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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: March 2, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
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regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
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Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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'711 ORLANDO FLORIDA..MARCH 2.1947 THIRTY-SIX PAGES

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Red Cross Drive TRADE ACKNOWLEDGES CITRUS LOSSES: Phone WorkersFile



: Canned Fruit Price Dead Persons' 'Votes'For


Starts Here Strike %





Tomorrow T 1 i il l Figures Reported Notices Talmadges Bared'


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The 1947 fund campaign of conservative Chicago Florida's Journal severe of Commerce citrus crop aifd.losses other, the in- Thirty-day strike notices Spare The Rod 'And Spoil The Child New Governor'sVictory


the Orange County Chapter fluential business papers yesterday quoted canned citrus posted yesterday by the Na-

of the American Red Cross, prices at higher figures than_ have been offered for many tional Federation of Tele-

with a goal of $54,800 will months.The phone Workers with the Fed- LinkedTo

get underway tomorrow genral rise in canned citrus: eral Government, "in case
Left f lE1Q
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morning, according to Don Evans eaWounded quotations kept pace with the ad- negotiations now underway break

1947 fund campaign chairman.The vance In on-the-tree prices for interior down."Included 285 workers in Or- GorNG ToWuRT You
Ballot Fraud
drop in the quota under the 23 Florida fruit as Northern lando and others throughout the -fl Lot MORE TcfAV; T ,

1946 figure Evans explained is buyers offered $3.25 FOB for top State, union spokesmen revealed.

due largely to the reduction In war quality Valencias and $2.75 for The notices were filed under law / /_/ a

time services but added that demands In Holy Land mid-season oranges. requiring 30-day advance notification It-I:: Atlanta Journal :

for home service functions Recognition of a definite shortage of strikes before walkoutscan Makes Chargesr
AP Nine-
of the Orange County Chapterwere JERUSALEM [ ] of citrus: for the remainder of be effected and no strike will I

as great, if not greater than teen persons were killed and this season was shown by the entire be called until April at the earliest ATLANTA [AP] Dead perSons -

any time ix* the history of the or- at least 23 wounded by bomb market outlook which this ,, and not at all if negotiations non-residents and even

week maintained consistent levels between the federation and tele-
ganization. and gunfire yesterday in ter- non-existent "voted
equal with the best offered during officials i'f tI persons
phone company are successful -
"Approximately 11,'" veterauss
rorist raids extending from for the late Eugene Tal-
the early Fall.
it was pointed out.
have returned to resume their
Jerusalem and the %
to Haifa
The auction market showed an madge and his son, Herman,
residence in Orange County and bloody Holy Land appeared last Orlando telephone workers are
increase in the average on interior for:'
Governor of Georgia in the
of these have requested seeking increases ranging
many night to be rushing toward com- wage
Florida oranges in wirebound con- general election of 1946. the Atlanta
and are receiving various services plete British military rule. from $15 and $20 weekly which ;
tainers from $2.79 per box Mon-
# Journal said last night.
rendered by oar county British soldiers declaring they will place the local pay scale /
day to $3.40 Friday. Private buyers
chapter," Evans stated. This were on a "martial law footing" within 95 per cent of those in Reporting documentary evidenceof
operating off the auctions were reported -
irregularities in the Helena
does not include veterans who searched Palestine in full military Northern metropolitan areas it
offering 25 to 50 per cent 7/d/// 'District of Telfair County, home ,
have taken up a new residence might for the heavily-armed ter- was claimed.
more than these quotations. of the Talmadges the Journal
here since 4eIl01>>UaaUon. rorists who' led off their attacks Plans for strike notices by the S
Canned citrus price increase ,, -s sun 1/ // said the votes had played a critical
"In fact he continued "the with the bombing of a British of- 48 affiliates of the National Fed-
reflected the opinion of most Industry ; part in making Herman Talmadge
home service division of bur local ficers' club in Jerusalem in which eration were laid at a meeting of ,
observers that cold : 1.t t eligible for election by the Legislature -
Red Cross has rendered Individ- 18 persons were killed and 17 the group last year at Denver "if 11i/: 1. f /
weather following the mid-Feb to the term of his dead
ual services to 65,000 persons here wounded. unions are not making any prog- /
ruary freeze would reduce materially father.
S during\ the past three years." The Government Imposed a cur- ress" in independent bargaining
nextear'. fresh fruit Eugene Talmadge was unopposed
Other obligations of the Red few in the Jewish sections of negotiations with the various Bell
production placing future pro- as Democratic nominee for Gov
Cross In Orange County. Evans Jerusalem and restricted all resi- Telephone agencies.No .
cessed citrus at a premium. ernor. When he died before Inauguration -
explained, include a program of dents of Tel Aviv. Petah Tiqvah report on progress of con-
the Legislature voided
preserving health, training men and Ramat Gan to house curfew. Federal-State citrus: inspectorswere ferences on wage increases between

and women for useful service British military patrolled Jerusalem kept on their toes by both i' Southern Bell and union representatives i I his 143000 votes and elected his
who credited with 675
son was
George E. Copeland.. supervising
prompt and ever ready first aid to streets with armored cars and 1|. at Atlanta had been received -
C earners, while other inspector and Herb Riley. Federal write-in ballots.
gun
victims of misfortune and constant troops by local workers but in the
marched out who in the field I Herman write-in- total
of the city toward the chief stayed I wax
preparedness for relief in event a strike is called all mem- '
North.In. stressing rigid adherence to strict six more than that of, his fath;
times of disaster.: bers of the NFTW here will stop
Government regulations. er's 'principal opponent in the
the bloodiest day of terrorIn asSerted.
These few facts: regarding our work local spokesmen
the Holy Land in almost nine Altogether. the market was tin Democratic primary, Junes Car-
local Red Cross activities are men- Strike notices filed to date included -
its healthiest condition of the mlehael and 38 more than the
months
illustrate the terrorists blasted -
. tioned to the importanceof Alabama, Georgia Florida
the tremendous demands plac- the Jerusalem club staged an year as buyers bought excellent, Louisiana Mississippi, North and C Tote for Republican D. Talmadge
quality fruit with confidence of Bower
ed on our county chapter." Evans artillery and machine gun raid South Carolina, Tennessee, New

declared. on a British Army
Lid near Nathanya. in which to recent Internal quality tests Legislature placed Herman in third
Till.chairman said the people of Iowa Nebraska. North and South ...L
. Orange County have always generously one soldier was killed and two buyers reported that current Val- Dakota Ohio, Kentucky Missouri. A place-out of the running for

: wounded and mined a jeep on encias are the best eating flor- Oklahoma,Kansas.Tex- Takes
Arkansas
supported the Red Cross Chiang
In past years and expressed con- the camel road near Haifa in ida citrus in years. Pennsylvania.. Minnesota. Colorado. : U.S. Greek Aid CountySchoo.ls die-Continued 4
** "two Valencias always have been con
i which persons were killed Over Leadership
fidence In'continued'support. The Arizona, Idaho, Utah Wyoming -t ;
'and two wounded. ceded the "money crop" of Florida -

; sucess he. .said of the''will 1947 largely fund depend campaign on. The raiders also mined a truck citrus all but and with ended mid-season, growers and oranges Oregon.. New Nevada Mexico.and Washington.California. For Britain Seen All Out War Seen T Close Monday Colder Weather '

each Individual contributor giving near Tulkarm. 20 miles .east of shippers were expecting continued More than 197.000 workers over NANKING [API Generalissimo Predicted For

to the full extent of his ability.; Nathanya,'', wounding one British the nation would be Involved. Chiang Kai-shek took over the
soldier; raided an Army camp at improved prices if shipments are WASHINGTON [AP] The White schools in Orange Florida Monday .
"Ask who has had
anyone eceas- kept down to approximately 1600 Premiership of China last night .
ton to Kfar lona. near Nathanya where S. H. Williams United States has agreed in will be closed tomorrow '
{ call .on the Red Cross cars weekly. and appeared to be heading his County LAKELANDUn **

\either at home or abroad andS bombed casualties were not reported; If this is done industry econo- Elected principle, diplomatic sources people toward all out war to set to allow teachers to at-I weather will take a turn to colder
naval
lot MayorOf
a car: parking
you will better.appreciate this near the Haifa wrecking mists declared yesterday that the said yesterday to help Britain tle the Communist question once tend a meeting at 8:45: a.m. early Monday, the FederalStateFrost
waterfront -
great service that Is always and for aD.Chiang.
crop can make on each MaitlandOne Warning Service predicted.
several vehicles. and explodeda money shoulder the load in : of the Central Florida District -
available to everyone." Evans carload through June. assumed 'Its advisory for Sunday morning
declared." Because of this record mortar shell at Hadera. on the of the largest turnouts of Greece-a move which may bring : Premier- Florida Educcation Asso., at I said: ,
coast betwen Haifa and Government officials advised ship eight hours I Orlando Senior School. I "Milder temperatures Cloudy
and future obligations, Nathanya. I voters in Maitland's history put an historic change in U. S. foreign High I
\ we Police reported last night that a growers that they can hold their after his brother- Teachers form Orange Lake with showers Northern portions
policy.>
know the of Col. Samuel H. Williams into the
people Orange I in-law. T. V. partly cloudy to'cloudy Southern
good fruit which would pass Inspections -
water station at Et Seminole. Volusia Osceola and
pumping Ras ;
County will put this campaign office of Mayor of Maitland res-I The U. S. reply to a British note Soong. suddenly 1 portion. Forecast: for Sunday:
on the tree for several
'. Ein was "now under fire"Vets the action Brevard counties are expected to cloudy 'mild Southern districts.
ve4n record time. terday. Williams who was unopposed requesting reportedlywas resigned in the ,
months and ship it with quality I I attend the meeting to hear cooler with showers North and
succeeds W. L. Walters.I handed to Lord Inverchapel, face of sharp i reports -
, Campaign division heads are Mass to Seek inspiring the longer the citrus criticism in theLegislative I by officers of the Florida Central districts. '
; ., Roy MilleA special gifts; Mrs. matures.At Williams received 167 votes. British Ambassador at the State Yuanof Citizens "FUture temperature outlook:
Committee
!I I State Rent Controls Two council?,. yesterday.It on proposed colder North and Central districts
Louis err, women's division; Lakeland. Frank t: .:.:.:: .:t. Department his economic educational
Seymour members-W. legislation and to '
L.t. Charles LImpus. business; district; OLYMPIA. Wash. rAP] Amer- manager of the Federal Market- Parker and Alvin t .:..? is understood to be conditioned policies. discuss proposed changes in the Northern districts Monday morn'

Mrs. Tom Rich,hotels and apartments ican Veterans Committee members ing Agreement Committees was Stover with 126::t. < upon Britain retaining 10,000 With C o m- Teachers Tenure Act. Ing"

; the Rev. O. R. Jackson pitched tents on the WashingtonState busy assembling data for Tues and 119 votes,..'.. A troops in Greece to help upholdthe munist delegates Meanwhile, W. R. Boone OH3 I j
I '
Negro division: Mrs. Charles Mc- Capitol lawn yesterday as day's meetings when future shipping respectively .s. Government with the U. S.- get out Chiang of Government under orders to principal announced that'pupils The Weather
were re-elected. subject to Congressional approval territory
Dowell. Winter Park division Her- hundreds of persons massed at regulations wW be drafted.
shell Stuart, County division; : the Statehouse to protest what 'me industry was asked in a The three -helping to bear most of the cost. before Wednesday, and the armiesof suspended because of the unauthorized -.I'I ORLANDO AND VICL\7TYf.-

Brantley leaders called members both factions maneuvering for, walkout earlier this I I I Clearing and cooler today; fair
Burcham. speakers committee "butchery of the special bulletin to communicate new The undertaking may entail i
; Nelson Huber displays: people's legislation" as they sought opinions on new regulations to elected yester <:" } 'r advancing some $%51 million decisive battles on fronts stretch-I(I week will miss, the six weeks l and colder tonight; tomorrow

and Bob Hammond, publicity. housing and State rent control Seymour. ,. day are Kenneth c this year by authoritative estimate I ing from Central China to the tests and be recorded as failing fair and continued rather cold.

Chairman Evans announced legislation.The Citrus men also were watching E. Wacker. with farther outlays later.A heart of Manchuria Chiang thus for this period. I *
that more than 800 volunteer Senate killed a $100 million with interest general reaction to I 163 votes assumed complete powers in the They will not be.allowed to 1
workers would report for duty during veterans bonus; bill last week. merchandising proposals of J. Wil- I L. V. Bledsoe i: next step apparently would be Government at a time when make this work up. he said but Cracker Jim Sez:

the campaign. He sent an appeal liam Horsey Tampa processing I 156 and Ed :.''> ..,:: for Pres. Truman to make public China's future- appeared to be at the must depend on their grades for I'' That there sod soakin rain the

to all contributors large and Chinese Reds Seize executive. Thurmond 135. tl.1J ,'. .A the program.The stake. next six weeks to bring their last l few days shore did mess up
!, small to co-operate with these volunteer Charles E. Henderson operating I ;; Many quarters predicted averages up. Prin. Boone revealed
a ma- I them fellows Fair over there in
m having their Two American Officers executive of Florida Frozen Fruits. : Other council Williams [ United Press reported that jor shakeup in the Government, that most of the 176 students i;Orlando, but it was more than tolerable .-
contributions nary at the first Inc.. at Haines City said his organization candidates and the number of budget-watching Senate Republican possibly an anti-Communist; coal- who participated in the walk- good for -
WASHINGTON [APJ The War "will go along 100 per I votes they received Included: leaders tion out are "D" and "IT students. /
calLThese Department reported yesterdaythat expressed oppositionto including minority parties. j them crops out
volunteers busy cent with plan that Bill R. A. Wheeler 73; D. J. Cogan. ;
are people any I I '
Hit..
two u. s. Army officers. Maj. giving the administration this way. .
any
"
and Horsey 61 Clarence Britons Fear Food Crisis
are giving generously proposes. ; Cubbedge 53. and J. Ul wind what
Robert D. an
, many hours to the task of making: John W. Rigg.Collins.Chicago Evanston, and Capt.ni ..Friedland. 49.Pioneer "blank checks" for political loansto Teacher Peace Bogged LONDON [UPI Britons today ;; done do no good

: this campaign: a success he stat have been seized by Chinese Com-- Five Freed in Lynch Probe Greece or any other countriesnow BUFFALO AP City and school feared a food crisis: might climax: I an its not muchof ;

ed."We can all lighten this task by munists near Manchuria where SHREVEPoRT La. UPI A CIO Dies In the British sphere.of Influence officials -held a fruitless confer- the Industrial crisis caused by a rain whats ,,
eliminating the necessity of callbacks ence yesterday in their first Joint acute fuel shortages as they awaited : not benefitttn to .4'
is .
heavy fighting between
going on Federal Jury yesterday found five ].
DENVER
for individual contributions.This [API Harvey C. Frem- effort toward settlement of the the return Friday of Food Minister I people
Communists and some an
Nationalist
campaign can: reach its goal troops. The two assistant military white men not guilty in connectionwith ming 5i, president of the Oil For the United States to step six-day-old strike of 2,400 Buffalo John Strasbey from his trip' that rain is shore
are
within two weeks if all help by giving attaches at Nanking. the alleged August lynching I Workers Interaation union for 13 directly into the internal affairs public school teachers largest in to the.United States and Canada. to make them
of and
generously and having contributions one Negro seriously injuring years who played an active part history. I'
ready when the worker another near Minden. La. in organizing the CIO died yes- of Greece would constitute a departure vittil vegetables grow plumb fast

first calls." It's a Boy For Hedy! terday at Fort Logan Veterans from long-standing Am- Squall Hits Drew Field I.Eight "Moniocs" Escape like. Iffen that wind starts a

Fund Pope Pius 71 Hospital. He was serving the BEACON, N. Y. [API Police reported blown harder from the Southwest
headquarters are at 17 E. HOLLYWOOD APJ Hedy La- Today : on erican policy, and apparently today the
j is
TAMPA sun goin to shine
Washington St .War Labor Board when he became [API A squall which tonight a "break" had anita
2-2768. dark-haired ;
telephone ,
marr screen star.
VATICIAN CITY [API Pius I
i Pope I would be designed to bulwark reached goin to be aunty day,
ill in 1943. 60 miles on hour for oecured at the Matteeawan State
Contributors
are asked vo bring or wife of Actor John Toder gave XII today will celebrate the eighth I. .
Britain in stand about 20 i *
a against the minutes yesterday damaged Hospital for the criminally insane
send in their
contributions if they birth to a baby boy. Anthony
.
anniversary of his to the
ascension
are not called for. All workerscarry John weighing seven pounds 14 throne of Saint Peter. The date :' New Atlantic Record Set spread of Russian influence ,four small planes at Drew and present information was that J JI O.rt*"a .TOOAVS...... Vide*TlOr. ash 3 If f m.J
I throughout southern Europe. Field and cut off power in the con eight inmates all listed as'"maniacs" :3 43 .. Law ...,
: identification cards. by I f m "U end f M P"
, ounces. caesarean operation i will be the anniversary' of the Pon- j NEW YORK [API Trans World I I trol tower for two hours. I I had escaped. I C.c.. ...c* TMT. HUH :3 24 a n tat
,{, yesterday. He is the second child.I Uf f's birthday. He will be 71. 'I.Air Lines yesterday claimed its'' J 3 S3 .n; lAw f U.III ..< lOOt PMT .
Wildlife Authority Dies Students Rap Dewey Aid t I S...>tfM lutet ;-. Hit b :3 It 5 m. tad
constellation "The Star of New
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I I 4S pan : Lew t 41 am. Dd f'39 p a.
NORWICH. CONN. t rAP Arthur SOARING EXPERTS FILL SANFORD SKIES York" had set a commercial record I I ALBANY. N. Y. [APJ A spokesman ECONOMY ADVOCATES GET SCARE son. PMaMW Ru f ':49; t< S 2S .

Lincoln Peale. 18, nationally recognized : of 11 hours and 55 minutesin for nearly 700 college stu- ;;
authority on wildlife and i a non-stop flight from dents who marched to New York's Recorded LOCAL 0 TCMPCHATVMES. /
j I by 8 WoUicr Boreal atWASHntGTON
Indian history died here today I 1 non Eire, to La Guardia capitol: yesterday declared Gov.': Solon/ Starts 'Drive To GiveGis Masictrel Aft-sort
Glider/
,
after an illness of two months. Competition ExpectedTo Shan-I Dewey's assistant counsel had given -, Muitwni__ 19 lit Mieimu PIlL i 1411.11L 11

I i Plane With 12 Missing them "the run-around" concerning 3a. _.,-.So } 2 PIlL _--, II

Toniaht's. MoviesBEACHAM Attract Big Crowd LONDON [UPI The Air MinIs- discrimination a bi-partisan bill to ban''' Cash Instead Of Bonds 4 3 :-:: == :: I 4 3p-m.sm. .:...Z::i 4 a'Sam. <
: 1T. Btraa..r," 1:15. 3:20: Today I in education. _.I1 Spa. .
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try announced Dakota
yesterday a
V *2S V30. 530. I 4 .to =.6 i, ..m. = : :

3 f5PFL. ."Th* stra..r.'" 1:IS. S:20. S:25. I SANFORD-All participants in the First Southeastern II I'transport with 12 persons aboardwas Envoy Douglas Okayed WASHINGTON.UP] Rep. Dwight L. Rogers [DFla],' 7 .... _____________ 62 62 I 1'Pin.pm. ti._._ U OfCam.
missing flight from
CAMEo;'"IJan.a4la) 1IIond.." 225. 4.40. on a Singapore I father of GI terminal leave pay threw a into Republican Ca-a-------- eJ 5pm. ....._ 43
S.55 I 10. States Glider Contest here are expected to be in the air t WASHINGTON [API The scare -!
to Saigon. Sen- 10 ..... ___.___ 43 10..m. IJ
1CO1 4.OS ONt,:a;3.l115.2t0h. C".... ReI1''a4 ,,-I I today bidding for the major trophies and heavy purses for I I ate Foreign Relations Committee economy advocates last night with a drive to give Ii i 11..... ___n___ et i 11 Pili. ,{u__ 55Roos

140.GRAND' .: "M-onbekt. sonata,'!! 1.0 3tO i soaring championships.::: j' yesterday gave prompt approval to .former. :GI's cash instead of bonds for their unused ac u.u n : Midnight J--n U
::41' '::40.u
the
nomination of a
Lewis
RIALTo: -Seat of th. eo.lli," 1:10 While inclement weather trimmed the number of Charter W. Doug- cumulated leave. !. AP> westlitr taros
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spectators las former director of the j of for 24
budget, report tmperaiv boar
The
..... ex-GIs probably are having 1b.
VOGUE: Htvm _1M 1'oo1a. 2 00. : yesterday-the opening day A --La- ?#" to be Ambassador to Britain. J first day of the present session of nd.M S .:a :
a a harder to make
struggle now 5tsei..J
Stee"I' L
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"Ot Jload.... 7S Mi lAAsIwYWe
fol 3.30 of the t o-day meet-keen com- Congress
which
Service would .
give veter-
ends 4) M iMlvf .
4sAt the circle: by an inch. meet than anyone else"Rogers 32 J
BABY GRANDMr\ ) .... .petition is expected to draw a 'fr.HU" ans an Atlanta 44 3* M-...1IIUa 41 34
Rides have
said. must to
>." 3.OCk 4 30. .30N.uoaq large crowd to the Municipal Air- Pressing Compton Shell 1947 JQarda. 1947 They opportunity convert =City 36 23 Mlmm S4 .M
barn Doan 3OS:, 53. $ homes household goods and other their 40 MOM* 63 4S
: 0:1.: 10.34. Charles of Atlanta who missed {) terminal Jeave bonds into I
.
this
DRIVE IN: "Whi U. Step port here morning. I Wat things." baton M 32 Haauemcrr S3 41
CT-ERMOVT -[)eceptiOIL"DELA.KD Outstanding flights were achieved the mark by six inches. TtaWW Vm IK *4 cash on written application. It is Buffalo 37 22CfeUMt are Orle.n. 43 S2
: The Perfect Muriate" I They have a greater need for 1 44 3. JIJ_ York 24 29
{ DRXItA: -IIIYls1ble tDfonau" and -BIo..s.r yesterday the weather notwithstanding Throughout yesterday afternoon i 2345678 immediate cash than those of us now pi eon-holed in one of the Chides :W 22 Krtol 43 31
; Ura ce" by soaring experts who glider after glider was towed into I ClndMCtf 2* 27 Pbll who stayed here during the war many subcommittees of the House
.
31 20.
OROVFLAVD3FBtbne Ut JoanW* Mr-e- I .Uoort 39 19
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lAKCVLE3: -The Secret 1V.n.- have brought their gliders here the air to perform astounding acrobatics I BW 9 K) 11 12 and kept our homes together. The Armed Services Committe with Dallis 44 33 *>orti O.Me.. 32Dciwrr 10
13 .
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I.EESBUROEarl.. Carroll Sketchbook- .from as faraway as New York. loops. halfovers and up- 14 22 WRichBvomd 4O S3
veterans need cash and they
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: Ttok end Daeer l goes into its final day is Fritz Flying enthusiasts hate been !I "n..! 17 19 20B222324Z5 Estimated roof terminal leave immediate future CMt 51 4J/7 A. Fnaettc* S. SO

wanted-i FALACK.For; Murder-"CKUd .!LAKE Drrorc: "Cndrr and Compton of Miami. who yesterday dropping down on Sanford all .-,?: tu'rua pay for all enlisted personnel 1.1. "If something isn't done about i ij i J KiRM-ek0ntn Cal SI TO M M i| StU e T.naab H M it 39

tine ads.... Ekes"'M4 "its Dar lion Cltmta- brought his graceful glider over week to watch or participate In the j I 26 27 28 29 about $3 billion. j it pretty soon. I'm going to do It.I Koorrill Little: Pock 3/n'I'I Tamp 79 MI
the line and missed the center of contest. If' Tkklnn 4T U
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J jGeorgia Ballot Page 2 Itr !ham rattnrl-afr Orlando, Florida, March 2, 1947 Arms I i4'ArIhurtIN Urges I Woman Found



Guilty InMate


i.IFraud* Reported Five Take. JapanBOSTON J Slaying



[Continued from Pare 1] r NEW IUP1 Gen. MacArthur FAIRFIELD. m. tupi circuit
Department proposes that occupation of Japanbe Court Jury. last night found Mrs.
'coven of additional Telfair votes nounced the turned over to the United Na- Lois Willson. 24. .guilty of first
;put him ahead. <- connection with tions as a test case for collective: degree murder for the shotgun
: Journal Staff Writer George .. cache of guns security as soon as possible after slaying fo her husband. Leon. 29.
grenades the peace treaty comes into effect who she claimed was killed when
Goodwin said he found Telfair returns shipment to Edwin D. Canham. editor of their three-year-old son accident-
at least two :;. .fjt _J '.. "7"'.'. Those arrested the -
listing persons 'II'' ''1 .' the' Christian Science Monitor 'allY fired gun.
F, 11.,<.. .J...3 fied as William wrote of 10 men and two
:long dead. at least five who had t" .. I in an article yesterday. The Jury
former AAF I The proposal according to the women recommended Mrs. Lillian
moved away, and at least five who
Claude R. article was advanced by MacAr- be sentenced: to 50 years In prison.
;said they did not vote Nor. 5. An- major and B-29 I thur in a private interview duringa
Sirs. Wilson showed no emotion
:;other dozen could not be found he 46. ex-captain of recent trip to Japan by Canhamas
read the
the judge ver
'said- i ter Corps; A. guest of Secretary of War Pat- as
dict.
Goodwin said all were among 34 Gf'orgeV.. t terson. t _"
|names listed alphabetically in the e8 trj They were The article said: "General Mac- Little Linden Willson. the child '
>numbered record of votes as they x spiracy' to Arthur recognizes two needs: who accused his mother of firing
appear at the polls. He said he w J Firearms Act by : "1. Adequate military supervision the blast which killed his father
:began investigating because "it and of Japan to assure that the was not In court.
*- ...tfl. 'vf This law. It terms of the peace treaty are not r r

? ;citi-zens aeiT ?;; bids i I contravened. To that end he suggested Orange' Juice CampaignGets
$ .. >J- interstate
'
peared in alphabetical order.startin2 I that the stilltobeborn international -
!
with 'A' and ending at 'K:." censed dealers homes"I police force of the Good Comment
t Talmadge. when advised of the ':. : z'e .: session of United Nations might take up the
:; : .
.. : which have not task of The Junior Chamber of Commerce -
surveillance.
{development, said: .' .:, ; <;. .iJ "'1; ..,,: r with the alcohol "2. Guidance, tutelage and I,i nickel orange Juice campaign -'

"I "Ton can quote me that the. "'i<, .t. ; J: The arrested I aid in all the techniques of dem- over the post week has

S. Journal."still ba running bjdrvphobia. ; >,'."v.. =!- .f".H' ., ".' : weapons were to I ooracy. To that end the Inter- j|drawn considerable favorable com-
t .. ; ":.j"'* i.... .; .! J tection of I national Civil Service experts ofi o ment from Winter visitors. William -
:. The Journal said the tally sheet ., ,.. '::$, "' '+ ;1 which the the United Nations would be of A. Whitcomb of the JayCees
Consolidated returns and the list 1 ,, Cuba and value. reported yesterday.In .
lot voters in Telfair's Helena Dis- .. f-) <,<.. The five men I. The article said that "MacAr- [ addition he said many' citrus
itrict showed nrloualrregularit1eL the Marsalis thur feels emerging collective se- men have expressed themselves .
S: 'Talmadge leaders solicited': write- .v : .: ,: ; : Gulfport and )curity must meet the dangers of as in favor of the Idea and
\ :t. sails Is I would like to see it perpetuated.
:Jia votes for Herman Talmadge on ir: power politics. For that reason.
election day in a maneuver in- ; a, : .> 3 z' president and he advanced his suggestion that Whitcomb reported full cooperation

tended as "insurance" in case the -.>' .. -. ..., .. I tary-treasurer. the occupation of Japan might from drug stores restaurantsand
alder Talmadge died.SiiThe YOU THINK THE weather has been cold in Orlando and Florida recently Unlontown Evening Standard, and former Orlando Morning Sentinel The company [give the United Nations an opportunity other organizations during the

official i i 'paper in the said district some could election not ? Here's a. peek at the recent blizzard which swept the I employe sends this picture of the Pennsylvania storm. Well take under two tank the landing i I "to prove itself and gain I campaign.CIGARETTES.

recall the exact !returns and some Northeast. Prom. Unlontown. Pa.. Stanley Calkins publisher of. the Florida's infrequent cold snaps thank you. were being I strength.

_declined comment tion equipment No Vacations


". '!!newspaper The Journal, the Enterprise Bald! TeUair'i, ered* CIO Leader Denies 25-Year Job 3,252 machines.gang trucks rails, 112 and miles six of fledging narrow craft also pilots owned and in its had four I For Grave Diggers 1.. 40' ...- ,,.A'

,lied Herman Talmadge with ItI' Rappleyea was BELEM Brazil (API) Living expenses itlAHt

i write-in votes for Governor, andthis In 8.120,000 work-days to the Thomas Scopes in this northern Brazilian eartsn. ores-I curt..
father with 1,701. end of October. 1750.000 cubic "evolution trnl": J city have risen so high that even EACH I CARTONS SUO-N.COD'S

t[ Official consolidated returns I AUis Red ChargesWASHINGTON Seen in BerlinBERLIN yards of debris was removed more than 20 I the increase grave in diggers pay. In are their asking petitionfor an .1.....** r.***.* 4. H*.dtj .
.:rate Talmadge the same total butt r 700.000 cubic yards of that entirely better working hours and N. Otto CH
:Herman's 'vote in final official out of the way. .
us. And it's not that
more money, they complained THE POST EXCHANGE INC
{tabulations by Legislature, was AP R. J. Thomas of [AP] Berliners. diggingat -
[ ] vice-president "At that rate. mourns Neue we'd like to put they could take no vacation and
:77; the CIO United Auto Workers, told the House Labor Committee -'; their mountain of bomb and Zeit. "well never see light unlesswe ductive work should be reimbursed for this and ioo-Q asroa iv. atwasa. n. a.
:' (Georgia's Constitution provides yesterday he has been in charge of the shell rubble chiefly by hand have soon get the machines to help back into their for holiday work.
that
;. : if no candidate for Governor received from engineers the
=receives a clear majority, the Legislature mers strike since November and "believe rqe,Allis-Cha1-1 gloomy forecast that unless they

1 must elect from the two is not Communism. get more power tools It will take I
hiehest candidates. When Eugene
!Talmadge-died, the Assembly held 1--Earlier, Robert Ruse, presidentot 25 years to clean up the city's I

his votes voided and elected Herman UAW Local 248. which has beenon director urged Congress to I debris.
: as highest among three write- strike against AllisChalmersat abolish industry-wide bargaining And at the present rate, the experts -

i liin| candidates.] Milwaukee for 10 months tes- and the closed shop and restore say. it will cost the city 270 CLOSING OUT SALE
i! The Legislature's canvassing tified that he signed a Communist\ true collective bargain- .million dollars at the present! low
:committee first credited Herman nominating petition last year but lrtt."lElsewhere I military rate of exchange in addi-

": Talmadge with 19 votes from Tel denied that he is communist or on the capital scene: tion to requiring the efforts of
If air, but later reported finding a that the local is "CommunUUcaLyled. Chairman Vandenberg R.- many thousands of hands in this .
=frecond tally sheet In another en- ." Mlch) said his Senate Foreign non-productive work.
: elope which revised his vote to
e. ITJThe missing 58 votes dramatlc- Base said he, feUow officers Relations Committee will agree to 'Berlin, according to an estimate Rare & UnusualCAMELLIAS
: I U. S. participation in the new international -
aUy pushed Talmadge Into the f the union and -"everybodyelse obtained by the newspaper
:
lead. on the picket line" signed refugee organization I Neue Zeit contain about one-
: the petition la behalf of a Communist II provided' President Truman gets tenth of all the war debris in

J700 AFL Window Glass candidate..for Governor- no authority to by-pass immigration -! Germany.The .
of Wisconsin. lows or quotas. I
I. I paper estimated this at
:Cutters Win Pay Hikes Thomas contended the strike House and Senate conferees more than 70 million cubic yards --
which the company says has cost agreed on a revised bill providing enough! to build a dam. 115 feet' "
::1 J ATLANTIC cm ttn'i Seven some 170 million plus $18 millionin i for indefinite continuanceof I: broad and 15 feet high from Ber- -*:

< ;hundred piece work employes of lost w&lea-a % "straight labor- the wartime luxury taxes on lin to Dortmund [about 269( .
-..the Pittsburgh Plate Glass co.. management .dispute" caused by liquor furs jewelry and other miles]. V.
I Pittsburgh, and the UbbyOwens- the -failure of ,the company" to items. .
I II I
To haul It would require
away <
i:Ford Glass Co,Toledo today were bargain collectively. And there were indications that seven million railway cars / The unusual weather conditions existing this season require me to move my .
:tfcwfrded a 4 1-3 per cent,wage While disputing ,I
Jbocst approximately four cents company Congress may be told tomorrow enough the Neue Zeit figured to stock of camellias from sales lot back to the month -
early n
charges that his local is led by whether. Mr. Truman and the I(, rare my nursery a -
carry three times the entire Ger-
im hour.
: i The increase-was Included- 'in .anew Communists.right of a Communist Buse maintained to hold union the- military heads.want the Draft Act I man freight volume of-1929. this year. Because of limited nursery space, I find it necessary to dispose. _-_, :,, .
extended willing to let it
drawn at the annual or are Berlin still 10.062 rub- .
contract employs
: industry Wage up Conference for the office.job.Monday.If he is the best man I die March 31.Legion ble diggers. Including'8.890 women of a quantity of these rare plants and therefore offer, the.e ,yP.-: l --J "

.1, with the Window" Glass CuttersJeaaue who work with scant tools or listed below."j
.iAFLI.DEAFENED -: five company officials Post Seeks machinery. Once there were 30.000 i i '
told the committee that
but the "rubble army" has declined -
t MOW HEAR "every Officer of Local.24$ is a
rapidly since last August.
Plants
1 :JWITH TINY'SINGH UNIT member or a consistent of the Communist party liner.Party Magazines, This work was once done chief- COMPLETE YOUR CAMELLIA COLLECTION AT THESE RIDICULOUSLY LOW PRICES.

.... Marion Clark Phillips Post 227.' ly by Nazis but because it rates
j.: Science.Has now made It posj Meanwhile ,Committee Chairman : American Legion. Is greatly In the No. 1 food ration card for hardlabor
Bible for the deafened to hear faintsounds.It '[R.-NJ.1 made
Hartley public of and others have volunteered.
need magazines potted
is a hearing device so a list of complaints against POPULAR STANDARD VARIETIES
: hand and plants for distribution at the Tuberculosis The reduced rubble force
a fits in the
mall that,it labor union practices, includingcoercion
Mrs. Ruth Xeue Zeit has matchedthe SPECIAL
Sanatorium. reports
thousands to enjoy ser- "
; enables by strike to force roylty" I
music and friendly companiJonshlp. Perna said yesterday. capacity of the original 30- ..-
mom and 'secondary boycott and These ever popular standard A varieties are offered in 24" field
000 small stock of
with A
Accepted by the council said many union officials win be Also blood donors are neededat the "ridiculously small"

.,.on Physical Medicine of the Amer called upon to reply. the Central Blood (Bank for equipment of 58 diesel motors grown specimen-plants. Each of these plants not only affords

:.pca.n Medical Assn. This device At the same time a Government blood to be used at the sanator- 28 small locomotives 28 conveyors beautiful blooms, but is also ideal as a landscape plant, evergreen ALBA PLENAthe

14oes not'" require separate battery official said "it is quite possible"an ium. 175 cable wire winders the year around.
pack, battery wire' case or garment : invitation will be Issued this It was announced that the"post of the most beautiful of the-:
I to bulge or weigh you down. week to soft coal mine operatorsand would hold a party for members I formal white camellias. 30" field
The tone is clear and powerful.So President John L. Lewis of and their families at the home of :With False 'Test Chandler! Elegans Regularly priced $6-$8NOW specimens.Candidissima .
I made that you can >fcdjust It the AFL United Mine Workers to Mrs. Bee Altermatt. $09 E..Ander- grown
Yourself to suit your hearing as begin negotiations for a new wage son St.. Tuesday night. '
your hearing chanresThe makers contract but added that Issuanceof :
I t of) eltone. Dept. 1137 1450 W. the invitation would depend Heart Victim Dies ,VUSE ._ Pink Perfection $400 Regularly600.
19th St. Chicago 8. 111. are so largely on whether the Supreme
1 proud of their achievement that Court rules tomorrow Lewis'conviction Stewart Asher 417, Ruth St. Prof. Sargent
they will gladly send free descriptive for' contempt on of court collapsed late last night .t Livingston -," .Ii.." serf ipett .* fn jr
booklet and explain how you and N Orange Aves. and waspronounced gums du. to ill-fitting dtnturti.
) in not calling off last Fall's 17-day .
'may get a full demonstration of; dead on arrival at the Hlpt i.." dents! plate from. PLANTS
.this remarkable hearing device In strike.In Orange Memorial Hospital It is raising ud clicking RARE VARIETIES .24"-30"RARE '
:your own home without risking a New York the National believed .he was stricken with a HUlpt prrnt ...ds from UJf-
I penny. Write Beltone today*-Adv. Assn. of Manufacturers board of heart attack. I ins under plat*. SPECIAL I Here are some of th! finest of

I. I Helps plat fit ,n-gg.r. This group of colorful rare spedrare! camellias at a price{ _unheard

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brt.Mo'FIoride' ,' MorclTi 1947 iEfr trakrg Stint art-Star Page 3B19FEIers


JAMES R.. YOUNG IN THE FAR EAST-
It Eight Killed iQ


"" > China Q

i Saved In Alaska. Nippon vs. In Korea Riots


With U.S. GoodsIT
pro RICHARDSON. Alaska SEOUL CAP Riotous observances -

IUPJ Three veteran civilian bush of Korean Independence yes- t1 /
pilots plucked 14 crewmen of a JAMES R.YOUNG terday caused at least eight deaths ,
<< :B-29 from the six serious injuries and 75 lesser
crashed Army [Author of Behind the Rising Sun
injuries In Southern Korea U. 8.
wastelands of Alaska Friday -
snowy
1 night and flew them to safety The name of a pioneer Yankee trader in the Far East, Miliary Intelligence reported.

in a daring rescue mission the E. W. Frazar, 80 years'old and still going strong, is synony- Greatest violence was here

Alaska Air Command revealed mous with electricity and as a one time worker with where homeward bound Leftists

:.- yesterday. Thomas A. Edison, the Centennial Pageant of Light now and Rightists clashed who had separate 7ytY'l; -
celebrations near the e1ty'asouth
i It was the second dramatic its honor ;
being observed around the world might turn gate.
-r Arctic rescue of stranded survivors .
beams the Grand Old Man of
on
'of, wrecked Superforts within the j The milling crowd was estimated
the Orient who In his 'I
today. Daytona -
by U. S. authorities to
Beach. Fla. is
week.The office. planning total 100,000.
huge fourenginedbomber to return to his trading postsin
one of a flight of several China and Japan. The celebrations were In com- ,.>>:.:....
seeking another Super- Frazar was born in China 20 memoration of the signing of Ko 1.
fortress missing since Monday years after Edison's birth. Except- rea's declaration of Independence
with 11 crewmen aboard plummeted ing war years and college work at in 1919 a document which the 1
Stevens Institute of Technology .4 Japanese overlords ignored.
to death Bristol Bay
near tall silver haired Frazar. whose ;;jjw
between Anchorage and Dillingham. t
t"
father and grandfather sailed to Food and Medicine
f .
the Far East in 300-ton ships has t
Certain death faced the crew traded with Manchurians Fonno- Flown to TrinidadLA fit
members who parachuted down to sans. Filipinos Koreans. Chinese it per
the barren. Ice and 'snow-choked and Japanese for three score years. PAZ lAP Bolivian military a. M, '1 __
flatland unless a quick rescue was In the days when there was little and commercial planes took
effected to save them from the oil for the lamps of China.Frazar's A sorely needed food and medicinesinto I

grip of the below-zero temperatures folks who came from Scotland to the flooded city of Trinidad y..
Massachusetts sailed to the Orient y
in the Winter-bound coun- today hastening their relief mis-
with tea and silk as their commer- sions in the belief the rain swollen
try.The cial goal. By contrast tea and silk flood waters soon would begin
trio of bush pilots Identified -
shipments which then wereChina's .
again.A
rising
as Dennis Fennell. Bill smith iii
best exportable merchandise -
U. S. Army C-54 transportflew
and Myron Moran. took off from have become Japan's best over the city and dropped
Anchorage In tiny ski-equipped items in 1947 with China far be- I I. food and rubber lifeboats while

planes. hind. a DC-47 of the U. S. Air Mission

Similarly, a parallel the Importance SHOOTER left SantiRO.; Chile with a cargo of .
oar ef Edison's electrical EIGHTY SIX : food, medicine and clothing.
Mrs. Emma
.'IN' Wounding two youths.
developments for while China
.ER'
Arnold 86. of Detroit broke up ateenagers'
-r.- mar count a few power plants ghost hunt with her Jacksonville Girl
depreciated transmission lines
.38. The boys, who carried knives
This 16-p and worn oat porcelain eondens- Named FFH HeadTALLAHASSEE 8PIECEDININGROOMSUITE
*** told police they were hunting
the Pageant of Light story
ers
care for would record that Japan In 25 ghosts In her haunted home. (lAP Justina 169.50

(hair with Herbex.Hcrbex .- yean built and put to powerful Young of Jacksonville is the new
for hair: I- destructive use the world's third cally driven'and steered torpedo"In president of the Florida Future TWO 18 IN. TABLE EXTENSION I LEAVES

hygiene has bee largest kilowatt production. 1890. His family meanwhile., Homemakers Assn.
used professionally. P r a z a r.. grandfather entered was expanding American com- State School Supt. Colin English This trim, modern suite answers the urgent demand for dining room furniture. Finished in

for over 5O years. Japan with Commodore Perry's merce in the Orient. By stages the said Miss Young was named in a walnut/ the chair covered in floral/ the table be
-- _. expedition. The Black Ships of Edison agent Frazar went to State-wide mail election in which two tone seats are light tapestry, sturdy can

'.,America Instruments.carried a telegraph souvenir key musical and Constantinople.had asked The him Turkish to install Government more than 3.000 high school girlsin made banquet size with 18 inch extension leaves. The 18 inch buffet has two roomy drawers

HERBEX a steam locomotive as presents to the electrical weapon as a shore-the 84 Future Chapters Homemakers'participated.Association and. two end compartments trimmed with gold finished metal handles.4PIECE .
the grandfather of Emperor Hiro- side defense installation .for

SAM JUAN: PHARMACY_ hito.A.fev.years later Frazar's father Bosphorous.The Edison. torpedo's delicate Big Four to GatherIn -

S -Telephone.Sltt installed the first electric light mechanism operated on 1,500 volts
Moscow's Air Hub BEDROOM SUITE ,
Orange at Central producing plant in Japan-in the direct current but it was too dan- i ; -, .,<. ,_>.
Tokyo palace. The
Invoice dated
to manipulate. Frazar recalls -
gerous MOSCOW lAP] Foreign Minis-
1887. which Frazar '.
possesses reads
having worn rubber gloves I ters Council which will convene
"the Edison Electric System. and boots when firing the thing TWIN BEDS VANITY CHEST QQ
here March 10 will hold its meet- 't
However steep the price the \. +
The torpedo could hit an object < v' -:-
Japanese ings in the House of Aviation In- 79
were fascinated by elec- NOW
2 3-4 miles from shore. REG. 89.98 =
tricity then as they.are now attracted dustry on famous Leningrad Highway .
AllnlOIEWEiRIII' by atomic power poten- Turning his interest in Edison two miles from the center of .
tials. In the early 1890s. when electrical development on the Son the city.

!1 Frazar started demonstrating Edi- of Heaven. Frazar of grew with He wit-the The two previous meetings of Consists of twin panel beds, 4-drawer vanity with t ,
USti'S son patents he sold an electrically power industry Japan. the Big Four Foreign Ministers ,.
operated street car. built at Philadelphia nessed the harnessing of lake regions held h e r eat SperidonovkaPalace swinging mirror and 4-drawer chest of drawers. Complete -

the Tokyo by Electric the J. C.Co.Brill Co., to lines, the which webbing cut of through transmission golf- set of hardwood in mellow maple finish. Suite is '

Fraaar today Is as optimistic courses factory cities and farmson The Coffee Man similar to illustration.
cheerful and business minded as a scale apparently never I
when I first met him dreamed of in neighboring China.
on the Cometh At Tea Time
Japan built high speed interurban
dock at Yokahama 20 years ago.
Frazar's first sales demonstration lines subways, and elevated trains CHICAGO lAP] A new American I
was in Toulon for the French while China moved with rickshaws enterprise threatens to put an :
Navy 'the Edison-Sims wheelbarrows and donkeys.In custom-
electri- end to an old American
depression years Japan exported going out for coffee. ;
to American stores Mickey The Industrial Hot Coffee serv-.
Mouse and .KatsenjammerKid Ice delivers the steaming bever- iiS
Christmas tree light bulbs age to 100 office and factory

and ornaments. buildings in Chicago. The coffee '. .' ,-o' .

AllUi1l0IlSBEA'IIIB They .thefted the trade title of men working like milk men. operate fv'/< :'
distrib- ;
Edison Mazda and called the prod- three trucks. They :, ,
Now AvailableA uct Masuda. a common Japanese ute coffee in insulated containerson

EASE! family name. They built electric a daily schedule along fixed ., ....
: "
Limited NumberTRIEDandPROVEN storage batteries.. sued a Philadel- routes. -:..\ -
phia manufacturer for infringement WalnutChifforobe

RELIEF e and got a Federal award of whereas the dream plans of har- '
This now Sonotono with To Sufferers From. over $3 million. Japan's atom professor nessing the Yangtze River in Comfortable Sofa Bed
-Magic Key" aolvoa the greatest engineers studied in American China for superpower will remaina 78 88
problem of all-to-one hear- ARTHRITISNEURITIS college laboratories. experimenting blueprint long after Japan's elec- .
IDa aids! Firtt-wear it with RHEUMATISMStiff with cyclotrons and trification program has sparkedher Coil Spring Construction
batteries inide-no battery atomic power. China continued to trade again from Tokyo to Reg. 34.95
cord: *. Stcoiui: --wlioiMvor you Muscle ft Joints fill her lamps with kerosene and Calcutta. Easily converts from night time bed to distinctive sofa. eon
want add long-bating EXTRA And Recurrent Pains power her ships with sail and Frazar. still the oldest Yankee springs plus fluffy padding make it extra comfortable. Roomy
POWER and ears op to % la After 10 years of vault-getttng roarareh. > steam. trader In the Orient imported the bedding compartment. Assorted tapestry coverings. --
battery costs treatment and development, Electricity. the Japanese learn- first telephone of Alexander Gra- 31.8 8
\ See tile Soaatiwal the dentist who created this instrument ed from American financial interests ham Bell who also is honored this 1
are making available) a ,was the key to their indus- year with a centennial;Frazar was w.
limited number of personalized NOR.
NEW MALJZERS. Each custom made to trial production progress a condi- selling Fords In Japan whed Henry
SONOTONE I oar laboratory every placementmade tion which today favors Japan in was putting them on country roadsin '
with a MONEY BACK GUAR winning the economic peace. America. Horse and buggy driv- 3 s Decorated ridged

with "MAlIC kEY:' ANTEE.boot this For remarkable complete Invention tnfonnauoa ers cursed the new machine. In walnut chlffo-
Japan the rickshaw men de- !-- '. top
dip This Ad and Man TIIdQJI.u BOYTETermit
SONOTONE" nounced Frazar's Ford.
OF ORLANDO
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UN Unit Snubs Evangelistic Campaign Gid ons'To Hear"Texas

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105 Franco StandLAKE To. Feature Moody Grads Evangelist

100 I
Northeast Again SUCCESS API] Sir I A citywide evangelistic campaign featuring four men! Bin Rice young Texas evangelist -
95 Ramaswami Mudaliar president of from Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, will begin at 11''! wm address the Orlando
90 the United Nations Economic and a.m. today in the Christian and Missionary Alliance'Church 'i Gideons at their breakfast meeting -
.NEW YORK [lAP The storm- 0 Social Council declared yesterdaythe tomorrow at 7:30: am. in theYMCA
the Christian
by Business Men's Com-.
sponsored
staggered East which has just .as General Assembly had ignoredits Pres. A. P. Swaidmarksaid
, finished digging itself out of a own stand against Franco mittee. Meetings will continue through Sunday March 16. J JI yesterday.
0' snowfall that was one of the worstIn 80 II Spain by voting; to give the International I I Bill Leach chalk artist formerlywith *' Rice is a brother of Dr. John
struck Winter's Chamber of Commerce a Universal studios in Hollywood -
years was by 75 be Mrs. Charles Given. Winder- I R. Rice. Wheaton D.author.
fury again last night. voice in UN affairs. will draw at each service. II I Bible teacher and evangel He
With snow already coming down 71 The Franco issue was raised by I Emil Aanderud of Sebring former mere. 'is here for a two weeks citywide
in. many seaboard areas theweatherman Jan Papanek. Czechoslovak representative -I l trumpet soloist with the Navy Besides congregational singing evangelistic campaign at the
said falls up to 10 65 during debate on an band will provide special musicat there will be solo and duet num-I Christian and Missionary Alliance'
Inches could be expected plus sleet Assembly resolution directing that I .
60 each meeting. bers. The program will 'tart'at Church sponsored by the Christ-
four non-governmental organizations
and rain today. i I Bill Rice young Texas evangelist ,7:30 p.m. The public is invited. 'tan Business Men's Committee.
the World Federation of
New York where a 11.6-foot 55 I I and brother of Dr. JohnR.
snowstorm late last week broke Trade Unions the AFL. the Inter- Rice, prominent MidwestBible
records for the past six years and 504S I national Co-Opeerative Alliance .
teacher and evangelist
and the International Chamber of -
New England were in for the worstof
it. Commerce-be permitted to sub- will brine a message at each
New York airline cancellations .co mit items for the council's agenda. service.
were begun. 3S The Assembly bad includedthe Darrell Freleigh recently activein
latter in the list despite Kansas City Youth for Christ T
Coastal New England was advlsed 32 charges that Franco Spain was a will direct the singing. Of
: to prepare for four to ,' 30 member of the CofC. Meetings will be held each nightat HEART
debt Inches while six to 10 I' .25 Sir Ramaswami explained the 7:30: o'clock with the Satur- THE
Inches forecast for other
were Assembly evidently had made an
day services moving to the First STORE
.northeastern areas. I' ,4"1"MI exception in'' the CofC case sinceit Baptist Church in conjunctionwith G
The storm was moving up from CRACKER JIM SEZ: This here February done weather, went down to freezin twice the nite after knew when it acted "whether Orlando Youth for Christ.
the South Atlantic coast. Mod-'I turned out too be the coldes in 50 years in.Orlandoan I the full moon, an then five days later an it shore I any of these had non-governmental I Members of the party will appear -
erate to heavy snow was reported it all started on that full moon the 6th of the organizations Spanish mem- on all three Orlando radio
In the Washington region. played ned with the tender vegetables and them bership or.not. stations.
month. Hits a known fact that February of 1895
Meanwhile the Coast Guard was the coldest till this one. but it didn't stay coldas I citrus trees an fruit. Hit wer'nt really warm none 'Bottles' Leach and Aanderud will visit
Capone
said it was giving aid to six ships ,
in.the Atlantic from long that time as it did this one. This here cold after that cold spell set in. the following schools: Grand Ave-
gale-haunted
New England to Bermuda.Merchants Luciano Link Hinted nue. Wednesday March 5, 8:30:
a jn.; Orlando Senior High.Thursday

CofC pliments breakfast of served the Orlando with the Transit com- 'Rival' Task Forces Near relations authorities HAVANA between are tUPJ investigating U.Charles S. and f'Luc-Cuban the Central.. March Friday.6. March 9:30: ajn.7. ;1 pjn.West; Rooted deep in.the recesses of time is

Co.Members ty..] Luciano former New York Kaley Avenue. Monday. March 10, the modern drug store*. Through 4,000
To Visit Stock of the two organiza- Pacific 'Battle' Showdown vice overlord and Ralph [Bottles 8:30 ajn.; Marks Street Monday
tions will meet at the CofC Bldg. Capone. older brother of the late'Scarface. March 10. 1 pjn.; Fairvilla Wed- years of recorded history the dispenser of
Fair Tomorrow at 9:30: am. and ride to the ex-1 WITH NAVAL TASK FORCE 38, Central PacificAP ." it was learned yester- nesday, March 12, 9:00: ajn.; Con-
of the
in the
position grounds in buses furnished drugs has stood high esteem
cord, Friday March 14. 8:30: ajn.
eastward "battle" One
for with Task Fleet
Merchants'Assn. by the Transit company. Spe- [ ] Racing a day.When
of the
embers he here was and Memorial Junior
will be for from the West Coast this force a initial advan- was Capone High Friday community. As the sciences of medicineand
and the Greater Orlando cial harness races run won big I seen frequently with Luciano. March 14, 9:20 ajn.
Chamber of Commerce will visit the benefit of the visitors.lilting I tage yesterday'with announcement that one of its daring There was speculation that ':apo.I merchandising have advanced,the out-

the Central Florida Livestock Exposition ._"L _I_ .._ submarines theoretically had knocked out the battleshipThree ne's presence here may have been Concord
tomorrow morning. tournaments, a V ,Iowa. | connected with the multi-million Church ward form of the ancient apothecary shop has changed.But .
L; B. McLeod. exposition president esque custom dating back to LI.U.I dollar black. market sugar racket
hundreds of miles
Ranging
I and other executives will I lonial times are still held in or four years are re- ahead of this fast carrier force now under investigation in theI Plans Song Service : service to the sick is still the very heart of our busi
greet the visitors at a midmorning Carolina. quired to raise a milk cow. I States.
1 the submarine Pomfret was credited I I I. H. Meredith internationallyknown ness.Our complete stock of Pharmaceuticals is the best
with a 10-torpedo attack on
the battleship before dawn Free Christian Science song leader and composerof the markets of the world afford. When illness
Friday that
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CUSTOM BUILT VENETIAN BLINDS FILM LIBRARY Gospel music and Charles S.
.. I drawing first blood In the Navy's
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Lecture To Be Offered Given, Chicago will have chargeof considerit
ALUMINUM. STEEL, WOOD News Sports, Comics. Advenure biggest postwar Pacific maneuvers. I strikes and your doctor. prescribes, we will
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GUARANTEED TEN DAY DELIVERY PHONE 2-1711 The only capital ship on either A free lecture on Christian .
Park
Science will be given in the audi- Methodist Church the a privilege to serve you.Angebilt
Terms 5.00 per month side, the Iowa was ruled out
V'EwET1 I Helm's Camera Shop torium of First Church of Christ. Rev. W. M. Irwin pastor an-
RAD BILL BLIND CO. of action and will tax: along onlyas nounced yesterday.
an observer. The Pomfret Scientist. Rosalind at Wall Sts.
3'1M E. Kiley Phoe z.un 1825 Edgewater DriveEASIEST I IV' escaped. tomorrow at 8 pjn. I Assisted by a chorus choir un- "
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der the direction of Mrs. Winifred
The rival forces are scheduledto The lecturer. Leonard T. Car-
meet somewhere west of Hawaiiin ney. CSB. of Beverly Hills. Calif. Smith with Mrs. Mary Ruth Click i Pharmacy
the next few days in an all- Is a member of the Board of Lec- at the piano a program of music
out "battle. Then they will join tureship of the Mother Church featuring in story and melody 27 N. Orange Ave. Phone 9831
for mock attacks on Johnston Island the First Church of Christ, Scientist some of the famous old hymns and
and Pearl Harbor. in Boston. I Gospel songs will be presented.
The lecture Is open to the Taking part in the narration will .
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i Plan to Quit India Open Monday EveningsWARREN'S San Juan Pharmacy
Ra i saw very significant Army maneu-
LONDON (AP A spokesman for vers in the Northwest." [a frontier
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India's Communist Party accused ,
with Russia Ganghdar Adhikari
t gnw.:: } }:} ; Britain yesterday of "double deal- Indian Communist executive com- .1
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H' June 1948. of Empire Communist par-. Winter Park Phone 68 _.1 .
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I Orlando, Florida, March 2, 1947 alit fctrahag ntttafl-&tar{ Page 5'I'

Freight Rate Hike Medical School 800 Students


Karl Lehmann NamedSchool JayCees Ready Contract For ,


t Upheld By Court Plan DisputedTALLAHASSEE St. Johns Work Enter ContestDELANDHigh

Montverde Head
[rAP The Citi- Beauty Contest school.students

: TALLAHASSEE [AP] A State Railroad Commission zens' Committee on Education and Expected Soon : from Orlando. Winter Park

t Florida truck lines the newly-organized Florida Medi- Apopka Daytona Beach. Winter
order to increase their
permitting ORMUNO POWERS ,
lr
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Committee hold Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] lr MAYME HODGKIN Garden. Sanford and Mt. Dora
freight rates by 10 per cent was upheld yesterday by Leon cal divergent Education views on providing professional [The Sudsy Sentinel-Star Staff Writer] TAMPA-The finals of the Miss [Our Own Staff Correspondent] more than 800 of them have regis-

. County Circuit Judge W. May Walker. training for the State's MONTVERDE-Karl Lehmann has been elected presi- Florida Pageant a state-wide con- SANFORD Sen. Spessard L.1' tered for the vocal contest-festival

The rail board's ruling was attacked in a petition- filed prospective physicians. dent of the Montverde School, a co-educational non-secta- test sponsored by the Florida State Holland advised yesterday that at with Stetson the district March high 7 In school connection band

. by several persons and organizations The medical committee for- rian institution of high school grade. Junior Chamber of Commerce to i I work on the St. Johns River deepening clinic.

