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 16, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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j President
Orlando Leaders Join


Truman Program Up to Big Four,

In I Endorsement Of

On Near East Aid I I Bevin WarnsImportance Against 'Economic Bust'

Meter Plan.
Administrator Job Parking Of

Difficult To Fill London Meet Cited 1.
N First meeting of the newly-organized Citizen's Com-

WASHINGTON [AP] Pres. mittee, formed to carry on an educational campaign favor- LONDON [ U P ] Foreign Yes Sir That's Our Baby ,,1 Truman T Renews

Truman got the authority for ing Installation of parking meters in Orlando, was held Secretary Bevin said in Commons -

his $400 million aid programfor last night at the Chamber of Commerce Bldg., where city yesterday the fate of ,

Greece and Turkey from officials, merchants, civic leaders and citizens voiced the world hangs on the next \ ti .t% F ryEru. Attack on Prices

Congress yesterday but reported unanimous approval of the plan. Big Four Foreign Ministers' oN2EP ,

Robert Carr. former CofC Conference here in November. HAM r
trouble In getting an :
UnderwritersElect president and well known civic Bevin left no doubt that he Assails
for It. I GreedyLack
He remarked that In such times leader was selected chairman of meant the diplomatic gulf between

the citizen's group with Miss Russia and the Western. Allies
k its these able public officials are i NewOfficers
Sophie Grundler CofC director must be bridged..
just as Important to the welfareof I of CooperationIn
during and women's club leader %s vice Referring to the problems which
the country they are I
chairman.Led the Moscow Big Four Conferenceleft Congress Cited
a shooting war as he phrased i iIt
off by William Mulllns. unsolved he said In a speech
but he finds able men reluctant C. Alexander Smith of opening a two-day fulldress WASHINGTON [UP] Pres.
chairman of the city planning
to ment.take hard Jobs in the Govern Ocala, representative of the arid zoning board a large groupof foreign affairs debate: 7O Truman, in another of a

New York Life InsuranceCo. to "If so of these Issues -
6t\ Even before the House and speakers urgently appealed many series of sharp attacks on

\"HBenate" approved a compromiseand ., was elected president of "every citizen in Orlando to get i relations Germany between Austria and.East in and addition west, high prices, said yesterday

completed Congressional action the Florida State Associationof out and vote". on June 3 for -are not brought to a much more the nation can stave off a

online bill just about as Mr. I Life Underwriters yesterday to ing meters. Mullins park-I satisfactory conclusion in Novem- BlL1 % depression. so long as the greedy
heard of the
had "never
Truman wanted it, he had approached I succeed Robert L. "Bo Walker of ber x x x no one can.prophesy the I 0 ) people don't seize control.
removing parking meters in any 0
the man he wants for 1 Orlando incumbent for the past course the world will take. 1R1 He told his news conference

administration but found the.man city where they have been install- 0 1- '11 U U that despite co-operation of some
year.The ed." "I regard the London Confer- p
reluctant to take the job. I underwriters who are holdIng ence, with the Issues clear before people in his "moral suasion"

Asked whether the Greek- a three-day meeting here He pointed out they would It. as probably: the most vital In campaign to bring the cost of

Turkish program aimed at haltI I heard Walker. Orlando managerfor not only: produce revenue which the world's history living down this co-operation still

ing the spread of Communism I the Peninsular Life InsuranceCo. could be used for elvle better- Isn't enough particularly among.
Bevin expressed regret that RUS-
would give rise to similar U. S. ., Jacksonville report that the ment but would in Orlando "re- members of Congress.
sia had refused to accept the U. S.
moves in other areas the President association is urging passage of line"a serious traffic conges proposal for a Big Four treaty to SFr r Commodity prices are still toe

>replied that any: inch a State legislation requiring pros-j tion. enforce disarmament on Germany. high he said and this is pro

situation would be met shouldit I Merle Heasley, city commissioner "I felt that here was the U. 8. during the nation's major economic -
arise. and chairman of the city's traf- malady.:
responding to a suggestion being
The measure as finally passed fic committee said plans at present urged all over the world that the Just before he spoke the Bureauof

4 contains a preamble by Sen. call for Installation of only East and West should come together Labor Statistics reported that

Vandenberg [R-Mich specifyingthat I "about 400 meters in the 8791 and that they had actually wholesale prices for the week end

It conforms with the UN downtown parking spaces if they designed and planned a great ; ed May 10 halted a five-week decline I

.Charter, a provision by which the .are voted in by the people. He bridge between two views and and remained substantially

UN could call a halt to the U. S. 1 said he could "not conceive why made harmony where there had / unchanged on the average from

program if it acts Itself and requirements there should be any opposition toa been discord." Bevin said. d1 the previous week.

that the administrator movement that would immedi- ** xxx The very principle which Although the average market

of the program must be eon- ately relieve our congested traffic. over shadowed this treaty would prices of all farm products rose

firmed by the Senate and mem -- He pointed out that the meters have'altered the course of world one per cent food prices generally

! bers of the Aid Mission checkedfor Smith Walker would be of "the penny type" and affairs."I declined during the week.

loyalty. I the primary reason for their Installation hope and trust that on reflection The President said he had not
pective life insurance sellers to
Meanwhile a Senate .House "certainly is not for i all of us will be able to yet seen a prediction by 10,

committee got to work on a final pass a written examination prov- revenue but to clean up our traffic I strive x x x tq create an atmos- prominent economists, including
ing a knowledge of the business. j "
version of the relief authoriza situation. phere so that a beginning can be three former OPA chiefs that
"If this legislation is granted." I. Chief of Police Roy Larson stated ,
tion. made with a treaty of this character the country ii heading swiftly
Walker declared,"Florida will be that parking meters are "the ,
toward "economic bust" in
f,, The Senate voted the fall an
r, $35o million-.requested by Mr. l the first State in the South I I only .answerto our traffic prob i .*If*.we do not grasp it now, the next three to'fire yean.
which has shown definite progress -
Truman but the House allowed in this vital field." [Continued on Page 2, CoL 3] the chance may: never come Reds Peril Films. Menjou Warns The economists headed by former

only $200 million. Other differ I again." OPA boss Chester\ Bowles.

cares too remained to be ad, I Vice-presidents of the association Lumber Firm Bevin then warned the Germans called for immediate Government
elected were L. HOLLYWOOD [UP] A self- 'a "rat and a Fascist" for oppos-
E. McCutchen and Congressional action on an
justed. I that they must continue to go styled modern Paul Revere yesterday ing Communism here adding: I .
Pensacola. Gulf Life InsuranceCo. Leveled Fire sounded the alarm that 3 motion is "emergency" nine-point program.
The House Foreign Affairs i by hungry for the next three months I "The picture industry
.; J. P. Griffen Tallahassee Communists and to stave off the "crisis."
the Germans j, the Reds were marching on Holly c lousy with has j
and he said bluntly that -
Committee considered the Presi
Peninsular Life Insurance Co.; [Special! to Orlando Morning Sentinel] 'wood and Communists would engulf r j been for years." Mr. Truman then reassertedhis
,dent's recommendation for authority LeRoy W. Newby, Orlando Reliance DELAND Fire last night destroyed themselves were getting what the film industry unless | "I want to be the Paul Revere -
belief economic collapse
for the U. S. to partici- Life Insurance Co. Jack buildings of the Jacobs I they asked for I stopped. .v who sounds the alarm" that an -
pate in the UN International ; "I have no doubt that It Is due Film fashion-plate Adolphe I Menjoa said. "Pro-Communists Is neither necessary: nor
Knight. Jacksonville Union Central Lumber and Supply Co. here. to the obstinacy and Intranslgeant Menjou charged before the I are in such influential high positions Inevitable.
Refugee Organization.
Life Insurance Co.; Robert A. causing an estimated $ OOOO dam- House committee on un-Amer i, here that a lot of honest If we follow the rules of com-
attitude of the Soviet Government I
I Patrick Lakeland, Pan AmericanLife 'I ican activities that "Communism < 4 t ;j' antl-Communbto are afraid to and do not let the
mon sense
age.The that we have not agreement war- is out to destroy America." their mouths.
New York Awaits 'Raid'BY Insurance Co.. and H. H. flames apparently startedin I : ifr11 i open greedy people get control of the
time Foreign Secretary Anthony His testimony so impressed Rep.i Menjou said the "masters in
Hampton! West Palm Beach. Gulf the workshop of the firm. Fire Thomas R-NJ.l that he invited Moscow" want to take over Holly- country, he said there will be
SuPerf orts Today Eden said in opening for the op- F "'-'::- __ ,_ I
Chief Cliff Botts reported. after Bevin had I Menjou to appear at an open session Thomas Mtnjon wood so they can use the movie neither bust nor boom.
WASHINGTON [AP] Droningin Life.Jul B. Baumann vice-president i The city's entire fire-fighting position spoken. of the committee in Wash-I industry to propagandize for the I

from the sea 131 Superfort- of the National Association of Life force battled..the blaze. : ington June IS and repeat his Rupert Hughes novelist and I I overthrow of the U. S. Government Windsors Back in England
will "attack" New York U.S. CautiousIn statements. screen writer said he was called s
resses at Underwriters In speaking of the The fire Department Is investi- SOUTHAMPTON.England (CAP

1130am.: [EST] today and then need for life Insurance by the gating further the cause of the : The Duke and Duchess of Windsor -

swing on to six other key cities average person related that the blaze. Botts said. Food Relief I Romne ConvictedFor returned to England for a

in less than three hours. Texas City Texas disaster had re- WASHINGTON TAP] The Gov- Slot MachinesBill Maj. Way's Rites :visit Queen last Elizabeth.night aboard the liner

Climax of the mass flight, for I [Continued on Page 2, CoL 2] Uranium Deposits ernment has no Intention of en- Concealing
training and to demonstrate I
rapidity of modern lightning warfare Found in Arizona tering the nation's food markets Shortage in Funds The WeatherORLANDO
will come when the big formation Underground ExplosionsHalt and running the risk of boosting EndorsedTALLAHASSEE I To Be Saturday '

roars over Washington at PHOENIX. Ariz. [AP The prices and depleting reserves in WASHINGTON [UP] A Federal AND VICINITY
Land Trains
2:30 pm. [EST]. Holy Phoenix Gazette said yesterday in order to Increase rations In restive court jury yesterday found Kenneth Partly: cloudy: continued warm
Other targets Include Newark JERUSALEM (UP] The Jewish a copyrighted story that extensive Western Germany an aid to Sec- [AP] The i Romney. former House ser- Maj.j Walter Delaney Way, today and tomorrow.

Trenton. Philadelphia, Wilmington underground planting powerful : deposits of camotite. a : Senate Finance and Tax- geant-at-arms guilty of fraudently -I prominent Orlando insur- *
I retary of Agriculture Anderson
and Baltimore. mines under hundreds of yards of uranium-bearing ore. have been '
track, broke Palestine's main rail discovered in a copper claim In said yesterday. ation Committee put its endorsement I concealing a $143,863 shortagein ; ance b/oker who died at his Cracker Jim Sez:

Phone Hub Picketing connection with the outside\ world I Hack's canyon a tributary of the He explained the Government yesterday on the j I House bank funds that stretched home, 716 Glendonjo Dr., Iffen you want some of them
yesterday. It will take two daysto Grand Canyon. 135 miles southeast already has purchased virtually over two decades. I II field peas.to feed them younguns
Ended in Southeast repair the break and restore I of Fredonla. Ariz.Three other all the food which It plans to send !measure to legalize and tax 1 1I The jury was out only an hour I yesterday, will be given a with you had better get them in

At! WASHINGTON train service between Haifa and large deposits were reported I to Germany during May and June. I pari-mutuel slot machines. I I and 50 minutes and convicted him I full military funeral by the American the groun fore '
] Striking
Cairo. nearby. all three of the indict- ,
I on counts next Tuesday on r
I first tax 1 1
The bill is the new Legion.
employes of the Western ElectricCo. I I
Two British officers trying to i Arizona department of mineral ment.
BERLIN AP] British officials i the dark of that
withdrew their picket lines neutralize mine were killed I resources reported showeda measure to come of the committeefor Services will be conducted at '
from a an assay : said yesterday a fleet of almost The 65-year-old Montana Dem- 1 moon cause it's :iJ '
Southeast telephone last buildings In the! when it exploded. content of 1}2 per cent uranium I 50 ships will be pressed Into ser- consideration by the Senate ocrat faces a maximum penalty of 4 p.m. tomorrow at the FairI I goin to be too .

national offices night announced and their the basic ingredient in the atomic vice from now until the end of I 30 years in prison and a $3p,000 child Funeral Chapel, 301 E. ',late by then.

were giving "serious consideration" they-I De Gasper; Return bomb. I the month to speed 392,000 tons floor.The proposal by Sen. Me- fine. His attorney. William H Ivanhoe Blvd., by Dr. MarshallC. )) 1 Them vittuls has ;
Collins, announced he would
from'America got to be planted
of foodstuffs to
lines throughout to the removing the country.of all picket I As Premier ExpectedROME Green Sees AFL, CIO/ I I Germany's hungry millions. Arthur of Fernandina would I appeal and Judge Alexander Holt- Dendy, pastor, and by Dr. i when the moon ,

UP[ ] President Enricode legalize an "electrically operated : zoff delayed passing sentence until Lindsay! : McNair pastor emeritus : is shinin iffen

Nicola announced last night I Mergernevitable'/ Schwellenbach Warns console type. pari-mutnel gameof I a week from today. of the First Presbyterian you want them to j

Burglar/ Hunts Hoard, that he would name a premierto I CINCINNATI tAP] AFL Pres. I chance" on which the State Church. grow fast like.

Slays Wealthy Widow head Italy's Third Republican William Green said here yesterday Against Labor Curbs would get six per cent of the : Capt. Martin Smith, The best time is when dollarbut the moonis
Government today. I a merger of the CIO and the Interment will be made In : brite like a silver
CHICAGO tAP] Wealthy Mrs. Political observers believed it AFL "is inevitable. adding that SHAWNEE-ON DELAWARE machine's play.McArthur Jet Ace, ,Dies in Crash Greenwood Cemetery accompan- dont never put em in the groun

Carrie Hallberg 76. a widow recluse was almost certain that Alcide de the "anti-labor bills x x x are the Pa (UP] Labor Secretary Schwel- chairman of the fInance DAYTON. Ohio [APJ Capt. led by a volley from a firing squad I II' when you can't see after sundown.
lenbach warned fast night that like next
was found slain resigned two chief Hits goin to
yesterday Gasperi. who days reason why all labor must estimated his measure Martin L. Smith 27. of Kidder.I
in her littered West Side apart- ago because of Leftist oppositionto be under one banner because our passage of legislation banning the group Mo., of the nation's foremostjet week an them pea seeds shouldbe
ment and police said she appar- his financial policy, would be enemies are united against us and closed shop union shop and would raise about $17 million propulsion one test pilots was 1 (See Editorial Page 8) I where the rain is goin to do
ently was the I. maintenance of membership would i annually. When he introduced the em good fore it's too dark like.TODAY'S .
victim of a burglar named again. we must unite against them. I killed yesterday when his P-80 : I i iI
"pandora's box of labor -b
seeking a hoard of cash. She had open a bill he said it the only alter-
troubles." I was I pursuit plane crashed In a hollow and Taps"from a buglar to be ?
been and bound with a chain gagged ECONOMY DRIVE SHIFTS INTO HIGH SPEED However, he predicted before I native to taxes on sales or heavier five miles north of Xenia. Ohio. I provided by the local Legion post 1 Oayta MacH T>d..:TIDES HUH 4'00 t IB.
apparently strangled to death. the National Textile Seminar here 'property, taxes. I The plane and the pilot's body of which Maj. Way was a past I II sad 4J4: pm., Low 10.IS a'm sod 104:

that "we can expect smoother |I Owners of the machines would : were scattered over approximately I commander. 'II p.m.eoc- ...eh TidM Hiih 4 10 a m. sad
Tonight's Movies t Departmental Courts Budgets sailing along the Industrial front '! keep 12 per cent of the play andover i six acres of land Richards said I Complete arrangement of the 4'44 p m;; Low InM 10..2iiJ'1: 405 M p.mWMltxtt m..
of time the machine
AIrHAM- Sea of Or....'1JJ. 4:15.: ( -provided we maintain a sound a period Smith held the world's unofficial funeral. details awaited last night and 4.39 PSI Low 10:20 s.m, and 1041
would feed back 82 cent to the
V:31. 9 40 per speed record for Jet pro- I p.m.
"OXT. = Crew JlF React 1:40.'3;41. 143.CAMEO ; economic player I pelled aircraft-613 miles) an hour,i I [Continued on Pace 2. CoL 1] lUll ...*._ Ri*.S 3:33' .t.705.
: V es. Trimmed 23 Per Cent by House LOCAL TEMPERATURESRecorded
I -
: Pardon MF part R:30.: I:38. The State's six per cent take I Ii by TJ. 8 Weather liar.*. it
COLONY: Suddenly Us Sprms. S,00, ; North Dakota Quakes Felt Municipal Airport.
3:51. S'M. 7' would go to the public schools Maximum Mt Minimum M
GRAND: Th. liainUletBt Rocne. 221.; WASHINGTON [UP] Republicans got their economy i PIERRE. S. D. TAP] Five residents and the rest would be divided I I t a.m. U 1 P"" II
8 OS. 7;.1. 10:26. Junior Pro... 118. J;U, I' drive rolling at high speed yesterday when the 2 a.1IL. 'fe 2 p m. II
again Roust to the the 67 counties.
6.38.: 5:16.RIALTO: reported Pierre Cap- evenly; among I 3 a.... 1\1\ 3 P.m. IT
.. :: Rainbow On Too Heckles slashed 23 per cent off funds asked by Pre%. Truman toI I: ital-Journal yesterday that earth Each machine operator would UN Selects -Nation' Panel 4 a.m. U I 4 P.m.. IfI
:co. 3:25.: 5:33: 10:50; Crlml l&1 Court ( I i a.m 6A 5 p.m. II
2:2s" 4 M. '::20. ':M. I operate ,three major departments and the Federal courts tremors Tuesday shook houses... pay a State license of $2,500 and i 1 a.IIL 65 5 II"" ._ n
VOGUE: Btonz City Sue. 330: 1:10: They said the tremors lasted two I 7 a.... 16 7 p.m. ______ U
1.30: BlondJt Know Best. 2.00. 4.40. ':%0. I during the new fiscal year Starting July 1. seconds. | $100 on each of his machines. I a m. 70 pm. ____..II
10 00DKfVEIN.. The House approved and sent to 41 Cities could levy an additional To Probe Palestine Problems I 5 a.ID. _.___ 7e 5 p.m. .--- _.. II 14n
Texas 10 79 10 P.IL
; of the
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'whIMkr.MERMONV., I the Senate a bill carrying $538979.492 ,- I license tax of $100 per machine. 11 a.1Il. _-_____ i 11 It m -__ it
Tw Tears Before TbiDELAND for the State. Justice and America Greece and broadcasts 25 other countries to RUSSia.did I 1947 Qu i 19471 i I There 100 would population be only in one a city machine and FLUSHING, N. Y. [UP) The UN General Assembly, 12 BeHlS ._____ 14 I 112'midnight -. 71

: DREKA-RldlBI CaMonilS Commerce Departments and the not even figure in the !> per concluding its first special session yesterday appointed': WASHINGTON fAP weather.Bureau, report -
Tratl: Dantrrous Million final out- S- ,.,.. 'Wr4 '1M Tn .Ill counties by local option elections or ump!ratare for the 24 ho ri endtnr -
EUSTU, : Return ot Monte CrUto. Land,. : judiciary.This come. could outlaw the machines. an ll-natiori'commission to investigate the Palestine prob- I p.m.: .
nab 16 YJ I I fttition Mi Lf i Stat. Mi loA
OROVELANDTrail .,f Kit Carn was $3.248.481 more As it went to the Senate, the [For other State Legislative lem, and appealed for a truce in Holy Land fighting until hfTlIl M Si I Miami' M A3
RAIN :s CITY; U? Va onu Brunette. than recommended by iU appropriations bill provides $218.128.058 for the i !developments see page 91. -- Atlaata It 63 Mobile IS 70
KISSIMMEE; Por Lo. of Ruity committee, but State Department, as compared 181920212T23242326272829B31 j the commission can report. I Atlaa City SO 4. I Montgomery IT 13
_LEESBURQ JAJ*: lwles I: tea Empire.Lauths At Andy Hardy, more than $166 million below with $297. 37.623 requested by the The Jewish underground in revealed Russia is prepared to II Chattanooga Btnnlocbau M 19 M M Nw New Orteeaa York 8 ag7* 41
SAMPOao! : Klnss Row : Th I President; $108.396,500 for Injustice : Apartment Falls, Three Die agree to perhaps the final U. S. Chicago 19Claclaaaa 45 I iforfolk Si-.I)
Bord.. Cat daw Murder UTS- the amount sought by: ]Ir. Tru I I Palestine, however, has announced partitioninto 14 14 Philadelphia M 43
man. Department, comparedwith ELKO. Nev. [UP] A 44-year-old and position on Palestine Cleveland Itackaoaville 44 PUUbnnh 11:10:
t.ry.aT.. CLOUD* Undercurrent. a request for $111.470,000: ,1947 June 1947 two-story apartment house its it win continue to fight Jewish and Arab States. : tl 65 I Richmond 59 M
True.WITTER' GARDEN: Oentlemsn Proa I Secretary of State Marshall's $194,305,484 for Commerce compared walls apparently weakened by Arab States warned violence may The commission will be com- Kansas City .e I, 81. Louis7 M
olu: : Thunder Ia The City I Key west3 72 San Antonio M 72
WINTER: HAVEN: Undercurrent. appeal to be allowed to spend $31 with $286,989,000. and $17.- J iff y lttg 7is( *Virf TfSti ''" _CA1234567/ : nearby blasting collapsed with a : spread. The Arabs abstained from posed of Australia, Canada, Czech- KnoiTllle M M I 8. martse U: 44
-PALACE LAKELAND: POLit-raflftu'a, DaashUr. I'I million in fiscal 48 to continue his 146.450 for the Federal roar into an adjacent excavation voting on the UN appeal for a oslovakia, Quatemala. India, Iran UtUe Rork SI *7 SaTaaoaa 94 M
: DrlfUI\C R) Dick 54 I Tampa M MLoutirtlia
er Tracy 51 I Los Angeles 73
CU. Ball. foreign information and cultural compared with a request I killing three 1 the Netherlands Peru. Sweden
LAKZ. Denis Playiround. dual COUI'ts.j' j yesterday sleeping truce. 17 M I Vicksburg ITlUtraphu
allll D..r. 1 program including the Voice of ,624,900. 1 tenants and injuring four ethers. Soviet Delegate A JrelGromyko ,Uruguay and Yugoslavia. 17 55 :i WuhlMtoa |li; 47

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Maj. Way'sTo Rites :i v .:..:: 1\t""""' i Than Ever, King Claims *! rOUND

l Elect NewOfficers r:. l' I LONDON [UP King George VI
:' ;'l ti told thousands of cheering Britons ;, A Refrigerator Place to Have TtaedlPromptEtfxcientReasonable Your!
Be Saturday '" yesterday that "this old country" s
Dom.. Commercial
I I'J [Was still young and vigorous and! GUI MADDENS

[Continued from Page 1] Ii [Continued from Page 1] '''that his South African travels. had I; 223 RrfritrrattoB Magnolia Service Arena

suited in the death of more than proven to him that the bonds of DON'T FUSS cnue not1
'the arrival of Maj. Way's son i 700 persons of whom around 100 ,'partnership throughout the Empire PHONE GUS rUnC I IfcW
Walter D. Way Jr.. a freshman had not been Identified.J. were stronger than ever. i "Backed ky 20 Yean Experience"
In Washington & Lee University I Edwin Larson State Insurance .
to arrive here Commissioner, reportedon :: gp
who expected {
was 19 pieces of legislation affecting ..
:by air from Lexington. Va. the insurance business
Maj. Way who was 50 years old which have either passed or are *
at the time of his death had been pending before the Legislature. p/ Unmi
November. Insurance underwriters are In I
m since last < 1
the upper four per cent of all busi-
With his father former Mayor ness men In the country dollar- ..... ., '" \ '
he had been "
Samuel Yulee Way wise James W. Smithers New 1
engaged In Insurance business ....
Orleans. chartered life underwriter ot.EtI.
here tine completing school except I of the Gulf company declared
for overseas service in the In reporting on the Ad- {
'Army. In both World Wars. I vancement of CLU in the Past QUiet fitSCtTI': I
In World War I, he served In Five Years.W. fj
the Infantry in France. In World / ,
J. Hamrick. agency vice- ; y' : e. !
War n, he commanded an MP president of the Gulf company kL .r=. pan
the Nor-
:unit that landed on told a meeting of the same group \ .. theA
mandy beachhead D-Day plus tCdY
that company agents were ultimately O tOr
six and advanced with the fightIng I responsible in seeing that .e Aro..S.. flit (0 1tltl.ea .
troops toward eventual victory I the public acquired the proper N It oY'het' l end k a""; \,,gattioie ':
In Germany. I \ tea .
kind! and amount of insurance. a. a a ,t\\ P c '
Between the two wars Maj. Officers of the Florida Char- R. ,11a c ortb ".ri6c.f( ceni Sre \ S ooA
Way took a leading part In Legion tered Life Underwriters Assn. were ( \ Quick .lc l ass tha
activities and was regarded elected during the meeting as follows \\f' oKts olylet .
as the father of the organi R. S. Pomeroy 3d., Miami, T. Pp1 ( cb ,,E.. .
zation's Junior baseball programin Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co.. \u'N eA\\0 a 11'\\\1.. Ofl
Central Florida. He was also president: T. E. Gray. Tampa 1/ 4 erNP 01 a DY.'Itoz,.
active in the First Presbyterian Penn Mutual first vice-president; ..I.L s \0 t. R)

Church and Yowell's Young R. A. Patrick Jr.. Lakeland. Pan 9''''''_<<". '..'"' ...., '...- .... ,;q;. .. ) and\70.\0\"t to0a S1"ew

Presbyters.Besides his parents and his son, American and Alfred second J. Lewallan.vice-president Mutual: MEMBERS OF THE SPECIAL AVIATION COMMITTEE of the directors. Left to right ore: Dr. J. Rocher Chappell, Mayor e heat",u--: oa.t\L

he Is survived by his widow Mrs. Benefit Life Insurance Co. of N. J, Orlando Chamber of Commerce shown discussing results of reWilliam, Beardall, Ray Paschall, ACL assistant general passen- .
Louise H. Way and three sisters. secretarytreasurer.The cent trip to Washington and San Antonio, Tex., where they ger agent; Maj. Gen. Edwin House, and Martin Andersen, pub- ti 6 j.AT GOOD rood sroitfisFEATURED
Mrs. William Chester Lazarus of I Quarter Million Life Clubof appealed to Army Air Force officials for location in Orlando usher of The Sentinel-Star. Absent from city were two other ::0
Tallahassee and the Misses Helen
and Margaret Way of Orlando. Max the Hill Underwriters Tampa president Assn. elected: Jay cf Army's School of Aviation and Medicine. The committee members, Henry Balch, editorial director of The Sentinel-Star,
Pallbearers for the funeral will Samuels. Miami vice-president; reported results of the trip last night before the CofC board of| and Lt. Gen.. George Brett. .
be H. C. Sanderson. Lewis S. McCoy and N. B. FIsher Tampa secre IN YOUR FAVORITE FOOD STORE THIS WEEK
Clarence B. Brown. LeRoy tary-treasurer. chants Assn. would endorse a est need In our city today" he as-1"most opposition to installing
B. Giles, Dr. Louis M. Orr and paid advertising campaign urging serted. 'them in Orlando is because our
City Leaders adoption of parking meters Miss Orundler. vice chairman of ',
Frank D. Guernsey. people are not fully aCQuainted ordtHs
was expressed by James Keith I I the Citizen's Committee, conclud- with the value of meters both as DISTRIBUTED BY / DAIRY
New Crisis ForecastIn Wallace Takes Back former president of the llerthe meeting by pointing out a means to reducing congestion on i
chant's group. that 35 Florida cities now have l the streets and as revenue pro- I. FROZEN FOODS ,DIVISIONLet's
Java Dutch Row "Parking meters are the It'eatparking meters and said that I 1 ducers. I

BATAVIA, IAPJ The Dutch Meter PlanContinued ---
Plea to LaborDETROIT
pledged protection yesterday to : -- LL 1 1I
leaders of an autonomous move [ from Page 1] }

ment seeking an independent lem." He said recent surveys have
fAPJ Henry A. Wal-
State for 12 million Sundanese In
Western Java. Political sources lace appealed last night to or- shown that one meter will produce
said a new crisis and worsening I tanked labor for leadership in setting approximately $80 a year and recommended I
relations between the Dutch and up "an over-all program to that such money couldbe
sult.the Indonesian Republic may re- I abolish war." used for the purchase and operation .
The former Vice-President told of additional "off the I
a meeting sponsored by the Detroit street" parking lots, expansion of
Back I *Wallace Rally Committee: the Police Department, new sew- Talk Sense
"Such a program includes disarmament ers and "many other civic improvements. ,
agreement on enforce- : :
able world control of atomic Robert Tyre of the Orlando .
THESE BETTER energy, the Internationalization of Real Estate Board reported results .
strategic areas the eradication of of a private' survey of half .
Fascism :x :x :x a dozen cities where meters have
"We need also some agreement been installed. "
on the cessation of economic "I discovered that traffic experts -
and warfare and citizens alike In every
among nations."ContinuaUon. town I contacted emphatically up-
hold the value of parking meters
warfare doctrine backed up of by the the spiritual Truman .traffic as a means congestion.to clear" he declared.up serious About Food Prices I Ii i
can never bring peace/
The Real Estate Board he said j
;would Join any other civic group
Four Die in India Riots
RF Dr I in carrying on an advertising campaign i
I LAHORE, India (API At least I'', to bring these findings before -
e four persons were killed by gunfire I the voters.
s and 29 injured in the second I Mayor William BeardaH statedhe
day of rioting here between Moslems is "personally in favor of installing -
and Hindu-Sikh elements.I meters as a means of

_Twelve were killed Wednesday. j j"OU fic helping problems to solve in the downtown current traf-Or- : A%*. In all the talk about lower prices, don't forget this: l '

lando. He lauded efforts of theCltlzea' : .,.' e,.. ..... .
-. ;; -
Committee to "bring '
facts to our voters" and declaredit -,, Day in and day out, no retailer does a better job of keeping prices down.than your. food ; .

NDWtil G is Mrs."now Sarah up to Hughes the public., representing merchant. No food merchant does a better job than A&P. ..': .'.- "

M s1 the Pilots Club urged Installation t' \, .

pus of the meters In the We would like to understand two important things about A&P's price situation: *' '
name of her group and said you t 1v 4f\ :' _. :;:,
b *
'"every'' woman in Orlando should .
.: .
vote In favor of the action on 1' : .
June 3.Ur&Ing. -- :;';' :;:::.
the Citizen's Committee"to Our net profit during the past five years has averaged only ",

Paschall do something assistant right general now." passenger Ray- }.r about 1 cent on each dollar of sales. If we were to operate our .- ,;.: it

agent of ACL. declared business without any profit at all, this 1 cent would amount to << _-[: -
parking meters are the only an-
swer problems"Martin to Orlando's downtown traffic a saving of less than 4 cents a day on the entire food bill of the ,:x :; :

a /1 Andersen publisher of average American family. [ .,'.: 5.; ;. :
I I The Sentinel-Star expressed him- .
self "completely in favor" of park- ,lj., Ry.w

ing urging meter installation a "get out and the joinedin vote" We sincerely believe that A&P has the lowest cost of distribu- ..YJ. ': '' :,

program citizens In to helping encourage to Orlando's cure a tion of any retail business in the world. When you spend $1.00 .: **' '

n "dangerous tion." and unpleasant situa- in an A&P store, you get 86 cents worth of food and only about '! '1.. z ':.

Fred Tegder member of the 14 cents to meet all taxes rent light .- ;
city planning board, pointed out goes expenses -wages, .

that "long experience in city F heat and the hundreds of other ,expenses incidental to the \ i::
planning has proved to me beyond <-

meters.doubt the value of parking stocking and operating of a modern food store -including our 'j..,.._,,.;.'. .."'-;-:'r-' :.:._..

Belief that the Orlando Mer- very small profit. '*"-"." : -:.-:_ h .:Y ':
\1 "
COLOR WASHING MACHINE L : ,..._: -.-, ;:.'

\1 S o W M t If year washing REPAIRING tnaehln needs 'repair Obviously there is little "fat" in such a price structure. Our operating costs and profits : :

\Ns\\E -1172.Plckup Just. drop as a cud .r phoa are already cut close to the bone. \ 'i- '__
) .
SE \.E\ and delivery service within :
a radius of 75 miles of Orlando.
PLASTICBAG CALDWELL & HARRISPhone -' :Merchants generally have reduced prices on many items on which they were overstocked. 4. ,.. :::
2-172 2211 Edfwat Dr. .-
In recent weeks we have reduced prices on hundreds of such items. That is common

.. .
a merchandising practice and has no relation to a general or permanent price reduction. .

{, While many food prices hare already been lowered we must recognize that no substantial .

MARKET :-...... general reduction in retail food prices is possible until the cost of food to the retailer is reduced. :.:

121 W. Jackson : -
in W.and Sooth :; As any housewife knows, A&P's business has been built. on the policy of selling quality

sr ', I I IQ Near Railroad .
food at the
lowestpractical price every day.
For Our Customers Only
::s We pledge to our customers strict adherence to that policy. We will continue to lower 1

t a' ixarird: S Fryers, R. Reds, Ib.._ J7c our prices as fast as reductions in costs to us and economies in our operations permit.

Ducks, ,Young, Ib37c ; J

Hew, R. Reds, Ib.-._.47c ',.,,:.' a -
< I
Mor Pork, can, 12 oz.35c r .. ::. I
i : ;.c. : '. : :Xw; ,;" i
r Mor Lamb, can, 12 oz...35c \* ::

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I Pines c.I.e c....,. I II I K .a1 tae ha I Ie I II Red Kidney Beans, can..17c .::-. ; -f"""- ...
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Domino lard. Ib. _38c : ..- Ij .

) i.e Catsup, 14 oz. jar 24c I Ie
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Fresh Yard Eggs..Mkt. Price j :. ,. ,
.... .,. '. ':t.>

I l ".-'He I.earc.. I tike M4 s_ 2S IBI. MlueScratch ..; "
Feed _______$1. 5 ': : : !i
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No Mixing Bowl-No MUSS-with this amazIngly 1M lbs.Laying Mash $4.75fotC -: &P FOOD STORES

easy way to color. And you enjoy the margarine &......,! -
that *o flavor-perfect, nothing need be aJJed to It. J art Pit
Remember too, Delrich Is fortified with 15,'00 units of I; Feed, Dress Ibs.__$4.90
VltamlaA. c.._ y '
Yellow Corn. Shorts Jim

q -C U"D a 'HY i Cb \ II bars.Dandy Laying Mash In print
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:Waitress/ Found Slain; Friday, May 16, 1947 rlanfoi< l&trntag fcrattarl PaceS.
Bumper Soviet South Seen SolvingU.S. ;-
In Hotel Mate Held '
Is to be avoided
if a coal strike Board Government would
Army Studying I contribute an
SAN FRANCISCO TAPJ The Lewis AgreesTo after June 30. the date when 82 million share of the cost with,
nearly nude and brutally beater the Government must restore to Gulf Channel local interests providing
Project I the re-
body of Mrs. Una A. Campbell, Harvest Looms private ownership the soft coal mainder.
an unemployed waitress, was Newsprint Crisis mines it seized a year ago. I WASHINGTON [AP) The Army I
/i' yetserday In a blood-spat-- t Mine Lewis Is expected to demand a'' Board of Engineers Is reviewinga
Mission St. Hotel room. MOSCOW API], Reports from -/ I ParleyWASHINGTON better contract than the present:'
Her husband Lawrence Camp- I aU over the Soyiet Union gave the WASHINGTON [AP] E. A. Charlton, New York, advised one which the Federal courts;i channel proposed project 70-mile from'New tidewater Orleansto
bell. n, a machinist, was bookedby first solid indication yesterday of Congress; yesterday to look to the deep South, rather API] The deadlock forced him to keep In effect as'' the Gulf of Mexico a board
police on suspicion of murder. I than for newsprint and I long as the mines are Federallyheld. .
denied knowledge of the good prospects both for an early to Alaska, paper supplies. over industry-wide bargain- Spokesman said yesterday.He
slaying.He any j I harvest which already has started Charlton told a special House Committee headed by ing In the soft coal Industry was | explained the board Is requesting DIAPER F SERVICE
I which Is Rep. Brown R-Ohio that the experience of the U. s.1'broken yesterday when John L. He is expected to demand ai I further detail both on F.e_.Mrvctwn* w Immediate> Delivery
and Spring Lewis agreed to bargain with a: bigger welfare fund a permanent j I engineering and economic phasesof PHONE 2.3357
{ Forest Service In wood plantationsIn ?
completed-news of importance 4 i and shorter hours' the $113 project. The Federal
practically I safety code
representing 75 cent of ;
group per
I] advis- I
QUALITY the the
South Indicates
not only to Russia but the soft coal tonnage mined by with no pay reduction. .
the world. ability of further studies In that De Gaulle Seeks the United Mine workers. I If agreement Is reached will
If the USSR biggest agricul- area adding: [ This development came as no!I still leave the strong possibility :
tOY('AN'I world "If half the forest lands of Texas I great surprise despite the union's of a strike in Southern mines- OVED
tural land in the can pro- West Virginia, Eastern
previous insistence on national
alone followed the planting I Ken'I'I
duce a bumper grain crop a great Strong France bargaining. It means that real, tucky, Virginia and Tenne .
practices of the U. S. Forest ServIce -
-- step will have been taken towarda bargaining over the terms of a The Southern Coal Producers!', -
solution of the food problem enough pulpwood would be new contract will begin today for Assn. refused to enter negotiations'''I TO OUR NEW LOCATION
everywhere and several countriesmay I produced to service the entire 1947 BORDEAU France IUP1 Charlesde the first time since Lewis signedhis on a national basis. It has asked I
DR. P..D. NAPIER benefit directly. I needs of the entire South. Gaulle yesterday demanded agreement with the Govern- Lewis to bargain for a separate 1
NERVE SPECIALIST Speculation at this time of ,I He referred to current sur- before a wildly cheering throng of ment last May 29. contract. KUHL AVE. AND PAGE ST.
CHIROPRACTOR year on what the harvest will be restions that Alaskan forests be over 50,000 the creation of a Much still remains to be done Judging by the past observers !I
is subject to many reservations In developed to produce paper and strong Federal Union headed by a believe Lewis may seek to force '
Complete X-ray Laboratory so large a country, the principalone pulpwood and said surveys show powerful President and reasser- I Item under which the various colonies the Southerners to accept whatever .
J3I Catbeart: 81 Fh**' l-W7$ involving the weather. there would be a production cost tion of French authority throughout ,are represented in the Na- terms may be agreed upon I
The Russian grain crop was differential of "conservatively: the rebelling empire. tional Assembly at Paris. with the large faction. i We will be for
grievously damaged last year $10 a ton In favor of the South." Amid shouts of "deGaulle to I 1 .. open
TERMITE CONTROL by a drought which did not Charlton continued: I power" France's wartime resist-
show its effects until midSummer. "Let us dispel once and for all ance leader outlined for the first I
The same .thing could the question of the ability of the time three-point program for 111 i iI ia business as usual in
happen again. South to manufacture standard I organizing a French Federal Un-
But the country had more snow quality newsprint. We still hear' ion. He warned that loss of col-
last Winter than it has had for ,the doubt manifested up North onies might cost. France its inde
Walker _Chemical & years providing the moisture for that Southern newsprint Is infer- pendence. our larger store, of-
ior to the standard Northern sheet. De Gaulle called for establish-
Exterminating\ Co. crops.Russia also wQl have more.land "Our answer to this has always ment of a French Federal UnionIn
under cultivation this year thanat been 'ask the publisherwho the following way: fering the
Bonded-Free Inspections any time since before the war. uses Southern newsprint Renewal of treaty relations between you same
Tel. 4680 Russia is expending one of the "It Is not difficult to visualizea France and semiautonomous -
greatest agricultural efforts in production of 2 million tons of States within the Union suchas
3210 Clay St. Orlando. Fla. her history. newsprint In the South. What is Viet-Nam. Cambodia Cochin- values as in the past.
OTHER OFFICES: Party and Government work- more all of this production will be China Morocco and Tunisia, to
Lakeland and Daytona Beach ers are spread out all over the low cost production paper'com- enable France to contribute toward -
nation encouraging collective petitive with not the average but their development.
farmers and State farmers to even the best Northern mills." Establishment of separate
REPAIR greater efforts. I statutes- for other territories of

REROOF City people are planting kitchen I I Early Italy Peace the French Union to enable J. P MEANYKUHL
REPAINT gardens as never before. Thousands both native and French populations I :
of persons from Moscow and to have a voice in their
Don't Modernize Now ou." cities go out into the nearby Pact Okay Urged Government.
Delar [fields every afternoon after work. WASHINGTON [APJ The Sen- Formation of a Federal Parliament AVE. AND PAGE ST.
38 Month to Tay. for the French Union as a
ate Relations Committee
Se. o : w. arranre all details. Foreign
6% Interest No Mortgage formally reported the Italian whole replacing the present sys-
I peace treaty to the Senate yester-

p Wilson Leonard RADIOREPAIR day and urged speedy ratification.The .
--- -
committee said delay or rejection -
Hardware "would seriously endangerthe
42 W. Central Ph. 2-2187 prospects for completing a
[3e' Oar CUislfled Ad) MUSIC satisfactory treaty with Austria
, m? N. Grant. T.L Mil and Germany."
For the United States to makea BELL BREAD BUILDS
separate peace with Italy the
I committee said would settle none
of that country's problems with
n Ill ot: her neighbors and would violatea
IODIZED UN agreement to make Joint 1
peace pacts with e.nemy nations. .

t Church of -; ": .\ .J..r;:
tS t England % ;". ,'
4: ;5".
Urged To Relax

v1Morldas9ataMd O Marriage Laws

I LONDON [APJ Marriage laws L.. .;.
of the Church of England will be :
relaxed for the first time in nearly "Ji:. -,
t three and a half centuries if the
church adopts a new code of .
canon law recommended by an .> ;--,
S i4r V etaA/es 1 i day.Discipline Archbishops' commission yester- :. j.- )l .:

{ in the Church of ))7&ei1l1 ;'"- '. -
England heretofore has been basedon t tr
canons: [ecclesiastical laws' of
rules formulated in 1603.
In 1939 a commission of
I NowHave clergy was appointed to moder-
nize the ancient canons. It did
not meet until 1943.
The commission proposed new
religious courts for nullity [annul- '
ment suits which could override ,
DAtllll'lrASHfS decisions of civil courts. in certain ,>"
cases with the object of permit- i.' '
ting those involved to re-marry

with the rites of the church. d .'' t
"" A
County CommissionWill ;
t Y3e
WITH Meet Today "' "

Orange County Commissioners w
AMAZING will hold a regular session at the a, .
court house at 9:30: ajn. today
Commissioner Harry Witheringtonsaid
that only routine matters cur- -
rently are listed for discussion at ......
i the meeting. ,
Tonight the commissioners and
members of the Stae Road Department R3z
will be guests at a cocktail a .
party an ddinner at the Orlando f;
Country Club. N. w drm

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Poe.< 4 Orlattfco Morning Brnttnrt Friday, May 16,1947 1 Best Trailer Shop f

Awnings Ready To Go NAJI MOMARY
Air Traffic Hub
Heavy 2225 W. Washington

DOUBERLEY'S [Oa Winter Dial Garden 6894 Read
Set Council's Goal I

Development.of Orlando as a-port of entry for heavyair .
S25 S. DIVISION ST. traffic is the ultimate goal of City Council in seeking T CA
acquisition of the Pine Castle Air Base from the War Assets T.wNane
PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE Administration, Mayor William Beardall said yesterday.In ntA TnnA1 for Thrifty Shoppers'
-.> attempting to secure the Pine Castle air facilities HOME-TOWN TRANSACTIONI
the City ; not seeking a replace- *
r POTATOES SLICED BACON ment for the present airport but 418 W. Church Sf. Prices Good Fri., Sal, Mon. Phole'2.0515
is anticipating expansion necessary -
10 'u.. 39c lb. 59c to avoid inevitable air traf- ReaItorSIudy
fic congestion here. Beardall em- KINGAN'S SLICED
x phasized."As .
Fresh Dmsed Orlando grows we'have got
ONIONS FRYERS to anticipate Increasing heavy all Pine Castle Deal
traffic which the present airport
3 ,bS. 18c lb. could not handle safely: so we e BACON 9 ,
.. 69c naturally are turning to the Pine Desirability of the *ty', acquiring lb.
Castle base which is one of the the Pine Castle Air Base
; FrHh B. E. largest in the country and would which was turned ove to the War
HAMBURGERS make a fine port for large com- Assets Administration this week
PEAS mercial types of airplanes. the by the Army was discussed by the
lb. 35c Mayor said. Orlando Board of Realtors yester-
I 15c The large size of the field possibilities day at Its luncheon at the Cham- .
for expansion of air facilities ber of Commerce Bldg. .: DIXIE
.: lUornU' Pure railroads and equIpmentmake Both Robert R.Tyre and JosephS. fa
the Pine Castle site a draw- Guernsey Jr. spoke In favorof a tau
BANANAS LARD ing card for that section as a acquisition saying,the field was OLEO .Ib 35c
location for industries of many needed for future air transport
lb. 12c 4 Lb. $1.38 types when the development is expansion which would make pres-
carried out." Beardall asserted.We ent facilities here Inadequate. MILK
hope to make It the distribution Although board members! appeared DRY SALT

: TOMATO SAUCE ________I_________5c solve local hub of air Florida traffic as prob-wellas the project favorably no action Impressed was taken by S0e 3 ea.. 32c
Jems," be added. Immediately In regard to It. BACON Ib 23c

46OZ. CAN ORANGE JUICE _______:_19c establish Plans are facilities being for considered heavy air-to Other luncheon subjects Included discussed means duringthe to EaFA I
a craft at Pine Castle and retain publicize the term "realtor." exclusive -
TOMATO JUICE _lOc the present base for lighter types designation of board members READY TO EAT PICNIC
HO. 2 CAN _________
which would remove complaints by and ways to get out a large '
residents of the city on low flyingby vote in favor of parking meters at I,
NO. 2ft! GLASS JAR BEETS ...1_____15c planes requiring long takeoffand the scheduled special election. HAMS lb 42c
landing runs he pointed out. Pres. James J. Hackett pre-I WHHALFOLE

NO. 2 CAN STRINGLESS BEANS _____lOc necessitated If eventual removal growth of of the the resent city sided. I YOUNG TENDER VEAL OUR N0.FAVORITECHOPS 2 CAN
gess chairman for the event an- ,
airport entirely due to addition of .
STRAINED BABY FOOD, 3 for ___'____27c residential sections in the area of nounced number yesterday.A of local civic leaders APPLE
all air facilities could be
the field Ib 43c
will be special guests at the dinner PUDDING DESSERTS :
transferred to Pine Castle he
25 LBS. RED STAR FLOUR ________$1.90 said. an annual head affair of the tendered society, Burgess the retiring CHOCOLATE...NUT.CHOCOLATE SAUCE
Plans for development of air BUTTERSCOTCH VANILlA
PHILLIPS PORK & BEANS _______10c facilities for a port of entry said. i WESTERN CLUB
can here already are under way with 1,1,
the City and the Greater Or- 10c JJ I
ENJOY A COOL REFRESHING lando combining Chamber efforts of to Commerce establishthe Lqhbt FOODSTORE STEAKS Ib 47c

City as a port for traffic
ica and other foreign

SHORTENING-BAKE-RITE, 3-lb. can $1.38Spacious Beardall The Mayor said., City Councilmen BACON Ib 41c
I City Engineer and Attorney will ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL AT 21st STREET N0.2CAN
with officials of the /1
confer property PHONE 2-1182 RENTON CUT
: management division of WAAat
concerning acquisition of the $3
million 1.920-are Pine Castle PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE f
W Q Parking lot base its buildings'and other equip- Ib 31c BEANS
: ment. The City Already owns 1- Grade Sliced Pure Creamery
OurCustomers 280 acres of thef land on which BACONIb. BUTTER
the field was built.. I 100NO
North Exams Set tic r U.S. 55c Ib. 69c

Storekeeper's Post sugar cured western Grade A y SACRAMENTO:
Orange i 2Vl CAN
Examinations for the position --.S5C I SYRUP
end of storekeeper wi'h' a salary: ranging SLAB BACON lb. __ 3HOl, KEUHMH .
---- -
from$1,954 tf$2.845.were an- w
,6oz. CAN
LivingstonFROZEN nounced yesterday by the Board of 19c
Civil Service Examiners: for the Western Grade Asrkc3r Lb. Can APRICOTS, CORNED BEEF OR
14th Air Force.Uack. J. Billeter. BEEF s I
Complete Line at executive secretary said applicants ROAST BEEF
0 J;:
would be rated on their experience -
New Low Prices than 45c $1.29
rather written tests. I
Thomas HonoredAt Chase St Sanborn
PEAS-sN 10c ToJBe; I

; __...._............. Dinner on May 27 COFFEE nr.Bags Tinder FREE-Lb.Le.t Jar Tea 45c 25c 1
A. J. Thoma*. Chef de Oare
BENSOVS SUPREME: Passe of the Orlando 40 et 8 Society U. S. No. 1 H'ORYPOTATOES PHILLIP'S
WU E* tt Purchase of One Pound : will be honored at a testimonial -
"O""EE fdr d1 -3eean d Pound..... 27c dinner at the American SOAP I CHICKEN .
SALTED SPANISH Legion Home May 21. J. L. Bur- 10 ".. 39c. Lge. Bar 17c
4 I" SOUP D U Z large .. 34c
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or 10c

BEETS. lOc I WAFFLE package 19o 'Taste -ritar CREAM in CAN 0 CASTLE HAVEN ,


'. --- EARLY J
Ql. 17c 5Gal.27c


BANANAS 2 lbs 25cSMALL .



as scupts; delicious
a S8UCS tS
TENDER OKRA lb. 65c as superb


All Franksor WILLOW BROOK '

TAM4 37h. Puritan Bologna 4dinq 57a'aj ea. 4'20'

-- HE
Ib. 39c N
onefinerrrtilkorv&fer 10c 4 DOZ. SIZE ICEBERGLETTUCE

BEEF & Leg Lamb Ib 69c fioonefin afYOfl rQ e" of head lOc 1
ROAST 42c'Rlb '1AT0Q. "

or Brisket! 29c SDUP '

Homemade -lite

CAKES PIES lb. 49'



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AR END ...... Ib 53c BRISKET STEW.. Ib 25c

". Ib49c Ib i9c Ib23cMORRELL'S
A"Double Barreled"idea,surely,is to get the best foods for the least cost '
these days. Check carefully every item in this ad. note the "name"brands
EVERY WEEK and note, too,the exceptionally LOW PRICES. You'll Save Big Yorkshire Sliced BreakfastBacon CASE
Money by shopping regularly' at your friendly Margaret Ann.
Ib. 55c DAISY CHEESE...Ib! 45c


.MINNESOTA Rib or Shoulder HOPS, LB. 49C
, 117 S. ROSALIND MILK-FED: VEAL ROAST ............Ib 45c
46-Oz ,j Old Virginia APPLE JUICE, quart .......................25c
17 2 Oz.Rex OrounrtBLACK
I CAN J'-J CORNED BEEF E '4 Standard PEPPER ..-;..............-........-.lOc

SACRAMENTO FANCY YELLOW CLING' POTTED MEAT, 3 for ..........::..........19c

PEACHES No.CAN 2'/2' 2 7 HAS H 16 CAN' 2 5 Scot CONDENSED Gold Medal MILK ..........................23c

TOILET r ISSUE, Limit 2 ................91cWaldorf
MILK c.. TOILET TISSUE, Limit 2 ...............:.6c
3 33c
: ? : Gold LeafOLEO
COFFEE. lB 43 pound ...................................35c
lfi-Oz Mary Ann
SNIDER'S FANCY TOMATO .". '" B U TT E R 6 5 rI' PEACH nider'5Fant7Cut'or PEAR PRESERVES .........25c

ia.oz. Ji I BEETS, No. 2i, can ...:...................:...10cKraft's
Margarine -.
1 PARKAY, pound .............-.................38cRtokelT
LIBBY'S FANCY .,. BEANS, No. 2 canTOM. .....-.......................17c
,/ ,Dubon Sfedlps* .
JUICE I CAN.0z. 2 5 1* ... su s v i RAISINS, 7-oz. can .................:......46 ..lOcSuper

12e' 11 L'" 25 12-OZ.CAN "
Sic 29c
645C Sc $2.10' 33c pe [ pSu



MIX t1tl tn".,,['
"', 15c' ZIGLER FANCYAPPLE .. Lie.Pk*.. 3Se 10 ii>s. 45c:


CHEESE 2 for 25% Reg. Bar 9c '

Lb. pk=. 22c TENDER GREEN BEANS Ib : lOc

u. ti,
" 270CLOROX ,
NON, -- BOUQUET' SOAP GREEN CABBAGE, Ib ............................4c
: __.

I'', 15c 16-OZ.JAR 29 16 Oz. SLICED PEACHES .............._.......19cKRAFT'S'

iTAGON[ 16 Oz. Halves APRICOTS....................... 9c

Velreeta 79eAmerican

DINN.ER..Pkg. C Sac

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Page 6 (grlanfo fSorntrtg #ntlt tl Friday, May 16, '1947 I Local Girls Summer period. Of this total reeled the Girl Scout day camp
85 Register
Orlando was allotted 108. program here last Summer.Mrs. .

Some water storage tanks atAten. t Nevada with a population of 4-H Club To Hold CEATRAnI. t "This is the first year that the S. P. Newell. Orlando Is
British port on the Red Sea, {about 100,000 persons has the fl RIDAS Orlando council has had an estab- co-chairman of the camp committee -

e i -.!- said birth to of date Christ.back, to before. i'I.of fewest the people Union.in it of all the States I! Program SaturdayAt fI For Outing at Deer Lake I lished Summer camp.- Mrs. Bi- : Daytona with Beach.11'5.lae Hutson.

chard said. The Daytona Beach I
--- least 200 girls and their I
Council operated Deer Lake Camp Mrs. Bichard said camp registrations -
mothers are expected to attend I J1 Approximately 85 local girls had registered yesterday I last Summer with DeLand and! should be sent directly to
I the annual 4-H club achievementday : for attendance at Deer Lake Camp in Ocala National Ocala as a State Girl Scout'' Mrs. W. H. Rager, Box 5073 Daytona
ceremonies at the Memorial Forest which will be for the first time this camp." ; Beach camp business tnanW,
OARITECLEANS operated year I, ager. They are being accepted l3
I Junior High Cafeteria Saturday Mrs. Sara H Woodbury city ..
,Miss Elizabeth Dickenson county jointly l by the Orlando, and Daytona_ Beach Girl Scout tennis champion who recently order of receipt.

