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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
Orlando Sunday sentinel=star
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: June 1, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
daily
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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* ORLANDO. FLORIDA. SUNDAY. JUNE J. 1947 FORTY PAGES': !" '




Free Hand in Firing- I'Air Crackup? Toll Commander Plea d S' j .JI




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AllisChalmersStrike -----._._,--,-' ,-" ,.,...." ._..,.," -" '-" House Investigation j

; A PLEA TO 'ALL CITIZENS IN ORLANDOft : I j, -
Of Disasters Seen


Cited As \ Parking Meters- Enthusiasm world-wide(By The Associated series Press of disastrous [- Speaking of the Spectacular. Ii IiA Higher Citrus I ,-




'Red' l ibor Plot \ Mounts in Bid to Wipe Out ,i the past few airplane, days has crackups taken [ I Standards New II


\ Downtown Traffic MuddleDeclaring 180 the lives 428-more killed. than in a major thirdof #'' j


.'; Employer, Union the "enthusiasm of Orlando's commercial and military crashes ( -'- '
representative 1 Uses Also

| Protection UrgedWASHINGTON citizens in favor of parking meters is most encouraging," :I so far least this year.26 other persons were sAt &A U 'ji UrgedExchange : 1

Robert S. Carr chairman _____
[AP] The of the Citizen's Committee for i injured: some critically: and three t L.. : ;

\ House Labor Committee attributing Parking Meters, yesterday announced the names of more I fliers were missing. Head Hits'Cooperation' .
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d than 200 members of his committee.J. Investigators and witnesses reported i I ,Lqjjlj ...
the Allis-Chalmers '
He the apparent causes of the "' \ GJOIt :: .;
"f Strike to mmunists, said i if i urged that 'all citizens in crackups were varied. A'" p1" OlMUND POWEITSundoy : ,1 I ;
OrlandoJoin -
with '
members of thecommittee ,
last night I employers or j jf M. Milligan in Sentmef-Stw $*>ff. _. -1 1

!f .ttnlons "should.be free to discharge voting for I TAVARES Higher m'- ;- ,1 J Jt
park-I

f:. Party member or expel, any Communist"I, To Help Run ing meters !, I IIitI: u r i t y standards, co-oj er>- !(1
1 election :
s p e c: ial ation between large grcnfejs i ;
l The recommendation was hued Tuesdayv : <<
on sub-committee Investigation\I\,-Orange Court Carr added!: '. and new uses for citrpf arg
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:f of- the: Wisconsin $ rtke.t j I I 'The enthusiasm' live _ _ _ _ _ major needs of the Fjfer3a ,
A sub-committee had reported 1 No immediate change in I with which citrus industry C. C. Commands: A-
reP-! The cause still was lIt doubt but b' wx rii'iii'srnt'some
M. ** 'i i 11. n I l management or personnel is f general manager of thE'- Hprmt; JI
r' I resentAUve c I t 1-)L witnesses told investigators 'n
Food
Fights Communism'WASHINGTON (
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9 I!contemplated by the new jzeus of. Orlando Citrus Exchange. said ?eHJpajC -
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Traey .
If I in'' Holiday \ I Speaking before the anna&l
7 Toorheea who administers War ,. owner of the Orange Court have Joined \M\r .
( CHICAGO [UP] Memorial !
Department foed distribution in t the progressive'
jk. [Hotel, the Shasalell Corp. of Day weekend accidental deaths Citrus. School Heads Named l !
& occupied countries, said last I effort. to secur, Carr -
f Bight 'Communism-would "take j I i i Orlando. W. !wi. garner, one of 1 parking meters fox our downtown oared to J32 yesterday, and the // LAKELAND [AP) Dr. James .: I

; enr- if the U. S. quit, feeding i.the principal stockholders of the !I shopping area is most encouraging.I total was expected to 10 math B. Radii& Auburndale, and Df( t
,the Germans. j: I personally appreciate their co- higher with one day still to go David R Langfitt, Lake Alfred "t.
corporation said last night. in the have been named heads of the -
J 1 i operation. ; three-day holiday. Auto tt
( th4 Allis-Chalmers: plant "was| He added, however that his son- "Civic (1'Oups-both' men and fatalities reached 120. The na Florida Southern CoIIeg Clt-;" .

;:: Seltxted by leaders of the Com J''in-law, James: M. Uffligan, would women-as well as individuals in j I tion's two worst airplane crashes' .". res School Redd win head the't, I
inhlstoryclaimed94flyes.. Ot/J school and Lamfitt will be dii : i
f munist Party u the focal point]b e associated: every part of the city have A $ __ .
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I ; 'p 1 rector of research, assuming da r
:: for the 1941 strike because of the with S. O. Crean. ment heartily to endorsed rid the city this of an move Intolerable they saw the tall .section! of the Y A 5 \ 1 A I ties An*. 1. __ >r -' ",;' f

' Important work it was doing for manager, in thehotel's traffic situation. big plane come off before it / ... !.
: meeting of the Lake Region Pack:, -
I the Navy. operation. -Judging from the growing in- plunged La flames.
+4CAO / !:1 Lug Assn., one of the Kxehange's-
Another Son-* ,45k4' .4 -
-rhe class hatred which Communists r Less than 24 hours earlier the tJL "
The Meter Battle I / largest affiliates Commander declared : .
In law
; Mayor ,
I consistently to arouse previous wont crackup crash in I
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; I William ,' column makes its last appearance "failure of the biz growers ," '
Beardall,
....., against employers inevitably hampers In The Sunday Sen- the nation's aviation history occurred ,l. / II f
to co-operate is responsible tij( j r -
. and -destroys the ability ot Is president of tinel-Star today. ,See Page 7. when a United Air Lines -
. ; the Shasalell wrecked ( I the situation today:" jr -. t ;
both.sides "to 'engage In sound place was in an attempted q/ -11 1 .
manifested to date I am -$ '
terest "Everybody is always saying;
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collective take-off in New York 41 ; ,
causing ,
!. .. JtargaininavIn CorpSiI. confident we will have a repre- I ,
"' ... of the -'- 4" small growers should cooperaij| "
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: deaths. I -
The bve oQfide 1 sentative vote in the parking I
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: ofOrlando's 6 This is important. but the -
hotel' I
;each ether,1. one meter election Tuesday. i Investigators said a sudden shift I t
'_ fin- "Every registered voter owes in wind took place the growers must co-operate, too? -.;
as plane
.; The ub-eom iIttee's, report' It. to his community to make .. standards'' I
Higher
eailorU01. MUUgaa J maturity
I was,attaining air: speed. .IA..2 ///
; went : j certain of casting his her -
on or
Southern for both fresh and canned f ruft\ -
: 1 by the Hotel.Corp. of. ,
."It Is with that In Philadelphia, .Rep. Scott .... \
thought In mind
Miami which acquired the' Continued on Page 7: CoL C] 0I are essential he said. '-';.

: that we propose that any em- |I i property less than. year ago LE.l'aJ said of last night Boos. a Com subcommittee [ I I "Despite statements of some j( J
I the Wallace// player
or a union be free
should '
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when it bonzht the Colonial President Signs i the State's most influential ?
mitteo on Interstate and Foreign Florida Revenue, grow J .
.to discharge is or expel any employewho' cbain. f' h tet.ln' Florida, was Pay Talks Flop Commerce "undoubtedly will examine Into/ Deep South ers that our maturitr standards -
a member of the Com- ,
'annoupcetesterday., ; into the causes .r' the : are high enough now, Mgle J

,)!\Ynis .Part7. I The transaction. effective: today ,, Unite and EAL_disasters. For Three Speeces : l Standards, are necessary; I

t : "Puithennoreno employer'should was .handled; by the- local real'! Coal Seen In Washington Sen. McCarran FDr.eignAid BiLl RALEiaHN. Muddle Swells fresh"and canned, rnal 4 :" I

: be required to bargain with, estate firm 'of Tucker and ,Braii.t Tieup ID-Nevl said he 1 1&'IOint to do 'Wallace, who blasU c.lUP. 'Democratic) Henry A. I "It is a crime Jtbafeihe Florida: '

;. 'liny representative of his em- ham IDe. t f verythinsr I possibly can"for WASHINGTON '!t canning mdIUvrot.. Qader
j I creation of [UPIl'res,1 foreign policy as a likely road to j ,
; V ployes' .wtuT {s a 'member of th Hamer. who was', associated l tn f fownenhip. WASHINGTON t A. P 3 1 Safety Board us as Insurance Independent ala.1nafIUth Air: : war. swlngSvhis,nation wide speakIng TALLAHASSEE tAP ]I both Federal and State fensipe: -

--J Communist Party or by reason bf of .the' AnzebiltJHotel: i' Threat.'Of Ir.n ew nationwide : f17tnc eatutropbes. Trumansigned.the.$350' mil- \ tour next week Into the Solid, Chmn. Pejrry'Murray ol.the! Even grade_A Juice' -Is not too ,

S<4&e".t-' iaad oonstetent promotion'or'eillh bere ttnta.lts'aal* a .,ago, iw|'soft". terk:l strike became I A flight instructor. Allen Francis liori:European ,relief bill.and]t South where his support was never House Finance.and Taxation, ''good." : :
robust.
. -,._'-_..'" 's year I' Coles. 36. of Red Bank,.N.: J.. instructed ,
t. e..lwjpciivte| Wnss Secretary of.State]
" ,that.under its new'owners "the]heavier yesterday as contracttalks and WiUard Ivins. 29.'of Little The former Vice-President was I Committee said yesterday I PofenlUIly the greatest outlet
:. t C.:ttM'.< fla iiat.Party.can reputation of the Orange-Court for) between John LJ Silver Jr..'a student were killed .Marshall to tart at once the,' booked for three North Carolina I.- House members the joint for "surplus" citrus la the beverage
: Teasonably regard him as be- i
I distinctive service would be main-I yesterday "when their' Pper'CUb$ I task.of carrying out Its terms. I appearances Thursday, topped.by committee to consider means ofraising Industry, Commander said. :
to? a member of:or'affiliated vtth Lewis and 75' per cent of the: plane crashed a major night speech in: Raleigh !
tamed and if possible.improved.- \I i after- and a Navy. Under the relief plan as .apPrOved Memorial Auditorium.' j revenue are not In agree-I
suchpartycongreu., 'I operators collapsed over a 35-centl: DC-4 collided near Red Bank.. I- I meat as to the amount of money "With our present acreage, we
1 :The hotel. located at 650 N. Orange an hour pay rise The Navy plane returned t1U I by Congress. 8350 minion I Wallace win be the nest In' i needed by the State. -can produce 129 miffion boxes of

- eannot afford ta Are.,contains. rooms and demand the AFL, base and none of its pasaenrers j! worth of food, North Carolina of Josephos j' Both House and Senate have,i fruit in Florida each, yearC; deny employers and unions these I I medical supplies, former of the appointed fire members to joint'
i apartments,, and 1 is four stories1 : United MineWorkers was Injured. Daniels. Secretary ,, is certain to be a surplus. To hold .
rights If we are to preserve a 'high. Within the i were Near Tokyo an Army: transport I fertilizers and Navy. aIn -1 committee named ta make recommendations -
; free enterprise system in the building, are seeking. I crashed in the mountains Thursday feeds win beJ 1 Washington Sen. Hatch (D- on the floor of revenue up prices we will either have to

United St.etes.'F .*. dining room swimming pool and The breakupof ,;; ,killing fO."Th American traftstruck I shipped' overseas. 1NMI said that even If Wallace | proposals introduced in the Legis- destroy this surplus or find a use -
cocktail lounge. It was built in the negotiations a 500-foot ridge as it was this year.' : should form a third party, "'1t i lature during the waning days of'the for itThe beverage Industry
Other Capitol Hill developments early 1920s.Doctors. be',' ::- Most of the {I session. i i
: heightened t approaching: Tachikawa for & ;; wouldn't have a chance of wln1 I !
ji : prospect that amine landing., i I. shipments will go ;1 nlng" in ';48, 52 or any other'! Murray said he had asked State (Continued on Pace 4. CoL 21
\ Sen. Hawkes IR-NJ1 predicted Nurses walkout Bad visibility was' suggestedas I I to Greece, Hungary political year. j{I 1 Budget Dir. Homer Graham toj .

.. that most tenants win to July might pro 4 possible cause for the .: ', Austria. 'I And in Memphis Col. Roane :.prepare a' new estimate of the i The Weather .
agree Italyr Poland. Waring, American Legion past I i sum needed if the State 1 is to meet [ _
of Airways
test crackup Iceianding
J 'voluntary' 15 per cent rate Increases Called ,in Twister vide the first an i
I 1 I the record made
: U his. rent-boost formula of new legislation plane which struck a : China. and Tri- tf commander decla.J ed Wallace "is! appropriations ORLANDO AND VICINITY*
becomes law. ELK CTIY Okla. UP] All Elk to deal with national mountain in Northern Iceland ieste.i 1 openly and defiantly giving aid'!: this session. : Partly cloudy with lltUe change

I t- Sens. Taft (R-Ohiol and George I City doctors and nurses who could emergency Thursday killing 2$. !i I Administratorof and comfort to Russia. The figures are to be ready for .; in temperature tocta,' through
.:. ID-Gal-ranking'members.of the be'spared left here last night for strikes and curb Twelve persons were killed in the Drogram 'submission to the committee at tomorrow; scattered afternoon -
:, Senate' Finance Committee- Leedy. a town of 564 persons in Lewis union activities; !the collision-of two planes Thursday is expected to.be' Marshall Baby Black MarketIn the next meeting, scheduled for i thunder showers mosurt m i- l
agreed that if Pres.Truman vetoes': West Central Oklahoma after a if Pres.'Truman, signs it. And the at TiBburg. The Netherlands i!Richard Allen veteran Red -Cross tomorrow. 'I row. ; ":i ;

the GOP income tax reduction bill i, tornado reportedly/ the community President is generally expected to Three plane crashes Argentina i:official with many years of experience Savanah Murray reported House Committee 1'--
the nation's taxpayers can expect, in a shambles. I tate all factors into account hi!the past three days killed four and : In European relief work. Charged members have reached varying V-

no relief this year. -" Leedy could: not be reached by deciding for or against a veto. I injured one critically. I Meantime, the President made : SAVANNAH. Ga. tUFl Miss 1 I conclusions: with regard to Ficr- Cracker Jim Sez:

And last night Republican leaders telephone because of.broken: lines.'I .Lewis Is holding H..rate t tnfloUatlonl. I Other crackups Included Three I definite plans to leave for-Can-. :Mary Poindexter. director of the' ida'S financial position. Them there fish is shore W-.he ;
set their sights for Congressional Earlier reports of a twister came ..whkh resume next were missing and nine escaped -I ada Jane-9' for" a,brief good will State Department Public ]-i i A deficit of $19 million annually:bluR aroun mid mornin and tst. '
adjournment on July 28 and Trom Higgins. Tex.. where 4$'per I Tuesday,with the Southern. Coal I when an Army B-29 crashed.on a -I, visit., fare in Savannah.. charged'yesterday has been predicted all appropriations got my pole an fines already for.
sons-lost their lives in tornado 1 II '
ordered a speed-up>in the legislative a Producers Assn.I I' takeoff at Fairbanks Alaska. He also will go to Georgia June thata operators "trafficking',I are met. em. Jed Prod's ole woman said
program an along the line." in April and frorn'Shattuck. and Thursday. Twelve were injured at 25 for the 20th anniversary celebration -! in human beings" are running, Meantime. authority of highway -she was goin along with me an
Arnett, Okla. I II I But the Southerners previously Bogota Colombia when a ColombIan -I i of the Warm Springs 1 black market In babies here. The 1 patrolmen to make arrests was ;Jed so that she
Voice 'of America From I. I[ have been unwilling to grant as Army Alrforce transport. Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. -. charge came after discovery. a'':questioned today by Sen. SturgiS couldkeephimQuten
Denver ApartmentBlast < much as the others and some : crash landed Friday after striking -i similar operation last year and aj:i Ocala. who said effectiveness of the Eagle ,

Africa To French Stilled I Kills Three '' major operators predicted these'! a buzzard. A Royal Air Force Liberator I grand Jury investigation of con-1'|: the patrol 'is_in Jeopardy." ;; water long auntfoxhlmtocatth
negotiations too will collapse ne.xt ; bomber blew up on an air- ditions. but Miss Poindexter Hid i- I
WASHINGTON of the IAP1 of Final America programs DENVER tAP An explosion' in :i week., port runway Friday at Utchfield. Chinese Crisis/ Brings babies some of them born to unwed !!: Greeks Hold Bulgar; a good size mess ,.
Voice ;
t I an apartment building killed three England. Injuring four civilians. Riots Death to Five mothers-are sun being sold. i> of them, bakia -
official radio overseas transmitters ,'occupants yesterday and injuredI i Ickes Urges CountryTo Three French Government fliers' 1' j|Vessel on Suspicion tI t fish. If fen wedon't t''
In North Africa. were broadcast (API A riot In Can
SHANGHAI ,
wartime at least eight others.The landlady were killed Thursday when their 1 1 : German Plane Wizard i I I ATHENS Greeo (UP] Authori !-I git a bate j -
:Yterday. winding up a t of the two-story brick struo Form Oil Policyi crashedin ton In which five students were ofeminU1emorntn
Junkers plane
., 'igement between the United transport : reported killed and scores were Injured i ties on Lesbos (Imytilinil Island j
'--: '.. -tj.and; France.to ture killed Mrs. with Gertrude her Rowan 11-year-old, 60.i i WASHINGTON rAP Harold L a mountain range 650 miles or missing featured China'sdeepening -May: Come to America iI j|. are holding the Bulgarian motor- we're go- kin '
was. back rite fore w1ljtheLI
flroa5tS the Balkans and i Ick.es former Secretary of the Interior southof Algiers. crisis yesterday. The NUERNBERG, Germany tUP ship Varna on suspicion that it' midnife.
V- Middle"iXst. Will be skirted to i grandson Breckenbridge.Richard Rowan 68. Two and M.off urged last night that theUget Domestic plane travel at La civil war worsened, currency declined Willy Messerschmidt the German .,was helping the Greek guerrillas.. j' be bitln agin. Them rains .
J JC. Guardia Field New-York, dropped wizard who developed the dispatches from Mytilini City said >the last few days hasn't hart them- .
Munich. Germany : steadily and the nation fig airplane
; :ether relajvat i
\ eight persons taken to hospital busy on an oil policy to
: rascals calm habits
capacity none alaU/c-
below peak yesterday. Jet-propelled fighter for the LufU i i yesterday. It was believed however -
J British Broadcasting : ijuratively held its breath in anticipation -
the
*nd- to were.In. critical condition.- meet the needs of possible war. : -
;
\ .J i Although'some airline representatives i b fthe threatened antiwar wane said "yesterday he may go ,i that the Yarns eventually f ..t .
I 'j ?orp William eIpn. Assistant See- I said unofficially the recent ,, student demonstrations two : to the United States soon-to help would have to-be released. The; TODAY* TioesOairMn 1'1 -

iretary of -Stati said the 'Algiers ,- UNTIL A BETTER- ONE CO.MES ALOHG'1'Maggie i it ; air crashes might be the .cause; days ,hence | develop an American plane propelled 1 ship I was discovered -maneuvering -' sad C31*p.m BMC&.; Lev TWlms seer KUft am. &sos nd U09 tar. .
f radio played ammportant part In HMM .HMMMMM MMMMM M M MV MnMnMi MMHi M MMMWHWMMIM HMaMM W the,, majority said fhe condition by atomic_ 'energy.I I' slowly Lesbos'TuesdaY" night. pflCocas :-: -
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( Btacti Tid :. :
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the war years SSL a' communications -.l' I II' was v normal in the middle of i ArmBelieves America ; : i 8:41: PJJ14 Low 1M AJB. J -

L1. link with Uy French resistance -' Mayor's/so/ Takes weekend holiday. Could Win Atomic .THE GALLUP POLLTruman's : 63SB Wbtti.;*Low mist 124)6 tittsf: a.JIL ni tllJI4*M IM 9.. ;:.
t 'forteS.-i : } i War Sun PtutMi BtMC 5:29: set st?. ,

I' I BLOOD DONORS: 'WASHINGTON UPI The K eord,LOCAL 4 by V.TIMPUATUCES B. Weather BBTMK at )- -

Tonight's Masks Over as MaggIe the ,Marshal'j 1 1i HELP US MEET I United States'could be preparedto : Popularity ;Unalclpal" Mtxinwrn Airport: (iHrimeM 71 ;.'
tis
a ., Th4.ket. 1. 3:25. S:2S. survive an atom bomb attack of ,. ts... _._ 54 1 1 JJ.IL _. 'SS-
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j SOAP LAKE, Wash. rAP] Maggie Waltho who fired ANY EMERGENCYIt I any probable magnitude and come -5sm. !4L.2p. K) --
'vff;. T1I ;(.od .130.: J3S.: 825.LauhJ I back to. defeat Any enemy, the : : 3 an.--: = wy apjk: :=== TI .
Halted Late .
'CAIa0;. C1.b; 2O ...1.51. 5:51, i the town marshal: l, James Rigas and,toolc away his station Army's Chemical Corps experts Found in Survey 4 ._ 73 4 .Jfc -. -,}$ : :
does not hurt to give blood: 1 s P-a. rrPJ
,. "cOLONY':$2. : ,at AndH rty.I wagon reckons "a,woman'can,take care of this one-horse I II a careful check of the potential I believe.. CoL Maurice E. Barker -' $5.5' ,:,:::::; :I : -:== w --0

,:20.alUm.:10. .: atac-'UJah e";$5. .:"- Jt&1IoId.:30' : j town. I'libe the marshal until better one comes along.1"I donor is made to be certain thathis commandant the Chemical I Director, Amencon lj GEORGE II1S'iof GALLUP Pif OpmonPRINCETON 1am a ..... ____...._.I3 lx f t sm.fja.ft____ .,. :
k : school at Edgewood Arsenal .. .... .
Corps I
:r, ", fO:3I; Oft rwTbe Trap. 1:00.2:11.. I i Ebullient Mrs.. Waltho. who is no lightweight Mayor. physical condition, warrants '', a s-n. -- -----_- 4ELSCWMEKC : i
-" -420., RIALTO 5:39.: o. i:2O.U ::.hr..er. 1:18. '1270 pounds!. is. the key'figure-in< a'donation., Md. yesterday. N. J.-The phenomenal rise of zes'!t: :::: :::::: ::1 : .::: ;::.:= -g:14 ':; -
Jobad7 Truman's popularity which began last., Winter has ior the i .
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< wcd. afO .1;$$ littleonehorse' --- -- : t
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: ; Wwp"controversy '
t I a lively bad asked for the resignation a Central Florida Blood Bank- I, present halted. IIC : .. fdt .
-. voGUzJ Lad, III Uae LaUi" 3:30. .: i which. has aroused asmuch' month ago."for reasons I felt were Charter t n..ruTVtU ;"::.
.: sr-. ,, sDasua $ ue; 220. ,UG. t interest u.the 'discovery Justified., ,Can 4268 for appointment i 4 'J9Service From coast to coast today, 57 per cent of'voters polled wASBINarOJI UP Weather 3uru 0.: -

'.'; DaM w: without aeHr..t tVw r that Sosp' Lake 'tastes like Itaound3.but.wontmakk 7"In.a fourth class town. what,' : : by the Institute say they approve of the'w y he is handlingcent :!irep eo4U rttw a ,.1'-Ni rt w tot Uu M Mua. #.< J'ii :

:;. "liD DtLANDr akkoek:'TrUI nr011 StrMt a T1ct DRHtAJ,... Wild ; : sud&F "the Mayor goes,"she l.SStrted.'iAnd '! 197 Oimc I 4v: his job as President as compared i Atbflth 75 14 41 t 1 ....... 'ft ; Svi -
irerrau ;- it's the town marshall,U1&t 1947aw ,to 60 per'cent in a similar poll :AU..U .15 52 Ucmpbli. 82 it < 4
1, ROVAD:=USC I'L09'- F "Maggie the,:Mayor";; disclosed goes this time ..: I- -'J: reported In last..March. The drop compares ,doelymth The AtZ'aut Cit 1 S5.|' Mam1 M :.a -- -
ettAntJ:8: CITY: Fv.AI.t m u''{4 TeL/- this'tieek.\hat ahe.h&d'uke4 for ,. Will the new MayorMarshalCarryaweapon7 Soft 1k ::1oW."., .". s.l I : when the Inet1tu6e'a popularity of JtankHn. Roosevelt -I! m $1 4t I, uma.. P'J .1 SI J.-'
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. :Orange) CityGraduation Miss Estes' I Stetson To Award E11gageme11tA1111ot.11ced Mobile Unit I Mrs. Leveille


: I I X-ray To Entertain

EngagementAnnounced
I (CSpecioJ to The Sunday SennetarJDELANDMrL !
109 DegreesMonday (Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Starl] Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] C. L.
memberswill Allen
of Commerce arid-
Set Wednesday [ LAKE MARY-A June weddingof SANFORD-Junior Chamber Mrs. William Leveille will enter.
when
much interest here will be that the chest X-ray survey Tuesday morning tain Monday with a luncheon
Sentinel-Star open in,
[Speciol to The Sunday ] :
; By I VIDA CHISHOLM [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Starl I the mobile unit !
1
Sentinef-Star DELAND-Degrees will be awarded tomorrow to 109 of Miss Lorelei Thome to Al Bryant -I they will arrive in& body to be X-rayed at I honor of Miss Jean McGregor
The
ISpeool to Sunday COCOA Mr. and Mrs. HaroldC.
Kircher
I Mrs. Edward of I I bride-elect of this month.
Graduation exercises will be Estes. of Atlanta.announce the Stetson University studentS-many of them veteransat \;. Jr., of Winter Park which is I of the State Health Department Mrs. Lana Bronson has return

3 e1d Wednesday night at 8 pjn. in engagement Of their daughter. t the 64th annual commencement exercises to be held at announced today by the bride-i the Tuberculosis Assn., announced yesterday.1 ed from a trip to New York and

the school auditorium when Helen I Jane Elise Estes. to the Rev. Donald Elizabeth Hall Auditorium at 10 a.m. i elect's parents. Mr. and Mrs. William !! The Seminole County Health r I I Pennsylvania. She was accompanied
Xee. Mary Hatten. Tommy Crews Bennett Bailey son of Dr. and !! Thome of Lake Mary.The I Unit has released the schedule of Joins Dr. Frank Quillman of the by her niece. Betty Bell
George and Raymond Hillshiemer Mrs. John C. Bailey of Rock Hill I The Rev. Ellis A. Fuller D. D., president of Southern I i I operation for the State Health Health Unit in urging all parentsto I and friend Alma Biddleton, *hn
receive diplomas from the 8th 'Baptist Seminary w1flI < : groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
S. C. Theological Department mobile X-ray unit bring their children 15 or over I will visit here.Sunday's .
grade. I The announcement will be of interest !I deliver the graduation address. A. Bryant. which will be in the county this for -family check-up" that you birthday greeting n
-' A brief Memorial Day servicewas to the many friends of the :I Commencement activities !Maitland Man June 29 is the date set for the week June 3-12. .Because* of the may know for sure." I to EL F. Bellows and Ronnie Jonea.I .
.
held at the cemetery Friday' bride-elect's relatives. who are started yesterday with a dinner at wedding which will be solemnized'' of large'groups wno have a Monday Louise Curti will be eel*..
under the auspices of Auxiliary of well known In the: community.Miss the University Commons given by at 8 p.m. at the Lake Mary Presbyterian 'response been notified of these dates and I brating.
Home
Veterans of Foreign Wars. Flags ," Estes' late mother- was the I the Alumni Assn. honoring, the Church with Dr. J. B. I the advantage of free chest X- Ned Smiths' Lake i Mrs. R. H. Brown Mrs. Ray.
:and flowers were placed on soldiers former Miss Hulda Gotshall. : graduating seniors. Judge J. P. Root of Sanford performing the Spaulding Mrs. L.
< I j it is expected that a very i I in Small Fire mond H. c. '
,' graves. I daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. I|i Simmons of Miami. president of Killed in 'Crash I ceremony. Friends of both families rays of the citizens will Damaged I Ruttler and Mrs. E. L. Mickle of
large portion
Mrs. Harley Strickland has re- William Debra Gotshall of Cocoa the association presided at thE. are invited to attend the ere- i {Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Sforl I Orlando are visiting Mrs. J. God .,
turned from St. Petersburg where and Scranton Pa. She is also I i I. appear. Silver Late Dreka at her
II dinner. The annual president's mony. unit will be in Ge- SANFORD The frey summer home
'she was a guest at the home of niece of Miss Sallie Gotshall. Mrs. iceptlon honoring the re-I I [Spe-jo'' to Tie SunderSent'nelStorJ; ) I I Miss Thomeis a graduate of I The X-ray June 3 from 9:30 home of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Smith at Haw Creek. N. C.

Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Baker and II I John H. Wahl. and Mr. J. E. Got- classes was planned this year SANFORD Allen F. Powers Seminole High School of the class :ajn.neva to Tuesday 11:30 ajn. near the. gro- was badly damaged with heavy Mr. and Mrs. R. B. HaIl have

.-family. shall all of Merritt Island. i an outdoor affair scheduled to be who lived near Maitland was wa- I of 1946. and also a graduate of I store Oviedo, Tuesday 2 pjn. smoke from ,an ignited refrigerator as their guest their son Hal of
Mrs. Allen Callom and Mrs. F. | The bride-elect is a graduate of School of Beauty CuI ]- cery ;
held last night on the Chaudoin tally injured in an auto accident the Orlando 9:30 am. Friday while they were ,away. Chicago.
;J McCulley of Los Angeles. Calif the to 4 p.m. Wednesday, .
: Napsonian School.
Atlanta.
discovered by neighbors Miss Cecelia Mruz Is down from
.and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Young of :: and of Mount Holyoke College. lawn.Seniors and their parents were here Police yesterday.Chief Roy Williams. said I I I I ture.Mr..Bryant graduated from the to 11:30 ajn. and 2 pm. to 4 p.m.. The,fire Mr.was and Mrs. Charles Tyler, Jacksonville this weekend visiting

L Winter Garden were recent guests | South Hadley Mass. At present guests this morning at the annual Powers apparently lost control of ,I Winter Park High School and was at the Health Unit Office. and extinguished before it gained I her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
here of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Anderson I
she is church secretary of the for three in the Marines. He 9:30 Karol Mruz. .
.' President's breakfast which his car at Geneva and Park Aves. i i years Casselberry Thursday. any headway.
,:' Mrs. Lois L Leavitt and Miss !I Westminster Presbyterian Church ,, was attended by about 300 with .and that the machine jumped a I. is now playiLjr shortstop position a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Post Office; I Smoke was coming out from tinder Mrs. A. Lavellee who has been
Atlanta. host. : for the Sanford Baseball Club.Al55 2 to I of the lake home visiting her daughter and son-in-
:Mildred Sturdevant spent the I President W. S. Allen as curb tore out a concrete manhole Altamonte. Thursday p.m. the room .
=weekend Edgewater at the home throp Mr. Bailey a graduate of Win- I Today at 3:30 pjn., the Schoolof frame sheered off al huge palm ::I 4 pjn. Fallen Store; Longwood I when seen from the Tyler yard. law. Mr And Mrs. A. A. MuHaHy <
Training School. Rock
:of Mr. and Mrs. Playters Wilkinson. -|I' and Davidson College. and Hill also II Music will present a concertin I tree and came to rest against ani i :Duncan Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 The kitchen window was broken will leave Wednesday for Rutland
received Elizabeth Hall auditorium which ,other palm tree. :l a.m. Hotel Park; Lake Mary In and the fire extinguished witha and Montpelier. Vt., accompaniedby
,. Patrolman J. B. Houton and :: Columbia theological training at i will include numbers ty the Stetson -]j i iI Friday. 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Com garden hose. Mrs. Alec White who will go as
Seminary. Decatur Ga.
; Powers died en route to a hospital far New York with her.
family have rented the Wentworth i Glee Clubs, Symphony OrchesI -I I munity Church; Lake Monroe, as
and at Princeton To
Seminary. Williams added. The accident Many Granted Word has been received
i iI 11:30 Alex Johnson here
house on West University Ave. Princeton. N. J. He is pastor of I tra. and outstanding soloists. The June 9, 9:30 ajn. to ajn
at 3:40
happened Dennis
'Mrs. Roy Smith and Mrs. Lyle the Emory Presbyterian Church I concert will be followed by a tea I am. I and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. near post Absence that George Ahleit Jr,
Smith, of Watertown. N. Y.. are I Atlanta. I tat 4:30: p.m. in the Chaudoin par- Police were unable to locate any !! This Week office; Goldsboro Tuesday 9:30 Leave of 1 fireman second class USN. son
"guests here of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. The wedding will be an event of bra honoring parents and visitors. !relatives in Maitland. Powers' wife. : m.m. to 11:30 a.m. West [tSoecW :0 The Sunday Sent-net-Storl-! I of G. D. Ahleit of DeLand. has returned

.Smith....\. early--- -FalLMiss--- I The graduating exercises tomorrow ''Mrs. Sarah More Powers, having [Soeciol; to The Sunday Sentinel-Sforl! ] teenth St.; Georgetown Thir-I SANFORD Alex Johnson to the the United States after
Howard Stafford left recently !! at 10:00 a.m.ill be pre- left about a week ago for the : SANFORD Miss Marguerite nesday 9:30 ajn. to 11:30 teacher of the Seminole County I touring Mediterranean area
for" Whalonsburg. N Y. I ceded at 9:15: am. by a concert by North. Her brother. Morris Moreof I Duncan Friday flew to San Fran- Sanford Ave.. near I I Agricultural School at the High aboard the cruiser" USS Ports.

Floyd McHenry left recently for j I Barber the Stetson Concert Band on the Belmont. Mass.. was notified. cisco. Calif.. to become the brideof Midway, Thursday 9:30 ajn. to I School Farm, 19 years* has applied mouth.
'West Union, W. Va.. after a visit j lawn of Elizabeth HalL Commencement Powers' mailing address was Lt. Comdr. Allen Delaney I 11:30 a.m. near theater. ;j for a leave of absence, and
Thunder which is consideredthe
here. II the trustees of District 1 have recommended -
I speakers will be honor : P. O. Box %96. Maitland. Thursday of this week. !
i This unit will be in Sanford loudest noise.
common hu
John Henry Wolf and wife of i that Jt be granted.
; Oakland. Calif.. are visiting nisi i CompetesIn guests at a following dinner today graduation and a I His body yas taken to the R. Miss Duncan Grady is the Duncan daughter and of June 3, 5, 6, 9. 10. 11. 12, from I I Johnson gave as his reason 111 i never been heard unmistakably
luncheon G. Brisson Funeral Home here I City Inspector I 9:30 am. to 11:30 am., 2 to. than about 20 miles from
:father. Bill Wolf. on May St. I 1 Mrs. Duncan. p.m. health and said he intends to take more
exercises tomorrow.The 'I where it remained last night pend- 4 at the Health Unit office :i I the flash.
Miss Margaret S.Rogers of Bab-I Contest She born in Georgia buti pm. a rest
was __ _
1922 will celebrate I ing funeral arrangements. Commercial and Railroad Aves.
son Park Is a guest at the home of II class of i came to Sanford and attended local on
; her cousin Miss Mary Strang. I [Sotcicl to The Sunday Sentinel-Star its silver anniversary with I The accident was investigated I i schools. graduating from' Supt. T. W. Lawton of county
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lowery I: KI..CSIMMEE-Chosen to represent a luncheon tomorrow at 12:30 I by City Patrolman Jack Hickson Seminole High School in 1942. 1 schools in stating that he will GRAPEFRUIT GOOD QUALITYFull
ha>e rented the small CUlp 'cottage the Kissimmee Junior Chamber -I p. at the University Commons. ,and Wayne Raulerson. State High During the war Miss Duncan was personally take advantage of a ,
on West French Ave. I of Commerce, Miss Rosemary 'The Rev. C. E. Saunders ;way Patrolman L. C Bender and employed at the Sanford Naval free chest X-ray. said that he has
*. Miss Dawn Dickinson of Binghamton -, Barber is in St. Petersburg this pastor of Lake Shore Baptist Sheriff P. A. Mero.Mrs. Air Station and went to Californiain I asked the personnel of his office of Juice. 35c a bushel as long as they last.

N. Y.. is a guest at the ':, weekend competing for high hon- Church Jacksonville president I the Fall of 1945. I to do likewise and "it is my sincere I

: Beverly HoteL ors in the Miss Florida Pageant of the class will preside at the Johnson Named Comdr. Delaney is a native of I wish that all teachers of the I Bring your own containers.
: Ebert McDonald was a business which Is being sponsored by the luncheon. and Dr. Harry C. Arkansas. He is a graduate of I county will avail themselves of

:ivisitor; in Orlando Thursday. Florida Junior Chamber of Com i Garwood dean of the university Auxiliary President Tulane University at New Orleans this opportunity." DR. PHILLIPS PACKING HOUSE

merce. | who this year completes his [Specie! to The Sunday Sent net-Star] and when he is released from the Pres. George Touhy. of the TB I
This attractive young lady Is especially I 26th year as a member of the SANFORD-Mrs. Pat Johnson Navy June 5. will havelpent five Assn.. said"to be assured that the North Orange Blossom Trail FdrvillaI

Osteen:; Boys charming as a singer. She j Stetson faculty will be principal was elected president of the Aux- !' years in the service. health of the entire family is all are iiin( these trapefralt becAiss our cannery Is < has a lovely soprano voice and has speaker. iliary of the Veterans of Foreign i The couple, will: return to Sanford that it should be..the TB Assn.,
Class studied with Mrs. Eb Jones..Kis Wars at the re-organization meet- > in about two weeks and. he
j the' graduating .
!Join simmee. well-known voice teacher. ? Following are students ing held Thursday night at the i I will then enter Charity Hospital
She has studied music at Bob ; seniors and post graduate i Chamber of Commerce Building. i, where he has accepted a fellow-

. | At Enterprise Jones and College and MaryvUle College i I _who A....will." -..receive degrees tomorrow i Installation_ of officers will be I ship. They will make their home
for the past year has i ""BathelM; ; ;; ef Artt-Fermaa Wesley seem I held Wednesday at 8 pjn.. at the tin New Orleans.
been a pupil at Rollins I I
tr MILDRED GEORGE College of Mary Ocne Bailey. Helen. Elizabeth Baker, I Chamber of Commerce Building I II
A. K. Hutchins. Internationally : Manaret Jane Bellentine. Betty Bu' Bar and all ladies eligible and inter- I DeLand Baccalaureate !i ,
i [ISoeeJoi to The Sunday Sentinel-Starl) known voice instructor.Miss ker. Jane Bllllnn. catbeiin K&apo Breyette. I t h! -. : 'm
>\l Caidweli. CemllU ested in joining the organization
with his Anita
Hirtr Brown.
OSTEEN-Bobby Nancy
-j mother Mrs. George Hirt and Albert -. back Barbers pet hobby Is horse. .Callahan James R. HIM Casey,R Charles Collier.Clem-Muriel are invited to attend. j Services Set Today, I I Ij -
riding. nta Jr. Ruth Cobb.
Fell and his mother. Mrs. Joe Dickey. Janice I I To be installed with Mrs. Johnson :
; Miss Barber is the daughter of 01)ke) Collnra ).isrgaret j r.Sccial to The Sunday Sentmel-Storl iaIL
I Masters. enjoyed Monday at Burton B. Douelas. AniSe Vinall Feasel. J 'lOarrett. R. l are Mrs. Irving Feinberg. sen- DELAND Baccalaureate
exercises -
Mr. ,
and
Mrs. W. L Barber. Their Joyce C. Oilllam. Carolyn Bat ett
3 Park with the graduating classof I |I lor vice-president; Mrs. Marion for DeLand High School
lovely home known Damaria Hacue
Pine
as Acres ...
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: Enterprise School. !is located Just east,of I Also Clyde X. Halt J.a. E. Harper. I i I Keeling junior vice-president: graduates will be held here'today.
Mrs. Robert Williams spent Kissimmee Virginia Berry HarrU. Ira Jane Hart. Airs. Ralph Dean treasurer Sand

Monday in Orlando. is on a Neptune citrus and Drive cattleman.and her father Jamea Praacea Hearne Burt Harwell.Hobson.' Vlrtlala Emily K.VlrfiniaHowes. Hendry Mrs. Bob Karns. secretary. i The of the Rev.St.LeRoy Barnabas Lawson Episcopal rector '- : i I'Iirainiiiiiiii.I I I
'I
Tloarney Jernlgan. Annie I
; Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Howard of Albert Jordan. Mary Church here. at 8 pjn.: will deliver .
; Eustis spent Sunday with Mr. and IAt Elizabeth Johnson.Land.Frances Richard Susan Wlntbrop Mansur I I Cooked at high heat, egg and the sermon to the high school
Mrs. P. J. Piety. Mrs. McLeod Marjorie Merrill. Elizabeth Alice Mulhol- : milk mixtures are likely to "cur i graduates at the high school auditorium. -
Mr. and Mrs. John Moore and ', land.Miriam Joan Louliw E. Nydeeter.Ratsdale. Daniel Edna M.B.Parrtsh.Robertson. -I I dle." t :! YES FOLKS. THEY'RE AT ASSOCIATED!

son. Mike left Sunday with B. B. James B. Schubiser. Uartaret Ellz I
Franklin for Huntington. W. Va. Honored beth Sharp. _
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and Newark. Ohio. Also. Elizabeth Uartaret Ambrose Rites Staftord.Shaw. Ralph MartarctR. E.etulte. I Mrs. Esther Washburh Visits 1ho/Vew CWfl CkI
; Miss Eva Williams was home svartz. Elizabeth K. Tralnham. Ann
i' from the Orange Memorial Hosyual At Party Sue Walden.Whlteombe.Anna Alice Frances White Walker Pease., SallyJane Donald '

: Friday and Saturday. Eugene Wllkea, Loren A. Wtlllamt.! : Sanford Friends
Maxine U. WUllamz. Katie XUzabetn; wu- on FurloughBf
[Special to The Sunday Sentlnel-Sterl t I cavlomalt
$on Victoria A. Younc. ,
RoccoGives COCOA-Mrs. Norman McLeod. I Bachelor ef Selenee-Joyce X. Caldwell.! Bf MATME HODGKIN" Mr. and Mrs.. J. C. Alday of
,fl3l rQ of Aberdeen. Md.. was honoree at ;, Ann Robert ArdeU Davies Con Henry Jttnmie, Frederick Louise C. KeislinrJr Godwin. I [Special tC The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Gainesville arrived in Sanford Saturday c toastel't

a beach party given by her mother. j < Nancy U McCollum. Joan UUler. JewellU. SANFORD: ._Mrs. Esther Wash- to attend the graduation of j
Tea Mrs. Thomas Blyth. and her sis Ultehell. Ruth Mary Moor Kenneth UPurtt. I their !,
Miss
granddaughter Joyce
Esther Marie Rueker. GladYs Irene burn technical sergeant in the
ter. Mrs. Lester Butler at the Now TODAY .. can hem
Scott. Roselyn 8 klnrer. Harry E. Whitsett. Goodspeed. They are guests in the ,, -- -- yow
Blyth Cottage. Cocoa.Beach this Bachelor. Marjorte of Music Elizabeth Lelaod Williami.H. Arm tron'. Army here on a short furlough home of Mr. and Mra.W.H. Good-i I ; ,,::. ; that new Automatic Toaster you have '
week. "
At Sanford ': Shirley Kathryn Oeorie. Alma Florine visiting friends. Sgt. Washburn speed. boon Waiting for so Ions. And if*
.
The party was a spend-the'.day Granttam. Jewel Faye McCally. ElizabethFutch spent much of her time overseas I Mr. and Mrs. R._ M. Mason of mad.byCAMflftD..Bornofu. >
Special The SeniineJ-Storl) affair with luncheon served by the McEmber. Archie Young McMillan. ---
to Sunday i
Bachelor of Science in Business-QeoreH. i during the war. Jacksonville are in Sanford visiting .x,
SANl'ORD.Irs. J. J. Rocco hostesses. Guests were from Win- Darts. Sammie Lee Dawson. R. Lee Free 1 Mrs. May Dicker*, who has lived :Mrs R. M. Mason Mrs. C. L. perl.nc. and extensive research a
-- Wednesday entertained at a tea tel Garden and Cocoa. man. Josentt U OUlespie, BUlb T. Oower. bavtifwlry d stgn.cl end built for i
Eugene T. Head. Edwin Earl Bufhes. I'tn Starke for a number of years. Powell and Mrs. E. p. Smith. .
in her 16th- St. home honor- Winter Garden guests were: the Joseph W. McCasiin. Melvtne Jones Mc- 1 has returned to Sanford and win I Mrs. W. E. Watson went to I AUTOMATIC POMir per Hits complete and long-lasting ftatlltiewu _- "#'
ing wives of the men attendingthe I I Mmes. Hartman C. Miller Willis Daniel Donald P. McEmber.: Charlotte Virginia Ann Lee make her home with her brother Lakeland Wednesday as the guestof ywi to to H absent-Minded M ywiplease. -

Florida Seedsmen's' Assn. convention I Hall. Bob Rogers. W. C. Reeves, 'I Nordmana.McKenzie Patricia Iris Marian Mazcy.Murray. William in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. A. Mrs. W. G. Rider. I f
.. j Buford Reams. Herbert Pounds. Roy Reese. John Carlton Shaw. Russell i B. Wallace of Silver Lt. and Mrs.'Clyde Hurt and ---
Lake.
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met..ssv..ywf
Norman I.. Drake BUUwell Dowlas Teal Jr Ruth ml"i: Me .
As each guest entered the Thompson Franklin
house:
j
Evelyn: Trundle. Qlendon Edwin: Wetael. i Dr. and Mrs Ralph Woodruff of children Margaret and Michael. it -
she was presented with a white I Cappleman. T. M. Britt Hugh'I II Janet Edo White. !ejogrt'Row.c. i Englishtown N. J..are the parents' arrived in Sanford Thursday from.. 'I Weekly
1' j "5 eec '
c gardenia by Mrs. A. W. Epps, on .I! Lassiter.Ward Britt.Everett Fransworth Gould.Vincent Jack T. Clay K. Stacey.Inman. I of a baby girl Majorie May. born'II Gulfport Miss.to spend three days '-'F sills a ..::. .
behalf Roy Fulmer and Albert '
of
' : the Sanford -
!V Garden Aru-Itlchard M. Teasel Ruth .
Master of i May 9. Dr. and Mrs. Woodruff are with the former'parents. Mr. and 4c..1')
Ctab. COwart. Mrs. A. H. Gleason D. Macenhelmv '
With Mrs. Rocco in the re- Marian Land-talL Milton
I formerly of Sanford. Mrs. J. L Hurt of Oak Ave.
; eelving line 'were Mrs. H. W. and Mrs. F. H. Widener. of Oakland Memory Martin. Walter H. Reed. Rhoda i 0
| SchneckandMrs.R.7T.Ruprecht. I and Mrs John Deer of Wind- 8tudtill Williams.Bible ; Mrs. Mary McCauley will enter'' Miss Sylvia Small daughter of I or if you prefer to pay
1 1t' ;' !I Fernald Laughton Memorial Hos- Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Small former j
1 The tea table was lovely with mere. were also out-of-town'I!, !jpital today to undergo a major Sanford residents. arrived from I HI NMD ClUMS TRAY mtkttH cash S. our price U only
of lace guests.
a cover and silver tea and School .it Hie easiest tenter to rleae.
Jacksonville yesterday to be the
1 ] coffee services on each end. The, Guests from Cocoa were:' Miss i i operation Monday. I
| centerpiece was of pink and yel- Julia Whaley. the Mmes. John > Mrs. E. B. Harris of Blufield W. guest of Miss Jacqueline MeDon- uefl'

f low gladioli flanked by three Crockett. P. H. LaRoche. Charles 'I' Va. and her son Roger are the ald.Mr. $1995.
:- | branch candelabra with white ta- Myers. Ed Newkirk, Loran Butler 'Opens Today I' house guests here of her brother- ] and Mrs. Jennings Hurt and
'I in-law and Mr. and Mrs. daughter Angela. of Orlando are
t' \ pers.- Mrs. Edward S. McCall and V. Cartwrite. William Laycock W. ; sister Pd
: I Mrs. James Robson. Jr. poured.I O. Cavannaugh. Grady McA1li.ster.1 i tSoeool$ to The Sunday SentinelStarlOVIEDO A. K. shoemaker at their Mellon- {i moving today to West Palm Beach _
At the conclusion of the tea i jJr., Walter LaRoche. Felton But- ,I Dally Vacation Bible 1 ville Ave.. home. i I: where he will take charge of a
f gardenias were also taken to the I f'ler.Miss Ellen Wells and Mrs. : School will begin today and con- Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Irwin ofI;I branch office of his present firm. :
menwho attended the banquet liam Browne. tinue through June 6 at the Ovie- { Jacksonville are here visiting theformer's I II !i: Mrs. Mabel Brown has spent the

,: following the tea. The ladles were WiJ-1 do Methodist Church. The schoolis !I parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. I past few days In Daytona Beach COlOt INDICATOR presidestoatt _____ ,
t, a union of the Baptist and other for tnte .
- and eveiy
her David
-- 5 taken for a cruise on the St. Johnst Ten Inches of snow & I Ii Irwin. I visiting son. _
Methodist Churches. Faculty Herndon' relatives. I Kg>t, dark, MVetveea.
Emmett
and
water Robert
River while the meeting was in content on the average
:| session Thursday. i proximately] one Inch of rain ap-I' members have been chosen from i and Tommy Vaughn of the University : Mrs. W. P. carter has gone to i I ________ _
. both churches and all children ; of Florida are visiting their I Tampa where she is the guest of
, from 3 to 16 are urged to at- I parents. her son. I _
tend.


I. ANNOUNCING THE | DeLand Manager Sees Banquet, Dana:>, Party Held _


F. APPOINTMENT OF Need for More RevenueSpec For Seminole S;chool Seniors- #;; r _

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DELAND-City Manager Fred
r----1 Gross. who has returned from a I [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] I The banquet table bore the class _
:I .. SANFORD-The banquet by the and white through
*> "' '* "< g meeting of the Municipal Finance I I I colors of red
: Officers' Assn. held in New York Junior Class of Seminole High red and white gladioli framed l-

i' DON GRACEAS last week. declared the need for I School lot the Seniors at the May- ,:ito fern. The theme was Stars. ...
1 \ ii additional revenue was prevalent fair Inn Friday was a brilliant _
i '",>"'" ': throughout the country. I!affair followed by a dance and;;The attractive place cards of red I
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;, '. "However I have several new terminating In a party held at the and white bore a large silver star _
y.-.' \l ideas about raising funds which I II Sanford Woman's Club by .Mrs. in which was the phok'iaph"of

: hope will appeal" to the City Com H. N. Sayer' and Mrs. Spencer the student designated for each :: Ljrg_
4I 4j missioners. he said. Harden. I

;. i :: : EXCLUSIVE AGENT place.Miss Mona: Ruth Mills said grace _
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Y I IN ORANGE COUNTY coming from Simon Dingf.lder. _

Miss Peggy Pippin sang When

,. You Wish Upon A Star and the _
|! FOR .Star Dust Trio Miss Betty Jane

Copeland. Miss Pippin and Miss i
,Mills sang a number. Following WHAT FINE
r ALL FLORIDA METALAWNINGS ;:a piano solo by Miss Lillian Mor- .

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..........., -rtf' .. '" Junior Class Pres. Bobby Pullen 7 BIG -'. GJFTFOTjJa ;
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: i Senior and Junior Classes the i i'faculty.
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room mothers and 10
Ii by on exduaiy*.process.they me RUST PROOF EASIEST members of the class of "22. LARGEST RADIO AND APPLIANCE STORES

prorldt PERMANENT At the'concuslon of the' ban- _____
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1 ,quire NO MAINTENANCE OR REPLACE- ball room which 'was decorated:

MENT COST. ,in red and white streamers and
':, t nORmA GESTRAD1O AND APPLWlCE red roses and ted gladioli and
i danced until midnight. Performers
FINANCING
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Doris Duxbury In a dance. Miss
; Anita Aiken with ,a vocal solo

i1 DON GRACE ,and Miss Jean Sayer and .SimOb

l Dingfelder wita a dance.

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I were entertained by Mrs Sayu-
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Retail I Sales Fill 59,000 Surplus
i Navy To Assist -- State i



,! Commander ::1 Growers Report BurnedTAMPA

Gathering Urges, GrowerCooperation Below National Average -Cigars


Excellent Week JACKSONVILLE [UP] Florida's retail sales voh me, [API A solid truck load

Weather Data forming 61 per cent of private incomes, yesterday was reported t t lof normally 5900C selling Long at Filler from 174 dfars to

[Continued from Pace 1] JACKSONVILLE [.API Florida. behind the' National League average in its 1946 t24 cents apiece, were burned by

could take care of all surplus citrus growers handling their crops increase. manufacturers yesterday to
WEST PALM BEACH tAP in the United States if means through State Farmers' Markets According to the research and industrial division of the get them off the market

B2$ planes which were designed could be found for bottling a good. garnered additional hundreds of State Chamber of. Commerce,_ I Manuel Garcia Yice-pr *ident saidtheIothadbeenLOIdtOtheNaY
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and Bros.
to bombs to the Japanese ol l-'' of Perfecto Garcia
carry cheap citrus drink. Florida's 1948 sales volume $ .
homeland took up the peace-time r "It will take from $5 million to __ thousands of dollars for their 528629,000 was 227 ,per cent t FLORI DIANA
of and following __ labor during the six-day period Increase 30 months ago and had been repurchased -
Job yesterday tracking $10 million and five to eight years __ above 1945 But the average
hurricanes I to develop and market a drink __ closing yesterday.Top of all States was 30 per as surplus and destroyed -
went to
billing for receipts brand name
the
The 308th Weather Recon- to protect
that will be uniform in quality, Debate
the Plant City unit where the cent.However such old deteriorated -
nisance Patrol Morrison Field meet public approval and be the Chamber believed IYouths against having
hereand at points in the Carib- available the year around. I think peak of the season was reached. this was to be accounted for by cigars reached the public.
is to the Cash returns on the Plant City successive above-average gains I Furthermore, Garcia said the
bean. now ready hunt the Citrus Exchange should put
great winds for the seasonal periodof $250,000 into such vest1iation.- market totaled 291452. during the war year, the ChainI I i,serious unemployment situation
In Car Theft is b-
ux months. Similar patrols will I Commander pointed out that The movement of water- ; ber said; among Tampa cigannakers

be started In the Pacific in August the Nation has just about reachedthe melons increased substantiallyin comparison with 1939 I log aided by this practice
The Navy 'also is expected to saturation point so far as both volume prices ranging from j'i"A oat this contention. From I "It will provide a whole week'swork
operate somewhat similar patrols canned and fresh citrus is con- I $4 to the $8 top of the preceding date Florida retail sales ,TWO youths armed with knives for our JM employes to

ftr the gathering of hurricane cerned. week ''for crates of four volume increased.. 14S per cent. I bound a garage attendant at I replace the number" of cigars
: burned today, he said.
dataThe Consumption could be increased melons each. Okra which sold The comparable national figurewas Jacksonville :yesterday then left total of about
This lot makes a
Federal Hurricane Warning however be believes, by offering up to $940 per bushel, toppedall i 123.Dade ." I I while they debated -
Service at Miami WIll not be activated the better fruit. unit prices on this market I II him in a comer I 500.000 war surplus cigars the
public 1946 with
led in i
County minutes to decide which has taken dow nto the
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until June 13. although theTe4beT for the week. compny
Referring to me season just ENTERED IN CONTEST: Miss Martha Combs is.the entrant of $349,177,000. Duval's $194,253.000 Incinerator.I .
forecasters there are : automobile to swipe. Police city
ended. Commander said there The market showed an increase
werea second and HUlsborough's
the Sarasota the "Miss Florida of 1947" contest was result the is onelof
JayCees in I a company
rea4Y to act on a moment's'notice. in volume of bandits Attendant
number of reasons for low prices. on shipments corn $133,507.000 third. said the used
The will the being held at St Petersburg today and tomorrow. The winner four: in Tampa vast cigar industry -
B-29s replace eggplant baby Limas Fordhook'
There was a heavy carryoverof Ten next highest counties were: Paul Pollard belt to tie his hands t running full employment)
B. 1s as the Army begins Its canned juice: the weather in will get a chance to go to Atlantic City to compete for the limas. Bell peppers and tomatoes. I.I Pinellas, 106525.000: Palm behind him. .. They tied his feet : Louis Lope, assistant secretary,
fifth season of hurricane reeon- the Fall was too warm and .consequently "Miss America" An outdoor will be presented Another market reporting heavy I '
i crown. review n, $78- said.
nalsance. Their long cruising all volume of sales was Fort Beach $ 61.DOD; Orange with dirty overalls. Pollardcouldn't
the fruit ,was of poor this afternoon in which the will be before over. Polk. $66.510000 Vol- I I Several thousand cigar workers -
contestants paraded 552.000: ;
ranee e win enable the planes to quality and met trade resistance. Pierce where the total ran to I, free himself until after
invade the breeding grounds of Ii the public in and bathing suits. $138079 for 25.743 uIa. $47,181,000 s Alachna. $23- here have been out of work
The Lake Region has moved evening gowns p kaies. 965,000 and Leon. $21492,000.: the youths made bumper-to- since January and their plight I ji
the winds and perhaps give even 1,079,000 boxes of fruit this season Substantial sales were noted on of 12 custom- local
greater warning of the approachof and has 40,000 boxes of oranges other of the 27 active markets!in I'I I Proportion of retail sales to total bumper inspections i Is creating concern among \

,, ,a storm than heretofore. I and 20,000 boxes of grapefruit Citrus To Press | the State-operated system. These I private incomes was one point I i era' shiny automobiles. finally set ; and State welfare officials since I Imany
They will be equipped with I yet to ship. Executive Mil Groups reports included summaries of above the national average of 60 tied on a swanky '41 station wagon have exhausted their and unemployment J

weather recording data and radar J. B. Prevatt said in his report. four livestock sales conducted during per cent. the Chamber said, "indi and zoomed away. Three : benefits trade a

and will carry crews trained in the Of the total moved to date 563,000 the week for which. producers rating slightly" higher savings in hours later the county jail at :i lifetime has left in theta one specialized unable to learn-
work. Their information will be boxes were shipped as fresh and received n gross cash total of Florida the flor-
Folkston Ga., Just across
another
in easily. I
Changes' AdvertisingBy $28,216. I i These estimates, credited to the N
radioed to a central point and the balance went Into cans. ida boundary held two youths list- The Garcia factory not only is
made--available to the UJ3. Hurricane 'I Prevatt announced that the The Arcadia State Livestock copyrighted Sales Management ed as Hugh Jones. 22 of- Stone ,
Magazine were said to be slightly running a full crew but is even
Warning Service lor use in association Is out of debt. and Market led with $14.810 for 324
Mountain. Ga.. and John Ramsey
i below estimates of last December, adding a few workers Lopez saM. i
\ public advisories and bulletins on : while it Is not lending money to JACK GURNETT I cattle and 66 hogs.. The Quincymarket' from Census Bureau 20; of "Bukley," W. Va.. on motor : 1
primarily re-
Our On Staff Correspondent]
the"path and intensity of a storm. growers it will assist growers in ;i one-day auction gave 'vehicle theft charges. Police-
; With the big planes the Army. borrowing money from institu- WINTER HAVEN-An insistent demand that the Florida -I producers $1,972' : Plant City's. ports of metropolitan areas. : man Harold Barfield of Folkstoni : Freak Storm Gives

hunters hope to locate the hurricanes tions which have been set up Citrus Commission step up its black and white news-! total was $1,620 and Jay's !said' he found the youths tugging

as quickly after they are for that purpose.W. paper and spot radio advertising, recently voiced by representatives .I 6813. Veteran Animal t i, the station wagon from a ditch t Pilot Bumpy Ride

t? born as possible and perhaps gathi C. Daniells president. an- of United Growers &: Shippers Assn., will be The Lake City market's pine where it apparently became stuck
i data on what causes them totfQrm. nounced the selection of W. G. gum sales during the month Husbandry Teacher I when they tried to make too hasty I In Wild Airplane
f Boyd of Winter Haven' as manager reiterated at a meeting of the FCC, Ad Committee and ad- maintained an average exceeding a turn around.

MaJ. James M. Fancy, plans of the association. Prevatt will visory groups sometime this month/; $7,000 weekly. : At UofF To Retire ,i i TAMPA.LAP[ Cecil Mobley, 36.
officer of the said continue to serve as executive I I seaplanepilot, r lminor, lacerations -
group that it was indicated last night. To Meet
experience has shown that hurricane vice-president. Boyd has served as Prices POMPANO [lAP The Pompano :, GAINESVILLE [API C H. Wil-i Educators yesterday after being
form principally In the manager of several large citrus One prominent citrus man who I Fruit I State Farmers Market closed its loughby, 72, veteran animal husbandry I i SOUThERN education leader thrown from his seaplane as it

Atlantic in the early part of the firms. and has considerable experience has been one of the proponents of I eighth and most successful sea- I teacher at the. University in Paytona Beach :roomed into the air without raoitive -

season and later In the Western in the citrus inspection more 'newspaper and spot radio son yesterday having sent out an I of Florida College of Agriculture tomorrow for a two weeks' work I power then plummeted to

Caribbean Sea. field. He commended Prevatt for ad copy made it plain last night estimated 3,600,000 bushels of 'will retire at the end of the school conference. Dr. Edgar L. i earth so quickly that it was
Much of the Army patrol work his efforts in building the association -I that "I intend to continue the Move Upward produce since it opened last Nov. 1. I year June 15. It was annnounced I II II Morphett, executive secretary .f .wrecked, in -a thunderstorm here
last year was out of Coolldge from a 40-000-box house to il J. I.. Warren market manager. here yesterday the conference, said 150 repre. yesterday.
f I Field. Antiqua: Wailer Field one of major importance in the demand that we abandon costly I estimated about $12!Vi million had I Willoughby, who has been at the sentatives from 14 Southern Mobley said he was sitting \

Trinidad. and Vernon Field. Jamaica 22 years he has been manager. I and inflexible Sunday supplement I [SpeC:0:< to The Sunday Sent nel.Star] [been realized from the sale of I university since Sept. 10, 1912 is I States are expected to attend the, cockpit readying the plane for

but this year most of the Predictions of next season's crop I and magazine advertising for the I NEW YORK Florida citrus 1 vegetables through the mart dur- one of the oldest staff members 'I and make a study of major educational I what he thought would be a mild

k. activity will be at Borinquen Field. were production given by C. C. Thulbery more potent grocery page news- prices moved up sharply in the last ing its eighth season. This figure of the school. I' problems." t windstorm. He said be had cut the
manager. The of is approximately $1'-2 million +
Puerto RIco.because of the Super- crops i over switches after instructional
I paper copy and spot radio. I an J
has i
Marsh seedless two sales of the past week as offerings 1 His request lot retirement
grapefruit and i last year's realization he said, I
fort's greater range. Some will be Temple i A check with the FCC offices been approved by the State Board Ship Repair Contracted flight with students. The wind
oranges will be about the were limited and demand ;,
out of Morrison Field here and in Lakeland indicates that the u--- -- .swirled under the wings and gave
of Co. at
t same as last season he said. approximate of Control on recommendatioI Tampa Shipbuilding
,, perhaps two other bases. There will be approximately i allocation of advertising 1 active. Postal Supervisors Dean H. Hume and Pres. John: JTittert. THE yards many ships for' Mobley't plane a sudden lift It _
funds to various types of media Weather turned warmer in the came down as quickly. Leon Herman -
25 : built during World I
per cent more seeded Choose Meet the Navy were .
grape for
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'Pig Scramble' Staged' fruit and normal crops of pineapple for all products is something New York area which was favor- Tampa Willoughby was born in SouthI War U and where repair and rebuilding flying school manager said -
Ocala Hamlin and Parson : like this: newspaper [Sunday I able for sale of citrus to Summei LAKE CITY API The Florida I I I Illinois and moved to Mis- operations for civilian 1! the plane was worth 12600.
By Kiwanians Brown oranrts. supplements, 392 per cent:,magazines -! State Association of Postal Super : souri hi 1892 and is a graduate of owners has given employment to i Although Weather 'Bureau observers -
Special to The Sunday SentmeJ-Star The tangerine-crop will be about 29.7 per cent; radio 20.6 : resorts.to arrive California in normal Valencias seasonal began', visors yesterday ..elected Tampafor :i the University of Missouri. From I 2,400 workers since has contracted at suburban Drew Field reported -

OCALA-Krwanls Club members 85 per cent the size of the 1946- I'per cent and black and white. volume and prices declined on the its 1948 meeting. 1901 to 1909 he was associatedwith to repair six U.s. Maritime Commission only .10 of an inch of rain
yesterday staged their 47 newspaper 10.5 per cent. Bringing their annual meeting and a 20-raile-an-hour wind the
annual the
"pig crop, seedling orange crop because of the large percentage the Georgia Experiment Station vessels, at a cost ot about .
scramble" in which 27 will"toe The commission recently caned average here to a close members returned storm apparently spent its fury
F-FA and about 75 per cent as large of small sizes. Competing at Griffin Ga. $600000, officials said yesterday.
4-H boys and the same number of I I and the 'Valencia cropwill be ', on the various trade groups such fruits were more plentiful than at E. M. McLeod of Tampa and A E. i During his first 10 years at James M. Irish. USN retired. lover! 'the city where winds estimated -
pigs were turned loose in the show i about 70 per cent as large as last I as United. Florida Citrus Producers time this ''Booth of Cocoa to their offices as Florida he gave outstanding aid said this work would supplementwork i at 50 miles an boor andtorrential
ring of the livestock Trade Assn. the Florida Canners any year. i i president and first vice-president [ rains fell for a short
pavilion for a I'' season he said. Sales of Florida oranges through I and encouragement the campaign under way on six;,cargo ships I ,
wild melee with The Assn. and others lo name i respectively. A. V. Phillips pf time
linked the annual association's Summer program Thursday amounted to 130 cars j to eradicate cattle fever for the French Purchasing Com
Fat Hog Show. of fertilization and spray- I'committees to sit with the FCC against 1844 cars for the same:I' Homestead 'was elected second ticks from Florida herds and for I mittee. r Eighteen planes from Mia.mf.-
Each the clubmen individually ing for ad group to devise ways and means vice-president and E. R. Pember-I in mock battle wtth
year melanose has been completed ':period of the previous week. Th j 35 years he has sought to improve i iI' I participating a
act as sponsors for one of the he said ,of accelerating and making more first two dais price 'ere irregular I tqn of Jacksonville, secretarytreasurer the Florida livestock industry by Former Prize Fighter I'112 planes from nearby MacDill
junior exhibitors, paying .for the Oil sprays will be applied beginning effective the industry advertising. and mostly lower but on Wednes-':I I better breeding and feeding meth- Field, all flown by Reservists

pig the youth fattens out for the next week and Fall f er- The United plan would throw day and Thursday prices strengthened -* I'ods and better care and management Found 'Punch Drunk'TAMPA !landed Sarasota because of the

show and sal held each Pal!. tHintrill be done later. practical all the ad money to materially and tbe market : Tallahassee AcquiresDale I f.rAP In a Sanity Board storm officers said. Later the

From proceeds of the auction the A** ? other speakers was Fred newspapers. using grocery pages closed h'gher! than a week ago. At Mabrv Airport report handed States Atty J. Rex; !Miami planes came to Madhll
boy returns the purchase price .to Jofon. sales manager of the the close most sales fell within a I, Field to remain until today when
on heavy market ad days in the Collier/// County Well// Farrior yesterday two Tampa his sponsor. Cit ? Exchange. who -discussed various communities, and to spot I range of $305-5.95 against $3.00- I>. TALLAHASSEE tAPJ The city i ,I physicians said the subject under 1 t the flight wiQ be repeated.j > :
Scores of spectators were furnished the exchange's sale of Tallahassee yesterday acquired Produce
personnel in radio. Magazines and newspaper 5.25 the week before Begins To I I indictment for first degree murderwas
plenty of amusement as the principal ,cities of the North. The supplements would get only I I California Valencia offerings be- possession of Dale Mabrjr Airport ( A P] State "punch druni" and should Exam Given Candidates '
I TALLAHASSEE j .
boys sought to capture the- pig of meeting opened with a fish dinnerat ."token" copy. gan to arrive freely and 96 cars part of a deactivated Army Air said '' be placed permanently in an in ,1
Guater
their choice out of the squirming the Woman's Club. were offered through Thursday corps wartime Installation.It Geologist Herman Oil co. yes-had stitution.He For Heaiinq Arts

squealing collection. That there is also a move under- I compared with only five cars for :, was turned over to the city! terday that to him Humble it has brought in '-- -ls'Alan T. Bryan 24. of I) GAINESVILLE (tAP Three

Traffic Deaths Swell way to step up ,the 'work of the i the previous period. Prices opened at a 100 per cent discount by the f reported its biggest oil producing well in Plant City. former prize fighter.)I II hundred candidates for licenses to
Gardens field service force of 17 men. including I lower on Monday, then lost some War Assets Administration. Improvements -
Sets in Florida
Cypress the Collier County Sunnilandi I I The physicians said he had a sufficient -: practice healing arts
To 26 in Hillsborough Supervisor Ralph. Henry.was Tuesday but improved; include 27 structures
more on
degree of reason to know stood the basic science examination -
Field. ,
-- aid Ready for Movie indicated last night. Wednesday and Thurs- a water pumping station and
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againon examined of Florida
TAMPA tAPJ Hillsborough ; Gunter said the oil company reported right from wrong when at the University
ISoeootjo The Sunday Set\tinel.Stor] County's 1947 traffic death ton These men have been spendingmost day. Average for the PeriOd was water storage tanks. II \ well No. 5. located about<1 I and on May 2, 1946, when he is yesterday. -
WINTER HAVEN Richard was swelled J 26 yesterday with of their time calling on large only $3.33 against $4.57 for the !I one and one-half miles north of I charged with committing the The examination which b held

Thorpe. director of the Technicolor two fatllities In as many accidents. chains. voluntary groups and week before. I Your Club Today ;i the first productive well to the I crime but that mental defects seml-tnnuany. is preliminary: to

_picture On_An island With officers_.reported.__ other rather such than mass outlet potentials in Prices vary sharply from size to. ORLANDO Jr Chimtor of Commute 'I State. began to produce Friday at I resulting from his experiences asa I I the examination before the Staie'
"putting uppaper" the 150s bringing relatively
x OUt saaa yesieraay mat L au sets at 1 YVWl&IIl uienn neaonck, 27, of : size with : :CotC Bide. 13.M. Boom: Odd Fellowi. IOOFLodre i: the rate of more than 500 barrelsa I boxer prevented him from doing Licensing Boards Candidateswho -
small stores. There has beena roUnd 1:00 '
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Cypress. Gardens have been com-1 nearby Orient Park. lost his life'ahortly high pnces or $6 ; PARK right I pass it are assured certificates -
: Lion Club Jaearanda Hotel day.
\ after proposal to cut this force backto and(7 per box on good fruit. The 7' said of proficiency in the basic
pleted by the advance crew of midnight Friday 30 p rnBARrOW I Humble has three other wells Circuit Judge L. L. Park
technicians ready for the casting when he lost control of his car in I Just a few highly trained men 344s sold mostly around $1.50-2.50.1 I j' DAYTONA; Criekf BEACH ne Club. 12:00:. p.m Palmetto to the Sunniland Field that are he would conduct a hearing to determine sciences which are required before .
Rotary Club -
rounding and then hire special crews for : In general a box of 15Gs is as I examinations
a they can stand I
crew of 80 that Arrives this morning curve. State Patrol : ClnbhaoM! 12-1J pm. producing approximately 500 bar- if Bryan should be
at 6 o'clock. Sergeant Paul Simmons said. Two I.spot work. much as three boxes of 344s. I DELANOElk Club. Elk. Led*.. 100: brought to trial. before the State Licensing Boards.
combined.
t The first sequences win show !! persons in the car with him were I' Here is the division setup of This makes the third consecutive : D B nn m:o Odd MA Fellowf. lOOP Lodie KoIP Ball. I rels a day I
more or less seriously the commission at the present season that Californiahas -.KIssun.n L10nt
f' Esther Williams swimming at the I injured. I : Club Arcadt Hotrt
Earlier in the night Lester M., tune: been plagued with a surplus 6:30 p.m.; Udonio Lodge, mttrnitr Ball. ,
head of a group of 24 Aqua Maids i 800 pmLEESBURO. .
., who have been training for nearly '1 Manley. 20 of Valrlco 15 miles !, Canadian division. Gilbert L. of small \'alendas-unless : Lions Club. Lttibun, Recreation I
week rhYthmic'i east of here. was killed in a car- I Hunter Toronto covering the territory California growers are able to Crater, 7:OO p.m. 'I
a so as to do
truck collision. The driver and' Ottawa to Winnipeg and increase size on Valencias the deal j jmay 1 SANFORD: Rotary Club CefC 12-15 I
swimming through the I
Cypress
trees. and tropical canals., l another passenger the car were !Alfred LaRocque Jr.. Montreal eventually become unprofitable I:pm8IBRWO. : Rotary. Club, Hotel Kaues.jowet FLAT RATE PRICESSERVICE
j injured. covering the territory east of Ottawa -: since it is the high general 12:15 p m.
', and the Maritime provinces level of fruit prices that has been 'I I

Citrus Shipments Gen Wainwright Has New England division, Edward ::: pulling them through in recent i:; with fl.75-3.70 for the previous ON

To al 622,380 Boxes Narrow J. Lane Boston covering Connecticut years. i iI i i week.
.' Escape in Boat Maine, Massachusetts, I I Numerous reports from California ,, A few odd cars of Texas pink
WINTER' HAVEN LAP 'Last' TALLAHASSEE TAP] Gen. Jon- New Hampshire.Rhode Island and indicate that the Navel crop and red grapefruit continue to I
week's citrus shipments as report athan M. Wainwright relaxing on Vermont. for next'season will be on the light arrive but prices were not very i, WORKARE
ed by the State Citrus Inspection a fishing trip,after addressing the side. There seems to be some I encouraging last week. Four cars !
Bureau totaled 622480 boxes Florida Legislature here Friday :New York division, James concern about the lightness of the were sold against five the week be-
against 898,631 boxes the previous narrowly escaped a night on1 a Washbnme covering Manhattan set in some of the important sec I I for with the last car averaging I \
; Charles J. Collins, Brooklyn I
week. sandbar five miles off the Gulf tions. l $1.52
Last week's 'shipments! were Coast it was reported yesterday. and' New Jersey; Roderick California Navel receipts taperedoff ; Imports of fruit were heavy with .
158432 boxes of grapefruit and The: boat from which the General M Vandivert Jr.. covering Fair- last week and only 32 cars were a good sized cargo of Chilean apples FACTORY SET''PR1CES.
463548 boxes of oranges. The preVious -I and his. party were fishing field and New Haven Countiesin sold through Thursday compared and also one of South African '

week's were 204,580 boxesof struck the bar and began shipping -, Connecticut and Westchester with 72 for the same period of the grapes. Argentine pears continueto
grapefruit and 694,051 boxes of water. It was beached on the County In New York.: 'previous week. Prices eased some arrive and brought good prices.

.oranges. bar and those aboard began send- Atlantic division. Robert H Hun and the average for the period was The season for Southern Hemisphere I
Season's totals were 8,637411 lag up flares. Philadelphia, covering southeastern $5.28 against 5.52 the week before. fruit is about over.
OVERHAUL
$44.55
boxes of grapefruit. 2,6,975,836 The signals caught the attention Pennsylvania. part of Hew Navels in sizes through 200s .i Strawberry supplies were liberal I ENGINE

boxes of .oranges and 2,457.608 of Jack Simmons Jr., of Tal Jersey and Delaware: Ben L. brought relatively high prices but the early May frosts made [ .
boxes of tangerines for a grand when of good quality with many quite'a cut in the crop especially .
lahassee who came to the rescue Berryman Baltimore covering includes Grind valves clean carbon tune engine adjust
total 384)70.755) boxes. in a SI1&l11auneh. District of Columbia lines making $8 per box or.better in Virginia, Maryland and Dela- I I This : .

and eastern Virginia. Maryland but the small sizes sold very low ware. However Tennessee. Kentucky I all rod bearings, adjust all main bearings, clean out,carburetor, ,

Th average American uses Fort! Pierce Grower Eastern Lakes Perry B. Bascom, and hence made A much lower I and Illinois harvested' big I install fuel [it needed] cut ring ridge steam clean engine,
about six pounds of salt- year to Rochester covering non-metro- average for the entire sale Onlystraggling :, crops. _ i pump ,
I season food. Salt is fouud in19 t Seeks Succeed Mayo' politan New York State and northeastern cars of Navels are likely !I The Washington cnerry season I install piston pins, install piston rings,overhaul rocker arm assembly
States and May 28
produced in commercial II this week. opened with shipments on
Quantities in 13. according: to FORT PIERCE tAP Ammon Pennsylvania. Best Florida grapefruit sold I and the first car of Georgia peaches install points and condenser [if necessary]* Parts :are

the United State Bureau of .I McClellan local contractor and Alleghany division. William A very well and prices showed ma- was shipped on this date also. extra.
grower and World War H veteran. Reed. Clairton. Pa. covering western -
Mines. terial improvement Wednesday ,This 11- a record for earliness in
who Is assistant reading clerk in Maryland, eastern one-third : and Thursday. The volume Washington but unusually late for \

the House said in a statement to I of Ohio western Pennsylvania. ,''of grapefruit wasVOl quite high 'Georgia. Weather has been extremely -

The News-Tribune yesterday that I and West Virginia ,!' considering U Is late in the sea- hot and dry in the Northwest Night Truck Service Open 8 a. m. Monday to 6 p.'m. Saturday.
he will be a candidate in 1948 for I Central division. Paul A. Dfflard.
I son. Sales at auction through i while the Midwest had a sudden
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of Agriculture. I t and western two-thirds of Ohio; i against 105 can for the week sections ,are still strugglingwith
Nathan Mayo. Incumbent has I Donald E. Hovarter Detroit covering before. At the close most sales too much rain and are worried -

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Party WedsThursdaySpecial Mrs. Lyons I Recent Bride Mary, TBrtmtOe, L. M. Watson. C:

For [ The B. FleIc ng,O.H. Keene.Miss May;;v,
Graduates to Sunday Sentinel-StcrJ !I By IEKTHA WIWAMS the home of her parents. Mr. and
DELAND The marriage of (Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Storl J Mrs. W. G. Wells for the Senior Honored Bishop.
(Special to The sunrfgy ScntmcI-StorJ Miss Cortez Aulene Tedder daughter I TA v ARES-A farewell reception Class following graduation Tues- HonoredAt The Mmes. James Armstrongr
APOPKA-One of of Mr. and Mrs: Elmer Samuel day night. G. J.
the. Egan Floyd Roe Clark
affairs. liVEn In honor of Apopka many Tedder and George! Clark Dannals: 'I was held Thursday night in the I If The Misses Maxine and Bebe In New Home '
Smith. George Robinson, S. B.
High School graduates during the Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Dannalsof f social room at the Methodist I Wells with Mrs. W. G. Wells as Shower
closing week of school was the I this city will be solemnized at I j Church honoring Rev. and Mrs. chaperon are entertaining with a II (ISpeciol to The Sunday Sentinel-Stor} t5.' Brantly Morris Bernstein J. E
coca-cola party given In the music 6:30 pm. Thursday in the Trinity ,'R. T. Caldwell who have been house party at the Wells' Summer i I WINTER GARDEN I ISy'c'' to The Sunday Senhnef-Storl Konsler John Achord E.T.Brant-
room at the high 'school Monday Methodist Church. The Rev. Le- \i I transferred by the Methodist Con- home In Daytona Beach. Guests Mrs. W 1 CLERMONT-An unusual and Icy Emmett Carroll T. c. Cork
morning at which Mrs. V. W. the roy double W. Lawson will officiate at ference Board to the Methodist include Miss Dorothy Dunn of At- B. Carlton and Mrs. Tommy De- lovely miscellaneous shower hon i I A. L. Guenther C. M Grist.
Haygood was hostess. ring ceremony. !, Church at Enterprise. Fla. lanta. Miss Mary Jo Dickerson of loach were co-hostesses Thursday Miss
I Miss Tedder will be attended I oring Mrs.: John Morrison, a re- Claire Terrell the Mmes.
Guests were Charles Ashley Miss by | Clarence C. TbuHbery, chairman Detroit, Mich.. Miss Theodora Es- t giving Mrs: Bob Lyons a 'house- I Fred Fairweather, of Winter Park
Katherine Allen of cent bride.
was given at
Hilda DeLand i the homeof
Bateman. |I of the board of stew&I'tU.and
Ruth
Blever. Ef- maid of tey and Miss Estelle McDowell of warming.The i Joe Richards of Gainesville. Bruce
fIe Black. Ruth Burgust.- James her bridesmaids honor Virginia and will Dannals.have as ,,,Mrs. Carl Averitt, president of theWoman's I Crescent City, Fla. They are all I I honoree has recently moved Mrs. Charles Short on Lake I j Hunt, Leonard LeDouxe, Bob AtI '
Cox. Julie Crenshaw. Betty Jean sister of the bridegroom-elect Society of Christian students at Brenau College. I I into, her new home on West Minnehaha Thursday with Mrs. I;ItMsson, R. E. Berryman, Prank
,
Crumpler.Juanita Gilliam Juanita also of DeLand and Jimmie God- I'leaving I Service, expressed regret at their I Mrs. W. W. Stevenson left'' for I II |,I Newell St. Refreshments were Fred B. Kreider and Mrs. W. T. j Washbum A. B. McNeice, Sally
Jonsle Gilbreath. Betty Jean GllUard. win of Frostproof. Little Lynn and presented them with I a visit with her son and daughter I j served to the Mmes.Alma McCord, Heddon as joint hostesses. Marsh. C. E. Pembenon. Phil
Green. Mary Hart. Marian i Northrup daughter of Mr. and j gifts.Music in Winchester Ky. i i I Emily Keller. Evelyn:Lease, Mildred (, I Strickland Milton Morrison of
Jackson. Mary Land Willard Lee :Mrs. Leroy Northrup will be flow- was furnished by Mrs. L. R. Trapnell of Tallahassee !I I Bray Lela Griffith. Jane The rooms and sun porches were Montverde. George Swartz. Jack
Francis Moore. Nellie Ruth Mor- er girl. 'I Robert M. Boulware soloist ac- visited his mother Mrs. R. W ris. Allen Murray Jane Price. Bill Williamson of Miami will !i companicd by Mrs. William H. Ed- Trapnell and sister Mrs. R. T. rey Howard. Gladys Hall, Tony y flowers.A ma Morrison of Montverde.
Betty Ruth 'Reiners, T. L. Rogers serve as best man and ushers will 1 munds at the piano. Harryann .I.Caldwell and family. Cappleman, Jessie Mae Pounds. I musical program was given by I The Mmes. Marjorie Scott D.
Jr. be Bob Henry. Julian Clark and Duncan gave a recitation.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Werten- I Also the Mms. Btty Pounds Mrs. Sally Marsh piano solos; J. Hatcher Miss Betty Jane Tur-
Also Elaine Skipworth. Robert rxea ueromanos. and Mrs. R. N. Hiekinzer berger of Louisville Ohio are Lucy Pounds. Virginia Capplman. Mrs. Bob Castner, piano solos, and ; viCe, the Mmes. Dick Watson
Smith. Rolf Stranger Mickey A reception will be held in the I entertained with a supper party visiting their niece Mrs. Herbert I Louis Walkr. Jan Ropr. Tina Britt, I, i a number of selections on the pipe Marvin Meeker, A. L. Sheldon
Teston Richard Voelkel. Neva church parlors following the cere- .lat their home. Enjoying the evening Soper and Mr. Soper. I Kathryn Ptris. Mary Farnsworth, MISS MIRIAM j|I organ by Mrs. Charles Short. |i Tom Kennerly, Ralph Harper,
Wilkins Glen Roberts of Daytona mony. were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Miss Maxine Wells has arrived I P. H. Britt, Virginia Fowlr Dorothy engagement I i Hostesses presented the bride I I Tommy Stoddard C. A. Marsh.
Beach and members of the high No invitations are being sent Fogal. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Brown. from Brenau College Gainesville.I Moor Clar Burch Grtrud- badge'I!, with a bride's book and a.. corsage i I I of Orlando. Miss Belva Addison.
school faculty. locally but all friends of the Mrs. Jay DeMuster and Mr. Me Ga. Britt Gothr Martin and Miss i of sweetheart roses. I I I Mrs. R. V. Miller Miss Florence
The students were guests of couple are invited to attend. 'Donald. Mrs. Forrest Kleiser. who under- Ruth Grafton. I i Guests were the Mmes. Russell '. Holton Mrs. CaykendaD, Mrs.
local Rotarians at a banquet at Mrs.J. C. Cullen entertained the went surgery at the Orange Memorial Miss WilsonEngaged House Edwin Kindred John Loch- 'I I Harry Addison. Miss Nell Seaver,
the Florida Power lounge on I Board of Stewards of the Methodist Hospital In Orlando is reported The southernmost ner*. D. A. Gaines. Mae Smith H./I Mrs. Carrie Brandy and Miss Mae
Thursday evening and Friday 1 I 12 GraduateAt j Church at her home when to "be resting comfortably mainland of point on the T. Williams A. D. Fleshman, CJ I Mar.
afternoon the girls of the class I they met for the final meeting of I _. T.i1". M. .....,..., u."u I near Gibraltar.Europe Spain.is It at is a many point j O. Bryson. Chester Holloway, !i
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were guests at a tea given by Mrs.'I Gr me cnurcn year Dexter Ward from-JaCkS'onvill; miles farther south than ;l iI I t I 'MOVING
Kirk Lewis. veland I was appointed. chairman to replace Mrs. Tillie Hart has any and European ? "
.. returned to I point in Italy or Greece. I To Wed 1 Theater of War
C. C. ThuUbery. The hos ojiatuav 11; i., alter vmuug her I tf HHsin with fern else A t nroemfhe i I i Fireproof storage .
Palm Tree Planted ; I tess served refreshments to the daughter. -- Movers of fine furniture .
Mrs. Frank: Rissler. i I I is associated with his father as j
School ,
In j High 125 old and new members of the Mrs. C. W. Shaw and brother i!parents Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Paul. [Spec 01! to The Sunday a building contractor. ORLANDO

Student's Honor ISrrrd' tn The inrlrtu, ti"- ""r1 I board. C. C. Dodge have returned to Nor-i( Mrs. W. H. Patrick who has I EAVARES-Mr. and Mrs.: I The wedding will be an event of I TRANSFER &
STORAGE
Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] GROVELAND '0'W Union Woman's Missionary folk, Va., after a visit with their been visiting Mrs. Florence Rob- Wilson of Tavares late June and complete plans will j CO.
SANFORD-A palm tree has seniors received class 12' held their monthly brother J. E. Dodge and family. ;I jertson. left for a visit with her {!engagement and approaching i be announced later. 1 TEX Kit
been placed near the main en- 1 diplomas In com- meeting at the church. Mrs. L. Miss Catherine Rhea has com- [daughter:, Mrs. Glenn Roberts in ,'rinse o ftheir daughter, I
trance of the SemInole High mencement exercises at Groveland A. Duckett conducted the devotional pleted her freshman year at Man Daytona Beach. 1 Louise, to L. Lamar -
High
School in memory of Patricia Anderson I Diplomas School Friday night. i and the program on Japan Hill College Mars Hill N. C. and I Mrs. Tinnon Robertson Mrs. J. i of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. H---- ;
who would have been a were presented by M. was presented by Mrs. Frank J. returned home. She was accom- I. Rhea. Miss Catherine Rhea and 'Tavares. -
member of this year's graduating L. Roberts secretary of the local'Banning' Mrs. J. W. Mosley Mrs. panied by Albert Dennis and Alma I guests Miss Alma and Albert Den- The bride-elect Is a :
class had she not been stricken I board of school trustees to the ;James Flowers and Mrs. Wynn E. Dennis of North Wilkesboro i his, motored to Gainesville Pri- ;,:Tavares High School and 1 .
with ,infantile following: William Brown Jr. Nutt. N. C.. day. Tommy Robertson student 'secretarial
paralysis in her I who are house guests at the ;: positions for the FOR CORRECT TIME I
sophomore year. Edith Mae Gaskins Goldie' Gas- The Roberta Daniel Circle of Rhea home. I at the university accompanied ;three years with the Tally
The tree was placed and marked ;i i kins. Louis Muraro Jeanine ,the WSCS met at the home of Mr. j Floyd Wooten is .reported improved them home Saturday for the Sum- ,' ance Agency and Sen. DIAL 2.1611 .o-
by her parents Mr. and Mrs. Painter. Robert Perry Gordon :, and Mrs. George J. Weber In Lake and has returned to his mer vacation. I Johnson. A COMMUNITY
Bruce Anderson. Patricia was one.I Pennington. Arthur Roberts, I I Jem for a covered dish nipper A 'home from the Waterman Memorial Miss Jane: Breckenridge is home I II' Mr. Coven Is a SERVICEI[
of the most popular members of I Jewel Lee Sloan Flossie Jean I business meeting was held with the Hospital.Mr. I'from Tallahassee for the week- Tavares High School and : THE
her class and her classmates on I I Sohn. Leonard Welper and Nedra i leader Mrs. W. J. Rogers presid- II and Mrs. Carlton Paul and end.Mr. ,World War II served in the i FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT ORLANDO
Class Day placed beautiful floral : Williford. I I ling. ,two children of Jacksonville recently I and Mrs. Jim Griffin of :States Army in the j Capitol and Surplus One Million i Dollar
pieces on her grave. 1: The processional was played by i Miss Bebe Wells was hostess at spent Kissimmee wererecent visitors Theater. He is the recipient '
Mrs. Sorchie M. Baird and the i, several days with his with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Diffley. Purple Heart, the Infantry < IIDlBE& 1TDEB1& DEPOSIT LVSCIUSCK CO&POXATIOS
New Lake Fair' Grounds !I Rev. S. F. Hammarlof gave the

Superintendent NamedSpecial j Goldie invocation.Gaskins.The crvib-o salutatorian.nn The I

[ to'The SI.r1day'Senf ;loS r] !Great New World-Before-Us and I "
EUSTIS-B. P. PoweU of EustIs the valedictorian Edith Mae Gas- 1'1
has been named superintendent kins spoke on Education the .
of the Lake County Fair Grounds Greatest Gift. -
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succeeding Claude Farrell. who James C. Morton of the Waverly t ,
has left to farm in Gadsen County. Growers Co-operative gave the '=
principal address A)' <
of the evening.
A. M. Davis, chairman of the <*.*.13L..
County Board of Education
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the sick,many people hare : I exercises were held at the
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; been healed, not a few of : I'' the 23 seniors of Mount Dora

; them when their condition ': High School. :
I C. Harold Hippler of Eustls
had seemed simply
hopeless :
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: 1 through die thoughtfulreading ,i ; evening. Dorothy Louise Eckholdt I ,

of the Christua s I gave ,the address of welcome and
Doris Ada Harding gave the fare- .
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Science
1I textbook .well address The processional was I

SCIENCE 1 i played by Jeannette Pike I r i ..
and HEALTH Other music consisted of Stanley.\\ .
U With Key to the Scripture i ion by the Junior glee JI

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'Bond. Virginia Pollard Charlene niS7i. ,
the scientifically Christian !! Wilson. Lila Rhodes. .
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PGJiabecl; weekly New Year' Day. Fourth of July Labor 2t .\\Reader Would Like Florida
PayS Thankspvtng Day and Chn tma. by fieotinel-SUr Co. Halfway through, remove the bandage ,
Orlando Daily Kewipaper Inc. at 238 South .. -
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J I OrbBda. Fla. for a minute. If the swelling con- iiii: By JOHN BRANSCOMB .
Entered ceeond-cUM matter at 1M Pest To Have More''Fearless Solons j
Office at ; : '
Or Bdo. Tkrtda. unger the Act of March 3d. UTa._ tinues up the leg, keep the bandage always Hail to the seniors junior high senior high choose the word "Searching": and rear the word t" < ,