Including the and Traffic Associations med in Jacksonville recently and Lehmann will continue in his position as secretary of select "Miss Florida of 1947." will project will be under contract Mrs. Veronica Davis Cove of

the St Petersburg of Miami: Chamber Tampa of listing among ito members I I the Lake County Chamber of Commerce. His services have be held in St. Petersburg June 5- by the end of March in a ,, Stetson Music School faculty
executive chairman for the -
prominent physicians and laymen been loaned by the letter to Mgr. Edward Higgins of songfest
Commerce and the Florida Rate 6-7. it was announced yesterdayby
sponsored by the Florida
I. Conference. from medical all parts school of the for State Florida as much of his time Bob Bishop of Orlando president -j the Chamber of Commerce.Sen. District <4< Vocal Assru. announces -

.I Attorneys for the petitioners wants and a wants its quickly.! necessary to do of the State JayCee organi Holland's letter stated: "I there will be 64 vocal
work at the
--' 'contended the rate inline hand- zation. I have just checked with the Chiefof events. Winners will go to the
education committee assist the board hi Engineer's office regarding the : State festival in
citizens' competition
ed down In Orlando Feb. 24. was The During a meeting here last night ,
announced after a 12-minute ;V which has Just completedan permanent staff. with Pres. Bishop. Bill Carter i two projects on the St. Johns ,' Tampa In April along with the
recess for consideration of evidence intensive survey of Florida's, He succeeds! Dr. y V '$ chairman of the Miss Florida 1 River mentioned in your letter of I' top contenders! in the other five
\ Feb. 20. districts in the State.
and statements submitted school system from kindergartento penter founder of try; Pageant and other members of the ;
In connectionwith; 'the issue. college says a medical school is who has resigned : committee it was decided to hold i "I am glad to advise that the Climax of the day's activities

They said they felt the increasewas too costly a project for the State 3. to retire. J. Kay the finals in St. Petersburg dur- Chief Engineer's Office expects win be a concert by the massed
chorus made of boys' and girls'glee
: to undertake at present and suggests Groveland. ing the convention of the Outdoor to have under contract by the up .
not sufficiently considered ti : j clubs. This will be at 4 p.m.In
that young Floridlans seeking board announced Writers of America there June 4-9. end of March work for the
before being granted and declared I careers in medicine be trainedon and Mrs. Carpenter where hundreds of writers and I deepening of the river to It feet Elizabeth Hall with a loud
Commissioner Wilbur .King newest a "regional basis." headed the photographers will gather from !,I from Palatka to Sanford. with speaker installed in the old art
member"of the ran board room for an overflow audience.
Florida would the nation. side channel to Enterprise as
This would mean put 35 over
years The win also be admittedto
lacked the to enable public
experience :
recommended: by the Chief Engineer
him to decide'a case : In his report dated Jan.
out-of-State institution, them to carry the most beautiful and talented girls Music Hall. the Little Theater and
out intensive: study. KIng took 11. 1940. at an estimated cost! of
: "
paying it perhaps $1,000 per year in Florida Carter stated "and Elizabeth Hall auditorium.
office a few days before the hear- Dr. Carpenter has $300,00
per student. This would permit the Florida JayCees are hopingto I Officers of District 4 Vocal
ing. Floridians to enter the ,out-of- forward to retirement send a "Miss Florida to the Higgins expressed his pleasure Assn. are president; Miss Marguerite -
Commission; attorneys argued State school on the same tuition years. Arnold said. national pageant at Atlantic that this contract will be let and Porter Daytona Beach!
that the interests of the Traffic basis as if the institution were : health he took a City who will be the Miss Amer- this work started. He said the' Mainland High School! ; vice-!
Associations and other parties to J. ED STOKES operated by the University of' two years ago. ica! of 1947." contract will probably be let in president. Miss Ollie Reese
the litigation could not be affectedby Neal Smith of three sections this being the first Whittle. Sanford: secretary:
Florida.
asks rate change. Between and the time of
pay now
the increased rate. Becauseof the medical committee president.The section. treasurer Mrs. Julia K. Campbell -
However
the State finals contests will be
this they said the petitionershad Montverde Orlando High School.
headed by Dr. T. Z. Cason of conducted in all sections of the
no right to enter the case. helping hand to
Jacksonville declares out-of-State State local JayCee organiza- Producers' CreditI
Fred PettUohn. accountant for the and girls of limited schooL by DELAND District 4 Band
Legislative professional schools are "hopelessly tions and the pageant committee I
commission testified that truck- Pay student becomes contest. scheduled at the high
a I
far from anxiousto number of Florida's
and win select
crowded. a Firm
Reports Big
school here March 7, will not lose
ing companies handling freight with his parents
accept students from other ; flower and festival "Queens" to be
within the State had been operat- friends thus reducing Plans entered in the State contest. money no matter what the weather
States. The Cason group adds Increase in FundsISoeciol does. At a cost of $162. Hubert
ing at a considerable loss and service. Such I I
needed the rate increase to avoid System RappedTALLAHASSEE thousands of ex-service-men now will furnish remunerative For : Demos to Meet to The Sunday Sentinel-Star !Talton. president of the DeLand
"going broke. taking pre-medical courses but Young Band and Orchestra Assn.. yesterday -
give practical SANFORD The Central Flor-
keep graduate schools operatingat took out $2.000 insurance
LIVE OAK rAP J. L. McMul- I a
produce industrious ida Production Credit Assn.. which
AP capacity for many years. Guests of the Demo- ; policy against rain.
] Rep. J. len. president Young I
dustrious habits has 295 farmer-stockholders hi
Forestry Service Ed Stokes of Bay County wants to The State education committee and alert minds cratic Clubs of Florida. announced the counties of Brevard. Seminole. {I The policy, written through the
let the [ Sentinel-Star] the first regular C. B. Stout Insurance Agency
people vote on whether yesterday that
on the other hand says Osceola and
careers according to Lake Volusia. Orange
Cites Forest Fire Florida legislators should be paid other educational An all-day meeting of the organization sincethl" I annual covers the outdoor maneuvers
Florida's
Pres. Carpenter. has just released its 13th
from 5 to 8'pm.. Talton said.
$100, a month or just a dollar a war will be held in Daytona i I
needs should be met before undertaking There are now 185 featuring an in- report showing an investment ,

Dangers in State year.The what "probably is the ple from half a dozen the Florida Citrus I 1 I Beach March 28-30. growth from $35 in 1934 to $93,737at I" PAA Orders New Planes
present constitution per- most expensive form of educa- Cuba at the school. the end of 1946. I
TALLAHASSEE TAP] The Unit- mits them only $6 a day while tion. It will present to the has a plant appraised new sec- II bers and 1.500 grower members. The financial statement shows: MIAMI API Humphrey W.
ed States Forest Service yesterday they are in session* total of 1947 Legislature ,an improvement and owns sufficient I In Lake Wales. Beginning at 10 ajn.. guests will Cash on hand $89,877; loans to Toomey Pan American Airways
reported Florida has 21,553,000 $360 every two years if the ses program calling for expenditure lands for the and banking be shown through the new sec- members $938,346; interest on'': Latin American division manager.
acres in of forest and watershed sion doesn't run overtime. of $16 million annual- ment and fish fry is sched- tionizing plant and other proper- loans not yet received $14,743; |i said yesterday that 20 new con'
lands
need fire
Adequate of protection.would High costs of living in hotels If over what is being spent on school.As. afternoon. ties. A fish fry In the local park Government bonds $244.500; Inter- solidated Vultee passenger planes
protection cost
will follow after which S. D. Sanders est on bonds not yet received $906; would be delivered in June for use
school at
..... $2,476,000 annually. Forest Super- and eating In restaurants duringthe the State system % In the past, the and grow- president of Columbia Bank furniture and fixtures $306; other tin I the Latin American routes..
visor John W. Squires of Tallahassee 1945 session brought a general present. annual pro- Columbia. S. C., assets $14.469 total owned
again conduct a an for Co-operatives. ; $1.-
complaint from the Senators and I
5,777,000 said.acres of Squires State and reported private Representatives that their income This does not include the $10 for six weeks boxes of fruit and others will speak. 303,147. The Association owes: I The Jumping mouse measures

forest land from the State wasn't enough to million it estimates would be I ing of the regular for the affair.' Among guests invited are Sen money borrowed for loans $992- I only about three Inches from
were protected during
Canners Co- I Peterson C. C. 227: other debts $197; total owed stem to
1948 at a cost of 704066. The pay expenses. Various attempts to necessary for a modem medical June. At the camp! Holland. Cong. height:i 1 stern but can jump from
money came from Federal State raise their own pay failed. training center nor the $1 million education and association mem- Commander and Marvin Walker. 992424. to 10 feet. .

and private sources.In Rep.Stokes who is coming backto it says would be needed each year offered.
a report on 1946 activities of the House this year after several to run it.
Florida's three national forests. years absence said he believes But Dr. Cason's medical com- Present plans of WINCHELL in recent

and board
Squires declared "intensive fores- Florida legislators either are un- mittee declares "reliable sources" of directors
try" was needed to provide a permanent derpaid or overpaid. have informed it the money for a development of a and articles has accused
Florida timber supply and professional school is available. at Montverde to
"Six dollars day for 60
per
that national forests "can do a days is not a just and fair compensation The Cason group doesn't go into beyond high school of having R'
special service In the productionof ," he said. details about the source of the Present officers and
high quality material" funds but says a medical schoolcan the school in addition COLLABORA- .
He reported 33.206,000 board "I propose to introduce a Constitutional be built In two years and penter are Mr.
feet of timber from Amendment to be submitted of the board
were eat the ; Mr.
pledges itself to for legislation
Osceola Apalachicola and Ocala to the people at the next press president; J. M. GOt
the
forests during 1946 and that general election to pay the members permitting construction. de. ; the
fire losses reached! a new low of the House and Senate $1.- Hendricks. DeLand A ;
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through the Forest Service's 200 a year or $1 per year and see Postal Colony Puts can. Tavares. L. .to 'tE 3\ \9
,protection and prescribed burning if the people wish to pay their Montverde '\ : A .tQ -
Raymer
programs. servants a reasonable sum for their Assets At $146,633Special Orlando. ,\ NE I onuorf.
Some 1.000 persons visited rec- work of if they wish the office to '(10NAT -'
reation areas In the national for- be purely an honorably one. [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] N,A 552 TRUTH
ests during the year and 4,000 CLERMONT Assets of the Citrus

sportsmen participated In the annual Law Review Board Postal Colony Co. of Clermont .
Ocala deer hunt. About 7,000 amounted to $146,633 as of Dec. At 1,060,945 ; .'
head of cattle grazed In the for- Formed at UofFGAINESVILLE 31, according to the annual report 0\ t"e"t' ..; : .
ests. mailed stockholders.The WINTER HAVEN o\\\e.e\ ..01U1 'j' : .
[API A student company has $20,000 worth week's citrus \. ;,"'"1 Here!I
Law Review Board has been organized ONA Ind. : .
of capital stock and earned a ed by the State ,ASl 6. .
For "color. freshness"In at the University of Flor- profit of $10,806 during 1946. Its Bureau totaled P o hs one.ant ; .

ida with Corneal Myers of Lake- service station did a gross businessof against 600.750 boxes \n dean c.ottes90 .
Kitchens! & Baths land, designated Editor-in-Chief $33,554 during 1946. and its This week's NfoeNaeaf'f 0.'2!01 t qXr '\;:

officials of the College of Law said packing house sold $14,994 worthof 252,339 boxes of 1.. v>utgess w'/O\\ut/ e N B C herM \ 'e..'-". :
I. e\ :
yesterday. fruit. '
s .
137 of r
and
oranges; J ( .
CHROMITE coUnt amine(
Executive officers in addition to 40N .
gerines. Last week's ; ne .
:
Myers are Harold B. Crosby of Road Board Defers 457,017 and 12.109.Season's pco des .
Kissimmee notes and comment Soe.ee.0
Building Contract totals 1. 131't ....es .
ZINC TILE editor; Herman Ulmer Jr. of 16.428,857 and 2. a.o

Jacksonville Supreme Court editor TALLAHASSEE [API The State total of 24,033,162 V. o' f\ot\tao. .1 reeve senttote -:
Louis Leibovit.of West Palm
; Road Department Board yesterday Ot\ongO r \\og
the
Beach. Legislation editor; and deferred awarding of contract .weh ,
... Install..d.r. HtU facUry aua.rvl.ate a Construction \"toU9" con.Zgthe
and fully! cuaraQuality ...... Myron Gibbons of Tampa school for construction of a new office es oolor' story 1 1teot
Law News editor. building here pending further Settlement v utCJess' ot t\\e in4oln reel in4ocm\ aecogc.

_.Idere4. Chremite .h the.I.s..t study of bids and qualifications of TAMPA TAP! ,M, out le tier m t Eac noshio9

priced wall til..s the market.- Navy Displays Rescue contractors. carpenters from ] ta y d\uottet\as to tenon shotcell
Southern Builders of Tallahassee t\eo \
\n
bossy ,Info (
ene.\es. -r\\e\
Myers met here on .
.Zinc like told or silver is a noanutins Equipment At Sanford last Thursday submitted an cuss plans for a 'llosbngdtoOn Em, b eon U\c.\o\ og wYrk "on

metaL [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] apparent low bid of $1,191,900 for on stabilization of ot F Oc tan on \\o'fe\\\ese 0 the Ne ell i ite9

SANFORD The exhibit from the construction. and working of tenon c.\90' fed b y is 4 ram no careThose
the Naval Technical Training Both groups \\to reQot eXCerp liar e cncacycecnln9
OPEN HOUSE TODAY Center at Jacksonville is on dis- Stetson To Install ness to co-operate been t\\tee but w e ear oe.o ,

III W. Winter Park ".... play at the Sanford Municipal New ment was reached. h\m( has d o show lrtlesr t"en\\c.\\1 :
Printing Press act
in connection with
Airport
hangar yes I
See ear Chromlte and Aluminum said one of their It 1 0
drminboard In home.METAL the ,kitchen of \h1aa.ea..WI the Southeastern States Glider [Special to Orlando Mominn Sentinel n lems was lack of Out own avid'll at \0 hole r
new. Contest. 0\
DELAND-Stetson University'sprint qualified carpenters. \\s'll \ "rnet\e.o ;
enotts
The Navy exhibit Includes sur- shop will install a new print- w nth et t S th By
vival equipment for pilots flying ing press this week to replace the Slate deo\\n" "e'lfs909 \et' ..0seoson..
Lawyers Follows
over water; such as the "Gibson old 1871 model which the school OS has this !
TILE CO. Girl." pyrotechnics parachute- I has been using for years In turning TAMPA [API The \ 1941' tenarr e.o entry IhexcerP

N M E. Ceitril Dial enl I packed life rafts and other equip- I I out the campus newspaper the Bar Assn. will hold oe is ot'f.. 6 old \to\\On Un\Itea Stoten t"\s t t1les

ment of air-sea rescue. Stetson Reporter. nual Convention ( Sl.eot: i""e ( nts co9GC1( nano, .
Ralph Marsicano, sln9 en9. em04es +\9
fork \ oust ;
IsO : enl
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man of the "'e"4f \Ito Se.\90ti 4f,0 o Ili of don : .ttli

I Chamber Sees Strong Market tee said yesterday.I ., cn Italy can cello h 0 th e I, e trop th e re4 aces Un\teg.I Stotesto r J Jte

wit
has totS
to. ion "e canto s. rive o do9\\ed;

In Farmers' Needs, Savings w17 hl dud.act 09r.ea \0 h Is na\\e h as ;nIn

asis
JACKSONVILLE [AP] Need for improvement in farm \ tetutn\ng.\stet. t"e N 0toOn '\ -

properties and facilities in Florida and the advanced financial \eno. stote9"4 tor act ire In.

0 condition of farmers, form a strong market for \ 1944.. .\s sg\ng\een very ten( ntn ate d

equipment for home and field, the Florida Stale Chamberof .\n ,90.. 11 Ilan tone, rah ore eons tree as sac'\ .

Commerce said yesterday. -r\\es( uCJ't"e Its oU9 lire yna ecgr has bee n th at hlA s ,;

I "Since 1940 the number of<, lark hpa/ d ",,,0 \.0\\0" that erneot ;1
1 farms In the State raising'products New \\to Sc. 'If\\e f on the to1'"e(
motor trucks of their own. Half 04
I valued up to $6,000 annually b\s his .
bens ot (
I I The of the State's farmers ride to town 4f"\e ( sane name.mom
LADIESbecause has increased 55 per cent. one tie fly
Bulk of the farms in Florida (89I in their own automobiles. aw.sort.. ( o on\1 4amAI
.... Get:1: \\\es tha 90tt\es th a one 1
'I
I per cent] fall within this $6.000 "One-third of the farmers'wives ac.TOxpm1.4.r..u.ae. 01 s a ; to 9l.olte. i .
: classification. in Florida enjoy the luxury \n9 sc.\9 and \sCfoe.e arch 4e)1
1p< tWe goods valued above $6,090 in in their homes while half of the \"eouCJ"tet\ d son, ..
4f\t\\ o\
1940. This number has increased! farms Are within one-fourth of 946.' ont\\

ti/41/au. B to 6.359 with 1,933 of them receiving a mile of an electric distributionline. 4f\te on Oct Z1. i s ", 1946.imese .

from $10.... to $ZO,'" I BmaUl. t h 10 ( wit 0"0c.t.1, -1
:
each and than two thousand "There radios and I "nUnr r .eaf.'DesaI
<< more are 33,871 1' It f ot't. ot ,
roe eastclear.
It shows receiving $20,000 or more 6,429 telephones on Florida's &1.-, noiseless itraintrt New \to S \\10 N ew s\ne.ete\1' G. G\ose.oU.Oi-f\ f
each.' 159 farms. *bearlnt. tool find 1AS
EI. 'tono\d
Bone tealac-of McJordan
hundreds of easy-to-use "To plow nearly two million It was emphasized that hi eachof I tonc Asarded.e. Walton GuotdiO : G.G a

I, acres of crop land. Florida farmers the above categories except in I:. Medical approval bj American Orlando Chainat \.0 \Signed1p ONA\:0\ \\Utont ro
color schemes and other have only 12,812 tractors and toharvest the number of automobiles ""re' Houwkeeplnc--flood Institute. Ad1

than five million markable ... Parents t1at10na
the more improvement I approxi Insumre.ONE WORZ
sparkling ideas for over
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lt unbay &nttitutar Hebrew race in this country or any other :

; I_ORLANDO.. flt country, condone these methods.Mr. I QMAMEN Praise Of Truman

Published ek1y. X_ T.W De,.. Fourth of July. Winchell should stick to his back-
Day. ThanlMgnniH" Pay and ChrlrtmM bi Sentnt1-StaZ
": ICh.Undo. .la D 0y Newvptpen. the.) at SMne south Orsn&SOrlando. stage and bedroom key-holing and g' t out By JOHN BRANSCOMBWhen Shocks A Friendly Enemy

;, Orlando. .florid.' MCODd-el.under the mattw Act c
for which he is not equipped nor never has courting we didn't hurry. I've known loversto those other two fellows again." It all goes to show I Editor The Sunday Sentinel-Star:
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TELEPHONE-AD Departments 4111 Are you sure you didnt get some-
sit in come secluded place by the hours saying that we want every thing in quick doses, even our
,
Sub cripa"i Price Sunday Onhr t L JB Per Yr. been. ones column mixed up with the
very little. dreaming much. and sighing a lot. but preaching.
I
MAnN A........, Piiusm Huanr Iu.ca EMTWMI. *. always unhurriedly. That's the best kind of courting And rm all for short sermons particularlywhen Hon. Pegler reading on what Friday Peg or am wrote

, Josm CAWWWI. CM. M... MAC. T. UVBMCI. Awr. D MERRY-GO-ROUND too. I'm on the receiving end. I belong-to the really about Pres. Truman. If this is all

C. W. UMTT. .... M..u K....T F. WAITW, Cuss: i But we have moved into a streamlined era. We school that contends that "in order for a sermon I the McCoy, then Peg must be slipping I
.
! Urns AMMOIM. MAMa W* U. N....., ComonMi, s.c. must do everything quickly. Press a button and get to be immortal, it doesn't have to be eternaL"But for that's the first time I '

. Presidential Headaches light. Step on the starter and get going. Step on I'd like to suggest that there is such a thingas ever heard that fugitive from ascavenger's
MemThe ... .. 'I'1Ie surl&tSt Pnu
. Associated Press to tzelutVSll the gas and get there. now. No more slow making haste slowly. There are lots of us that I cart ever say anything
, titled to UM use for re-pubUcation ci:U ocean crossing in an old boat. Let's crawl in a will die prematurely with heart ailments provokedby I 11 good about anyone. Why don't '
DREW PEARSON
, news otherwise dispatches accredited accredited to this to.,.pW it or and r plane after breakfast in New York .and eat dinnerin dashing around, rushing and speeding through : you hold his column out until he '
herem. e WASHINGTON-Inner circlers are wonderinghow need hour In church slips again. I'm sure there are a
also the local news published; London. life. All of us a worshipful I jj I
AU rUhtt for re-publieation ot special before the lid blows off the bitter internal lot of us who would enjoy the I
herein are also reserved. lonz We must save time so we can invent more periodically when we can sit quietly and meditate waiL .
dispatches feuding between Federal Reserve Board Chm. gadgets that will enable us to do what we have to hear some great music. listen to a message: from DANNY NOLAN. I bound to have been a tattle-tale _

, .PAGE 6. MARCH 2.,187 Marriner Eccles and his Junketing. effusive fellow do quickly so we will have more time to concoct still God's prophet. and Join in moments of prayerful I so to speak. An assembly of warning be- .
and actions
more gadgets. It's gotten into Give fellowship with people who believe something pro- disciplinary to
our reading. School Strike
us
TODAY'S THOUGHTS Discipline
: board member, "VagabondJake Vardaman, for- taken if carried out would have

: Let your speech be always with grace Naval aide to the President. short stories complete on one page.U' foundly.In a.wooded vista at Bok Tower there is a word Called far Too Severe topped it I believe.

. with salt, that ye may ]know how ye ought Crowded off the front pages partly because of gotten Into our churches. Parson give from John Burroughs carved on a rustic board, "1 Editor The Sunday Sentinel-Star: alL Let's A little get this warning clear once of action and for to
as good, stiff strong but don't extend it
answer every man.-Coloesians 46.: newsier Lilienthal story on Capitol Hill and sermon. have come here to find myself. It's so easy to get I wonder if expelling children follow should do some good but
beyond 20 minutes. Our fathers could listen for
because of the Federal Re- lost in the world." An hour spent in some church who took part in waUc-out at high why penalize these and upheld another -
two hours, but If beyond the 20-minute school will not be the kindof I
Board's bankerly restraint yon go will help us to find the rest of ourselves. Try It. You wrong group who refused to go to
of is than eloquence limit will be confronted by empty punishment. The loss of one :
; Discretion speech more : publicity this is currently you pews. haven't sot the time of course. But. take time. A class rooms and put them on a
week in school does
: to speak agreeably to him with whom ,we deal juiciest vendetta in the capital. Y There was a dominie who had a tendency toward man who doesn't have time to go to church is like one ;week vacation to one them thing to sure do pedestal so to speak.

J, more than to speak in good words or In food Inside betting is that the blow- long-windedness and after a spell he turnedto an automobile that doesn't have time. to get pretty much as they please which Both groups were wrong to the
nth degree but children have to
Bacon. will come soon with either a brother sitting in the Amen Corner and asked. gasoline. seems entirely opposite of discip- be shown; children can be shown
:; or Vardaman stepping outbecause "Can you give me the time? X left my watch at Dr. John R. Mott traveled across India to line of former :years. where grown ups bump their

the President's supply! of home." The man was member of the board. He see Gandhi only to discover on arrival that It used to be that when a student brains out and seem to never learn.

The Red Cross in Peace aspirin tablets is about exhausted j retorted "I haven't got a watch parson but there's Mahatma was observing his quiet day. Agreementwas skipped school they would I School is out tomorrow for teachers -
It all started when Truman ap- a calendar on the wall over there." And the sittersin made that Dr. Mott could come into his study have to stay in after school and meeting. Maybe they can

, ORGANIZATIONS WHICH pointed Vardaman to a comfortable the Amen Corner all echoed. Amen! At the provided he would join in the solitude for the make up more than they lost the learn enough to have courage to
during extra $15,000-a-year job on the Federal close of the sermon the preacher said "1 will be entire day. The two great men continued there hard way. Nothing will take the talk up to school board for Fair
him out glad if the board will for hours in absolute cockiness out of a youngster like Holiday as has been custom.
those Reserve Board to get meet me in the study at the quietness. Sometime later
emergencies usually are not taking away their privileges.
of the hair of White House personnel end of the service." A fellow came to the study Dr. Mott saw Gandhi and asked him if he were I imagine no one of the grownups -

together in a hurry and with no regard who were screaming about Vardamanthe whom the pastor had not seen before and when still observing a quiet day every week. The reply subjects Now some due are to going this to disciplinary fail their have had teachers forethought meeting enough here Fair to

expense. As a general rule they are former Naval Commodore's officiousness. How- asked what he desired, the man replied "You said was, "The world is so torn, war is so wide spread, action: Some win say that serves week so one day off would have

. which have practiced teamwork and ever; Truman soon realized that his headaches with you wanted the bored to meet with you, and and life Is so hectic that it is necessary for me them right on the other hand the been exactly right for school children -
Vardaman had only started. For Jake immediately brother I was among that number." now to observe two quiet days a week." So! Take students themselves are going to to attend Fair.I .

pared for their big tasks down through th began making public pronouncements against: the time to live. build up resentment never to be know some people" are join
forgotten either" for having to to that this is not much logic
cay
tranquil Y .rs. board's anti-inflation policies. Some preachers can say a lot in a few minutes.In go
"Be still and know that to school another year or not be- but think back of things you did
the Amen ; I am God. Amen! Therearent
seminary the recipe for good preachingwas
Eccles: appealedto
Such a group is the American Unable to muzzle Vardaman inz able to finish at all. or tried and wished to do and you
brilliant atheists.
that Vardaman was on this wise. "Stand Up! Speak Up! And Shut many The majority of I
Eccles pleaded
Truman. I. for one am not upholding the will have a different view of this.
Cross. talkingthat Up!" But there are others who are incapable of people who doubt God question the purposefulness
much
doing so much traveling and so strike or walkout because I think These children at least did not
Year after year they go through no one knew what he'was going' to say from of life, and are skeptical about religion. are those 1 it very much un-American. but I try to deprive some one of a Job

work-a-day tasks of keeping local one minute to the next. who live so feverishly and hurriedly and noisily do know that a thing of this nature and try to show them to be a nit
that they are never quiet long enough to hear the i is bound to have been known I l wit.
tions together, getting ready for the "Most people outside of Washington think "still small voice," and behold the face of God in i I by authorities as some student is: R. C.

" aster which will throw them into Vardaman is your personal spokesman. Mr. Presi- the evening star. The people who take time to live _. -

dent. said Eccles "and his Washington address; with great books, to listen to majestic music, to
geared action. Meantime their quiet listed in 'Who's Who' is the White House." breathe the atmosphere of a quiet evening to pauseat I CRACKER POLITICS

fill a great national need. Truman bluntly ordered Vardaman to stop his an altar in a church and wait for the voice of

stump-speaking but, now his ex-Naval aide has God are the people who become conscious of the
of the
In time organizati
war adopted a new technique. Vardaman is now making presence of God in the world and in the human State Legislators Turn Out

like a green bay tree, adding thousands "off-the-record" talks against Government infla- heart. j

its personnel and millions of tasks to tion policies at banker luncheons. All of us need to remove our feet from the \I As Brothers Under the Skin
In these talks Vardaman divides his time be- accelerator take our eyes off the speedometer and
daily routine. And a good, w tween denouncing Government red tape and Government 4 give our souls a chance to catch up with our bodies.A ", 1

> job is the result. credit policies which he and his Federal little more time spent at home with the family! ty ALLEN MORHIS -;

However it isn't the adrenalin-filled Reserve colleagues are supposed to enforce. Another would slow the divorce rate down. A little mOl e TALLAHASSEE-Some men serve in the Legislature

pet Vardaman. topic is Government "waste." However \ time spent; in church would slow the death rate for personal power; others in the hope of political preferment

spiration of a war, flood, earthquake, what he doesn't tell his listeners is that one oown. A little mere time spent with God would ; a few to guard special interests-business and other '-

demic or fire disaster which makes of his own office aides spends; part of his time doing hitting the ground running. It is essential that elevate the characters of people so that truth, goodness I ; perhaps a handful have been attracted by the pay

Red Cross a competent organization. It carpentry work In Vardaman's Washington homeat they take off slowly burn and stew a little, get and beauty would have a chance to flower in i: of Sfi a day, and the assembly is rounded out by those who
the taxpayers expense. Nor does Vardaman warmed up to the subject, feel out the congregation their lives.

the long years of experience in a mention the fact that he once put in a request begin to soar and at last in an outburst of God doesn't seem to ever get in a hurry. All of want Yet.only I suspect to serve the the most public.treasured -<

: world the welding together of for extra "sea-going" pay when he was sleeping enthusiasm reach a great crescendo and concludeon the time belongs to Him and He seems to always reward of legislative serviceIs Shalimar it was gladsome reun-

;spirited workers, the day-by-day doing safely ashore while attached to the White House the wings of the morning. A man must be a take plenty of time to build mountains dig oceans. the simple one of fellowship. ion.

as Naval aide. Nor does he ever refer to the fact: genius to do that and hold his crowd, They may fill the heavens with stars, and make a kingdomthat The upper chamber has a catchy + *

little things. that he once required Naval enlisted men to paint endure through one such; service, but their real vote will abide forever. I heard a group singing in I aying which captures this warm The 3d District fau-

And so when we are approached his house--all at the taxpayers' expense. comes the next Sunday and it is registered by their the Amen Corner last Sunday and asI listened. feeling; "Once a Senator, always cus, instituted first In 1945 by

week for our annual contribution to the Eccles: has slyly broached the subject ofVardaman's absence. this is what I heard a Senator!" Congr. Bob Sikes and State Sen.
:? dog robber"* [carpenter] at recent I heard a man telling of an experience when he Drop Thy still dews of quietness. That applies too, in the House
Cross in this first drive Newman C. Brackin. both of
peacetime board meetings, but without much luck. and two other speakers were on a panel discussion.He Till all our strivings cease; of Representatives. This comradeship Okaloosa, County
in
; several years, let us :remember the declared that the first speaker got up and spoke Take from our souls the strain and stress runs to death. No legislator Crestview
of triubteto
during Vardaman usually answers that his Naval Re- for three minutes and the crowd began to hiss and And let our ordered lives confess has been so obscure or so was in the nature a
the accomplished the
organization rank entitles him to a servant in his Washington much of but that ; these gentlemen as well as
serve boo him. Then the next man stood and spoke The beauty! of Thy peace. a blackguard -
national emergency, su ely. But let us home. However Vardaman seems to have no his is memorialized both other legislators.
far"t for two minutes and the audience started hissing And I found myself breathing a quiet word. passing Businessmen from the far
remember that the accomplishments answer for another poser'put; by. Eccles at a recent him. "When I got up to speak" said the modest and it w\'as. in speech and in the setting asideof reaches of the twin counties of

made possible, by the Red Cross doing Washington reception. man" what do yoa know? After I had spoken for AMEN. a black-edged page of the of- Brackin's district-Okaloosa and
"Wh)' is it that Vardaman's expense accountfor ficial journal. ,
In the
Rosa-turned out
in the prosaic yearS-without Santa
job the last is greater than mine has been Of course, there are those
year
-; of bands and flags and hurrahs during the entire 10 years I have been here?" WASHINGTON TREADMILL brass-souled men who once having cold.reach many the Valpariso before daylight Inn for the to
:slogans. asked. occupied a seat here do not
Eccles early breakfast of the legislators
5 Don Evans and his 1947 campaign So far Vardaman has come up with no satisfactory pulsate with desire to return with honoring by their presence not ;

.*:mittee deserve the backing of ,all_of. us answer. Judge Long Retiring ? the every convening other Spring of the; who legislature do not only the visitors but their official, ;;

the annual drive. The Red_Cross s o x seek an excuse to get to Tallahassee hosts, Sikes and Brackin.
.Tn>m rr. T>anir. the Florida news magnate trot The turnout seemed to dispose
*be a must on your giving budget. .i for a few days during the ses-
*make the workers' task easy. a long distance phone call from AFt. Pres.: Bill By FRANK A. KENNEDY Florida ranks gave the vacancy to | limitations to its recommendations icn-to return not as combatants beyond cavil of the Tallahassee ,

Green the other day putting in an urgent plea for WASHINGTON-The Pepper- Alabama. i such as the proviso for vacating but to mingle in the stir propaganda that Brackin could .

Methods newsprint. Holland bill intended to clear the Judge Morris subsequentlywas the roving commission when the of the chamber, the lobbies the not get the support of homefolk .
Winchell and Goebbels' is desperately hard for re-election should he win the ,
"Our paper at Tampa up way for appointment of a Federal named to the District Court next vacancy occurred In either hotel rooms. But these mavericksare
PREACHING OF hatred is an for paper," the AFL head told .Perry. And I am District after of the United States for the District jurisdiction. in the minority. I nomination for the 1949 Senate
Judge Judge
THE turning to as a last resort to loan or sell us Augus- It may be presumed that Presidency In the forthcoming
one of the many evils of the you of Columbia, a post which All this is but prelude to sayIng tl
Gainesville
tine Long of retires Pepper and Holland will stand session.
some. did not
which some 11 require endorsementsfrom there was something akinto
regime against *
Perry explained that newsprint was equally has an interesting judicial background the Florida Senators. upon this non-political unprejudiced sentimentality in the way
Americans fighting actively a- The close harmony prevailing
were scarce with him. in fact about the hardest problem and an oh, so interesting recommendation of the that Legislators of the 3d
Judge Morris' influential friendsin between the offices of the Governor -
time ago. facing his newspapers. However, he promised to do political foreground. Judicial Conference, as the Congressional District pan-
It is particularly unbecoming for his.best to help out the AFL paper at Tampa. So Some Republican members of the Justice Department never strongest argument in favor of handle Florida from the Aucilla and the Comptroller, a natural
bothered to ask result of Gov. Caldwell
them having -
retaining five Federal appointed
anyway. in
ter Winchell, who so deplored the after a series; of long distance calls. he finally the Senate Judiciary Committee the Florida jurisdictions.To judges. River west to Perdldo--greeted C. M. Gay of Orlando as -ot

tactics of the Nazis and their racial located some; newsprint near Pensacola which his almost grinnedout In 1939 and 1940. when a bill to most old tuners however, each other as they gathered in comptroller may settle a much ::]

dices, to be engaged in a postwar own paper at Pensacola would not need Immediately loud when enlarge the Federal judiciary came the Pepper-Holland bill cannot be caucus the other evening at chewed over bone of political con 4
of vilification.The and he notified Green to send a truck for it. they; read the up. Andrews and Pepper laid aside divorced from politics. Since taking Shalimar in Okaloosa county.In tention.
The truck arrived at the warehouse and was bill. "Here" they -. a few weeks they would be
loose-tongued Mr. Winchell, their differences to work for an control of the Senate, the The State Industrial Commission -
about to load on the newsprint when the truck seemed to say, additional Federal District Judgein Republicans have uttered many striving for advantage and belting annually pays thousands of
throws threats and warnings and driver suddenly asked the lone warehouse keeper: "is' where presently Florida to serve at large. The loud cnes of anguish when they their colleagues in the rough- unemployment com p f' ns a t Ion J

about like a pint-sized Hitler himself, "Where's your union card?" we can chief arguments suggested by viewed the present Federal judiciary and-tumble legislating. But at claims.
is engaged in attempting to perform a popular Florida's
rently
The warehouseman said he didn't have any. Atty Gen. Tom Watson top-heavy with New Deal apjointees. -
the operas and concerts of Tito Schipa Whereupon the truckman sent by the head of the act, and of, econOmy after- were the accumulations of cases If the Florida Senatorscan I THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON

cause he says the tenor sang for the AFL for the precious newsprint to publish the 1948. insert a on the several dockets. numberedin convince the Senate that a

was a Nazi and was so denounced by All paper at Tampa, turned round and drove Republican attorney the tens of thousand The new Judge is needed when Judge

mother.Mr. off. 3 in the Judiciary Florida Senators Committees convinced of the need the Long politics retires to behold it's the kindergarten Republicans Jesus Claimed No Earthly

Winchell is seeing ghosts in Apparently! the Tampa paper decided that it Federal judiciaryof for another Federal judge but by opportunity: they will so frame

corner. could: get along without newsprint rather than load Florida. the narrowest of margins. The the bill that no nomination can Greatness Dr. Gilroy Finds I
The U. S. Department of State says from a non-union warehouse. For the truck never Present qualifi- Watson committees finally approved the reach the Senate before Jan. 20,

has nothing against the great singer. came back. After going to all this trouble. Bill cations for voluntary retirementof additional judge but stipulated 1949. when they hope to take over Scripture: John 12:12-50; Mark 11:1-10 _
Federal Judges require a serviceof that he should
Green his newsprint. serve only until the White House; or perhaps they
never got
Orlando FBI office him clean WILLIAM
gives a By E. GILROY D. D."Claims" .
10 or more years, and the mini- the next vacancy in the northernor will insist; upon a rentleman':

of health.If The White House kept mum about it. but David mum age of 70 years" Judge Long southern districts occurred. agreement" on a Republican nominee does not seem quite the word to apply to the,

he was an active, dangerous Lilienthal seriously considered bowing out duringone was Pres. Roosevelt's first appointee Judge Long's prospective retire- if the bill is to be passed earl- sayings of Jesus concerning Himself. The word suggestsa
of the Nazi or Fascist parties he would to the Federal bench In ment will create that next self-assertiveness that
stage of the bitter Senate fight over his confirmation ier.For was in no sense characteristic of
standing trial in Europe and not given as chairman of the Atomic Energy Com Florida. having been commissioned vacancy. what it Is worth. Emory the Master or His spirit.
in June 1934. Meanwhile, Wailer
Pepper's Akerman of Orlando. son of the I
visa to visit. and sing in the U. S. mission. Former law partner was named to last He was confident concerning His mission and Histeaching.
Florida Republican Federal DistrictJudge
Two other jurists.!
Only the tough intervention of Pres. Truman He '
; the district judgeship at large, and was sure that H:
Federal District Judtes Strumof I to Florida. Alexander Aker-
OF record that Schipa did sing made the former TVA chief change his mind. I Jacksonville and Holland of mounted to the Circuit Court of man, currently is evincing strong had come from God, and that He ten where the discussion fen upon
FIS The incident occurred during the first big assault Appeals [his original objective, a was doing the Father's will. But
Nazis while his family was Miami [no relation to the Senator interest in bills affecting the Flor- the question of the human
on Lilienthal led by Sen. McKellar [tD- few years later. On Judge Waller's He claimed no earthly greatness.He J
helping the Allied cause in London. It ], have served more than 10 Ida Federal Judiciary. He is one of 1
who simultaneously elevation. said He was the disciples limitations of Jesus. Obviously
Tennl. and Sen. Bridges IR-NH1. Judge Devane. Andrews'law the among -
but have first attorneys to ask for
years, they many more i
that had
just possible Schipa a purpose were promoting ex-Sen. LaFollette Wisl years on the bench before attaining partner donned Judge Wal- copies of such bills. as one who served, that He there were limitations. He hungered -
performing for Herr Hitler and his for the atomic job. three score and ten. ler's judicial robes. had come to minister and not to and was thirst; He slept and ;>
This do not know. But do be ministered unto. and His mission -
we we
that if the State the At that time Lilienthal went to the White Judge Long will complete the UN nomination was enmeshed Women Voters League was -to give His life a ran- He wept; He felt the need of rest 'If

Department White House and told Presidential Assistant minimum span of age May 14. In the fierce battle within the Will Meet March 5 som for many and prayer; He was subject to
Legion the 40 et 8 search his record Clark Clifford that he was ready to step down There are other ways to retire on Senate Judiciary Committee So the word "claims' Is not temptation.The .

find it free of all taint. that's good rather than cause the White House embarrass- full pay. but none of them applyto involving the bid of former An article on the executive fully acceptable, though Jesus writer of the Book of Hebrews

for us. The local FBI has given ment." any Florida Federal jurists. GOT. Allred for one of the two branch of government in the I did assert with clearness His divIne has much to say about the
clearance to here. Circuit of Court of Appeals' "Model" State Constitution will nature. reality of His humanity in assertIng -
appear "I don't care what they say about me." Lilien- vacancies.The be discussed by the Winter Park- that it
The Pepper-Holland bill is being His divine mission and His at the same time wasIn
And while we're at it we might as ] thal told Clifford. "I'm not important. But I don't Orlando League of Women Voter! that He revealeddivinity.
routed to the Judiciary Sub- Texas squabble held divine authority That authority that humanity
record that Mr. Schipa's mother who Maybe It up at a meeting March 5 at 3 In
want to put 'the President on a spot. committee on Administration pre- Judge Devane's nomination for a pm. was of the truth inherent in the I and that in Him God and
chell denounced him. died in 1936. would be better for all concerned if I stepped aside the San Juan Hotel. Mrs. Lester
.says sided over by Sen Ferguson' tR- while, but that's another story. words He uttered. man were united. II
and let" the President" nominate someone- else. What Michl. He is in the forefront of In the event of Judge Long's retirement man Harris.of the constitution league, announced study chair-yes He really" made no claim exceptin But in that company of min

HAVE SAID before and we do you think? the extreme economy bloc which is the law. as it stands today terday. the truth that He declared, and isters was one man who believed

WE that the war is over. And "Well. I think I can tell you what the Boss demanding the full $6 billion cut would require Judge Devaneto Factors in the "administratbc I. Ills divinity was in the completeness that Jesus in His earthly life had
thinks about it. because I have already talked to in Pres. Truman's $37 1-% billion assume!': Judge Long's duties in disintegration and dispersal of with which He did the such unlimited knowledge and
reneat that a great voice. a great him." replied Clifford. "He won't hear of you with- budget. Ferguson seems sure to the Northern Florida District and executive power among large numbers Father's will. "In Him." wrote power that if He had chosen to do

talent is international. If Schipa did drawing. He asked you to take this job and he will embrace the opportunity to save would vacate the post of roving: of boards commissions and I Paul IColossian 29): "dwelleth so. He could have given to His age

faulty political beliefs during the stand behind you to the finish." the annual salary of $15,000 by District Judge. which Judge De bureaus" and plans of several all the fullness of the godhead electric lights and similar modern

world conflict, [and we have no proof Despite this assurance, Lilienthal requestedClifford | opposing the Pepper-Holland measure vane now holds. Hence the Pep- States for new or revised constitutions -I bodily." inventions.To .

he did] then we say it is time to forgive to sound out the President again. I or EO at least say committee per-Holland bill would repeal this are scheduled for discus I The revelation In Christ was me .och: an assumption Is
spokesmen.The limitation sion. of God's spiritual nature His at once questionable: unnecessary -
"Tell him that if he wants to name someone and hold the number of
forget* as long as we vigilantly and else I will gladly step" aside." prompted Lilienthal. peculiar quirk which Influenced judges in Florida to five insteadof Members are asked to bring grace and love toward\ man. the and dUtraeting. !".

F ntlv and continuously guard "If these attacks on me are causing him any embarrassment the. Florida Senators to reducing them to four, when copies of the Florida Constitution. message: of which was the gospel It diverts attention from the

p repetition of the hate creed preached I am ready to say. "to hell with it/** introducethe bill last week, goes Judge Long retires. the "Model Constitution" and that Jesus proclaimed.I uniquely moral and spiritual mission 1

c'evihshly and so successfully by the When Clifford reported the conversation to back to 1940 and before. Pepper their uniform notebooks. Mrs. have never seen any value in of Jesus. Ito
"?ime. and the late Sen. Andrews then Apart from the political angles Harris said. Anyone interested in speculations concerning the nature He did not come into the world
re, Truman. the President used a few verbal explosives ,
patching their a the study is invited to attend. of Jesus that clear it new machines and In-
were just up Quar- there is body of Federal jurists beyond give
It is not becoming for Mr. himself in reaffirming his support of the man he
rel over Curtis Waller, whom Pep- known as the Judicial Confer fact which His life and teachings ventions. He came to bear witness
Hebrew, to adopt the very tactics he had chosen to direct the nation's course In atomic per was backing for appointment ence. This Is the group which recommends WILL MEET WEDNESDAY I and His own declaration, establish unto truth to give men the message
No. 13.
been screaming to the high heavens development. to the Circuit Court of Appeals a additional judgeships Seminole Encampment -that He was one with the of God's lave and to incar- I
TOO?. will confer the Golden Rule
"Tell Dave Lilienthal" that my answer is "no/ which Justice Waller His mission the in Himself the love that He
for so many years. He is post now ; and other administrative Improvements Degree at 8 pm. Wednesday" at Father In a* nate
great tenor a great figure in the said Truman. "1 will not withdraw his name evenif j holds but which was denied him : to the Federal judiciary. the Fraternal Bldg- 236 S.Orange I Saviour of men. "He that hath bade them bear to one another.His
he asks me to do so. I have nominated him be-' at the time. Andrews was backing The Judicial Conference originally Ave.. D. T. Harris. Chief Patriarch seen Me hath ,seen the Father claim upon you and me is
music. And he is using Goebbels' cause I think he is the best man for the job and I j I' should lore :.
11 I Assistant Atty. Gen. James I ry recommended the roving Judge( I' announced yesterday. All patri- also. that we one another
to do it. We do not believe that the this U one fight I am determined to win." I lof Tampa. and the split In the for Florida, and it attached no tlarchs are urged to attend. I I sat once in a group of mlnis- u He has loved us.'m 1




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i Page 8 .ah.e fcrnifctg & itu I-&ter Orlando, Florida, March 2, 1947 : ,

BOB HAYES Score 39-37 : Veterans Score
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MIAMI-It was a grand day at Hialeah. And it was Buddy ewis Big Six LoopChanges I

. sultry here, too. Race track faithfuls shucked their coats :
Win Sanford :
f quickly, and perspired through the races. i ; Name Wins In Miami

In keeping with tradition, Hialeah race course offi- Ignores Nats'Latest '

_ cials routed out the 570 flamingos from their haven on the : ; Of Conference'KANSAS
:
"--. track's infield lake and colorfully paraded the stilted :Downs Jesuit a Annual RegattaMIAMI
CITY APJ
The
:. birds around the oval. .. Big
Six Conference
changed its
But one feature was missing. That uas; the Indians-t.he Seminoles -I SummonsBuddy name i
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Special! to The Sunday Sentinel Star! to the Mid-West Conference yes-
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infield to add color LAP waters
who In past years have taken over the track's LAKELAND Orlando High terday and added the University Choppy
to the Stakes feature. There was no official explanation I and stiff off-shore breeze
perennial Flamingo Schools darkhorse entry contin- of Colorado at Boulder. as a r ew a provided _
for the absence of the Indians although one wag in the ued on its winning way here last Lewis the Washington member effective Dec I, 1947! plenty to thrills yesterdayfor

f press box allowed as how they had unionized during the past year and night and. annexed the Group Senators' only holdout appeared The announcement was made by the opening races of the 34th
had "struck" for higher wages. 12. Class A basketball crown by determined xto get his raise of Prof. Sam Shirkey of the University annual Biscayne Bay Powerboat
]I defeating fourth-seeded Lakeland w ,i$2500 as he ignored*the latest of Missouri. secretary of the Regatta.

When Armed ran out of the money at Santa Anita yesterday 39-37 in a fast, spectacular contest summons from President Clark I II conference faculty committee fol- ;' Class A. C and M outboard hydroplane -
'" that saw the Tigers stage a lowing a series of meetings by the
there was considerable groaning in this race-happy city. A victory by 4 Griffith today.A tests saw three veteran
sensational second half rally to I|I committee and presidents of the
Armed would have made racing history Calumet Farms would have .,-.-- "&F I drivers score clean Jimmy
sweeps.
triumph in the closing seconds of V telephone call to his Gastonia Big Six member schools Friday
scored a double-barrelled win on both coasts that would have netted play. night! and Wallace, of Lima O. averaged
N. C., home revealed that the ex-I I yesterday.
\ 39.21 miles hour in
Warren' Wright's stable a neat package of S149,500-the greatest in I Sanford. another darkhorse per capturing
contestant
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Army pilot was flying his plane to Shirkey declined to comment both Class A heats Vic Scott. of
, history. Hereabouts Armed was the sure-shot and Faultless was the completed the cycle of sur-
on reports that the committeealso Tallahassee, Fhu world's record
an undisclosed destination but
doubtful Calumet entry before post-time. But Faultless came throughas prises by nosing out top-seeded
, -- was considering an applica- holder in Class C hydroplanes
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his name implies-and Armed wu dis-armed at the rich California Jesuit of Tampa 33-32. in a consolation -tOur Own Staff Photo: McCollum would return to his automobile tion for membership from Okla- swept all his starts and Virginia

meeting to prick hopes for-the "Calumet parlay." game. agency office on Monday. Lewis'family homa A. and M. College, )!is- Miller, of Fla.
Coach Mike Gaddis started his TL "E-UP FOR MOTORCYCLE RACES-J. C. Riddle, ]left and Dick < a tampa won the
Maybe this is worth passing on. Everett Clay the Hialeah publicity reserve Jesuit unit and Goose O'Brien are shown here giving their racing motorcycle a last-minute I said he would "sit it out" lIourl'alleonreren'e member, Class M\ events V
director, said be has never seen A. B. Plain Bert] Jones so Kettles' Celery-Feds bit them- inspection before taking to the one-mile dirt track at Seminole Speed- until his terms were met. He received but said the meeting would continue The main event today will be the

enthusiastic as be was over the performance Faultless turned In selves off a sizeable lead which way this afternoon to compete with 70-odd other drivers from over approximately $14,000 last that there for "some time yet" and 225-cubic inch event in which Guy
here yesterday. And over the Colts Derby chances. Ben trained they never relinquished duringthe nation were a "number of i Lombardo. orchestra leader who
tussle. the in the first annual $1,500 Florida All-Star Motorcycle year. important matters to be takenup. won recently in Detroit, was marked -
Willis rough-and-tumble Andersen Sanford center Races. Riddle and O'Brien are two of Orlando's "hottest" young Both practice sessions were .- I the favorite with his speedy

1ss14 captured the game'i high motorcycle dare-devils. rained out'for the second straight Present members of the confer- 'Tempo IVClass .

.iyNRo $ scoring honors with 13 points & V day. ence are the University of Missouri. Tommy A h'dropUnrs Havood Orland..eaad First HeatWoaby John
while Bragg and Tuero tied with University of Kansas.Kansas State Scbirfel OrelaBd Pa: third Donald

nine each for Jesuit. Star-Studded Field of 72 Riders TAMPA [uP] 111 appraise each College. University of Nebraska t I I White.Cl.w Pontiac A Hydroplanes. Mich. fFlnal Heat-Won
Orlando's conquest came as no man on what he does in games University of Oklahoma and Iowa 1 bjr White: terond Havood.
surprise. not in practice" said Johnny II State College. Atlanta PrFor."U Oa. -second Won Steve by Claude Gantner Smith.St.
Coach Ty Smith's Orange and Enter Motorcycle Races TodayA Neun the new Cincinnati Reds Loais: third Barney Thomas St. ClO1lcl.n. .
White clad eliminated Jef- ..
Tigers
he used
manager, as a delay
ferson of Tampa. 63-58 in their caused by a terrific rain and windstorm I I Shorts |I'
opening sklrm1sh.Thursday and star-6tudded field of 72 motorcycle racing riders will to give his squad a 45-min- Sports :
defeated Sanford Friday night to start time trial heats at 11 a.m. today at Seminole Speed- ute talk. Rain Delays

Faultless, although the record books will officially give credit toBen's enter the finals.. way in preparation for the finals of the $1,500 Florida All- golfers An outstanding headed by field Babe of Zaharias.women

son Jimmy wbo took Armed to the West Coast. It, by the Sanford Orlando and along Jesuit with will Lakeland.enter the Star :Motorcycle Races at 2 p.m. MIAMI BEACH UP] There Peggy Kirk. Margaret Gunther

way. was Ben's third Flamingo Stakes victory. Class A State Tournament at Heaans the list of entries are such performers as were more photographers and and Mrs. Albert Becker will compete -
Turf talk here. among the large gathering of sportswriters was I Tampa next week. Johnny Spei;elhoff of Milwaukee.' newsreel cameramen than Pirates'players in the renewal of the Florida Si.PeiePlay
Yankees. Calumet Wis.. 1946 200-mile national on the Pittsburgh East Coast Tourney opening at St.
"break up Calumet Farms: not break up the Although the final outcome wasjust
about the the railbirds f jchKtnpion: BJ1 Hugley of St Flamingo Park training ground Augustine Monday Jimmy I'I
Farms always a stable to be reckoned with at Kentucky Derby time, I way Sea breeze ex-Detroit Tiger Hank Greenberg -
V Petel : .. 1946 for the as Foxx:, now the ST. PETERSBURG LAP] Idle
has sort of monopolized the racing scene of late. had it figured, the manner in ; .rg. runner-up Corsair uniformfor managing St. Petersburg V
put on a
Novice 100-mile National Championship Saints and Tony Cue- yesterday because of rain con-
which Orlando won was little
*, t I
!short of amazing. ; Meet his first workout. cinello, Tampa Smoker pilot. have testants in the $10.000 St. Petersburg -
Tom Heeney, the former New Zealand heavyweight who lost a Lakeland left the floor at the yule 1941 I been installed favorites in the ( Open Golf Tournament
titular bout to Gene Tunney back in 1928. rode back from Hialeah. intermission enjoying a 25-10 lead champion CLEARWATER [UP] The Phil-' managers' division with Lou Smith hoped t for better weather for the
with us in Ev Clay's car. and it appeared as though the who adelphia Phillies strategy board, of the Cincinnati Enquirer for lengthy 36-hole final test today.A .
Tom is a character. He was born of Irish parents in New Zealand. plucky Tigers had shot their bolt, V Daytona sitting out a heavy rain today Indicated overall honors in the forthcoming ': heavy downpour which began
Forty-eight now he's beginning to fatten at the mid-riff. But he still but apparently Smith injected new pionship ( -Star! that Oscar Judd Tom Grapefruit League Golf Tourna- early in the morning and con-
has a marvelous sense of humor and he also has a prosperous bar life in his charges during the rest The field favored Sea- Hughes. Lynwood (Schoolboy ment at Tampa Monday. ',1 tinued intermittently throughout
drawn from of Daytona Rowe. Charley Schanz and Catchers and pitchers of the
period. the caused
over in Miami Beach. day the PGA Tournament -
For the Tigers bounded back dudes victor in the I knuckle ball specialist Dutch Leonard Buffalo Bisons open Spring training -
_: When war broke out, Tom took it upon himself to enlist in the lando and stuffto I Committee to decide to
B tournament have all shown enough at Bartow Wednesday. .
S,abees. He spent two years overseas, in ,Australia and the SouthFcifk. with a rash of field'goals which The downing sec rate as starting pitchers. Tommy Gomez Tampa heavy double up today with two 18-hole
closed the to 32-22 and at
lie didn't have. to enlist, but as he explained. "I just did itbecause the four-minute gap automatic time two; five-mile 27-22 but only weight, starts a comeback at Tam- j' rounds in order to complete the

I wanted to." in the last quarter Lakeland led five-mile scare of a life- MIAMI [UP] Infielder Johnny pa March 13 when he tangles with tourney on the scheduled' closing
-And Tunney, the guy who knocked him out In the 11th round of by 3231. mile expert them by a bat- Lucadello. who was the St. Louis Johnny Kapowlch Baltimore date.

their title scrap In 1928.; went to bat for the big New Zealander just It was the stellar play of Or- nals races in that fought Browns' last holdout was sold to scrapper In a 10-rounder Mrs.j'I
before he was discharged. When Heeney.returned to the'States from lando's Bummy Townsend underneath tions. | the way. the New, York Yankees for the Mildred (Babe Zaharias plans to TANKS ADD CRIBBER

overeeas. they rsked him where he wanted to be stationed. He named both baskets which netted John ',I 1 eno>lng a slim waiver price. go to Great Britain for the Na- BOSTON CAP] Carroll Robert
'I Daytona tional Amateur there Vogelaar. 235-pound University of
in
Florida. He was asbigned to a base in California. 'the Orange Countians a well-de third quarter June and San
Francisco tackle
today in yesterday
to also play In the Scottish
served Townsend tossedin HAVANA [IUPJ] The Boston Amaj j
wired [who. to the 'train- victory. set-
"I Quickly ,Tunney was navy's physical Seminole teur signed a National Football Leagu
six field goals and added Braves, by the sharp hittingof Championship. j,I
mr; set-upl and told him to either send me back overseas or to Florid six track eight i meant the paced. More than 100 of the 1 contract for the Boston Yanks.
charity tosses to total 18 points. I rookie first baseman. Earl country'seading
!' he grinned. the Sanford I'I IL. big Ray Gatch j
Meanwhile, the Tiger defense I up with a Torgeson, trimmed the Brooklyn skeet shooters will com
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fTwo days later big Tom was on his way back here. A. pete in the second I
limited Smoky Warren. Lake- Florida i handicapped Dodgers yesterday, 5 to 2, to even annual Sunny i was an assured victor In his bout
; land's sharp-shooting forward, of the the rest of tle their Spring training series at one South Championships at Miami with the 'flu but his ring battle
.i I got a bang tt'l&: of a story here In one of the local papers whoop- to six points-two field goals number races of continued to victory each.LAKELAND. next week Bruce Woodcock I with American Joe Bask will be
.up the Elmer Ray-Joe Walcott fight here in Burdine Stadium 'and a pair of free throws. Ray- riders had barely able to British heavyweight champion.'delaYed until next month

Tuesday night. bin garnered 12 points for. the prowess at << [UP] Roy Cullen-,
.tThe f story. built around Larry Amadee, a Joe Louis trainer said Dreadnoughts however. way. : Lions bine. counted on to replace the
In effect that Ray was the only fighter In the heavyweight division Tournament officials said no Bngance of consolation hard-hitting Hank Greenberg at WEEKLY
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that would "have a chance against Louis. That's probably true. But All-Tourney. team had been selected Ray Putnam i fourth-seeded first base, signed his 1947 Detroit .