N.N wN N N. W home demonstration agent an- By HAMLET POGUE Councils.Yesterday. < ,completed a Girl Scout training
\ BABY; THINGS! I nounced yesterday. THE QUESTION was, the deadline for Girl Scouts In Winter Park Mount!course in Mobile will be camp dl- ; CALCUTTA
Judging; of work and record exclusive registration by Orlandoand Dora. DeLand Ocala. Winter rector. The assistant director will i|
OAKITE dos away with diopw drudgery v( quickly and .o Iy. without rubbing or scrubbing leaves them ribbons and pins will be awardedto most vitally interested in see Philip M. Bichard. council camp- Indicating that remaining J
toft and wfut, OAKITE Uaws no all 4-H club girls who have ing approved at this session of ing chairman said. Beginning today vacancies will be filled In short Imported from India

toopr r*.idv* to Hof tndr ttun. Dickenson completed the said.required work Miss the State Legislature? other, it localities.will be opened to girls from order.The Open Monday EveningsWARREN'S I Wholesale Only

for washing dioprt, bibs dr.ui. '., A prize will be given the club [Editor's note: The above question camp can accommodate Write F.r Prices
. Requests for admission to the
bab,'. nursing bottles, hotplates i] s having the largest percentage of was asked several Central camp have; been; received from 216 girls during .the sixweekPHOTOGRAPHE. I I La Nasa
,eating utensils-tft.re 1t mothers and members present, she Florida members of the State I E Hardware Co.
t nothing lik. genii, gr.os., added. House of Representatives In Tal I Winter Park Phone 68 1027 Decatur St.
lahassee.] i New
dissolving OAKITEO BABEE-TENDA Orleans, IS, La. "
t; Collision is a town In Maryland. THE ANSWERSPerry Safety Chair .
tt tr0ONYtQ c
two E. Murray Polk County' .
It INOYON npA DUTCHLAPAsbestos Speaker-elect of the House for Ivan R. Brown
1949: DistributerU3
Roofing "I am more Interested In legislation Hillcmt Are. PhoM 2.1321 t / 1's
( that will I
ASBESTOS SIDING Improve the fiour. ass 10
ASPHALT SHINGLES school system In Who'd use an

Polk County and ts'atc6th
& all over the State.I tell time
am also In favor Jm
SPOUTS and...
s oo.P.esc, of a methodto Y :i modern ,.'ay, Q

CiLtu. t" rou L. T. JERNIGAN State revise Constitution the : ;

The o ntl., grease-dissolving Roofing and Sheet Metal but not witha

ell-purpos cleaner 70 Alexander PL TeL 7427 _111111 convention.constitutional I witn Clorox\ :
would like to see rAl }> _
a committee draw Murrayup
a series of amendments that Wayl! .
would modernize the Constitution. the Modern t.
I favor legislation affecting the is
citrus Industry supported by the r t1K
men who have their money Invested _
In the business. ai.
J. '
FOOD MARTCollege Irlo Bronson. representative.. for tGfOltnchd\

Osceola County: otttwnwiUstloniw 1OtOSIOCk

"I am Interested in a proposal \etttr. _
that will split' the Li S

race track money; #::i ,
allocated to Os- '- .r S .fo,
ceola County between A- ad theJ'rt$11nl1. ;

, 2203 EDGEWATER DR.Park i Commissioners the County \\ .toot 4 a

v. 1 and the school FOR cfyour''aundry.ta' I

PARKING LOT IN REAR OF STORE board.posal would The pro-divide ?+ tle c l WatN yOU use OOf'OJt yQI.J wIIIt.can cottons be proud and line ns \

It on a 50- 11 bleacheS tons and linens
EVERY DAY LOW PRICES. 50 basis and FINER .e. m ok es colorfast and sanitary cot toot l And a \
would be of great shwtbri .. fresh fabrics.Yout
helD to schools! rubbing...conserving
PRICES GOOD THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY Bronson and reduce the RICHER w $ : reduces in chooSing; OoroJt further cast it...
ad valorem tax levy In the school / good ludgprox eltra-gentte.free from
districts. At present all money Is 'S ...for is prpcessln
going to the commissioners. The /-I II made by an deansing.Clorox
Sirloin-Club-Round WISCONSIN division would place our schools on bathroom on the l labet.niSt .
CHEDDAR Ib. lb. a sound basis and would ease kitchenand removes stains.Directions
49c CHOPS >
65c deodoriIes.
STEAK, lb. 65c ZLB, some payers.of" the burden on the tax y gU

CHUCK 89cm I t

ROAST Ib. 49c > KRAFT CHOPS Ib. 59c Seminole T-Bone County.Smith. Representative w,. LUUUj. &tutu.1,

AMERICAN 89cCOTTAGE "I have been Interested "rOO1\lIU..tI
In \
sev- o ...il { ..w-o- --
BRISKET END CUTPORK eral bills affect- -0S iD

STEW lb. 29c CHEESE Ib.I 21c ,CHOPS Ib.I 59c Ing and my would county like 1 1I r C .a xoYsS a

to see some mea- s .
SLICED BACON lb.57c sures passed that
: 43C
R aiLED SAUSAGE Ib. would help put y let BOON Household Cleaner

the citrus busi- __ save you lime,work,en.r gy.I,
PICNIC HAMS Ib. 49c MorreU 39cIIERMANSFRANKS.39c ness back on its ; wipes i away dirt I grease...
BACON SQUARES I Ib.MorreU feet. There have quickly,easily...from wash
been many for demands ? / ..,.,,, able surfaces. Excellent on
regu- "
"" 'e /,''.'-- automobile!At "
32c lations concerning DISTRIBUTED BYSUAREZ your grocer's.

PURE LARD 16. maturity and mm IT THI MAIIIS or aoiox
the shipping of Smith
Glenellen Italian StyleGRATED green fruit but nothing construc- ,
15c ;)"i#) / $: iiihf7 ,u. ,: :t,.Y '' >>:oz, ,
HORSERADISH 12e tive has been proposed by the industry ,' "' "'M :: ;,;.. '''-';/7''< .
CHEESE 615 West Robinson Orlando Florida Phone 8924
------ as a whole. I favor any
plan supported by a majority of
the growers and shippers alike
j, No. t CIB Kentoi *

t LARGE CUT BEANS. ..... _3 for 25cNo. DURKEES Roy F. Roberts Representative

i X Caa Brevard County:
I SUPER GRAPEFRUIT 14e "My greatest Interest is an im- -
OLEO. proved chain of roads and highsianaaros i \
: Cam HU. way conditions In

: SUDS TOMATO SOUP .__...3 for 27e the State and in r.
(: Brevard County. ,
No. Z Caa 35c Our roads are Q / \
V-8 COCKTAIL .__z for 25e r our biggest attraction -
32c to tourists .
No. > Nue4PRUNES 4r

\ .23e should and plan and we 'fit I

. N*. Caa = build a system of
IRISH POTATOES_ toe roadsequal to W'X
any In the na 4 w Ia
: LARGE 1U Foot n.u. PURE tion. I am also ;
: WAXPAPER 1ge interested in leg- '; r3s
Roberts Ilia 11 o n that 4
IVORY 1C Ox. Wldl'GRAPELADE CreameryBUTTER would Insure better and more ma-
7.7e ture fruit being shipped Into the
Kraft consumer markets. Citrus is one r '
: v D18c DINNERS_ 7. for 2Se of our largest industries and I N 3 9 t
am In favor of any laws that 'will dFz 'Ia
ArmoursTREET help the citrus growers and ship

m___ 3ge 16. 67(' pers." *

12 o.. Nlblrts O. L Burton. Representative.
CORN .___2 for 29eNo. Brevard County: o ,
"I am vitally interested In legislation Ary
t Caa
I that will raise education t I xw3 w
TOMATOESswim 1Se 3 POUNDS in the -
State and believe t x t
A yi
PARD..2 for 2ScHU. that this -
T. Y Is PRY session has done : .a 1 n .M Y "
some good work (

MONARCH TEA __.- 23c to that end. I x ,
also would like to
g, 3Q(' QUART CLOROX1St 1 1S see a State no- k s A 4fZ xFdv.
fence law enacted. .$ .a
t Lb. Gold Medal but I do not m

FLOUR __ ..47c think It will be .
passed at this j t t% Y
assembly. There***** *"* *"" q y

No. 2 \Villowbrook Franco American Is too much opBurton
25c 15c position to the proposal now. but
TOMATO JUICE 3 for SPAGHETTI I think there will eventually be a '
law passed that will remove live- v I
All Tall NBS stock from the highways. 7


Under her "austerity" programto ruvoalUL
,,, exturewd1
(hase & banborn meet post-war problems Brit- podecti"" of tel
ain Is ,You91 get a neW .....this is ab0
46c her
27c: reducing livestock pop- ; do lot you Wba.s
8 Teabags Free PIE CHERRIES ulation to cereals. Pillsbury all baking. red to modern,
grow more your
_____ tsl It's on '"' and iIa- m specially odap
-- -"--- i gat,
Iii Can Happy Kle Armours I ordinary shortcake ethctablY the new,improved oats Pillsbury s the thuds.Try ttlsu ,
z'c ISC made Pe td this sh. vin baking
01 g
PEA 'C H E S PORK 8 BEANS ___. I 'fbt .pWaI.Pillsbury"S Best '!benMiou'O'"ba'; this fine" all-puarlab s our tune sa SHORTCAKE .
.rqlnqerbteadatHs ewnple STRAWBERRY !l
to.2 Can Trailer Quarts KeystonePEAS is lust one pillsb / 1M Nr .1.-pU.r ........
13c 53c Ann uo4,..., uIK.I.Cdafiu.ass .seconds.Inas .
----_______ GRAPE JUICE besLuse,N FGINGERBREAD A fi<<' / floured board I".1.
.......8m tl Y on cknesstcutiatotWNNaw dve
No. Z Can Ives g-
PapayaNECTAR .. .t.so'f.too\2 ......dough to''Jmd> s lightly with
23c 7C 50 Bts't Enriched ...... 3-uKh _do. B"""
________ MORTONS SALT 50. sifted l'11J.S.o' s
ttcr. ... unrora -
.....2 cups .
1 ,;.ks
Pint Ktsmaid MIX I 3 toe poWda44 butte'
8 Oz. Sweet Mixed r double acting1cUnb ...10 pau .....
23c 17c I teaspoons__ ) p.c.,. a ......s'lx g sk bKt.B 12 minutes.betw I':'"
DRESSING PICKLES ______ a (or J( oven (<50" Y.) for
salt hot
1 teaspoon .. ......i s.h'lo w....
.... sa8 toP sad
tabtesp bleudet of twO Rove -
VEGETABLES 2 ....g with p....1 ...... and Whop berius" quart 3
ort 1 a ..auohoI ..A*. One
.... c.t..a i.J' New Whit .'s.....: .. milk toP ..eslWKtened
Tender GreenBEANS .d : a
25c Jl ...... f tablespn SIS 1tt1 for siz" setvtn
illsbu c. "beaten mix adequate
POTATOES 5 lb. lb.29c ., 1 io ts and is
:: : ..... .EqWd to dry an Sour is aamp t,
= until '
*nncy BEST air 'Bestw

YELLOW SQUASH lb. !tiC WINESAP APPLES 2 Lb. 29c "::, xxxx.._.. I: to... ''Bake '10"' '' 1Jmsb..q's. Best

lSc Idaho '::w:::" th

PASCAL CELERY POTATOES 5 Ibs. 32e I l s* aaaWATER .-- .......-.
..- -
I .....--"
MAiNE 45c Fancy -Ih.rs.al uarsad r ---
29c +'- I '

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ry T ..... '.- ... < "!
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Friday, May 16, 1947 (flrlanfto fHorntns &mttnrl Page 7''!f

Plan !:

TOO ,LATE TO CLASSIFY: '!i Service Center Organization I It's ST. JAMES DAY, SATURDAY at IVEY'S ll,

j State Convention ii I I Children Should Be Taught Of Church '::1 I i

i Delegates attending the State Truths About World Opens in MayWith
Clvltan convention to be held here 1 1L ': Simple CompletedOfficial 1

24 will be entertained by '
{(f* embers of the Orlando Clvltan 1 I. Bf RUSSELL KAY remodeling and decorating organization of the I

t Club at a luncheon at 12:30: p.m. in Miami recently, Eleanor Frances Latti- well under way the new War Assets 1 Presbyterian Chapel on Conway I

at the Southland Restaurant. I more, author of 15 best selling books for children, made a Administration Customers'., :Road as the Grace Covenant Presbyterian 60ogpsf.o

Plans for by the Dr.luncheon Albert were S. Sik-announced I, statement that grown-ups, particularly world diplomatsand Service Center at 26 E. Central Church has been com-

kenga at the club's meeting, a : leaders might ponder over. I Ave. is scheduled to open about' ;pleted by a commission appointed I

session devoted to honoring moth Born in China where_ father was a professor in the May 26. W. R. Sterling manager. 1 by the St. Johns Presbytery. .

ers of club members and Orlando University of Pel Yang. Mrs. !. reported yesterday. A. E. Smith and N. R. Wood
High School students who have timore has traveled extensivelyand r I In addition to the sales center I will serve as elders and A. D. I
met with the club as Junior is familiar with children the I Reserve OfficersTo e the Orlando Army Air Base has Pourey and Fred Settlage as deacons -
Civitans. I world over. I of the new church which has .
"As I have traveled Get Duty CallA designated building T-2069 as a I 31 charter >
i Clvltan mothers present were She said. members. The Rev. II
I Mrs. David A. Cooper. Mrs. WII- about seeking first-hand materialfor limited number of qualified WAA warehouse and room for Jack Powell assistant pastor of ( .4
Ham II. Mtlntosh. Mrs. John my stories I have found that large spot sales. Sterling said. 1 the First Presbyterian Church of I
D. Burden and Mrs. A. J. Sik- boys and girls are much the same reserve officers will be called to active Sterling together with his assistant Orlando will serve as acting pas- ,
kenga. I the world over whether they live t duty for assignment to the Air David W. Mozor announced

Mothers of Junior Civitans In j in China where the background ]ROTC Summer camp at Keesler I!; plans for several large sales In I j jI tor.The commission which officiated -

attendance were Mrs. James E. of my books are laid or In Denj j Field Miss. June 5-July 30. It was I connection with the opening off in the organization of the
Maynard. Mrs. Richard K. Cole. j mark the scene of my 'Seven .the center. church was headed by the Rev. B.V.D.
Mrs. C. Lamar'HInson. Mrs! Rich- Crowns.** announced yesterday by Headquarters The tint will be about 300 I :E.: D. Brownlee. DD.. Sanford.
ard J. Geier. Mrs. Oliver J. Page' "The background Is different I 14th Air Force. typewriters. Following will be a and Included the Rev. Marshall
and Mrs. C. K. Clauser. .but little children resemble each ,I'I Applications are being forwarded vehicle sale at Pine Castle, which Dendy D.D., Orlando; the Rev. J
other much more than grown-ups 1 by the 14th Air Force to all reserve I, is the first of a series to be held ; Fred L. Bremer. Maitland; the Beach Suit tt .
and have the same reactions to i officers within its jurisdiction and in this area. Scheduled for Rev. A. D. Larrick. DD.. Plant I I ..a
RECORDS their environment. It i is very important 'must be returned to the headquarters I 1 around the end of the month City: Elder S. E. Evans Jr.. and !
CLASSICALHILLBILLY it seems to me that the 'I 1 not later than May 23. it was the sale will Incude about 150 Elder N. P. You ell. Orlando. I
children of all nations learn to i announced.Full I vehicles of all types including
POPULAR know each other and to realize I pay and allowances including jeeps scout cars trucks, and You're not the
that their differences are merely i flying pay and mileage between passenger cars. Cpncrete Brick or Block only pebble on-a

COOPER'S MUSIC STORE superficial while their true likenesses I,1 residence and Keesler Field An "as is and where Is" sale of FROM the beach, natch but '
20 Church St. Ph. 4652 I office furniture is also you'rebound
W. are fundamental. I will be paid officers participatingin contem- Foundation to Chimney Top s I
situation In which I ] the Summer plated. This will be handled
The pitiful program. '
the world finds itself today is no I I through the service center.' Sterling ALLARDICE CO., INC to make a splash in the

''JEFF'S"EST.INS fault of Its children. The bitterness Meeting of School said, and will include equip Masonry Contractors and Builders swimming circle with a B.V.D. 8 'i
hate suspicion .and other : ment located in Sanford. DeLand. Est. 1919 TeL 2-1593 1

evils that bring upon us the Ills Officials PostponedJudson Vero Beach. Banana River. Melbourne I Beach Suit and watch that "
PHONE MTUCONTRACTORS sot that are ours do not stem from Walker county 'school OAAB and Pine Castle AirBase I [if j\\ /
the innocent hearts of the world's Potential buyers will have ABC J colorful acetate and take j
J MERCHANTS children. superintendent said yesterday a chance to inspect this merchandise rayon
l i \that meeting of all county BUI -
N.IE1I MILLS!: OUR IT.FIXTURE IN COLON1ALTOWNIked DISPLAY As a deadly poison might be I perintpndents a at Gainesville sche ported.before making bids he re- DIAPER SERVICE i I to the salt water and sun! In
administered to them through the '
I New Accounts and Future
body, these destructive and equally Satur-day i Under a new program, Items Reservations Are Solicited two distinctive patterns, and in ;
having an acquisition price of under -
English State superintendent of Telephone1111
$500 and deemed in short
supply ORLANDO WINTER PARK back-to-nature colors.TRUNKS .
Kidneys inf.4CG S,9ME public instruction. may be sold on presentation .,
kAO QLaoKEQ English wrote Walker that the
of either a certificate of service i
Often BringSleepless fit' l entire program of school legislation or certificate of discharge. Ster-
has not been completed at ling revealed. ONE HOUR SERVICE : 1

Tallahassee but would be ready 1 "Altthough we expect a large ON WATCH CRYSTALS I $3.95 J7 jrj
Nights by May 24. At that time the cash turnover weekly" he declared.
ry ,
jirm. school superintendents are to meet "We will be selling only surplus Expert Watch RepairingBLOCK'S j

P. tors say yaw kUacyi centals-ritoUoe)11 tsasetunytobr.rtuta.hlehhta to have the new laws Interpreted. materials and will not be in competition !G SHIRT $5.50 .... ,
Walker explained. ,
blood..dtoe rwi Wlthr. when this ed with local merchants. JEWELRY
tin**4 dort wank tithe i*the tfania*. However all of our remodelingand I
.taaarpsopk havtU.._.Birhts.Fy.Queat.earabpwaewitbo..rtl.tadburaias i Selling Beer On decorating is being done by West Church Street
aomedma epos then ta somctkinc wrens I local firms and our clerks and I
.vita jour UdaeT or bladder. .oa't aetl.ot deadly forces are fed to them Sunday Not Violation other help will be local people. 0ll Ii i t
tUse.BditioBaa41as.valaaU>.Mstralsk p. \through the mind by adults of Trunks sizes .
Wb dieerdersl factiony.ea1ypoleoaou $I Sheriff Jim Black said yesterday I I 28 to 42 Shirt matte to renuia in your blood.it every race and creed. I that it is not a violation of CATARRH .i i
raJa" taste aatdae bubdIe.--de We would need no United Nations ,I the liquor laws to sell beer on SINUS SOFFEIERS medium large large. The trunks f

:=-ref patEaasl patae, loss ettM": ..b.a4.cLij I no foreign policies no vast jl Sunday but that it Is a violation II FIND CUll FOR MISEIT. out TO NASAL with full built-in support cash pocket i
if the children -
... ---- programs i to sell any alcoholic stimulate between CONGESTION. SUPPLY ftUSHEP HMIIKelfef
._DoatwBiti Aak,.,..iranf. for DooVb of all the world could mingle midnight and 7 ajn. at teat from torturo of riau.catarrh O.tyi I'
_a8tiaaJ&a'41uwtM.t..d.aeer.f.lly together on an equal basis and all end hay fore due to natal const I -U ; The shirt with Jacket pockets. t
Billion for.*er f. nan. DOM'S sir He had reference to the case Uo* ia aeea today ia vita s sN.IpY7 4i
t& itllot Bad wffl bdp U* IS nfle*of were taught the simple doctrineof I'of V. P. Houser who was reportedin a formula" which kaa na.r to reduce J j i
: ..,take*flub.oat pol1IU&e t... love given the world 2,000 i, ....1 eoaretUoa. Mem and wamea with ji
... The Orlando Morning Sentinelto ... .......
row. Gd Dos*.PUla. by the Man of Galilee. .ldDC aiaua head. elected catnip, Men's Furnlshinas-Stmt Floor
years ago I have I
been fined $100 for selling earache hawkfar and anaeaiar wery tea I 9
--1, There Is nothing born into the I beer on Sunday. Instead Houserwas of blued relief after wine it KLOXONOL i I jI .
... _
hearts of little children that 100.. bat .ideriDc reeatta.' this ia
i fined $100 In the Criminal
HELPS KIDNEYS not expensive, amount to only pennies per
I would cause them to distrust or Court of Record Wednesday morn doe.. KLORONOL (caution, we only a* I i
JtMwve Harmful fmpurft/ hate children of any other race ing for selling beer after midnight directed) sold with money-back guarantee by .
e Backache: for of the old pep,gettfog up I Iaichu. or creed. This comes only from I i and before 7 aon. 1 McElRoy Pharmacy 125 S. Orange I I
I <
.mad headache art often caused by the teaching of their elders ana AveMaU Orders Filled. I
acthing more than improper kidacy aottos i, ----- I The Fashion and
brings hi Its wake the misery and Quality Store Since 1894
clue to excess add ia the urine. The suffering that has been visited Olsen G Fairchild LeRoy Hoe- U. S. FLAGS
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MAITIN ANuuw.PvuuiI-;; HIMT IALu.Ewrotut DieTOJosf where in Central Florida. One of our most I 6UMSHOE r/r: When organized labor bill tried to
put over the Portal Pay they
CAWT.OM. GtH. M.a. MANCIL T. Lwin.cv.A'v. Dm. sober and astute citizens, Mr. Tom Gurney ,.. ripped the shingles off their roof. F1iT -
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C. W. LWITT. Iw. Mu. O.UT F. WAITI. Cuss is chairman of the State Board of Control, .. They have asked list anything they

LMII A.......... MAMA*.* ta. NOOUT COHSOM.M. SIC. TIIAI. and of course would certainly entertain get in the way of tough legisla- ;
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no,other good reason. I publican's bill to outlaw all portal- \ ,(
Member of Tb.Aa..cIatd PTeisThu This looks like worthwhile'project for to-portal claims. True big
Associated Press is exclusively n- a pay
HUed to tbe MM for r-pubUcation of all the Chamber of Commerce and all of our L business has made profits and in
news dispatches accredited to it or not I t"I some cases has gone as far the .
accredited to thU paper and civic clubs combined.
oUI.rwaal also the local news published herein. e other way as labor has in theirs; .
AU rights for.re.pubtieattOfl of spedatdtsputchi still if ve don't put a halt to this
herein are also reserved. THE MERRY-GO-ROUND BuT LET A Cl&CULMi _ OPENED By MISTAKE?! spiral of boosting wages and prices 1 the betterment of business the
A LlkELV STORy/ we will all wind up in the same
PAGE YRIDAY.MAY16197 LETTER OF HIS OWN mess as did in "29. 'city in general and the people as I

JODArS The installation of parking met-
For u the crackling of thorns under a pot so b DREW fEAHSON WHAT WE ; City/ Urged Jo Aid ers in Orlando not only appears to

.the laughter of the fook Ecclesiastes 7:6.: WASHINGTON The only real secret item of <50T AROUND HERE.' ; Humane be a necessity to accommodatethe
itIt Government expenditure' in this American democracy = Society greatest number but is also a

Nothing! is more silly than silly laughter is the President's special emergency fund. Editor. Orlando Morning Sentinel: sign of progress not to be lamen-

Catullus. This is a fund given every President-whether Republican CARLA.6UST&SW.BELMAPKQAQ I Why is it that those who have ted even if a few'other cities in
Democrat-and which he can use for our money to spend for the City Florida woke up before we did.
or I Beautiful take no interest in the o The parking situation in downtown -
;The Death of Delaney Way anything he wants. He doesnt have to account for Humane Society? The membersare I Orlando is a disgrace and
it or tell Congress what he does with it. He can I \\ I doing all possible to finance parking meters is the only solution -

SOLDIER IN two wars, Maj. Delaney I use it for espionage in a foreign country for making t I I the plan to help all poor homeless to the problem.

.A Way who died yesterday, had been a gUt to a foreign potentate or for buying animals __ : r: animals. R. S. HOGUE.
,for the zoo. Only last week three tiny kitten I Ii I -
identified with the American Legion and Last year. Pres. Truman was i were thrown from an automobile I Information SoughtOn

other civic organizations for years. He was, I voted a secret kitty of $2,500,000 on Westmoreland and some tiny I

in fact, the moving spirit in the construc- I and this column is now able to PITCHING HORSESHOES puppies were tossed out ot a car 0 Walter Ward

tion of the Legion Home and long before I give an itemized breakdown of on N. Orange. Unless the city ,' Editor, Orlando Morning Sentinel:
I a helping hand. 350 members -
that project came along he was identifiedin I how he spent the cash. Incidentally gives to this sort I would'very much appreciate
cannot put a stop
information Walter
most of the Legion programs for the though the fiscal year is Billy's Idea May BackfireI of thing. Last month we managed Ward who was pilot officer of a
S. within seven weeks of being up. I'
welfare of boys.D. to get several Northern people to 1 flying Fortress which was shot
still has half a mil is
Mr. Truman What
join and they asked
he called his friends I 'C down over Athens. Greece. Dec
Way, as was by "
lion dollars unspent. At the last B, BILLY ROSE what her life would be like with the new guy. 'No.: Orlando doing to help this cause? ember of 1942.
was as much a part of Orlando while he had spent only $2.- and we were ashamed to tell the
accounting time
said Dorothy 'and that's what makes it attractive'. I was in Greece at \
When I home tonight. I'm going to push a I
lived as Orange Ave. He was a good father go truth.
006500. I left Danny with his Martinis and miseries working with the Greek under-
member of the confidential grapefruit in Eleanor's face. We want to have a shelter and Ward after
and husband and a The breakdown of the and walked back to the office. The bust-up of his I Orlando ground and I contacted
and the Yowell busi- shows that the larg- Tell why. money to carry on this work he had been shot down and I arranged -
Presbyterian Church '. k .kitty .. .L __. you storybook marriage bothered me. I got to thinkingof I gives thousands of dollars to his from Greece. flr
ness men's class.Although Pearson est part went to nanoie me coat This afternoon I stopped in for a quick bite my own picked up the telephone and called different charities. Why not help He had told escape me at the time that I

considerably over-age Maj. mines. This was an emergency at one of those half-restaurant. half-saloon places.As Eleanor. "Let's take in a show tonight" I said. the city really to own the name his family had a fruit farm in the

Way was among the first to go in the recent Congress could not appropriate for In advance and I was lining up my chin with a plate of souP. "Fine." said my missus. "The City Beautiful"" which cannot vicinity of Orlando. I am very

and his in the mid- instead of asking for a special emergency appropriation Danny Parrish eased into my booth and plopped It wasn't until I hung up that I realized sh* I be done without care for its anxious to know if he is there and
war part was right Truman simply took 1178.000 out of down in the seat. across from me. He was a little hadn't even asked me which show. Then I got it. I homeless animals. I know several would appreciate hearing from
dle of the Battle of the Bulge. fund to for operating the mines. towns in which people leaving him. He will remember me as Pete
his own pay drunk from drinking. Eleanor and I see a lot of shows. It's part of my I
He also used his secret fund to pay the $12.000 "Talk to me." said Danny. "I got the miseries." business. Where most girls would be thrilled at : dogs or cats are fined. assist I the Canadian who arranged his es-
Food Costs of his special Ambassador to the Vatican. ?" I asked. "With all show I' I am sure our paper can cape.
salary "What's eating on you going to theater another to my missus is 'in I this most necessary Human i iI
Myron Taylor, and another $70.000 to pay the expenses that lovely money and all that lovely wife what just another show. I Society and have the Society PETE PULOS

THE A&P FOOD STORES print an ad- of his special committee to promote uni- have you got to brood And that's the way Dorothy must have felt 1 share in the large amount spent Valparaiso.152 W. Jefferson Indiana St.

disclaiming any blame for versal military training. about to"Enough about the goodies in her life After a while the o by the city. I II I

present high food prices. The stores explain Here are other secret items made from the !.' said Dan- I' charge accounts and station wagons containedno I I ONE OF THE LARGER JenmeEditorial/ /

they have operated for five years on a fund regarding which no questions are asked: ny. "The lovely wife more tingle than a scoop of vanilla does toa j I TAXPAYERS

net profit of one cent on each dollar of Executive office of the President-$72.000: studyof packed and walked out '. soda jerk. The things other girls daydream I Want ChanceTo -- On Aviation Praised
civil rights and merchant marine-$80,000; commission on me last night. about she took for granted like her own skin. : Editor. Orlando Morning Sentinel:

sales.That is taking little enough and if it on higher education-$10.000; expenses of "For keeps?" When Picture-Frame Pete came along and Make living Thank you for the editorial

committee observing Bikini tests-$10.000: per- "I'm afraid so." bought her a hamburger and two bits' worth of Editor. Orlando Morning Sentinel: which appeared in The Orlando

were not for the Atlantic Commission Co., sonal services and expenses of executive office- "Uh oh." I said."Who's violets. her heart did nip-ups. She was getting If you should 'check with the I Morning Sentinel Tuesday May

which buys'such tremendous volume for $75,000: President's advisory committee on universal the other fellow?" c something unexpected-something above the line : employment office of Orange I I 13. entitled False Economy onI

the hundreds of A&P outlets, the stores cer- training-$70,000; President's amnesty board "That's the funny partof of habit. I guess even penguins get bored wearing :, County you'd find there are more I Aviation. It was with great pleasure -

tainly could not operate on such a narrow -$40,000; scientific research Office of War Mobil- It." said Danny. "He's evening clothes all the time. than a thousand Vets along with I editorial that I on read the and benefits analyzed of aviation this-

margin. ization and Reconversion]-$100,000. nobody. She ditched me I Which adds up to a conclusion that may lose mea other civilians seeking employ- I and noted the pertinent

,. Meanwhile A&P seems to more or less Pres. Truman also allotted $80,000 for the for a mousy little citizen lot of lady readers. To keep your wife happy ment. The veterans aren't asking article on the very false economy

admit still their economic mission to Greece headed by Paul Por- with a shop in the 50's. don't be nice all the time. Mix it up a little. Not I for any hand-outs. but they are I of Congress in apparently trying
prices are high despite
asking for a chance to at least
ter and $40.000 for other unnamed purposes. Peddles picture frames. to the point of being mean-but enough to show to disrupt this program of air
own picayunish profit because it says. .- I Other items Included $6,500 to the War Department Doesn't make enough to her how good the good stuff is when she gets it. I'selves make an and honest families.living for them- I traffic which they have spent con-
"we must'recognize that no substantial for "aviation facilities In Ecuador"; siderable on Improving.
pay tne storage bill for Dorothy's furs. Send her flowers-but not every week. After the Have they not earned the right money
general reduction in retail food prices is $48.000 to the Labor Department for ware fact- Four Martinis later I had the rest of the story. third straight week, roses won't thrill her any to take a job as an apprentice. if This article in your paper, or

possible until the cost of food to the retaileris finding boards; $%5.000 for the Food Famine During six years of married life the young broker more than broccoli. If you want to keep her keep I inexperienced or to be given a job !similar articles should be carried

reduced." Committee of the Department of Agriculture: had treated Dorothy like a million griping wives her guessing. You can only make Sweetums happyby in which they are already experi I by America the majority for the of promotion papers in of

Now this may sound like the farmer is $50,000 to the Justice Department for a study of dream of being treated. Beaucoup pocket money. giving her something better than she expects, I enced. I American aviation for the general

holding up living costs. Maybe .he is. He "excess transportation costs of the War De charge accounts at the top stores. an elegant little and it's easier to do that if you train her not to We've had all kinds of campaigns thinking public so that this program -

is still But partment": and $120.000 to the Veterans Ad- I house in New York an elegant big house in Long expect too much. In proportion. this goes for mill I here in Orange County for that is now before Congress
prosperous. unfortunately, ministration for "decentralization expenses." Island. and the rest of the frou-frou out of the hands as well as millionaires. soliciting funds members. etc. 'I will not be enforced. ,
there are costs in food other than the : Therefore. I ask the people why
grow- Note-The $50,000 to the Justice Departmentto "
pages of "Town and Country. But enough of this. The class in popcorn psychology o I was quite amused to see in the
ing and the selling of it. Handling, refrig- investigate its fellow Department of War is In addition he adored her. Loved to show her will please stop shooting spitbalL at not let us be first and launch a paper the other day that Americais
1 such "A Job for Every
eration, transportation, packing are big especially! interesting. The War Department had off. Headwaiters popped their suspender buttons teacher. campaign Veteran Week.as now a third rate air force. After .
items. And most of these items be paid excessive freight rates to the railroads: so the being a first rate air force during f.
seem to bowing when big, good-looking Danny and his"Vogue" Around my house, nothing unexpected has I'm sure that there are enough -
j unionized. We aren't about, President paid out some of his own money to the missus In. months. World War II. we have permitted
beefing the cover came happened for Remembering the crackupof business enterprises and factoriesin it to deteriorate to the point that
unions, except to say that it is the unions tightly budgeted Justice Department to study these The broker rated plenty respect from the wise Danny and Dorothy, I'm going to change all the county that if each one has warranted this speculation! It
excessive rates. Apparently the study paid divi mob too. had Inherited seven-figure pledged itself to hire a veteran
who continue to get pay increases becausethe Danny sugar is up to each and every communityas
cost of continues dends. For Atty. Gen. Tom Clark has now an- and'run It up to eight. And Dorothy had chucked that.Tonight when I get home I'm going to push a [and did so] that all the Vets in well as each and every individual -
living high. Some- nounced that a refund action against the railroads all this for 140 pounds of picture-frame peddler! grapefruit in Eleanor's face. Orange County would be employedIn to promote and learn aviation -

where, sometime, somebody's going to will be undertaken. I asked Danny If he had any theories. "Only My lawyer has instructions where to send the a week's time. because upon this dependsthe
have to give before prices come down. this." said the torch-bearer. "I asked if she knewon body. AN EX-MARINE C. W. B. life of our nation should ever

Democrats' dissatisfaction over the Republican war again arise.I .

Why Our Bombers Missed Targets veto on U. S. foreign policy caused ex-OPA Chief Roosevelt favored feel that each and every one of
Paul Porter to remark to Democratic Director Gael WESTBROOK PEGLER SAYSMysterious Justice Douglas us who can do so-both male and

LACK OF accuracy on the part of I Sullivan: "I hear yonVe been accused of interfering Editor. Orlando Morning Sentinel: female-should learn to fly not
THE only for his or her own benefit
bombers during the recent war with Sen. Vandenberg's private bipartisan foreign Would you please print in your but for the benefit they may be

came as a shock to many of us when the policy." Pres. Truman warned all White Guru Letters column who was Prrs. Roosevelt's able to contribute to air commerce.
figures were revealed House family-circle newcomers to put on a big choice for Vice-Preiiof the United I There are many individuals today
recently. smile while being lampooned at the annual Grid- States in the 1944 ejection before I holding good jobs with large firms
Only 3 per cent of the millions of tons of iron Club political roasting clambake. Poetic- Br WESTBROOK PEGLER Nicholas Constantin Roerich who is the addresseeof Mr. Truman was chosen by the I principally because they had

explosives dropped in Europe and the justice department-the fancy offices of Ma].-Gen. If the mysterious guru letters which have some of them. Prof. Roerich's books deal with Democrats? learned to fly in the past. And this
Pacific hit on or within 1000 yards of the Leslie R. Groves once headquarters for the Army's R. F. I appears to be more prevalent to-
bobbed up vaguely in the political career of Henry Oriental intellectual and spiritual subjects. The I [It is generally believed but day than ever before in the history -
targets. atomic project. have been handed over to Assistant
Wallace are authentic, then all speculation would professor: who is addressed as guru has been a not known definitely that Pres of aviation. The farthest pointof
who directs
Most of us thought the famed secret Secretary of State Bill Benton. the man Roosevelt favored Douglas of the I'
the world is hours
bombsight of the U. S. was foolproof. That. the psychological battle for peace. It seem to be idle and petty as to whether this man student of these subjects for many years. He is Supreme Court as his first choice. ,i from our town-when now only it used to

Norden instrument was touted as far took a direct order from Gen. Marshall to force is a Communist. His open cordiality to Communists primarily a painter but his devotion to a community I -Ed.l be weeks and sometimes months.So .
to anything any other nation had andit Fleet Adm. William D. Leahy to give up his plush and his current partiality to Soviet Russia of the whole world at least in some phasesof the airplane has brought all
private office in the new State Department Bldg. human interest. Is suggested by his "pacts" and Parking Meters distances only a few hours apart.
could be than
was. no more a momentary political convenience
Leahy rarely used this office since he spends most THOMAS E. GORDON.
"banners of peace" mentioned in his biography. In of
Part of the answer to the in the aspiration of a messianic fumbler Sign Progress
mystery was of his time in the White House. Pres. Trumannow 1934 the after Wallace became Secretary of

learned the other day in Texas by Dr. J. has a fancy bowler's shirt for his private toward an idealistic brotherhood of man and the! Agriculture.year he appointed Roerich to lead an expedition Editor.Many Orlando people have Morning been Sentinel blasting: I Youth Freed in Bond

Rocher Chappell who well knows bowling alley. His initials are on the front and a purification of the whole human
how it race through suffering through China and Mongolia "in search away at the parking meters proposition On Draft Board
feels to be under enemy bombers. He saw hand-painted picture of a bowler throwing a "ten- philosophy and politics. of drought-resisting grasses for America." The the city officials and the Charge

plenty of them at Okinawa.. strike" on the back. The Truman family's new The mysterious first appearance of the guru opportunities for politics that would occur in the I Merchants Assn.I U. S. Commissioner Alex D ley

Relates Dr. Chappell: alarm clock is a steam shovel parked on the White letters in the campaign of 1940. when Wallace was path of such an expedition were discussed at the have lived in Orlando for 22 said yesterday a New York youth,

"The House lawn which goes into action every morning the ticket for Vice-President, time. I years and have observed steady listed as Joseph Patlawski. ,had
Army tells that the
me designerof digging out space for a new White House store- has been discussed in previous dis! progress year by year toward making been placed under bond of $500
the, Norden sight was left handed. All room. It doesn't affect the President who Is up patches. The sheaf which Yoga Ignores such mundane and momentary I it a swell place to live. I have following a hearing in the U. S.

the precision parts were fashioned by a every morning. before '7 ajn. into hands has been examined came' barriers to the sublime ultimate state of being also observed that the people elect District Court.Patlawski .
southpaw for portside users. Most of. my as national lines. A contemporary American the officials who run the city. was charged with
our professionally by one of the best! politician obviously would thwart himself If he The Chamber of Commerce. the failure to keep his Selective Serv-
bombardiers were right handers." An interesting thing is taking place Inside the .
American authorities on the comparison civic clubs and the MerchantsAssn. ice Board informed of his address.I.. I
were to the immediate or even the
propose I
Doesn't that beat supposedly important Joint Economic Committeeof
about anything you'veever of doubtful documents! have always co-operated for i He posted bond.
eventual obliteration of nations. Yoga also abJures
heard? Congress. This is the committee set up under with authentic examples. This expert -! ---.---
the or certainly denies the importance of material
Congressional Reorganization Act to guide the :
gave his unqualified opinion\ possession. Here again the politician would .....r I. Prevluo l'vi.I .
and '
country economically ward off depression.The .
that the hand-written letters'were
Let's Watch Our Prospects committee chairmanship was seized by already written by the same guru man challenge the strong sense of property in the I Congressman 1-I I

AND CENTRAL Florida overworked Sen. Taft. though several members who wrote the examples. There is; American voters from the rich man down to the '
ORLANDO wanted it to go to GOP Sen. Flanders of Vermont owner of a family dwelling or an old automobile. !
absolutely doubt that the
alert to the no examples -:
opportunity of an experienced businessman. Since then were written by Henry Wallace had no need to plump for the ultimateIn HORIZONTAL VERTICAL _N __ _
bringing the medical college of the University committee members have urged that its economic ;' U.S 1 Castersrepresentative MAt. A [DITII
Wallace. It follows that in the this respect to get himself scolded a.s a pro- 1,6 Pictured r U
of Florida to this section, when, as staff study the most burning issue in the country opinion of this recognized auPegler Communist. He had only to propose that the 2 Meager _: _:

and if it is established.We -high prices. Nothing. however has happened. thority. Wallace wrote these guru letters.A American people should work some unreckoned 13 Take offense 3 Continent I ':

have heard some of our doctors Instead of tlw price study Taft Is sending out guru in India Is literally a teacher. The millions of days producing things to be "sold" to 15 Mean 4 Steep httA

don't quite like the idea because teachersof questionnaires to businessmen asking them what Oriental philosophy known as Yoga a heritage Russia but with the tacit understanding that the 16 One

the college would sooner or later go out business win be like at ,the end of the year. This is from the ancient Aryans is taught by gurus and Russians would never pay us. Still he may have 17 Competent shel6! 5 Half Robust an em I _ _
19 To the
and practice in the community, and thus nothing more than a poll-taking survey. It doesn'teven requires years of deep study. It would be futileto had in mind not the immediate great material tered side 7 Baking 22 Rains 47 Sea eagle
begin to dig into remedies for high prices. try to give a capsule explanation. Some American benefit to the people of Russia and their present 20 Greek letter chamber 25 Came up 48 Cape

expo&nts of Yoga refrain from discussing it because rulers but the hastening of a day when materialIsm 21 Smooths 8 Iron (symbol) 27 Irregular 49 South latitude
I Orlando Morning Sentinel Radio Proaram I it has been associated In the Western mind would collapse into universal poverty and all 23 Finish 9 Friar's title 30 Wmglike part (ab)

with magic fire-walking. fire-eating and other the races would assemble on a supernormal spirit- 24 Tellurium 10 Man 32 Eternity 50 Worm

800 Church WOO taut la Ww. d iew-RmW.wt.o, tisso.__ vanmr (740.... WOiO (SAO) WLOF (11 JO) WOUZ (740) I: quackery. Persons and publishers who would not ual and mental plane. In that fulfillment naturally (symbol) 11 Program 35 Holding 51 Heap
Blina OD N. 3 45 OlTe and Take ..... Pursuit of H.p'eu Music 36 Puffs 53 Hasten
13 Firm Krporttr RnllIe] Orn Illoa RlJlb'I. Unlimited dare ridicule other religions or philosophies almost the remaining Russians would be present 25 Area measure 12 Required W
1.30 AMUtl.ael E h... Nw-Rfl1 ( ,OrJla Ramblr 4:OO BOBM Party" T:::: Skip Ttrittt bow! Studio Parts-IIII i survivors. but the rulers and their 14 Pitch 38 Constructs 55 Sea (Fr.)
.I'U. _Ne&-8bM3r7a.tRertii.. _OwtU Rimblen 4,is House Party studio Tour _. Studio Party .... invariably ridicule Yoga. To affirm a belief in Yogais among other I: 26 That man 57
? Atop
., ?? 1"n' VV1 .- "....>*".. Clock. Kcwli T!-_ 4 3O Dr. Malone Cliff Edward Studio Partr to Invite the persecution of ridicule. For this imperial State would have vanished even as the 28 Down 18 Exist 39 Girdles ab I'
', 'I"llral 4.4$ Alllinre Church -- Tom Mn ___ Studio Party ____ 21 Excuse 45 Silences 59 Vermont ( I
Tan wlEn1 Uit. Moral n Clerk Devotions Ntwi)rnlnt_ evot'sa___ TOO-Ene8tya"leI-NnaTny"-: : d ParTmH leason. an American politician who should publicly U. S. A. Only the fit and worthy would come 29 Trap :
ji43jwi: __nnn N..MUlI, .40 Mult.n_ __ S'IS Oeorte Mimi __ Sky King __ Studio Petty declare even a studious interest in this out- through the purifying fires to live in a sweet land 31 Mountain j's s'r
--OG-C3S B'30 Lam A Abner .. Jack Armstrong _._ Radio RodeoS __,
ala w.Klmbl.New.J5l.rttn. Band of tbt AtremkT.017. 740 News Club____ 45 R, Tront-New. .__ Air La"o Trio __- Lowell Thorn. landish philosophy would assume a handicap that of beauty and justice. nymph ,Ii
tM NeniM BTMltr Jo. Sod). Tno .. 140 Club Too: Dinner Duet ._.._. Sutton Lewi*. Jr. Supper Club __?_ would be politically fatal. By his very profession or It is unlike the Yogi as of at rate 33 Fate "r'1
,? U_Frank Parker _u telbfrfc DrUter .. 740 _CIa"OON..Dlct'.J ________ ',IS Lone Ranter __ Bob Lyl ..'__ Market Quote now any 34 Court - -
a .' Brtakfut-Club N... ___" 1:30: Lone Ranger __ Henry J. Taylor Music for DinIng confession" of faith he would surely frustrate his to thrust their Ideas on others. They are reticent 35 Importune It :'; .'r ,,.v...- "1i1. "'
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a IS Moraine DcTotlo'i Brttkfut 43 ?New A Score Snort Parade H. V. Kaltenbom"VoO own mission. for f' \
Club 740 Club than and crusaders '
rather propagandists
1:30: :..ly" Wtntri Breakfast CHi U WomVn-i wTrim : F.nnle Brie. Headline Edition"':. Highways ii Mef. 37 Serfs 10- ': L. It ,) #'-
!:4STgur. Slaterel ly .-. Br,.u.it Club. _. We..n'. World 7:IS Pannl Brie* __-__ Elmer Dart -__ Hltnway In Mel 1 I The gum letters. In the opinion of one an- their faith and they hold that,only the blessed 10 Hebrew deity : 'f{
ro---1IOArtts': rGodfre,-:=-M-TiII.-Btor Whtt AnVcrpriIiT "7.30: Adv. of Thin Man Leave to Otrl Treaiur Chen thority on Yoga who desires to be anonymous and privileged elect meaning themselves and a 41 From z.. .' 1 110 11 '.,' La
10:15: Arthur Oodfrn _7::41 Bill Henry. New Ltayeto OiriItaDanceUme ; ",'
10:30: "uhlou 1. )" BtorB Beu Cr..u Crotker.. J.ek Wh.t: Blreh Am'c.Show"LUttalnt t=00-OlanSImm' a_---= Gabriel;:'Bnr---:: Ple Are Funny.IS -:- i for the reasons stated above do not indicate a few applicants accepted with discrimination. are 42 Anent './ ".
10 U-Roarm.n Post ,,_. Bouquets la Rh 'm 8 Oinny Simm _,___ Favorite Compo* People Are Funny j I mastery or understanding of the philosophy lie qualified to understand. 43 Sun god ii u-r i--; )\
ilno Kat. Smith Speaks; 'To -Brentm.rTToid i ..."Tn ':3O Durante-Moore __. Your P.B IMusical SI.onrasoI :\
sad N says they make nothing but Juvenile nonsense to 44 Find fault -
45 Durante-Moore Tour FBI .
11:15 Murtcal Showcase"Vwfpay i--
: Nat IIr.nd'.D. Or Tom Brtarmta .. ._ ..
11:3& Hol.. Tn'" HollYwOOd Btorr Old Wordi tad and Jlrw Mnua : .Be'-Itnorant Meet"the Praa Concert M..ter::: him. They do contain some terms that are, Wallace has talked and written much but he ;Verb forms U f4
L n,45 OvrOat8unday Ted Main,,.___ Word and Mntio t-IS Pays Be Ifnorant Meet the Press .. Concert Master familiar to students of Yoga. has always seemed to be withholding some of his I Footlike part ;i--- ,. uT ir ,
2OG-N... ':3O My Pnend Irma ,,_ The Sheriff ._ Rollins Roundttlet4S -
Rennt B.ker K... ._ I HIB
would I
2'15 "Ia Perkins K..., .krr JMkTnurdra: My Friend Irma Sheriff-Roll Call Rollins Roundfble Krishna for example who is mentioned wasa thoughts. If these are truly his letters he 52 State
2.30 CbfCtrrbolrd: Time Mire Ortifta u"__ r.rr.U Cluiiotrtrt (O--OG-"ltmefWHL..tChla: __.-._"News -.- ..=--- Vedic. or Aryan deity. with proviso. however. thata seem to have had hours when he was displeasedwith I S4flesistancea- .rr "Z' ", -4 5'
12U Road af Llf. ,.. ._ __ __ :'1
Nina 01 Muafral. Belt It or Mot 10:IS Jack Smith PUhU h Harkn' of Wash's units '
l G-Bi.l -- 1030 Dance Orch. ___ Sports __ Worlds deity. in this philosophy is the embodiment of Soviet Russia. So. material Communism,,. i'
: laterBnkhu: : ......... MkUnc*: Pat Ort Novel 44si 'IS 3T .rt ;,
1:11 run Maui __ .rreu Tim"_-. _. Melodic Sketch*. 1043 Dance Orch ____ SpOrts' Pat __... World Oct hovel a principle. The Bhagavad Ghita. in the patieft as seen in Russia. may be as purely an incidental I 55 He represents ,'>: 9io .:
1:30: N.as .. nu "I1IIIcal V.ri.tl.., Bie.t. Serenade llOO: New* ?. ._ Sport*:Parade ._ New __un __ toward sublimity as the dirty (ab.) - -
"IU-B: M.m SuitS Strtp.d.! 11:IS Ball Score u__ Danco Orchestra Blue Barren Or__ words of my authority on Yoga is an epic poem. phase of the progress 56 Districts U if Jj.: isl
2-00 BoiMnet For-To.-Afternoon"Editioa: Uaile"'OnHBited-: 11 JO Dance Orch Dance Orchestra Three Sun Trio an extract from a veda. or ancient scripture whose half mile past the town dump on theway to the :ii
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2'15 Orch Orch.-Ne Korn Kobblcrs 58 Sleek
BouQut' Pot Y. Smile Ttm. "u" Vallmlttd 11:45: Dance of the and daughters of I will l 5 '>1 sa
2:30 WIDDer lako All Brw Onto _- Mute Unlimited ? 200: -New*--=:-::-=:=._....-Slta-Oft j.. ... News & SleD Off lessons were committed to memory long before annual revival sons 60 Hebrew
2.45 WIns,, T.t., All Bride A Groom .. Maile Oallmued -' 12 IS Dance Orch .-, -.._ they were written and are now preserved in Benares ascetics :'1
.3ninu7aiidc: "rt, --- <"' :- -Seited Marie Unlimited 1230: Disco Oreh arise.We have had nobody like this strange marIn L ((00 (
3 U 5 .* ).1! __ **dle.. Be Sriled, Made Unlimited 124S_ News ,__.__ and elsewhere in India. 61 Lock of hair .. I
3 JO OIT It Tike Edvu C. HID __ Made Unlimited .? -1:00-8itB OH _-u._.__ I-Zl The letters contain references to books by Prof. our country before. ,

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Friday, May 16, 1947 Srlanoa( fflumten &mtbttl Paae 9.

Advocates Negro Charges '

House Group Lake Master Brand Market Group Christian


$50 Million Expense Act CHICAGO [AP] Pearl McAden Proposal EndorsedBy Elects Wilson Churches EndConvention ,

,, 53, former Negro peace officer In .
':r' Tampa who fled a prison camp 'I
where he was serving a life term ORMUND POWERS .1 WASHINGTON [AP William MIAMI [API Delegates to the
.............................................. for murder, declared yesterday he I* Wilson, director of Florida annual contention of Florid
[Our Own Stoff Correspondent} .State Markets, elected Christian Churches concluded
was a victim "politics" who had was presi-
Tick Campaign :\ SCHOOL BILLS OKAYED \ been "railroaded to prison for ARES-Support of a common citrus brand for ,,I dent of the New National Association their annual three-day meeting
NEW carrying out my duty." Lake County fruit was given by Lake County Chamber of of Market Managers at the here last night with a Youth Fellowship

: Commerce directors at their monthly meeting here yester- organization's first annual con- banquet and a general

I Education Takes Forefront \ Interview lie made as the he statement was being In led an vention here yesterday. session.

Bill Approved to the United States marshal's day.The group also endorsed county-wide zoning. The Jacksonville man's selection I Dr. Forrest C. welt, ef Atlanta ,
was announced by the I
lockup from a Federal Commis director of the Southeastern -

TALLAHASSEE [AP An act \s As Senate Debates Proposal \ sioner's tinued until hearing May 22 that. was con- her H.of C.the Brown Chamber's of Clermont, to the office;788 letters and %.':11 board afternoon of directors session following Directors an 'I' Council of office Churches of the of Federal Christ

setting up $55.012.698 for general Committee pointed out mem-1 pieces of literature were dis- were chosen earlier In the day in America, gave the concluding -
the next "The man I killed Charles Van tributed. by the association membership, address
State two years expenditure but authorizing during Cabinet s\ For Medical-Dental School \ Denhorst alias Charlie Moon of Legislature Is not likely to Reports were given by Hugh G. with approximately 100 in attendance The
release of another $7,467.455 If Haines City, was the aggressor bill calling for higher :Martin Jr. Leesburg; O. W. Smith. from 35 States Clarence C. Stauffer
and I killed Wilson, who served acting convention president, presided and
In self as
defense Mc-
standards for I
become available, was recommended W. Donald
funds Conkling.
back .
by the House Appro- TALLAHASSEE [AP] Educational matters came I Aden declared. "He called to me citrus. Mount Dora and Henry Self, president of the association dur- the Rev. J. A. Corbett of Tallahassee -

priations Committee yesterday.The i prominently to the Legislative scene yesterday as the Senate on the sidewalk and a fight I Thus he said, UmatiUa. district vice-presidents, ing the month In which prepara- was In charge of the demotion -
committee substituted an whether to establish a medical-dental schoolin I started. Van Denhorst was killed" ,Lake County : tions for organization have been period .
debated ; as veil.as by Dr. R. J. Dalton. director !'
for McAden who said he was a 1 I under way, emphasized his assur- Speakers during ,.esterdu'l'meeUngs
entirely new set of figures and the House Education Committeeto should again of the health department.
Dade County
ance that "the association faces included Dr. Andrew W.
Tampa policeman to
bill from 1921
Senate approved consider the
those In a Steele of Astor
possibility F. P. was" elected
authorizing outright expendituresof approved new school mils. I 1923 and a deputy sheriff after of estab- Important tasks and should playa I Gottschall. director of the Florida
$62,300,000 without any but the GOT. Caldwell the bill raising Down In the Governor's office that contended his trial was not I I lishing a com- a vital part In the betterment of I region of the National Conferenceof
the bill making the conditions for Americans who Christians and Jews' Dr.
normal strings of budget com- salary] ceilings of State Welfare Legislative conducted legally. "I was railroaded mon brand under t en- ; Eph-
University of Florida and the gage in the production of farm riam D. Lowe of Indianapolis and
mission restraint.If Board employes to $325 after reconsidering Into prison. he said of which all Lake Pharmacists ElectA.
the House version Is accepted,. a previous bill limiting Florida State College for Women the trial that resulted In his con- .County fruit products," ,Dr. Riley B. Montgomery, presi-
and Its contingent funds are left salaries to $250. co-educational became a law upon viction of murder April 22, 1944.A ,I'could] be- adver- ****.J'"YrJl_ B.. Ware PresidentTAMPA l! dent of Lynchburg College Lynch-
it would mean a $15 mil House Representatives Governor Caldwell's] signature. The BrownIn Texas Oil Lease Fraud burg, Va.
unspent In the relative of one of the Jurors Used and sold. [API A, B. Ware of
lion biennial general fund deficit passed bills raising most State same law provides that the Women' 1 I this way Lake County fruit Branford was elected president of I
was permitted to visit with the :
College now becomes Florida Trial at A device has been Invented
Opens Tampa
forecast on the basis of the Senate 1 attorneys to $6000 salaries and juror in chambers while the verdict would not be so greatly affectedby the Florida State Pharmaceutical ,
bill would be trimmed about In their assistants $4.500. permit- State University. was being deliberated the market's reaction to poor Assn. yesterday as the druggists I I TAMPA API] George Reining of ; "'hich111 'translate human
I tardy auto drivers t6 pay a 'Senate the medical I ended their annual East N. J. in speech Into visible patterns on a
ting debate over McAden said. fruit shipped from other sections. 57th conven- Orange, went on trial ,
half.The bill provides funds for penalty rather than stand a driving school bill by Sen. Colemanand he said. Chamber directors en- tion. Ware succeeds C. O Hamilton Federal Court here yesterday on screen which can be read by deaf-
operating the general services, examination making viola- 23 others was cut off suddenly He was sent to the prison road dorsed continuation of the study. (: of Pompano.The charges of perpetrating an oil lease persons
departments agencies and In- tion of airport traffic rules mis- ] when the upper chamber I camp at Brownville. Fla. whichhe group selected Jacksonvilleas fraud involving a 640-acre tract In r i
stitutions. It accounts for only demeanors and declaring Illegal took up at'the afternoon session fled March 12, 1946. because, County-wide Ion i n g. only : the 1948 convention city. I Presidio and Terrell Counties,
about one fourth of the State's the Issuance of occupational only House-passed bills In line he said, of the "brutal treatment" method whereby the type of | Other officers named were Dave I Texas.
total expenditures licenses for medical practice to with a previous plan. j. administered to prisoners. I Just buildings erected outside municipal Weaver. Miami first vicepresident I Reining. 54, was charged with
The State Budget Commission, persons not qualified to enter the I walked away and climbed the : limits can be controlled I ; E. E. Blood worth. Fort four counts of violating mail fraud Electric Hedge ShearsAll
made up of Cabinet members, had profession.The Talk] had barely begun Sheldonof on an I fence" McAden related. was endorsed by the chamber. Pierce, second vice-president; E. J. statutes, one of conspiracy to defraud Purpose Pruners
amendment Senators
Senate's' list of new bills and by Mathews of Jacksonville Time on the road gang was Lake County's zoning bill can- Pierce, Jacksonville third vice- and one of violating the Securities :
Tampa "horrible." MeA den declared. president R- Richards Fort Exchange Act. Spray Equipment
Express Curb Sought Included the measure sponsoredby calling for a State .appropriation -! not now be submitted to the Legislature I : ,
: Prison guards compelled him to because Myers secretary. .--., J
out, -
Dailies of it was pointed Lawn
TALLAHASSEE [AP] Rep. the Associated of $25.000 to be used ;" Sprinklers
Cobb of Orange County yesterday Florida to permit comment on in making a study to determinethe I I drag other prisoners from "thesweatbox" it would be necessary to advertise I Some have been QUALITY BEDDING : I Metal Lawn Carts
to be beaten he asserted before- pineapples
without risk of I the bill for 30 days t
judicial rulings
best site for medical school.)
Introduced a bill requiring contempt of a and offered to show marks hand. known to attain a weight of 17 : AT FACTORY PRICES : Lads
shippers of citrus fruitto punishment for A report would be made to the Lazy
express his body. A deputy marshal pounds.
He court. 1949 Legislature. !ion Because of this Impossibility SINCE 1920 :
be citrus fruit dealers. restrained him. however.Jacksonville : Post Hole Diggers
defined an express shipper as Also put before the Senate wasa The amendment would have the Brown suggested that Lake Coun- Innerspring Mattresses :
any person or firm engaged intending measure to create the office of effect of shattering Coleman's bill ty zoning be written into the Marion ,,'--i: BE SURE TOCi : Fertilizer Distributors
fruit In Individually addressed Child Labor Inspector. I which calls for a State grant of Chief County zoning bill scheduledto INVESTIGATE : Box Springs : Rakes, Hoes, Edgers
$1.800.000 for establishment of the before the Legislature I .
packages not Intendedfor House measures authorizing use come : Hollywood Beds :
resale. Cobb explained the' of all State'gasoline tax funds on I I college In Dade County. Both | To Head FiremenMIAMI within a few days. Directors : The W> Renovate All Type ef Btddinc : i "If It's Hardware See U. First"
proposed bill was aimed at highways and giving counties one I I Sheldon and Mathews had sought BEACH [rAP The Flor- agreed to the proposal. i RevolutionaryConcrete I'lck-up: and Delivery Service Aa,- ,
bringing "express shippers un- cent of the seven-cent tax for the school for their home town ida State Firemen's Assn. ended its Such a plan] offers a ]legal method where In Central Florida ,
der the law." their own road purposes were cities. I convention here yesterday with the of obtaining zoning Immediately t ,;: Block : ECHOLS BEDDING CO. : H. H. PARRISH
withdrawn by their election of W. H. Barnett of Jack- said. Zoning is needed With the .
sponsors. The Education Committee bills Brown \ t. : O. Sanford H Wy Just South of ,
recommended appropriations totaling The House. Canals and Drain- would require private schools to sonville as president. Daytona many think, to control the typeof the Underpass : HARDWARE
$57.192.000 for the two age Committee approved. 9 to 3. meet educational, sanitary and Beach was named the convention buildings and businesses which ROUNDED CORNERJust : Phone Winter Park 95S-W ,
P. O. Box 737. Orlando, Ha. 220 S. Orange Ave
years. That Included about $2 a bill to abolish the Everglades safety standards. Religious J city for 1948. l may be located on public highways the Thing ,.,.." " ....'
million In contingent funds. Even Drainage District Board. schools would be exempt. I Other officers elected by the of_ the county. For That New Home -- -
after making sharp cuts In department The House defeated 50-24. a (,firemen yesterday Included Capt.J .
requests, the total was bill denying expense money to Following the line of citizens I A. Fleming. Miami Beach, vice- See Karl Lehmann reportedthat Holloway Concrete ProductsPlant I
about double the amount of the Sheriffs to leave the State In pursuit education committee recommendations : president; Chief Earl Langley, membership in the cham- Located: Two Blocks South I ,
the House also Chief B. ber now stands at 1851. Dur- of Underpass oa Orlando Av..
of less group en- Chattahoochee. secretary:
of guilty
bill passed two any person I
years ago.The I i WINTER PARK: PHONE SIS R I
Senate restored about $5 I than a felony. i dorsed a proposed Constitutional B. Hart Daytona Beach, treasurer, Ins April there were 302 visitors

million of the budget commls.Ion' The House also passed HB 807 I,i amendment authorizing issuance I and Chief Roy Starlin Tampa,
cuts to various department requiring re-registration of alii I 1 of county school construction chairman of the legislative group.
... and Institutional .budgets, I Orange County voters in 1948 as a bonds against anticipated State I USE"BUTANE" WHEN
to make the entire bill call for prelude to a permanent registration Capital outlay funds. Georgia Promotion N
outright expenditure of $62.- system. I WILL YOU BE SUED?

