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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: May 18, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
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92 per cent of Florida's cirruf. hat. Effort. Pag 11 Kadi* Pose 31.

T/J a Privilege to Live In Central Florida The World's Most Beautiful Place for_Abundant_Living

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O. 721 ORLANDO. FLORIDA. SUNDAY. MAY 18. 1947
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'TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT' AIR CONDEMNED


GOP Senators Byrnes Assails 'War Caldwelftkges Odham Claims Another



Urge Immediate More RevenueFor


T alk/ Cites Peril Of


$$4 Billion Tax Cut SchoolsGovernor Florida House Member



Bungling Leadership
Committee WarnsOf Cites


Possible Slump WASHINGTON [AP] James F. Byrnes, former Secre- Teachers' PlightTALLAHASSEE
,
WASHINGTON [UP] Republican : tary of State, said last night that in both Russia and the [AP] Gov. Tried To 'Pay Him Off'I

United States "there is too much talk about war and too
Senators last night Caldwell said yesterday un-
.
little talk about
urged immediate personal peace. less ample revenue is pro-
The people of neither country want to go to war, he
income tax cuts to prevent.,- vided by the Legislature to T
said and only blundering leadership -
a possible business slump. !I finance the new school program '
could bring about another I Aboard Mate
A report of the OOP-controlled I Rogers Offers [conflict. the -teachers will be"far .J Solon Describes

Senate Finance Committee recommended -! He called on both Russia and worse off than they are now. .

that Individual income I New Bond Plan the United States to realize that He estimated it will take about

taxes be slashed by (4 billion a: neither can dictate $12,500,000 a year in new taxes to

year starting July 1. I For Veterans the termsof fulfill appropriations made by the Offer To Vote

t The committee warned against I peace and : Legislature so far and set aside

President Truman's contentionthat WASHINGTON [AP] Rep. that "there la no the $10 million reserve fund he

It Is too early to cut taxes.:' Rogers [D-Fla] yesterday place for the wants "to meet any decline in 4- Against Bill
"
The heavy rates now in effect 'take it or leave revenue.
proposed a new plan for en-
constitute a serious restriction on "
if attitude. "Unless some additional revenue -
former GIs to
consumer expenditures retard new abling get Byrnes' speech Is made available there is Rules Group To Air
investment and Inhibit managerial cash now for their terminalleave
was for a gath- no provision for the Increasedcost

Initiative." the committee said. pay bonds. I ering of Variety of schools" he said. ; : ) Charges Tomorrow

The administration is flatly II His bill. to be Introduced tomorrow Clubs Interna- I
"Under the existing law. the tri t tAJ FLORIOA 'US
TALLAHASSEE
opposed to any tax cut now. 1 would make the bonds I tional in receivByrnes for schools [AP] Ex-
$20 million a year A 0""
However Secretary of Treasury negotiable so that veterans could ing the 1946 award which this entirely to the teachers. Un- 5) ,, w&e thw : panding charges he made
goes ,
Snyder U expected to make pubI I I sell them to anyone who mightbe organization of people from the der the new law about one third ;\ 'S ,.. i) 2 D1VIS'Odt/ I II during debate Wednesday,

lic tomorrow an administration interested in holding them as entertainment world presents an- i "
I of the $38 million goes to capital ,_ ': Rep. J. Brailey Odham of
for reducing taxes next investments.The who has ( % ; I
to
program nually some person
I I outlay and current expense. So if Seminole said yesterday it
year. bonds which are not negotiable "helped to make this world a bet- II
we still have only $20 million. one I g gp. was a House member who offered
The committee has approved a.. now and may not be cash ter world:'
third of that $20 million will go 5A-1 I him bribe and
I a that he will
ed for five after the -7 go
vet-
modified version of a tax bill years It Byrnes' first major :
was to capital outlay and current expense -
passed overwhelmingly by the 1 eran's discharge bear two and :' public announcement on foreign and the teachers will be far Il.1i, C1 (' b I ? .-. ( oCLargOAj, before the Rules Committee tomorrow
a. to reveal the legislator'sname.
House. The committees bill would I one-half per cent interest. policy since he turned over his worse off than they are now." ; 0.) ( ); !

reduce taxes for the majority of Rogers would require @ .
purchasers office to Gen. Marshall.In
the '
I He declined to comment on
Odham said he was offered first
Ai'JpgSJiJc7
20 cent. I under his I
taxpayers by per plan to pay
saying that great powers proposed bill to legalize and tax $200 and then $500 by "a member
Sens. Taft [R-Ohio and MU- veterans at least the face value i t <"
should not be too stubborn in slot machines which is pending oc 4 / 0 of the House" to vote
) against a
likin [R-Colo.l. said they were of the bonds plus the interest '
I their demands Byrnes declared I the Senate calendar with Finance I / 7 % ,. I bill which would have prohibited
confident the Senate will approve which has accrued to the date of that "in this imperfect world and Taxation Committee endorse- ,,I. ,J I telegraph and telephone service
their transfer. I
the bill. I there Is no perfect peace:' .1 ment. "W' for transmission of race results to

They were pressing for final Rogers co-author of the 1946 I I He said he was maintaining his -. j'S '4i4.fr .
Congressional tax action within act that gave former enlisted men bookmakers.He .
I I policy of having nothing to say
two weeks so that the reduction I said he refused the offer and
and women the bonds in payment Phone Pickets : about ways for the Legislature to

could be started July 1-If it sur- for leave accrued but not received raise the money he estimates is :told the other House member he
;
vives a possible veto by President i.I before their discharge. Introduced I : needed! was "going to support the bill and

Truman. :. a bill on the opening day of this would speak for it on the floor."

They said they were certain ,session calling for the Government Ordered BackWASHINGTON I Caldwell said his estimate of Odham charged he had been

they had the votes to defeat an ''I to cash the bonds immediately.This I $1%, OOOOO a year in new taxes J- "approached": and there was

measure has been bottledup wa based on the assumptionthat "money on the line" against the
expected Democratic motion to I
in the Armed Services Committee. -
delay action on the bill until I II I [ UP ] a general appropriations bill a ,u if I N1l1l.f } 'but. The measure was defeated

June 10. I This is a better plan." he said Ernest Weaver, president of carrying $62,400,000 as approvedby / 41 to 37 after passing the Senateby

of his new bilL "I'm willing to the Association of Communications the Senate will become law. .. an overwhelming majority..

The committee added the recession drop the other bill so long as the I i and Equipment The House has trimmed $7.400.- I Last Wednesday Odham also
might develop while Congress needy bondholders can get their
I Workers, last night ordered 000 off the specific expenditure IS' \declared "unscrupulous racketeersI
\ was In recess with the result that money. I I ( '
his striking followers to reestablish authorizations of the Senate bill : -x 1'4 I'A ? 9dPMqy. I are using money to gain control of
The Is '
"no counteractive tax measures Budget Bureau reported
picket lines tomorrow -around and put them in contingent funds (tfli I I'/A/sJ # every man in public office in the
opposed U the measure for cashing $ 4(
could be taken until a drastic deflation exchange in
every major telephone. .but the Governor said those contingent "
?
the bonds but Rogers said It IP 7ff'f "" 'nu' S7: United States contthuIng"They're :
was weU under way. the country. ;"
I
::T should not objectjo.hIs, new The union had withdrawn Its items would not serve the in this Legislature today -
I
plan. He said the bureau "simplydid picket lines to permit other work- purpose of his proposed $10'mil ."

Ellender Urges GOP not want the. bonds turned ers, who had settled their disputes lion general operating reserve.
Into the Treasury before their r The Senate has adopted
a rev
I with the company. to return He said too that the Senate Administration Set
planned maturity date. i Mrs. Truman I
olution calling for
To Be 'Reasonable'In to their jobs. I does not include provision for I Britain Keeps a joint Investigation -
The way Rogers has It figured of Odham's charges and
To
"We expect that members of Prices
"any funds for new building at 'Keep
out. "everybody will gain-the GI
Labor Controls the other telephone unions will I I the House Rules Committee hat
who needs his cash will be able to the educational Institutions."

WASHINGTON UP] Sen. El- get it. plus whatever Interest is recognize as unionists their and moral honor obligations those The general appropriations bill 'Fights' for Life : High Reece Says Neutral StandLAKE invited him to appear before It

lender ID-La. last night told due; the new purchaser will receive 'I tomorrow to make a full state-
he said. covers only Constitutional .
lines. agencies WASHINGTON lAP] Carroll
Republican legislators to adopt a a gilt-edge security at inter- I

"reasonable" attitude on labor I est better than can be obtained Weaver's action was a set back I departments and the custodial -I GRANDVIEW, Mo. [AP] Reece, Republican National Chairman The 27-year-old war veteran.

controls or run the risk of "no anywhere else and the Govern to Labor Department concilators and higher educational Insti- said last night the Truman SUCCESS, N. Y. I youngest member of the Leg ;laI A

legislation at all. .ment doesn't lose anything." who had hoped for an early final I tutions. It does not Include about Pres. Truman said last night I I administration is determ1ned-'to I [AP] Great Britain will ture. returned to the Capitol today

He spoke as.a Joint Senate- settlement of the telephone dis $15 million his mother, Mrs. Martha E. I and made this formal
in state-
House conference committee pre- continuing appropriations keep prices high In the hope of maintain a "completely neu-

pared to meet tomorrow to iron Constellation Sets pute.The ACEW was the last nation: aid to the schools and Truman, 94, is making a', reaping political advantage." I tral position" in the United j ment:

) out differences between the Sen- wide union involved in the dispute several millions of dollars in specific I "terrific uphill fight" in her I Reece wrote 10,000 party work- ''j "It was necessary that I be out
Two U. S. RecordsNEW Nations Palestine
ate labor bill and a House measure to remain out. authorized expenditures. investigation -i of the chamber around 12 o'clock
battle for life. ers that the Democratic strategy I I
generally regarded as suffer.A YORK [AP A Constellation and make no suggestions toj make a
telephone call
I jto to San-
i includes "stubborn
compromise favoring the The President after a day at the resistance to
Senate was predicted by some Field airliner at 4:37:01 arrived at EST LaGuardia I|'60 Poisoned At Richard Strauss, 82, bedside of his mother here walk- I every measure proposed by the the 11-member inquiry commis- ford last Tuesday. Returning to
p.m. ) yesterday 'Republican sion, a British spokesman said
ed into the yes-
legislators. Hotel Muehlebach at Congress to bring I the chamber the vote was up to

Ellender predicted Pres. Truman timed ,Miaml-to-New establishing an York officially commercial Wedding Reception Famed Composer, III Kansas City with a solemn face. I I down the cost of living while at terday. indefinitely] postpone this bill and

will sign a the labor Senate bill version.which approaches A- record of three hours. 29 I I EASTHAMPTON. Mass. API) MUNICH [UP] Richard Strauss. "improving.His mother" and he added explained that "I is ,, the blame same Congress time endeavoring for the rising to His statement came as delegatesof !I1 turned Jo my colleague [Rep. M.

veto of such a measure he said minutes and 45 secondstheplane's : More than 60 person, believed to 82. one of the most famous of JIving wouldn't be here if there weren't' price level." the five Arab countries begana B. Smith of Seminole J as Legislators -
second record flight of the have been poisoned..were taken to composers, was reported seriously some improvement." series of weekend conferencesto
probably could be overridden in day.The hospitals in Northampton. Holyokeand and possibly critically ill in The President flew here earlierin I' "It will be a good trick if the consider whether to advise arriving late in debate frequently -

the Senate and House. four-engined plane a new Springfield yesterday after Switzerland yesterday. the day after receiving a tele- Administration gets away with I do, and voted with him.

Eastern Air Lines craft carrying attending a wedding reception din- A family member reported his phone call that Mrs. Truman. who It," he said "but It U inronreiv- their Governments to boycott the The result was a tie vote saving

The Weather Capt. Eddie Rlckenbacker EAL ner. illness when German officials here fractured her right hip in a fall 'I|[ able that" the voters will be Inquiry' group. the but -

president, and with H. T. (Dick I The bridegroom. Donald J. said they believed Strauss would at her home Feb. 13. had taken i j fooled. I Dr. Fadhil Jamali of Irag said; "After that
ORLANDO AND VICINITY: Merrill at the controls, left.Miami! Houle. who was married to Rose I come home next month to face a a turn for the worse. i! Reece added "the Republican vote was takers
Partly cloudy continued warm after establishing a new A. Yagamin. was one of seven in denazification I "Right new we are taking a I Bunn Gautier [Rep. Gautier of
court. Congress. in the pending bill for
today and tomorrow. to-Miami Burbank-I I serious condition. The President and Brig. Gen. improved position of reserve.l! We certainlywill i Dade called to my attention that
relationship* between
Wallace
II. Graham his
personal |
'* mercial speed record of The bride was not affected. She Tire Industry Probe Set physician made no attempt to 11 labor and management. Is seeking advise our Governments on | this was the bill that.I had helped
54 minutes and 57 seconds. said she excited that she
Cracker Jim Sez: The Miaml-to-New York flight I ate and drank was 50 nothing. WASHINGTON rAP] Hbuse minimize the seriousness of Mrs.Truman's 'to increase the nation's capacity what we think they should do. I earlier to get back to the floor

Hits shore gettin mity dry an .was the first officially timed Small, Business Committee yes condition. : to need.produce" the things the people But no decision has been made." '!for a vote. I voted then against

r sandy an it ain't lookin like its flight between the points. It Iran Seeks $20 Million/ terday ordered an investigation of Truman flew to the bedside of I An official spokesman of the excluding Duval and llonroej
loin to do much showerin averaged 315 miles,per hour. I what it called "economic concen- his mother yesterday ignoring a''j j Counties from the bill. .rica we

_ time soon. I War Debt from Russia tration and monopolistic ))rac- driving rainstorm wind and an : Slavs Nab Parliament Arab Executive Committee said in adjourned for lunch and I spent

'7 M. the way any-I'Strong' Quake Reported TEHERAN rAP Official Teheran tices in the tire industry."'to determine official warning that tornadoes'I Member Count 'j i Cairo that Emil Ghoury leader of the lunch hour seeking Information. -
\ WtolfAJ cotton how effective enforce might develop near his landing on 'Spy' the Palestine Arab delegation to What I found convinced me
\ 1HBM Btayin high PASADENA lAP A "moder radio announced yesterday ] ment of anti-trust laws has been. field :BELGRADE API] The Information the UN special assembly session, the bill was good and was needed."Returning .
ately strong" earthquake yesterday Prince Mozaffar Firouz. Iranian'ambassador
: I ITonight's
i;
!
\ ministry announced had
fll KI the sky there yesterday informed the exiled Mufti of
was reported by California to Moscow had requested to the CapitoL Iwas
ain't a bit of Movies : four Held in Bombing i that Dragolujun Jovanovic. Jerusalem that the "delegates of
Institute of Technology Seismological payment by the Russians approached Just outside the
\ water in em. I It in of $20 million debt claimedby BEACHAM Stinion Read. 1.00: 3:08.: opposition member of Parliament i I, the five Arab States share our House chamber and asked to
Squire Lark in Laboratory. was an : a war "5:15: '72; $, .'30 I IROXT Of Finns' Red Legation and the national presidium had opinion and will advise their Gov-
undetermined direction seismologists Iran. : Stallion Road. 1:00, 3 vote against the bilL
: :OS. I:IS. |
says it rained too j said, but strong enough to I jl, Premier Ahmed Qavam earlier 7:25. 930.Castro. HELSINKI APJ) Police investi-i, been arrested on charges of working ernments to boycott the commis i
much too early I I : : Tht Dolly BiiUrt. 5.2$. 4.80. : for "certain foreign spy ser sion." "The man who approached me
the throwing of
If In said Iran also asking Russia gating a bomb ,
damage a populated was 7:12.
cause 9 35
"
'_ an that's the\ area. I forl0 million in customs duties.! COLONYCTOM Mr Hnrt. 2:12: t.08, into the Russian Legation here I, vices. I t I A spokesman for the Arab is a member of the House. He
reason we ain't 6:OO. 7:54.!48GRAND. Thursday have ,detained several The announcement said the League here denied that the five asked me to help him kill this bill

havin any now Hitll rain tho.I I I 1548. s'10.: 10:Vacation'35. Tli.in Falcon Reno. Adventure 1:00. 3:24., i' young persons it was learned last arrest had been approved by the Arab States had taken such a de- : I told him. "no, I was going to

It always has an all ways will hit THE 'MIGHTY MIDGET' :2.23. 4 47. 7:10.: '35. night. Those held. it was said. presidium. This indicated Jova cision. ''vote to support the bilL I thinkit

just takes a little patience waitin 5:44.: RIALTO"OC!. 10'14 The JoUon $tor '. 100.: 3:22.: have previously been involved in novic had been expelled from that :1 The inquiry commission will is a good bill and one we need.:
1 I
for it sometimes. I VOGUE: The Cockeyed )Clzacl., J30. bombings of Leftist newspaper body since presidium membersare meet May 26 to organize for its "He then said. 'do you mind if

-I: Charley Varner Turns Up 7:00.5:35;.: : 1 ;:;. 8hmd8W of a Woman- '.". I I offices. i immune to arrest. '1 I investigation. I i I get personal?' Before I even an-
I
TODAY'S TIDES i iBaytena I DRIVE IN: Tonne Widow. f
gtMcti 1>4.K High 5'41 a m. and I APOPKA i [Continued on.Page 2. Cot. 4]
eon p.m Low 11:3S am. and 1144: p.m. i CLERMONTThe Tim of Their TJve. I Punjab Riot Toll Hits 43 \ 'NEED FOR UNITY IS VITAL'I-I
Cocoa aeaclt THlab I
1.61 am. and With One-Man RestaurantCharley DLAND-DRKA: : : Bringing Cp Father. .
1:11.pm.: Low 1145 a m. and 11:&4 p.m. Hit Parade of 147.EUST1S LAHORE India API Four persons '.3f
Sebastian Inlet Tide! : High 1:48: a m. and : : : 13 Ro. Madeleine killed yesterday in .
I were communal -
IU Sun pm Phaww; Low Rises 1140: S 34 a n;*net. and, 7 O9 1149.: P.m. Varner, known as the Strawhat Salesman for HANES GROVELAND CITY:: Trail Tw. to 8man Saa Antone People., Cross rioting In this Punjab pro Marshall Recommends Approval -- .

Recorded LOCAL by U.TCMPCHATUKCS 8. Weather: Buresa. el I 20 years in the automobile trade, has hit upon a brand new XT Heart. : vincial capital by Moslems. Hindus '
KISSIMMEE:: Rage In Heaven ,
Municipal, Airport: I idea, for which he has secured State rights and which he I LTESBURO.: : Seven Were fined FAIN: and Sikhs. bringing to 43 the
Maximum lit Minimum U King of Wild Ronei. number of deaths resulting from Of Global Trade Panel Charter :
I
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1 am---------t 1 will solve the and food
87
pm. n expects housing problem. SANFORD The Red Route
2am. ____ 71 2 o.m. ______ 88 I : PRINCESS the disorders in the last four days. I !
I The Very Thought of You.
______ Saps At Sea.
.
3 .m. 70 3 om. 14pm Mr. Varner's project is an electrified restaurant, six 8T CLOUD111 Be Tours. I
4 n.m. __ sa I WASHINGTON [AP] Secretary of State Marshall last I
101 WINTER GARDEN: Abie'a blah .1
feet Ron
by eight feet operated by I II .am..... _-__----- 68 sa S I P.p.m.... ___ 89C 8:1: ,I man. or one woman. Equipped |. I OEM WINTER Thunder HAVEN In the: Boomerang.CltT.' Charter t' night urged agreement on a charter for the proposed International -
) ____ .. Angebilt Hotel from whence he i ,
n.m.. .. 18'72 "p. ___ '$2Sam. I with stove display ,,windows racksand I LAKELANDPOLK- Uargle; PALACE: '-'''' : Trade Organization as a "great step toward eco-
1a.m. '71 ,1p.m.om. '71 I popcorn vendor the buildingis I will travel the State with his one- lAKE Magnificent The Jolaon Rocne.Story Code..of. the West. ; : #, nomic stability and the common security."
____ Service
.
10 10 10 '7$1 I I
a,1L P.m. aluminum man restaurant. "
pre- c1f Hn'I "Economic conflict and trade Marshall said
11 a.'" n 11 p.m. .n.l I wars, ,
fabricated.The ;
Noon ----- SB Midnight --_ 70 1947 Dav I "invariably set the stage for political - "Mighty
"
I
TEMPERATURES: CLSEWHERK I Midget.* as the Washington, Baltimore 1itF disunity. ,shall said success would depend .,
WASHINGTON API Weather BuraiEPport miniature A* Je> ?l.. 1W Urn JK J* The Secretary' statement was the of all -
restau- co-operation the
of temperature for the 24 hours Dioceses Head Selected upon -
for the opening of World Trade ,,.
endmi I pjn rant is known 18 19 20 21 22 23 242526272829S31 I 18 trading nations represented.The '
Station Hi I.. I Station Hi LeAshevtlle developed in BALTIMORE (TAP The Most Wire-phone-35 White Week He termed its keynote. ,
84 S* I Memphis S3 68 was i World Trade Unites Nations State Department also qI '
Atlanta S9 M Miami IS $T I California whereit Rev. John M. McNamara. pastorof published a report from the
Atlantic City C2 52 New' OrlulII.- : is in wide St. Gabriel's 1.7&uitq particularly appropriate for "a
use. Church. Washington GRIFFIN Geneva meeting which said the
Birmingham 17 66 New York 50 i i time when the need for unity
Boston 63 92Chattanooga Norfolk 60Philadelphia Mr.VarnerwiUhave was selected yesterday administrator 1947 Jim 1947N. Ho* I among the peoples is more vital U. S. had opened negotiation I
SS AS
n &4 I a demon of the Archdio of 7 with 10 of the 15 countries with
Chicago 7 49 Pittsburgh 70 eo ese ._ \II j I I I'than ever before in history.
Cincinnati 79 S3 Richmond 83 M stration modelset Baltimore and Washington while .. : .. ,1. w feu JK JW I Although the U. S. took the lead which trade talks were orginal-
Cleveland 64 a2 81 Louis 61' up next weekat I ,.
approximately 450.000 Roman ly scheduled..
Jacksonville! 91 II I SaD Antonio 89 62 I 1234'567 -- ----- In bringing about the current international /
Kansas,, City ;! I 8 Francisco. Cl 49KnozrUle Oranee and Catholics mourned their archbishop All of my ra.die. are fall of InscioMtooditrfs effort at Geneva to By the end of May it expects 100 '. _
K WmI C3: Cavannah 6$ $4 Livingston across Varner I
the Most Rev. : try tome today. Chorolilei lower trade barriers and on separate negotiations to be in
88 U I Resttle M 47 8910 .[ agree
11121314 REP. J. B. ODHAM
I from the Food Palace. Meanwhilehe and complete aU8r'meat Summertime
7 'I Curky. 67. ranking U. S. J'I
79 5
Los AegM Tampa 91 8LoulsviUe i a final draft for the projected progress between pairs of countries i
f. (2 IS : Washiartea" 78 8i : has opened headquarters at the bishop who died Friday night. I candies.Phone JIM Mrs._Adr.Littleton. 427 N. or.a'1 I I I World Trade Organization Marl represented at Geneva tells of bribe.c .



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. Orlando To LoseArmy Tragic Oklahoma Sinks Odham Pins 'International Carpet Bagging'AUSTIN INDUSTRIAL

Bribe Offer Picks DelegatesRep. Tex. [UP] Henry Wallace charged last night ENGINE
before a University of Texas

Mart Hub !I Unheroically in PacificPEARL Alex Akerman Jr.. Orlando, audience that the Truman Doctrine Gregory-was "international Gymnasium

I To LegislatorContinued and Mrs. Sophia Hamner Davis carpet bagging based on a $400 million bribe." REPAIR SERVICE
Brooksville were elected to serve I ,
to retain for Orlando Its HARBOR [AP] The tragic battleship Okla- [ from Pate 1] as representatives on the Young The former Vice-President declared the doctrine might .'
Efforts shallow after the Japanese National Committeeby Quartermaster Marketing Center, homa, raised from a grave swered he said either Til give you Republican
which has procured fresh food for assault on Pearl Harbor, sank quietly in mid-Pacific yes- $200 or 111 get you $200.: I told t the Young Republican Federa- $12,360 in Cash Found never lead to peace" adding "the *. Continental Putt
I in Florida and Southern this and tion of Florida at a meeting here doctrine was born in fear.
Army camps terday, thwarting the mainland junkyard for which she him I would not consider ;
Georgia, were unavailing. Sen. bound. that I was still voting for the bill yesterday in the San Juan Hotel. On Pushcart PeddlerNEW Wallace, earlier said he ...as"afraid"
a Holland [D-Flal. reported yesterday was I walked they also were named delegatesto -LOR A1PIPE
"The next morning, as +
The venerable warship, symbolof C, the National Young Republican YORK [UP When hos- of a war between the .I .
from Washington. 'into the this same mem-
chamber
U. S. and Russia, PLYCO
not because
In a telegram to The Sunday I U. S. sorrow and pride, went others fell as they raced to battle'I ber approached me and said. Til Convention, together with Tom B. pital attendants started undressing either of those nations wants it. r& S ;
Federation
Winter Haven. OtiANpFF.as
Sentinel-Star, Holland said he down without a soul on board, stations. make it five and a case of Scotch Walker Wilbur Giacomo Longo 63, a push- but because of certain groups /
had been informed by Secretary of Proudly determined to raise and whisky if you'll just take a walk. chairman and* Mrs. Walker; s JMSMONf s.s tM a Cmi*C H.
540 miles northeast of here.A I Burgess, Orlando, Roman cart peddler found dazed and "whose fundamental idea is war
War Paterson that it would not fight her the Navy finally succeeded Some of the best members of the
week she had left in tow j Dennis, Fort Pierce Miss Jane beaten in a Brooklyn
ago : ,
be possible to continue Orlando as 18 months later. 1,House are going to do so' I told alley they
one of the field offices of the of the tugs Monarch and Hercules obsolete, still 1I I him again that I was going to Rudy St. Petersburg; E. K. Mc- discovered he was wearing; three
and
Army marketing system. and was due in San Francisco Bay Battered the I support the bill and would speak Ilrath Jacksonville. and Harry shirts and three pairs of pants.
+ reeking of violent death McAllister. W. H. K. Donaldson,
that In reply Memorial Day.
:
Holland explained Ion ,for it on the floor. Then I walked
In 1944. In the pockets of the third I
to a telephone conversation he had The hull was shipshape when was abandoned late 'off." James Pappas and R A Douglas, pair
with Paterson he received the following -I she left. Suddenly and inexplicably Eventually she was sold to the (House roll calls disclose that all of Miami. of pants they found $12,360 In :
letter from the secretary: I she began to list heavily Moore Drydock Co. Oakland, Cal.,I I nine members failed to answer the The convention will be held June cash. I NOW IN STOCK
., "As I promised in my letter of Friday. for $4. ,OOO. She had cost $75 :.bookie bill who were present immediately 6.8 In Milwaukee !
May IS. 19n. 1 have studied furtherthe Then, as If determined ton million to build and untold sums I. before and after the The 125 Young Republican Actress' Mother Dies I
circumstances surrounding to raise. the defeated attending the meeting were addressed -
fate ballot which saw measure -
ignominious
on
possible elimination of Orlando as the ape an heap-the Oklahoma The company had planned to I Ii by the 41-to-37 decision.] by C. C. Spades of St. HOLLYWOOD (API Aetress 0 1
one of the several field offices of scrap the tow lines and i start cutting her up in June''I Augustine, chairman of the Re- Jeannette MacDonald's mother SentofarxoC JtewAC
parted
the Army marketing system. head, said Daring Odham's speech on the publican State Executive Com-
toward the bottom of 1 Joseph Moore company Mrs. Anna MacDonald 70, died
"The reduction of civilian personnel plunged miles down. he had received word that nearly floor Wednesday, Rep. Morrowof mittee; C. II. McNulty' Mel yesterday of a heart ailment. *
In the high grades with the ocean-three I 500 Oklahomans including Gov. Palm Beach rose to suggest"if bourne, National Committeeman Burial will be in Philadelphia, I I 5 STAR QUALITY
. which the War Department Is Thus closed the colorful but Turner, planned a special visit to any' member has been offer- and Akerman. ; ..
' presently confronted is so severe unheroic career of a ship that I Oakland to pay final respects to ed money' or a bribe, it is his Spades welcomed the Young Re-
4 i as to compel austerity' In all never, in two wars succeeded in!, a gallant but unlucky ship I duty to expose the offerer on the publicans into the party McNulty ANGEBILT OIL FILTERS & ELEMENTS
operations."I fulfilling her Intended destiny. ; Instead the Oklahoma died at I floor of this House." renorted on the recent- Republican FLORAL SHOPPE
am therefore constrained to She never, in all her 31 years, had' a ea. Odham said yesterday "1 would National Committee meeting, and r
ANGCtlLT
MEZZANINE
Inform you. albeit with great regret fired a shot at an enemy. have disclosed the man's name on Akerman spoke of the opportunity HOTEL
that it will not be possibleto The 29000-ton ship was\ laid the floor, but I was cut off by offered young men and women in ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS CORSAGES
Germans To Vote !Special This Week:
continue Orlando as an officeof down\ in 1912 launched March 23 finagling." the GOP to "work for better Government -
parliamentary .** Potted Pansies ..... ._ 75c
the marketing system. 1914, and finally commissioned
He recalled that soon after Mor-
"Because of your genuine interest May 2, 1916. Today in French row made his statement Rep. The next meeting of the Federation Nettie L. Reynolds Phone. MM I for EVERY MAKE of on AlterS

in this matter. I am. believe The authoritative directory, Home of Madison moved that the will be held at Miami in No- for EVERY Car Truck and Tractor
me truly sorry that more favor- Jane's Fighting Ships listed her Zone Interest Low House resolve itself into a com- vember. INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU BUY(
able action cannot be taken. and her sister ship, the Nevada of ; I mittee of the whole and investi- Now hove the
I you can utmost
Holland said in conclusion that Bikini fame, as super-dread- BADEN-BADEN rAP German gate the charges. A point of order exceptions-the 'bad apple' ." I .
he regretted "a more favorable report engine protection that oil JUterfng *
naughts, first of the "everythingor
was raised and a vote on the bill Odham a gasoline distributor,
could not be obtained." nothing" theory of ship con- apathy toward politics but des- I, was taken without Odham regaining 'speaks with frankness most un- SOOT = CAS can five your car, truck or e r
struction, with tremendous armor, ;perate concern over lowered food *.. Yur
the floor. usual in politicians. tractor In the new AC 4I Star
ten 14-inch guns sixty 5-inchers. rations were reported throughoutthe Odham, serious beyond his years Gov. Caldwell. commented yes- + Ham TownAgtnt
TOOLSLathes Quality"Element you get virgin
I
and myriad smaller weapons. French cone last night on thee and a freshman member was grimly terday on the Odham statement
She was 583 feet long: 107 feet I determined to see the 'matter that the present House "is one of A HOMETOWN TRANSACTION! long-fibre cotton ram packed hyAC'I
\e of a parliamentary and constitutional -
11 inches wide and had places for
; through the best Houses in many years exclusive process;and acid-

Table Top Saws I more The than Oklahoma 1.300 fighting was anchoredat men. I German election editors in estimated three states.that "When I went home to Sanford ship"The on calibre the average of its member-Is'try Best Trailer Shop proof glass cloth protection t

after the first week of the against oil pollution.This quality .
tt" & Vi" Electric Drills Pearl Harbor when the Jap- ,only 60 per cent of the nearly 3 session, said Odham, "people at high. It there's an exception, It's Awnings Ready To Go STVlUY
assures better filtering-saves
anese planes struck Dec. 7. 1911. million elegible voters would go unfortunate.
Disston Hand Saws church (the First Baptist of
J to the polls today compared with my I Referring to the bill to curb 2225 w. Washington engine power and money.'
ft" to 1'1 S. A. E. Bolt Dies Pierced by five torpedoes,bot-the jl 87.5 per cent in the first local I Sanford] asked me about the '"bookie" communications. Caldwell Dial 6894

Portable Welding Sets Oklahoma and capsized herself was within on the 11 min-i elections last September. men in the Legislature. I said "I think the bill should I On Winter Garden Road * :WHIII :YOU: SII.THIS SIGH
tom M,I "I told them I found as good have been approved
Bit Braces utes. She went down so fast that Four political parties, ranging I
I Stanley people there as I did in my own -- ----
'her crew did not have time to from the Right-Wing Fro-
church I told them that some
Chain ,,
2-Ton Yale
Vz
man the guns. Catholic Christian Socialists to
of the finest men I ever had knownwere
Hoists I Many died in their bunks, and the Communists exhorted the in the present House of
. i Germans to demonstrate their Representatives
fitness for Democracy' by' voting -
: "If It's Hardware See Us First" I RADIO SERVICE but party' leaders: conceded that"I felt that now.way then and I feel'
way
Z '; interest at low ebb.
'' PARRISH r( HOME MOTOROLA AUTO was a "I feel that the experience I had
H. H.
i : Expert record chanter service work AH other occupation zones in with\ this member was definitely
I guaranteed Pickup and Deliver Germany already have held state an exception and not the rule.
: HARDWARE Economy Auto Supply Store elections, but the French have I I The reason I particularly welcome
I 220 S. Orange Ave. i ZU S. Grant Are. Phone C443 been content to pursue a more 'this investigation is so I may do
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Transport I Stale Rests In I Seek Bombshell Pilot


Mother Tells Landing Gear Negro in New
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Lake Rescue Makes Debut I Mob Lynch Trial Atlanta AttackATLANTA I Maps Polar Hop


WASHINGTON rAP] Army Air GREENVILLE. S. C. [AP The [UP] Police spread a : GRAND RAPIDS rAP Capt.
Of Own Son j"Farces said last night that a new State rested Its case yesterday dragnet last night for a "tall, very I William P. Odom, who establisheda
track-type landing gear for trans- .I who fled after attempting
young Negro" -
record when the
against 31 white men accused of he piloted Reynolds -
(Editor's note: A young housewife -port airplanes will permit the I'I to attack an attractivehousewife Bombshell around the world,
got the shock of her life yesterday landing of troops and equipment lynching Negro Willie Earle 24, three miles from \the disclosed yesterday he plans a new
into Riddle "almost anywhere the and Circuit Judge J. Robert Mar-
when she plunged on globe" fashionable Peachtree Creek sec- globe-circling night over the
: Lake to rescue a drowning boy without using a regular airfield. tin Jr., took under advisement de- tion where Mrs. Paul Refoule, 31, 'North and South Poles next win-
rod found he was her own son. I The gear-a belt-like endless fense motions for directed acquittal was brutally assaulted and stran-
Her story of the rescue follows.] ts. t I tread similar to a tractor and installed of 10 defendants. gled last Wednesday.The ter.He
Br MRS. JAMES PETERS r. on all three legs of a tricycle Martin said he would announcehis said he will fly alone in the
Y latest incident of violence
LAKEVTTJ.K, Ind. UP1 X .was rU I landing gear-is being fittedto decision tomorrow when he might have given police their sec-' Bombshell, a converted A-26 Army
trailer chatting the Army's C-82 Fairchild reconvenes Greenville County's, bomber or with a crew in a B29if
sitting In a neighbor's packet ond murder in three days except
with a friend when I heard a now widely used as a troop and Criminal Court. for the thinking of Mrs. Don I government authorities approve.
woman scream. I equipment transport transport. 1 j The<< State accused all 31 with Quisenberry With the n.29. he explained
I Jumped lip) and ran outdoors. An earlier experiment on a murder and with conspiracy to I,I he could fly up to 10,000 miles
her home to out to
Leaving go
I[ though maybe somebody had combat plane an. A-20 attack- murder in connection with the non.ttop from New York via
caught a big fish. bomber had been made but this I brutal lynching of Earle. I i i the mail box, the Negro leaped at I Fairbanks, Calcutta, New Zealand -
her and threw her to the ground
When I got outside, I saw it was is the first time the gear has .'I Twenty-six of the 31 defendants 'I in the thick shrubbery at the aide Hawaii and back to New
tlrs. Carl Fall who was screaming been fitted to a troop carrier. made statements to poliro of the house. But she kicked and )' York.
.- She said a child had fallen 1 The "Flying Runway" makes it authorities at the time of their I '
screamed and he fled before she I If the Bombshell was used, the
intO the lake. .i possible for a heavy plane to land arre'.'. implicating themselves was harmed I J' route would be altered to conform -
'I ran out on the pier and saw on soft dirt, mud or sand without and others in the erime. | to its maximum range of
muddy place In the water. It previous surfacing of an airstrip. The defense opposed introduc- Police used bloodhounds In an {' 5,400 miles, Odom added.
was shallow at the pier but The AAP said that by dropping' effort to track the Negro But ,
of these statements evi-
tion as
there was a dropoff into the airborne bulldozers by parachute, the dots were unable to pick up
dence, arguing they could be used i Fully half of all orange trees
water they tell me is li feet r i an experiment already tried, a only against the individuals mak- the assailant's scent. I In this country are in Florida.
deep. I I strip could be cleared and a land ing Authorities declined definitely to
:7 waded out and Just before I ing by the plane made without them link the Quisenberry attack with
dived under, I screamed at a + the Howell Mill garroting of the WHEN
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neighbor and told her to call ai I !I \ \ Reds Stressu. socially prominent wife of Frenchart -
doctor. Then I beard somebody the war. instructor Paul Refoule. How- : WILL/ YOU BE SUED?
say Jimmy.:: For the 54,000-pound C-82. ever, the similarity between the
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X: went in after him and pulled I I I I the gear reduces the pressure of : S. Drive OnCommunism two cases was obvious. See us forComprehensive
him out. and then I found out it'' ruins of an apartment house that collapsed In each leg from 60 to 20 poundsper I 'j !
APARTMENT HOUSE COLLAPSE KILLS Personal
war my four-year-old Jimmy. He I I Elko, Nev., killing three persons and injuring square inch. I Pot some farm commodities the ,
was unconscious and blue. I THREE: Rescue workers probe for victims in I I four.Ike's The gear' Is retractable like a calendar year is generally under Liability
thought sure be was dead.X I conventional wheeled gear. I MOSCOW rAP The Soviet stood to be the marketing year. I $10,000 for $10.00
: found a railroad tie on the For others, the marketing year
and radio have into
beach and I rolled him over it Son To Wed Colonel's/ Daughter Blind Men high press gear against what gone is viewed "begins" on a certain date. For $50,000 for $13.50
and pumped him very unscientlfcafly. Food Prices ; example July 1 is the beginning HM.oeo for *H. o.
here as a growing U. S. campaign
I tried to remember all the WASHINGTON [tAP Capt. was made last night by the girl's I against Communism. date for wheat late potatoes,
things Td heard about saving a John Sheldon Doud Eisenhower,1 parents. Col. and Mrs. Percy W. Get'Cornea I Ii Repeatedly, editorials and sweet potatoes and certain other I Hall Bros. Agency
worked
drowning person. I over and commodities.
Miss Thompson
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son of Gen. and Mrs. Dwight D. I broadcasts stress the Russian argument 112 N. Grant Tel. 5119
Jimmy about five minutes. I guess, I her parents have been in Austria, I,
but It seemed a lot longer. Eisenhower and Miss BarbaraJean where young Eisenhower also has Reported Down i Of Murderer Capitalist that systems the Communist can live side and by cosT LOWER "If Iff Tim.Bau.Wa Mon

-,.hm. Just as he began to Thompson will be married been stationed. ;, i side in one world. Loads s. FmaiwaIt"
Free for Asthma i iII
how Sims of life a carpenter June 10 at Fortress Monroe. Va. I Both Thompson and Eisenhower LTTTLE ROCK [AP Separate Premier Stalin voiced that view-
In little Announcement of the have been transferred to the Unit. WASHINGTON tAP] The
ran up and helped me. a engage- I grafts from the Cornea of a dead'point in his recent interview witn
while, Jimmy was all rifbt. ment and forthcoming marriage I ed States.Michigan's. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported -,J I murderer's eye were made yes- Republican leaders Harold E. Stas- Ia.tallm.nt Lean chok.you and auH.r tat*with for kraatn attacks, if af mttul Asthma alaaii.and

I'm grateful Jimmy is safe but last ,night retail food terday on the eyes ol two living sen and the press now is using it Dept. 4th Fier i I' difficult hacauM of tht .tru rm ashamed I let him get down a stick in the water and lost his Famed prices dropped 0.8 per cent between : blind men. I diligently i FIRST NATIONAL BANK ...th., a.n't fail I* Mid at .nca t* thFrontier .
thor near thewater.jJlmroy The patients were Michael F.I Asthma Camvany f.r a FMCC trial
} 15
balance. He he's going to midMarcland, April I .
says The Russian are sensitive to Umber r kral Xfepmlt Inwranca CarMratlca
says he was playing with Boucher 73, retired Hot Springs of the FRONTIER ASTHMA MCDICINC. a
, learn to swim this Summer so if Quads Now 17 while costs of other living essentials Ark., bricklayer, and Frank Mc- I President Truman's program of prtaaratian for temporary tymptamati
anything like this happens againhe I continued to advance. Cracken, 49, Fort Smith aid in the form of dollars for I relief ., IIar..II'..... .f Branchial. Asthma
ATTIC FANS can take care of himself. Now In preliminary estimates on retail piano tuner, who speculated Greece and Turkey. i Na matter where yau live ar whither you
30" 35" 4T 4e." Set for BirthdaysLANSING prices of goods .and services fully from adjoining Baptist Ark"j They appear also to be convinced 'tnt neI= tat have faith in any _dicln. under the tun,
that it's all over this seems like a .. .
bought by "moderate-income city .... will
Installed and financed I Hospital beds on the and .If far this free trial. It catyau
the United States is dangling
wonderful day. Mich. rAP Michi- families." the Bureau said over- I a.thine..Cauti.ai UM only at direc
their operations. Each had one MOVES
Shallow & Well eye I dollars before the Governments of MERCHANDISE
Deep
gan's four most famous blondes- all consumers' prices dropped ted. Address
It's my 30th birthday. which a transplant might help. France Italy and Iran, to mentiona
PUMPS I slightly after hitting a record high i I FRONTIER' ASTHMA CO,
the Morlok quadruplets-will cele- The murderer VoIIie Bill few April Average 42.016 .
212-A FRONTIER BLDO.at
SO and 42 Gal. Tanks Polio Csae Reported brate their 17th birthday tomor in' The March.decline in retail food prices I Bates 20, Mena, Ark., had I ] NIAGARA ST, BUFFALO t, N. V.
willed both his to someone I --
eyes
Installed and I'maneedWilson TAMPA Municipal i Clark Heads for U. S.
rAP Tampa more than offset advances in costs who "needed them badly."
Hospital reported yesterday row.Edna, Sarah. Wilma and Helen of other living essentials which Olsen G. Fairchild LeRoy Hoe.aunt. .
However surgeons discovered his .
To Run Sixth Milton BrRylandsyCax. Frank
Leonard the illness of a 12-year-old Tam. tun-loving but poised young ladies averaged less than 0.5 per cent. left eye was burned and rendered Army rM Gardner, H. .
pa girl had been diagnosed as infantile now. will mark the occasion with a The decrease brought the con- useless for transplant when he PARIS [API Gen. Mark W. I Ij
Hardware paralysis. First polio case in I, quiet family dinner at home. sumer's price index from the mid- was electrocuted at Tucker Prison Clark:, former commander of U. S.
42 W. Central Pfi. 1-2117 five months, second this year for I At 17 the girls are showing March high of 156.3 to an esti- Farm 'for the June 22 robbery- occupation forces in Austria and
le Our daiiified! Adi Hillsborough County which had a'' strong signs of individuality muchto mated 156 in midApril.The murder of Thomas Lee Dugan,.22, wartime commander of the U. S. j
record 58 cases last year. I the relief of teachers and index had remained I Mena taxicab driver. Fifth Army, left Cherbourg, yes- FAII\CfIILD!
friends who found it impossible to terday aboard the trans-Atlantic _
153 from mid-De- I _
tell them apart when they dressed slightly over More than one-third of the liner America to assume his new 1. 7zMd Irnnc
mid. but
cember to February.
BE SURE TO alike in their grade school days. United States crop of Rome Beau- duties as commander of the Sixth
"BUTANE"GAS : .r / INVESTIGATEThe I All are majoring In commercial rose sharply in :March.: ty apples is grown in Northeast Army, with headquarters at the I jfrnvAJwo* The Bureau estimates retail orchards. Presidio, San Francisco.
subjects at Lansing Eastern
& in about 19 -
APPLIANCES prices mid-April were
High. where they sopho
,. \ RevolutionaryConcrete are per cent higher than in the same I
Available For I : mores. month last year and more than 58
Block The quads used to make public per cent above the August 1939
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY \. With the appearances to sing and dance, level.
but their parents fearing exploitation Price declines for dairy prod-
ORLANDOBUTANE ROUNDED CORNERJust and following a policyof ucts, down 4.6 per cent, and meats, 1r
GASSERVICE the Thing' keeping the girls out of the down 2:4: were mainly responsiblefor
For ,That New Home limelight no longer encourage the drop in average food '
Holloway Concrete Products this. prices 15. in the month ending April You are entitled to enjoy

lacerperated Plant Located Two Blocks South Women's voices are somewhat
2-1733 of Underpass oa Orlando Ave. harder to understand the Increases were noted In prices
1932 W. Robinson Ph. WINTER PARK PHONB 833 R over
I telephone than men's. for fresh fruits and vegetables
r fats. oils cereal and bakery

products.The BIG-CAR QUALITY

Bureau estimated that family -
food bills were 32.7 per cent
higher in April of this year thanin
r-\\ the same month of 1946. Only Chevrolet gives you tile Big-Car beauty end
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FDR Jr. on Vet HousingBATON r

'i/iM .,OUtl ROUGE rAP Chmn.

t0 "\ \\\\ American Richard C.Legion's Cadwallader National of Vet-the and only Chevrolet offers it oJ s

t\\U\\ erans Housing Committee charged
(t I I yesterday that Franklin D. Roose-
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\\ velt Jr., national housing chair- i if

j\c\S\\\\ ___' man Committee of the is American"playing Veterans politics .." f r

,#_ ,ffikY1w a t a with veterans' housing as the red'

___ herring."
Cadwallader. also a Legion vice-
commander made the statement \
here after Roosevelt said in Wash-
-- ington that Legion opposition to jJ 1
the Taft-Ellender-Wagner long-
t Only Chevrolet gives the Big-Car performance
range housing bill as a ross betrayal f you
of the millions of homeless r and dependability/ / a Valve-in-Head Thrift- '
t veterans" and a "surrender by the
r Legion hierarchy to the vested q l Master Engine together with such remarkably j
w r I hn b, housing interests." : "' low cost of upkeep! .

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i. .4 Low In cut Dubose Academy Group t

Gives Recital
: Easily, quickly crated ProgramA
;rN music and speech recital first

.. t Attractive dfshict *Its t9Muancs of the Hamden DuBose Academy
1 z commencement: programs,was pre-
t 1 4 N. dEtaloreriR-sta e Metlree sented last night at a meetingof
the school's Phflophronean Lit-
\ 4 Trtu standard wlrtnfc rku*+tfIL erary Society in Zellwood.
J fixtures finishing' Readings were given by Lora
/ I !.. Jean Holton Joan Book. Virginia
M /1: Easily furnished Ramey and Royanne Kirk.
Heard in piano recitals were Of all carsonly new 1947 Chevrolet gives you --
Florence Matthews Esther Hall
Sharon Billings. Clare Gartrell. BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COST
L. Here's good new for these who hare horse; consisting of ahmiinmu frame Susan Davis. Sam Dunbar, Marilyn I

a housing problem! The EYIXWZAS Coray. Evelyn Myers and Miss with all that this
complete with iaterior partitions,roof Holton. means in Only Chevrolet gives you the combined Big-Car

> 1umi1aMa Prefabricated Homeand sidewall! corer sheets and exte comfort and safety of the Knee-Action Ride and

.: a lew-cost. atftzadrfcljMtjled, enerior flashing) and trim, costs only Britain was producing less than extra_ motoring satisfaction.I POsitn.-Action Hydraulic Brakes together with

or two-bcdrvna hwu*; fr tvripg lifeS899.7, F.O.B.. RrmiagLcm Ak. one-third of the. food she con-
;
low costs!
sumed in 1939.CYPRESS. such extremely operating
time, afl-ahnnbnsBi construction, and Standard interior feAhf md ixtufes

. simplicity;; ease and speed of ereeto suit the buyer's oim taste any ,

t lion is avaOaUe ,..... Fresh; distincneeds can be iustafied fax the eea' en- TANKS

.t. tive looking; ;; tiafc beaatifaDy pro 1'tiGw TOmnrK: The cojapkted bone;

: boned wttag in no .way resembles a ready for oecnpaocy, costs only and TOWERSAll NEW 1947CHEVROLET

b bctarj'.baik' h uae. Graceful in itsXIipe $2500 to 300fc, Th Evuwiui AH- See us today. Place and keep your order with us for a new
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adaptable
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Enjoy motoring satisfaction to which
( eiIcz -theafl-almniausndome for use u an o5cc.l.um. or industrial

;r;: k OM that rwa-Tl be proud to own. utility banding_in& for may ether you are entitled .. BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COST "
The ifl JIMIJIIBIII Mme
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Lack of Funds Postpones' -


Marketing Pact Realtors Schedule 1 I Melon Festival Stetson Law





Program for Coeducation Parleys Slated Meet at Leesburg Events PlannedSpecial i College Location Sets ShiftS



[Sperm! to The Sunday Sentinel-Storl] [Specie? to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] ( to The 5,mrie\ cp-: .'f) Vrl:

................. ......_._......__.._....._. LAKELAND citrus Industry LEESBURG-Realtors of District Two which includes LEESBURG Tentative pro- DELAND Stetson University
meetings will be held May 27 and I boards of Daytona Beach Ocala, DeLand, Orlando Lake gram for the Florida Watermelon College of Law will leave its time-

Control Board j: 500.000-ACRE AREA EYED : 28 to nominate members and alter- County, Brevard County, New Smyrna, Sanford, and Win- Festival here June 18 calls for a honored but over-crowded: halls

'' trol nates committees to serve for handling a year the on grade con- ter Park, will meet at the recreation. center here Thurs- day-long program of varied events. I next Quarters.month for more spacious

and size regulatory for 9''day.' I The festival is scheduled to !
I Water Control Plan program I Topics of Interest to realtors Pres. W.S.Allen has announe-
Huge Florida citrus fruit under provisions open at 10 anu with a parade. ed that, with the
I beginning
ActionTALLAHASSEE will be discussed by well-known
Delays of the Federal marketing
EvansHonored down Main St. to the Venetian the
i Summer
session. June 9, the
agreement and order Millard F. realtors of the State. On the uro-
l Gardens where there will be College: of Law will
the
gram arranged by I a : occupy
I For Okeechobee Region Miller acting for Secretary of Ag- former
tAPJ The riculture Clinton P. Anderson an- S. H. Bowman of I I band! concert swimming contest DeLand Recreation Bldg. at the

Board of Control yesterday agreedto nounced hereesterday.. Clermont are: I tennis tournament shuffleboard Naval Air Station.
By Citrus MenBy Karl Lehmann. This is one of three buildings
further action on U.S. watermelon eating contest and
postpone \ Studied by Engineers Orange grapefruit and tangerine secretary of the I now owned by the University at
t watermelon judging at 11:15 a.rruBathing
establishment of coeducation at growers will meet May Lake County what is now the DeLand Munici-
the Florida State University and WEST PALM BEACH [AP] A program to utilize overa I 28 In the State's seven districts JACK GURNETTOur Chamber of Com-I beauty review is set for I pal Airport, the others being the
11.30: at the Venetian Gardens
half-million acres of mucklands for farming south and to nominate at least 32 growers merce H. C. administration building
of Florida until final : and the
University from which Anderson will ( Own Staff Correspondent] i followed at noon by a barbecue
Okeechobee through water control was under Brown. Clermont; I WAVES barracks. Plans for use
Lake
of approprIa- east of and
disposal watermelon cutting at Rogers
legislative appoint the eight members and LAKE ALFRED Climaxing 40 president of the, :of the latter two buildings have not
tions measures. study here yesterday by Federal engineers.The eight alternates of the Growers years with the same organization. Lake County Park.A. I been announced. In addition to

Board members Sald'they were Federal plan, still in tentative form, provides for Administrative Committee. covering production of both rubber Board: Al Werly\ pioneer contest In which :'owning these three buildings the

not "presently advised as to where pumping water In either direction Citrus shippers will meet In the and citrus fruits a job which State president: the oldest resident of Lake and University leases the former Bachelor -
we will stand financially when the and for dikts around the best Florida Citrus Commission assem- has taken him half-way around Merle Heas- Sumter Counties will participatewill Officers Quarters One and

Legislature adjourns. We cannot farming lands skirting the lake Cattle Show bly room in Lakeland. May 27. to the world John H.Evans. 72.vice- ley of Orlando.Heasley begin at 2 p.m. Sanford i Two as men's dormitories.
assume a responsibility without make at least 24 nominations for president In charge of groves and state treasurer; plays Lresburg in a baseball Dean L. A. Haslup of the college -
means of discharging" region. The area being consideredcovers the Shippers Advisory Committee production for the Floridagold Stephen F. McCready Ocala. past I game at 3. and at 3:30 an air of Law said the College which

Coeducation became officialat about 500,000 acres. composed of eight members and Citrus Corp.. yesterday was guest State president: Loren Ward sec- show will be given in the Venetian reopened last September with an

Florida -$tate' University Outline of the plan is scheduled eight alternates. of honor at offices a reception at thecompany's retary of the Orlando board; JackL. Gardens ;yacht basin. I enrollment equal to its previous

formerly Florida State Collegefor to be presented to the Dates Fixed Because of an amendment madeto As a personal tribute her.e. from the I Robinson. Daytona Beach past I Canoe tilting motor boat rac- top record would remain open this
and the Universityof the marketing agreement last State president; Violet Dunham Summer on unanimous request of
Women- In management of the firm which he i ing and water skiing will be featured -I
Florida Thursday when Go\ Army chief of engineers Summer any member who has has served for four decades. Evans I executive State secretary; O. P. In a water carnival at 4. At the students and that the prospect
Caldwell kilned the measure authorizing Washington not later than Dee. (Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] served as long as three consecutive considered one of the best-versed Swope. Orlando chairman Florida I 5:30: p.m. there will be a band I was for a Summer enrollment of

admission of both OCALA-Directors of the South terms on either committee will citrus production men in the State Real Estate Commission. I concert at the Venetian Gardens from 90 to 100.

sexes to both institutions. 1.Col.. Willis E. Teale. district eastern Fat Stock Show and Sale. I not be eligible for reappointment received a beautiful complete silver Board presidents of the dis- and at 7 a local amateur talent All will four schools of the Univer-

However the bID carried with It engineer from Jacksonville, out- Inc., at a luncheon meeting yes- this year. Members begin their tea service suitably engraved. I trict who will report IncludeLanslnl' radio show and dedication of the sity full operate this Summer witha
schedule of
for terms Aug. 1 to serve for a year new radio station will be held at courses. Dates
representative I
Board of lined the Gleason. Brevard
no appropriation. and program terday' fixed March 2-5 Inclusiveas Presentation of firm's gift County for the
I leaders yesterday. or until their successors are nam- the Atwood T I the baseball park. College of Law will be
fulljscale agriculture
members indicated ; arle. Daytona
Control I dates for the eighth annual fat was made by Malcolm C. j The beauty contest will June 9-Aug. 15, for the College
coeducation, will carry withmtt The tentative plan Teale explained ed.Grower Beach; John Holder DeLand; I beginat of
calls for farmers in the 1 stock event here next year. nomination meetingswill vice-president in charge peten'l Brown. Lake County; Hannah the baseball park at 8 p.m. At Liberal Arts School of Music
some eXPense. 1
be held 28 of the processlncdivision., and School of Business. June 16-
May seven
9
there will be fireworks and at
of
to share large part Bonnet. New
i "No provision from a budget region a also Smyrna Beach; .
Members of the board approved for Aug. 22.Lady
many years.
districts as follows: 9:30 be coronation
: a dance at the
standpoint has been made by the the expense. He estimated it would T a I mad ce Campbell. Ocala:
Legislature to implement coeducation cost from $2 to $4 per acre for the dates of October 22- Tampa. County Agent's Office. Evans who resides here came James J. Hackett. Orlando; E. I recreation center.Florida .
either from an operationsor about 25 years to change the land 24 inclusive for the ninth an- 705 Madison St.. beginning at 2 to Florida in 1922 to acquire and F. Lane Sanford; D. A. Woodward Shriners Expected
building requirements standpoint which Is now unstable-Into nual fat hog show this year. p.m. for District One which consists establish grove properties for the Winter Park. I MIAMI BEACH AP] Nearly
." the board said. rich farmland. j This established I of Hillsborough. Pinellas and firm which up to that time had j Regains 11.000 delegates to the Ladies Oriental -
event was as 1
Board members took no action Areas of the richest ]land would Manatee Counties. been known as the Mexican Crude i The meeting will open at noon Shrine of North America
towards bringing to a close activi- be surrounded by levees and rim I a statewide event for junior exhibitors I Tavares. County Agent's office. Rubber Co., with a huge guayule I with a luncheon. Norman G. I Prestige in Autos were expected to arrive here Sun
ties of the Tallahassee branch of I canals while additional canals j last ;year.A !I Court House at 2 pjn. for District rubber hacienda or plantation and I Hamilton Daytona Beach district I day for the organization's 33d an-

the University of Florida which would be built In the Interior. I I committee to prepare a prem- |Two, which consists of Citrus factories In Mexico and big plant- vice-president will preside. F. H. JACKSONVILLE [APJ Floridais nual Grand Council session from

was set up here to relieve crowded Pumping stations would be set up I ium list for the hog ,show is com- li I Sumter Lake Hernando and Pasco ings 18 miles from Kuala Lumpur McGill of Leesburg is chairmanof : war rapidly automotive re-establishing prestige the its State pre- May 20-23.

conditions at the Gainesville insti- to take water into or out of the :posed of Carl G. Rose. B. B. Beck. I Counties. In the Federated Malay States.It the committee on arrangements. Chamber of Commerce emphasized -
tution. Male students who ordi- II area or to Lake Okeechobee at the Dwight Phillips Carl Hendricks I Weirsdale High School Auditorium had been determined by the i yesterday.
narily would have attended the north and west ends. I and David Baillie Jr. at 2 p.m.. for District firm that the production of citrus I On the drawing boards of the '
DeLand Finishes
Three which consists of Alachua. Boy SPECIALA
There immediate explanation and the growing of rubber
main university are quartered at a was no en- State Road Department. Draughtsmen -
deactivated Army air field In Slot Machine Bill I for the later dates for the I Putnam St. Johns Marion, Levy compassed some of the same gen- Second in Spelling Bee are reconstructing 48.216
Tallahassee and taking courses' I fat stock show. This event has always Seminole Duval. Nassau, Baker. eral and basic problems. Desiring I miles of highways that will cost SAND AND MUCK !
at FSU. I been held In February In :Union Bradford Columbia. Clay to Invest its money closer to home MIAMI [AP Tyra Sweeney. 15. appraximately $100 million, the
The University of Florida TBUP Opposition Growing : the past.Citrus. Gilchrist. Dixie. Lafayette. Suwan- and away from revolutionary and La Belle eighth grade student from research and Industrial divisionof TIRESFor .:
I nee. Hamilton. Maidson Taylor. war-like areas, and believing La Belle last night won, the
sev-
the chamber
and FSU all are In operation now TAMPA AP City and county reported In its Spray Machines Supply Tracks, :
and the board gave no indicationas officials here continued Jefferson. Bay; Washington Florida would be a good spot enth annual State spelling bee and weekly business review. AO types of Grove Tracks Trailer :
to when the set-up might be yesterdayto I ShipmentsAt Holmes Walton Gadsden Liberty Evans who had been a home office an all-expense trip tit Washington "In numbers of motor vehiclesof and Fertilizer
pile opposition against the Distributors etc.
altered. up Leon. Wakulla. Franklin. Gulf man for many years was sent to to compete In the nation spell- all types. Florida registrationshad 't
proposed bill to legalize slot ma- 1 1,069,462 Boxes Calhoun. Okaloosa Jackson. San- Florida. Soon groves were startedor down. increased In 1946 to 680.394. a Ask for free trial deraonstrattoa for :
"The whole budget situation chines In Florida offered In the ta Rosa Flagler and Escambia acquired In Polk County and Second place went to Curry gain of 84 per cent since 1935. National 2 weeks at absolutely no obligation ..
Is In a state of flux and we don'twant State Legislature. ,I WINTER HAVEN tAPJ Thisweek's Counties and County Commission- Brevard County. Lindsey. 12, of DeLand who fell gain was 27 per cent. to yon. +
to get Into It at this time." Mayor Curtis L. Hlxon of Tam- citrus shipments as reported ers' Districts Numbers 1. 2. and 3 Under his direction the on the word "mediocre.
prop-
commented Board Chmn. J. pa said he would ask Hillsbor- by the State Citrus Inspection A of I WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION
Volusia. erties were expanded and developed -
Thomas Gurney of Orlando. I ough County's delegation in the Bureau totaled $1,069,462 boxes IF VITAMINSDON'T OR NO PAY
to the where
State Legislature to the against 1.113,407 boxes last week. Orlando. County Agent's Office point they and found the staff gathered.
meet- opose
Next Board of Control occupy pre-eminent positions in BUCK YOU UP Thousands of Brand New
Ing was set tentatively for June measure. Sheriff Hugh L. Cul- I This week's shipments were 291.- Court House at 2 p.m., for I the State's production picture. Commenting on the changes in Tires in Oar Warehouse y
20 at Orlando. I breath who returned yesterdayfrom 201 boxes of grapefruit and 778.- District Four which consists of the production of citrus fruits in try NUXATED IRON _

While taking no action on major: a three day visit to the State 261 of oranges. Last week's were Orange and Osceola Counties. That the reception given the last quarter-century Evans Wh jour ioetot tint KM ndMiM iof aMB DU DA
aspects: of coeducation the board Capital, said he had expressed op- i 349.835 boxes of grapefruit 768- Evans to him was a surprisewas said. "Its only a matter of"pro- t l lp r .. h.trto.'uMh r dMM.. -
tnNVXATED
Vero Beach. County Agent's Of- flttmlni doa t foal io eo
reported after a lengthy closed position to the measure to Hillsborough.s 566 of oranges and six of tangerInes evident from the mannerIn ducing the best possible fruit at vls* If IRON to tel twlld won tub ni TIRE SALES
fice. Court House at 2 pm.. for which it He 'the I blot In rear blood.Tot full 14 Mood '
was arranged lowest NL3m.
consistent
legislators but that cost with
session it had approved a new seal District Five which consists of tI...t.r... tort wontefuL Id.te : OVIEDO .
for FSU and had given the in they had not committed them- Season's totals were 8.274.299 was called to the canning division I I quality-and then marketing it in OlOX Ubtau for ,U1M .whll. (}t,. lb.ni rail W P. 128-M. Oviedo 2151lFONTi1
Brevard. Indian River St. Lucie I db BU4 w eM 11IM&
UL Bat a*talr H <
boxes of grapefruit, 25,817,837 of offices pretext, I I the most i
stitution' president. Dr. Doak 8. selves to him on the bill. Veteran : on some advantageous manner. I
Martin. Palm Beach. Broward and
police authorities Friday deploredthe oranges and 2,457608 of tanger-
Campbell authority to purchasenew
Dade Counties and County Commissioners' -
stationery change signs on possible return of the ma- ines for a grand total of 36549.
Districts Numbers 4
and discuss with next chines. 744 boxes.Contest.
l the campus and 5 of Volusia County.
... month's graduating class the' :
of altered diplomas.The I Winners NamedGAINESVIlLE Sebring. County Commissioners'Room J J.A
question Farm Market Has Court House at 2 p.m. for
seal carrier of the
new [API Elliott District Six. which consists of (
circular Inscription Florida State
Alan Wes-
former Successful Season Shienfeld. Hollywood Sarasota. Hardee Highlands,
University in place of the
tin Miami Beach and Leon Mc- Okeechobee. Glades.DeSota. Charlotte I
Florida State College for: Women (Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Kim. Gainesville were named winners Lee. Hendry Collier and
and eliminates the institution's old GROVELAND r o v eland In the University' of Florida Monroe Counties.

motto Femlna Perfecta which Farmers' Market which was financed Board of Control Declamation and Winter Haven Court Room City
means The Perfect Woman.Dr. and built by the farmers Oratory contests held here Friday -
at for
Hall 2 pm.. District Seven -
Campbell Bald other changes themselves has had a successfulfirst night Other awards included which consists of Polk County. fine car made finer
would be made gradually and
season A. A. Kurfiss presi- Lehn and Fink Medal In Phar- Shipper will meet in two groups
campus committees would be appointed dent of the market said. macy to Florida May Carlson
here May 27 At 2 pjn. repre-
to decide on matters suchas The market Is now open for six Winter Park. sentatives of co-operative market- I Y'
new design for the institu-
a days a week. It has handled cucumbers ing organizations will convene to
tion's main gate. which at present
peppers squash, beans nominate at least nine persons. In-
MOVING ?
is spanned by an iron archway
and tomatoes this Spring. cu-
dependent handlers will meet at I ,
''
bearing the school's old name. .
cumbers brought from $5.50 to Fireproof storage
2:30 pm, to nominate at least 15 .
Movers of fine furniture
$14.95; peppers, $9 to $16; squash, persons. Each co-operative and
There are only about 30 stars
$2.75 to $3.50. ORLANDOTRANSFER
independent handler is entitledto
within hundred trillion miles of
a Melons for trucks will be hand- ,
& STORAGE CO. one vote weighted by the volume t
us. led by the market within the next TEL. tilt I of fruit shipped during the
week two.
or current fiscal year.

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,. 1I1IIZ11 and more economically by growing a few rJMAMEN: CoZneti.1

ORLANDO FLORIDA_ rows of vegetables. Almost everything Another Reader Joins AppealFor

Published -T MT.: N.w Ywr Day. fourth of July, tabor: i in Florida with little work and at-
and Chrtitmai br Sentlnel-SUr Co. grows
Day(OrlAndo, Thanuctvt Dallr; NTwfp.pera.,* Day Inc.] a t 838 South Oran(. Av... tention. Gardening is just as healthfulas 1 By JOHN BRANSCOMB I Orlando Parking MetersEditor.

En = ?tMeoBd-cIaii** icatttr at the Pott Office at A mule wandered away from his mailer's barn Sam Foss and I sat In the Amen Corner J

Oria do. Ylorida. under the Act of March 3d. 1878. golf. _ and for some time the man sought the straying watching the race of men go by and I asked him. \ } The Sunday Sentinel-Star:

TELEPHONE-AB DeJ'artm.nta CUrl beast until at last he found It. When questioned "Sam what' do you mean by living In a house .. I don't believe in airing per- /":

SnbsCTiptlon Prie Sunday Only $3 JO Per Yr. THE MERRY-GO-ROUND as to how he found the animal he replied. "I looked by the side of the road and being a friend of sonal opinions but this parking /:.,)..-;

AHBUSIH Puiusmt H.MIT BAICII.EMTMUI DiMCm everywhere and couldn't find that mule but then man?" meter controversy is a little more I:
MMTIN
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,Gt MIL MAca T. UWMNCI. A.,. OIL. I sat down and reflected on where I would go if I And Sam explained that he had spent so much : than I can stomach. When we ..

,&iou W' .CAWT.O-... $us. MIL* *OUIIT F. WAITW. CLAss MIL Josephus Daniels Salute I were a mule. and I went there, and 10. I found time traveling the road that he had learned the allow a handful of shortsighted
.ITT. people to have any influence on
under the
Sic. TIUI. my mule. art of transferring his heart skin of the
huts AMIUIIM. MANA IN' I*. Notiur COMOMKI. this
the majority in a city size
H lou HA-ITON. Cm. Mil. R. T. M.UJ.. Trw. Surr.Jj. By DREW rEARSON It', mighty helpful to living If you can learn other fellow and from that experience he had re-j f' there must be something radically

; W, Lumen, CITY elL MIL Ciurtn MIKIH. 'Its, Surr WASHINGTON-When the last surviving member the art of putting yourself in the other fellow's solved to build his house where it would be access-I wrong with our mental process. ,

of the Woodrow Wilson Cabinet achievesthe place Try looking at life through his eyes and ible to "the men who are good the men who are AU we have to do is drive downtown ,, / '/

"h.AAoctatecS- Member of ThDVW Pre.. Asioctated. sa exc1usteiittied PT.IS 1)1- lusty age of 85. and when on that birthdayhe see how it feels to wear his shoes and bear his bad. as good and as bad as I." j and try and find a place to / H ')

to the 11M for re-publ1c.UOD of 1U load. and face up to the problems that are his. There are some folk so far out In front and so'We park in order to see the situation .
dilpatchee acered1ted to 1& or Dot still writes a dally editorial and keeps his sense high above the ordinary garden variety of us that I[ at a glance. Unless we go to the
oth.J aecrdlted In this paper and often are critical of folk without knowing
too the local uewg published herein. e of humor and his same sane philosophy on life. they do not need any attention from the rest of poles and vote these meters in we
a Humane I have
all of the facts in the case facts which would Society. no way
An. rl,ht for re-publication of special us at all. But the caravan that moves endlessly I] are sunk for another 10 years.
to his
and when he is just aa great an Inspiration
dupatches herein are also reserved. entirely change the picture: If we dared to InvestIgate. along life's highway is filled with folk with heavy I The money collected could be of knowing who. this civic minded

PAGE MAY 18. 1947r' neighbors and to his family and the nation as them. burdens and troubled hearts. trying to carrybravely spent in purchasing a public person is, but I wish there were

Josephus Daniels-then that's news. I heard about a farmer that killed his dog parking lot for these nickle more like him.

; TODAY'S THOUGHTS And It's more Important news than anythingI because he had been missing eggs in the hen If we on.will pause and practice the art of getting I For nursers heaven's who are sake too let's cheap put to pay.Or- Now that I am no longer president

: '. Then shall the dust return to the earth u It could dig out of a Cabinet.meeting"or salvage. house, and he saw the dog coming out of the hen into their shoes and walking with them we will : j lando In the metropolitan class. of the Society, I can say that

1 ., from the oacicaoor 01 a congressional yard. He later discovered that the .faithful dog find out that criticisms and condemnations: will c.E. c. the affairs of the Orlando Humane
Jwil: and the spirit shall return unto God who gave- S53 committee room. was trying to catch: the mink that was the real fade and we will feel like saying "Brother Man." Society were never In better

flt;;-Eccleslastes 12:7. So today-on his 85th birthdayrm thief. An unknown poet has expressed It: II ]Winter Parker Insists hands than at the time.

: going to write about Some times my mind gets to wandering! Now, Pray don't find fault with the man who limps j'It's Parent Delinquency The president Mr.preset Stan Com-
don't say it. I know that it wanders off completely
Daniels. Or stumbles along the road.
fiEf:There is death I The stars go down Josephus
no Editor The Sunday Sentinel-Star: stock and efficient co-worker
at times and forgets to come back. and that'swhy h
the shoes he '
I like Josephus Unless have worn wears
One reason
you
To rise some fairer shore.-J. L. McCreery.fi | the
upon J Over the radio through Mrs. Comstock
taking
are -
Daniels is because, though he's often 1 am not all there. There's a fictitious Or struggled beneath his load. and by word of mouth personal

held high posItion. has "walked story that made the rounds a long time ago about There may be tacks in the shoes that hurt, <' i people press the country over are dIscussing charge of every reportedcase

Navy Week with kings" been flattered by a preacher who passed a shop that had a sign Though hidden away from view, child delinquency, so o animal cruelty in Orlando

/TtHE NAVY WANTS a million men in the Admirals. been taken up on the _ _ Or the burdens he bears placed on your back called. i and vicinity. They report splendid -

1 Naval Reserve by July 1. mountain. he's never lost the ,n "1 Might cause you to stumble too. It seems to me that parent de- ( co-operation from the city.
J
In Orlando, it hopes to get 900 men to common touch. He has remained % BRAIN It't', ,", Periodically I slip into the sanctuary of the linquency is the real problem. In !, 1 I my belief that i the city
far the majority of families the
same' church Saturday night and sit in the where
serve as personnel among 10,000of the Just the on pew children's ideals practices and desires would provide a lot upon whichto
Ills story is a story which ii an old blind lady usually sits. Then I move over build the
shelter Society
7th District who would be affiliated with are duplicates of those of a
only in \. to the where man sits whose wife died
could happen place a
perhaps their parents. Parents who teach could provide the balance of the
10 surface divisions two air divisions in Ii
bppeF
Ills father died when u : recently.
America.
I visible example '
their children by
funds. The Humane is
Florida one sub division, 18 electroniccompanies Josephus was two years old. and .::1' And from place to place I move. looking up I to disregard law. Ignore marriage'vows growing rapidly and invites Society all

and 100 electronic platoons. his mother opened a millinery at the pulpit from the pews where people sit who j I to drink curse: gamble. interested people to join. The

S3'All former military personnel are eligi- Daniels store to support her three sons. S t. '::' have lost their property whose hearts are thrill hunt in disreputable social meetings are held in San Juan

1* and civilians between 17 and 18 1-2 From this Josephus :Daniels rose to become Q.k. .. r u'p NEL/6R. burdened, for whom the light has gone out. | hot-spots desecrate the Lord's'' Hotel on the first Tuesday of each

yfers and 30 and 40 Secretary of the Navy in the World War I Cabinet guLw, IT 77E way' I try to imagine myself in their places and then Day I Sunday] and are entertain- month at 7:30: pjn. )

:The Naval Reserve years. offers Summer and to hold that post longer than any other man \: :) 7 ? y jY' ;ij. '/I'onderI'hat the preacher will have to say the next :, ment ducing crazy the "problem are undoubtedly children.: pro-I|i J. C..HOWE

morning. It sort of tempers my sermons and :,
cfUises with recreation good health. In, history. All parents, in my opinion. ,
pay, I
enables be Song Suggested To
and
me to more patient kind and [ be made to
should by law. pay
includ- i
Si Some of Orlando's naval heroes, The years between had not been easy. Later _ _ _ _ thoughtful. and to try to break the bread of life I I for 'every delinquent act of thei (Advertise Citrus
ig Capt. Maxwell Wells, Judge Victor so as to adapt it to the needs of the folk who will children until they reach ,
postmistress in Wilson. 1 ;Editor, The Sunday Sentinel-Star:
Htttchins and Comdr. Robert J. Pleus are his mother was appointed be looking to the sacred desk to hear the words !! old.
workin up years I IPblIc j Since days of ditties are in
and Josephus and his brothers to in the window that read. "Brains repaired. vogue
N. C. put
the committee to celebrate words spoken in the name of Him who looked i I schools social service I
s&ving land
on the housewife and other
the post office. His Job was to light the fires. He left his there and then went to conference. ':
otherwise
Week with enlistments in on the people with compassion." [I juvenile courts and .radio j listeners hear flattering accounts -
Navy as many clean out the building and later to distribute mail. A couple of months later he went back to check '1 criticizing the child i
I You have heard of the man who complained because punishing or 1 of certain products recited
tSitreserve as the quota prescribes. It is Finally he? got permission to set up a little news- Ion his brains and the manager asked "'Wh er e he didn't have enough to buy i will not cure the evil; they will ,or sung-and in styles ranging

patriotic' practical cause. stand in one corner of the postofflce lobby. and at have you been so long that you didn't come back money any not even reduce it. ,from hill-billy to why not
shoes and then he saw a man who didn't have any opera-
editor of the Wilson. for brains?" As long men and women continue .
the age of 18 branched out as your I as sing a song of Florida fruit over
feet and his complaining words passed from his )
:5* Money for Peace N. C. Advance. From then until this day. Josephus "Well." he said "they made me a presiding i to disregard the sacredness the air? And in addition send
Daniels has been. first and last. a newspaperman. elder and I haven't needed my brains lately." lips.'There's I of marriage and the home as the circulars to those northern market -
Tj! WE WERE to take a narrow view this something In all of us that yearns place to build character It seems
This was one of the taunts hurled at him when Be that as Itmay, I sometimes go off on men- for which buying .my have
most if not
for understanding and fellowship. We want inevitable to me that
1
> -would: be a splendid opportunity forApjeticans of the Navy. Daniels had riled curtailed unfortunate -
he Secretary tal
was excursions and to how Icu a
try Imagine It would to be a part of the group, to feel that somebody all of the real problems in our of
to gripe over our tremendous the Admirals by proposing revolutionary reforms.He feel unripe
to be
somebody else. cares, to be able to share in the affairs of life to country will continue t grow in fruit. We suggest a circular with
expenditures in Europe and Asia for arms banned wine and liquor from the That's version of the Golden volume and magnitude.
had a Rule. you know discuss matters with folks even if It "aln'tto an original, attractive and color-,
,fihd food. officers' mess. He. Insisted on promotion from be able to put yourself in the other man's place. nothing but the weather." These conclusions are the result ful design and carrying with It

MOt of us have learned, however, that the ranks and inaugurated the practice of It helps your perspective and improves your human This desire in the human heart Is clearly ] of 68 observation of and life. expenceover ,:,. an ASSURANCE of QUAU

.Isolationism is a beautiful theory but it is making 100 enlisted men eligible each year for relations. illustrated in the story about the lady who ,I raised a years family of seven children :,DEPENDABILITY frts

just that and nothing else. Just a theory. the Naval Academy. lie also pushed education Try to insinuate yourself into Cod's place for approached a surgeon and asked him if he would ![| and made many mistakes while' bear. a specified

Hitler wrecked it. for enlisted men. instance. If I were God what would I do? What perform! an operation. "What for?" he asked. "Oh'': at it. I am not advocating per-,SUNRIPE fruit we suggest: SUNRIPE

We can't live alone and like it any more. In fact. Daniels was such an enemy of the would I do with a person like myself? What would anything you like. You see. I attend a lot of :, fection. but a character building !j i With vitamins ha'quality galore
I do with some of the pee-wee people I know. women's afternoon parties, and never having hadU'a change in our current Ideals that
stirred charges that And in Florida
We must participate in the World's hungerand brass hats that finally they up groves are proud
good for them that I am not God. But operation. I simply can't take part." ;i our beloved country may
School teacher and an | esap I I To send it to your store.
the world's and in the world'speace he was a meddling Sunday political out
meted
progress hack whom Wilson was rewarding for past on the other hand, do you Imagine that God Put It down! Everybody wants to take part I II II ] the penalty to Time was when crops were hit

and in the world's wars. favors. Today however. fair-minded Naval officers I ever wonders how it would feel to be a human and the man who can help others find a place and i i I, tinct nations of the earth. 1 I and miss
I.
We can't even turn our backs on : being to put Himself in the I But STANDARDS
political who look back on the Daniels regime admit place of a human a part is rendering great service to life. Winter Park now are met
theories or religions which have that on the whole he probably did more for the to be tempted as he is tempted. to suffer as he An old colored deacon said, "We always have I -- 'I In SUNRIPE fruit from FlordaThe -

for their purpose the wreckage and con- Navy than almost anyone prior to Franklin Roosevelt -I suffers. Millions of us believe that such a thing a good service when I take part." That isn't so Florida Literacy Test FINEST you can .

quest of our own country.It's \I happened in the course of history when the mind much egotistical as it is a cry for the chance I For Voting RecommendedEditor. I'i MIRE LEONA LYON
and heart of God found residence in the life of to have little part In the of life. Witer Pak
'I a a game
of
a selfish world, at best. And to Josephus has said. with that boyish grin his I The Sunday Sentinel-Star: I
Man who enabled the great Creator to interpret Come on over to the Amen Corner next Sunday -'
feed it is to keep it at peace. as Secretary of the Navy he achieved two of his I read with interest your article
life through the eyes of a human and likewise will of the chance to blend I BritishGermans
and we assure you
Travelers across the French highwayof greatest ambitions: to be manager of a big baseball in reference to the proposed Urg
opened the way for a human "to be perfect as your with lots of other people in saying. Florida Constitution ,
team and to hear a brass band play every day. The amendment to the I
the African desert tell of around '
riding Father in Heaven is "
perfect. Amen and Amen I test
regarding literacy
a
Navy gave him a number of service ,teams and
sleeping lions, getting out of cars and brass bands galore.It for Florida voters. [ lo

larvelfing at their tranquility. But, by the Is significant that Daniels Sunday School WASHINGTON TREADMILL This Idea is not new. New York

.Edes of the lions were carcasses of other teacher that he was. was far ahead of his time has a literacy test for voters requiring Toil for Food
the voters to pass examinations -
nimals. Food had quieted the ferocity of when it came to the airplane and to the unifIca- I of the sixth grade in the ,

the jungle king. tion of the Army and Navy. As early as 1926 whei\ Big Stuff for Pensacola public schools. Wisconsin givesan BER (UP] Lt Gen. Sir

Douglas MacArthur had helped convict Gen. Billy educational test similar to the Br Robron. deputy military told
I zone,
Cracker Jim's Moons Mitchell for Insubordination: in advocating air- one given to aliens becoming U. S.I govrnor
[j the millions of Germans under his
Daniels defended him. citizens. In Detroit and Cleveland -
JIM TELLS the is power. By FRANK A. KENNEDYOur hiked from $9 million to $15 mil I for the Peterson bin which would of I''I control Testerday that their sal-
us moon and in the State Pennsylvania -
CRACKER ":\t1tchelI." he said "was sincere In his desire [ Washington Correspondent] lion. Sabotage in the guise of i have granted educational privi- test is required .vatlon from hunger depended up-
bright Tuesday and a good to promote aviation and perhaps hit no WASHINGTON-The transferof economy, was not an issue either. leges loan guarantees, and vocational : an educatona 'on' their own labor as much as it
to on
I serve
time to plant 'potatoes, carrots, turnips or harder than was necessary to wake up the 2.600 acres of the Army's Fort training to seamen who I juries. did upon the succs of the Allies
that Barrancas reservation to the His' have convinced served in the war I in retting
anything grows under the ground. country." colleagues overseas I The future course of our coun- I ( fo imports.
Pensacola Naval Air Station per- Rep. Rogers of Fort Lauderdalethat theaters. The particularlythe
I tone
For vegetables that grow out of the try is being shaped by the voters.If .
A few years later. Josephus uttered these pho- haps may become Rep. Sikes his friends did him no serv- House Merchant Marine : who Ru area has been hungrier
The have voters
are
he advises we ,
ground, waiting until about May phetlc words which of course his old friends in the greatest single achievement. ice by circulating reports that and Fisheries Committee reported thoughtful interested in the prob- any other part of the Reich

26, to catch the new dark moon which is Navy didn't like at all: While the Crestview Congressman Rogers planned to oppose Sen. it favorably last year but the ,!; before them then we need r and has suffered a rash of strikes

due June 3.Cracker.JIm. "The real need in preparedness is to abolish the doesn't claim exclusive credit Pepper in 1950. measure. like hundred of others 1: ltm worry about the decisions that' and demonstrations"It

says to plant stuff that offices of Secretary of War and Secretary of the of for the the acquisition by the Navy Despite a public denial by the got caught In the Congressional are made. I is imperative that all La-
tract four-square miles In Congressman som of his intimates ender [States] in the British
of the Navy and substitute a Secretary for National De log jam. I| Our future de-
grows on top ground on a dark area he worked doggedly on all still insist he has a Senatorial Goverent's I zone should be similarly energetic -
moon and stuff that grows under the fense' with sub-secretaries in charge of each de- phases of the transaction for bee in his political bonnet. Hearings have been resumed I II I I pends upon elected to i at this critical time in enforcing -

ground on a light moon. partment. That would synchronize defense many months. He still declines to They offer nothing the way of I this year but the steam is not i I i]I office. By, having the "lackluster a literacy lawmaker" test- measures of collection

We don't know enough about operation under one head and would have the ad- reveal details of the Navy plans proof, however. I behind the bill. The costly mari'I I|.,: for voting will be eliminated and thefeckless as well as fulfilling their obligations
farming vantage of preventing a great deal of duplicationand already projected into 1949 and The amused colleagues are reminding -' time strikes. and general hostility to deliver commodities
either to expose or endorse CrackenJim'sphilosophy. 50. Several significant Inferences 'I to labor have dimmed the bill's ,<.: fenow" will not be re- other
inefficiency which prevails under the present Rogers that 1948 comes such at meat and sugar t
We do know the price of to system." can be drawn however. before 1950. If Pepper should fear chances..The committee granted: elected. M. TOLD. 'II Laender," Robertson sid

matoes-33 cents a pound-is 'high. How- It took more than 15 years for others to come 1-The Navy retained control of the Rogers opposition in 1950, the measure's sponsors a fair I' I Military governors te three
its heavy land planes under the would it not become for hearing, but most observers are .A S. earlier
expedient states in the U.
ever, on checking the reason' we find a round to this view in the present Army-Navy I sure that the bill is dead. i i I Publication .
proposed Army-Navy merger bill. the Senator to stir up some opposition II told the Germans under them to
freeze wrecked the 'Glades crop and now merger now before Congress. 2-Pensacola has been bracketed to Rogers' renominationfor The War Department further Society Article Appreciated go to work and do more to help

heavier than usual crops have been replanted In this impatient and intolerant world. Josephus as the Navy's No. 1 Air Train his present House seat in 1948 I hurt its chances by reporting ad- I 1 i The Sunday Sentinel-Star:; I feed themselves.
by 'Glades farmers and the market Daniels has contributed fourscore years of serene ing Station. A 1948 also-ran would offer I versely on educational features! Editor. heartfelt I
and unselfish service. And his friends hope he 3-Heavy aircraft construction little opposition as a Senatorial : though outright opposition to the I Please accept my Although miles distant
ought to be glutted late next month. That thanks for printing the splendid I 14
glut will take of the 33 _will be batting those wholesome editorials out on contemplates larger and larger candidate in 1950 the joshers I other features was not voiced. article in Friday's Morning Sentinel Midland part of the city
care cent
price. his typewriter and doing those same thoughtful planes, necessitating longer and declare. I entitled City Urged to Aid and county of Honolulu Hawaii.

