cocoa
rooms and 24x24 ft. cash, balance on P.l. Orang 5189. 35 citrus. 8 garden 2graded up offered
LAKX room Stem the tide and An. : on Breexe" have that protection. keep. This Proposition Beach each 50x120. now
HOLE profit -for Unusual do.n.t.l 2 very large bedrooms S* mortgage. Hal. O. Fredrick. 180 e.J up.ter. Broker. roads: .letrlctJ Insured title. Situated on Forest City road 7 miles 18* on cash Investment will net you I for first time at $5000 and 4S250 respectively.
O. of
oferDI I. .. school and 118 N. Orange. C'Jb.alh Price $70.00O lot has foundation
home. will take shopping [ Metcalf Bldg. IS acre e.hor north of old Apopka road. Owner onpiemlses. Oeorga Painter with On* corner
lU ,12S cu center. See Oeo. P. Brass Realty "It's great .in Orlando.** Kr. J. P. Realtor. Asher Peter, In Place for a building 50 ft
for hi Co. t 70
Interest and modern WELL 2-bedroom home on one trm. T.ner .lh E. Central; 2-0786.
All con-
.1. 19 E. Central p.,,. Ph. 2-3155. I NEW BUNGALOW- BUT N. 120 ft. long. Either corner suitable -
r.nt de Rom i* of lifetime venlences. Balance of prettiest paved ..tr.et.Lr. 15 BUILDING LOTS-Select your home-, CLOSE IN-Guest wide
nice tot pl.ntJ of con.. NEW HAMPSHIRE AVE. W.-Pric* SUBURBAN-South, just out. 3-bed ;, like 1.95. 15 do.n living room with LAKEFRONT acres of land. 6- site now in the attractive Dubs- lake, 8 bedrooms.home overlooking I for hotel or apartment on sec
P.t cheek take property to reduced to (8.950. Completely fur room weU furnished bungalow. 598. porches, garage and fruit treeg. room home and grove. Income fromrental dread Country Club section. Lots in mOnt with oil furnace thl* DM ond floor and stores and offices on

Call William Mathews with nished 2 bedroom home. Gas eQuip Guest cottage. acres an grove. HOME AN GRVlNet. attractive. Leaving town; sell on terms or ..crt of home. $100 month. Suitable all slEei. Close to school, bus and A lovely home with Large yard first floor. Address Gus C Edwards.
Broken kitchen. Front Chicken ranch and Owner 2 Brne..J. Screene fire for cash. O. Box for 300 of good returns on Owner's Exclusive Repre entative.
D.nle Xola. 8. Mala.LAKX J aren.d buldlnl. stores. Priced reasonably. Cash or Investment.
prch 1 78. .ubdIYllon. ft I.trront Lola
81. 2 floors. Fin condition. Lne leaving ..nt Good porch. OU space hete. ar. COTTAGE Three and age. from terms. Jane Bros.. 235 N. Main: 7559. 2-0672. RoyaL Broker,, 104 WUlard Bt. Phone 99. Cocoa.
lot. Call Ray Lennon terms. Realtor. 150 Rob good bearing rom. b.t Floridi
J .ar.d .rletr. post office. Price $16.500. Easy terms. .
DAVIS .It H block from .. 2
Myers. oo Klllaa blOI WILL TRADE city lot 161 ft.x5oft. DUPLEX-3
SECN3brom Realtor dial 8138.I inson. $14.500. wIt Herman Goodwin Inc.. Broker: 877 story Each apartment COCOA BEACH Residential Ws.
garage home. laundry clt. Ppl.c. NORTH SIDE-Larg. corner tot. loon SHY LlDln.lo. Pim.; 3 N. Main; 7325. nlshed Prl.h.d 150. St.au- N. Orange Ave.. dial 9855 or 168. for 1937. 1938. 1939 or 1940 auto has 6 rooms and bath. Furnished;: Beautiful large ocean front lots

Venetian blinds tab In... fan I 150 -ft. 3 bedroom bungalow. Can bdrom. on VERY CLOSE IN-W* offer one of I d.llne. 11 MAITLAND-Within ft. on mobile. Call 8988 or 2-0720. 3-ear garage Also Included Is a 3- I at Cocoa Beach aU cleared and ("044 ,

outdoor grill. Lots arene b nsed for 2 2 house. Tile bath large the best buys In Orlando: a well BUNGALOW bedroom with 2 Sandspur Road CIJ. 8. deep. room unfurnished cottage In yard, ed and ready for building your beacOUhome.

Irhe. Mr. Boerstler with .lre.dJ eulppd tmlH.Lr. 2-a kithen garage: corner lot. Beautifully furnihe. built bungalow completely and Dice acres on Lake Conway. CaU 2-16 Total 6 acres aU set a.d to young Ham- K. Country Property for Sale suitable for owner Now showing 14* Lots front 50 ft. on ocean and
I.ra. $11.500. C. R. Eme ly furnished. For quick sale the price mornings. I return on selling price of S1J.OOO distance ef 250
Henry Broker .It pIntJ space. Tum. : 'I lias. 10 new homes on adjoininglots. : run back an average
2-1O.Buch 1 8. 1'1 furlhe. mortgage .17.80 .. .. Orange. TeL has ben reduced t 1.5. and LOVELY. NEW. modern 2brOm' 1 block to school. 2 blocks to "ms. C. B. Davis. Realtor; 104 X. ft. to main paved boulevard. Price

LAKK mont. Huckel-O'Neal. Realtors; 734*. r.ll it. with block house on nice Orlando bus. 4 blocks to stores and Jefferson. 2-1649. $1.650 each. Some lots In groups ef

rNT-Dt outside City 118 ; dial 2-375. SUBURBAN-Spacious- 1 Mattox. 145 N. Main; 5809. Good neighborhood. Now ready to o Post Office. Total tales $20 Only ALTAMONTX SPRINGS GUEST HOME 11 rooms; downtown. three or more. Other lots oa west
Llt Big Lake "al EIIhtp cupy. See Max North side Newly decorated, side of boulevard at $5OO and up.
double lot horn of super .Ro.le. $1500 down. terms to Here's a partly furnished:
HORTHJT-n on ale alt
Ye. concrete block home far from Colo-* fect Nicely landscaped lot. of Lake San Susan Orlo Vista. real opportunity for couple. Two 5-room houses In one package a good Investment $13.500. $70OO I Other lots oa Orlando Avenue ser-
an of conditon.
a.t acr land beautifully nialtown stores a modest Some price is right. Call SPECIAL call for $4.200. I down, reasonable terms. Vee Van end street back from ocean $350
2 1 3 room clt. Ower. 2.11. New house 5 rooms large lot. Tile restrictions. Gus
l.ndP. bedrm. bath. structure Ott. Cavenaugh. ; Hotel with Clyde McKenxle. 12 8. each. Reasonable
PYe.tet Eetrltr. city EE1JJW ameon.and can gradually Ul deve" altors.R.ma.en 4308.SUBURAnlr. with R Close In very large corner FIRST TIME OFFEREDTwo ORANGE BLOSSOM T2'-ur. floors; $8.250. I Main: phone 2-4775. 1 C Edwards Owner's Exclusive Rep-
COt .UrcU. .
.wt.. On. ef corner tract near Furnished-Spacious home; price $7.-i I reseniatlve 104 WUlard St. Phone
the best sand Call Ito-Bb'ttelPrcpertT-. 12.7S. 6 miles out on city lot .It -" bunllo..nd Joining developed property. Priced 500. terms. I ICaU QUEST HOME and cabins. 4 rooms! 99. Cocoa. Florida.

County. 0 111.5.b.c. Orn. 109 O'HII-"ore.. R .ltorg. 2-86 ba 2 bedroom frame 2 la.. AU story frame home. In excellent right with terms for quick Jim at our Altamente Springs Office. I I furnished, up: 1-room apartment _
Whit Bo. Brt. 824 N..Mills; HORT-.n. bungalow. Will sell subject to Ol loan House can' mad into duplex Ude.lred. condition. 3 bedrooms. 2 ts baths M. Caldwell with Asher Peter.'Realter. Homer SeweU. Manager. Call Winter .down and 5-room owner's apartment. DAYTONA BEACH-I have two excel

3-1688. bungalow with approvaL Realtor. An attractive horn with air conditioned lot is UldS. extra cor. Central and Main; 2-0786. Park 88394.HuckelO'NeaU 3. 3-room cabins 2. 3-room. AU fur.nlshed. lent cottage groups of 6 and 8
two 12.Rs-McU. good Income. Walking distance lot to street In unit for sale. One at $74.000 and
brom. gleeplng 128 N. t rear had. Realtors 11 On lot 120x376: reasonable
porch b : $ X. Robinson
fu 41' business district. Price reduced this 1 PINE SECTION 10 acre at S8S.OOO. These are excellent
ideal one
wide lot an for home CAST terms. 40000. Vee Van Hoten with
LAKX PN--3-tory modern brick Dhed files fruit with o SOUTHT-old. Nice clean a9.0. Exclusive with Huckel- or guest hous. lo.toa appointment good EletrcltJ. school bug : dial 2-3753. Clyde McKenxle. 13 g. Main 3-4775. Investments In beautiful condition
I horn. rf. 3 bom and Call te. for 1.: rom prch O'Nel. Re.ltor 118 X. Robinson: and available. $750 2-0413. I thoroughly modern and doing a fine

2H til* baths: and tl. An.tomatlo ..M-Ho'"mi. O'Hara Newly decorated. Large la. O d.1 _._ ._ WTrn.Ru.r ". 0" ". ._ H*..1n_._.* fTnnfart mm nrnmntlv if von
oU furnace. fon.b.ch ---- WWJ. AU. &. rne large lot 300 ft. from beautiful 1.k. .n Han Bros.. Agency. 112 N. good land. On nice"lake dwP.t..: APOPKA-7-roora house and 20 acres QUEST HOME AND COTTAGES-Excellent ; investment as fins as these

and dock. Located on large lake WORTHWEST Lake Property. I Splendid neighborhood. Owner bll Are. TeL Rr.ltr. Some timber. Sam of land. S acres In cultivation. 12 Income; circumstances
city limits. Owner ..nt t* return Twenty acres of rich land-a four transferred offering real Or.n. 19. Company 208 13. Street. citrus trees. About 14 mile from cause owner to have to return North. I Robert A. Oreene. Realtor. 703 MaIn

North account of bale.Furnished bedroom modern hou. 300 feet of $7500. 12 cash best of terms. Jim ECL8IE H01.trkte high 8. city limits. Priced at $5,500. small ; This Is your opportunity. For full Street. Day ton a Beach. Florida.
frontaes OD with Asher .etln 10ruoU fruit 3 acres each. aU cleared. particulars see Martle Williams 21
&enle and located TAC down payment balance Phone 1797.
18.5. Ten.
Niholn le than Rea rooms and baths SMALL HOUSE-Cabin in 2 fronting lake mortgage. W, Washington Bt. Phone 8106.
Central .
and Elec prIYle.e.
8. dciv, cor. ; See
minut. from I. Bennett at Rt. 1
R.ltor. rer. Box
I M.I 2-1811. to.n Fries Peter pleDt. Also guest apartment. 830.-. inc lights. terms. Kittinger 10 minutes Ave.. $25OO Apopka. Fla. 57. OCEAN FRONT horn*. 3 bedrooms.Green's .
11. Breen 15.
HIGH SECTION and grade family home. Oct It Realty. 42 to H s miles north of Fair- fuel. $9500.
LAKE BUTLER-The. gem of aU FlorIda Pne.Wt: O'Har.-Mor.. 20836. 109 B.ZWsbayflnst I school-Bungalow I rooms and 0. Claybaugh. Broker. Metcalf Bldg. 2-O074. ; 5454 or villa 15. at Lakewood Cottages on CABIN COURT on Highway Idi2 GUEST HOUSE: In the 100 block Bay St. Frontage-93 ft. with T-

lte. w* h.. a modern screened porch: large front porch 441. ,I units and i room bungalow for east of Orange Ave. Is one of the room coquina hollow tile bom In
banlao. this lake 3 ORD garage .parment furnished 4 rom LAKE PRVE. F.m. home NEW 2-BEDROOM cement block. Also I owner. Some with cooking facilities. substantial Income properties a man perfect order. Mary McLaugbUn.
Is just the whole "* bnll.t. borne-four and : large lot 7 yr. Most bunk house. Electric 1.ht shower 5 ACRE Conway lcton Route No. $40.000 Stripling with M. J. and his wife can operate with mini Realtor. St. Ancnatlne. Florida.
batb cl Moos
to enjoy prelt fishing tam rooms. r'dJ to mow. into; siectricity. '. to and Home attractive. Ted features. OutdoorgrilL bath. 2 blocks outside price 10. McKelvey. t Broker, 132 S. Main phone 6977. mum of trouble. In main house there
lilnl. Ihol .tor. ID lmit ORLANDO BEACH onthe Atlantic
swimming. conveniences and .a mal. aho bu. etc. Can had for $3.000 cash balance Heap 11.0. MOV 1330. Kittinger Realty 42 W. Real Estate. 64 E. are four apartments and four rooms
b 1.IS. in soon. Claybaugh. 5454 or 2-O074. CONWAY SECTION-On highway."Unfinished besides owner's handsome Ocean. Orlando' own beautiful
McKeIyey. 113. LAND 12 miles E. quarters.
commuting distance to Orlando. oa 12. i Johnson Company 208 40 of
beach. left
I' Only 8 front lots
Jtte cE block ocean
S construction. There
are two apartments above the
H. X. Wheeler 64 So. Main 6treet.SUBURBAN NEW 3-BEDROOM off Cheney
Harold Centrl and
h.h..J. at $1.650 each. large tots
Wt Sh.phrd DUPLEX North east den m.eO barn. (30 Heavy duty wiring. 6 huge rooms four stall garage. The income aver- These arc
Realty Co. VISTA. sec construction-Corner Small creek .
-Completely I )ODE : which boulevard
Frame extend from paved
E furnished S bath porch. 86 good
St I bunlao. 2-a Ia acres citrus age even on present low ceilings
Phon Si24. 3-bedroom corner with room for additional rage: IL. Terms. R. 2814 8. BrownSt.
hem Insulated Barln.tn wonderful
Electric kitchen; rom and b.t Pr. : Dl. Onestoryframe plumbing. .b.t copper .. land. $4.750. Hlnton. Realtor. 150 $450 per month. Price $40.000. Good to ocean' edge and on

LCAT PARK 4EA3TV Bunga. 17S. $3000 cash bal.nle $60 room flplu. 15x23'" lmprowment. nice living and fireplace. Vet.a E. Robinson. ________ terms. Call Mlsg Fist with O'Harra- driving and bathing beach.
King modern kitchen Eab blnd. Fruit 70 FT. Fronting Lake Erma and Th Cheney Highway the East
; to
1941. Partly Church. eartP. i I hard Moore.
R.ltJ. 2-2380. .
1. bat ba'-t a.de. 109 E. Pine.ROM'M
2 brm., nicely fle $435 I GrD" feel for h.. .. eokln. ad room dl.te. modern kltchfn. corner 18. Own.r. 185 DelaneV. i I road. 1'0 cash. T. J. lndort.R..ltor. 1 "Sine Coast and Cocoa Beach I* now
bath with tub and 1916. Ask Asher Peter. -He
probe AND
.aan. ORWIN screened porch. 26' .t- CABIN-Apartment N. INCOME Excellent location open t* travel at all hour as announced
stores. $6.350. MANOR i ; size. aIn
ht w.ter **
-Frame ) 2-391
T.rm construction I shower also screened porch ..nd"Il. CompItel I ably knows. Cor. Central and Main. oa Orlando Ave.. Highway
by the Stat Road Depart
Bam Johnson Company. 208 S room and laundry with Gasoline I or 2-4737.
8.)'l bal.lo. oak fon. New. i shower CompltelJ and Xel"l- j COUNT/RY HOME 6 17-92. In City Limits *f Winter Park. ment.
Street. Quick stall ; chlidrvn'a playhouse preb L rLr"r t tor; Iou of Cash 160 of Orlando. Com. rooms; garage;
oupanc7. R 6x8': citrus, shrubbery: adjoining londltl utr. ACRE. i loot house: laundry: chickens, Nice home for Owner and 2 rental Drive ever today and select year
LAKX FRONT-Suburban. Co. 49 N. Orange pl. Excellent location. Price 110. 33th llL (15 per acre ". A. apartments
Solid brick 1Z8 which $250
A. grove Old 11.: E- street. brooders and coops. One cow. one are returning tot. AU tinsold lot are plainly
bungalow get on b.atUld.lp Ow. Manor office 33M N. Orange '' Dixie Highway. *. L.UO. of elusive with Robert R. Re.lt. ONE Alsn. Realtor; 37 W. Washington j horse. Two acres of grove: !',. acre ; a month. Price. 5.000.. Call Brack marked with my "For Sale" signs. *I

e l.a. o .maJIUI I Sanford Orlando Kennel Club. Owner. 1 W. Washington 6174. OP THE BET BUYS We have ,| garden. Tools etc. Will take trailer Steel with Chenault ft Jennings Int, Across the street w* hv left Is

bl .PD" Pa 2-a ura. ORWIN WNORrol 2 bath. D. Barnes. P. O. Box 198 Long wood sees la a constructed home: 190 ACRES *a Lake Irma. From i on trade. Henry Burch. Broker; 12 672 N Orang ;dlal 7234. Bay front lots extending from

.toP. B.' hOD. mssslv Arund 300 tt I $7500. e 'aO. .ult finished. .for range and I I'j high citrus land to fine truck. J3. ).taln:2-l090. INCOME PROPERTY-About 2 block paved boulevard to waters ef Banana
rom cr famlnn. com. trnt.l. 11. bs You wm pleased with Artesian well area. Portion heavily from Kastside. River Bay. Unsold tots have no sign
PARK. Near-Good 6-room this FOREST CITY ROAD-Modem, 3story. North Orange Avenue on
gas ,
laa bearIng I R.I&r. w.le-Roton.1 WIT | NO $2500. Electricity. (41 per acre i oo them. Sold lots bear a Sold sign
7S EERE 5-bedroom
bungalow completely and Real i I 2-bedroom residence. 1V A very spacious
trees frme LnOl tt 64 1"cKelnJ. I I with Herman I
Mr. Goodwin Inc..
elt r. Gus C. Edwards Owners Exclusive
paved Jln WI.In PIE CAT- 7-room hoU. 2 all city ex I : acres of land. Just right for a newcomer house on 75-foot lot. excellent for
Tractor r.d 1 mU.oat bat downstairs. DIlel.tulhe atIU. Open House Sunday 2 t 4 P. U.. N. Orange: 9653.44OACRESMile wanting close-In country life guest house. $13.000. good terms. Representative 104 WUlard St.
and Ur. b ept Qult'eap.ner. r.1 51.1. Lake I Phone 99. Core
I Florida.
rural life and a.n njoy t1 I a double wnem.nt 25 o Pick-up County Property I! west of Cocoa. Oa I In a popular community. $8.500. Jamerson and Carter Realtor, 70 E.

small $ th. lomor ofa .large 1'. rom and ..tt. 145 .. Dn't 501.del. 73 East Colonial Drive. Out off Orange good road: good drainage: electricity good terms. Asher Peter. Realtor cor. Central. Phone A. T. Carter 9518. FOR SALE FURNISHED ThreV-

"e.t.t. DUJe' ct.1 s from Elementary I "n. BNN BR Beautiful small available. $150 per acre terms. Central and Main; 2-0786. INCOME PROPERTY-AZ apart apartment building on ocean. Ideal

Cfnu.t Brte. ( HuUnl. R.At.81 & Jano Hh abol Close to WINE PARK-this pleasant S.t.ct lo.td Lake Eu.tl. U C. B. Davis Realtor; 10 E. Jefferaon. 441 and old Apopka ment home: one apartment with for three families wanting Summer
421. twobroI bun.- This home. Address Box
brom fornlshlngs. Ret bat concrete blok. 3-bedroom home w.tr..n t* 2-1649. extra for rental close to busl- 547, New Smyrna.
the Road lying between and fronting rooms
L PN-4 bedrooms i $4400. phen I. I pi.. is ideal for Completed ocean. selL W. J. XliiIcr through Beach.
log a individualityand Dtr' ofie. Tavares. NEAR: ORD3 acre fine ham on' both with a big two-story country ness center of Orlando on
frontage paved loo ft. i PARK L AVE.-New. modern A-l 0 Call Dana before te finestmaterial. Porld. D.lopr.JST 1.0 paved road house with modern kitchen street and bus line. Call or see IF YOU ARE LOOKING for good tocattons -
.o road. Fries $18\- Aluminum mea loot .. No expense 2 2 bunga frontage 2 Moriarty with Joe O. Myers. Rcaltoi on the East Coast
mun : : other
800. cOltrcl Humpte 2-0836. .P.r rom b.th. 1.0' bath furnace etc. and 10 acres of see Veto
Room Si FI1o Rulor I A.bt Dandy 2 i 10 E Pne.'WN.1t. ) tile b.t Irene tiled pr Mono' eoDUon Lrn 3 small property: electricity; grove we think this place a splendid 29 W. Washington dial 8881. Beach. W* bars for sal* business

Centr 40. hoe. Close t school Unfurnished m.t .Ietr Ithl Large room basement. .rae. ideal building site: ripe for denlp opportunity for a combined grove LAKE LUCERNE. E.Onest house: 8- blocks apartment building, homes

LAKX FR.ONTZ.OT or lakevtew l bus. P reduced SlO.O. Exclusiv PA 5- with game rol br.J atyle Prrh plenty trt ment. This will aell lultl and roadside court or Inn operation. bedroom and 4'i baths furnished: groves highway frontage, alto well
And suburban 6-room ho. I Wth Uuctel'Ne.l. Rh block w.1 .block concrete furnace. Lot 75xlOO 1 a real Investment carpet blnd. no. Price $9SO: tfnl. P. "a Sixteen acres In all. See It at $29,500mith linen and bedding included. Large located tots near the beach and ia
city Illt.' Yon can the bom 118 E. bUI.lo. H from bus by itself Stones Throw and Bendix washer 145 N. Main other part of the city that
line, .ut .o. prop- tox. Brotfr. : S.5I. Mr. AUsopp at O'Harra-Moore. lot. $28.500. C. R. Emerick. Realtor, will b*
aDd or 30 lots. Fruit shade..l.ctrtctty. PINK 1tla walking dt. from Orange A below buIlding erty. $12.500 00. W. good future
ST.. E-bron bom. Large stores. and o \ Ple J. Klstler. Real- Realtors. 2-0838.109_ X. Pine. 610 N. Oran.e. Tel 7348. Investment. See L A.
gag and phone. Paved garag tower: eOt of home far12.0. tor. Tavares. Florida. Merrtmaa. Realtor. Ver
Can for piles and kitchen equipment..rl trus t new .. der.te Inside Olt. Ou for t.r. 11. Co.. EUSTIS. 6 RanCh and Timberland .> LAKE rrtONT-Modern 2-bedroom ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-Over ', block East of R. R, Fla.
tr. Her RultJ rooms, oa highway
Ooodwta Inc.. 1 wl ma- WDUoa Sundays; cU 392 Av4 b.t Close 1 Mock bungalow. On half acre plot. 300 ft frontage. With completely
6660. I o chin 'Dcade g7000 cUh E a7L 1045 Av4 phone lUl Ho 2-241.1 I Little exp. .1 CATTLE RANCHES-"Sine* 1916." I I Close t* bus and stores. $6.950. C. furnished new bungalow. Best buy No. 1.

J.It. &Carl$4s. 929-w. K.ntak small UO.O W. J. Kist- Ask Asher Peter. "He probablyknows. j I P. Shumway, Realtor 140 N. Orange; on trail at $9.850. C. P. Shtimway,
ier. Realtor. Ford.. ..Cor. Central and Main. I I I 2-3282. Realtor 140 X. Orange; 2-3282. [Continued On Next Pare




, I 5*. Real EsUU: Wanted 1 CO. Business Opportunities $1. Bank Ln-Seree (!. __Help Wanted-Male 73. Auto Service 7$. Used Cr for Sale 75. Used Car for Sale i nbag nittnr1.tzn

LUBRICATION MAN-Must understand BRAKE REPAIRS We supply an .1
, i A'dn- I-unit kit w1t" l GROCERY New building; INSTALLMENT LOANS cost yea less lubrication and have education your auto needs; also tires gas Hydramatie 14 con..rbl. .Oup.. Nice r.dlo heater Q mechanical ORLANDO. FLORIDA

I e01. Jt cost lot.l' ITRI stock of at Pint National and ability for ado.nrment and OIL Dixie Sa I. A Service. W. perfect automobile Low mileage andextra Evans MAY 11. 1847 PAGE DEALER"R.
Vs new 4l; :
1 eiO. at one futur. I.W B.n. Cmpar. Service : .
..t. Clyde McKenxle. 12 S. merchandise. Owner sacrifice these cOt When t Apply Oora 8rl. 30 South at Boone St. I clean J. C McKellar. Your 6O W Central
. sale I 100. t 93 $.34 Orange Packard Dealer 342 N Orange; dial
8 Payment* A.
of For quick -
i N.II. Phone i-TI. ____ oa account t.. 70 13.50 CAR WASHING and polishing by .p 5147 PONTIAC 1936 4 door aedan. New I
make terms.Ask 1 ISO. 139
you -
priced at 11..0 I' P&melt PLUMBER WANTED-1st. class For prompt and el good good seat .
16 67 man olntment r I p.lle te. coer. Trailers-Tracks for Sale
BUNGALOW Worth or eee- : for with MartleWilliams. I 200. you 1(6- S. EVANS
& .
t Apply Kerr PlumbingCo. B & J Service A car 8395. .
letr rU 8tUon
23 a
3 bedreoma W. Washington I 300. you
Cll* requires Realtor. 2'9p.melt 0 Winter Oar- .
toa 2 .. 216 W. corner Boone and ana. 400 N. 4771
Wilbur Strickland.Broker. I 400. you get 33. P.nt J.clal. Or.nl. EO-I
lot. fit. Phone 6106. 3n-Pal.nl Fla CADILLAC 1947 sedanette 62". KOZT COACH-20 ft house trailer
W.Ctureh. !I I 500 you get 4fSPum.nt 41.67 den. CONVERTIBLE TOPS-Head linings Hydramatie. air ond.toner. radio. PLYMOUTH-1935 4 door Good rendition W, C West City Says There Is no larger stock

81000. you get 83.34 lo'one who has a Door panels Tailor-made seat cov- etc Striking blue mileo Low cost luxury Original I Trailer Park, Lre burg. Fla of used and almost new cars,
GROVE-Not over 10 tern OAS STATION-On AT*. cor Above months MCNICA I lS black finish perfect tires Best bet
Pe.r'.mD 12
Or.n. and run a West Trim Shop, 641 Lexj Will trade and 8.
month J&ment I t.l. era
or tangerine. Mail b locL II IIn. .a. Doing well wantto 15 are Im.lr. on 1.I.r commission ba- I j ington .Aut | 150.E.al. 400 N. I at 14S. R S. E.I. 400 N. Orange trucks, trailers and cycles in
IT Realty Church and ,, .al. 101.LUBRICATON i Or.n. I
a ROpf. Plue Include life insurance 1317 W. Grand Ave 411. the USA than we are display

OaVh.o.- pura.r. with IT.,I ..I case Bank of at d.aLh The 4th floor.FirstNational PLUMBER Experienced only Raymond _scientific Shellubrieatlon t I PLYMOUTH 1939 is 401 .d.1, LOANS LOANS LOANS ing at our six big locations
DAS shop I thorolb lubrta\l with an
tY.L 0J 8TATON-Wlt .nd,1 136 W. Plant CHRYSLER 1936 Royal 4-door r.4o. Tl ec.pton.U
0 Dollve.Broken .I On Dehol. S. Every nook and clean Used right here in Orlando'We
sedan A good buy at $295. 14
I very
eOlade.d. Lul. lelo. .
Winter phone 99. ear or truck is touched Smooth running
2 WaalN P 8412 heavIly traveled State ll.. Baa FIRST NATIONAL BANK now pro phone O.rdel. Of. mechanical assured I R. S. Evans Truck and Bargain Lot. OsrUnd; 234.STDEBAK
dent will wholesale
6 bedrooms for tourists and I a complete Estate Loandepartment p.r. ,ou Garland and Amelia 21023.CEVROLT194 1947 BORROW BY PHONE of retail
condition aIde Heal Safe Comm.nde
DROVE-.10 crs good bath. Only 85500 down u 865 and silk. Apply to r..pl. h.rd-tre trade
t 2 included. Musthave on 2nd floor to give you PRE55ERwol place makes easy coap. Low coat tr.Dprt.- CALL US-THEN STOP finance and can give
living lu.r.r. monthly. A. C. Golden 1121 faster and better service 21 Bon. 8t .p.rt "IHtn Se.n. Ion in immediate
McKensle Bro safe pleasure Great Southern .
t at N. Orange 1. O.U. N. IN THE SAME HOUR FOR delivery on practically
ear Cd. (near ul.rp. !!!!!i400_ Orange Ave47718TUDEBAKER .
692 dial
I. 1 S Pon. 2-11. ?). Winter Park. Open Bui 62. Loans Up $300 68. Sales Help Wanted 2-180.8trl. Or.n. Phone 24601.CItEVR.OLKTl935 aedan A -1940 Commander THE CASH! S50 to 1300 any make or model

211.ORVEHOJJJES; GROCERY AND MEAT Mt t t very nice running 4or. Good rubber I door sedan Very original mechanically from 1932s to 1947s ranging
New building and AUTO. Diamond loans- BUILDERS HARDWARE Sale.mal RADIATOR REAmIGA. make perfect You will have to see to from
r Pmlur. Only 8295 R 8. Truck $100, to
Broken Ch.n.ul & Jennings. Inc. lug below cost account of illness For Company. J. F. Preferably wit ear to work out of can 1.1 .tk copper E.n Garland and R. 8. Enn 60 W. Cen Tea! Get cash quickly on your Signa- 5000.
and Bargain Lot corner ..relate.
.73 N Pone 733*. particular call Mr .Smith Henry Burger. Manager 807 Build- Orlando. Sunday aad Monday radiator cores for replaem.lt. Phone 4331. for Bart
Oran. Burch .roie. 13JI. ..I wU 2-1)i. Inl._Phone 2-0339 Netc.1 at the San .U'1 MoteL See M.V.rd.m.n. Call C. T. W.le Radiatr 12 Am.la. 21633.CHKVROLET1941. lett.8TUDEBAKER. Ao. tore Auto or Furniture Can today! Our prices are the lowest .
BOUSB WANTED-We hat prp W. Central, special deluxe If
; :933.i you can duplicate
for modern ft .nd home. OAP.AOZ-Tbe Buckeye Oarage. 1317 door sedan 22,000 actual mile 1946 Champion 4- I any car
It your for *al* call A.a.ohun. W. Grand A.. at Oral.Bloln CASH WREN YOU NEED IT-At the CANDY AND coonix ..I.mal with 73-1. Parts Original paint and Jim Cumbie door Smoky mountain light i we offer for less money we
t Auto Accessories :
saisry I
truck Ur.
100. 140 N Or.nl.. Trail can be bought 81250. which Acceptance 480 N. panel ; i 904 N. Or.nl. 2-4521 Radio; extras. A-1. (1.775. Old l : guarantee to
between 10 C.r. GFC LOAN meet beat
tn Bom.!! include SOO-lb. capacity Curtis compressor Orante. Phone courteousservice. Apply a.m. I' ka Road at Ad.l; M mU North I or

"SI.lmn. with a S H. mtr. meta Private offleea Also at and 1 p.m or "old.,..am 42 N. AUTO RADIOS-Motorola complete CHEVROLET-1934. Excellent me Edgewater and Par_ _ ,I competition .
Gertrude St. I of Orange 'I' Priced to selL
and Cocoa and Winter III stock B. P. Goodrich. Garlandand ehlnlea conditon '
71 last Robinson Phone 6795
bare pro t bld H.nnCASH'LAsuek STUDEBAKER 1 Commander
to between Service, Winter
BtE WAW. with electrictander. Next Centa Robinson Ave US. p.r.m' S.U I WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD
Oupm.nt lr
4bdrm and Washington Phone dan New Paint Job new :
In ood locations Crblt Outment BUMPER JACK hydraulic 8795 1. .595. R. S Evans. N. Orange 1
homes ( good d.k. chi made on fur SALESMAN For Orange I ti : CHRYSLER-1939 Very :S m Austin $ 4
8 Door
Realtor. 14 ofic DAR lamps 95. 4-or .d.1 Phone 1.8TEBAKlla. Sedan
)choln 2-111. and business OWler .. Orlando very profitable bul.a 8el BI. Fog nor clean original paint 2-1
oUe tle.Wi
'. Countr Fords and Firestone lo ton plck-UP 1946 filmea Coupe (3)
W.I interested apply above own Home Finance Co., 307 : age : Cbarolt. have to ace to H
et...I Metcalf Bldg Dial 2-0304 to 55 Must live In or near Orlando Orang and COlord. 11S. R. 8. Evan. 60 W. CentraL to a.us before TRUCKSFORD. 1546 Buick 4 Door Sedan (2)

of soyDavis. all Acoustlcon Cooper Co. 378 Golf for auto AU sixestipes Jo buy a used car T. P. B.ke Mo 1941 Buick Scdanette (2)
LOANS MADE from 810 to 8300.atrlct ;
1TGS wAron.1.00. C. B. HOT Leas and R.-II bue. sale privacy; fast service. Family Bead Daytona Beach. Pta.SALESILAN.Quillfied I' B. P. Oodrtb Garland and CHEVROLET-1941 4-or I.n tr Co. Kisslmmee. Pla 1939 1'4 ton flat 1942 Bulck Convertible Coupe

R..ltor 104 X. 2- at Inventory No to buy Finance Service. Inc. 32 W. Central and experienced Robinson ATC Original paint u.holt.n. WILLYS JEEPS-Six 1946 Civilian $800 141
24' 10S. Remley. Edgewater Hotel dining Ave Phone 9897 : men or women to sell business Very .ne house trailer Owe' .I. Sedan (6)
have the room. Winter O.rdrl and professional service. FRONT D REPAIR PAT now 81045 clan. Evan .-60 W. lo. Orange Ave CMC. 1945 IVt ton flat with 1940 Buick 4 Door Touring Sedan

USTTNQS .AW.. community of REAL ESTATE LA5' a small commission Box 268 B-Star Lbr.ll almost of 4321. winch and 1940 Buick 4 Door Sedan O)
property JEWELRY pole
barer if 8TR1 loan on your needed. auto c. A. Prang I Sons. 1010 W. 78. Trailers-Trucks for Sale
Call T Carter. 8518: Jameraon 5000 CeD .tot .0mptUton Florida 21 W. Pine. lit SALESMAN-Calling on de.ler. Church phone 8811 I CHRYSLER-1940 Windsor 4 door sedan $15000FORD. 1MO BuIck Convertible Coupe
A low Cndlt Ill tract and weekly Real Priced to Jim
C.r.n ..11 and C.ltr.I.1"GS rlt. L.III laarr. 10 r.h way .. T.aer. I .U. Cmbl. AMERICAN ft This trailer t* 1931 BuIck T Pass Sedan
C. B. X. .eferan money for bard worker Only high SEAT COVERS Drastically cut. C.r. 904 N Orange Ave 2-SZI. 1938 Pickup
WANTED-Bomes. groves. 21641NEW D.t.. QUICK CASH LOANS Furniture ...lb.ren please Refe.nc. car Coupe. 86.95 and n.l. Coaches. I CHEVROLET 1946 Fleetmaster ready to llt. Butane saalight 1939 Buick 4 Door Sedan

Lt ua help yon .eU year note and auto loan.. 3 hour .."- Rom 3. Mon 814 95 Sedan. (14.95 .95. In- miles extension and drain $250CHEVROLET. 1938 Buick Roadmaster Sedan
BUILDING your own club coupe
.. 113 M Bt.r R.dl. 1.0 hose fluorescent lights; large 23 ft.
Br. .
Tuesday 8.30
1 I
property. Agency. Ice Family Loan Co. SOI Florida ajn 81. Field Firestone Store.
business Drive-In PJ .tIU.tOn Beautiful black Cumbie 1938
dial S189. f..mUe. Idea Bank Bide.. W. to pm.SALESMANWith. dial 2-2388.' flob. poTch with roof and tarpaulin; exceUrnt Pickup : 1947 Cadillac Sedanette
Or.n. for retail business .e"11 aat trt- a Ca mala.e.Phone I Orn. Cars. 904 N. *. 2-4521 condition; larte bench. 2 lawn $250INTERNATIONAL 194< Cadillac Convertible Coupe
LISTINGS WANTFD-Cllentf waiting fic Lot l0xl8 .. construction 2-1611. established line sedan. large shelving space Price

X. P. Blayton. Realtor. 33 S Fine .front. 1048 sq 4 OUT OP S who ask for a loan her for direct ,ale t local consumers.A 74. Auto-Trier Wanted CHEVRL-IUS 1 2-or respect. R. 8. rh.lr.11.IS. See this trailer before you 1939. l'i 1934 Cadillac Convertible Sedan