200,000. Amputee Vet's Car I Campaign Demanded

Members of the House Committee Women Open RegistrationTAMPA DAYTONA BEACH [AP] A. B FOR ECONOMY See us forComprehensive
however, cut nearly all the Reported StolenJACKSONVILLE Edge Jr.. of the Cotton Manufac- Personal
Registration began
departments back to the amounts rAP [APJ James: I turers' Association of Georgia told
lie A GALLON Extra
yesterday for delegates to the an- Liability Makes
recommended by the budget com- W Wilson of Jacksonville who lost; the 47th convention of that group I
the Florida
mission and Included the differ- nual convention of i both hands and legs In a wartime 'I yesterday that the association ORLANDOBUTANE I $10,000 for $10.00 Cooling;
Federation of Business and Professional Betters
ence between those amounts and air crash, told police yesterday his!!I should launch a public relations H ...
the Senate bill figures as Individual I Women's Clubs. The car had been stolen from a downtown -. I program with the held of a full- GASSERVICE I $50,000 for $13.50 Iced Tea Refreshing
meeting will last through Saturday .
contingent funds. parking lot. Wilson, a pre.1 I time public relations director. SIMM for 114 M M
The contingency, items could be law student at Jacksonville Junloi j' "We should carry our own Geor- ttfs.u' .
..;( spent only with permission of the College, lost his limbs after a.L I'I gia story to our own Georgia people Incorporated Hall Bros. Agency P71nt 'luJhed,i
Firm President DiesJACKSONVILLE It
burget commission after regular bomber crashed against a New r I in our own Georgia way" he un W. Koblaioa Ph. 2-ITS) 112 N. Orange TeL 5189 i
appropriations have been ex [API Merritt England mountain. I declared.
hausted. Brown president of a duplicating
The Senate completed legislative machine company here bearing his .
action on the $2 million name died suddenly here yesterday -
tick eradication bill and sent it of a heart.attack. .
to the Governor for his approval
after Sen. Shands of Gainesville Residents of Africa before the
warned that the spread of the white man called Victoria Falls

tick Is approaching areas where the "Smoke That Thunders." .
racing Is conducted. while American Indians called ;

Senators also passed and sent t, Niagara the "Thunder of Waters. \ f fI
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62\ .

Drop in Tax Receipts Spurs ",, ,.. ,!.i.: ., :.,. .

Study of Revenue Prospects :- ; '- .- I .

.... ... ,; : .
ALLEN :" ,-
[Our Own Staff Correspondent]

TALLAHASSEE-A million dollar flutter of decline In I ,

tax revenue is puzzling officials responsible for figuring ....... .
how much money the State government will get to spend in ; .1

the two years beginning July 1.

The tax loss hasn't been great enough yet to cause dis Jf'

tress, but lawmakers and admIn- \

istrative officers are trying to 12.44 per cent during the first 10:
guess Its sIgnifIcance-to decide
whether the tax honeymoon of the months of the present fiscal year,

put few years Is over. while April collections were uj

Floridians are drinking less, 9.63 per cent from the same month I I .
but smoking moree. They are
of last
not spending quite as much at year.
An Inexplicable fact of th e \ .
race tracks and theater men
claim movie admissions have cigaret tax, reports Vocelle. la
that Florida sales jumped a start-
lI!, dropped per cent. .
.. Nationally, the American seems ling 60 per cent last year, whili e .tk .g
to be nationally there was a 20 per cen t
spending less for fun. either
because he does not possess as Increase. ,
much money now as he did In the Horse racing produced slightly Designed both for sea-going

Immediate past, or he Is using his more revenue In the season just
dollars for household goods he was concluded than In the previousyear athletes and style-wise landlubbers. '. ,.
unable to buy until lately. but only because an addi- i. r ? it
How the people spend their tional track was opened In an

money In the next two years Is im- untapped field, the West Coast .. '. "
portant now as the present Legis- many believe. Officials are Inclined : .

lature will fix the money policyof to believe there will be a -r" ? Cabana suits of sanforized cotton. .
the State Government during tapering off In this revenue ;
that biennium-the fiscal period source.

June starting 30,July 1949.1, 1947, and ending Opinion or. Capitol Hill may b<: ,'. l in a wide variety of tropical patterns I iP'
If the summed thus: The easy money era :;
revenue guesses" aren'trood. sums over for the people am I .'.4,1 rr r .
Injustice will result either '
from surplus or deficit. their Government. : and colors $7.50 to,$10. T-shirts /e .
For Instance while Florida taxes I ;
fetched: unforseen millions during : t
the past biennium. whose estimates I WELLS DRILLED by McGregor, Manhattan and Jantzen. Striped ;
were made during the war 1 Anywhere In \
the Inflexible appropriation laws I ;

prevented Inequities and the cost correction the State of salary either I FLORIDAANY or plain $1 to $3.50. Play shorts in plain or patterned cotton i t

the services of many efficient men I SIZEANY .. \ !

and who .stuck women out or Inflation.suffering to those FW : DEPTH J ':-' gabardine and Zelan, styled by Manhattan and McGregor $1,50 to $6.50. ( '

As a partially compftisatlng factor 't.t ..' \
however, the salaries estab- : FOR HOME- ., ."' 1 ".

lished under 1947 laws may seem RANCH I ..... :. t2 a
..above the average of private employment : i :
.1 ] before the end of the I OK GROVEWe : ; 'ft_ ,
i >t ;
next biennium in 1949. .. ".
: .
Guarantee I ,. \ .: ; \ --- .
Thus ---
members of the presentLegislature .. '
must take Into account Water XO : : :< -- ;
or ; "' : s;
: oj. "
this two-year y .., +' ; a
lag when studying "\; "r It / "
the erratic behavior of State taxes. Pay "1 \.' :
For example while alcoholic "
We will glady : f1r' .
beverage tax collections declined 'J" ,. '0" : "
but 2.84 per cent during the first I give you a''
10 months of the present fiscal I ', t : ; :

Tear April's slid off 2230! per cent FREEEstimates e n .J
from the same month a year ago. I : '. .

Warning "It's all a guess." '. '". . .
State Beverage Dir. Jam T. = 3$ Monthsto I -.' J > t "
Vocelle. figure a $1 million :
I -
loss next year. Pay i ; W. 41S ;

Yet. Florida clgaret collections I :
are tip-up a counter-balancing '
million dollars for the present LIBBY & FREEMAN I e Doorway to M...'* World -

year. I '711 W. Church St. .TeL 9889
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( Poge 10 (! rlanta! lEarning &nttnri Friday, May 16, 1947

Famed Rookie Indians Maul
By BOB HAYES > ': .. .' League Leaders

For the past few days the rumor has been circulating J; ... : : ] .

round the Florida State League that Lou Bevil was on his I Nat Hurling

way out as manager of the Orlando Senators, and that Joe Gels Credit < ....,",:'.<"'A' A .,:. Need 14 InningsTo

Justice would take over the piloting job. .. : j; 7' ..' ...'.,. f.. 'For 9-1 WinWASHINGTON

The rumor is untrue, unfounded and unsportsmanlike, ; ta :
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as most rumors usually are. For : : : Cleveland mauled three Washington
8-3 WinCHICAGO -
John Ganzel.. business manager" of the Senators branded the t Triumph 4-2 pitchers for 14 hits to defeat

story as a "dirty deliberate lie. e the Nationals 9-1. here last night.

Ganzel went on to add that he was very well pleased with I I. Bryan Stephens making his major
(AP] Rookie Clint .
Bevil as a manager and that Bevil's job was as secure as a baseball Hartung. making his first big *31 ac4be, ,. I 2tsy PHILADELPHIA TAP] The league debut for the Indians. limited -
American, League-leading
Job could be."He's Washington to eight scattered -
league start as a pitcher after
Tigers 14 innings
had -
doing the best Job of any manager we've had here since failing in the outfield lasted five 4pa4 to to go the Philadelphia'Athletics. yesterday hits.
the he went "Lou is hustling himself I Hal Peck's single GeorgeMetkovlch's
I've been heading up club on. and a third innings yesterday 4-2. A pinch single by

and he's got the ball club hustling. The players like him and against the Chicago Cubs long veteran Roger [Doc] Cramer and i ij i double and LouBoudreau's

hustle for him. And he firmly controls the players' action on the enough to gain credit for the New S .;4k 4. 1 NsI j a long fly by pitcher Paul [Dizzy] :J i I the Indians infield a out off netted Early

playing field and he's helping our younger players out a lot by work- York Giant's 8-3 victory in a Trout provided the scoring punch. i iI run
series j Wynn in the first inning and
Ing on their mistakes. I The A's were never out of the I they picked
\ up two more on Pat
*' The fabulous freshman from ( ball game until the last putouta Seerey's triple with two on In

Where or how such a story tot started Is water over the dam. It Hondo. Tex, billed as a combination ', weak popup by third baseman' the third.

probably started with some disgruntled fan right here and spread. of Babe Ruth and .. Hank Majeski. In their half of The Indians boosted the score

Personally speaking. Bevil has done an excellent job. He hasn't Bobby Feller in an off-season' 1* % the 14th. Connie Mack's Athletics to 4-1 in the fifth and Lou Bou
buildup earned the start by loaded the bases but relief hurler'
had the tubful of good material Ted Madjeski had last year but still a f ; y 4 I dreau's double with the bases
brilliant relief job last week.Mgr. 4 Al Benton squelched the rally. '
he's got the ball club right there in contention for league loaded produced three more runs
leader-I Kiel Ott replaced him with Trout got credit for the win. his'
.ship. And he put himself in the roughest spot of them' an. Bill Volselle In the sixth after ? fourth against a single defeat. I I in the sixth. Cleveland added two

at first base and doing a good job of it. It isn't easy to follow up : he had yielded eight hits and : Dick Fowler was the loser. kovich more in tripled the seventh with two when Met-
Dud Burns at first base. walked four '. The Tigers grabbed a %-0 lead ,
As for Justice, he ain't looking for the manager's job. :He isn't I In the second inning as right- a. r .I abehIs
During the course of the Giants'14.hlt
Interested. And on top of that he firmly believes Bevil Is doing a i fielder Pat Mullin slammed a Pork.rt SlOlSraan.rf. III. .
barrage. Mize tieda ...
Johnny MOIb..ff I I I 5 .I..rf 4 I t I I '
great job with the material at hand. National League record by homer over the right field wall Rnd.ag.ss I I I 1 r..1I' 4 S I 5 1
with Dick Wakefield aboard. nI..11t 11 I I y..11t 4 I I I I
So much for that ugly rumor. scoring In his 15th straight came V 'I' nuW.K I' 1 S .'PrldoU''.:' 4 I I I 3r.AS
a mark held jointly by Freddy The A's got one run back in Sli4iITrs.35: 45511
their half of the second stanza "all.1b S" S 1 i''lult's..sa 4 I I I 25..pue
Baseball certainly can't be classed as a sport harboring much Lindstrom of the Giants In 1927 I 4 1 3 3 IEsas.s 4 I 341
and Max Carey of Pittsburgh In then tied it up in the fifth. The III........ 11115W1..5 11110iaa.y.p ,
A's scored their first run when I I 1i''b.gitp
Players either produce or vamoose. And often it Is necessaryto 1924. Gene Handley singled to right on I I I : 0 : SaMyatt
Sew YORK ( I CIIICAIS (N) 11111.i'seI
turn an awfully popular player loose. N.I) ahrSss the heels of a long double by I '."' ISIlIPTstalo
That was the predicament John Ganzel found himself in yesterday BI.I.11t I I I I aHad", 5 5 I IIU..J. I George Binks. -
.._ 4 I S S J'.Uku'.n' I I I I 1Thu.g I I .it:1'I Tsaals 58 1 S 27siksd
when be had to release Freddie Swindells. Freddie was one ,..., DETROIT' (A) I PHILADELPHIA (A) ,
s I I I 'IP. I I I I S ? in Itnoor I. fib.
baseball has had. 1111..111 I 1 1 I .\<".... '".11 4 S I I Si't. : abebsa .5,555l..k.s. -Strurk. aut Car ,..-, Is 5th.l'lsel.sd .
of the most popular players an Orlando team .. 5 5 I 5 41.s.si. I' I 4 1I _
I S I 4 l1Nsb.fTlng. I' I S I ill .11 ISO.5Wuhigtnn
I 11:011.110: I' 1 t IV.le.ff I S t 0 1
He went like a house afire In 1941. when he won 23 games and despite M.nh.Ii.1f. I S I I ',hoI.rt 4 I I I S 1..11..1.. 5 5 I I 2 r.t..111 5 I III 1W.k"'Id.llt Ill 1 ISO to*_1
........11 555lJ.j'5' 5.5112 ErnnTratlf.; Knerr, Conine. Bass. batted ii:
16 wins. 5 I 5 4 5 Chsp. ( I N I S I
ailing arm last he picked up I .
an year .
Snv..i 112SM.ulliss 45151Hart.i.p I eVwdrea' 4. Cbrtitmtn. Reeree 2. Mxkatlrk S.T"
''But Freddie's arm didn't come around this year. And he's been I I 1 S 011.......' I S I S I 5.f Iutll..ff 1 I I ,5 1 BlnU.1f 2laenki.3b I I I 4 I 3 I ku* hit: MetkertrB. ........... Perk. Thru
Y.iuti.p 1ISSIL..p, SIllS I : : ; : : : : : : km aHa: fseerey, MetkoTtrk. 8i4a bass: Tarawa.
having trouble with a bad leg. Actually he wasn't helping the club Tri kl... Iiil1I.Tui I ilna.b S 1 Hssdiy.1b 5Tebhstts.s SemMc: "_I.... Loft.. ,.' CI....
I" I I lGuee..e 2 I S I 2scrsm.r
lS'IIS land t, W.ihlrHoe. I. Baeee **) bail.: WTB t.KMTT .
any, which he knew and said so yesterday. ... Sills I illISbPssl. 1 t. meanM L IWrikeoajte: Stephen I.I .
"Telling Freddie that I had to release him yesterday was the IM-,,.' S S I S S .. ".In" IIS47lrRIrhmend I I S 5 S ('hriilseT.p. I 11115Its. I 1 I ITn..I.p I I I kaeiT X. ftcarneKwsk..) 1. Ri,.: .ff WTH* I U 4lINing

toughest job I've ever had to do since I've been in baseball," Ganzel ....... I S S I I I I I IT.1.1. IicrIrkus. : ;,;; : 'v: t4 > ..' ",.. m1i.$ :W h tr.r:& ril .,..,' I I I S I IFI Fs.isr.p rco.. I'I I 1 I I I 1IIlaar I II II !I. 1 .Inntnii.; Knerr Losing T la 1 altehcr limlnta.' : W,Xtarfconuch... nptrw I!

observed yesterday And he was probably right for be always -' I MrKlnler.. ..r..In*. Jam sad MeGowaa. Tins *fMM
7.ii; U'rotala II,iii1" ORLANDO HIGH'S STATE CHAMPIONSHIP day won the State team championship at I I I S I'7ot.l. ( : *3L Allandanre: 4.Ml.
bad a warm spot for the likable right-hander as did many Tinker a-filed Mt forM ia tnd.k I ----- '
-w.lk.J far M.;*r la Sik.e Dubsdread Country Club. Reading from left IS 4 t 41 221| TXals 4T 11 41II
TEAM Here the four members of the Orlando I !
Field faithfuls.That's : are a-si.i.d for TtbhMta I. 14th. |
-wilkJ. fur Bonny II Ilk.1ft to right Jimmy Brass Austin Wilson b-4uud Il.ndI.y 42.ue. In .,...
basebalL ,. III *M 111-8chius ,.. Chisox BlastYankees
School which e-filed out for Chrlawpber In ft .
__. in-111 ISO-I High golf team yester- Jerry Schultheis and Kenneth Kiehl. netralt __ 111 115 Ml Ml 17-4
Error: : BI.t Huns kstttd la: TbMuoa t.raoiMr _..
Pnlladelphl III II* Ml III -SEmm.
Buddy Lake's Sanford Celery. Feds, who come here tonight to face .. Hirtunf. BltllMr. Marshall Pirka 1.Ral. .- --- -- .rullanhln. Trout. Jonat. Ru... Sulks In:
Twe ku Sits: Bsflnrg. BltttMr. Caoptr. <1Orlando
the Senators in the Joe Tinker Night attraction was elated over pros- MrholKxi. Horn rum: 1'bea_ para 8talM Mullin 1. Trout 1. Fain -. Handley L T.s kaM
..... ... hit*: Rtnka. Takv. Rom. ran: Mullin. arriflr_:
: 11. 1t.I. : OifMr. Double
pects for his baseball club yesterday. Trlnkl. Cnpw. .... MiM. Left Ml ku.: play ItMT i Wins Hatcher Trims r Brownies Snap \'.1. !. Blnki.,. MiiatkL. Doubl plays' Treat and 8-2
Kell; Lab Kell. Tebbetts and Trout Lake. May
club and If get good .rk Chios BUM : 8.LM ; :
"I've got really sweet going now we M CUpnu" '
l.l'ir .. I.li. .. T= i. 8irlkeu i and Cullenbln*; Joint Bindley and Pals: Fsla.Joott ,
we're going to be hard to beat anytime" he remarked. and Sandi.,. Left Ie> 11_: IMtrolt I.Philadelphia .
pitching : La 1. Merer t. Borawy 1. Tuliall L Bits: State Golf .
Indicative cf the power Sanford now packs is the way they off OOpou lull inning: La* 1 la 1 1-1: j Red Sox Win I' t.15.Fowler Bat .m. Trout balls: 5 off. Benun Flora S.Strlkeouta a.rhrlatophr .. I NEW YORK [API The Chicago
Merer T ta 4: Bormry 4 la t: Erickioa I la 1:
: Flora* S. Cbrtitoplxr 4. Trout. Hit: White Sox the New York
roughed up DeLand Tuesday and Wednesday nights. They bowled Rartng I I. S 1 1: Taii.Ua I .ia t: Trinkl II spoiled
.la 1 :'t. Hit by pitcher. : by M.TM (.....). Jahn in UpsetZoe I off Flares 1 in S Inninsi: aft Clirtatopher S ta I: Yankees' first home night game
over the Red Hats. 10-7 Tuesday and wore out Bill Steinecke's power- pltehai: Hartmg. Trinkl Wlraiag Team TitleCarding 2-1 tIe' Fowler' 4 In t; off Trout IS In 11 1.1; *ffBentoa ;I
.... Wild. Streak 0 II t.L1..1.,. pi"' ''': Trout. LealBfpitcher. | of the season last night by. routIng -
house Wednesday night before going down 9-8 after holding an 83 Rsrtung. tiling. '1"' : ChlBBiia. {,_ Fowler rmplr: ...._1. Hurley. Pailarells 'I I Floyd Bevens in 16-hit attack
Raniln la an.sad srkurth. Tlaj : .. .... a -
and Tine: 114. Attendanre: l.Slf.
lead for seven innings. AtumUar: 1S.7ILCardinals an aggregate score of Hatcher of Sarasota fur- I BOSTON [A?] Bob Muncrief I: ofr an 8-2 victory before 44.-

And ,when Tommy Hyde and Goose Kettles square off as rival 327 Orlando High School yester- nished the upset of the Florida 'and his St. Louis Brownie team'II j'!, 325 paid customers.

moundsmen tonight the fans who forked over $1 admission to the day won the team championship High School tennis tournament at i I With Coach Chuck Dressen

Joe Tinker Fund will be sure of getting full value in return.. as the first Florida High School Rollins College yesterday when mates, aided by two Boston errors. !i Hogan Paces making his first appearance aftera

Rap Golf Tournament since 1942 got she defeated defending champion yesterday snapped a Red Sox winning :' 30-day suspension the Yanks

underway over the Dubsdread Laura Lou Jahn Pine Crest I streak at four games, beat- started out as thought they meant

Kiner's Two Country Club layout. School Ft. Lauderdale. 7$. 6-4. ing the American League champions to pile up a score. The White Sox
Reds Turn Back Composed of Jerry Schultheis. Miss Hatcher will clash with Fort F Worth t MeetFORT tallied first but the Yanks came

Braves 8-2 Jimmy Brass. Kenneth Kiehl and Molly Shannon. Graham-Eckes I 2-1. I I 1 I back with a pair.

Homers Pace Austin WIlson. the host Tigers School. Palm Beach, in the wom I The unearned run which provedto With Bob Kennedy's four hits.

won their team title by a comfort- en's finals at 2 pjn. this after- be the margin of victory was WORTH [API WeeBen that knocked in four runs leading
ST. LOUIS [CAP The St. able margin as a field of 47 entries I withstood the '
Phillies 11-3 noon. Miss Shannon, herself turn- scored by Bob I Hogan pres- the Sox' attack Chicago batted
Dillinger in the
Buc Victory Louis Cardinals defeated Boston competed in the qualifying round. ed in upset to gain the final third. sure yesterday to come roaming Bevens out of the box in the three-
singled to left.
8-2 last night behind the seven- Schultheis had a 78. Brass 81. round by trimming secondseeded in with a two-under-par 68 and run fifth after tying the score in
stole second and
kept to third
hit pitching of Harry Brecheento Kiehi 80 and Wilson 88. I leadership in the first round of the second.
CINCINNATI lAP] The Cincinnati PITTSBURGH lAP] Ralph Margaret McFayden Sarasota, when catcher Hal Wagner erredon .
knock the Braves out of a tie Lakeland Big Ten Conference the $15.000 Colonial National In- Dressen. was presented with a
National 6-4. 6-3. in the quarter finals. i L:.
Kiner. who led the his throw I
to second. After Paul .
Reds smashed out five
with Chicago for the National champions came in second with a Golf diamond of .
vitation tournament. ring by a delegation ,
She went on to the finals with
last a
League In home I
runs year Lehner
walked. Wit t
homers-two by outfielder Eddie with found the I League lead. score of 341. Next were St. Peters- victory over Jaqueline Shank Pine Jerry e Lawson Little pulled in with Brooklyn friends in pre-game ceremonies -
23. yester-
range grounded to short and the fleet
Lukon-to humble Philadelphia. day with two that dropped into The 11-bit attack b the Red- burg with 345. Ponce De Leon of Crest 6-0, 6-1. Dillinger crossed the plate Ed- :' second place, a stroke back of., brightened by the appearance -
Miami with
birds included two 367. Miami Senior 1 of the
four. doubles Hogan. Johnny Palmer and Tony "Dodger symphony"from
11-3 here yesterday. It was, theReds' "Greenberg Gardens" and aa a r of them by Enos [Country] High with 375. Ft. Pierce with 387 Seeded boys players Buddy I IBeheens idie I Pellagrini missed Witte's I Penna each had a 70. i ii Ebbets Field.

third win in a row.Lukon's result the Pittsburgh Pirates gave i Slaughter and home and Plant High of Tampa with defending champion grounder. j I A A
a run by CHICAGO ( ) I MEW YORK ( )
circuit drives accountedfor Brooklyn its third straight road shortstop Marty Marion Into the 450. a from Ft. Lauderdale Bernie The Sox tied It In the sixth on slebsa! aIrke.
four runs. Two mates were loss. 7 to 3. Steal Plant Ted Williams' double off the left i' Prep Swimming I Turkor.rf al 54 Br'a.lb-at 50551
I left center seats, his third of Schulthels defeated Lakeland' High of Tampa. AppUng .. 4 S I I 1,Henrtch.la S I 111 5Wrlsh.lf
aboard when he knocked the ball Previous to yesterday Kiner had the John Ross. Robert E. Lee of field score board and Rudy York'sright j I' 1 1 I ....I...If t I I I 1
over the right field screen in the hit only a single homer. In the year Bill Leigh-a barefooted Jacksonville and Gerald Monsalvatee. field base hit. The Brownies !I Tourney Opens : Jon*..Ik S' I II IIDiMsglceT 1 I I I I
Brecheen pitched shutout ball llnksman in I I 4 I SLImt.ll.rt 4 I I 4 1
a nine-hole play- K.n..dy.if
third. The sacks when fourth after Hank had
were empty Greenberg
for six innings for his third Pone de Leon of Miami their second run on successive !1 I kail*'ay,Ik I I I 1 IHk., s I I I S I5ikbanlb
he cleared the same barrier in the walked and Frank Gustine had for medalist honors. They all advanced seventh inning singles by API an- I 5 I 4 4 Bam.,. I I I 4 5
sixth. Other Cincinnati homers singled. Kiner lifted one of Vic I straight victory against one loss were tied with 78's at the end to the finals, Muncrief Dillinger and nual Florida State High School DI....,.* 4 I 1 8 I Ktlra *ai.Ik 8 0 I I Ir.p.
for the with only Ross being pressed. Lehner .....pBaraw.p I I N I 1'\aUI. S 0 I 1 I
season. of the 18-hole Swimming Meet here today
round and went opens
belted Bert Haas and Lombardl's the left .
were by Ray pitches over IT. LOUIS (A) ( SOITON (A) I I I. iISb4ol.ao" 1Btns IS
Mueller, both In the fourth. and field bull pen fence which had I baTON sbrb.sl ) 8T. L6UI8 (N) Into a nine-hole match playoff Behrens who drew a first- I sbrbs.! ebrhl.Dlligw.Ib and Saturday with 204 boys and IJ5Ou's'a.b .

Grady Hatton In the sixth. '' been shortened when the Pirates .,...111 4 I 1 S I Reb"*'<'it.Jb .5,5.5 I I I I IHoI. where Schultheis rammed homea round bye. breezed over Tom ..........ff I IIilIPuky.Sl I I 5 5 P.ilsgYi.u., 4 45152 I I 1 I \ girls entered from 18 schools. |( .p. I 15151tounp.rl.p I I I I

The PlUs plated two runs in the 'I' acquired Greenberg from Detroit. ...if 4 I I 1 I Moor.,,, *.. I I I I I 12-foot putt on the seventh Campbell, Pine Crest School. 6-1, 'I WIU..llt s S 1. I WIIII'.11 4 I I 2 IPiaphsns.ss Hillsborough of Tampa, lastyear's 1." Hopa>.e( 81811 ,101.111 I. I S IEullstt.1b green to take one-stroke lead 4 5 I I SYsrt.ib 4 5 1 I I boys' champion, will defend Ira.*.P I I I I ItrLi.es
eighth as Del Ennis hit a home He dropped another in the same 4111 S Hlaug-lor? 4 I I I I 6-0. while Segal set back K. D. Z.r1I1..rt I5I2llismryb" I, etalla!! 11111T.lsls

run with a mate aboard. place in the eighth with the bases M'rr..'k.lf 4 I S 8 I KnraorikLSbMill : S I I I I which he held. Reams, Vero Beach by default 'I' B..d'b 4 S I 4 1'f\a'.I.' 45551 4 5 I 5 I its title. Lake Worth High's mer- -- -- -
4ISSlCrtss.Sb 11515T.g..s.1b4IISl..ib.i.1f (' Ie.ss.lf 4 I S I lICulbe.. ...f I 5 I 2 I51w maids are seeking their third 41 Ilin III Totals 11 I 11711
PHILADELPHIA' (N) | CINCINNATI I empty and Ed Chandler pitching.BROOKLYN Miss Betty Ann Rhodes of St. and George King Ft. Lauderdale .
(N) 1881 .,. 5 5 I 5 W........ I 145 straight State title. a-.lnjlad for Gunpart In 'lh.
Urh.sI ( I (N) Fuad.n.uSIS4IMarIas' 1118 Petersburg, the only girl to enter 6-4. 6-2. Munertnf.p 4 I I 5 7 rln... 1 s s 1 1 gmundod Mt for Riniii la Ilk
!\._.... 4 0 I S I R..II" .." I I I S 1Walksrcf ak N.I rnTlaultc a 11.1..a I' I 1 1'Garaglols.lafliitt I I 181 automatically Ross had almost ".... I S S I I Among schools to be representedin e gnuoded out for tut .la lib.
4 I 5 I 'IT.I..ff I" s I Nzlull.jt Maaky.ik" I' I I ITosae! 42141 1 I I I .,ab_., I I I I 1 assured St. Petersburg more than he J._.. the divisions will be Fort ellle... -__ _- nl 111 MM
4 I I S Hstto..31 4 I I I I RubI',ca.lb I I I I I KuaMlLefWeatlakerf I I I .I I Barrstt.p I I I I i: t of the girls championshipand could handle before he outlasted ---- .I -- boys' New Yrk .- %01 Ml l lKrrora -
.'_....11. 4 I I I .'1Hs.1b I I usWyv..k.t lUlwr.cf 4 5 S I '. I I S I ._ I.p I I I I II Lauderdale, St. Petersburg Lake Esik..,. Ptrkey. fltlmwli Bun paltod .
S 4 .... 4 .:::;. medalist honors. She toured Tom Blakely. Miami Ponce de Tots;' 53 2 S IT SI Totals 11 I 727115w.ikeli :
I t tlM..U. I I I S I Waliar.rf 2 5 S 1 I Or .Ik 2 I 5 U I A A A v SI| la Kennedy .. UixI'U. Houk Appllng X.Wrlghu .
BD g for Fin la Ith. | WCirth. Andrew Jackson of Ja kI :
?...... .. 411II..k.r? $114s Her.....kl.lI. I I 1 N Jh..la.IIt 4 N I N 11)1111.! ... 4 I I I I ..., sonville. Fort Myers. Haines City. .... ....
.::411. .. SSSSIKIn.r.if 42215 Today. the prep golfers start court to eliminate Conrad Stew- 101 111 Ml-M I I 1 II. .,. Sacrifice: Boo. Double playi
Va"1t.. 411111A4.l Sills ,atiirua.IbRm..M I I S I sKiulu.' 4 S S 1 I ? .Ie U i II Ml Tatall tl 11 ST P.,,,: 11'.,...... Pan.irlnl. Run batted I la: Miami High, Orlando. Punta Appllng. ttkrhaels and Jonaa: Uadell and Hen
......lcII.. I' S S SEr.utt.p, A I I I SIIIMLP a a-III. out for Sala la ItS first round match play with 18 art, Orlando, 6-2, 6-1. 7. X.. Tart ..
S I I S I Hiiliukl.'b 4 I I I 4 tenner. York. Tw bass bits Willl.nu. w....... I I rich. Lets IN basis: Chlrai
Plant Ponce
) SS .1 Looibtrdl.BaBrarkley I SI b-olngled for Lanfroncool la Itk. holes slated Gorda. Tampa, B.._ 1. aft Paplak X. *ffI
ISIS I for sit
SSIi.hr.p .u.
the morning round DIMido. Slain bau: Dillln, r. gacnfleea: RUM *n
aGu... 1SSii' lNiiSIisaitu.p 15151Gg. 11oo1. _ ___ __ IM IM 111-1 Montsalvatge defeated Jack Zarilla. Cul....._. Fin*. Doubl nlay: Witt i ilunaialitad I i de Leon of Coral Gables Sarasota J I Baynai t. 8talkauta: by B* M J. by BtmcaI
.IIIcIl.' 1..1 .. . .1 i ihNsid. St. Louis _. __ IM 111 4 i-8 starting at 8:30: ajn. and the Staton Jr., Orlando. 6-0 6-3 after ( >. Left *. baaet: Bu Louis Boatoa and West Palm Beach. I|I 4. by Gumpert J. by Pase 4. Bits: off PapUkI1 .
-- ----- .. 1..1l.h."I. Error: PenuBdes. Runs batted la: Slaughter.Marloa second round due to get under- T. Baies M kalUoff Muarrler 2. nl'r la 1.1 Inning; off Hayaaa i la S I-I; off B*>*n*
Totals 84 1II 51 II! Totals M 11 lIlT St ..... I S I II 1....Xort....,. MeCorartck. Kurovitl. GaraIloli. way at 2 drawing; a first round bye. I off Jotiiuon L IItr..._..: ky Vluneriaf 4. by *Fin t. j Other girl swim teams will come t IB 4 i1.fl 0....... 4 I. I !-s.e? Pas 8lo
afiled ant for Hughes I. .bHn.dl..t' Bo Tea p.m.Semifinals
eUloarrldd S 2 S *| _, p. ku Quarter-final matches today I. br Jannaan 1. Bite off rIDe I In T lnnli.ii; from Fort Lauderdale. Fort Myers. S. Bit or pitcher: *y Ramo . Wlanlng -
111 Ml I!* SCinelnaatt _____ hits: Beep Rlsuihter 1. } HekosadlaaH.
are scheduled for Botem.
IM 4IS Mrs=11Krrara I ,. Three .... kit: MeCarailrk. BOB ma: Marloa.Double will bring together Behrens and' off Johnaoa I In 1. Wild pluh: PIsI. Latinsplteher. Haines City. Punta Gorda. Sarasota pltrher:. HaToet... Lnaing prteher.... : .
To4.l. IS 1 ( I' I'| i.I. II I I IT 11 tomorrow morning with finals tomorrow ; Fin*. 1 niplrea: Ku. Paparell cad 5,.- "'.pl..: B...,. Y.ar and Hub6. Tim: 1 M.Atteadanr
Baas 4.: 1.Biowhells..koB 4. BatlaB B.IIt.M S. Wu.llr.kitted Eimla la S.: a k-srwaxM aaf. an BaaiMkfi.ui foe Le error.brdl la 7th.In Slh. r.........play and: .Norther TM._.*Bd Left Schoeadlonat*a ....:; Boa.Byaa... afternoon. Fred Tybout. Plant; Ross and Allan .era. Tl.,: S:IL Attndanr: 11.14 and West Palm Beach. .: ".125 paid.TAVLOJRs1 .

Tadgett. T*. .bus kilt: T arb... Rattan Jd III.,. e...walked fur Chaadler" 1. Itk.Braoklra I. KU Ixwli I. R...* .. kalli: *ala I. Barrettt. Dee St. Petersburg; Segal and
Maadlry. BaBBholla. Throe keao .hit: Mill.,. HoaMrum __ ______ **. M* HI S Ulrikoouti: Bala t. Brothon X. Bits: on Bala ChamaianshlB" Pairing* John
: Look_ 1. H.... '1..11.... Hit.... Eaala.rtolea nttibuesk ... I I. I Inainsa: aff Barrett I I. I *-I; off 1...- 1:30: a m.: Schulthels. Orlando TS. W. Hooker Graham-Eckes. and
kaaeaItauBilwlia.. Nail... H.... Doubl Errors.: Bahr- -BulniU---auns billed frane.nl I la 1-1; *ff Wright I I. 1. Hit kypitcher Variasson. Lakeland. 8:35; Center. Ft. Monsalvatge and Ralph Disher I
rl.n, Ad.... Miller I. Raaa; Miller t. flu .. 01 1. ...._ I. EuuelL Tw "Ib-'i : B........ Ifloppi. Lealitg plurrMr: Vila. Were. TS. Thomas Ocala; 140: : Kenna. St. Petersburg all !
at 9:30
Pone. d. .. : a.m.
Left o* '- rhlladelphl .. CtarlBBatl 8. Huuell. Blank e. Throe ...* kit: I........: rinelll. Brallrk and Gore. Tine; S.ILAneadaBra : Leon Oaln St. Petersburg; .
flu *a ball: rVrtdldt t. Hashea U Jurtalrk 1. ran*: K''.... S. CaL Haeriflee. : ......11. Doubleplan : If.lSS.Kirchmeyer. '45: Br.... Orlando TS. Roundtree. Laka ,, BOYS SINGLES
):....s I. mrlkaautitvke" ldl I. Jurlalrk I. Hits: \ City: 850: Lelth. Lakeland. TS Walker Pint round: Stewart. Orlando defeated
: Ba.ln.kl. CM .
aft rVhaildt I ,la I S-S iBBlnn. HINt,.. I la 1-1: mmt .......,.. and Left Craankeri_ buss:I B;_Taushaa.Hlanke S. Ft. Pierce; 8:55: Bartleson Ft Myers. TS Edwin Coleman. Winter Harem 1-1. 6-2:
Jnrlilek I In S. Ijialng lUther: UckaildL TiaM 1 : PltUbntik 4. Baeaa .. kalla: II.. '. Leabar41 Faces Bed r. St. Petersburg; 9.00-: Kiehl. Orlando. I i' Richard Holroyd. Delrsy Beach defeated =
I.1JAUeadaor_ *: 1.114. 1. Ore.. J. CkajMller t. BulkaonU: Itfaibardi TS. Berman Miami and 8'05: Darts, fit. Harding Williams, geabreeie. 61. 6-2;
itasc L flit: aft '-....'"* 4 .la 4 I...... Petersburg.. ... Clary. Winter Hsrrn. King. Ft. Lauderdali. defeated Paul Smith.

1947 Association Grass Konhaat. 1 1 I.la t:1-1.Ckandlae. Hit *,I alleher I. t: Bahc: Bahr I (In Walker I .1.1 Harbin in MatFeature 1:11:*nd .Flight.m.: Wilson. Orlando. ... Lawson. I Winter.. Haven.defeated 6-0.Vlrgilllo 6-0.: Hooker Martlnei.QrabamBckes. Bcabreeie. -- I "KNOWN fROM COAST TO COAST"7isuiu
Miami; e.20: Bunter 6-0. 6-4.
Wild altek: Bahr. P...... ball: Kluita. VMimlnsBlither. Orlando TI Phillips.
Ash Lealni pltther. : iMnb.rdL I'm- Ponca d* Leon: 9 25: Hlnson. Lakeland. ... Second round Tybout. Plant, defeated _
QUARTER HORSE Vine: I..... Ban and Bofteaa. TI.: S:'" Attendant TonightRollend Bryan 8t. Petersburg 9:30: O. Variasson. Robert Sierra. Tampa Jesuit. 63. 0.., 6-1.
*: 15.544.Auburn. Lakeland TS. Grime. Ponce de Leon; 9:35: Ross defeated De*. St. Petersburg 6-2.
Kirchmeyer. popular Daniel Winter RaTen. ... Ranton. Ft. 6-3: Booker defeated Broaddus Livingston.
SPEED TRIALS ),IJer.. 9:40. Estey. Orlando ... Busby. Orlando Tampa Jesuit. 6-2. 6-0. and Disher, St.'
Alumni Hold Jacksonville Beach heavyweight ; 9:45: Dearlnc. Orlando. ... Camp- I Petersburg, defeated Bob Currier. Fine
i will take on Hardrock Harbin balL Pone d. Leon and 950: Brown. Crut. 6-0. 6-0
Florida Livestock Leon. ... Jaffa. Miami. HOYS'
Exposition I Meeting TomorrowAuburn rough and tumble wrestler in the DOUBLES
Flight I Pint round: Bebrens and King. pt.
Grounds 9 55 a m.: Harrtnston. Warn ... Lauderdale.
three-falT main event on the Nlchl defeated Kalesgreois and
alumni in this
area 01&l Pt. Pierce. ; Howell. Plant; Tucker. Ft. Wishall. winter Haven 6-0. 6-0: Merrtman, SPECIA11
MAY will rather for a Dutch-dinner weekly wrestling card at the Legion Pierce: lei., .. Plant: Chapln. Ocala; Mo: and Obernaur. Ponce de Leon defeated
1718West meeting at 7:30 tomorrowat Arena at 8:30: p.m. today. Oresor. Plant: Reald. Plant and Crass. Currier and Campbell Pin Crest. 6-8. 6-2.
p.m. Ocala.: all drew byes In that round. a..; Segal and Tybout defeated Talbert
They meet in a one-hour time
Orange V. F. W. Sponsors the Fort Gatlin HoteL I Yntay's Sc_ and liets. Vero Beach default; Smith and
Pres. W. T. Ewing of tbe Or- limit match. Sehulthels. Orlando. 78: Leigh Lakeland. : fcMunay., St. Petersburg, defeated Pharr
The semi-final attraction Is 78: Kiehl. Orlando. 80: Bartleson. Ft. My i and Morris. Orlando 6-1. 6-1; DIther and
Admission per person A A lando Auburn Alumni Club said a era 81; Davis 81. Petersburg 81; Center Dee. st. Petersburg, defeated Sierra and
Federal Tax Included: yliWW one-fall. 45-minute tussle between Ft. PIer,'. 81; Brass Orlando 81: W. Ver- Livingston.
several matters of special Interest ... I Jesuit 6-0. 6-1; Staten and
to I' Lou Laird and Superman. .on. Lakeland 82; ,Walker. Ft. Pierce, Stewart Orlando defeated Martinet and I Windward BRUGAL I II
alumni would be discussed 83: OaTiaa. 8t.
Tickets on sale at Rutlandi Bill Richards and Al Petenburt. 84. Berman Williams. Seabreeze. 6-0. 6-1. Monsalvatie
at the meeting. Massey Miami. 85; Bader St. Petersburg. 86; and Blakely. Ponce de Leon. defeated Coleman -
meet In the 30-minute opener Thomas; Ocala.: 86; Roundtree. Lake City and Smith. Winter Haven 6-1. 6-0:
86: Wilson. Orlando. 88. 1ary. Winter Ha- and Rothburn and Ryan. Plant defeated _
Ten. 88 Danlela Winter Haren. 89. Hln Barrett
and Reams Vero Beach default.
JACKSON'S SPORT SHOP ......111II. 7 COLLEGE, Jackaanvlllo BASEBALL flAK S. non Eate,.Lakeland Orlando 90 91: Dearlng.a Orlando. 90; Quarter finals- Smith and UcCurray. I
Iowa .. Lvtrter C.Il.. .. .. land. 91; Runter. Orlando.: Vergasson.91. Brown.Lake-Leon !ft.! Petersburg, defeated Segal and Tybout.

28 L Church St."Stollewoll'" JacLtoa., Ow.., Fkoa 7044DISCOUNT W.Oaytwi.... ,T.,D Xa.trit Ur 1.1. ton(Tallahassee Ft Myers.112; 94-Lawson.Campbell Miami.Pone.93; Han-d. I Quarter GIRLS' DOUBLES I
Maryland S, O**>TM Whinftn' ,. Leoa (),Miami 94; Bryan. St. Petersburg. floats Miller and )Morrison I DON-Q I I LEO I

20 On% DISCOUNT lIpOA :L p 10% ":.,n.n lumkia_. I.11.Fardham Prmeat a.C .I. Leon.94. Bu.b 95:,Jaffee.. Orlando.Miami: 95:Senior.Phillips.98 Ponc.: Grime.de Graham Saraseta.Ickes.defeated.6-4. 16.Leach 7-5. and Parto .

All Wilson .... I
For Bicycles. Rods On All Standard Mly c: 11. Amhant X Ponce de Leon. 98.; Harrington Miami Sen
Sporting Goods and Reels BlcJelesAUTOVISOR Set_ Nail 4. BMtan CJI: .*.. t.T ior. 99. Chapin. Ocala. 101, Tucker. Ft. Colgate .COLLEGE TENNIS.
.,,_ 5 KocrwsUr 0.Cincinnati
Patytachnia: 11. U. af T**>- Pierce. 103. Hrald. Plant. 109 Howell -
n 1. Plant. 110 i 9. Miami (Ohio) I.
McGregor. 115 Hue .
D..... IS. Nortli Caralina 7. lie Gras... : Plant. I Northwatrn a. Mithigan 4.
M."'............" 3. II........ I.Millodal Pierce. 120.Tars. Ocala. 116. and Wlcholi. Ft. n

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Orlando Honors Joe Tinker Tonight ; Senators Lose' JLB.C. LIQUORS


I Daytona Defeats Perez, 10 Record CrowdI 1, Sanford Plants Tigert Seen FRIDAY.(Drlanbn MAY fHarnteg 16.1947 fcrnttarl PAGE 11 I! UQUORSiw it

Next SECAthletic ;

I DeLand Red Hats, 6-5 Expected To Fete ,;r- v. Two WallopingsOn Head U.S. British .onatat AH CAIUUCOADYItTISID

to Orlando Morning Sentinell] BIRMINGHAM. Ala. TJPJ The ,

DAYTONA BEACH-De:Land's vaunted rookie left- Famed Cub StarOne Bevilmen recent resignation of Dr. John J'I Renew Walker

bander Jeron Perez, tasted c lefeat here last night when a Tigert as president of the University -I

resurgent Daytona Beach nil,e scored in the ninth to edge of Florida was regarded I

the Red Hats 6 to 5. of the largest baseball Special[ to Orlando Morning Sentinel!] here last night as the tip-off that :

Perez relieved, Phil Roth, in the eighth with the Hats crowds Tinker of Field the season tonight is when expectedat the SANFORD-The Sanford Celery 1 J Dr. Tigert "would succeed the ailing j'' Cup Play TodayST.

With two out Orlando's Feds turned on the steam and relieved J Mike Connor as athletic commis- ,
leading by a run. Sanford Celery Feds and t :

ex-Red Hat Hal Stifles doubledto I Senators continue an old rivalryas the Orlando Senators of two I J sioner of the Southeastern Con- ANDREWS. Scotland [API]

score Joe Zander with the tying Pirates Turn the feature of Joe Tinker Night contests here last night and as a :ference. ; Natives of this golfing capital laid

run. Stubby Stabelfeld. who received -I when Central Florida baseball fans result of the 6 to 5 and 13 to 3 I Directors of the SEC meet inI I Thurs. Fri. Sat
credit for the win. got honor the State's living baseball I their sentiments behind BrItaln'sWalker ]
only victories the Celery Feds are restI I executive session here today dur- :
through the top of the ninth un- Back GMenIn Hall of Fame player. ing in undisputed possession, of lag! the annual conference track I Cup Defenders last night

scratched. The famous old Cub shortstop fifth place in the Florida State ;and field meet., and it is expected I but feared the \II.orst-that the "Hot Weather Favorite"

Don Nepote led off the last of 6-3 Tussle I will briefly thank the fans for their I I. ... ; League. The dual defeat droppedthe I that Dr. Tigert will be named to'' Great Silver Trophy will be lIfted

the ninth for the I's by doubling I. I Senators Into third place be- j succeed Connor, the former Mississippi I BARDINETSLOE
-- Barber TributeOne out of its vault at the Royal and
down the right field foul line then I" Pays : hind St. Augustine. i I governor who has been In''
Sentinel] I1T.
with two out. Bill McGrath came [Special to Orlando Morning of Florida more renowned i The opening contest. a scheduled ;the post for seven years but in Ancient Club by the invading

through with a game winning LEESBURG-Playing errorless "b\z\ names" today took JOETINKER seven inning fray went.. into' ,very poor health now. 1 squad of Americans.The GINZa9S

single-a blooper to right to score ball behind rookie Ben Oliver the part In paying tribute to Joe I extra innings when Sanford tied J! International Matches

Nepote.It Leesburg Pirates chalked up a six Tinker last night as "Red" Barber .: --.a honor well-earned.:. I the count in the seventh canto at''I Victors Senators first since 1938. open today over

was a see-saw battle throughout. GainesI I who grew up In Sanford. five-all. The Feds copped the I the "old course" with four 45Qt.

The Red Hats tallied their to three victory over the and went on to become: one of ,opening tilt when Al Bryant' Scotch foursomes in which the

final two runs on a tremendous ville G-Men here last night. Oliver the nation's top radio sports announcers I singled Don Ricketson home in the I Score TriumphsThe two players on each team take .

hofne run off the bat of Gene 'gave up but two passes and nine paid special tribute to ilM R't i eighth. Bryant's blow struck Jim tufts whacking at a single ball.

Ciolclc. It was the second win for hits while fanning five. the old Cub ace performer over Payne on the left knee and severely Victors who have won four Eight singles matches on Satur- 5 YEARS OLD S.rn4 .

the last place Daytonlans In 10 his nation-wide CBS radio bruised the big righthander'sleg. !games in five starts. defeated theBro'A'Il day will conclude: the event. All I: GOLDEHWEDDING

starts. Pirate first baseman Jim Hech- hookup last night. Barber was I' !. 14-5. behind Tomaszewski's matches will be over 36 holes.