Meanwhile, take good care to spray things for his neighbors for many more years to longer runways. Apart from the wisecracks few U. S. Mascot
your garden for insects and give it plenty of come. More Is known of the Army's Florida politicians took the Rogers :i
heavy aircraft design. The Navy incident seriously. Pepper's seat | THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON

POLIT-I-CS development of heavy aircraft is traditionally belongs to North In
CRACKER paralleling the Army program. Florida. It would be a strong can- | Europe

Army specifications now call for didate indeed. hailing as does Dr. Gilroy Pleads for Sure

I runways two or more miles long. Rogers from so deep down In the j Finally CaughtFRANKFURT -

How Murray Won Sikes only grins when he is asked peninsula, who could unseat Pep-
SpeakershipBy how many two-mile double lane per. When Pepper is beaten'he l API) Antonio Foundation of Righteousness

.. runways could be laid out on the will go down before a commanding 'Brandez, 17. of San Antonio. Tex., ,
Barrancas tract. The map shows candidate from North Florida, or who from home at the
ran away D.
E. GILROY D.
ALLEN MOUIS ander Akerman Jr., Orlando being I r ballot on Murray and McMnl- the plot almost two miles By WILLIAM ,
square at best from the central tier of age of 12 and spetnt five years I
tOur/ T&ohcsee!! ; Correspondent] I the remaining member], the 20- len with the group having along all four boundaries. If the counties. South Florida candidates knocking about Europe and Africa Scripture: The Book of Amos m

TAlLAHASSEE-Here's the insIde 'odd votes then floating about un agreed to support the majority runways were laid out diagonally would provide Pepper's chief oppOnent as a mascot of U. S. troops, was ordered I Laws and ideals are one thing; observances, performances -

ful story of how Polk's purpose-j pledged constituted the balance I choice. even greater lengths could be at- some good stalking horses. '' sent back to the United and actualities are quite another thing.
Perry E. Murray of
first-ballot 62-31 victory as next I Of power.those there 16 House The vote was 15 for Murray one tained. i! States yesterday. Nowhere, perhaps, in all the history of nations are
were I Rep. Price's bill to provide a replacement I
Speaker of the House of Repre- members dissatisfied with the for McMullen-Its lopsidedness reflecting An American Military Govern- I there to be found more idealistic regulations for the prevention -
I I the discontent that had It safely may be assumed that for Federal Judge Longof I ment Court convicted Brandez of I
sentatives.This Is committee assignments that had I draw them together in the first Reps. Hendricks of DeLand and Gainesville in the event of the entering Germany illegally and I' n_ of social injustice and oppression than it was sough
story Important to been
because you promised openly by McMul- place. Once support of a dark Peterson of Lak land have made Jurist's retirement. is making wearing a U. S. Army uniform I to establish among the Jews In'
the Speaker by his len
lieutenants.
appointment perhaps without
of the committees which I'the Tampan's certain .knowledge. I horse! was put aside actually there good their charges before the steady progress! in the House without authority. I I their ancient homeland. what the Prophet Amos &t his

study proposed laws, influences I Anyhow, the d1ssl !etnts felt, in I was nowhere else to go except to House Appropriations Committee Judiciary Committee, but other I Brandez went home with the I One recalls the Cities of Refuge times in ancient IsraeL
concerning improper Influence of fore-
more than any other person the ,,diverse ways the door was closed Murray. I Capitol Hill trends seem to troops after V-E Day stowing ], the land laws the provisions for Amos was a herdsman, accustomed -
lawmaking of the lower house. He I I;I on each of their particular ambitions I Before breaking up. the legis- the maritime unions both AFL cast trouble. ,away on a troopship. But he found ; the protection of debtors the Year to clean livmg. He was
not only staffs the committees. for the 1949 session. 'lators made one more decision. and CIO upon the Maritime Com- The subcommittee, headed by his mother dead and he soon tired (of Jubilee and other regulationsall roused to indignation by what he
but decides which one shall receive By common consent the ballots mission and the Budget Bureau. Rep. Graham IR-Pa.l has assembled of U. S. life so back he came to I II designed to safeguard hum saw "the dust of th earth on
a bill for consideration.The I In some fashion, this strength j 1 were destroyed. In earlier revelations, it became sufficient evidence to I Germany in 1946-again as a i, rights and welfare. And in addi- the head of the poor therighteous
definite break In the con- i coalesced. The members drifted I I I The decision of this strangely- I known that the maritime training warrant a favorable report. stowaway. tion to laws and regulations was sold for a pair of shoes."

test between Murray and young together and sensed their I I assorted alliance was known quickly program virtually was scuttled by In addition to the favorable Once more he Joined a U. S. the constant exhortation by religious He saw the gross immoralityof

Neil C. McMullen. Tampa came strength. early that evening and it was I the Budget Bureau. recommendation of the Admin- Military Unit as mascot. lie was prophets to acts of benevo- fathers and sons the turning
I Closing down of training istrator of U. S. Courts, the endorsement -
on caucus-eve in the smokefilledhotel Somebody suggested they meet {!clear to Insiders that Murray was arrested at Munich but escaped. lence, consideration for the poor of Judgment to wormwood and
; schools at St. Petersburg, PASS of the Senior Judicial -
'elected.I without struggle -i Recaptured and sent to Bremen the abandonment of righteousness. -
room which is a traditional and exactly 27 hours before the' a approximating I and a charitable spirit.
filed.
part of American political life. I formal caucus the group assem- !*I that of 1945 when six ballots Christian. Louisiana, and San Conference has been for deportation; he escaped again. i Yet. in spite of all this Injustice He saw the very acts and
The were necessary to elect Thom- Pedro Calif.. was required under The troublesome developments j!I He made his way to Frankfurt were preva rites of religion perverted feasts
setting was this: bled in room 507 of the Floridan and oppression
I i terms of the budget estimate as hinge the House -i'
Pitted were two lawyers. two Hotel. I I i as D. Beasley of DeFunlak Springsas on Appropriations headed for Paris but the French lent. Then, as now, there were observed and offerings sacrificed

South Floridians two legislators j!I They crowded Into a room too Speaker for the present session. January.submitted to Congress last slash Committee's directed at severe the federal budget arrested him in Strasbourg grafters and exploiters and self- by the who had no true observ 4

who had been conspicuous in action -!small. Some sprawled across a i The startling thing a tribute The two Florida Congressmen Judiciary. If the Senate adheres to seekers-lawless and greedy individuals -'; sacrifice in their heats.
at this session Murray was i bed. Others stood against the i to the young Tampan was that carried their fight to the House the House committee's recomen- OAR Gathers for 56th who cared nothing about '!i i Amos represents God as saying.

serving his fourth term in the I wall. Some looked for a place to | the next night McMullen held Appropriations Committee this datlons. Judiciary expenses must 'what happened to others as long' "I hat. I desi your feast days.
I smell in
House: McMullen. his third. Mur- put out cigarets they had brought I i! virtually all his original pledges week. The testimony still is se-i be cut all abng the line. Hardly Continental Congress I as they got what they wanted.I But he your calls
ray was 48 years old; McMullen. in. finally trod them on the floor, j in the face of inevitable defeat. I I WASHINGTON [IAP1 The solemn assemblies.
', : cret.The Congressmen hint broad-1 I would there be funds for the pres- There were betrayers of Jewish I for repentance: "Let judgmentr
34. !
Alex MacWiUlam of Indian River The Speaker-designate of the i ly, however. that they proved ;lent I set-up in Florida which bansi Daughters of the American Revolution I ideals. Just as there are betrayers down as waters and righteousness -
Murray, stroncly supported by County was named chairman i 1949 House came to Florida In i their case. They declined to haz- I|i I the appointment of a successor to I nearly 5,000 strong, assembled of democratic Ideals and I mighty stream" .
I IltFulltn.
old-timers In the House and and quickly took hold In his usual ''February of 1926-a year and more ard a guess about chances for the Judge DeVane the roving district ; last night for their first honorable standards today. as a need that call
:\ choice largely of the. i i business-like fashion. There was late in the vast migration of fellow restoration of funds to the Mari- I I Judge when he fills any future ![continental congress in six years I Don't we association of righteousness to-
The
younger first-termers were In I I talk of the wisdom of backing a ;', Georgians during this, State's'great i i time Commission budget. vacancy. This setupould [ committed by their President Imagine some thoughtful in- day Is not
the home stretch on Monday I[dark horse. B. Elliott of Pahokee. '' land boom. I Hendricks. who is ranking minority provide Just the sort of retrench- 'I|General. Mrs. Julius Y. Talmadge telgent. hard-working farmer with It reminds peace of ac-the
with approximately 30 firm I t and the decision that if he did His idea of a place of residence member of the subcommittee ment needed by the Justice Department I i"to fight the spread of Commun- the conditionsupon ridentaL u which
pledges apiece. 'not win this time and some then. Murray grinningly recalls I in charge of the items. is -to trim its budget. ism in the United States." which our life and welfare only true foundation upon whether it .
be built
Each had more names than that j i argued the leaders had a head-I was a town small enough "so I[ bound by oath to disclose nothIng Mr. Talmadge announced on::: depend coming Into one of ou peace can industrial
on his list of supporters but {', start difficult of overtaking-the ,j I wouldn't have to work too hard." Petersonappeared as a .wit- In cloarkroom and corridor.I' the eve of the 56th Congress that .modern cities. He would observe b domestic peace,
co human are politicians the |(failure might dim his chances of I His choice was Frostproof amid l ness but did participate in sentiment obviously has cooled toward "sweeping plans" will be made *to the ease and luxury of those making peace or international peace.
same names in a number of In- ,, victory when the Speakership the pleasant lakes and hills of Imperial committee deliberations. : Peterson's seamen's benefit combat subversive activities." no real contribution to society, Organization and negotiationare
stances couuld be found on both. came back to South Florida in Polk County. He's lived I I A similar fight far less shaip:11' :I bill patterned after the famous ':Some strongly worded resolutions not to mention the evil and cor- not enough. We must find, and

Since there were 84 Democratic 1953. ... j,i there ever since as a lawyer and : drawn resulted last year in I G. I; Bill of Rights. I\on Communism are understood to I ruption that are 5 flagrant. Then i'i'I build upon. a sure foundation of
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U. S. Aviation

; : Service Center I Former Resident ,ber of the Central Christiar

Near East AidFundsBalked Church.
: Sale i iI
Makes First Of Orlando Killed ,
Gideons To Meet
'Crisis' StressedWASHINGTON w. I Initial sale of the new War As- i Mr. H. B. Waddington a former i

set a Administration Customer resident of Orlando about 63 1 Monday MorningDave
Service Center in the amount of I
old. killed ,
years in
was
Pomona.
[AP) A picture 22541. was announced here yesterday Enlow. secretary-treasurer,
Calif. on May 10, according to +I
I will address the Orlando Gideons
4i>of U. S.,aviation industry "slowly II by David W. Mozo. sales word received here by the Rev. at their breakfast meeting Mon-
WASHINGTON UP1[ ] Money to manager. j Morris B. I
Y bleeding to death" and in urgent Book.
day at 7:30: ajn. in the YMCA.
need of a five-year productionprogram carry out the $400 million pro- W. R. Sterling manager said I t Mr. Waddington, who had resided -:Pres. A, P. Swaidmark said yesterday -
backed up by a definite EjA gram of assistance to Greece and that although the center has not on E. Concord Aewas .
Government policy was drawn for f I Turkey appeared likely last night I I officially opened the demand by I formerly official installation man I Newly appointed committee
veterans of this area ofr more I
Senators yesterday by industry II I Ito be held up indefinitely by the expeditious method of'selling was I for Florida for the Electric Fruit I I chairmen will be announced at
representatives.They powerful House Appropriations Marking Co.. the Rev. Book said. this
several meeting, and will be given an
.3S so great that sales actionsof
told of "financial crisis" Committee. He had been in Pomona about
four
I opportunity to name their own as-
in the Industry because of sharp This was learned on the eve ofa I I This this was type the have second been sale initiated.madeto Ii or five years with the same com- .sistants. A report on the proposed
contraction of production and of t. : 23-member mission's departurefor I banquet, to which wives would also
;
.:. .; ..., Turkey to study the internal this same veteran. Roger Mac- pany.Well I.
a great need for long-range plan- known among businessmen be invited, will be given. All Gid
> Namara the first totaling
ning in research and developmentif : condition of that country. I I her Mr. Waddington a mem- eons are urged to attend.
Britain and Russia are not to Chairman Taber IR.-[ N.Y.l said which was handled by $32.000'1 -- -
outstrip the United States in tech- the committee would be reluctantto regional small business
number of f s. make any cash appropriations headed at that time by Sterling /
nical advances and I
planes. y,",>. for the program already approvedby I who has now been promoted to Oir--

The group appeared before a I ..... j' both the House and Senate. manager of the local center.
Senate commerce subcommittee to "'' ..... "Until we have looked into it very A COMPLETE REAL ESTATE LOAN r
I i! Guamanians to Get
endorse a bill by Chm. Brewster carefully.
[R-Me.l to create a national air I. ., ',,;' Taber said he was particularly 1 DEPARTMENT ON SECOND FLOOR
Tampa Scholarships
policy board composed of the <. Interested In obtaining from the ,I i FASTER AND BETTER SERVICE!
Secretaries of State. War Navy I I administration an estimate of TAMPA tAPJ Dr. E. C
# and Commerce and two members I : the overall cost of the foreignaid
_: Jy. Nance president of the University -
each from the Senate and House. program which has been I of Tampa yesterday announced THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT ORLANDO ,
-. .. 'o\ : dubbed "The Truman Doctrine." the university had offer and Out Million Dollars
Capitol Surplus
Oliver P. E hoIJ. president of -" ,: .... 1"'P ,... I
the Aircraft Industries Assn. I Chairman Bridges [R.-N.1I.1 of t ed two four-year scholarships to
and a former major general of SOME' OF' ORANGE--- MEMORIAL HOSPITAL'Snurses toasting hot dogs. These are the girls who are the Senate Appropriations Committee I Guamanian youths to be selectedby MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

the Air Forces said the nation today appealing to other Orlando girls to also has demanded such the American Legion Post on
maintaining "a mini- shown here taking a rest periodout an estimate. the island and the Governor of S
is not are register at the hospital's school of nursing to I
.
of rapid The obvious implication appeared Guam.Dr.
mum expansion Industry In an capable amerrency." on the hospital lawn where they are help alleviate a serious shortage of nurses. I to be that an'estimate wouldbe Nance said the university
furnished or, as far as Taber 1 was glad to show appreciation
Glenn L. Martin. Baltimore enter school this Fall are urgedto I is concerned the funds will not be through these scholarships to the
plane manufacturer said the na forthcoming. {!people of Guam who "kept faith
bring the youngsters to the
tion's alrpower "Is declining rap.eldly" Winter Park NewsBy free pre-school roundup at 1 pjn. Since Taber's GOP colleagues i I consistently with the United" States dl Au,,wite
declines the
and as it coun- Tuesday for immunization and on the Appropriations Committee during the last 'War.
try "loses its guarantees of national consultation with doctors. usually go along with what
security and perhaps even MARGARET GREENE he says it was assumed that a ILLFITTINGFALSE. A quiet, low cost attic _
its hopes of peace." Through Friday The clinic will be at the Win- would demand -
Telephone! / Winter Port 233-Hours 11-12 and 4-5. Monday committee majority
Pres. Robert E. Gross of Lock- I I ter Park Health Center. the information. TEETH fan from our completeline
heed Aircraft Corp. asserted that John Ferguson McKean. New IThe Associated Press reported will make
this country lays down a I York City is spending this week that the many
w unless Senior Winter ParkBrevities Taber conceded yesterday '
Junior I fit Better
>V five-year building program Immediately -I :with his mother at The Hearth- I State Department's foreign broad- degrees difference in
it stands a good chance of I II stone. cast program "might" be all right With KomfoDental house temperature dur-
I "being outstripped in technical I Mr. and Mrs. Otto F. Heizer if it is "cleaned up" and the FBI Pads
achievements by Britain and sur- I have returned to their home in I checks the loyalty of those who ing the hot months.
passed in numbers by Russia. Program Set Los Altos. Calif., after a visit with handle it. Meanwhile the State I Here i* e eo.nfor+inqVnaid J
WINTER PARK-City Commission Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Heizer. I Department disclosed a report by far distal plete Now In Stock
meets Monday at 7:30 pm. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Baker will I including news- Kemfo D...-
I an advisory group
I WINTER PARK-In addition to Rotary Club at its noon lunch- .I heave \today for a two weeks visit : paper publishers, radio officials lads relieve; tore ImmediateInstallation p
recreation eon tomorrow. will hear a talk by in Asheville. N. C. with Mr. and recommending that tender gum* d..
the YMCA-sponsored and educators
Auto I Gen. Edwin J. House retired. Mrs H.. F. Rollston. whom they I ifl-KHiitg denture. ;
Ii program for the 8 to 11 year olds I Pilot Club will meet Tuesday at visited in Cuba last Summer. I I the program be expanded.) I ...1... prerent ...d.. from lodging .
j this Summer a recreation program I 8 pjn. at the Florida Power Corp. Mrs. Robert MacCorkle. New //15 nder pl.t.;fcelp "'... pl.t. fit '."9- Free Estimates
I for the Junior and senior lounge. York will arrive today to spend I lots in Comstock Park from ger; help you wear end become acevt-
Chamber of Commerce luncheon two weeks with her sister Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ulric Fisher,* who tomed to new plate; ....bl. you t.
high school group has been worked I Wednesday will be Ed Cashore. I are moving away. eat meet,tomatoes, pun, celery. Not
Repairs : out by the recreation commission speaker'on Prof. R. B. Kleinhans. formerlyon I Mrs. Alphonse Carlo of the Rol- Mrs. Helena Norton and Miss a powder, not a paite. will not stick t.p1st.S.nd UfLDflun H H CO.c O OI
I appointed by the City Commission. I the faculty of the Athens lins Conservatory will leave late Jeanie Pierce, will leave this weekor SOe for 10 lowers;send SOe
Hugo Miller high school coach I University in Greece who last this week for Boston to judge for Vermont to spend the Sum- for 1 uppers. (No stamps please.)
I I to head the I Minimum order of .ith.r kind-SOe.KOMFO I ROBINSON, of BUMBY No porting problem' ORLANDO, FLORIDAMEMIE
DAY AND NIGHT has been engaged Spring was assigned to that I the National Guild of Piano
program to be carried out afternoons I Teachers at the tournaments May mer.Mrs.. Douglas Fryer has left for DENTAL tAO CO.. SOX NO. 5311.DEPT .
country by the State Departmentto .
1 ASS PXILA 31. rA. *:.CENTRAL.FLORIDA BUILDERS.EXCHANGEFOR : : _
By First Class Mechanics I and evenings. i help supervise Greek elections.His 28 to June 7. her home in Scarsdale N. Y. I
Work Guaranteed Supervised swimming at the I subject will be Greeks and Phi Mu Alumnae assisted by I Sellers at the Benefit Shop this
I Ollie Ave. beach in Lake Virginia The Greek Political Situation. the active chapter at Rollins I week will be as follows Tuesday
I Prices R1&htRAMBO with life guards will be from 3 Lions at their supper-meeting will give a coca-cola party Satur- afternoon. Mrs. Herman Gade and .
I to 6 pm. each afternoon with a Wednesday evening will elect of- day afternoon at the Woman's Mrs. L. L. Sitton: Wednesday
I city-wide competitive swimmingmeet ficers. Club. Guests will be this June's I morning Mrs. A. W. Parker and
during the Summer. Mothers of all children who will girl graduates of all High Schoolsin Mrs. Turner Ratrie and Thursday ,

I Four teams of junior baseball be five years and 9 months old on I this area. I'afternoon Mrs. Sherwood Foley e ....,
I AUTO SUPPLY CO. will be open to boys 14 and 15 Sept. 1 and therefore eligible to D. W. Robinson has purchased and Mrs. Charles Walters fI:' ''t. ._, .. :
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years of age. each to play two "J
BOS W. Central Ph. 2S741Triedan'dProven .
games a week at the high school ;< -
athletic field and participate in .
a play-off at the end of the sea-

1 son. it :
Senior baseball teams will be .
Relief to Sufferers members of the Lake-Orange tf. '

I League with games at Harper- .. ,
r tI Shepherd Field Wednesday and .. : t ALL OUTDOORS
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I .r Sunday afternoons. I iI + {J/J 1I :. .

i j Two private courts win be avail- I .

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tournaments will be held I -- .
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Tuesday and Friday evenings instead :' .
ASTHMA of Friday and Saturday <-

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Chronic '
Constipation I For the Junior-senior high /, S

Yean of research treatment school program to be in operation ,..;
I and development now make Mondays through Fridays from
I tytlitild NormaUaen.limited number Iayla I June 9 through Aug. 15. there is ;
: charge of $1 to the youngstersto
: sat :Each custom made In a
our laboratory. Heavy duty I supplement the money which
model aleo available for doe- I the city is providing for the Summer -
WITH HINGED
ton clinics and maaNun. For ., I
oomplete InformationCUP I recreation set-up.

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ORLANDO'S NEW PINE HILLS GOLF CLUB; These scenes 000, is open for ploy ri W--: Construction of a $100,000 club- center of the layout at-a-cosf $23OOO'ancfhousing a proi I -Our[ Own Staff Photos: Barnes ,

here ore of the Pine Hills Golf Club, located about five miles house is scheduled to start tomorrow, while work on the greens shop, bar, sandwich grill, display room and shower rooms. I: left inset is president of Pine Hills Golf Club while Mrs. Ezar

northwest of the city on the Fairvilla-Florida Tuberculosis San and tees for the back nine will be launched in a few weeks.At Lower center is the tricky 1 165-yard No. 4 water hole dubbed. ,

t itorium Rd. which was opened yesterday for free public ploy left is the approach to the 370-yard No. 3 green, which is "Hell's Half-Acre" At right is one of the five small lakes ;iII I shown with him, is secretary-treasurer. Florian [Flo] Jane, I

over a two week, period as Orlando's third golf course. The first at the entrance to the 200-odd acre layout. Top center is the II dotting the first nine holes, laying just off the No. 7 fairway. I extreme right inset, is vice-president of the organization, while

nine-holes of the course, constructed at a cost of about $ 1 00,. : golf shop, built immediately back of.the clubhouse site in the Joe Ezar, prominent professional--- trick-shot artist, extreme : Jimmy Lentz, next to him, is club pro and course manager.......





Nats Cop IO-lnnlng-Tilt; Giants Win Again I IRobertson's





Page 8 Hljr Sinifciif &rnlinrl-&lar Orlando, Florida, May 18, 1947


Rap New Yorkers


By BOB HAYES American Golfers Regain i Yanks Wallop Kinder Hurls

Several high school tennis and golf coaches, as well as

team sponsors, were hot under the collar over the set-up Supplies Punch I Browns To 4-2 Turn Back CubsIn

for the State golf and tennis tournaments held here the last
Walker From BritishST.
three days. Cup Chisox Twice

.: The tennis tournament over at Rollins evoked the Win Over BosoxBOSTON

loudest chorus of complaints while there were beefs of less magnitudeover For 2-1 VictoryWASHINGTON ANDREWS, Scotland [[UP] America's amateur I, [API RighthandedEllis 3-1 Triumph

the golf tourney at Dubsdr &d. golfers getting better as they went along regained the
,, 4-3 ScoresNEW
Kinder ball
? Object of all the Invective hurled was Lafayette Golden executive By pitched great
secretary of the Florida High School Athletic Assn. [API Helpless Walker Cup for the United States yesterday when they won ,, yesterday In his first 1947 start CHICAGO [APJ The red hot

hurl- six of the matches from the defending New York Giants made it five In
before Red Embree's fast ball eight concluding singles
The turmoil arose over eligibility requirements, FHSAA rules reQuire by doling out six hits to the row when they took their third
YORK [API Overcominga a
that competing schools .submit eligibility sheets a month prior Ing for eight innings. the Wash British team. American League champions
j three-run deficit In each as straight from the Chicago Cubs
to tournaments and that they later, at the appropriate time. forward ington Nationals rallied to tie the Turning on the heat and displaying -< the New York Yankees swept game both the St. Louis Browns defeated the I I yesterday 3-1. A two-run rally In

tournament entry applications to Golden. score In the last half of the ninth some of the best golf ever ends of a double header from the I Red Sox 42. ': the 11th Inning broke up a pitch-

Since tennis and golf are. generally speaking sort of neglected and went on to win over the Cleve- seen over the difficult bunkeredold Ostermueller Chicago White Sox yesterday by I I ing duel between Southpaw Dave

minor sports In the high school set-up, several schools failed to land Indians. 2 to I, yesterday Ina St. Andrews course. they putBritain's identical 4-3 scores before 54,280 I' Kinder walked only one and Koslo of the Giants and Rookie

submit eligibility sheets 30 days In advance of the tournaments.And 10-inning battle. best to rout and recap- I paid fans. The double triumph fanned three. One of the six hits I Righthander Doyle Lade of the
Robertson's tured the trophy, emblematic of the Sox made Eddie Pella-
Pinch-hitter Sherry was Cubs.
with the Cleveland In
In coupled
these
contestants grounds.
Golden ruled out plenty of on so
single in the extra frame scoring amateur golfing supremacy between grinl's third home run of the The victory enabled the Giantsto
dian's loss to Washington vaulted I
division of the tennis tourney took a beating. Only ,
doing, the girls Gerald Priddy. accounted for the the two countries. 1 Blanks Dodgers the Yanks into third place. season high Into the left center move past the Cubs Into second -
girls representing two public and two private schools, competed
seven winning run. Heroes of the U. S. triumph, field screen In the eighth In- place a half game behind

making the title a rather void honor. The Indians got to Bobo New- before an estimated 10.000 spectators Joe DiMaggio's third home run I ning. the Boston Braves who took over

But that's getting off the subject. This Is a time when Golden's som In the first inning for their were Marvin [Bad] PITTSBURGH lAP] Fritz Oster- of the season a drive into the the top berth by whipping the
: The Browns made their
actions in these tournaments merit a defense. The high school athletic only run on singles by Hal Peck Ward. Robert [Skee Riegel. mueller gave up 12 hits but helpedby left field stands opening the : three of I St. Louis Cardinals.

boss Is right! and George Metkovich and Lou Willie Turnesa Dick Chapman, four Pittsburgh double plays I ninth inning gave the Yanks I four runs off the starting and Held to seven hits in the first 10

Boudreau's long fly to Buddy shut out his former Brooklyn the victory in the opener after j losing. Lefty Mel Parnell. In less innings the Giants knocked Lade
It is the high school principals and the school athletic directors Smiley Quick and Frank Strana- '
Lewis.In t I Dodger teammates 4-0. I they had tied the count in the than four innings. out of the box in the 11th when
who. should be receiving whatever criticisms are hurled-not Golden. han for they won the singles Two other potential Brownieruns
The Pirates collected only four previous frame on Tommy lIen- I' I I Lloyd Gearhart and Buddy Kerr '
Golden published a bulletin In November laying down the the ninth Joe Grace slashed contests which gave the United rich's single which scored were erased on great pegs 1
LafataI
safeties off four hurlers I singled. pinchhitter Joe ..
FlISAA law on the eligibility question. It may or may not be his cut a one-baser, moved to secondon States the cup by a score of Dodger Pitcher Frank Shea. Shea went from center field by the little professor brought in Gearhart with a one ,
but of them home
was a run
law. But It Is the law. And Golden's job is to enforce FHSAA laws. Lewis' sacrifice and scored eight matches to four. one i all the way to record his third Dom DiMaggio. I base blow and Bobby Blattner
I I by Hank Greenberg with one on
Brother, ask any violators If he's caught going astray on FHSSA right.when Stan Spence bit safely to Only Stanley [Ted Bishop and In the first. Four bases on balls triumph against one defeat. I 'T. LOUIS.0,0.51[A) I BOSTON.0,055[Al !I scored Kerr with another one-

laws If you don't think he's a stickler for enforcing them. And that's Fred Kammer Jr.. failed to win by Rookie Ed Chandler and a II After spotting the White Sox DiUTr.Xb 1 X X II Peu.11 1 S I i baser.

an he did In the case of these tournaments. So why yelp at him? Priddy opened the 10th with a but they had done their part Sat- single by Frank Gustine accountedfor three runs In the first inning of LebMT.00 ISIIIP..ky.1 41111Wltt..ib NEW YR (NJ I CHICAGO INS .
single to left. Cecil Travis sacri I II 1 ? iWilliLif SI 25teptL .
sOrt. .brkSsRlatt
Why not blame the school officials Involved? ficed. Mark Christman urday when the two countries split two more markers in the I the nightcap. Spud Chandler set- 8 4155S1T..t.1b I' 155 "f.b: I' 1 I 'IRariI.2b 4 1 1 I S
was passed the four opening team matches. eighth. tled down. allowing only two hits lWru'.Sb 22S2lDoerr.33 I IZanlla.tf JIIrI1PJ.311 I S 1 1 IjwaItkug.lb 1 I S I 13 1L.brke.3b
purposely and Al Evans fouled out. 3 5 I I DI-'I..d 1 4 5 3 I I 5535flenaza.5f113lCsrars.ct
SSISIPsTk.d
Peter Schaal enegertle secretary-statistician of the Florida State Robertson came in to hit for Tom Ward. coming from behind with Pete Reiser of Brooklyn was the rest of the way. to win his Co\nuu1 4 lSSltCuIb'rnrf I ; 1 : 45445
some of the most spectacular golf chased by Umpire Lou Jorda in second Mc .. I SSIOIHzew.c 10555 "_.1. 4511 Stnchefftn.. $5555
League confidently predicted here Friday night that the current game.
Ferrick, who received credit for in the 25-year-old history of the I' Reel,.. 1. I I '1\'ameU.D 15555 Manbafl.rf4IlIZLewei.If 5025Iover.c
season will produce the league's all-time agkregate attendance high. the win. Sherry's slash to right- play defeated J. Leonard the first inning for strenuously t1 I| NEW YORK.brh.1 lASshrosil Kinder.p 4I1I51540.r.p 15151 I' I 1P1J.hnhoh.1b 1 45354Gearhnrt.lfIIISSrFrr
cup base. In Juhn.en.p 11151lilt. ,
Pete logically reasons that the race, now tighter than a drum, center brought Priddy home. crawley a member of Britain's protesting a play at first I Tucker.cf I I S I 8tira-a,2b| 4 1 1 1 4 .. 15551IhUfleer. SSSSSM.ruflo.N I 05554 15505Gordon.If
the ninth, Plate Umpire Dusty : 4 1 I 5 Snlt.bliS; I I S I
:'Appg..Sb .. 55555Totals .
will pack fans Into league parks. CLEVELAND tAl I WASHINGTON tAlTot.U sTeel 1' SSSIIstte.p I
victorious 1938 team, 5 and 3 "ijbReyaold. 5 5 5
abet. 5.1, .Ot.5. ; Boggess ejected Ed Stanky of the Wnjht.lf I 1 S I $ I 0 LewbsrdI.S1SIISIKiah.p 55555Kerr.
And he says he wouldn't be surprised to see St. Augustine top !J'Iod.W' 4llIIlGrnn.1f I 1251Mek.h. Riegel beat Gerald Mecklin 6 and for heaving his bat close Jonei.lb C' 1 *|Crarttl.2b 51551 14 4 iiiTTot.1I!j U i s-ii i7'nIM .. I I I SSldMctols 11155Kin.
Dodgers Kennedy.rf 3 5 5 I ilHrnh.lb.rf' I S 111 5 .
the 100.000 paid attendance mark for the season. And look at what the 4 0 I 1 liLewIa.1f I" I I 5 5: Turnesa turned back R. Cecil a- out for Johnson IB lib .. 411131htsfsta
OtsudY..s.4SSIISpenr..d' 15235 to a rail box after striking out. Koll'y.lb a. C I I I SlKeller.tf I' I I I St. Louia -- 111I 1M .1*-4 SSIS0I
Saints have already done at home: they've drawn 17,117 customersfor F..w..lb. 4 I S S IIMcBrIde.d I I I S IBzeyei.1f Ewing. 6 and 5: Chapman con- BROOKLYN [Nl \PITTSBURGH IN1II Micbaela.XbW 1 I I I XlDiM.f'o.ef 4 1 1 I S Boston DOC 1M .111-1 Tnngle.p S I S I
allaeu j* 1 I 0 5 oUnrieU.rf! 3 S S I S Error: ('W....... Runa batted la: Rlepkena.ColemaB .
SSS4SIvernttn.3b 415T3 -- -- ---
their first 13 games, an average of 1,316 per game. Gont"It 4 I I 5 Prldlt',2b I 1 I 4 I quered P. B. [Laddie] Lucas. 4 r h S II 1 ak 0 h a Dido,.. S 5 I C OjMcQu'a.lbSw >> S S S 11Ae. 5 t. lriy. Tork. Prllagrlni. Two .ke.. Total. 41 tllUUI$ Total. I* 11.M !.
Bt.nkylh I S I XlCoita 25522
.
and 3 beat J, Wilson I 5 I S | Joha.3bCHICAGO I I 1 1 1 '
1"DII'.311: S I I I Tra'1J.3b! J" I 1 IHo.aa.1I ; Quick C. RoMn'n.lb C I I I XIRikarder" I 1 I I IR.t Maita' .. btta: Bartlla X. DlUlngrr "Ullania.Three baw a-rilnl out for Gordon ta ttfc,
1 IImbl'N.J 8 and r.* 1' I I lIBba. 1-I 1 I 2IBrO. bit: (_... ROOM run: FeUagrlal. Stolen buea: b-a1...... RosIn llta.Orouaded .
SSS2ICht-intn. I" 6 and Stranahan defeated ,,,, S I 0 WestlakeifOlGreenb 3 1 1 .. for la
..
The close race In prospect this Summer for Florida State League : I ; It : I 5515 DtManto to .
Lrhner. Double
Berardino playe:
: I' I I 4 S SIN 1 Charles Stowe 2 and 1. tpnws.If: I S LIb: I 2 2 IH..ukM 15135 out for Jobaaoa U llth.d
honors Is going to be rough. .... I S 1 I S Walker.rf S 4 'IGI\IIt1M.3b'| IIKIner.If 5 1 1 I Ha_ PellaaTlal to Tork.. Doerr t* Ta-k. LIft -Filed out for ink Ia llth.
<.. 55555 Bishop the U. S. amateur king. rurt'.If.cl' S I I I 1 5 I S Is.rt&.s 15,25I on buM: BL Lotus .. BoatoB .. Baaw .. balla- lIen Tort .. -. .___ IItIO IM IIftI MChkace -
Tempers will flare. They are bound to, the scramble Is so tight. JJUua.& 15111 fell before Britain's Joe Carr, 5 fcdwnU.oLant S S lKuiu.elIRaiiwkl.Ib| I" S 1 S _I Sbeapa 42354 off: Klader I. off rarnell 1. off Zuber I. off : ? 10* Mo ... o-1

It will be both players and fans. that pop. blood vessels during the 555111 I' 1 5 5 and 3, while Kammer lost to R. Keene'.*v3b 'I I I I, 3 I 4IO.t.ra.p| 4 1 5 I S S S f ItteIt.p I Totab II S Txl4I Total. 14 411 IT ilx Jobruoa.. by Zuber 1. Btrtrkouu S. by Kllnger: by L Kinder Rita:I.off br Pamell Farnall. Tla Error.:Blattner.Johnion.11I0.BUM.... ...baited..: Jnbjuon.la: Cararmta.Lafata. Saertftrea.:

coming Summer nights. ---- ----- J. [Ronnie] White. 4 and 3. I S I S 01$ -Nona out when to* winning non. wai icond.a S I/I ianlnn: Zuber Cia.: J"I.- IB ...twfnL Blattnar. Double t\.t Uerulto.Joknuoa .
XX I Sy3OSSI| Total. Xt X 11011y aMlkiUT.ylor.B 1 S S 5 1 -Waived for fttlraweUa ta Ilk.kRan I I/I: Klinwr' S la I. Wild pItches: Zither 1.Lounf and aitkva; llarohall and Lombard
Already at Gainesville Friday night Dave Burke of the G- -Two out whea. trlnninc run acorad. I I for Boblnaon la Ith.Chicago pitcher: ParaeB. Cmplrea: Huramert. Rue Irtl on ..._: New Tork II. Chicago 11. Baaaaoa
...__.___.... ._ I
:Men and Charlie Ridgeway of the Pirates, have swapped blows. The a-Struck out for Neweom ia tth. bHodre ; S ; I ::1 _. tot tU 101a.U 4 ''and rapparella. Time: 1JX Attendant; 24,01 balla: Lade 4. Koalo: 4. Strikeout.: Lade 4.KI. .
tot -
> Terk
WBaa for Opens la tta.e rRackley S S I ew -- -"-'- | (paldJ.Evers'. L Hits-cIt Lade 11 la 1* I/I lanlng:
battle for the bunting will fray other tempers, too. It'll be a merry -Batted for Fnrlck la 10th and dror* Ia wla- Braves .handler. S S 1 0 ElTon: Vtlchaela.. Buna batted la: Kolloway 1: j I KuahIInZ/3Ko.lolIInlITIIDkinSInL
chase. Sing rua with a ilaila.CleteJand Whip Cater.* I ISISdRnik Dleu,. Henrich X; DiMaggle X. Two baa hits: I Wild pItch Lade. Winning pitcher: Kmle;
_____ _... 100 M M8 -1WaahlnitoB 15 IS Rhea Keller. Home run: DIUaggio. Stolen base: Lotlng Biteher: Lade Umpire.: Magerkunk.
And the umpires! How'd you like to have heIr Jobs during these .___.-__ MM MM Ml 1-X "" DldI.,. Sacrifice: Ulrbaela. Double olin Appllnf. Hellne and Stewart. Tin: 1:3: *. Attendanct:
bitterly Error: K. Trari RUM batted In: Baudnan.Speao .. ToUla 15. 11S410 'Total U 1ST II Uk-hul knd Jonn: Btltuwelo. Rlume' Home Run 10.M1
contested ? What
games a row they have to hoe this *. Bobertaoa.. baa hit: Rinse Sacri. a Forced Edwarda for ...ltOll IB 4th. and McQulna. Left oa buM: Chicago T: New
Summer! fI Ia: Lewi*. Trarl Double DIxiE Gordon.Boudreaa b- laxled for Taylor IB Ita. Tort IX. Baa oa halts: Rhea 1: U* 4; M.lUberir .
and Flemlnc: Roodicaa. Goedoa sad St. Louis 3-2 _Baa (or Hodaxe to Tta.d X. Strike outa: Rhea I: Lea X: Maltiberger L
Fleming: Began and Boodreaa; Trarla. Priddy Hit: off Lea T la I X/X InnIngs: Maltiberger 4
lib.
-Popped out for Can* U Retires
The once around: John Ganzel burning up the wire trying sad Veraoa; ........... _.... and Fleming; Brooklyn _.. __ to* 505 101-I to M I/I (BOB* out to *th). Bit by pitcher: Angott
Frlddy. Vernon and Chrlatmaa Left oa baeea: niubursh SOS SOS tlx-4Emra by Shea (Mirhaele). Loatog pitcher.) M lt.brw.fnplrei Beats A's 2-1
to get some help for the Senators. Larry Satarrlano, chairman of Clemland X: Waahuutan .. Baae* OB balla: ST. LOUIS TAP' The St. Louis : lii...... Buna batted la: G........ I.Guatine. : : Weafer. Bubbard and lieIT)'. Time:
the Elks' Tangerine Bowl Committee and close'friend Kmbra* .. Btrlke out: Newaom 4; Emhu* X; Klutu. Home ran: 0,....." 801eabuI 1:11. ,
of
Walter Frrrlck X. Hlt-off: >'evora. > la I; rerrtck.i Cardinals ran afoul their south- : WestUke. Surf lice: Cm. Double lan:
Masterson. the Nat right-hander who has been shining this year in X. winnIng pitcher: Ferrick. Tim of paw hoodoo again yesterday and G_. BaiUukl A a_..... S: Cox. Bariukl UCOn UU [API Walter
lame: XDJ. Umpire: .1_ UcGowan UcKJoley: CHICAGO (11 I IIIW YOU 151trIsal PHILADELPHIA From RingCHICAGO
Creenberg S. Left en buM Brooklyn\ HiFttubunk
so far. expects to witness the Washington club In action this dropped a 3 to 2 decision to Lefty
week. and Gnere Attendanet: 11.541. 1. Buea on balk: U.lton 1. Oiter. .5,011 "Hoot" Evers wound up the Detroit -
. Jim Moblry, Winter Garden High School .coach, Is heading up Warren Spahn and the Boston .ueUar X. Taylor! 1. Chandler 4. BtrlkeouU: Taylor Turbf.d' I" I I 0I1Ilm'.21I I 1 I 1 I.lIIIlIa'.1II Tiger's first visit of the sea- ,
... I 1 I 1 IIYcQulfta.lb! 4 I 514 5
Oetecmueller 1. Bite: off ) S Ia S Innlnn; I
Winter Garden's heavy Summer recreation program. Worth Braves. Taylor 1 ta S: Chandler 1 Ia I I/I; Caeey S In 1'I11IIaJ.1I 4 I S I .,1.11er.1I I" S I IJ.nsg.1b son here in a blazeof glory yes lAP SammyAngott. I
Cuthbertson. a righthander, has joined the Senators from Char Ghezzi Palmer Spahn registered his sixth I/*. Bit ky pitcher: by OMermueller (*Bobtnaoa 4 1 I I IIIDllla'.d I S S 1 I terday with a two-run ninth Inning who won his seventh .
defeat Wild pitch: OatarmueUer. Loalog pitcher: Melton Keoae4.1f 4 1 I I II LlDd.II.1f 4 1 1 I I .
without
lotte. City Engr. Pat Herndon has already graded the new baseball straight victory a t'mplrei: B r.... Jorda and Barr. lUna. J.1J. 1(00.2b I S S I SIWJoWLSb 4 5 I 1 1W.Ua..aasSIl homer that defeated the straight fight by beating Johnny"Honeyboy"
while Howie Pollet. the league'sbest I 'IIU.._... I IDirk.
diamond that be the Attendance! ; 15.303.Leonard I Philadelphia Athletics 2-1. ,
may new Spring Bratton in Chicago
quarters of the Pittsburgh ..
,
last lost his S S S I liflouLs I I 1 II 1
Pirates and Is ready to start planting grass. Ray Paschal, pitcher year, aWrlrb& I. I S "C\I.Ddlrr., I 1 1 5 4 The blow. with Pat Mullin on 1 Stadium Friday night, said yesterday -

negotiating for the city with Pittsburgh, says Itll probably be three Take Meet Lead fifth game in six starts. Lopat.p I'1! base broke up what had been a I he is retiring from the ring.
BOSTON [NI I IT. LOUIS fNJabrk.st
weeks yet before the Pirates, who are now looking over California abr.aRlL2b Notches Teats IS I 534't! Totals 31 iT scoreless pitching duel between The 32-year-old Angott twice
a Grounded out for Dickey In I Price Hal Newhouser and the A's I
sSISI&bet.2b 4511 I I champion. was pair-
sites, give out a training camp commitment. Tommy West, due Hol..f $ S.11Moers.d 45115 Chicago ---_. --.__- ---._-_ 505 tM tM-t I lightweight
Newhouser.
to join Daytona Beach this weekend, be in the PORT WORTH (UP] Vic Ghezzi ......c',,,,, I S S I .....a1.l. I" IS S >e r Tork Ill 000 .ll-1Emn Rookie Joe Coleman. ed against Gene Burton in the
may managerial
Hnpp.d I' 1S5Kuzvw.kL3b41131 : .I_ Kennedy. 11'.11_ ... Buna batted who fanned 10. went on to win Stadium's next big show June 8.
picture at Hogan's Brick Yard. Bill Leigh, the Lakeland High and Johnny Palmer turned on the a.);\Uott.3\l I 5 S I IIlauabl.r.1f I I I I S la: Kennedy. Wallaesa X; Biuuto. UcQulna. I his third victory against four de-I matchmaker Jack
heat yesterday to overhaul front- Sixth W. JnhAMn. Two baM bits: Chandler. In a letter to
golfer playing the State tourney Llt.biler.1f I I S I Sonbe.11 4 I S I 5RowlUt VictoryCINCINNATI IK.II.r. I
barefooted played without
shoes _
running Ben Hogan and take 1SSSSMiflos.ai 45113Mist. Stile buea: Tucker. 1 8crlrieee: : feats. ,I Hurley Angott said: "I am sorry -

because blisters. his own shoes are missing and a borrowed pair rubbed command of the Colonial National .. 423SSIdmss I 511 1101.5 I 55555torsess.154 I 41evu. trtowiea.ay .sad Chandler.3.... Left Double em ...play...::Chtcaao WalleaM.Kollo *.; I DETROIT ibrOlni[A] I PHILADELPHIAS strOll lAS : I can't go through with the Burton -

Invitation Golf Tournament with ... 11413P.flt.p 1515) [API The Cincinnati -' New Tork .. BaM oa bali: Chandler I: Lopat Lake.aaWebbai. III I : _.. 4 5531 I fight but I am retiring from
.,.
SPIlLS SISI3aDuiat 11115 1 Strike Sot: Chandler 4; Lopat I. Vmpl : 45545 for
SISS3T&ln.rf this time sure.
| the fight game
cards of 139. Reds increased their home .
II I Bubbard. Berry Weafer. Time; 1.3$ Attendance SSIIIlLszb..1f 45255
Central: riorl.'. tart.* DkskHkvMr. of OfflM CtVemeat Hogan. a normally slow starter ISIS. run leadership In the majors to : (4.180 EP&14L KelUb CUeIbWakef Xlfh.BmaB.ef$ : : : : 1 I He was on his fourth comeback
: : :
who surprised ne field by postinga J'llb' 11155 33 yesterday with three circuit d.lfMulllujf 1 0Rmar.a| I attempt after previous retire-
S S S S I IS5SSRrsrg.cI I
I two-under-par 68 Thursday drives but fell before the Philadelphia SlSlSIsIltnk.4lSS0Mue'kl.3b 55111 mental. I am well satisfied that I

SPECIAL THIS/ WEEK slipped to a 72 yesterday, and was 1'otala 31 11. If 11 I S 1111 Phillies 6-3 in the rubberof I I Baseball's Big Six I Mavo.bTrbhetu.e A S I I 5IH.odley.Ib 4 5 I S 1 showed the I Illinois Boxing
Grounded out for Point la 4th.b 4 I II lr| ,ln.lb a S I I I Commission that I could still fighta
passed by Palmer and Ghezzi. -Walked for WUka la tth. a three-game series. 7fewbouf.p> I S S S IWoIemaD.D I. I S 4Ilud.r "
_Baa for VTUber ia It\I. in [By Associated Press] 155.5 little.
"AfrHfhrcjicior Palmer, who had a sizzling 33 !: Dutch Leonard pitched well

I FLOOR TYPE FANS S4235 on the out nine came home in 1-: .for_ .Marlon. ---_-IB, tta. ._ Aol tit 1"*-XBt. I I the clinches to render the Reds'13hit I Player tThre*and lden club la each loan I *ab}. r h Prt.Unllia. :. Total 32513113 Total 3015175 I II I

37 for a 69 and a 36-hole total of I Loul .-- .. ora 000 191-X attack ineffective and Tiiera __-_-__ XI M XI S! .41JMcQulBn t Baa for Bnaar la II. FREE DEMONSTRATION
the Ghezzi Error H....*. Bun batted tat Torteaoa.VuL. notched: Tinkan '_ 11n I XT ..MoDllluuer. --Fanned for Colenaa. ta fa
figure posted his sixth
139. against
WE same Hop. Norther. ....... MaL Horn rua: victory : Brown XJ IN IT 4" ..XTTR1 I Detroit -- -- M* 000 MX-Xi of the NEW MERCURY .
after taking a 35-33-68 yesterday Mad. Sacrifice: Spaba. Double play B. Elliott. I lone defeat. : W. Glints __ X3 .4 IT XX .144 I i Philadelphia : : ml 000 001-1 I
DELIVER PhOne 8158 to go with his first round 17. I ana and ....- .. Left on basca: Bonoa t.ftt. I Eddie Miller clubbed his eighth Blauihtw. Cardinal __.__ IS tl 15 11 .141 l I Error: None. Bon baled Irt: Enr 1 HOBMma I 10 II. P. Outboard Motor
11 S. Main St. I Louis S. Bam oa balla.: Sputa I. Pollet X.Strikeout. Waite Dodfer _____ IS M U 31 .:U''[ : 1:..... Hacrmm- ken. .....r. Colemaa.MaenU. I See RALPH HA'GOODI
Tied with Hogan was Toney homer of the In the fourth
.: Spats I. PoUet X. Hit: off Pollet season I RUNS BATTED IN Lon on .hazes: Detroit T: PhUadelphla
Penna who fired another par 70 to! I Ia I lat np: off Wilt I .IB X; off Grodilcii I before the Phillies counted their NATIONAL' LEAGUE r"I : CA.s LEAGUETortwoo. (. Bae oa ball.: Toleniaa X: Ne.boojr :X.Btrlkeoat I 324 W. Pine (At Orlando WeldinfJ
S ia L LokiBf pitcher: Pollet. ",..pI_. Gore Bran | I Son XIUarahall. 1*. Phone 9C64.
folemaa St N.*bouer Vmplrea:
AUTOVISOR duplicate his opening round performance I,| FlaeUi and Barlick. Tim: 1:11."lIead......: final tally In the next round. I Gluts XtllDoerr! Bed Sox It I Faaurella.'*; ...,.,. BommeJ; aad Bur"' Tim: Complete Repairs OB AU MikflJACKSON'S
LICKS SUN GLARENOW for a 140 total. T41T. PHILADELPHIA [NJ I CINCINUTI 101at Ue.. Giant -...:::: Kennedy.' Whit Sax IIElliott. I 131. Attadanc: T.415.
other able r 1 at, ._ r II S SS.wwnts. I! Br* Only one player was :
I .. S 1 I 4 IIIBaWDII'.1f I S 1 I 'I i NOME RUNS I
; -- to break par. He was Johnny I "'aIIIPP.d C145Tstu.ct 052 15 !.I NATIONAL LEAGUE I AMERICAN LEAGUE
Bulla whose 69 gave him a 36- Dubsdread Gets Lnnl..1f 4SI1SIIuk.s.lf' 11125 ,I M. Glints 30WtUInen.| : Bed Pen 1Teneeon. SPORT SHOP .
1IrD aIdI.' I S 1 1 IIH.1b 4 5 112 1 I Mraeea .. lIKeller. Taste I':
1 hole total of 141 and a tie with Wyt..hjf. I 1 1w..u..r.e/ 4 1 I 1 I Miller ... (Iflonlaa. i. *..* S ..
ONLY Lawson Little who slipped from State Golf Meet &- ta.I. 4 I 1 f .IZ..tara.31t 4 5 I I 4Nandt.y30 _,.,. lodlana -.-- < "
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Tournament will be staged at
15555 Standard
1. 1 On All Wilson For Bicycle Rodi On All
day.HarVard Dubsdread Country Club on the HalloabStaUcam

: ( ALLMODELS Captures weekend of August 8-10. Denny Ben.* 15551 55555 Quarter RacingFINALS \ Sporting Goods and Reels Bicycles

/ Champagne. Dubsdread pro. an- etialaa 15555
W--: ) IKIddJeJIi 55555
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Eastern TitlePI'tINCETON.N.J. nounced last night. _
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/ The 72-hoie medal play will be Total M (11X7 'I| Total X* 3135714aiinglid REPAIRING
: Chee'' Eltestrain Doflaets Rain andSMttor [APIHarvard's divided into an 18-hole match Fri for Lleely .la 1111 tnalac.b RADIO .
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and 'atJlI -Baa for Hattoa la Itt inninc.e
-p.- powerful varsity crew day with 36 holes scheduled for riled .
out for Ben la fta tnalnc.i Tech
I IanaMs Sun and S Euillf; A4j..WHeaelli..ht annexed the second Eastern Association Saturday and Sunday, Champagne I i Philadelphia _____._ MX Xl' MM-* S 48 Ilr. Service by 3 Qualified
Cincinnati ._. __ _. ..___., 11* IM 800-3 TODAY nicians.
alineli" by Win Nut of Rowing Colleges .
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Ban batted in: x Walker X. Rates AU Work Guaranteed.
Championship on Lake Carnegie A field of 125 golfers Is expected Bemlatrk, Bchoba. Uuaoo. Mueller. Miller I S Lowest -
p.. ..- to drill. N* Int.rt..._ with aut. aortal. Add comfort and ***. U yesterday 1 b*>* kit.: 8eeaiaiek. acholts. ......lIer. EoO.\\ I C Pick-up and Delivery Service [No
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blanks with
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from Navy to win by two lengths Miller. Raenftcu: Leoo.rd. Left oa I

MAlL ORDERS ACCEPTED over the 2000: meter 'Olynipic"course. Pete Cooper. Ponte Vedra pro. Htkl PhlladelpBIa X. Biddla' T. nannnatl I, Rmkeouts,. Jtini Btddto mm L ball.HJ-.: FLORIDA LIVESTOCK Ca'l .%H Ktfd J308 'laeD U 'eed el Radio or Phono Repairs

ED 7AVfl 15 101 N-5IALN ST- Cornell was third a little is the defending champion, winning eel Betki T la X X'X lanian. UnIt I 4 h X 1 '3.Bein 143 N. ASSOCIATED STORES PHONEORANGE
il rt 1, U PHONE: 9788 : 'I' more than a length behind the i his title last Summer in S ta I: Blddl S la L LOKUK pitcher. EXPOSITION GROUNDS I 3300
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I Orlando Trips G-Men/ ; Saints Defeat Deland A :




Orlando, Florida, May 18, 1947 elr? frunfo.ii 1 &rnltnrl-&lar Page 9-

:Major Hurls 11-4 I St. Augustine


Buddy Behrens Defeats Wisher I I Tinker TestimonialFund
Leigh Captures
Nets 57,947.76

Victory; ClubsMeeiHereToday To Retain State Prep Net TitleBuddy $1,947.16 The handsome is on deposit sum of in Racks Up 4-2


Behrens of Ft. Lauderdale successfully defended State Prep GolfChampionship the Joe Tinker Testimo-
nial Fund at Florida Bankat
his State high school tennis title when he defeated Ralph Orlando. Bus. Mgr. Triumph

i Disher, St. Petersburg 6-1, 6-3, in the boys singles final at : John Ganzel of the Or-

Rollins College yesterday.The lando Senators announced -
Sentinel-Star] I yesterday following (1Sceto" The Sundov Sentinel-$for' ,
[Special! to The Sunday Ft. Lauderdale youth then teamed with George
tabulation of ticket sales DELAND-The St. Augustine
GAINESVILLE Gene Major I King to- give his high school the I for the Joe Tinker Nightat Saints made the most of six hits i'

pitched six-hit ball 'here last doubles title by defeating Allan Bare-footed Bill Leigh. Big Ten Tinker Field Friday. here last night to gain a 4 to 2

night as his mates combed Walt Dee and Disher 6-0 6-3. Dye AdvancesTo Conference champion from Lakeland The sum of 1051.16 decision over the DeLand Red

Biles for '14 safeties and the Or- victories were yesterday added the Florida was cleared by the base- Hats.
Behrens two I State High School crown to his ball after tax deductions Juan Perez lost his third decision -
-
lando Senators racked up an 11-4 chiefly responsible to placing Ft. i 'rapidly mounting list of golf titles game, on the 1104 of the season although allowing r

decision over the Gainesville Lauderdale in a I II. SemiFinalsPeter when he turned back Jerry Schul- tickets sold. Testimonialgifts but six hits and whiffingseven t
night
G-Men before a Saturday tie for the team theis of Orlando by a 3 and 2 by minor league batsmen.

crowd of 903 spectators. championship r' : score in the final round of the clubs and baseball fans Buonato on the mound for the
Only in the fourth Inning when I I. with Sara- prep tournament at Dubsdread totaled $896. Saints. was reached for 10 safetiesbut OUSANDSW

the G-Men bunched four of their sota high. Dye. low qualifier from Country Club. had perfect control as he EDT E

hits for four runs was Major ever The 'Joint Rollins College, yesterday advanced Earlier in the day. Leigh had did not issue a pass to first base. ,tl E H" YOU' I. L

out of complete control as he I claim for the to the semi-final round of the defeated Kenneth IT AUGUSTINE DUANDa' .
II Kiehl. another .. a! .5 r hpse. TIRES.
fanned five and walked but two.A I team champion- Orlando City Golf Tournament at Orlandoan. by 4 and 2 score to LakeOrangeLists Judy,!' I 1 I I 1'1'.01' 4 I I 1 I LItERAl.
I I Dubsdread Country Club by defeating Aed.rs.em51145Ihee.d' 455e : USED HE
settled
ship was gain the final round while Schul-
five-run outburst by the 1'1a1l..I.; S I S I \\11.11! I I I I 5 041
of the fourth by awarding Ft Graham Barr. Orlando theis eliminated Jack Kenna of "'01>I..kl.II" 4 I I 4 IIAI.SIt 4 I I 1 I MONTH
Senators in the top
by a score of 9 and 8. \\Uk...,. 4 I I 1 11)1 rHa.11I 4 1 .12 Z AMAZED
paved the way for the winners' I Lauderdale the Tournament officials said all Ponce De Leon. Miami. 4 and 3. ......'..tf 5 6 I I IViCIbse 4 1 I I 4 HIS
overwhelming martin. boys title and Austin WIlson. another Orlan- Full Slate ('"...II.r I' 1 2 I IIlelk.,. 4 I 2 r I5.eesmjt : U X r:
Sarasota the quarter-final matches would be doan. shot a blistering 75 roundto $ II4ITiu.d, 41111lssmatep 1.1.0V1AlCr E I.

John Garrison. with a triple and girls title. Fort played off today. The schedule capture the first flight consola- -----1 I' 1 I IJlerea.p _4_I_1 _1 _4 A NED

two singles paced the Senators' I Lauderdale had pits Herman Goodwin a "f'i'r 'tion round by defeating Bill Today's menu in the fast Lake- TaUll IS I 117 II| Ta.al. M 1 U 17 IS flRESTO
Ellis Smith I'c. Aulutlin Mt lit ieeDelaisI -4
attack with Craig Lebrand adding no entries in the L. : .. Gottlieb. Larry against Campbell of Ponce De Leon. 7 and Orange Mt tot lot-Stiran
-- League will offer two out-
three singles to drive home three aivmuu.. auu_ C E.. Hegler and E. A. Fleming I 5. Al Harrington of Miami Senior : Ra t. ftloai.. CJol.k. RUM bstted 'If.WllkM. :
5L110 CHAMPIONS
helped his own cause I against Dr. John McKay. standing tilts with the Winter -. kar linl. Mtlllwall. $.rl_'.. J.
Major
runs. Sarasota no enBehrens High. won second flight by downing P...... Tht..-kaM kill: Kar...la.kL HarriftmkarvluaL.
as he lashed out a double and a I tries in the boys. Bart Heald of Plant High Park at Zellwood and Apopka at Itoubl plum: VUlkaa t. Judi !.
krlMU.; M 1'rm ,. Ctoltk. I. M. I'rm. |>n
single. I 5 and 4.Combs. Umatilla games featuring the five- ,I m Sm... Kl A.I_ .. Ix-ltnd ;. bee Mi
Orin Smith led the
Catcher game schedule. Four teams Uma- alia til 1. Prm I. Wrurk Mil: IIJ BUIIMI I I'I.
losing cause for the Hoagmen witha I'rrtm ? Mil br .4I. <* T. b? J. I'rtM ,IkriallfttBipirn ;
blows. Feds tilla. Zellwood. Winter Park and : limoS lAd I..>1.. TIM If MM 1:(..
pair of two-base Trample Interprets
Winter Garden are tied for second I
Come in and equip car for
An error. singles by Garrison your
place in the loop with four victories II
McCullough and Lebrand. plus Player RulingsPres. and two losses each I
FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE behind Blasts summer driving and vacation
Brazil and Major Leesburg -
ttfjbles by gave I' Team W L Pet Ttam W L Pet. the league-leading Mount Dora ,

tfife Winners their five run start in Palatka 12-4 St DrLand Au.'. 20 18 12 13 .581.625'L Oatnet'e. sburr IT IT IS 16 .545.515 Al Combs of the Florida nine who has a five and one rec trips. You can't afford to miss ; -
the fifth.A I
Orlando 18 14 .5(3 PlUtkt 13 19 .406 I State League yesterday advised ,
lone run was picked up In the Binford 18 15 45,Dayton* B. 7 24 326 ord.The other this opportunity to buy -
listed for today
I league directors of two interpretations games '
sacrifice 'and Rnultl Ytattrdiy' .
sixth on a, walk a [Specks.to! The Sunday Sentinel-Star] ORLANDO U. QalneiTllll 4. find Clermont at Ocoee. Eus I Islanders 12-3 I Firestone De Luxe Champion .J "
of
National -
Assn. -
one-baser. I regula-
Lybrand's St Aututtlne 4. DeLand 2.Senford tis at Mount Dora and f
Tavaresat
t
SANFORD Sanford Celery
The 12. PaUtka 4. tion and cautioned league man-
Two errors and Throop's three Feds continued clouting the Leesburt 12. Daytona Beach 3.Today. about Winter Garden.Rollins Tires at a big savings! We J : >
accounted for three more '* G....... agers a league ruling. fSpe iol to The Stmdov Sentinel) 1 itarl; ] 1"I' I
bagger ball at a merry clip as they banged Combs "
Galneiville at ORLANDO. said he regarded .
a re- need used tires for retread .
runs in the eighth and the final out 18 safeties in registering a Daytona Brtch at Leesburf oMired player. mentioned in'' DAYTONA BEACHLeesburggreeted \I
two tallies went over In the Sanford at Palatka. Joe Maseda like a long (
12 to 4 victory over the Palatka
And if tires '
Article
DeLand at St. Augustine. 16. Section 3 of National Sweeps ing. your are .
ninth on singles by Bevil. Me- Azaleas at the Municipal Park lost cousin and beat their 1946 1I
Assn. rules to be :a limited service
Cullough. Brazil and Major. I' last night.' NATIONAL LEAGUE 'I pitching star in his Daytona only partly worn you'll j
player and that all clubs
rALATKA Tam W L Pet Ttam W L Pet. are required Beach debut last night. 12 to 3.
The clubs meet again at Tinker SANFORD Boston 15 11 .ST7BrooklTO| 13 12 .520 to carry at least four "re -rI' ,
Nr Npsa air Ipse -
New York 13 10 .SSSiPhilad'k 13 13 .SOO A crowd of 1,147 turned out to save money by trading
Field in Orlando at 3 p.m. today Gus.sd.b41eflI.M & 1 1 1 J Chicago 14 11 .SfiO'Clncin'l 12 IS ..429Pitta quired players" on their active Georgia SeriesThe
when Stan Zedalis will draw the (SomefTonrorr.* 1 Ielssrit..er 1 I I IMcMwus.1; 43331 4 1 T I I 'b It MtMilt 10 .24St.Vest.reI..yNttabur.h Loull I 16 .333 roster at all times. He also said pay popular homage 1939 to Tommy Islander West.catcher-The them in now. Don't put s j .

home team's starting assignment Ptnlarf I' I I t Klrkata a.rf I I 4 4 I 4. Brooklyn 0New four "rookies" must be on the I

to oppose Johnny Rowland of the 1 XtpolM.lk,.__... 4 4 I I I*11 I II.M.D t Las*U .111111 1 I 4 t I York 3. Chicago 1 (11 InnIng). active list at all times. Rollins Tars choked off a winner manager last and year Maseda-a both 21-game making it off COME f" -
Philadelphia 6. Cincinnati 3. II
G-Men. Rowland has won two and Yslda.lf 4 I S 1 tllll ti'eL1N 1 I I I 1Z..rsen.h4lISlIZube Combs ,warned that under ninth
: 11111 Boston 3 St Loot, 2 inning rally by the Savannah their first appearance in the local IN TODAY.
lost none to date. DrtI.*(... 4 111 118111I101.! | I I 1 I 1 I Probable pltcheri TodA,:'. Gam..s league rules players on a club'ssuspended Branch of the University of Georgia lineup. Maseda was removed fora

j ORLANDO abrissi I) AINCiVlllC sbr.l 1 Totals. 4111II T I (Woo and lost records In parcntheiM). temporarily inactiveor to score a 10-7 victory their relief twirler in the eighth.' I

L7t0ru4.. S I 1 ULripturt. 4 I I STkreop.d To.Ia ;-iii ToUlf 4MJ 1* HPalatka New York at Pittsburgh 2W-VolwIIt) disabled lists cannot be on the fourth in a row of the Georgiansand DAYTONA I LCESBUftd
iiBuk..s I ft-31 and Jensen (2-0) TS Sewell (2-1) and field or on the bench in uniform I eurSesi abrSes I
lot **t 4 14th in 19 starts for the
j M.n1ng.3b11l1OPaiito.3b; : 1111.tLlb : --_-_.: -.til IK :=MErran I Strtneerich (1-11. season UcGratll.cI I I I I R..t..11t. I 1 I I IZaader.lb
Bairfonl
$111141Th1..If| 4iliiOan1ar..1fll3Estn..1b : BniM ..-La...-1:__. ToneoTf. Plrtlt. Boston at Cincinnati (2)-Barrett (0-2) after a game starts although these at Harper-Shepherd Field S 1 I I 111It..bbi. 1 I I 4 I
411T1McCulk.2142ZHeUd Bum battad la: .. Zubi t, i and Cooper (1-31 VI" Blackwell (4-2) and players may participate. in pre- yesterday. I Roernrr.lf 411410so4.e 5114wei. !
i Vander Meet (1-1) .. Lt.lros. t
111415F$311.rf : l= I.III :... Tw-ba < SIIIeJoSeeeon.1f 31111Rbils.Th ,
RlrkettM Las
3. practice.Fletcher.
Philadelphia at St Louis (2>- Raffenai game I GeORGIA I ROLLINSebrbee I' I 4 5t'aspb.ll.3b$ 4 I I I I I
41I1I4tL. 4 11' kits: Uka. Kwkttaao. La*. >apolM. Thne-baM i .. ., .4
i bener (1-2) and Helhtzelman (0-0) 'i r II .,......... tUtP
Motl.T.. 4IllGsrms.2b t I IXa kill: Klrkatum. LoU. Bula ....... Lakai. Baerlflra. I "' S" I 1 lIaI.er.1f! I I 1 I I :
_.. IIl2Bfl..l tCoker 4111.3 1. .. McMamia. Douhla plan: VlrMaaus I*. I I Dlckson n.n. (0-5) and Burkhart.(0-2) or BrUI'1 Defeats I Rudb": :4 I 1 I: c I: e'ICu.311 WellmesIb; :4 I: I I t I 5Heinbe.elb 5 I I =3( : : : : IfHmblm.1b SlWaublege.o: : : : 1; I I .t:

\ Mlharaian. Errant to MeMento U. BlKaraiaa.IKtrajas Brooklyn at Chicago-Kitten Webb.3b I 1 KlIork.lf 2 3 IampI.et I )1........ S I I I IIIIaumsae' 'r.pS I 1 II
'l'atala H II M ST14 Trttterunad u, in. Hanford' .. Ie Baa Bryant.. kill Loft: art*o Prlisars kat Palalka.. l10Jtt_I. i Schmlti (3-2) (IJe.De.tO.5(3 3 : : : IFcIr.r ftTelti..e I ( : ; : ; I 5 M.sdewe.p I I 1 I 15aTetrault I II
11111Totals
.- for. 5tI.s.. _'ta 401*h.OrUado 801 11-11 IItiatBMTlll 4 L *nwk *ut: N, drtssm t. Klantaai. 4.,..Hit Bul-bypltrawr AMERICAN LEAGUE Winter Haven, 5-0 Gn... I e I I IKI..r.lb I 1 I 7 IeWeng I II
: by atain-w Quaaadsl. C.pl :
Ttam W L Pet Ttam W L Pet. 1. I I 'HaMOd.1f' 4 I'IIU..rf I 4 I .
It I -.17. YMulo 44 1213 17 IIe.TriplM
*B.--Maaainc.- toe ne lUnl.MW MeCoIlauik.Fuatat t tZrron 3. kck tad Hoell. TlM *C ....: 15: s. Detroit 18 8 .617|I Wauhiogn 10 11 ..478Boston Fletcher Motors of Orlando. \\ I I I J "I Ur ryd".e 4 I I I 1blAetue for >>..... k 715.Ii .
: : 15 11 ,577IChlcafo: 12 14 .402 I I I I lIeausell.p I I I I IAId"a. I
I. Lytorud. RUM bitted in: ItcCulIoufh with Ollie Barker hurling two-hit. InnIngs1eesburg -
New York 12 11 .S22PtUladera! 11 14 .440 ... I I 1 I 1I11I..rbrua.. I I I I 1r. Sal 11I1 IIID.
I. Bc* ll J. I.Th-buS Major WU S. Lrbrud BruU.L Il.tawau,.,... Smlta HOM.Tbroop 1. Two New Umpires I Cleveland 10 10 .500,St. Lout 9 16 .360 shut out ball. defeated the Great ...... I II ........ IW.tiL 101 101 IIIS
ThrabM ktu: ...-. Throng Matem tMaaas: Result I Ycsttrday Southern of Winter Haven team. I Wallace.p 111161'SMile .:non: 0- BIrntf'C' Wet. 1h0. I. Maaeds.Nepole. .
New York 4-4. Chicago 3-3. -----1 ----- ... .
flumes a. Rid' Runs bested I.:
Xauav.M Idtewd.bun: OrUadat BwrtfUw.. GalMwrUI: )UMtMT I.Garrtaom.left Butwite Named To FSL Staff St. Louis 4. Boston 2.Detroit 50. at Exposition Park last night. II r'M II Ui II ,Itl I.T........... 1416117 5sFlied Itld..J. ItebtItes. .-. C..plJrll' I. IIttltcor a.
est
2. 1.
I Philadelphia Fletcher reached Buagaiter. Tetjssll .Twe base
L BUM 1. 1It't t br Woody Leddon. WuhIngte. J. ..
M tutor
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Washington 2. Cleveland 1. b--8..1rc1 tee WIllIsms III Rb.tifurgie : R. .
MOOT 1. IU.... .. Wild BltrhM: ..... BUn 1 Pres. Al Combs of the Florida Winter Haven hurler for I -- -
Vlnatni ptcb. : Loalni plirter: Bila.I Today' Gam* seven 04 AMI /437 him i; ; ; ;;;: ;;;;. ;. Rldinraj.. Rlotea' ha ra:
.. State League yesterday announcedtwo Probable pitchers: hits. Rolllu *OI 41* Sli-ItiXrrora Went X. Zander. IWiUes' X. NepMe. K.da".J
tem: : "laal BoUo. Tim el gam* S mI .
I (Won and lost records In parentheses) : WVhb S. MrBrrrtr. Gaj. Williams.ne.mnltd' .
CKEATSOUTHERN FLETCHER MOTOR Ttoiihl pier flblle* t. We*. Left' w baaeiMolrars :
I league umpiring changes Chicago at Washington (21--Drove (2-1) .CrheI' obrCe : 4s.:.... T.hR..... batted la: t. Dayton S. Hw m balls. : off Maned,
Harry Starr of Montverde. first and Papish (1-1) vs Haefner (0-3) and Bin.bat,!b 4 I I U''ullu..311 4 I I I 1Dro..... Willi..... Tastes X. MrBmto 4. 4. Bunibaraer 4. Meadows X. Struck tut: byMated
I LAN YOUR VACATIONIN cousin' of Ray Stare of the major Pierettl (0-1). K. panefBryan 4 6 1 I P. B.-... 4 I e Wrllnaa.... Ulalark. Cos Wataoa. HuduM. Tbr aba .. 4. Bunuaracr 13. Hit off: Ifaaed. la
St. Louis at Philadelphia (2)-Potter .rt I 5 6 "Hlrko.11 I I I IIltous.3b hlla: Blalork. Miolra 'Sews: WcBrjdf. ItrtftUo 7 Inalns II cad I ......: elf Meadow X InnlanX
_______________ leagues has replaced Joe Bolla. (1-3) and Fannln ((1-1) TS Fowler (2-3) andMarchllson s.evLb..e.t 4121H.uklin..e MarrlrKva: Sternly**. r>la.lark, KUnrfrllfr.Hanrack. and t niBs. Hit br nllcber: by Msaeda.
Elmira. N. Y., ,and worked his (3-1). I I i I 4 I I N J.8O..f 4 1 I I Itauble pl...: (:.,. Hurt-wn an NORTHCAROLINA : Detroit at Boston (2)-Hutfhinson (5-1) Ml M ba-m: (Xirsla II. Bnllina II Haballa .
Uwialk III 'brkor.. Usieda. nplres: Lsielj. lloblrr and Cooper.
4 121 .
first game last night paired with I:i and Trout (4-1) vs Ferris (2-2) and Hugh- AIII'k.1t I I 1 "W.Jd.s.lb I I I I I es : off >:... &. (smile 1. Wallace I. ..
Hank Winston. I lIOn (1-2). -.... I I it.Wi..les. .. 4 1 I I S. JMrurt. mel by raielle 2. SIlls: off HH
Cleveland at New York-FeDer (&.J) fl W.Lad4ns.p I" I 'JTUJIi.nu.ir I. e I K.... U I. T I/I III"''''; 1* nID'; Wf arrlloII Lake Worth Wins ) ? ::'
with the Sam Sincore of Leesburg. who I Reynolds (3-2). 11'.rrord. 5 I I 1 'la 8 I/I Innings: T rum: off HallaM I la \
RUSSELLSHAW had been pinch-hitting since the I !K'al.*..ll.lk t. I S 1,1 lODloti. I runa: elf Kaurrbnin e I.. X/S i .
LAKE-OMANGC LEAGUE Issings. e nuw. Hit by pitcher. 'by (.....11. State Swim MeetMIAMI '
season opened. has been returned :I Team W L Pet,Ttam W UI Pel. Total It ; S It; Totals .i, 3 AMrrmaal. Wild atirkea: Vtallar Wmnmgpllrber LAY AS t)
I I I Mount Dora S 1 .83J:OcoeeI 3 3 .500 Winter Haven __hhOOO 000 : ('._11... Loalnc pllrberEtana.. lot'
and Glenn 000-0
GUIDE to a reserve status I I Umatllla 4 2 667 Apopka 3 3 .500 Orlando _. _...000 202 1011-11 elms:, Borll. Brlbn-k. Tie of .._: 1:11. j I [API The Lake Worth LITTLE AS 7'7'I ,
Cooper a St. Augustine sporting : ZeUwood 4 2 .6S7,dermont 2 4 J33 1.......: Bushes" 1. Raiklna t. Aterk 1. Kir 1.lrhieue ,I boys team and the Fort Lauder- '.
-:' On sal at newsstands I Winter Park 4 2 .667,Eustis 0 a .000 1. ..rr_ .. ball f, Alan.
to L Au. In Vlrhaua
store operator. appointed :
goods
I Faultless Wins Withers dale girls team yesterday won the WO&,, 1 tr II4,
f B akitorts. Win Garden 4 2 .6671Todays) 1. Barker' I. Tut bait bull VIrIt... 1. BaM ; ,_ ii,
I or tend fill his position. Cooper worked QmCleitaant .. M bells: off LrddM 2. B.rktr *. ,Smirk nt: by 22nd annual Florida High School s rn''b,
Me ,(ealn) toIhlw' his first game here at Tinker Field I.1 Winter Park at Ocoe.at Zellwood. Lrd -- .
Ouldt.F. Leddon. Tint
pitcher of
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Friday night, paired with Elmer Apopka at Umatilla.Euatia I tint YORK (TAP Warren Pratt General Hospital pool. mu.05 se

0. Box 296, B. V. Sta. Lavely. Tavares: at at Mount Winter Dora.Garden.INTERNATIONAL I LSU 12th Wright's Faultness yesterday won
I Captures 1W
Miami 37, Fla. COLLEQC TRACK LEAGUE I II the Withers mile at Belmont as The Shop Well Groomed Men

Clra4 AIM 5. Denver U. 15. Team W L Pet Team W L Pet. SEC Track Title Jet Pilot finished fourth. Prefer ,*
Jersey C. 18 S .1i87Rochut'r: 13 13 500 Coming from fifth place in the
The only air-conditioned shop
Montreal 12 9 .571,Baltimore 12 14 .462 I
Mtwark 13 11 ..542Toronto| 10 14 .417 BIRMINGHAM IA?] Louisiana field of seven after Jet Pilot and in Central Florida

Syracuse II 8 .529 Buffalo 7 13 Jll State fought an uphill battle here the speedy Owner's Choice had II EOLA BARBER SHOPA.

CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Rochester: Mnultt 10. Buffalo Yesterday 9. yesterday to win the Southeastern run each other into the ground L. DIckinson Prop.
Baltimore 8. Newark 4. I Conference track meet for the through the first three quarters ofa
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Syracuse 4. Jersey City 0. 22 E. Washington St.
mile. the tall of Bull Lea
Montreal at Toronto. ppd.. cold. 12th time in 15 years by nosing son

BRAKES RELINED i I out Georgia Tech. the pre-meet swept to an easy two-length victory YOU SAVE 3 WAYS
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION with Walter Bra-
Team W L Pet.Team W L Pet. I. favorite. 52 V points to 47. Chrysler's
DRUMS TURNED t Kansas C 13 '7 .6SO I Louisville 14 12 SlSIndlan-pla 12 13 .480!I with 36/ points. Next In order place. .
Columbus 12 12 .500 Milwaukee 10 11 .476 J" Sau.e.
I, Toledo 10 10 .500 Minne'p'l', 10 15 .400 i iNnultt were Mississippi State. 26; Tulane FLEflSTorment t ,. cz: BY THE FIRESTONE

Easy Payments On Overhauling I I YesterdayIndianapolis 20',i: Florida 154; Ala- Dust ..' :
2. Minneapolis I 1. X't
St. Paul 10. Louisville 2. I bama. 11; Tennessee. 7\\; Georgia. ,: : I LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE

A. P. CLARK MOTORS Inc. Toledo at Milwaukee ppd.. wet grounds. 3i and Mississippi and will kill the fleason if:;;
Columbus at Kansas City. ppd.. rain. ;
; Kentucky. two each. Vanderbilt in ( JY I
SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE: failed to place. j your dog .2 Sa4Ie MORE ON MILEAGE
SS9 N., ORANGE PHONE 2-0716 Team W L Pet!Ttam W L Pet. 30 seconds-if it fails it :
Columbus 21 12 .636,Oretn'e 16 17 .485 AND SAFETY
Jaekson'e 18 14 .563:Macon 16 18 .471 I the
Cloud is free! Harmless to
I Savannah 17 16 .S15Aususta| 15 17 .4(19 Elected I
Charles 17 17 .500 Columbia 12 21 ,364
Rttulta Yesterday I. dog. c5 c5Sa4Je TIME AND TROUBLE -
Rifle Club
Greenville
I 16 AugUsta 1. Prexy I-
Charleston 13. Columbia 3. | The Trailer we liBYa been waiting : 1 lb. box _ $1.00
Columbus 11, Macon 2. H. R. Cloud was elected president for and the Trailer ;you have been Vi lb. box 30c USE THE CONVENIENT
A Savannah 6. Jacksonville 1. looking tori ,__
'?" of Orlando Rifle Club at I I
: SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION the organization's annual meeting Built right priced right I Sold by Feed, Seed l and FIRESTONE BUDGET PLANt
Results Yesterday' I Better than anything we have seen
Da gaines scheduled. Friday night at Cloud's camp on I since: the war. Hardware Stores.
Bear Lake it was announced yesterday 21 ft. *1.751
FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE
PatentedWILLIAMS'
Results YesterdayMiami 23 ft 52-US
o Beach 9. Lakeland 4. I Other officers named are Joe 27 ft. -12.695 CHEMICAL CO. eame

Tampa Havana 7.7,Ft Miami' Lauderdale 2. 6. I S. Kirton vice-president; C. H. Stop In and look this Trailer over. MANUFACTURERS e4e FEATURES

West Palm Beach 3. St. Petersburg 2. Cubbedge. secretary-treasurer and YOUNGS' TRAILER SALES
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Page 1 W till] gmtfog! &ttttttttl- tur Orlando, Florida, May 18, 1947 : Sanford Farmers' MarketThe

.Stock Market :1,IClosing. Stock Quotations II I foUowr prices dealers received of the as


Aleno's Torrid Pace I STOCKS IN THE SPOTLIGHT HtII Hie" L.w Last1Soithsrii I Sanford State Farmers'

doZJo4id41s'th.h. Hitting New York AP) Sates. closing .ri end I Paete __ 3' 33'. 35' 35" I ISuthern for produce sold to Market
of the f,iftoen ad
net ehan** I lISa 255.
Continues Dip stocks yesterday.Comwlth u.j Southern :: pi- : 60. 395. 59'.. I II dealers, up t 12:01: am. May 8.

I FSL's First MonthS & lou n.o.Z no. {I II I SoarU Withing 1 4. 4 414So.rry 1947. .
r Features NT Central I Corp _____ na 111. n.
: .- I y HUI MOSHU I C..r. PUS 12SOOVj.. 'I Spiegel U :. 55. I Beans. Snap Bu. Hpr. ) -2.00

I [ ; The Sunday Sentinel-Storl] MARKET AT A GLANCE ." Dist ll.OOO-MMi.. 1. | Stand ind 2 375 27's Cabbage 50 lb. 1.50-2.15
t NEW YORK tAP) Stock ntMllm ISO Tl .T.I SI.800-i/4 14 Stand Cal 544 553\. I Sack
Commercial fishing interests are giving Florida'ssportsmen SILVER SPRINGS As the Class D Florida State cantinu*. 1"1 U 1.100.Ut1.. Stand 01 led _on' I 31. Celery Crate 5.00-5.8

some bad moments, by sponsoring legislation League ended its first month of play with games of COTTON BONDS: :Lr.;rails Isto tlido mill'till buying further.lifts Am Allegheny Pow" Lt. 11.500.i* 1,. Stand Oil Oil N OhIo J _n___ 31 1 2.'.. 61t.211 68fiad 21.. Celery Pascal B.Crate Sack 3.00-Sts|
Y.
should it become law would set back Tmrs.\\ Packard Mot S.SOO-SVk ne _--__ 11'. I Corn Swe't,
which, apparently I) day night Chuck Aleno, DeLnd's ace infield star 'net CHICAGO* : Martin Ol '.3OO-1*.. 1.. SI.rln ld8t8Ire Dr __ 7 34'. 31 31 Cucumbers Bu. Hpr. 1004.00

this State's conservation 50 the recorded WHEAT Firm commercial buying. United Corp S.JOO-ZV, t,,. g'ot.I-VI.Camp 4 153. 1 1 1.75-3.00
program years. I slugger with highest average ever by a loop I : ; Colum Gas & El B.200-10 I.*. tone __ 10 12 1 Eggplant Bu. Hpr.
CORN: Strong rt d.mznd.OATS
Sportsmen quite naturally are greatly concerned, remembering -| claver at the end of the month of play. 1 : Firm with v corn strength. Pan Am Airways '.10.7 Studebaker Corp u:8 1'. ietSusray Lettuce. Iceberg
fist
... S'.i 5 .
as they do the many years of unrestrained pillage of the ,I & Official averages released < CATTLE HOGS: Nominally: Nominally steady. I Armour 1' Pict.C..10-2 l"O.lt Sunshine tWn. -===: 4 : 5'. 5' Cat Iced Pack 5.00-5.25.