8t. phone 6651.iBONT3. ft. floor space Owner will lease for -get one. Personal Finance Co. 24 demand Uem AUrat. opportunity Evans.. 6 Central Ave UU.ClRLTIUI ._ Ett Harper at obOuthrl. ton panel 1947 Chevrolet Sedan (2)
8150 per with option to purchase Per pron.l ttenew 'rlt FORD PICKUP or model .' Cheney Highway -
mntl 5 Orance Room 2. Phone D.41 s
Tr.Ue 1946
brl prcdrllb' months' at 234.Robr Box 327 Will trade "'4 8400. tudor Idll. New P.rk $250CHEVROLET. Chevrolet Sedan (3)
: pllup
for quick i.1. To wltha excellent p.ro Mr. E Wole. Mgr 8te.8ALMAL.r Call 'I p.tlL In low cost 1948 Chevrolet Club Coupe
waiting. 8253 Barry He.t Brokr Colo.1.ltwl 13. Harold Shepherd Realty 63. Mortgage Loans wit to' .anr re HOUSE 2-2311.TIRo. Not over ,t tr.n.pr.tol.. Colonial. Motor 1239 CHEVROLET Good 1941 To-and-a-bal. 1942. 1& ton 1941 Chevrolet 2 Door Sedan (6)

are not contented Co. 20 X. Washington St Phone 5124 serve cash Will m.t. trip (1500 H. W. Drn.I trucl.. 8. P'xte' HtghwsyCHEVROLET Pe.119S. dump body 1941 Chevrolet Sedan (4)
LOTS W ANI JOI now to four month as Coloradoand Shumaa Box 1359 Sanford. Fla_ DODGE-1935 coup. A nice looking.good 270
let some one PlO AGECETerrtf &. running only 1939 New, $800 1941 Chevrolet Sport Sedan
JO\ have panel
wt on back Must ear. I 315. I
else it. List with urn F.H.A low-rat lo OLDSMOBILE 1939 2-or. New S. 101 W Central Ave. dark shiny green A n
bald of the and best selling -Lnl-t.r. Oar- clothes, and references Will E.n 1940 Chevre Sedan O)
one at
I Broker 6. N. Brown old.1 .. motor and new paint for only LOUIS E GABEL
D line of the country Give lo.n. this Box 311 8-5t.r. 291. .o mOi. mal.r 5IS. .
21219.IRPETI. II.no building buying or refinancing Call w.t. 105 Nort Bumby St. 1'; phone Evans and Bargain 1940 Chevrolet 2 Door Sedan

ran want t"H buy parrul.r personal ttenlt. or gee Jo O Myen. I.ltor. 29 W.Washington SALESMAN with ca distributorfor Something I DODGE runs -good 1935 8250 coupe Look 10 corner Garland and -Amelia 2-1023 19 Rutland BuIlding 1940 Chevrolet Coupe

8te.RTAUR. St. Phone Orlando tertn. PONTIAC WANTED-All models including C.l 2-224. 1942
CHEVROLET 1942 Chevrolet 2
Ba.t. Telephone 8383 Door Sodaa
62* rlb' ). and _Tavern fully everybody_ is_ It _, pleased.to 1947. Or Olds Dodge or ,,00E114 ,u.tol..buU 6-pas- enod mechanical ".ndltlon.11ton 4.
j11tr S ( 11. aunneoia. rlU'Ie. "aJ. PontIac 62Colonial I tires; new Bat .lra ivja ineTroirt uoor eeoaD
Stivers |
r.r.n.n. p.IUUD. other clean car 1.1 h"
Oup HOME LOANS-Prompt service on .n.r coup good tires ideal for yl'hauling
long terms first mortgage. Rates H.tl.ld. EIPlr. Ave : ; I (895 D Varner Ine. W Central 1938 Chevrolet Business Coupe
131.a RESTAURANT 4 TIRE SALESMAN-Would prefer man make 'i i 5'10IIC* Winter Phone I 193S Chevrolet Sedan
W Bomea. Dwntwll.ton % andib. Guernsey and Green. WESUY CARS-Any -any Bark Ph 'I 2313.CHEVRL1140
1TG AK may Books open for Ine. R..ltr. 21 E who bl.lpr.n. and not .fr.1 model-any ,. Oln's U.c Ca. lb ton truck 1935 Chevrolet 2 Door Sedan
C.ltral 419.
experience for correctbandllni H cash to responsible party Potter to abo. average prol 142 N. Garland; or |I DODGE--1932 coupe A real bargain I axle SALESMANWANTED
depend on our with Herman Goodwin Inc. Broker. HOME LOANS-To build purchase.refInance sition for person 2-34 car Perfect running good tires. r.r 1933 Chevrolet Coup
of eeUlng details: our man and repair Prompt .. BADLY I of 1946 and 1947 good tires (650 D .. 234
677 N. Orange: dial "- W. D. at Sales.Oviedo HEE (295 S. Evans. 400 N.
tat loam IncreaM 0.11. 1we. 18S. ice Reduced costs plan M.rtn Dd. Tr. 128-U older cars Barley R Or"N. W. C.ntr.1 Phone 2-3153 Chrysler 4 Door Sedan (2)
McNutt-Heasley. GRILL-212 W. The service COlplet F. P.rl 615 N. Orange Ale 41. I 1941 Chrysler Sedan (2>
Raor 1 RX Church available. plans before 8 .m. or after T W.d.woh. DODGE-1942 '4 ton, 4x4 pick-up.
Washington BUCUSTOMERS spot in town. specification and house Winter 159. DODGE-1940 coup. R.dlo heater ideal for melon hauling In sandy 1940 Chrysler Coupe
Manufacturing ice 82 -
wiches new tires. .
for homea cream. lunch.IU for re.ol of health Park, 224 Federal Park Ave..In.Winter L.nA.I. assorted everyday carda-for only SPOT See J.CASH C. McKellar.PAID for-Your your used Packard car. A .t.1 at '9S.oeJ R.d.11 8. Evans 1 W. soil.8695 good D. Varner condition Ine. and 234 W.good Central tlreg WE ARE IN NEED OF 1939 Chrysler Sedan (4)
WAG Come In. look the place over ask Send for this real money 4321.DESTo1140. 1938
-O. Chrysler 4 Door Sedan
and Income List your HOME LOANS Dealer 342 N. Orange Ave Phone Phone
propr. questions and make aa offer WIU -We want to hel you Money back not satisfied 2-313.
today W buy home build I 5147D 4-or aedan Per A HIGH CLASSSALESMAN 1937 Chrysler 2 Door Sedsn
Llwo Aolt. 1 accept cash or grant tel to responsible a or a one. Great opportunity churches and deanthrou.bot. DoE PICR-UP-it-ton. 1947 mod

Phol. 2-11. parties We will give you prompt service Office clubs needing funds Gordon 434 N VARNER INC.. wants t buy your l.c m.thnleaU7.. very 8. weeks old. Make me an offer 1936 Chrysler 4 Door Sedan

FOR IMMEDIATE RUT L RADIO : service and hours 9 to 2 during week I t Gay St. Baltimore 2. auto or truck and pay top 60 W. Central tre.. R E..O. Frank Reed Trailer S.le.201 N. Orange 1947 Crosley Sedan
CSUUSSRldlo 13 Saturdays First Federal C
property Immediately D. Varner Inc. Blossom TralLDODGE
IILe s..I. prices
70 wU au.. do.ntwD. Doing and Loan Association of SELL DREE. lingerie hosiery 4-door sedan 1937 DeSoto 4 Door Sedan (2)
Realtor. I Studebaker Sales and 234
1 J. C.nue AY. nicely. Reply 5 Fully High 14 LUr -1941 V ton pick-up truck S
t 31 88tar. E St. Orlando. Fla a.unl..4. tommt.ln.fr. condition
Pone 2-311. Pin. .. W. Central Are Phone 2-3153 Ln.r. extra good heavy-duty tires goodmechanical 1937 DeButs 2 Door Sedan
RESTAURANT and frozen custard OUtlt. 1141. Cars. 904 N. OranseAve Who can actively represent us
PROM OWNE 3-bedroom houae. WANTED-Man for Rawleigh I business EV8 SELL your ..II Cmbl. condition D VarnerIne 1942 Dodge Sedan
win license. FREY
last .ctla large rooms required combined cash 647 B.e W. Central and LOANS on an type of property; long In Brevard County PermanentIf I car Sure get aU you 2-521. ., 234 W Central Phone 2-3153: I and who is interested in makIng 1941 Dodge 4 Door Sedan
i Part or short terms low I DODOE-l940 Beautiful -
; rate; for car but before sell 4-or .d.n
can your you R
POa- 31 18ta; aervice STORE furnished house (.tank ate service Harlow G F.drlek. 11 you write are .a. h".t.r., Por pt. FAE particulars -180103 -- get our bid too Central Florida aqua foh .dlo. heater 0011140ton pan.1' S'I a connection with a company 1940 Dodge 2 Door Sedan
OUTOC8. 1011 Nebraska and N. Ferncreek.Price N. Orange Ave. Phone tire and drives like
and types 01pOpr7. Corner L Memphis, Tenn Motors cor. Garland and f.rsl corner Garland and Amelia 2-10J3 1940 Dodge 32 Passenger Bu
that is recognized
1Ilie 01 I Only (1O95 R. 8 101 as one
$12500. nrw *"
See B Hagan Phone 2- Enn I
Born Kay ADdenon I' SMASHING SELLER-Big cash dally L Central DODGE-1940 -ton pickup 8595 | 1940 Dodge Coupe
W. Phone
Irole. 423B_ Orange; ph 1-401. TI COURT-Best buy clone in I MORTGAGE LANS-Ap.rm.na: Only complete History of FRANK REED really knows how t AVI. -1211.I R. S. Evans .Truck and Bargain of the leaders in the industry. 1940 Dodge 4 Door Sedan
BUYER WANTS IS acre Valencia Orl.ldo. S acres OB Orange Blossom I Orove*- InduaLr.1 War II Giant Memorial edition get the high dollar for your DODGE-1942 4 door sedan Fluid Lot cor and Amel'a 2-1023 |
value priced risht. Homes also all PitA I drive new paint Jim Cumbie Cars Gul.ne 1939 Dodge Coupe
I equity. Cash In five Why
30 to 40 good T.u Rea lo.n. I.r. on sltht Hurry for and or '
AUo acre milut.
trore I TRUCK 1939 1 )-ton
with as Iowa. 4*. d.tal. 904 N. Orange Ave 2-4521
grove with or without home. Phone 1. Cadw.n Ah.r Up 33 na. Universal Home, Phlla.8el.1 give 'em '? Give e.DN'T DOE OUR LINE IS 1937 Dodge 2 Door Sedan (2)
Arh. : Best
101 rear
Peter. Realtor, Central ad par No IP*. 128 r'n whnl. ote. plt.s
11 Cu & Broker Metcalt Bid.'E Main; 3-0786 __ I I N. Orange R.I.JOi a.Uor. WANTED AT ONCE .Man or I 201 N Blossom Trail; 7883 I FORD Equipped-1940 with Deluxe radio,2 door. .ed.n rail 44U.oDE1941. 193 Dodge Coupe

HAVB for food lakefront I to service customers for LOSS MONEYI! We pay Ur. S1S9S EXCLUSIVEAnd 1938 Flat Coupe
w I' -toa pickup
,. >
BtR Take It
MORTGAGE and good
and wa t.td homea.. du TILpAK-01. bl.bW8'1 84SOO LOAD Pr.t wanted mortgage from On individuaL W.tkll prouet in Or.ndo. weekly Estab value, see us for now.your Olin car Used DD'th..lle. for 181S. m.eh.lle.I. .. 101 W. Central Truck and .Bar.lnLt. 1946 Ford Convertible Sedan

pl.e.bala. with .rn. U' furnished and one stationary 3-room 'o IrO masonry con average, starting Immediately No Orange Ave.*Phone 2-4814 Phone 5296 cor Garland and Am.I. 21023rR1 is by far the best that we t 1946 Ford DeLuxe Tudor Sedan

ion. Prr. Cn.al.b trailer with bath 3 rlt.l Irll 89S I .. Best l ton of city large investment. Cal II 311 I ANY MAKE 1946 or '47 I will I. FORD-1934 '37 motor r.dlo plcla. clean I a pin. 1946 Ford Super DeLuxe Sedan
monthly plus 810 r.ltl Willpa' 6*. Box I Orlando Ave pran.. ea.. i ipay coup. 8375 Can b seen at I have ever manufactured during -
WANTD TO BUY-10-20 acre of trailer Good buy IS. wit I F.nl up to 85 000 for the ole. h..te. R 3000 Kuhl Ave Ark for I I 11946 Ford Tudor Sedan
bearing iroT OlT full terms. See Gould with MORTGAGE FOR SALE-82500 at OPPORTUNITY for a real estate New car urgently l.ed.d. M.r.a Evans 400 N. Orange. 4771 "ol the 54 years we have been
1ntl. I". IS at %. 10 salesman to loin Used 101 4-door aedan Dark FORD--1941 IV ton Long wheelbase 1942 Ford Fordor Sedan
.. H. P. poland.p Broker W. Church St. 150 : very much alive C.r. 8401.
t l.t.n. ry. I at 5 SHOO I PRD1141 Good motor, new Complete in business. It consists of
Realtor 672 N. Orante. Jea. 0 J.ar. ., real estate office spending over 8200 fll.h. OUn Used Cars. 142 cb. 1942 Ford Tudor Sedan
C.rn. lumber .
Bl. WAREHOUSE With going 6%. $ monthlY. Herman Oood- new rear end. Power off
; 241.WE buslneas. Located on Atlantic CoastLine wIn Inc.. Broker: 677 N. 9855 I monthly on ads You see my ads N. Gal.nd A. Phln. 2-34. And.aU steel dump body 1 detlred8e CALENDARS. FANS [both 1941 Ford Tudor Sedan (2)
P HAVE BUYERS wanting grove Ph. 2-1022. Owner Or.n. very day Experience unnecessary SUCCESS THE FIRST E FORD-1938 tudor 85. Recently overhauled at Green Fuel 108 1941 Ford Convertible Coupe
I W.r.houl
boalneaa properties and homea. For Phone Cooper for interview winter : white wall tires Sacrifice folding and modern pictorial -
W. Concord
sue lilt with P. A. .ARE YOU INTEETE in buying REAL ESTATE LAS Low cost! I P.rk 958-J. Y.I. getting top prices for your car I 847 510 E. Jacknon. Apt. 6. : 1941 Ford Hub Coupe
Imel.t 37 W. WashingtonDONT A-1 a good 5891 C.J To buy. build rft.ne. home I from R. S. Evans "World Largest I lRD19U H ton pick-up truck J, and SPECIALTIES. I 1940 Ford Tudor Sedan
'ID. about restaurant completely and business reconditioned
OUIp pro Trust 67. Employment Arenries Dealer only one trip to our .0
LIST property with m* and talr .. 1940 Ford Fordor Sedan
your stock
ped Including Department of First National Bankat lots further roundsby I body and cab IRtj D Varner
mnlee you wan \ un H.lf tures Also furnlh.d rom. rented Orlanao. second floor. selling to us today. ?'ORD-1936 .ea. .a bright future 234 W. Central Phone 2-315. And It offers exceptionally 1938 Ford Tudor Sedan
Burch. Broker. for immediate BRWN'S AGENCY I I but past Its rough. .
Mall for 8168 per 85500 EMPYEN a .
1 to Ford Station Wagon
mOIt you want FORD--1941 ton trrl. especially good opportunities a sales 11937
...Ie.BUSIE Nun. Rrl.tr 8165 J. R. 33 E Robinson.
'ER. BUR.e Claybauth. work come Central. you Drive In to any of our 8 Orlando I flLh. I I con.traete for milk dei i 1935 Ford Coach (2)
M.t.1 Phone 8613 LISTINGS MEEe INTEREST LOW AS 4* want help call 6326 I locations or phone 5298. I r..dJ for Immediate service man who is ambitious. So, If
am* '33traTfTTn RAT A D. I 1931 Ford Sedan
Inc. 234 W. Cen-
ok .llc on .
I"drel. "Bulel in Orlandoand ; U.95. VaD.r.
proprU. COLLINS EMPLOYMENT SERVICEand I Interested please write us
.-.fete front l.dqu.r.r.- Orl". Winter brokerage Nurse Registry. FRli4 convertible coupe Like ; .1 Phon. 23153. 193S Graham Sedan

land beach. Within rg.w MANUFACTURER OFFERS Business Bettes IDn.tllnt Company 2: W. ers tpllt. bolieepra Stnon.ph PRIVATE PARTY want clean late I low mlleag R 8. Evans. ;; FORD-1934 V-8 panel delivery truck Immediately for our proposition. 1942 Hudson 4 Door Sedan ((2)

.ndG unit b* Opportunity to become distributorand Washington St. Phone 8513 help dom..tl. model Chevrolet Will consider 6 W. Cntrl. 4321 I with 1938 motor Completely overhauled 1942 Hudson 2 Door Sedan

owner Wrtt 01 21 8t.r. Jobbe handling electric and EMPLOYMENT Pontiac. small Oldsmobile or BulckCesh FORD 1947 club coupe. BOO actual Pn 8182. .-

HAVE YOU a 1Ulne. for sale A .lpl.nre. sporting and VETERANS AND CIVILIANS We PARK want work or 8EVICE Private sale Addra H. Stuart. miles Nylon seat covers spare tire k,/RD--1946 1 ton pIck-up. 2-spred 1941 Hudson 2 Door Sedan (2)
neat home ap.rm.lt hOle? wheel I.OO "orkD. capital will build oa your lot or you may I 32 Fine ned het Box 1511. Orlando.OET and '47 tag Ollns Used Cars 242 N axle. 7x50. 7000 true miles Jim 1941 Hudson 4 Door Sedan
Famished or required prof oppor select a desirable 2-128. E Orange Ave 2-4814 U. O. COLSON CO Sedan
hOle homellt from our Cumbie Cars 904 N. Orange Ave 1940 Hudson 4 Door Touring
It today Jo* O b.r. 39 I tunity. No exp. required EGA. 2518 1tl. Horn and with FORD 1936 Good
W. Washington. Dial 8881 or 6638 Montrose. Chicago 18. lU 10. 01 or a 90 It.nred loan 69. Work Wanted-Female CASH S MINUTES U.nlprt.ton.2-or motor U.I.. S29a 2-52. Dualwheels PARIS, ILLINOIS 1939 Hudson Touring Sedsn

HAVE CLIENT for 2-bcdroora home SMALL but efficient metal manufacturing and complete planning and time, I V.el 142 N Garland Ave CMC-.1941. 1-ton pick-up A-l condition 1937 Hudson Sedan

at a pree *f net ever .0.0. business producing huh building aervlee Cb.n.uS ft Jen ACOR'S .ASISTAN-Par Mrs W* cay cash for any make or model : 2.4347. Wyman GI rbbtr.. Altamonte 1935 Hupmoblle Sedan

Lisa a.d a S-bedroom grade article in great d.lane R nings. Inc..672 N Oral" Ave 7234 re.on.bl. Eola Hotel car No delay or bargaining Drive FORD 1937 "85" 2-or aedan. Phone Winter A., -8492. 1940 LaSalla Sedan *
around 610.000.00. Bette. Investment tailing around 8200 Idel lan Ar.tronl. L.1 In. state your price and well buy Radio excellent P.rl &dan
Co W. Phone 1513.S9. with mechanical ability. Shop Wanted it' trnlprt.ton GMC PICK-UP TRUCK-1947. Low 1941 Lincoln Zephyr Of
.qulp -Female s Ollns Used .
2 W.bl.tn ped "It lathes drill presses ".ler.. 6lelp CASHIER: part or fun time 3-0666 i 1 "or u. monel. 14.Ave C.r.14 mileage A-I condition. 660 Or.n. WYKYGYL MOTORS 1939 Lincoln Zephyr Sedsn

etc be moved and o AVON 244.YORD A"4 Winter Park. 494. week
Property_ C'I Crc representative. Starling-Alexander Motors Ml N. 1937 Inserts 1939 Lincoln Zephyr 2 Door Sedaa
Out-f-Stat garage by one m.l. Owner towns ELDERLY WOMAN wishes bou.workIn Orange Ave. Phone 787$. generator.d.n, 1. RI.. HOUSE TRAILLR-Shult, 23 ft fully
making good income little overhead earn good Income 81475 cash. 1610 8. 1946 Mercury Sedsn
SMOKY Mountain In Good family Bleep Box 310 equipped
JUt Orel Ace .bl re 86500 cash including and 1nntf.r.w Housekeeping and 10 other leading .lal 8325 system gets and it.front H Switser.end all new.Buckeye First I Bay St. Euntls Pla; 3-DAY SALE 1946 Mercury 2 Door Sedan

sort property Rut treea m.t.ra part time Ilobe. Women magaslnes Write Naomi MAID Colored girl Experienced WANTED BUY good clean used Court. Rt 2. Orlando 1 HOUSE TRAILER-1947, 23-f. Sim 1941 Mercury 4 Door Sedan
mountain stream. Just one mil BO prolet .h.ld. 0 Il. Dtm.n. 816 Broadway Orlando with children 613 8. DlvUlon. car from Indl.ldu.1 Phone 2-4012. FORD.-5-pasenser convertible. Red mon springs and 1941 Mercury Convertible Coupe
from city. All 31 Sun I gas. 3 rooms; ned 30 days; reduced
combination or
ly owned. .Ploate I WILL SELL h.1 interest of my BKEJR. NURSE -Ho..U.1 tried nurse, leather upholstering, chrome trim.exhaust from 82230 to Also 27-ft Roy- FRI. SAT. SUN. 1940 Mercury Convertible Coupe
14 Writ Post I1S.
Plod new tourist of and Wrt. available Ple.e telephone PRATE PARTY will pay up to .tcl. Good rondltoa 627 .
or w. a I PU' w.l.nW. cout 1 Inlt Office. Box Hie.IEUICINnlor. E. Apt. 7 cr.te rooms butanegas 1939 Mercury Coach
N living quarters 1.udr II.PRcCA rsh for good ..d.1 or tu- I ; big bargain 31st and Orange
C 1946 Nash 4 Door Sedan
and storage rooms. operator with dor. private party Lining 1505 FORD 1935 tudor
AJ.1 over NURSE E1 .d.n Exe.Uoa Blossom) Trail Dnnlap Trailer Sales
steering rooms .. pI..nt surroundIng reneed Indiana Ave. Winter Park 944W I ally clean like '39 BUICK SEDAN 1925t 1942 Nash 4 Door Sedan
60. Business Opportunities D.b wit b.U. Pop in new shop Ph. en"emelt. HOUSE TRAILER Clean newly
113250 square 2-2291. Dial a new car Colonial Motors 1239 A-l Motor. Clean
fe. Pljhtt_ -2Sa. ON-THE-SPOT CASH PAID for J painted inside and out>8600. caU Good tires Radio. 1941 Nash Sedan (3)
room for 16 more 827.500 CASHIER and office lo Colonial Drive
APARTMENT work Write Box De clean used cars Jim CumbIe 4293 I 1938 Nash Convertible Coupe
BOtJ Id..a.I'3rm cash terras 309 8TNORPHER prl.ncd. ,
t responsible party. 8Sla. preferably 904 North Orange Avenue Phone H.UDSON-1940 4 door sedan Very '39 OLDS SEDAN MM
mo. .Ir. conl.dlol. HOUSE TRAILER Zlmmer 1937 leash Sedan
owner Oeo. -
shower Alao 8. J 1401 W. Washington 2-4521 clean throughout 8795 R. 8. J.41:
Tl ald bath 6 CoX-eDer.l Homework Refer Winter Park. 1 permanent Tandem wheels Sleeps 4. I Good tires. Neater, Mew Motor
room .Itr.-mo.r .p.r & .IC. ( and health realdent Box 308 S-ta. Evans. 60 W. C.lt.l Ate Phone Butane gas. Turn at Church 1947 Oldsmobile Club Sedan
Large bEAN or to own and Winter Park 9S7-R e.r' 75. Used for Sale 4321. Ask for B..t.t : Sedan
m.lt .ltle. "r.r l .WOI.I oprat Car B.rt.t. 1 square In Pine '42 PONTIAC SEDANETTE 11.395 1942 Oldsmobile
yield 17 a. Stamp Tending I
b.t MtOI pre.d. t la Pot store Good NURSES institutional work; experienced 70. Work WantedMaleBOOKKEEPERACCOUNTANT HUDSON-1942 2-door or 1939 Ford INTERNATIONAL TRUCK 193& Radio, Heater, Spotless 1941 Oldsmobile Station Wagon
Owne. W.llrl erlnl. In m.nta and nervous dis AUCTION Every 4-door for sale or trade See Sun 1-ton Panel Door Sedan (2)
Pun or spare time R. AUMOBIL body Fair condition 1941 Oldsmobile 4
Writ Box 1461 200 day from 10 to 4 at 413 W.
erl.r. D T.'d. to American Bakeries 315 W '
JUII OPPRTS lllr 840 H 20th BU MJwnl.. WKATTKITIOM aome sires permanent year round trucks from 5.uLomo. Princeton An.HUpMOB p.m I Suth. 39 PLYMOUTH COUPE $845 1941 Oldsmobile 2 Door Sedan

RI 4 OmC&.ner.1 325 bklepln. tion Thoroughly experienced in accounting the cheapest We really had e. t 1935 4 door INTERNATIONAL 1940 l'-ton New Motor, Radio 1940 Oldsmobile 4 Doer Sedan
C.nta Prescott V. Rfe.nr'l. B01 8&. and office management 17 sale last Tueaday Plenty of and .e.n take body Perfect mechanically, I
car Like new good tlrti UP very good rubber 8795. R B EnD.'ruel 1940 Oldsmobile 2 Door Sedan
DOCTORS AddressT trucks
yean and buyer to themaway 41 CHEVROLET CLUB COUPE
BEAUTY SHORTHAND Star. TUTOR-Box 298 W. .utomobl.Vlrno. .rrountD.. Blossom Remember the hk. will hol.te7.400 H. Sp.c.1 4771 8395 I S. and Bargain Lot. cor Garland. $1,143Radio 1939 Oldsmobile Sedan (2)
PAawDtwl 1.Uon. A strictly modern practically Orlando Pla be the first sold If Or.nc. Amel. 2-1023.
epratr.. new Tail one you want to Good Mechanically 1938 Oldsmobile 4 Door Sedan
house buy or sell don t miss this ssle FORD-1930 Modrl-A roadster llH LUGGAGE TRAILER New, 2-
quick 82500 lGbdrl wit CONTRACTOR WORK-New Clipper Sedan
Fr. 392 N .Courtt Ra Inn rom. inn room .P.roU STENOGRAPHER Well qualified! construction, WANT Materials on Anyone can buy or sell. Golf Auto wheels The bet one I.r. wbeeL Very cheap S;at 139 X. 1946 Packard

CITY LIMITS-Cottate o.n. 2.241.and trailer A COldltole. has thermostatically ; T.I..hol 2111.8TORHER the ground, rp.ln.mot any kindsReasonable. mobile Auction Co. Lakeland. 2-4521 Cumbie C.r. 10' N. Ave. New Hampshire Ave.PICKUPicton 41 CHEVROLET COUPE $1,123This BUSINESS 1942 Packard Clipper Sedan

620OO Income annually. furnaceand and office J. B. Rainer. Box 51 AUTO AUCTION Every truck In good condition 1942 Packard Sedan
Like New
splendid hot In.r.1 Tb Car
pat outlay would Wit w.tr heatingequlment. a.e.tant be Zellwood Everbody tells Prices .orRYC4 Harley-Davidson. A bar.11 Phone 2-0346. 1941 Packard 4 Door Sedan (2)

IS to 20% your What be1U.D17 for .. marital status and HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE and Rolly-Robson; Motor Aucton 2120 Low mlleas 304 E. _. I Packard Touring Sedan
better could o you ".It In.t.nL Ropr Realty Dtr' CDlo Boplt.L of Wit, general experience P. O Box 2788. high aol senior with four years S. Orange Blossom TrU Thursday t Apply 638 N Hughey St_ ROYAL 1946. 25. 20' awning '4] CHEVROLET DOOR SEDAN 1938

Church and Main each 1 wlb lPlr.t (2 I Centrally Orlando Spanish desire positions the day.BUICKlp37. MOTORCYCL-Indl.n 1946 model porch Cold water unit 82,000. I $1195 193$ Packard Coupe
bath STENOGRAPHER : guides interpreters etc. special of extras Van Camp Mobley Trailer New Paint. Beater 1936 Packard Sedan
cLOSE IN-Orante BIO Trailer latd 117 ft. 157 Pr 1.1 office 4 door .dan
Prl.er. long .U half ft. lalt. Phone S608.UUST Legal experience lot B. with travelers to Latin America. especially '46 engine excellent Colonlal including radio Price (985 Milton Between Sanford and Orlando p.rk1 1937 Packard Touring Sedaa
IMP. M Llppmann. rtue' Cuba Jun. through Augusta Phay 621 5th Ave Mt Dora Ph.MUlUl.It..L '41 CHRYSLER CONVERTIBLE
423 8
.u I B Oar. 116'A 8.Orsns. __h_ __ Onn. .. h. .. ,.""..I". ."_",. ." "otor.13. E. Colonial Drive .------..-. --- .. SCHULT .- .Cuatom buUt .. 1933 Packard 4 Door Sedan
: '
STENOGRAPHER General office BUICK-1941 4-door aedan New equipped with Butane gas toilet
Dj CELL Good bualnesa. fruit work. Must be experienced able to little extra Greatly .d.dr paint clean thruout Profit with I I O H V Just overhauled Extras I I and bat tub. Sleeps 4 people. Only(14S5 Radio.Heater, Fog Lights, Spotless 1942 Plymouth 4 Door Sedan (3)

1 viIRTAU.edrat stand en Orange Blossom meet the public. Apply in own handwriting future Park.collet tpln.. Phone Winter II Prophltt Used Car. 5OO W. Central Call 6118 Nell Monday _ terms Frank Reed 1942 Plymouth Sport Sedan

City and doing a good buttneea. See I''e make offer. Clayton. T.11 stating references aol quall- 65N.IDUSIL Are OLDSMOBILE-1942 Station W"OI. I Trailer Sales; 201 N. Orange Bioseom 1941 Plymouth Convertible Coup

All fixtures are new and attractive. tor. 3 Pine; 6651. flcatlona t Box 280 S-Star_ ENGINEER-Yale Unl, BUICK-1941 Perfect con Clean car new tlrea battery. plug T.I.TCORII4 TRADE FINANCE 1941 Plymouth Deluxe Coach
This business will stand cloee inapeeUoa. W .. Desire ,I dition in ..S.dan.tt.. rutt. engine 81695 cash. Coat (2400 Mack sleeper
side Profit
LAT ON THE BUSIEST hlgh- ArAl worl. Hour in Central Florida D. J. 235 i iwA with !H 1940 Plymouth Sedan
Will aeU for between tea and to 8. B.le. Prophitt Used Cars. SflO W. Call 2129 Vero Bech Cactus Sweet : 28 ft. refrigerated
A few driv 10 4th ., Ml Dora C.n\rl fat Prices and will find
Check These you
thousand and food Plymouth Sedaa O)
AveBUICK 1939
tw.l. a
cu lug minutes from town. The living Clover Ortn. 1 8. Court St._ Shol. Great D.I. trUe. exeellent .- other good
them $200 lower than
contract had on the C -Experienced in .
1(39 2-door New condition Phone 3 3111
mal b quarters are spacious-gracious and WAITRESS -1946 Super 4-door OLDSMOBILE 1938 Plymouth Sedan
'I buildlni Tl t neu.l.llatloi strictly modern A lu.te. building Must b nprl.ne.dald dustrial-labor rlaton.. tm...costproduction I, 2.30 miles. Radio .d.L See motor and new paint Job. S at TRAILER-Koxy Koach 20 ft.. custom buys 1937 Plymouth Sedan (2)
for rl.ble. S"ld.
title examining he.tr. .
1. Korth Bumby St.. Phone
th. 105
IDtonaUol adaptable to .b.tr.et .
many kinds of Chef N. Orange. ; L H..n Central 2-21. buUt; completely .qulppd. Coach
Winter Ltte insurance Motor. Plymouth Touring
Sd.a 8tlrk.nc Relor. business 87.ooo. 1937
00 will handle Iicln- Garland 2-2424. Convertible Sleeps 4: A-l condition,
WOMEN 18 cub I 111 Pak
45yeara of Former Judicial Box 302 PLYMOU-1f 700 N. MILLS
slve with Prescott V. 8teel. Dial t .ocrl. Ave 1937 Plymouth Coupe
1940 V.r rondlUol
wanted Ll.
for super 4 door
8 StarSALESMANJExperieneed
EAST-Doctor*. Bu.r for guest Income 2-1008 45 West Cenvenue._ experience cf.tra plmon.Easy Radio good rubber .e.1 Evans. 60 W Central Ave Phone trailer and 1942 Pontiac 2 Door Sedan
Ideal; family setup for t-I.w.. and Her UT-laaa BUILDERS OPPORTUNITY_A per- to learn. SII-IJ le..f.t. ..I.r. plane with good firm.; car.Orlandoand desires Colonial Motors 1239 X. del. 4321 A.I for Bartlett TRCORAutmoble'._dl.l. Wlndermere CORNER COLONIAL DR. 1941 Pontiac 4 Door Sedan ((4)

log quarters. rooms gect .ublollol. all set UP with furnished Ideal working conditions adjoining .. Phone Drive PLYMOUTH 1940 Club connrt" TRAIIERS-.New and used 19TAmerlul. 1940 Pontiac 2 Door Sedan U)
Ln. surveys count. :11. I SUNDAYS
2 complete mo.r pl.n approval and Apply Tramor Caf.tel.. B W BUICK-1940 Super 4 door ble Be.utful grey fnIsh. ce.n 8189S up Electric OPEN
b.t AGED MAN Good educa. .d.a Convertible
h.a. S fln.ncn. low priced homes MIDDLE 1939 Pontiac
and $" .. 10 C.ntrl1 New paint excellent c.r. 104 erator optional Accessories, Colemaa
tion PU par Itn.r for sale C. w. that ton; handy with tools P.O. Box I: N. Orange Ave Phone 2 4521. I and PontiaC Coach
Dial throughout. stove awnings 1939
9613 That C.bab N. PITONS J'J good are.plrn- Orlo Vista Fla Jim Cumbie Cars 904N prewar parts;
Wrll Bldi Brobr.FRCH5E II W.lt.r. In Orange: 1111. .utle.nr. Let ua teach : Orange Ave 2-521. PLYMOUTH 1942 convertible club dollies fans bottle gas tanks. 1935 Pontlae Tudor Sedan
OPERATE profitable mall order yon Florida Jackson coupe Excellent mechanically, good I etc South Orange Blossom Trail. U
for Central Florida Life bu.t Beut7 CoUe. BUICK-1941 Super convertible Excellent Champion Sedan
ness Splendid opportunity de ville. Florida 71. Airplane Sales & Service top and upholstery 011. 8. 17-92. Ankney Trailer Sale. QUALITY CARS 1947 Btudebaker
Aredlt. Health and Hollt.1 Inw.n. write F. W. .ech.nlral eondlUon S 1.00. 4 Door Sedan
.. and tall Oa.ArTION. 8e.rbrOIb No.1. ratings good tJ.. Job Used C.r. 142 TRAILER-20 ft. butane gas: A-l 1942 Studebaker
Come. 65. Help Wanted Male Or.aWldnon 81.150 2-347. 1941.Stndebakee 2 Door Sedaa
nn.wal a..Uabl U you can qualify. land sea and Ph.tel owned Con shape, and lot 57x140 including 46 BUICK SEDAN
FLYERS!-..Her I tact S. O. PL 1(37 4-door aedan housing toilet lavatory Sedan
wrt P. Q Box 1941. e Veteran training. Orlando Aviation. phone 8613 YMOCT building Roadmaster 1941 Studebaker Champion
SHOP and Garden-Orange OppruDt for the flyer who Country dub Winter Park 863 tween Bam. and S p.m. or \ mechanically 8395 R. shower, hot and cold running water Radio, heater This car like new. Studebaker Commander Sedaa
FRT; established wants go into business AUTO BODY man sheet metal worker. Ph Westmoreland after m. 'n\i S. Evans Truck and Bargain Lot, cor. Excellent site for small store, gas 1940
quantity of business large for himself in an air-minded city Best working condItion.Permanent I J Garland and Amelia 2-1023 station 82500 Old Apopka Road at *4< PACKARD CUPPER 1940 Studebaker 2 Door Sedan

ket; fronts flow.r.ready on new for Cross mar Fly gate over this to Eustts, Pa. and investi position and pay rlMBu.n. ''I 72. Autos & Trucks For Rent BCICKl14p..nlr only limosene 8795 PLYMOUTH 1940 4-door aedan Adams. V* mile north of City limits Fully equipped and almoat new 1940 Studebaker 4 Door Sedan (2

State Highway offering sale All Apply, Holler Chevrolet R. S. Evans Good condition throughout Wyman. at Edgewater and Par O)
rout, block metal grade Insured Truck and Bargain 1938 Studebaker 4 Door Sedan
concrt X. CAR-RENTAL
shop being enlarged, lnd tled un floor .4O50 hangar pump with eOlcre. Celta M. E. D Goldsmith. cars b IC.-HI.h season to corner Garland and Amelia. Lt. Penn Ave. Alt.mont. Phone 2-49. TRAILER-18 ft. sleeps 4. New .48 62 CADILLAC SEDAN 11937 Terraplane Sedan

derruad supplied I Inb welL cipal Airport I. that is Government ;ARCHITECTURAL responsible people Call 6159 36 W. BUICK 1937. fair running condition PACK.ARD-1942 clipper. Beatu model fin condition All convralences Hydramanc radio and beater, tone 11934 Terraplane Sedan
pressure: tractor Draftsman. Give SI.500 642 E Colonial Drive blue Almost, new Sedaa
"UOI approved Property includes I Ave New paint Job. new two toned green: new tl. 1942 Willya Amrrlcar
and ; yearly income S8.- Iot 1 full particulars first letter aa to L.lnltl fair u.bolte 827 W. Deluxe 2 Door Sedaa
&l .nra. .It S room furnished home Ityourself ry rubber. 2608 8 drive rdio. A. TRACTOR TRALER-24' van Fully 1940 Plymouth
000. cash 89000. assume Drop line education fPrlenre age sex. salary D VARNER U.DRI-I-Drln I dial 20024.BUICXi935. K.faonl equipped Long distance movlnc '48 M CADILLAC CLUB COUPE 1941 Ford Club Coupe
nr. a day I sedan.
84000 lor.. payable 11.0 and on .5. I.E. I dftlred BO 28 SSte.I low Inc.. 234 W. PLYMOU137_ 4-or condition Apply Texaco Gil Station. C S 441 Bydramatie. radio and heater. 1940 Dodge Sedan
Per o.e H.r Mo. D Varner U-Drive-It. coupe Very nice car Oo rubbr !leeUent .
loan & I AUTO Practically Door
Plerl Co. MECHANIC .new 1940 Chrysler 4
Eustis opening for I and old Apopka Highway
R..ltr. 2-3153
t Phone 3371 138 Pa Central Ave Phone M.1 me an offer 219 8. Forest 130. p.r DI.t I Buick Convertible Coupe
R..ltor. trained, mechanics See, 1947
Cle" System- phone 4948. I i LI.lnntn 'De Par.mor. An. WILL SELL my four sleeper Schultihou '
t Porda. Bam Collins or Central DRIV-CR-EL 42 1942 Buick 4
3 new red Business Catalog Carli FII for rent CHRYSLER 1 PLYMOUTH 1941 4-door e trailer 8550 1500 W Arllng-
FISHING Florida Mot Trucks 1946 Windsor 4-door .d.1 Hynramatic. radio heater 1941 Chrysler Sedan
3-2424. .ld cn
the CAPLk Appla. 01.of TJP- Ot.t.ndlnl hn'll. 72 paseg 32 or b, hour. day or week. R.un.blertr. .daD AU extras By owner 82395 !I, Motor in excellent condition Clean ton after 6PM.. J F Elland Like Mew 1947 Chevrolet Sedan
te-dat. b.t"Oulp ald Florida Sta. Cafes. Cabins. BUTCHER-Neat. ?r.t.1 Chrtitlaa We furnish everything but WII trade 435 E. Miller Ave I I, throughout. Will sell or trade for BRAND NEW Spartan Manor that 1946 Chevrolet Town Sedan

nine buildings II aU C.ntrl practically new sorts.0. Stations.Stores Hotel. *. T.nm.. Re man. G working. hours and (alary nr. 904 N. Orange Are Phone CHEVROLET 1931 coupe. real estate 550 Ivanhoe Plaza 6493. all aluminum trailer built to last 42 PACKARD CUPPER 1940 DeSoto Sedan
.ltblte business Reasonably prlcS. free Tell out phol. 105.BKPERn. 240MOLJ.N paint and tIres. Rack 0 PACKARD-1946 Clipper 4 door ae- a lifetime Equipped with everything Club coupe 1947 Mercury Town Sedan

l. & *.. Bowman A Brown M.ll When? Price us whit you ".nt thoroughly ex 'S U-DRIVE-IT. INC.-New can hauling ladders First 8195 this I dan Very low mileage A beautiful Special for this week only at 83145 Radio, beater, over-drive 1946 Mercury Club Coupe
Co R.lltr.. Phone 3371 Clermont. Wb.re ? Tem.? bookkeeping. I for rent Reasonable rates per day bargain 1121 E. Amelia lt.. I car R. 8. Evans. 60 W Central Ave Up to 30 months to pay Frank Reed 1940 Packard Club Coupe
Pord.. Cea tlmemon.J.t-t thr. our 41 year old Must be neat and efficient 40 hour week or month. Open til _" Phone 4321 Ask for Bartlett Trailer Sales 201 N. Orange Blossom '41 PACKARD T' SEDAN 1942 Plymouth Sedan