DELANO I DAYTONA ler found his hitting eye and came broadcasting his featured sports t FLORIDA STATE: LEAGUE Joe Justice blasted a four ply i iI eight-hit pitching in one of
abrhMI ak rhp. at 6:30 out of New Team W.. PctlTeam W L Pet. 1 the two in the The huge cup for which the two
program played Boys'
..... II'Gr.IIo.a for three while p.m. games
4 I N t I 1 IH.sd through with two DeLcnd 20 10 .7Stnford, 18 IS .516 poke with Rex Throop restingon
'i..fI01I fXanderlk 111 IiWsdd.fl.lf Salter chalked up three for five including York. I ilL Aufe 17 12 .98lLeeiburc( 15 is .500 I the initial sack in the sixth I Club Midget Baseball League. I teams are contesting was donatedin M WHISKEY
4 BoeriMr.ir IISI I SAiisiN
4 I 1 1921 by
Orlend 17 11 .SCTIPilatkl 13 II .419 Bob Ettman. 13-year-old George H. Walker of
: ; 1 S 1 IWhlleatk lirilliskt.rf; : S 1 1 S : 1)4F.r.s.1b SCbol.L the. Pirates' only double.Leeaburf gesture In short pre-game cere- 1 Oalnf. IT 14 .548,0.: :, Beach 6 25 .200 inning of the opening tilt. Justice moundsman. turned in a three- the United States. American teams &ZE

41111.veIS.I 41153 .IAIUI LttIUSSabrbS monies, and that will be all thespeechmaking Retulti YeiterdayI paced the Senator attack on 'I won It nine straight times before 4-5
I hit and whiffed 10'
V.5..,, *.-' : 35551 .......... ...,.... 1 1 1 '4" 2IlsebLib i on the program. I I ffanlord 8-13. Orlando S-3 first game Sinnings the two Sanford hurlers in the performance the British crashed $3.60 Qt.
"'.t-&e 4 1 III .,"........... 4 5 IIParkM. S S 2 I 5 'ald. ). In to pitch the Senators to a 17-5 decision finally through:
4 1 1 2 ISt&'hIas4 I 2 I 4 1r..jaas bearingdown .. opening tilt with four bits j
With the Senators St. Augustine Falatka 1. in 1938
5555S1141S.P 15551 by seven victories to four.
I S I 3 "....... 4 S I 3 4 over the Yankees in the
..eA'th.p.. 155111aT.Irauh' 15555 Hostel 4S121J.bn..a.i, $115 in an effort to overtakethe Leetburt 6. Galneivile 3. five appearances and also blasted other with one tie. Of a total of 120 Individual ; 5 Yrs. Old
S S Daytona Beach 6, DeLand 8. game.
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.. I' SrIab.II.Id.P! EsIos.1b: 4. S f 1CaspN.II.1b, I S S 1 2TIISrDIf league-leading DeLand Red three for five in the night I matches played to date
1 4511515.Iis.if $5315ImitLe Toda,,'* Garnet Both the Midget and Junior L.Zi 86 Proof
I. TaUlS IS S ;*; Ii l Twal* M.11 IT 1 I' I 3 R..I0'.1II: I. I S I Hats the game tonight stacks up Sanford! ., ORLANDO. cap.: Leagues play tomorrow, with the I I Americans have won 83, the British
aira-lTem for Marte* la uN.t4 11.-.11 4 5 5 I 1Wuht0S.I, I. I 1 STsItsp as a natural. Palatka at 8t. Aucuitlne.Leeaburc Sanford added insult to injuryby 27 and 10 have resulted in ties.
sAss tnalj iss wu Sesr,4.sSf. Victors meeting the Yankees at 9a.m.
I S I 5 1 Oil..... 3 5 S 5 IsU.pflsit t Oalnenrtlle.Dartooa P. M.
3 drubbing on DELUXE
of 13 to
kfStaLurt lnal...; Tommy Hyde. southpaw ace Beach DeL.nd.NATIONAL pasting the Th ptlrlnti for the foursome follow
at :
I and the Browns facing the
__ __.__.__ !J JTac. '
HI IM *!
? the Orlando mound corps will hurl the visitors in the regularly scheduled Ted Bishop and Skee Rlecei, U. 8.. TS
PlTUU _-__ ___ __ It* '!" til-4 ... ii I iiUl Tush!. U S 32 27 5 LEAGUE: 'Senators at 10:30: a.m. in the Midget I Joe Carr and Cecil Ewlnc.; BrlUin. WHISKEY/
1:,..,: K.DM* S. ..... 1. BUM k.ti'd la: s-b.u.d 'aw ral. .I. PIN.nest. for the Senators and he will be I Team W.. Pet.Tem| W L "xt.Chlcato tilt. I League while the Turtles play Bud Ward and Smiley Quick.: U. 8. YS S3.75iiIr
...1_. *. WvM.ll. rtllp.hl. BUOH. ("101.. S.Ntpoc his sixth win.Mil' 14 acquired Fed I Leonard Cane,
seeking .609IBrooklyn 1211 .522 Bob Lee. newly and Perry Lucas Britain
*. ............ IIhll... MrGreta. Two kue 0.1.111.by $ Ins_ ; ... 52 t 55-3 Lake of the Feds Is I Boston 14 1'0 :.S83Clncinnatl:| 12 14 :.462 Big four ply blow I the Red Hats at 9 a.m. and the Fred Kammer and Wllll Turnesa. U. 8.. 4-5 QT.I .
kits: MtG."... V..tMIlM.. >.*. L Tkn* ku ._ ____ Ill 111 III-.4Kmra Buddy Plttfb'rth 10 B .526 Phtla-phla 11 13 .498 third sacker poled a ,Gators meet the Cubs at 10:30: Tl Alex Kyle and James WlUon. Britain
kit: BulMtk. RMM ...: Clolik. atdrn basis: : o.r.... Beet .. r.I... kme ....104 I.: expected to counter with big Goose New York 11 10 .524,St. Louis 7 IS JUS in the eighth frame of the last tilt I Frank Stranaban and Dick Chapman
....II... lisa i. rillMl. Kwririr. : 2Iist.NI. I>.- H.... 0..... J....... Bld*..,.. Good. Hernler.Palter. Kettles, colorful right-handed I R..ulh Yesterday with Mgr. Buddy Lake on the am. in Junior League games. U. S., vs. Ronnie White and Charlie
play l : ShllM M Zdr. Vx\ M k m> De- Two ..... kits: r....... $.ttb. Malta. p.ia|. PUtiburth 7. Brooklyn 3. Stow. Brlt.11t.Orlando.
Bu kilto: rf VarkiH knuckle ball pitcher and one of ,
II. *
DirKu *
t''I t.- i e 5 lain: "''''''1... lokaaaaL KacrtflMa: Oll Cincinnati 11. Philadelphia 3. basepaths.The .
: kr EMk. 1's.*. I Paris. llortu 4. MortM' "' .. l.b.lftM L fttrarkut S. Caapbell. G o4. Left ea ksan: Calnearllle I.l the league's top money pitchers. New York 8. Chleato :3. clubs will meet again at Gruttadara, Franklin

Mtu: tit rsrkui la 1-1 Inilof S kits. 1 rum: off eaburi It. Bate eej kails: eff Foils f. '.Hit OUtetS. Entire gate receipts of tonight's St. Louis 8, Boston 2 (night Tinker Field at Orlando at 8 p.m. All-Stars II I-
Oilier kfpltrner
Rtnark e55: kr Fulls S. Game
..i.b.u.l4 la 1 *sIfli. a* kIt*. M nun; tit EoU into the Tinker Testimonial Today' Meet in ExhibitionTony
k Otlur (Oomul. Twt bail: Umlik. game go
Probable pitchers: (won and lost recorda today.
I. I 1-J II.... I kits I IUM: all Pmt I*
I ...1.... I kill. S ....; tit MortM' U I lMln... I .$..: Hulls sod WlaalML TleM el lieu: Fund which hovered In parenthesis): mm 6AMO Gruttadara and John Meet Winter Haven I
I kill. I ""W. WlnnlDi pltrkw: al.......... ..... I:'". yesterday right at the $700 New York at Chlctto-Ken.e bpse Franklin will meet in four-
Wr (2'2t.Philadelphia ak r a
lug pltrker; r..... Inplnt: ; Clawck ud DulL e r Spiel
Thai .t SUM: $12.Fights mark exclusive of pre-game at Cincinnati-Row* (5-0) l.rhrand. 1 I 1 I I RrysnI.is 4 1 1 S ITh.rr round exhibition boxing match at Squad TomorrowThe
T*. Walter (2-01. I S I I l'MMniui.' I I I I I
ticket sales. Majority of the
Boston at St. Louis (nlchtl Johnson jMtl...3k I S 4 1 liBride Still 7:30 p.m. today at the Veterans Pete Hagen .$2.954-5 Qt.
Last Night State Athletic funds on hand now came from I-OI *s. Muncer (1-11. """.11' 4 1 Sit 'I..ka.l'' ) 4 1 S I Trailer Park. Both fighters will, Orlando All-Stars embrac-
: baseball officials and fans .outside t BrookljrS at Pittsburgh (nlght)-Branca :Minlnilk) I 5 5 I'l' _.'" 4 1 1 I Sr.srrliMi I ing the city's top Softball stars, 3-Star Brandy .$3.694.5 Qt.
weigh in around 135 and both
BROOKLYN (AP) Buster Trier. 14S.Ulsral. (3-3) TS. HUbe (2-1). .If S I 1 1 I Klrk-tMfl I 1 I S I I
Fl* vein a 10-reund spill decision of Orlando. I Rrutel.rf I" I 1 ',llTr s..lk I I I t 1 have made several appearances In will meet Winter Haven's undefeated -
1 Corn
ever Sal Richie. 147H. Brewklyn. In the Mrs. Page Bussells. who has AMgRucaNTeams LEAGUE Mnltlrr.c I" S I II Zs.e I 1 III 1 local before. softball team here at Exposition Whiskey .$2.494.5 Qt.
feature erect on the boxing card at PonamllLoII. W L Pct.lTeam W L r>ct.Detroit 5SSIIGaresit.p 1 I 1 1 II.Um.10. rings I
( Board SoughtTALLAHASSEE headed a pre-game ticket sales I 13 7 .682 ChIcago 12 12 .8001 1 I I I I Gruttadara has 26 bouts at the Park at 8 pjn. tomorrow 20% Wines __ .79c 4.5 Of.
committee. has reported that over Boston 14 10 .583Pislirphia 10 13 433CleTdand \Hiram 55551 Legion Arena to his credit and
FALL 1UVIR. Il-U-UP;: ) 'Illki Hither. 'I .. 11.421 I (IbEdwerdi 1 I I I I night.The
I 10 S 6Wathlnotan 8
304. of Batten knocked cut Pred Ra_,. 300 tickets had been sold by yes HIS York 10 11 .476,31., Louis 8 15 J48 ___ I Inun Franklin has appeared on several I Orlando club, sponsored Str. Whiskey ..$3.11 1 4.5 Qt.
In the fifth .ad noon. \ .. is.,;; by Fletcher Motors has
118. ef Cambrian. r [AP] The Flor- terday Meault Yesterday 911121121 T UU cards there while both have also ; won I
vita a terrific rUht U the 'um..". GarrEt In ltd.k two of their Rock Rye Whis. 2.49 4.5 Qt.
Dr. R. M. (Doc 1 Huntley. Orlando's Pt. Louis 2. Boston 1. a-filed out for fought in Tampa. Franklin has I previous three
ida Legislature was asked yesterday kitted far Green In SIN.soil.
Detroit Philadelphia 2 (14 InnIngs)
PORTLAND. Me. AP) The veteran Coin most rabid baseball fan. last out when. winning nil sewed.Rrare also appeared in Golden games all of which were withSargent's
I to create a State Athletic Chteaco e. New York 3 (nIght numerous I Imp. Cordials...$2.49 4-5 Qt.
Welch. 16SVfc. Portland won an nanlmoiu I night staged a ticket sale during kf Innlnit: Seat Cover Co. nine
decision Seer Juan Berrano .... Cuba In Commission which would regulate I Cleveland V. Washlntton 1 (nlibt Orlsndn .. -. :reI tlft1 -- Glove matches in Tennessee.
10 slow rounds at the Exposition: Buildlai. professional boxing and wrestlingin '! the doubleheader played between Today' Game ganford WW 111 11-_ I No admission will be chargedfor 1 of Jacksonville.Ollie I Merito Ruby $1.984.5 Qt.
I Sanford's Probable pitchers: (won and lost records ..... Bull) S.
Sanford and Orlando at Error: Th. .. Manning S. Bride. the match which will be held Barker the city's ace hurl-
PHILADELPHIA: (AP) Bin (Chicken) the State. -' In parenthesis): Run kttted In: IIlrll"_. Lee. OirrlMW I. Jui- Jack I 0. M. Boston Win.
Thompson 177. knocked out Newton Smith. Under the bill. a three-man.Municipal Park. St. Louis at Boston-Kramer (].1) TS.Dorlsh lire t. BnnnL ,... bate kit,' Za.... BefIL Ruse near the PX at the Trailer Park on cr. or Williams will hurl ,25c Each
253.4. In 303: : of the sixth round of their I (3-11. nm: Ju.ttrc. Ktolra. .basis: Lake. BrUt Hacrt- East South St. against the Polk County nine.A I
ichedulid etiht-round aU-Philsdelphle f..- commission serving without pay Detroit .\ Philadelphia (nUhtX Trucki lets. Oarmt. Braslel. MrManue.: Hllternae Ho i 100 PROOF
lure bout at the Met. would be appointed by the Gov- St. Augustine Tops (3-1) TS 8TSe (12-1). kle play Peel! l.m..lated). I.." eai ......: Orlando STRAIGHTWHISKEY
Cleveland at Washington (nliht)-Black II. Hartford I. BaM M .balls: ... Payne 4. I ,
ernor. The commissIon. in turn. (2-2. lierreu 2. GemS I. Ktrwk IMI it: by Firne 2. Class 'A' Softball Good Place To Fish
would name its own chairman anda 'PalatkaA's,8-l Only tamn scheduled: ). Garrett T. Greei S. fllti: err Cree I I. S is.flings OAKLAND I V Pt
JACK LORD secretary who would be paid M.- I I rum; ef (.....n I la I Innlnti.. I Games PostponedRegular 98c
Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel! ] SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE nine. Fain belli: )ln tler S. Winning piirher:
800 yearly. Team w L PctlTaam W L Pet. ,,"'"'- mplrei; But and Bellwk.. Tlaie .( Friday night play In FISHING DOCK"On
PALATKA-The Saints climbedon Columbus 20 11 .Charleston' 15 17 .4S
p The commission would be I .....: 113.:
IS 17 .469 the City Class 'A Softball Lake Apopka"
three Azalea hurlers here last Jackson' 17 -587lMaron SECOND CAME)
riven "sole control over all boxIng Ssvsnnsh 18 15 .518,GreenTill. 14 17 .452 ORLANDO I ANFOROakrkeee League ha been postponed because BoataBaitMotorslohn
F.Robinson sparring and wrestling night for an 8-1 win on 18 hits. Augusts IS IS .SCO.Colmbia 12 19 J87 ekrkpeaLrkraml
4 exhibitions and five walks and four mechanical Ptecult YMUrday ... I 1 1 1 Bnruit.is I. I 1' of the special ceremonies: Cnmlinf. Mgr Oakland. Fla. ,
boats matches, Greenville 7. Columbus 3. Tkrooprf I. S S IIMSlusas.2b! 4 S S I I at Tinker Field in honor of Joe
performances' this would Include and about 10 mental errors. JacksonTllle 1. Columbia 0. Juatlre. .Jk I 1 I I I BrioV.rf 4 I S t I I
boxing and wrestling Bill Loveys started for the Azaleas Savannah 6. Charleston 2.Macon Berll.lk. iS15SI.u.usa..rf S I I I I Tinker. It was announced by city 90i
.. Man-lni.lk. 4 I 1 S 1 Rlrket-.' 1 I o I I recreation officials last night.
started for 8. Autusta PROOF
and Jack Lorenz ...... 4 S 1 1 5 i
rules. OarrlKnUr 4 I I S I If I Be sure to visit
the Saints and pitched shutout 4111 I l..e.Sfc I 1 S 1 I
| Slugfeston The bill provides that all box- FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Brsslel.it
....... tilt ..ll...'...lk S I 1 IS IJniM '
seconds organiza- ball until the sixth when each club Team W L Pet Team W L Pet. 41141sMrCulftk Moses Pharmacy OAB I! LONDONDRY
ers, I Havana 21. ..818W4:, .ch 18 19 .457 .p ISSSla55.5: ,
WLOF Tonight tions holding bouts and anyone scored a run. but the Azaleas I Tampa 24 12 .667Ft. Laud'e 13 23 .361 Trsgli.p S S S S 2Hisa5.P I. 5 1 S I ORANGEFISHING I
else connected with the sports weakened In the seventh after get M. Beach 111 16 .543 Lakeland 12 24 JS1 : 1 I I I l 11| Win in 'B' Loop Play
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Miami 17 15 .53131. Peter'f 11 24 .314 -----1
must have licenses. It also says no ting the first man out and the I Total H S II 24 1!! Totals IS IS 12 it 1* Moses Pharmacy made it nine I
Saints scored three runs before the Result Yesterday grounded sit for Trails la UK.Oriandn LODGELOCATED
bout or match may be conducted Tampa 8. Miami 3. IM MM Ml- SKaoford in a row by turning back New-
without a license and permit from third out. I Miami Beach .. Petersburg 4. ___ lie It4 1:! -13Errors man's Insurance. 9-7. in a Grand I
Walt Wenclewiz. who relieved Havana 8. Port Lauderdale 5. "1._ B 09\I..A_ .. MrMamia. softball I
: Class B
the commission. All contestants venue League ON LAKE
West Palm Beach 12. Lakeland 7. tlsnnig.yast.. Rnna ........ !.: Juatlre. 1-1 4-5 QI.I
have to Loveys In the seventh. protesteda .. last night. The Orlando Air
would pass physIcal' examinations. I Ijk.. LoS 4. Bryant S. Tw. ka bils2: game APOFKA BETWEEN
decision too strongly and was INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Th....... Tn... ...>. kits: 1.'......... MrMsmil. Bone I IIN. Base walloped Williams Sundries.
from the by Umpire Results Yesterday .: J.... Pt.).. bias .lrM....... B.I".. ..-,- COEE AND APOPKA I
ejected game Montreal 4. Toronto 0. fire: 81...... Loft en kaanHanfnrd: I. OrU'VtoII. L5-4. In the other game played. Beer Case of
COLLEGE GOLF after to only one Jersey city 5. Syracuse 2. ... ..
Lavely Bate en kalla: off Jonea I. Bla Tracle I Ii '. Here In a beautiful wiling of palms
Notre Dam ... Oetre.it. S. man. Johnny Theobold took over Newark 4. Baltimore 3. i 4. PIneS eut: t>f J...... S. Bl.a>a I. "...,. .. LOWSR '. "If Ifi Bought i I. a Lode that wm excIte every I ill 'lT VI 24
ucknell 7. Juniata X.Or (Only camel scheduled). Hid elf Jests I I. t Innlnta II nono: all Fr.- COST e>n Time) We
eve City U.. Westminster C\\. the mound duties and finished the (le I In I Innlnri. I runs Wild pltrk. : Fr.tle.lnnlni LOANS v FinanceIt" I fisherman's heart. No expense hasbeen i
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middleweight division, Georgia If it's Athlete's Foot that is Tildw., Aadaraaek BUM ballad ..: Huskee 2.Pirti. Quarter-Final Play in TourneyLarry I Price-?1.85 C Qt.
Abrams (above) of Brooklyn. The bothering you use H. F. for six .. Ku-plMkl. Wllko 3. Puke bus.; Kwleakl. 22 E. Washington St. NEW RESTAURANTNEW
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mitch is billed for ten round at nights or less before retiring. Not AadertoB U Judy u Krlaile. Left M PACKAGE STORE -NO UMIT-
Smith for medalist honors and C. E. \ I
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like salves or powders. ....,.. 1. "_I....*. Theobald$ L Bill: tit match of quarter-final pairings in the City Golf Championship PAVED ROADS INSIDE Stores OnlySEAGRAM
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and punches.: Unlike most exponents I At All DmoH U rLXJI ? Innlnti I. 4 .....; tit Rotunn. I. 1 hmlni t; at Dubsdread Country Club. I Other Makes !i CAMP GROUNDSWords I

of ring science his style is aggressive. SOc ...1 $1.50 n.r.v A.r. err Ill Wenrlevm Inntnn S.l. 4 S 15.1,15 run*. Wild: tit pitch TlMoOald: .......la.. Smith fired a three-over-par 74 in qualifying play and BE SURE TO SEE IT! don't do our pisee ustlee. but

M! B.III-*. Wlulai lteher: ....... Lealnfe4tkar < to 1M U to bellevt. frankly we
LGeorgie b eliminated 6-4 "
Harry Wehmeyer. ;
a sharp infighter cool RALPH HAGOOD
: r-_. C.el-: Lanl?. Meklej' tat doubt if there is a nicer place of 5" CROWN
cruel hitter. Everyone who knows a Cooper. TlaM Of .._: ,.III. in his first round match. ter-finals matches must be completed 321 W. Fill fAt Orlando Welding I its kind In i. U. S. Stop by and II

ring post from a ring apron is aware KILL HIS Hegler advanced to the quarter. night. Phone 6S4 lee us Well be glad i) show! you
by Sunday 45Qt.
that his left is a thing of beauty and State Senate Approves finals on the strength of a blister- Pslrlnn for other filfhts: Complete Repairs Oa All Makes I!i ..round.I I r $3.69 .

spells trouble for opponents. FLEASTorment Baseball Bill ing back-nine rally that turned Town Championship Quarter-final pair .
I Sunday back Dr. Joe Hundley. 2-1. Hegler. Incs: Dick Amidon. who won from David

leather Robinmn slinger' does about do-does everything it instinctively a Dust i' TALLAHASSEE (API By a vote four down at the turn. shot a Andy.who won... by 7-8.default meets from Byron Johnny WlUlntham.Wrlsht; I I $B.9S Case of 12

can -I will kill the fleason :1- of 23 to 7. the Florida Senate yes four-under-par 31 on the back Jerry SrhulthesU. who defeated George I
and with consummate: skill .; Lone 53. meets Bill Hara. who defeated
: terday passed and sent to the nine to cop the match.Ptf.e I j
He has lost CY Ban Robbing. 2 UP: Ben Ward; 2-1 winner Daily
only one decision WM dog in baseball .. I
your jM Governor a bill permitting who over M D. Hurt n. Itnoa,01. 5-3
once held to a draw and for 51 foes between 2 and 6 Dye Rollins are winner over L. W. Klepper. and Travis I" i 'I BASEBALL
30 seconds-if it fails it games _
been-boom fired a 73 to pace qualifiers and Orler. who won .-UD from W. J. Koauer _
brother, that's it! p.m. on Sundays. win top lower bracket seeding plays Crete Jackson, who beat Austin ilc SCORES

Enjoy the excitement blow-by- is free! .Harmless to the Both professional and semiprofessional will meet Graham Barr in another Wilson.VIII...3-2.Championship Quarter-ttna pairings I r 1 :;;.-:: .

blow. on Gillette's Cavalcade of dog. baseball have ,been play- quarter-finals feature. : Jimmy Brass who eliminated Steven II I Inning
Sports American Broadcasting ed in the State on Sundays for Rossoff. 4.3. meets Walter Leach who advanced
over -
default from E. J. Inning
by By
Dye won I
1 lb. box $1.00 by default; Tom Bunter 31. winner ,
Co. and WLOF 11230 on your --- many years despite the State pro- Amidon. while Barr yesterday over Harold Sellers piss Joe Beard. I
dial at 10 M l box 30c hibition. who defeated Bob rieckenateln. '7-.; Jimmle Jv.1 I I
pan. IJ,. ____ defeated Bill Knauer. 4-3. In his Cooper who won 1-up from Larry

And remember Sold Feed Seed and LOOKOUTS GET WOOTEN first round match. I'Lyons In 19 holes meets Phillip Burrtll.
43. winner over Grady Cooksey. and Bill
men LOOK 0iiletfe CHATTANOOGA (API Jo e The other quarter-final match I Malcolm meets A. L. HII&,. both, of whom SU5 I Iir
harp FEEL Hardware Stores. Engel. president of the Chatta- pits Dr. John McKay against E. won first round defaults. YOUR CHOICE!
Hamlet Championship Quarterfinalspttnnss
harp! BE sharp! PatentedWILLIAMS' nooga Lookouts announced last A. Fleming. Dr. McKay won his Don Mumford. 2-ap winner over

Use Gillette Blue night that Earl [Junior] Wooten. first round test from Carl Daniels. i A. R Hiley. meets Kenneth Kiehl. wh.beat I OREAMOFKY.GREEN .
CO. Brown. 7-6 V. H. Obermeyer.who
Charles ;
Blades with the fleet outfielder who was with the 1-up in 19 holes. while Fleming detested Jack Bllllnsham. 1-up. meeta I or

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Page 13 < !B rnmg ntthtrl Friday, May 16, 1947 ,, wide testa Junior held High.recently: at Memorial \ -

JHiss Dorothy Nye, a teacher
OUR BOARDING HOUSE at Cherokee will accompany the IVEY'S BEAUTY SALON
Two Students pupils to Miami.

Local Students CELL Me,MP log NOOPLE, MY DEAR MRS. EGAD!14116 IS The winner at Miami. Walker I Suggests -
V4MATS HAPPENED TO MY BRANNIGAN! tsIONDERFUL said, will be awarded a $2,000 :
36UYFtSH HUSBAND? U&DltXtfT YOU STAB MBTo IP ONLY sueDOESN'T ;Off Today For scholarship. II a
COW6 HOME LAST i me 'Ie /
AS LEADER OF SUCH 91,000 VASE : Spelling Meet \ SHOW CASES
atTO 'S SLEtcPOUTS.n4NUENDOE5! TALCUM New ( ft. Light Wood 4p5 Izott. .
l1nJust fine, according FRACTURE EVERY I MAVENT POWDER I Orange County's two champion I at $98.00 each : 7
to Mrs. J. J. LJghthlser faculty MATRON itS HEATX' LAIDIS1 SON ulrteM spellers will leave here today for Mfg. by Hoekberg Bros. A Swartx :
adviser the remaining aix of the 1.
nine Orlando High School ACE THREE FOR HUMPS( mM.1IXC Miami where they will compete I Slade-Booth Show Case Co. e 1 3
ptomaine poison victims who became r ti' s with the best 5f 15 other South lit Reed Alley Phone 24271 J.Snapp
ill while participating in a e.1tyt Florida counties for the right to I an ( :
National Forensic League chapter represent the State at Washington :
Installation In Palatka Tuesday where the national champion-
night returned home yesterday ships to be held May 24, Judson
afternoon and were expected to S Walker county school superin- .
be back in school today aY tendent, said yesterday. If. a
Eren the hospital couldn't They are Hollis Shiver of the ,
realize we were the same peoplewe Lockhart school seventh grade, ,
were so much better this and Margaret Marshall of the
morning Mrs. LJchthber. who Cherokee Junior High eighth
was stricken along with her students : grade, who survived the county- /VITI.dolts.Masse r

said on her arrival here. I The Trailer we have been waiting: Cut short for Summer- .
Three of the nine students were for and the Trailer you have been
looking forl
discharged Wednesday afternoon time comfort and ,
from Glendale Hospital. Palatka. : i FOR RELIEF USEAntiphlogistine Built right priced right: \:
where all were taken for treat- .J since Better the than war.anything we have seen venience with curls that
ment. Mrs. Llghthiser and the I .
21 It. $1.758 snap back into place because f
other students, as well as Mrs. 23 ft. J2195 .
Ralph Miller, mother of one of Hl: I THE MOIST HEATPOULTICE 27 ft. '%.$95 .you have a. .' ": N ,
them, were released from the hospital AG>r luIS I Stop In and look this Trailer over. <' "
yesterday, having been held SETS I III s. ,F, ,.... e t M..M M S- I YOUNGS' TRAILER SALES I ...,...,.,,.;.L,,),""' ',., ..: ,
there a second night for further err TUBE OR CAN ii,f'.,... ,; ; '. ." ..
observation. HOW AT TOUR DRU ClSr. Orange Blossom Trail at Amelia # .J '-> .. '

"We were told to take It easy ry, traffic manager, of the tele- I
for a few days and to be. carefulof
our dlet.Mrs.. Llghthiser said. Bell Personnel phone cotppany.McJordan HELENE CURTIS COLD WAVE PERMANENT
Prln. W. R. Boone assured the also announced that CHEWING GUM LAXATIVE WORKS
returning students that the un- arrangements had been made
toward accident In Palatka where with DeWitt Miller superintendent -
they were made ill by eating TB Exams Set for the annual screening of
tainted chicken salad at a cover- nurses' and other staff employesof BEST BECAUSE Cold waves are comfortable waves com-
ed dish supper preceding the installation Orange Memorial Hospital on a
would have no effecton Arrangements for screening all May 27. only $10 fortqble to get and to have. No heat-no
prospects for future trips, a local employes of the Southern
subject. of worry to the young Bell Telephone Co. next Tuesdayand oa deiri"Aulhonli.s 1. Haircut not included. machines-no'\\eight. Just relax and let the
people."I Thursday were announced OT$MARTL/KF MFusE'rr1c
always feel safer when I yesterday by Walton McJordan. N000('
famous Duchess cold
he said. "But beauty-
can watch them. president of the Orange County toy chewing"readies" .'
I am all for students traveling Assn.. (t
and learning" how to act away whose Tuberculosis mobile X-ray unit will be 4j greatest mexfccm benefit.* to give bathe each curl into the softest, longestlasting -

from home. used In the project.Examinations .
Students who returned yester-Ann will be started at I Vas, chewing U one secret ofFeen.mint's J jj \ 1tJ permanent you have ever had.
day were Carolyn Shiver -L -.4
gentle effective
7.30 Tuesday at the com
Eidson. Phoebe Miller Mary Ford, a.m.office building 45 N. Main ness.Science sayi:Chewtngyour mild delicious candy-coated...
Joan Hiscock and Patty Ann Jack- pany's food helps it do the most good. used by millions! Children take G.
son. Louise Flnne, Catherine St. where clinics are scheduled Similarly, chewing Feen-a-mint it gladly when needed. So when "
Torrence and Robert Smythe came from 10 am. to noon and from r prepares Its fine medicine to yours dull, sluggish, constipated Telephone for an early appointment.
home Wednesday. With the exception 2 to 4 and 7'to 9 p.m. give the greatest benefit-flows ,chew Feen-a-mint exactly
of James Grant all of thegroup Details for the screening were it gently and gradually into your as directed and feel fine again
that went to Palatka from worked out at a meeting between digestive system.Feen-a-mint is lOt,25*,50* at drugstores. ,
Free your pet of irritating. Beauty: Salon-Ivey'c Mezzanine
health educa-
here was taken 11L Miss Mabel Britt. ,
tion 'secretary, and Frank Dobro- Disease carrying Ticks withTICKNOX .1.:0::

volsky, technician, representingthe FEEN-A-MINT +
Baptist Pastors Return association and Al Mooney- rrn n.nt I The Fashion and Quality Store Since 1894It's .

From St. Louis ParleyDr. ham, district manager: W. T. Ewing For Drug Sale and at Pet Lradinr Stores Famous Chewing Gum Luraffra I
plant manager and J. T. Ber
J. Powell Tucker and the -*-
Rev. Fayette L. Hall, pastors, respectively I .
of First Baptist and
College Park Baptist Churches Watch for
particulars -
"Year-Round" Ball Point Pen
from St. Louis
have returned
IVEY'S : about the Hi-
presenting .
where they attended the annual 1 Teen limerick con
meeting of the Southern Baptist by Wearever test.
Convention. s-
While in St. Louts. Dr. Tucker r
also attended a meeting of the HI-TEENS
board of trustees of Southern You're "on the ball" when you're klti
Baptist Theological Seminary of *
which he Is a member. using a "Year Round" Ball Point penit 0 tC
/ Graduating in ABR _
.writes clearly through carbon. Et15
Jury Recommends Negro i .. v I

Held in Knife i SlayingA 1 I Black, navy and wine. White

coroner's Jury yesterday recommended -I I Dreamy :;

that Arthur Harris 25. I $1.00 each "
a Negro, be held for murder In the .
third degree following an Inquest :;.
before Peace Justice Eugene Q. > ;
Duckworth.The Stationery-Ivey'i Street floor To graduate with fashion ... i
jury found that Shep Hay- .
brook Negro came to his deathas honors Teen- / .
wise ueens
the result of a knife wielded The Fashion and Quality Store Since 1894
by Harris on May 10. i .4 '
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'Let's Listen9 '

rr'i ,, '* Crisp White Cotton Gabardine'. Rude < .
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: pI pId Chorus ,;7,'r. SUMMER designs for the younger set .'F'"h:< this' adorable' 1.

: A chorus of sixth grade pupils JACKETS three-piece beach suit!
from Delaney and Concord Park \
et rx a 3 Schools will present a programof .- .
two and three-part songs on 'j
i the Let's Listen program at 4:45: >t ",
p.m. Saturday over WDBO. : .
" This chorus will sing some of 1 :#...
the selections presented C at the : (, -'po _-.... '
I fi .'' Music Festival which >' '
II g a s d Rw Spring was .
Ii held recently at the City Audito- e
i rium. "
These students are trained under
I tz. the direction of Mrs. R. S. Hogue
and Miss Marie Hershey of the
County Music Staff. Sizes 3 to 6 ,. ;
This Is another of the weekly
:: radio educational programs pre- h .' Sizes 7 to 12 +
sented by the Junior League of
Orlando. The series of books 0 "
d will be r V
Bring Adventure programs 10.98
resumed next-week. ,

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marriage of Mrs. Frances .
Crump Row. daughter of Mr. and r 1r
Mrs. Evans Crump of this city to
William Cooper which took place
Saturday at the bride's home on I
Lake Holden is being announced
here today.
: The Rev. Robert M. Blackburn
I assistant minister of the First
Methodist Church performed the
ceremony In the presence of rela-
NEWLY ELECTED EXECUTIVE BOARD f -[Our Own Staff Photo: Barnes tives and close friends of the .. A I
eade.Smith Mrs. E. W. Jackson I f
; couple.
MEMBERS of the American Legion Auxiliary
first vice-president; Mrs. Eural! Adams, recording -\ Acting as attendants were Mr. i
Unit 19 are shown above at their regular dinner secretary. Standing, Mrs. Herbert 1 and Mrs. Jack Crump.

meeting held at the Lake Eola Hotel. They Harbin, historian; Mrs. Amy Wilson, chaplain; her The father bride, wore given a in suit marriage of blue by

are from left to right, seated: Mrs. Curtis Mrs. Charlotte Lane, financial secretary; Mrs. I faille, with black and white accessories -

Akin, second vice-president; Mrs. Mildred Charles Coffin, corresponding secretary. and a corsage of yellow
Following a wedding breakfast, r
''I ," the couple left on a wedding trip
RepublicansAttend to the East Coast.

Meet There are 2.268 carats in a
TonightThe pound. I For pint sized bathing beauties this bold
summer casual wear over dressesor
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beginner and intermediate I A large delegation of members striped chambray bra and shorts, ruffled for
bathing suits. this versatile cotton
of the Orlando Woman's Republican gabardine -
classes at the Ebsen School of FREE ON ANY CAR allure beach
and coat
; Dancing will be presented in the I Club drove down Jo St. I jacket is just the thing! Buttondownthefront topped by a matching
I Petersburg this week to hear Mrs. All this weeK-Motor Analyzer Test-Brake Test-Front with In blue
first of two of the 26th annual I huge patch pockets. shrimp or
'Robert Macauley, vicechairmanof End Examination-Storing Gear Checkup-All Chassis I fitted style with large patch pockets con-
recitals of the school today at 8
Check-Estimate on Body and Paint Work-Drive in- with white
, pm.at the Municipal Auditorium. ;i the Republican National Com- t. It is all Fit!. I vertible collar. In white only. Sizes 10 to 13. stripes.
mittee, who was guest speakerat
Next Friday at 8:15 p.m. the .
advanced classes will be presented teh luncheon meeting of the STIVERS-PONTIAC I
In the second recital at the Mu- Woman's Republican Club of St. C2 W. COLONIAL PROVE Z-2111
{' nlcipal Auditorium. Petersburg which was held at the I Also boxy Jackets in white cotton gabardine with
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I Knauer Del O. Heasley F. M. 358 Brassle Also Remodeling PhoneDrive !trU
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Rollins WorkshopSets
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f 1 The Rollins Collins Radio Work Special For One Week-Stock Blinds
, f shop will give the ninth program '
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; Many edd sizes In both Alumlnora and Steel at greedy reduced prices.
WhySweat I lando. I ...-\, -
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and directed by WilliamB. 'I''' Congo Wall Linoleum.AMERICAN ',:
I Whitaker. professor of speech Y" if
it I' at Rollins, will take the form of RUG AND LINOLEUM C Os SUfffumQ'J]
'a panel discussion. The participants '
: Include' four members of I 863 North Orange Ave. Phone 2-2488
the faculty of the Rollins science I
I department. Prof. George Saute I r
chairman of the department. Dr. d. -
I out thisSummer I Isaac Phelps, Dr..Norman E. Gilbert ;' e .
and Prof. Ralph Huntly. and .
.two students.
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FASTER AND BETTER SERVICE I l t ONE OF THE most popular brides-elect of this season is attractive
Brinkman, whose'engagement to Lt. [jgl Irvin F. Hodge.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT ORLANDO t i i USN, was announced a few feeks ago. Her friends are entertainingwith I
MOVES MERCHANDISE a round of pre-nuptial courtesies in her honor and already
Capital and Surplus On* Million Dollars I

.trrwnru FEDERAL DEPOSIT U.SOTUX3C CORFU ATlOf .L I :: April Average 43,016 several have Tonight'been parties given.Mrs.I I SAN 4UAN PHARMAC

Andrew Justin I

a hostess Floyd will at an be 1 I Hot Weather SuggestionsBATHING

after dinner

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.5 yM With Vincent the Baker honoree Noxema, 35c size ..........._....__......23c J&J Prickly Heat Powder _...... ....... _..2Sc
HEINZ( BABY POOPS !r will be included Squibb Sunburn Cream _..._......._..... 35c Mennen's Quicool ............ ....... ..._29c
f Mmes. Charles I Butesin Picrate ...._____........................_.45c ,Ammen's Prickly Heat Powder ..._21c
\ Davis Robert Nordex ........... .... .....-------......_..._.._.._.._..39c Mexana --........ ... _....... .. .. ......._.._23c
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HEINZ STRAINED MEATS are rich lit .. Rogers e r Whitmire.Jr., Cart ., -- Make Shaving a Pleasure!
flavors Baby enjoy*' i Carl Miller Use An
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citnitflcalty; cooked and packed io qINf o Thomas Jr.,,Rob-A. J. SCHICK

retain uniformly hiqh vitamin content 4. S ANN BRINKMAN ert Eddie Marshall Jones; and also ,\t\ Single $15 Double $18

: 5T widely feted. the Misses Pauline
... HEINZ STRAlNtO FRUtTfJnd DESSERTS Harreil, Jean Yothers, Alice Jane Sullivan Carolyn Collins;Fon REMINGTON
taine Winston. Katherine Steed. Mary Ann Hitch, June Nicholsonand Dual $17.50 Foursome $19.50
rate hiqh for Flavor and 'e.xftJreHEINZ. Rebecca Thomas.
Mrs. Ford B. Rogers Jr., has invited a large group to a morning ; Fivesome $21.50
asked a 78year party Saturday at her home 520 N. Interlachen Ave. Winter Park,
PRECOOKED CEREAL ate 'Y to honor Ann, and will be assisted by her mother, Mrs. Lois Everson. SOAP
qualify reputation't'ou Then on Sunday morning Ann will share honors with Katherine Steed,

lbht,4tutfy.( > usyt b di'lt.Sr bride-elect of John Henry Platt Jr.. when Mrs. Robert Neel, and her J&J Baby Soop ..............._.............2 for 25c
sister, Mrs. Thomas Erb, will be co-hostesses at a breakfast to be held

no for the best. Ask tor f/einr./ at the Officers' Club Orlando Army Air Base. I Stork Pure Castile ....._..._..........2 for 35c
pay premium your grocer r) o o I
THE FEMININE lead in the forthcoming Annie Russell Cashmere Bouquet .__.........2 for 25c '
e.a.A SHARING pxiGrrrw
I production of "The Whiteheaded Boy" will be Anita :
Rosenbaeck and Ho Lorenz both veterans of the Rollins Players pre- Palmolive ..................._............2 for 25c jjjJ

sentations. Ho will have the part of Aunt Ellen, and Anita will portray I Luxor .___............................._......_......8 for $1.50 2t.
Mrs. Geohegan. when the I

e..., y w..h comedy drama is given next Tues- I 4711 ....................._.._......_.........._...3 for 90c Ke longer pshalrlnplipS nd *c lp I

.. ; '' <:::r;: ::}.::;:::;;:':'::Y' day Ho through starred Saturday.in State of the White Rose Transparent. _..._._.._3 for 75c more Tilf nlc'I

< 7l \ : Union. Tartuffe and Mark Twain ,
......;I. : .. .." this year and Anita was a member x' DRUG SPECIALS
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: { \i i11:0 Union. "The Whiteheaded Boy" 75c Doan's Pills ............._.._ 39c 60c Sal Hepatica ....._.....___. 49c
PrOtlJ11lJ is the last of the Players' series
: j this season, and will be directed > 's $1.25 Absorbine Jr __....______ 69c 60c Bromo Seltzer .__........_. 57c

() l/; ..... .../.l by Howard Lennox Bailey.Robinson's Although intentions Author _.. .. $1.50 Anusol Suppositories, $1.19' 75c Listerine _........_...._ 59c

:" '. .. :: \ in writing the play were to form a llo Anita I 25c B. C. or Stanback ........ 19c $1.25 Retonga ..........._....... $1.09 I
:] : : *...*., < "** ** ..' :. .f:;{ political symbolism between Ireland and England, the p.ot has lost i
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...:, ... .:....,............,... ...h.. : h. its original meaning, but is still a delightful comedy of the problems Delivery from Either Store
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: :r '" < :V A GALA OCCASION for the juniors and seniors of the St James !
I School was their annual prom and banquet last night at which _- -
.. Billy Arnold's orchestra played for the dancing. Chaperortes for the I
: ... ..:':'..: "I ... j1. j-"" occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Plan to. Mr. and Mrs. B C '
\: < .. (- ; Kuenz. Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Owls, Mr. and Mrs Eddie Jones Msgr. .
....... .. .,,. .J .. John Bishop, Father Mark McHugh, and Father Harry F. Turruer.o E
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; RUTH SAUNDERS celebrated her first birthday yesterday I $1000
:: BILLIE her mother Mrs. R. M. Saunders, entertained with a partyin I
I.: HERE. :: her honor. With the honoree were included Craig Youtsey Johnnie I
f'S .r Cow gill. Patty Ann Lawandowski Charles and Grady Watkins, Cathy I
( Sue Woodling, Ann and Betty Jane Lucius, Kenneth I\ey Marcia IN PRIZES!
Ix 'ej Carow, Jimmy Wilson and George L. Stuart Jr.
err / C) o o
MR. AND MRS. WALTER WRIGHT and daughter, Mrs. Virginia 1 1st Prize,
left yesterday to spend three weeks visiting in Missouri. $300.00DIAMOND RING
i Illinois and Indiana. On returning they wall be accompanied home
Nye W I by Mrs. Kiser's daughter,Janice Kiser, who is a student at Butler Uni- 2nd 'Prize $200.00
II \ersity, in Indianapolis. Mrs. A. C. Blake of Coral Gables left yes- ,
I terday for Washington, D. C. after spending the past two weeks as DIAMOND RING
the guest of Mrs. Effie Smith McClellan, of 407 Sunset Dr. Mrs.
Thomas J, Spencer and children who recently returned from Eglin 3rd Prize, $100.00
I Field to their home on Roxbury Rd, Winter Park, have as their house I DIAMOND RING
guests Mrs. Harvey: Ford and son, Gregory, of Harvard Mass. Miss
N Dorothy Nye leaves today to chaperone the Orlando children who will 8 Additional Prizes of
take part in a spelling contest in Miami. $50.00 RINGS
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NOTHER COLLEGE GIRL makes news, and today it is Fern
'wN1B 1 Shader daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Shader of 808 Harwood NOTHING TO BUY!
i Ave.. who has been elected secretary of the Music Club at Radcliffe
iI College, Cambridge, Mass., for the 1947-48 terms. Fern who won the
s v Georgine Holmes Music Scholarship in a Nation-wide competition, is
a member of the freshman class.
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MRS. E. H. CHERRY honored her daughter Edith Patrick Cherry,
with a party this week to celebrate her tenth birthday. With the
honoree were, included Nancy Starling. Evelyn Patrick. Joyce Milton I
May Evelyn and Carolyn Colin, Carolyn Seifer, Linda Ambrose
Gloria Grier, Marlene Ziegler Patricia Smith. Kitty Allen Barbara
Butler. Dorothy Ranee. Alice Datson and Shirley Hendrick. Yes- 66 tf/b
h:4fflfljcit4iee terday afternoon Judy Groover, celebrated her fourth birthday when
her mother, Mrs. H. B. Groover, invited a group of her friends to their I
home on E. Central Ave.
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healthful nourishment could be packed into this big new Try Our Repairs BERLOU-Water Moth Proofing.Proofing Guaranteed.Expert Spotting Alterationsand and E and beauty of this lovely assortment of

one-and-a-half pound loaf. But that delicious taste -those Quality Finishing. fine rings.

extra proteins and minerals are not a dream. Try Marvel CITY CLEANERS I I IVANHOE LAUNDRY these beautiful rings on display in
39 W. Colonial Dr.-Ph. 7557 I 1630 N. Orange-Ph. 5591 the window stop in and receive your
today, its guaranteed fresh by the date on the wrapper. Ii i entry blank.. it's yours for the asking. GET YOUR

I I-Examine the rings on display at the Duval Store.
MORE SUGAR to make it stay fresh longer for 2-Obtain your entry blank from any Duval sales
.4 better toast more sweetness and flavor more energy. LONGBOAT, KEY i person.
t 3-On your entry blank complete this sentence in
Jf ORE MILK. .for better nutrition...smoother texture ; Sarasota Florida i 25 words or less "After examining Duval due !
iI mond rings, I bave chosen the name. __,_ _
for better spreading better-keeping qualities. l I u ._ _. ._ ,tor them because ,_ ** \
MORE SHORTEN for tender crusts .. 4-It is not necessary to purchase anything to enter CONTFST CLOSES
more Exclusive two-bedroom high this contest, and all entries received become the
finer richer taste. cottages on a i property of the Duval Jewelry Co. MIDNIGHT MAY Hit
I Bluff with the Gulf of Mexico at your front j

door. .Modern Completely Furnished

'. Private Garage. -

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A Paradise for ChildrenMr.

I Ally fREJl/llfSS rAPES and Mrs. W. Lyall Thompson Phone 7.9752
D f, EJlBlFE Rr 'f/tN FAQ' 119 S. ORANGE AVE.


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48 Hr. Service by 3 Qualified Tech WANTED iff]". Bleddyn Hodges-Parks ROSE FOR THE HOME
'd I nicians. SPECIALTY SALESMANMUST A Store Full of the Things Needed Every Day
Lowest Rates-AH Work Guaranteed. HAVE CAR I Whether Cooking or Cleaning.
Pick-up and Delivery Service [No CALL IN PERSON AT 953 Miss\ Raybon 1 MarriageAnnounced Tel. 6104 Household Dept.
.From 8 830 AM&430 to 530 PM
Call .baocbt: S3tl Whem I. Need of Radl. r Pbon RepalnPl10NE I to : : Married Here n nI
Florida Appliance Cr Supply Co.. BUMBY HantawCo. ,
I 143 N. ASSOCIATED STORES I formerly Horn Insulation Co. Joseph
ORANGE 5300 I' Miss Dorothy Raybon, daughter In a candlelight ceremony recently tot ten Choreh St.
I of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ray at the First Baptist Church I ... 1
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bon of this city, became the Miss Lucille Parks, daughter of -- --- -- -
I KNOWN FOB VAlUES bride of Donald! A. Bleddyn son i Mr and Mrs. Harold W. Parks of _,.
GRANTS of Mr. and ''Mrs. H. E. Bleddyn. this city, became the bride of r- Y rI
I of this city also Saturday at the ''h Eugene Merle Hodges, eon of Mr I I 1"
:Miller Memorial Baptist Church-and Mrs. J. A. Hodges of Daytona

1/ with the Rev. M. D. Jackson officiating :Beach and Highlands, N. C. .
I our White Gabardine Casual Shoes at the double ring cere- ; 'Officiating at the ceremony was Three
mony. Dr. Lindsay E. McNair, pastor
.A program of nuptial music I[emeritus of the First Presbyterian
I 1 was given by Miss Fluta Belle \Church. The program of music rOllsingrattles
. i go everyw&ere rfo everything White. The vows were taken in a I was given by Miss Kathryn Hogan .' ,
setting of palms, arrangements of I|of Daytona Beach, soloist and
I: 1 uu pink gladioli and lighted candles. Mrs. Pauline Tiller organist. l} e .
: j S t l 7 Given In marriage by her Given in marriage by her
cost Only T a pair! forBeechNu't
yet brother-in-law Robert Lowmanof father, the bride wore a gown of
Panama Canal Zone, the bride white silk crepe fashioned with,
wore a white gown which featured I fitted bodice accented with a pep-
a satin bodice and bouffant net ,lum. She wore long white glovesof I
skIrt which ended in a train. Her silk jersey, and a shoulder-
; California constructed! veil of bridal illusion fell from a I length veil which dropped to the .
crown of orange blossoms and she waistline in back. She carried a
; Wedge heels, flexible platforms! carried a bouquet of gardeniastied [white prayer book with a shower
with a shower of white rib- 1 I I of ribbon and lilies of the val I

Sizes 4 to 9, narrow or medium! bon. Completing her bridal en- :ley.
semble was a string of pearls. I Maid of honor was Miss Lorene II
I Miss Annette Raybon. sister of I Short of Daytona Beach, formerlyof I
I ve the bride, was maid of honor She I Orlando, who chose a pale pink
. wore a gown of pastel blue chiffon dress of crepe. She wore an off-
Cool sandals...straps.. .open toed oxfords and she carried a bouquet of the-face hat of white sttaw trimmed The best ever... the best I
red-ripe toma-- .
white gladioli. Mrs. Ruby Lom- I with veiling, and a corsageof
to wear dancing, to the office, on 'I neck and Mrs. LeVerne Cowell.! white carnations and lilies of toes pureed the best whole milk'and

your vacation. They're California con. the latter of Los Angeles, Cal.. I I;the valley. enriched farina,blended into a wholesomedish \ .
!were bridesmaids for their sister i, Christy Hodges acted as best that's different...Beech-Nut Toma.
structed perfect for feet even without I Mrs. Lomneck wore a gown ofI j I I man for his brother, and ushers toes with Milk. A welcome change from kr 'YY

I stockings! No rough edges! No tacks! yellow chiffon with lace yoke, and included another brother Herman cereal at night. Good at noontime too. ..
I Hodges and Everett Winn
Mrs. Cowell chose a gown of pink |I
: No wrinkled insoles! Instead completely lace and net. Each carried a bou- ,I I Parrish and Max Hull Jr., of Day- I Another good midday food is Beech-Nut .

quet of pink gladioli. tona Beach.A Chicken Soup golden, fragrant, full a oe .. I
stitched shoes with built-in insoles.
Best man was Ray Gellner and reception was held at. the I of flavor! Chicken Soup is one of many .

Buy early. selections are best now! ushers brother of were the Coolidge bride, and Raybon.Eugene Parks home Spring, which flowers was in decoratedwith pastel Beech-Nut Foods for Babies made in both p

Cowell of Los Angeles. I shades. The couple left on>a wedding Strained and Junior forms. Get Beech- i.
The bride's; mother wore a navy { trip to Miami Beach, and on Nut Foods for Babies at your grocer's. i
blue and white dress with match- returning will reside here at 2372 EVERY STEP GUARDED
ing accessories and a gardenia Raeford Rd.
corsage. Mrs. Bleddyn, mother of I Food experts inspect, .
t the bridegroom, wore white crepe @ SlIP ::0. check and test every ,
with white accessories and corsageof aenm thing from raw mate a,

r r / Lll:: .l given gardenias.The by wedding Mr.. and reception Mrs. Robert was. I::1 s r GRANTS 1 I 'I rials to finished foods. 'Z4':

I Lowman. BeechNutSTRAINED
Mr. Bleddyn and his bride are I .
t o (f I e making their home at Cheney II fr JUNIOR'

tJ I V Court. I I Foods for Babies PACKED IN GLASS

tf J Rollins Student 1 A most important fact to
6 6I 1I In many! larieties of tegetables, meat *5Scombinations ?d remember when you buy
f 1I ,soups,desserts and fruits. llEo I

t f. I MusiciansIn ConcertThe I I \:....... food to give your baby

W. T. GRANT CO Wednesday Music Club of
33 5.. Orange Ave Orlando is sponsoring a concert

_. Ou,_ __._ today the at student 8:15: pm.musicians at Sorosis who Houseby entered -
the National Federation of Fine Tone LAST !
Music Clubs contest of 1947. THAT
Indoors Out!
I or
Student musicians on the pro- I GIFTS
gram will include Laura King Virginia .
Giguere. Carlyle Seymour! Portable
Kenneth Newberne. and Olga I. I FORGRADUATION.
Llano. Miss Llano is the highest
I ranking winner in the South At- "Deluke"GRANTLINE
lantic District, and this concert l.
N0. 1 NO.3 will be in the nature of a testi-
mx-.w / M M i mjmrmr monial to her. All are students of
, 200 N. 100 S. Prof. Walter Charmbary of the
Rollins College Conservatory. of
Orange Ave. P Orange Ave. Music. 34.95 .
This presentation will afford an
X/MIMIPWCI'G'S' opportunity for the public to hear ri
Phone 9801 ORES Phone 2-4438
R E and judge the excellence of the I Play it on AC.;DC or batteries ON DUVAL'S CONVENIENT
performers presented at these con- .. have a fine radio wher i

NO. 2 2(4 S. ORANGE AVE. PHONE 2-4545 the tests,work and being to form done some for idea young of[ ever you go. Simulated I TERMS I!
musicians in all classifications by case. Guaranteed! I

the The Federal ushers Music for the Clubs.evening will IAY-AWAY Holds Purchase I
include the Mmes. John C. Barber with small down paymentW.
J, M. Robeson P. W. Griffin andJ. Birthstone' ring for the
J. Edwards. Mrs. Edwards will l Girl Graduate. Beautifully t .
14K gold
also be in charge of the decora- T. GRANT CO. Large designed: simulated birth-
CLOSING OUT So% OFF tions. Mrs. G. A. Clapham, ticket Ave. stone. .'_ #
I chairman will be assisted at the 33 S. Orange -
I door by the Mmes. Douglas Miller I t ) $27.50 '
and Ernest Pechin

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ROREmosrsAlways with colorful stones.

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.: "\): '10 male graduate. Heavy 10K yellow believe. ?: s
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glowing colors-in Foremost1

,..,., pride and joy the brand-new, i iI I

I taste thrill-Spring Festival Ice ,.r I iI' _
Cream. It's a carnival of flavors, [ watch.
A popular Parker
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; m a gold filled case
strawberries, a o
1 1 nana bits rosy-fresh 1 Buy today ,
m 1 orange pineapple and sun-kissed

peach morsels. Try It today at, Fl..or $37.50
your home or favorite fountain! Jo.
M.ySRING ,l $1.M weekly
$500 $350 $25'euar.r _

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IF VITAMINSDON'T I I Birth Announcements Tri Deltas -k W.lAJ'tUll. I Friday, May 16, 1947 (1 0rlan&n morning Srnttarl Poae 17Winter '
William C.Gaventaof [
Dr. and Mrs. -

NUXATED IRON Largo of a are son.announcing William C. Gaventa the arrival Plan Events ; ,. Park I tor of music in Winter Park I
try News I schools and her '
II I II girls' trio
WbM dame flM fee a erdhdee sal i Jr..born May 10 at the Mount Park I .f'} {r; guests of the Lions Club were I The Orlando Auto School
= lJ.I r.f Wednes-|
doe's, .. ra k*trlw eaoth'cedfdea 13- [Hospital In St. Petersburg. Mrs. .. : .i
t. tf Ttttnlu dra't knk e I* |M)> kulld : .,fullwke nir Gaveta is the former Altce Price, I Meeting I 1 1 I in i
... i appreciation
MARGARET GREENE of the club's financial i
ta r Mood rrf M 4 b.i..rn I
w M w r..a t...rgfrill. etM b 1.,MiiATO* 1' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. K.! 'Ln e LOifl Telephone Winter. Pork 233-Hours 11.12 and 4-5. Monday Through Friday I assistance toward taking "LEARN TO DRIVE"Lessons
BOX uMM fw 4aiU iwhU& Qlf them i a 1.nuL The Orlando Alliance of Delta
{ Pol M .T H daeW_ Uw UW I Price of this city. the glee club to Tampa to participate by Appointment Only
I Matthews Jr. Delta Delta met Wednesday night i
Mr. and Mrs. Coke
IK.KVXATID --I I at the Delta Shelter with Mrs. WITH JEAN YOTHERS Y Day Camp tival. in the State Musical Fes- I Call 2.4879Billies
I Winter ParkBrevities [
Ward Matthews president pre- [Club Editor] I I
siding. 111 II I The president's report yesterday ,
IX LINE WITH Orange County Museum locat- disclosed the fact that mem- '

THE PRESIDENT'S POLICY and Summer Mrs. Leroy rushing Ray was was appointed discussed ed in the Old Court House; will be !j Program Set I I bership 459. Average in the enrollment Elementary for PTAis the Drivc Inn

Tit brine prices more in line we with to announce a 10% reduction on aU general chairman of the three rush open today from 2 to 5 pjn. as ; year was 535. 1800 Kuhl Ave.
merchandise sold by this 11mWe guarantee this act not to Impair our parties;; I WINTER PARK-Rotary, Kl- | '
usual .
high standards In quality and service In any way. Get our new prices on I, Special feature will bean 'I wants and Lions Clubs have presented -j Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Snell ITALIAN STYLE SPAGHETTI
INSIDE and OUTSIDE Venetian Blinds Louvred Awnings and Aluminum The alliance enjoyed a visit I; interesting collection of shells WINTER PARK-YMCA day i a compact efficient respirator have received word of the birth of Cr.CKEN
Patio Kitchen and Deck Furniture.ADAMS from Mrs. Frank Bisbee of Jacksonville : IN BASKET $1.00
(contributed by Mrs. Buford Duke camp program for youngstersboth to Winter Park for use In their first\ great-grandchild a
SERVICE'III financial advisor of the ,which she gathered from the Atlantic girls and boys eight through drownings, electric shock and oth- daughter born May 14 to Mr. and CURB SERVICE
VENETIAN BLIND Trt Delta Corp.It j 9 ajn. till 1 ajn. Phone 2-4286
and Gulf Coasts An- I I er emergencies. It will be kept at Mrs. Stephen Santoro in Jackson-
years of age-starting July 7
W. Central Orlando Phone IMS-Winter Park liJ was announced that the first other attraction will be a collection -111 police headquarters for Instantuse. ville.
bridge party which was held at of early U. S. postage stampsin t for four weeks, was announced .
the Delta Shelter was such a suc- observation of the Centennialof yesterday by Director John C. |I Mrs. Charles Mendel was Ini .
cess that another would be held the U. S. Postage Stamp whichis Barber. i stalled as president of the Elementary .....t- Starling's Gary DUCK I I IK1 IN 3974 Blossom s-
the night of May 28. Mrs. W. T. j P-TA yesterday succeeding 'JiJ? Oranee'Gl
Horan. chairman asked that all York being City.: held this week in New Dally, Monday through Friday II I Mrs. Samuel H. Williams. I'I : We ache the same delicious foods from noon

how bi those who wish to play call her those participating in the program 1 i, Other officers installed were: Mrs. French get

for reservations.The Golden Circle Class of the Delaney will gather at 9 a.m. at the ath- i Arthur Dear, first vice-president; W J M rSiiiiiMP $1.25 WA
I ;ell
next monthly meeting of the Street Baptist Church will letic field adjoining the high I Mrs. Ed Branch, second vice-
alliance will be held at the home hold its president and chairman of room- I!
I monthly business todayat school tin Dining Room Only]
Huntington Ave. for
THE COMPLETE of Mrs. Leroy Ray. 946 Bradshaw 8 pjn. at 410 E. Muriel "St. sports games handcrafts and 'I 1 mothers: Mrs. Fleetwood Peeples,
Terrace. I : corresponding secretary, and Mrs. |I
AUTOMATIC Those present were the Mmes. McBride Bible Clas of the First other occupations of William under Frangus.the direction An- Thomas E. Campbell, recording I
Cuyler Smith. Glenn Hennig secretary.Mr. .
Presbyterian Church has I
post- Instructor will available for
be I
Lorena Clifford and Mrs. Norman Fulton
Hendry Arthur Poole '
HOME LAUNDRY Haughton. Prank Bisbee, Leroy poned Friday.its May meeting 23. at: from the church.today to each 10 or 12 campers. I are here from Freeport, Ohio for I = er3r
I There is a fee of $4 for each
Donnell Henry Meiner, Robert the graduation of their daughter,
youngster for the day's program9 Grace.
Michaels. Cushman Radebaugh.
Orlando Garden Club will meet I I
Better am. until 4 p.m. Each may Mrs. Lynn Thames' report
Washing Ellis Phelps. Leroy Ray Ward as .
today at 3 at the Garden seF
p.m. hit
lunch which
bring a will be eatenon
Matthews. Marshall Mallory. WilLiam chairman of the health committeeof
Results Center for its final meeting -
program picnic tables. Showers and
O'Donnell Richard Walker the P-TA paid a tribute to Mrs.
of the season Mrs. W. W.
shelters are available at the
Greater Safety William T. Horan. and the Misses Baker will discuss Corsage Mak- Marie Cook.
I school.
Miss Cornelia Lancaster direc-
Dorothy Nye, Bette Moody Mil
i ing. Also Included the
pro- After lunch and a rest period, -
Larger Capacity dred Camburn.- gram will be a talk on Pertinent I the group will be taken to the -I I
I of 1314 Canterbury Rd.: Winter Horticulture Information by Mrs.A. Ollie Ave. Beach to swim in Today Get 666 to Stop MalarialCHICLSPEEVER !