State's natural resources (only in recent years has any semblance I terday had Aleno hitting -434 .t.d" Swift I Co ___ S 32% 32 32Tezas Iceberg
.500 or better ball to maintain New York CAP) stocks T Pack 2.00-2.50
or order been introduced into the fish-and-game picture. And even I. Thursday drop of 24 N YORK IAP The stock ClosIng : Co _____ 5 61". 58t. 5s5'Tess. I Crate Dry

) now Florida still has a long way to go! To date only a small start has tough the.week, but 43 point their standings as the 1-2-3-4 yesterday emerged from I ACF-RrUI Mot __ _Hn.9 High 7V4 Low 6'. Lit 6!. Oul Sulph 0 2 48" 45's 265. 45"sTez 203. Pea Field. Bu. Hpr. 2.5-3.00

been made in conservation. ahead of Leesburg's slugging Dug clubs Mgr. Buddy Lake's Sanford its heaviest losing week since last i!' Air Redaction -_-. 11 30 30 30 I I Yes P.c t Trust -= l n,. 17' 17'. ,,I Peppers Bu. Hpr. :.5-8.0

Johnson. Celeryfeds, sparkled by a double September with a further nosedive Alaska Juneau _. IIS 10 4>. 4H 4VA'.lethany Tide Wit A 01 ___ I 1'. 155. II.I Potatoes
However there is angle to this proposed commercial fish Corp 3 3 .
one 31 Transamerica laSs Bliss Bu. As 2.00-2.50
Red Hpr.
I The week saw some Grade A victory Thursday over their ancient .to a new average low for better Allri Lud 8-1 ... 10 32tt 32tt I I, Trans West Air- n_ 2S 1.. H j .

legislation program which sportsmen generally overlook. slugging on the of at least rivals the Orlando Senatrs.won than two years on the broadest 'AI Chem 'DM_---._ 2 147' IM IM Corp ____ 13 S'. U.. 5% Potatos
T'-o.
seven men. and par result they I six out of nine for and most active Saturday dealings AliMI.Am. Alrl.. -h 11 4S 30 5"4. 304 8*. 30'4 8SAmn U C.POK _nU_ 33 293. 253. 213.Slnion '; Red Bli Bu. Hpr. B 1.00-1.1

While talking recently with some attorney-friends: with whome moved upward Into the select and moved into fifth place. in 15 month.As I 1 & Rad 1 4l, 4 4 I Bu k P ___ 1 2' 21 2f i

law school at both the University of Florida. and', John Toncoff's Palatka Azaleas and Amn Can IBBI'. 88'. Union C.rblde nU 110. Yellow C. N. Bu. Hpr.
once attended i circle of .300 hitters, or improved Friday relapse, Amn Car tt Fdy 8 :37 I Union Oil Cal ____ 7 20 20 2.50-3.1
Jchn B. Stetson University. a new light has been thrown upon th1gubiect ': their already high marks in that I hit rough sledding losing six out preceding downward sessions sellIng Amn & For Pow _. 10 3'. 3H 3HAmnAFP2Pt 'Union Pacilic 2 1'-. 124 U.Unlt.d j Sweet Potatoes Bu. 2.5-3.5

possibly the commercial fishing interests are Just wasting area. of eight and sliding into seventh was attributed mainly to growIng |Ann XomoU" -__.21_ 43 13'IS 15'!. lit 1 1'. United Air Lnn ___ 1 '. 2323t.17'4 17'-.. 1' 'Tomatoes Crates 36 1 Ib
'I 5.50-6.00
time! I' Jay Stebbins of Leesburg came place. Leesburg won five of eightas I apprehension regarding a possible Ama 10S 10 9>s I United Alrt.f____n n 1 1'. 2s 2'. Carton
their I AnuS Bad St 8 63 12H 12 IJi. 15 48'. 4.'. 44'. Tomatoes Crates 40 lb. 4.00-6.25
with 17 hits in 36 trips and did Gainesville: Orlando won substantial business recession United FruIt _
_.. ;
'
up
no lawyer never having finished law school. having'switched Ama Roll Mill 58 2S 2Sl. 2Si4 0 215. 21'.sIU .
are ,
Now we Unned Gas loiS ,
which Don Anderson pounded out five of nine. while DeLand and later in 1947. |Amn Smelt A R __ 7 49'. 49'. 49>. S Gypsum ____ 4 09'. 57'4 21. 524 -
at the last moment to the writing profession. may 'I Mg. 37 trips to zoom into 12th St. Augustine split eight decisions.At I Other liquidating factors Included I Amn Stl Fdri uu_ 20 2'7. 2ftt* 26'i. : U 8 IncUs ChrIs _u 2 44 4. 44 \: Oranges Crate $2.75
but do. have sense I I | Amn Sutsr Rf u 2 34 34 __ 43'42'.
23 UIU
not have been an intelligent move- we U 8 Rubber ,
or may and 14th place. respectively. that the race continued.tightas skepticism over wage-price I Ann Tel & Tel _.. 20 10H 160 1 0'Amn S Stud _un_____ 6314w !, CHICAGO LIVESTOCK
enough to let a lawyer handle all our business affairs; and we have Boerner of Daytona got 15 a drum except for last place for I I problems, labor legistlation. tax Tob B ______ 1 64
leatned long ago that it pays to take a lawyer's advice even on such Gorge 30. while Bill Stelnecke of II only two and one-half games sepa- relief and international affairs. I Amn Wat Viscose Wks___n____ 67 41H 13'. 41a 12', 41'4.Amn 12V, WII.orh Co. _____ 74 U H"II" Hti 1 3414 II 2.SOO and 4..tlmte3lb elite 2SO: compared Ibs and week under stesdy.welthta : barrow .

matters as "?TOng parking" tickets. What the legal theory regardIng I DeLand produced 13 in 30 also to rated the sixth and second place Goo dividends and earnings I Amn Woolen __nn.. 29S 28*. 28'. I West ,Ind Su Pi&__ S 22'. 221 22l. above 25lbl mOt 255 lo".r

the commercial-fishermen and their selfish legislative program I improve themlves. Mario Perezof cubs ) were ignored in the I Anaconda Armour ft Cop Co _____u 88 56 33 10'>.. 32 10>s 32'10'i. West U.Air Tel Br A__n_ 21 12 28 17' 27. 1'., > sows Salable around rattle ht.bn.I.stmatdttal not

amounts to is this: DeLand with 13 in 33. Mgr. Lou I league's top two hurlers as majority of cases. 1 Assd Dr Goods _10 14. 14 HAtch I Wutnc. ___u 13 2314 231. 23'. lIven compared 30 .n.o

The State Legislature has no power at present' to change the I Bevil of Orlando with 12 in 35, far &wins and losses were con- Yesterday's losses, running t> All Coast S l nn_u_ I 71 42 70 40 L la, 40'i 701i I Wheels Motor_ Steel. ____n 2 4 32 20t.'. 323. .. to closed eholre 2J-50 long lover yearlings choice and .kinds scaling'

fresh water fish setup! This Is because the Commission Game : Jim Zander of Daytona with 12 in cerned as of midnight Thursday two or more pit. were shade''All Refining _uu_ : 32>'4 32'. 32V4 I Whit Wlllya-Ovrriand -u_. 69 7' t'. 75. 1200 lb. upward showing full decline; all
34 and Al Bryant of Sanford with were Jack Beumgarner of Lees- here and { All Corp _____ 21!. 21>. 21!. I: Wilson Is Co _u.2 11. 10'. U'. choirs rsde rattle under pressure late In
and Fresh Water Fish derives its powers from a Constitutional I ) __ 43'. 43' 1 and heifer yearlings
Woolworth eireptln
13 in 39 also bettered themselves. burg with nine stright wins against little short I ____ I CPW I veek. .I.M
of covering and bargain- Bald Loco __ 1 18 17H 17 Worthies P __ M c.Un 950 lbs : predominantly steer
Amendment which was voted upon and approved by the people I' While last week's first division two losses, and Billy Stanton of buying and a handful of pivotals I{ Bait ft Ohio .____ I "', ''. IBarnsdaU Y ) 35M *ran. with medium.to. l ....M trades I

the State of Florida. clubs-DeLand. St. Augustine. Or- Sanford with five straight wins II managed to show modest ad- I Bell Alre Oil_._:_______ I 22 11'%,. Sl'. 21 11V%! : Toun.lt 8b &T 2 50 53'. 344 .new .bOth instances on ernn up mostly to common to med-

; Consequently, any "laws" which might be passed by the State lando. and Gainesville-played against no losses. Bendlx Mist ____ S 28's 1 28 : Radio ____ I % lam. trade 5 price rn.. In steers

concerning fresh water fish either in behalf of the commercial Ben Ind L n_____ 7 22'. J1V4 21V* Z.nlt Products S 1 1 1, tradinc medium of
:Legislature unCIAL STATS LUlU AYUUn Tltl" THURSDAY .lIT GAMeS vances.Dalng were lively through Beth St.l __uu__ 15 78". 77 77 I ro a final tosal I : extreme to'I.; .
;! fishermen. or the' sportsmen. would be of no effect should the fLllDA MAT I I of 980.000 shares IIJ.-Knox ---- I 33' i 13 Z' .o season V 25; Inctnl tOi. .' .
L..t This 15'. H'. H'. .t.r .
; courts find them in conflict with the Constitutional amendment which dab S Ab I M n n Ir I" n Si H. Ski W't WkTi.L.asd compared with 240.000 a week ago i Bolne Airlane.n___n 1 40'. 40, .I COTTON CLOSING I'''I4.SO with :t.lh.d lIght. steers or.ln'2'.late SO and at

Sivcs the fish and game commission its powers I __ IS 14 0 f' 'f' 1 I 44 HI IS 1" .! .!U and were a top for a two-hour I Sort-Warner u___ 1. 40 38s 38Brnlt NEW YORK CAP> Cotton future cle Ion yearlings. 26.22: choice 950 lb. h.l.r
U 1. UI .!"? _____ firm with el
OrI.nd. II II. Ill I I 1 t 1. 11 I stretch since Feb. Atrw 5 l's 5 II today cams 3 eentt t 1 25 00 .to low-choice
1946. :
IstI Ii .751 .077 I: 16. I Mfg ______u 1 30' 30 30'. kale in stow tfealinaa.Price I.-o 2. 00-25 50 mostly; comparable .
:: m :: :: : : : m : m steers
is interesting; theory and looks reasonable' to the layman; $ : 3545 3! 1C .2'S .175 The week's total of 6138.045 I Budd Co _______ 4 10. 1I.. dipped 51.35 I kale on early trad dod 'kinds 2125-2500: toed
This an ,:.. _._ 3i 1. 15, n II I' II 3" HI 1 HI 1. .IU :1' ,I shares was the largest Buinva Watch __00_ I Mllm. kut *_n.. at the asses .. choice y.arUn.heifer
D7 1:1 since the and
and of course you cannot pin a lawyer down to much of anything, but I 1. :01 U I I' 'I :: 11 I" .:1 .:1 Hurling Mills ____ U 1'0. H'. flurry of null ."...* and cvrin9 which common and .230245 n"1
., ..___ 1M? II 21 Ill .345 .145 Pf'rio concluded April 19. Last Burr Add Wach _n U U met scarcity ffer.n.. surh trade
: m 1 only sprinkling
it does look like they' had something there! : : m m : :: : 1 and
nevertheless :. =. .__ lCSI 11 I i 150 I 133 .773 .IU I figure was I C : Merchants .reverted aellin; futures 1TJO19SOstock cattle sympathetlraKystrnni
If this legal opinion I is true the commercial fishing Interestsare eLlis IANDINe' CLUS FIEUINI 3.02,71.Auocaf'd Call? Packine 2 25% 25 254 against_ purchase e surplus raw cotteo to 255 hither supply small at 17 5021 -
Laos T5I.S Press 60 stock 10 ls 2 2\. fr mills. yearllntI.strictiy .
I I C.Uah.1 ZLud n 1I I .00 on te choice stock
wasting their time in seeking new legislation.. And iportsmen W L 1. A I h Lab w'l W'kDL" off .8 of a point I I Can Dci J I'i 12', 13 Memphis ,1.icI said that China liesanother choice".diu'kinds held at 22.0 loslnf
e :: ...
.n IT .. .502 1, rompole wa Canal aCllle 9' entt .ICt. 'e the acutely cows
wasting theirs worrying over the situation. I' 2' I' T. I 11 I early 50 advance
are ._ _. ..4 DLn" .$44 .. a low since Jan. 25, Carrier Corl __ U 1'. 12'. 32'. May-July period, include steady cutters I' down canners
closed
The Supreme Court of Florida some time back held that Under iL AI.'tln_ _ _-_ 2 1 1 t .547 lt Lb.Alrti.. _.__ T.7' II 1. 1, a I" ..3' ..4.I 1945. Cue an __u__ 11 29'. 21'. fund.for purchas e than 10.0 moctly 00 but u.d..lht 0 and
n.. .1 II .1. __ Celanese Corp __n 28 15'. 17'. kale of cotton. Th would be 1 01 1000
The Constitutional Amendment from which the Fresh Water Fish and 5.5,5,4 IlIa IS .SI' G.inss.ths __ 1.: I I I J ::1 ..4: ..tSr"r It was the widest Saturday dip I Cent Foundry un_ 7 I. I'. 55Cerro t.... t* th* 2M.OOO kales fe that e..t" shelly medium beef cows 14 50-17 50.comlODand specialty

Game Commission derives its powers, said commission has full authority -_- I U IS .5" l.nt ___ IU .7 1 .. since Jan. 11. The week's loss of d. Pa __ n 5 301 30t. 305. for which credit recently was arrangedbut beef rows to 21.OO. with helfery kindsto
Prod \ which has keen held up from shi.
__ lit 845 % .3. to 24 cent
.UI 7 .1 C.rtaln-T.H 31 1' 11t. 22.00 and above: strong
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over fresh water fish "Wherever Found. Read that again. Disuse useS .1 I. I 1 ... 1_. TM .3 11 1 I' 15 .. 3.6 points was the most severe ___ I mont by difference over foreign, exchange.Open hither *t IS 00: .bull 1750 down: vealers -
Cb M So & P.. _n ''. e'. I'. High Low Last down selects 27.SO.
Chances of the commercial fishermen having the Constitutional INDIVIDUAL LUDUI Soltif. tuSkS I II 1 I' 3 1.!1.!I' since the first week In September.It Chi .4, NW ______ 28 1',. H'. H*. July n.'332 31.52 3.-1...11-14 Salable 1 00 hIther sheep at 100 27 00 estimated: total not

amendment repealed are very very slight. Moreover it would take (.255 ...u.z. .Us I....) Kr4tis. St. A. 2 I : 5 I.. .%7 was the broadest brief session Chrysler Corp _u_ 58 12. 12.sCIT. Oct 39. 29.4 29.17 ..1.1 given: compared .. ago receipts hut
L. This I SOurhe. G.I"uL I S Flnsn 3 38 31 28.2t 28.S* Z..26 28.S4-SJ .1
I A 3' De after mid-
time. So we have got material here.for considerable thought, at PI.yw Clu" S A" I M l..rbI W'I.w.t L.. 0.1.. s:II I I U I 1 .: ..275Ainm.1)L.Sd since Feb. 8. Of 899 issues register- Coca Cola u uu___ I 14 H2 12I Mar 27.78 28.03 2.T 28.03 .up 11 but seek demand vooled naro"e. especially larsely medium

least and meanwhile sportsmen will do well to combat also the $5113 I 4 5 U :..3. .. D.". 2 I. t : 1 5 24.782.277J.hiu.sL..sbg23114 ing. 699 fell and only 70 rose.Casualties I CM.ate.P.1m.P __ Ill : :375.- ::1': May 27.38 2.6 2.1 27.Cln u. T and : trades: .uop\ sold steady
U S I 78.4m.uIs.zi. DL 13 ni. 1 1.!.2n CoO 35 Ii', Ii i2. July 2S.80 "n up C .o .ooltll than
for Z.n 2.
line of thinking which Is responsible for the proposed legts- 2 2 .273 i the day included r. -o-I ; .. Z5.1 early fully 50 bUf
wrong SiMm. I. 23 II S a 2 25 .1" .1" .ka. lar" I f I 10'\.. 10 10 Middling 3.52.. lambs offered food
latlon such as the commercial fishing! Interests now seek. | J.sl. ... t II 21 I I I 1$. 35 .153 I A.. ... t 2. S 1..%'7 ..272TsnesiT. Allied Chemial. off three at 166: .g :r Credit -_ == 4 37 3$". 37 I N-nominal.NEW 20 and loads choice clipped predominatingthess> around
lS.330J421B1tdl. Siiled Still 1 :a. 275TWessp __
21'4 2n. 2B. I
I and good shorn
"Itll 1 I I. 4% at 220 I II Sl.nt u 1 25 hither with medium
other Florida needs education U .IM I 55. A. 21 J' 5 1 I' Wester 28'. 281. 385Comwlth '
In words.
more along cqnservation Or. I : .t 111-.11 f % .11. IIR. Chrysler 2'/ u ORLEANS (CAP Catten future* advanced lambs up more: Sprint lambs and slaughter
1.1", .a 121 U S 1. .853 Orissli .I U I' S 57 I 2 at 92!%. Santa Feat 1 & South 319 2. 22.. her yesterday on trade buying and ... scarce. steady: .. '. top 2325 for
lines. If Floridians were properly educated al lof them-the ideas _'. nU.:1 14.31 S I 1.! .1. Jsd5tAss.. I 7 % S 4.212.750 i i2 i 70'/8. Youngstown Sheet' Cons Edison u_ 27 25" 25 25Cons weekend short cerin,. Closing pr.csgWere one.car toed and choice.B4 lb. Colorado
of the commercial fishermen would stand not the slightest chance!II 55,11. 0.1. 1 1 .IU I..DL 11 1 5 S 11.275.251Lake. Nat Gn __ 4 40. .0- 1 bulk wooled lambs
I 2 1 two at 54. Douglas Aircraft 2V 4 steady 25 cents t* $1.20 a balo fed wooled Ismbs. 21.
I" II : I S I.Ia .S7 slims. 27 12 S 4 1.SeS ..55 | 'II COM Vultr ______ 1 12 1 ; higher top fed clipped lambs 22 25 111 .
Hen". ..' 2 I 1 I S 1..3 .1:' I at 50. Johns-Manville two at 109 ConS : 14514 I Open High Low Close 230 with No. 1 Dlt weighing 110ID
.. t 1:7 ===:== 35'.
a. G.IMd Z I .13 and Coot Can 36 35' 33.73 other choice fed
U. S. July down
LE&iE55: 5sntorI. Gypsum 2 ; at 87 ue 5 *
FITCEIMI : StaMen 'te .. t 3.S 3. 3ol0. .O
I
I .II T 7
Ut 5
Cent Motors n.6 '
ltbl..LI .Ill 1 a I.344:1 II I. IsiS '; ROtA. DLn. I-I; C... Others on the retreat Oil Del S 37'. 3n. 3n. Oct 1.24 1M Z'.1 U.U.4.up 1, clipped Ismbs with 1 and No. 2 1.11
Dutchess Lucky Bob Top Field Prl. 3 1 2 ._ G.I-I were U. S. Cent un I 21. common to medium Tri
: 'W. a.tyUI. .ndil ____ D 2..4 2.5 2 02.0.
at A%11 I S II .254 .325 in"' I .. I Steel. Bethlehem General Corn Exblnn 160 50. 53 53 up 1700-2000: few
I Subs, .= -i: ; :: :: : : : ; 8' D1'& I Motor. I Corn Pouct ___ 1 166l.\ 44t'. May 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 choice native Spring lambs 25.G. most
: :
Wsdd.ll. 11 Iim : : Montgomery Ward. Crane _nOn 1 I-bid. 2.3 2.5 21.3 ..1 good and choice wooled slaughter owes
For Championship Races CIO.k DL' .US :S I l' DLn. Bi. I Basfrid .1 B ': buck. Bond Stores Glenn MartinI I Crucible Steel _____ 24'Is 23'. 10.50. with fat shorn I 00-9.SO.
Today : .
1. I G.r.I lt AU'UtIM.1 Zal. 0.. I Curtis .117 ''. .
.1' I .7 Pblshe I'
Wllkei. '1. A. I 1. 1 1 1 I P .111 11;..D.. Pa.lh.2. ; Iwt U a' Lockheed Sperry. American Tele- Crl-WrlJh _n_ 61 4. 4. 21.1 CURS STOCK LIST I I The stems of rhubarb are a
....1... Ortsls I I U 2 I 23 ..:5 .IM I I.. G.Inl. phone, American Water Works. !: CU.r-H.mm.r ____ 6 1. 11 urnisbelI through courtesy Merrill I
Dutchess, a 1944 Spring filly owned by Russell Farmer, Ridgesy. L'.br, 1% I I 5 1.%1.. OTHER LADLR5: Anaconda. Lynch. Pierce rrnnrr and Besot.Aluminum : source of those all Importantfood I
i
Bryant. $sntr4 1'IUBLP.s: AIls, 11. 5.Suirurk. Kenecot. Dow Chem- Co 21 325s 31 Co. of Amer------------- 50'. '
Wauchula and Bob 1944 colt owned % 11 I r..pbl & minerals calcium apd iron.
Lucky a Spring by .. Dl I I 2 .! .3t TRIPLEI: LaS.. 7: Th. P_. L ical. New ;i grC. ln--=:: 6 34% 34 34 I Amer. Cyanamid Co. B Unuh__ 40Amer.
Bob Deen, Bunnell emerged with the fastest times of the 1.1..O.i. I' I I I I 12 .! .29 IAC.I.ICEI; McCarthy .n 1. SiDes Railway Standard Souther k West n 37 5t. I I Gas & Zinc--------___ 37'* I The leaves must not be used, for
I IUI"k ILA I lI I I 5 7 7e .II f. (NJJ i, Edison __ 1 235. 23 23'. Ark. Natl A. .._ .____ 3'. although the green tops of most
trol n I Ga n
elimination races yesterday in the first half of. the 1947 : A I ci 4 U .212 .:' ITOL" BAses: Asdsrsos 13. ."In II.Hsndirsos Schenley American Tobacco "B" ': Corp-Brag ___ I 11k. 1.. I I Amer. Traction .-._.,.,..,.. 20U considered edible !
Dl .24 I' S 4 I .! : I BATED r Aless .s R.. a and International Dome Mines ___ 17'. 11 1 Ashland Oil & Reft. -_ 10'* vegetables are ,
Speed Trials of the Florida Quarter Running!: Horse Assn. $Il'raaa. ln" .1 2. I S S U .25? a"xl Tb. 1 Ppr.I Douglas Aircrat __ 1: M' Barium Steel -------2- 3'. those of rhubarb contain oxalic i

Bob whose time yesterday was'4 MeC.thy.. 1 Il II I I 21.1'1 HII AI_ 4 ; B.n.r, .. 1'1.u. Homestake wa up Dresser Indul n__ I I 14 Creole Pet. Corp. __ ...... ._ 26*. i which is poisonous when
45 and Eastman Kodak one I duPnL n____ 3 17!. '.. 131. Cities Service n______ 25k 4 acid
a : in large enough quantity.
__
23.3 seconds for the quarter. con- Patent Arm n 29 :
Dutchrss will meet Brill's Peppy at 44. Small advances were 1.1.1' Air L _on I 19a 19'. 1\. I Colt Stores Inc. ___n________w. "3. I IEire.
tinued to be regarded as a fa- Sue. Roy Browning's Uttle Audrey shown for United Cigar Whelan &' U n__ U 1211. 1 I Bond'Share Co. ________ '*. '
Major League Averages I Emerson M 21 & Airplane Corp. 2
'Tortte. but observers agreed and J. L. Glisson's FannieG. n ? :

.
anything Oliver Corp. and American Can. Eng Pub Servics ___ 40 25'. 25t. 2Sa Glen Alden Coal Co. _nun_ 17 I
*could happen In the quar Their time for the eifhth- Railway bonds skidded in the Erie RR __ __n__ 4 I% '1 5'. Or. *7.1. &Pae. Tea Co. ____ 964Humble

ter.mile championship race this mlle ranged from 12.4 seconds to I F ': k Beta. __ *.
NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE Saturday proceedings. Cotton rallied Tel k stud __ 22 5t. S 5tiPlrrston& Hecia Mmmi Co. _nn_____ 1 .
afternoon. the four contenders 12.7 seconds. T nrard *.!. tnrluit s>..plsrtd Th nnrdi *lo* In'I bAT lit* at the last and finished up Parm T k R __ a .1, 4054 40'.I I Lone StIr Gu C. ___n____ 1'. I

being clocked within four-tenth of Tightest race yesterday was the May 14. 1'1 plwl Miy. 14. 1MT' 30 cents to $1 a bale. At Chicago _______ 1 25 34Florida Niagara Hudson Pw. Cor. _._
NATIONAL LEAGUE CLUB BATTING Pow ____ 6 .
a second of each 'other In the sixth. when Fannie O. a Palatka Bmklra _. Zi Tt* 11 11 IS I II MS .745 AMERICAN LEAGUE CLUB BATTING wheat ended offi up 3 Y4 ,"I G 1 1 1 I NI..B..m.nt-Pond Ot _--- --

eliminations. Others in the feature horse. won by a nose over Dusty Club B Ak M Iklkbrrklsk Pe.BWM Club S H I I kr rl..Ps. a bushel corn t 2% to 4 G.n Elee _________ 2) 32' 32 32Y. IStrod: un_- 1"1 fAs
__ tss lit Oil 41 1 IT 111 8 ..tilNw cent Gen Foods 2 40'40 40 64not.one Corp __
race include Mark Brttt's Booger Bailey owned by Harry Westbury. .2 5001e. I TIT 18 III I t It 111 t MS ahead to 1'i. I ------__ ____h___ /
Tor* _J *. $455315581 I 1 .ITS I I1// Gen M"ton nn '1 5'. 52* 52% &bul. Ine. ___ 355 1
Red Farmer's Cotton. and Sonny also of Palatka. rhllvMphia _I T 1.Itt .8 .S Chins. ._ I,I I IM 14 T 8 1 1.153 Offside Curb movers were American I O.n Pub Utl __ 11 13Gfllett. I P. & LI'h_ 1' 1;
''Sorrel. owned by R. F. Baker Scheduled for tomorrow's races PltUbarsb ...... '3T I 14< 1 I I .1"1 Clmlsnd IT .. TS 141 IS 1 1 Tl 1 .230 I u__ 2 25 St. Reels Paper _-. -._ 7!. ,
CMtas.21 T14 111 1* 1 $ 4 Cyanamid. Cities Service Goodrich (BPI 5254 5154 51'-. Technicolor ___ __ -__ Mi
n
Plant City. with time records for yesterday's rinrtBBttl-IS SO IIT Ml I* t 14 M T .14* I I Wuhlniu. IT SS* 41 14* II 1 t I T ..IMPMralt i Electric Bond & Share Middle Goodyear 'r a .. 3 45* 45' 45'OrahamPali. I Textron _______-- -._- -- 1 .
In the 220-yard championship races are as follows: BU LMIS __ 2 IIS 74 IM 1. I '1 .2\.1 --- SI **4 $214337415 I 1..t4* : Scot 20 3': 3': 3': Un1U4 Gu Corp. _____ 14%
Terk II ITS 7118131131 !
Hudson
S i West Corp. and Niagara ','G' Nortbn Ry Pt I 31'I 38 38 W. V. Coal k Coke ______ 10 Y
Post Tim. NATIONAL LUlU CLUB FIELDING I1.d.lpl. !1I" 111 tt t t 1 t .!4 I I Power. Turnover here was 270,000 Greyhound Corp n_ ZR 2727'. Kaiser Frazier _nU______ 35 iAt

Posit. Iflml.t Bon. Owner Saturday Rider ChiN 8 ro A ( DPXL PC. I.' 2 T. I 1.:( I .1.:3 week Grm Alec En ___ 10 1'. 11\. Flh.rl.1 ._____.__ II.Ser.1n .
shares
rirst Rac tPursi S22S t k. aplll 40-M-20-10) LouIs II M* 111 1 ITBreoklj. ...* versus 70.000 a ago. Gull Mob &Ohio 6. 1.* .. --____--__----__
1. P.llperu _Freddy' WlllUms.*Orlando .____Pt___ Cl Tim,d. Lon 2M __ II P' 24 \1 ..1:1.ITS I AMERICAN LEAGUE CLUB FIELDING The BII Board Monday suffered Gull OU __uu_ 1 5*. 51 51 R. E. Wolf
eSb$ A
B P* E DP PC. I
.
rsh I HHa. RANGE
2. Kina Raneher .5..y Bvedellus, Melbourne ____ _. rll.. 1 % 1 slide since April GfAIH
.. Lamar Sapp Clmlutd ____ 4J1 205 T .55Wathlsgtes biifs ___ .
4' 4
27 5t.
3. Poll Zu' _Cecil Cowart. Orlando ___ PMUddphl 2 IT -ITT.ITS 1 % Mfg CHICAGO lAP) 4 out of 5 who ask for I Ia
4. Thrice Hancock- --- .....Dewey, WUbanU. Tampa Jl"i: :: ___Tommy Barrow rhlut _ _. 11 18 !4S 11 14 I ____I 4<* IM It .503: 19 on share I Homrstake MIs uu 14' .. 43 O.n Hills Low CIoN '
-, Don .Jordan _ Batten ___ IS* % .004! __ loan at Tersonal/
RH.IIM I SIT IfT 1* !1 '1 7 I 2 Declines ranged from one to two i Hou.IOI Oil __ 1 1 1'. 1'. I WHEAT:
rtnrlnnstt __ _ 4J1 114 Detroit __ Sll .Ml Hudson Motor ,. May 2." 2.5454 2.10 Is "Yes." That's why"
Byeond Sacs (Purs .. 1271) (Third plae wUnar* SaL *>**t Tim 2:" I 1 I I 1 i 4 1 11. 1 2.10' answer
Norfolk
1. ".llI. ?---_Asro Btory. St. Cloud __.__ ..______ .Tnt ___ su 1:3 Mi : New Yet. 2 .S4* :% IS 2 .551 or more point generally. July 2.243,3 2.213's 2.2". 2.Ut. folks call the "Yes Man.
? Thlrii __. 1* ; me
__ .
Triple Pltubvria I : IllInoIs-Central 31 15' 2.1 Z.D .
pity- :
2. LilIes Pet _x. w. Williams. Palalka __ Jimmy Brooks .1 & was an exception add- 1 10. S.t 2.1 2.
3. Johnny A -_Aaron lito,.,. 11&. Cloud __ _.___ B. Myer $t. LMS! ____ SS4 11! 11 .15 I Intrlak Ion ____ 23 I I'. I 21' 21 4 211. Smal monthr payments.Up
NATIONAL LCACUC PhllKklBhl. __. tt 4. 147 IS .. ing four points as a splitup petition 2 I CORN:
4. Tventi.tlvsDurtinc.. nn 1 'I 1 most
Ranch. BrUnton __, ___ Jy )dstthewsThpd tepay on
Triple pliy-Chlris* __ .
INDIVIDUAL .ATTI. MECOBDB was filed with the ICC. Urgent Sot Nick Can 1 21'. 21" 29a May 1.S'/s 5.7121.75 1.77
Mac Plsyw.Clvk B rkl s* ,". lInt Paper _____ I July 1.$34 157 1.53: 107Sopt aut o. Complete
I l 31'1. .
(I'UrM of 8125) <8* *nd plies winner .L) Pact Tim 1:1' .3 selling toppled leaders Tuesday prvac.
1. Bandy Btvwart *wey WlltsnU. Tampa .. Tony Oonsales Llnn..t.Chi. ___ I I 4 I .S7 AMERICAN LEAGUE INDIVIDUALBATTINB I Ins Td di Td n14 10 I.. IMa'I" ,. '.5' 1.5. 1.5" 1.5' You can get $25 to
----------- CM. 8 I I 5 I S .5 to low since October. Dec .
? RECORDS a
?' Jl1** ------DoyI. It. Carlton. Jr.. Wauchula _.: Clyde Lett 'D.Iad. lAIc. 1.441 1.1
i I signature alone furniture or
4 I 2 I I 2 Un 100 ,
------- Cecil Cowart. Orlando Tommy Barrow L'.ne.B.k. .58 4 Club 6 A b. H 25355rr55 I' Spllinsr rained In thp nn 10 OATS:
4.: Dusts Bailey l ==H. X. Westbury. Fa Is Us4T ::====. Jimmy Brooks 1.1.BI Sill * .t!* P.I..y. S 0 I I .. momlntum Jones St __u 30 28Y. 2' 2' May '4' I" 1. H loans.
------ Pl.__ f I I I .4s* I I C... IMtmlt S I S 1 0 0 0 I fnaTiWlih losses running--t K I July U. I .. I Write In to see
I Feurt" *... CFer Champlmship. 220 yds.. Pur InS. Tim 1:30 iildw. B.t._ V I I I .41* P1,0,5.51.. hi. I I .$.1 so. Wall St. KIn City lol1l_n 1 16'. 14 16Kennecott I $181 or come
Pt : m ; :
1. Peppy ?UJ.----M rk Brltt- Winter Ordet 12Bee.R .____ Tommy Bsrrow Hsndln. 111_._ S M S 1* S S S ... MOM B 2. HJifi.Audrey ., BreW1i.l.... Lakeland .-12 *sec._____. Jar Matthews P.dott. __ T11 I 1 I .S7S Millla. Dtralt -IS (4 IS t* 1' 1. ment was exemplified by the sale Kro'if Co __nn_ 1 U U ULael.d. 5ARLEYz low. If you phone first, you
3. 0 ... OsiDras.tl.r. Pitts. S I * .175 flilh.ri.il. Bo.Um I :. T 1' ..115RydMHl. of a Stock Exchange seat for May
JU a'1' PsIstks12.7 __ I 1.0
Brooks
Jimmy
4. Dutches -Rau.n ? Wauchula ____12.> see _P__ Red _. PitUlwrsh S I .1 .S7S h_ 4 S 1 S 1 S S 1 ..SSL. Gu ___ 1 '0. 4'. 4% LARDS can stop In to sign and pick
srm.r. aee. Cosine L"lle. Bt 1 I 'I' 1 1 T .171 I .*. ChI.1ul_ a I I ..175Lih. $50.000. off $5.000 and at a low I Lblcb C &N t'. I'. 5' July 17.57 17.57 17.51 17.57 up the cash in one visit.
rn Sacs W.lb.! ( .SS7 4 S3 S S ..171Dtlllnsw. since April 3. 1945. I __ 8 Sept 15.20 15.20 15.20 15.20
(*".. ef MS) CFourth plieS' wli._" SatJ Post Tim l.M: I I I I Wullnle I I Gila t t t
1. Duke PltUNin, 1 1 .37 : Lull 4 S 1 .SSI Libby L 21 I Oct 17.75Nsy Open Mon. thru Frl. 9.5.Ennlns .
Russell Farmer. Wanehnla ______. __ Clyd LoU 11.11 I 1 't I 1 I I The backswing slackened a bit MeN' IV. -- -- -- -- --
3. Smok.y N. T. __. X* T I ..144AO.BI. I .. 10%
I Early BL lAsh S I I .381 10'
t I 1 1 I.
Ale AppointmentCosfd
---- 8f>brln Btbrlns __ Tommy BarrowTony I! 1.1 1.1 by
1.1 1.0
n\idm."riV. Vr0en ( ..SSa but Inc IO'n
m Wllbanka. Tampa ... __ PblL W. J.- T. I 1 S S I ..S7Apnllm. Wednesday a recovery attemptfollowing i L. -- 2 2 20.
4. Bis Dewey G'ull.1' .** M I* S 4 J* .SS* Cklrsi T S 1 S -1U 0.I I DOW-JONCS CLOSING AVCRAOES4w Sat.
MrOeDe prWt. Tampa _____._, ,_,_____ J. Brooks % 1 %a 1 1 the signing I
_
H.UOT, Skim 1 1.15 CIr.fl. t 1 S ..IsaMrln. Pesident's Murk Trucks ____ 3 4.25 42142 > va (VPStocks >
Sixth ___IS S S S tdau I 2 of the portal failed to CRHI ._______ 5 31' '. 315Macin. .
Rae. Mary
(Purse ef S2TS Third plc winners ..t.) Post 4:11: rul" B'b 'I .5 X T. 1 I 'I I I I ( .14* pay I" 31 : On High Lw Cle** H.t Ch.
}. Flsetioot -----.--- ". Prtd tampa Tim, P't _1* 1 1 S7VerDin. 1 1 I .141 DI.k" __ 1 1 1 5 S ..333asiekwbmhw. follow through and minus marksof Midland : $i I Inds 1..1 1(4.(1 1M.S8 1(3.21 .<* 1.1 I e74so7iatFlHANcE
.. 8ereant 5111 _j C. Dryden. Tampa- _---= Tony-- Gonzales FI._I 1 17HolBM. I 1 I t .231 a I 1 .SS3 I Marshall Field __= 23',', 22 22' J Mails' 41.IS 41 JO off CO
3. KIng Kleb.rgRerman Turner. Sarasata. _._ _ : Jordan _..___1 7 I I 1 1.131 r\tmlm\ .. .P. 1* I 1* IT 3 11 ..SITFwi. one to three points predominated Martin COLt _.__ 07 15 14 I"aMldont 2 Utill 4.1. 4.1. 12JS 12.M .48 8.JJ
4. General c. Drrden. limos _. __ J. SholU S rr. No Yo?..._ 1 ..131Wltsl 7Mr.it II I 11 4 S S 13 ..114Bwlft. at the last on a total of 1.050.- Pd 1. 34'. 3.' 'I Sfk S7J4 Of Orlando
-- -- nii. Pt. .S11S41 ..131Gilbert. II Dwnlt __ 1 I S 3 0 S ..:3 Mo-Kan-Tezaa __31 3'. 3. 3' I, ends: 1.1 1. n.n.f. .1. 24 South Or'nl Avnu
I 1 I t t ..113Miss. M.I.. BiMtM 3 3 3 8 000 shares. Ward 2. '' ______ CI. (Stairway Federal
.th ac (Pu... .' 5325) (Iscsod plae winner* Sal) Pst Tim 4.M: Pbl. 1 I 1 I .323 'MontJOI 5' 41. 41. 4 Bond -_ _. -_ 0.23 c
I _______ cDrjint.. Tampa J. SholU N."a__2 71 !! 3 t..524Marshall. HI'- Lnls I 1 .311 There was a fair comeback Nlrl, Corp __ 1 a I I 10 lit Plait __ ..... .,, .12.I.f. '.. Bakery)
: aJrLck-:_. g: w- WUltsip.- Palatka == = J.: Brooks X. T. 1 71 1 2 S 1 I .31* .B.* 14 7* 1 I. 5 T 1.SK Thursday with the 1* 2nd Plajl **.*4ffJS boa 6w _eeI
3 -RoT Brw m.. :.-, Matt&ewa 8.1 Braokln I 7 I 5 It* .SI* H.aI,505 111 .31* average recording Nuh-KHIDatr 4 1% 1". 1% 1* Util .. ._ 107.7 off B.02. 1. I
&-------__H. E. Westburr.Lat.l.ltc ..______ Duke SolanoLiOtli MM*. Chins ___1" In S ..1 I Rin. Phils ___311115 1 1* .313 its only advance of the nn_ 1 1 I 110 Ind ,._ -------=::--104.29 Sf0 5.04: w '
1.. *. Cine. 0 1 T S S 11 ..111JarswMM. P.. Clmlsnd _IT (4 11 I* I S 1 4 .313 week but volume dwindled to Na Auto Fib ___ 10 I.. l I". I! T..di. in stocks used in. avrae 1'I ._ (
*.c Fee 1MT Cnam.5.eahp. Quarter Mil| Pun S37SI" Tim 4.SOClyd B'km 1* T t 3 1 .SIS Turk,r. Chins -- 1* 1* S 8 1 .SIS Biscuit ___ 4 2'1 27. yesterday: rails. S> Phone -
I. CtOI ----_Russell Farmer. Wsnchul .u23' see __.o__ Lett T.- __23 I 1 2 t I t 2.313 P.I*. Phllsd'lphls 31 TT I t ..312INerT. 770,000 shares and new lows Nat Can _un_ I 5% I. (40; I..d..t.i.le.65.3 .j I Orl.nd. FI..H.
2. f Sl'Ji'K'1 --nW.rk Britt Winter O.rd.1 _.23.sec......_ Tommy Barrow BW. __ It S7 1 I S a ..SISHill. Bmuj __S* 84 1% 8 1 4 1.31* ere plentiful. Na Cub Ret ___ 35 3.. .I .t.lti..23.40 .1.30.
___ Tl S 8 S t .31* .' Prod S 294 29 29
-- W. Jr. ... Jl 3 see_ CI. 1 1 .Ilt. Chins* 18 I S .1** Dairy
t Sonny Oorrei ,_ r. Baker. DLB rle 23.S see_ CwieriODhIP Wslkar. Bt. l>Phl. S* II 4 S .31* Molk. 11 5 2 I I S I .SS Strong liquidation Friday put Nat Distillers __ 30 18. 1' 18V.
: = X rth ,. IL.It.t T* 1* 23 I 4 11 ..33fiilaa. R.. Turk 1* I : 1 .1'1: the averages through the October Nat Gypsum _._ l U" 115
n. __ I 11 1 8 1 U.. Cto.luid I S I 1* .11 I Nat Pow & Li ___ H. 1% H.
I 1 I
a 2.nr rap Presented *y Southern Livestock Munirr. Bu LI T 1* * (.1., Phil. .._ I 1 S .!... bar market low with. declines of Newport I..dv.t n_ 3 n 25 23
champIonship *uan.r-ml. cup presented by Florida JouDI Mul BOSK _tl 1 1* t I 1 .!** /t._. DttmtL I 1 5 I 1 ... to more than four on N Y Centr.I RR .In 1 1 121NTChI&Sti.Pf
_. SwIss _1! 1 4 S I.M4Cmmr. Ra.t.*> I 1* 1 14 pit S .1. 1%
DIMI.I. I I dealings of
>o Tark 7 1* % I I 3 11 .IS 1.1. n.t __ I' 4 I I 1 4 .13 1.430.000 No Am Alaton __ 20 4*. '
Crcdrk. SwIss _I T 1 1 S I t 14 I I 1 S 0 I S .304 since April 15. It also was the North Aln n_ 20 34t4 24' 245.
(bin.
,Gators Maul StetsonIn Hatters closed their Home base -Bt. llll _I 41 S I 1 1 .11 pmr. 1.. It I S 1 S t 1 t ..ItlGrsr broadest session since that date. Northern Plcll 48 11!. 1. A
1..b. CI_ -. IS* 1 1 fl. 11 .13 *. Wsih. I S 0 3 ..23L.hmr. i 0Ohio ii no u n cing
ball 1 1
'Hatters' Finale season yesterday by dropping; M M. 11. IS I I S ..31BlMht BL Lois I S 1 I i .21 The ticker tape was late for the Oil __.-_ 1 2 21. 2'
I Bt. 7* 11 4 5 5 1* .31 14 It IS 1 1 1 .178 Corp .
first
a lopsided decision to the University .1. I I Ullll Clll.n" time in .a month and pressure ODbu. 1 .
IS I I ..SMMmlbH __ 3 24P
DELAND [API r.n.Chins I 1 S 14 ".kel. 18831818 333 T .177 Otl U. .
The Stetson I 4 S D'. I was so pronounced that 750-
of Florida. 19 t 4. Earl Chins* SI 1 1 t 5 5.101 DUh.1 .17 I 8 1 4 3 t .ITS
Cm. Plttikwtk 17 IS S 5 3 1* ..IMC.fsmlls. BL I 1 2 1 I 2 .173 000 shares changed hands in the Pa Gas & Zies 2 35. 35" 35" 1
Stephens hurled eight-hit ball for j Cklns 51 M 1 14 S S 1 S .18 KM.. r.i..1 I T 1 1 I.ITt I' Tin Cons 5 3'. 3. Mr. J. J. Griffin Jr.
.1" I final
Be visit Florida. T. _.I* Tl I II 3 I 4 1.:. T. _. 1 1 1 t I .1: hour. Packard Motor __ 5' 5'. a.
to -
sure I 17 4 5 I _t. rhll.d.lphl. I S S .' I An omitted dividend by Genn Pan Amn Airways 1: 97. .
1..lld. hlL .2 I 1 t.1 2 1
Florida .420 002 722-19 19 2 Lt_ Cn. Il I I I .%7' Z.rtlls. BL Lusts 7 3 1 S ..MTRMrlrk I Param Pictures -__ 23. 23 23
Stetson Oil 000 200.- 487Stephens I kin 11 M !I I 1 S ..174rhrtTlni. N. T. .IS I"1 S S 151.288P53k I Marin weakened aircraft There Park Utah Con M. 2" 2V. 2' MANAGER
ORANGEFISHING rklrin 2 f I 1 1 1.!74rmils. ,. B. __ 1 14 4 1 t t .". no spot news for P.rk. Davia __h_ 4 35\ 335. 355.I .
I and Barnes; Brock I !I 1* fit I.171 w.._.r. BWMI _._1%(8 8 I S ..14B the -slump aout I P51100 MInes 5 10 10 10
Fox and Keams. Edvirdt. Biwkln .!I t 1 I 1 .ITS rra. Nr Tw% _. SS I I 1 I T .U although bearishness i Fennel 4JC) '2 39% 39% 33%
.'.I Chins _,..1 s 4 I S I .!.. Phllialphls ,_ 4 T 11 I I 1 S .154 was widespread In brokerage P.nn.Cent Alrl! :2 55. '. 7*.
LODGELOCATED Blsttmr. N. T. ___11 a S S 4 Mt W.h'lle.I 14 I 1 1 t 8 S I .1%* houses. Penn RR _______ 1". 1 II ST. CLOUDOFFICE
Br.a. Bntn _I I 1% S 1..241liaise. Tn.Ey. 'u.I..t_ IS 4S I 1 I S 0 0 .15 I P.I.loola .___n 40 21\. % 2:'.
A Good Place To Fish
Bt. .1 1 1 S ..SURxlMkl. a.w"l_ 'Ia 3 I .It PlM & Co 1 3. 39 31.
OAKLAND I, I'U' _1* I T 1 4 1 S 8 ..Itswilil. IOM. .I..c D_ 7 1 I I .15 Eggs and Poultry Dodge ___ 1 3' 3'V. 3'.
ON. LAKE
., PIt _1* 1 1 384 I ..ivJsms. Tr.. Du' __--_ 1 4 I a I 4 Phil. lies _n 2. 2 24 ,
APOPKA BETWEEN nuiburth1 :l 1 1 4 .%U L.. 0 I I I I S a 1 JACKSONVILLE U Florida nearby Philco Corp 4 23' 23. 23"
FISHING DOCK *. ( .... I I 0 I I a S I .1'1 I fresh ecis: Philip Worl U 24.. 2' 28. OF
OCOEE AND APOFKA PITCHES RECORDS ..dl.N. T. __ 4 4 5 1 I S I I A salts t Phillips ___ 1 32' S 523.I .
"0. Lake Apopka" Pltehsr-Clvk ClkHBkBCsWB L ,. 'al.ra Botun II T* 1 1 I a 110.234 ntane"N. Cur. I Pressed St Car __ 11 9'. I I
*... PhUa. .14343 111 4 S .5544 Qr.d. A wl I Procter 585. III
Her in a boutlful setting o palms BotsBat-Motors Mho. IU.M S SS I 1* IS S S I.ee* PITCHER BECOBD I I I Wit.Pu Pub Sn.. _._ U 2H. 22' !. I
U a Lodi that will evef John TU. Trnkl.N. T. '___ 8 11 4 I I. 1.. Pltikr.CI S I* H kk .*i w I Ps. I ITt I tarn #.Pr V. I Pullman __ 10 53. 515. 11. ACCEPTANCE
tishennBn's ber No I. CrmU It. Oakand I .Mh N. T. $1s74 4 3 3nslt 1._ PaSTelS ___ S 44 I II It 3 S I._ 'I MedIum n 21 !' Purl 01 2J 2. 21% .
been Ipae the (. .51714 I S 1 3 1 TtlMrto __ 8 IS 1 4 111-1.*** '' Small _-_ 1, ft
and modem facilities andequipment A_.. Bb t tl II I 1 1 SJahMM. 1.- B 11'" l' 5 4 1 1.- 1 1WIthms. Extra 'Brie __-____u__ 1 Ii Radio Corp ___ f .% 7. ...
Yet prices are reasonBble. B.. 4 152 1 S 1._ I Cklnt S 3 3 1 1Rlllwpi Sales direct to consumers Radio K Orph 12 115.Remini CORPORATION
Her ire just a few of tho Ll. Chi. 4 II 1* I' I I. lee* Chk4f -- I 13 13 1 1Zvtwr. .- I Net pu Rand n_ U 26'26 21
attractions available: Chlrst 1 S 3 1 1kuk. lM I' B __ 3114-1 1RutrhlnMej. .- Grade A wt. alvb Avia _nu 4'. 454 %
man .. Chins -_,__ S 1* II a. 1nusln. leo ..Ptt. It Jl 4 4 ... Per ds. Dl, Steel ____ 1 2)%. 23 2)
S EXCELLENT FISHING BWM __ 1 I 1* T f 1 1KsrU 1._ MtrrhUoan. Phi. _._ t 1 1 I.It 4 t 1 ..7SITracks. I l+rt. -...._.__ 24 I esMedium Revere Cop 'Br 11, 1%
Bostnai __ a 1 f I' 1. I' -- I It 1 I 1 ..TMUna. 21 Rrnold Tb B _4 3 36. in theHUNTERARMS
S NEW R.sh.e. Pitt. ___ 1* S 4 I. 1511 *r..hlast.*> t I..I 1. 5 1 1 ..TMHudm. : Small .._- ___ 18 e,'
BOATS AND MOTORS .BL iMl* 5 5 I. I.*** 1.ubln._ 4 1 S S 1 .'1 Extra line 28 68 Safevay Stonl 'I 20% 205'. 201
Uoasid. Phils. -_ t 41 IS 1 3 I 1 ..535CIlp.sa. 1 S S* 13 IS S S 1 Sales to Sales to i Savat. Arms __ 5 1 7'
S EXPERIENCED GUIDES Chlrsf. S I 1 S SH 1 .rl .. Bostoa _.1222112 5.3 1 ..TMKruMT. Retailer Consumers Schenley DistIl _.130 2.'. 23\ 23. HOTEL BLDG.
.It.*. B kin 8 41 I 1 18 S 3 1 HI. LMti __ 3 .I I I I I 1 .,s Lire Dressed Lift Dressed I Sears Roebuck U 32 31 .
NEW TACKLE ..- Lull 4 I 1 4 S 1 .T5 .... Pkll. __ t IT 1 t 1 Florida Dressed & Dr'wn & Dr'wn &rnl Inc ___._n 10'. 10'. 10'l'mcli
CIn_ 'I 41 1 4 4 3 (17 ..o ".. _- S 2422151752 1 .M7 Fryers 2-3 lbs 38 57 43 63 't Union on __ I 25'. 25'. 25*. I. th, office of Osceola 'Usuroiic Ag'lC
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NEW '.' c'. Bmkln I t 11.507 _.Chins ___ 4 2 I 14 S 3 3 1 ..MILn. Broiler under Simmons Co ___ 28.. 25'. 28'. foit Office
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WotVsFestFthig Pit.. S S* 1 I 1 S 1 .**7 Cafc.s --_ t It 3* 3 3 1 .**7jBknua. 2131 38 57 43 j81nclalr Oil U Uta U*. U.. Across the Street fiom
Hlik. Bk"-Pt It IS !1. S 1 .MT _,. ?-.-_ TTTTT-S1 .MT Bens besrr 8 I Soconl.Yacuuns __ 16 1'. I'. I".
; (",I.Pr.SI* I S 1 .**7 154w. 24. T. .? 111 f. S 3 1 .MT breeds 38 40 t SonAmOkP..16 .
WITH ALL-ELECTRIC A: Boats, Glides _.II. __ 3 *t 8 8 3 SBunwy. 1 .M7 ". Ne "_ I 1* 1* S 3 I ..MIKtrola Hens light 28 1 32 S I Sl Cat Jdla n_ ,2 3' 31 U1&CITZ AeceptoBC Corporation with home offices ot 480 H.
KITCHENS \ mir.r. __ 4 2* 1 1 SK. 1 .M7 *. N. S3 4 I I ..IMEaibn ,I 1n.d
aid Tackle Osmb,1. CI", __ I I 2 I S 1 .W7 *. n.I.1 __ II.34 11 1 S I 1 .".I IFel. Orong AVCNU M OrloMd'o. is en. of Fi rides oldest and

S NEW RESTAURANT K >w T-7 T 41 I 2 11 3 3rtn.1' 1 .**T .. .. T I 14 It I I S ..ST1Bvrms. I most .xperieneed'small (OOP. and finance companies.TB .
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0 NEW PACKAGE STORE : Pals. t. S 1 II 1 I S 3 1 '.I"Je. Bastae 44 4* 11 11 S I S .:'i Fast Teller Service -
T. !4 I 3 S 1. .'.Chins __ I I I 8 IS 1 S S I
NEW BARS W. n.. S M : U' 3 .! Blstk. ( ." I 31 I 1 1* I I t .5 I St. Cld office is being opened for the cOI..ieIC
*_ t 14 1 S I 1 1.5 P. trt. <*Mc.s 5 IT 35.140 of future customers of Osceola area
PAVED ROADS INSIDE : l.r.r. Pttts. S 1* 17 1 T 1 1 I.s PsnwlL BMM _= S IS ::: till .5** I I present uc .h
Pittlharsk 3 1 1 S 1 1 l.s PI**. BMW* 8 1* t I 1 1 .1 NATIONAL RANK
CAMP GROUNDSWords 1',.. 4 !!18 I 1 .. raania. W. Lasts -- S II 1 1 i MONEY FOR ANY fERSONAL OR BUSINESS
VudrcUMf. Ci.'. 3 1 1 .s rwh>r. Palla. S SS SI 13 4 S 3 .4**
dont do our place Justice, Uiuw. $. II. T 31 3* It 1* 1 1 1 U..L chmi. s :si I i: i i s ..** I "OF ORLANDO I PURPOSE ON SISNAIURE. AUTO FURNIIUREOR

to azo is to b _ Kmra. 31511312111.400 NrvkMMT. iMHrit I W t* t I' JSt Member Member FJJ.C. OTHER !
doubt If there blve. Frln of B.n i lMrs.n S 1 IS 4 4 1 1Rxkl S .333 ("te. Phils. I' S4I-13 .MS I Federal Reserve System COlLTEILf
pllc -SM iniN U Clar. S I.1 5 1 1 I .313 ._ IS U It 1* 1 1 1 .333 .
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\.1 b PSOrtE 5321.lUftCil FIMMW CnpM 12:1 1 ,254 s L Lsals 4 SI 31 1* I S 1 I.
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THE SUNDAY SENTINEL-STAR. ORLANDO. FLORIDA PAGE 11 x53
: Brassie
MAY 18.1947
Ddv e LEWIS BUILDERS, INC. 3S:;;

with the district, the section now Its
bids to become one of the most
: Land Value BoostedBy productive parts of the county. i > 8. y* t SMART EXCLUSIVE SECTIONYou

Compared to major vegetable x1ti
growing areas. the Pierson acreage T. III win like this attractive furnished. 3-bedroom homeyairthat
is just a small scale development [ftH prevails-all littlewhatnots" that go to make a place
Water Controls -involving- less than 40 "as you like it" 2-car garage-fine gnll. You must see this to
farmers in an area a mile appreciate a nice value. Owner leaving State. One person! loss,
square. But it does represent to another's gain. See this and many other fIne values at once.
,. fSpeeiol to The Sunday' Sentinel-Star] water and soil conservation enthusiasts $17.500.00-terms.
PIERSON-Muck pond land which wouldn't sell for what can be done by

: .$25 an acre a year ago now can't be bought for $150 an voluntary co-operative effort. r t WYAN SMITH or KATHRYN THOMAS

acre, and property owners are crediting the progress of Working with the district have 515 Broadway Dial 4672
the been technicians of the U. S. Soil
Pierson Water Control Project No. 1 with causing Conservation Service representedby V a..

miniature land boom. 4 I Work Unit Technician Clark

Major ditching: through the ,several thousand glad bulbs Dolive ot DeLand and District
:muck pond area will wind up soon which: were planted in March: Conservationist R. E. Witherell of
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and already Volusia County land and should! be ready late this Orlando. LUMBERBUILDING
owners are drafting plans for Fall month," reported E. T.Volusia Peterson Mayor Leo Fugle of DeLand Is
crops."I. Pierson farmer and district chairman and County
Soil Conservation District su- .
Agent William Platt Is secretary.The
am growing a trial run of
pervisor.
-- project is being financedby SUPPLIES
'The glads are growing In excellent the farmers, with technical assistance
.1N&U RANCH shape and I hope to have furnished by the SCS '
MR. AND MRS. A. P. CLARK have Forest Hills through the office of Robert.R.
purchased
P'REiwTOMOB e1UKGURV good luck with them. without cost to<< them. I Oak Flooring Pine Flooring Siding Ceiling
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"Other farmers I know are this 3-bedroom home at 150 Chelton Cir., in Tyre, Realtor I
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iwRt 10H0SO'NEIUUEEi *
Sash
Doors Sash Cord
planning to put In tomatoes and OutofStateBuyer '10T Mouldings Weights
other vegetable crops this Fall." I Sash Locks Builders *
Hardware Nails
Roofing
FLORIDA REALTORGRAM
-" because of Inadequate
A waste area Reports
I water control before the Invests T lyre Cabinets.
project was undertaken by muck I
pond l land-owners in cooperationHERE'S ,I In DeLand Home Florida Realtors And Many More Articles

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DELAND-Sale of a recently $$128,000 Sales

\ s% constructed home on the cornerof PHILLIPS INDUSTRIES INC.
; Howry and Adele Ave. was reported Attend ,
c by R. P. Bell, local realtor. Robert R. Tyre. Orlando realtor Meeting
... PHONE 2-1229 MICHIGAN AYE. AT ACL RY.
I his
that
yesterday
.:::: R. J. Cradon. an out of State reported
office has made $128.200 in sales
buyer the purchaser.The home. By VIOLET DUNHAM
whichias constructed by Joe De- during the past 30 days. -
\% /CHICAGO-This week's release comes from the Knickers -
I Bella, local contractor, contains Recent sales not previously reported
I .bedrooms.. It Is one of three were the beautiful rambling \ bocker Hotel in Chicago, The Windy City [and livingup CONVERT RENT PAYMENTS INTO
f J r 1J i in a small development made by bungalow-type home located at to its reputation as to wind.] The full quota assigned
DeBella. 150 Chelton Circle purchased by for the School of Board Administration is filled-125-from
1 As Bushnell and Bushnell :Music Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Clark from the Paymenis YOUR OWN HOME
I practically every State in the Union. In addition to i
Shop which was established more Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Shank and
than 40 years ago by R. C. Bush the home formerly owned by Mr. i writer Florida has sent Mildred Ony
nell was sold last week to J. C. and Mrs. A. P. Clark located at Morgan, Arcadia secretary; Charlotte
I Bradley of DeLand. Bradley said : 762 North Westmoreland Dr. was Florea, Fort Lauderdale; and] Jas. Gamble Rogers II For approximately 10% down, we can build you a
he would retain the old name of 'purchased by Mr. and Mrs. C. H. i.
the firm. Stanton. The total of these two 'Marvi Neumann. Miami Beach Architects Engineers II Home Approved, Inspected and Insured F.H.A

transactions was 40500. I' The outstanding service to Building Consultants

Three Named on Board The ncjvly purchased Clark I.members in the Miami Beach plan POST OFFICE BUILDING I 2 Bedroom Home $7750
has been described and the membership
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residence is of masonry construction I
,.r........:. I. +v To Appraise Property with a tiled roof. Included 'I'I Induction ceremony Initiated WINTER PARK. FLA. I 3 Bedroom Home $8950OF
(Spe: ONE STRIKE DELAND-Appraisals of prop tiled baths, cathedral ceiling living i
lauded in discussions following
I erty which will have to be condemned room paneled den, diningroom I I
j YOU CAN'T (IGNORE! for the widening of State breakfast room, kitchen talks on membership building, NEW HOMES Modern Design Quality Materials &
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highway 15 both north and southof and screened: porch two-car programs educational courses Workmanship Completion] Guaranteed
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DeLand will be made by a three garage servant's quarters and legislation and public relations an
Your home just can't look up-to-date and beautiful man committee consisting of C. A. laundry. I I outstanding opportunity for board $8100) FHA CEILING i FINANCING ARRANGED
J if its sidewalls have become cracked and shabbylooking Pawley and John A. Holder local secretaries provided. Morgan
The home occupies a beautifully I
/ real estate dealers and Hubert I Fitch national president, address Dubsdread Section
Smith local contractor. They will landscaped 90 foot lot and overlooks I ing the luncheon session stressed R. A. DOWLER
serve with the State Road De Lake Chelton. H. C. BabcockJr. i that in his 15.000 mile trek over Mldiron[ DriveN
That's why It'. Important that you paint-up reqularly partment. j, acted as salesman in this I the.nation since January, he has DESIGNER AND BUILDER
And choose a really superior brand-like our famous These appraisals will be used by transaction.. I.I found optimism and only the beginning ear Golf Course
I the State in making its estimate I The Stanton home is unique in, of the greatest activity in i ii 960 Oranre Ave. Winter Park Phone 880
DOZIER & GAY P AINTI .. Not only is it extra smooth '
interior design, the entire second Open for Inspection
on the cost of the improvement. : i real estate the nation has ever
and beautiful but it's especially resistant to crackingand Right of way engineer E. F. Bellows I floor being a large paneled master 1 known. He said the greatest 2 to 5 P. M. Sat. & Sun.
peeling under our strong Florida sun! said yesterday that the State ,bedroom with private bath. Thereis I I backlog of' desire for purchase of
I probably will advertise for bids on a living room den, music room. homes is gradually being utilized Call 2.2374 for Directions i
Come on In this week and see us about your "paint-up" jobs! the construction which Is to cost I II dining room sun porch and kit and will continue as levelling off r BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS
I about half a million dollars earlyin I chen and complete bath on the ;of prices gives people opportunity I II ,
1 July. I first floor. Robert S. Huey was the at the price they are able to pay. I
1E salesman in this transaction. While the Lasts
I I Supply
I I House Permits Total Other transactions which REALTORS had a bit of shock I SKILL + EXPERIENCE
bring the total sales of RobertsR. read In Drew *
I $72,700 at Clermont Tyre's office to the $128,200 Pearson's column the inference in Makes construction.all the difference In the world i

l (ISpe-lal to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] figure In the past 30 days were; that the Realtors' Washington i Steel Windows
r CLERl\IONT-Permlts to build an un-improved piece of property Committee ran a $1 million lobby "Morris Builders Has Both" Utility
$72.700 worth of new houses here on Orange Ave. purchasedby : the truth being that all .
have been Issued since the first of C. II. Tegg. of Clermont for members of the committee serve One contract means one rtiponilbiiitjr -
and to
savings
the year, Permits for the period. $50,000 cash for 60 foot frontage at their own expense, and the you.
'% May 1. 1948. to April 1. 1947. In the.300 block. work Is supported by average Consult Your Local ArchitectWe 21t.15 x 12 32" x IS'

HoOoritgetoutofyourcarusf! I amounted to $295,000. Also the purchase by Mr. and contributions$5 each.: from Realtors of I win appreciate an opportunity
Mrs. Robert Gregg of a three bedroom I to bid on your project. WERE $5,88
I two bath home on Notting- from Washington In- NOW $2.97
ham Ave.The purchase by Mr.and I REPORTS the House battle on I Ii MORRIS BUILDERS INC
and lett the Avco Automatic
button Mrs. M. G. Zander of home -at
-/ press a a U3 Edfewater Drive Ph. 4U1
NEWBJ i rent control Is nearly over property I I
two W. Yale Ave.. and the purchase owners hoping for relief in WITH ALL HARDWARE
and close doors of a lot by Mr. A. G. Davison i(
Door, Operator open your garage the provision that a 15 per cent
Hillcrest Ave. increase may be had If the owneris larger Sizes Available at Reduced Prices
for you automatically/ willing to give a lease until Dec
Jacobs Elected Head 31, 1948. \\ 111k1
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Of Volusia Dairymen rpOAr: DUPREE Miami Beach.: I .1r
[Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Southeastern regional \Irewesident 1 Aluminum CASEMENT WINDOWSNo.
ANTI-SLIP DELAND-v-W. o. Jacobs of of national association 1313
White's Dairy, Port Orange has ha* received appreciation
been elected president of the Vo for his fine work In endeavoring
Floor Wax lusia County Dairymen's Assn. to have all Florida secretaries WERE $16.19. NOW
succeeding S. I. Lambright. members of the National Secretaries $12.97COIPLETE
Other officials include Raymond Council.
Beville, vice-president and L C. I
CAN BE WALKED Barrow, secretary treasurer. Lake Sale Slated : WITH SCREENS AND OPERATORS

ONN 15 Regular meetings will be held Sunday) Sentinel*;torT I
fSryriol to The
e on the third Tuesday of each TAVARES-Nine parcels of Lake I A Little Chocking larger Sizes Available at Reduced Prices

MINUSES month. County lands will be offered for I
sale at public auction at the court May Save You
Doepps Buys Property house Monday at 11 ajn. The
I [Special TO The Sunday Sentinel-Star] lands are located In Mount Plymouth A BIG CHECK STERLING ALUMINUMDOUBLEHUNG
TAVARES-Mr. and Mrs. Herman Clermont, Groveland,Mas-
Doepp have bought Dolores 'cotte and Tavares.

!M.Engelhardt's Lake County propjerty U 7055 p"Op." .fh ___ .. a.. WINDOWSImmediate
& j for 10000. Fencing Underway with greall.t.qeopt09Wt'f' "..a.
Especial to Orlando Morning Sentinel1 env A Iin'e dl< Smith Home Purchased [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star' _. ,... big cMct .. ..... ..
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+r+,... 59 [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] i Ing of the more than 15.000 acres 155155 i.wogS by r... .......
W'..... .
orbs ebiigo.r
PT. LEESBURG Mr. and Mrs. of the Jennings Artesian Farm WIRE 32" and 36"
.. ALUMINUM CREEN
$
.s heir yve n. .w yaw"
I. Clarence J. Steckel have bought Lands Co.. In the MIddleburg area ..
i..w..c. A tKw+yisl"p
It'l wedfee .... the Alfred W. Smith home in ,Is underway with a three to five pf fh .. .
THE AVCO AUTOMATIC DOOR O'IUIOIII an electronic device controlled a..y-defy .r.Spree41c --. ..,. u.,..
..... .... ... Bonaire Heights for 8700. strand wire being fastened to posts '
wat
WHUCKELO'NEAL
by three buttons.As you driT up to your garage,prets a button y.d feet rel'i..s-
12 apart.Lakeside
.. La.,.. ...... b.i Ie
doors also the and how.entrance a glass
Iniid your car-your on automatically.garag open If deaired. You garag simply drive in. ..i .a,.....,. Gr.... wa c..... Lake Gem Realty Sold II Home BoughtSpecial INC. SOUTHEAST STEELSALE'S
lights go [SpeeH I to The Sunday SentinelStorlMOUNT
,..ftdec .... ...q"... .._IA... f.e INSURANCE COUNSELORS
from well-lighted hou.e--pre. a Sentinel-Storl
Then from your garage or your DORA-Belle H.Wood [ to The Sunday
... fc... W... Robinson Ave.
off and ty try CM-N FU r A. Solomon 118 E.
I control button and the garage and house entrance light turn has sold her Lake Jem propertyto I MONTVERDE-HeIll'7 Phone 9944
the doors close and lock themielres aofoauf/catfy/ Mr. and Mrs. John A. Montgomery I has bought a house In Lake
garage
for $6,000. side Division from Mr. and Mrs. CO.
t R. L. Solomon for 3000. '

SMYTH LUMBER CO. Eight Lots BoughtSpecial
I [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Umatilla Realty Sold L1. Downstairs 100 W. Amelia Ave Vr, Phone 2-1442

ORANGE; AT RAILROAD GROVELAND A. Carter Jr.. [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star
I 22$ N. OR.XGETEL. Florida T
has bought eight lots from E. L. UMATTLLA Thomas Wawrzy- Orlando.
PHONE 4139 6001 Puryear in Grovella Park cub- ,ckl has sold his property In block
division. I i four to C. H. Edwards for 6900.




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one or two persons to own, their own __ ---..-- -----

business at minimum cost and make i i' t 4 : ::1 SHADE CORP.

substantial dally profits. r .. ; l C. D. Varner ORLANDO AWNING & WINDOW

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l LOST-Orlo Vista. Yellow and 11. SANDING AND FINISHING / ROOFING SERVICE-Let the man FLOOR SAVDtJU and polisher I BEESWAX-Refined ,
FLORIDA white; Dam. Tommy. Reward.'I' HOME LAUNDRT. 2030 W. Church. service. Modern equip, who knows how. do your roofing I for rent Johns .e Hardware. 2208 blocks 90 Ibs .no. 1 pound COMMERCIAL RTTP.IGERATORS- ELECTRIC REFRIOERATORcii..
PAGE 12 MAY 18. Write Bo* 8Str. I, 2-1U. : portable power unit. Establish for yon Its easy just call L T. Jer.nlen Ediewater Drive telephone 2-0915. livered C. L. 5 109 lot de- 42 cu It. capacity. 1947 model forImmedl.t. I ft. Coldspot Perfect condition 10JI
194 I 1935. Skilled workman: licensed, 7427 or stop b and at I Titusvllle Fla Run Tropic St.I deU"r. W.ltr J. Wlc.Ine. I Orange Blossom Trail. Ph. 2-2434.
DOG POUND Medium slse msle. bonded: Insured. Stenn Floor Surfacing Place. ) u FLOOR SANDER and edger; also rabi 8 E. 1138. I Ii
Light colored. Orlando Humane YOUR SELF SERVICE-Laundry. AH Co. Phone ELECTRIC FANS Plastic screen:
'i sander and floor MEAT
No appolnti 1582. ROOF roofs In- inc plsher.. BUCER' BLC-Tre.i| CONOOLEUM la all alxes I garbage cans; lawn hose,
phone 212.LT.me REAIRNGte. laGS mower
"UlpleDL Hdw. 2524 Kuhl. like '
SOlet7. I
i moel "'. 316 W. FURNITURE repaired. refinished .t.Uee painting. i Wyckof' RehDlbed B.1 prie. Special an furniture. pressure cookers 222 .
Classified LOCKET and chain. ment ner.Com.r Washington and made .. good as new. Pianos repaired ".d Roofer" Phone 2-1255. TYERI RENTALS Spcalmonthl C. 1. Rran. 109 Tropic St.. !1 Slaughters. 48 West Central Ave. Hardware: 2-2317

MonOr.m 01 ML.S. r I W.ahtD.tOA. Phone 6924. : rlnlbr also. Russ Mattress I Quarterly rates STOVES-Jutt a -
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W. P. Malt- St. fel"e ERIA
land. 2.28. Co. 122 Church: 2-221. SLVR- Quick service. Ih i iI t Geore Stuart 1 8. Main 6UI I BATHROOM TILE In rust proof I.re shipment. Bumby H.rd..re Furniture C.

Fa.SPARE WHEEL AND TIRE lost off I 119. Services Offered FURNITURE UPHOLSTERY Rfln j I I !:i phone PermaUI.. .All. olor low eOILPee 1102 Church and 615 W. Church MFLRNITURE
ishing. 4 piece bedroom Ib S.eeneT. pl for
International truck at Washington !I .ul. I CASEMENT FME .o.D See MW.rd Pr
SenUnel.Sta "2.5. 2 piece living room suite 0:i i SEPTIC TANKS ; everything 2-632. .Indw. Icrrn Iltur Co Inc P.rr.mo..
and Sts. Finder to CNE "
Par.more return j! up. '. Repair Shop. Ph. 2-10. I pumped ; P. J. TOOL RENTAL SERVICE BUILDING 24X32. S3SO cash jUt of Msitlsnd Cnderpass. buying furniture; J.653.
Works and nnl ,
Want-Ad Orlando Armature recelve |
I Count line, on SantordHuhwsr. .. .
new
Rate reward. 611 W. Central APPLIANCES SERVICED Washing FANS REPAIRED Cleaning and : Burke. Permanent resident, bonded. _ _ FLOOR
I lnleed. eU.I servicing; Insured Route 19 Box 231. 2-0678 i, Paint sprayers; sxll-sswr benrhsaws 1m.r W11n Rt 1, Box CLOTHES Variety of printed CVEL"Onlaldal
Sins macbne Pompl John .
W th-mone7 { .lttrlean. HAY
eDr I
Oail 2 p AWST1dlel. w ofTampa. i e"Dt rp.1 on all m."e. j son Electric 2 Chureh Ph i SEPTIC TANK INSTALLED and : flooring equipment and misc. ntA. M.lt.nd.BILAR colors Ilz. SO up Orlando ners and broadlelt at Oliddens.
Minimum charvo 755 souvenir 1 ElectricPranchlsed I Young's 100 W. TABLE I'
( I| parts Brtl. cleaned. 20 j Tol Renta Wa -DeLuxe home Furniture Co.. 141 and 615
310 356 N. Orange. 5J81.I Stte 7..r 1 inaton Munster Ave.. call FENCE Cpr.; 7 H. long.
305 KM M.'lolt.U. I W. Church. P.
Sunday In business; CaU 6730 or aoel 1U .
p I FLOOR SANDINO Spa- ratt 3 4 per 4
Flh1. 2. t 11 10.
Minimum chart 1 Phone 5942.APPLIANCE Pentra-Seal 20 I 7571 for service. I 'I 132. DRESSES -WniU formal, alac 1L S 825 \
t Beauty Parlors I c.11. .Iprlrne.. Modern "uIDmfnt.Wort TREES_PALMS TRIMMED and'' I BAT All aluminum runabout and Otber.I. ii. 1 and 14 Phone Ce lA Phn butt Winter .io.
3 Consecutive Days ISe line a day Licensed. New 10 h p, I :_
Prompt removed Bonded. John Newton. 'I FLOOR New American
B.hon ou\
-
56.I I
7 ConsecutiveDays ISO l a day AMERICAN BEACTT SALON-44% fans. service..u.nnt.. 7851. 116 Irvin Pleazephone. I I "8" SANE. ratesI ., bad motor. Must sell FANS Fans of a "md Table
(Count S Average W. Church. ODponl'e Rialta Theater SERVICRanIK. Burk. I! Siret. 2-14 Reasn.ble. 91 B W..n I DRINKING JOUNTAIN-Kelvtnatoi, floor, room Wndow .tU
(Out SUM) 1)NAtl.nal Bonnie formerly with Elizabeth washers radlO. FURNITURE UPUOL8TEREDReflnhued. 5.Brown. I II I I C. R. Burke. 1805 S. Bumby. 7851. automatl tMrnOtat Bumby Payments as tow aa tl 00 A.
e litf Salon. her patrons and 1! Adapting oil lamps to electric a 1 Slip covers. Innam-Brown UPHOLTEY-Robr. .. offers finest I BENCH SAW-Heavy duty 10". 510 102 Cufh sociated 143 N. Orante
30e for 61re
TYPEWRITERS
Simla insertions per Welome. Rental machines Aye
speciality. Pick up service. CaldweUand 418 W. Central: 'I Chrlstor Place; Ph II Phone
friends 8931. In fabrics and workmanship.UPHOLSTERING
3 Consecutive Days 2Se line a day Ph 2-1 I I Immedtt. delivery. Office Equip 2-384. I DELCO PUMPS-Shallow welL 33'' 530.
1 Consecutive. Days 2 l a day .nURi20-: E. Pine. Mildred Harrl. 2213 Jdu.atl Dr. HUGHEVS HOME REPAIRS-From makes your furniture Exchange. Smith-Corona A.enu I BOAT-14' outboard runabout and and 42- aJ. tanks. Iotale. Easy FANS Fans-Fans.-Excellent selection :
(Minimum 3 Rhoades, Betty Cole. phone 2-1172. :'" front to back from rol t cellar. look like new We tie andcondition I I 220 8. Main 8U Tel. 8850. I trailer Elto Sr. speedster motor payments.twyckoff's Hd.. KubL I of small fan from 8" t 18"

AU Want-Ads start in tat Ortandr CaldwelL Elnora Phillips and Dorothy ADVICE BUILDERS-And Supply Including heating nntU.tll. I spring Refinish frames. Ph. 2-253. DINING ROOM SUTI- ID In 19.95 up Appln. 210
sad AU highly: efficient with T at All work guaranteed. RUM M.trl Co.. 1122 W. Church, 33. for Sale BREAD BOARDS Ux20 lncbr I 423 Cola N. Orange Ave .
Morning Sentinel are Cment qlot.Uon. W .0 19.
M. Iou
pr1t "fUre
to both the Sentinel 7.r. experience Phone 6462. I I Nebra" I I HOUSE WASHED-Looks lk paint 2-221. I SI.65. Knox Store Co. I PANS models. 10
Orlando Star en too same Salon. 815. 2 iYllfOI.STERING-Sllp covers reflnIshing. ,. ARM -New gospel tent. I6x 'I Pine St. Phone DINING ROOM up to 36 Inch t
Department la d.t. -EU them : AWNINGS porch curtains. Venetian ef i I I W D.B. ;. :: specialty. All :" We call without obligation camp cots, cOlfor hammocks BOAT-Larse rowboat; price *50. Can seen SUTEplf. IJo I Wp.tnhou metr Emerson Bobbins
Want-Ad open Full line b 2 St
Te 1 6 p-in dally. for beauty eultue. Hilda Monck. material blinds .Phone glider covering.9826. Florida AwningCo. !i'; .uaant.ed. Call a3S.'I Call IDu.m-Brown. 418 W. Central I' : whit paint; Stmol wrench. 1122 Morris off East Or.onA"enu. I POWER SAWS Also : Mer. Walter ). WUcox. Ie
\ Low .
a. Pai
: Vivian Lawrence. Whldden.McCrory garden insect sprayers DEALT 6 IE Founded 1938.
repairs. 2-6 I tol ,
Sunday n.m.Deadin.s .. 432 Hughey.ALLI3 OMJ8EVICE- MaU R
dr1. !
t 1 Sal-
Bids., upstairs.GENE'S screens VENETIAN BLINDS prices; Morgan's BOAT-New 18 ft sail I: FURNITURE Pay
Sunday r I'I RAIE .ae boat CI.I metal lathes. J. D. Peal. t i and
fo Paper 8ata BEAUTY P-prnlP CHALMERS SERVICE and and caulking service. Lr.n.e and I Slats replaced .It .lumIDul. i vaie. 48 E. I C. New Champion outb.rd Dotor. 'I Mount Dora 3753.;_______ _ I IDESK33x54 II : cash and save 10 to r2:' cent
d DL cials. BIg reduction brt par tractors and power unJI. bonded Dowswell. Phone 1522. Guaranteed not to pl. rust or chip I Bargain in used b.tl. al tp. in. with 2 larse on your purchases Bass Frnltl.Co .
Advertisers art requested to notify Cold waves a specialty. S. Main Pam Home Machinery Co. 4 HOUSES WASHED Did your neighbor For any kinds of 20e per sqI Wise Boat Work.. I drawers Only 1121 K Orange 625 W. Church St. .