TELEPHOTTE Departments 41 SI above it. Every 15 minutes remove I' junior college and university. Regardless the "Splendid." This generation win come through: Editor, The Sunday Sentinel Star: j
Subscription Prtce Sunday Only M.20 Per Yr. level we are proud of our seniors and all of 111'to a victory. There win be some major. :
will about
casualties.1 what
r the bandage for a minute. j join in saluting them.We who are about to die but when the curtajn rings down Say the Rep. v
Mirm ''''IISIM. rnusraJovrn Hnm IAUI EMTMUU DntcrwMANCU salute on : Papy but I have liked t I,,,.
'oul" was the manner in which
., CAWTIOM. Cm. Mu. T. LAWIOKI A... Dm.ROIUT After the suction treatment put anJce'! gladiators used to salute the Caesars. Roman this crowd emerging from our schools"just now will j j I have had my ea a the door ..
I much '
pack the wounds. At prehave given a good account themselves. i the grand jury when an of j1'
C W. Lmm, IlL MCI.EAM. F. WAITO ClAss MIL over the same time ; fer to hear our educated and trained '
gladiators of Are these seniors qualified to graduate and get :, the'1 testimony was not j .
HOllI NIWI EMTMrUteu NMICST COMSONNI Sic. Tiut try to chill with of hot prt
prevent
: N. cups tea or :' today who
are in reality our graduators 4 i 4
saying. their Jhis but C"
I diplomas? They're bright, smart, on the1 in ease
HAMILTON, Clio MIL a. T. Mius Trro. S ".
coffee. on
I Any movement of the patient "We who are about to live salute fOU.There I
1.W. UMMON Crrr Cm. MIL Guam MIHIH Fins S,". may have beam. Line them up. Put them on the 'spot, quiz has been hinted at I doubt ,
spread the poison. Gentle, even movement, been enough of our youth going out to die to last them. See just how quick-witted they are. An right,1 I i very much If any of will ever /'

The'Member AMociated ef Tbs Press AiiocUted Is exclusively PUll ea and not speed, is the important thing in for the rest of time. Our great desire now is to see seniors answer these questions. What'*.'a u1t1c11 j be brought to light The trouble __ _

1 titled to tile use for re-publication of an getting the victim to a doctor. our youth go forth to live. "People who hiss and tell. Amen. And here's ,the I with J of our grand jury _

new dispatches accredited to It or nototherwise The young folks really have some grounds for definition one gave in a class on hygiene. when..I I lack, of evidence and ,. ",
accredited la this
and of reluctantmany
paper where case
also the local. e pessimism as they move into'an atomic age. [By asked to define "Mouth. Said he rite the i a
news published herein. Next Sunday we will tell you of poison gro- times is.
, 's'ltuesr i justice
All runts for re-publication of special the way, a smart senior said the other day in answer cer's friend, the orator's pride the fool' trap and t really us and that the
ivy dangers and treatments Mountain t thwarted all because those help i
herein Rocky
dispatches are also reserved. to wh
a question, "If a man should swallow uranium the dentist's salvation." Not bad for an 18-year-i could substantiate the n f A. Someone
spotted fever, now a nationwide men- what would happen to him?" . ed rP
PfGE 6 JUNE 1. un quick as a flash. old. In the class on domestic science a young chap evidence refuse to forward our an
1 ace, and the Black Widow spider. . "He would have 'a-tumic' ache. You can't defined love "an- island of emotions entirely surrounded and do their duty com American I were out immediately to le what

' TODArS THOUGHTSLet outbest these seniors. These kids of ours don't need by' expenses." And to cap the climax a,: dten We have seen&what two I the could d. A finer group of

THE MERRY-GO-ROUND a telescope to be able to discover'the dangers that senior defined ,can whenit ext.
honeymoon to be
] him drink. and forget his a : "the morning; fearles let do I One thing for
poverty and
confront them. They have a terrible job on the1Jaltu the knot before." Amazing!t comes t the courage of cr1
remember his As I
misery no more. Proverbs soon on my ,
31:7. hands to try to build a decent world out of the their Heavens a le
t mess Preaching doesn't do much good in moulding 'cfco. kw! are getting of Orlando gad

Drink today and drown all Turks Reject Goodwill they are inheriting. the lives of our seniors. That is, unless the ser if we mo men t:'Florida. I don't want my son
sorrow; caliber we could rest assured
One young fellow leaned over the pew In the Is "life In action." These such
'mon kids of a scientific j growing up In environment
You shall
perhaps not do it tomorrow State would in safe hands.
; By DREW PEARSON Amen Corner
Best while have and said to a preacher who.. wa9erring era are looking for the facts. They want to see a b .7.. P. I I am wondering If you will print
you it
use your breath; WASHINGTON-Despite the $150 minion bun him
to 1
I continue with
his education "Oh. demonstration of > this letter. I not the only
is goodness if democracy is the a o
I There no drinking alter ea.th-Ben Jonson die we are potting on Turkey's doorstep the Turksdont what's the use of getting through with high political philosophy for the whole world. America. New Sanford Bus Station i who feels this way, as I have -

C seem too interested in American goodwill. Itisnt chooL The third world war will be on by the must demonstrate that it will work,, If f supposed to be known but Prrs. Inonu made time I IS and 111 Called to Attention Here similar treatment.DICK,
How To Treat Snake Bites am have to go out and die. And make the world safe for democracy, -wo must i
i three strong representations to the State Depart- I talked with 0 WARD
one chap who
was so discouraged Eiitor. Sunday
produce a brand.of democracy that is,safe for the The 6te"St
i I HE SUN ISN'T the only danger which ment that Turkey didn't want the gift if it was 1o and frustrated that he said. wish I was born. world. "I I For those among Critic of Donors

1 greets America's vacationists interfere with Turkish sovereignty. bapthed, throurh- with hJrh- school--- roUrre.___n__.. In.- .T'.. .T. ._....I..h....... ....-- ----..1.....u""C__.. n.,",UU\oI16Ur.W1WJ...._..... -t..... I minriwt .nd far-sihted' cine' Wealthy "
annually. During the however.Turkey business Answered by Orlando Man
war ; married father of six children dead advocating
our seniors, it would be this: "Have respect for do whohveDu
1,; Today we want to talk about snakes and seemed somewhat more con- I I burled and in heaven. Such gloom! )little white lines on blue paper" as you continue an moe terminal Editor, The Sunday 6te-tu

: snake bites. cerned about U. S. opinion.which I But even so, we are thrilled over that vast ma.10ur work In life. No building can be constructed: : for our to. is now being :
: We consulted Delmar [Radio Nick] was a lucky break for about 30,000 I jority of young people finishing high school and accurately and successfully If these white lines on erected In the wide-awake and typify the attitude of the average -

,: Nicholson about this problem, because he Jews Greeks, Armenians and college in this Year of our Lord. 1947. who are blue paper are disregarded. The blueprints play a progressive neighboring city o Central Floridian and demonstrate

long has been Central other non-Turks who fen under facing today and tomorrow with that in Sanford.-better known as his amazing arrange
something
Florida's
I greatest :the Varlik Laws. major part in building. In the sphere of life ideals Celery Capitol a building that i the other ab t
authority. and principles are the bluepr n You can prt
! & erect a only outstanding credit

Says Nick: "If you get bitten by a the To Turks raise passed a war-defense a loose tax law fund "___ _ building after fashion without architectura.l'plan.s...,' not community a but might wen affa..cited the hospital drive as.

snake, the chances are 100 to 1 it will be i I called the'Varhk Law-whIch per-- (4e: 445 ) A group dared to attempt to erect a tower in Pisa 'be ogled hi the light of progressive -' an example of how oar wealthy

own fault." without any white lines on blue paper. They- got business buildi not only by citizens shirk
your [mitted thei
authorities to collect from rn
I ,94x.'r fPs. along right well for a while but finally discoveredthe Orlando any other On the
: This warning from an old snake Moslems at a very low rate and citizens interested h
tower was 15 feet out of plumb and they were ct frd many residents expect
t
charmer should keep all the from non-Moslems at exorbitant business investments le
us on look- Z" not able to build any higher. free ride. The gifts of
i rates. Following this thousands of to their o tl
I \ cmutie. fisted capitalists
out.Protection The Leaning Tower of Pisa is a monument to o.cepU: ,
rearson non-Moslems were jauea wnen The term -ew Investmeats" ,
against snakes and snake .. the stupidity of trying to build without principles about $100,000 rie met
might well take bit
failed on a
they to huge Varlik taxes. In
bite pay some cues. a third of that eea-
is .
simple enough. non-Moslems were billed for twice the value of plans and blueprints. Life, can be' lived after a of emphasis in passing and Or by our colored citizens.Only .
Wear high boots loose fashion without ideals, but great and successful in should note
or trousers, walk particular
lao
their property with the result that a mere hand- one per cent of the people
and look before you put your hands ful of non-Moslems paid about 80 per cent of the living is impossible without them: To the 'seniors th "Pate capital from over in the area serves do.nated
te hit
: let me say, "Don't ever lose the sanctities out of way is behind the project to
>war funds raised although they amounted to less your lives. Keep a good sense pf values..Keep the in S nod" and here is d
The handful
brief.
lily; have a preference for certain than two per cent of the Turkish population. avenues of minds what modernconcrete i' pp
your open to the great values of here are already
] of territory. They Jike fields, hay In the end an estimated total of 30,009 Jews an the ages." Get these white Ones on 'your blue block building of considerable greater of our t b\e

marshes, shallow water, trees andrjdshes. and Christians-went to concentration camps because ,'S'\"." paper and use them as guides far building your prprion designed to Their p creates

These are spots where they hunt they could not pay. Their property was lives. A great philosopher William James. sat hoe a ) l bu terminal restaur-, that ke' the rest of u in clever -

flw food. confiscated: and auctioned to Turks. and no real their eyes that was seen in the eye of a man named alongside me In the Amen Corner commence-- compete both sttio colored, tjSt geer contbn

: IL| Deserted houses fences, rocky ledges gesture toward restitution ,has yet been made. Columbus who sailed west and when the mate said ment,night and said "The great use of a life is to along with minor concessions pertinent they ha<'-

i nd the shade of rocks and bushes are their These unfortunates might still be languishing "What shall we do when aU hope has gone." he spend it for something that, outlasts It." We have to a modern bus terminal, vided can txust.iroat civic improvements we
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answered back. "Sail on sail on and on. Amen. invited Edwin Markham to make the baccalaureate ample rest rooms and other passenger .
z sting places. In concentration camps had not Pres. Roosevelt And that I If the average citizen would contribute -
J L decided to visit with Pres. Inonu of Turkey following -i and same light was in. the eye of Pasteur address Mr. Markham what do you have, to say: |I accomodations taxi service fc&mething beside criticism
bitten Wilson/fend Edison It found residence In the We, are all blind until we see that i stands etc. / and
the Teheran Conference. Two days before carry proportionate share
F-YOU GET by a snake, you may eye of a :young fellow who was smitten with infantile in the human plan, <' II[ Thi strictly modern, sanitary of the lead h would find
I i that visit was to take place,In 1845. Inonu suddenly tfee nan
4 I skin j I station is calculatedto
expect to paralysisr
your become discolored gritting his teeth and settlnjhjs Nothing is worth the making unless it attctiv he readily
t'i' 2nd to swell almost immediately. There is proclaimed the freedom of theVarl1k" prisoners.f jaw. he moved on to the highest office this nation makes the man. read for business about wme more willing 1 to abs
He wanted to avoid embarrassing Questions by I t bestow. July LAd wad bc h
4burning pain which comes at once. Roosevelt. 'can Why build these titles glorious, if man
I final note to this appealto up
a
f There :
they
.treatment, corn first aid ana anu-vemn go. seniors marching b7 boys unbnilded goes Orlando .I I' 1 O. BROOKS
I
ould be and girls, men and women,' going out to.live for & la vain,.we build the*house unless the I ogesv Orld. hand '
given immediately. The debate on farm appropriations continues to I a

First aid removes most of the poisonnd be about the hottest thing hi Congress, with some I cated better tomorrow. And I believe in them. Soph1Stlbuilder also grows. -, in .the construction of this splendid -, Cure of Ra Disease Ta

delays the rest of it from Republicans just as sore at fellow-Republicans as 'use skeptical sarcastic may be words some would I hereby graduate all of you Summa Cum addition to Semmole's capital Killed Girl
I If
reaching the Democrats. to characterize a lot of them. but as for me. I Laude. "'-Amen. the game of good .neigh Lcal
are
he
vital py
organs. incidentally; good, fel- Et. Sud Stel-St!
One backstage row occurring while the Agricultural br and

j I.Anti-venin neutralizes most of the i This reference t the
Department appropriations bID was still in WASHINGTON TREADMILL
I j >ison. Take time out and see San- article in today's pp coneemrthe
committee took place between Democrat Clarence rare blood
We are lucky for ford's new bu terminal. ce mpU
a single anti-venin
Cannon. Missouri and Republican Gordon Can- D. I r

v 11 counteract the bite of every poisonous field of New Jersey generally considered a progressive. Future of Air Base C S ,, eret. of the case I am
Puzzle
:1 urth American snake except the Gulf I Veteran Says- Or/onJoonj/ i!! writing about, a this disease 1

( fast coral variety. ', : *. Cannon. who served as chairman of the Ai>- II I cbe.
: propriations Committee under the Democratic Congress If. FRANK A KENNEDY! I And Legion; let 'Him Down .I I through 1043 my sister
after -
even it is administered a \ floor for gum naval stores I Is Iile1y.Onb" .?other quaiifi atlons. : this same fflnexs-and after
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c ktor should be and was considered an ardent economizer. tCXjr Washing Correspondent] limited mail 'Editor SundayScnUnet Star -
on hand to tend the '1 services were i! The shrewder politicians on a long course of treatments recof
patient, for frequently serious complica- insisted that the Republicans had cut farm appropriations :- Hendricks WASHINGTON Congressmen taking official documents to President t I Capitol Hill look for a big Influx A. year ago my wife and I came erect to Dr. Robert Marshall -
in the places. and Peterson virtually to Orlando to make t
; t ins follow snake wrong Truman's Missouri offices at of veterans next year. In our home as LJU
bite. Thert are many places in this bill where cuts ': were holding their breaths this hlj mother's. bedside. Official i the 194 we had been stationed :west of Suphu. 1 me
campaigns minions of du La.
;fL i
;.., : i* Iii l week awaiting the outcome of > Le Cre
the war and
documents. years !
could have been made defensible cuts. but they : therefore' must bear veterans stilt were in service. I .e i My of
HERE ARE THE fundamental first aid weren't made snapped the MissourianS Jin;' their long and bitter fight to keep severe screening In order that Those who had been musteredout I i Wen Orlando, let U dow b and received regular shots C.

.15-I.procedures for snake bite. "I've heard you say that several times,." exploded -T active: service. the MaritimeComm1aalon' first things .should come. first. A were too concerned with readjusting 'weren't tourists the Tern] of gold sodium thfoadphate. -
Put a Canfield. ten basic training,school floor for rosin and turpentine must themselTC to civilian :,bankroll only .couple of also liver regularly -
tourniquet [firmly but not too "Suppose you us where tho-e iat St. Petersburg. ed "damned Yankees" trying ex.
give
tightly] above the fang marks. This will cuts you speak of can be made. Go on and tell us." t The fight has, been on. Intermit- ,I, way to State* *papers.* life est in to politics take an Their extreme intert t'I mak a living. Since then I t day, ,She of blood-building ate foods.each She
organlzations
prevent poison from traveling into the "I haven't ,time to go Into it now," declared j, tently. since mid-February. The The transfer of the Navy too, were weak. i i bn ub t find any kind didn't remain in but, it wax

body. Cannon. "1 have a luncheon engagement." I: two Florida Congressmen charged I 1 Ottumwa pre-flight training AU of those circumstances which wor ford' ex-high necessary stay b of the sun
S J t
:. Then cut once through each fang mark, With a contemptuous glare at Canfield. he ''the' Maritime AFL of Unions.unduly both influencing the CIO Iowa base and to Pensacola.all Its facilities is only from the I favored the renomination of sitting broke.of lg h let u ft. :as- the rays-aggravate the

about a half inch'in length,and a quarter of ; picked up his papers and left the committee room.\II! the Budget Bureau and the MartI first pay-off, of Congressman ,!In another members will have banished \I T would xn&k friends cit.slow but worth 4
The World Warn
an inch deep.Cauterize. Then. I time Commission to close year. I joined the American I 1 recovr
apparently changing his mind about goingto out the!!! i Sftes' deal with the Navy and : boys have settled down-to every as now married -

the knife or razor blade you lunch. Cannon returned in 10 minutes_ and I training program sabotage,hi the War Department*'which resulted and have had time to look new'jobs. Legion and D wife,the LIes' I efo two flee 1. <

Use over a hot flame. Use a lighter or a offered four amendments. However only one of I guise which of win economy be released The when record In. the acquisition by the around, and to organize They dues AU. Aft lettl' our My deep sympathy goes pat

: match if you have no other fire Don't his amendments involving the development of Independent Offices .the Pensacola' Naval Air Station of are bound to be critical of non- when donations were want- Jo the of this .e girLBarbara .
cauterize the wound. farm strategic materials called for an actual cut I bill is Appropriations a 2.600 acre slice of the'old veteran members' and' if tbere is' excep Haley.
reported. probably I
Make the cuts lengthwise of the limb in funds. The other three partly restored cuts already r next week is said to be a sizzlingone. Fort Barrancas reservation. : any appreciable political or economic -, Then we had a new bb Neither MRS. S. P. GRIFFIN J

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made by the subcommittee. Congressman Sikea Is authority discontent their weight the V
v
to avoid severing tendons or blood vessel | According to non-Capitol HiD for the disclosure that more naval may be decisive in any close-con-"'! Legon ten Ad. Goodrich Announces '

\, It Isnt often that two Senators from the same sources. 13.800,000 must be added ; air units will be shifted to J>ensacola. test. It win surprise none of the; 'tUo other e. t
: o ht
The blood and venom should ooze out. party stand up in the august Senate and flail at I to the Maritime Commission bud 1 He admits frankly that ::Florida members to behold ee or good do these organizations Tire' Price Reduction

Tighten the tourniquet if they spurt. each other ,verbally. But silver-maned Tom Con- : get to set up a program for the he knows what and where they : more young veteranr hocking nor to help a veteran in h!hour i j t: AKRQN, Ohio CUPJ B ?
are. He is seat G-
sticking steadfastly to every in the Florida delegation
For ashy of Texas and handsome Scott basic training of 1,000 seamen' of even the ., rich. yesterday
a half an hour thereafter, suck the Lucas- of Illinois an earlier decision, however to with what e1 Not Au' Co a .
,
both Democrats almost tore ; yearly-a sum which would continue I ; success only time 1 or sent h r general reduction In riteS prices
venom out with your mouth, spitting it out each other upart release nothing in advance of theNaY"s 'will tell. AU they have time for tees.
in of
operation three schools. : l f passenger tires and eff -
-oratorically-the '
other ,
day. After it was an over, formal orders. t
of course. Don't suck the 'I "When we trips and committees don'tmean
wound if the I
your largest at St. Petersburg and I eqf jve June 2. A -
they apologized and struck their hot words from get 'em mailed down, it will be .The aggressive bloc of darned 5k
mouth has fever blisters or other wounds the record. the others hi Louisiana and Call* CD a thing.Orlando' nua wild the reduction average -
S time enough to talk. said the!men from the southern ,
fornia. The final American Legion
vote within the t- around 10 per ct. Price
committee will come a few minutes : Crestvlew Congressman. "Perhaps :ber areas is taking a should; hang its head in of the 600x15 the

CRACKER POLITICS I before the whole bill goes to the some of the other boys don'know- :: pride for their concentrated pressure Not just because they I company's largest Sllve )

floor. Congressman Hendricks. what they're losing." I I I I exerted on the Hou Ap I us but when I would attend themeeting reduced from $18.10 leDe.to $ W. b
1
I I ranking minority member of the I' The department's speed In movIng proprato ; there was always talk of __ _

subcommittee which aired the to make use of the Barrancu !'I mont t i what would be done for the veteran !! The authentic example ofa
Cities' II
fi
League Failure Studied sabotage charges is honor bound tract. four square miles in area. J I Sutherer who later were in just such c as ours. Butt city is Egyptian

to release no information in advance I i surprised even the Congressman.Other :, joined representing 1 a just a rye found': City of Kahun, built t a housing

': of the formal report. He plans for expansion and new timber regon. succeeded in ,ot. for the men who worked

By ALLEN MORRIS | William and the fledgling member : approach to the Jeg1slature-that knows now. of course whether the I construction still are in the wind, ., holding the le the economy i i 1_, ten you the organization who''' o pre niahun pyramid. "

"Our Tolkjhoss* Correspondent] indicates the lobby tactics left this approach has been a negative subcommittee action was favorableor awaiting final Congressional action issue for the S. Forestry Serv'/ ,

TAU.AHASSEE-Some city officials -. something to be desired. one, such as special.interests use I adverse. Until the full com- j on the 1948 Navy Supply BilL ,ice within the Appropriations I!' THE SUNDAY
Those : There seems little danger that I Committee. For essential I SCHOOL LESSON
privately are asking : elements by the way, to block legislative reforms mittee' approves> It, ,however the : opera
questions including thumping big appropria through having a handful of' outcome ,remains in doubt. ,these new plans win be disturbed I tions. the'Serrice was'granted appropriations
about the catastrophic failure lions which wiped out a treasury friendly lawmakers in I by the Senate in view of the attitude virtually al the level '

of the League of Municipalitiesto surplus. a sales tax squeeze. and i on committees.i key positions ,' been A overruled few subcommittees In recent weeks haft i of the hard-boiled House : which Conge. fixed last year I! Discord Among Nations Citedl;

get aid for cities from this session Gov. CaldwelTs anti-sharing phi- :i The League. with a stock of by the economy-bent Appropriations Committee which The W slashed :
losophy on State-collected taxes.] worthwhile comi shaved not a cent from the budget per tent below the White i
of the Legislature. I merchandise to sell the i mltUe. 3 Ho '
"The League," explains the new 'legislators well might turn instead : .. ,, for the Navy's Air Command. bUdet and sm ad ac- : As Ruin and DesnairforAI1::
The cities, with the money distress member "made thi political mis- these observers contend. to; -- aa- r..nnn-.m.n. -Rik_. .n _r.. *. .1t.thap I .. .

of most of them recognized take in, my county of assuming the affirmative or positive approach Despite the drastic cuts In the busy year ahead-at the expanding --Te timber bloc L GJUOf' v'b. :
.
generally were rebuffed at every I i i the 1945 legislators would be back -going first of an into the 194S Department, of Agriculture Pensacola shore station. I for some new e. -b Scripture \1WA
I 1m 47. The League I budget the recently proposed planto : II Kings lS-7f'32.37; 20S1M7 :
turn in efforts to get State assistance. -) spokesmeni counties before the session to meet I I i such as the extension of forest
i'I tied themselves to the political all the lawmakers at home. when fix a price support floor of The surprisingly early announcement management to the smaU woodlot Judah became the Southern Kngdm oMsraeLafter

either through the ahar- I fortunes of those members. They they have the leisure to listen.. 'I: $11902 for a unit of gum naval of Charles Bennett to oppose owners. The members believe the division into the and kingdoms

lug of taxes or the granting of tried to get me and my present! "E. P." as the League's secre stores seems on its way to final Congressman Price in the 1947 ; however that they fared better Jeroboam's Suter. -Nore

additional authority for the levy colleague to withdraw from the : tary is known affectionately approval. I May primaries perhaps is symbolic -I than any other tough ."yolt ag't.eoboa ,
lug of new local taxes. | race: against the incumbents. Fail around the State hu asked the I' Washington grapevine sources of a political trend which is i I sought the 1948 & 'h successor of Solomon. c

The inquiring officials want lag in that they tried to beat us." : board to relieve him of his duties ,I report that Secretary Andersonhas worrying non veteran Senators ,., 1947 levels. For tflat reason they i t! me unarm 01 David ana tae ..

to know whether the League has i I:. P. Owen Jr.. of Jacksonville : on July 1 because of ill health. I signed the order, thus dispelling -I and Congressmen. I'1 were concerned this week In consolidating I when glory of Solomon soon wane; ,I II history as< the Lost Ten Tribes.Th .

outworn its nsefglness as a lob- long-time secretary of the .The feeling' is. however that he fears that the retrenchments Nearly 200 of the 531 members their rather ] been' a pPl wh ought hv | .fSouthem Kingdom survivedfor'another
bring League puts Into two words. could be ordered by the House Appropria- 'of Congress, already ; pt .I common
agent-whether, as stated I prevailed upon to stay. are war veterans i than attempting tage her 138 but it also
b7 Alex MaeWifflam. Mayor of "GOT. Caldwefl"-bls answer to No criticism attaches particularly tions Committee would curtail .' most of them having seen task of asking for more fut 1 h and nJlon b went down pars armies of

Vero Beach and Representative those who Inquire why the program I to him for this session's fiasco for the lending operations of the Commodity service in World War L. It already the form of amendments from the this came and cTe I Babylon. te :

of Indian River County "two for more city money failed. CoL Owen is but an administrator ; Credit Corp. A formal announcement I has been demonstrated in { House floor. htr there Is sleu. Our lesson tells of an interludein

more yean hue been wasted." The cities started out by asking I carrying out the policies determined is expected when the many primary campaigns and general I In last month's foray upon the peoples of ta. particularly downfall when 'a

t "If you mention that for proceeds the State cigaret I l by the League's officials. directive finally is signed by President -. elections that a veteran can- j Appropriations Committee, Congressmen where those modem of dece. | t 1S-yea and a noble
the tr Heka
League tax.
of i r However engrossed lawmakers Truman. 'I not make his bid for .office exclusively Bikes and Price wce diffet dominant In
Municipalities t represented
is for origins must *
a certain Caldwell set his face from the litpeace I1
proposal. may be with legislating they The same sources suggested that' on his service record, their In the unified .Judah. story too. of a
Legislature some members of the start against the cities receivingany i.'I seldom_ are too busy to discusstheir I some delay in setting up the price hqwever valorous: he must add .drive. Sta.t or bring upon themvQ {,great deliverance. prophesied by
automatically sorrow and devastation _
are part of taxes collected by the favorite hobby-politic*. '
against It.- confides MAC William. State and his willingness to abandon -, Since most of the Gubernatorial I The freedom that our democratic Ia when a plague of disease
Another legislator the 1939 session to defeat the sales 1 I Thomas 8. Ferguson Columbia' : great with whfcnSennacherib
a young one or more State tax fields possibilities have been pretty wen I hop to persuade now ln accord In speech a
member of the House. In talkingof for city-county use evaporated i l threshed out conversationally the I tax. I Countlan and long-time justice of te l. h and being wed by ** the A came
I
the League.wondered how many naturally when the State p, I Iconversa.tions t the peace for downtown Miami wen to t conqer'te ?
found favorite topic right now is the A new name mentioned in those ) ko Bent promote dn and draw .pp. the
lawmakers suffered the eUes.ment need for an present revenue plus wide-open Attorney GeneraTs I* Grady Burton-Wauchula ': lawyer and lines of BIJlah' a
race. is that of Richard i! fore Sat bte ad prJ1ce
at the Leagues hands additional State Attorney who finished sixth often Is ttl.tl la Idlct
to for tagged sometimes w
money pay new The lawmakers are assuming Tom "he'd the
W. Ervin
Jr. sed
former a
as had he and his colleagues from public services, including higher 'I I Watson: will follow his present plan General and now assistant resident Attorney I, in the race for Governor in 1936.'I, Attorney GnrJ" bt m 1 I of Christ.and Cft.Aonl' ; Dm 1t., Po bdt and
J. Ollle .
j Edmunds-former I
a big county'of Central Florida. teacher salaries, voted by the 1947 ': and not seek re-election but instead counsel' for-the State Road De I Dui far as can.be h that lies w kDI pe with
If a good number had. surmised Legislature. \ County judge who ran Claude ;,done nothing to we
become candidate for Gov i I encourage all
a who love
f partment. Ervin is favorably t God must periods of leadership
this member that might hi itself Pushing from the other side.I' ernor. known to !I Pepper a thumping race for the j italk. set themselves to do b '
legislators everything
for his
MacWiHianVi statement sales quiet 'U. S. Senate In 1944 and often I!I Iolt. {
explain tax advocates in the Legislature There had been considerable t effective presentations of Road' !; Henry S. Baynard-St. Pt possible to promote the national thouih .a
members "automatically"opposed knocked I I: mentioned as a candidate: for Governor -: burg lawyer he.
some down city relief talk here that Charles E. Bennett Jeatslai i ; Pineflas sirengin mat can
Department
policies before come only to a I
S whatever the League pro measures in the hope that ultimately I Jacksonville war veteran and former live committees. next year although he 1&n.1'I South Florida stalwart in the a, people united justice and fo. kl w men pr- I
r fellow I a foolish thing ,
I}fas a Juo
"this Is bitter dd
without regard for merit. the cities I Senatorial I
posed. wQuld be forced House reapportionment .
member might be
a .
Earlier discussions had revolved ler's I rhte sto envoys I
bumped against. :to come out [Warren turn. fight of 1945. likewise h' -ni dpye r .
The League up their openly in desperationat candidate but he eliminated this around the names of these men: Ed R. BenUey-prominent Is complimented I Te Noer4 Kingdom, as we1 i fr hiswealth
elements at this session which possibly own plight for a sales by announcing for with favorable references ,
Congress. Bennett P. Guy Crews-HOlmes first to fall. and the treasures
County- Lakeland sen w t ,
would have frustrated Its tax. I attorney who was but, also like Dye he has done |lt I b
was
was among that group of born. veteran eight centur-1,palace. The of
Jacksonville prospect
excellently handled Yet there are those who feel j' lawyer nosed oat by Watson In 1949, nothing to further the sep 1 i
however the thought he lies '
legislators '
program. younger dubbed the when the I
who Is ancient in .
a Duval mtmber of the. Is cool ar-j as modern .
reportedly
to the Idea .f
of ,Mac- League has employed the might became candidate 'r waI
but the complaint wrong "white tn1hbwho banded in present House of Representatives. running again a for the mice of Assyria came down upon I i a fruitful cause of war
although friends
: Watson plet Jt I people, became-known'to i tsfoa.I :
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Orlando, Florida, June 1 1,1947 i Ef!? mtcag fttitefl-&tir -.- : ----"" Page 7

Local Builder

I Tht. tress* ;lerric Tel be held

Parking MeterEnthusiasm I IE II Rev. WailerTo I fat Ltkeviev Audit: at pja.

Meter Debate i Favors F MetersWellborn where the Her. Lafayette Walker
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1 \ : .. ;. Attend I i wig give the baccalaareatte *ermoo. --

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Orlando Junior Chamber of Phillips, wen known E Up !i Gregory-Webb circle of WSCS .

Commerce regular noon luncheoa (Dyeing the last two weeks The Meter Battle eolflan bas carried Orlando builder and contractor p i iI Conference Will meet in Woman's Bible class

Monday ne 2, at the Chamber letters tree readers upressiBg their opinions OB the proposal to who recently lost his arm and aI'r room in the old Methodist. CbsrcH
or Commerce biilding.will hare u I I establish parking meters ta Orlando. Today b the last day this nearly his life as the result of t k I Continued from Page .So!;:d 10 Tre St..cby SertfireStar'WIrsrER Monday at I0:30-am for program -
guest hit-and-run accident on the Sanford GARDEN -The RT- and fcaeheon.
speakers Don Dudley, realtor I column win appear/ Ed.] ballot the parking meter
t i highway yesterday urged Or on wffl meet with Urs.
and Hen Whittaker. Jesse Wailer of the First Methodist Circle No. 3
' torney, it at- lando's voters togo to the polls I faswe. J. W. Bray. Monday at S pjn.
was announced by Bill I Church will be in his pulpit
James, chairman of the Get-Out- For I Against I and vote for parting meters. Members of the Citizens Committee The Mary-Martha Circle trffi
The-Vote Committee. The convalescent Phillips stated are: today. He leaves Wednesday to' meet with Mrs. Joe Fairchild Jr.,
!-rhese Editor, The Sunday Sentinel-Star: Editor The Sunday Sentinel-Star: that 1 am so interested In seeing r V AIIn_ GCOT* Aide. T. Urara. attend the Methodist Conference Monday. -
two local ..
business fmen ASeaua. r. a. ASUwo r. W. AS a Mr*
: will debate the Issues involved in The solution of Orlando's traffic If the merchants and restaur- parking meters Installed that I am Ra&m andfnoo- w. w. ATOM. Mrs. In SC Petersburg.The The Rev. P. W. Widmer of tfe*
the parking meter problem with problem is important, but why ant owners are so certain that going to the polls and vote for Du0ral .AOJBWO. K. B. .. IIr. M. OLBaO First Presbyterian' church Trffl
r Jr. Jab G. Biker Barry Baidvo.JvUu choir under the directionof
; Dudley arguing for installation of 'is hot the revenue that is pro- they wm be helped. they should them even though I am still con- B-... Ja Bra.... Mia MarY bring 'a Memorial Day message
. the meters whore Whittaker takes duced by parting meters equally as subsidize the meters at 5 cents fined to my bed.I ." BraafeaaL Gconr Braaa. Z. L. Brrwtn. Larry Crooters with Mrs. Eiz- this morning: Remember the Coat.

the negative side," James add. important in this question that. is. per hour.and let an parkers park have seen the benefits of Frank BwneL Brabr.J. G. J.Brvatcr.B. Barmaa.Dr. Tbwma Mrs. Hcdcfi Bn. azeth Arnold at the organ will The chair under the direction

now before the voters>> ? free-but only for one hour per parking meters in other cities allover Y 3u Jets Cajntelm Mr.*. C Jack came Sid sing the anthem Solemn SSence.ZTSB of Mrs. B. R. Briley. wffl sing tIe
The Orlango Junior Chamber It seems to me that the $30.000 Florida and then can be no x Carte. Mrs B- ZCarruaa.. Dr. B. Cftas-
car-and fine of $I for anthem. Lead Me Lord.
.f Commerce a every 6 ... pet Mrs C. D. Cfcrtrt.: tin. Leis Clark.
Vote Get-Oot-The- or $40,000 a year which would be overtime offense! .. and withoutany doubt they are the answer Or- 'trio r Mn lest Oartawh. Grady .H. CoeUfer. .. Dr. Frank Gray. Joaepb B. Mattel,
Committee feels that the produced by meters is something fixes:?the fines to be creditedto lando needs to its parting problems t Bam K. Carroaa. Jaam Baft. Prsarta 1&*,. Tbnma G. Lee.Fai The first gasoline auto in tha
Importance of installing meters to seriously consider That amountof ," the contractor said. '_ _'____U_ J. Haj* Dca.*. Mr sad Mrs WHBaa DIal. Pattffia. A. J TlMfBaa L M. RaiwrtMa. United States was invented by C.
In the downtown the subsidizers to the extentof pawl L. Du aLava 8- DeCTe. &dDvficr Ray StttTTs. M. R. ante!. Wtaaa Ssadep.
area of oar money win go a long way Earte Ovaca. BvcB Dnacaa. J M. Sat Sbtrer sad Or. R. D. Thomas E. Duryea In l0f.
the five cents hour-and the Orlando WELLBORN PHILLIPS .
".lIImu ty has created such .a toward per i "One of reasons awls, B. D. KTlnav Mr*. WUBaai Ota. ---
helping city treasury.
rontrovenj it is that our any additional income by way of i I and a few other cities have failed to vote lor meters. dears' rtkaar. Ocanc aa nis. C. M.
citizens be risen an proper opportunity la addition, the money pat Into fines to go to the city for upkeep t* install meters is that the *i a a a fler* Gahr.Jotm Fouxt Mamct Gar Mr L Job Mrs rrcraaa.Lfeyd Selects.
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t. hear both tides of tie issue" the parting meter will be Med and etc meaning among voters are apathetic It is up to 1 j I GaitaL Mn.. LiClaa Gavdrtek. Mia S PhicOrudler. ARE YOU 1N DOUBTABOUT

James said.This to pay for them so we get .a' other things, the silencing of so ;'. all of as to vote for measures t Jams Hartett*c5sataaC Tbonaa Bax Mra..Frank Jofca fray Has.,.
two way deal extra cash ia the many hideous and distracting that will help oar city, he Mount Dora t. C- Haley Carl C. BaX 8. P. H. Barrara.L .
meeting is expected to attract treasury and pay-as-yoa-g noises,such as the new motor bike I added. :j Hasca. Mrs. Omar Hater. Can E2.Keaaeta WHAT YOU NEED IN A HEARING

In one of tte largett audiences meters. cutouts-yelping and stray dogs He pointed to the fact that"nearly *I HoldsGraduation Reward.: H1.Hit .tin.Baekd.Era Mr Htat: *. a.Daraa B. M.D. AID GOOD HEARING IS OUR BUSINESS.WE .
recent weeks at the JayCee- that make the nights sleepless and High Halo Laaar BoUbLuea. Mrs. Riclkar .
luncheon," he said -and I suppose every city has shortsighted aQ of Florida's larger cities j Ismaa. Or. Ha XacrsiB. Mr.. Bettsa CAN FIT YOU WITH A SMALL LIGHT
one Interested in \the parting every people who are unwillingto the gardens and shrubbery bum and many smaller than. Orlando t Jack***. A3r &--. Cartac .Io tW3 .. POWERFUL INSTRUMENT OF SUPERIOR
from sprinkling. Business should Mrs S. Hues Jokajao. Gem W. JohinnaKant.
meter problem is consider spending a nickel to have found the meters success-j i .
invited to at- disburden itself by removing to Jolla .AnonArt TONE QUALITY, ONE OR TWO PIECE.
tend." produce a thousand because'thq : Jane P. Kettfe Sr. Gene
will not get the thousand back in Colonialtown, College Park and i ...rcb SerS7)! H IW"1m1U. Ted Ktaiaa Cbarle Kabaa
:;re.J1 "
Mrs. WffiiaB Law. wuiiaB B. Lawraaa.au ,
other places where rents would fuL"Miss
their own pocket. Harris. I MT. DORA Commencement La.;.. Walter C. Lee Looou C COME AND SEE US

Miss Haney The money brought la by the be and lower congestion, parking eliminated.space plentiful Give exercises for toe High'School A lttj.. J. Laaner.1. D. LetMo.Lavrrace T. Lj J..a-Ltadort Dr. Mere Mn.

meters would work to the benefit held in the Community Bldg. tfttk I(. MaU.o. Id: Mara C. C. M Omit -
of an and payment of the nickels the public the saving and 'business Gives Plans Auditorium May 30. Mrs OoaeaB MeKvao.: Mr. tad Mr*. Audiphone Co. 415 Fla. Bonk Bldg. Ph. 2-3516
Installed AsClub will but will be saved. Wtitaa McJardas Jim Mcltm. C X Me-
j none The Processional was played by Ruse Mrs. Badaao McReraofaU. Mrs.:
I say we should have meters and The sponsors of.the meters bet- I Jeanette Pike Stanley of the lacea Kw..... Had Moaerr. t. A.
join the rest of the cities an over ter put in coin changers with i' Moonerhaak B. C Morris", M. J. Haw Jr. :
Class of 1929. .
wtlUaai i. MmOia. W B. Kkfeaiaaav MUCarai
Head the United States who are getting every meter else disgusted parkers Wedding i The Lord's Prayer was repeated L. llo*W. MSai ZUiabetA a. B.6i .

benefits from them* I have only will hate .Orlando with a real Mathev Rate Mist Deana Rams M. OLOrentrwt. t,
in unison. Junior Glee Club sang 1 tot
APOPKA Miss Winifred Katb- .
W. IIO"1kWa. Harry Pappas
[Specie' to The Sundcy Ser"I"@T-Smr n.Tbe
: recently moved here from a city paai widespread opposition leeen Harris daughter of Mr. and O Lord Most Holy. and the Senior B. H. Parrua. Mrs. ,Jack reancs., Mis
LEESBURG Miss Imogene where meters are in operation andit surely will result to. planned destruction I Aaber rttei. P. L. Pipers, Miss Manatee r tyl
Quartet. Dorothy Eckholdt
Mrs. Winfred Goltlstcn Harris of PlJIft. t. A. r=.... Mrs Robert J. Plea.Mrs. ,
Haney was installed is in cities
as presidentof relief to park in the down- as so common -
was a Raiser Lucille .
Thomas Minkley. Helen
this city, is announcing plans for Riddie. Salem RaftcrUoB. A.K.
the Business and Professional of the North where administrations
town area. RottiBMa. 1
Jay Swank, also
her
to Cleatus John sang.
marriage
Women's Club of Leesburg duringa NEAL VAN HORN suffer almost certain defeat W. H. Sfiemaa. Tea SIMe. Mn. a.

dinner meeting in the Recreation at_ the_ next___ '_ election___u___ after_____ Denary, of Plattsburg. N.Y..which Word of Louise welcome Eckholdt was given second by R Somb.Spued.P. Barwm Garry Satta.StartJn Larry Mrs.Softa.WBitaer : D.. ;
will be an event of Sunday June Lorothy ,
Center Tuesday. installed. H. suaiwaa. ckarla A. saas. Mr. sad
Editor. The Sunday Sentinel-Starr= meters are
Other offIcers ,,1$. honor student. A clarinet! solo. Urm. Dna Sofars. Mr. sad Ian: Gray
elected were Miss I feel somewhat ashamed of Take away the revenue feai I ,, TieSHERATfllpilZi'Direolr
:Lay The Carnival of Venice, was played by Strata Fred Tn Tkataa Tarae
Kllah Kramer wedding win be held atI '
first vice-presi fellow dtlzens who have written i tire and an the present sponsors RI,,", B. Trrc. M. S. Tft5_ / D.
HadI fk. and baritone
Maryann
a
dent: Miss Stacfa Watkins. second will fold and "steal away'Only i p.m. at the Orlando Army Air : Ward. Mrs. darts WktUVId. Mrs: A. Bwatts.
p
to you complaining about parking solo. The Blind Ploughman, by & M aa AAa Wftstaua.: AubBWlnksaarta.
vke-presidentr Mrs. Virginia Bur Base Chapel and the Rev. Ham tie world's ( beach -
meters. Most of them object to about 10 per cent of the Jay Swank. B. A. WIEiaou. Marue J. on most amour 10vigorariag
leson. third vice-president; Mrs P. Turner will officiate. WiEiam WallTam1ll1la& Mn. BJttardWaodnff. breezes tie best all climate for
the extra taxation.'* What people can afford any added taxes ocean year
a
The word of farewell was by Lade B. watle. JobB B.Teller. Tr i
Miss Harris will
Charlotte Peter corresponding: be given in marriage -
smaU way of looking at an, issue -let the other 90 per cent use Doris Ada Harding first honor Ge rt. Zookie. Jake ZorUa. CecilB sports and recreation. New swimming pool and
secretary: ;Miss Sara Barcus. recording that win help our city-meet its their God given privilege of Tot- by. her father and she will ... R. W. Barara. M. P. Baraes. CmaBraaaieT. cabanas. Special Summer Kates. Write or wire. Gas. Mgr.
student. Address by C. Haroltt
secretary; and Mrs. Au- have as her maid of honor her was C C Bartam. Jska C Barber Dr. 1
steadily growing parking problem. inswbether for or against. Either Hippler of Eustis.Graduates Laiaar Darnel Taai OeBBark. Deaa4
drey Williamson treasurer. Miss the sister. Miss Virginia Harris. Her ONE OF THE 11 SHERATON HOTELS
No one can deny that Orlando'sdowntown toters.or the meters should
Louise Adams, past president, installed cousin. Mrs. Leon B. Robinson were Tommye Elizabeth -
the officers-elect in the streets are crowded to get a real command from the pub- Miss Janet Rogers, and Miss De- Cooley Black. Johnny Sue ''r1
absence of Mrs. Stewart W. Hamilton a dangerous degree and if the experts lice. It's right difficult for me to lores Parker of Copper Hill.Term Bond. Betty Jaine Carter, DorothyMae DUTCHLAPAsbestos [

who was ilL say meters will help, well see the general public voting for will be the bridesmaids. Little Teresa Conner Charles Mel-
Mrs. Harry Wickham.. retiring then by an means let's vote on' any additional money outgo.There'are Marcia Robinson. daughter of Mr. ton Davenport. D-rothy Louise Roofkg t,1,i a t n
Tuesday for meters.Those hundreds of fixed income residents
Eckholdt Virginia Claire Port
conducted the busi-
president, and Mrs. Leon B. Robinson, win
'ness session with in Orlando who have reached be the flower Carroll Andrew Grtgzs, Marya&nHadlock. ASBESTOS SITING ; !' oecaava.TMEJRLirfQLlltllCi .
opened reports wbo warn against the girl 1 roar CAIr'r 11aJwE r A o ir Ap+4a
by Miss Sara Barnes secretary, parking meter money being misappropriated their' expense limits. Any additional Dr. John Carroll of Syracuse Doris Ada Harding. .ASPHALT SHINGLES i:!;' SHEOeFWTtbitb i a.AD040.VfaMABO .OteMAeMJ

and Mrs. Audrey Williamson, have very little casts win drive residents N. Y. a classmate of the bride- Nancy Lou Hawkins. Stephanie GUTTCS: ar+HOCA.1 MERSELiA13CI
II' wtirr>:
triJ r'uc
treasurer. Mrs. Burleson mem- knowledge of Orlando and Or out of the city. The city and other groom-elect, will be nest man. and Marcia Lushington Hayes Lucius .. HI,! + vnao lsalrisc cAN ct w4tTE clcst STATE AUTO

bership chairman reported a total lando's people. Rave we any sponsors ought to know these classmates Al Ne ion and Wil Thomas Houser. Helen Lucille DOWN SPOCTS I
of 37 members for the year record of such things In oar city things and then use their individual liam Hanley will be ushers. Minkley. Virginia M. Pollard Lila BODYWORKS

with five new members. Mrs. L, government I believe ,net.I Judgments free of reprisals Miss Betty Hubet win be organist Lee Rhodes. Ruth Irene Risley. LT.JERNKANHoofing !
Griner-and.lrs. Martha Kennedy and other pressures. Let the opposition and Airs Robert Ivey. a cousinof Laura Blanche Roseborough. Willie 1 r'tArw wf
.-welcomed as visitors. think the Orlando newspapers also disregard such racketeering the bride-elect wm be the Ray Shivers Jay Lester Swank. and Sheet Metal ., ectdtrouL
Mrs. J. P. IfcDowell have been extremely fair In presenting methods. '
presentedMrs. soloist. Robert Eugene Turner. C. B. I 11 Alexander PL TeL '7127
Wickham with beautiful ear- both sides of this question. L. GLENN ROOF Another cousin of the bride- White of the Navy Earle Mouse
bobs gift from the club In appreciation but I believe you should take an elect. Mrs. C. f. Dickinson will Wilder. Charlene Ida Wilson. I

for her efficient term as even stronger editorial stand in More than 100.000 plants forma entertain the bridal party, the
president of the club. and Miss favor of the parking meters as a giant floral dock at the zoo in family and out-of-iown guests at

Adams presented Miss Haney with means of urging every one to vote Sydney. Australia. The clock's dialis a reception at her home. 517 Magnolia -
a gardenia Mrs. Lillian on Tuesday. It is usually the lack ATTENTION L\.1fDQWNDS
corsage. II feet in diameter and the A ft. in Orlando immediately -
D. Vkkers-Smith. publicity chairman of a vote that kips favorable measures minute hand is GENERAL
eight feet long. following the ceremony.. PREVIEWS, IXC. TIRES
was unable to be present and rather than a powerfully majority -
Mrs. E. P.. Williamson handled an against the measure. "The Motional Real Estate Clearing House"KlW
HARLAND. S. SYLVESTER. Tar* g..t.. FfcM .... -Sea Frmmnmt -Las.&......
arrangements for decorating the USED FURNITUREAUCTION AND BATTERIESFOR
tables with roses Shasta daisies OffersSCILXTillCALLT -

and Easter lilies and in planning turned from Washington. D. C. PLANNED SALES
the program. Mrs. Earl Toungblood Mrs. Er- SALEAT ESTATES: : KAXCHES: DEVELOPMENTS: CARS AND TRUCKSWinter

Mrs. Lillian D. Vickers-Smith nest Youngblood. Its. J. C. E.... goad M rid !... '"""'--'- sad Lt.Cplct. ..& Park 478
and daughter Miss Vivien Vick- TELEPHONES: Orlaada 244.31ll'U'LA11H1i4j
Youngblood and: her guest Mrs. rroarer..
en-Smith. of Richmond. Va. who Franklin and Miss Ruth Grafton OUR CHICAGO ST. WAREHOUSE c--- irQSPCUUZIJ
is risitin her mother spent Wed-
nesday and Thursday in St. Augustine spend Wednesday at Silver Tuesday, June 3, Starting at 10 A. M. ) SALES CAMPAIGNS '
Springs.
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and at Daytona Beach At War 0. PWMOTlrf PW ..... :
Mrs. Ada Pike has returned -
: < 1'00r TO CSf fKSTrlfWS IT FAJS TOO"
Par farther information articlesfor
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.t; ()P (JiI1eJlAM I Turnesa Cops_ British Amateur Title




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By BOB HAYES' : Pqge 8 fflif mtoim &rolU !I-&tar Orlando, Florida, June 1 1,1947

i It wasn't until near the fag end of the Gainesville- Chapman Loses

Qilando game Friday night that the crowd sensed that I

Mason The Leeper had a record in the making. i! Phalanx Takes Keller's Two Homers Lead Way i i Ii r Mize Collects

grandstand strategists were in the main
more Out 3-2 In
occupied with heaping invectives upon the heads of the V As Yanks Rout Bob Feller 8-4 I

,::enatorv, berating them because they were able to do nothing more :

than stir up molecules! as they swung in vain at Leeper's blazing ;.Belmont Stakes; CLEVELAND [tAPj] Charley Keller knocked in five 14th Homer As

I .last pitches. Final Round p runs with two homers. and a single as the New York

>r The situation brought to mind the old baseball axiom You Yankees routed Bobby Feller yesterday to open a 15-game

can't hit 'em when yon can't see 'em!" And that was just about r ; Western Invasion with an 8-4 triumph over the Cleveland
Faultless Fifth
4 : :
I true Friday night. CARNOSTIE. Scotland API .. r. Indians. Giants Win 109NEW

7 The young Gainesville left-bander la fast, brother. He possesses Willie Turnesa won the British ;. Both smashes were off the Cleveland ,
,
fl lot of stuff too. As a matter of fact one league umpire who had Amateur Golf Championship yes- NEW YORK [UPI Phalanx acting Fireball King who was '; tlV

.worked behind the plate while Leeper: pitched prior to Friday night terday with his motherInlaw'sputter vt at last like the big time colt knocked out of the box for the YORK (AP) The Mew

haU-jestingly, half-truthfully observed that Leeper's "change-up Those and two an educated wedge. t L that millions of turf fans had fourth straight time: They increased York Giants nosed out the Pittsburgh
and Tur-
10-9
weapons Pirates in
pitch was faster than moat of the rYat of the pitchers fast ball in nesa's calm unemotional touted him to be. scored a stirring Keller's homer total to 12 and a free-hit-
execu- ting affair winning in the last
his batted in
runs figure
this to 31
league.
,
victory the
yesterday mile-and-
'I
; tion were all he needed to catch both half of the ninth tnntng when
*:' Leeper's one pitching fault is his ahalfBelmont Stakes and threw tops for the circuit.
lack of control. That's why he's and overcome Dick Chapman his Keller smacked Rookie Outfielder Lloyd Gerhart
the first in
.vm*. the Florida State League today. I Walker Cup teammate 3 and 2, the battle for three-year-old the Initial frame with Tommy slammed Art Herring's first pitch

I'.l in an all-American final-first in thoroughbred honors into a mud- Henrich aboard to give the for a home run.

Claude Dietrich veteran scout for the Atlanta Crackers who I the history' of the golfing classic. dle.Roaring to the front hi the Yankees a %-0 lead. After the Indians ,n_ '4. iY After the Pirates had taken a

own Leeper. telephoned this department after the game. He too. was Willie and Dick provided stretch in this most grueling of went ahead 3.% in the bot- 3-1 edge against Mike Budnick. the
excited by the southpaw's : 4,000 Scots tom half of the third Keller Giants can: back in their half of
record-smashing. But he was more Interested spectators to an the triple-crown races Phalanxput
in the Improved control Leeper I eyeful of a thrilling duel rljhtdown sealed Feller's fifth defeat with the second inning with four runs
displayed during the game. dn a brilliant burst of speed --
take
WILLIE TURNESA to a 5-3 lead. Home runs by
He had a right to be interested.. to the curtain on the 34th to outlast the long shot Tide Rips, another two-run drive in the

I Dietrich_ signed up Leeper. at a reported price of 8200. just after I I green. ... sixth American. to win. I i who finished a fast closing second Karl fifth. Drews Bob has making won five.his first each Bobby with Thomson a nan and on base Billy off Rigney starter

the Dallas. N. C. leit-nander I There ahead of another outsider. Tailspin. I
had appeared in the annual Esquire Willie's borrowed putter I start of the campaign, permittedsix Fritz OsttrmueHer, accountedfor
game in New York three years ago. : did the trick.: It stroked him In hits and four runs in seven the runs

i "Wish Eagan: (Detroit's veteran stoat) told me Leeper had as : straight and true from 10 feet for Branca Blanks !i Phalanx who disappointed his I innings. He was relieved by Joe The Dues tied the count In

much or more stuff than Hal Xewhooser had at a comparable age" J i a par three to end Chapman'sdream backers by failing as the favoritein Page- who fanned four of the last the third with two runs on; a

the Cracker eont beamed. j I[ of victory. Boston both the Kentucky Derby and six batters. e' pair of single and a doable by

"We had him with Atlanta In the Southern Assn. the latter i In becoming the sixth American : Braves I Pre tneu Stakes. had a new Every Yankee except one hit Ralph Kiner, bat the Giants
of the 1945 part i I i to carry off Britain's prized trophy, rider yesterday In young Roper safely, Joe DiMaggio increasing his went ahead again 8-5 when John
5 season and one time when we used him to a relief role I'Turnesa made as brilliant a come- For 5-0 Donos who succeeded the vet consecutive game streak to 14 witha ., Dike rifled his 14th home run ia

-fhe was 16 then-he pitched seven hitless innings for the Crackers. : back u Camoustie ever wit- Victory j eran. Eddie: Arcaro. fifth inning double. r the fourth with iwo men on

'But.. be was awfully wild I I nessed. Donoso. who was tossed to the NEW soul (At. J j CLEVELAND. (A) : : : j With Bill VoiseUe on the mound

"Last year we had him with Waycross in the Georgia-Florida I He started miserably, requirde BOSTON [APJ Young Ralph t turf while riding Phalanx as a t mn-'i.! 7" J ; J iWkrf'' J T i i CHARLEY KELLER I; for the Giants the Pirates took the

League for a while. He was too wild then. This year we sent him [f1 strokes for 'the first nine and: I Branca blanked Boston 9-0 on six I two-year-old in the Walden Stakes RtnrMljf ass 1 adtmr.s 3,551 lead In the eighth with a two-run:
to Gainesville hoping Myril Hoag be I: was five-holes down to Chapmanat hits [.tkr.a. .. i jt i j tMBta rtrf i } rough on Feller. I outburst. Frank Oustine driving
would able to help him rain yesterday: as Brooklyn moved I at Pimlico last Fall, was aboard DII.... I I I I 1.__ I ."- __
?game control Dietrich added. the turn. Chapman shot the (into a third him for the first time since that X.Qwt11t- 1 } ...*;ML Ik t i t > 1 T In both tallies with a single. The
., nine In two-under-par 34. place tie with the i I w-J..a 4 :I 1 1 l Galas,2b 4,53 SI Giants again tied the score in the
;' U Leeper acquires control he won't be around to plague Flor i in the i accident. Phalanx responded to Ikna.. 3 s. rtrltt 4 1 1 SI 1A.a.M'LI
And then Willie began to play Braves torrid National Lea- half on three straight singles off

'league ida State batters.League: They batten aren't for anxious long.That ought to be good news for golf. He shot the next five holesin r rue pennant race. I I Ir jhia two gentle of them urgings had had as though a heart-to-the -..-...-... .I 6.A 1 .i A S i "ruler HciWU. __*"_ .E.1 i i. .t 1 .i I I 5. { Cub Uprising I|I Nick Strtncerteh Thomson' sent
fact him. One 444 24 to catch Chapman. who jstrincevich to the showers with
reason perhaps -
p-- i i i i i
*' heart talk before the .
tftnMm
is that he's The Dodgers knocked out race was run. ttkftorinu
the pitcher who hit DcLand't Mel Sloan a week wobbled badly after being bunkered t Phalanx 1 s t S. Defeats Phils his fourth safety.
paid $660 14.20 and
.I'irO' Saturday night and dangerously injured ,him. at the 10th. Walter Lanfnn nl. who was L oU.S 5 5 5 t I I I PITTSIUKM (N) i atw VOMK (M)
I j i$3.70 across the board in the I I tetlCM I. 5 5 t 5" r 11. .. ..r&l. ,
: Out of curiosity, a check of Willie shot the second nine In making his first start of the ..
: Georgia-Florida League 'records last sea- mutuels while Tide Rips paid $7.10 ;a- ii.i. PHILADELPHIA rAP) The Chicago csp 32122$5U. 11541
35 TIK H 1 tetaJa I KfkwCcfSoOna 4 2 1 4 rwikbl 2 2 1
year showed that strokes to go to lunch all square. F 442T1I.r..d5 2 251f
Leeper was In 11 games for Waycross. He finished son. with a four run blast in the and $5 and Tilspin rewarded his .-. of .M ftll r In 3tk Cubs, handcuffed through f. 1 I Bliriuad 5245S
only two of them pitching 39 innings and winding He shot a succession of nine third *backers with a $3.60 show .-..no..s fur keg,... k> Ilk owIII'.la 3 I 5 1 125MaN :11151
up with a 2-4 Inning and added another. price. six
won-lost straight pars going out in the c itnrk wt IW WoiTI In ttkmfw f innings unlimbered their big ii.alr.21 :I I 2 4 2('e...., I' 1 C 1B.wa
record. In those 39 innings he struck out 68, walked 51, hit afternoon and went ahead for run against Glen Elliott In the I Faultless the odds-on post- ky UraiBfiXi : bats for 1 ; .'.........11 45555L.ed.
seven
in the
runs final
four batters and uncorked four wild time favorite was unable to go the Turk __ !lie 2:11 2114-I .. :i. 5 2 liGs ..3 3 5 1 :I'BufoooIr&.A
pitches. the first time on the 27th hole fifth. Pete Reiser's second home .[ 0..1. ___.___ IGJ 55M5-4 i three frames and behind the SIt I t'e&. rbp 1 5554M.'Le.
added four .
distance
I when Chapman smacked two shots and faltered sharply tn.-wlt1.. BUM 5.54.4 l --t 4'!er i. a.. ..! S 4 1 5 .. 9u.Se1.Y t t 1 1 1
Larry Smith who last I run of the year with Jackie Robinson i in the late going to finish fifth n I. XcQBlu Itrk XIt t rtrtL 'Two-tow_ :hit pitching of Southpaw Johnny .. ._. 1 1 1 s .w-.. 4.154
Sunday stroked:his way to the 194T Cfu'Polt into the rough. on base highlighted the Bern. MttkwrlA. DiJfcugl: MHlulnn. ROM ran 1 1 1 1 q 4......... 11151
;; Championship may be a j i looting nothing at aU like the -KtOft t. *t.lM bas.-Mrkaks. beetrke.- Schmitt defeated the Philadelphia kMaaekToUh S 1 1. KY.Ysa.1 t. t 1 1
comparative
newcomer to local golfing : Coming Into the home stretch four run.spree. ,'speedster who had. won the Preak- ,KtltMr Dr... DOOM pUn -Mrkortrk- Bbum. I...... 1 1 1 S1T tlwa.he .5.5.
'Circles but he carved out a fair reputation in New aixari to Urmn York w '
Chapman laid
City before into
gamely : and who
:; to Orlando 15 every Branca. in winning his fifth I ness. had. won eight out lLs--4n Tor ..-n-.... T. Bun .. Mdi. Itrttw..... I It I . ,
coming some months ago; I shot, played nothing .safe, aa he game against three of 11 races as a three-year-old It 54gbn rfr Dm 4. -ff woirr i atnttrut Nicholson; homered with one on in Bnnaa..
5T;. Larry 32-year-old Insuraneeman. annexed the Metropolitan strove to put) Willie back to him. setbacks prior to yesterday. ah 24 i. kr nrtw* 1. ky TM 4. ky I the eighth, his sixth drat cloutof 1'4 ----_
walked I .... .
.
I none and allowed Wolff L Rittft
only Dnwi TOT .IDn. err Ie' lists tall It 1111 I
Amateur title at the age of 21 back in 1135 and the next year won From the 2th through the 32nd j three runners to reach second base. Fourth money of $5,000 went to r i. .rr Pap i ,. t. fIf .i......... t i i the season. i i -1" Mr *ta the Long Island Open. the Pinehurst. N. &, star reeled I Mrs. Obert 1.,Gerry, owner of the i to 3..1? WoUT I .. :. WnM itck-Dram. "" | -ru for fvOtnm tm *.
off four The paid attendance of 23.275 was tni pltckcr-Onn.( taint rUttar-r Oir. r.1 Len IferuUo Phil CavarretU : 5-4041 w& tar Birtr k> Tbm .
*<, Veteran of five years service in the Air straight pars and then I t the largest strong finishing Young Peter. i .Mr-sd.w. HrKhttar "*>n> and Meai 5Ms Mw M'sU wU atend
:;T..Y'PW .,.... _......._ ... _._ __ U..._' .M __ _L Transport_ Command_ ; a birdie four on a 473-yarder. I single game weekday Beecause of the i TiB.-141 ltt.Wnw2L2U that
| attendance here since 1933. I fact only a, J.TU e.04ra1Ortiz !,i ,I __ dw .e rw .... M r.
-In I It gained him nothing. Willie '1 SROOKirN (N) ia1TOS! 4N) two hones who had run In the I I that brought the Cubs their sixth 5h. tna\ftJt:

; out Herb Smith who went : matched him exactly stroke for' -, .5,5. .' tl r 15. Derby and Preakness were In the successive: win this year over the I r 1IluMrsb ____ Ila III 411t
on to win the title. In a first- .nIIt'D. 4 I J 1 .RalIHuf 4 5 5 4 5 i SuccessfulIn a.: Tat -- 1" IN tll&Mpep. -
round match stroke. Finally, at the 33rd. the IeS -.1\ I 1 1 3/Rellll.d 1 I 1 5 Belmont yesterday, the victory Phils tree.-O.UM. .MfIII'I. Lee. Se
... strain of trying to catch an opponent ..1_.<1 .1 t I 1' S "...ro..1h I S I S 1 by Phalanx left the threeyearold I 1 515141 M-TM.. .. Sena ItIIaa. t]Mr !.
i "allI".ff' 4 5 5 I 1 Lalli.N.15 4/ 1 5.1 Title oww. 3. _1_ I. X1w S eae..h.t r.-
rQuiek once-around Sports who wouldn't crack proved R.54.54 I. 5 S 1 a-.u.1f 4. 1 2 5 field without a legitimate Defense Cubs Hand Red Hats IIIt-JUaw. Ir _.1&.... _. .
: Editor Benny Kahn of the Dayton too much for Chapman, and he II hriUe.1I 2s11. 45 3 5 I title claimant. Jet Pilot, winner XlOT. RurtMTI. rrlflcw--KHxt. Coun*. IfwkteHO
i I ; Bes-jn News.Journal reports that Tim 1.1.: 5 1 1/ 1 1l1aI1... 3/ 1 5 1 of the HONOLULU [API His claim of i -WWrt M Kin W )(. Uti' w ---
Tyler and
Jim II .
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Blalock muffed Kentucky Derby not I
RoII a six-foot putt to go two Jort m.Ik I I S I .na.D I' tIi : was a foul in the First Loss of Season ...... fl .. ?ts yBIIdIUdI. 5. 5- w .....-.,.
lins outfield stars will try out this week with the Fs. FSL I down. That did it. RMM.HBrmm.t 4 I I I IIL.It....... 5 s I S I entered and neither were several 13th rejected amid 2. lit v.1.... J. di o.01r.o.Y. t. lit
'| Sec. Fete Schaal is poling sportswriters Whe nthe Earl of I. 5 5 IIG.2flLU.55 5 other three-year-old standouts boos. Bantamweight boxing champ The Cubs handed the Red Hits Tb..4u' 1. fIf St'sw s.b t. .shall .......
1 Ii now for a "sampling" of Strathmore (.Utaukr 1 1 : / :: Manuel Ortiz came back strong their first defeat in five I I Oat--uer I k> T-.u. k w.T **J. 1. Btt
starts
the league allstarrookie and limited ce.ytteran teams that i Queen Elizabeth's brother presented I"'_.. SS SS ;I including On Trust the by -.e Bodafck t ta i IIIIIiIIP l i! fans win elect for the Turnesa with the big !lrr.I<1.-. I 1 1/ 1 I Itrr. pride of the Far West who finished last night to take an undisputed i taking 7-2 victory in Boys Club I err VotMll t to 1..R TkMn. 1 !. t. KTi (
July 13 all-star game. Larry Hartley cup ......... 5 1 5 .{i 15-round decision over challenger Junior Baseball League I i TriBkl S t. 1..e --... 1(5 I J* #fln
I j Saint Aocustiee native who was bought from the Saints Willie said into the microphone: I Baal.,.. S 5 5 I i second In the Preakness.' David Kul Kong Young. play yesterday .t.(. 1 to 1 I-J. elf tub t to I. elfIIItntcl
by
Atlanta at Exposition Park. .
] i I 4 to 1 1-1. ofT Htntnc t to 1
1 last Fall won his first three starts with Durham N. C. When "Sir. Chapman is my good Tottli n S,;211'a1a1a' 3251113 Trailing Faultless were 'Walter : The first chamntonshin fight in I Howard Martin pitched two-hit 1\1aBI. Ilte111to-1'r1''e.' Loaf 1ItdIaIrial. -aer.
; Mayor Billy BeardaD Friday friend a fine golfer. He deserves .-ni'd wt tar & KlUoa In leab.hI P. Chrysler's Brabacon in sixth, Hawaii it drew 13,845'spectators baIl Cwntrw-dBluL BaidM tat falls
said he for
thought he would be able to fur CMVOT ta Htk l Belair Stud's the Cubs to gain a tie I
lot of Hyblaze in
t a credit for the seventh
guarantee the Pittsburgh Pirates the hotel accommodations i i e-r.m tar T )krorakk "J I who paid $56,469. \ with the Red Hats for league leadership *
they :
Khyber
Pass in
he played. I: feel fortunate eighth and WilLiam
way -
> t Stan k I It was the third I
wanted he knew whereof he btaiaa: meeting of the
f : spoke: he was then In the midst 011 that I won. I hope to see yon aD : l.abb. M4 tit --*-J I I II Hells' Lady's Ace In last 'fighters and the second Score KILL HIS
baring the victory by innings:
Orange -
Court Hotel, where the Pirates wanted to next at 00. 555 Ms-I place.
I -
stay year as want to come I -
: The Cook, twins I linni-limit. Kant httel'Itanllt'. f for Ortiz, who knocked out Young I r he FLEASTorment
; Clem and Jim. I BoMnFntn -
i i briefly this who were with the Senators back and defend my trophy. 5" bI.. r.'Ok.bas.. .It.-'kua. !, last. July 12 after losing a 10- CUBS .....-... ...... -.. :303: 10-7 8 li i :
Spring have. .nit the Frostproof Orange Belt League I The cup represents the second i I.al k...-.irl_*., aimU.-. Bas.ad.. -. IHotai I II Patton Equals World's100Yard rounder decision to the Honolulu-.RED HATs...... ..02000-222 :. Dustwill ,;
; clsb and returned to Arkansas. national chapionship won by i riflci- Bum* G. EUtotC: t '
t
Un 's b.w.-'Wtl,5' 1. BOIM *. Bwi Chinese in 1938. before he won Martin and Claudy; Crowderj
Willie who was set aside years bus-cur Lanfnoml t .ft 6 Ellrtt 1..e I Dash Mark the title. Ortiz weighed 118; and Parron. !, kill the fleas
.
; *** ago by his five professional broth- I swig L Burl rt-kf Brian L k' S. Em- I
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, I Mi. .I. HMirr... UnrnMnni 4 _Ia J 1:J Imrtnti.mi f fr LOS ANGELES [APJ Mel Patton I Young 118 3-4. on your dog in
ers to win the amateur laurels for ;
- inal Plans for Local ).a T ua.1..1 :a. I IMT inptr .a *, .rrBcalty University of Southern Cali i
]f Knothole the family while they attended to 1 r Hi L Hit to trlwr7 Conwr (R<*- I fornia's sophomore sprint star. eoujcac TENNIS i i 30 seconds-if it foils, it
'him) A Better
Lwtnt ..
fltrsr-LnramonL Place
CmptnJurfe *-* Cornell Dartmouth to
1.
: the money play. He won the }1.,._ w4 a.,. TtM-IJ7. th.dSouth eqaulled the world's record for the St. Lawrence S. CUrksoa 4. is free! Harmless to the
li I Gang To Be Set Tomorrow American amateur at Oakmont in --u.r.s. I 100 yard dash for the second time Colttt IX. cttca Tennis dub 0. F1SHPICNICSWIMILUE
1938. Chapman won the American: 1 yesterday running 94 seconds' in BttUlo VniTfriitr eOLUGIl t Colt Alfrw4 0. dog.

J Final plans for: formulation of.the Orlando I i title at Winged Foot In 1940. Africa Net Squad la dual meet with U.C.LA A stiff Dtrtmotrth 4. UeOffl 2. 1 Ib. box _._.$1.00
Knothole Chapman was the third of his : Hobart SS. BkmUtoa ii. SPRINGS PARK i.
wind aided him.
: pang will be mapped at a meeting of the four co-sponsors J Walker Cup teammates that Tur Eliminates Great Britain j It was the same time he recorded Alumni .. T.l. 7. I V.1&. box 30c

bf the organization to be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow. nesa mowed down in winning the SCARBOROUGH. England [APJ a week ago at Modesto. The On Historic St. Johns River Sold by Feed Seed and
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title. In Friday's semi-final he i South A Good Place To Fish I ,
: The Boys Club, the YMCA the Scouts Africa defeated Great Britain : record was set by Frank Whkoff:
Boy and
\ Club will the [turned back Marvin I Bud] Ward, in the third round European fof[ Southern California in 1930 I OAKLAND and Hardware Stores.
Optimist serve as co-sponsors of the Orlando Spokane Wash, and in
Zone Davis
a previous ] Cup elimination by and equalled in 1935 1 j PatentedWILLIAMS'
----- by OhioState's i
Knothole. Gang, in conjunction round he eliminated Frank: four matches to one. Jesse Owens and in 1949( FII.Q&K! BLUE SPRINGS RU"

the Sentinel-Star. that members would be admitted Stranahan Toledo. 4 matches to 1. by Stanford's Clyde Jeffrey. I I CHEMICAL CO.
r..th 3 Miles West el On CftyBOATSMOTORSCABINS .".
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i Fred Englehardt of the to every home game played by the Boats-Balt-Motors i TTACTCKTRS20S

iBoys Club Secy. Jack Barber of Senators.It Czechoslovakia Netters Jobs Gramling. Ugr. Oakland, fla. i Sooth Parramore' lit.I0BU.'fIO -
(the YMCA Chm. Claude Wolfe is expected: that enrollment of I Stan Spence's Two Homers Go I i

j lof the Central Florida Boy members will get under way before i iI i Enter Semi-Finals '

Scout Council and Yice-Pres. next weekend. II PRAGUE API] Czechoslovakia's
Clyde Huber of the In Vain Nats I
I Club as well as interested Optimist I, as Tigers Edge two man tennis team beat New i
memI I
Zealand in doubles last
NEW MERCURY 3.2, 6,10 ben meet of to their organizations will DETROIT [AP] Frank [Stubby] Overmirs, Detroit's I 4-6. 9-7, 36. 10-8 to night enter 6-2.the I:
work
out final
.e OUTBOARD H.P.'I for the gang. details stocky little lefthander, fooled everybody but Stan Spence semi-finals of the European Davis .

Bus. Mgr. John Ganzel of the yesterday as the Tigers beat the Washington Nationals 5 to I Cup competition.France'Trims. I -

: See RALPH HAGOOD-Ph. Orlando Senators has told the 4 despite Spence's pair of two-run homers. I I

I f 321 W. Fine (At Orlando Weldiif Knothole Gang organizers that a Besides driving in all the Washington runs. Spence's : Monaco

Complete Xcpairs Oa AD Makes I section of bleachers would be two wallops high into the I u fflf I2
right In Davis
t roped off for the youngsters and field stands accounted for half histeam's r i Cup Play I II
!. ky CMMiM 1.F Onnli S. Hltt--WtMMtmmi I PARIS f API France moved into I II
- -I hits as Overmire turned tn.., 11 .. t-I Innjnu. off Cur I !. S.1:
a four-hitter with the aid of Paul err CMdlBt ). 1. .n Onrmtn 4 !. I.}. err the semi-final round of the Euro ,
Amllzmg Tad 1 ta 1-I. mUrnin( ktu.fctf--Oxmtrn. Li.- pean Zone Davis Cup
tr.lll competition
new (
trt.tlf" Dizzy[ : Trout, who came In from tut rt 5I'-Mat.,.. rtd"aL.meI. I
uniU. = I yesterday with an easy. : doubles I
the bullpen to retire the last two RwM and Boror. TIM-Zl*
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:t.n. win over Monaco..
i men in the ninth. I

I THE Overmire didn't yield a hit until
Catcher At Evans singled in the

I had sixth a and 4-0 Detroit lead 'JI'i i I I N \I

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new WZfiner motor (easily tattaHed Lake : _"
I his fifth of the season for the "

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Just how the work, of the Legislature to date has impressed ,r Orlando, Florida, June 1 1,1947 She &nn&rn &tnt *!-&tar Page 91 t ,; :i t :


prominent sportsmen will be of interest and Leesburg Ace -I II [Shorthorn Sale J

we've asked several leaders in sporting circles to tell us lewWorsham, Takes One Point 1 Armed Forces Stock Car Races I IfEEK

exactly what they think, and not mince woids. These

articles, or interviews, will appear from time to time. Wins 12th Tilt; Lead in Goodall! Tournament t Unity Bill i Is I Breaks Record ..--

First sportsman: to comply> with our request Is Oriando I
A. H. Set for
-Pred" Iseley. who lives out on Lake Concord at 748 Glendonjo Dr. NEWTON, Mass. [AP] While Ed [Porky] Oliverand Made PublicWASHINGTON I SundayWith i i KANSAS CITY [APJ An arrayof

Fred is wen known in Orlando throughout the State and in fact Play Here Today Vie Ghezzi were shattering the Charles River Country I! I : 195 lots of prize Shorthorn

throughout the Southeastern States. His articles in the Florida I Club's 72-par with sparkling cards of 66 and 67 respectively,'! lAP The Senate a field of 24 contestants i!battle' sold for an all-time record

Sportsman magazine and other publications have attracted wide at- the steady 73 third round of Lew Worsham boosted him to Armed Services Committee already entered. the Orlando Racing ,prize of $343,085 at the American sale
I IAsm. i in two-day
tention. Royal Bldg. a
t .Specc! 'c ToLEESBURGJack SJXJG, Sen* nei-Stcrl] I the of the Goodall yesterday made public the final
And for what I top Round-Robin Tournament's list with J Ja will stage its first in a ,,which ended yesterday.i : .
now Fred bas to say on the subject of the Florida Baumgarner ... draft of its bill for
"unified direction
51 totalWorsham -
pIus Canada.
series of stock at the 1 Buyers from 42 States
Legislature! ] and "work"4o date in '- car races j I i i
line with conservation: chained up his 12th victory here with two more roundsto I "-without a merger-of the Azalea Driving Park, formerly Scotland.and Argentina bid on the : !
"To that :
say the present Legislature 6 6li
has 'sold the now in session at Tallahassee last night as the Pirates set the I go today, led Bobby Locke of nation's military branches undera known the Seminole Speedwayand sleek herd put up for sale by Ralph I 6r
sportsmen down as
the river' is really putUaz it Standings of r
mildly,
I until recently owner
Senators down, 3 to 3. Moose South Africa by a single point Secretary of National Security.A Smith
and the short-siahtedness of these men to penalize the largest industry Sal-j I Driving Park in Casselberry.next .famed Sni-A-Bar Farms in Jackson \
in Florida ter came through with the black side of the golfing final vote the will
our tourists, in favor of a few hundred men that on on measure Sunday. County.
homer-with none on as he led off ,
urn their livings by commercial ledger. eMrita Yesterday !be taken by the committee next The butt. Pittodrie Upright:
fishing and robbing the assets of the Pirate half of the eighth 1 Seven events have been scheduled top
our fair State for their personal benefit should be reflected in the frame. His other hit of the evening I I Locke lost two points yesterday Leesbnrt *t.'.ORLAXDO- Saaford 1.Today's .XOaJaesTJH Wednesday. Chm. Gurney (R- for the inaugural card and'bought in Scotland by Smith last i
S.
D.I it to be
expects approved E
sportsmen and those interested in tourist double. ,while putting together a par72in Came* year for an aB-Ume record price
attraction
to
not forget in was a ., teeabart at ORUUTDO. 'without major change will be throughnext
.-Uie next election of 1948. The Senators started their scor- foursome competition with Ben PalaUa at DeLaad- entries accepted of S6U35. brought $34.O Friday
ing in the first when Lybrand led Hogan last year's Goodall winner Daytona Daub ., "t AacwtfeM.Siatord The measure asserts the intent Saturday, officials announcedlast from F. S. Davidson of Irma
""Their utter disregard: of conserving the dwindling! fish'life is off with a double to center but Lloyd Mangrum and Lawson. Lit- 'I at Ostaa.ue.t :of Congress to provide for three night. Entries should be Ohio representing a group ef If II III

even reflected further bj the latest bill to be introduced [and was nipped at third as Justice Was ,, i I IJ separate military departments mailed to Paul Sanborn Jr.. president Ohio breedersThe
tie.Gherzi's
1. with a good chance of passing, to abolish I| 67-earned him 11 plus J NATIONAL LEAOUC. ..... Army. Navy and Air Forceandfor of the association, Orlando.
the present Game and safe on a fielder's choice. Braziel Tow W. L. Pit. f a T..0w. L St top price for females at !
Fresh Water Fish Commission which Is non-political and to throw fanned and Bevil doubled to bring points in his foursome and jumped !(_T'.rt tt 14 .M0 ..rttoa/s rr IT j.* J'/' "authoritative and coordination Only members of the association the sale was SS.IM. paid by E
raiuo n ie.,4e; 1 ;rwi-Ma n a .all unified direction under win be eligible to compete
him from sixth third
to
It openly in politics by requiring this cenmission to run for election Justice home. placewith I Bmklra 2. IT J41 t Clanjmd I* n .t n (%:i iBwtaa civilian control but not to merge Th. following contestants have George Cox. of Grandforks.
every four years. In the fifth Abreo led off with 18 plus points four more 5,1T.3411 At. r-.. U S .MI I them. N. D, for a two-year-old half
; eavKs VestordayKew : been registered: Marion McDonald. : I
than Ellsworth Vines who set the
I a walk and was sacrificed to Tat 18. PtuiknnK !. Cecil Dobaon. Harold Decker, sister of Pfttodrie Upright
see ond by Payne. Lybrand wentdow first day's pace by piling up 15 BrooUja J- Boston 0. .
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Bea
"Now for the Pittodrie Rosewood utJ.
life of,me, I certainly can't see where such 1 Nelson, Bob Lylen. Alvin
a changeR edo first to him points holding Friday's oppon- I OUcato 7. Philadelphia 1 (aicat) ., George
work to benefit put on Onlj (.ee..eheduled.) ; Close Tilts Seen McGlore Sonny Bourdon Bill The first 20 bead of cattle to go -I I
any ; it would abolish the chance o? any group ofconpiniontrs third and he scored on Justice'striple ents even and losing a point dur- Voday's Came
to plan long range improvements by constant to right In the sixth BerU ing his third round for which be nbaaU Bltehera: c__ wad lost fee"Ita Parsons. Eugene Horton. John through the auction ring avenged II
political pareataese Moore. Waldo Griffin. O. T. Cole- $1,70. ;
regulation 72.
led off with posted a I
a single, Manningand t\-W'altcnl
Clacianatt York
at new
turn over. and end up by robbing the last remaining vestige of man. Louie Taylor, Paul Sanborn.
game Throop followed with Oliver's brilliant 86. which Included (3-2) and BlackweD 10-2) n. Jaaaea. O-l
fish In the State. : singles Throop's bringing Bosh six birdies, earned him the'day' nd at.h.mros Louis at U-U.Brooklrth.-Breebees (51)vs. On L-0 Schedule R. E. Goodman. Charlie Keith. Recall of Vatican (

"Therefore, there is only one thing left investigate home for Senators final tally. high total of 13 plus points, Taylor 11.11.Ptteabnnt I Richard Wilder A. P. Adcock W. I i
immediately at Bates O\-Baa (3-11 sad A. Stokes Dick: Roberts, RichardC. ..,
which him in seventh behind
For the Pirates put place
Salter led
how your Legislator and State Senator voted on these bills and remember off Bearmaa 40-2) or seven. (2-l T.. Jobasoa Johns E. T. Powen, Leonard Envoy Again Asked E Ea
the second with a double and Herman Barron and Herman :12-2 aIM Bats '4.3kChicago
it in 1948 and 1950. Rained out in their efforts to
scored while Campbell and Gor- .Keiser who have plus seven and at rwiadelnnla-Wno ( .4J or Casselberry and George Tldd. !,i MONTREAT. N. C. UPI T)$. i
"Let's not 'be so short sighted as to even dry seed arts U-ll **. Jonaica .. ). I start the second swing around the The featured will be ft 25- .
up our ;; and mish went out on a double,play. In six to the former's five. race Southern Presbyterian Church.*
then when all of this fishing and tourist attraction is gone to haveto the third, Baumgarner singled. A 69 lifted Jimmy Demaret from f!; AWtCICAM LEAGUE j jI teams circuit of last the Lake-Orange Wednesday, the League 10 mile event. Admission to the races General Assembly yesterday again 'I

put out a huge quantity of money to replenish our present native was advanced two on Ridgeway's minus eight to plus three while !I Tea* W. L Prt. f I T.0w.. L MLI .t which start at %:3G pm. will be urged Pres. Truman to recall 1
I win reverse the sites of that date'sgames
Dwuwis H
M -HI Phil sW It 1* .U* V* "
stock.: sacrifice and scored on Goods Lloyd Mangrum was losing a single So Tt r n Ml 1% WM n. .4u1 for the scetne ot today's ac- $1,25. Myron C. Taylor 1OQnfrom his
"If the commercial fishermen are determined to seine our lakes, single. point to stand all even with ;t'I....... 1* ItU t >_ U U .436 II I r duties as Ambassador to the Vatican. ;
tion. .
why can't they follow out the Iowa plan and co-operate with other In the sixth Good led off with each of the six rivals he has com- I BeiM* If it .Me S YeaterdarDetrvft K.UBI s 11:1..44 rdswats Neqro Vets' GroupIn l f -
.
Interests and under the guidance of the State Game and Fish a single and advanced on Stebbin'ssacrifice peted against to date. S. WashlnctOB 4. Two of the top tame on tap I The delegates. asked Dr. John.R.
Commission I
Dar Tar: .. Clelelaad 4- find first place Mount Donplafin&
The of tosi
minus column headedby Moderator
scoring on Johnson'sdouble. wu< Cunningham, 1
to remove ail of the rough fish and turtles from ear lakes. tOW gsme..cb.daW.lT.ar': at Winter Garden and First ConventionNEW
George Schoux at three. and Game* i Church to remind the President
and give everyone a chance. Commercial interests could cash in i Praoaote BUcbera: (..o sad lost record* second place ZelJwood invadingthe ..
Leesburg chalked up three runs ended by Cary Middlecoff with 40. YORK [UP The United that he had indicated be would recall -
on this tie-up and it would leave the game fish to attract more in the seventh on two hits two i i ill Jew partatiieMsr Tort at Cleveland -Joan.o domain ef Apopka's third Negro and Allied Veterans of : Taylor U soon as the Italan

residents and tourists to our State." sacrifices, a walk and two errors 'i J-2, cod TBoldi (4-4) T*. Oromek lOmi place club. At Winter Garden America, an organization devotedto : Peace Treaty was signed.
::1 F F5L Roster I-nil Oettei 10111W'W itH probably be a tussle of two
while Changes
in the eighth Moose Salterled at Detroit O lion... the problems of Negro veterans f
Outdoor Notes: Orlando's Johnnie Lone, of the famous post off with 350-foot homer over rSPtt': te The Sundew Se,'pel-Star !n3 and SearHwouid "I.) n. wino high school youngsters on the held its first convention here yes- Wealth of Oil fatal t
,O-1> and : mound with Wink retting the
Banta (3t.
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office fishing team. comes back from the East Coast and reports that .left field fence. Campbell popped &cr.OCALA J..c=snit Florid.aa..ec.e StateL: M saS hue,_ up to right, "Gormish singled. Tt. OUlesDl* U-0 tad Miters In a keynote address KennethC. ,
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"Oak Hill [Lopez Camp] is still the trout rater ctaoies reported durtoi too ,I2-1. answering for the host nine.
hot-spot at this time. Long Washington flied to second. dar touts Kennedy national eammmderfrom FRENTISS. Miss, (API WffiieDurr.
Philadelphia at St. (2)n.ne.i
expects "fishing around here to get worse before it gets any better"and Baumgarner singled and Ridge- frey ST.Labda.AUGCSTCnt released: SicBfcea!itn.< Bookie Sbaaal God andGeore ; f aod anoUdoa C4-H ft. Kramer Southpaw Jim Mahaffev will Birmingham Ala. told delegates a Negro farmer worked
suggests te "would like to see a column about way doubled to bring them both Hucaes. and ruaatated Jim j I O-3) tad Faints (3-2). probaMj; do the Fern City heaving that Negro veterans faced many years on his small plot of
tee trout closed home for the final tallies. Keteber from the dUabled ISM.DATTOSA ,f.f.UKIOUIieGI LEAGUE 1 against Zellwood's Jimmy the worst period in recent history. ground In Jeff Davis County. He .
season. Lone is hereby invited EIACH=: Slued limited sort. Davis. I
to be a guest columnist for a'day: I ke WUbar Ofthetf n frra-da trial ;i'veojn W. U ct.lTeam W. L.Pet "The gains we made during the never had ranch money un B
to write such a column! .1 LOCALS MEET HOLOPAW PALATKJU Reinstated Jobs Teacott tad 1 Ml. Dora 7 1 J7S Cmatffla S 4 JM I I Clement strengthened HiIltOpI war; are being rapidly lost," Ken ;recently when a major oil company .'
Joe Clears from Uu diaaUed Bat sad J.eJ\WMIt\ 7 t .77SW. Cardca S 4 oUl I
"We lead Florida with a 160 pound I Orlando Sales and Service will placed Bill Lover tad JAM 5aaeie OB !|| Sneaks I 3 .123 Oe_ 3 I J33 i I pen wm travel to Eustis to facea nedy said. Our determination track oil on his land.
tarponstatn Com- meet Holcpaw at '4:30 pjn. todayat the disabled list. 4 tClernaat t 4 JM.Taana 2".222'' revanmped Eustic club who is to work for the end of the double Yesterday morning Durr used ft t
modore E. "Woodie" Woodall, of Marco Island Inn PALATKA: Signed Baited wrrice Frau W. Park Za ua 0 t000 'i
reporting and Cottages Exposition Park in an exhibi- Tata and Rookie Joseph afcJTottr' : OB Breda i t iTNari tUmes still seeking its first victory. Jack standard In America.'* ; can of gasoline also produced on
In en the tarpon fishing in that sector to date. Woodall tion baseball game. There is no meet tad nfeajed Freak Chirm and I I Zenvood at Axmka. 1 10a neJ. University of Florida stu his own land} to freshen a. fin la
speaks of some recent snook fishing which was "oat of this w.rld"whJch charge of admission.COLLEGE Buddy: Prte*. ', Qeraie at t uUa.Oceee 'dent will probably draw his usual his stoveThe
LEAGUX KOTX3: Prea. At Combs aanwueed at Tavaras. Little Brother Killed i.
came with high Spring tides. Woodall looks forward to "excel that Be had flaed Orlando Mar. Winter Park at dnaUCa. Sunday mound assignment for resulting explosion burnedhe I iI
lent fishing all Summer at )IaUo.II ." I' BASEBALL: Lea Bean tlo .for tn coadvet at Darteao. Meunt Dora at Wtater Garden Clermon while Eustis' choice was By Lad on Hunting! Trip and his young daughter to
BeacH tt.
Fordfcam 7 Princeton 9. T4ad'r Mar: not' known last _
nIIht.Umatma's
Bradley 14. Drake t. GataerriOe aaaovnced that tt win meet SOUTH ATLANTIC LIAOUCVMM I death.
HAMPTON S. C UPI Ernest'
North El T hrs I. I3inoi: Westoaa 8.Vatearaisa DeLaatf! la OatnetrUlc at I "clock n itWedBesdaf W. L PcTeam! W. L Pet. Mgr. Rodney Miller ,
4. Great Later 2. ucbt. Jaae 4. to mum a j Coloakux! TI 11 .917 Macon 23 24 M3 will take the hin to the Tuten Jr. 9. was going back, to
RADIO REPAIRING Boawo OniTeraty: 4. Tufts z. earn halted b7 tlchClsa: iTX&m gallon ; .Jack-Tia M: JS .97.-S...BMfc 23 34 .7. oppose
school tomorrow for his final report
Gray: SorthcastcTB 1. ,. vittt a DeLaad batter .f the plate and Aeiaita 25 21 .5U anea.w. 22 M .44*;visiting Winter Part nine who is IMMEDIATE
Kaosaa State 9. Colorado TJnlrerlaty: 3. no out at the atari of the seventy ia. iDint. C1sart'- 22 33s'CNembia It 32 .333 i expected to retaliate with Baker card-but hew as accidentally
48 Hr. Serviee 3 Ptmajtraftla 14. Cornell 11. 10 1nBina.CeI1ImIlla OaineiriUe was Sending 12 "to d, at .writs YesterdayAamata shot to death yesterday .by his
by Qualified Tech- 6. Dartmeotfe 2. :the time. Recolarty arhedaled time of the I. Cetomnia 4. field or Brown. Ed Doss draws
nicians. Sprinfiei4 OfaasJ S, Wesleraa L eeoiac will start at Eta o'clock j JaekioaUle ,. Uacoa I.Celamemj I Tavares" mound task againstOcaee's heartbroken brother. Charles 11. DELIVERY
2- Cavaaaab 1 (11 IBBUIIS). The brothers hunting near
Lowest Bates-AH Work Guaranteed. Xmaeaota Perdue 7. were
Wtocoosm 14.: ifjchican State 4. Caarlestoa a, OreeBTtU 4. Vicgery on the Lake Coun-
Pick-up and Delivery Service [No Temple 4. Ursbon 0 Air Refueling Plane tions' home sot.STEIG.EB3 Midey. Charles told a Coroner'sJUIT A few "Wappat" portable electric
charge.] Hat, Croat 4. Harvard 2. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION i he Joggled the riflecarried onhis '
Tale a. Tale Club or Sew Tork L Flights. Are Succesful Team W. t_ Pct4Tean> W. L Pet IKaaaaa shoulder and it fired ft bullet saws. '-, m bp. motor.
Can AiVfJted S3M Wm a te seed.2 Radio or PBOM Repair Hobart a. Canishu 7. C 22 14 "U UUvaakee 14 17 .MS i I ADD COLLEGIANS l
Nary f. Vlrtraia 2. 1 LONDON LAP! The British Toledo 31 II .34551. hill 1* 3 ..463'Iad'spefia PITTSBURGH (IAP The Pittsburgh into his brother's temple. Price Complete <, ; tK
In N ASSOCIATED PIIO\'E Army II. Amherst 7.Ancsbor 23 JJ4-Celama. 11 33 $138.50
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STORES South American Airways experimental i ia.
OIU'iG I S. Gastanu-UolDhns S.G Loaianne 31 31OO Mia axaUa' II 33 .:: Steelers.. the National ARXALL NAMED DIRECI'O&CHARLOTI'E
5301 ortia TKB U. Geertia S. refueling flights across tins ... Football
t j Y aM.a1 League yesterday an- N. C. tTJPl Pres. -
I Sstrr Dace 6, Western Uichixaa S. Atlantic Ocean ended successfully assess Otr U. MUvaiket 10. ,
.. nounced signing two halfbacks Clifton Wilburn of Southeastern Willard & Keiser
ColumSua T.led. 3. '
I at eHathrow Airport here last tOelf canes taedmle) I jBcb Sullivan, 21, former I6w Factors Corp. yesterday announcedthat
:night when a converted Lancaster IMTCOMATIONAL LEAGUE i,University gridder and Gene Hub- former Gov. Ellis Arnall ofGeorgia 709: N. Stills SI i iWILSON'S ij

I plane finished a round trip to Team W. U Pslrww, .*U peg. 'b., 23, who played last year for had been appointed ft Phone 5136 ,
I Bermuda. In both directions acrossthe Jersey C. ** 14 -O33 Bvocbestec IT ft .425 Bucknen Untvemty. director of the company. ;t
.. i sea the plane piloted by Air : Montreal 20 13 .MM Baltimore IT 21 .447
GOODYEARtlRJES Syracuse 18 12 -ill Bullato If 21 .432
Vice-Marshal D.C.T. Bennett, was I Ii < ,
Newark IT It U6Torea'1t 22 -3M I,'
j i refuelled by& tanker plane in midair -< pleats. VeatavdayMoatreal wt


L, I. ': ", Get more o? ev erythinr I I Power ever the Company Azores. Asks I I Jersey ToroBto.2.tally (City sates S,.9.Rochester*Bnllalo cbtduledrVO Newark 2-5.-3.>4. i i ANNOUNCES A", jVZJ V


.l.A, IMTXItMATIOMAL.: LEAGUE i?

r you want in tires..getTrade I: Strike ATLANTA Arbitration UPI Georgia Power]i f Ukelaad. Laud.nIa.3Ha t).t.lta at aaa T..Mray Miami 0.n. acd ralavI

} .r, Company suggested yesterday that I J (
the company and a union of trolley{I CARDS ADD GRIDDEB9 :

I and thus operators select an umpire i I j CHICAGO fAPJ The Cnieago''
l for arbitration of contract dis-
National Football
: 'GOOOjiEARn putes.A 20-day waiting-period following : Cardinals of the

[ the filing of a union strike ;:League yesterday announced signing

t notice expires at midnight Tues of Quarterback Roy Anderson

I t day. I former TJnireristy of New Mexico : beginningShoeSale tomorrow, Monday, June 2 ..