Greater Economy j Park, are announcing the birthof N. Goodwin Miss Mary Lake Virginia.The Bar 1 Restaurant
a' daughter Elizabeth Jane, Compton, who served as general program is part of the !
Pre-Soaking born May 3 at the Orange Memorial chairman of the recent Florida YMCA's county-wide day camp i Open Open
Eliminated HospitaL Federation of Garden Clubs con- program. The local committee 9 P.M'Till 'v. jfogx 5 P.M. Till
i jJH. vention held here, will give a report -I working with Barker consists of Now-666 brines you Qvialm-ftmt 3 more Midnight Midni9htDrit'e
on the convention. Park Lake Ray Greene Waldo Plympton Mi.MrMi combined as Totaquinef!
Caution: Take only a* directed. Get 666 In RestaurantON
Circle of which Mrs. J. A. Lane Kenneth Wacker. Marvin Pittman -today.t
LL is chairman will serve as hostess Nelson Glass and Joe Rutland, all
Mrs. George A. Clapham hos- of Winter Park.Brownies I .
H.A.DAUGHERTY) &CO. BESSER'S RESTAURANTMeats pitality chairman, and her com- will have their day 666 MALARIALSYMPTOMS I DRIVE IN CITY LIMITS DRIVE IN

Poultry Cold Cots. Sour mittee will be in charge of the camp at the Banks estate on Lake ,
ROBINSON at BUMBY No potting problem ORLANDO FLORIDA Cream.Pumpernickel Cheese Rye. Mayonnaise and Rolls social hour following the meet- Sue June 9-12 and 16-19; Girl ---
ing. '.Scouts will have their day camp
MEMBER CENTXAL FLORIDA iUUDEKS EXCHANGE 119 W. Church St. TeL 2-2221 I June 2 through July 7 at Star- 1
I Chapter V of PEO will have a l buck Lake and the Daily Vacation
covered dish luncheon today at I Bible School will be June 23 NOW Open flAYIN 1245 Op.. 12 KTellerx
12:30: pjn. with Mrs. A. H. Heim. i through July 3.
1128 W. Yale Ave. Mrs. R. B. If there is sufficient interest in x, HEPBURN
Heim will be co-hostess. the YMCA day camp it will be e.b.rt M.L1 e
continued through August at $1 r WALKER.DOUGLASIheI&zofllro'ss
I Wed Central P-TA, in cooperation week Barber explained /
per per camper t
with the Orange County _
U I Health Unit, will sponsor its an- I I i .
nual Pre-School Age Clinic Sum- r '
Ormazd Grotto To Hold .acw I
mer Round-up today at 9 ajn. at 'C\\oss

R 'J, I the school. Family Outing Today ri -StarringBeth J .

Regular Spring meeting of the Members of Ormazd Grotto / Sohnp .
!$ "frt/t fl Orlando Branch of the Needlework their families and visiting grotto I'- HUTTON TUFTS .
-- -
; Guilds of America will be members are invited to attend a '.
held today at 3 pjn. at the Sal- picnic at Thomas' Camp on Lake 1
vation Army Citadel Mrs. Conway at 5:30: pan. today, Harold
Walter Akerman newly elected i Lang, master of ceremonies, announced Open 1.45-Now Open 145

I ;president, will preside All 1 last night. I foulcftt Goddord"Suddenly 1 NOW SHOWING 1
4 t9i,,' section presidents and directorsare Wives of grotto members are reQuested It's Spring
[ requested to be present. to contribute to a covered II Fred MocMurrof 1.416 Opt* 1245
, :, dish supper Lang said. NOW riAYINS

Annual banquet for the ninth'' I F N .r
grade students of Cherokee Junior 1
1 f;.> 1
,b TBADE M&RK gic : High School will be held today / Summer Set \ I
'. I from 7 to 11 pjn. at the school
-I. The P-TA has charge of the Good Food or Summer trice \ R 'Y
Opt* C 45-Now
: I evening which will include a din
,. ner when special presentations" n Lunch'r Fred MocMurroy "Blondie Knows Best E
be made A grand march | "PARDON MY PAST -S t orrm9 '

'dancing and games will also be 525 Orlando Ay.. (17-92)( Killarn.r K.rn.r. Marguerite Qopmon Pena r Smglcroa

cOoq featured. . .
<>R -"I I : '
I -i. ) lOfEfitUE
Orlando Business and Professional JOYCE'S DRIVE.IN lytwo 4 4Opu

Women's Club members w.nntDOuGLAs
x I planning to attend the 1947 State Chicken-Oysters--Shrimp-
I convention of the Florida Federa- All Beef Hamburgers PLUS

tion of Business and Professional Sandwiches-Soft Drinks 11.45-Todo [a -_._ +
t : Women's Clubs this weekend in Highway 11-92 MAITLAND DlltR .
x\gl: 'Tampa are as follows: the Mmes. open Daily t.,.m.-l a.m( Sunday 13 12 r IftJ p ,
s {Lena Caruthers. Edwina Dyke, 1WtS. .

,Helen Bennett. Florence Conners, filS ,
/4 ,Edna Giles Fuller. Mary Hartman KAPETTIFOR JIMMY WAKELY .
lEi Bertha Luke. Marguerite end Jesus White

\ ,Osenbach. Eleanor Peery. Esther SPAGHETTI _alu>_=
i ? a,1 Phillips. Mae Meiks. and the Tom Convey "CRIMINAL '.
aI Served 5 to S P.M.-Closed Monday .. ., 7rie fTEWART
I e' .' :t Misse Lila Beans. Anne Hrvol. Memorial Martha O'DrIKOn COURT" Q.rtREI1fER 5 ,, ...
ww Orange HoipiUIHtlp
1 Hazel Osborne, Daisey Shultz I Bull" TM .... Buil4lp I ..- :..0'j
I I Loraine Stephens .- Principal RL 11.'% Winter Park j
; speaker at the convention will be '
4VN Miss Margaret Rawalt. of Wash-
i'J ington. D. C.. representative of 'WE SPECIALIZE IN "PRESCRIPTIONS'ORLANDO
the National Federation of Busi- I
I .A"' J
."- n 1 ness and Professional Women'* I

._ 4} Clubs I

,," -" ; II i Reservations for the closing: Open 1PM. *
; meeting of B'Xai B'Rith Auxiliaryon II

r' <' c Wednesday must be made bv: Last litres Today I
yv. The modern i Sunday to Mrs. Barney Coher Tom Conway
This closing meeting will be "Criminal Court'Also II
'in the form of a luncheon at 1 I PHARMACY
pjn. at the Fort Gatlir Hotel "SUN VALLEY I
Ii i as a Installation of officers will be F ""VADE"Tomorrow

j1iracje.ya1J finiTHERES 1 175.40E 1R 1i 1r ,held. i I ClHUftCN SE 6 PR BOONS

Trinity Lutheran Women's Missionary :: '** *{ I It I $U$ SizeABSORBINE 75c Size $1.10 LYDIA E. I 30c
League will meet Sundayat "Heldorado'Roy
3 pjn. at the undercroft of the Jr.DOAN'S NUXATED PINKHAM'S MEXANA

church All members are urg- f Raters I Kidney Pills39c IRON Compound Heat Powder
NO FINER ed to attend as election of officers *

.' fLATWALLRNISHAT I will be held. V1 76c 79c 87c I 21c :

Where Discriminating People God -

y INNER AI D $1.19 $1.50A CAROL $1.09 a
ANY PRICEJOvervallpaper!

A9 ", po C MINERAL OIL Gallon heavy $i.c, N 0 XZE -----23c 5O

hAl a COCKTAIL LOUNGE I LU PINT BEEF and Iron Rine 89c RUBBING ALCOHOL 1sotpJ.17e, 79C 0

0 ON OfiaiK*.tutttrt Mlway "twMi Waltan-.p4 AlUmonto' _Tel. W. P. tl7 -.
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PAINT I PLASTER W4U8MRPJ \C z $1.00 SU5 si.25: $1.25 *| nn" I $1.:5: 7xC lOe 49c: r
3 MILES NORTH'OF ORLANDO CITY LIMITS U.S. 411J : Size 79c Size 99c Size //C Size VW Size SIze r-

Applies like GOOD FOOD DANCINGBILLY -I",1 $2.00 Size $1.58 $2.00 Size $1 L7 u.s Size YOx<2 w I Bottles 3 'J?5<*in $1.50 Size $181$1.00 I 79c Z."

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One I eyes on. these are the new Kem-Tone shade RESERVATION PHONE INTER PARK 9164 Mantel Shape $3.50 I O*. CnntOLWE. 5Ar 2 Oi.Oil .

coaf covers! tones Clean,that attractive make pastels charming and backgrounds glamorous deeper for I! o -Readqoarteri For-- OIL 49c I Citronella 21c4 D

What's I DDTSPRAY means False T *tbPLATO 11.00 PintGalamine t
gracious living.
more, these eipetttf-: S
styled colors can be used with any combination Flamingo ClubCHENEY a IOc IN OIL 25c Lotion 49c E

of-other colors in perfect taste. :S:: Kills flies rnosquitos. roaches 2 Ot. Rrd Robber Fountain Z5e Ammrn 2 for 99IVE

a, It's so satisfying to decorate with Kern-Tone. HIGHWAY i/f screens bedbugs. treat Spray mattresses.or paint on SYRINGE $1.08 Heal' Powder 39c n
L This
; scientifically-blended synthetic resin and oil =
rGaara.tefd full !'% strength
-- --... finish FAMOUS FOR FINE Pint ... 69c
gives your rooms the richest, handsomest FOOD FOR 20 YEARS ;

relf' finish imaginable-durable, lastingly lovely! JAY MILLERS ORCH. EVERY NITENo l 5 Gallon'. Spray ........-....- pint$2.98 39c _____VITAMINS- _---for !better_ --- _health-_: ..-_ illf i i
p""" ., / 100 Caps 1M Treatment < 1M IM
THE SYNTHETIC Gallon $1.89 'NIX- |195
r TIMISHl Cover or Minimum Except Sat. 50c VitaminM.OM SanerPerles for gray lIal"? AbbottsSnrbex AbbottVitaCap
fRW/k Miraculously thins with water for convenience: PHONE 5910 CLOSED SUNDAYSrONIGRr 1 Lb.". DDT powder69cPINT D D M day Supply Tablets l
end n 10"oW
DRIES m ONE HOVJte 2sei DDT I'nitf B-l TABLETS $1 95 $2,96
$2e 55
fa. Tablespoon to
RESEARCH 3. ----
HO fAIHTYODOXF 4. WASH At LSISherwinWilliams borket of water for 98 c: $2'I Thlamla Chloride - W

spraying rattle 10 me 1008 Sl.l Plot Upjohn
c TRM4IwaacuR 1115M IBS I BALLS AbbotifVIDaylia Vi-Pinta Irridol.
I.LB.IOTII 19c 25 mg100's 2.29 Unicaps i
4i...; i: ACCtSSOXltt 1-LB. DI-CIILORICIDE 68c Drops A
3 oz.94c 50 mr 100'* 3.49
D. D. T. CHALKLINE 39e $?.96
KEM-TONE TRIMS . as low as 201 a roD $1.13 100 me 100's 6.95 99c1M
I : Orlando I Branch AIR WICK ..._. 9c 0 __ -- -
KIM-TONE ROLLER KOATCX. $L29 ea. Bug-Boomt u' oou 2.98 loASCORBIC ACID 0- M
434 N. Orange Ave. Phone 8186 KtM-TOME 'TEXAS JAMBOREE""llOOSIF.R Pt. Larrex 7ge 10 VitaminCAPS 1
4" BlUSH
. $2J9 ea. VentrexCAPS Burl 25 mr 100' 59r Idrrl B E

HOTSHOTH Ij Tlr .NOX Caps 50 100's ?5c Complex 1

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Pane- 18 {rlatt&fl fiurntoa &rntthr1 Friday, May 16, 1947 I Obituaries MRS. AMELIA CALDEROVE Daily i Citrus i Auctions Sanford Farmers'Markef

The following prices reported by

Mrs. Amelia Calderone of 206 11.110 n the dealers the Sanford State

Stocks Grip I Closing Stoc k Quotations I INd. Court Issues East a Concord local hospital.Ave.. died Mrs.Thursdayat Calderone CITY-Maeke term FIeriIIa at.Car......A,. 5r Csts 1J14.1UY. Call. 41:':;; Farmer's to Truckers Market on and for Dealers produce up sold to

A Csr. A.
STOCKS IN THE SPOTLIGHT 1 .. Huh Low Last ( lar) ?7ra :;, Cars A.. 12:01 May 16. 1947.Beans. .
Schenley Distil __ '78 26". 25'. 251. moved here. from New York I PhUadelpnla Clrrelllllt) -_ :: = 12 328 ; 4 ; '6 415 Snap Bu. Hamp $$1.50-2
YORK (AP) Safe. closing price .
NEW flower
Mild and net thane ef the 15 mest active Sears Sired Roebuck Inc _____ 42 11 321.11\. 3232 101. 11os% No JudgmentCircuit City 18 months ago. Ptta BOItoa h funchineed) --- 2 I 3 352 Ie 3 405 S 5 .1.49.28 Cabbage. 50 Lb. Sx. 1.502.50Celery

RecoveryMARKETS stock yesterday.Comwlth Shell Union OU __ 2. 26'. 2H. 258. She is survived by her husband e ( _== = = = =: = = ,
.. minus Lb.Sici.iy
20.800 2
Simmons Co 4Sinclair 301. 30 303. Chkuo Ctmprond'j i.i
: = 10 .88 :: :::
Vac 12.3OO 14LU minus /*. 011 __ 32 U'. 14'. 14.. Frank Calderone. Orlando and a 8t. Loull (lower) -- --- 4 3.07 Golden Crate Pr'coled 500-Ms
Faram *ict 12'23'* Ult V. Socony-Vacuum _123 U'. Ulfa 149. son. Frank J. Calderone New Ctnclnnatl : :r"I ) ::::: : :: = .: : :: ::: :It :: ::: Celery Pascal Crate 4.50-S.b1
AT A GLANCE United Cor 11.700 V/t we Sou Am 0 & P __ 3 3 334 334 Court Judge Millard Detroit ( I .-_:=== = = 2 3 5q = ::: Ii 4.04 = = Corn Sack 3.00-3.25
Pepsi Cola T4OO 2TVfe ... Sou Cal Edison 12 318. 3031 Smith of TitusviHe yesterday refused York.- Bsttimore (higher) ------------ I 3110 1 3 lit
I 5.n
$NEW TOCkS-HghsrI YOlK AW-sjulet bidding props chentoy Distill TO 2V* ua %.. I Southern Paclfle 28 37V, 311" 3734 to Issue dec Rosary services will be held at ;rotall ___n______________ 3.41 23 3.113 n 4 is -- Cucumbers Bu Hamp 1.50-4.00
Celum au .. Kl 7.400 JO* ue V4. I IInt i Southern Ry _.___ 33 318. 303' 313. immediately a -QItA -
7 30 Fairchild Eggplant Bu. Hamp 1.153.00CIeecI.d
I.ad.rs. : Sunday in .U
Steady rails In mild comekaek -* Paper 7,100 41'/ uat V*., Southern Ry ft I Ollfa IIllfa 613, laratory judgment sought by p.m. .
BONDS. Republic Stl I T.100 24 u* V>. Sparks Wlthlni 1 41. 43. 47. Chase and Co. Sanford. which Funeral Home. Funeral services ) Lettuce,

COTTON-Lower* mills offering tat Curtis Publish TfOOO 7 ua V*. Sperry Corp I 193. 1111 1834 will be held at 9 am. Monday In "toB's:: In: ::. Iceberg Crte. Dry Pale
SM Oil NJ 7,000 eVfc UP IV*. Stand Brandt Ii 293.: 2. 211 would define for all time the rightof terlll Wlreb4.

from iflYsfltOfeLCHICACOT aWHLATC105d Gin Meier *.*OO S5V up A Stand Oil Cal 14 55'. 55% ISV the Orlando Utilities with respeCt St. James Catholic Church. Inter- New York CItY (hllh.r) Can AY Car A9 Car. .. Lettuce.
Gen Else 6400 32** no. Stand OU Ind II 383. 38 38\. --_ __ few 268 2 2 aa
lower after wife ment will be in Greenwood Ceme e Iceberg Crate. Iced 4004.50
Cbs Else Ilium 'SOO 37 ua ".. to taking water from Lake ; elft: atr : -----
/ Stand OU NJ n 1'1" 683' ::
chane** 1 I l.:
rice ==== :: Peas. Field 2003.50
firm deferred monthsweak. NY Central ..JOG 13V4 up **. Stand OU Ohio I 2'1&a 271. 279. Down and other lakes In Section tery. Pittsburgh = :: :: Hamp
CORN-..May Std 8U Soc I 129, 12% I2Ifa 16. Cloeciand mosaic--- -)---------_ __ _ ___ Peppers.. Bu. Hamp 5508.00

Easedi ,ref jtbkIiia.HOGSModsrat'IY NEW YORK: UP) Stocks: Sterlint Drut8tokelyVan ____ 4 373. 37 373'. Id' _:?======::
OAT BASSETTMrs. ==== Potatoes.
MRS. SARAH :: = :: = :: =
te Ho*. High Law Last Camp 4 169, II III During the hearing it was disclosed 1truis ___
activei steady St. _______
SO rants M'h.r top S24.7S. ACT-Brlll Viet ._ 2 Te 7" 7H ]I Stone A Webster' S 12' 12', 123.Studebsker that the Utilities Commission Sarah Alma Bassett of 17 ClndnnlU (DO sale) un. __ __::::= ::_ :: ,= :: ::_ Red Bliss 50 Lb Sx A's 2.50-3.00
> : --- ----------- ___ __ _
strong Air Reduction __ 11 31 30 4 31 Corp ::: 25 18'Bunray 153' 183. -- __
.CATTLE to. S25SO.-Slow' but study t. Alaska Juneau ___? 5 44Alletbany 4 4 I OU ___ 47 1\. II 1\. and the Florida Internal Improvement W. Steel St., died Thursday at a I [f:torow er)-:::::::::::::::::::;:: === :: = :: --- :: n: Potatoes
Corp 35 3 ': 3Vs 3 If. I Sunshine Ma 2 9'I "'. 93's Board which had control local hospital. Besides her husband Totals Red Bliss 50 Lb. Sx Bs 2.25-2.50
Alice Lad Stl ____ 8 ::140.. 33', 34""'. nail & co a 33 323.: 333aT ------ few 2 68 4 2.21
DOW.JONES CLOSING AVERAGES Cyrus P. Bassett. she is survived Squash. Yellow Bu. Ramp 00-325
Al Cbrm Dye 1 IB*'. U.. 1011. i over lands In the area had GRAPEFRUIT

NEW YORK Op.n Nigh Law ClM Nat CS i i Am Airlines ___-_ 87 .'. Texas Gulf Sulph 6 493,. 483. 48\'. Lennereu. I..". ..... T.... Sweet
3 0 lAds 14T.2O 1M.4J 144.M 147 M up 1.M Am Cable Rad ___ 13 4S 4S .Ifa 'Tex Pac C A 0 1 28 28 28 subsequently was cancelled. It 8.n "
30 Rails 43.07 43.SO 41.it 4J.24..p 0 17 i iII i Ant Can _-__ 4 89* 89'. B9' Tex Pac L Trust 18 1'i% 173's 1'i% was on this agreement that Chase Services will be held at 2 p.m. New York City (higher) _____ at.?:: ftlre 8 ;'g4 : ;-0; Potatoes Bu. Hamp 2.50-3.25

Utils. 32.1& 113 3311 31M eff 0.OSSStktStM Am Car Fdy __-__ 10 40* 40... .O'fa I Tide Wat A OU ___ 17 11 11 11I Monday at Fairchild Funeral Philadelphia Irregular_ ____ ) ---__ 2.16 3 2 11 2 2.59 2 2.53 Tomatoes
and Co. had filed the bill of Boston Iowtr) ____
complaint _____
( SMS MM SU4us> Uends. ; 0 3'. 3!. 3'. u ____ 1 1.110 3 2." .
i Am A For Pow Transamerlca IS 12". 12 12 --
Close Net Cl.. > -- the two Home. The Rev. Mitchell R. Gar- Pittsburgh .- ____..______ Crates 36 1 Lb
Am P P 2 Pf 13 18 151 181fa Trans A West Air 9 18 133. 153' groups.
__ __.___ _.102." eft ..17 Cle4eland (no sale) :: ___= :: = :: ::: :: ::: -- ::
40 a. ," ---- : Carton
.n Am locomotive 17 21 20'. 201. Tri-Cont Corp 5 5% 5', 59. rett will officiate. Interment at 6.75-7.50
u Attys, J. Thomas Gurney andJ. Chicago (steady) _________
20 lit Rails _._.._,. _....-T-.--.HO 20 ue 0 OS Am Pew A Lt 36 liVe 10'. 113. I Twent C-Fox 20 30 299. 211. -- --- ___._ 1 2,42 -- II 1.80
I' 2,11 Sails .__-_ _-----. N.1a .tt '.75 Am Rad St 8 -_- 27 13 12. 13 Thermold ___ 101.10 __ 10.. P. Lea. representing the Utilities Woodlawn Memorial Park. 8t. --- ---- I l.e5 Tomatoes Crates 50 Lbs'i I
10 ______-.107.75 iff SOS Am Roll Mill _n_ 23 28'* 21 280. Twin CoachUnion __ __ 11,. 113'n 113. Commission declared (ao a.le) -------__=_ :: = :: ::: :: = __ :h Oranges ... .... Box $2.75
so lids __ _.. .__ _..__ 104.34 0.04 Am Smelt A B 4 SOS &0". MIfa I U duringthe Detroit (lower ---------_______ __ ___ 1 1115 __ ___ I 201 _ _ _
Transact*"! In atocka. uMd In averaoM hearing that It had not been PROF. JOHN W. GORBY Biltmore (higher) ---------- 1 225 1
Am BU Fdrs 6 211 293. 29. Bag A P 11 2834 211. 28". -- -- --- -- ---
.... 4 Totall ___.____
,ail.. ___ __
__ _
44JOO: 1 2.15 18 .
tercl.nelu.trl.l. Am Services for Prof. John W. 244 14 3.41 22
Butar Ret 1 35 35 35 UnIon Carbide U 979. 969'' 973. the Intention of the commissionever \Eggs and Poultry
nOI uttlitws, 43,000; total 154.15. Am Tel ft Tel 32 182 V. III" 1112I Union OU Qal 3 20\'a' 20\11 20\'a' take Gorby. who died Wednesday in \ ; .
to any water from the I .. _.._
I I .u..vvn.. laD'. -'.". .
Am Toll B 30 681. 111,1. gU. Union Pacific 3 l2e 125 125 ". ., u,
NEW YORK tAPJ The stock I Am Viscose 15 Ulfa 421. UlfaI United Air Lines 19 2.% 2494 249. lakes. DeLand. were held Thursday eve- day In Fairchild Funeral Home. ]I Session Will Be I I fresh etss:

selective I Am Wa& WIra: I. 14 13'.. 13'. United Aircraft 211 III" 181. 19\.a They further Insisted that can- ning from Eiselstein-Wigginton A sales to retailers
market yesterday got a Am Woolen 30 31" 30'. 311fa United Corp _116 3 21. 27. For Mr. Henry Willard Palmer !i Net Cur
although demand Anaconda Cop 18 35&a 35 35\. United Fruit 14 483'. 47'. 48 cellation of the agreement had Home for Funerals with Dr. John Resumed TodayA I I Grade A WL IIkt I
foothold on recovery Armour It Co _____ 2S 10'. 10" 101. i United Gas Imp _. 3 22 22 22 ended any relationship betweenthe Branscomb officiating Interment of Clear Lake Manor will be held Per da Per .

was notably timid and many Laid Dry Ooodt ._ 3 155. 153. 133. U a Gypsum ___._- a'l 110 IIII commission and the board In will be in Evanston Ill. at 3 pjn Saturday from Page- I civil session of the Circuit :I Larte -_____ ___ _. 21 2405 18Medium
Atch T 8F 18 75 7. 743. U 8 Indue Chem I UI.Io 459'. UI.IoU -- _
leaders did little or nothing on AU Coastt Line I .4!a 443. 443. I S Rubber 18 .at. 443. 0",. this case. Prof. Gorby was associate pro- Theus Chapel Leesburg. Inter Court is scheduled to be resumed Small n .___nn________. IB 1

All Refining 2 32'. 32'. 323. U svSteel --- 63 III!. lie .669. Atty. Maxwell Wells. for Chase fessor of Industrial Management. ment will be in Brooklyn. I I today before Judge Frank A. Extra large n __ 28 6
the comeback.The Atlas Corp 0 Z33's 225. 223.I I Sales direct to consumers
revival was attributed main II Vie Chem WksWalworth 2 38 3. 31 and Co.. served notice at the con- Business Principles and Sociologyat For Mr. Brttton Allen [ ] Smith when Robert E. Kelly brings I Net Per

covering and buyingby Bald Loco .'-- S II 18% 18 V4 W clusion of the hearing that he Stetson; University. Pet ''i suit against Chip Buchan for $15.- Grade A WU Dot.
to short Vincent will be held .
ly at 4 Per ds la CrtaLarte
Bait ft Ohio 118 014 84 9 Co ___ 21 I .1. 1'100 pm 000
Besides his Mrs. Burta damages. '
professionals who felt that Barnsdall Oil 10 23' 22>" 2314 Warner Bros Piet 59 153' 16 16". would bring new evidence on the sister day from Zellwood Methodist'I I i .. 24 os 85Medium
retreats to within BeU AlreBendlz ___ I 121. 12>4 12439H West lad 8u -_._. 28 2H. 231.10 239. issue before the court within the Wells Orlando, he is survived by Kelly's suit against Buchan. I ._ : : 21 80
three successive .Avlat 15 301fa 291 West Un Tel A 12 18'. 183. U... Church The Rev. O K. Magarlan Small ______ .. 18
I 6
two Paul Gorby. Evanston which ended in a mistrial in a recent -
last Octo- next 15 days. sons Extra large ____._ __ 28
reaching distance of Best Ponds 4 22211.. 22V4. Westln Air Br 9 289. 28 28 will Burial will be In :, I n.
zer's bear market low entitled Beth SteelBlawKnox 18 s0s 'rll*. BO'.'. Westln Lice 13 23'.. 231. 231.10 and John W. Gorby Jr. of Carthage ofciate. {I term of the court, involves a S hales to Bale teRetailert

rebound ___ I 141/ 14 14V Wbeelin Steel 8 3H.. 331fa 3H'. COURT HOUSE RECORDS Dl. and a daughter. Mrs. Zellwood. j I claim based on an automobile.moI ConsumersLive
.the list to a technical Boeing Airplane 4 III" 16. 16S White Motor __ 4 21' 213.: 21% Marriage Application I I Dressed Live Dressed,
even If the downswing was to be Borden Co 4 401. 40. 40aBoriWsrner Willys-Overland 32 8 In 8 Warren Levi Burkett Jr.. 20 student, Harriet Narrin. Milwaukee. For Mr. Thomas Auginbaugh torcyle collision near Palatka. i iI Florida Dressed Dr'wn it DrP..ra
Wilson A Co = 10Woolworth 129' : 12 bale Ardella 'I 2-3 Ibs 38 57 43 >
11.0 394 40 Winter Park and Skipper. will be held at 10:30
: Saturday
.resumed later. Branlft Alrw 3 0& ,1,. 9H. trW) 14 44Worthlnt ... 449. 443. IB ttudent Rout One. Boa 1058 FUNERAL SERVICES am. I I Ii Brolt,. under
Mild inspiration was derived Bricct Mft __ 4 32 31>. 32 P & U :3: 51Tonntst '. II 517 Thorns Arthur Barrier 29 apprentice from Eiselstein WiggintonHome Catholic Women Elect Hens 38 57 43 65

from the John L. Lewis agreement Budd Co ___ as 103. I'. 103. V electrician Route 5. Mox 79 and JusnitaJune For Mrs. Emma Elizabeth Porter for Funerals Dr. John heavy
Balova Watch I 2'7 263. 27 Bh & T 27 59 V. 58 Vi 58VZonlte Redman. 19 clerk) 1320 Terrace Dr. will be held at 2:30: p.m Fri I|i Mrs. S. Carle Cooling, 790 N. ,' bre. 38 51 40 50
mine dif Branscomb will officiate. breeds 28 32
to negotiate Z Bta
Burling Mills 28 153. 151fa II% Clyde Jannar Holllday Jr 33. painter Burl 1111 4 .
ferences. Burr Add MschCallahan = J._ 9 133. U 13 Products 12 .',. 8'. 6'. 90 Olrndonjo Dr.. and Rae Hurlburt day from the Gris&om Chapel, will in Greenwood Interlachen Ave.. Winter Park
Approximate total yesterday 10.000.. telephone operator. 130 E. Central will b I DUN AND BMADSTRErT
i C Platt.. 22 Kissimmee. Burial be in Rose I was elected president of Winter NEW YORK (UP) Dun and Bradltret.I

The question of labor legislation Z-Lead 7 23. 2 23. Henry Lee Coppi Jr.. 20. student Tampa Hill Cemetery.For CARD OF THANKSWe |i I Park Catholic Women Club yes- dally weighted price tndex of 30 ble commodities
business outlook. taxes.. Can Dry O Al. 20 13" 12Y. 11os Citrus Report compiled for United (1930-
the and Susannah Urle. 20. student Frost terday at the group's annual meet- P.
Canad Pacific 112 10', 9'. 10 wish to express our deepest apprrcta.tlon ]1 I 32 seers cc equals 100):

and foreign problems again pro- I Carrier Corp .___ '7 13s 133. 13' CAR LOT SHIPMENTS REPORTED FOR proof Willard Rudolph Allen 24. mechanIc Miss Cecelia Quinn of 828 to all of our friends and neighbors I Yesterday _.n____________ 25589

Tided the principal restraint. Case (JI Co _____ I 313. 31 3H. TME U. S. FOR WEDNESDAY 212 Otlethorpa St. and Beule Lorena Magnolia Ave., will be held at 9 I and the Rev Branseomb al Eiselstein : Ing.The I Wednesday ,__________?_ 25409
I CaterpU Tractor I 511fa 513. 513. Funeral Home for all the kind and I I Week ago _-________
Commodity Fla| Cal |Arx.l La. |Te*.|Q nd Fuetleln 23. burse 28 X. Copeland 25.1
Assorted steels motors. oils and Celanese Corp ..___ 1'7 18' U& 180/ total cars cars!!cars c.ra.total I John Stephen Silvasy. 38 bar tender. ajn. Saturday from St. James thoughtful deeds rendered us during our Te unbleachable wool from I Month ato _h_- :

out in front dur- CeutYoundry.._._ 3 1' I 9 Oranges -- .I 2401 214! 71 I I I j I I '05 Oak Ae. and Joseph Deletes Hart Catholic Church. Rosary services I recent= bereavement ; sheep woven into clothing Year ago .: _= 19401:
rubbers stepped JOHN A. JACKSON SR. 1 _.__ .
__ 1947 huh (March 18) 269 21
Cerro De Pas 1'7 31" 3H. 313. .
Grapefruit 112 4 6 2
) I ford. 32. 105 Oak AreLeon :
I ,h will be conducted at 7:30 pjn Fri- JOHN A. JACKSON JR. AND WIFE.SUI66ED for the *_ _._ .
1947 low (Jan.
ing the forenoon but dealingssoon Certain Teed Prod 1:1: 13'. 13 133. Mixed citrus 401 21 I I I 42 Levi Gould. 56. garage Sprint- cler. 23 UUh 232 80
slowed and top gains of frac- Ches ft Ohio _-____ 11.. 43's 41" Unreported-M.y 13: Tease 3 oranges field Mass and Elsie Bray TrcTarthen. ---
Ch M SP ft Pie 12 s5. ,1. 83. ... N _
n Te" 73 erapefrult: Texas e mixed c= 52 housewife Rt. 4. -
tions to two or more points were Chi ft NWChrysler __ __ 11 17. 111" 111'. -S-.
SUMMARY OF PASSINGS Howard Raymond Lett 23 electrician ( ? r5MCOnMOU
reduced In the majority of cases Corp ___ 11 983. 9714 11'11. THE FLORIDA GATEWAYS 1tru..I 613 Woodward and Marilyn Alice Mooney. .- MIcT P'.T IJU5T PILOT THE YEAhAM'AIZPLAME HOW OVA CAO- $$4E TELE1O ( cAY. CAAMDN?

at the close.A Cit Colcate Finan Palm_._P___ I S 393..0 311 3'40,. 3B"" Atlanta Including for 24-hour diversions period at Sarannah ending 8am and.: 24. Lake Side Dr.Suits ._ WIlY E 4oZ AT M SE APoeE1 A4 WITH THE ME5E )CUE IT WIT'CXS T>'TIlE SLACK OMMrA6NE\THE NEW HEAP OP THE BUCK

number pivotals ended on Col Fuel ft Ir I 131.. 131. 13" East West South Total Chancery TZOWEL3t'IJZ MEN col. You oUNP : fnjFFN THE PACK.. JiW PLAYIM' CANYON ? J OtL COMPANY OWCEIN CMAAAPACPE FIE.LD cORMWuvw

the offside after touching lows Coml Colum Credit 0 ft H__ 74 I 3'rY.101. 311"10" 371,1.10.,. I Oranges Grapefruit____ 111 52 44 10 33 8 190 70 beck Irene divorce B. =Hornbeck TS Parrell I... Horn. #' ; l IN TOWN AMP WE CAN'IONI t'i'rz MAYBE VCV SHOULD doOgY T'tET K W YOCK... 1 TIIEZE-I THlMC A

for the year. Transfers of 770.000 Coml Solvents a 22 211. 211.Com..lth Mixed citrus ____ 11 8 11 28 Geneva Wesly TS Alfred Wesly divorce NIEZE 5HOTATA5WEUMFEP// NC6OPYFIU.Ut 1 FILL ME IN I //ME TALWN'/.. IduMwo... : PEKONAL vicr; FEOM TWE
Edls __ 13 29". 29" 211&a Total held. 6 See free dealership
shores compared with 1050.000 cars a m. '7I1t.rduor- Gwendolyn o --
Comwlth ft South ..210 2.. 23. 23. ante: 15 trapefrult: 3 mixed citrus Miry 8 Thompson adoption t -. MCONd WITH CAU.IM0 IM OJ T1li 05. 'its BONK M THE; OWNER WOULD CAM TH1N65

Wednesday. Cons Edison _____ 32 25." 2a". 2al. PASSINGS POTOMAC YARD AND PASS Mollie M Lefkowits vs Ullle R Salter 1: PAZZLh? WNUo0551 *
stock Cons Vultee ..,-_; 13 U&a 131,1.. 131,1.. INGS AND DIVERSIONS AT CINCINNATI dissolution of partnership ,
Associated Press $
: Coot Bank ____ 4 14'. 141,1., 141fa for 24-hour period ending Sam. yesterday: I Clark W Jennings TS Jessie P Btoutamlre PUTTiMd THEM OM THE CASE*
composite was up .3 of a pointat Coat Can 20 37' 38.. 3111" Tan- et sir quiet title i.chI

60.5 its first advance since Cont Motors 13 7'. 1.. '7" Or. Orape- .er- Mixed Arthur W Newell and Board of County "
Coot Oil Del _____
4 374 3'7% 3'7'. anges fruit inet Citrus Commissioners P.tlUon.cn '
Saturday. Of 922 issues regis Cora Exchance= __. 70 54*. a. 54'. Baltimore ?._?_ 4 3 1 of. Orlando TS Teadon M Bier quiet
tering. 475 rose and 245 felL Cora Products 2 66*** 1111" 6614 Boston__ __ ._ .. 2 title w i--
Crane Co ._ 11 2111,1. 21'" 21.. Buffalo _____ 3 1 Instrument Filed P 1w.s' 5JLL
Allied Chemical added 2 1-4 at Crucible Steel ___. 7 28V4 25' 25'. Cleveland ___ 4 1 Louis E. Gabel et us to State; el FlaCEdwln rI

169 7-8. Eastman Kodak 2 at 234. Curtis Publishing 79 7*. '73. 1" Columbus O. L.__ ._ 1 ,, *
Cnrtlss-wncht __ 10 4H 4'. Detroit ___ 3 3 MeQuartert et al to State
American Tobacco "B" 1 5-8 /
Deere ft Co ___ 1 34 3. 34
New Karen 1 __ ._ of Fla sub enc ; I
68 1-2. Standard Oil NJ.l 1 1-2 Del &: Hudson __ S 34 38 38 New. Yore City ._ 20 6 ? :2: Hewitt W. Willlts et ux to Henrietta : _: ,

at 68 1-2. Union Pacific 1 3-4 at Del Lack & West .. 12 8H I I". II" Philadelphia 6 3 .. B. Boyce et Tlr wd 810 1'
Detroit Edison ___. 17 231. 233. 231" Pittsburgh _____ 8 2 Eugene V. Haynes et ux to R.. G Pitman -
125. Montgomery Ward 1 1-4 at Disk Corp-Seat 16 3.2'. U\ 123.12cm. Providence _____- ._ I et ux wd 10. .. ,.. .. ri i
61 78. Douglas Aircraft 1 1-4 at Mines _= 14 16Ts 16'. Washington DCS _. __ n Chip Bnchaa to John W. Davis et nx _
Douglas Aircraft= _, 3 594 1111" IlIIIfa Held for reconsltnment. Potomac Vard.I wd 810 I
69 1-2 and American Smelting one Dresser Indust 13 15>: 14'. 15
4 a.m. yesterday orange: 3 trapefrui\. Melitta P.. Conklia to Charles T. Perry I
at S 12. Third Avenue Transit DuPont De N .-. 13 179U 1'im: 176Eastern e' ix wd $10.Elmer r; TIlE ddNt'AA1EG Sill' I hAlt.AMP ThAi' V 7 I IANNAI

'was up one at 8 3-8 following election I C CHICAGO LIVESTOCK Anderson et nx to Gulf Life SD r-I ) EcglaENT COOP cuni v5 \ viz y uii.m nwr sc.QLuI3nw4c.d4. -
I Air L 11 20S 203. 20"" CHICAGO IAP>-(USDA) Salable hois 7.- Ins Co mil 83000 A't AvTPcowENiEMTAtAR;
of an opposition slate of di- '. Eastman KorakEl 4 234 232' 23. 500 total 10500: moderately active and V. J. Windham to 8. Minerva Mori an w fiMlM.4i.91, 300 *13%' PIttI ALL 4COUN1" THE Mi34T utn

,rectors. Homestake Mining advanced -.'I. : Power & Lt 15 13';. 12'. 13 very uneven steady to 25 cents hither assign mts.Benismin' I, P Ic ) C1FICVLTY T41W3. 5Th NOT 'CITY. Tilt)' WOULD QUESTION sin V CEVICE IN MrtP/ ,. .
I Emerson Elm ___ 3 10'. 101. 100. most advance on weights. 250 Ib and up: F. Green et ux to MargaretAnne BTTPOUT AT7Z2C71NC ATTEWTIC8I. QLjfl 73lJ7I ( TflEIWA5gOllJANP' ( \ TOCI1TMTOCI1Aa .
7-8 to 44 1-4. a 1947 high. EBD Pub Service --- 40 2814: 252a.: sows 50 cents hither: top 24.75; bulk good Green et al 'qcd 810Martaret : EMA4NE' KCWTWE FOUCEAMD :.
1uss1gnswerereta1nsbyUS.Steel. Erie RR ____ 11 8H 83. 83.Psrnz and choice 170-2SO Ib 24.00-24.75: 260-480: Lersch et vir to Benjamin I ATTJUT; StY PEt you c MIE'HiH lMPLE.t '!._ r Cl& I ,

I F Ib 23 00.24.1S: 290-330 In. 21.75-23.00;'330- T Green et al qcd 810M r > WOTICEARE PJU-t EW
Republic Steel. Youngstown ] Tel ft Rad __ 10 SH 5\ S" 375 Ib 2050-2200 around 400 Ib weights O Overstreet et al to Grover, H. t gil f ztAUX A g.31T cATcsw5i
4 *
Sheet. General Motors. Chrysler. I Firestone T & RFllntkote 9 48'. 47 .4 47'. 20.00: most good and choice sows 18.7519 Olmstead et ux deed of conveyance 810 ; i oLL.Y A NlilT WcIJLCN'rcgEATEI.
__ .SO: bulk of them weighing over 400 lb. Lynn H. Thames et nx to J. M. Reynolds -
Texas Co. Goodrich. U. S. Rubber 11 263. 25 H 26 .
Tic, MUCH Q A 6Tl.
Salable cattle 4 000 total 4.SOO. salable et ux mil 810000 I 5
Florida Pow
_, 2 133. 15'. 15V
Sears Roebuck International a calvea BOO. total 800; good and choice Louise E. Slppel et Tlr to Oeorte trite II

Harvester Public Service of N. J.. i Oem nee 87 32'4 lILt 32" fed steers weighing 1.050 Ib upward slow et ux wd 810 I
I Gen Foods 9 40" 40t. .0'. but steady at Wednesday decline;; medium E. L. Walter affidavit ; ::
North American. Consolidated OeD Motors ____ 69 55 S 64'. 551. trade steers and aU trade yearlings moderately O Wayne Gray to Ellen B. Butts wd ; :4

Edison. Kenneeott. duPont. Union Oen Pub UtU _.. IS 13S I3Ifa 13a. active steady to. stront good to 810James ,
low-choice steer with weight 2400-2550: H Williams et nx to Fir Fed '
Carbide, U. S. Gypsum. New York I Gillette Sat R 29 2111.10 251. 2110. 25.50 strightly choice lacking medium ; .-
Ooodrtch Central. Southern Pacific, Pennsylvania TAROrabam _h_ 14 47 411 .11 and food yearlings 20 50-24.OO. load strictly C. W. Irrtanc Jr et ux to H. James I =
good to choice 1.020 lb. weights 25.25: H. Williama et ux wd 810J .
, Railroad. Great North- -Patte Mot 34 3% 3'. 33. W
Ot North Ry PI 22 39 38&a 39 heifers steady to strong; load strictly good W. Heath et ux to Herman Shiver
'ern Highway. American to choice 971 Ib weights 24.SO. fully .
Woolen. greyhound Corp ___ 18 29>4 28'. 293. cows et ux wd 810Wlllard
Schenley. Pepsi-Cola and Texas drum Atre En _.__ 6 20 V, 193. 203. steady compared with Wednesday tow O Mortan et nx to John A.
Oulf Mob & Ohio 19 7>. 1 '7 close\ most beef cows 14.50-11.00; caaDersaad Davies et ux wd 810 I
Gulf Sulphur Ion a raised dividend Gulf Oil __ 15 60V 60"1. 001faH.rt cutters 11.00-14.00; bulls about steadytop John H. Batchelor et nx to J. Henry
]. H ?- 17.50 on good weighty ..u.... kinds TlndaU et al rate 81080
vealers strong at 2700 down.. Frank Gleason to Ella: M Williams wd
Sen M 1 30 30 30Haei
American Telephone. Glenn Mft __ 11 I". Salable sheep 3500 total 5000 alow, '10. IJnt 'flt4svt' ':
SS 5H :
Martin and Santa Fe hit bottom Homestake MiD _, 1'1 443.: 43'4 44 V. clipped lambs steady wooled. lambs steadyto William H. Marshall et nx to Harry a ( i5 i-JuKlC t -&.v-WT ft5..L 'l
for Houston OU '7 20'. 19'. 20V. 50 cents lower: other classes scarce: A. Joslyn et ux: wd 10. G '
1947 with minor recessions.American Hudson Motor -___ 33 135. 14>. 14>4112H four loads just good 108-114 Ib wooled J. Henry Tlndall to Emil Larsen wd Sill C "m.L cJL -/. D --L* <2*+*U f iL W-u*C.-J< sjf-
Sugar Refining lost 2% I Inuaoll lambs 22.00: good and choice ol-skins Hells M. Schlulnier to A. C. BlsseJ 'J h-! 2

at 35. Small minus marks were I i Central U 20" 20 20 absent quotable around SO cents lower: et nx tad 810 t o LoI c&tdI-91L9> ***. CAJ< r- / 4i
several loads medium and good wooled 4 ; .,, 4-t
Ernest Bedworth to Daniel A. Temple '
Interlake Iron .____ I 10 10'" -
101. % W 4 BJ
shown for ; f4 -C4 mtiika'.stJ.d
Commonwealth & lambs 2075-2150 three decks strictly et ux wd. 810 .i,
Int Harvester ...._ 7 10'. 80 1I0&aIDt t'AA1 0A4dctuL '
tood and choice 96-100 Ib fed -
clipped Norman J. Behr to Fir Mat Bank -6it
Southern. Orlando Q
American Water Works. Nick Can ?_, 29 30'* 303. 303.: = : MA44 oc
lambs with No. 1 pelts 2225 five loads ( 5-4 r .
mtc 87 700
Int Paper ___. 71 42 V4. 42% 41',, ?
Engineers Public
Service. Socony 2175 and 22.00. few good and choice I
Clark w. Jennings vs Jessie p. Stouta- .1J
lot Tel Tel 61 11U 11 11'a'
native Sprint lambs 23.00. .12t1 4 h.F0.s.L.4sl.L11L
Glmbel. Chesapeake & Ohio and J mire et wit Its pendens ai- '

Norfolk & Western. Johns-ManTllle -_ 4 113 113 blush Isaac Adams et ux to Norman roc. 2:1: a o tLP1--.e-
Jones It L 8U 26 30V. 29 S 29% COTTON CLOSING i. Behr et nx wd 810 I ,'
Bonds steadied. Grains ran K NEW YORK (AP) Cotton future* closed: Prescott V. Steele to Perry R Holism JJ -

into selling after early strnegth. Kan City South I 18 1'71.10 111 unchanged te 75 cent a bale lower yeeterday et ux qcd 810 .- S ss.J.JJJu -i.talsAAi.4 .'- _
Kenneeott Cop 34 44>. Ulfa 44" in active dealings. Early strength Irving Coleman to La rick Frsnkel etux W -
At Chicago wheat ended off I Kroger CoLaclede __- 1 42V 421fa Ulfa developed a. short covering in May lifted nut 5800.Herbert s .D;;; ifl.-it(. 4'1
,1 1-8 to 2 cents a bushel. corn L that position about 82 a bal prior t. expiration A. Ingle et nx to Sanford "1.

off 1-4 to 1 1-8 Oat .___ 12 5 4'% 5 I of trading at noon. Atlantic National Bank mtt 86.000. k 4 -
up and oats down Lehith C '4 N 7 9% 9H 5,4LibOPOlsu..12 Following a withdrawal of May support Reuben Olnther et ux to Henry Tlndallet # : -.
3-8 to 7-8. Cotton was unchanged ao 49 V4 4948V4 the market encountered liquidation and al mtt 81.2250 I &jvEWm.ctSL.Flz:4L.

to off 75 cents a bale. Libby MeN= L _, 20 814 8V. I hedging with prices drooping Sift a bale Carrie. Richmond to W. D. Shaw etnx 7 j'.L k n2tt:42.4 .
Lockheed: Alre ___ 15 13\.a U% 12'. before a late rally developed I wd 810 ; d .J .
Among curb gainers were Alum- Loews Inc __ 21 213. 21 21*-. The market reflected mixed opinion I Paula Harder et Tlr to Peter Buehham- ; I

inum of America. Cities Service. LorUlard (P.) 10 18'. 11\1. 18H among trader over price trends. Freer I ncr et nx wd 810 I Gf .,
Creole MMackTrucks.2 I selling ef spot supplies by mill In theopen James E. Bates et tu to Chester C. _
Petroleum and Middle n 44 45- market was reported, and disturbedentiment. Fosiate meg 84000 -

West Corp. Turnover here was I Mae (RH) ___.._. 3 32" 31Y. 333. Elmer w Lon et nz to Ray L. Header rl'JO
230.000 shares I Marine Midland 25 '7 II% 11'100 t Open High Low Last qcd 1100.Chari. I L FIV MIIJIJTEc LA BOWkO, 'yOU DIRTY 7 HESTWINGTO KILL MEf]
versus 300.000 Wed- Marshall Field .__ 9 2S25 253. xMay MC3 36.6J 36.IS 34.21July .. Q. Payne et nz to Rafus A. GUY HE
nesday. Martin OL> 83 1s3i 17'. 18*. I 34.25 34 35 33.84 34.OS.07 unch to off Purcell et ux wd 10. PCP0Q'r roi CDOI FOR CRY-VI'wHo HERE COMES.
Mid Coat Pet 6 3S&a 3JV4 35 S I Oct. < '.SO2: >.S02S042: : .3O32effJ5Dec. ; William E. Dowdy It nx to Edward AGAIN!
MoKanTrzsa. ..,.. 22 4 4 4 .21.SO 2S.M 3S.17 2*.M off 11 E Martin ct nx mtf 82.000. JOE. WtrLLrLL SEE WAS THAT WH- -
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA FRUITS Montom Ward __ 20 II'. II 111'. Mc'". 27.gy JT.gy ay.co 27.y'n eff 14 B. Frank McClroy cl al to B. Minerva VQU LATHE?. ZIP IVE COT
(AP) The Federal-State May .27.52 27.52 27.18 27JSn oft IS Mortan
Market Murray Corp _.... 2 11% 1134 11% assIgn mtf
Mews Service early Mew York NNalhKelYlaator Middling spot 36.7Sn off 2. Katie B. Mitchell to C.. R. Whltfleld -ro DEUVER ThESE
market on Florida fruits and vegetsbles: I', 30Nat 153. 14' 15V. N-nominal. b-bid. _..k.eI.W .t 11& .d 110.Vln' .

Poorer hap 1.23 Be-2 ns 50. bu Florida Plentiful Belles 3..00-3..M.I I Airlines _____ 4 14 13*. 14 May contract expire at noon today. Deeriac to William I. Dowdy et $
3 00-3: SO, I
Poorer 1.00.260. I Nat' Auto Fib 1 10 10 10 nx ancillary administratrix deed 84 000
300-350. few strlntlesa Black Valentines Nat Biscuit ______ 14 2.1.10 21.. 29 NEW ORLEANS AP) After early advances Edward Meiner et ux to John Basad II
400. poorer 100-2.50. ._ __ here yesterday cotton future. declined Bsaanda .
Nat Can
Bountiful few 1.00.1.Th. 4 0'. 9t. 9% et nx wd 810
Lima Beans bu 3.50-6 00.Wax best Sew:.50. : Nat' Cash Ret ..?.. 4 3111. 311&a 3e-. under long realizing and telling' Fla Bank at Orl to Edward Miner
Cabbage 60 pound sacks 00-4 00 Nat Dairy Prod 13 30'2'&a 300. based en favorable crop reeert and easiness et ux sm.Rufus .

4JO-S 00. Irretular 2.50-3.50 domestic. round Nat' Distillers 25 193. II 111.10 'In grain. May expired at 11 amThe A. Purcell et u to Charles Q.
C.ler M-taeh= crates Nat Gypsum 9 IIII-a 1111. 1111:' market closed steady 20 cents to 75 Payne et nx mtc 83500
Ooldenheart 3 dot Nat Lead 3 273. 21'. 2'1\'a cents a bale lower. I II Harvey A. NeSmith et !
550-400 4 dot S.50-4 SO I dot h-- nx to Am Fire
B dot 3.00-4.50. 10 dot 2 50-4.OoTxXa I 1 Nat Pow Lt ___; 11 1. 1'. 13.: | Open High Low CloseMay I and Cat Co. mtc 87600'
,_ HoOS 34.JO 35.74 M.14July ___
300-275. few 175 Pascal typiSdoa NeSt Corp _._-_ 1 113. 153. 193. Central Title- and Trust Co.. second
: : I Newport Indust 10 281. 211 _.3431 34 20 33.74 13 97'98 off 4 annual
% 263' report
8.504.00. SS dot estate of Thurmond
S 50-4 Mi.nors.
50. 3 dot -
600- NY Central RR __ 43 13% 13". 133. I Oct. _....2'.4S: :21.4* 29.02 :29.2C 28 effDec. 5 I I
50 4 dot few .
6 50 6 dos 4 75-5: I \
00 i NYC11I&SLLPI: 2 12 112 112 __28.45 28.47 28.14 28.33b eff 12 Central Title
Corn 45 bu and Trust Co. eighth
yellow 3 an
00-3 25
doa 300-225. sacks S dot 350400.: sack= S No Am ATlatlon 27, 8 7". 7-. March _.27'" 27.91 27.57 27.74. off 12 oust report-estate of Lee Roy Mclntyre ,
I: North Amer Co 12 25" 25" 25\'a' May Central Title
Cucumbers bu fair to nod 4 oo-a.SO. I and Trust Co. first sono.1 ,
(1948) 27.41 27.44 27.11 27JSk off 15aIIlcI.
Northern Faelfle 47 16". 141. ISOht. report
ordinary fair 2.60-4.SO. poor ** orcl1JlaO'2.002.ao. estate of William H. Harbin. I
ens raark 3 00.3 1i0. j o Grace D. DooUteJL order for distribution
Eggplant bit 4.00-5.00. few <.50. smaller OU __ S 22% 2222. estate of Silas Dean.
low as 300..ZDd.17S.CZIC0y7. Omnibus Corp __ 9 I'. 7% CURB STOCK LIST Inventory and appraisal estate of Wil
ba lair i 1 i OUs Elerator .____ 4 2alfa 253. 25'. Furnished through Merrill Lynch Pierce liam J. Stevens
300. poor 1 SOZsearole 1 Fenner Beane
: Owen. in Glass :: au' : Inventory
2.00. 3 743. 131. 743. and appraisal estate of Wil
I p Aluminum Co. of Amer. _____ 83 J4 liam C. Math burn.
ba 300-350. mostly 223-250. I Amer Cyanamid Co. B. 40*. TW6 VEhfTIUTOR
Pac Oas nee 14 3634 311 311\ .
Limes Persians 1-5 bu I .NeIiU.F.Thomas petition for letters
3.25 until fiats 350-375. cartons 2.75- Pac Tin Cons __.- 9 6 4Ya 4'. Amer Amer. Light Gas &A Elee.: -- _T_.._.__ 381! Of administration estate of Samuel B. ABOVE THE DOCK,

Okra bu 1400lsooPeppers PiCkard Motor SO 5% 53. SIfa f Ark. Nat Oas A.Traction_ _- n -,:_ 31V 4 I Thomas rr i n N BOSS. fl.h 'EsK I
Pan Am Airways __ 33 11 10' 10'. T..Tt.i C. C. Hurt, petition
bu for
California Wonders 10 so- Ashland OU A Red _ n% order of admlD1etr.uoa ,
1100. ordinary to fair 7 00-B 00. other Param Pictures _120 243. 23'. 231.Park ,I Brewster Aeronautical I II unnecessary: estate of Lena tw
bullnose fair Utah Con M 1 2\'a' 21fa 2n.. }. o. Hurt. c.
good 7.50-1050. ___
ordinary Steel ...... 4
Parke Dsrls __ 1 35 35 Inventory ,
low 35 l'.mp and
aa 400Potatoes appraisal estat of Al- .
I 1/
Corp 37% .
100 Patlno Mines 9 1010 10 mon j Thompson.

tthdi* U pound sacks. SebagoKaWior.v7' om4oSquaso -. ; Penney JC) __ S 404 401.01.10 I 1& : Patent Serrlce Arms ___ 23 2734 Inventory and appraisal estate of WU-
t1 8 1 Penn-Cent Alrt __ 11Ptnn 9L, 1I&a 'Ia llsm Haxxard HJc=b,. I ;
2.00-2.26. jew RR ____ ( Elec. Bond A Share Co. _____T._... JOH
Z.IIO-2.7S. u n 37 1111. 183. 18% t Central Title and Trust Co.. second
Pepsi-Cola __.___ -74Ptuer 27'. 2'7 27'. \' Ent A Airplane Corp. _. 2Va annual report
3-4 bu hampers yellow 3.00-3.00, n. I Glen Alden Coal Co. --. 171 estate of Rose Mary Wil
8 sis 200223. few 250-275 Chas &: Co 11 3. 311\ 39'. Humble OU A Relt liamson.
lIquUb -* bu Hampers Phelps Dodse .n__ !& 31". 383. 3. I 579' Derrick L. Johnson et nx to First Nat.
? yellow 2 00-3 00. Hecla Muuna Co. ._ 11KarI'
-- -- Vj
Phlla Blee: 7 2.'. rL Bank
24t. 24" mtt 88000
yhlte 235. Coeouiles 2 _
00-2.SO. few __
a&er :j.
3.75-3 00. Zuehlnal few 00-2.50.. f.w 3.75. Phllco' Corp __JT-.-_ 8 243. 241.. 241fa Lone Star Oas Co. ._____._ ____ IBVi W. L. Beery et uz to D L. Johnson el I
b. acorn type 3.00-3.M. Philip Morris S 28',. 28... 28% Matara Hudson Pw Corp. _T. 8 u. wd 810 C
I Phillips Pet 3 1J\os 62-. 63"- First Nat. Bank to W. L. Beery ct u. I
I Pressed BU Car S 10" 103, 10" Niles-Beement-Pond Co. ___ 11HPantrpce sm. ,
FOREIGN EXCHANOfc: Procter Gam 1 55t.s 68'. 583. OU ol: Yen. 9H A. Culver Golden to .
KXW YORK Strock: &: Co. ,. .. . ..._ 21USonotone I Philip v. JiapolltSDO.
AP) Closlnt foreign eienant ; Pub Sec NJ _____ 12 23" 2323" SPl Wd 810
rates follow (Great Britain in dol Pullman ___ I 14', I.'. M'. Corp -_ 334 Sophie Ann Woodward to Dennis Pat I
lars ether* In cents Pure OURadio 15 23&a 221. 233. 1 Schulte. Inc. __ .__ ___ 3'. Patlry. wd 810
Canadian dollar in Kw York open mar M I Stand. Pw. A Light ?______ 1'. Leonard A. Pti ct u to Sara Goldenet
kit I per cent discount or 92.00 U a. Corp __, 48 8'4 S 83'a J St. Regis Paper Co. .. 83''.1: vir. sm.Arthur .
tints tip i% of a cent Rvdlo K Omh .... 30 1:11.: 12 12 I Technicolor _u n____ 12. E. Karst et nx to W. A. Craig Ir
Europe: Great Britain $4 02**. dowa 1* RenUn Rand 17 27'. 21'. 2'1". I Textron ___...__u__..... 12 H mtt 87000 ,
of a cent: Prance (Franc) ...\* of a cent. Repub Avis .u__ 4 5". .'. 33. W. Va. Coal A Coke 10'. Oscar A. MrCoDum et nx to First Fed. lSY rwAT ')
down .OO1.: Sweden (Krooa) 27 n. lIa- Repub Steel ?n.. 72 2.1.10 23&a 2. Bav and Loan Asm. mtt 82100. : .1ii1jjtl1lIii(
eMoted: Switzerland (Franc) (comb 3340. Revere Copper A Br 10 16'. ISi' 18'1a GRAIN RANGE I Ruby E. Gallather to Oscar UcCoIlum I ; _
unchanged. Reynolds Tob B S 3'r%. 31\os 37'. CHICAGO tAP- et nx. am.Eutene ) [ LMRI.To
Latin-America: Art retina tree 24 47. 1ID- S Open Rub Low Close M. Speer et nx to Lome TAl( M's' 'ct.CG
chanted: Brasll free 8.SO. nnchanted. MeiIce I, Safeway Stores 10 21t. 30 1. 31V. WHEAT Smart et nx. wd 810 .1 SCAM -
20 12. uncbaoied. Sa.... Arms __,_ 4 1\. 8>. 8V.Ample )l., ail as '.'7240' u.. William C. Gibone et al to Zen R. LInd.N ] OF
July __._ 231 231.. 225 227 "eI $10.Richard .