.'the reasoning back of the statement provoked the laugh. Orland (21)1 Lakeland' (37) who set a : i leading all Tigers contract.
: .Amadee' said Louis was getting old-32-and that Ray was Just Hrr f i It tl "'.1'''' *t ft iiI 15-mile heat ROOF COATING: "BIRD'S"Same
I Mr-call f 4 1 warren f 2 6 five selected
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Faultless: Wins Flamingo ; Olhaverry Cops Santa 'Anita




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t ujJJ J favored Mount Favored Armed


TJ1T Fort Pierce Tavares Cops'C'Tourney

:r I V HEll MOSHEI :
Easy Victor In Finishes Fourth
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Weighty problems face the judges in the Sears-Senti-

:nel-Star fishing contest before any decisions on prizes can Ill U psefsApopka. At Umatilla 'I

be reached, and we're not trying to be funny, either. For Out of Money

instance, one of the big bass entered .was weighed on two Hialeah FeatureI (ISoe'tot' to The Sunday Sent net-Sfarl' (

scales-result: a difference of two pounds, approximately.So ;i In 'B' FinaleAn UMATILLA-The s<<

it will be mid-March at least. Just as predicted recently in BOI HAYES .. 'Itr '!d Tavares Bulldogs, ond-St'ed-I l ARCADIA. Calif. tAP A. Sil-%

this column before the judges can award any of the prizes in this tSentinei-Stor Sports Editor] .:fW/ t$( made a scoring er's Olhaverry won the $100,000

p, contest. The contest closed at midnight Feb. 28. I MIAMI-Al Snider booted Fault- alert band of Eagles from I the Group '7, Class C tourna- 'Santa Anita Handicap yesterday

less to a four-length victory In the Fort Pierce High* School ended ment here, "slo"A ed" down a little I i as favored Armed ran out.
Olhaverry a 15-1 shot came
Visiting in Orlando .yesterday was. a Tennessee sportsman, Joe I colorful $50.000 added Flamingo Apopka's undefeated streak and here tonight as they were held to I i from behind in the stretch to whipStitch

Moody. of MaryviUe. Tenn. Joe had just come up from Lake okee-I Stakes here at Hialeah! yesterdayto captured the Group 5. Class B less than 60 points for the first Again by: one length. Fare

chobee. where he had enjoyed marvelous black bass fishing establish the Brown Calumet basketball championship here last time in the meet in winning the Time was third. with Se-Tee-See

to the last day of the season. He used only a. Heddon River Runt ,bright Farm Kentucky colt as an Derby exceptionally prospect. night by defeating the topseededBlue tournament 55-36 from dark- and Armed right behind.I .
I importation from ChIle
with "weeder" attached. I gray
24-14 before an estimated -
Faultless forged to the front as Darters. horse" Lyman.
The largest bass he caught weighed 8% pounds and the limitof he rounded into the home stretch. 800 fans at Davis Armory. i i Coach Joe Jenkins' five displaying Olhaverry was ridden by Jockey
Melvin Peterson.
big ones was taken each day. Joe said without a bit of trouble.He Coasters
passing Stimulist. the early pacesetter I The smooth-clicking East .a smooth fast floor gam

fished out of Okeechobee City: where he was visiting a rela- I to win the 18th annual mile $." led most of the way during that gave them an early lead that Armed made a great bid coming -
I and a furlong feature in the impressive the slow, but hotly contested battle they continued to widen as the around the far turn but
five Homer Bible, af that place-and the actual fishing was done 4 Ij.p- seemed to if tiring
His waver as under
of 1:45 35. time
time : touches
.. and put the finishing game progressed were just too
in Lake where the Klssimme River joins the ,
Okeechobeti; near was two-fifths of a second off the the impost of 129 pounds in
on the outcome with a belated much for a gallant. scrappy Grey-
:\ big lake. record established for the race by spurt which netted eight pointsin hound five that asked for and gave the stretch. Olhaverry carried

'" Brevity in 1936 but was the second the last four minutes of play no quarter. I 116 pounds.
fastest for the distance at
Joe fell to talking about sports back In Tennessee: Hialeah this season. -quite a rally considering the The'Mount Dora girls* sextet. I Armed's money standing remained -

"Wild boar hunting Is our biggest sport right now, in our section." brand of offensive ball displayedlast Central Florida Conference unchanged as he failed to

he said. explaining that on several occasions he had acted as guideto Brabancon, who made his bid night. |I champs captured a preliminary pick up any part of the purse. Hestands
for the victory at the same time 38-33 victory from the rierson third with $459.775 behind
show sportsmen the boar country over in the Smokies.
of two hlgh- with
It and
Faultless came on. finished second was a race lassies in "district championship Whirlaway. $561,161
"We usually have to shoot these boars when they: take out with Rlskolater a close geared offenses running out' of battle". lUdlock led the Stymie. 516285.

after the sportsmen," is how Joe put it. "You see, these are really: third. Taultless rewarded $% win fuel 1 ftgalnst the slow but sure Dorans with 21 points while I I Olhaverry paid 532.':0, S15.....

mean villainous brutes these boars-dancerons came! When, the ticket holders with $4.90. Bra- zone defense, and the expected Smith had 24 for Pierson. I and S1050! Stitch Araln_ 417and _&_
-
average sportsman sees'one of them he can't connect with his rifle, ban eon paying: $6.40 to show and high-scoring duel never mai i I I The ail-district team selected in ; $11.80. and 're--"e Time.

the boat gets mad-and if'the sportsman is real lucky: he gets up a Riskolater $3.50 to place.A -. terialized. the order of votes received was: $16.00. The prices were boosted

tree!" shirt-sleeved crowd of 29,153 Fort Pierce's margin of victory Helms. Lyman; BrtggsPierson; substantially: as Armed, even

Joe said the guides hated to shoot the boars" unless it became largest of the 1947 racing season -lOur Own Staff Photo: McCoIlum came from a superb'defensive per- Sirmons. Tavares; Fretwell, Tav- money favorite ran out. The

to hunter who attacked in this area played $1.533.527 David of formances turned in by Charles ares; Greenland. Pierson; Hall time was 2:01 4.5 for the mile.
absolutely necessary' save a was being by I IlL USE THIS'X. PLEASE-Three-year-old Hughes son and -
through the mutuel windows during I!'Tavares Parker. Umatilla: McCor- one quarter.
a boar and who was unable to defend himself. mutuel handlefor Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hughes of 3200 Fairway eyes skeptically the iron Nichols and Bill Center who ; ,
The
the day. mick and Jones. Eau Gallie and
"Why. those chaps even throw down their rifles and run." said the Flamingo Stakes was $244.- I caddy Matt Coldyce suggests he uses. David is getting in practice for I' shackled Ronnie Richardson.Apopka's .I I, Holland. Tavares. < 000 The guarantee.winner's Stitch share Again was 100.took

Joe. That's when the boars take out after them. and there's nothingon 220. The victory was worth $49,500to the time when he can enter the Florida State Pee Wee Golf Tour elongated: center to the (Finals) :
: $20,000 for second Fare Time $10.*.
legs that can go faster than one of these wild Tennessee boars!" Calumet Farms. nament which will stage its first annual event at Dub. dread Country extent that Richardson wax onlv Tavarv SSH Lyman (M) I' 000. with Se-Tee-See $5.000 for

According to Moody the boars are not eatable after they are Ben the Calumet Farm Club March 1516. Tournament officials report that somewhere in able to chalk up one field goal. Headded Player' <. It tl Player If ft tr I fourth. Armed just missed part of
Jones three free throws to this! Sirmoni. I 8 O 111 WUIOD. t 4 1 I
killed. "Too tough" he said "but they make mighty nice trophies. for trainer. was enthusiastic after the neighborhood l Oi 75 youngsters through the age of 12 will compete. treedlove. f 0 1 1O Helm f S 3 13 the money, finishing fifth.
to tie J. C. Hicks for Apopka'sscoring Hall f 3 2 5 K. Mason c 3 2 5
mounting. the race over Faultless' chancesin lead with five points each. Holland. C I 4 20 H. Mason, f 1 2 4''
the Derby.: Jones who, has Kelly, c Oil Olpaon. I 022GIT. :

Speckled perch fishing Is now at its best or near it. Anglers will saddled thre Derby winners. including White Stable TwoYearOldsIn one-handed Nichols with tosses.five paced magnificent Fort i FretwelL. f f 2 I 0 2 41 4. i iHa ,Tiger Golf,

do well to try the lakes hereabouts while the black bass season is Calumet Farm's Whirl- "thorne. loa II
closed during March. There has talk about the away in 1941 and Pensive in Pierge's scoring with 10 points.Titusville's -lT55.TotaU rTio :
been some open sea- Terriers defeated Total 22 30Score Tennis Teams

con on bass being extended "for five days" but this rumor is abso- prospect 1944 said"looked his three-year-old good" as a Fast Workouts During Week Winter Park weary 33-32 in a con--,T...... or__period___?...u_.___ .12 1234 2O 3i S3Lrmaa '

lutely untrue. So fresh water fishermen will do well to concentrateon Derby: hopefuL I solation tussle that required an ._*._____u...__.*.__ 7 16 24 36 :

specks until April I, or catch up on their salt water fishing. lr DAVID [iriGGIEl FRIEDMAN extra period to decide. List Matches

OLDSMAR tAPl Tennessee [The Sundoy Sentinel-Stor! Homess-Hors Expert] Golf Stars PerformAt I
Apopka dominated 'the All- Golf and tennis teams from Or-
Kid. only mildly threatend. Fast workouts by two-year-olds from the Ben White Tournament squad along with Howey Today I lando High School open their
UNDERWATER Nat ReservedBox plowed his way to a one-length I
victory over Georgie V on a muddy: Stable featured the highlights of the training performances Fort Pierce. Picked by the [Soeotol! to The Sunday SenfinelSror1HOWEYINTHEHU.LSBet 1947 schedules Tuesday afternoon

PLUG track in the $1,000 Naples purseat of the past week at the Florida Livestock Exposition coaches. the squad was announced travelling to Lakeland for a.

Seats Sunshine Park yesterday. Grounds, Inc., half-mile track. as follows: Richardson ty Jameson top-ranking woman's double-header session with Dread
CaUkeg Trout Snook and Baa*. Easy Hicks and Ashley: Apopka; professional golf star who is currently naught links and court combines.
to throw. Nice action. I The winner clocked In 1:50.8 Gibson White, son of the noted trainer, Ben White Nichols and Tucker Fort Pierce: making her home in Orlando A return match will be played

BASS BUCK TAIL Go On SaleReserved paid $3.60. $2.80 and $2.70. drove the pacing colt. Titan Hall.< Mendel Tltnsville; McNichola. I :;'will appear here today at the in Orlando March 11.

Fun thru all weed.. Attracts hidden Second place was
.Baa. Vac nay park rind." box seat tickets for and $3.80. Sure Gift was a poor 2:29: 1-2. last quarter in :35 seconds Wins Beach; Joe.O'Steen Winter I match. I I Donald Dee r I n 1'. ,Kenneth

lie EACHBY the 11 home exhibition games of third returning $4.30. and Ben White drove the Kentucky Park and Futch. Tltusville. Miss Jameson will play with Art Kichl. Jack Bas br.: Jerry. :

MAIL the Washington Nationals will go The daily double paid 12340. trotting colt. Judge Moore. owned: Trophies to the championship!Toepka Hoey-in-the-Hllls pro. 1 Schultei Jimmy: Brass Wayne:

Cant Fix Hooks your old No.pine 1 Masta. on sale at Williams Smoke Shop.in Bare Wings won the first eventpaying and bred by W. N. Reynolds. a Fort Pierce team and a consolation -, Bob Munk Jacksonville. Ill. and Estey: and Austin Wilson.

the Angebilt Hotel building tomorrow $14.10. and Valdina Stroke mile in 2:27 1-2. last quarter in ;.Tony: Guimella. Woonsockett R. I. i' ."
Write "UNCLE CHARLIE" cup to Apopka were awarded Tennis members are Jack Sta.I
'I morning John Ganzel an- took the second and returned :35 1-4. Both trained impressively SEC TournamentLOUISVILLE I I The match will get underway at Conrad
by Loyal D. McNf. Winter Park ; ton Jr.. Reed Morris.
EDWARDS nounced yesterday. $9.80.
and in improved form. 2 p.m.
High School Stewart Jr.. Gene Carpenter. Billy
which principal and tourna- I 1
Reserved box seat tickets
tEals (CastiBc Champ. 4 Umei.l Followlni are th. workout from the I ment Uthlaut and Earl Compton.
441 Trenton, Orlando, Fla.Boats. may be purchased singly or for the various .t.bl..: [API) Kentucky director. Tosahatchee Game Club _
entire series are $1.20 per game. Zaharias Gains Ail art 2-jf.r-old trotteri anI... spec)- romped to its fourth I (Final)
straight
I: .
fitd. numbers in parentheti Indicate their Fort Pierce 424)1\ Aaooka (14)
Grandstand general admission will .u1 Southeastern Conference basket- Player, f, It II) PlayerI' ft ft t I Holds Annual BarbecueMany
be 85 cents. and bleacher seats 00 .EN WHITE: STABLE ball championship here last night Neman f 0 0 O'Ashley.' f 104
Finals In The varloui mtmbrri trained In 1m- I 1 1. Btr'kl a. t 2 0 4 Hick f 135 of Orlando's prominent
cents.Opening Play proved form the pat we**. MadUon Hanover with a 55-38 victory over Tulane 1 Nichols, e S 0 10 Rk-ha'dion. e 1 3 STucker.
home game for the worked mile la 2:38V,-:33. AmeS but only after overcoming the stiffest S 2 04 OilH.m. g 000 sportsmen left yesterday for the
Nats will be with the Chatta- Scot in 2' -:37'i: the trotting roll. Nib- Smith. ( J 04 Lishuey. tOOO Tosahatchee Game Presemwhere for
lik tIP; in 2:2....:33%*. Handily The following kind of opposition from the /Center. ( o r Channel t 0 0 0[
nooga Lookouts a week from to- At OrmondORMOND tr.ln.d their last ..a.rter or .a" upset-minded Green Wave. I !-. .,, ... ... they will be Joined by other
day.: m'l. at the end of their alow mile Adeline Total 12 0 24ToUI[ 14 sportsmen of Central Florida today DITTODUPLICATING
5 H.nonl' in :37'.: Mlbblemiu In 38: Second-seeded Louisiana State Halftime score: Apopka 11. Port Pierce 8.
Other home games are: BEACH AP] A 45- Wilbur Hanover In : "'.. latter. a likeable. : I became Tulane's second successive for the annual barbecue of the

St. Louis Browns. Mar. 15-10; foot putt for a birdie three on the rOltl>let and Britht Star In. :39' The upset victim in yesterday's semi- I Consolation. ..) Tosahatchee Game Preserve Club
trotters Adrian Hanover (3) paired with I
N Columbus IAA1, Mar. 19; Cincin- play-off 19th hole put Mrs. Mildred Deanna Hanover (3) .a handy mile In finals as the Greenies turned a Winter Pack(O..s-tim.3JH( Titusvillo, .. C2Ji ) I at the ranch house on the preserve MACHINES
Babe Zaharias into the finalsof .
w.WoddsFmestlis 22 Detroit
nati Reds. Mar. ; 2:3S:3T's.ASDCN: closely contested duel into a 63-50 flaw o ft tl Player ft tlWlthereil. grounds at 2 p.m.
g HOMESTEAD STASIS : : I __
Tigers Mar. 23; Chattanooga.Mar. the South Atlantic golf tournament Trainer Hurry Povnall. assisted by cakewalk. i I f 1 MendeO. f 1 13.Thames. .

Guides 24; Toledo (AA1.] April 2; here yesterday. brother Eucene.. due. to Assistant Trainer. Kentucky in its third day of .r f 4 I 0 1 2'Bnan.r.Patell. S e 0 a 2 0 0 4Brown. I
Pittsburgh Pirates. April 4. and The Babe was shooting sensa- Joe MeFdd being away on a "uIID..ntrip f .
Bigley 0 Mack 0J
lightly worked. the variou member. rewriting the tournament's record : ; II : : : rUTV
Osteen. e 10 LiU,. 0jWattles. WREtftt-A tPECI
Phillies April 5-6. tional with her
the Philadelphia golf along opponent -
Tackle
and In Improved form the forepart of the
book added an important new entry c 2 0 4 .....latn..r.4. 11 J
Margaret Gunther of Memphis W'Hk.' H..t..rl.ad 'worked the mile in in their 75-53 semi-final slide J. O'.t.e. S 0 I II( 1 1I

Chicago aw Its first locomotivein both of whom shot '72. one (2)2'30"-:311 In 2.30: -the.34.two finishing pacIng of colt.stride V.laft SO past Georgia Tech. In three I iChambers WiIIl.ms..I 0 2 0 1 01
games g 51Ttotal 1 '
1848. over men's par. for 18 holes- and feet from the finishim line and E. Pow- I Does pcmoi Because tV'S GOT HIM soug&'SbuLcicit'*
wpeq
records for nail worked Mamvcot <2> In 2371436',. they had scored 257 points, one 12 4 32 Total 13-;33 kLCP VtIi.5d4B0ULPE OITTtRY- AND ITS
women.
new course
handily The trotter: Gale Dean <3>. (E.Pownall point more than the record total I Halftime score: Tltauut& 11. Winter 5ygY'uMe sea KID 1> 6H066ST DAM STATE AUTO
The finals start today at 10:30.: op> paired with Margo Hanover. -
Park U.I cow A HE CAM THINK CPF$1KcRACXEQ'
Kirkof <3> IH. Pownall op) a mile in 2.1TV.32L _- 1 compiled in four games by the
Mrs. Zaharias meeting Peggy
FISHING WON : In an Impressive! performance 1946 Kentucky team. Each marker I BODYWORKS
Findlay Ohio who defeated E. POWNALL STABLE: 5tM.FINA3Apoeka
Fort Trainer Gene Pownall worked the trot- scored by the Wildcats in the title (4?) 55 .t ttlt Titu. CII) f. ft ttI S
Polly Riley of Worth. Texas yg
LAKE APOPKA. Modem Now Cabin I jtlnc colt. Steele Hanover a mile tilt added to the record. C. Alhle" 1 II 3 15 M.nd.. 1. 1 2 12 FlActI
Cru M,. Hat*.: T to 1* person, day' 3. and 2 in the other semi-final :38. howiBf Improvement. in J. C. Hicks, I 4 1 0 Futcll. f 5 10Dula. I AND FCA ISCLi .&NT 55RVIA'
In.2'311--1
S 0 0 0 Braner. 2 0 4
MO, -4.. $JOi up to S persons day match. manner: the trotting mare e '
$3O. Vfc-tfay $20. __nr.t_. Phono over (91. a lightly trained. mile : All positions on the first all- R. RlchardIM.ck.. I 0. 0 0 -
I 5321.NMce.FLeA 44M. Charter ''ishing Sorvie. ... :34',. handily. The balance of the table .OD. C T 1151.1111', I O' 0 0
3734. Orlando, Flaw trained lightly the forepart of Use week. Southeastern Conference Basket- Ollll.m. I 2 0 4 lAl.tlll S 2 I S .4
Baseball
Czar Says H. PYLE STABLE ball team announced at the annual ChanneL I 1 2 4.Partelow. g 0 0 0Tolsi a..
Th various member of tho table --I -
Will Equal RecordWEST trained In Improved form the past week. tournament here last night were 20 1 471 Total 14331Haiftim.
for Trainer Harry Pyle Mercy ...oba filled by Kentucky players and one More: Apcpka 22. TttauU1t 1$.
PALM BEACH API) worked the mile In 2:42-:3*: Rorksand a other the .
was on second team.
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.Quarter in 40. the pacing colt. Ohio Hal SEMIFINALS
CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Baseball Commissioner A. B. <2>. In 2 40-:38. the trotter.. Gremlin . Wallace Wan-Wan I Jones who Ft. p'.. (121 cc ft ttl\\ W. p.., (2J f. ft '
[Happy Chandler predicted In 2"U\.-'34. handily: Guy Happy played through most of the tourna- S 2. 4WltbrrelL, 1 0 3 3'I''I'N.leoa.
Thoughts (3> In J32V,-:36H and th* 3. IItrlck- IJ. 0'8t..n. 1 2 2 5land.
yesterday: that the season aboutto gelding. The Directly ment because of an injury to the I
pacing Judge <6) 1 2 0 4 BI.II7. 1 0 0 0Nicholu. TIRESand
HAVE 'TOUR PAINT RENEWED start would equal last :year'sin In 232: -:34H. handily Wildcats' regular center was on e I 0 lOBrown.' e 3 I 7Tuek.r. General
attendance when he said 53 C. P. CHAPPEL STABLE the first team with Kentucky For-I I 1 I 7Jim, 0'8t.. I 2 3 1Smith.
Trainer CDappell worked the pacing g 2 1 I Chambers e 0 0 0Center.
million admissions were recorded colt. No Mo Direct (2>. .a handy mile in wards Jack Tingle and Joe Holland g 1 0 2',
WAXING 8 POLISHINGGENERAL for major and minor league 2 af 41 the-:3 a'7uroeldl, going easy and with working the the balance aged and Guards Ralph Beard and Harvey. g 0 0 iU2'32\
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games. member of the stabl. the paeer Ro Kenny Rollins. Grcza was on the I Total !! Total 7523
OVERHAULING Dillard (3> .Orey Castle <4>. Wyn-E-Law second team. Tingle became the 'f Port Pierce 12. Winter Park 7.Otflclala .
aAsK aALL RESULTS 15'< Oay Adam and the trotter Ruth ,
--Hut DC* and Hotqnilt.
(His b School) Ouy i5. mue in 2.35-.34: first player in history to make the AIR FOAM
0..... 2. CI... A at Lakeland: Trainer Floyd Harris worked the trot- team four times. Jones and Beard Goodyear :

A. P. CLARK MOTORS, Inc. OH Sanford LAN DO 3Josuit 3*. Lakeland U' Consolation JT. .). ter.in 2 Earl 28-'3f Joie Mite ($>. a handy mil I are repeaters from last year. Georgia Tech Cops

TOM StORY STABLE (al mile track. Four Kentuckians the
aru* J. Crass 5: were on
.... ..,. AAU Meet
Ocala' 3t KenaritniM IT. .i. Drivino Pack) Southeastern
ut N. ORANGE PHONE 2-0748 1946 but the 1947 selections 2-0429
team I Orlando
G..... 7. CI... S. Trainer Tom Berry. worked the 2pear.old Winter Park 47S TELEPHONES
Tarpon S.rmgs ,.. Brandon 3$. member In Improved form the pat marked the first time one team ATHENS. Oa. [UP1 Johnny I
G..... 4. Class B at Lomburt! week. The pacing colt*. KUco Dale the monopolized the first team. Hiles. brilliant young freestyler.
.I ...._ 27. Custis: 22.St. mile In 231-:32'4- Poplar Valo In 2:32-:
0 Lao 40. Laosbur :11 (Consolation). :32\.: Poplar P D R. In 2.33-.33, Mana This year's selections made, scored 28 points here yesterday to :
Orouo T, Class C at Umatilla: Hanover ha. been shifted over to the pare, through a poll of sports writers pace Georgia Tech to an overwhelming I i JiyJiH1JPh
Tavares SS. Lyman 3$. and trained a mllo In 2 50-:37. second '
0..... S. Class B at Orlando: time trained. on th* lateral salt. The trotting and coaches was sponsored by the team victory in the
Ft. Pwrco 24. Apopka ae.Tit."i. colt*. Arnold Hanover, a mile in Southeastern Conference Coaches Southeastern AAU swimming and I 1280 ORANGE AVE WINTER PA2K.PLA O.sgda3.$435
... 233-:33'-,: Voloptou In 2.34-:33',
LUMBER 13, Winter Park overtime con : :
lation Rollo In 2:34--34. Dr. Malone ia 2.35- Assn. In the past the teams have diving championships.i I
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........ 47. Titusvill. 11. (SonMfinalsl.Fort ; :35: Hiahland Lassie In 2.33--34 and been named through a poll con. i Dick Blank. Emory merman ?* *&{ (TATE iTREET AUTO. BODYWORKS. A
21. C..mi-, Whippet Charlie in 2,3<" -:33 H; the.
Fierce 22. Winter Park i
ttnajls). 1 five 3rroI.. Including the pacer ducted by the Associated Press.The |racked up 26 points to take sec- S 8 STATf STOffLANDO.FLA.J
UIUNNG SUPPLIES Oroup 1. Class A at Tampa: Poplar Byrd. Ann Bellows and Direct Chief selections. : jond place in the individual point
HHIitrarouqh 4$. St. Petersburg IS.Group and the trotteri. Way. Yonder and Nymph First T."..%. Position scoring. Tech natators amassed 85
1. Class A at Jacksonville: Hanover.ed mile. from 2.33 to 2.40 i
WINDOWS PLASTER .._I. 37. .- (Tallahassee 11. the past week' Tinale. Kellll1ck7, 105..41HolI.Od. points in sweeping to team honors
G..... 4. CI... A at Ft. Lav ).......: Owner . Hllmer worked the threemembers Krntut'kY. forward.Jones. with second.place Emory gaining j
of the table In Improved-form KentllckY. renter.RollinS. .
Ft. Lauderdato 4$ --Miami eacM 20.
FLOORING SIDING I the past week The pacer Star You (8>. Kentucky, suard.Beard. 45 and Georgia 24. .
(C.II ) In 2.14"-:32"' Don Worthy <5>. .in Kentackr, luard.ftaeond .
lEe Tourney at Louisville: Semifinals .. 2 m.--33S and the trotter. Letor (II.> Team, p...iti..m !
Tech SI. (
CEILING ROOFING I Kentucky 7S. Georgia In 21332. Caribou and reindeer are the
). Athaa. TnUne. forward.
Owner. Len Mirphy worked the 3- r.""- 'only members of the deer family
TuUne 43. LSU *a (Semi-finals) Brian. Louisiana State I
BRICKS CEDAR SHINGLES Kentucky 55. Tulan M (Finals' ). old 2 trotter.3733.whippet Will a bandy mAlein Groa. Kentucky center. In which both sexes have antlers

(Regular, Coli... flames) VISITORS AND TRACK NOTES Mr. Perkins. Tulane. taard.BroTle .
I Harvard t.. Colombia SO. and Mr.. R. c. Larkln the former the *. Georgia Tech. guard. I
SHEATHING FRAMING Minnesota( SS. Wisconsin SS. president of the Lexington Trot Breeder ------ !
Texas Wesleyan M. Loyola' St. Assn. and owner of Poplar Byrd.larest GLOVER GRILL
Iowa $1. Purdue 4S.Pennsylvania money-winning. 2-year-old. pacer 2-year-old pacing eolt. Mamscot. over U I
NAILS SO. Dartmouth SO of 194 and owner .S Poplar Hill farm. brother Gene for further development 7 S. COCRT ST.
Notre Dame SS. Northwestern SS.CCNV The- baker Arm and Carl Hatrhell Stables ,
Lexiatoa Ky.i Mr. and Mr* James B. last 14 Block: From Orance ATC.
M. Fordham S7.Nvvy Johnson Jr. owners. of C..tltlon Farm.Lexinston snipped oat the past week. for Holly .*
C4. Army 42. : Mr. and Mrs 1. B 8mithaand wood Park.aJII lewoud. Cal irer < Good Food Reaonakle Prices FILM LIBRARY
PHILLIPS INDUSTRIES INC.PHONE Indiana 4*. Illinois. 41. Owen Hardin of Edlnbur: tnd. -patron racing opens on April 21 WE SFRVE ONLY THE BEST
Michigan S*. Moc"...n state 47. of the H. Pyle 8sbleMr.. and Mr*. days of Harness ..clnl.Du. WESTERN STEAKS
Minnesota sa. Wisconsin SS.radiey W. Sheeler. Reading Pa : Mr and Mr*. .. to heavy rataa the latter part ol
4*. Kansas State ..1.Col..t. P: Combe York Pat T. W. Murphy.Poushkreptte. the week. training operation wee cur Home Baked Pastry and Rolls
2-1229 MICHIGAN AVE. AT ACL RY. SO. Syracuse ... N. Y. horseman of the tailed. S Large Assortment of Comics Sports,
West VirfinM 72. Pitt 55. old school; Mr. and Mr*. H. Ooerlager and
eCitatfel M. Cktmwi. SI. Mr and Mrs. CUfford Went WtlkesBarre. News Adventure, for rental or sale.
Maryland SJ. VMI 45. P* : Mr. .ad Mra. Allen W. Scott. MODERN EQUIPMENTWe
'A William and Mary SS. Washington an...d Cadis. Ohio.. and Mr. and Mr*. C. H. I't! COX
r Lee 37. Olnley, Hoitan. Maine II TOM Ilill hare done away with Releases by Castle, Pictorial or Offielal.S .
14?. and Mr J. D Din. Wlbsika.Minn .
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I HOCKEY SCORES .: Mr. and Mrs W. E. Came and I, I Winter GardenNationally II the shaving mug and brush .
20 YEARS EXPERIENCEWe ...t... 2. Montreal 1. Mr. and Mrs P. W Tanner.. Albion. N Ys Take Advantage of the Week-End Spe-
Nersney 10. Providence 7. t FrankBuck- 0 NetU publicity director.United I! II Famous ill I EOLA BARBER SHOPA.
New Haven S. Philadelphia' S (tie). C
State Trotting Alsn. Hartford.Coon.
I DIc..iaPr.6.. for e'Price of one.
cial-two
Cleveland 2. Buffalo- (tie). ., aud Jerry Shively.. representing 'It I Men's Wear L. days ;
Pittsburgh 14. St. Louis 4. I Hoof Beats Indianapoiia. Ind.. and J. F i 'III Or aelo'. only air-condiUoirrd shop
can point with pride to Sound Systems Detroit I. Toronto 4.S.nsfmtd j I Berk. Cmatllla. Fla. :ill Tear 'Round l.ew'Pricu i I 22 E. Washington st.
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0 Indianapolie 2. Trainer Harry Pownall baa tUl'lledh..
designed and built by us that have beenin PHONE 21743Helm's


service for more than a decade and still UP;; (YOUR I NE I :] I IN Ij AS.ESTOS

,giving satisfactory service. Our 20 years 1H.P.. Camera Shop

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experience is at your service. I 'Come in and get a LOA SIDING CDMPRES! K I 1825 Edgewater Drive


See us before you rent or buy. '75To3OO CIMPARESSIRITUjt'd : $12.50 SQ. $80.00 i


Auto Personal gil l$. 12.ee.

$100 S 7.7$ S 9.46 HUNTER ATTIC FIIS-3& and. 42"

MillER RADIO CO. Lcnunetdal v/iedit SAUi ... $150 11.67 14.15
_' $200 15 47 11.11 Free Estimates On Roofing
OIlPOAATU
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Termite Shields Made to Asbestos Shingles : : !
SUNDAY MARCH 2, 1947 THE SUNDAY SENTINEL-STAR. ORLANDO. FLORIDAfleaaraai 10
Order 1 Metal Shingles ud Roofing

Ventilators Builcl-up Roofing I, I completed. The foundation for the ,! and adding a new front on his gas
DeLand ClosesFew Small Investors Sanford Building bus terminaL $22,000. will be j; station at Second St. and San-
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Galvanized and Copper Gutter Composition Roofing L poured shortly and that building: ford Ave. aa cost of 3000.
I will get underway at Hood St. and A large number of permits have
Chimney Caps Shingles Commercial Avfe. I! been secured for reroofing. some

ROOF PAINTING .Sales Enter Rental Field Tops $$105,000 booth The on Tourist the Municipal Information Zoo of Temple which, part Jobs of are the the fire Masonic station, 'I

property is about half completed. the Seminole Laundry. Sanfordj]
C. J. Lockyer Phone 2-2074 11I I I It will cost $4,000: I I II ,I Public Library. Yacht Club bUild-
,'T. A. PRICE By VIOLET DUNHAM [Special to The Sunday Sentinet-Starl! John Krider is adding repairs ing and the Park Apartments. I
30 Years of Master Roofing [Our Own Stoff Correspondent! ] [Exec Sec, Florida Association of Realtorsl! SANFORD Building permitsfor I -- -- --
Licensed and Bonded Free Estimates DELAND February's lull in the first two months of 1947 I
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ONLY 1,500,000 dwelling units are needed in the United In the City of Sanford were ap- REAL ESTATE F. H. A. INSURED
real
estate activity here continued
which would
to take the edge off the housing shortage. More proximately: 105000.
during last week with only negligible than that, it was revealed in the survey of National appear to be light compared to
small deals being closed. the amount of construction now : MORTGAGE LOANS
ciation of Real Estate Boards, would almost ASSO-I under way.However. *
FOR SALE'Owner Whether the market would saturation point. A quick survey of Florida cities I the greater number I FOR
again build up to the passed that the State is doing its share. of permits for present construction
heights is doubtful this vicinityas : were obtained during the : New Construction, home purchase, refinancing.
offers attractive new 2-bedroom residence with two acres in producing the needed units and
Building Permits latter of 1946.
of beautiful Magnolia shaded waterfront property on Lake prices continue to drop slightly. encouraging signs of small inves- part I
between Tavares Of the above figure the largest SEE OR CALL [PHONE 8881
Harris located on private road off Route 441
with Many of the recently completed tors entering the rental field againare Top $600.000 Mark. items are the Holler Motor Sales
and Leesburg. Insulated dwelling includes large living room
homes stand and building at the of the Ritz
walls and built-in bookcases bath and allelectrictile vacant shown.Unprecedented demandfor rear
panelled tile [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Stor]
kitchen large screened porch private water system pumps there is indication that some of rental units both houses and ST. PETERSBURGFebruarybuilding Theater on Second and Palmetto. JOE G. MYERS REALTOR
and storage house. This property may also be purchased com- them will remain so until the This $20,000 structure will be
pletely furnished. including electric stove refrigerator ho.t water prices are cut still further. apartments is reported. permits here passed an L-shape of quonset type witha 29 WEST WASHINGTON ST.INTERLAKEN .
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$600,000 this week when permitsfor stone front and !is about a third
boat and
.heater, washing machine motor.
Now that some of the demandfor LMPORTAXT TO the
MOST seven pieces of constructionfor ..
home building has subsidedat teal estate
"ALL FURNISHED AND HEAVEN, TOO. FOR $12,500" industryis totals of $37,500 were recordedin
present price levels home own- the introduction of Senate .
one day.Hester
$9,800 ers and real estate men have turn- Bill 415 to amend rent control 1
ed to improvement of property.The by Sen. Albert \\'. Hawkes of
$60,000 courthouse New Jersey. It has three Im- Buys Building a
Improvement
P..O. Box 338 Tavares Ph. 59 Green 1 1I
which mainly consisted of portant divisions: Ill Rent control [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star
waterproofing the structure is shall terminate on April 30. LEESBURG-The building In -w..t=
almost completed. The building is 1948; [I2] No maximum rents rarurt '.4 tip U
which Hester's Drive-In !is located :
now bright white trimmed In shall be maintained for any ate 1 Ase fAItvItw'
; x: cream color. housing accommodations which has been purchased by Mr. Hester

\ Sale of tax property continues were not so rented during the from Schneider's Creamery for- 1I
every two weeks and interest is period Feb. 1. 1945 to Jan. 31, $14,000.
still high in these sales. Many pea 194J. or which is newly con s, t La
ple who have purchased this typeof Groveland Lots Sold --1 I ; r .
t property have cleared up the I
titles to the land and are laying (Srieiol to Th* Sunday Sentir '-Storl
GROVELAND-Albert and Rob-
plans for development as sub-
divisions at some time in the near ert Rodenhouse have bought 32
lots in North Shore Drive Estates
future. a I
1 from Mr. and Mrs. John Kos for ;Mv.I
Preparations are being con-
f4ww $3.500.
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tinued for the new $300,000 Col-
lege Arms Hotel and actual con-
struction is expected to begin } ANNOUNCEMENT I
+ within a few months. The hotel 6'

will be built on part of the present T. my friends and cnstomr/i.
OWNER OFFERS FOR SALE: A real home completely rebuilt, golf course grounds and will face ..-' LL"i
I am in business for myself.
situated among beautiful palms and citrus trees surrounded with t E. New York Ave. "I FLOOR SANDING-FINISHINGCLEANING 1
shrubs on 1VJ.! acres of land. This home consists of 2 bedrooms, -WAXING
tile bath. 2 porches. one frame screened the other tile etc. Mortgage Issued POLISHINGMndern I
Chicken house included. Just M minutes drive from Orlando. I t I
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[Special Tr, Equipment. II
to Sunday Sentin-t-Starl I :yr* exper
>4 miles out on the Forest City Road. Only one-half down is GROVELAND :. ience. All work guaranteed.
A $168.400
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desired. See! owner next door. Phone 34-R-2. Licensed Bonded
mortgage amount of property on a in considerable Groveland, SELECT YOUR LAKE FRONT HOME SITES "

Farms development has been giv- BASS
en by Philip Berkovitz to the Pru-
In Nationally Known dential Insurance Co. FLOOR SURFACING CO. YOU CAN BUILD NOW!

142 Forrest Ave. Tel. Z-U7i

Johnson Sells Realty SEX. ALBERT \\\ HAWKES SPECIAL INDUCEMENT OFFERED FOR IMMEDIATE BUILDING
H LAKE 'WALES [Special to The Sunday Senti I-Smrl] seeks rent changes.
: EUSTIS-S. B. Jphnson has sold
CITY WATER PAVED ROADS 'CITY TELEPHONE CITY ELECTRICITY
his property near here to Mr. and strutted and becomes ready for'

,{ \ [the city of tremendous growth] Mrs. E. J. Wirfs Jr., for 7500. occupancy on or after Feb. 1, 'CITY FIRE PROTECTION 'WELL RESTRICTED 'NEAR COUNTRY CLUBS 'NO CITY TAX
1947; [3] Mamimum rent to be I
: : Highlands County shipped 21.- increased by 15 per cent in effect -
; GRAND REAL ESTATEAUCTION
360 standard DIRECTIONSDrive
I boxes of limes dur- on Sept. 1. 1946. Florida I

ing -the third.after 1945-46 season.Dade Highlandswas and Polk Realtors are supporting this bill to end of West Princeton Drive North on Edgewater Drive

c SALEWednesday Counties.INSURANCE. owners as fair and and tenants just to pointing all property out Avenue-Turn Right and Follow the OR to the Interlaken Arrow. and Turn

that average rentals would be Arrows to the Entrance. Left.

March raised from $1 to $3 a month
5th 1 1:30 P. M.
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- starting FIRE A.TOM08.EBURGLARY while average incomes had risen

SURETY BONOSO'NEILtlEEs very much more in proportion. Owner Offers For SaleS I NYDEGGER INVESTMENT (0.
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67 CHOICE LOTS
; COMMITTEE OF large rooms and bath. large kitchen. -
/*! : .if ,"'CQ< LEGISLATIVE screened in back porch private
meeting in Or- dock on Lake Conway located on OWNERS AND DEVELOPERS
COMPLETEijRANCt ER.V
i all wonderful large homesites PHONE.4500Ol. .... T'':PLr> i- c lando ]attendance last weekend of had interested 100 percent Oak,Island Rt. 1. Road Box 27.at Big Lake Conway 506 E. COLONIAL DRIVE ORLANDO, FLORIDA PHONE 8065

f in beautiful DRUID HILLS committee members coming from $9,000 I
: far Pensacola on the north and
A highly Improved residential subdivision with nice homes paved PLASTIC TILE Miami and Miami Beach on I the

.; .," streets, cement sidewalks, water, electricity, etc. Beautiful plastic and metal tile for south. They formulated a program r
Located one mile east of center of City of Lake Wales on kitchen colors and; bathroom free estimate.walls; distinctive which will make for unselfish betterment -

';ties Rd.; within view of the world renowned BOK for all engaged in the THIS DAYTONA BEACH PROPERTY FOR SALE
ORLANDO TILE HOUSE owning or selling of real estate

'... COME-Own a lot on highest elevation In Florida-321 feet PHONE 2-4406 and its kindred interests. Next
meeting will be 4.
above sea leveL April .


AUCTION CONDUCTED' ON PROPERTY Jas. Gamble Rogers II Apopka Cocktail Lounge
NOTICE OF SALE
FOR RIDGE MANOR INCORPORATEDBy Architects Engineers Purchased by OrlandoanLouis .

Ray Wricht-Auctioneer-of Miami Florida Building Consultants 'r Ferris of Orlando has

POST OFFICE BUILDING purchased the Rendezous Room
For Information
Phone Lake Wales 2-2271
I WINTER PARK. FLA.Clayton cocktail lounge and package store
for $19,000.Purchase.
was made from the
,"" .7.,,nn n n- Economy Oil Co. of Apopka.
n'V'V\ "VVV\J\/\1

.z Fairview Tract Bought

[Special to The Sunday Sentmel-Starl]
,c & C 4r. TAVARES-Mr. and Mrs. Albert
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Wenzel have sold their interest in
: tract D. replat of Fairview near
.: .+' '. : here to Mr and Mrs. Marion F.
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:: < .. ',. : ':'< Brinker for 7500.

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< & sold his store and fixtures here to Sr
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Elzie Pearce for ft,000.

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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That the Board of Commissioners the Board of Commissioner of Halifax Hospital District In the
MAKE YOUR HOME
of the Halifax Hospital District a Special Tax District in Volusia sum of ten per cent 1101 of the amount of the bid as earnest
_
o- MORE BEAUTIFUL. County. Florida will on the 14th day of March. A. D. 1947. at the money the checks of unsuccessful bidders to be returned immediately -
hour of 8:00 O'clock P. M, at the Board of Commissioners' Room after rejection of bids. Successful bidder to enter into a

at the Halifax District Hospital on Lake Shore Drive in Daytona written contract of purchase with the Board immediately upon

By slicking up with smooth Beach Florida receive sealed bids for the purchase for rash all acceptance his bid. upon a form of contract prepared by the

sparkling new Dozier & Gay of the right title and interest of the Halifax Hospital; District and Board and now available for inspection at the office of the Super ,
Paint from Pittman's! Its Board of Commissioners in the real property hereinafter deIntendent of the Halifax Hospital. Said Board of Commissioners i

Construction Company takes pleasurein Not only does it present a remarkably scribed, subject to the Zoning Restrictions applicable thereto and reserves the right to reject any and all bids. All offers to be firm t
smooth and the restrictions and covenants running with the land. Each bid bids for ten days pending acceptance. The property to be sold _
presenting its first postwar model home- surface but It's wonderfully lovely be accompanied by a Certificate or Cashier's check payable to consists of: 1.to 1.

open for inspection at 830 Winter Park Ave. resistant to sun and weatherthe : f

College Park Section. perfect paint choice for LOTS 1, 2. 3. 4. 5. 6 AND THE EASTERLY 12i! FEET OF LOT 7. BLOCK A. !, _>_.* _,
Floridians!
f I SCHNEE'S REPLAT IN OLIVER'S SUBDIVISION AS PER MAP IN MAP BOOK 9, ]

Come on In today and look PAGE 25 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF VOLUSIA COUNTY FLORIDA. TOGETHER t
over our D&O color charts! WITH THE IMPROVEMENTS AND BUILDINGS THEREON.
J
This model home furnished and decorated in "Listen to Our Newcast Over

modern age styling by the Home Store, 458 N.t Station 7:30.WORZ Every Morningat This property is located In the heart'of the City of Daytona Beach-approximately 100 yards from the .oc an-a modern two- ,

Orange Ave.CLAYTON. story apartment hotel in excellent condition and one wing completed in 1946 on beautifully landscaped grounds. The building
contains sixty-four ((641 rooms many with baths. The property is situated on the northwest corner of Revilo Boulevard and

Atlantic Avenue on seven and one-half lots ''with a frontage of 200 feet on South Atlantic Avenue and 300 feet on Revilo Boule-

vard. The building is open to Inspection between 9 am. and 5 p-m. daily. Buyer may have immediate possession, after payment of

purchase price.

CONSTRUCTION CO.
Address. an Inquiries to:

1800 Atlanta Ave. Phone 2-1477 DIAL 2.310832NGARLANDST :; I I Halifax* P. GRAPSKI.District Hospital Administrator


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II Closina Stock Quotations II I I


m;;*-1;iNC POTUOHT "tie. MISh Low La.G..dy.arTAR Third Tito Legion Post I'' ;; : Woman's Club

YORK AP> Sa.... dawn .nc. : .... S N" $7'1(, 5554GrshaaPsigs Losing Schipa
clwtiM o. the 1 5 moot active Xo .. I 4110 4" 45i
rootoratan (;, l'iOft".ra R, PI. J U'. 44% 4454
Cor ,.1O -IVi' on chanao 6re.114 Corp .... I 35' 35"4 35110 Week In Row Cleared Of AuxiliaryHolds Sets
... 4V C. 3.$00-14V --VtMM Gulf Mob A. Obi. ... 2 1254 1254 1254' Surprise

1'-24 ft* chanvo GIIlf 0a1 ........... 4 60" 5054 5034
a> Caw 3joo-341--'. H DOW.JONCf: AVERAGE

Co l.aoe-13-.M.. I H." Brio A. X..... S 3534' J' 3.% NEW YORK (UP Oaw-Janea cleslussStash. Fascist Link MeetWINTER ProgramS
SIrs 3.4O3SLI 3.105.-1SIa---SR 1I.ea Mfg ......... 1 7'% 7"% 734 .varaaaa:
Car hart! H........ Sfia ..... 33 4234 42 42 .. <>__ M>9" Low Clea Nat cK.nwt .
aV.,.Mua.t..1004 2. S34 3.SOS-2.p-7 H..to. 0a1 ........ a 10" 10 20M.d. M 17*. 4 IT*.*' IT*,*1 Inn U*t.n "Nothing In files of American GARDEN The La- to The Sunday Sentlnel.Slnrl!

2JOO JV ... *.. Motor ...... I II" 17110 15flhisi. 20 rails M.S $0.15 5O4S SO.M ua SIS MT. DORA-A surprise program
Wootan. 'e 15 vtila MM W.91 37 3C.M ua '.01S Legion that would indicate Tito dies Auxiliary of the Hugh T.
n, V.o 2.T o-14V. ..*criarta) I atka ..... ..." .4.H 4w... '11 will be given March 5 at the Community -
... .toe 27--V_ ... 17_ In Post. American Legion.
Pod 2 CnotraJ 11 27" 2S"4 M Banala. Cle.a Net ch4O Schipa not eligible for part Gregory
M St aV p.e 2-tOO_ _12V -Vb 1.t.rIske 1mm ...... 2 121% 12" n.%. bande 10411: net O Ol Bldg.. by the Mount Dora.
Ci. Who 2OO 7 s. chases la, H."cewr ....... S 10 7154 501st 1. lat raile Ill.*1 ..a ..O4O your coming production. Barberof met Wednesday with Mrs. McRae Woman's Club.
MOOB 2AOO-JTVi ts tIa Nkk Ca. ...... 14 '35" 12' 32'% 2nd rails 9.331... '.01O will Teal presiding. Plan were made
1.. P..... .......... I 4854. 4.%. 4.%. i ....1. _. 07.14 unch: Seville. In my opinion you The American Legion Auxiliary
York UP) tlosnl ttocUHdv : I. inda _____.______ 104.11 elf ..01 for entertaining members of the
Miflh Low Last 1st Trl I: Tel ...... 14 1534 15 15% be doing right in accepting Schipaon will hold its regular monthly::
Transaction. in .. .. ed trt a_....
,r 4 754tocday: iusdimtrials. 27.300: rii. iSSOS.st.I.tes. American Legion at a St. Patrick's meeting Monday at S p.m. in the
J.s..ALRtl ...... S 36'3. 3634Es. your program.
Moi ..... 2 9% 9% 9%
12.OO-4otai. 55.960.
i ..... 1 3.. 54 36 K This telegram received by J. L. Day chicken dinner. Community Bldg.!:
.1._. ..... C 6 5% City s..tlo ..... 1 25 a5 25 MARKETS AT A GLANCE: Burgess. correspondent of the Present were Mrs. Iris Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ray Jr.. announce ,-
.... ..... 47 47
r _
.... 11 4% 4h 4'% Cop 9 4734" NEW YORK IAPaStockWIIH
tad.y Carp 611 ...... 2 44% 44 44% Kz.,.r Co ......... 4 4' 46% 41 : d.alin.. .Ia .bh. local 40 et 8 Society American Mrs. Estelle Crawford Mrs. Addie the birth of a daughter

b Ml!( .. 2.36% 36% 36% LL&cled.Gau Bond.-Nsrro90 few chance of Imperance Legion. from National Cocrespon- Grogan. Mrs. Estelle Davis. Miss Feb. 25 at the Waterman Memo-

.. 1& 10"%- 10% 10% : ........ s. S S \ dent C. W. Ardery at headquarters Annie Connell. Mrs. Gladys Hiatt. rial Hospital Eustis.
f 1..1.. C .a :f ...... 2 11 11 11 C..tton-HI.her.: boost la parity price
1 ... S 6 8%
', I. ft Bad %" % Mrs. Lucille Drlescherf Mrs. Mat-
in Indianapolis in itself. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Sadler Jr.
...... 7 99 '7"9 Lib 0 F {;I... ..... I 55'4 53'4 53341.144y CHICAGO: ,
ft: Fdj ..... 1 52% 52%" 52'% :: lieS A t :::: 1; 10%. 20% 10.%. allthtlT Wheat lower-Mixed, old crop atroni. new should relieve minds of those who tie Walker. Mrs. Kathryn Valdes announce the birth of a daughterFeb.
..... 5% Ii44et1&M7 $9 $854 $9 Mrs. Neva Norman. Mrs. Vera Berry -
s 5
For Pow 1 % % Corn Mixed: profit-iakinc la deferred read Walter Winchells condemnation 26 at the Eustis Hospital.
Iklae.d Abc ...... 11 11% 15%. 1554p. I
..... 27
t >.ca A atiTo IX .. IS S 274*, 15"15 af"HIS ,% _.. be ......... 25 14'" 24'% 24'iJLenllarot contractaOata-firm. : for export &Ilocatlon&Uqs.NqmlnallT of Schipa a few weeks and Mrs. Evelyn TeaL Mrs. Rena Bourterse is visiting

.ft fH S .... 11 isv ISHJJV 15% LP( ...... 4 20'" 20''%! 2054Maria. steadr. back. which branded the great Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ray Jr.Miss .

Mill .. 7 31V. 33WS7S M Cattle-Nominally ateady. tenor as a Fascist. an anti-Seml-
TABERNACLE Katherine Briggs. who has
MidlaD4 .... J' 7110' TilE CHRISTIAN
.... S7 57 Mrs.
1''''ft.:. a... 2 2 34'4 34 W 34\. usr.hsll Field ..... 5 32", 3214 12'" NEW YORK [lAP In one of the tic and a collaborator. Godfrey CHURCH is bringing Hugh D.I been visiting her mother. Mrs.
Marti. ((;L3........ I 3254 32'i'! 3254SIskasT Schipa. who will in the
170 170% appear
ft Tel 19 170* lowest sessions of the past several Morgan. prominent Georgia Chris- Blanche Briggs. has been sent by
.... ...... 7 554. 534. 554Mositom
'I under the
78 7e here Friday
_B ........ 2 2 5244 S 52 W S2U Ward ..... 22 5554! 5.% 55547t..k months the stock market yester- opera of the 40 et 8 Society sponsorship has- Addreses tian minister to Orlando to have the International YWCA to Lake

sI .... ...... S lt16S'! "- 16S"- N day stepped out of its third charge of the congregational singing Success. New York.
Kelcl.st.r .... 9 1" 1. been also by the Nation1
1554 % approved -
.. 25 4314 45 43'k straight losing week and began of the coming annual Christian Dr. Chester Morse and family
.......
N. AlrlIDPO 4 15 15 15
Cnp ...... 10 41 4O'% 4O1. Headquarters of the American I
I Co' 39 14% U'*. 1S17H Nat ADt. Fib ...... J Uli 12'%" 12'%" the new month with a mildly WSCS Meet Chautauqua. which convenes of Atlanta are guests of his parents -
: 'Legion. This is shown In recent
?'ial B-.i' ........ 7 32' 32'i 32.%. a March 9. 10 and 11.
..... 17 Mr. Morgan,
> t.n Hi S 17H % irregular performance.From
Mr. and Mrs. Harold O.
ry
: X.. Ca. ........... 1 12'% 1254 12"% letter to Burgess from Donald O.Clascoff. .
ft K F ..... 7 Ob 04 044 [tSpedol' The Surdov Sentinel-Star1 once a high salaried representative
Monday on the list was To
1as ('ash R., ...... 4 39 11% II'Na. Morse In Sylvan Shores.
national which
., .... 55 adjutant.
1 55 55 .
.' ... .Lino' ...,.... 7 35'4 34'" 3S% I3sir, Prod .... I 3J'4 52% 32"Xa' % handicapped by skepticism regardIng WINTER GARDEN-Mrs. P. B. of one of Ohio largest mill- Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ball of

Corp ......... 2 23% 23'" 23". Diot.JI. ...... 21 20... 20'4 20'4 the British economic situation readsrito Godfry past president of theWomen's ing machine corporations enteredthe
New York of Mr. and
:00.. (;y. .. ....... 1 23 23 23i.t1.e4 Schipp has been cleared are guests
.. .. '
Corp .. 1. 5% 8 100 6% ? .. and domestic problems connectedwith Society of Christian ministry full time a few years
::::::::' 1 31 31 31tchl through the State Department and of Florida speaker' at and is now in the 11pi' Mrs. Sol Spilkey.
Service wax ago serving ,
C.rp 1 2354 23 the budget. gyratingommodities.
2334 % taxes. "
.... 22
.....
J 22% 22% % the. Italian Embassy have been Mrs. C. E. Nutter Is confined to
Ohio ........ 15 15% 14% 15 3iaI P.15 I: fA ..... a 154 154 1% widespread wage 1 the local WSCS meeting Friday. of the Christian Church at
!..po.ot 1.l..t .... 15 31 soI'oY Informed that nothing derogatory her home for several days by
30' a
.. Is the
ll Oil .. ... 4 22%- 22% 22% negotiations mounting business The WSCS. she said. Carrolton. Ga.
.......... S 16'% 16%. 16%, ''''tnl Hit ..... 21 1'4' 1954' 11'XY to him has been' reported by these largest organized women's societyin heart attack.
: '.... .......;, I 2S'4 25% "2S% o.i a II' I. Ii.. 2 18 $734 8754N. 'inventories and further signs of "
; official agencies. I Mr. and Mrs. Percy Davis who
A.. Aviatic .... 4 10% 10'4 10%, I the world with 26.000 units. It ,
**... ......... 5 92% 92% 92% consumer resistance to rising
.... ......... 1 18% 18V 18U ?''ionla Amrr ('o ..... 7 314. II'.. 3154Northers prices. The fact that the market Schipa has been given a clean i supports 1.800 missionaries over Oakland have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.A. .
Airplaoe .... 2 20% 20% 20% Par.llc.- .. 5 20., 3034. 2034. bill by the FBI and. as pointed. the world. and Christian workersin E. Davis. have returned to New
o of the
Co ......... 1 43% 43%. 43%. generally ignored one big- out by Jack Bell of the Miami
: .. ....<... 3 45% 45 S. 45% tRio Oil........... S 22'4 22'4 21% gest batches of increased and extra i the United States.: Orleans where he expects to re-
Amr ..,!... 2 12% 12% n% Od.. 'Je.ator ....... 1 31" 3154 3154 dividends in some time also Herald in his rebuke of WinchelTsremarks 'I Mrs. Godfry pointed out the Church Plans enlist in the Navy. .