BI immediately ot any more in Phone 668S _ _ : W. Robinson: phone 2-2713 spend 10 or 10 to paint I I ft at factory Refinishing and n I,AIR MATTRESS-30 in x 72 In with BOAT-18 ft Century Mahogany I Ave. S5.". i,, FURNITURE for S-room houM All
their ids a. the 8entlnel-sur wU I his house- It steam I pairs by factory trained .mplo pump for inflating Excellent forcamps With 16 H-P Johnson
RAT'S outboard : In good condition Ownertransferred
bo responsible lot only one UTOPIA BEAU SAN- ALARM CLOCKS REPAIRED-Any Orlando Venetian BUnd Mfg Co., and fishermen. Regular : DeB PANS-Several type 3Oc and very .
m .. cleaned by the Steam House Cleaning hunt.r. complete with 2017 University
Bar-
MS E. on kind of clock or electric I Dotor. tr.Ue Real.ble.
correct Insertion. 101 of equip 1739 8. Kuhl. 8059. i Knox Stores Co. 25 Pine.
permanents Phone I7S. I ment. We fix everything Ba"fr Co. at the small fraction of price S29 75 close out "1.0 cain for quick sale Inquire at I E I i Dr. ph. 2-4772
Your i Shop. 48 W. Central Ph. 7896 the cost of a paint Job. That whyIt VENETIAN BUD MADE Bent Lloyds. 905 No Orange Ave. Police Dept. WIntpr Garden. Fla i i Pone 2-316. .
Ton Can Place RAYS types I pair I FURNITURE-2-pe sun room set;
BEuy-pARA We restore for office walnut finish 32x
I I looks like newl Complete DEK
and al materlal. BATHROOM ACCESSORIES and platform rocker
Want-Ad by Telephone I : APPLIANCE SERVICE Refrigerators the colors di asbestos reconditioning Ad.m.919 W.C"llral I HallMark Swivel chi. Good condition bld. settee
orlln.1 t high whittier
Dial chrome good
cold waves a .pl.I t22 washers all appliances (no 0558.WASHING qualI Price (75 10 ] Crele.
Dial 4161 i 38 East Pine. only. I rMf. C.I 2-312. ANTIQUE SOFA-$100. NW. corner j I selection, tw.1 bar. hooks 'I
iI O. pla. I radios*: relnable. Work na..1 I HOUSE REPAIRING-All klnda. Estimates MACHINES REPAIRED. Mt. Vernon and Shine paper Dull Co.. DOORS-Sash made of white pine.Screens.
I i SRIOPERMANir or. teed n.R. N. )edln. ph 7364 or I I given without charge. Ph. Al malr. 24 hr. service and t'I I 25 E. Pine Phone 2-316. lawn chairs cabinets ..1 .
W8J. : Camp. Winter Park. 18$. Caldwell and Harris ALUMINUM UTENSILS- of wood work Orlando W_ FURNITURE FOR S 1E-AH pre
Jewel Charm Sslon. SOC W. Amelia. 2213 ,salad molds cookie cutters measuring BED-New pair Hollywood Beauty- i tpl 1500 W. lain Norse .fo refrigerator.
!' I ACETYLENE .and electric welding: HOUSES-WINDOWS WAHE. Inside 2.1972.WASHING. Edsewater Dr.College Park. cups salt and peppers. H. H.Parrlsh 0 rest mattresses and Inner springs. !i i ton tslndulrP" W.Shn.1 fondIUel. 11t; porcelain t.ble.0
10. Baby Slttera-Child care 15. Schools and Instruction machine work on puP.saw mills and out PIOn and Hardware. 220 S. Orange.Phone 8 a.m until t p.o 1249 Merc.de* S149.SO,
and road mahtn.r polished Bamberg. 7228.; or MACHINE REPAIRS- A ve, washing machine eld-fashioned butwashea
CHILD CARE-In my home. 1125 0 I aluminum and call Service on all makes all work 2.184.ArlF I -
bra Kla Coolerator.
per 4a Or Call 25e 2-0145.per hour. Ages HIGH SCotomplet. your time high withAmerican i Dry Machine Works.c.tn.13 Kaley. nl"bt 23IS.LRVICtWe do nerthlnr. guaranteed.. Al Wigging. 2014 E of-small AU .za.. .. Complete Orlando BICYCLE basket.-Pre..r.Girl* 10.. E.tr.. tl... 1920 and II DUO-THERM HEATERS I I' pound .o bzo 137.5: new S78.75;

3 years up. I School. 1x ; furnished.No BUILDING repairing and painting. Kaley Ave. phone 6247. Appliance Co. Inc.. 210 N. Orange 8. DI.ne7 St. I Duo-Therm heaters 'Poues Ice 75-pound e.p.ct,
Prompt service. Licensed and bond 206 8. Main. WELL drill are here. 2 ; (5.;
Diploma. Free your Ave Phone 4537.APARTMENT .
1L Special Notices eaur. School. boklrt. ed. Superior Builders ph. 2-0123. 11. well DRILGLt U pump for BIC1CLE-Mana. G eODdllon j I mo.l. The beautiful blond and chair bargain. ( ..SO. single bed.
LAWNS GRADED grassed top ou priced right I
Dpt ; KITCHENS Complete Will
beat
wrt. IU 2-34. averageI
home or Irrigation. Easy mol .1. th complete with Innerspring
paymentsnothing
Box 3181. BEAD AND PEARL STRINGING m.tre.
All lawn work. 1 .
I with electric refrigerator
ALICE CARUN-Room 504. Florida and watch repair, guaran 2-1740 Fe. estl.te. down. 36 months to pay I| ran.e'j BOAT-14 ft Old Town sail .t I I I baum, 15ra.e.; cb.lI
REAL ESTATE LAW and practice.Preparation Je.elr Eberhardt Belmany Well Drilling and Pump sink and cblnrt. A few for boat and splendid Get your hrl. now and sure mahogany $;
b
Superfluous .. 1 cndltol o .lut 111.1 3pl.
Bank Bul1. Pn. .l. for broker and salesman t.ed Norc.d7' 1 Masmder Arc. LETTER WRITING and public .tno Supply. Winter Garden Rd. I mile dials denYr. Modern Price (20000. Arthur H of It. Only a Ie.left I sicker living ( :
t Classes start each week. 139 CLEANING AND REPAIRING of all srsphy. Par.e Bu.le. east of Orlo Vista Orlando 7087. Inc. 48 Oran.: O Box 598. Leeiburg, F.Burl7.. 1. City Homes Phunbin Co. I loMr. bargain..ule..5O.;:Neso: el.tl
AMANDA reading E. Pine St. Phone 0566. kinds In and around your ownhome. ASPHALT APPuance'l :w Fairbanks Ave, Winter ; Zenith radio
2-18. WASHING BICYCLES Two eODI.
(5
BRDFRPnhl MACHINE REPAIRS-All SHINGL S12 and
264.
Gale 22037.CARPENTER Ill'l.
; :We. 6 Columbia VETERANS-You may study an)of : LAWN MOWING-With mower makes. Maytag official serviceBsrtons. butt 1 Can seen West bargain (45 Semell Furniture
eree. the 400 Engineering. Trd.. or .I find matral and 81 for 1000 square pw.. net to Colony Theater. 2-1825.; after 6 p.m. Avenue b V.1 Co.. 72 W. Pine. Phone to'Q
Burtnen Courses under Bill do small Jobs. New
your for complete garden care by I Winter
ANNOUNCING SUPERIOR BUILD- I of Rights throuch the InternationalCorrespondence comer. Dial 116. ask for 34R6. W. C. Frase. landscaping .SA. Pat 13. ANTQuiSMo.m pleeea and art BOAT runabout-New 16f.pl.ce Inboard DAIRY EUET-2 ton. metal
W. contractor. call WATER CONDITIONING-Rusty and I Willdemonstrate. .
V!.r. Mont.om.f.ad have the 8hol. Wrt. or Phone CNINANOPRJIN Cash LOTS CLEARED Pomp service. red water nuisance from shallow .letol for entertainment First Ucrlce. It. :njsilage FREEZERS: sizes In latest mooels.
take cutler
plans for th It home. Going to L. O. Rowe 1.0. save you Free estimates any 116 Irvin. I wells, cleared and controlled with and great Every J. E. Richter C.bln.t opposite ins machines kD". : surge nulk- From S24950 up Prompt delivery
keep the cost of these downto 9282 money. Bring us your clothes. Superior phone 2-1147. John Newton. Mlcromet feeder. Cohoon Machinery Thursday night at DomIng Auction WORZ To.erl. Winter Garden .D cCprnr. Priced Walter J .Wilcox Inc. 61 E Robln-
b i
minimum. THE SHOL RECOMMENDED by Cleaners. 214 Boone Co. 138 W. South St. Sales CO. 733 W. Church. Road rCa 439. son Fouaded 1936FURNITURE .
a 10. S MIRRORS RESILVERED: made to order
its Per men and wo.n.Orl.ndo DOOR Screens, salt; guns: Ceo- !
FHA It CONCRETE FLOORS etc. We form. Orlando
apprond latre.td c and Accountancy ; window glazing .1.1. Still time to send your goods for graphic*, bobble
.0123 8ret.rl.1 pour and finish concrete Glass Mirror Win 5249. TUB-Latatorlri. I Trde. tis south 9-plece oak
.
for.ton. non I
6 over City Lug- this Thursday sale Phone 2-0156. BAr 6:9. Mills USE
.
driveways walks and
8hol steps. For WELL : I i dining room 2-Piere
dally. MATTRESSES recovered. Springs replaced 11IS.5
ADVICE-Psychle readings 2-325. price call Dunham DRINGGua.nt."d DINETTE. O-piece oakl blonde oak living
solid ;
circle Toes p'm. Thurs 2:30 elUmat. 2-256 and reset Complete comfor ATTIC Blower and BOAT TRAILER-GOOd condition 1! walnut fintao. JUDor. bed with rom lule. 198.
SUA. a p m. 44 tt W. Church. Rm. 16. Travel Information from a Russ Mattress wens Any size you r. FAN8Amerl".n. 48- In. installed (35 Wisginton. wcct side of Lake elubcharCariS331. tapestry oollwa. w.lut
Cherry. office phone 7088. CNCREE WUK driveways: steps. Russ Mattress Co. 1122 W. Church: Qulr. Sterilized and tlted. No Convenient terms. WyckoIIsHdw. Klllarner I :1 Ut.5 Cypress 1..1 tabl..
Y- tanks li 36 months to ELECTRIC NGE8-Immedjjd (6 95; walnut bedroom
: 2-2213 do.n.
ADVICE BIT MEDIUM Rev. U, ALASKA. Canada- :- eeld. bonded Southern States Floor &Freeman. 711 W. Church. 2524 Kubl.ACETYL BEVERAGE COOLER-used 8 foot. I Inr. Also Deep Freezera. $98.30: tpl.mirrored vanity (24.50.Mather .
orllD.1
I tour Featuring CI"'t:1 .. OFFICE MACHINES REPAIRED-Our (125 Ice cream cabinet new. 56
ChrUtian Light or for estimates GENERATOR; b.ttr 1415. I 105 N. Gar E ChurchI
..
Trah 171 2-220 &WII1.
5-day cruise t. service guaranteed. Check wlta Florida Business Equip. Co. .
2:30 Wed. 8 p.m. air hammer 31 i land .
: : ; 2021aOAT Rockies. Some CONTRACT BUILDING r George Stuart. 13 S. Main 8t.phone ; out Or.nl. 5454 i| _ I I _
TRIPS from Mt. Dora to Silver lacdo Travel Service. 118 E. Centraldial : homes and repairs to 8158. WELL DRILLING-We apeclalizein fit Blnks spray 'ln. Zalve seat at. ELECTRIC FANS Toatr. grit's.percolators !' FURNITURE 2-p. velour living
Ok- 9504 buildings of any kind. Repairs fin small diameter deep wella. 2". 2V 20 gallon .utomobl. paint 304 BEDSPREADS Hobnail and room lulte. 11. IP. dining room
beautiful Fair
Springs through the anced. See T. P. 3 5.. Ame I PAINTING-Brush or spray. Industrial and 3" Can Install well and 5th. St. f.. Phone 1261. outs. (7.59. Orlando Store 10 W. Church Ic frHura suite. (90 701 .
Works
lawaha Wise tickets all pumpof
and PU.rd > .
RESRVATIONS residential. proofIng Cure B.tl'l
RIYe. I. or Co. 141 and 815 W.
l. phone 2-032. W.t. PItA plan. Call or write P. F. ACCORDIAN-Cornet. drums trombone ELECTRIC FLOOR Orlando -
phone )t Dr. lire 8unnllan Travel Bureau. 30 our specialty. Exteriors 1%e sq. REFRIGERATOR KelvTnator LMP.. 11.95.
I g Phone 5301. CONCRETE SERVICE AnywhereIn French. Longaood. Fla. Phone C. trumpet saxes musi books.Music 6 110. 1900 Fritur 615
BARBE-SEV-IC 5 chairs ready Pne. IIOr ft. 40 000 sq. ft. or over. 18 C f. E Park i Il
with fast efficient '| rof.driveways steps and .al.. State. Free estimates. Best In ref ShopD Arad.; Lake_Ave W.
service AU Union 01 shop. Wa cl.I cARmJ TMAL 118 erl.E.I In engineering wor"maa I erences. Ph. 4951. Rt. 1. Box 95. i 30.Good Flares to Eat 5060 ; BATH TUBS I REFRIGERATORS-.Beau 1 FURNIUE SPECIALS-..Globe-Wer-
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at 5 30. Side Barge 6 I I Central: dial Bn1. j hiPfldmaterials.Fre.. "tm.te. I Klssimmee. Fla.. T. K. Galloway. AUTOMATIC WATER COOLERS by I IWestinghouse. EECIC set and combtnatiot ato.l bkcu.p. sectional
E. E..t. 15. .- .. ... _f."_ f' .I .u I CERVANn SPANISH r I Cordley. Sunroc Carload n.troD en.meld bath tubi I tfu
I .t.rant just radio; all like n. 610 W.Gr.n. 1m. rm aL Empl.m.hoan7
HAVANA and Nassau by boat orplan. or Buchanan Concrete Co. I soup. Change your present dead expense Otb.r latur. on Plo and .
C. R. STEVENS. Broker-I have .. Call Orlando Travel Service. CLAY 1530. :, PAINT ESTIMATES Color suggestions wiches, yellow rice and chicen."Do.R.l I into a real In"estm.nt. Terms if dr- I hand. Including ttet seats. :oha )I .IY. .a picture p.l
BUILT
moved my Real Estate and Insurance RAt -Also lime rock Reliable painters recom dcwn. 36 .
118 E C.ltr.l: dial 85. surface IaU.n spaghetti and 1 slred Walter J. Wlrox. Inc., 61 E. t p. Lbb7 & ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS-AI o | 1 shadow box. Seth Thomas clock.
business from 64 N. Court treatment. .
wih Olldden'a.PAINTINGExterior. Freeman. W.
mended. Hatch. At
St Popular size !
HAVANA. ctfiii-expena. tour. Work aOI. I I Robinson Frbr.r7 1936. 1 Chuch gas select tour this metal coil Jenkins
to 307 W. Par Ave. Phone .ua.ntee. Bumby Simpton. I bd 'PrDI.
2-35. week. Walter J. 61 .
Lsnler Travel Service. 30 E. Pine SO. ATTIC FANS-36. 42 and WUox. Ie. E.Pobinaon Boone
JENNIE GAL-Folks who say they St Phone 8301 Interior AH I CLOVER GRILL-Excellent We Install these fans. t8-lnch I Foned 136.EJC 2-3795
can l let rid ot live me a CABINET sRI MILLWORK to special work guaranteed Licensed and .0 I :
white.
100
I ounce gross.
moU N. J.-Leavin& May 23. order. Central always served here. Leonard Hardware. 42 W Central BOT8IO SWEEPER-Electrohn.
laft AU yon do Is use NEWARK Flord. Lumber bonded 21922.PAINTGWatrrofln.. Pies and yeast rolls. 7 8. Phone i deck Iron bottle rack. (SO P.O. Box
C.I Court.
for appoint I FANS Save
Co. Mills and 22J8.ALUMIUM lo fCdton (100 00 on 42-lncb Attic
Berlon. Johns Hardware and Faint rd,w.nt. Writ. ., all mas I (30. pickup rack. (10 Prices for 1845 .
Store. 2208 Ed.ew.te.P. 8 Berlon la mpnt Box CONCRETE CHAIRS-Porch and I I i quick sale P. O Box 481. Tampa I fan Cools 6-room beu. Bwd
PR system '
D".u. GOODBREAD S Our chicken upholstered chairs ELECTRIC and 8-2 entrance your own All parts
RIDE RESERVATION boxes leJudln
S years with one BUSEsUD- steps I Fla Phone H27-654 WIRIG3
II.rantee .PpU-1' niland Travel Burau. years In'lntne. Free Tr7 Porches dor. wndo.. I"rn. I .re. tasty treat. For picnics or and ottmsn Call 241932 See at I rble; als H. H i iParrtsh hl-capactty rubber
caton. Pine Phone 5301. C. W. Nld,bu.IDels. Park e.tmate. Bonded. Insued. .42. fishing trips, they make your meal 1242 Munster Ave I BICYCLWbzzr motors go pl.ce I',' Hardware 220 S. Oran I mounted bearings shaft pulleys. V-
JOES BARBER SHOP- .61.DRY PAINTING-When Us painting you complete Specializing in fried chicken ADDING miles per gallon Phone 2-1841 I IENGL"ED.n belt etc for only/ (29 95. Other sizes
East Church St 1 wish to Inform SOUTH AMERICAN. East Coast to CLEANING-We employ only I MACHINE-New eleetrl. See your new 1947 Whlzzer ,
motor
need 2-3930. Brush or spray We rater to curb service 5241 I I Ienled. priced accordingly while they last.
light weight
Ave.
my friends and customers that I Rio. Good Neighbor Cle.. resuming skilled experienced help and Stanley c.1. licensed and bond HOWARD 124 Mun.tr call 2112.I at the Whizzer Motor Sales. 602 N.Or.na. nd.ble air Rush money order or check to Sedeo.
am now located at 21st and Wet ; service In modem ma hlner. Try os MacDuff ed contractor.PLUMBINGClyde.rl. I JOHNSN'S Rtturant ALUMINUM MOULDINGS and trimmings Phone 2-4687 p..r 2 I 1313 Silver 10. Texas.Motors
You 11 to 10 H-P In stock 8t Hou.tol
moreland Drive. Bolden 118 E Central a..11 MscMnery -
8e"lr. 85. Also sink rims Standard
T.vl C..ap. corner I BATTERIES for radloa not but any V4 H. P.
All
Rldce.o. Thompson repair i types Co 138 W South IDcuded.
once you try our Nationally
Open from 0 to 5. 8iioutsAtlantaLevinu: : : R..Und. Phone 2-JOI. Kno.1 sizes 20% off Southra Steel Sales flash light batteries large t I : or larger work Complete
work. 24 hour service. Ph. 478t delicious foods at reduced We HPII
J. H. BRYUKR-An expert mechanic 25th. Room for 2 rlder. Station Residence 110 prcC. Co., 100 W. Av. downstairs.Phone smsll B. F. Garland and ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Instructions furnished All parts guar
8t. only the
who la well known In Orlando waaon.P.O. Box 788. !atn_ I Bar serve for that b.at Visit the D.l7 2144.ALUMINM ; Robinson Ave_Godrich Day Ter." Buy now what you anteed 5 years. Dealers solicited.
PLUMBING REPAIRS Bill want and need under
associated with the King for I Firestone Easy
I D. C-Leaving June i snack. Take home one of our delicious WINDOWS Double five HP
WAHINGTN. prompt guaranteed Phone BOIRTr.. .rl.L : Budet Plan Ladies the new FIrestone
Buckeye 1317 W. Grand
wanted. 604 Ridge- r.p.lra less than steel windows. .
Oarae. 1d7 3059 Residence 1729 48 flavors of Ice cream. bnl. Tumbler cleaners FURNITURE bedroom suites; Icebox
Bo.er vacuum
Ave. wbe. rUabl mechanic. wood DRTCLEANING S HR d. paint They wont warp. r.dlo to..ter. S-8tsr
Florida. tsble Write Box 375.
aervice can b hid.LIVE 85f.AUORIZE SVC. PLUMBING SERVICE-West Central LAKE-a HOTEL Price reduced 20%. Southeast Steel Cp.nrr. 11. Iustl. et. Firestone Or.ne and Concord
motors .Bnd.d agents for Why your with Plumbing H.tn. Co. IS N. of with food rff.r best. I Sales Co. 100 W. Amelia Ave. dO.Da.lr. BEVERAGE COOLER, Brunswick FURNITURE-Studio daveno. dinette
and BIT-bles tbl.. 11.r7 bat Fishing; throughout.t..m.hlp the world. See us service for'reu".tln1 ". n.11 absenteeism.appearance Quality Bryan. Day & h 7538.PAINTING9z12 Dinner parties Invited I Phone 2-142. Blu.FI.5 Liquid and solid food ELECTRIC CLOCKS-Telchron al.r set, 2 beds double, single com
i Easy plete Small radio. 3 occasional tables. -
CamP lea GOld'N.e. Bpr1. on costs you no more. Cuner. 813 E Walh.tL Phone rooms; ceiling and LAMAR COFFEE SHOP Our location AIRPLANE MUlEmplet alert { rrrnuton. faster ees greiter immedIate beautiful styles; also kitchen cok./ Ice box 2250 8 Bumby
permits us to serve better food models c H H Parrlsh Hardware.
1k ApP"a. Service. 118 X. 105S.I walls. 812 Including flat oil Low hO-O i I 20
.t lower I aCCfaorlU. Hellverr. en.V Or- 2-1841 S'i Complete urntoh-
priceg. iarseparties : Orange Phone FURNISHINGS .
rates ezieriora.Heifsod. boats ,
Read- Central: dial 95O4 2-287. B.nQuet R.lroad cara. Model
MUR PARR 8pllta.1 InYied. Wt ae your j I I _I. 214 N. Orange. 66fe8 I i Isndo Aplan eCo' : N ELECTRIC RANGE-Hot-Point. Restaurant Inn for a 2-bedroom house including
Interior and
da1. Crel Turl. 1. TOUR the Golden West and Ah. QUAL PATG. service. 2-158. Or.nc. Frigidalre. gas stove. RCA
2813 E I 36x30x32 Nearly new.
BRIGGS-STRATON
Escorted 30 days. aU floors MOTOR New tD.
I : 2 beautiful carpets. Beauty-
UIDe. : [ : radio
.n I MARIE RESTAURANT speclalize chairs See Sunday
NURSING CARS: in home.Jean Limited membership. Orlando I 1 | 34 H P. with kick starter. One > ARPENTFaOL'S-L Al rest mattresses etc May be seen
Rt. prlnt Service. 118 E. Central 9504 ELECTRICAL REPAIRING and house Ed Curtis. In Southern Fred Chicken" I power lawn mower. 435 E Easter St. I II ; I I 01. Wedle.oo Tearoom CasselI dial
Washington 2-4263.
Tom. 2 30. wiring call 4514. Miller WU. : Our pies are home Ride out pan; silver ware, linen: camera; man'sbicycle I at 1817 E
Orlando. ,1.. _ _ LADY WISH. to exchange driving I Electrical Contractor. RADIO INTERCOMMUNICATION.Installation I the 8. Orange Blossom BLOCK PLANT EQUIPMENT-Grave. I I 718 Maxwell Ave j I ELECTRIC: FENCING-Limited supply. 32 and
SPENCER SUPPORTS Individually .me. transportation to and repairs. Also re- Tai.Y'SRETAUAN I I ly. slIghtly used, complete with LIGHT PLANTS-Kohler 48-Inch galvanized field fence
designed. Mrs. 1202 E.Washington. Kansas City: leave about 25th References : ELECTRIC CLEANER SERVICE-Only .Ir on all home and car r.dlo. M -Where I racks jack and other necessary plant 800 and 1SOO, .t AC. Farm ft Knox Stores Co.. 25 E. Pine. Phone
Warn Ph. outlet for genuine Hoover part.Por Fuller Bros. 114-B Park Ave S. the In an fouipment. R. 109 I r H Machinery Co 430 W .
Phone 2-358 or 23085. euhan..d. 81. I I mo.m upkeep service Winter Park; Dh 619 I atmosphere of cool eomfor. Seafood I Marquis Rd.Whit. M.one.. CONCRETE BLOCKS 2-316 _ _ _
SWEDISH MASSAGE-For only Hoover service steaks prepared the FROZEN CUSTARD MACHINE Abo
neuritis slenderizing: atbrth\1j hauling and Movinr I I Bumby Hdw.. or RADIO REPAIRS-You've tried the most discriminating tutrs. Desserts 'I BASSINET-Dietsgen drafting board Tested delivered to Orlsndo 8x8x16 ELECTRIC IRONS-Automatic con hardening box For information
bert 1206 W. Yale Ave. 2-2918. &on lo 2-15. rest now try the best. Baroa'., that satisfy the toothPICKARDS and stsnd. 18" x 24'; Marx eleo (180 per thousand 4x8x16. (140 trol.: Unl"enal Pttr.. S.mso. see 647 W Central Ave
Ladles only ALE VAN LS INC.-Nation's FURNITURE REPAIRE and refinished next to Colony Theater. I.ert.s .ric train, lt new See at 1827 per thousand Malon O Wright Bumby Hac.a.
stoves COFFEE SHOP-Where BlokPI.nt. FLUORESCENT FIXTURES his
goods mowers re- Phone Park Lake Monday. ELECTRIC types
W. P. Kelly. Registered Surveyor. Call .mour Storage paired. R A. 542 1.REFRGERTON .o food I curved with a daily I Phone 237 Black. Witer Kelvinator PANS-nea.. a 14-15-20 watts (450: 2 Ills (8 95
Aa.tD PI.dmont
5 Church and Main Arcade. Phone Co.. for free estimates W.r.bo. Phone SERVICE como'' ch.noe. Our pies are homemade. i BEDS-Coll sprinss. mattress maple GadeD. I Bumb7.ardwar. Fair Store. 10 W Chnrrh.
long 2-21.
on your 102 W. ChurchELECTRIC
6346 household 1125 SlIghBlvd.ROE' 'I.I dinette set. cheats platform rock- _ _
distance moving 56-61 W. Jackson8t work charges rravmable Fer- ers. hand crocheted bedspread lamp. WATER HEATERS..30 FURNITURE BARGAINS Studio
10'. CASH DISCOUNT on all furniture Phone 2-318. 00 Refrigeration Service. Ph. 9752 j extra chair. Heabler. 1329 couch (29.50; 3-pc living room
I 19th St I and 40-caIlon; also gas 30-gallon
.uaol CANOES. Old Town Just arrived
during the month ol May ? GRILL offers for suite (45. gate lee tables 2250.
AERO MAYFLOWER CC FLOOR fi NDINO-Finishing and your enjoyment water Bumby 102
Orlondo Furniture 141 and 613 TSI Hot BICYCL-EI.ln. Man; .qu.r. ended double ended and hrters H.rd.a. Whltmtre Furniture.30t5 W. Church.
Co. Long distance Joiner laying. Modern floors with modernmethods I delrou. Roast Beef pr.etl.n W .
W. Church. mo"I. RADIO SERVICE-AH m.kl radios potatoes and ,. 120 Central.BENCH Sponson. 11. 13. 15. 16. 17 and 18-ft. I
Van and modern dustless equipment. gray GARAGE
for free wih I I DOOR-Overhead. Complete
estimates; also local lnle.moving Fee estimates. Specializing in Pene- and phonos. Free .pickup 30e. This eD.t be beat. 212 W. SAW-Heavy duty 10" 510 Pine Castle Boat .Construction Co- : ELECTRIC ROASTERS-Ne"dl auto I with hardware and track. Excellent
and Money back Pine Fla .
matic control. heat
dplnr7. .u.rn Chrtstnr Place Ph. 23849.BICYCLEGirls C.ste.
packing. cratIng and ltrle'l fDllh. Price 6c per ft. fin tee on Britts G E Radio I Cburch Kelvinator Dept. Bumb7'Hardware. condition. (35 1513 Hackney St.
S. Division: ph. 7988 Phone ished. Floor Surfacing Co. Service... 356 N. Orange phone 89.2RUGS I 28" blnle. G I CHICKEN Pre BROODER 222 E- Tree-tir. I 1102 W ChnrrhELECTRIC GARDEN HOSE-A good selection
2-15. STAR LUNCH Enjoy favorite condition Balloon Wa. _
DEEMS DELIVERY Service phone your tre. U'.0. 15. i CLEANER 25 and 50-foot lengths In several
7673; light moving and hsullng. food at your favorite 4'Drive-In." I Phone 23963.BICYCLEBoy's. I CASH REGISTERS-Florida Cash I VACUUM price ranges Knox Stores Co.. 25 E.
New. Please
S65
."er load Insured: reasonable r.te I -UPHOLSTERY CLEANED Fountain and Dining room service. "victory" size 28"; I Register. Ohner Agents: sale service telephone 2-2542. Pine Phone 2-3163
WANT-ADS FLOOR 8ANDLNG-Finishing. cleaning Expert "or"m.Dhlp. fast Hnlc. 114 N. Orange Blossom Tr. needs,new tires: a bargain at $15. supplies. 220 S Main; 8850. ELECTRIC RERIGERATORTicream. GAS REFRIGERATOR .Electroluz
mothproofing aervice. -
lULRVAN&8TRAGZr waxing: All Gue.nlHd Ph 716 W. Winter Park; after 6 : 8 hole med only 30 days.
i moer"ulplent 2-4318 Kleenlre Co. of Orlando. Cal CONCREEBLKicHINe. Also apartment gas range. Phone
p.m I The
work 31. Good Things to Eat ; Orange 69 \V. Church.
sonville. Fla. LeeMf. Hut 2-1949
May 29 Also part 10 bnd.c ROOFING.-Aipnalt shingles appliedat BABY BEDllmon. maple;; wet

: Find you help for cleaning Y.loads Ph.to 5286,133 Syracuse and N. Rochester Main. N. ice 7r.phone.x -reac.. Bass Floor Surfacing 812 per sq Materials labor VALENCIA ORANGES The b.t to prof. $20. 410 W. Con let.with A partition real bargain attachment See It and at pal the- ELcICPERL: TRN : An-.: GAS STOVE-Typewriter, portable.
furnished. Ph. 2-1825 after IPrn. Small radio. 1261
Co.FRNIRE. 6 p.m. ship. We have theml for O Coffman Co. Inc. 2809 N. dresser: electric Arlington Place.
1OUHEG'S. .- I.J .moving; REPAIRED and RUGS AND UPHOLSTERY cleaned home use. (1.SO bushel Grapefruit75c BEDROOM SUITE Light oak. 5 Orange I amel Ice box. 50 .werpr. 20678. Winter Park.

__ repairing and moving. agent for er.tn.'. Long .Distance Also new. Cabinets .rdl In your own home. Approvedmethods. busheL King Fruit Co.. 1401 W. piece. complet.. Used very little. CLOTHES LINES-Galvanized wire i ELECTRIC WAFFLE IRONS- Heat GAR1IENHOSF.-KoreseaL 25 and
Moving. 506 Macy. St. Dial 4965. order. Tlndall Furniture Co.. 2323 N. Moth protnl. Prices reduced Washington: '26. I Rr.sn.bl. New Hampshire clothe line. 35e and up Knox indicator several makes. Kelvina 50 ft. lengths. B. F Goodrich.
LONG Orange. C.I 6546. Dixie Rug ph. 7642. BARBECUE GRILLS Camp stools] Slor. .. 25 E Pn. Phone 2-3163. tor Dept.. Bumby Hardware, 102 W. Garland and Robinson Ave
DJTANCKio ILOOR cleaning REFRIGERATION REPAIRS-Youve 32. Articles for RentBUU.DOZZR picnic Ice boxes thermos jugs. etc. COMMERCIAL AND UTILITY steel Church GAS RANGE-Table top Excellent
SANDIGFnlh.
tried the rest now try the best. Mills and Nebraska condition. See at 875 Old England
for
ing. windows In stock All sizes
ELECTRIC RANGES Apartment
Suddath size
Moving -
Dial 4161 115 W. Columbia. Phone& 8154.Storage Co. Flor-Co Sealer which guarantees Barton's next to Colony Theater. for rent with rat..nddl.t. BOATS-10 and 12 ft; completely collapsible reduced 20- Southeast Steel Plce and full sized For I I Ave. Winter Park
I fed satisfaction to you who Winter Park. Phone 93 Hourly or eontract. ; perfect for quick and easy Co.. do.nslalr. 100 W. Amelia Ave Modern Immel.t. Ine. 428. GARDEN HOSE 50-foot lengths;
VETERAN lyr.
WI TUCK desires Quality Lasting Floor RoFIIGFrro ..Um.t. 3 years BULLDOZER.-.Laree size grading or handling Mills and Nebraska. phon. 2-142. ne Ave heavy duty green. Special $8 95.

I furniture short lut \er. "cement t.h.u. free Orlando since Floor 1929.Surfacing 1809 N. r.1 I Rollshingles land clearing. Palmetto rake and. BABY BED-30x50 Ineh. Gum. CAL RANGE-(100. going at S40 I I B its J Service, Boon and Jackson.
lane
ElabU.hed or built up and Hour or Phone maple finished. .
a.b.t dle. eont.et. Like 817 West
have Phone 2-0271. gas range. | ELECTRIC 5820.
.b.t ph. 15.
ou 7836. STOVE-Ph
An. siding. Smith &Sons; 4688. 7135 new Ph. 4667.. CentraL i [Continued On Next Pate]





Extra Pay Future Citrus Crop I: British Relax Titled Janis Paige Gets a Title I European FoodProduction DDT Control




For 'Yacht'Duty Condition Said GoodAlthough To End Titles; It's The Title! On Tail Louse


Bared Holy Land CurbsJERUSALEM HOLLYWOOD [UP] Janis Paige, the most titled girl in Cut

I | the word, was given her 58th title by the Tub-Thumpers of o Aiding Cattle

WASHINGTON TAP] Wit the it is too early to tell the extent of the set of j i today and she hopes it's the title to end all titles. I II *

word-I was Just amazed Rep. the 1947-48 citrus crop because of the month-late bloom II lAP] The Brit- The Title. I WASHINGTON TAP] The world First-rate control of the Africar
-
Ploeser [R-Mol] said yesterday head : condition figures reported indicate ish ordered a slight relaxation of j li's food supply for the coming year tall louse" reported Infesting

learned Adm. Ernest next the U. S. favorable prospects for security measures in the Holy I) The_ 'ub.'hupers. a society of Boston Press agents, I will be lte. if any, larger thaI Florida cattle in some areas has
K year Crop Reporting Service said. I tnumoea through Janis' list 01nancies during current year
and his aides "Florida Land yesterday after reliable reports I despit been found VS. Department of
drew extra pay growers reporting for the first time on next had said some ana gave up In despair. all found out about they might I widespread efforts to
Agriculture
i years crop indicate 8- element i I duction, the Agriculture Depart entomologists in the
I
for "sea duty"whie propt. the Jewish What else could the Bean- I
start all
early at oranges at 71 a war over again. ment said last night. use of a DDT spray. County

living ._J per cent of a full crop comparedwih from two to three weeks late although -I I sidering a truce during the Inquiry Towners do? ""The boys were so sweet. said \j I A severe Winter extensive Agent Fred Baetzman said yester-

l. In Washington a "yacht" 77 per cent of last heavy and with a good into the future ot Palestine.The I Janis has more tte than Janis. "Usually they'd Just writea I floods, and labor shortages reduce -I day.

\ yea set of fruit expected to hold.Arizona I orders were issued despite the of Winter food
Statistician J. C. TownsendsIr. Heinz has varieties. She's acreage
during the war.Tie and California the interception by the British of everything letter about the title and all Baetzman said entomologists
i below that of a in
ctn j from Miss Delicious [apples) year ago
never iCondition prospects also were said to another Jewish reuge ship i i"Hatikva" to sign it. I got many that the Western Europe scene of recent regard the "tail louse" as a seri
Miss Best Table Decoration s i I
percentages b
are j
been able
to It
un- fa-I I [ 1,000 ous pest. was first discovered
&rstand a good variable from year to year, being vorable. would-be Hop .ih [restauant1 She's been sponsor boys at Port Hueneme [Call] gave I I outbreak of unrest over food in the United States two years

sbason for giving based upon a "full crop" which usually a signal Lnd Igant from bellhops to up and dubbed me The Pin-up of ,: shorages. I ago and since then has spread in

&a pay for lad varies according to acreages and sion and possible outbreaks of vio dam builders. Her name is plated the Pin-ups." !I Only a small part of this Florida and Texas.

duty.:' he ex- other crop factors. Higher condi- Milk Production : on the shiny nose of tran- : acreage loss will be made up by I
With all
her
think
OJained.jKins. tion percentages on smaller "full lence.An port plane and there's even a titles you'd : Sprint grain plantings. The lice congregated mainly In

now reared crops" may result in less production official statement said a horse with her moniker pounding she wouldn't mind not getting However, there will probably I the brush of the tail of cattle and

was comnanderin than lower condition percentages slight skirmish occurred when I around Eastern tracks. one. But she did. : larger acreages of sugar b when numerous, the tails appear

chief 1 on larger "full Given | British sailors boarded the nsI I I i "I think it mut b my name" "I've always wanted queeni potatoes and feed bet. I I, matted from louse eggs glued in
-
.M the Nav-and King Early and midseason crps. Repot I sel but no casualties resulted. I II | signed The Tte. i the Daffodil celebration t b aroundmy further recovery in gri. of the long hairs. Lice sap vitality of
oranges '1
cattle which when
infest
greatly
dief : That, at Inspired Boston livestock
dug on the 77 per rent basis, totaled j Under the relaxed rules Jewish leat prouct. I
tjie newspaper to dub her Miss hometown of Tacoma. she II ed become so weak they can not
t war. 29i! million boxes thi season
J Plosr. a member of the House and on a 59 per basis In I Average daily production of picture house along the two main newspaper Font space in their snaring city more than sighed meand the studio couldn't Fort Pierce Market : Cattle may be freed by use of a

Appropriations Sub-Committee on 1945-46 totaled 25.4 million :. milk cows i running 232 gallons, ''I British thoroughfares were opened to any film star in years. It also let me go. That .a one title I : Nets Half Million I': spray containing 1'2 per cent DDT
boxes. troops. The soldiers must
I I: really wantedl"scarcity in
wettable form. The
I could of I powder en-
Naval said "the the account' for the bellhops
U. S. ,
Bureau of
eXPndiure. Agricultural still travel armed in fours, however I j [Soe-, I
The
I I I i" to Sunday Sen'lnTS''r) tire animal should be sprayed
feason Washington
indicated her The Girl
Is that they Vaenca are at 74 Economics reported after a survey ::I and keep out of cafes and naming :
wanted the Admiral and his officers a full crop, compared'with o of 75 Florida dairymen.This j I on ,II We'd Most Like to Paige. : Propaganda FRT PIECan's onera-- thoroughly, using 1'i to two pints
to !' 78 cent I I bar sidestet. Paige. of is I MarI of spray per animal.
their job all per condition last broke down i! Mi course a gor-
b wit average J Since the 75 I
ajound the I year with a production of 24 mil for the entire herds t 1.86 a I'I persons have been killed and year 196 geOl young lady who gets a kick I In Sugar Ration Cited I, ket here practically all In tomatoes -

boxes this Spring. With a galon I out of receiving titles and ma.bett netted gower approximately Business Women Elect
"I was amazed that they lon pr cow. wt a little th wounded in violence, WASHINGTON [ API Sen. a half
per cent condition report in outbrtak i something to do with it, dolar.
IR-Nebl said last
per cows milked. h night .
arranged a said. Wher
I they could summary Of the 64.000 crates I Officers Convention
s
tha at
1945, 24.4 million boxes were produced During April 5> Agriculture is
draw sea pay land." cent of the too."It's Department handled '
on I: to tomatoes
pr Monday
hie I in 1945-46. cows and heifers been good luck for me because spreading "scarcity green I TAMPA fAPJ Miss Sarah

Officers get 10 per cent extra The '47 grapefruit condition re- compared with .6\2\ frshene.a East Coast Vegetable my first title was Miss its administration propganda"i .;: totaled more than 56,000!' Lee Creech of Belle Glade was

and enlisted men 20 per cent : pr was set at 70 per cent of a during March. Crops Hurt by Mosaic Hollywood Canteen." she explain rtong. adding the problem sga now crates. Average price for the tom'I I elected yesterday president of the

extra for sea duty I i crop. cmpartdih 68 per I ed. "I got that when I substitutea to spread scarce : was $8.2 per crate netting approximately I 1 Florida Federation of Business and

cent last Sprg ad 1946-47 'No .I '!c:ty H' to The LId *"''I.l.St'r : for another starlet at the Hollywood plies but "what do with sup $450,000. ;, Professional Womens Clubs at the

South America Cited. I production million bxes Dificulty' Seen I \T PALM -Adis- Canteen when I first came surplus." t te .. Ccumbr. squash, pppr.I closing session of their annual

i With a 55 per cent In Italy Rule atru" amount of mosaic in here. That's where everything He said that under present con I egglant and convention.

For U. S. OpportunitiesWASHINGTON I port in '45, the State produced 32 cucumbers, peppers and squashhas wonderful for me started." ditions sugar should be decontrolled balance of the totalhandled. Other officers elected were

I (API Prentice million boxes In 1945-46. ROME TAPJ A pokesman for been experienced by sand land .I A talent scout spotte Miss no later than Aug. 31. If Elizabeth Heth of Tallahassee,

Premier-designate Francesco Nit- farmers wit celery suffering similar : Paige and since been I stocks Increase. decontrol first vice president: Frances Thur-
i Tangerines are given a 72 percent Wherry sid, -
Cpr. Ambador t Per ti announced last night the veteran In the up pictures almost fast i Culls Running Heavy Beach
condition report as compared Evrlades i pig a should come 30 60 days man Daytona second vice

,yesterday t Sut a wonder with 71 per cent last :' statesman foresaw "no dif- County Agent M. U. Mount re- as earlier. t [Special to T Sunday Sentinet-StcrJ: president: Bertha B. Luke of

cute "a ficulty' In putting together an | ported.He Before the war organizations I Jacksonville recording
of oportunity for young Spring with a 1946-47 production I Italian on I I }1. Texll are run secretary;
America for education or fortune of 4J million boxes. With Government to replace the > reported Glades farmers are with space in WAREHOUSES BEGUN 1 nig heav i Grande Virginia Reemer. Belle Glade

or bt."' a 50 per cent condition reportin Alcide de Gasperl Ministry which planting s\'er thousand acres of mind handed out titles but the i:;P.01! t t". Tr'-> iunjjy. Sen'inel-S'crl! I tmt deal with yields II corresoonding secretary and Annie

I Governor of Tennessee 1945. the State produced 4.2lnlUion resigned Tuesday. I Egyptian &a cover crop. boys in uniform made a real business JASPE' Construction work I: of No. 1 tom disappointing and Hull. Lakeland, treasurer.

i here on vacation, said he boxes. !': 1 Along the coat, Mounts expectsapproximately i out of It. Jams was jealously I ha on two tobacco ware- ;I: shippers report that they are big I

i to go to Tennessee next plan, The Texas bloom Almonds and hazelnuts are good 8.000 acres of ses- I claimed by so many platoons :i:I houses here according to County ,I caught between high grower prices I[ Maple sugar and syrup are native -

r 'eet i I 1U reported.e7o sources of calcium and iron. ,i. bania and indigof ero t b planted i i ships and submarines that i they., Agent Ambrose E Net I I and consumer.resistance. [ American sweets.II .



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[Cont from Preceding Pare] I 33. Article for Sal 33. Articles for Sale I 33-1. Graduation Gifts 40. Pet Stock'.and Supplies I 45. Apartments for Rent 47. Rooms for Rent I 150. Wanted Rent


I OUTBOARD h P. Johnson SELLING OUT-New cash .I.te GRADUATION GIFTS-Radios. Port. BOSTON PUPPIES and 6 months WINTER PARK-Fairbanks Ave.. 824 LIVINGSTON AVE.. 1239 E. Room & tttthztg tnttt1-et;

I 33. Articles for Sa" with 13 MOTRI t. and 12 ft. new X.lYII.tol drink cooler; new / able small Pin table up .models lamps and: travel eom.bID.Uon. D.orm.d. vaccinated.Oak Pedigreed I W. Furnished apartment con.ttD. I with klcl.. privileges which- will "I HOUSE Plrnl.hpr WANE. leaie.or 3 bedrooms.6 months ORLANDO FLORIDA
I Swift runabout boat steering mlmeo..pb. meat case: show .1 Rel.teed. Crest.t ef living room. 2 bedrooms, amount room, f
SPRAYER .Tractor tak off. .le.1 1303 Sumter St.. Leesburg. e.e.: : large Juicer. 18 1'lad I Iron fleUrell& I.mp.Orlando mil East Highway 1-8 on and bath. 97 weekly. klt.1 bath. Rent for .tt"en-l. Atter4p.m advance.. Adults. Ph. 4702.I MAY 18. 1947 PAGE 13
; OROVJ : 36 field boxes: picking ames Sales ft .. Orange; Longweod-Ovledo Read. ..t. aumm. I
34 pump. 500 gallon itecltank. PAINT-Inside prewar 64 de. 5.I 20959. WINTER PARK. 928 N. Orlando Ave. 4 p. I
1933
olckuD.
& .
I HOUSE
.a..1 _
I t.ble. I WANTED Modern
Perfect condition. 2-3921 85 Cprol. BOXER AKC furnish. 51. Houses for Sale
Ph gallon; plcale 83 and ; 20th. rUPTorou'bbrd and two LAKE FRONT ROOM Twin
bed
I ed
| bunaalow.
b.drol 2 3
\ Orll T.1 .P.r..t or bedroom For
fire LEATHER '
; drain tile- 4" to 12 H : GOD5W.leu .eU W. rent.
& prS. 'lt.rd pnae.tn lower floor room with 203 I local doctor and
I wood cheap sOds and ply1 I j SCREENS-For all kinds of metal : :: Annu\ Lucerne 7110.LAKE .ho.e. ;I family. 2 children. CLOSE IN-9 rooms. 3 porches base-
l ENGINES and power | W : '
and e.I. Pennanent.jpU4U6.
oJu 1 good vlctrola and .rd. 820; I casement windows... Aluminum roof. I e.D 25.discount. rf 2-RoM. APAI1.EMT room I mtnt oak floors. fireplace t.le

..reultura. and Pipe Indus .o. motor V. a p.; 2,t. truck. 1 log and siding. Also aluminum ..: Hdw... KlhlLUSAU > COLLIE for PUPS-2 1.le... Inoculated' few feet Colol.l.Summer Eola Parkway. EOL. near; twin or dOlbl.. HOUSBTwANTED Furnished; 3 bed- Toil, garase. Walking distance. A very

trial maaU.Uo. Fond. good. condition and tires;. & trail.j 1 raze dn. Autom.to tl. Sotl.I < 1/3 off 00511 l I Road. r.bl. R..ID.bl. 1341 Lee pak. r.t. 6995. Ab. .. Some privileges :i rooms Contact Mr. Irby. Sears coal and comfortable home. Offers!
Supply CL I 'Sl.RD j 850. 6010 Cheney )IIshwsY.. j I east Stel .. .I. types. I Wlnl. Park. 766J.I COTTAGE-Small. Completely ,u Nlb...: 3-3669. Roebuck AdvertIsing Manager phong furnished 110,500. See E. Stewart

-TACRr with"j' 1 Ave... downstair Phone 2U.Z.f .. .. II.dro CoS3. K. I COCKER SPANIEL-On* I Olihed. including all uUtea ,I 0513_or_223 Belt. winter Park. with Harold Shepherd Realty Ce 20
attachments.In Celling out Must Church. mal pup eluding linens. Nice LUCERNE SFCTION--CO.I. cosy: adI B.
PIANOS ,
eeL ; ,. for HOUSE Washington St. Phone 1124.
a UTILITY PAD Chroma 5 eel or ADt-2 bedroom. TTn
10. : i iI full
eOldltoa Will .trad Boa for 77.; serious. :: Three. I IAI. 'i ipiano's I f nfvh.A: Militant. easily cleaned NEPTUNE OUTBOARD MOTORS... grown Plerd.. a2.. 1940. Mie. "Summer.8. Orlando 2 adults Ave.enly. MODU.!!I'i kbis.Phone Jaunt bath.3-3508.Adult Very reason. I,j I family <9 year old glrli. Perm*. C0LONIALTOWN'Furn'sbed 3-bed-

small boat 8terouk" fin : 93 25. StoresCe H.I 3',. and 10 H-P. t.11 eUDde. alternate Ave.. Winter Park between 3 Winter : nent. Ansco representative. Call I room house with glasaed-la sleep

F.. _ _ ;, and. .up. I,i I Pne. 2.36. 2 firing. Ilm.dl.t. delivery I I Formosa. Phone 902-M. CI. NEWLY FURNIHl4om and LUCERNE CIRCLE 618-Larse e".: Swttmer. 2-M21 extension 733. Ins porch, screened front and serv

OUN-31 Smith i in. barrel; 925. plies..Everything oa ,.oa. :;I' SPRINKLING CANS I Convenient um.. WcloU'. Hdw. I I bath. Private entrance, upstairs ,i ner room facing lake. Double beds : 925. man's new Tues. 19 and 21h O.lw&la CANAIIESI.thrd pair with ease apt. Shady and cool. Permanent !! term available. Allen ehnson.
10 ft. rewbeet. Orange I|j I sprinkling cans 2524 KuhL connecting bath: running water At'I I i rooms. Now or in future. By permanent Real
bicycle: cud 1 wk.. 930. 31' h.p. 9imBsoBFlanojCo. 2:0 Knox Stores I 1-u.n Pine I "le *.. winter Park guests pufertd Reasonable 100 W. !I Summer r.t. Phone 2-3003. residents who will furnish tor, 140 N. Orange; 8612. "Special
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motor. 9100. 737 W.phurek. Outsid n.l. perfect between Formosa Sts. Ing In Homea."
PAINT .du.to".I"
new Epton i..blt andC ,I RDIo T. AVE 620"E.. I'i I excellent references. 2-4319.
Pion. 2-3113. I O. *. I 002-H. I 'f LIVINGSTON -Nice
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|, From 1.1 deliver. Arnold SPRAYERS-Insecticide apraysra. doe !I II RA. Theatre WU.rc in EFICIENCIES-.Also 1 and 2 bed- I clean room. Double bed. Kitchen HOUSE 2 bedroom or 5 room InI I COLONIALTOWN ...2-bedroom frame.

: OASOUNIZNQIJE Clinton 1H \I rear Paint off lout St.8.We Orange; j and up. Gulf spray, pints quarts'; Celonlaltewn; 8136. Blok COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES._ Merd. < rom l.nmrDt. Lake front. and laundry privilege Ph. 9307. j I or near Orlando. By the year. Six Sleeping porch fireplace lane
air-cooled all purpose engines. 2.3'1. I I Kennels. Yellow Phone | r-odera kitchen. Fruit trees. Cora-
H.P and Knox Stores "oo West I ORANGE MEMORIAL 5ECTION-. months rent la advance. Box 2588
Florida Pipe Supply Co, 630 W.CI.r.b PUMp. .1ecre deep and shallow Pine.I.lon. C. 2. E I RECORD pLYERS-Electrlc. Id.al'', tt Sanford.DOGS .I.b I NEW 10DER Tourist cettage. KitI I II I 1 i New. Twin beds dressers, closets. Orlando. Pta I pletely furnished with washing machine
nothing 2-311. beach and house parties. Con- ironer radio.
611$ for Must
i sacrifice.
St. phone _ _
and a* t'J.p as 91 per month. ; I: SOFA BED-Heavy duty springa I ceMent terms. Wyckoffs Hdw2524. BORDE. .trlppd. clipped] 'I slant B.utr..t mattreas. in- ; Private bath ph. 4435.I HOUSE-2 bedroom. furnUhed or S I Make offer laoo Oarvin.

1 W A f nR3o.Uol many Well Drilling at Pump > walnut arm rest. 845. Good eondltion.300'.s I j I and Animal I .. .te. .lowrr. Summer i' ORANGE AVil9ffinnerspringmattrels. furnished for 3 months: June 1st: COLONIALTOWN
.. H. I I E. Khl t, Hospital. 1600 N. I rt. Nicely Wise's Cot. 2 small children. 870 limit. Good SECTION. 1626 I
Monday. .
Winter Rd. 1 mile cast Shell. 4545.DALMATIOT'PjYPpIEjstjr Private entrance. Gentleman
Phone 2-1S41. Oad.1 o I I H..e. Or.n. Cheney Highway.APT. Mt. Vernon Ave.-Very beauti'ul
8. Or.n. I
220 JZV'LY-Dn.De tae.
neighborhood. Call 2-2938. to 12
7087. SHE Phone 19
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.r. :' orb" ; ph. |, SOLAR HEATER Cheap; completewith ofe. ear. bred! prf"rd. .118. Sunday. 3-brdroom concrete block home. Well
englnea. 'I '
HOIST with 3 h.P. Nova cbro. tank and fittings. 20 Alpine rings la Idu.tr.1..tel'. Correct for See Sunday only at 212 Pasadena -Unfurnished. 2 rooms and I ORLANDO AVE-Heir Underpass. built tile bath tile parch**. Wm
R.'101 TopiC OU Tltusvllle.Fla. PAIT-Aluml.u.pints to .In.b'l D.he. Idaitland.SPRINKER&A. I II .evening. sports ., wear, Place.PALMATTAN. bath. Gas .stove la kitchen. Private Gentlemen preferred. Bus service. HOUSE-.3 bedrooms furnished or eel by owner, for attractive price;

._ _ _ _ \ entrnt. 1 mile from city r unfurnished. Permanent resident by
Knox Stores Co.. 2, L Fin*. ; good selection many See our wide variety at 120 N. Or.sore. resist limits on West Inquire at Bled.o Shell at.toD.; Mrs < appointment only. Fhen 3-73SI.
HOT WATER: .. 10. 30 I 1 I lawn I IaD. O'Neal Arcade I PUPPIESM.le. Tr.le Park. I Dean. l Will leas with option to buy. Near I
HUTE. 2-11. typea sprinklers. Soc and teed appoint 2 _ _ _ I chool.
111 Ph. Mr.
and 40 .. capal" OrlandoAppUinel PRUNNQSHIAAS-Lenh and short Xnol Stores Co. 25 X. *Pin*. WATCHE. BENRU8-Men's ROMS. COIPI.tl furnished. {I ORANGE AVE.. 473 S.-LivingbedI '| Duke. 2-3706. COLONIAL-TOWN Price jnet reduced I

Co. In 3i I. OrangeAve handle :also grass shears. Knox i 2316.SUND t WRIT Jewels. DOGS. CATS. kittens.and 1Den.5 .U.. "tlUe.. Oa I I room nicely furnished. Privatebath. i HOUSE. 2 bedrooms: unfurnished or ea this attractive bungalow consisting
pupa. Con. a month. :
Ph. .57. Stores Co.. 21 .. Pine. Phone 33163.FRE85URECOOKTRSO.nuln. I I the die.i Jewelry Exchange 65W._ JPb"1 tact Orlando Humane Society, 827S : PI. 7211. Breakfast prlvilese In room. i partially so. Reasonable; 5413 or of five alee rooms and screen.ed .
HOME .owavailable I IPresto. MRRReplae.. 2 EEDROOMa. use of modern I Box 159 S Star.HOGSEZi'bedroomsclose. porch tile bath; hardwood floors
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ERK.IYnat. I i t.lho. uad as a WHIZZER MOTOR : o f .nu. SOUTHEAST-Very desirable front 4 ;
261.D
Kel.vlnator PA BI r.cto" home 4 acres Rea.sor.sble. all in excellent
at Call condition. Oa beau
in. I
record O iI i-
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." 34 and $1193sod your favorite I mounted oa 2&1n Co" AND CAT room in nan modern home: priviUses .
-t Adult Phon.
Department. 103 W. Church.BA1RCUPPIBSPTOir11i0flhl. 113 91." Knox .. 25 E. program court reporting or many pI".. IS.Je.Ia. ... 83995down. I horse meat PDanned. 4398. of the hone, bus stop at front 'I 2-2424 from 8 to 6 p.m. or after I I fully lanscaped lot with aims fruit
.tr. I 11 I
hand Pine. Phone 2.11. j other useful thine*. Full 30 minute $ pe Wclof'. I i I and remedies Brownies Kennel fO I 46. I door. Phone. 5S83. 6 and Sunday 2-7211. See trees.this Quick possession: good terms.
type hair clipper BumbyHardwart. ; recording on a single reeL Easy tooperate. Hdw.. 2524 Kuhl. |I I Masnolla 8hoO. Hojisra for Rent LOCABUBIN18S COUPLE would |I one today Ask for Zclma
2.1. PIANO psekardbaby grand; I Also 1101 Aye. phone SOUTH ST26 E.-Close in. cleaa. I Henson with Martie Williams. Realtor .

103 W. electric. !!I mahogany. 2757 Fairbanks Ave..,! Send a *voice MaU-A-Volce letter" by mafl. ELIZABETH ARDIN'S blc'k' fittedTreasuretts' j I I DOG FOOD. Kibbles| and X-cel: dog BUTLER DR-. off Kuhl. 1 block East I Twin beds hot water, adjoining '.I Month like or to year.rent Phone home.8617.Unfurnished i I| 21 W. Washington St. Ph. 810 .
TRMMKR-Ptnoor bath.
HEDGE Winter Park ph. '2tM. Business Equipment Co. 390 ;: kit la red. {i remedies and Orlando I I r Modern S rooms bath. Working people.
N
Trlma hedges btt for less cost. I Al.o medium j 5454. I Small and smart to be used for a X-cel Store. Dial 2-35..upll.. ed. Couple preferred. H. hrD.1 I SHADY LANE AVE 1403-Furnished WORKING COUPLE desire furnished I COLEGE PARK SXCrnotf

Anc Fed ., W. Robinson I, PINOprlht; 120. Ave.. Win- .n. hand bag ..el I roomy enough for'' FOX TERRIER PUPS Thoroughbred' BEVERLY SHORES"' I o unfurnished room, cheap. Kitchen -I 1 or 3 bedroom home with garage. 3-bedroom bungalow. 2 Attractive kitchens
as I -
| the of eesentlsls < 8ECON-2. Box 369 8.91cr.YOUNOVITERAN.
"v. 5163.HOUSEHOL dl.I I I Prk. PI. 177R.PYREZWARZOenulns SOLAR, SYSTEM_Ph. a-1670. It contains beut"88.23. MeElroy'a I i I 6 weeks old. 641 W. Concord Avenue. --! story 3 bedrooms. 2'' Irlv\e. I II 2 screened porches: double corner-,
auppL' Pyrex. always -! I which .. telephone 2-3409. rooms spseloua. Exquisite WASHINGTON ST614 E. Sinsle | and fiance tired' lot. 4-rar garage with cement floor
count! Ina pli. a very useful and practical TRUNK Pharmacy. 125 S. Or.I. PEKINGESE PUPPIES Responsible adult family fUrDhlq"j I room: 87. Hot water. Excellent for of postponing marriage due to Furnished 17.800. 13.800 cash. Lorraine -
"cleaner at Oldd gift Knox Stores Co.. 25 E. Fine, I I Oshkosh wardrob trunkuo..nt I further for Ile. For 11-year lease. Robt. Prydo. Realtor, business gentleman. Ph. 2.9030.WlNTEARK9OOChase. housing shortase. want small home Hoffman with H. F. Boland.
faOT WATER HEATERS Electric 1: Phone | condition. 850. leo at 305 34. Articles Wanted I E. Central tnform.toD. hUllt to 1606 I'i! 668 N. Orange: L. I or apartment furnished or unlurnit i Realtor; 673 N. orange. Carrlgaa
.. 2-311. I W. Par or call 23554.TRUNKTaziwibo.. 'I Steele
and fuel. 30 and 42-gallon alec bed by July 1st. Limit 850. Have < Bids phone a-4551.
Wilson of an kinds: .... I I BUMBY ST.. 1803 8.-3 room or double rooms. Private baths and I something
for ?
We Install thisi be.t.r. 825. 26 InT AXES-Furniture \ I you us Phone 8533. CHEROKEE "
tage. showers. Sun deck I PARK far
I II Adults. 810 per week overlooking I lake. abov* the
anything haveto
machines you 1803
42 W. Pullman log 8. ,.
Leonard Hardwart. C.Dtrl PLUMBING SUPPLIES I es. Airplane Ju.. Sewell-Thurmond FurnitureCo. I PUIIsep. Blmb I nl>hed. Bus ''nlce.COLNIALTOWNHorh.. Summer rater. Winter Park 27. average Is this beautifully furnish
Phone 2-211. I 11.50. .one*. 816 B. .. 11. 31.Houses for Sale | ed solidly constructed
O 3-bedroom
Dial 4070. TALE AVE. 1432 W.-Room.
W. Fine St. .
circulating Anything yen need In plumbing. W* PUPPIES weeks old Duplex t.11 or home. Owner
HEATER ; TRU.pra2 li. ,SO. sac).. pointers Single. Adjoining leaving city. For quick
wood hr. Du.Ter.pl.Do all t i have the goods and we have the .Winter Park. AUCTION GOODS WANTED Still L I Good stock dogs. Ph. 375JX. 649 lrll.hed loel. rooms: cool bth. Inner- ADAIR PARK-Nice 6-room bungalow I Ii sale 817,500. Will finance. Olio
tn .
Constant
food condition. 815 8. Amelia, price. Duo-Therm water heatersDueTherm 11U'K.roln. t time to send your valuables to the I Jackson-.. Winter Park.FUPPIESEoII.ah I c.lr.bl. Klth.n and bath newly spris hot r. N..rbl. 3 bedrooms. 2 screened porches. | with Cavenaugh. Realtors
Hand type. $2.30 furnaces. City Homes TRUMPi Telephone standT and I auction for "'. ..1.. Call I II I decorated". summer and .. Business woman preferred Ph. ,i fireplace, book shelve lars closets. Jjmu'n
HEDGE CLIPPERS I 1 ; lb. capacity. Kerr. Tursd. .. Bull Dog. ARC winter U : too month Adults 6044.ROOMPrlvate. '
electrichedse Plumbing Co. 137 W. Fairbanks Av* 10 I 2-0158 for Demlng .Dt.l citrus trees etc. Price only 88.500 and ...,
law fr. COLLEGE
and MM: alto Skll 1209 Ounnlson 9 weeks old. Sired by a PARK K* down
no nets.
I Re1.terd. paymeat
Winter 261. 733 W. Church S&RUC&BOXJWa& 378. homeon bua line > its real buy Mr. Moore with J. F.
Knox Stores Co. 25B. P.rk rh Auction Sales C. L. Tool Fern 8Sta.CON ; a I for eligible GIs
Park. Fla. oa this
d'"llon. three-bed
clppn.. TUXEDO -81s* 36. Can see between 9 to buy used CONWAY -4-room cottage. kitchen ... Private en- Mattos._14$ N. Main; 5809. | room home Just being
Pho"318. I a. and 4 p.m. Inquire t* 1249 TOY MANCHE3TER8 weeks old. 112 50 montl. Slay Real trance. Please telephone 705*. i ALTAMONTK SPRINGS" truly a one of Orlaado'a completed by
trunk and )Aercede.Ave. o. Winte I Excellent condition. 830 and to,. expert builders.;
935.
32 T. .
.drb .
9 LOVELY LARGE ROOMS. with You will Block
stove. PArNT.Outalde wblteKemTone.Plsatl.KoLs Ornamental Nursery. Inl.BASS 1028 N. Hampton St. 3 lovely place to live. e po- construction wlt n sib floors
Old Eniland"ume Are.1 or and enamels. H. H. TRICYCLES-Two. Taylor. Good FlbDLeT- Reasonable condi COLLEGE PARK-2 bedrooms newbullding private bath. Twin beds lan daily like this 3-bedroom modern If ye uaetat.a ce you nay pick
iTAN Winter Park. FarrUh H.rd., 220 S. Or al. condition. Re.sn.bl. 2017 tn1vr tion. Ca h. 8O41. Mr. Carlo. I TROPICAL FISH-30 Ansel fish left I 5 months rental unfurnIshed. -' closets. Overlooking lake At low residence. Clay tile construction. the colors for decoration md be
Phone 2.14. sIt, Dr.. ph. 2.12. C.1 : at 5150 each. Aquariums and See W. I. Harold Summer rates. C.l 9743.COMFORTABLEBEDROOM.4. Frentirfg 100 ft. oa a beautiful lake. really satisfied Payment* will TUB
HXATER-New electric DIAMONDS, watches. Jewelry old stands. C. Bill. 1226 I H.1 .Ith
TILE-Your bath and la mat Nebraska Ave. Shepherd Realty .. ..- Landscaped lawn many oaks hlck around 865 per month rent would
email tee box; Evlarudeoutboard klehe.. gold. Highest cash price. M, M TOY POMERANIAN PUPPY-Four I tan St. Phone 5124. I from Middle aged blOb'" 1. ones and mainolla shade trees. 812.* be that much. Be* Reggie Moffat
motor. 144 E. Muriel. prof pem.tl. .t.t. Je..ler. 32W. Chunl. I bu.lnea. 500 terms Asher Peter. Realtor, cor. with O. F.
SUPPLIES ale.n. Plen. 2-4632. !.a. months old. Inquire to 1340 40th 3-bedroom lIen lady couple. Reasonsblg. Pn Swopg Realtor. 60 East
fLUBIO FURNrrURK WANTED! Good and Street. I OLOZ-PARK-Lrn. 6 6287. I Central and Mair 3-0786. Pine nh.n. 5812. After office hours

HOIST-3 boorat I hand operated Bath tuba lavatories. toilet toilet TARPAULINS treated. Sizes oz. 15x18.canvas B.specially .. bad. Any quantity. Cochran'g Furniture FISH aquariums, years lease with OPtl1 to buy moa.and or AND for working call 2-4050.

winches complete with esbls.booms seats ,u. electric and oil mater I' Goodrich Garland and Robinson call 2-0931 or 2-238. TOPICAL. .. supplies. Harry .lr.1 I will! apply rent on price. Owa- ROM ; with BOAR Ph. 9F97.. I modern cottage on pretty lake.i tEiARKFreme.bodreem
ral i. and lower and fan beawlveled. let.r. soil pip and fltUD. e.p Ave. FURNITURE-Used stoves; ice boxes; ter. 138 Drive; off I ir 403 N. Shin* Sunday. hld. i 13.250. terms. Asher Peter. Realtor house. Large living room with fir*.
I Hoe.1199. Boiler Cherrelet. and fittings. Sewing machines. Call before rents A'Rld..o.. cor. Central and Main; 1-0786. place, eleepin, porch and oak floors,
pr Ibb THERMOS JUGS-il o Pak. DIXIE HIGHWAY 8. 2-bedroom
115 and all LIVING-BEDROOM. furnished Kitchen
711
W. 2-1101 selL We pay "top" prices. equipment included
Churl S..el furnished home. All electric kitch ADAIR LAKE SECTION bedrooms at
I metal with spout H. TINY BLACK and tan puppies 4 Private bath. Breakfast prlvilese 87,800. Allen Johnson.
Thurmond Furniture Co72 Realtc
II I Had..r., 220 8. H r.rr St. Dial 4070.FURNITURE PD. old I.m.le.. Ideal pets for mo'j en. Otdor grill. Many llveosks.citrus In rom. 473 S. Oruf *v-u and sleeping pnrrh. Furnished N. Orange; $612. '8peclalimns. 13
BOlSXOL JRNIRV.rloU dren. 825. 2A03 S. Delaney. 'rlt. Bus .' dor. home. 97.500. Wilbur Strickland. Homes. In
piec. b".prl. PLEXIQLA8-Large irregular scrap 2.14. 6434.I Anl.bl.'Jun. DO YOU WANT sand room single Broker; 23 W. Church: 6575.ALTilTiiRING&StatetTI..
dinlnc TYPEWRITER RoyaL Can be seen 11. or double fine pleasant COLLEGE PAUK-i
ch.lr. bedroom
e. .1. for home eraJlcrs. Five It's furniture j ael.hborhlo. bunsalow.
PI.CI WANEU 41. and I I MtJi'lilt34 share -
2-2385. at 2757 Ave- Winter Poultry Supple j WWI surrounding? hardwood floors
I C.1 Also small Flrb.nl sun
room home, easily worth 815.500. porch.
1.& p.tp.ld. home with working
ICE BOX-0 lb. Jiiee condition; *23. sheets. Ina Tropic BUTitusvlllv. Pak. phone 121M. well buy it. ).the e OrUndo. I convenIences.ONIIGHWAY. ; mo." CORNER ROOM. bath: n lu.11 In a good grove worth 810.000. with I jaraje. 87.650. terms. Jones wi
.. ; $20. 2 stands tt Fla. TYPEWRITER Late model used BABT CHICK.U. 8 Pullorlum tested home. Otnt.m.1 preferred. Refer furniture worth 82.000. All this for Moos, Broke4 132 B, Main,

and SB. Sprint eot IS. 2 ft. ladder 8150. Girl's bicycle. standard also Underwood Noiseless; 58'E. Church St. Phone 2-3808 .tok. for future delivery. NO 441. 7 miles out I .n C.I 63.. 819.000 or less, if unfurnished. C. W.

.I $". 1725 E. St. PANQtprl.b& Circle phone 6014. completely reconditioned. Imlt.WU I feeds and poultry 8upple across from Keytsone Tourist SINGU Working young Walters Realtor 673 N. Orange;
son Co- 401 W. Central Orlando Store. Dial Court. 5 room furnished house utilities ROMS I CONWAY AND
; sells
ICE BX-Bhthoa 100 lb. cape- PIANOS Walt for Joseph Bailey. ORANGE WANTED-Any ..OUDt ( i I .tud.lt. 16 weekly. Y. M. BUMBY SECTION-.
: Cheap : Above King 1 BI-Y CHICKS-Tuxedo Feed Store. C. A.. 311 1.nol.. Ph. 80O8. AMELIA AVE. EAST-3 'bedrooms. : Partly furaUhed 6 room bungalow
cudlUo" HI.h.
clr. 1.1" Ih 736 VPHOLSnR.BI C c.b rr1'
Magnolia Opening prll.
; Jor An.le. New patterns Co. 7267. I 8. approved Pullorlum tested. VISTA 31 Hsrt Street furn IS bath masonry construction, I on corner lot. Attached ear port. Lies-
.0.. and colors. a. 2911N. 906 W. Church phone 2-2821 or 7336. I.ORL house I rooms 2 porches furnIshed $15 000. See E. Stewart trig range and refrigerator included

: INLAID LOL_ JutD.. on PIPZpon.bl.. lock .iolntaod slip. Oranse.VACUUM J Br.wa OL GOLD diamonds-We old pay gold hlgnest watches.prie. CHICKS Quality assorted tested ., .Ie.trkl", .te. OPENED T THE PUBLIC i with Harold Shepherd Realty Co. 20 I Orange.for $530o. Barlow 0. Fredrlek, 115 N,

I .floors .lk ,.2501Editvattr and farm irrigation. CLEANER With all attachments brokea Jewelry teeth. silverware.Berkman Rocks, Red Wyandottes EnglishLeghorns. WINTER PAR- 2-bedroom furnished Washington St. Phone 9134.j I It's dial 8188. 4
Florida Co. 630W.Cburch
supply greai
Call a-l2li. : UniversaL Practicallynew. Sons. 139 N. Orange. Our selection breed and .; new; electric kitchen Luxuriously furnished home located j ADAIR LAKE fciXmON New bun-- to live la Orlando1
$115.PUMPSHome
; I Ph. 2-6403. sex 1.9a10. C.O.D. Biddies Griffin : l.a High 8lnl and Rollins.Available 219 E. Livingston Ave. Private I galow. 100% OX Loan Telephone
IRRIGATION PUMP 4" centrifugalpump' w.le system; Florida VENTIANBLINDS.-3 OFFICE MACHINES and furniture.Get June E. B Gay, a seml-prlvste bsths. Cool and | S-3623. I COLLEGE PARK-NO* often arc'wi
Pipe Supply Co.. 630 W. Church; days deUn" our prices. Ch..k with GeorgeStusrt. Orange; 2-1993; er 1261 Ar. clean Summer rates. ibis offer borne
TURKEYS Youiig tenderielgbts 16' I 4\ wIth i8 much
direct to V8motor Why I rom.
buy cheap .
) eonl.te you 13 Main St. phone 8158. ADAIR PARK-Rent or sell. 3-bd-
.hel
blDd. Plaee. Winter Park 664-W.
1 Phone I 10 ,. 20 Ibs. Poults and : I ?npwL.w lane rooms: tile Wtehan
Capacity 10 OPM On be 11.PIANoZnr.t can get the best for a centsmore c I room til* bath bungalow. Sacrifice.
mounted OB portable I Iprl.b" Good con ? Made In Orl.ndt by Charlesat D. Wilder Jr. Turkey Farm; WINTER PARK Summer rentals. i 1203 Ounnlson. ph. 3-1939 after 8p I bath. Attached garage. Lovely

unit. Ceboon Machinery Ill 680. 1 1802 .. 2.9455.VNTIANRLINflS..Paeteev STEAMER TRUNK-County 1919-J-4. TURKEYS;:50o lb. Hatching ens.20e. Attractive apartment full furnished CORNER ROM.ndon.. Running m. Owner en premise days. yard. and fruit trees. Excellent locatuon. .
W. South Bt e W. Vanderbilt A. ( Jun. 1st to Oct. 15th. 1 or bath. TO be sold furnished or unfurn.I .
..d.r Poult. SOc. Falrvllla PoultryFarm 2 170 per wate. rom. ICE BX-10 lb. capacity like flaw PIANO-Spinet console; beautiful aluminum ; dial 8837. .dlt. lontb. I C.I Lovely spacious 3-bedroom. 1H Realty Cu ** *
-prOu\lo'-W- USED FURNITURE 135 per Central *". fh-
I Io. Ff Inck house. Cheney Hlih- burl walnut cas*. Bench. Louts n. per s
w. & C.nnol Mills road. nt after made 9pm.by Stelnwar.. Lk new. ft. at f.do" Immediate delivery Used 101 I. Riley' pick up and pay e.h. Orl.ldoPi months. belnnln. H. R.t. 150 Park I bus Ule. 110 a .ek. wood floor Lake privilege Price, I COLLEGE PARK Beautiful new
Also ., W. lald' .
make Prntur. 205 Princeton
INTzR-oFlcriiTzM tn. A.lon. Down 93600. baUaane ,
.I.bl. and Poultry Co. W. A. :71. 911.000. payment.
.
tCou' Wo'D phone 601 Church Winter Park brick bungalow. 3 bedrooms.
ctOD- Immediate 1. POWER MOWER Craftsman. Brlggs.Startoa ..u.te no obligation. Orlando : 2 and i Ni81 I PI. 4717.WiEbLD. nines. Ilk* rent. Exclusive with H. F.Bolsnd. bath hardwood.floors, beautiful Ula
Equipment motor. Perfect condition.Evenings Blind Mfg Co-. 1739 8.Kuhl b.til : 47-1. Rental Agencies Realtor. Carman Bid*. 872 lot. lane
For
I. BU1D. Co Ji 1.t 8059. HRed Chicks now on i iC. WINTER 3-bed- sale at 811.600 with kitchen
9454. after 4 P. M. 1403 Belgrade ; I J. PAR hrD.h.d N. Orange: 2-4551. equipment.
t aale. Lake O' Chicks Oeo. Klttredse
WE BUY used CU ua be. I room ,. 5 te Son
Phone 9643. rtr.ol
JOHN DEERE 7-1U off-eet roes 11. VINEIN BLINDS Custom built. fore selling. furntu.Furniture Co. .. *i mile Maltland en Nov. 8. Phone Winter Park 116-M. LANDLORDS will supply yon Realtors. 2-3176.
harrows. Just received car load PLAY GROUND EQUIPMENT_tand. lIe per aq. ft. Five-day I Rt. desirable tenants free of chargeand ADAIR LAKE SECTION-Excellent
Orlando P.r Equipment Store, 701W. ard and custom built. Most appro delivery. R.dbl Venetian Blind* Co.. No.2-4883.3 Store. 619 W. Church phone .i"BLOODTESTEDchleks l-8. 895 f 2 BEDROOM house lmpl.teI7 fur- obligation. Just phone us your one-story home In quit. lovely
1836 Dr.t phon. 2-4167. 8 mile vacancy. Veterans' Real Estate Agen- Nicely!
Robinson. 3-3450. prlate gift for growing children. Oa I nl.he. nelshborhood. 3 bedrooms. CLOSE
display Metal Fabricating. VACUUM CLEANERS with attachments WE PAY highest raIn prices for old per 100. Blue Ribbon Hatchery, on Rt. 426. second house N.rl cy. 29 8. Court St. Ph. 4481. Isndsrapad. front and rear. Excellent IN-

iJN8IU- drain Pine .outhel, Ph. 2-0020. new. Apex. Orlando diamonds and diamond Jewelry in Department 15. 213 Forsyth SU 'of St. tubes Church S6S per .at HELP you find a rental condition. 99.00. Call or sea Uorlar.
trap Clt. F. a W.. Atlanta. Ga.iWiEW Open for inspection Sunday and
S195. WWI Xlon-
am City and er will leas for one ysara t 80 per
Furniture 141 618 rondlton Luna. service Veterans' ty with Joe O. Myers. Realtor 29
and metal for Co. W. eha. day from 2
... to 8 p. m.
cbleL Comolt HAMPSHIRE 2 weeks month.
Dial 8881.
till 95 cash PLUMBING SUPPLIES Clur.l.VINETIN Orn. Rd. 1 Real bt.t 21 Court. W. Washington.
,31 .D WILL PAY 9300 cash for spinet piano; old with brooder. Mu..U to 2-ROOM HOUSE-Partly
.
per month. BLINDS-Aluminum out furll.l.e.Adllt. Lancaster Park. 1122 S. MUlJ. tn-
1..S WrkU' day. 1813 E. Colonial
KuhL Tenets tubs, lavatories inside blinds. Rust-proof 9100 for upright. Wnt Blr. Drl. enl Inquire 1 48. Hotel Rooms mediate poutuloo.
.tl .IDk. _. .. .
Wester. 709 8. Fla. Avs SPECIAL PRICES and why .. .._. _n.I..
UVLHO ROOM 8UITE-3 Piece. 2 .h..e .. water heaters .ld steel and wood Inside blinds. P.H.A. V.ne .n. BEVERLY SHORES 8ECTIOW
blab back upholstered rockers: 6l pipe. Hsrper's Plumbing Co.. ( .) terms quick deliveries. Adams Vena SEALED BIDS for 4 Ih..e latb xuellan Government selected Parka 3 BEDROOM HOUSE-On Lake Jes- LAKE lOLA HOTEL-Bummer rte i brisht. cheery. a-ventilald Beautiful lake view home in perfect

dining table: chest of 1137 B. Orlando Avg. Winter Pak tian Blinds Service. 919 W. C'Dtr" toilet kitchen sink. b strain Barred Rocks for foundatloa.tokln. sup. Artlslan water, delco system.Servel now prevail. Complete hotel i bedrooms. Spacious living room. Tiled condition immaculately clean, completely
.. i porch drlt : stadia rh...w Orlando 9558 or Winter Park 945. reasonable. Mispah MI..lol Taft. .. Maybe us ship by Pan refrigerator. SCO monthly til Dining room open all meals; 21903.ST. I I I kitchen. A picture of cleanliness and I and nicely furnished a bed.

oleh..rr; Itee with m.tr.ch.I. In.ulre VACUw'ufR ElMtroluT. WE BUY YOUR Pine trees or saw I I chicks Amel .n weekly.2000 Pen These pedigreed high pullet Nov. ht. M J. Moos.5ROOMBUNGALOW JAMES HOTEL-South and Ro.a.I I I a really livable home. Beautifully rooms ell tile bath ell errevlatlnc

107 W. ?rlocito AT. Mon PAINT SPRAY GUN-Complete wit Tele- your lOl. King Fruit Company Cockerels from old old hen eggs ell w* Furnished: lind. Summer rates; air condition furnished If desired. Rab't 8. Huey furnace heat to all rooms stUn fan,

and Toe.. 1 t S F. M. 1/3 h.p. .Iat motor. Used phone 9662._ Call '21. offer at lie each; 610- W. pay electric kitchen; 8 acres land. .d. Double, .ID.le 9253. with Robert R. Tyre. Realtor 13 W. tiuulaud. garage and laundry. Beau
day*. K. New 10. Phone 7289. 2 p m. to4 pm. Wachtagton, 6174. tiful grounds. Terms to responsible
iOOM5UIU Map .D.ll. Bmp per pair. All delivery and guarantee arrival _
LVING WINDW8U.U partlea.
I rue. S.e& ch.t. 1439 shire. also. Promptaervies 35. Fuel Oil and Wood shipped C O.D. If you like. Joe Pak ORofTAGE: furnished: afi 48.1. Beach Rentals !

W. Princeton PUMPS-Complete stock of Denting. on all typea of made to ft Sons West Palm Beach. screened porch. BUCKEYE COURT-Modern -roomeottste. Mr. Ohio win be en grounds to give

LAWN 500W1R8-Popori new andused. All type for all purposes. Farm A order frame, window and picture FUEL OIL-A lu tank Is safer. es Longwood 9. COCOA BEACH RENAL- Hotel partly furnished. 84.500. details. Exclusive with J A-L. Ohio.
Rome Machinery Co.. 430 W. Robinson "Indo... 17th St. Phone 8031. tank filled. rooms for 2 at European 91.000 cash balance easy. Possession
45.
940 and op. L L Steel Co. Mlllworks. 1120 .your Apartments for Rent NEW.MODERN 3 rooms, furnishedor pe now. If you want a home, see thla. Real Estate 168 8. Court St.
17th St.. phone A larger tank plan. furnishedcottags.
8. Bryan; Phon. 2-0231 or 9664. 9733. Insures heat on coldest I unfurnished. 00. King, 1401 2-bedrol
4 mornings. McGraw Fuel Service. 1 block I from beach at 940 Roper Realty, Church and Main;
I WASHING : AMELIA A V.. 704 W.-2-roorn
LAWN AMD GARDEN PUMPS-Water systems. 10% off MACHINIE..prln) 0 .p.rt W. Wsshlngtpn. 23433.
week or 9150 mo. Call or write Paul
Lawn mowers hose 8UPPLU this week. W. A Jon .415 drler. 845. 2 bet.n. c"al..I i ment furnished. Private FURNISHED COTTAGE en For Ocean Lodge. COLONIALTOWN SECTION Use
37. I 1.1. CONWAY SECTION'-6 rooms and
Fertilizers Adu'ts. 37801.ANDERSON .
and Soils Ph.
after :
W. Robinson ejcPti.2jg028
complete line of band I *
tools. H H A. non._ 2 people. Boat. mile town. BEACH bath: double garage. Large screen your QI. Loan wisely. Beg this
I Parrish Hardware.. 220 .. PLGulb.auD Spinet .Walnut WASHING MACHINE- Brand new at ST. 1000-1 or 2 bedrooms Call 2-4S62 after 9 Sunday. DAYNA -5-room cottage ed porches. City water. Close to bus. new. two-bedroom five-room home,

Phone 2.lU.LDJ. flnl 11.1 down. payment. list prle.N..r 33 X. New i i BLC of DIRT-Pest.all kind myrtle. Shrub kteh.. H b.t. bus clo. FURNISHED. two bedrooms. 2 bathroom Moorhead.o..D 517 for. .umme Call 2-3919. frame construction, oak floors wIth
H.mp.llr.. b" Trn.plaDUI reduced .. I years two screened porches, oa corner lot,
p. lontl t.r cld all
Anol.te ove block house:
u'Oloa.tr"l& Stores .. .1 yard work. PI. 2-144. accepted. Ph. tontrt. DAYTONA mODt"1 CITY LIMITS-South. All cement down
I 848 month
no payment
per
r .tl. .ld ela. 13 J. A. !bole WALL BOARD For aU purposes. -: electric kltebvn. June 10th te Sept. BECH-He.. with tile floor A nifty Job. See
Chairs. COLD SMOKE -Destroys pests and modern .e.nfront Just like rent 100* loan or no
10. CLOSE IN One apartment. First Park
Winter
.ld H.br.ka.LUMBER asbef- 15th. Call 716 W. :
Tek.o. P.lmrt. UP'OD : I It Mondsy. 2 bedrooms swell kitchen. -
creates healthy growth longer. Beat Reservations sale. For this and other homes for
and bulletin materlsUs 1 P.ENRIORRATOR8-Crooley5belva. I floor, all utilities. Two living bedrooms after p m. No objection to children. .llnt.e. .
Mi. attachad esraee with laundry,
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for all f
710
shrub Veteran call Regale Moffat with
Naturally mull call Mill* and Nebraska Both dor.In 8 cub good ft'10. 4 eu ft 8115. W A T SSTMSAl.1.0 for farm and .. towe.; Brolb.nn.et.ble.Dr. 6314. four people.. one can .ccommod.l.Continuous three or OUR' PRESENT cool 2-bedroom bun A1..te., Daytona Beach.. Velon& 87.950. 1/3 rsih. Loren O. Dunn. O. F. Svope. Realtor 60 Eat Pine.

for yours. St. CODdtOn Baltimore ft Home COW MANURE 88 yd.; 100 bag hot water. ItUt.. galow. from June 1st. to Oct. 15th. I Broker; 6 N. Brown: 21269. Phone 58121 after office hours, please,

UVINO ROOM SUITE. I piece Machinery Co.. 430 W. Robinson. delivered. M. Knight 1-! 19:7. Pleasant neighborhood. Rent cheap i' LIDO BEACH Cool Gulf Summer CLAY ST.. oft Near Orwin Manor. call 24080. 4
A. :
maple: sprint RUO-H.srthtooe reversible. lOx COUIt COLONIAL DR802. -Bedroom with te denlrabl Phone 5344. New modern cement tile bungalow.
t.plt" aphol.tr 1902M4. P. O. Box 1381.DIRTS P'r' breezes at the new COLUMBIA ST1240 Wv 3-bedroom
Cost 670. Hlsh five windows. Couln.
chair. Adjoining
filled 1. 11. 85. Electric kitchen. 2 bedrooms. High
r..o..bl. bt 1 RENT Enjoy
LOW
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the Gulf house, completely furnished. Apply
CanDa. electric percolator wrouaht -Rich black top soil fill and equipped with 2-burner f meDt on '
lot. Brick street. 86,850. ,i cash.
LUMBER EverythIng in WELDING SUPPLIES hot months. ..
building Modern 1107 S. Kentucky.
.. I C.bUI AP.rt'l
lumber ; wood. Colonial Lum Reasonable.cart m\.Uaa.u.. items. B.clay. au.rnterd full loads. WrIt In very small klth.netU. 8It.bl, "rlnle.. 810 .ld per week. !i rates 950.patmeDt..ek Loren O. Dunn. Broker; 6 N. Brown;
2111.JPOE A. Bray, P. O. Box 102. for couple. lumma I 2-1269. CASSELBERRY-BeautIfully furnished
ber. ..'. Ph. 2-4. 200 Amp per.bl. welding outfits. Fla.Phone Co. Pin Gro. Cou&, 6 miles i 1.ld .eTlc.. Utilities. Private home. Concrete block construc
8 ft. Coldspot. Complete -R.1. CONCORD AVENUE 79 EAST-Small north on 8. 17-92.
LAWN SETS-Rustle ; "Bettotmade. TR supplies In stock. I I Write wire, phone Roscr V. 110" CLOSE IN-If you are looking for tion. 3 bedrooms. Near lake 87.900.
.** tlO. a cpre.. settee. G. eODdlt.L Reasonable. Call Distributor of Lcoll welding machInes FILL Good black top soil muck furnished apartment. For couple COTTAGE-New. 219 8. Palm AveSsrasota.. Fond.. i a beautiful home with inoome Hibbard Cauelbarry. Phone Winter

Turner's. 1234 Orange. Winter Park I ) I.I..ID a 2".1. | and ro.. R. Williams and dairy fertilizer. D.lnred only. Lake Falrvlew. moliii Phone 2263. j' here it is. Owners apartment of 6 Park. 763. Brokers Invited.

Phone 676W for a I I RADIO-8-tube Supplies. 911 B..c St. Daytona T.leplon. 2-4053. CLOSE IN-4-room apartment. Close Ph. 829-R. Winter Park. j I rooms and bath. Exclusively furnish.
.' sole- push with ra B.. Ph. 2 ed with 2 completely furnished apartments UELANEY BT.-'New block home,
delivered. *
bu/ton. power to bus line walking distance
1 i 4. and 2 4 : h INURE. 11 dir P or t one er twibedrooms. SMYRNA SHORES ,
LUMBEpre. i ; I 1641 model. A-I condltio town. 213 FRISHED. JEW OUl; with separate entrances. Owner 5 rooms. Oak floor a baths.Laundry
.M.1 !1.dr Adult. Ern..tn. S Information tele I Efficiency !II .
mlcellaneous D.I. please
rD" camp nOT. *-* Ph. 917. Winter Park. I phone 7033. Rt. 3. Pe Prelt will sacrifice at a lose and give Immediate trays. Fireplace with fur.naee
articles. 923 BOi ll. I CATHCART ST-. 342 'Will share phone!Winter Park 1-88. i month. Information reservetlons. ,1I i ponenlon. C. P. Shumway.I built In. This i* the beat buy
WASHING MACHINO-Bavase. Spin POULTRY MANURE tens cement downstairs flat one lady 825; also Box 693. New Smyrna Beach In cash.
LAMP-Floor and table. Electric UPaZRTR El.cnc new ef NEW Nice. 865. I it j I Realtor: 140 N. Orange; 2-3282. Orlando. 98900: 93.000
iron; hot plate; fan radio and H.r. 0'9275. Phon 2.37'. la dryer.good 1946 model; used very 9793.little.I for 53R3.floor. Call county, 11 ask I garage room bath adult. Close I BOtSEPlrDlh.d.. .. Old Fla.OSCEOLA. Roper Realty, Church and )Main

camera. 1225 Polnsetta A'.. R.A.D1O-13-tube popular m.k lk I ldItoD. TeleploD. CATHCART ST. 319-Small i Apopka Read to Adam turn left COLLEGE PARK New 23433.
LUMBER All new. Reasonable; see .fte WATER -Electric. .1.10. TOP SOIL-Peat. Fill dirt hauled la meat. for third house. t -I room modern 6- DELANEY SECTION -6-room tram
klnd dlle.lon. Also 911 AnIon Blvd. I well full automatic. H. or out. Guaranteed measure: phone ased UPIrlkeenC'h I masonry constructed house: bungalow partly furnished, includ.Ing .
slab and 1401 H -- CTAGE Lake Uixie. Millers BOn 2 bedrooms and den: 1 ear sarase
W. .'" ..d.I. .10m Dr. RIVOLVZR31 SAW special S In. I I'I Hada.. 220 8. Or.DI. Phone ; 305. I CA8SELBERRY-Separate studio apt I St. Cloud. Beautifully furn- I and laundry space. New range re- all electric kitchen and washing

MIRROR-Lane glass. I b.rrl 1225 Polnsettla 2-14. twin beds. tile bath email I Ished. Electric stove water heater. Daytona S..ch Florida frigerator and hat water heater. I machine; complete bath: extra lava
pl.t .10 A WASHING MACHINES Easy Baby : 38. Plants, Flowers and Seeds I tory and toilet; large corner lot. 102'*
1413 Oregon .. 2-3442. IlauDd" Private terrace overlooking and refrigerator shower enclosed : Ready to move In. Terms ran be ari i
phel. ROOFING-210 lb. thick butt shin. Whirldry. Immediate delivery. I I ,!,1.1.. r.te to Nonmbe 1st. I' porch and Bench and dock I Low .umme weekly rates. 925 double > ranged. Ask for L. A. Bryant with 133'; ahade. shrubbery. Price 97.800
MYZR8U5SjD TANKS-340 I le. Colors green red. red blend. I Johnson's Sewing Machine Eul.nl. AZALEAS cut flowers artistic table T.1 Winter Park 2-238. i rights. S.non.a.a.year. O. H. Ger. I bath. Beautiful Bar and Coffe Martie WUIiami. Realtor 21 W i and worth It. Mr. Wheeler with J. P.