Sept ___ 2.23 324 2.1112.111.. H. Brown et u to L. L B.
Dec -___ 2.19*. 2.209' 2.16a.n. Burton et nx. mtc 84000

CORN. L B. Burton et 5 x to Richard H. Brown
ParkingFacilities- May 173 1.77 5.7234' 1.1311. et nx wd 810

tCITIZ July ____? 1.6494 l.e51.1I1 1.827. Norton A. GnU et ax to R. L. Bier
Sept 155. 1.563. 1.53 3.548 mu 50000.

Des __ 1.333' 1.443' 1.41: )423: : United States of America to Gen. 8.
NATIONAL OATS Moore sat of crop lien.
BANK May 959' .540 .3'"
.n 5334 Clarence E. Bower et nx to EmU f.
July hn_ 13'. 84'. 1211 Bohlmann et nx: am.
OF ORLANDO Sept _n__ Z79'. 1n. '7S11 Emil F, Bohlmann et nx to Jewel I
I I Dee h_ 753. 153. '3,. 'l3% Williams mtc 82000 14

Member Federal Reserve System Member FJJ.C. BARLEY George R Crisler et nx to TU Bank '
May 1.363' "hi'
and Trust
I -- ----- m -- n J JJa i Co mtc SVXXL
Mary Deerinc to Emil
E. Robinson at Court St. Dial 7141 ;, ._ 18.M UII2 nao U501 nx lID.I Bohlmann et
I I III'i Sept 19.10 19.10 la 82 18.75 Lena D Brannoa to I I
Oct == ____ __-- 18.50: I I et ux wd 810 Cornelias L. Barley I

Nov IUS IUS 1U2 11.112 hula Hsrfllnt to State of Fla sod SL. I


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with withers all appliances (no lion and repairs. Also repairs OB Slats; replaced with aluminum. 8 new edger Reasonable rates blonde. 869.50. Others. 889 50 up ltlr.tor. several makes. Kehrtna- : MAY 18. 1847 PAGE 1
radios); reasonsble. Work cutrtnteed all borne and ear radios. PullerBros Guaranteed not to peel rust er chip. I C. R. Burke.. 180S 8 Bumby. 7831 Moore Furniture Co, 2300 Edgewater t Pt. Bumby Hardware. 102
R. H. Medlla; pa.. ,364 e>r 114-B Perk Ave.. 8, Winter I, For any kinds of blinds 20e per so.ft I I TYPEWRITERS-Rental machines for Dr In College Park I Church W'j 33.
C.. 23021. Park, ph .1.. at factory RefinIshing and Articles for Sale .
10. Baby Slttert I Immediate delivery. Office Equipment BATTERIES for radios All tjit ELECTRIC RANGES-Apartment else
CLEANING AND PRESSING Ca.halld gWWiiDED. grassed top loll- I I pairs by factory trained .mplo,1'0-1' Exchange. Smith-Corona Agents I flash Itsht battenes. large or I and fall sued For Immediate delivery Duo-Therm, circulating
BOARDING HOME .... All lawn work. Free eitlmetei.Eberbardt Orlando Venetian Blind Mfg 220 8. Main 8U TeL 8850.I : small. B. F. Goodrich. Oarlaad andRobinson Modern Appliances. Inc.. 428 | mAT.. upright piano, all
: carry prices will save you I 1739 8. Kohl .0$'. ugnod
A mediately for 2 .- money. Brim us your clothes Superior I I 2-1740 I I' Ave.BEDROOM I N. Orange Ave j condition 815 E. Amelia
ken old. Ptione 2.1 139 Cleaners. 214 Boon. St. LAWN MOWING-With power mower VENETIAN BLINDS MADE-Beltworkmanihlp. GrtTTt rang & i tl for 1000 square ft Estimatesfor materials Complete room cabinet and 810 95. Orlando
CONCRETE FLOORS. We form. I Co. ill I romex 2-14; typewriter desk, ;
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rates for working pour and finiah floors complete garden rare by teaion. reconditioning shop. Adirai. lit W. jl I ATTIC FANS-An glzet Complete some other odd furniture Woodlawn, and 615 W FmlUf I cam register; counter scales: :
3 years and up call I : : of elrln..,.. walks and concrete steps. For W. C. Frate. landscaping 2.4409.ji'iii.DPrompt Central. 9325.WASHING selection ot small fan Orlando Cemetery Road. Lake Rose 1sthouse FURNITURE-See Mills-Ward Furniture pesnut toaster: I ft. lee :
or In.BEV&RAOE. 'I
I Appliance Co. Inc.. 210 NOraD II
CHILDREN Bill price estimate call 20256. Dunham service. MACHINE REPAIRS Co. Inc 109 S. Parramore display cate Prtdtea 1280. 20th
Best care. Urge Concrete Co.CONCRETEWUStK. Free eitlmttei any time IK Irvin. Service ea all makes all work !I! Ave Phone 4531.APARTMENT COOLER Brunswick before buying new furniture; 7M3 HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES Numerous -

and grounds. 702 E. "' ; call ,. driveways; steps. phone 2-1147 John Newton. I guaranteed. Al Wltglna. 2014 X. j KTTCHEtS.-Complete Blue-Flash. Liquid and solid lood I FLOOR COVERING Inlaid and appliances make beu..lteep.Ine
WILL KEEP i walks floors Septic tanks; licensed MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: Repaired. Kaley AY... phone 6247. I I with electric refrigerator ranee retrlgerauoa. Easy: access, greaterstorage I printed lineoleum, rubber-like run easier Drop In and see us Orlando
Excellent tare ; I bonded Southern State. Floor Korbendtrfer. Magruder Arcade. sink and cabinets A few for Immediate capacity, fatter cooling. Immediate piers and breadtelt at Olladens Sales Service, 608 N. Oriole
Ave.1L.. Co. a.714 or 2-2206 for estimates.CONTRACPsUU.Dfl.Q I Phone 2.3450.urrrazssEs. I I WELL DRILLING-Let .. drill your I delivery. Modern Appliances delivery, eaiy terms Orlando i iI Ave dial 2-0939.>
well and InStall your pump forborne I Inc. 428 N. Orange 22514. Appliance Co. Inc. 210 N. I I I
o| 'Btw recoTered Spring replaced or Irrigation. Easy payments Orange dial 4537. Wicker: entice
special! homes and repairs to homes and and retet Complete comfort nothing down 36 months to pay ALUMINUM MOULDINGS and trim- TOOL'SSrt. lRNIJE-Va rocke. 2-plece blondemaple \ HOIST-3 boom: S hand operated!
: : bulldmst of any kind. Repairs financed from a RUM Mattress rebuilt Job. Belmany Well Drilling and Pump I mint Alto link rung. Standard IYln. room suite 898.M. I winches complete with bl..
ADVICE-Psychla See T. p. Mattress Co. 1122 W. Church fan, encyclopedia and books, bedpan booms ratie and lower and
com Fullard. 38 E. Ame Russ Supply. Winter' Garden Rd. 1 mile sizes 20% off. Southeast Steel Sales swivel chair 8795; 3-bume'' ran b
silver ware; linen, camera mans
circle Tues. I P Re- lie; phone 24032.CONCRETE 2-2213. east of Orlo Vista Orlando 7087. Co.. 100 W. Amelia Ave. downstairs oil itove. 829 50. sofa I swiveled Holmes 8195 Holler CIno
III D.. S p.m. 444 [ : : SERVICE: Floors.roots. OFFICE MACHINES REPAIRED-Our WASHING Phone 2.1442.ALUMINUM bieycle.7ilMsxwell j 849 50. boudoir chair. 87.95.: loe I I.or. let. 115 W. CentraL
12 Rev. Cherry o! wife driveways steps and walks. service guaranteed Ch.ckt.. -Montgomery CAMPING TENTS::Hammocks; gal- f .. 12950 metal beds. $ I I
Ward. Large size. Double
ADVICE BY ...EDIU 18th. The best la enclneerinc. workmanship George Stuart. 13 8. Main 81, Phone 1219 W. 22d 11oU A-I S.condition.Orange hung Cost less WINDOWS than steel-windows I] lon-sixe canteens, mosquito net- Mather of Orlando & E. Church. I IPhone
Thraia. Christlaa and materials. Free estimates'or 8158 Blottora Trail.WASHING Never needs paint. They wont tins; tarpaulins aU sixes Thoucandsot 2-3808 I I INLAID LINOLEUM Installed
warp | I IFAt O
Circle Tues2.30.LWed concrete work of all kinds call Price Items bargains at their best Morgan floors and sink tops. Avdoyan 2
.... PAINTING-9xl roonu: eelllnc and MACHINE REPAIRS reduced 20%. Southeast Steel 46 E Church
BARBER .RYC&-5 L 6780 or 9530. Buchanan Concrete Co. "all*. S12 Including flat ell Low ma...... Maytag official service-All Sales Co. 100 W. Amelia Are* downstairs s Salvage. I Exhaust, attic, floor win-1 I, Edsewater. Dr. CaU 2-11.
serve you with CLAY ROADS I\1II.T-AIso lime rock rate eiterlorg Helfand. 2-4187. Barton, next to Colony Phone 2-1442 |[ CANOES. Old Town. Just arrived.square. oscillating etc Knox Storea I
ice All Union ahop : : paying with surface treatment. PAINTING-Brush or .pr.,. Industrial Winter Park 93 Theater i ATTIC FANS- -AH sizes from 3Ol. 'i ended double ended and E. Pine Phone 2-311. ICE BOX-In very good condition.Rascnmble. .
East: Bide Barber or Work auaranteed Sponton. 11. 13. 15. 16. 17 and 18-ft.: I For Inform a tloa pie Metelephone .
.. Bumby ot Simp- or resldentlaL Water proofIng WATER 48 la. We mill make survey and FEW FENCE-48-inrh. hog and
C_ R. STEVENS. sen. Ine. Phone 5437 our specialty. Exteriors 1%c- 'Q. CONDITIONING-Rutty and estimate of complete Installation at Pine Castle Boat & Construction Co. .. Knox Stores Co. 25 E. Pine 3.4359.IRRIGATION .
water nuisance from '
moved my Real : CABINET ANb MTLLWORK to special ft. 40.000 IQ ft. or over Anywherein cleared and controlled shallowwella. with I no cost. lerIae up lo: 36 months. Pin. Castle FlaCOMMERCIAL _ Phone 2-3163 SYSTEMS and supplies '
ance business from order. Central Florida Lumber Bute. Free estimates. Beat In ref Mlcromet feeder. Cohoon Wlllard Vogue Theatre : REFRIGERATORS- : FENCE POSTS. Cypress 7 ft long. for groves f.rm. lawns. Florida
t. 301 W. Par Ave. Co. Mills I and Nebraska. I erences. Ph 4951. Rt. 1. BOX 95.Klsslmmre Co. 138 W. South 8t Machinery I Block. Colonlaltown; dial 5136. 42 en It. capacity. 1947 model forImmediate i iI 3 to 4 la butt. 815 per 100. 4 to Pipe & Supply Co.. 630 W Church
J. H. BR'Ut1R-AD t__ CONCRETE: FLOORS Driveways.steps. I Fla. T. K Galloway. AUTOMATIC WATER HEATERS delivery. Walter J. Wilcox 'I 5 la butt. 825 per 100. Little Tree phone 6118
chanic who 11 .., 23; Ilatstone Reasonable. Thirty pAINTING-btenor. Interior. All Eleetrie 10; 30 and 40 gallon. Ine. 61 E Robinson. Founded 1936.: Co Phone Winter Park _SP8FAS ICE CREAM BOX-4-hole. Cora-
lando is now .._ years In business. Free ..tlm.t .. work guaranteed. Llcenad and WELL DRILLING I "Mertlands." Limited quantity but I COAL RANGE-8100. going at 840 I 1 1I -Fans of all kinds Table presser and tubing Good condition -
Buckeye O.r.... C. W. Hid,. Winter Park 489 bonded Call 2-6922 Immediate Installation Convenient White gas range. 850. 817 West floor room window and attic I 8160 Cosslns R'e'UIU&2305

Ave where good : DRY CLEANING-We employ only PUBLIC STENOGRAPHY and letter Guaranteed wells Any site you require terms. Wlllard! 4e Kelser. Vogue I Central Payments as low as 81.00 weekly Associated E. WashingtonINTEROFFICE.
service can be had skilled experienced help; and wrltlni. Parker Business Service.: Sterilized and tested No Theater Block. Colonlaltown: dial I CONWAY DRIVE:.-(Just off It an Stores. 143 N. Orsnit Avs. 8Y8Tn tCmuaratoD"
LIVE BAIT-Bhlners. modern machinery Try ... MacDuff 2-1287 thing down. 36 months to pay. Libby 5136 unfinished five-room haute with 7 Phone MOO. j ). Pr-
and cabins. to Cleaners.. 204 Rldievood. corner I'AINTING-W.terprooflne, all maa- Freeman. 711 W. Church. I AUTOMATIC WATER COOLERS by additional lots for 83700 Structure Is FANS-Fans-Fans--.Excellent ...Ie-I Buane.. Equipment Co. 31 I.Onn.
Camp (tear Gourd Mon Rosalind Phone 2-10CO. onrr inrltcei. Thoro tTitem Weitlnghouie Cordley Sunroe part new part old material Call lion of small f.n from 9" to 18". I! Ave 5454
Lake Aropka 6:30 Porches doort. windows icreened. I Change your present dead expense Mcrikt with Harra-Moore. 109 E I IfiSHRJGISTmUnder.ood 89.95 up Orlando Appliance Co. 210 KITCHEN 8IK41 double drain
MURIEL PARKER. I Bonded. Insured N. J. Barnes. 7452. WELL DRILLING-W. specialize In Into a real investment Terms If de- Pine Phone 2-0836 N. Orange Ave 4537 j _1th mIID. fact .trID.r. trap'

Ings dally. Circle I _, PAINTING-When its painting you small diameter deep wells. 2". 2l. Robinson tired Walter. "Founded J. Wilcox.February Inc. 1113.61 E.": : Sun- FANS-Latest models. 10 Inch diameter I .111 l't.1 cbIDIt. Complete for
3613 J:. Washington. and 3" Can strand Potter Food Store 2012 95 cash or 839 95 down and
like need call 2-3930 Brush or .pr.,. Install well and pumpof I I UP to 36 Inch attlo fana.
ROOM. BOARD ana I 23rd DRYCLEANTNO SERVICE: 1 HR- Stanley P. Curtli. licensed and bonded PHA plan. Call or write F. P. ASBESTONE BOARD-A wall boardof S. Orange Blossom Trail. W..Unlhou. Emerson Robbing I 87 46 per month. Wyckoff Hdw.
aged and .. 7993. contractor French. Long wood. Fla. Phone I. a 1000 uses Waterproof wont CONGO LEUM RUGS In all stxeg. and Myers W'lte J. Wtlrox. Inc.. 2524 Kuhl.

.Mlchlsaa A... Why penalise your appearance with PLUMBING-Clyde Thompson repair I warp. Get It at Mills and Nebraska.. Special prices on all furniture I 61 E Robinson. Founded 1936 I LIVING ROM SUITE-5-pe.. and
FENCER SUPPORTS wardrobe absenteeism Quality work. 24 hour service. Ph. 4789 30.Good Places to EatA i ASBSTOSSIDING-.And roof ihlngles Slaughter' 48 West Central Ave FURNITURE-Nice cricket dinette maple finish Floor
designed. Mrs : Cleaners. 113 E. Washunton. Phone Residence 1210 Eattln St. For a lifetime job. Get It at CASH RIOlSttlt-New: National. 2- I chair, 2 arm chaIrs dr.a.r: Tsppgn range I lamp. Unfinished chest of drawers

Waihlngten Phone 6055. PLUMBING REI'AIRS-BIU Kini for DINING ROOM of charm. with Mills and Nebraska_ _ total model. 100 class See Remley. like new 2 sets of Engllxn china, 2100 Ganlt..
SWEDISH MAS8AOE '. prompt guaranteed repalri. Phone Invited food at Call Its b it. Dinner parties I ASPHALT SHINGLES '4.. thick Edsewater_Hotel. Winter Garden. I one old one new 219 E. Livingston LAWN MOWERS-Power, new and
neuritli* .. 5059 Rcildence 172 Qrand us 2-4114. butt shingles at <8 per '4. Call CAMP STOVES--Jurt received a AvenueFREEZERS. I ..e. 640 and up L A L Steel Co.
bert. 1206 W. long. PLUMBING SERVICE--Wett Central CERVANTES SPANISH restaurant. 1 2-1825: after S pm. I large shipment. Bumby H.rd..r'.1 -3 sizes tn latest models.; 43 Bryan; phone 2-0231 or 9664
Ladles only Spanish beaa IOUP. Cuban sandwlchei. I W. Church. 90 LUMBER Good pine rough 185 .
102 From 8249 up. Prompt delivery. mFinished.
Plumbing A Heating Co. IS N. I
W. P. KELLY. Bryan. Day 2-2236 Nltht 7538 yellow rice and chicken Real i ANTIQUES-Modern pieces and art I CASEMENT FRAMES for wooden I Walter J Wilcox Inc.. 61 E. RobIDCn. I 87*. $BO delivered W 0I .
Call 4514. Miller Willis. Italian
I Church and Electrical Contractor. Church spaghetti and sauces 16 W. I goods Buy them at auction for entertainment windows, screen framrt stsru Founded 1936 )I Duck. .orlh. Box 582 Winter Park .

C34. 4161"F" .-. PAINT JSTlMATES-Cctor: : and great savings Every I II just north of Maltland Underpass FLOOR LAMPS -. 819 95 Orlando ]I LAMPSAl types. 1,3 off on sll
FLOOR SANDING-Finishing. eletn1ns. suggeitloni I Thursday night at Denting Auction .
10% CASH free wilIng modern equipment. AU Reliable painters recommended. CLOVER I 1 Sales Welkals CottageiCLOTHES ._ _ _ Furniture .. 141 and 615 I .. Electric: Co.. 13 E.
GRILL-Excellent food Is Co. 733 W. Church. Church
nltnre during the of W. Church 8t
work guaranteed. Licensed bonded. Batch. 6001. At Glldden alwayi served here Home made HAMPERS Variety
Orlando Furniture 1400 .. colon and sizes $8 50 up Orlando SPECIALS-Globe-VV er- GOODS-wallets. traveling
W. 10 ,r. emperience. For prompt Pies and yeast rolls. sun time to send your goods for FN1Tt1RE LATER
lea phone 2-1370. Bus Floor Surf mc- QUALITY PAINTING. Interior and this Thursday sale Phone 20156. Furniture Co.. 141 and illS l.k. uctella bookcase .-pr. tee- men's travel kits tobacco
Co.FLOOR. w. Church get Empire PAurhee. etc 25% discount Wyckoft 6Hdw
inc exterior. Screen repairini. floorswaned. rom
12. Lost and
OOODBREAP: 8 Our chicken .
I 2524 Kuhl.I .
FOUNTAIN Kelvlnatorautomatic mahogany love teat and chair pair
,. FINISHING Immediate service. Call 97J4.Ed
SANDING AND are a tisty treat. For picnics or ATTIC FANS-Ameriiaa Blower and Bjmby antique black walnut picture frames.
CAT LOST Orle ratet.. -Prompt servlct Modern equipment. Curtli fishing trips they make your meal Century-Hunter. 3.. 42. 48- in In- thermostat 1 shadow box. Beth Thomas clock I LAWN AND GARDEN 8UPPUE'
white: named .- portable power unit. Eitabllshed RADIO REPAIRS-You'TC tried the complete.: Specialising: la fried chick- italled Convenient terms. Wyckoff's Hardware 102 W Church metal beds coil Jenkins I r .hose rrlll ,
Writ. Bo* 351 I 1935. Skilled workman: licensed: reit. now try the beat Barton rn. We cater to curb aenlr. 5241. Hdw.. 2524 Kuhl._ _ DELCO PUMPS-Shallow well. 25 Furniture Ezcba nl'.prlac.. Boone :: "f'O : rW'220 8. Orange H Ave.H.
Insured. Stevens Floor Surfacing tanki Installed Eaiy
CLASS RING LOST 133 banded next to Colony Theater, Winter Park. HOWARD JOHNSONS Restaurant AIRPLANEMObEI.5-Cornp'te stock and 42-gal 2-3'911. i Phone .
: I Co. Phone 6582 Wyckoff Hdw. 2524 Kuhl.
; 113.ROOFING payments
Lost an 8. You'11 come tack again and again. models and accessories HOORailroad FURNITURE BARGAINS Studio I I I
Long and Carter YURNITUREREPAIRED: and refln- SERVICE: -Let the man once you try our Nationally Known boats racing cars Model DEWALT POWER: SAws:=Also Parks couch 829 50 3-pe living room LEAF RAKES ,Genuine 'LawaComb"
return to Willie Mae Also iabed like. new. Cabinets made to who knows bow do your roofing delicious foods at reduced prices We I supplies Haleys., 214 N. Orange. 6668 planers. Mall saws drills. Logaa suite 845.: gate leg tables 822.50. Stores Co.and 25 E.l.n Pln.. others Phone 3-3163 Knot
17 Apt. 2 Carver 1 order. Tladall Furniture Co.. 2323: N.Or.n. for you Its .a.,. Just call L. T Jernltan. serve only the best Visit our Dairy ATTIC FANo' -All types. Complete metal lathes. J. D. Pease telephone Whit mire Furniture 306 W. Church. I
DOG FOUND :::-. : ... Call .:i4I.'LooR _ 7427 or step by and ,re'u, at70AiexanderJf Bar for that short after the show enslpeered; Installation. Orlando I Mount Dora 3753 LJVINO ROOM SUITE. 3 piece;
Light rolored. : :: AU BANDINO-Finishing. cleaning >lace, mack Take home one of our delicious Sales_&_Service Co, Inc Ph_2-09S9 DESK-33 x 54 In.. with :2 lane FENCE WIRE-Plastic lawn screen, hose wire; I maple: tapestry upholstery; spring
Society phon. mov waxing. Cxclualve agent for RUGS-UPHOLSTERY C : 4B flavors. of ice trftm BICYCLE-Mans Eltln: :: A-l condi-I I drawers. Only 8650 1121 N. Orlando oil garbage mater cans heaters: 222 mowers W. CeDtr.1H.rdwar. ; fl.d. reasonable 2-314.

I Co. Flur-Co Healer whIch guarantees perfect Expert workmanship fait arrvlreGuaranteed LAMARn'IE: SHOP-Our location tlon 619: W Amelia I Aye._, Winter Park._ .: LADDER Extension step and
LOVE BIRD FOUND aatit'actlaa to you _bi destrt mothproofing ..nlc,. Ph permits us to serve better food DINING ROOM-SUITE:=2. Breakfast 2-21. I, ladders Also kitchen
Quality lasting Floors Estimates BA BATHROOM ACCESSORIES -High FROZEN CUSTARD MACHINE-Altohardening stools and chairs Mills and Nebraska.
I II 2-4J18: KlreuUe Co of Orlando. at loser prlceg. Banquets large suite Few odd' pieces of furniture -
I free. Orlando Floor Surfacing Co.. quality chrome good selection, box For
haul ROOFING=Atpnalt hl i.applld parties Invited.! We are at your See S3 W Jarkson torm.UoD LUMBER Everything In building
LOCKET LOST- Eitabllihed: ilnre 1125. IBM N. Or- service 2-1508 towel bars pulls hooks paper holders ie647_ W. C.nt., Ave '
Monogram on .. .r anie Ave. ph. 7836 at 112 per ia Mtterltli. labor etc Knox Stores Co.. 25 E. Pine DAIRY EQUIPMENT ton. metal FROZEN lumber and wood. Colonial Lum
UeNalr. Mattland. furnished Ph. 2-1875 after 6 p m. MARIK8 RESTAURANT-We speclal- Phone 23163.BEDROOM I II Jametway silo McCormlck-Deering CfeblARD MACHINE-P. I ber. Cheney Highway Ph 214.SE.
FURNITURE: repaired. refinIshed RUGS I.. la Southern Fried Chicken. milking H Washington 619 8. p.r.mor.lit. LAWN ..
AND UPHOLSTERY cleaned silage cutter 4 knIves 2 surge Better'made. '
: rrtl
PICTURE: LOST made good Piano. SUITE Light oak. S .pre.
-In a as new. repaired Our
In your own home. Approvedmethods. pies are home made. Ride out I machines and compressor Pricedreasonable. 1 settee.Turner's. .
Wear old Court reflnithed also. Ruts Mittress piece complete. Used very little.Reasonable .
the 8. Orange
Blossom Trail FIXTURES lite .
Prices Call 4939 1234 Orange. Winter Park.
proofing. reduced FLUORESCE
New .
Inside. Picture of Co.. 1122 W. Church: 2-2213. 33 E Hamp.hlre.BATHROOM 6450. 2 lite 95.Fitrltone. .
Grandmother. 259 Dixie Rug Clcanen. ph. 7642. DOORS-Sash made ot white pine .1 Phone 67HW for a .
FURNITURE UPHOLSTERY Reflatthlng TILE la rust proofPermmtile. 10 W. Church.
: REFRIGERATION REPAIRS-You've BOXY GRILL offers for your enjoyment Screens lawn chairs cabinets All I MOVI28 soc toe borne. News Parade
4 piece bedroom suite tried the reit. now try the beit.Barton's deliciousHot Rout Beef All colors: low cost.Free typet of wood work Orlando Woodcraft FURNITURE-New end usedPay I adventure travel cornice.Bowgt.ad'a .
Beauty suite 167p eitlmate. Bob Sweeney ph. '
$42.50. 2 Piece living room next to Colony Theater. Sandwich" with potatoei tad gravy. 2-4)132 Industries 1500 W. Washington eaih and save 10 to 25 per cent Camera Shop 1839 M.
AU PauliRepalr Shop Ph. 211111.FANS Winter Park. Phone 93. 30e. This ctnt ba beat. 212 W.Chareb. 6tELECTRIC. on your purchases BI. Furniture Orange: (ill 3-1815
AMERICAN. REPAIRED: Cleaning and BUILDING MATERIALS and hardware HEATERS All Co. 625 W. church St Phone 11l0.: ,I
makes Southern
W. Church RADIO REPAIRING-p-On all
I MATT1U6Ilierprllll.
servicing, eipert elertrlelans Johnson of all kinds for your home.Cnrre .
ter. Bonnie W. Ph. Equipped to service Fit. and AM to Mill and Nehnsokm.BABY e... Popular sixes select yours this GRADUATION OF. boys'-Wristwatches rondlton Also box
Baton welcomes: and Eleetrie Co. 23 E. Church. combination*-lallifaetlon guaranteed STAR LUNCH Enjoy your favorite I week. Walter J. Wilcox. Inc.. 61 E. lu.. : spring IM). .
friends. For : 51(6 Brltte GE Radio Berriee. 35$ food at your favorite Drlve-In?* CRIB-Junior bed Wood circulating Robinson Founded 1936 Pakt tie sets, key .. ,
AMMERMAN E. FLOOR SANDING Finishing. Spe N 0cm ,.. phone 8942 Fountain and Dining room service. heater All ia good condition ELECTRIC LAWN 1 t. Loan Office. 27 W. Church. V.I-A-I MENDEL tUOOAOE Ex-luslvely at
222 Rldsewood MOWERIO
clause Pentra-Seal treatment. 20 114 N. Orange Blossom Tr. I
Flynn. Frances ROOFING-Free eitlmatei. 3 yearsto cord Can be GRADUATION GIP. girls Herman 21 West Church Street.
CaldwelL Ethers yrs. experience. Modern equipment.Work pay. Work guaranteed Roll BOAT-14' outboard runabout and JeffertonELECTRIC. watches; cro..
guaranteed Licensed. Promptslei. XI. Good Things to Eat trailer Elto Br. speedster motor. bracelets; pint; luggase Hermans
Clement. AU highly Burke 751. shingles er built up and asbestos ; MEAT DISPLAY CASES-Fixtures by
C. SWJERElperoN1
Ph. 24253.BRACKETS _
years ef experience tiding Smith ft Sons: 4688 in good Loan Office. 27V. Church I Tyler Fixture Corp. 48 W Central.
CHARLOTTE-KAY FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED-Refinlihed. ROOF REPAIRING.. roof In- VALENCIA ORANGES The belt to for scaffolds and sawhorses I II 1845. Orlando I GARAGE DOOR-Overhead. Completewith General Cooling & Heating Co
effi Slip covers lagram-Brown. stalled. Patching ship. We have them! Also for For quick and easy operalion. hardware and track. Excellent :
-Ph. 4014. and
Invites painting.
have Central. 2-0006 2-2353. home .. ELECTRIC RANS-Jotsten. grills NEPTUNE MOTOR5''
416 W or 8150 buihel\ Grapefruit I Mills and Nebraska OUAR
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Ted Hoofer" 835 1513 Hackney
for beauty culture. the Phone 21255.
WASHED Looks like paint 75e busheL King Fruit Co.. 1401 W. perculators; Ice cream freeieri rondltoa. I I 3tt and t.la cylinder alternate .
VIvita Lawrence. HOUSES BED-New pair Hollywood Beiuty- Church
Washington: 7267. Fair Store. 10 W. GALVANIZED METAL roofing. 5 T firing Immediate delivery.Convenient .
MrCrory Bide., Job. Bungalows 815. 2 story 830. rest mattresses and Inner
iprlngs. ,
specialty. All work SLIPCOVERS: floor
Waxing one S am. until 4 9.01. 1249 Mercedes 20 Returnable Call 4 2524 Kuhl
GENES BEAUTY B82S. what tq ,
guaranteed Call J326HOME 3%. Articles for Rent Ave Day Terms" Buy now you l.
cials. Bit want and need under Firestone Ems GARDEN HOSE-.KoreseaL 25 and OrICE FURNITURE -
Cold wave. a : SERVICE: General repairs. SPRAYING Power equipment to BULLDOZER for rent with rake and BOAT-14 ft. Old Town sail boat. I Budet Plan Ladles see the new Firestone I SO ft lengths B F Goodrich. 1 Chrome R.rptll
Phone 66R6 New constructloa. Windows, screensaad boat and sat;. splendid condition cleaners Garland and Robinson Ave Florida t.d: .
Mills service. Licensed and spray your fruit tr.... ihrubs and _disk. Hourly or contract. Ph 7534. r.dlo.toasters vacuum er Equip Co. 390
RAY BEAUTY caulking floweri Call 8712 Price 1200 00. Arthur H. Bourlay P. ,to. Firestone. Or'DI and Concord GARDEN 'length. N. Orange. IU4.I .
Phone 9522. BULLDOZER Large
bonded Dowswell. sue. grading or O Box 598. Leetburg Fla HOS 10foot.
permanent waves aelsh- SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED, everything land clearing. Palmetto rake and 'I heavy .ren. Spec.1 OVENS for oil stoves. Stock includes
old waves a << ef HOUSES WASHED-Did 8500 your to paint pumped and hauled P. J. large disc Hour er contract. Phone I BEVERAGE COOLER: -used S foot. ELECTRIC 8TOVE3-p. rattan furniture I B A J lI..rYl.. Boone .. 1.15'1 I one and t..oburD.. types. Bumby.
38 East Pine. On. Ma bor hou spend_Nol 8400 Re or had It steam Burke. Permanent resident bonded. 713S or 2-2097. 8125 lee cream cabinet new. 8493 ..blne .. .2 Holly GASOLINE ENGINE: Hardware. Curch. .
BTRXNO' cleaned by the Steam Houie CleanIng Iniured Rout. IB. Box-231: 2- 1I78. FLOOR SANDER edger and polisherfor Florida Business 5454.BEDSPREADSHobnail. Equip. Co. 390 N. wood beds ete 2-18. I H P air'cooled au purp.engines.FlorIda OUTBOARD MOTOR-Johnioa 2t'<
( maehlneless 86 : : and Co. at the email fraction of SEPTIC TANKS INSTAI.LZDSSd rent. Johns Hardware. 2208 Oranse. ELECTRIC IRONS-Automatic control Pipe ft 630 W. h P. In good condition Price 885
.mv', Jewel Charm Salon. units the coat of a paint Job. That's why cleaned. State approred. 20 years Edgewater Drive._telephone 2- 9U. and Bates UnlY.ral Proctor Simoon.Bumby Church St. phone 6118 I Clarence John nn. 1807 N OrangeAvr
430: It look. lika newt We alto restore 1m business Altermatk Call 6730 or FLOOR SANDER and edger also cabInet close outs. *7.59. Orlando Furniture 1O2 W. Church HOT WATER HATER.6. 10. 30 phone 6497
colon to dirty asbestos 7571 for service. Co 141 and illS W. Church
the original sander and floor poltaher.Wytkoffs ELECTRIC FANS-Several honest and 40 upaell. Orlando OUTBOARD MOTRohnoD 194T.
"WATCH Any roofs Call 2.3625.IIOUBESWIRDOWB. TREES!: -PALMS TRIMMED and Hdw. 9524 Kohl 1-2821. Kelvlnator Dept. Bumby Hardware. Appliance Co. IDe Orange 16 h p. and bo.t wt
: WASHED. Inside removed Bonded. John Newton. 102 W. ChurchELECTRIC Ave Phone er without trailer Wi 1 Re- and out. Floors waxed and 116 Irvin Street Plea" phone 21147. TYPEWRITER monthly and quarterly RENTALS rates- Special Check BATH TUBS : WATER HEA TER0 HOME FREEZEK.IYln.tor. now O Welli. Howry S. Pb.
7696. ponshed Phone Bamberg. 1228; or 307 Fla
UPHOLSTERY-Robert B Brown. with George Stuart. 13 B. Main Bt. and 40-gallon. also gas D..Lnd
: call alsbU 2-3098 3911 N. Orange Ave.. offers finest phone 8138 Carload rastlroa enameled bath tubslust water heaters Bumby Hardware 102 vinater Department. 102 W. xel-I I OIL STOVE-Perfection. '12. o.lna'
mills HOUSE: REPAIRING: kinds. Estlmate In fabrlca and workmanihlp.UPHOLSTERINO received Other fixtures: on W. Church HAIR CLIPPERS-Profettlonal. lied Ice box. very good .
toilet Notbtnede..a.
hand. Including teats ,
: D ; given without eharga. Ph. : make your furniture 36 months to pay. Libby It ECIC ROASTERS-Netco. auto type hair cltppen. $2.7S. Bumby 625. New had rrortretted large bed.

SUNDAY .,. Camp. Winter Park. 168 look like new. We tie and TOOL RENTAL SERVICE: Freeman. 711 W. Church. Kelvlnator.ontrol h.a indicator. Hard..r. 102 W. Churrh.HJDE cloths spread.. 10. Dresser.. 1340 irarfs.40th gt t.be.
Refinish framei .. Hardware.
HUQHIY'S ROME REPAIRS-From condition iprlnn. TRIMMER* Plaeor eleetrie.
is .. front to back from roof to cellar. Rote Mattress Co.. 1122 W. Church; Paint sprayers: skll-saws; bench- 102 W. Church.ELECTRIC hedges better for lest cost. PAINT-Outside white and colors.
bond- Including heating and ventilating.All J-3213: saws: flooring equipment and mlse. Telechroa Ameo Feed Store. 300 W. Robinson From 83.90 a gallon Parking tn
BICYCLE Whlxaer motors place.for CLK
123. work guaranteed Call 5026 Youngs Tool alarm and designs. Ave 5663 rear off South St W. deliver. ArnoldPaint I
UPHOLSTERING: covers reflalihlng. Rental. 100 W. Wash pennies-123 miles per ...lIen.S. .olor
DIAL LAWN SERVICE-We do ..,rthIBl.U We call without obllgatloa. melon St. 8454. .. your new 1947 Whlzter motor Johnson Electric .. E. Church. BOU8EHOL 8UPPL' dis Store. 407 8. Or.n. 2.31.
minimum. Mathaws-Blaka Co. Call Ingrain-Brown. 418 W. Central at the Whlzzer Motor Sales. 802 N. ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANia1 I polish
t.... Norgrady 11 Magruder Arc. 106 8. Mala. 7811. 2- 008 or 22353. Orange Phone 3-4687. lie" $63. Please : and upholstery cleaner at Ollddens.60TTO [Continued On Next Pare] .


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PAGE 20 FRL. MAY 16. 19n WASTEBA8KETS 85e 195. Knox-Good Stores assortment.Co STUD this 8EV by ribbon."tU.winning Guy.'Be 3- CLOSE IN-t.t Larg*tulnel cool corner party connecting desired. CLAUDE CALLAN If ROBERT QUILLEN L VIW-nrlok Lake Ll- SU1 SECON-. 50 ACRES-.2150 bearing treea. Hamlias -

t 2 332 .brom b.t pnh. f. lrnt. pineapples and Valenclas la
Z. Phone 2-3163. year-old stallation before you brfe Sutb low. T. rof. A real H. End-
(Cent from Preceding Pare] Fee (25. money back guarantee. value (8.500. Geo. H. Kittredg A No.ent I.I. Phone separate blocks. la beautiful condition
CHURCH ST 431 newly
)CIO.nl. est Stables 2-0348. I-f.n Son. Realtors. 3-3176. .pPlntm.nt 2.:23 and fin bloom. Has new grove
dryer. little. Db decorated complet I-rom efflciend. WINTER PARK-Nice new equipment. Modern bom Paved road

Articles for Sale In good condition. Telephone 8793. Single occupancy; only (7 a LAKE FRONT Modern 5-room. ranch t p bungalow Aloma frontage. For pric* and terms see F.

33. WATER COOLERS-OX. 10 gal per 40. Pet Stock and Supplies week. bath furnished home garage; elec ', section. 2 bdom. 1 b.t living A. Allison Realtor. 37 W. Washing

and hour 275. Room coolers CLOSE IN 206 Hillcrest. Rooms Inc kitchen. Venetian blinds; fruit: room, d. rom kit.D nice ton.
deep capacity. registered
.1eUo Phone I
IP. Pm.nt. -Wthe For ofl. or home 395. Black and whit jet black: black single or double. In private apart pal. 190. 2-7402. I I Large landscaped corner lot Fepl.e. IRRIGATED 11.0000-BOX Orova. untouched

and a* little .mont. BeUsnany oA Ins. 210 N. and tan: white; white and tan: .bt ment. Semi-private b.t and show LAKE V- and bath. Fur street. Price reduced for Immediate by cold heavy crop set**

Well Drilling tc Orange :Phone 4537. and fawn. Call 9158 or 213 8 er. Meals. DI.he. lot. Price sale from (10.500 to Easy II 100-acr tract 40 acres 9-25 yrs..

Winter Garden Rd. I mile east ofOrto and Delaney after I p.m. CLOSE IN-Bedroom with private 15.C.I be handled for (1000 cash Also small 19. 20 acres 2-3 yrs* 40 acres unplanted.

Vista Orlando: ph. 7087. WAT HT1etre gas Harris. DALMATIAN regis bat also 1 single room. Pnt Real Et.te. 36 E. Pine; dial !, t.rm. 2 bedrooms.bun.I. 4.200 trees all fenced also nice

01 .atom.tl Drive dial 2-1972. tered. PUPPIMae. Phone 3- 621; 2-1646. living atOD. large kitchen.b.th nursery. Dirt cheap at 142.500.

Edu..tfr : Telfpbon. 821 .ppl and before ne. Or I W. Church8t LOCKHART-Buy like 60 X rom. reduced from ( Lt Terms. C. W. Walters Realtor, 673
rent. j
3-room Pc.
SUPPLIES WINDOWS-Doors. with screens and ment day. N. Orange: 9616.
ItIO frames: used: also large stock of AND CAT .\ N.dln. repair. Nice lot. I I'I'houl. I, to 5500. tnl T. Wlt.rP.rk
D FDanne.Pozn IN 251 S. I Land Co .
Bath and j jHerman
.pl.1rtf. Mr. Lane with .
Anything yoa need In plumbing. We new windows. and doors. 22nd .n horse mea. CLE M.Ir :: Witr S3. Acreage for Sale

have the and we have the Rio Grande. Dial 2-2370.__ .medle.. Br.ne'. Kennel Shop COmor.bl.. roml. PlntJ OO.In Ine. Broker; 677N. <, Pak.
IC 901 .. 4239. ROOM HOMt Small house
beaten.DuoTherm Or.n. 1855. In
prices. o DON'T FAIL call Mills and Nebraska 1' ..1. POLK Approximately 10.
t Azalea Lodge. I Double .
r City Homesplumbing "KE corner lot
for building wants. We andcel; dog CAEY I FAIRVIEW 6eton3f. I .re. 81101 ooo acres situated five miles north
127 W. Av ou D FD. Ibbl. : horses and blocks of Main Cut .
Co Paba have Orlando Hotl rlelD bath. 3 Bt t 10.50.I ef Pelt City. For
what led. remedl. .uppl. fishing ; .=o |I A real bargain. L. Pitt contact
Winter Pat Pb HVE' SLIDING CE door X- f Dial 2-3:24. Park. 014W.hUDtl. i lUn Wit E. Pine: 6651. Slayton. Realtor, 32 ,'''S. Main. Ph. 7683.I 20 Box 342 8-8tar.

h.rdw.r. Complete.Southeast Steel Bales oa POINTERS Good stock.-Inquire 6-wk.-old to ;N.bird M. pupa. CONCRD AVE. 45 E.-Sun parlor. LAKE FRONT-Where the prize bass 'I i MUST SELL-.5-rooin frame ..b.t 70 FT. Fronting lake Irma and bard

cOft 1.rer. John.. with bath. were caught! Modern siding. 2 screened road. (700 cash T. J. Llndortf,
100 W. Amelia Ave Rt. 1. Box 722-A. HoMes prnt s-I4. new 2-bed-1 I prch.
.do.n.t.lr. A"fnu. Accommodations for Ppl.. home tile bath kitchen, breeze- I f, water hutr. r.n. Unftnished Realtor 438 N. Main phone 3-3983

PLUMBING SUPPLIES 2.14.3RM DELANEY ST. 507-Close In. coxy. Double garage approximately ,, apt. I rear M.k 905 or 3-4737.

BUILDING. Lamar 350. On Wilson.new PUPPIES-Cheap. 1803 8. Bumby. Twin beds. Inner spring mattresses.Private When Ma tells of how "Pa started to tel me .2li acres. Landscaped. Amazing low ,, 20th St. 92 ACRES-On e lake 8 mile from

Bath lavatories toilets toilet Highway. homf. Two working people price of (9.0OO. Better see this fowl! I 1 I NEW HOUSE-For sal or trade fohouse Orlando. Some timber. Ideal for
tb. Rt. 1. Box 134*. she which fa their
electric and oil water M.lt.nd.I PUPPIES weeks old pointers. preferred. R.lon.ble.GRE good was as a young men are Call Stlmpson-Staton Metcalf BId I.I IPhone I tr.Ufr. Light running wa- camp sites and citrus growing. (8000
..t I
pipe and fittings DIESEL ENGINES-Diesel Good stock doss. Ph 21X 649 1 East Attractive room income but 5159.LIVINGSTON. !! ter. plumbing. On highway n..r'Pot Fred U HalL Ph. 122 or 342 Winter
l.t.r eP AVE. tax returns
and fittings. Llbby & engines: diesel generatorsets Jackson St.. Winter P.t. beautiful home. lady it makes a deep impression I j' Office school and church. Inquire Park.

.. '1 W. Curch1NOprihL and dIesel pumping units. State TROPICAL FISH-30 Angel fish left bath. Kitchen pn\I.r,. Semtpr".t. 1701.ORCZ I've got enough to worry EAST- A home and II Postmaster. Femdale. F..
of Florida Distributors. Southeast at 8150 each. Aequarinms and on our daughterBett. income. Two well built and nicely I HOME ANL attrac 160 ACRES east of Orlando. Com-
Steel Sales Co, 100 W. Amelia Ave. ST. 117f-Larg comfon.bl.rom. about, without my dRVENet. bination soiL 815 per acre. F. A.
stands. C. BUI. 1226 Nenraska Ave. furnished masonry Both tive. 2 .
kowin' bom. I Br.
phone Reasonable. Telephone 8202.GORE I tell that 8re Allison.
37 W. Washington
can Betty I
150. 214.COMIEL TOY Four but either a.n.ble Imm.dlI I prb. OU space heater.
0111 blcc. POMERANIAN PUPPY- friends with Int. alrui St.I .
AND UTILITY steel AVE 2 Guest for .. bearing
flirin' assorted
Income. varieties.
POWER 31 UNITS Dt Continental engines 174. I ,Ido. l stock. All sl.. Prices month old Inquire t 1340 40th House. Large a rom.: some sympathetic. trouble." Details in office only. O 8. Huey lo 14.5. KI.1 with Howard. 306 30 ACRES of excellent land on Golden
20 Southeast Steel Sales privet baths. Kitchen Robert R. Tire Realtor i :
pr\IfII. I Rod Road
in- wt 1 : with hard road etc. at
for and
.culturl Ida.ta Co 100 W. Ave. .
front I
ltUon. Itr. \ do.ntal. AeU. pumps FH aQu.rum.. Cos HON AYE.. 202801 W..hnltol only 1500. (200 down and (20 month

St. Ph. 6118. 2-142. ter. 138 II.nt Drive; Lawrence rom klthel prnllf. 51. I ly until paid. McKelvey, Real Estate
Homes for Sale
51. Rouses for Sale
BELLING Rld..o of 64 E.
register; home LAKE VIEW Central.
PIPE for grove and f.r OU-Ne. Av Wintr Pack HYER ST.613-Double. ef.n. Mom m.ID1 I SPEC i
irl..toD cooler new borne. 2 bedrooms
new ; busstep I
I Kel"lator privileges: hot water
Supply .
Florida I ff 13 meat case; showcases ADAIR PARK-Rent or sell- 3-bed- COLLEGE PARK-Prewar bungalowon In Electric kitchen Close In attractive lane 53-1.
Church 6118. ft : reasonable. garage. : lamscreened I very corner Ranches and Timberland
41. Poultry and Supplies room tile bath bungalow. Sacrifice hard surfaced street. I
; a.I. Juicer. 18 lad C.I b porch; new tot with 3-bedroom bungalowand
PUMPS-All types; Irrigation Idu de 38 boxes: picking b"It. etc.: HALEY AVE. 1 East-I or. 2 room. 1203 Gunnlson. ph. 2-1939 after I bought furnished for (10.000. to .tort. schools and.wnlnC.. CIO I 2 garage apt. All furnished I CATTLE RANCBES-"Since 1918."

trial domestic. Florida tables. 1933 Chevrolet pleku. S.Orange BABY CC.U. 8. Pnllorlum test with kitchen prIYr. P.t.home. p.m. Owner on premises days. yard. Walter W. Rose InvestmentCo. Mr. with M. 10.00, House can be made into duplex if Ask Asher Peter. -He probably
apply Co., 63O W. Church: ph. 6118. ed for future de 49 N. Orange Manoroffice Hel
Blossom T.1 at .tOk. Ied.t ASHER ibis near Lake A\e. Or.1 Broker; 12 8. 2-109. desired. An attractive home with knows.** Cor.Ceptral and Main.
Walt for Joseph Bailey, livery. 8upple. LAKE FRONT ROOM-Twin bed. z. 3356 N. Orange good income. Walking distance
PIANOS- 7-It.. off-set to
JoN DEE grove Orlando X-Cel Store. Dial 3.becom Hi- : MINNESOTA AVE bedroom FINE CATTLE RANCH-Polk County
736 North M.lnoU Avenue. Opening JUt received car load. lo.e floor room 't shower. Lane CA5ERY-B.utlun furnish frame furnished.24C lot business district. Price reduced to Fla. approximately 11.000 ,

ID.pA1End. Orlando Equipment Store. 701 BABY CHICKS-Tuxedo Feed Store.U. Lucerne Circle wood floors.. Lake privileges. Price conltre 17.125. Terms. (19.000. Exclusive with HuckelO'Neal. fenced and cross fenced: 1H acres miles
W. Robinson. 8. approved Pullorlum tested. double. tlon. 3 bedrooms. Near Realtors; 118 Z. Robinson
dark gray. 2-3450. LAKE ; twin or Down $3600. bal- 1,9. ; frontage hard
on road bill
EL. le.r : and flat
Knox Stre. Co 6 RUSTIC log cabin, rambling 906 W. Church coons 2-2821 or 7336. Above a\rne. Some privileges. 11.00. rent.p.meDt with H. FBoland Hlbbard Casselberry. Phone Wltfr MODER(BUGAW-Tre bd. dial 2-3753. land: six hundred acre cleared, and

25 E. Pine. Phone 3-3163. t CPR. moved off lot TURKEYS-Young tender; .eiht 346 ; 2-3111. Realtor Carrlsan Bldl. (72 Park. 783. Brokers Invited. 8500.rom.Owner 2518 MOlt fumlhe. planted la Pangola grass larse barn

PIANOS-Used uprights and spinets. at once. Easily dismantled and mond t 10 to 20 Ibs. Poults and C LUCRE SECTION-CooL cozy ad- N. Orange: 2-4551.- DUBSDREAD SEON-Ne. 2-bed Elz.bth 5-room house tenant houses, con

(125 up; ten as low as (29 down.Robinsonu .this and m.k offer. Phone D. Wilder Jr. Turkey Farm; bath. Adults. Very reason room hOlf. Lth.d .ne II.alfrfd. NORTHWEST-nice home 01.o NEW 2-BEDROOM cement block. crete dipping vats loading chutes

Orange. TURKEYS 50c lb. Hatching eggs. able. Phone 2350.LVNOSTN ADAIR LAKE SECTION-Excellent Well Inlale spacloai Modern Bunk house in rear. Excellent ether buildings; large area of muck
I linoleum in kitchen and bath. well ar.ncd rooms. It Is suitable investment 3000. Klttlnger lands, drained by canals. A tint class
33-1. Graduation Gifts 20c. SOc. PoultryFarm AVZ-. 620 E.-Nlca one-story borne In lovely COP .
Poult. Fat. for
of closet lan or small family desiring Realty, 5454 which
; 3 Nicely per plumbing: plrntJ or 2-0074. range merit the Inspection
PLUMBING SUPPLIES : :92.W Dubl. bed. Kitchenand nfl.bborho. bedrom. Lot 50x155. (6.450. term*. home with income. It ls well of interested.
easy anyone Price (15.00
CAMERAS AU carrying Ph. rear. Excellent Plc. MOVE RIGHT IN this comfortable. per
: cases: laundry
and fryen.
located for
knd. Pr"Ufu. 30. renting If desired
rooms ,
Hampton acre half
ANTHel cash balance reasonable
ofphoto condition. B.50Q Call or see :3 Or.nc. 2-bedroom furnished home
"gadget b. line
lavatories sinks cash. Orlando Mor.r- on
Toilets pay cor and for future enhancement in val terms.
b.t tub supplies. Vie 93 llk LUCERE CL.IBLr.. ty with Joe Q. Myers. :1. two lots with garden and chickens. Bowman tc Brown Co.. Realten. -
shower beaters and O.rde. 1 POuU Co. 609 W. Church. .. ue. Mr. Lyle with GoodwinInc. Phone 3371 Clermont.
pipe. Harper's Plumbing Co.. (Res.) Church. Ph. 4717. Twin beds private Lt., maid ser* W. W.hllton Dial 8881. DUBSDREAD SECTION Thi new .. Broker; 677 N.H.rm.1 Orange: 9855. Bus and school near. Only (6500.00.See Florida.
home with 2 good Otto Rasmusen
13 8. Orlando Ave. Winter Pak:I RIO- The perfect graduation WEEK OLD N. H. Red Chicks 10. on I Ice. Summer rates. Ph. 2-3003. fixed lot in .brom. NORTHEAST Entirely Realtors 4308. with Cavenaush. 54. Lots for Sale
Phllco O. E.. Wlllard & ADAIR PARK-520 Oreely St.. completely Dfllhborh.
Pb 418M .lt. RA. sale. Lake O' The Woa Chct ORANGE MEMORIAL SECTION Immediate possession. 8 large rooms. 2
bunl.10. YOU FIND THE
in GIRL-We Will
Theatre Block Co.S.. mile north. of 01 New. Twin beds dressers, closets. lurn.hedrom. of shade financed. Speak to Spiegel." Whitney nished garage apartment for income. tha home. find ALTAMONTE SPRINGS-Lake front
PA SPRAY GUN-Complete with Colonlaltown; 5136. Rt. 17-92. Private bath. ph. 4438. .. Large .i rom. It Spiegel Realty Co.. Realtors. 706Metcslf Check this for a really 10 buy. 12 S. Main. Clyde McKenzie Broker. business and residential lots. Owner -
I on Phone
lane front 24775.
h.l. .I.ct motor. Used two SHE JEWELY-Dn-D Shell- ORANGE AVE.. Innenprlng Preh. S3SOO e. Inm- Bldg. 23269.DUBSDREADSECTIONFurnlahed._ Don Dudley. Realtor Homer Sewell. Winter Park 8-8394.
days. X. New earrings Apartments for Rent 112 ises. (10,50. On r- CONTACT WHITE BROS 824 N.
: offr. entrance. Gentleman lot.
Idu.lnf quired mortgage. corner lOOx BEVERLY SHORES W
in Correct for 45 m.ttrfal. SIEL.re Mills for nicely located 4-bedroom have choice
alr. .tfI. preferred. Phone 4868. 2-bedroom frame. Neat and attracUve. 150 bungalow. large lots at reasonable
Pt'MP5-Water systems. 10* off evening sports and daytime wear. CLOSE IN-310 Lake St. Attractive CLOSE IN-If you are looking for Paved street. Wilbur be used for 2 families. 2 Cat !%iome. 7500. only (3500 down. Select yours a Walter price.
\.ek W. A Jon & c 415W. S our O'Neal wide variety.at 120 N. Or efficiency. 1. 2 bedrooms.. Private ORLANDO AVE.-Nf1 Bus Underpass.Gentlemen service. a It beautiful Is. Owners home. apartment with Incomehere of 6 Strickland Broker; 16.0.. Church; already equippd. Lrl. 2- .kltheD 3 BEDROOM house 2 baths 4 room Investment Co.now.49 N. Orange Ave Rose

An.JOulbl.rn. .nl. Ar.d. entrance. On bus. Adults.CHURCH Inquire at preerrfd. Station; Mrs. rooms and bath. Exclusively 6175. with plfn" .trn. space (7.800 garage apt. city water gag. Lot Orwln Manor office 3356 N. Orange

Spinet Walnut WRIT WATHE. BENRUS Men's ST. 310 E.-2 rom and Dean. Blfdao with 2 completely lumld DUPLEX rooms and bath each furnished. 1.0 mortgage at (50 80x279' Plenty of fruit. 363-3rd Ave. Av.
down payment. 1ew.1 Joseph's bath. No children: 2 blOu side. One side completely fur- per month. .. Realtors: Mt. Dora.
ORANGE AVE.. 473 ments with separate entrances. Owner CORNER NASHVILLE and 23rd St.S. .
118 E. Robinson
easy monthly terms. AssociatedStores. Jewelry Exchange. lS Church. Lake Eola. Phone 6864. nicely S.Llnlbrom. will sacrifice at a loss and fire 1mtnedtate nished. Income (55 per month(1850 ; dial 2-3753. BEST 4-bedroora Dome in town Orange Blossom Trail. 24 lots.