FRt STAND.-84000. Dept. .. 314 "k.Strout Realty week For office In Apopka. Pla. 900. 242 N. Orante 281.8TARLGAXNE.Dnl CHEVROL 13 4-or .Pan. Radio and : RESPONSE to government appeal A very nice low mileage car 1947 Pontiac Sedan

I. sG Grocery ator. reLaur.Dt PO Box 3583. Orlando Colona. Dr..j Write P O Box 372_Apopka. Pia. Washington; rn good. 88 1.I PNTAC-111.laS t.k. it Frank hetr. to Join In patriotic campaigning Economical to Own 1946 PontiaC Sedan Coupe

Dan 9.. Broker COLORED TIRE CHANGER Good 2-30. TraUer 201 H. Orange BlossomTrail to lower prices so aa to avoid a future 1947 Kit-Hamper Trailers
7111.OROCiity. 1.0. CT-LKS- Restaurant pa Experience necessary Goodyear JOTR'Rysi- Royal a.n S.I. recession aU home trailers new '42 Cl CADILLAC SEDANETTE 1947 Cabin Car Trailers
1 's. _ _
V. effective immediately 1947 Campbell Farm
bUlIl 300 Orange Ave P.. and used reduced 10% Radio, heater hydramatie
STORK with beer tc wine well equipped strategically 1a on money SOI N. Orange Ay. Phone Call 4263.CHRYSLER. PNTC-8'-131 4-door aedaa Frank Reed Trailer Sales 147 Bantam Traitors

In connectlou. tow rent with 4 year new Cross State Highway; ', I 7878. mi I I tire and motor. 201 N Orange Blossom TralL '42 NASH SEDAN 1947 Granite Trailers
was*. doing good butnesa. 855OO: "be business interests require hint ellder 2-or Sat noon through Sun. 310 N. Bum ". 1947 Chevrolet i'a Cab Ursula

easily .nte. ''p.k to 81..1. rir from rettaurant operations: ; DRAGLINE OPERATOR .d.1.r.dlo esc.lrDt .mrhanlral'. :I b,. phone 2-30. Ambassador < Like New 1947 Chevrolet IV, Ton Stats
Whitney Co 00 for all 73. Auto Service Cmbi 14 l. Pickup
I.U equipment; Orange Phone convertible coup 194
.'0 JI.t. BI... 3-3269 Ratr. rental 850 0 per mont A real op Only one experienced II loading 2-521. I PNAC-111. 939 18th SAWMILLWANTED 41 BUICK SPECIAL SEDAN 1947 OMC '4 Pickup
GROCERY portunity ope trucks need apply R Brosaler ALIGNMENT Free CHEVROLET-1941 Special Deluxe Clnd 8treL Radio heater a very nice Ford Pickup Truck
meat market, pump rator phone 6941, 1413. E. Central. l.prloa club Jim l'ONTIAC-l946. sedanette completely clean ear 1947
A Cumbie
Bowmll Brown Co. 904
new Prompt by n cu
fltun.. good .. Price. tors phoc 3371 Clermont la1. anics A rp.1 service r meh- V Or. e 2-4521. C.n. I equipped. Ph. 8286 after MAVY. MANY MORE
IS.? \.Zth to responsible' P rty. one.tp Q-I 830 pm. '41 62 CADILLAC SEDANltydrsmate.
Herman years N. Orange Windsor 4 door the
Pt.r Goodwin Inc. P1'NOr S."I. 30 CHRY5L111 radio and beater.A Most ears above have all
BPgkef. ,77 N. Orange dial 9855. DRIVERS WANTED-Only thon who AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE U.I. plaid .phol.t.r. PNTIC-I14S 4or aedan Like for to special
rene ... 8. Opportunity man realy nice ear extras radios heaters
SolencHd I thoroughly 60 W. .
familiar Central 10.
OARAGEGoing Tr.11 with Or I| ; prompt "" 1 I Phon ml. R etc
business with lulpmflO 10 meh.f. Evan W. traasmmtoM. excellent tires,
ntshed apartment for owner tur Spiegel and** fine to I.ld. streets .1 lual.J. Apply t lo .tok. p.rt. accessories and 432JAkforBartJm.CHEVROLET-_ 6 place sawmill in woods 41 PACKARD CUPPER
Price of $22 00 include mod Whitney Spiegel. Realty Co..I Mr. HoweU. I V.me Jnc. 234 W. Cea- -1947 club coupe Less PLYMOUTH-1934. 4-door sedan; A-I Sedan
era buildings, equipment .l.n.. Tel I'' R.lon. '0 Metcalf Bldg 3-3269 GENETR-TATER MAN Lease ]I tral: I than 10 miles Oiled -ID allowance condition. First S28S gets It. 1610 and lumber. Radio. Heater Overdrive OPEN SUNDAYS

half cash. George Painter with A,.her IF YOU KNOW restaurant .hp an te Everything 'I AUTO-BRAKE and wheel on clean late model car S. Bay St. Etisns Fla EVENINGS

ftr.geajtor. 70 t. Central: 34)786 ment. We have one of u laDale mont fuaa 23.LNoKpJRTRDIa I alignment. l"k.JOB Whel N & N Motor Sales 1011 N. Orange I Will by the M. These can sold with a 30-day AND
and Are pay
GROCERY BUSINESS-4Jo you want mo.rD prosperous 14et1n in Bob I balanced yon guarantee
ii.V 'a" murIel a' bargain I Count,. Being ed rl41 Prance & Son*. 1010 W. Church CHRYSLER 1941 Royal Brougbm. PLYMOUTH-138 aedaa Neat. Both

Located la well bus!, low priced because internted a I AUTO PAINTING and Body Work luP with radio, heater and front fender. Excellent motor Give price and capacity of We pay Cash for Used Can.j 6 BIO LOCATIONS

neighborhood and doing an dlnJp\ 8 Hampton 831 Broken N. Orange for further IBULS t10rm.Uol. OIL BCRNE INSTALLATION and W* guarantee cGDlet.atfacto. .. allna -middy" blue Drives Smith. .n h.nl.nice. 8225. .J. R mill IN ORLANDO

blnl OWI.r will sell stork fix- m.n Must b able to completely I, at re.onlbl pre.. flnlin. 11. put on 3.S

lur.IUlpl.Dt good will and store YOUR PURSE. 4 rental tour and .nic any type ida aut paint with el, Drive ald it for c. MCKELLAR. me."YOUR 101 W Central Ph. 5296
81495 3. 101 Central
.t Lease can 1.1 8Dt complete rol oil burning equipment. Salary com- onD Al Lively Auto Body han
b for long on reasonable more. OPA since mission and expense .p.rJm.tIJ 3OOQ N. Orange; 1. Ave Phone _ _ PLYMOUTH-1940 deluxe 4 door M WRITE BOX 322 S-STAR 110 W. Central Ph. 2-0490
t"r. Yearly bunlneu approximately Jan; 3 street Orlsnde Frigidalres 86004 a Apply An actual mile Has PACKARD DEALER" 4321
year hand BODY AND repairing and I CHEVROLET* coupe Perfect daa. 32.0 car 60 W, Central Ph.
8JO.000. See W. I. Hall with Harold I and range In Furnuhrd i writing giving references and fNDE I running Clean Inside been stored 3
IIh.l. | painting gladly .On.1 P.lt ORLANDO FLA.
Ph. 2-1023
Shepherd Realty Co. 20 X. WIt IS.0. 8 cfbalh. R.ltr. experience to P. 0 Bos 1483. Or- I Satisfaction guaranteed p. lnn me J I and out. IICt.-contUon It.t.r. Special 1595.J Very Very clean ColoD .i 342 M. Orange Ave Phone $147 457 N. Garland

e. lando. Florida. < 234 W. C.ntrl Ave Phone '- 8. 4 J. o.U" UT. 1239 E. Colonial Dn.

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Page 16, uht .&tnttntl-&tnf Orlando, Florida, May 11, 1947 I laid off in major plants during the steel, In which the auto industry
British Decision Steel Famine past week and shutdowns prob- was competing with scores of oth-
ably will have cost lost production er sheet steel users for the hIgh-
reported set to chop this by $315 of more than 20.000 cars and level
j output of the rolling mills.
USDA Budget million or more. Most of the expected Baptists Told of Vital trucks by next weekend. :i Little improvement Is expected
cut would be in benefit On Indians NearNEW Hits Auto Output : For an industry which virtually I until alter this year when new
payments. had cleared the hurdle of labor I mills get into operation.

Western Congressmen and Work Ahead for YouthsST. demands I i production and the was lack ready of steel for came full I I INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU IUY1
Slash HintedWASHINGTON DELHI rAP Britain's DETROIT UPI The auto industry II
others already are seeking Sen- competing with other met- \|as a stiff jolt. I ..0-IMSUII
long indecision on how to termin- One source predicted
restoration of huge cuts in manufacturers, May J"c.
rAP A cut of ate Interior Department funds voted LOUIS [AP] Robert S. Kerr, immediate past Governor ate her rule in Indiawhetherto 1 al-hungry in its stride last night becauseof faltered might be the worst production i OT J % CA
of Oklahoma, told Southern Baptists nearing the end surrender power to a United a growing shortage of sheet month of the year. J See Your
at least 33 1-3 per cent In the U. by the House. The shortage was blamed on the N.aw TwoaNat
convention last have "the India for bodies.
of their five-day night that they or a number of splinter I steel tight balance between
S. Agriculture Department budget With approximately 43 per cent most and most attractive for the Governments be Some 30,000 auto workers the supply I
important message youthof appeared to were j and demand for sheet and strip A HOME.TOWN TRANSACTION!
was reported in the making yesterday of the President's overall $37 1-2 the 20th century of any organization. on earth."_ .. I i near an end last night. i
In the House Appropriations ,
billion budget already handled 1 Kerr is a director 01 me Viceroy Lord Mountbatten an-
[ Committee. I the House Committee has trimmed r rrn Baptist Foundation_%_:5Outn-1 I nounced he had summoned representatives I
members from farm former president of th.
1 an estimated $
'Lost Colony'Fort of the Oklahoma |f :
States who reported the prospective -G iln its promised campaign to save Congress partY I
Baptist Conven- j
the Moslem Lea-
slash said they will make no 't$6 t
billion. tIon. I gue and the 1 1.y 1i Car and
all-out fight In the House to restore Democrats contend however "Southern'j S'JJhs to meet Truck
the funds In which they are that $800 million of the total reduction I Found? Baptists should hiiti a week from
interested relying instead upon to date -phony" sinceit use the knowl- I I yesterday to hearth
the Senate to do so. represents a cut in allotmentsfor I edge and technique l- I J British Gov-
President Truman's budget calls paying tax refunds which Congress WASHINGTON TAP! -Government of the mod- I el ment'a plan .
for approximately $944 million has no control.In i ern world to f()f' transferring ,
archeologists excavating on '
for the Agriculture Departmentfor more effectively poyer to Indian SERVICE
1939 Britain was the world's historic Roanoke Island said last I
the fiscal year starting July 1. carry their mes- ha&ds in prepar- .
The Appropriations Committee is leading exporter of livestock. night they have uncovered evidence ]!sage to countless atiAn for full in- j
-- --I: of an' ancient fort which |millions of mod- I' de I cadence next i I It
I I ,
r..Q i.iTi.S DING.- MEN. EARN I may have housed the Ill-starred |ern may never youth otherwise who- t ar----- atESTABLISHED ..
"Lost Colony" of North Carolina. i receive n," He also asked Mountbatten I
: Kerr representatives of India's princely
They also found a charcoal pit Kerr said, "butI I
SINCE 1920 $5000 and YearOur I said, have been.j I States to meet him later on
: up per which they may fear we are permitting the fast- '
of the last acts of the same day. PRICESSet
1 prepared as one
of this
: Innerspring moving pace modem world I i
the colonists before they disap- t At the time. Llaqnat All '
tested and proven building I J same
to deprive youth of their greatest
: SpringsHollywood I maintenance products are in great I peared. Khan, general setcretary of
: Beds ; I demand. We need salesmen to The excavation Is under way at need-the Bible. I( Moslem League said the league By the Chevrolet and Oldsmobile Factories
W* llCBOvatt All Typti .( Bcddtac 'handle our increasing business. the Fort Raleigh National HIs- "In whatever time man has would resist any attempt by the
0 Pkk- p. and Delivery Scrvlc A.y, Your Income has no ceiling. $5,000 toric site, not far from Kitty inhabited the earth he has made ,,, British to transfer power to the NO GUESS WORKBE
where !. O.UU Florida I and up Is easy for salesmen inter- Hawk. N. C.. where the Wribht present interim Government as .
: ECHOLS BEDDING CO. ested In building a permanent I brothers gave aviation its start. amazing progress in logic, liter- 1.I it now stands because that
: OB Saiford Wry Jut a.aUt .r e lifetime buisness. We have men J. C. Harrington. National Park ature, history, philosophy and would "mean rule by the Hindu SURE
the I'Bderpai: ,r earning $20,000 a year and more.Don"t I Service archeologist directing the science. But man's nature hag Congre."
Pho. Winter Park U-W i work. said three exploratory I I
Box Or".'.. Fla. delay. Write today to D-P t not changed."He The Viceroy's call came as fresh
......P.....O...........117............................: Box 39%, Dallas I, Texas. I'trenches have disclosed; the profile outbreaks of Communal violence BE SAFE
'of a ditch or moat 10 feet wide cannot have a Christian
I and 5'/i feet deep, which has been I citizenship without the teaching !'i occurred in Junjab Province. British -
filled by erosion of a fort parapet, 'I and Indian troops were called
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS! explaining: "of the Bible. There connot fail to .'out to combat rioting which resulted Night Truck Service Open 8 a.m. Monday to 6 p.m. Saturday
be a Christian Citizenship where in 12 killed and 13 injured.
"The depth and character of the Bible is taught. I i. >
7 S
the fill Indicate that the fort Is
WE HAVE THE MATERIALSPlaster of great age, in contrast to the I "We must realize the necessity Furnaces Swallow j OLDSMOBILE S S CHEVROLET
remains of Civil War forts of of teaching the Bible to our youth. i
earthen construction elsewhereon And 1re must realize that these 1 I Iron Hindenburg'BERLIN
Screen Doors Roanoke'lsland. I F/0&
children are of this generationand I j.I API] The huge "Iron -"i
Finish LimeCommon Kitchen Cabinets "Near the bottom of the moat not of the days past and gone. Hindenburg heroic-size wooden .
in one of the trenches, a large statue of the late German field :
Brick China Cabinets fragment ofjiand-made brick anda "The greatest fields for our I I I marshal and president, Paul von "
large piece of strap iron were in homes has been
Finish Brick 24"x24" Double Hung Windows endeavors are our own Hindenburg split up
found bringing to mind the fact and Sunday School classes and and fed into the furnaces of
Mortar Mix Sheeting that when Gov. John White of the to the extent that we succeed in shivering Berliners during the cold CHEVROLET
'Lost Colony returned to the fort these fields we will succeed be- I wave. j COMPANY
Cement C"x8N SidingJ"x4" in 1591 and found that the' yond them. The "Iron Hindenberg" was I
cojonlsts had disappeared.he discovered I built during the first World War WE SELL WE SERVE WE SATISFYUse
Steel Sash ,. Flooring "We live in the of our
; iron and other heavy objects presence I to raise funds for the Kaiser's
Awning Type Windows gf 3" Oak Flooring strewn about in great pro- unfinished convention tasks"The approved ,a ,army Berliners were allowed to ;j Our Convenient Budget Plan
fusion.; pound iron silver or gold nails:
Gum and Fir Plywood Devoe Outside White Paint In furtherance of charter rights i resolution condemning the motion into the statue depending on the 115 W. Central Ave. Tel. 2-4441
from Queen Elizabeth to Sir WaIter I picture industry for "glamorizing I size of their contribution. More I
j loose morals by exploiting for its
Weldtex Plywood Inside Paint Raleigh Sir Richard Greenville than 1.500.000 nails were driven
established a colony of 108 : own profits the baser tendenciesin into the statue. 1 j jI
Mahogany Flush Doors Water Resistant Spar Varnish persons on the island In 1585. human nature through scenes
I depicting drunkeness divorce, I
Gum Flush Doors Lawn Mowers The group returned to Eng- gambling vice and general im
land with Sir Francis Drake InFOUND "
Colonial Doors and. Frame Leaf Rakes morality. \
I The convention will close today.
Lock Set. InsldD Garden Hose

Lock'Sets, Outside Metal Louvers 1588. Members of a second
party of 15, left at Roanoke Island -
r Tubular Glass Knobs T Metal Shingles the same year apparently ll "
A Plae to flays Toot x
I Refrigerator Fixed! were killed by the Indians. A&i
[, Prompt-EUiCient-Reasonable John White's colony arrived in
I Domestic GUS MADDENS'-Commercial 1587. and in August of that year -r!

THOMAS LUMBER CO. I I RefrUerarfoa Z2J FOGS Magnolia AveaaDON'T Serrle* Virginia white native Dare of was the born New, the World.first ( atyour service ,. .

PHONE GUS FONE 7726 White went to England for sup- -
Gore AT. & Railroad TeL 4107 I "Backed by ZI Tears ExpcrteM plies. When he returned, all of the 0r
p colonists had disappeared.


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to taking inventory and with a desire to reduce stock,

Cox-O'Neal affords you a most unusual opportunity to purchase much of

their stock at greatly reduced prices: Many items have been reduced as

much as 25-50%, and a few are listed below:

4 Each ItemFormed f L tYou're

Was It Now Is r J O T

1 Stick Reed, Settee and two Chairs-3 pcs ..,...._.._..___.___........ 379.50 225.00 .

6 Stick Reed, Settee and two Chairs-3 pcs. __.___.. _.._._ 225.00 149.00

2 Stick Re'ed,3 pc. Sectional Sofas __...__.._._......___._.._._....__._ 219.50 125.00 .
1 Painted Wood Glider Set-3 pcs. _.___.____._ __ _.. 74.50 39.00 -

4 6 Wrought Iron, Glass Top, Dinettes-5 pcs ........_..__..........__..___._ 89.75 69.00
ready to cook! And fast
r 9 Folding Beach Chairs, Green Sail Cloth .._______._.._._.. 8.95 3.50 as as magic,

i 5 Senrettes, foldaway bars, 3 colors ._..___.___._..___.._.__ 7.95 3.95 a clean, hot flame dances under your kettle!

2 Pickaninny Hitching Posts, Cast Aluminum _________ 150.00 99.00

r 3 Five piece Blond Maple Bedroom Groups with full size bed .__.... 395.00 250.00 / Hot water? Just turn it onit's there! (

4 Six piece Blond Maple Bedroom Groups with twin beds ___.__,_.. 445.00 295.00 .... .'

3 Sets Innerspring Matt. & Box Springs, full size _.__.___. 89.00 69.00 : Your gas refrigerator runs as quietly as a i:

5 Sets Innerspring Matt. & Box Springs, twin size _.._______...:. 99.00 79.00 .. little blue flame burns! .- .

5 Sofa Beds, choice of coyer _._________________.__ 98.00 59.00 ,

1 Child's Maple Wardrobe ._______.____ .......:.._.__... 45.00 25.00 When the wind blows from the north, city

2 Occasional Chairs, Wine Tapestry 44.50 29.00

1 Three Section Lawson Sofa, Rose Tapestry ..... .....,,.,._-.:. 285.00 175.00 gas is right there to quickly and thoroughly. \',_ ,

3 English Lounge Sofas, good fabrics ._____._.M..______. .... 275.00 235.00 01).':
home like breeze from the south!
I. warm
your a .
2 Lounge Chairs and Ottoman, Rose figured ....._... ._., 79.50 49.00 .

2 Button Back Chairs, Lipstick Red Tapestry 159.50 99.00 When you're hot in summer the same city .
2 Modern Club Chairs, Green .____.__..__.___._._.__ 189.50 99.00

4 Modern Plastic Console Tables ____. .-... .:i 45.00 15.00 gas operated air-conditioner that warmed you "

5 9 Foot Hall Runners ---_.__._._.__________ 'J 12.95 9.00 .

All Mahogany Matching Lamp, End and Coffee Tables __ 24.50 15.00 in winter will cool you! ,

Early American Sofa ....... ......;.....______ 215.00 149.00 > There
is no service like gas! And we are
Early American Love Seat ._____. ... 210.00 175.00

t t. Early American Wing Chairs _.__................. ..... ,.,...,,... ,,,_ 165.00 125.00 doing everything possible, in these days of : *

I Early American Lounge Chairs _---_ 110.00 79.00

shortages, to extend and continually improve: .
k Large selection of table and boudoir lamps 20% to 35% off. ::

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., everyone. j:;

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Conferences and conventions :
are serious vital things. KITTY : "That man with the horn" certainly -

MAGRUDER and DOT KT.T.T3 caused many a heart to
will tell you and one night of the
;.:. .1t: flutter this past weekend. HarrJ'James
junior League conference in Coronado -
Calif.. It was after mid- n x *'L and Gainesvi le's Spring

night when they finally woundup s rn, { # Frolics were a success in every

one session of work. They got way and that statement will be
home Tuesday completely bushed.
verified by all the FSCW attendants
But they will both agree that they
v wouldn't have missed the contacts I : as well as the other college j I

and associations: for anything in representatives.
*the world and they returned full o o o

'of ideas gleaned from discussions The groups were. divided In

.at the conference. The theme of order that on both Friday
the meeting was designed to pro-
and Saturday nights there
mote ways and means of furthering -
the leagues program for community would be an equal number attending -

welfare But fun fol- nKY, i, II the dances. As It turned
lowed all the serious part of the
out there was plenty of room because -
:trip for as soon as the conference
,came to a close Kitty and Dot there were many people
took the plane for Los Angeles seeking autographs and marvel-

.where they spent three eventful ing at the antics of the orches-

4 days of sight-seeing, dining in all rT, t : tra. The gymnasium was decorated ,
the well known eating spots [Including 6
I Romanoff's. Giro's, the in orange and blue crepe paper

Ambassador the Bar of Music]; and lighted by yellow flood lights.It .

they went to a perfectly wonder- wrtiiis seems as If everyone you hadn't

ful Bob Hope broadcast and also seen for ages was there. For who
A.to a Screen Guild broadcast which should pop up from nowhere but
featured John Hodiak They ::? ;, : JOLIE WHEELER (who was
also saw some former Orlandoans. ) down from Wesleyan] and JIMMY
including TONY [ROBERTSON! .: ;+% ,+ni ;; C MILLIGAN. also DONNA CLAIRE

MANDELIK. Tony and her husband .. .> '4' ecY>yy.' ':. ... e.. EVANS and BILLY BEARDALL.VIRGINIA .
writer LUCIEN MANDELIK. ALLEN whirled by and
had them to dinner one "':> 't; as the minutes elapsed all the
,night at their home in Beverly ,
Orlandoans felt very much at
'Hills VILMA EBSEN DOLAN ; :,.<., home. Virginia who was down
took them all' over the Paramountlot ;: ;Iri : from ,the University of Georgia
and when they lunched at the was met by her parents. MR. AND
commissary they taw such well MRS. GEpRGE ALLEN on Sun-
known figures as ALAN LADD. day.
, and even CECIL B. DE MILLE. ::0< :,' Speaking of the Aliens the best
- They went to the Tom Brenna- y$ .AGv
surprise of all was seeing HAPPY
man mow Breakfast in Holly- 1't.4w ; ALLEN and FRANCES BETHEA.
wood And they visited the 7 who came all the way from Duketo
famous Farmers' Market. It was ,, .' ; festivities.
+* -:: : join in the HappYsdate
,, ; r
all they could do to tear them- : was GRADY COOKSEY and
selves away from the Bob Hope Frances', VAUGHAN FREEMAN.The .
rehearsal broadcast for it went on 7n MY1l KA's afforded a place of reunion -
and on [nearer and nearer plane for Happy and all her
time], and believe it or not they friends. Sunday the LINTON AL
had to walk out on Frank Sinatra! # L M' LEN'S drove the girls over to
Racing back to the hotel they Jacksonville where they boardedthe
threw things Into bags met the train for Durham.o .
airlines limousine with Just 10 aY\ o o

minutes to spare. Saturday was a day of picnic

When Dot left the hotel to attend ing for almost everyone Rain*
the Brennaman broadcast bow Springs. Silver Springs and
Monday morning she wore a tricky all the rest provided much fun .
little hat back of her flattering and suntan. There were also cos-
pompadour hair-do and when tume parties at the various frat
she got home in Orlando Tuesday houses. SIS McCOY and JIMMY

night it was the first momentshe'd ,..,... --- -_......._ _.___....---- ......'- '-' _-". 1 MERNER looked- five- y e are
had to take off her hat! at the Sigma Chi "kid"party.
000 THE HAPPY GROUP ABOVE, shown in the garden of the homeof Ann, Kelly Lee and David Radford Mitchell. Their sister, eight- I -[Our 0n Staff Photo: McCollum younger. Sis wore a red checked cotton -

Last Summer when It seemed Dr. and Mrs. William S. Mitchell on Daniel St., pictures year-old Goy, was ill with measles when this Mother's Day in town, and in addition to her,home duties she also finds time with a white pinafore. Tha
as tho half of Orlando had I Phi Delt house turned into a den
up to Waloon Lake. Mich. several Mrs. Mitchell and four of their five children. The young photograph was taken. The Mitchell triplets will celebrate I to devote interest to the alumnae chapter of Alpha Chi Omega, l full of gold pirates. PEGGY I

made the Thomas Hotel their gentleman on the right is 12-year-old William Jr., better knownas their first birthday July 4. In the cart behind the triplets Sally, I. the Orlando Day Nursery Assn., and the newly organized GATEWOOD and JIMMY CAMP

h dquart rs. MRS. WALTER the Setter, poses in her most dignified Mother's Day mood. I auxiliary to the Orange County Medical Assn. of which she I BO PEEP SHELL and FREDDY

M home ESSINGTON.there received who has a a Summer clipping Billy, a devoted and proud older brother to the triplets, Julia Needless to say, ,Mrs. Mitchell is one of the busiest mothers' is a charter member. tTTTT.WARD., and ANNE SALLY ALLEN wnnnJRV and VAN

last week telling of the fire which and SONNY VOORHIS were-iii

burned ground.the 000 Thomas Hotel to the Miss ,Sanborn, Miss Law Haines City Garden Club Air Reserve Assn. Entertains barely cinating recognizable appareL The in entire their three fas-

days were packed full of fun and I
One of the nicest birthday pres- frivolity. It was a wonderful cU.For
ents JIM PnTMAN got the other Become Brides in Ceremony Girl Plans Final Meeting Gen. Walton and max to the close of the year.
da 1 w as a very "_'UUUU4un"loafer" __._..._..,_ r Staff o o o : _
chair The next time In an impressive double wedding graduated from Orlando Senior Other: eelebri:: tl es ha ve b eon: : vts-
he tries to lift himself out of it ceremony Saturday at the First High School served for four years June Nuptials Set FridayOrlando Members of the William Ter- Walton; also Col. Ray A. Dunn northern Florida. JAN
Col. and Mrs. W. W. I
hune Chapter of the Air Reserve Millard. Col.
tho he'll be careful how he releases with the Army Air Forces and is PEERCE. Metropolitanflag Opera star
the gadget which, lifts the Baptist Church of 'Winter' Park. now a staff photographer with the Mr. and Mrs. John R. Wads- Garden Club will. meet Assn. were hosts last evening and Mrs. Courtland S. Johnson. tenor appeared as the Artist

chair For In doing so the Miss Jeanette Sanborn' daughterof Orlando Sentinel-Star. worth of Haines City announce Friday at 3 p.m. at the Garden when they entertained with a Col. and Mrs. Edmund Gaines Series attraction on a program
Col. and Mrs. R. A. Rollison.
other evening he practically severed Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Sanborn of Mr. Sanborn. graduate of the 'the engagement of their daughter Center for its last afternoon pro- cocktail party In the main loungeof Col. and Mrs. Robert L. Scott torium.Monday night in Westcott audi

one a quick of his trip fingers to ,the necessitating doctor- Winter Park became the,bride of Winter Park High School also Eloise to Kenneth J. Kvamme. gram meeting'of the season. the Officers Club preceding Col. and Mrs. Leo F. Dusard Col. o n n'

About a fourth of his finger Walter C. [Jack] McCollum Jr.. served with the Army Air Forces son of 'Mr. and Mrs. J. L Park Lake Circle of which Mrs. I the formal Saturday night dance and Mrs. T. R. Hornaday Col. The sopohomore class held elec-
and is
now a mail carrier at the at the Officers Club.
Warren H.
Higgins Col. Mrs.
was hanging by a few shreds, but son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mc- of Wadena Minn. The tions last week and nominations
Winter Park Post Office. His brideis Kvamme J. A. Lane,is chairman will serveas I The affair was in honor of Early E. W. Duncan. Lt. Col. and
It made from the floor. One
was back and were
nicely .sewn. Jim is a bachelor healing for Collum of this city and Miss San- also a graduate of the Winter wedding will take place at the hostess with Mrs. W. W. Baker Brig. Gen. Leo A. Walton and Mrs. Edwin Carey Jr., Lt. Col. of the new senators. SIS McCOY.

the weekend for yesterday JEAN born'a 'brother. Sumner M. San- Park Schools and has been em- First Methodist Church in Haines speaking on "Corsage Making." members of his staff. With Gen. and Mrs. James Holt Jr.. Maj. I is recognized as one of the most

and JOEY (who did the driving born took as his bride Miss Mary ployed by the Southern Bell Telephone City June' 8. Four members of the hostess I Walton the 'list of special guests Gilbert A. Pederson and Capt. outstanding girls in the fresh-
,Co. included his daughter Miss Peggy Stan Smith. Gen. Walton's aide.
together with MARY man class. One of her most reSociety -
BRANHAM. Helen Law daughter of Mrs. circle
Miss Wadsworth Is a lifetime will make breakfast table
MARY MOSS and the latter'smother. cent duties was planning a tea
MRS. MARGARET Winifred Law of Winter Park also. resident of Haines.City and was arrangements which will be judged -' at which the second and third

GIVENS went up to North Caro The Rev. Raymond P. Inger- Dr. Branscomb graduated from the Haines City after which the award will be Rosalind Club I Elects quarter freshmen were entertained. -

lina. They'll be back the first*of soll. minister of the church performed I High School. She recently presented the Circle having received ed. Punch and cookies were served
the week. I graduated with honors from the the most blue ribbons for in the Rowena Longmire room.
the double In
000 the church setting ceremony of arrange- PresentingBook I Jackson: Memorial Hospital the year. Bridge TeaThursday Miss V er d In I Other class distinctions were given

MORE people are planning Interesting ments of Spring flowers with School of Nursing In Miami. The Also Included on the program when JO ANN CLOUD was elect-

trips When MRS. white gladioli predominating ReviewDr. I last six months of her nursing will be a five-minute talk on "Per- ed secretary of Sopohomore Council -
I education were spent at the Harriet President and BARBARA JEAN MORGAN
FETTUS LEE goes up to Alabamafor palms and fern forming the back- tinent Horticultural Information"
a visit shortly she plans to John W." Lane Home for crippled chil- which will be given by Mrs. A. N. chaplain.
ground. The of Branscomb, min-
program organ ,
The weekly bridge tea at the Election of 000
head for the North and will i dren at the Johns Hopkins Hospital Goodwin. Sylvia Verdin of
on to Canada FONTAINE go music Weimer.was church rendered organist.by Mrs. W. E. ister of the First Methodist in Baltimore Md. Miss Mary Compton. who servedas ,Rosalind Club will be held Thurs Mexico City as president of the Coming and going are both welcome
WINSTON win. leave for Church will review the Miracleof Mr. Kvamme is a graduate of phases as long as it's some-
Chatta- Miss Sanborn wore a blue suit, I general chairman for the recent day afternoon with bridge at 3 Rollins Scientific Society was an- CHARLETON
like MRS.
nooga the first of June to visit the Bells a popular novel by ,the Wadena High School. He was Florida Federation of Garden one
LOUISE with white straw hat from which pjn., and tea guests invited for nounced yesterday MORGAN who is coming. EMILY
(PEMBERTON discharged from the Signal
and fell a brown, veil. Her accessorieswere Russell Janney on Tuesday after- Army Clubs Convention held here will
: Others elected were Armando GAHR and MARY FINLEY were
GUERRY JR.. before going Corps with- the rank of captain
to Virginia Medical Center at brown and white and she noon at the weekly meeting of after four and one-half years of give a. report George of A.the Clapham convention.Mrs. hospitality 4:30.Mrs.. A. R. Bogue Is chairman of Ortiz, Puerto Rico, vice-president, ; the two who were fortunate In
of and white
wore a corsage pink going home Mary will return
Richmond to receive her nurse's carnations.Her Sorosis.In service 15 months of which were chairman and her com- the hospitality committee. Harriet Kirby Decatur Ill, recording again this weekend.

.diploma.JOHN R. WINSTON Her mother.will also MRS.be attendant Mrs. Lois San- presenting his review Dr. spent action.In After the his Pacific discharge theater he of I'mittee will be In charge of the refreshments Other committee members include secretary: Janet Ott o o n

there for that event for she and born chose a gray suit,,and yellow; Branscomb will discuss his personal to work. with the North-returned for the social hour Mrs. Howard. Wheeler vice- Tonawanda N. Y., corresponding A new language has been heard

ROSALIE OARRETT are driving flower hat and yellow accessories. opinion of the book and the western Bell Telephone Co. which will follow the meeting. I chairman and the Mmes. Ran- secretary, and Bernard. Friedaround the campus and it's nothing -
up the first week in June. Rosalie A corsage of white carnations conclusions less than Norwegian. The
derived reading land Maitland treasurer.Dr. .
will go on up to Hill School to completed her costume. Charles upon dolph Robinson. Haldane Huckel. reason is the production of a new
see GEORGE JR. graduate O. Williams acted as best man for it.A quotation from The. Book Miss Steed Miss Riddle, i Martin Andersen Merle McEroy Paul Vestal professor of !! play I Remember Mama BETTY
biology is advisor to the SHIRLEY win be
Meanwhile CABBIE CAIN for- Mr. McCollum. society. seen as Dag-
a Week states "If LeRoy B. Giles. Thomas Brodwa-
mer Orlandoan now of Dowagiac. Miss Law chose for her weddinga : you are a reader mar one of the leads. This play (is
who responds to a good sentimental Mr. Cucuel L. B. Fred
ter. McLeod. Mathers.
current Broadway hit.
Mich. plans to attend a wedding white afternoon dress a small ComplimentedSaturday a
in Philadelphia and will goon to white straw hat with feather trimming glow and a very human story John Branscomb. L. M. Robertson. Mrs. Schwartz Duke news tells us that MADGE

Richmond for a reunion with and white accessories. She which Is at once ingenuously appealing Honor Guests George Sipple and Miss Beauclaire SLAUGHTER has been appointed
Nell. Cabbie will be the houseguest wore a corsage of red rosebuds. and told with obvious joY'on Robinson. on IM Social Standards CommIt-
of NITA SELDEN. likewisea Her sister and attendant. Miss the part of the authorthisbook Mr. ,Reaves tee. This is composed of student
will certainly hold Mr. and Mrs;'John Cavezzi were
you"Mrs. and faculty members who
resident of Orlando. Barbara Law was attired in a : One of the most beautiful
000 I Charles Goodman is liter hosts' Saturday when they entertaIned i formulate the social standards of
When MR. and MRS.. RUSSELL : light white blue printed hat afternoon and dress ature chairman and Mrs. W. M. parties of the early Summer at their homes on fi. Sum-I BPWC PlansInstallation Married Here the college.
picture accessories I Lane is chairman of the day. season was the tea Saturday afternoon merlin St. In honor of Miss Shirley fin nTh
CARLIN leave here next weekend with a corsage of gardenias. Win- Door hostesses will be Mrs. for Miss Katherine Steed, Riddle, and her fiance Bruce CU- I e First Presbyterian Church Since Sunday is Mother's Day
they plan to go first to New fred Medin! of Greensboro. N. C.
Orleans then head North to visit I acted as best man for Mr. San James Pittman and Mrs.Raymond bride-elect, when Mrs. Norman cuel. :I was the scene of the wedding recand only a few of us will be able
Reynolds. Guest tickets will be in Miss Riddle and Mr Cucuel will i to come home I am sure that I
Lillian's family in New York for Wood Mrs. Francis Igou and Mrs. Mrs. en t'h en Mrs. Frances Still
Ruth of
a Dupuy Tampa,
'I born.Mrs. charge of Mrs. Andrew Townes be married the early part of next speak for everyone in hoping that
while. They then will tour the Sanborn wore two- Phillip Igou entertained. of the Florida Federa- I
an aqua and Mrs. Hugh month- president Schwartz daughter of Mr. and the very best of Mothers will have
New England States and later Nordberg. Mrs. The affair was held at Mrs. I ,
will piece dress with brown and white tion of Business and ProfessionalWomen's '
go to GaUinburg. Teruu where accessories and a corsage of white W. R. Boone will be in charge of Wood's home on Lakeside Dr- In With the honor guests were Included I l Clubs will install the Mrs. W. W. Still of KSUarney. Fla, the very best Mother's Day!IISenior !
flower arrangements. Mr and Mrs. D. D. Riddle. married to I
they'll spend se'eralII'eea., Merritt Park. was George Herbert.
carnations while Mrs. Law was I newly elected officers of the Orlando I'
here in the latter part of attired in a blue afternoon dress. Tea will be served following the Miss Steed's engagement to J. Mrs; E. D. Parslow Mr. and Mrs. club tomorrow at 7 pjn. at Reaves son of Mr. and Mrs. R.