.u1. ..1H.' 50. 500 gaL IU2.2; % Slate lend also roll roofing all colors 1100 Colonial Qr.. ph. I I'i d.cor.toD.. We wire anywhere. Jo- i I 1320 E.-3 rooms lach, Rt. 1. Camp Lizzie. St. Cloud. Shop. |I I Washington 8U Phone 8106. 1 Mattox. 145 N. Main; 8809.DUB8DREAD .
9165. H hp. working j and felt. Mccormick Roofing WASHING MACHINE Kelvinator. I' Plort. (Formerly KtU.e'.). I ERALE private. ProI Fla.i 1130 Rldgewood Ave. Charles Devers. -Nice loeatlon.2.bed-
I
415 head W 91210.Robinson W.Ave.A. Jory Co.. Co.. 915 8. Division lt. Ph. 2-315. Practically new. Phone 2-2727 be- I 64 E. Ctntrl; 4643. I fer working couple.) Ph. 2.217. t Msnager. I i COLLEGE PARK-Unfurnished. '3- 'I room frame bungalow. Oak floors:

RADIO tween 10 and 12 noon. l[I AFRICAN PLANTS-Large i 47. Rooms for Rent bedroom breeseway; attached garage; paved
-Traveler. 3 VIOL 1 CHURCIIST.. 310 E2 and I concrete tile house. 1 block >
MOTRBIEWhine. Good O I 817.50. 516 Itub.. mo.old WASHING MACHINE_Montgomery I I stock of Summer I bath. No children: 2 blocks rom.from to school, stares end bus. Tile bath. streets. Price 97800. terms. Ana
dlto.10. 110 ..A'.. RUG-8x12 I. .Oleol. Wad. Larse .1. A-l condition. I plants. Also fresh shipment of houseplants Lake Eola. Phone 6864. I I AMELIA AVE. 704 W. One furnlsh- : OCEAN FRONT homes. On 8. At- sink and floor: laundry and toilet Oaodwla with Harmaa Goodwla Inc..
2.166. Wit.. wt pad. Red W. 22d off Orance in wide variety. Pee,, Jo' I ed room. Private entrance. Near lantlc. Until f.U Ph. county 110$. la garas Aluminum Venetian blinds. Broker; 677 N. Orange; 9855.

I be b.tt.roua.seen by 2. .t.r.., can Blossom Trail 8 1 Garden. 2319 N. Orange; 2-1727. I 1 CLOS2-IN-2-room apartment. Auto- I bu. PI.101.. I Miss Thrlma Joln.on. with Dudley Insulaud roof; metal windows. Quiet DIXIE HIGHWAY-Four bedroom reeently -
Write Betty I matie hot water. 132 Grace Beach.I .
MOTOR 9175. 139 X. appID'm'l& CUT I Stret. Henderson. D.tn. street. 83000 cash, balance 856 story
IC Touchstone. WATER COOt.ERS.-.O.E. 10 cal per ZINI8I.nt and Lflllputa. I AMELIA AVE. 614 E.-Front corner built frame one
Hardlnc.BOVIES hour capacity. 8375. coolers OadeD" blok. each of CORNELL AVE1858. ; new efficiency 1 room private entrance Inner- NOTICE: Fishermen and S.ther. monthly Furniture available Ask for home with large airy rooms-equally
I ROCKERS P Uorm. Assorted Mitchell. For office or Rom 9395.i Mills on Virginia Dr.Cu. i Bath klehea Upper 811.50, lo.e. springs. Oarage. Adults. |I Efficiency cabins available. Make H-1008. Harold V. Condlct. Realtor; usable a* duplex or on* fnullT with

lor the Home. News Pa- eolr. .lor. In Furniture College Co.Pmrk.. 20 Orlando Appliance Co. Ine 210 N | : asaleas; palms; land | we.k7.. Cool. neat. AMELIA AVnE.-Nlc., close In.dealrsbis reservations. Close to river and i iI I 37 E. Central. 6137. three acres of land fronting onhtshway
rade. adventure, ". Oranne Ave. Phone 4537. ; tropical plants.Musselwhlto I Park I I ocean. Para Palm Court Box 226. and extending along ACLRR

Bowstead'a Camera .1 cm1c.I REFRIGERATOR. 75 Ibs. capaclty. I WATER HEATERS Electric Nurseries. E. Princeton. I EUCTIS.-.Furnished apartment with room le.r el.. I Edsewater. Its.INQUIRE !: CHEROKEE PARK-2 stories 3 bedrooms at rear. An excellent location f"
1 and '
Oranse: can 2-11. Porcelain lined. 120. 410 W. I oil gaa I I upstairs. Second floor. 840. Xxe- CATHCART ST. 335-Cool double NOW-Two apartmentjjn ., oak floors. 2-car garage i commercial bulb or flower growing
Concord. ; .utom.te Caldwell ft. Har PAPAYA TREES-Order now for fruit ter St.. Fla. 3 1 room for light housekeeping. Single i' I or home and industrial or rnmm'cial
MOTOR BIKE. WHIZZER ocean for Comfortable home. Owner leaving !
In good I 2J13 Drive; dial this James Handy, SOS 29th Eu.t. Slmm.r rDtnl. Addrl
2-11 I f.u loom. Laundry privilege Privet i of land. Price 811.50O. Ca.;
shape ls Chas R. 1007 I RUG- x2 Axmlnster. Used. Shot WARDROBE St I FAIRBANKS AVE, 2757 2 rooms. "Southwind. New "Frla B.cb. i town For quick sale, 815.000 terms use
llth la1d 1 'U" rifle books TRUNK.LaY44EQUipped CII. entrance. 1 block from Lake Florida. v.B O'Harra-Meere. 2-0636. 100 E. Pi
St. Cloud. .. end other with I' Utilities furnished. Hot Car Nicholson Realtor, 14 S. Main; 'I I '
pa. i .. ironing board and iron. PLANTS-Certified Marslobe .te. Eola. Ph. 2-6001. I
.m.1 .nll. Reasonable.. Phone 908 pl.ut Winter Park j I 2-1619. DUPLEX-Cloae in furnish* Jh.
WOToiBUW1aer; In good | 113 ren. Dr 2-4177. OlendonfoDr..phons 7703. M 83: Copprkl potato 'In1.1 12'1.I COLONIAL DR802-Bedroom with 49. Business Rentals 0 rooms and bath each apartnHuC r?>

I $. phone RECORD PLAYRAutomat44eral WINDOWS-Doors. with screens and I from L. M I. A. M| FAIR OAKS-90 Weber Lovely 1-bed- five windows.. Is-equipped with 2.burner COLONIAL -SECTION. Bnllt In '41. tt. tot; 811.300. WaIler wltk9 fts)4a
2.41. frames: used: large .. .. room Living rom. : Realtor 9-2532 2.005,.
MOVIE 1 Price U,. 233 WestI .1 stock of I I Prt.tt .p.rmeD' i electric plate In very smallkitchenette. 6-room and bath frame bungalow stone. ; or
E.crlc windows 120x30. Summer
CAMERAS-19 .I.ulc. Smith new .ld dor. 22nd and I attf. for couple. | DUBSDREAD SECTION .3
1m I 8tr.t. Rio Couple. lul.bl. furnished. AH sas kitchen. Oarage. -
I.U'lo. loading, Force prnd. I 39. Livestock and I house. Each house has 9 t, .
Ai log Supple COt.ONIALTOWN-Lovely room near FOR LEASE ON ORANGE AVE.- 190-ft. lot. 810.500. terms Weir
lod.1 Complete with F3 J opti RUC cPRE cabin rmbl. HAR-VEY SLIDING FERN AVE. 942 N.-2 room I oak floors wen
be CLSE door CRE bus and stores For lnform.tll System. 628 E. Pine: 4641. rooms d4n4 (61'-
Ie.flde.b.te" e.upu cod;I 1 at once. Easily dismantled moved and moved hadw.r. Complete. your I COW-4-gallon. Family. Full blooded I Electric kitchen hot please phone 2-2657 Up to five years 2 story frame bulld- lathed and plastered thrfvvSk-vif,
.utom.U Southeast I I Guernsey years old: very gentle water. entrance Adults.GORE *"..
rl. r.d el.e' I."e. Steel I ; Plw.t. for offices business. copper plumbing shower as.
:i thIs and offer. Phone 53R4. S.le, I busline: lakefront. tl or .1.1 COLONIALTOWN SECTIO!*-J-bed- I|
00. Money 8 Co- new milking. Be fresh In 1
m.k September.GuernseyJersey i Li-n
10..pl.II' down.t.lr ion W. Amelia Ave- AVE. 1401 W_2 apta. furnshed. a. at- Lot 50x155. Priced 87.450 I so.43C..,
back Phone d.t.1 I room house built in 1940. Com
Movie REVERE dutch belter. 8 months prefer.d.
.u.r.lt. F. bkle' I WAJ-B.ue. pots -142. old 1 block W. of I Easy terms Hampton Broa bA)
turn Drl..1 3-1912; I p i pletely furnished all electric kitchen.
I I
Kodak verynics. .
Phon. al.p
H. H. Par.
'remrDdou I .nn bU., HALs.EIrflIzszL. '180. Theater. HaH Bros. ArD '. Realtors 112 N.Orania !I II nice lawn N. Orange. 8013.
and
Super-X I shrubbery. Beautiful I
Oov't stock test INOIEln CLOSE IX SOO South Main
| 220 Phone -
Wtt. I n.1 Had.a. OrDI. engines GELDING-Blaze stocking feet Ire.L I Ave. TeL 5189. 'I ection-itAei
100 ft. ron m.rn. ; dl.el UDe.tr'' lea HIGHLAND ST412. -Close in furnished Nice rooms at Summer residential section: an estate of 1 i DELANEY ST. 8. :
a. 0. -SO ft. 1m. Double I I 2.lU.I .et d1ell "Dlt St.t I I sorrel. Pigskin .dc.. Reasonable I .p.rtmrn& 1 or 2 .dlt. ply now. rt. A acre. Barsaln at 812.500. Mr, Stone S rooms all spacious;; '
8mm, 25 ft 9V. 1.5. ROOFING-OelvanliedT IV-rmp D"tnbutor. Ph. 9585 or 2-2268. | 8 months From I .p..1 with M. D. Bailey Realtor, 30 1.I 1 central heat: 2 porches, BE
extra. IS I.
Fast delivery. I I 28 and 29 .... Ln.th. Steel Sales W. Amelia Ave- HEIFERS young yearlings. CheneyHighway i ORANGE AVE. N. Church. 4767.COLLEGE furnished. Chippendale an* ,sg,
Dept. 8 .1 I JEFFERSON ST2635
PotoP. s I. 10. ft. phone 2-1442. I.-hnwbed. IN Private bath. Near Ula-ol furniture. General Xleuien 'eslsrs
I East 1 deUn" 2 at Box CE clous offices. Tent.I any
42nd .
York 1 L. 311W. for couple 2 room I
..
1 38 .. 88.33 ro.c b.U. 644 ManoUa.CONCORD ,
n.8 sua. WE BUT AND SELL aUmps Tnd Rt. 4. Orlando. Gas. furnished i OrU. Re.oD.bl. j I Phone 9932. For furtherinformation.OFFiCE PARK-Home with dishes: new washing
.
carace
Pressed Steel Co.. 1 1.b. .te lars bearing
stamped 15 I garage; fn. i l
Y.ITrSInnrprln... Southern Atlanta Av*. P.O. Box of old eDnlop.. S. window dtsPlay week.JEFFJUtSON. |i OR STORE on sueetfboor. apartment. Can be handled for 12.. i I oak shad Truly serifi tef
beU.n' Also boa 7912 Orlando. 331. Ph .t.ml & W. Church. HORSES. 3; sacrifice: ..3U.I HOTEL-1 and A11 I.-Beutiu' Can be seen at 905 East Washing-I 800 rash. Best deal In town. Best death la family. Or.-
sprln.. iso. |hon. 8430.. OUROD PUMP AND I I .CUT large rom. ton Street. location. Wm. Mathews with Dan '
and Fada. TAHK-361. 2-room ..U.bl.. Summer bath. .. All conveniences. Worth much more. CR, .,4afu
RADI08Ole 9121.50. Kolar. Broker, 206 8. Main.
W. A. 7811.
model Cono W. HORSES-Peven. Safe for ehdre. '." I I I FOR second floor indli I Realtor: 910 M. Orange _"..
MENDEL .tp Rolln.on Avenue. I 9150. Parr's Riding CLOSE IN-Double room with smallkitchen. REN-n COLLEGE PARK-Modern 5-room 7345.
.
LCOOAGE Storage
--Exclusively at Bumby Hardware. 102 W. 10 t 8tabl. ; KISSIMMEE-Furnished roomsl i .relol" cmp.n -f :I2
Herman's. 27 Church. CLOSE | !t : i i For Worm.to. dial 2- frame boose completely furnished. -
West Church Street. Ot-Eetrc gag and oil 234.BORJ2 F bath. See after 2 Sunday I 4509. I m"Dt fo\o"I.
i water furnaces. : deep, .. .' 3" hlgn Screened porch attached garase. '
REFRIOERATOa Used nor : Bay. with plenty and 6 other days Pear- DUBSDREADhouses. SECTIOP
.f. 2 AU 15* off. Also cost. ChilI O.t.d p.I I 1 COLONIALTOWN N. Mills. PrtI (225 Sa. FtJ Fireproof building. 3- I Large lot. 68.950. Allen Johnson. -
)dOTORCYCLL-.1945 Barley David door Norge. all l 11 I man H mile north of en Open for t..speu9 .--
I "61" A-l MBj j! ly reconditioned. Irc.I.Ia Complt I I ton ft. WIll Ine- ins N. G.rlald: 9793.IP. 260 at tlepboD I OrangeBlossom et Jlt 'I I Tate : bath ton elevator. Just the thing for your Realtor. 140 N. Orange; 8612. "SpeefUllnff day 1 to 5 P.m. Located vd.s.b-t ,
la. orrb.a 0a 111. 116 Ph. T.l | closets; e.nt,,..nr hn.hId' .1". If I.... In fTnmB north of Par
641 .phone 6012. I Wlllard Ke"" n2.I MILK COWS sale. Free LaKIST. refined rrlcl'iDJet'or in - oa old
Lln.t.D out
Closing quiet
i I COLDSPOT electric I "OaT. couple. 915 in. town or r-economical warehouse i CLOSE IN-Bungalow partly fur- way Each house has 4
MEAT DISPLAY CASES-Fixture* by ROOFINO-i-Dutch-Lap asbestos roofing rfrlrator. I fish dinner on grounds. 1:00: p.m. working furnthe I space for downtown store paying nlshed. Nice I eak floors. Inlaid '
condition Large front
Tyler Fixture 48 W. siding and Prosperity gas range .1.1 Wed.. May 21st. House and all property apartment. Bus by door. > Unr'enp.iI
Cor CeDta .IID.II. Gutter porch gilder: cabinet radio 13 CHURCH 230 I I hlsa Or.n.Av. Rlt.. Tb'sbuilding porch; garaie. 3 blocks te churches < en and bath. WeU dscnTa4 :sua4
Cooling and down ._ L. 70 SU.nn. : |i sold; new owner force him out. 81. E.-Rm. .
on.rl LAKE Just
It Je. glass top .. All in excellent j Selling TennesseeJerseys FRONT-Efficiencies: 3 rooms.i at 3' Mal. 5t i and stores. Special price for immediate -I and plastered through ''t4 uaIr4
94 of
Alexander Pl. 7427. eef. head top I
OFFICE FURNITURE Reception condition. Park | i no pets. 86O month four doors off Or 10 blok. I sale and possession. 17.350. plumbing; shower and till adv
room. Chrome and cannlne lath SHE R-71 per equar foot. I LD. A. Guernsey and Wisconsin I I Otdul' Including utilities. : CHURCH ST-. 431 E.-Clean, newly I II each tenant furnish own p.dlok. terms Ssm Johnson Co 208 8. Main j[ 155. Priced at 67.450 aP el'I
e. Florida Business Equip. ,. Telephone 6395. II Holstein.; 21 head of these cows are I I I Il I I decorated complete 1-room .UIe metal panel front absolute prlbscy.I CITY I Easy terms. Hampton 4
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Co 38 Pr I 33-1. Graduation j LIMITS-New frame 3
.jprame. MM. ; Gift I spnnsers. 17-nrad of selected year- ency. Single occupancy; only Sprinxler system la building low room N. Orance. 8013. fr -,
LIVINGSTON I Ia
SEWING MACHINES AVE611 and bath unfurnished 83.500. .
Factory old
2 high grade bulls. 1 l L-hrna. King
t RNGE_ Whit e..k 3- but guaranteed like new; port-r 1 I cow h.I.r. Complete dairy barn I ed 3 room .patleD'leond lor. !i, T2l 1 I suraacc rates. Rental 825 month will 1 Real Estate 30 K. Church. 8435. _ I.,
BLOUSES-Gowns, panty sets robes. CLOSE IN-Large cool make one or two-year leases if de-
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urer. lor Do.l H. H P.rl WI.tn.: 6247. 1 of Milady "ulpml" and serge milking ma- flm1e .1 nectlng cre.party desired. sired. Dixie Freezer. 37 E. Mark*. CLOSE IN-Near Lake EolT JEx eTI I> DELANEY .
101t. th.r. I I
BP.It cooking. aso.LIVIIIOSTON btl room and den.
Masonry
r.a. % Orli. Pbon SHEET MEA 144 N. Oranse. I< must be sold. M. | 332 St. lent income possibilities for some 4.Isbt.BWI.
sheet EQUIVEN-. Slop. C. Edwards. 5320 Maximo St.Petersburg. AVE1631 K.-Modern I, MOVE YOUR OFFICE or business to one with vision. 3 bedrooms. 1'% corner lot. 2 car garagef. Ul_.
let.l Rd ;
2.14.NTA x sheer. seamers. Open Sunday.IU. |j i BRACELETS Beautiful selection: Fla.PAlOMINO ; efficiency. after Sunday at I CLOSE IN 20 Hilkrest.. Rooms Xdsewater. Good corner. 6 room baths. Priced right. Call Lee Crawford insulated; copper plumbing, na; .raj

_224 RUG 1 Ien.a_ i '0 a. 14that.Leesburg. Pla.I I| Jewel boxes; Summer jewelry: at ! 1 I tractlvely bun4 scrapbooka and auto- tn. m'I' 8m-prat b.U and parking space. See CI.I.UIIII I 668N. Orange: 24596. fruit: shade. Owner.
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OUTBOARD Florida's Golden
-WOTRoDsD 1947. SI"U'o'arm..greveiTaad I II i I graph appealing and on- I' Tr. t LINCOLN APARTMENTS-189 Mon er. M.I.. Realtor. Metcalf Bldg. 1
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16 h p. nw wither I Co. !, Inal pictures. Ware Gift key Lk R.DCh West 33rd 8t. Bld. Winter Park. 1 and 2-b- ''II | CLOSE IN Eola'Section. Owner leav.I DUBSDREAD SECTION
without trailer. Will bt J. i 630 W. Church St. Phone_81Pp1 Shop. W Or\l Re Orl.ndo Fla. .paeDt. Janitor ""te. h CLHIATWN-o Hlllcrest Ave. I ing everything complete excepting l I home, furnished with all ale .
Well. Bow and 8. Blvd. rh STUDIO'COUCH-Mapis" living 'i I 1 P. 2-215 525. Rtu. pnU water h.L Year I dOlble r. AI single I I I 50. Wanted to Rent i silver and linen. 2 bedrooms, turn-i I kitchen included. Big lot. plenty of t
307.. Fla. l 1 room CORDE BAGS-Plastic PUrC. For Summer only. Winter Near bu. .n' Park Ished. Nice condition. 87500. 13 000 shade. Excellent terms te buyer w: 1
LDd. suite. Will sell cheap. 233 West ,I graduation 109 i Park renta I lee &. j jCASIERY APARTMENT teachers wish i I take offer. Mike Flower. Broker _
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Used only Smith St.I I gentle. Excellent for 111.ORNOI I cash. Hinton. : 150 X. Robinson. -
OILHETR-Vkl. PNY-m.u I for next season beginning Sept. 8. Main.
Phone .
( 'e.tor.l.ne Azalea Charles Chano' SS29.
I Real Lodge. I J
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ter Park. 346.3.OFICIIATL..On.10. 1Wa:i SCREEN screen Wt. 36"grill; .anDt. Al. I CMPAC..tl. lingerie bridle. halter. A 517.$.tn. Ph 2.2.ddl.: BLOW TRAILER. p.rt1 I Botl; riding horses, I 1.1 376 S8t.r.IAPARri"Tm.u._ _ _for CONWAY SECTION-On highway l DELANEY SECTIONNw tiled bath i

hour. Fire-resist i Mill and cn at hO"1 RABBITS-10 doe*. 2 buck semi private b.t 845 per month. fishing hunting 1 11a WinterPark. furnished; Unfinished block construction.Heavy walls floor and alL*. Lars L. R.ID. ./
Hosiery N. Good refer
Orange bredn. 9174W. "
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Ihop. 9363. R. 2 B. K. Lake
I ant. 169.50. delivered. Florida Busings i I 6 40 young 4 Flemish and PhI I duty wiring. 8 hug rooms. view. Can bur
Etv!! ._ 190 N. Oraase. SCAFFOLD mDn" ...t I CAMERAS-AU IDd carrying eM. Chlrker Giants. .Sell lot Including PALMETTO AVE. 1347. Winter Park GORE AVE., 1 East. Attractive rooms. I ences. Bet 37 S-Slar.- bath, porch. $43 acre good citrus cheap quick. 68500. Easy terms C.I
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I' time and lumber "gadget b. hutcbee, Single er double. Semi-Private APT. Within walking distance to Hinton. Realtor 150 Claybaugh Realtor Metralf Bldg.
OVENS for oil water and feed beau. 5100.fisneing' j or phone 813R. Second floor furnished I II' b.t I I land. 14.750. (
.faku o yours at and Nebr.k.. I photo Vie Gardner Kitchen privileges.: Phone 9706. town. Business couple. Permanent.Phone ,
1 on. and Mi. luppl. 1 Market. 88 W. New Enc- duplex Living room bedroom. I RoMnsnn. _ _
Eidsrr.l<>3W Church. I SCREEN WIRE-lr alumU I Church. land Are.. Winter Park. I' electric kitchenette and bah 850 per GOREVl W.-GL charming ,I 8511. CLOSE IN_Duplex, completely and

_ : num. assorted PsrrtshHardware ELECTRIC CLOCKS Telechron SADDLE HORSE-Gentle (sTeldinx IOt including Adults Private AP.-Z or 3 rooms furnished. nicely furnished. Good neighbor DUBSDREAD SECTION-Lovenew!
f iTOv-Pi t 812. Oalvaa- 230 8. Orange. Phone ,, alarm models, all colors and designs. I II I Ij with saddle; ; 8120. Extra saddle ) home Summer rates. Kitchen privi refined working couple. L& hood. Price 88.750. James t. Hackett. I II I bungalow, 2 bedrooms, den bean-

825. New hand crocbelted condition. I 2-1841., j I Johnson Electric Co.. 23 K. Church. Pony saddle. County. 1904-J-l. _.D:I PINE CAST- 3-room apartment. leges. Phone 2-4157. :I 85O. Prmanenl. Box 35O 8 ._ I Realtor, 1317 SUgh Blvd.. "Opposite I tlful hardwood floors aluminum Tear
large bed- '
spread. 840 Dreamer table SINK RIM3-All standard .1 with ; GRADUATION i1'II DL HORSES Mexican red roan Ft.14 a month. Telephone HYER ST. 613-Double, clean I home HOUSE OR COTTAGE-Small. Service -1 ACLRR Depot." dial '7M8. : han blinds. On 3 landscaped lot*. All

c oths ..d 1340 a.r. I trimming Southeast l.l!I watches: Sb I Ii I 'a bay. very -. hot water block has man and wife. Returned from COLONIALTOWN modern house of this for 87.750. Move in for 83.000
&fl. t 8. I Co. downstairs, too W. I i : lu' ad. m prlT\Ce j Permanent. Box 377 8Star.HOUSE cash. lit Federal mortgac 834
M !121442.SECTIONAL ..l. t I braelt. fast with ... a4dl.I1U SOUTH 2318 W.-a room r..ln.ble. overseas. one cement block oa gramS Own
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OVTAR h.p. 27 W. B.na"1 .a lur month. Geo H, Klttredse Jt
L..Ofl. Church. |: lila W. Central. Ph. i apt lake front. bedrooms. year er. 745 N. Fernercek.
bOIn 7 410 Horatio St. I I 6: For Adut. RALlY AVE. 1 East-1 or 2 room -3 Pr.fe Realtor 23176.Continued.
Ma"'Kvd SOA.-.4-pe. Save 57$. GRADUATION GIFTS b'-wn STUD SERVICE by "Little Guy." Bee 2 rooms, with kitchen privilege Private ', lease. unfurnished. Government CITY UMITStu acre with 50 cii-
Beautiful fabric dobl. do.eUe ; lu. this ribbon winning 3- SUBUA"-Daplel. bt home. employee. Limit 88O. Ph. 2-8261. 3-bedroom modern
PORTABLE SAVsV OeuuIn. SIll .the bioc. Va.A. educated lrened __ rue tree*
. !. "<*tal carryint box. Kin. 8 i f.m. with w.tr .1e. 1909 !: P.I wt. s. mUl. year-old stallion before O breed. and very pnh.L. "oea ': LAKE private beach. i HOCSJ or 10 rooms anaal.h fram bungalow. For price and

C. 25 E Pine. Phone 2316 1 I .Oerda I TnH.e.trt0D 130. 1 I h.1 Church.HeJj9iajLo n Office. Fee S2S 10F b.rl .1.r.Dt.1 Including utilities 1".0 mo. Call I 1 I boat.FONT-o 1le: kitchen privl-J option to a terms see P. A. Allison Realtor. 31 W. [ On Next Fare
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SunbJ Srnttr-&t I LANCASTER PARK SECTION A MERRTTP PARK-Lovely 3-bedroom SUBURBAN-W* have 5 homes. Different MOVE RIGHT IN this comfortable. I I LOTS OF LOTS Nice loatons IF YOU'RE INTERESTED la country i iI WAREHOUSES-Close. 8. Bushey St.

FRA nice 5-room bungalow ofcement situated on bauUfo high lot P.c of town for 1.000 2-bedroom furnished home on two Priced from $350.00 to 2.2.0.I and lake property with 10 acres of 2 frame building. IV. rented. Well

PAGE 1947 l.l.ew. Tile bath and drain shaded with o.b. Lake view down: b.l.a like rent. See Wm. 1 lot with garden and chek.n. Bus SM L GROVE acres on high Terms as .as 1:. down I I Isnd. 300 ft. on lake frontage 6-room trade for small house, car or lot.
1 MY blok.floors aluminum from porch. Price Mathews for information .tt Dan and school ne.r. Only See h1top. prouclnl trees. ments' of $10.00 to '1 0 per month. home shade and clinic trees approximately Call 4864.CHEVROLET.
bard oal cue purchased furnished. Kolar. Broker. 206 8. 7811. Otto Raimucen Cavenaush.Realtors. all $ with Prescott V. Steele. Broker. 7
.. Priced below the may be .It oranges. OnJ $ : Trde f Dlal-2- I 4H miles from our office. for
Cent from Preceding Pace : : 10.5. Realtors. 70 E. 4308. Realtor, "Specializin 1008. 4S-West Central SEDAN equity In
[ 82.900 cash; balance and Carter. owaia. Louis ; Avenue or 10 minute drive on paved road .
present J.mern well built bunga house or lots in town or suburban.For
m.rket T. (Buster) Carter 8tUAN-T. 1 in Groves. 143 N. Main 71 j call for to show. The
Phone us appointment
$3$ per mont Barry Heath. Broker I C.nta A from City NEW SMALL COTTAGE nice : LAKE FAIRVIEW-Beautiful 100 ft. appointment call 2-1789.
Sale $253. __ __ ml. "ea 2-1464. price for all of the property la $16.-
for
51. Houses t CoIOD1.ltw. Overlooks l.k.. Lr.I&City 1lt1 I lake. 2 mlp. out. 6 It. G lots now available with lake shore 500. Terms. $5.000 caih and balance
NORTHEAST SECTION 6 room Five rooms. fon. garden lol 3000. t privileges lo.t In a small restricted $100 month. The home and the
LAST BIDE 3-bedroom home nicely LAKE FRONT-2-story modern brick frame bungalow partly furnishedand Rose Investment N. Howsrd. : 306 N. Main: "325.1 tract nlte homes Streets paved fruit from per the will average the t 8U.OOO PERFECT GROVELit

Hind completely fUrlhH horn. Tile roof. 3 bedrooms and I 6-room garage Apt- completelyfurnished I Ave. Orwin Manor office 3356 CHECK THIS CAELYI25! water and U.b. In. Pick out your rental Income grove$100 per month. The County. Early and late oranses.
kitchen. 8500. oak and tile floors. Automatic Senior High and Billcrest Orange Ave. N.1 I NEW 5-ROOM BOUSE-Can be purchased large oranges' permanent
COrer lo& Pc' 2H tile bat: i : near .It now See H. E. buy lake front property Is Will accept 3-bedroom home south
time to
balance.P.rla Nice sand quick sale under 0 I. bill or otherwise. 11.000 boxes last year heavy crop Wheeler with
ter bus. For Shepherd Realty east section Orlando as part
1.0 csb. 10 tUru. bach is anxious to sell and payment
E. Pine: and dock. on large lake I .cbo1 from et. $ See owner at 436 Raehn Are- or .set; also 1 trees. 3 yrs. Nice Co. 20 E. Washington when the owner Realtor,
prtc rduce U2.00 t 8.95.I SUBURBAN-Near Orlando and WInter phone : fenced 8 Phone 5124or willing to consider a reasonable offer j Louts Oeesun. 143 N
I city want return 2. excellently 21"51SPECL nursery. 8-ln. .1; all : al 2-2629 after 6 p.m. Main 2-1464.
2-11S. Ut O.ae t Its a M.tox. Park clJ limits. An 40 Total. 100 Herman Goodwin Inc. Brokers 6.77
1AST cottage with of business. Frhe I 145 N. Main; 5809. I built bungalow with .cr.1 uDPlantd. acr. 9855 6660.
SWEro Nor biol I. Only Walters. Realtor. LAKE FRONT fa N. Orange: or
work. Near Terms. W. B. I LT Itrl.tn
bu NIID two bedrooms dining room and 12.5.
Ic b.t ae 4250. C B. Dam; I 10.0.. 8. Main; 21419.LAKE I NORTHWEST SECTION I room- b.t. porch and a 672 Or.n. 9616. Unusual City re One 5-acr tract with comfortable'
dr atr. Raltr I Nydegger-
I*el frame Uigerr'r:- I klcben breezeway to the SOME OF ORLANDO'S most successful .trlctd.'! Dr. dial Inv. Co506. E. home. 30 fruit trees excellent garden .OWNER WILL EXCHANGE lovely 2-
LAST front and frame ,d. plenty lal. scn.ne. Built-in laundry la-I Close In. easy walking distance. citizens made money on prop ; 865. land. $9000.00. 'I story masonry home in Orlando for

SBro. fruit FRONT 2-bedroom I school owner 1..lnl cty. Pr 2105)58hnph.76 unfurnished but including Spacious 6-room. 1-story Mediterranean sitions like th. 10 acres In nort- MURIEL ST. 122. 5x201. One liv acre tract with good house a good producing 2O-aere grove "r
rear$5.500 lf.. lt wit I bunl'lw. Nicely I.nd.p lot $5800. Terms. .. Ptt. Brke. 1 Prc. equipment $9.750. Reasonableterms. I type house on large well east berne or.n. $400. E-Lt I and specious grounds overlooklol business property. Oeo. B. Klttredgeat
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tn.. Church. Kl P.. dok. fruil t 875' .' McNutt-Heasley. Realtors landscaped corner. Easily converted trees. Income now- groveguarantees Lake Conway. Make offer. Son. Realtors. 2-3176.
30 845._ Courtney 392 N. I small eon- W. Wuhlntgon St. Phone 5106. 1 into duplex. A.o 2 garage apat speculation later. $ I PALM TERRACE-Beautiful buildingsite "Speak to Spiegel.Whitney Spiegel ,
sale. Mot attractlT I ange. 2-2471. NORTHzAST--.uburban. meats now with terms. Realtor : ; lake view and | Metealf Bidg.I ''
ET-Rual 3 block hou deep '<". clot-' I rom Asher Peter. I.t front. At Realty Co706 57-1. Beach Property
bom .en-fun. 2 storY I crete acres, high. dry. more. A real bargain in home and I tral and Main: 20758.ORANGEOROVE24 tractive prices. Car 2-3269.
21k D.elo i
available.
LAKE lON-uburbn trlclty 31 i
N.
to 3 SENIOR HIGH SECTION-Bungalow. income property. Completely furnished r.
frame wit with small down pay acres land. 2-42. I COCOA BEACH (North)-50 ft. lots
numerous to mention. See It. Move 1 441. 1.75 5 rooms and sleeping Large and available for immediateoccupancy. I YOU CAN ENJOY Country Life and i ii
Realtor Bldt. acres 183 ft on lat. Ctr. C.U ment. Gould with JohntonHenry. large prch Price cleared and planted 415 late WINTER lots la i make money on this 45-aere eombl- I Ideal for Summer cottage-or in
reduced from $23.-
front PARK-Re.ldent.1
M.tal _
c."b.u.h Lola Roa Broker de- Broker. 6 W. Church St. prch. &4 1'1'and.par 000 to V.lencl. about 150 trees 8 to 10 section. nation farm. 10 acres in bearing vestment. $250 UP. C. B. Davis
Exclusive
ment rooms Lk.
LAST-Completely fun. Top| t.UI ; tunhed. b.th 'U9.0. .11 years balance 2 to 4 years. 14 acres Paved for Immediate Extra nice 3-bedroom modern I' Realtor: 104 E. Jefferson. 2-1649.
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SECTION 3-car 118 E. R.dy grove.
Floored S. NORTHWEST 8.nhou .pa. lot Rultor Rob hesvy hammock land. oak. hickory,
tous attc LnlY.. Extra 1 LUCERNE SEONololconrcUoa. 3 rooms bath porch; s.- school and stores. good location Ion: dial : magnolia south side Lake Apopka building. As 10.as 195. Inspect to 1 residence best construction. 2-car COCOA BEACH-Business lots. At

lore In. Priced r.b. Perfect eondttion. L & ; I eral ""* lots. $5.00. Waller for renting or good -house and 1-room cabin deep well hand pump. day. Call Winter Pak or weekdays garage poultry houses. There ls lots.|' Cocoa Beach there are just two

Claybaugh. Metcalf,._ Flh.d. including linens Roulstoae. Realtor. or 2-4509. Income. Also stores. $8.950. 83.000 Was 10000. $3.950. may give 1 2-4551. lot good value at $15.000 terms. !i available important business corners
Central'' wietl and Pe. ".50. Mr. Bryant cash bal.ncl tem. Sam Johnson some terms well.worth your Investl- 60-FT. PALM TERRACE. tlOOO. Cor- Asher Peter. Realtor cor. Central In the very center of the town. One
Between
IAST an .. Broker; Co.. 208 8. lot I and Main: 2-0786._
6-year-old bunia- .IL Qwll NORTH PERK CREEK SECTION DONT MAKE bottom Iton. Johnston Henry Broker 6 "e Reading and Princeton. Is located diagonally across from

furnished. Close to bus. N. Oranse Completely furnished with immed- and filling sta price is n. OFTe terms! St. I $ Stripling with M. J. Mosa I DRIVE OUT HIGHWAY 17 to big the stores and hotel and already

niel sell at ".850. terms. hate 3 bedroom home SANFORDBou.. bungalow, fiameconstruction Modern. 2-bedroom Jour. lane Broker._ 132 S. Main: phone 6977. I Lake Kathryn. north of CaaselberI there Is a foundation poured the size

Peed t and Carter. Ratr 70 LAKE FRONT-A rmbUe ranch- convenient.to shopping schools and I ; two bedrooms* fruit trees. Near lake. Don't gamble 53. Acreage for Sale BUILD YOUR HOME In Whispering I and see the modern tile bungalowI of the lot. 50x120 ft. You can start

E. C.otra Phone A utd style bunsalow. bamed-1 bus line 50 fe lot. Garage and livIng room breakfast room b.t., on prices call Stlmpson-Staton. R.1 Breeze: carefully thought .out restrictions -I of 3 bedrooms and 2 baths on a 5- laying building blocks tomorrow
31. 1ns. sunken living rom mao..ay fruit trees. reduced to $8.750. screened porches. Filling station tors. Metealf BldgPhone. 1:9. LAKE-Close in. 3 acres. Buy this protect you and .financial V acre plot fronting over SOO-ft. on morning and more stores another

c.rr. No taxes. 4 room paneled den 2 bedrooms Owner will Pe. Barlow O. Fred brick and stucco Electric home site cheap $1300. I Investment. M.xlmu.Jour... t I highway and OO-ft. on that larse hotel and apartment ar* very
CAST b.t. (1 -I In Carrara glass). rick. 11$ N. dial 8188. PUB.P and con.tretbn, .t.m. Get : the fishln" poles and go every house. Located on Forest I lake. Price reduced to $21.500. Our much In demand in this growing
porches. bat Orn.
2 screened modern parquet to Orlando." ..te u.n Perfect sand beach. Jump i Rdmile N. Old Apopka Rd.Steady the property. M. J. Moss town. The price ot this corner is
storage Price make mot kthen "It' great 1. t era sale. P. O. 1579. Sanford. DONT MAKE OFFER The price of sign on
rom rduc. flooring and attic In a few of Bx quick. It's a good buy. C. Claybaugh to Winter Park and Orlando Broker. 132 S. Main: phone 6977. $5250. The other corner lot Is just
otter. 2828 K. Jefera St its not mention its F. this most atr.ctlv 3-bedroom. Realtor Metealf Bldg.LAKE I Oaner. premises.EXCELLENT across the street of the same size.
LAST SIDE-Close In. Block bunsaJow white-sand fe.tare. t garage and SUBURBAN-75 ft. on 17-92 Highway : -I furnished home cut to the I ) 50x120 ft. and the price of this lot
built terraxzo flr finest _b.ach 2-a. available. NORTHWEST SECTION-An exceptionally 450 ft. deep with house. core. Floor furnace. attached sarase. BARNEY on St. Johns River. I LAKEFRONT LOT- 56. Business Property for Sale Is $54)00.) There is a 15-foot alley

tile atu t 1M taD fur Shown by t..r appointment only. H. C. well built and attractiveEnglish 20x40. Electricity and water. Only beautiful flowers and shrubs ando A beautiful tract of 57 acres. I' Close In. Only $1050 on terms. H. in the rear of each lot. Terms If

bat klth.n Babcock Jr. with Robert R. Tyre. a,1 cotne abut 7 years 1800. $1000 do.n. balance month. number of othe attractive. fe.tur. Large lake. Perfect sand beach.Priced 1 F. Bolsnd. Realtor. Carrlgan Bldg- APARTMENT HOUSE-5 units; recently desired. Cheney Highway la now
'13,500 with Immediate Realtor. .W. 6174. old. wih and Golden. Broker. 1121 N. OrlandoAve. Be safe Stmp.on-tatO. Relton. at i O. Jane Bros., j j j 672 N. Orange; 2551.BTarn. painted inside and out. open. Drive over tomorrow and select
C. P. Shu..'. Realtor: 104 N. 1 WUbtOn shrubbery. 2 I. bedrooms. Fireplace .. Near Maltland Underpass). Metealf BIde. 235 N. a nY"I ia Section A New furniture. Average yearly income your lot.Address .

Oranse: 2-3282. and gas floor furnace. Tile Winter Park. Open Sunday. LAKE BARTON-10-acre tracts $125.| Park. Contact i $1.800 plus owners apt. Close to : Ocean Beach Improvement

EDGE OP TOWN-Bright 2-bedroom I LAKE FRONT-3-bedroom beautiful floor in bath and oak floors throughout I DRIVE OU-? HIGHWAY 17 to big M. J. Moss. Broker 132 8. owner Box Memor.1 1. G.rden business section. Price $12.500 cash Company Gus C. Edwsrds. Presi

furnished home on ft acre near home. Pi. and term will suit house. On bus line. All In perfect SUBURBAN Lake Kathryn. north of Casselberry. phone 6977. I IMtRRI I PI. I or terms available. .Inquire owner dent 104 WlUard Street. Phone 99Cocoa.

ake. Llht phone. pne ro.d I you. Broker. 124 8. condition.N.$12.000. H.dial low 8188 O. home: 3 2-.tor bdroma UDurbhe.trame .Iep and see the modern tile bungalowof ISLAND-Acreage $35 LOT. 65x150. on beautiful Lake Virginia 209 E. Park St.. Klsslmmee. Fla. Florida. _

Good 1.5. C. Walter. Main. FPrlck. '118 to live Or.n. ." Ing prch t.ted 01 of I 3 bedrooms-' and 2 baths OO a farming or citrus. C."P.j near Rollins College. .Price 1 APARTMENT Lake S units furn- COCOA BEACH Residential lots.

Realtor. S73 O.nl 168. LAKE VIEW-Beautiful roomy house. Ir. t with 1'11' trees: on. avacadowhich acre highway plot fronting over ft. : Dsvis. Realtor: 104 E. Jefferson. $4700. Cal ""9-W. Winter Park._ i jibed completely. Income $200. $18.- Ocean front lots 50x250 ft., cleared
BLOCK-New In 1941. Excellent location. Best of last netted owner $75 00; and 400 f. on that 2-149. for building 1.650
EAST. 15 con ea lake. Price reduced I BETTER BUY that lot now. Builders 500. good termi. Blnton. Realtor; 150 graded ready
clean new pin. you would not I struction. O.ne in ill health. Shown : NORTH SIDE-Substantial 3-bed- shrubbery and shsde. A nice country sign the $21.0. I ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-1. 2Vi look these over. East Jefferson. Rossrden I E. Robinson. __ ___ each terms If desired. Some lots in
on
know: It had ever been lived In. lane by appointment only. Noble room home near school and .hop home only 3 miles from the center 01Orl.ndo. I Broker. 132 proprJ. Mos. and 5-scre trat Irarl Orlando. : 50x140: $950. East Vanderbilt gioups of three or more. Other reiidenllsl -
I 8. .
mm room with fiplaco dining Broker, 1. 8. Main. 8ti ping center. Reduce for quick City water and lights. Must M.ln 817. Development Priced I : 60x140: 720 E. Livingston: APARTMENT BOUSE-4 Independent lots at Cocoa Beach $350 and

room modern kthen floor to 11.:0. C.1 Ott Raemusen with sell a* o.ne is being transferred SMALL 6-room bungalow nea Sunshine right with terms. Jim M. Caldwell' 50x137: $ 1105.> School district: modern well furnished 3-room up. Reasonable restrictions. Cheney
fUr'c. all shower. 2brom LAKE FAJRVIEW. Big-Brand : "I I 4308. North. See Mr. O'Brien with Bettes Park for 1:0. O. Box with Asher Peter Realor. cor. Central 100x136; 125.Near Princeton School: unU! : tub and shower baths: also Highway now open. Drive over tomorrow -
unfurnished attached 6-room masonry bungalow. 3 Investment Co.. 25 W. W..hlneo. 3026. and Main: 175. 4-room ultra modern penthouse and select your lot.

n. O.ner I.ral city. Pi $10.-ca rom W..bath.14x21.2 lren.d prc. I NORTHEAST frame modern SECTION bungalow.- 5-room Partly I Phone 8513SUTH NEW HOUSE. large lot n.a bus.stores. POLK COUN I Approximately 2-786. 10.I. Broker: 8 N._Brown: $1050.: 2.1269.NRTW Loren. O. Dunn. apartment. All electric. Lars corner Address: Ocean Beach Improvement
2-car Priced yield
with you bnh. I lot. best section. to Company. Gus C. Edwsrds. PITT-: ,
1 nice tr yon will find ne shad trees etc. Frankly furnished: oak floors tile bath; Ll and bath. Electricity w.te. Good 000 Polk err. situated five mUe northof T CORNER-.D1 IT" Owner. 41$ Broadway. dent. 104 Willard Street. Phone -*
this property. Frank Crebs. Realtor. its -Beauty.." Price $ $8.000 I Royal. Broker. 2-0672 for SEON-. month. "el.hbrho. Ready to move in. City. For contact Make and Cocoa. Florida.
507 Metealf Building: phone 2-1710. cash assume $5.000 mtg-Jpc. $ fri I sld thi | 110. down $50 month to re- Box 342 8Star.WINDEMERE trade for 1 rent In furnished BUSINESS-Close in 8 unit frame -
NORTHEAST-Her* is one of outbest $ : ; .lmed.te poue.son. $"5 i party. Owner Oeo. King I ea overlooking lake. Good
mo. at 5%. Mr. Cadmus J. p.1 I W. SECTION$ aTres house. Write Box 368 S-Sta. apartment DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA We
A beautifully kept five down K 1401 W. Washington. Lola Royal. Bro i
Mattox. 145 N. Main; 5809. .Iu. p..inl. Good grove land; ; home and Income. specialize in oceanfront sales and
EAST 8mL-Dunl.t-oTeetIrey with handsome osL Real Estate. 246 South
room .
nicely I.W. LANCASTER SECTION-Nice 5-room decorated Interior Ave. Phone 6385. some timbr. Bwl lot cabin. $2250. 5?. Country Property for Sale ker. 20472.CLOSE seasonal rentals. Inquiries Invited.Aldrich
floors -
.e1palned. tu frame completely and I .tr.etvel I Sam_;Johnson .. 208 8. Msln. j and Penney Its N. Atiantic.I .
corner bunalol wide landscaped SAVE IN-Apartment house. 6 units I I
rm $4.000 ON
for additional uniu. Convenient loa I lovely .faratu.; i yard a front screened terrace lake. small cottage PURCHASE 5 ACRthjftcadjffe I nicely furnished. In first class I OCEAN FRONT-Priceless ocean front,
Robert shade. fruit trees etc. for much than today'scosts. StUBAN-n Farm or grove land. With electricity Always rented. Gross income I
ton Special price. R Tr. Pl. rdue. large lot. over 30 II Substantial Cypress Bungalow. 6 lane repair. ia restricted locations is now avail
Realtor 1 W. Washington. .1" t 1.1. easy terms. Il. Wheler Price $8.950. Call Peter Breen nice full bearing fruit trees. Fishing.boating 1 comfortable rooms: livlngroom. dining back. deep ereek of water acroca the ALTAMONTE SPRINGS- S4.08O annually. Price S32.5OO. F. A. I able to Orlandoans or Central FlorIdlana -
.It M.ttx 145 N. ; 5800. with O'Harra-Moore 2-2380 109 E and swlmmlng.vAll for $6.750. kitchen (almost utilities Fine for stock or Irrigation. 8 $ Allison Realtor 37 W. Washington at prices ordinary folks ran

EEWAT DRIVE (blocks west) LAKE LANCASTER 8JC-Ma Pine. Mare Williams. Realtor. 21 W. Wash ):rom.3 bdroz bath. Large I..open miles North out of Curry Ford. Ranch Road. 1 mile I TWO 5-room$4,200. houses In one packagefor i St.CLOSE handle. Here is our chance to get
constructed Percel' $500. something beautiful nearest to Orlando
home have been curl St. Phone 8106.
NORTE'-Ne. bun..lo. I meoD front side porch Reeves Hart lot. Tile TO TOWN Service station
10. prcb. .creene Box SSO-A. Orlando New house-S rooms; large
than usual bedrooms nicely arranged Rt at prices still within our
:
for-both and price. : porch: garage glassed-in .
&Unl t rom C'WntDI Fla. floors and grocery one 3-room and bath
;
Ul screened living room: dining room and kitchen: 1.800 cash and I 1,25. I' reach Call O'Harra-Moore 5539. 109
2 $36. has built-in tub.
brom b.t .tret SOUTHEAST SECTION Not a rear porch lauodr S-OR home: price $7- and one 5-room and bath bungalow
.t Oak wood floors; circulating : automatic Interest and principal 10 ACRES with electricity lrnihed-Spacloul | E. Pine.
prc. l, la.. beer mansion but definitely a nice well hot and cold water. storage on 5-acre Irrigated highway tract
Lars lot. hot water heater. lot 4% Interest. Special price to 6 fruit trees nice shrubbery available. Within 10 mllea of Or- I BEACH Atlantic Ocean.In .
fn tu.hout crna .c built 2-bedroom home. Lot of sleeping : etc.: lando. Call at our Altamonte Springs Office grossing $1000 veekly. $14.750. Jones ORLANDO on
b.uttuly lnc.pd 01 paved with lake view. Imedl.t pusseaslon.Only eran. C. R. Emerlck Realtor space; screened porch. 2 beautiful I I lot 60x140. H mile over city line: citywater Reasonable. P.: O. Box 566 Homer Sewell. Manager. Call Win- with M. J. Moss, Broker. 132 S. Main: Brevard County. Orlando's own
$2900 H.rlo. a.Fredrick. N. Or.n. Ave. TeU 7348. lots with lovely shade trees- plentyof electricity city I bus line. Taxes Orlando. ter Park 88394.Hvekl'Nral. phone 6977. beautiful bathing and driving beach
W* are delighted to ofer.th bar- 118 N. Orange. Dial 8188. NEW HAMPSHIRE I Price Fran only yr. Comparable houses In 20 ACRES EAST ORANGE-Lockney Realtors 118 Rob- I offers only $ ocean front lots at
gain for only $ : ulurnledbuS "It's treat to lIve In Orlando." for 8950.AVE.-Bunnlo.Nearly cisco.frtt.Realtor: 175. S.mml.Central Arcade. side s 0 cost $13.000 to 15000. Rd. $400: 10 acres .dJolnlnl Cannon ; 2-3753. ; E CLOSE IN-Tourist home. 5008. $1.650 each cleared graded and
turled Rom 4 dl.1 Main St. Good Income Cash
tn
kitchen eupmeot lnud. LUCERNE SECTION Two story.frame. fr.me: owner transferred. Come inspect judge for yourself Mill Airport $250: acres Clar- or ready for building Bay front lots
Guernsey add n Ic. &unt apartment property.Each 5rom for quick sale. C. R. Emerlck 7t7.WINR save real money: price $9.00. Call cons $100: 10 acres Clarrona Sclo. !es. Ph. 7695 or 9452. extending from paved boulevard to

21 E. C.nta. tH. .. prch flue Realtor. 610 N. orange: teL 7348. I I John CosteUo. Broker. $100: Tract on Oviedo GUEST- HOME-.-By close-in lake: 5 Banana River Bay cleared, graded
ap.nen\ bath Tel 815.
EAST SIDE.-2406 Jor. Nice home. for Out to.n .ne. PAR-Northes letOn miles. East of Winter Park $200: 5 BEAR LAKE-New 2-bedroom : I minute walk from all business and ready for building. $1.250 each.
2 bedrooms; ; hot ..- he.tnl. Let us show you. Ceo. NORTHWEST-Modern home fur- 11 acres on lake near Vineland $300; low with picture window. :activity. 8-bedroom: 4& baths: cellar; Terms if desired. Orlando Beach Is
ter Venetian blinds. Unfurnished F.. Brass t.Realty Co. E. CentralAve. I nished. Ask me about the best buyOrl.ndo I rooms. bath and two porches. Pre 10 acres on Black Lake $350: Lot 9a,. garage. Large lot. < oil furnace; life roof; best of furniture approximately three miles south of
furnished, $8500. Terms. 9793. Ph. 2-3155. 1 In for 1.75. The best location place. Circulating oil heter. NEW 2 BEDROOM bunsslow. close t on Winter Garden Road $150: Will pines. Lake and highway frontage. : linen and bedding Included. the hotel at Cocoa Beach. The sub

1:0. I I and terl. Jim M. refrigerator gas rnl. Very desirable bus. Lot 100xl3. Only 1:0 sell any of these on terms of $15 112.00. C. B. Davis Realtor; 104 Good income and a lovely home. C. division adjoins the U. 8. Naval Air

Caldwell with Asher Realtor.cot. for a lut the studio $1.000 cash. down and $ per month. Shown 2-1649. j jj R. Emerlck. Realtor 610 N. Orange Station. On Sunday afternoon. May
onm.p
EAST Just 4 blocks from 1
City HaD Central and Main: 2-0786. couch in living room gives. additional C.1 Joe with Veterans' Real Est.t.AlaC. only these prices. W. K. j I HOME and Grove-A few I Are. Telephone 7348. 18. Mr. Edwards will be on the prop.
A perfect location for LAKE FRONT-Country Club : 29 S. Court; 2-4481, COUNTY
.aon .eton sleeping accommodations. Roomy PoP Price, Real Estate. 246 erty from 3 to 5 If are
laNle South Orange from Orlando on highway HIGHWAY 17-92-2 lots off. Just p.m. you
Inc quick, walking
: easy dlt.n. t On of Orlando's finest .home. age. bearing fruit trees and fine Department. Ave. lot
ery 441 (Orange Blossom Trail we offer Interested in buying a anywhere
Orlando. right for tourist cottages. Furnished
C. downtown furnished P.m. on a large lakefront plot. M.SD NORTHEAST-Excellent high grade prce 6500. McNuttHeasley.Realtors. LOVELY 4-BEDROOM. 3-bath homein 20 highway east of Win twenty-eight acres of land with nine I Irebis nice home and guest cottage. Large along the beach. Mr. Edwards will
partly rom.D constructed 3 bedrooms. 2 HoU.o bungalow W. Washington St. Phone of best ACRED be glad to assist In making
of 6 rooms. Automatic 1 one fruit six-room you your
,
atb. Fine Excellent Forlda'i scton. 5 on Win 4-car garage. 6 lots. 13500. Hinton.
aad. lied 2-car laral. furnace. Best of 3106. 2-car .150 .cr. selection. His csr will be parked at
bat I la.u wit 1.lne ter Garden 1ee including I
Realtor 150 E. Robinson.
lood. This Is moderately tile beating enr apPltment $950. See Oeo. H. r :
nor. So beautiful large stove heater Orlando Beach, near the Naval Air
Information. Joa'U t.r .bve. drve. Klttredge & son. Phon' i
beautlnlly Realtors.
priced but no phone extra large
earner love with it. Unusually corner WINTER PARK-Unfurnished 5-room lot of I takes 2-3176. and deep well electric pump. Alsonice HIGHWAY 17-92-New block build Station North gate. Cheney Highway
I.rl
please! McKutt-Heasley. Ratr. 1 I paneled living room .tiled patio l"Dd.c.pd lot. Price $ Trade well constructed concrete block $23-500 to buy and to see I* to tenant house. property has i ing. 30x60. Corner lot. has 100-ft. Is now open. Drive over.
W. Washington 8t and screened porch onrlokln lake Louis 1.75. bungalow. H block from bus. walkIng want it. For appointment see Mr.Boerstler 30 ACRES of excellent land on Golden hundred Thi of highway frontage on State Highway 150 ft. Address: Ocean Beach Improvement

24 fruit trees. l.t !edfr 143 N. Main; Geea. distance of stores. Bsth. shower with Henr M. Burch. Ro Road with hard road etc. at .nra. and approximately fet two deep. Bas 2 nicely furnished apartments Company. Gus C. Edwards. Presi

E-ERN PARK- -r turh. age 11.5. will taxe smau 2-11. garage. Open for Broker; 12 S. M.ln 2-101. en7 1150.$20O down and $20 mODth.l thousand feet of lake frontage. Owner upstairs with 2 bedrooms each. dent 104 Willard Street. Phone 99,

home. Large porch; 125 tron I cash for equity. Oeo. H. njwm .*. lDpctlol .epk.ftrA.f.b. DEATH IN FAMILY Giving swayexcellent McKelvey Real Estate. will accept good business property I Downstairs has 2 stores. Make good Cocoa Florida.
At"p I
3.3176.LAKE 1" I
street. 3950. Klttredge ft Son. Realtors. : E. Central. location. In
business Approximate
tase. tr Ave., 1045. In Orlando In exchange or in SALE
1..0 NORTH-Owner leaving! Must sell days. Kentucky Chevrolet sedan with part FOR FURNISHED Three-
Barnett. Fern $330 monthly. Only 18000.
Wrs. I: this completely furnished 2-bedroom WINTER GARDEN ROAD (Just off). foot lake froot 2 miles. New -128-1 70 FT Fronting Ll Erma and hard payment. Call Fred Reese O'H.rr.- come. apartment building on ocean. Ideal
terms. C. Golden. Broker. 1121 N.
1 nice little road. $ Moore. 109 East Pine. 2-2380 A.
for
FERN PAK-Her a bungalow on corner dining room adorable 70 T. J. or three families wanting Summer
New house of living LDdorf.Re.ltor.
Just outside City &87xo pa.e rom. 2-0836. Orlando Ave., (near Maltland underpass -
value 8. t this pretty FRONT- street. 6500. C. P. room kitchen screened sun porch. I furniture gas. Electric rrrer.tr. I N. M.I. home. Address Box 547, New Smyrna
Sunday.
Big Fair- Raltor > Winter Park. Open
and paeeG comunty. and next Lt.on beautiful block Lk. sit 140 N. Orange: 23282. 2 brroom. and bath with shower. I L.ndsap. sandy I.k. I I or 2-4737. CONWAY SECTION-Country home Beach. _ _ _
door five-room I concrete to fine dogs 92 ACRES On lakes 8 miles from fulfilling all your desires. 2'. HIGHWAY LOCATION-Close-in: 135
I. loan. FOR
ORWIN MANOR. Near Q. Only / SALE -Attractive homes and efficiency
beautifully New 18.0. .
plastered home for $4.250. Call on an acre of I.od masonry W1 etc. Limited time terms. Call of productive soil. x ISO. Ideal location for motor
u.te F. Brass Realty Co- S81o Orlando. Some timber. Ideal for Abundance of units on the beach. Reasonably
2 bungalow 2 bedrooms completelyand Oe. 1.
Dn. Bumpier with l.ndsap. 4 bat Central Ave. Ph. 23155.WASHINGTON Vee Van listen McKenxle. camp sites and citrus growing. $8000. bearing citrus trees and many othersubtropical court or trailer park. Excellent location. priced. Max R. Krels. Real
nicely double 100
109 E. Pin*o'H.rawor'l Electricity city .atr. furnlh.d; lot 8. Main 2-4775. Small house on property located
P..d .tet and swimming. 150': quick ST. EAST-Two-Story 1 : Fred L Ball. Ph 122 or 342. Winter trlt. Two well built Estate 224 Flagler Ave- Coronado.
IERN pue..lon Plc. U.20.Y Park. poultry stock of to fit In development. See Mr.
CRE SCON- hou. New Smyrna Beach Florida. Phone
best sand beaches In Orange homey home. 2 baths. Furnished.
.. the e..h 51-1. Lake County Property 500 laying hens and 1200 Wtndham with O. F. Swope. Realtor
butlers pantry. rom dle rom County. Ony $19.500. Exclusive with with J. P. Mattox. 143 N. Main: IU.OO.Beat U for construction. Dial 160 ACRES east of Orlando. Combination chicks. Garace. large work shop baby and 60_Ea.'t. Pine. Phone 5812. 418-M.

Oarl.Large lot with kltcbeD, fr& Whit .. Brokers; 824 N. Mills; 5809. I 511 LAKE COUNTY. FLA.- soil. $15 per acre. F. A.A1sn feed room. Large roomy bungalowof I HOME AND INCOME-Excellent location -I IF YOU ARE LOOKING for good locations

Terms. Jone* with 2-1888. WINE PARK-We have several CRMON. beautiful newly built Realtor; 37 W. Washington frame CODstrCtOn modern and on Orlando Ave. Highway oa the East Coast see Vere

Moss Broker. 132 8. J.t phone LAKE- and b.t Fur ORWIN MANOR-Brand new 3 bed in the middle of town. 2and home in Clermont. the of completely fornibed. All this for I 17-92. In City Limits of Winter Park. Beach. We have for sale business;

6977. VW- Price room home on corner lot. No city 3 bedrooms for around $10.000. Florida: lot 125 x baot-lpt. ovrloklnl 2500 ACRE OKEECHOBEE murk | $5.0 0 Ink cannot Nice home for Owner and 2 rental blocks apartment buildings. homeO

FOREST MANOR $4500. Can b handled for $1000 cash taxes but still city conveniences.Two The best buys .e'. had for a long large lake 2 minutes to Government drainage $30 I de.rlb tt You must Inspect apartments which are returning $250a groves, highway frontage also we
SUBIVION-Parrlsh E.tat. 38 E Pine, dial screened prcb.and open. tile while. Charlotte C. Smith with David Ing beach block stuccoed per acre. Also 1200 acres solid blockof I I prln. Vergowe. Real- month. Price 15000. Call Brock I located lots nesr the beach 'and la
cent ( Lovely tame 2-1648. patio. 2 ear and l.undr. ADdr... Realtor. Winter Park. 659. oncre'. tured and .Il good land. just off Chene-y Blghwsy. tor. St. Phone 7833 Steel with Chenault & Jennings. Ine- other part ef the city that will be

m'O t shade.aeI furnished. I LAKE VIEW-New rambling type 2- Two tile bath. $11.5. WINTER PARK 320 Dana Way. Inside: triple course eoncrte platee for.. $20 per acre. Also 13.500 acres COUNTRY 672 N. Orange: dial 7234. good future Investments. Beach.See I.Fla.H A..
dial Volusla PRPETSlac. Merriman. Realtor. Vero
County several
Owner leaving and would like ulek Large screened Ferck. 18 OraDe. 818B Small concrete block cottage on polished and million feet i 1916." Ask HIGHWAY
bedroom .cord.t au.r. con tnoNTAGE-Near Or
lun..lo. lIve Orlando.? of timber. oil lease $10 Aaer prot block East ot R. B. on highway
per acre.
sal room. All "I. Iet b high beautifully landscaped crete tile in ably knows
.Reduced price 1.50. Frnh. porch. core ror ? Central and lando. U. B. 17-92. 90-ft. on Highway
Stripling with
M. J. No.1.
Terms arranged If O. furnished. Reasonable. Owner 2-4482.- lot overlooking Lake Sue. Ample living room feet long: two large 132 gUam Mo. COUNTRY HOME 600-ft. deep. 60-ft. on Lake.
Brass Realty Co. E. Modern ORANGE AVE.-Just west of Orange rom for future building. Variety of bedrooms tile b.t. separate shower : phone (g"" Broker'j I on Highway-Plc. Brand new. 1-bedroom. concrete
C.ntra FRONT turesque 2-story.
LAKE
Lv,. Ph. 23155ORND 1 furnished horn/ &rom.bat. ele Ave. we have a house with six fruits. Immediate possession. Price stall; lr. dining rooms: WI SUBDIVIDE 130 .cr. 8 acres In muck. 2 9 r m. 20 acres. block home; completely furnished. 58. Real Estate Wanted
Venetian nral; ; rooms and bah (3 bedrooms) some $6500. Owner on premises Sundayand kitchen with electric /. acre tracts. Highway frontageon I mate and 1 ; 600 to, Electricity deep well. Ideal location

kichen.. Phone 2-7402. frt furnishings. Sand clay street but Monday: or ..your broker. range breakfast nook laundry both sides of No. 17-92. All I I i plenty pepper. pl.nt. fernery for 2 people to operate Trailer Camp ACREAGE WANTED-One. two er
AVE.-Ne.t cl.1 lbrmboua. pal. 9. here's a lot of room for mont and hobby room G.r.In keeping able for citrus or truck farming : .tr..brrle.. Stram through and Cabins. Exceptional value on today's three thousand acre tract. Improved
10. rlM t Pic. 3.7S. price. Price reduced from n.80.C.U WEST STETSON. 1321. COLLEGE with residence. title; price accept ears truck or farm pro 2-.r la.n. tools andcblcken I market. $8500. White Bros- or unimproved. Within 15 mlleg
r.snabl, tf. Lrr.lnl Hort.1 LAKE DAVIS SECTION-Spacious 2.tOr Ray Holcomb with $ rash $7500. assume mort chinery : I IO'N.m barn. $1.5 furnished. ,
Apply Howard.
F. O'H.raMore. Park-Prewar two bedroom homeIn 1.00. as payment. to e 16500. .el Brokers: 824 N. Mills: 2-1688. of Orlando. Contact Marvin
.1t home nicely furnished. 3 2-2380. 109 E. Pine. good condition. Linen payable 54.00 per month.No Box 364: Haines City. Fla. : Blnton. 0 E. Rob.incon. Broker; 716 N. Mills: 4354.
; Carrlgan Bldgphone 2- 1 bath and halbat cOt with better buy anywhere. Bowman & I INVESTMENT-Large bun heart of
4551. bdrom. living room PARK LAKE SECON-e this some bed linen towels Brown Co.. Realtors. Phone 3371. downtown Orlando. Leased to .Na. DUBSDREAD OR GOLF VIEW-Pros-
etra sun porch; breakfast nook; comfortable decorat kitchen with all gas equipment. Clermont. Florida. 53-1. Ranches and Timberland I 1 I tional chain store to net S% long pect waiting for 3-bedroom home
WINTER 11..d-la Many other attractive ed the bedroom home Sreened breezeway. Lovely 75 5 ft. term. Box 373 S-Star. In either subdivision. If you want to
QROV Tn. PAK la.n. this well constructed blok. grade school and Colonlaltown lot nicely landscaped with shrubbery CRMONT.L CO.-Restaurant CATTLE RANCHES-Several, all sizes i j CRY FORD ROAD INCOME sell call H. F. Boland. Realtor Car
P appro.e feaure. atores. With down palms. furnished. all kinds all one with ten | PROPERTY-About 2 blocks Building. 672 N. Orange;
wit .t.bllbed rlgan
busic.
for 17500. lo.ton.
in Moe.tely
Move right 1.50
ready for only. ready and I .. Nowrr that electricity is available from North Orange Avenue on East
eup.ncJ payment property million feet
Two bdo b.t lane Hsrlow G. Prdrlck. 11$ N. Or.n. lag part ti apartment. rent your Price ltedured : $9.500. Haer gn O. new Cross .tratllcU. Hllh.,; owner'sother al some not. tlmbr. some an .toke j j j buy this 10 acre farm paved road. side. A very spacious 5-bedroont house 2-4551.
closets livingroom. dial $185.Its carr Pce 1.50 5 room house on 75-foot lot. excellent for guest FOR COURTEOUS helpful service
,
,
etra eloet require him garage outbuildings.
Call Fredrick. 118 N. Tigner.
payments. Mr.
dial 8188.lf bu.lne. up. for j
great llv. la mont Oranl. Cal appintment. I and quicker sales 'en all types of
Conveniently arranged t OrlandoLK $5,500 cash. house. $12.500. good terms. Jamer-
to from
klkb 2-0836. 109 E. Pine. great to ." retir restaurant operations; Mattox
en with corner windows and plentJ Mor. 1 for all equipment: .Inle 112. wit I I son and Carter Realtor. 70 E. Central. property call Ross Kay Anderson.Broker.
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of cupboards. Large utility FRONT-2 V* acres. Modern PRINCETON AVE.. 651 W.-Bunta- I rental 1350.0 month. A real op- 145 N. Main Ball Bros. Agency. Realtors. 112 N. Phone A. T. Carter. 9516.RAILROADFRONTAG 375 N. Orange; 6823.

klcheD Back service porch. Only Price reduced. Noble Smith. .. joy; S rooms furnished; 100 ft. 3 BEDROOM house 2 bat. 4 room 10.0 capable pe restaurant ope FINE CATTLE RANCH-Polk County. Orange Ave. TeL 5189. Unique FARM WANTED for client. 10 acres

.1:0. bi financed wit 101 Broker. 124 8. MaIn. I lot fri and shade. Price 69.500.easy garage apt. city gag. Lot rator. Bowman Se Brown Co- Real Flaapproximately. 11,000 acres, I doable rail front double value: 3 bedroom house. Can be off
balance like full If wanted. C. R. Emerlck. 80x279Plenty of fruit. 363-3rd Ave. fenced and cross fenced: IVi miles
tors. Phone 3371. Clermont. Florida beaten path but 10 or less miles
2 near Act depot. Paved street rail
01 10.n Barlow a. Fredrick. 11$ LUNT-. bat. Re.ltr. 610 N. Or.n. Tel. 734. Mt. Dr.. EUSTIS Beautiful concrete froDtl1 on hundred hard road; bill cleared and and flat EASTSIDE LAKE FRONT bedroom spur divides from side. Ends on from town. Bastings. Realtor. 62 e.r. acres
If .
dial $188. sand coolest 3 BEDROOMS you ar Interested well frame bungalow beautiful opposite side. Can have double warehouse Central f. bub. .Pt. PALM TERRACE-Would like In a new lovely this I. It. bloho... exeptonaUJ planted in P.n.ol. grass: lr. bar on clear with enclosed track. Lot
120x
city water lake 20
U8.a. YO buU& rooms breze 5-room house tenant .. concrete only 25 minutes from Or GROVE WANTED 10 to acre
UOLDEN ATE.-Bouse modern. K B.Or.ndo.Stewart with Harold a spacious yard a home Conc.t block stucco construction garage. Nice corner lot. main dipping vats loading chutes I I lando. Furnishings Included at only 220. Price $7.500 lye quick sale. bearing grove. Client waiting If

rooms b.t sleeping prch 24 Realty Co. 20 E. WashingtonSt. and able living porch with many wido.sills fireplace and bath hl.b..J. $18.000.00. W. J. Klstler other buildings; area of muck $4950. Rex-McGlil. Realtors 128 N. Orlando is growing better snap this price Is right. Courtney Realty; 392
extra features? We have Air I.rl
screened pre. seven Iot. Jut the condlton. Built-in Tavares. lands drained by A first class Orange. Phone 4147. np. Ask for L-490. Harold V. Condlct. N. Orange. 22471.OROVESHOMESBUSD4ESS.
thing plus lake $15.- large Flord. I I c.n.l.
shade, prl.lle. utility room Realtor. 37 E. Central. 6137.
ed. Blossom Trail to BoldenAre. LAKE BtT. gem of all 000. Barlow O. 118 N. back of lovely garage. Be ready in EUS2 story wood excellent 10 I range which inspectionof FOREST CITY ROAD-IV, acres. List
a.. Or.nl. lakes Ceut.1 rorlda. We have Or.n. dial a188."I. 10 days. Buyer can select outside C.toD. rooms. 2 baths fully furn- I anyone Interested. Price $15.00 per Modern 2-story 2-bedroom residence. SANFORD-The Celery Capital of i your property with aggressive
houie. M.on.C.blok. Nor t Third a nice &rom bungalowon great live Orlando." .hute color and trim yet. Phone automatic heat nice acre. half cash balance reasonable Immediate possession. Owner the U. 8. We have a beautiful 14 ]! Brokers. Chenault ft Jennings. Inc.I .
t i
Pk. an wide lot. Fine lk : //lot.I garage. IU.50.0. W. J. Klstler terms. Bowman tt Brown Co.. Real- means business wants to talk to apartment building. Electricity equip- !I 672 N. Orange Ave. Phone 7234.
BUGHEY ST.-4-bedrooms; sleeping front boat house dock and I .. ten. Phone 3371. Ce"oDt Florida. quick buyer at around $8750 price. ped. $60 000. terms. H. A. Jones.
porch and Sll.OOO. See H. X. PARK LAKE ATE.-New. modern 5 ROMS AN BATH-2 lots. On R.ltor. Flord. Asher Peter. Broken 2121 Conway Rd.: dial 6744. GROVE-Have purchaser with $75.-
Realtor,
l.r.Sm. frtur. bah Pl TRIANGLE Excellent 2000 ACRES- 16 miles from Kissim- cor. Central 000 cash to invest. Only quality
Aluminum -
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11. Lane e-room with cottage.Berman 10.1. Wheler Co. .lh Harold Shepherd Realty masnr. eon.trcton.tlon. Dandy 2- dawn balance $1.150. Term.. A.$650 T. OLE. Lt story 6 rooms. 2 mee. Fenced. 1 mile frontal on and Main: 2-0786. SANFORD-Downtown business corner. grove considered. Louis 8. Dollve.

Broker 677 N. Ora G.11; Ic. 5124. E W.ahnltl & Phone bedroom home. Close t .tore. Drosey. Broker. 4412. I bah. rrr. roof.wo. land. 28 large lake. 900 acres GOLDEN ROD ROAD Well constructed Ideal hotel apartment or any Broker. 27 W. Washington. Ph. $412.
1:5. men "No business site. Over 100 ft. Park
ni bus. Price reduced location beautiful S.er.l lo catt. say bet frame 2-bedroom home. on
HOME ACRES Winter Park. 3 bed LAKE DAVIS SECTION-Attractive elusive with Huckel-O'Neal. Realtors: shade.large porches. $ ter north of Okecho gas range and refrigerator electricity. Ave. Building on rear 5 apartments WANTED We have prospects
roms garage large fro' an. frame bungalow well located on 118 E. Robinson: dial 2-3753. W. i. Klstler Realtor 12.50 bee." For details ask PetrI. S acres good land, school bus. etc. upstairs. S stores on first floor. An occupied. HOUSES -and 4-bedroom
extra house nice high $1000 DOWN-Move 00'1 Realtor Central and Main Slsyton. 32 E. Pine for 2. 3
Large living cor. Realtor.
prch 3 bal.n. $ It. 0n 15 I dining & charming day-light room. PRINCETON 'SCHOOL SECTION= tn ida. ; $2500.evenings.McKelvey.1907-J-2.64 E. Central 01 6651. ; homes in good locations. Call W. B.

city taxea. A. 31 .tn.. Brk.r. kitchen .0.breakfast nook and 3 Close to everything. Lovely mod New 3-bedroom concrete block house OLE TRIANGLE-Concrete block 2781.St. Nicholson. Realtor 2-1619; 14 E.
C em. 2-bedroom. frame bungalow, with fireplace. New, main highway nice LAKE FRONT-Home and 2 guest Main St.HOUSE .
N. Orlando (Near Malt lovely bedrooms. spot heaters. Only 5200. No city. Lots for Sale TOURIST .
COURT de luxe
1% underpass). Winter Park attic fan and laundry. in built 1939. Select hardwood floors; I taxes.A. lot. $5,750 00. W. i. Klstler, Realtor. cottages or home and rental cot location -Central
Immediate pocsesslon. laar. lovely screened sun porch; attached c. Golden. 1121 N. Orlando Tavares. Florida. tages. Additional buildings for Income on East Coast Highway. WANTED-We have prospects

Suni. quick sale at $12. Pc.d good l.r.. with hot and cold water; i Ave. (Nca Brokr.. Underpass). GOLDEN TRIANGLE rom.. bsth. I ALTAMON SRIN08Lt. Own-front conversion. Ideal for recuperation of Jacksonville land fronting. Miami.on Main Several Highway acres for modern 5 and 6-room homes.If .

arranged. Little with tn blower bi furnace. Tbl Winter Open Sunday.DO 3 lou. 13 .nd home. 173k acres in grounds; 100 your house Is for sale call Allen
HARMON ATE. 1513-WeB bunt two tn home epic Woo prop, er. Homer Sewell. Winter Pak 88394..riiORErl bearing citrus trees. and beautiful Indian River. Modern
: ready Wonderful soil
.nd I 140 N. Orange
home large service Shepherd Realty Co. 20 1 In excellent condition. and equipped Johnson. Resltor. ;
cottages large modern
br wit E move into. Price. liberal lots at for nursery. Nearly 400 ft. lake. "
could b porch. Washington St. Phone 5124._ terms. Jsmerson 10.75. 750.00. W. J. Klstler. Realtor Tavares.Florida. I loca Better check this today with on Georgia kitchen and dining hail owner'sresidence 8612. "Specialising In Bomes.

Living rom fireplace and LAKE LAWSONA HomNle. tors. 70 E. Phone Re.1. YOU WANT A ROME for less tion. Select your lot WalterW. von Schiller Realtor; 7186. help's quarters also fruit LISTINGS WANTED-We have th
mantle: dining room with corner nlshed; S bro ,' bat.; (Buster) Central A than $90. We have 17 of them. Rose Investment Co.to.. stand for handling gift boxes of famous buyers if you have the propertfl
built-in china closet; lam screened big screened view C.rer. IS11. I Come in 'o"7 and get yours. Vee I Orn.. Indian River fruit. Income In Call A. T. Carter 9516: Jamerson *
front home ; RIDGEWOOD AVE.-.Only two blocks Boten V.1 I Av. Orwin Manor ottc. 351 LAKE FRONTS.-..2 bedroom furnished
porch across font of house.PossibIlity and t1 rooms. $17.850 from .lh Clyde McKenxle. 12 8. LAKE COUNTY Orange A.e.CLNII. season spproxlmstely $100 per day. Carter; Main and Central.
of a horn three lots. and liberal tra. C. R. Emerlck. Senior High and one from Main; 2-.77. i bungalows on Lakes Butler Priced-fully equipped-at $50.000, LISTINGS WANTED Groves of any

We will be glad to submit any reasonable Realtor. 618 ..: TeL 7348.LAKEDOTSECTIONDuplez. of Catholic school some family deIrou NEW HOUSE-For sale trade fo- Exclusive: Two three bedroom homeson GARDENS' Corner lot. Fairview and Conway. All la good $25 cash balance at 5' Cx- aize homes under- $9.000. C. B.
being I or
offer. Barlow O. P.dk so conveniently loated house trailer. Light I large shaded la restrictedarea paxed : : ri shape and worth price asked See elusive with Robert R. Tyre. Realtor Davis. Realtor 104 E. Jefferson. 2-
J18..K. Orange dial 8188..It.reat 3 tn. block of homes will glad to running wa lot landscapedexcellent : :Hale Dean with Relics Investment 13 W. Washington. 6174.
rooms ter plumbing. ot city 1649 7305.
each near or
completely On highway
furnishedan this two 25
to live la Orlando." bedroom house with lea owner ph. 2-4247. Co- W. Washington phone 8513.
fine Post Office Exclusive Best business property buy C.l
cdltl Income. $75 per front and rear double school and churh 11 : LISTINGS WANTED-Clients waiting.
month '. quarters. rage and prch.. for quire Postmaster. Fa. in Leesburg large lot just off Main I CORNER NASHVILLE and 23rd St I TOURIST COURT-East coast. Hub- E. F. Slayton. Realtor. 32 E. Pin
IVAN-HOB SECTION-With view oflake. right for quirk sale. O'Harra-Moore. 10.5.. la-1 HOME AND CJROVE-Neat. attractlve. S. Orange Blossom Trail. 24 lot*. SUBURBAN-2>, acres of fine soil. war and river frontage. Nine units. St.. phone 6651.
O.nr built. 3 large bed- L. Pryde. R.ltr. 668 N. RbL 2-238. 2 St.Exclusive.: Five bedroom home on 270* highway frontage.. Cheap. H. Small dwelling. Milk cow and sad 3 room house, restaurant. All completely
ooms,' m b.t. living room. 14x 2-4596. SOUTHEAST mighty clean____ b.th. Brezw. Screened 1.1'lot near school and business Parley. dIe horse. Electricity. Bus. $3000. furnished and equipped. Gas I LISTINGS WANTED-Bomes. groves
two ... h_ prch hr.tr. 8 Herman rentals. Let help sell your
I Goodwin us you
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24. .central lnt. Extra large LAKE v .u au" bearing .cn. Inc- Broker 677 and electricity Not ever 12.500
2-ear lot AAI-SEON-Ne. masonry tasteful inside with electric kitchen lod varieties. N. Orange: 9855. property. Hall Bros. Agency 112 N.
.
$ 814.500. with Perry C. Brown Son. Broker. Lees- cash required. Wm. O. Rencber, Bro-
Robt :L. Prrde. alm:88: N. Large living hme. 2 enr way.tile high furnished cool thrulhout.looking located on N. Main; KI.n" Ho..rd 30 burg. Fla. o DUBSDREAD SECTION 50x150. 6-ROOM BUNGALOW Completely | ken, 28 E. Washngton.WAREHOUBSSZTES511; Oranse. dial 5189.
Orange; 3-4S9A. rom. brom to..rc Lake must sacri furnished. Solar i-jpEnry-iiiou want to sell buy
bath and selling at $700. system. Large
Davis. Price YOU FIND acres in
XVANHOE SECTION bedrooms screened porch.kkh.. heating. payment. CaU 0$9.950.Harra-Moore.. down the home.T GIRW. will find Lt S59. If you ar*.looking variety of fruit 1 block off of high tract: 684* paved street frontage; or'rent trade risht with Bastings

.and sleeping Pr Oak floors tile Double .ral.. Owne must leave Or- 109 E. Pne.8UHLTH.r.. 2-238 1 8. Main. Phone Kene. Broker. MOUNT DORA New bouse woodconstruction. for a ral ,. This is It Ph.. 7451.: way. Convenient to stores, school R. R. Spur can be extended thru plot. Realtor. 62 tt E. Central. (Arcade).