143 N. Orange Ave. Phone ELIZABETH ARDEN'S new fitted CENTRAL AVE.. 809 E-Small fumlhfd. Pnt. pafadon. C. P. ShumwayRealtor cash will handle. Total pree. : NORTHEAST-uburban. small con. 87500. pay (3000 down balance 270' highway frontage. Cheap. H.Farley. .

300. -Tresiurette' kit I black: or red. .p.rmfnt with electric refrigera Brekf.t pr"Uel. rom. ; ; 23282. King Realty; 30 E. 83: ufte blCt bOUEf. deep well f1fe (45 month. Wm. Mathews with Dan .
QUILT BQUARZ-40 Diamonds Small and smart be used for a (50 10ntb. Permanentadults PALM DRIVE 915-Nicely furnished: 10 tricity .\ 2V acres high dry Kolar. Broker. 206 S. Main: 7811.
ple. band bag well for double bed. Private home. 2 meals COLONIALTOWN SECTION Completely 441. (2.750 with small DUBSDREAD COUNTRY CLUB sec-
as enough Phone 24834.CORNELl. down
pieced roomy only. pay HOME AND
i on I If desired. furnished. 3-bedroom home. DEVON ROAD. 1311-Beautiful corner ment. ACREAGE miles from tion. Large lots low as 8495. easy
square. Ph. 9774. ; the lenfru. supply of beauty essentials AVE. 1858; new efficiency. Electric fruit trt. lot nicely landscaped plus See Gould with Johnston city limits, north. Bungalow built terms. Pay monthly. Have lot paid
which tt contains. 825. Mc- SOUTH ST. 26 E. Close in. clean. ktchrl lale. Henry Broker. W. Church
Electric new Upper 1150. lower S87SO. sprinkler system. Masonry home of I St. In 1942. 1 bedroom and sleeping far when building materials become
PRETR 8fot(27S. Phone 2-371. Elroy's Pharmacy 125 S. Orange.3i. 12.25 B.th Itchen. CooL neat. Winter Twin beds hot water, adjoining Church. 8435. Rel) Z_ three bedrooms tile bath screened NORTHEAST SECTION-New cement porch and 5 acres of land. All electric available. Property In this high class

bth. Working poplf. screened breeseway block home. 2 bedrooms kitchen equipment, paved road school
fiont porch section
pad. bu* fur- ; ; ; 2 1s bound to increase rapidly
UG.-4z12 Wiltoa Prk LAKE pnh.
Articles Wanted CLEAR
Wt R WASHINGTON ST. 901 East-Bed- SECON-I.5.. open tied patio: all electric kltcnen; electric water heater. Wired deetrio bus at door and stores nearby. Fur la value. Buy today ahead of this
background. 200. 4
ltrc. C.I CLSE IN-3-rm-.nd-b.t .P.r room double. bath. nished. b.t large with laundry tubs. stove. Lot 100x150. S20OO cash. nished. Only (2800 cash and balance increase. We have some beautiful
be seen by appointment. Wrt BtF AXES-Furniture of all kinds; sewIng '. PrDlhed. Pr".t electric kitchen; garage. Large rom. Balance of (4900
O. Fredrick. 118 N. Price payable (38 month. McNutt- large lot
3210 Illinois. Please Adults oply.EDGEFATER Single screened I1SOO. H.rt. .r.nl.d. (5350. Ann right on the golf course.
Touchstone. machines anything you have 2.889. WITE'pAK- large front and back
Boodwln Herman Heasley. Realtors. 15 W. Washington.Ph. Water liehta. and bus
Ine gas available
Or.nc. .
ROCKERS PI.tor Assorted to sell. eewell-Tliurmond FurnitureCo. DRIVE. 2515-2 rom Irnto baths and es UO cash balance 140 monthly. great live in Orlando.' BrOke1677N.Orange;Gowil 9855. 5106.BRAND Paved. Carrican & Poland Owners.
Sun deck lake. t
colors. Co. 2300 .. 72 W. Pine St. Dial 4070. furnished For showers. onrlokln. Roper Realty.
Idgewater Mor In Part.. AUCTION GOODS Still only. .p.rtment .dut Bummer r.t. Wlnt r Pars; 27. Church l.ndsnD. 23433. NORTH SIublt.nt.1 3-bedroom Carman Bldg. 673 N. Orange; 2-
D. Col.c 4551: evenings. 3-2534.

RECORD PLAYERS-Electric. Ideal time to send your WAT.Ia.bl.t the EUSTIS-Furnished apartment with YALE single.AVE.Adjoining 1432 W.-Room bath.. twin Innersprings. or- CONWAY SECTION Newly built DUBSDREAD block bomf.SECON-Ne.rom.2-b-. IS. home. nf.r .chol for quick shoppingcenter. sale to down. 2 NEW bedroom BUNGALOW, hardwood-floors.(300 INTERLACHEN Every lot a lakefront -

for bah and house l.nl. Con- auction for Turd. sale. Call upstairs. Second 101. 40. 31 Exeter home. block construction with rom. cash per Call with Cav- Priced (9.500 for immediate sale. Bet City conveniences with all
hot water. Nearbus.
1,5. Rumu.el
.. Including
for Deming conveniences gas
2524Kuhl. 2-0156 modern
Enstls. Cut.nt
t. St. F. preferred. Buy this get an (8000 home. fnulh. 4308. ter than a O.I. loan. Owner believes the advantages of suburban living.
Auction Sales 733 W. Church St. BU.lel. Pb stove etc. Excellent road -
FAIRBANKS AVE. 1304 Winter 6044.ROOMPrivate. Realty Church and Main 2- NORTH Owner leaving In the property and will finance the Adequate restrictions. Prices less than
school bus. R FU., ( Must sell
RADIOS-Crosley and Pa Console BASS nDL- Reasonable condi Park. Efficiency apartment: kitchenette Real et. 1,0.. 3433. this completely furnished balance. Ask for Joe Thompson with you'd expect. Rex-McGlll Realtors.
type and table por tion. Call 8041. Mr. Carlo. porch. Furnished. Adult home. on bus line; Terms. McKelvey. 2-bedroora Manic Williams. Realtors 21 W. 128 N. Oranen Phnna 4117
Ao b.t Central. Office phone 8S21; residence9708J2. DUBSDREAD SECTION 6-room bungalow on corner
kitchen privileges. en-
tables. Bumby H.rdw.r. W. CH 6 antique dining room only. trance. Please telephone Pnt. home furnished with all electric street. 6500. C. P. Sh1m.lot 67t0 p."e Washington St. Phone 8106. LAKE FRONT LOT-Nice large lot

Church. ch.lr. Bradshaw. 2-3184. JEFFEN CUT HOTl and 0:6. kitchen Included. Big lot, plenty of 140 N. Or.nc: 2-3282. ) ea Lake Hourglass nice oak shad

REFRIGERATOR Ua 9-ft. 2- Jewelry old Summer ROM with home like prlvUfIf' shade. Excellent terms to bu"e. will PARK LAKE NEW CEMENT BLOCK HOUSE tree 82500. See W. K. Price. Real
-rom .I.bl. COLLEGE PARK New modern modern
.tche. 420 8. AVE.-Ne.
door None all Complet DLOND.. .' clb price. r.tH.HGHY __Homf emfort. Ornl' constructed f take offer. Mike Flower. 33 masonry construction. Aluminum Steel sashes copper .plumbing Estate 346 South Orange Av*. Phone
V Only 175. ca I1S. Segal. Jeweler 32 W. M. M IS BELL'S-435 South Orange Avenue. rom masonry 8. Mall. Phone Chabot. S529.DUBSDREAD large living room and dlnmg room. 6385_
dlUon Furnished C.rl. sar-b.
COURT 325 For quiet and uptown. 2 bedrooms and den; 1 car garage Asbeto. title non. Dandy 2- 2
W.rd Ielr. DIAMOND WANTED V 3 rooms. First floor. For adul. Co. and laundry space. New rante. refrigerator -Nice section. New 2- homf. Clone .hnl. stores large bedrooms. Price (6950: (2PSO LAKE DAVIS-2 lots lake front. On
o1NQ-Dntch-Lsp asbestos root- carat perfect stone adults only. 5 LOVELY LARGE ROOMS. with and hot water heater.Ready bedroom bungalow on paved street. bus. reduced to 510 000. Exclusive down. Clyde McKenzle. Brkoer. 13 lake view with 3 adjacent lots. Call

i. siding and shingles. Gutter .owner. Hoover. Box 1511.Orlando. KUHL AVE 2822-2-room furnished t'O bath. beds large to move In. Terms can be ar Oak floors throughout; attached with Hurblo'N.1 Realtors: B. Main. Phone 24775.A Winter Park 611-JX.

,put L T. Jernlcan.. 70Alexander Adde.. L apartment.. No children. closets. tlnWIrk \ low ranged. Ask for L- A. Bryant with garage: price 1'80. terms. Anne 118 B. Roblnptn FURNISHED. 2-bedroom home for LAKE FAIRVIEW (Near) 3 lots
Summer rates. Martie William Realtor. 21 W. Goodwin with Goodwin. Inc. PRINCETON (7000. Owner leaving town. See this
SHEET. ROCK-70 per square foot. Portable preferred. Must be in'' UCL APATMEI8. 2bedroom Morse LVIGBEDROM. Nicely furnished. Washington St. Phone 8106. Broker. 677 N. Or.nl. 9855. Co.. to everything. Lovely mod today. Vee Van Hoten with ClydeMcKenzle. plete. See Mr. Bnerstler with Henry com

Nails. (10 per keg. Telephone 6395. I good condition. 114 N. Glenwood St. I Janitor service hot P\.t ..' privilegeIn I EAST-.(Between Central and W.EhInltnl 2-hedrnnm. frame bunealow 12 S. Main. Ph. 2-4775. Burch. Broker 13 S. Main: 3-1090.

4 z B. 70'' WANTED! Good and water,.p.nmfDt... Year round or rom. 473 S. Orange Ave. 6-year-old modern bunga built 1939. Slet hardwood non: DO YOU WANT A HOME for lea LAKE 08CEOLA-winter Park's fin
aH Rpie.. FRNI. Coehran'a Furniture Summer rental. Adults only. Winter DO YOU WAN good room single CHEROKEE PARK-Ranch style 2- low, nlcel furnished. Close to bus. lovely sun porch: attached than 9000. We have 17 of them. est lake and residential section.

Fh. 3-4176 or 934 Grand call Qu.nttF. 2-2367. Park or .. Del.hbrho.pleasant bedroom. 2-bath modern bungalow.Spacious sell at (9.850. terms. garage with hot and cold ..t.r Come in today and get yours. Vee Van Dock boat house and sandy bathing
Beeu&.1 2.931 01 118.MGNOL' surrounding? paneled den. living room Jamerson and Care. Realtors. 70 attic tD blower bP furnace. Thin Stolen with Clyde McKenzie 12 8. beach. Western
DOORS and FURNITURE Used stoves ice boxes AVE. and Weber. Large Dal 2-2581. exposure. Price.
SCE ; : dining room nook. Attic E. C.ntrl. A T. (Buster) home spit : rtariv to Main: 3-4775. 5750.
plates. Mail Sewing machines. Call before you tol Utili CORNER ROOM bath; exclusive bn.U. Ca rter. 9518. Into. Price. CaTensush. Realtors. 4308.
1.bdrom apatmeDt fan. 2 screened living porches. move 110.7 liberal
embers and designs lulls and Net sell. We pay "top" SewellThnrraond tlf Couple home. Gentleman preferred. Refer 2-1 terms. Jamersnn A NEW 2-BEDROOM home for 7400. LOTS OF LOTS Nice locations.
te. beautifully
prlcf. Iuie. 1 furnished. Terms. and Carter, Real.inns.
EAST No 4 bath
l.rl. tUf. Terms If desired. Vee Van Hoten
raska. Furniture Co. 72 W. Priced from (35000 to (2.20000.
eICf. C.1 6:34. 70 E. Central.
Pn. by appointments H. C. 2 screened porches. breeseway.storage Phone T. with
Clyde McKenzie,
BIb A 12 8. Main; 2-
SEWINO MACHINES Factory re ORANGE BLOSSOM p.rk SINGLE RM Working young cock Jr.. with Robert R. Tyre. room. Price make
guaranteed like new: porU 4070.P Efficiency. Electric TI man or .tudfnt.. 16 weekly. Y. U. tor. W. 6174. offer. 2628 E. reduced of 10.00 to (1500 per month
baL rer.r.t"D 1 W..hnltol
abl console. A Wiggins; -624,7 WANTED It's furniture semi 9363.private b.t(45 pl montb Pb C. A. 311 Magnolia. Ph. 8006. 6t I PRINCETON AVE.-Near the school Prescott IQQg._ 4S-We V. Steele Central Broker Avenue.Dlal-2-

SHEET IA IQUMJN-, weH buy of Or- 47-1. Rental AgenciesWE C I-E.i side. rooms and EAST SIDE-Duplex-Practically stores and churches too. This In (1000 DOWN-Move la. LANCASTER PARK-75 ft. with
sheet met 3ft IQu.r' ft l.te PIE CASTLE 3-room apartment. fur- nicely furnished.ne..j a six room frame bungalow old orange
; 11 lOo rp.i let "fI-planned. enough that trees (1375. 100 ft. with orange -
aer. pip Prle. (45 a mont Telephone WILL HELP you find a rental nished. at eondllon. Lrle corner lot with you may be sure of good New 3-bedroom concrete block house
8. 14th Leesburg. lando. E. Church St. Phone 3-3808 1-a lumber but trees (1700. 100 ft. corner,
Fla. 8L s 2.81. for a (3 service charge. Vftr.n' 7500. A. Allison. Realtor 37 W. .ddlton.1 units. Convenient lo not so old as to be So- with fireplace. Only (5200. No city shade trees, 2250. 150 ft. lake front
crepit. In fact
SOUTH 2318 W.-2 furnished Real Estate Agency. 29 8. Washington. price. Robert R. It Is clean and in taxes.
nton. SPel.1 Tr. (3500. M. J.
Court Moss Broker 132 8.
STEAM JENNY-Hy-Pressure. for LADDER BACK CHP.i. 4 or apt. front. rom I W.lhlnltol 814. splendid condition ready for Immediate A. C. Golden. Broker. 1121 N. Orlando
1 Main phone
I.k :
LANDLORDS will supply
cleaning moto. buildings.driveways. 6; mahogany ; nub O occupancy. Bus service at the Ave.. (Near Maltland Underpass).
p.r .n glass secre WINTER pAR-F.lrb.n. Ave. 824 desirable tenants free of charge apartment. Can be handled for 2. door, self service I.UDdr around the LAKE FRONT LOTS la Interlakea.
Elliot 10 W. t. Ao. .ma. W W. consistingof I and obligation. Just phone us your 900 cash. Best deal In town. See Wm.Mathews EASTSIDE LAKE FRONT bero corner. Price with reasonableterms. Winter Park.NEW Unusual City Conveniences: re*

living room. 2 bedrooms kitchen i vacancy. Veterans Real Estate Agency. with Dan Kolar Broker. 206 frame bungalow on be.utful ef.r .ail"". Realton. itrleted. Nydesger Inr. Co 606 Z.
SERVICYCLE-1946 modeL like n... OFFICE SAFE-One hour. Frer.lt and bath. 1 weekly. 29 8. Court St. Ph. 2-4481. 8. Main. 7811. water lake only 25 : r; I W. Washington St. Phone 5106. 1 Colonial Dr.: dial 8065. *
Must .u Phone 2-3882 before 8 i delivered. lando. Furnishings Included I 2 BEDROOM bungalow close to
".m. DfiQ'u Co. 390 N. Orang 5454. APT.-3 room 'uDfurnlbl. on bus 48. Hotel CLOSE IN 2 blocks from Orange (4950. Rex-McGlll. Realtors. N. bus. Lot 100x137. Only 500. (1000 LAKE CONWAY SECTION lots between
line. IQul. rear ofFamily I Roms I Avenue. 3 Hdrom., eltr. large 4147. PARK LAKE-Don't overlook theseoldt 2 lakes lakeview. oa paved
SOLAR SYSTEM ORANGES WANTED-Any Orange. cash. Can Joe with Veterans. Real
.It itU.tln. .mount Corner Michigan and living Newroof
New 100 gaL tnk t Highest cash price. Fern LAKE lOLA HOTEL-Summer rates and rom. a on one EAST SIDE-About 1 block off LakeEola. but perfectly located three Estate Agency. 29 S. Court: 2-4481 read: take all (1.350. J.A.L. Ohio.
KD Real Estate.
bedroom 108 8.
( Co. 7267. Cfk. hotel service. Impronmfnt. Lt :7a31. hfull. They have the room
with now Complete comfortable Property Management Department.
braket. 15. I have a very
met m.t I Irn.U nicely we-
APAR1MENT and roomg. I.nd.e.pd .ih 1 lac ctrl the the convenience toshoos
2-RoM Dining all meals; to ) PALM TERRACE-Beautiful building
convenient every
Phlmbll He.tn. OLD pay highest prices rom OPn 2.113 of 3-bedroom home
GLW. Colonial. 211 Eola tr. and that Just cannot .
309 Z. Am.l. Jbon. 2-202. for diamond. old gold watches few feet to park. Summer Prtw.. ST. JAMES HOTEL-South and Rosa rom for erecting garage .P.n thing. Pie (8500; $5500 cash assume be found ftr ahol.anything like the same DONT MAKE OFFER-You Will know site; lake view and lake fronts. Attractive '
SINK RIMS-All standard sixes .It broken teeth silverware. r.t. 1995. lind. Summer rates; air conditioned. mfnt courtc. Price. 10.50. ( mortgage. Jamerson and money in the present new hUh rout this couldn't be priced lower than Carl Tesder. Developer.

tl. Southeast Steel Beckman & Sons. 139 N. Or.n. NEWLY FURNISHED 4 room and I Double singles: 9253. terms. Jamerson and C.rtr. Re.l Cat.r. Realtors. 70 E. CentraL Phone nouses. See thin Call (9.500 furnished, so buy with confidence 31 N. Orange: 2-0442.

eo 100 W. Amelia; b.t. Private entrance upstairs tors. 70 E. Central. Carter. 9516. a IU.n.. this new spacious 3 bedroom LOVELY shaded lots facing Lake
'.14. OFFICE Get our MACHINES prices. Check and with furniture.George and cool. Permanent 48-1. Bah Rental lOusier Carter. IHI.! A Kilgore. Nice home. O'Har.-Mon.. .. 2.838. 109 home with many outstanding features. Highland on Hamlln. See sign
100 W.Copl.nd SIDE240
BECTIONAI. SOFA 75. IUf.t prer.rfd Rnln.bl. heaters; hot water Liberal terms. Call 8tlmpson-6taton. offer 3324 W. South.
-4-pc. Save Stuart. 1 8. Main Bt* phone 8158. COLLEGE PARK (1) Modern bdrom SUBURBAN-(1500 cash
Beautiful double dowelled'tram Drn COCOA BEACH RENTALS Hot frame house completely 6 : blinds. Unfurnished moves you Metcalf Bldg.. Phone 8159. BUILDING LOTS-Select your home-
with fbrc.proof glue WE BUY used furtu.. Call us b APT. 2 rooms ..ndb.t. rooms for 2 at (25 per rom furnished. 8500. Terms. 9791 In this well constructed 6-room site In the
w.tr not a fore selling. .Unumlhed 2-bedroora furnished nished. Screened porch attached 7500. fr.ml bungalow On 100 land- now attractive Dubs-
nail la ( 1909Oerda Pmlur. Co .t\ la Pni- ropean plan. Large lot. ft dread Country Club section. Lots la
Tera.CtncUoD. 10 No. 2 Store. 815 W. Curch. ". .. mile from city cottages. 1 block from beach at (40 cr.f. 1.150. Tile FOREST HILLS -Overlooking b.ut- scsped lot. Nice and Good all sizes. Close to school bus and
2-883. limits on 441. West Trailer Park. week or (150 mo. Call writ Paul ful Lake Sue. n.l.hbrhod. Total
01 bath oak floors, screened prc. 150 itores. Priced reasonably. Cash or
all kinds ot metal Lodge. porch. planned. Spacious 2-story home. 3 with ATTRACTIVE MODERN
8&lor e..men' Wdon. Aluminum roof WE PAY highest casn prices for old 2 BERoM. use of entire mofr Large lot. 1,80. terms available. bedrooms. 2 tile baths powder room. Inc. Broker: (77 N. Oranre; 9855 BUILD YOUR HOME In Whispering
damond. and diamond on lake. and ultra Allen 140 N. Or- landscaped. This beautiful lawn coxy
aluminum garage Je.el i .er. .Ra- DAYNA BECH-Ne. High corner lot well Bungalow large Breeze: carefully thought out restrictions
doors. Automatic type. Southeast .n endlUon.. City Orane sonable. Phone 4398. oe.nfront apartments.Reservations ange. 8612. "Specialising In Homes.CITY ." unusual home is completely and I SUBURBAN room furnished block /r : : cool completely furnished 2-bed protect yon and your financial

Steel Bales Co. 100 W. Amelia .e.el at Church. IUlletd. Capt. Rainwater LIMITS (north)-5 rooms and beautiful furnished. Sacrifice to rOe Lot 79 7ybi room nice setting. You will love It.Owner's Imminent. Maximum flew to

Ave.. do.nl.ln. Phone 2-1442 WILL PAY (300 cash roT spinet piano: 46. Houses for Rent Surtview Arts. 710 Vermont bath partly furnished; (1000 n.h.Tot.1 an .tatf. 125.00. Exclusive .lh I I 147 with nice price (11.900. Whet's your every house. Located on Forest City

SCREEN and alu (10 for uprlh& Wrt. Singer Av*., Daytona Beach. price (4SOO. Realty; 30 Huello'Nul. Rf.ltor.; 118 E. Rob Only (18OO ca. balance. of (2700oayeble offer? Frank S. Crebs. Realtor 607 Rd* V, mile N. Old Anopka Rd.

WErn 13o '0 BUTLER DR.. off Kuhl. 1 block East E. Church. 8435. Kl I inIn: fl 2-37:3. Realtors.(30 McNntt-HeaslrT' Metcalf Building-Phon* 2-1710. Handy to Winter Park and Orlando.
miu. W. Washington. Ph.
a foot. Knox S a.Co. 25 SEALED BIDS for 4 shower b.t Modern S rooms bath. Furnished. COLUMBIA ST. 1240 W.-3-bedroom : FERN CREEK DR* NORTH-Near 5106. 1 Owner premises.BY .
E. Pine. Phone toilets kitchen sinks. Couple .rer.r.d. H. Kruman. OCEANFRONT and Peninsula Home house completely Apply new school location. Well furnished OWNER-50x150 oa Highland.
2.318.IUN .
MIRROR-.Replaces the dic reasonable. Mlapah Mission, Taft.b BEERY SHORES SECTION-2- i Daytona Be.ch S 1107 8. Kentucky. lurl.hfd I 3 bdro home .0 lot. garage SANFORD. Five-room-Rouse bungalow and filling, fiame station. 2nd lot 8. of Marks. East exponunv

WILL PAY 2 baths. All and trees. Price Consider ear In trade. Phone 497W.
tPhon. Can be used as a P-A service reappr..r.t.Uer. and rooms bedrom. furnishings. Jack L. Mullln. Realtor. 307 H Seabreeze COLLEGE PARK-Unfurnished. reduced cirs today. Outstandingvalue construction: two bedrooms b.lh.1ln DAY NURSERY Winter Park.EXCELLENT.
Qltm. your fa"orlt radio Junk p.dou.EIQuWt. TeL 2188. bedroom concrete tile house. 1 3.1' 11.25 room room, kttrhen.I
tires and rubber tubes. adult family can obtelnle.r at terms. Harlow O.Pr.drlek br.akat
proca court 01 many Lamar WU BOuenrd to school stores and bus. Tile 1.75. Filling it M Ion i LAKEFRONT LOT
Orange Ave. Dial
Rt. 1. Park paved
Box 134A. Robt. L. Pryde location In Winter
fu things. Full mut an. Maitlsnd. Ie. R.ltor. sink and floors: laundry and toiletin brick and stucco construction. Electric I Ideal Close In. Only (1050 on term H.

recording a single reeL E. t WE BUY YOUR pine trees or saw 668 N. Orange: 2-4596. garage._ Venetian bnn.ul.tea I 881. great to live In PDITO and ..t.r "tern street. 6 room bungalow 3 bedrooms P. Poland Realtor Carrtgan Bldg.

opr.t Also Mall-A-Volce rerdfr U7267M. King Company. FRT CITY ROAD-4 miles out. AI1mnul. windows wuiei Orl.ndo' er's sale. P. O. Box 1579 Sanford.U.n large lot. some fruit electric 672 N. Orange; 24551.
vole lt' 49. Business Rentals mft. kitchen laundry of course a
letter" .
by m.t. block furnished. 1 street. (3000 cash balance (56 FORMOSA SECTION-Do you wanta .
1. LOT. 65x150.
on beautiful Lake Virginia
Business Equipment F. family would find a lot of living
Co. 31 bedroom and sleeping porch. 6 acres monthly. Furniture available. Ask for real home with oak floors tile ,
near Rollins Collrae. Price
ange. 64:4.TX1.. 35. Fuel land Electric kitchen. School bus at OFFICE OR STORE on street floor. Realtor bath. 3 bedrooms- well located la this home that will be sold
Oil H-1O08. Harold V. ; o
and Wood 4700. Call 749-W. Winter Park.
36. Can between 9 door. Available May 10th. (80 month. Can be seen at 805 East Washington 37 E. Central. 6137.CondcL paved .trfet. near De. lake, SOUTH DELANEY SECTION-Frame with most ot the furniture. (10.500
Mrs. Richard Redditt. Rt. 2. Box 268- Street. ( down b.lanc 3 bedroom home with den. front cash BETTER BUY that lot now. Builders
Inquire FIlEt
to 1249 OIL-A full tank Is safer. 10,0. 3.0
p.m Individual this and good screened porch: ; oak look these over. East Jefferson. Roaarden -
Mercedes Ave. Phone A. Hi Miles off old highway. RENT second floor Intt plutel w.ll
821. Have your tank fined Appt. FOR PARK-3 stories. 3 bed fireplace. fan. Agency. Realton. 112 M.
A warehouse Storage CHOKE buys. C. U. Taylor Broker 2516 N.Or.nlf nor Lr. .ttc HaH Bros. : 50x140: (95O. East Vander.
'Your b.t and kitchen la rustproof larger Insures beat on coldest HIGHWAY 441. 8 miles North of following comp.n floors. 2-ear garage.Comfortable 5644.HARRISON car earate. trees. Grant Ave. TeL 5189. but: 60x140: 1050. 720 E. Livingston;
.. Free mornings. McGraw Fuel Oil Service Orlando. Turn right at first crol mrnt the dlmfn.lon. home. Owner leaving ( furnished. unfurnish School
12,5 50x137 1250. Kale district
Bob Sweeney. Phone 24632.'TAAPAW.XNS.12 e.U.te. road past 2nd .. on deep 13' 6" wide. 9' 3" high ale. ( terms.W. 8T. 2U13-Furnished 2- cash .10,1 :
For quick 5
o\ep. town t3 mortgage. 100x136 775. Near Princeton School
:37. left. 4 all modern fur 1225 Sq. nJ Fireproof 3 1.0 story frame house with 3 ;
Fertilizers and rooms new budll. B. Main: bedrm. Harlow O. 118
em. N. 100x125 corner (1650. Loren O. Dunn.
canvas spe SoD nished. 3 mos. ton elevator. Just the Nlcholon Relor. 1 1 baths sun room. 2-.r garage. dial 8188. Fedrlct. LOVELY NEW modern 2-bedroora
c.U.te. Sixes 1al. B. F. furniture household lent 2-1619. 100 x (13.500. avail Or.ne. block house on nice corner lot. Broker: 6 N. Brown: 2-1269.
DIRT Peat. .0. 1 Lt. 15. tr. to live
BLC myrtle. Shrub LAKE HIGHLAND-Completely fur- Ie.t In Orlando.
O O.rlnd of all town or very eonomlc.1 w.re We the key. John Good neighborhood. Now ready to occupy.
and an yard klnd.. Tr.nIPI.nt. nished home. From May 15th to hOU space for downtown payIng COUNTRY CLUB SECTION-5-room son. Realtor. 140 N. Orange; 8612. See Max Des Roeler. North side 55. Country Property for Sale

TIRES-.4 6:50 z 19 a ply. Tubes.New. 2-44. Sept. 15th inclusIve (150 per mont high Orang Ave. Rentals. This brick. 3 berom. large living Specialising In Homes.. ot Lake San Sunan. Orb Vista.
300 COLD Destroys pests D.I 7541 or 8849. 37 Z. Marks St. just and porch.
ran P.u Grand. SMOK and building at I room nefUen' HAZEL AVE.-A good buy. furnished StUBAN-D I.t. email eottag
Maltland. cret. growth longer. Best MURIEL AV 34 WWi share four doors oft Orange Ave. 800 block Furnished on large lot. Owner. 5-room with sleepingporch fuml.hO. lot. over 30
flowers vegetables shrubs home each tenant furnish own i imft.1 leaving Price Root. JL.Pryde. bungalow nice fruit trees. Flshlna- SPRINOS-
Late p.dlok
model and moem 10,0. on corner faces south and FIRST TIME OFFEREDTwo -
ua I..na 508 Brookhaven conveniences.PINE absolute lot boating and
standard six D. 6314. p.ne front Realtor. ornl 2-518 In good Buy this home swimming. AH for
completely Smlth-Wil-. COW MANURE.. (8 yd.; 100 bag room building low Insurance in 41. for nellhbrho. enjoying the Martie Williams. Realtor 2 W. 1.750'1 story frame home. In excellent Two 5-room houses la one package

son Co.. reonditone.. 9759. ,0dfu'er d. M. A. Knight. 1.5 CT June farDla.dhome. Sbl rates. Rental (25 month will COLNI SECON-BuUt .. .. 1.80 and pleasures of owning ington St. Phone 8106. condition. 3 bedrooms. 2Vi baths for (4.200.

UPHOLSTERY: Above 112-M-. Q. Box 1351. adults; permanent. Box 343 8-te. make one or two-year leases U de furnished. A gas kitchen. Garage. your own borne. See (leo. F. Bras air conditioned lot Is 149x150. extra New bouse-5 rooms; large lot Tile

standard .tk FAIC New DmTRc black top soil fill and TAFT. FLA.-2 houses. 3 room partly sired. DII. Freezer. 37 Z. Marks. 1 190-ft. 10.5. terms. Weir Realty Co.. 1 E. Central Are. SUBURBAN-75 ft. on 17-92 Hlghy. lot to street In rear can be bad. floors: 58.250.FurnishedSpecious.

terns and Qu.lt Brown. p.t full loads. Write furnished. 5-room unfurnished. System. 628 Pnf 4141.CLNITOWNPlhe. Phone 2-3195. 450 ft. deep with house. this Is an ideal location for a home home; price 17.500. .-

N. Orange. R 8 H. A Bray, P. O. Box 102. Ph. 64R4.WINE. 50. Wanted to Rent _- HOME ACRES-Winter Park 3 bed 20x40. Electricity and water. Only or guesthouse, call for appointment term*.
F.. Co. Lt.r sleepIng 81800. A. C. Broker. 1121 N. and details. ;*I1 at our Altamont* Springs Office.
rooms large front
CLEANER With at 3JR.1. PARK-Available June 15. garage screenedporch. Call Winter
VAC APT.-.2 or 3 rooms, furnished. Orlando Homer Sewell. Manager.
a FILL-Oood black top soil muck (75 Furnished. 212 porch, screened front and servIce 3 extra house lots. Only 5100. Ave Wear Maitland UnderPass .
tmeDt UDnra P.eUc.t month Quiet refined working couple. ). Winter Park. Hall Bros.. Agency Realtors 112 K. Park 88394.HnckelO'Neal.
B. and dan W. Comstock. L1' porches electric kitchen. 7500. No city taxes. A. C. Golden Broker. Robinson
f.rtr. 50. Permanent. Box 350 Realtors; 118 E.
DU\rd 8-Sta. Realtor Orange Ave. TeL 5189.
T.lfpbon. 2-0:3. terms available. Allen ohnson. 1121 N. Orlando Ave.. (Near Maltlandnnderpau SOUTHEAST SECTION hula dial 2-3753.
VENETIAN BLINDS days delivery. WINTER PAR Prnhf 3brom APT.- 3 room and b.t. 140 N. "Specialising ). winter Park. but definitely nice ;
fill dirt deliverdl Pre Orn. 8112. m.n.lol a
Why buy cheap blinds when you MUR. close references. .el
can get the best for lust a few cents nV lu.rnted Sh.de Dairy. ". Phone Winter Park. 18) couple. Ph.Bfa'2-3178. Refne In Homes. HUOHEY ST.-4-bedrooms; sleeping built Inc 2-bedroom home. Lot of .
pho space; screened porch 2
the home beautiful
COLLEGE porch and garage. Some furniture.Also .
mot Hade la Orlando by O.rl. LOW RENT-Enjoy country during mornings. PAR-Here' for-both lots with lovely shade trees plentyof 51-1. Lake County Property COUNTRY PROPERTY Since*
have 6-room All for (
102 Edgewater Dr.. ph. 2-04: PUVE PEAT-50c a bu. 01 hot months. Cabin with cookingPrivileses. Furnished in Orlando. In you looks and bn .lt. Lane with cottage.Herman 10.1.II. lnlt. Price Sammle Fran 1916. Ask Asher Peter. "He probe

VENETIAN BLINDS-Factory under fre Corner of Gore (10 and 812 per week. A.mother. well behaved RfD. 2 bedrooms prr. screened 677 N. GoWll. dao. 14:0. 4 Arcade. CLERMONT. LAKE COUNTY. FLA.- ably knows." Co,. Central and Main.

pructon We offer aluminum Parramere 01 Phillips at 9926.eat.hanIcdto. Pine Grove Motor Court. 6 miles school 6 days. Mother employed. No il porch large b.t Oak Brokr: Or.ne 18:: 7407. Rom C.ntrl Here's a beautiful newly built LAKE FRONT-Plymouth, 10 acres
ft bUd Soc per aq. TOP SOIL nerth of Orl.ndo O U. 8. 17-92. smotktng or drinking. Per.nent floors throughout. Large corner lot. GARDENS Owner leav home in Clermont. the beauty-spot of of high land. Ideal for citrus. Also

It Ime.t delivery. 3305out. Guaranteed measure; phone MOTHER and small son wish con Box 341 8-8tar. I beautifully On pavedi IVANHOE SECTION-Lovely .p.n SUSHE, nice- lots with 2 Florida; lot 125 x 125. overlooking 2-bedroom bouse surrounded by
type home cathedral lake 2 minutes walk to bath-
wooden make large ;
genial lady to share 4 celn. beautiful oaks and pines. Only 3.
room cottage. with
.I.bl. APT. OR or 4 rooms un i i street .lde..II. trailers for living quarters. Only S850.
1 life block walls
estimates at no Orlando HOUS3 floors % land Inc beach concrete stuccoed
321 after offer this b.th. 000. Richard H. Realtor
e bargain Kasaros.
obUI.tOD .o
6t. p.m. W* are
Ln. couple; no (250 down and (25 per For
this for
Venetian Blind fumtfd. RfU.bl. room. outside furred plastered
1739 8. month
Co. 38. for only (8,950 unfurnished tl. ron 573 N. Orange; 3-O99O.
Plants. Flowers and Ronfort. I quick
: C. U. Taylor. .
Kohl: 8059. SeesAU Pt. 1708 la ItrltOn location and price. Geo. del. 218 Inside; triple count concrete floors
FURNISHED. 1 or 2 bedrooms; 8.1.CTAG&m.l HOUSE WANTED or 3 but kitchen equipment Incude. & 23175.JAMAJOSmail N. Or.nc. 5644. polished and scored In squares: con
V acid beat bdrom.Pr.d. Guernsey and Green. Inc. H Son R.ltr.
AIH-pll and flOwer.artistic table Yearly lease. R..ltr SUBURBAN Close In. 2-bedroom crete tile roof: picture window la URI FRONT-17H acres ever 800
montb Central dial 411S.CLNlTWN2bdom
For 21 E.
alo "11ta' non and .I. anywhere. JoAnn's Completely fur il .dnne. Adults. house, 15 living room 16 feet long; two large ft. lake frontage. Well shrubbed
ba tp. Florist. Pb 4702 frame. ct.. larbhed att. Fit yard. 600 azaleas 100 bearing citrus
MIl UorerKtUnlr'IJ. Including After 4 p.m. Herman (1500 .. bedrooms, tile bath separate shower
VENETIAN 64 E. Central: a atWte large 3 Iot. .etbl.chlckl trees. main house furnished 3 guest
Custom built.
464. stall; large living and dining
I lanterns. for HOUSE rows All fenced. rooms;
col WANTED-Modern Ine Broker; 677 N. Orange; honf.
Special $ sq. ft. Five-day AFRICAN VIOLET PLANTS-Lars Summer. 2 adults only. ( ed bungalow.. 2 or 3 lu.h-. modern kitchen. Fruit trees. Completely Oowl Deep electricity. Hard ro.d.A modern electrified kitchen with electric 'mouses, partially furnished. Shelter
delivery. RadblU Venetian Blinds Co. of Mont POI furnished with washing ma- : "fI. for horses cows chickens and can.
other blooming Summer 733 8. Orlando Ave. local doctor and family. 2 for terms. "The Buyer's ranee breakfast nook laundry
1836 Hollenbeck Dr.! phone 211.I pl.nt. A fresh shipment of house Permanent. Call 4146. chen chin*. Ironer radio. Must sacrifice.Make LAKE BUTLER-Recent masonry ."12.50. Realtors 62 V* and bobby rooms. Garage la keeping To see* something different call usOeonle
1900 construction, full two story. 3bdrm. 1 Schiller Realtor, 7186.
I VACUUM CLEANERS with attachments pl.nt i .Ie. variety. Peggy los nicely ofer. O.ml.CLNLTWPc. Central (Arcade): 4237. with residence. Insured title; price von ,
HOUSE-2 bedroom. Couple 2 2 glass enclosed for
new. (69 furlhe. Kthenett with b.tb. (14.000. cash (7500. assume mort- appointment.
Apex. 50. Orlando Oaden
Furniture Co- 141 and 615 W. ZL"N1I.nt Or.n.and 312.C LUlipuU beauty stant .,..tfr.I.Ur. .ho"fr.privileges.. small boys. (75 liit Pb 7691. just reduce prb. bd hut.. system.Two excellent SUURBAN-. 6 rm.fruit and gage (6500 payable 54.00 per month.No .

Church. lund HOUSE OR APT.-Furnished pre better buy anywhere. Bowman 11 ACRES Between Sanford and
each of Summer rates. .Ur.ctbul.t. con borne delightful locationbut I I trees and other good shade. On paved
Oadtl blot Cot.ls ty a
Mills ferred. At least 2 bedroom must of five Brown Co.. Realtors. Phon 3371. Orlando. Small orange and tangerine
VENETIAN BUNDS-Aluminum ou en Vlr.lll Cheney Hihs. nt. ar.n- must be seen to appreciated.M. Total ( very easy ur.. Clermont. .
be 6.0 Florida.CLERMONTLAKI'CO.
clean b 229
and tile ro.e.
modern. Approximately
ed porch: hardwood floors; grove.
and Bnic.m.1 b.t A.
Rust-proof 8. : 29 X. Bunch
lt. 11d. blnd. CJ aI.. palms and family. all in excellent On Vergowe. R.tor. Sm HuthIn trees 3 grapefruit 3 persimmons
and F.HJL ; tropical I.nd. 47. Rooms for Rent Con.lh.n Ph 2-:81. cndtion H.utt Church St. Phone 7833. 206 S. Main: .-Restaurant : ;
fully lanscaped etc. Chicken houses sheds etc. APproxima -
wn. quick. deliveries. Adams Vene )Uusselwbit Nulrlf.. 1 Picetn HOUSE-2 or 3 bom.; preferably Quick possession: good 1m. frt. LAKE outside CityLimits SUBURBAN-We lu. S hou_. Different well with equipped large established business, ly 6 acres under fence:
Service. 919 W. unfurnished. P. O. Box tr. FRNT-u. strategically located en
AMELIA AVE 39 E.-Dice close In. hr.neDL for (1000
Cntra Big Lake Fair- porch.living
Orlando 9558 or Winter 2422. Orlando one today. Ask for 2>lmaHenson p.r new Cross State Highway: owner's pond. 2 bedrooms sleeping
39. Livestock and desirable room n.e grin with Mantle Williams. view. New concrete block hone situated down: like rent. See Wm. other business Interest require him room dining room kitchen

VACUUM. CLZANZRHooveRorat.le. Supple CLOSE IN-Oa busline; lakefront. HOUS2 brom; close i Can tor. 2 W. Washington St. Pb Re.t. on an acre of land beautifully Mathews with Dan Kolar. 206 8. to retire from restaurant operations: bath separate laundry room, stationary

Telephone 7298.. GOATS-Several Sannan does, frsh Business girl pre.r Phone frm t p.m after l.ndeaD 4 bedrooms 2 b.ths Msln. '81.TRAC price 1SOOOO for all equipment tubs. etc. Completely redecorated

WINDOwS-ss.75 per A Heavy milkers. O\ltCke 1. 2-1912; after : 8 and Sunday. 2-721. .Ir.t Electricity, city ,.tr. BLVD. 701 Large 5 rental 50.00 per month. A real opportunity Inside and out. Price (10.000.
CJr standard a. Ftnsel. Mount Dr.. CLOSE IN South Main Street. HOUSE. 2 bol; unfurnished or CENTRAL EAST-This Good and swimming. b.t Also 3 rom. and for capable restaurant operator. Write Box 270 S-8tar.

** o aU types made to HEIFERS young Cheney Nice rooms-at Summer rates. partially Reuble; 5413 or Tine AV. or H t a the best sand beaches la OrangeCounty. b.t facing Lte Highland. A real Bowman A Brown Co.. Real-

order ta. windows and picture Highway ., erll. 319W ply now.. A Box 159 8.Star. used to produce income. There .b Only Ifl.5. Exclusive with Fred O.rnl Broker. Exclusive tors. Phone 3371. Clermont. Florida. FURNISHED COUNTRY HOME -S
'ndo.. St. ujo Rt. 4. Orl.ndo.'HORE L. ro.d Ba White Bros 824 N. Mills; I 118 Ave phone and bath: : tool house
rooms garage
17th .. phone 9732.WHIZZER M.ort YOUNG VETERAN and fiance tired 3 bedrooms and bath on the second 2-1688. I "fnt I Centa WE HAVE an excellent selection cf :
Bay. Gaited with plenty IN CooL Near of postponing marriage due to floor and one bedroom bath and 4 :81. homes and business for sale. If you chicken houses: 5 acres of good land

MOTOR Bl_ Pact? Marion telephone CE -_ Int. b.t housing shortage, want houseor other rooms on the first. HOU laIn LAKE VIEW-New rambling type 2- wish to purchase quality property fully fenced and partly set la cit

mounted on .281 bIk. 9793.pp 21 SL Or1 1 M.lno'CI ap.rfnL furnished a unfur beautiful condition and well bedroom bungalow.. Large screened WASHINGTON ST. Z.-Lovely Ut. see us. W. J. Klstler. Realtor. Ta- rus. Oa paved highway and bug line.

plete. $149 95. trl. (3995 nlhe 50. Have furnished. Easy walking distance porch. O.re.and laundry room. AU nicely furnished bungalow vares. Florida. 85.750 Includes chickens tools furniture
10.28 HORSES-Seven. Sat for children. IN-310 Lake DelightfuL Ju 1t Lt Owner -.everything. Would probably
doW per St and bus service at the 2-48 walk shopping district one block
... 2524 Knhl.WASHING mODt Wckf' (10 to ISO. Fair Riding Stables. e COrfr ro. beds. Sum PERMANENT) Imftln. ua Phon 123.old dor.do.ntw. I.te for school Price to t. Quiet. Nice home for rete 52. Groves for Sale pass GI loan. Immediate possession

MACHINE-Brand n...'.t 2-0348. r.t.. Nfl to.n bus. daughter CUPL3 2 year bedroom furnished 18,15. KcNuttHeu. LAKE FRONT 2-story modern brick euP1. Phone 5159 to 1 dial Harlow 5155.RURALAbout O.. Fredrick. 118 N. Orange.

list Price Never used. 33 E. New INY-ma nnU. Excellent for CONCORD AVE 1115 Z.-B.uWu apt. References. utnlon 'Ratr 1 Wultn 8t home. TIle rt 3 bedrooms and offer. SUmpson-Staton.. MeV LAKE COUNTY-17 H-acre grove 22
Ph 2.244.
Hampshire.WELDING. saddle. Ian rom Twin 35. W. C. Porter. Pion UO.CLNI 2 ills tile floors. Automatic calf Bldg. years old. Yalenclas. Pineapples
bridle halter. All (179. Ph. 2-2:3 b.t. .. All conveniences. LOCAL I b.t .. Nice sand beach and tangerines. 1946 production. 24 acres good land

RIDING H iitTBcauUful COLONIALTOWN N. Mills. like BUSINESS Ct _u DR. 73 E. and dock. L.t on lane lake near WASHINGTON 8T. E.-Double house 7000 boxes. Warm location. First with several citrus trees. Located

SUPPLIES Used by child. (150 with pit Ar vats .ntr.ne. private bath:P Month t year.rent Phone Unue .Conret. I city llt. ..nt to return lIke new. Lane 4 rooms and b.t class condition. For particulan see oa lake and main highway, about 10

saddle. (250 _ith western saddle. closets; or workingcouple. 581. for doctors office. Built of the finest North aount of bu.lnr. Furnished. ec Nicely fulbe. At ( Jane Bros 235 N. Main; 7559. mile from Orlando. Cottage, nicely

200 Amp portable welding C.I Kissimmee. 8183. (1 wk.. 2-BEDROOM apt. or ho. furnish pre..r materials. 2 tile baths, $30.000. Terms. W. B. NIIn ef bt la town. CONTACT C. B. DAVIS for grove furnished clean as a dish" with
outlt SADDLE ed. KIdde age Cpl.. permanent tile Basement 8. Terms. Broker exclu- in the famous Indian River district. two bedrooms and very lane modern
Complete welding in HORSE-Oentl* (gelding). Ave. erne pnh Raltr. 1 M.1 2-181. Pl O.rrJ
.uPpU. yearly kitchen
Distributor of Ueln welding I1CL I wIt saddle; 120. Extra saddle and CLNTOWN-. ". ..ntd Phone 2-242 m. furnace. Lt Eve 11 Centrl Ave. 6561. 104_E. Jefferson. 2-1M9. oaks make surrounded it most Inviting.by lane live

chines and ro. R. Williams JD) County. 1904-J-l. Near bus. grill and theater. Park- 79x190 ft, just off Orange. I LAKE FRONT-Suburban. Well built WINTER PAI-Wt hue several I ACRES of grove ea 10 sere tract. M.500. Good terms. Price
Supple Ill St. Da SADDLE H3jMeziean red inc lot 51. Houses for Sale real investment by tuelf. Priced b 3-bedroom bungalow. Sand bottom houses of town 2and 240 Valencia. 54 Marsh geedless Jamerson and
Carter Realtors. 70
.. 2220. with fancy saddle. Big roan low building cost of building ake. dock nicely landscaped yard: 3 for around and 24 fIne tangerine tree 150 3 E. CentraL
Ph bay. very brol 110.0. Phone A. T. Carter, S16..
7 n.I' ADAIR LAKE (17.500. Furnished. 520 000. '
fast ItONNe. bun bcu Many fruit trees. The bad for yean orange treea. Price (6.500. Thisyear's
saddle. ur. 1875. ba
(169 ST .
230 !-Room
I Wt .tl .a CC galow. 100* sive. Courtney Realty. 393 .
lilt SOS2. G.Lu T.llhn .4 w h.nd.. King .hle. Onlot&C. Smith with David crop is very promising Located
Ph 2.31 ange: 2-241 145. Adrv.. R.ltr. Winter P.rk 659. in Oroveland. Box 351 8-Btar. Continued On Next Pace]





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[Cont from Precedloc Pac] 571. Beach Property 60. Business Opportunities MisterBreger 73. Auto Service 75. Used Cars for. Sale (rlattbn

Srtnt I
I IP YOU ARE LOOKING for good locations DISTRIBUTOR WAN M.I or LUBRICATION Ehellubricatlen U DODGE.-1939. Will trade for pick up FRL
55. Country Property for Sale the East Coast see Vero Woman N.tonU specialty the thorough scientific lubrication or panel truck. V. C. Iuelprt MAY 16. 211 MORRISON'S CAFETERIA

Beach. 01. have for sale business Iem necessity r"au I Every "nook and cranny" of your 234 Patrick St. C.1 after 1 '

COUNTRT EOMEMod.m 3-bed- blocks apartment buildings homes drl .tr. ear or truck u touched. Smooth run '
rom wit .pproi.t.1 5 I groves highway frontage .1 well stores beauty franchi.ees I ning mechanical assured yon. DODGE 13. Hew motor. tires. I Ipaint Trailers-Trucks for Sale II III Wants
1.ld. 1ult.b. L.1 located near the in .aoP'.1.per day will Safe r'ln.. hard-to-re- MarIna U.e'
$5500.o with lot will (100 place 101 N. Main 8409DESOTO 1 I YOUNG MEN
other of the city b pay per week. Give brie business lart makes driving easy. C.r. PuRD-1946 1 ton pick-up. 3-speed
Swope. 60 X. Pin. Phone BS1J: good future laye.u.nt .I. A history la letter to Bol 3:3 a g' I safe plessure $1. Great Southern -1942 custom build axle. 7xso. miles. Jim
gfl.r office hours 507S.w Realtor. Beach. Btar. i Stores. 692 N. Orange; dial 1946 motor Radio and Cumble U.. Ave. For
M.rl'a Id.n'l I C.r l traWer ler office- stewards
of Bon highway Phone 4812 for 2-4521.
3-bedroom blok
R rondlton.
A HOINle. FRI and Garden-Orange couftter personnel.
shade; No.1.A established business. Urge DODGE-1935 coupe. A FORD %
no..r CountJ 73-1. Auto Parts Accessories lir 1011. -1929 Model A pick-up truck. 1
garage. outboUdlnii. paved ,, UNUSUAL CHARM fo..r ready for market ."i good running car for $ : R Inquire to 646 West
water: electricity. 12 acre of ST -. point JutU. fronts on .Cross ; ti I/7:12 PftM I II 8. 191 101 W. Central Ave. Street phone 5567CMC W.atl Nest appearance ambitious. >
soil. Partly cleared and fenced. 2V. waterroom cottage. State Highway route; concrete block complete 1291. High school education '
miles from city limit $6600. some professionally decorated Electrically shop being enlarged, 1.ne tiled 10 \\I ----- stock Robinson B. 1 0c. Garlandand DODGE-1940 Radio beater 1 ,
Lane Herman miles from St.Aecusttne d supplied b inch rp. .
kitchen itt tires
tem M. wit G- anipped raolnc n.. el.al throughoutA 1945 2 ton steel !
lc. Broker 61 N. Orau Post ofk. Price $13.SCO. pr.ue: garden tractor for your auto. All sixes steal at $995. R. S Evans. W. winch and ni b.
BATU1 6 pole. I
9855VT Hester Worley. 18 CordovaSt. and tools: average yearly Income $8.- F. Goodrich. Garland Central. 4321.DESOTO1942. $100000. col 100.0 Sa APPLY TO

.. St. Augustine. Pla Phone 478. 000. price 813.0. cash (9. assume and Robinson Ave
YOU'RE INTERESTED in custom club
eoulU (4000 eoup.Beutlll
and Uk propertY with 10 BEACH on t AU.ntt per mornn Jc FRONT END REPAIR now 2-tone paint .e" Ford 1939. 1H ton fiat body Cab MR. WAGNER
land. 300 ft. ef lake frontage e-room ORLN Orlando's 0 Br.n month. Realtors. Phone Bo.m'l 3371. available for almost .PATS of ml..e. .1m Cumble Cars. 904 N over engine $800

horn sheds and citrus tree.approximately beach. Only ( ocean front lat left Florida auto C A. Prance 1010 2-4521
4W mUt from office. at (1.650 each. These are lots Church phone lSOI. W'I DESOTo19.0or adl Per- Chevrolet 1942 2 ton dump body
or 10 .on paved road which from paved boulevardto FROZEN CUSTARD DRIVE IN- very clean $800.00.
call v> for appointment to ahow. The etne and on wonderful Plenty space for ether business. l II SET COVERS-Electric fans for car I throughout new tires 8.

price for all of the property U I16.-. driving and bathing b.ch Must sell: owner tr.ndene. 3607 8. I home. Fishing tackle-reeU. W. Central. 4321DESOTO R EV'I. Lul E. Gabel. 1 Rutland BUg LOANS

10. Terms. $5000 cash .D balance The Cheney Highway te East Orange Blossom Trai. per and the Coast and Cocoa Beach ,,67 N. 2-2970. C." in
mont T. FILLING STATION ne. and New
2-bedroom home green
fruit from average the open to travel at all hours as announced out Ilt.na.
te Ir. wU I
finish. '
end $495R.
r.ntl ttme 1100 month. The by the 81.t Road Depart For particulars property. Doing call Mr.good Bocntler bu.lne. USED TRIo; serviceable and up. 'tires Also S Enn efPton.l Ba..1 Lot; Garlandand HOUSE TRAILER-18' accomoda- BORROW BV PHONE

,tl. lke front property J ment. with Henry M. Bur tubes 2501 N. Orange Ave tons for 4. A-I condflion Inquireat CALL US-THEN STOP
and select
when the anxloua t aell Drive over today your Main h Brokr. 1 8 Bergs Store. Apopka
wtlllnc t consider a run.bl ofe. lot. AU unsold lot are pl.1 210.PO 3 G L TRUCK good condition DODGE-1947 business coupe 500 IN THE SAME HOUR FOR
'marked ble I miles. Will trade Used Car Ex- HOUSE TRAILER 24 ft. In good
H.r.1 Oowl Brokr .It my STATION-Repair $25 and THE CASH I
67 $50
to $300 -
.hp. Bro.le 219 W. condition.
Orl. .UI 6660. Across we have left I lot. Gas sold. 15. Son Ph. ne. E. Ave ehan. Washington. 2-2882 110. Mc. Opposite
694. 143 .
t ElPunto 441.
BIB front lot nt.ndl. 18.000 gals per month. Liveliest DDS 1941 -door sedan Luxury Lak

56. Business Property for Sale paved boulevard Banana In city No charge for good Long Wanted Excellent condition through.,, West Pak Yes! Get cash quickly en your Slsnature.
River unsold lou have no sign Autos-Traier -
Ba. lease Price la $11.000 out. Jim Cumble C'r. 904 N.