I DRUG CHAIN BEAD QUITS star and Edward Cameron guard wi

$ I ATLANTA (TAP H. Custer Nay- II from the University of Miami(

W 'TIRES 'for, head of the Lane Drug Store IFla.l. Anderson Is from Albu- V on, a .
chain in the Southeast since 1932. ;
., announced his retirement yester i quergue.. N; M, and Cameron from : '-5

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( IldaJ.j i I ; Special Group ;

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Boxing Group Plans To Revive, : {_ _T of :


fi. 4 Cleanup of Local Ring Picture -


j Men's Casual-Two Tone Sport Shoes .-
In an effort to clean up as well as revive boxing in Orlando ,

members of the newly appointed American Legion .
1irnhThPJpg Boxing Committee will meet Wednesday with the City .L f't
of
Over 300 Pairs
Boxing _Commission_to draw up a new set of regulations, to 4 Kr

i govern the sport in ..+

Doug Barnes
1 I I Legion group said urtanaO.l -.r ,
I would te held in the I r j

at 7 p.m., and that a
I boxers some of whom snoifrot HI*

I ticipate in Barnes first show June

17, will be on band for a public j P R
[ workout and to discuss some problems 'rg
' la "worn tires Get : Custom Grade Shoes :
the
4.
your now. exi. with the commission.! ,

Ira strength. long wear and safety of newGoodvears. t a I -Members of Barnes' group Include 1'V formerly! $9.85
W. G. Smith .and T. C.I I .
Thinner stronger dore uniform i I Wilkes. The Boxing CemaIsI! I NOW ONLY .i

i. cords'moie Goodyear tires run cooler i ion consists of Jimmy HarreD.R. At ,
They're Biting
Hlnshaw and Horace V. I
-last E. ; l
longer and Goodyear'* two 1 Coapmajw"We Y.

'a famous treads give you. are going to make every ORANGE j

extra miles at no extra effort to bring boxing good box
; 1 0 ing back to Orlando, and in this st 695

,. cost Get yours today. $16 0 meeting with the commission well FISHING LODGE <
have t new set "regulations and ; ;

everyone will know what the score
PAY AS LITTLE AS :Jis. *{ LOCATED ON LAD

:' jigs N. j "We are going to do it right i APOPKA BZTWEENAND
$125 wum) 6.coJl,16. ,and put oa shows like they are ;1Co1Z APOPSAVUit MotUy dlsceaUnttod: numbers hut

':. supposed to be put on.. And rd sizes end stylos er* Qood-socafa.
OB Gar tn Pbi k .. like it known that some of the this so and erodes IMtID&I
,
I tea me*. to aaaao Jo a turns surly end make your solectionl __
IsuIn1 tru.1J> mU LESS TU E.IN boys who will participate in our Si .. 5-12 Widths A-E'
99 AM.
Doors No
; ,snows win be working out in the .EXCELLETfT FISHING cpoa et ex1

armory that-night and we'd like' NEW'BOATS AND HOTOXSEXFESIENCED : [Not ell sizes in eacH style changes cr refunds, plaaM.-
the public to see what we're do
: V NEW TIRES DESERVE NEW TUBES ing. Well be glad to have anyone GUIDES ,,

who is interested in boxing come .
NEW TACKLE
." *aid- ,
ou .Barnes '
; ; I : NEW ULTRA-MODERN
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.. THOMPSON LIKES EAGLES I COTTAGES

I'f, back PHILADELPHIA Tommy'Thompson lAP who Quarter-top-Ii, WITH ALL-ELECTRIC i 4'r
1 KITCHENS
GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE .. : ped the National Football League :
'last year in percentage of pass ; NEW KESTAUBANT: !

completions has signed for his j PAVED :ROADS L5 SID& f
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I'I'i i Page 10 :ilr> fcnnhag! fcjntinrl-fcfor Orlando, .Florida, June 1, .n 1947---- I r Senior ClassEntertained Market Enjoys




i DeLand's Offensive Defensive :Gator Intramural Sports I t Frostproof Host. ,:, One of Better

-
Attracted Over 5,000 [Special W The Sirdsy' Serrfme-Swrl!

Play Monopolizes FSL Honors I rSpecnt' to Orlando Mommy Sentinel : ToOutboardRegatta CLERMONT Mr. and Mrs. Weeks in Year

Rollin J. Ebin er entertained the
GAINESVILLE More than
NEW YORK fAPl The stock
rSpecfc! to The Sunday Seatinel-StarJ!
senior class of the Ctennont-Mla-
5,000 University of Florida students Sunday market during the past short

SILVER SPRINGS Bill Steinecke's, DeLand Red competed in Intramuralteam I neola School at.a buffet supper In week enjoyed one of its best rallies -

Pats dominated play in'the Class D. Florida State League recreational sports during [Spel.:: to The Sunday Sen-irt-StorJFROSTPROOF i their home on Montrose St. Wednesday : of the year and. on balance

% as it ended its sixth week of play with games of midnight : -Three Orlando r &i.wL&TH,' at 7 p.m. Invited 'were I held a good net lam for the four
1 class
46-n
according to figures released Mrs. William Schlott senior '
\ I I sessions.
:Thursday, for the club 'was leading i in battin, fielding, by Spurgeon Cherry headof : outboard racing drivers are sched- I sponsor: Ona Belle Wright. Kath- All securities exchanges sus-

'. !.1 t find standings and had the loop's top hitter-Chuck Aleno, the_ Deoartment of Intramurals. wed to compete here next Sunday H, Fa1LT1 erine Wallace, Betty Anne Sullms. pended Friday in observance of
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f ho .was hitting .41&. I -If. .. ; I in an outboard racing regatta iI i AUeen Strong. Sylvia Slone. John Memorial Day and remained
Simms. Leonard Seaver, Charles'

The Red Hats apparently oat trrietAi *LMI>A STATE LUlU AVOACES M* WICK: I DIC HIDNIIMTTMUI1BAT staged under the sponsorship of Scott. Hilda Piper. Fred Pember- I closed July. August yesterday and Through September June.no

If to 'win their lint pennant after I MAT M Laat Tat* the Polk, Cbunty Boating Assn. 1'1 IOCU34 ton. Clayton Padgett, John Me- Saturday sessions will be held. .

eighth years of play in the lo..p. CM iart.af S Ak II M2b3bNrIIbNbIW.wkw. .ktt Johnny Westbrook. Elvin Pearl Clanahan. Edith Mayo Mehrina Bullish and bearish sentiment
.U.4 41 1433 9ft 411 tl II 11 4T *4 111 II JIT M4 .!*1 .!M Hervert
-- --- and H. O. the Orlando- Shirley Johnson.
.
Purdy Lane
are %
moved into first spot as club oat- ._ 1kI I in Wan
Orlaml* 14 151: 111 441 M :III 14 Jl II 2M II !*! IH .:M .:a $ was pretty evenly split St.
$ terse replacing Orlando. They ate UatanK. __ 41 U>T 2J2 4JS M n 0 :Jt 11 113 4T :z:. :221 .!Tf JTTt ans expected to be in the large : Trmm' Hildretn. Kermith Oresham. Dorothy Monday the market suffered
I Putmn Kcaeb 44 1302r,43u1s: S 27 14It IS :.*! 23* .*!l ."*I7 field of entries ready to open the I j PopvlwityMrs. Frisz Edythe Cole Shirley
their lead as club fielders first mild 17 but
retained 't. A.fMla __-___ 44 ISii 2S2 47 Je 111M ** "l., t Vt Kt .M *? 4 and''' Us dip since May
'! and winning four out of four PaI..a .__ 41 J4M :IS1 :VI W H It 1* !** 14 !I'I'' !114 23ft .no program at 2 p.m. I j I Christensen Burton Bugs. dealings tapered lo only 540090
**rf.M __ 44a *T4 12 tl 2t 44* Tl II 214 flU .241 .24t1MI 1. Phyllss Alban.
that vent to a decision.I : = it': include shares. a minimum for a 5-hour
games ; .. -== = 43 2U 141 44 11 M U 41 n IM 2M .31 .:3* Tbe regatta will Mrs. Bruce. Hunt was hostess to *
I they moved three and one-half ; I events from dimanitive midgets ---- stretch .since July 3. 1946. Most
----- Club andguests

1 1 I games into the league lead. I rIO sts.a. .. I W l'lt. CM FI.N'.o f. A. C tUkWkWkIttUiri L.4Tbii U tbe powerful 55 hp run K the Tuesday for luncheon Bridge and bridge* leaders slipped Tuesday with
'
i Aleno moved up from a. lead fllt -' o.Lall4 ___ 41 14 .13f : 113 403: .4 M Ul HI .I'Mt. abouts. Warmap time for tbe dealings expanding to 660,060
tire of .408 los .418 while his nearest Ot, .........' _. 44 31 11 .34 ..r u.* ___ till 121 .4.. 171 .til ..411 Is 12:59 Robinson T Truman Trend[ Invited were: the Mmes. F. B. Roe I f shares: None too pleasing wasi
__ rae .
.. pjn.
i Jooruoi- 0dad 44 es Ja ..5"a ---- 11H IM IM 15 4** .... .tilr Frank Wright F. B. Kreider. XL O.
i rival Leesburg's Doug I4b.r1 IS 32 :1 .51! .UtU __ 1147 141 111 tt 3 44 J4t .I3* S. B. Brantley. Harry L. I i I the survey disclosing that commercial -
; pedtwopotstoa286.Coe 6.1""ytU. ._- __- 43 23 21 .111 ,tntord _____ IIM S4I lit 2* Kt: ..3> .M* Virginia Huff. St. Petersburg.. I Cooley failures in the. week con-
GainesrtlleMgr. "an0si4 41 :1 21 471 OrlaMa __ __ 1144 SI2 III 17 HI .133 .*3S State women's champion. 'will find EntertainsAt Addison. Russell House George
heels
; on their was cluded May 22 rose to 102 peak
a
p.r.'h 41 17 2* UU' Calnniill __ 1142 471 I:$ 1* IM1 .':!I Scott. Hon TurbivUle. William
> Myril Hoag. the 1948 batting : Daot_ .... .. 44 II It .111 Dajtou Bead __ I1U ::1M IM M JJI .in JII new competition from Ida Huff Shows Decline V. Miller and A. L. since March 1943.
ennts.1I. Heddon R.
champion, who moved into third OkIawaha in the women's i >
I I. Drivers entered besides the Or | Party Weaver. Shorts ran fa cover Wednesday -
tpot with a .366. I 'UIYI'Dii'ALLiAlI"S
I tTMIM LCAfttSS Mrs. Nora Bookout and Mr. and and the big board its
il gave
landoans include Joe Swift. Mt.
I I The week was highlighted by f.254' bettar" Je it ar am* ftamVPtararChik M.... k.. CM 4 Aba .... Lh31d. I :'''
I aian: k. ; If AGNES IfllY [Continued from Page 1] Mrs. C. A- Marsh spent the past widest spewing since Feb. 7 bat
some Improved pitching performances j C Ak ft H N,,, RM Wt WlAlam. Hnat rrtplai: ...... 1: Kacnv. T. KkkaiMii; Dora; Harvey and Horace Cobb.
I i including three shut-outs. ) DtUirf 41 in 4* 44 sr. Jl .40* .411Mma ..<.i.av. BrrU. S<_tM. and Ctrrlwau. Eagle Lake;; Jack Horsley. Miami; ; fpe< a'' tl The Sunday Se'mreT-Stcrl, bl.t.intU. week at their cottage in South' tbe day's aggregate reached
M M 4.hIn: AItM t.. Brutal II. ,...., it jumped much higher, \ ClermonLJeff only 190.'" chares. Advances
J Best of these was Van Kinnamon's *. L *>lmr| IT IM 12 tl,I.,4 2 a .... .:a'i 1.erb.. r(. IIi Sid- and John Porter. George Pride. I APOPKA-Mrs. J. C. Robinson then it generally averaged around Hardin of Orlando visited
I $ to 0 decision over Orlando Jie H a different -
'1 Mart' tatl 4 tmH_ aa4 CaPri_ 3tAlan party 55-58 per cent or not very here this week.
: ., fma i were numerous.A .
for he T a hnlil. P.I.Ik. 2t H 13340 1J.311 Larue Osborn. all of Winter
I defending champions iet ) U. Thursday In the garden of her from Mr. Truman's figure. Mrs. A. K. Tucker and her
; the heavy hitting {Senators don T--" PalMka 3* M 22 J( 1 22 44* Ji4BoRMr I|I I Mali ...>4.. kiwi: AadcTia*] If, Brjint lIdl31v S Haven: Johnny Ferlita. Tampa. home on Park Ave. t 2.-The halt in the rise-ot Presidential granddaughter Mildred Ann Kues- little profit cashing appearedin

l_, with two hits. George Pultz of Dwtaaa 14 171 H I! t 1* 27 Kt .111toruM 't I B<*Meat nm II.: Bri z-s. :3* IIS It 34 t T : .
,' I..S44 13tVriaaxto
Gainesville turned in a two-hitter, Jl,1. .. K 13* St: .44 11' 21 .::14, 131 m ain' : Aim* tl. R.*TI*T awl UtahMii IL Cox. Lake Alfred. of Jacksonville a guest at the when Mr. Truman faces two important Friday to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. E. this was w.U: absorbed in

too defeating St. Augustine 5 to } ,, 0e4bt. Uajtarf 43 III'41 II t 22 IU.331: .- Robinson home. Mrs. Lillie 8. Lewis political decisions namely Konsler. the majority of cases Agreementof

for his best showing of the yovuij'season. :,Fan aohar.*. Uwtnrf I),Uad. 41 41 Iii lit :21 II M 14. t I 1 I 21 14 .114 111 .121.121Urlanfe Mrs. Bennet Land. Mrs. Albert whether to sign or to veto two Mrs. Genevieve Jenkins of Jack- House and Senate conference

....... 41 Ifl 14 nil It 12* ..310Lake. I O. Martin. Mrs. W. T. Champneys. major bills sponsored by the Re:. sonville is visiting her parents on the tax cut bin oioughta brisk
Averages
Major
1'infer II 145 It 4* t IOn .147 2t74abi1I. League
Nick Buonato. St. Augustine, Lantmri. 11 1JJ: 2t 1. 4 I 21 .121 111 Mrs. F. A. Dcde Miss Alice Dede. publicans. One is the tax reduc- Mr. and Mrs.. H. H. Camp in Min-. but brief fourth-hour upswing.

turned'back Gainesville 1 to 0. ._ PaUikt 21 ill 21 n 1 '4 14 .:Mt lit Mrs. J E. Parrott Mrs.. Percival tion bill the other is the' labor neola. The pace then slowed and extreme

with four hits. while Glenn !Mor Bartl. OrlMd _. 17 13* 12 V I I 1 .171 .MtTtoM I AHtRIC/taJ. ICACUt CLUt ATTINICM NATIDMAl" KACOC CLUI BATTIN McDonald. Mrs. W. G. Harris. Mrs. union control bilLToday's Mr. and Mrs. James Heddon plus marks were reduced at the
OrUinta 14 II* 44 M 1 11 21 JIT MtIdea.
C Ak R "ZIt Ik Hr HM Sk Frt coIl 4 Ak N2010NRMIOP.t.
ton. DeLand blanked Orlando fora 9ttart. 12 III II K.I I 14 1T1 Ml :.ot.. Trt 13 It7 IM 3 t 1.rJ 134 t 22 I I SlIlli :U 1IS4! 111 IM 11 01114) 12 .**t Leslie P. Waite Mrs. B. R. Ton- I shows TniI and family visited his parents.Mr. close. Volume of 200,000 shares
Mr.
second straight night. 6 to 0. : HarM*. G fill* 24 12 11 2* t %.1'.34: ..MSritlM. rot,.,* 2317141143432: $231M21251 : with five hits.Daytona TllltU 4t III It UTI 1 Ml .11 Wuhlmtee M 1,4 122114* t I 73 17 ..JOClmiand 103l.. 11 UN 13! lit M 1 II 14* 1* IT I ,man's general popularity en the
..... I, guest Mrs. Fleming Johnson of Mrs. Metta MacDonald of Or- For the fou/sessions
10. St. Aa( 44 112 32 M t K 14 .31* Ml I %11':1 14 217 11 12 tt .. *4T 'Rrus$1.. 13 1"4 U7 2\* 47 1114? t 2*>' so t. speak .t those two the total
Beach furnished 414,41. IxLaM_ 41 IM H M t 4 M tl MIriafek ,. PMlaitotiiMa IS tin 131: 91 ST t 11 lit T. .214Datiolt rillrtl 13 112 I2S :*t It I II !* t .223. Macon. Ga.. Mrs. Kirk Lewis, Mrs. eve lando visited her mother, Mrs. E. dwindled to 2.998.01 shares from
paLu4 4t1343241 I 1323.231.210Gffls. : IS HI 1W 10 M 70 14 IT .211St. rtunmtik. n itii ts4 2S3 M t tt i* 0 tTtartamlt w. B. i decisions. A new survey will .be
much ef the action of the wtek OrUwto .4I 174 21 M 1 2 It .217 .217Mu Henry. I' M. Fears in Mlnneola. 5,657,270 in the previous 6-day
Lwiii 12 111 121 ii* M II 21 lit 17 .211 j 31 IITI 143 211 11 4 :H 121 It !4i undertaken directly after he aets
winning five oat of eight tilt, '.... OrUixl 43 117 M 4, 1 1t.Jlt.m: ht.* :311041443112S133 4 .Hi $ I St. 1.054)33 1144 IM US II 11 1H 1 .:;or' Mrs. J. B. Standard was hostessto Mrs. Steve Zelazo returned week. The months figure was
I
T wl_. PU.-GTL M tt 21 %I' 4 1. .:!II .m I on the two bills. .
and thawing signs every night RMfwaj LaoBBrs. a* IM U 41 t II IS .:u .:!Il i AMERICA LEACVC CLUB FIILDIMC i\ I her bridge clubs on Wednesday.i I I! Monday from West Virginia. 615,786 compared with 20,61V
r.wlkk. 0*. A.I. 331112132 t 410.212.33 NATIONAL L1ACUE. CLUB rilLDINtCM Playing in the with 3. Mrs. A. H. Hancock bad as
ef moving oat of the cellar soon. : : club C t A tOP ,C. morning the -Many Republicans who say 55OInApril.
Utalaajck** DaLtW M 121 .! 2S 5 S 'IS Jtl .217BrM .nHn4 _. :11"11 Ml U 21 **,S 5PS A I Ol PC.1'bJ11dt1Dbi. hostess guests her son and family. Mr. '
were Mrs. William MOlit- they at of
approve present the In the latest week the
Johnny Toneoffs senDtb'pbcc' *. SaaTarA 14.Ifl..* 41 1* 17 JI 2M ,! 'Iw Tart __ 13 Ml :SM 22 U *K ,}I _- U W4: Ml :, :I .MIftnotln Associated
Palatka .Azaleas split even on lilt_... Haofard E41U24430 I :14 .211 .IS* RaKaai -- M M 47 M 4* 171 \j jI : : __ 33 174 1T1 21 44 .040 zer Mrs.. Raymond Anderson. Mrs. way Mr. Truman is handling his and Mrs. Harry Hancock, of Miami. Press 60-stock composite was up-i9

six games and thus failed to fedr Tttmft.IlL Pal....M 21 17131o03.7 II :It; t t 011.237.201 t 11 SM: .:M ',I t, rhiUilalpM _______. 1 IS* tzt 11: tK:Ml 21 1! M 2t .tT 171WuklnitM I,'rtnjtnrkit t. ....1. _- IS .121 tt j fl ir* 7 21* 41 24 .tTT*-t Hugo Pilat Mrs. P. E, Cloud. Mrs. Job would not. however desert of a point at 61.2 but for Mar

move out of seventh place while B Ilkai. It. 10... 4t fl-1! 4t.t It ::e .211 .!7* rkiu ,__ -_.._ 17 07 t 41 M 44 177" |!PH __._ n IM IM H r> :.071'ciIld.ag Girk Lewts. Mrs. Dorman Meyer their own party to vote for him was down 7.
Sanford was dropping five 'oat so... DaLaW 41 1I1.Sf M t S 14 JIT 271 .Tvnimt -" -_ IS tVI 4t4 12H :.07? ,' -,_ U tl* 417 IIII: t7> and Mrs. Nat Ryan. / in 1948. Hence the Truman pop- Legion Certificate'
kratdl Ort.ada 44 lit 42 M I 231.733.273 __ 'chic... __ 13 1'4 MS M It .,a'I" t
It. LMK 12 lit lit M I7fAHENICAN
of six. and Leesborg dropped KHatl.. M. 10... 4414120441 I 17 .271 .271Mtila. I 14 i .o Twk ,- :. 31 M 7 1J1 Sf 2J .Ml Guests for the afternoon game ularity figure today ooes not mean ClAIM lANCE
Yd03 p4u-C0ag.
four of six. .. iMTlam 41 MS IS 41 1 II 33 2M '! *' TIP3S itsy-Ptn.b.r4. were Mrs. Carl Jackson. Mrs. Na- that he would poll '57 per cent if Won by Hunziker CHICAGO .- Rlc ...... SaMor4 341102421 t 1 11 .!71 .
: O**<) Mud Low CtMWHEAT .
Gene Ciolek hitting two horn.l ; KirpiWkt. A. It 17 II 14. I I 27.271 .:"I I BATTINC LEACUE IECOIO INDIVIDUAL I I" NATIONAL LEAfrUE INDIVIDUAL talie Oliver. Mrs. Gleen Smith. an election were being held. I I\ [ISpeco' 10 The,. Sondov Sentine'! Stor1! *-

= --20 1U32 4* t I* I) 244 I2M ar kaltarl BATTINC diet MO* I Mrs. Oscar Vick Mrs. Kirk Lewis, It does indicate. however that 1 MONTVERDE-Harold Hunziker Jane .?___- u ___ ---- 3M'*\
era. moved into the home run leaJ Bart. II lil.25 41 t t II .201 :2MNapalO.
J.1y.234'% 334 SSIScot. '
PlcIvb.. t Ak" II M 2k Ik kr rkl us.Cr. Mrs. Ja.muMahatfe1 and Mrs. Mr. Truman will 330H
P13.1kb73 *4 t 24 1 1.I. .24 lil (,ilSu'b.ttw) likely be a was the recipient of the American -
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nth six __
to five 229
each for Aletxo, ...,. Damtt .II 11 S t t t t J ..341L'm.l.WT.t 2584 M3 XSMDec.
MUM**, 8t.A-e. II UIS1 H t ,S 14 .!41 IM ./ : 4 4 1 I 1 I S t._ I Ii i P41304-Club. SANS N Ik 3k krrM Kt.Pvlfrtt. Mallory Welch:: formidable candidate and that the Legion Certificate of School -_;_..__ Z33V. 214 2JG<& 3SWM
I and Craig Lybrand of Orlando.Koag. T1I. RainMTitl 41 174 Ft' 44. S 21 .:J2.23* Pulls.1 II U t.11 1 t 4 411 The'Apopka Republicans *? ______ lit 229W, nTH 21,.-.
Moan. Pits 1 14 4 14 I t t I 471RirriM ; Cemetery Assn. mat face a hard fight in Award for
j and Garrison of Orlando hIlL Dd.W M 14t:14 It t t tt .:!U ..2SJHaxlana i .. : 1125500.420: I II 4.1'11455. B Vn; 11 21 J t 05 I 1.47: : boys at the graduation

were leading with 39 each in 'vht'important .'_ DU.4 U M2T24t T IJtIJM ,I F.|.. \a., Tartr r I I 1 I I S400 I i O.Aus.1nd.Cbi.,5 71111147) the Folnda Power lounge Tues-, 1948-u evidence from other polls eierdses of the Clermont Minneola *COR1T1717 1'71"' 1'71"' 1-471 211, ,
I Mr''QIII.... X. IwO 2t lei 14.* t I It ntft I, W.Ikfr W.L-rM. II lit 17 43 4 t t T .217Hit. ,da? night to make plans for the has shown. High School Thursday night. & 1MV lMa 1$7*; 18W
runs batted in field i .. 1(. T. __11 111 H n 4 01327.20- Oe.134k, *. *
,i' : **. Bwtm I IIIMttl further 153 HIS ttt .
with Aleno second with 38. loop's first 30-ga.me winner to;). 5Ida.W.s0..4-::: $1115 I :IT::1|I*M r. B kM -_J* U 1 4 It I I 34 improvement of the local The trend of Mr. Truman's popularity Mr. and Mrs. Lowry were hosts Mr _-i.____.IM 190H 149 UI04'n
Jack PNr9ltl, "..... 4 1 I 3 I I I .ITS I UriiKMM. CM. 5' 11 .1 4 1 t t t :.304 cemeteries and another dean-up is shown in the following at a steak supper at their Lake i -
Bumgarner of Leesburg Other pitching leaders: Hyde. O/- 'I Dirkcj rum* _-_9 I* S.I t t I_.W7 |,B. Klloo. BMW 33 lit 21 43 IS 4 S3 341UMIM. I day was planned June 5. table,: Florence Camp. ''j l, _.:_____ 91 II !90 Wi
stIQ was heads and shoulders' above : lando. 8-2; Perez. DeLand. 3-3; I Hwlft. ....,.. 11431U4tfll3I I I' OM. _:::23 nilir t I I H :331 I Irirllta. I. Among those Sett. -- -> iJ*, $2 IH
the hurling field he '' MiHItn. DMnit 12 117 2* 41 I* I IJ .IMTHIItiitar I ft-kln 21 44 1 2t It 125.24': I Iz Officers of the Parent-Teacher''' "Do present were Mr. and Mrs. Victor : Dee ::_:_:_ 79S WH 1$4 7 r.
having wja. Stanton. Sanlord,6.l; Alonzo. De-: U L. It IH It U I 1 1 I* .M* ,_.,.. <'I... 0 II 35 S 11 4 t t S 143 'Assn. were Installed Monday night yon approve or dfeap. Bullock. Mr. and Mrs. Bazt Mar-------, TW
11 and dropped but three through' Land. 6-2: Buonato. 5-2; ZedaU'Drlando. Hwt Vra T" 14 12 1 II I t 1 .144 i "'..lIter. $. L, 131711543141 I 14 33t prove of the way Mr. Trumanii Jerry Mar --=: 77''. 77V, ni. 1 4:
Thursday night He looms tae'' 6-3. Culj, m. linn 2* 47 02* 1 l I II .:.3WLwia. 5...*. Philt _:. inill l JJ3 at the final meeting of the year. i handling his job Presi- r. Mrs. Verena Cox. Mrs. Taber BARLZTDer -

as .- i I --. __ II 14 U B 1 I IT ,137IGwra. i 5131....V._..Ban...._*.*;.._ 't- .I2llTIttI333fecttt. . Mrs. GWen McClure presided and dent?" as I and the Misses Hightower. Selma _- h_ __ 131''iK. .
P0414 .333 nne. la I. It :iU --
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( hiId03.Y.T. = V 33 : : ; : : 1.235Xw'usdA : PHU. __..___ 4 ttltttl ..333Mltaii. I installed Mrs. Leroy. Traylor as ApDisap. Price and Louise Cox.
rkicaj S1""% 17 II 11 1 2 :4 ..Ii'I Btl.** ___ I 0 1 2 I I 1 I XICarpar president; Mrs. Hugo Pilat as vice- No Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stecher an-
i Aapltn. CM. U 331 11 4i l' I % 12 .Jt T. T. :t 111 11 1* t 1 1 24 .3:4 prove prove Opin.
__ | Principal Roger Wil- nounce the birth of
ATTHE I W.Jitiuses..2.l$4a3114S InJ"j 6_*... P!t .. II IM 21 :3* T 1 1 It .r! president; July 194587'%;; 3% 10 a daughter at
: 1[.... J.usitt .3$1331243 75114,234DOMUIs '-"'-. R'kty. 17 It t It t t 1 It .122It Hams as 2nd vice-president and % Orange Memorial HospitaL
( J(. T. 21 III IS n I S 4J ..1:4tIntIdI Clii... Isis.. 21 1 t t I t 2.333Ci'vWts. Mrs. R. G. Pitman Jr. as secre- Feb.. 1946 "'_' .63 22 15 Mr. and Mrs. C. C. MsCarley '
I ntican U Lee II 41 41 I U It July 1946 ...._..43 45 I arespending
? C1* CUnanet :II" IS II I I I t1 .JJI : 12 /e
-T141Ms_ Ban**) 12 122 2* 3* 7 t t :31 1tBMtM tarytreasurer.. a vacation in Birming : (
WALK OVER SHO'POVERSTOCK I Wuk. ._ 27 It ft I I % 11 .3:1 Oct. 1946 ....... 32 53 :
.. 15 i
Rltebcark. It- LOrifterMB. f 71 I 5 5 I I 1.J:1 040w. n-|u 14 13 It t II lt Mrs. V. W. Haygood was In'' I ham. Ala.
Tloawal 14 :3 a I 11 1 I S 1.21' W...... Ohio' .._U 121 !I'* t IK .117Tartaa. Jan. 1947 ....... 35 47 18 I Mr. and Mrs. Bill
_. charge of a program the history Thomas of
PMIa. H 121 11 1* on -
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: aMatatrrlrk > Feb.. 1947 .......48 39 13 ,
eta*. .33 M 14 20 1 I 1 5 .*' UrwMlar. Bottaai..2* M t IT II 1":111: of the local P-TA during Mayport, are guests of the J. M.
I r..... PMIa.MaCiaa _215151311511351 .".....n. X. I. __II 117 1t 41 7 2* .MUfata. '.I Mar.. 1947 ..... 60 23 '17 Lowrys. I !
SALE ,._ which she introduced a number of (
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V
: : ?. PWIa.Mai _:1 JI 5 :3 1 5 I 1 .23 T. -: It UZ4ttl.3M TODAY .... 57 25. 18 I tfS
i *. Bwuai ._ 15 331221- 4 215.1515iik. ."17_. a''Uw _II 11 1 I 15 I 1 .MlKhmm. the past presidents. -
.. PMI. 352152423 I tlll.&It: pit. ___1* ,*t I It II I 11 W4 The Presidents popularity is
133.. YMIa.WlOtaan. IS IS I I Park. Own* South in
TO MAKE ROOM I BoatM --.30 114 Ii J ; : 1; 11 :;: BaaiM .... .J..I1.IS 'I 5 It .a4Bmhatts. The majority of birds have four _
P1ils.C24. 2341)1540015.201 Cine ...,11 11* U 44 It I 1 II .:21Tbnanen : toes each the East Central States.
on foot three in front I
FOR NEW SHOES COMING! I."'". 5aw TarfcRoblrwav 14 05112$ 5 t I 4.311.. 9 T _11 121 2t M 11 I112M The vote by sections follows: .
t Drrri 11 III I nIl'J r .'11 Haaa. anrlMa 21 lit 11 13 4 t I II 211 and one behind r however members -
: "...n91. TMI It 40 I 14 I I I S ..20511RlID51YIt.1 NarOwr) Pbl.St_t II IM 2* 11 I t i IT .24R I' of the and Ap- DisapNo'
1155101.314sl.s. !_. t. T _:1I 12T II 17 I' I 11 2 ltdwaraa. woodpecker parrot prove prove Opin.
$9.95 .. (1a1d.' .%11 II Itr 1 0 1 11 .:14Partr. B'Hy. .321ITIIU It 21201'',. families are yoke toed; meaning J*. Eng. & E. Welf
O.cit&,4 751531171 5 1 5 .,, Hark rMcw __'211S1420 1. 42'l two toes point forward and TOO 4' out of S who ask for
LaiaNr_ t*. Laat 37 n 1C I I 133.205: Wittkm. 01..... 21 In 11 m 1 I t .:* M.AIL..._...h 55% 26% 19% A '
7s.I.. Phda.Kvara. II 1. I J I 5 1 .271 M. MrTaniiHl Bit* 1J. 11 I I* 11 I It ..201Crt.YllTurb..10 two backward. E. Cent. ....._... 50 30 20 a. IOU at 'Personal, my
DaifaltZarilla. _15123:1:11: f I 4 1? .275 j 14 I
12 II t :tI answer Is "Yes. That's why
: St. LM!* .at 111 ,. sa. S I 214.27) Fraiti. PWla. '__ 14 11. II Ie" IJ 1 S tt .2MMaar W: Cent. ___61 20 19 I "
NOW I his PklliOlpM* II IW 2tI.. I 1 tz: .:rS *. 9t. tan* IT 121125 t. 1. tBala 17 BoulderDam was completed in South ...___.,_..-68 17 15 Sm rtwrsefffrwa folks call me the "Yes Man.
"341111. PttraitTarna .... N 11 t I I I I I .m *. r...... __!1 Tt T 2T t-t t 11-2M ,I 1936. It is 726 feet tall and contains Rky. Mtn. & Small monthly payments. Up
/ *. Wuk.WrlcM. ". II 114 It Sl I I S 11 ..272.I A..... phlli. _._11 n I (C 10 1.714 mofte j troaMes 1{ to 15 zoos to on most
I t3liti3*. Waib. 30253 1-t 20 : .212 *0.31. Ibiaraai *1 IT II It1 It.* .*l1- 3.251,137 cubic yards of con-' Pac, Coast. .. 61 24 15 repay
: : :
$5.95 and $4.95THEY'RE 1 rural 2* 10 5 II :.300P.114. tit_. .kfcm: .211137323 55 1113 crete. Its reservoir. Lake Mead. 115 aut 0. Complete pnracy.' I
.... ,24)31134 I I S .!tISr 75 TO'300CASH
N.s'30rs.X.Y. 14 41 'II 41 4 .2Uri I You can get $2$ to $300 on f
miles
r Hattft. M. UutlT.rac. .31 He: 20 1 I I Ja .71 aldl25.. :POllia, .' 21 t j I 20 > I .' i .r* long impounds 32459.000 Some new automobile inner j jII
.. Wuk.WikaTKM. !113$241221.2.N Fanun___ Bona ..14 :32 t 25 I 1 .:ll acre feet of water. It is the largest tubes of synthetic rubber can go signature alone, furniture or
Datrolt U 115 II 21 4 I 5 ..ISSIe Gilbert. PMta. U IS I I 2342.204 loans.
LIGHT But > KIlMr. P4ttl. .__ 2 a IM 11.*. 11 1 11 .2*.* artificial l lake in the world_ five months without checking. [ Oil IATCIpost Write or come in to see
tremendously touch weigh Citmis.-1.t. I I r t I I I I.M v.... .&.. ..2S t 47272 II I t .271
about II Kaltnar.; rtrraLHanrlrk. ,' 15 I: I 24 7 I I I .:tf I.034405 BIN' .,tt 12* 2T IS It' 1 T .712' I ; me at the address given be-
ounces per shoe or about half the weight >a... T"a, fa 1tJ I I 1 1. .42P03fl 4..lk4.t.L.sslSlil113 It- 41* :riMllr low. If you phone first. you

*;. Onc.t. :34125 IUS 4 I" ,ItS .r. Clnr IJ 1"? II H t I.21 21VtafTlni. Adventist Pictures Vast Mission en i5s. U.ss, '
of your average ihoet. yet herre a iteel thank. II TXitTt, RotU .2 11 If II '4 I 4 22 ..2"I 3311.... p144. 1) 11. S 1 I I. 0. 3 :VT can stop in to sign and pickup
I 34.11. film 251101127 I I 111.22) CMeai. .11 14 14 211 J'It .21'' Sloo $ 7.7' 5 9.46 LOAN the cash in one visit.

THEY'RE FLEXIBLE Quarter-Inch 'Caltau 04tT44I5.N.1'*. BU ....it. JJ U I:20 1324 1 f I 1 I I 1 I I I.24.:nI ) '.WTTNtik w.caU.1"1tL, PMIa. .-.1t 11 in:* M 4 M ft.II *S U I ,.:?U-11' Field South Pacific Islands suo 11.67 14.11 Open Mon. thro Fri. '.5..

leather cowered Lava. ClaraLMntek. 155 I I I I S 1.145: C.W0lTL.T..2121ST 1 111.271 in $%00 tSoS 18.tl EvenIngs by Appointment t
St. Lni :zr "IJJ 4 1 I U .:3t !1 Auto
Blattmar XT
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Sole 2t M It 24 I 1 I ,2MarmmM :
pads give the feeling walking on springy turf I Joaat.: Pbila.ChkU. U 1. 2tI 21 11 I I II ..2210.1103ii. B'WT .. 21 If 11 It It 1 11 ,K* Vast of the South Pacific opened by war and 13M 23.34 21.36 Closed Sat.
(kkIgS. II It 123 I I I .u2 M_!.. Ckirai. It areas now }
331131223 t II 2X7BiarJ. .. ..
p54 ...... ,
I -firm. springy non-tiring. ,,..... 24 75151$ I I I .m' Boata .._ :% 3.7 14ttI2XIImlniek. Christian missionaries described ". '
ready for the work of were Personalmmae4' p
.... ..,.. 76OIULIFINANCE
R 121 I
i i1l.,1e.. < tl M 21 21 S 1 IJ !:: PMIa. ':31 tl 11 !4 T t 1 II .2J3llltr CQ :
I Rusi.ssIwt.fl 54 51$ 1 I' I r.M 81. 13p' Il ttltttt21* yesterday at the Seventh Day Adventist camp .
I.b4a..NY.1 142143 I I J.JJ rut. Pitfl. _._ 20 III 17 M 41 I :
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BOOTMAKER QUALITY UPPERS-Specifically treated Warn.. DamltTark. -- 72 1 I I I I 1.:1 Wawhka. Pitta. __ II 111 K 21 S 4 t .JUKatinkl. meeting by Elder E. E. Roenfelt, a native of Australia, now Of Orlando
Bahaa __II IJ' IS S1 I 5 I 21 ..ttI. .. 24 Mutk OraRM AvunwStairway
PI" M M H !t II 1 It 241Bwaail. ,
to stay supple as a afore.) .... ","I.. -2. 14 It II I I S zt: : Pttn. .....,Jt. 14 71 t It I lilt .211lanky an associate secretary of the General Conference of. C ( MxaUkanr t te FIda1 .
I...*. Pkila.Trwru ......14 11 I f I I I I.m SiltS __tf 117 11 31 4 t I It .2fJattMi. I..cOItUTa ) ::;,.
Illustrated are just two of the 1 DMtvItCaaaui -_ $ 27 ; ; : : : 1.1:2 : rtr. __ 12 mil! 2* 11 1 It .23Marta Seventh Day Adventists in Washington "' 1Ir 1IIa...... ...__ ;
styles on sale. *. Boftwi .10 0 3,3331AVENPCANLEASUE *. *t. Laall14 III t 1* t I 1 It TBn fertile field far Christian workers ?
of the -
See our window display for other '"" I .. Baawai .11 111 1* 21 t t t II ..2:7VawnaM. : D. C... in charge Phone .7181 jJ".. odt (;1"J" f .... 'lIS l.
patterns. PITCNIN. PMIa. H IM 14 2* 4 I 1 t .27 South Pacific I
I (Two D._ us N... '' 104.... riar 14 11* 11 11 I I t t .2X1Graakart 1 area. Elder R. H. Wentland. homemissionary 537 K. 053.. flirida POotus 1-3141
Orange Ave. I
., CASUAL PrrrCtakSamoa. S I. 010suSw S P. Pitta. _2* tt 11 S* t T SI .232 i mandated .
-Officials of these
LOATER
: run tram IMnttDtamc 4231113 51 3-LOSS .41105S.'T. 2142X11111312.Hrtn .'. secretary of the South- f;
ebeitmit tan smooth .teat)>- *. rwa. 11)12 4 11 1. ; : t.1 <'l. .l: *3.- U M 124 11 14 It 1 T :SST isl nds." he reported, "are anxiousto cnn Union Conference spoke yesterday !j
cr, concealed elattie tore! : emi,i*. till.Slwa _: $353733fl 0cl.. Bkl-PML IT tl I 14 It I I .:221Dvsak. '
fittinx. 1 HutII'.4.' T31S414241 11.13 I\&. !.... UMIIltl21tPHikar have the fine Influences of afternoon on Matthews :
katberioles.1fl I N T. .__ Titit'ijil I 41 .040 ;_ __. I Christianity extended to tribes 253540.: I

Jrtiraaa.Nl4lIs.WlI0.505.5 _=11 4T1tlI It t U It Tl- -' 11 11Civra. :i: ,! .A".AL.. 4.44143* PITCNN1SI. and villages that, lived in Ignorance Elder L. C. Evans president of. ORLANDO BANKS
I O43.SS
15 Nw.)
$5.95Formerl1 I rMaat .- t S23$2* tl 11Trart. nr and squalor before the Impact I I the Florida Conference. spoke at',
.
: Ca S Ii NIO.Sl.u5 v I Pa.Baataai
$510531114 S 11
I atralt
I Mwiaraam 1t... tttMITlSl 1 41 .547'' Pp43o. 717433520: I 1 T -'t.... of war brought the outside j I the closing meeting last night of '

'9 5 IMiaam B-l.. .74417252 4 SDariak. .M1 : -.. PWIa. ___ T 4* !it I IS-4 I 1.0.4 I world into many previously unex-i'the largest encampment ever held will be '
Baaw 71314411121 41MartUldoo. .147'I II HaittKi. :>. T. 422tlttlt LMCRanka I here. This morning at C o'clock'!' not >
plored We open
I Fhlta. tttS44lll 41 .547 *. Pttt*. T IS I* 1 J ttt i regions. were astonj j
*1o03susC4'IL.lIlS 1 tl 11ftatil : Rattan B'klrm .. 553441015: I II .133'I ished to learn the great numbers there will be a farewell devotional''

I *. P'1 'IS 4t M II 1 11Wjmt. :::,' "'I--.tt<< Pitt I44M1I1I41II ..550Ris.y. | of people living In islands of that service as the 'worker and lay'i
I
ITMrtl I 41 41 IT S4 I 4 1 MLaaaaM. Tuesday 3
June
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Walk. IlL; L 741)1252-41,071 T27U211 I Irell. PklU. t M IS 1* 23 4 .. S S .TMBlackwaD great archipelago.l J members return to their homes or j ,

.... 4 ant 1..TT4441M, 1 14 .IM ClIML _'I nS42t41l-IS TM fields of service. '
Harold,. >. T tIMS II ll144rhaxOar ..S"I Lao, rkfeaa* _- I 41 M It IS 0. t 1 :.750lvis'&N.Y.5444325142 4 I -New that we .are able t*> g. j .

I X T 1305l17241 .I 11 ISTnck .355.304 ,..,,... X T __14 11 II 17 --It t t .1M'1 7M j t back InU these areas and we jI I Jefferson Davis Birthday -
." 4.4..fl.'il1124272314 IwO.ilL L. .f missionaries DOIIT JUMPY PAIUI
75215131V I t S Til have a large number jI c
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4* nil. $22313$333 I 1 .NT'' :
1*. ...1. J1144:31: ,? 11PHIL .305' In this country awaitIng I A
} .:ia4atN. 50,4t5.014.: 11 11 1 t I- 1 1 ..105P.05i0.ILLOUII ;..- Clot. T I 7 1 4. I 1 .147anlL I 'rIcjc'oxJ1tJJ Legal Holiday
... Pin 4 14 14 Till 11 .M7 transportation, there Is a
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mht so It 1\lP1'1<< I .421112111.. .3451: KaakK :X.* Tart' 034234133 I IS .... : !
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cum cbeltDut taa Tark 350.53311. 11 'ASIll.pft13fl.)714l 1 1rN. ::4'1447. Bltly* 11 2f 21 14 14 P 1 *.
leather. 41 .444i *314. SkIll __.lS543141 t I 41 .f 1SMl. I i!
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$5.95 TaiiJaian.r.. 1323134 Tl 1 SS JIM
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IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
Walttn, Ci 4SSUH4I.il .55'
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a.tae ,
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PipliA, ('0114$. ..303525ll1 -. 11 333. i Writ* Baata __ 41l-1* t $1 II Mt I ORLANDOBUTANE \ '
I .323rt.s.sssss.S$12024 /
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S34131111 .11 .US:Ikkailt. rkirat' .ltSS44131S114 .42tRaffakaklar Free yo. pet .f irtttadg.Dt.uase I .

....... PWI.. -__ 15Uk201$4 75 .1M ; OIL__ IUMtirSI24 HtMTItSlSI" .333 113WTM. ,: carrylat' Ticks with I f i

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1.adst.5..L.sij.h&illlrlw. CM. I 11144 H2tllt* -- -- -I- ..055cit.45 KuL Boue. -1$.U ) f B-.- .- 1 :,3331' 1932 W. lUbinsaa Ph. 2-17X1 1 Other Letiiif Dng SJM JPct- st..1f f Still Patriotic: :
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W1131a.s. BMW MM nm 1L kpajm It a> __ I II 1 1 4 .2Mtaaaara ,
Braatt. Ciw T .1. .
$5.95r MM tattad _. 2*- Dill.*.. Bt. Uwdi tlwlwltk I :
Tnillll14 2H
Kla-. Cklra** Our *M t. Ml $ Ma 1 Il,00.33,5..1.* B kH* I ** witk FW w C'03.4. Ill Mat ttaal rBk Ill41 iBmu. !
-- _-_ *. Mallia. Pauatt aua aMM *auWa.. 14. lkat. \tn mttttanb : : := I .. \
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$4. 2.05.. aatwW awat .... 4. BaataavD
.0501: I
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Kttk ..-.LI -. Bonds. Ask about
*nU aaaa yiMMr 3 M. PtaU. 1.3721510. .5 .505 tu I
$4.95 Ban Ctae. 21'" I I' 1. '
Group ..-. PMta. 1* 41 44 1* It T I .... t BUILDING SUPPLIES ;
D4,4l.S.3,551Sfl42fl20I. ._ : theBond.c-MonthPlan.; i
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Styles are similar to those shown above and 1 HATItNAL-ItAIVI lEABtttWarkar I

also includes some lace patterns all formerly W LMl.-mi*MtM. kaMa battanmtt Oak Flooring Pint Flooring Sidis 'Ceiling I -
.37.: MI... Ka. Tark JMM raa :17 and 'I
59.S$. I bnaMn. U. Bmkattav nvtwaa MM .aiu, Sash i
44. CM)*. PktlwMtM MI .rM. .. 1L Caaaar Doors MoebKngs Sask Wiifnh Cord I i
>_ tart aMM 111.... .&. TvrnaDv Bwaa ,
kattW ta .* MM U u. will' K.-. CmrUHatt : S Sask locks hiUm hWwart e Nails 0 '
ttW tar naai lit... witll A. Ba.k.. BaMMM XoorinsCobimts. :
( vUckan wIll 704.554.AW.CONDITIOI C ,
I CITIZENS NATIONALDANK ;


ORLANDO BOOT) SHOP [ D And Many Won Articles I ORLANDO I


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(WALK OVER SHOP; I I a haircut or shave? 1 1i i Member Federal Reserve System I .

PHILLIPS I iNDUSTRIES INC. .
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E. Robinson at Court St Dial 7141
Bwicham' ,
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JUNE 1. 1947 THE SUNDAY SENTINUr STAR, ,ORLANDO FLORIDA PAGE 11 .Pass $$55,000 MACHINERY, : t!'j


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Realty Sales Takes Sammie Francisco Realtor, Saturday :: FOR SAt E. : fEENc .

Building Upswing : reported home sales in )..laytotaUn& 'I (

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Total $$212,100 i --A' 9 AIL purchasers are expected to I i Dewatt 273x40 HP STB VaK. > phase ,

occupy the properties.she said. ,t M cycle 342S RPM. Central Electee: .
I I650OOO 1 Y- t Series M*. 475TI. $60040
May To Pass I fire-bedroom house t 11(1VI

George H. Kittredge & Son w r Salerno Winter Park was 1 RIPSAW '
,realtors reported a total of 4212 bought by: Mr. and Mrs. John L. I Power feed at Mff by Street Bro
100 in sales during the past 45 slx9 is Domino from Charles J. CanI{I, Machine. Work Belt Drive..OOO...'

days; involving 16 transactions $ MarkOrlando I nauth for 1ftoO. ti

homes and business properties.C. t With a story-and-a-half house, i 3 ELECTRIC MOTORS 'j'- I
J. Hadlock sold two.bed-
a. : five lake front acres were pur- 2) HP 440 VOLT-3 phase. 90 odetype
room bungalow at 224 East took Star Serial Nat
building a sharp NL 2C41-
Marks St. to S. F. Langley; ]L upswing during May, with permits Ye, 9t 5 i chased by Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. ;i SN05-S) -Belt Drive. Serial No. S.
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Richards E. B. 11 4f ; Herring from Dorothy Jane Herring : No. S-f. not.ot
T. Usher bungalow for new construction expected to )7lqJ: .. tI
at 1312 South Osceola; s .L fs top the $650,000 mark, records of : $8 11a ,. for 9500. ,I 1 MOLDER
iii Mr. and Mrs. Earl Longnecker I
George W. Xewhart to L. G. 1 I City Building Inspector A. E. _____ $1111UrfO.nH bought from Mr. and Mrs. HaroldW. *I Vales C34top--bottom ag4 rtde
Kinder three bedroom hoine'at V Belt drive!
Slauson showed yesterday. bea Automate feed.
100 West Colonial Dr.: Harold Cook for $7,500, a bungalow j!I to counter haft. Cowplet set oil i
Knapp to Mrs. George F.- Earl I That would make May the at 813 Montana Ave. Whitney ;I Knives, incl 2" and 4" bU... "
biggest building month of the ;UOO..t;
lake front home Maitland. I 4S Speigel was co-operating broker. I
for Orlando, topping the ,
William Moncrief to Floyd Mor- I year :y y. h y and 1 GRINDER
__ _._______,._____ I April figure of $%1331 by more I Nina P. Weeks Mary j
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Downey Shop cn'.m'T. : Cormack from A. Model DD 1249bench
ris : than 120 cent. :.i A LW&WC 4aortQ 444 '" k Grace bought I D.Ha-Tripie Duty:: -
:29 East Central; ,Jim Cumbie- FIVE BEDROOM HOME at 130 H.IIcr. .st Ave. sold during the per WINTER PARK HOME' PURCHASED attic by-Mr. and Mrs. John;)' L C. Reynolds of Fontana; Calf. Vpe-h HP Mot<<-MM*,
It-single phase. 10 cycle
Harry Curtiss, five-bedmom houseat week by Mr. and Mrs. James L Cumbie to Mr and Mrs. Harry Total construction for the first I for $6.900. a six-room bongalow I RPK. $10.00>
Domine of New Rochelle N Y shown above.
formerly is
130 Hillcrest Ave.; Col. Donald five months of the year climbed to at 2112 Park Dr.
B.; Herron to Dr. A. B. Russell Curtiss of Hartford, Conn, for $27,000. The transaction was I more than 2100000. The previous Sold by C. J. Cavenough, it is. located at J 1161 Via Salerno, MORTISER **
three-bedroom 1135 handled by George H. Kittredge & Sons realtors. top month was February, with A four-bedroom furnished house ..'
bungalow at on a lot 166 feet square. The deal was closed for the officeof Creenlee No. 228. Serial No. 29565-
Gulfview. C. D. Varner to Arthur $569,148 in construction. I at 1225 Palmetto Addition in Win- I HP Motor 220 ... > phase. 60
F Labb two story guest home on Highway 1792. Seminole County i[r Gary Starling to William L. Biggest increase was In the Sammie Francisco, realtor. Deed stamps indicated priceof ter, Park was purchased by Mr. eyeJe -Wafner. Serial No. W4ljfiM.
fr Carl L. Miller to J. D. Waters. I Thomas, highway grill and bar number of new homes scheduled I $20,000. and Mrs. Robert Adkinson horn -1160 RPM Tlczibl e uphj>< 4nve.

I two-bedroom bungalow at 625 on Winter Garden Rd.; George for construction, with more than I --,-tthe heirs of Cleo Woodward for $L500.00t ;
[West King St.; Oliver Joe Bailey II. Ksttredge Jr. to A. J. De- 50 family residences planned as 5500. I TENOMER ".*
business building across'from the mopoulos, three lots on South compared with 22 the previous FLORIDA REALTORGRAM Dr. and Mrs. Alva S. Pack Sr.. looston Amencaal stnfle etwi-frww i iI
Post. Office on North Main St. to Kuhl opposite Orange :Memorial: month. These ranged up to 10. of Greenville S. CL, bought for :I gal tenom keads-4 p a ad bottom
George H. Banes; O. B. McEwanto Hospital; George Rogers to Craig 000 for a one-family residence. $4.750 from Mr. and Mrs A. El :. capeseutatf taw-roBcr, Ub5*-jAaiasartnj
A. G. Henmg, three-bedroom Jackson and Joe Beard, 150 foot I Southern RealtorsGaining Hendrix a five-room bungalow at -belt drtvt $'H.'
In Contractor
bungalow at 1628 South Osceola; highway frontage 'in Killarney Wellborn one C. Phillips group secured per- 2037 Chamberlain St. I 1 ELECTRIC MOTOR ,
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L. C Hodoval to George W. New- Shores Harry Lontz to Hugh
mits for 20 $6,000 one-family J' HP-220.'440 volt 2 phase 60 crvle .
hart two-bedroom bungalow at I Akerman. lake front lot in Warm-blooded animals: In cool -AJlii Chabnert Serial Na. Til
homes on Vassar and West Harvard ,
624 Terrace Blvd. I Spring Lake Terrace. Avenues. regions usually are larger than DNS143i-lTSO HPM-Belt k.J163.0J..

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I handled in cooperation with White : In non-residential construction, climates. !Ij .
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; Orlando Utilities was tops with a I :.
and the Akerman-
Brokers
NEW HOMES FOR SALE Bros. $150,000 permit for warehouse and AdjusUbte steel UW. T BaIt btr4s
I VIOLET DUNHAM
Lontz sale was negotiated in con- Br U....
$8,100-Lox Monthly Payments-Veterans or Civilians. Dubs- nection with Rex-McGill realtors.All office Hamlin.off Ferris between Montanaand [Exs'utve SeTfori, Ford; socfoticn! > of Realtors I j AGRICULTURAL i *'1

dread Section near golf course, [Midiron Drive.] other sales were handled by I SOUTHERN REGION of Thomas O'Hagen DuPree, 1 HANDSAW "
X bedrooms, tile wee screened stucco V. R. Austin was authorized a THE eceeat 3T' Iron spoke top
bath living room porches ever George H. Kittredge and son Con- ENGINE 104,
concrete block construction, large lots. Kittredge recently $25.000 store building on Ernestine. Beach, vice-president of NAREB, is showing up bottom wheels-plain bearing fceB
TO REACH: Drive out Edge ater to Par; right on Par left on ;, way. Conway and Speer and Price were approvedtwo I i drive. Includes 2- "ai P band* .
third paved street oft Par then immediate right and follow to I has been appointed Equitable Life clinic buildings at 120 and 124 well in the national membership campaign for 10,000 new ....... $Iot". t
;:.; intersection otJUgle and Midiron right to houses. I Assurance Society's agent to East I realtors, according to Armel Nutter, chairman of the Na- Repair Service "1l's .
Copeland Dr., costing $10.000 I
Open for Inspection Saturday and Sunday, 2 to 5 P.I.BENZINGGABEL handle their insured real estate tional Membership -Committee.,!.. risked Mechanic 3 ELECTRIC MOTORS I 1
loans In Central Florida. Factory HP :224 volt S phaae. 10 C1C":'.
mortgage Florida is far out in the lead in
DEVELOPMENT CO.. i ODB ne CeaUniDtal Tarts
Belt drive. each
each.Ghio the Southeast and going strong Jas. Gamble Rogers II ; 150.00
<':; n E. Central Ave. TeL M7 I' The Royal Scot bf the London Reports I against the leads of a few other 1 STICKER ...

and Scottish Railroad has been States in the nation. Florida Architects Engineers
merle No. J'4 tad and doer-
I in continuous'operation since 1848 i Realty Journal for June will; devote Building.Consultants sticker an with 3 heads- >klaf*, and, I
I and claims the distinction of offering Home Sales I special space to the State R a boring attachment. Bed drop 17"-
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PAINT '- VARNISH scheduled service for more membership campaign under Leo POST OFFICE BUILDING S new spar heads and 12 new Masxnlves

': I I years than any other train m the Lastmger. Tampa. Each memberis WINTER PARK, FLA. Complete set of ground.
knives for sain and doors
I I ____!w s>keiaeeewaonaor.
At asked to out one. day and
'>: SPECIAL PRICE THIS WEEK ON I world. $31,000 go JUOO.M
member and the j
get one new
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UTILITY ,SPAR VARNISH I! Sales of two homes in Lancaster work, will all be done. A beautiful I i 1..JOINTER iI.

A COMPLETE PAINT DEPT. Park to prospective permanent : silver trophy will be awarded byPresident I steel bed and frame-adjustable_
HOMESFORSALES table and guide*-belt drive.
Al Werly to the board ::
Y MANAGED BY COURTEOUS SALESMEN JentineI=,fm: resident were announced Satur- in $300401
.. WHO KNOW TilE PAINT BUSINESS I day by J. A. L. Ghio. I showing 1947 leadership furthering I Ii I
i objectives including i
: Prices totaled $31,000. RIPSAW
JOSEPH BUMBY HARDWARE CO. MOVES MERCHANDISE 1! Mr. and Mrs. Nat Novello, from bership increase.. mem-I 3-bedroom concrete block stucco tile bath screen porth Venetian j Iron frame. Wood table-belt drive '
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Norfolk, Va., bought a bungalow.I blinds awnings shrubbery, insulation 1221 Norwood UMM ;
t ORLANDO WINTER PARK April Average 42,016 at 1522 S. Mills St. from Mrs. P. I A RECENT survey shows Ii EdgewaterHeights No. 2, :2 block from Lake Adair. I : '
,Diffley. i, Florida firm' lands have p i BEST BUY IN ORLANDO 1 ELECTRIC MOTOR W
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I Southern State. Although the j -USO RPM. Century: Serial No.
Huemme from Pittsburgh. Pa.. average value per acre has risen .$11.800 G.L $500 cash Civilian $4X00 cash I 483625. Belt drtve.: $200.00 > j
bought a home at 1518 S. Mills St. .
73 cent in Florida compared
from Mrs. Addle Bell Woods. Deals per 1 large 2-bedroom stucco tile bath screen porch. A fine home 1 RIPSAW '
to the 1935-39 "period [and
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were closed:! at the Central Title between Rock Lake and Lake Lorna Doone. No. S Phfllrpe Window Tram Machine 1
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farms were at a very low point Manufactured by Atlas 1lf .
>t. '' and Abstract Co.Highland those f yean], Alabama farm $8750.00 100% G.I. Loan, $750 cash to Civilian Co. Belt drive 3310.00
i I land has risen 111 per cent; I
I County Kentucky 172 percent; Georgia, 5 2-bedroom. concrete block, tile bath screen porch porte. i 1 JOINTER
126 per cent; South Carolina, Harvard and Westmoreland Drive. '1,000.01. 100% GI Loan. I- Wallace with built-to 1 HP
J 142 .cent. All forms of : motor 390/440 volt, 1 phat M
per con- 1883-
: I Increases AcreageFor General Electric. Serial No.
struction in the Southeast have GABEL CONSTRUCTION CO. 5450 RPM. N... $115.10 t!
.1, nearly doubled !since 1939. Totals ..
Cover Crops $11,388000 in 1946 com- 19 RUTLAND BLDG. .PHONE ISM : 1 SHAPER '
_- pared to $6,399,999 in 1939. I Iron frame Wood Ubl T belt :
3y j f"'Ot'f",1 M The S m
I County of the most important steps Mr. Rex. Fortney Representative "!ig
t farmers are seeding more acreageto ONE I All of the above machinery '!!
j taken to end the nation'shousing
located at Gabel Winter Park i
leguminous cover crops: this /
troubles the adoption
was
the according Mill. Fairbanks Ave. Winter ;
year than In past,
o. the Wolcott Bill HR 3203 by
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{_ a The Lakefront Estate You've Dreamed of Owning : to County Agent V. T. Oxer. I the House of Representatives. If I Park.. ;; ,

I Growers are- making strong efforts -I'[the Senate concurs the housing Ii i FOR SALE *
I Ii..: 3 500 feet on.Hiway 17, 400 feet on lake. Will enhance In value A modern tile ranch i to replace organic matter shortage will soon be over. It will S S BOILER '
,,; house with 3 bedrooms. 2 baths, screened living porch,.long cathedral ceiling living that was depleted from the soil remove the shackles from production 129 s'.so-. IDOlA as minofuhm'd ,I
j( room bir.flreplaee, tile floors and lifetime roof. Large dining'roomwith fireplace during the war years and to save I' and rebuild competition. The t>j J. el4. |9M4X !' i i'

-faxing,lake.Modern kitchen and.service porch well:landscaped, .plenty ot gardenias., on fertilizer bills: Hairy indigo is second pan of the bill permits I RAILROAD PROPERTY STEAK ENGINES .
Garage: andworkakop. Owner-wants offer Our sign on this j property. One mile north well suited to soils of this section, I moderate rent'raises when they 60 HP .$210.00' ud'
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of Casseibemr on,, Hiway. 17. Extra 3-aere tract adjoining, available. Ideal seaplane -and many large grove owners are I are voluntarily agreed to by the Several good sites on SAL, railroad between
base. .t planting It this season. Other t owner and tenant in leases extending block from Orange 1 PLANER
L grove owners are growing crota- to the end of 1948 It Amelia Livingston, one Han Browa No. 4. Top, aide and
I'I'I I! ;aria and betgtarweed.Pastures II would decontrol new constructionnow. Blossom TraiL bottom beads. Bd drive. $%.%.W.OI
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.. generally are in an advanced .
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: M. J. MOSS 1 BLOWER
stage of growth as a result OAKDALE SUBDIVISION 40' ai manufactured ft* Buffalo
i!! of the unusually heavy rains in' Lee County Sales Up I and Colonial Tone co.. taetodmc 100' of 12' duct. ;
Lake
6977 Rock
132 S. Main"St eGEORGE ,. TeL :the early Spring, and cattle are in I l yectcl. to Trg Sunday Sent.net-Star! 74 lots bordering on I '$SOo.o.I -
:I much better condition: than they FORT MYERS Realty sales in Drive. Good investment or ready for builder. I LOG-SAW.
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I usually are at this time of year. Lee County are expected to top I I Belt drive. Including >
,, Mr. Oxer also reports that cattle-i the $400.000 mark for May. ,The SAWMILL & MILLWORK PLANT i card and tracks. $09.30 iI
I ; men plan to plant more grass this; majority of sales are reported to I
H. KITTREDGE 8 SON REALTORS s year than they planted in 1946. have been to homeowners and Sawmill,planing mill,dry kiln, ready to operate. I 1 CUT-OFF SAW

!_. I I businessmen.The Located between Orlando and Winter Park, I, Ire. Swing type. Belt driv*. $50.00

Indian River Growers Fairbanks Ave. Complete Millwork Plant,'Production i
.. I oldest U. S. citrus acreage I AH ef the above machinery
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is In California. machinery for sash and doors. located at the Pine Castle Lam-
y Indigo Progress f
: nvxj r HOMES Report I ber and Hardware Co* Pin
iSp;,:.icl to The So',-n1f1eJ.SrarJVERO ] I 'I I Castle. Fla.I .
l BEACH-Ninety per cent After June 1st t 1

: :: cf more than 600 acres of hairy : Our Office and Display Room i LOUIS E. GABEL I 1 I Cement Finishing M&chm: '
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indigo planted by Indian River Will be located at CasoUae drive*. diameter.
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GROVES I County growers recently are up toi 423 W. CENTRAL AVE. OWNER 1 12Z5JO

I fine stands and growing well ac- 1 ARC WELDER
s A, i t i i cording to County Agent Marcel A.I Sladc-Booth Show Case. Co. 19 Rutland Bldg. YI Phone 8383 3wt: .m,:-?ltH auo1me tlrtnn. Portable -
: t y t Boudet. I Phoe* 24271 E I $)09.01

: tx I More than a ton of indigo seed I
I Vere obtained by co-operative I X POWER BACIC.8AW)

I I| purchase for the plantings with ELECTRIC flM-M

L BUSINESS % '! the county agent, soil conservation -I -4" Constructors CenfrlfBralFampfl.

t I district workers and farmers BUILDING LOT SALEBUY Portable $160.00 ea.
vQ working together in the project.
t C PROPERTY .. Ii 1-$" Contractors Centrifugal
4 : I NOW. AT REDUCED' PRICES Pump. Portable $1$'.0I


t'o Y f I I I t I; 1-3"able.Diaphragm Pomp.$12540 Pert


'J l -l S BEAUTIFUL EDGEWATER HEIGHTS'IIO. 2 '- i 2 Roofers Tar Pots. $4040 ea.
andEquitable
; y : 9\\ I 1-COO-watt gasoline drive
ontt. $60."
9 : power
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J Life 1: 9 OVERLOOKING LAKE ADAIR. '.," I 1 small eonertU vibrator $lot

George H. 'Kittrtdce Assurance Society's Conway. D._ Kittredie C! ..' I J large concrete vibrator $1JO

: = OVER 100 LOTS ON BELLEAIRE CIRCLE" .-.. : 1 large concrete vibrator $125

I Im; t 1 concrete buggies $('M.ucla

: : --- -- Audubon Ave.' : '.> 1 I: complete tilt roof lnanafae-
Club Drive
: INSURED MORTGAGE LOANS$ ,-- -- Reading Drive Westmoreland Drive, Country luring plant. $2,00049

,COST. Edgewater Court, Seville Place, Norwood Ave., Mercedes Ave., GolfviewAre. I! t Complete Portable Sawnffl .

and Ellwood St. with HcCormaek. Deertnr I Ii
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: We are pleased to. announce the appointment of Conway D. Kittredge as $52,000.00A : i engine $1101.0' 1 1I

an agent' to represent the Equitable Society's Insured Mortgage Loan Department j I 1 Complete Wood I.aUal1n, n. w
Restricted.
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,:.This.assured Home ownership plan provides: J WORD ; All city improvements. \ motor. $15....

-fotogiaf".... ,irear.ten..w.w X CMC lf<$ model 2-tem special
f i *. w ..It.$4000 bd.y.V. Buy in one of Orlando's best residential sections. Lots $900 to $2500.00. I' steel body with winch and

[1 ] J Interest.rate. ot 4 per cent ... \ .'.,. be to ..a..ihh I "A" frame. $......
.-, w pMEy i._ to : > .: ; Mr.. Rex Fortney, Representative t
25 to I .. i X Ford 10)9 mode(. cab
[(11] Up to years repay gar j. UIM aovwh ...oIA.d ..... On Ground Each Day ever
; with extra keith wheel base

-3[ ] Liberal prepayment plan ,v i'. ego.lw. ..AI..,_., ..eo.Pt./.o.wi....., AooIw.ill {! r f .. I $60949

[4No] brokerage, no service charges / iJ5J .... -. fI"IIiId yo ogoMtd lose ofr ... : '.. ". FIELD OFFICE MERCEDES AVENUE 1 International 193t\ IH-ton
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I hoo- PHONE 4073 :f flat body. $3S049
live home free from mortgage es. .. ......'. i .*
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r -i r Lc4i.. al --we car.. May ,
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'#{61 'Should you:die;:leave. it to your family.[ mortgage free. s....,.,.-.....at WIIsksarobei4nosi.ti I. '," Brokers Protected .;': Assortment pipe fltterB tools

.. 'tgest-<--s-aafcrt H--****-- lt"''';:- -' i. ens tp to 14". Also eoatraetor'! ihaod

: '' HUCKEI-O-NEAL INC 1 : these lots ......
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Consult : We will build; "for owner of any_ of ,,
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1 CONWAY D. KITTREDGE;Agenr .* ; Pboac 1944a DEEL6PtVENItO. '"
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: Louis E. Gabel President James B. Siemens Treasurer Mercedes AT. Field Office

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ORLANDO. FLORIDA RAT'S UTOPIA UAO SAl-1 I CANO AND I RtG AND UPHOLSTERY. clesaed ARMY GOODS-Tarpaulins and teats; CASEMENT ADJUSTERS Deer f RB T WATER HEATEBS S. .. ;s. **. PLYWOOD aiariac. Walboard for.

PAGE 12 JUNE 1947 permanent MS X. Phone 9725.OEKK'S a I Bring prices I own home. Alp.e rain coats: panehos clothing; nil- closers: door chime and lock pets J"'C1UQTURJ AUCTION SAL*-m*.. 30 and 40 galloa capacity. Orlando aU _***. Asbetea board for w*
I. I moneys us your methods. Moth proofing. Mill and N-
ker boats. terproof pretection.
Hundred OriOLe
of new Items. of all kinds. Smnh Lumber Co. K. June 3rd. vtertin at 10 .. Appliance Co. 11M. 390 .
BUOT SOPa BPCclal perior C..n. 214 I duced. Dixie Rug Cleaners Ph. a Low prices; save at Morgan Salvage. Orans and Railroad.CHROME our Chicago St. Warehouse. Ave. Phone 4537._ brskPANELLING. S

*. nchlti CABINET AND ROOFINO-PVeo eaUatatc 3 46 E Church.AQVZLLACostrole "t 12 In. white knotty

Cold wve & .1:.1 I Co.dal Mills order. Central I Ir I to pay. Work guaranteed. 7Ihlle Roll water leakage I f I moulding KNOBS and hardware pun*for, hinge Beauti Following is a partial Tdat BOOT 2 booa.. 1 Bd. Pfrmte* pin. Wantex n'lDed71roocl for

ClassifiedS :I Phol. 6686.I and l@br.lt. o built up and sibtstj dampness or seepage on brick fying roar cabinet Mills and Babreaks. piano. living room suites bedroom I winches complete with cable. twMUins. Get it at Mill and Nebraaka I
; I type CLAY ROADS BUILT- !f I a1. Sih Sons 4688. concrete stucco or any kind of I suites odd chest of drawers (someaatiqssI. booms raise and lower and tan b* _
nT'S Bt PARA I vanity dresser telephone CSsrro-
masonry. Smyth Lumber wtveled. Hotaas 1199. Roller
I and paving with surface N.
I r [ REFRIGERATION SERVICE Commercial stand*, odd chain innerspring auttresse WTTMBDIG FUTURES Ntw. el all
j Orsnge Ave. and Railroad. 1 j DINING piece. let. US W. Central
cold specialty. Work
r waves a Da u ..rantd. and household re.i bleached :r-nu. *. box springs bedsteads iceboxes I kUada cheap also girl's bike; secM -
I i[ 38 East .On pl.c.1 son. Pn. U3. i I Good work charges APARTMENT UI'CHDiS-COmplete '! 2 West Tsle. gas stoves porcelsia kitchen hand. 123 H Her St.

nUn l-Stor STRING: j! CONCRETE : suson Refrigeration Service. Ph 9752. with electric refrigerator range table and 4 chairs to match dinIngroom HEDGE aBARS----rn. Temper," I
PEl.e. .I IJ I roof and rM sink and cabinet A few for Immediate DISHES-35 to 6J-PC. sets New pattern I table chain buffet and highest anility. $ .; alas "Elee- ,PRESSURE, COOKERS and eanaen.
W=t.Ad RatMPair ... Charm Salon. Pb. tt I' pairs .Attle f. RADIO INTERCOMMUNICATION. denvery. Modern Appliance Just arrived. Fair ,Store 10 chin closets double deck bed. library Trtmraer. electric hedg &. several makes also can *eler*. B.IL .

;, 5 .el ,estimates. Work.don 25 .1.UOQ and rP A rei i Ine. 428 N. Orange; 2-2314 W. Church. I tables. bookcases occasional Knox Stores Co.. 29 Z> Fins. Phone Parrtih Hardware. 230 S. Orang
I Bo POT BMMiniimiM I II home .ld I 21"1.PISTOLN.w.
O n41. chair, Phono
/ tr rockers wicker set. several 2-3163
i of Orlando. Call J. a. BOUDOIR DOORS Windows.
Schools and Instruction I Tuner Broa. 114-B Park 8,1 CHAIRS In colorful prints.
( char o 7Stunday I 1. enre Blossom Tr I Winter Park; ph. SIP, Good selection of covtrg. Excellent made. Made an slits. PrlcedrtclIt.1 house ban. restaurant tables and.. I HEllos TRIMMZRS Piacor otectrie. German Loser also
.. ]. 2-2370. equipment; also electric reducing machine Colt .38 revolver Phone 7310 1
30 construction.
18 floor
t por ACCOUNTING Engineering. HIrt i 11 4 samples slight man's bicycle, electric washing Trims hedgi better for lea _to
I Minimum char** los School :: Comipondenct -f! CONCRETE FLOORS RUG- tOLT ly soiled. Regular price 75-S42JO. DAVENPORT-. '.; office I machine (old Ameo Feed SMI*. 300 W. aebiaso PYREX-Genuine Pyiex.were. a geoMlcctloa 1
School I.t Ert worm.Dp. C1 Special 819.73. Lloyd's Furniture 905 desk 18. oak 30. revolving chair I Av*. 6463.RAMMER. to mast popa'ar Items.
] Consecutive Day 1$4 Bn* day 0. Raw*. P. O. BOX :Ph. 9282.REAL .1 steps in .otc N. Orange. te.50. TrpewriUr TJn Pm I II I I. HANDLES Seasoned hick
T Contocutrv Day ISO line a day .r rUl. I e Ol.lld. BEVERAOE COOLER : Library table $9, 24 It. ladder tlS.1T2S 2-3163.
rD-LW and practice.:!I Nldy. i Brunswick 1 ers. Other Items too numerous to ory. Install them yourself toe new -
Count s Average' Word 1 ttac> C Par ROOFING the E. KaleyDRINKINO I
I and sales-I IEV' man Bine-Flash. Liquid and solid food' mention. Introductory price 30e. 223 W. PIANO-Uprtsht player Prie .
National (Out of Btatei Bate* CONCRETE WORK I way.
; who
man start 139 ; kn. roofing refrigeration. Easy access; greater FOUNTAIN XeMaater.aotomatlc i Central Hardware. Ph. 1-2317 Girl bicycle. standard else 120 I
Single insertion 30* per Ha 1. C. ud wee walks floors septic for you. Its n. just can L. T. Jernigan gtorag capacity: faster cooling. Immediate .eBUIll, Can 2-019 today and tomorrow if 1807 Xuhl: phone l>.
3 Consecutive Dan SSo one I day |I censed tended: Southen 7427 by and ace at delivery terms. Or-1 i IRON PIPE Four inch. used -OouMeacia
easy Hsrdwsre 102 W. Church.i you desire thai we pick I
i 1 CoaaoentiT Day SO line a day 'HGH-OtmPlet TOUT high c!.. 8714 or 2-2 o 1 70 Alexander Place. lands Appliance Co. Inc. 210 *. ''i i ,I ware for this sal ap your and Fairbanks Mora pump. TORS-AIu.m1D.. I and
minimum 3 linos) I lpr. Umt with DRT CLEANING We SEWING Orange dial 4537. DIAMOND RING-Man's 4 J carat i I cheap. Requembourg's Nursery, 2 8-cun sue. B. H. Parrisa Hardware
MACHINE REPAIR ,
American SChOOL furnished. diamond ring for, sal Write Phone 2-1841 t
A' Box mile Fa 220 8. Or ng*
south Leesburs.
f' AH Want-Ad start to the Orlaadr N classes. Diploma..t Frs booklet. : skflledV experienced make Motorizing a specialty. BABY BUGGY-In good 432 SStir.DINETTE Direction to warehouse Go to Or-
Morals Beattad aa4 an Printed American Depi O..C. modern machinery. Try t| L. Shrewsbury. 691 Formosa. Winter 1972 Minnesota Ave. Winter Urtt sole Ave. and Princeton Bt. (Dr. !! ICE REFRIGERATOR CookratorI PUMPS -All type, irrigation industrial ,'
la both the Sentinel aid Tbs Wr Ibo Cleaners. 304 .. ; Park-.822W, ;' : SUITE piece, solid oak. Phillips turn east oa Princeton past I Special 75-pound capacity. 1120S domestic. Florid Pip *
0 Orlando Star oa the *am* oat*. 0 Box 311. R1d. Phl. 2-1060. | TANKS I BOX FILES Letter site suitcase ,:r' Walnut finish. n Large aluo railroad track and turn rtsht at first 1 Rio Grand Av*.: Supply Co. 630 W Church, ph. 611*. f
; every 4 lock. Immediate delivery. .. tapestry chair
$
SEC $35. Ph.
8331
NIW CLASSES FORMING Quick CJ
: I The Waut-Ad Department k ELECTRICAL RIP AIRING pumped 111.d P. J. ,Smlth-Wllma Co- Office Outfitters street Chicago 8t > to warehouse. POWER PLANT-Portebl*. 120 Volt. ,
1 from 830 aja. to 6 PJn. dailY an efficient tralnlnc. highest. .ta: wiring. C .S It Burke. Permanent ;bde. I 401 W. Central: 9759 DEWALT POWER SAWS.AIsjplaners. Park R. Sodero. Auctioneer. fleming Auc INLAID LINOLEUM: Installed Special price Bomb Hardwar

I Sunday from 8 10 U aja.Deadano ._ cenn under expert. metrl Ctetr. i, insured. Route I. Box 231; 2-1.; Mall saws drill*. I tion Sales Co. fjors and sink tops AII'.I Company, 102 West Church .
waiting. Yetr. approved. : I BTROLLER3--"W.Ik-o-Rlde.-. metal lathes. J. D. Pease
'
r 4-1215.
; for BvadAr Paper IsIs?- Orlanda Secretarial Accountancy ELECTRIC CN : SEPTIC TA IA and Special price this week. Bumby Mount Dora 3753. a.1 FENCE 2X1 Edgewater Dr. Call PUMPS-.Eleetrie or engia drlvea. 4
day BOOB.Advertisers. 6 W, Church. over City Lot- Only cleaned. Hsrdwsre. 102 W. Church. POSTS-CypressJ 7 fU )i. Installed. Hewett. Route 4. Box
Stlt aprond. I f
to ftotttya Ih. part_ For modern ::: i I In business 2 nar 'DEEP FREEZE-12 cubic foot. I 3 to 4 ilL butt. *19 per 100. 4 to ICE COOLER .12' ft. display. Suit 138-U. 2-0820.
I an requested Ile.u. call the only for ca BENCH SAW A.NDMOTOR-Perlect :'! class condition used one year. Will S in. butt. 125 per 100. Little Tree able for meat poultry fish vegetables ,
I ImmealAtely of oar orronihi I! ice a.tbod 1:1 an.T I condition. Also 1/3 h p, motor. 122 :: sell at substantial reduction. Phon i I Co Phone Winter Park 998FATHERS PLywooD-W.terproof fir plywood
their ad a* too eenttacl-0tar will Travel InformationAIR .t.tl_ Ball. DJOm taken W. Pine 8tBATHROOM. 204 115. I I Bargain account of moving. available In Vt la. thickness this
: i bo responsible lor only oa laeorreet J. B &11I11- I I II i I DAT SDGGLSTION_Ron- William or Teeter, Palm Trailer V week. Pin Culls Boat oDanef
RESERVATIONS and anlines. BU ton. 525V 8 Summerlln. Ph. 9777. 'CCJ:880RIF.S-"B.u. DIAMOND RINO-Center stone I ton lighters Emerson radios IIOCbt Park tion; 2-2465
Insertioa.
; I tket' PJ. AE I Mek" highest quality; chrome til* I Ir I i side stones. Value fioo. Sacrifice I; knives pen and pencil Lets "Y ll- INSULATION I
Sunailand BaUara Wool. Monty
T.nl Bue.. 3 TREES PALMS TRIMMED and bars soap dUne, paper holder and;'' for SSO Ph. 9-7837 A- Pak wardrobe pIAKO-.Uprlght. ZeauttfuJ tone: f
j You Can Place Tour I. Pine. Phone 131.CCAGune paired.. R. A. ...tt $ i removed Bonded. John Newton. r other miscellaneous Office. Herman Loss: back guarantee. Hot weather win excellent tendltloo 8190. 1499Fairbanks.
items. Knox 27 :
.
.Church
Want-Ad by Telephone 9th. Take Iwo or Phone 2-0421, 4FLOOR I 119 Irvin Street please phone 1-1147. Stores Co. 25 E. Pin. Phone 2-316X Ii I' DEEP FREEZER Victor--10 em ft. be her*. Keep your house up to 15 Winter_Part.PA1KT .
I SARDINb Pin opacity. Orlando Appllanca FREEZERS-' Mountain" lee I I I degree cooler.: Smith Lumber CO. Prom
Dial 4161 Tel.phDe 2-561. eialiie Pentraeal TYPEWRITER SERVICE Trained i, BASSINETTE-Fine and blue; satia' 210 N Orange. 453T cream freesen. 2, 3. 4 and l-4Ia.rt'I N Orange Ave. and Railroad. -Outside house paint. '

HY ANA CAA Snl.expense 3 E.toon.Pine : yr Work*. experience. Modern I mechanic Equipment repair Co.eusrsnteed.390 X. Pus.Business Or-. bathlnette lined. Draped.: like new.Wltb with mattress.aU. acces-Also :' DIAMOND RING Lady's .. co.'j' Phone. Knox 23163PRAMX : Stores. Co. 25 E. Pin. I'I'aile. I ICE CHESTS Fit in the Back of ear .83.90 Arnold.. Paint White Star Creosote 407 Dr7on. ,.
spproximately 3/4 carat ,. I for picnic and fishing. 1850
St. Phone 5301. lurant ante 5454UPIIOupTERIISOSUp : *o1e*. Phone 2-0483. QT nge. 2-3766. ,
service. .. I| White gold mounting. (>CJ. Can BUILDINGS. Hendrlck''' Smyth Lumber Cew M. Crane Ay*. f
10. Baby Sitters-ChDd Care I I HAVANA and Nassau by boat .i I FURNITURE i covers, refinishlns. 11697. f' Army Air Field. SeWing. Fla. and Railroad. ,PRESSURE COOKERS Many make
plan Call Orlando Service. I RPA We call without obligation. I ICall I t 2bSI ft- and 29x170 ft. These BUe'1,I 4uart to 22-uart. Bumby Hardware -
Tour homo Trul tiRed ttk* CentraL. I DOORS -Sash mad of white vine. i IRRIGATION SYSTEMS and supplies 102 West Church. r
lily AND CHILD cafe. 118 E. dial Ingram-BrowA. 418 W. I lass Company.
are storm sheeted ,
i I C.lt.J 8. order. TlndaO Furniture Screens lawn chairs cabinets All : wood siding for farms. Iswns. Florida f
er mine. Telephone 2-2869. MICHIGAN-Near Chicago. June lit'' Orange Call 6546.FURNITURE ._ 2-O006 or 22353.UPSOLSTZRYRobert. I il'BATHTUBS. types of wood work Orlando Woodcraft i and all have doubfe hung Pipe rplJ- Co.. 630s W. Church.t PCMPS-Por the farm or home. BUaad
CHILDREN BOARDED day or week. :i to 18th. Transportation for fellable &. Brown. Industries 1500 W. Washing Real building priced to .lndow"1 phone 6118. I V Ilttl*. i sew and used Sec our I
Best care. Large comfortable home :! driver. Mrs. B Toncrar. Box REPAIRED 2911 N. Orange Ave. offers finestIn i iVPHOLBTERING8Up Just received a carload of enameled I ton St. 10 hot sir furnaces. Complete with' Stock Farm Hem Machinery C*_ :
and grounds. 702 E. Michlgaa. 2-0644 Apopka. H anos. N.tllrl wo. fabrics and workmanship. : cast iron tubs. 4ti ft. bare tub. I pipe ant an ducts Price S2SO each. i ICE BOX-Family sIre; in good COB- 1 30 W. Robln pn.
3 P 2.NEW .. : 858.50. complete. 87141 S ;t.. baretub DRINKINO FOUNTAIN Electric 'j This price is less than the pipe alone dillon .>. 1516 Greenwood Are- .
YORK-Want young man to C._. lii2-W : covers tailored I Good nue. PIANO-Ntw blond spinet. 8570Joceph
11. fipeelal Notices help drive: June 5th. Mrs. RobertPord. :c"i 4 to fit your favorite piece. Many I 113.$0. complete liet Special I II condition. Phone 37I. would cost. See ". R. Wadsworth. Bailey 736 Magnolia Ave
104 Courtland Art. Winter PURIUTU tHOUm pattern to choose from. Russ I I I sale price while they last. Trae,'. t DIAMOND RINGS Engagement and I Hatnes City, Fla.. phone 4"1. ICE BOX-SO pound capacity. Used phone 22090.PfAKOSNew. I
I ,,, Ootha. Fla. Phone County I919-J-13 i wedding set. 14-K yellow gold with two months. '30. 1046 AltsJoma SLICE
1 relieve I FOLDING KODAK I
A VACATION NEEDED' ea Park 632-M !' I.tU@UCO..I122W.Chllrcha-Z213. --Pictures 2 .K.V. spinet p1&_ mahogany
la office part or Ph I IPRVIJC IU.S. 1 pic. living or Winter Garden 331. white gold mounting. % carat center 1 Factory overhauled Perfect shape.It. CREAM DIPPERS talnles .
you your VENETIAN BLINDS REPAIRED a* low a* 849K Liberal term
fall time 20 years' office and *dBilai F. LRelbl. drnl,i up. P.I'I Shop Slats replaced with aluminum. !I stone. 11 smair diamonds. Can &J 6. Reynolds; phone M8. .tM. >l. 3 ilTH. '-:,. Knox Stan .1..DII BaIler, 73* Magnolia: 2-2O90 5

tr tlTe experience._ 2-8354. Ave.. JUI. .l. ph 2 nOR.C01rl.d Guaranteed not to PeeL rust or chip. .DAVENPORT with reverse cushion :, FLOOR BANDING machine with ..ax.er Co.._25 E. )Pine. Phone zJi 3-nn- PJ.UUBDJO -SUPPLIES-Se* B* for
"'CThi is to For any kinds of blind. 20c per M. good condition. 2 single iron beds I and steel-wooler plus other I ICE CREAM CABINET 1I01a. Compression your needs. Reasonable price }
brokers that my firm on chant Ring REunBSE SuaaiU East- FLOOR SANDING- t, ft. at factory. Refinishing and rei I i: BABY .WALKER 2107 E. Like new; halfprice. with double) con springs. J-3303 ,__ I equipment. Practically new. Will sell I copper to bint. Good con I DuTO-Therm heaters. cit; of Home
Colonial
Hlghwsy Is withdrawn from the market Phone S301RICHWOOD. laying Modern floor I' pain by factory trained employe Drive ELECTRIC RANGES Apartment cheap. 110 M. Park Ave.: SaAford. I dition. 8160. Set at. Cossia Roteurant. Plambin CO. 127 W Fairbanks Av*.
Eva A. TatgenhorstAVERA'S Pine. methodsmodern dustless. YmnK Venetian Blind Mfg Co. BOAT-12', mad by Pin Castle CO. size and full iltca. For immediate f: Pit i 2305 E. Washington.DTERa3M3YSTzMExcvetoae. I Winter Park next to the. ALP market '<
W. Vs-Via Colombia Free estimates. $059.I j I .Cost 880 -
: BAiBBR-SH grocery. Iud jI now 850 Scott. 460 Henkel delivery Modern Appliance lac42 FURNITUU-Drcucr. d.4 ell'cul.UU I Ph. 266PLATFORM .

market corner Columbia Division. Ilb. Male.. passenger part W.llt: tre-lae tshed finish. Price Floor I .WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS. Circle. Winter Park < N. Orsnso Ave. i heater <11 Park ;Lake Gives you Instant control of every 1 ROCKERS Large sis*.
0. E, ed to blp to. or .1. Ilo.r Service on all makes an work BULLDOZER FOR SALE ELECTRIC: WATER 'I Ave. 2-1898 d.p.rtmellt-ena you to speed ,
1 Shady parking space. Barbers. 8. Telephone Phone $2500. A BEATERS-Also ph u Regular ... sale 939,90. Pib
Avers Son. Open I; closi ?. LeaviM J.I. 2 2IS. guaranteed. Al Wiggins. 2014 X.Ksley real buy. Phone 9847 or inquire at gas. Popular sise*. select your this FENCE-240 ft. picket fence. Also production get more work don*. '. form rockers, medium ilie. regular
toeUi'w "BUttD- lor.ll. IYIIN.Y. j Avj phone 6247. 3 E. MurieL week. Walter J. WIlcox Inc.' Cl E. three gates. For Information' pleas Business Equip. Co. 390 !. 'Orang 82999. sate 81995. You say over

era J. W. Montgomery contractor. about June 4th. WASHING MACHINES REPAIRED BATH ROOM SCALES Kitchen I Bobingon. Founded 1838 telephone 8341. Ave 9454. 304. Other rockers regular 82990sale .