I Jt War lar. Reort In lando rl.ht best of terms. 2-175. 5 rooms bath large Price $6000 generous terms. Parrlsh The only large plot left In the Orlando 4237.
Immediate la another r-- NEW 2-BEDROOM cement block. Real_Estate. 36 E. Pine: 2-1646.
aD.t Jt only Jim M. Caldwell lot. 6.500 00. W. J. Klstler. Realtor. city Umlts. Price reduced toglS.OOO
$ .560 Estate. with Asher two-year-old five Modern Bunk house in rear. Florida.WE 11 ACRES terms. Mr. Wheeler with I. SALES LISTINGS WANTED: Borne,
m. I !ea 3 P.tr. Realtor cor. room frame house, modern lent Excl I Tavares. DELANEY SECTION-Nicely located Between Sanford and ;
1C. Charrh. 845. C.ntrl and I.m with land and and furnished Realty.Investment.5454 or 130. HAVE an excellent selection of lot. 2100 hundred building blocksor Orlando. Small orange and tangerine P. Mating 145 N. Main: 5809. groves farms and lots. You may

RAO SECTION-Furnished 2- LAKE DAVIS (near>.-.Lovely 6-room pen off **'"laden' only chrken' 2-74. homes and businesses for sale. If more: gas. Will trade for car e grove. Approximately 225 WAREHOUSES-Close In. 8. Bughey depend en our experience for correct
tra. hU with 3 bdrom. bungalow on shaded lot Close to Mr. Monkl with? 1.15. I A NEW 2-BERoM home for $7400. I you wish to purchase quality property cash. Terms. Reasonable. 2-4675. trees; 2 grapefruit; 3 persimmons. St. 2 frame buildings. 1 V'. rented. ,I handling of selling details: our mort-

1H. rm. Cherokee Schl. 18.5. '. required 2-88. 109 E. O'Hara-Mor. Terms de.Ied. Ve Van Hoten right see us. W. J. Kistler. DUBSDREAD COUNTRY CLUB sec etc. Chicken houses, sheds etc. Ap- Will sell for $6.500 with terms or'trsde gas loans Increase our selling powers
Lot. 100x150. $13.500. terms evailable. ". Realtor: SANITARIUM Pn. with Clyde 1 S. Main: 2- price. Tavares. Florida. Large lots as $495. .. Proximately 6 acres under fence: for small house car or lot. McNutt-Beasley. Realtor; 13 W.
.W* have the tl. Allen John- 10 E. Jefferson. 2-114. SECTION-Fine k 4775. tOD monthly..Have lot paid. pond. 2 Iwdrooma. sleeping porch. I Call 4564.BUSINESS. | Washington St.
cation. Pay
sort. Realtor. 140 2 2 porches tera. living room dining
"BpecUlttlng In Oll alu LAKE FRONT-Suburban. Well built Frame home. bdrom. Only $2.000 CONTACT WHITE BROS- 824 N. 5%. Groves for Sale for building materials become bath separate laundry room kitchen i I LOCATION-150x250 ft.
2-bedroom bungalow. Sand bottom fownMove right Especially Mills for nicely located 4-bedroom available. Property In this high cal tubs. etc. Completely room stationery -!| on Cheney Bighway. 2 miles from
IVA3BOE SJcN 6 rooms and lake. Dock nicely landscaped yard e. $8.5. t prle- home.$7500. only $3500 down. section is bound to increase inside and out. redecorated City Limits. $4000. 'A cash. W. A.

pret order. On a fuU Many fruit trees. $8.750. 4.000 cash ....New frame nice slse NEW CEMENT BLOCK HOUSE CONWAY SECTION-10 acres grove In value. Buy today ahead of this Write Box 27O S-Star.Price $10.000 i McKenney. Broken 4950 Cheney $13.000-8l3000-lS000-
lot b.Cu garage. $8500 on will handle. King Real Estate 30 E. 4 rooms and for sashes copper good condition. S Valenclas 5 Increase. We have some beautiful I Highway; 2-7144.
1 _
Church. 8435.LANCASTER bat. ..5 or Sel plubln. the golf RURAL-About 2ii acres good land $13.000 cash for unfurnished 3 bed
; Botch with Sam will trade for loom and room. years old: 3 extra acres good clearedland large lot right on course. NEW. MODERN stor6'building. 25x50I
BufchlnM 208 Main. z- e. l.ln and bus available. with several citrus trees. Located room. 1i or 2 bath bungalow or,
7811.KAXET
P. Water lights gas |
I 2
Slayton. S
house
." PAK-East of. Bun Raltor. 32 E. Pine; I la.bdrom. P. $8950: 125 on paved road room I Carrixan A Boland. Owners. on lake and main highway about 10 I with glass front 2 toilet rooms. lake front bouse or near lake In

salow.. l.rJ. furihe. 2 bedrooms 851. I I' do.n SHam. Phone I with b.th G cndIto.. deep Dasrange I P.nd.Carrigan Bldg- 672 N. Orange: 2- mile from Orlando. Cottage nicely I i tile floors. Lot 60x135. Psved from Winter Park, Orlando or near vicinity
: .1. Near SUBURBAN-rfliOO cash move. you* I 2-4775. .2-2534. furnished "clean as a dish." with street to door. Could be used for any please furnish address full
4551 evenings.
: ",' V SCHOOL DISTRICT.desI.to' ,- bus and .tru. 1.: Ter. Sam in this well constructed 6-room 'I BUYERS-For homes with value real .tU. electric pump. A 1..1 buy at : two bedrooms and very large modern I kind of businns. Just beyond Air Base description and bow soon available.
Johnson .. frame I Mr. Stone with M. D. Bailey HALEY AVE. LOT-East of Delaney. 1'
bungalow. On $8500 18.0. on Cheney Highway. Price 10500.
1.10. 100 ft. landscaped bauln. to 12.000 see kitchen surrounded by large live Box 346 8-Star.
\ a large family. 2-story LAKE FRONT-Partly furnished 2- & 2lc. and clean. Good buh 5613. Sam old ring C.- ; 30 E Church. 4767. i $850. Hour Glass Lake lot $1750. oaks makes it most inviting. Price Ph. 4964.GOLDEN.
tram .ome. 2 brm and bath bedroom. tile bungalow perfect nelhbrho price anc. : Crystal Lk. lots. 100. ler Drive 8500. Good terms. Jamersen and

.down, two b.t UP. condition on lot Herman 15. CONTACT C. B. DAVIS for lot: .er. tri Carter, Realtors:
at Casaelberry. wih I A 70 E. Central
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1225 FURNISHED. 2-bedroom home for BUYERS See Claybaugh.
section SELLERS -
4xA school lot. ;
,75'ilM'The most can Broker: in the famous Indian Kaley :
Quick II M River
xpct to> 1'.0 or M. J. Mess. .132 12500. Orange oaSDBURBAN > I 10.Owner leaving town. See this 104 E. Jefferson. 2-1649. nov"l I 15.. blocks lumber; 750. 2 lots Phone A. T. Carter, 9516. HAS IT-On 17-92. Realtor Metcalf Bldg. Phone 5613.
cu
1.0.W' "
Broke. Colonel transferred Hoten with.ClydeMcKenxle. FARM AND old ring since 23.
Phone 6977. 8 X'l V.1 $850. Raehn St. lot. to be paved; HOME Nice 2-bedroom ssme
I'Ba1 Must sell his beautifully furnished I Main. Ph. 2-4775. GROVE-10 acres old trees. $1000. Sam Johnson Co..208 8: Main. dwelling Shrubbery; flowers: shade; Investment property. 3 buildings. FOR IMMEDIATE RESULTS(

Bros.. Agency, Realtors. 112 N.Ora. new block buntalow this week. I, I clas. Pineapples. Go hu.J I garage; outbuildings: paved highway; Store building and 1 frame 4-room your property with Geo. H. Klurcdce.
Situated LANCASTER corner -
Aye. Tel. 6189. LAKE FAIRVTEW-Open Inspection plot: of t on a nooded landscape I I DONT MAKE OFFER-Yon will lug grove. 6 miles. frm c17. I shade trees.PARK-l0f.. corner water electricity. 12 acres of fine be use; also 2-bedroom new blockhouse Resltor 17 E. Central Ave.
Sunday 2 to s pjn.. Lovely fur TmcrT1'* M the most Vt- this couldnt be lower tOl Sam Johnson Co. 208 8. 112.0'1 I 150-ft. soil. Partly cleared and fenced. 2l. furnished. Good for home and Phone 2-3176.
trcUn $1700. lake
ed lake front home. 7 home have had to offer price 8 ACRES: of oranse trees. Income. See this property Only $1-
rooms. $9.500 grove on 10 miles from city limits. $6600. some
furni&hed. with -
confidence
lara screened porches. 70: citrus this Jea. Shown by appointment I I 1 b.y 240 Valencia. 54 acr tr.c. front. 15. M. .J. Jo Broker, I terms. Mr. Lane with Herman Good OOO with terms.A. CUTOMERSWAITING for homes

RALlY SOL SICON-- trees: beautiful shade trees. Garace ony.. P. Bhumwa.y. Raltorm home tb.. .p.cou. 2 bedroom I and 24 fine tangerine .trees.aHlr 3 I 132 3. )I.a phone win. Ine- Broker; 677 N. Orange: C. Golden. Broker. 1121 N. Orlando and income properties. List yours

r. bat tr.. Cornr and wash house .shed and pas .: 2-382 I.I Liberal.ltb terms.many outt.ndln f.ature years oranse trees. Price $6.500. This LKEVUW-B.uWul high lot. Ex I 9855. Ave.. (Near Maltland Underpass today! L.ckwood Associates. 60 W.

lt. 76x150. "lre banaln.n.o I ture. Garden and dock. A real home. StbB i Metealf Phone SUIPsn-Ltonj years crop is very promising. Located I 2 ). Winter Park. Open Sunday. Robinson: phone 2-1574.
= WE HAVE ONE of the best country
4745. Pr Dl Ddl Realtr. Owner l..ln. .crlnl for only 2 :bearing fruit I I 1Ide. In Oreveland. Box 351 S-Star. lake Courtney Realty Co- 392 N.Orange homes we have seen In this sec WE HAVE BUYERS wanting groves,
trees I 22471.
and dial
I
: and home. For
1".0. ehe .. On business properties
lo paved Built tion. Equipped for chickens garden
HALEY SCHOOL SECTION-Buna*- $ STREAMLINED BUNGALOW- sate list with F. A. Al-
.d.B terms LAKE OSCEOLA-Winter Park'sfinest GOOD INVESTMENT-Duplex, large Immediate
r exquisitely and 2 acres of grove. On one of our
I In
famished. 2 Also Mr. I 1941. 6 rooms
screened lovely little lake view with Ion' Realtor. 37 W. Washington
2-bed- Sane lIon.
and
furnished
bdo ilsiching. ACRE Valencia Block- hake r&denta sec main roads not too far out. 14 vacant plus partly 6 R.
front pc' I.r.. 2 Jot I $6000.room house. Garage and brHI..,. 208 8. Main; 71U. furhH H. home..u those For extra details quali call 1 tion. Dock boat hous aOIJ acres; 6-room house. Livestock and home. Super locstioa. $20.000. Clay- HAVE BUYER for 10 to 20-aere grove'
near and For
terms. Sam bua Co.Ior.8. $1.0. I Taylor Broker other; 2516 good N. U. STECONT home! tt.Georgia von Schiller. Realtor. 7186. On 20 acres lnl fronting paved road b.thlnl b.ch W.tr exposure. tools so with it. Only 12500. See baugh. Realtor. Metealf Bldg. Please contact Vee Van Hoten with
Orange. 5644. 10 miles Prr. U..5. Cannulh Realtor. Mr. Boerstler with Henry M. Burch. FOUR UNIT apartment furnished. Clyde McKenzle's office at one*. 12
RALlY SCHOOL SECTION- sun rom Exceptionally lan Priced to .u Call John CosteUo. 408. Broker: 12 S. Main; 2-1990. $25.000. Cent beat location down 8. Main. Ph. 2-4775.
wait a day t investigate investment MODERN BUNGALOW_.Three bed e.sly Speak lo. .8 Broker. $ LAKE FRONT town. 8 plus 61 ft. vacant.
i .fm.nce. ti erl.eL- NORTH- i LT571 ft Io. FURNISHED new block house on garages MUST HAVE filling station within
erlt. : blocks from room. $7850. Mostly tarnished Realty Co. GIG faring Terms. Claybaufh. Realtor, Uetcalf
Splell hard road. With 8 acres combination next 2 weeks. In or bear Orlando.

KaJ 8 Ir'fr.m structurally house $85OO. Owner 2518 Elizsbetth St. I 70 Mrtal 2-3269. Sacrifice bungalow. S rooms ..ndbat I ; U.7: adjoining 75 ft. lots $1.250. grove and garden land. Front Bldg.. manager._ _ _ Please calf Vee Van Hoten with

sound. Fruit rpa Over MAITLAND--Xlbdern. 2-story frame. Screened porch; garage; 34 ACE 10 In grove: 5-room See Stew.r with Harold Shepherd half high citrus land and back half OWNER GOING NORTH-Must selL Clyde McKenzie. 12 8. Main: 2-4775.

2Vi land: IVi 10 bat Colonial type home. 4 bedrooms. 1 SHADY LANE. WEST-Three bedroom Completely pre fur I hU erlt7. 112.500. Owner. Re.ly 20 E. WashingtonSt. slopes back to stream of fresh water; $4000 will get possession. Income DONT LIST your property with me
.1
acre cntctln 5124.
electric acr. 1 lo 3 baths large electric kitchen stove. famished frame home with large Washington St. Rt 3 Bx 49. Orlano. fenced pasture. School bus by door. from guest rooms cottage grove and nless you want to sen. Henry
street. Wt fne. hot water heater refrigerator living room. Nicely arranged little nhe. house LAKE FRONTS-On-Lake Klllarney. Sammie Francisco. Realtor; Room 4 chicken ranch should liquidate in
water. MoI on I 50 bearing trees. Ham. Burrh. Broker. 12 8. Main; 2-1090.
I 4 Smml.F'Del ;: em guest cottage furnished. home on paved street with estab I Like E W.llto. AC15 Al large lots .UI lake privil- Central Arcade 7407 debtedness. Chicken ranch fully equipped

An.dr "t7.R.U Crnta garage. a-cre producing grove. 3.1 Wed Del.bbrho. 01e tearing buy at De.11.0.Nr1 furhe.. Sunday f.1- I .1.pieapple.. In and beautiful Valencia eortdu in .* low as $ Suitable for |I BE YOUR OWN LANDLORD on rental and poultry Included in sale. WE HAVE and BUYERS country waiting Pu for

I I 1.e citrus .ul p""lrnt. .n fo S95OO. Harlow ol E. 'Washington. : tion and bloom. Bas FHA financing. Rrx-McGill. Realtors || terms 4-rom dwelling. 10 Situated on 1'j-arre tract facing arovea property.
LAKE Excel
220 grove sale
4 bedrooms fU quick call Richard .
H. Kaiaros.Realtor.
I I leasonabl Your o. Fredrick. 118 N. I 128 N. Orange Ave. Phone 4147. of Back street suitable
1 trz Oranl. Dial Fred Carrels 118 Central; equipment Modern home. Paved road I acres land. Northwest section. through street.
lent
horn Broker 672 N.
$7300 E Orange 2-0990.
_
i chance for nic ;
1.0 cuh with 81B8. 8561. like One Move right in. Mr. Lane with Her for trailer park. See Wells with KohL
balance $45 prprJ frontage. For and terms see F. LAKE VA
sub J. m"t Broker. 7811..;', large return Johnson J'D. Bro- Its great to live 1 Orlando. I I I A. Allison. prl.. 37 W. Washingion. lake Vlot. front It Call I man Goodwin Inc.. Broker; 677 M. L. Pryde. Realtor 668 N. Orange; 2-
I l Dnel Klr. her 6 W. Church s .. Winter Park 611-JX. I I Orange; 98f5.,' 4596. [Continued On Next Page]


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63. 66. Sales Ilflp Wanted I Autos-Tiallr-rs Wanted 75. Used Cars for Sale t 1 "6.
&8. Real Estate \Yanted 60. Business Opportunttl-i_ Mortgage Loans I I I Trlrn-Trurk for Sale 'ulthaI! irtitinrliai!

WANTED TO BUY-10-:0 acre of I! HIGHWAY .41-Extremely good buy VETERANS AND CIVILIANS W* 1 RAWLEIOH Dealer wanted at one INTERNATIONAL-1942. Hi-ton twe I -WORLD'S LARGEST

flrav-claas bearing Oive fuLl in a lars* Tourist Court 6 cabin I win build on your lot or yon may la Brevard County. Good opportunI -, speed *xel; hydraulic dump. 1.- ORLANDO FLORIDA '

detalla la fkrat rr.p. Belaud. all furnished plus borne select a desirable home.lt from our I ,. Writ at one. Rawlelgh'a. Dept. SUCCESS THE FIRST TIME OLMOBIUt. "98". Cenv.r- ceUent. Best offer. Shader. 630 MAY 18. 1947 PAGE 15 DEALER"
to listings. Horn with FAE-I80-105. Memphis. radio Church 6118 Mon. thru Sat.
Realtor. Carman Bldg.. 672 M. Orange for owner with 3 more bedroom and ft.ncd j TenD : ;
dial rent. on Highway and a large a 100% 01 or a 90 PH l.a Yes. getting top prices for your ear te. This U the big Job with ...mobd
; J-51. lake. Pont 810.000 cash. Prompt and complete pl.D NEW PRODUCT 100-% B"I PaUcl.. 1 I from R. 8. Evans "World's Largest aa Cadillac. Driven only 1 INTERNATIONAL panel truck. 76.

HAVE YOU a biulneu for sole! A CaU Jo OD 15,0. Real Et.1 I building .e"'c. tubes. Over in only Dealer" takes only one trip to our .. 83475. R S. Evans. 101 In f.1 condition. Price 8500. Phone Trier-Trck for Sale
ODe
wth easy operation R. S.
e beautifies
guest borne or apartment honMt 8. Court; 2-4aL nines Inc. 672 N. Or.nl AT*. '34. .. producing ea. hard long lasting I lot*. Save yourself further roundsby Central. 2-11. VAN TYPE TRAILER. EVANS
Anner PrpI -!" 8" x T 6.a
Purnished or anfurnlshed home List Department. Not I selling to us today. KIT KAMFER 1947 all aluminum I
ell. 6
super brilliance. an wax or I manufactured by Standard
H teds Jo 0. 39 trailers. Ideal for traveling. huntIng
W. W..hll.t.? D.I er.. .r M3t.ZJANTTD RTAUR for Downtown J.Uoa INTEREST on RAT A LOW Orlandoand AS 4* paint. Write Box Fla.1708. Riverside Station. Drive In to any of our S Orlando tudor. and fishing trip*. Equipped withrefrigerator \ Body. Metal Co..body Los Angelea.glass MO.1 II Says There is no larger stock

-Modern lake front bunVialow. *4 Bok.cash t* "'pn.lbl.tPeUO. Potter Winter propru. 1 brok.r.. MiamI location or phone 8296. PLYMOUH138. EeeUe' mecb.nl.U 4,0. I and many extra Have sulation; detachable 4-wb.1.01 dolly.t- of used and almost new cars,

Restricted lo1tioa. with Herman Broker. Investment Company new above four left at b.rrl. price ef 8499. almost D. 713 x 20 trucks trailers
3 brom. Ie. B.t. 67. Employment Agencies Ure. BPt I R. 8. Even Central.LUGGAGE .Copr Ure and cycles in
up III.000cash. 677 M. Orange; dial Washington .t Phone 1 8850. 406 W. Gore after neon Timken h
.I Irak. the
.I \ 11.U. a dra.l. USA than ,
we are
1 Sunday. TRAILER David Brad self-leveling I displayIng
used
Oil Dick Tucker AGENCY D. VARNER INC. want to buy your J.ck. L.ht
FI.kbe 7n.
A Brtnham Je. Orange AT*. I BRW'S JPYE you want .ut or truck and will pay top PLYMOUTH-1941 2-door. .pl.1 deluxe -I ley. Complete with stock rack rtrst ISO F.nk Stockton. at our six big locations

I JTAUR-Hor. mo.n Wellestablished Help Wanted-Female work com to.S13 W. Central. I you immediately. D. Varner Inc.. ; beater and many fee.tnrea. tarpaulin month.auto 6250.bitch.1628 Park Used only Prone Eau O.U.. ".. I right here in Orlando.

?Oft ATTENTIOH and .Good le. Price want help._c.U 8326. I Studebaker Sale* and Service. 234 A real buy. 1215 E. Robinson. 0' Lk. REPOSSESSED TRUCK 1936 '
1 1I' Ave.i Pord
r.ul'nUn property with reduced to 86000. Harlow Fred CLERK-TYPIST Insurance and EMPLOYMENT SERVICE W. Central Ave. Phone 2-315. Ph. 9922 for appointment.PLYMOUTH I| I plrk.up. 1M- Used Car Exchange.I We will wholesale or retail,
Williams. Realtor. W.Wam'D rick. 118 N. Orang Dial 8168. real estate office. I i LIBERTY-27' tandem. Apt. slxe gag 219 W.
.nl. Phon* 2 I 140 Expren. notrequIred. 19. I' C Rel.tr,. BtnDr.pb- FRANK th REE n.l know how t I -Best 1935 offer 4-or.take Elc.l.ncondito I I range: drapes rugs dlbe. etc. W..hlntoa phone 2-28. : trade finance and can give
.106 Orn. am get for your : I. i Large awning and porch.
SHORT ORDERS beer. wine. Doing : phone 5612.CASHIER "pltl. domrtl dola be V. X-Vetcran Park b.uU immediate delivery on prac
I Ii h-lp. 6 W. 8tI I I or equity. Cash minute Why I .t K I I ful trailer for only 63.750.
good : I WANTED for Colony give 'em away? Give us a chine I South lt.PONTC. I Trailer Park. Peter Wiyer. P.I. : tically any make or model
59. Property i iATC. I priced r rral i I II ; EMPLOYMENT SEVICE 201 N. Blossom Trail: 7883.DON'T club coupe. New from
Out-of-Stt Included. Theatre in Winter Park. Apply la rARJE want work or I Or.nl 114 .OTRCYCBr.nd new Royal TRUCKS 1932's to 1947' ranging
le4 .
I person to Mr. Wilson.; Mgr. I 701 Pine. b.I LOSE 1.lnt. hete. Tip top i 123 CC. 100 from
TWO --STORT frm. SERVICE STATION-Well c.tabl I i I 2-128 32 E. I MONEYI W* will pay special on Standard Enf.ld I $100. to $3,000.
? beautiful 3i i. fuU value for your car. Don'thesitate Ile. .J gas. Fully equipped. 3'
whit mlddlskged. Av
I ed. Large repair ; 375 N. Orange *
miles from Hendersonvllle. K. With 8300O aop. re. All 'HOUSEEEPE. of home and 69. Work \aoted-I'emale I see ut now. Olln'a Used c.r.' Motln. at $ off regular price i 49 Our prices are the lowest .
.C Ze I over tl. dl.r. I 242 N. Orange Av*. Phone super d.lu. 4. 8223. terms. 8. Evans 101 W. CVROLE. 11. ton. long .he.t .
vatloa about 2200 ft.; 8V4 stock goes for 84290. CaLl n:;; 2 young me"t. and 3Vi 2-81. PLOtU4 motor. Central Ave.NATIONAL..2. R .ib rear ..1.. Unusually If you can duplicate
want any car
J.nd fifty fruit trees abundant .te with King Real Estate year old). C.I COLORED "AIElpr.need. ANY MAKE I94 or 47 car. I prfec mechanical condition,
II e.
Will take trade.
mountain springs. Cash or 8439. house pe.ee. Good pay up to 85.000 for the right conditon. rooms. IJOO. Sorne 'o we offer for less money we
htmL Contact W. .. W..kott.D, NURSES. Institutional work; .pr local references. 744 a. New cars urgently needed. Martins I Lucerne Terrace. Ph. 6431or.weekdays thing nice. Sit. Parker $69.0 guarantee to meet
HOP-.24 ft. b or beat
Florida Orlando SODA-SANDWICH $ enced In mental and 4. I Used Cars. 101 Msln. 8409. after 4 p.m.PLYMOU13 Camp. N.
I.Dt.ru HOPlt.. 20 ft. back Ear; 6 panel booths: : erdcrs. Writ. PO. Box 1."on 111. dl, wants work'P"j New motor I T.n.t 2.1 Or.n. '41 PORD. I. ton pick up, thoroughlyreconditioned competition .
Pond. COLORED OIR da PONTIAC WANTED-AU models Including COUP NATIONAL Coach 1948.Charlet .
sod
cream ; t.Ue.
'
and
mahn.. foult.1 SILK FINISHER-Highest wages paid horn 676 ;e. 1947. Or Olds. Dodge or tfl. .tra cro. 11. 312 model ft. 3 Iom.. .I.P good tl.. WE WILL
60. Badness Opportunities ment. 815.. bual...tk. .Qul for quality "ork. 'Apply ready for general oUe. er hotel I Icl.rl. otbe clean car. Stiver Pontiae. 62 E. I. 4. New rendition with Kendall I IS. 1895.0 NOT BE UNDERSOLD

den. 12. M.1 SL \ 'I work Monday A. M. 7:30. Parisian CAHIE nl.ht. 30 Magnolia; CCICnl.1 Dr. I PHnAC1140or.. New finish. trailer and o."e at Llbur 194$ Austin I 4 Door Sedan
AARTS4ZNT-Ouss' borne, tourist P. Cleaners. 155 E. Robinson Ave. 359 PRIVATE PARTY llkg new. Municipal Park. J. HI"nlrut. 41 DODGE. 1 ton pick np. S extra i i'I '
court stte. IHeta price 111. TURT COURT-4 cottages. 2-bed er Bl model want clean 1941 Only 8799. R. 8. Evans Bauln Lot; TRAILER 1942 N. good heavy duty tires, extra good I 1948 Strata Coup (3)
laundry building. 10acres LADY manager or I.te ear from private &on.l-Tandem
terms. Wilbur rom ; STENRPH&RWltl general of- CAPABLE emploe Garland and Amelia. mechanically I I 1948 Buick 4 Door Sedan (2)

W. church: .67 Itkk'Dd of land.Mr. Potter U. 8. Highway.with Pc .. Phone. 'for In.nen're.ld.nt. chang of for hotel next season rOI as m.n.leof de.lr. o."e.11. Ca.l. Addrel. L Honr. Box PLYMOUTH-1947 4-or 2-102.sedan with whll..23: ft See ro..Irc.. Pal.Trln 'I $893.00 i I 1942 Buick Srdanett ((2)

BAR AND GRILL For tale or lease. 15.50. N. Orang 121 appttmp"t. house er guest home. Experienced BADLY I radio. OUn's Used Cars. Inc. 242 N. I 1942 Burt
Inc. Broker; 677 Southern Co. Apt. IN NEED of 1946 and TRAILER-Utility 2 wheel Serviceable 42 military 4i4 ConvertIble Coup
.
Completely furnished and .tced: A"*.:_0655.TOUR15TCOURTAl.. and eficet EU.b"thO'1.U .utmobl.and older cars. 114 Oal.nd.PLYMOUUJ condition. First *20 takes it Call I .CROLE. bl. mechanically I' 1941 Buick Sedan (6)

Apply ka Hlthwar.Charlie's Bar and OrW AP' Block COD STENOGRAPHER days. Monday-thru From FridayS I to S Writ p.m.S ,. C.ntrJ Oroveland W.d..orth.". 11 N. Orange Are- 'I' 6055: ..1 for Mr. Williams. I ., good tr..hel.* and I I.,0d ideal. for 1940 Buick 4 Deer Touring Sedan

struction. Clot In on main high P. 11' TRAILER 1942 26' Palace. Three melon hauling or r heavy duty
10 bath. P. O. Box 2229. RECEPTIONIST and Secretary for GET IN 8 'Any eeup*. Good rdll: metal I I 1940 Bulck 4 Door Sedan O)
BUSINESS LISTINGS 10 rental units. I rooms toP. good
MIUT p.tnt
Harlow O. NDm. ". Property 11 230 ft. I general office In- Doctors or Dentist office. Temporary make or modeL St.rUn.-At..nde good: 11. I I 8-ply tire*. electric brakes. con- 15.0 I 1940 BuIck ConvertIble Coup
Fredrtl "BUr TIT .011 E.
HudCu.rtel.- Or.n. highway. 637 ft. deep paved road. I .le.ld real tt.t. or per.neDt. Phone Winter I IPark Metor. 501 N. Orn. Phon Sm.t. 3 Rbll.on.PLYMOU131 dition throughout. Price 61450. 500 43 DODGE. 1 Hten with 4-yard ; 1939 BuIck 7 Pass. Sedan
offered for sal* ft North of Johnson's Campon
en 3 sides. First time Agency 29 E. Church St. Phon. 7833. 11. F.hll' dump body, 823x20 dual 1 rear 1939 Buick
with excellentterms Knowledge I Lake Apopka. R. very 4 Door Sedan
890.000 type.
Priced at SECRETARY-Executive L Roah.TRAlLR8eP..d low mileage I II
BUSINESS 1820. OPPRT an.. this is an nnnsual offering on TWO WOMEN for house to house bookkeeping. Eprtnced.Phon. 75. Used Cars for Sale 4 door sedan. Like : lake your I new mechanically almost like 193 Buick Retdmtster Sedsn194T

Central. Prescott V. Steele.BOATHOUSI today's market. EleuaY. GeorgePainter i canvas. Salary and commlsaion.State 2-4301 or P. O. Ol 11. I good. R. S. Evans Bhult. 20' I Cadillac Sedanett
Ilck. CaCm-bul. 115. I
with Asher 70 age and experience. For inter- Monday. 60 W. Central. 1..9.0
ReJtor. .
AUTO AUCTION
Petr. Every Thursday. 02 v $ Arro. 1' Vagabond. I 1948 Cadillac Convertible
writ Box J Coup
vlew 360
E. Central; 2-0786. 8-a. I EXPERIENCED LAB and Z-Ray T.ch Everybody sells. Prlee are good. PONTIAC-1935 4.door.Prtro 127. 21' ,"". perfect '49 H panel
-On lots ML Dora. 3 TRAILER COURT-t double e.bln.I WAITRESS Also side work. Hour neclan would like to supply In clnle I ) ,.Robol" Motor Auction. 2120 00 tires. Good motor. 701 81.425. National 25. tandem like thorluhl CIVROL. tea a 4- 1934 Cadillac Convertible Sedan
room .pt ea ont side. 3 slips on filling station grill and 10 to 2 and 5 to 8. no Sundays. 1 or Doctors office during June 8. Orange Blossom Trail. Thursday is new. 81,750. Zlmmer 27' worth twice rerondltonel. 1947 Chevrolet Sedan <2>

other. 3 Ate.. Ml. Dora.BEZR. room. Will sell or trsde. Located onUS Clover Grill. 7 8. Court Bt. July. Can also t.l,place ef office the day. PLYMOUTH-1941 Spl.J Deluxe 2 81.650. Cen'ory 22 ft., a beauty. trnml.ICn.$693.00Other 1948 Chevrolet Sedan (O)

WINK and lunch. Stock and No. 1. Box 396. Ttu. j WOMEN 18 tO15 years of ate nurse. Box 369 S-ta. BUICK-U41 Super 4-door sedan. door aedan. Very Special at Electric refrigerator. New Prairie I 1948 Chevrolet Club
Including building and ad- In wanted for cafeteria position. Ni I 3.300 miles. 60 W. Central. Schooner: other choice buy Wln- Coup
flxture. WILL TRADE equity apartment b e a S Radio hr.tr. 119S. R B. Enn. in .
Se' I types stock each unusually
living quarters. I for automobile. Balance oa easy experience ".celal to .t.r. Easyto EXERINCE be available June 1st. L. P. Haisn. Central Motors. gent 3330 8. Orange Blossom Trail. 1941 Chevrolet 2 Door Sedan (t)

Doing excellent business. Call P.u' terms. 0.01 P. O. Box 3244. learn. SII-da week. Would.eon.lde.I rooming house. C.P Jefferson and Oarland. 2.2424.BUICKTouring PLYMOUTH-1940 2-door sedan. S TRAII.ER5-Newand used: 1(47 food Values at these low prices..I 1941 Chevrolet Sedan (4)

Du.h.1 with P.rr Real It" C.t.lol.1 fumllc. leJ working conditions. able middle aged lady. References. Phone American. 81895 UP. Electric refrigerator 1941 Chevrolet
8TROUT8 new red BUl.. W.Central. car. Cheap. 213 X. good Ure. pr.a. o.ne. Sport Sedan
Pn.; 2114.CL. Ottndl 2 p...3 Cafeteria. S Box 374 8ta. Evan Avenue. 5111 .. and opton.l. Acc.rl. Col.m'l I 1940 Chevrolet Sedan (3)
IN-Excellent situation for a Csles. pr..r ItOY parts: .wn.nl. D.
who wants a twenty-room Aut Court Tavern C.bll W WANTED. .Only expe 70. Work Wanted-Male BUICK 1942. New motor. best PLYMOU-114. 4-01 sedan. Low del. botl. gas tnk. VARNER INC. 1940 Chevrolet 2 Door Sedan
offer .
AIRUeE beautiful
m.uol Uott R I t.t.It. Gulf Station corner Illur chrome and Orange
house that can be operated as a horn Just apply. Harry's ResUurapt. Tr.11 U. I 1940 Chevrolet Coupe
.ai W. and Orange Blossom 400 N. 134 W. Central
betel and ar S\re..tc out 120 N.Orange.WHITE C.nt.J R l"aa. Ora.. 8 17-92, Ankney Trailer Phon 23133HARLEY ;
o or b apan..at b. 1re. what 01 AUTOMOTIVE PARTS and equipment. Tr.ll. 1.lr. 1(42 Chevrolet 2 Door Swim
.Will r.u' Ioder.u and a Where When Price? Terms? 8av WOMAN or couple to live years experience counter m.D 4'7. IN RESPONSE to government appeal
TSlues old 1 I BUICKl546 4 door icdan. Maroon PACKARD-1939 120 business to join in patriotle 1939 Chevrolet 4 Door Sedsa
JBifeht 47 campaigning
nmoeUn. time-money thru our year I I with widow. Mrs. Lena Lawson. for salesman. Pem.n.Dt coup.
%"Unct .hl.. Asking pnc.n.o.o. I Coast-to-Coast service. Strout Realty. companionship and protection. Lane Box SStar.AUTO I finish. Ollns Used Cars. 242 N'I 10.320 actual miles. Come to JO..I prices to .. to avoid a fu. 1931 Chevrolet Business Coup
21 Orange Ave. Florida Motors Jeffcr-
"Central
en* .
wltb O'Her- all house
Call .
Pt.I 3-a1.
Flk Dept. B. JJ'BV W. ColoDa home no rent charged con SERVICE MANAGER or auto I Imechanlo34 ree..IO. trUer. new 1I3J Chevrolet Sedan
ra-Mor.. 2-O836. 10 Pine. I P. O. Box Orlando. veniences. 8 miles moen Kls- .. experience. 15 BUICK-1940 super 4 door sedsn. son and Oal."d. D.I 2-2424. and used reduced 10% effective liv.mediately. WADSWORTH I

CLO6K IN-Suburban on Highway. FOR SALE 31.OR TRADE 6maU business. slmmee on Rilllard Island Road. products yr 8 yrs. service i Radio good rubber very clean. I! PLYMOUTB-l940 deluxe 4 doer Prank Reed Trailer Bale. 1933 Chevrolet 2 Door Sedan
I yrs. Ch".I. He 201 N. Orange Blossom 1933
Modern first up-to-date restaurant Colonial Motor 1239 E. dsn. An actual 32.000 mile car. Tr.l. II Chevrolet Coupe
and Want Colo0.J
Netting last
and .ci.. 6400 weekly. Can b* operated by man year or l4s.1..omcl manager permanent position; Plmouth. ; Drive.BUICK. I been stored 3 years. Original paint DUMP AND UTILITY trailer N"." HONEST BUYING AND 1942 Chrysler 4 Door Sedan (2)

This la &P.'31.0.. good terma. H! would conade new car 1 trad YOUNG WOME wanted by Mar- good habits steady and rU.bl.. Ph. : -1939 Special 4-door sedsa. I Very 1239 E.Very Colonial clean. Colonial E.2..IP1.V'1 ehe. .p. See at 139 SELLING AUTOMOBILES 1941 Chrysler Sedan (2)
Robinson Good running Drn. Ave.
.Itor 10 I Phone risen' C.fetn. for training for 9307. Mr. Rogers. condition. 8450. I 1940 Chrysler Coupe
CLOSE IN Suburban. Will office and counter personnel. In I Phone 4438. 8TUDEBAKER years old. 8.0 ,
'I
"uID WI BE half Interest of my n.url' Net BARTHDERU ,ca experience. miles. Fine running condition. 1939 Chrysler Sedan (4)
email We ambitious and Is. Offers For Your Selection
4.1. bn.k of and living appearance mixed drink man. BUICK. 131or sedan. A good
good trm Hta J.I\r. 130 X. COln. for 1 uDI.. Lundn.nd School .duc.Uo.Apply Mr. Wsincr. Accept position od anywhere full or running 18. R. 8. Box 366 8-8tar. 1938 Chrysler 4 Door Sedan

storage rooms. Also part time. Box 372 SSta. Evan Bargain Lot; Garlandand STDEBA1ER 1947 Commander MILLICE 1948 FORD DELUXE 2-Door. Like 1937 Chrysler 2 Door Sedan
CLOSE CITY. .Small farm showIng sleeping rooms bath. I will give Amelia. 2-1023. Smart and modern as
T .It CONTRACTOR WANTS WORK-New cub COlp. new. driven actual 1936 Chrysler 4 Door Sedan

Income. Only 68900 takeseverything. good deal to wit experience to POSITIONS that pay good are plentiful construction: repairs. Material en CADILLAC-1936. A-I eDdllol Need ., I 8. Evan 400 N. Or- miles --.-..8,0. 4- ... --.... 1947 Crosley Sedan
Furnished home poultry manag It. Must Ibr and have for beauticians. Let us teach the ground; furnish most any kinds. to icU. Price 8375. StatIon.Apppka. .nn. 4771 CRE $19

cattle citrus good garden land. Own f'o references. 112. cash ba1 you. FlorIda Beauty College Jackson Reasonable. J. B. Ralner Box 11. I ._Phone 3521. iTEBAKJRltU H ton pik-ul. 1942 BUICK ROADMASTER Sedan. 1937 DeSoto 4 Door Sedan (2)

.r leaving the city. Act now. see I good terms. Owner 01. vu;.. Florida. Zellwood. to see _.. 1937 DeSoto 2 Door Sedan
1401 W. Washington.ON CADILLAC-1947 4-door A.CUSTARD Priced to sell _. ._. .........$l.595
W. L Harold Shepherd Real c you buy a used ear. T. P. Bsker Moor -

ty C,HU.. "It. Washington ." Phone i ROUTE 1-&." 'Co.at 1 a clean I 65. Help Wanted-Male RELIABLE Inside selUng.MAN-M.rl.d merchandising.10 Consider r.; Cadillac tiful black accessories and I chrome; chrome 'h e I < Co.. Klmlmmee P.. 1942 FORD DELUXE 2-Door. 1942 Dodf Sedan
: I' 1941 Dodge 4 Door Sedan
8124. attractive o.n la that anything with future; permanent. R. 8. Jnn.. 400 N. Orange. 4'7. I I MCHINE Beautiful green finish.A .

CAPE-Thrbcst one in a good town. I property doing a profitable 136x230 business.The on. AUTO PAINTING-BODY and fender Box 354 S-Star. CHEVROLET-1941 club coups Very I food buy _,__.-. ....... __...$995 1940 Dodge 2 Door Sedaa
near Oriando. I..t 60 63000 people Rout.ground 1. The building are U 60x90.frt built m.a Experienced. Apply BucksieGarage. SALESMAN Sales engineer. 12 nice. 81295. Standard Motors. 375N. BEE THESE CARS TdAYI! SUNSHINE SALES CO I 1840 Dodge 32 Psssenger Bug

gross business average permonth 1317 W. Grand Ave. A.B '
2nd year varied sales Orange Ave.CHRYSLER 1941 CHEVROLET SPECIAL Deluxe It40 Dodge Coupe
In and of Interlocking tile built to carry .prrnc. 1946 Ford super 2 STATE
Smme 140 moat CHRISTIAN: COUPLE between SO and degree engineering .. 36 'I. d.lul dor.ld.n. DSRIBUORSW.Hamplol Sedan. Very clean. Priced
leas I story. dining lal 1940 Windsor 4 door Clean. 81899. 1940 Dodse 4 Doer Sedan
la month.Winter.Fixtures and stock will Inventory sandwich.b.1 lal with counter rom. .ld 60 .a"tee for poultry business of years married two children terminal own sedan. A beautiful car for oaly 1946 Plymouth D.lu.2 door ledsn. Street tosell........ .....__.. .__.._$993 1939 Dodse Coupe
asked. atool. aU equipped. Also 3 office andtoilet their own Experienced only. Writ home. Officer U8NR 10. on Standard Motor 378 N. Or- Radio and I

good cprc. selling O.ao. .I. *; on t. IOUDd. Is frame Box sales leave.in Itrlt.d commllo.. .ne 111.Ave. I 1941 Plymouth hute."e.1 11&4.I 4 dor P. O. Box 2818 Phone M-2995 : 1941 PLYMOU SPECIAL Deluxe I 1937 Dodge 2 Door Bidaa ((1)

sacrifice for quirk sale. Tl la your bedroom. .. Ample CARPENTER-Understands framing. 331 Der Bl I> CIiIVROLET-1930 tudor sedsn. Radio ." hete. I. Nel motor. Driven I 1931 Plat Coupe

opportunity for 66000 See Mr. !, parking apace. The property can b* I Apply Mond.morning. Lake view 8Sla.MA paint. A real value : low 'I 1941 Ford Super sedsn.Cleanest Tampa. Florida I less than 10.000 mile*. 1949 Ford Convertible edaa
Little with Harold Shepherd RealtyCo. bought as a whole or the restaurant ,! Ave.. ler Lk. Kanr WinterI with 20 yrs. experience In build I Colonial Motors. 1239 I II In town $ eor Priced to tell ,... toa* 1948 Ford DeLwae
20 K. Washington 8%. Ibln. 8124. buldD with parking space only. I Pak. 1' line. Been estimator paymaster I t.nRPr.tol.. 1940 Chevrolet Special Deluxe 2 door Tudor Sedan
really a hot wonderful timekeeper. What hays you? Dr"e. 1948 Ford Super DeLuxe Sodas
DAYTONA BEACH_Drag I Ipt .ll COUPLE wanted on dairy. I sedan. Cen. '15. 1941 PACKARD 110" Convertible
f with beer and wine. Yearly volume poabtUe. aU make Steady work. Must .m.1'ab.r. Box Box 349 8Sta.RTRE r 1941 4 door Id.n.FluldrlY. Coupe. Cleanest convertible in I 1948 Ford Tudor Sedan

approximately ne.o. Good lease.Rent .99-year 8eln. terms r.an.bl. 1076. D-Land. ".. l VERN-P.IDte. in- 2-door. Excellent radio and better. Orlando .._.__.....f.,............,.$1.395 1942 Ford Pordor Sedan

666 .mOlth... n. Jo.tl. onPeninsula .For. .furhe 81'. Jamerson and A I CLRK-TPIST WANTED Dut.* phone tPlor 7228 or 2-3098 after 6. r.ld.nt;. CROLE-Un tCP. good rbbr. 1195.PontIac I cylinder 2 door aedaa. I LOANS LOANS LOANS 1940 FORD DELUXE Coupe. Excellent 1942 Ford Tudor Sedan
ltk tcJude Pc. of J. 33
Wm. P. P.rke.n. tr. R..ltr.. E. C.ntrl office record prlm.r keplD. YOUNG MAN desires per $24. I 8m'th 1. Roblno. I II New paint JCb. IUI. I' condition priced 1941 Ford Tudor Sedan (2)

10,0. 409 Iroadway.peach. Data. WE SPECIALIZE I.eU aU type I Young man who.akln.has lived In Orlando l.nent"ARI" office commercial I 1939 Mercury 4 dor sedan. Radio. I. to sell ..........._..... ........ ...._, ..4895 1941 ford Convertible Coup
Phone 1692 of businesses. It Interestedin Ph. I new paint and aphol.trl. 8895. BORROW BY !
d Apply art photography. Experienced. I
or
for many years CHVROLZT-1942 Feetltne 2 door PONE 1941 Ford Club Coupe
any see us. Speak toSplegl. : .. r'd. 1939 Buick Special dor Id.o. New 1940 BUICK SUPER
DISTRIBUTOR Man or bu.lnel to Mr. ) City Cab Sedan. Puny
18S' I sedan. Lit new thruout mechanically .
WANT ." Whitney Spiegel Realty Co.. paint and uphCI.ter 8895. 1940 Fond Tudor Sedan
CALL US THEN
.4,. Woman. .dnrd spec 706 MetcslfBldl. 26269. DAIYHNDIIPrlrncd. Assist In EXPERIENCE race horse groom wants I perfect. Priced to sell at 1..4. 1939 Plymouth Deluxe 2 door sedsa. STOPIN good and looks good ....$895 1940 Pordor Sedan
Pord.
laity Item. Horn nt.t Re.ltoT. machine: Job with addle horsrs. No riding R. 8. Evans. 60 W. Central. Radio. A bargain. 6695.I93A THE SAME HOUR FORTE
through drug GOING ( net 83,000 I .u. mlit. Orlando. 1936 FORD Convertible Coupe. A 1938 Ford Tudor Sedan
Rt. 3.
BUSES .I academy. Box
.tr. also barn work. wages I Chevrolet Master Deluxe coach.
.hor IH. 1947 Windsor 4 door CASH!
00 CHRYSLER $50 to $300Test
for -
franchisee ,
beauty per .... _
stores will Jo.Uo.Id.a hours 11e. hou. ever 2 I sedan. Scotch plaid interior an accessories. Clean and dependable 8495. good buy for __ $350 1937 Ford Station Wagon
couple. No experience
available. 4 sales day
pr ha other n.cell. Iin family preferred. Apply Pinerldg 71. Airplane Sale Service Driven only 40 Starling-Alexander Motors 501 N. 1935 Ford Coach U>
6100 per week. bull- Present owner tnte..t & "
pay I 1937 FORD 85" 2-Door Sedan.
brie will sacrifice for only Dairy Leesburg Fla. outright er trade and finance. Orange Av Phone 7878. Get cash quickly en Signature.
.. history la letter 2 and 1,00. .e'.2r your 1931 Ford Sedan
a those who TWIN ENGINE ratings on Grumman Central. Good condtion priced to sell $495
Star. Worth Investigating. Box 348 B-Sta. DRIVER WANTED-Only R. S. Evans. 60 W. I Auto or Furniture. Call today! I
I familiar with Orlando Widgeon; land sea and instrument. 1933 Graham Sedan
FRUIT AND GIFT SHOP Slock and SECOND HAND St. Orlando Aviation. CHRYSLER-1934 Alfo. Good eon I 1930 MODEL A 2-Door Sedan
$29
STOREID'. streets will qualify. Apply t Veteran's training. MacyCourt. REPOSSESSED CARS'-1937 Willis I 1942 Hudson 4 Door Sedan (2)
Good ; Cloud. Owners U.O Club. Ph. Winter Park 863. dition. 8395. 8e
.ulp..at tn. 35. I Mr. City Cab Co. Country srdan. 8135. 1935 Chevrolet 2- I
Rouslstone. ; cash; for quick sale. Writ Ho..I. 1942 Hudson 2 Door Sedan
I Box 254. Bt. Cloud. .I MACHINIST. WANTED All around door, 895. 1934 Chevrolet 2-door BUY SELL TRADE TERMS'
S 2332 or 3.4505.Vfl.LING Job Shop. No ethers need apply. 72. Autos Trucks For Rent CHRYSLER 1940 Royal business '15. 1938 Ford ad.n. 8135. Used GFC LOAN COMPANY 1941 Hudson 2 Door Sedan (2)
I
STATION-On U. 8. No 1. WANTED TO LEASE-Up-to-date Oibbs Machine Co.. 373 N. Garland. coupe. New paint good rubber. Exchange. 219 Washington. 1941 Hudson 4 Door Sedan
Close U business district: 8830 plus.Inventory. meat market t OrlDdo Pleas CAR-RENTAL INC.-High grade Insured I 897S. Private owner. 408 I. Concord. 2-288. 1 East Robinson Phone 679S BUY HERE WITH CONFIDENCE 1940 Hudson 4 Door Touring Sodas

.I C. B. Davis. Realtor 104 reply to Box 353 SSta.ON. NIGHT CLERK. Elprlnr.e I car by week or season t i I CHERL 14. FI..t-Ma.t.; AUCTION on and I 615 NORTH ORANGE
transcript .utmoble. trurl 1939 Hudson Touring Sedsa
Tt. Jefferson. 1-1649. OF THE FINEST communityirocery.markets .ltbb.rd. responsible people. 6159. 36 and clock. .
t with good Boa 363 C.1 1 t.oor every T..d. p 20 30, PHONE 8597
FLORIST SHOP and In Orlando with Livingston Av*. J 195. W. Cencerd. from the te the I Ii 1937 Hudson Sedan
O.rd.trol mCap
Countr established living quarters. 68.900 00 will handle. S-tar. D. VARNER U-DRI-I-DrY I I CHEVROLET-1942. 2-door sedan: 4 can buy. chc.p. buyers and sellers 1933 Hupmobll Sedan

flower ready market Groceries and market without living PRINTER-OPERATOR WANTED yourself; low r.t. In. Cr new tires: D..deluxe radio. Clean from Georgia. Alabama.. Tennesseeand i AUTOS 1940 LaSalla Sedaa
: fronts 324 feet en new Cross quarters. 1.50.0\10,0.0. On Vsushn & Co.. 416 West C.nta D. V.r.1 U-DY-I. .. 234 W good condition. Phone 6542. .. Florida her. last sale. Lots of
Avenue. 1941 Lincoln Zephyr Sedan (3)
01 the city
block .
:
State HI.I.&rat. eer.t fla.t AY. 2-315. 4 door sedan. Very private owners selling rare here every '
you'll It. Prescott V. Steele. CHRYSLER-1939 PONTIAC Convertible- club
a netrtround. QUALITY CARS
shop ; tld PLUMBER-Experienced only. Raymond week. Remember anybody tin sell or 4 1939 Lincoln Zephyr Sedan

supplied Inch ..n Sine 1920. .Dial 3-1008. 49-West Central Dlckton. 13 W. Plant St.: I HERTZ ID and : car SYSTEM for rent- dition.clean Weekend thruout. Motor special in 6695.good R.con 8.Evane. buy In this sale. Come with the crowdto coupe. Radio and heater. Very 1939 Lincoln Zephyr 2 Door Sedan
300 gallon : garden Avenue.NICE Winter Garden. phone 99. resident : Lake I I
i pruu. Goff Automobile Auction Co-
Oflc. day Reasonablerates.
by or
W. Central. nice.
and tools yearly Income ..- phone I 8 42. 1948 Mercury Sedaa
.nr. LITTLE Welding business at 3. We furnish but the land. Florida.' 48 CADILLAC 62 SEDAN

000; prIce 13,0. cash 19. aa-. 83.20000. Eacu.IY with Prescott SHEET WEAL SHOP FOREMAN I drive 904 N. Av*. Phone CHEVROL-1931 standard coupe. FORD Convertible club Hydramatlc. radio, heater 1948 Mercury 2 Deer Sodas
Or.nl W. E. coupe.
sum 64000 ICr... .. V. Steele. D.t 2-10'. 49-West Central i i Must to lay out work and 2-4064. Church cash. Se 9 to I.I 76. Tralrr.Truek for Sale I I"U This car practically new. 1941 Mercury 4 Doer Sedan
per W.
23
Bwm.a Hobbs at Radio. Very good.
mont e handle Also good all 1t.
r. .. Realtor ,I meo le.d a GUNS INC.-New -39th-St.. after 6. 1941 Mercury Convertible Coupe
t Phn. 33'1 for a than average I around ..t.J .orle. I U-DRE-I.. rate day c.r I 1 BROCKWAY-2<4 tOD 8x14 .t.ke' '
Florida.FROZEN
for per
I LKIG b.te Reloo.bl. M BUICK SEDAN 1940 Mercury Convertible Coup
condi 41 PLYMOUTH 2-door.
C.ro"t. Good RadlaI
"" one Must b* reliable and of good morlI week er evenings 'tili DODGE-1941, for'.Ie. body. Booster rcoD4toned.nln.
I CSTAR DRIVE IN- mans 10... become your..1 lt No i character. Good wages and working 9.00. 942 N. Or. Opn. I .V. C. Davenport. 234 PatrickSt. .. Excellent clndlUoD Pric I Above nerau.I RosdmaiterRsdlo. 1939 Uercury Coach

Plenty .te business. phone call*. Meet me face face condItion Apply Frank E Relzel A I i 2-81. tlSSO. Box 358 S-Sta. l heater. This car like new. 1948 Jfash 4 Door Sedsa
Mutt tell: o.nr U."aerd 3607 .. and find out Just why It I is for sal*. P. O. Box 433. N. Grove Run I '
Orange_ J SOD 73. Auto Service DODGE-1940 4 door sedsn. BATAM-1941. Vi ton. all steel. 3 FORD Cup. Original pit 1943 Nash 4 Door Sedan
BJo.om.I 1 EJIY with Prescott V. Btel.. I.. O.lnn.le. Florida. ,i new 1.lnt D.. upholstery. I, utility trailers. any car. List and 42 FORD 2-DOOR SEDAN
Fil Very .
.0. | upholstery. 1941 Nash Sedaa O>
715011N0 one 49-West Central Avenue. Central.
CALl.Appk. I WAN AT ONCE-Lew tempera AUTO fun going $ 8. 60 W. price 6225 our clearance price New tire, mechanically OJC. (
el the mO' uptoflate NEW BUILDING bualneee and home I r.frt..rtlon engineer who PAINGI. looking car. 4321. I 8159.90. R S. Evans. 101 W. CentralAve. Several other good low- 1931 hath Convertible Coup
buy
la Central pl.e.
Florida
nine tIP' an practically ; I .olbbl.tl. Ideal for tourist can dl..no.trouble and repair small '. and dents removed. No DODGE.-.1939. 4 door sedan. 50.000 i i 1937 Nash Sedan
new
; refrigerating unite In the field addition priced and transportation. 42 BUICK SUPER SEDAN
-
established business. Reasonably priced cbu. T. location for a 1 money down; easy terms. Orange miles. Per.c condition. Good pick-up. medium.prlce 1947 Oldsmobile Club Sodas
Bowman Brown liquor store or both. to : Auto & Body Works. 2.18. tires P. new. Must be seen I .iVRLT-112a. 4 comparatively Also a good selection oftrucks. Radio beater. ThIs car
: ; .. priced right right pay and i owner.Ph. I 1942 Oldsmobile Sedan
Co.. CJ *rl 3371. Clermont. I eOI.tee. rrahr'oorr"r. :ALIGNMENT Free Inspection. to be appreciated. Private r n..tires are very clean.
i Jo.t.d r.bt. .It pr.cot, Rfer.. Prompt repair by mech 30200.DODGESedan.. I 6 ply. Priced for immediate sale I 1941 Oldsmobile Station Wsgon

GROCERY i V. .. C.nt.l 80rl. Orange Ine. 421 N. Kentucky Trail. Ave. .lle.. A ene.top "npr Good- 1941 morl. Newly' 8100.00 cash. C. 8. Taylor ft Co.. '42 CADILLAC 61 SEDAN 1941 Oldsmobile 4 Door Sedan O)

favorable uJE'annt. phone ul. I BIC..CI years Service. 300 N. Orange Ave. painted. An excellent for tale ;[ Dsvenport. Florid_ _ _ : Heintzelman's Inc. Hydramatlc; radio; beater 1941 OldsmobIle 2 Door Sedan

Realtor. 116 .. Court St. 61. Bank AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Experienced by owner. 1446 Berkshire Avenue oft i CHEVROLET TRUCK-H4-ton. New LIke Mtw. 1940 Oldsmobile 4 Door Sedan
j Lan-Serice N. Or.n. at Cltv Limit OrwtnManor. I I I motor. For sale er trade. 2501 N.
GAS sandwich shop. mechanics; prompt .nic S< W. Livingston Ave. Phone lUg
STATOH-Wlt I TOtING MEN wanted by MorTtsnn'g and "". 2O077.DESOTO I I Orange Avenue. 1940 Oldsmobile 2 Door Sedsa
accessories
license. on'' Cafeteria for training for office good .tok. p.rt. '42 82 CADILLAC SEDAN
.A traveled $.t. highway. Has |: fIAI LOANS cost yon I.. stewards counter personnel. Neat In ttrrs. Inc. 234 W. Central -1943 custom built sedan. I CABIN CAR TRAILERS-1947. Very 1939 Oldsmobll Sedan (2)

bedrooms for tur' upstairs and N.ton.J B.nl. Compare ambitious. High School : 23153. 1946 motor. Radio and heater. A-I attractive plywood construction. Radio, htatir extra clean. 1938 Oldsmobile 4 Door Sedan
bath. Only 1 $60 these costs. for I I .pp.r.nec. and wheel condition. Phone 4812 for dpt.nl.DDE Fits car. Sleeps two. Equipped for
Jon I necessary. Apply Mr. JOB any WYKYQYL MQTORS 1948 Packard Clipper Sedan
o1 f AUTOBRK
monthly. A. C. :: r ::rC 1121'' 8 100. you get 8 9J-Payments I 34 Wagner. .U.nm.nt Whel 1939 busIness CCUP. new stove and refrigrrator. Ideal' for tour- '42 61 CADILLAC SEDANETTE

N. Or.n. (near 8 150. you get 139-Payments .& .hl. yon ..It A mCtor. .. tires. E..,I i Ing, fishing and hunting tripe. Built OPEN SUNDAY Radio beater bydramatle 1942 Packard Clipper Sedan
pass) WI.te Part Open .ld.r1 8 200. yea get 1&p.ment 16 Fringe i 1010_ Currh. Washington l Winter Garden.' I to .1 for 1.0. Have S left and 1942 Packard Sedan

8 300 yea get 27IP.m.nt 25 0 BODViiibENDZftrepalning Clean in'and ''r at R. 8. Evans. Packard 4 Door Sedan (2)
GAS STATION and DESOTO 1937 4-door. III. 1941
H.hw. U-I. EASTERN baa opening In \ .1 '
I I'I SEDAN
8 41 BUICK SPECIAL
Standard Oil I o.tr! 8 40.'O. 37-P. ent 41 I airport r."aUon.AIsE office for men.si I painting. Estimates gladly given.Satisfaction out. New glistening greenfinish. Central SUNDAY SPECIALS 1938 Packard Touring Sedan
leas. Inventory and all i I ICaU &roil'I'get 415p.ment 11IJOo. 23 to 30. Two years college pre guaranteed. D. Varner An exceptional buy at 8493. CHVRL-Dl and Ford trucks Radio heater, a very nice

Jo* with '1.rl' Real Estate I; monthly payment 13 1.3. ferred. 40 hour week. Good pay. rotating 234 W. Central AY. Phone 2-3153. R. S. Evans B.n.t Lot: Garlandand .I.'I! Cf dr.crlpton. size .D t I"W. clean car. 1931 Packard Coup
39 S. 3-4411 Flop- Amelia. 1939 LASALLE Packard Sedan
have In 1938
vacation.
Alar" Payments for 13 months are smaller.I : I shifts and annual BRAKE REPAIRS-We supply a trurk
$ Department. Figure Insurance pay Interviews will b* held at Ansebilt OU auto needs; also tires IFRDI98 tudor 85. Very good discontinuing department. WI Convertible Coupe '41 CHEVROLET SPECIAL 1937 Packard Touring Sedan

GROCERY: AND )m-uo: loan In case dfJ:' .to First j Hotel. 8.turd., and Sunday and 01 DIII. Sales & Service. W. '310. 810 .. Jackson. I sell for exactly half of regular Radio Beater New TI. New Top DeLuxe ledan. Radio. This 1933 Packard 4 Door Sedan
will buy business Bank at Orlando. 4th floor 17th 10 ..m. until I pm South BOne St. Apt. I.FR1137. price. Come In. look .relnd. No reasonable -
month. For call Mr.15 I.Uona ltl. a I offer refused. R. 8. Evans.cor. $9 car extra clean in every way. 1942 Plymouth 4 Door Sedan O)
I "
l.rcul.n .mlt WOOL pay. Applyat CAR WASHING and polishing by ap- V-I 85. Coupe. Blue.
PRESER and Amelia.
Garland
.IU Henry Buch FIRST ColonialDr. For and good ''engine and 1942 Plymouth Sport Sodas
31090. 1 NATIONAL BANK now pre CS 3 plntment prompt Ilr od 1940 FORD TUDOR '41 PACKARD CLIPPER
.11: vides a eompl.t Real Estate B tt J Service radio. 6400. First come first .pned COVERED W AOON-1' in .0 con 1941 Plymouth Convertible Coupe

GROCERY STORE-Centrally located. give you WATERUXLLON CUTTERS Wanted corner Boone and .J.ekpn.I Private owner. 1633 H Ferris dition. Pl eaulp"d. 1095. Mew Motor Radio Heater 4-Door Sedan 1941 Plymouth Deluge Coach

I Ideal for ImblUa 4.Urta.a t.tl and better .for"Ic.t Must b* expert and furnish refer I CONVERTIBLE FORD-1935 tudor. Runs very .I E Punto P.rl. on S. $777 Radio. Htater Overdrive Sedan
TOPBe.d lnlnl. .0. Lanlean. I 1140 Plymouth
,ro.rl.Ll rnt 04 .nr.. Ready for work In few days. Door panels. Drive and yon win buy; 6245. 1
Pr c..h tr.. L 6% Loans Up to $300 100 acre. Cont.e Donald J. Nichol ert. Wit Ante Shop. ..Lex, Truck and Bargain Lot. Garlandand DODGE TRUCK-First class 1940 193 PLYMOUTH4Door. 1939 Plymouth Sedan (3)

\. 666 M. Orange: J son. 50. er 1224 Palmer Ti Amelia. 2-1023. I' m-ton for sale or tr <1e. Dirk Radio These cars sold with a 30-day 1938 Plymouth Sedan
utjp.?. AUTO. Furniture. Diamond loan-- Street. .. -81. Grant. Dixie Freeser 3 E. MarksSt. guarantee.
RADIATOR make FORD-1946 Club AU $555 1937 Plymouth Sedan (2)
Economy Company. J, F, RPAIIGA I COUP. aee. .
ROCERY. and meat market Flnanr
/4 J new stock of Monarch brand ::, Burger..".I.rr. 1006 Mete.1 Build 66. Sales Help Wanted c.n. Comple. De.for replacement copper anl.Ave.OUns U.e C.r. 242 1 FORD-1941 I'-i-ton truck. Like new.Hsve 1937 Plymouth Touring Coach

-T-Hi best fixtures I'' ing. Phi' 2.33. Call C. T. Radiator Shop 621 241.FR to see to be appreciated. J. 1941 PACKARD 10" W* pay Cash for Used Car*. 1937 Plymouth Coupe

I dandy 6-room home furnished complete. CASH LOANS Quickly mad on furniture ADVERTISING SAYAN-Iaprt W. .W.lke; 8933. I 1941 Or station will trade wagon for ... Rulta. 1987 Karollna. Winter Park. Radio. He.te. Overdrive 1942 PontIac 2 Door Sedsn
Oak floor Lot New throu.hCut.
and diamonds. Good
aut. Or "
store building. a'.M I It.al lando' own Horn Finance Co.. 314 I .nce commloa Olv fu particular 'LUBRICATION Shellubrtcatlon' I .model car. See at Jol The Third' I I, FORD--Panel 722 Or.nde truck 1936. 68. i $19E J. C. McKELLAR, INC. 1941 PontIac 4 Door Sedan (4)

not I Metcalf .. Dial 2-0304. In lettr. the thorough scientific Jubr1.tlon rp.l.urnt. 2998 Ave. I 1940 Pontiac 2 Door Sedan (2>
.t pru Church and 31 Every nook and c.nn FORD-1929 Model-A Chevro. FORD-Panel delivery truck. Excellent SPECIALS "YOUR PACKARD DEALER-
.RHr I LOANS MAE from 810 t 8300: CANDY AND COOKIE salesman car or truck i* Smooth 'oW coup. I condition. May be seen at 324 8147 1939 Fontla Convertible
Main 10uchr let. 1936 2-door Are. Phone
; 342 N. Orange
2-343. Finance strict ,; fast .e"lr. Family With 111 experience and closed 'I I ning p.r.. assured yon. j' able. 2619 S. "Id.D Ver r..OD- I Marlposa St. or rail 8182.CMC 1941 Chevrolet Club Coup 1939 PontIac Coach -
Service. Inc. W. Central 42 N. Gsr- Sat ,. AY.
track Go comJloD r.pu prolonl had-tore 1947i ton pick Inquireto 1941 Chevrolet Coup 1933 Pontiac Tudor Sedsa
A.! _Phone. 9857. FORD-1940 2-or. actual I up.
cud. 2-241. easy 4,0 I
OKRY With living euarUrs. REAL ESTATE LOANS-Get a small ESU1. INC.. Calendar Division I I .pl.c* .lat pleasure.m.k.1. Great Southern I miles. Clean car. Florida 1932.1242 MUD.te Aye. telephone 2- 1939 Buick Sedan 1947 Studebaker Champion Sedan
bsng-up Motors. Jefferson and Garland dial
lean on your when needed. 692 Orange dial ; Sedsn
.0. lullne".1 lou. Ha Imlted opening for salesmen Btor. ; 22424.FORD. 1939 Old. Sedan 1942 Studebaker 4 Door
Ideal fe naa and Florida Credit Pine lit staIrway .
to calendars and I
Everything for ote hlt.eUln 2180.I I 1939 Plymouth TRUCKS 1941 Studebaker 2 Door Sedan
II.h. Jo.Uea sees east of Grand Theatre. i fine for -1940 Excellent CouPjlU

O. .. See M.rl wl QUICK LOANS furniture Falou..1' Esqulr .girl .dnrl.I"1 I 73-L. Auto Parts-Accessories j original .Tdor. finish; motr.rdio. OMC 1S43 2 tea ta steel 'ld'. Chrlr Convertible 1941 Studebaker Champion Sedan
Louis 143 CAR .
Realtor ; winch and pole Sell
Qa 2-hour service. 8port Calendar. Coronet 179. R 8. Evans. 400 N. Orange. 1940 Studebaker Commander Sedan
2-1484. nt :\10.n. FINANCE '
F.m1 C. 501 Florida and other exceptional ,ub ARMY TRUCK PARTS-Largest stockIn 100.0.I SELL TRADE R. S. EVANS I 1940 Studebaker 2 Door Sedan
Bank W. ecta- Commissions and bonus. South. Transfer transmission I FORD I
1937.
cases 85" New I
Phone R lull Information address Sales Msnager. I i I Ford 113. m ton Hat body. Cab 1940 Studebaker 4 Door Sedan (2)
.
2111.t anel.j differential xles. etc for condition. Can be seen mto'o COLONIAL
Corner
GROCERY. meat ..rk.t gas pump: OUT OP 5 who ask for a I Esquire Calendar Division. Eqmre *- I Arm owe Stude.. lt'J Chev.. wood Et. I over 8800. 700 N. MILLS 1938 Studebaker 4 Door Sedan O)
new Price ber Bldg.. Chicago 1. Illinois. I I 1937.Terraplane Sedan
I
fitU. -get ene. Personal Finance Co.. I .I D. DII; P.rt Com Chevrolet 1942. 2 ten dump ,. CHEVROLET-1947. Long wheelbase
SS&OO. to responsible' party. 8. Oranc. REAL ESTATE SALESMAN Inc. S. .. TeL 1 1934 Terraplane Sedan
Phone : cab and chain Dual
Potter with H.rl.n G.la. Inc.Prober. Robert E. Rom". 2. 2-34.. \j I enced with real estate Eu- I 9-7667. Memphis. Tenn. I 8800 00. : 1942 Willys American Sedsa
677 N. r 8 FORD-1939 sedan. Hog klllln' good I JIM CUMBIE SAYS wheel No mileafe. $1893. 1940 Plymouth Deluxe 2 Door Sodas
: .t t 1 car. Excellent opportunity with well AUTO RADIOS-Motorola complete I meter. I.ooks and drives nice. $283. E. Gstwl. Rutland Bldg.
GROCERY-Meat Low rent. CASH WHEN YOU NEED IT-At the'' established oltt.. H Boland. Realtor I stock. B. F. Gdch Garlandand I Smith doln' the taikin. got more Lul. I 1941 Ford Club Coupe
830 Good and I 1 131.I CHEVROLET-1941 pick-up. Very' 1940 Dodge Sedan
i
; 672 N. Orange Robinson '
mClthY. fru. ; I
Acceptance Corporation. 480 N. Bldl. Fords a show dog can lump contemplating rubber. 1940 Chrysler 4 Door Sedsa
stock. $ accept I t.D I If you are bu.'Inr food mechanically food I
Realty. 4re'and Mate: !I IGARAOE O.n. Phone 7186. Fast courteous : 2-455. I I BATTERIES for your auto. AU sites onr." MOt ..style or age. Moe I Used A perfect buy for $893. 1947 Buick Convertible Coupe
fi:3r31r Private offices. Also at SALESMAN WANTED-If Ol have a I types. B. F. Qoodrich Garland :I A's. passenger cars V- HOUSE TR.AILER-24 ft. In good -Better 1942 Buick 4 Door Sedan
Cocoa and Winter H.nD I car. are aggressive positive I i and Robinson Ave. i coupes and sedans. Priced right. J. RSmUh I condition. McOee. Opposite I all means see us. Our prices 1941 Chrysler Sedan

complete-Wen equipment located 'o lease; I II and b..sold intangibles or buan. FOUR USE firestone Ur.and tube 3 X. Robln. I ElPunto 170. highway 441. ,: are competitive. Our qualitiesthe DODGE-1940 panel delivery. New 1947 Chevrolet Sedan
h\ve and Excellent
service tires body.
Iol we an 6OO 209 Ave. West Trailer Park. motor, food 1948 Chevrolet Town Sedan
Labor available. See Walter Cnel 63. Mortgage position for you at Orlando. Jacksonville. I 12. I best. buy. $895.INTERNATIONAL1940. 1940 DeSoto Sedan
Oalney Motor Sales. Ococe. LansI FRONT END HOUSE TRAILER.-Schuit. IS ft. '
Miami Savannah. Ga. We II
are
or IrA PAf'I
HUDSON 1947 Town Sedan
1936. 2-door sedan. I Mercury
I -
Ph .
available for I tires brakes.Sacrifice.
i Fully new
GROVE LOANS-4*-JO years-no I the Nation leading business scrvicgftrm. I 1 A. .10t 1010 W. I 511: or can b*-seen at 1423 eQllpp.. Pine St. I l i-ton. 1948 Mercury Club Coupe
GROCERY STJP. I.Uoa I fee-prompt Rex 22 years background with 15.900 .- 'Ut. C. P.nl 10 A Partial Listing tires 194O Packard Club Coupe
Imr. wheels
l Stake dual new
"c1 body
New Reeltors. 126 N. clrnt Backed by National and I IbCn. 881. HOUSE TRAILER In good condition. 1942 Plymouth Sedan
a growing neighborhood. IUO. See j I mail advertising field [ SET COVERS-Electric fans for car HUDSON-1942 club coupe. Perfect 20 ft.. l.45 modeL Cheap: make 1941 CHRYSLER Luxury Brougham and perfect mechanically. Only 1947 Pontiac Sedan
L mil N. 'I ROME LOANS-To build pchas.lelinance ., and help a I 1 home. tackle reel condition. 81.145. 1023 GlendonloDr. Trailer 2711 $795.
Roy Jtl"D 1 training you can earn Fishing offer. P.rke Camp. N. 1641 DODGE luxury liner 4-door 1948 PontiaC Sedan Coupe
on C.rron. i I and rep.l. Prompt spryice. -I j minimum of 1.0 en a lucrative I rods and plugs. Kenyon Auto Store. apt. 5. Orange Ave. O. Waller. sedan. 1947 Klt-Ksmper Trailer

GROCERY AND MEAT IRK : amr.R.duce co.t.. Cmplrt plans plan bonus and .traU.commission ar- I I 674 N. Orange. 2-2970. I LASALLE-1937 sedan. Go running HOUSE- TRIRuIhr 8250. 1940 DODGE Le 4-door gedaa. CHEVROLET nanet New 1947 Cabin Car Trailers

Owner ether ttrnt specifications and house model. Winter : r.neJnt I wn work. Write I fUSE i TEo serviceable Urea. condition. 8430. Dial 11. ask for Can be IeD a 183 Sat Blmb 1941 OLDS '6* leaa paint. A food bur for most any 1947 Campbell Farm Trailers
I' to 1904-J-l.
a* age.
giving com '
,, 1947 Bantam Trailers
sell week and
must Federal d.t.t np. DeSOTO service. $393.
thl r'll.ee 1.11 Savings .1. A I HOUSE TRAILER-Must sell almost 1942 custom cub delivery
LaD education and experience. coup.
ment. '. equipment Park tubes. 2901 N. Ave. LAALLE-1938 sedan. GoOd 1947 Granite Trailers
eal I Aln. Av*. Winter Pak.P.Ln..n Arrangements for interview will Or.nl I 4-or new custom built Plait. Extra 1940 BUICK Century Chevrolet IV, Cab Chassla
4.900. Clean .I.bl. stock tnven.orlcs I b 3 O. L TRUCK good eondton Will Icnflc. for 11.S. wheel and tire. N ",awnings 1930 FORD MODEL A Roadster. DODGE 1940 U-ton pick-up. Avery 1947
located made. Address P. M. H.DD ble i Cc 1o. 1947 Chevrolet IV. Ton Stake
at abut UO. C.nt.n Jo.-r.t. Govern I South Albany Avenue. Fla. tion. 625 ee. R I Dli at P.1 Phar.c double sink. .tn. Reasonably 1946 CHRYSLER Town A Cut. food running truck for $493. 1946 Studebaker Pickup
en Son. or
Ph. .
E. Central Ave. Eu.tl. Phl. I priced account State. STUDEBAKER ,
1940
for 143 5 Plekan
of Z 1947 OUC
I fare. 83.000 cash and mortgage mor. J.n SALESMAN-Experienced
-I building buying Caner hu.hol I LASALLE: 1939 convertible coupe: O.lrl. Te.te. last row P.1 Tau door. : Ford Pickup Truck
I 82400 takes It. Here's a real established specialties aa Florida DODGE-1948 i-ton pick-up. Excellent 1947
I ace Joe 71. Wanted must sell this week. New top. new Park.
G.
I Lennon Myers. Realtor.I 29 W. er 1928 OLDSMOBILE
opportunity. Can Ray I attractive opportunity. Must have ear Autos.Trler tire 6850. Sdan buy. Perfect condition MORE
with Joe Myers. Realtor. Dial ".lwn St. Phon 8881. i and traveL preferences CCmpletel Dnrb.ue HOUSE TIl' ready to go. 1939 OLDS '6' 2-or. I throughout. $1595. MANY. MANY
0 St.t.u.lllc.tlon. Phone
993.. and BUICK WANT- T. later and '47 good tires and 1941 DODGE Custom seda
LOMZLOANu-W. tlrphone. Bel 8-tar. buy Oldsor LINCOLN hitch A-l. 2-wheel luggage Most cars above have all the
block ) want t* you Cle.n.1 bttr. ZEPHYR 1937 coupe. P I metal 1941 CHEVROLET
HOME AND ELJINZS-New an
en 2 Equip buy a home or build a leI one I Pontiae. 62 W. vately owned. Radio heater. trailer '47 tag. Inquire Snyder'g 194 FORD 1-ton pick-up. DODGE-1940 32-passenrer bus. nrrras radio*, heaters, ipeeia
bulln. lBI" 10t We will give you prompt Of- I Colonial. new car. would like to sell mine. Store. Leckhart. 1940 BUICK sedan. Very food mechanically. Could be
new I"lce Division Sales Manager Rndmuter excellent tires etc.
cooler 6x6: 10 HUm. lucl.ln fire hours 9 to 2 dunnc .k; te I IB SALESMAN to develop-and expand distribution SPOT CASH PAID for your used car. 61* B. Pine; dial 2-1749. HOUSE TRAILER-1946 CODtn.at.L 1941 PLYMOUTH sedan. converted for many purposes. A transmissions
KUI.I cu
V. .S. t slirer; sanitary acale.6e ', 12 .1 First Savingssod !'I I ef a nationally known Ice Cream Con See J." C. McK.Uar.wYOUI Packard MODE A FORD-815* ca h. Tele- 28.h l: .Ietne br.k. 1935 OLDS 2-door. food buy for $593.

to $ t.I chart: pair ,:, Loin DF:1.r. 50. fection. Ice Cream telling rout selling Dealer. 343 N. Orange Ave. Phone 8376 and ask for Mr*. Rob- complete and carpeted. Cash or COD 1941 FORD club convertible. OPEN SUNDAYS
E Pine St..
Decto vegetable 5147. Mon. through Sat. alder trade en 420 8. Or-
Cuntr 11.t I I and distributor selling. Experience I .nn. Irepr 1941 FORD Super DeLuxe sedan. AND EVENINGS
form scale 300 lb.; blok :' helpfuL Work will require advertising 'SEE US BEFORE YOU SELL your i MRcRY-131 4 door sedan: This a ngeAve_ _ 1941 FORD 2-door. TRUCK AND BARGAINLOT
knb. and etc. Stock of good all LOANS en all types of prpr long pl.rment contacting dealers dltlb car. Bur. shop around get aU you : condition. .Olln'a. HOUSE TRAILER-Factory made. 18*

new. bedroom bouse furnished. At or short term: .rte tmrl their salesmen. MUt b I can for your car-but before you sell Inc. 142 N. Garland Ave. Phone 2- "Ready Cut like new. Moea

tah garase; aU br4.o ate service. Harlow O. .rlck 11 resourceful capable and get our bid too. CeDt FlorIdaMotors. 4347._ I sleep four. Fully "ulppd dls 5 Big LOCATIONS
Lor. lot fo aD.aNa N. Orans&Avs. Phone 8168.REAL I Limited travel la this arra. Liberal cor. Gall al J.Ucra I MERCURY 1M2 play now at pan Pno .. 2508 A better place to buy a Comer Garland and Amelia
:"* II Approximate ace 33. Replies a 1 B. H..a PbOD Cnrbl. cub N. Orange. Ph. IN ORLANDO
I slon. coupe. aU I 2-104. Better Used
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1 : Box 367 8-Btr. Nn T-CHPAI for good I relent tires 'top. OUn's. Inc. 142N. HOUSE TRAILER larce. ear- 101 W. Central Fn. 529

JEWELRY JAn LOANS Low cost! I Ide. used Car*. Garland Phone 2-34. I 82500 cub. Shown nd':7. Mon. OPEN SUNDAY
To b home 110 W. Central Ph. 2-OC90
STIrb .la or rt.nc orange Avenue. Phone to 4. 1303 West
i'i and business TrustDepsrtmeat SALESMAN-To Nor. MERCURY-1939 4-door sedan. Clean. : .1 PetDI JIM CUMBIE CARS Ph. 4321
prpn T. reD FrKldalre apPllanere. good tire and Prlvstelyowned. I M W. Central
I?IotJ..ur.of L 88000.J C. ;I of N.ta Bank I I Must hav* Cs,. Apply te wV BUY CARS.-Any make-any I 8675. Shlw motlr. P.m. Bat. I HOUSE TRAILER--New. will tell Phone 2-1023. 457 N. Garland Pa. 3-1023
;. .U.na j at Orlando second f. : Mr. Tool. H. Wolfe. mad*|-any year elm's i fit. Orange Phone
I I I 19 X. C.ud. 143 N. Garland; 34347 er "-C.r. through 6271.'10 X. Canton AvgPhong .I,12-2093.1* for 8190. 1223 28th Ph I 19 :- 400 N. Orange Ph. 4771It






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BusmSTEnglish I Page 1 16 \\t rj? Simtoiii' &rntfnrl-Etur Orlando, Florida, May 18, 1947JConsolidation Elks To Attend l,A. A. Tied. C. J. Balliet and Glen

r Vegetable Men C Cole.

Usage Class SetA Tampa Convention Alternate delegates are Wilson

t Plan Leonard Nick Serros. A. E. Arthur

Usage new nrlll class start In at Business 8 am.English tomorrow Aired I To Meet Here William P. Buning. vicepresident 10. H. Johns and Lawrence Sa-
of the
in the Orange County Voca- I Central l Division of the I tariano.
tional School. Jess R. Leach director Florida State Elks Assn. will attend -
.. How county commissioners feel Its of some changes, or a new I a great deal of money and give I, I
the 43rd annual
announcec11Ntnda Elks Corn'
and I Three nationally recognized authorities con- Marketing Slated
consolidationof Constitution for the State. the citizens a much more efficient
about the proposed
Subject matter covered In this I vention in Tampa today through
It would be on vegetable merchandising !
certain county offices is par- added "I believe j' government I believe the LAKE CITY rAP Marketas s:
course includes: nouns pronouns, which better to make plans for the next people of Orange County want and a Florida advertising executive Tuesday. {
revealed In a letter I of Columbia 1'Jk
adjectives, verbs participles In- tially Those also; attending from the County's Iona
I
were named to
for something that yesterday
E. Bourland wrote Tyn two years some consolidation of county offices -
Chm. V.
.flnitives. adverbs, prepositions head the business the Orlando Elks Lodge 1079 Include corn crop: is expected to begin
Jr., Orange County'Representative will be really constructive.In I because they voted 2 to 1 for program at I
1 conjunctions sentences coherence Cobb an II I the consolidation amendment. fourth annual Florida Vegetable Exalted Ruler James J. Hackett here May 26 and be in full swing
emphasis, clearness and the ;ln the Legislature. conclusion. Bourland wrote I Committee meeting here June 16- E. J. Kastner. secretary, and the by June 2, it was announced
Contents of the letter were made "The general school bill has I
Tight word." that "we would also be confronted 17-18. following delegates: yesterday by County Agent JohnM.
This will be the last class In public following the reading of I' I taken care of most of the Alph A, Hazen, Wallace E. Davis Kennedy.
The
conference
Business English Usage until the an outline of Cobb's stand on the with the proposition that we do changes contemplated In the Is expected to
In consolidation before 'the commis '' not have in our budget the neces- Orange County consolidation attract up to 1,000 producers and
Fall term begins September. I
sioners. plan regarding schools,with the producer-suppliers of fresh vege-
Anyone who Is Interested Is askedto \ .
did tables crops LaMonte Graw, committee -
register at the school at 325 While the commissioners possible exception of appointing
Magnolia Ave., Leach explained.The not endorse either the letter, nor the superintendent Instead of manager, reported after ,
checking advance reservations.The .
Cobb's outline they unofficially electing him. 'I
highest capita annual voiced approval of what Bourlandhad "I favor the school board which committee represents a maJ-
per
written the Representative. will serve on a per diem basis ority of the producers' of fresh
392 ,
consumption was
egg eggs he did not vegetables shipped from Floridain __ __ ,
reached In 1945. This figure was Bourland declared without regular salary, which I m --- u -- 1
24 per cent above that of 1940. want to be "classed as absolutely 3'I board will appoint the school annual volume of more than TERMING ORANGE MEMORIAL
opposed to anything for the goodof superintendent and have him paid $110 million he said. I HOSPITAL'S
renewed
the county." But he pointed out $7,500 a year, as are the other The conference program will '
WASHING MACHINE that there Is much division of principal officers In Orange be headed by an address by E. drive to raise $750,000 for a

REPAIRING sentiment as to whether anything County. A [Woody] Meyer, assistant 11 new wing as "extremely worth-
If 70111' waihtar naeklie seeds repair should be done in this session, in "The circuit clerk would becomethe "
Jut drop a. a card *r pllo.el"L administrator of the Production while, John Fletcher of Jacksonville -
!- view of the time that has elapsedto county clerk and retain all the I and Marketing Administrationof [above] ofFletcher's
Pick-up and delivery service within "thoroughly study the situa- duties that he now has, being the the U. S. Department of Agriculture I owner
radius of 73 miles of Orlando. Bourland Cobb Motors here
a mailedin
tion. I finance officer for the county, as I who will speak on "Better ,
CALDWELL 4 HARRISFkoat The chairman f also advised I sary funds for a special election, | well as the county auditor and the Merchandising of Florida an additional contributionto
Mm Kli Edcwatcr Dr. Cobb that there Is a "probabilGENERAL I which would cast approximately clerk of the county commissioners.In Vegetables." the fund. Carl C. Hall, head

2000. addition, he would have in his Meyer, recently placed in charge of drive, said Fletcher's con- :
office the clerk of the county
In part. Cobb's outline declares: 'i of administering the national tributions "are large and
court the clerk of the criminal very :
Hope Flannagan Agricultural
have been rumors
'There many I "
I
court and the supervisor of reg- Marketing Research helpful.
Act. has an
regarding the Orange County con-
istration. He would be paid a flat extensive knowledge of Florida I
solidation plan to the effect that 8" ELECTRIC
OOMT HAVE TO 66 AN1aoa salary of $7,500 a per.
weu i voter WANT eP NOO TTO APPRECIATE there would be an overall manager I problems through his peacetimeand ference on "Stimulating the ,
AJ4T BUT i M PPY I&JB. 'The tax collector and tax assessor .I 1/2 INCH
MY DAUGHTER I SUPPOSe TMC. HWH STAMMKW T BY] who would control everything In war work as head of the fruit Sale of Florida Vegetables."
would t tI
be combined into
iatawu rtig"t lYl, HAVE TO 66. the county and hire and fire ,everybody I and vegetable branch of the
STATE AUTO In the Court House."I one office called the Tax Officer 'I: USDA. GGraw stated. I Graw said business program of ; QUICK SAW STANDARDDRILL
r D of Orange and be
g County paid a "Frozen Costs in Distribution.
Just want my 'friends In t the meeting will include panel dis-
BODYWORKS !
3. flat salary of $7,500 a Each
Orange County to know that I city, by a referendum vote year could I Transportation and Marketing"will !cussions of such subjects as production WITH METAL .
a i 'P4e CgYEQY have never been In favor of a | be discushed by John R. Van
7xeY l7. CARRYING CASE
sAR ask; that its taxes be assessed and packaging, marketing,
county manager form of government i : Arnum. secretary of the National I
for Orange County." I have J' collected by the county tax officer i League of Wholesale Fresh Fruit transportation foreign compeU-j
who would charge each I
s _t favored and do favor consolida-i and Vegetable Distributors of i tion and foreign and
municipality one-fifth of one per Washington D. C. Van Arnum is I
tion of certain offices, because I cent for this-service. or, with open forum meetings
think It will save Orange County i an authority on transportation of
"The county commissioners perishables and will discuss latest scheduled through the sessions. I IN STOCK FOR '

would be nominated and electedby I I successful method in this feature I New directors for the committee -
the county at large, but would
OTT SMARTLP F .of vegetable production and mar- whose membership is open to IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
ME run from and be residents of I
I keting.C. .
uSE'1'xK all Florida vegetable producers, .
their respective districts. They W. Kitchen, until recently a will be elected at the meeting.
( (t would serve for $25 a month j top-ranking merchandising auth- Dirctors will be named to
TIRES M represent -
plus 7 Mr cents mileage to and
ority of the U. S. Departmetnt of I individual commodities as EQUIPMENT HEADQUARTERS
from meetings.
vs I [ I Agriculture and now executive I well as geographic areas of the'
Commissioners are now paid ,
vice-president of the United Fresh State. !
Winter Park 47S TELEFOONES. Orlando %-09nnnn $200 a month.] Fruit and Vegetable Association of I
"The county commissionerswould I BAILEY MOTOR CO.
Washington, will be third major i The increase in vitamins and' EQUIPMENT
employ a county engineer I speaker of the meeting. His subject minerals since the years 1935-39
at a salary not to exceed I'
7500.
will be "The United's Mer- has resulted from greater con-
78 N.
Garlad
St.
This engineer would take over all "
chandising Institute.
e sumption of leafy, green, and
details of the
t a responsibilities that Hunter Lynde Jacksonville il yellow vegetables, citrus fruit,
I ORLANDO FLA: PHONE 8136
under the
are now control of the well known Florida advertising and whole milk and the enrich- j ,

1280 ORANGE AYE .WINTER PARK.FLA. Ph.Ph_Orlando W. Parle 2-0429 478 I Free your pet of Irritating serve county at commissioners.the will of the He majorityof would executive, will speak to the con- ment of grain products.

Disease carrying Ticks withTICKNOX the commissioners. He would
4 9
:I take orders from them as a body ,
350 STATE&WLANDO.FL*.4 s but not from individual members.He .
II I for Sale at Leading
Drag and Pet Stores would carry out the policies of
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CIETY SECTION ORLANDO. FLORIDA. SUNDAY. MAY 18 1947
PAGE SEVENTEEN




I ., Central Florida Betrothals Dominate Summer Social Scene- I






JVtiss Brinkman 3 ( }t Mrs. CartcrCompliments

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Gives Plans

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For Wedding 4 y At" Miss FordOne

k a
Highlighting the social events r.
of the most attractive
:for the latter part of May Is the .M 9.
events of the
weekend
was the tea. '
/forthcoming wedding of Miss Ann
[ at which Mrs.
George Carter was
!Brinkman to Lt. J-g.1 Ervin F. hostess .
Y1: (Hodge, which will take place Saturday tertalning at her home. 550 Ivan-

May 31. at Knowles Mem- hoe Plaza which was attractively

;orial Chapel at 8 pjn. I decorated with masses of Spring
Dr. John W. Branscomb. minister i
4,54J garden flowers In pastel shades.
; of the First Methodist Church. t I The affair was given to''' honor

(will officiate and Dr. Hamilton Miss Mary Ford daughter of Mr.