October or early November. white accessories and had a corsage I program with the Mmes. J. M. H. Platt Jr.. of Winnetka Ill.. Earle Q. Tyler. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. the Chamber of Commerce Bldg. Reaves of Winter Garden. P'I High ''I j<:
o o o iPedrick, Jack Stewart J. Irwin was announced two weeks ago by Riddle Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. James I
The most glamorous and extensive of white gardenias. Mrs. Lyle 3d.W.T. Chennell. and Oliver her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. J: Canfield. and the Misses Flora The officers to be Installed are I Dr. Marshall C. Dendy P TA
McCollum also '
trip Is being planned by the afternoon wore a light blue Joe Bailey as hostesses. Steed. The wedding will ake place Harris. Betty Dyer. Betty Copps. Mrs. Esther M. Phillips president lof the church performed the Final.
ROBERT TYRES. For months dress with a corsage of I I, Sorosis Council will entertain June 21. and Mrs. Rachel Hacriss Reed : Miss Charlotte Robinson, ceremony in the presence of a I
they have been working on reser- accessories.Following gardenias. and had white 'with a tea tomorrow from 4 to 6 John Twachtman and Ted Bald first vice-president; Mrs. Isabel small group of friends and Set
vations and passage and now all I 1'pm. at the clubhouse honoring win. Marcus second vice-president; tives of the.couple.Following Meeting
the ceremony Mr. and ':Orlando High School Two-Year-Old Mrs. Dorothea Wilson recording I the ceremony the cou t
Mis set. and the latter part of next Mrs. McCollum senior girls. ninth grade
left '
month they will drive out to tour on a short i I secretary; Mrs. Kathleen Gandee. pIe left.ffiSSSy to Vir- I students Vcte Memorial
wedding trip in the State and
the Northwest going to Denver. returning will reside in Orlando 6n 'Frances Roberts Feted Junior League corresponding secretary; Miss Em- i1n1a. will reside i!P'.ne Castle and Union Park
Party Honoree ma B. Wilson treasurer, and Mrs. in Killarney
Yellowstone Boulder Dam Bamff I
I until their new home In Winter Luncheon schools are invited to the Senior
and Lake Louise and then on to 'Park is completed. After a wedding At YesterdayMrs. I Set I I Eleanor Pee IT. auditor. '. \High School auditorium tomorrowsecretaries

San Francisco. They'll sail from trip in the State also. Mr. Pettus Lee 'entertaineda SaturdayMrs. Meeting Will Hear I iat 8 pjn when the Senior High

that port on August 8 aboard a and Mrs. Sanborn will reside on'' group of the Junior High School'I Junior League of Orlando will I Two Couples Sharing I II Dr. n. ::11 C E wan Monday '!Parent Teachers Assn. holds Its
boat for
Honolulu Holt Ave. Winter Park. I set yesterday at luncheon at her I : J. E. Corinl was hostessresterdaywhen hold its May meeting Wednesdayat I Honors at Open HouseMrs. I final meeting of the school year.
tions They have secured reserva- Mrs. McCollum graduated from I home in Lancaster Park honoring she, entertainedwith 10 am at Sorosis House. 103 I Dr. Duncan > Ewan. attending | Election and installation of of-
at the famous Royal Hawaiian Winter Park High School and has : Frances Roberts daughter of Mr. I a party honoring her daughter. -' Liberty St. I Bert Humphries and Mrs. surgeon on the staff of the Or- .fleers will be held
have Hotel 16 and all. in all they'll been employed by the Gulf Life I and Mrs. A. W. Roberts Carol Jean on her second AH members are urged to attend Cecil Davis are holding open ange Memorial Hospital 'will be I Mrs. Wayne Cooper will speak
When they days return in Honolulu Insurance Co. Mr. McCollum I The honor guest recently cele birthday.The this meeting as Mrs. Clar- house today from 3 to 5 pan. at guest speaker at the regular on the safety program at the
Sept. to the States brated her 15th birthday. She is affair was held at Mrs.' ence C. Magruder president and I the former's home. 705 East Amelia monthly dinner and business "schooL Mrs. Julian Campbell will
Los Angeles they'll where drive on down to I I a member of the graduating classof Corini's home on E. Central Ave. Mrs. William N. Ellis 1946-47 Ave. meeting of Secretaries Interna- \I present the Boys' Glee Club sing-
JESS and ALINE they will for see the R. U. HALEYS.who were called Cherokee Junior High. Included and she was assisted by her president will give reports on the The affair Is in honor of Lt. tlon which will be held tomorrow ing two numbers. Sing Me .
SIGSBEE to Knoxville last Saturday before with her were Carol and Carolyn -' mother. Mrs. R. H. Col. and Mrs. Bert at 7 in of the
merly of Orlando Thence Moody and annual conference of the Associations Humphries p.m. one private Chanty with a Yea Heave Ho
home the Southern on last due to the serious illness I Langston. Patsy Peter Caroli Mrs. Charles Wadsworth. of Junior League of America who. with their two children, are dining'rooms of the Ft.. Gatlin \and The Hiking Song. The Mixed
they won't leave out route Mexico and if I of their,daughter. BOBBIE a student -I.i'I I Clark. Ann Holbrook Jean Daley Included with Carol Jean were which they attended'recently in I.I,here from Wright Field for a visit. :Hotel... Chorus will sing Tradi Neeka and
at the
University of Tennei and Katherine '
there's time for visit Rowe. Judy Groover. Donna Doris. Dale Coronado. Calif.Mrs. The open house is also in honorof Dr. McEwan.. who is a graduate 'One World.
a .
i i that tho her condition is still The
O O Ov I I I critical she has : luncheon table was graced Brown. Michael and Steven Litle-' Magruder and Mrs. Ellis Mr. and Mrs. George Smedley ,of Cornell University will speak Refreshments win be served! In
Word has been received from I I I of improvement.shown slight signs I'gladioli with a and center piece of yellow j, field Joy Alexander and Sharon 1' served U delegates from the Orlando i'I returned missionaries from.ParalNaJa on the subject, Socialized Medi-I the dining room. Mrs John: For4f'ClCfi.
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In Nubtial Mass at ChlrchL .: : -

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today by Mr. and Mrs. John Se- .l\ ;

graves of this city of the marriage :

of their daughter Mary Jane, to : SUMMER SUITS

John J. Mizenko AMMF 3-C Y i1

USN son of Mr. and Mrs. John ..d 7 '
\ Mizenko of Schenectady. N. Y.. JhyiC
which was solemnized Saturday ; '
morning at a nuptial mass at the : : .'. .
Catholic Church. : .". st. James : ; :
Msgr. John Bishop officiated at :. ,,:,(. : '. .
the ceremony. The church was '
decorated with arrangements of n Y"a : : :'.L _
white gladioli, the altar being .
banked 4kh palms and greenery. .. '
The bride wore a 15ht blue afternoon -

drape effect dress with, which pink featured flower hat a ftJf "'1 :-::::: ; :t ax
velL Her
from which fell a pink ,1
i corsage was of pink] carnations.Her
attendant, Mrs. Thomas : .
Carroll of Gainesville, chose a
pale pink: afternoon dress a hat
of pastel flowers, with a corsageof
talisman roses. MRS. JOHN J. MIZENKO I n a
R. T. White ARM 2-C, USN .. wed SaturdayAuxiliary I L GJtLt
acted as best man for the brideI1'OODL .
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The bride's mother was attired 1 .
In a gray afternoon dress, and -:' ', .
wore a corsage of yellow roses.
., .
the ;. / /
the '
bride's Following parents entertained ceremony witha ObservingAnniversary ..... .ot'' .:.. '" ... .:\!;'.. .-"..;..C';' !
reception at their home 303 N. ,'.0 '
Tampa Ave., where the bride's ; :

wedding table was cake.centered Assisting with Mrs.a tiered Se- The Woman's Auxiliary of the ....... I. ,;-: .

graves was the bride's aunt. Mrs.E. Park: Lane Presbyterian Church : "
B. WoJtunlk.: will hold its 25th anniversary :\, :
The couple left on a wedding auxiliary birthday party at 3 p.m. i f' : : i 14 1\\
,,, trip to Daytona Beach and on tomorrow at the church. ... ;:
returning will reside In Eau Gallic. The program Brothers or .:
Mr. Mizenko is presently assignedto Bombs will be presented by Mrs. .
the Banana River Naval Air I Ada Mier. The offering following .
Station. the program will.be given to the :- 141b
Out-of-town guests for the wedding -1 Presbyterian Mission In the .... .' ::/ '. .
Included Mr. and Mrs. W. C. I Orient. The hostesses for the : :
Oliver of Daytona Beach; Mrs. birthday party will be membersof :: ;'; ;
and Mrs. Charles D. I r.
O. W. Oliver the executive board of the .
Sherman of Avon Park:; Mr. and auxiliary.
Mrs. Harold L. Sullivan of Frost-
proof; :Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scag- 1 I Women's vocal cords are usu- .... ... +
fllonl of Jacksonville; and Mr. ally shorter than men's, with the I
and Mrs. Thomas Carroll of result that their voices are higher 4
Gainesville. pitched. -' Neatly tailored summer suits. ready to vacation
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Recital Thursday I 11'lziJIUlIg Tegra in classic or Cardigan styles easy to i if

Thursday at 8 pjn. the members .
of the Thursday Afternoon i pack lovely to wear! In luscious pastels or
Class of the Mary Jarman Kel r ;
son Studio will entertain theh Oyster <' S ) i neutral travel tones. -
parents and friends with an eve- S

ning: The of program piano music.was planned and I Notes I ,. :: -. #: Sizes 1 10, to 1 18 25.00 and 29.75
arranged Ly the class members.
They modeled their program after :1
'the programs of various concerts \. '\-:0: : .
'they had heard during the year. Yes We're Closed '
Opening numbers are from the : -. ,:
BUT : .. > .
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classical period with 'selections J.
Home & Hobby Isn't .
from Bach Handel. Haydn and ..
'CletnentL. The second part is Nor Are
drawn from the romantic composers
including Chopin. Mendelssohn Frances O'Helr T-
and Tchalkowsky. TheUt Gus Lawton
part Is comprised of works of I
.contemporary composers. Hart Swalstead .
f I' Of special Interest Is a group of And Other Good Shops '
Hondolettes" by Berenice Bensonfientley. .. "
a personal friend of Mrs. .. :
Nelson.Miss Bentley sent the class So we can't be too sorry for "f"l f":; .J' :_: : ;. ...ti rcf"Y z : I : '
,& portrait of herself seated at herBrtano our stay-at-home customers. "
with a copy of "Rondolet- "' .'h"- .. '. ". : ':", ", -
f. ies.*. Another group of pieces In If something ts'wanted like .. '\ <
extremely modem style Is fromrod1.7 Jensen Silver or Marghab 1 :, :. ( ; .. -
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'.- and Tomorrow" by Irving a R0'
Linen or anything else that Suit c ; _
Mopper. An original number only we can provide, we shallbe I \ @ .' 4
."Dance: of The Cross-Eyed Doll" glad to fill orders for wedding : Second Floor ,'5;: '--I
by Sally Hazen will be played by : : I f tt.'U
presents, etc. by wire or mail <
the composer. from Ogunqult, Maine, as in )
The members of the class are:
the past. Orlando mall is for-
Bally Hazen. Dorris Andersen warded promptly. .. . .. ,
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fiueanne Maxwell, Jeanette Mc-
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Lendon. Jean Porter Margaret J 4
i Ann Reitz. Stephen Gardner and Saturday was the last day :" ,r : '
Johnny McFadden.Two but of course the staff will be J ..'.
student assistants from busy for two weeks taking inventory I :
Rollins Conservatory will play and closing for the I'I'I
second piano parts: Charlotte summer with Fidelity Storage
Judge and Martha Barksdale. & Warehouse Co. doing the ,
Monday evening. May 151. The heavy. packing with their. usual _
Saturday Morning Class will be care. t it #
hosts to their parents and friends.

Goodbye _ 5- 5- ,- :,
Although Victoria Palls in Africa -
is more than twice as high and Have a Cool Summer
wider than Niagara more water ., '
flows over Niagara In a year than We've Gone to Maine! VACATION -
over Victoria because the African I .p3s; ___ _
fins are greatly reduced In the i Joy Hawley Helen Ryan ry f !'
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Casa Iberia
i the Casa is open daily and anyone
Current exhibit at Casa Iberia who desires to see the pictures is May Meeting Held in Gotha I
Rollins College comprises litho- invited. : Day Nursery

..them graphers executed of Mexican by Mexican life most artists.of I There are about 50,000 granules I I Gotha Home DemonstrationClub Sara G Hughes Pilot Club second GMLC
Orange vice-president
was hostesses to : Mrs. Claire Set
in the Meetings
gjk Included among the exhibits are'I of finely crushed coal :: County Federation of Women'sClubs MacDowell Winter Park Wom
two color lithographs and a mouthpiece of each telephone.. I ISimpson's an's Club,
; I for its May luncheon recording secretary; Monthly meeting of the Orlando -

................ which was held at the Gotha Mrs. E. L. Mize. Gotha Home P x. Day PHOTOGRAPH
"Ours Alone", Collection ................... Home Demonstration Clubhouseon Demonstration Club, correspond- Nursery Assn. executive
Friday. ing secretary; and Mrs.. W. J. Cahill board will be held Tuesday at 10
,, Mrs. H. C. Huegele. retiring I' Grand Ave. Woman's Club am at the home of Mrs Buell
president presided at the meet- I I treasurer. Duncan. Dormont St.. Instead of '
Sun-up to Moon-down ing. Mrs. E. F. Lawrence, president -I I The 15 clubs represented included .r: the ,usual time of 10:30 ABC
i of the Gotha club, issued a'' the following: Colonial- a.m. II
ii welcome to the 15 county federated -i town Woman's Club Business and following the meeting with DIAPER SERVICE;
,, i club representatives. and Mrs. Professional Women's Club Soro- xz&b. Mrs. Duncan. Mrs. Howard I New Accounts and Future
Harold Thornton of Ocoee i sis. Orlando Needlework Guild.
gave Wheeler treasurer win entertainthe Reservations Are Solicited
; the response. Lake Jennie Jewell Circle of the
officers, chairmen and cochairmen Telephone %-1171
I ,
Judge Mattie Farmer of the Needlework Guild. Pilot Club I ORLANDO WINTER PARK
Juvenile Court spoke to the groupon i Ocoee Woman's Club, Gotha of the association witha
the recreation program being Home Demonstration Club'Young cola party at her home on Dor-
,, presented to the county. I I Women's Community Club. La- rt mont St. Guests are invited for
Reports on the State Federa ,'I' dales Auxiliary of the Pharmaceutical 11:30 am.
,I Lion of Women's Clubs were made : Assn.. Winter Park Woman The regular membership meeting RADIORI'PAIK
1- : by Mrs. E. Harold Johnson and I I Club. Grand Ave. Woman's Club. of the association will be held
Mrs. Robert J. Pleus retiring and I I Orange County Council of Home Wednesday at 10 ajn. at the
incoming presidents of Sorosis ,, Demonstration Clubs Public Nursery Home. Officers for the I I : SERVICESOUTHERN:
respectively. I! Health and Welfare Council. Pine coming year win be elected at this i MUSIC
I i : I Mrs. Anna Trout director of : Castle Woman's Club. meeting and all members are ,: oz N. Orange TeL SCT1
district 7. installed the following The courtesy committee Included urged to attend. i j
,1 officers for the coming year: Mrs. i Miss Margaret Moor Winter I' .yw .
E: O. McMannis Colonialtown. Park Woman's Club; Mrs. D. R. I
: I Woman's Club president: Mrs. Kemper. Grand Ave. Woman's
Harold Thornton Ocoee Women's Club. Mrs. H. K. Lester. Pine
": Club first vice-president; Mrs. Castle Woman's Club. I w:

:II 1'of the program being "Famous ..'.. ? ,
Ii IiI Titusville Clubs Gardens of the South." Program
,, ,, 'chairman will be Mrs. W. D. Wilson
I Social chairman and hostessI I'
I 'I Hdld .
Election es listed for the meeting are :Mrs. ,
.I Ira Nobles. Mrs. C. H. Bascom.
.,. .. ...
Mrs. A. V. Harrington. Mrs. E. ----'-'-- -- -' W" "" fl.toi '" ---
Ashcraft, Mrs. B. L. Kelley H'j
I ,, I B. W. Tedder and Mrs. H. H. MRS. CARL A RUDICILL I
Titusville Wo II I livan.: The club meeting will be wed Friday.
I' ,. Il man's Club held a business meet- '' held at the Woman's Club build-t- 3 p-- -
ing and program here Monday afternoon -. ing.

,, .. ,, marking the close of the Mr. Rudicill, Phoebe Miller
club jear. New officers were

c'. stalled and two State in-I' Presbyterian Miss CodnerWed Complimented ,
were honor guests at the
I Plans
and at the club luncheon Auxiliary aMOYGASHEI.
j FridayMr. At Tea
:1 : was held at 1:30 o'clock precedingthe

meeting. Fifty women attended I, Birthday Fete and Mrs. N. J. Codner of Miss Carolyn Carleton who is .,
: 1 the luncheon and meeting. ', this city announcing the
I The annual Woman's Auxiliary mar- here for the weekend from Tallahassee a
: Honor guests were Mrs. A. T. birthday party and program of riage of their daughter, Ann to was hostess Saturday afternoon .
i MacKay of Orlando first CarlA. Rudicill, formerly of Jacksonville -
president of the State the First Presbyterian Church when she entertained with
,, of Woman's Clubs and Miss vice-I will take place in the Bible School which took place in a tea at the home of her parents, crease-resistant
phine Mason of Daytona auditorium of the church tomor- James rectory May 9, at 8 st.1 I Mr and Mrs. Robert Carleton on
: Beautifully tailored "Shortie" designed to top : director of district 6 of the State row Mrs.at Bertha 3 p.m. Martin is in chargeof 'I The bride wore a white Country Club Dr,
Federation. with white accessories. The couple ,I Decorations carried out a color Irish linen -
any costume in featherweight all wool the program which celebratesthe '
New flub officers are: Mrs. H.I I 25th anniversary of the inauguration was attended by Mr. and Mrs. R'I scheme of white, with white gla-
1 flannel luscious colors .. pink, maize, E. Wattwood president Mrs. Henry I of the auxiliary birth- J. DeLisle, sister and brotherini i, dioli and white roses forming the I
Goethe, first vice-president: Mrs. day parties throughout the Pres- law of the bride. centerpiece for the tea table. ItI !toastior! whI tee
green red, grey and white, sizes 10 to 16. 1 Harry Miley second vicepresident : byterian Churches of the South. A small and informal receptionwas i Honor guest was Miss Phoebe
Phone and mail orders. ; Mrs. Lee Howell treasurer; Mrs. Martin has announced the held following which Mr. [Miller daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
1 ; Mrs. Truman Taylor corresponding following .participants on the I Rudicill and his bride left for a Ralph Miller. Miss Miller is a !::. It, .
$25.95* secretary: Mrs. Giles Walker program: Mrs. Hugh E. Powel will wedding trip on the East Coast. II i' member of the graduating class of .: ; >
recording secretary; Mrs. L. C. conduct the devotional period; I Upon their return they will be at Orlando Senior High School. :
Crofton parliamentarian: Mrs. B. Mrs. W. L. Berst and Mrs. JosephR. I home at 90 Weber St., after May y Assisting: the young hostess s
Our 107(1. ROLLBACK is still in effect This W. Kimble. auditor and Mrs. M. Mackie will present the For- 15.Miss I were Mrs. Carleton. ant' Mrs. Mil- ,
REDUCES prices on all new Spring and Summer i H. Poe chaplain.ParentTeachers. eign Mission objectives of this Codner graduated from St. I ler, together with the Mmes. Wil- Ar
i apparel by 10%. ; Assn. held its year China. Japan, and Korea, James Catholic School and for the I liam Lane. Claude Wolfe Lacy
I annual election this week. The i the recipients of the birthday offering past three years has been employed i Johnson. Sidney Singleton and' t
.. new officers will be installed at I ; Mrs. T. J. Wilson, assistedby In the office of Knight Bros M H McNutt. Also the Misses Z
: I F Our SALE is still in progress ] the next regular meeting on May members of Mrs. Norman Paper Co. Pat Kerr Patty Ann Jackson. I )
: 15. Mrs. Jesse Carlile was electedto Wood's Circle, will have charge of I Mr. Rudicill graduated from Carolyn Shiver Ann Eidson. Betty 1 'I
: You can save up to 50% and more on many items.SIMPSON'S. i succeed Mrs. J. G. Griffin who the party hour which will follow Andrew Jackson High School in I Ann Bazemore, Joan Hiscock I ., I
has served as president two years. the program. I Jacksonville and served with the Mary Ford; Vera Jarvis Mary: st
I 0 Mrs. W. D. Bruner will be the The nursery will be open during armed forces In the. Pacific Jean Atwood. Betty Garris. I II Ad I' ,f
the afternoon for small children I
new vice-president succeedingMrs. Theater for three years. Prior to I'
.': Ralph Swanson who has held whose. mothers will attend the affair that he had been connected with The word "cart. the name of r
office two years. Other new officers Knight ,Bros. Paper Co. for 11 the weight unit for jewels de-
r are Mrs. H. G. Shuler secre- years. rives from the Mediterraneancarob
e tary and Mrs.. Truman Taylor Birth Announcement tree, the seeds of which are ;Zo 71. 11tJtI1tf'
treasurer, who succeed Mrs. Lee Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jones of 611E. From 1867 to 1913 the arable of very uniform weight and were ,
; Howell and Mrs. F. W. Clark who Amelia Ave. announce the acreage of Britain fell from 17- used in ancient times as a meas-
16 WEST CENTRAL I IN have each served two years in birth of a daughter, Sandra EUyn. 700,000 to 14500000. ure of weight.
those offices. Wednesday. April 3D, at Orange .
f Final meeting of the Titusville Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Jones is v

.............................. Air Conditioned"..............................,; :Garden Club for the Spring sea- the former Georgine Kerr of Or-
son will be held tomorrow subject lando. .

t A Real Special Event .. J.,

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4 .i Until. now we haven't been able .to :;:i :: : : : 19.95 A .

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originals to meet the demand now .

/ we have 270 !in so many styles we feel '. .
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reduced prices. Just think! smart rJj
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new. George Hess originals in .. ; ;

B \ l cool sheers, gabardine, rayons and : .t ,

cottons. Come in early and chose '
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Hanosomely tailored gabardine with fine ... .-' i 1 :
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C-Rayon sheer with detachable gingham :

gilet $16.95

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The Shop Smart Women Prefer.

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Page 20 &rjf Simtoig &ntttnrl-&br Orlando, Florida, May 1 11, 1947 I for lll1d about efll71Jzo1'7rJllidaW"lYillE [ Marks St. : L

Rollins Student I Methodist P-TA Officers ::

Musicians Circle Notices \ [] InstalledMarks .. .t\h. .,J. .. .. .

sL By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor Street Parent-Teachers Lionel & American Flyer Trains and Accessories. PlaYground -
Will Be Heard Announced Assn. officers for the next school
I Equipment Wheel Goods A. C. Gilbert Erector <
SOPHOMORE AT Rollins College Alice Peel initiated Into installed at
was term were the May
of C1u1sI A Sets. Tinker-Toys. Juvenile Athletic Equipment.Lay .
Women's Society -
;, Miss. Olga Llano of Tampa pianist The the Phi Mu fraternity last night in a special model initiation meeting of the association Thurs-
4t I
J highest ranking winner In as, tian Service of the First Methodist ceremony held at the District 1 Convention of Phi Mu at The Inn at day afternoon at the school. away plan for Xmas now la effect on all wheel goods and playground
Student Musicians equipment
the South Atlantic Church has announced
Ponte vedra Beach. The servicewas
2 Contest and other student j Mrs. Ralph Miller, Orange i
circle meetings as presented bv the' Alpha Ensldaughter CLOSED
musicians from the Rollins College P-TA' County i
A. D. Bentley president
Circle 1. Mrs.
i Ion Chapter of Phi Mu.: Florida
at '
Conservatory of Music who
3 Asbury Orange
I entered the National Federationof leader. Monday. pm. State College for Women. conducted the ceremony and the

Music Clubs contest will be t hN+r.. ley.Hall:leader Circle with 2. Mrs.Mrs.Clyde P. C.Blome-Har- 1 Alice popular member of the following officers were installed: 'Tel. 6668

heard in a concert of their own rell. 720 Euclid Ave.. Monday, 1t I local younger set is the daughterof Mrs. Henry Simmons, president; I.
I on Friday at 8:15: p.m. at Sorosis 2:30: pjn.: Circle 3, Mrs. W. H. Mr. and Mrs.' Walter E. Peel Mrs. J. R. Chappell, first vice-I,

I House.The Wednesday Music Club Garmany leader La Coterie Club of 125 Wisteria Ave. A native of I president: Miss Ethel Corn*right, j
Monday. 11:30 am.; Circle 4, Mrs.
Orlando she
graduated from Or-
''II sponsoring the concert and Asbury Hall I second vice-president: Mrs.Chester 1
Glsler. leader
C. L. ;
lando Senior High, where' she wasa
wishes to present these talented : May 20. 7:30 p.m.: Circle 5, Mrs. 1 Gridley secretary; Mrs. J.V..
i young musicians to its membersand ; D. J. Mason leader with Mrs. member of the National'HonorSociety. corresponding MINA LEE: of Florida
j Lyles secretary; :
I all music enthusiasts. This McClain. 41 E. Spruce St.. She is continuing her
7. Mrs. J. R. George treasurer and ,
program following National Music Monday. 3 pjn: Circle 6. Mrs. scholarship record at Rollins, Mrs. Gray A. Strain Jr.. historian. '
-Week. George Persons leader, with Mrs. where she is a major of business
Mrs. Henry Simmons who Is
Others appearing are Miss MISS OLGA LLANO
Rush, 126 Lawsona. Monday administration and Spanish, anda
serving as president for her sec-
King. Hastlngs-on-Hudson,
in concert Friday. 3 member of the Phi hon-
p.m. Society ond year, read a report of the I
j. N. Y.; Joanne Byrd. Jacksonville -/ I r
Mrs. C. S. Radebaugh.
; Miss Martha Barksdale Or- Circle with 7. Mrs. Dick Dowdell. orary scholastic society.:: Alice is accomplishments of the Marks

I ange. N. J.: Carlyle Seymour, Wilmington leader 241 WhIttier Cir., Monday, 10.30 also very active in Intramural Street P-TA for the 1946-1947
OAAB Clubs school term. Under her directionthe
N. C. Kenneth
; Newbern. ajn.: Circle 8,Mrs. C. W. S. Stowe. sports. .
Tampa; Miss Virginia 1 n o oMRS. association has raised funds
leader, with Miss Buna Mason, 441 Park Ave. N. -
Giguere, Sarasota, all students of 1t ':< for improvements in the ,
Plan Activities 122 S. Lawsona May 27, 11 a.m. TED ERCK of Leesburg'I/ many
Prof. Walter C. Charmbury. of Circle 9. Miss Helen Walthall. t .. > fnrmpr Mary Jean Floyd. (school cafeteria. In recognition of Winter ParkWe W
Rollins. leader with Mrs. H. B. Bennett fMrd: her able leadership she was pre-
A charge of 50 cents will be the I Activities of the Orlando Army 3 Mrs. Bruce sented with a president's gold bare close at noon
admission price. AIr Base Women's Club and the Circle 1921 Woodward.11, Mrs. C.Thursday A. West leader pm.:, ALICE PEEL Floyd, was matron of honor to th pin by Miss Ethel Cornwrlght, I ThurlcUYOpen : I

The program will include: i Officers' Club OAAB. this week with Mrs. O. P. Swope, 728 Ale-. May queen in a Spring festivalspecial principal of the school. I
BeethoTea-St.Variation Suns for Two Pianos will WEDNESDAY be: as follows OOAB :Women's Club Book meda. Monday 10:30: am. initiate. held this week at shorter college Mrs. Chester Gridley, program All Summer
Lan. Klni_. and Kenneth Wtwbcrn Club meets- *l 2 p.m. in the Main Rome Ga. The queen was MarJorie chairman presented Miss Barbara
Brahma Dtbuur .__ IntrrmMS9 Otrdcoi DP in the 78 lo Rain 4 lounie.Officer Club. Speaker wUl b* Joyner. of Americus Ga. Mrs. Erck's degree in June will be the Lott who sang several selections
U Mri 8 r Noonaa. who will dttcuas"Tribal
Virgin.. _, OliutrtBehuniin .. .__...,Romano Customs of the South Pacific I Church Circle fourth Shorter College has granted to married students in its 73-year accompanied by Mrs.J. R. George.
u native" Games at I p m. In Main Mrs. Willis Maxwell and her
Allegro from !Sonata! OP. :22 Lounie. otncen' Club for members history. Shfl and Mr. Erck were married in Leesburg last December,
drills StrmourOrtfTei and guntl.THURSDAYWomen's. the wedding being an outstanding social event. hospitality committee served tea
...__ __
UacDowell _._ fountain.' PolonaiM of Aequa op.Paola 26Olia Club Bridge Club Has Meeting 000rpHE in the patio after the program.1Jiss i
In Main
!, meets at 1:30 p.m. Lunge '
Artntky _, _.BulU for Two Pianos I Officers' Club. OFFICERS' CLUB OAAB is one of the most popular places '
SATURDAY Regular Saturday Night
1 VtlMPolonabi Allctrctto andante Dance on-the Esplanade: for Officers' : At GothaSpecial for social gatherings of various natures, large and small, and this \ Pieters
Club members and cuesta. Don JoIcEmber' -
week several events are being planned. Tuesday at 9:15: am. Mrs.
orchestra will pity. I
-f Mirth Birksdi.lt and Joann Brrd. -- ---. [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Ster] Leland F. Benham. Mrs. C. F. Jackson and Mrs. L. G. Johnson will' !
The Ladies' Missionary Is HonoredAt
GOTHA- be hostesses at a breakfast and bridge in the Main Lounge of the club. II I
\i Concrete Brick or Block I Circle of the Lutheran Church They have invited a large group of their friends to enjoy this event.
:ientinel at the club building
i = tat met Thursday
FROM I with Mrs. A. L. Mize presiding.Mr. . Wednesday Mrs. Philip F. Simensky and Mrs. M. E. Wahnish will Shower .,
: Foundation to Chimney Top I Efrig gave a lecture on the be joint hostesses at a luncheon at the club dining room and then

IALLARDICE CO. INC. MOVES MERCHANDISE growth of the Lutheran Church again on Friday they will entertain with another luncheon, having [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]

Masonry Contractors and Builders Synod. I invited 30 guests for each affair. Next Sunday Mrs. Thomas C'I DELAND-Miss Delores Pieters.
Est 1919 TeL 2-1593 March Average 43,820 Mrs. August Droege was hostess. Erb is planning a breakfast at the club. This week several I bride-elect was honored Thursday -
I I'f I Hit-best ClrcnlaUo la Our History" Present were Mrs. Mize, Mrs. H. gatherings were held including the cocktail party which Mrs., I night with a personal shower w1i1 t kj tt

Wilkening. Mrs. H. Bennin. Mrs. William P. Wood gave and.the dinner party Saturday at which Capt. I given by Mrs. Robert Pieters at :
Olin Fischer. Mrs. Leo Ferguto her home on'New York Ave.
W. F. Baker host.
tiE- = -m Pastor and Mrs. Fischer, Mrs. was 000 Yellow flowers were used In ,5 JI.1M.--bel< CgS-r,1M\.e. 1
Louise Jobloskl. Mrs. Jeff Fischer decorations throughout the house.
and Mr. and Mrs. El rig. INITIATED INTO THE Pi Gamma Mu, national social scienceI i I Suspended in the center of'the l t ai.frteJ
Mother's Day Complete Mr. and Mrs. Herman RegenerJr. society, at Rollins College Friday was Jean Volkert, living room was a decorated Watering k4i'5"'o ,

.. of Detroit, Mich. are house- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John E. \'olkert. who is a member of the i can from which' streamers I
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Reg- I Chi Omega social sorority. Other Central Floridians Initiated were i were carried to various points. To et"
with afternoon at each streamer was attached a gift ik .
an Kathryn Furen, Theodore Mischuck, Jacqueline Thomason, and Edward F
ener.Mrs.. Mary Hall of Pine Castle copeiand. Out-Of.State \for the honoree from the guests. i 1
visitor in Gotha recently. >:: Refreshments ol cake iced I
was a I students who N e
are new members ; l'cwt
Among those attending the an- of the society are Louise Evans, J; drinks candy and nuts were r Q.5i d rn, CAepe
SANLANDO nual dinner and meeting of the a x,> served to the following: Miss
Winter Garden Citrus Growers i i Eleanor Holdt Ruth McDaniel .. Bea Forenwald. Miss Adella Kaz- .J .Q5z ....
Assn. Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. I Anthony Ramsdell Margaret ? mierczak Mrs. Frances Gray Miss
H. Lau Mr. and Mrs. M, Stacey Shaw, and Zoe Weston. w ([- Peggy Harris. Miss Esther Ragon.
and family Mrs. A. Droege. Mr. o o o Miss Edna Valley. Mrs. Charles

SPRINGSTHIS and Mrs. H. Wilkening E. S. Law- DEAN AND MRS. HENRY M. Conlon. Mrs. Fritz Nordmann,
rence Matt Hauguaard and Mr. who are leaving Mrs. Carroll Green Mrs. Baker,
and Mrs. D. Powell. Winter Park to reside in Birmingham Miss Charlotte Nordman. Mrs.

Ala., will be at home to the t.st Gladys Kendall, Miss Mary Ann Miami Beach Fort Lauderdale Coral Goblet
IS THE DAY TO GIVE MOTHER THAT The colony of Aleut Indians faculty, staff and trustees of Rol- Waits and Mrs. John Pieters mother -
I on the Pribilof Islands practically of the honoree.
lOUTING I hibernates in Winter because of lins College Wednesday from 5
strong winds which make it virtually to 6 pjn.. at their home 472
I impossible to stand erect Henkel Cir.. Winter Park. Dean

out of doors. Edmonds, who has been dean of ,
--- Knowles Memorial Chapel at Rol
""" :
r lins resigned recently. ) N
f o (") oMR. ? xr -I-
11. \
ATTIC FANS son, Bill, were hosts at a
; ., t buffet supper and movie at their .
l : home in Apopka Thursday. Their I .
I guests included 7ant._ and Mrs. T..

Nationally advertised SILENT-BREEZE Smart bathes 4t I I R-Canal Holt Zone and:children Murray, 'of; Booth-Panama of JEAN receives VOLKfRT college honor. J 4't H Has 1 1GRUEN'

fans-all sizes from 30 in. to 48 in. t for Conway, N. C.: Mrs. Frank Stevens of Eustis; Mr. and Mrs. William
G Leonard and son. Mrs. Harold Anderson Miss Christine Phillips Mrs

completely installed. ChildrenLayette t Joe Smith Mrs. Minnie Holt all of Orlando; Mrs. Florence Christmend \

family and F. G. Holt of Apopka. I

Suggestions 36", 1-3 hp 11,000 C.F.H. S11Q50 I Lake Guild will meet for a lunch- .

[Fins Installation Charge] _. 1 IV S Playtex Rubber Pants ,t l Activities Set eon Robeson meeting on Lillian with Mrs.Dr. On J.Wed M..I > r rya t

r % Rubber Sheets nesday morning. St. Elizabeth' FOR GRADUATION.

1 to, Compare this with others of equal capacity. Playtex i At St. Luke'si I Guild Kissam will and meet Mrs. Henry with Mrs.I. Louttitat Ted .

r For free estimate and of needs call t Chix Gauze Diapers f i Cathedral Church of St. Luke the residence of Mrs. Kissamon NOWI Buy without cash. No
i survey your
iF has announced the following Crystal Lake Dr. at 10 am
, Cotton Knitted Gowns 4 schedule for the week: for their regular meeting. St. need to worry .about gift giving rr,
f4 Martha's Guild does not meet tlusv. I with Duval's convenient ';y xew
DAILY-7:30 The

; WILLARD &. KEISERNorge Handmade Batiste *V Communion:except ajn.Thursday Holy at eek.Miss Elizabeth H Rand, parish terms. Buy now, pay at your

t, Gowns rt( 10 ajn. custodian of the United Thank convenience. I
ROGATION MONDAY-3 Offering announces that the
and Philco Dealers Sheer Infant's Dresses '+ pjn. Spring In-gathering will be madeon
Various Guild meetings of the
Thursday. May 22 when t his! 1 1SUI
709 N. Mills 5136 Colonlaltown i 1) 19 W. Washington St. Woman's Auxiliary; 7 pjn.. choirboys offering will be presented at the Gruen Curve Count. 17 jewelCunex .. !
.t rehearsal: 7:30: pjn. Boy 10 o'clock service of Holy Communion precision movement. ? M
\ Scouts. Troop 33. in the Cathedral. All f
guild leaders are asked to Bathe _.
ROGATION TUESDAY-3 pjn. $67.50_ .;\t fi
the contents of the Blue Boxes .'r4 j\ i
Junior Choir rehearsal at Cathe- from the members at the Guild weeklyLarge +
dral School: 7:30: pm., Church meetings during the next two .; &
\ The Mattress School teachers and officers" weeks in preparation for this 9
\ I service.
meeting at residence of Canon I IGumm

100 Liberty Street. I I

You Have Been
i am., St. Elizabeth's Guild with I CLASSICAL-HILLBILLY Gruen cum EnG

Mrs. Ted Kissam and Mrs. Henry / '0'. 17 jewel precision -

'' I. Louttit at residence of Mrs. Kls-I POPULAR I ..emenL$67.50 .