W* have the- have the r and tranatMutatton I FLOOR SAINO. ; All makes. 24 hr.: service and, scales and other types. H. H. Par- WELDERS-200 Amp. |. JEEP MOTORS-1939 WOlTS good '15. SAC discount. Orlando Fur-
plan for a S-lIb :e. Going to I Box 474 up :Reterencea. ba. used POIIII. pick up service. Caldvell and Her nab Hardware. 220 8. Orsnge. Phone r.CI. on P H. PrsrticaUy I PtTRNTTCRl ATJCno"-Tnes. June"' condition. Priced, reasonable.,Coastto niter Co. 619 W. Church ,

k..p the eost of these house flow & 'erl.1 -bonded ri*. 2213 Edsewater Dr. .College Park. I 2.1141. sew Florida Iron Works. 1710 M.. I: 3. 1M7 at 10 a.m. at our ChicagoSt. Coast Welding. 18th St. Corner of POWER LAWN MOWER gasoBn V
j to m minimum. Complete. ). t-I"T.'A"t W. J. How* UeDa. l.ra\ Cs 2-1972 BTDROOM SUITE-Mahogany. Prar- Mills 8t !, Warehouse. Orange Bk> <. Trail. Orlando. Fit. driven Hand saw*. See at 1919
Beechcraitplant l
FHA approved. If interested call BaaFrancisco 1370 WELL DRILLING-W. are equipped r tlcally new. Can b* seen at 409 ELECTRIC SAW-Portable. New I In. ; KITCHEN CABINETS Baflt- by master West Washington St.
convention
to Rotary
8-0123 for information. '! olnr. June 6. Visits at Grand to drill shallow and deep wells. Any Msllov. Street, phone 2-7181. ,I Wapat. Por immediate delivery. Call i Bargain galore in an types of used : entftrman. 132.50 each. Free

ADVICE-Psrchle readings dally. Canyon. Tellowstone. other \ PrE. covers six up to 8 Inch. No water no' par. BOOTHS-10 almost brand new Formica WUlard Keiserv Vostte Theatre' furniture. Consign rr* your furnl-I i estimate oa any special wood item*. PLUMBING II11PFUESI
circle Tues. 6 pm. Tburt 2:30 Cad plbly". 418 W. Central Nothing down. 36 months to par.Belmany : table Ideal for Restaurant i! block in Cotonlaltown. 513$. tare at once for this coming sale. Garden Road Cabinet Shop. OH
route.
Sun. S p.m. 44'i W. Church. Rm. places Hewey ea Hills or Fred Roper Orfl .AND Well Drilling and Pump I I bar or drug store. Bernie Grill ELECTRIC WATER COOLERS-Can 2-2017. I ToDcto. bath tub*, lavatories gfnU.
12. Rev. Cherry. office_phone 708._ Garden.I FLOOR SANDING Supply. Route 3. Winter Garden' Winter Park Phone 14 i iBICTCLE I deliver at once. 10 sal dse. new R. Sodero. Auctioneer. Demlar Auction :KNIFE SHARPENERS "Dasey SharP- shower guns water beaten and
AMANDA BRADFORD-Pwehio reading I mentportsble Prompt .nR' Road Orlando. '.. Ph. 7087. I i S223 4S W. Central2-4142. Sales Co. 133 W. Church; I i It." wall typei faster and easier plHarper'. Plumbing Co.. Res,)

: etrela 2-30 Wed. 561 West CotumbU 17. Hauling and Moving'- I 1935. p.e, WELL WORK Deep d-shallow. -BOM. 1020 27th it. i ELECTRIC PLANT .- deetrkit I 2-0156. SI.98. Knox Store. Co. 29 E. .Pine. 1137 S. Orlando At*. Winter Park.

Avej phone 2-233L SU-.1 e Ir 1..D I{I PrIce. rtsht. Hewett Rout 4, ,_ Be. the_n finaS___ :_.:____al..lnt._._ I Phone 2-3163 Fa. 4M-M.
BOAT TRIPS from Mt. Dora M ALLIED YAM L DCw.un'I'' bde .lon. & | ns-U; Phone 2-0820. BO.1 BOAT-I place aluminum racer. Very 1' soin.iiiociei in stock. CoRDon. MaeMnenr FURNITURE leg droploaf table; 1 1i LAWN MOWZR3-1toadin", "Bio".V I

Spring through the betutlfnl Ok. largest hbol. .o) FLOOR SANDING- WELL DRILLING-We _fast, 117}. Phone 7310: I Co. 138 W. Couth 'i I mahogany bedroom suite 2 mshog.- i> "DiK and MeOulrf and the well PLAY GROUND EQUIPMENT-standard
lawha River. Wise Boat Works Call Fidelity War.boa. ing waxing. Exclusive : smaU diameter deep well 2". Wand : ELECTRIC JtANOES-UaiversaL1 Also any end tables: living room chain I known "ZeU_." Kno Stores Co.. KE aad custom built. Most appro.
phone 3223. Mt. Dora. Fls COA for .estimates on ,ou lone t Flor-Co Sealer which 3", Can Install well and pump BOAT-. Nlagra. 100 II p. dual igniition. '* complete line of water heaters. :: platform rocker occasional chain _. Pine. Phone 5-3161 BrUte sift for growtn children. Oadisplay.
i! distance moving. 56-61 W. ea FHA >lan. CaU or write F. P. canopy over 2 front seat*. 311 E. Princeton: 475. Southern. Metal Fabricating
BARBER SERVICE chain ready Jab satisfaction to \i Johnson Electric CO. 23 I. Church.
fet length LADDJR.8-8tep. extension straight.KItchen
to sere you with fast efficient' at. 2-3184. Lasting French. Longwood. Fla. Phone 6. 30 ft. Best reasonable otter i Ph S186ELECTRIC. FIELD PENCX-Barb wire and hardware Pin Castle. Fla. Ph. 2-0020 ,
stool and chairs foldingchairs
service. All Union shop. We etas at'I .m. TRANSIT c QaUtF. Orlando Fr 1. 1 I WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS-AH I' si ka 1* A. D. StfflweU. Ph. 3732. Apop- LAWN MOWER-Demon cloth. John HdW.. 2208 Zdgo- Mills and Nebraska. POWER UNITS-Continental engines

630. East Side Barber Bhap. 60 E. i I -u dlt.nc.om.. Can Established an. 12. make M.nofflctal serrte strator. 100 ft. heavy power cord water Dr.. phone 2-0919. for agricultural and Industrial In-
LIVING ROOM 1um-2-pe. uhelatehd.
Church. I free sole Ave.. Barton's next Colony Theater i ta&atioa Florid
er VI ltor... fo 18. to priced low. 2628 E Jefferson Bt FURNITURE SPECIALS-Mahogany .. 11.fope. Pip SupplyCO.
9x12 and
'
pad.
C. R. STEVENS. Broker I have I estimates .1 1a morim. atoral.pakl. HOUSES WASHED- Winter Park 93. -mantle clock with chimes. Chinese rug. 610 W. Church St. Ph. 1111.PUll
< I BATHTUBS ELECTRIC BANS Just received dining room mite. 860 101 da
moved my Real Estate and Insurance i .. cr.tl alppil. 16 Job. Bungalow 2 shipment. Sec our stock and com hand carved desk mahogany secretary. 81 block off Fairbanks. for grove and farm irrigation.
business from 64 N. Court St.M Dn&O '88. Wtttni floor our 30. Good Place to Eat Ca iron enameled bathtabs pare. Smith Lumber Co., H, Orangeand English Chippendale mahocany Florida Pipe Supply Co., 630 W.
307 W. Par Ave. Pboqe 2-3554 DEEM DELIVERY Service phono guaranteed. Can 6326. dln I Railroad dining room suite. Cash or terms. LUMBER-Small lot. approximately Church St. Ph. S1U.
4 i recessed and corner pattern Jenkins Furniture Exchange 229 250 ft. of lcd: 6 ft. lumber and
:' HOLDEN HEIGHTS Barber Shop. 21st i!I 7673. lIght moving and hlS.f' CLOVER GRILL Excellent feed. *. Complete with over rim or diverter ELECTRIC RXFRIGEftATOR FrlgieVaire. Boone 8' 23795FURNITURE longer. San at m ether siies. PORCH GUDER-Metal. Like "...
'
and Westmoreland. Formerly Jose "'r load Insured; rasoD.bl._ ne I' I I Reasonable price prevail at this -valve bower fitting No downpaymest. Good condition. 1 cu. ft 473 Ready to haul away. Also new throw ru. SOt Hanrood
j t Barber Shop on E. Church. FULFORD VAN 8TOOAGI CO. 1 HOME GAS 8. J.n".*
I SD.Ve high class rtsuursnt. The best 36 months to par. Ubby Orange Ave.ENCYLCLOPAEDIA Cleaner 234 W. South '
JENNIE GAL-Folk* who say theycan't I I and part loads wanted to ,i Il"I food in town Tb customer say. I Preemsn. StraamUII'l I au&IGXBAroB.-atew.rt-W.rner.
BRITANNICA LAUNDRY BASKETS
$1 solid ;
Practically
..Xm unit new
New York 133 N. Mala sss
1 get nd of meths give m* a City. .me.
8788KNOLLENBERO. Bl cost. !, Try us. 7 8. Court. I It 24 volumes. 38 minion word Phone mahogany dining room suite new Heavy canvas and C' ft. good eondlUen. $100. 1919
Isff. AQ yotf need )
to do II useBeilou. lt. Ihon. iiil 7949 after 10:30: *jn. coster Good condition. $ Norfolk AveREFRIGERATOR.
table wing
Freeman, W. Church.BUCKET'S I rug. new folding poker ;
Johns '
8tore. 2208 Edgewater.Hardware P.s.and Paint I 8 _- Local moving t 71 t SOUTHLAND RESTAURANT-Enjoy II; BOAT-16 ft mahogany Correct ELECTRIC DRILLS Black and 'back chain circular coffee table. In- line Cleaners. 234 W South St. COMPRESSOR

guaranteed 5 years with on Serbs* application is-, ascot storste.for Delcher's crating ,Backing"tons A / I, your favorite food in an atmosphere -I I shape.Craft.Price 4S-H-P 8750.Orey L.motor.Neal In Smith.good i' Decker." V and H.Mn six*. H. H. i specs t JO to S P.M. 431 E. Kale Ave.S ; LAWN MOWERS-New. electric 86S.j I blower coiL 1H h.p. 8190. CaU 9588.RSTRKJERATOR .
506 Dlu I [ of air-conditioned cleanliness Parriab Hardware 220. 8. Orange. New gsollB engine nowen. 8129nd FrtsWaire. ft. all
:- LIVE 1 MoYI. )aF St Da.0. front to HOI I i and charm. Reduced prices. -DoD" iMt Verde._PTa._ _ _ I Phone 2-1841. ,1 up. L L Steel Co.. 43 aBrrsn I .
BAIT AND WORMS Anys8ount LONG DISTANCE MOVING j. i forget oar .ood steaks- Located sect BABY BED-30x50 Inches Oum. I Phone 2-0131 or 96 4.
for A t' Including bea'inx and ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS ;: 30 FREEZERS sizes in latest model i Pb 3951 Xi.simmee.XFAXOIRATORIcs.
brim
fishin doses ,
art Packing crating local j jHi to 715, Bank_ I'
Like j
: UU biting good Hiler Fishin Campon PlnU._ Sic-... r AU work nalt.d.C.n I maple finished. With springs. and 40-gaUon. also gas 30-gaBoa I From S249.3O ap. Prompt delivery UTINO ROOM SUITE.-3-piece-_ Just Coolerstor 79
Lake Jessup. 'W.;-Columbia.I U"wnR Phone; 6154.- | HOUSE ,r WTU.IA.Ma BEI5T"'URAICT-Pree fruit ;ntw. Pb.66117. I.a u beaters. Bumby Hardware 102 Walter .. Wilcox Inc. 61 E. Robiasoa. j' refinIshed Price 879. Be* at ,3603 I Ib, capacity. Vary good condition. .)
i I RAG. Juice with breakfast. Open S sce. BUILDING room. 24x32. '250. On j, church Founded 1936_ 8. Dclaney St.. Sunday.LIvN0 I 850. Phone 6434.
LIVE BAIT-Shiner*, boat, motors. to I p.m_ T days a week. Chicken. new Sanford Highway. Lamar WUson. I! i i i
E. P. 'ELECTRIC FURNrrURE Platlorm rocker
to order. Phone
and I FANS-Several type atKelvinator I
cabins. KUlarney Fishing Laundry Work RUG WilSon; floral design: Sis
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11 tests and chops: Clean And cool. Rt. t. Box 1341l.IUalld.. :
24.95, dresses. $13-50; ironing ROOK
Camp near Gourd Keck Spring OBLak HOUSECLEANDfG j DePt. Bumby Hardware. V SUITE 3-j 890 lUll pad. 641 HUlerm Avenue.
AA food. 126 W. I
Apopka. : BRING TOUR WASH to 807 W spring. Robinson. BED 4 post maple full sise. coil 102 W. Church board S3.99. chest of drswsri.I -&.
.1 Pan spring good mattress complete | tie.99. lamp 13... WhltaUr ParDil t RUG Off white Beaterstoae. 1011.
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PDTY M 18 E. Muriel Washington. Beat work. clean .u ,: 32 Articles for Rent v 845, Phone 2-1735. ELECTRIC ROASTERS-Nesco. automatic ture. 306 W. Church. Prie '36. 1112 Mt Varnoa from
... is hereby withdraws from : I frs and furniture. | control, heat Indicator LUMBER Everything in building lt.4P.M.Rfl'RIOERATORIce..
in* market. Praaees Hlbbard and I 19. Services Offered : by old BULLDOZER hour or Job. Callus BEDROOM SUITE-Brand new. Will i Kelvinator ) Bumby. Bardware. l FLOOR WAX-Self polishing. For asphalt lumber, and wood. Colonial Luay. .
B 8. Pool. I : Housekeeping mad e. tell cheat Phone 4202. Sunday or 102 W. Church tUe. or any type wood er ber. Cheney HUB way. Ph. 2-7142. 100 Ib Con- )
for on. of the cheapest estimate.In t gallop.SOc dttionalre. Like new 2320 1!.
ROOM. BOARD and nursing care for .1, APPLIANCE 8ERVICX-Ranges. fans ba oil 1324. town 9847BULLDOZER Monday morning. I ELECTRIC DRILL y.". Red Star' linoleum surfsce. Special Sherwtn-WUllam tlM LIVING ROOM SUITE-Dlaette.uite; Orange At*.. Telephone 2-8291
... nnl4nvalid 1921 East washers r'dO All appliances.Adapting HOMES CLEANED and SOILEH-AND-8URNER Automatic V power saw; brand new. 14". 1ft ansrt 39c pint. breakfast suite; knee-hoi auk
UlehlsaB Avenue. to electric lids and oat. FOR RENT; ; water pump and controls fuel tank I I h.p. motor. Some carpenter tools.retts. I J434N. Orange Ave Phone tlBO. Plstferm rotten electric range; levrefrigerator BADIOS-Crosley and Fda. Console
specialty. Pick ap service. Caldwtir1' id Ollt. Phong and disc. Hourly or latest niodels. 10 inch diameter type sad tool model Also portable -
1 used. BUckwood Cleaner Washington i I I Lockhart.I FANS corner -fablBet. Heablcr,
SPENCER SUPPORTS -.In41.lduany" and Har 2213 Edc*.ater D College HOUSE REPAIRING ; ; 1534.I and Gsrlsnd. I ELECTRIC I, UP to 38 tuck aWe fanij r 1329 lth 5*. *. Bomb Hardware 102 W.
designed. Mrs. Warren. 1203 E. 2.1972.ADVICZ7OBUR.DBP..And. ; I FLOOR SANDER edger and polisher REFRIGERATOR 7 tuft We tlnghOHJ Emersoa. Bobbins CnairhRETRIOEBATOR..
Prt phn. mates given without i BOATS-Correct Craft runabouts and I .. LAWN AND SVJ'I'U
GARDEN
Washington Phone 235O6or $. 2206 I II ,' new. chest or drawers and etn-, Wilcox i
for rent. Johns Hardware. i iEdtewater i and Myers Walter V. Iac..j : Zx-
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Lamp Winter Park 188. cruiser new and used Also Old ''ar household articles Cheney Hlsh- Lawn mower, hose sprinkler. i
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SPIRITUAL READINGS, Dailr front ;, Drive telephone 2-091&, 61 g Robinson Founded 113$ cadent condltten Bear of Lake I
lens at complete
.vt.Uo. S M. W HOME SERVICE I'I I Town canoes various iencth square :' way St Cannon Mills Rd line of hand tools. H. ..
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all to W.S.Central by Dr.: Alice 'W D. D.,j l"r. .. New FLOOR.. SANDERS po- New AmerIcan stern and 8oonons for outboard ,. ElECTRIC REFRIGERATOR ft-1' FURNITURE Mills-Ward Furni- V Parrlsh Hardware 220.. a Orange Av*. I lola HOWL.
Pbon*_ ACETYLENE electric V and c.treU. new edser. Reasonable rates. I motors. Pine Castle Boat it Construction -I j I ton Co. Inc10* S. Parramore. ,' Phone 2-1141. '
SWEDISH MASSAGE-For .rtbrlUr.// u pumps, wrr bonded DowsweU. Phone V C. R. BurH. 1805 _BBmby. 7851. j I Co.. phone 2-2465. !I I r Norse decker Norse beds stove(or-,twin excellent.complete.Doeble '.I before buying new furniture; 7653. 'I WI040WDS-Ovde. hose rake i 1 I I REFRIGERATOR -. Mew 1' Wtctingi -
neuritis: slenderizing; .aclD I ''1' ; .. I II I'i I house large electric range. ..-
construction FLOOR Two Two BICYCLE Tb FLOOR CLEANER-Never use .terion and sprinklers.
machinery HOUSES by a | SANDERS- : new. WHIZZER MOTORS- I II II > like newt 206 E. Tale Smith Lumber Co.,.,1
bert 1206 W, Tale .".. 2-2916 I aluminum and bras casting. W..S edicts and two polishers for rent |I I I lowest cost transportetion. Ideal I Ii ;I fine floor Use 8nace Cleaner. 'I 11'. Orange Ave. and Railroad Ion electric water heater. 1627 Harmon

Ladle onlyTEACHER : f set Machine Works. 131 w. x.l MeK I: re.ol.tO ..eb at reasonable rates. Smyth Lumber I i, for the mechanic. Na parking prob-\1 ELECTRIC mana. 21 REFRIGERATOR ett ft. Food box.-Hossi SWO. ,, Smyth Lumber Co..1. Orang and LUMBER-AH kind dimension at ', Av*., Winter park. Call SS7-W.

can take 4 children ass 1 appli lJ11.. Does not Co. N. Orsnse and Railroad. :' lems. Come in today for demonstration I Phone Apopka. 3014 i iPANJL'SooEZJ" Railroad. 1 cut prices. Alw slab lilt edging 'I
8-10. in her camp near by. IS yr*. APLC aEVCA ers or h.r FLOOR SANDER and edser also cabinet Whiuer Motor Sties 602 NOranse I S10 m. 1401 W. WashtngteB. i I KOOmo- 210 Ib. thick putt tains-
experience camps. Rt. X Box 470. I .aC. a.nl. ( n40)N reu. stored to I sander and floor polisher. Ave Phone 2-4687. la a good range : OLAOntOK. new Thor .can 2-4024, I lea. Color neeD red. red blend.
Trout LakeVACATION. na.nt 1 Ke cn.n of colors from V Pints to galloa. MOTORSCOOT'ZRi condition. Slate blend also roll TootIng an color
lln. Ph. economicaL Wyckoffs HdW. 2524 Kuhl. 2-2831 BICYCLE'-Olrl'r 28". prewar. Alsoprofessional I .. ,
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2-32L 1946
House .. Spanish 'I Knox Stores Co., 29 E. Pine. Phono model 8150 136 BaldIng and 15 in. felt McCormick Roofing
A1LDiCRALMKR5 SERVICE 1 I I Wuhfc : RENTALS Special I> guitar; both : GAS LDI LANTERNS-Fro* lights .
"1 2-3183. ._ METAL THRESHOLD )- trial CO. 915 S Division St Ph -$
part; tzetor. and power LAWN MOWERS Ia'IDo i monthly and quarterly rate*. Check I I lib new Phone 2-2036 ,i i thermos jugs fishing tackle etc in I
TIMS- r Farm .ld Ho. Machinery. Co...la 4 24 boor : George Stuart. 13 .. Mala SU 'i COUNTER CASE-Ideal for buffet or''! ELECTRIC. WATER HEATERS-Tabta : H. B. Parrlsh Hardware. 220 S. Or- Co. K various Oran patterns.. Smith Lumber I RADIOS-New and -used. Old sets
W. Robinson;, phone U.eb. Welding CO 8158. ;,, other use. 4 large drawer reasonable : top. Immediate $ er7. Johnson'sSewing I i *nr Phone 21541.GALVANIZED and RaUrpd bought. Radio sad electric *ppHane -
Spend yours to the Smokies: high 2211 A. Winter : Jenkins Furniture. Exchange I Ii i Machine Exchange 1100 E. 1 MOVIES for the horn.' Mews Pa- I repaired Buster Henry Repair
ALARM CLOCKS RZPiR-Any RENTAL SERVICE Paint i WARE-Wash 'ubi.I ,
cook magnificent view: near ..olteoune. phone Winter kind of I i P.r 41. .W..... bench-saws I sprinkling pails garbage
Completely furnished clock or electric eqnlp-1 sprayers; ; I 'I j I cans : Bowstead' Camera
1039
house. refrigerator Shopt
ELECTROLUX S M.
4 bedrooms; for June and July. Reasonable. let We fix everytMnc. Barker LOTS CLEARED mowers: flooring equipment I CABIN CRUISER Sleeps 4. Ben half !, ft. moving today cat 21 E. Copeland; ra can*, measuring esns Wilson Leonard ;i Or"". can 2-1515
Box 467 Shop, W. Pi Free estimate arir t. I misc. Young's Tool Rental. 100 Interest or an CMa Cash or' i Hardware 42 W. Central. Fhon-1! .
.t phone Dr. Call 2-M9I. i I i> MOP PAILS-Peavy. with
6Star.I 7696. I 2-14. John I Washington &4:14. terms Phone 2-1803. 1i < '! 2-2J6T galvanIzed
I LAWN MOWING. 1 ELECTRIC RANGE-O. I. Hot Point; GROVE SPRAYER Tractor wringer atUehment. 8940. Knox .
AWNINGS curtains. j -With CARPET SWEEPER dishes rocker I I'I'I i take i! "-
I pr nDj i a-1 condition. 3M W. Concord | Stores Co.. 2S E Pine Phone 2-3163. LU.JCW.
W. P. Kelly. bUi..Ude |I er. 81 for 1000 square 33. Articles for Sale I end table other item*. Mrs. 1. i I ; cr off. bean 39 pump. 900 gallon steel i 1
Registered Surveyor.; eonrll F U for complete garden phone 8728 tank. Perfect condition. Ph. 2-3921. METAU WASTE BASKETS
Phone care Burner. 162 E. South St. -White
13.1.5 Church and Main Arcade. Phone. Co. 432 8. HUlbn.JPPC lond.__.w W. C 7.. 1.ldl.pln. I FAN-Robblns and Myers. 36In. CASE TRACTOR DO purchased i| ELECTRIC RANGES-Illlm.dl.te I. Week days. I and colored. lIe and up. Knox *good have playsbj a.number condMoa of.used. Lack radio carry fa

|, MIRRORS .;.almost new; 20% discount. Also new June 1941. good mechanical livery. Johnson's Sewing .1, GOLF CLUBS-Left hand. 2 woods. II I I Store Co. 25 r Pta*. Phone 2-319X
a 90 day guarantee. Priced tram
! 1!. Lost and Found I I i .den windOw .1.ln.\ 1 rang for 85. See' at 125 James condition good rubber-Use. Cash; ;I Exchange 1100 E. Colonial Dr, I irons steel shaft good bag used i,, MAIL BOXES-.'Approved rani type" 818 M 840

SERVICED Glass Mirrr .: I 1 Case disc fair condition-8100.OO: j 1 I, 4R26 very little. $100 cash. Call 7766 after 12J5. Knox Storea CO28 E. Pia* '
BROOCH LOST i Wu. I MATTRESSES REBUILT : Mahosany chest of 1 Oliver 3 sans grove plow-8100.00. ELECTRIC IRONS--GJt". "Pro.- i 1 Ioelt. I Phone 2-3163 oeI.te Stores 143 K. Oraais'A'*.
North Garland cameo Wednesday.Lost Re-1 oa I i dent repair ake. .k.Pmpt en. nr objective. We I drawer (beautiful. 911 Berths Holly Hill Fruit Products. Inc 101-". General Mills', and TJnlver-' GRINDSTONE.-Power driven type. I I I I Phone 5300.

ward. 64 W. Concord the parts Brttte. KiectricPranclilsed mattress we fIY.t ..: j Davenport. FloridaCOMMERCIAL sal", Knox Stores Co.. 25 E. Pine.Phonr Run, la water without motor. 'I MTNDTOLUOGAGt BIIO.Pnt

CUSHION LOST Fnaeia I Dealer. 3, N. Orange. Co, 1123 w. C. : SIDING and roof shingles.For REFRIGERATORS 2-3163 j'I SI a ftp. 141T 21st 81 ,: edse. exclusively at Bera..'. 27
Round. Couch cushion.- color Phone .42 >IADmON 1' OFFICE MACHINES a lifetime protection. Avail !i 42 cu ft. capacity. 1947 model for ELECTRIC RID"RIGERATOR- ,,GARDEN HOSE 60-foot length f I I I W Church
Central Ave. and Between II service guaranteed. I at Mills and Nebraska. j Immediate delivery. Walter J. Wilcox condition. Pb. $,1', 3)1 Phelps ,I heavy duty green. Special $8.95 I'
Convey
Road. Re- I
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ward. Phone 6026. I George StuarW 1 ft. Mats RADIO Perfect condition; | Ine., 61 X. Robinson. Founded 1936. I I Ave winter Park.ELECTRIC J B J Service corner .Boon and'I,OVENS for all stove. Stock Includes ROOF CO..TING-Gi. your roof anew

i COCKER SPANIEL LOST strayed' OR REPAIRS to year 8188 I cheap Can be seen at 601 East I CHINAWARE Good assortment.I tap=.t e. I Jackson. I en* and two-burner type Bumby lease en Jtf*. S2JO per S sal.
I Black female. Vicinity or of Lan bOI. o office -Check up .0.. Can,1 PAG. job too ,'. St. I Bumby Hardware Company. 102I trol: ,.I GOLF CLUBS- S matched Kroydoa' Hard.ar. 102 W. Church. I co. At OUdden ,

Holdea. Answers to "8iuy.-,Reward. 1 4093. 1.n.t restore MODELS-complete stock I West Church. Jamb Hsrdwsre. 102 W. Church. _Iron. 630 Telephone 2-4856. OIL STOVE-Florence; O. Z. refrig-! ROOF VINTILATOEa Aluminum
j Phone 8286 or 2-0677.; BLOCK LAYING.-9c Small die, home. models- and accessories. BOO : CAMP COTS-Mattresse*! 3-burner ELECTRIC. W APlU IRONS-.PY---.t-I OARAGE DOORS-Wooden, aluml- eratort new custom wad Governor painted with screen. saM
DOG LOSlC-Hound: white aad 4'I I An scaffolding and e.e.lt 11m.4 J'|1 Stanley p. Curtis. 2-3930 boats racing can. Model I camp stores camp chairs life ssvin to" cook.rL 21k..4. 13-eu..rt.-. Fair. .' Bum and steel. Bee our display. Wlathron desk woodworking Southeast Steel Sales Co- 100 W.
q named Spot oa Goldenrod brown Rd.: 11417 W. 21st St. ., PLUMBING SERVICE- .. Haleys. 214 N. Prang 656$. I I| cushions. Wyckoff Hdw.. 2524 t1It4.. 10 W. Ch.reb. i iII Smyth Lumber Co. K Orange Ave.. chines nails copper and bras pip | ABMlio Ave phono 21442.RADIOPHONOGRAPH .

Shot throngh left hip. ph. 9592. H, J BUILDING REPAIRING and painting 1,>' Plumbing Heating : WINDOWS Double Kohl t i and Railroad and fitting B X cable. 19 and 30 ft. I console model
.i Carvo -ar'Dt Telephone C. I Bryan. Day 2-231. Ntsht I hung. Cost less than steel window 'I CASH REGISTERS ...Florida Cash I II Ii I : GARAGE* DOOR OPENER-Automat extension ladder- Reasonable Mr. !'I combination. Firestone. Walnut fin
w.rt
irNg PIN LOST. ..Ahn&5-2-iis. l.mil. S5. PAINTING-Waterproofing need paint. They won't warp i Register. Ohner Agents sales.service. I I II FURNITURE FOR SALE- -pl_ j i You can open and close your i! Almeida. Harding Ave., V, mil all I It 1 ish. 8154.90. Firestone Orange and
I monds. Gift of sic deceased. Re-1 BUILDING; repairing and painting. I! onry surface. i m: reduced 20*. Southeast Steel supplies. 220 8 Maim 6850 I twin walnut bedroom suite new r de without ever touching them. f t Old Apapk Hlghw?. I Concord. ,

f ward. Phone 2-6861 after 6 Prompt servte. and Porches doors; windows Co- 100'W. Amelia.Ave. dowa- CAMP STOVES Just received a coil spring and innerspitn mattress j.*I See our yard display. Birth Lumber !; OFFICE FURNTTUBt Reception BOOPIRG-Dutcle4ap asbesto. roofins. -
pat or i
LMe 10 1 Insured.. Phone 2-1442. large 8249 SO. 3-oiece overstaffed living Co. N. Orange room dirome and genuine leather. -i
write p. a Box 3295_ _ o Superior Bud.n. ph j| Bonded J._ : I shipment. Bumby Hard.. I!I console Ave and Railroad. aiding and shingles. Gutter
room suite. 865Zenith '- -
I I r CLOCKS electric clocks 102 W. Church | Florida Business Equip. Co. 390If Tu. T. JerD1I&aO
and down
WHEEL AND-TIRE LOST between nBauAND PE 8GI'' I I radio bargain. 845; sofa bed 939.66 GARAGE DOOR OPENER You can spent*
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Lake Sue and Winter Park. 230 8, jewelry and f.i. n.r, pAD ESTIMATES kitchen clock; Telechron. H. CANOE-Nearly new "Old TOii*. !',: boy's bicycle. 830. solid oak tale leg open and close your garage door Orange. r I Alexander Place. 7427BOCKERS .
1"ellllaJlnD Winter Park. teed NogradyX 11 Ill"ulc A UDa. Reliable H.rd..n.220 8. Orange : 8125. Call 558$. Ii |, table. 822 50. dy bed. complete. without ever touching them. See our OUTBOARD MOTOR 16 s-P"tiii. Lars si**. Regular ,
I CONCRETE EERVICX ; Floors "'lIde. Batch.5001. At i 2-1841. C"1LERA-3S W/IlIkt new. Tenax ,, 82190tsble top electric rant*. display at our yard. Smyth LamI I In good condition. 6154. those 6460. sate S39JO Platform rocken :
: WATER COOLERS by ,,i 614950 50-pound I ber Co., N. Orange and Railroad. I a..2n.'OIL medium is regular 829.95. sal
Parlors roofs drivewsjv steps- and walks. Carl Zelss F. 2.8 Tessar lens. 8125. capacity Ic* box. I ( *
14 But Tlie best la engineering workmanship PLOWING and discing. WesUnghouse. Cdrdlev. Sunroe. I Hermsa Loss Office. 27 w. church. 817.50. apartment Size gas range .i .GASOLINE ENGINE Clinton H4' COOK STOVES with bunt IB $1, 93. You save over SIR Other
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and material. Free estimates. 1 small tracts. or writ i, your present dead expense ,! 824.50: eta r.... 817,SO: wood cook [ H-P air-cooled all purpose engine oven: indicator control H. H Par- rocker regular 829 90. sal als. SoS
AMMERMAN-20 Flae. Mildred For concrete work of an kinds eaU I I*. Route 3. Ferguson. V a real Investment. Terms U de I CORNET-Conn.. With case. In good stove. 859.SO: ell ranse. 845: 2-bumer I World Pipe Supply CO.. 630 W. ,, rich Hardware. 220 S. Or..... .Phoa discount Orlando Furniture Co. 619
Flynn. Frances Rde. Betty I 780 9530. Buchanan Concrete Walter J. Wllcox. Inc., 61 S.I condition.. Bee at 924 West Colo-I' oil stove. $ ... Sewen Thurmond Church Si.: phone 511$. 2-1841. I W Orarch.
I nlal DriveCRUISER
C.eIZn. o c[ PUBLIC 8ORH I POunded February 1936.** I II Furniture Co. 72 W. Pine St. Phone I
.D DUy : GALVANIZED OUTBOARD ROLLER SKATES .
WASH Super .
CONTRACT' BUILDING of new ;: writing. TUBS-Scrub MOTOR H hp. Never-I ball
Cm..t A b1 eden' wW homes repairs to homes and' Parker Basinets Service; MOULDINGS sod trim- I I tub*, garb*** cans. 10 and 20 cal*. I I used. Priced right. 310 W. South. I bearing, 84 99 Knox storr CO. 29 :
.a Pb.n 11.CAN .11'Q fin- I mInis Also sink rim. Standard I I 6070.FLOOR Sprinkling cans mail boxes. Wyokoffs I Apt SI las Pin. Phone 2-3163
BEATJTT SALON-44* I, tldnl o. P. 11 R.pln PLASTER PATCHING by 20* off. Southeast Steel Sale Hdw. 2524 Kuhl I! OIL RANGE Bos 7. Must sell 1
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W. Church opposite 'D.B P.r'3 Ae Also minor .
"e.tr. rpi. 100 W. Amelia Ave. downstairs. I II RUNNER II
BOID. formerly Rat ':' 1. i| Maintenance 2-1442. -36 ft with 60 horsepower ke rubber. Soc GARAGE DOORS "EZEUP"wood. i I CIa be sees at 359 NestS Oraag* I ROWBOAT.-829. Winter Park. 394-
; sq. ytrd Cut to any length. '
Smyth
1 Jbtl _
her CONCRETE We form. > j complete -with hsrdwsre. Sumby I I Avenue M.
fr.lal..W.I.P.pPOI.t. > Ph 693L .V poor and PR.flD coD et lo':' pLUIGABm I CLOCKS .95 value at I Gray engine. Suitable for charter Lumber Railroad Co., N. Orange Avt* and Hardware Company. 102 West I OCCASIONAL ROCJaR&-1.ana .
$3.50 tax. Knox Stores 25i I Church. I
I driveways plus co. t i Regular 849JO. sale $ ... RADIO Amatere. Transmtttera
receivers -
BatoZ .nd.t 5059 Residence. 1729
CHIT row BEAUTY to see them {. price ellm.t call 20425! .. I i Pine Phone 2-313... I work or family boat. Th' beet offer FLOOR COVTRDiO lalaM sad j I HAIR CUPPERS Professioaal hand : form rockers medium lise ? aIa.'j'I i test equipment part tools .
Ph 61t 1nt Hilda Clrete Co PAINT 9x12 rooms: FANS-AU sixes from 30 to printed Uneoteum rubber-like na-, type hair clipper *3.75. Bumby I I, S2995. sate 81999. Tow save books .. Phoa 6703RUGSCARPET .
.b..t Mo.et. find and I w.U 812 Including I I I 48 in. We and I takes It. Bassett Boat Works EustU ners and broad felt at OUddea Hardware, 102 W. Church. :I 30%, Other rocker. regular $ 'i
Lwnc.. M.n.mde. CR&1 Jobs .terl.1. Newcomer. It. .stM. Bel4. im' of eo-I"kJZ. atI PANS Pans-Fans-..Excellent [F HAND SAWS I i sale 815. 90% discount. Orlando Cut M m your .
aaD 1 Yankee
Meon 8d. pWida. : crew driver' floor Avdoyca 2501 Edgewater Dr.
Itl. Dial 1&. ask .34R6. 'I! : cost. Terms up 0C1IS month I' tioa of small fans from 9" to : r blow toreb back ... : niture Co. 615 w. Church. 2-1215.
ROOF LZAK8. RE.* A Keiser Theater 89 95 up. Orlando Appliance Co. 31* I ftd.: 2S2. Itahl. PUMPS electrte deep. aad shallow
lyf 2-2J23 CotoniaUowa; dial 5136. 'N. Orange Ave. 4537._ .'I W'eko11'a1 I well. Easy payments. nothing down I RADIO. HalUcrafter Sky Ran *r.
HOME FREEZERS .
Model 8-39 Extra
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YOU CAN DEPEND ON the F Your Needs I I ATTIC FANS-AH sates. Complete I P'URNtI'URZ-New and used. Pay1cash available at Bumby H' ..re. Kel-1, and as Well little as 89 Per month. Betmany bands. bandspTd tuning. 860.
selection of and I Drilling Pump Supply'
I small fans Orlando' save 10 to 2) per cent I lBto Department 102 W. Church. Phone le4winter Park.
Sentinel-Star Want Ads lI 8EV i ._ Co. Int. 210 X. Orange COOKING UTENSILS "Wear Ever" on your pnrchsses. B*** Furniture I I Winter Garden Rd. 1 mile- east of f
t. Qet j 1 Phone 4537.I and "Reynoldsaluminum ware Co. 825 W, Chortle St. phone "20. ', HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS. TOOLS i I Orb "tata. Orlando: ph. 7 $7. STERLING SILVER SERVICE 6

sell, ,rent or fid with time up ante and on delivery.an Money I WATER H1ATERSI .. | 'lewis stainless steeL -Lisk- white I, FANS-Table model. Pedestal win- I,I: Drive--Se, lust Bat.off and Fairbanks Sun. 611; phone Orercpia WiaI PLASTERERS PTNISKINO' TTw2s:j t-pe.Praya.Banshees... .'.heavy Winter modern.Park C.
Easily enamel a good election. Knot Stores cement marking
V .or. Brtt I Electric 10: 30 and 40 gallon. dow. and floor fan*. B. H. parrlshHardware. I I tar Park 481-M. groe-rers and
and money-saving Order I II ne 356 I. ., I{ ." Limited quantity bat I Co. 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. 220 8. Orange. Phone. '' Jointer H. H. Parrtsh Hardware 220. SAFETY SWITCHES -, Single or
sPe. 1 ; Installation Convenient CARPET SWEEPER ""Biseli'. I Ii j 20-1841. HEATERS Oil burning Vacuum1 8_ Orsnge, Phone 1-141. I doubl fuse. S3-I5 and 82.90. Wan
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one 4161. WA-A 1 HOOP RWAHUNO.-juw I Wffiard Keiser. Ton i; New Oraud Rapid* band carpet FURNITURE-"Try before bur" cleaners deluxe "Hot-Point" iron-i'PAINT BRUSHES' good electioa; J' and ceiling boxes. swHche aad
you '
t" j stalled. Patching and : .. Block. Colonialtown dial era Immediate delivery ou aU Iteauu plate Wyekotf HdW. 2924 KuhL
DiaI
I Dial 4161rtods. I sweeper. :: Knox Stereo Co. 29 At Moor Pwraitwr C*. 33OOi .. Orlando pure bristle at popular price i
1'the Xoofer.t Phone I .. I E. Pine. 2-3183. 1 i water Drive m Coflem Park. Are. Phone XDDiUiK CO. 210 K. Orange V 1ta a ter <*- li E Pla. *. PhoB j.j.'L'tu't
4537. rr..ftfttln.-.t. .n. .Br.-e. .. _.
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Music Club and. Te their members ret I for good;.whom standing a grams and TUusville with groups 1 is to in.be Melbourne Instituted I Cocoa High Students Get Jackson (class president 1[O-Hara, Jane Headley, Rue Sanford Boy's Melon ,

I Essay prize. Historical Places of Dewey. Lois McCormick
small charge this coming season. These will be J Melba: j _

Year's wi' b part of the regular club programs. Florida: Johnny Schlernltzauer 1[Braeco. Sally Chandler Joanne i CausesBike Accident j

Plans made. are eligible t t group. held on the first Thursdays olI Diplomas at Ceremonies j DAB award. 'McDermott, Irma HarreH. Patricia

Meetings will be" held i private October through Hay.I Essay : Scott Faye collins Betty Jean (Special to T>* Sundoy SefitveJ-Sterl}
I prize. Conservation Char-
study will 'begin j I outside-: Special, to The S&y'Sentww-Sinr1! honor' students of the 194? I : : Williams Elizabeth ANPORD
Activities hoes, 1045.; The artist for the one I class. lies Sellers Jr. ran award of T. 1..1 i: Smith Betty Young Albert *

and will, be followed at noon byacovered i{i concert to be sponsored by the COCOA Thirty-seven senior I! Edward r Jackson was class president -r Cain Jr, through soil conservation !I i, Bryant Edward Jackson- George I Gibbs hU bicycle and a watermelon .

SenTmel-Storl dish luncheon. Hostesses i dub next season has not yet been : high school students .received di- ,t agent. William It. Kelly Bob Cooper. :
S ndoy Pomeroyl. rim Into
difficulties
toThe *
[ISpeckJ for the four morlltdy periods |(I announced. but a tentative date''I plomas at the annual graduation Damon fiutzler. Brevard county,j Highest grade 'in 8th grade \f James Buchanan. Jack Flttman :I which '

'CA'Pl for the cm will be Mrs. 1 HU.Mr. John :' of the fourth Friday in January j i I ceremonies in the elementary Superintendent of Public. Instruction 't I history: Edith Snyder OAR :.James Ergle Richard Furnari I' landed him in the Fernald Laugh- f,.

the R.' Shepard, W. Page .and I i has been reserved through the j I school auditorium here Thursday presented the diplomas. Spe-,,award [',Henry Massey, Lloyd Register. Ernest I ton Hospital late Friday after.r

er MUSiC Club were made at I Mrs. Edith Vo. local Chamber of Commerce clear- j I nlght/climaxing a full week of ac- rial music was'by the' Junior glee American Legion awards to outstanding Lindley Tom Jordan. 3ili : noon. but he was treated and re- f

tint board meet of newly-eelc-1 A show ''of Wedding Ink house for all civic and frater-1 J j r Unties centered around the cap- club of the high school under direction boy and 'girl of 8th Carmichael. Dale Godke Doyle leased with bicycle and water- r

at i tt Gowns of Yesterday and Today nal organizations' activities in-this I, and-gowners Dempsey. Dudley Morton melon hitact .
ted officers night ''V of Bob, Roth. j!grade: Barbara Ann Weathers and l-j

home 'Mrs. John ShprI 'will be' sponsored by the music community3. I I A Greater and ,Better ''World Earlier in the week, Tuesday ;Allen Peele.. [son Nickerson Tom Gavin Emer--II Young Gibbs was riding on ? -

1 rSl. Three ntt club I an adde public eent Te ,was discussed by five of the ftradu- annual Class Night awards included ,' Spelling honors: Charlotte iSorey. Dick Griggs. J. W. South Sanford Are. with _the .

I InnovatiOnS will b tatwagj-,51 show 1 al featu popu- Food especially planned for 1 fating class as.main feature of the those to seniors. These were: f'Tharpe. 8th_ grader county nen. Charles Pooler watermelon In the carrier basket.

t and cub ttesi tar at te te of the wearing of 'folks over 60 is a coming thing i exercises taking the place of the Best all-round student: Edward j champion In recent spelling bee. lington and Lowell Gray I Suddenly the melon shifted and I;

I p each gown Likon and The American Magazine describes traditional threw the bicycle olit of
M. Rica t" { guest speaker. fay Collins. i Jackson Rotary award, Athletic awards were made by controL f;
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i A morrJM study group to met th. r one pioneer as a powder i Mildred OUara. Ernest I II i\ Balf our Award [based on scholarship -i I Coach George McClelland to the : All membersof the ruminant or!He was taken to the hospital where t .

I the third Wednesdays of ows over 100 years old have J I which contains blends Of. whole ;I Lindley. Sally Chandler and Ed- ; loyalty and achievement]: j lira. McClelland to the cud Dr. W. D. Garner took several l
on ". girls chewing family
; FebruarY and already been made. Prizes for.the j i!I milk skim nilk. and dried brew- I I iward' Jackson were speakers. t't'I .I.I Bill Carmichael. I such as} stitches to his forehead.
and Miss
j. mbr. Jauq. loveliest Pauline Baldwin to the camels goats deers. giraffes and} 1]
oldest ,
ers' and rich in minerals Alma
yeast Schnabel
new feature i an IOw W b I Ia : was class vale Outstanding senior girl: Alma :cheer leaders.
i Mar w b i vitamins A. B complex. C. dictorian. Mildred OUsra saluta- I cattle Invariably rise hind parts} Most of the gold used fa the
land I Schnabel. ]
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I Members the
of graduating
Cd l class first other
: four footed animalji
! K. A of musical pro1 jewelry industries
cl. and J. torian. Both were recognized is mined in the
.ex sl as Outstanding senior
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[Cont from Precedlns PxreJ ;: Articles for Sate i,-U. Livestock 83d SnppUta I 145. Apartments Rent u. Rooms for Rent I 151Houses for Sale I st. Houses for Sale f 51. Homes for Sale J itna ; rft1b l-f'tai


NATtTHALLY I 2-bedroom cottOn. ; MAGNOliA ATT. 834-Smile tori CLOSE IN Of ark* SV>-Modern 2- ,
Articles for ssj.sTh j' It If* Lumber bardwars I GOOD JERSEY COW tor Ml*. : i I FURNISHED ( ORLANDO. FLORIDA.
U. *c paint yon want-CaU oa I I .s.ssbovrir Mursery Le3bars, !: '.IIII..r. Gal kitchen. *33. 1171Wtshinstoa twim bedroom Running water 18 1 BEYERLT SHORES SECTION Ont bedroom horn Hardwood floors EAST 8TOI-.Duplex-rcUcHy...

I[Mill and Nebraska.tUTREDEEMED I Florida. Aye Winter Park. ph. room clo!. to baa. i of the few 3-bedroom pre-wai tern,. nice lot. Near school sad weD-planiwd atcclr furnished. ..) |JUKE 1. 1947 PAGE ItI

soPA-I.aWML. FBC 3-pUc. III.maition. -1. .ROBINSON ATS.. 1200 E.._:6Uul Domes ... .. PIne constnwttta stores. $3500 ... King Real Estate. eondittoa. Larte corner tot with room i

i&snectioa teiei5JW 49. Pet Stock and Supplies I[ aad.doable. well ventilated. InneripriB lane livIng room. 2 car tarate. Per 30 E. Chunk. 543$. "Open_...dIF.- for additiexial _. Convenient tocatton. I II I
] .1 FURNISHED APARTMENT WlBteli Robert R. !
feet immaculate famished Special prtce. 1
mattreaoei. Sammer ratea. settinj oauide. concrst.block I 51. Houses for Safe
LIMITS
CITY
LID NXW ArUcw
G MACHINES Ftctory raJ].- ,SpeeU*. II BOSTON BULL-.Scrcwtafl. 2n.. i i Park. .CoRtbinattoa Ewctri kitchen.hvtnt room Duhe anbedroom. ST. JAUES HOTEL-domia and Ross.p i I'I or aafurniahed. Priced rltht. Pe j _."I". extra tort kitchen. Realtor 13 W. WMhlntton Tne'j

built tuarinteetf tik* new par*. 014 male. Retutend. beautiful pet hnens and sirvcrwan. CUISIne fvrnished. Ifnd. ._.? ratea. Sinslo M ,; TCSSIOB .newt Shoes by appointment.Rob't i: electric water beater dIana room. ,LAD FROIT-4sa 1tJIIr

tbiaj ad coaaole. AKWutlns: 6247. 'On tot of paint brush.* no). Assarted $:. 1404 W. Church St. *r phaSSI ., Sammer reataL 81750 weekly. j: with ap: dooblei. Can t2S3. Realtor.. 13 Hy W.with Washtnrtoa.Robert R.6174.Tyre. j 1:1 b.dr.s.s., medIcs bath tub and EAST SIDE ROME-Only 2 mile out. I! ACT of .. Band boaen. Idaal

iAW..1riD- ECt r..six*; rod width 8HJO. 'I *. A. C Goldeax Broker. X121 Ortan- WINTER PARS-.500 Cnaae. Single' shower. Good for O. I. Loan only New 2 bedroom masonry baaxatowwtth Ia,_ tOP larami Xxclcatva: wIth )

top desk: oak ofne taqle. IM neer 'I BOXER.-20-ia.stb ftma!*. Beautiful 1 I do Av*.. Near Mattlaad naderpaMij or double room Prftato balks and :' "300. Johnston Henry Broker. 5 W. lane screened porch and bII L. ': 3-1688.watt Bros- Broken S24 JL Mil* EKTEEJfHoc.

{*rose*, ettto fsa. ladders. acafRe'Sscka I New wardrobe trunks that fermcriy i Winter Park. ahawen. Boa deck overlookIng its CITY LIMITS H acre with M eltm Church St. Central oil heal and automatic water
from Dixie j i
I fawn. AKC
resixtored -
miscellaneous'! item*. = Dial : sold.far S12.50, aowKew $3130. Rsonabl Summer ratea. Winter Park 21. '. -' modera COI.ONIAT.TOWII-3-bedruosa frame hes'er. tarate and workroom. Over i ia I tAXI PBOHT- of o ..""*
2-8346. 513 YtnlBi Drift. :Lee Sired by CoL Dixon. '[ FURNISHED APARTMENT Wlntei I I! frame bwncaaw. Per price and home. Best prewar tonstrucuoa acre of land. Paved road. Under j show placa tooted or a 1851200-

: 24 aaa.J electric niter sad amplifier.A If tlvea rood bom 795 or 2305.XXAZa Garden Road; rear of Jimmy iI :ic .. i1M.nou. A oRcra terms see P. A. AHi'iva Realtor 37 W. :, r.aborately brushed Inlaid oak the market at S7.900. &-. I foot corner tot. beautiful laadsra-
*
SAILBOAT taOatlnc cylinder; complete mi ma mast, real banain at (79.50. I I I SPANIEL PUPPIES-Merd- !,I Drive In. I I alatle room for sortIng -.. orttadeaU. Waahinftoo. floors. Denote .erag,. Citrus deep ,I Realtors. 128 N. Ccani Ave. Pbon '! ed- facialak*. 3-bedroora baniain
earryin
1 [ 1& weekly. Fbone 800*
.. Vied by USA Ana y Air ': wood Kennels. W. laS St. SanipedWelch |' UNFURNISHED 3-_ duplex apart- tot sad ?"rad street Exclusive with :,! 4147. I I also snags* ..1I&ICIIe1ItOfcrHt for
: Gats sow drew wrist watches. A' fer yeltow Mrs.CATSDOOSKittsoi. >I ROOM One black tram Orson COLLEGE PARK STCTION-Nic 2- willoW *-nekl .. Broker. 2J W. '- short time for leA than IJ .OOO
Send check or Seasonal rent. Adult only '
yam. Meaer Order. waodarfal buy at 2250. I!, aces cash Hotel. Lane bedroom wtmI I I bedroom frame buacalow. Nicely Church: 6675.COLLCGK EAST SIDE 3-bedroom housa S5000. Prak Crab Realtor. SIn Metcaif I
wilium Palmer. 1196 wait** Aft.jH and pupvle* I Write to Box 468 8-8tar. I
I private bath: rates rcaaonable. Ceo i furnished and laadsraped. Good re New eemeat btock _sa.. S475O. ,I Bsfld0 ; pb.as 31718.LOCKHABT .
y.rk- _51iOLAR K taut French daubto barrel ham.mr. Call Orlando. Human Society; 1271 ,, TWO PURNISfiKD ROOM apartment ., tleataa preferred Sot 440 -8tar. pair. Pared street. S6I30. S2000 cash PARK-With tXOOO down H. A. Jones Broker 2121 CoawayRd 1
: WATER SYSTEM with ftand. sbottun. Perfect condition. I2S.I i IIr 2-13', .-. Barry Heath. Broker. la you can buy a 3-bedroom buatalaw .choneS144. \ SKTIOri 1tedroeavand
.ol
Until October first. Adults : >I Kf t-lan. tni (7 week. ; well
insulated tank. Cheap. 21 Gallia t; DOG9BOARDED. tripped clipped !I.1 Coloatattowa. 8253. ia this community of fin bom** sMsttnc porch cattaxe.

Art JIbSoII7Q. I' bile'fta movie projector wtth., and botbed. Rubto Small Animal Box 463 -Star. HorN riding and-'BrlvaU beach. I Enjoy the shad sad fruit The owaer EAST OP LANCASTER PARK-New [ fin nl ilsid. (SIS*, son** cash. term
frx. 1401 W. WntUmton.i 'I will the (7400 balance sIts Tile 3 bedrooms C. C Oartett Broker. 2-174T.
I I carry buntatow. tnKttllll. -
tiT ATER"' I 250 Watt lamp. $13. Ho P t al. 1600 N, Oraat: 484*. i FURNISHED APARTMENT rooms Between'
yi HEATERManufactured. COLLEGE PARK AREA
f ,
-- j .1.1I I II rent. Exctuxiv with T K. Haittat larte picture window. Ltnoteua .
I bath sad porch. Bummer Islet I i' ONE PERSON HAS nice room with clubs LAKX GREXWWOOD SXCTldx installed two accessible to
a t DOG Pc5D0-Perfectioa. cauBtry
< ic..sired.
X Central Arcade _. ,
Realtor MS : tile floors. Immediate Sew
D OrI&YCrP.iI8otr tVystemaltec. Oeot diamond! rinc. appraxlmat 45Points. translated food __. ', Vacant Sunday. Mra. A. E. EarneSt 1 borne prUUecea. Couple or aeatloaian. -: bus service hay lake prtnietes walk- A i-h rtroani. ..:11. stucco i!Btatow. -
1108 S. Bnmby. Ph. 8749. |j val shape. (100. 1 charcoal biscuit puppy and meatmeetreread. I L Fern Park.FURNISHED. !| Yearly buia. Box 411 B-etar. toe distance to Pnncetoa school. j I 4237. I thlr for a toad sow Posse buy. S7S50 : Living room with fireplace -IJ
I : 20 S. 5451 .
I terms. Sam Johnson Co. *
i CTTY LIMITS- Neat, little jattrae- Front screened porch. Asb:", stn-
PCR.NISHID'
BE Utht $_ i- : One pound to a cartoad.Browai ', ROOM with kitchen Ideal spot to raise a family la this f -
SOFA wood double bed Both Bo&yi liSts SpodaL Gent wrist watches. ,, *'* Kennel Shop. Marks and APTS.-.12* Palaett ; prtTUefpa. laauire Sat. and .1' bU roomy lIaft..Ie.ct 3 bedrooms. I' tire home. Pumtehed. Owner 55his ,,- ETAN3 AVL-J.-Oft :Orante. clad roof: tarate. A rea: b"T let
asod :
PhaB 2-84Sl. Ida 7 IonS K 11 *w* mv,mnu, I I'Lau" I Mataolia. day. (31 Orenpia Dr.. Jut off 3 batha and 2 porches. Oaly S14.000 .... Price 3M. Courtney Pram construction. 2 bedrooms; SSSQO Total prtc*. Lorraine Hofnvaa

than year. .1 $3. DALMATIAN APARTMENTS banka phone Winter Park 4II-H. .rprd! Well you oaiht to b* Re.lt7._323_N._Oraau: dial- 2-1471. Uvmc room kitchen: dinette and with a P. _. Realtor C&m"
fin, BOAT-II fU. exceUeat eon. PUPPIES Par.ItrM."en sUTCHENXTTE Now -prtwto for it includes a 3-car taraie and 3 CHEROKEE PLIIX-2-etory i. residence bath. Lars screened front and bark iIck: 572 N 0r'aJIp'4ML
'ROOM ,
reasonable. Tclcpbon 2-3517 vailabto at reduced Summer rate BOARD AND -With ,
dUJon; 1350. 149ft Fairbanks Av*. platinum diamond rint. H ,, U&9i. Pair 2-3704 41* Maf- lot*. Harlow 0 Fredrick. 11* W.Orante. .. coraer ptoc 3 bedrooma. IS porches. Ntreiy landscaped 14. Far LAKE FRONT 2 bedroom new. fur- :
KUlaracy Corner Tourist Court. Phone or
Winter Part; ph. 469. : j catat center with 10 aid diamonds. .r bath. Dial SIS*. bath 2-car with maid aka sale SMOO. Terms. Lorraine I I
_________ __ ,, taratp .aarters. cished: all etontric kitchen Let "
banks and Orlaado .. Winter Park. .
TAN1I.a en_ 4.._ '1S5. DOG FOOD. Kibble sad Z- eU doc aoiia A nil. ; "It's crest M live la Orlando." i: Priced at I1S.OOO for utck sale.Wtth Hoffman with H. P. Boiaad. Reattor. I 50x308. S6-380. Klttinwr Realty. 42

,r. Vied SOS. HH.. Htwetw.Rout I III I revedia sad .. Orl&.a :: -BEDROOM nicely! furnished immediate possession. C. P. Canteen !. 673 '. Orange; W. Concord; 3-0074 or 22ISJLOfGWOODWd

t Box 13S-U. 2-0120. 1 Gent sold filled expansion **tchbaads. I-cel store.. Dial 3-3524._ __ I I apartment. Fox latormauoa teic- 471. Rental Aaene'I I I I nbamway. Realtor: 140 N. Or a ate: 2-4 SSI.
RetuUr prtc (( 5. nowBlock' I phone :-& CHEROKEE PARK-Best boy of the nib 2-bwdron.
8 3-323.
GERMAN SHEPHERD male .
POP. EAST 2 MILLO.-Leeao. attncctnt
: I new
j1P-iiDDKR344..i la IVfooti: 1'-PIOIIII lumiahed baajabil Z-tw
I
70. : Pnrniahed week. 3 bedroom; hardwood floors. garap--
COLONIALTOWB
months old. (30. Box 662. Md- I i TWO ADJOINING fnmuhed 2 bedrooms Bk tot*. MewS
Bomhy Hardware Company loa n.n- brick. Sealer Hitb Srctloo. S-room Cypress aidine, lift roof: high lot.Oarate. COLONIALTOWN 3-be4ro home.Extra : Lars Jnv rint on bn Ha Pnr*
Chard boara. Ftond ments. Utilities turniabed. Phen tot. Price (7200. Call on-r ri.ht 1*. ( .' term Howard. S800O. Satsaalt Prancaro. Reartan ,
West Loan Company, 1* West apartnect. Forest City Rd 8-coom S cash. Lerea Dunn.Broker .
LLXWLYN SETTER Pour yean old.A : 2-2904. 2-1S2& Broker. 30* N. Mam: 7325. Room 4. Central Arcade 4OT. ,6
SHALLOW WELL PUMP a-lda' Church Street. buntalow. Ail faroubed. ChnaaaaReal 6 N. Brawa: 2-12111. I ,
Balanced now .." 8(2 AS. .Wye, : real bird dot. S180. Pleas telc- ,i Eat... 2-4 IM- COLONIALTOWN well-appoint. ZASI SmE-Ven tleslrabl. loestlon.Utfurnishot .
toff, Hdw.. 2524 Kubi. phone R. M- Courts 2-090. 48. Houses for Kent I LANDLORDS wS aaPBly Soc ; COW A T' SECTION acre with I- ed 2-bedroom home fireplace tile I- .&Mw. I
PUPPIES Purebred dewormed !-', room buntaJow. 2 bedrooms electricity fuaBred. "Speakt -t-balMl. ii.lIYt c-rMm.
vaecaated of chores bath. M500 easily LAD n..o HCTIOIJ-
STAMP COLLECTION -Scvcnl lOG f: AMELIA AVE.. IllS E.-c.lea1alte. 'eslrabIII.nu free hot water. Caa be used soepartarats diniat room. kitchen 2 bedroom all
laity
Initials shepherds Eskimo Cplevel
rhodcc 33-1. Graduation Gifts I II : and cbUgau.aJust phone ua poor apaarlWbta"F I
$ American
OBI aad XasiMhsisaDs.324 r
r northeast; burnished duplex. Separate oa pavine. SS500 terms. tfl. bath hardwood floors attached
after I p.. sptua. Pit bulls. Toy fox terriers, vacancy. Veteraaa* Real Estate Aca- Sam JofacsoB Co. 308 8. Mala. Co Realtors 706 Metcalf Bid*. 2- 1949 constructed. 3 bedroom 7H
eatraacea. adult No IK".ac- cerIsePilcsd for immediate sIlo
I BARRING mates ( .. females 1000. Scotch at .. Court St. Ph. 2-4481. i 33.. bath tram btnrotow. Lane lim.sroom.
STUDIO COUCH practically BOW SPECIAL real banara failles males (25.00. fema.cs SIS 00. troiux. 850 Summer. Winter. I IADUIS ; '7 CLOSE IN Lovely 7-reom framobnnsalow fvniUhed. I at '"75. with term Paraiabianmiy flieptoM. tfastn.room kitchen.IbfeakfaM ? f

1 matchinc platform rocker. 101 .,.Hermaa'a ctoa sot Loan at Office.50c. Varoet 21 W.to Church.n 30. Ship C.OD. approved. Billy Craia. AVE. 1009 Flv* ii furnished WE WILL S3 HELP aertice"yea e&arse.fInd Teteraoa a rental about year old. Life. CLOSE bedroom IN HO home MX with Wefl elI Imwrovosneat 3I- aba be boucht. Phone 2-4447 or nook. S-car torso LnrttI ,
DOt at. for a 5537
Owints. S. C. buntatow. 815 mtnta. time roof oak noon. jiar lytum. I tot Priced aVtr SUOOe. incrodinxetoctric
a
__ _____ I Real Eitate Aieney. 29 S. Court. Reduced SI000 for Old Iair.Mrlelvey. .
SIMMONSMATTRESSES, : spriatibedaofa ELECTRIC CLOCKS Tetoehron JUSBns dos. S bocks. 15 fry Will lea .. Adult Fhoae 2-1975. I enameled laundry tab. doubts aiak. 64 E. CentraL Real Estate. FAIRYtEW SHORES trowtnt ***- > kttehtav Xwndix. central hentint. -

and an furniture; priced alarm model, an colors sad I .59. some hutches. Make offer J. I CONCORD AVI.. 802 Kroom tarnished .... bliBd partly furaUhed. eon near lake boa and Mores BV attic fan. Term can La Craw-
risht. SUuthter' 4* W. Central.STNK ; tsitns. .Johnsoa Electric Co. 23 K. B. CeUey. 3601 8. rem Creek. : heua On block from bus I 41. Hotel Rooms Laro landscaped lot. Sprlakler ayatem. CHERQKEX PAUary.. sewedblock new 2-bedroom latest borne. Large iford i with Boot Prrde. Bcaltox,
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1 Church.'GRADUATION. : $' and bath Ira,. cottage construction. poSit .at.rh..ter. arace and brcearway, city water oo It. Otann: 2-4fwS.
PACCXTS bath room a**.u TROPICAL F1E.-AsS'hiL S3 pr. Ua.. Teiephone 2-433. f Cummer rate tIle roof tile floors bath sad ;
HOTEL .
i LAKE KOLA ta rear. Both have automatic gsa and lithts one block ta bus. SS6nwOwaer Bay with on4MB deal wIth P5p15
sortes. traps. .tc: H. H. Perrisa GIFTS-Girl* -Benma" : Zebra Daatoa sad Platy, .10 pr.Atuarraau. COCOA BEACH 3-bedroom hus aaw prevail. ConmleU hotel ternee.D tel heater S10.MO. term*. Weir 8ytem. *- half 3-bedrooms. completely! farawhed. want offer. Other prevcrtto _

Hardwire 220 8. Orafit ?Phea '. -:WUtBur" "Qruen* Ynsiw.5cbes : 2-taL. (.n: 3-c.' I fr rent completely furnished; all-i I' aiai room liMa all meals 2-101. 628 E. Pine: 4641. Ia fact this Is OB. nf Csero- aratiabto up ta laSs front furnished !

2-1 14 t. : matched luftaie. Herman's 83.50; S-saL. (5: 10-taL. (( 50. planted -I electric kitchen: occupancy with homes. Out of taw home at Slt-000 C. U. Tar_.

TOOLS-StetsonwreneSecrescent Iia Offseo. n W.Long&nq charchu Harrv Coster. 13* Rldfewaod i ..k.. notice. 17. per ...UL N*. 22 48.1. Heath Rentals I CLO6T E -Dunlex rompletely sod :;ur.:1fU for S16.0OO with half Broker. 2516 N. Oracle. 5644. I

wrenches moot chisels hand **.; GRADUATION GIFTS BQoa-Ekla". Drive; off Lawrtac Av.. WlatcrPark. Cocoa Beech; .r write LI.J *.> w. L : nicely. furnished. Good Bthbornood. cash. Prank Crebs. leslIe 507 Met- riD -Furnished LAKE EOLA siciao>-Most aUr&e'--
Price ia-ISO. James J. Hackett.Realtor. 0. AVE 6-room '
--.t aluminum levels( .. H. H. FarrUa ", "BcnruHamnton" ._ Barnes Sea 2. NJk S. Baaaaa River APARTMENTS Beach. 2 and 3 1317 Slisht Blvd "OppositeACLRR t. Ballaun: phono %z-fil. lake view home. Kectrtc tiv. S bedTamn haicntow: lining-1
c room. BlBla*. mom; kitchen xrreeaed -
Hardware 230 S. ... PhOB watches: tie sets mltttsry hair brushes TROPICAL PI3H-10-X acauarium.S7 Fla. bedroom by week month or eaoa. *-. '' Depot." dial 7MS.CHCROEEB O.i'wiY-RD.-3-b- pals 40 fruit tree*, tarat apt. 5 acre ., lit r film* borcau; attacbad eeriest

3-1(41. : bIUl.Ida: hued.. Herman's Loaar SO. Other sixes reduced accord- LOLA SZCTION. Clot* in. 10 bed Reaenatwn takea llllled1.... aishad. frame burvalew. vacant. Owner 23515.OREEZ2T 'I''nice hton dry tot. BMC skill tne-
.Office. 21 W. Church. IlId Aleita Min... 1125 pair. rooms. Suitable for nurslnt home Blvd.. Cartons Beach I I'PIa have Lbs key. Piles S.tOO. ,
: Scabreexe We 'lliUlI,
TRIC'fCLlB-8t-.rQ: rubUr ttot*. { I 510 Titilrif An for ulliOOOO Tki I*
3 bedrooms
PARK-2 rtertes. ST 530-New. vacant.
.,. '
BriL 132 Nebraska A
Kmx SUna c. SS K. PUM. L Co'' or tea room and tust .. S8trHIGHWAY I' liberal terms. Prank Crek R-%ltor, !>
114.90. oak floors. 2-car laroco.Cemfertabl frame banralow. lane Irrin room naBy .. Me on* Dad must b* seem
'.- Fhert 23111.TAEZS4 }131. Articles Wan ted I It WIRX HAIR TERRIERS 1 *01 46.5. j I COCOA BEACH RENTALS Hotel I_.. Owner leans M7 Metcalf Buthflnt. Phone 3-l7IO;_ 1 dining room located so It can be used ;it* b* smracsatod. Ask far Xelma :1'

tabln --"II, nan. On mal. one femal. Outstaadiat 441. 7 mile* cut. acres* rooMs for 2 at US per week. Earopeaa I t.. For otiick sals. Ill.000. term CONCORD. W. 400 BLOCK-Unfarnlshed. |, as extra bedroom modem ktlcfean ; Ifcaaoa with snartto WffUsjas stoattor. -

.. 1nn.1IillD. cleancra. 234 W.. Saath8t f ADDING MACHINE WANTED puppies beautifully marked. i iStreet. from Keystone Ccurt. 5 room furnlshed -i I p1*.. 2-bedroom furnished W. B. Nicholsoa Realtor. 14 8. alala ,, 1-bedrooea and sleeping electric refrtacr.01I. taa .... haS a W. WuhIsotoa St. Pnsm

,, Small nsed. Teiephono $370.1'AIEFuridtere Tare* mnth old. 2312 Oberlut I house with utilities. ;; cottaiei. 1 bock Irom beach at $$ 2-161. porch. Itvtn room dinint room tile bata and abower. -OClJ8a. 516$.

f TTPIw3rrIft-Rtminsu ,n" of all kinds: sewlnc __ LAKE rVANKOK SECTION-.Furbished ;'I' week or SIM mo. Call or write Paul I Iar..a hitches and bath. Offered for *C COO breexeway to oa,- ar tarase- Wo

( hape. *M- Ptxm 7319.a t mse&IBes. annhlns you have t* sell. HOME WANTED-.Good horn for my i, : adilts only. Owner' Home. ( _Ledll. CITY LIMITS Furnished 2-bedroom to close aa estate Praak .. R..I-> have the key. Priced at (11.300 with I :

,:- ;; SeweD-Ttrumioad Pumltur Co, 12' Irish setters Wnte Mrs. E. L. I months only tall 1354. ., DAYTON A U.fUI'I frame ..al.". Lane lot. aiceaeisbborbood. tor. 507 Metcalf Building; Ebon Uberal armi: win consider ntTtr.Prtak LAD FBOirr-tatnt ... te,
TYPEWRITER AND RADIO cheaa. l's. Cheney. P. O. Box 52 Winter Park. 37i IsOct. I :: 2-1710. Realtor. 507 MrtcsOfBaildiB !
Pin $ Dial 4070.J LAKE HOLDEN. 1042 37th house for S adult Seaaom Caa bo -r mtned risspstor. raacnvotyto bosvttow -

-: 75 Mclatsra. Winter Park. Phon. J I AUCTION GOODS WANTED SUB bcdroom. home and 1"-2-1'I iMUire 510. 9U1 ATt. S. WIld S127S rash total price $;7SO..ri i I CLOSE -.4-bedroom bant'low. IV j *. phone -' { S u hodrnoan maho-

740-R. ._ 41. Poultry and Supplies I I OMve. sear oceatt. < Bfotimo roof hardwood I ttlRRISOS any P*>rnnt, ftoortnf.
:, Cm* t*> tend your valuables to tb. funmhed. 1 ;eers teas*. Reel but 30 & Ctarth. 43S.Ope bath ST.-A charming Dutch
TRAILER Lan. ttut. trader, auction for Thursdays sal. Caa OCEAN PRONT-houo. S. AtlanticAve. i ii :: Sunday." t floors larte commercial tot 4 block eoloaial horn*. eamlartaoir IBTDtshed 1 Carrots da** oatnv 1 tiles bath
:. suitable for hau&nt. Frtc $50. 2-O15er Jre appraisal. DeaunsABCtloa BABY -Turedo Peed Store. I NEAR CLEBMONT on ton estate I I .. S2SO per month. Also house from Oraate Ave S10.600. Stnpaa I sad located *a on* of Orlando" I I leant ethos MUM far but seldom
Call ,, .. U. S. approved Pullortum tested. I furnished tuest hew** for rest I Mill ; fund kynent.
Sale* Co.. 733 W. Church at. or 7s*. One has Uviat room and i i 1 block Irom ocean. Slli per month. I with M. J Moss. Broker 133 5 moat beautiful street 3 bedmomvSBB I .rrh. c
906 W. Church. Phone 2--821 or < H. .,
Caat -' K. Johasoa with Dudley It Phone 6977 2-car .
spocially IS bath
"- TARPAULINS os. a* cull used bedroom bath sad TbeUa CITY uurra room. c. ,
for on*
treated. SiMs 7V, x 10: 9 X CAMERA camera-Will Helm's pay Camera Shop.i 733*._ elicItS kitchen screen porch.very BIT(75 Henderson. Reiutered Broker. Ph.County. I I OONrolW---wi-New-fra-ie. 'ji i 7et. loa P ISO ft Then is awttt** [I crt 8 Tyre. JUnttor 13 W. WatnrLAKX -

-- 1212zi4i3zi1LP.OoodrirL: i I 'K5 Edt wter Dr.. ph. 2-1743. BABY CHZCKS- u. 8- Pultonun tested per mo. Th oUl r. 3 roosu and both ', 6105! Danona Beach I Well constrected frame banialow. 2bedrooms. bedroom tile bstb and **io .r. vacant t*> compare with this fr SirOflO. ,, in-tin, 174..

:-: Garland.Dd RoW_ A... : je..e1n-- stock immediate or future d*. completely faralned. S65 per mo. Both ', COOL GULP Summer breesea at the t Ilaued sleeping :. ,r we bays the key. '].SOII rash Terms vailble. Allen ioknioa. R .- I J
.: wllHt.U kaadyaeon DIAMONDS wahcs Uvory. Peoda and poultry *Supplie 2-car with month. Price SS 800.Praak tor. 140 N. Onate W13.ln -Spedala. DATBT n&PSldil--3 I.SI ,
have 00
TRAILER- purpose M. M. access t* boata. lake and los- BCW. colorful Cousins ApartMents fire Place porches. .n. and (75 per
: 7srd cbum. k aood ur ai sold Hithest cash pnc* Orlando! X tn Homes farwlihis Uvtn :- i J

,; $73. 4 K. Browa12 t.TTFrWBITERS i I Sec at._Jeweler. 33 w. Church._ CHICKS-Quaiity assorted tested. tel -y- ph. 2.QRWIUA1A11OR. I I &a Modern apt*. for 2. Sammer' f.decllI.too or anfuraUbedS750O BulMPhone 2-1710. j jCOLLXOB kitchen end bath. Bamnv fr owner. j

/. Cnderveod P rtaalee. -', ELECTRIQ REFRIGERATOR and .I Rocks. Red Wyandott. EncliabLethorns. 1355 Peibam Rd rates: day 5$. week S4*. month SloO.tacludiac >ARK-531 W. Harvard. Ph. 24W14LAKX .

.Ii ... Cfi mpi.n model. WUk i I electric sowing machine needed. Boz Our selection breed sad Modem 3 bedroom hous completely -I dally maid senwe. all I I, best location Trans beat ban a.la.Owaer. HAJUUSON ST.. 3526Opea I LAW9OWA S CTJOJS -Bore ft awe

tabulator% key. Immediate dettveryStlO 43 !:stsr.lvuNrtUR._ sx. (595-100. C.OJX 3ldOIss.lirirna. sod nicely tarnished lane yard :. .tiliue*. PrIvate beach. WriSt or Hn Bra*, Aseocy, Realtors. 112 H.Oraai -yean .. P11*. fan W.I war 3 Man furniaar I remsx.bam
Ga. phone Roaer V. Pktry lit 8. Palm Ale. TeL 9189. ... fay lBsoecn. RecontlybuITt in beaaUfal setuaw. Floor -'
> plus Federal tu. Check wttkGeorta r' I screened perch first due acisbbor-I I bath electric kitchen oil h-ater your jark
1 Staart. U 1. Mimi PIGS W ANTED-If it's furL HENS- 19. 1 with biddM 2 ducks.yr. i hood. seed trattupoetatton.OCOEE. I I Las Saraseta. r.onc. Phono 2263. I I dIning room breakfast nook. Furnished -f '-W.r.tO*: aace, snja roses sod dun. noxte-cochovw
t and lBs mot. S1TJOO C. KDam. I Ij
usa. old *,.'. Sell a* tot. Reasonable. -. : or unfurnlrtied. lAndscaped sarat
".: tnEW1UTO.- JUmiactm-Ranfe' Bltur wtH buy 1C Mather nf Or- IOta 37th St. east side Stark. 49. Business Rentals CHEROKEE PARK-Par above the TSilIS. Sacrifice, tnneat- .1 Fcrnhthed. Please inspect wtthia the ( Reattor. 144 ZJflexaw>
S .. LakUaI'fana
f room next few d." and swbmM aH *f- 2-1649.. JI
furnish-
is this beautifully
;7"ten prr ar model 17. 14- t*rnare. PULLETS Ktc New Hampshire bath. anrate CLOSE IN Tourist home. 500 8"
Pcrmaaeat rosideate -
.156.; 5* X. Chorea St. PuSs .& I' SPACE abady. Summer ferse Geo P. Bas Realty c. 19
EsreUnit condiu Jill tier.S1J .';. Rods; SU3S each. (12 RatoitaStreet. I Wash burn. TRAILER ed sehdly eonitructed 3-bedroom Main. Brick eonitrurtion. ComplfteIr LAKE TVANKOK Xcv 1-bsdHlOBlbantatow. I ;
I X. Central Av Pa. 3-31U.
ChrUMr PUce.TIRI3 ratea. PairvtUa Touriat Court. 11_.. Owaer leavint city. Par * _ _
PINE CASTLE. Two block South *f I Ii Huaway 441. sal* S17JOO. Will 11.._. Otto Ras-
PTrRNITURX WANTED Good sad I ttfnl hardwood A****. Boor faraneo.dnakf
Owner. jCA3SELBERRY j
terms.
&N TCBC33'tued 00xll7liot .t I bed Alt ..a IU. Cochran Put TURKEY*-Toiint tender; weithu I i Methodist Church on Second 6P>ICE ROOMS la the Jeff ursa muses with Cavtnacsb Realtors I .Cash. or. f I eta***.*. 2-cnr laiwaa. lAzes tr J t tI tj
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recap ti neL Ii34 18 t* 20 DM. Poult and & Beautlfany
2-2361. eett. 3-bedroom ftimlsJied' houa*. 3 'Bt.-I' 430*. 3OWN1ALTOWN.Eois HOLDEN HEIGHTS Sew 2-bedroom T-rrlrttlat
rtitnrv. call .
i 2-0931 or i Coon Office Bids. Apply at JtI belts room
It. D. Wilder Jr. Turkey Farms; flU.i from churches school stores: 1 I ed house. Concrete block convirte.Os. t hrusa. Uvtnt ktbehen !'' 1afir1
sad
rvR.Nrl'UaZ-Vsod Movea its bazar.Sewtas son court Hot! ___ with 3 bedrooma ... lake 'feflOHlbbtrf room ; tsp, tondscaped lot.
typgwgITZa-.L&t.- Ren.iezceUrn& TURKEYS lb. BatcUn from bosllm. Mrs. Johnl CreeL 3 brdrro-v Ne both. market.
-SOe *a.20c. aleepta porch. Neat aa Just put on the Priced I Davis. Realtor 104 Z. Jeiferaoa.
< machine CaD before SPACE One-room. 2nd. Winter I
coD41uoa. i6 you Poun SOe. Fslrvllla i I OPTICS Ce erry. P w I neStS for uick tal. By 98928tB
Oj-sQst Poultry owner. 2-14
1 ;_.. -Wepay non" price aewtliThamwad SUBURBAN-Sma furnished 11_. : floor. Central loeatloa. Available Pin. Gsrate. sod built la wash house; Park. 73. Broker tavlted.DUBSDREAD I .
,, Parm; dial 5927. ; 85.HILLCREST
Will accept small baby available with new washIng machine sad I
Pumltur Cft. 72 W. Pin < I Juae lit Root. R. Tyre. Realtor. U LAKX mom-Baclnstv* iwsMsulmJ
[TKIWUl'ltB,-Late model*Vsderveod. ..St.' Dial 4070. _, SCX CS ABOUT Started Chick*-Any I until Oct. 18. 3-123. atftf II am.WOODWARD I W. Washington tilt.OfTICE SlingS Magic Chef stove refritirator I I I A YL 80* 6-fwom i I ArUatac Pnwble faajton mat-

12" carrlaie; nrajilet<., '. ass ap t* 3 weeks. Lake O Th AVK 1X--.Purniahed radio and complete furnishings rrsm .1111''. Can b* sails blIss concrete .tow of 4 .
IlL Ph. 2-0318 44* Bakn M. ;,'tORANGES AND GRAPEPRUIT Wood Chick Co.. S mile north of S room and alerptnt porch. A3 I I SPACC and telephone MrvIce. .' throughout Yoa cam move ia Wednes -NotlOB* la Orlando t converted Imo duphz with separate 1 room sad 2 Bs.cSssa v3e.
amonnu Hitbest cash piles paid. ; Msttlind on Rout 17-92. t electric kitchen fruit tree I IWIYTER' i CeauaOy located. Parker duo Offered at only S190O dowa and like this -roem new buniatow.Lot entrance S730O. ExcTusiv* with C. ran pt-aIM sad tone tnaa sank tansmnads -;
BtTRMXRS Qardea I
TRASH cam; Pratt 72$?. | Service. 32 E. Foist 3-1217. bus at door. If yon ,
Co. BusIness 1W.
.1 f Kin l balance lea than rent. Please let a* 100 a J P. Shumway. Rtaltor Ito N. Orant; tipSy beautiful. Good laSts
lam and kaf rake WilMa Letnaa' aND POSTCARD today for free circular I (2000 ,
PARK help buyln '
Wen furnished can't
this
.OLDOoLD-Ws py hithon price sad low STORE BCILDINO 20x80. new. can know how you caa fa wren* oa this see ins 2-3212. shore with tine dock A ran OWPOT. I
Hardvwc. O-W. Central ftmaeTIACTOH new summer prices
Realty.
24117. for diamonda. old tald. watch* : >n famous Blue Ribbon chicks. Blue I hens Excellent location Ian I Owner days. 3185. eventn 2-0183. 1 11 you ar* collecting rent receipts I cash wIll band' Roper HYER ST. M.-c..I.te:1' furnished I tunity at (32.500 or 35,900 furnished. :.
'- porches until ISin.. i Church Main 3-3433.
: an* .
', broken ftwelrr. teeth aUvuwan i i'Bertmaa'a ucla moBth? This 1* aa exclusive Uit- See H. K Wheeler with Harold Step
Ribbon Hatchery, Dept. 1$. 215 Frivth (75 month. Winter Park 330M.3ROOM PEOPE3SIONAL9 Buslaeaa. Ideal story sod kali frame not new but :
1 PKd run.La. 13* M. Or..... j 8t. 8. W.. Atlanta. 0. reatak 0 rooms extra park lot. Inc with Wm. Mathews with i. Daniel buQt when seasoned lumber was wd Realty Co. 28 X. Watamrtop BX
odel caautlett vita kea
mevnt _tuDe. tonuni *> flU OFFICE MACHINES and furnitan. i SPECIAL PRICES sad why. Yenesae-I 1IOCS&Csfsrolshod. Out- Edecwater. Risbt price to rIght party. Kolar. Broker. Phn nIL Braksritaivtted ', available. 3-bedrooms. *B rooms are LAKE DAVT8 S&flO1l-Ouiy cute I 1
t k. plew.&It1 1 Get Mr- price Check with Goons J lian Ooveraaieet selected Park t fid. runnlni ".\,. 2 block north i See Claybauth. Realtor. Metcalf Bid*. DCLANSY SECTION New better I extra tone it baa one of those tan in a aSIa te after '
4, 4. .u.n so***. terraetBC klad*. of 81'BaI Hill 13. CarmichaeLROOM. 2-bedrooaZ oak I I.a:0.1
eottiratar.' wood M.. Edvard Wafc ': 8trt 13 8._M.la St.._'.b.*e $151.FflCBIIPMUT1'rowrit.r.I. Strain Barred Rock far f mind at ton tste i DOWNTOWN LOCATION-Suits. of CLOSE: DJ-E. south ." bout S-room block; 2 porchea: 'I I Uvtnt porchea. when the family yov i imililn'mmasterful

ten Chener Etcbwar S mile *Za i itocklat. Haviat U* *hi It 2.000 pullet I ian hous* on Bit 2 offices. S3O month. Harold I o-reom home: 3 tots oa bus line; floors: tile bath; attached caress; spends their cvrabtss. close to- school duttn ..tIa superb cwnttrucimo t
t. I per ... (I ft. shaded tot.
chicks weekly by Pan-American Alraaya. Lat J* su monthly nntilNov. csa be bought furnished electric laundry 111. !> saoppia eeaUP- and bus (srvsc* detail. This buatatow recently ,
Sat. PU aQ Lea er alter SJO calculators. Of- Shepherd Realty Co. 20 E. Wajh-
Biachtaes. bet-
_d.n. Pat :: sddlas Kxchaa. Smith-Co- We sri offerin the** cockerel f 1st. M. J. Most. Broker. 132 8. It. Pnone 5134. I kitchen: like .... J. A. U Ohio. IDa Uwo U desired M.M. terms. A Price 154WO. Prank Creba. Realtor.M7 budt of PI mii ry and steel on !'
flee bIbs
Eaulameat leaI- m. I! Ur basic cheap Hinton liaISon IME I I tort tot 117 by tot feet. Spacious
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320 Main 5110. IaPINO bleSs from out top matin lie; S1O 8. Court. Ph. 2-0642. I Mtmii BuiidJ chose 2-1718. a }
ronaAteats. 8. ;
CFHOLSTiat PABRICS AkOTftsAdard | 100. CJO.D. U you Ilk*. The* ; jmROOWS-C..ern& block stoo- : uwrrsUOd.rareom hoosoof Robinson; 7632. aARwOODAV.-3-IM tPa. Bviat room with ferenae. fn ert.ltUnUn
stock watty. Rev patWrat I Jiitk are hatched from old kea .' FOR LEASE-Two rtorr, eIght rooma.two CITY DgI.ANlyitcrtOli 2-bedroom .I I raooa. 2 screened porch will' !
nicely furnished
e 0. floor
larterard. coBUmctlea. oak biasslow. partly fanuxbed. heIrs
:; and -coton. K. 8. Brew*. au MACHINE 8d condition .see shipped here from our Peana.Neodia with tsrste. full aath North Oranie Ave cypress frame homo neannt completion. lbie< floor- 3 tovefcr tiirnsmi and t .
Euipped Matte Chef and lot. 7000. (2000 Dvinc dialog he.'Hr..
room
p: Oraate. ,IliNtriAN f-0323. farm. W* pay shipping cue. sooth of Colonial Drive Ideallocation strecned-porch. large Oak ftoort. Reasonably priced at 5*.- .! *U tile bath Th kitchen n> th t
i I j hanra. Joe Parks ex Son Was Kelvtaator. Children welcome, sine for Doctors office sad clinic down. Mica Joboso.BualtOT.. 140N. 000. Courtney Realty. 392 ". Oraatc; 1I..tn. Oarat Bit toi. Plenty fruit. i kind a woman I j
BUNDS Half delHi I have tare* *f my own. June 8th tnNOT. other business use. Lease Cranes; pocialiita la i Close to BlUcrvn school and bus. \! too Ian -,
*Why boy aheao alncU wkea yoeui $ i WARDROBE WANTED-In tood cooI I Ift aim B acls. Plo.&Apartnsents. 1st (400 la advance. 114 E. Par I or one some to five SIM montS. MclLuttbtealep. Homes" dial 2-2471. :18950. terms. Joae with MJ.. Unas ... tel casement winnows wile
-. irt Uw best fir tan a I._ cwU \' dMioa."Pwr haatint (spec S$17.rnsosELCsfl I! ive.1ROOM. yean. 1 DUPLEX Newly deoorated. First Broker.: 132 8. Main. Phone 6977.HOLDEN I
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bathe I Ute silm. central from
Realtor U W. Wautaftoa 2 j boat oil far-
l CLOSE IS-2..tou. I rooms. -
3j $ere* Uadaia. QrIaa4elIr CharkaIt. 30110.wru' for Rent I. floor. 4 roam and bath furnlabod.Secead
\ COTTAGE Shower. fa sad I St. Phono S10C.POR II oak noon tnrouihont. TU roof. HEIGHTS 4-room house pact and attic tan for cool Stuemcj;
iff ItOJ: td$ water- .. pa. 2-043J.. used 11II'l tsra. CaB us b Uhti: PartlY furnished. June letS I Porte cocher 2-car earns and floor unfurnished. 3 rooau sad 2 tot*. 50x1501 S19M neb catnfort. The charmio iuraiaiua] 1 '

iFI fcfETIAN BLWDS Bum vttif. t t fr setllBt. Orlando Furniture Co.* X71Y HIGHWAY 4353 ,-- l.. !. Adults: reasonable. Near I LEASE On* story building on : lauadry. Lane lot wen Uadscsped.Modera and bath..Ga Price.uipmeat.(14JOO. 1500 terms.yearly Ani 1334 W 25th StK W. Harris can are included. Owner coins Norm and J :

.*:: ide and thuds kliada. aest-pr.ei Wo 3 .Store. $14 .W. Chnrch. phon i room nicely furnished partmeat. ,I Lake Apnpka: W..1.ELOVILY *,. Court House Susan. Ocala. Excellent kitchen. Completely fnraished.PenecUy Goodwin incOK with Hermsn Goodwin. Inc.. after J p. wIll ail at actual construction cast)
'':' in electric kitchen. Call 9665. after-
cl sad vood. bl1ds.Y.R.A, 2-433: of (35 000. Terms arraaaod a dnnred.
lasi4a jtmaa ,_ spatlesa. Most n&so".IY'prtnd. riD-ST.
-. Mon*. LAn PaONT-34IednlOlll tocatloa for ra:. na. Write Broker. 677 H. Oasis: 9*& aorUi of Colonial Si
,, alk dMNcriea. A ami Tea for eItI I 62S X. Flue; See Mr. Uttto with Harold BtiijiliiirtR
WK PAY hlshut cash prico Modern residence Completely fur Trust Department. The Commercial Weir System. better location. Yon win b* amazed .
Blind S nrie lit W. Ctatral LOll IN New three DUBSDREAD-ORWTN MANOR Sew *ity 28 X. Waarrtnttna .
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; room fumiahed.
: aaooaok.u diamond Jewelry taay .
I = I nished. On good Kshint toke at AV.larnoat Bank and Trust Company. Ocala 441. la the closet space Bad 3 lovea
id$ 553$ er WIRIOP Park itt ioditloo. City Lot***. and Mlddlt Seed cuple. Iteference I with PitA house ready for occupancy by bedrooms : Pssnae 5124.
screened
Spdnt Owner will rat fit Plortda.SB. I CLOSE r -One a street lined civilian ?veteran **4OO buy Ihare. porches. 3 Ian l
I= CLEANER Plrestoa* tank Jewelry C*.. cor. Grant at ChurcX .60 month.- Box 482 a-8tar. t Bill 4 or 5 monUis at (75 per lane ookit wo offer a .r_ b- bdroom or spartan llTlat rooea | Sates attic spc for Bothr.. Oak Ii

wIlt sttscbaesi .64.10. WX BUY YOUR pta trees ar saw XOSX Vl-III.DOU. Av*. Famished _.01. Asber Peter. Realtor corner Wanted to Rent j i talo* that va* bunt ta 41. ami I dinint alcove screened porch taraeo f[floor* In Ha with today" Iowa I LAKRON? 360.12.&D : -
tronal S C..trm and Main I 1OTMrURNISHTD I am abandaat price Walkia distance t* CeloBialMwn oleadatapot.
x.ftme roaster ( &.'. Electric your toss. List Fruit Company. rooms and bath first floor. Lan windows with ills I Keel casemeM wiadow 35 year 4*

-. .us alL New style Frreston dishea.up Cell 7267. CTeeaed. porch Old* .. bllwbML MODERN 3-room tort APT. OR BOCSX-4 or 9 bedroomt. 'closet apse,. tt. belle sad hitcheS morttste. T.Iep__ Winter Park (24 Shoswisw Center. .WhK i ..._

1S.a per aot. Electric kitchen Oectric water heater rant washBe srremed "a.ethWth to***. 1214 furnished or Nice drains. Kitchen ew ew--" Included' or tome out to IMP Harmon A... Bro. Brokers 834 K. M1H_; Jew 0 .MII :

timer alarm clock (725ntas 3s Fuel OO and WoodTUtTr machin vacuum. AduKa only.Ni. 1 list_St ; East of Trail. Uoav preferably=" : at S9000- Allen Johnson Reaft.148 Overtookia coif ,I JEFFERSON ST. E.-Owner leavtnc I ijU