JHolt will give the Rollins bless- :?I and Mrs. John Ford who Is a
member of this year's graduatingclass
ng3Nuptial at Orlando Senior High
music will.be given by f. School, and the guests Includedher
;D r. Herman Siewert. organist and : yaL classmates.

(Glenn Ingram soloist. ..: I Presiding at the tea table were
Miss Mary Brinkman will be .' Mrs. John Ford and Miss Lorena
(Imald of honor for her sister and :: : k Thomas and others assisting Included
Mrs. B. H. White of,-Dallas. Tex the Misses Ann Eidson..
.3i
]the former Ann ,Pattishall will Joan Hiscock Carolyn Shiver.
matron of )tonor. For brides- Bunny Banks Donna Evans and
-. Ids Miss Brinkman has chosen Nelle Carter. :
Mrs. Albert Hatch of Live Oak. With the honoree were Included
[sister of the bridegroom-elect and the Misses Vera Jarvis Mary Jean
([Miss Jean Yothers. Atwood Betty Garris. Betty Ann
I Best man will be Lt. H-g.1 Rob- Bazemore. Pat Kerr.Margaret Ann
;ert Kinnebrew of the Pensacola Thompson. Nell Troy Kincaid.
Naval Air Station and ushers will Joyce Wetherell. Clara Dornblrer.I .
include Ford B. Rogers Jr.. Carter ... i I Mary Virginia Wolfe Adelaide Me-
Leod. Mary Anne Gray Hazel WI1-
Whitmlre Thomas C. Erb and
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'F; lard. Elizabeth Bethea Mary Be-
(Robert McLeish.
.c yule Thompson. Helen I Coitn.
Immediately following the wedding .> Helen Riley Jane Allen Sharp.
( the bride-elect's parents: Mr. y Patty Michaels, Sydney Allen.
'and Mrs. W. C. Brinkman. are entertaining Shirley Hurlbert. Betty Marie
s'V
; at a reception which Davis Sally'Woodbury. Jean De-
(will be held at the Winter ParkWoman's Loach June Cossin Nelda Wolf ,.
Club. Barbara Rinker. -

t 1; Since the announcement of her Y I Betty Carol Medlock. Betty Ab-
engagement a few weeks ago. Miss v : bott Smith. Elizabeth Allen Suzanne
Brinkman has been honor guestat Wheeler Helen Martin. Vlrr
several social gatherings. Yes- : |I ginia Carter. Janis Wells. Jean
terday morning she was complimented : ''Robinson Marian Lehman. Ann

at a party given by Mrs. I Prather. Marjorie Meckstroth.Ann .
Ford B. Rogers Jr.. who enter- R4 ; Proctor. Betty Jean Brown.
.
tained from 11 am. to 1 p.m. at Peggy Steele Judy Randolph.
'602 Interlachen Ave. Mrs. Rogers ; : .. w "" Beverly Burcham Virginia Cheney.
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was assisted in entertaining by her '''" "' '''' --"-- "" ''''-" -'' -- ;- :. Martha Helen King. Jean Pod-<

mother. Mrs. Lois Everson. MARIE LEE MISS LILLIAN more Mickey Miller Louise and

Included In the guest list were 1---wed in Mt. Dora i plans July T| .JACQUELINE. her betrothal ESTELLE made known.WARREN Judy Davis,Finne June Bussit.Eleanor Cooper. Jean
the
Mmes. W. C. Brinkman. Rob- A. I'
'R' "A' _- ____ Elizabeth Lewis. Rene Beth
ert Neel. Thomas C. Erb. Carter
WhItmire. Andrew J. Floyd Club-- I Bailey Mary Highgate. Patty Roy
LeeVil1celitEllgage111e11t Miss McLeod's RICIIARDS RETURN HOME
Rosalind
Charles Davis. Ed Erdman. Carl' \ Jimmie Nell Fleming Paula Moon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Richards
Kitty Torrance. Nancy Boone.
Miller Reedy Talton.A. J.Thomas
:Jr.. Marshall Mallory' Richard have returned from Traverse City. 1 i Betty Cooper. Nancy Day. Leah
Fletcher Walter Dun Jr.. Richard Bridge TeaThursday To Terry Ross Wed Mich where they were called by i I Bush Betty Land. Eloise Flshback.
Salter Charles Potter. ., the death of Mr. Richards' brother. I Emily Strong Beji Barlow. Ann
En route to Orlando they visited (McKenzie Betsy Burton. Annelle
Also the Mmes. Robert Petrie Announced Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Bonner i
King relatives in Philadelphia East Perry, Barbara and Edith Foster.
|
Phil Igou Jack Bulc Julian My- McLeod announce the engagementand
Greenwich. Rhode Island and Nancy Dunrankin of Winter Park
rick Howard Showalter Jr., Jim Mr. and Mrs. Robert EldridgeLee approaching marriage of their Mr. J. F. Warren of Jacksonville. "'
The Rosalind Club will enter- of and Mrs. Eugene Kelsey 3d}!; T
lalock. Robert Murphy. Valdeen of Mt. Dora
l are announcingthe '
:-Thomas. James N. McElroy Val- tain with its weekly bridge tea engagement and approaching daughter Lillian Frances to Jerry Dr. formerly .. & .,;.... '
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Ross son of the late Mr. Eddie announce the : ;
dens. v
of their" Grace
more Ward. Harry Ward Jr.. Thursday of this week and the marriage daughter
George Klttredge Harold Price following Thursday. May 29. with Marie to Robert William Vincent Ross and the late Mrs. Mary Rock daughter. Jac-
Robert Marshall. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vincent Tinker of Orlando.: James G. King, '
bridge at 3 pjn.. and tea at 4:30:
also Tau
of Mt. Dora.
The Misses June Nicholson.Alice Miss .McLeod attended St. Florida Senator.
Jane Sullivan. Jean Yothers Pauline p.m.Mrs. The bride-elect graduated from James School and Orlando Senior J'I ied and Mrs. King.,
Mt. Dora High School attendedthe
Harrell. Carolyn Collins Margaret Elsie Hatfield Is chairman:
( will take place
1 University of Georgia where High! School. She graduated from Jin
Baugh.
Mary Ann Hitch
Marjo Dukes Fontaine Winston. of the hospitality committee and she became a member of Alpha Sullins College. Bristol. Va.. andIs I First Methodist
Rebecca Thomas. Carolyn Rich. ,other committee members Include Chi Omega Sorority and is now a I! a member of the Spinsters' Co- {early the Rev.minister Robert of

Lillian McLeod. Betty Ann Bal- ,Mrs. A. E. R. Jones vicechairman I student at Stetson University in i .

throp. Shirley Slaughter. Ann I and the Mmes. Robert Tyre. DeLand.Mr.. I I Mary Jarman Nelson will I who was born
Vincent'attended Mt. Dora
.Turner Kitty Henry, Martha Mc- '
:James Bettes. Henry Hall. Laura .. attended the
,
schools and was graduated from Omega.&t.
Cord Katherine Steed. Students in Recital College at
Carpenter. Eugene Athens
Duckworth. High School in '

i Dr. H. B. Webb has returned Charles Bradshaw. Robert Van Ga. During the war he I The second in a series of informal Draughon's Savannah.Bus-Ga
both the European and Athens'j evenings of piano music be I
'to his office from a week's vaca- Tassel. Eugene Reasor and Miss of the Beta S4 xk
Theaters with the Navy. He i will be given at Mary Jarman
tion. Margaret Slemons. I and is at
pres-
a student at Stetson Universityand Nelson Studio Monday at 8 p.m. Bill
a member of Sigma Nu Fra- The Intermediate Class will entertain in the county
ternity. I their parents and friends
' The wedding date has been set with piano solos and ensembles.; graduated Academy from and z I %.
\ for June 3 at the First Methodist 'The class has been studying accompanying Ivey. of Florida.
Church in Mt. Dora. .
and conducting. Part ley. 1 of accountant b''M R
of the program will be given to Rule. judge's office

Miss\ group singing of familiar songs from the Pacific
Baugh with members of the class accom- the U. S. Navy. :
panying and conducting. Parents open | of Kappa Alpha kx

Gives Tea .

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For Miss, Steed Clubs .rppy' ,

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I ___ The home of Mr. and Mrs. Hen- <> I
$ Kv n ry B.'Hall on Country Club Dr. f. .
was the scene of an attractivetea
r.
at, x yesterday afternoon when' I Officers' Club.
Mrs. Hall's niece. Miss Margaret I I Base, and of the )> y '
Baugh. entertained in honor of Club this week
.4AK
Miss Katherine Steed bride-elect. I i
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Miss Baugh was assited by Mrs. : Women' Club Wel-
at 9 p.m. at Red < ,
Hall and the bride-elect's sister r
Dancing elais at y : ; '
Miss Willa Steed. Officers Club. "
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Others present included ,the .. la Main Lounit > ''
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tt Steed; her aunt Mrs. H. E. Corry Club', Club at 1:30: Bridie p.m. p" : I : Is ;

I IJ Miss Alice of Quincy Georgia Steed and and Marian her her Jackel.sister.houseguest.Miss who e .B by Club p.m.a style general at show officer meet-:and i, :.j: ?<;S::f ? \ ;{: .


are here from FSCW for the week dine en the

Jack end: also the Mmes. Carl Miller. I, MeEmber's Orch .. .
Buice. Charles Davis.ThomasErb. I I
Robert Neel. Carter Whit- MISS MARGARET AKERMAN MENARD

J mire. Robert Murphy. Ford Rog- bride-elect of June'28.
pp.44, ers Jr., and the Misses Mary Ann & &
4. Hitch Carolyn Rich.Jean Yothers
Ann Brinkman. Pauline Harrell
'1eua d-Price
Fontaine Winston. Carolyn Collins [ Engagement
and Alice Jane Sullivan. Solmon and
1i Salvador' Solmon

Visitors EntertainedOn this. Chile week and by I Of Interest Throughout StateThe 11

4 : : :4k.'Zp :Nv Trip Through State in Orlando are 1 announcement by Mr. and family to belong to Alpha Delta

.. -,,... of Mrs. Nocholas Mrs. Albert Robert Menard of Pi sorority, the oldest secret society -
Mrs. Ruth Trinyer and her f A -%,r 4 ; : E. Central Ave. :Mount Vernon. N. Y.. formerly of for college women in theworld
daughter-in-law. Miss Thelma "; party for the i Macon.. Ga.. of the engagement of her grandmother. Minnie '\
Braun. arrived here yesterday be held at the Edwards Akerman. having been
? oI. I their daughter Margaret Aker-
from Norfolk. Va., to be the house I Mrs. Charles I man. to Robert Edmunds Price of I;Initiated in 1887 and her motherin
guests of.Mr. and Mrs. D. P.Elselstein. ; Jl Mr. and I i. Bloomfield, N. Jis of interest ; 1912 both at Wesleyan College.
and
I. also to visit the I ; will be to friends throughout Florida. Macon. Ga. For the past year
,._ Misses Ruby Miller and Bernice party honoring Menard has been memberof
'- '-' who : : i I Miss Menard Is the eldest grand- I'I'I Miss a
fr MISS SUSANNAH URIE Holton. are formerly of Nor-I y ;,,' I!daughter of Federal Judge and the staff of the Princeton Uni-

JK sets June wedding date. folk.Saturday Mike Fatula and Tom &.. If! :I', '. u';,' "'< : I I Mrs. Alexander Akerman and has .versity Library in Princeton N. J.
Mr. Price is the son of Mr. and
r Society visited relatives in Orlando a num- I.
& Bonneville. formerly of Ocean II
Mrs. William Evans Price of
r ber of times. She was present at
View. Va.. entertained the MISS JEAN ALBERTA I
Parents Announce group Set the reception which celebrated the Bloomfield N. J. His mother is
Miss Urie'stBetrothal In Tampa and today
visit Silver Springs they will her Salon No. 50th Adding; anniversary of her : the former Charlotte Dyson
and other 'I of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
daughter
of Society of /, grandparents several years ago.
points Interest
in the
\ to H. L. Copps Jr. and Mrs. the Eiselstein did State.the not Mr.accompany -I Donald R. Jones \ :' at Auxiliary the Lake I.Her legal family circles have for been generations.Amos prominentin I and Dyson Mrs.of Luther Eustis. Edmunds The late Priceof Mr.

1, but their group on trip for a din j' Tappan Akerman of Portsmouth Glen Ridge. N. J, were his. pat
f Announcement Is made today]she became a member of the I daughter. Miss Dorothy '
Kappa ernal
Rovira Lei W. H. and Cartersville. Ga.. grandparents.
[by Mr.of and Frostproof Mrs. Raymond Frankrie Alpha Theta sorority. For the I I Eiselstein. was included.. Miss\ Whigham of I and Ena her great grandfather was Attorney Mr. Price attended Massachu-
of the engagement past two years she has been a De : General) of the United Statesin setts Institute of Technology and

of, to their Henry only Lee daughter. Susannah student at Rollins College. Win I Golden WeddingAnniversary Mr. and Mrs. Porter Franklin I is a who will ] the Cabinet of Pres. Ulysses ;i was graduated from Dartmouth,
Copps Jr.. ter Park. ensign in the
Albert Robert Menard College. As an
Petit S. Grant.
Today'Mr. Lee.
ton of Mr. and of Sanford tire lege
Mrs. H. L. Whigham announcing -
Coppsof I Mr. Copps served for four during the
years of officers of Jr., professor of law at Wake Forest United States Navy
{ .The Tampa.wedding will with the U. S. Army during the,I and Mrs. C. W. Rouse will the engagement of their'i is for the coming I I College in North Carolina is I war he served in the Atlantic
take
June '7 at place war. three years of which were !celebrate their 50th wedding anni- daughter. Jean Alberta to Donald fare her brother. Theater. He is now completingwork
[Church of the Orlando.First Presbyterian Complete spent overseas. He participated in i! versary today at ,their home on I Randall Jones son of Mr.and Mrs.. Mr. : Forty Society Is I The bride-elect received an A.B. I for his master's degree in
the African
and Italian '
plans(, will be announced later. campaigns. the Cheney Highway. !o Thomas William Jones also of of the Legion degree in 1946 from Randolph- civil engineering at Princeton
Since his discharge in ),
November. Relatives and friends of the University.The .
The bride-elect attended Florida couple Sanford. The wedding will take I one outstanding Macon Woman's College. Lynch-j;
I 1945. he has been attending Rol are invited to call this afternoon I I I member wedding is planned for June
State College for Women at Tallahassee place the middle of June. enter preven- i,burg. Va., where she was a
ins College, where he is a member when Mr. and Mrs. Rouse sorority. She 28. and will take place in the
her freshman where [ Both Miss Whigham and Mr..!war., to the Am-I of Phi Beta Kappa
"year, of the Sigma Nu fraternity. 1 Ib entertain at ocen'house. j Jones are, natives of Sanford. She, Tau i I Auxiliary.A'. 'was I' the third generation of her Christ: Church. Bronxvllle, N., Y.



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18 fcljr ,fcimtom L rnttnrl-&1ar Orlando, Florida? May 18, 194717tliss James occasion.Mrs. Parish. was a guest for tne I I Poppy Day Colonialtown Women R. S. Brown. Glen Ashmore C.

.. $, C, Kuenz was welcomed Will Meet Monday Seigel and Miss Marie Roehsler.

McLeod\ for l1lld tIDout eJJ1/Jzj 1tMidal Winter ParkCatholic Into the club as a new member. Here Saturday Colonialtown Woman's Club be Board present members at 7.30 are p.m.requested for an im-to

Mrs. Clifford McIntire made a I i will meet at the clubhouse tomorrow -
Club report on the National Council of Saturday. May 24. has been: with the business meeting portant meeting.To .
Complimented Catholic Women's convention selected as Poppy Day by the
starting at 8 prevent
pjn apples from splitting
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CID which she attended May 6 and 7 American Legion Auxiliary Unit 19
in St. Petersburg. Mrs. McIntire Guest speaker will be Mrs. A. H. when baked in the oven,
At Luncheon Meeting' Held is also doing postwar relief work I Entrusted to the auxiliary Smith Jr. !I prick the skins with a fork wbjfc
KITTY HENRY Society Editor for the club.Annual l workers at this time is the privilege !I HostessesiU include the Mmes. the fruit is still raw. V
Park Catholic Women's
By The Winter
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Club held its monthly meet- I
her niece. Miss Betty Ann Bal- IN THIS year's: graduating class at Virginia Intermont men and officers were given and I the welfare of the disabled veterans \ -
throp. entertained yesterday with INCLUDED, l. Va., is Betty Ann Shearouse attractive daughterof ing Thusrday at the home of Mrs. I the club closed for the Summer I their families, and the -' X. 7I
in honor of :C. L. Whiddon with Mrs. F. WAlter months. families of the war dead. .l.ELL --
a betrothal luncheon Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Shearouse of 427 Raehn Ave. She is secretaryof I : : ;
Miss Lillian Frances McLeod. the Baptist Student Union Council.,secretary of the Granddaughters -'I as co-hostess. I The workers also have a vital I Ie i"
whose 'engagement to Jerry Ross MONTHLY SHEARING mission to perform.
They
must
Club and a member of the Student Council Florida Club and Officers for the coming year "l.A
Is formally announced today by Some wool Is produced in eachof assist the community in ?
the ,'were elected with Mrs. Frank Allen paying I ..' ... tl,4; ,
Cauldron Staff at college.
ber parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. retiring the 48 States of the Union with i individual tribute to the war in .. '
McLeod. Betty Ann. whose mother is also a graduate of Virginia Inter- and Mrs. Edward president Higgins presiding as shearing being a year-round prop- I. the purchase of the poppy which .\ .,.,t- *
The living room of the Ford mont will receive her degree June 2 at graduation exercises. I chairman of the nominating com- osition. Sheep are sheared in some I will help brighten the memory Playground Equipment. Tricycles. Bicycles. Scoote7s?
home was decorated with a pro- The only other Central Florida student to graduate this year Is mittee. They are as follows: Mrs. part of the country every month .I of those who died in defense of See-Saws. Juvenile Athletic Equipment. Archery Sets
fusion of white flowers and the Doris Puryear, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Puryear of Groveland.A I I S. Carle Cooling, president; Mrs. of the year. !I the nation's freedom. Lionel and American Flyer Trains and Accessories.
luncheon table was centered with member of the Alpha and Curry Clubs. Doris has done outstandingwork Charles Rupert vice-president;
I
an exquisite arrangement of white in dramatics at Virginia Intermont. She also had the honorof Mrs. Trevor Leutz. recording and DELUXE DRY CLEANINGTry Lay Irouad away iliaD for Xmas now 1a effect Oft aU wheel goods aDd play
lilies and white
calla
carnations
: attaining the Dean's List for this year. corresponding secretary; Mrs. F. I equipment.'a
gladioli. Each guest was presentedwith '-'W. Uu. W. Alter treasurer: Mrs. A. R. Our BERLOU Moth Proofing Guaranteed. Alterations i CLOSEDAIL
a nosegay of flowers holding Davenport publicity.The and Repairs-Water Proofing. Expert Spotting and
a card bearing the names of the } meeting was opened with a Quality Finishing 214 N. Orange DAYWEDNESDAYS

engaged couple. .. prayer by the two members. Mrs. CITY CLEANERS I IVANHOE LAUNDRY Tel. 6663
Assisting at the affair were I
Mark of
McHugh Ill.
Mrs. L. B. McLeod Mrs. Walter '3 Chicago. I 39 W. Colonial Dr.-Ph. 7557 I 1630 N. Orange-Ph. 5591
mother of Father McHugh of St.
Weed. Mrs. L. B. McLeod Jr.. and w _.
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With Miss McLeod other guests t .
Included; the Mmes. Ernest Burke
Frances Egan. Harry N. Dickson j
Julius Stryker. Allison Palmer. .
-Jack Buice J. Louis Lamberton

Robert Marshall. A. J. Thomas Jr.. r :, :'.#* Iii..
Valdeen Thomas. Bette Warren .
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and the Misses Katherine l;. : ._.
Steed. Betty Murchison. Zuliem ..
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1939! Britain was the world's ::" ,: j:."; '. '

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FROM I-- .0' to receive degree. will graduate. I ,
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Foundation to Chimney Top ( y Pw .
: 75 members of the Winter Park social set
ALLARD ICE CO. INC. THAN were
MORE\ ..
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Mnonry Contractors: and Builder entertained on Wednesday at a garden party elab-I } u
Est. 1919 TeL 2-1S9J J. Spencer Voorhees at his home on Victoria Ave. Winter Park. ,
occasion was Mr. Voorhees 89th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. ;; k Y "
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.............._...... Johnson assisted In entertaining and serving of the refreshments. ] t;.
,1. BEDDING : . Another attractive garden party this week was the one at which __
QUALITY Dean and Mrs. Henry M. Edmonds were hosts at their home. 472 : ; ) e vt -
: AT FACTORY PRICES : Henkel Cir.,'Winter Park. Dean and Mrs. Edmonds are leaving soon
: SINCE 1920 : to reside in Birmingham. Ala. and this party was a farewell gesture I 1 "
i Mattresses : tc the Rollins faculty staff and trustees. Receiving the guests at the
Innerspring
: door were Jane Marshall and Clara Adolfs. and others assisting included 9 1
:.. Box Springs : Dean Marion Van Buren Cleveland. Mrs. Wendell C. Stone. I' JEJUJJY1tIA'

: Hollywood Beds : Miss Winifred Gwyn-Jeffreys. and the resident heads of the sorori-
a W. Renovate AD Types ef Bedding ties and fraternities. Dean Edmonds was formerly dean of Knowles
0 Pick.up and Delivery Service All jwhere : Memorial Chapel at Rollins. fi
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SIGNIFICANT HONOR was tendered Mrs. Eleanor Peery re-
: On Sanford the WW'y Underpin Just Soot el e tiring president of the Orlando Business Women's Club. In that I
: Phone Winter Park ISS-W ': she was chosen to preside at the State Breakfrst of the Florida .1

.,...P.-.O._-Bos---1(7._..Orlando_...,.rta.ing ...._e, Federation of the BPWC convention in Tampa this weekend. Also .. 4 .
attending the convention was Mrs. Esther Phillips the newly elected .
president of the Orlando BPWC. Mrs. Phillips has resided in Winter I ,
Park for the past four years, having come here from Indiana where .,>, ;,.. ;-... .
she was also active in club work. I .


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of the Northern States and Canada and will return to Orlando for a '. : { .
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dinner coffee at the latter's home %OJ'J-f \V.. n Y. 4f.,' .
305 E. Miller Ave. Honor guest 't 7 i 'J f .:
will be Jean Turner bride-elect' ;
\'f& of James Coughlin. and a large ". : ... : "l )
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Enjoy Picnic Meetings\ Held Ninth Grade Water, Festival Featuring Little Theater


MeetingT Banquet Held Charm School Students TodayStudents Play PlannedFor


Members of,the Antiquarian At CherokeeIt of the Tropical Charm participate include Miss Elizabeth' I
I
'ciety held its final meeting of School are participating in the an-I, Bethea and John Bethea. who will ThursdayThe
Friday with a picnic was "Circus Night" at the nual Water Festival being held at I
season give ballet
I a performance
on afloat
Orlando Little
Wakulla Springs today and last Theater will
Cherokee Junior High School Fri-
at the home of Mrs. John A. night attended the barbeque and to the accompaniment of present the play.
day evening when the Cherokee 1 i ; Easy Living,
sell. f special guest for the ; Parent-Teachers Assn. entertainedthe barn dance in connection with the orchestra music. Patricia Newcomer Thursday at 8:15 pjn. at the
I casion was Mrs. S. A. ninth grade students with the I show. I i will be featured in an Interpretation Sorosis House under the directionof
Baton Rouge. La. who Is annual ninth grade banquet Scheduled events include an underwater I dance. and Mary Virginia ,
ballet review by 16 girls, I I Wolfe will give a ballet Mrs. William Lewis.
daughter. Mrs Gordon The "Big Tent" idea the theme per-i,
her directed by Newt Perry. Wakulla''formance. ', Mrs. Lewis has had previous experience *
The club welcomed Mrs. : for the evening was carried out in public relations director, and this !: The Misses: Germanic McGlas- in acting and directingwith
Reasor. former Orlandoan decorations and programs. afternoon a contest will be held key and Coleen Baste will compete I a little theater group In Ken
has returned here after ; A receiving line representing ;: to determine the "Underwater'' for the "Underwater Queen" I tucky.
Tampa. faculty members,parents and students Queen." Three major newsreel II'I Miss Betty Jean Wells will have
Others present were the : greeted the guests who were companies will cover the events I title.Mrs.. Charlene Rucnheck. instructor I the feminine lead, and starring
James Burden. Donald then invited into the dining hall as well as representatives from the at the Tropical Charm'' opposite her will be Al Sikes.
Leland T. Daniel. Buford for a turkey dinner. State Publicity Department. I I School accompanied the group to Ralph Connelly. Dorothy Hamm
I
Donald Evans. Marcellus J. and Mr. and Mrs. J B. Ball will
Mrs. J. Rolfe Davis was general Those from Orlando who will the festivals. i
Jr., Walter Rose. L. P. 4 Q chairman and her co-chairmen i : also have important roles.
Gordon Willox. Mrs S. P. were Mrs.A, W. Roberts Mrs. Hol- I I I
will by William McDonald. Class OLD NICK'S METAL
of Baton Rouge, La. Its Ingram and Miss Claire Bum- \ Sandpaper the soles of baby's
officers also took part in the pro- ;, first of
new pair shoes to
Also the Mmes. Blenus keep
I
garner. Mr. and Mrs. Asher Peter Nickel got Its name from "kup-
: and the usual i
honorary i
him from
gram
W. W. Yothers, George were dining room chairmen and I slipping and falling
Young Mitchell. Charles Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Langston and awards were made. i,fernickel" a German term expressing '
Special guests for the eveningwere
Earle McKenney of Winter Mrs.Mary Elsworth in the
were chargeof the members the ; disgust of miners WANTED -
faculty
and Miss Alta Wright.
decorations.
school trustees and members of who, on searching for copper SPECIALTY SALESMANMUST
Following the dinner there was the school board. HAVE CAR
The CANT human COVER voice RANGE Is ,dancing in the gym. directed by I [kupfer] and finding ore that I CALL IN PERSON AT 953

a range of about three and Mr. and Mrs. H. Bascom Melrose' Church Activities seemed to contain it, but didn't ORANGE AVE.. WINTER PARK
and Miss Dorothy Nye Mr. and I From 8 to 830 AM & 430 530 PM
to
half octaves, but the said it was the work of Old Nick. I
Mrs. A. W. Roberts and Mrs. Ber- The schedule of activities at the
dividual can cover less than ner Maynard had charge of the Unity Church, 503 S. Orange Ave, :Later the demon metal came to Florida Appfioiict & Supply Co,
half of the range. II game room and Mr. and Mrs. this week will be as follows: be known.as nickel. j formerly Homo (mutation Co.
Glenn Ingram of the music room. 1 1I I Today 9:45: a.m., Sunday
I The patio was brightly lighted School. 11 a.m. devotional service.
and punch was served during the The Rev. Carolyn H. Parsons will IN LINE WITH
I I evening by Mr. and Mrs. Lamar speak on the topic. Feed My '
of Hutchinson Dr and Mrs. H. T. Sheep; Monday. 10 am. class in THE PRESIDENT'S POLICYTo
if to Clark Andy Dickerson and Miss Lessons in Truth. 8 pin. The brine prices more in line we wish to announce a NKi reduction en all
late Mr. I I Winifred Couldrey.The 'Principles of Healing; Tuesday. merchandise sold by this firm. We guarantee this act not to impair our
latter part of the evening 10 a.m. class. The Twelve Powersof high standards in quality and service in any way Get our new prices on
Ga. INSIDE and OUTSIDE Venetian BUnds. Louvred Awnings and Aluminum
all assembled in the Auditorium Man; Wednesday. 8 p.m, class. PatIO Kitchen: and Deck Fumlturp.ADAMS .
'I i Colonialtown"L return I i I for a program where Thomas Pul- I i I Mysteries of John.
1 1 I sifer acted as "Barker" and Myron There will be a daily prayer VENETIAN BLIND SERVICE
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We announced Barrow was "Ring Master, The
II Class Prophecy was read by Carol ex-cept' Ill! W. Central Orlando Phone !9SJ8-Winter Park 145
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Page 20 &f It| fcrntbag srnttnrl-Btar Orlando, Florida, May 18, 1947 I I If" I. v 1" tl ,"."'' : Girl Graduates Church I Tuesday at 8 pjn at the churctt
{ ,'r League
: for the annual election of officers -

Tichenor and Mrs. O. F. Wilson 'It4tttd I: .
Cathedral at the home of Mrs. Tichenor, 245 Share Party CelebratingBirthday i Otis Lundqulst, rice-president

Whittier Circle: Thursday, 9:40: rA '>' I of the Trinity Congregation will

Schedule am. Intercessions: 10 ajn. The Honors A.I 'be speaker for the evening, his

Holy Communion [United Thank topic being "Science vs. The
.t I1n Mrs. E. O. Kessel and Mrs. Trinity Walther League of the Bible. .
Offering]; 7:30 pjn.. full Cathe
This WeekThe I P. Wilson were co-hostesses yesterday : -,Trinity Lutheran Church will celebrate I
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dral Choir rehearsal [note change .
!I iYe morning when they entertained the :54th birthday of the NOT NEW TO THEM
schedule this week at St. from Wednesday]. I
with a coca cola party in league Friday with a special: pro- Trepanning miracle of modern
Luke's Is as follows: Dally. 7:30: I i i Friday. 3:30: pm. Cub Scouts: WITH JEAN YOTHEU I 'I surgery, is a delicate surgical
their -
w.a honor of daughters Miss gram in the church undercroft at operation
ajn. The Holy Communion [except -! Saturday, 9:30: a.m. Junior aco- [Club Editor] on the brain, yet it was
Thursday at 10 ajnJ: Mon- lytes; 1 pjn. Church School pic- &: I Helen Kessel and Miss Jean Wil- 8 pjn. I common practice among the ancient ,
nlo at Sanlando Springs [leave Prayer Band meeting of the :son. both of whom are members of''! There will be a surprise package : Indians of Peru.
day. 3 pjn various Guild meet- from Cathedral School property Woman's Auxiliary of the First I the graduating class of Orlando'of entertainment and also a special I

tags of the Woman's Auxiliary: 228 E. Central Ave.: 7 to 7:30 pm. Presbyterian Church will be held .. f f', Senior High School. The party moving picture show depict- I
one of the clergy will be in the tomorrow at 3 in the Bible : was ing life before the official
7 p-nu Choir boys rehearsal: 7 pjn. I I held at the Kessel home on Pine- : campus war Open
chapel for spiritual counsel and I School Auditorium with Mrs. t war shots and special scenesof I Monday EveningsWARREN'S
ajn. St. Vincent's Guild of Acolytes I crest StThe
absolution. James H.Turley conducting under i a the veteran returning to a post-
I I I
: following
: 7:30 pm.. Boy Scouts.I Next Sunday at the 11 o'clock i the theme. "Standards and Meas- < : Martha Jeter guests Ann were Sullon present war college campus.
Troop 33.Tuesday. service the formal Admission Service urements." A short business ses- j II Mary Louise Skinner. Juanita1|I Other features of the evening
3 pjn.. Junior Choir I for candidates to St. Vincent's sion will follow the prayer hour Morrison. Betty Saulsberry Dean- will be the installation of new offIcers I E Winter Park Phone 68
rehearsal: Wednesday 10 ajn. St.I Guild of Acolytes in the Cathe- under the direction of Mrs. M. W.; ''w e nie Crowder, Mary Highgate Betty i for both the Senior and the I
Elizabeth's Guild with Mrs. M. 8. dral. Boor president. i Lou Curtis. Dorothy Brooks, June'Junior Walther League short films
000 I Winifred Struble, LouIse'explaining and clarifying activities
Gerding.
Women's Society of Christian w. : I of the league at play, at head- I
Flo Johnson
Evans I
Service of the First Methodist 'quarters, and one 'of the special RADIO
:Mary Page Agatha Loucks, I
Church will hold its monthly meeting Varian I tasks of research and healing of
Zada Loucks. Helms Pat
I tomorrow in Wesley Hall at the white plague undertaken by !
Phyllis Ryan Virginia
'3 pjn. Mrs. D. J. Mason's i Lennon the young people of the church. ; KEPAni: SEKTICKSOUTHERN :
circle will be In charge. Mrs.J. : 4, Carter, Geneva, Jane Tyson Knight, Ella Marjorie'Wimberly Swad- ;! The Trinity Lutheran Laymen's I MUSIC

W. Waesch will give the pro-" mark. Martha Tiller. Helen ,League, co-sponsors of the Luth- i HZ N. Oruf TeL 1(71MINNA j
gram on the theme. "Inter-racial. eran hour on the air, will meet
Spangler, Barbara Swearingen. '
All'ladies of the church are invited -
I
Annie Ruth Hodges Doris West- ,i
ooo over, Margie Keith, Nell McCon-
nell, Jean Nydegger. Pat Martin.
Star Club of Orlando Chapter LEE: of Florida
Jean Ann Spaulding. Margaret
will
131 Order of Eastern Star i \
Brokaw, Florena Kilmore. Betty
meet tomorrow at 8 pjn. at the I
Stewart. Rosalie Batton June Cos.
home of Mrs. Hazel Pfeiffer. 500 :
sin. Bobbie Stephens,Doris Kelsey
E. Livingston Ave.
000 Kathleen Armstrong. Margie ,
arcwM..M'l College Park Baptist Church MISS ELOISE COOK Petty Joan Alberta and Betty u-

circles: will meet tomorrow at 3 bride-elect of Michael B. Ward I Land.
pm. as follows: Circle No. 1. Mrs.
Lula Mae Hawthorne, leader, with ODD BELIEF
Mrs. J. H. Kuphuth. 2406 DePauw S. Orange Ave., to which the pub- Ancient Peruvian Indians be- 441 Park Ave., N.
Or \ St.: Circle: No. 2, Mrs. George Bay- lic is Invited. Miss\ Cook'sEngagement lieved that whenever a trepanning i!' Winter ParkWe
,less leader, with Mrs. A. C. crook 000 I operation was performed a new I _
932 Vassar Ave. Seminole Encampment No. 13, variety of potato would be foundin
;
OOO Independent Order of Odd Fel- that area. More trepanned! Clot at Noon
St. James Catholic Woman's I lows, will be honored by a visit skulls and more different varieties Thursdays
Club will hold its monthly meeting I I from Ford D.Warren,Grand Chief of potatoes have been foundin I
tomorrow at 2 pjn. at the clubhouse j Patriarch, Wednesday at 8 pm. Is Announced Peru than in any other place in : OPEN ALL SUMMER
% at Ridgewood and Cath- at 236 S. Orange Ave. All the world. I
i
\J.y I) cart St. All members who have t patriarchs are requested to be SANFORD-Mr. and Mrs. J. C. i
J needlework garments are asked to present. Cook of 1116 Magnolia Ave., San- The Rome Beauty is a medium' 4T
\ bring them. This is the last I 000Colonlaltown ford, are announcing the engage- tart apple that can be eaten raw, I I!
served in salads, baked or stewed.
meeting of the season and a full Home Demonstration -
attendance Is desired. Club will hold its regular ment of their daughter, Eloise. to I i I II
I'
Michael B. Ward I I II
o o o meeting Wednesday at 1:30 PJU.at son of Mr. I i
Veteran of Foreign Wars: Auxiliary -! the home of Miss Charlotte and Mrs. H. G. Ward of Montgomery i I
to Orange County Post 2093 ,Schwartz and Mrs. Gertrude Jiras Ala.
will hold its regular meeting Tues- 1419 E. Robinson. Home Dem- The bride-elect Is a student at
day at 8 p.m. at the Elks Club. ,onstration on nutrition will be the Seminole High School where DIAPER SERVICEFor ; 5
1ra-r 5U1i
\ All members are requested to given. All members are urgedto she is the drum majorette with P tce s4r1n+4 \
Rtscrvationi .r Immediate D.liv.ryPHONE
be present. attend and to t bring; their favorite the school band. She also attends 2.3357
z ooo I recipes. i the Cogburn School of Dancing.
Executive board of the Wekiwa 000 Mr. Ward graduated from the
Assn. has been postponed from Friendship Club No. 19, Past Of- Lanier High School Montgomery,
this Tuesday to Tuesday May 27.1 fleas of the Moose, has postponed and served in the U. S. Army for I i I J.... Amt 1<1' ff.T
Styled in California at 10 ajn. at the First Baptist its regular meeting almost two years, one year of b"I
,Church. II.Thursday May 29, and will be |II which was spent in Korea He is iib>r filrj* and lUtf* ," 1I 11'"
for playtime everywhere ooo I I held at the home of Mrs. Eva Ivey j now employed at the Gulf Service ()
Orlando Home Demonstration 1!on the Winter Garden Rd. at 2:30 Station here. TOYLAND I N -r .

y byexperts'! in the art of Club will meet at the clubhouse'pjn. I The wedding will take place the r C
Tuesday at 10 am. .' Demon oooFairvilla latter part of this month, and 1 9 CtnltIOV
stration lampshades will be fea- I Needlework Guild will complete plans will be announced. I
outdoor ,living. ButcherWhite f meet at the home of Mrs. James
tured. .A covered dish luncheon: 1 -- ----.j =
'A. Carder Thursday at 3 ,. ,
pjn.
will be served at noon. will meet Friday at 8
with
Weave Linen accented with black 000Eva pjn. _
ooo Miss Virginia
Geeslin, 432 Delaney n..l.
Nokomis Council No. 23, Decree Burke Club will meet Thursday St. All members are urged to Y1tll Arli
\\ $19.95 of Pocahontas will meet Tuesdayat at 2 pm. with Mrs. Louis attend. .
Jacobs, 100 E. Gore Ave. : :
8 p.m. at the Fraternal Bldg. 000 JAHE. :
non I 000Orlando The next meeting of the Aux-
I Excelsior Circle of the Needlework I Rebekah Lodge No. 12 iliary to the Orange County Med !
Guild will meet Tuesday at will hold its regular meeting teal Society will be held May 28
2:30: pjn. with Mrs. Harry Lakin Thursday at 8 pjn. in the Fra- at 11 ajn. in Room 1106 of the Smart Clothes
1954 Harmon Ave.. Winter Park. ternal Bldg. Hotel Anjtebilt. Dr. Leland i
The Shop Smart Women Prefer !
(
000 000 Dame will be the guest speaker. 'HI f I for I
Orlando Girl Scout Leaders 000
Phi Mu alumnae will entertain I
f 131 N. Orange Ave. with its annual party for Rollins Assn. has planned a party for the Navy Mothers Club will meet I ChildrenL
seniors at the home of Mrs. Cecil members of the Girl Scout Council i I i Wednesday at noon for a cover-
Air Conditioned Hook. 722 Lake Formosa Dr. on on Thursday. Council mem- I:'I ed dish luncheon at the home of i 19 W. Washington St. j Miami Beach Fort Lauderdale Coral Gables I

Wednesday at 4 pm. The I bers are invited to come to the I'I Mrs Grady Sheppard, 12 .Kent St. tfcsi ::- fc3 fcr ?i i r 1
Little House at 7:30 .
party will be in the form of a pic- pjn.ooo ; -- -
nic supper and swimming party.
Phi Mu seniors include the Chapter S of PEO will hold its
Misses Patsy FItch Doris Brooks regular business meeting at 2:30
Joan the home of At Last! for Orlando Women Like YOU.
Sherrick Midge Estes. Bet- pjn. Thursday at Busy .
ty Lee Kennagy and Mrs. William [Mrs. C. P. Dickinson. 517 Mag-
oon-- George. A Phi Mu sing will be nolia Ave. at 6:30: pjn. Also .
featured during the afternoon. I Ion Thursday, there will be a B. L-
ooo jL. party and picnic at the American -
Mrs. Minnie Rcgener Grand Instructor I, Legion Hut in Kissimmee.
0RAY'S I of District No. 13. will be I. Mrs. Fred Meason of Winter '
have guest of honor of Mizpah Chapter Park and Mrs. H. A. Lasseter of
190, OES Wednesday at 8 pjn. ata Kissimmee will be hostesses. .. New EASY
meeting to be held at the Mas- [ 000 : !
onic Temple On Friday, there I I Spanish Club Tertulia De Los 9E "iY
will be a benefit card party at the i Amigos a newly organized club
SUCHVALUES home of Mrs. Grace Murrow, 459 'under the auspices of the YMCA

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School MORE NATIVES ents, while only 25 years ago,I'I, When preparing a duck
/
Brides ae Nine out of ten American babies
Breakfast for more than
Giving one-half of them had goose for roosting, place it on :1
now are born to native par-,[at least one foreign-born
parent breast.
Mrs. Robert Neel and her sister.I Carl Miller Jack Buice. Robert For Party
Mrs. Thomas Erb. will be Joint Murphy. Carter Whitmlre. FordB. I
hostesses today at 10:30: am.when Rogers Jr.. Charles Davis. An- The Orlando '
then entertain with a breakfast drew J. Floyd. Edward Erdman, jj5'.y I will hold its n Friday CLOSE OUT OF CHILLUNS WEARChildren's
at the Officers' Club. Orlando Phillip Igou. Felix Fudge. Walter Friday at 1
Donald Dessert. A. J p.m.
Army Air Base Dun Jr.. Kaley Avenue School will
honors will be two of Thomas Jr. Robert Petrie; the Country Club.
Sharing .J- with an ice cream social,
brides- Misses Mary McLin. Jean Yothers. Mrs. Willis
the season's most popular I
elect Miss Katherine Steed and Mary Ann Hitch.Rebecca"!Thomas has announced by a two-hour moving Summer Sandals BOYS SUN SUITS
Brinkman. Betty Ann Balthrop. Alice Jane I show, on Friday at 6:30
Miss Ann
With the honor guests will be Sullivan Pauline Harrell Fon- / for the luncheon at the school according to Were 2.49 to 2.98. The durned things have I J Fine quality sizes 1 to 6. Sun Sonny in
Included their mothers. Mrs. W. taine Winston. Carolyn Collins '4MISS-' i day.Other I Leslie Kllmore, finance holes in the upper so I'm going to close 'em a sun suit. Can't stay much longer.
C.Brinkman and Mrs.W.J.Steed Lillian McLeod. June Nicholson of the Kaley Avenue out at .
and the hostesses' mother. Mrs. Margaret Baugh. Carolyn Rich clude the ; Were $1.10 and $1.98.

George Persons:, also the Mmes.Carpenters' and Willa Steed. HELEN MOORE Goodman, ; $1.49 BOYS Gotta go at. .
ice cream, cakes and
and Mrs. Rosamond playing at Sorosis George Sharp, Asiatic.'r will be served along with cof- Sizes 5 to 12 SEERSUCKERWASH 79 C
M. K. Spicer
chairman: and punch. Those in charge in SUITS
Sands both of whom celebrated & lunchroom will be as follows: !
James Burden Well made, fast color
their birthdays this month. Helen Moore Cadman and L. M. Kilmore and Mrs. D. R. Girls I Size 3 to 8Don't GIRLSWHITE
Has Others present were the Mmes. serving ice cream: Mrs. be a sucker and iron when
Auxiliary Mr.P.B.
M. Hayes. Mrs. Jeff Huppel Cotton Dresses
Burdick. Anna Amice. you can dunk these in Duz. Dry SHORTS'em
Bessie E. Giving Musical table chairman, and pies: Mrs. J. J. Mellow, and wear 'em. Were $250
LuncheonMrs. Edna Fronk Fern Viehman, Mary Cecil Hook; Mrs. ; Mrs. Leslie Turner, punch. Almost as good as feed Vow_S1.9. Cotton gabardine.
Willsey Nellie Rlma, Emma J. terrace table J. Mellow will be in charge of sacks. Were $2.93to Sizes 4 to 10
.W.J.Pettigrew was hostess Knapp. Katherine Mason. O. W. Program HereMiss Harry Baldwin; moving picture show at 7:30 $4.50. Sizes 3 to 12. Children's I Overalls Give her glamer like
Emma Sutherland in the auditorium featuring Sizes 1 to 4 her grammer-were $2.50
members of the Car- Leila Martin.
Thursday to Jones. placecards
Helen Moore, professor of com Boy a stirring story of a $1.39 All kinds of materials.
No. 142. when Jayne Barkley. Eleanor Sale $1.95
Auxiliary Whitfield.
penters piano at the Rollins College Con- dog and his adjustment to Barnum was right
she entertained with a luncheonat Houghton. Emily Hilton. Ada chairman life. Were $1.79
servatory of Music, will be guest
her home. 716 Cordova Court. Houghton. Elizabeth Lotzer. Helen Goodman and social is being sponsored by CHILDREN'S SALE PRICES
artist for the regular Music Day BOYS COTTON
of the association P-TA for the of rais
Pettigrew, Dorothy purpose 69r
The affair was in honor of Mrs. Knapp. Jack
program at Sorosis On Tuesday at meier flower funds for additional equipment POLO SHIRTS
I Monroe, Ireta MikeseU. Nick Ted- WASH PANTS
3 pjn. man with the the school. The public is in- _

BABEE-TENDA deo.Also Miss Moore, who was born in tlnger. John Large Assortment. A danged city slikker White and Khaki colors. Sizes 2 to 10.
attending were Billy and Kansas, showed musical talent at Sharp. GROWING sold us too many. Try some at. Large pockets for angle worms and frogsTheymay
Safety Chair Bobby Barkley. stink but
they won't
an'early age, made her first pub- { Europe and Africa had i 50c fori7ed. hrtnk-they're san-

Ivan R. Brown If you fold sheets and bedding lic appearance at the age of eight Twenty of approximately 100
he said. They were worth $1.19 Now $1.69
carefully when you hang them and played a Grieg Concerto with phants at one persons 300 years ago. To- Up to $2.98
Bittributor various parts of .Africa's population is 156 mil
they won't need ironing. The the local student orchestra when
lAD Hilfcmt( A.... MMM 2J21 for towels. there are only but Europe has Increased to
same goes she 10.
She was graduated from the Uni- African and the 540 million. THESE HERE ITEMS PER SALE ATe

versity of Illinois School of Music I
"Cum Laude" and joined the Pi
", American Legion Auxiliary Kappa Lambda. National Honor- WIVES AND MOTHERS OF DRINKING MEN
Unit No..19 ary Music Society of which she is ALCOHOLISM DONALDSON'SINFANT
Poppy Day Saturday,May 24 now serving as secretary of Xi
Honor the Dead \ Chapter of Rollins College.'She Is hcctafuDy Treoled with 0.. Week of Hospftollzotte
Aid the Disabled ;I Iq also a past president of Xi Chap- WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL AND CHILDREN'S WEAR
Writ for InforaMtioa
ter.The major portion of Miss S 6180 Central Avenue St. Petersburg, Flo. 214 S. ORANGE AVE. PHONE 9288
Moore's American training has .
been under the direction of Olga
Samaroff, Stokowskl and James
Friskin in the Julliard School of .
Music where she held a fellow-
ship for four consecutive years.
She has also studied under Har-
old Bauer and Isidor Philipp and
graduated with honors from the '
Conservatoire Americain in Fon-
tainebleau, France.

i >* her Miss to Moore's the Middle recitals West have, to taken Ha- (I/1IJY/M8X'Z48XQ ( W CANT 1/M/T FOR

f' vana, Cuba, where she has made I
four concert appearances, and in:

(fT l a ll j./ States.all major She cities has also of appeared the Eastern with YOU TO TRY 7H SSPECTACULAR'AMP

; r orchestras in New York City. This 'IN'V :
year she has given three recitalsin W&KE IN
Winter Park, two of which con- ,
sisted of sonatas by Beethoven.Her 1 '
program Tuesday will be
as follows: AAcnunDDV I !'

"antala In C Minor J .
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Sonata Op 57 in f Minor BcetnoTca .
(Sonata Allegro Appasslonata Aual ) BUll NO P.144'ESi

Andante Con Moto
Allegro Ma Non Troppo i +4'r

_n________ Chopin
1* Jfj7k Pagoda Fantaile-Impromtu________?_________ rDebusi -
Sweetheart Waltzes ._---_.___--__ Strauss s
From The Gypsy Baron" _
Guest tickets will be in chargeof +
k e eI Mrs. E. G. Richardson and Mrs. 0
o D. R. Kemper, and-door hostesseswill \., : ,
.
I be Mrs. Fred Tegder and Mrs. < .
Asher Peter.Mrs.W. R. Boone will
The most appreciated Grad- be In charge of the flowers,

uation gift. a fine watch.Man's RI 1, Mrs. E. Harold Johnson, president -
,requests all committee chair- Ririi
7-jewel Winton watch. men to submit their annual reports =' r

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ONLY Il the Woman's Auxiliary of St. NEW'
1 I I1pSii"IP Luke's Cathedral will be made on
$19.95 1 7 Thursday. May 22, when the offering -
a etI will be presented at the
$1.00 weekly 10 o'clock service of Holy Com-
Price Include Uz. munion.
All women of the church as wellas IIflUULFMESA
the various guilds comprisingthe
auxiliary are urged to attend
and to take part in this offering;
which is used for the work of the A
church at home and abroad. '
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Page 22 eljr B>unua rnlinrl-&tar Orlando, Florida, May 18, 1947 The Whitebeaded Boy' Opens i form bride-to-be.of Denis father-in-law and plastered walls and ceilings o! tbeGeoghegan's

living .room. The
j Elinore Bellen, Madge Martin.1 I
Thursday evening at the home of room designed to depict the average -
Chi Omega I Mrs. Silas B. Trumbo on Univer- Mrs. Brown Tea Table Tuesday at Rollins TheaterCurtain i I Mary play Jane the Miles righteously and Fred jealous Taylor middle class Irishman's living

sity Dr. with Mrs. Allan Jones, of "The Middlemas I I.I sisters and brother of the fondled i[ room of the early 20th century,
Whlteheaded Ing Ray as Denis Geo-
1 Alumnae president presiding over the busl- Plans Recital Boy" Rollins Players last Denis. 'has a slightly frayed appearanceto
II nes meeting. I Chatterer tion for the season will go produc-up at ghegan his.mama's. darling or as ,I! Sets, under the direction of Wilbur give it.a "llved-ln" quality.
1 the Irish say it, "whiteheaded Dorsett. are limited to the Costumes will be modern
Plans were discussed for the 8:15: pm. Tuesday for a four night simple-
t Hold Meeting Pan-hellenlc tea to be given June,'Tomorrow run In the Annie Russell Theater.:: boy" Anita Rodenbaeck who last brown wooden-beamed and white- dress characteristic of the Irish. .,.
I 14 at the Orlando Country Club. Mrs. Crawford Brown will pre- ,CYNTHIA Written by Lennox Robinson the Fall turned In a memorable per-' -- -- -- --.

The monthly meeting of the Chi Mrs. Julian Carter Is taking res- sent a group of her music stu- Ever since Drew Pearson predic- I Irish comedy has the added at- formance In "State of the Union"
,Omega Alumnae Club was heldSERVICE ervations. '\ traction'of Howard Bailey as di-
dents In a piano recital at the and does an equally well-done
ted several weeks there'd be a VENETIAN BLINDSSpecial
,, ago .
Two 1 rector.
members from the Rol- "Sorosis House Monday at 7:30 pjn.
characterization In the
lins College chapter. Misses Jan'I and parents, relatives and friendsof biff shake-up. the State Department -: Since coming to Rollins In 1938 role of
j Chambers and Beverly Burkhart the performers are invited to at- we've been waiting for the I theater arts professor Bailey has Mrs. Oeoghegan. In the curtain- For One Week-Stock Blinds
I were visitors at the meeting. Others official word about CHRIS RAVN- directed numerous hits. His latest closing performances of their col-

II I Refrigeration and Radio II present Included Mmes. Trum I tend.The following will appear on DAL. which we knew was In the J have "Included "State" of the I II lege careers seniors Reedy Talton Aluminum 36x64 $5.50 Steel 36x64 $3.50Many
} boo Jones Julian Carter. Robert I Union, "Mark Twain. and the
I Serrlce-Conipetent Personnel I Tolle Fred Mathers. Holly M. ','the program: Donna Eldridge I''' off ing. .. .' Although Chris has melodramatic "Finger of Fate. and Ho Lorenz as serious, sour odd size U both Alumianm and Steel at fttmtly reduced price

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I ,annes Swann Joan Metz. Roberta as director general of soon forgotten.
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Though good acting, of
course daughter contribute to the
I son.The Judy Roberson. Donna con-
WILLARD & KEISER next meeting will be held Davenport announced. That, as you can from student
: Argo. Betty Reed Pat and Faye comes actors includ- flicting force of the play in the
well is terrific
June 11 at the home of Mrs. Ar- Imagine a pretty ,!
i Norge and Phil co Dealer. thur Yergey on Edgewater Dr. All Ausley. Jamie and Betty Lou Jam- Job. for personnel In the State -- -
.. Chi I I erson Patsy Orr Shirley Rae Department numbers 14,500.In .
Vof Theater Block-Colonfalto. Omegas In the vicinity are Invited -
I I to attend. !r Smith. Joan Susky Maria Ann a recent letter to his father j IMiss Millner
iSchunck.I Nancy Lee Brenaman BIE RAVNDAL. Chris wrote that
i Jerry Tanner and Johnny Belitz. :he's looking forward to taking a '
Distinctively DifferentWedding Mrs. W R, Boone Is in chargeof few days off this Summer to comedown Is Bride Of ELECTRIC RANGESAND
decorations and Mrs. Mildred to Orlando for a brief visit.
I Wheeless will assist with other details -I|I.. When he returned from Sweden BarfieldThe
I for the event. Awards for where he served as counselorof Sgt.
i Stationery i.the year's work will be made at legation he was accompaniedby of
marriage Miss Grace
i the close: of the recital. I his wife ALBERTA and
Dorothy Millner.[ daughter of Mr.
; daughter. INQA. Their son I and Mrs. Andrew Millner of
for those who A.
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finish a course at the Universityof .
N. J. to 1st. Sgt. Leonard Wood-
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; P-TA Holds over In mid-Summer he'll make 'Air Base son of Mr. and Mrs. & H NORGE
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The Grand Ave. Parent Teachers flavor with a local angle. at the double-ring ceremony.
Assn. held its final meeting of MLLE. HELENE de FRAGU- Miss Betty Cole of Orlando and i WE ARE
35 E. Pine St. ORLANDO IER. one of MRS. HOMER I Elmira N. Y. was the bride's attendant I i \ ,
Phone 6396 the year Thursday nlg}it at the GAGE'S proteges who is studying She wore a gown"of pink OFFICIAL AUTHORIZED DEALERS | .

school with Mrs. Dale Moore at Rollins,leaves the middle of this laceand, marquisette with matching -
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SALE Dale Moore re-elected president; before leaving Rollins College white organdy fashioned with fit- RADIOS-ALL SIZES
Mrs. A. E. Meadows first vice- to thank PREXY HAMILTON ted bodice with tiny puff sleeves
I HOLT all of the faculty, the and deep 'yoke of white marqui-
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OFF second vice-president; Mrs. R. D. MARIAN WILCOXI housemother:!j I organdy ruffle and a wide ruffle FARNSWORTH ZENITH
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.r 1-3 Cursey. recording secretary; Mrs. at Cloverleaf, and all the students I of organdy trimmed the bottomof I
Only Hall, at Rollins for their kindness add- the bouffant skirt. Her headdress STEWART WARNER CROSLEY
I J. T. corresponding secretary I
ing that "our home here In Paris i\I was a heart-shaped tiara of ,
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t Floor Lamps Mrs. W. A., McCree and Mrs. admonish her daughter "never to I fashioned bouquet of pink and ,
forget the kindness, the white carnations with blue bells FANS
Boudoir I Annie B.Lord were presented with generos-
Lamps ,honorary life memberships. ity of heart the courage and the and lilies of the valley.Best I'
Bridge Lamps' The meeting was closed following eagerness of Americans to do the I man was Sgt.Robert Young .
1 Torchler Lamps I a social hour with Mrs. H. S. : best thing and to understand the of the Orlando Army Air Base and I EMERSON G. E. ROBBINS & MYERS
Russell hospitality chairman: in ,I other person's viewpoint. The ushers were Staff Sgt. William:
f, Nursery Lamps i charge. de Fraguiers are one of the most I Vice and Sgt. Francis K. InaL '
1 'a and others noteworthy families of Paris and I Following the ceremony a reception OFFICIAL MAYTAG WASHER SERVICEIf
many I this sounds like a very succinct I was held at the NonCommissioned -
a :: : Rec Monday NightAt summation of the good-neighbor Officers Club. i
I live in Orlando, Winter Park or surrounding towns, call us to repair
Academy of Music I iJolicy. doesn't It? I Upon their return from a wedding :, you
ALL SALES FINAL I 000 trip to Miami Beach Sgt. your MAYTAG with GENUINE FACTORY PARTS.
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NO REFUNDS :' Joyce Murray Joyce Byerley and I During her visit from California Barfield and his bride will con- :

NO RETURNS:' Louise Homey students of Marion KATIE MRS. JOSEPH tinue on an extended wedding trip i; We believe we have the finest Radio. Refrigeration and Washer Service in
HUdreth will entertain their+I ,
BERNDT has been having a won- through the North where he will i 4
a friends with an evening of music j Central Florida. The who service equipment are engineers.BARTON'S .
derful time seeing all of her old ;attend the Adjutant General's i, men your
Monday at 8 pan at the Orlando!I friends and showing off her ador- >[School at Carlisle Barracks Pa. :
Meal' Gilts for Academy of Music. These studentswill able little daughter DOROTHY;i for an intensified couse In Ad-I
: y play solos duets on one piano JEAN . Friday Katie was )(vanced Army Administration. Fol-
'' Weddings and and two pianos. honor guest when LOUISE PET-I i lowing completion of the course
j ;, The program Is_as follows_, : ERSON had a group over for the couple will return to Orlando 4
Graduation. Polka op 372 NO. S hHd InctlmtnnRoiebud :
cokes. Louise assisted by
was i
llaxurk 011. 338 No. T. IncclmanaJareo
Brerltr8uni __ her mother. MRS. J. W. JOUR-I For traveling the bride wore an Next to Colony Theatre Winter Park Phone 93

HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO GET "t la In the A Mountain Flat ._____n_ M.tsl.rPolanslae Chopin I DAN and KATIE'S mother. MRS. aqua suit with three-tiered pep- j'3 j
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Louise Homey teaches ELIZABETH JACOBS. MILDRED

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PETRIE FRANCES
Something New JOAN DOTTIE MALLORY ,.
FERRAN JACKSON v-sV .3'+' '
NOW ,JANE WARD.EMILY MEIN-
f ; ER. CATHERINE DONNELL. NA-
1 FOR ORLANDO TALIE TURNER, NANCY LEE I
WALKER and PAT SCOTT.o EVERY HOUSE A-Hones '
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MR. and MRS. HAROLD DAR- WIFE: PRAISES' .
CLEANED
T Silent refrigeration Fast cookGREEN'S -
DEN accompanied by CLARA FUEL :
RUGS WITH LIVE DORNBIRER, left Thursday for ing Efficient space heating
Sewanee Tenn. where they'll attend GAS Economical hot water heating.BFanlS .
r :. .: STEAM the graduation festivities at

Sewanee Military Academy. .
Rugs returned, sterile clean with original HAROLD DARDEN JR. and L .

beauty and brilliance. CHARLES LEWIS are both graduating -
f . The latter's parents.
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BARBARA BREWTON, daughterof
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LIZ EASTON was married in New i a.. s _
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,'>*. preparations are the foUowut 1 Orlando, Florida, May 18, 1947 inc t Sun ttJ! &'nttaH-&ter Page 231' ..
G.otiPAtteldizg committees:
Invitations: Mrs. Henry Thomas 1 EXPERT Y f
;I president of the local alumnae Miss Felton WATCH REPAIRING '
group and Mrs. Leland Chubb;
I refreshments and serving: Mrs. E. Specializing in Swiss and Amer-
Phi Mu Party I H. Finlayson Jr.. Mrs. Gordon Becomes Bride 4*? 4 ican Watches. 8 Days Service.

Willox.Miss Mary Adelaide Fariss, ORLANDO JEWELRY
More than one hundred guests I 11 Chubb and
Mrs.
Miss Bert Fariss. I + :
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Of 256 S. Orange Corner Jackson
have been Invited by the Phi Mu .1 Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. Ralph Cpl. HylerThe I
to get-acquainted Holsclaw: supplies: Mrs. G. Kenneth I
Fraternity a I(r Scudder decorations:' Mrs. chapel of the First Meth- I
cola party on Saturday at 4 p.m. 1 1 Dear. Miss Louise Evans. Mrs. I odist Church was the scene of the A
at the Winter Park Woman's Club. I I Chubb, Mrs. Nicholas Moletzak. wedding recently when Miss Sarah .x
The affair is being sponsored by Mrs. Elliott Bryan and Mrs. Rob-I Frances Felton of this city, daughter -
the Winter Park-Orlando Phi Mu I ert R. Johnson: displays: Miss !I Fel-
of Mr. and Mr. Charles
Alumnae Assn.Invitations Louise Weeden, Miss Midge Estes, '
were mailed this Miss Virginia Clark, Mrs. Ralph :, ton of Pineville. Ky.. became the c; !
:week to senior girls from Central i Holsclaw. and Mrs. William j bride of CpL Frank B. Hyler USA. l
Florida high schools and to mem- I George: receiving: Mrs. Thomas i' of Newberry, S. C.. with Dr. John i
bers of Alpha Omega Chapter of. and Miss Joan Waring, president Branscomb, minister of the ;
Phi Mu at Rollins College.. lof the active chapter; guest book: i
Mrs. Lester P. Robinson alum- Mrs H. Strickler.. ,church, performing the ceremony. t h ;/
nae rush chairman has announced I The bride wore a white afternoon "
plans for the party which is under I Mash sweet potatoes and brown I dress of marquisette over .'" "
the general chairmanship of Mrs. them in a baking dish with bits of ,: 'Rxpeclinqa /
satin with a corsage of white car- 4 /If You Paced the Floor
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Arthur T. Dear Jr. Assisting In crisp bacon or salt pork. .
nations. Her accessories were also

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Hyler had as his best man 'l {OTfIEEtS FRIEND an exquisitely: Russ Mattress Company Scientifically designed mattresses to |
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The couple left on a wedding medium In skin lubrication Is of the finest premier steel 1 wire-this eliminates cloth pockets.
SHERWINWILLIAMS trip in the State, the bride travel- ', desired. One condition in which women,
dress with pink p; t t *vtt : for more than 70 years nave used it Is :
ing in a blue sheer an application tor massaging the body This rest assuring mattress made in Orlando sells for $69.50.
trimming. On returning they will during pregnancy.bd.t.helps keep the Box sprints to match of course. See them both today. Other ;
reside at 251 S. Main St., as Cpl. Ii kin oft and .thus avoiding
RESEARCH the Orlando s .w unnecessary discomfort due to dryness innerspring mattresses and box springs as low as $29.50 each. ,
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Mrs. W. C. Fought entertaineda I SANFORD-Mr. and Mrs. JamesW.
I CLASSICAL HILLBILLY large group of ladies of the First I Hughes of Somerset Ky., are
Baptist Church Thursday at the t"---
POPULAR home of her daughter. Mrs. D..G. announcing the engagement of r s.a 5I
Miller on Gore Ave. I their daughter Elizabeth to R.
COOPER'S MUSIC STORE I The Woman's Bible Class, which Charles Whitmire. son of Mrs. E. I br
20 W. Church SL Ph. 4652
was well represented, was con-
M. Whitmire and the late Mr.
:vened separately by Mrs. Walter
Another Kern-Tone first! I I Ward president, for a brief busi- I I Whitmire of Sanford.
A gorgeous new array of "JEFF'S"EST. ness session. A devotional was 11 I Miss Hughes attended Berea Col-
the loveliest colon you'veever b1.JgiV! given by Mrs. J. D. Wood followedby lege in Kentucky and is now with
seen..clean,attractive a special I II ; .1
prayer. *
I her Mrs. John C. Holder, in
aunt
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deeper tones to enhance i committee served dinner to the Maitland.Mr. !
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the beauty of every room. CONTRACTORS MERCHANTS .group. During and after the dinner I I Whitmire is a graduate of I F
You can give your rooms .SEE OUR FIXTURE COLONIAL.TOWNDR. DISPLAYN. I entertainment was providedby Orlando Senior High School, and II I Ale "
the richest handsomest MILLS ST. IN Mrs. Martha Ames, soloist, and as i
during the war served 3 1-2 years ,
finish imaginable-dura- lk mod I Mrs. J. B. Bookhardt. pianist. Mrs. :
ble lastingly I lovrfy.! For 4t, m Luella Hilton read an article deal- : in the U. S. Navy. He is new em- : t. Comfortable long-Wearing
ease of use and sheer Wa It 6nah P. D, NAPIER ing with the veteran missionary ployed in Sanford. t
beauty,you find nothinglike statesman, Moses Nathaniel Mc-1 The wedding will be an eventof
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local lOA Ttl SU9 ray
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I guitar. Among the songs renderedwas family collect his own soiled
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pathetic data which led to the' drawers and closets.
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composition of this
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Air Force PlansCelebration through the darkest days of activated at approximately the
I i is our war with Japa Personnel same time and each assigned to
Wentland. also of Atlanta, home : I composing the group had formerly a different part of the country.
Set missionary secretary for the Hundreds Attend .. >: been known as the China Air
Southeastern region: Elder E. E.Roenfelt ))1. Here Task Force, fighting under Brig. The Southeastern section, com
Gen. Claire L. Chennault who posed of North and South Carolina
associate secretary of I continued as commanding Generalof Tennessee, Mississippi. Alabama -
the General Conference Wash- Rites A I Air Force, the new air force. Georgia and Florida was;O
Maj. Way The 14th of Fly-
Meeting .
Camp ington, D. C, who has recently I Prior to that time, the group had
Fame, Walton. After
: Ing Tiger now located at the assigned to Gen. 'a
returned from service In the i operated as the American Volun-
Orlando Army Air Base, will celebrate :
.
bases within
study of the various
H M. S. Richards, whose voiceis Australian Union and Robert L. I Maj. Walter Delaney Way's con- & : IL\ i the first anniversary of its Tigers.teer Group better known as Flying this territory, OAAB was selectedas

familiar to millions of radio Odom of Nashville, book editor of tributions to his church,his native ::1 reactivation next Saturday, according -I headquarters and the group
to an announcement from I Following V-J Day, the 14th '
the Southern Publishing Co': who was reactivated officially on May
listeners as The Voice of Prophecy, ,city and his nation were recounted
the office of Brig. Gen. L. A. Walton ,
I will leave soon for service in the I was deactivated in December ,21, 1946.
win be at Forest Lake Academy, Philippines.The I I during rites for the late insurance a commanding General. ::, 1945. A few months
near Forest City May 22 through daily program will run from 'broker, a veteran of both World. An Invitation has been extendedto later the Air Defense Command I I Sharp-skinned hawks catch
25. to address the annual Florida I 8 ajn. devotionals in the taber- |Wars, 'yesterday in Fairchild Funeral Lt. Gen. George E. Stratemeyer. : was organized. This command more sparrows than do sparrow
General of
camp meeting of Seventh Day Ad nacle until the evening preaching commanding the Air under Gen. Stratemeyer was hawks.
ventists. With him will be theKings service, which will end promptly The Chapel.chapel service was conduct-I I .I Defense Command and his statf
be for the
Herald Quartet. at 9 p.m.There .. # to present occasion.
I ed by Dr. Marshall C. Dendy. pas-
Richards a lecturer and author, will be departmental tor of the First Presbyterian The highlight of the three- YOU'IN DOUBTABOUT
is coming here from California meetings for youth, children, Church which Maj.Way attended. > day celebration will be the cutting ARE
with his Quarterespecially adults, parents' roundtable discus- I i Dr. Dendy told of Maj. Way's 'X s >i21s.a of the birthday cake Saturday
for sions, medical council and Bible I"long years of church member- evening by Gen. Walton at a WHAT YOU NEED IN A HEARINGAID
this engagement studies. Visitors are invited to the I I ship." of the Bible class he helped 'A dance for officer personnel of ? GOOD HEARING IS OUR BUSINESS.WE .
The services and meetings. I the post and visiting
camp found and !Its Influence for dignitariesto CAN FIT YOU WITH A SMALL LIGHT,
meeting, which Buses will run from the corner s be held at the Officers' Club.
good, of his service in the armed
will be in session of Orange and Court St, Orlandoto I forces and of his contributionsto ">; .t4 4F.R g ir Also on Saturday evening, en- POWERFUL INSTRUMENT OF SUPERIOR
from May 22 the Academy grounds leavingat I his family as "a son husband, ? listed personnel will dance at the TONE QUALITY, ONE OR TWO PIECE.
until May 31 will 7 gan,1 pan. and 7 pan, witha father and brother." i Service Club. They too will have a
bring many other 25-cent fare each way and returning formal cake cutting
I The brief but impressive servicewas ceremony.
speakers to Flor- at 12:30 pan, 6:30: p.m.. attended by several hundred _b, On Friday evening, there will bea COME AND SEE US
ida togetherwith and 9:45: pjn. persons among them Maj. Way's dance for civilian employes of I
lay mem A record-breaking attendance is American Legion comrades who the post at the Officers' Club
bers from the 55 anticipated, particularly over the served as a guard of honor when ? .W The 14th Air Force was Audiphone Co. 415 Fla. Bank Bldg. Ph. 2-3516
Seventh Day Ad- two weekends, meeting officials -
camp his flag-draped casket was carriedout organized in China during the
ventists Churches Richards said.Remove .
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in Among the State.the speakers expected I dead flowers and leaves Two uniformed soldiers, part ', ... .. -. .... I .
of a squard from Orlando Army
I here for the 10-day encampmentwill II from house plants. This not only MAYOR PROCLAIMS NAVAL RESERVE WEEK HERE of in
Air Base, stood at attention at con-
Thank Mr & Mrc your response
be Elder E. F. Hackman of Improves the appearance of the Y oar 0 I d
ran 0
Atlanta.: Southern Union Conference plant, but also reduces the spread either service.At side .of the casket duringthe Comdr. William Conway of the U. S. Naval Reserve, ----1 i 10. signing to us your home furnish.

: president; Elder R. H. I of insects and diseases. I Greenwood the ceives from Mayor William Beardall a proclamation for auction.
Cemetery ings
I of Naval Reserve Week 18-25 Orlando.
Legion's burial service was conducted servance May in
by the Rev. Russell D. Shaw. I I' -- -- -

chaplain of Orlando MemorialPost SOMETHING NEW HAS BEEN ADDEDTHE
NEW 19, American Legion, which First Methodist Church
Maj. Way served as commander In :
M ,)
1926.
THE DEMINGAUCTION
Enttf. Taps were played by Robert E. ME
An Davis, post buglar and at a com E
All Florida RollsClosing
mand from S-Sgt. Joseph S. Pet- Tops
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WAREHOUSE (
erson volley as the the OAAB casket squad was fired lowered a I (6,000 SQ.

into the grave. session of the quarterly conference of the First .
On Its way to the cemetery, Methodist Church, conducted by Dr. Paul Fletcher, district Located at Chicago St. between Princeton and Virginia Dr.
the funeral procession was led superintendent revealed that 310 new members have been

by a the motorcycle Orlando escort Police providedby Depart- added to the roll, bringing the total to 2,800, Dr. John Due to the large attendance at our Church St. auction room and the great

ment, by a city patrol car and Branscomb reported yesterday.Mrs. demand to sell large pieces of furniture for which we lack space, we
by two Florida Highway Patrol ,;. This is the largest enrollmentof happily announce the opening of our newly acquired warehouse which we

cars. John Walker and Mrs.Tessie any Methodist Church in flor- dedicate to the interest of the people of Orlando. .
The old friends of
ORGAN pallbearers Evans, both residing in Canada. ida, he said. The Church School
Maj. Way were H. C. Sander.on.Lewis
S. McCoy Clarence B.i superintendent reported that there I HERE IS A NEW PLAN No trouble no fuss. If have furniture
Brown LeRoy B. Giles. Dr. LouisM. FUNERAL SERVICES: has been an average attendancein you ,
Orr and Frank D. Guernsey. I For Mrs. Amelia Calderone of the school during the past !!I machinery, store fixtures, boats, etc. to sell we will call and pick up your
Maj. Way for many years associated 206 E. Concord Ave., will be held eight months of over 1,000 a Sun-
with his father, former at 9 am Monday in St. James .j wares, display them at the warehouse at your price to be sold at a private

insurance Mayor Samuel firm Yulee of S. Y.Way.Way In and the be Catholic In Greenwood Church.Cemetery.Interment Rosary will- day.During the past 18 months, the sale two days each week Tuesdays and Fridays. If your articles do not sell

= Son 716 Glendonjo died Thursday Dr.. at after his a home long 7:30 services will be conducted at raising church has campaign carried on for a a fund new because your prices are too high we will [at your request] lower them.

illness. He was 50 years old. Funeral: p.m.Home.Sunday in Fairchild age church and school has raised annex over and$125,000.parson- Then, if not sold within 15 days we will put them up at auction to be soldto

Obituaries For Mrs. Sarah Alma Bassett of Dr. Branscomb declared. the highest bidder twice a month. For further information as to how

Services for for Mr. Frank J. 17 W. Steel St.. will be held at 2 The benevolent and missionary this plan works call 2-0156.
I p.m. Monday from Fairchild Funeral report of the church during
il4/to/l'/ffff Webster, 64, who died Saturdayat
; / T HO. his home. 1431 31st St.. will be Home. The Rev. Mitchell R. I the conference year 1946-47 ap ..
f held at 9 ajn. Tuesday in St. Garrett will officiate. Burial will proxlmat616.000.. Our Church St. auction house will continue its Thursday night sales
James Catholic Church. The Rev. be in Woodlawn Memorial Park. I The following items will reveal
Harry Furrier will officiate.Burial the scope of the work being done specializing in diamonds, linens, china, bric-a-brac, antiques, rugs,
Small and will be In Greenwood Cemetery. I For Master Sgt. Robert W. by this church glassware, oil paintings and objects of art. We solicit consignments.R. .
compact as the average Rosary services will be con- Stewart will be held at 10 ajn. Conference work and world service I
piano, produces tones full and rich as those ,n ducted at 7:30: pm. Monday in Monday in Holy Cross Episcopal i $5,400: Florida Methodist SODERO. AUCTIONEER
of t great cathedral organ. Lauded by the Fairchild Funeral Home. Church. Sanford. The Rev. Mark,'Children's Home $4,609: gifts to
Mr. Webster is survived by his I T. Carpenter will officiate. Burial other churches including churches
most demanding musicians for its full scope rand widow Helen J.. and two sisters will be in Evergreen Cemetery.For i in Florida and elsewhere. $8.750;
versatility in the home, auditorium, i' I "I inter-racial gifts. $150: scholarship DEMING AUCTION SALES CO."THERE'S

church or funeral chapel.So easy to play that i: resident Mr. Harry for Wynns 40 Wildwood will-;i fund for students, $520; district .

any pianist can muter its technique. The N ROSEHT' I be held at 2 pjn. Sunday years in I extension'work in the Or-
lando _
area. 2130. ACTION IN AUCTION: ,
single keyboard has a total compass of six AdamsviUe. The Rev. R. H. Carr Social
service $395; for devel- Warehouse Main Office and Showroom
octaves. Tablets and tremolo control 3 will officiate. Burial will be in of
are in the l **e opment youth camp and theo-
placed close to keys,within easy reach. Hereat CLERNERS"* I Adamsville Cemetery.CARD logical dormitory $5,346; African Chicago St., Orlando 733 W. Church St.. 2-0156

last I* the organ you've wished for- AUDITORIUM Or THANKS missionary work. $4,038; Meth.
so _ .
W detlrt to extend thanks and appreciation odist youth work, $416 Cuban
compact-easy to play-true of tone- .: to our friends and for their kind- work $107; gifts to India $195; i -
and I I
\ ties sympathy
during the
: : Illness and
tad unbelievably low in price. ;:, death of ou rdear one Roy: William gifts to Alaskan church $50; Chinese '
Sanders : missionary work, $4312,
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mho sent the .
European relief and missionary
beautiful floral pieces.Mrs.
Prices Start
at
r' Roy: Sanders.Mr. I work. $3.570; and missionary work
A
--lttUII: picture 01IN and Mrs O C Torbtrt through woman's society $3,274.
$1320 / Mr. and Mrs J. B. Moltere.
WATCHI Antoinette Molttre. I I Dr. Branscomb Is closing his I

The shells of the Big Bertha Third year as pastor of the i
ROBINSON I cannon of World War I. at the church and the Rev, Robert
peak of their flight, reached an Blackburn is ending his first I II
MUSIC COMPANY -'Ilxr altitude of 24 miles. I I year as associate pastor. j

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/ hammer and started toward me. Orlando Florida May 18 1947 tt'br S-uitfcart Jrnllnrllar
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I Flowers FreedIn "1 couldn't! tell what he had in ---
Miarnian Heads
1 I his hand and thought it was a elected lieutenant governor. at the (''I J. Edward Langlye sang, accom-
pistol," he continued. "I warned club's luncheon Friday at the La-I, panied at the piano by Walter May la, 1941

Death CaseA him three times not to come doser I mar Coffee_,Shop. Kimble. I I AL SAYS:

UnderwritersH. b but he kept on coming saying
that I would have to kill him or he If jour camellias have not already been sprayed this spring for seal,
yesterday returned would kill me. When he got too M frhBRON this should be don before the weather jets too hot. There are several
Barrett King. Miami, .of the Coroner's Jury close for comfort I shot him. PO kinds of scale which! attack camellias 11. on the under side of the
leaves you find small round brown
: verdict of "justifiable spots with a slightly reddish center
I World Insurance Co.. was unanimously a I Sheriffs deputies testified that (look on the older leaves near the round if you don't find them else-
re-elected president of the $ V : -homicide" in the death of Amos I Flowers was at the house when Mt here), your plants! have Florida red sea*. If you find a film of whitish!

Florida Assn. of Accident and T Leon Crews 29, of Taft on May 3. I they answered the call. The car cottony scale looks substance like tiny your brownish plants oyster undoubtedly shells. The have remedy tea scale.is the same Camellia:for
Health Underwriters yesterday by The Jury found that Crews had was parked about 34 feet from all. Spray with an oil emulsion such n Volck The proportion bone
I. the more than 100 persons attending wounds. the house and the body wag about MBe" part to fifty parts of water or TABLESPOONS\ PER GALLON OF
j the association's annual meetIng met death from gunshot 20 feet from the house. Jump said. WATER. Spray on the under side of the leaves. It is best to spray to
the cooler part of the day and it should not be done when the
here. .t McKinley Flowers, 35, Pine Castle Peace Justice Eugene G. Duck- is over 90 degrees. We carry an kinds of spray materials and temperature will spray
Other officers elected were Rob- testifying in his own behalf, said worth conducted the inquest. PROTECTSYour I for you if you wish.
ert T. LeCron. Miami, of the Mu- that he had shot Crews when the I, : iI *
: We have camellias in metal containers
and Accident ;P ; loved which can be safely planted at
Health ones.
tual Benefit latter approached him with an un- I Optimist Governors this time of year in your garden without risk of loss.
Insurance Co. secretary; S. D. identified object in his hand.A ,
WInn Miami, of theState In- hammer was found under the : Will Meet Tuesday \I -
surance Agency first vicepresident dead man's legs, Deputy Sheriff BETTER
George D. Morrison. St. The beard of governors of the ORLANDO NURSERIES
: testifiedFlowers
George F. Jump, ,
Optimist Club will meet Tuesday best
Petersburg, of the Provident Life said he returned homeon Because the
and Accident Insurance Co. second at 7 p.m. at the home of Pres. W. 851 N. Orange Ave.
the night of May 3 and hearda of materials are
G. A. Crutch- W. Arnold 126 Vassar Ave.
vice-president;
noise In the back of the house. Phone 7817
field.. Jacksonville, of the Professional FULLER WARREN, former outside The meeting was announced by I used and no expense
He said he found Crews Arnold who said also that courtof M ode cad S.r.ic.d 6y
Life Insurance Co., third of the State Legislature -, a LANDSCAPING
member and that the latter refused to talk. is spared CARETAKING LAWN 5 EEPERSLAWN'
vice-president; R. B. Hughes the Armed'|N I honor for Orange district Boy i .
Tallahassee, of the ProfessionalLife officer in .-I told him I'd make him Scouts would be conducted by the in the making MOWERS FERTILIZERS INSECTICIDES
Insurance Co.. fourth vice- Forces during World War' II talk" Flowers declared "And club May 27 at 7 :30 pm. at the PERKINS VAULT CO. ORNAMENTAL PLANTS
president, and W. O. Whitman I and one of the most popular went back into the house and I Grand Ave. School. I and curing.

Orlando, of the American Life Insurance toastmasters in the .State, will got my shotgun. Crews was gone Reports on the recent district I SOLD THROUGH ALL FUNERAL Look lor oar ad each Sunday. A. T. Colth, shorn so many people \
Co.. fifth 'vice-president. when I came out but he droveup I Optimist convention in St. Peters- DIRECTORS ( know as ".u." will comment on current phases of planting and I
be principal speaker tomorrow care of ardent and lawns. /
C. L. Russell, Miami, of the I in a ear a few minutes later burg were given by Arnold and II
Professional Insurance Co.. was evening at Kiwanis _Ladies reached back of the seat for the 'James E. Dieffenwierth, newly I ,

reappointed treasurer. I Night in Winter Park Country I

The noun was welcomed to Orlando Club.

by Mayor William Beardall. .. .
Dr. Duncan T. McEwan spoke .
! against socialized medicine and Youth FellowshipTo : -
,
I discussed co-operation between Present Play I
insurance companies, hospital and .
doctors. PINE CASTLE Children of e

Crutchfield reported on the recent Galilee, a Biblical costume play. :
sales congress held by the will be presented By the Youth .i.
national association In St. Louis. Fellowship at the Methodist :.. ;-: ", :: ::
C. G. Olsen. Miami of the World .. .
Church here today at 7:30: pjn. ;
Insurance Co.. talked on ethics _
I "and effectiveness of advertisingin under direction of Mrs. Collis C.I
the accident, health and hos- Blair. I
field. I ,
pltalization In the cast are Billy Gardiner. .
W. Shands. Deputy "
Thomas
Judson Burdick, Charles Todd, ;".
Commissioner.
Florida Insurance
David Totten Helen Gardiner, ,{xtt
legislation and
spoke on proposed
Shirley Norman. Jackie Yon
present code on insurance prac-
tice. Legislation as It affects the Jackie Wham. Angela Burdick. :
discussedby Fred Floyd Ernest McCorkle E y4'i
insurance Industry was
Ginger 'Wham and Stafford
C. E. Waller Jacksonville, '40
president of the Professional Insurance Singletary. : a rr t
Co.LeCron Adults advisers are: Staging and
t. .1 t
lights Sanford Padgett; costumes.
discussed claim settle- 4 6. :
Mrs. Elliott Totten; music, Mrs. t
ments and adjustments.
Hershell Stuart, and program.
I "Socialized medicine" King declared Miss Mary Shanibarger.Mrs. .
would be an almost perfect Edna Hoffner will enter-
entering wedge towards the tain the Wesley Bible Class of the
communizing of this country gen- church: at a picnic supper at her
OJ .SEN G. FAIRC III.D
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erall-.a step in the direction of home on Lake Conway Tuesdayat
elimination of. Individual enterprise 6:30: pjn.Annie President r
;
the elimination of scientific I Willoughby Circle will t
research and the Incentive for I
meet Thursday noon for luncheonand
progress in medicine and surgery." a business meeting at the I
The association went-on recordas ,
with
parsonage, Mrs. Blair as
favoring a bill by Sen. Taft hostess. t
(R-Ohiol. providing that all of

the Government health activities be consolidated of the U.into S. About half the sounds a human LeROY HOEQUIST MILTON E. BRAY _

a new, Independent national being makes with his voice are Vice President _
Secretary
health agency, to be headed. by an made within'the mouth, the other .I;!
outstanding, physician. half coming from the vocal cords. L
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SOCIETY TO MEET Builders ExchangeTo I Page 26 Gift JSunfoii rnltttfl-&tar Orlando, Florida, May 18, 1947 JayCees To Hold 1 chair. Reservations may be made
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The Orange County Philatelic
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by telephone or personal call at
Orlando Hear AndrewsAtty. .
Stamp Society Club.formerly will meet the tomorrowat j : : : : : ,:. S.' "S ':\:' Annual CoronationBall the JayCee office.