Waiting For- full sam Cathedral Crystal Lake Choir Dr.rehearsal.:; 7:30 COOPER'S MUSIC STORE II I t .- '

THURSDAY ASCENSION DAY J 20 W. Church St. Ph. 4652 j

-9:40: ajn. Intercessions; 10 ajn. J1.50 weekly :
The Holy Communion; 8 pjn. i

We Are Now Producing! meeting Daughters of of St.the Mary's King. Chapter, 'I ONE HOUR SERVICEON renter diamond and 2 r,

.I FRIDAY-3:30: pjn. Cub Scouts. WATCH CRYSTALS side diamonds in 14K gold .
SATURDAY-9:30 ajn. Junior :i Expert Watch RepairingBLOCK'S mounting. ;
f Acolytes serving in the Sunday : $129.50Convenient
i School with Canon Gumm at the
"ECHOLS" Gruen Pan Ameri
MATTRESS I' Cathedral; 3:30 pjn. to 5 pjn. JEWELRY terms can 17 jewel Veri ,
Spring Party for the Kindergarten 18 West Church Street thin precisionmovement. .
I and Nursery at Cathedral 3
r F School 228 E. Central Ave.: 2:30:
Mail the coupon below and designed for better sleeping pjn. St. Vincent's Guild of Acol- $67.50
I ytes picnic lunch and party at DUTCHLAPAsbestos I T
I our representative will call to
$1.50 weekly
I Sanlando Springs; 7 to 7:30 pjn.
display this mattress or discuss and longer life in Florida. One of the clergy will be in the
I any other bedding prob- Chapel for spiritual counsel and RoofingASBESTOS

lems. This Is of course without absolution.The SIDING
various guilds of the Woman's ,
cost or obligation. ASPHALT SHINGLES
Auxiliary of the cathedral
THE MATTRESS WITH: will meet tomorrow at 3 p.m. as 'I GUTTER
" "'" follows: St. Cecelia's Guild with &
Gentlemen: Mrs. Thomas B. Gautier 1530 DOWN SPOUTSL.T.JERNIGAN

g Please call at the address beg Form-fitting spring construction Berkshire Ave.: Eola Guild with I Large renter diamond and <4< z
law to discuss the following Mrs. Alton B. Whitman. 19 N. side diamonds in 14K yellow
Eola Dr.: Lucerne Guild with Mrs. I
t bidding need! : gold mounting ; Grvea Veal thin
Walter Weed. S. Delaney St.: Roofing and Sheet Metal h
:, Name Pre-built Border Quilted Boxing Cathedral Guild at the Chapter I 70 Alexander PL Tel. '7427 $275.00Co..n1..t 5t4 Varsity.movement.17 jewel
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Rollins Orlando, Florida, May 11, 1947 She friinfcm! &rtitittritor Paae 21 H
of Stage -
I o Oho board"
x ery president of the St Augustine Bishop was elected a
Returning To Star in Play League Group Council Holds Council chairman: Mrs. Cooling was chosen r ber.The
for the Youth Welfare; group was honored by the I
Ray Mlddlemas, -after a three Ray began his Army career which Convention Mrs. Mclntire was named public- I| new auxiliary bishop Thomas
StudyingConstitution ity chairman and Mrs.B. C. Kuenz I McDonough who opened and
years tour on the road with the took him to North Africa and was named historian. Mrs. W. A.I closed the session. .
. Mediterranean Company of the U. Italy. I St. Augustine Council of Na- i
' with Now an English major finishing tional Council of Catholic Women
S. Army is again appearing I
fche Rollins Players in their Annie up his sophomore year Ray's A survey of the numerous met In St. Petersburg this past Distinctively DifferentWedding
. [ussell Theater production of principal interest is centered points to be considered in fram- week for its 17th annual convention -

headed Lennox Boy Robinson's to be presented The White-May around the theater, and he intends ing a new constitution,for Florida I with 80 affiliations represent-
20 through 24. to follow up that Interest, v will be presented by the League of ed.Those Stationery
Ray has the prize role of Denis preferably writing plays. Proofof Women Voters'Constitution Study .I present from the Orlando
Mrs. Geoghegan's spoiled young- his'ability along his ambition'sline Section Wednesday at 3 p.m. at Deanery of St. Augustine Council for those who prefer the finest
est son in the modem Irish is the Allied Arts Award he the San Juan Hotel, room 139. I were the Mmes. T. E. Spain. Daytona -
best comedy.his Brought self-sacrificing up to expect familycan the won three weeks ago for his prize- Using "Model State Constitu- ; N. Antrimn, Ocala; E. Holland INVITATIONS & ANNOUNCEMENTS '* CARDS
give him from hour-fresh eggs winning one act play Brief Re- tion" and the outline prepared by Leesburg; E. T. Sherry,
to an education for the medical elusion. the Florida State Committee as Eustis; Thomas McCabe ML Double Envelopes
profession Denis' life is almost guides summaries of the various Dora: Frank A. Allen. S. Carle
shattered when he is informed by Deep Freeze Methods r which 1 Cooling Cliff Mclntire. Winter
articles have been coveredIn
his family that they are through Park: L. D. Plante B. C. Kuenz. Jyih.
the study this will Looin.g.lmt
Shown at Club MeetingA group year I
living in the shadow of Mrs.Geoghegan's be presented as follows: Kuenz. W. A. Bishop, and
Miss Rita Lawton Orlando.
"whiteheaded boy"And demonstration of various
The Constitution as basic law;
though Denis dreams of a phases of deep freezing was held and the Bill of Rights. Mrs. Mrs. Spain is the new presi- 35 E. Pine St. ORLANDO Phone 6396
life not planned by his mother or at the May meeting of the Con- Frank Cormac: Suffrage and dent of the Daytona Club: Mrs.
, Aunt Ellen. after 22 of a Demonstration Club McCabe is the new Orlando Dean-
years way Home Elections Mrs. Leland Chubb Jr.;
, sheltered life even his family has Thursday at the home of Mrs. t The Legislative. Mrs. Frank Cul-
no faith in his ability to rule Roy Pulsifer on Lake Margaret.Mrs. len; The Executive Mrs.Frank M.
himself. John M. Pulsifer was co-hos- Wright: Homestead Exemption
Ray plays the role with all the tess. A picnic dinner honoring and State Income Taxes.-Mrs. C.
groping indecision Robinson intended Mrs. Pulsifer Sr., was served on L. Van Vranken: Centralized Purchasing Mar-Jo Salon
for Denis to show, and the lawn. Earmarked Funds, Con-
Director Howard. Bailey has donea Members present included Miss : solidation of Assessing and Tax-
thorough Job of smoothing out Elizabeth Dickenson. home demon- collecting Machinery. Mrs. Wil-
technical and the Mmes. S. lard Botts: Local Government, I
any of the play's rough stration agent:
,. spots. W. Speer Janet Byrnes. A. 'M. Mrs. William Melcher; Civil Service 773 N. MILLS ST. PHONE 6600
The Annie Russell stage first King Harry Custance, H. H. Godwin Lf Mrs. I. P. Flournoy; Public .
boasted Ray's presence four years Edgar Broom George Allison. Welfare Mrs. Henry Killen; Mar-
in thrilling melodrama Busby Jerry Reigen.'C. C. ried Women's Property. Mrs. J. E.
ago a entitled George Mattocks.A Announces the Return of
Fashion or Life In New Doelman. and Miss Kathryn
of report on the progress of the
York. Then in February 1943. Reigen.
1947 Florida Legislature up to now
will be given by Mrs. Sara G. Mrs. Thelma Glass
; Hughes.
Members are asked to bring
copies of Model Constitution, Who will again be associated with us. Thelma will be happy to serve her
MISS MINNIE LEE BLAND "Florida Needs a New Constitu- .
PHOTOGRAPHS"S plans June wedding in Norfolk, Va. tion. and notebooks.The former customers and to welcome all new patrons.

4 & & Summer seal colony in the .

Miss\ Eland's Engagement two Pnbilof million islands and numbers formerly about num- 6 Thelma specializes in new hair styles. permanentand

.*" .- bered five million, but owing to cold waves. dyes bleaches and facials.

Portraits : To Mr. McMurran\ ToldMr. former once was ruthless reduced killing to only methodsit 250-
w, 000.
and Mrs. Thomas Daniel
.* Weddings / ':i' Pope of 1418 Ridgewood Ave.. are
x ,. ';!' <: .- announcing the engagement of
,. .3 :f'* ,, Mrs. Pope's sister Miss Minnie
Commercial : '"'l'-{, Lee Bland to William Royall Mc-

-.:V'V'ift: :. Murran of Norfolk. Va.
Miss Bland is a graduate of
.Aerials : : Orlando Senior High School with W CANt
the class of '42, and of Emory uw/tw/iwt .Q

All/ Social Functions JI University Hospital School of
Nursing with the class of '45. She .
i at the Ma- YOU TO TRY
'-i is presently a nurse THESE
Norfolk. and is in -
rine Hospital
... '. .. ,.. *,:;. Orlando this week to visit Mr. WE IN AN
& and Mrs. Pope.
,- Mr. McMurran received his 1 SPEOTAJ/.AK
Sentinel : bachelor of science degree from
.- Duke University College of En-
.. gineering with the class of '45. He AWFUL HURRY 4
Studio served as an ensign in the U. S. FLAKES
Navy after receiving his commis- BLUING
sion at Cornell University Mid-
248 S. ORANGE AYE. shipman's School, and participated bf
in ."Operations Crossroads" at
I rHONE 4165 Bikini.
The wedding will take place the
latter part of June in Norfolk. .


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\\-North. Park Baptist Page-22 irbt nnhttJt &tnttnt1- tar Orlando, Florida, May 11, 1947TVTCC[ A IIpn '
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Circles Will Meet I' I > Open Monday Evenings;

Woman's Missionary Society of I'I Miss Beckett I Entertains I for Girls and noWARREN'S'

the North Park Baptist Church La. !

trill 1 uesday hold as Us follows circle: Circle meeting 1, an-on Plans W eddi1lgThis ;. Beta Club TOYLAND._ fit ,, .t "'_ _C I Winter Park Phone 68
nex. 2:30p.m.; Circle 2. annex, .3 I I Speyol< ; to The Sunday Sentrel.Star] i

pin.: Circle 3, with Mrs. J. O.CTls Month nS UMATILLA The Beta Club I I

.: 1505 E. Colonial Dr.. 3 pjn. GARDEN-of Interestto met with Miss Evelyn Allen Tuesday ...
The Woman's Auxiliary will WINTER night after services at the KNOWN FOR VAIUES1Wonderful
tneet with Mrs. L. L. Taylor. 1211 many In West Orange County First Methodist Chuch. GRANTS
Hillcrest Ave.. 7:30 pm. and'Orlando Is the announcementbeing
Vr I I Reports were made by the delegates -
made today by Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Allen have to the State Convention held
I Nobel a Beckett of the engagement -
returned to their home In Atlantic at DeLand last week. :
of their daughter Mildred w
Beach after visit here with 'I' Mrs. W. A. Skinner
a entertained '
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to Frederick Henry Bekemeyer,
Mr. and Mrs. George Allen. Mr. /
the Thursday Bridge Club 4
I son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry S.
Allen came here to attend the
week at her home
on Central Ave. :
of meeting the Bankers of the ,Assn.executive council 1 I Bekemeyer.The bride-elect. graduated from 'tais I I Mrs. E. A. St. John .was hostessto ae
the Wednesday
TaV.THonr High School And took Bridge Club.
nurses"training at h-Grady Hospital !frA There were two tables, and Mrs.
School of Nursing In Atlanta I Chris Rush held high score
.: QY Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dent left
Ga.Mr.. Bekemeyer also graduated t '' ro for their home in Columbia. S. C,
NEWB from Lakeview High School and ii::: :;(4a c last week after visiting Mrs. Sally

was recently released from the U. Dent. /
'S. Navy after serving for four I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meier returned ? Post-War

I years. He Is now connected with to Byron. Mich. Monday, to ,.
the U. S. Post Office In Winter spend the Summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Oakes
( ) Garden.The wedding will take place I left Saturday for Hampton N J. Quality!

.. .. will
They return in the early Fall.
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Sunday. May complete :
plans will be announced later.. MISS MILDRED BECKETT MISS JACQUELINE LIVELY I Dr. and Mrs. L. Ross Lynn left w L I

ANTI-SLIP Is bride-elect. bri e-elect! of Frank Farmer. -I Wednesday for Memphis Term, I
___ __ having received a telegram that : Brand New
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Schedule Set -
Unity Walter Deweese. brother of Mrs. I

Floor Wax Unity Church announces the Lynn. Is critically ill I piirmL\

following schedule for the week: Winter Park News Miss Lively Master at West Sgt. Hugh Palm Johnson Beach is stationed be-- ,i Styles!

Today at g45; am. the Sunday ing transferred to Long Island. 11th

CAN as WALKED \ I School win meet. At 11 am. there By MARGARET GREENE Becomes Bride N. Y., and is now spending a short
will be devotional service at time I
n with his aunt Mrs. M. E. '
Telephone Winter' Pork 233-Hours 11.12 and 4-5. Monday Through Friday
which the Rev, Carolyn Parsons Foster and family. than 15%
minister will speak on the topic, Here TodayMiss Mrs. W. J. Norton and daughter Mother. Her Love and Example. Margaret Ann. are in Athens. on Novelty
Tomorrow at 10 am.. there will Zone Ordinance Winter ParkBrevities Jacqueline Lively daughterof Ga.. visiting Mr. and Mrs Gerald &
be a class in Lessons In Truth II Mr. and Mrs.. J. W. Lively of Meadows.Mrs. .

taught by Mrs. Erma Warner. this city will become the bride of George Snelson Is visiting I '
I The class In The Principles of her husband in Laurens. S. C. Mrs. I l. PRISCILLAS 2.47
R. Frank' Farmer Yeoman 3-C, .
Healing will be held tomorrow at Near EnactmentWINTER 'I Snelson will move to Laurens as t
I 8 pm. with Miss Faith CornwallIn I U. S. Coast Guard today at 2 pjn. soon as school is out. R tg. 2.98
charge WINTER PARK-Rotarians at at the Lively home. 40 W. SouthSt. Miss Strobie Jean Merrill and :
Tuesday at 10 ajn. Miss. Corn- PARK-The new zon- 'their luncheon meeting tomorrowwill her friend Jane Smith of Stetson ,
wall will teach The Twelve Powersof ing ordinance, prepared by the hear the Girls' Trio of the The Rev. George Graden min- University will spend today with I t Billowy, be-ruffled curtains In a very attroetivo -
Man and at 8 pm. Wednesday ister of the College Park Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Carl Merrill. chain design! They're a full 39" wide
in Winter Park High School-Betty
,Mrs., Warner will teach The Mysteries zoning commission co-opera- Church will perform the ceremony Miss Marie Copelan entertained e ... back
and 90" long (that's floor length) are
[ of John. tion with City Planner George :Anne Newton. Anita Whitmoreand the Friday Bridge Club last week. !
I There will be a dally prayer Simons. Jacksonville will be I Jacqueline Biggerstaff-accompanied Miss Lively will have as her attendant hemmed so they'll hang straight after washingl I
M's _HI 'M 'YY'.4.ty .... service from 12 to 12:30: ( p.m. and for second reading by Carolyn Simonds. Miss Frances Lee. and .
.... .. .... .... brought up WANTED _
9 +
.w.t'F wlrl.W t
3 to 3:30( pm. except on Saturday. June before The Trio also will sing Wednes- Joe Jackson will act as best man ?r
and enactment on i w
....... I. .. Me.r.a .. Mf Is SPECIALTY SALESMANMUST
a II 4 the City, Council. I day evening at the supper meet- for Mr. :Farmer
... .1,,...,.. Or***** wa c.atatft Ap/tfureof Among the changes proposed! ing of the Lions Club. I The bride-elect attended local HAVE CAR Make fyoux 0w Curtains and Drapes
.*U.t .... fcq..al w-..... ftrm I hr are the zoning of Block A bounded : Dr. Kathryn Abbey Hanna will schools graduating with the classof CALL IN PERSON AT 953 *
... b.u.ty, try OM-N .... W.* by Interlachen and New Eng- i be the speaker tomorrow night at '46. She was a member of the ORANGE AVE.. WINTER PARK ,
WATCHcaffflx land Aves. and Alexander PL for ;the Kiwanis Club. Sigma Alpha Sigma sorority. She From 8 to 8 JO AM & 4 JO to 5:30 PM I

multiple housing (Ito enable ex- ,' Pioneer Chapter 91). OES will is presently employed by the Florida Appliance & Supply C&,
I Mayor Herbert Halverstadt to hold a Mothers Day program American Fire and Casualty Co. formerly Homt Iniulotion Co. I r SAVE 12' a yard on

utilize the former List propertyfor J Thursday night at Its regular here.Mr.
an apartment house and the meeting. Farmer also graduated from Organdies and Voiles
entire Block 7. bounded by Chap Gardenias will be presented to I the local high school with the k -
228, X ORANGE I man. Fairbanks Comstock and'all feminine visitors today at class of '46. and Is now stationedin HEAR EVEN INJtOJSY
I TEL. 6001 'Park Aves. to be made commer Mead Botanical Garden. San Juan. Puerto Rico, with the Permanent finish organdy! Corded
mat w.tma a US Bwtt en.n cial. ,!1 There will be a free chest X- I U. S. Coast Guard. Upon receiving voiles in block designsl Buy plentyfor -
There will be no setbacks on Ray clinic Thursday at the Health his discharge he plans to en- PLACESNew I
Center St. from New England to i Center with the white clinic from ter college. .,. curtains,,spreads, vanity skirts!
p fAT Canton Aves. so that all buildings .
I 10 a jn.until noon, and the colored
may be erected flush with the I clinic from 2 to 4 pjn. AIMn-One Sonotone \ 37*
THEWALKOVER property-lines as they were permitted Mrs. Patton yd. Reg.
previously at the corners. I!' Those In charge of the Benefit I Hushes Noise-You,Relaxl
Shop this week include: Tuesday
There will be no Industries per-I This newest Sonoton. li the '
afternoon. Mrs. Norman Hill and '
: mlted east of the ,railroad tracks I Mrs. Howard Showalter Jr.; Wed- Attends ONLY alMn-ona Instrumentwith SAVE,21 fa yard on
SHOP between Mills St. and Holt Ave. Bl-Focl Control. Great
where It is expected a highway )nesday morning. comfort through a noisy_day I
win be built parallel with the' Livingston and Mrs. Jack Hol- Club MeetingSpecial See It! I Homespun Drape Fabrics
tracks. ;lovtedell and Thursday afternoon. ,
IAIR-TRED There will be no secondary ,Mrs. C. G. Eberhart and Mrs. Paul [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] SONOTONE OF ORLANDO decorator ,r
SHOES business section at the Phelps Hayne. MT. DORA Mrs. Edna Patton Woven cottons for making

and Aloma A ns. crossing as was I Members of the Pilot Club now 'president of the Woman's 611 METCALF BLDG. type drapes. MollJ-color stripes and ,
planned bat protested by property in process of organization have Club accompanied by :Mrs. AliceB.
owners. volunteered to assist In the pro plaids.) Ideal 4 zti"
I I Crutcher. of the Leesburg Wo-
Orlando Ave. will be zoned for gram this Summer at the Youth man's Club, attended the State PHONE 2-2101 for summer! *" yd. R t.95* .
business on both sides of the I Center... Federation of Women Clubs
street and In Block 7 of Killarney I Following members of Boy
In West Palm Beach.
i $ Estates there will be 15-foot setbacks Scout Troop 39, under the direction meeting After leaving Palm Beach they G. F. COOPER-Consultant W. T. GRANT CO..
$7-95 so that commercial structures of Dr. Louis, Schulz. assistedby I 33 So. Orange Are.w .
visit Mrs. W. J.
went to Miami to
I will be In line with the resi- Harry Churchill, went to Doe Piewaty formerly of Mount Dora. I
dences. Lake In the Ocala Forest for a
'' Mr. and Mrs. Irving
: :
Ten-foot rear yards plus loadIng
and baby daughter of Ft. Lauderdale -
and parking areas will DP necessary Roger Shears, Eklppy Maurer
are the guests of Alfred Reh-
The test of any shoe is repeat sales! outside for of C-l all business commercial buildings areas John Chuck Reich Wiggins LeRoy, Walter Preston.Heard.Bill baum at his Sylvan Shores home.
The Rev. and Mrs. Kermit .
which include Park
Ave. Fairbanks
Alr-Tred customers come back again and again! to the railroad Orange Ave. to the Moseley. Sherrill Gray Eddie Wheeler and sons of Wilmington.Del. :;
Overstreet, Gary Branch Jimmls
., arrived recently to be with
Gateway Orlando
e At a moderate price AIR-TRED's appeal is becauseof Gateway to the Underpass.Ave. from New Banks and Carl Wooten. 'I Mrs. Wheeler's mother Mrs. Lelia
Mrs. W. E. Winderweedle Cissy B. Jones, who Is seriously
their comfort and England.
wearing qualities due to a Welbourn. Morse and
and Billie left Friday for
visible Lincoln from Pennsylvania Ave. to I Mr. and Mrs. W. Boyle have returned .e.eJ8
combination of fine leathers lasts
proper a line even with Knowles Ave. Charleston. S. C.. to board the to Ardmore. Pa., after
and master workmanship! '. Millers' yacht Susan for a cruise
.. A three-foot setback on both spending the Winter here.
'. tides of New England Ave. from I'via. the inland waterway to the Richard Edgerton managing I MC SUMMER
the railroad to Church: SL will 'Hudson and St. Lawrence Rivers I'I director of the Lakeside Inn was FABRICS
ALICE TIE be required BO that the street thence to Detroit from which elected a director of the State
by AIR-TREDLevor's may be Widened. point they will go to Eaton Rapids Hotel Assn.. at their recent an-
Drs. Kenneth Scudder Ruth; for a short stay returning' In nual meeting. He will also be
White Grain Jewett and R. L. Hotard volun- 1 about two months. manager of the Crawford House. K i Beautiful; sheers, rayons; cottons,
Kid medium dress teered to have 10-foot setbacks on I Winter visitors returning North Crawford Notch N. H. during the t
heel. AAA to EEE. the North side of Morse Blvd., between for the Summer include: I Summer.At t plain solid colors, printed floral
Center and Knowles. where I Mrs. Mabel Kirk to Boston; the i a recent meeting of the
they will all have ofifces. when Misses M. E. Church and A. M. Yacht Club the following officers ,, ,Z'j designs, stripes, etc., etc., too

.$7.95 the corner building is replaced. Paul to Castine. Me.: Mrs. F. W. were elected,for the coming year. numerous to mention them all .
The new structure will conform to Pinkhurst and Mrs. Martha Lambert Commodore Edward Nimnicht:.
this.The I I \to Chicago; Mrs. Douglas L. Vice Commodore. Vernon Conner; < t but these are some of our outstanding .
proposed zoning map as it Clinely and son. James, to Rich "Rear Commodore Alfred RehbaumJr.
will appear after the ordinance is mond. Va.; Mrs. Mary Broedel to .; directors. Carl S. Graves. Dr. values.
enacted is now on display at the I Canada, and Mrs. Doris Ober to R. H. Williams. Eustis. Glenn
City Hall each area colored for Brookline. Mass. and Mrs. William Brown Tavares Walker Kennedy,
MALL Step-in by AIR-TRED easy recognition of. various zones. 'I G. Hull to Ridgewood. N. J. Alfred Rehbaum.
The ordInance was passed on its 'i OPALEEN LAWN

White Elk. perforated first' reading. I Residents of Africa before the
Special motion picture cameras
Ideal for Ladies' Dresses Blouses and Chil-
:: i for coolness brown white Plan called Victoria Falls have been made In which the film ,
;: : leather heel. AAA to C. Circles the "Smoke that Thunders." while runs at 70 miles an hour to record dren's Clothes. Deep pink light pink, light
: : American Indians called Niagarathe action so fast It cannot be ob- blue light green, small frosted design and
"Thunder of Waters. served directly. tiny dots. 36" wide.

t r $7.95 Plan Meetings\ I 98c yard

Circles of the Woman's Missionary -

Society of the First Baptist .
,';'.. I t
Church will meet In the following : ::. t"- DOTTED PRINTED SEERSUCKER
RUTH TIE by AIR.TRED places tomorrow: ] ,: : ,

Circle: 1. Mrs. E. L. Newell 1 I I, SWISS For Playsuits, or dresses. Her -

Black Kid low heel leader with Mrs. F. H. Sawyer FOR YOUR HOME quires no ironing Fast colors.
Oxford with rubber 110 Glen wood, 2 pm.; Circle: 2. All white- Pink blue and yellow ,with
heel AAA to EEE.i Mrs. Julius Neumann leader I 1 1 woven dots.
with Mrs. Neumann. 1700 navy polka dots; also green
36" wide
i I Dr.. 3 p. m.; Circle 3. Mrs. S. W. t and navy checks. 36" wide.

; $7.95 I Gore Cooksley.420 leader Anderson with St.Mrs.. 3 E.pjn.H.: \ I 89c yard 79c yard
Circle leader, 4.with Mrs.Mrs.Walter Martin.Martin 213 N \ \\\ +

Brown St. at 2 pjn; Circle 5. .
ELIZABETH PUMP Mrs. M. C. Weimer leader. De- t SPUN RAYONS
laney classroom 3 I
by AIR-TRED- Circle 6. Mrs. R.pjn.M Martin 'i 4lll ,I j Washable, printed attractive designs, guaranteed -

leader Euzelian classroom 3 pm*, I, I i? fast colors, florals stripes,'and. geometric -
Black smooth leather In a Circle 8. Mrs. R. N. Nipper, leader patterns. 459" wide. -
l -heeled walking pump. Euzellan classroom. 10:30: ajn;
AM.0 'C.S Circle 9. Mrs. W. L. Stimpson. 98c
leader. Alathean classroom. 3
pm.; Circle 11, Business Wom ,
an's Circle No. 2, Mrs. Robert I frEITNTtVENTILATED .
$7.95 Hodges It'ader..ith Miss Mar- (,- SPUN RAYONS
Jorie McKinnon 1000 Palmer. 8 4" ,
pjn.. Thursday. '. Butcher linen type, lightweight, plain colors; $1.25

Also In Army Russet A diamond Is composed. entirelyof j AWNINGS AND DOOR HOODS IS S copen Kelly green, silver gray, navy, cherry yard .. ..
red white. .
In carbon. yellow aqua,
a similar style
You rot the utmost In quality protection, '4-
i beauty with these gracefully curved California S;
$7.95i. DR. P. D. NAPIER t Clearheart REDWOOD Awnings. Patented ..
.: : ..' ventilated feature assure maximum I EMBROIDERED'FABRICS $1.50

.. .:t > I NERVE SPECIALIST summer comfort. Budget plan if you desire. J. White black navy, light yellow, yellow aqua, to
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.. : CHIROPRACTOR Lot our designer chow e $ -
you what do
they can
.' and $7.16
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Art GalleryWill the Importance of student exhi- I

bitions. AL SAYS

CloseWednesday It Is the purpose of the Center . .. Rollins Senior
he said, to Introduce ... .
Street Gallery, .. Lawns
have required
.; very tttfc or no mowing during the
.. ';.::" :\ I cooler
the students to the tech- .... ...,. .... ;:...:...... Art Exhibit winter months are calling for attention. You will be glad later on if you
nique of exhibiting and selling .,.. 1 1I I rid your lawn of weed at this time. Particularly do not let them fa to
> seed and greatly increase your weeding problem later. Rather
The last exhibition at the Cen- their work. 1 them down to the teed
"In this respect, the Center Scheduled keep pods from formin,. J-iD WEED KILLER
..... ter Street Art Gallery consists of Street Gallery supplements the I sprayed on now will help to eradicate many varieties of weed and win
work by students of Rollins Col- other galleries in the district, .F I Senior art students of Rollins ,; save a lot of your time and effort. SULPHATE or IRON at the rate of
lege, and will close Wednesday.Prof. which are generally occupied by .,. College announce that the formal '1 TABLESPOON TO 2 GALLONS OF WATER sprinkled liberally on UM
..j: :yellow spots will turn them green in a few days.As .
Donald treason who the work of artists of established + .: ; opening of the Annual'Senior Ex-
reputation." : hibition at Morse Gallery of Art
founded the gallery this year All the works in the Center '41t will take place at 3 pm. next to lawn m_ n. ....e carry the Reo line. Michigan; Noiseless Hand
states that he expects to show Street Gallery are for sale and the F Sunday. Mowers and Ttim-A-Lawn power mowers. One of our men. S. L ConneD
about 20 paintings by students gallery Is open to visitors daily. F yt I The work to be shown includes will be glad to demonstrate on your own lawn one of these machmeLORLANI
and possibly some pieces of I paintings and sketches. commercial i
sculpture. American railroads average 100 art and sculpture.
Greason. a well known artist in pounds of freight hauled 310 1 Art instruction at Rollins aims I
his own right and a member of miles every day for every inhab- to equip students with a broad I 0 NURSERIES
the faculty of the Department of itant of the United States. fundamental knowledge of the I N. Oranre Ave.
various fields. All students are
1 quired to take courses in Phone 7847
I theory, appreciation and re-I

tive work. Specialization is not inI I
'. slated upon, although it is desir- I LAWN MOWERS FERTILIZERS INSECTICIDES
:'iJ '. \ .: 1 I able that a student should attl\incompetence ORNAMENTAL PLANTS/
in a particular field.
1 4 I Seniors who will contr1bu to Look for our ad each 'a,4&)'. A. T. Coith, whom se many people \
y A this exhibition include: paintingand ( know as "Al" mill comment .. current phases of plan tin c aid. I
:,to 1. h ..\ sketching Lynn Hirsch John care of gardens and lawns. /

.t I t..t. 1 i Rose Twachtman.Canove. Eleanor Ruth Brooks Arapian.and

: IP 1 ,I! a.ontS ; .. :.,. < I'' Josephine Alther; commercial art
J,ld'J .: : :;:<::;. 'f .y.'II'o"'!' : ', Rose'Canova. Ruth Brooks. Eleanor -

ilfi j i 1 MISS DORIS POETH MISS MARGARET A. VAUGHAN | Arapian and Josephine Al-
ther: sculpture Ruth Brooks
UJ! dkt 'GOfll1! *. her betrothal .told... engagement pnnounced. man.Lynn Hirsch and John Twacht-

Jtl, ct. r Patsy Fitch Is chairman of the
v U I Air. D'eivey Miss V7nghaiitae program and in charge of the in-
:' ; :Gi f Itoitlidt stallation. The gallery will be open
l'm"ltl" $" from 3 to 6 p.m. on Sundays and ) .
I: >> { ...- I Witl1Jar1.Y'lfiss \ '- from 2 to I 5) pm. on weekdays.
...mr.: ri > { There is no charge for admission.
: j-rft, ; n :- ,H J sJfJ I
;. Poeth ; 'J iI To Mr.\
i.ft'; ''\- ( ,..... k Burge Miss Koch'si
:j }'/;; :Jthlj! I' Announcement is being made 1fl ; LOIflWITH Mr. and Mrs. .A. T. Vaughan of

t:,, today by Mrs. Mary Poeth of this 516 E. Michigan Ave. announcethe E1zgagel11elltA1111ott11Ced t
: I city of the engagement of her JEAN YOTHERS engagement and approaching i r
;, !. 1// ,' (daughter Doris, to Daniel L. [Club Editor, ] marriage of their daughter, Mar- i ,

,""' 1I I 'I. ; 'toItlli. I Dewey, son of Mrs. Anna Dewey, Plans have been made for alII|I garet Ann. to Charles Newton r rf

\ r..r:" i also of this city. members of the Young People's |II Burge.of 1400 son of Conway Mrs. E.Rd.C. Slaughter (Spec oI to The Sunday Sentinel-Starl
Miss Poeth is member of thisyear's %?f
."r'-. a (I Service League of St. Luke's Both Miss Vaughan and Mr. ; TITUSVILLE Mr. and Mrs.
class of Orlando
;{ :f' graduating Charles P. Koch of Hamilton N.
1 Senior School. Mr. Deweywas Cathedral to be at the cathedral Burge attended Orlando Senior
: High
:.-. ..: ; '. lIP''J.*"" discharged from the U. S. grounds between 2:45: and 3 pm. I High School and are now attending : Y.. announce the approaching
t I marriage of their daughter. Mar-
.r.-_ .II JP' -- :.: Coast Guard a year ago. after today in order to attend the Cen- Orlando Junior College. They ion Augusta Koch to Ewell Nelson
I. of the
.. both active members
serving overseas in the South Pa- tral Deanery meeting at the Holy are
t.iii'1t McLester. son 'of Mrs. L. L. Wittof
Church of this
Church In Sanford First I
cific theater during the war. Cross Episcopal I Miami. The wedding will be an
Plans for the wedding will be Young People's Episcopal city.Plans event of June 7. helena rubinstein'swaterproof
will be i
for the wedding
announced later.Persollals Leagues within a radius of 50 Miss Koch'is completing her
j or more miles -will be present announced later. I
St. Luke's league is scheduled to second year as commercial teacherin
: I the local high school. Mr. Mc-
Jffiirf;; I present an interesting talent pro- reports will be given Mrs.
'jJ lJllu/l.l Lester is employed as a mechanicat mascara
; Mrs. John Trott left Saturdayto i gram on this 'occasion New i Julian Carter is in charge of entertainment the local Correct Craft boat
,," spend a month visiting relatives : officers of the league elected this I and Mrs. J. J. Edwards Before to Titusville
-' '" and friends in Erie. Pa. i I past week to serve for the ensuing I and Mrs. P. W. Griffin in plant. coming
I he five in the military
Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendonand i year are: Jack Kelk. president: charge of the social hour. I spent years -
emir the' eam-- daughter Jeanette are spend- I Julie Phillips vice president: I I 000 I service. stays putSwim..shower..enl'oY <
The couple will reside here for
answer to every music lover's dr' of a ing this weekend in Marianna, i Gertrude! Carey, recording secretary Fairvilla P-TA will meet Wed- the Summer.
with Dr. McLendon's mother Mrs. I ; Robert Melrose corresponding nesday at 2:30: pjn. at the school :
piano size organ that will produce full, rich cathedral T. R. McLendon who is ill. I secretary: William Benton, : for a special business meeting. I I historians ,
I I treasurer Ne wofficers will assume 000 English say
tones. The most demanding organists laud its scope and versatility John Cabot and his Sebastian
a their duties on May 18. Lucerne Rebekah Lodge No. 36 a weepy movie.w ATI i MO 01 :
in interpreting the merest whispered notes ranging to rafter-ringing 000 I will meet Thursday at 8 pjn. at reached the North American con-
manual with sub-bass the I Women's Society of Christian the Fraternal Bldg. Initiationwill tinent a full year before Colum- MAICAIA won't run, won't smudge, won't betrayyou.
crescendo It has a single six-octave on Service of the Concord Park' be featured Refreshments bus.

keyboard in place of foot pedals. The simplicity of the console Methodist Church will hold its will be served in the banquet.halL I Your lashes will look longer, silkier, glamorous
regular monthly business and 000 1
I fry Saturday at 6 pm. at La
blends handsomely with any type of furnishings. program meeting at the church Woman's Bible Class of the Coterie Club on Lake Conway for ... and 'stay that way! Helena Rubinstein
tomorrow at 3 Mrs. Florence
pjn. First Baptist Church will meet the purpose of raising funds for
1 Philips will be guest speaker. with Mrs. W. C. Fought and her the completion of the woman's
d.1' in &droaio CyalfS o o I gives drama that will last and last!
you eye
I I daughter. Mrs. D. G. Miller 31 W. club building The party Sat-
Orlando Chapter 131, Order of Gore Ave. on Thursday at 11 am. : urday will be the final event 'in
: ;
The true, resonant organ tones of the Minshall-Estey are actually Eastern Star, will meet tomor- I| for a covered dish luncheon followed this fund raising drive The Black, brown and heavenly blue ., 1.00

produced by a moving column of air, as in a pipe organ, and row at 8 pjn. at the Masonic by a meeting. Mmes. Jim Burden Robert Mitchell -"I
'emple They will honor Mrs. 000
and William Wallace are in
diffused the whether a small chapel or large Tarjr Turner. Grand Electa of the ] I ,
throughout room > ; Chapter V of PEO will have a charge of arrangements The
church M rand Chapter of Florida i covered dish luncheon Friday at public invited.
auditorium. Here at last is the perfect organ for home, ,'here will also be a Mother's Day 12:30: pm. with Mrs. A. H. Helm I 000 I

auditorium or funeral chapel, priced at only $1125. program. 000 1128 W. Yale Ave. Mrs. R. B. Grand Ave.. P-TA board entertained McELROY'S

SHADE YOUR HOUSEand I II Chapter AC of PEO, will meet Heim will be host I'f tat' the with Swanee a banqyst Rlvl- Tea this Room.week

!Ji. Joni at the tame tine beautify it I tomorrow at 8 pjn. at the homeof Pine Castle Woman's Club Is I honoring the faculty* embers and
by having us make awnings for Dr.: Elizabeth F.: Mochrie.: 450Holt entertaining with a hamburger 1 principal of the school.
Designed i acoustically to duplicate the action of a 16-foot your windows. Many novel patterns Ave.. Wmter tark Business I
and color schemes to choose I of the evening will be in
Diapason pipe.Before. from. We are awning headquarters I charge of Mrs. S. S. Harris, vice ,
for we make all kinds and all sizes
and shapes for all poss-ble pur president, in the absence of Mrs.
You Invest. INVESTIGATE poses. Let us measure up your job Annie E. Raehn. president I
so you can measure up our prices. The program will be presented by I '2outof3HOUSEWIVES '

: Mrs. Anna Keene on the subject .,:. .
England. t

ROBINSON MUSIC CO. Awning & Venetian Blind Co. i Cherokee o Council o o No. 12, De- j

7M W. Smith AT*. Phone Z- MJSerrlnr I rree' of Pocahontas will meet COOK WITH GAS! ;: I''

531 N. Orange Ave. Tel. 6303 Central florida Tuesday at 8 pjn. at the Fraternal I IBJdg. :
*' ., drill .
HA TERMS I follow by practice.. j

.. Orlando Girl Scout Council will
hold its monthly meeting Tuesdayat GREENS FUEL IS THE PREFERRED
10:30: ajn. at the Little House
/ All members are urged to attend .
this important meeting. MODERN GAS SERVICEr'

DUPLEX Rev. Fred 000The G. Las e. formerly ,

missionary to the Belgian :.... .
Congo. will show his colored moving I uKe ITS SPEED .' '
pictures on the Belgian Con- ,
go Tuesday at 7:30 pin. at the ..r' FLEXIBILITY ,
St. Paul's Lutheran Church, cor- :'
Come see for yourself the new FROSTAIB ner of E. Church and S. Lake Sts. AND CLEANLINESS!
all the Refreshments will be served.
Duplex-with time-saving, step- 000Miss

saving conveniences you've dreamed about. Mildred Mead Smith of theLegion

No more defrosting! No more dish covers; Auxiliary Unit No. 19 urges \
you keep more food in FROSTAIH than in all executive board members to be I iiO
present at the dinner-meeting
Lettuce and cake
ordinary refrigerators.
stay Tuesday at 6:30: pm. at the Lake
fresh for days! FROSTAIR'S five large trays Eola Hotel.
make 90 ice cubes every other hour with: n O O I 1 LIKE ITS LOW COST !i '
4, instant cube release. 1 ,,.,i:. Business Woman's Circle of the +
Sts First Presbyterian Church will AND STORM PROOF ?
And here FROSTAIS'S big news! A 3.5 cu. t I meet Tuesday at 6 pjn. in the
ft frozen food locker stores 130 lbs of meat : church dining hall for its monthly DEFEMDAB.LITV

t or 80 qts. of fruits and vegetables at 0*- meeting Supper will be serv-
perfect for the frozen foods in future. ed at 6 pm. by members of Mrs. .
your ; e M. *a.
J. Moss' I
Circle Bible study ,
will be conducted by Mrs. M. W. / L-L ,
a.., cu. n.DUU" lirilatlATOI Boor auxiliary president. Mrs. ;
t I Bertha Martin will be In chargeof ,
IIIS..A SIFAIATI riOZSM IOOD LOCKII the inspirational program I. .- I
Year books will be distributed at -
BINS-Each bin stores over a O O .
bushel of frozen food tin 4 Eunice Delaney Bible Class of .' I
elide out .osi have ovto- the First Baptist Church will holda I .
t .: uKE irs onoauss t
_tic safety stops covered dish luncheon at 12 ,
pjn. Tuesday at the church followed NOW-POISONOUS O
w by. the regular business !
meeting '- : !

handles at front Orlando Newcomers Club will ,- \ ,. :
and bock of storage bins" hold an informal swimming /4/ .
woke removal for packing ; at the Solarium Tuesday begin-party .- : .:.:..' k '
and cleaning "'Y. LII ning at 10 a.m. All members ; ..... :
are urged to bring their families .