; Firestone. Oraaaad_ .Concotd._ &a1.1 'ItJ'.1 *372.CXNTRAI.. HOUSE email, across from Sstar hOle permaaeat resideata 2 smell : N. Oranse. ; "12. pectallaia. B. !I;: EZrfSDSXAD 655A -beautiful I I: and mast sell bus h mw. Ibis t tI : .: i ,
tone
VtKITIAN. BLINDS Custom* OIL-A faD taRt 1* AVK 2007 K-J-rooaa rur- FIlling Station. Wiatet Garden I iirla. Ph. earn Darts. -a47. I II H ]I I1Iom boms. t. of -1' to ia perfect caadttion.. .t\ca.II ISle
.It Flv-dy teak flltod. Slated apamaeat on bus lin*. A4- CONCORD ATE.. W. 3-bedroom .. Irvtn- room dicdw- I
Bets h. 3
Special 55* !r' b* :e Fbwar O02I. you Road. S75 per mcath.LAKESIDE nr*. w inaM bass wasted; I If end construction. I Hvtn also
SunshIne '' In
BJlnd Co.' coldoat alt* *aly.CORNELL.. i I Lars tot eloso t available at lea kltcb'n. firenlacw
delivery, RadbQl Venetian A torrer task lasuna boot *n i 'aULI children P.Tsias.M .n7. a32 a. Bisned. Immediate aad LANCASTER PARK-Seidom caa w*
baJJ- tile bath
HOME 3 lIving ouaivters. ,
rooma. f with fleer furnace
HaUenbeck Dr.: pben* 2-4187 ,, MeGrsw Fuel Oil Service. 15* clean 20323.APT. : Park. Good iaoomo than replacement cost ,f homo or tif :
Lmomints. AYK. Coot
183* .:.i ,. terrac toke vrivUeyea for **irt ,, usher See Mr. Boerstler wIth Henry Ramasen with Cavensitlt shower. 2 bedroom POT owtck sale offered offer on* at the hmaUfal home '
TACOCM CLZANERS JiU nai'wtO FCSX. OIL-> ._ pin and oak Lore livint room bedroom kitchenette. *051. $'. Wnce. H.d1 on A** OR SMALL HOUSE Furnished Burch. Broker. 12 8. WaiL 2-1090. furniture. Otto 4305.k.DE1ADeoosi. unfamistMd for 8I8-SOO with this restrictml scrtion Soils of be
aO attaehmemw Bmbr Hard wood: 13 1an. call &.'. : Closet upm' V. block ta 1 I _L past bdre.d *n left of OHApopka .r uafurniched. by permanent eoupto 3-beoV-' Realtors; I nb rl term Prank .! Broiler. aistenal in 1940. this hom* hag ,; qi

ware. 102 We t Chrtch Fuel oa and Wood Yard. 30979.n. Winter Park week.CENTRAL I I Rd.. Sat. 6 P m.: Son 7-16 with 4 month old baby. $055.iioiioEa COI4SNIAI.TOWIISECTZOP double saran- : as ; bant I... Extra 507 Metc.lf BalldiBf Pbon 2-1T18. every. toed fesvuiro forcttfortaM*
house
it i f CCT3M CLEANER OJE. 125.: 22 C1.OSJ L"-2 spartm.ut P'1araI&M& : am.after :rbarrn: and Man. : Y Juno 1st ra.1 I Ienouth lanes room comer tot.; Beautiful laws wen wIth Root.tot. S729V.L_ Pryde.terms Realtor.no*66 Well* K. I K LTY SCHOOL SECTION-story maid's u.iB* room 3 bedroom and DB aid- t.",im bath o.i-

33 .i winchester tenet rifle lit. Can FcrtfliEcra and Soils Ice II 21. au, .I.eboa 8 :: I. for twins 2 months gIrt 4 landscaped. 2 year old pr... constructioa Orange:- 2-429 I bom 4 bedrooms. nfarnrd ins Please call Gecrt Psuster wh* -

114I. LV!., (17 W.-3-room aoL I I 47. Rooms for Rent I.I ,.n. Prefer to keep children. UP to8SO. of asbestos aidine. Metal Buy with confidenco-Deal With comer. Iwn *"d ahmbberr. Near ***cr Peter. Reo.tc.70 Genual

-5 TXNXTIAli BLCiDa Factory BndtIprodactioa. BLACK DIKT-P. myrtto. Shrub- furnIshed or nnfumishsd. Adutta.Al ,, Permanent Phone 4234. I awaincs. hardwood floors completely i "Pryd/ tan sod store fIrs tood. Ser thj* i-OTM. for .I..:.TtLAKX
W* sIte lumtausa' fbery of aU kiads. na..tt. ** i t .. .tntl. room ANDERSON ST. Ml Comfortabto BUNGALOW-Purai5>Md. 3 bedroom tarnished; 14.000. term 1207 1C I before too ",. Special.price. 7000. -.

fiat blinds, aay aia Me per so. and all yard _to Ph. 3-6441. COLONIAL DR.. 802 X.-Lan. bed ''I cool room. In attractive private Permanent rental. 3 adult oqpets. I I Shine St.. 615*. I pent Jotmswa Co._lOa 8. Main ;i' ADAIR 8CCTICKI- New atasosrv
horn Twin beauty rest beds. Prt- bulK home. curb; every way.
ft. at factory. Immediate ieHvrryr r DIRTS-Rich black up soil fill and room. small kitchenette. Adjoins rate*entrance and bath. S100 limitPh.. ni5.BOUSE __ CHEROKEE PARK-2-otory concrete. DUBSDREAD SECTION Lovely newbunfatow. Lan living room 2 bedrooms Wet
AIM wooden available w* mak* clay Guaranteed full toads. WnuR. bath. Includes use of large 'ttvta : Puraiacei.:bedroom* it'' Ceramic tile floor tile porch. 3 2 bedroom den. btintW LAKE ADAtR SECTION-Immediatepoavwen aath. tiled kitchen erra: large scrven.

ruinates at obhsattoa. Oriand A 1Sn,. P. O. Box 102. Lockbart.Pla room and telephone.PUPI.KTi AGNES ST.. 221-Good bed: electric I responsible adult Yearly lease bedroom IS baths. Furnished. BaUt tel hardwood floors ahuninum penslila I 3 ceoeroo bedrooma id porch. Ccnat.. Doub*

Venetian Blind 311. co. 1738. I- PPM>. Co. 33R12. r Modern very nice. 3 room*. fan; seml-privat bath. Hear bus Win par up to (123 per month. 13* ,. from first to last. Good neighborhood blinds. On 3 landscaped tot*. with tort clotets. Lttrrtlye rWaaroom. tarat Priced nth' best of term

Kufeb eon.mrrIAH .FILL_.Good black top toO. muck i, bslh. 2 screened porches. Completely I t Sn.. Summer rate. I 8 Lake St. close to school Immediate posses All of tale for S7.7M. Move la for !: Compact klVhew. Oak Itoor Owner must '.
BUNDS 8"teeL" a.kcl' lad dairy fertnuar. DcUvcrco. .furnished. Utilities paid. sM.oo aJuc.i-.rr-1U-Lake Lucerne; ,8008--.10 hcdreo-ns-* more for sion. S16.00Oterms.. Huckel-OTleal. S3JMO cash. lot Federal mortta i iS34 I Perfect condUton. Landscaped. Co<*- at* posieasion. M Caidwell wlUr

aixec-28" U 3&" Yid iV* lost Telephone.2405X! month. Tel. Loot wood 23. I cool. .nlet charmin tuest ham; aorncf home. Prefer lake location. I Beeltorsi tii1. RobtntoaIj'jIFszLabed:_2-37 X moenh. CM. R. KitttTfdt 45' pietely sad nicely furalshed for (12- : tibet Peter. tt cor. Central !

r',ry. 45e Milan foet. SHerwto-WU- MANTJRKC fin dirt. peat. Delivered SOLA PARK-Bear town. Slice 4-i i dog (7.50 double 10. 'I Adeaaato balk Furaiabed. To ,, 3-bo4- Son Realtor 2-317. i ii 000 with be boutkt owty _aafamlihed...tf eh txntied.Csa Must be. I and Main; 2-O'TM i'

.. 434 N. Oraait A.. Phone Full toad tuiranteed. Bhadert, room apartment *<5 per month.C i CLOSE IN-Lane cool corner room tent wsth option to bar ta aix I Isonths. ; room prewar frame bantatow. t i told this week. Can Ray Lrnnon with I LAKCASTXR PARK Excentannt It- ;

111*. Dairy. BU 3. Box II' ph. 703X *' Pl*. adults only. Ph. _5575HILLCRfST with bath. PrIce riiht. Adtfta. 333 Phone 2-3054. I I IOCSL Breakfast nook. 3 porche AH SDle-and Joe O. Myers. Realtors 663*. I eattoa. 2-storr .: coosatocttant ;

POULTRY "MANURS-*13 per ton.At .' AVK 506-Adult* a* I. South BX 2 bedroomi untarnished or I: aad-spaa. 75-ft. tot. S4400 rah 72M Bk* DCSDRIAD-&ancb type home with J ted ****. UU roof T rwamt ateotr"ruralaaad.
of *
I .ZsSryllLs.Pauitrl Farm Pteas pets. 2 bedrooms. Bvin room CLOSE U -Lan* cool room with partially so. Reasonable M13 or I I II ownerarill carry baiant Tot Cchilier atttamsu famac tOe root end LAKE FRONT toO FT)-.3 seres. 4 hedrocmf 3 **. fire' /
WATER CLOSTTS-; 592'?. : screened porth. Laundry aad Phoa I Box 159 rent See today. Georgia patio. Corner toe to x ISO. well toe*: :: ass anrckv
plies _ kitchen, bath .closed porch electric 716.COLLEGE New block '. 2-bath buncatow. :: i {
: Reattor. ..eroGkmaII .. wresttvOt. .
Uadscaped sad fiber. Extra
I tile
RosaUnd Av
pnvlleie. 32 I
food Sec Completely furBlsned. :
f.' V1GORO-Complet* Plant I refrtsut BOUSE duplex: 2 bedrooms: permanent i Ga kitchen floor famace.
Lara ef sad IDcOmL TM borne ta aew condition tbs mia coot con
miss 8 me
ann and eo' r$ i P&RJt-Bsm. eowrso. **
and sardeas. 1xmund works Sell trod ewnity for
Av
flowers Static. tnqulrrr
town CLOSE IN-Wa.MI1. ; 3 adults: 2-cr fsrege. or
whtte tntf and men ea *ao packate t* 100 pound sacks. I working man preferred. Ph. please writ Box 472 8-3tar. sloan business or tecom property
HUGHXY (23 N. Newly 6.corated clrani a* .
ST. with Rob 6> the Crane all America 2Mrtment tot well landscaped. eLla. See Mr. Ayr Co. 38* 3 (6 la
e Pbon torso ...
Co25 K. Pin* H.oteRtalter., ISO K. Pubis.
caat iraa vnamel- -I,Knox SMfts I J-room furnished apt. sad 372. HOCSE or Apt.- ( or 7 rooma afarntshcd. ;I rage apartment la rear; only 1 block L. Prydt. Realtor, (64 K. Oran*.; ; MARKS ST. SCHOOL acTI01'i-Wd

ire beauty. NoUUac d wa 36 aoaUt,;,. -"- ,_ bath. Gsa 5570.. electric nfnserator ;. CLO6E IN-Strict summer rate convenient 3 elderly adult Box from shopping center. Caa bo handled 2-459. hem wita itMtaotj I
located 4
to ... LIbby M. Prteeaaai 711...W. BROWN -BEETLES Ban started S45 Avallatl! todot.1frZR5 ._____ : comfortable; siasto or .- 441 g-Star. __ ____ for only S2SOO ... and rest ,. Bur With Confidenc Deal With I tAD FRONT 2-xtory modern brick Seize POTCP rosa Good condition throacss-

Ccuvk.WASHDIQ. / eaoac Asalea sad Camellia lion COURT HOTEL-i sad Ble.. 251 8. Main 5%. ''HOCSE-T. Rat with option to bay. r-.1I1 ...rtII1 tIt wUl more thaa carry "Ptroe." I bone. TUe roof. 3 bedrooms and set PromPt poioaiTinn **MO. BcxMcOfB. r

them now with Cold Bmok the eysf 2-room apartments .ul1aalll..5. CLOSE IN-Coot corner room. Hot I bedrooou or more. abecl.I the balance of purchase- price. a. Co \ DELANXY 8TRXET room home incxeelleilt 3S tile batus oak sad Ills Coon. Aatematic Realtor US X. Oman AT*.

vip Cold Sm k*. 50* Brwtk- I asp rates.iiii50NDs._____ water. Slntle beds. Will rest double I with adequate baths. Call 2.20$4. Basch with Sam Hatchias 40* 8. Or- eendltlev. Built IB 193*. I .0 fartaeNic* sand beach n- 4147. .
d ban,.. 631. 7406.CA9SELBXRRY for someon at ".500. i cud dock. Located ea ton like Bear i
Girfa Attractiv bed! or sintle. Gentlemen preferred. snre. j-0583. A bartain AiMr'-
MACHINB HOUSE with i or I rooms: uaornisbed. II |. cIty limits Owner want t* return otn'IDAST AttracUvotyp.
t-Xnra you pomp motor new Jaak: flowers and Seeds room Sintlr or double. Twin beds t Asafea Lodse. CouBio with %'.' Please I CONWAY-BCMBY SECTION New term See Mr. Stewart with Harold I North account of business Furnished.tMSOO. ewttete on a Plot 1803380 tc-

ewrtur_ _table. 7M: S'7.. .::31. Plants U preferred. JUcc ishbrhood. Call American Plan Hotel; riding horse I can 2-1312.__ bunsatow. Lanes room. 3 bedrooms i iGarate. Shepherd Realty Co... 30 X. Waah- Terms w. B. Kicboisoa. I nIce sabviian are* about; 4 miles
cabInets. St. Phone S124.DELANXY
1 ka7z2'i.p.ai.311c Pnr ****. lilt ;' 3J., f, Rshlnt. PostIng ta SCSMD Winter LOCAL BUSINESS COUPLE wouldIlk. lane kttdbuu. plenty 1MI.dIOt.posstil intton. Realtor. 14 a. Main 2-161. rrom tow'.. It has twa bediaomt and ,
;: Park. 91T4-W. laundry room. ST.-x v ; room. ainiac -
rumlshx ; .Itint
3 small child's oom.
DR. 127. room f v:1
: oat.ln Ihrulla. KENNISON ; ta rP1Il nome. t.azuronneo.
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VZLDHia ..UPPLDSI : !I!'.'plant SOc *a cloud; yM Banday. Colonial; ed apt. dos la. Keen. atOll tar- {;i, clAn IN-Coraer room ta nice private Month -er ,... Phone 3611. ,I food buy.fl. ms 8-0 this term for. 8m aa *extra oha- tiSe Crete bath brick attached home,taraie.hardwood Fries ..- ,'! LAD CHZROKXX StCTION 3-bed- raIse roost at *bath wSw 00 and Wlta knefeoa.CAST BonesT tens*

'')0no.* t. CBionial.nawers. ._ aUhed. 1st floor. home. Steady business man RIPRESKNTATTTE NATIONAI. eo*>- ion Co. :01 S. M.ta '1II 9SO. terms. Jsnersoa sad roemr. breakfast nook: dJattz -ZJID, 1ucrIOIi i
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3yszra-MssL
200 Amp portable veUiat..oatfttsCemnieu tabl KUHL. -3500 S.r.Bineleney. I i preferred. 600 E. Pin Bt._ desires not 3-Dedroom reatdeaco. ret5104ev.. Jcttrbeo flreplae Cat *
: artistic curs Reoltora. 7O S..CeatraL FhOM C.rter'l '
;r..cv\ I.pt_. ...
veldtas nppUea ta Hoe._*., W* sirs anywhere. Jo- utilitIes furnished. 1 or a admit*. k i COLONIAL. DR. *02 X.-tan*: I unfurnished. Orlando or Tteiatty. 1 Buster Certer. 916DCBSORXAD Kstpton Broker 531 1:. Oraate. .
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Distributor of Uacoia weOdtnf AnnpiortTt Bu .servtc I mm kitchenette. P. O. Box 2724.CNroRNISHED 5013. itFV toco .
Formerly I>I room II COfWAY'e&CTIOCNcw weB eea.strueted I .
wu&aa '' SECTION-3-bedrooni w&acslaw.Recnstt .
ralnes and rods HB Phi room fra*s
: st Central 4643. LINCOLN APARTMENTS--19 Mors j!I bath include us* at Ian Bvtnt room HOUSE By ouie* of S rooms Ia ate 2 LaU
kHlie. <11 M, BcSeaclu ac&T DSTtSSS 64 X. house and alienist porch. Oak ftoers. I I caaotmcttoa .. unauU
11*.. PK 2220, MARIGOLDS. Zinna*. Ptof>da PjnsiM. BUdWinter furL I and 3-bed i I II sod telephones i middle aged couple. Permanent. Beithborhoed close to schooL stares i screened perches. Owner say*. "Re- : LAD FRONT EJ3M1-tew, masonry. ceO built Lan :3om two porch****
I j I BibiMU. shrub C. J. room apartment Jnitor service hot t COLONIALTOWN.* to ..vsnithipe. Year rouad. P. O. Boa Orlan' and bus. Only 7950- terms. See dace price t* MSOO.- C U. Tailor.R.aIter. I I View from Picler. window in ton Immediate notaesnva Fries rwdacwi ,
wter. steam heat. Year round or'I La San St. Lovely coot do.PBOTOORAPRXSL. Oeeslin. Realtor I I Ovid room Special roof ventiiattoa.eseeOent .
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Bam. 1411 X. Coneord1_ Winter 'I Mark with Louis 3S16 N. Craig 644.DUBSDREAD te S9.0M.00 J>r partlenlars 555 ><. .
1 :iiiilow1---per pair. T2crprcat .os8T DTLICTOSA African Siurmcr rental. Adulte only. rooms: hot water double **; single wife.. 3 yr. old 1.3 N. MaiBi 2-1 4. ; Ion. wn Joe financed. Can. Vwrawwo. Beauor 29 K Churcft
Park 11111.MARKS week I or see MortortT wh O. Myers.Realtor.
: ; aundard atw. Prompt viotot funeral desicna. cortae 3-room'[! 84 a i daughter desire aafuratehrd apt. orbow. II COUNTRY CLUB Her* 29 w. washiatten St. Phone lit IIL:_.Pfton 7833. .
.' Garden. ST.. 1905 K-Oa* DR. 115 Kv FtwshlT decorated Prtent lies 4SO 8-Btar. I
**rnc. oa aa types ol made M end ."dill'" Petty I I COLONIAL opportunity to pnrchaa ML POseKW1Lots pTprtr.
.Order framra. vtadowt 'cad
.- 17th 8t. ICUiwork. 1120 PL&lCT&-I and lOe up Ito I IlIstS. room for ecupIe.AitAvL.. inner sprint_mattresses. i i'COlONULTOWlIID 51. Houses for Sale I completely furalched._ Large front : bunt... LIght and airy 3 bedrooms I A |! bedroom modem hens 300 fWrontste 1 '
PAPATA. LAKE LANCASTER SECTION
: 920 8.-WlaterPark. : I House ta nae eoBainon w- I I bath breezewaY: carat*; and tocatoa-
porch.
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I IFIbBt..pb.n, 732. i Phoo 4330. J. P. 1. flier Bt.I I 2 shower TCs ( *a sccate
1'1 'WATERLESS CLSANXR Wins.Ceaac .''TOO X.lpe Lock Ay*. BnwMoIh'SBRt11IBEliYLan. 1 bedroom, bath kitchen tad 'I twin bed. ADAIR SECTION New 2-bedroom net tot. Prtr*. tASOtt JOOO lows. i lars tot. Furnished or nfamUhed. lovely 2-bedroom buatatow. lea! tana 20 mmutat drtv* f root i i ij
nil at (*v
I See roof steam best. A vajua-
WJH tarn dinette. CillUeIOJUJCGt tarnished. but sad .. _111I,"'. Partly furnished. S1400 1 i ietttu balance arrsoied. easy terms. For test *. Terms. Call lows- Call Peter Brush.
I .ay avrfaee. Bet nttoettoa. toi Realto ::: 750 furaUhed. OM. H. Ktttredx kBoo.
: U Pryde Wi.- "m '
eaaoa.. 25c. SOc aad $L Smrot i horn Muaatlwhlt- 290t-J1.-Furnished CONCORD-rn-U47 X.-Enjoy S47 U monthly. 4' Mate ;I RIGId with Rob* for Glen with MillIe Realtors. 23171. irISh 3-036. 109 K .
beautify yow j
Log .. Rail.read. sad bath: ton tattledDoich. This is lets than rent. YOU csotpass 66* 1fwDeaI Bam. Realtor M W. WatBlAsUB I Plar ..
>ter Ci. K. Oraeio urs ri v >1 X. Prt ceton..__ rooms borne tmospber la cool ttracUv this .. Roper Realty. Church Buy With (106.bUBSDRZAO .
.a -
week. C St. Phono !
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.oft. .iDlNIA PLANTS 4 dwstm. nil X* trcenttol (15 rooms. Access to ton porch and and Mala. 3-3433- SMI.APOFKA I II 'Pyyde.C011'WLTPuc." LAKESIDE HOME New masonry 3btdroom NOstTHXAST SIC'IQII-WI rreoaiBwad -
RTDCXWOOD AVK. 604 SfflAlkpartmtat. yard. Lsundry privCetcs. Phcn StOL I tide tnu-b.dJ om- lily room t
Pwtmble Eajy ,
.VAtBISO UACRINX- bom 2 till baths. 18* >'
desire a
who
Avaw* I
people 3-
___ I IJDo"JlU.S I nicely rarmahed. Prt- -3-reem RI1I...; SECTION -lies to m ction. ess- ti
kwBtssr your
: .Bftau',
Warld Mrs.'f
Dry $50. I t controlled COOT
ctooo *
: pclal forrial Mcmo- *43. wan 9 acre tMO cash. Dnt-I cod eulct w. 1IetI."sa.. T.naaH.aptella kitchen thermostat with Urstf i
; others Ph. taostrsctJon
Adult only.
50. Mock
MIlL netS
.! 2-4411. :' vate CLOSE W-Coot Private Near offer excellent extra tares ctoaete. ,
DT. Prttts Oantoaa. vTrttol* Winter Garden. 194-Whit. school and (tore we aa Bribers 531 KOran**: I : attached isfireVenetIas
.. ST. 51* S--Unfurnished Grills. ._.. 644 Macnoiia.CLOSX paved te'2-c with room*, screen porch ti
*XIST WATCH maa lArd and Beitradc. 2 blocks east at Mill*. ; SUMMXRLIN j ADAIR PARK 3-bedroom tile bTthmodera : S-room buatatow oa i IC 13.i1SUSgiWe. ? tarsi at bttnds sad space hea-.n i
Ian rooms ,.. Private 177 tot with van yW and bath. Beautiful locatton. ;
t. r !a 21 jeweL Pteaac caB 1844 Aft- 4 afreet 6O 3 ft. toilet payal-
I .
151M
low .
New modern.3bedroom Is
buatalow. price. Of OJ Lonn
,,4p.s&. : I entrance: utilities funuahed (Wmo. IN -Air conditioned modern fruit tree. This 1* the best buy bar two Can or so* Moriarty with Joe O. j I II Balance tatrrot.
and Supplier i not sold will bellS jU& month. 4 -
3, LIvestock: 1203 Ouanlaoa. If I buntatowa. ..tr
t Adults. Ph. 22710ST..nN Laundry sad rooting .. know of for oa!y 1000. mostly Myers. ReeXer. phon ML. 29 W. i j
: coraer room. c.un'*
ASHING. )iACiNZP.rab rest June 1st. Phone 2-139 after IP :, Term See Geo. P. Bras pIlot to war both with hardwoodfloors. St. 8315 rasa wta hand
Len baby : Broad ass 5'Wg$2. sOei yoaa mflk cow. 3 SUMMERLIN -On*. '' nrivU* -et. 20* X. Rabinaon._ M. Owner OB_.premises daa- I furntshed.Co. 19 E. CeatraL Ph. 2-315. tIle bath sad attached tar- I wasnlnttea iLdfst.wtibO P Swono. 60 X. PttC{. j

1- ta Winter_Park. t a UST. .1$. 1404 W. Churta: two and tOrts room apt*. Adults-,'CLOSX: IN-500 South Maia Street'' AVALON BLYD.-A torrly nearly Realty ate: ta floor ".. Each doe in ; 5812 or 2-4080 Sur. I as bu. HP*. at Bummer rates. Al I CHZROKEX PARK-Beaatlf1l1 3-story at 19-MO with term LAKX FAIHVrXW crIOi'J-C .
.AtERCQNrnOlL2RA-.Ar. yf' $ phoa Sill.gQ.a342. ._._ Stirs rooms BOW home of racbUni maaonreonatraeuoa / i tad priced FORTHXA3T: If3- *
Utcraoict Rabbltiwlth AYX. (O-Attracttv* -rcom.. ply Bow. Spanish type boo. Stuated oalarse and Carter Realtors. 70 X. I pieted. hot Cvtbl On ton room. I Ir bIItlt--1
trnbted) with "Red Wster' Oa back: 41 fryers. won to this eiciostvo secUoa. A JamenoB Otywater room ttto bsaeafow. tiled
| tot. overtooklac! poxk. 14x2. Immediate poueMlon. I
clrara rwty wmtcr. Per de- hutches. Earl Johnson. I Innersprtass. electric refrisieratar.utilities. CLOSE Cf-Liv* at 111 Orac* St. 3 bedrooms. 1** batts. 2-car I corner ta high lass bom Geo. Central. PhOB A. T. ISsuer) CazIetr. r lectrctty. Corner tot 100X150. we' ntffity mom OBktc '
vtOue ,
-i ails see Cofaoca acmtierr PKJ U* f ItovffiaVTuri ill .5 PalrwUto Road Summer rat or year toaa and enjoy the view of Lab LBcera ,, caruso aad 100-ft. landscaped lot. i real H. Klttredg a and Son Realtor : m*._ : ( (5. TIIns-I230 CSih. bSlAOCC tot ta eaccllrni seetlea Inanedl-

.y. soitu st. i turn nsht at cross 1'MdIFtraI houa I. WEBER'S CORNER. 8. Grans Blooswtn ., Summer rate. F6aa 202. Priced below replacement coat at ,! 3-317. EAST SIDE OOM in. we invtt you ; like rest Asher Peter. Realtor eor-I IIIIet ate mmiMton. 14JOO tenac Jaafwtta I

&: .i5OLE33-4.L 10 (alas, on rttht. PH. H15-M-11._ Trail. 3 furnished 1 room aartmenti GARLAND AVE. 214 S.-COS* ta S144SO with excellent \. By to inspect this tovely furnlched Central and Mata dial 3-076. M. i. Moss. Broker LJ2 fJ

i' kovr capacity. S27S. Boom oooZeraUttaefl. E6R3XOei. Saerlfleo. Ala MeOelliBir I *U _t. Partly. fumUaed ttowmnaln. hot water iancrxprinc appointment only. Exduaive with COLUEGI PARK-Ta* *r St. Completely -t horn*. Nicety laadsrape tot Mali! : ptoaw 0877. _
I A"JInUr. 37S' furnished S-room buatatow lad Priced t* tea : iviiw Frame 3bTdrooabomw. ,.
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Wta- Butan cookIng.bsralabed Ross Kay exctUeat income.
Par offlc or tame St 14x24 room. IM n
: sad Xnsttsh Also sleeplns porch $5 week. Apply NOHTSZAffT SWrTMBI-OB s
ft. toe Well worth tnvesusstIBC. "! Between 2 lakes. ,
eo Rek-
I I N. Oranee: sag.BETERLY ; oat Jamenon sod Carver "
lsd Co. Zne. 2aJI., I'tar Pare 329-J. 'LOVELY1 ROOMS. wB ... b thb 1-bedT 2 now.OORX. SS-OOO. See Mr. Poi_ with Central. Phoa A. T. I Wen located. Pmaa Real :. 3ftK tot )
ean. A.. 31T. sad dinette b dr iom. SHORES Here Is the ton. 70 K. i horn. newly d* 9ratd. toke prrvttrtos. -
.-' JERSEY COW-3 nests heil** C&ILt Kluben AVX- Eatk AUractiv ri i! Harold Shepherd Realty Co. 20 E. Carter. 951*. Plas.2-l646._ _
*.iTCHii ana 21->ewel, 3 taltoa suit per day. S12S. S.UI Back porch. Water sad lights fur- Single or doubt Semi-Private bata. homo you have been hooking fan Washington St. Phone *H4.COLONLU. Bufterl whet- (730- aast!Iy flaanrnt "TtoMkt
BamitUB RaIlroad _& Prie walker .ten. Smith SaoOorden. alshed. Mra. L M. Goodwin P. 0. Phon 970*. 3 bedrooms and 2 closets la each: LANCASTER 'ARK-n' sews Betowel* Whita 8o *;.! Bee]',
I Kitchen prtvUetes. oak floors built ta features BeaaU- GARDENS 747 OardaPIus. SUBURBAN-We3 desisaed you can bur a 04IWDC.dera' 4
fbJ
: 4tCsfl243o& 1 .1Inio_ I Bos 523. -Pla Castle. PIn EAST SIDE O*.. Keulton 706 Mwcnlf BUc.
I.w.u.- cTYER ST. 42* N.-Tna. Inneraprint tally raralabed; custom made farnlt '! 2-betfrom boiuatow. attached new concrou block bunfa- i residence IB beotiral Lancaster Park '-Hw [
ATh'ii1it3i3CO.3ist.. IIId'1 XW- Jrty, with flnt calf: 2-2OOMfurni.bs4 apartment. SuU- : tood ventilation coot ,: ; imported vaaes. Bcaattfnl la. tarace. aa electric kitchen newly tow with Blcaain Five section for (7000. 2 bedrooms, sleepin -
:, for tana or hone. Parm iii tired milker O. B. Rite*. Oriel I private both eonnectint.port eoehere. trowad floor. Private ontranc tadtarat aa exceptioaa home for S22JOO. C. decorated ... and OWL Completely :: loom* and bath. : well with I porch ales creened front porex.

'edltaPl'7 C. 430 W. Robtnuoa &t'W'.J l r, ., \I PhonMZO.. *. Prefer older covpl Utnuia R. .'. Realtor. 610 N. OiaueAve. furnished SOOO cash balance term automatic electric mime. Kitchen I tan shad tree Ask kuhn Peter.Reitor. ROfTTHKAST SICfloWUssr Ber-

"t WATER HEATERS-..Beetrte, taa. oadea I MAX-Hav n aic medium isd work 2 FURNISHED APTSAO cenvenience -',' "toaal. weekly or monthly.BASWOOD Teiephon 734t.BRTTT ta be arranced. Inquire at owner oa wired for electrIc .... Paved cor. Central and Mala Sep flsnrtr 3 bearonti hwos* bulK

: .&. Caldwell HarrU.13JM 'i ma!* :SS3' *r will trad 1404 W. *. accommodate L Adalta .nly.S :I AVE. 1501-Desirable MAWR ATE.-Modern 3MtII'I, premises. _ _ _ This'Ie a trwwtn ubdvistoi line1 1 3-878- L ta tile 1941 botte beanttfa contra henk&a hudBU* Ptont ftoors furor -:

c. ewateTDrt e4 -dial 3-H72.-- Church St- PttPALOKCrO **!*-_ Miles out Winter Garden Rd. oarttht. room private boIII. PICM IS IS.JAa50t room kBBf alaw of Individual desica. cO5WiizCrIOP-.3 bedroom bon- good rettricUom At S8-300- LAKX LCCXRXX C1RCLX rooms. oMted wnfura'jho; tonanat tenet'

WDSQOWS::St* Jnd trial. S. .20 | STALLJON At 8\. Feos Look for altn. Shady Oaks ,I STi1FL-Oasble rosa ,: offertac spacious rooms ample closet 1 catow. furalabed tood condttton j cider Uu tOg most reasonably vrtoed 7-bedroom bom Beauafufly famished. can be srraafwd. hoc faS tntomaniuac a
Ills. Edward Waiter Cfceaey Hl$k- pJae*. Aat- always cool. workshop trait .chad city water lIMA of today. McNutt-Heasley, Would make tood guest Botne.
(15 at bora or ,3O at your 2 blocks from Caarca-: space tot. lake nrirllesra I I large L A. XcyaoH with MafUs WQStoma. -. .
bath.
'ar ft mil,, cut. sat. PkU.all .-'I ,Ccc lie see* U 1723 West GOT or linE AVst. 827 Pumtehed 3-roont i I.I next t* Rta_.... sad ."ta neighborhood coostructiea ; tSTSO. owner Mating chaate. Realtor 15 W. Waahiatto St. 120000. cash. term 00 bo-fcj aft- R/Ubnr. 21 W. Wuatstactaw 8t.Phan .. ,
4 after e* sad sterts. __ I II May b* ywar I j Phono 5104 Realty. Pboa 2-0074 *r ,
!:.3Q PM weekdoyt r js-Hoae $* .. I ..rtmmLflUe4 conpto. Contlao- andceavtBieace.. Sll-SOO. open for BropostttoB. tinier RM. f fI ft
I' JACKSONST-* X.-B*> room Call Prank Moore Broker. 2- 1S%. ..
COlfk TO THE BTORB. acxt .M PoatQffiee feat trw.r*. AIM ass hot_ .tft' terms available. AHea JcfeBJoa Real chance. I -
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,: cosutent hot wster. $5. WorUni S812. -SpociaU- 533 N. Westa orel*.; 973*. If 1 2-bedroom H..-
IfaiUaad. for meat ewyaev ; Cornish Game. 1. Prank. Nand WANT RKFTNED business woman t* tor. 140 K. Oraue LAD PRONT-A
: i6si* and naed. Chtea. Viockx i i I Lab G* dy. I.Uart. Pa. 4750. I share *. 11* McKee St.: PC L I' louse M55 ."'tnM. Pbese 4IJ& lat la Hi _." \ ( -Sear schools and EAST SIDE-Convenient for those tow on hlch shade tot screened I 5'

*l0sn ailwware. Jewelry, canoa I Av i jj1sOII-D I-roosn effsetotvy condition. S-room I .atillc..aa. Oraate Ave. firepUe Sowthem- exposure t
[ EERTICX Phoo S min te Orange *_ i BT/ERLY y-SHORE SECTKW New store Nice w lIfORT1nfDT-
" 0dt5, ctrtcal sad adO aan- ..REGANS' BULI i FtTRXISHED 3 ii partmrate. Summer rates IKasonrr Bungalow Just Calshed.ParJtion frame bungalow with screened front stare. Just 4 blocks from City HaO.i 1 High etovatton overbooking ton lake.

.; SAte. baby camaaea. "aabisZ tol.6si0t .01! TAa-J. Winter Park.__ : icfristrator in and new new duDrLaiT tasstove. atUactlv .tehnoH OOd. Call 9353. frame and piaster. walls porch. large aleepln porch porte co- i! This. a weB kept tram ratMenc i Price S4900. Stasis Pr_740 Rral-% Nose block bonoslow of abednomn. .

'- .__ > 8ADDLX HORSE Galled. Medium AtoorUrte : (75 _tIL Pa. 2-0562. t I I BALKY AVENUX. 2 West-B.ve Si I rifled central heater room lam :: there sarat permaacnt awaiaca. of rooms and bath. Some tnrat1 -' tor. room 4 Central ArcaM cah anc.

& 'IY SUDCK a.osn ," i L. us.. I years old. seatlr. $51.Ill* W. I COMPLETELY FURNISHED inctod-i I'I room wtth or without hitCheS I Dvttc room screened porch t lane SSOOO. term Weir a 62* E. tare U.ctaded. Good nelshborhood.i .. tff;, VIEW-Most delightful boosev&abto O* balaac 954 aw smth.Ba .

i ar *>e et is"'. Sewtbeott Steel ,SaletCo i ,.u.t. __ 1LAKX IVAN BOX S5CtTJO5 Front claM aeetima. Prtre S13.5e C. R. I I PARK-Heat 2-bedroom i! Immediate noasesston. McNats-Beas- ft. tot heaniy nrubboddroni Bro Atwac Realtors lia ItOnnn .

dowanaira. lOtt W; Ame1t&.A.i! SOOTHn FOIST taddto mar*, ptan-,t'summer. s5 per Kic month.cool place 2 adults for t, corner b.drIs ale private I Emertck. Bmter. 619 K. Oracce concrete block baaaatow, ParUyrumKhed. | k?. Reoltora. 15 W. Washiatton 8*. I modern bungalow vita Crept*** and ANa TUtphoa .

fggo 2-1442. I tattoa walker. 3 nan old. Kentucky only. 133 8. Orlando Av*. WInter I ham Stead business man or woman Telephone 1344.tCOLONJa1.TOW1I. .e.1 I airs tot plenty shade. ; Phono (IOC.I i heater room TO bath aad drain.Oras .
!I o.onis.1stoiZi. Otttsid
I1it. homo sow brad. accUmatcd t* Ftortna. .]tOO cash balance I with maidS.stIll. room.
rear Par j !erred. Ttlepttone : I 6ECTIOH. 1C2C Owney leavtnc &.
$Wt tbc soauaer beat. Easily .. exceptionally beaaulsl. A Yen beaatifal'! 147.60 month. A PaR Of- "
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w* -e sw* mar of fclsa.ett SMALL APARTMENT Partly tarauhML MAD ST 201 N.; storas rooau.t rra_ Reortor. two** 4.
lt.iis4. .. *o bota r.Scmcc 0f1aJM6 frr u comf Sumfm AttractIve Price. BaroU V. C. Kflltor. 31 X. 1 Borcaes, breeseway. (CoatiOBed Oa Nut hie
Maadann.Piofida. utilities iirnisluxt. Prtracc i flop. Cwot ortebto rooms. I I Dial tei.
604 gs--., caUkwr. Lee Alla_ ; S-T3SL i Central tin t Ha ttzes. 262* X. Jeff_ Central Artact.
T bath and entrance. Ph. 2-4118. .t Kate _\
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r J 'nn1a!; 0rntutrI-Star 51. nooses for Sale 51. Houses for Sale !I I 52. Groves for Sale 54. Lots for Sale I I 55. Country Property for Sale 56. Business Property for Sale 57.. Real Estate Exchanged (0. Business Opportunities


I A a practical- l COMMERCIAL GROVE 40 acres ANDERSON PARK-First lot of Par I COUNTRY PROPERTY GUEST HOME Central East Tile WILL EXCHANGE home' and small
; ORLANDOFLORIDA SUBURBAN-Convenient to Orlando BE BUt. eDlte I{ land. 20 acres heavy bearing grove.Valentine. Avenue on Amherst Ave. city I 1916- Ask Asher Peter. "He Pr roof. oak floors. 2 story. 2 baths. grove 14 Lockhart. For 3-bedroon ,!I
PACKXSO BOOSE
JUNE 1 1947 and Winter New two-bedroom ly 1 DW -garage lre lt I Pineapple, grapefruit conveniences tots of shade. Lwe'I ably knows." Cor. Central and M.I. glassed in sun porch. Port.-cocMn. house ia city. Call Mr. Mowrey wIth CITRUS -12 cars
PAGE P.rk lure. 43. day capacity. Located la the
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2fee. in this section. Call King Real Estate 30 E. Church. per
old. kitchen large
I concrete block baa been occupied desirn and tangerine price CITY RD.-Ideal couple double larne. modern I
hoU I'o JtoD. I lo heart of the stoma belt Completely
Mr. Lyle Herman Received 9249.99 for Moffat. with O. P. Pin. FORE landscaped Completely "( Sunday.
less than Rat. Venetian
a year. S.op 6 E bungalow
1411rP. some
: ad 195. wit
with modern awcMaery.
[:Cont; from Preceding Fate bUnds Green's Fuel Gas. and waul I prce. In 61 N. I No cold d.muvt .r Phone 5812 or 200. ture. Garage chicken nonce. 3 far acr. Including linen dishes furDJsbf'41 i' equipped field boxes. Office building Including

heater. Pi 87400. Ls t.a I O.nl 9855. Also '-rom bous b.t electricity ALTAMONTX SPRINGS-Lak* ''front Enjoy the eontr with city convenience ing machine. OPA income $ 57-1. Beach Property_ '' with 9 ofees inctwwtd. Priced below
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A priced ly. $18.900. term C. B. DsvU. -
ii-: nooses for Sale 2.000 rsh ulred. at I top notch buy around r.1 business and residential lt. Owner *. Bu : i :. ). 50- > actual inventor Far details see Louis
Reduced one-third north-south
i per mont. McNutt-Heasley, Real FSH-por right t 12.0. Homer SeweU. Winter tractive terms. ;a tar104 E. Jefferson. COCOA BEACH-( Broker 27 W. Washington
Well tors. Washington St. m.k d.t with Cab.ul I cash balance 1. a4 years. Mr. I 83 Broker 349 N. rtoTr : It lots. Meal for Summer cottage i 8. Dottve.
SECTION 101 .
NORTHEAST 5106. 1 Realtor. Met.l 581. I Tlgner, grove specialist with J. P. I II BEVERLY SHORES-Yoa will never Park e18.HOJPUTY. HIGHWAY -240 ft. on high Investment. 8250 OP. C. B. Davit I,6t; (412.DCPARTMENT

itructed1OO1U frme CO-I : ARX TWO beautiful mi- Mating 145 N. Main: 5809. regret building your new home in way. Beautiful rounds with two Realtor 104 X. Jefferson. 2-1649.
I. with extra lara *. THE Lake Lancaster I this beautiful section. Buy your lot'I apartments and one four room bun-; :I

f porch etc. garage. have been on reduced in price. ta. I CONWAY SECTION Con In: I I now while choice homesltes are ava.1 FARM-Just 3H gaiow. Completely and nicely furnished. DAYTONA BEACH-Fine brickIng bullt- : STORE Small Neat-
floor About obal block 132 8. : phone acre bearing srore. 2 .cre young.A I able. Walter Rose mis Limit 5-room I Exceptional opportunity to I on Main St. near the beach.
Broker i
J like. Priced at lo quick saleor ri SUBURBAN 2 RN- 6977.Moss. )a comfortable home on proprJ I 49 M. eWiy Orwln e Manor of- '. 1 acres land. some very rich 1 I built five or six cottages la a tropical 3 stores and 4 apt*. Grossing $9000 I i bf town. Clean Inventory. Bines
i let UI submit 70 offer. Set Go. I I 14.:0 Jones wltl U. Me II i iI flee 3356 N. Ave. I elderbr muck land. 12 chicken setting and frontage It excellent for annually. 120.000 cash. Balance at force sale C. B. Davis, Realtor: 104

f Bras Unity C. 19 E ,New .concrete block bungalow. Living MODERN TILE ranch house. 3 I I 132 S. ; phone 697. I II brooder bouses laying business of almost any kind. Price is S% Norman & Arthur Hamilton. I, X. Jefferton. 2-1649.

; ,e. Ph. 2-3155. .G. ctt kitchen. 2 bedroomsand bedrooms 2 b.ths_ .tile fontroulh0t I I I fRiP Creek. I house, .t. Large aal arbor fruit :I 825.000 with terms. No phone infernation. ;j Realtors. 608 Main St._ DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT Good
en GROVE 23 Heavy producer 83500.
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garage.100toot s.rr acres tree*, shade I See Mr. Folsom with Harold :
3 bedroom lot b.t road lake. To sold plot. Owner want | extra large trel. Valencia ..rir What do you tnk See clgn. Frank te. Fredrick tr. I Shepherd Realty Co. 20 E. Washing-j I DAYTONA BEACH. FLA. Fine new i i equipment tow rent sood lease
NORT-P dining I furnished if t Get te b location M. 3. MOK*. Broker, 13 S Main; oranges and crlfrl. Warm spot I II Moore. Broker 53 N. Westmoreland I 1.0.. Dial 8186. 18 i inn i sundries store. A-l location near'I 1 S mile north of Orlando aa Main

hom. with range and price w.ntP phone 6977. i Produces 1.0 t 1.00 Iona You Dr.. phone 9720.DUBSDREAD j, I the beach. Excellent lease. Only (12.- Highway 441 at intersection of Bear
room, kitchen CM J ') can't so Mr. HIGHWAY 17-92-Close In on Orlando j & Arthur Hamilton. Lake Rad. Price 83750. Ertic S
built grade Norman
39 500 complete.
RUSH Here's a 140.0. sec-
Law cor -
I aD electric rfrlertr. Price I Han Bros. Aecir,. Realtors. 112 N. 5-room. frame. Tile A Stewart with Harold d RealtyCo. Large CUTY CUB easy j LAKE FRONT-Home and 2 guest i I 1frrr cLof three apart- ; Realtors. 608 Main St. "Phone .I Drive In. Owner on premise after
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lot. ld.pd. Orange Ave. Phone 5189. fruit. Above bat i ., 20 E. Washington si. Phone Fay Iwa.. 1S paid I cottages or : rental cot mentt. Owner says 29. __ I 5 p.m._ _ _
reduced to (1.0. p I f.n & 10.0.. 5124. for when building materials become tages. dl o.\f for income I Winter Income 8240 per month excla-! i EAST-Lake Lola section-8 apartment
118
thr C.Jb.nb Wet EAST 'COAST-S room sun i
Ion Fek I calf '. available. Property in this high for recuperation 1 sive of owners prtment. 50 ft. on 1I i shade. Facin completely furnished $449:00
8188 ; 2 lots excellent
One Dial GROVE acres fine bearing; 3H section i* bound to Increase a : I home. 17 It acres In grounds I highway. Price 815.000. See Mr. Pol- ; coastal m mouth income in perfect co.*-

cral t live I Orlndo.NORTyner SUBURBAN T W pAR--1 are young trees; modern 3 bedroom ia value Buy today ahead of :! 100 bearing elr. trees. Wonderu I: sum with Harold I Shepherd Realty Co. plaza$4JOO.ta Phone ocean.2.(1331.Near highway.I_ I j, lion his I* one of the better *partuent .
20 E.
I ar Oem-lk home; garage with laundryroom We have some soil for DUfr. Nearly ft I Washington St. Phone 5124. I!, balidiaga Owner leaving city
Must sell handsome I SPEALCoe Icre.a. buUu I lake. cbek this today I IGeorgia "FRONT HOME and Income and will appreciate your offer Frank
1.n : storage room: chicken house right on the I HIGHWAY !
Corner with house that lt .ol cura I 17-92-Tourist court New New Smyrna Beach.
507 Metcaif
four-acre grove a von ; 7186. on beautiful creba. Realtor Building;
I .
ShIler.
and road 6 mile Water and R.ltr
paved
: on ; gas I cOttage with
two '
in. walking I additional rental :
(6500. appropriatelyand easy rn. 1 Sacrifice: .
lot. 67100. Paved & I crowns dlst.ne.Sp.clou of 5000 box yield Paved. Carrtgan tc Boland. Owners.Carrigan three modern apartments. pfaon 2-1716
from city.
: C. P. Shumway, Ratr 10 N. Or, which eI :: artistic slid at i, type 8-ro.house l-tr Melurrne.n -! good hear Price 822400. Terma. Bldg. 672 N. Orange; 2- LAKE FRONT-Kew 2-bedroom home. I I snits.300-ft 97-ft deep. Also frontage adjoining on highway.property' for quick sale only 115.500.frontage.88400 FILLING STATION-U. S. No. l"

ange 2-3282. I comfort property comer. Easily lare Ask for Paul Hardman with Mirtte 4551: evenings. 22534. j tile batb. 2-car since. L.t I I with 100-ft. lake frontage. Total cash required 100' ocean Close to business district. 93. C.
: 3iiii'iSIDE-Kew. clean and (31400.00 will please e most discerning convr I Williams. Realtor 21 W. Washington each. I on a large and very fine Price 815.000. C P. Wire or write O. A. Weatherton. own B. Davis Realtor; 1** E. Jeffersen.
ne.t who wants to be out of the duplex. Also 2 .p.r- EAST SIDE-12 lot 10 at 8400 lte. 'I Ebumway, Real- Ocean and 18th St.. New Smyrna
good looking: larce Int Oneator; ito now rented with room I St Phone 8106. I 2 at 8500 This token in :i The tour hOle sets back among tor. 140 N. Orange: 23282. er. 2-1649.
city. Call Beach. Fla. _ _ _
2-bedroonj O'Har..More R.lt about 200 ft from the lake
concrete construction. I 2-2380 109 I IS more. A real bargain in home and block, 84000 for all Parrlsh Real Kittle. te .1' FROZEN CUSTAR BAR for sae.
home homer nelbbrbo. $8950. j ; Pne. income Completely furnished 36 E. Pine: lwlndl down INCOME PROPERTY-About 2 block OCEAN FRONT HOUSE New two for
i fun 2-166 : I Excellent opportunity coupie
prop"r. HOME of < from North fur-
2-
; tBURBAN-Completely furnished AN ORV- beach well with Orange Avenue on East bedroom. masonry construction
terms. 18I for immediateoccupancy. ,
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1 E. RobInson:e 1-3783. I bedroom frame home. Oak floors I Price reduced from 823.000 .- I O srm furnished O1ENCOE ON LAKE KILLARNEY cypress tr<. About land' tide. A very spacious S-bedroom house 1 ii nlshed electric kitchen hardwood or one person. Season lust transferred.starting.
I Exclusive corner tot: lakeview. Immediate pos'-I Exclusive with I I home. 'U.O. M. Reflex Large lots wit city water and on paved r.d not far from Winter I i on 75-foot Jot excellent for guest floors throughout. Putt basement. Owner* husband being

j :ORT-ECONA laundry. session. Excusiv.It Wilbur ; t 119.0.. Uon; 118 E. with Herman ., Broker sideatlks but city taes Adequate Park. 1. Harlow G. Fredrick. 118 bouse. 812.500 good term Jamer I 813.500. Second house South of To- See aod buy this bargain today-3687K.
: 1675. .
; '41 bllt. 3-bedroom. many closets distinctive Strclnd Brlker 2 Church; I inson;I- 23753.SACRIFICE RbI 677 N. Orange; 9855. ing. Priced restrictions as low for as 8525.fn.D N. Orn. Dil 818. son tad Carter, Realtor. 70 1. Central. '' ronlta approach Wilbur Dayton Orange Btoaaom_Trail._ _

I 20 Driv I Phone A. T. Carter 9516. Beach. Fla. _ GROCERY-Two good corner build
featureS Bet bay. 11.0. 1675. I I HOME-GROVE. LAKEFRONT out Turn wen Orlando j C.
ta. ftreeU CilJbauth.
of 2 paved -
Get it quick thru R.ltor, I sURBA-Pre 4-room bun acres land. 400 ft on lake about Avnue Fairbanks look for 'LAKE FROST-Big Lake Falrvlew FOR SALE BY OWNER-Choice lot. | ings.. Realtor. Metcaif Bid

Metealf Bide.NOTT. cottage. 150 for quick sal*. Large new 7 acre producing grove. This is a I ou Sign. Rex-Mcl Realtors. U LAKE FRONT-Several ao houses bedrooms. 2 baths. 170 ft. I 1 Gulf front near Tides Hotel. Red-i
blocks of' heavy beating fruit trees chickenruns tile bath bungalow. ., real buy aUSlO.OOO. only (6500 rash. Orange AY. 4147. and many on lake Just aIm.h. Build eotuges for Income Inrton Beach high class restrIctedesidentlaI ; GAS STATION-With sandwich shop.

iEON of best etc. Priced for Immediate sale. : 5rom porch garage laundry George Painter with Asher Peter I HARVARD AVE.. near Edgewaten Outside City Limit See I.,' in the bill oak gro,*. 4 acres oaks. Ipalms section. 75 ft. by 240 ft. AIM beer and wine license. On
pst omc. with King Real Estate Screne 70 E. Central: 20786. 1 with Bette Co. Phone Golf heavily traveled State highway. Ha
siding. 3 Call Mr. Mowrey : tot Lake own- Realtor close to new section. Reasonable Inv.tment 2 citrus and lake front. 2 miles I'Below market value.

Tarnished, a baths: Price bdrms. I ."3 L Cuch 83"n Sun- e rm I.rr. prylele 1 I INDIAN RIVER GROVX West Of I : call 2.318.busnea Washington Phone 11. 'I from Orlando. Make an offer. C. S.Emerick Beaches 69825.VACATIONERS. __ 6 bath.bedrooms Only 85500 for tourist down upstairs balance and sot

Ann Goodwin with Herman Goodwin day. down buy 2- I I Beach. 20 1331 trees. Realtor; 610 N. Orange : t. Daytona Beach j
Vero acres. KALEY AVE. Lot near Dvlaney. monthly. A. C. Golden. Broker 1121
Inc.. Broker 677 N. Or.nl 98SS. I SUBURBAN-bus and ltrs L FN-5, outside city U-' 1-3 aeles Irapefrlt 2-3 nlene.s. 850. Frrris Dr. Paving sewer, i I LAKE dock FON.cre with boat i 1348. ,: VIa Reasonable rates at Riviera N. Orlando Av Near Malt md

NORTHEAST SECTION Nothl 2-o acre its. For details call Mr. Smith aces nal. Ares.D t Rarhn Ave. Corner .1e Iot. lb. for fish- LAKE LUCERNE.-$25 per month 'for downtown annex. 154 First Avrau \' Underpays Winter Park. Open Sun.
w.l. 185.
Mr. Bryant Ing
X. Price $30. Broker, 21 8. Main. camp very ran.bl. JohnstonltcnryBroker Beautyrett bed*, electric Ian*. Phone
down for I ll Burch rood drainaxe. free Heavy Lake Hour Glass one room and bath and kitchenette '
: "Broken H.nr. sandwlche
: t with I 1. lot 6 St. GRILL-Serving beer and
r.m ,
ments *55 recom Ic. hammock soil surrounded by fine p vln*. Churb furnished.No vacancies). This I* 2491. ._
It.75 e".1
I 2-109. I I Lt. 1.0. wine. 82.500 cash. Includes living
N. Orange:
three- I 677 185. C. B. MAITLAND acres In crave, clone '
this Sam
mend groves. $1375 per .cr. Dns C. 2 abe of the rentals in this 8 unit BUNGALOW and garage apartment.Furnished. 2578 E. Robinson.GROCERYMARKET .
toedroom. two-story home: large living WINTER PARK-"One beautiful i I Realtor: 104 E. Jefferson. LAKE FRONT Beautiful Lake Mabel In. Fine building apt"S. cash. apartment facing this beautiful lake. Horn and Income. 819 quarter
dining withbreakiast One of those hard- t Stripling with M. -Hlc* and clean.
Lake Virginia.
room rm Itbel I GOLDEN HAS down. I Shores. Eastern exposure sloping MO. Theiart four one room and bath N. Atlantic or Box 202 Coronada. New
porch buncalow.completely I15 132 S. phone $ Doing excellent budne Yea
to-find lakefronU. Frame
I, room LAKE: COUNTY Bearing I0-acre plot 300 to 600 feet 100 to 165 M.ln and kitchenette and four two room i Smyrna Beach. _
and dep. in this if
downstairs three-bedrooms b.t fursed. w.lt1 dis I Loren Ave.-Winter Park. 3 bedrooms I grave, good crop set. Grapefruitand I lake front riparian NEAR CITY-Grove. old tree 8 and bath and kitchenette. Six art I wolud be interested yw
U& oak Ilr tbulbt t.nc to Rln. Prr. large front Valencia tree rights. White sand fu Private I acre*. 6 room modern bungalow. furnished. Visualize the future possibilities -I 158. Real Estate Wanted_ j! knew Uw roll detail On of tke
this aren- Plre. 11.0.0. I.k.
lane. Write Box *
in town. LEa
Betty Broker. Nice condition, 1 beet locations
I of
lt.Pe 8. Tent EvM. ed porch. house lots. Onr I Harlow G. Fredrick. roads. 30 minutes from 11.5n this property when at |
before you Moffat K.Fine Winter Park. 6i!_. No city taxes. A. C. Glden: Dial 8188. 18 on paved highway. Beautiful Lake j 6-acre grove trel. these rental the gross revenue i* I i APARTMENTS Duplexes homes.I i iI tla. and will give an infennaOea.

with O. P. Swope. Realtor. 6 WINTER PARK Close to high I $.9.. 1121 N. Orlando Av. nea I orlne'l 350 or more acres of fishing near city (10.5. terms. Sam 43400 per year. The prICe. for quick I I groves businesses. List with u
: 812. school and chopping renter. Brand Maitland Undera Winter P.rk M.bl. and swimming. See or writ I Johnson Co.. 208 W.ln sale U (25.000. Fred Garrels. Broker; for quick action. C. W. Walter j profit. Good lease. Good buatnea

NORT BIDS Not too bad 6-room new cement block. 2-bedroom bungalow Open Sunda. LEFON HOM and Delmare (Radio Nick) Nicholson P. ORLANDO GARDENS Five acre 118 E. Central Ave..Phone 8561.- I Realtor._672 N. Orange: Good location. Good stock. Geld
lro bungalow on an extra large 1 with hardwood Boom; bath with I heavy be.rn O. Box 441. Orltndo. with 4 room home. Owner BUNGALOW LISTINGS- O6..ize.; I' equipment. Complete Meat display
Large screened ph tub and screened sun porch: grove. 2-bedroom home: 400 f. I' offer for quick sale w.nt NEW ENGLAND 299-322 Colored. in case new fresco food cabinet new,
ernr Ie ahower on witin
water. Excellent attached 1-ar large lot I I tiful l.k frontage. 14.0. terms LANCASTER pAK-10 ft corner leaving for McKelvey, Real the square In Winter Park. Out rf I Priced to sell. Prospect i ii ,I II vegetable display cooler general refriserator.
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Nt .r.c A BEAUTIFUL HOME in Uew.trHelbt. orange ft. I.k Norh. town owner **y* liquidate 6-room i Wilbur Strickland Broker 23
(extra ground available) Va-! 50x220. This completely Louis Brokr Wash tre. 18. 15 Esute. E. scales cash register neat
aU. aor Dlve. .
: with cash. and another Beerlr frnt. Mos __6 and 3-room house. Terms possible.! Church:: 6675. stAll.
: $3,500 $750 I furnished at (7500 with very ington: 150. I I grinder etc. Sacrifice price
'eant pe with Sammie terms. Owner must sell lbrlll we can recommend. 84 12 phone I ROUTE NO. 15-18 are excellent Fred Garrets. Broker. 118 E. Central; ', GROVE-30 to 60 acre warm. A-I term See W. L Hall with BardS

I Cal Alc. JeoT 4. Fa I Jamerson and Carter Realtors. Prices are reduced. M. J.. Moss Brok- I LAKE CONWAY-Wsterwlrh Drive. I land. Including aroY. six- phone 8561. Sunday 4328. i I Owner or broker write private Shepherd Realty Co. 20 X. WashSMtor. -
dso Realtr rol er. 132 S M.I: phone 6977. 90 ft lake by 222 ft Oak rom home. furnished: chicken "reoniicodtlon > Excellent part,. Box 487 SStar.i 5124.
: 47. Central Phone A. T. (Buster) Carr WINTER PARK-Home and grove of front OSCEO1A: ST. S.-Guest home. _ _.6t. Phone
I BEST 2bedroomand .1 shade trees. 3 from town. CaU : deep water well One I !
ORLANDO return investment New i
i iI 9516. BU I highest quality. Home has 4 large mie. of the best country homes we on GROVE3-HOME3-BUSIKESSES GROCERY and Meal Market-Weft
I LIMITS-$ room bun, WINTER three I sleeping : newly I bedrooms living dining room owner. 2.455.LKEFRT seen: McKelvey h.v Central. furniture and clean as a pin. See your property with aggressive [, equipped. Cheap rent. $25 monthly
NORT. .C I PARK-Wel but dining frIhe. price 89750: your terms. I I library .rom. lot 85 feet on 8 Mills: i 12.5. 6 E j this at 125.000. Mr. Boestlrr with Brokers. Chenault it Jennings. Inc. See it. then we can deal. Owner has
endUon 5.0.
I Can& ao pre. I brom bt.kitchen. .1 Oar.c I By .Pllt. : veni slightly ::dn10deresT of I Stree 2 feet deep Lake Etate.StBUBA" Henry Burch Broker. 12 S.gMain.. 672 N. Orange Ave. Phone 7234. I i other business must sen. Roper Real

: ready for Immediate occupancy. : laundry. Basement with fur.r. melt Sunday and Monday I and productive teea. PU Emerald ItneCD bus line 2-1090. HOUSE WL'tTED-We hare prospect ty. Church and Main. 2-3433

W. B Bridges with J. C. ; 10.000 cash or easily f n I Copeland Drive. P. P. Web ; gladly given it I nice oak shade ucelfnt latlon HOME--m Acres )nel ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL One' for modern 5 and 6-room home GROCERY-MEAT MARKET-By owner -

Reao.29 W. Washington St. Phne Coma to 360 Edlngburgh Dr. We will I er. Broker. dr.li with Swid. Lotus Oeeslin. Price $2350.00 tera I I Lw :home n ta1r Winter I block on the Trail Cabin ot I; If your house I* for sale can Allen I II Call 9591 Monday.
1881 show yon. Mr*. B. G. HenkeL I Realtor. 143 N. Main; dial 2-1464. (25 month Frank Gordon, 64 E. rooms. Ideal trailer site. b cottages already built : Johnson. Realtor 140 N. Orange:
I Centrl. nursing home. 15.0.HarI 24 tots In all. Sacrifice. 18500. 61ar'ton. 8612. "SpecUBnnr In Home- GUEST MOUSE on U. S. 441. Cue
HAS I low O. Fedr\k UI N. DUI Realtor. 32 E. Pine; 6651.RISTAUIIANTS&everal I acre large bearing fruit trees
.NORTH 8WE-On. of best do.n tOOTh In Interlaken
our IU5 LAKE
,. 3 W PAR-Hrr'l your oppor GOLE I FONT I I 818$. I I Room to build. $104)00 turned

has lust been Conveniences: restricted. nice Orant
dro home r tuDtT valencias and I HOUSES WANTED-We have 1 1'W- Owner. Phoae 2562 Apopta.
ivtt.nt 20-year-old
lo Balance monthly ACRES .
Kentucky Ave. S i
K.Colonial
I 508
dued Qulcl aal. This home A limit I Nydegger Inv. Co. Ave. location Close In. Starting peelS for 2. 3 and 4-bedroom :
1 lo.t coutrct in the city
tne
truly b.utu call M. building New block 3-bedroom house. Fire j' Pall Bro.n. Dr.: dial 8065.LKFONWT SUBURBAN -4 miles out Pne, at 85500. Mr. Potter with Herman homes in good locations. Can W. B. GROCERY STORE. Meat market.
& place. No city taxes. Immediate occupancy. In ood crowing 12.5 I I road: electricity. station. Low overhead petting
Rton fining
Goodwin Inc. Broker 677 N. Orange
5mt 1t Henr J"uc above. Plenty room J. t aid* h01. ; ; I Nicholson Realtor 2-1619; 14 E
wit ap.rm.nt Price 85400. terms. Stripling I. acres of good I
,. wth Mr. Told I 9855. better than 8100 weekly profit.Terms.
I.n
I of Stat U42/
1 2-109. epnin. owner A. C. Golden. Broker.: 121 N. Orlando t Broker. 132 S. phone 6977. I.Ve road: i Hmton X. I IIn Main St.LiSTINGS. t Johnnie's Grocery. Tstt. Fla.
ORWIN MANOR-Here is a ultramodern l good grove. For full I Ave., (Near Underpass I I' I 875O each. Box 478 i I It's 15 Rbi I II RESTAURANT pump and Jiving -
particular tee Hattie Williams. ACRES Close In.regular box : GROCERY STORE and Meat Market
3-fcedroom concrete S 1.0 quarters. A money-maker for ,
blot ). Winter Park. Open LAKE FRONT-Lot in restricted sec WANTED-Homes grove
bungalow located on large lot. Realtor. 2 W. Washington &1 Suda. : producer, aU Parson Bro.n and Price low for quick sale. I i SBURAN-ro house and 11 I'I'I the wise. 814.500. See this now. VeeVn rentals. Let .11 help yon sell your I II -Also gas oil pump Living ewrter -
Master bedroom has private I Phone Valencia down. 2-1518. .n C i I .c. 1.1. fine for gardening Hoten. with Clyde McKenzie *. partly furnished. Reason for
112 '
1.0 Ball Bros. Agency 74Orenge.
b.t 7665. _ _ _ I property. '
and flowers
!
full tile bath with shower I bulb.et Al bailoings 12 S. VUln. Phone 2-4775. telling owner in ill health. Located
dial 5189.
2 bedrooms. 10 1n 3 500 box pro NORTH SIDE-City 8100 and of Oriedo. Chatuota Read.Can
ether Has screened 1 ACEo Iot. down II t .. 100' lost out oa
sun porch: tiled patio Ive WASHINGTON ST. E.-Spacious 2- dl" 8oraeeL Wit or (10 month Ready Ca i chickens. 4 brer. Icul.t. Pln i iI RESTAURANT-WeU equipped with I LISTINGS WANTED-dint* walline. 2761. Ortedo. Fla.
,' 2-car built-in ate GOLDEN HAS IT-$1250 down. I fne home. Will teror Owner. 808. ty fruit, I 3-bedroom apartment above. Block I E. P. Siayton. Realtor 32 E .
laBe story home In choiceneighborhood. on building 2 year old. Strategic location. INVESTORS WANTED-Several to
1 lo.td part payment I I i electric pump. About 4 from Pine St.. phone 6651. ,
, trays. thl beautiful modern 3 bdom 2 : w. .PPI a la Ridge section. PALM TERRACE-Beautiful buildingsite Orlando. mi.U Enjoying good business. C. B. organize small factory la Orlando.
c home. Price It.0. terms. .me b.t modern kitchen Apopka Hwy.-New 2-bedroom house g-Stsr. : lake view and lake fronts'' &.5. terms. Stewart il Davis. Realtor 104 X. Jefferson. I Wood and metal ty*> gift and boms-
son and Ca.Ratl 70 .. nicely and completely Breezeway. Oar.r. Lot 150x120 ft1 i Owner. Box 48. Attractive prices. Carl Tegdzr Devel- with Shepherd Realty Co. -1649.. .1I hold Kerns. 825.000 capitoL Write

, tral. PhoD A ut Carter. furnished a or unfurnished Only $4250. ter. 10 ACRES-3500 box producer. Marsh oper. 31 N. Orange: 2.41 20 E. W hntol St. Phone 5124. I LISTINGS WANTED-We have awaitIng F. O. Box 242. Arcadia. PI*.
I 11.0
I 9516. I II for Fredrick. 118 A.. C. Golden 1121 N. i seedless and 30 yrs. old, Park SUBURBAN HOME-ACRES New I STORE BUILDING AND GARAGE list for desirable proper- '
13.'S. lando Ave.. (Near Maitland Valencl SETWnea f modern S Apt.-Both for 86200. Half do..n.'See I ties. Rocs Kay Broker. 1
Anderson
I N. dial I rooms and home I'
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I
ORWIN MANOR-Att.ctve J- O.nl. 118. Winter Open or-I I Near Lbon. SSta. I.s b.t Eldrtdte Ham Pine Castle.
Sld.T.OPE I In community and 375 K. Orange; 6823.
room house. "i'a t lv i Orlndo.- I pas P.rk 10 GROVE-Large trees or 145. B. Dvi Realtor; : P 10 good land. l.re Sar 1 j MANUFACTURING BUSINESS Established.
with fireplace. of I ACE I i I Only one ef It* kind hi
< p'i : and 15 additionalat handled
I acres with only $1000 cash balance STORK BUILDING-Practically new.
. II :
closet 11 I !
WINTER PARK-Several I Phone Knowles- I' Central Florida. On man can handle.
C. Terms. Owner. WINTER PARK (Lake
me nr. rent Owner Investment
I porch. FOR INSPECTION-Just out $.9. lk leaving state I About 9% net return on ,
the buy ss.sse. See Mark
\ lawn 2-.r lrn. .JUr For : best : city cozy 5-room. I 2562 .Appka Temple Drive section). Prospective and priced sell Ask for Mr. I Due to Increase In lease. will LISTINGS WANTED Homes. Price oady
shrubbery frle ket r Attractive f h i ian should see t I SALES with Lout Geestto. Realtor. 143 H.Malm .
al t. builder
: : I home Busch
I further details se .1. .. Brokers with d 2 bath frame, insulated house; electric e: 20-ACRK GROVX-On 30-acre tract Park tot*, as low with Sam Hutehin. 409 8. i show over 10" net return after first groves farm and tot. You my< 2-1464.
I choice Winter Ortnre. .
these 2'0583.SUBURBANB
t I 235 N. Main .7559. I private bath rernr.tor; close to bus : What Is a grove worth that 295. 1 3 down. balance in small ,' of yer. 127.000. term W. B.thoI depend on our experience for correct I.
, ORWIN MANOR. Near-Nearly new all electric kitchen, large arne I ltre.Corfr and Terrace Drv. from 7.000 to 10.000 boxes monthly as Utilities avail room and sleeping son. Realtor. 14 S. Main 2-1619. I handling of telling detail: our morta.lre
I frame brick a porch. 2-car garage guest bous. Conway. V.c.nt SS I prouce for .10 years? Has I p.yment. Carrlgaa & porch. l-cre good garden soil I loan increase our selling power
_ bUU.low Itt. of land. 346 terms. Mike Flower, and lies lake. able. A wn Itlfr. I Artless: palms: chicken propertyon MACHINE SHOP-CeraBtete. Including -
dandy II IIi assorted fruit Brotr. 3 paved road frontage on Bcland. Inc.. Bldg. houses and SMALL HOTEL-Downtown : M-Nutt-Heasley, Realtor 15 W.
North-must cell this week. caned Can Sam Wright with DavId'' Main. Phone 5529. A fine Irrigation system with .Iuml-I 672 N. Orange: 2-4551. run*. 84400. l; ch. balance 125 splendid east side two block I Washington St. 20 in. Mecaba weWer.Letah; portable duty
duced to $ 81.500 cash balance : Andrew Realtor Winter Park 659 WHEN LOVE and skill work together I num sprinkler pipes. I excellentcondition I per month. Furnished. 15.000. Mr 'from Orange Ave. Seasonal Income D. C. Llnce heavy ahft-
terms. Ton.8r"d better hurry. PARK-Outstanding buy expect a masterpiece. One of the I with Urge 2 NICELY LOCATED s ft tots near Nune with Herman Goodwin. Inc.. I show good return on price-'-840.000. House drill press 6 eteetrie meters:
: TOURIST COURT Guest
: several sise
for or *
10 Both teoa.
WIT aatdelr I II bus terminal and Broker. 677 I : lag; 4 In. eyebeam ;
Orlando. W N. Orange Reese with O'Harra-Moore
Cadmus P. 145 Suburban Com nicest two house I have miles from atrs Ave. 985$ Call Fred
berl wanted frcm In Central Fior-I iI Prey. 118413th
j wlt. M.ttx c.t Homes 1 550. W. A. ; 4950 owner many other Item Tape
i Main; $ ___ furnished : buna- had the e. *offering. LocatedJust I I for 818400. bdusn. wit CourtneyRealty Cheney Highway: SUBURBAN-About 8 mile from 2.0836: 109 E. Pine. I Ida. Small acreage with some fruit I Ii St. St. Cto 4. Fla., on Highway
ORANGB BLOSSOM TRAIL N'I low. Eletr Ithen aa l.tem. a few minutes drive from the : 393 2-247.1 274.3ACRE town Oft white sand bottom lau TOURIST COURT-No. 1 Highway 3 I on main highway. Garnet Eith.Tpmpkinsville. 192 at Texaco Station and Leach
J oil city Modern HIGHWAY lot facing 300 f. .ith ya65-foot frontage and I double cottages -room apsrvwient 1 '
riparian i Ky. Box 161. l
masonry built home. Deep lot fror elt lmltl Ecelent nelhbrho ,,30 ACRES-Temples and V.lnd. I II 17 and 200 on Room. _
Winter I f. rUba. Approximately 400 feet Completely equipped restaurantwith ; .
Bu a@rlre.
ft. wide. Splendid Prk t-.r la.ce. b I eTer rpt 'I front Orance deep.
I offer.
fronta1 made large lot*. naon.ble' Lke lake Kathryn. Owner w.nt Modern 2-bedroom home beer and wine Also ga* station.
86500 with of Int.Pamelt h.nde. Rcalr I Ii furnished
D te $ per acre. C.nnaICh Our sign on property Mm. I 1.11 electric FOR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION and
fruit Immediate terms on kitchen. with tile
pos b.lale 83SO Nicely furnished cottage
;
Jim M. 0. Pe ea boy
Imed.to pl0n.Realtor term1 I aol t. tues for North. cott V. Steele. Broker. 2-108 i t 4308. Broker. 132 8. Main; phone 6977. I adjoining 2D2- merson aid Carte. I baths. Approximately 22 acre ef land I results list your property with'I MOTOR COUB-Ooe af Ortoad**

'wU. wit Main: 2-0786. I 188. See Roger Brndl wit 45 West Central Avenue. I I CONTACT C. B. DAVIS for grove SO FEE on W. Concord at N. Wit I I Realtors.51 L Central. Phone A. '. : with 459 ft on highway. This court Martie Williams.. Phone Realtor 8106. 21 WWashington. bt w CIOM la. a** crowded.fow.-

Fred .. Broker. An. ACQUIRE THIS nice apartment la the famous Indian River district morl.nd. (500. M. 3. Mos Carter, $. provides view of Indian River and Kitchenette Whelp priced at
H.l
Neat 1:0 u -
OBWIN MANOR SON Winter 342. Well X. ; phone 3& ACRES. I ha plenty of room for trailer camp 000 with sort term No pboxt >
2 Pr. house for a carefree old age. 104 3efenn 2-14t. 12 1.11 ei7. I home-Move in furnish with
modern I WANTED TO BUT 10-20 olI I formattoa. Ore PtteWr Aajer
broma. and additional cottages. Price 131.000ca acre
lots irrigated fenced 3-BEDROOM. all furnished horn on I located In good condition. Always 100 F. blalea lot on X. I d-r. East on Curry Ford Rd. 1 Realtor 70 X. CeMrst 2-6786.
TAT with Mr. Folsom with I first-clan bearing Give tilldetaits Peter.
te Exclusive-
rented. at for Sale Intersection. ui4ls East of trove.
chicken house with cement corner tot with 2 garage apart Pied 118.0.0.$.400.0 Acreage St. I Goldenrod Ro.d. OlictARE I' t
for. in rear. House may used will I 153. best value at 2500. ens. Tlbblt. Harold Shepherd Realty Co. 20 X. in first letters. H. P. Bolnd.I
84250 good terms. bun- melt la the heart of b !I V. Steele. Broker. Dial 2-1008. 45 BARTON LAKE-38 on Highway Stripling I 0. 3. Broker I YOU LOOKING Washington St. Phone S124. I I Realtor. Carritan Bids. 673 N. Or-
nest ae. Mo for
,ea Pco. SoMoer land. *3.0. 5 this today. Orl.nc West C.ntra. I IS and to lake 132 a. Main: phone 697. I home en .a a country TOURIST COURT-S modern units. I aftce:_dial_2..SS1. NIGHT CLUB-Lwch. beer wise and

IoU.o.ad Clyde McKensne. 12 8. LARGE 2 BEDROOM frame house and I 5000. M. J. Moss. Broker. 132 8. 'i BLOCK 12 LOTS-Buy risht. $5000. large 3 Ula :iDl4 ..roo-in 1 First class. U. 8. Highway. Price''I REE APPRAISALS your home daacla Living quarter LOSE

9. block Bungalow right uptotheminute. Main. Phone 2-4775. I 30'36' concrete building on threw Main: phone 6977. Good 1.tn Claybaugh Realtor. room. k1'0"- wide bathroom. Elec (25.000. some terms. Mr. Potter withHerman I We will give you an estimate free I least Address Box 410 S-SUr.
Bum-in $20.0OO-Good income. in city. garage. I I tricity available. Completely' remodel- Goodwin lac.. Broken 677 j of charge on the current market ORANGE AVXrTOK CAFt-Ompletely
'etus I 11an Dubl. .acres very )et.lf I
Lk. Fr CONWAY N. Orsnte 9855. value of your property. No chUgstion. -
SECON-0 ed. ; equipped: doing Swod
Own- Approximately and nicely
14S. some ter. Ihe Well lo.tee 83500 doo. balae le fine paved road I BETTER BUY NOW for that future I 300 ft. oa lake. Ph 7811. Win. Mathew with
& for a home.I Ts buy er. Phone lnd : Excellent fishing. 10 acre of land.aU business good lease owner celled
TO..i ta ra. lme prce. aG frontage midst of plenty home. Near Princeton School box 3. Daniel Kolar. Broker.
aC\1t. fenced. NOW is'I North. far sefllnc. Fr q tck
COURT SITES a
any price or loca Bldg. I Landscaped yard. Insured TOURIST reas
I Clnbul RARE 2-room 125 8950. East
I to corner
tem new reduced ; :
from $ up .high a you Da 51. BARAI. $250 couue. Price Wheeler 3. 15.0. tr. N.Main 60x140: 720 E. V.ndebit I tttle. 10 U Innceu.m Orlando In the time to prepare yourself for I CUSTOMERS WAITING for homes 'I sale price reduced from 88460 to
tOD to go. palred dow. Orange .It W.tox. 15 11.05. .LYnt.S Est 85750. (2000 I the coming winter. No doubt we will and Income properties. List your 85400 terms-ao had better harry
3330 140 Near
\ E. P. Siayton. Realtor. 32 I Total 115. S I : 509. -I I Ii &: 11.20. O. ShoL, ; down. balance like rent Shown Sat. have mere visitors this coming season I today Lockwood Associates 60 W If* a real boy. Mr. Sana*** with
E I Blossom T.I. 175. DM Bro and Sun. I had Robm OB: phone 21574. J. F. Mattw. 145 N Mate: S8w9.
6651. .Ia.O. ; HOME SEEKERS 'i CITRUS-120 acres between Lake ker. 6 N. : 2-1269. I: Phone owner 4549. than we have for many ;: '
ORLANDO ROAD .I ATON NICE 2-BERM home. Delaney- Sheen (Southwest side and South I year and I .m,prepared to offer rOIl i ire i SELLERS BUYERS-See Clarbto.h.
I home OARE 88.500 buy frame I Recent construction :Cake fronting on paved highway. BEAUTIFUL LAKE LOTS wit tree 56. Business Property for Sale I of the finest tourist court sites I I Realtor Metralf Bid. Phone 5613 i ORANGE AVTNTJE Retdy to Wear
.. Srom moer : H cash. i iI 8450 8 acres on road the full "
I For
bungalow I 19.M. BontI Surrounded by beautiful bearing ech. city. particular see same old ring slnte 23. Shop. Excellent tocattos attractive-
McKelvey, L attached .
I Ceut.l Rea coru lt t er with Henry close in: offer. T. Dumpy, Msrtte WlUUms. Realtor 21 W.Washlnston -_ .
garage and )Burch Broke groves. Warm spot See : I II I Broker. 4412. ., APARTMENTS 4 units furnished. ; i| long term lease. 811X00. Harlot O.Fredrick.
. Excellent furnishings brelw.r.1 Main: 2-1090. I I mar Radio Nick) hrlti.D Lars lot: owner apartment availble. ; 8106. 'I WANTED 1-one story J bedroom I Ill K. Oracle, Dial 5183.' .
-ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL--2 new COMPLETELY FURNISHED Large Box 441. Orlando. : LAKEFRONT LOT- Rental income I
tnt Venetian blinds JXCnn (160 per month bomB with at least IVi bath pref-
block houses Just South and of ready LittleVillage. to eaene kltch&*. Owner must tuor j I I prewar frame bungalow. 5 rooms: I I LAKE FRONT ACREAGX p n.1 i. Onl 11.5) on term in addition to owner apartment Of. TOURIST COURT-U. 8. No. 1 and ;' erably. 2. 2-thre. bedroom homes I ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL Jest

They are new if desired. priced accordingly Can StlmosonStaton. I 2 bcom sleeping porch. Paved and boating. 10 acres of land. Hi R. F. Bol.nd Bldg. fered at (1600 t, cash. Balance Indian River. New nicely furnished I with one or two bath Have pros' about the thotcest tract left.
move in. 86500. good Metcaif Bldg. Phone 5159. bus. store and school. I miles of city Brails. Including frame I 672 N. OTn.p: 24551. ('S per month. Herman Goodwin landscaped boat and outboard motor pects. Must be at market price Cal i i 338x400 ft. lover 3 acres). 600 ft.

Have electricty tr gar must sell. 170. terms White Bros-. Brokers country modern 6-room home and I CHOICE LOTS o beautiful Lk : !Broker 677 K' Orange; 9$*5 or Included. C. B. Davix. Realtor; 104 ', Moriarty with Joe G. Myers Realtor south of city limit M west side of

House watei. Good will buy.open all day I Mills: 2-18. I rmalt grove. Fine garden soil: shade.Price I Suxannah. 11.00. Other lot I II E. Jeffejrson. 2-1649. 8881.IISTINGS [ hiahwiy. Drive by-took it over.

,b 520. Suda.'Edur PLANTATION HOME city). *, 2 b.th (11.5. Terms. (5000 cash. thl desirable section as I APARTMENT HOUSE. furnished ': WEST CHURCH-W. have an eighty : iMy sign are en the property).
BUNOALW-
ROe B Olndo. f. 3 TP al porch I (100 Herman Goodwin lw a* 8400. Richard H. Kazaro. I seven units-
ORWIN )L&NOR-1355 Pelham R prches brom b.tb.Abut I garage: completely furnished with Brokr 677 N. Orange; 9855 R.alor 672 N. Orange: a-QT9Q. I Mtupled. No OPA celling. Good In usable house la which a business (ize, borne under 89.000. c. B. i olfer-will give extra good t.rda.

Modern 3 bdem nicely porch.PARK fu. hade 'wlt 2-car te and electric ranre water heater and re-lIn.666. ONE CITY LOT-SO X 130. Neu -Ka come. Priced right Owner lOa could be Initiated while or untila I Dsvis Realtor 104 X. Jefferson. 2- Asher Peter, Realtor, cor. Central

ed large ad. aeD shop. Owner tI.leaving must aa.n Price frigerator. In heart of downinwfOrlando. ON LAKE-3 acres perfect sand leT School and bus. 8300. Call Sanchez St.. Ocala. Fla. modern structure could be built at I 1649 or 7305._ and Main: 2-0786._

LAKE SECTION Vacant a $14.500. Ask for H-927. sl. V. 96 ft front. 120 McKee St beach near Orlando. Bargain 82.- BonfoiNO LOTS-Select your ho : APARTMENT or IU"' house N'I front. For a real investment to hold DONT LIST your property with me PIANO AGENCIES open la central

rom Spick and span home Copdlct. Rf.lor. 37 E. CentraL 6137. Ph. 4578. 1 interested. I 30. Good fishing. Claybaugh Real- t site now la the attractive e I have 3 new listings would like see this at 10.000.00.. CaU OHarra- unless you want to sell. Henry Florida on one at the Mt and

'furnished fV-tt .prment Real-Only NICE RESIDENCE business Phone 5613. I dread Country Cu section. Lot !'tolk about. S-prtment Moore. Realtors. 5539; lot E. Jine. 1 I Bur h. Broker. 12 S. Main: 2-1090. best selling lines. Mat bv diapiay

11s.Exclusive D Ider. located wit premier FOR IMMEDIATE SALE-By owner. : ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-I. 2>fc .II sizes. Co school bu* Ing: 1- -bed room house. Phone for WAREHOUSE -With modern office : space and seittag abUty. Box 476 8-

2.745. 4U.rr this section'of the state. 2-bedroora house on 2 tots: h.nd''! and 5-aere tracts nearest Orlando tores. reasonably. Cash er i information. C. R. Emerick. Realtor, and showroom also employes.partment. WANTED Income properties.Good Dur 1 Star. _ _ _
FINE CASTLE See this six-room somely furnished (8.925: each side. Priced term Jane Bro 235 N. 7559. Paved street and RR.Mint. piex. apartments. prospect PARTNERSHIP
Lakeview. everything that one could Development on I *. W.la I 2I Telephone 7348._ 1 I waiting Call quick. 5613. Same old WANTED-In a smAll
I
.home with Um large bedrooms en ask for. and at the same time make ed. .(7350.. 2224 E. Concord; phone I right with term Jim M. CaldweU "I APARTMENT HOUSE-5 units recently A real bargain at (22.000 ring since *23. That' Claytaauah. I! established alit or novelty stop.

150x150 lot with over thirty fruit a comfortable living from the business with Asher Peter, Realtor corner 5!. Country Property for Sale painted Inside and out. terms. 0H.. KiUredt Ac Sun Realtor. Mettslf Bldg. Capable in design and execwtlea. Best
tree*. Home sold partly furnished. that they could Install (4400 I Central and Main: S-O78S- I I New furniture. Average yearly Income Realtors 3-3176. I, I 1of character and financial reference
, 'Call Mr. Martin .with 0 P. Swope.O will handle. Exclusive with Prescott SUPER CLEAN-St Cloud. 6 rooms I ALTAMONTX SPRINGS There 3060 FT. WeU I! ACT NOW-LUt your country property | boa 466 S-atar.
I S1.80O plus owner' apt. Close to SQ. Open Floor Spce- delay. Have _ _
with without
X. P.e. Phone 512. V. Steele. Broker. Dia10. 45 and b.th garage. 100x150 corner world of deUcbt l. living In I business section. Price (12,500 cashor near center of town. u I RAILROAD PROPERTY. Ameba sad
I bayers waltln M. O. Bailey Realtor
PRINCETON SOl SECTION Wes Central Avenue.OFEII school hot close by. Gas auto I GOLDEN B I75 down. modern 3-bedroom lakefront 'resi I terms available. Inquire owner Used as ute church. (5.800. Cavanauth. 1, 30 E. Church. Phone 4767. 8Ai RR. Oood bay. Will build sad
New home. m.1 water and range new rof dove CIa! tile construction. Completely 209 K. Park St.. Klsslmmee. VIa.AYit5tjCbose Realtors 4308. 1 I lease. Louis V Gabd. It RutlandBWg.
Large rooms; den: Venetian blinds: .cr.n 14 good cltl. Fenced 10 acre frontage on furnished. Immediate WANTED-Close in lake home, sn- .
garage paved street. fo chid for sale: the old 'wth' 30 f. Highway. sion. Nice lawn wonderful pa. In. 4 SELL OR LEASE-Warehouse with 1 furnished Phone 561X Claybaagh I _
construction le.tu Ln.p.O ters clean lake nearby. Gun- 1294 2 other roads. Bargain :I Fine fishing. 812400. terms. Asher self contained 3 room unit and 4 3 offices. 100' railroad frontate. Realtor. RESTAURANT-Oood downtown to-
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W. 431 E. Phone f. room pent house apt. Insulated well For further Information call Mr. eaglet: seats 49 fwBy equspped
Broker nlsn eur 94. Peter Realtor cor. Central and Main;
only BUYER WANTS HOUSE from
8trdlnl 2 FOR INSPECTION I Nice Income and owner.
15. tr furnished modern. Pettier with SUmpon-8tton. Reali i Pot cash only $4500. Ph. 9114.
.Church: 2-BEDROOM CONCRETE block stne- A. C. 1121 N. Orlando I
67S. 2.781 I good living. Corner lot. best section. tors, Mftraif Bldg.. Phone $ 2 or 3 bedroom 84000 to 880OO:
FINS CT rooms and b.t Sunday June 1. 2 to PJ.L r tile bath modern weU-bult Ave. (Near Maitland Underpass Priced to yield 17%. Owner 41.Bro.dw.T. I py cash or small payment. Box 473SStar. REAL ESTAT* OFFICE rooms. 4
Nice I W. Washington. ). Winter Open Sunday desks toons and chair AIM office
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W. Real 1041 N. Ferncreek and 1045 N. 0.1 loan .75 cash dvW.n ALTAMONTX ANNOUNCEMENT are happy to equipment. Listings prospect
P. 135. Orange Pe E creek. New construction. Sol .m E .., 18 Rutland Bldg; I SPOS ANGEBILT ADDITION S bedroom announce beginning today we have I WANTED QUICK for 810.000 cash. property management and aO. Box
Av.
24 8 I be C small unfurnished home. Dial
house, oak
and sleeping
8383. porch what we think I* a good sound Investment 471 8-Star. .
'PARK LAKE SECTION-3-bedroom. tensteln. Exclusive Agent. 1 14 ACRES-Fronting 100 ft. on TWO 5-room hous I one packagefor floor throughout Two four roomapartments In a high class beautifully 5613. that's aaybaush. Realtor, Met- __
IVi home. condition YOU FIND THE GIRL-We will find large lake and road. Ideal for 84.200. calf Building. RESTAURANT ewner. Mast sen.
with (115 month income
&to beet. Terms. the home. Clyde McKenzie I or I4OO T. J. I New large lot. a located apartment building. This i due t* ill health. 807 MagMila
lake. camp hourom '
Brokr. homflt. euh T maid's room in yard laundry 1 property is one of the nicest In the LISTINGS WANTED-We have the I,
8. M. Phone .. I Ave.. at bus Aubaiadal FU.Ph.8M32 .
Broker S31 N. Orange Llndortf. stop
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1 2-75. M.U ton 8. work shop solar attic
HaP R.ltor. 4 phno home price room system State with the very best of furniture buyer if you have the property.
I 513. I 2-3983 or 2-73. Friecpeou ; (7.-. fan, 4 beth On landscaped lot and furnishings. The grounds are In Call A. T. Carter 9516: Jamersoa ,I ____
BOSIMIRE Prewar frame dwel. BUNGALOW--Close in. Partly fur- 51-1. Lake County Property ACRS of l.nd'l" mile of West I CU at tt. I 150x270. sear enough Orange Blossom excellent condition. This I* a property Carter. Main and Central._ RETAIL LUMBER YARD. Far sale
Spring '
Office
Nice niihed. Nice Large 110 .. on Adanson At.mont Trail to develop aa income I that anyone should be proud to MOb work plant Sale or lease Saw
Large nlabrbo & Itet. screened porch cntOI. ta JS- Business building, tinder St Dry and high city water, electricity i Homer Park S.el Call Winter property. Price completely furnished. own. Location second to none. For WE HAVE BUYERS wanting home groves.I For Bill. Sate or leas TO Roof Manufacturing -
additional land for expan available.I Several I 8-94. ('. Wm. O. Rencher Broker 28 fuU I business properties and I Machinery. Per Sale. Louis
tile .oak floors UU porch. Well stores churches and business. Immediate Inl. and telephone particular see Martie Williams
batb, veil bu and .tt.ctn. elon Ideal lor elderly St. Excellent Income aDd large oat grouped making attractive Huckel'ul Realtors; 118 z Rob E.C Washington. Realtor; 21 W. Washlnston phone immediate. Realtor.sale 37 list W.. Pith Washington.F. A. AJlison. I K. Gabel. 19 Ratlaad BWg. Or-

Good bu 1 I folks. 175 terms. Sam JohnsonCo. Investment. Terms. sle.SOO 0 W. J. Half tai has iD d 2.375BEAR I BUSINESS PROPERTY-Block building 8106. I I taodo.