CLOSE CT-TourUt home. 500 8 on loU bear a Sold sign. a real opportunity. Come to office s BUICK 1947 super convertible. Ave. 2-4521 or.a"l I HOUSE TRAILER-'Must sell almost Auto or Furniture Can todayt
Cash Ous C. Edwards O.n.r's Exclusive I come to see you. C. R. custom built Platt. Ex
ortem. Emertck. I
Inrom. All le. 2ft
M.I Ioe State price and mileage. Box 362 FR1941 '
:er 4:2. R.prllnt.Un.. 104 WiUard 8t. Realtor. 610 N. Orange; 7348. Used roup.242 N. .- ': and tire. Nelson dOl ..nI -
99. Cocoa florid I-Sta. Ir.Ave 2-4814 ings double sink. Butane Reasonably
CLOSE IN.-.Quest homo verlookm I FILLING STATION- 1-stop. WeD I I
priced account leaving State '
PICKUP or Dodge-46 I GFC
Uk*. a bedrooms. 4 baths basement I HISTORICAL BEACH L-W.r'l .t.blle. one of the 5-year Will model FORD-1940 Deluxe 2 door Owner Teeter last Trailer LOAN COMPANY
b.t trade 42 Pickup Plus .e'l I
with oil tlre. Large O. Harding at that I. OUtpl' 15000 10.C.1 Equipped with radio. ParkINTERNATIONAL. .P.1

A lovely hoe .It. returns paper publisher t..ron Ohio used i monthly. Iet annual Income. 1.0 I 22311.HOUSE .ne good mechanically. Take it home 71 East Robinson Phone (795
Royal. ad'l to spend his on Inventory equipment. 70. TRAILER WANTED Will $895. R S Enl 101 W. Central 1940 1H-IOO
la.nmen' Merritt Mr. Harding was I I Hinton. Realtor. 150 E. 81.00. Ave Phone stake body Perfect mechanically.very '
HOME- elected bl.nd and came bat t FISHING Roblnon. "No, madam, I don't know how old it is-it was here Box pay 104.$400 Winter Write d.rlptol P.O. 5291. good rubber. $795. R. S Evans
location Dark
A nUMEEeel.n' Cocoa and Rockledse on a bre" CAk Apopka. one Oad.n. Fa. FRD1941or .d.n. Truck and Bargain Lot. eor. Garlandand ;

.. Wlh., Mr. Gus C. Edwards associates of the b.t In and most uptodate when I come in two years ago! SPOT CASH PAID for your used ear. N. fllsb. Ued Cars. 142 Amelia. 2-1023._.
in City Limits of Winter Park. Central
as o.n.r of Coo. Bach nine buUdlngg rmp. Forda See J. C. Your Pak.rdDal.r A. 2-34. LUGGAGE TRAILER-David Bradley -
Nice home for and 2 ell MrKela
O.nr r.ntl presented aD N. I Ia established business. Business Opportunities 65. Help dlaleFRINERPERATOR 342 Orn.Ave Phone FORD-1937 oup. New tires and Complete with stock .
.par.nt.hc are returning corner lot front lathe I Reasonably pric 60. new paint motor work. auto hitch Used rrk.tap.ut. i TRUCKS ;
ed and
Pie..0. Call Brocketeel that Mr. and Mrs. H.rdlnl.attr I terms Bowman it Brown 114. Inside and out
with Cel.a.en.. Ino, bop retirement from office CoRealtors.. Phone 3371.. Clermont. NEW BDHDINO. bu.lne.and home WAN- SEE US BEFORE YOU SELL your I Cnn Phone 8870 195. T.r. I Ave mont. $250 1628 Park Lake

672 I Or.ne. build their Winter home at Iorlda. eombln.Uon Ideal tourist V.I.1 o tl w.s cr. Sure. shop around get all you FORD-1939 Station Perfect i II Ford L.WB. 2 fpt+tL. 8x25

HAY PROPERTY-2-au>ry. 10- Cocoa Beach. Last year our company GROCERY MARKET-At inventory: cabins. The perfect location for arestaurant Avnu.. can your car-but before you sell I condition Radio and.on. See LIBERTY-27' tandem. Apt. sue gas tlr*$, good motor cab and general

rom home with two b.t.2 apartment bought back from the heirs of Mr. favorable lease. H. Warfleld Horsey. or liquor ..tr.or both. PLUMBER WANTED-1st. class man. get our ble too Central Florid I thIs one. Used Car Exchange. 219 W. range; drapes rugs dishes etc. condition.
upstairs rent Harding and Mrs. Harding this lot Realtor. 118 8. Court St. U Is priced rlfht. eOltrc.d rllh' Apply Electric I Motor. Garland and J.UerlD Washington 2-2882 Large 'Wln. and prh. A bauti
montb.e K.r ful trailer for enl .
rooms for and and graded It. We offer GROCERY STORE located rlh. PrKots Pilmbl Se B. Hsgan Phone 22424. I I P.I' 40 Ford
do.nt'lr cer -At Inventory. A Central. Sorry no Co- 216 Plat SU. FORD-1941 coupe Special Deluxe. Trailer Park Peter Wayer. P-ck-Up Very good.
acres land. 398 feet on food htway. this sale at (1750 and to the going concern for 10 with the V. Stele. den. Fia.PLUMBERExpertenced. FRANK knows I| New Mercury
RE r.l 10. motor.
Used Car
out buildings and torn fruit. See Mr. purchaser will .the 1m. deed same o.ner. Doing $ ra. long .1 only. Raymond I get dola for 219 W. NATIONAL Coach trailer. 1946Charlet 11 Ford C.OE. sleeper tractor.
Martin with O P. Pine. the letter of to Mr. leas wek Cash Why 8x8lanse. w..hlltn 2- model ft 3 sleeps
B.op 6 E "It pre.at.Uon 2400 square feet .. Dlckson. 136 W. Plant St: i or equity mlautt. rom. 2 gpeexl. new 8x23 tires, very
Phone 8812: after 8078 Mrs.! Harding attached. There The owner U leaving for so 61. Bank Lan-Serce -I give 'em away? Give a .. 4. New condition with dolly. good mechanically.
Winter Garden Office phone 95. resident
HIGHWAY FRONTAGE-Near Or- la a pencil notation on the Utter.apparently come in today and discuss .OI 201 N. Orange Blossom Trail 7883 See trailer and owner at Leesbnrg '

I lando. TJ 8. It. on Hlth- made by Mr. Harding. Te .Iton Stlmpson-Staton t. prop phone 309. 1940 Model auto wanted for interestin FORD Municipal Park D J. Runnleutt 40 Dodge 4 wheel drive, flat
1-e. 1935
M.ta sedan.
$>>?. 600-ft. en Lake.TCrand .. document lUelf. having once .. Phone 5159. INSTALLMENT LOANS cost Ton lets SHEE METAL SHOP FOREMAN new GI house No cash. See Hot kfflln' ro SCHULT Custom built 22-ft.
{ National Bank. Compare be able to lay out work and Wm motor. Looks and drives nice. $ .
new. concrete the Whit Hose. U a worth while at First Mathews 8U.ONTHEPT. equipped with Butane gas. toilet Several
I block hornet : fornthed.Electrlckty. memento to a collector or to anyone OAS Also STATION beer -With sandwich aoP. these COt When the loan 1 fort handle men Also need a good all Smith doln' the tlkla'. 'I 10mort and bath tub. Sleeps 4 people. Only tary. Some more with both civilian and mill-

I treasuring such documents The and wine license. t 100. Ol .t t IJP.nent S.34 1 around outside Sheet metal worker CASH PAID for good Fords than a .ho.dog can Jump $1483. easy terms Frank Reed winches

for 2 people dtP operate Idl.1 Trl.r lontol lot fronts 50 feet on the Atlantic 6 heavily. trnl.e State highway. Has S 1 150 yon get 19Pument 12.50l Must b reliable and .of good moral I clfn cn. Jim Gamble C.r. er" MOt any style or age. Moe Trailer Sales. 201 N Orange Blossom
and Exceptional on Ocean and runs back 250 feet to apaved tourists upstairs and 8 l 200. you set 16 67 ch.rce. Good wages and working 904 North Or.nl Avenue A's. and passenger cars. V-. Trsll Our trucks are above average

days C.bl.\. $8500. Whit s.. boulevard. It U on the north bath Only (5500 dO"n balance (65 8 l 300. you set 279-Payments 35.00I Apply Frank E. Helzel & | 24521.SUCCESS. coupes and ed.n.Peed runt. J. R ,

Broken 824 N. Mills: side ef a street that leads down to monthly. A C. Broke. 1121N. I I 400. yon get 372-P.nent 33.34I Son. P. O. Box 433. 10 N. GroveSt. Smith. 3 E TRAILER-Utility 2 wheel Serviceable
(near 41.67HOOO. rendition First $20 takes it Call If You
Or.n. get Need Truck
I 5OO. Gainesville.
the ocean. Thus any house built on you 46Pument a
INCOME PROPERTY-About 2 ( pan Winter 6055: ask for Mr Williams ,
Open Sunday.GAS
blol | Pak. 83 34
the lot would face south the most I I Idesirable $ ou.f : : FIRST
ltd from. A North. O.nl. Arena-bedroom direction t get the ful I!( STATION Highway 17-92. Above mont payments 12 montb. WANT J ONCEL. tmp.r. T TY. FORD-1939 Reasonable TRAR.ERS-.Repossessed: take your See UsHeintzelman's :

boas lot. excellent for feet of the ocean ..Out .t-I I IIs Sand.re Oil Pouet. LMr ." 15 months are .ma.r. can trouble .nln'lr rp.lr smallrefrigerating lho getting top prices for your ear 809 coup. Ce.n pick Custom-built. $375 Shult. 20*.
bA10' the and wide driving len. Hsuree include life dl..noe from R. S. Evans "World Largest $675 Red Arrow 18' $775 Vagabond.
Ieranr addition
b.r I units in the I
house. sood terma.Jamerson bae 10.C.U FORD
guest 1941 station *
15.0. The about midway Joe with Estate loan In case of First Dealer" takes only trip wagon 21 butane range perfect '
deth T. one to our
and C.rr, R.ltor. 70 Z i V.tr.n'. ReI Bank at floor. to overhaul shop Oo throughout Or will trade for late $1425. National 25*. tandem like Inc.56
CentraL Phone 9518 Ocean Lodge and the Naval Air Sta Agency; COlrt Pop .tlona 4t pay and regular work for right m.n lots Save yourself further roundsby I model car. See at The Thirds .-
C.r.r. Jol new $1,750 Zimmer 2T. worth twice
ton It 1 L1. Block 11, Flat of arty M'I..m.at Dp.rm.nt.8TRE References required Southern Dairies. selling to us ta. restaurant. 2998 Ave .
ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-Over 1650. Cen'nry 22 ftbeauty.. W.
with beer 421 N. Kentucky Ave.
Aecount. .
3OO ft frontas Wit completely AddressOcean Beach Improvement In rent 4 .I. lOc for each Ilc. Drive In to any of our 5 Orlando FORD-1940 2-door. 4. actual Electric refrigerator New Prairie
furnished Best buy conneton .It Coon T.I miles Clean car. Schooner other choice buys. Wlngert. Orlando. Fla. Ph. 61J9
Company. Out C. Edwards. Presi lease (55OO; First National Bank ..tOrl.ndo or phone 5296. Flord. -
on trail at 140$1.85.. C P. Sbum.,. I dent. aO.! Willard Street Cocoa. i easily doll'. 10. .Siege" te 66. Sales Help Wanted_ Jo.Lol Motors 2-2424. .Jefferson .D c.J 3330 S. Orange Blossom Trail.

a.ltr O.n. 2-382. Whitney Spiegel. Realty Co. Realtor TRAILER-Because of death in family -

RAILROAD FRONTAGE Unique *. 700 Bldg 2-3269 62. Loans Up to $300 SAIESMAN-Expert- FORD-1940 Tudor Excellent motor. we are offering for sale our
double rail front. Doable value, 58. Real Estate Wanted i M.t.1 ADVERTISING salary I original black shiny : radio. 20-ft house trailer. A-l. with bu
ACL street. raIl I I GROERY.met market II pump: enced Good opportunity $795 8. 400 fll. tane gas. etc and lot 57 z 140 Including QUALITY CARS
D.a DpP.ne Ends on lxtlrR. good Ie.. Price AUTO. Furniture. Diamond loan*- and commission Give full particularsin GET CASH I S MINUTES 4771.FORDl937.. R E"n. Or.n. 1 building
spar housing toilet lava
clnd. lrm .I. or 5500. to responsible Economy Company. J.P. I
AATE LTNOSDple party. Fn.nr letter Box 361 Sta.REAL ,
and double warehouse tory hot and cold
Potter with Herman Goodwin. Inc. Burger. 1001 Metcalf Bullding SALESMAN Experienced We pay cash for any make or : ''85". New motor lod.oadlton at Old '48 FORD SUPER DELUXE -
with track Lot 120 ESTATE mode Apopka and Adams Ave >
.aeo.e ties. Wilbur Strickland. Broker; 2 Broker 677 N. Orange; dial 9855. Phone 2-339. No delay or bargaining Can be at 630 El- 4 mile
quick sale with real estate license and cr. lea north of Station
s 220. Price for W. Church: 6675 Edgewater and Par. A good Wagon. Practically new.
Orlando U .150 better soap this GROCERY-Meat market. Low rent. CASH LOANS- ulcklr made oa fur ear Excellent opportunity with well In. your pric and we 11 buy business site too A real bargain at

up. Ask for L-490. Harold V CIc ACREAGE WAn. two or (30 monthly Good futures and nlur. autos and diamonds Or- established office. H. F. Boland. it I I.. worth money.StarllngAlexander .I FORD-1935 tudor sedan. Exceptionally $2.800 Must leave May 31 46 BUICK SEDAN ; 2

Realtor 37 B. Central. 6137. three 'r.c&Improved stock. 4500. wm accept offer RoperRealty. o.n Home Finance Co. 314 Realtor. Carrlgan! Bldg.. 672 N clean throughout. Drives like TRAILERS New
or unimproved. 15 miles Church and Main: 2-3433 Metcalf Bldg Dial 2-0304. Orange: 8-4851 Motors. 501 H.I a new car. Colonial Motors. 1239 used 1947 Roadmaiter
BFRwato"l business eorl.r. contact Howard. Orange Ave. Phone 7878D Colonial Drive. & American. $1895 up. Electric refrigerator Radio heater. ThU car like new. .
of Orlando
or any M.nl LOANS MADE from tlO to 1300. sell Frlgidalre '1 optional. Accessories. Coleman ,
site. ap.rmf'. 01 Park Broker; 718 N. Mills; .3:4. strict privacy: fast service. Family SALEMAN-To pU.nrf. have car Apply FORD-1930 Uodel-A roadster. 16" and prewar stove parts: awnings 42 FORD DOOR SEDAN
bl.lf. en. apartment CLOSE IN Client de.lre one-atory GROCERY and home. Good paying Pln.nr Service. Inc.. 32 W. Central Mr. Toole. Claude H. Wolfe. Inc. wheels. The best one left. .11 dollies fans bottle gas tanks.
BundlD'. r.r. down. All oc- home. living room kit business. Nets over (100 per week. Ave Phone 98:' 19 E. Washington VARNER INC. wants to buy your Cumble Cars. 904 N. Orange etc South Orange Blossom Trail. U New tires mechanically O.K.

nal.c aiayton. Realtor. 32 E Pines : chen and cn.tt. Unfurnished. Rapidly growing ICtOn Illness forces MONEY FOR BUILDING-Get the SELL DRESSES lingerie hosiery auto or truck and will pay top 2-:21 8. 17-92. Ankney Trailer Sale. COUPlPRydramaUe.

garage on meul sized lot Not to jale. Only 11.0. 'em.. See Mark cash here to complete your houseFlorida Fully guaranteed High commission prices Studebaker immediately Sale ;and D. Varner Inc. FORD-1941 club convertible New BRAND NEW Spartan Manor that 48 62 CADILLAC CLUB
exceed W. Bunlng. with Louis 143 N. 21 W. Pine. lit stairway .I.e. 234 radio '
fllth- Credit. free o. Box 1649 goad top mechanically all aluminum and heater.
TOURIST COURT-East coast aO. Oe.an Oltl. 1. Orl.nID. W. Central Ave Phone 3-31S3 alnt lund trailer built to last
way and river frontac Mineunits.. Realtor 14 Main B361.DUBSDREAD Main: east ef Grand Theater. SALESMAN-Young. energetic Ipr.nee. WE BUY CARS Cumbie C.r. N. Or.n. a lifetime Equipped with everything. Practically; new

I room home returat A completely OR OLIW-Po Por local wholesale food Any m.k.nmo.l.n Ave 24521roRD,1941. Special for this week only at $3145.

frlb.4 elipp. Oas poet waiting for MOn NOW-For men'and .al.". Apply '.a. Oln'l Used Cars. Super Deluxe 4 door Up to 30 months to pay. Frank Reed 42 CADILLAC 61 SEDAN ]

and eJetl Not In either subdivision. If you want t OARAGE-WeU located lo lease, on your signature ear. Avalon Hotel Friday. Mr. C. W.H.rl. 12 Oal'Dd: 2-34 2-81. sedan Radio. Priced to sell Jim Trailer Sales. 201 N Orange Blossom Hydramatic; radio, heater -

Wm. O. Rencher. Bro sell call H. P. Boland. Realtor. Car complete equipment stock. or furniture. Acceptance Corporation. DONT LOSE MONEY! We Will pay Cumble Cars. 904 N. Orange Ave 2- IN RESPONSE to government appeal Like New
28 E WashlnctonTRAILER rican Building. 672 N. Or.nl. Labor available See Walter Creel. 480 N. Orange Ave. Friendly service. full value for year car Don't 4521 to Join in patriotic campaigning

CUT SITE-225 z 325: 2-:5. Qainey Motor S.le.Ocoee Fa.ORERY Offices also Cocoa and Winter HU'I 67. Employment Agencies_ hesitate see us .Oltn's Used Cars. FORD 1931 model A toudor sedan. to lower prices to as to avoid a future '42 62 CADILLAC SEDAN ',

lust off Blossom T.u FOR COURTEOUS helpful .enlc 242 N. Orange Phone 2-4814 Good motor tires clean. 118 Zelma recession all house trailers new Radio heater, extra clean.

I.at .I..n vacant 4-room and quicker sales on all ', blocks Orange and QUICK CAB LAS Furniture BROWN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY ANY MAKE I3n or '47 car I will St. and used reduced 10% effective im

1.0.Ho.a Broken 308 N, Main property call Ross Kay Anderson. CentrL (5000 cash. Total price $7.-. note 2-hour .- And Nunes Registry If you want pay up to 85.OOO for the right one. mediately. Frank Reed Trailer Sales. 42 61 CADILLAC SEDANETTE1
: Broker. 375 N. Orange 6823 5. See Wm. Mathews with J. D.I ice. Family Loan Co. 801 Florida work come to 515 W. Central. yon New cars urgently needed Martin HUDSON-1941. 4-door sedan: radio 201 N Orange Blossom Trail
WET CHURCH.-.We have .1 eighty ORVE-HOMEBUSIE- List Broker 206 8. Main 7611. Bank Bldg.. R W. CaHls. ma"e. want help e.1 6326 Used Cars. 101 Main. 8409 heater you Lookj.are interested runs and in s a ..o.Un.1 DUMP AND UTILITY trailer. 'New. Radio beater hydramatlo

piece of frontage an entirely GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET Phone 2-1111. k.MfLUYMENT SERVICE PONTIAC 2-wheel Very cheap See at 139
propr" a.realn COLS WANTED-All model Including not reply This U not a barss'n 41 BUICK SPECIAL SEDAN
usable house In whish a business Brokers Ch.a.u' ft .Ie. Owner has other interests and 4 OUT OP a who ask for a loan here Registry. Stenographers 1947 Or Olds Dodre orOther sale. Privately owned. Will E New Hampshire Ave.FORD .
could-be Initiated while or until 672 N. o.nn Phone 7234 must sell this week below replacenient. -.lt one. Personal Pn.n.. Co. 24 t7plst.Hure bookkeepers: domestIc clean car Pontiac 62 show interested party Box 355 Radio heater a very nice
p a modern structure could be built at purchaser with $75- Nearly D..equipment costIng 8. Room 2. Fbol. 33145.Robert help 6 W. Church St. W. Colonial Dr. St.er Star t 6 clean car
front Por a real investment to hold OROVEHa. Invest. Only quality (4900. Clean salable stock inventories E. Wolfe. Mir. _
see this at (10.00000. Call Harra. Louis S. Dollve. at about (3.OOO. Centrally located roup.

( Moore. Realtors. 3539; 109 Z Pins.k.c' .ro.a Broker.conldere.2 . Ph. 8412. on good business thorongbfsre 63. Mortgage Loans call II 2-1287 you wane: 32 work E. Pne.or lee bell owner.or later Cash.model Address car from Hoover pn..t.Box conditon.. .tte$1.145 530 pm.L.111 4-Door Sedan

1742 HIGHWAY-240-ft. on highway (3000 cash and mortgage of 1511 Orlando. I Radio. Heater Overdrive

and 660-ft. deep. Large frame WANTED We have U.: takes It. Here a real st.b VETERANS CIVILIANS We 69. Work Wanted-Female .d.l. Good running
home consisting of two large IP.rt HOUSE for 2. 3-and 4-bed proe- opportunity. Cal Ray will build AN your lot or yon mayselect BADLY IN NEED of 1946 and 1947 ondltoa 1M. Dial 116. ask for 1946 DELUXE 2-DOOR These ears sold with a 30-dsr

menu well furnished. Also homes In good Call-W. B." with Joe G. Dial a desirable homeslte from our CLERK with mantyears experience. .utomoble.. and older cars Harley 194--1. guarantee.We .
turhe home. Beautifully lane lo.tn.. 8138. Home and lot financed with Thoroughly Iro.r 615 N. Or.al Ave-. MERCURY 1947 club
Nlcholn Jltor 2-1111. I ltnu. eXPrl.nce. phone 8597.iUsedCars. eonnrtbl. Radio-Clean As New
I' a multitude of abrb I M.I S'HOeSE Z HIGHWAY 441-Extremely good buy 01 or a 90t PItA loan. Pleating personality Call coupe Beautiful fin pay Cash for Used Car*. :
.nd flowers. a lot of fruit. in a l.r. Tourist Court. 8 cabins Prompt and compllt. planning and general office hot.1dek. ish equipped with heater and Motorola
of the meat beautifully landscaped all furnished plus 3-bedroom home building service. Chenault & Jennings CAmER or for Sale Oolden-Throaf radIo. Will
properties1 In or around Orlando WANTED-We have prospects for with 3 more bedrooms to Inc. 872 N. Orange Ave 7234.APARTMENTSgroves nights. 310 Magnolia sell outright or trade and finance.R DRIVEN (000 ACTUAL MILES J. C. McKELLAR. INC. ,

A splendid place to erect tl..r for modern I and 8-room homee.If o"le Fronts on Highway and a Urge commercial or Box 359 3-Star.- AUSTIN Good condition inside 8. Evans. 101 W. Central. 5296 "YOUR PACKARD "
modem tourist cottages .11 tcenlesurroundings. your house 1 for sale call Allen ren'. 810000 cash. CAPABLE LADY employed as man- and out 8200. 2023 Cords Terrace.Everbody DEALER.
Price Johnson. 140 N. ; On 35.0. -1ndu.trl.IHom. also all FHA of hotel dining desires MOTORCYCLE-1945 Harley Davidson $1833 342 N. 8147
(25400 R.lor. Or.al acer room Orange Aie. Phone
terms Immediate .I. (612 In Homes Call Jo.lh Real Estate 4%. Up to 33 change for next season as manager AUTO AUCTION Every Thursday. '.. See C. J. Black Jr.. Eustls.
Agency: S Court: 3-4481
.nd OcP.. sells .
Borne ela with vision LISTINGS WANTED-We hare the erty Management Department Pal years to pay. No ff. Rx-McOU of Apt. house or guest home. Experienced Holly.Robson Price are good F.

this property Into real tropical buyers U you have the property. K.ltor.. 128 K Orn. and efficient. ElizabethOKelly. S. Orange Auelol 2120 OLDSMOBILE 1939 2-door New ,
den. No phone Information. See r:Call A T. Carter. 951$; Jamersoa & ORANGE AVe.-s1.OOq down will Central Hotel Groveland.Fla the day T.1 ., 1 motor and new paint Job See at HARLEY WADSWORTH
Polsom with Harold Shepherd Main and CentraL buy a masonry storeroom and 2- FB..Lne-tr. low-rate. Govern 105 North Bumby fit S875: phone SELECT
Co. 20 E. Washington Bt. bedroom lumlshed Pious.. Wilbur .... lo.n for BUICK-I16 Super 4-door 2-2174. TODAY :
LISTINGS WANTED-Groves of any Strickland. Broker: 23 W. Church: Radio .ed.n 613 N. Orange
Call B397
BUSINESS LOCATION-150x250 t' else homes under (1.00. C. B. 167. building buying or refinancing 70. Work Wanted-Male L. P. mi.. bft.r.. Se OLDS'MOBUE-1938 4 door sedan '
Realtor, 29 WWashington '
en Cheney Hh. 2 mU. Davis. Realtor; 104 2- or see Joe O M7fr. Jefferson and Motor. Radio sound throughout Jim Curable 1942 STUDEBAKER
Z.etern Garland
City Umlt UO. H 1649 or 7305. ORANGE AVEH CABomplete St. Phone 8881.HOMg CONTRACTOR WAN WORK-New 2-2424 Cars. 904 N. Orange Ave 2-4521
) n.h A ly and construction: BUICK-1946 4 door COMMANDER -
Highway; -'Broker. .90 Can.. LISTINGS WANTED-Clients .aIM. business; good leas*. Owner .lo LOANS We want to help you the ground, furnish Matrl.l. on. finish Olins Used .e.n. M.ron. "LSMOBI 1939 -e2 door '
'- 4-Door Sedan -
P. kn. paint 1
81utI 32 North for selling. For I Orange 24 very clen. Jim
Z R.lor. quick Ave
Pi. f..on Reasonable. J. B. Rainer t
NEWMODERN store building. 2bSOwltb sale from buy a home or build a new one. Box 2-481. Cumble Cars 904 N. Orange Ave.
glass front. 2 toilet rooms & 65. (8500 to$5.500eo We will give you prompt service Of- I ZU.o. BUICK-1940 surer 4 door 4521 2.1 TRUCKS Traded from Original Owner. Equipped

tile Lot 60x135.; Paved from LISTINGS WATHom. groves. .yon had better hurry Itea fice hours 9 to 2 during week 9 to l PRESSER-Experienced. Mutt have Radio good rubber very Id.n. with radio and overdrive. Good
tlor. Mr. Simmons with I OLDSMOBILE '' ,
J. P. 1941 6door '
rubber. New
your 12 Saturdays. First Savinesand Colonial tailored seat covers
St. dor. Coule be used for any rntal. Hall Bros. Agency. 112 N.Orange. Mattox 145 N. Main 5809 Loan Association F.de.1 Orlando 60 rr.r.ncI. 843 English Court Win Drive Motors. 1239 E Colonial sedan New paint excellent Original 2-tone blue-gray finish. *:
kind of Just beyond Air
dial te Pak. IcaU Jim Cumble 904 m.eh.a-j
lal on Cheney Highway. Price J10-. LAKE: 111. B. Pine St, Orl.ndo F.. I I RELIABLE MAN-Married 10 yrs: BUICK-1940 4 door sedsn Original .Ave 3-4521 C.r. 40 CHEVROLET. IH ton. long wheelbase EXCELLENT VALUE. $1193
8. Ph 4964. FRONT berom. priced inside selling merchandising Consider clean throughout Jim Cum I with 1 speed rear axle unUsuallY -
right for quick ..14. buyers RESTAURANT small town Do- on all types of property: long anything with future ble p.tnt. 904 N. Orange Ave 2.4521. PLYMOU-1141 4 door sedan. good mechanical condition. '
57. Real Estate Exchanged waiting. Harry Heath. Broker; Colon- Ing a whale of business. A DIreeorl.r short t.rl: .rate; immediate nent Box 354 8-6tar. prma. I very low mileage $69500 1938 LASALLE
laltown property and living quarters O. Fredrick. 118N. BUICK-1939 Special 4-01 sedsn Will sell for $1995. 8. Evans. 101
12:3.PRPETI Included. Entire price only .nlr. H.rlo. i SALESMAN Sales 12 I Good running $450 W. Central. B29A R 4-Door Touring Sedan .
c. SEDAN for equity In you want to MIL buy Trade with Swald Louis 1.50. Orange Ave. Phone 8188. years varied sales .nln.e.. A.B Phone 4438 41 FORD. *i ton pick up thoroughly

.. In tW or .ubu"1 right with Hastings. Realtor. 143 N. Main Ge.Un.. degree engineering certificate.. 36 1 PL YMOU-14 Special Deluxe 4 reconditioned and has good tires. Excellent mechanically 4 new tires. %
Por appointment Realtor _62 Vi Z Ceatr.1 (Ar.de). : 2-11. married two children own BUIC-193 4-or sedan Excellent I seat cov.I $89500 Just refinished in black. New alia
ri 2111. .r.
4237. REAL ESTATE LOANS Low home Officer USNR conditon. Profit with Prophitt driven less than 1000 miles. covers. This car will deliver thousands .
Valen now terminal
10 ACRE DROVE- 39 trees. .0.t on U .
FROM 3-bedroom house. To buy. build or Interested in Ca. 500 W Central Ave Evans400 N. Orange 4771. ef miles of carefree service,. _;'
rise and Pineapples 12 yean OWNE RESTAURANT rtlanr Ifn. 41 DODGE. 1 ton pick up. S extra
lId. 3Vt miles from C1 ab' northwest East .ton. Nlt Irl rom. required Books open -for Downtown location.8500. and business proprt Trust in Florida near Orlando. Box BUICK194Pllner llmosene. PONTIAC-1940 2-door New finUh. good heavy duty tires extra good ONLY $395 :
In.pctol National 331 only $795 interior. Motor run. like
lake lod new
close large on B. Vi Dpatm.n\ B.n S-Sta. \ mechanically.
.ton t to Potter floor.INTEREST R 8. Truck and Bargain Lot Only $795. R. 8. Evans Lot:
with MAN with 20 experience Banl $69500
lrul4. t.d. Herman Goodwin. Inc.. Broker. yrs. in buildIng corner Garland and
and Amelia
equity for c.anbl. 10m. In 677 N. Orange, dial 9855.SODA.SANDWICSL line Been paymaster 3-1023. Oaland 2-103. 1937 FORD "60"2.Door
".500 ., with $13.000.-$13.000--$13.000- and eatm.tor.. have you? BUCK 1936 4-door sedsn. A lo PLYMOUTH-1940 2-door sedan. 5 '42 CHEVROLET. military type. 4x4

Robert R Tr. R.ltr. 1 W. 20 SHOP-2 \bar RATES AS LOW AS 4-6 Box 349 Sta.PART rnnln. automobile $39: good tires Private owner. Phone cargo with dual wheels, good mechanically Sedan ,

W.hlnltn 11.. (13000 (.1 for unfurnished 3 bed cream Ibak machine bar: sod btb.ice on improved properties in Orlando I TIME bookkeeping by expenienred Bargain Lot; Cor. O.r.nc 5111 after pm. good tires and U ideal for 4 excellent tires. Perfect mechaniically.

rom or 2 b.t bungalow or modern 4950. tount.1 and Winter P.rk No brokerage. accountant. Box 34. 8-Star. gnd Amelia 21023.BUICouP. _. I PLYMOU-li4 sedan Low I I melon hauling or other heavy duty New paint. 25 miles to tts,

571. Beach Property house near lake In ment. 112 8. busn...Iok.Winter Gar- Bettes Company 25 W. Very nice New tires. IWu and beautiful $89500 gallon. ,
Wiate Pak Orlando or near vicin den. Pla 81. Washington 'Phone 8513. RETURNED VETRAN-p.lter. interior $695 Standard s. 400 N. '
I R Enl
COCOA BEACH a-room ,. furnish address full ruldlat; Motors. 375 N. Orange Ave 4771I Or.nl. 45' DODOE. 1 Hten with 4-yard PRICE $495
turll&f COURT phone 7228 2-3098 after 6. !
description and how soon -2 double cabins. I
house 1 block TALR
.n.bl. CHEVROLET-1933 Excellent rub dump body 825x20 dual rears very
(20OO cash or full QL loan. P. O. Box 346 8-t.r. flU. I.uon grill and lunch Wanted-Female YOUNG MARRIED MAN desires permanent I PACARDlUl Clipper 4 door se
or trade. Located 6Jelp blr. Cheap Price A beautiful low mileage mechanically almost like These cars may be purchased on
Box 3824. OrUndo. rm. on work in office commercialart t.npr.tol mle.
No.1. Box 356. Tltuivllle. Phone fsr R. S. Evans. Central Ave.Phone I new. terms through low cost GMAC
COCOA BEACH -50-fk lota. XTTRSES. Institutional work: experienced or photography. Exprl'Dee. Ph CHRYSLER- 1941 6-cylinder 4321 Ask for' I $1.435.00 plan.
Ideal for your Summer orIn..tment SMALL FARM wanted Northern buyers LATE ON THE BUSIEST high in mental and nervous disorders 8851. I aedan. 2-door

(250 to (750 .ota.. B, and Investors inquiring dally 1" II Centrllorld.. A few driv Write P.O. Box 1461 condition radio excellent mechanical PACKARD131 120 bual..coup. '40 CHEVROLET. H ton panel

Dut. Re.ltr 104 E Jefferson, for bU'ln.n. homes. and tam mlnut. frol The h.IMQu.rt.n RECEPTIONIST and Secretary for 71. Airplane Sales & Service Orange .u 2-521.Cmbl. C.r. 904 N. one Central Florida miles Motors Jeffer- I thoroughly reconditioned. Has a 4-
318 are spacious-gracious and I
Slrcut R..I W. I Doctors or office peed transmission. Can Mr. Ward
[nt.t T.mP' and
eon Dial 2-2424
strictly A A-l Oal.nd.
business building
Phone TWIN ENGINE ratings Grumman CADIAC193a. Need
BEACH Two SILLERS. Claybaugh. mo.rl 1 rary or on rondlton.
COCOA u.lnf Lt.Cocoa I Realtor BUYER.. different kinds of : Park pr.n.nt Witer Widgeon, land sea and Instrument. IU. Pie $375. Etatlon. PLYMOUTH-1940 deluxe 4 door se $59500 For
main bu'lle. eor.n same old M.t.1 Phone 61. business (7.000.00 will handle. Exclusive I I-R. training. Orlando Aviation. Phone 3521 d.D An actual 32.000 car. Has I FWther Information
Beach each xlO. new offered 3. STENOGRAPHER general office Vetran' ml.
rn. with Prescott V. Steele. Dial stored 3 : Other types in stock each unusually -
Club. Ph. Winter Park 863 CHEVROLET-1936 loin $500 b.a years
first time at (5000 (5250
for respectively. p.ln\
WANTED experience. Must be permanent Cuntr .d'l
BUY 10-20 of 21008. West I
.ne Central Avenue I In good Very clean Colonial
'MI 4 condition
On has foundation bearing resident Phone 8292 for appoint Oe tires good values at these low prices.
in place role building 50 ft. ftkl. ao"e.. P. Boland.* full FIRMLY ESTABLISHED business la ; ment. Southern Music Co. 7!. Autos & Trucks For Rent Please ..I.phon 9723 1239 E Colonial Drive

wide 120 ft. long. Either corner sulU I ftJenn. Orlando Net income (6000 a year. PONTIAC-1941 '
Realtor. 672 : CHYSL 1936 Royal 4-door Id.nte. T. K. JOHNSON INC.
N. Orange 1 to 5 m. Ieh.o'IraU
able for hotel or on see- Bll. Priced right. J. Hackett. Real STNORPHRPom CAR-RENTAL INC. High grade inresponsible ,
dial -
.p.rm.nt ; 2-4551 me buy at 8295 bd ro.h. 8.e
Write lo.
end floor and : onfirst I tor. 11 BlvdOpposite I P. O .Mond.tl prd. .urd cars by week or season to !' R 8. Evans "ie-O Bargain Lot: rifle or 520 Raleigh St. D. VARNER INC. 41 W. CENTRAL AVE.

floor Address et.Dcr HAVE YOU a business for sale? A D.ptdl.1 7588 : 2221.6CRETAY people. Call 6119. 36 W Garland and 2-1023. STUDEBAKER 1947 Commanderclub
Owner Exclusive guest home who wants permanent 234 W. Central Phone 23153
or apartment house ATTENTION FLYERS'!-Here U Livingston Ave Smart and modern
The besjjn
104 WiUard Repr.Rent.t..j Furnished or unfurnished home List real opportunity for the flyer who with good workingconditions CHEVROL-1935. roup.. I PHONE 5089
It t
\ D. BANNER U.DR1'V4'r-Dnive 195. Used cars -moro. s. Evans. 400 N. Orange -
"Iorda. today. Joe G Mrers. Realtor. 29 .at a h.nr t go into business and favorable wages MI.tb yourself: rates by mile or day 101 N. .. M.rln' .
809. .
In dictation and
W.hlnlto. Dial 8881 or 6638POR gen
BEACH Residential loU. air-minded city. exprl.nrd D. Inc. 234 W.
large ocean front lou I 'ii.tMEDlATE RESULTS List Fly bl.t EustU. Fla. investigate erl Apply Miss Weath- V.re. U-Drn-I.23153. CHRLT-1935 Id.n A STEBAKER 1940 Champion 2

at :lu ell cleared and your property with Oeo H Kltt- this offering for .ne sale AU erbee. American Machinery Corp. ber. nr.29 ea. G rb Id.n. New pallt. rll good. I
HERTZ DRIV-UR-6ELF Jim Cumble 904 N. Ave
metal 40x50 hangar with phone 6184 6nt.m R C.r. Orn. TRUCKS
ed 'ld for building your Ir.d.1 redge. R.ltor. 1 E. Central Ave. concrete Trucks and cars for and BargaIn Lot. AUTOMOBILESUSED
l.t frlS,\on oen Phone 2.318. floor and gas pump adjoining Municipal TWO WOMEN for house to house by hour day pasienger or Reasonable Am.U. 2103.CADILe194. come"UBdd 2-521
run 250 Airport that la Government canvas. Salary and commission week ST'UDEBAK.ER-1940 Commander 4
ft to a'a : paved I NOW-List your country prOI .pprow. Property Includes State age and For interview rates- We furnish but -door Id.D. Biii- door Very mechanically CAR EXCHANGE
= erty with us without delay lt eprlenr. the driver. 904 M. Ave. none .e'l orlnl
(1 650 room furnished Or.na chrome to R.
ea 8a Sole in of buyers waiting M. D. Bailey. wlt home write. Box 8-. 2-4064 blal finish New You to S. EVANS
three R.Itr garage. $7.500. Drop us line ; chrome R. S. Evans. W. Central
a C.dl.c wheels.
mor. O.r lo. on west : 30 E. Church Phone WOMEN 18 to of .pprlcl.te. 1
std of (500 and so. I 471. and fly on ever here Harry E. Morse wanted for 4 years position. No. OL1NS U-DRIVE-IT. INC.-New cars 400 N. Orn. 4771 Ave. Phone 4321. for B.r Your Dependable Used Car Dealer.
Other Orlando WAITING for homes Co. Realtors Eustls. Fla. ut.trl for rent. Reasonable rates per day
on Phone
lot Avenue second CUSTMF. experience Stan. Easy CVROL-14 club coupe. Very I.t.STEBAKERl81 12 Years of Continuous Service? lathe
back List 138. ne.. week or month Open evenings til
from yours CHEVROLET
Itr. ocean (359 prprl. -1947. Long wheel
to learn. Six-day week. Uniforms Motors. 375 % ton plck-UP. same) Vocation is your guarantee -
today Standae
each Reasonable restrictions. Qua i ) Lkwo Alate. W. TRADE 9 00. 942 N. Orange 2-81. N. base, cab and chassis. Dual
6 WIL equity in small grove furnished. Ideal working conditions. Or.nl Ave.CHRYSLER to see us before of sattofaetkm. Take advantage of .
C. Eew.rd.. O.ne'. Exclusive Rep i Rblntn automobile Balance on e.. Apply Tremor C.feterl. 8 w. 1940 Windsor 4"door I buy a used car T P. Baker Motor wheels. No mileage. $1895. our years of experience In thi*.
rP.nt.U.e. WiUard fit. Phone WE HAVE BUYERS wanting groves. terms. Owner P. O Box 3244 MOTORS Ce Klsalmmee. Fla
sedan busineaa
A and
Florida C.nlrl 8TARLO-AXNDE beautiful car for only Buy a Dependable'
Coo. business .
e. I Iropnl.and hom.. For GOING BUSINESS (will $5.0 For day r.t. -". .195 Standard Motors. 375 N. Or- WILLYS JEEPS-Six 1946 Civilian CHEVROLET-1941 pickup. Very Used Car Now
6T AUGUSTINE. 1 IUf Imedl.I. .Ie Il' with A. Al per year); good WATRUSElprlence. money. 501 N. Orange Ave Phone sale
Al and
outstanding IUt. l W. Washington lo.ton Idll Lunch 1. N. Or.n. 7878. trne. Cwer' good mechanically good rubber.A .

front dtelopmet 1.100 ft bounded w.te-I I HAVE BUYER for to 20-acr grovel couple Present Mo" eprl.ae ne.q. Blossom Tr.l.WAITRESE CRYSLRIU48 "Town and Coun- 420 8. Oan.. perfect buy for $895. 1947 Dodge Boa. Coupe ,

by onD Matantas River Pleas contact J Van Hoten with and win sacrifice for oter Iters WANTED-Only expe I tn.'uxulol. pplntm.nt.priced Trailers-Trucks for Sale 1948 Ford Pickup (4 Speed Transm-!

O 1.1 and divided by ocean shore Clyde McKenxie's office at once. Worth investigating Box '348 1.0. apply. Harry Beetaursnt. 73. Auto Service to In. Ji. Cmbl. Car.14 H. Orange 76. DODGE-1940 panel delivery. New aloe .
1 81.r. 12O
blh. .. Anrbor. for b.t on 8. Main Ph 2..': N. Orange.YOUNG I BROCKWAY-2V, 8x14 stake : motor good tires and body. Excellent 1941 Chevrolet Tudor Master) .,
.1 sale LADY for office work and AUTO FAINTING Its fun going CMRYSLER-1939 4-door sedan. Very ta buy $895.INTERNATIONAL.
of part ef an MST filling station within COMMERCIAL LOT with I body. Booster reconditioned 1941 Ford Bvamess Coupe ., ,
Entire .a.e a.lt 2 In or near Orlando. good Being .1. Must have some fprel.. places in. a sleek looking carFainting dfn. orllnl p.lat good U. Excellent Price
tract ( .ek. boul. dOIn. sold engine. '
prte. personality and 1940 Hudson Six Sedan
,. Broker 18 3.00. H.te P.. eal Van Hoten with to settle PI For l.rrula. mrtb. and .ent removed No 795. 8. a apprc.t. Box 3SB 8Sla. 1940 1 i-ton.' ,
60 .
8t. Mr. Floyd pubUc Apply Thursday mornIng money down: terms. Orange R Enl. 1:50. 1941 Studebaker Commander Sedan
8. with Bettes
Main 2-4775. Centa
St. :
Ctd. MrK.nll.
Phone I
Alllla. F. 478 1 25 W. Washington I..teaCo 143 N. Orange Auto ft Body Works 2-0188 4321. CHEVROLET 1938 ,-ton panel Stake body dual wheels. nw tires
1 a.m
YOU ARE IVT to Visit Cocoa DONT LIST your property with me Btf'I' Ave I CHEVROLET-1935 2-door truck. G condition New rings. and perfect mechanically. Only 1933 PontIac SU Sedan
Beach and Beach unless you want to Henry ALIGNMENT Free tltOn I.n. new good tires. Browns $795. 1939 Chevrolet Tudor (dean)
and purchase Iu WHITE "Jam up" b.tt"
WOMAN live every respect. .
F'i350o or couple to Prompt by
Broker. 12 8. DOWN I Rio Grande.
a ruldent.l or business. lot Burt. M.I 2.10. restaurant you 'I continue. with widow. Mrs Lena Lawson forcompanionship anics. A rp.1 .. uprt Go- Evans 6O W. C.ntrl Ave. 4321. Oro." 19 1939 Ford Station Wagon (dean)

The Christmas Hl.b.. by o 1 60. Business O I' thl. Splendid "on O.nn BOI and protuon Large years Service. 300 N. Orange CHRL-1939 tudor 'New CHEVROLET-1941 F tn! Dual CHEVHOLET panel. New 1941 Chrysler Club Coupe Saratoga?;
and Indian River ldaa. L. springs con
1IpmMt 10 home ; O
Prtoit6BUSE 10 no rent con paint A good bur for most
-'I Is traffic ration and fine rh.re. mo.r AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Experienced paa& r'l cost .bel any FUmoeth Sedan Nice). ,
now, open to at all hours.day lu.lne. "Spak I I S KU- I 1120 17th SL phone 1933
Co.I diton 5. delivery service. S595.
nl.nr. mU.Dorh. Motors. 1239 &
or night every ca. Wltht two LTGS HUE 8plluL" Wltn. .Imm. Hllllard bl.ld meh.nlu, prompt Inlc. tr.n.praton.. Colol.l 1942 Studebaker Club Coupe (Prest-"
R.ltor. M.t.lf Bldg 2-3289 good Clonl.1 Dv.
years will be a and H.rl. 0 .tOk. pat.
tee H '* Bu.I.. LADY to care for s.oall boy Room 234 W. Cen CHEVROLET-1933 Pick up New dent)
putting you oa Cocoa I .dqQ.r.r. 118 N. SECOND HAND STORE-In St. I tll. Ic. excellent $285. 8. DODGE-1940 4-ton pick-up A
and small salary. 2110 2-3153. tires 1939 Buick Special Sedan
Beach In on. hour time. Cloud. Owners leaving State. b.r. Blossom roneton. very good running truck; for $195.DODGE .
\ You have probably no\ dour ads I BUSIES OPPORTUNITIES rash: for quick sale. Write 1.0 AUTOBRK JOB and wheel CHEVROLET-1935 2-door. Excellent Or.ae Tai 1941 Ford Sedan Special De Lure '
la your two dally en. Cocoa 3-1008. slr Box 2S 8. St Cloud. Whelg motor. all steel toP. good CHEVROLET 1941 pick-up. Good
(A Beauty
1941 Dodge Coupe
o 110. 5. al.nment. 1"Ie rbbe. ,.
Rom 1946 V-ton Excellent
Beach and Orlando Beach are your Prescott V. Steele. WANTED LEASE 63. Help Wanted-Male b.l.ard C. A 1245. J. R SmithS 33 E condition prtceert to R pick-up .
C.nt.1 -Up-to-date
Oike Slew)
beaches. Residential lots from (350up meat T In Prange ft Sons. 1010 W. Church Grande and 24th. 8. H. Rlchter buy. Perfect condition 1941 DeSoto Coupe -

, Business lots from (500 The Orl.nde Please i FAINTTNO-BODY and fender 1939 paneL New. throughout $1593.
reply to Box 393 AU BODY AND FENDER and
lake Dora. 3 8la. rp.lrl CHEVRL AH guaranteed cars carry a 30-day
BA TOUS& Experienced Apply Buckeye
I. two main business & green finish. A very
p street from hotel corer.a"O. t. rol. 363 3rd. Ave.. aide. slips "on ONE OF THE FDTFfrr.W community" Garage. 1317 W. Grand Ave .p.lntl. Et.t. D. 11"el. Fetm.ue.- 1947 Practically Club coup dak. .h m.ke for only $595. DODGE-1940 32-passengtr bus. warranty backed by an efficient
Mt. Dora.DOWNYOWN"ZEctabfted grocery-markets o
! : available Prices and pll will b sent I living quarters $*800 00 Orlando will handle with AHR Dr"tm.n Give 234 W. Central Ave. Phone 3-3153. $ M.rl'l U.e Cars. 101 N.. Evans Trck Bargain Lot. Very good mechanically. Could be service department to serve jou.
I upon application; or filling I IIu.n.n as to Main. corner Amelia. 2-102. converted for A
I rprHat.u" Grodrriea and qraftai without. tt BRAKE supply an 14.CRT many purposes.
t ", o< our company will .. on you. or .taUo Big gallonase per month. $5.500d.to living education ..pr.n. sex. salary your REPAlW., tires sag 1941 special deluxe DODGE.-1946 fc-ton pick-up An good buy for $695. Can priced to cell quickly.
will meet you al the property by .p 8k "to SpiegeL"compels Whitney sale 11.0."p.k the "0.0.0.city. 'I desired. Bx 8Str. and oiL Dixie Sales .Io 8e"lr. W. Urea and paint Profit excellent buy. R 8 Evans Truckand Liberal terms and trades

U Ilt.a&U 104 phone U 99 Coo. Co. Realtors; 706 Spl..l. youTl tilecrJ.Q V. Steele. CADT- Experienced form South at Boone St. with Prophitt Used Cars. 500 W. Cen B.n.11 Lot Garland and Amella -
' WUlard .
( ou Edwards the Street bank in of 23269.DiuVEt.. Since 1 S Cen T. Murphy ConstructionCo. CAR WASHdO and polishing by ap trl Ave. 2-102. TRUCK AND BARGAIN Visit any one of our three lots ..
Bu1111. .
tral San-
O Power and LUhU
I Class
pointment. For DODGE TRUCK-First
Indian River prompt and expert 2 door sedan. lH
'I north of the CHRLT-IHl
7 causeway, 01 the from the Due to Rst.uraI grill._ MICE LITTLE Welding business at ford. Fla $1.25. hour. 4 hour week. Inc call B & J Service Station P f1 bUck fin 1-ton for sale or trade. Dik LOT

, Coco! *, HOI. next co.U't the Cocoa e.ne wt.Ot.r sell in order to $3..0. Exclusive ,with Prescott I COUPLE wanted en .m.1 dairy. rorr Bone and J.ckl. I.b aad1 t roil for S99S. R A Orlt Dixie Preeser. 37 X- Yak USED CAREXCHANGE ..
-V. 2-loos. Steady Box CONVERTIBLE Central. Corner Garland and Amelia
I Tl". ful new bl.S venture. DI .SW'I C.n wok lus b.olr. TOPS-Head linings. 1291.
for our pamphlet "Cocoa Bac Th location U dGI better tral !:07.!. [lnc P.. Dr pae Tailor-made seat COy- DODGE .1942. four-door sedan. DODGE-1940 *.-ton paneL R- 8. .
Location and Early (70OO business I those who Lex Radio Evans Truck Bargain
HIt. Pr mont In LKO for a better than averages DRE WA1 We' Aat T Shop. 141 heater CondUn.. .ne '
Drive ever Sunday a what food business alone. garage. .r with Or- In. 112. Private owner. corner Garland Amelia. 2102. OPEN SUNDAY
aubrb'l one Pbt 219 W. Washington
a.n. J.rket
wdefu lou you can buy at ? approximately four months old 'De I l.n' lol bm. your .L. No lando atreels will qualify. Apply t j RADIATOR REPAIRING make Washington E DOE110tn plkp. $595

prices o reasonable the finest money can buy Th 0.bl phone r.1 M. me face to face. Mr H..n City Cab Co. cars Complete new stock an cop DODGE-1940. Deluxe 4-door" 102 N Garland

( trm r.tlUJ. I .p! Orange Pre I and lust why it U for sale.Esclalve MET CUTTER WANTED-.Must be radiator cores for replacements New paint and tires. I.n Lot eor.Garland and Amelia. 2-1023. Phone MOSS.

O.al Bah Id warts. Company. "melta. Writ Boa 211 I wyr>-Ciswtott V. ItHle.j I i' nprelP Auclr at 311 W. Colonllal Ilr C T Walker R.e.to Shop. 621 throughout. Jim Cumble Cars. 904 N. FORD-Panel trck 1936. "68." 220 W. WashintOl

I' C P.1eD I ollde F. Since 1920. O-tfSk Central I Drf Ce"tra dial 63. Or'n.U.. 722 Orsnda Av. ,

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Ruffle Trimmed Playsuits
.' Two-Tone Slack Suits a rev,

12 to 20 5.95 \

: 29 to 42 12. 9 5 .

the back trimmed with ruffles
Frilled for fun! Buttoned up
\; with matching dust ruffled skirt. In chartreuse, rose or i
blue. .. Dressy and comfortable sporty and comfortable -
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.. two-toned, rayon slack suits with long sleeves r:
India Print Sunsuits .;'.:.)'. and two way collar. Tailored for perfect

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12.to 18selection 2.98. ._... _
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sunsuits square neck and ., ': ,
3 sunback styles with striking '. a' ,. ,
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V7 r Flared Cotton Skirts /f

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a 2 color combination. Also,
and solids. '
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45 Perfect for the beach or for summer lounging. Cool,
Cool white cotton blouses;.-perfect to washable seersucker in blue and maroon stripes. Sanfor-S 5'
team with your flared skirt.With draw
"" x string necks with tailored collars. ized, it will not shrink over lft>. Tailored with shawl
I\ 55 V ?w V '5 With cap sleeves with puff collar. x
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PURCHASES OF Swim. Suits Sport Shirts '

ji $10.00 OR MORE! )i 8 to 14 2.98 Sm, Med. Lge. 3.98 '

\ Long sleeve aport shirts of cool.
H Two piece bathing suits knit of
Kerr Y b roo k e. combination cotton and rayon or r a washable,Pugi Rayon. Convertible ,
cotton and wool. In pastel colors collar-two breast pockets In enSWim ""
Suits and in red or royal blue. Also one shell blue or gold.
= ...r piece suits for teen age swimmers i Print Swim Trunks
: .< : ::4 at the same thrifty price-2.98.

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%x Soft all wool swim suits in the v "' Popular boxer style with
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Two piece satin lastex in blue .:,. ,, ;
black yellow and white with floral 1't'.,,> z Lastex swim trunks for the small t ,
jersey fronts. Sizes 32. 34 and 36. ?- t ones-fashioned just like Dad's. In 1

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Small boys sunsuits in a selection of : t ...sV "'' '"
Cool comfortable longie and and ,, z'. ,: '
shortie blue and red striped chambray ; .
pajamas tailored in a floral .. ; r y
percale. Tailored and fashioned with i }
11 print.Aqua rose or yellow in sizes ,
i 32 to 38. a roomy pocket. : ?
Little i Gi rls'Butc
Play Shorts

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,{; ....-.+ V 3.19 < in tan. white or maize. Fashioned
wS{ e .>"'# d 2 to 4 2.59 Seersucker and percale sunsuits to i1 W c with hip pockets, change pockets
Nite Kraft pajamas In a gay floral keep small girls cool and com elastic waist and buckle front Cool
design finished with white piping; ; .,"'y.j..5' fortable all summer long. An assortment and comfortablethey're popular
w>' VSr adjustable waist. Blue or tearose TwQ piece swimming suits for very of colors In prints or in \ favorites for beach for play for gar :
sizes 34 to 40. mall girls. In royal blue. tripes. dening. I


Infants' Play Sandal Children's Barefoot Sandals Girls' Camp.Moccasins Women's Casuals

31hto9 3.49 4to8 4.98Women's

51 to8 2'.59 5to12 1.00 Flexible. hand sewn moccasins -
=' s in light brown. crepe sole
White or brown sandals with Infants' and children's white Provide comfort and casual shoes soft
leather soles and heals. Cool plastic barefoot sandal with support in with a style the cool. and comfort- \
a for summer sturdy for leathesoles and heels. Adjustable popular young girls.Also, able. Available in
4"' hard wear buckles for comfortable boys' mocca- white red and
sins; sizes 1 to brown.
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