Co ........... 36 13% 13 13 p sang a benefit for a power women have in bringing Mrs. A. A. Tanner has returned
Pse.s.LRlec ..... 5 4254 42 caution. '
:. Mills ....... 5 19% 19 S 19\ Pac Ti. r..... ....... 12 11% 554. 4254$54" inspired Jewish hospital fund early this about peace In the world. She from Rising Sun. Md.
< "" Msck ..... I 15 14%. 15 Packard M...... ...... 24 '1'' 5% $3. Associated Press 60-stock year and again at the U. S. Military also told of experiences In her ServicesSoeciol

P.. A.. Airw.,. ... 12 U% 1354 1354Parsi. composite was up .1 of a poyit Academy. last month. Harry Jackson Winchester
ockis. ..... 1 29 29 29 travels which took her in missions -
.
P..Ia ..... 27 27'4 27 27PsrkLtahC..M 66.5 but down ii Mass.. is visiting Mr. and Mra.L..
Z-i.s4 .., .. 4 3'% 3 4 IKlift at point on
.. 2 4 4 4 settlement houses hospitals.and [ : to The Sunday S-nt;nel-Storl
.
..... 16 F. Jackson.
( Ale S 16
rr .. ..... Ici ........ I 39''% 59% 3954P&ti. the week. homes for girls sponsored by
Pacific ...... 21 13% 134. 1J1 OAKLAND The Rev. P. W.
< .
: l : : Corp ....... 7 18'%. UV, 1'% .' M,... ....... 1 1354 1354" Uto, For February the net loss was MethodistsTo the WSCS_ Widmer services for
....... announces
P.DDe, (JCJ I 44
J II) Co ...... 1 35'% 3S3S' 45" 433wpC. .8 of a point. Turnover for the Mrs. Frank Roper conducted a Sanford Farmers MarketThe
.... 59 (fi.1 J'III ..... I 13'. 133,. 13'4 today. He will speak at II ajn.
I 59V 59% K
,1 Trsrtor' 1'... itit .......... 3. 23% 24 24P.p.I4is short sCretch was 300.000 shares. i:business' session' following the pro-
...... 5 20 19 20 Iris
( rp \ Hear and Mrs. Roane will be the following prices reported by
'..>.... 4 12'i U* 124IS ........... 2\1\ 2''Is 211'. 211"Flour equalling that of Jan. 4 which gram. Mrs Godfry was introducedby aoloLst. MUMC U by the choir under the Dealers on the Sanford StateFarmu's
roo. A Co... 1 56 56 51
Itr Va. ....... S 3'I I 33 was a low since last. Oct. 26. Theweek's Mrs. Neil Dale, program chair- I
15.1g ...... 4 Market
.ym\ Prod ... 1 10 18% 11'. 1814 Phelps 4214 4154 41% direction of Mrs. B. R. Briley.' for produce sold
., OLio ....... 14 SO'. 50'% 50% P411. E1.e ......... 9 251.' 2554 25g.Jil's aggregate of 5.377.190shares Noted man and vice president. Sunday school will be at 9:45: : to Trucker and Dealers up to
Up .*, Pac .... 26 12% 12 12 W r..rp ........ S 28'. 21S'. 2"% compared with 4.578680 in Singers 12.01 March
: : with Dave Starr a.m. 2. 19t'l.
....... as
Philip l.wrii 4 35l54iIhp. sUpt'rintendf'nt.1
353w 3554 .
.........
NA c..rp> ...... 25 5 24 911"11% 24'S, 24 98S* P.4 ........ 2 54 55"4 5854 the five sessions of the preceding Swiol to Thf Stndoy SE'ntinel-Storl R. wTHarpersMake Presbyterian Youth Fellowship .Beans Green Bu. Hpr.-J6.00-6.75

Finap ....... 1 43% 45'% J'% LetSIt. c..r .... J 14'. 1454 14" week. Last month's total was EUS"nS-At the First Methodist meets at 6:30, and closing servicesof I Beans. Pole Bu. Hpr.- 50-6.50
..
P.S ...
he 7IJ 5
Peaonly ..... 2 47 47 47 .... .... 2454; 24'oj, 240PaU. 23.757,877 against 23.556803 in the day at 1:30 is to'' Beets .., Doz. Bun.- .75-110
1 ....... 6 59 511'" 5954. Church today. Richard Max- given
......
<. *A: H Ir ...... 10 21) 15 11% 11 15'i 1S 11% Pare 41.1 ........... 4 22% 2234 22_. January and 34,092,745 in February well. Helen Benner and the Larkin Visit meditation and songs. Beets __ Bu. Hpr.- 50-1.75

...... 2. R a year ago.Yesterday's. Cabbage 50 Lb. Bags- 1001.35
2 24% 24%
R..... r.. ........ II 9%. 954 '.9Rsth. .. Sisters will give two services,
....
KB W.a 7 31% 3IH 31% session the Carrots .. Doz. Bun.- ..7585
K Orpla ..... 16 14% u'" U" was one at 9:40: a.m. and the other at
... 3 3
l'h South 57 3'% % % School
: BoardsTo
Fleming Rs.d ...... 2 ; 31'. narrowest since Oct. 19. with County Carrots Bu. Hpr,- 1501.75
4't Ed s.. ....... 8 28% 28% 28% 3554" 35'4 11 ajn. These radio stars have In Montverde ,
Vtiltee ....... S 17 16"17 Pepsi Ads ........ I $1. $54 s;. only C73 issues registering. Of Cauliflower. Crate L.I- 30-J.OO
t been heard on of the Meet At
.. .. frpII" Steel ........ I" 2929 2934 many pro- Tavares .... Crate- 00-7.50
..... 6 45-q, 41%( 43 ., these. 250 fell and 225 rose. Celery h
R. "' Copper .a. Br 1 22', 2254. 22\00\ grams on the national networks. > MRS S. W. HUNZIKER
r
.... ....... 2 11'% 11 11
[Special to The Sunday Sentonel-Star) Collards .. Doz. Bun.- .75-1X10
I T..b B ..... "
Reyc..lda 4 4054 404 40"-- Bonds '
: ..... 40 59 58% S8% were narrowly uneven. The program will be under the [Special to The Sunday Sentincl-Starl
....... 38 37 37*. TAVARES-Lake County Commissioners Lettuce Crate dry pack- 3003.50
I % Cotton
was 40 cents to
up $1 of
church
a auspices the and the
CoSteel .. 4 33H 33% 33% !5f..ay Slsrr. ..... 51 24% 25'i 24'" MONTVERDE Mr. and Mrs. and the Board of Mb- Lettuce Crate iced pack-4505.00
*
!;a.e A.... ....... Z 10'4 10100 103418rhnlv bale. At Chicago wheat hit new Veterans Hospital Programs. The
PnMiahf .... 13 10%- 10% 10% 1"11 ..... R W. Harper and Bobbie Tal lic Instruction will hold their Onions .. .. Do%. Bun.75.10
..... I 6 5% 6 22 435." 43". 45'% 27-year highs and ended off one pastor the Rev. Ralph W. Todd. ofj regular -
( 1l1ST5 RIICbIKk ..... 27 3737'4\ ..3'Senrl % meetings at the court house Onions ._.. 50 Lb. Bags. 1.10-135;
Ire ......... I 16' to 70 cents a bushel. Corn was off has announced the public is Invited lahassee. visited here this week.
I: On ........ 2 38% 344 38 H % Uli U"hell this morning at 10. Peppers Bu. Hpr.- 5.50-8.50
; : Jllld..... I 41% 41H 41V, !\ r.in. OJI .... Z 211% 2''Is, 211'S".da.r 3/4 to up 1s* and oats up }s to %. to attend the services. The Johnnie Martin of the Univer- Pineapple Crts.. Cuban- 5.25-5.90
., .' Oil........ S 15'1& 1554 15Socony.Verll..1II % The days Curb transactionshere '
.. free will
# ft e t 4' 8\ 8 H offering will be donatedto
: ..... sity of Florida and his brother Potatoes Red Bliss :
.... ..... 7 26 26 27 14'4 141,4 14" Lake
T-d. %" 26H amounted to only 100,000 the Veterans' Hospital Pr0- County Schools
lonA..G&P ..... 4
"" ..... 31 16 15S ISS : 2 4" % 4" 50 Lb. Bags- 2.00-2J5
( Bill of Lake Mann spent the
Mine. ....... 1 1954" 19%" 19H S.. Cal F4is.. ..... I 345... 34'" 34.%. shares a minimum since Nov. 16. grams. Plan Sweet Potatoes Bus. hpr.-2.25-2.50:
Airrraft .... I 614 ggit sss Southcrs PKihc ... 13 42'4 42 4214i54nlhers The big board retreated moderately weekend. here. Closing Monday 6.00.8.00
Tomatoes 40 Lb. Crates
Iodu ..... I 194'! 19V* 19,i R7 ....... 3 45 42"4 42% with Mr. and Mrs. Karl Lehmann and
Monday buoyant commodities (Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star)
Scelhrr Ry pt.... 2'1 .
; 70"1 Turnips Doz. Bun.- .85-125
.....
DB N 1189189199 I I !% Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Evans were
Sparks "itbi.I ..... 2 5% 534. 614prrry failing to stimulate bid- 15 Brownies TAVARES-Schools throughoutLake Turnips Bus. Hpr.-

fit L ...... 5 20%" 2054 20% ,$ r..p ........ 2 22" 2254 2234 ding. Steels. motors and rubbers dinner guests of Mrs. Emmie County will be closed all day Grapefruit _........ 1.00.1.
1111..1 Ine ......... S 15 14 14' -..Box-2.
... 40 40 ., % % Peters last Sunday.
i till 9 % 40H were in supply. Heavy selling to allow teachers to attend
Monday _ .
.. I'.d 0.1 C.-I...... 15 55'i 53 55'4 I Oranges .
...
: ft:K""ak.U .. 2 3 238 18% 235 18 238 15'* "t..d Oil.... ...... a 40..%. 40'4 4O% deluged the market Tuesday with Attend Meet Leroy Lowry and Jack Morrisonare the Florida Education Assn. Temple ... ._ -Box- 2.0IUR

F.I 35 ..... I 14% 14% 14, 1'1..01' 0.1 1\0.1 ....... 7 66% 6S't 6654 the averages dropping a full point in Statesville. N. C. meeting: in Orlando. .

"" "ice .... 1 31% 31% 31% Stasd..Ofl Ohio ..... 2 2634 2634 2634 broadest dip since Jan. 13. [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-SfarJ Mrs. Dallas of Cuba visited her
........... lId 1111 I'Ipfi' ....... 2 15% 15' 15815r17 ".
2 62 62 62
%
% % WINTER GARDEN-Mrs. Hart son. Ivan student in the Mont &
1u C..p. Z 20'11 2034 2054 Urgent liquidation in the final INGRAM & INGRAM T.4XPAYERINCOME

Tel a Rid; ... I 7J, 7%" 7% tIlQ..ba'rr Corp .... '14 :2214; 2234 2254 hour put the high speed ticker Miller met with her Brownie group verde School this week. MRS.
.. P.ari, Oil .......... II 9%" 9 4 9% Mrs. M. O. Barker. Mrs. Varena OPTOMETRISTS .. '
T ft: R... 1 S7T. 57"57"% ... tape behind as much as four Tuesday with 15 girls present. She TAX work If r oasUtll
8 _.....
........... I 34 34 34 .tu.e "ar 15 15... 13 15'4 minutes and Susan Hamstein prepared Cox and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lowry OPEN EVENINGS ttrm March II
; Pow ....... 6 17 16%! 17 8.1116 Co ......... 4 .151e IS" 35.%. for the first time this a "eu..on" MEAD'SSlights
i year. Valentine box of lace doilies and attended the Central Florida Exposition I

rlerj.; ........... 19 37K S7H 3714 Tr..... Co .......... 1 56"4" 5654' 5654,,; The retreat was extended Wednesday red hearts while the Brownies in Orlando Monday.Mrs. SndaTs. Holiday S316 I W. C. SPURGEON

: .". ......... S 42'4 41% 41% T. Gull !!ulrla.. Z 52'" 52'4 5234 with made Valentines for each other. George Graham returned 114 N. Oraift A,... Pb *>. SIM
("ton ........ 24 60% 60% 6OV4J5S TeL Pac C I: 0 ..... 5 27'4 27 27 1.350.000 shares ZU N. Main St. Near Post Office
T III ...... 12 15% 15% TrsPsLvr..s. ." 5 11" 18" 11" changing hands a top since Feb. Barbara Berry was chosen as post- from Stamford. Conn.. this week.

Sat R ...... 5 29% 29V4 29% Tid.'.....Wit. A 0.1........... I 11'" 11" 18".m..a "%- 7 recessions ran to seven or more man and the Valentines providedan Sydney Allen. of the Camp
[BF] ..... 5 694" 69 69 I 13"4 13'" 13% hour of happy entertainment. Grocery has been ill with influenza -
TnD. W... points.
A Alt ... 4 21 20'oj, II Friday J ;Ms----
Tri-C..iit ('orIt ...... 10 6% 5% 6-q, points. There was a good recovery Present were Barbara Berry. this week. PAINT $25 $90
Trl. c-ro. ....... ;
See Us Before You 5 55'4 3354 15'4Pai. Thursday but there was no follow- Margaret Sue Britt Mattie Ruth Undercoatinr $23 Jet Plane y Wax Job ItS -

... Bo, a P ..... 11 !2'i 32'4 31'i through Friday with the direction Stanley. Linda Lou Reams Ann Polithmc. $7.10 Wrecks Rebuilt Wheels JUifoed -

1.io5 Carbide ..... 4 911" 9854 9854 cloudy throughout and activity Hornsteire. Barbara Taylor Mary EvangelisticServices I.e- We Do Anvh.nl.EASY PATMENTS

r.lflD Oil Ca! ...... I 2134 2154 21% dwindling to 680,000 shares. smallest Joe Tucker, Gall Willis. June Pad- -ONTHI.Y
-
IT5W. Air U.. ... S 22" 22'11.' 2254"
r r.I'H Alrrn" ..... 1 11'4 11'4 35148sit for a full session since Jan. gett. Grace Dobson. Patsy Moss. Set STIESPONIC
BUY e.r. ........ 43 3'11.' 3''% 33' 22. Only 910 issues appeared. a Alice Dees. Ann Cow art and Jane I W. t-till
1 .itd Fruit ....... 24 49'11 494 49'4Dited bottom for Briley.
i '- f;.. Imp .... 4 25'4 15'4 234 a five-hour day since

rn.t.4 Rzbr.ig ... 2e: 1054 1034 10'. Jan. 22. At
Leesburg
.. .. -... ..
1I' ..... 19334 105 103% and
General Insurance IT S I.du. {'be.. ... 4 SO 4934 SO CHICAGO LIVESTOCK egos Poultry "MORE THAN 10 MILLIONS OF OUR PEOPLE HAVE
IT S Rabbu ....... JACKSONVILLE The. livepoultry [Sdot to The Sunday Sentinel StorlLEESBURQ
2 SS 56 56 CHICAGO USOA) Salable hoc 500 tAP nr. and "
Mortgage Loans U 8 """ee! .......... 17 '1'4'4' 73"4 74 'eiunated: total not iven: compared week: quotation arc Jobten average -Dr. Shuler Peele DEFECTIVE HEARING. GOOD HEARING AND
Real Estate WWal..rth ..0 all barrow and tilt 2.00-2.25 hitheraowt ulllriK price HAPPINESS GO HAND IN HAND. WHAT A DIFFERENCE .
Co ....... 1 1J% Ijli Jji;, l 75 hither Florida nearby fresh. ....: 7Ior1da or of Gainesville and the Rev. War-
Waraer R.... Piet ... 5 16% ]*'V l'% Salable cattle 500 (estImated): total not U.S cradest minimum weights Mr ease, ren W. Wfflis of Lakeland will be BEING ABLE TO HEAR WELL AGAINTO

Hall Bros. Agency W.Jeit., la Ind Tel!lu.A.......... 9 3 20 32% St* 32 given yearlings: compared 75 to 1.50.week Instance ago led 2*00 tr r hlthemarket and Jumbo
1.4 3084 oa good to choice steers with weight minimum weights' per dozen a* shows 8.low. .- Morrison Memorial Methodist
Westini Air Br .... J ;
518S 3254 12"4 12'1& EASY CONVERSATION. BETTER HEARING IS OUR
N. Orange TeL Wr.tj..g Km ....... 13 26' very active and competition local Church tonight at 7:30. the Rev.J. .
2.
% 26 and outside buyer .keen AH falei to rrtal>r .
In
Whit.. Motor .....,.. face of reduced BUSINESS. WESTERN ELECTRIC HEARING AID IS
1 27 27 27 receipt. 12 market. showinc supply Egg market about Heady en Florida M. McLeod. pastor. announced.Dr. .
Willys-Overland .... 5 11'% 1114 11 4 redaction of approximately 1BOOO nearby vbitea.
heacompared < TOPS IN PERFORMANCE. WEIGHS 7 OUNCES WITH
Peele is district superin-
WUaoa C. ....... MS" 1454. 146. week earlier; heifer mo.Uy 50 Net Wt Cur.Mat
Wool.flnlo (FWJ ... 5 5014 SO 5034 to 1 00 BO. medium trade showing mos Orade A Per Do. Per Dot tendent of the Gainesville districtof SMALL BATTERY FACILITIES. AS A
Y advance: rows 7$ to 1.SO hl.ber. medium Large __ ...__ __ 24 OS .54 the Methodist Church, He has PACK
yoU>.* lh *: or.... 1 66V4 6614 61", to good beef cow up most, bull 50-75 Medium -____ -_- h_ 21 011 .49 DEALER. ARE AL W YOUR SERVICE.
ZZnBlte hither;. vealeri iteadird after early decline Small __n_______ 18 os .42 served churches at Trilby. St. Petersburg -

KeysiEoneCustodian Predurte ..... S *% fa, 1% *: largely teer and heifer run. wltb Extra Ian _________Uu. 26 os np .51 Key West.; Winter Garden -
medium t. Producer SaleS to vnoleialeri
sued generally
trade
[ Approx predomlnatintcow :
1i..1et.1
Jnterda-300.000. and bulls scarce: avertte-medium to two rent less per dozen and Bradenton.The Audiphone Co. 415 Fla. Bank Bldg. Ph. 2-3516
hltb Good steer closed at 2125-25 SO; Producer sale: direct to roniumerr Rev. Willis is State directorof
CURB STOCK LIST choice steers according to wettht. 26 00- Orade A Per Doz In Carton
Purnfahed throath courtesy of MerrW 2900. latter price weeks top. paid for Lar e 24 ox 60 youth work for the Methodist
Pierre. Lynch. Penner A Be...: 13S3 Ib averates: comparable loot year Medina -_ 21 o* .84 Church. He will have supervisionof
) I Aluminum Co. of Am er. ______ n.4 linn stopped at 28 00 and light yearlings Small _h_ _ 18 e* 49 activities at the Methodist .
Amer. Cyanamld Co B 46 27.00: bet heifers 24 69 better than aver Extra lart _____ _- 38 01 ap 69 CLOSE SALE
A",r. Gas *: Kee. ___ 39". au- bolCe. most mellOn ta food heifer quality per poundPRODUCTR3: youth camp at Leesburg when it OU
Ark. Nst Cst A __ 554 finIshing the week at 20.00-23 00. StrIctly! is completed. He will address the
Ashlsnd 011 A: Ref,. __._"T_ \1,1. load and low-choice kinds 23 50 and 24 00; Bale to retailers Sale to Container* O
Funds Bre..t,r Aeronautical *454 very erratic market on aU classes; strictly Lire l>re.'d Ll.e Dre*.d Methodist youth meeting here at
Barium Steel ___.___ l'ra good beef cows sold up to 11 SO odd head Florida ntoed A! Dra n Dra'a: 6:30: p.m. Tonight's services are
Creole Pet Corp. ___-_-______ 30' finished young cow to 19 00 and above; Fryer. 2-3 lbs .33 J2 .40 JtO ALL GAS APPLIANCES
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Cities __ ___ beef the second in a series of three.
ServlcoColts ___ 89*. moat cows closed at 13 00-15 SO with Broiler under j
STAN COMSTOCK Patent Arm. ___ 3', canners aDd cutters at 10.OO-12 25. heavausaie 2 lb. ___ .35 .52 .4".110. -
EI c. Bond & Sh.re Co. .hn I._ 15 U bulls reached 17 00; vealers 28.00. Hens heavy breed .34 ..4539 JSfuturoa 20 DISCOUNT ,
laTcstmeat Securities Falrehtld Cm *: Airplane Corp. ___ mostly 27.00 down: stock cattle firm a' %
Glen ? 16.SO-19 DEEP FREEZE MEAT CASES
Aide Coal ____ 1 SO on m.dlu.0 choice light
Fhoae 6805-Teletype DB 10 Hecla Mlninc Co. _____""_-__ 13'i stockers.:. averate-cholc stock: calves .Dd COTTON CLOSING FEB. 27th THRU MAR. 6th
Kalser-Prazer __ $54 calf and calf.weitht yrarllnts to 2000. NEW YORK (Art After rrs.ns .. UUeS Reach-In RefrigeratorsCOMPIETE
Orlando Kroeer Grocery _... ---___ 47 Salable sheep 100 (estimated); total not .. SI.75 a a" in early dealings. stIes
T. Nelson Rourke Lone star: Oa Co. __ ._________ 11" gIven; compared week ago, slauthter lambsSO yntortfar finished 40 cent to SI EQUIPMENT FOB
; & Nla ara Hudson Pw Corp. __, 9&. hither other classes: around steady: a halo. hrah..- than the a rw>*ua cl_. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Cit Gas Floor Furnaces
'noMember Mlei-Beemrat-Pond Co. bulk sued and choice fed wooled lambs
14'ra Suin was stimulate
: kr a higher thanexoectod
NA.s.D.. Pantepee OU oX Vea __ 10'ra 23.79-24 IS. week's top f24.IS for well finished ...id..b"'I7' cotton: parity. General Cooling & Heating Co. City Gas Ranges
I Sonotone Corp ___ 3 kinds tenet-ally scslint 100 Ibs.rylnt Tractors antm.ext.d
h a ems of about :2S
Davtona' Bearh Fla dawa. clool"l1 peak 2..00. several cars c.r- 41 w. Ceatral TeL TCM
e'pe& 8% paInts but the Department of Agriculture City Gas Water Heaters
t Stand Lliht: __ 33 medium end or .burrs and muddy announced an advance of 74 points over
St. Reels Paper Co. fleeces 23 00-23 65 load 118 lb. good and the January. schedule This action raised)
eherwtn-WilUami chlliu led Westerns early at 23.00 with 4*
147V.
the presoectivo .
loan levol for 1 4T cottonalmost
Thennoid __.._ ..... 13S ear of same weight late at 23 9O medium 2V, cents .
r. for waterfront?
a round 5515854.inch Want clean
Veto Coach ... .-___ lSa and good wooled Iambs 22.2-22.15. medium a
h -
: middling cotton.: Based on the February
Tampa Electric __ 33" .kinds 20 50-21.75. few common down parity the H. A.
new rate would 26.83cents Co.
Technicolor, _, -- 111 ta 17.SO: three decks food and choice 11 a pound.Sorao Aquatic growth removed from Daugherly &
SMALL LOTS SURPLUS SALE Textron ___ 17 lb. clipped lambs with No 2 pelts 21.50: buying aloe was attracted t* the any body of water.
United Drug 10" three decks fed Texss rescues wethersaround list by indications. of strong __.tiaA bySouthern
UnIted Gas Corp _. ___.___ 15' 95 Ibs. 2O OO: package comparable: Senators to elimination .
hh a augwstod
W. Va. coal A: Coke ______ 11 trade 11C Ibs 19 f>O. with yearling .... of tho ".-c.nt subsidy on cotton BRUCE THOMPSON Robinson a Bum Phone 2-2458
and 2-, .r..ld. discounted 2 OO: eight car .
e.p.rt. The
cotton
exavrt subsidy rate" Chess S-44M 421 I. 4.5.
Oraag
FLORIDA
mostly food and choice 114-I3O lb. .h. .
recently woo cut from 4 to 2 cent. ,
Property listed below and many other items will be INCOME TAX pastured*.1-11110.slausiiier car e ISO.... common 9 f>O. medium Western ttood tr"r" :''during taking'tIm and moderately hedging I supplied active) con session Orlaa-d ,

slaughter bucks 5.1$. few decks flesh -
offered to the general public for inspection and sub- Returns Prepared feeding and shearing lambs 21 OO and opening, following calL heavy dealings on thoI

Reasonable Rates 21 25 with few loads In medium and good I I 0... High Law Last j

mitting sealed bids beginning February 26th and end- OPEN EVENINGS slaughter fiesh including some wheatfwlders. Mch _. J4.TS 34.7* 34.51 14.Sa u.l. I
at
and hearer buyers
to feeder May 33.55 31 5* 33.32 33.3].M up 8-12,
:22 3S. July 114 31.SS 31.37 31.43-43.. 19-14))
ing March 5th, from 9:00 A.M. until 4:00 P.M. each MALCOLM B. ROUTT Oct. 39 M 28.n 3*.CO 2S.II.IS up 13 II SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION
Tax Consultant If ouent aa Dec. 2* M 2S.14 2*.OS) M.O2n UP 2VMch

: day [excepting Saturday and Sunday] : U W. Chorek TeL ttn FIRST Time We Middling'4* IT.J soot: 27 1440n.*4 27.S3 up 27 11.6H up IS ,


:. INVESTIGATE us-ussmlnal. Mrs. Lillian Seville of The Battle Creek Food Company ;
IEFORE YOU CUT

Garden.Tools Dental Equipment CHIROPRACTIC HEALTH will visit our store also this week for the purpose


Serving Trays Sterlizers SERVICE of discussing diets and diet aids which have achieved


: Tool Boxes Battery Carts LOWER Dr. II. T. L'thlaat I such phenomenal results at the .

Chiropractor
Fire Extinguishers.Step Ladders a* Tatar COST LOANS 715 W. ColoaJal Dr. .

: Home TowaAe > Installment Lass Dt. Phone4161 WORLD-FAMOUS BATTLE CREEK SANITARIUMWhether 1

Bench Grinder Chain Hoists t Evraiafa ay .ppeia&aea& I
A HOME.TOWN TRANSACTION I FIRST NATIONAL lANK 4th flow

Desks, office Hand Tools r you have a special problem or 1

Chairs office Coleman Lanterns merely wish to round out your regular .
for
Headquarters
diet with deficiency-correcting foods
ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIR CO.

Filing Cabinets, Electric Lanterns Mrs. Saville can bring you an unparalleled !-

Platform Scales Small Light Plants FILLDIRT 21 S. Parramore St. Pigkt Chess :: IJH background of experience. Don't BATTLE I I CREEK

miss this opportunity to find out how + *

simply and easily you can help yourself SPECIAL I PURPOSFto

Property is located in Building T-2089. For further Rewinding Jlair anil Service better health. -


Information contact Salvage Officer, Captain Frantz, Health through healthful eating ba FOODS

never been more important than in these
I Phase and 3 Phase Motors

or his Assistant, Mr. Bethke, Phone 2-0761 R. B. Brossier & Son busy days. Learn how Battle Creek

f I Foods can help you as they have thouChamberlln Natural Foods

Extension 1737 I Skilled Employees Guaranteed.. Work I sands of others. You incur no obligation, .

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f &imhag &rntintl&tarORLANDO. 1!. Lost and Found 17. Baa and Moving 19. Services Offer 19. Services Offered 31. Good Things t Eat 33. Articles for Sale 33. Articles for Sale !133. m Articles for Sale

FLORIDA BOSTON DOG-tost. PartlaDy DEEM'S DELIVERY knl. phon FLOOR SAG AND PG RADIO RAAl man ap ARMY SURPLUS clothing sal*. I CAXS-tganon e.pdty. for oil .,
blind B1 Name CrackerReward. 7673: light moving hauhnc.e -nlc. Moer IIl.nee. rates: work ICI.CREAM SANDWICHES-At' Overcoats. S815: women over gas BumbT 102 .
PAGE 12 MARCH 2. 1947 30M te 8t- WIt Parkor ryoadlnsuredrsonbl_ rates. portable power Ult Established . Boyd at Wyckoff 2524 Le,'.11 H. 0.. I .. 87.'5: _&Iw jacket Church FURxrruRS BALE Drop-head BI.r
'- P.O. Skilled workm.a licensed; 8. PuRl Ave. phone 2-2821. work 'akeU ; pants 1.V SM:
8 38. 113. m.dlte. r.u
BET cea ca
aw.
DRIiuE-SYs CASH REGISTER-KItchen
f. : Insured Surfacing : and socks.Morgans el1t.nls Outside
DOG LOST-Liver and white. o Flor REPAIRED to 18 hour W E START 8HTPPIKQ sheet 201 L clU.bn"r $
MS
BID I eek. Pickup er stake body. 904 Co Phone fc>82 RIO Salvage Store 46 E Church. rk Y.1 A.e *
r Ib answers to P 164 sre. Work guaranteed Pickup Temples. Kincs. PinempDles. 1 Slfro. e rd.
Sentinel-Star < OrDr. PIOD. 2JOuBE'S and upholstered Cooper Moxie Store ALUMINUM WARE Doubl S35: b 13 Iple
Blue. Winter G.rI FURNITURE REBUILT trI Can t Leoa Tb br and bedroom
: Local moving; We snake it look like .at 20 W Church. Phone 4652 5 W. central Aye.LOOKFloridas P' Cn.Uk P.O. P.. wih a TWE1 II I at br.1 1& $2750metal
Want.Ad Rate BOSTON TERRIER LOST Answers .. of H. h..ks B .I& 1 bk c.
low and have plenty evens
':i:' to U.R.ad .telephone Kent for Dekle'. Lne pk1O. A I. very materials lt.Furniture RFGl_ shingles aluminum also I fIes tree rn ll. l.nL. 220 8. Orang visIt Hardware 220 Or.nle. Pl. '.I bs Wtl good cu spring and
C.f C. :
Dally S3* SWT IU* 431.IL Moving boo I.e, ". D.I 4965 W. Church: 24831 asbestos-aiding For er..t.d. or applied: ,I Temples. Phone 21841AQU 2-184. I piece laul CIPIee.. :en I
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CIGARETTE
lelcs tineerints Sveet. pink andseedless Ronson.Zlppo. lr.kf. aL
(Minimum chare* Me) P L-H C. Call LONG DISTANCE MOVING AH and work lu.r.Dtc etl.t 3 i Also fall line Card E.. UGH Lotnex.Rermans Chef ru. top all porce
tbl
Sunday 27c CM 2-361. Lbrl r..rd ..Ilnt.. Packing Marine crating* Storage local mo.I. .- GE rp.lr .ork CNCRe.Joh Rtaer. Box years Winter 1. SmIU" Sn of home baied.rpfrL Large country .tad.. chai .o.ch b Loan. 27 W. Church I I laR*11.: new full. a. and sIngle
8udd.t G.rde .es' 804 i '
R. fresh
; (Minimum char*. 81* KEYS LT-I Conway e. 115 Coumbl.. Pho. .15. e 23. Z.I.0.BOUSE mond RY. fryers ores 65e.69. Fresh, dre" drawn a'fle' .1. Sllth. M..04. CIRCULATING HEATER IU. wood: i|I I coi.PrDIJL 72 s.el. Tut
PAINTED 8100 and up APARTMENT EQUIPMENT 1, S25 Furtue C. P I
:3 Consecutive Day* 18. Una a day large. ring of keys;Coen.reward .. 8292POCKETBOOK LOADS WANTED Sells Field .D or IPr. R.U.ble. licensedContractor. REIBGEzper. of fine fur .nngl stop and save at The ranges cta Iten with m a Call lan.6s4S m.ho..I after 4 f Phone 470
2 Consecutive Days 15e line a day plnt between and mun .1.n I Oranc BlomTrai refrigerator Move 3. !
iCount t Average Word 1l1JMjNatietlal LOST. ladys black 4th .and Stanley P. Curtis and Co-. 229 Jenkins &. Sand. 229 Boone St- phone at 20th Look for the tent.ORNGE8RAtTr and electric water. heater wall type.. CEPlumbn. fixtures coo
plastic: at Lakeside Park 8.t Warehouse Co..Phone 2-3184. Grove A.e.HOUSE & 2-3795. __ __ heaters Modern pl.t ftts lel.t. dell I
(Out of State) Mat** table Ration books ripe: I" Appl. I I cash and ptRNfl'VRZ-Davene- chairand ,
Bind Insertions 30c per lln* d.BI.ht fro In names of Virginia PART LA WANTED to or from WASH. with steam This REFRIGERATION prompt ell .t d.lcou. .. lOt : N. Orange; 2- Freeman 711 W ter.Church St. bed
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:3 Consecutive Days 25e lln a day Lee and Paul .l from Tampa Fcb28th J not fashioned hou cient .u.r.nt.e service on and shin bushels $22 BOLT CUnulnC Porter ,, ehrap pw:1T.BoI.o I
1 Consecutive Days 20c line m day En Jan Napier and Fulford Straee Co.133 washing you .i get the .omm.rcal dome.t makes call plus express C. R. 1I&.en Grower bolt up. Knos CHICK HOUSE an wire fencing
Minimum 3 lines) Arminta. and Charles Deaton. Money M Main St.. Ph:288. of your life i 71 let us steam. clean N. :. K"lr. lor. De.ie.709Mills 301 W. Far Ave. dial 3-3554. Stores Co. 25 E. Pine Phone 2-36.I i'I. :1: and noon.CHAIRSOakBank on 2-6 bt.een i.I' FOOD lunch boxes: picnic juts and 3. I
An Want-Ad start In the Orlando and '. Call your house: ntlm.t. St.m 53. BABY 2. small with 1 ba-
ethr .Jubl .
.rd
arnd. lets wyckotf Hdw. 2524
6411. for_ 19. Services Offered House Washing Co.._ furniture upholstery 32. Articles CI.. of England and :
Morning Sentinel and ar printed .I Ene. Ph -: RUGS : d.ne for Rent 86 each: baby carriage.
la both the Sentinel and Tbs PUPaS LOST-Shoulder strap, brawn HOOVER VACUUM CLEANER : lustcriied by KlDI. with 11 Ph._ I ar.llht bk. Imiat del.|j I FOOD 1Pr upright
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Orlando Star .. the aam date.Til leather Contains valuable p.p ATTONS dressmaking: button- Bumby Hardware. Co. rawartim... cle.nl. d BULLDOZER-For rent: hour or lob: row and V-Bot Orange 54S4 EqU e 31 11 j I I I nbl fet. Sutr Stores.
Want-Ad Department I. open only. 312 Pulley Court Ph. 2144 College Park Modiste Curb: Phone 8104 eo..n. Phone 2-2990 torte size: palmetto rake Ph. 7135 BAT PI.y"o opposed '! Oran eFELT .
from .:30 a-m. to S ..... daily. WATCH lady Shop. 2202 34 Edgewater '73. HOUSI-WAHl- 5ln. win RUGS AND UPHOLSTERY cl.Q or 2-2097. R L Bunch tm IIIJ Onan. 2-yUDdn tabard motor: DEKA types Prices reduced lot and building paper roll .

: Bandar from 9 to 12 .... WRIT. L. .ebloD p ADDING MACHINE SERVICE-Repairs ., .Io .Or. lk like in your own home: approve m.t FOR or aro fr.8 SS. Beautiful Ford.. Business Equipment tog; aluminum rna alu.1'f.
Co 390
Deadline for Sunday Paper Bator- p. ease: reward: ph. 61.U. made on any make adding paint Jb. Ce'Dln. .ata. ods.: moth proofing Di. Ce.n BtZE, land R-Bo X. family b.t for lme.te delivery O.nle. 55. roofnu and flat aet
machine; genuine factory floors IJP.1Y. 2-31. ers phone 7642 cont.ct cleau. DRDiKIN-FuzAc Mill cay Boon.Advertisers pr. ..up M Son 2-147. P. Cal B' crp.
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Beauty Parlors Pled. Orlando Office HEATERS CLEANED and repaired R -48- lion Co. phon Jml71H.rd..r. New and used. PaY
requested to. notify GERATOR REF -
art : c al "Alex and Blake" 102 W.
J.Pn. 51. hour FLOOR POLISHER j' ns Immediately of any error la Other .Pll.n. services Workno.nred BEDROOM SUITE Rock maple: cash and .* 10 t 2 per sent .a"or
Sentinel-Star AMERICAN BEAUTY SALON-New MedUn Phone 7364 Same as original finish Brt.*. sander; bT day or hour. PI Forefathers: wood porch shad 51 DIMS Q ROOM St oak 9 pe. Co..
their ads as the will Ilh. B Prlt.
b* responsible for only ... incorrect location 44*, W. Church. Room AWNINGS porch curtains Venetian 2-321. .or night 8942 General Electric" 6 E Cur 2-2821. WckoU'1 Bdw, 2524 Inches: 810 Phone 2-16OO. living rol br.U.R set. 65 Currh 52.
Insertion.Ton 7 and 8. Phn. 131. Irene Audre bUnd slider covern.. Phone 1821 HOME SERVICE General IP.lnnew FLOOR SANDER and edger: D. BOAT-24 lots mahogany kitchen : lamp: 1223 Montana '
and all 8. REFRIGERATION SERVICE house equipment reasonable 2 f rb DRIILS .
M.r .JI.1 types Pnd. AW. Co.42 construction Windows : : Ph : 75 H-P -Hand drills si SO: breast
- Can Place Tour per..t cld open T. and caulking service Licenced and hold and commercialSpecialize in Wrrkoff Hdw. 2524 hl .t Harold drills. $5 45. Knox Stores Co.. Z FURNITURE VALVES-
Want-Ad by Telephone Tun appointment.AMMZRMANSOpeci.Iining ACETYLENE and ele'n welding: bonded Dowswell Phone 1522.HGHYa rebuilding repairing cases coolers: FLOOR SANDER. edger and polisher 8np. CODdlet Realtor. 110.. CentraL E Pine Phone 2-3163. ,,
in cold Ia1 work on pwp saw mills GAS and oil bure serv phone Ferguson- Rerlerabon.. 5 N Ter7. Johns Hardware 2208 Edcewtier 111. DIAMOND RING-Beautiful. 28 diamonds This 1* not a "need f0 spac" sal*.
Dial 4161CLASSIFIED waves_ facials and aU types of aD la I .ttl fan Call Drive phone 2.1. BEDROOM SUITES-China with blue ..pphu center i f Studio couches M9 5 3P' livingroom
beauty eeu.Call Mrs. Reynolds. and bra casting McKn etm.te. Roofing and roof re SEPTIC TANK INSTALLED and FLOOR SANDERS New American oil range living dot. all full cut diamonds: must sell I 25O. sun $98.50 cO '
20 E. neyMathlne 131 W. Phone Cleaned. Stat .pprovd: 20 years .' rom Phone S17 E 95: t-28 95;
Pn. le. 66. 1.lr Id. 528. in 8 .edter Reasonable rates. gls; top tables St. 2-078. Curh. I InD.nprD. matna
JEWEL CHARM SAN Specials AWNIG8pl ocstans of indi INCOME WORK and bu..n.. Alem.U. 67307571SEPTIC C. R. Burke 1805 8. Bumby A ephone -. BLOCK MACHINE-Mixer pallets DINE RL'GPI.tllm. with 33 : br.ak.t rom 89.5 kitchen
TA ; : .
bkleep '
815 cold .. sin Shelton each home. call TANKS : 78ol 2 S42 50: drawers
log set CANW-- : renter
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up
complete 8450 J Box 223.Zvilwnnd. .
Rainer.
11 9694 Ventilated Bok telt Sis 95: (29.95.
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machine pen.neDt. 87 50: IU. A.nn. of Orlando.Room Parker Service thing pumped Edger and l. stones. 1 carat each 3 baguettes ..rrob.
machine!* Bele. IIS 14 Burke. Permanent fRSANDERat. F. and 2ft smaller diamonds A Wtmmire Co* 300 1.I
... 810.and.5. All C.d ALLIS 2.128. Inured. Route 19. relldeDt bndc .equipmentat BABY CARRIAGE Hardly used An Box 297 barl.ln: Church. Phone 677*.
CHALMERS SERVICE and
B .
.u.rl INCOME TAX Smyth Lumber 5Sta.
computed r..n.ble rte. excellent buy Also baby crib. 1513 I
6. Flowers and Wreaths teed:.506_W Amelia Ave Phone II.1Yut I parts: tractors and power units. for individuals f.ner RtUl SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED. Co. 1 Orange Railroad W. 37th 8t.BEDRM DESK-Roll toP. oak: also small fist
salon. Farm and Home Machinery Co. 430 etc. George A. "usinels. V.ClUI cleaners All makes J. R. toP. ph. 2-1048 or 513 Virginia Dr '
ph. them W. Robinson: phone 2-2713. ange phone M.r.. 3. O. West Side Repair 410 W. SAND-BLST for rent b, hour SUITE- -plee Mahogany FCR.MTDRE Linoleum; studio
FUNERAL BPRLYS-Indiiduoi attention. I 4014 David C. I.aCo. .. 5166 8249 DINING ROM StTTTEPiece; walnut conch porch furniture and desk
for culture Hilda Monck Core Phone for .a Te : : :
AWNINGS .
Trailer .
C.nopl. Tar LAWN GARDEN 795.TBATRM phone 8773. : Small spring filled
Klttinger FIon 64 X. CcsvtraU Vivian Margaret Whidden. A SERVICE-We Slor. 4a8 N. Coch-
phone 4643. ron La.rD..- uptlr. lu V.n.. B1c Wleo. sUet caretaker service with REMODELING phone- Phone 20076.BRUSH Oanle c.enPr SS. 153O W. Washln.tn I' rD clo.it. meta 101 c.bn. St._
ah.de Bro. modern motorized equipment Oar- ut.te. 33 Articles for Sale
... CUlitK-Marden 7'. Please WNGDR-i FRUIT ,
business. W. Smith 20963ALARM 2-7441 selection
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e. den plots prepared cultivatedground JCRs
OrNI'S BEAU SOPpll 0 or
10. Baby Sitters Child Care write Magnolia Ranch. Ine. P. O $ Sup hand .
cold waves complete prm.n.nU. C RPAa, broken to new lawns Call TREE SURGERY. Winch service ALUMINUM SASH for casements: Box 192 Orlando or Ph. 2-1444. ply Co.. 2 E Pine; dial S114 -An t7.Oran.e. Phone 2 H.n.
112. machine kind clok Albert (Bud; M.rk. 4488. for Information bonded and hc.nsd. Free estimates chrome bathroom fixtures: floures- and I. ..r. 2
CARX-for children by week or prefer waves 8695: 204 S. 1.ln. 668 l. ment We everything Barker Repair anytime rent fixtures. Mills Ne BEE BOX-Draft; ;chairs FLRS-Extra tone wide Fromm sll-
! monthly Nice home excellent MRIE BEt-SOP New Shop. fl 4 W. Cent.L Ph._7696 LANDSCAPING-PW-in dirt topsoil 2-2524: H. E McGinnU. Ph.. Ph. brui.blbtnl. b seen at U Cud DEKSN.. single pedestal flat vet fox: matched scarves value
.. care See Post Mistress. Orlo Vista. St. oak flnl.h Smith-Wilson *f=00: S300 cash ocly 2-7652;
for Information:: i.tol BEAD AND PEARL, STRINGING and peat. Call Phillips. 2-2 or TREES AND PALS Trimmed and all Co.. 401 W. Central I C.l
AMY TNe. tn.uln. 5
la and facial Phone OUI. Otfte. pm.FNC
jewelry and watch repair; .u.r.a 9926. removed John Newton : e.t. S.lv.s BATB2 crlo.c. : .1. 5. $tf. etpr 0
4346.RAyS teed ,' lie Irvin Street 2 1147. AI.1 rarinad 1759.
11 Magruder phone -
s oiaiitr. PI.a 46 E.
MIRRORS
RESILVERED
lor.d Arc : Btr. Chulh.
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11. Special NoUces UTOPIA 805 E Libby and DIESEL ENGINES and power unit
B.uB.In. oil CAIGPREDo Cash der: window glazing: "I.s Orlando UPHOLSTERING SERVICE-Free n ASBESTOS SHINGLES used 20 Church St.BICYCLEBoys.. pi.m.n7w'l I for agricultural and Industrial in'allatlon FOR EVERY PURPOSE-.
= YOU Glass & Mirror Wks: 5249 and roll: Imported A
tl.t. E"pr ..orkm.Dsl.CIce Pine
ICua. rd.e Flrd.
AMANDA BRADP'ORD-I'n'cb1e reading : 812 OO maehlneless. price In good SuPPb

: eirel Aveph 2:30: 2233LDvlCE. Wed. 166 West Columbia 86.u.rnt.:cold .ri Pho.lD and 725.UP AH work perior money Ce.nel Brn. us 314 your'Boone clothes.S,. B MATTRESSES. your mattress REMADE-and We let can yon re Ru. M.tn.22213.VPHOLTERINGlp*. Co- 1122 and W. Church. Blossom.Bl.lum. / : mile a.ast Ll. Orange Holden mor condition C.t."rla.almost .13. at Tra- ELErRIC Co. 630 W.MoTORS-ho- Phone to 118.1 biT: Yard fencing Idutrl fencingplaygrounds :
Trail Holden Drive
CLAY rock sleep easy without the worry of on
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fishing Free
inboard 9-inch Lnsaolathe canMatt
psychic reading dall,. 44% BAYS BEAUTY PARA types ..RA-BUtT-AUm. spending Let as AQtYELLA-The that BEDS: Roll-Away. 39 wide; complete b.t: tcr nt.te.
paint makes all .
.. to much Pre .tm.t eovr. ; I'. h p. engine Owap
W. Church ph 70S. CruBdar.J and : 829 SO 5-pievj bedroomsuite
"l..a Pehe. Work Bomb BlimpSon. Russ M.Ure. 122 Clurc luritur. n..CallItbelis .urf.c...ter1ol. Why Shop. 120 W. Q. ft Co 423 8. .
Ou.rnt. m.J Ren. *
0 >m. Guest Speaker AngebiltHotel cld .a. .pll7. Di G Phone ___ Upholstering and MrManu the best? Smyth Lumber : walnut or maple finish: 57850 Pne. o.u.
Rm 1106 Rev Cherry 38 E. Fine. On lil. on7. Ic. $4'1. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS RepairedKochendarfer. : Slip Covert. 220 W. Cent.1 A.e. Co. N..Orange and Railroad Moor Furniture Co. in College Park; ELECTRIC RANGE Westinghouse; Phon
CONCRETE
dial 2-4858 almost new Gas side- 2-41
BEGINNING MONDAY Marc: 3rd b. FR. Drn.UL.tep. M'lrde Arcade phone 2-495. ANTIQUE-SETTEE .utom.tc.. 210 E. Rollins AT I
15. Schools and Instruction R.I.ble. Tb a.O .n *
Laneys. 149 N Orange will b* open business Phone 22400.OmCMCIE. CPHOLTRING4p covers ref Empire period, BCYCEBY'* excellent condi
for business until Fre .stl.te right. 709 N. .
8pm .
C. W. Nld,. obligationCall 2-2482. CIWi-i
Winter Park: .lhout > POSTS. 1 ft. Ion .
2 .
ACCOUNTING High Ave *
ENC (Fp
BOARD YOUR RIDING hones at the elIertal. REAtE Inlram-Bro.n W. Central. ndlo
School CONCRETE WORK: driveways: AIRPLANE MODELS-Compiet. stock at 2123 W. South 8t t in "utt US per 100; 4 t
Asalea Lodge 1I .ble. CooaclbcrTy.Fin. Intr.tioa CorD.eDe walks floors stepping .ton .tp George Stuart. S. Main St. phone models and accessories HO-OO BLOCK MACHINE-Cement mixer S 5 in butt. 100 Will cut
Enjoy riding clearly marked Bll: i.1 .lrDta t.e. 1 VENETIAN BLINDS and A-1 condition ELECTRIC WIRING- -2. S-2 .2 .a I
censed Southern S Floor and racing cars Model eon..or. Ph en length or Ltttletre
L-O : 115. RPAI R'llr.d. dKlrd.
bnde .t. b.t. .I (
scenic: trail Phone Winter Park. R.e. 29. IIbo.1282. Co. -220o for PAINTING and plaster refinished: em supplies. 214 N. Orange 6668 2.1632 furh.r Infor.tonBRAFLT tranreca 12 and 14 eDtr.nc Phone P.rl 598
S174-W School- 8'11 etm.t.o der.t.; cable H. H Parrish 220
ployes. Orlando Venetian Bund MtgCo If H.rd..re.
PHYSICHg.I T -
Tbr f-BUILDING of nn patching end bonded 1739 8. Kuhl 8059 -15HOERiiiaDd-.hole.aii. .-a.7 S Orange. Phone FREEZERS Deep Frz and York
BARBER SKRVICK: c-alrs ready Userve lt. repairs to homes Orlando Homes ServIce ;_ 2-184. Two sizes. Appliances.
months Write for Address M.lnteD.Dc
you with fast efficient. service 228 15th B'.. Miami Fla. buildings. of any kind. See T. FFullard phone 9948 WASHING MCI REPAIRE welder: oil water heater: 2 No.l4wIre.lclt.Prldgen rose: .l. wool. rl" Warrens. Winter ENGINE LATHE-South Bend 9"', 428 N. Orange Ave Ie
All Onion shop W* close at 6JO 1.1 We repair 68.BATItROOMTILE Model C; Universal and Independent -
East Side Barber Shop. 60 X. Church. REAL ESTATE LAW and practicepreparation 39IAmelia_ __ : phone_2-032. PAINTING-Minor repairing Quick. parts. We refinlsh Ail work guaranteed ._1280 20th. In chuck Metal stand motor tl rNIUU-UDUa. Vad abused
BOAT TJUPS-fr a Silver for broker and salesman cABIn AND MILLWORK to special dependable service Best qualitypaints Caldwell 4c ServIce tfm -WATR HET- r.. proof $20. .Multiplex 30 r bought
MeDor.-t H.rs RP.1 All colors: 1. from Mather .
Springs Ok. New cl. first of year Flrid. Lumber Co. and .0rkm.nb1p. Ph 17. 707 N. Mills: 40..1on. Per.tle. lt 2.417.ELCRIC of Orlando th horn
through Phone
lawaha Wls Boat Coma to .. .r sign IP for Mill and N Ed Curtis _ __ "Mprl.nd'IJ" Can make Flee eatm.I.. 2362. TOASTER-Rot III. of frl.ndi furniture: 56 E. Church.
phone Rlve. Mt. Dora. FlaCHARI8 WorD scholarship School of Real Estate CONCRETE SERVICE that lasts forever pmTGAnd repair work By con WASHING MACHINE SERVICE- del.u, Installation Convenient BUILDERS RDW ARP- Irol. red lamp. In FOOD CHOPPERS-AIumlnum double
: La. 139 X Pin. ph. 156.YERNSMe floors; ourspecialty Winter Park ficial Maytag service de t""I.. Wiard" Keiser Vogue Theatre complete line S H. R. Parrteh boilers, bathroom 4 and
girdles CRE.: Brtr.* .ome.. all serv W.lk.steps;dr.e..y.fr! .. Dun 5963. Ph to liter B.ron'.s. .Radio*. Winter Service Park.next 93.WELl. Blok. ._: dial 5136 Lumberco.. N. Or.nle and Railroad ware. 220 ..p.O.nle Pho. 2 Hard. 6-o.uart pressure coker'a.l WilsonLeonard
) who ambitious Concrete. 1622 N Mills; 2-0256 ANTIQUES-Brass sole l : silver O-RIde" Hardwarg. w. CentraL
LO. .. 1239 Mt.Verson_ .r.d. are h.1 DRILLING eot BABYTOL"Walt ENAMEL-Just received fresh stupirent -
Specialize smalldiameter
HUo. Avo in
desirous of making money who would ESTIMATES-Color sugges set Silver plating done Hardwire So-E 2-218.
DOORS Sash: screens: t.1 -Zy 3-ho enamel in
.. FIRE-DISASTER At .B..ror like to get started in a permanent tore fixtures; c.blnet ; and all PAI deep.el 2" .2"and 3" : also brass polishing Wescheg 102 W. Curch.BIOARBaKh. wide range of colors Knox Store GAS FLOOR New '
recom .. Cole
tODI. RU.bl 1.IDtn
bk can F H A PAC.
Iho Te need dhe. cotwuwn.1 business with a real future. To such types of repair a.lnl Orlando mended Bath. 61. s. Inlt.U. call. or pump write on F. P. French.planIf Trading Post. 210 W. Church_ and Lomb Co. 25 E Pine Phone 2.3163. man (895 eler hit .
m.chl.Uvr.r people w* will not only furnish the raring.yachting 10 .al.
Wocaft 13OO w. Washington Longwood Florida Ph 6. ATC FANS-prepare for the hot 1"le hors ELECTRIC IRONS-Automatic control h."r .utom.te
t.bl. cU opportunity but give training .
them W. H ,. 351 ee..r PIANO factory installing an : Ph 2-24. Samson $42 5 1 h.p. mor 23 ft.
Winter Pak, or are phone 637 S'I. D.. .and Contact cooperatIon Mr. Patterson.to Insure success San ELECTRIC CANE SERVICE; only TIG.. 1110 rebuidln.. Or.DI BlossomTr. WASHING Service MCE REAm attic fan in your ho'e. We will also 5:0 to 8.0 pm.BEVRGECLR.. _ Bumby Unl..sl.. Fotr.. Cunh. for unfurnished $25. priced'
R handle the quick sale north It. W.
ter Monday. Tuesday outlet Hoover 83: L Br.nch..u. guaranteed Al 1Dlt.U.ton. Coca cola: 10 ELECTRIC MIXERS Toasters. .
Juan Hotel. Sunday. DJne lart : WI"rD 2014 E Blue-flash beverage I1c Lloyd-R. Boyles. 354 West FrgBcb.Orance .
clen.
For modern service PUBLIC STENOGRAPHY and letter irons and hot
Plea
INCOME TAX return prepared Reasonable cU Kaley Ave phone ft. capacity Co. er plai Th* Pai City
only statlon writing Parker Business Service AppUanc fall 9117BEAVER 10 W. .
rate* Strictly confidential. .uthorz.d Ho.er Inlt. ; WASHING Inc. 210 N. Orange 4537 '
... WARE .
Wash tub
Malcolm B. Routt. 23 W. Church Information IUK or 215.r"IEREAIW MCHNE REAIE BOARD Used but good condition 'GALVANIZE *
2-128. AU ELECTRIC
Phone 6675 Open evenings a 1.Tni and refln- PIPE CUT and thr.ded t your specification m.le.rte..work. ..ua'DtHd HsrreU WestSIde re. ASBESTOS The board STONEWALL of a thousand BOARD uses.-. : lull pIne.. Ph 2-1046 or 513 gals: WAT HT. 3 H. buck.t. ..rb.. 1t.H .