.*nd stores. 'an4:1t:: home. .. lOather Realtor. F.. been under cultivation. by 30 x 38 that _would do well for RESTAURANT Better >1M. beat*

Quick occupancy. 118. terms. CANT 8BA: ; Extra 'medium GROCERY. Excellent i location. 2 story. ewner. C. K Blnent.r. residenceadjoining i processing plant Property la oa OWNER GOING NORTH-Must sell. I WANTED-'LAKE FRONT HOME- tocatloa. 18-year leas*. TU8 coat

: 'Blckel-'Nel R.l.II X. Rob price furnished 1. Colo- living rooms 2nd floor. Large lot pPprr. lJ. LAKE-New 2-bedroom bunga busy south side street In anrestrict- 84000 will get possession. Income I Two stories, three bedrooms two ,' Msh. but rive an exeeBeai rewrn.
hme Wen bunt building, stock at Inventory of low. Picture window brtezeway.garage ed section. Includes a five-room bouse bath lot about 250 S 350, within For particular gaS Mr. Smith with
: InIn dl > to Its differ I On highway east I from guest rooms cottace. grove andchickea
i ; ROYAL VILLA SUBDIVISION old D.lt.. S emr Realtor. fixtures land and building exceptionally 2 ACRE (1500: 5 oa large tot Beautiful pines, lake I, and plot of land 120 x 222 feet deep. ranch should liquidate indebtedness. 1 city limit of Orlando Call or tee I Jlenry Bxrca Brtker, 12 8. Mala.

Apopka Highway. House for sale; I Metcalf th. Cab.ah I low priced at 112.0.0. I Winter Garden Road. 950. ;: and hhw&frontage 12.0. C. Price 10800. Good terms. Call Mr. Chicken ranch fully Moriarty with Jo* G. Myers Realtor. 21090.

I; Highest bidder. QUICK SALE Buy right Cherokee I W. J. Kistler.- Realtor, Ta.re H. Klt"da,Son. Realtors. 0 2-1649.* R.ltr 104 E B.I Morski with. O'Harra-Moore 2-0836: I equipped and poultry Included in phone 8861.I SUNDRIES GROCERY COUBWjf-

"SOUTH SECTION New concrete 3 bedroom hardwood I GOLDEN TRIANGLE! Hotel apt*, Bet I 20 2 miles east on old Hlah 109 E. Pine.BUSINESS sale. Situated on m-acre tract fac I TION.-Cnal opportnasu. (to*
. block house. 2 bedrooms. Quick I Iol porches fire I bout 10'. an Inn.tlent. la AC.. sell equity Phone % CONWAY SECTION mile fram LOCATION-8500. Lease. ing through street. Back street suitable FOR IMMEDIATE RESULTS-Ut kx-.Uoa. Selling amos of staea*.
:: for 1.IDW arne W. J. Kist- Wi Pt office. New frmer I (20 per month. Used at present for for trailer park. Sec Well with your property with Geo. H. Kittttdge. Don't snia OU*. Catt amtk with
Bosses3lon86500. Real Estate
, 36 E. Pine: Pa I calf pl.c.Bldg.. m. c. C.rb.qh Wet' endltOD. altr.Trnl.Tn.ILPa 10.0. 40 ACRES'GOOD LAND-For sale by porch. Paved r. eltrttr. fish and poultry market. Can b* Robt. L. Pryde Realtor, 668 l. Realtor 17 X Central Ave. Hewy Bureau Broker12 8. Matt
Four mile from City Limit
ewner. IS good land. .
i j 216.j acres 1:5. changed. Mr. Potter with Herman Orange: 24596. Phone 1-3176. 3-1099.
SECTION Lovely HOME AND INCOME Extremely GOLDEN TRIANGLE you dOB.tw.nt *, oa Goldenrod Rod. Price (40 Told with ; 150 '
1 .U bunaow. located 8 leo I lr. duplex beautifully furnished. lovely mer 2 .t. I per acre. B. H. Phillip Jr.. Poor I Robinson: 7132.Hint E! anee Goodwin.: 9855.BUSINESS Inc.. Broker 677 M. Or- FOR'N INVESTMENT buy a guest i 60. Business Opportunities SERVICE STATION-Doing goodTeUbnshed *-

1o (1350 annually. e wt I Palms Tourist Home. Rt. 4. Orlando. CAMP SITE I I or apartment property at commercial bustae
m way ..1t Lower ap.rmnt owner occupied hare. closets: built and i excellent coaLWhat -Large aD b.utlu LOT On W. Church St. varying price yielding a good ..DI I I' Battery sad tire servtc Opportoaity
. 40 ACRES Oklahoma: Oa Lake Butler AUTO and WeMlA
t lk. Ln. come. Mr. Lyle with Herman BODY. PADCT.
i R.dr near orange Blossom Trail. SO X Goodwin forincresse. Fa. eeis. Mr. Fae
: with workshop. your would rent for 1180.nDuaUCo condltGD am I offered for lt Mrs.liudnall. builder now. I interested For I 125 ft Price. (2500. Inc.. Broker; 877 N. Orange Shop. Good business for right party.
8 large term ; !
some
self to this before buying. Only tn location. you lt I I SANFORD-Five rooa boas sad
see drai Gnla YaShier. I Undscsped with 2336 X. Jefferson.OUTSTANDING. rest Kl.or. 4 W. Central phone 2- Cl!rk P. Bryan Broker ph. 2-0237. s. Reasonable. On Highway 17-82.
s10.000.with terms See Realtor. b.utflU pal Ta&CT-80' 2907 I : Coast to Coast Welding 18th St. service tattoa. On Bfie beyond
Ceo. P. Brass Realty .r.aP. Central BARGAIN for immediate sale avocado and 6 lne CITRUS .2-3U.____ CENTRAL WEST (Ner>-Duplex. 2 CONVERT THIS large 4-bedroon Corner of Orange Blossom Trail. Or city B2rftVO*."' 5le. fO. Box
1 by owner. of all-good citrus land i
assorted citrus acres furnished home U 1579. Sanfafd. Fla.
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Ave. Phone 23155.SOUTHEAST tre. ; I story each apartment.6 room and nest house.
New 3 rooms and den. Open U you don't lovely 3 rom tnt on fun half mile on COUNTRY .HOME-and IDf8-I bath furnished. Also. 3-room ..nfurIlIIabed Beautiful lakefront let. 185x645; 100''; lando. Fla. ___ _
-2 at pre-war 4 930 a.m. until 11:00 Johns Lake looking across 3V* room home
Pr hls Sunla. and bath bungalow mi masonry wit citrus tree*. The price is 823.000 with
bt apartment In yard suitable
bedroom 1% at 3 : p.m. until 4 p.m. efcleD of water excellent for fishing. arranged as two I sine SERVICE STATION-Owner *perU4ia
bU 17. ald 2:0 *6 extra .1 large I.rl aparment Oe nw Showing 14% return -a good terms. Vee Van Hoten. with ; BUSINESS OPPORTUN1I11S
bedrooms. 2 1& W. King with warm section no waste land. Lakefront rented at 865 acre Clyde McKentie. 12 8. Main. Phone t 1920. Phone 2-1008. Room 5. 45 W.
pr mont: of 15000. Terms. C. B.
o price
.check these today. Don Real Bn.nt' Qu.rer.U valuable for camp site re- good land fully 2-4775. nearby tvwa. T r om Hetatcarten
Ider. HOUSE at a price-We are In busi- you doa' .. location 3 I fence. h.l 1 b.r- Realtor 104 X. Jefferson. i Central Prescott V. Steels.BODY
or. 274. De to help yen select a home. May block from the business districtand taming blaM good grove. Reduced .Ins citrus b.lane fi. crea.aU.r 2-1649. WILL LEASE on Orange Bloasom completely

atURo m new 2-room of ervlce' Alice McCoy witaSammle only 1 blot from the Orange Ijt to $12.00000. suitable et oa Trait Just outside city limit AND WELDING Shop. Main farnbhe,
1224 Palmer Phone 5467. Orlan paved highway store. CLOSE Apartment house. I unit
electricity Francisco. .
cart bok b Ratr room Bol do. Florida." etc. See this IT yes leu aol nicely famished. In first das Building 64x110 ft. on excellent site highway. Fast building tecUoB. new. Doing a year round average
(25.00000
2% acre Cntr Arcade: dont want-A setting shrubs W.lt baUu repair. Always rented. Gross Income for trailer park. Will accommodate I 86750. Mr. Boentler with Henry M.
high dry land only 82500 with 8750 property oa today's market lot CLEARED AND READY I o ad lne 21090.
cash balance like rent. See Gould -120 acres of extra fo fine plant trees privacy and .o Income. (4 080 annually. Price 32500. P. A. 90 trailer John CosteUo. Broker; I I11m Burch; Broker. 12 8. Main: of better than (MO asSess p*<
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with Johnston Henry, Broker, 6 W. THREE $8.0.0.T. this adv. W. I.KI'.le. oak land fey citrus grove. Two lke DUMUSflrrtCrkk* 11 O1"1**' Allison. Realtor. 37 W. Washington BEAUTY SHOP-New and modern.
Church St. BAA s anwe. Fla.GOLDEN on property and aU clar St.DOWNTOWNNew Beit location. Reasonable price. Ecnth. Garage. C4 Car Led f-ai*
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Tv.rs 57. Real
I I set On Flat Arabsgroves I' business building Estate Exchanged I Phone 2-2536. _.
SUNSET DR.407-rme 4 bed 6-roora frame bungalow lost east of .TIA"OLLketi and i Lake County. 26 acre CLOSE I o Hithway 17 oa 2 store Wen located good income. BUS1NES3 LISTINGS if ZEDED-See OB Flea taema BMT *ba MM Per
S. DeUncy. Desirable
rQ ktheD L'5xl6 Sac Belchbrho rm. i. Klstler. set t new eXIrient grove mixed I Lake 1 mile north b Price 130.000. good term Geo. K.Klttredge ZXCKAJiGE-5-bedrooin. A-I home Harlow O. Fredrick. "Bualaes

I I 01. 2'1. Nicely 'furibe fl2 accept en. Tavareg.Dora. 'S.O. W. tree. $2.0 pr are with wr. C K.t 70ul see the mem Mettag
STRATFORD Orwin Manor. Secluded. Ilhe 1110. w Fa. 1224 tll bunwalow
NlblD 8 2 GUEST HOUSE: In the 100 block BI4k'1 1i1i56B' paved
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1 block t bus and South 2! cs Bn. tICP HARDWARE STR the best phone 8', Orlndo FraN bath*, tile floors bm ad Wem -1 -vast of Orange Ave.. i* one of the DROVE-3 mile frem : BUSINESS street frontage by 220 deep; Jttt- Com te and tot PM she IM a3 ta*

'Artery. (9.450 c balanc (66month. in Lake COIDt. Blr stock a ORLANDO acre fine roof On S-aere plot fronting substantial income properties a manand 11 acres heavy producing Modem locality ta *
bungalow mile over city 3 elk growing O'440J J?
: Furnished AC yen building and 500 ft. on Highway 3 bedroom home I detail Xadaat IMtag.
and SMCMeoop
and 400 guest
d bus at City Inventr. : road: 1 ft on his wife can operate with, minimum cottage. elusive listing Price 82.150. Mf.
: -want Landscaped Cr. option to purchase. 118. b.mmo l.d 1pnd that large sandy fishing. of trouble. I City bu*. school and ntilitie Win
I water electricity. 0 4lus di wit ; small j lt. Po In main house then Wheeler with J. f. Mattox 145 B.
: open for in J W. J. Kistler, Real- : i Owner wants sell or exchange for large r Uoa tMMeC 8.0 JM
four Thompson
doubl can laundry bunt-in 0.0.wr. lake property Ideal building j sign on are apartment and four room grove or Main: 5809. -
.pl ta. C D.1 Realtor ntt 2 large porches room wt t. T.vare 1.. sites: ripe fo denlopment Price I prlry. M. WC Broker. 1 S I betides owner' handsome quarters. modem tourist court *r apartments.Mfl2..5MARKS..Corn.r I _
', ; 2-1&t. tub. Complete individual room fri. RAe efficiency bun I U.95 M. T-j I 1.11 617. There are two apartment above Ux I'.Box 489 s-sur. CAFE-The Orlando.best one Seat ia a M good people town with Statue WHKaau, BeaRer U
SECTION 3-bedroom utilities in J. P. Mattes, 145 four-un grse. The Income aver- lot. near
SOUTHEAST heating system and almost new gas ca. r.b.t 1t I. I CAW A HOII take business verge 83000 per
: large grounds: kitchen utilities included at price eude. cuple .1. n children or 5809. j i B.rn .O' acreg sees even on present low ceiling on Mill. iO-rt off Mark month gross ia Summer and 84500 month W. Wa5hiagt $t. Phone IOC
ho t ; overlooking 43 00 Mo. O 1st. W. J.Kistler. eade. soil Sandy beach SmaU (450 per month. Price 84O.OOO. Good 110.000. Win trade for equal lOO-ft.1 Lone leas at 860
ia Winter. per
'Iu .tp I Clean nd eomfort- $.o Realtor. T.vn Fla. 5-1.Ranches and Timberland I down p.rment K Oren 21$ x. term Call Miss Phil with O"Hrra- in a modera house; month. Fixture and stock will tave.- TOURIST COORT-4 etae.'2:be V.

abto" Jameraon &n4Ca. For Some Lucky O.I-ut outside TOURIST COURT-Orans* Blossom Moore. 22380. 109 X. Pine. ttnfurnlehed. Must be in good tory close to price asked. Owner ha room home. Landry b 8Mia*. la

TO L e Phone A I. city. Frame ""n.lr rm.n Trail AQ new 4-room modern cottage 1. ACRES. lc 2 m: CLOSE IN-Near Conway Section. By GROCERY-MARKET* and dean. tion. Phone Winter Park 187-W. ood reason for selling and will acres *f laad. V 8. fcttkway. PraM

516. bath. City w.tr. elHtrb. clt bu bth 4 overnight rentals completely : 2 wner. CUDU modern sod Doing excellent business. You would !r_see. roar Broker. sacrifice for quick sale. This U your 815400. Mr. Pwtter w$k Heimaa
car. tarnished. ln block. .3 tuhe. good rDeo f'e main highway at (1$ f1r and be Interested la this if roe aew the NORTH CAROLINE-On Mt Plsgabl opportunity 86000 cash. See Mr. 000dwl. lag.. Broker; SCHT-Plt frame bun- wen I.t. p a I* like buying GovernmentBonds fan 2S ae U fan details. One of the best locationsIn 40 acre mountain home. Of stream Little with Harold Shepherd Realty 9851.

fv Laree screened porch the- Contact John Cte Broker. Telephone well wo. excellent to add trailer I at SOc on the (L It will make poultry houses, a town. Writ Box 91. EustU and wood, unsurpassed beauty. Modernnutie Co. 20 I. Washington St. Phone 8124. TOURIST COratT-4 I
..Iw. (115 00. W. 3. Kistler Realtoy. the handiest small ranch to Central .rue win give *U information. log house.
new roof. Double t.r. park. 115. i large work and feed My 83000 eonity CLOSE IK Excellent situation for block coastTMUoa. beas *
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t kithe JrD 9r WIia TvrH. Fla. Florida. Asher Peter. Realtor cornerand I gliding .tk 500 layers and 12 i for Florida property or will selL barer.who want twenty-dx-room ntahed. room for more e* .TS &

.a. with Ben Rns r 4 AC of land 3 acre i fer- Central Main: dial U7& -. rh an I GUEST HOME dose te. Urge 2 Write Box 490 8-Star._ house that can be operated a* a horn feet ra Mthwr 11- 2 km WlsSr

War : dia 79. SOUSE large tot near bus. Imnte Hear. I bearing and sub-tropical story frame. 25 room and 9 baths. 87.500 TOUNO GROVE In fast growing hotel or home and apartment hoa e.wm Park. Rome sad SMOBW. Frat SaJ.
6 e Con ( bath. N.tre water. G YO win most fern grow 54. Lots for Sale I fruits has a well established egg I Needs repairs. Larte lot. (17400 residential Northeast aectlon require redecorating and some 000. with liberal teoa Frank Cr,w]

SUBUR"rm New Wit Ready t mof are Independent for a few d.n I I Ii rat ta town. Thl to a very good with terms. Can Ray Leonora with Greater Orlando. as pan payment slight Mmodelin but added values 507 MeteaX 3add96 ;

a rod like. 120.netbbr (30 mct t re- Win offer this a 18.8. Lee ANGEBILT ADrNL 3 and .I I b a swell opportunity fo Joe 0. Myers Realtor, 19 W. Washington for residence or Income property or dtnilicUy worth while: Akin price.

*tcon $1000 dow llllbl party. Owner Oeo. 1. man Realtr. 11. Green. i TntT-hl 6 ech Sefne a good future. St. Phone grove. Or will sell for only 81400oewa. 616.000. Call Miss Ftek with'OBana-

409 .8. Oranit.BusD.2 0583.Sm But O. Washington. F. 11&SLr. I '1.0 for quick buyer Phone (723. Owner Box 488 S-Star. t Moore, 2-0836, 109 X. Pine. (Continued On Next Pae3I

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;68.___Business.. Opportunities r 63 Mortgage Loans I 66 Sales Help Want .I. 7<. Autos-TraOers Wanted I 75. lad Cars for Sale 75. Used Cars for Sale I 76._TraDen-Trurki for Sale *tmMj &rntUrl-&t'JFILLEY :"-"* -

BUSINESS new fettuiMM. DODGE 1940 Radio and Kraft. ft.
REAL ESTATE SALESMAN ON-THE-SPOT CASH PAID for good coupe PYOU- 1936 coupe Cheap. TU.Eastern 73
o>mand Inereatlnc. hook onto I LOANS on an types ef property; long opportunity fa ambitious -. clean used cart. .1 cbi Can. original nn finish. Good rubber. condition outside and R.interior beautifully OR FRIA i

aay ear load rented for fuhint trip I Ier or short terms; tow rate; immedi-11 terested la future. J. R Howard. 'I 1 Nor Orange Phone 'I $845. R 8 *. 6 W. Central Inside. Put party. 237 Ridgewood finished. sell at once. 81.500 .- J 1
ao? you do not want la'jrenr j i ate aenrice. Harlow O. Fredrick. 118 7325. I 4231. Avenue R. L. Tates. Orange Blossom
ear. A business yoa tan have I I' OFFERS
N. Orange Ave. Phone 8188. Trail and 35th St.
your bomf. 9 trailen BADLY HI StEED of 1946 and 1947 j ; sedaa A good PLYMOUTH
-t and *q 1111)- & car -1936 2-door for tale
lIIeD'i for 82000 Prank Creba. Real- I I BET MOn, fast prolUoD I automobiles and older cars. Barley ,' a .. $895. a. S. Jnl. a by o.ne. Good mechanical con. I TRAILERS FOR RENT-Any size any WYKYOYL MOOR

tor. 507 Metcalf Buildinf; phone orders. vacation or full timeworkers. Wadwor 615 N. Orange n.I ;N. Orsnx Ave. Phone 4771.FORD I ditlon battery new wiring new place. Live to your self la a cleaa. .

a-1710:___ INTEREST on improved RATES AS LOW AS 4. I' Sudent. Walker C 210 W. : 11011" 15I. )IAY : -1946 4 door sed aD Midnight ndlat. new teat ""er Good .|I I cool shady place. Wiur 3330 SBlom Open Sundays Too THESE
I properties in Orlando Pine MAKE or '47 I will i blue and engine Orans* .
TRAILER PARK South Oranic and Winter Park. No brokerage :j,i 2-49. i up to $11..) for the& one.New I ehrm. fntah. soft. grey. I br. WaJr rpa t ;I Trail

Blossom Trail. Five acres; electric- j Bettes Investment Company. 25 W. BIG UON. Huge line 1100 printed j i can intently needed. Martin's ;.lholter. N. le.Orange ca Ave R 8.Enn ( IOd.owner at 1014 8. Division npal. I YOU ARE la need of 01 and i j "3 1 Pontlse 2-o -_. _-IU
It, and water for lilt traUtrs. FurBiihed -I!i Washington St. Phone 8513. bwnes DK".lts office supplies. Used Can. 101 Main. 8409. !; 471. !| office hours. truck w* my have what *38 Plymouth 4-door _
borne atore room. pump and i and advertising -:- FORD 1941 2-door. Just '1 want w* have various kinds and ,I 14
tool house; office buUdinc. Owner In specialty colosl lines. Low prices. Easy I j!- GET TOP'8H PRC for your ear 11. R. 8. Z"an 60 onrbau e.> PLYMOt1931. 4-door. $350 cash. ,. sis yon** and price is risht. 1'.0 i Ford -60- ....__.___.$795 BARGAINS!

Ui bealth must sell. Will how fine 64. Help WantdFemaleBKTTWcn ,, sales. Repeats. Businesses buy oasight I regardless of .ak o. mol Used I i I Drive 1 need GI r'h track and ::1'4! atud.bkr Commaader _.8993
income on past record. SIS I Car Exchance.
000. Will .
Experience unnecessary Service W.h..D FORD COUPE 1939. N _
Exceptionally ___ $995
stake terms. See Mr. Windham with St Phone i'I i PACKARD-1941 "120" A I "ntac nl WUkllD 3 1 LaSall ca"ertlbl.
O P. S.ope. Realtor. 60 Jan Pine aualiI PeranenL. Cincinnati Outfit fre. KaueBlair. I 2-283. clean anginal fDh. ExcelleD condition glistening black and laD ear i B.hwa POne 32 Oal. Pric i 1'4 Chrysler convertible ____81499 ; We feel that everyone will

phone Mil.TAVFJW I I counting firm. ::; 1.la1 HBIERtroulb 2 !, I ofe. Call j with the smartest lines built. $1095. '' "'L TEll ft. mahoaay laI CatfiHae -82- ____.81M5
: ROLLEY-8-S306 M. PERMANENT POSITION offered high SUCCESS THE 2-411. i R 8. Evans, 400 N. Orange Ave.: I I bard and trailer for I 1'4 be pleased with the
Orange ___,
AT*. Equipment an In; property ex. knowledge type experienced specialty sslesman 1'T I Phone 4771.PLYMOUTH1940. j I trailer of equal value I 41 Chevrolet Club 8114S

tends to to ft. on Smith St. Settled selling top-quality building ma. I Yes. getting too price* for your ear con. -ibl. club Write Box 1454; or phone 101-1 and of
7400 an : price
Individual for I Old ] ., 1293
Model Trough
square foot of land price 818.500. permanent position in chioery maintenance this i from R. 8. Evans -World's Largest j FORDSv- A's. V-8's. BUT possum coupe how top. Very cleaa $995. Sanford. FlaIN qualt
K. R. Em"rick. Realtor. 610 modern auneI Writ full qualifi-:, vicinity. National firm completeline I only to our walks Just for day. Stomp Harley 61S N. Orange '
one ;
N. and
ante; 7348. Or. i{I caton rderen. la I high rate 'f eomlwln. WriteMr Dnlrtake 'ril rounds ; dow good one from $125 to 120. 8597. Wad.worth RPNS& to Oenme.t appeal CLEAN CARS WANTED these car. Ce D
.
i TRAILER: CAMP and 4-room home. S i Replies held confidential.P. O. Box 28! ; Texas Quincey. 238. DaU. 1. byaeliinrtoustoday. a 81th 3.Robinson. ( PLYMOUTH-1940 Special Deluxe 4i to tower prices potro a avoid a future I 700 N. MILLS see for yourself.

acres on main btghwsj. $16SOo. Mr. i door Very good tires. an house new
SraltS with Henry M. Burch: Broker I CASHIRWlb drug and cosmetic EXPERIENCED SALESMAN by lead Drive in to any of our S Orlandolocationi 6od Hal fen.. 101 and m.uon., 10% talleL im CORNER COLONIAL
10t.r.
1J 0. Main; 2-1080. ; i I other led apply. I tog food manufacturer te cover Orlando I or phone 5296. i, FORD 1946 2-door sedaa. Comparatively 1 w. Central .75. Zun mediately. rlc Reed !Saln
Oranl Pbarae. 12 Colonial and nearby wholesale and re- I low mileage. New spare I 528.. N. _Oranse Blossom Tale i
.: WELL LOCATED SUBDIVISION. 74 'I .. I tale trade Good pay and excellentI I Olin's Inc. 142 N. Garland dial 1201| Tai OLDSMOBILE "98- 4 door Blotk

.- Lou on lake and near schools and to help care I futlr. for rizht m.D Box 464 8ta.'GET CASH IN S MINUTES Any 244.PW. I 1 New and -4
TAI .
4 shOpping center.Good In city limits needsdeveloping CK-HOUSElE cblldrel. aged: white. I make or model. Starling-Alexander Model A. $200. 3 minute walk PYOtOIC or 4-. I I Amercan. 82215 u K. FOR sedan. Hrdrmate radio,

j: builder. Louis E. GabeU Investment It Rutland or for Room Permanent to right 67. Employment Agencies Motors. 501 N. Orange Av*. Phone I E. Longwood P. O. John Phil- 1946 tudor eda. Equipped with I Itft. Pmier. 81495. Accessories. SACOMPL heater 13 acual miles.
ra- ,
party. Good Box 470 Preway stove
Ilar 88Ia.CRB ; Up* See after 5 starting Woud. Dar
Bids. Orlando. I 788. p.m i die and beater. Low ..
bottled
awolns dollie Uos
GIRL : BROWN'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY ,. mea. 1114. :
UZING-Buslneaa opportunity for WANAI color, And Nurses' If yon want 75. Used Cars for Sale I I trunks etc. Ankner Trailer S : '
man and wife who don't mind 7snd, 9 washe.P.m.'FUNTAI Cal 596. weD I work come to Rltat.. If you- FORD-1946 2-or sdaD Beautiful 1941 fordor ara 1U radio and I S. Grant Blossom Trail and U. 4 STUDEBAKER Champion
bard. Centra maroon very heater. CTTRUJS JUICE CANNERYTwo 4 door sedan. Like in
working Grocery business for GIRLS Experience I wantheip. call 6326. AUTO AUCTION Every Thursday. low flsb. P"ulpp. CaD lUl. 17-92. i new
sal for only 85900. Owners 'claim nee- IllulL Pce IU9S
trot income (900 a week and can i eur aort hours: good pay. Ap- PAR BUSIE SERVICE-Of- I Everybody sells Pf arc lood.HolJRobl" R. EnD W. Central An.I 1940 tudor sedan with radio and bet i every respect

show proof of same. 3.5CO cash Oranl Pbarma, 1124 1. Clo I Ii 32 .ae. profpaolla tradesmen. Mor Aucn 212 I phone Ut. er. New paint. Job and. seat ii i 0 Washers
E.
BIOom I
nial oanl. Tri
down. Guernsey and Gtetn Inc I i Pn. 2-128. the I FORD 1946 Super DL. 4-door 195. '
Realtors. 21 1. Central. Are. ph. j< MATRON with dietician experience sedan. WlA or I 1 LOANS LOANS o Grading Table 4 FORD 2-dor sedan. Less
41M t for company operated cafeteria. 69. Wock Wanted-Female I AU8T. Perfect condition newly I, finance R 1111. .. 8 W. Central 1937 tudor sedan. Newly overhauled LAS Salt Water Tank than Gleaming
t MAN WITH CLEANING 1 War week paid periodic painte. red leather upholstery. | Ave 4321. j motor. Good transportation. $495- m
or laundry nc.Uon. Rinse Tank
Little 45 miles black
COMPANION-Settled Christian Iadccapable ; wbels beatf. .
experience to operate own bunlness. -, I Incnaea. hon. Apply at dl FORD-193785" 2 door sedan. BORROW BY PHONE .
8525. Kirk. 523Kentucky. !
gaL Mn.
unencumbered. eJ-
I I Starling-Alexander Motors SOI N. juice machine
Employment Office. Southern Bell dri.r. pe
Small cash I I',
Investment with I sound priced to selLJim Enatr. t
I; easy terms to party who can ualiI -;i Tel. & TeL Cobetween and S. fllent desires pltol as companion St Cloud. l hanlanJ N. Orange Avc. I Orange AT- Phone 7878. CALL TJS-THEN STOP .
,. Call winter Park. 64J-R. for ap. Moa throu.h F.NUREraua I lor mana.e. W. A. Hunter. AUTOMOBILE AUCTION EveryTuesday Cmll. Carl. S. .uce Mace' '40 BUICK Super
i 0
323 E. Lake Fla. 252.RD1931 Sdnete.
IN THE HOUR FOR
polntment A. Walf. 1 200 to 300
S
undergradu-1 I 1111. era
DEPENDABLE. profit o nursing horn. GENER:'OFFICE WORK-Full or and truck aU reports we have I 28th Tudor.Street.sedan 8300. la i PLYMOUTH-1939 Hdan Sp.rkl.new THE CHI $50 &$300 Preheating Tank J Strikinrdark .3
maklof bustnessee.
the largest and beat automobile Culr t .
la dWerslfled lines arc always Medical c..only. Pleasant peran!I laf tm. Phone 2-91. i sal fnlb. mehallleaU C Pasteurizer
ent Job among nice people. in the south. We are selling i FORD-1946 Super Delux A at $695. .
awaltln? you at the office ef for MAID-3 day work or. ft hal days. vate owners 1 of good used ra'l Low con"erbl 1 400 'N. Orange Ave R Eun S Can Filler I '46 PONTIAC "6" Sedanette.
day
Prescott V. Steele. Dial 2-1008. 45 Hous. 4305 appointment. 07H Long Street. I I II 1 COUI.Jim mlleal. runbl. 411. Yes! Get cash quickly on ,0r.8n. ,
i really worth Mr. .
,. wen Central. NURSES. Institutional work; upen OFFICE WORKER experienced will I' smart Sell the mon.oa have had i ii r pred. .. Phone Carl. .- tor*. Auto o Fumitmr Call u Can Cooler Black finish radio and

t THE WORLD is blessed most by men .nced In mental and 1""Ou d accept temporary Job tloulh Aug. I b your loU and buy new ones in theplace ; I S LbUr Machine other accessories, low mBe-
FORD 1937 .
Write P.O. Box I PLYMOUTH Stompdown
I II
erder. H PO Box 255. 1 2-oor. a'4S -
181. 131oor.
who do
things not by those who of them and your will in. I Harley age.
merely talk about them. On of thenicest 'PR! GIRLS-Three. 2 for shirt I!I crease. We had buyers trC. seller W.4nort ; cood 'vat I Smt Bxer
:5 highway locations In this section I and 1 for family finish. G I| SECREARY-EaJrnr. lowl;, from six .tat. Dn" cheat yourself. 33 E. Robinson. GFC LOAN COMPANY o t Refuse Bin
bkkeeplnl. Pal
..1 of the state. 85.000 00 will ban pay and good working conditions. YOI i j permanent emploJmeDt. I be here Automobile I. Conveyor Refuse Bin "
..;1 die. Exclusive. Prescott V. Steele. 45 must b fat efficient and ,' T done at home. Can Auction Co. Lakeland. Florida 8sn.PR I East Robinson Phone 1793 Refuse t 48 PONTIAC 8. 4 door

4.t West Central Ay*. No phone un. work Apply K. McCormlck.J 1 t C It Dickinson. 17 E. Core :I BUICK=1942 Roadmaster sedan Very TO CHOOSE FROM PACKARD 1835 120 4-door sedan. 7 j. sedan. 4,660 actual mHes.
Ivanhoe new A perfect buy for
r. 'INoo not happen unless the Lundr.SLLY I I lovely car. $1650. Harley Wads- 1946 tudor sedsa. Shiny black finish, $293. tlllrior.. Enl Truck and Bargain Dark green finish. An ac-
with ability to meet .
I1 for some real worth. 615 N. Orant- 8597.BUICKS .
The above items constitute
sell fine Ladles-Ready-j I 1. miieage cun. 1117. Lt cor. and Aeba a complete cessories.
J reason must dispose of it oulckly.This i lubl. Simpson's. W. CentraL8TENOGRA.PKERSTo 70. Work WantedMaleACCOUNTANTAtJDrrOR : I 2-102. I plant with the exception of
II your thane to purchase one 1
1937 tudor sedaa. Very wen
boiler and can closer.
i" of the best suburban service garage do typing. nre PLYMOUTH COUPE-1932 model. An Cpadt
i -Qualifiedby OF 2 for.
la one of the best sections of j i take dictation and regular office 1 yrs. experience in citrus and -YOU'COIC I Reasonably pric.c at .45. J good tires.. Bar.al $165. 1337 N. SAN FC 300 Field'boxes diilr.. '48 DODGE 4 door sedan.

:4 Orange County. The prtreTLet's routine work. Salary based on Qualifications public aeollnUI. for responsible ao I 1941 Spealoor Kda D. Fully 1937 order Id.l. In good Ferncreek.PLYMOUTH Fluid drive. radio. Must be
talk it over" Prescott V. Bteele. I and experience For inter j' Axe 40. married; and cal condition. for mfbal'I -1939 3-door sedan 24.. Leaving June 8BEECAr WRITE BOX 424 S-SA
f .;' Sine* lt20. Dial 2-1008. 4S West Central view wire write or call Earl E. Mor Orlando JitoD reldellt. Excellent references eQuIPPtd. L mlu. claD 1 Your 1415. 0 mile*. CuD Phone Winter I seen to be appreciated.
'
Ave I ris. United 8t.te Sugar Corp.. : -. Box 475 8-Star. I 139 1939 Model-A Rua-aHout. LoU of good I 617-J .

It NOW IS THE TIME to prenar for Clewltton. Fa.. Ph 184 !1 BOOKKEEPER wants small set book 1938 Special 4-door sedsa. Hydraulic service left. Ideal for truck. $195. STDEAKR 1940 Champion 2 '

next seasons business. Trailer I STENOGRAPHER I or office work oa part time basis. transmission.. clean inside and out. ; New runs good. TWIN ENGINE PLANE CHEVROLET Special Deluxe '
UPrDC lalnt
3tl Park with furnished home for owner prfer. Must be rel j I Bon 436 8Star.I I $895. Starling-Alexander Motors. Ml N. Or I Jim cambie Can. I Ave I Convertible. Radio.
will accommodate more than 60 trail wek. Call I ante Ave. Phone 7878. Phone 24521.8TDEBK. FOR RENT
da
cera. A good buy at S4SOO with terms. I CInt 413. BOOKKEEPER-desires full or part Starting-Alexander Motors. SOI .. I ROOM FOR 3 Handsome blue finish. .
STENOGRAPHER WANTED-By established time Axe 35. II 1947 Club
i1l_ Ve Van Hoten. with Clyde McKen- emploment mare Av*. Phone I Cop. .
firm. Good working conditions living Oral 711. gleaming Via Grand Canyon; returninf via "
gle. 12 8. lain.Pbone 2-4775. .! Fied
.
I and salary. Apply :, bead bookkeeper and officer mana- FORD-1940 DeLuxe coupe New seat I chrome. and IIUAWAOU l
R 2 '
-I. SEVERAL floe guest homes tourist Doliv BldgSTENOGRAPHER. I ger Excellent references. Earl K. San covers. G palt 8850. Harle.', chrome trimmed Lathe. Yellowstone National Park etc. 46 NASH Ambassador 4 door ,
& courts. See us for all types of bust- ders Phbne BUICK-1938 4-door special sedan. ; 1597. i radio. Te car of tomorrow Dilla I STORAGE sedan. Air- conditioner
,
< ; nesses Speak to Spiegel. Whitney S98.CAPENERM8NRYwor I I Clean as a 1946 automobile. Special DeLuxe tociay 8. Evana 400 N. Orange .

\Ji: Meted Splice? BId Realty;: 2-3269.Co. Realtors. 706 for, adnncemellt experienced. OPportunity A- 18 19-l.went- I JN.price.Orange$895 8597.Harley Wad.worh 619 I FORD Ready-1941 to go super for $995. Harley ;::I Ave Phone 4771 CONTACT FRED ROPERr COMAT radio and heater. Striking

conditioned I worth 615 N. Orange: $597 WILLYS STATION Wagon Cheap.Corner pearl grey finish.
Winter Garden
Jf. INCOME PLUS-Over S3000. sine I ofie. Cal COOK years experience. Navy Very j' Second floor. The following
-
Super
or phone personnel i I Butler Drive and Oak Place. I
BUIC-lt Sdanett. Roadster. Rebuilt
38S. FORD Model A
veteran: prefer day work. Phone I -
;.b, Jan. 4 buildings room for more. I manager. Varuu Cor. 2240.'I I! finish. ,I| motor. $245. Harley 1. F Bean. R. ROY WALTON I dimensions can had: 17' a"I
., All super clean. well furnished. 2 Plymouth Jim Cumblc Car*. 904 N. Orange Ave. Wad.wor b I '42
Fla 8597. Ii I HUDSON 4. door sedan.
615 N
Orange: 13' 6" 9' 3"
streets Close in Orlando drop-ina or CARPENTER desires Job work by Phone Clermont, Fl*. deep it'p
i
'- year round rent. Take good ear. part 'I day or hour. Phone 6074. 2-521 i I (225 Sq. This car reconditioned
f;. rash. Cinch It now thru Claybaush. SECRETARY-BOOKKEEPER I BUICK-1939 4 door Mdn Very I II I Y8OIC OF THREE F hlhj thruoirt
CONTRACTOR WANTS WORK-New .
; Realtor. Metea'.f Bld. Phone 5613. lady. Must be experienced and clean. Jim Cnmble lt I FORD-1934 Tudor sedaa. Cam la I
permanent. 40-hour week. Apply I, construction; repairs. Mattral on Orang An. Phone Jeep. Low building 3 ton
: I WILL SELL half Interest of m viewtourist the I !: .52. I today. Excellent motor. just rebutlt.Good 14 unannl alea.el Feprof ele :
South Vapo Gas Co. 2802 .rund ful.h mo' tICa I
Original
court of 12 units and living N. Atanti Realnable Raer. Bx : BUICK-1940 4 door .Id.n Immaculate.New I good rear end and mOdel P eUipped. vtor. the thing for yourfurnitureor '41 BUICK Super Sedanette.
ouarten for manager Laundryand OrDI. I paint and upholstery. I good brakes. : Inside.I Best buy ; '
.' Typing ZU..od. tires twin spot radio -I la $ J. Smith 33 E. jI |11941 fordor eda. TOda, economical household goods
storage rooms Also t overnight SEEAY .borthane, I.ht .fo I mol Completely reconditioned,
.
; of and beater $1195. R. 8 EnD 101 Robins transportation. $ if leaving town or very economical -
sleeping rooms with bath. I will
glvogood 4434 for appointment. Sunshine ,: rYE WORKED FOR tea rears but apparently W. Central Ave. Phone I FANSATTIC looks and drives lire a new
deal to man with experience to Motors have no experience Orlando .I 118. I 1938 No fancy equipment Just warehouse space for
Coup. car. Fully
equipped. Painted
manage It. Must be sober and have BUICK 1940 Plain -
I I like the butI ldan. \lllb Ideal .
can town.
TYPIST Some ls. $ i it lw UalPrtatla$393.Sisrling.Alexender downtown store paying high
good references. $12500 cash. bal stenography new also like to Call 2-0115. for out and a buy at FORD-1940 Wor DeLuxe tedan.ID I In beautiful grey.
aae good terms. Owner Oo. King well lighted air conditioned either brains et .. Jnn 400 N. Orange Arc. Phone excellent eondllD 8999. Hart Motors. SOI K. EXHAUSTS Orange Ate renta. T
1401 W. Washington. office; S-day week. No Sat. work. t I :_8597' .
Wa building
.or. Orange Ave. Phone 787$
Hughes Et Mar
Supply. 521 Central at
,ATTENTION GROVS OWNERS'!!Net Appl. W. BUICK-1940 super sedan. Price very FORD-1937 4-door ldan A good 42 FORD Super Deluxe 4-
Mon. 8 30 ,
tt per box oa very box ef fruit : a.m.I 71. Airplane Sales ServiceAIRPLANE low at $850 Harley Wadsworth. 611 i fishing cr. Week 8245.Rarley I KITCHEN EXHAUSTS Jut fou I IAve.
t you trow. Best set-up In Florida. WHITE WOMAN to cook noon meal & N. Oranee; 8J97 815 N. Orange: block. Each tenant door sedan. Tip-top condition -

Business already established. Moderneeicnti I for. 3. Or will furnish efficiencyapt. -Globe Swifts; 125x85 h.p. 1! convertible sedan: nice i iI 8597 Wad.wortb furnished own padlock, metal ,I throughout.

block packing plant with housekeeper.if desiring to live In and act AU metaL Blind flight tstrent i I BUIC-U3.. Will consider trade on !-I FORD 1941 Tudor. Very clean. Good !I QUALITY CARS-None Better panel front privacy. j
Summer om
filling station In as I
i, conjunction on : LkeMotor controllable prop. 2-WI radI. light car or motorcycle. 1633 Grand i iI tire*. Central Florida Motor Jefferson CIRCUTOR ablut
main highway with shore Court. Winter .
railroad siding. I $2.295 and 1 Sprinkler .bufldlng I '
up. : Ave Call before 8 P m.I _and Garland 22424. 1946 Ford-Tudor eda. Super I 43 DODGE 4 door sedan.
feet
i On IDA block additional from center land of town.adjacent.AetW WAITRESS taarant WAN. at Palace.Loaff R' $1800 Airport. Max I Aulick. Municipal I BUICK-1937 aedan. Radio; good I' FR- 1936 2-or sedan. Price i luxe. aU extras. 3.0 miles. $ .D FACTORY.PRICE i I low insurance rates. FluId-Drive. radio etc.

-. physical vain of property worth I .1 "o I lures, good running cndiin 8o.I'I 15. C. J. W.ms 1411 X. Con- |I I r
". price we are asking Lucrative estab II penon.I I TWIN ENGINE ratings on Grumman I afternoon and Sun 86 J Mak.._ 1941 Ford- Super Deluxe just like Rentaly $25 per month. Will Dark green finish.
i- balled business thrown I WAITRESS-For late night shift. WIdgeon; land sea and sedan. Original I| new; $ \
In. $60,000 Itrmnt BUICK 1936 4-door FORD-1948 2-door Super DeLuxe sodan. I
-, fsllm and Ferran. Eustls. Fla.WE f Apply between 10 a.m and 1 Veteran's training. A"latoa finish very good mechanically.Only I Like new 81895. Harley !,i Phone 7989 or' 2-2872 make one .or two year lee

: Central.noon. Central Restaurant. 54 I Country Club. Ph Winter 88. $295 R S Evans Track and worth. 615 N. Orange; 8597.Wad|11940 II I Oldsmoblie-Tudor. Cmplttel I If desired. '41 DESOTO Club Coupe.
i I reconditioned. A
Bargain Lot. Garland and Amella. j
KEED VEK-iNeed distributors -8. .clean I{I beltUI bell. Equipped with radio. Completely -
i WORKLNQ HOUSSKirpER who can 72. Autos & Trucks For Rent HUN TR&191.
various territories. ) .
Want who
men 2-102. See i I
appreciate being own boss and chance I i drive car. Family of 2. References I BUICK ; 1940 4-door Idan OrttInal -i I ,sod you'll out. 8345. R. 8. Ivans !114 lordpu.nlr, coupe. If II III DIXIE FREEZER reconditioned. Gorgeous

to earn '7$00 $1500 monthly. N. rlurl Cal Winter Park 709 R CAR-RENTAL INC.-High grade In- paint; very ca. $995. j! Truck and Baneain cor. Cai- alO& 116.un blue finish.

experIence necessary. Thousands of II.r. I, lured cart_by week or season toresponsible K 8 Enn.6 W. Central: .23. I! land and Amela. Lt. I Chevrolet door deluxe. Per- I East Marks St.
Can 6159. 36 W. I AVAILFR
merchants everywhere WOMEN 18 pI.
are waiting for to 49 years of
I ace Livinrston Ave BUICK-1941door Oal j 2JD6ON-1946 "6" 2-doer broucb- feet. 81.095.R. "
America first and only new wanted for cafeteria position. No saD I I .
sensa clean 1 41 CHEVROLET De-
1 paint; very am. Like new. $1699. Harley Wad- Special
i ., tional electric combination mouse experience necessary t start. Easy D. VANE U-DRIVE-IT-Drive Wi Evans. 6O W. Central: 19.. R a, worth. 615 N. 8597. ,, A 3. Motors. 202 e Orange
BIO i iI lute 2 door sedan.
,
lad roach traps. Writ for free In- \ learn. 811.ek.. Uniforms i rates by mile or day. Oanl FilMy
formation tnglewood Trap Co. Ml i; furtahe. Idea working I I D. Varner U-Drye-It Ine 234 ,W. BCICK-1941 sedanrtte. 1-owner I !IUDSON-1942 "f dun Coupe. Very solo Tra. Pbon* 1214 I. CARS equipped excellent me- I
Cldltonl. i Original Central FlorIda 1 1I IMMEDIATE DELIVERY QUA
1
So. GrevUleu Inglewood. Calif.STROUTS Trmor Caeteria Central Are. 2313.'I car. "Int I i original throughout. G tires I I
chanlc&ll .
| Central. : Motors. and Garland -< like new Priced at $1095. ,
HERTZ DRI-tE SYSTEM i ph. 2-2424. rl. F. Evan 101 W. Central Av. BUICK SEDAN
,
'I 4
SPE
new red Business Catalec.t I WAN1EU-Ladr to for Trucks cars for rent i NEW FORD CARPENTER
i 1 for SaleALMA.TRAU.ER.
er Cur : 7 limousine Phone 5296 I 76. BU
Outstanding bargain 72 pages. 32 I i Nursery on mornlD.frol by hour. day or week. Reasonable BUIC-IIU passenger Traicr-Tek Extra nice and lw isilease. Original : '
States Auto Covru. .Cafes. m* te 12 raWc furnish i i good mechanically. i I 1937. New liaish. 41 FORD 4 door sedan In
C.blll"1 a i everything but fntal iN-TPLE .. \
,1 nOI Ca 21n l I 1943 with PMV- capacity M I
Interior In ahap $695. K.
-1 Gas Stations. Hotels Taverns. Re.rta. > 5 and 7:30 p.m.i 1 the driver 904 N. Orange Avc. Phone B. IraeL hal 1937 Convertible 1' fair .1..1 4 ad1tl o perfect condition through-
Evans Truck and Bargain I -i coo- children. Price (3.098 complete. 7.0.3. '
I Valve All
: ground.
Stores etc.. etc. Just Malbd 2-4064 Lt M
out. i! POSITIONS that pay good a plenti- Garland aid Amelia feder 'l ditlon. Must selL Bobs Service Stajtioa. .. cIC'O SEA out. 'Low mileage. Blackfinish
1 free. Tell 'what yon want. i I ful for beauticians Let us teach OLIN INC.-New cars j, 195. CaU owner 2-741. Cheney_Hlthway. M,SIt Furr. Kitchen Indiana. hciter. 1
t-DRIE-I
Where? When CHRYSLXR 1947 Windsor I I J.drmaU ra .
? Terms? Save 2 door ,
HUDSON 1641
'011. Florida Beauty College Jacksonvffle. -i for rates per day. saD. laD BealWul acw. 1
I Highlander BANTAM-1947. h ton. all *teeL t er .
I time-money thru '
our 47 year old week or month. Open til pbol.tr. rD 1

11:i Dept.eoast-to-Coast B. 318-Vi aenrice BV W.Street Colonial Realty Dr. ,I na.i I 900. 242 M. Orna.2-1..eBA .1am black' an. 8. Evan llatah. 4-, bh*. 400 dart N eOldltoD I.aa 8695.. R. B I price utility$225.trailers.our apl Fit clearance any ear. price List HEINZEL INC. "f BtC'SUPER SEDAN' 41 MERCURY 2 door sedan.:! ,

i 65. Help Wanted-Male N. Orange Ave Phone 4771., [$ 101 W. Central rfht
P. O. Box t 11.5.R a priced '
3583.
Orlando. Fla. fin TU
I 73 Auto Service : L SL1M edaa. 2-ton W. LIVINGSTON lW 1..n An 5 original white ide-
ASPHALT TILl LAYER experienced. CADILLAC-1936 l.tW c..r I eatol ndo. la perfect eon I I CABIN TRAILERS.-1947. Very 3 wall tires. A handsome"
1. Bank Loans-Services To lay 2200 ft. East coast. Hotel I ALIGNMENT ble sedan. New "DdllD dlUon. Evan*. 400 C '41 FORD J-DOOR SEA
i
F tltoa II I plywood constructionsFlu
\ C. L Mitchem. P. O. Prompt repair I $895. S t appreciate at I! Qrang Ave Phone 4771. \ on any market.
I ,
r funlshe. nPtr meh car. Sleep two. Equipped for J eW Un lan.1 0.
"i .
anics. A one-stop I LA SALLE-2-door. Clean
Box | a4
124. 0 Id. stove and refrigerator. Ideal for tour
INSTALLMENT LOANS cost lea Ttu.Yle. Service, 1937 Good I .
yon /ear* 300 N. Or.nae I CHEVROLET coup i out. Mechanical ing fishing and trips. Builtto OLDSMOBILE :
; at First National Bank. Compare :, DISHWAEHia Rushes Grin. AUTO-BRAKE JOBS and wheel shape. Price $395. R. 8 Jnn 1 Pr$500 take it. Caa b le.pe sell for hlDtll S and 39 SEA 41 PLYMOUTH Special Deluxe -
/ these costs. When the loan II for 1 West Central AveJ dial 81.0 lef Kadto. Lot of 5..1 -
t Concord. ._ .
WaD.DRIV1R alignment Wheels 423.I j E. win at &&pat"
Imc. R WATER 2 door sedan. In nice
S 100. yon get $ 93Paymenta 8.34 I balanced while con c A i CHEVROLET* coupe. New shinyfinish. LASALLI 1937 4-door Excellent 101 tl. Central Ave.DODOE.194l. ._ little IA"
8 150 yon get 139-Payments 12.50 I IAUTOMOBILE Excellent mechanically. laD condition. See this before
Prange A Sons. 1010 W. Church. I finIsb. one -
8 200. get 188 Paymenu 16 67 with 1H ton stake truck. mehanill. oral Ii i 1% ton: good condi '
you ale
Clean and very good new tt U CADILLAC
1 300. yon get 279-Payments 25.00 wit M. Green. 215 E. Jack. I SERVICE EP $345. II. S. o. Dy. Bargain i I tag. cleaa inside, new clutch andi tion. Sale or trade for good car. Convertible you buy. f f"I
prompt Privately Highway 441. at eevpe
I 400 you get 372-PaymenU 33.34 enee mtane of and I ,
111. and Lt. corner Garland Ael i front end. motor very good. 8445. ,I Smith 01l'De heater
i .
I 500. you get 4f5PaJment. 41 67 DRVE W A thos who Urea. .tk.. par. .r"Sre.. Central R. 8 Evans Truck and Bargain Lot. HEATERSALE drm.tl n4e. '
110 you get 83.34 ., with Orlando : Vare. Ic. 23 j tor. Oarlsndsnd Amela. 2-1023. ,.DODGE I II -.194' H ton pick-up truck. AIOI IW.'U 41 MERCURY Convertible
12 months. 2.31 CELT lt 2-o san" Olint N. OrsoxeAce.
monthly payments streets win Qualify. Apply t Used Ctrs. Club Coupe. Good top.
NASH model.I
GARAGE-1317 W. Grand apia d.ts. flltab I LAFAYETTE 1934 CADILLAC SEDAN
r'.. Payments for 15 months are smaller.Figures Mr. HowelL City Cab Co BUCEYE For ] Phone 24814. 61
Newly painted. S
mebanlcall. i I looks and nice. New
Orange Blossom runs
't.R. Include life insurantto pay FINISH CARPENTER. Must be 2-0237. Expert Tra'pbon. 'I R. S. Tck and Bargain Lot '! extra good running or'O Inr 1 I DODGE-1940 pick-up, good mecbD Radio b.uL. cOtta cleat
i
loan in case of death. lbs i j 608 W. Amelia. Monday lo. mtanr-a1In- cor. Garland Amelia. 2-1023. I rmsh. Buckeye good nfbber. For out factory built motor.
I BuUne.
ice la1. Closing
:3 on all makes of 1"
.
National Bank Orlando. n j Green
at II car.A allt w'l'I H, Truck and Bargain
Grand Ave. '
c I MECHANIC- Plymouth ..aprl"n. I paIntingand_ repair | CHRYSLER 1939 4-door sedan. i cor. Garland En1a and Amelia. 2-1023.Lt_ Fuel, and bottle gas water 4 11 CADILLAC 8EDANETTERadio .
Good deaD $595. R 8. Evans. I
preferred bat not neces 1941 custOm
FIRST NATIONAL BANK now pro- Auto Ina. Fla. BODY AND FENDER repairing and i 60 W. Central er. .1 4231. UCOL true I1moae. I I *ORD-Pickup, late 1948. low mile- I II theaters. Full automatic with heater hrramatlc '41 FORD Convertible Club.
sar. E\.tl painting. Estimate given. I I 1.0 mi. i
Ii Ye. a eomplet Real Et.te Lan I MAN to install attic fans apace I Satisfaction lldl CHEVROLET goodcondition. 1.t tbrou.hot$1693. I Innll- age. privately owned. Flat body.stake ( ,safety device. Coupe. Good top. looks and'I
luaraDted. 13. CID
on n Varne. .
: rOi I beaten and floor Experienced 1 234 W. milenorth I sides. Heavy onnl. bUstS .4 CEOL REc
!II
'tt furac. like
r and better f runs a new car. Black.
tires large
4 dr..t no apply. itRLPA1RS.-W. of Par and Edgewater. eq old I MERCURY- Pearl I I rear 81,375 Bo.b& I' Rt1'ni

Loans Up to $300 Call fr apply. to e' E. Rughey.: your auto needs; also Supply tires gas aU Apopka Highway.. I I loaded with I'.2-o., $ cr. R truck.Ice Button.See Rime Leetburg.Miller. Wien 8n o One 30 gallon Merion ..$85 Dt.. clean S t.nr I ,
8. Evans.
n 2708 8. and oiL Dixie Sales & Service. W. CHRYSLER 1942 New Yorker. 4 I 60 : : : '
I AUTO. Diamond SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT ,I South at Boone St. i iI door ldaa Fully equipped; WORCU4 Harley PORD.-1947 11* k:61by.1 S One 30 gallon Crane .... $75 41 PACKARD CUPPER 41 STUDEBAKER Champion
Frltlr. lu Experienced. Good ''I excellent tire*. Daid, Dual wheels; lour heel I I 2 door sedan.
; ,. White. par LUBRICATION Sbellubricatioa I den 13.'I i SOl and j I 4-Door sodas Completely
e ; B.Pe.Manager. 100 Metal BuUd- steady Job. References required. B! the thorough scientific IlIbrtcaUo 1, Evans. 8 W. Central: 423 alrfoam buddy et. A-I condltoD!I' en'I.). ale.Ave.New tag. R. S. Jnn j II i One 20 gallon Rem ..$65 a.lo '01 reconditioned Including a
4M $365 SIPoweU & I
4 I. 8ta.WE Every "nook and CHEVROLET 1935 Standard 2-door Walke Imth
Phne 2-3.
t.*' CASH LOANS-Quickly mad on fur DRILLERS-First class; also i car or truck 1 touchel erl'Smooth 701 run- edan. Exceptionally good new Subdivision Wla e O.rden. I I FORD-I* ton 193$ leht Good o One 30 gallon Rheem o$80 Tfc_ ,san MU 1 a 10daysnaraate I new paint job.
condition e good 17th
iEtture.: and diamonds. pump mechanic. LibbnFreeman. > nlng assured yon. tire* and ta*. 84. R. 8. Evans 6 41 -74" ; 1215 .
bndo'g .ut Finance Co. 711 West Church St. Safe prolongs W. Central "" 4321.CHEVROLET I I WOTaC :i!I and Orange Blossom Trail ?
&i I re51e har-tr
14: I.tl ow Bi..BOle Dial 2-3. 01.YOUNG MEN WANTED-For counter place make -1941. 2 door. $1.075 Stacey. 516Palmetto_ Art.. Santerd. I I Imotor i i FORD-1942 pick up. Good n W* ps>'Cask to Used Can 10LDSMOBnzU"4d f
safe and a pleasure. $1. Great Southera i 'I Liquidating business. Mrs. M. C. J. BALUETPLUMBLNO
Fr MADE from $10to $ and store room training. Must : 1941 Chevrolet club coupe, $1.095. MERCURY-1943 2-door sedan New' i sedan. This car has been
LAS privacy fast have hIgh school eucatin. apply :, Stores. 692 K. Orange; dial 2-1880. Also 2. 1939 Ford aeas AU financed original black finish. Excel-I i I II Brown. 110 N. Mills I reconditioned !

F.. Finance service. Inc 32 W.'leall c 1, Mr Wasner. MOrD' Caelro. I RADIATOR REPAIRING make T. P. Baker Wor Co. K Ift eondlLon. $1450. Harley Wads- 'I HOUSE TRAXLIiI-i941 *)ra 21 ft. AND HEATING, J. C. UtEZLLAR, INC completely. I
pi Ave. Phone 9857. NATIONAL FTNANCB Company open- car Complete new stock an copper lmmee Phone 20o.CHERLISl Orange: 8597. II I I Electric brakes. .New 6 ply tires I II
local Managerial position I cores fo replacements. 4-door *e- i Excellent condition..Miss Gray, Or- T17 East Washington Phone 937* "YOUR DEALER** "
QUICK CASH LOANS Furniture, Ing to ofi.Qualified by experience Call C. T Walker Radiator Shop. 621 ,1.1 Harley I I II I anee Blossom TraU r Park. PAC '40 FORD V-8 Coupe. Like
} note and auto loans. 2-hour servte open I 115. I, I j
p *. Family Co. SOI FloridaBank la small loans and discount W. Central dial 5933. Wadsworth. 615 N. Or.II 8597. MRRYYOt CHOICE OF 2- ',, HOUSE TRAILER-21 Ft., Sbllt. 3 42 K. Orant Ave. Aon* 14 new in every respect.

Bldg.; La. manager. buslne. ExeUell' future for right CAR WASHING polishing by sopolntment. j I, CHEVl6iiii94i: Special Deluxe 2 i I good condition; cbeA. owner
I" Phone 2-1661.R C&W. man. Please give fun detail of ability orUI and expert door sedaa. Original finish, goodrubber 1942 tudor sd. dl. hetr. original : Winter Garden Merriment -
and experience t first letter. A replies service call B Service Station. I 1 very good mechanically. $995. '! 2 bocks turn right. '
F QUICK CASH LOANS Box Boone Ilack L. 40 CHEVROLET Business
write corner
andJacksoa.
Prtr. 4 I clean i
R. S Truck and
conidential Bargain j HOUSE Coin
Enl 115.
F f no and ant loans.. In- Star. I I cr. and AI"la 2-1023.L Last .TIR Bart Nortb Standard MotorsOffers Coupe. Perfect transporta-

., La. Co. 501 PLUMBER-Experienced only. Raymond USED MILITARY truck tires for I I I CROSLEY-'47. actual mile*. 'I 1939 fordor aedaa. One o the I..n:: on wen equipped se.la new a used taUt ion at a low cost.
;% .Bll. R CaU manle.Pon. Dleksn. 136. W. Plant St.; sale-ready for servlc 900x16 8- I Tudor sedan. 9 condition. Pint 1 est 1939 model you're t. Take your pick your ow
2.151. Winter Garden. Office phone 95 Ply, 750x20 8-Ply $7 50. Eagle Tire $700 Phone 24673.CHEVROLET ] .lfr I term Wnl" 3330 e Orant these FOR
: 4 OUT OF 5 who ask for a loan her resident pOne 309. Company. 2035 N. w. 1st Avenue, I SUrling-AIextnder ot N.Orang Blossom .
; -get one. Personal Finance Co.. 24 Laundryand Miami Florida. Ph. 36789.7SL 1936 coach with aU Ave. Phone 787$. 'I 33 CHEVROLET Club Coupe.In .

.. o. Oal... Room 2. Phone 23148. ROUTE MAEPtrl.nc. Lann- Avenue new tire*. CaU at 832 Atlanta HOUSE tandem.TRAILER 27 ft.; sleep- 1.1 Zime, QUALITYAUTOMOBILES nice shape after being
I a
E Wolfe, Mgr. dry 39.W. Colonial Dr. 7557. I 20 It. awning and awnIngs: reconditioned.
Nun $100 QUICKLY? Get it here en MECHANIC Experienced; Anto Parts Accessories I I CHEVROLET 1947 Ftaate. MOTRC. 1946 Harley David exhaust fan. dolly .110. extra .
your Florida TUCK club coupe: 11t5. II>Chnrl. Excellent rxradifaen. Reasonable. See Charlie at
I own security Cdt refrigeration experience desirable -, mleue. E Ito SAMLSA
t tro.d.ter
4 21 w. LASALLE I 4-oor. very $ extra N. Eola Drive. Trailer Park U. S. 441.
pin 1st stairway e" but not lear. Must have for -PART. aa ac.lrie good tire. run 1941Dodte. 1'5. 2 on \ g CHEVROLET 4 door se-
.Grand__Theater. .. 1933 : lo -.-.
Mr. MOTORCYCLE. Indian
car See Gner Amera Par mfleD' t good sound $. DI3
Preeooltnt Corp.. Amela. rebuild36 Ford. .e" I 1937 Dodge 2-door atoIOU. motor. Jeweltone flnl Completely dan. Original .inside and
Motors. i 42 PLYMOUTH 2-door sedan
JU SERVICE-By Soc o MAN WITH DRY CLEANING or Inl-Atad. N. Orange new paint; $695. 193 Dad**. newly eqntpped. lfhan, HOUSE T aAA out.
laundry experience Good proposition $795. 1940 Old condition. 912 Palm Drive; 121.

Florida's oldest and most experienced to right party. Character references FRONT END REPAIR PARTS 1.1ual.ble rndltoDe$1195. .1941 "40r, t MY-1131 privately owned 1942 IOdt fitht house. JT. per- i'4 FORD 2-or xtdan IDfe TO %
Phone Winter far almost any make mileage: folly : $1195. 1640Chevrolet good mechanically. studio couth coleman % "
o mlrnt 38 CHEVROLET Standard
small loan and finance cornWales. I 648-R.rllle. llltmen&._ part A Pan.* Son*. 1010 j'j'Oto. H Hllppd ; IUS 1939 I.a.. 100 Cal. CID Av*. las rant, link with running :: I 1'4 CHEVROLET Club Coupe
p Coach. Cant beat this
car
YOUNG MAN ambitious. Prefer with Clfh'Jon. 81. Frd. 4-door: pre II .*,. 6271. 4 clothes closet 3 drawer f
Private offices. Please call AT LT-Bav your car or truck IlS. Martin'' U.e Car*. 101 N. NASH-1940 sedan; and numerous stores loekrs. I DISCOU" for condition and price.
f 'coldenUal fOllltt ePtrne._ preasur met equipped. Warning 8409 heater twin 'uk.Fo rdo 4 comfort*bly. Price 1* 8200 1'4 PLYMOUTH 2-dor ,
a
;
write. No delay. Term \.1' your J 118 Jtntment a'Da informs driver if trade. Ph fo Ibta. .al present day prices, for this type I
p* I **AN-As* 2226. single t o 2-18. ,
la any tire drop whethercar of Coins lot 15378. '
YOUG pra I trier. 1.1O 4 PONTIAC Club ,
Investigations for \ 39 MERCURY.4 door sedan.A .
eeme. Acceptance Corporation ofPLiida. Insurance landing or NASH-194k Ambassador 4 door se Cup
I national concern* At least high Call or come at for t mooD CYL T COn FROM dan 1946 motor very cleanthroughout. St I ON THESE ITEMS. nice car in every respect

Home office 480 N. i school education ability to type needs tOl. McKlnnty Machine demontr. rubber radio and I 1 40 CHRYSLER Windsor 4-
o 1941 Royal 4-deor
a ear Apply M. R Dunan. F. O. Boa Kaiey. Wor.11 sedsa. Jco. heater. $9 S.19 a Jn.101 W. i door sedan.
Fla. h.ucDent I ,, HOUSE TRAILERS-Hew and used 48 FORD Pickup, % ton.
coUD Central Ave. '
Le la Orlando. Phone .Jauonre. PhO.
AnnU 11..o I 11. $1395. i 8600 SD. Small dowl p'Jent' JUST A FEW OF EACH.
I Antos-Traflera NASH 1947 Ambassador club
74. Wanted coupe. balance -monthly
at Cocoa. Winter HanD and 66. Sales Help WantedcitsM.zSMANMust 1941 Windsor Highlander Tow aedaa. -: Beautiful two ton ta A conditioner I Sale 540 N. Orange L' Tral TaI 37! N. Orange Ave. Phone The cars Mated below are in 4

BUIOC WANTED The later and extra A car. ,, foot onr4. KIT KAMFER 147 aluminum J1 fair condition but are stillgood
., *X: Cloud. Same service! h. uPtr. cleaner the better Might buy Ole IUIS A Deluxe throughout. Don .alt Ca i i trailers. Ideal for t..lnl.a boat ,|I i transportation.
I 1. ence Salary Plus 0 Pontiac, Stiver 62 2-61. withrefrigerptor
,R a J. Motor 202 I Pont Ins and fishing trip* |i AND CABINETS .
., Il 1 pnD Trail. j ClonalI 8tarung-A2exaader Voo" HI IT. NASH-1938 5 passenger Opera : an4 many extras. Have j SINK .
:; Mortgage Loans S .SIOsm I Chevrolet 'ar eth_ Orange Ave. PhOI 1US I C. left at bargain price 8499. I
CDI Olla flatl 10 leDr I fO TOR THE MAN LOOKING
DEALER WANTED la Brevard County I I Central.o
101 W. i
P. condition. UI. I I .n WEEKEND SPECIALS 546072 Inch
.. APA.R'rMZNTS..Oroves. commercial. 200 farm-horn necessltie'I Indar.t Truck aid FOR A LOW PRICE CAR.
bra all P H.A.* h Ytaml ,
&4*. Ul t DDT etc... tllOw .D 2-102. perfect cnlUo Ownr. .Phone "
33 pears to pay No fee..Rx-NrGW For particular Rawleigh's. D. YARNER Etc..want t buy you I 2-M91 I 39 CHTTROLIT I ScoT td B _.8JW
or 128 M. Orange Dept. ?FAF.lgQ.142. Memphla. Tenn.TLESMrN"wANTES auto or truck and pay top LOIC OP I- :ODE A-io plk-lp. Frtee 12 opt SAY
prices immediately. Varner NASH-TWO CHOOSE FROM '
41n. D 110. T Winter 419. 38 DODGE 4 door sodas __SIM
Experience Phnt Par.
a 1 I Stud.bake Sales 234 1940 Special Deluxe 4-door Iaa'Iadlo ATTIC FANS
IbOI idling taUngible. helpful but Ave Phone 2-313.8mc and beaur. dean a Pm 1941 tudor 600. Excellent condition MOTORCYCLES Brand' nov' Royal FORD Easiness Coupe MMIM7 '44 MERCURY 4 door 4A __SMS
1 t1H **
& Lq-en low-rate. I necessary. Permanent and with ua- FRANK throughout. Economical $995. i EnfUld 1947 models. 125 CC. 100 I
how'to 109.
really knows I j t
r 11r. mort.. '. Call ,lmite JIOaslbWtt.pi 'Starting a liberal'Income- I get R hh dollar for your tar I 1937 Deluxe : 1941 sodas. 8 1 i left miles at oa$ Ia na l prtc e1PtI 3' MORE-- U 368 Inch '3* PONTIAC Coops ___tm

f.Me O. Cr Realtor. W.,r wlSvVa B wee Sentlnel-SUr fa j, or equity CU five lat Wb, Vat S lan 4o .l. Anot' 8225. W. NASH Sedan -_'
: Jo& 8t.Myers.Phone 8881. 2 ,i Give oualiricaUons and ', 11"e /'em awaJt Give I .Der I. priced 145. i, eonDom1. car. Be t aD t I term. R.sal lH 1 .
201 N. .
.. \ appltIt .Blossom Trail; 7883. 1936: Standard 2-door saD 1ohi, I NATIONAL-1942. 21'. equipped 111 FORD Sedan -__'! These and many more good
LSED ta.
-W LOANS- -To build-purchase. CARS WANTED cor. nta FlorIda i i fancy. Just a 12 I 8tr1I-Alunde Uotn R. Or- I for four. Prtway ran: OTHER tlNE LATE bargains waiting for the right
Jef-
Mot burner, t MODE
oil Ralph FREEZERS
and repair. Prompt aerr- t .1 al. Ihon. tltatna HOME
t:: cost*. Complete plan nights n S 1. 5'. Bll xli. 2.262s. Starting-Alexander Motors, 501 N. 18 I Wblr. CoaQ. P.'PT.OUII CARS TO CHOOSE buyer. Let as hefej you with
2301.DN' Orange Phone

::.alble.. lioua Including modeL plans WIDI SALESMAN WANTED value LOSE MONEY W* Will pay Ae 11S I NASH 13 4-door edn. new plt lo nbbr deluxe sad pue moe sew t 6 and 12 fetA your transportation Problems. f
Loan car. Dent
*
8 I shiny very n be
w Par Ferl' .. .Winter Park. 1 One of the oldest tetile a 51100- 242 besliali ace u now. Onus tl C& DODGE_ :1(40 sedan. A good buy. 1a1. practically 1".0 mKha.. G day l.n& cna e.. Chine_director USED CAR .

want factored ID the Ct.B N. Orange Ave. Phone 14 $995. Harley Wa..or 615 K. b only $345. I 8 Evans call $1M. Price $84500.SALVAGEWrecked Our ears are kept in A-l condition -
5- by LANW'build t he 01 wants Florida RpreantUy. SPOT CASH PAID for your Ued car. Orange; 8597. Bargain Lt er. Garland and '41 Diamond T. EXCHANGE '
D Florida by a staff of 4
.Ident See J. C. "Your Packard DODGE 1941 Good eoadiUom. Amelia. competent -
Y give prompt O- enable Trade.Ilood M..Kela collnrble. 2103.OLJOB tractor for sale Inspect at Dia .
0 I Dealer. .
iF a !9 Flrt durtne Federal wt Savings t i in <,I' snea. and 5tor$f.mar. w ct fur-UI I I 5147. 342 Or& Ave. Phone I' v.. 0.. New. patllt C J.Pri- b.nt 11 4o edaa. mon T.. 8* Seme Can 8. W. 21' W. Washington Si. T STORES mechanics.
n expenses. "at 9 d. 2-111
of 30I I' tithed and 'r.nUIK STANDARD MOTORS $ R. 8. W. Washington St.I3N.Garlandlt. .
"latO OrlanO INC. will bay ''DD-,-1939. 4 deluxe tJllt ..8 SCHVLT TRAXLER'-2Ofi.. sleep 4. Z
'S\ Pa. i i11E8TATB I eeUen' canc. fO.dy.nmcllt r, good clean used r and will pay I actual do. Pnt ow.e.lal C.ntl Ave.phosse 4231. r Folly equipped Aluminum covered. I 143 North OanaeAY. '
the
I Mente Co. Inc. Post Off, right price for thel 375 N. .' Original paint good ttn PLYMOUTH-1947 c..rtll coupe. I A beaatUul lob for 502 East '
I Low Writ. [ ante Aye. Phone -. Richter Cabinet Shop Ave.on Ivory color. Like Evafls. An Clermont. 1._. 12 in the
l. Same Location
b l> lIa,. build LAS C' SoS 10 S&alh Gt WE BUT USED CARS Any = Winter Oardern R 8 W. Central Av*..R S Yea Phone 3300 FILLEY MOTORS INC
TRAILER 6 3
ft4 1949
"""' nm 1 j
I a property. The Tt I I any modrt any year- .I DODGE 1941 foa door Ia PNClIJ sedaa. New motor. awnlnssr 1 \ Phone

en'. o Prt NaU Olins Dsed Cars. 142 N. Oale '' Good tire*. ) C $595. Harley owr.ml ml. S. of De 19.. Orange S2 200 W. CtBUU Plum 84\"
I -; Pone 2.34 o .. 4041 during business lO Waaswortkv 615 N. Orange, 8597. I Blossom Trail .

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'I i.I 1i i.; China and Africa. An African Page 16 eke' Stntfent f pllttnel- tttr Orlando, Florida, June 1 1,1947
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Church Group leper colony houses 3,000 pa- 1
Legislators Explain Billsl
Ii tients. qualified electors equal to "at least I more City Hospital for pediatrics.The .I I The London: Gazette, founded "j

Meet Here To The leers is expectedby 25 per cent of the number of votes eight are: Thelma Irvin I!in 1665. was the first English)! 1
church to result in Violette Basaloff. Juliette Largue.
expansion of a vigorous peace lr FRANKLIN H. STEVENSON county governing body shall be educational, but also his practical cast in the last preceding municipal -!Dora Pierce. Mary Loveland. Mary' news publication regularly issuedin
Attract Many program. .[City Editor The 5uxtey Sentinel-Star] the board of county commissioners administrative and executive qualifications election." If approved the I Seeley. Betty Nichols and Lucille what is now recognized u
would be effective j t format.
in collection
{ Orange County's five consolidation and lay down the policy for for the proper' handlingof change Webb. newspaper
the first of Januaryfollowing
f j Two special trains and at least'', Miami Ad Club Head measures which have passed the county. such office. the election.day ---
one chartered bus will bring dele- the House and now await action in
Members of the county board In making said appointment
Here the Senate, have atatracted The also provides EASY
gates here for the 161st annual Speaks Tuesday more measure HOW
would be elected at large for.four 1 I the board shall in be
conference of the Church of the' attention among representativesthan no manner ] that, if the offices ef tax col
Brethren, to start Wednesday. 'Richard E. Hinman. president any other local laws introduced I,I year terms and must be representatives guided by political considerations,I lector and assessor are com- To ba rid of ants and insects
June 11. i i i of the Miami Advertising Club,j ji this year Alex Akerman Jr. [ of the district they rep- I it being the specific intent of this I the tax officer resulting FAMOUSCHALKLINE
J Reports from headquarters in;i will speak at the Central Florida l: declared yesterday. I| resent. Theft salary would be $25 law to place suwh office on the therefrom may carry out its provisions I THE
Elgin, III. said that in addition I!Advertising Clubs luncheon Tues- j "Many of the representatives I!i per month with a 7'/2-cent travel j highest possible pla.ne of merit,I, i I II' DDTCRAYONi
to 715 delegates from 38 States''day at 12:15 pjn. at the Lake' from other counties have requested, allowance to and from meetings. j All of the bills carry the form of j
'copies of these'! y.y.av..4Rward j' experience and ability so as to Improve -, Where draw. chalk line TOO leave a streak of
several thousand members Eola Hotel. you
are expected : The board may employ a legal I' the ballot to be used at the referendum :
to visit Orlando. i He will explain details of the I I'acts from Tyn: I adviser at not more than 15,000 j i as much as possible the educational -j election deciding whether i DDT Insecticide. :
The trains one from Chicago I Fourth District convention of the Cobb" and myself per year. The secretary-treasurer, system of the public or not they shall become effective. ALL STORES 39c j
the other from Washington, are 'Advertising Federation of America -. he said. "It: per year. The secretary-engineer, schools in Orange County Flor i t' NATIONAL PRODUCTS CO. ORLANDO, FLA.
j due at 10:55 ajn. June 10. The which will be held June 27 to may well be that acting as administrative assist- ida." :' Eight Nurses Leaving
bus will come from Washington. '29 In Miami Beach. i'Orange County: ant to the board. would receivenot
Foreign missions and relief, for He will be met at 10 ajn. at will set an ex- y more than 7.500 per year and HB 1247 provides for the i For Studies in North
I for effie- of ..
assessment and collection
ample
which a budget of 1150.000 will the Orlando Municipal Airport by, } could not be appointed for morethan' : !
;, lent re-organiza- municipal taxes by the county I Eight student-nurses at the "
be up for approval are ,to domi-:Pres. W. R. Verigan and a dele four years. .
i tion of countygovernments the vote Florida Sanitarium and Hospital
nate the conference along with gation from the Central Florida The secretary-engineer 'would providing municipalities afternoon 'X :ice
for school will leave this -
in favor of such training
an arrangement I
discussion of and church, make aQ purchases for all
I peace I ; care 1 study in
the entire Stats for six months'
I organization according to Paul W.I,Club.The of Florida. county buildings; have care and Washington and Baltimore three
I Keller public relations director. United States has 31 million I j custody of all county property; The bill would exempt the col- Elizabeth
in the St.
"In opinion ; months each OUR HOMEs
I t Major mission stations of the telephones; the rest of the t i, these my five supervise construction and main- lection of special assessment: liens ;{ Hospital Washington. D. O, to or FORY
J church are maintained In India, world. 21 million. acts constitutethe tenance of roads and bridges: and provides that "all municipal I! specialize in psychiatry and Balti- _
I' most for- supervise and care for prisoners; taxes delinquent in 1948 and prior .
I looking Akerman and take care of welfare activities.In years shall continue to be col- I
I legislation that has been presentedto short it is designated as a full lected by the municipality to: '
i I the voters of Orange County for i time Job administering the affairs which they are due." : ,
their approval or rejection in the of the county. The county tax assessor would
The secretary-engineer would make the assessments which wouldbe
three decades.
past ,'prepare the budget which would reviewed and equalized by; -LJ usm[ JDA9
They were drawn after a be advertised 10 days prior to its county officials. The tax collector
I! s tOur careful study of the recommendations l approval by the board. There- would make returns of monies collected -
of the Citizens' Com- after the budget "shall be considered to municipalities once a 500 W.CENTRAL AVC.
mittee which worked so long and and adopted by the County week. The fee for the collection .
faithullbprior to the meetingof Board and of ----. -.,--.-- ..
County Budget Com- would be 1/10 1 per cent of the '1
the Legislature. If adopted, mission in accordance with exist-. "total taxes assessed and collected : : SEE "E t10tS"
they will no doubt, result in s! ing law." I upon uch rolls, for such munici :
I treat savings of money for I HB 1249 would crate, effective pality." i I FOR BETTER BEDDING ;
Orange County, but more important i Jan. 4, 1949. the elective office of The act'specifically states thatit I i Made to your order ,
than the financial i clerk of Orange County and "shall not be construed to con- Inner Spring Mattresses :
.
Awning work represents a study of your surroundings savings will be the efficient { abolish the positions of clerk of fer any Jurisdiction. power or authority i: = .. 4.11I11iS .-
... on understanding of requirements-and operation of our county govern : Circuit Court clerk of the Crim- in the county budget com- : Box Springs :
your
ment.'* inal Court of Record clerk of mission. over the annual : Hollywood Beds ,
on completion an awning job that will beautify and I Tor the past three sessions of I County Court and the supervisor 'budgets of, or over the millage : Mattress Renovating Anywhere la : VENTILATED AWNINGS AND DOOR HOODSYou :
protect your home. of registration. determined and fixed by any mu- i : Central Florida <
the Legislature, I have endeavored -
CALL VS TODAY FOR COMPLETE DETAILS I to do something to give Orange ,! These positions would be merged I nicipality. ..." I CALL BETTER US TODAY TONIGHT. SLEEP ,, i get the utmost In quality protection, i iI
into the duties of the elected I The bill provides that a munici- I .
efficient and economical ;
FLORIDA AWNING CO. County a more I I ECHOLS BEDDING CO./: I with these gracefully curved California
government" Cobb told clerk, who would be paid $7.500 a pality may call an election on the : beauty,
423 S. Huchey St. Phone 9X26 The Sunday Sentinel-Star over the i year and who would employ helpas I issue of whether or not its taxes I I Oa Sanford Hwy Just Sooth ol : I Cltarheart' REDWOOD Awnings. Pat. ,;
j "and I feel that this I!, needed. He would retain'all shall be collected by the county : the Caderpass sated ventilated feature assures maximum t
telephone rbwi Winter Park I5S-W : .
i; i ir the county's opportunity to, the powers of the abolished offices either by resolution of the governing P. O. Box 717. Orlando Fla. j summer comfort. Budget plan if you desire.Let
:: is modernize its antiquated system and continue to collect fees and I I body or by a petition signed by I f.....................................---r r our designer how you what they can do. k
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I r BRING ; FAMILY BRING YOUR FRIENDS of government. ': commissions Term of office wouldbe i! for your hornet No obligation simply telephones s .
"The entire consolidation mat- four years. I
down into I! HB 1250.would. effective Jan. 4. INLINE WITH f
HOLD CONVENTIONS, DAY OR EVENING ter has been broken
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five bills all of which are being! 1949. create the elective office of Home 4 Gardens and House Beautiful
SANLANDO SATISFIES submitted to referendums" he ) county' tax officer with a four- THE PRESIDENT'S POLICYTo I Ved ,1
continued. "This means that any- ; year term and abolish the tall bring price more tn line we wish to announce a 1

assessor and collector. I merchandise o4 17 this firm. We guarantee this act not to impair our
one who doesn't like any partial- in and service in Get
hIgh standards quality any way. our new prices on
lar portion of the proposals may I The tax officer would be paid. INSIDE and OUTSIDE Venetian Shads, Louvred Awnings and Aluminum. : 14 E. CHURCH ST.-ROOM 115 ]
vote against them and at the same;: $7,500 per year and would succeed ,. Patio, Kitchen and beck Furniture.
time vote for the portions of which I'I to an the powers and duties of "WE SERVE CENTRAL FLORIDA" ,
\\" they approve. j! the abolished officers. He wouldbe ADAMS VENETIAN BLIND SERVICE I Phones I i
\ bonded for $50,000.HB .
each'
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"The proposals also ; $151. Ceattal Orlando rhoDe Hit-Wiater Park S4S I
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\\\\t\\ city in the county to take advan- 1246 would change the office Orlando 9694 Winter Garden 227 Red Sanford 'f01-J Ji i
\ tage of the proposal to have, the of.county superintendent of public'''' --- ij ir
county collect their taxes, provided I instruction from an elective officeto j
the citizens of the com- one appointed by the Board of d H{
munity indicate such & desire I! Public Instruction. The superin-
through a vote. I i tendent would be paid $7300 per
"Soon after the Legislature adjourns !1 :year and.could be moved at anytime r, 1
y\\\ I Intend to return to : by a majority vote of the 't: 1
i Orange County and spend great board. :
t ; deal of time addressing civic bodiesto I Qualifications of the superintendent 4L A j
TJt1A'kI explain the bills and answer would be at least "a : :
questions concerning them. I also I master's degree in education or S V
l i fropteaic J intend to go on the radio and tell I i kindred arts; at least five years Growing Pains i !
(; the people what the bills contain.jl I J practical experience in teaching :
and what they will do. I I, in public schools; and he shallhave
.demonstrated not only his
"CENTRAL FLORIDA'S "I believe the voters of Orange -.1' t
County are intelligent enough S1. V,
Y CROWNING ACHIEVEMENTIN to approve the bills if they are ,- -, -

OUTDOOR RECREATION" given truly informed an opportunity concerning: of them.being ''I Central Florida is growing and that's great! But aches and J "J' ,'
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"I cannot understand the pointof ; t **' vajjj-
the Orange County.Democratic' pains are part of rapid'growth.'Between*1940
and SO tKe ,
DELIGHTFUL BATHING and DANCING Committee in adopting a resolution I J'j /
I I opposing the bills,when_each .