Reservations for box lunches .
may be made with Mrs. Gladys
Pettis not later than Monday. I
o o o .

FINEST INSULATION ZERO.,Unwavering. No.American 19, will hold Legion its Auxiliary regular meeting Unit j
d ... -
zero ronir It
To FtOSTAll'i frezwi
keep at the Legion Home Wednes- ]
I in locker
IiI...aI......... food locker constantly" r ...... motor was built because to do day at 8 P-m. James Grant I
tero cold.4 Y! of Fib.r- will be the guest speaker j
A lab sealed hi the outer f1JALWAYS ,safely,dependably. Grant, winner of the Knights of I

_q,.Crkp cold stays InjkJtdtM =--- Pythias State-wide Public Speak- Systems installed anYwhere on a refundable deposit basis
beat stays out. dependability ancl1' ing Contest, will discuss Juvenile M
-refrigwatmg Delinquency.Ch II
.- salts do f.r. |lobs I* II I It n ar
FtOSTAI One pow xi the Delta Delta Delta Alliance will 24 HOUR SERVICE SINCE 1932
Fnosun Is a product of liquid Carbonic Corp. 4O'nfrig.rotorM other hold its monthly meeting Wednes-
takers of industrial r.fdg.rotloa.guipot, for ct, a.L the 0* food locker. day at 8 p.m. at the Delta Shel-
over 43 y....._The General tire&Rubber Co. ter. 512 S. Main St.

IMMEDIATE DELIVERYKING'S next those Clinic FalL.will children Street be The held entering Pre-School Fairvilla Wednesday school Pre-Are for NflTURRL fIItiI! flPPLIflnCE 10

GENERAL TIRE SERVICE Th School Are yat9a.m.atthe 000Wrdne5day Clinic will be schooL held ; : ( :

329 State St. Phone 7223 its final meeting Music Wednesday Club will hold at 3 II ORLONDO, Phone 4676 1249 N. Orange SAH70RD, Phone 1252 Fla. State Bank Bldg.
pjn. with Mrs. Thomas P. Parker.
720 Delaney Park Dr. .-. Annual

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BEACH COTTAGES I Autoist Runs Down and her mother down as they I bruises and shock. Miss Swanson FOR THE HONE
1 suffered face and body bruises.
Brazil Revolt'Plot'Smashed walked along a sidewalk, and then
LONGBOAT, KEY Girl 20 Then dragged her to some bushes where 8. A Store Full of the Things Needed Every Day
he beat and.tried to attack her. Stores Strikes Called Off Whether Cooking or Cleaning.Tel. .

Sarasota, Florida Tries To;Attack Her The man, ''for whom an Inten- OAKLAND CaL [APJ The pro- 6104 Household Dept.
sive police search began soon longed strike at the Kahn's and'I
OMAHA tAP] Marjorie Swanson after"the Incident fled when men I Hastings department stores,
Exclusive two-bedrpom cottages on a high 20. told from her hospital searching for her approached the which flared into a general strike I Hardware Co .
RIO. DE JANEIRO [API Gen.| bed yesterday how a motorist I bushes Miss Swanson said. I early last December, ended yester- Joseph BUMBY .
Bluff with the Gulf of Mexico at your front Zenoblo da Costa, commander turned his car suddenly from the I Her mother; only person at the day in a joint union-management I w Chareb St.
the Rio tie Janeiro military region,1I wrong side of the street ran her I scene when police arrived suffered announcement of settlement.
Modern Completely Furnished \1 .
door. announced yesterday that a budding -
I plot against the Government
Private'Garage. of Pres. Eurico Caspar Dutra was !
smashed with the arrest of a A I
number of sergeants. '
A Paradise for ChildrenMr. Da Costa made no reference to
the. political color of the alleged

and Mrs. W. Lyall Thompson Phone 7-9752 plot newspaper, but Diaric the
da Noticias sale a
its aim was to restore .
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Pres. GetulioVargas
to power
The announcement 3
.. 1 came at a
L-.t \:t.-. .,-. critical momenin
h l II ..- Brazilian poli

)! J J. .J N -:;:' the tics.plot Apparent was discovered -

: ,, \_- I about the J
I time the Gov-

a fFo/ 1y ;? I ernment drastically movedVargas against the Communists -I ,

this week closing down the

party's national headquarters and ; FIRST CAR OF PRE-WAR J
The SHERATON PLAZA 445 clubs after the supreme elec- :
toral tribunal had outlawed the ,. ..
Directly on the world's most famous beach invigorating larty. ,. ,.' .
ocean breezes, the best aU year climate for
The administration was busy
sports and recreation. New swimming pool I and yesterday reinforcing a "iteel
cabanas. Special Summer Rates. Write or wire for ring" intended to isolate the .: QUALITY BEDDING-NO
reservations. Communists from outside links
John E.Leonard,Ceo.Mgr by strict control of airports, ... ;.

ONE OF THE 27 SHERATON HO'TELSVACATION railroads Vargas in highways a speech and before ports.the

Senate said he was not seeking a DELA Y-GET. YOUR ORDER r _
return to power declared himself> 1
OR WEEKEND against any agitation which would
disturb public order, and pledged
himself to defend the legally con-

t t stituted Government. IN TODAY! : ,

Sacred Cow Pilot 1 ,- .'. "

PUN VOl/K/ i KIP THIS YEAR Misses 'Dad's Day' .

Your Motor Club Will Advise you Where to Go, Where to I It
your Stop reservations-and What to See. Also best roads and even make For Mother's Day

If you arr not a member, find out why IT PAYS TO BE _
LONG. Annual dues only $12.00. $3.00 enrollment fee. Col. Henry T. Myers, pilot of the

Maps Tour Books-Protection -Service Presidential plane The Sacred
Cow. broke up his first"'Father's
Day" with his 11-day old son yes- I

ORLANDO <> BRANCH terday spend so that Mother's President Day Trumancan today ,

with his mother ,in Grandview j'
Florida. Motor Club
Mo. '
t EN ru... Aat 40f ..... ( (NTUI PHONE )()." The four-engined C-54 took off

.it rV t" Belong from here for a non-stop flight
to Baltimore where the U. S. I II'
Ambassador to Mexico Walter .
Thurston and his mother. Mrs.
\ John Thurston. will be left so
that Mrs. Thurston can. go to
Johns Hopkins Hospital for a
routine examination. '
sans (i
Then the plane will fly to National "
Airport In Washington m x a ea !

with Gen. Lrobardo C. Ruiz, a si j'i3
Mexican military attache InWashin&ton
and his aide i
Myers and his crew then have
-i .
time for a few hours sleep before '

..:." ,... taking off for Grandview today 1 T49143 2PYa1 )I!@} q .
SR46 ...
aSS.Ty aC
\ ,
d with President Truman and his S. 85 ib6l9t0 E 4
o".o:: : :." party aboard. I' !,Tf+ i ti..9 q 32i i K bYF943A'l t07Bt44 r''' Q
; .o t11C.b' ,tM tee + +fVQ z+ C P9@i8519Ra .4 mG
o .0 ia
"",' ,o' 1f1f1'-.o... f/ \\1. \,,,\ Berlin AirportFire ai.sasKea ..
t 0 r
\\ thff
.,.. ,01T" ,eO ..''1
.,. f' Plot Hinted
,. o '"
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r, .0 \\Of' 'tfM .' '0' BERLIN AP] Provost 'Marshal's -
111 rt"oe.G ,,{\",4- .,..'0, tsd>fI> ,kMs' 'a office'said yesterday a fire
co" ( -oil in the
\ t-tI" \.. \ 'o"o\' salvage dump of Temple-
M Ma e..P hof Airdrome which is controlledby
a ttk e"' as" .\t .,... the American Air Force was
tJ0'0' "ws ,, -.0" believed to have been set by in-
.. cendiarists. ..
.01' #f6
-" ..". ." While German police and Amer
.. I :
r--, _
f \ ,
oft \1' 0- o ot54eM Scan soldiers were investigating ,
b t fiC the blaze, this
ur h report said an unknown -
oil:\ fired three shots
t o person
t. '" from an elevated railway track. None
y"a.t Yrt' I was injured.

The average U. S. farm is now SIMMONS
about 195 acres in size a 50-acre
Increase since 1920 and a 20-acre
jump since 1940.

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....,....v,._uait for an actress slat Orlando Florida May 11 1947 Sic ferntton frfttltafl-frtar
Pravda I ed for a leading part in the Berlin Page 251 Bubble Gum Flown. .. .. I gum was flown from Oakland mu-
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production of The Russian. Question t nicipal airport to the Philippine
a play which depicts someU. '' To PhilippinesOAKLAND.l 1 aboard a plane of the Philippines
S. newsmen as bribe-taking GOP Leaders Reject Air Research J'Hess Bares'U.S.'Plot' r fair line.
anti-Soviet propagandists. I Cal. [UP] Children I
S.'Coercion'MOSCOW Cost of the
The Communist Party newspa-I in the Philippine Islands have sending gum by air
said other "foes" of the Kon- will raise the in the
per their bubble delivered air price Philip
gum by
stantin Simonov play which open- : even if it does cost pines from cent stick .
of LiberalsINDIANAPOLIS I I more that way. one a to six
yesterday TAP that Pravda an American declar- ed "blackmail last week x in x Berlin x to force resortedto the Censure I Bog Emphasized On Britain Almost 7.000 pounds of bubble or seven cents a stick.

I clal had threatened six months German actors not to participate. I
Officials of the U. S. Informa- [AP] Republican State chairmen ST. LOUIS [UPI The United WASHINGTON (AP Rudolph
tion Control Division in Berlin from 17 Central and( Western States yesterday warmly debated States is five to 10 years behind Hess deputy Nazi Fuehrer who
said the Pravda accusation was In basic research in aircraft. MaJ. made Ills own secret mission to
but discarded a proposal which would have
Inarvels oftomorrov "sheer nonsense" and that they finally :Gen. Curtis E. LeMay. Army Dep- Britain during the war. told Brit- (WAIWTRADE I II
were "amused by such inven- censured Republicans in Congress who have "failed" to go uty Chief of Staff for Air said ons the United States coveted the ::
tions."] along with: the GOP Party program. yesterday. 1 British, Empire. .
Commentator Yurt Korolkov, The; group comprising State LeMay who commanded the Details of the conversation Hess '
1. who signed the Pravda article chairmen from 13 Midwesternand 0'I I!Rocky Mountain States were said B-29 fleets that laid waste to held with the Duke of Hamilton MARK REG. :
said the actress threatened with four Rocky Mountain States have Japan's cities' I after the Nazi had landed in an
to objected to the formal I 1. Guard
Imprisonment was Lola Mattel unanimously dopted a 600-word slap. I during the war.. airplane In England in May 1941, Against Burglars f
and that she was living with her resolution commending the work A. T. Howard of Nebraska who told the St. Louis t were contained in the final vol- 2. Controlled Ventilation
family in Switzerland when she of the 80th Congress to date and later was elected new chairmanof Air Fair of 1947 i ume of an eight-volume series on 5 1 !
was invited to play the part of j asserting "truly deliberate and the Midwest State Chairmen's that'"our hands Nazi Aggression published by the 3. Keeps Out the Heat ,
Jessie in the production. representative government "1 & Assn. to succeed Willis B. York are tied. We do War Department and released I N
I being restored in Washington. of Iowa. said the censure proposalwas not have the last night.A 4. Storm Protection
commentator said the play I But they hit a snar in their discussed' at length but no money." transcript of the talks. In
was "not at all directed against closed session when three unnamed action was taken. "Even with the which Hess offered Britain a sep- For Wi.fI.wI aid Doors 5. A Blind for Privacy
America or the American people : Central States' represen- lie said it was aimed at those knowledge gain- arate peace by guaranteeing Brit- Ideal for rorcatsOPERATES
I Ia but against certain elements of tatives reportedly proposed censure who "run under one banner ed from captured ain's Empire possessions in return FROM INSIDE
I the American press. I of the so-called "Uberals"In and desert that banner." German documents Congress for "deserting" the Fred H. Johnson, Columbus. and from I[ trol in conquered Europe, contained WITHOUT RAISING WINDOW
Refrigerator cars are often party program. O. was named vice chairman of i, co operating these statements by Hess:
used in Winter to transport com- Chairmen from Wisconsin the association and the next I German scientists "German has no designs on
I modi s that might be damaged I home of the once-powerful LafoU meeting was fixed for late Sep- America is] I II America. The so-called German
freezing. lette Progressives, and from the
by tember at Omaha. I I still five to 10 LeMay peril was a ludicrous figment of
'I years behind." he declared. imagination. Hitler's interestswere
PhiladelphiaPays I, The military budget now calls European.
for the purchase of only 1,600 air- "If we made peace now, Amer-
POWER TOOLS craft a year despite the recom- ica really wanted to Inherit the
for Penn'Rowbottoms' mendation of the President's Air British Empire.

Co-ordinating Committee for pro- Hess proposed England should
FOR RENT curement of 3,400 aircraft each have a completely free hand in the
i year to "guarantee minimum Empire with the sole reservationthat
safety" LeMay said.
Britain should
return Ger-
PHILADELPHIA [uP Univer- "In view of what other na-
SAVE: TIME MONEY EFFORT many's former colonies.
j aWe sity of Pennsylvania,students may tions are known to be doing in The Nazis, preparing to start
have their "rowbottoms"-but the the field of basic research. he
0 offer you the opportunity to rent motor driven university has to dig down in its added, "the United States must European of War. made secret
I tools by the hour day or week for repair or construction jeans to pay for damage to public spend comparatively large sums surveys hostilities London long .before
world property.The for research and developmenteven sr
city of Philadelphia received I I
to keep up.
Paint Sprayers Bench and SkHSaws. Floor and Cabinet Sanders checks totaling $376 from Penn. "If she is to gain the leadership Poland Set To Import TWO COATS INFRARED BAKED SYNTHETIC ENAMEL
Polishers. Electric Drills, Small Welder Power Lawn lIower.Hed&'e covering damages to fire appara- necessary for national safety she M GAUGE RUST.RESISTING STEEL REDUCES ROOM
Five Million
tiSr S Clipper and many others. tus and personal losses of fire- I must spend even greater sums. Raw Hides TEMPERATURE AS MUCH AS ISLet *.
men during the student rowbot- I WARSAW rAP Poland facing
tom last November. Firemen Schedule Meet an acute leather shortage is preparing Us Weather-Condition Your Home
YOUNG'S TOOL RENTAL During the student rally. the| i to import over 5 million' Foi fee estimate, without any ebfijttio whatsoever un ...
WeafrWr-cftr/fng fabric to demonstrators took boots helmets''I MIAMI BEACH (IAP] A three- pounds of raw hides from Argen- A representative win be tent to you imm.di.Uly. Terms yp to
and raincoats from fire engine day convention of the FlondaState tina and Mexico. 36 months bt
June In January and! a may "used.
100 W. Washington St. Phone 8454 Firemen's Assn. will
,as well as firefighting items. open I First shipments are expected .
rtfepaft overcoaft and muff. I The treasurer said the university here Monday. Speakers during the : shortly under an agreement sign- Florida
for to tnunumt for cmcranf felt it should pay the damages meeting will include Atty. Gen.I: ed by the Central Administration Appliance & Supply Inc.Formerly ;
although it believed the crowd J. Tom Watson, State Supt./of j of the Leather Industry with those .
Home Insulation
colfum- ( )
was made up of many persons who Public Instruction Colin English countries.
To litlill had no connection with the uni and H. F. Hinton state supervisor It estimated the raw materialswill I 953 Orange Ave.
of trade and industrial education. .be
versity. sufficient for the manufac-
I Orlando Phone 6890 Winter Park Phone 708
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Ants and Directors Plead for Homely

A CLEAN way to eliminate ants and Insects
insects is the new chalk crayon which Girls in Film Productions

1 y, [I)1ftIiL) contains is drawn in 10 a per quarter cent DOT.to half-inch The chalk line / / HOLLYWOOD [UP] A toj}p director said yesterday that' WINTER PARK COMPLETE AUTO SERVICEA.

around where they enter and throng what the movie industry nee led was homely girls. I I
Highly effective, this insecticide / Hollywood is the only cit(' in the country, Irving Rap- K. SUMMERS G. N. SIIIREY EARL OVERSTKEET BED O'ERS'IBEETFORMERLY

1 spells death to insects that cross the /ii per said, where all the girls are beautiful. It's great,. he V

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INSECTS get the chalk substance on q, street scene," he explained "the I the world's beauty crop for being !
their feet which they clean with their only girls I can hire are shapely unable to resist the magnetismof I FEATURING
feelers they then clean feelers with // and graceful. You can't tell methere's movies
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their mouths, absorbing the DDT ,, a street in the country "But It's painful to see all these I

which kills them. When this chalk is who where wobbl you don't s." see some woman girls pouring into Hollywood i e Tire Recapping c Expert Paint & Body Work
where the when 90 per cent of them or more I
the ,
drawn around places
/ He had the same trouble pick-
I will be woefully disappointed in a 9 Vulcanizing o MechanicalVork
insects gather, they will eventually ,/ ing extras for a nightclub scene film career" he said.
t cross the lint. It can be used where / when he made Voice of the Tur- "They don't realize it, butthey're .I OUR NEW LOCATION:
be and where tle at Warner Bros.
powder cannot applied depriving the rest of the w
spray might be dangerous. "All the girls were beautiful." country of beauty that would bed i I 121 E. LYMAN PHONE 46
i I he said. "I told the casting office much more keenly appreciated
Chalk Line DDT Crayon I : This has rot to stop. New F' ford or Des Moines." I
There's no nightclub in the -- u
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stream of beauty continues he
foresees a sad fate for the movies.
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Orlando Florida 11 1947 life and leadership In the Mrs. E. Brewster I Mrs. Nat Claybaugn. realtor-
Page.. 26 {the[ -imuait den- ttnr1-gear May nity." Miller said "if commu'I'I!, broker.
!. Sells// Home Mrs. Brewster plans to leave for
I I prepared to carry nursing on asher ApartmentMrs. t
required by a new city ordinance health officer, members of his her Summer home at Lake Placid
u I i life profession. j I E. Brewster. 637 Hill- IN.I Y. In
Mary the next few
I will be made by the.Great- staff, and representative of Joins Drive
a .
in Orlando .
Food Handlers er Orlando scheduled Restaurant Tuesday Assn. at at a 3 I the Orange County Tuberculosis Hospital "seriously He urged consider"parents recommend-to I,i i crest for Ave 25 Orlando years has Winter sold resident her- \
and Health Avsn. will be present home and garage apartment to : SHOW CASES
Juan Hotel. Robert C. to their daughters the adop-,
pjn. in San I ing I
Mr. and Mrs. Martin
McClammy, president,. announced to explain the procedurefor For Student Nurses tion of nursing as a career"to help I I formerly of Sanford, it was announced New 6 ft Light Wood
,:Exams PlannedArrangements yesterday. said.the examinations McClammy both your youngster and your hos yesterday. at $98.00 each _
all restaurant
He urged owners. pital. l I II I Consideration for the propertywas Mfr by Hockberc Bros. *'Swa rIJl
whether members of the assoclajtlon The tuberculosis association's Joining in a nationwide drive for student nurses, In conclusion. Miller again approximately $21,000 and Slade-Booth Show Case Co.
not to attend. mobile unit will be used In I '
for chest X-ray or x-ray stressed the "deadly seriousness"of Immediate possession was given.
I Orange Memorial Hospital tomorrow will launch an in- 11* Herd Alley Phone 24271
I the
examinations for food handlers Dr. George.W. Edwards city project.ooooo00000000000000000000 i failure to obtain a sufficient The sale was consumated through
-- --- tensive Statewide campaign to obtain at least 60 student number of nurses to keep the hospital \
nurses in an effort to "overcome a serious and dangerous I operating at its present ca-
000000 shortage of nurses, which threatens the continued full I pacity.
I strength operation of the hos-
To Elect
:::.: : : pital it was announced by C. De- and other hospital personnel tomorrow : Gideons l
.. -- :. .-? Witt Miller ,superintendent.Miller : will start a Statewide tour For One Week-Stock Blinds
/" '.. before schools ; Officers Tomorrow
: : of high
; 'l appearances i
'2'.7_.,,,'".>. I pointed out that in the I and civic clubs in an attempt to Aluminum %36x64 $5.50 Steel 36x64 $3.50
: election of officers will
a'c past few there has been "an
: ; years generate interest among Florida'syoung
: be held at the Gideon breakfast Many odd sixes IB both Aluminum and Steel at frtatly reduced prices.
jpJf / alarming shortage of student women in a nursing career
k.} I tomorrow at 7:30: a.m. In the .
I and specifically to encourage en- We also have Inlaid Linoleum. Asphalt Tile, Conrolfum and
,Jui nurses over the entire nation. Asa rollments in Orange Memorial's|YMCA. Pres. A. P. Swaldmarlc said Congo Wall Linoleum.AMERICAN .
result he said. Orange Memo- nursing school. Miller said. j yesterday.
rial "today may be faced with a I I Other officers to be replaced are RUG AND LINOLEUM GO.
f The speakers will show motion !James C. Kribbs. vice-president;
curtailment of its services.
I IDUATIN..and picture films illustrating the I Dave Enlow secretary-treasurer 863 North Orange Ave. Phone 2.2488
He pointed out that this year benefits of a nursing career. ,and A. B. Johnson. chaplain. All

.GRA the danger is doubled due to the Millersatd requirements for entrance : members are urged to attend.
lit tJ a > overcrowded condition of the in me nursing school arc ;i'
hospital. I"comparatively simple" and the-

J PARKERT14I "We are in crying need of far ,course is three years. 1 ,
1 "Any young woman with a high "
rii bc more space than we have available -I school education and under 35
and yet are faced with the
years of age is eligible for entrancein '
possibility that we may have to ESTATE
training school. he explained.
curtail a part of our services because -
I "During the three-year course
i'.5O "
of a lack of nurses Miller
warned.He each student receives a small salary -
all living costs and the
uttA LustrtdoycapAt said that a minimum of 60 I plus HOME FREEZERS
finest in scientific teaching
student nurses is needed for entrance i I
training. At graduation, the stu-
i in the hospital nursing I
t dent is eligible for high paying
school this June if full strength
.private duty, work in scientific r
operation is to be continued."A I.
laboratories. in hospItals. public
l majority of our citiezns in HERMETICALLY SEALED ; '
:h ; health. Army or Navy Veterans st
: 20 pear univtniiitt... Parttr 51 /IYottd Orlando and Orange County have
I administration, child health or a
f&e mod wanted pen for groc/varton./ given or are planning to give to I! number of other interesting typesof 4
the hospital's campaign to raise I work. SELECTIVE CONTROL f
most-wanted. For the' funds for a new wing but it is
No wonder it is
ass equally important that the young lie pointed out that former
Parker"51"has so much to offer. Handsome ,; I women of our community give I ttACS. WAVES Marines or
styling precision workmanship throughout. I serious consideration to a nursing SPARS are eligible for training QUIET IN OPERATION
Here is a pen that starts instantlyfloatslike career if we are to continue to I under the GI Bill of Rights. I II
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Chapel Aged I Umaiilla ,. DELUXE DRY CLEANING

Stan et all final decree. Has e11& fad $10. Try Our BERLOU Moth Proofing Guaranteed.' Alterationsand
Orange County Nelson A. Pelet et BX to James X. Jones Orlandoans
Will Become I et u wd 110. Bertha C Watkins to ADen H Watkins Repairs-Water Proofing. Expert Spotting and
Records O. Z. Wise w David U. Dickaoa tt u im. wd $10 : Stetson Advisors Quality Finishing.CITY .
Raymond D. RclllT et. a.0 AlTa 1:. I Orlando DIY Co to City of Orlando :
Resident Kabler et nx Into 2725. DELAND-Two Orlando college IVANHOE LAUNDRY

Church WriibU Marriage'72 A.olab.ssRobbin retired. Spencer ?W.Y. .. Relnken'John A.wd Jeffcoat 110.N. et nx to Howard W. I dretnace Charles I ejemr'm: to Martin Sommer I' students have been selected as I 39 W. Colonial Di>-Fh. 7557 'I 1630 N. Or.nre-Ph. 5594

.. and Alice Cochran Johnson. 63.emynu. J. Hodnett to Oeorn Rodder et U fed $1.Edna.
Conway R o a d Presbyterian EUSTIS Miss Mary Lee Owens, Del. wd $500. I f Tonmans to Edcar G Toumans freshman advisors at Stetson University !
p. t Suit in Chancery David A. Rambo et ax to Rex McQUI Int I et ux lied $10. .
lapel will'' be organized as a 83, oldest resident of Umatllla and 1 R. Marvin Howard et ux TS Howard 3.I Co wd 110 I Conn Mutual Life Ins Co to Joseph P I for Incoming women stu- I : "t. JJi: 1il l\'ft" __ .a
I AttfmoUt *t kit inlet till*. c. W. Mann et az to T P. Taylor .t u *
i Barley I dents next Dorothy
am.A They
at are
> urch at a special meeting lifelong member of the Baptist S. M. Raesdale n Frederle Dunn-Ran- 11I.11 $110843.Thomas C Cox et nx to*A B Fuller wd $10 year.
7:3: pjn. today with a commission died Saturday after a tin et ax tel Urn. et ali P. .Taylor et ux to C. W. liana Fin Park Cem Co to Dwight. Hart Hillman daughter of Mr. and
the St. Johns Presbytery Church Fir Nat Bank TI B. R. Carney et nx wd $10.Christian rem' deed $10 '
appointed by
I I II H. JaBts YI Harriet C. Fulton Mrs. Fred C. Hillman of the SEEThe
I W R Adklnson to Martin Sommerwd
officiating. long illness. i I 'Florence' I. Lewis TI Charles George et al final decree. .
$10. Lucerne Hotel and Doloris Holly Most
The Rev. E. D. Brownlee D. D. Surviving are a brother F. R. Ferclral quiet title Mary X. Brewster to Nina A. Martin wd j W C Champion et nx TS C A Roberts I Gorgeous BLOND
of Mr. and Mrs. JAmes
adoption daughter
Earl C. OTerstreet et H Sio. .
et al final decree.O
Sanford, Is chairman of the commission Ovens Umatilla: six nieces Mrs. I jl Judeo'a Court: Nina A. Martin to Mary 1:. Brewster F. Holly of 327 Colombo Circle.
County: Ii B Moore et nx to Orady O Grimes
of the Rev.
composed and final 113.500.Leah
Tresler and Mrs. J. G. Stra- Baniell 8. Robertson first Along with 50 other students the I IN TOWN
t.Marshall C. Dendy. D. D.. Orlando I Mac report petition and letter of discharge P. Brown to Thomas O. Brown ct et nx wd $10 -
Rob- Jr wd 110Conn. Harold I: Jones et nx to Roland I' will
Mrs. T. K. Feath- cuardtanship of Caroline Schelllnc two young women help new
; Umatilla .
Malt- ker. ;
: the Rev. Fred Bremer. I Mutual Lift Int. Co. to Pla. O Iet ux wd $10.J .
land: the Rev. A. R. Lanick. D. erson Featherson Okla.; Mrs. ertson.Melri.. Shoemaker: order for attribution Humus Co. part ret mtf.X. H Adklru et nx to Eugene: Ellis etUI girls at Stetson adjust themselvesto : ,

D.. Plant City; Elder N. P. Yo ell. i John Powell, Miami; Miss Caralee mate e( Wblt WIlaoa.I report.I.scat. 8. King et u to Llola If. Ferry .cd wd $10.Theodore Sylvester tt nx to Joseph ,I college life. 0

: and Elder S. E. Ives Jr.. Orlando. I Owens. Eustis. and Mrs.' George I Charles. of Donnle I. Carroll.Carroll second Wbltmore.annual 110.Leone 8 Leary et nx wd $10. SC0TT
The new church begun a year Wimberly Lakeland and four, I:, B. DunleTy. petition for order I X. Williams tt Tlr to L. 1:. Beintt I A railroad Journey from New
I estate of Louis mfg 16435. It Is advisable to wait until the York to Jacksonville Fla.. required .
: ago as a project of the First Pres-. nephews Frank E. Owons; Eustis; I admlnlttratloa unnecessary II RADIO fjkfU ./ ,"
M Dunlery.McIvI. K.: Walker et ux to L. L. Whittle et ux
I i'i'T. tops of Narcissus bulbs turn brown 27 1-3 hours In 1900 but
: byterian Church of Orlando will J. M. and Edward Owens, both of Shoemaker order for dlstrtbutlon. '10. '
have 25 charter members. West Palm Beach and F. L. Ow- estate of O. J, Wilson. T. 1:. Walker et a Ito Arthur Baker etUI before taking them up. only 19 1-3 hours In 1944.
1 ol War-
Inventory and appraisal estate lot. Exquiaitelydesignedperiod cabinet8yea,
ens. Umatilla. caret C. Kllvert. Pie Nat Bank W. Garden to U. A. Toss
t Film Star's Doll House Services will be held Monday at John A. Kent et at petition to sell. I et ux antWilliam. EXPERTWATCH INGRAM & INGRAM but it's the "elegant engineering" in-
ettate of Alfred Abraham Kent. Rostra star tt UK to Ursula
side that makes
Uma- the
graveside in Scott the world's fin-
5 from
pjn. Inventory and appraisal estate of Inctr- Plambeau wd '10. REPAIRING OPTOMETItISTS
i Attracts 3,800 Here till cemetery. The Rev. William bog Byson. i iI Lawrence Wallace Powell tt nx to John est in radio-phonograph combinations.
officiate. InatrtMMftta FIIW.. P. lean tt nx wd tlO.Klaaam Specializing In Swiss and Amer- luecessorc MEAD'S
;, Approximately 3.800 persons in- Boland will I Emmie H Harrell l- et sir to P. B. 8urI Builders Supply Co Inc to C. I'j: scan Watches. 8 Days Service.
inspected; silent screen star ColleenMoore's I I I !I .tiltte Jr et MX am.Qeorie Hudson claim of lien. NMr.hU.\ inndsys. Holidays IUC
( Oeorie L. Bpeltht tt ux to Billiard
its I, W. Sblmer et nx to HerMrt'L.8h..r ORLANDO
: doll house, with fabulous :, Obituaries Halliburton wd tlO. JEWELRY
et $3200.
collection of miniature objects I i MR.V.. L. KICKLIGIITER ', Harry nx L. ante Conant et nx to David W. J. 8..laton et ux to N. P. Porter tt u ,256 S. Orange Corner Jackson 1$4 N. Orange Ave. Phone SIS4iiiiiiiiiiiin

during the 10 days It was on II William L. Kick- Whlddea et a. wd f 10. wd 110.A. : i
I EUSTIS Mr. F. Anita Shear et Tlr to Oeorft W. T. Doraer .t nx to Howard C. Brocks
display here at 358 N. Orange lighter. 43. died Saturday at his Bhimrr et ux wd ..to.I ISt I nx wd SIO.Jeremiah i iI
Ave. under auspices of the Lions I| Booker T. Htlmt ot 'lax to Paul Tattl S. Young to James A. Otrwicksm. I
; .
Rose St. home in Umatilla. Surviving I :."1"1111"1'1111'1'1'1'1'1'' '' '' '' '' '' '' '' 11111'11111111 1111 ILIIIIIIIIII''' '' '' ''i''it'it ii mil inn lI I n 1111111111111111"l
et ux mtc 13575.i :
Club. are his widow Mattle Lou; i J. .. Heater to R. M. Cook .* al wd (10 I P. .?' Watner et ux to Bathes Inc mfg -
before the exhibit-closed ,I' ., Fir Ped Bar '&&00. r
Shortly Paul BullUan ux to
five Herman. William.. Ralph. Zorlan Jr tt to P. I.f I
sons Edward H. ux
8000.I I
and Loan Atan cot '
last night. 2.050 adults and 1.657children John and Pat: one daughter. Sed-j 1 K. H. Perdue to Paul Sullivan et U wd I Wagner et nx wd (1. I Venetian i iI
had filed past the doll $10. P. X. Warner et nx to J. X. Neeley Jr
na ,all of Umatilla; two I Payo Relnao to.K. H. Perdne part tljnte ., ux wd $1. .
house. Leon and Jimmy both of Savannah I $700.' (2)) Howard V. Cram tt M to Clyde Mmknttt
; Buford Vaughan. general chairman Mrs. R. B. Mason I Raymond: P. Warden .t nx to Harold K.I ux wd tlO. t.
six slsterst
; James J. Beau tt u to Harry X. West
; said proceeds from the exhibition I > Bebbard et ux sits (2000.Wjman I Blinds ? i
both of .
and Mrs. M. O. Cannon I M. Wilton et nx to Ray P. Wor- wd 110.P.
would be devoted
Helena. Ga. Mrs. J. R. LlnvUle den et ux wd 110. Bryant Xaten: u to J. W. Klttlnt zi ,'
club to its Braille School for the : Prank C Boardman .t mx to Kfflo Leo tt nx IIILCarollD'
and Mrs. Edith Richardson. both van Olson to U. Xllxabetb:
wd 110I
Blind. of Jacksonville: Mrs. C. A. Strick I I Mabel a. Helier to Ira J. Johnston et 8. t Bucclarelllt et Tlr ,m. i I ordered I ft
I I 1 wd 110 Fred K. Kendall to tt nx to Fir Fed my Beauty ;
:; Legion Post To Meet land.; Savannah. and Mrs. T. D. :: Plr Ped Bar and Loan Assn. to W. IN Bar and Loan Asia mtc IftOOO t
I 1:. Kendall
Beulah Satterwhltt to Fred
Sikes. Claxton. Ga. Cossln et ax 1m.I 1 Biff" Blinds from ,
Clark Phillips Post 227. tt txecutrlx deed tlO ,
Marion Services will be held Mondayat I I Stephen J. Bowt et az to Fir Mat Bank ux '
Eugene-WI. to Clyde L BiifersUff k
American Legion will hold ItsJkregular I 2:30: pm. from the Baptist r colt Orlando$7200.DOT. Co. to Stephen J. Bon et al. part rel ...t.. Radbill-They offer tI.. .
meeting Wednesday at 8pm. I Church. Umatilla. Interment will ux wd PrMt.tt T. 8U.U U N.U Seaward OUrs -.: !.
in the Legion Hall. All members I Fir ::: Bank at Orlando to Orlando I deed $10.Carl ,"' -
to attend. ,II be In Umatilla Cemetery. William I, DeT. Co. part ret mtt.Kltsam I I. Ulller et.us to D. R. Hines tt
are urged Zeller Funeral Home Is in charge Builder.' Supply Co. to Tel Ben.Ftnfrock a. wd $10.
Industries Inc. to Louis X.Oabel W. L. Convene tt al to Oeorie B. Carter ; Unsurpassed Sound reproduction..
of arrangements.MR. I I sat of Uen. 14>. I tt ux qed 110. ONE WEEK DELIVERY
*) Harry D. Mortan et nx to Ptr Nat Bankat New' Homes Ine to O W. Crew et ux ,m. 24-tvbw circuit for maximum performance
(e. LOST 51 POUNDS mt $10.000 I Am Fire and Cal Co. to O. W., Crew etUI
R. B. BENCINIEUSTIS ( and |power re>t.rv* ...
Orlando Div Co to Harry D. Worsen ot am. NOTHING DOWN $5 PER MONTH
v -Mr. Richmond Banks ax wd 10. J. B. May et m to W. B. Waterman mtf. i i Pr.clsion.cord chanter... -"""""""
I, Plr Nat Bank at Orlando to Orlando 11300 i
.lit.. c..Iy P1m Bencinl. 49. former Orlando resident ref mtc.Xuiene Will B. Courson et al to Arthur B.Williams .
Standard FM and Intwmaflonol short
died Saturday at his High- K. Iniram et ux to D. Arnold et al sm. ; ( wve.
Slims Down Figure Wheeler et nx wd (10 Lydia Jefferson to W R Smith mtf 1400
? I Hand Ave. home here.A i Oeorie Howard Leila Alberta Grooms to Thomas O Mahaffry Prtttur.twitch tuning separate b William H. Howard to ;
u,..D.U.Hawk_T_taya: resident of Eustis for 11 years. e' ux ,11I. (2). wd $10. I TAILORED TO FIT, EACH WINDOW t tI treble) control
One I weened. 170 Iba.Now 119 Mr. Benclnl had been associated B. W. Barnum et al to Jane H. English.Iecutor'a : Bllllt Cox tt al to Arthur Puller wd $10. I = !
Iba. Lost wort* awl lacteal wit* t deed $10.000. I W L McCoy to James W Chlldi tt oxsm. '$-Inch coaxial dynamic spanker for maximum
dcliooua AY&S Viumw Candy with B. O. Anderson in S. A. I John W. Johnson to Richard J. Melfert RUSTPROOF HARDWARE !
NduaoPlaa."Youraperiraosry Fields and Co. Altoona citrus wd 10. B L Ownbey et nx U J W Maddox at fkte lity.
ar'aa1 mat be theeease bat I Ward-Barnum-BchulU Inc to Robert W. UX wd $10.J .
F Hot radiacmf pin.Very packers and shippers.At : PearsaU et nx wd 10. I W Maddox et M to B L Owenby etUI WOOD-ALUMINUM-STEEL A selection of exquisite period cabinets
Must Sbow ttotdu or the time of his death he was City of Winter Park cancellation of Men. mtc 11230.i I I
AionerBack.la .. Co. Emma Dlnsmoro to Joseph DAcostlno i James Wesley King to Mary Prances or custom installation if you prefer.
owner of Silver Glen Products .
dilMoal--.1IiF: I wd $10.Ia J King wd $10.
8wdMaI dact.areM.. > manufacturing fruit jams and jel- Ins to Alice Plsher wd (.to.C. 1 Fir Ped 8a? and Lean Assn to Henry
IM Fsraaan loot 14 tw IS lies. A. Prance et ox to P. John Franco I Alvin o\t.\: ux sm I Call 2-4167 for Free Estimate/ i iI HUt AND m
... .. ..
p 4o a .. m fowok wd (10 121. Fir Fed Loan Ain to Booker The NtW SCOTT
w *with ta.AYUS VUav. I Mr.. Benclnl leaves his widow. i I 1 Elvira: RicketU et al to James B. Walker T Helms et nx a.Eusrne .

aiaCaM7..PIaa.No ftIr Ia. N.dn.a. No la.. Bess; a daughter Betty Ellen Eus- sm James B. Walker et nx to Ply Fed Bar Wise to John C Reams .t nxsm. I RADBILL VENETIAN BLIND CO. ; Before You Invest INVESTIGATE
tlv..Yoa...- atry.... tis; his mother Mrs. E. A. Benclnl; and Loan Aun mtc 1000. John C Reams ., nz to W H Wake-
...,.-.pata---halts a brother. Robert and two sisters 0. Wayne Oray to J. W. 1. Beck wd man et nx wd $10.