INCOME TAX-Be Sure-Get an AIR RESERVATIONS and tkbt an mo.er repaired Florida A 8up.i RP.I. 410 W. Gore Ave; 7795 Mills A Nebraska.ALUMINUM Virginia Drive.CLEANEREureka. ers: an new; get them while they Phone 20
legal deductions! Can 2- '-Mail' lines Sunniland Travel 3 R A. "Austin. 542 Piedmont. Co.. 630 W. Church: ph. 6118 w'iiE:4io your roofing roof repairing vacuum: A-I condition last Al Wiggins. 2014 E. Kar O.nl.GASOLINE ENGINES 2.184l
: MeMond.BkkelW Tax X Fine Phone 5301 Phone 221.rRNITE. FAINTING Decorating: brush and roof painting and carpenter ROOFING and building 812.50: phone 2-1046 or 513 phone &4.EECIC H-P air-cooled all Clinton 1H
Churta. HAVANA. CUBA- tours. RADEAntlqu.re- spray; commercial and r.ld.nt.1Dyn.mlc work. M O Virginia fU Florida '.nen..
apen r.p.1 More. 72 Fr.n. products See your local hardwareor REGERTOR2 Supply Co.
. ROOM BOARD-And nursing care Lanier Travel Service. 30 Pin tape.tr. reflnlshes. color schemes. bl..t S.Phone_2-262, lumber dealer Call Profile CELLO; Drl.e.SIGTe perfect b.rdfor Commercil. r.nl. Val- Church Pp.. phone 6118 'J
for aged con..Int or mental lt. Phone 5301 Church.. Russ MUr.. 112 W Ing and waterproofing David Im.n SELL USED furniture on commll ply Co.. phone 7124 SUP ptlf.etn. I.tr ch.ln&bi. dishes. GROVE SPRAYER-SCO gallon tank
CO.r 6773
:, 1920 X. boat Ph. 32213.lRNI Smyth Lumber Co., N. Wrdgewood
'Iorder Re.en.bl. HAVANA and Nassau by or sion basis One piece or houl Onn. sl..r. 35 gaL hardy Waukesha
Av. Call Orlando Service REPAIRED and renn PAINTING-Interior and A Sand 229 Boone St.. phone R.Uro.d.CRINEornet. on Highway at Casselberry Jm.
) II.n. Tae uwrlor 3.nkln ARTIST SUPPLIES Textile acts and Power Unit also 2 t. flat truck.Wolfe
SPENCER SUPPORT Individually Centrl: dial ib.d U. new Cabinets t sren. made and Ip.lrd King trumpet .n.ron.ECRIC .
11 1. 15. colors: water color sets; oil colors: SConaler. Florida
Phone 3-35O6. Mrs. 1. LOS nnd.1 Furniture Co-.2323 of : bnded and WELL DRILLING essels and canvas at Gllddens t.nor : also SWEEPPeml. $20:
de..ae. 8 -Let us drill your t"mbn. saophon.l GAS
Lnl. STOVE
X Washington. AGi. CA. Orange 6546 insured N. J. B.r. Arcade rdlo. .. Wm- -Magic Ce pratlc.l
W.rn. and Install for M.lnd.r F.lrbank A.
.en your pump ATTIC FANS in 36in42 in. I ly Can
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BWEIa MEDICAL-Massage passengers Phone 2-2124. FURNITURE REPAIR SHOP Refinishing PIANO TUNING-Master technician home or irrigation Lacy p.ment Ventura Home.tok.Insulation Co-- 953 t.r Park: phone ELcICHGfS-nd___ mont ne.Street b a. 11 Pe-
: cabinet bath: treatments MIAMI-Young man help drive and : reupholstering I the tuning '4. Repairing reasonable nothing down 36 Orange Ave.. Winter Park tOi CEI.I.OGLASS-Wire base: R-V-Lite; lan i
for arthritis and Mug Today or tomorrow other fellow didnt give a .o lob Becker 441 N. Hughey St: 2-4118 Belmany Well :lnt snd'o: ; or Orlsndo 1h. screen wire galvanized and Str Got.? CLUBS-Ladies matchset and
registered masaeuse.B.urltl. W. .b.r. Ph e"pen.Walter Spear 9127NXWBURGH try us_ SmeWn. le. 2611E PAINTING-10x12 ..nd.a. Supply Winter Rd- 1 mile per: Wvrkotts Hd. 2524 Kuhl.fTHnRDand.cop Co. 25 E Pne. Phone 2-3163. bag. 11 1. Winter Park An.OARAGI .
rom
Gibr. clnl Franklin early
ANTIQUES stove
Ladies *nly. W..hln.ta Phne 21168.LOOR8ANDINOfinlalung. 812 Low east of Orlo Vlsta Orlando '087.DRVCIOWeemploS : ELECTRIC LANTERNS DR2 car garage 7il
.
Y.l. 2-21' N YJ-Leaving'Mach make. Lucy Little Antique Shop Dlt I track
VIAVI PRODUCTS 914 Metealf 5th: e.ake 3 ? IJJlal. HcUand 2-281. only Winter Park. na.APPANCImmedl.t..__ : other Bnmby B.rd..r 639 N. Westmoreland emplt..
. Bid*. 8452 from t:30 aj*. t* 4:30 telephone 2-1816. b PeDtr-.l treatment: PLUMBING-West Central Pumbln andmodern ready to go to town Also King Church Street.LFCTEIC5IEATERS. Mod.
: m. b es.rl.nce: equipment: work A Heating Co15 N. machinery baritone 943 Pine Grove- An types. GARDEN HQ8E.-00-fool length.
Ba4 .1I..tmeDt ONE DAY TOURS-Silver Sprlnl. : licensed: prompt service: 2 204 Ty. M.rDUCle'D I heavy duty green special 88 95
-2230Night7538; r. CROQUET SETS : to S14 15* discount. Don overlook this
-
W P. Registered Surveyor. Bok Tower and Rlel'wo RIlnd. I:15
15.
KY. M.rn.l.nd. Cpre. CR. : B A J Service, and
corner
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Ph. del.n. .
Burle. 181. work Bumby opportunity for Orlando Bn.
; S M.1 Arcade Phone .nd Travel Bur. RDIO-REPAlAU guaran 2.10 COII.D" .0 barl.ln "
'346.Curcl E Pine Phone 5301. FLOOR SANDING-Finishing. cleanIng : pick up and -PWOARDENS.. rototlller serv Electric water vacuum clean West Church Srt.BCCM.n'l. ApPl.n. JD N. .rka.
: 3 waxing: modern equipment: an Wilkes 1204 Col- A. W. he.t.r home freeiers. 30" ladieV. Oranse. Phoe GARDEN HOSE In 25 R. and BO ft
Thor ;
deUYn. Key.
WANTED within next p.n..n. Pi.going telephone north for work .u.rat. Hcend.call bonded: Dr* phone Radio. & Rt 2. Box 346-A. Ph 116 call 3R31. f.na.ers.radios Iron.rs bl.nlet automatic 111 Terrace 21-. ELECTRIC BRDE. 2: ".tte! If.lnll Great Southern .. 692

ImM_ 2-110 RADIO snlc. onall electric io. Int f.u. w .en A.e.
2-1& Floor REPAn .
Sur.cII Good Things to Eat ch..p r.r 44 I GAS RANOEBU.u; .o con-
17. Hauling and Moving FLOOR 8ANDINO finishing cleaning ate attention Associated Stores. 143 Gas rsnces. bottled or clt,gas water COLEMAN Godfrey FRENCH DOOR-28 x *8.90. need dlto. lt ho. off
Fill Your waxing 'Orlando Floor Surfacing N Oran.e Ave BRICK ICE CREAM-We male our ..ten bottled or cltr gas floor CAM!.TVE Phone 2- 8.or 513 Porter
Had. .cke' r.p.lrnl. ph Vi..ID.
,
Co.IJI. satisfaction tLane oil .
Need .u.rant own. SpecIal : GASOLINE larg
ALLIED VAN L.IC.-N.Uon'l Experienced tens RADIO REPAII1.-24-hsur dePnd.bl. .. 19 N. order. .. A.e. cabinet sinks. 42'* and .tr 54. he.tr 2331.CANOE D.lRNIRED.. I water ENGIE3 b.l. farm
.U ,
service on mak. bed. 6-ft porch 181 .re
largest ed and bonded: modern Prk lp
CaU Fidelity mover 6t .o Under new euipment. deU.er roller Bros.. 8. Church. CITRUS FRUIT-Oranges. grapefruit occasional chair. Bll for 17. Brow I Y.te Rt. 2
ft. .
Str.le m.n..ment. 1 Oi. Commercial cu .
By Dialing Co.. for free eU.te. on your long fen 1809 N. Or.nle '8JI.FR Phone 892. .tnl.rn... 1.00 per bu 1740 V rrarh-th rfn..ppl.nea2 coolers Old Town J.' .rved. rocker-: phone 4929 B" 18. F.
t distance morDIJ. 5&1 W. JacksonSt. SANDING Waxing polish RADIO REPAIRS-24-hr. service: all electric ranges electric bake ovens. .ndl. double FRUIT BASKETS-Bushel and GARBAGE CANS-20 gallon cPa,
.. A complete service at reasonable work guaranteed A Wlnl 2014 FOZE CSTARDTe old fash- electric water heaters Sponson: 15 16. 17. and 18- bushel: flat bottom shipping : I 8298.: OraL. Southern 12
AERO MAYFLOWER CO.- prices Skilled workmanship all E Kale Ave. phone .lh plenty of ft.. pine Castle Boat ConstructionCo new; Amco Feed Co.. 3OO W. Robln- N.
4161 Lone distance T81 C.1 Joiner eulpm.nt Satisfaction guaranteed RADIO SERVICE Want fresD eggs at Lane '.19 N. Orange W.lte J Wilcox Inc.. 61 E Robin- ., Pinecastle. Fla son ph. :63.FAMNG i. GAS HEATER-5-radlant: city gag .
Van and moY.lenlc. Ices any place within 5 thorough radio service at promp Ave. cox "Every house needs Westlng- CITRUS GRAE and Tandem Sixer Wolm.ad pressure '25. Can b seen at 1907 South .
etm.tl: also local .. storage miles of Orlsndo By hour or Try us Pick up and delivery Public TEMPLE ORANGES-Not touched by houe" ... almost new Lots fr.mn.: Insurance I Kuhl Ave.
crating and shipping. 1400 Licensed and bonded Call Wilson Radio Service 816. E. Whlngton.Phone cold. C. D. Wider Jr- Turkey of fancy Mexican b.ket. 49 NBroadway. asainst termte rats nNebraska.
i 8. Division ph. 7988 Lesson Hdwe 2-218. 6792 F.r call 6913 Bsrtow. ._ Ph 4'. M I [CnUnued O Next Page

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New Montverde School Head r Apopka Flying I[ Stokes- Eighth Grade Mrs. Flynn Mrs. HolmesTo




Has Career Of Wide Service I I I Hamilton t g .- ; Gives PlayAt Is Hostess I Attend J



Lehmann, whose election as pres- School Opens .
LEESBURGKar Held Lakeview To
School was announced yesterday, Nuptials Group CeremonyBy


has a long and varied record of community and civic [Special? Sentinel-Star] [Special to The Sunday Sentinel Stor] : (tSpexw! t T Sunday Sentinel-Star] I, LEE EDEN GRACE EGAN

service. APOPKA t Te- S I I LEESBURG On Sunday, Feb. WINTER GARDEN One sec [Special' t The Sunday S ntsnel'-Star] ISpecwI t T Sundoy Sentirwt-SwrJ

Lehmann is in his 25th year of Chamber of Commerce I Flying School Is Te now operating Hal Stre at 23. Miss Ethel Hamilton, daughter ton of the eighth grade presented ORLO VSA-Mr. A. S. Flynn EUSTIS-Mrs. Stanley S. Holmes

; work in Central Florida. He has<. Ryan Field. Apopka Municipal of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Wright a play in Lakeview assembly was hostes her Fleming will attend the dedicatory
been of the Lake County 'I F one-ac Height home to over 50 mem ecu
seretar 12 years. Prior to airport under contract with theVeterans' Hamilton, of Fruitland Park became Friday. The play. 'EdUn1, Baptist Training Union of the Stanley Shaw Holms chap
Administration for training br
Cambr was secretary of the Orange Leesburg Bus the bride of Rbr Clifford : Mary" directed by Mrs. Warren I I a weiner roast and sing with ter of the Telephone Pioneers ofAmerica

County Chamber for nine vetran. who have al- Stokes. of Steven* a lively comedy. and |' Mr. and Mrs. Livingston furnishing in New'York City, March
The ceremony was performed by 'a 3. when she will unveil
photograph
and the Seminole County music.The
year made solo flights are: Dor the Rev. Albert C. Holt in the a strong argument in favor I a
read 'a of her husband is
Chamber for four presenting
years. Society of Christian -
of Plymouth Vernon Women'
Kk First Presbyterian Church. Jacksonville of higher education for country
Before coming to Florida he to the chapter.These services -
Company Quits W. Wilkes W Dornuell. Service met Thursday at the ;
,spent 15 years in Christian En- in the presence the boys and gil. i'I Methodist of the Rev.' are a part of the Centennial
Jerome H. Johns and Glen Snell. few parsonage:
immediate families and a
deal or work a field secretary for all of Apopka: James D. Scott. I Taking part were Robert Rutherford and Mrs. R. Adams. Mrs. .Jubilee of the Bell Telephone Co.
Colorado and New Mexico. He friends Before the ceremony aprogram Toma Mr. and George Altum of
was [Special! to The Sunday Sentinel-Star) Boyd W. Wilson and Douglas W. |I I of nuptial music was Bobbje Walker : H. P. 'a in charge of r
I .ue
then called to Boston one of the "Vinc nnes, Id.are guests at the "
a Austin of Winter Garden. Wallace the devotional and W. E.
National field secretaries and LEESBURG-Leesburg Transit played by Mrs. Maye T. MacKin Mims Katherine Little Raymond : M. Whitcomb in Virginia.

came South 1915 Southern Oo. buses ceased operations J. Arey of Plyout. non. organist |I Weick. Mary Horsley Curtis, Newcomb managed progm. Court.
her
States i Lehmann a came Other enrolled in- The bride given marriage by RICHARD 1\A X \ELL well- A Members present were: Mr. j I Mr. and Mrs Wakefield otBiddeord
secretar. t yesterday. I. dude: Clarence E. Warren, CharlesR i Pamsh, Bill Sion. Virginia E
serving as her father. wore a o-piece suit know singer.. at I I Wright Belflower Jr. Mrs W. A.I vacationing
Montvrde
president of the Montverde school Officials of the company, Green. Hubert S. Green Lo of gold wool with matching hat the Morrison Memorial Methodist Beard and Ronald Clonts. Trawick. Macon Ga.; Mrs. George I II ar

I E all of this city: and brown accessories Her Church in Leesburg Wednesday at I Lord. Mrs. Cecil McMichen. [here.Mr.
for a year and a half before going which began operations last Rya. corsagewas I j I. Mn Edward Boell of Flushing

to the Orange County Chamber.He August, said revenue receivedwas ;, Wie. Sapienza of Orlando, of white roses She was attended 7:30 pjn..Mawel will appear with ChurchesAt Roy King, Mrs. Thomas B. Har-,r N. Y, is visiting her son Coach
H. Mount Dora
is now vice-president of the I, Norris : by Mrs Floyd Smt. of Helen Bner. me-sprao. and nson. BoeQ of Eustis High

school.This. J not sufficient to warrant :' Robert G. Thompson and James Jacksonville, as matron the Sitr. in a special I H. P. Moye. has returned from 1, Mr. and Mrs William T Wol-

continued operations. W. Finley of Winter Garden Wil- Mrs. Smith wore a suit of moss concert uder of the '
Mt. Dora the Orange Memorial Hospital. herman and Mr. and Mrs. S
he will Ms
year han A. Kirk of Plymouth. Gui
fRiv I and Church and Veterans HospitalProgram. !
with black
I' accessories The Pocahontas Club of Or- J of Ohio are
25th from Commissioners called gen
anniversary City a Instructors and personnel include The There no admission Cevelad
of
the Southern Assn. of Commercial special meeting Thursday nightat Augustus S. Hall Jr.. of pink caraton. charge. 1 I ]lando will have a party at theChamber I vitr he
bridegroom was his List Services of Commerce Friday F E. Hendricksen of Ann
Secretaries and his %year which citizens were invited Winter Garden. chief flight Instructor | Mr.
service pin from the Boy Sut make suggestions about a plan (J I' ; R. C. Potter of Zellwood. brother-in-law. Perry Lockhart. of with Miss Marie Taylor in charge. Arbor, Mich. is spending her 26th

of 4muit the taking over flight instructor and examiner; Perry. Special to T S Sentinel.Stor] Mr. and Mrs. Fe Tre. Winter in this section accompanied -
cty's th bu,
I' the
Following a reception -
I by Mrs Wealtha Jeffrey of
'
He served a president of the company. No ctien appare. I Helen P. McBride. of Apopka. was held ceremoD.the parlors Lions Furnish MT DORA-At te First Baptist Fleming Heights. hd a fry at Quincy, Mich.
and Howell Creek in Seminole County.
instructor and school
flight ground
Florida Council of Boy of the Windsor Hotel for Church today
reglar" Mrs M. Richmond of
th Ruby
Cent for three I,operating the line with city funds. instructor; A. R. Clark of Orlando. frend Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Albert t
terms was a After the bride and Bible School i
groom I arrived for
Sut I ct 9:4 Clyde. Ohio a va-
I office Bill Steere of Orlando w I and daughter. Mrs ha
membr of the national counci for manager: 1 the cake Miss Eythel RichardsonI o clock. morning service at 11. Hylev Shirley: cation.

years and has SilVer operations manager; Al Sa I in of while Room : 6:15 and W. Martin. Miss Ada Martin. Bar- "
Dr. F.H. Green was charge Hospital Training Union at : evening Mrs Pearl Walker of Medina,
srg. [
pienza of Orlando. in charge of I Mr. and Mrs. Van
tow
Beaver highest award for lay- ,, Mi Frances at : worship at ':30I Kent.Orlando Ohio. has arrived fo a

men.He aircraft maintenance. punch bowl. Mrs. Winifred I I At the morning service J. H. ; Mrs .Joan M. !i I Pearl Walker Cf vato.Mr.

has served a district secretary To Address I Gnner was in charge of the bride (SDI t T>' c' ncfc'. Sent n '.Ster) Sutley, pastor will speak on and Mrs Rudd. Kissimmee." !Ohio, is vacationing 112 Meda Lmo

of KUanis. leutnant.governor. ObituariesMR. book. After greeting their friends WINTER GARDEN-The Lions "Made Perfect Through Suffer Mi Marguerite Waters arI j Ave Other arrivals in

chairman of MILTON hARRIS and receiving their good wihe. Club vote unanimously Tuesday ing" and in the evening his sub I I the dancer i visiting her I are Mrs. Henry F. White t1 Tar-

committee on publicity and is now : Church LEESBURG-Mr. Harris Mr. and Mrs Stokes left night their regular weekly Evangelism parents, Mr. an Mrs. P. 1! Mr. and
Group Mitn ject will entuI P. M. Rb _
president of the Tavares club. b"Sptua
wedding trip down On their furnish in Waters. Nanty .
65. died at his home Lady Lake Stat. mEtn to a room the ." j Madl _

treasurer At present of the he Florida is secretary-Waterway I I I ISpecio! t T Sunday Sentinel-Star] Saturday. A native of Abmgdon.Va return they will b home in Memorial Hospital Dr. James will I I George E Knapp is ill I .. B. W. Brown of Spencer.Dart. .

of MT. DORA-Religious Emphasis Mr. Hams was a rihay Jacksonville.Mrs. Lion Francis Loomis broughtthe this morning Richard pak The P-TA will meet Thursday I Ii N. Y.: Mr. and Mrs R. S.

Conc secretary the Stokes a graduate of isue before the club They for election of officers Brown of Ohio; Mr. and
conductor for the N. and W. RR. i Cardon
Assn, secretary Week will open at the First Methodist Church on "Rememberance of
Leesburg High and attendedBrowns have through their Mrs J. Grand
eye conservation Rapid
of the Lake County League ofIadpalte Church today with Dr. Francis Co. utl h retirement a few Secretarial School in program given glasses to approximately Him"The Bible class will meet at I I i I Mich. C Cl

) secretary man | Harvey Green leader. Dr. month ago. home Rockford Ill She has been em- 50 school children 10 o'clock. Mrs Etta Austin McDonald Airs.% Collier
a a Lady
Lk Cut F i : by the Reconstruction and have seen that one child had will read poetic and prose

Assn. publ Green distinguished chuh Lake just two wek ago t reside ploYe in Jacksonville. FCor. a necessary eye operation. I selections appropriate to the problems Mrs. Fulmer j

man Lake County Chapter lecturer and educator He of the .
preachat ther. was membr I of the late Mr. and and lessons presented b the EntertainsAt

of Red Cross. 1 am. and again at '30 p. C. and the Grce Meto Mrs.Stoke T.i w.sn Stokes, of Fairfield. : Book of Job. which the has

He a member of the Presbyterian people of the will Church at Bluefield. 'P-TA Slates I I Holds
i You chur Va Fla. He i a graduate of Duval been !tud for the past three I

Curch an elder in the met a supper at p. and Surviving are h widow Mr' High and of the Atlanta School mont. Shower Part
Church.and will hear address Dr.
by Edwin
a Dorothy Lake, three of He in military sacrament of Holy Communion -
superintendent of its Sunday Mims. visiting professor of Jar. Ld Phaa. .a Meet For
English
.sons. Lake. Ray. I src mont. 38 of which Tuesday will be observed at the I [Soeciolto! The Sunday Sent net-Star]
school, at Rollins College.I and WINTER GARDEN-The home
Manchester Center.
were spent and now morning service today.Growers' .
Con.
In 1925 Lehmann received a I Program fo the week'a activities -' James H Harris. Va connected oversa.the 1 I Speciol t TV. Sunday Sentinel-Stcrl of Mrs. Eleanor Collier was scene t !s*> T Sndoy Serrhnel-Ster'
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honorary L. D. degree from Rol includes the Menu Ali wit Bent'o
1 I DORA The regular of a shower Wednesday honoringMrs.
Cub and two Pharmacy !OU W GAEM
ln College.SAILOR. I Supper Meeting Monday at .p.. Harris, duhtr Mi. Drt. .aknve. the PntTeahe: Group Files Strickland Coletto of Brook i a R

and the Wom's Society of Christian Ld ad j Assn. be te li. N. Y.. formerly of Winter La von. on his tenth birthday.
Princeton W. w For $150,000 Te
Home Mortgage
AT FENSACOLA Service covered dish supper 'F Meyers Buy torium the Comut Bldg. I i Garden boys played outdoor games on

Lr.oh 19. seaman, first I Tesa.Ministers of Lake Cut VaThe i, CSceciol Sen-met-StorJ Tuesday at 3 30 p. Soe'ioi to it's Surxfay.Sentmel' I', Mr. was assisted by lawn of the Fulm-r home. .

cl. sn of Mr. and J met for lunch Weea body will be forae MOUNT DORA-Gerard Spencer A program has : arrangedin EUSTIS-ConsoLdated Growers Mr. Dann Porters Mrs Cbl- Guests were Billy Bob Davis.

.ohn of BiUo and a ,. meet Dr. Green. The service -I Sunday to Bluefield. Va. I Meyers has bought a hu in charge of the Girl Scouts Boy Assn. has given the Columbia leto is moving into her new home Bob Robers, Britt Rogers Fritz

sate High at the chu Wednesday at 8pjn. Page Theus Funeral Home. t Sylvan Shores from the Ft Fee I Scouts and Cb I Bank for Co-operatives a $150.000 in Brooklyn and her friends Join- j i Raster David Bayer.

School, has been assigned to the .. will Dr. Gr M'preacher. Funeral services and Interment Svg and Loan A CfL 1 A parent in sol I mortgage on it pack house I i ed i this late bridal shower of i Kenton.o.oht Spears and
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Naval A Station at Pensacola.L. .b held thare. I fo 6800. 1 a ivte. and equipment bee.r len for her and the new home I I I Sidney .Bk .


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Article for Sale POWER PLANT Portable. fal. SIOt Wide .leon:, CLOTHING: men. women children'; BABY CHICKS_F. Rocks. N.H. Reds. I IR SUMMER HOME o rental. New I'COLONIAL GARDENS 3 bedroom I
I, power anywhere any Ume B"I .IUmDum lllad anything bought and sold. Livingston I. Reds. W. Rocks. Jersey Giants. I I Smyrna Beach. 2 apts or use as home, wen furnished nearly new. COt.ONIALTOWN-Fnawe- FLORIDA

HARDWARE CLOTS-An .ie*. a I Hardware 102 W. \ m.th H. H. Parrish i 'Billette. 424 W. Cburb.DIMOND. WT.ndotts Orphinstons too Leg- sinsle. 7 Ims complete bath and .1. .om. ten" C. C. Oarletta.jCt.OSE Idmijout. MARCH 2. 1947 PAGE 13

rood stock. Bumby loa PIANO .- B dW1 representative Hardware, Orange.. Phone i; Jewelry old per 10O. Heavy assorted I i half bath. lt. 1 block .D Bar I'B.te. ph. 2-14' furnished kern IB ***4 oosdltson.
Sldw". 2-1841. ..tbe. 84.90. Pullets 812. National Hatcher-f gain. Thrw I Boa
W.at Church ;: We __ a.r. A P.r. IN
Street.HXATElt New
I! : I H11het Ine I I irs Outlet. S. 8th 8U 66. New Smyrna Beach.WE concrete block bun-I | SI.
No. M. weed. caati end : pianos..aIJ' SIWINO MC. singer electric Segal. oe..le. W. 48. Pa. 1'2 lalw.5 rooms: tile floors steel eerIer 3 paved trta. Mike Flewer. Houses for Sale
i.. Co I
youth bed and In good Or. portable ; 691 Formosa HAVE a few rooms available for Ryer St. near E. South
"odioD Reaoaable...Un B. at 410 ,, PIANO-Hamilton upright: good con 8t, ef Fairbanks Ave.Winter Park ELECTRiC. TAIN-. et'Pbon. j. BLOODTESTED CHICKS b"r February and March. American i St. Low upkeep; termite proof. Owner Broker. 33 8. Main Can Charles j jChabok

J.ctan St. I, dition. 15 call 2-5 or 424 622-J._ Hore. Rocks. Leghorn UI".e. (J Plan right on the ocean. Bathingand built near three schools Price EDOsTWATTR SECTION are-war
1. A".1. FURNITURE WANTED-Any C".a'' 10O. Heavy Ised per fishing. Call Ocean I 88.250. No commissions added Com- : 5529.COLONIALTOWN. constructed borne tn a fin locaI -
eloaeout P.u
HJATER3: Electric: at Make Kerriek a I flan.
Almost completely
tity. When you set ready farvJahed
I CA Lodge. Cocoa with
(2 95 par 810.000 offerings. Com-
HOUSE per
prices variety: wltb fan or PACG MCEY-l K.nrr. .o .orkl condi call 2-931. CohrD.. Furniture MDOI. brlen(195 10. Ship B.c Ilrda pari500proves.Phone 2-3780. Just completed I i ready to move into. Priced for sin.ntedat. -
W. soak tank hon COkrels per 10. I ; .
48 Wlt'I 8wl for ga- 1015 W. aal Show by
Store. appointment.
8alhtr. Centra U. lee.1 Clr C.OD. new 3-bedroom borne. Extra large I Irooms. I
slat Business
1. Rollerconveyor 49. Rentals
.In. replace heavier Lndo. Pot. Ba I Robert
1':1" a R. Tyre. Realtor U W.
LOME FREEZERS-Phileo. I Rub 1.1. wit FURNITURE WANTED-To furnish Trenton CLL'LTWl- Wit1. The price of (9800 I* below
and Weber; in various aa. 1 board pl.r..e.tl frame: 1. Drier I a.lt. .BoI.r. C..le c IIS W rom house: reasonable; from 0.1 5 14.1 FIRSPROOF BUILDING 50OO Square bah harwo : the present market. White Bros.Broker. ;j Washington. 6174. Or your broker.

.un.e .pmen' .Iz and G..I I frame 25. 2;."336" rollers; I era private sale; 1402 W. BABY CHICKS. U. S. Pullortum Ft. (360 Monthly on long lea. P.rT furnished: immediate : 824 N. Mills: 3-1668.
ed _
244 off stock.
Immediate fruit
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assortment of Eng or trees; near iihapn.ni
all. Orlando.0A.b.tn. 608 W.Orante 1. 4iYx25 grader canvas I irL. types. BumbyHardware r r-i used stoves: ice boxet livery. Feeds and Poultry ,.Owner_Ph. 2-3536. 1027 Sllgh .; center. sehooL bus. and ;
: 1 Roller Grader 24'x36: 6 pulley Call before
: d1a12-OSSL I *. 6 Tamplco brushes: 200 102 W. Curcb._ selL We p.ytoP" you Orlando X-Cel Store.CHICKS GARAGE for rent: close in; .o con church. 1 looking for a eood offer ,I CASSELBERRY8710O EAST SIDE. NORTH ETDE. an

HOT WATER NLTER-N.w. "Night 52 chain. L. H. Terry. 127 8dereLakeland. .t. SI 8TEPLADDERS sixes. Step stools. Thurmond Furniture Co.prwp.' S.eu-I --O.D. 100 healthy big d.UO store furniture .t. Call Marvin.Ho..rd Broker. 716 N. K1 I! around the town. Hastings bag tb*

and Day." O automatic with ; P.. _ Bathroom 1\i Medicine e.blet 8DI.I 4070. _ I broiler chicks 1215 Finest special 571. ph. -3 bedroom: lake front home: best buy la all the town sol "Don'tb
blower .t.hment.. price Mills assorted S3 95. H Chicks. Farm-1 COLLEGE PARK kitchen hasty trade right with Bastings'
0.1 FAINT d.wblt best grade and furniture. LOCATION-For laundry and dry -3-bedroom all electric Included. Con
i ; Realtor.
and Rm.
6
.ns w Call 8643 pIl or a.. 1405 paste; .a.mel.r.t Hm1 SOFA BED-Blond maple; Tomlinson I OFCACIlS .It George Ingdale. N.J.. cleaning: agency. Commission basis. unfurnished hardwood floors crete block; Bear Highway. Terms.57000.S Central Arcade 42JT,

.1 ewlpment -Mills walnut dl 10 suite; wingback Stu.r 13 S. Main St, 8158. SUPER CHICKS Quality Utilize your unused spare with additional light I.atar. new Venetians and I
lt ; bed. HNSON'S drapes Newly bedrooms: *a rave: O. I Ii
PIANO-Everett For cb.i dul A PI' U. live and All i ibloodtestcd. profit. Box293JBStar.OFFICE IDdude. "dpor.'fd.n.5
iA-RI5wARK: : upr\ht 10. war OL S. PTAGESAn.nvlap. lr. will urn Home; electri kltcbeB available extra. i EAST 0IDE-fi w concrete Hock 3
eah. Ow.r
Cm-nra I prfet eoad.toD. -for- l 0
further telephone steno-
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SPACE rent
Jumbo broilers I :
, Leghorn
A'to I kln .. C B bedroom bungalow: furnished *8M .-
f e wd\h pultn. Parrlih .I .1.1 (748.POULTRY SILVERPLATE' S.ne. 1847 B.a Brothers.2-39.1 b... inmple. ar mutilated. BOX (1 ao per 100. Hanson s Super heavybroilers grtphic and telephone serviceDickson tor.lC4_ JeHersou. 3-1649.Da"l. R.1 iCOLLZGZ $ >. (2.750 cash balance (42 aoonthlr -

Pone 2-1841. l SUPPLIES Small and R1.n 244 88ta. I I 1 (your choice) N.H. Reds. B. i a 423 8. Orange. | PARKBnsia-as $5000.-3-bedmnomo homo with car : Or will sell unfuinlatwd. Tau
j larce feeders: watering founts.Toalde Ador.UD P.ttrD. lo' OLD GOLD W Rocks or Red-Rock only (S 25 rent Or- < diotrict buntslow built by C. W. Jamersoa.Ph. .
pay prices ViARHOVSESPACE-'or porte. ;
feet 20-rod withia 2
KOO WIRE.. hh .. 220 Itcl.. H. H. Parrish IouI. Ne. Ph t. for damond. old .ol.I.het 1'I per 10. Spc.l ...''S3 95 per section; 13.1"Un .- blocks. A spacious bungalow -. I! 2-3797. Jamersoa and Caller
on corner; beautifully furnished
8.rl H. Prb H.ld. I I, H.rd..re 20 Orange. Phone SCREEN WIRE Galvanized and broken jewelry nn. Res Rocks or .! 000 on private railroad sid- J i Owner transfered and stoatsell. ,' (9 OO-Lake front: electric kitchen Ask for C. W. Jamersoa.i .
Pon 2-111 bronse In widths. H. H.Pur (6 25 Delivery
Beckman A Sons. 139 N. anve..re'J 110. per ing: ail or any part. Ph. I extra.
2.114. aorel available
'I It has central heat: breakfast i EAST SIDE Newly built bom partly
HAND SAWS-Disston 8-polnt handISWL S. Orange. t COD. Hanson's Super or P. O. Box 1S86. '
a limited supply. Knox Sale* PRESSURE COOKERS-Streamliner. 2-1841. ae. 20 OFfiCE MACHINES-We .1. b.dy Chicks. O. Box 573. Trenton. 2-1' nook: breezsway. Takes 85.7OO to furnished bus service sIc For
Co.. E. Phone (13.70. Knox Store Co, 25 E. Pine. Pione in need of typewriters adding I N. WAREHOUSE Centrally located, b.ade it. balance (48. per at 13950 Cape Cod cottage; 3 bedroom; (13oO we win turn over key and yon
2 P.n. 2-316. ; Phone 2-3163. STEP ON CANS White en.mel! chines cash registers. Highest :!!! POULTRY WAN TIL). hens fryer sprinkler protected: 2500 sq. ft. C R. E."rlk mo.tl. N. lake view.Hibbard 1 I ran b* at home new. UcKelvey, Real

HUT. kerosene. 2-burner cabinet Logan metal lathe 81.33. Knox Stores Co.25 P1e.Pboe paid. Lehnherr. 220 8. Main. 885O. IttI. eondlt.ol 733 POWE TL. 2-3163 I platform to buildin 45 ft., Casslberry,: bono* .Winter
Orlando DeWalt saw. Thor RADIO TESTING EQUIPMXNAareasonable pay cash. Call Mr Chapman. Poultry-I pr".t -Just eornpi.et.i. EAST SIDE-Income property consisting -
An. Wit and Mall tl.. pr.bl eleetrietirlllf. SIN DR GRI1A.o cost. Ph 4765; after 1 463 N. Orange; 8636. driveway and storage for rcts' fYI house. Attached aarI I Park 783. Broker Invited. of square tram up and down
8'1 on. Co. pm. : Leas at (225 per mot apply kitchen and heater I!
& di andrn. Store : gas duplex each floor has 2 bedrooms
HOI3T-2 booms; 2 band J. D. Pease. Ph. E. Pine. Phone STAT CHICKS- N H. Red 2 Wicker Krait Ce Orange a.e .te
3753. 840OO down. b*! SO
14 (
with Mont Dra. 2.316.80FA i SKILL SAW WANTED-Model 825: .eet. 18c each. (16 Ave 'tl..lor. nre ,Imlnth. and there la a very neat three room
w1. complet PUMPING UNITS Portable and BEDS-All coil spring construction Standard Oil Station and bath la Price for
stationary will pay top price; write P. O. Box t dred. Dixie. Firms. Lockhart. COLONIALTOWft Yen can move cottage rear.
and be
bm 11. can for farm and grove. large assortment of ,, 1886. WANTED Drug store 1173 N. Orlando Ave. Winter Park right Into this wU furnished 5- all (14 000 00. Call Peter Breen with

.wlnle. Hom.. .8195.. Holier Pp A. Supl Ce. 630 W, Pord.1 "onr. 869 :and up. Orlando TRACTOR heavy. Capable of TURKEYS-Spring stock: weights S open o- up-to-date store ol: Open from 6 am_tJO pm. room frame home In good condition. Karra-Moore. 109 E Pine. 2-238O.

lt 11. CenoI I. Ill. lure Co. and 815 W. 1n1 I bush bog-harrow. Ready cash.pulling Ph. .I to 18 lb. C. D. Wilder Jr. Turkey would all be rrdlt to any would town. CITY LIMITS-Today's best buil Screened front porch glassed sleeping LAST SIDE-Fnrniahed: 2-bedroom

FIFE. Johns-Manvllle transite for STOVE-Perfection 4-buraer 1315 Winter Farms; phone 6913. r.sn. you a new .r bungalow. porch electric kitchen. 87.500. modern bungalow. Available. Free

HOTEL RESTAURANT e.dn10r Bar !I I underground water mains. Florida I I stove. One wo or coal I Pat.TPEwRR TURKEYS--Now takingorders for SStar.FOR a d..luble l.UoD Boa lot on bus 450 Allen John Allen Johnson. Realtor 140 N. Orange (8.SOO. terms. Courtney Realty; 392
equipment In stock Im Pipe Supply. 630 W. Church "24." Phone Standard office :70 son. Realtor. 140 Orange: 8612. 8612. "Specialising IB Bomea." dial 2-2471.
; ; 611$. i il helel; one he.te I eggs and poults. C. D. Wilder Jr. I : N Chance:
delivery. Wood and chrome be in good I I in Homes."
mel.t bar stools, many colors; Formica P"MP. electric deep and shallow .1 1:8. 1 For further Information ? : 1 Turkey Farms dial 6913.I LFASE Warehouse. S3 2101 t "Sol.Uanl j | EAST BIDE 3 bedroom modern
tables, all leather and |l .. nothing down SCREEN DOORS-All sizes. Screen 7407. : 1 COLLEGE PARR.-H you want t .j CHFROKEX PARK-An extremely borne reasonably priced. By owner.
sues; steam ,'wel little p.Tmeat. month. Bel-) door set*. Springs: lock: braces.Smyth I i 1 I I I Turkeys-60e Ib. 18-20 lb(.ld. SOc; Iet. 2nd lor large freight elevator ; In this section you shou'd I"utl. nice 2 bedroom. 3 tiled- bath bun- ;Ph. 9793. M K Hanevek
..b\complet pr WE BUY used us Vamm ttlf each. 1 weeks' jhtj>ka : Marks Street 1 i \' Tile roof mast.ry -
many Well Pump Supply Co H. Orange andRailroad. lurlare. C.I b sate the bouse we ara OfUl. salow. 2 car earase.
fat fner Drl. Lubr 204. PairiUa Farm. PbODe near Oranse Call Mr. Floyd. EAST WASHINGTON sturdy and
.te t.ble..j | fore selling. Poultry A.n. Shown
I Winter mile of Intte West Smith Street. The owner about |, construction. s>y appointment.
., Bette Investment Co. 25 W. Waahington. I roomy five-room house with fire
.tne cfee Orlo YIst..Orlsndoph. e. I I No. 2 Store. 615 W. Culh :921. to move from the city hat priced n I H C. Bibcock Jr.. with
'01' II I
TARPAUUNS.-12-oz. specially place In of
and roll canvas Phone 8513. living room lots porch
2-4883.
el\nc .
warmers. : .talle. .1 grills, .. i POWER TOOLS Bench saw, 8-ln: I I trete. Size 7VxlO. 9x12. SPEI PRICES and Why.-We .b.lo.the mutt at (11.50000 fully I, Robert RTyre.. Realtor 13 w.aghlnston. and a very real vain at (6.25O wltstI -

and .1 I Jointer. 4-in ; drill press. H H-P 12x1. Us8. B. F. Robin WAND TO RENT-Child's t order from Venea"laDI furnished. P. EoTeomb! with 6174.COt.LEOK j one-third cash. Call O'Harra-Moore,
elelt b.er.l. clr. 1 motor; H-P gasoline engine: Jl* GIh mo..ble sides. 4-yr. size Government for 1P. Pedigreed O'Hur.-M re. -' 109 E. P'pe I I 3-2380. 109 X. Pine.j .
m.tera cn '
dr alea cfe 21 FOR LEASE Ground floor location.
chair and stroller carriage Winter I pullet chicks ourbest -
.
..a .o..d meta saw; .11 eomprar; electric saw; TRICYCLES 2 .I.; all metal ; Ph i ii old Barred Rock.ek lr This Marks Street near Oranse Avenue.I j COLLEGE PARK :Income PARK This 3-bedroom FAIRBANKS AVZ.-3-bedroom bouse.I
I.
Park. 437-R.
and electric H Late St. _ hen. estimated 8200 per Corner < built In 1941. is at-
& drll wagons: girl's ble7cl.H. H. leaves us with a lot of high class Call Mr. Floyd. Bettes bungalow was I business section ef Winter Park.
and glassware; stock pt. dlb..1 I PIANO Upright; apartment size. rich Hardware. 20 .. p.r-I i WELDING NE AC. D I you can have at 810-100. 25 W. Washington. Phone In"etmea\8513. tt beautifully landscaped. Priced Mr. I j tractive. cUaa and located Os a 1 Osrsi Large front porch. Only
sale. See
steel or aluminum,! I Engines and roterel 5 (16.Z3O for quick I of beautiful homes. Price of
:: 125. 331 Fairbanks Ave,. WinterPark 2-184 eletn & Bom West Palm Beach.its. street i I 85.500. terms. A. C. Golden Broker
an sizes; soda fountain, water pumps shop equipment. kwken. Rldje at 914 W. Plneon Ave. to (106OO Include kitchen equipment. ..
: : ph. 1121 N. Orlando Av* nar ander-i
40-ao 1'-1. T BillS-Ivory Simmons; cl Swap Shop. 120 W. Pine. ] _ diy for full details. L .. Allen Johnson. Realtor. 140 N. Or- 1 ), winter Park.
I pass Open Sunday.
mlaer.electric Guan I I PIANO "prl.ht good for praci. .. and felt mattresses: I.or SEND POSTCARD for Ire Information 50. Wanted to Rent 6b8 N. Orange phone 2-9.' 8612. "Specializing In Homes.**
.ple er.m .c.b 100. chest drawera. cash and carry WE PAY highest cash prices for old I IdIamonds to.y R-.lor. asset I VAritVIl2A: SECTION-S room boos.,
zero
on
show flrher .rl
inets cases: :1:4 I II PARK-A real bargstn
and .registers: wood 1.1.fe Phone 2-4695. ."Dln. |I II I : between 10 am.. 732 i any condition.and damond City Luggare Jewelry I I II I I blood tested chicks. Blue I.Ribbon APT.--Or small house. 3 or 4 rooms COLLEGE this 0 rcom hash buntslow. t CASSELBERRY-3-bedroom bnnga-I $2100. 2nd house west of school.

.h.lea..ut. bath tub. eomplet PAIT-Wblt and colors Lucerne 'Terrace. J 1 I Co. cor. Orange at Church. 'I I Hatchery Dept. 15 J Forsyth St. {! unfurnished. Centrally located. Box large done in pastel shade {i low Look for our sign on hlghwsy. GLENCOE-.On inks Killarney; Lars

.iA IIUID.Barry Pepper. Ie.. H. H. Parrish eutld.1 I TEWRIRI C. Smith. Underwo. oe.ell s. W.. Atlanta. Ga. 285 S-Star. _ rom. floors. Owner has '' Inspect and make offer. Courtney I lot* with city water, light and
A. Daytona war.220 8. Orange. Phone RmlDto.Rebuilt Reduced WANTED-Old Postage stamps; alsopostsge 3 or 4 rooms. moved to another State. We hate B..IO lu2 M. nranra: dial 3-2471. I sidewalks butP* city taxes. Every
B.eh An'urmsbe
Volu. _ I I PIPiWRINCRSS-8 and 14-inch k Business Equipt. stamp albums. Incompleteer : 45. Apartments for Rent (S-Star employe i the key will show you any time. Only ,I Kn nay ate privileges, rricea a* low

88.ISUTSubl.. thick rigid pipe wrenches. Knox Stores'I I Co._390 N. Orange. 5454.I mutilated. Lttr. blor. 1847'. wife; expecting baby in July; sober: ] (10 OOO with good tem. Ask for 1.1] I as 8525. Rex-McOlll. Realtor 12*

or .I.1 Co. 25 B.. P... Phone 2-3163. !I II I TARPAUL5Aurtd sizes water .tmple. En"lop.. for.these.stampsWANTED Boa BEAUTIFULLY PI"S1 or 3- Quiet; limit (40. in. Phone I j j41pl. St..r with Herold Shepherd 1 CLOSE IN- N. Orsnsa. phone 4147.

funded. Smyth Lumber Co..M. r PERMATTLK Steel wall tile. Rustproof ,I i I Hardware. 243 S-Star. Cab I room apt.; Ma h Itt ext. 4. tlmcos j 2O E.: Wab.nato. St. PhoneSW4or84H. 1 I GORE AVE. 1318 K -Owner la hoapltal -
and ol.nl.1 I all colors low I 220 S Orance. Phone 2-1141 te Jan. 1st.; longer; convenient tobusedults. APT-Or small house. prefer unfurnished Surrounded by lovely home I* this and must sen hi* property. J-
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Rrod.ICRIGrATR'5 Ib cost: free pn.aent. Phone 2-4362. !I TILE-Your bath and kitchen In nut -10 HP. outboard motor. 10 West Copeland Dr. permanent residents: CLOSE IN-SJ OOO with onl $4 O09 I I attiettie kwnratow .! llvlns room bedroom furnished bvncalow. vacant
: e.tlat. Permatlle. Free R. WetheraO. West French. Orange I CLOBB IN-a adjoining wanted by veteran wile and 4 yr. cash required will buy this larte 2 1 with fireplace dining room kitchen. today. Also collate la risC rented.

.. 40. Will PAINT on .reasonable pricot.Complete prof 23&2.TYPIWRIER. .tlat. City. : 3 and 4 rom.llllaparment. 850 old child. Call 2-204 or Mr. Gar story 9 room home. uvaix-ns- Distance small entrance ball sun porch. 2 812 Emerald 61. Owner offer both
d n>* 8n zotn et. I (fDludlD out only. Box 305 8-81.1 oenhire. 2-0153. ; now arranged In two .p.r bedrooms and tile bath. Heater room piece of property for (2.500 cash and
ICE BOX Porcelain. 100 Ib. capacity Ride white and I Standard 1. 8. 35. Furl Oil and Wood 2 baths. Mostly (u..ned with eli furnace. Oarage. Fruit tree win carry back mortgage, no coat of
I Paint Store. 407 S. Orange.23788.I excellentlion tooth- CENTRAL AVE.. SOS E.Room and APT. or small house; famihe 2 i iadults ments
perfect condition. Barber
tTp. Ask for E Stewart with Haold Shp Immediate posaesslon. Dent fail to financing. Price for both houses
2-3557. I PIANO-Bone white spinet;-slightly j, phone 4231. FVEL line for home 1! liable kitchenette apartments; quiet .I no children or pt. prm.- nerd Realty Co 2O K W..1 to. !et us knew yew this real vain at S7.OOO. I have the key: phone 3-171O
adults nent resident phone .
KITCHEN TILE In rust proof pem.Itit. used (525. Roblnvm Music Store. ',TVPEWRIERVu.no. 86O: ba sud OIL'mplet\ Serve Ceitral only. ___ :_ s,24or: 84J.CNIALANI vnly (11 00 furnished. Pee tleo. F. and I will show yew th* property. :
A!) colon: Free 'I 531: N. Orange. 6303. i "ral.. Nol Glen- Florida." Bledso Fe Oil Co CE IN3 rooms and bath In APT or house by March 15th. 1 orS i I Inn' section brail Realty Co, 19 E. Central Ave. Your chance to get a home and in
Phone .c.t e.U' PbRC14sw1O.q Close (6 AS !I wood Street: phone 6808 Wnter! Park. 200. .aabl. ...of redecorating; will show beuruoin. furuiahed. Yeuns profertiotisl :' puT mostly all come. Frank Creba. Broker 407 Mt
out
2-36. I Sun. Yvuu couple ouly. and wife. calf
no man Building; phone 3-1710.
I W. TRACTOR International harvester.WD ...-'or pb Cole. a.d. rented. 8i2 a
KNIVES-Pocket, scout. bunting.Smyth Orlando Furniture Co 615 furnished: apartment "
I I FIlWoD'b.lfD reasonable: 422 E. Church. uates: permanent' d
9 on steel rear .. Has : oceonled. 2-car GREELY AVE, 52O In preferred
I Ave
Church. balance
Lumber Co.. N. Or.l.and 1 no drinking. Ph. Mr. () 2-3J7J. month; o.ne
Railroad. been completely o.rh.ule. Phone off Oay St. |I CIRUSAVE.2:2brom. ; Iruit. nicely : ..Ido.al.n. COLONIALTOWW New masonry neighborhood. Owner leaving State
small It a m.to 8 garaae. J..e
PLoKlmb.1 laad. play i 2-1444 or write Malnol. Rnch. Inc.P. I I FUEL Iom. > p.m. account leaving 1 bungalow: 2'bedroom with 3 lane will tell completely furnished 8roonsbouse.
KTCE GADESRlnl pin new. case. !! O. Box 192. home OIL-Have its Summer Winter in outsideby your living room. AARTENTWANTByMe Home and b..nment. I. nable. closet each: llvlr room with 2 (II 800 or unfurnished (10400.
Terms. Take old piano In Conant's. (
er*, etc. Knox. .D.Store Co23.L Pine. I 1645 Berkshire. Orwln trde.Manor. I THERMOFLOW and Heatrolers circulating calling thou.1 Fuel Oil Co, lac.I LAKE FRONT-Furnished: 2 rom have 2-3121 8950. terms, Sam Johnson Co. 208 larse closets. 3 screened porches: tile Only (48OO rash required
to offer} Phone
and bath all electric adults yon ere j 1 bath: porcelain-top and daylight HILLCREST AVE.
only. 3
Phrn 3-3163. fireplace Several sizes. i phone 5118.I ; ; i S. Main. _ I bedroom ful>
FAINT BRUSHPom lO UP: ail Combination coal grates nd portable I I (25 kor$15_ month. Call 9684. of Solarium._ _ _.-.- | SECTION Newly kitchen; Miami windows. tile baseboards nished and apartment to rent
ETCHEN SINK4I. double : sixes; .1 la.IUtl. 8mYt LumberCo barbecue grill Prestologs. the perfect mELon Call now for prompt LAKE bedroom. 1st. Per- i COLONIALTOWN furnished; 2bedrooms. and floor furnace. Price(15.7.V close te Colonlaltewn. school and.
I FRONT-2 bedroom apart- HOUSE: Aprl built bungalow: nicely
drin. mbln. ar.lne N. O.ne. R.lroad. fuel. Mill Nebraaka.fAi' I I I tanks ;Iw'P; : oils I mtut. unfurnished. month n.ld.nt. Box 105. i electric kitchen; all in A-l ) 00. See L. A. Bryant with Mar- hoe service. Price 89 009 wittt terms.
romol.'e. Wyekoff Hdw.: .I McGraws 110. tie Williams. Realtor 21 W. Wathiax- Frank
for fireplace : gI.f Clermont. Crebs Realtor
18.1. : comfortable 807 Mgtealf
2524 Kuhl. PRiT-aI I' K & K. with tripod Fuel Oil Ia. Settled couple onl. Box 3O6 P. condition. this for a nice .
ton St. Phone $106.COU.EOE
Sooth 8tnd i Buildtn: phone 2-1710.
: Irl. case. Dlocks. 18 W. Church I 8Star.I HOUSE. "furnished. 'til April 7th: home; near cbool. bus and

LIGHTFBTVBEG-Bcdrooin.' ,Store.bath 10 h.l.. prh. etc.kitchen The'Fslr Lumber RADIOS-Co Croiley. N. Orange and Fada.Railroad.Console I UPHOLSTERY. remnant sale.FABRICS Greatly- O reduced.Out 37. Fertilizers and Soil I I PINE apartment.ST 122 W.m.1 2-44.1Darhe Phone Washington Stan Spence.Baseball'1:0.Cub player- t I! .to". 20 11.0. terms.. Sam Johnson ? PARK-tlJOOO below mar- HIGHLAND corner LAKE modern SECTION bungalow.-.BeaiUfnl Most-

type and table models. Also pnrtsbles. ] last Set value 3-bedroom bungalow, artistIc arrangement we bave seen
R. 8. Brown. 2911 N. Orange Ave. COLD SMOKE For best results. WILL. SHARE HOUSE-Unfurnished. By March CENTRAL LOCATION blocks :
2.1
LAWN MOWER P.wa. (15: 18 Bumby Hardware 101 W everything in the garden Cold I my : : : retired naval officer wile. 2 I Orange Ave.. 2-story frame. Income tile bath with shower stall: oak I Ifloonine. lately. Price (12.5OO and worth more.
VENETIAN 24 SB elderly lady.
x ; See ..
inch phone 2-1048 Virginia CburthRUGS. BUNusd. :fe'\orr: apartment; screen porch oil beating this. a. H. Klttredge. Realtor.
: dren. owners
Smoke S. W. Holder plus
508 Brook-
820O
New Pel.nent.
Drive. | 810 for 513 Virginia Sol Coreter. home 914 W. mlntb. 2-3176.
: Drive.VENETIAN pl 2-104 01 haven .. Phone 962O. cash assume ealtnl m.r unit automatic beating unit metal .
LAWN MOWERS-PAN. proven qual i linoleum: Avdoyan. 81. APARTN3 or 4 rooms: reason 5. call Gould. 'I venetla8 blinds: awmnss: also large HOMELAND ST.-.109; new 2- e4-
ity. 4 mOel 14.95 .re: d":: Dr.. 2.1215 I BLINDS-Ten days de- GREEN black top YOUR .LAWN with Real ". furnished. 407 tN.URNISHE 2 house.or 3 Permanent bedroom 1 aba Henry. Broker. W. Church St. I landscaped corner lot. one-room garage room bungalow; 3 corner lots UabU
stock the Joseph ap.MW"j livery. Custom built aluminum: I & Al P.t and fill Sunset Drive. : : rea.Uor i t apt. with bath. All for (8.950; and water; 82250.
frame
dirt for sale. re Ferguson Refrigeralion.
6-room
Hardware Co.. 102 W. I steel; Manufactured In our own SMALL APARTMENT-Nice room COLLEGE PARK- bua terms if desired. Owner 1341 W,
.o. .
REHo.: shovels; leaf rake: | 2 screened porches; HOLDEN HEIGHTS-New one-bed-
LIVING ROOM SUITZ.-.Eztra chair. i .. .. Smyth Lumber I fcon. Cash or term POULTRY MANURE.115 a ton: at innerspring includingtoilet. : 1.101 Immediate Harvard Ave. home bus kitchen
m.uru. room : near gas
I I low WANTED Furnished 2 lent :
as $$ Free the Falrvilla Poultry apt. or "a.le.
Overstuffed, rebuilt and newly i Co. N. Orange and Railroad. e.Um.t.R.dbW i F.r pbn. shower: 11( : all utilities bedrooms April houl.Ger- 1 f condito. with M. J. CITY LIMITS. SJ:.-Lars* new garage furnished two porches; storage (he4918 -
Ilk. new. Circulating ap I Iov. I Venetian Blind Co. 10 1927. lurnlshe. 2418 Formosa $t. at ult.1 'th C.I .. 13th. 780..oon. S. W.ID apartment. Not complete but 26th Street.
holte.d 1810 Hollenbeck wo; RP COATING "Birds. I. .leY' ._216.I PEAT-Delivered any amount. 3 blot. from Howard aid Pddy. W..h.n.to. Sentor.: Moss 12 livable. Plumbing, shower bath hot
D. I I quality; same old price. Smyth A Room Hetl. i Phone 89'7. _ HOLDEN HEIGHTS New frame
BLINDS-28". 30". 32", top soil; flu dirt. Writ H. Johnaon'e An."bl' I and cold water, electric light Com
L 1DI1. 5. and &tot step lad- Lumber co. N. r.n.and Railroad. 34" and 36" widths with aluminumslat Brsy. P. O. Box 102. Lkh.r P., I ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-Weber's WANTED by permanent resident. I' CONCORDAVK.. 1517 S- arfca.3brom plete. 82.900. Move la. Loren Dunn plastered 2-bedionm well furnished
I house electric kitchen
Fairish Hardware 220 8.r'oalr: I I RUBBER STAMPS' for any purpose; I blinds: (8 each at the f.cor. phon County. O.n.
2-.T deUen. Rt.1 .t.mp. 1739 8. Kuhl Ave.; dial 01- utensils in In 194. 1.1.
Phnn.284i.LEAThER_ I tm. except for kitchen bdrom. 01 COLLEGE PARK-Furnished. 2-bed garage. Large nlrb lot 66 BOO: 85.999
date lando or 870
Venetian Blinds over per
.tmp. .atm.tle datn M.luf.ctunnl. 38. Plants Flowers and Seeds frame bungalow with breese-
room unfurnished
terms. Weir
System, (28E.
JACKET New: heavy fur llen. month. P O. Box 1889. Orlando. I
8u01ly last Pella
BLINDS .
VENETIAN At
way and attached garag Modern Pine: 4641.
435 lined E. Either: sire 43. paid 30. take (20; : Pin..'st phone $14 -Alex ..ndBI.k. enclosed bead blind at new reduced AZALEAS cut 10w.n. artistic table 46. Houses for Rent REFRIGERATOR Manufacturer's CITY 7J7.tITS-Can yea beat bom this? construction: landscaped lot. Close to IVANHOE SECTION-Nice 2-bdrooai

St price with flexible or rigid aluminum decorations: anywhere; Klttlneer's. representative 4. 5. or 6 Fine 2-story 4-bedroom stores and bus. Price 88.500. Mr.
LVIBRPa. and cypress: framinc RUGS-Two broadloom; 9a1 and lists In 3 color Allow 4 ween 64 E. Central; 4643. HIWAY At Blthlo. room he"lrhU Former I I Could be 2 apartments. Llvtae room.kitchen Bryant with Herman Goodwin. Ine, lot tram: well located: 75-ft. shady
-
; phone for information Three scatter two delivery for these quality with CENT 'rom.1nrrl.he. Naval officer. Immediate sad dining room larnlbe.Sz.bl. : mostly furnished. See this first.
2-14 Petunias 830 occupancyor { Broker. 677 N. Orange: dial 9855.
121. 1. bUus ANAL- ; corn flower; stucco hou. per I $5 900. terms Hlnton. Real-or. 7632.
or 116 Irvin .Ut. hand tufted. 1 year old' skillful Inst.laton. C.rl BUnds and many others; C. J.Williami. .o.th. .. yard ebldre. : .n" basis. Please phone : lot. Oarate.87.500. Hurry and CORNELL AVE. Must be sold at
Winter Psrk.184-R. 1802 2-0455. 246. Gatlln Hotel. Sundaypm AU for only
LAVATORIES Bath tubs closets D. 1411 E. Cen"ord Ph. 1315 W. Winter_Prk. ; tr.trade with Swald! Louis: Geeslia. once. This lovely 3-bedroom home: IYANHOK LAKE SECTION good
and cabinet Dk. for immediate MIR SKATES-Ladies. .I .n VENETIAN BLINDS-Window .h.d. BELGIAN AZALEAS bird baths.' Jar- 1st. to Dee. 1st.: 5 Monday. oak floors solar water beaten beautifully
CONWAY-Apr. I 143 N. Main; borne. S bouse
room newly
d"lve. I..es' In Fnd I 8katl.ad ipa .\ the very best in custom dinleres. terra-cotta planters plant rooms furnished. Garage. Beautifully APARTMENT OR hous. furnished 01 R.ltor. 1-1a. landscaped lot. (4.750 rash decorated. Electric ki'cnea re-

.a.or t.r.: 36, month :' Ph. 5418._. stock size aluminum steel or wood and plant Peggy landscaped in small grove. For unfurnishe permanent reldenc will handle. King Real Estate 30 E. neighborhood. Reasonable. : best

and Freeman.. '1 W. Church. UNO=Zircon 4 side diamonds. (90. blinds. 919 W. CentraL Orlando. 9553 2319 N. lo 21727.CAME .0. G"da those used to fine homes and know chid lmit 850. ph. every- Church: 8435. to responsible party. Owner Quick 1826 sale
.
LAWN SWEEPERS-Large size. 844. Engagemenlwith 4 small and 1 or 669 Orange Ave Winter Park azalea palms land, bow to care for one. Also newly decorated YOUNG MAN desire small apartmentby I COLONIALTOWN CoN t CLOSE IN-3 bedroom bungalow. Excellent Harrison St.JAMAJO .
B. F. Garland and Rob lane 845. The best no more at ; 4roomiinfurnlshed April 1. Close in thine is this 2brmIr.m. .
Ood1 center set: wedding. 3 diamonds co.t tropical plants. .emlmOer. ; private entrance completely condition Hardwood floors.(10.OOO

Inson.LINOLEUM. I 875 for set. Ph. 5496._ Adams.VACUUM. I aap. .brbbr Nursre.. E. Princeton.CItRUS -enlnt hoa". Box 28 /8-Star. if possible. 4161. ext. 14 b ly furnished. bungalow; electric; kitchen le furnlfbed. 83 900. cash.Ins -Small tarnished rottes*. 3

RUGS-Coll .prl.: bd RANGE Kerosene: Florence: white CLEANER.-Elextroluz; all TREES pecans and all fruit EAST SIDE-Furnished; electric fore I p.m. wood delightful screen porch. mrclat possession. F. A. Allison nice lots. (4000 terms Mr. Nunes
aad matreus table ItO Westln-- attachments: A-I condition reas kitchen: 2-bedroom bungalow: day. fon. quick sale has Realtor. 37 W. Washington.
c.t I prcel.1 top : trees recommended for Owner of with Herman Goodwin. Ins. Broker
.. "p br".U. at t.bln vacuum cleaner. (15: n.bl..2b._2-0218._ I Mills to Nebraska to Pol thl .cboD. week only; al furnished ..kitchen. 51. Houses for Sale I priced well below market. Immediate COLLEGE PARK-Completely furnished 677 N. Orange; dial 9835JEFFEJi _ _
PrDltare 332 W. Church. nearly new bob springs. (25: 11 quart WHEEL CHAIR-Ball bearing. like ,. 6-ioora by month or year. -. J.mprn and Cartel. modern bungalow. Tile
LEVELS Carpenters lYI l.SS p.ar cooker (8; ph 9669 or 732 new; will sell (75. SOUR ORANGE SEED-52 quarts Rpper Realty Co.. 2-3433. ALTAMONTK SPRINGS 2 story ReaHor/. 70 E. Central. Phone bath: attached garage. 75 ft. plot. ON ST.. 2426 E Partly finished
eea S
and up. Knox Store 25 K. Putnam f St. Monday 110.. Vanderbilt.WINDOWS frrsb. rl.D. 2. quart. Brown R FURNISHED HOUSE ; nopt. I frame 8 rooms 2 baths new A. T. Buster> Carter. 9516. 810.600 with terms. C. F. Shumway, lots.livable bungalow on a land
Pine. Phone Yates. Box 181. Adult kitchen, eompletey furnished; J Realtor 140 H. Orange dial scaped 100x132; partly furnished.
2-318. R-V LIGHT glass substitute forscreening AH cypress ; Salord. F. For information Il. ask COLLEGE PARK-3 1941 Ave4 A* I* (2.950.KALEY .
I bdrm. .
LIVING ROOM SUITE-2-pleee: chrome .ouldl.. Hardware sizes In stock for .t.nd.r SEEDFeridBurP' :: 1915-M-l. I t..n.ri. lamps radio etc.; 8 cur-I construction close shopping 22.82.CI.OSZ
r.u I Itransferred
Jar close cloth. Garden I : of grove. 2 story barn; owner school.this IN Well-eonatrucld SCHOOL SECTION-Kew 8-
oat only elementary bom
1895. 1115 tl. I cry; any style or size madeto order. 7-ROOM bedrooms (125 I center and *
Vigoro and Magic Bloom; WyckoffsHdw. HOVSE3 : bargain at 121.OOO; room bungalow 2 bedrooms; large
3. Co. 14 and Nebraska.ROOFCOATINISBest._ Also window and door frames; per. For inj I cU 1 1I modern home in a location that Owner can give immediate possession living
promp 2524 Kuhl. mntb. Prl.hed. owner Winter Park 12O6-W. room; nicely arranged kitchen:
615 W. Church. will enhance tn value.Is ; furniture Cash ale
quality liquidroofcoating. service on all orders. 1120 11t St j formation_see Ave. lou will a ree Included.
porches 2-car but.
,' LUER pixel; Ihl.lc .It Protect your borne Phone 9732.WATR :9. Livestock and WILL RENT my house and 2-room I I ATJI0-S:2 bedroom: 2 I being ofrre below pr.ent and beatingequipment marketfor only. Ph. 2-0397 for appointment school and stores garage; immediate near p aasion. **
: kitchen
each. (2 for a 5-iailon can at Glldden's COOLER dec- Supple : DELANEY ST. SECTION-Nearly new .
Inu.UOI 5 -Bottle type; I apartment completely furnished; porchea. I' lot 8Oxl4O term A Good buy. (65OO term Sam
953 Orange Ave., Winter Y RADIOS Phllco and RCA eonlecombln.Uol new; Madden's RefrigerationService HORSE AND SADDLE-For Sale. 95. apartment vacant; will give one week I and palm 5 b.th escellent sardennti : o.i and Included Carter.a t IJO.fO.. '<0 E. modern. 2-bedroom. tram bungalow I Johnson Co208 8. Mala.KALEY .