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Charles O. Andrews Jr. IS"
7:30 p.m. as guests of Mrs. : : : : ...':':': 'Yf"'w': ( Music will be supplied by
Avis Alexander at her home. 527. !! will speak on Florida Mechanics ;: ::. :: :; ;;:; .:. on May 28 Billy Arnold and his band and

Broadway. Lien Law at the monthly meetingof dancing will be from 9 p.m to

I the Central Florida Builders' S ..\\ : ,, Twentieth annual coronation 1 a.m. J|
II ball of the Orlando Junior I
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New York VacationAllExpense the Chamber of Commerce Bldg. tLL of Commerce will be held at
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"His address should be of in. the Coliseum Wednesday night.
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Tours terest to all contractors. subcontractors ; ., "....(>,<<. May 28. it was announced yesterday Cliff
Cashion, retiring dignitaries.
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$142.50 FROMORLANDO William A. McCree Jr., president, Admission is by invitation only men and formal for ladies.
for members and guests and table
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One Day in WashingtonSix ernment's gram. vocational training pro- '), CHEERI-HO BEACH COTTAGES

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Detailed Itinerary the membership for approval. zr Sarasota, Florida
Frank C. Ault is chairman. -:2 -

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I Co's.. new four-passenger Beechcraft airplane here Friday tO| Fire and Casualty Co.; Larson; G. S. Bradshaw, vice.presi.1

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Brethren Church To Hold the trip. 5 WEEKS SUMMER TOURJune

9 to July 13

Plan NOW to spend jour vacation 5' r-:, \.. S Arranged and Sponsored by
World Conference HereUpwards
in Florida's coolest,most l1 : >I __-' FLORIDA SOUTHERN COLLEGEfor
picturesque; resort!
it Adults of All Ages-includes
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bathing la tansy waters... excellent Bretheren will gather in Orlando and Winter Park June \ !: -_ : !Overnight stop at famous Chiclen-ltza
FULL PRICE
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at moderate rates. S Bower of Winter Park, formerly moderator of the Florida- S Travel within Guatemala from coast to I

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booklet. Headquarters will be in Ange- I I Unique educational program with study

S I bUt Hotel with conference sessions !Nancy Martin: historian Mrs. The SDERiTOff\ PLAZA in Spanish, art, botany, and history. including tax '
Educational credit
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Chamber of Commerce! S being held in the Orlando Munici- Sanford Padgett.
"I I Directly on the world's most famous beach invigorating
Mrs. Pearl Mauk presented
Building "D"St pal Auditorium. Sectional meetings a reservations and information call or write
ocean breezes, the best all climate for
with displays on children'sluork musical program by her pupils. year
Augustine. Florida Bonnie Carol Jordan. played a sports and recreation. New swimming pool and
\ will be held at the Bowling I I piano solo. Violin solos by Roger cabanas Special Summer Rates. Write or wire for APGAR TRAVEL AGENCYBooking I
Club Hall; the youth groups will Totten. David Totten. and Pace reservations.
b I Agent in Miami
0 I I meet at the Shuffleboard Club; Jordan, were heard. Violin duet John E. Leonard Gen. Mgr. 225 Seybold Bldg Miami Fla.
discussions of the men's work will was given by Pace Jordan nad
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be held at the Visitors Club while Roger Totten. and a piano solo ONE OF THE 27 SHERATON HOTELS ;
by Susan Mauk. I i1
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Assn. was held Thursday night
vacation of them all! l in the school auditorium. Mrs.

Surf bathing shore din- Weldon Curry presided. ;

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man gave a report on supervised .
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:: This modern classroom building) the gift of the people of Orlando to the Rollins College Victory 4 I III



Expansion Program to help the College take care of the post-war increased student enrollment, will ..;. :I:

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Acceptance Contrition tf Florid <.nI.... R. I. Farm and Horn Machinery. CompanyFawsett. Koran. RoyHosteller. Mangel. Stores Ine. Phillipa. Wellborn C. Stlmpien-Stitot. !
Akerman. DIM Akerman Carter Mrs. Eleanor Sheets! Mrs C. P. Jr. Dallas L. Mini,,.. J. D. Pihos. William Stoke Monument Company ,:
Aleck Vlri. Norm Castor. Mr. G. Louis Fidelity' Storage and WarehouseFidelity Howard Fertilizer Company Marks. Louis T. A E W. Pinion. J, P. Striplings U. B. Tire Store I
AUltd Welding oil Manufacturing company C..trall'lorld Lumber Ac Supply Company Title Guaranty Company Howard Robert MoO Jr. Martin. Mr*. Leo Pittman Builder Supply Company Stroud Recall Drug Store : "
Allison. Ur P. A. Central Paper Company First National Bank HowelL Dr. J. C. Maiek. Mr. and Mn. John Pittsburgh Products Agency Sunny South Trailer Park I II
I American Baaerte Central Theatres, Inc. First Unitarian Church Hrvol Mla Anna X. Mathers. Dr. Fred PI'board Indugtrleg. Ine Swalstead. Hart
American Benefit Co. Central Title ft Trust Co. Plshback." D. E. & Sons Hub. TheHubbard Mai BarMengf Pool Mrs Arthur L.. Jr. Swift A Company
American Pin and Casualty Company Chandler's Boot Shop Flshback. Smith *; WUliami Frank K *. Walter Potter. Loucks ft Bower 8oce. Francis
American Fruit I OroweraAmerican Chase Bar Company Flamingo Club Hurkel. Haldane J. Metcalf, H W. Powers. Charles P Taylor' Package Stor
: Machinery Corporation Cheney. Mist Barbara Florida Business Equipment Company Hudson Miss Hattl Meyer C. A. Price Mrs Herman Tegder. J. Carl : I
American Rue and Linoleum Company Cheney, D. A. Florida: Bank at Orlando Hudson. Mrs Miller Mr*. Alleen Weiss Pyle. Dr. Frank J.Raraerg. Tegder. Mr. and Mr*. 0.Ahiebill ,
Hotel Chick, George Florida OU Company Hunt. Mist :maML Miller.: Dr Gerard M Delmer J.: Thomaa. Mrs. Arthur red I I
Armour Company City Cab .Company Florida: State Theatres, Ine. Hutchln Victor Miller Machine Company Rand. Miss Anna ARand. Thomas. A. J. t
Ariteln. Bn and Sam. Clark. A. P. Florida Utllltlea Corp.Flynt. Huttlg. Mr. ft Mr*. John N. Miller's : Miss Elisabeth R. Thomas A Howard Company I ,!
AMUlto Leonard If.Atklna Clark Mr|. Burn A. Mrs Hubert 8. Ingram. Dr. H. C. Mllllsan. Mrs. James R. er. J. T. Thomson ft; McKlnnon I
Bros. Nursery Cloud. H. R. Ford Dr. J. A. ; Ingram it Ingram Moats. Herschel Ray Jewelry CompanyRarbun. Thompson. Mr*. Hop Salisbury ,I II
Atlantic Company Cobb Tic Fort Oatlln Hotel Irwin J. E. Morgan Bros. Mra. Eva M. Tledtke. JohnTooleyMyron
Ault Roofing Heating Company Coffey. R. C. Pots. W. A. Jackson. Carl J. Morrell. Mrs P. C. Rice. Trew and Rite C*. Studio
Avalon Homo Furnishing Company Cotfman. Mr. *; Mri Leroy B. Foster. Mr. M. BFreundllch. Jane. A. A. Morris Walter N. Rlcker. Dr. Sam P. Torrenee. Mr. and Mri. Harold r.
Baker Ur. and Mr*. N. Addison Coffman. R. G., Company Mrs. Dora Tllden Johnson Electric Company Morrison's Cafeteria Riddle. Miss Shirley Tremor Cafeteria
Baldwin H. A. Collins. Dr. C. t. w Fruit Basket' Johnson Mr. and Mr*, George W. Morrow Nut House Robertson Supply Company Tucker and Branham
Barker. George A. Colonial S tf; 10 Store Pulford Van and Storage Company Johnson Mrs. Grace Phillip Moses Pharmacy Robinson. Mrs B. M. Turner. Leslie
Barkley Motor Condlct. Harold V. Gahr. Lloyd Johnion Men' Shop Moss. M. J.. Jr. Rogers. Mrg. Ann EversOBRos : Tu thill's
Barr. Oeorit T. Philip X. Oeeslln. Louis Johnston. OI. George C. Moateller. J. W.Natural Caretakers Association. Ine.Rose. Tyre. Robert M.
Bata Walter C. Cone. H. C. Genius. Richard Kazarostan. K. Senator and Mrs. Walter Vail. Kenneth P.
Batted Mrs. T. B.Beacham Cook. Dr. Myron P. George. F. C.Gertner. Keller., 1.I'M.. Jr. Gas Appliance. Co. Rath. H N ,.p'rC. DVarner.
Mr. E. R. New Mrs Nancy E Rush. Mrs T. Cray .
l and Meg BraitonVeardall. Coi-ONeal Furniture Co Kendrlck. E: L. D. Company
Wllllim Crane. Mr. and Mrs. Royston Olbeault.: : Mr. and Mrs. J.Glbeault. Kipp. Mrs. Fannie B.Kirk. Newell. Arthur W. Russ C. A Viuihan CompanyWalker.
Bert Cecil D. Crebs.: Frank 8. Claire : Or A. C. Newman Horace Rutland. Jnnepli; P. ,: RichardBell
I Bakerlei. Ine.Benclnl. Curtis k O'Neat Co. Gibson. Hamilton t tOUford. Klsssm Builders Supply Company 0'B.r. A Hall CompanyO Sampson Mia Florence W. Ward. U H
Mn. Ruth InrlgM Daniel. Frances Gordon .. Klttredse. George H.. 8r. HarraMooreOliver.. San Juan Billiard Hall Ward Mrs R. O.
Benevolent Pretective Order of Elks Daniel. Dr. Leland T. Giles, James L. ,'I I Knauer. Mr. and Mr. William J. Mrs. r.cII. San Juan Pharmacy War G. O.
Bennett John L, flr.Berter. Darnold. Doyle H. Giles: LeRoy B. Knox StoresKurni. O Neal-Branch M.'J'.n Sanlando Sprints Tropical Park Watson. Mr W. W.
I PhUBernstein. Datson Dairies Ine.Dauiherty 0111. W. C.GUddcn B. C. O'Neal. Miss Schnnck, Mr. and Mr*. David Way. Mr*. Delaney
Dr. Clarence HA.. Company Company Lampman. Mrg Easel FlanaganLandri. Oranse Belt Truck A Tractor Co.Orange &h.ob Company ol Florida Weed Dr. Walter A.
Blchard. Dr. P. M. Darey Tree Expert Company Grand Avenue School Carl K. Buick CompanyOrange Scott J. MaxwellScott Weeden. Louis ,
Blrkenwald. 8. A. Davis W. M.. Jr.Davlion. Oraveley, R. L.. Construction Company Langston. Mr and Mrs .C. H. Slate Oil Company Mlllwork Company Weeden. Walter : !
BOfue. Mrs. A. R. Mr A Mrs C. W. Great Southern. Trucking Company Lawrence. William H. Orlando Dally Newspapers. Inc. Sears. Roebuck A CompanySeavey West. Mrs. Calvin A. ',
I Boon. Mrs. W. R. Dawklna. Mrs Ollvo Dlckson Greater Orlando Chamber of Commerce Lawton O. W. Orkin Exterminating CompanyOrlando Norman X.Sernn. West Central Plumbing Heating & '
Borden'f Poinsettia Dalrj Day. Dr. H. A. Green Tree Grill Lav ton. Chapman Fletcher Motors Nick Gag Company '"
I Borllnc. Mrs. B. J. DeRonde. Abram Orundler. Prank O. C. Orlando Fruit and Produce Company Shoe Box Whistling Oyster Gift Shop
I Bowatead. O. W. Des Parlor Bros. Guernsey 8. Kendrick LeednMr.. and Mrs Barry P. Orlando Puel Oil Company Bias. DPSimmons. Whit* Prescription Apothecary
Bradahaw. George .. 1 Diana Stores Ourney. J. Thomas Lewis. Mrs. ear.h'Hue, Orlando Office Supply Company Lamer White. Dr. Roland T
Brass. Drone r. Dickinson. Mrs. C. P. Hack. Mrs George Lewter. Mlu Jewel Orlando Plumbing and Heating Company Sims. William L.. IISlater. Whltfleld. Wright ft: Whitfield \\1''
Brewton. K. 1. Dlckson-Ives Beauty Shop Pestle Hale Ine.Halner Lila May Shops Orlando Transit CompanyOrlando Frances, Shop Whitman. Dr and Mrs A. B. ,
Brld.... Mr. AI CompanyDleffenwlerth. Miss Emma L. Llndorff. Mrs Theodora J. Typewriter Exchange: Sllsh. 8. J. Wllcox. Walter JIne.. I IBriakm.a.
Ann .Dickson-toes James C.Dlttrlch. Haley, Mrs. Edward E. Lett. Dr L. L Orlando Walk-Over Boot Shop Smith. 8. JSmyth Williams. Blenus
Brinkman. W. C. Robert E. Hal Carl C. Lyons E. J. Orr. Dr, Louis M. .tic Mr*.> ; Lumber Company Williams. C. Champ
Brltta Dixie Kuhr emlraDollv Hamer William M ,.'. Restaurant Parr. Mrs Julian F. 8oper. Mr.. France Montgomery Wllliama. Mrs Clyde
Bryan. Mr. Mrs. EUlo'o *. Jenkins Hand. Mr. and Mrg. Carey MrErElroye Pharmacy Packard Auto Company Rorosl Club William Marti J.
Bumby Bdwe. Company Doriey. H. WarfleMDuckworth. Nand Carey Puneral Home McEwan. Dr. Duncan Packer Corp. South Atlantic Gas Company Wilson. Damarls
Bumby. Mr it: Mrs J. F. Mr. and Mrs. ManleyDuTsl Harmon. Mill Edna Pearl McGarlty, W. D. P.... Dr. OradyPalm Southern Bell Tel. A Tel. Co. Inc. Wolf Claude .
Burcb.., Bradley Jewelry\ Company Harria. Mr. 8. B. McGlinchy. Miss Rosemary Trailer Park Southern Company. Inc. Woodfill. Jean (UU) ,I',
Burden, James Ebsen. C. L. Harry a Restaurant McLendon. Dr .H. B. Park. J. C. Southern Dairies. Inc. Woodruff. Mra Ruth Rex i.Burk. i.I
.'* Tropical Paint Company Eldson. Geort Hat BoiHealer. McMalns. Dr. Harrison Parrlsh Hardware Co. Southern Fruit Distributors. Ine.Southern Woods Fuel Oil Company '
Burkhard. Jacob Emerson. Mrs. Roswell D. H. C. E. McNutt-Heasley' Pearce g Dining Room Btateg Iron Rooflni Company E-Cel Feed Store. In. ... I'I
Barman L N. Emrlch's Orlando Pharmacy Ine.Eutngton. Heun. R. B. Magruder, C. C. Dr. Pepper Bottling Company Southland Restaurant Yaroa. Andrew '. .' I
Burton. IB. 'j Mrs W. C. H.lat7lIm.n'*. Inc. Magulre. Voorhla and Well p.rson.. Mrs. Robert Spohn. George H. Young. Mr. George. C. '
Calkins. W. B. Estes. Mr. and Mri. T. W. Hlatu Mrs. Edgar P.Holler Major. J. M. Phelps. Capt John J. 8teln .ns. Charlotte (Mild) Yowell-Drew-Ivey Company
Cannon Bho store Evans. D. Gordon Chevrolet Company Mallett. Mr. Blanch W. Phelps. Mars Rot Stern Yo.el. N. P. ..
Carr. Robert /, Family Loan Company HolftClAW. Mi*. lUlpn | Mallori, Dr. Mereolti PhlUip Oliver V. 8t Stewart.ward-Mellon O.I l Conrad:, company Zorlan. 1:. H.

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A Statement. AN INVITATION

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jl'I'I',I' I Rollins desperately needs more classrooms. The donors and the general public are Invited to attend a special Ground Breaking This page is available through the courtesy '
Of the more than 200 day students the majority -

I I of the Greater Orlando Chamber of Commerce '
Orlando and who share
':! are boys girls Ceremony to be held Saturday morning, May 24, at 1 10:40 o'clock.I A parade will move ,

I'I,; I ii, this need and will benefit the most. Rollins and Mr. Martin Andersen. Members '' :'
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t yi,! affords our young people a higher education from the City Hall in Orlando. promptly( at 10:00: o'clock proceeding up Orange Avenue of the Chamber of Commerce have i I','
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join this motorcade to the Rollins Campus where. I'
; II' and investing not only in brick and mortar" campaign for ORLANDO HALL could not I ,

I'r j!, but also in the very lives of our youth. President Hamilton Holt will L'
illl,I preside over the exercises signalizing the beginning of have been activated or carried through. .

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II' : $$10,000.00 will be required for furniture and ''Rollins College Victory Expansion Program which characterizes our citizenship to '

11':1 equipment. As this is an all-Orlando project f i
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I further contributions are solicited to finish ;' whom ORLANDO HALL will be a lastingthe

:! job in >time for the opening of college '"' Orlando Hall Committee a!O:: monument of both utility and beauty dedi:1::1'

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Coming Events

May 20()-Orange County Bankers Conservation Meeting. Orlando.. Makes !il By DICK COOPER A
:May 28-29-Annual Meeting Florida Seedsmen's Assn., Sanford. Cabbage Orange County Leads [The Sunday Sentinel-Star Agricultural Editor]

:June 10-Annual Meeting, Growers Shippers League, Orlando. ONE OF THE most encouraging instances of action on
June 16-18 Annual Convention. Florida Vegetable Committee. acute water control and soil conservationneeds

Orlando. *. One Day Spurt II was the meeting the other day in Volusia Countyof

June 18-Florida Watermelon Festival. Leesburg. Acreage more than a score of Soil Conservation District Super-
19 Chicken of Tomorrow Contest. Jacksonville. In Amaryllis
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July 9-11-Florida Dairy Industry Assru Coventon Miami Beach. B MAYME HODGKINOur
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July 19-Brahman Cattle Sale, Arcadia. [ Own Stoff Correspondent] -
wealth headed bv A. H. Reppard of Orlando, were guests of theVolusia
Aug. 25-29-Citrus Growers Institute Camp McQuarrie. i SANFORD-Cabbage last weekin "Seventeen years ago hardly Between John Masek.prominent lis. although they grow best on I District neaded by Mayor Leo Fugle of DeLand in inspectingand
Sept. 1-6-Annual Poultry Institute, Camp McQuarrie. a "king for a day" Jump anyone knew what an amaryllls Apopka fern grower, and Sangster light soil such as "Orlando" said.
Sept. 18-20-Sumter County Breeders Show and Rodeo Webster.Oct. brought quite a bit of excitemetntand was-and today we can't supplythe the two control almost the entire I The Sangsters' grow the "Dr. conferring on group and individual projects underway in Volusia
= quite a tidy profit to many of Mead strain" developed at which is taking'the lead in conservation work. "All of our business
the State.
19-Second Florida Aberdeen Angus Show and Sale Ocala.' demand. asserted B. M. output Oviedo
Oct. 28-30-Annual Meeting Florida State Horticultural Society, sellers when It soared to $6 per Sangster of Rt. 5, Orlando In In addition to the Orange COun- and grown commercially since the and industrial growth depends upon the preservation and expansionof
EL Petersburg. 50-pound bag after several months summing up the growth of hybrid' ty acreage some bulbs are grown early 30s.Before. our agricultural wealth\ declared Reppard at the noon picnic .
bringing $1 and less. amaryllis bulb production into a around Tampa and Fort Myers. the war a national I held at DeLeon Springs. where the supervisors were guests of the
However the Increase lasted only $125.000 industry. "Amaryllis bulbs prefer the same amaryllis show was held annually two DeLand banks, the Barnett National Bank and the State Bank.
one day and is now running evenly -Sixty-five per cent of the type of soil which grows good In Orlando. *

Farm Bureau Names I . .... . ..w,.,.._ State's amaryllis production ofapproximately oranges-and the citrus belt Is the "There aren't many large Plant-I WHEN WE STARTID; our Seville and Pierson water control pro-
: three million amaryllls belt." Sangster said. ingS of amaryllis because *f'
projects, there were many who told us It wouldn't work-but It
Head of FloridaPeanut bulbs annually is in the Orlando In fact. Sangster, who operatesa them are grown as sidelines by retired "
I is working and now all those folks want to join in. asserted MayorFugle.
area, the veteran grower citrus nursery also, makes a folks he added. I
: .ca . the of all interested
Committee : added. practice of planting amaryllis One grower A. A. Dobbs of I He praised co-operation parties: thelandowners
y the bankers, the county officials the Extension Serv-
Sangster himself grows more bulbs among young orange trees Orlando grossed $4.400 annually -
., Walter B. Anderson of Greenwood f' i yZs than a million bulbs annually on for the first three years after the on 1% acres but the average ice and the U. S. Conservation Service. And as Colin Gunn
a,. has been named head of the the 40 acres which he cultivates. grove Is set out. is $1,500 per acre, S&ngster asI I State Conservation Director, said: "We've seen pastures and cover
Florida Farm Bureau State Pea- SSv a This was Increased from 750.000 While we are waiting for the serted. crops grown where folks said they eouldn't be crown-and there will
nut Committee. Pres. Doug Igou ) grown and shipped last season. grove to get up in size, we can "Growing amaryllis is not some- be water control and soil conservation where folks said there
of Eustis reported. "No one has any idea where the make some profits from our bulb thing to be started overnight." he couldn't be."
..
Anderson has called upon his .1F' saturation point -our big problem production. he explained. added. *

$17.50 committeemen to determine the a is just in satisfying a cons- There are from 10 to 15 small One man can cultivate approxi- IN LAKE County, the bankers are so pleased over the results
group's policy on aiding the Na- tantly growing demand." he said. growers in the same vicinity asSangster mately four acres. OVER
Delivered Here tional Peanut Council's research The Orlandoan said Florida 's plantings, most of Sangster said it takes three their soil conservation conference that they are thinking about

The heavy duty cutting unit program. dominates the amaryllis production them ranging up to five acres. years to grow bulbs from seeds I having another. Orange County bankers are next on May 20.
with Tlmken roller bearings Serving with Anderson are Tom with more than 80 per cent Total Orange County acreage is but an annual crop may be pro- and Brevard and Volusia are expected to follow. Schools and civic
and % Inch shaft, hub. and Bell of Branford. O. L. Page of 4 of the bulbs grown in the'United approximately 150 acres. duced after that. clubs also are joining in to stress the urgent need for water and soil
cutting blade ready to InstalL Lake City, H. T. Howell of 'raam States coming from this State. Cold doesn't affect the amaryl- Because the amaryllis is a pure' control. It's a voluntary recognition that Florida' wealth is in
|Jf 7 WAV Bt- 1 Box: 39O'Brien.. J. W. Rackley of Altha. hybrid' some constantly must be the soil and to preserve the State's future wealth it must preserve
nU-tf Al Orlando Fla M. F. Mixon: of CampbeUtown andL. .- grown from seed. the soil.
j N. Findley of Milton.GROWERS. Colors range from the deepestred I *
H. J. LEHMAN
1 Commander Raps Ad to pure white the grower added 'TIIUSIASTIC OVER TilE prospects of sub-tropical fruit rrowJt
., reports on crops.at I
Bulbs in *-' Ing in Central Florida, one party Is considering putting in five
are grown I
ATTENTION $3 per bag. Mgr. H. J. Lehmanof fields with the marketing open sea- acres of avocados around Lake Fairview despite warnings of cold

the Sanford State Farmer's Information son from September to March. periL. Florida Farm Bureau proponents of tax refunds to farm-
Market said. Money Only bulbs are sold mostly to era on non-highway use of tractor gasoline point out that diversionof
We have in stock 16 gauge 20 foot lengths Sweet corn has been on the mar- chain stores, seed houses and farmers from non-taxable fuel oil to gasoline use would Increase
ket for the week in small
lock joint irrigation pipe, 4.inch and 6 inch quantities but past a shippers survey By JACK GURNETT florists, who retail them as pot this source of road money from $42,000 at present to an expected
fOur Own Staff Correspondent] plants. $280.000 instead of $28,000 as reported. They would refund
shows that it will begin in rail
sizes with 1" outlets. HAVEN-Fiery Charlie Commander, major "There isn't any market yet for five of the seven cents to farmers netting two cents to the State
shipments on Monday. WINTER the flowers alone, but it could be
in line with legislation adopted In 41 States.
The first shipment to go out of of the Florida Citrus Exchange, got downright I developed in the future Sangstersaid.
Sanford was brought in by W. A. critical at a meeting of the Florida Citrus Commission the *
OCALA TRUCK 8 TRACTOR CO. Fitts from his Celery Avenue farm. COUNTY AGENT FRED BAETZMAN Is an ardent booster of Orange
other day-he wanted to know why he was not furnished "We have no serious diseases
This season's yields will be light after the amaryllis get out of the agriculture In all phases. His Interests range from
direct correct information when he asked just how much
Ocala, Florida Phone 187 BlueWATE because of adverse weather con- ,the commission had available seedbed. Our only trouble is with I assisting growers of amaryllis bulbs alfalfa or White Dutch Clover to
money -
ditions. grasshoppers. We tried turkeys pointing out the present and future wealth of Central Florida to visit-
Peppers also will start In volume for accelerating the cam and they killed all the grasshoppers ing national farm magazine editors or California citrus experts. .
tomorrow. There have been a few paign on Valencias. He was told, a OrangeConservation
locally shipped already. These like few weeks back there was no I but" then dogs killed all the Since he came here from Volusia County a year ago he has tried conscientiously -

corn show very light yields prob- money-and then the commissioncame Supervisor Election turkeys to become acquainted with every facet of Orange County
ably about 50 per cent of normal. up with a plan to spend a I Sangster asserted that the mar- farm, cattle and citrus development big and little. And he Is
.I Black-eyed peaS began coming quarter-million dollars in the Scheduled July 8 ket started developing from 10 to constantly eager to spread the good word far and wide.
12 ,
through the market here last week Northern and Southern markets. years ago. *\ *
bringing from $4 to $5 for extra Charlie wanted to know where I Annual election of supervisorsof "Once we get customers we keep /CENTRAL FLORIDA BEEKEEPERS are pushing organization[ to
he said. "A fellow in
them
WHERE YOU fancy and the small amount of all this money came from all of a Orange Soil Conservation District up
New York started with a few hun- fight the perils of disease from "tourist" swarms brought In by
sudden-and was told that the will be held in the office of
R cucumbers were $4.75 for top.
WANT IT figures were checked later. He County Court House on July 8, dred bulbs and now he buys transient apiarists who Winter In Florida After finally solvingtheir
made it plain that he expects the Only one term, that of PhilC. $10,000 worth a year. water problem by drilling more than 250 feet out at their plantin
new manager. Bob Evans who Peters of Winter Garden, will "We don't know too much about the Livestock Exposition Grounds, the members of the Florida
Groves Start has been secretary for a long time, expire this year. our market, though because we've Rabbit Co-op have meat selling over Orlando butcher counters....
to have all the answers to any Holdover supervisors include never had to. It's always been There are only 12 Record of Performance chicken ranchers In
5,000 to 30,000 questions on citrus affairs. Chm. A. H. Reppard of Orlando.L. ahead of our supply." Florida but these are setting an example to fellow poultrymen lathe
W. Tilden of Winter Garden.
raising of standards and achievement
Gallon Per Hour 4 Pruning Work r'S THE TIME of the year Clarence Datson of Orlando and Government Makes
r a number of Central Harley A. Ward of Winter Park. i
Florida citrus men start think- Nominating petitions signed by Photos of Citrus
By TUCKER IRWIN ing about watermelons. II. A. not less than 25 qualified Orange I FREE ON ANY CAR

Our Own Staff Correspondent Pollard of Winter Haven, vet County landowners must be mail HarvestingPhotographs this week-Motor Analyzer Test-Br k Test-Front
r, DELAND Pruning operationson eran citrus operator is one of ed to Acting Extension Conserva- Celery Examination rtnr Gear Checkup-All Chassis
., most of the small groves In those interested in the Lake tionist K. S. McMullen in Gainesville of citrus and celery 6)AU) is an-Estimate Free. on Body and Paint Work-Driv* in-
the county already are underway before June 10. .,
County melon deal with a con- harvesting in Orange County were I
I Le W.J.Platt, county agent here, said siderable planting. The growers made this week by Ed. Hunton andC. STIVERS.PONTIAC"
t and by the first of June a ma- are looking for fair prices. 200 Inspect Rabbit Herman Welch Jr., of the U. S. K W. COLONIAL PHONE 2.Zlll
jority of the large grove owners Department of Agriculture in
will have started. PERSONALITIES: Bill Co-op's New Plant Washington.
Platt urged, however, that all CITRUS canning executiveof More than 200 members and Visiting Central Florida with ::;)
those who could wait a few more the Snively Interests at Winter i visitors inspected the new process- the official photographers was Y4L "v'r 4Y
weeks to begin cutting off dead Haven down with an ailing back Ing plant of the Florida Rabbit C. E. Paeden of Gainesville assistant -
wood to do to and see whetherthe for time in State migratory labor
a getting some golf Producers Co-operative during
t 41 dry weather will cause additional these !days: C. V. Griffin of open house this week at the Flor- supervisor. While in Orange Better
s *DIALNACEI damage to the trees and Howey up in the Carolinas for a ida Livestock Exposition grounds. County they conferred with ROE
necessitate even closer pruning short weekend holiday-just a Robert Barber, assistant emergency '
*IuiCATIOf Among those visiting the plant CROPS ,
t operations.If couple of hours away by his pri- were rabbit producers from Tam- farm labor supervisor.
*WATER SUPPLY the unfavorable weather vate "sky buggy" Some citrus pa Daytona Beach and St. Cloud, Photographs of citrus harvesting -
*FILLING TANKS should continue for many more prominents backing away on an reported Co-op Mgr. V. Gardner. i were taken at Plymouth Citrus IRRIGATION
'I weeks, the crop reduction for next offer, by an observer to bet a i Growers Assn. and of celery cut-
*FlU PBOTECTION season will be increased from the hundred bucks that there wouldbe ting at Zellwood and Lake Jem
'*WATERING STOCK estimate of 30 per cent_to 50 percent no changes in the Citrus Com- Layers, Production In Lake County.

Platt said. mission come June 1 Bill
Of Show DeclineFlorida
*AND MANY OTHEH Falls USES Owners who have Installed Irrigation Story FCC ad chairman makingone : Eggs Western Horticulturist STEMS 1
systems are using them to trip down from Winter Gar- egg production and the I
MAY BE FINANCED BY FHA great advantage, and this ever den serve two purposesmeetingof i number of layers decreased during : Writing Book on Citrus
ready source of water will do much.to : April as compared with last
the control committees
day,
help mend the damage causedby the FCC next day and sandwiching one Spring's output the U. S. Crop I Dr. W. H. Chandler, professor c4 Vim. .., ..: .

FARM & HOME MACHINERY CO. the freezing temperatures dur- in some work on the ad plans. Reporting Service said yesterday. I of of horticulture California at at Los the Angeles University, is u t
ing last Winter. Folks around the FCC officesin Layers were estimated at 1656. several weeks while 1 0 .
But for those who are without Lakeland waiting for that first 000 as compared with 1.754,000 on in Orlando for C I Ia
SINCE 1921 means to artificially water their basket of peaches from Bill Leigh hand during April. 1946. Egg pro- writing a book on citrus and other -

groves, the dry weather can on leave as assistant secretary to duction at 26 million was two mil I sub-tropical fruits. ;
430 W. Robinson Ave. 'mean only additional damage manage the Georgia peach marketing lion less than last Spring. conferred While here with Dr.Dr. F.Chandler E. Gardnerof has 4 4 4 et
to next season's crop, he added. agreement in Macon. Lot
the U. S. Bureau of Plant Industry I
of folks from Central Florida go- Coast coming to Lakeland for the
Fred
and County Agent
i Ing over to Vero Beach Mondayfor second hearing on Wednesday Baetzman.
the .first hearing on the There's a pool being formed to
-. amendments to the marketing buy Bill Ward of Atlantic Commission -
agreement setting up separate at Plant City one of the Dairymen To Meet
rules when necessary for the IR biggest fruit buyers, the loudest I Annual meeting of the Florida -
Over 50,000 Universal 'Maw fruit-and a lot from the East necktie In captivity. Dairy Industry Assn.. will be G G C
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Jeeps held in Miami Beach July 9-11. e of e
Sec. E. T. Lay of Jacksonville, G



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r Approval by Caldwell rrJth3llIn( ) (gffi\ylE(] ainadl iIJMJEDFRJ _i



Claimed, on Water Bill I =!:'I. Covers Central Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Dew 1i! ".W....",, .:J


Approval by Gov. Caldwell of the proposed fresh water

tuation survey being ,supported in Tallahassee by the ; Bankers Soil 1
AU-Florida Water Resources Committee was claimed by, Planning Conservation Talks

the Florida Farm Bureau in the May Bulletin, monthly or-

ganization publication. <>
The currently water being conservation considered measure at- !i|t the engineers and their aides will I Orlando;Florida, May 18, 1947 Ch.g S-imfcni Sorntintl-Stnr Page '29 I
develop programs to be submittedto Leads
Tallahassee Is the product of many Rogers Phillips Orange'
conferences which are being par- subsequent legislatures. FLORIDA CATTLEAlachua i I districts would offer the farmers
ticipated In by other Interested "Meantime the Board of COn- I Ii Soil
Farm BureauMemberships Districts In the four counties
groups." the article stated. servation Is to collaborate with i an opportunity -
'The bill. as drawn by Chair- Federal private and other State to request technical aid In
'To
man Lacy G. Thomas has been agencies In carrying out this work; Tell NeedsJ. RanchersSet conservation planning from the
,amended and re-drafted by Thomas promulgate regulations to prevent U. S. Soil Conservation Service
to conform to the Ideas of, and action In one watershed area or Orange County Is leading the Add CountiesFlorida's and the State Extension Service.
enlist the support of other location which would adversely affect Carlisle Rogers. Leesburg
to State In Farm Bureau member- He pointed out that any con-
:groups and Individuals. another area: represent the banker and Howard Phillips, ships with 713 reported. Exec- State Example servation projects are undertakenat
"In final form for IntroducingIt State's Interest where it Is finan- i prominent Orlando citrus executive Secy. John Ford of the State organization rapidly expanding soil the request of the landowners
however, embodies all provis- dally Involved In water control j J1 will be featured speakers at said yesterday. conservation districts already I and financed by them.
ions of the Florida Farm Bureau in any district within the State; |I By AL CODY numbering 36 since the first one
resolutions adopted at the Miami disseminate to the general public i the Orange County bankers con- Polk County, formerly In the [Our Own Staff Correspondent] was organized In 1940. expectedto GAC
convention last November. such Information as becomes avail- ference on water control and soil lead dropped back in second GAINESVILLE-There must be a reason why Alachua add four new counties withina Nominations Due
""The bill has the aproval of' able on surface and ground water ,conservation to be held here Tues- place with 660 memberships. month. Pres. A. H. Reppard of From Citrus Growers *
15th in the State in number of cattle-is
Following Jackson with County- county
were
make specific rec-
Gov. Caldwell and of those who conditions and the Florida Association of Soil
,
worked as members of the AD1 1 ommendations to future legisla day.J.. S. Fairchild vicepresidentof 488 Alachua with 460 and fifth in cattle income, and County Agent Loonis Blitch Conservation District Supervisors Orange County citrus growers
Florida Water Resources committee tures. the First National Bank of Gadsden with 443. credited to high quality to general use of purebred bulls reported yesterday.New are scheduled to meet at the of
Total State i la flee
membership 6,432. of
which grew' out of the '"Farm Bureau people can feel County Agent Fred\
1 and good districts of which three
---- ISanta management practices.
Ford added. Baetzman
In
the
Lakeland meeting held last November observers say that at last they County Court
in South Florida, Include
are
I have water conservation measure Rosa, the newest county "Our cattlemen supplement their<> House at 2 p.m.. May 28. to
; 1 a ,
Lee. Sarasota
Glades and Dixie.
"Under present provisions the ,which seems acceptable to all and Farm Bureau edged out eight pastures by feeding the breeding grand champions have come from Reppard said.Hearings nominate members and altert
bill provides that the State Board ;which constitutes a real beginning other groups during the month. herd during the Winter using pri- Alachua County, while the seventh nates to serve for the comingyear
of Conservation [the Governor and toward solution of one of the Membership drives are under- marily home-grown roughage have been held In on the Growers Administrative *
{ grain and protein-rich concentrates was shown by a contestant who each of the districts and
Cabinet will employ engineers State's knottiest problems-that ot way In Lake. Brevard and Seminole new re- Committee, Mlnard F.
forida's I Florida as a good. land Counties. such as cottonseed meal or received her mail through an ferendums are scheduled among Miller of Lakeland field representative *
and technicians to survey preserving
,
fresh water situation and for themselves, their children, and cake' he asserted."In Alachua County Post Office landowners to approve the water of the Production
addition 95 per cent of though she lived nearby in aI-I I and sjoll conservation program. Marketing Administration,
needs, and provides further that their children's children. I State Cane I ret
--- -- them provide salt and mineral County. Reppard said formation of the ported yesterday.IN .:
control breeding,cull undesirable

N.wb I y, Output Shows cows regularly The and fact with that heifers DDT.Alachua and County spray I STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY! ;

The World'sfinest contains more than 21,000 acres ,
41 Slight DropSugarcane
of permanent pasture Is a contrib- I .
production In Florida uting factor, as Is the existence of FWD Trucks 105
Jaeger 1
this season remained almost on a such Ideal grazing grounds as I
par with last year, with a slight Payne's Prairie located just southof y CompressorHypressure 1
; decrease from 99.000 tons pro- Gainesville, which Is 22,000 Galion Dump Bodies 1
T N duced In 1946 to 94.000 tons this acres of concentrated pasture. Jenny
:
harvest the UJS. Crop Reporting Pre-eminence of livestock in N x
Service said. this county, which is 21st In Barco Hammers Steam Cleaners

......... With grinding of sugarcane for Florida In area with 622.000
lightestlow sugar completed. 31.700 acres of acres Is emphasized by the fact International,
that Alachua Is fifth county in Disston Chain Saws
cane were ground In 1946-47 as a
dairy cattle ninth in hoes first U-4 and U-6 Power:
J. CARLISLE ROGERS compared with 31.400 last year. j'
This produced 1037.000 this sea- in coats fifth in chickens and Logger -c/cDixie Units i
to address bankers. son as against 1.043.000 last year. third in sheep among the 67 a
In 1946.47 6.711.100 gallons of Florida counties. L Rogers Low-Bed :
Winter Garden, who Is heading blackstrap molasses were produced i Cattle Industry In particularhas
J, horsepower arrangements for the conference ,compared with 5,700,000 a year been established In the county Pulpwood Saws Trailers t'a.
said it would at 8 at '
open p.m. ago. for centuries so much so that before -
the Chamber of Commerce 1813 several Spaniards requested JAEGER PUMPS .
Bldg. Ramie CorporationAsks grants of land In the area i
"Soil conservation and sound :now comprising Alachua County Capacities 2 to 4 inch t tI
1
land management which will insure I Aid in Plans !primarily to raise cattle.
a high level of income to the i I' Improvement of herds in, the I WE DISTRIBUTE A COMPLETE LINE OF 3 .
farmers of Orange County will be county which has long been stimulated -
discussed at the meeting," Fair- i On Dykes, Ditches I by proximity of the Univer- I CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIAL LOGGING '
child said. I The National Ramie Corp.. has sity of Florida and its research facilities ,
I
Farm leaders and business men requested technical assistance from began in earnest in 1898 and
will participate In the discussionswith I the Lake Sol Conservation District I when A. L. Jackson began using I
11 the bankers over measures I on recommendation for proper ''I shorthorn bulls to Improve the MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT
,
I 1 type and quality of his native cat- I
I which can be undertaken to con- I dyke %,nd ditch layouts for I
serve fertility of local farms. ramie plantings planned in the tle.
Rogers! is chairman of the Lake Zellwood area In August. District I "The outstanding Hereford herd i

.........................: Soil visors Conservation and Phillips District Is an Super-execu- reported Conservationist yesterday.R. E. Witherell* I of now Alachua owned was by founded T. D. Mathews in 1907, FLORIDA-GEORGIA TRACTOR (O

tive of the Dr. P. Phillips Co. of The preliminary survey*wUl be I while N. A. Colllson owned the i
: Orlando."It furnished to the National Ramie first registered Hereford herd In 2415 State Road
.LJbi Is essential that the full Corp.. following Its preparation by I the South started in" 1903 with Phone 4603 LAKELAND FLORIDA P. O. Box 1511
,U. S. Soil Conservation Service shipment from Texas Blitch said.
resources of our community be technicians. I Excellence of the beef herds Is I Local Representative: W.' Finley Mason Phone 2-3411! Orlando
employed in a constructive program -
Working on the plans are B. S. further emphasised' by the records I Jacksonville Miami
to maintain the sound financial Savan1U1h-Waycrosa
made by Alachua entrants in fat
.r position reached by agriculture ,"- of Clayton.Belle Glade SCS drainage and Walter engineer Shaf- I stock show. Six of the seven I Associate Companies Located: Florida Georgia E
Fairchild during added.the war years fer. Millard Morgan and Llnds- Southeastern Fat Stock Show j
HALLETT ley Arthur of the Orlando district
L ""The welfare of our farm com office.
munity is directly dependent up- I
on the fertility of the soil and Florida Club
.
Jersey
fku for this reason soil conservation Is I
F .. vital to all of us. It Is our aim to I i Issues ,PublicationFlorida THISISGOODNEWSTo I
institute a course of action on our
mutual problems." Jerseys, annual pub-
I' lication of the Florida Jersey

:.................... Citrus Institute Set the Cattle organization Club has been Pres.Issued George by

[Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Slxma: of Lake Helen reported

t i If you have need for a dependable source rus TAVARES-The Grower Institute annual will Cit-be yesterday.Included In the publication Is MANY PEOPLEWE

held at Camp Mcquarrie Aug. Information on herd classification -
of economical power investigate 2S-29, Sec. Karl Lehmann of the Improvement breeding,

'" Hallett Diesel Engines. Available nowin Lake County Chamber of Commerce registration roles selling tips,
reported yesterday. milking rules and pastures.

standard engines Diesel electric generator sets, NOW HAVE FOR DELIVERY

'. complete pumping units/ State Vegetable Movement Off B 4.


Write today for free literature. To 65 Per Cent of Last SeasonFlorida -


commercial vegetable shipments have drop- .....-
FLORIDA STATE DISTRIBUTORS ped down to 65 per cent of last season's volume reports of 16'x48'GATED

Dealer Franchises Available the Federal-State Market News Service! showed yesterday. ARMYBUILDINGS
Even delayed Spring crops are not expected to bring,: -
UD this year's movement to more than 75 per cent of 1946
SOUTHEAST STEEL SALES COMPANY shipments, recording what may be< -
one of the lowest volumes in recent -
the major tomato and potato
100 W. Amelia Are.. P. O. Box 299 years. SURPLUS
Orlando, Florida Rail movements slumped to only crops but practicallyevery
NEW YORK OFFICE: 53 per cent of last year, but truck commodity will end the season
volume maintained an almost below last Spring.
S BEEKMAN STREET NEW YORK 7. N. Y.
equal level with 1946.
Ii Particularity hard hit were Tomatoand potato shipments COMPRISING:
-.. for the: week ending May 3 were
GABLE ROOF
only 25 per cent of the volume for
the same period in '46. CUcum- 6 WALL SECTIONS

r You'd be SURPRISED !ITo bers and cent.However cabbage were- down was to off 75 to per 69>>cent.per 2 6 GABLE FLOOR END SECTIONS SECTIONS .yw C

celery was moving In

comparative'strength at approxi- 6 ROOF SECTIONS ," ',";,'_ ;
mately 87 per cent of last Spring'svolume. :w'm ,
Know What Limo Scale, Corrosion 10 4x6 SILLS '


1 and "Red" Water are Costing You I 16 WINDOWS :''' ,_ .<<< .
Notice to Builders
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ANNOUNCING the Rtopenlnrof EASILY ERECTED _

MICROMETPrevents Reliable Paint & Glass 102
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slrt 1f < Good Food ot Summer Prices
4..3 e : 'I Lunch Dinner and Curb Service CHENEY HIGHWAY

n WINTER PARK I FAMOUS FOR FINE FOOD FOR 20 YEARS

S2S Orlando Av.. (IT-93) KilUtniy Korn rBESSER'S JAY MILLERS ORCH. EVERY NITE

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Meats Poultry Cold Cuts Sour
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DANCING TONIGHT Outstanding ;, Clip/ & Mail To Rutland's, Orlando : 1 1

AT 1 Coring defender el justice!

LAKESIDE PARK Father To Be // 'The Shadow Returns' ,

: I, Nominate ___ -5'orr'9-
l.3t P.M. to II P.M. 1Co.( IIdltlllflco..d /
KNOWLTOVS LAKESIDE ORCHESTRA SelectedOnce Borboro
2M Miles South el Orlando on Old Dixie Highway : Address __

again this year in observ- i iTODAY
For the
ance of Father's Day. June 15.
Orlando will honor its outstanding : "ALL-AMERICAN FATHER" AWARD lIu'I
CLUB CABANA father. / Matinee Every Sat. & Sun.
Plans for selection of the city's : of Greater Orlando for 1947 Matinee 2:30 to 5:30
,
3 MILES NORTH OF ORLANDO CITY LIMITS U.S. 441] fifth All-American Father v as announced I

GOOD FOOD DANCING b yesterday by Joseph P. i Reasons: _____ ._______.._.__ : Evening 8:00: to 11:00
Rutland owner of Rutland's Men's ,
BILLY ARNOLD AND HIS ORCHESTRA Store who has sponsored the annual HAMMOND ORGAN MUSIC
event since Its in ,
OPEN SATURDAY NITE ONLY-50c COVER inception ----- ,
AVAILABLE.FOR PRIVATE PARTIES OR BANQUETS 1943. .' ,
He said that the presidents of SKATING EVERY NIGHT
FOR RESERVATION PHONE INTER PARK 9164
,
the six Orlando service clubs together .
I
with the presidents of the / EXCEPT MONDAYCOLISEUM Doors Opt* 12:43

Business and Professional Women's i Signed : HOW SHOWING
Club and the Pilot Club had ? ,

agreed to serve as a selection com- i Sole: If more space is needed : Hco s the tout'i.g story of airn s.gtly et ,'
mittee.As I attach separate sheet. Address ,
in the past their choice for America's Finest Rink
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the 1947 All-American Father will? unnmmm" '-------- t'RONALDREAG
TONIGHT be made on the basis of nominations I .
submitted by the public.I I I

"YOUNG WIDOW" "Honor Dad builder of our ..
e children's future theme of national I : ( ALEXIS SMITHZMARYSCOTT
JANE RUSSELL LOUIS HAYWARD Father's Day this year .. 0 j
CARTOON LATEST WORLD NEWS has been adopted for the local
FIRST 8BOW 7:30 COMPLETE SHOW FROM 18:38 observance the only one of its .
kind in which an outstanding
father Is singled out for recognition --
and award. ., Ws.tltRetn00'heoL

....tStarlinr'1. Gary DUCK IKJ I IN 397 Blossom S. Orange Trail YI "Any father living in the + f L.. ,. ........... ....
Greater Orlando area is eligiblefor
We serve the same delicious foods from noon till 6 that ... ..
selection as this year's AliI .. .
;you get during the evening. .. .... .
... ... .
American _Father" Rutland said. .. ." .'."...... ..

vi Fried French JUMBO SHRIMP $1.25 W I I "He "does not have to be prominent r ltlSl MrtY tt sou. I .......................................... .... "0' '"a 1,

"A man of good character and ............. SKVtatd MARCH OFw'
Ile[ Dining Room Only] ....... .
reputation who has made real con- -r ... ...... + TIME
T
tributions in educating and train- .A. f tj ..... .. ... sk.wi.gseuggled
ing his children to be good citizens 0.101 s D E. A 'tl ............. ue.esiron
is the sort we want to honor." : ? T _I Iw .......................................... Iasse!
Men selected in the past were: ...........
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1946. William A. McCree. retired .. ........................
building contractor; 1945. Circuit I"kc!
I Judge Frank A. Smith; 1944 Al 1t
Coith, nurseryman and former !
city park director and 1943. William r ty t Ope"
I A. Hickman. Orlando Utilities poor.

Commission employe. \ QDay
Each year the selection has IKis\1
grown in significance as more and
more persons have participated
M's
through nomination of men they MG
Bar rA Restaurant considered worthy of the designa-

Open Open tion. i 6
9 A.M. TillMidnight 6 P.M. Till Beginning today nominations ,
'-A for the 1947 award can be made %
MidnightDrivc pc
by relatives and friends on the LI ff
In RestaurantON blank accompanying this articleor
in letters addressed to Rut- NAtEN tcwpe'tm
THE WINTER GARDEN ROAD 2 MILES FROM land's Men's Store 65 N. Orange i 0 GdR.ItI6 ?
DRIVE I IN CITY LIMITS DRIVE INJiioYs Ave. The deadline for receiptof t ac tl1NC sedr 1 pnp
nominations i is June 4.
"Each nomination should con- Portrait of Ip.IAI I
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a iet
tain reasons why the man nomi- .
I nated is being proposed for the t !a41u5 !
A award so that the selection committee pe t1e ?
and GIRLS! t I
will have something on
which to base its Judgment" Rut- TO s
s
land said. HAPPY FAMILYTHIS 115 of A ?
I FREE Other blanks on which studentscan o
nominate candidates were distributed -
G yesterday. 500 to Orlandoi
I High School and 250 each to
BICYCLES!( i! Memorial Junior High and Chero- HAPPY FLORIDA FAMILY For they well know that Florida State
r kee Junior High School.
The selection committee will has just received a refreshing summerTheatresl policy of providing entertain- t t r ti

The local distributor of Tom's Toasted Pt'anuts.1s sponsoring meet next Thursday at the Orange time lift ot their favorite Florida State
a contest for boys and, girls of school age in Orange Court Hotel to organize and to ment in comfort, is the basis for which Ove -r
County. Three beautiful new Shelby bicycles will be offered I I make preparations for the award. Theatre. I : st yl rLA rtr+G r
as grand prizes. You ran be a winner! Just save Its choice will be determined at its' foundation of service is based. Na
and return to Tom's office at 426 W. Gore A\e. in Or- another meeting at the hotel Florida State Theatre Managers constantly I
I lando the labels from TOM'S TOASTED .PEANUTS June 5. and announcement the
CRACKERS: and CANDY B\RS. man honored will be made June study family' likes and dislikes Worry is banished by wholesome, r r

15 in The Sunday SentinelStar.On and invite criticism in clean entertainment. It is 1
I entertainment. screen essential E s
Each 5c Tom'i Toasted Peanut Wrappers bags>> : and label the committee are Paul ,
Bag Cracker Label, may be mailed to Tom's_ I Stme, Rotary; E. L. Brewton With to health and happiness. /IA ./ATNE
or Candy Toasted Peanuts. P. O BosZOUC. equal thought and research they
Dr. Clyde Williams. ;
wanis;
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or delivered to /:S W.
Wfapper will count one point. Gore 'e.. orlando Ask yourfriends W. W.Arnold. Optimist: Roy Ki-I also make it a point to know what cornGET YOURS EACH WEEK AT A
Each lOe Tom's to
their
Candy Wrapper save labelsfor Civitan: W.W.Dawson
at jou Credit receipts will Esther Phillips. Business fort features appeal to the ; t .
count two points. Contestants be Issued in >our name. Our Mrs. family' group. FLORIDA STATE THEATRE.
most live in Oranse County. covet will be final Contest Professional Women, and Mrs.Dollye I .
U1 close Saturday. Juae Hilt Hester Pilot.KAPETTI. s t.lot
I e y'tAtf e 1 t Olsa 12

Top grade bicycles Mill be awarded to the three boss or Q a WATCH FOR THESE HITS! I A t.4 joLsO'L '
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girls ranking first second and third in S'Ofr.1.0 each YOUR ENTERTAINMENT'S I // 7 'THE STRANGE WOMAN" t
Q
I prize DEALER winner will name a TOMS TOASTED PE.XUTII FOR SPAGHETTI p G "LOVE LAUGHS ATANDY I 2 to 0 l A\
for
a substantial prize. Tune.in \\OKZ for
new*. contest Serrr s .. P M.-Closed; MadayOranee GUARANTEED. WITH1 m HARDY""NORA I

II Memorial.. HwvttalM. y PRENTISS"EACH ''
CONTEST IS NOW ON IM Mm SwlliiiRL PROGRAM! Soaa1
Enjoy eating Tom's Toasted Peanuts 13 52 Winter Park 'THE PERFECT'MARRIAGE" '
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Toms Peanut Butter Sandwiches J .
1 Toms Delicious Candy Bars II IITOM'S The Orlando J1) ,
Auto School
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TOASTEDTh'EANf 1221 N. Orange Ave. : :;;::' :': ;
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r II, See the First Prize Bicycle at the CoIi5t'um. 4 Call 2-4879 Only There's a FLORIDA STATE THEATRE fn your Neighborhood! 1 1L _



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for Scenic CATRArPRIDSr
Route
fitATHLETE'S Seiwi .. 6 ft. Light Wood H

The Sunday Sentinel-Star Radio Program FOOTIINCWORM at $98.00 each j lSIf

) <:D : sod OTHER SKIN ,. by Hockbert Bret. Swath H

Fritz Reiner, musical director of the Pittsburgh WO BO (5(0) WLOr (1230) WOMZ (740) IMITATIONS Slade.Booth Show Case Co. 1

'Highway Approved 1JJII JI1Vho Symphony Orchestra, launches the CBS Symcia 8:00 News Renfro--Valley-__ Church Church of of Air Air ___- World La-erne News a pi Time AA on..v-,50ci :-t':c'::::! I lit Reed Alley Phoo 2-1271 H

phony's Summer series with an all-Russian prong: Renfro Valley Evangel Hour __ Methodist Church
: Johnson Family ._ Evancel Hour -._ Methodist Church
the gram, featuring the Shostakovich Ninth Symphony. -B:00-News ________, .Blble- Class.___; News .___ _
4i route of a new scenic highway on I 9 13 Listen Llebert Class Music by Sweetin
The proposed Also scheduled are the Tschaikowsky Fourth to Bible
; : Phmn Annie Russell Theater Winter Park Florida
Fernandina to :30 Christ for WorIdVokeof PeopleThe
'j: East Coast, extending southward from Br HANLEY POGUE Symphony in F Minor and Moussorgsky's. "A 9:45 Christ for World Vole of Prophecy HsrmonslrM i The Rollins Players Present
""
Hechsher Dr., Jacksonville, was approved by the StateI I QUESTION Night On Bald Mountain." This program replaces 10 00 News -------- Messate of i.iitorUstni: ,
THE ; : :
10 is ChUdcraft Pirn Vituais of Isreal Deslcn for List DC
'I I Road Department Commission at its meeting here yesterday Are you In favor of the bill the New York Philharmonic-Symphony, and Js 10:30 Vole of Prophecy: Reviewing Stand News HifhllfhU. | "THE WHITEHEADED BOY"An

at the San Juan Hotel. 4' proposed in the Florida Legislature heard at 2 p.m. over WDBO. IO:45VoieeofprophecyReiewing8tsnd..Cornetteu:: _. ... .. .;:; l
: Church PlrutPreibynCh I
11:00 Salt Lake Choir Methodist
to County's road budget be trans that would prohibit any "The Gabriel Heatter Show." 9 p.m. over WLOP. 11:13 Salt Lake Choir Methodist Church First Presby Ch Irl5h Comedy by Lennox Robinson
also agreed
II ; The commission another.A track 11 JO Music for Sunday Methodist Church First Presby Ch Staged by Howard Bailey
to
: maintain that portion of the road ferred from one project I new part-mutual betting tells the story of The Barter Theater" of Virginia. 11:45: Music for Sunday Methodist Church: First Presby Ch :

: which will cross Little Talbot request from Hardee County opening within 100 miles of an was founded In 1933 by Robert Portei field for 12:00-Gospel Hour- ____ -Musical Showcase America United__ I Tues.. Wed.. Thurs.. FrL. Sate May 20. 21. 22. 23. 21
t,, scheduled for development for Inclusion of certain roads in I existing one? starving actors. 12:13 Oospel Hoar' ___ Musical I Showcase America United 8:15 P.M.
which Is
: Island. will be taken 1230: Oocpel Hour Best Thtnsa In Life UniT of Chleaio= I
J : a? a recreation site by the State system holds up its THE ANSWERS Robert Merrill sings The Whiffenpoof Song" 12 49Oospel_ Hour _-. BestThlnci. . In Life Pnlr:_ofChlcaso_ Prirrs 60c
commission 90e. $1.0 tax Included
; the State Park Service. when the around Doug Barnes, service station OPerator on the "RCA Victor Show" at 1 p.m. over WORZ. 100 Ne Review __? Married for ill: -. RCA Victor Show |:
generally ShoaHis
annual meeting RCA Victor
1:IS News Review Married for
: The new highway will b* financed Jan. 1. to consider this matter, ColonlaltownI : other solos include "Look For the Silver 1:30 Mires to You ___ Sammy Rile __-_ Newt ____ i Theater Box Office Open Every Weekday at 2 00 p.m. Reservations *
do not believe it should be Kaye-Fact Flc n Proudly We RTh.OOCBSSymphony in Orlando from EDNA FALL. San
capital 1. 5J1rtY 8L- I IdramaUc Mezzanine. Juan hotel
private
by Lining "Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. and the -
it was decided. I' '
to
wish
passed. If local people Open House Sunday Matinee Orlando 5366.
through the Fernandlana Port aria "Eri Tu" from Verdi's opera. "The 2:13 CBS Symphony == Open House -==== Sunday Matinee : I'I
commission denied a request track with legalized
a
open
The partj j
estimated cost .. Sunday MatineeJi
Authority at an Masked Ban. Roy Shield directs the orchestra 2:30: CBS Symphony Lutheran Hour -
The cost will be from Bradford and Clay muiuai; Deumg H :43CB3 Symphony __ Lutheran Hour __ Sunday M.unl'e1|
of 2750000. after which Counties to maintain old Highway 1 should not be in "Summertime" and "Hora Staccato." 3 00-CBS-Symphony-_-House of"Mystery I Sunday! tlD-e.-: ]I
liquidated by tolls observes CBS Symphony House of Mystery_ Sunday Matinee I
48 because traffic on the prohibited. I t Alec Templeton Norway's 133rd annl3:15! -
into the
the road will be taken 3.30 Hour of Charm True Detective Marietta Collate I I
State system. road is largely local. A petitionfor I looks to me as if versary of Independence on his fifth and last visit 3:43 Hour of Charm = True Detective =- Marietta College I I

construction of an alternate the State will be to the '"Family Hour" this season by playing a 'OOFsmii7IIouTThsShadowTThBCSYmPhonyT i,
The request for approval of the Haven 4:15 Family Hour __:: The Shadow :=:: NBC Symphony: :. Sunday
through creating a mo-
Route 17
Ulster section of Grieg's A Minor Piano Concerto. Heard 4:30: Hoary Carmlchael Week Aroun World NBC Symphony _. S
highway route was received from was also denied. nopoly the pro- at 4 pjn. over WDBO."Northwestern 4;43_Joa. .Harsch-News: WeetAroun World NBC Symphony!
*
representatives of the Road 105 posal becomes Onto & Harriet Those Webster EacredHeart
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Assn.. headed by a. C Oerblns: Palm Beach was reimbursed law. I believe in I University Reviewing Stand'5j3; Oule & Harriet .- Those Websters : Dave Rose Orch.-. Treat yourself to the finest

Other action taken by the commission $4.024.70 for widening and Installing ,tracks being per discusses the safety of air travel at 10:30: am. 5:30 Kate Smith Nick Carter __ Bob Burns -- .
543: Kate 8mltbNfck Carter Bob Burns
Included decision to ask curbs on a State road there. mitted anywherethe over WLOF. Speakers are William Patterson -- --- _= -=
Drew Pearson
6 00 Oene Autry Jack Benny
the Florida Legislature for powerto The commission's next .meeting Deoole wantthem United Airlines president; Cedric B. Lee. CAA executive e:13 Gene AuUy Don Gardiner __. Jack Benny __-. Di"Ie i.
State will be held June 28 in Tallahassee. 6:30 Blondle ____ Grtst Story Told Pitch Bandwaton
prohibit fishing on and not Barnes! Robert N. Buck Trans-World Airlines
am ;
Its July meeting will be held 6 43 Blondle __ = Grist Story Told Pitch Bandwagon I
bridges. the regulation to be enforced in favor of laws restricting themto pilot and Prof. Edward C. Sweeney. Aeronautical -T:oo-Sam Spade ......, Medl onBoard--Star M of-Tomor'ow .
by County Sheriffs and the in Brooksville. particular localities." law professor at N. U. 7:13 Sam Spade ..._... Mediation Board Stars ef Tomorow 12:00 Noon to 8:00 P. M.
Patrol. Attending the meeting here were 7:30 Crime Doctor rDate With Melody Guest Star ______ : :
Florida Highway Chm. F. Elgin Bayless and Commissioners Alfred Wallenstein directs the NBC Summer 7:43 Crime Doctor __ Silver Strings ____ Here to Veterans

the Pending commission a check deferred of Its a records.request I S. Kendrick Guernsey ter Iris Park Wood' Rollins student. Win- Symphony Orchestra in music of three centuries, -six:00 Corliss Corliss Archer Archer ___ Exploring Exploring I Unkn Unkn:n Musical Musical Showcase.Showcase Daily 12:00: Noon to 9 P. M.

surplus In Osceola Courtney W. Campbell HermanB. : including works of Bach. Beethoven and Milhaud. 8;30 Tony Martin __ Double or Nothing Musical Showcase
that $128,000 -
a Fultz and Robert T. Carleton. 1 do not think It Is a good law. 4 WORZ. The __8 45Tony_ Martin Nothing Musical. Showcase
at concert
pjn over opens with the :::\-Ce;: '
......................., They were entertained at lunch Tracks where legalized betting is Concerto in D for orchestra 9-00 Take It.Leave It:_ Pops Concert Closed all day Friday
0 Carl
0 permitted can be located In every by Phillip 9:15 Take It-Leave It__ Gabriel Heatter Pops Concert ___
0 by the Greater Orlando Chamberof Emanuel Bach followed by Beethoven's Symphony 9:30 We the People Counter Spy uu Pops Concert --
: RADIOS : Commerce. other DIOCK as lar 9:43 We the People I Counter 8 Pops Concert _
: as I am concerned. No. 8 In F Major. Final selection is "Suite Proven- 10 00-Symphonette _::. Theater ::1I4_ News ------_---_
: REFRIGERATORS I certainly do cale" by the contemporary French composer DariusMilhaud 10:IS Symphonette -_ Theater Guild: ? Cesar Searchlnger
10.30 Music You Know Theater Guild Henry Russells IDII1IibI1R1IIcstiiiiinit
: WASHERS : Could Cleopatra Drink a Pearl not think the now In the United States. 10:45 Music You Know Theater Guild __ Henry Russells __ !

Legislatureshould 11:00-News ___. Sports Parade-::: News from NBC ':
'- : with Stomach Ulcer Pains? WQBO (SSO) WLOF (1230) WOMZ (740) un.. _
laws Dance __
NEED REPAIRS? pass 8;00 Melodies Sign On Sc News 11:15: Ball Scores Orch. --_ Music Schredntck
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Make An Intriguing story of Cleopatra ts the at the beck and <8<::15 Melodies Glory Pleas'ts TrioChapel 11.30 Dance Orch --.---.- Dance Orch. Francis Craig Or.
For Any 11:45 DanceOrch News
; -- -- -Tr' .!aCr'I-Or
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of 6:30 Melodies in the Sky == :
where admirer praised the beauty --- -
I CallBARTON'S : one two of her an pearls, whereupon she droppedone call of monopo- 6;43 Melodies ______ Chapel in the Sky 12'OO News __ ------__ Sign Off ____ News & Sign Off
wine and drank it. listic pressure ___ ___ 12 15 Dance Orch -----
Into a class of 7;00 Baptist Hr. Organ Reveille .? News n : __ : :
: : She would hardly have done this had she groups of the 7:IS Baptist Hr ____, Ontn Reveille _. Grain Recital __ 12:30 Dance. Orch n
suffered after-eating pains Those who !.Z:45D.: _Orch -----
State and this 1:30 This Is Our Duty Organ Reveille! Church of Christ .
: You Benefit By Our 25 : are distressed with stomach or ulcer pains 7:43 Rev. Bob Jones u Organ Reveille Church of Christ J:00 Sun Off _d___ ""
Indigestion as pains hartburn burning appears tobe a Sanford-Orlando Highwayin
0 Years Experience : sensation bloat and other conditions
Wood bill that will -
: Next to Colony Theatre 0 caused by excess acid should try Udga Get I protect Watts et us wd S10 America crop and ch mtc I Sanford City Limits
a 25e box: of Udga Tablets from your druggut. I out of State track owners Instead Orange County James R. Hollo*sy to C. E. Hudson I I Roy R. Brown et uz to John A. Crls et
: Winter Park 93 : First dose must convince or return of the people of Florida." claim of Urn al sm j
bol: to ns and get DOUBLE: YOUR MONEY Ira J. Johnston ct ox to Mabel 8 Hie- L. Herrmann et nz to Khem Wad. Palmer -
,......................! BACK. --*d I Court Records ser mtc 130J et nx wd $10 :
James G. Pearce, upholstery L. T. Jernltan release of lien I Harold W Cook et nx to Earl L nlI --- -_ _
INSTRUMENTS FILED First Nat. Bank st Orlando to Frederick Decker et ux: agreement for deed $7500 -
worker. Angebilt addition: J n Pepper et ux to P U, Nelson wd U Woodbury et al. amDorse I Alvin J. Thomas et ux to Weldon Willis IiF--
"I am not in favor of outside $750 ? J. Prrarott. release of lien I et uz: am.James .
0 and operating the ', Vernon Fertnson et nz to Charles C Bo- Wlllix: and Wrlsht. release of lien M Simmons et nz: to Fir Nat Bank
0 interests owning
I' bo et ux wd tlO Elmer W. Lout et ux to Edward F. Til' Dig $2600 I I HEADQUARTERS FOR
tracks of Florida and takingif Gordon J Barnett et nx to State of son et nx:, wd S10 J. H. Arnold to H. L. Arnold mig $938
/OU C'0 money out of the PIe qcd tl Walter T. Cooper to Joseph L. Tress I City of Orlando TS Samul J. Levin et alaI -cOLuMBIA
Robert Louis Douglas et nx to Volunteer spl wd $10 quiet title. IttI .
0 State each year.I State Life Ins Co mtg 13500 Willis R. Johnson et al to Gertrude R.Coif I Elmer W Lott TS Jennie E Ander.onfln.l
would favor the Virginia Faust to Robert Louis Douglaset man. mU S45OO decreeHenry DECCA
f nx: wd 110 W. E. Winderweedle et nx: to Willis J. C. Winslow et ux: to David W E1
State operating Elsie. D Cook et sir to Gulf We Ins Johnson et al. wd S10 I Robinson et ux: ad $10 _
-CAPITOL
all of tracks in Co mtg $3500 Alva E. Kabler et ax: to Raymond DBelli Ulrlch W. Fischer et nx: to David W 'p
,
Florida to reduce Harlow 0 Fredrick et al to Elmer U, ? et ux: wd 110Mary Robinson et uz: 1IeI $10 7 .
.Barnes et nx: imM R. Hyer to Roland HoMey et ax I City of Orlando to William M. McCor. I. VICTOR
taxes. The pres- J Waters ct ux: to Elsie D Cook Qed sm nick deed $10
ent proposal is $10 ,, J. Hugh: Ton et nz: to Idisr E Sheldon : Mildred D Richmond to William Melcher 0
GladysF et ux ad.Edgar i et ux wd $10.Elizabeth I I II RECORDS
Ferdinand Paul Boulon et ux: to I
NAVEYO/ too drastic and Teed wd tlO I Ielm I E. Sheldon et ux: to J. Hlllh Yon M Purvis to Pearl Purvis
protects existing W P Kelly to Reuben E Taylor et al mtc 16500W I Arms wit $10
of lien i I O Franklin et 5.u to Robert M I I Paul Crank to A. M Ford wd $10 j I
racing courses. It Mrs Carrie TrovUlion et al to B Our Stokes et nz mtc Maurice J. Dupuls et nx: to Thomas W
Robert M. Stokes et ux to W. O Franklinet .
seems to me that Ellis Jr lease Harper et ux smErwart
they should- be Pearce C L Rabb to George B Stephenson et nx: ux wd S10Elvira I Hill to W. B. Bowman et nz:
Bellon Thomaa et Tlr to MorlU
wd $10.Mary
limited it should be placed on a M Tedter et vlr to Harry J Lots W. Orbs et ux: wd tlO i IPk.1I't.Slen et us to Citizens National
hit records of the week. Lottie Pearl Scion to Merits: W. Orbs Bank mtc $3.500
basis where the peopla in certain et nx wd 110Effle ,
J Kurts: to F A Allison assign et ux oed 110 A. T. O'Neal et nx to H. D Hazen et ux
sections could operate a track if For Jackson et nz to H. C. Kennedy Iwd $10 IH
II recorded by RCA VICTOR I they desired." mtg Fed Land Bank Columbia to L U, Austin wd S10 I The Rev A, V, Howell affidavit 1 I .
H C. Kennedy et nz: to Donnl Waters .
et ux am.Hotel J I Strong et ux: to Austin H. Ray
I
Holding Co and Walter W Rose wd 110.Dol" A. T Dorsey uz: to Clarence A.
Unless It Can Happen With You 1 Jesse Gilbert, butcher, Cheney easement separate Towne maintenance n M. E. Towne bill lor ilton et nz: 114 $10.TERMITE. .m'l I
J Thomas Gurney TS Charles W Hafer
Hwy: Mary W. Mappln et sir to David A.
I Never Knew I -Yes. I am in favor of the bill. I et William ux order.F Chittum et nx: to Florence Spencer et ux: mtc "000.

The Three Sons ; believe there are enough tracks Joy Henry Canine C. et Jerome vlr wd affidavit S10 final Mary decree.Dice: quiet Incram title.vs Cora Cannon et al CONTROL S '

I operating in the there Sadie A. Pearce. O Wayne Gray to Hadena Berk Bunde
Gross to
: te2f John W. et ux
We Knew'It All The Time .., et vir articles of agreement wd $10
I William A. Whltcomb et nx: to William
George 8 Anderson et ux: to George =
As You Desire Me tracks located in Berkwlth acd S10 .' C. B. Booth et nx wd $10
,Florida, none of George 8 Anderson et nx: to George Walter P. Dandliker et nx to the Rev
Vaughn Monroe Beckwllh wd S10 Ed ard Fischer et ux: wd $10
them would make FEATURE OF THE
WEEK"Show
Ralph Trac; to John Oober claim of Charles E. Parker et uz to Moses Oren-
any money and lien stein et uz: wd $10 Walker Chemical &
Poppa, Don't Preach To Me the State would Prudential Ins Co to Pearl Anne Pierson Ralph Stevens et to C. E. Parker et nz
sat of 'labor and material lien 19461947"MUSIC
: et vlr in.Charles Parade of
ic:4 Necessity lose the revenueit O Kuharske et ux: mtg (11.000. C. W. Graves Jr. et al to Charles E. Exterminating Go.
receives. Harding to Anna Clement acd Parker sat of labor and material lien. -
Phil Harris now 518tdia Bonded-Free Inspections BY LARRY CLINTONAND
The State is a 11.L. Bertna B. Luke TS unknown spouse of
O Dunn et us to Anna Clement qed John Tuler .Jr. et ala quiet title.
Sunrise SerenadeIn partner in the $1 Mary H. Scudder TS West Coast Lumber Tel. 4680 ORCHESTRA
I businessand 1 Blanche Anno Carpenter to H. C. Tyner
racing Co. final decree
I The -Mood they should qed Maude$1 Lake Johns It vlr to H. C. Tyner title J. Rush Yon TS Vlda Irene Davis quiet 3210 Clay St.. Orlando. Fla. MUSICAL SCORE HITS FROMFINIAN'S :

Glenn Miller Gilbert pass laws neededto Qcd Santa$10. Lake Hutton et vlr to H. C. Romania S. Hushes to Vernon E Slouch OTHER OFFICES RAINBOW -
protect their interest." Tyner Qcd $10 et uz: 1m.Dwlllht. I Lakeland and Daytona Beach
Albums *, H. C. liner et us to Dorothy K: Hutch- P. John to United States of I CAROUSEL
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Ins vlr wd $10
Bryant E. Robertson, welder Dorothy et H. Hutchlns et vlr to Gulf Life I
I All Time Hits Conway Rd.:' Ins Co mtg $3000 OKLAHOMA
H C. Tyner et nz to Gulf Life Ins
Tommy Dorsey "I am in favor of the measure. Co nit $3500 ANNIE GET YOUR GUN
I think there are far too many w B. Dunaway et uz to Florence L.
I His Latest and Greatest tracks In the State and if any Lewis Qed $1 ST.LOUISWOMANCALL
Cent Fla Prod Cred Assn to John
.-. Perry Como thing they shouldbe Muck lit crop lien and real mt,. ME MISTERAll
reduced. If L. R. Lamb et uz to Milton O Goff
et nz mtg $1200 In One Album
more tracks are I Iuz I
Muton a Goff et ox to L. R. Lamb et
opened in the : wd $10. i iA
p State they will acd.$10 E. Carpenter to Milton, O. Golf I Exclusive; at Associated 3.16

OUTHEh: take that much W. A. Johnson et ux to Rsy PRICE
et al mug $1600.
from
more money W A. Johnson et ux to .
.I people who Johnson wd $10 Klnned'j
should spend it Lumlno Co. release of lien
George A. Fulmer et us to Ross POPULAR
at home on their I : by et ux wd $10 .
232 NORTH ORANGE AVE. families. There Is Ola Mae Brooks et YIn to O W. Grant : .
4A Heartaches Ted Weems .79
tnn miirh pamh- 1I'l Life
Ins Co to X. Z. Gllllard .
ling in Florida Robertsonand at al am.Epstine, Showers Al Joson! .79
"Everything Fine In The Music Line" \ moves should be made to curbIt Mack McCormick et US to Lea- ,' April
lie C. Hall mtc $2372 Jo Stafford .63:
Instead of encourage It." O P. Bandy et u to Elmer F. Sandy Smoke Dreams

et Leslie ux wd C.$10 Hall et ux to Epstlne Mack I, A Little To Fer Johnny Mercer .63

McCormick wdL. .
T Jernltan release of lien I I Believe Ziggy Elman .63
Prank C. Likes et us to Howard H.
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I ROBINSON Moonlight Sonata Glenn Miller .63

Car and Truck Ivy Dick Haymes .79
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Page 32 lrbt &mtbttJt &ttttttttI-Btar Orlando, Florida, May 18, 19471 i I |Mrs.Leslie Turner. Dr. Clyde Williams
Red Cross To
s ty Federalists To has been named chairman

PROFESSOR TO SPEAK Date Set For of a with membership Dr. F. S.committee Kottmeler sere and !
I Meters Best ing :
Dr. Edwin L. Clarke professor'of Parking t'
will Brantley Burcham and :Miss Ann
sociology at Rollins College Hold Election Meet
TuesdayOne Turner acting as publicity direct !
speak at the monthly luncheon of Orlando HallCeremony rl

:the Central Florida Federation of To Traffic tor.A report on the Florida State I
:Social Workers tomorrow at 12:15 Solution I Allen J. Carter Southeastern World or None, a sound branch meeting of the group hetA

j>jn. at the YMCA Bldg. Vice- area regional Red Cross director moving picture with commentaryby Saturday will be made by vfi I

'Pres. Bruce Thcmason will presideIn Ground will be broken for Or- was announced yesterday as Y news analyst. Raymond Gram Rudolph Ton Abele and Mrs. Sally t
speaker for the annual meeting of t Swing will be shown at an Trope of the Institute of World f
the absence of Mrs. Georgia P. lando Hall, new Rollins College Problems in OrlandoResults h Government at Rollins College.
!
of the Orlando
open meeting
the YN
Hammond president. classroom bldg., at 9:30: a.m. on Orange County Chapter. i
World Fed-
chapter of the United
James B. Keith chairmanof American Red Cross, which will Spreading tips and scales on
May 28.
American railroads average 100 'of a series of nation-wide surveys on the use be held May 27 at 8 pan at the eralists at 8 pjn. Tuesday at the asparagus stalks Indicate over- t f fi
!
pounds of freight hauled 310 the Orlando Hall Committee Sorosls Club. Chamber of Commerce Bldg. i! .
and efficiency of parking meters have been obtained by Pres. Voorhis announced maturity.
,miles every day for every inhabitant announced yesterday.A The announcement was made Harry
of the United States. motorcade leaving Orlando the Cifizen's Committee of Orlando it was announced yes- by Lloyd F. Gahr. chapter chairman W yesterday.The f t

will precede theCeremony. terday by Sophie Grundler, vice chairman of the organization who said that Carter would film Is designed to show I
City Hall at 9 ajn. only
be
formed "discuss Red Cross activities in that war can prevented HEAR EVEN IN Ii
which recently was to encourage installationof
will proceedup .
is
The parade with when the United Nations granted I
disaster
peacetime emphasis
oC on -
Red Blood Cells the machines here.
Orange Ave. to Winter Park preparedness and relief." enough power to enable it to r
College where over The committee's major function. only one used to park before outlaw' war making. NOISY PLACES
and Rollins
Grundler said is to encourage meters were installed. The annual election of officers -
Miss
Must Be committees hare
Kept members of the staff Standing
Up 700 faculty '"This" committee members and board members will
Orlando citizens to study for six
will be gathered to been appointed to serve
and students be held during the meeting, and
said. "is in cities where hour KARL LEHMAN [above New AIMn-One
] Lake Sonoton
Keith heads
watch. the service. the "pros and cons of the parking reports on chapter activities will months. James B.
If You Want To Members of the Orlando com- meter question and then get out parking been laws in similar force." to Orlando'shave be presented to the membership.Gahr County Chamber of Commerce a political action committee Hushes Noise-You Relax!

mittee are making every effort to and vote in the referendum on Police officials of Orlando explained said there are approxi-I secretary, will be guest speakerat I which Includes :Mayor William Mattie This newest Sonotone is the
Feel AliveThousands have aU of the 430 donors and June 3 when the parking meter this by pointing out that mately 11,000 persons in the Orlando Junior Chamber of j Beardall Farmer. and Judge ONLY all-in-one instrumentwith
the motor-
Orlandoans Join
other
question is placed before the downtown business BIFocal Control. Great
many people county who are members of the Commerce tomorrow noon in
cade. voters." merely moved their cars from one chapter. The Rev. William A. Constableis comfort through a noisy day
Now Regaining Old Hamilton Holt of Rollins CofC Bldg., discussing florida's -
Pres. of downtown traffic the See iiiSONOTONE
The. relief space to another hour chairman of program com-
every or so "Each who contributed
Time Pep.Vi and Drive By will preside at the ground breakIng congestion is "a serious problemand daring the working day. $1 or more person during the last fund Place in the Sun. mittee composed of the Very Rev OF ORLANDO
Orlando
Releasing Vibrant EnergyTo and members and of the others will it appears that parking Parking meters can cure this' campaign became a member of, :Melville E. Johnson D. D.. and

Every Muscle,Fibre,Cell each Hall turn Committee a. shovel full of dirt. meters "are the only immediate declaredin evil to a great extent accordingto the chapter with the privilege and: in charge of arrangements for the I 611 METCALF BLDG.
Grundler
answer Miss Police Chief Roy Larson.To .
and for
meeting vote the govern- meeting.
Overwork undue and lack of
worry eer- I TERMITE CONTROL
her committee.
according to- behalf of
tttn foods often reduce the red-blood Orlando Hall ing body for the ensuing )
treortb-and urred. weak. puny present plans, will be ready for "One of the surveys we obtained keep brown sugar from he explained."In "ear.1 Apples continued to "breathe"even 2 I YEARS OF DEPENDABILITY PHONE 2-2101
blood lust hunt and drtr the power. to keep up70U1' occupancy by the Fall term. It shows that Houston hardening, remove It from the addition to the chapter after they are picked and CAlL PHONE OR WRITE r
Every energy day-erery of will be used by the English department Texas. in a eertain downtownarea paper container as soon as it Is members the general public is Invited put in storage. This apple breath
G. F. COOPERConsultantBATTERIES
tiny xl-blood-ceLU hoar-mflitons I and will consist of six had a parking turnover of opened and store it in a tightly to attend." I includes acetaldehyde and vari- H.L.COX7U ,
from ti: marrow of your bone to re- I I classrooms and 12 offices forfaculty. 4,300 ears in one day. This was sealed jar. Air dries out the Mrs. Hudson L. McReynolds.program ous esters which contain the del- t AU.
xhose that are worn-out. low IRMA ST. FOR AIDS
Mood count may affect you la several I It will be modem in without meters but when meters sugar. committee chairman is icate perfume of the fruit. ,
'ways: no appetite underweight I every detail and especially were Installed, this movement
,energy, a run-down condition lack of adaptable to the Rollins small-
:reclatane to Infection and disease. f class plan and conference system increased" to 10,100 cars per ,.. M .
To ret real relief you must keep up day. the committee leader .
'your blood strength Medial authorities.by of education. Among those stated. ,
( analysts of the blood. have by eocltlTe using< the building will be over f'
proof shown that 6SS Tonic IsAmazingly 200 day students the majority These figures speak for themselves WNIYS maw
; effective In building up low I' from Orlando. ." she said. "Installation of
blood strength tn Don-organic nutritional -
: anemia. This is due to the 6SSTonie meters in this one city meant that !
Orlando Hall Is the gift of Or-
; formula which contains special 5,800 additional cars were parked r
J. C. PENNEY CO INC.LMDN.
and potent activating Ingredients.- lando citizens and the campaignto I
in that : 1
in one day an area pre-
Also 8S3 Tonic helps you enjoy the raise funds was undertaken bya
food you at by Increasing the gastric committee that includes Robert viously accommodated only 4,300 I
digestive Juice when It la non-organi cars."
little thus the storach S.Carr.Lloyd F. Gahr. Walter Mc-
Tally too or scanty- She pointed out that a proportionate -
will have little cause ft> get balky Jordan. Mrs. Louis Orr and Keith. TETUBE
with gas. bloat and give off that sour | Total cost of the building will increase; could be expectedin
lood taste. Orlando's downtwon area with
Don wait Xnerglz your body with be 75000. Of this amount nearly Installation of meters and asked I e
rich red-blood Start on 6SS Tonic now. : $50.000 has been raised. -.. .. .
that "every citizen and businessman -
As vigorous blood surges throughoutyour
i Orlando Hall will be the third
whole body greater fresbnec and give serious thought to what
I
unit under the Rollins College '
strength should make you eat better.
V1.
such an increase will mean to the
leep better, feel better work better. ; $575,000 Victory-Expansion program ,
play better nave a healthy color glow tn on which construction has city. .
our skin-flnn flesh nil out hollow "It means that business in our ;:
been started. Walter L. Hays. Or- .
paces. Millions of bottle sold Get a
stores will enjoy corresponding 1
bottle from your drug store.SSS Tonic ., lando. has acted as general chair- a '4\/'
helps' Build Sturdy Health. I'man of the V-E campaign. increase and it further means that ,: ."

a literally be enabled thousands to more find shopperswill parking I + AN OUTSTANDING DAY FOR VALUES g sw j jQUI

spaces with comparatively little _
FOR THE HOME difficulty" she said. CK SERVICE! YOU'VE BOUGH I YUUK

Relief of parking problems will EXTRA SALESPERSONS DRESS SHOES NOW
.
-
not be the only benefit derived _
A Store Full of the Things Needed Every Day
CI Whether Cooking or Cleaning. from Installation of the meters ON SALE COME BUY YOUR PLAY
according to officials of the Citi-

Tel. 6104 Household Dept. zens Committee. : MONDAY, MAY 19th, 9 A.M. MON.SHOES! -

'"These meters are a source of
continual and steady revenue" : J
Joseph BUMBY Hardware Co. they declared "and the money

102 W..Church St. taken in can be used for the 1,500 PAIRS OFCASUAL
maintenance of our streets as
well as the construction and operation -
of off-street parking lots M
for those who require downtwon _
HOTELS RESTAURANTS INSTITUTIONS parking space for long periods of
time." ;
THE SUMMER SEASON IS APPROACHING HOW IS
YOUR REFRIGERATION OUR STOCK IS MOST COMPLETESEE Another survey made in five e BLACKS REDS
US OR WRITE FOR DESCRIPTIVE LITERATURE Oregon cities where meters recently t .WHITES TANS
I were installed reveals that motorists N
in these cities now are SHRIMPSTWOTONES
E. H.
THOMPSON COMPANYEST. unanimously in favor of the FORMERLY
1912 I meters although a large percentage 4'
FOOD SERVICE ,EQUIPMENT SPECIALISTS" fought the issue prior to their PRICED AT RUST
the committee said.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Iinstallatton.the Oregon cities surveyed 3.98, 4.49 SHOES >

730-34 W. Bay St. Phones-5.3907-5-0489 I statistics showed that from AND
five to eight can now park where 4.98


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