-r*eUiaaa F*eat them AYDS dower Ya Stagpl Cud w hag yoaenior Mrs. E. E. Headen and Mrs. D. B. ,, 10., John Lucas et ux to Nora Nix et al wd* I et L ux X sm.Carrltan Mils. eII to Oscar LtTtrttte 1836 Hollenbeck Drive f ROBINSON MUSIC CO.

r rectad. Abaolauiy hanrieaa 4Uy/aupBl- Tearum. all of High Point. N. C. and Boland Ine to Allen H
MtntaocB AYDS QK.NOW,ptejor 111"J Services will be held at 10 am. !, (10Wallace H. Thurston Tt Urtrouc, Crook- Watkins Shirley mtx C Esslncton$41 0. to Fred a Uerrt- Orlando, Florida Phone 2-4167 i 11IODERMZE-Turn in your old radio or piano

SIROCD'S REXAIX DRUG Sunday from William Zeller Fu- man et nx wd $10. S 1'1' 111,1, 5.5. I 1"1" nisi' II I I I''t"I"I'II"I"t"I"I"I"II'III"I"1' ''I I I 1., 1'1 111"111"1"1"1'" '.r 531 N. Orange Ave. Tel. (303
neral Home. Dr. Merle H. Ander- I!! K_ .Vil_na/t tn UloVi t>r.ln. fnr fiirth- t Charles M Hendrtx et nx to Xdwln: C
ZM N. Orange rtl a.IM Orange i j UC BlUppCU MJ m*" f UUlfc iUi
i. Orani sonApplication will officiate. The body will i er services and burial.


MT. DORA-Prayer 1 .
Mr. Fred O. Wolff. 69. who died
I Memorial ; a.
Friday in Waterman ;
Hospital Eustis. will be held at 3 1

p.m. Sunday from Rehbaum Co. /1 ,.
Funeral Chapel. The body will be

forwarded to Detroit ,for further

services and burial.
Mr. and Mrs. Wolff had been
spending their Winters here the ar ,

-to last several years. .J ." ,'., ...a.' tT I

I, MRS. F. N. TUTTLE : "

Mrs. F. N. Tuttle..resident of the -

i Angebilt Hotel for many Winters ..
stops'SST died in Phoenix. Ariz., May 5. Her T.: '.

=ROT=RATTLE sister-in-law. Miss Anna Tuttle J ": -.-> : : :
lives In Orlando. '. .
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,, FUNERAL SERVICESFor '., u' .., -.

KAPKOTE KEEPS NEW CARS NEW I Mr. Clarence L. Pants 62, I I :A.- :1'L.//jl ) '.. -". a
of 1411 E. Washington SU Orange -

AND OLD CARS YouNG! 1' County Juvenile Court's chief probation J -: aJ c} :
officer for nine years will : .-

II be 'held at 2 pnu Sunday from '.' a .a
Deadens transmission of motor Fairchild Funeral Home. Inter- a

KARKOTE and Noises. 'Improvesfloor I ment will be at a later date.
fraction I i M '

seal against fumes and road dust. For Mr. William C. Fowler. Sea- ;

board Air Line Railway employe
RUSTPROOFS against external corrosives.
will be held at 4:30: pm. Sunday 4. 4 c- a.C \ .N.
from the Church of God. Wild-
protects against costly replacementof wood. The Rev. Grady Pipkin will
KARKOTEKADKHTF officiate. Burial will be in Wild- ,
rusted underbody parts and
wood Cemetery.
provides for greater trade-in value.
For Mr William'Jefferson Bar- w

1 ber will be held at 2:30 pjn. Sun, "-
is now aPPlied on thousands of day from the Grissom Chapel.

k Pullmans, Coaches, Refrigeratorand I Kissimmee. Dr. T. S. Hubert assisted -
by the Rev. Leroy Over-
Produce Cars of many leading railroads in the j street will officiate. Burial will be W ,..Mf

United States and Canada. It is standard practice to in Rose Hill Cemetery.
use Insul-Mastic [sold to railroads under trade name CAPT. D. E. LANEIn
loving memory of my dear husband
"DEDNOX"] to insulate, deaden sound, reduce con- who passed away May 11. 1948.
W. do not fonet 1IIn. nor dll w. intend (
densation, prevent corrosion. Underneath many We end.Gone think. of you often and will to the f J 1 1R

streamlined trains, Gilsonite Insul-Mastic has proved and forgotten by some yen may b*'. t
But dear to our memory yon ever will
all other materials used be. ,
superior including high Uommlt and Katie and

grade live rubber sheets in protecting delicate and the Lanss.

costly equipment against abrasion by gravel suckedup CARD: OF THANKSWe bI
wish to thank everyone for their
kindness. sifts, donations and household A
from roadbeds at high speed. I
? Items since our recent loss by fire. '
I Mra. Frances Carroll and Children.She I

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16-Eighth COMING Annual Field EVENTSMay Day, Vegetable Crops .c LETLEP3llLnAu: fficuvR OO.t I YCDIFIII[ [ {_

Laboratory, Bradenton. 1ll.J..u.W
"May\ 17-19 Annual Speed Trials and Meeting, Florida Covers Central Florida Agricultural Interests Like the 'Morninc I Dew .J1

Racing Assn. Orlando.
Quarterhorse ,
June 10-Annual Meeting, Growers & Shippers League, Page 28 m4t &uubag &tutiutl-&tu Orlando, Florida, May 1 1e 11, 1947

.. Orlando. Celery Make
June 16-18-Annual Convention,-Florida Vegetable Com- Tops ."

mittee, Orlando. Growers Improve I '

"June 18-Florida Watermelon Festival, Leesburg. I

June 19-Chicken of Tomorrow Contest, Jacksonville. Newest Chick FeedISoeciol

July 19-Brahman Cattle Sale, Arcadia. Citrus ,
Sept. 18-20!) Sumter County Breeders Show and Rodeo,
to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
Webster. GAINESVILLE rida celery growers likely will be
Oct. 19-Second Florida Aberdeen-Angus Show and Through Improved cultural practices -
making chicken instead of fertilizer out of the tops and
Sale, Ocala. Florida citrus growers con-
trimmings of their harvest in future.
J Octt- 28-30-Annual Meeting, Florida State Horticultural &irw +9 tinually are raising quality of their I i The University of Florida Agricultural Experiments

Society, St. Petersburg. product. Dr. Ralph Miller secre- !Station has found that dehydrated celery tops compare

tary of the Florida Horitcultural quite well with alfalfa leaf meal

Society, asserted yesterday. as a chicken feed, and tops are
fl t Although variable weather -' being commercially dehydrated at Farmers Find
G.r .:; and growing'* conditions I Sarasota and Tampa.

.. Disposal of approximately
LUMBER } from season to season are vital
of trimmings
: 75,000 tons celery Sorghum Gives
W 1 ,' factors In the quality of any particular hauled from Florida celery I

crop we have been able packinghouses to fields each
$< .::il to see a definite Improvement over I year and dumped to decay is Winter Feed
? :; 1h the years" Dr. Miller said. I The field trimmings are the [Special! to The Sunday Sent ne!.Star!
.io. I- ''There Is, of course, perhaps a 'most valuable part of the celeryfor OCALA-Popularity of grain
maximum level of improvementwhich poultry feed the tops containing -
Oak Pine
y-: Flooring Flooring Siding Ceiling more protein and carotene sorghum has been Increasing In
in I
be reached
-' Sash; Doors Mouldings Sash Weights Cord citrus variety can but plant scientists any I than the stalks. Marion County during the past

constantly are seeking methods of I Pascal celery contains more carotene several years County Agent Carl
: Sash Locks Builders Hardware Nails Roofing I than golden. Pascal field
the highest quality Hendricks reported.
pos- J tops, in the Station tests by Drs.F. .
Cabinets. sible. said the general
The agent
S. Jamison and R. A. Dennison
And Many More Ankles s Dr. Miller cited planned pro- i analyzed as high as 136,000 International practice has been to turn live-
fertilization spiayufe
grams i units of carotene per stock into the fields and let the
and dusting Instances of cultural -
: pound and carried as much as 25 animals graze it.
practices put into effect by
PHILLIPS INDUSTRIES INC.PHONE FLORIDA MARKETING students look over York City. Left to right: Dr. H. G. Hamilton, growers. per cent. R.protein.N. Mehrhof. and Clyde Farmers in this section have

some choice Florida fruit in New York. Part professor of marketing; unidentified buyers, : From his laboratory at Plymouth Drifters fed the celery meal at found that grain sorghum for ean

2-1229 MICHIGAN' AVE. AT ACL BY. Hugh Smith, Mayo, Miles Warren, Vero Citrus Growers Assn.. Dr. Miller's the Poultry Laboratory and be used successfully early
I of a marketing class in the University of Flor- staff directs these programs for Winter feed by planting the Utter -
found it almost equal to alfalfa
Beach; Francis Dancy, Wabasso, S. W at least 75 per cent of the or anization's i part of June or early July.
ida of who visited rations.
College Agriculture recently leaf meal in chick
Florida Citrus This planting Is ready for grazing -
Teague manager Exchange
members, and these
are '
f He fed it at rates of about 6. 9
the New York and other large produce mar office, New York; Peter Burtis, Clermont; followed by another 20 per cent. I and 11 per cent of the ration. in December.October continuing
I through
I kets. Picture taken in action display rooms Quentin Medlin, Orlando,. and William Pul- "We are seeing the differencenow I Mehrhof believes that six per cent

Ii i of Refrigerated Steamship Lines, Inc., New liam, Pinetta.and in groves which had planned : is about right. Dr. Geo. K. Davis Although no satisfactory meth-
Penny Buys od has been developed to store
cultural programs in their resistance : of the Station's laboratory co-oP-
grain sorphum for use throughoutthe
i and recuperation from crated In the feeding tests.
As with all livestock feeds year, farmers believe there
the recent freezes Dr. Miller I a large amount of carotene containing -- may be a solution in the use of inexpensive -

A 6 Mile Ride Spring Crops Near Peak I resistance said."It's the of difference a healthy between vigorous the I: gradually, celery loses meal carotene held in by storage oxida- grain to prevent driers and insect treatment damage.of

1 1 person who has a wellbalanceddiet I tion. The horticulturists are endeavoring -
1r ;Z- A and one who Is rundownand to find better methods
r I i I illfed"These of storage to reduce this loss. SPECIALSAND'
The economical Whizzer bike motor Marion Counties and peak Ii Dr. Dennison has dehydratedgreen
0 takes Growers movement is expected the last of : Truck cultural practices also tell I bean vines in open-flame
places for i
yon pennies Go 125 Report this month. i I Crops their story in the apearance of rotary type dryers also and AND MUCK
miles on a gallon of gas. Enjoy the green fruit.Appearance .
Lake County watermelons are t I I Mehrhof has fed the meaLThe
i thrilling performance with and internal qualitygo TIRES
J America's making up much of the early bean vines do'not run as
\ thriftiest motorized transportation. delay with rapid growth and Indications Show DeclineBoth hand-in-hand' as Dr. Miller high In carotene as celery tops,! For Spray Machines, Supply Track.
Light VolumeHarvesting that first pointed out when he asserted: i
are cars I j analyzing about 98,000 interna- All types of Grove Trucks Trailersand
from will "We find that if we can keep
Leesburg move May tional units per pound but are Fertilizer Distributors etc.
the fruit tree from rust mites,
'- 15. Loadings are expected to be quite suitable for feed.
... .. .,::P of Spring ,vegetable heavy the last week of May, Winter and Spring national it has a higher Vitamin C. con j The bean vines have to be har- Ask for free trial demonstration for

aa Try Whioer today! Take a ride on ...,2/P- crops throughout Central Florida reaching their peak the first commercial truck crops tent. The bright shiny surface of vested for dehydration while cel- 2 week at absolutely no oblicaUoa
tbo lovMt coat motorized traospor- half of June. dipped under last years production -' the rust-free orange absorbs a "ery tops are harvested with the to you.WE .
'*: .1II&e on the tssark t. Enjoy thia 1 Is scheduled to be under full Yields are averaging light on with both acreages plantedand greater degree of the vitamin I celery and must be disposed of by GUARANTEE SATISFACTION
papIIW 2% bonepower. eonomicattft swing this week, the U. S. Bureauof snap beans In Central Florida yields per acre being lower, from the sun's rays." growers. OR NO PAY
a ll'.Qothe Whloer ways! I Agricultural Economics re- with harvesting at its peak. Light the U. S. Bureau of Agricultural The veteran citrus horticulturist I
f ported. volume is expected from cabbage. Eocnomics reported. declared that "While all of these I Thousands of Brand New
Ii Toms To Move June 1
r WBtZZEft BIKE $0755 plantings In the Sanford section.' Fresh market production in U. S. cultural programs may seem prosaic Tires In Our Warehouse
,. MOTOR-ONLY TAr.,. Volume of shipments from Earliest supplies of cantaloupesfrom Winter vegetable areas was 12 they represent thoroughly [Special to The Sunday Sentinel Star]
.. the celery Is running DU D A
Lss.fostue\ acreage I Sumter and Marion Count- I per cent below 1946 and 18 per studied practices which yearly are I JACKSONVILLE TexasTheEast
,only approximately 75 cent
MAYES YOU! per ies are expected around May 20, cent under the 1945 record. Total telling a more important story in Texas tomato crop is scheduled TIRE SALES
of last year, with yields reducedby
with fair to good progress reported. I production was estimated at 1- the quality of the fruit we are able to start movement to North-
WNZZIi, tit[ A unfavorable growing condi- Small acreages of escarole at I 272,400 tons. I to produce"most I ern markets on June 1. Although OVIEDOW.
tions aiding diseases and In-
MO10Ilt[ sects. Zellwood will provide a small vol- The acreage planted was nineper later than usual, good quality .P. 12801. Oviedo 2151
ume throughout most of this j yields are expected.
l e &te axel cfMitt fay wet Most Central Florida sweet corn month. cent lower than last year, I Items this Winter after -
totaling only 278,190 acres.
January, were much higher
plantings are expected to begin The Winter Garden cucumbercrop
harvesting before May 15. Sand I! Is reported in good condi- Production of individual crops I than those of last year.
Come Out for a Demonstration storms' and excessive rains have tion. The "trough" acreage in the differed considerably from last Early estimates; of 16 Spring I. I II
taken a heavy toll of the Sanford Webster-Center Hill section Is Winter. Cucumbers were 24 per I crops indicate that production will REGO
t Factory mounted on new 26-Inch acreage.A turning out poor yields due to unfavorable cent and tomatoes were 45 per be one-sixth under last year. Unfavorable '

t standard bike $14'.7 smaller than normal acre- growing conditions,. but cent of last year's production weather has caused delayed -
;; equipped with age of Spring tomatoes is making the open field plantings are mak- while carrots were 111 per cent. I planting slowed develop.

i t coaster brake at only [Complete] good progress under favorable ing good progress. Peak produc- I Because of smaller production, ment and caused serious losses to I Cutting & Welding
growing conditions In Sumter tion is scheduled about mid-May. prices received by farmers for crops ready for harvest.
$39.95 DOWN
= Outfits

1 i i'!', I USED BICYCLES-We have some Good MONTHLY_Ones I 1 Fruit Growers Await Busy- SummerBy ci Outfits forevery

; SPECIAL 3 DAYS ONLY-MAKE-A-LITE Headlamp. Automatic HERB MOSHER Ida Is the fact that an extensive tell what size of a crop there will should take the lime advertisingout
[Our Own Staff Correspondent] acreage of new groves, or orchards be this Summer. of the hands of the Florida cutting
i S, : Voltage Controlled Generator and Tall Light. Reg. $5,65 GOULDS-Fruit growers here will soon be in production. You must bear In mind that Citrus Commission and handleit
"' $3.98 are waiting for the busy Summer Plantings of avocados limes and before the cold spells last Winter, ourselves. =s and
season! At present they are "just mangoes have been made for the the best; we hoped for was 35 per "The Commission has all it can .
loafing." (last few years and more will be cent of a normal crop-this being do to handle other citrus.There is ... welding re-
TUXEDO FEED Limes avocadoes and mangoesare made this year. Most of the new due to the September, 1945. hurricane -I a great future for limes if properly -
: WYCKOFF'S the important fruit crops (plantings have been avocadoes which leveled most of the I advertised and merchandisedand quirement.
AND HARDWARE grown here--and each one Is a I! though some new lime trees have old avocado groves in this section. I for one thing I think we
crop for Summer harvest. I I been planted, and a number of These hurricane-hit avocado !should sell; more limes In the
"Where/ Merchandise Mores" When the citrus growers of i!growers are planting mango trees trees were set back in upright positions I Southern markets where the
I ;
Florida have locked up for the I I for the production of mangoes on pruned, given every care weather Is warm many months in Engineered
; 2524 S. Kuhl Aye. Phone 2-2821 Summer, the fruit shipping season a commercial scale. -and today they look remarkably the year.
.: here will be starting. The outlookis Among planters of new avocado thrifty. I 'The market for limes has for Performance.
.I.t. for a fair volume of shipmentsthis acreage, Luther L. Chandlerand scarcely been scratched-but we
But the interest, mainly, is In
: Summer despite the cold the Florida East Coast Fertilizer esti- have got to advertise and organize I ,
the plantings.
Winter.In Co.. have the lead so far new ." Mathers asserted. i The excellence' of Rego Equipment Is attested by many
mated there must be 3,000 acres
surveying the lime-avocado- is concerned.On for fairly good i
as acreage "Prospects are a
t t.t.IRRIGATION of young avocado trees In the j i thousands of satisfied users-in mine, mill, railroad ship-
r ? mango country which lies around the other hand. Johnny Goulds crop of limes Mathers said. "The
Ooulds, this writer was fortunate Mathers has also planted some new area. main crop should start moving I yard, aircraft plant; in construction, repairing, blacksmith
I : enough to contact Johnny Math- groves. as have dozens of indi- "Look at those trees, says about the middle of May.
ers one of the leading livem-avo- viduals, or companies recently. Mathers indicating a rtung,0-j Our volume of limes Is increasing shops and garages. In all these varied fields. Rego Equip-

Ii i 11I i cado-mango growers and shippersof "One of the surprising things cado planting. "Those trees were as the trees get older- ment Is dally doing its share by reducing costs of operationand
Florida. Mathers kindly con- this Spring was the recent heavy set about 18 to 20 months ago"The
I what the lime growers should do
and cutting profits.
1 __ sented to put on a "conducted avocado bloom even on-, trees party got out of Mathers'car is to raise a lot more advertising Increasing welding
: tour" of the whole area. which were defoliated by the Feb- and walked over into the grove. -do some real sale
: The "Farmco" Trade Mark Today The outstanding, and most I ruary cold spells." Mathers said. Those trees were seven feet high. work. Distributed in Florida by
surprising, thing about this In showing the avocado acreage. And not two years old as yet.
i is the Growers Protection and Summer fruit section of Flor- "It Is still a little too early to "New plantings are mostly of "I would say 30 cents per
t the varieties known as the Fuchs. bushel for advertising limes
: Assurance THAT HE IS BUYING Waldin. Lulu. Booth 7 and Booth would be about right. Let's startto I

8,the Hicksons.Pollocks,and some sell limes In Florida and the HARRYP.LEUlnc. '
1 The DEPENDABILITY he has a others." Mathers said. Southeastern States. I

"Some of these young grovesare "New mango plantings are In 1 Serving Central Florida With Industrial Supplies
I i i a right to expect. r already bearing and In a couple prospect." Mathers said. "Som3
for Over 40 Yean
more years the old trees, which have been made.For the first tune,
t'I went through the hurricane of '45, little orchards of mango trees are 100 W. Livingston Ave. Tel. 9891
will come back Into heavy produc- being planted. Mango trees are
I tion." best set In June and July:'
1 "What the avocado Industry
needs Is advertising" Mathers

t continued. "Our production of
Z,49J avocados Is going to show a

n steady increase, despite setbacks ANNOUN(:iNG THE APPOINTMENTOF
POWER UNITS BY which may come and we must
do lots of advertising.
"When you sell a man an avocado -
; you do him:a favor," Mathers
,t'' CHRYSLER 1 4 tr continued "for the avocado la one
.. 4 of the finest foods to eat on earth.It .
t. -. a, Is nourishing and has plenty of
; s i [Gasoline] O aui eo.anr., minerals" and vitamins as well. of
'I would say that the future
: the avocado Industry Is greatbutIt S F

ti G-M DEISEL ALL SIGNS POINTPITTMAN'S will take organization amongstthe -S
growers, and lots of good ad-
vertising, to put It over." :
TO The party passed a good many .J ) SUPERINTENDENTOF s
OR r lime groves which looked healthy. SHOIZELLWi

1 "There have been some new

as the place to go for the superior BARBECUE plantings of limes-Persians and a THE
ELECTRIC few of the variety known as Ide
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:. this summer! "Limes,too need advertising
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I AGRICULTURAL NOTEBOOKLegislation Leaves ; U1T1AU3Ufj(] EIRDWfti: suadl l1l.y1L CCIHI t-1'' J

Covers Central' Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Mornir'19 Dew

f Growers Unmoved i Orlando, Florida, May 1 11, 1947 lrqt &uttmrg &ftitittl-&tar Page 29 to Interstate movement and 15.201.388 ,-

Utilization I to processors.
With movement running about

ly DICK COOPER Melon Disease Seedsmen Plan FFA ChapterTo Variety Marks Of three-quarters of a million boxes
(Sunday Sentinel-Star Agricultural Editor] Oranges weekly. Government officials esti-
for to take direct action mated 10,880,000 boxes left for
/T HIS IS NOT the year growers
1 toward co-ordinating the marketing phases of the Reported In Continue Shows RiseSpecial ,disposition Utilization on of May the 3. grapefruitcrop

sprawling agricultural industry in Florida-at least not Sanford Meet'Specwl Lake ExpansionTAVARES was more than three million
[ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
legislatively. Proposals have been shelved which were Lake County Work ProjectsSpecial LAKELAND Utilization of boxes under last season with 23-
231.000 disposed of. and 6.769,000
months by
were being s studied eager9'.l5everal ana ago vege- [ISoeciol to The Sunday Sentinel-Ster] [ to The Sundcv Sentinel.Star [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Although water- I Florida oranges Is running approximately : -I remaining

table farmers, citrus growers LEESBURO-Dr. O. K. Parrls. I SANFORD Florida seedsmen' DELANO- Members of the De- melons sprawl over 75 per cent' two million boxes ,
shippers The Legislature Indicated than cause a squabble before the of Lake County's vegetable acre- Texas Shipments Rise
in charge of the ahead of last the biweekly
plant pathologist will inspect research work underway Land High School chapter of the : Spring -
it would take any action solons now.* Watermelon and Grape Investigations at the Central Florida Experiment FFA will continue projects begun truck age, development Is pointed of nine to other by' i report of the Growers Administrative [Special to The Sunday:! Sentinel-Star]
wanted by the growers But I crops ; WESLACO Texas-Rio Grande I
TIIERE WAS TilE legislation Laboratory here warned Station here during their an- during the school year throughthe i growers as indicative of the variety -. : Committee showed. Valley fruit and vegetable shipments
had been
after months proposed legislation preparing the- by: Express Fruit that the leaf stem and fruit nual session May 28 and 29 and Summer wherever possible. H. of growth which has boosted! The extra utilization Is being I are keeping ahead of last

fanners decided that things In Shippers districts which and approved was discussed by: directors disease of anthracnose is now 'will go to Gainesville May 30 to''' L. Fagan. High School agricultural II this from rich 12th Central to 8th Florida place producer in seven, II absorbed almost equally by'I season's movements truck being concentrated ,

weren't so bad after all that any of their association present in some Lake County look over experiments at the Main instructor said. fresh markets and processors.Of on transportationwith
serious laws were needed and the "Chief purpose of the continuation I 'I rail movement under last
fields. years.There
to the Experiment Station.Dr.
It was even presented I the 43,630,000 boxes utilized
measures were choked off before is to Rive these future farmers are. more. watermelons year.
they reached the solons .There Legislature for consideration. Appreciable loss is being R. W. Rnprecht. vice-di year-round training when it I I grown--- -in- Lake- County today as of May 3. 24,450,000 boxes wentto
. were many who believed the agricultural But when the shippers held their I caused In at least one 60-aere rector in charre of the local station does not Interfere with Summer than there were planted In all Interstate shipments and 16.- I Use of 2. 4-D to control weeds
Industry should make up annual meeting they decided to area and the disease has been lobs accepted by the students, crops during the 1939-40 season 100,000 to processors. This com- ''In a St. Augustine grass lawn is
I its mind what definite program itwanted drop the whole matter The seen in several smaller fields although and Dr. F. S. Jamison Fagan said. 1 i a U. S. Crop Reporting Survey pared with last years totals of not recommended because of the
and get It now before Florida Farm Bureau opened I not yet widespread.Dr. track horticulturist at the Main showed. 1 41,8f0,936'uttllzt'd., with 23,636,408 I danger of damaging the grass.
Last official part of the chap- ,
Station will participate in the
bad of the citrus In-
should become really consideration
things Parris pointed out that an- programs.Dr. ter's program for this year is Of Lake's 8,005 acres planted
t But the plain truth is that ternal maturity: problem bark thracnose outbreaks are present participation in a State FFA last Spring. 6,100 were in melons.
there were enough who didn'tthink when prices of $2.25 a box on W. C. Barnes of the USDA I
in fields where melon seeds were contest which is to b* held at Seven I years ago there was only a
so that supporters decidedit oranges In New York didn't Indicate planted without treatment with Vegetable Breeding Laboratory at Gainesville on June 10. ; total of 4,300 acres of all vege CONTINENTAL Q Gr esr ENGINES
was unwise to press matters a profitable season, and I.Spergon or Semesan. Charleston and a number of other tables.
will be held in
Competition pub-
because unless the bulk of prominent vegetable workers and
now there was a cry that the State I
the growers and shippers wanted should make certain only its Gummy: stem blight which seeds men throughout the country lic speaking, parliamentary pro- But in 1939-40 there were also A Compat. L I..1
legislation it wouldn't work anyway caused .much loss early last will speak also. cedure, string band, quartet har- only four other truck crops grown GccUi DtiUlle1 MJfA !
best fruit was shipped Dozens }I
and it was better to. waitLUMBER of meetings were held year has been observed In the H. W. Schneck of Plant City Is monica, diamond ball, and horse :-snap beans, tomatoes cabbage .aa Dt.ml. 1Zl
same fields with the anthracnose. shoe pitching. I and cucumbers.
president of the Florida Seeds- /
Then as the market prices rose men's Assn.Editor Last Fall the local chapter received i Today there also are celery, 1
after the February freezes the the highest national awardin eggplant escarole and lettuce.
: ;S.M: YT'T chill blast that boosted returns "One of the most important Lad R.pde I' t.
a nation-wide contest betweenall i With the exception of 800 acrescelery : V!
t tooled off sentiment for higher things in controlling anthracnoseand of National high school chapters. The local of In the Lake Apopka section !
G'Q standards And the Bureau other leaf diseases of water- group of 39 members again is entering these all are small acreagesI 'j
\. !... shelved its discussions. melons is to keep out of the fields Farm Magazine Sees national competition and is I -but It's the variety that holds
I I when they are wet with rain or preparing a report to be submittedto prospects for the future growers
WE FIX WATCHING THE CITRUS in- dew. the pathologist said. State I the national judges. assertedNOTICE. .
S its troubles, and "Give the vines a chance to dry DevelopmentsCharles -- --- AGRICULTURAL
I aware that Fall vegetable prices off before working in the fields.
weren't on war-time levels the Of course if you wish to dust, then Whittle of Philadelphia, INDUSTRIAL MARINE bt,',
'g4lEIsc f\t vegetable folks generated feeling dust by the fields when the dew is editor of the National County and TRANSPORTATION 4.1''NI O
for marketing and advertising on the vines but as a general rule Agent and Extension Review has I IS8. o
Only permissive, keep out of the fields when they been inspecting Central Florida's I 57 '
programs To CITRUS GROWERS, FARMERS, DAIRYMEN AND CATTLEMENIn This compUt cv .prorldo 7""t tasQl..lar.v.rrrqu4.mat
"WI this legislation would have openedthe are wet for the fungi produce I I
rapidly expanding agricultural
tttt\ order to give better and more convenient loan service, the
opportunity for action if the their spore when the vines are from i
dustry headquarters in Ord
commodity groups wanted it wet. and these are spread from l ando. Central Florida Production Credit Assn.has I.mtme.To vot tho t lied OWN Retain winded ma you Q I
But as adverse weather reduced plant to plant on shoes an While here Whittle has visitedMr. prkxl oi tfaMt tkocowjk ma-
established the following schedule at its Orlando office: ..
i crops farmers shied away from clothes. and Mrs. J. o. Hargis Jr.. of ridmtio* dmU b *.* Ik*
Call us today I controls-even permissive ones 1422 East Jefferson St.< Powir Unit Im regard such 4
ur.. rams is recommending a ORLANDOtoil t1o.. Fire F.etaeu
for estimate on how to fix : : : The citrus d"uStiY- P3 15 per cent Copper A dust In Accompanied by Orange County
and the individual big and little 20-80 Agent Fred Baetzman. the agri- Office Hours Serving Agriculture A.- exp.s ..po ....... and
the place of the .
copper .
walls with
wet Aquella. fc
ntuobl kit ttM- TCOJfTJNUmU
operators went through the most lime dus'bu added that cultural editor toured several Or- "' la Orange, Osceola. ..1.11.1s.xuce
noted gyrations with plan after growers probably will get just a ange County farms citrus groves aoalon TUES.-9 a.m toipm, Seminole Lake, EatIM 1
$3.95 GALLON after aU and ranches.In "'ED.a.m.. to NOON
plan presented But good results with Fermate. Zer- Brevard and \olusia KB nil bftM*, tatataMT .
-- had simmered down they couldn't late Spergon Tribasle Copperor I SAT.-9 a.m. to NOON Counties. 1 a M 300.0X1000 .Hen P.Mr..ketkUfcy
see eye to eye even on a Master the Dithane reaction product a fait feeding experimentwith Other DamnAppointment by 4) ran .f snctml txpriMM Is
?t 41 NO MOlEVDIIIIIII brand which again was only per-' dust. fattening hogs, Purdue Uni- CE/ENDA.LE CREDIT JlEPtJTAtlOIi yew. ftNTMtM .f MtohctMb
missive as an inducement to ship- versity showed that a penny'sworth A local short.term financing COOPERATIVE
ment of better quality fruit. The pathologist said he did not of salt saved 287 pounds of operated by its members. STATE DISTRIBUTORS
recommend use of "a rather odd i food valued sat $6.37. Salt fed I Prompt Service-Reasonable Cost FLORIDA PIPE 8 SUPPLY CO.
TTILORIDA'S CURRENT WiNter combination: of copper sulphate pigs weighing 50 pounds gained 84 1!
-T agricultural season has and zinc sulphase as a spray." pounds in 65 days while a salt- MAIN OFFICE: ORLANDO OFFICE: CM w.rata IT owotDo n.L matt uu
BRUCE F.OC R CL GHE just about run its course In vegetables First spray or dust should be I starved lot gained only 48 poundsa J

and citrus And actually applied when runners are form- head. '_ _
$1.95 GALLON so far as accomplishing ing on the melon vine althoughsome ..
anything concrete toward bet saving may be effected by
ter quality and marketing coordination careful watching of the vines until .
MAIL BOXES OVERHEAD growers and ship- there is some evidence the
GARAGE pen are right where they: were disease is starting.
DOORS last Fall when prices started
35c & "The usual recommendationIs
Up See our yard skidding Except there Is also to apply: a second spray or ..
Citr: a Rural display. a general air of discouragement dust 10 to 14 days after the
among those who advocated first application, and a- third
action And the pub
SCREEN DOORS $5.00 & up spray or dust after the melonsare
lic has rather unfavorable _
a *.G """
.. set he added. g 'Mesxrare+ 1'1'11: / S___ ap
GRILLS $2.50 up Impression of industry dissen- Wi S A 4 f S
sion But if growers and Wet and foggy weather will re-
shippers did not want anything quire more frequent spraying or 1 II t I + :.
done this year-which Is evident dusting. Dr. Parris said.
Were 110M Puts, -then the time wasn't ready .. ""The choice of how to apply the aIN
And some say it won't be ready fungicide must remain with the
Now $8.95 $1.65 Gal. individual he asserted.
until there are many empty poe grower I ca
kets around the State. "The leaf surface must be covered 4 ( eit
adequately and whichever is
t LAWN MOWERS WHAT CALIORNIA Is the most convenient and does the t lr7rgjylt.Y

RAKES GARDEN,HOES HERE'S about its 34 million boxesof job as it should be done can be b _
t 11r
SPRINKLERSMETAL Valencias to market betweennow I used.
and November: 1-Sen quality x
DROP at prices lower than at pres- 1! Citrus Whitefly Control
ent; improve distribution; 3-
LOUVRES CLOTHS develop new orange products Fungus Grown Again 11 r' Ir i
$5.75 up To post-war problems. Western i [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] I s ,
12x18 $ .95 Taa citrus men are answering with I GAINESVILLE-Florid citrus f rr rI
14x24 $3.85 agressive marketing and adver- growers again have oppor-
$15.00 up Using, coupled with continuous tunity to obtain cultures of red
.research They plan not less aschersonla the fungus which .i '9nr
METAL THRESHOLDS fruit but more-with emphasison controls citrus whiteflies
METAL TRIMS quality They admit they Newell Entomological Society: fiot
Various Patterns 10Lln. can't compete with Florida canned student organization in the
fL via up Juice prices and intend to stress College of Agriculture is now ..
premium fruit But on prices culturing the fungus which.
Rubber-LIke PRATT do one sales manager said: "We will ( until a few years ago was cultured s
have to get prices down to ex and sold by: the State
Runner LUIBERT pand. Who in Florida has | Plant Board. Each culture is
for Floors. "6111 Varnishworld's thought of that? +i sufficient for spreading in one
Finest acre.of citrus trees.

SOC Sq. Yd. $6.40 Gal. Growers & Shippers Plan I I
Meeting Here June 70 Ruskin Starts SpringToms

.;S :M YJri r- I Annual meeting of the Growers on Way to Market ,.
I and Shippers League will beheld [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
in Orlando June 10, See.- RUSKIN-The Spring tomato ""
\ .LUMBER. :S O; I Mgr. John A. O'Rourke reported I harvest here is starting In light :!
yesterday. volume with total acreage expected -
N. Orange at Railroad The League represents the to be approximately 60(0 .1
.aJ. Phone 4139 Florida agricultural Industry in acres. -
freight traffic matters. In addition. Ruskin growen :
it have approximately 60 acres it \
pepper. 400 In sweet corn 250 ir Florida Benefits TWICE !

pole beans. 200 in cucumbers and .
125 in eggplant. ,
; .
First of EarlyBloomLimes The American Machinery Corporation added employees who become new citizens. They buy furniture 1

..'" Picked at Gould ,pay doctor's bills and find their way to the tax collector
.: ... : ; brings two benefits to Florida. i
[Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
OOULDS-First of the early- The new plant of the American Machinery Corpora t

bloom picked Florida by crews limes from the are Johnny being FIRST-the machinery which it manufactures for tlon at Orlando is nearing completion as pictured above and ,1

I Mathers packing houses. + Florida canners and packers contributes to the efficiency of is a living monument to the ability of this Florida organization ;J

Mathers expects light lime shipments d Florida food processing plants and is instrumental raising to produce better machinery.: The factory is tooled with ",:

I r Hrvest for several of the avocado weeks. lr the Quality standards of Florida citrus and vegetables. This modern machines. Experienced and competent personnel "

South Florida is expected to crop stan creates a favored market for Florida products throughout the build to exacting standards. Adequate engineering and research ;

I 'n' July this Summer. world and greater profit to Florida agriculture. It also reduces points the way to progress. Because of this teamwork :!