LWN-JOWElh roar wn ro- radio-record ._223_Magnolia_Ave. Ph. 7128.WASTPPAPERBASKE'rS Phone County 1901-J-3. occupancy on house; (1400 in sd- : ( rash., eate.ADAIR CentraL Jamerson Phone A- T. uae' C.rr. oa well-landscaped lot. Immediate AVE. 300 E-Drive by If youi
de51rble 6.5 O.nel pr..t" with
I possession at (95OO. Stripling
.appl7he cutting Immedl.t delivery. WHllard ft Heavy tor 1 *nce. 1 year: 23 W King._ ( I like the location. Come tn and
chUdrn at-I I I M. J. Moss 13th. Broker, 132 8. Halo
unit cmpl.te Simple and interestingto Kel.r. VOa. Theatre Block. Colo- metal white and colors.: and HORSE-Gaited. For sale cheap". TEARSLEASE available on an LAKE SECTION-N. and 918. phone 6577.DuPLEXClose. see me. Vacant. C. RJ Emerlck,

blld. *. only (12 SO. Writ. for .Ialo.n 5138._ 125. Knox Stores Co.. 25 Pine.Phone | Gentle. For information telephone tractive lakefront home 9 miles I II CHEROKEE PARK-On large beautiful I Realtor. 610 N._Chance: dlal734a._

Tator-Ut Mfg. Co, RADIOS .famous all wave O. E. 2316.WA 2-1598. from the center of town. Nicely fur- modern; ready to occupy. 100% landscaped lot. 1941 constructed. In. 86OOO furnished. KALEY AND FERNCREEK. section;
Its Income for and be
80ltl portable with rechariable battery. HING late I nished. Small children not accepted. an you ran
models home. Red bungalow S 3 bedrooms
MACHINE5. I' One story rambling new ; rooms.
JFRS Y COW With second
iUALOVERHE GARAGE doorg. priced at (11.5 with standard : like Eurk. vacuum 3-gaL Bronson-& Son Ranch. 1.11.Chic (125 per month Call OHarraMoore.2238i G L Loan. Call 2-3623. I tt'e roof. 2-car sarase with servantslavatory. handled at (1700 cash. Ask for details nice bath rear porch screened
present stock broadcast (99 50 Orlando cleaner. 1513 W. 37th St. VIStK. 109 E. Pine. I I laundry tubs. Two master : Mr. Busch or Sam Hutchins. : nice shade: clove to v-hooL bug and
[
lasts. Smyth Lumber Co. N. Orange Appliance Co. Ine, 210 N. WASHING MACHINE-Premier. Just two complete colored tile Broker 206 8. Mala. 7(11.DUBSDREAD stores en paving. (6500 terras. Bam

.RaUroad. _._ _ Orange. Phone 4537._ I reconditioned throughout; spin dry- I MULE Good work mule. work 47. Rooms for Rent I ADAIR SECTION 3-bedroom I b.tD.bdroms. trl any equipp kitchen Attractive S-room Johnson Co.. 208 8. Mala.
good anywhere and cypress
MoTRBIE Columbia bicycle. RADIO-Small: pair 15" 8 ply truck er; *7S: phone 2-1072. I 1 all ; wagon han" home well furnished including I boards. oil burn bungalow. 2 years old. Owner leaving KENTUCKY AVE.-2-bedrebm block
for :
890: phone 8816 1404
commercial or a at AMELIA AVE Ill East; lovely front Solar water beater with town sacrificing far (6.500 wIth
tires bottle
motor: with eenera- : butane gas I ing .
WATER I house furnished. Electric kitchen.GE.
HEATER-.Oaa. with tank W. Church. I vacuum washing and sewing machines Call small down payment. Parrish Real .
with kitchen prIvIleges.AMELIA c'r Excellent terms.
tar
headlampiao.Ph. with stove conversion, copper room booster.
gas ''I fruit stove. Hotpolnt refrigerator
.n 2-21t. tub _complete. 822 2635 E. Jefferson. : and oak trees; 14.80 offer. } Estate. 36 E. Pine: 2-1646.
WJ1 consider
and meter. Racn.ble. 2261 KeD AVE-310 E.: close In: near will handle: pr.ce ,I owner 2-28. large cabinet radio. Ready t* move
I LORNER-BEW.tal-at I WINDOWS-Life aluminum casement: 4G. Pet Stock and SuppliesBIRD 12.4. .
lucky Ave. Wlnt. I hundreds In stock all bus; Innerspring mattress private ,I DELANEY SECTION 2-bedroom.. Into. Only (5.000. terms. A C.

Lumber Co.. N. Orange and Railroad. ROCK LATHE. 1.000 sq. ft.: 800 ft. 1 sizes. hung wood "tnd.rl'Doubl. DOGS-Pointers: best blood home:_ lady_preferred. $300 do.n. prIce &25. bun 1.1 t.Oi.ONIALTOWN-Older typ 6-room partly furnished: 10 years old. Golden. Broker. 1121 If. Orlando Ave
sheet rock; window com- I 0" I I frame bunaalow: in ; I (6500: mortgage. 3800. Golfview'Terrace. neer underpass). Winter Pack Open
(Ai'TRESSES-ksntwet; for erlb Call 1 p.i jamb liners and Pullman balances. strain ane .monl the best hunters ANDERSON ST.. 801 ComforUMe l'lom co't.e : .o lP.U 4 bedrooms furnished: Win
(10JS. See at Youth rIte. 241.RCPON Also In stock. Wade Seot. Ine. 100 and be seen by !| room adjoining bath: attractiveprivate completely farlhed. 2-car .ar.z 15O ter rental of (1SOO: (24 OOO. Beverly Sun. -
6O
:
North Orange Ave. ROOM SUITE-Chrome W. Amelia.I _22920.WAlLPAPEROur. .. polntment. r. Box 307. S-Star..P I home: oil frn.c Bus. 11.0 down bu.. new 2-bedroom numeou. citrus tre.: lo x sale 'Shores. 3 bedrooms. 2 tile fcatha. 4I
I immeoiate possession.
MATTRESSES= : assorted colors. Orlando will fit TOY BULL weeks I eot.ee; price 14.5. I fait tots. 1 year old. (26.900. Chrtsmaa
Innerspring. without stock BOSTON Pups: 8 ; AMERlST 121-LkeL I to close estate. 87000. IOta I
.box .Pln& 11.5. More Furni I Furniture Co.. 141 W. Church. needs. Orlando Paint and Wall-1 I I male and female; registered AKC. I II Cast-Walking at 1212 Illinois In.,1. Real Estate. 37o N. Orange; 6823.DUBSDREAD BALKY AVE PH. J-2TT3 OWNER.

tore C 238 EdgewaterJJr.MEAT RFE.lt water. (3 8 and up. Paper Co. 36 Jackson: 2-531. I I I I 110 and $:) 441 S. ROUIDd call I mattress Prefer ladies or couple. modern; (7.400.dl.t.nl'terms.2-bdroms, baum Beautiful -Frame bungalow with
i ledlate COLLEGE PARK Owner going north win sell l-bed-
DISPLAY CASES fixtures by S-3163. Co, 25 E. PD.. Phone WOOD HEATER-Solid Iron; also',,972. _ _ I IBOXRFem.le CASSELBERRY Azalea Lodge. sale. I room home. Completely Tb 2 bedrooms and den. On 2 lots. 1 room house completely furnished.

Tyler Fixture Corp.48 W. CentraL load dry .o. Can b seen at 427 months f..n. 5 American Plan Hotel: nd.n horses I Vacant and ready for you to m.."* Nicely landscaped Including barbeque ; electric kitchen, fruit, garage. 88.&OO
o"rl Cooling and Resting Co. RUG-Beautiful 9 a 12 Hartford- East i Ibs "Ist.red. E.r fishing hunting In .a.oa Winter Nest and clean 2-bedroom bunealow; into. 2 extra lots. In line with to pit. Only SiO.OOO. completely fumlshed i cash.
'
Saxony lone wearing. (50; new (150. Park. 9174-W. corner lot; shade and fruit. (5.500. See this before it gas kitchen. See Mr. Paul de-
MAIL BOXES complete stock of over Cal days prices.
and city. I lo.e
31a A (225: 615 Broadway.REFRIOERATORHousehold.. WIEL I' Double front. N. Mills Guehery with Robert L. Pryde. Real-
sorted \ Smyth and theatrical costumes |r COCKER SPNIEBlk. Finest I CATHCART S. 342- Is sold. Wht. Bro 824 ;
Ce. in lot. GoIng of business I I near Lake : single 10. double E. F. SI.Tt"n. Realtor. 32 Pine. 24688.CAROLINA. [ tor. 668 N. Orange phone 2-4596.
N. Orange and Railroad. 2-or one out pedigreed E _ _ | KINO ST, 23 W.-.Compl l.! far.nlaled .
MEAT General Electric. Weber due to lllneaMake ofe room i iI | telephone Winter Park. 902-M. T (15: employedpersonsChEROKEE phone 611APPKANew AVE.-Winter Park DUESDREAD CIRCLE-Frame bun- house and 2-room apt. Corner
DelI
GRINDERS-Meat cl.n. Box 140AE. Cheney Hiway and 10 Rock B'ltldlne i (alow, 2 bedrooms living room
Tm.n Single
butcher kDn. I I COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES-Blacks SECTION- rom. I shopping center. 4-room hou. 1 (fireplace), property with adjoining lot.
boning ete.&lalnl. ka.e. Road.RAKGI WAn HEATER-Rheem ..Ietrlc.I and blonds-Pedigreed < semi-private bath for wo five room frame both Only 128.A. Cu."e Golden.Broker. .dining room breakfast Apartment vacant win give one week
Hed..r ka"220. 8. Orange. Parr Good Restaurant heavy I .lon. Phone 9.7. Keaer. Sanford. West)cd.o.8t'' man. Pie.se telephone 7888. 'J.5. Owner. Wbitehead. 1121 Ave.. bear room. bat$ screened front porch. [ possession on house. .
completely and nicely furnished.
Pbo double malable iron East 7th. .. Apopka.I Sua.
2-184. oven TO of Ella W.tb yellow sign. Phone 80W.CKERSPANIELPI.p *. underpa.'._W.ntl Park._Open Take look, LAKE DOT SECTION-S-room frame
make
fuel oil burner: belt crIer S1-b. esat. J 1 DtiKitheDP I I a offer. O. C Stew- {
.MOVIES for the Home-News Parade. r.n.It: phone 8395. P. O. Box 2947. MeValh furnishings In dl I I .d.ntar. travel Bow- Pine Castle will be sold at 1 .h.t guests. 10 miles from Orlando. Telephone II I electric refrigerator $5600 easy terms. KItian wIth Bow.end. .
cmic. t
I I SECTION I.
Shop; M. Orange; REFRIGERATOR-General Electric. auction on the premises Tuesdaymorning. Extra Saucy : quick 125 and I 6OO9. ALTAMONTE SpRL"05 I Largelot; (45CO. O.nel. Box 3O1 House 304 N. 555:0:7325.

..n ._..,. 101 \ like new. Privately owned. 25O6 N. ten o'clock. May be Inspected 'I $30. H. ice. Sanford; turn.off t -Single room with S-Star. floors.under Price construction.88750. Tile Bammle with Fran wood LAKE IVANHOE SECTION A

MOTORCYCLE.-1941 Harley David- Rio Grande St. northwest of College Mondsy. Frank D Guernsey.as :: .!t Country Clubfirsthouse. I II ST-JSN for gentleman. (370O front.Furnished cottage: on a lake CONWAY SECO-Jbro.home cisco. Realtor; room 4 Central Ar- charming Dutch Colonial bom

_D.M45". Lt. and runs Executor E.t.t of Ella M. Mc- COCKER SPANIEL IPPIE ch.mt t Write P. O. Box 633. $ Home I on 4 eacl'r In cad,: 7407. I completely furnished and located oa

A good buy See at ao.. PukRFIOERTRm.1 Nora elee- Vseh. pion stock. AKC. .et. Call 1 GtNBY AVE.. 411-Close in. *8 ain" 22.50; furnifhed.and Grove. 3-bedroom t I eludes 58 rln. trees many varieties. DELANfcY 8T.-3-bedroom like view One of Orlando's most beautiful
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Eola Dr. 8O35. hor, See Mutt with IVa
gle. (10 double Working people street 3 bedrooms sua room.
Wolfe's.ROOFING.. I $19 C 4-bedroom hornbasement: N. Main; i eungaiow. To see this house U to
MAN'S COCKER SPANIEL weeks p-eferred. 1 furnace. Beautifully furnished. 4 I ILouls Geeslin. R.lor. 143 appreciate Its full prewar construction. baths. 2-car garage: Urge landscaped
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tile Su: Ha Sh.fner. GALVANIZED crimp CAANC-U TO 50-OFF old. Pedigreed of eh.mplol P stock. 'J GORE AVE.-1 E. Attractive roomin |12.16 Lane rooms, hardwood floors: lot There U nothing to compare
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new; 10 Manhattan .bl.I 1$**: 28 and 29 ..u... Priced blo.average Phore 2-3331._ _ |! beautiful home. Srml-Do..t' ccarlsit our Altamonte Of.c Winter COLLEGE PAR- Convenient to tile bath: tile porches. Beautifully with this at (13.500: term evali-
2 sport all at (7 87 pr square :9 .aae..nd 1 bath. Kitchen privileges) Park Man i 1 stores bus. 3-oeorocra furnished. Why be. satisfied with I able. Alien Johnson. Real'or. 140 Nt .
co.ts DOCS BOARDED stripped clipped 9111 Home Kbol i
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laundered (8.32 square for gaure.For : Large assortment of table electrical ..tb many including Orange: 8613. "Specializing laI
"l.- lightly used; : and bathed. Ruble Small Animal sinle ager. Re.toT 118 2-bath horn ra'r.s less in quality and location? See
JEFFERSON ST.-1309 HukeNeal E "
will immediate delivery and ship I E.s I' sun room. I Homes.
sell Ph. Hospital. ; large living room this. Price 813.500 Sammte Fran
1600 N.
o en Orange 4848.
rbe.p : 2373.I
ment. Write. phone call by. Na appliances. Including hot room: constant I
2-4078: S17 E. Church. or plates 1 Inne.prlas matrs. 2 porches breakfast Dot. cisco. Realtor; room 4 Central Arcade LAKE FRONT-Modern 2'-etoey hems.
MO tonal Pressed Steel Co. 1601 At- DOG FOOD. K.bble and X-cek doc hot water oneh.1 blk bus. Kr.ne f..c.lc fan and kiwhea : 7407.I bedrooms, 2'. baths. hardwood
RCca y DaldoD 74 lant Ave. Phone 7912 or 5109. Write he.tr Irons broilers, door chimes remeie auppbea. Orlando ph. 4439.NERKE:1918Omonbl.. equipment compare at (12.OOO. .- I central betlng. Fri-s. 525.v
.- Bo* 3351. Orlando. Fla. X.el BEVERLY SHORES Lovely furnished STond Rea'.tor 14O N I
:Ju: I Allen Res.ur. 11i ?
'p.a" Job1n. ono. James J. Hackett
aerie After 5 : 12 ,
and I home 2800. well financed. H. War- to : DUBSDREAD SECTION Practically
other Items. I
.: 'all 1227 RI'AR5 ft. .". Good many FRZEN HORSE MEAT-Wholesale field Dorsey. Realtor. 118 S. Court St. Orange. 8612. "Specializing new 2-bMiroom furnished frame HUgh Blvd.. "Opposite ACLR

\Irll. Drive._. Ave. Winter Pet supplies foods and I j91=Room next Homes'SI ''bungalow. Ga kitchen and bea'er. I Depot. dial 7588. _
ORNGEVE: I i
Park. remedies. Open 9 to 6. Bro.nl".1| or gentle- BEVEi SOaEl1Chkbe.ur. this beaui Swlmmid.boating .
SLOTORCYCL'HarleyDavidson.. 45. Associated 143 N. Orange Ave. Kennel Marks COLONIAL GARDENSIa Yard nicely landscaped. Availaslej LAKE PRIVILEGES -
Can be seen at 1414 East Gore. RADIOS-Firestone table combination Stre. Ave.. phone Shop.4239. and Magnolia man. Telephone 4868. _ 2 to 5 o'clock. See this offering i tiful .etle. well land- tpril 1st. Offered for Immedste ,sle and fishing aftnos' in your

Beat_ offer take_ Phono-radio: 9995. Aim 5300. ; RA caf-vE6 N.-Upstairs. with perfect lake 1DIU.1 'ccaped homes we oUr a ctmPle'elJfurnished j to close aa estate for S9OOO. (300Ocash. back yard. New concrete block binge-

MEDICINE CABINETS with mirror. Firestone console: loub (139 95. I GfcRMAN PLCI PPPBaub Will working man. I Bill Tatgenhorst with view .tl.. 2-bedroom home that was I (75 per month. Exclusive with low with many unusual features and
Plastic Ivory : ful I I built in '42. Electric kitchen. Large I Kathryn Tbomas-Wyaa Smith. 4672.DUBSDREAD You 11 like everthing
Idlo Idea 10 pdire. Separate beds. Pryde. appointment
23x16 In. $ others at 668 N. Orange
$4.50.Wyckoff.ltdw. phone
R.altr. ; Allen
2.8 months old. 835 Only JohD
and .
for kitchen or : rornerlot. unusual kitchen to Its bWICO'
85. from It
5.
I *
.. Kohl.1iEFIUNKOUTBOARD bdr. 21.15 Sleety mldd'eaged ,
ROOM rumlsned: .1 8612.
stone. Orange Concrd I ELECTRIC Lawn mo.e. demon Lady Lake rla 2-49. I son. Realtor, 140 ; 2- I lot Truly a gem for (IJ SOT fur-
I strator. 100 ft. h..v cord Cuple. 315 M.rp. S.off BEVERLY SHORES-Special offering SpeclaIiiin In Homn." -Moat attractive call S'*mn-
MOTR RUEBERSTAMPS-Bettrr p"" I MONKEYS-McMurtrey's In Wender- bedroom bungalow near Country i atshed. For appointment
1'. and 914 H-P.: St.m. 2628 E. Jefferson I Liberty St. I 01.
bungalow most
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: Fnon
de Perfect .r.mb.c conCrete Metcalf Bldg.
African Staton.
Quick Service for every purpose. mere. pets. greys. COLY"ALTWN=for Club. Masonry construction: excellent son -
livery; convenient terms. Wyckoff Supplies Orlando Rubber StampWorks. ALL PURPOSE: GARDEN TOOLS-A STEELE AVE.. 25 Comfortable I construction; 3 terse bedroomsand : one condition: refrigerator and 581 I 5159. .

Hew. S524 Kuhl._ 6 W. Ch.n at S. Oranse. good aelection of tools including MOTE FOX-TR-Utm I double room: plhat entrance; 2 foil tile bath. Kitchen fsllieqsippcd I we can b.r1 recommend a stove Included. Priced at (11.7OO

MAILS. In popular .I.(12 per In'stock hoe.rakes .bonl bush hot.post- i 1 1 i King Street. Z r.l.4694. by Gner.1 Electric. In '1.8. O.H.rr.-Mo. R.a for ontck sale: (S OOO mortgage LAKErRoNT-Furoe. reedy to

keg. Al 3x6 It.I. fro.' doors. SuDaw.l. 86.75. hole dll..r )tb fort. RA1N AVE.-435. at 1500 Delaney elude dlb.aher garage dispos 10 E. Pine. Phone -3. monthly payment* (35. Can Charlotte move In; 9 mIleS from citY, a beaTs-

I 1127 Bt. ._._ 3'x6': 87. Wade-Scott.. ;100 W. I .. )1.. water hO.I PPPIS old-: Dwormed healthy. Chln-; 2 .. dfa.bie. tourl.ta private n.r.I. S.Ie.t direct steel drain to an b.rd.;. iiARKTocianestate > I C. Smith with David Andrews, Reaitor tlfwl spot. (6950. W. L. LJnt'jo,.
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and saw*. home with couple. rom. ,
; OFFICE DESK sale. I Amelia. .pTnkl.n. I I garage. fireplace we offer this 4 bedroomhome. winter Park. 659 Broker. 423 8. Orang Phone 2-4406.
lo 44-IDch 2-22. Lively Lads edgers. rakes fertilizer lese Chows males 835; female 825; optional.] (19 .tIT.WASHL'GTON .I : ample closet space; Corner lot "
walnut: like new; price. (65 lea .. EAST SIDE Furnished new 2-bed 14t With Llnton.
: telephone Plea SINKS all type flat runs, single seeds. Scotch Col. males 12 lemal. .pnfU.a bl.d.: oak lon. We offer aDl. Iom. (13JOO:
dltrbutor W. Nice
close frame bungalow and
2-1._ compartment double compartment: PhallI hose and 11.5 Tertpn: T. S.-141 t ltr"t In .1 construethin. ahol b. room garaac.
OIL CANS 5-galloa galvanised. dratnboard and caomet inks with J, H Hardware.( 220 Ea.l .: EskimoSpitz large room t.urlt Heated.reasonable. der.Woa and een.en.nc. at easily fnance.SP.t 706 8p..el- Immediate poneselon. (8 SOO. Terms. I LANSING BEACH Spanish type. 8
175. Knox Store Co, 25 L Pine. chrome plated trim. or terms. blbb.. H. P.rb. : m.lr 15. females '10. I Ph. '. ,128.0. C. R. Emerik. R.ltr. 610 Co. Met Catenaugh. Realtors 43O8 rooms and bath: patio: HIT P -J
.Phone 2-3163. 'I Ubby Freeman. Cas. Church. Phon 2-14. SHIP C.O D. your Wi WINTER PARK=Double room: heat O.n.e; dial calf Bide 2-3269 I corner tots; partly furnished: tmm '-
\ 1 LOGAN air and hydraulic cylinders Kennels. Owings. S.ppro.a ed. bath. Hot and cold COLLEGE PARK Outstanding value EAST : grand oeeaa v.'Welear
An SIDE-Just completed an exceptionally late possession
OUA MOR3 H-P S.kln SOFA-Mew: green and tan apbobter I sod .al"e. air coolant Ailn BEVY SHOR Kqub1 lot tncludeti
rhuets 6015.SINGLEBOOU.
i n DeW 11 North Onne walnut less: cost sins; sell I A. Spring 8t. I nI. .te. C.I Olando. I del.n and in th..I Ilmihe Jbrt title: frontage Leaor VanaaaLCanaveral.
Avenue.OCCASIONAL. Iamp. pot.n 16 hal construction. bun..lo. andap well built frame bunga Your for (5.000.
112 Phone 60O9. .. Atlanta I j SHETLAND sheep do. for appoint- for men: car necessary Te are sixrooms (1O 500. .
oukrk
see our Collies minia for information phone 23115.after with 3 bdrm and 2 tile possession. .
CA and rockers. I SHOW CASES-One 6ft. 8100: one t,DEWALT S4.WS\ en route from fac ment. I 9a in.EXCELlENT. bathrooms. L. Walter W. Rnni.ti.ne. Realtor: P.n 2-2532. low. Five large room and garage on V.

le. high- spring con ft. new. 895: round dining tOI. 2 HP 1 ph and 3 HP 3 ph. t pl 4131.t Rose Inv. Co. Orange Ave. COLONIAL SECTION-Well-built 2- LAKE roRs.OSA-Ftne Vx>xr-> aI -
arD' regular (24 '5. close out 810: 6 volt ta oline electric light e.pattJ. J. D. Peas.Ph. LOCATION lovely win Manorofflce_ 3356 N. Orange O-. bedroom modern frame bun".l. 65-foot lot. We have a reduced price residence la top eondltlon-
1. Orlando PrAUur Co, 141 (35: Fifty 24x24 reinforcedcolored 3753. TOY FOX TRR2 males 8 corner bedrooms: private bath; private I story
attached garage porch and bit
I
Dr. oak : sleeping
and BEVERLY SHORES Overlooking 4 bedrooms:
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l15 W. Churh. cement slabs for p.tl walks MEAL LATHES Logan 10" and ,I 2115 months S. Rio Grand.ehdet(8 e.c i home: phone 2.326. Lake Sue. New bungalow owner e 11.5.lon Weir ST.tI. 628 E. Pine of 89 800 on this property and It U a Using porch: batb Downrtalrg-

JA-MORElrde 4 floors. Ph. 31141.STAMP h.Pr in .tt J. D. Pease Ph _ ROOM .It twin beds private entrance occupied: must sell 3 bedrooms: 2 411. 1 ran b* arranged a* wnerf apartment

t Pywo and PAD INK-2 ox. bottles-various I 3753 Dr.. TOICA-IH-e 40 varieties. I .djolh. b.t preferablymen. beautiful tile baths living CLOSE borne and good buy. Can Mr. Wllcox with O. P.a I and upstairs room rent**

t.lr(275. See I J o Servic I .. 3 per btU. Check I tip \ 2 615 C.tben rom with fireplace..pacl central I-mbl.tl bo. 4wbt Price (1200fl Call C. N Weemw

Stat.o. with On. Staa" 1 M.I 6U 34. Articles .V*ntd gallons Plants air pump and 0 TWO R5nfurnlh.d' permanent room. Kitchen equipment all te. Into dIPln"; wop*. Realtor. M E. Piae. Phone with Vartl wmiam Real'or, 31 W

OVRS-1-biirner. Insulated wit phone 111.8"NC plies. Harry Coater. 13 Rd.e.o r.ld.nt preferlpho.. Installed. To sell quick owner offers 2 garage renting per Washington Ct. Phone 5106.LaNCA8TZRPARKPeaIT.
heat Indk-atoe. H. H, Parrtsh for postcard A vices Drive. Winter Park. I 9514 it lo' .' We reet amend this week each.apt. on a lance attractive 5(12.
VILTol Ilor.Uo.
,. pIp
war g208. Orange. Phony eupll.to Irtl. property and It S within walking distance. ? rib
2-184. FISH rigbt. C. R. corner -
rd
TOPICA Aqurme pr
PANELLING....White knotty pine: V- I! Stuart. hI 8".e; .' E. Church. Phone m. 936$. :. and BIl 47-1. Rental Agencies ,. Realtor. S. Orange; Burnt tile and *- cco construction EASTSmE-Iznaetne a 2-be4rooas xantlnl home exqwlstcly tort: -n4

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; 6 to 12 this 947 Orante AveWinter Park. dial A nice piece of Mvln All: room 'par-
JIm Inches wide. S SILVER FOX-Furs. 2. Antique llvtais ANTIQUE JEWELRY diamonds. old P pro.ry. masonry modern bungalow with for xraevwa
Nebra J 915.j ._ Hpckel-O Neal. Realtors; 118 Rb lifetime Four bedrooms. 1H tIle bath
ka. room umUar. Phone County34R32. gold. We pay inchest prices. Expertand LANDLORDS win supply yon desirable roof hardwood floors and lags
It FRraSTJRE"booKER3 3-quart to honest appraisal. Herman's Loan. j: THE OIA"8y tenants free of chars and CC AVE.-Practically new Inson: dial 23753.COLGEAKnlu.1. shoulder bleb tile bath a lake view Nicely landscaped shady lakevlrw lot

;; $- rt su*. Bnmtay 102 2 W. Church. I f ha given obUaatioB. Just phone us your .. brick bU1aw ak 2 lot. and completely furnished, too. 3-car garag* with 3-rom apartment.
West Church_Strcet. H.a. SHEET RK- so. ft : reek AX S. furniture or all I home I the ps 30 day for ever vaacy. Vetrn. Rpa Estate Agency. kitchen equipment and .\ la 1 Icue for (10.000 today! Exclusive with T. Rent will materially assist tn retiring

.' GROUND lat.. 5 pp I. phone 6395. anything kmd a1l 75 dogs cats In addition te 29 8 2-81 lte I price; 11.0. terms. Ins e..mhnl.ben*, K. Hastings. Realtor. Raa. S Central loan. 87.50O cash. Balance -term

PLY and ICPK. .t.n 8IMMOND BED-Single. A m.t m.h. t. recovering tost dOa for owners. Anyone WE WILL HELP find a JlclD Rat. 1 S lat St. 10.0 Hlnton. Realtor Arcade; 4237. Posseuton oa eloslnc. Call Otto Roe-

priate gift for bu M0.ppr tress and spring. G co.dlUD al Pine St. Dial Frtu who should help lo a 83 service yo.. "'eT'rat p 2-161. 7632. EAST for futare value. Pro-war aoBM-n with Caveaaaga. Realtors.
On
display. .r'Metal chUcrD. los Kennlaon Drive .1 BDd.Y. BABY 4'0. I I' support r"r.n year membership Estate Agency. 29 s co COLLEGE PARK-Enjoy Lake construction. 4 rooms batb. Mor 43O -_
Pine Soter SEWING MACHINES Factory rebuilt Bi WAT.o con I'I is $ Join Phone CHENEY HIGHWAY Small block hue from your own back h. see room breezeway. Newly decorated -I LL'CERNE SECTION'-(10-SOO term

cale. FI Pi guaranteed like a.. portable son. 9426 .telob 1r Glis- 68O5 far OI or write 4$. Hotel Rooms house: partly furnished. 8130O. bedn. glassed-in &r. In and out. 2 screen porchea. extra are tood. Here' a dandy bey. la-
PLArERSOne aCOtTON prc.
4xi4" 4 Rebuilt and console. Al Wi. tns: 6247. 7O5 like Davis Drive. Stan Comstocc I I Woods FlinT C. Tuten. porch fireplace features. Early porseaatoo. 2624 come rental.. 2 story 7 reams '2 bath
In .u
......8f.A-I condition. one 1i 1 presidentII. CEH-LU-OTA INN- -Ha opening to PARK-Vaasar ample frutf: beautifully Jandrraped: Jelfrnon St._ _ _ I I ie roof hardwood floor redecorated -
and 'i
CUE
matcher SOT.AR SYSTEM ROS.. Satisfactory I eueM Steam heat in 5to Venetian blinds electric kitchen* EASISIDENew frame la and out. 3 car ?>-*-> ready
..3 matcher heads complete; 875: 4UOI 2 pkl.17 fvrBiUed frame 1 bedroom
V and ,. t. into call. Mr. BdM-fc or Baas
Poultry and Kituncer store
Supplies S87SO. terms
fceaog. "' room. Saunmlne boatin fishing of recent construction. Nice and R.II bungalow: hardwood floor attached
tend '
a JI.1. floonne' prices the Shop Foreman 10 Broker, 7811 or com
Natrium. at
.d -ln. Als .saw sitila for I SHEET $60." I p.d. S etc Le.prh. 25 mil' dO to bI A real bargain 8. 2-2852 or 2.0074.- garage close to bus and stores (1.SOO 206 8. MaIn.tContlnued. .
Orlando.Sliiler.. 1 I For. funb.r Rp..s 4"1 1408 !!I Preaaroom. Sentinel-Star. t BABY CHICKS-TuTedo Pe St..1 sirs tn"e lrm or .. o see Mr. Wb.ll with COLNIALTOWN-.2 "'ba. I down: balance like rent. Harry Heath. te
GDra DUI. Ilorm.Uon t| U. S. approved fnrd day j .
I Church I I .. 5 per no. Ph Shepherd 2C EL I.undr. taTh"; (1.0.I( Broker. IB Colonialtowa opposite
Poe W. I
E StHt Church phone 2-2821 *T 131 Onedo 2362. Washington 61. Phone 3124. trL H."tt Realtor7632.. Votes Theatre. 8ii3. On Nextt Fa.gej


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New 2-bedroom SOUTHEAST SON JUST A pay WELL 'BUILT room bungalow 1i 40 ACRSS-Rfm.r Head Rd- across 3 teNOR LOTS-Aloma Ave. corner GuEST HOUS=-Close ta. S .lpl. BEAUTIFUL BUILDING oa Highway
K03THWE3T bua
'NDO F n A. xatoa. 6COOO- to $39-0. .: Ii.e-roosi ban't loo. lot Fmlbe a 14 $7.0OO KPLSEDn'CeDI bok! _. 2 i Bath .utmat- hot water: fur- from Daetwyler's. .: Joins Air Base J.Ao and Atoina Ave. facing rooms. 3'. baths; : 17 Just north of Avoa Psrk. Florid -

PAGE 14 HAPC. ISCooC &1 dandy models wn worth lntstlng.DonDudle.RcaltOr. : move ri ht la. $4500. S. W. &. .It living room combination kitcb- 1i: ; screened porch: west. Electric water pump. Phone Lte fine home 5.000 takes nished. Good income and Owner'squarter with 550 ft. frontage e* Lak

2. Estate. Orange Ave dining room three : fruit tree: double lot onpaved Owner. 22883. three HB.. Broker. *. Must be sold this. week. In Lillian suitable for residence apart
j I I Phone 6385.. 24 and bath-all finished b highway. 10 minutes to do.at.n 541V. Osceola A... Winter Park. Fla. I I1SACRE spect and make offer. Call Mr. Ridce. meats, er tourist home. "Lake thins ,

[ from Preceding Pacel NORTHEAST SECTION Attractive. ; lag and fixture*-when we can .I Private ale. Writ RS., box j 3800 ACRES oa highway and Lake for .Pllntmeat wtl Robert L.Pryde. Ledst- excellent condition. Building
ofrewar I I Good bad In artesian well district of I GROVE-Mainly Valencias. of cement stucco, tile
two-bedroom, frame bungalow BUT for Orange; dial constructed
.hbrho yell a new one $3785. Also a = I R.lto.
1
construction. Complete with I I 81.I f County. Electricity and telePhone -I Winter Garden area with V.I.n roof. 189 ft. tons. 69 ftwide.. BOW

51. Rottse for Sal modern furniture. ltd largelot. I I Lart living room with fireplace and bedroom for plumbing frame house--finished and fixtures except for- NEW HOUZ2 bedrooms; 3 Vi miles property. Includes comfortable < 211 Wm. O. :.ahe.Brok- j i 2-59. divided lot* t lart rooms. Can easily

and priced to We. posSElon. p.nl heater. Very neat cm I out Garden road: tarn bunsalow. Considerable timber. ; er. B..s INDIAN RIE CITY home ea partitioned Into 22 Un rooms
a Large
near
Shown by appointment. M. 8- lorll 2 screened pc .OOO. 130.. school .Iot. e.s tr.bnPd I right at Central City Bat Co., 12250 $17.50 per acre ter M. J. Moss 100 FEET: lust east of Delaney la I U. 8. rooms. 2 1.t running with large lobby dining room kitchen

LAKE FRONT-New masonry 3 bed ERGOWE. E. Church cas terms. lu. 1M. I sold this week. Phone 2-8081. 13th. Broker. 12 ..phone good section. $8OO. Whrrrrr with water each room lne .1. and Using quarters for operator.

room bUDI.lw. RmbUI type. RTOR. 2 Mr. Herman Gwn t .pftto. olr l.toa'i I 6977_ M. J. Moss 13th. Broker. 132 S. U.I t living porch: nicely I.r. Besting and ventilating system bath

'- lO l. Delhbbo. 8trt pho. I lac- Broker. 677 N. Orange: W. .. .cp.a. Ph SPLENDID ROUE-Northwest phone 6977. CDdlU.: additional r .les room facilities fluorescent lights. Iaaa
frame: re Brcu lawn. Lot extends thru of fin
limits neighborhood
z mie th Pe NORT&2-bm $60OO.eras SOUTHEAST On* furnished 5-room I Brand new concrete 10 000 acres Polk County Including BUY THESE 1WO lots now. Good hou lock exclusive
Price affording front
to thus < of tround.
113.0. weU flnaned. ImeitlY.nllbl. \ bouse unfurnished 3-room home In an ideal community. I several million feet of Umber and value for quirk sale. 165x150. !j nYe. borne About 2H acres
8. Hue? 820OO monthly one 2 paved and repair!:* with the f.nest drinkuu
Ratr.R" 1 W. .t Ron, Mr. Nunes c.s Be.a baac Gw. ho both for U.: $2.500. down. RIVE BY AND SEE!- I on J.ted short with blot rpr.a ; oil l. 11. per ar 1 s.de. Near ulck.Orante Owner A. 12.3. Sub next a good are: $22 500. C. B. r.ht Dy. and water.supplied A good buy at S2S.OOO. Some

. 6174.LrVEJOSTON. 677 N. a month. po.ID other r.ht : of.r Rraltor. E. I.1 Telephone R. K. Bets at 3-271
Or8. excellent JO'per I 10 .nenn 2-16' terms.
S.SOO County. $7 week. Realtor. Mrtcalt.ATTENTION
i.Brke. acres .
: good buys. Broker 1116 t.Dc. baUn. Ir.at. "alb Voi1 I
These homes C.y".usb. Arcade
below have been -
" $ ch U.td log beach. LUCERNE SECTION-To settle estate i> Lakeland. Florida or 3O8 Marble
Mt. Vernon. corner N. Mills. reduced to sell Drive lra.lYn. rom. dlett acre. I BUILDERS!-We I 1
now. '
the at- 1 t two 12.000 acres on St. River. $5.00 HOK we are offering a 6-unlt apartment Bide. Lakeland. Florida.
NORTS- mCa 8tOBAu off Edtewater Dr by and M them-go Inside I you lane lassed-in sun room which per acre. .ob. I have number of all furnished one. I
dr.
I prDnF. excD
ATIX.. 1640. nntalows. this on what 700csnt : cot l. Lot 100x140. Ish- contact Harlow G. Frk t actu.11 an additional room fu 1.200 acre Lake Count $6 0 per excellent to building Dubsdread : and ClubSection adjacent 118.0. Needs and 57. Real Estate Exchanged

ao.o ofer tile baths I 12.a5. te.. M. Lane .t Her \d b.tl. Teraxzo floors. acre. income etc..make
boos.*today from 2 S bad fu liv- .. N.Orante window casements. Will on both paved lDP.ye this worth tnvestitatlnt. us show !
Open three large .. dor .tel acres Just Cheney Highway. L
lz Rents due for sharp 1.0 of streets. These Iota art
are a
as
brm. you
Tee : within few days. Geo. F. Brass Co. 19
wanted
r you.
be weU
p m. I 98.8BCRBA.ot. O.ae per ATTENTION: Grove owners
1w I rom kltbeo dlett cbi can el. by will allow for 12.0 .cr. priced and well J.te. Secure your 1, E. Crntral Ave. ,
re.dI.
while \ out and a.. this at but te De..p.- generous sum I.ndaap tood producing trove from owner
- KeDd tr ulbe. listening future homesite
per
traUY buntalow of S er.. rooms. aco. and a garage .t plenty ct7.lPrrmeDt. pboD \rdio. In I. Mor..e with. bbr.1 tcr.. S Strplnl wt Y. 3. Mos 13th. 235 N. Main St..n.phone Brothe. LAKE DT-ue' bowse. 10 rooms with livable home. In Winter Garden I
owner for hi* home but storage space. Her real buy. 2-1546. Exrlua.e. Jo Phone 6977. 759. ''. beautiful or Windermere eectkra: win trade
Here few sample values.ortheait Brote. 12 B.M.la .
arc a fur.the
Realtor 29 W. Washington. TWO LOTS One facing Killarney
change ia big plant compel beautifully Price 17500. Nice large tiled front a S room frame house In good con c
tell. Nicely landscaped troundt. om'I Call Fred fune Phone 8881. ONE ACE OR MORE TRACTS of Circle .es end Lake Killarney.beautiful porch: lt. heat: tarate. close to dition. 3 blocks from ACL rilrod
O'Hr.-"or of
andGranada
out and tet it at only 11. S 109 E. wt. SOUTHWEST of city. By Owner. corner Ct.-2 Mun.l., furnhed. land down and up; C.rcn view; other backs up Sunshine Park and Auditorium. Always station: I42O Arondalr St.. occupied
Squires on O 2330. l.n Road. Beautiful section: do to it and faces on county hithway. tood Income property; stateProperty now by owner pay difference. Ph.
BI
3-bedxoom Very Die and homey furnished New 2-bedroom home
Realty 1> X. ORTH-Near Dubsdread. BARGAIN- o sufficient on land to build lot I I depth width SO .
S 32' l.U.
B. C.t tres Combine 25 let special price for
C f1he bunlalw. Porches ta- 5-room moer bU..I. hithway. close In; bus line. $1.000 homes. soil. Chester grapefruittrees : Immit
Ay. I citrus, etc. large back '8 Royal bedrooms down. a month. Beautiful com O.ne. feL S.e.1 sale and possession. 556 .
r.e. 5a12' f"er prh p.1 Coa2 15 San Juan Hotel; phone wonderful soil. Light, Co.. 2O8 8.
Sb.an. Sam Johnson
East ft. lot; trees 1 $100 down t.r. Man
14 lrtaa. pat flmlbe merca rJdent.llt I city water telephone available. County
Electric I phone 5787 Real Estate Wanted
NORTHWEST SECTION moat .te ao urtlre. 11 mODt Mor. Only two left of $1.000 LKEpROPETcbB'I
I..s. 1. ,
LORRADTE AVE.-3-bedroom. furnished _.
X. bedrooms
2 bedroom buwalow: tile Clf.1 d. 162. e& 75 Zw1 fUr 63.U8 C. Wilkinson -
house; pft tttlMr*: electric old tr.. Call appltmen\ 54. Lots for Sale I I for bth. J.. Br.ler. lane rooms and Lot COLLEGE PARK-Have buyer for 9
.
nb taxn. Only en and hia.) acrre *d porch garage. Phone 2-251. l0en ph term
good
refrigerator ety 2-3521. evenings 2- site. bedroom bungalow on
furniture;
and dinette L story c.lP
$5.300. tr. A Culver Gleo new. IYD.r kitchen nice 035 W. Winter Park A"-2. bedrooms. VAL1T.o Ju ARLINGTON HEIGHTS-Nice building BEAtyLAt lots Timing and tort. Tl. home and Rex-McGiU Realtors, 12S N. Orange

Brote. Orlando Ay. D.r eletr country one of flrued. finer I. lot: center of town. 50' x 100': property offer 4147.
blDe.
neighborhood: ln1he Deyr
underpass). Winter Park. Open EPua. o.nr l.Yla. nice residential section: paved ing one of Orlando's largest lakrs.W Maltland-
oa in two SUBOBAN-rm house on 1*. .7 rooms. 2 ear garage Master I .ur at an amaxint 1.pr CASIIBUYER desires modern. 2-
LIVINGSTON 8T_ EAST=. Never A. .rder. mus reasonable trm.. Henry 121 W. 8tet2 bedrooms turn- private bath. 2 other :. sewer water lights; price $ will build you a home on them if Sanford Rd.; De ForrestPackint I bedroom duplex or other well *r

been lived I.Frame 2 offer. Private parties only ph. 2-189. B .ter. 10. It : 2-1OM Blrc tied =\ bath between. Lars I terms.Florid-Write E. R. Duff.* Umatil you like.Gardrns.Phone 6781 3'10ths or see of at a LakeRoldrn mile Ho.; Highway n-93. ,,,, rated Income property. Call 7613 end
larte bath and dining room, butlers we will investigate Immediately. F.
brm. .bo.e. pan- MOTOR COURT 6 new.
kltb.. many larte ckt 8CBURBAN-Eaa\. buo..I.. 221 Ivanhoe Blvd.-3 bdrm. furn powder room cellar. block Orange east of Orange Blossom Trail OBHoldrn unit U. S. Hithway No. 1.moe A. Allison Realtor; 37 W. Washington
mo.r ORTHEAST food tr. ktthen. : ldl.a
into 8EON-4.o w b.t. acr. unfurnished BU5IN70 S _ _
.
ch.a move give you Hard $4000. terms. T. Dor lhe .a.. .par central furnace heat at any D.e.BUnYOU River. 2 bitles south of TltUlr -
home at than the price of an g 3-bedroom home near Marks Street say Broker. 4412. A with modern eil-burnlns l.nt L. B. 19 f. ".. Realtor. 7632. NEST in good neigh i private. R H. Blaydes. GM>VE WANTED! 10 to 2O acre*.
old houa. Price with terms. with Robert R. Real- 15.0. maximum living and
la.8 With healthy full-bearini trrrs
bu and shopping. Assume a city limit W. Tale-3 8.nd. BEVERLY SHORES-Er joy Florida at NEW BUILDING.-Cement block construction
Cb 907 Metal .h.1 80CET-U\ 635 bdrms two l.t tor. W. Washington. 6174. resale! value. See this lot oa Dartmouth Desire Winter Garden location. Rich
parity 1 feet
Building 2-1710. 18.0 morn. I. fur bu. masonry furnished .r Its best. Buy your homesite andbuild near Edtrwatrr Drive. $110O. with 1048 su.r. ard Kaxaroa. Realtor. 672 M. Orante.

of the 2. e. t. IeudlD. klthen. O.ne bouse. plastered t.lde. oak fon your home amid the .homes C. Realtor, E cement floor space plate glass Ir.t dial 2-O99O.
top and quite 10 .eUp""n .
LK VIs. l. 8t.t 2 bedrooms r. klte. 1133 Maczion A.-2 bedrooms asfurnished. in this slla Walter W. Rs Inv. -19D"t i Well Ir en tot 1OO *
a ll homes. a lost Ied.t sale. Call Ray b.th lane screened 1-1. Lake County Property Co. 49 Ate. drlve-ln lacllitiei. Ideal for retail OROVEB-HOMES-BUSLNDiSES.--U51

WIt aparcDu cl..Cal -ennon Mnr. Realtor. pr .ren. butane cp office 3356 N. Orange Ave. M.DO LOT-W. Harvard. Just East of Edgrwatrr 1 business serving ante traffic. Priced your property with aggressIve

ell 701 .Dt S 2 9 W. Washintton 8\Ia 6638. and stove..$ .It with SIS Harmon Ave.-2 bedrooms BONNIE BREEZE "Where sephyr Dr. high lo 50 ft. $700. C. right at $14.5OO. good terms arranged. I Bi'okerc. Clienault & Jennings. lie.
bauth. Realtor. BUMBY AVE.. blocks outside I
S..T.o
$2500 cash- or 0.!. loan plan. Call except for kitchen equip aa breezes. blow. Away from the Land R. Emrrick. 610 N. Or.a.e See Mr. Little with Harold Shepherd I I 672 N. Orange Ave Phone 7234.

LAKE FRONT-Modern bungalow on ORTH-Paved street. Her is cozy 2-1993. Johnston Henry Broker I t"lhe Of Ice and Snow." A few select tracts city Imls 2 lots. $325 each.TrleDhonr dial 7348. Realty (ig. 20 E. Washington St. HOUSE WANTED-We have pre-

beautiful lake ia ciF. lYI. room home. new but solidly con W. Church St. leDt. left on Lake EustI. D. 8. Internal 2-79. I Phone 5124. *' I sects for modern S and -roum
with fireplace; UI. Dt When paid Waterways navigable to the Oceaa. I COLLEGE PARK-Lot. 5O x 5!_ Prorxrtr for Sale
srt o.ner. I' SM-rRIHE- Cottage; 2 201' L Weber-2 brom. fur I Cuntr ORANGE AVE. Business property homes If your Souse 1* for sale call
tile : central heat attached Restricted. Owner reserves right to by new homes;
prch ; tarsie. its still a r.1 hou.Pnt 5 miles lobed. rouade It now. Alien Johnson. Realtor. 140 M. Ornge -
tl. rom.arened pnh; I I .ldp.alt.1 I with Income building *a
Exclusive ot select clients. Beautiful homesites. .
with price
C. P.
Il.75. Price right $9 ne. pa.II; CONWAY SECTION acres just "
Home
ofer. 5 N..r bu. easy Ripe for Improvement and Mt re : 6612. "SpeclaUslnt in
Realr. 140 K. Orante. mortgage. Kllian .lr.. 1155.. Shady bedrooms, Tat at very modest prices. If you phone 6770 off Hithway. WeU built 6roomhouse. C.
N. Main 123 Ine3 fUr turns. In the $90O a foot bracket. I LISTINGS property: we
CM
dial 2-3282. 31 for future Lakefront your
bsugh.Resltor. Metcaif Bids.ORTHZAST 732 lotl. a kAiEACH-ocean: front .100 to I Automatic electric water sys I
N. Orange;
I Realtor. 610
Emerick. I
: R. Davis.
lbed solicit yours today: C. B.
and inspect
see chicken
f.l t from 20 f. oe.a to blvd. UflU. For tem. Beri. hous. dialj 348. _ I Realtor. 104 E. Jefferson Ph. 2-1649
3bdOampl I priced 1 I Good
LAKE SUE-115 on of our finest 2 1405 E. Amelia-2 bedrooms furnished Bonn. Brese. Tr.ct m.rtet. ture dtts. I
; UMATTLLA I. TaI
on cl.e.pc. bordering front foot up. and blow Priced at $7 ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-263 fret or 73O5.
lakes. acre. e ford soil.
suburban A .2 0 D
two-story home Wat I or unfurnished. 0.
of 111. time construction la an exclusive ntbed. Roulstone.possession..'9.0. small lake, room bouse. .elpr. W. J. Klstler. Realtor. I I Cocos. Re.ltor 191. I II O'Neal. Realtors; 118 E P"I on highway by 22 fret deep. Ideal LISTINGS WANTED-Client* waltInt -
citrus trees double lots of for road stand. Between
la..e. Florida.EUSTIS dial 2-3753. location X. P. Sltyton. Realtor 32 K.
setting. 3 airy bedrooms with 2532.iORTHWEST. Harmon bedrooms aufrh I I
good garden land. 127 Ar.-2 COLONIAL DR.. W-72 x 145. close and Cypress. Make offer.
Conlry Pine 6651.
St phone
cross 2 tile baths lavatory 17,25. CLOSE IN Nearly new and
"eaUUon -A snappy little white RESIDENCE rooms. In. Telephone 6770. I I rom Frank Crebs. Realtor. 507 MetcaifBulldlna
p.der room. Aulm.u bungalow with a Mt. Vernon accent Six-room bungalow large lot. completely furnished screened porch frame bungalow; phone 2-1710. LISTINGS WA.NILD.-We have the
Go l.th. DUBSDREAD ZOO fton paved I :
room.heating pla'. .It.l ducts enjoy e.el Modern and tastefully furnished Wit I I cltm trees Imedit posses 131 Lbu Ar Winter. P.rk Zbdrom > 2-.r Ph. Orlando garage 6704 citrus week trees...*2"1 street; cornerinc on golf course: <'I'I furnished Conway.; on Owner 8-acre transferrrd.highway tractin Immediate ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL S.- Call buyers A. T.if Carter.you have 9516:the Jamerson property.*
bedrooms and Price
two good sized an
boatint. fishint. and ."tm. Completely son 1. 0. half or whole $10 p foII.bt:: possession at I79OO. Wheelerwith I Grand Ave. (paved> and hisnway. Carter Main and Central.
irs let. Price Including aec-
and most 110.15 Temple Dr, Winter a GOOD OROTE-Lake County Brke. 534. j M. J. Moss 13th. Broker. 132 S. Present Income $195 per month and
flle. ond Six P.rk HOW.
1 rooms. 3 bedrooms house 131
is outstanding. $20.0OO 1CaU O'Haa-Mor.2-2. f.o large four room house Golf Section. 3 I'I Main. Phone fine new home to live la and 649 by
relil 109 bdrom uturabed I I DtDR Cub _ LISTINGS WANTED-W* need listIngs -
with, balance. on convenient tr Pe.NORTWET I I coadlUon clot A.o o with bath screened porch newly Iot for build P "Since I 298 feet for trailer camp or cottage of small profitable businesses.
COUNTRY -
For ..PpieDc.U Ray 8ECONMoer 3 proP.lton P. 15.5. 451 Temple Dr.. Winter -Park. 3 I painted; eletrcl7. running water; lal. W.te. hunts. and s.e. On I 1916." For JERT Citrus No city taxes or restrictions. Phone also sound investment properties. Jo

with Jo Inn. Rallr. 29 W.Wultl screened porch., b.t corner lot, with A C. McNurlpa Auct. and Broter.Um.tWa bedrooms. 2 baths unfurnished.To garage: hous approximatelytea streets. Bus service one and Groves and ask Asher 2-1710 property.and Frank let me Crrbs.show Realtor yon this SO7Metc I O. My en. Realtor 29 W. Washin
from lots. No city
acres of good 24 old.
66. 2151. grove years hal blot. t.a. Peter probably knows.** lea SU Dial 8881 or 6638.
versized garage. Owner transferred .hon locate Temple Dr. bou. to out Fruit trees. Valpa.la.M.ra Seedlesssrapefruit I! 77J9 .o _7831.DUBRDREADCOUNTRY._____ 1 Corner R.alto.He Central and Main. lfBuildiitphoo_ _2-i710.
LAKEFRONT 3 modern. and says sllfUn.be 112.0. un I Palmer Dr. to T.mple tu.left I" with plae. If taken section ORANGE AVE. PROPERTY-7O X 178

frame bungalow: brom floors: lurbe 110.5. and follow Temple Dr.- houses oa low. Seven acres of good truck I.n -larte tote tow as CUB. easy FARM AtiD MJ-- IS-arre u I ft. with 14-rvom frame buiWin
2 baths; beautifully landscaped BIhap-tta Metcaif Bide.I VANDERBILT AVE.-Brand new masonry 1.(at Lake Knowlrs -s... 25 acres In all; on highway eonvea- terms. Pay ,. Have lot paid :; with 6Woom hOR. One larse Can set quirk possession. toed aparl- SALES LISTINGS WANTED Homes.
tl farms and lots You may
quick possession at 51:9. lent to modern .Irpr 2'. miles for when building materials become I .vpr.1 .m.1 chicken hu. Land ; meat house site. Price. $6 OOO rash. | troves
Terms. Jones with M. J. 125.0. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-New 5- I bungalow; 2 bedrooms: den: House values .1 hold up so lone as from thriving .. com 1 I available. Property In this high claw excellent poultry r.a. "..tur'II i balance/ terms. Total. S21.OOO. Clark depend oat ur experience for correct
Broker. 132 8. Main phone 6977..13t rom home. electric range deep building are blab and suing munity. Terms desired. O.ne. section is bound to increase rapidly I and truck farming. Pee ..n F. Bryan. Real Estate 13O S. Court ; handling of selling details: our mort-
I
etc. Owner says let It to for lie bath: oak floors; tile kitchen; hither and so lent as the demandfor Box 274 8-ta. i in value. Buy today ahead of this .Bros.. 235 N. Main: 7559.- I 1st.. Orante Hotel lobby phone sage loans increase our selling Power;
LANCASTER PARK SECTION -New C.500. McKelvey. E. Cenral. I than the .' II i 20237. UcHuttHeasley. Realtor 15 W.
Ter. 1 he. I Ie.tr Increase We have some beautlfal I ,
2-bedroom tile bungalow: .reD Bargalns > Good terms. excellent lo. LAKE FRONT properties: 2OO ft.. on Washington St.I .
porch: heat: I"uod. Lake Bass; 300 ft., on LakeConway. erie lots right on the golf c.un. RAILROAD FRONTAGE. SOUTH'
oak centrl just finished bUds ORANGE AV*. N -Just off. New 2- 135.. with Water tat and bus available. GROVE AND FARM-10-acre trove i 1 150 feet on railroad. 400 feet deep.
_for.;at : r.d Wheeler bedroom bungalow on corner lot. I buy on any m.rlA.k for Mr. Here Is a messste to property owners mall 40. 360 acres ft.. lake frontage new- Paved. l.ht. & Boland. O"Dpr. 10 acres In No. 1 truck land. ; extra Price $12.SOO Frank Crebs. Realtor. t WANTED-Property to sell. We cou.d
195. Ters Oak shade; oak yon will never have a bte tune 672 N. warm section: on large lake. ThisI 5O7 Mrtcalf Building: phone 2-1716. hv the buyer oa our listS For
with M J. Broker 132 8. fon Fmlaed. A All real Call Wlmbisb.with Orn.e. C.rt.n
OBrien. 25 sell- : bargains.
Mo. 1t gas kitchen: W. Washington SU Phone to sell than right now. 2-4551: evenings place has rare commercial efficient service call Arch L. Drsse
Main. r.ue Noble Smith. 124 8. Main. p.lbl SOUTH ST. 424 EAST-New cement
both I
to |
at fair prices
117. tnt 691. Hastings. Rm. S
water beater. Must sell. lone I propnle. .1 ties. Come in and lets talk or T. K. Realtor
( bnUdinc. 2
185. really wantto SIDE Nice lot for home: block 2-story store
LAKEFRONT 3-bedroom. modern Loren I N.j 8513 or 063$ sUe. If you LEESBURG-Oarage apartment; new EST All this for only with terms. I Central Arcade. 4237.
tile bungalow; tlassed In porch: lon Dna vll- put your prices In Jn. with block building; with 2 12 x 150: win take $550 cash: h.. IU.O E. 2- bedroom furnished apartment on 2nd
.
l* baths. Brown: dial 2-1261. I replacement .. lot abstract date: with all taxes paid. P.rUI R.1 & P.; floor available to buyer. 1st floor WE HAVE BUYERS wanting troves.business
>i Close Quick possessionat WOODWAAD reasonable citrus trees; in a choice part : .
$19.500. 1 M. J. Most ORANGE A Vbdrom house on I AV.-UU E.; 3bdrm $2800 cash. R. .I clF Phone 895. P. O. Box 2947. I rented: furnished rental cottate In properties and homes. For
Wit house: HHe DLn Price Immediate sale list with F. A. Alli
13th. business store la 11. o.ne. WLOF t"D. rear. Total income $150 month
Broke. 132 Ma. phone lt. Rm I Listen to our 1ro.dcuU o.e Ave., In Bobsire SIDE-Beautiful building tots
6977. 8 Only A. Culver Maitland. A WORZ EST H. A. SI4.OOO with terms. Lot Is MxlSO. son. Rraltor. 37 W. Washtnttoa.
frat term. WINE pAR-t and $375 and $475.
LAKE Brote.. Ave. secure one of LJEESBURO sunnyside Drl. Well Jones a 2121 "S Road HOME AND GROVE-Completely furnished Frank Crebs. Realtor. 507 Metcaif ACT NOW-List your country property
.
LCA'E story tUorcaeD. (near .. Winter Park. Call 1 18u. the most attractive estates la this Harold O. Fredrick. 118 K. Orange furnished home and acres. Includes Phone Brte.. I bungalow with lurnbbe Building; phone 2-1710. with us without delay. Have
)
Bdo bath first .. afternoon. 1 exclusive section. Modern home andpacious Ave. Dial 8188 or 842L s.r.1 acres of young grove. rental cottage. 60O ft. road frat.. STICKLES CABIN COURT-H mile buyers waiting. M. D. Bailey Realtor

brm bat and den. Irounds. Ofered.t a bar- ".e 10 bearing trees. rentable .Pt 159 full b.rn. tre.I north of Daytona Beach on O.8. 1, 30 Church phone 4767.
house
0111.0) VISTA New 3-room
and nicely chicken runs and AVE.-SmtH lot with nice
for. A lr. rm. atn. Harold Chicken runs. 4 miles out.
dock. Tartly near school .Itb "It's treat live S ol.ado.- r.r. l.rdea. FRMOA for sale at $ hou. Holly Hill. Fla. 6 units and 3-room DOST LIST your.property with me
prh lure IU: Shepherd Realty Co.. 20 E. Washington t 89.500 I sold this week: torage 1.20.I $ Immediate possession. C. P.
$22.500. M. J. and post C. B. 8.9. buntalow. $28.OOO. Owner retirint. unless want to sell! Henry
13t Broker. yt1 St.. phone 5124. May consIder trade on Miami bomc. Subject 6 month lease. Realtor; 140 N. Orange; you
132.Main phone $ Realtor 104 E. Jefferson.2-1649._ Hal Stone. Rt. 2. Box 39. LeesburtMONTVERDE 1 Hpale Realtors. 15 W. Washington r dial 2-3282.. Terms Burch. Broker. 125. Main: 2-1090.