I PICNIC UNDER GIANT OAKS, OR ENJOY DELICIOUS vision.of them I carries feel that a referendum it is the ultimate pro--I : REPAIRS' population centering around Orlando, Winter'Park-anford' 1j 1\

: LUNCHES AND DINNERS. AT SANLANDO CLUBHOUSE aim of democracy let.the \

THREE MILES WEST THRU LoNG WOOD VJA'HIGHWA'y 171j : the voters polls.decide what they,:want at I-" 1 and Deland will have doubled/ ,*" i j F

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i < > ;""' Sen. Walter W. Rose reported Day and Night ; ,.
that he has not had an opportunity ,
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to read the latest version of '
the bills but would issue a state- Good Work t tf. Your city gas company has growing pains too. That is because al )

,, ment as soon as he got a chanceto I
GuaranteedPrices
go over them. .
Akerman and Cobb said the bills I .:; during! this period of expansion ,1'
the Right y' your city gas company must, somehow i
were little, changed from i ;
copies originally made available.[ I ;

bills here., together An analysis with of the the changes latest j Yes Sir! we do ,. ,find twice as much equipment as .it has been able to use before*.;::>4 ,.: .. j
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Is presented herewith. first class
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The principal change in the I
measures is in HB 1248. which relates
to the county commissioners* work and wouldliketo'proYeit ; Some equipment i is already coming, and we are doing
In this bill, the board secretaryas : everything : I

I originally provided for. would ::1 f ;. ... ."
I be a secretary-engineer and would we can fo get it into service for those new Central Florida : -
assume all of the duties of the I I to you .)
county engineer in addition tq the i
duties of secretary of the board. i ; .families who know what city do and who ..
can satisfied
gas are
.
He could be removed for cause by : i' j.1
a majority vote of the board. I RAMBO
: The purpose of this. Akerman s with nothing less than cify !
gas
said was to relieve the countycommissioners i
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duties so that they might act' -
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with r0owey.r Evdra Humphrey. Alice HanJer, beth Vrocent Forma Jean WsElck. Jean'hat: J. X.UsynsH. Roter Steers Oeorto IMedlln. t
ben director of thechoir. .... .! Smith-Parrish Miss !
nrinririt Jare JeD.. Ward Martha W.raer.,14atJorie Weakesv I[l Janet Kmi& Lather 1mII.I Johnson .
Vera Jarvls. Betty .
the I 'Jekson. ,
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Walter organ. 'Johnson. Flo Johnson. Jane Johnson. Viri Billie Jean Weeks. Jens Adrea WeHs i ICorUand I Moore. Reed Morris Walter .'f'
Included in the 1946-47 class i tints Johnson. Phyllis Johnson. Sara Doris rUe Weston, Suzanne Wheeler. I Mvro I. Robert Mnrrah :Bernard Mast .
: :? i Louise Jones Sue Kehler, MartarH BTelUw'Jean Carolyn' Vlrtlnla White. b.r1Im Whitehead -t I r I7JIIk1. Hoots McCaH.: Joe McCawItr.I BrideElectMr. ;
the following'Bernette '! Keily. Darts Kelcey.' Patricia Kerr EngagementAnnounced
are .
r Helen KesseL Mary Beralre I Keyman. Dor Jeaa ;Wilson. Nelda Wolfe Sally .i I Jolua.llcbu. Bob McGlnais. Jesse 5allI
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,dWoota Yw.9' jAUen. Joao Albtftz. Kathleen |thy Kline.' Ann Klux Urea Lee Klvnk. Sulean.;, Richard Nable. Earl Kebon. Alfred Kieod' and Mrs W. R. Johnson elf t
4', Amutrotif. IterietU Arndt :Barbara Ar- | Geneva Knight, Jaanits Knight. Betty ,, I t
. Yates Z.ck PostleIt Land. Lorraine Larson.Ales LaaKhiBChouae. -J Mm Lev Potter.-- PeI-. BoUeback IKU. Franck Nicholas. John 1fIcJao1 Quitman Gku announce the engagement I:$
. Anna Mae Aititon. Vary Jean At- i .
nette. Frances Lee. Flortireo LePerer, 1|Betty Ut\ : Clara Doerr Petty Lake.i Pant Norris Brtwster Bray. Irwin HsJpor of their daughter.: Mary
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vood. Julia :BaOr :BeJi .Barlow :Betty. |, Frances Lent Louise Lynch. Alice Maasley. i'i Betty Jean llvlantou. John Holt. Raymond Leonard ,Bark L .. Mr and Mrs. B. I.. Smith of I Anna Johnson of Quitman ana I
Ana :Basemore Patricia Ruth Beaty.Lortae Nancy Matmder Helen Martin. I .
Baccalaureate Services And :Black Helen :IBltm.: Joan: :Blomenbcrr. > i I, Betty Wedlock.: Dixte Meek Mary Ann John, Adams. 8wPh.AfcheJ..Art Albelly I B.Bob Lamb Og1I Ie. John :Benjamin Otletree: this city announce the approaching Orlando, to Ray Stuart Farquahaar I
1 MiDcr "Paula Moon. HavelHarlan. Macaaley Andrews. f Bailey: Jr. ,
Dorothy 'Bouldln. Delnr :Boar- Miller. .1'hgebe Carolyn Korean. Juanita Mor- I! Frank Page. Buddy Parrish wmiam Pal marriage of their daughter, of Orlando and Ft. Coviagtoo ; f
land. Jene Vrlna Bgyd Dorothy Bridles.DoI'OI.h I! Bffly Barlow Monroe Eeach. John BenoibJacques trick Bill Peeler Edwla Fhilipa. David Juanita to Haley T. Parrish son N. Y. i'
Anne Motley. Betty Anne McBride. ;
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Alrln Block Jim Block. Pittnan.Jack PUaco. James Porter Robert > .
Broadvell. Margaret Brokaw.Dorothy1 Mary Eliiabeth: McCor- The bride-elect is graduate of
McConnelL a
Nell of Mr. and Mrs. Harley W. Par- '
Exercises Set ':Brooks Betty Jean Brown. Louise 'ralck. Alien McEachran. Ana McKeniie... Harry Botand Brewstet Brsy..Jlm Beans.Edward Ramsdell.Robe Ream. Gene ReyI i
Commencement Brows Gloria Snub. June Biisset. ,Barbara Mclaughlin. Buchanan.Joseph BvnaeU. CharlesBart I I olda. Allen Jay. Bobby Rivers. James rish. con of Mr. and Mrs. Harleyw. Quitman High School and attended -
I Mildred Bumette.Betsy Burton.Lah Both. .. Jtoberr;Byrnes. Gene Carpenter.I .!' Robertson.. Richard Salomon Bat Sauaders. Parrish of Weirsdale Dullness' school in Orlando ,
i I Frances {Preacottt Hewtoa. CUwlIa Saonders. William Self Allen I
Orlando Senior High School will' 'A soprano solo,Gounod's Sanc- Jan ter. Virttnia CapSMl.Carter.Helen Rita Cantcna CaoL AUetn Jean Chap-Cat' !Merle Nickels. Carolyn Noblsv Ja.Ice'Ii,1I. I: Lawrence Chambetila.Carter.Rkkson Warren Cheek.Caverly Donald Chubb.Jerry I James Barry Sheddan. Robert Lents Sarik.. The ceremony will take place She holds a secretarial position r ;.
Berylen Owens) Lyons :Betty Anne Owster. George Clapham James Cloner Morty Rocky I Smith. Dan SmiUu Dave Smith.Robert 18, at at with the American Fire and Casualty ;
: issue diplomas to the largest graduating tus will be given by Virginia Im.u. Carllta. Clark. Dorothy Clark. Genie 1, Jackie Parron. Dolores Partin. Wanda Smythe. leone Bnipes Harold Wednesday. June 4 pjn.
Cohen. 'Edward Colt. Earl Compton. ,
Joyce ElotM Cooler Marian Jackton. :-
t in its history hereWednesday { ,Yvonne Peeler. Jean PerryrAnnelle Bob Still James the First Baptist Church in Or- Co. i Fl:
class and the OHS Barbara Jones June Cossin. ChristineICrum I Lee Psrtln David Condrey. Richard cook Donald j I SpayaCoDe.1t Steward .
r at commencement exercises Carter soprano 1 Betty Lou Curtis. i' Frrrr. Marjorie Petty. Joan Pick, Corbetb -Doatlas Courtney Marshall Stone Hath Stump Harold Taylor lando. The reception will be held Mr. Farqtihar is the doe of .
- at: choir. The choir will render.ROn- Betty Marie Davis. Xaney Day. Jean I',nil Jewell Pickering. Elinor Pierce.Jean DaDe,. 'Dabney Davis. Donald Dearinc.Stravoa Geone Tetexaki Lather Thomas* Edward at the Sorosis House. Mrs. Herbert R. Farquhar and 5
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to be held Rayboro.
Poets Lois V Charles
pm. Doris Deaopovlos. Raman Dixon Ralph Thornton. WBliam Tiller. ,
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Dodd. Dodd. Vlrtnia.
DeLoaeh Beverly Petty -
the Municipal Auditorium. Ap- ; ald Cain's Prelude.Dr. ( Dreyer Ann Eidson Donna Claire [ :Rehberc. DeFrasia Richard. Mildred 'Dobbins; Milton Drake. Frank Drury. I Rkhtec. Mary RicnaU. MarlannoRUey. hert t Robert DndcrhtlL Billy TJthlmBt. Donaid i Goto. He attested the TJni *
Fisher of the
Evans. Louise Flnne. Vlrtlnla but an friends coupje} ver. i
students'are candidates .
proximately Paul C. Carpenter president Barbara Rinker. Emily Robertson.Jeanne Barry Ester. Jack Fox. I II Van i.wlillaWakema Bud-
Jinunie Nell flemine. Mary Ford. Bar : t
I 1 Lynda Savni -t ;=im..W1.bo I' Robert I invited to attend. Yersityof Michigan prior to Ok* r
: for degrees. .' ; barm Foster. Edith Foster Orac Patrell Ryan Phyllis Byan. James Fnlntex Billy i ijOeiet. Walker. Graham Wallace; Thomas are
Trill of the Orange County,Ministerial Bettr Oarris. Jani Oay. Vivian GlUlam. i I den. Dorothy Belle Bhaw. Carolyn Shlnt.I I Bill Grant Bob Grtner. WQliaai 1 Wallace. EMrMte Ward. Donald Watts. Miss Smith attended Weirsdale I tering the Army Air Forces. Sinde ; I
The Baccalaureate. service Assn.-and.minister of the Central Betty Jane Gonder. Jeanbc Proae. Bea Mary Loaise Sktnner Annaa Jane, SioaUI {'Charles V Hsberland. Ernest EatenmaeUer. 'Sidney Webb. Joel Wells. Tom Wimsms. School and attended Florida his discharge he has been ea i
}; I I Hmo BpantJ er Marilyn Charles Wtthertntton. High
r; held .today at 8 pm. at the Utee GouHt. Kathertne Gray. Sara Green. Pay Smith. W. C. Hanunood Thomaa Baacock Barry Jack: WUhu' Wlndom.
OHS Auditorium, and will begin Christian Church, win bring the Myra HMllden. Erelm Banuaond Martaref Staples.. Fred Anne Steele Doris .tephens. Hartfawaj! Winston Bardoaan.' Thomas i' Sheldon Wlttensteia. George Wolfe., State College for Women for two j played with Smith Paint aqtt- i !
Marl Burr- Phyllis Stone. Emily Stra.Adu Basdorff. Barton Bendrtz. Daniel Bin- Earle Wollua. Edmund Wood James Bar. Jdr. Parrish served for two 1 Lacquer Co V i I
Joyce BartzetW
the followed to the students and Dr. Hampton. Catherine Torrance. GeraldineT.ucbte4 yaw. Louis Zuck. years. t
"with processional by'i message Tompkins. son. Charles Howcll. DeVerc HoweO old Woeiford. Leslie
; Heins.Man
field. Bernice Baymons. Pearl Is i The.wedding will take plait ;
Gloria 8e1d-J. with the Navy and now
Tacktr. Gilbert \
the John Branscomb'wi1l give the bona Ihomas Banter- Arthur Irvine. Lacy Steven ArcheL Richard Bifirins. years
l invocation the Right Rev. Joan RUcork. SbirwJ'Jean
by Hahtate. .
\ HodovaU Arnlt Ruth Hodir Url- Jacqueline Waits. Ruby Rachel Woolen Jollusoa."Lee William Joiner Donald Kelly. McCree Herbert' Bops g Baford. Wand a_ student at the University of June 21 at the First Presbyterian ki .,
will be ...
Msgr. Joln G. Bishop of'the St. benediction.The.rticession tins Hodcea. Helen Charlotte Honour. Wink Mae Young. I Jimmy Ita. Cb&rJa'Later. Donald !llam Blbcrlaad.' McElwe* ,1 I i Church in Cfflando. l .
t James. Catholic Church.t provided by Mrs.. Julia K. 'Camp- Eugenia Hoover LaciU J4&eHOI'DU._ Irya JusnlU Ruby TJnderrood. Nadlne Zlbarjirr -'LanU. Erwia Richard Lewis,LooK Ltana- Johnny StaiUnt. Florida, V i ir

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thrott, Eugenia Moody, Nancy
f ood about Hughes Ronny Mellow, Shirley
Miss Brinkman '
r eJfl/JzOj ltJ1tir1aTCIDJ.YillE Champion. Tommy Black, Mary
Lovejoy Tommy Coulter, Ruth :I-
Lt. Woodruff, Carol Padgett Cynthia Mrs. Edward F. Jdfte* Jr. entertained -
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\% Tuesday's program will be given tea at her home IMS .....WashI -
I Vows pupils of Iris Daniel Engelare by the following intermediate and ington St., honoring yiss Patty
j presenting programs of ensem- I) advanced students: Jean Riggte. Ann Jackson a member of the
By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor Knowles Memorial Chapel, decorated ble music- for the pleasure of pa-;1 Carol Clark. Jean Holsclaw Jessie'! graduating class of Orlando Sen-
rents and, friends on Monday .and Parker, Eloise Fishback, Dorothy i lor High SChooL
I with Easter lilies, white Tuesday at 8 pjn. at the studio. OF THE most attractive events of the week was the tea and k '
ONE this week complimenting Miss.Susannah Urie. bride-elect i I peonies and white gladioli, was the 625 Palmer St.Monday's Lambert Anna Rose Costantino. Mmes. Thomas Jackson, Richard
{setting for the candle-lighted program will be givenby Hoffner. Nellie Ogden Mary'Walsh Harry Ward, Roderick
when Mrs H. Cordes, Mrs. M. G. Empie, Mrs. P. J. Langford and Mrs. I cere- the elementary through lower Gay Wiley and Edwin
i Phoebe ,
Lovejoy. Martha Gibson Shirley ,! Wiley.
mony last night when Miss Emma
F. C. Thompson entertained intermediate: groups an interest- Branham Rose- Barry.:
Champion, Betty
1t1t r at Mrs. !Ann Brinkman, daughter of Mr. k 3i.Y ing feature of which will be the ,mary McLemore. Helen Hoover, The graduates awfcttn were the
t ,. Langford's home in { and Mrs. William Caspor Brink- family groups appearing as fol- Maria Bear, Beverly Lipthrott Suzanne Misses Carolyn Softer, Ann Eid-
I. .P .. Frostproof. I' man, became the bride of Lt. (jgl t lows: Nancy and Billy Fowler. Rowntree. I son. Mary Ford Pat Kerr, Phoebe
t I Presiding at the Ervin F. Hodge, son of Mrs. M. Margie and None Lucy McCree. j!: Both programs will rachjdp Miller Vera Jarvte Roeeanne
I i iF. Hodge and the late Mr. Hodge Gail and Vicky Lundberg, Ann and and ,
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tea table were theMmes. duets, trios, duos, quartets,
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Saundwrs i jof Live Oak. Eloise Fishback, Carol and Geor- quintets, using one, two, and three J I More than 100 members of the
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J. K. Enzor. the First Methodist Church, officiated George Weinroth, Dottie Lou Rob- -
John Ma'xcy and E. in the presence of a large ertson and cousin. Rosemary Mc-
N. ?avis. Also assisting -I assemblage of friends and rela- Lemore. Rhea and Marian Bear, Day and Every Day
! were Mrs. tives. Doris and Suzanne Rowntree
A. B. Cannon and The program of nuptial music er Joyce and Mary Ellen Barber,
the Misses Betty: was given by Herman Siewert. a Ricky and Danny Engel, Marcia
Knowles Chapel organist and and Eugene Adams. ,
j Johnson, Ida Sue
I <; Mitch and Phyllis I{ Glenn Ingram, soloist. c. Also Dorothy Dickinson Shiran.
.' I The bride, given in marriageby ) Skop, Thorpe Austin. Toby Tur- ".
i Lan :ford. During her father,'was lovely in a wed- II I '. v
I j the evening the ding gown of traditional white satin I 'I :. \ )'
x. I Mutes Charles the long skirt ending in' a
i 1 Campbell, Henry L. sweeping train. The bodice fea- !\ -
iayY7Y Capps Jr., .Cop 1 e tured a yoke of net with softly Sometbwg HEW
Gilbreath and Laura rounded neckline outlined with a I
Jean Matey entertained motif of seed pearls. The embellishment AND BEAUTIfUL BY. .
with a of pearls! was repeated at
the fitted waistline. Her fingertip
musical program.Approximately for window
'veil of Illusion fell from a bandeau your
lOa 1 of net flowers, and she carried -
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'\ guests enjoyed the a shower bouquet of white ,0 ? 8a
party.Susannah's I I carnations and lilies of the valley y w' 1r 9
sorority [ centered with a white orchid. -'s <.
sisters, the I Maid of honor was the bride's v
KappaAlphaThetas i'sister, Miss Mary Brinkman, who 4 as a un I
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at Rollins wore a becoming gown of green -
a College have enter- I marquisette which featured a fit- y
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SUSANNAH URI E mal parties to honor neckline outlined with a frill of -= -
i ivory colored lace. She carried a \
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DROWN DAUGHTER of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Brown ,
her hair. ate z a
Saturday for a short visit with her parents. Muriel is a I Mrs. B. H. White of Dallas,

first year student of designing at the Ringling School of Art in Sara- ':Texas, the former Miss Ann Pat- r r'a fn/i y

sota and recently won third place for her design for a black lace tishall of this city, was matron of
j honor. Her gown, fashioned! like
formal at the student's annual exhibition. She will return for the
that of the maid of honor was it k ri .
1 Summer session at the school. Col. and Mrs. Donald Herron and ; yellow marquisette and she carried r 'Ai&
1 I daughter, Betty Lee, have sold their home on Golfview Ave., and. "la bouquet of orchid colored VENETIAN BLINDS ; p :

have moved ta the Gifford Anns Apts. Mrs. ODell Thompson will ;peonies tied with matching ribbon.
I lease this week for St. Petersburg:: where she will attend the annual ;(talisman Her headdress roses.Bridesmaids. was a bandeau of R Ugb/"....V3 the weight of orJI- .

. Methodist Conference as a delegate from the Concord Park Methodist nary blinds. .-"" .
''Church .Mrs. Halh'e Maull,Mrs.Essie Fulford,Mrs. Vera Mae Han- ; Hatch of Live Oak were sister Mrs of Albert the Lorelier ..satin-smooth finish '" Personalized with your Initials. .'. Truly

I Eel and Mrs. Ruth Stone are driving to San Francisco this week for I bride-groom and Miss Jean Yoth- 1' blends with any color. individual in the distinctive Dunhill tradition, .
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l a visit. Ea route they will stop in Shreveport. La. to visit Mrs. William ; ers. They wore matching gowns of Longer Lsting..mitk of flexible
Fulford and son. of Orlando who are there for a while with 'lavender marquisette with bouffant aluminum alloy to last a lifetime. superbly fragranced. A most welcome .gift. '
relatives. They will' also stop in Mexico before going to San Francisco, skirt and basque bodice em- SaapTOcI plastic finish won't chip, < >,
where they will be guests of Mr. and Mrs Frank Jones. bellished with ivory colored lace. --
o o o 'I Their bouquets were of pink crack or peeL 4 After Star Lotion,* 4 oz. $2.00, 8 oz. $3.50. .

GRADUATING FROM Florida Southern College at Lakeland at peonies tied with Shaded satin S Luj 19 r/ed*...flexibility makes Cologne/ ,* 4 oz. $3.00,8 oz. $5.00HOME
i I ribbon, and they wore headdresses cleaning simple and quick.
t.exercises this week\ was Edna Keen daughter of ',of matching bandeau of flowers.Lt. .
.Air. ana JUTS. E. u. Keene of Win- ....
[jgl Robert Kinnebrew of "'->- --'""" '- Custom made in our own workshop
"deraere. Edna received a Bachelor the Pensacola Naval Air Stationwas MRS. ERVIN 7H DGE"I to fit your windows to aNT".
of Arts degree, she I Flexalum's low cost will surprise
i as majored best man for Lt. Hodge. Ushers .
I I English bride of Navy Lieutenant. yon. .
included Ford B. Rogers Jr.. ---- 6,1
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; Tl ffRS. CALVIN WEST of Orlando ( and Thomas Erb. peonies. Easter lilies and gladioli. their home in Pensacola where he CHARLESVENETIAN & HOBBY HOUSE ..
: ilL will be hostess at a reception Following the ceremony Mr. and The bride's table '\''I'ascentered is stationed at the Naval Air Sta '.
;t at Casa Iberia Monday night in Mrs. Brinkman entertained witha with: a tiered wedding cake. tion. For traveling the bride worea BLINDS a1 1115 E. Colonial Drive '
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I honor of Mr. and Mrs. Jose A. reception at the Winter Park Lt. Hodge and his bride left on tailored resort: suit of. pink twill
i Ricketts and Alfredo Ricketts of Woman's Club. The club rooms a wedding- trip to Miami and Key '.with brown accessories, and an 1802 Edgewater Dr. "In Colonialtown"
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Marilyn Hoffman Marelyn Megill. Carolyn Tudor ". ..: : ., : % d 'f.
Sara Howell. Nan Morgan, Peggy Crane. Jo Ann McRae Nona Morris, '; .. '
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FOUR YOUNG WOMEN FROM ORLANDO I i, Nydegger and Joan Miller. All four of the :

will receive degrees from Stetson University graduates have been active in campus activities ; as tt There contour allure daylong -

II at exercises Tuesday. They are, from left to Miss Cory is a transfer student from CUP SIZ I comfort and figure smartness for ; l
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right'above, Ann Cory, Joyce Caldwell, Joan Rollins College.. tiny Junior figures as well as '

I hard-to-fit larger women. Lovely

Tea Table I Week. festivities Virginia is at going the Naval on MID-Academy Miss Crown's 00 fabrics launder and keep their I '

SHIPMAN BILL SCHWIND'S bid, shape give you permanent II _

and Mary is MIDSHIPMAN up-lift, grace poise and assurance Y
r GEORGE BEATTIE'S' bid. George EngagementAnnounced with any wardrobe choice
Chatter I is from Pennsylvania, and Bill as n !
< any occasion! Laffoon Bras I
!you know, is the son of MRS. B. !: BAN SIZE I '
'J. SCHWIND. I the favorito of exquisiteei '

ly CYNTHIA j'I 000 i I women, everywhere!
J Mr. and Mrs. E. Taylor Crownof
The Moors will dosetheir Or-
There were loads and loads of lando residence at 1709 Kuhl Ave., St. Petersburg announce the ; 2.50 to 5.00There's itI

cars lined up in front of LENA : and Mrs. Moor's two daughters.: engagement of their daughter. :

MAE RUSH'S adorable house on I.',JUNE and VIRGINIA MORTON Hilda, to Charles Grinnell, son of '
will return with them to Philly to a cup size, band size and .
Chichester Are. Mrs. Margaret C. Grinnell of
Friday morning '
make their future home. strap length to fit your individual
. Bevies of beauties stoppingby 000MR Tampa and Walter E. Grinnell of I.1 measurements.! __

for the coke party Lena Mae and MRS. CHARLES F St. Petersburg I STRAP LENGTH, r _
and MARY STOOP ROBINSONgave HAMMOND were honor guests the Miss Crown is a graduate of St. Also. Laffoon sensational new 1 1

. The house was both other day in New York City when Petersburg Senior High School strapless bra.
LYDIA SUMMERS entertained at ;
colorful and fragrant with massesof her apartment Lydia Summershad l and was employed as clerk typistat 5.00
Naval Air Station Miami and ,
Spring annuals and loads of appeared here as contralto in } 00 ;
gardenias. Assisting the two hostesses soloist in the Bach Festivals for by City of St. Petersburg.Mr. '
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were CATHERINE LOGAN.,the past several years and another 1 --- J
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ERNESTINE SLEMONS. MARY' soloist. ALDEN EDKINS, who the New York State Institute of I' i I
Agriculture. Long Island, and dur-
ELLEN MURPHY. JANE GROOVER. also comes South for the festival, 1.
MARTHA ROBINSON, and was there with his wife. The ing the war served in the Army I .
Corps Engineers for five including
years .
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MARGARET -
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the European Theater. "
Goings and Comings: MRS. ENAUER was another guest together The wedding will take place at :,,:t 2' ;) '
CHARLES with her MARCELLE
MAULL MRS. J. C. pupil. :
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the home of the bride on June 7, MRS. ROXINE LAFFOON s -
FULFORD. MRS. E. W. HANSELand HAMMOND daughter of the hon- "* n" '. '. '
The couple will make their homein i *% .
MRS. or guests. After their in New \ ..' .:.:
RUTH STOWE set visit Zellwood, where Mr. Grinnell Corset Salon' ;Second:Floor ,'-; ;..
forth by car yesterday morning, York Mr. and Mrs. Hammond will 1 has been a resident for the past Will Be in the Store r ::,v .... '.: .- :" j !1.r
headed West. Their destination is go on to their Summer place at 18 months. I '_ ",.. _
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San Francisco Maulls, where daughter they'll MRS.visitMTL I Watch Hill. R. I. i I f'- ALL DAY MONDAY .. J :

FRANK JONES. They'll go out Spivey. Mary King. Robert Fleck- '
the Southern route and will come 'PresbyterianConferences, enstem, Howard Lott, John Q. ':' o" t
home via Chicago. : Harrison Walter Hudson, Robert Come in and consult with her!!She will help you with your .1 iit4 ;
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MR. and MRS. P. W. MOOR are Drummond of Atlanta who is the Individual,
arriving here tomorrow from ,I houseguest of Mrs. Howard Lott.i brassiere for you! I ..
Philadelphia, where they have : This Also attending were the :Misses :
been living for the past several Week I Ruth Bowen, Hazel Heimeller, :.
months. Mr. Moor commanderin 1 Louise Stokes and Louise Fugate.
a Dr. Robert P. Richardson of I \
the Navy during the war was 1 I 1.
stationed in.Jacksonville, and his i,j I Richmond. Va.. one of the first j 1 The "Pony Express" was not FS
wife Is the former AUGUSTA I;'Presbyterian: missionaries *ho run with ponies but with the most ti

MORTON hbraraion for the Orange 1 went to China at the close of virile breed of horses. ,F ,
Memorial Hospital for .a' World War n, will be vesper s
number of speaker and conduct the class for i
years. They were married :
some two years ago and since ministers during the 1947 Presby- I : f ;
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Moor has accepted an executive Florida for adults ,,'hich.ril! : i
position with the American. Tel.r fbe held Tuesday through Satur- -i :, j
and Tel. ,I,day at the Florida Military Acade- ,' \, fj
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and FRANCES INGRAM and their with UNRA for two years. '" .i ,
two youngsters. LAWRENCE and I Local leaders taking part in the } j 11 f. t .
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MARY FRANCES, drove over to are :, : c
Dendy. minister of the Pres- :
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spending the weekend fishing. I byterian Church and chairman of -
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JOY JOHNSON a Junior' at'' education; N. P. Yowell; and -

. OHS,was hostess Friday afternoon the Rev. Hugh E. Powel. ,'. ,..... .
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FINNE and MARY JEAN AT- of the auxiliary, for all laymen : L ,
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1Miss: \ MooneyGives PresbyterianCircle I Page 20 crI'ltittbttn!? :g-rnltng! gtar Orlando, Florida, June 1, 1917 r Streetntan'Roop Roebuck and Is now in connected Orlando. with' Sear I
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Plans Notices E. Streetman of Lakeland in the College Park Baptist
i Central Florida Girls FSCW announces the approaching mar- Church In Orlando June 21 at 8
Graduating at :riage of his daughter. Mae Katherine pan. with the Rev. F. L. Han of-
for Wedding Announced to Robert E. Roop son of ficiating. All friends of the coupleare
I Mr. and Mrs. L. Glenn Roop of Invited. .
An outstanding event of the ,I The circle meetings of the Woman's "-r4 632 Sheridan Rd. Orlando.
f. coming weekend will be the marI I : i Miss reetman.. a graduate of
i |! Auxiliary of the First Pres- .;
riage of Miss Marilyn Alice ,! Lakeland High School class of EXPERT j
a, Mooney. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. byterian Church win be held Monday t '44 has served with the Civil i WATCH REPAIRING
John Francis Mooney to Howard and Tuesday as follows: Service and is now employed by ..
1 Raymond Lott. son of Mrs. Vera i f Circle 1. Mrs. C. C. Potter chair Sears Roebuck Co. here. Specializing In Swiss and American "
t Lott and J. Howard Lott. which man with Mrs. Raymond Reynolds the graduated from Or- I Watches. 8 Days Service.
I .will take place next Saturday at Windermere. 10:30 ajn, 3 AHr lando Mr. Senior Roop High School in the ORLANDO JEWELRY
7:30 pm. at the St. James Auxiliary Monday; No. 2, Miss Mary Bran- i Class of '43 and served three 256 S. Orange Comer Jackson ;J'
House cor. Ridge woe d and ham, chairman, with Mrs. Frank : with the Army Air Forces
Cathcart Sts. I Mebane and Mrs. Charles Lartigue. years- -
The ceremony win be performed ,1938 Alaeda Ave. 3 p.m, Monday; 1
by Monsgr. John Bishop. l No. 3, Mrs. E. P. Lavin. chairman. "
Miss Gloria Free win be maidof honor for Miss Mooney and I IS. Osceola 10:30: aim, Monday; ,, Teacher
Mrs. Dudley Jerrolds will be ma-"'No. 4, Mrs. Norman Wood, chairman [Cathedral Kindergarten
tron of honor. Best man will be with Mrs. T. J. Wilson. 424
Dudley Jerrolds and ushers are Delaney Park Dr..3 pm., Monday; Announces the Opening of Her
Alex Stevens and ,James Lord. .''No.5. Mrs. J. E. Baker. chairman h Day i
Following the Mr. with Mrs. Elizabeth Barnes and
wedding and PLAY SCHOOLMONDAY
Mrs.: Mooney are entertainingwith !Mrs. J. S. Carpenter. 142 E. Jackson 0 yr f SUMMER
St.. 3 Monday No. 6, ..
a reception at their home, pjn ; '
2115 Lakeside Dr. Merritt Park. Mrs. C. P. Powers, chairman, with ; JUNE 2
Mrs. Powers. 2000 Delaney St.. 3 Ii& 411 LAKEVIEW AVE.
pun. Monday .1. '
OAAB ClubsSet Circle No. 7. Mrs. M. J. Moss. ;u yP :at Hours 9 to 12 Ages 3 to 7

chairman with Mrs. Joseph M. TELEPHONE 4030 '
McCormick. 713 Delaney St. 10:30: ; "-. I
I! ActivitiesActivities aim, Monday: No. 8. Mrs. M. C.
Dendy. chairman. with Mrs. bendy -
at the Officers' Club, 501 Anderson St.. 3 pjn. Monday 3
Orlando Army Air Base. and of the ; No. 9. Mrs. H. E. Stradley d7 of Florida ;
OAAB Women's Club this week j i chairman.with Mrs. O. M. Brown, AiiNNALEt:
win be as fellows: I 325 Agnes St, 3 pjn, Monday; a,
TODAY Third Arm Band from No. 10, Mrs. Robert Porter chair-
Port iack.e.will Ii. a concert: from ; 1
1:30: u 30 p.m. at th. Eiplinid. man with Mrs. J. F. Bumby and
Officer. .auk.TCTSDAT .000VOIIIeD'1. Club W.1fan Mrs. J. T. Raper. picnic meeting _
Groag neeu from JUlio t. 12, on Lake Conway 10 ajn. Monday I C .
my It It Red Cross Bid I, Mali Bit.I : Nd. 11. Mrs. M. S. Vergowe, y t fry rh : -" >
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WEDNESDAY Womtn auk Bporu .. c,
chairman with Mrs. J. B. Magru- '
cub win hoe t wcole and iwimrabitMrty :
n 1130 a IL a' Officers'.Club.' der 618 E. Central Ave. 3 pjn. .' '.:
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THURSDAY! Club meets at Women1 Otflctn Club Club Brtdft at 2SATURDAY .Monday No. 12. Mrs. J. P. LInton 441 Park Ave., N.
"III ,chairman with Mrs.D.Q.Heasley, t F..
formal duce on rh.uplinsd Broadway. 3 Monday 2 y Winter ParkWe
1 e from t p.m. to I 8.11I. wWII ,418: pjn ; y
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Don somber orchestra.1I1&J1na.. No. 13,Mrs. George Schwab,chair-
Close ot Noon i
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A .. .l.,. pj ti THE ATTRACTIVE GROUP OF GIRLS pictured above includes Shell, Orlando; Lois Meriwether, Sanford; Marjorie Potter Or- $.
1 i several of the Central Florida graduates in the Class of 1947at I lando. Other Central Florida girls who will receive their degrees -
( Florida' State for Women. Left i .. 'iI
College to right, first row: '
I June 9 but who do not in the '
appear picture, are Evelyn .; :
'laq/3A M13l Betty McCleur Lee, Orlando; Iris Lucille Johnston, St. Cloud; I I .:. "JI 'iI
Joyce Walker, Orlando; Dixie Ruth Kennedy, Melbourne Loyce < '.
Sue Kuebler Diamond, Titusville; Ann Bruner, Titusville; Betty : ; I .
Jean Poe, Titusville; 2d, row: Mary Evelyn Fredenburg, Orlando Johnston, Kissimmee; Mary Nell Goldman, Winter Park; I ,, ', .i. '1II

I ; Laura M. 'Cason, Kissimmee; Sarah Elizabeth Strick- Virginia ,Edith Edwards, Orlando; Esther Louise Dale, I !
land, Tavares; Mary Helen Tew, Sanford; 3d row: Billie Eva Kissimmee. 2
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,man with Mrs. E. Q. Preston. !.I Schultz 3028 Sherwood Dr. 10:30: I man's Circle No. 2 of the auxiliary I|I The Twelve Towers of Man : .

I Route 2,University Heights. 3 pm. ::ajn. Monday; No. 16, Mrs. Cuyler will meet Tuesday at 8 pm. in Tuesday. at 10 am., and she will !
i Monday; No. 14, Mrs. R. C. s'teck. Smith, chairman with Mrs. Leslie '>the auxiliary parlor of the Bible i i j teach again en Wednesday at 8 'J$(
,chairman with Mrs. Harold V. School Bldg. with Misses Mary :'I
Jackson and Mrs.
Richard Stewart D
'pjn., using the textbook, U,ttrl
Mysteries -to\'
Lynn Linton and Mary Ned -
as
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Pace. 1813 Baylarian Blvd., 10 ajn. 1212 Woodland Ave. 7:45 pm. of John. 1
hostesses. Mrs. Clarence Peterson i i
I Monday; I 1 I'Tuesday; No. 17, Conway Chapel, is the president of this group of !|I There will be two daily prayer k ""' .
Circle No. 15, Mrs. J. E. Stewart Mrs. D. S. Goes chairman 3 pm, services one at 12 pm. and the 't\J' .
business and will ,
women
little...two Me...three little i chairman with Mrs. William 'Tuesday at chapel. Business Wo- !I young conduct the meeting. i
$ambia.That' only the start,for I j I: The Woman's Auxiliary of the day afternoon and Sunday. p ,. IjI
Park Lake Presbyterian Church
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this Walk-Over winner comes in '
VENETIAN [will hold its circle meetings on WANTEDSPECIALTY I s
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BLINDS i
various colors and versions-tremeo* : :Monday as follows: SALESMANMUST : J-U
Circle No.1. Mrs. Esther Mur- f.
Houslj popular because it fits to I'I '
Special For One Week-Stock Blinds dock chairman, with Mrs. G. H. A. HAVE CAR ..' '0 .
I j CALL IN PERSON AT 953 ,;" ,. ": -
ell complements so Fist 642 Ridgewood Ave., 3 pm.; 1 I II :. 1
many costume*. I Aluminum 36x64 $5.50 Steel 36x64 $3.50 II I No. 2, Mrs. R. L. Ellison chairman.'' From ORANGE 8to830AMb430to530PM: AVE, WINTER: PARK
with Mrs. Fred O. Moore 1113
Many! odd sizes in both Aluminum and Steel at treatl reduced prices. Florida Appliance
I 1 Edwards St. 3 pm.: No.3, Mrs. Supply Co.
We also have Inlaid Linoleum, Asphalt Tile Congoleum and C. H. Parsons chairman with Mrs.' formerly Home Insulation Co. Miami Beach Fort Lauderdale Coral GablesFUN

Congo Wall Linoleum. I C. H. Ferran 816 Broadway 3 -_ -- -
i pm.; No. 4, Mrs. I* C. Nicholson, .
AMERICAN RUG AND LINOLEUM CO. chairman with Mrs. J. W. :Potts,
I 1612 Harwoad, 3 pjn.; No. 5, Mrs. ,,
New Shipment i 863 North Orange Ave. Phone 2.2488 i.I i.O. O. Osborn. chairman with Mrs. '' '
i D. L. Dudley, 734 W.: Colonial TO SEW
Just Received / :iDr, 2 pm.

I '............., ..-"'- .." +I Circle No. 6. Mrs. A. L. Alexan-
der, chairman with Mrs. Iva
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Sr., r----- Campbell, 1421 Pinecrest, 3 pjn.; t GAY SUMMER CLOTHES
and WHITE :I:1 I'I'il No. 7, Mrs. George Carlin, chairman .
with Mrs. A. E. Pickard 1221 ,
Size 4 to 11 1 II Dorchester,.12:30 pm. On Tuesday
WWUu AA.U&o, B 1 $12 95 I il ...0 I Business Circle No. 1, Miss Ruth ; iWV: SURF N SUN
,, 1\ a Cl'r. me"' tIJ':4ed ''Mier chairman will meet at the .
'; L 7.Uoi !church at 7:45 pjn, and Business r Span rayon butcher linen type monotone pat-
AlL' WHITE i Circle No. 2. Miss Barbara Swear-i 1.
= y tF term, large coin dote, floral stripes. Colors are 9 8
Rise 4H to 9AAJU i! ingen. chairman wjll meet with ; 1 c*pen, aqua, blue, green, pink, coral. tan.r and C }'d' ,
Mrs. Fletcher Martin,508 Hillcrest .
J W14UW to B i brown. :39" wide.
= If for a dinner meeting at 6:30: pm. .
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I Activities Set at UnityThe ; I Y L ; :
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1 I Rev. Carolyn H. Parsons ERENMADE BROADCLOTH
1 Y will speak today at the 11 am. ro
i t devotional service of the Unity i

'LOOKING FOR WHITE SHOES? 11 E topic Church The 503.Day S. Orange of Pentecost.Ave. on the :' ro e. ., :ttt 8. Small colors and pencil monotones stripes sanforized varigated ,

I Mrs. Ertna Warner will teach a : shrunk combed yarns. 36" wide.
class on the text. Lessons In ;
We don't have a picture of it, but .: j Ii Truth tomorrow at 10 am. !; ; p 1.25 yd.
i At 8 pm. tomorrow. Miss Faith : .
Cornwall will teach The Princi- j ?
take
our word ITS A "HONEY ples of Healing. Mrs. Josephine
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Stuckie will resume her class in ; d .' -,'

NYLON TAFFETA
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WALK-OVER'S I } It wears forever Seteet from light
blue orchid, white, matte, or pink.
.5 39" wide.
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SWIRL BUCKLE SANDAL Mta' Q,. 1.98 1 yd.

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A rayon broadcloth. washable, 39"
I High Heel! personal i wide. Comes In blie, gray turquoise
I geld green, brown.
happinessMusk :
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Light, dressy, airy! WITH failing companion, a mental r
and physical stimulant, a r
constant sourceof relaxation r 5/ .
o AAAA to B, 4> to 9! # romfortandenjoyment.Thereis

music for CLOTH
.. every mood and
the piapo is the one instru-
Fine for suits skirts. stacks. 42" wide.
ment which all
BLUEGRASS DEODORANT encompasses Maracaibo brown, black.
.1 Norway red,
of music's elements .
j Yellowstone yellow, horizon blue bars
rhythm melody harmony vest green, dew kiss green.
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Welcome A Feet!
Quadruple Newt! Out of the blue! A cream deodorant, ."Tbt dui p'tano yeti tat ty ) }

scented with Blue! Grass, to keep you welt at rain! I is.tin out yes will iet 19 ,1.,. 1.89 yd.
We now have a good supply to fit you WHITE I Coos n **A bur it UNi.,,' !
Slips like silk: into your skin. Protects, controls, i i : ;.' ,:
dress shoes, TAN and WHITE Spectators, WHITE or j I ..
I and helps to keep your fabrics free from harm ROBINSONMUSIC : ,, .
TAN and WHITE walking shoes. COMPANY
Be on guard with Blue Grass 1 1; It's sucha lEI' I
531 N. Orange Ave. BUTTERICK PATTERNS
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safe and fragrant way.to feel fastidiously clean. 1.25STROUD'S I TeL 6303 DOTTED NINON

eaa.imim, e DRY ANTHILLS I

WALK OVER SHOP i i >BiIII 17 Baliita Sheer. White dots on orchid

: I blue yellow pink and. all I He."Fashions "
11i 11iil white. 44" wide. .

Orlando Boot Shop) i. REXALL STORE, No. '1 1.59 1 yd. by the Yard" .

64 N. Orange Are. Becchom Theater Block 200 N. Orange Avenue |" We will close Wednesdays at 12:30 P.M. i

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Day Nursery I


I. CommitteesAnnounced Miss Mitchell Miss BmmhattJh- Gives Plans 1 Military Personnel }

Invited to Social Hour. [
Miss Gladys Brumbaugh,daughter the First Methodist Church.Dr. .
cordial invitation is extendedto
A
w Announces of Mr. and Mrs. John Martin I John Branscomb. minister an military personnel,and their

Mrs. 1.. A. Blake recently elect- Brumbaugh of this city Is today of the church. will perform the families to attend a social hour

ed president of the Orlando Day 7,%' Nuptial Plans nnnimringr plans for her mar- ceremony. on Tuesday evening June 3 at
y riage to J. Robert Clark Jr.. son The bride-elect win have as her 7:30 o'clock. This is open to Srtscopattans -
Nursery Assn. for the 1947-48 term I I Margy'Mitchell I who are interested -
Miss daughterof .
or any
of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Clark of only attendant Miss Joan Rad-
of office, has selected the standing Mr and Mrs. S. R. Mitchell Orlando which win take place cliffe. Harry Radcliffe will act a* in the Episcopal Church' -in
committees to serve for the i best man. Orlando or Winter Park.
has completed plans for her wed- Tuesday, June 10, at 7 at L Loatttf,
tear, and announces them as fol- pjn. No formal Invitations are being The Rt. Rer. Henry
lows I ding to Ensign H. D. Currier, issued but an friends of the cou- I suffragan Bishop of South Her-

Mrs.: Thomas L Denmark is TJSNR, which will take place June honor lor her sister. Jack Tolar, ple are invited to attend the cere- :I ida will give a brief address and
6 at 5:30 at the Central mony. light refreshments wffl be serve.
pm
chairman of the Investigating ? cousin. of the bridegroom-elect,
committee with Mrs. Sheldon Christian Church. will be best man and ushers are ..
Johnson vice chairman and Mrs. 1p- I I I Dr. Paul C. Carpenter, ministerof Dan Block. Marvin Howard. Wil- ,
L. Lb Lanier serving with them. 5 the church will perform the liam George and Robert Carroll. THE NEW
Finance: Mrs. Mabry Kennedy s4 Nr. *ceremony. Miss Barbara White- Following the ceremony are-I i M. .
chairman
Mrs. Charles Whitfield, f ,'
W '' } head win the of .
yM'tia give program ception will be held in the church
vice-chairman and the Mmes. ;7 r 'nuPtial music. assembly room. No Invitations I ,*..oJ IlONOCIAINI :!
George: Carter John Freeman, I Mrs. R. I.. Carroll of Chat- I have been Issued but friends of'
George Sinple. Clarence A. John- tanooga will act as matron of I the couple are invited. i I
son, Charles Collins J. L. Baskin, b-
Robert Pleus. 1 JIfod m, dtpnplwntt
Sewing: Mrs. W. K. Whitfield
Jr.. chairman Mrs. Brantley
Burcham. vice-chairman and the
Mmes. Howard Wheeler. William :
M. Lane F. C. Rinehart, H. P. .
Langford. Marketing! Mrs. R. S. r Ay 3.

Dowdell chairman. Mrs. Gordon ,. .
Johnson vice-chairman. Play- .s.
ground. Mrs. Willis Maxwell chairman I
Mrs. H. B. McLendon vice- I I
chairman.
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Health: Mrs. Duncan McEwan MISS DOLORES MOWERY MRS. JANET WALLER HARRISON P

chairman Mrs. Allan Jones vice- her betrothal told is June bride-elect. tr I/II ,: l
chairman. House: Mrs. Robert }
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Carrigan. chairman Mrs. Frank N w v'

Mmes.Gray Lloyd vice-chairman Gahr Thomas and Gur-the Miss Moivery Omega Xi Mr.\ Wilson I I I Ii ;

ney. Raymond Reynolds. Walter 2 I'
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Louis Hays Carl Gable.Higginbotham Devotional: Mrs.Mrs. Becomes Giving DanceWednesday Will MarryMrs. 4 <

Marshall Dendy, chairman Mrs. -if I G '9r r .
1 John Branscomb vice-chairman. Bride-elect \ Harrison "'
i Dental: Mrs.C.D.Wilder.chairman : .
j Mrs. Norman Rehse vice- I
Mrs. Julia Ginn of Winter ParkIs Mr. and Mrs. Elwood E. WallerJr.
i chairman, and Mmes. Dorothy I The alumni of the Omega XI I
announcing the engagement of with ., of 815 S. Main St. are an-
entertain
Boardman A. H. Malcom. W. J. R. Fraternity will a ta
i the of their
nouncing engagement
Cadman. Donald Evans W. S. her granddaughter Miss Dolores formal dance Wednesday at the Mrs. Janet Waller Har-
daughter. .
MitchelL Junior Day Nursery Auxiliary .Mowery, to Wayne O. Lauderberg Coliseum from 11 pm., to 3 am. I rison to Glen C. Wilson son of +
: Mrs. John Newsom. chairman -
Mrs. Rolfe Davis,vicechairman. of this city son of Mr. and Mrs. following the Orlando High School Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Wilson of : b.
i Albert Lauderberg. of Ft. Wayne. graduation exercises. 325 Ridgewood< Ave. -
Mrs. Harrison attended schoolsin
Children's committee: Mrs.Her.. Although the dance is being given
Ind.Miss -I i Rutherford N.. J. Mr. Wilsonis
bert Sanderson honorary chairman Mowery Is a graduate of In honor of the graduatingclass I associated with his father in
Mrs. C. W. Hickey, chairman -
"I i Mrs. Jack Pedrick vice- Winter Park High, School and attended the public is cordially invited the Wilson's Shoe Store here. A
Florida State for : :member of the Bachelors Club of i iI
chairman. Serving with them are College to attend.
1 I Orlando and treasurer of the Orlando I
I
, Mmes. George Bradshaw. J. W. Women for two years. She is now I Rod Allen's orchestra will furnish : Tennis Club, he attended II a
W. A. Hutchinson, E. D.
Jourdan
connected with the Elizabeth's music for dancing. An extra I: the University of Florida and I
Oestncher F. S. : ttmeier, Wal-
ter C. Thomas R. K. Cole. Cecil Salon 10 S. Main St. !added attraction will be a colored 'served as a major in the U. S. i
Beck. H. T. Clark. Richard Walker Mr. Lauterberg, who came here !novelty act given by Daniel Jefferson Army.
Joseph Cannon Wilbur Davis from Ft. Wayne served for four better known as The I The wedding will be an event of ,
F. C. Hubbard. Gaynor Wiggins years in the U. S. Coast Guard I Mighty Mule, and Oscar Adams. !late June and complete plans will The Magnavox :Modern Symphony employs
H. T. Fields James Knight. and is now employed by the I Alumni in charge of dance arrangements be announced at a later date.FANS. the 12" Magnavox dousonic speakers, 20 wattsof
Volunteer Service: Mrs Samuel Southern Ben Telephone Co. here. are Roger Pounds. Os- ui Distorted output and a completely automatic I
Ricker. chairman Mrs. M. V. The wedding will take place the car Wilhford. Jimmy Evans Jinx record changer with the famous Magnavox -
Christman. vice chairman. also latter part of June, and plans will Boyles, Tommy Hagood, and Andy silent Available in i
Mmes. Silas B. Trumbo William be announced later. Serros. Toble reservations may be pianissimo pickup. ;
S. Shell George Sharp Lewis T. made by calling the Coliseum. I II I limed Oak or Mahogany.Five .
Pottinger.Fred Mather H. H.Par- Open.House TodayMr. All fraternity alum are invit- II t
rish. F. B. Surguine, James Bur- ed to a banquet at 5:30 p.m. Small Fans ,$8.95 up I Paula Brooks chooses black and white print for a two- other models in fine period furniture from

den.Grounds Charles: Mrs.M. Goodman.Edward M. New- wiU entertain. and Mrs.with W.an W.open Yothers house on information the day of may the be dance.obtained Further by I .Pedestal Fans _$47.95 upI !. piece dress both cool and 'charming the bustle I $187.00 I

aid chairman. Mrs. Hershell today from 4 to 6 pm.. honoring contacting Jim Boyles. I Attic Fans ,$99.00 back reveals a master's cut, the wearer's fine taste. The Magnavox is available exclusively In : .f
Moats vice-chairman also the their daughter and son-in-law. Lt. ? upi .
I $25 Orlando atCOOPER'S
Mmes. John A. Russell. Walter Col. and Mrs. Russell F. Fisher Earl R. Kipp member of the i Free estimates on iisUUatiou I
Bass. A. H. Smith Jr. H. A. Baldwin who are here- visiting from Missoula board of directors, and John C. i I
W. L. Bartlun.: Ralph Miller Mont. Crank district director Florida ORLANDOAPPLIANCE The Shop Smart Women Prefer
Claude Wolfe, Homer Wright, The affair will be held at the Assn. for Crippled Children and CO. MUSIC STORE 8
Edward Yandre. John Bennett, Yothers home on Boone St. and I Adults left for Chicago Friday to 131 N. Orange Ave. Air Conditioned
Harry McDonald,A. P. Phillips Jr. all friends of Col. and Mrs. Fisherare attend a one-week institute given I i 211 X. Oraige Are. Phone 4337 20 W. Church St. Phone 4652 xr t
Invited. by the national society. I

O. A.. Randall Feted ,.I. ,$

'At Farewell Party r I )
I
O. A.Randall was complimented .
, Thursday evening when members I ., --. '- 'fI
L i of the Saturday Evening Music "! i
" Club entertained with a farewell I '
received!
party in his honor. Mr. Randan I Another large shipment just
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leaves soon for Long Island, N.Y.. :> '> ,; < 1 '

where months.he will spend the Summer \ t :

s Enjoying the affair were Prof. :
and Mrs. Franz Barbere. Mr. and By Air Express
Mrs. Mervin Henry. Mrs. Lou H. I .
Jerome Mrs. Mary Pickles. Miss
"! Lois: Denning Buddy Hayes and '. '
I Oden Denning. ., .

There a world of comfort and good looks ia thisSam*: '.<, !
Mrs. W. J. Richards returnee '. '" '
last week after spending the past I I merized Linen versatile casual. They've been worn with .? <_. ;
six months in Washington D. "**" ; -

: with C.. and her New sister York.Mrs.She Henrietta is now I I play suits. bathing suits,, sports clothes. evening gownsandC/ "* -.ter' ., ;

Hughes at her home, 517 W. + \ '} ,
everything in between.
Colonial Dr. {* _
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\, '' Linen lined in red ", "* .

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fJ .f! \ Black Linen lined in red. -

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$495 15000 pairs of these remarkable 4;

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Irene Ramsey \ e little shoes wed, m t two I!

years in Orlando.
Announces
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shop at 2112 N.Orange Ave. I ;.

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\ black.pairs &;

,! 2nd \\ u ,, Please mail white : '' i ,;!;T i.
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Hand Mades Linen Bisques. Size_ <, : of') :.
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t Girls dresses Infant to 12 \ : Name r r' "

Yrs., Boys Suits, 1 to 3 ,
Years. : Addresa : .
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Blouses and Dresses fort : City State,.._ .. .i: \ I k

Mother to match.f o I : Money Order [ ] Check 11 COX) [ ] : I :E it

individual -. r Add 15c for P.P. : ;.

For measurements your and choice : Note: In your mail orders send for : : 1 ,; I

hall a size smaller than you usually! : .
t of material we have on : : ,
hundreds of yards weui. r
hand ..........__.__.........._._-,." .( t\1
i' including
of the finest cotton -

gingham, cham- ..

brays, pique, batiste, dot I .,
ted swisS, and Irish I 'Ir ,
linens. These are ,in

plaids, stripes and plain
colors. And most Important -' r "

we have inported 'The HOE BOX'

swiss embroidered organ II.

dies with real imported i .
< lace to trim with.


&t- One group of sample II 12 N. Orange Ave.-Son Joan Hotel Bldg.

dresses greatly reduced. -,:- Orlando, Florida #

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fuT. Ernest A. Brysoa Rtebard AttSttn


I 1--',r .... ... Awarded Central Floridians Graduation Potter all of Winter and John Park E.; Oliver TWchtttan Barkerof ,
H 1 ..["1', 4'" t. ... Diplomas To Be 38 MonUerde.; Douglas O. BiBs

\ : r. m. .' J i II Events SetA of Geneva; Sheldon Marks Of Of-
mond Beach: Carl D. Braves ofi
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e n large grout of* nlors at Rol i, Winter Garden: Gene A. Stuixhio
lins College will receive degrees of Leesburg and Ronald Green of

, WITH JEAN YOTHERS ( :: Monday at 7:30 p-m. at graduation i i Gainesville

: Woman's[Club Society EditOr of Christian T' Chapel exercises commencement. in Knowles address Memotttl will i 1--- -

Service of the College Park The
Dr. John J. Ti"en' I
be given by
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Methodist Church will meet tomorrow
at 3 pan at the church president of the university of Florida -
will be tendered -
The benediction
for Its regular monthly meeting
!. and
.. Mrs Herschel B. Forehand by Dean Arthur Enyart.
president will preside at. the Dean Henry M Edmonds
i business meetin Mrs. Lulu tL Several awards win be made including -
Y Sullivan -
: Mae Hawthorne will give the devotional the Algernon Sydney
: Guest speaker for medallion to outstanding
I
the afternoon will be Judge Mattie J .er \ students the Libra Cup to a woman -
Farmer of the Juvenile Court. % r student for leadership four ,
I whose subject will Children and r Rollins decorations of honor to
f the Law. I nonresidents and the $500 Oen.
F
,! nnn I I Reeves scholarship award.
There will be a board meeting L The baccalaureate services will
1 of the Woman's Society of Chriitian be held today at 10:30: ajn. In
service of the First Knowles, Memorial Chapel, with : Bxpedh19a/aOy[/ ?
ist Church tomorrow at 2 Dr. Wllford E. Mann. former rec
at the home of Mrs. Mfthod-I' BARKER PAON ESSA M'CORD AGREE FUREN STURCHIO BILLS tor of $t. Thomas Church Pittsburgh .
Radebaugh. 802 Lake addressing' the class on Mother's Ftttnd massaging pitpttliien
Thta will be followed by a Dreams and Dreamers. Membersof help brag ease and comfort
tea at 4 pjn. for all ladies who r< the senior class will be In to expectant motbtts.MOTHER'S .

have Joined the church this past : charge TKOStO! an
wqutottrtf
t quarter and for others who" are i Central Florida members of the ,,' emouteftt, is useful In aft
, interested theVBC3.. senior class who are candidatesfor condition where a bland mild nodyM
' O O O Ruth m.rage medium in akin lukrieaUsn 1
diplomas art as follows: tietired. One condition In wMeh women'far
. Enrollment for the Summer Brooks, Wesley Davis Ed Acree. more UlAn 70 years hats wed it Is
I Flay School under the direction Gordon Evans, William Henry an application for massaging the body
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of Mrs. B. R. Powers will begin George, Kathryn L. Furen Mary duringpregnancy skin Kit ana pliable..it.helps tarns keep avoiding too
tomorrow Mrs Powers, kindergarten Bell Randall Richard Oertner. \Ul11ft !&r7 cUlicomfort: due to drfD-
teacher at Cathedral Sally Hobbs. Gaylord L. Jones Jr., and ttahtl1eM It refreshes and tons tfctkla.
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.An ideal massage application for tiljumfc
School will conduct the school
at
ff ti.,.+wr' Lois Khodakoff Janice Hoffner ttn flint or burning sensations ot
411 Lakeview Ave. n' Theodore E. .Mischuck, William the ckia...for the tired back muscles
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MacGuire. Margy Mitchell RogerI or :rUkJhDJ.1f IsQmgMy
I Miss Clara Wendel librarian at 9 Lr
.. H. Talton.
praised tf users many doctors and
! the Albertson Public Library* announces Lamar T. Simmons and Oliver. itttree. hilltop of bottle told. Just a.:S
I that daring the months : : Wolf. all of Orlando. any druggist for Xlotbef* mend>-Us
skis emollient and lubricant Do try itTHEY'RE
of and
June July August the library < I Winifred Janet Clarke. Hannah
\ will be closed on Wednesday R. Grimsted
Clayton
France
" and Sunday o afternoons.o i io I ', Alan O.
McCord
Martha
Hill
I Orlando Rebekah Lodge No. 12. .... tl 4TALTON -- -- .
School of instruction will meet HILL GERTNER B, HILL POTTER BRY5ONrcr
I tomorrow at 8 pan. in the Fraternal Ij j .
I Bid?.
n o nFL I '
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erg
and t Club. Past NoblH A '
Grands of Lucerne Rebekah Lodge HERE!

-No 36. will meet with Miss Grace .
Shrlmpton, 424 E. Church St., to- : thl
morrow 4t 8 m.Grandmothers. I l
000 '
Club of Orlando : 1 Those coptivotmg and glamorous

I will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m.with I| fabrics keyed to Florida livIng.
Mrs. 1:. R KlChl. 1200 Delaney i I I Bright and Bold Prints and
.
St. ;
I Assisting Mrs. KlehJ will
.be the, Mmes. L. M.. Johnson. ,JJ I ,% 't Stripes, Softly Muted Florals and
G. Richardson, Fannie Langstofl t Plain Materials to Match. LINENS -

.5 fond: W.. E. Menera7.nn ( t J t FAILLES, TAFFETAS, COTTONS -

s-.- I"asi-Makons and Patrons ClubToll ;'1:! .;\1 SATINS: UPHOLSTERY $

meet tomorrow. at 7.30 at the> FABRICS TOO!
Masonic Temple. .There will bea t Ic. J.., \

short business session after .., cv
which the club will entertain the t COME SEE, and let us plan and

new officers of the chapter and ti '-'t complete your dream for o new
also Mrs. Minnie Regener. Grand f ,
Instructor of District 13 Mrs.I] ".t room or home.
MARKS MITCHELL
Bertha Ault and Mrs. Nellie \ POTTER KHODAKOFF DAVIS EVANS ,

Thorpe Grand representatives .
and Mrs. George Turner Grand' fr .
Adah. I ; A 1; m. I
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Nokomis Council Xo. 13. Degree 5, > ( Z'1 r- MW *

of Pocahontas, will meet Tuesday INTERIORS Of PERFECTION.
at 8 pjn. at the Fraternal Bid* t. h
o nn Tel 686. 252 N. fa* A... Wfsrtr Perk, ; .
Annie Coleman Chapter of the I a

United Daughters of the_Confed.I I- '
orates will observe Jefferson :
Davis birthday on Tuesday at
the home of Mrs. W. C., Weckerle
869 Osceola Ave..Winter Park 1 1i
A covered dish luncheon. will be
served at noon. ,
o o o ,
Orlando Transit Auxiliary: will t

1 hold its annual party and monthly i>
meeting on Tuesday at 8 pm. I
In the Colonlaltown Clubhouse .L1Y.iI
.Mrs. Lane Bradford of the : Y i i' .P
L.
Parental Home will be the guest : L: ; :
speaker Hostesses for the '
meeting will be Mrs. Nell Hasty PHILIPS HOFFNER SIMMONS REAVES BROOKS JONES,

and Mrs. Virginia Bauknight. .
All members and prospective ,:
members are urged to attend._ ..,. ,
o o o f -- ..
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Excelsior a -
Circle of the Needlework t '. '"
Guild will meet Tuesday at 3 :' 3t
2:30 pjn. with Mrs Frank Cocho-, ti ,,

nor, 1364 Clay St. A picnic 'JIi J'c.
supper will be served at 6 pm. | '. \ t
n n n I I ) y .-

Ladies Auxiliary of the-Orange. :;, 4:4iM: ,
County Pharmaceutical
Assiu, .
Will hold its June meeting on 90i ,
Tuesday at the Lake Eola HotelAt _
11 am. Mrs. H. M. Mahrt 'c1
and Mrs. S. P. Leone will be
hostesses at a luncheon Immediately _
following "
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onn 1 1I

Mrs. Doris Lane will sponsor a' LV
card and game party for Chero Y IT ;
kee Council No. 1%. Degree of Po- I
cahontas. in the Fraternal Bldg. i
on Tuesday 2 '
at pjn. Prizes.will
'
be given and refreshments I I TWACHTMAN FRANCE HOBBS TYLER GRIMSTADSCHOENING FOR THE BRIDE .

served.
nnn
)Ilzpah Chapter 110, Order of I "Minuet" by International
Eastern Star will meet Wednesday -
at 8 pjn. at the Masonic "Spring Glory" by International
Temple Due to the absence I
Of several past matrons and past a y.. xI "Courtship" by International
patrons at this time they will' be

honored at a future date and not "Serenity" by International -....
at this meeting. I J
o o o j "Enchantress" by International J _

Lucerne Rebekah Lodge No. 36
will meet Thursday at 8 pjn at w "Prelude" by International

the Fraternal Bldg. There p L4! AI ..' ..-- '"-'II
will be a district meeting for the I Modern Victoria by lung t
purpose of instruction <,All Re- ti iJ
bekahs are 'invited and all new I aA "Louis XIV" byTowIe"Cascade"

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officers are requested to be present Militant. Canton No. 2. will meetat Bid;. on Thursday from 8.30: to i Guild will meet at the home of Summer Play SchoolTo '\
you feel bloated and miserable after Refreshments will be the Fraternal Bldg. Wednesdayat 10.30 1 )trs. E. A. Walker 2103 Marlboro
pm.o I
very meal It so. hue la bow you may served in the banquet halL n'n ,
rtd yourself of this nervous distress 8 pm. for an important business i 5t.. Thursday at 2 pm.i Open Monday
Thousands hare found It the way to be non Needlework Guild workers of i nn
i i
veil, cheerful and happy stain.Everyttms Ladies Auxiliary Patriarchs meetinz o n o the Grand Avg Woman's Club ., The Executive Board of the Or. Mrs. Janet Powers, kindergarten -
food enters the stomach: a y ; lando Pilot Club will meet Wednesday : teacher at Uie, Cathedral
Vital gastric juice must flow normally to Senior Class of the Orange Memorial will meet at the clubhouse Thurs : M
treak-up certain food particles:else the at 6 p. n. at the YMCA School for the past'season, an'nounces -E
day at 10:30: am. .. Luncheonwill
food may ferment Sour food add IndlffesUon Hospital School of Nursing i Bldg. I
and gas frequently cause a morbid IVEN; is planning a benefit bridge party be served. I' the opening of a Summer -
toUChY. fretful peertah. nervous in the Rose Simmons Education !; Crystal Circle of the Needlework' play school at her home 411
condition,loss of appetite UJ1denre Cadet J. P. Ristig Jr. a studentat ;Lakeview Ave
restless sleep weakness.To s 1 Wentworth Military Academy,
ret real relief you must !mcreaa i The Summer play school win :
the Cow of this ban. Lexington Mo. arrives today to I,, open June 2, and is for children !
vitalpendent
e>i authorities, Distinctit'ely DifferentWedding spend the Summer with his par I from five to seven years. Hours
,cory tely OD human stomachs, baTe by New AD-In-On Sonotone t 1 t ents. 60S S. Delaney. '1 I are from. ajn. until 12 noon.
1I061Uft that SSS Tome Ia ._, ,
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In tncreastng this Hushes Noise-You Relax
Cow when It is too llttls or scanty due .
non-ortaftJc stomach disturbance This newest Sonoton .. the '. Stationeryfor .
ThS" 11 due 10 the ass Ism ONLY sll-ln-ons instrument. MATTY DYKES ANNOUNCES
wnkb contains special sJUt with Bl-Focsi Control Great ,-
eating ihelS- comfort through a noisy dayl those who prefer the finest i iI I SHE is
'Alec, 838 "unci-up uo@r Set IU I NOW THE PROPRIETOR. I
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weak: IraGtT i I .
:; t'tdigestive Juke.a P1ua Iooc&tlChogastric !lOW ot-I SONOTONE O'F'ORLANDO:j INVITATIONS r ANNOUNCEMENTS CARDS ':! / OF THE SAN JUAN BEAUTY SALON. ..... -. i 1i 1E Ii
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ooh ahou1dea'betur.lleep better Double Envelopes i i :- E i
work better '
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.' podabsnd T .aaUNf"with me-toeow:1t.erae& 611 METCALF BLDG. > s tRAY
other I II I
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wbatE MEZZANINE, FLOOR ; ,
and bloatUlC :
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Deed 11 sss \ PHONE 2.2101
10 dearly O.. = rooing.iJm' '
diged food for odT a .- S SAN JUAN HOTEL COMPANY
d I JEWELRY
Don't.trattt JOlIn the I Ii
T Dto baa helped.
BODe aa '
tJ.. eDllS..Ge& eiI a F/COOPER-Consultant I 35 E.Pins SL PHONE
N.11uoo. Qruf ORLANDO Phone 639 : 4441. H. HOKTH ORANGE AVLI ,

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Set J' ger. Ann Greene Mrs. Walker Orlando, Florida, June 1 1,1947 giit is nbag rnttntl-&m Page 23
Jewell Hooper. Betty 1
non. Windy ., --."",= i! f 1

Will Enjoy Schrader.Dunn-Rankin Larry Kim I I Attends UDCDedicat.ioll Ys : I!Miss Torrance j I stroth.tin.'Ann Marilyn McKenzie Meckstroth.Margy Meck-Betty Miss Crlt/v-pIe).,

Haley: Scotty Carol Medlock. Ann MendenhaH t

Picnic T otJay Thames.Reich. Saretta Shirley Hffl. II I Ii i Miss\ Moon\ i Mills.Micki Miller Jackie Phoebe Parron Miller.AnneOe Sue j\James P. SmithToWedinJune ?
t
i Pete Brown. Cliff .Nz Perry Jean Podmore. Carolyn
Miss Betty Matthews is enter- I Mrs. C. D. Walker of Winter
Bass. Ann Northern I'
I Ray. Jane Reynolds Helen RQey.
taming a group of Junior, and dom. Pat Buzbee Park immediate past president of Feted at Tea \ Mary Roberts Jean Robinson: I!: 1
senior class members of Winter I soe. Marguerite Fowler. the Florida unit of the United 'Patty Roy. Linda Saunders Carolyn 1
I Daughters of the Confederacy I I H. Torrance and Mrs. : Scott ifMirttand '
Park High School this man. Nancy I Mrs. R. Shiver. Annals Jane I> Mr. and Mrs Dewey
Stoat
afternoonat
t left yesterday afternoon for,JUex-t .. .
Holmes. Bunny ; Paul Moon were joint hostesses the e* I
a swimming Sally She rouse. Ann Snow. Helen are acgagentent t
'
party and picnic Joe andria. Va., to attend the dedl- .
I Deane Williamson. yesterday afternoon when they Spangler: Peggy Ann SteeJe '' and approaching marriage
supper at the canon Tuesday of the Eastern
Officers Club )
beach. Miss Matthews Dunn-Rankin.Ann Ted terminal marker at the Pentagon entertained with a tea itt honor: Beverly Stowe Emily Straws of Mrs. Scott's .........
Newton. Herbert
by her mother will Mrs.be assisted 1 i. Patsy Saunders.An network on U. S. Highway 1. The of their daughters. Kitty Torrance Martha Tiller. Peggy Vaughan ,Mildred Grumpier,' to James P.
H. Staley. Jay formal presentation will be by the I I Rita Vevera Catherine West Ar- Smith SOD of Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
and Paula Moon. both of j lene Wilson Nelda Wolfe and
The State Highway Department of Smith of Ocoee.
Tnsmen.guest list includes: Maude automobile ,Virginia. whom are members of the grad- 'I Sally WoodburyFalaganLee. The bride-elect. is a graduate
Austin
Parker Irene Schulz Wattles Frances ports a new brake : This afternoon Mrs. Walker uating class of the Orlando Se- ;of Winter Pars High School ADd 1
Ray Secken-
itself as its lining will attend the annual Confederate nior High School. !,k:, Nuptials \!I for the past two years has been
celebration at Arlington National 'employed: by Yowell-Drew-IwyCo .
Cemetery at 3 o'clock at The affair was held at Mrs. Planned Tonight \I I Mr. Smith graduated from
I the Confederate monument and Torrance's home at 633 El Robin- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Falagan of:Ocoee High School and served for 1
/r A"erg at 4 o'clock: at the Amphitheater son Ave, and the hostesses were ,214 E. Winter Park Ave. are announcing two years in the Navy.' At present -
Later in the afternoon she will assisted by the Misses MargaretBrokaw. : the be is connected with Araoor !
forthcoming
,
d. a [ marriage -
Janis Wells, Suzanne '
,9' attend a tea in Confederate Me- Co. of Orlando.
4 of her daughter. Betty Lou
y morial Hall in Washington. D. C.. i iI Wheeler and Shadie BeardaIL Falagan. to James Turner Lee. i' The weeding will be aa event IJ.
I
l afi- 1 the afternoon Jimmie Torrance -
It John MRS. During
which Mrs. William Johnson CHARLES KEMP
of Mr. of June
I son and Mn E. W. Lee at ,
,
president of the District of :' recent bride. i entertained with several :Hattiesburg. Miss., which wUl1a.k !l lI i 1
Columbia division of the i request piano numbers.
I UDC ? l
place tonight at the Churcr of;
'ta 22213"o giving in honor of Mrs. John' M. The list of guests included Mrs.' ': i
I I God. 2200 S. Kohl Ave. at 7.30 RUBBER f
I Wilcox president-general of the I Richard Amann and the Misses clock. 5-- -
UDC. and Fred P. Myers. CornwanderinChief Kemp-Kessler ;
I I Sara Ann -Arstein. Anita Ashton.
The Rev. A. Z. Howell win offi "
: of the Sons of Mary Jean Atwood. Jean Baker, '
I I I ciate. All friends of the couple are ASPHALT
Confederate Veterans. Held Betty Branscomb Betty Barber. invited to attend. '
Tomorrow. Mrs. Walker will attend Nuptials Betty Jean Brown.Beverly Burcham. -t, .1-
I a program at the national) I .Betsy Burton Leah Bush.Virginia -i Mrs. Daisy Seiple and Mrs. NeIl FLOORING /
capitol. Cheney Dot Clark. Virginia Carter leave today for MiHbury
Georgia
During the three-day festivities. (Clark. Eleanor Cocper. Mass.. to visit the latter's sister-
I she Mason will Hotel be a guest in- Arlington at the George and "i :Mr and Mrs. Edward Kessler Jr.i Molly CorkhflL June Cos5in.i i in-Iaw. Mrs. Clara M. Smith. Lat- STEWARD-MELLON\ CO. ,
I i, then will spend ,&. few days with ,1 1of Jacksonville formerly of Orlando -i Betty Marie'Davis, Jo Ann Davis ,,er they plan* to visit in Capitol 301 X. Orange Phone 9663
Day. Jean DeLoach Ann City Me
,'1 I Nancy .
Mrs. R. J. Brown in Washington.
.
the .
are announcing
i I mar-. Eidson. Judy Ellis, Donna Claire I. -
I of their and Diane Evans, Linda Falls Vj
riage daughter Mary Alice.
I Louttit Will Address I I Ii to Charles Colley Kemp son ofT i Louise Finne.' Judy Finne Virginia j THINKING ABOUT BUILDING?
I f I II .Junior League at Meet : W. Kemp of Tat tires.which was Fisher Jimmie Nell Fleming t CONTACT t'S
i Home Built at Pncc to
a save you money
I ,I'I'I f, an event of this month in Kings-I Mary Ford.Barbara Foster Edith 2 to bedroom Home. $7.000 up
- I The Junior League of Orlando land. Ga. Foster. Mary Anne Gray Mar- I Weeks Will Complete Your Home i
'i..uI hold its June meeting Wednesday I I The couple will reside in Jack-I garet Hampton. Also Remodeling J I 5'
I I at 7.30 pm. at Sorosis.House, !'sonville. Peggy Heasley. Mary Highgate. 358 Brassie LEWIS BUILDERS INC. PhoneS
-!I 108 Liberty St. ,i i.I i The bride is the granddaughter'Joan Hiscock. Jane Hood. Shirley : Drive -!HS
I Mrs H. T. Fields educational'' of Mr and Mrs. George A. Barkerof Hurlbert. Patty Ann Jackson
II chairman announces that Bishop Orlando. i Kathleen Jackson. Vera Jams,
ALL YOUR MORNINGS WILL BE I II "Henry L Louttit Suffragan Bishop j Flo Johnson Charlotte Judge. Pat BUSY PEOPLE SPECIAL
I j jI of the Diocese of South Florida. : Kerr. Nell Troy Kincaid. Jane f :
when you.awoke truly refreshed. Your I will be the guest speaker. His Piano Concert I Kottmeier Betty Land. Lorraine On any make ear-for any type repairs-paint and body ; I
tress and box i topic will be The Community Larson. Marian Lehman. Pat Lennon I i' >ark-fabrication, etc Let us pick! it up-fix It-dehvar J k iI.
spring can decide how well It Enriches the Lives of Its CitI- Charlotte Lewis Elizabeth it Ladies like this service-it is open to aSTIYERSPONTIAC' i I
sleep. Depend on RUSS MATTRESS zens." Will Feature Lewis Frances Long. I I. J j ; I 1

pony making quality mattresses for 24 All members are urged to )ttend.POUNDI. Dorothy Magee. Nancy Magru- j U W COLO "UL PHONE t-UM i. of .
... for sleep-promoting bedding. Premier 1 t'l1rlpnt'I der. Charlotte Martin. Helen Mar- :ka
coils give you that restful support you I UH4.V-l.V",JLl.lkJ

Factory to you for good values. I I A concert will be given at the 0 l
Annie Russell- Theater''' today at '
Phone 2.2213 for our representative. -
N\ A Kefriferator Plat to Hare Ftxedt rear 4.30 pm, by outstanding piano J
Prompfflcier1tRealO11ab1eDomnuccommerdal students at the Rollins College Vflh1
Conservatory of Music. A collec- r
GCS ILUJDE.'IIFRdrturatiOll 1
RUSS MATTRESS Service tion will be taken proceeds of -
ZZJ HagMlU ATCBMFOHE which will be devoted to the Vic

1122 W. Church St. Tel. DON'T PHONE.11SS en 7726Batked I tory The Expansion program Fund.will be opened \ SOMETHING I U .
tar S. Bashey St. PkoM MC i ky 1 Tears ExpeneBce* with the Pantomime and Fire Utt'

Dance by Manuel de Falla. played .
i by Robert Setzer and Barbara x1 i iI
,Herring. This win be followed by
Chopin's Rondo for Two Pianos I) '.
performed by the same players. : -
CAN DOt
Laura King and Kenneth New- 9, a ,
___ bern will play the first movement ,
I I from the Concerto in D minor > >
I and Variations on a theme by '
Beethoven by Saint Saens. Bar-
FOR
:,
bara Herring and James Torrancewill .a
'T play two movements from I > .1
Concerto in B flat minor by
flIi Tchaikowsky. and Rhapsody in \ \ )
Blue by George Gershwin. r;* 'ttrs i iyMOa
Martha Barksdale and Joanne i f
Byrd will play Suite for Two Pianos \
by Arensky. I. -'t.
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Mrs. W. J. deGuehcry 3 .
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"t\e\.ute.\ Has Party for DaughterVirginia

I ,tv a _. Ann de Guehery, 'D
.. e daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Rae 01\\ > de Guehery of 301 Lakeview Ave.
"t tatS \et B celebrated her first birthday
'.. gOt: \\e Thursday when her mother entertained -
,Wade 1 STOVE W INCHES WIDE I a small group of guests and
their mothers. I
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r LAKGE OVEN Ii
20-\ i'. 'l' end\ OVEN CONTROL Eaton Bucky Mizell. Leigh
4'u&i1\. I STORAGE!: DiiJfLtbinstalled Campbell. Diane Bruner Philip: i
Paine. Sarah Chaffin, Lin de
with a inclua Guehery.
\ Mrs. de Guehery was assistedby
CO\\\\e\e, ALL FOR ONLY Mrs. Guy Ketterer.

> tem. The first Boston-built ship was
$
Sy the -Trial. a 200-ton sailing vessel '
,
'j gU1LV. in 1642. She sailed the follow <<
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: Materials ing year for trade with Spain.


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Page 24 t4r! 5unbag Srntintl-Star Orlando, Florida, June 1, 1947 -
._ I Mrs. Carleton Cathedral-
< WIVES AND MOTMUS Of DUMBMO MEN !

I Best Trailer Shop TERMITE CONTROL I Gives Week's i ALCOHOLISMTtMte 1
II' ComplimentsMiss
Trail-R.Coat Paints 2t YEARS 0. DEPENDBndTT : iJ I .ca.t.ay vM OM WMk .! Hp ftfizetiMWHITE
CALL PHONE 0& lff CROSS HOSPITAL ;
WRITB \
2225 W. Washington \1 SteedMrs. Schedule w... ... ........... .
Dial fi894 H. L. COX I lJfHII 4I ,. S (280 Central A.... St. P. srsberg, Fla.I .!

lF [Eon Winter Garden Road_ nsl4 "UtA Sr.NEW Robert Carleton was bos- i Schedule at St: Luke's this weekis
tess yesterday when she enter- as follows: Daily-1:30
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I r IRISH JONES a.m.1
: tained with a- buffet luncheon The Holy Communion [
old"School days school days, dear honoring Miss Katherine Steed' Thursday at 10 a.m.1 I W. O. DALEY. c.P.A. and J. W. BOONS c.P.A. .
golden rule
2J.4' days" are about ,
i
whose marriage to J. H. Platt Jr., Monday-3 pm. Woman's Auxiliary -
over for the Tally Lassies and an WISH TO ANNOUNCE THE FORMATION : ,
r .' extra twinge of sadness accom- of Winnetka, Hi* will be an event regular monthly business
: i panies the completion of thlsyear's of June 21. meeting at the parish house; thisbein& I OF A PARTNERSHIP TO IE KNOWN AS I
term because with it goes The affair was held at the Carle- the concluding meeting for
"S that sanctum of women Florida ton home on Country Club Dr. DALEY & BOONE r
Q UTIL51 State College for Women and in With the honoree were her the season. 7 pm. Choir boys rehearsal -
: 7:30 pm. Boy Scouts,
mother Mrs. W. J. Steed and the
its place
we have the Florida State Troop 33 with Scoutmasters Phillip CERTIFIED PUIUC ACCOUNTANTS r
Mmes. Robert Murphy, Dudley
Y University.o I I rowne of Richard McPherson N. Ingou and C. R. Ochs at *. 1 1ORLANDO i
o r> Tampa 506 FLORIDA lANK BUILDING
OiJacM miLD.C[ I Co-education was approved by Jack Buice, Thomas Erb. the parish house: 8 pjn. Parish I v
: the Carl Miller Carter .Whitmire Council regular monthly meetingat FLORIDA
majority of students at the beginning chapter house. I!
Charles Davis and the Misses Margaret ''
of the year but now the Tuesday-3 Junior choir JUNE 1, 1947 TREPHONE 2-3372 i
:: MADE,. BY CURRY' ZD(::!: : seniors arc disturbed because it Ann TTifrh Baugh fTarohn, Jean Yothers.TUch. Carolyn Mary rehearsal. p.m. I i

f"..>., y. "Y. ..,.....,.._.:..,.......-.............,,......_. ._. ..............:.;;:,;: : ,isued looks' to as them if their from diplomas that new-born will be Coil14';; -Pauline i -Harrell and-Willa, I Wednesday-8 pm. Cathedral j'j' .
--.; MISS AILEEN RUTH M'GLl! ,Steed. chapter regular monthly business ;I
Univer-sity I meeting in the board room. i
Li. I whose engagement to Sesster Thursday-9:40: ajn. Intercessions :
= : ,I College for Women that they have ,, F.'Walker Jr., is announced today Class Entertains I : 10 am. The Holy Communion PG M hBROhZ

<< I cherished these four years. Or- i by her parents, Mr. and For Graduates : 7:30 p.m. Full Cathedral "
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i ilando seniors who receive their i iI i Mrs. John D McGill of this ': choir rehearsal note change from
I degrees be it from FSCW or FSU The Fellowship Class of the Wednesdays]. M II .
are: Betty McCleur Lee, Mary Eve- city. Mr. Walker' is the son Holden Heights Baptist Church Friday-3:30: pjn. Cub Scouts. j r
'" "' .... lyn Fredenburg, Billitf Eva Shell of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Walker, ; entertained with a party this weekin Saturday to 7:30: pjn. One I
I Marjorie Potter, Evelyn Joyce Pot- also of Orland The bride- honor of its president, Miss | of the clergy will be in the chapel I
Vacation time is almost here-and that's the time Children ter and Virginia Edith Edwards. elect attended scHool in New Doris Stephens, and Miss Merle j I for spiritual counsel and absolu-
t have fun all day 000 Nickels, both members of the Orlando tion.
long. They
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pan a rollicking good time York and secretarial PROTECTSYour .
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I jvith our summer'time toys.i Robin HOI Murphy Mrs..Robertl. ] present a { High School graduating :: :
i #' r Ruth Mary Bliss, and Mary Jane j: position with the Na-| class. : St. Luke's Church SchoolS
There are sand-bpxes and an the accompanying shovels, pails Kirst were elected to Phi Beta ,! tional Farm Loan Assn. No The affair was held at the homeof loved ones :
kheelbarrows and wagons to keep the younger set happy. Wad- !Kappa, national scholastic honor- j date has been set for the Miss Anne Babb in Winter Park. t$ Vacation SessionThe i "
Ing pools gym sets and stainless steel slides make the backyard i ary fraternity this week. Mary and the following guests were present vacation session of St.Luke's i!
11 I circus. !Jane is the daughter of Professor i wedding. : The Misses Annie Lee Rob- | BETTER
Plastic |and Mrs. I*. A.-KlrsL -Mr."K1rSt i I i erts. Dot Miller, Sara Nell McClel- jl j i Church School win commence -
Come in balls and torpedoes keep the swim crowd busy. ;is instructor of science and math ;;tolling the beauty and charm of 1 land Bobbie Wise, Mary Kathrlne I Sunday, June 15 at 9:30' Because the best ,
z. soon and prepare for a summer of fun at home or away. [at OHS and for many years has j j the queen and her attendants. Ball Margaret .Curtwrlght, Mrs. j I am. The Sunday sessions will beheld of f materials are i

JLajr: sway plaa for Xmas maw la effect .a aD wheel goods n4 play served as principal of the Summer i j I 000 Betsy Kemp Mr. and Mrs. Curtis > at the Cathedral'' instead of used and
ground equipment. school Ruth Mary's average for !,! Bobbie Lane who is attending Roberts Bill Pendergrass, Bud j I at the Cathedral School. These Made nd Serviced by no expense :
r three years in college was 2.98' Barry College in Miami, has been Jackson Hinton Boggan. Edward sessions are for the 1st throughthe is sparedin i
which is one of the highest ever elected queen of the Campus for Roberts Elbert Barrow, Mrs. Aline 10th grades. the
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k yfefefl CLOSED recorded at FSCW. Robin was the 1947-43 school term. Her coronation Shepard, and the Misses Wydene The nursery and kindergartendepartments PERKINS VAULT CO. making
214 N. Orange ALL DAY given another honor when she received i!: will take place in the Fall Griffin and Betty Caldwell. will continue to meet and curing.
6668 i the Pi Beta Phi Amy Burn- .:semester. Bobbie has also served The guests of honor were presented at 9:30 am. on Sundays at the > :
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( WEDNESDAYSDOES ham award for the most outstanding i i ias treasurer for her class the gifts, after which games Cathedral SchooL To aid the parents ,, SOLD THROUGH All FUNERAL DIRECTORS! 3eF j
i senior girl in Zeta province I past year.n ,i were played and refreshments any child in the kindergarten -
4 (Florida. Georgia and Ala-i 0 0 I served. who has an older brother or I
I barns]. I Nell Carter is still talking about ;j I 1 sister in the upper school may go '
I 000 I I the wonderful time she had at'I'visiting the lovely old homes and with them to the Cathedral.
Another smart gal is Elsa Mae Emory at their annual Spring celebration plantations there. They had car i i Beginning Wednesday Jane 18, Look AtTHE :
YOUR WIFEWant ;' ("Sis"J McCoy who was tapped "Dooley's Frolics." Nell trouble-ran in the ditch and had > there will be a session every
,!for the national freshman scho-,:went on Chris Francisco's bid and to walk: two miles but it was worth t'Wednesday morning from 9:30: to
'1 last1c fraternity recently. i Joan Hiscock was there enjoying it-so says Peg. 11:30: at the Cathedral School
a New 000 ''the festivities with Bud; Duncan, i[ O rO OI consisting of instruction handicraft -
The Cotillion Club and the Village Phi Delt. Rollins College won four out of games and light refresh- COMPLETELY ;
held their initiation i 000 !I ments. The sessions
Vamps j.h the five events at' the Statewide Wednesday :
PAINT JOB ? : banquets last week at the Three i I We hear Helen Holland is coming Sports Day held here last week' are for grades 1 through 10. AUTOMATIC .
;.. Torches tea room. The V. Vs are ,' down to visit her grandmother Girls from five colleges participated The kindergarten will not participate -
inaugurating a new policy next ,, Mrs. Willa Griffin, as soon as I: in basketball volleyball tennis on Wednesday. Both the Sun- HOME LAUNDRY
year and members will be selected she receives her diploma from swimming softball and archery day and Wednesday sessions will ,
Is she a little ashamed of the from the entire student body instead ::Virginia Intermont Preparatory ,,' continue through July. The regular '
appearance of Just from the fraterni- ; School. Helen has won many cov- of the car she drives? Do the wise thing- !!ties as has been the custom here- eted honors this year. She was' !=:"",.,,,,,,, It'" .TVlrt.- Wenws. I""P". Sunday, Sept. 14. Results '
tofore. ;''elected president of the prepara- ,: daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Royston
give the car a beauty treatment! 000 j I tory school assistant house president ;t Crane and student at Knox School Dial 2-3748 Greater Safety
Betty Walker daughter Mr. : of administration
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was chosen ,to take part in four
i and Mrs. Judson B. Walker is editor of the school annual *
Send of the events at the beautiful water Larger Capacity
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dents and proudly wearing the pledge pin :: Besides making the dean's list carnival which is given at the
of Sigma Kappa fraternity. I'she was voted the most popular EST. 1503 "os .c
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skillfully removed and get the finest 000 'I girl in school. CongratulationsHelen ':school 000 year. I Economy .

auto paint job to be had! Dan La Fevere of Winter Park I CONTRACTORSSEE :
Be sure it's the best I The seniors:bowed out with one i OCR FUTURE DISPLAY Pre-Soaking
stopped off in Tally en route to 000
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New Orleans where he will board Carolyn Carleton Alice Steed. in the Junior-Senior Kid
I his ship for Mexico where he is Joan Scott and Lelia Lane are all Party on Landis Green. Dressed I .
: agog with plans to attend Summer PHONE % %<<55H.A.DRUGHERTY
stationed.o f I in kindergarten garb the two t
o o i school at the University of Colorado I '
SAM JONES PAINT ft BODY SHOP B. J. Singleton was one of the this Summer. They will stay- \!classes play games assembled before on entering the lawn the to', RADIO I (
loveliest attendants to the i at the Chi
queen : Omega House and are dining hall for the Junior-Senior r j H & CO.'z
Dial 6628 130 N. Garland [at Jefferson of the May Court at then May Festival planning many interesting side banquet. j
held recently. At the dance I trips while they are out West. 000. BEPAIB SERVICE I
\[following the coronation the an- 000 I Dead week-exams-and then j SOUTHERN MUSIC ROBINSON at BUMBY No parking problem ORLANDO, FLORIDA
nouncer read an original poem ex- I Nell and Ann Carter two other
"home -sweet home.It has beena az N. Oruf TL Mn MEMBEft CEH'KA. t "8 8UUDERS EXCHANGE.
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Tally Lassies are going to further -
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I University of Colorado. too. Their to the SENIORS-Well miss j v
i parents Mr. and Mrs. George B. ',you. Good-bye to the Florida I
| Carter and brother Byron will State College for Women and.
:drive them out. GREETINGS Florida State University
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and Mrs. W. S. Shell and her sis- ;
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A contest has been opened by Smart Shoppers ''j 'd'J
the school paper to pick the winning 194 N. Orange AT*. Phone! 11M i j .
new school song and motto. Ride the Bus i II
FSCW must now Jbe found in the j
archives and emblems of it, suchas During off-peak hours .t
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ANGUILT FLORAL BOKE IIIOTO&OU AUTO l Methodist pulpits next Sunday. buquerque where the wlB a1V.d7"' 1
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f KfD&amII..lln Hotel RiPert: record Challre service work Dedicated Today at St. Luke'sThis Winter Park News Mrs. S. Carle cooling newly.:.I sculpture at Summer school.
ftf ruuutHtS Pickup aDd DeImr
AND HAWAIIAN GIFT SHOP rII Mr. and Mrs. Hope Strong are'i
rla.P.A.. i :: Economy Auto Supply Start I morning at St. Lake's | Old Testament beltg received in 1 1i elected president of the CatholicWoman's at Annapolis for the aradaatiIB i; ,
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Iii_ MU us L Oraaga An. r.... t4aI. Cathedral Trinity Sunday is being i the Temple. This wtadow is much I IT MARGARET GREENE Club of Winter Park. of their SOIl Midshipman" Wllar
observed when the Rt. ReT. lighter in color thai the others Ter M e Water Perk 233--Hours 11-12! 1 and 4-5. Marcbv: Threuob Friday j entertained with a supper and Strong.Mr. ',
garden party on Thursday eveningat and Mrs. F. 3. Cannes and
John D. Wing, DD.IIJ., Bishop inasmuch as it IS in t dark comer :t
her home Tall Pines, on N. Mrs Carl Payberg of HaflyweeeL
line of of the Diocese of South Florida. therefore is less-Wje and more H. S. Graduates i Winter ParkBrevities Interlachen Ave. are here for the graduates of
Complete will bless the new stained glass white in the stalled glass wore; Mr. and Mrs. Carting have as Miss Rose Cannon from ROtar:
Hospital and' Sick Room SuppliesTrusses .> I I windows recently placed in the This window was blessed on Easter guests. Mr. and Mrs. Don Searie, Tuesday and her marriage isi c

;. Supports CrutchesWheel ''I Ii Cathedral edifice and he win also Day and was presented by the To Number 56I Taylor of Hollywood and Miss Fla.Beaulah; Miss Springle Jean mediately Walker at afterwards Knowles to MemarUlChapel. James i

preach the sermon for the day. ;| children of St. Luke's Sunday H HWT'TER of Baltimore. .
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Commis-
Chairs
and Hospital Beds blessed officers, -City R. Klotz has sailed from New returned{
\I' One of the windows to be School: teachers parents I sion meets Q. Miss Lois Flint has
Monday at 7:30
and friends. i pjn.and Orleans on the Stella Polaris for a from a 10-day vtett m Cteetsaati,
Sales and Rentals Rose Window. I I
I is the Altar PARK-The following the proposed new charter with
The Ascension Window This cruise of the Atlantic, crossing to during which die attended the
'''011 :v.ompjM 5 This window depicts Christ in an 'is one of the windows in the students will be graduated for the Florida Power'Corp. comes up Casa Blanca and sailing north to prom at Miami University.
I His glory reigning from on high. series of epochs d- the life of Wednesday from Winter Park ,I second reading. the Scandinavian countries. Whenhe Miss Patricia Haley and Miss ,
nOVTTAt.WCTDCUWJ silo. I His feet are upon the world, signifying Christ which win be depicted in High School: Rotarians at their luncheon- reaches London he will con- Virginia Clark left Friday for I
tarot hrav tUffUO AW His Heavenly Ascension. all of the window of the Nave. John Q. Adams Marion'Ander- meeting tomorrow will hear a talk tinue by air to the Continent and Annapolis to attend the fertfrrtttes '
23372 J-I--I. A;..,; t sf..fi I I Flanked on either side as though The first panel pcmcncing at son. Ruth Anderson. Wanlfred Florida by W. S.Parole Gramling Board.Klwania.ns member. of the thence back to America. of June Week at the U. S. Naval 'I
229 No. I guarding are the Cherubim and the bottom depicts The Doubting Anderson Mary Lee Ajcrigg. Ed. Mrs. Jtanette' Newark has been Academy.Dr. '
unnte Orlando Phone 7253 2-4238 Seraphim. Here Christ Is revealed Thomas: the secoid panel portrays die Branch Jacqueline Bigger- at their supper- called North by the illness of her.i and Mrs. RofciBd McKteaU
as "one like unto the Son of The Miraculous Drought of staff Frances Bloggett, Epple meeting tomorrow n.ght will heara mother in Lansing. Mieb, and is are spending a week in Boetca. ;
with garment Bower. Rochelle Bower Mary program presented by the Key closing her for the Summer.Mr I I
man, clothed a Fishes: the third panel reveals Club shop Mrs. W. S. Oilman is speadteg
from
1 down to the foot and girt about The Great Commission the Brown. Jane Campbell. Audrey postponed last week. : and Mrs. R. C. Baker have 10 days in the East and expect
Pilot Club
with a golden girdle" [Rev. 1:131: : fourth panel portrays The Ascension Condlct. Jean Creeden. Glenna will meet Tuesday at returned from North Carolina to be home the middle of next. l
I as "one who sat like unto the and the list panel discloses Cronk, Gay Cubbedee, Lou Dead- 8 p-to. at the home of Mrs. Louise where they visited friends for two week. '
ATTIC FANS I Son of man having on His head a The Descent of the Holy wyler. Marie FarnelL Mary Jean Pittman Advance 311 W. Fairbanks Ave. weeks. 'I,I Dr. Marie Wagner, of the Bai
j golden crown" Rev. 14:14: ]:' and Spirit. The embell&unenis bor- Farrington Paul Fender Carla big registrations indicate' Mrs. Robert C. McCorkle has lias faculty has gone to her borne
in the background is a huge rainbow during these panels zymbolize the Floyd. Henry Foster. Russell and day-camps Brownie! for the Intermediate returned to her home on Long ''la New York City to spend tbs i
Girl
symbolic of the Great Prom- e and orange iljssom honor- Gerald. Ralph Gilkey. Scouts white Island after a two weeks visit with Summer. '
I I ise "and there was a rainbow orange ing him in whose. memory this \; Julian Cranberry, Robert C. week and colored and which begin next her sister Mrs. Edward Cashore. The Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth 4/
round about the throne. In sight window was presented Robert ;j Graham Ann Greene Vivian run through July 3. Miss! June Nelson eaves soon after Rogers will be in Lakeland thta
Nationally advertised SILENT-BREEZE I like unto an emerald" I Rev. 4:3J.: ] Fitch by his wife, Wary Fitch. i;iHattaway. Evelyn Hawks Ben White of Starbuck Intermediates will have the Rollins closes, to attend the week for the Metbedtot CeafefSence. I
The Trinity is expressed In thei The Cathedral ccnjregation is :; Holdorf. Julie Holdorf Jewell use Springs which Mr. University of New Mexico at Al- .
fans-all sizes from 30 in. to' 48 incompletely I i I nimbus by the symbolism in red to be congratulated ia having secured Hopper. Carl Horvath James Kill- and Mrs. B. l'available>f. Yale of Orlando, --- I
L j I of the Father, the Son. and the the services o: Henry Lee ,'.gore, Harry Koontz. Sue Martin are making ; Brownies USED FURNltUREAUCTION '
will the Banks'
use Camp Lake I
installed. .Holy Ghost around Christ's head. Willett of Philadelphia in the Evelyn McIntyre, Carolyn Moore Sue and all of the colored on f
The ecclesiastical blue predominating Ted Newark Joe O'Steen. girls
execution of these beautiful 13th
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pest 36'.J; 1-3 It. 1 11,000 G.F.M. 11(1.50( :I[ truth which is the is symbolic expressed color in all of glass Century windows.reproductbns He fc rated of stained as one Parker.Thelma Henry O'Steen.Pavehouse.Lawrence Harrop Girl Scout camping regional scholarship at Cloud-the SALE..i.i iAT I
camp.
: this 13th Phillips Alice Prasek. Anor Richardson
are [ Charge] ..._ ." .... I I V ,I stained Century glass quality.work Inasmuch of as this of of the our time finest having stainei Uready glass makers gaineda Pauline Schwing. Glori- land.and Mrs.Ga.. has Marvin been Pittman given by Mr. OUR CHICAGO ST WAREHOUSE "
window is located at approximately Sims Patsy Stewart. Kenneth ana
; reputation for hfc windows in
ex Compare this with others of equal capacity.For 50 feet above the level of the the Chapel at West Point at Val- Strong Mary Jo Wagner Otha Miss and other Alice campin Knox has equipment given a cot for Tuesday, June 3, Starting at 10 A. M. i
all figures must of necessity Warner. Anita Whitmore and
red >I eye. ley Forge and nunerous other at here.
use day
free estimate and survey of your needs call I be of life size or larger, and no at- places including All Saints'Church '1'Scotty WitherelL Ministers camp.in Florida for the For further information see articles I ;
ing ; tempt is made to portray small at Winter Fiark. Jewel Hooper. who was presi- world conference of the Church for sale in classified.DEMING .
This Altar Rose Windowis dent of the Student Council and
detail. A cordial invitation t is extended -
of the Brethren to be In sessionat
presented by the members,of to all those interested in art the Key Club has been awardedthe the Orlando Municipal Audi-, AUCTION SALES CO.
Guild of the Wo- Lewis Scholarship with the : 1
WILLARD & KEISERNorge the Lucerne work of this nature to view these
torium June 8 to 15. will '
I man's Auxiliary at St. Luke'sCathedral windows and it is .hoped that proviso that he teach for'two the Congregational-Christian occupy and 733 W Church St. Phone z.U&I
I as a thank-offering. many will be preset upon the years following his graduation -.- I
and Philco Dealers Clerestory Window Thiswin- occasion of the Dieting of these from college. I I i
dow in the south nave of the windows this mornirg. ,
709 N. Mills 5136 Colonialtown Cathedral is the first of a series !1 The average man clasps and -
of windows depicting charactersof !unclasps; more than 3Vi million I
the Old Testament: In the BaylorWatsonNuptials buttons in his lifetime. 'j
north nave they will depict the $
I INVESTIGATE BFFOIE YOU IUYI! I ItJP
| apostles.The particular window in Held HEAVY DUTY WAX
the clerestory to be blessed today 'm'evwi'
,I haS hi.the quatrefoil the Lion I
Al Coith Says: of Judah symbolizing the lineage The marriage of Miss Frankie T CA SAVES REPEATED SCRUBBING AND IT'S ANTI-SUP
j of David. And in the panels maybe Watson daughter of J rs. Ellie M. lee y_ I I I
7'ur Did ,.... tear about the man who sent a sample of soil to be analyzed seen in life size both Samuel Watson of Winter Park, to Staff .._ T_ : Pforides tooth d&rtbltorfacc. S
sad wrote a letter askine what was lacking? Report came baOk. "Every and David appearing hi splendid Sgt. Gerald R. Baylor. USA. of j I -flCHt : .
thing except Mad!" Unfortunately, some of our soil is far from color and workmanship.. These Eglin Field son of Harold L 1 .Tater proofi -
that and will let one it we don't stop burning it off each winter. Why A HOME-TOWN TRANSACTION I does Goes I
with the window in the Baylor of Odem Texs. was sol- not spot. oa
Met start I comport pUe or pct in some secluded part or your yard Save together -----
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'an waste such as leave and pass cuttinjs. Keep It moist to hasten the Bay [known as the Ascension emnized May 25 at the! First Bap- " i Idt mtfic. Cm be walk
decay. Azaleas. Camellias. Gardenias and Roses especially should be I'Window] are presented -by Mrs. tist Church of Winter Park. ed oa ia IS miaotes.
malched with leaves or grass cuttings to keep the ground cooler lessen :
Mary Fitch in loving memory of Dr. Raymond P. In rsoll minister RADIOS
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the evaporation moisture and dJScouraeTVOt.1mo& or nemetodes in ,
plants which are susceptible. A good substitute for compost is peat. her husband Robert. Fitch. It is of the church performed the REFRIGERATORS : ;
Ucb we can supply in any quantity from 1 bushel up. Don't make the the Clerestory window which win ceremony. *, 'KUp4 't4 kt t !
mistake of potting peat on top of the ground and leaving it there. It : be blessed today since the Ascen- The bride wore a Thite after- WASHERS : A I
should be nixed with the soil thoroughly. Then good of
a grade
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Fertilizer with the peat er leaves and yea will hive shrubs and lawn sion window was-blessed on Easter noon dress of eyelet pique, with NEED REPAIRS? : O.e44a """ le44 :
ef which you will be proud. We carry a fua.line of fertilizers which! white accessories and a corsageof a quart
best suits the tilant.Re.eakr i Day.Lancet Windows at the Portal red rosebuds. Her: attendant i For Any Stake ;
9 j of the Cathedral: The two Lan- .Mrs. R. C. Walls chose a powder I CaOBARTON'S : 4 t I'
we have cameoUs la cOlt laers. Get them mow sad eajoy cet windows are known as the blue dress with matcling acces- :
IIID w.oaJa scasos.ORLANDO. a ; Nunc Dimittis windows as given sorise and wore a corsage of white // : ,
: in St. Luke 22538.: These windows carnations.The / Too Benefit By Our 25 i : i ;
were presented by the bride's mother Tore a gray r Tears Experience : r' i! !
I Young People's Service League dress and wore matcling accessories : Nut to Colony Theatre i I ,.