I processing costs to canners and packers of fruits and combined! with a strong determination to design and '.
i REPAIR vegetables. build machinery that will bring profit to the user and better ::

the American Machinery Corporation .:
il' products to the public.
\" I but benefits to Florida. .:
I brings, not one, two

r Don't REPAINT SECOND Florida's prosperity is dependent upon +;

I Delay Modernize Now Florida Industries and the American Machinery Corporation Near DeLand on Lake Beresford Is the main plant :!

I 34 Months to Pay. I has become an important factor in Florida's industrial and of the Olson Marine Construction Company a wholly owned '.:

SH 5%: us Interest: we arrange- No M all detain ac.Wilson economic life. Its machinery is now used throughout the subsidiary. This company built 85 foot welded steel tugs for !

United States and in many foreign countries. As its sales have the Army during the war years and was quickly converted to '

S-100 PORTO POWER I Leonard mounted its payroll has increased and the dollars from these the civilian production of heavy machinery and small vessels. :

,. i! Hardware extra pay envelopes sift through the entire economic sttucIts payroll also contributes to Florida's prosperity being one '6

ture bf the state. They reach the butcher the baker and the of the largest in its community. An office also is maintained }l'I 'o

WITH COMPLETE SET OF 42 W.IIt Central Oar Classified Ph.Ad 2-2117 J I I candlestick maker. They are used to build new homes for at Jacksonville to supervise marine construction. :.i,



j i, SEPTIC BCILT REPAIREDThe -INSTALLED TANKS ': ./ ,-; Machinery For [ ) Canners and Packers ',;*. ;I J

use of strong lye or acida .
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detrimental to the eeptlc tank.
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Director, American; Institute of Public Opinion M't ,f 3Q 1 Y 'fJ

PRINCETON, N, J.-One thing the Republican Party .
has no shortage as 1948 approaches-possible .Presidential RIAl-1rEDDlN6S.

Polls candidates.across the country asking people' to name the I

It man.they_would like to see President in 1948 persistently i I !a'Ar

bring up seven names.I11 ; 4 '
Gov. Dewey. of New York; I ,; c
4 s
(2)] Harold E. Stassen. former of political commentators the Institute x : t .
1 has made further investi- .... _
11 .
Minnesota Governor; 131 Sen. .
Vandenber. of MichIgan: [41] Sen. I gation of present GOP voter atti- 'r _- A' __ As
toward these ,
Taft of Ohio: I tudes men. I f er'Showin
Instead of trying to get a relative ja k
15] John W
I Bricker of Ohio; i'' ranking of the men. the In- C .d5ft g. J.xal I ... .-. g I
i stitute had field reporters ask: :' -Spencer -Tracy?
161 Gov. Warrer ,., -Jiminy Porsej: Paul Mnnl-Ceorie Ran"SCARFACE"
Will tell me frankly what .
you of Grass" ,: .
of California I '" >:
f you think of each of these men as Janet Blairy; I
and (1)] SenBaltonstall 11 Starts ;
Wednesday. '* '
01 Republican Presidential materialfor .. "The F.bu10us'DP [ I
Massachusetts.It 1948? Generally speaking is Beacham Theatre Only Now Showing I -Also-
your opinion of them favorable or /( AR Colored Cast:
>Is of course unfavorable?" M Beacham and Roxy Theatres;
I 1
I a long way from j ;7: ?he Moo Cow Boogie"
The replies point to the strengthand '
> '
election day but
l weaknesses of these men ;r :
there Is IncreasIng f _
t speculationabout among GOP voters: 1.l I J1ww-
Deney's position is relatively 'L .
who will good. He runs about four favorable r .. : : -= Yy Coming to our Stage
win the nominat ,ddspP,r ; Y :'::7-Vt.:: ::
t lion at the conDewey votes to every one unfavor- "DUSTY" (Open The Door
able. Few have not heard of him: .

vention There in is.Philadelphia.moreover between no neces-man's I Favorable .. .............Percentage..,... .... 74 Lo t } o g > J.i ''t.::.',,'' isM Richard Who )Wrote Fletcher-The The Man

sary relationship a Unfavorable ........._...___19 The Farmer's paughto : ..': jo Song.
with the
| present and his standing chance either for public the Not Familiar With .............. 3 r'a .. ., Now Playing vrCoony ._..i,. .l/: 'f; i -
.. '
No 4
nomination or for eventual election Opinion | Tjheatrc.I : ,
k 1 Stassen has the unique virtue I. ai & '' "
of being the only man to openly v...
i The list of names which the '
11 I| public mentions most often when declare himself a candidate for QI SKATINGTODAY ]

asked to name their choice for the Republican nomination In Q /:',

I' 194S does not necessarily even 1948.Stassen has made remarkable zy _
include the man who may turn 1
progress in retting himself 1 better >> -
out to be the Republican candidate
known. In a similar poll In
II in 194ft. ; :
the Spring of 1943. more than t
History has shown that a man h
i unknown to the public a few half of Republican voters were ". s > Matinee Every Sat. & Sun.
\ ,
not familiar with Jarhes Ellison Anne :
Stassen. Gwynne
f weeks or montba before nomination Matinee 2:30 to
i time can be nominated and Even today however one in Edward Everett Hortori.
II I 1 win the support of voters in the four Republican voters still claim 'The Ghost Goes Wild" Evening 8:00 to 11:00

party he represents. unfamiliarity with him. Now PlayingGrand
It is of the odd facts of Percentage HAMMOND ORGAN
e. recent one that only matter of Favorable . ... ... 44 Theatre MUSIC
r years a Unfavorable .......... 21
only days 55 before the cent 1944 of Democrats elections Not Familiar' With .......... 25 I .. .x" .." .. '-' .....,;. SKATING EVERY NIGHT
per .
.. ..
conIc name the man who was No Opinion 10 -- --- - EXCEPT MONDAYCOLISEUM

| elected Vice-President on the same Is Vandenberg.harder who has said "1t Party today emerges as a contro- name Bricker as the Republican I r his Massachusetts constituents Z H. Smith Florence Totten,I hosts. Mrs. Matchett and the
not to for President
ticket with Franklin D. RooseveltIn
1944 -Harry S. Truman.Wlllkfe' than It is to run." is viewed as a I versial figure far as Republican Vice-Presidential candidate.Percentage I also becoming faces better the formidable known as task shown of I Annie Lee Smith George Shack- Mmes. Barbara and Mary Wig-
nn-I possibility for the nomination ina He wins equal number I elton. Annie Willoughby. Miss
voters an
was relatively I Favorable _. .. 39 [ by the high proportion of Republican man.Mrs.
known only a short time before I good many quarters today. of favorable and unfavorablevotes. Unfavorable ..... .. 27 voters not familiar with him: \ Alice Gregory, Miss Ruth Gregory Carrie Hogue is in Michi
I he won the GOP nomination.in Like Stassen. Vandenberr suffers Not Familiar With ............ .22 PercentageFavorable 'the Mmes. G. H. Padgett, J. Bur- gan. I America's Finest Rink

1940. somewhat from being unfamiliar I He runs second only to Deweyin No Opinion .. .......... .... .12 ............. 17 dick Max Walker, Bob Greene -- ---
to about out of I ?
one .. ............ :
However because of the Unfavorable .16
'. persistence Warren who has said he does: I "
Where /
every; four GOP voters. being well known. Rampy Burdick. Grace Horton D/jer/mmof/na People' 6o"
.. .. ..
with which the above not want to run for the Presi- Not Familiar With ....... .. .54
named seven Republican possibilities Vandenberg wins a good rating j Percentage dency, faces the job of getting No Opinion ...... ................13 I Naylor W. L. Bean W. D. Potter
from I
have cropped up in Institute have an voters.opinion Among the those vote who Favorable ..... -.,- ,, ?,._ ,..37 I II himself better known among the I C. E. Gilbert. A. H. Allport. J. J. .

polls and in the columns heavily in the favorable column.He runs. I Unfavorable. ....__________.37 rank and file of Republicans Pine Castle NewsPINE Wills. Charles Bodle. C. C. Blair I CLI.
needs to become better known I Not Familiar With 16 throughout the, country. Nearly I and guest Mrs. Spencer and the
The Orlando Auto School, however as the table shows: : No Opinion .. :===:10 four in every 10 say they are not CASTLE-A community COCKTAIL LOUNGE
I" Percentage I, familiar with him. ; silver tea will be held at the Lake I OM OrU tf-eanford MUray Mtwvtn Haitian.and Altamente_TtU W. .. M7 -.
i 1221 N. Orange Ave. Favorable ......... ......... 49 Bricker has given indications of Warren has shown his great Conway home of Mrs. R E. Ferris, BAPETTI
Unfavorable ..................18 bowing to Taft. his colleague from vote-getting ability in his own
"IfAKH TO DJMVrLessons Not Familiar With .... .....?....21 I I Ohio should Taft run' for the State; he was nominated for the Wednesday' from 3 to 5 p.m. FOR SPAGHETTIServed CLUB
I' by Appointment Only No Opinion. ._......12 \ Presidency. Bricker. Republican I Governorship by both the Demo- Boy Scouts will hold parents' S to 9 P.M. Closed Monday CABANA
Call 2-4879 i Taft. Senate leader and one of Vice-Presidential candidate in crats and Republicans in 1946.Percentage. night Monday at the school audi- Orange Memorial Hospital
i the top figures in the Republican 1944 wins a fairly high proportion Hfli BuildiiiRL ]
of favorable v<(tes. About one In I Favorable ___. ......___.............31 torium. 17-n Winter ParkBillie's
t five say they are not familiar I Unfavorable ........._._..17 Mrs. Fred Lynch a Winter I STEAKS CHICKEN SHRIMP
't'' VISIT with him. Just before election Not Familiar With ......_....._38 visitor here for several years who
; I day in 1944. 19 per cent of Re- No Opinion .14 has been seriously ill with heart Drive Inn
FERN'TROPICAl GARDENS publican voters were unable to Saltonstall. highly regarded bY I j
t I- j I trouble at her home in Sterling 1800'Kuhl Ave. i BILLY ARNOLD AND HIS ORCHESTRA SATURDAY NITE

PHONE 9272 S. KUIIL AVE. AT number from here will attend I
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I, 9 a.m. till 1 am. Phone 2-4286
1-30 P.M. to 12 P.M. M. E. Church next Wednesday at
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Lee Smith had the devotional.
Meats Poultry Cold Cuts Soar
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Mrs..J. J. Wills had charge of the "CARTOON"
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The Sunday Sentinel-Star Radio Program I IWodd's CEi1TRAL fl RIDAS t I Orlando, Florida, May 11, 1947 stir gunfos fi>rnttnrl-&.tnr Page 31 IMAX

, Greatest Mother.: a special programfeaturing WLOr (1230) WDBO (SM) -WOMZ (740) 0t HELD HERE ceny. according to Det. Lt. G. F.

5:30: Reafro V ll:.r Evangel Boor Methodist Church 1vhotoqh Alfred Pate, 26, held Brazell who said he was arrested
11 Hollywood stars will be heard at 2 p.m. .:45 Johnson funUy -_ Evangel Hour __- Methodttt Church y was being CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH
over VVLOP. Ethel Barrymore. Loretta Young. f News ... ...BIDb Class -- Nwi yesterday by Orlando police on a Friday ,night as he attempted to
Ruth Hussey Irene Dunne Rosalind Russell Don :: Listen I to Llrbrrt: .Bible: : CU i.=_:: Music bjwfeUD__ + e drive an automobile from R. S.
9:30 Christ for Werld.Votc.of Prophecy Chosen charge of breaking and
.-Ameche. George Murphy Charles Boyer. Pat 9.U Christ for World Voice of Prophecy' CbMea PeopleIioo'Nes entering Evans Lot No. 2 at 400 N. Orange COMPLETE PAINT AND BODY
C"t>'Brien Margaret: O'Brien and Bing Crosby are T.__ lMeuue! of Isretl Design for List''ne with Intent to commit grand lar- Ave.
Chlldertft Porn _. for Ust n
Message of Iareal Deilsn
""scheduled for appearances.' Music will be by 10:30 Voice of Prophecy_ Reviewing Stand Newi HilhlUhU. SHOP GUARANTEED PAINTINGEasy
Meredith Wilson's orchestra. 10:.$ Vola of Prophecy Reviewing Stand Cornetus -::.::::-:;

) Alfred Wallenstein, director of the Los Angeles 11-00 11::15 Salt Bait-Lake Lake Choir Choir Methodist Methodist-Church Church Pint First Presby'n Presby'n" Ch Ch Bf HANLEY POGUE TERMITE CONTROL Best Trailer Shop Payments On Overhauling

Symphony, makes the first of four weekly appear- 11 JO Nude for Sunday Methodist church Pint Presby'n t-h THE QUESTION I
11:45Mu_ lefor_ Sunday Methodist Church PlrstPresby'nCn" 20 YEARS OF DEPENDABILITY
" ances as guest conductor of the NBC Summer Symphony 12:00 Gospel Hour-, Music for Hour-_ America United .- What is your future ambition'? CALL. PHONE OS WRITE Awnings Ready To Go A. P. CLARK
4 from Hour ..... America United MOTORS Inc.
Orchestra at pjn. WORZ. The concert 12:15 Gospel Music for Hour '-
12:30 Gospel Hoar .... Musie for Hoar UnlT. of Chlcato. THE ANSWERS 2225 W. Washington ,
: with the Concerto In D Minor for Strings _-_ __ H. L COX I
opens 12:45 Gospel Hour Musle for Hour Unit. ofjChleaio.: Dial 6894
by Vivaldi-Mistowskl; continues with Mozart's -l:00-Me.-RnlewM.rrl for Life_RCA.--VlcTor Show Mary Jane Atwood, senior, Orlando 71J54 IRMA ST. I I 889 N. ORANGE PROVE 2-074S
Winter Garden
[ Roadl
.... __ Show
Symphony D Major, sub-titled "Haffner," and 1:15 News. Review Married for Life RCA Victor
1.30 Hires to Too Sammy Kaye -- High School:
concludes with a Suite from Richard Strauss' opera. _1:45 Hires to You = 8. Kaye-Fact-Plea ;::u'cniw.ii&2'OONYPhilh.rmonlo. _.
"I would like to become a
Rosenkavalier." Greatest Mother ffunday Matinee pro-
Der Matloee. fessional model. I have taken
2:IS NT Philharmonic Greatest Mother Sunday cart
Ed Gardner. Archie of "Duffy's Tavern" visits 2:30: NY Philharmonic Lutheran Hour ._ Sunday Matinee- In several fash-
Martin Show" at 8:30 WDBO. 2t NY_ >onloLuther.n Hour.Sunday Matlnce.
CBS'Tony : p.m. over Ion shows and
-3-:00 NT PMlharmonic.How..of: Mnteq. Sunday Matinee
Martin and Evelyn Knight provide vocals, backed 3:IS NT Phllharmonle House of Mystery. Sunday Matinee. enjoyed them ANNOUNCINGYOUR
3:30 Hour of Charm True Muatcaona ___
by Victor Young's orchestra. --- very much. I also -
_3'U Hour of Charm True Detective: ._Theater Music -
Maurice Evans [Macbeth] and Judith Anderson 4:: o-r iDiHour _?-The- dow ___. NBC-Symphony attended the
r (as Lady Macbeth] recreate their famousI 4:IS Family. Hour ____ The Shadow NBC Symphony modeling school
stage role In the Theater Guild on the Air" 4 4:30::45 Jos.Body Harseh-Newa Carmichael,. Week Week Aroun Aroun World World NBC NBC Symphony Symphony _.. that was held
\ production of William Shakespeare's tragedy "Macbeth" 1:00: Oizle A Harriet Those Websteri Sacred Heart -_ several monthsago NEW U. S. TIRE DISTRIBUTOR
8:IS Omzle Ac Harriet Those Websteri Dave"Rose Orth. at the stadium -
I! at 10 pjn.over WLOF. 5:30 Kate Smith _-__ Nick Carter ,-_ Bob Burns _
__ ____._ here and I
r The "RCA Victor Show" with Robert 8:45 Kate Smith! Nick Carter Bob Burns
Merrill Too:: Oeu Autry ..=:Dreg Pearson Jut Benny- -..::: believe that is
V baritone; and the orchestra and male chorus under IIS: Oen. Autry Don Oardlner ___ Jack Benny .__. the career I
,'. Shield's direction heard at 1 from 9:30: Blondle -_ OrUt Story Told. Pitch Bandwagon
Roy p.m. :
S:45: Blondie __ -= Ortit 8toryTold FltchBandwafon I would like to fol-
*\'WORZ.' Includes Prlml's "Rose Marie:" "Songs My -7::00-Sam-f.pade ..,_ Mediation"Board-.-Stars of Tomor'ow low. My pet Atwood
i|Mother Taught Me;" "Strange Music:" To My 7:IS Bam Spade Mediation Board Btara of-Tomor'ow I weakness is to model formals butI
7 30 Crime Doctor __ Voices of Strings Guest Star
Mother;" "Ritual Fire Dance" and "Evening };tar." 7:45 Crime ___ Voices of Strings Here to Veterans : can go in for the casual attiro VILLENEUVE CO
, *' Mrs. Maud Bums, "mother" to 20 boys at Dobbs Too rl1.a Archer __ Exploring Unkn'n Musical Showcases' also.. When I finish high schoolI &
:IS Corliss Archer Exploring: TJnkn'n Musical Showcase hope that I may find some way
Perry [N. Y. Children's Village, Is the Mother'sDay 1:30: Tony Martin _.. Double or Nothing Musical Showcase :
guest of emcee Milo Boulton. on "We. The a:43 Tony Martin __ Double or Nothing Musical Showcase to realize my ambition. .
People. heard at 9:30: p.m. over WDBO. She relater -, -9:Too T.k.Ii-LUY.-u.,_-Gabriel Reatter _:.-Fops-Concert-__ I
':13 Take It-Leave It Gabriel Heatter Pops Concert
her experiences as "mother" to more than 9 30 W. the People .? Counter Spy' __ Pops Concert ,_ Ann Eidson senior, OHS:
.45 W. the People -Counter Spy ____ Pops Concert ____ "My first ambition is to finish
100 boys during the years she has been associated l0Oo-armpho iU.-_.__.-Theater Guild-...-News- :.:-=:= college where_____ _I plan to major In
with Children's Village. Sympbonette Theater Guild Cesar Searehlnger n SUCCESSORS TO
10:IS ---_ b S nessdm.n BOONE 8 CO.
10:30: Music You Know Theater Guild Henry Russells _
WDIO (JIO) WLOIF am WORZ (74' 10:45 Musle You Know__ Theater Guild Henry' Russells -- istration. Then
1-00 Melodic. IIla! Oft a: News __ -_- fiOm-NBc- '
Woo News T Snorts Parade News I want to marry
1:11: Welod1. Glory Plu.'U Trio 11:13 Ball Scores _._.. Dance Orcb. .._. Musle. Schrednlck family II
1:30 e.lodles Chapel ta the Sky and have a -
Dance Orch. Francis Craig Or.
C4): "elod1e. .___ Chapel ta the Sky 11 11:30::43 Dance Dance Orch Orch News _________ Francis Craig Or of my own.

5:00 1:15: Sostlitt Bapwt Hr.Hr. ____ Oresn Or..a Rnelll.Reveille .__.Newe Green Boritl w 21:00: News ______ Sign Otf Newt*-Sign-Off However I am
1:30 This II Our Duty Organ R ?elll. Church of Christ 12:15 Dance Orch ... going to be pre .
T:43 Rv. Bob Jones __ Ort a Rcvellie Church of Christ 12:30: Dance Orch pared to follow \
12:43 Dance Orcb -
:00 News _i. 1 Church ef Air World Newe -
> businessoccupation
::IS Reafro Vane =Church of Air _Lucerne Q'pl TUna 1:00: Sign some r
if it .

N. J- with ministration bldg., the gift of Mrs. becomes neces- I
tion Upper I think
George E. Warren has been com- sary. .
Rollins Gels the understanding that the V-E v ------- that an girls
pleted: Corrin hall the girls
be completed by the Eidson should have
program dormitory given by Mrs. Henry
that would enable themto
above date. j Alvah Strong is now under con-
secure and hold a Job in order
struction Orlando
: and funds for
While gratified that the balance to help their busbands get start-
More DonationsRollins hall a classroom bldg. have been : .'
needed to windup by the promised by a group of Orlando ea and to assist in times of need.
V-E goal has been reduced since citizens.
College has reduced last Saturday from $90,000, I' "Helen Martin senior. OHS: I Yy 7
I would like to become
a com-
from $90,000 to $59.000 within .. ,\
Pres. Hamilton Holt nevertheless Hardware Men Will mer cial ..rtist aA"A T* .SiaA.1ft" I>V a-
the 1aat week the amount neededto warned of the difficult task Meet tend a college I
Here Tomorrow
complete successfully: its $575- ahead and added that "every that has a good .
I Approximately 250 hardware art school. I have
000 Victory-Expansion program, one of us charred with attaining -
the 'men from all over the State will : always liked to i
it was announced last night. Victory Expansion goal
will fire virtually all of our gather here tomorrow for a two- I draw and I think
The college must reach its V-E time to it until June 4." I day convention of the Florida Retail it would be wonderful -
goal by June 4 If It is to meet the Hardware Assn., H. H. Pars l to do illustrations -I
conditions of a grant of $500.000 At the time the library was given chairman of the entertain- for books
to Rollins last Fall the V-E ai.nt; committee, said yesterday. I II' I or magazines. My
for a new library and its equip-
program was about $245,000 shortof The morning will be given over plans now are to 4 VERNON VILLENEUVE
ment. The library 'was given to realization. to the registration of delegates attend the University -
Rollins by Davella Mills Founda- Under the program the new ad-I' followed by various business meet-I', of Georgia J Owner
ings. A banquet will be held at 'I next year. 1
i iI
I the Orlando Country Club tomorrow -I and i will devote Martin
night. Officers of the asso-I, most of my time studying art and HOWARD TAYLOR PATRICIA VILLENEUVE

ciation for the coming year will illustrations." Service Manager Office Manager
HEADQUARTERS FOR be elected during the meeting.I 1 *
I Mary Ford senior. OHS: -
--COLUMBIA I I Alabama led all States In the i I "I guess my ambition can be

-DECCA poundage of package bees shipped !I divided in three parts. The first I 41 W. JEFFERSON ST.
in 1946. with a total of 263.000 thing I want to
-CAPITOL pounds. Georgia was second with I do is graduate
259.000 pounds. Together the two from college.
VICTOR States supplied 40 per cent of the Then I want to
package bees.RADIO. 1 I I be able to do
RECORDS script writing
and last I wantto
SERVICE get married

and have a hap
py home. I have
Expert record changer service work t. been doing some
guaranteed Pickup and Deliver ; iT
script writing for
Economy Auto Supply Store the radio groups

tu S. Orange Are. Phone Mil I Ford in school and .bUDR
really enjoy it. and I plan to study
............................................................ : writing at whatever college I at- .

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I P : REFRIGERATORS Janis Wells senior. OHS:
"I have always been interested
WASHERS in archaeology- and would like tocontinuethe

NEED REPAIRS? e study. I am alsoInterested RE
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Mam'selle Mahzel Next i to ride a lot. I
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would like
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Linda ___....___._.Ray Noble..___._.___.- .63 Conapare able to do the things I like best.I .

Guilty .....__-.--.Johnny Desmond________._ .63 am going to enroll at the Flor-
ida State College for Women the
My Adobe Hacienda _.._._.Dinning Sisters...___. .63 witn ait others next two years but after that I

Jalousie ..__._.__....Herbie Fields.._.___ .63 may go to a school in the West.

I'll Close My Eyes ..._......Dinah Shore..____.._______ .63 in tone, in beauty, ANGEBILT

Across The Alley From The Alamo ...Stan Kenton.._ .63
I Wont To Thank Your Folks ____.Frank Sinatra..___ .63 in value .

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Page 32 f!ElrI ; sunDnu Sttdt tI-6fttr Orlando, Florida, May 11, 1947( approval to a membership meet- I tires"and accessories for the Orlando
Builders Here ing scheduled by the Exchangefor Villeneuve Buys area.Villeneuve..
? May 19 at 8 p.m. in the CofC I who lives at 208 E.
Winter Park Ave.. has been associated
I Scholarships Bldg. with auto services and tire
Pace Gets Promotion Plan BarbecuePreparations Atty.*Charles O. Andrews will sales here the last 13 years and
speak on Mechanics Lien Law Tire Sales Firm F has been with his present company -
at the latter meeting I' for almost 10. He is a firm
Harold V. Pace. Scout executive ed here has exceeded the average Mich where he served for six Open at Riddle Fortes .said also that several '!believer in the future of Orlando
of the Central Florida Boy Scout for the entire regldn-Region 6. years as Scout executive of the for ,the annual Boone Ss Co.. 41 W. Jefferson!' as a city and trading center. ,....
which covers Florida. Georgia and Wolverine CounciL Before that barbecue to be held by the Central applications from prospective St. tire dealer auto repairs gaso- I "I foresee a great and Profit- ,"
Council for the last nine members would be acted on at the I
years the Carollnas. he served for three years as assistant Six $1,200 educational scholarships Florida Builders' Exchange in meeting.It IUne. oil and storage, has been able future ahead for the en-
has been appointed executive ofthe Scout executive of the : directors ercetle and up-to-date tire
Scout membership in the councU' June will be made at the I
monthly purchased -
Tidewater Council with headQuarters seven-county area has been Grand Rapids. Mich.. Area Council each covering two years of directors by Vernon W. Villen dealer." Villeneuve declared.
work at Riddle Inter- r dinner Tuesday at 6:30: has long been possible to install euve. it was announced Immediately planning -
in Norfolk. Va. it was announced doubled and the number of CUbs and the Four Lakes Council college p.m.,, in the Chamber of Commerce a television set in combina- yesterday. I will start
has been increased 10 times he Madison Wis. He is a native of American College at Coral Gablesare At the and building by organization : -
here yesterday by W. A. I Bid*.. Fred M. Fortes tion with telephnes! so that each same time. YillrneuTe along these lines."
bson of Atlanta regional Scout said.The regional executive said Ohio but was reared in Milwaukee. open to 1947 high school grad executive secretary said yester I speaker can see the other but the announced the company had

executive. that in Norfolk Pace would have uates throughout Florida. R. Earl I day.Plans devices are too costly for generaluse. been appointed as distributor There are 2,263 carats in a
: The announcement followed the more opportunity for service because "I want to express my thanks Kipp general supervisor of Orange will be submitted for for United States Rubber Co. pound.prrEiiiic.
bi-monthly dinner meeting of the : of the greater population and appreciation to the hundredsof County schools yesterday said he
faithful volunteer Scouters who had been advised by John Paul
Central Florida Council's execu- there. Besides Norfolk the Tide-
tive board Friday night which water Council includes Ports- helped me in my work here." Pace Riddle school chairman.
I said MI wish for this Kipp added that all students
pobson attended. mouth and an area extending yesterday.
Dobson said that Pace was being' southward into the northern council continued growth and desiring to enter the competitive
promoted to the Tidewater Council part of f'orth Carolina. I prosperity in doing an even better examination which will cover gen-
post because of the "fine work" Pace came here from Adrian.Underwriters', Job in the service of boyhood. eral high school subjects should'i
he. has done in this area.14r. .\ write immediately to the dean of ,
the college requesting informationon
Pace has been not only an
the scholarships. Letters shouldbe
outstanding Scout executive here.
mailed by May 19 to the dean
out he has also Parley
been a leader 137 Coral Way. Coral Gables Fla.

among the executives All entrants must be residentsof .
of the Florida and members of a
region serving as Expected to Draw 300Between class graduated in 1947. They
(heir conference will receive full particulars upon
(ChairmanDob- indicating their desire to participate -

ton!Pace said.who lives 300 and 400 delegates are expected to attend in the examination.The AN OUTSTANDING DAY FOR VALUES !

.set 1813 Baylar- the three-day annual convention of the Florida State Life college specializes In accelerated ci: :

ian Blvd. will Underwriters Assn. which will open here Wednesday at language courses and offers ,, .. .
; '
In addition to standard college - -:-
Conclude his work Orange Court Hotel, L. W. Newby, convention chairman,
work five business career SHOP EARLY TOMORROW! GET
in-ida Central May 24. said yesterday. courses with emphasis on Inter- YOUR SHARE OF VALUES! 7

liter a Flor-I Federalists To Hear Central Florida Association of under American the relations.GI bill and It is is co-educa-approved "HURRY DOWN BEFORE THEY'RE ALL GONE!"
vacation Life Underwriters headed by Ru-
I,/.1.uties up his .'. Prof. Lewis A. DexterLewis fus A. Perry will be host to the tional declared.and non-sectarian Kipp
in NorPace AT 9 A. M. MONDAY 200
yolk June 10. His wife and their A. Dexter professor of convention.
sociology at the University of Principal speakers will be Julian
Jiree children Janet 14, Judith I
U. and James 8. will remain here Florida will speak on Techniquesof S. Myrick second' vice-president. : Credit GroupSchedule
I Social Action at the monthly HOBNAIL CHENILLES .
}temporar11Y.; Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New r .
At the executive board meet- meeting of the Winter Park
L Lacy G. Thomas president I Chapter. United World Federalists. York; Laurence F. Lee president

f-U6.appointed a committee headed by Friday at 8:15: pm. in the Peninsula Life Insurance Co.
Claude H. Wolfe to work with the Rollins College Alumni House. Jacksonville; J. B. Baumann. .
regional executive in selecting a George Saute president said vice-president. National Association -
successor for Pace. The commlt- the Winter Park chapter had Invited of Life Underwriters find
members of the Orlando Pacific Mutual Life ''In Florida Production
ee is composed of the chairmen manager. -
; the council's seven districts. chapter to attend and that the surance Co.. Houston: H. G. Ken- Credit Assn.. Sanford. has expanded -
,pf Its
Among tributes paid to Pace at meeting would be open to "all agy. vice-president. Mutual Bene- office schedule in Orlando
the meeting was that of Dobson citizens interested in hearing a fit Life Insurance Co. Newark: W. to three days a week Leonard R.
who said that the council's growth discussion on the problems of Sheffield Owen agency director I Toy. secretary-treasurer, announced I
during the nine years he has serv- attaining world government." I ordinary department. Industrial The yesterday. j
Life and Health Insurance Co,. office located at 45 W. .
Central Ave.. will be all
open day
Atlanta and J.
JJ6) / State Insurance Commissioner.Larson .I Tuesdays nesday and and mornings. on Wed- !
: "There will be round table discussions -
f' in various departments in association, a short-term \ '
i "SPECIAL" CHECKING ACCOUNTS which underwriters may be inter- financing co-operative make full Size Twin Size'v
ested. Newby said. "Qualified loans to citrus
growers farmers
r COST ONLY lOc Take your choice of 6 luscious '$w' ,
f ti NJr. leaders will be in charge of these dairymen cattlemen and others j Pastel Shades
I FOR EACH CHECK WRITTEN!Ir groups." engaged in agriculture in Bre- Blue-green. a
Peach Dusty-Gold and
vard. Lake Orange, Osctola. Creamy dr
\ White. All first quality all per1
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT ORLANDO a; Seminole and Volusia Counties. fect! Ideal for drapes and .% : '' ,
l UnderwritersTo The service is vanities -U1
being extended ,
Capitol and Surplus One Million Dollars because
Orlando is the most convenient -
of the association members according -

Meet Here to ToyChurch PENNEYS ENTIRE '

Central Florida Assn. of Life s
Underwriters will be host to more
I than 300 delegates to the State Recreation'Park s q1 tsi, Pate 1 I y

To make for offer the Life Underwriters convention here I
room major appliances, we May 14. 15 and 16. L. W. Newby. Con ditioned

following items at our cost, while they last. yesterday.convention chairman reported w s

Kent Coffee,Makers ......._.__....u.._.._ ..._...$ 6.93 Principal speakers will include I The Brotherhood of the Holden
Julian S. Myrick. second vice Heights Baptist Church has completed -
[Tray. Cream & Sugar. Serving Bottle president of Mutual Life Insurance a recreation park. including 1 FOR A r

Co., New York; Laurence F. Lee. I basketball tennis; croquet and
Kitchen Flourescent Lights __._.._.__._... 4.77 president. Peninsular Life Insur- horseshoe pitching courts for the 5OOD NIGHTS SLEEP

Bed Lamps ....._._..__._._..:_:.......:..._....... 1.58 ance Co. Jacksonville; J. B. Bau- young people of the church and
mann. vice president. Natl. Assn. community it was I
Bed Lamps ___..__........._....... 4.0'1PinUp Life Underwriters Houston Tex.; terday. announced yes- : FLUFFY BED

Lamps ..'-:'_..._.._:::........... 2.25 I H. G. Kenagy. vice-president. Approximately 250 persons, attended II Here's real pillow ,.
Mutual Benefit Life Ins. Co.. a barbecue the
Kitchen Stools _j_--:.__._..__ 3.33 Newark. N.J.: W. S. Owen agency Tuesday night which on was followed grounds I luxury! Lay your head

Faraday Chimes ___._._.._.._.___......_ 3.30 director. Industrial Life and by dedication ceremonies con- on one of these and really 4 \
Health Ins. Co. Atlanta and 'ducted by the I relax! Covered with 8-oz. stripe 1
Edwards Chimes ___ ....... ..__._.. 4.68 State Insurance Com. J. Edwin George L.
Brown together with I Pres. sateen finish! Size 20" x 26". ..

Sink Drain Cleaners .........__......._;-.._... 1.50 I Larson. Charles Greenwell Gene Flynn A few 100% down Pillows $7.90 '

Sink Drain Cleaners ......:::: ....:: _.._.._......._ 2.37 LOWER "If If* .
Food Choppers .._..._.._..... ..:.._.............._ 2.97 COST LOANS r Tim Fi.aneo* W park was named in honorof '

All Metal See-Saw .._._...:._....................._ 12.50 ItIn.talUnent David White whose untiring a 3
efforts helped make the project w
Moth Spray [qt.] ... 1.47 l.anpert. possible. Rev. Brown said. 'r I a

Moth Spray [pt.l ._._.._.._.._..__.___ .75 tA Fber Following the ceremony there Carefree
were two basketball games be- Colorful
5-Pc. Kitchen Aluminum Sets __._..._ 8.75 FIRST NATIONAL BANK tween two girl teams and two" __

Aluminum Garbage Can ..........................:..... 5.95 J K.._ rtdrril Do..." lawMr* Ccrpmtlo boy teams from the church.. 'I a r ,$ g d, g
"We are looking forward to the
Smoothies for making Ice Cream ..............._, 5.97 time when we will have a numberof f PUT YOUR BLANKETS 7jfo

Kwik Whip Mixer ?........__._.._....._. .60 matched basketball games." the ''N THIS STURDY M '
1 SERVICERefrigeration Rev. Brown stated. "As well as k
Margy Maid Mixer............._........:.:.:.::...... 1.79 volley ball tennis croquet and

Aluminum Juicers .......:.":.:.::!:!......::!!._._ 2.95 and Radio horseshoe pitching games. STORAGE All Wonderful Values! R

Electric' Churns -.-: ::::- ::...:: _... 10.39 Service sonnel -to Competent! Per- 1 >
serve you Orchids
Card Tables.. "--';:'L.: ....:._._.__ 5.20 Cattleya CHEST r
Work Guaranteed Reported in Bloom VI I SOFT PASTEL

PHONE..SI36 Nearly 100 mammoth Cattleya $
orchids as well as many other
Orlando Appliance Co. varieties are now in bloom in the $3.29 SOLID COLORSStrongly
WILLARD & KEISER Mead Botanical Gardens accord I
ing to William Jess. orchidist.
210 N. Orange Ave. TeL 4537 Norge and Philco Dealer Many of these are the Cattleya constructed to l last! Gay, new Colors in sturdy cotton

Posse neater Block-Colonliltowm Mossiae. or Easter Orchid which Size 40" x 20" x 21" deep. Just ,
were delayed in blooming by unseasonable 1 k ,, : right to hold all your extra Cloth, wash-fast, tool! Size 54" x 54"
weather. s blankets of clothes dur300 Cloths will sell fast MONDAY!I 4
The garden has a collection of ing the summer .
No limit! Attention cafes and D
r more than 300 gardenia bushes Finished in nVeNAPKIS TO
fD41 + rapidly coming into bloom. Every ins. These are ideal for you! MATCH ea. 250hardwood
lady visiting the garden today will grain.
be presented with. gardenia cor-
sage in honor of Mothers Day. IT'S PENNEY'S .
Children are Invited to bring
their mothers for a quiet Sunday FOR DRAPERIES
outing among the orchids roses
hemerocallls. fancy-leaf calladlums AND SLIP COVER r
and other rare plants now on 1 lr
display at the four greenhousesand : /
along the brookside trail. FABRICSNEW
Picnic tables are available for
parties. Mead Garden i* open from '

9 am. to 6 pjn. Sundays and from F I DRAPERIES ,
9 am. to 5 pm. week days.
Gay leaf designs I
by Burlington 1 49 ;
British farmers Increased ara- a 1 /f I Ii'
Mills. In natural.
ble acreage in England more -
than a million acres during World wine coral blue. yd. I
War I. ,,;r ;. 48" wide. ,
s eLefar I
ra New Slip Cover r
SI ,
44 .
J striped in green and ? I !
1 wine. Ideal for studio

rar,, CLERNERS0)uM&Gf ANOTHERBIG couches ;'
oaaDD and porch
I.1 000 fouroetrfGrseffvcf SHIPMENT OF chairs. 98cf' I
P//2-32J2 600OffA6f AKr 36 Wide


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