LIVINGSTON Lake Fairview I WINTER PARK SEON-b- sell St. Phone 5106. TOURIST HOME-On main hithway SELLER BUYER When think
AVE. EAST New OLD APOPKA HIGHWAY- I -Pleasantly I you
roomt. furnished TSPRWI lo.td LAKEtIARY-S-room fiame bungalow I
frame bungalow; 2 large br section. Neat two room house. terms. .14 are.Evan OWER : rooms and bath large lot. : and bath; 2 porches: where present traffic will double real estate to aril or buy thins
tile bath bit kitchen City water electricity bus. stores. 18.75. porch. 2cartarase. FERN and 2 .reD Itself. 4 rooms to rent ta main house Claybaush. Rraltor. Mrtealf Bldt.
clu Ph. Winter Park. II tile bath kitchen and only S4.SOO 00. W. J. K.Ue. Realtor.Tavares.Florida. CREEK Ave.- Pinehurst. vrnrtlan blinds: 2-ar : 10
beautiful floon. $\ (rnt.e. lake view. 1. Rest $15 per moatl May b seen at 13O7 N. West- ._ ._ ._ It. reasonable. Tillman. Rt. 5. acres good land nit, water.ar.e etc. This I,I with living quarters for owner also. PhoneSdlI.vmeoid rail since 19,23.
Price $14.OOO -
Priced t sell at 11.8. See Immediate s.lon Als tr rom, DR. NORTh-Is- noreland ask for .Mr. or Mrs. RANCH-64oscres- good land. Improved I I Orlando.HOLDElTHElGHTS. _ I .1 move quickly-so act now. Price 4-room with tarat* apartment.Harold Shepherd FOR RESULTS list your property
terms.
:i3ondtcRatr. E Central. bus. Same pn A R WTOREN lartley. cash $35. Mr. with Tom McElheny. Broker. 14C7E.
321C. I CeptID.U .eU furnished home. a.tlr. grazing timber -3 fine large lot I 7. 14.0 1.I.nc. Realty Co. 2O X. Washington St. Washington St. Dial 2-3937 and
Ba TO MAKE easy money? Price near Lake Holden 38th J. P. Broker
an electric. There are Irom WAN new room house with \b.ch .lh M.toa. Phone 5124.TOURIST .
LAKEFRONT SUBURBAN Lovely PIE' CASL. mile Blt. Fur I bath. in Here's the best home and atb. large 2 room tenant bouse less than 2 blocks east of 14 N. ; 509.LKFRNHOMEE"tr.ordln.r1. ask for Tom.

lake front modern home. Central ale unfurthe. .. EnnWD .plcD several oodles of room lo.lut. all furnished barns. 2 wells cmplete with large I Blossom Trait Splendid opportunityfor COURT-Near Orlando on WILL PAY-up to $1S.OOO cash for
hestlnt. 2-ar ..r.... On large landscaped oa lnd Drive. itt fruit Te $10.750.and nice .. list of inks.. Good stock water. Fordson. home or cottage Good title. I main hitbway. Beautiful lakefront modern attractive, furnished. 3 bed

tot .sloping down to lake. 8everal stucco house on leB owner. B.M w* will b glad.\Prc.. a mort every Item including tip top kit Ford pickup ..ddle. cattle. priced to sell. O.ne.Bog 271 8-Star. buildings. 8 landscaped acres; with excellent beach. Cottages new room. laxefront home in Orlando
fruit tree High 10. b.lb and modern. Restaurant oa premises
lt. class Belcher. tate I need it. McNutt- metal cabln.t. Imm.cul.t. other Inter.t.lore. INDUSTRIAL LOT-110x150 ft- cor- wide sand replacement.Dial i with central heat arate. Possession
Del.bbrbo Close la. Price for sireet of Heasley. $ need eupmpat.. b.b.. llo. which can be operated or leased. Sufficient flexible hurry. Write P. V. Ewing
PICON AVEW.- R.ltn W. Wab.t rm. b.tb YOI era I .Ie 00. W. J. Kistler. ncr of Nashville and W. lbn Broker. I I no
H. Kitt- I Centra. additional ground for a doses
112.5. o .)-Buy on offer. Move Pbon down town. Florida.ATTRACrrfVafpOULfRY. $4.000 cash or TealS i CUT. Winter Garden. Via.
redge. R.ltor prt St aus I' r.ht. thetas R.lor. T..a. Pl. t.r. RURAL-3-brdroom frame home. fnrI I I cottages. About seven hundred fret
2-378. In. delay. Tastefully furnishedungslow. This win step on Owner 130 St. '.
sl thl FARM Near I in excellent aU I WANT 3 bedroom modern bungalow;
; for
I IO.UOD on highway and there Is house
5 bath screened if Real- j Orenee Hotel lobby. ''h.ur2 : DIe
IPRN SUBURABautt\ rm. WINTER PARK $4500. Must Cub.llb 1 that lake near Orlando. Client win
sc Bldf. Eustis.. 20 acres in tract. Including; tl heD: 2 acres of land owner. This property can be mad one on
morD tile roof. 2-car .. T.. I front landscaped.porch. 8pdou.. Irounl.. .nice. fice. leaving .state. 4Va room Ice. Metcalf some muckland for truck gardening. LOT-70 ft- facing south Aloma Ave. will .r.. anything: l1-s miles from I of the most beautiful tourist court : pay up to $20.000 cash. Rex-McOlll.

c"Uuctln plot la a restrictedarea. 788 y house. lot 6315 late prytl..b 5-room mo.r nldenc. Large well- 16 bit bearn. Orange tree.across city lmlU. 10. Jamerson and In the state possessing unusual natural Realtors. 128 N. Orange 4147._

Geo. Kittredtc. Realtor. block bus. old. terms. and 9 coops street up with IIe homes I I Re.ltor. Central. POD beauty. Shown only by appoint WANTED TO BUY!-10 to 20-acret
3176. B a 412 8. Boun.rd oplt 53 N. OPEN SUNDAY with electricity and ..te. Deep wen on lake. Bargain $1350. H. B. Cal I A. T. Cane. ment. Price $48.0OO with one-half of first class bearing trove. Give

Orlando and electric pump. B at $10.OOO. .- ton Broker. 541 ta Osceola Ave. Wi 21* ACRES-5-room house I cash. No phone information- Bee Mr. full details la first letter. Mrs.
LAPS lug Lake CONWAY Conway.SECTION-Overlook- PALM TERRACE-Lake Silver WINDERMERE-Lak* view cottage. 5 College P.rk- It's a good and owner te Park. F.. I Cannon Mills Road-and Lake lea. Poisons with Harold Shepherd Realty Thelma Klncaid. SOS Richmond Ave.

tat of 6 8UbtDUI \ rom bath screened porch aw must sl Harry E. Morse & Co.. LOTS-2. on 20th Street between ton. Electricity available. Price $3750. Co. 20 X Washington St.WABHINOTONST.700 Orlando. Fla.
If you like color la a home plentyof W. attractive .
rom bat Lr. tarate. Furnished. Corner 1406 8mlthTl .f Jatl'F. Westmoreland and Oranxe Blossom Cash. W. A. McKenney. Broken
with fruit ue soil. windows and cross I.t I win Sunday 1' E.-2 apartments IF YOU WANT to buy or seD. try
.entl.tln attractively landscaped. 25 home .lstr Trail. $800 cash. Box 606. >. mile 4950 Cheney Highway: completely furnished bunsa Trent
Room for Betty
chete. OaF 15.0. Exclusive modern kitchen with afternoon from 2 to Ray 2-74. us. We try to please.
W.lt R l". Co. hen you'll love this 2-bedroom bungalow citrus trees. Price $5950. Roy .J. GU I Holcomb O'H.raMor. 52. Groves for Sale south of Show B.t Orange BlossomTrail -.ACE-PARM-5-miles from center I low. Ideal location for office and Evens Broker. 349 N. Orlando Ave-
ger. owner. 1 wit 10 Orlando. home. Price 89.0OO with terms. Frank 618.
Park.
49 N. Orange A. Ot of- Just The lot ic box B. Pine you. buildings: land beautifully phone Winter _
fire 3356 N. Orange 125 f. (PIDtF complet.rom for some citrus WINTER PARK-2 blocks from High : erty is reasonably.elcom. T. GROVE bearing AN.HOW&. acres in recent full landscaped. Pnce $10.OOO or 1 Crebs. Realtor. 5O7 Metcaif Bulid- 10-ACRE GROVE and house: also 20-

LAKE FRONT and fish a-jupID. a garden) and there School. 4 blok from RU Col- owner I* leaving the city. cold: good home. S rooms bath; 10 LAKE FRONT 5O a 200. running Into will exchange for close*la property. Ins; phone 2-1710. acre grove with or without house.

Don't build see this new are full lake privilege for swimming lege. with acres In all. on surface road County 116: 1918-J-2. : 3 COMMERCIAL LOTS oa W. Central Henry Burch, Broker 12 8. Mala;

at $13,000 with tr. Near bus and boating or fishing. Fr.be screened porch overlooking Laze nice community had at this is t Lake Concord. Apartment Zoning.A 250 FEET on No. 6 miles at $1OOO each cash er terms. 2-109O.

stores. You'll b II.d you did. I you or unfurnished-the price I rllt Virginia. Price. 110,75. Can Sam MOVE IN-On sale deposit. Frame i very buy. Call 10. with out. Excellent 44. abut Clark F. Bryan. Owner. 130 8. Court CUSTOMERS WAITING for Domes.
Brok Stel Cr
rail 2-1993 for .ppItmenPeD.u See 2501 Northumberland Stret \ Wrh.Itb DYd "*. Realtor, hardwood S rooms with full .0 and Jennings 7234: real buy at 15.0.See Hale Dean $1.750. Striphnc with M. J. St.. Orange Hotel Lobby phone and Income properties. List bUrg

Broker. 6 W. d.yl e dinint .for. .. good furniture : .72 N. Oranse Ave. 13th. Broker, 132 8. Main, phone 2-0237. todsy! Lockwood Associates. 60 W.

LANCASTER PARK Exceptionally WINTER PARK AVE.-830 W. Model complete to electric washer with Bettes Investment Co. 25 W. 6977. 17-92 HIGHWAY-240 ft. ea highway Robinson: phone 21574.IF .

.well lt 2-story fumle home open for inspection Saturday and garden tools. Electric kitchen HOME AND GROVE-Ton have been MODERN-Country boe. 10 acre*. and 66O ft. deep. Lane frame YOU HAVE B modern 3-bedroom
borne oa corner. 1.1 PRINCETON AVE.. W. Move rightIn. afternoon and Sunday. Clayton Construction Think of the satisfaction. Good lot; looking for it. Her it Is. 3-bed- Washington. St. Phone 8513. 10O bearing orange trees 3 bedrooms home consisting of two large apart home on lake close In. and wish

room dining room electric Completely famished bungalow, Co. 1800 Atlanta Are. Ph garage and paved street. Price room home extra cottage bath living room dining ments well furnished. Also five room to sell, call Lola Royal Broker;

s l.th upper 4 bedroom nice t I lane rom.bath, screened front 2-1477. averase. C.b.I.h Realtor. \ unfurnished.furlihed ... 1000 ft. LOTS-.In good residential and business room kitchen porches. Good water furnished home. Beautifully Isndscsped 3-072

b.t garage. apartment poreh. ar.und.nicely laatdscaped WINTER in; bungalow cal Bid*. on lake. It. on Highway 441; locations. Priced H to 1/3 I electricity and natural .a Installa with a multitude of shrub
rnt Fruit, nicely landscaped $*.8.0 .- IrL Owe anxious to built 5 PA-o was 54 1.74 Present income t original ebjt by owners. A. C. Golden. tion. 4 miles from city limits on 8. and flowers a lot of fruit. This la WE HAVE CASH BUYERS-for the

tr Sam Johnson Co.. a S. .sell, C. 8t..rt Real.O'Neal tood. 7e.r ..he.lumbr. extra_good. can land. .Increased Broker. 1121 N. Orlando Ave- InearunderPassl.Winter Orange Blossom Tr.1 Phone Mr. one of the most beautifully landscaped following: 3 or 4-bedroom home on
large sand bottom lake
.ln" ____ icr. Arcade_( .__ I rooms :2o.ch .: car : :INSPECTION-Invited today. 2 t I ror details. see. or cau Marts Park_ Open Sun._ Barber. 23557.A nroDertlrs In or around Grimm.A Good Suburban 3-bedroom near home Orlando.with

LANCASTER PARK EAST-3 blot PINE CASTLE 2-tenement-bO.; price $ Ask pm. Williams. Realtor. W. WashingtonSt. PLACE TO LVENe. one splendid place to erect five or six had for chickens and garden from

new bungalow; tile upper bat 4 rooms and b.t. Earle car of Ray. Phone BIOS. LAKE FRONT-Altamonte Sprints. hos bI modern tourist eotiroundlnts. la scenic sur- tWOO to $7500. Well located duplex.
rom
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furnished. 2 bedrooms: electric rante 3 rom and bath: (1e JUaltor. 112 Park A.... 8. WIt Beautiful Sprint Lt. tile constructed I Here ID this delightful communityis < lots. 2 miles west Price 623.OOO with term rnautb. Rraltor. 43O8OutofState -

and water heater: front and rear lnd. out wit new b.tbrom *yk. Ph. Winter Park 620. home with bedrooms. 2 INDIAN RIVE AREA-20 acres. 12 a beautiful site for your futurehome. Winter Garden Ro.d. wm rent or and Immediate occupancy. Some ono f

porches. Occupied 3 months. Ownersmust ; 5 .bol BUNGALOW Fricld- tied b.th.automatic furnace elec- in B.laDc cleared and, Its nice high ground slopingdown sell terms. 1Vinier.. Orange State with vision will develop this property Property

leave account buan. church and stores on bus 3ERM automatic water basement laundry. 2car Iro.e. prof. and late to-Lake Orlenta. with 20 ft. Grove,. z.n.o. Into real tropical tarden No
nor lend F.
Priced for Immediate Orlando; 17 bearing orange trees tarate. and 2 lots with white and Earl. on lake and depth of over ft. phone Information. See Mrs. Folsom
162 leater. at 9O6 26th 81 Orlando.Call lar. ; lake frontage
or.a.e. LAKE FRONT-40 acres east of TafU,0eo.
S I with Harold Shepherd Realty Co. 20
loaded with fruit. Move in closeestate. I T-TE-TBU
nished Bans 208 at once trees. Must to grapefruit Only
tr Co. at Edtewater Hotl DD orange tangerines; KIngs and six large 3' m.tur tre. day. and E. Washington St. Diehl. 6953 Oravoia. St. Louis,
and have good from rented $2,25O.
8. lcom. log Winter Garden. S 1 to.F. Good 6-reom house with elec McN.ttHeulpy. Realtors. 15 the owner is anxious to flssovrL.o
LURNA SECTION-2-bedroom .prmelt. Price. 1.8.Ph. 2-246 Rm. ren pan bathroom; hot and cold running i W. l'abnatoa Pboe 510. yon.heD watt until July the price sl. I BEST-tourist' court site. Highway
I'BEDROOM cement wenlo.te
LK b
sleeping frame bun10. ,.- ROBINSON AVE. I blu.lo. Located oa Ramona .: between water. Compare this I I You can make a 17-92. corner lot 154x270. New
ET-AtuaU..2 .It .0I
Ph paved school. ba..la Business Opportunities
fi.
story Colonial .tret. Sprint Lake Drive Colonial.Turn know of for modern 2 bedroom block bouse aluminum
excellent mostly fur tFp"Q.ltF Hm" $61 thl you 11 Writ LAKE VIEW Lot-High with large 10 acres. 3OO ft- on lake and .
Klttinter
condtion blinds and oa lan I.nda. 108palou 1.0, moatl right at 1400 W. Coloa.lNoble Box 403. Melburn. Via.LAKE shade tre.: atlte Isur.bletite. 'h. modern home. road.Opportunity sash, screens and blinds. Automatic
n.be. p phone P.ye APrON PARK Very sood buslaes
hot water, laundry. Inquire 13O
II.r fuPae immediate possession at 1.lnl rom. rom. br.tat l2:40'; S. acres in 10 $400. OWDe. 747. for p o and nice furnished home. Gasoline,
daylight 40TH-1414. 2-bedroom. Smith. Real t.t. JJ4 .CP-2 U.ct N. Orlando Ave. Winter Park.DOWNTOWN .
Wheeler M. J. Moss 13th. : with Herman
from office. Mr. Lane
kiten del post
1-3 LANCASTER PARK ,
180. "It and screened Upstairs kitchen bath Phon SOiL .ere barl. Orrotln. liquor bar, packase. beer, win lunch
"rter. 132 S. Phone 6977. pch. screened he.tr. M.ln Parson Browns. P.pple. few Lake Lancaster in Goodwin. Inc-. Broker &7 N. and caoln furnished on busy ht-way
has bedroom love-
m..tr more prch. 143. O.ne. Temples and part of Park. Restricted 0 rangedial 9855. Business building lathe
modern area among
LIVINGSTON AVENUE-New. and tile bath. Plenty H.m. AJ n.r1 to Silver Sprints center of heaviest
frame bungalow; 2 extra-Ian ,1 DCpLX-2-"r cement; furnished new 4-room bu..lo.; beautiful home. $2.300. Phone owner YOUXL this country deer buntin bass fIshing and recreation
closet oak floors est.t.
apaco. tru.b bath each; nice NEW lake frontage: 7 muck garden at 2O647.LAKE WAN heart of the city Contact J.
bedrooms and cl.t tl. bath: im- oil CJM Bbr are. DI bulCI.DI.I tn ta Btate. Nice lawn shrubbery
value at Olt lum.c. Wetl. rl. r, high lot. Lakeview. One apartmen'available c land: 3 .n.l.n ; Meal laUa FRONT PROPERTY-263 ft. two story boe. 4 b.t chickens. At sacrifice price of
mel.t .ulU. piubll. at once. H cash near school and store not quit finIshed for fishing and huntIng brom. 3. Newman, sales msnster. O. t.
190.8trpll with M. J. Moss 13th. tarate. patio and 1875. ; wide and 975 ft. deep; on one ofOrlando's op: 1 bedroom it. 68.300. Stock at wholesale Inventor.
Main phone Loren Dnn N. Browndial : inside. Move ia finish I yourself elusive club house: other possibilities largest lakes large and garage Writ or come to Forest, Tavern.
12 817.LK You can not duplicate this .o ; very dnlrblelor .ee. dtr. .n.r
,
& save money. Large 1328. etc. The lake Swope Realtor, 60 East Pine. No
lt 10 minute
on Park. Fla.
IVANHOE SECTION Nicely _.F'. cost an estate or can be used to build m.nt parment drye. Astor
2-bedroom home. Lane or a near contctlD $2O.- A'TO! Gla and Civilians-We terms. King Stale Ph frontage alone Is worth the price ask several lake front homes on. A small sell It over
for you at one a 7287. 1401 W. Washington. ed. This will sell quickly-so don't Cia'baugh.Realtor. Metcaif *. Information on phone pleas
living room with oil floor terms arranged. See Mr. a. bad Improvement Investment should make BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES since
furnace: oak flll.c brrese- 0. Harold Shepherd Realty Ltl. 2 5-room bath of food construction NC J HOW New frame delay. Exclusive listing. Price reduced this a $20.OOO property. Phone 6781or EAST OF ORLANDO. 110 rld. I 1920. Phone-2-100 Room 4. 45 W.

way. 75 ft. frot.nor... b.t one ofOrlando' : E. Washington St. Phone 5124. and furnish lot on excellent the lr. rom. .a b.t. frat from $17.500 to $11.500: some terms. call at Lake Rolden G.rden 1 land completely fenc with 5t t BY OWNER acre and home ea Centrai. Prescott V. Bteele.
location. AU for $ W* can Mr. or Mr. Willis with J. P. hIghway 17-92 between Orlando '
mile of Kohl Ave. home through
better built homes.Available. : prchu. fue Tan on room : ;
ROBINSON E Friendly .es
!r..r AVE.-142 cure for Civilians % or 90-1 145 N. Main: 5809. rnala.
Price Ann Good 3 comfortable : inside m. i oursl. ..tta. Drive. property: at $4.I I and Sanford. Just right spot for cabins
win with Herman Goodwin. Inc- crr. bdm FHA loan. H. P. Ratr I money. Near bu. school WOULD A GOOD 8-acre bearing LAKE lots Interlaken 500. Noble Smith, Broker. 124 S.Main j trailer ramp er business. Lively 1 BAR-RZSTAURANT--Cocktaui lounge ,
;
Broker. 677 N. Orante: 9855. fae school stores lumlb Carrtcaa Bide. 672 Orl. d bus. 2 lots $ King Fraley grove some extra land and a comfortable FN l i istricted. : 691. I location. S room and bath clean I cud package Store combinetion.
41.1 Unus.L of tile best in Orlando.
e. 7267. 1401 W. C.n.enlence r modern bungalow to live la while I One spots
Co. WHbla.la.IOKRL' small cottage in the heart
HOME For quick tale by owner. Inv. Co606
LAKE FRONT ia exclusive NFde..e Owners other business interest. demand -
10.5 51.VERAN AND CtVflJ.ANS We build the 01> Conway at be interesting? 'I building your business. Baa 3 screened }
as 56. Business for Sale
112.0 Colonial 8065. Property
community S miles west: 3 4 his presence cut of town. This
SPRING D. 41.1 E'I I
acr..f porches: plsstered painted wails
b .
LK TC on your lot or yon nay looking forChenault See Stripling J. Moss
wooded and landscaped troundssmaU : ; 2 13t LAKE is your opportunIty. For further detaIls -
rooms 701 BARTON-Lot.
U a desirable homesite from our Jennings Inc. 672 N. Broker. 132 8. Main. Phone 18fofrat white enamel trim: polished floon. ;
trove; hOI just completed; b.tb oak floors: furnace: 2-a .IPt ,. Home and lot witha 7234. IIT. age: prce. 125. Uttp Itp ApARTE-: large .lt' Brarint citrus trees also peach pear | see Mr. Little with Harold
cash balance ... : might con- nice corner tot. fl.nce Orange Phone : lot. pnthousp o.ner; Shepherd Realty C.. 20 S. WashIngt8n. -
I.nd 100% 01 a 60 Baron .. 1201oI. tuava. Oarase. water piped to wash
aider trade call Count Ill. ask o F la. 53. Acreage for Sale near schools j .
; scaped. 118.0. tr. W. B. Prompt and complete 15.W. A. McKenney. 415 post office and for 1917-M-2 pl.nnl
son. M.t SU phone Highway: seasonI'I ssked. Apaly 1st home west of main
Ralr. 8 building 2-74. .
srlce. Cen.ut. Jea HTWAT-1JV miles X. al Income. S37.SOO for
LAKE LANCASTER-.(Near). 2-b- rings Inc.. 672 N. BMG HICK! CN new bouse. Will sell 3 Kittinter Realty 2-2852 or hichway on paved Loatwood road BLOCK PLANT-Well located. Railroad
r. masonry bunsalow STETSON AVK- W. 803-Near stores VETERANS .cr. pno NOTTINGHAM AVENUE Ters Turn at Sunoco Station, or write Bt. sidlnt. Complete for opera
r; di.trt but on a sewer: will schools and but. T 5-room home and bath: lot ROME 50x125 New 3 room 3-Bedroom home lo.te In beet part all. 1520 ft. latn. hlway. good en Shon. 100x125. Fine B.r1. 2-74. 2. box 190 Sanford. tion. Sacrifice price. H. C. Babcock.
But look! We : pn. 14.0. College Park: lot; kitchen for anything good bu.lne.lo.ton : home.
pue sn 1745. (hardwood (ln; ; lifetime $1.000 Rb't Huey with Robert R. Tyre. APARTT P".t Jr- with Robert R. Tyre. Realtor
Better tt lot. roof) i* a at 179. Thelma ca.. ba.nce ter.. C eulpl and really priced right .t See owner Sunday. P. F. N.wa ba 13 W. Washintton 6174. : P: GUEST HOUSE Wen located frame 13 W. Washiatton. 5174.BAR
T. K. Hastlnts. R.lt. a 6 Central Klncaid .rea H. P. Realtor. Br.t.r. 2-14' 1.15. Guernsey and Green. Inc 3538. ol.ado. Owner a5 one. other 4 .1

Arcade: 672 N. Orange: dial 8-4S51 ..78S. 410$. CLOnE U4-340 acres, fine dairy-land S17O per 10nt Only S13.SOO, I ?
42 SEX THIS TODAY-Par I ORLANDO lots on with building la food condition- Eight AND PACKAGE store; inform*
your futuressake. fronting Curry Ford Road. $65 OO HIOHN82 S P.luP
LAKE FTau bac Brad SUNSET L." bllalo.: furnished Bomb; Peter t.rm. Gor.e 70 E. Central; lion la office only; Courtney Reaity. -
M. J. Moss Broker 132 rn.
pew a rm. bdr. ; e Opeubouso2to5pm5inday. per .cr. 1t. $650 and $750; ph. 6770. Raltor. bedrooms, three baths walking dlstsnc 392 N. Orange. 2-2471.
2i* bt heL a 1a n..e Ian porch overlooking OWN MUST LEAVE and ..t 8. M.la pbon 69T. ORWIN MANOR Best residential APT. or hotel site very close In. BLOCK MANUFACTURING PLANT-
rage extras: $25.500. tr beautiful view of lake. You sU nice little home CHENEY acres; 1320 corners oa four streets. Its a dandy. of downtown. This property
m.0 SIS Grrely Street. Frame bungalow HGHAY-2 section. 75 ft. frontage. Central location Orlando; enjoying
.Wlndermer P1 boat- out of city Sletaelbbrbo. Information office only please.
Owner. 75. *. *._win enjoy swUnmlnt. fishint. aid* of town Just ft. on $123 per B.
dial 2.4838.LAKEIVANHOL. this sprint fed Large living with din- acre. 10 acres: 330 on highway at Priced to sell at 115. Warfield Dorsey. Realtor. 118 good business. 88750; C. Davis.Resitor.i04
log on ln. I.te furnished spacious rom fplc f. Rarold V. can be handled with about ear-third E. Jefferson. 2-1649.
; living
Special price immediate .I. tog room, Dok $225 per acre. 25 .: close in- at 13.. CODdlc& Court 't '
SCONPml furnished .S8SOO 2 bedrooms and attic. House $20O per acre. Mr. Lane with Herman R..ltr C"Dt.l: 817. HI I
ed cottage on S9SOO unfune APARTMENTS with cash. Total price $17JUM. See Mr.
choice location. r.r $5.500. term Sam Johnson Co...$ 8. room- picture .ldo.. fire 11.- roDdtlne Inside and out lOOx Goodwin. IDC* Broker. 677 .. Oral; ORLO VISTA-Van Buren Ave, 8 for the uut. .. BEAUTY PARLOR-Splendid opportunity -
Pc ( dial 9855. lots facing Clay St. e ower. J.toa 'xealtor to buy and locate la ex-
1.2 tete. Income $350 per month, Moffat with O. P, 8wop
Courtney N. Orange.phone STETSON WEST Owner transit room (unfurnished) S bedrooms P. lD.
AVE din Bronson Orlo Vista. panning sectIon of Orlando. Excellent -
erred home. 2brm ten Raton LAKIFRONT-Camp site location nearClarcona ,Ba Harb. $22.5OO! T. K. H..tn..Real- .,,
2-2471 man and E. Central. Phone A on 10 acres PRINCETON AVEEAST-50x139. I I tor. Rm. 6 Central 60 E. Pine; Phone 5812. I location ea a mala thoroughfare
ha bath, electric floor Ln. Ar.de !
LAKE \-e. 2-bedroom house. but I \1\heD 9816. Lt. with unlimited harking time for
like new. C.r. beautifully set oak Buy and hold until
te. r.dy t
p.n1 fumlae immediate down terms.pos '5d5.bn Competl furnished 110.0 L\ furnace breeseway. 1 car tinge NEW BOw down and mere TOO ft. lakefront with dock. Small .9 with terms. Frank .bUUd'l I ARTHOCSEw*. U I FIRST OFFERING.-4-acre crete *n clientele. Complete"Lamlnalre"new air equipment.IncludIng conditioner. -

Dial 13 30 18.0. Will aept in. .t. fo possession house. now on property. YOI can find 5. letc.1 Building; the fIDe.\ Permanent contrrUn corner location on U. 8. No. 1. Automatic tat water beater
2.704.
$4.500 cash on bal Everyone eligible. happy hours .
tn with storage .pae. 75 foot lot land m.0 1.0. S 8bo. .PIIDtment. Total tract 10 acre crossed by lavatory. Records available t, show
.. Frank Crebs. Re.lt.r. 51 Met CaU Jo* with Veterans Real Estate Little with Harold PLOT LAND-220 on Old Apopka Mnlllns with r. Realtor I US.. No. I. and railroad. Thus
It excellent business. Call Moriarty with
L-75 Florida Ave. You cslt Building; phone 2-1710. a.pd Moss In at soon at deed i Aiency: 29 8. Court: 2-8. Realty Co.. 2 E. WashIngton St.Phone I Highway rnan. bark 148 ft. 3 213 N. Main: dial Ai-, I affording 400 ft. frontage on both i Joe O. Myert. Realtor. 20 W. WasaInttoa. -

Invited and Open SOUTHWEST SECTION-Well ..r MUST SJ thl unfinished 4-room 524. miles out of Fine bomesite; BUSINESS: Ides highway and railroad sldlni. Dial 5551.BUU.DIItO24x32
ar \com H. the money I this 2 bedroom be stoned; Priced at 13..0 Hall D". $ OO will complete. LAKE FRONT-HO ace East of o only $4OO. Also-Large lot overlooking Crowing LT-iCue Pak fa, Small pecking house and nice sales

2 unfurnished Ilmie. central .Ya 128. lando on a very sprint West End Lake Killarney: $40O. tlcuiar tot '2 rP ia- I II I room for lift and fruit merchandise.
daily 6 nlnl
t p. IUO. tm.Ier Fruit \ Bros.-.- Agency R.lor.112 N. Or with Veterans' Real Ett lt.A nice high oak and pine land. O. A. Dearing. O.Der County vestment or B good I Ideal location for filling station and I I.road oa tot leased lor
$6.500 dial 1 1110. 1.UOD. side business. I S yrs. $75O for building and lease.
; t Agency S. Court: Price W. A. MeKenney. Si.OOO. terms
furnished. 2 2-41. 3"R-1. Only $1450 oa |
; 111.0. ante Ave.. TeL 3189. 10. Ilbr.1 tr. Thlm! C. B Davis, Realtor 104 E. Jefferson. Lamar Wilsoa. Rt. 1. Bos U4A.Msltlaod. .
fm.nc. Spat t Whl\ NEW HOUSES Ready for occupant Br.r BJ.J.Y PALM: buildingsite Klncaid with
415 Car.a I Fla.. county line.
n7 c 70 Under 18.OOO. 2-bedroom concrete .. ; 2-714. : lake :: lake fronts.Attractive I... 672 N.jOrantr I.1|I 2-1C49. _
7 blocks I
MENENDEZ CT. 822 Only
.
from the City HalL 3bedroomatscco.ontlle I MetatBid NICE HOME. with extra lot: including block. Q.I. priority. F moruus 10 ACRES near Lake Warren Excellent Trsder. Devel- BUILDING x pCn !' WANT TO MAKE easy money Price BUSINESS LISTINGS NEEDED- e*

residence with 1balb. I SOUTH-Duplex; (uae. Large electric range and refrigerator $35 per moat citrus ln. Price. $18410Undberg oper. 31 N. 2-O442.- for 3. .aaDt on tot I t richt. Here's the best home sod Hartow O."Fredrick. "Bwatoea

condition. Workshop lot. 18 fruit 1675. price $5OOO with terms. See this aa 20 .. between Clay 8 .' Broker. 2.0818. 34 x 150.torp.: Colonlaltown ap 2SOO: oodles of room for tursts. all far- > Headquarters. 11$_N. Orange

bcD'.. Move In tomor Wailer O Roulston Realtor. Ph. you will "say It'. top at this lv!.d Formosa. Can 8b.r. -Where SUMMERLIN At Conway Road. cern for Inspection at 121O Illinois nisbed. Including tip top kitchen BEAUTY PARLOR -Choice fecatioa.

row. Price $10-5OO. Rrx-McOiU. Ra' 2-2532. Wimblsh .It Noble sIt 124 8. MR. Q. T. o C.U.I yow would ORNOZ-BLsM-T.' Halo Good residential building lot for I Avr. I;. metal caUneU. Immaculate. 1* bed- .. New equips****. Good lea**. $Z OO.

ton. 128 Orante. phone SOUTHEAST SECTION Furnishedbuntalow Main. like a home o number 2"..S and $1250. Both streets McNuttHeasley. COLLEGE PARK Duplex. 2-story. room 3 baths yow don't even steed Exclusive. Bee Wilbur Btricklaad with
414. paYe. -
: la condition nice 2 bedroom; one of surrounded SLmit to 835O per 15 a car 'ean e Its debt dowa towa. ,I Henry Burch Broker. 13 8. Man 2-
MICHIGAN AVEI-W. New house. .o Rex NE"W&uUu location.immediate Spu arctltture.. overlooking terms Jim M. Caldwell with 1 Phone Re.ltr l'a.toaSL stucco on eeleat f"nib. Circulating This wm sell this week so step en the '. 10 0.
aCI.hbrbo. 1. Mt ot tr. I bathup.
4 Bull oaF an $10.SU"WEL oil
for comfortable rooms o. rm. oveIt's R.IIn 4147. _sloa. WI sell quickly a lane phone 6781 or Peter B.lto. corner C.aua: 2 room h.t. ro.. .D den ts If you want It. Claybaush Real DISTRIBUTORS WANTED....PrefabrU

a buy. S owner at 11$ W. SOUTHWEST-New 4-room 2-b at $9OOO. .It Noble call at Lake Holdea G.re.I toil Main: 2-86. ST. SOUTH-12OxISO i down. Ine 1." unit $6OO .sn i tor. Metcaif Bidt. caSed boose BuUdiaw boom coia1ns -

Mlchtsan. room frame platr h.us lB. Smith. 124 S M.a 8'1. west of Kuhl Ave. Hole. Drive 4tt ACRES fronting large lake; part feP. o side street Just nr Lovely lane > tot. 10,500. Own- I Distributor can set volume deliveries

MARKS ST.-.Sre this nicely furnished lot; $4.750: 175 eah. 15 m.nt E 4-ROOM modern buntalow NEW 2-BEDROOM masonry house: IB ..n old bearing orange of P.lme. Price $1.500. er. F. C. Heard ph. 412 WE HAVE SEVERAL downtewa eossnercltl from our Southern plant.
Weir System. 2 lot*. Every 1872 Av*.: p 507 Metcaif Building Century Pre-Fak Corp. Baddoa
5>room borne with front screened 6:1 Pne 461. Ja lue 1.5. aI. cl Of Ideal homesite. $3850. terms. Crebs. Realtor ; CENTRALLY Business
Clay LAt properties: alas t-eter Height W. J.
Good location and SOUTHEAST-Why pay rent when Winter Park W.llllto. lndor R..lo..IT. Main phone Ih.n. 2110BUT I Property. 10.OOO feet
JI l.a ba Call Joe with Real Estate 301 8. Rughey Apnt.tl JI
says sell for 11.5. or you can buy \neat 3-room furnished Vet.r.. 8U dial 2398 277.I SECTION adjoin and consider FILLING STATION. sara.. sod J
29 buIldIng North Ortnte. Reasott-
let ofe. Anyone In the a bom .! T 1 on10CX15O Atency Con ACRES-New home, garage fur title. $600 per lot Ina I.Can on D. P. Bias on quarters On account of sickneu.
miss seeing It. lot and 2-4A. Telephone Arcade. Owner. 3O9 8. Rushey.
AU fenced Owner.
aoln" thl. G t lelbbrh. cross
De. lene I 645. Brte.j. able term on an these buildinss.
See Geo. Brass
F. Co. 1* B. OWNERS
Br.R.lt Cntr.1 A. RaU : fruit trees GROCERY STORE and meat
Central Are. TlCola.1 De.lenc WINTER PARK-Lake front lot *nOsceola CLOSE lN-R. R frontage market
EIDR 2D'ho.s I I .tr..br young garden; in one of best I oa 173 oa good with 4-room modern furnished
NOT hne br. I l.tln.B.t busl Mike Flower Broker. 33 8. Mala.
BE PROUD OF- AC f. !
oak frs tarat SOUTHEAST SECTION New. 4-room A HOME TO home 1' bat basement Nu' house. 15 new I and dock .Ir.d bult street. '. buy In "hos apartment. Doing B nice business.
175. terms: 12 cub. Henry furnished eoUate. 1ldnl electric & uae. 11 tctr Take car ).u. or $12.500 Will sell complete with stock fixture
Phone Charles 5529-
CbaboU
I 1 assured 1575. C..nanh dbutor' Jatll. 07
B..h. Broker. Main; 2-10. I range on 0-foot lt limits. Your fut.r happiness f or trailers at part pay 43O8 for new furniture and cement block
NORTH-3-bedroom furnished $4 75. Wheeler M. J. Moss 1\ this _. cement block b..I. 3-bedroom ...&w central he _Dt Term See owner. 1-. m "uk st. Ca R K 8t..n building as B through street for

bUD Broker. 132 S. Ma phone 697. a rooms are Ian .tt al.t l.rb or ; $ .. C Hi-way OB QeAdea B WINTER pADt lots ladcli In Brkr. 'J. HOW WOULD YOU like a real la- 10.000, all rash. Clark F. Bryan.

.IW.1kl rn.erat. C. SUBURBAN_ bath ..furnished .p. 2 bedrooms an dJt or 110. paved r. John Byrd. _ .I atl. EAST CNL.n Hichlaad. vestment that pay 16% suet atpresent l a iars* Opportunity. 13O a Court
Paved street. Ready
O b.tr. P 1. an Lane xoninc. a
t :: ceIling price Ore** income
Sammi : ready 1*, a a U& 10 ACRES CLEARED uvhMd lake Hotel Lobby silos.
t mve acres. 2 Close bedroom 2 ; building As low as $495. today. fine Investment. H. Dorsey.Realtor. I <
The IID $8OOO yearly. 16 apartment private
T 3-OW
.r.e I onn. Wail
1. Ith
Central '07.JORTHIEB.raln. Hutcbina. Broker. a trontate; price S2OOO. Please call 1
1.5 tn street .t : Call Winter Park MoR atweekdays 118 8. baths. Furnished Never vacant. Braetlful -
1 Cult a er IlL Cor.
t homes. 2 WaIn'11.s and bu Orange Avenue 500 2-11. _2.4551.WtbTLRPARK.Lak.- GUEST-HOMV-Near Oran.r Avr. landscaped. Oa a 13O' J4O ft. tot GROCERY AND MARKET Good

I"slr. h. ursEON-P 4, trw blot. away. This ta an ou t- 2O ACE citrus land. $75 an arc,. frontage. Two and Kulv and D-atly faring 2 street:. Bus at doveS equipatrat. S2S real eajoylac nice

.t. boelbr.t homes 1 hom. c.s t.ndml buy for 11. with term Buy thi property now. C.1 d 3 of Apopka. 0 70 ft. lots over I9O. ft. dee* on P.rn. Tip top shape. minute t* downtown cnoppiiM. Near business. 64900 Plus mdsex Inventory.

e.tn b. Chek aur n monthly. extra available. Fritter ; GeortiB Shr.Rator. er. Whltehead. I.s 7th 81- Lake Virginia Corner lots: paved fon1e. rm_ plus Uvinc schools and stores. Good manaser JDjl*. Heattor, 104 X. Jeller-

We may as. 8me money. Price $375O. Ann Goodwin 9t Herman la Metcall Bldg-.Phone 5159. c. house OB Lake streets. Price S3OOO for Immediate ac Rooms always rented. wliline to stay If desired. Owners

Taylor. Brute 2516 N. Orant Goodwin. Inc. 6T K. i I .Uf Phone HI.a only. Winter Park Land Co-. .n.rr..U..t. O. C. II I sale. Priced risht t*> sell Term 73S

6644 or 2-211 Orante dial 8SS. Winter Park. 342 or 12 P e5. I O"ea A..dp. '78.Ste.an I I Garden Plaza; phone 2-O964. I Continued[ On Next Paulo



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,.. BustotM T OunIUrs 6S. BailneM Opportunities 64. Help WatFemal 66. Sale Help Wanted I 73-1. Auto Part* Accessories 75. Auto for Sale 76. Trailers-Trueki for Sale innbag &rnttnrI-&ttr

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, eiocrY-.cit,. WILL PAT CASH-For a bustnos STENOGRAPHER and cashier experience SELL Ppula S3 fIrs eitlngslsher: CAR DOORS-Wanted 2 front for DODGE-.1133 4 doer sd.a cord O M C-5-ton 1942. Long wheel base. I ORLANDO. FLORIDA

groat Jt L. .J. -worthily priced, barIng soda fountain helpful but not essential direct; exclusive territory 13 enroet 2 door standard.FO. meh.nlc.U. e.eUe' Ue. 335O. platform n.. motor .o tire "WORLD'S LARGEST
( .10 fixture "C usbt a.n1 sandwich trade ac- apply. Family flD.ae a.n. Inc.. to producers. "Fire-Killer.** la 34. 11. and hrdrovae : Clean i MARCH 2. 1947 'PAOE 1'

: 646SO. Henry wtl*pr, o. fixture and 3 w: Central Syracuse 1. N.Y. coupe; Jeep. ,Good tires ; GeneralTruck
.n 1 c.UO'Ui SPORT TOPS-Oa* day service 850 DETOI' .elbl Equipment 2319MrRaec DEALER"
I M. : dial fo a aood. clean activetrade. .
210.GRY Roger 261 Garfield I-ORE"'Dimedit JATONAY KNOWN Wer-E.e up tailor mad seat eo..I: 'I 23 rdl.. l.a7 Bt.DE8OTO eau.. .W 9609. -
Currently .n.r. .i.l has openIng up for sedans: West Auto 8b .
t>4 Av*.. Winter Ohce. Tm
ri $27aO "&ke weekly. Iavoatory Interesting work: 4hou week; ro local territory sales and sale la Orange County Duco C. 641 -1946 $ club HOUSE TIEl.2T duo. Alu SURALUMINUM

> I .r! futures practically cover SOME E.Investment Ill small ply B 276 8ta. organisation work. Veteran with Of Lexington St. 6012. eo.p. 8 at 23 King at.FR Ilau. will sell or
peraunakusiaess paying IS to fleer's rating given pref.r.ne; trad. Funny South Trailer Park. R S. EVANSOFFERS
alter 2-door
Owner. oU 1939 O..n.e
prte of
Irc rr TYPIST with tome knowledge have 2 selection ot an sties .d.a. P ROOFING
erwise must .
la toeatlom for 14 20*. C. .*, Broker. 2516 M.Orante. or TI Or see at Blossom Trail. L 2B.
M' 8544. mimeograph or.U. Permanent collese training. Detail at interview. B" J Servicecorner \ 111 &
years. wishes will sell banaes -. position good .lr7. Apply P.O. Attractive monthly allotments. Ship lon. and Jaftoon.TIRESEight .. Ingtoa At. : HOUSE TnJ Covered Wagon;
aad reea toW or business alone.Convenient Box 30-day Writ Box FORD 194O Station Weon Hew i owner "n priced to (ell.23OO AND SIDING
terms $responsible per- WANT TO :R&eDa Insurance 313.WHm generalhomework. I.Dt"ta. d.nnr. I' exceptionally ... Jim I MusselwhK St.I -
WOMAN p.lnL

.8rkn..beul.. Wubi..tD LW 8.8412.GROCERY. Doilfo.. ins .t7. Plea. Box glv 294 Live lpren I .t. Mutt AN AGGRESSIVE Southern organisation new 750a1.tires tul'I Ave. C.. Inc. 904 N. Orante, HOUSE TRAILER 21' national. As little ai lot the total cost LARGEST SELECtION
d1 o .u1 t have and health offer opportunity and flap $ 2-521 I o
Established eh.rawr refer.De lau..1 .cl cheap. At Palms Trailer'Park. Mr. will home.
6CNDRY STORK- put a new on your
Ir. Phone Deluxe 4 door sedan:
1941
14 inexcellent location. card. U good .a. to right class men cars. A Equipment Supply CO.. 1016 W. FORD K. WIlson I LOWEST PRICES
of Church can be for balance due
9970. line smartly packased household
Only nasoa fo .WD Qlaess otowner. 8tWRECER Finance Prh..d.... Sunday. 346Lake ROUSE TRAILER-Electric rfrIIr..1 I o Corrugated FINEST
sold direct
B1TT-Oood drug store Apply to Easy CI'.7. QUAYr
whicfc ; ne..ltl. b.m. weight
Lliht
WAK T
bo Dl. .a a.n. ., good grocery dry WATRESE3 .prl.le.Thrd'. Re. sl .. repeat Build your St. tor and 11.1..: ..D.tln IIDd.I Il 0 0 to handle VIED CARS AND TRUCKS

Gee direct with trfold U.poa cleaning pl.Dt good furniture store taurant. 2998 K.bl.ol te Ann. .. own ..in a protected territory. FORD 1937 4-door deluxe tedan. l lots of p.r. .ur. .1'. I 0 E.I rnoier due to refractionS
o.ner 149 S-etar. bakery. T. Bryan. Ba.le. Experienced only: Commission basis with guarantee. CRANE 2 boom: 2 flood mechanical condition new t.le IoU or car OB tr.d. 2-I sheet 10 ft.. 2 sheet IN FLORIDA
..10. Wrt. B. Opportunity. 130 8. 81... WAITRESSES advancement with a paint. Jim Cumbie Inc. 904 N.Oranee I. 2 J
Co.r O.D. M.Oianse Qull ..grow C.r. Zimmer. ir. 8 sheet 2. sheet
OROCXRV-MKAT MARKZT -' C: Hotel 1 Lobby, phone 2-231. apply Ave.Greet Tree OrW. :7 ..r.olp.Uon. See these fine I.m. title cable booms'.i.ch.raise. cOpl.t J.r .A. 2.52. HOUSE TAnEtU West TrailerPark 1.7 1 It. $ : WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD!

I Long stock. 1..1 .modern on account of Cour. Phone 2-11 and can be .. Holmes, FORD-1942; A-I condition: a good P.rfet. across eadlton Punto oa 441. 5-V CRIMPALUMINUM

for I..than actual .. ESTABLISHED INCOME Priced t WA'EE 860- bprll4, apply rom Mr. Wilke t."a and 1. Holler Chevrolet115 W. C.aua' buy reasonable; ph. 2-0922 '1 see 82000_and _frm rh It.MOOSE E. __ I
11 brd. MAKE REAL at 1116 6. Pltoenhl.St.FORD1940 .
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after S p.m. Sun- Wale FlaWAITRESSLSWANTLD.M1111. MONTMiiD'ton.
C.1 1 .. It ft.: ROOFING
MIL Wbol..l ...ID. 67000; W.I.Allt Lb Int Club Coupe.A TAtEV..lnd..
l.n Ihon. 2213. b* experienced. bent on credit house to house. 74. -TraUen Wanted Cc..nllr. sleeps' Palms
Cumble
t OIPT AND FOOD SHOP-Highway will act Investment la first ,ur. Harris a.t.u.\ I Opportunity. Writ $ Metropolitan Aut Inc. nr N. oranie Ave. C.re. Tr.le Park. South Orange Blossom 0 Heaviest m.dl II9J
17-92 lease. 81.800. 2.51.
Owner. M.ltn.. For N. Orsnse.WHITE"LADY. i' Distributing Co.. At.Dt. 1. Georgia. AUTO WANTED-Need 1940 mod.1sd.a. TrOl 0 S end 1 ft ntoctsS 191 TVtds Bed**
0. Gift shop 69750: eeUt Del to work la kitchen at ; will trade for equity HOUSE TRAILER-'42 national 18" 103 Ford 2 door
GROCERY. AND MEAT MAK In the Cottage 1217 8. 0once ?- I 67. Employment Agencies Padgett. ft. 2 sheet II 4 sheet "
condition. Plymouth
R.tar.nt I h U.. furnished You can move : body and motor A-l S.nr.r 1 1 0 ? a-door Beta
per escellent week. I.tl. clientele.Futures "etl se* G.r'l von Sber. '111. Blossom a-1. I IWOV right In and pay 82 50 per monthon FRD1'lnt. J. R. Smith. 33 &"e.1 R Pine e.tl Rd. .f 01.0. Blossoia 193S Flat Coupe

alone Good 18 to 43 years ot ...aDt BROW'S DPTIE AGENCY mortgage. Call William Mathews Av*. Tr.l.ROUSa' Ask .b.t Sears EaaPa7m.ntplanemail 193 Chevrolet Sedan
.or 1.0. who are wishing to you watt .h.r. 193J Chevrolet Sedan
I, FRT 10 II cafeteria position. A.d N.r. I 206 8. Main. 7811. c.r71.
wl OPUD. I.O. selling equipment perience necessary to start Easy toI.r. "011 come 513 w. c..tr.l I you TI20 f. Silver 1933 PontIac Coupe
Speak S"ie.I" Wbln.7.. ***d returns for investor. Box 299 Six days week. Uniforms fur .' help call 6326. AUTOMOBILE WANTED-Want any Dome; r.fr..lor. permanent Free delivery i 4 mile area
Realty Co.f Mr.1 2-3289. sVStar. Ideal working eondlU D.. usable ..1. any size or model; Mr. FRD1138. 2 door sedan. e..le Innersprin le. .nlnl. I I
COLLINS EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
MID FROIT Stivers. 62 W. Colonial; I to i t... electric brake and dolly. new.
GIFT SHOP-HI.b.u live Apply Tramor 8 W. Cen- a m. b.m l.ht. .o Rlbr &
CHICAGO EXECUTIVE wants to c.f.trl. and Nurses Rul.tr7. Stenographvip. Rough ST 8t.HOUSE'IR195. SER CO.
1M.ltlnd. .F $1.800. by la Florida. Will make substantialdown tral. t7plst. bookkeepers: domestic pm. runs First 3193. R. S. Evans. 11 29h 113 Av*. Phone 9813 $393
'.1'1. 0.1. payment or all cash for m.DI.I.ctv. WAITRESSES until April 7t 830 help C.I 7228. I W. Church St.PARKER&MLYIET AUTOS-Red tp Not if you sell 101 lo. Phone 329fi. See Royal: 25 ft : Oan2e 1942 Plymnuttu <
OROCERT: STORE WAXnWltl publishing bottling in- L per month room and SERVICE. us your ; pay top prices.Cell Yarn. C..tr.l .I.p. eac.l.n condltoo; 638 4..drpden ci-
living 8597. 9767 after 6 and Sunday. W. _ I tasicabs Only S left take your
or similar clean business Altamont .
.u.r.r. 1 o ..1 Or on out and see us. need help I
pro.r7 FORDS 1941 and 142 s-taxicabs pick.
laado. 41 Harley 615 N. Orange. ; ; H6USE"TRAILER
price $8.OOO year. 9190-W. -Alms. 1947. aluminum
Dre' .ner. Hotel, at Altamoote call 32 E. Pine.
mnml. Brio. sedans. For sale cheap.
and Writ H. J. Walker. Private 2.18 -dOr .See 4 20 used 3
elo. N* taverns r..t..r.nt. For sleeps ; ; mos.
1 YOUNG WOMAN-White.Part time mo.I. at Cab Co.. 243 8. Orange Ave. f.
Orlardo.OROCERT .. 280 AUTWATLt. !
orl Db.e7. Strict Box Rolly- I I Furnished. Mrs.
party. work. 4 to 8 p m. for school girt 69. Work Wanted-Female FORD anl. Wml.ms DRUG STORE
1939
good merhsnically Little Vlime
8-8tar._ have .- Robson Mot.2120 S. Orange BIossum : P.rl.
Must prl""lp.reomm.nd. 149.
UARKET fillies| G. L'* ATTENTION!-Do you know tion. Laney'a. Tr.ll I Winter Garden: good 311 trol Ph.- HOUSE TRAILER-1947 superior. 21.

atatton. Lofts .t u4 craeAiand anything about a transfer badness? MILLINERY sale COLORED MAID 763 Lime $t. FLORIDA MOTORS-Uted Electric brakes. 3O days old Barsain. 191 Fuh-k Headmaster
alone 6lW.- EXPERIENCED HTL FORD 1942. 4-door sedan. This C. Smith. Trailer FXRESCOMPLEE 193" Buick Sedan
1.11.1 Want 2 workers bay .t.bll demands coed used cars.therefore I P.1
\ familiar with better merchandise.
000 Excellent wllh lady One car bit but sood 19.ia
a rough a car Plymouth Coup
"I 7..1. 1.tlon 0..1. health Box 279 5Star.WHITE w* would lIke to purchase I Pak.
no near competition. 0..1 other e baeu price 87.5OO.-. R. DOCTORS ASSISTAN Experienced. used csr.10"Only five on for road A sweet running motor. 27'. 1417 DeSote Sedan
t your HOUSE TRAILER-Zimmer used
interest. For detail se* W. B. Nlcholsoa. .WD. local ; phone Special 8895. R. S. Evans. W.Ccntr.l. 1936 Dodge Sedaa
Realtor. N. Orange; dial rf.r.oce .al.bl. hand makes us want 70un. See I.. 6 4 month Butane gas: electricbrakes. t-ceUfnt tilt*.
Realtor. 8. Bt. phone 7200. Phone 4321.
1 M.I 7340. P. Rages. Ph. 22U.. NIght andweekends Mobleyt Tr'l.r Park. 17-92 MAHOGANYTogether
t 2-11' NICK GOING BUSINESS-For couple.downtown WOMEN Srctionlxerg w.II.4 HOUSEKEEPER-Lady alone or small 2-3071. HUDSON 1946 Super .&" 2-or hlway. and Sanford.