9cLOIIDA NURSERIES I be and blessed an anonymous this morning.donor and will carnations., and wore a corsage of white // Winter Park 92 i I',I 223 N. Orange Avenue Telephone 6801 ,

Children's window in the Bap- S-Sgt. Baylor had is his best. L..w.........: i i'J < ;'
en x. Orange Are. tistry This window depicts Christ man R. C. Walls.Following .
Phone 7847CAKETAKCtG blessing a baby, a child, and a the ceremony a reception J
youth while in the upper panelis was held at She home of j; ,
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LL OCAWG LAWN SWEEPERS shown Timothy a model boy Mr. and Mrs. Walls, brother-in- \ 'I
\ un MOWEBS ;.. FERltLZJXBS: CftECTKIOCtOENAMENTAI. I of the Hew Testament receiving law and sister of tit bride.
instruction from his mother i Following a weddhr: trip. the
FLINTS I I[Eunice: In the lower panel Is depicted -1 j I couple will reside at Eglin Field, I
Samuel a'model boy of'the 'where.. SSrtBaylor, Is stationed. j 1 t
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PaQe 26 it ft &unbag &tntthrt-tu _Orlando) I Florida, June _l 1,1947 f Miss Terrell '


I ACL Uraes Consolidation

Mount DoraStudents C.EflTRAL'JPRIDSS Honored
Tells He -
4 Pepper Why I : .wi

the Commission "excess caah"In At Shower
C. McD. Davis. president Atlantic -
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: Get Coast, Line Railroad an- the hands of the trustees will

i nounced in Wilmington. N. C.yesterday also be distributed to FEC bond Special: to The Surrfar Sentmel-Ster'

'i Class Awards Favored Rail Merger I that te has had oppt>rtun- 4.'k1) holders.Davis expressed the view that CLERMONT Mrs. John :Mor

t ity to review the 3d Supplemental the plan prescribed by the Commission rison and Mrs. Robert Gartner

fi [Special! to The Sundoy SentsneJ-Stor! I Ii Repat and Order of the j acceptance of the termsof I were co-hostesses: at a miscellaneous -

i MOUNT DORA At the graduating I Firm conviction that best interests of the public will I Interstate in Florida Conmerce East Coast Commission Railway ,I.L which Coast Line management I shower honoring Miss Claire .

exercises of the Mount be served by consolidation of the Florida East Coast' Rail- lr HANLEY POGUE Company reorganization which report ,3L1: will are will recommend-Afld a to handsome its stockhold-profit Terrell at the home of Mrs Cast-

Dora. High the following awards I road with the Atlantic Coast Line, as recently recommended THE QUESTIONWhat I i and order. was released May to certainly most of the holders of I ner Tuesday.

were Bauch given and: Lomb first honorsIn by the ICC, was expressed by Sen. Claude Pepper I 20. Florida East Coast RAIlWaY First Musical numbers were given by
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last in broadcast Is Florida's citrus crop: Davis said % special meeting of and Refunding Mortgage bonds. Stanley who sang
science Dorothy Eckholdt; night a speech over WDBO. Mrs. Richard
outlook for next season? the ACL's Board of Directors has
Danforth Foundation to Sue I I> However," he declared, "we In I II. especially those bonds purchased I three appropriate numbers and
Bond and Carroll Griggs; II Washington will take it to the THE ANSWERS been called lot tomorrow to take in past ten years. several violin solos by Mrs. Ed-

Reader's Digest Subscription. I Orange County ICC if there should be any attemptby I'I the necessary formal action to Davis pointed out that the ma- ward Klenan. accompanied by
Pat Allen tire dealer, Klssim-. recommend Acceptance of the jority holder of those bonds had i
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discriminate CastnerColorful
first honors in scholarship Doris the ACL to againstany Mrs.
lit
Harding; ; Court Records shippers." me : terms of the'''! plan approved by 1t4: $' acquired the preponderance Of hii I fruit punch was served

Manuel J. Sedano Memorial | Mar,4as. A.*4ic tio- "I will be diligent" the Sena- I "I 'believe the crop next year 'the Commission. holdings at depression prices, and I with bride cakes by Mrs. William

Band Award. Doris Harding and 'I Joseph SUBven Ketnpstvr 25. Marines. tor added "to prevent such discrimination. -I' win 'be smaUec I Davis reminded that the previous has subsequently recouped a sub- I Schlott.

M. Hadlock Mew Tort and Betty MeCluni Bumpier.I ." I' than this season. : reports ,f the Commission tantial part of his investment I Present were the Mmes Rich:
*- Maryann ; I 23. Darton Beach. I promulgtted before hearings ___through payment of defaulted Interest -
': f Woman's Club Essay Contest I I Junior Booth. 21. juice plant worker He described the ICC decision Growers around were : ard Stanley Albert Johnson
Psmpnon. Ala.. and Audrey Elena Merritt this section II the Atlantic Coast Lines coupons. I
expect -
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f Elr Clark. Wffliam Schlott.:
I first prize, Lila Rhodes $5; honorable 20. canning plant worker, Ocoet as based on "sound reasoningand The record has been inconclusive i Charles
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mention, Lucille Minkley and Thomas Eoiene Watson 21. Rt 9. Box sound public policy." fairly good merger plan were held Lottie Baker, Tony McNlece. A. L.
174 A. and Wilma Jane KeeL 1$. Rt. So markets and I fore before the Important question as to prices paid by St. Joe I Howard Bailey, C. B.
-' Tommy Houser; Box 474 A. Recalling the history of the long think prices will of the public interest was injected. Paper Co. for latter's holdings 158 I j Weaver,
:, D. A. R. Citizenship Award, Lu- Zsrtw McCalL 22. eitras. Winter Oar- Fielding, Anna Herr. Mayme
battle for control of the railroad cent of total issue! of Florida I
hold fairly steady The record which those ear- per
[ den. and Madclen Metis. Winter Garden. cpon J V. Briee, Francis Lincoln -
rifle Minkley, presented by Mrs Thropp
i ; Myron Emery Msrden 23. !faY?. 27 N. founded by Henry M. Flagler. Sen. over the entire lier reports were based contained DAVIS East Coast First and Refunding i!
E. L. &humacherChapter Ocklawaha and Doris Edith Cnthbertson. C. M'D. i Lane Lawrence Clark Mary
I Forest st. Pepper said that from the beginning shipping season. I principally Oicussion of financial Mortgage bonds because Davis'oned. '

DAR; 20. typist Suits in Chancery II he and others in Washington | They were disappointed -' details and 'such. no representa- a ACL president.Lhrough ._ St. Joe Paper Co..refused -i Kopf Scott Helen -
Misses Marjorie ,
American Legion Mount Dora Charley Tatum. divorce had believed that "the The
i Amelia Tatum vs bankrupt with to nave the record snow
: I Post 35 Citizenship Medal Bobby ;, :mission wlt1t.Yb[-etao1nshrd1ui *' routes to and from points' Brown Viola OTJaHoran Betty
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I Florida East Coast" should be kept those prices. However It is known ;
A. Miller the returns this Allen tions : before ,
Miner James then been the
Basel C. vs. I i having:
j Turner, presented by Harry Hop- divorce out of the hands of the "duPont There was some frost damage : with on present Florida East Coast that large part of such holdings j Jane Turvflle, Mrs. Marvin
year. Commission to
respect requirements
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cult, commander. American County Judge's Court Railway via ,Jacksonville in con- I Meeker Miss Kathryn Wallace.
trust, represented by the St. Joe here in the February freeze i interest was acquired in 1942, at depressed ,
Edward Cavtnauth. final report and application i : 5 the 'public
j. Legion; I nection with Seaboard Air Line I Miss Shirley Tegg, Mrs. FnfflJpStrickland
for discharte. estate- of Aida I I Paper Co.These and producers claim this will cut as to control and future operation prices, and after taking into ,I
American Legion Auxiliary Citizenship LaureL' interests he asserted, Railroad and Southern Railway account the return represented by Miss Shirley consI -

'Medal Lucille Minkley, of William administration H Earers.estate petition of Ella for Sayers letters : bought up obligations for the spe- !, next years output.* I!I of the Florida: East Coast Railway Company so that shippers and j I payment of "defaulted interest I tenseD. the Mmes Edward Kier-

presented by Mrs. Guy. vice-presi- H-rst. | cif ic purpose of acquiring control j jt 'I property. celvers of freight and re-I I coupons. It is hardly likely that nan Frank Johnson, Harry WH-

Ident. American Legion: Auxiliary.f H., W.estate Barnnm of George supplemental Boward.Instruments final report 1, of the line. then submitted a plan T. E. Hoxhey. citrus grower I "My first*retction upon "readingthe will continue to have benefit of j St. Joe Paper Co.'s present investment llama C. )(. Grist Miss Betty
Kissimmeet report pavis said, a
Fited of operation to the Ice.i was of the transportation routes now i In those bonds now stands Ann Terrell, Mrs. Donald H. Simons -
A. Culver Golden et mx to Charles If.Wlrtins i Proponents of the subsequentACL "I think we will have a good feeling of grttification that the available to them. at much in excess of $1't2 minion and Mrs. Harry L. Addison.

.1 I Grace Lee's Fla. Rabbit et mx Producers mtc $1500 Co-op to CoL plan. Sen. Pepper said. were crop and produc- Commission tad found. on basisof Davis pointed out the Commission's .the ACL president said.

Bank for Co-Operatives ch: mts.. 2700. convinced that the public interestwas tion will be as the extendve record that it report finds that the effectof sL Joe Paper Co. will receive
Livestock : Inc. to Fla will be in thi interest for
Fla Exposition good better public
with this proposal. from a or a merger of the FEC property
Rabbit Producers Co-op lease (1 : Coast Line t> control the Florida approximately 5< per cent of L. Crosby
E1lgagelnelltA1l11otJ1lced Joe G Myers e1IX to Union Central group engaged exclusively in the than this year. with Coast Line upon Southernand the $4,1Z5,000 cash required to
We Ins Co. mts, $7200. The price outlookis East Coat Railway property. ed-
if will
Cecil carter et mz: to Mary E. Carter railroad business. ; Seaboard. any not be paid by Coast Line, or .approximately
"And who and if the plan of
wd $1, I In contrast, he declared the rather dismalat ; versely affect the public, interest.He f2.310.e09. Davis : Makes Trip
(J Blanche O Dicksoa to John E. Hog- present. The I reorganization now Just approved
4 i duPont croup, eontrolliiir some said the report Correctly describes went on and win thereforenrob-'
tins wd $10 I bloom set by the Comnission Is confirmedby
Orville M. Made et U to Albert 8. 17 banks, were likely to use the heavy I, he thinks. the existing ably recover In Coast Line cash I[ ST LEE EDEN
Speed 1 The S Sentinel, Starl the Federal Court and when
to ndoy I good and there
Hodges mU. 12723 11. 1
will be alone the entire
railroad to further the private situation (which situation nearly amountof rSoeClo' The SundoN Seotmef SterJ
Douglas Lansing eal to W. J. i that it i to '"
MOUNT DORA Mr. and Mrs. Taylor do not seem to plan is consummated. is
Capehart and Fir liaB nk Tntg, $5000 i interests of the "trust" rather the earnest leslre of Coast Line continued in stating that while SU Joe's net cash investment.In OHIO VISTA Mr and Mrs.S. .
Robert Hdridge Lee be drops
are announcing many
Minnie Zimmerman to Arnold L. Zimmerman -, than those of the public. managementto continue to'render Southern Seaboard and Coast addition. St. Joe Paper Co. Crammer: and Mr. and Mrs. R. )
the wd $1 where
engagement of and their approaching -! Thomas et E.al Gordon tt II to Kelns A.P1eIee 1! Another reason for taking the -- groves_ such transportation service to the I Line an compete for traffic to II | win receive approximately 56 per McGmness have rented homes in j.,
nave oeen icr-
marriage I et al am. which he has consistently uufney and from the peninsula of Florida cent of the 1.
position I new Atlantic Coast the both
as men are
i community
Grace Robert The trees do East Coast of Florida to Justify i I
Wil- as
Kshle tt and
daughter. to Mark V. Ryan et al vs Minnie tilized irrigated. : I II '
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[ maintained. the Senator said, was incl iding the East Coast. the Line securities to be issued in the now employed by contractors
al order
the
11am Vincent son of Mr. and Mrs. I not show much freeze damage and : Comrmsnon's expressed con-
Southern Fruit Distributors to .John J : that the FEC could better be fitted 1 competition is not comparable in merger which in par or stated building the Cross State Highway .
fidence in Cast Line control and
WQliam large
Arnold Vincent also of indications point to a crop.
Walsh et mx: wd $10 I .
into trunk line since all instances. : value he
major aggregate $36,375,000
Mount Dora. Tuesday June 3, has I Lloyd E. Miley e11:1: to 1. C. Becket : I a If the industry as a whole will cooperate -, operation of} the FEC property .| in this section.
wd $10William the depression had revealed that Southern Railway operates explained.Therefore.. I left for Buffalo.
ax : Lonme Crosby _
been set date. in marketing fruit prices and to wanant approval of such
as wedding
M. Hannigan et mz: to Madlord the small independent railroad is through train service i iI Davis said. it maybe : un.
: passenger i N. Y.. ThursdayMrs. .
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The bride-elect graduated from j D. Lrnd et al ant* $2000 l [may hold fairly well. control and,operation 67 patrons
!il the first to fan victim to bad} I to and from the West and : said that St. Joe Paper Co. will
If.Bannusn
Mount Dora High and attendedthe Medlord D Land '*t mx to Wffliam f i of the railroad." bask j ; Edward Beal started for
e11][ wd $10 times. I competitive freight routes to and thus receive slightly more than :
University of Georgia whereshe I LiiaMarUn! to Medtord D. Land cislam. I Charles Hill restaurant opera- Davis exjlained: that the rehabilitation ) Cleveland Ohio, Thursday to Join
i i The fact that a large majority from the 'West, but because of I $20 million par. or stated value, I her husband.
was a member of Alpha Chi ; : tor. Tavares:' and improvement
Lena L. Lersch HIll et fir to MedTord I of passengers and eight handled pro- the nature of Its line and some I of such Coast Line securities at I S/Sgt Edward Webb flew from
Omega sorority. She is now a student i "Several lareer citrus growers in .gram whict has been deveioned for I
$1
Land et ux Qed : little
by the East Coast line came to it does : or no expense to SL Joe to
mileage not
at Stetson in DeLand.Mr. Thomas O Brown Jr et mx to Her- this area have the Floridi East Coast property handicap, operate Washington to visit Mr. and Mrs.
mette E Smith et mz wd $10. from the ACL made it natural for through passenger service to ; say nothing of the presently undetermined Lee 'Than, parents of Mrs. Webb
Vincent graduate of Athens j Is, of cour in the hands of the ,
et al to James G expressed t Ii eopinion
Samuel O Stewart i amount of cash to be''
the latter to sugest a merger and from the East,, and does not the former Luriine Tison.
Athens Ritch wd $ 0
High Ga., served in the I that Court and'the Court's trustees
James W. Chads et U. to U W. McCoy Sen. Pepper added. j seriously compete for freight traffic -i also distributed from FEC treas- II Children who wfil enter school
European and Pacific theaters of for continuance the !
from the during
wd $10.Jerry. Not only has the latter t damage pet|t perishable freight ury to the bondholders.
war with the Navy. He is now a J. CtUcono et al to Mamie Edge depression he freeze last February nod until onsunmation of the reorganization \ Davis expressed the opinion I next term are to register at the
weathered the ,
wd $10. to and from the East, school house at 9
student at Stetson I especla1Iy'l l Wednesday a.m.,
and a member R. A. Beets et mz to Robert A. Newts said. but it had behind it more : will affect Icat program calls I not attempting, for that with probably few exceptions !
according to Mrs. Charlotte
of Sigma Nu fraternity. SS. far large expenditures fcr stations Brels-
Jr. et mx wd than 100 of successful the crop next I most of the present holders of the
First liaBank W. Garden to Clarence years I operate third morning ,I ford principal.
Open invitations :
are being ex- A. Ajhwr.ore tt mz: am. operation.HequotedfromtheICCrepOrt season and they and ;terminals bridges new I freight delivery at Northern mar-I I remaining bonds had likewise acquired "
tended to friends to attend the Herbert R. Drake et al to David L. i I II believe the crop equipment,heavier rail and. other i their holdings at depression -

ceremony at the First' Methodist Remley David et L.ux Remley sm, at mz to Herbert I passages indicating that while the : win be smalL items. Unier the plan; approvedby ,kets-Coast as Line.Seaboard provided. by Seaboard. and prices and that the great ma- Gourmets of ancient Rome frequently -

Church at 8 pjn.Concrete Alton et u wd $10 I ACL would seek to maintain a I II However. theythink the Comnission. the amount of I jority of the original holders of ate an apple as the last
Herbert Alton tt U to C. H Bramtratg fruit will money to complete the reaches directly the bonds who purchased f course at dinner.
$1700 long haul its natural appeal for! program same at
I Brick or Block Clara Haworth to Fred H. Bar tt n I I business through quality of servIce -I -bring- premium uui will be reserved and me Coast with its own rails the territory par or close thereto when first I t

,1 FROM wd Mildred$10 D. Wbeeless to Fred B. Ray would tend to prevent abuse of : prices. Little fruit is expected from Line will ben pursue the program'' served by the FEC's line West issued had probably long since t

et mx wd liD power, but that if control went to the June bloom which is'expected to compl lon. I Palm Beach and south and closed out their investment and SERVICERefrigeration

FoundaUon to Chimney 'Top Roilia R. DeVere et. ax0 Travelers duPont the latter would ,have a'' to be light. Some new groves will ', "The Commission's report" : therefore Seaboard directly competes taken their loss. ,

AUARDICE CO., INC Ins Co..Dorbert mtg, $921082.Flora Bens et itt to Rufus : greater power of coercion: over I II come into production, but the :I Davis aided. "very properly for traffic to and from For the holder of the majority 1

I MJfoary Contractors aa4 Builders D. DeTers e11][ wd 110. i shippers.Sen. : crop is not expected to approach., finds I think, that any fean I such territory with the FEC. of the bonds and ,for many other; and Radio
BeU L SoTocol et al to Emma L. the size of this year's yield.H. I II bondholders the plan prescribed Service-Competent Personnel
said that ICC reference -
EeL 1919 TeL 2-1593 Wright wd $10 Pepper I expressed that the interests of Seaboard also competes via
T C. Dlckman et mx to Flora Dorbert to protection for employesof I I the East Coast of .Florida. and Jacksonville by the Commission [which win to serve yon!
and
with Southern
I the Florida East Coast means E. Swank service station op- its transportation pro bleras. mean a total of $900 par, or stated Work Guaranteed S
Coast Line for traffic
freight moving value
erator. Mt. Dora: I per $1,000 First and Re-
tMt will lose his Job becauseof :
none might be subordinated t the
Olsen G Fairchnd. LeRoy Boacii to and from the entire line funding
"Unless there is a heavy June Mortgage bond in
quist Milton E. Brty. E. Frank the merger. : interests of other parts of the aggre-
of the FEC but Seaboard PHONE
gate of 5136
operates par or stated
- : "ardner. H. Rylaad Cox. I the bloom I will think be : Coast Use system are unfounded I I no through passenger train Coast Line securities and value Coast of

Reps et tfr wd S10 crop i i ., I service in connection with the Line cash will
likely yield to
Mary SUcr to Josephine Rime MB. under productionof f .I most WILlARD & KEISER
Josephine Rluo to Troy M. Harper H : the past sea I,i "It is theintention of Coast Line I,FEC i iI 10f the fairly recent Investors in !
u wd S10. managemert provided the plan is I Coast Line is in position to compete I. and Refunding Mortgage t Merge and PhiFco Deafer
Troy ... Harper et u to JosephineRime son. While we
: confirmed by the Federal Court' and does compete. as to both bonds a return equal to several .
FAIfHlD!I! ntf. $1500 had a heavy early T.,.. Theater Block Cofomiattowv;
Wesley D Cooper et u to Pint S.T.1.1alld I bloom it rained and finally consummated to serve freight and passenger service with'I times their net investment. I
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/trmrL H.Loan Rand Aua.et II mt to; Wesley S2SOOE. P Cooper too much and the East Cast of Florida and to both Southern and Seaboard to

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attempt to that and from the West and'With Sea-
tt ox ira prevented bees ; develop territoryimpartially ,..

I Jones Francis Phillips Morton et HidiTtt.WeUbora al to. Wesley from polinating i and with same care i I I board to and from the East. i AUTOVISOR LICKS SUN GLARENOW

D. Cooper er.u qed 110Oeort the trees and the i and attention given to all other' Coast Line operates through

P. Bras>tt al to Jon K. Hot- l will be 'parts of tie Coast Line: mtern."The I passenger train service in connection -
tins deed <2 crop
Albert L.'riiw 'et al to lt J. KkwaQ r Swank smaller than Cosst Line is interested in with FEC to and from I
C.eu. FMsa's Largest wisMtalar of efttas CftlfwMl tt wit mtr, S6073 I acquiring the Florida East Coast both East and West and very near-
S most think. My was
Tnte persons grove
Mutual Life Ins. Co. of Hew
SPECIAL THIS WEEK W. P. Stone Jr.. eII im not hurt badly by the freeze and I I Railway property as a permanent i ly 100 per cent of the passenger ONLY

Jaunts mts.Today SOO. to Marguerite A. Robertson had a good bloom, but from the and integral part of its railroad I interchange of FEC is with CoastLine

I ur PARKER'SSupcrchrome Prank W. Bolter Xne to Albert A. : looks of the fruit now the crop will system aid not as a speculative} i I '

I Dora wd $10.PrudentIal : be rather light. The season next I or temporary venture I With respect to Southern Raflay. 191cmSAU
Ink Ins. Co. to R. Cl7d BoOms
_Soc Jr.. sm. year should be-short as the bloomall "Coast Line presently serves Im- ,> Davis pointed out that South-

I Mark A. Winkler et mi to' John W. came at the same time." ,, partially all of the territory it eVn Railway Co's. entry into Jack-
5Colors..OulckDry ScbeU: et al wd 110. reaches beluding territorrreach- sonville is not over rails ownedby
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John W. Scbell et 'IE to Mark A. MODW
For51" Pens Only Winkler et mx mte.. (4900 I C. P. Bateman grocery merchant ed by former railroads which have Southern but over rails of )
WE Rosa H. Nixon et al to Billiard Hatt- rather reratly been absorbed by Coast Line from Hardeeville S. C., _
: Plymouth: C
burton w4 $500. Choeka Lynteal. iai,,
nenscos
DELIVER Phone 8158 IX S. Main St. ROM H. Nixon eal to :Billiard Ham- I The ,citrus crop next year will the Coast Line into its system. If for,traffic to and from the North slid Tau. IssUer
burton et al wd $10 and wcea the Florid" East Coast and 1 East and from Jesup Ga..
Gramatan Nat. Bank cud Trust Co.U DC snort in comparison --'S
Fred Troclln et mx am. \ to pro- Railway property is absorbed into -'>for traffic to and from the West. ....1aMe Sun sod a Easily Adjusted

City. of Winter Park caneeQaUea: ofBen. duction duringthe the Coast Line sysleui. exactlythe I Accompanying the trackage agreement H..1tt arllldiq ty Wiaj Nut

R. A. Newts at at u to Robert A. past season.The a same policy will continue." is a companion traffic agreement -
Newts Jr.. et wd SS.M. Davis reterated oft-express which has for many years No Mom to OTUUNO iatarftrtnco with ute aari.... Add comfort and sass to
GRANTS D. Loonardy to Grover C. Roth .. freeze did a 'very mile rev *'-
KNOWN FOX VALUES u wd 110 I lot more damage ed confidence in- the future of given Southern Railway Company
Mary Bait to Plr. Mat. Bask aits-* than was apparent ; the temtjiy reached by CoastLine access to and from Coast Line stations MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED

$4000 Karl B. Fluke to John D. Pulton *t I at the time. in ,the six Southeastern I in Florida via Jacksonville ED MAYO'S iaiNaLtsT.

u wd 110.GrTm. [Growers have not .: States and pointed out that the I to and from the North and East PHONE.C782If

Lee Undsey. R. K.tt Checseman u aireement at al for to Barry deed. I been keeping >v''-.'I growth ad: development of the 'and West from certain stationson I

C GARDEPLANTS( $1700 their groves up as : East Coat o* Florida have in Coast LIne. and via Jesup to

C.mx R.wd Whitneld$10 tt u to Charles Raddtt .good .as in the : recent yeirs more than kept pace ,and from the West and via Savannah .

C P Kunzt tt 'U to Ernest. Kaspertt I i past and they Bateman I with the rest of the South to and from the East to '

tt spl wd $10. have been fertilizing rather lightly. Davis expressed the belief that and from other stations on CoastLine
Victor U Katz et U to Am. FIrs aid
Cas Co. rate.. $4000 (This wm affect the yield. The I the recent growth of the territory in Florida.

C 'P. Runes. tt mx to Ernest Kajpcrtt recent bloom was heavy in spots directly served by Florida I According to Davis that traffic /QQ

Arthur mz wd $10 X. Kant tt mz to William .I and light In others and it didn't I Floiida East Coast Railway agreement gives Southern 0 0 0 L o

Vtalit mU.. $3000 stick very: welL Most of the citrus property represents the Com- .Railway Company access to traf-
J. A. Ptrcmsoa et al to J. X. MaeOoa-
aid et mx wd $10 men I have talked to are of the j mission'1 Informed Judgment of I flee of the Florida East Coast I

a Am. Pin and cu. Co. to Harvey A. I opinion that the crop will be smaller the mba of the FEC property Railway and therefore. when

ReSatth et A. mx N6mith sm.Harrty et u to ...... Firs i and that it could be cut further want onand will therefore prob- i and if the Florida East Coast Railway -

and Cs* Co. ait*.. $7600 ''by prolonged dry weather in the I' erty. !I property is merged with Coast _. _
Zenas B. Davis et mx to Money A. late Summer." Conditions or stipulations, of Line the situation of Southern as -
ReSmita et mx wd $10 ;
; Rune B. Wlnnt tt ms .. Sense .. Davis I ILea the report are those which the !'to I East Coast of Florida win be i Justtherightnotefor

wd $10 wd $10 Coast Use has already promisedto same as it has been for many

: Austin Southern J. Caruso Fruit tt Distributors mx wd $10 Inc. to U Btockwen tt mx .to Pit Fed Say'' observe: namely adequate protection {years as to Central and West Graduation, Gifts!

R.. C.. Coldea tt mx U Willie- Scott and Loan Johnson Alan mtg tt u$5500Uvln to Los M Stock- 'I : If the interests of em- i Coast of Florida reached in con- '
I wd '10Starttnc well tt wd $10. nection with the Coast Line South RCA VICTOR Records
-. Phillips et u to R. C. Coldta mx I ployes affected by the merger, and I :
Alvin 8 Emrick et ux to H L ConsuL It
of Jacksonville.
at mx wd $10 rru.iiitpnyH'f: ; of existing through I
tt mx mug $4300 ,
Chester ret Kennlsoa rev at mx. to HarvtyNeSmitn H L Conant tt mz to Alvin 8 Emrick ttmx routes vu Jacksonville m'connec- i Davis said the amount Coast ii ALBUMS.

B W Worthing tt U to Want A Mo Pit wd Fed(10 Say and Loan Ann to Georgo tica with Seaboard Air Line Railway r Line would under the Commis- .

Kenney Louis smJ Poor, ot mx to Jack Ltvr. tt mzwd W McLsughlia et mx IlL and Southern Railway system, I l sion's order be required to pay ((1 1 .' 4 .vi tor Sweethearts
i : iaI $10Plr mtg W (5.10344 D PUcber et mx to Travelers ins Co: rtspectivtly. f in Coast line cash and CoastLine

Fed Sce and Loan Lace to C X Al Goodman Orchestra
I LeRoy B Gilts to wmiam O Filcher Davis 'ias. on more than one securities to acquire the '

Pstton'at mx Pearl smLorenna Grace tt fir to Stunt H A al 8 ret rev eton tt ,ux to PU Fed Saw occasion. publicly affirmed that, lorida East Coast Railway property Piano Reveries

W Becker tt Uwd $10. aad Loan Ann mtc (800 employes.including officers In the represents the Commis '
Joe Reichman
a K Blnshaw tt to Lovena Peart .
Once am. mx Clayton C Lawrence et mz to Gulf LiftIns service of Trustees of the Florida sion's informed Judgment of the .

C B Fowler et al to Board ot ChurchExtension Co.U ate Bomerviiio(2000M tt u to Clarion c I East Coast Railway at the value .f the EC property. I A Program of Dinner Music
mtc and refunding bond t -
Robert B Frailer ,at. mx _to 'Albert. Q Lawrence Oliver Gemelnhardt wd (10 et mz to 1C X. Somtrvint i time a merger is consummated will The Coast.Line's plan not how- .'. Palmer House Ensemble
Cooper tt mx wd $10 tt U sou J be taken Into the service of Coast ever approved by the Commis I

and Albert Loan O Assn Cooper mtt tt$5000 mx to Fir, Fed laY ceases.Protective Lift Ins Co to J B Rogers ,,:Line and that none would be in sion's report and order released i

Kathryn Banister to Gait A Haiti at Elisabeth T, Duane to Pinkas Hoblt etmz I i less favorable position with respect May 20. contained what the Coast RECORDS. .

u ?" cm. ,. to their employment because Line considered to be a,fair offer ; .
Weaver to Harold T Condkt It u J- Mam'selleStella
!!: Duncan P Crinkley Jr tt mz to Fred H .
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i I but the Coast Line
\ Titus wd (10Canthers I of operation of the proper recognized that I :
Wilson at mx to 'J J Bteflea' ty by Coat Line. determination of a fair value of By Starlight

SPECIAL ot J u 3 mtc Stiffen MOO tt u to Carnthtrs Wilton Davis pointed out that the Com I the FEC property was a matter of ". '1SF Dennis Day
AREYWAvocft H HPTENTIAL at mx wd $15. 'I mission's report recognizes that Judgment and. when submitting
B C Bcimrtaen. at U Noble W Pea- 4k c Linda
MONDAY sell mtt (5500 mz Coast Lint has recently been faced its plan stated its willingness to II

8 Noble w Ftnaen tt mx to B C Rctetrt, I I with piDtection of the interestsof give careful consideration to any So They Tell Me
ONLY $19 kCIIUt ? ton wd $10.Mildred : of modification which the Commission -
A Parker tt al to Charles A emplcjes a. merged railI i. Charlie Spivak Orchestra
Olb aut wd (10 to i road in acquisition by Coast I I might approve.
ThondsoIaam4ipo... I PU. Bank at Orlando to Anal Mat Shaw I of properties of railroad hi .the I''I II I Davis stated that the plan now I: Heartache

: IHS "r.zieg. ""'a.. i sm ins P name to Nat NoveDo et u wd : adjoining .States of Georgia and I' prescribed by the Commission i ttt4: Piccolo Pete

..:'- I H yow Mvig.'fe oJcoMic bo.***- $10.Aunts :Alabama namely the. former Atlanta -j means overall price [aggregate of ta
i Seltr to clarence I ROM wd $10. Coast Line securities and Coast Ted Weems Orchestra
.. ego*. .voa) to Boritotf wxfont,yow 1 Edith X Oliver tt vir to John L Stein Birmingham & Coast Railroad Line >
will be le'ssIsd lit S Iaflgpeaportd wd 11.lolaa. Company: Jan. 1. 1946. I L cash of 440 i minion which w. S
Louis SkiD tt u to W Edith SOliver t J compares with Coast Line's offer I
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foTdtr that
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: wKptautt Davis stated that agreements
END-OF-THE-SEASON mtc $6500. FOR LUXURIOUS
okohoWwa to ... of Coast Line securities and CoastLine GIFTS. ..
Us ShasaleO Co to- 'John. W Davis ot mz satisfactory to those concernedhad
S (too.**. eel wd (320.Alfred subsequently been worked I I cash aggregating $38 4 mil. -iiai Radios,Record Players
0 Helm to Henry W Land assign lion. The
plan now approved by
Tbs tftforarofivo IrocKs* St Ml o* sstc (500 out wIt both the employee ot and CombinationsSOUTHEn
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; CLOSE-OUT-SALE oVwtittawrt for rirogs oe artcwlIrtotaoat LTHunt.tutoJoaWtley.tnuid former Atalnta, BirminghamCoast 1 Increases by $2%
$10. : million the amount of new Atlantic -
wf luitf bet fcoak '
any Lena O Carmichael. to William J Lutes Sid employes of CoastLine 1''
p y. 94 soortJiiaf oofyt Of wadoty and that there new remains I j' Coast Line Divisional First
j- 4iacnsed svbjed.for.uftcoiaeIodsr.. / sm.Albert C Braunna tt mx to Daniel FrsnkBa Mortgage fixed interest 34 percent
: : tt u '4 (10. 1 to unsolved employs 'I 25-year bonds, reduces by

Get Several problem arising from merger ''I I It'$1425,000 the amount of new Atlantic I
Monday .w ," pIcM ". "HIt.. .... of the Atlanta.. Birmingham-* Coast Line Divisional Income ) .

low sums oad id..ie ... Ie"' d
Coast properties into Coast Line.Davis Mortgage 4V. cent 'la1
ATHUTTSFOOTKINCWOKU trained that he has previ- 1 per i 232 NORTH PRANCE AVE. ;
"THE McCOY"P. MJ OTHER SKINIMITATIONS lusTy, and on more than one occasion -I Coast Line's cash contribution by

W. T. CHANT CO. 33 s. Orange Ave.S. 0. BOX 1444 aflirmed that,,, after consummation -I $1.125,000., or from $3 million to 1 "Everything Fine In The

JACKSONVILLE'.FLORIDA ,. aah&s.-5Qc.$1 ,._. :::: of a merger. CoastLine $4425.000. I Music Line" j
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Interest.Gaining _.. .,, .. ... ,, ---SWn ,,. Report Given
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Harvest .
By AL CODY Celery
[Our 0n Staff Correspondent]
On Fruit.CropiSpe
interest Brahman cattle
SARASOTA in among I

4-H and FFA youngsters in South Florida is rapidly increasing Shows DecreaseFlorida's ALWAYS .
as result of encouragement from breeders of the : c1:' to The Sunday Sentinel-Star!

humped animals, according to :Milton H. Thomas, owner of imately LAKELAND-There four and one-half are approx-million I PLENTY OF
ranch here. 1946-47 celery crop is of the'
the BR remaining
boxes of oranges
exPected to close out the season I} reportsof PARKINGSPACE k
disposition
Dors la Manatee and Polk Counties as well as in Sarasota within the next several weeks with 1946-47 crop, Administrative
Growers
County have recently procured purebred calves, both bulls and, total shipments at approximately I' Committee the indicated. ,
betters which they will grow out for eventual sale as a project In 10 per cent of last year reports of I this
News Utilization of oranges
<4-11< work." Thomas reports. the Federal-State Marketing
their FFA or
Is approximately
h., I Service indicated yesterday. Y 1 y year already I
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An opportunity for other juniors to get Brahman steers to fatten p .Y. M1.Y .tf two million boxes more than
Total movement is estimated
Roof
"Bird"
tot showing at fat stock shows next Winter will be extended at the and shippers at less that of 1945-46. Asbestos
by
growers based on
Brahman Show and Sale which is to be held in Arcadia The GAC figures are
South Florida than 9,000 carloads compared the USDA May estimate of 53 Vi Board Coating
on AUK. 15. Thomas is secretary for this event-first sale of its kind with the 194546 movement of million boxes of oranges this sea- Wear forever Wby olive
t t ever held in the State. 1Z.489 can. I son as compared with 49,800,000 $4.48 ae
The Sarasota Future Farmer Chapter possibly the only youth With scattered cars moving last year. Piece UJ 53c Gal.
croup in Florida to own its own purebred herd now has a group of from Seminole and Orange Counties I There are approximately four
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six animals all registered Brahmans-which are being cared for by and the late Island Grove million boxes of grapefruit remaining -
the chapter although some of the animals are owned by individual plantings, movement to date is ap- I 1 with utilization four million I 4-POINT BARBED WIRE
members. proximately 8,500 cars as comparedwith below last season. II I $8.15 ROLL
The herd has been in existence since the Spring of 1946. and 11.900 last Spring. | I
}- Only about five per cent of the I A diamond will glow in the
several of the Brahmans were shown last Whiter at the Southeastern i
be shipped with of luminous paint after ,
to manner
remains AradSaws
crop S Point
Brahman ahoW'1n Ocala and at the Florida State Fair Brahman in the Medicine
Sarasota and Everglades acreage exposure to sunlight or

chow In Tampa. \ having completed movement. !I.y: J"'I'' ...--- -, __ :W,___"'__" '''' "'_A'__'__ !(Presence of radium. CabinetsNice $4.35
The chapter received the top price of 50 cents per pound for Only Zellwood and Island I HARVESTING OF SWEET CORN by machine of Seminole County-with a movement from Assortment Si Point Rip .
the steer which they entered in the Brahman. Steer show in Ocala Grove shipments show an increase I 30 Saws $4.75
to $26
u e&flrln May.Bought over last season with I I is demonstrated above on the Brumley Farms d6.f fA stalk to pre-cooler in JU minutes. t Deafened Now Hear $5.50

by the Southeastern Brahman Assn, the steer was returned movement currently at 820 cars With Tiny! Single Unit
to the chapter and will provide the main course at a barbecue as against total 1945-46 ship- I PAINT BRUSHES
ments of 792 cars. Stahl! Leaves Machine Harvests Science has now made it possiblefor
which the chapter will soon hold.
this totaled the deafened to hear faint lOc to $30.00
Sarasota shipments year -
11 Ten miles north in Manatee County. Tommy Chalres, a 4-H boy ,sounds. It is a hearingdevice so 'I
1.624 as against 1,896 all brushes
whose father T. P.Chaires Jr.. owns a purebred herd is beginning his last The cars Everglades move- !small that it fits in the hand and 20 5S reduction
second season as a owner of purebred Brahmans. He showed his first year. 2,655 cars i enables thousands to enjoy ser-
ment this Spring was I Corn in Seminole
Slate Research
Brahman at the Southeastern last Winter. as compared with 3,957 in 194546.I mons music and friendly com-
Tommy's present calf is a heifer named "Empress of It tl atee" panionship.Accepted by the Coun-
j which! he bought from Henry O. Partin & Sons of Kisslmmee. MAYME HODGKIN I cil on Physical Medicine of the
Annual [Special to The Sunday SentinelSrrJGAINFSVILLEDr. ] I BT American Medical Association.This .
Other Manatee County youngsters interested these cattle
are n
A. L. Stahl. [fXr( Own Staff Correspondent device does not require separate -
and consequently a $1500 revolving loan fund has been set up by the who developed a successful process .SANFORD new machine for the harvesting of sweet battery pack battery wire,
Bradenton KIwanis Club to help in financing the purchases. Courses for concentrating'citrus juice by farms I
Short corn appeared on the Brumley in Seminole County case or garment to bulge or weigh
t The other boys Joe and Roger Benefiel the former an FFA cold instead of heat has resigned you down. The tone is clear and
which handles corn 16 rows at a time and has it completely
member also own purebreds-animals which they acquired from from the University of Florida !,powerful. So made that you can $315
Thomas. On their farm at Tallavast the boys are caring for an eight- Slated SoonSpecial Agricultural Experiment Station packed for the precooler in 30 minutes from the time it |adjust H yourself to suit your F100R
month-old bull-Dicky Bird-and a seven and one-half month old and will enter other research work leaves the stalk. .a ;hearing as your hearing wax
heifer named "Raider's Ellen." [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star June 1, Harold Mowry Station di-I The Brumley brothers John have visited the corn fields to 'The makers of Beltone, changcs.1
GAINESVILLE Annual short rector said yesterday. the past months {1450 W. 19th St.. ., GALLON
More purebred calves are in the hands of 4-H and FFA boys and Bill through watch the operation of the Brum
la Polk County than In any other thanks to the co-operation of five courses for Florida 4-H Club girls I His method of concentrating have worked on this machine and ley machine and are interested I I are so proud of their achievement : p.
and boys are slated for the week citrus juice by freezing and tentrifuging report its operation most satisfac- l in its simplicity and operation. that they will gladly send free de- I
purebred breeders with Assistant County Agent Wilson II. Kendrick of June 9-14, A. P. Spencer director I I developed at the Sta- !'
tory. i It is made of steel and was designed -scriptive booklet and explain how I II
i and Bartow vocational agriculture instructor Grover G. Ilowell. of the State Agricultural I tion in collaboration with the Though it does not save labor and welded by the Brum- I!I you may get a full demonstration ;
Twenty animals-all of them breeding stock six to eight weeks Extension Service said yesterday. Florida Citrus Commission has taking eight pullers and I ley brothers in their own workshop !1 of this remarkable hearing device !
t old-were distributed a month or more ago with Breeders W. H. and Four hundred from 40 counties been the basis of a potentially three packers, it does a quickerjob on the farm. ;,in your own home without riskinga i
J. K. Stuart. O. W. "Buck" Mann and L. S. Harris of Bartow and are expected to gather at Florida I Important commercial industry. and saves many handlings I Nh B now the penny. Write Beltone today. PADLOCKS
Folk' Brahman Farms of Winter Haven co-operating. State University In Talla- Dr. Stahl also made important of the corn and much time in -- -
hassee June 10. contributions to Florida's vege- getting it to the pre-cooler. thus lOc and up
Their training. in various homemaking -
table and fruit industries with greatly preserving its sweetnessand LARGE STOCK
leadership and
subjects studies on pliofilm wrappers for flavor, according to John
recreation win be directed by Miss fruits and vegetables cold stor-
BrumleyThe
i Mary E.'Keown, Miss Ruby Mc- age of citrus and other fruits machine is built on a flat Floor Runner 'Chromtrim'MeUl

C David.Edith Y.Miss Barrus Ethyl, Miss Holloway Anna Mrs.Mae I quick-freezing He has been and a member dehydration.of the bed trailer which straddles two :7a& I tan KabbtrSOcsq.yard Monldinjs
rows of corn and is pulled by a 4' .. 13c
Sikes. Miss Isabelle S. Thursbyand
Experiment Station staff for the tractor. On the trailer is built a
Miss Joyce Bevis of the State a,. ft.
home demonstration staff. i past 19 years.Ramie bin in the center large enoughto *p

T Enrollment at the course for i accommodate three packers
side. On either _*5e Ka ft
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June 9 at the .
boys, which begins FiberMovement i steel extend- LADDERS5tulrkC l 1M "a ft
side are long arms
in Gainesville
University of Florida 1JS fia ft
ing out in the manner of airplane 1
is being held to 250 boys
wings over seven or eight rows.
from 45 counties. Set
-CS' I The motor used on plant setting OVERHEAD
of'k The members will have a weekof Mail Boxes
I machine is set on the trailer Doors
intensive instruction in poultry Garage
dairying. livestock raising farm For June 5 bed and it operates endless Metal
I Wood Md 50c and
crops leadership. recreation and I belts which form the floor of the Sec n r Display op
other subjects. Their course will Initial commercial shipments of two extended arms. I
be supervised by R. W. Blacklock.boys' The four pullers follow along NOW
ramie fiber from Zellwood plantings -
under each pull the corn and .. GARDEN TOOLS
club agent. W. W. Brown. I' has been postponed until arm
assistant and others on the staff June 5, Clark Maxwell of Winter. throw it up on the overhead arm. 'I Full and Complete Line .
of the Agricultural Extension The belt conveys It back into the
I Park reported yesterday. bin where the packers examine it
Service Each and member Experiment attending Station.win Maxwell reported that decorticating I I sort it and place it in bags which Is The Time
machines developed
by JUST RECEIVED!
have been chosen by his countyor when filled are stacked behind q
CharlesR., Short of Clermont were
the packers.A .
\ home demonstration agent because -
"working fine" in operation at truck meets the machine
of
outstanding accomplish- A CARLOAD OF
ments in one or more phases of Zellwood. as it reaches either side of the To PaintUse
"We have aboue five tons of
field and some 50 sacks of corn
4-H club work during the past
"LMKIMB FOR PLASTER LIME CEMENT year. dried fiber ready for shipment. are whisked off to the precool- 1 ROLL ROOFING
and the two machines In op- er. Another truck is awaiting a 1r
eration are producing 1,000 load by the time the arms of a
Belle Glade Plant: pounds of dried fiber daily" the machine are hoisted by a DeVoe Paints From I
You'll find them at,Pittman's Builders Supply. Maxwell added. crank and it is turned and returns I

Company all you want. We are com- To Produce Feed Maxwell The Zellwood will be blended ramie grown roth other by-: field. to the other side C of the ..

pletely) stocked with mason supplies and can From Ramie Fiber fabrics in the manufacture of ': The former method of harvesting LUMBER COMPANYW.
automobile upholstery. the corn was by pullers throw- THOMAS
fill your orders immediately. Call 2-3108 or Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star) ing it into a cart which was Gore at R.R. Ph. 4107 N Orange at Railroad
BELLE GLADE Commercial dumped when filled and in most
i; stop in and discuss your building needs withus. production of ramie fiber and cat- Peak in Farm Land cases shoveled up on a table for Phone U3t
tle and poultry feed byproductsis Prices Thought Reached I sorting and packing then loaded 1 We will help you finance either repairs or' new constmctio
underway here at the plant of I again for the precooler. This I
the Florida Ramie Products Inc. i [Special to The Sunday n'lnet.5torJ? I necessitated building a packing
The company uses ramie froma I TAVARES-The peak in farmland station in every corn field bar-
third of the 3,000 acres now prices throughout the country vested.
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I r Orlando, Florida, June I'I 1 frrnttnrt-star Poge 29r }
(Special to The Sunday: Serer;neL5! :r1 \! CITRUS NOTESIndustry = = -r
KISSIMMEE Sprawling cattle ranches down the |
fertile Kissimmee Valley bring Osceola County tolthe lead Consu''tti; 111

in stock the and State agricultural in the percentage production.Of of land. area devoted.live! Prepares Citrus on RiseConsumption


its 848,000 acres, almost 96 per cent are occupied by -
ranches and farms. And with f I of citrus fruits previous year, although the is expected to be nearly as large last 1 year but several pouodI ..,
commercial crops last year grown ToProtectFunds i this year is expected to be approximately pack of citrus segments is much as last season's production if. than for 1935-39. ConsunptiMI W
on only 50 acres-all cabbagethe by the operator approximately I 63 pounds per person an greater than in prewarcars- growing conditions continue far- ;:other fruits is expected' 15 h!
importance of livestock: In this 626,000 out of the 813,000 acres 'Increase of eight per cent over and 191546. orable. ; atlsi'
Central Florida county's agricultural in use. By JACK GURNFTT ;last year the U. S. Bureau of Ag- "Canned Juices win continue I The season is about two weeks I about the same as last year ,,'
And of Osceola County land, ,
and of canned earlier than usual m the Western pre-war.
supplies
economy becomes over- Cur Own Staff Correspondent I ricultural Economics reported yesterday. plentiful I
almost all is in total. :
pastures
whelming. orange and grapefruit segments States but about two weeks later ;
;
Valueof livestock on Osceola in? 805.500 acres of which 622,- I WINTER HAVEN-Citrus men who make a habit of{ However, the 1947 consumption will be substantially greater" the :in Midwestern and Eastern areas. r i

'County pastures totals more 000 The is growth classified of land as woodland.development I _away from Tallahassee are all ready to trek to still will be below the 1944 and food situation report added. i "This means early raarfcttIn i I liiil IEttl ftl
than 2 t.( million. to make the the State Capital if it begins to appear that Rep. Jerry Col-; 1945 figures. although 29 per cent The economists noted that "Al of Western sweet efcenfes DIN/N6 LOOM
county rank fourth in Florida on decade j lins idea of taking surplus citrus funds for general revenue above that of the 1935-39 average. though retail prices for canned : apricots and plums and s eae- PSIVATE $ICN
that More. Per capita consumption for citrus Juices were reduced substantially CDC1ITAL LOYNOEa
'centage: of 57 1-2 in ranches and what delayed marketing of Mich
These ranches down here takeUP 'I'I farms. Then the average_: holding_ I purposes has even a faint chance of getting on the floor or the past five year period was early in 1947. reductions -i I fruits as peaches in the Eastern
wide expanses of land-aVer- I was only 1,100 acres. \ even into committee. Collins base d...LF 59.6 pounds for 1913. 67.8 in for canned deciduous fruits and Southern States," the BAE S
aging approximately] 2.30Q, acres Livestock valuations have risen played along with citrus to a certain I 1944 65.4 in 1945. 58.6 in 1946. have been small* I reported.
on 350 tracts. also. Gains during represent a 150 extent-but he's up against f( and an estimated 63 in 1947. With particular Increases in
The bulk of the land is owned .I per cent increase over the 1940 !, a peck of trouble and some real I, The report noted that California canned peaches, apricots and I i.: The peach crop in the 10 early
I I.valuation of $862,500. I scrapping if he tries to touch a ,, Valencia oranges win be more apple products the BAE said ,States appears to be about three EnJoy a "GOI cumtor.alle aratio. .
penny of Vie citrus money. It is plentiful during the Summer than generally stocks of canned: fruits to four weeks later than last year II at sperut s.mrat -
SKILL + EXPERIENCE Hardee Plant PlansCreosoting I argued that this money is a last year with the crop estimatedto were nearly double those of last i i but prospects are for another s.
sacred trust-paid to the State 's. be 7,7 million boxes or 29 per year. large crop. ,
)lakes aU the difference ta: the world Fence PostsSpecial for a certain: specified purpose- cent more than 1945. However total canned fruit Consumption of apples in 1947is $3.55. Smele $154 D..bletohnsN :
m oastructwa"Morris I and should not be touched. One "Prices are expected to continue i stocks are not large compared not expected to differ from the i v ;. ... -
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[ to TSjufav Set ne'-S'or' citrus man said that it would be lower than a year earlier." theGovernment. i I with pre-war stocks," the report 26 pounds consumed per person i. ..
Builders Has Both"One ONA-Hardee County's newest no trouble at all to get 200 to 300 economist said. ', said. -
contract industry producing creosoted I I citrus men personally to visit I : Supplies of processed fruits and "Stocks of frozen fruits berries
means OM ttsixmii- fence posts and timbers-=-soon
bitty and Cannes to you. .Tallahassee In the event the Col /r- fruit juices continue plentiful and fruit Juices on April 1 were
will be in commercial operation : i
lins' idea gets to spreading. ,,.. with packer and distributor stocks about one-eighth larger than a
its plant here.
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Consult Your Local Architect Capacity of the Florida Fence : too. lawyers have been And'i e "much larger than a year earlier." year earlier and much above pre- anvilleI\
w. YiCl appreciate an opportun.i1J; Post Co. plant in full operationwill J with an idea to court However, the current pack of j;war."
to bic1 011 your project be 2,000 posts per day for a'' probably would cost the citrus juices is smaller than the The 1947 deciduous fruit crop +
and the citrus industry more
single shift. First order acceptedby i .

*23 Edftwater MORRIS BUILDERS Drive INC Ph. 4331 posts the from company the Range was Cattle for 1,000 Sta- i' the money proposed than would transfer be involved to try and in : Lee Farmers Increase I II S1TLptP

tion.CLEANUP. i iI I 1 get a dime of*this+money.* '."

A LOT of testing and I

AFTER machine developed a new by bag the loading Fulton Sweet Potato Acreages : !

! Bag and Cotton Mills Is being ,
SALE
given a test run in Winter I
Haven. Jack Carter. Fulton SEN. HARRY KING I rScec'c; to The Sunday Sen i ine-Sfarl! -,

; walking delegate, will have political bug bites FORT MYERS-Expanded acreage is being devoted !I II
more to say about the machinesoon II by Lee County farmers to the growing of early sweet' M-_ I

I : potatoes, County Agent Carl P. Heuck reported. i _

CITRUS PERSONALITIES 7.0 4-H Club This year's crop of 400 acres represents a 400 per cent

j{ SURPLUS EQUIPMENT along the ridge sorry" increase over 1946 plantings, he said. .
to hear that Dan McCarty is hospitalized I I Lee County growers obtained<
minus appendix-hoping Boys Chosen seed stocks from Louisiana growers I
he gets back on his feet soon. which has produced bumper 1 .1 .
I. Some talk that Sen. Harry E.I I For Coarse yields, the agent added. Grapes To Move N--- Nary L- I : ,
King of Winter Haven chairman: : The practice of growers in
DR. P. PHILLIPS COMPANY of the citrus committee: of the I Ten Orange County 4-H Club this section is to obtain and w
I Senate, may have a political bug !leaders will i herd seed potatoes in early
accompany County i
i in his ear The Florida Citrus ,Agent Fred Baetzman to Gainesville FalL As soon as they are large First! of July
i Commission took from and
a panning June 9.14 to attend the an- enough draws are pulled
AT FAIRVILLE GARAGE papers all over the State on the nual short course at the University set to fields from which vines
\ sad attempt to keep the Neilsen of Florida. { later are cut for setting the (<::;:Ie'e' : Suvfc.Senfne: '!-c.1: ; x
report out of circulation: -the idea main crop.Ordinarily. LADY LAKELake County's
f forthe first '
Going time
are
of pulling the curtain boomeranged frost does not dam- 1947 grape crop will be ready for
NORTH ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL six: Vernon Thomas. Donald
because the report, showing and of Lock. age the plants seriously, and the I the market about the first week 1
Sharpe Ralph Hay
, the comparative position of canned crop is ready to harvest during ; in July, growers said yesterday.
hart. Junior Hancock ofChrist.- 5
r ; citrus: was actually bullish : May and early June before new I; Recent rains have helped the
, and made a good story .There's : mac Eugene Lennon of Union i j crop: sweet potatoes are ready in | crop greatly. A good crop has S
1 USalle Auto Engine-Base Mounted $ 50.00 talk about impending: changes in I Park lando. and John Beeler of Or- ,j important competing sections of set and this season's grapes are

t i 1 16-Ton Heavy Duty Trailer Dolly Air Brakes _300.00 the citrus: commission setup when I Four youths who have attended'I other States. i,;! expected to be of good quality.
it reorganizes June 4 but the Total yields averaged approximately -
t The acreage in grapes is considerably : -
7 Blowers, Sirocco, American Blower Co. _..._.ea. 50.00 best guess is that Rollie Tillmanof I short Metz: and courses Phfllip previously Burrill are of Lock.Dale i 275 bushels per acre last I less this year because a
Lake Wales will stay as chairman I year and Hauck expects them to ;f number of vineyards have been !
4 Heater-Wood-Burning Stoves ea. 10.00 Bill Story will voluntarily hart Robert Waring of Union. be increased this season. abandoned.
.Park and C. A. Tucker of Christ
Temperatures througout the
down chairman of
step as : the ad
1 Gas Hot Water Heater: _! 25.00 committee-and a few other such mas.There Fall and most of the Winter' were Lake Vegetable Still
are 184 4-H Club members -
favorable for the growth and development
35.00 changes No immediate changein -
1 Electric Hot Water Heater in Orange County in nine ;::
of the he said.
top hired hands is probable crop i Bringing Good Prices'Srpcc I I
I clubs. These are located in ; .. ;
It -
3 15 KVA Trartsformers-440 v. Prim., 100-220 sec. Tom Swann. citrus grower, chairman I Christmas. Union Part Tilden- ; '3 r-.o SuHoy: Senfms.SrsrlGROVELAND I II t _- ,4 r ": >: -;-.".JrtroROf' :-_;;:'sntSlr.liijte.liltt ;;:,:\;\?!: .. ;{
I of the Governor's citrus advisory : vffle Orlo Vista Taft, Lockhart, Poultry Talks Slated I -Tomatoes, cucumbers s
i
; ea. 100.00 committee and member of Pine Castle and two in Orto Vista. i! The annual poultry institute I and bell peppers from cl t .f S ? vc J '
the State
Racing is I
I Commission Baetzman said the 19 attendIng j will be held at Camp McQuar- :Lake County are continuing to be I I l .
4 5 KVA Transformers-440v. Prim., 110-220( sec in Tennessee for a. short time I ,, .- -
the short course were chosen rle Sept. 1-6, Prof. N. R. Men- shipped at good prices. M -- st !
( Lots of inquiries on the new refrigerator 'I for their outstanding accomplishments roff of the University of Florida All commercial vegetable plantings j t
40.00 !ri ft'i.: : i Te''
) ea. car pre-cooling unit originated I : Q-VI._ !oi1 l._ t Kj
j \ by Frank ReiUy of Win- I in one or more reported yesterday. I were benefited by the rains 1 __ __ _
1 3 KYA Tronsfonner-440 Y. Prim., 110-220 sec. 25.00 ter Garden and perfected by WestInghouse 1\ phases of 4-II Club work. of the past week. jI jI j-
I
club members The number
''!o: Approximately. 50 of U. S. farms .
J \ -should have a salutory expected to attend Summer shrank from 6.4 million in 1920
are to
3 l'/2 KVA Transformers-440 v. Prim., 110-220 sec. effect in down I
costs
: cutting icing
f 'I camp later, the agent said. 5.8 million in 1945. I ,
ea. 20.00 \ .. Lou Kramer Lake Wales -I
.} grower leader, preparing for a d q
Switches 10.00 swing up country including some :
2 10 H. P. Starting ea. "plain and fancy politicking": in Coming EventsJune

3 7500 Volt,'200 Amp., 3,.Pole Oil Switches .___ea. 10.00 Washington. I .
10-Annual Meeting, Growers & Shippers League Orlando. \
1 Vault Door-13*" Th k,,46" Wide, 90" High _.250.00 4 June 16-18-Annual Convention. Florida Vegetable Committee. l :. 1 11/ i
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1 Shaft end Pulleys 25.00 State Ships Orlando. < ',
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1 Baker's Oven ,. Best Offer 600 CarsMelons June ioVFlorida Watermelon Festival Leesburg. 'd
June 19-Chicken of Tomorrow Contest Jacksonville. ; t t I
w Bins Wheels Best Offer : '
2 Storage on July 9-11-Florida Dairy industry Assn, Convention, Miami Beach.

1 Ice Box (Open on Top) _Best Offer Of July 19-Brahman Cattle Sale,Arcadia. 1<

1 Gas Engine, 1 Cylinder : _Best Offer [Speciol' to The Surxfcy, Sent;l'leI-Storl! Aug. 25-29-Citrus Growers Institute Camp McQuarrie. ,
'- r-: Best Offer LEESBURO Florida has Sept. 1-6-Annual Poultry Institute. Camp McQuarrie. 111111 ii i -
1 Neon "fat" Sign shipped approximately 600 cars of Sept. 18-20-Sumter County Breeders Show and Rodeo Webster.Oct. ..
4 Coffee Urns > Best Offer watermelons to date growers es- :; 19-Second Florida Aberdeen-Angus Show and Sale. Ocala. .....s- : --
timate. Most of the melons came Oct. 28-30-Annual Meeting. Flcrida State Horticultural Society.St. m il Ii it
'. 1 Electric Sign Best Offer from the Lake County section. |I Petersburg.
f JJJ'-I.' Prices are holding up yell ;>; :"' ._ ii
Offer
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for food quality melons in the t ii.
larger sizes.Northern t BUILDING' tUn FERJIAXAXCE ECONOMY \1 i
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k NORTH ORANGE AVENUE to $3.MILK COWS TESTEDS 11 FinflVodk Industries* Inc.:: 'S". **." \ 'LT I

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cows were 1 !
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| *j+ r Poe. 30 u.ftr: 'ttnbxu rnilnrt-,.-to Orlando, Florida, June 1 1,1947 I Sanlando Picnic 11 II

EBSEN SCHOOL OF DANCING

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1 1I ?: : :! Listed Friday ANNOUNCES

4 ,; a i For Patrol A six weeks summer course in tap, ballet and acrobatics
Boys
w starting; JUNE 9th at 9 aja. for beginners and advanced
: I Approximately 100 members of students.

,., <. ;; Orlando's Schoolboy Patrol will be
} } .< \ /\i:'.: guests at the .annual picnic Fri- I 9 SOUTH HYER ST. PHONE 9528
; t day at Sanlando Springs co-spon-j j
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; i with members of the two civic THE HI-HAT CLUBUNDER
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yo 'ft : organizations will be Lt. Vernon
Rogers of the Police Department
originator of the patroL NEW MANAGEMENT

; Ar$ .fWJ.. .. The group will leave from the
1 ]f > Police station at 9 ajn., return-
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rffir' 14.
ing at 5 pm. Transportation will
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'1 ".'... be furnished by the Orlando Tran-.
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AzT Recreation for the picnic will I
v- : .l... be under the supervision of C. } k
? / ,. L. Varner city recreation di- i
:. rector.
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( ,'. Jimmie Harrell and R. N. Heint- 1 ;
1r ,Sr'-- '. zelman of the JayCees.RAPETTl. 1

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All-American 1: ELECTRONIC NORMALIZE -
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Will Be Hard Put \\ I JACKSONVILLE.... 5-071 FLOKIDAPh

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4"t Men chosen for I I NAME ......................
have generally had large
Choirs Tirr&vrUt StiR Ort .r
I .,b -. Orlando's 1947 selection, who ; j S' For Responsible DotribHton 0
3t Ake + '. Day, June 15, will not have i! 1 1 -51 (

care as Richard L. Bradford, i i -,
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County Parental Home. < TONIGHT n.er Ope
S "' : Bradford and his wife serve as I AT: NOW SHOWING J "
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.+." ,...... parents for 27 children' rangingin I: PARK S _____
asytase
age from nine months to 17
to 12 P.M.
: 1i years, and at times in the six
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years they have been at the home en Old Dixie Highway
< they hare had twice that numberin
charge.
"We try to give the children the
training necessary for good, clean LOUNGE PACKAGE GOODS i
f: 1 M living and better citizenship,"
r Bradford a kindly-faced man with i
I two grown sons of his own, said I Picnics
yesterdaY They receive the same
affection and interest here they I er the stars" I! \i
would get In any normal home."
Testifying to the high regardin : OPEN DAILY 11 A. M. I
which he is held by his "chil !I
dren" Bradford has been nomi- Its sinister sccrtt inn fcer I* info
nated by them for consideration! ; ; ; ; People Go.'i. she dared -
keel
pan
eq
s w r ab, when the All-American Father
I selection committee meets Thurs- c el."I_,
day at 12:15 p.m. at the Orange { LARAINE DAY
Court Hotel to determine the LB) BRIAN AHERNE _
:
winner of the coveted award."I ; _
LOUNGE. ROBERT MITCHU 4de sh'
don't believe there is any- A
one who could take his place" > ,-ji4 AltaIMftte-TeI. W. P. u71.R V1 GENE RAYMOND4 yd ii' ,
f Carl Jordan, 16. who has been I I C
'FATHER OF 27 "", mil'"'' ". Carl Jordan tienj and narry at the home since his father j RICARDO CORTEZ afar Cuo :7tYFAY

',Grimes fright], two of the 27 boys and girls at the Orange died four years ago, said. "lie ;I
''County Parental Home, are shown filling out blanks in The treats us just as he would his !
Sunday Sentinel-Star in order to nominate their superintendent, own children."
Richard L. Bradford, consideration as Greater Orlando's "He is very good about helpingus ,: with our troubl ." said Harry >i
1947 A1t-America'1.fat\:1er.. \: Grimes 15, another boy at the i
'
:t. __ *_ _. home whose parents are dead. "He "
a." " " " " '
takes time to talk to us and showsus Ii

I ;If;1 Clip & Mail To Rut/and'/ Orlando' ,' ... :' Father's how to do Day things.means" a lot to | JOHN WORLD WAYNE NEWS" r i:4s

d l children: who have no parents, and I' COMPLETE SHOW FROM JI:3t Now p
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-':1. Nominal : Home would like to see their( i On Theaa ,1k '
j jI jr ::I superintendent win the award put 'I : ; S
: up each year since 1943.by Joseph Club 44
:: Address .-.,?, P. Rutland sponsor df the selection -I I'r
I' but they realize that his name HIGHWAY
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I :. "ALL-AMERICAN FATHER" AWARD : hundreds nominated.Any FOOD FOR 20 YEARS ';: L07
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EVERY NITE k.tuirvo goo
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Retail' Merchants To Hear U.S. .3I I 1 I I :

I J.ROWEL i IKI ""* S. Orange
Agriculturist at June 20 Meet K IN Blossom' Trail ..t-

i 'I' foods from noon tin < that ,
J- Charles ,F. Brannon assistant secretary of the United I ; the evening. 0k,.,, Jt4S

States Department of Agriculture, is scheduled to be the SHRIMP $1.25 'iff. tY f
'principal l speaker at the Orlando Retail Merchant annual I I s cw I N 6 j

dinner meeting here on June 20, it was announced [( Room Only :

yesterday! by Claude E. Wolfe, program chairman, and JP 1
'James B. Keith, immediate past v aOBFPT d

president of the IlssociaUon.3rannon Agriculture In 1911, Wolfe said. I
} .who has served for the \ 4.ncar, R .
will bon
Tickets for the dinner
!vast. year as liason officer between sale tomorrow, according to' jLfMIRAClflp.FENGINEEilNG Sand
rile; thnn1itSawEftnomlc Council Wolfe. There will be approxi- ;
,01, ** Conference mately 225 ticket available for I'
tiled: me Secretary ol Agriculture, the dinner which AS to be held at T Ot>T'R. wn
wm speak on Florida part in the the Chamber of Commerce Bids." )voul!agree when you see it H OUIY :
:>'Uon agricultural picture. he said. _for this new and completely aotomau'c 1er P1R3
f Wel1e we oil burner out-performs rxt -
t. We are fortunate in obtaining Prince Albert gave Victoria a : even its maker's expectations: for
:Mr. Brannon as a Speaker in Or- golden ring fashioned as a snake I economy tad dependability and
!ly do." Wolfe said "in view of the composed of 14 hinged joints, 12 I ofcoom.il' I :j
iatt he has been so Intimately of them set with diamonds. : Restaurant u
!c *cerned with the nations agriicttttural RAl I
set-up and has been close- COST LOWER "H..It.rln a,u.ht W. OIL 1I1J1NE1 Open
!'ir.identified with the activities of LOANS ..inancoIt. I 6 P.M. TillMidnight
ttee. United Nations Conference. .. I
Industrial Equipment Co. i, 1 i
1Tbe assistant secretary for- Restaurant
qterljr' was assistant adminlstra- Intalknent LeuD.pt.tA Oil Burner Division Falkner, Ine.i '
t.r Iw Farm Security Admin. : Fl. r ROAD 2 MILES FROM
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Sunday Sentinel-Star
Radio ProgramAnthony .. r Ii

Collins, British oser-conductor., WOIO OM) wior CUM woitz Y40.-) ments such as planning, engineer- methods are filed and held ready Gideon service at the Christian 1 I
makes a return engagement with the CBS Symii= Johnson ramp Eraniel Hour --- MethodUiTchurcli Commission Studies ing transportation and parking, for use when the needs of the and.Missionary Alliance Church* :
phony, conducting the Sibelius First 9:00 Ntwi __ Blble CUu-- __ Hew* _--- financial, police fire schools, growing city demand" Oscar ; I
Symphony in 9 It Listen to Llrbert .Bible Claw .- Muilc br SwecUn Sunday. June 8, at 7:30 pjn.
recreation health
I Minor and the Third Piano Concerto in C Major Christ for Volet of Prophrcy moniirci parks library, veteran Gideon
n Word Har W. Smith
from
: tor Voice ofProphecy The aviation and others.
of Prokofieff, at 2 pjn. over \VDBO E. Robert ._.______ :" for Ltitna Newell Speaks Before I brief ;
10:00 News Arthur ion Deslta i, 2-Each department or division Astatula. will bring the meg- _
Schmitz. pianist and interpreter of modern repertoire 10:IS ChUdcraft Pern ? PauUne Alpen to schedule its future needs under
; d'I I Year I Gideons TomorrowArthur sage. M
is soloist on the Prokofieff 10:35 Vote of Prophecy Reviewing 25 City Program g
work. 10:45: Voice. of Prophecy Reviewing SUnd Cornettei_ -- I : the following headings: Number
EcuaUty of educational opportunity will be the 11:.00 Salt Lake Choir Methodist Charm not Presbyn: Ch.I and name of project, preferreddate W. Newell, clerk of the A dragon fly has 30,000 eyes.,
topic for discussion on the 11 19 Salt Lk Choir : Methodist Church Pint PresbT Ch
"University of ChicagoRound 11 JO Mule for Saadiy Methodist Church First Presby Ch of execution probable approXimate Circuit Court win address the I
Table" broadcast at 12:30: pjn. over WORZ. 11::4$ Music_for Bonds Methodist! Charth Fin Presby'n Ch Br WILTON S. ALLEN cost, method of financing : Orlando Gideons at their break-
Speakers will be George D. Stoddard new president 12-00 Gospel Hoar _, Mutual Showcase America UnitedAmerica I [The Sunday Sentinel-Star Staff Writer] the pay-as-you-go, revenue* I PLAN YOUR VACATION
12 15 Gospel Hour ___ Mutual Showcase United :: fast meeting Monday at 7:30 a-m.
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of the University Illinois. and Louis Wirth. U. of 12:30: Gospel Hour-,._. Lift Tour Voices CnlT of Chlcsffl City planning on a big league scale to provide for certificates, bonds special assessment 111 I
C. sociology professor. .' .12:43_Gospel Boar ___ Lift_Tour..!otce.Prou. 17_We_ Hall essential improvements and priority of execution ,over legalized 1 reserves new, in the YMCA Pro. A. P. Swald- NORTH

"Theater Guild on the Air," at 10* p.m. over t:00 15 News News Review: l: :::: Married Married for for Life Life :. RCA RCA Victor Victor Show Bhow ': the next 25 years to cope with the needs of rapidly growing I, sources ers or increased of revenue license, parking taxes.mete I mark said yesterday. Newell is an CAROLINA I! I r rj '
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VflDP present.* Three Men on a Horse" with Sam 1-30 Hires to You Sammy Ktye New Orlando is studied the and t active member of Christian Business I 1.
being by
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1:43 acres to Ton _-_- S. t-F1c'D Proudly,:We Rail_ 3-General meetings to eliminate Men's Committee and sup- with the :
Letene. Shirley Booth and David Wayne. 900 CBS Symphony Open House Sunday":Matinee Zoning Commission. I conflicts and duplication porter of the Gideons.A. I j RUSSELL I:
Tne Lord Mayor of Southampton, England, Rex 2.IS CBS Symphony ._ Open House Sunday Matinee agreement as to assignment to
2 30 CBS Symphony Hour .: Sunday Matinee. I Now in the hands of each commission member is a I I B. Johnson chaplain, plans a SHAW :
Stranger in the United States to present a trust 2.4SCBSSymphony_ n i ilea Hour .. Sunday Matinee of the proposal of Herbert appropriate department. Department -
fund created by his citizens to the sixyear.oldf 00 CBS Symphony House oMrtten Sunday Matinee I copy out- I heads to form a clearing GUIDE I
city plannng expert
:IS CBs Symphony House of Mystery Sunday Matinee L. Flint 'portation, utilities, traffic, police committee.! I LATEST RECORDSml1.Il8 *
daughter of the
late '
Sgt. Paul Schrlmer of Cham3:30: Hour of Charm ., True Detective Author Meeta Crltberaburg lining a long-range program to i Os alt at new*
Pa, is star guest on "We The People" at _3:4S Hour, ct CharTr.ue_Detective- Aatfa'rmeets critic determine future city needs in advance ''I and fire health.protection, recreation and Submission to the City : st gts 1 tund stores .r Boot-V seat
D'.m.: over WDBO. Other guests include 4.00 Family Hour __- The Shadow --_- NBCTSymphony I of their actual necessity the public Council for comment revision t S. 0e (teotn Mfan's ,
4:IS Family Hour _._. The Shadow ..- NBC Symphony "By means of the suggested program Onid
Comedian Henry Morgan. 4:30 Hoed Carmichael Lee Saeetland NBC Symphony method of financing each project and establishment of overall 1 I
-EDery Queen presents the 4:45 Jot Hsrsch-News Lee SweeUand ::: NBC Symphony with each ready for execution 'I' long-range projects already I priority. 1 P. 0..80.296 I, V. Sffl. i
case of 'The5'000U1.kBarr r ThoSe--webs .Sacred Heart.,. under consideration, and many IN r
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Green Gorillas" at 5:30: p.m. over WORZ. Dorothy 5:15: Otxit tt Harriet Those Webster Dave Rose Orch when needed. others, can be co-ordinated, S-Full publication to the public COLLEGE PAW MiamI 37, Flo. 1 '
Gordrn. moderator of the New York Times Youth _5 5:30 4S Kite: Smith Smith =.Rick: : Carter:: ==: Advtrs Advtrs Ellery Ellery Quen Qutn Entitled a Definite Schedule City Looking Planning Toward 1 1.I studied, worked Out and given i for free discussion paving the i 22M EDGEWATEE DR. FH. MSK

Forum and author of "AU Children Listen" will 6':'00-Gene Autry-....='''Drew Pearson The-Jack-Pair-_ Execution Program, the plan calls l i l i their priority in the order of their I way for approval of financing. by
8:IS Gene Autry Gardiner The Jack and : informed citizenry. ,
be guest an
arm choir detective importance urgency.
______ got hiii for active co-operation of all city I
6:30 Blondle Story Told Annual Circus
I "City planning Most be done "In view of the fact that
"Exploring the Unknown." 8 pats over WLOF. _6,41I1_ !'teOrtatSt, I'1Tol_ Annual Circus. Pgm departments. civic clubs and the I contemplated -
discusses .. 7 00 Sara Spade=__.-Mediation : well in advance of the com I improvements and projects ORMOND A. McABEEJ
"Just How .Much Sleep Do You Need?." : : BoarS Stan of Tomer:ow general public. ,
Sam Mediation Board ow munity's needs and on a plane I are being discussed long in I .
the subject of much research by biochemists and Sao Crime Doctor Date With Melody Guest Star _____ I I "The time has come when embracing the complete future' advance of their actual need by
physiologists _J 4S CrtmeDoetor Silver Strings Here. to Veterans 'YOUR TRAVEL AGENT'Air e
in recent Orlando has the small-
outgrown .
:years .
: __ -- picture in a comprehensive the city. Flint said, "it will be
Two hundred New York children will be guests 8::00 IS Corliss Corlls A her iupi: ring union Musical Musical Showcase-Showcase I I town characteristics of its early' whole." I,. possible for officials and an Informed f I

at a special performance. of RingUng Brothers- 8.30:45 Tony Tony Martin Martin____,_. Double Double or or frothing Nothinc Musical Musical Showcase years and has" taken on big city I II The plan is divided into five public to agree on scope. Bus and Steamship Tickets, f I
Showcase Flint said.
Barnum and Bailey Circus In the New York NBC -p'.00 gate It-Leave" It" .. Gabriel(Heatter---.-oPlc concert proportions major divisions as follows: I methods and priority of execution Tours and Cruises all)( over the World th
Studio with Ehil Harris and Alice Faye Four $ IS Take It-Leave It_ Gabriel Heatter Pop Concert _I I "It is growing rapidly toward a Statement of needs of the' without undue haste. Whenever a
downs and the circus band under Merriti Evans' 9:30 We the People Counter Spy ::=: Pops Concert = community twice ,its present size city in further development as delineated project meets with the approvalof
> 45 We the People Counter Spy Pop Concert
30 E. PINE ST. 5301
direction will be featured. Over WOp.z at 6:30 p.m. 10:OflTsymphonette == Theater Guild News h ____u_I and already is showing the need after study and discUs-, all concerned, especially the PHONE ,
WD..o (Soo) WLOF (1230) won 17.0' 10:IS Symphonette : .- Theater Guild Cesar SearctilncerV ) I for radical improvements in trans- sion by each of the city depart- public the finished plans and I
.'V'J Meloein hh__ Sign On t Newt lOJO: Claude .Domnw .neater Guild HeDI'1 Russells lS
S .1 Melodies Obey Pl..ta Trio .10:4k': de ThorllhtU Theater! _Guild __ Henry Russells I
S;JO 1..1od1e1 _____ Kew -=_ \ 5- d i
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Chapel In the Sky 11:00: News Sports Parade NBC : i
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Melodies u Chapel in the Sty 11:1: Bali Scans Dance Orch. Rustic Cabin Ort_ .
lip 8aMJIt Rr ---e- Oran RenlDe __ News :-::= l1JO: Dance Orch Dance Orch.- Francis Crate Or. >.
tl: $ Baptist Hr .._ Oran RenUJ. Organ Recital __ 11:45:: Dance Orch Ne --===.Francis.Crela or, '
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n: iaio80D..Nw --- Organ RenlDe Church of Christ 12:00 News _____ Sign OU News & ISIsD Off- L: '
_A4:" Jones __ Oran Reveille Church .f Christ 12:15 Dance Orth l .
1 00 News Cburrb'AlrWorld Nna- 12:30 Dance OrchB _
IS Renfro rslk, -.r Church 0' Air = Lucerne O'p1 'Time lt:4i.;: Dance Oreb _:; -. td
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RECORDS Daley and Boon certified public H 'OS tA tit r N t V tO OgJM'NUS N lgj,1c t
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Kesson Bobbins 0a b1S ,, ba of tSon :: .
Leap Frog Blues Buster Bennett ", .63 sonville. ..t 1 pl ,.1.es t f 1: oftSop n.t.

Midnight Masquerade Frcnkie Carle 'x..63.? Daley is a graduate of Washington ,/ .. i -pS ts. ..-, "pot r Lt .. tb iS0:eft Stto+ t10
University St. Louis and has \'be "'- \ \1J : \ ,
Cecilia Dick Jurgens .63 lived in Orlando since 1944. '. __ oo o sdtloilft\O u.' tl0ro0S & H.

Get Up Those Stairs Mademoiselle Tony Pastor.63; Before coming here he was '_ tt 1 .U. .... ..'1'.." 1.G'" .

The Coffee Song Frank Sinatra I .63 vice-president and treasurer of A\foa \f o s4'r .
Columbia Bank' for Co-opera-
Same Old Blues Gene Krupa .. -. :.63 tives. ? .. --M-- I ffi

Managua Nicaragua Kay Kyser ,63 He has had 14 years experiencein I ..f \0 '- .. .;;..,. .to' _.11 7.A
agricultural credit and for two I .
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Moon Glow Artie Shaw .63 Ie
years was senior credit examinerof
What Am I Gonna .Do About You Harry James .63 the Farm Credit Administta- 1 t4t

If My Heart Had a Window :Kay Kyser .63 Uon. He first became a CPA in .
1 Arkansas in 1933 and has been H
Maybe You'll ThereTommy. Tucker .63 with CPA's in Florida for the past elf

Sweethearts -. Wayne King .63 three rears.Church .

Smoke Gets in. Your Eyes .'. Wayne King .63 Construction: .... :. f ?'"''\ .

Dardonella :Herbie Fields .63 .
> To. Start TomorrowS "- ;4, t
Jalousie Harry James .63 .r
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Stella By Starlight Frank Sinatra .63 Construction of .
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.... $25.000 Church of Christ buildingat ..
N. Blvd. and Stetson Ave. will : .

,: HILLBILLY begin tomorrow the Rev. John H. .. :- ;'' .. '
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New Ft.Worth Rag Billy BoydJohnson .63 day.The former '
present building a
{ Sunday Morning in Dixie Family .63 residence which has been used as :aI
the church will be moved back. I
Rainbow at Midnight Ernest Tubb .63
The plans for the building call for I ". and Gibbs & National Fruit Prod-
Old Indians Never Die Jimmie: and Leon Short .63 an auditorium which will seat 288 PacRite Machinery is in use in better canning Ouffy-Mott, Company,

Born to Be Blue Clif: Bruner '.63 people space in with the balcony.additional seating packing plants from California! to New York and from ucts, Musselman, Crosse and Blackwell, Stokely-Van t,

That's How Much I Love You Red Foley .63 Sunday School rooms a sound-

Love Ain't Worrying i Me Wiley and Gene .63 proof included nursery in the and blueprints.other rooms The are Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. A glance at the destinations Camp, AFG Blue Goose, Phillips and Sons, Heinz, Camp ;

My Adobe Hacienda : Louis Massey .63 overall size of the structure will bell Soup,.Calpak, G. L Webster Company, Welch Grape ; :
be 45 by 72 feet. of recent shipments will demonstrate. the nationwide l

Juice, to name only a few nationally known firms outside ;

E __RACE ; I status of the American Machinery Corporation.California rdb
Don't Miss of Florida, are users of Pac R.Ite Machinery. ,
Choo Choo Boogie Austin McCoy '.63 .
, II New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Michigan,
You Are My First Love Johnny Moore .79 1 ro
HENRY MORGANThe These shipments mean year round payrolls in Florida, !

i No Greater Love .Johnny Moore .79 : I, j the Carolinas, Virginia, Utah, Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee IoU ,

Lovesick Rcri'Thompson .79 and greater manufacturing efficiency that spells better

Your Feet's Too Big i Fats Waller I"t .63 Georgia, West Virginia, New Mexico, Texas and machinery: at I lower cost. The d 0 II'f f the Florida a Citrus ..

:The Honey Dripper Joe Uggins .79 Wisconsin the outside of Florida.. Then 'It
are among states ,
1'\\ Rubber Neck Blues : Charlie Monroe .79 H -. ./ I Industry buy more and cheaper. machinery because ...

I ; of course, there are the foreign shipments which included Northern Dollars, Western Dollars, and Eastern Dollars,

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NEW 4BUMSt Spain, Morocco,. Peru, Argentina, Palestine, Costa. Rica, as well as Pesetas, Pounds, Guilders, Pesos and Francs

l Famous Berber Shop" Ballads Mills Brothers : 3.94 I .

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Orlando June t 1947 1 -
: 32 U'lJt B1tt1han ett1ih1tfittt' -.. .
. :. Toga eat on the trip was a Red Cross' .. -'.'. t < t"11 ,", -,! ..' ",., ,, \. .

t t4 f The private branch telephone <- 'on the U.s.s. Delaware a battle- .package that was distributed to : "iIIra;, "
.etch"nge in the Pentagon Build-I : I ship, in the North Sea. each man just before we left." :t. ., .c."N9 : .
'j I In* Is the largest exchange of its It was later, while with the l. Along with a group of military 11 :
kind in the world and contain sy Navy's Yangstze River patrol them the former f.EU"BES"
men.among
'I approximately 63.600 miles of; Ik from 1922 to 1927 that he fell in I fiiN' ii f
i commander of Wake Island
I trunk, lines. love with China and 'resolved to i I Q"1" -'n"
make his home there. He was Anderson was held in a ramp j
put on inactive duty, with the eating near Fengtai until Aug. 19,1945, '
f Fishiflg E Ii"HI Engineman 1-e, in 1928. when they were taken to a Jap- =
+ hotel In Peiping and "for ,, w .STA-NDING DAY'FO''VAi s .
"I went back: to China in De anese : -" :
,: 1 Casting Rods : cember,1929, and in April 1930 the first. time given European ..,' ; AN U :. ;r... ;-i/-, 'if.
Lines I went to work for the Chin- food. They were turned over "
Asnaway Nylon ese Customs Service as a harbor to American troops three weeks
r Creek Chub Lures w vii patrolman helping search shipsto later. WHERE ELSE COULD YOU FIND SUCH A VALUE? I
Other Lures prevent .mu Unr." he said. Anderson returned to ShanghaiOct.
f' :S a Pi ft I He and his wife the adopted 11, 1945 and was reunited E
; I Camp Stoves :daughter of a Navy friend who I[with his wife who had remained 200 1ST QUALITY FULL SIZE Vt;
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I Settlement in Shanghai when the .Meigs a former troop transport .
I Gasoline Lanterns Japanese struck at Pearl Harbor I and arrived in San Francisco May Actual Stock)
; Hats II [Dec.-7, 1941.Anderson 2. They reached Orb pdo.May 11. CHENILLE I "
; fishing however was not Interned Anderson has three'brothers. B.
Frog Hunting Lights by the Japs until Nov. 5, G. Anderson. Eustisr Dr. Claude .
!1942. He was confined in a prison 'Anderson Fort Lauderdale form- I II
,4 camp in Shanghai where he remained -{ er Orlando city physician and Dr.
; H. H. PARRISHHARDWARE until July 8, 1945. !Frank M. Anderson, Federalsburg,
I ""Then packed like sardines, we .Md. and two sisters Mrs. EugeneC. SPREADS
'1 y. A were taken on a four-day train Pullen and Miss Pauline Anderson I
trip to Fengtai, about 12 miles I both of whom live with their
I 2Z9 8. Orange Are. __ S from Peiping in North China," he mother. Their father died in 1942. .

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WELLS MILLED S l DON'T BUCK YOU UPtry -OUTBOARD NEPTUNEn MOTORS WHITE GROUNDS ,,

NUXATED IRON "R:)llator" type water pump. Positive n
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Anywhere .1Zr I cooliet.! Can't overheat. SOLID
4 ''' tGka Wbra role doctor rip* fit Mtfdldn tod ft -PLAY today-PAY tomorrowWYCKOFF'S -
FLORIDAAXY .few l *Urlttmlm help ran.b..triw doB't another buck BMdiciMiJUk-7.. ... try I COLORS
KUXATED IRON" to wIlt build wart full nod _
color in xm. blood.Far full irt blood help> .....
fit"0 tst Just wonderful stab t.KrXATED "Wbtre Merchandise )Iovu"UU .F y
r > RwiWANDERING IRON tsblrti for.ute.whil. Gin thra a fair S. Kuhl Ave. Ph. 2-2SZ1 \
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; GROVE I SON RETURNS. Home in Orlando after 17 lURisrAN"

years in China is Leon Anderson, retired Navy man and N fE
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We Guarantee I former Chinese customs employe, who is shown above at the : .
JTater or No home of his mother Mrs. F. L Anderson. Beside him is his i
1 Par I wife, Mary, whom he married in Shanghai in 1932. : OUTSTANDING DAY FOR VALUES

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give you' Prisoner Three SUMMER 1rs
FREEEsUmatrs Orlandoan Jap ( ,; lookIng

Years Rests in Mother's HomeStill I'' -= for Bar

36 Monthsto I gains (and who

Fay showing the effects of three years in a wartime I isn't these days?)
Japanese prison camp, Leon: Anderson, 53, retired Navy
LillY & FREEMAN man and former employe of the Chinese Customs Service, y J .-. here's an outstandingone
711 w. Church St. TeL 9869 I was "taking it easy" yesterday at the home of his mother, one! These Spreads are
--- Mrs. F. L. Anderson, 1200 E. Washington St. F A r it 1 BY THEHUNDREDS worth whole lot more
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Mary whom he married in 1932 : f .z :, A ii but leave it to Penney to
FOR A FLOOR in Shanghai and whom he credits &
with having saved his life duringhis 1 ,1Of bring them to you at a savings.
OF LASTING BEAUTY .
internment. I TAILORED In soft shades of Blue, Green,
CONTACT "She was able to get food tome #

WELDC & WRIGHT TILE CO. through Cross." he the said.InternationalRed "All the Wtii4Th RAYONSHuffy .... ,. Peach. and Rose. Balcony Featurel! fo f j
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rice Japs: some cave us of to it eat in was such mouldy bad b t, drawstring jabots,neck-low: S298! o: I NOW .MORE THAN E IT PAYS TO SHOP AT PENNEY'S I
shape that it had begun to fey
= lines or tailored ::
HOTELS RESTAURANTS INSTITUTIONS ment. 4 i I styles. Rayon jersey ; I'
Anderson was liberated by American too! Sizes 32 to 38. .
THE SIMMER SEASON JS APPROACHING-HOW IS YOUR troops Aug.' 19, 1915, butstayed d? ..--
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KBUGCTATOR' OUR STOCK IS MOST COMPLETE. NEW on in China until he could
'8ASTIAN KISSING ICE CREAM\ DISPENSING CABINETS AND I arrange to bring his wife to the I L !
CARBONATOKS IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY United States with him. It is their I t i '
sa US OR WRITE FOR DESCRIPTIVE LITERATURE I first visit to Orlando since 1937 I DRESSYSHEERS y\
,when he came home on six months \ ,
E. H. THOMPSON COMPANY I leave. !
I "This time I think well stay., If you look cool, I
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CST. 1912 he said. you'll feel cool- '
I' Anderson, a native of Union'I and there's nothing
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TOGO SEIYICE EQUIPMENT SPECIALISTS" I
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. I City, Tenn., came to Orlando with I like a fresh blouse 1l!
his parents in 1910 and enlistedin in white or past to flaunt In
730-34 W. Bay St. Phonw-5-3907-5:0489: the Navy the following year. ) f- I the face of the rising mercury! !
During World War I, he served i Sizes 32 to 38. R
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4 w !1 1, BLOUSES II! for size and price! Guess again! Hard $ 7 h

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73/itd.;th.;,."-.. < -. 4 r large Colors from collection.our bif i: r ; B. 26" PULLMAN CASE

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p f Soft Rayon Crepes. Sizes 32 .
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t / youl Sturdy. fine water-rePeIleat $1
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America's Best Blouses

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I JUST UNPACKED!! i \,;-.(, A the two-suiter! 21" Same quality $15' .t.'I f.'
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to 44s, Penney's have a Cool ,

smart Pinafore for yon! ICs a

AT ORLANDO wp treat for us to bring you such t

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.. course you don't have to Iron 'l .-
"A FINANCIAL STRONGHOLD" -- .
IN THE HEART OF THE CITRUS BELT ; these dresses! Penney's 2nd r

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