I location priced very rea immediately: experienced "011. f.ml. e.prl.o.d. r.f.r.lce.B. D. VARNER INC. to buy .e.n. V.r low mileage. Jim Cum bt..
: wants your -
HOTEL 14 tile baths. 8tsres preferred: see. Mr. Fertuson. D. Ph ., 9O4 N. Orange Ave. INTERNATIONAL with I59S
7 sara, toc and eoaerete 80.11. Contact owner phone 2011. lip Co. 2113 N. 28 Str.HOMEUNDRY_ _ auto or truck and will pay high teen at Orlando lee .
: C'DaD 3-day service. cash pries I"m.d.t." D. Varner 2.521 Be Street. 191* Pontiac 4-door Seda
la A-I and or finished. 424 M.Westmoreland Inc. Studebaker Bales and Service. JEEP. Willys-1942. In exre1beui. GREEN FOUNTAIN 1939 Hudson 2-door
condition. Coat 115.0 t b.ue Good COMBINATION QUEST BON Drive 234.W. Ave. Phone dition. 1613 Merrit Park Drive; MODEL A-Pickup truck: aood Sedan
restaurant C.ntrl 2315.SPT MACHINE 1939 Chrysler Sedan
Income. Beverly well equipped RESPONSIBLE PARTY ., Call 7611. condition. Price 8243. Please CARBONATG
Hotel._Orange City 10.0.. 4. traveled highway: sacrifice. EUtunger for rooming \ upr LUNDRY-olord woman. Wash- CASH PAID for your used ear. phone67 S. _ _ 1937 Pontiae Coupe
r. Poo. Realty. 2-2852 2-7.. ence hous 2-0397. Bldg. 1. Apt; 7. J. C. McK.na. YOur FsckstdDealer. LINCOLN-1941 convertible with I 193H Studebaker Sedan (new r-slaO
HIGHWAY Dci.-PPER1- 1 buying orselling ment. For Inform.to" el.1 Carvers Co.r.NUETr.llr. ." 342 N. Orange Ave. Phono 1946 motor. Automatic overdriveFine PLYMOU-1131. sedan delivery: MAHOGANY BOOTHS 1941 Willy Station Wat on
acre; new : ARE YOU INTERESTED la LOCAL BRANCH of large national 3147.DONT. price. 1700 Aveph23523.TRACTORMcCorinirkDverine 1936 Lincoln Zephyr 4- tare; mack and citrus land. Ideal a busIness Maybe we can bookkeep- Would like long rndl\on. B.r.in. TABLES. CIR
concern has for : mew eneine. evrellent tiress
for enterprising f.ml. $3.0.e. V* bell you ar.e Painter with Astor oPnln.. Bokkepln. experl- .07.h.re. excellent driver.Doctors Vlrlnl. Dr" 20. A-I condition: mounted on 10 i 1940 PontIac 2-door Sedan baa la)
.r-.tnrph
257 E. Central: 2-O786.- Con references. Box 286 8-8tsr. MECRY-1931 4-door sedan: radio. 'I Will fell in
B. 8ta. ene preferrd reulrr. ber; has to lie seen to b*
condition. Prophitt .VrI.t
STORE-In community of COMPLETE SAW-MILL with kMtlM t.e Tom. Sir NEADy-RDt7. Elc LOSE MONET and Hauthton. 500 W. Central. Phone Monday. 2-3141 One Lot Only]
about SOOO clean Mock.BO equipment. excellent condition. N. .
; 01.0. TRUCK-CMC; ton and newtag
PJI.tO fun for
W* win pay value your tar MERCURY
half of good saw- telephone 2-4021. -I
A million and a 140rIbl.ef
quar- 1695
U.ID A-I condition owner.see All of the above used
ten ta Connection I Goodreason timber. Quick possession trtrlpllnc. 63. Help Wanted-Male PRAc AL NUMZIUn. to do Gent l.slt.te tee us no. coupe: I ; at B and J Service prl..t, 37 W. approximately One 11 ben.

for . B. Dn. Realtor with M. 1. Moss. 1t Broker. 132. S.W.la .. Box Ollns Void C.n. N. An. mlleaae. 332 N. Shine : : Jackson.TRACTOR. 1934 Cadillac Convertible Sodas (new

LUNCH"ROOM. 10.. Jet.erso_114. phone $ ACCORDION.for Fri. and VIOU. PLYS 291 S-Stsr. _ Phone 2-816 24 Or'DI MOTCC-1946. lightweight imported I, -.Oliver itartparr1825 Best Offer 19!* eniine Nash 4-dnor Sedan

Sale oplt' 61. Bank Loans l.ht Central RIC PONlT-. Ulr.Dee. 1 with heavy duty tire HP. r.tl.; J.a .erh..I.d; call 1937 Oraham Super 4-door 8edta
p.ell., house and claD' RDd.no.. COlt.U. Lun. 7..1. PulpP throughout -2324.. Before March 15th 1035 Buick t-door Sedaa
Wit pr.Ue. of Insido A. Alpk. with Western Electric Co- .rm.n.ot: Used con.trct 193* Chrysler 4-donr Sedan
USED CAR EXCHANGE Sales S. Evsns. 60Central. for ..1.. Am
e. 1. Btinson.. Dundee.$. doing .o. business. LOANS cost you less BRAK-WHEEL know wheel MECHANIC alignment Wanted thor- ph. 6531. _ _ ..ntd. us before you .r. W. Phone4321._ TRAIL account of .kln.I..ID... Ptr will take entire lot. 1944 Nash 4-door Sedaa
nSTAI National Bank. Compare M.st SEEARYoTEORAPE D. We the high cash price. 219 sacrifice my trailer for if sold 1935 Packard Coup
and 1939. Perfect condition. Dual
MANUFACTURING and Distributingof these cost When loan Is for 0..h7.. F..ton. Orange COD .11. pston .rt.r. dotr.I W. Wahln.ton. Phone 2-2882. lASH- n. radio heater overdrive. at once. Ask for Fred. Sunny SouthTrailer Can be seen in Lake
a ..1 eaiential pro.ct A must 100. get 6 6 8 34 dentist. to rent. We' Pak.RrSESmI4. Mal
6 you 3P.r.ot. npr.Dce'i WEE CAR 8303 cash balance all ready fin-
la every "uoS b..tl..t moderate 12. CARPENTER WANTED-To build log Box 268 r8n. thananyone 1
ISO. you set 19p.7ment & yeur ear nced. Call Jerry 7678.
and .
r.trn. .Itl Mnd.meIroft. 6 16 1 home Cbe.te Schwartz San .U'I WIDOW-With the State of Ford by Appointment 1799
cab
you.e dUh.le Forda. ,
Bo 20. Hotel. New o.e
: 30 -St. 6 J.you 279Pument. 25.0 detlres work la Winter M. R. Dose at .s-U.r.eIt 142 NAH .14.. 6r and ad.n. 193; Packard 4-door Trunk Sides
MANUPACTUIIDtGPLANTConcretoblock. 8 4.you get 272P.yme.t COMPOSITOR WANT by book andmaiasin 'eperate .pt. or house desIrable. notessentIal. N. Garland St.. i sa 3-day cli.tc eoej'.ne! (sle-oer) tractor and 1940KIngham Address Frank Evans 1937 Pontiac Convertible Sedaa

.0IPlt.17 equipped. Almost 8 yon get 465P.reat 41 8334FlgiIres 67 .101 1 medlum-.lze Box 220 S-t.r. NO ONE for your : 3595.endloDe.. *. 101.P.1 >*lnt' top and seat coven)mew<

new typ aemlpnenmatlcaUydual tlOOO. you get 10P.pmeDt pay central to.1 e.lp.4 HONEST-Reliable. catl car .CAN-Py7 WorldsLargest Phone_ 5296. teeVann.. C.Dtr.l_ trailer. This unit Dust b Lake Mary. Fla. 1941 Studebaker Sedaa
.lbr.U. block machine. include t with lDOt71 Ldlo. to share home regardless ofits .
..1 Auto i 1941 Hudson Sedan
Plant over ,loan la e. of death. P.rl National man can operation o.le. NASH 1939 4-door sedan. Just
.ho eDtl. llsht 290 IU Look this outfit and make
10 .pn. duties. Box Sot.r. antiquity ob.olea.nc. or ; .14. o.e 1939 LaSalle Convertible Coupe thaw
overhauled
anlt. per d.7. may be inereared Bonk at Orldo 4th as well as .d..nl sparkling newness. Ellwood I by Nash agency. Neo or Phone Sanford 3603 top. paint and seat covers)
small cost. Located ta the Orlandoarea Ins makeup. Only top man paint: perfect condition. 38OO. Call
70. Work Wanted Male Evans at 400 N. Orange Ave- phone 2-0409. a an ofer. Used Car Exchange 219
which Is rapidly building. 0O% ply. Al Cody phone 5641. Klsslmmee. 4771 *

of ales located within 3 mile radius 1 2. Up $300 Florida. OLDSMOBILE-1939: rubber.cood W. phone
LaM t ABLE YOUNG MAN-Personable. aggressive FRANK really knows how to I .o W.shlaeo 222NEW
of Property be purchased REE
may inside and out owner
pll' FAMILY for Lights *
or leased new loans- CLRm f.r. ..t part time work get the dollar for your car or I after 6 m.. 8. U SS9
I O"le AUTO. in Souse by paved road.Jefferon .
D.mond I 1 L."n. 81d.
Pmlur. car andtypewriter. equity. Cash In f. 1947 ALL Aluminum Trailersare
to plant future. Com J. P.lu.e. enmss. ..k..d. mlnut. Wy
more 1941
*
Comp.u. County. Ethel Moline. DixieHotel. Chrysler - .1 nn.n. n
Ecomp Phon. .m ? Give us a PLMOU0 : arriving We 20
away eh.n. daf 134 want
plant, block and 807 Metcalf Build- 11.BKKEEPERL. Ilv. I d.17. 1940
Manager .
plt eUlp".Dt M Fla. Chevrolet Club COBVtrttbl
nt..l 201 Oranae Blossom Trail; used In at once to CAR
I.. Additional 20339.CASIILOANS I r.sldeot Im J. '13. 125 41 trde 24 tr.n.r finance balance.: up QUA 1941 Pontiac Sedan
equipment such that for the : GET CASH in 3 minute for any I P.rr.mor. el Onemortise
as to Irod. "prl.nr. 1941 Ford Sedan iHtv two)
of concrete brick and MADE quickly. 810 general ', make or model delay or I PLYMOUTH-1941 special deluxe 4- free rent with .nr trailer 4 CADILLAC 8 SEDAN 1940 Ford 4-door Sedan
lu.l- :
m.n.f.e.rl 8300. On your car or furniture.Aetna : sold during th', isle. .
FRUIT GRADERS aperienced-Par- Very
door
edn. Excellent condition.
( et.. may purchased Co.. 311 8. Orange nets adminIstration Box 302 8-t.r bariainlng. Drive IIi.ro price In severs Central .erfIC H.r.ma.Rdio kwmle.n. 142 Nash 2-door Sedan

I des a .1 1. _,I Owner's P.n.Ct7 Hall. sonnel vacuum Foods BLOCK- NO First class; IOC and. well.- buy.I .501 money.M.Orance. For Ilf rm.tnn see 419 N. Shine 8t lo..t tr.t.M..*. Sunny South I &. .11. ll. le.'U 1940 Plymouth SUtlon Wtgos.
DI.nmrDt PACKARD Convertible 194O
otbr It.r.t d.m..dID .D.I each.l417 West 21st Motr. Park Sale and "
.
necessitate LA8ulckl7 mad fur 6t..t.BNS'IBU Phone '87". Condition UP. 1101 Service. 1216S. CADILLAC 62'' SEDA
CAR *. Or Plymouth. Fla phoa MAN-Grove. garden lu.r.nt .d S Oranee Blossom Trail. Radio A
this growing plant. further Information Corpr.UoD W. Colonial Dr. Hydramatic: .tO.
Pr 1".1. _ _ .D .
Box S-8tar. own Home Finance Co.. 3O7 c.rt.ker: steady reliable m.r FRANK REED has brand house nice ea.
r.1
I .rt 214 PLYMOUTH 1939 2 door sedan. A-I 1.2. 1999
-
MetcalfBldg._ Dial 2-3o. Apopka. 147. Tied; must have house. Box 303 S SUCCESS FIRST TIME t.n.r as .as 81.873; 1/3 towS

ORANGE ATX., tore room; la LAS MAE from 110 to 8300; eu. T condition W. J.t'overhauled.. Winter 0.t3 2 the I.I.DC.. Lr.. .Ie '42 FORD SEDAN 1941 Tfldh 4-door Sedan
W P.r. ibis of
toT Park; pa. 6337. : fast service. Family T. getting top prIce for your car used trn.r. .a* Super Deluxe. 1.11. 1940 Buick 4-door Sedan
Finance Service. Inc..32 W. CentralAve. GROVE MAN. thoroughly experienced.who TILE SETTER-Ph. 9408. from R. S. Evans Worlds. lArgest PYMOU- 1942. 4-door sedsn. Why psv rent? 201 N. Orange Blossom 1941 Pontlte 4-door Sed.

Phone 9857. knows something about caring taken only one trip to our little rough in appear- Tr'l.FORBJR_ _ __ '4 CADILLAC FLEETWOOO 1940 Buick 4-door Sedan
ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL Property I QUICK CASH Furniture for 1.e.tl; pay to .t.rt 8125 plus D.ler". .. yourself further rounds even but Is newly p.lt.d and newseat TRAILERS for 7 passenger sedan radio and neater. 1941 Chevrolet Deluxe Sedan
Close in. The l.t pi. of prp LAS N. Orante AC Service covers. Tir. '1. .e and motor equipped with Simmons. Lit new la every way. 1942 Ford 4-door Sedan
erty available 15 note and .. 2-hour .r hou. C.rr"1 71. Airplane Sales & 17 selling to u. today. Is fair. Special 8995 8. Evans.
trU. It 1941 Uncola
0. Zephyr BetaS
I bed*. and
frentace. 490 f.. wide ice. Family Loan Co.. 501 BI.od.RCAP 400 N. Orange Phone prims d.lu. studio
, back: bordering oa'2 fl streets; Bank Bide. R. W. C sills, manager.Phone MAN-Must AIRPLANE-Clean B-T. all metal: Drive In to any of oar 5 Orlando 411. couch see us before yon buy. Dun- '42 CEVROL 1941 Dods Sedan
adjoins Trailer Park. Industrial building 2-1661. in b.alrlenc.d. 2-way radio; innerphonex. Just li I lo.Uo.or phone 5296. PLYMOUTH-1937 4 door sedan. Caab Up Trailer Sale 31st. SU and Orange S door town Extra 1942 Dodge Sedan
.rlD Pr..to. Or.DI and J Boon 1940 Buick 4-door Sedan
Instruments and clock like seen at B Service. Blossom deal car.
reseed
oa Iropr7. Return 1165 per and I and Jackson. T.1WORRI 11.1 1941 Buick 4-door Sedan
EngIne 22O hours. 2 latest typo
mo.t .11.0 tile residence. YOU CAN BRW.1.D.t.r.: saw lumber at sawmill new.' ; 1941 Ford 2-door Sed I a
...1" the value In auto or f.rolture SAWYE'o wases and per chutes 8895. I BELL US YOUR CAR! We high PYMOU- 194 deluxe coach. 4. CHRYSLER 1940 Ford Sedan
&
at Term Orance. Fast : AT-6 PLANE Fully licensed for day cash Melton's .* 1.lnt like new. Hew Yorker Fluid Drive. Low mlleai -
thl 3.0. \r.pu' Corporation. 480 North m :to.ioOh party; jftu A. prices. C.r. .. .. 1941 Chrysler 1-door Sedan
party. P.ne" R friendly service. Ph. 7136. Offices at Sn. olro. 2151.SFECIAtThALESMAN. ._ and night flying- full Instrument 550 N. Orange; dial 2-4601.. 81175. 119 Chester .. DISAPPEAR .. '1.70 1940 Dodge Sedan
toy; ROOM 4 Central less than 100 hours the PONTIAC 1931 N"
Arede 40. Cocoa and Winter Haven. for vacuum p.lel. oa coupe. 1940 Chrysler 4-door Situ_
Price 81.500. Can be seen 75. Autos for Sale ready to roll for the first $ When You Have 41 PONTIAC 1ConvertIble 1941 Lincoln Zephyr
cleaner and sewing
m.chl. d.p.rt at hangar at the S Evans. 101 W. Phone Adeu.teFi coupe.Radio and heat**.
ORANQB you hereSea Find. Alr.7 C.ol.1 1944 Italian Imported Fist
m.TI 4 OUT OF I -who ask for a l.n Salary arranging from SltM41
w la.al.t 1 new .- one. Personal .. .. 24 m.nt month write Box 298 8-Star. .Irr. AUTOMOBILE AUCTION SALE-Ev 539$ see Vann. Liability and Theft Insurance 1941 BuIck Super 4-door Sedaa

.1 otor income .udln. 8.. erase*. Room 2. Phone 2-3146. "UPHOLSTERER"1 .-Must be reliable.experienced PIPER CUB SALES and service. Im .1 Wednesday at 2.00 P.M. Lt us PONAC1141or sedan: OLDSMOBILE -* 1941 Chevrolet C upe194f
, 0 BOW oa lrI'yon will ( Robert.K. Wolfe. Mr. m.dl.t delivery n..cub trainers .n your automobile or at paint Lundquist Ins. Plymouth Club Coupe :
and able to do any Agency 4 door Radio aid beater.I127I .
; ins frer. Income iuo p super cruisers. Cubs T-.ft highest used car prices. If you want 11050: 10 W. Washington. 8454. Hd. 1941 Pontiac 2-door 8daa
laelvdlna act home tort ot f.rlure. Reference mustbe super cruiser will have all models and 507 Metetlf Bid,. Ph. 1942 Dodgt Sedaa
D' 63. Mortgage Loans P.O. Box 549. 'DI fo r.ot to buy. we PLYMOUTH 1940. 4-door sedan; J.t
while devtloplncla Writ 1941 Ford Sedaa ntav three>
.lt you are Airpark.! 2 WI.t.rPak. makes. Including 1946 and 1947 mod *
condition; 87OO. 2 West Evtni *'
elD and trailer park. Gainesville Pit.Jobs Veteran Training. l1.hleel.. I els. Good demand for clean late Av.o phone 9891. Monday. 3 PONTIAC "l SEDA 1942 Ford Super DeLuxe Sedan
To easy t 1D 40.000 a mODth Excellent I II.TI model cars. Gent miss these sales. Extra Bice. I I. 1941 Ford 2-door Sedan
party. Call I-O642 for detl opportunities men 18 We expecting you. Gainesville PAcRD940- 4-door: good 1941 leash 4-door Sedan
appointment \eo.Dee. A BOMB LOANSl to 34. inclusive to land wen-p.1 ENGINE land ratings sea and on Grumman "I b Gainesville Florida.Phone : 1.10 1947 tac. ,, These can sold with a 3 .gaarnt 1942 Oldsmobile Twa 8ed n
work Wld..o. lutmet M.rk.t 194) See at Park- 1942 SedsaI100S
Ohio. Jobs doing interesting Plymouth
..T.U.r
.d
I Coa Prompt and personal service oa FHA ceiving training and experience re Veterans training. An.ton. $ Trailer No. 63. LOANS LAS LOANS .
conventional loans. Country Club. Winter Super club per
or
RAMIE PROJECT W dmot many useful .kl and trades. No Ph .63 BUICK-IIO : new b eo.p.

la: eDt la"I..aayono. Box 415 who"tr.JTAUTmU Is Ikre. Marti W. Washington Wflliams-HargIa St. A.ene.! 21 coca previous photographers. necessary.draftsmen pharmacists Mech electricians. 72. Automobiles for Rent party.;589 apply W.from Church.6:30: Tommy's a m. to {; ; PLYMOUTH good motor.-1933 New rubber.coupe. Ho'18$.kfflin' BORROW BY PHONE I J. C. McKELLAR, INC.


doing food plumbers m.chlnlt. CAR-RENTAL. INC.-High trad Insured bet. Pimouth-l935 sedan: CALX. US-THEN STOP "Your Packard % ''er 1941 Oldsmobile 4-door Rydranatic
.teaou'Dbers w.ld.rs very
.. Pk r..I.bl.. $3.300. radio opltor. radar tehnelu. car by.. or ..s. $ BUICK 1941 Spc.1 convertiblecoupe. clean insIde; good 4-or motor; 8335. 342 N. bOne* 9147 Sedan
'?!! a-27. 0 HOME LOANS-To build purchase aircraft "orker. responsible People. Call 2-1438. 98 New top fnlcb. Motor I THE SAME FOR. OI.. 1941 Plymouth Club Coupe

JAt- Location 8preme rfD.lc and rla. Prompt serv officers many other ..needed Livingston Ave. completely overhauled. and J. R. Smith. B. Robinson. HOU\ 1941 Chevrolet Town Sedsa (Bow

0.1.1. 101'out making Rduo eot. mpl.t plan .by the .Regular Army which D. YARNlR U-DRIVE-IT-Drive I heater. Special at 61.095. R. S. Evans. 3 THE CASHI! t paint and seat rovers
per 10.th. .fat a r.t with your .nle. I.eludin. plena must have .ppro.lmatI7 40.0 enlistments yourself; .rates: by mil or 60 W. Central. Phone 4321. $ $ 1941 Chevrolet DeLuxe Pedal Bay

"'5. .eus. 'T. K. specifications and house model. Winter a montl m.IDt.l. au D. Varner U-Drive-It. Inc.. 234 W.C"Dtr.1 BUICK-1942. Super sedanette. O.ne PACKARD 10. "I" rn.rlbl.. three
club
Haur. R.atr. a t Central Ar- Park Federal Savings Loan thorlme strength. Your Ave. Phone 2-3153. overseas. 30fi E. lent mechanically.coupe. Nice. nol Yes! Get cash quickly on your Signature WYKYGYL MOTORS 140 Chrysler Sedan
grey
rd. 423.RTAURM A..I.> 224 P.rl Ave.. Winter Park. fo. dothl. .u.rtn. medical and HER1-DRIY-URE SYSTEM apartment 2. Phone 2-4196. also good radio. Yours If you hurryat Auto or Furniture. Can todayl 1941 1941 DeSoto Plymouth 4-door Sedan Sedan

Modern fixture*: HOME LOANS-We want to help you care tr..1 all provided system. BUICK sedan. Luxury 3895. R. 8. Evans. 101 W. -Central. BETTER BUYS 1941.Plymouth DeLnx Coup
and business. Henry buy a home or build a .one. without extra cost. One of the world's Reasonable rates. Drive a new car at a 14.or. special at Phone 529fi. see Vann. 1941 Pontiac 4-door Sda

Burch. Broker. 1 8. Main: dial W* will .you prompt grrvice. Office best retirement plans. RUr..t half with confidence also trucks for "Dt 6995. lw 1r... 3.y W. PONTIAC 1942. 4-door 1942 Pontiac I-door Sedan
CeDtr.l torpedo
2-1090. hours to 2 during week: 9 to pay for life after 20 .1. .cU.edut7 904 N. orange Ave. Phone Phone R .Vann. _.n. the 8ahera ire,. GFC LOAN COMPANY 10 CADILLAC CUTS SEDAN
after 30 Fin"hN
RESTAURANT-Beer and wine. (CoI-- 12 Saturdays. First Federal Savinc :. three-quarters 1.7 JAX-U-DRIVE-IT INC.-Rent a car BUICK-1938 century club coupe: Radio You e.nnot beat heater hydramatle. Two ton

seed Income 0"1 .5 a waak. and Loan Association. of Or.ndo 5 7..1.choice of A 3-year. .DI.tm.nt permits which or Jeep; .rates every car in radio: condition; Inde. out this value .h.t.r..h.r. at $1295. R. 8.Ebans. 7 East Robln.of Phooo'679J: .grey. 3.216 mile.
St. Orlando. any .o
E .
.nl. I
fixture
Stock ouarf B.S2200 Pn. Fa. sured. Service men welcome. No red I7SO. bin Zelma N. Orante.Phone 4Tn.I I11BSI
has quotas to be filled any overseas 40
cash terms. Coffee _
shop Bstaurant tape. 820
Call 142
1 SO I33.0OO theater which has openings. GI d.I.It 2-34. BUICK-1930. station wagon. Good PONTIAC-1942 "6" 4-door sedan. mil MERCURY 4-DOOB SEDAN Chevrolet Coup
: seats ; year b..t LOANS on an of property: long N. Garland I
M. t7 Bill of RI.ht educational benefitsfor price cash for quIrk Clean in every detail. Jim Cumbie 2.094 miles 1941 Chevrolet S-paseesg.? Club
rate immediate .h.p. .lO custom
n.larsc; 'S50.157er 1...O.nn: Iom.A.11.0 Stor. or service.short t.r Harlow O.. Fredrick.; 118 men .10 .DIlt before official termination sl.. Klncald. lOin Cars. Inc. 904 N. Orange Ave. 2-4321. It.tr. It.lo. Coupe

N. Orange AT*. Phone 8188. .1 serve at le.st'3 11h 6t_ St. Cloud. "6" 4-door sedan. INDIANMOTORCCLS 1942 8tttdbk 4-door 8da
PNTIAC-194
tt.7"1.37 10.0.J._OrD": 6823. R.1 E mooth. Get all the facts a U.S. OL'S U-DRE-f. Etc. BUICK-1940 Roadmastcr sedan. Torpedo .o. rn. good Jim Cum 1 44 MERCURY 4-DOOR IEDA 1439 Cadlllae Truck Sedaa
Station, I SIc N: heater. 3,749 .
and electric fixture repair RUt'DI body maroon fm.b. Looks Ca. IDe 14 Orange Ave. Raio. m\ 1942 Chevrolet Coup
RIO Bldg-orlandp.FIa. _ New eart for r.nt Reasonable I.t and 8945. 2-4521. 1941 Chevrolet 2-door 8eda (Save
In fine downtown location; an AVAILABLE for loans on per day. week Open rn. lo. 3-.y .pl.l. |__
f sop 11.32. El*T ton. Realtor. 32 z YON la.te hol.. and comm.rrl.1 Oi-ETABUH real .st.t fr 'til 1.0. 242 N. Orante. 2-81..1. I R.5296.8. Ev.ns. W. Phone PIERCE ARROW 8.-Clean thru,1 194* PLYMOUTH 4-DOOR SEDA 1941 fives Dodge Sedan
Pine: InvestmentCo. new I.
151. pr Bettes 1111 out pa\ .ID. slip cover U2fl
4-4nor Sedaa
23 W. Washinxton. Phone 8513. men. leads furnished write Box 3O8 BUICK-1936 sedan model 91: fair Ph. 89. 10.STDEBAKR19n H..te. mUu 1941 Oldsmobile
N 14 MODE Oldsmobile Club Sedan
8-Star. interview arranged. 1941
SLtTAuftaJrrS-Two nice Or.n. .1 b I condition; will b sold within the Champion. 4- 1941 Plymouth Sodas
Av*. Close In. next 3 days for best offer above over-drive AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE IMt BUICK SUPER
Improved very
lo.Uot MORTGAGES on all of 73. Auto Service dor .d.n 1941 Pontiac Sudan Cnup
Potter with Herman Goodwin. Inc.. real estate tyP.. and 66. Sales help Wanted 6250: Ph. 7541 or5849._ I.. Jim Cmbl. Cars. Inc DELIVERY. OPEN LATE Convertible Co.p. 1942 Fontiae Station wgon

Broker. 677 N, Orange; .dial 9855.8ZRTICK ranches. W. T. Cox. Lan Correspon- AGENTS-Sell n. SwissWrist AUTO WRECKER-Phone 2-3741 for BUICK-1942 sedan: all extra acceesories 904 N 0 range AFTERNOONS AND EVENINGS. Radio heater now tlr. L. I...

dent 141 C n". Life Inrar- .. .r b..tlul expansion any auto emergency. 808 w. Central : bAt offer ".1 15..1 8TUDEBAKER-1942 President club 44.121 .
STATION Standard ,n .nr. 320 N. Main St. Ph. 2-2274. W.th. for 816 00..Itb Send Ave. Rambo.Orlando's Official Winter l.t"... coupe. Radio-anil heater. Jim Cumble -

inquire after 6 p.. at 36 \ for Information. and sample at 88 Wr"le Service and pm. cars. Inc. 904 N. Orange Ave. 1941 LINCOLN 11298
Orange Blossom TraiL REAL ESTATE BUICK 1941 Century 4-door sedan. 2-4521. INDIAN
LANSL. cot COD. Take orde. Immediately.Moneybert AUTO WRECKER SERVICE Day I a Convertible Coup Sedia
with two To buy. Build .. BasemenImports. and night. Cato's Service Station. New p.lnt n..tires exceptionally 194) Chrysler 4-donr
SW-MI I.r. .a.Dt. 8DEAKEaI4 Pre.leDt 4 SALES & Radio. 2 heaters new tires 4-door Sedan
142 Buick
power unit blt. lineshaft and Business property. Trust D ._408 West 14th St. New York. ColonIal Dr. at Garland clean Cumble C.r Inc. 904 dor SERVC 36.650 mile. Bulrk Club Coupe
Street
pulls*. everything ... 1 partment. The First N.Uona BOYS-WANTED-Earn'82 hour! Sell phone 2-881 I N. Orarue Ave. 2-4521. Cumble Cars. Inc. 904 N. OrangeAve. Fairbanks Are. ..Dll.nt 1941 1941 Buick Convertible Club Coupe
.
Miller Saw Ww 400O W. St. at Orlando 2nd Flor. name plates for houses. Write Mr.Ward.Box292 AUTO SERVICE-One day service oa BUICK-1941 Special Sedanette. N.. 2-4521.

Orlando. 80Ia.rRREPNEC _ Pontiacs or other cars painting i paint rn. eo.Jim Cumble Cars STUDEBAKER-l93s. good condition.See Winter PakSPECIAL 30-DAY GUARANTEE ON ALL 1942 Chevrolet Aero Sedan
I 8ZRYICE STATION Nice building.taad YOUNG VETERAN needs a small loan SCHOOL Repre body work wheel balancing; .lmonl' Inc 904 Ave. 2.S2. at Palm Plasa Motel. Kllarney CARS 1941 Chevrolet Club) Convertible

lot: all ""lm.at .1 fixtures to expand business; good security ing. or anything else. Su.n Po. CHRYSLER-1941 Royal Brousham. Kore anytime from '.00 aja.. t Coupe (New top)
; doing good repair and Interest. Box 3OO S-Star. furnianed. Liberal tertory. .L.d. tiac. 62 W.Coionial Dr.. 2-2310. i New paint .o mechanical condition. SjOO pm.STUDEBAKER. Before You Buy 1941 Chrysler Club Coup

.. At .tpb.bt Texaco Sta PRPATt.a small experienced in selling. orbook AUoBRJ and wheel : Jim Cars Inc. 904 H.Orange -1941. Champion bus .Thene Car 1942 Stodebaker Prostdent Sedsa

Klulmme. ._ _ lots are seance i-n wekly.tr&nlol Write service. Wheels Ave. 2.321.CHERLI91. iness .o.p. Equipped with over They Are The Best 1042 Dodxe Sedan
COURT-Close to Orlando clear overlooking large lake. PraettctUv Mr. Smith. Art 10 Inc., MID.Pls. balanced while YOU wait. C. Convertible Club drive .. 3495. R. 8. Inn. SALE la Th. South 1941 Ford Convertible Coup
A
qu.rtn.uDdrle.beer serve all m.trl.1 are now on the 15. Mlo.10"tretoD_ Flange Sons. 1010 w. Church. Cop. .. car Jim Cum- Bargain lot. corner 141 Ford Station Wagon
and fur- lob and pad Phone 6781 orwrite .MEN ALIGNMENT Free Inc.1 904 N. Orange Ave. Amelia phone 2-1023. BUY CARS TOO 1941 OldsmobIle Convertible Coup
W
AND WOMEN-If you are a Inspection-Prompt PASSENOE.R TIRES Convertible Club
: good Beat buy In Fred Stevens. P.O. Box 23. 1941 Plymouth
.In. repairs by .
conscientious Qood- 2-521
Orang County w* mean Justthat .I..P.51 and .I ellr m.eh.ol. 76. 710 N. MILLS ST. NEAR Coupe
.d for years .. 1942. Trailers-Trucks for Sale
a larx m.. 30 4-.r .d.l. 4-dnm Sedaa
In. CADIuC 142 Pontiac
Hampton Broker.531 J. Orang 64. Help Wanted-Female glossy March lit thru 8th. 1J47
real COLONIAL
future
*. and security apply t AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Experienced fnish. 1942 Pontiac Sedan J_,
51.TOIT division beater This car for ."7- AUTO CAR available
BEAUTY OPERATOR wanted; with m.n..r. Mo.d.y and T.s meebanlc prompt arc; I for TUCS-No.. ALL POPULAR BRANDS
COURTS-Two nice loCO day between the hours 1 good parts one but priced at 81.895 It Is a bartain. .UP
in. main hlchway. following. None other need apply. .tok. R. S. Evans. 400 N. Orange. ply of part Orlando Truck
\. PI.D p m. and 7 and 9 p.m.. 1602 Illinois tires. D. Varner. 234 W. Central
Orlando Beauty Shop 108 N. Orange; lit Welding
ty eap.ulo. Priced b Ave > ; 23153.AAG. Phone 471.CHEROL. Co. 1020 W. Church Bt. I139S
low with Mr. 2-3822. I ply
SIS.OOO terms.
2-20. 7115 12.0
with Herman Goodwin. Broker. CANDY PACKER-Experienced; OIL SALESMAN-Can earn 8300 to : and Body Work. 1941 convertible ALMA ply ____ Retail Clipper 4-door
HOUSE 1942 Packard Custom
1. .p 3500 month grey finish new top. j 1947. J ,7016 12.1 .
: write P. 1983
677 N. Orange; dial 9855. _ ply to candy department of te for further Information. O. 1. at ....U.f.cUo.. m..lc eoap. heat. New leather up b..D TRAIL to Alaska 6'16 ply ___.. _._S1. Sedan
TouTCCRT-SI-- Between Food Palace. N. Orange Ave. ld.'r.sn.ble pre. r.I holst.r. The best Chevrolet In town. I sell or trade this 1.l6 plY __._ ._120 HM1 Brttldh Aostla ft Sedsa
REAL ESTATE SALESMAN-RecUter- b.le auto paint tiful trailer. Will take b.u Management Ch-valer Royal Soten
Ave. Entrance COLORED HELP WANTED for East Al 11.15. S. Evans. 400 N. Orange. car in 616 ply Si.3 1942
Auto I
ed and Paintt
on 2 streets: 2 and 3-bedrooin Coast- Hotel. Good salaries CollinsEmployment. for experienced tood opportunity Shop.onn 3000 N. Body i.one 4171.CHEVROLETlOT. finance balance. S Trailer at Sunny tl ply .118.5 1942 DeSoto 2-door Sedan
now on 6 W. Church. rightman.CaU2-7161._ 01.0. : 800. South Trailer Ask for 550-17 ply 1942 DeSoto 4-door Sedan
hou PrO.r7. eo..rlbl. ? 4 door sedan. P.rk L \.0
It. tnt hm. L. o COLORED : help in SALESMAN OPr Dlt7 to build .AUTO REPAIRS-Day or nitht. 8u- tires and condition. 103 Hill- I ..1... i 550-18--4 ply Si 0 OpportunitiesFor

.. T.rm. A. .Golden. kitchen. OIRL2 II t to Joel good paying business. parlor mh.Dk. R mbo. 808 W. ( Oo.. oft E. Washington.CHEVROLET BANTAM 'RIR197.. "t a. 500-19-4 ply ___.112.0
Broker. 1121 N. Orlando A. (nearunderpaao. the Thirds pnn Year-round demand no of-.ID C.ntr.1 All attached -
1932 4 door .
Winter Park. Open Sun. Ave. Re.t..rDt 2118 KI National organization. AUTO BODY WORK and painting Good aedan.CHEVROLET I to any car. .. at 8165. 11495
mechanically
tires good. O
TOURIST small bungalow LODGERS. "m.-4 ".th HOUSEKEEPER_white; room and earnings Write: United on commission Laboratories.and bonus.Inc.Cleveland 808 excellent w. work and service. R.mb be seen U 26' Kevotone Dri.. Can. ,,4321. R. 8. Irani. 60 W. C.Dt.1 Phone Prices Include excise tsx.SCOTTS Young Men 1941 M.rrory Station WaIGa

bad; salary; 2 children. 1 and 12. OhIo for full C.nlr.1 -1947 0 *nse nvwiI94
of room for e"p.DoD approximately 4'. old: experience and rrferencesre d.t.I BODY AND FENDER repairing and Complete ne.-f.t: Ma C R 1941-Long wheel I British Austin 4-eloor SideS
500 feet .,. 17-92. 3 SALESMEN calling and painting. Estimates .c.rlu I I fiat : Convertible Cieb COUP
uired: phone 2-151 or 6898. I gladly d.eu er 16 Laurel Road. Winter Park. body reconditioned good GARAGE A known well 1942 PoM '
miles south of Sanford: by o.n.r.f.aMo.bl. hrd..r dealers to sell finest trac Satisfaction snaranteed. D. Varner. : .tags. 22531.CONTlNENTAI3g.. ; nationally Hook omitS drive like a 44.
.. Rainbow Tourist L... HOUSEKEEPER 'D..rrom "lbr.n. on the market. Middle- 234 W. Central A... Phone 2-3153. I CHEVROLET 1 40. Tudor: goodtires ..1 '. (Northwest of Doe TrrklLnnswnod. established chain exceptionally doss thraoull
house; young trove west *.I..m.n averasinc Over 8ITO : good condition. Smith. 4 new FlaOnen depart- ,
TOURIST COURT=Modern -every ens; bus accommodations; nearApopka.Melster day The Snow Corporation. 5O02 BRAKE SERVICE-Expert brake and ; Lonswood. .. care ot "h. Pram. i i 1..IP, tood condition. managementPhone
respect. CBS con*r.Uoa tile roof. Apopka. North.1 30th Street. Omaha. Nebraska. "be1 alignment service. Call 2-3171 F. 11r. 1 Trailer IJ\bH Or- l"d.r. I., Coun'y 4312. ment store organizationhas
let renting units and owner apart- f r .Dplntment Firestone Orangeand CHEVROLET 1942bu.lness coupe j s nge BloMotn Trsil. I
m.nt- on Beautiful Indian River and H USEKEEPWAN'EDAI are S.4LESMAN-Wfth at least 2 yean U 8. chidrn. Rom. .1.1 eneinpering education to contact 1 practically new A little over 31.OOO -1942 P4 Io truck. !
No. 1 Hithway. BrjanCDnwav. -
\ 180.0. Call a m. or Sun CAR WASHING sod polishing toy appolntment. 1 miles A-I n. ... I hard-working young men 1944 Ford Ciravertlbl- Club Coup
r Titus- 1l4. Jobbers and of V belts and at *1 095. R. s. condlln. I
R..ltr. 3. industrial .r I Call B J Service W. _. Phone 1..1 i Peters. Sunshine : 194 Naah 4-donr 8 4321. inl
t fllle. Fla._ HOUEKEEPER-fo elderly in forenoon.woman; South Irouct. Co..rOI Station corner Boone and Jarknon.LUBRICATION ,. 6 den 3 blocks K. Little Lake Fairview. interested in a career I 1942 Chrynler New Yorker 4-door

I r TOURIST COURT Oa Or.n. Ill E. Amelia. major Ford. Car SbellubricaUon CHRYSLER -1942 WIDdsr.a! Men should be 194 CadfllaeM' Sedan
Blossom Trail at 36th Street. bonus .eomp.n. nede.al.r. I the thorough scientific i t 1 Good tires ::: condi- I DODGE retailing. 1942 Buick Sedanette
house cabins tavern. Completelyfurnished. HOUSFKPERWhlle. live I. small e"Pn.B -Every and cranny of tlon. Will sell Or this week | 111tn. pick-up and exceptional between of 22 and 28. i 1942 Buick Sedaa beautIfUl snarooaflnlnh.
Doing whale of a busmen. f.mly 489HOVSUEPER 88t.r.START. -aol your only. R. S. 101 W. r appearaace COLONIAL MOTORS ages very clean thruISti'
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a Rawleith business. Real I or trck toucb.d Smooth running phone 5296 and for Vann. .U 10 W. Wasainnton. I Special Coup
Priced right for quick sale. Immrl resort hotel man- opportunity assure you. .1 phone Able to accept assignment 1942 Bulrk Convertible
ate possession. Terms clean- now for permanent prof Safe meb.nl.a p.r 15. 1239 E. COLONIAL DRIVE 1941 Cadillac -61" Sedan
I de.led. S irOmc. bardtoreplace
Owner Stable! work in B rear 0 Write r"pt. prlon. lDE 1942 pickup; en- to location. Training Sofia
any Cadillac
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FTRSISHTO APARTMENTS-S-faml- NURSES institutional work; experienced I 41 Protected territory < ,I time payment plan 0 M C. Truck CADIC13S "40" 4 door sedan f FORD 1939 condltifjn thrmtzfwut. year. Excellent personnel I I 1942 BoleS Super convert mi* CoupeIMT
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: Battalion ActivatedThe

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:;" r State senior ORC instructor, was
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y 4' 366th Composite Group. Lt. Col.
4 .r2yrt I Clyde Travelstead. C. O. Second
'%r ,: Battalion 485th Glider
3u 2usg : Infantry
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< vice president of Florida Bank I Did "Diamond Jim" Have ,
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CHARLES E. LIMPUS MRS. HAROLD JOHNSON Stomach or Ulcer Pains?

secretary to the committee_ .. Sorosis Club president
_. Five New Rollins n b hardlY likely thit Diamond ,Jim Brady
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could have eaten to I cfter-etUDC p.In.. Sufferer she
I have to par the penalty .( atomach: or
I THE REV. PAUL CARPENTER W. W. DAWSON J. C. BROSSIER: : LINTON ALLEN ulcer pains. Indication: tan palna heartburn -
FOR THOSE SLUMBER Ministerial Assn. president Exchange Club president, ., editor of The Orlando, Star First National Bank president Trustees NamedRollins condition: horning cawed: actuation by excea.bloat* acid and thonld other

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10th and 11th grades but has been or r-_turn box to na and get DOUBU:

HOURS--- I Book Of Deeds' 10th Chapter 16 Students correlated classes until temporarily a satisfactory with schedule other- College announced yesterday TOUR MONEY BACK.

for a separate class can be the election of five new :
To Be Written Here March 78 worked out. Kipp said. members to the board of trustees. '

r Junior high schools are incor- -They include William Trufant I GLASSSTORE

,The 10th chapter of the Book of Golden Deeds will be Complete TestsSixteen porating the course with civics .Foster former president' Reed
classes for the remainder of the College. Oregon and Eugene
,
; written Tuesday evening, March 18, at a dinner in the .1
year and other schools are setting Randolph Smith former headmaster FRONT
.r Chamber of Commerce, to which the public is cordially in- Lakeview High School aside part of other regular classes Beaver Country Day
vited.In students have completed a half- for instruction in driver education school of Chestnut Hills Mass FURNITURE TOPS

announcing this year's program, W. W. Dawson unit course in driver educationand he pointed out. I both of Winter Park: Eldridge WINDOW GLAZING
rr president of the Exchange Club I are ready to take actual Florida Arrangements have not been Haynes publisher Modem Indus
which sponsors the award said Highway Patrol driving tests ompleted for the course at Orlab- i try magazine Laurence Duggan.
and he or she is requested to sign under the driver education
new do Senior High School but three
Institute
the dinner would be served at 7 director. of International MIRRORS
pjn., in the assembly room. In his name on the book's page to program recently instituted in Or- classes are being worked into social I Education and Reginald Clough.

the past the program has been signify his acceptance of the ange. County schools. SupervisorR. studies and science schedulesand editor of Tide magazine all of I MADE TO ORDER
Earl Kipp reported yesterday.The
a class for girls will be start- New York City.
combined with a Rotary Club honor. !
Lakeview School is ed
luncheon, but it was deemed best 'The as always has been group soon. Dr. Foster Dr. Dugran and And
public the first to complete a course in Part-time classes are being held
to celebrate the 10th anniversary the custom is requested to mail driver education :since inauguration at Pine Castle:; Apopka Ocoee. Haynes appeared on the Ani- RESILVEREDCLASS
with an .event of its own, Daw- I mated Magazine last
who of the new program plannedat Winter Park. Memorial and Cher- Sunday.
said. its suggestions for the person ,
son a three-day teacher institute okee Junior High Schools and the The first two received honorary
s< In speaking of the award. Daw- will receive the honor to the selection :' here presided over by Dr. H. R. course will, be made a full unit I I degrees from Rollins at the mid- FOR EVERY
son termed it "a practical way for committee in care of Danford of the National Conservation subject when worked into regular Winter convocation Monday. NEED ANY TIME
the community to recognize outstanding Secretary Charles E. Limpus. All Assn.Supervised. school curricula. Kipp said. Clough is a graduate Rollins-
unselfish the will be carefully I I ANY PLACERELIABLE
service on suggestions reviewed by T. F. Weiden- College class of 1936.
part pf its citizens. In other wordsit by selection committee beck the class of 16 completed NEW MEMBERS HONORED
is a means of giving "flowers"to and the final result will be an- classroom assignments and A general board meeting the I
INHERSPRIHG MATTRESSESBEAUTIFULLY the living while they are yet nounced at the dinner meeting practiced "under- the-wheel Women's Society of Christian I PAINT
here to enjoy them by giving to on March 18th.The letters of sug- driving with their parents who Service of the First Methodist RADIOREPAIR
. DESIGNED these public spirited citizens I gestion must be postmarked on or agreed to co-operate in the Ini- Church will be held Monday at AND GLASS
10:30 A luncheon for all
: a.m. new
recognition for their deeds of ser- before March 13th and must contain tial phase of the educational
ladies of the church will be heldat SERVICESOUTHERN
INNER-SPRINGS OF LASTING QUALITY
vice over and above their call to the*reason or reasons for course 102 W. PINE ST.
DEPENDABLE NAMES IN MATTRESSES duty in their community." Daw- I I making the suggestion and must 12:30 pm. in the church dining MUSIC
The driver education course room with members of the board
son said. the *32 N. OraBf. let M71 PHONE 5621
be signed by party or parties I I
eventually will be set up in all serving as hostesses.
1. SEALY The Book of Golden Deeds is. making it. ,
39.50 The selection committee of this '.
in fact a large leatherboundbook
BADCOCK-SUPREME f
Up in which, for each year year is composed of Mrs. Harold
SIMMONS 1.25 WEEKLYYOUNG'S since the movement was originated Johnson president of the Sorosis
in this community, thereis Club: Linton Allen president of I
the First National Bank; Ernest
a page devoted to the workof
t FURNITURE CO. the citizen who has, been Willard. representing the Florida
Dr. Paul C.
honored for that particular Bank. Carpenter.
! Dealer in Badcock Furniture. year. president of the Orange County
42-48 N. Garland St. Phone 2-3471 Ministerial Assn.; J. C. Brossier of
A duplicate page framed is pre- The Sentinel-Star and Dawson
. sented each year to the honoree and Limpus. I:
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of fun from their snappy Ercoupe
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Fa '" Fairchild PT-19 from Hoequist Field. Mr. Ravndal :
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during the war he served as Civilian Air Patrol
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intelligence officer for Patrol Base 13 on the west

coast of Florida. Although not so enthusiastic a t _;:
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benefit concert featuringthe when his extraordinary talent became At ShowerMiss Here FridayHeading Mrs. Eileen Davis Saumenig of r of Winter Garden will serve as

duo-piano. team of Mario apparent and he won a I this city is announcing the forthcoming best man.

Bragglottl and Jack Chaikin. to scholarship to the David Mannes Darleen :Millard was host- the cast: of noted opera marriage of htr daughter, Miss Saumenig graduated from

i. be given at the Winter Park High School of Music in New York City. ess at her home on Osceola Ct. singers who will be starred in Ros- I Margaret Ann, to George Brymer Orlando Senior High School with

School Auditorium Wednesday and studied there until he was 17. Winter Park. Friday night when +FJ.x: i sini's comic opera in two acts, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Brymer the class of '46. and was a memberof

night under auspices of the Sym- A second scholarship took him she entertained with a miscella- FdyiNh S "The Barber of Seville" in the also of this city. the Sub Deb Club. Since her

phony Society of Central Florida to the Juillard Graduate School neous shower honoring Miss Ma- ; City Auditorium Friday at 8:13 I The wedding will take place graduation she has been employedby

will present Mrv Chaikin; the new where he worked under the distinguished rian Hyde Bufflngton who will ST pjn. will be Tito Schipa who has Saturday, March 8. at 10 ajn. at the Southern Bell TelephoneCo.
become the bride of Capt. FrancisE. 1
junior member of the partnership pianist and teacher. sung at the Metropolitan OperaCo. the chapel of the Cathedral .
McGhee. U. S. Army Air Forces ,
in his debut hereabouts. Ernest Hutches n. and graduatedin Tuesday at 7:30 pjn. at the Or- and is known the world tenors.over Church of St. Luke..The brideelect's Mr. Brymer, who graduated
of the great lyric
as one
BraggiotU has appeared beforein 1942.He made his concert debut lando Army Air Base Chapel. < Also m the cast are Virgilio grandfather, the Rev. H. from Orlando Semi>High School
Central Florida as a memberof ,just before enlisting in the ArmyIn Miss Millard was assisted by her Lazzari. Metropolitan Opera Co. Fields Saumenig. of Daytona with the class of '40. attended
mother. Mrs. W. W. Millard. in Beach will perform the ceremony. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and
basso Grace Panvmi. known as .
the internationally known that In uniform Chaikin ;
year. Miss Eileen Saumenig will attend I later
with
entertaining the following served in the U. 8. Army
piano team of Fray and Braggi- I served as a chaplain's assistant.His the honoree: the Mmes. Helen B. one of of the the best day; and coloratura Angelo sopranos Pi-- her sister as maid of honor". I On receiving his discharge: he attended

ottL Jacques Fray and Braggiotti duties included playing the Buffington. G. Crofton Enright. lotto baritone of the San Fran- The bride*elect's father Dudley Rollins College. At present -
Frank Sampson. William Wood Saum nig. of Columbia. 8. C.. will he is employed at Southern
terminated their association before I organ and directing musical pro- cisco Opera Co.. who will have the ,
and J. P. O'Callahan: the Misses : give her in marriage. Milton Dann Music Co.
role of the barber. Pilotto is considered
World War II when Fray was I grams. After his honorable dis-
Elaine Rounds. Marilyn Connelly
Government service from the service in 1946 he the finest exponent of the
called into charge Jane Connelly. Eleanor Taylor. l
barber. Figaro singing today.
abroad. auditioned and became associatedwith Ruth Enright. Betty Connors. Jan The opera is being brought here I Two Hostesses MemorialPTA
Chaikin was a musical prodigy. Mr. BraggiotU. Rollison and Veronica van Deinse. under the auspices of the 40 and 8

Born and raised in Brooklyn he Tickets to the benefit duo-piano 3 ,,,, :.;; 6A.G Y., '..n 4i.l F Society of the American Legion.It 1:
dVx. -cc x' .a kkCF; has been emphasized that no Entertain To Hear
began piano lessons at the age of concert second on the series spon- Antique ShowScheduled i
sored by the Symphony Societyfor one will be seated after the per-
five when he persuaded his sis the reorganized Central Flor- MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH MOODY flew north last Spring to Atlanta formance begins.Garden.

ter's teacher to give him lessons ida Symphony Orchestra of the Here for a hotel convention, then on to Moline Ill, for a 'visit at their For VisitorsJean I''Dr. KG. Riley
too. at 25 cents apiece.. These
future are available at the Music
former home. Their plane is a Vultee BT-13, and on tripe Mrs. Moody Club
Wetherell and Lane
was" six.OAAB
lessons continued until he Box in Winter Park, and at the Helen
reads the road maps while her husband consults the aeronautical ,': Dr. Edwin G. Riley, epidemiologist -
Southern Music Store in Orlando. March 11-14 were joint hostesses Saturday
;The two-piano program includes charts. Both their children, Katie and Jody are extremely airminded '> of the Florida State Board of

ClubActivities a.transcription of George Gersh.in's The sixth annual Antique Show, and enjoy the occasions when their father flies-them, over the State. Circle NoticesThe when they entertained at.a coca- !:i Health, of Jacksonville will speakat
cola party at the former's home. '
+ immortal "Rhapsody m
sponsored by the Antiquarian So- I the meeting of the Memorial
Blue." and the first movement of ciety: of Orlando, will be held I II I Orlando Garden Club Cir- 1212 Mt. Vernon Ave. Sharing
cles will meet this week as follows: Junior High School Parent Teach-
Gneg's Concerto in A Minor. The '
Set March 11-14 in the first of the \Sigma Chi'sHonoring Airs. Pittman honors were Barbara Martin and
program in full: Central Florida Exposition build- The Azalea Circle will meet I l ers Assn. Monday at 8 pjn. in the
Tuesday at 1:30 m. at the homeof Barbara Veatch of DeLand and will
p.
school auditorium. His topic
Activities at the Orlando Army I ings at Exposition Park.
Air Bas*. in connection with the Toccata and Fugue in D Minor Many dealers who have con- I{ I Rosalind ClubChairman lonial Mrs.Dr.E.The M. Newald Jasmine 218 Circle W. will Co- 'Barbara White or"Tampa and be "A Healthy Child Is a Happy

Officers Club this week will be -Bach tributed to other shows here have meet Thursday at the home of Barbara Yowell of Daytona Child.
as follows: Liebestod from Tristan and Isolde signed up in advance for space at Beach. I II
fONDAY-Women's Club bowlsat Wagner this show. There will also be new Dr. Ricks : .. Mrs.Holden Robert at 10 Heintzleman Election on of Lake offi- I Guests included Betty Steele I I I Mrs. Harrr K. Saunders music
ajn.
7:30 pm. at OAAB Bowling Coronation Scene from Boris God- dealers who have exhibited in the f,Betty Lou Arnold..Virginia )Meara!': chairman has arranged for musical
will be held at this time.
Alleys. shows in Chi Alumni Assn. will : Mrs. James A. Pittman heads "cers
unov u Moussorgsky antique held Daytona. Sigma Dorothy Frye. Patsy Hickman. program to be given by the
'I'UESDAy-oAAB Women's Club n I St. Petersburg and Miami. They hold a dinner meeting Tuesday at the hospitality committee for the The Lancaster Park Circle meeting '
Hoffner, Memorial Mixed
Welfare Group meets from 8:30: First Movement of Concerto in come to Orlando with fresh stocks 6:30: pm. at the YMCA Coffee Rosalind Club bridge tea on March will be held on Wednesday Sissy Simonton. Gay members of the
ajn. to 12 noon at Red Cross A Minor __ ... _Grieg of silver china. glass jewelry: and Shop honoring Dr. William B. 6. and the luncheon the following from 2 pjn. to 4 pjn. at the homeof ,Dorita Evans. Betty Lee Herron. Chorus accompanied by Amelia
Bldg. on the base. Berceuse from the Firebird I furniture. For the hobbyists; there Ricks of Nashville. Thursday. I Mrs. J. J. McMahon. 1323 Lan- Patsy Saunders. Nancy Burcham Mallard. Law Mallard is music supervisor -
WEDNESDAY Women's Club -StravinskyThe will be a stamp dealer and also a Dr. Ricks. who is past grand Assisting her will be the Mmcs. caster Dr. Mrs. J. L. Staufer will Patsy Ann Davison. Carole Lang- at Memorial.Mrs. .

Book Club meets at 1:30 p.m.1n Isle of Joy__ _._ Debussy large button display. j I consul of the fraternity, is at Holloway Clark nee chairman: speak on some of the North Carolina I ston. Carolyn Langston. Mary I I
presU
main lounge. i official tour of Victor Hutchms. I gardens. The Lucerne Circle Lloyd. Ann McCall Katherine I Brantley Burcham
Officers' dub for Pantomime and Ritual Fire Dance In addition to local and Florida present making an Robert Riddle.
cook review. Game party in -DeFalla dealers who will participate in the I the active and alumni chapters of 'Estelle Jewell Harry Dickson. R. will meet at the home of Mrs. Rowe. Julia Reddick. Virginia 1 r dent win preside at the meetingI .
main lounge at 8:30 from El Amor Brjuol show there will be representativesfrom I I Sigma Chi.Another. I t W. Kelley. Sidney Swope. Simpson I Arnold Exo. 1722 Virginia Dr.. at Morton. Patsy Peter., F'ranceS1 j,I following which refreshments will
THURSDAY worn elk Club III Ohio. New Jersey Illinois.I feature of the meetingwill i i Penney. Warren Edwards T. ..J.Llndorff. 10 am. Friday. Miss Hatabel Hyer Roberts June McKenney, Ann'. be served. The refreshment com-
Bridge Club meets at 2 p.m. In Rhapsody in Blue Gershwin Pennsylvania, and New York. be installation of officers for Lois Fuller Ives. Frank I will be the speaker. Her subject I Holbrook. Carol Clark.Jean Elaine mittee includes the Mmes. Sidney
main lounge. Officers Club Animal Suite: The grand opening will be 1947. They include: W. R. Boone. Butler. Marshall Dendy. will be "Hibiscus. Its Propagation Daley. Patty Blackwood.Jean Rig-
SATURDAY-Regular Saturday I Cuckoo ._- -- Claude Daquin Tuesday. March 11, at 10 a-m.. president; J. Wayne Reitz vice and Culture." The Cherokee Circle Betty Yeargw. Betty Jean i I I Swope,E.D.Oestricher.and Frank
night dance from 9 pjn to i iajn Swan and { with daily openings from 10 ajn. I president and William J. Boning tend this meeting and to -I I will meet at the home of Mrs. E ale Gene Lu Armstrong,I IPridieon. i Gray. Mrs. William Jayne is program -
.. with Billy Arnol '.orches I KangarooSaintSaens t to 10 p.m. through Friday t I secretary-treasurer. I I reservations by contacting D. Holcomb. 430 E. Gore Ave.Fri- Joan. .I'I I chairman.:
tra,playing. '._ Jitterbug __BragiottiIk I March 14.<< I All Sigma Chi's are urged to at- J. Buning. day at 10:30: am. 4 and King.
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Baptists: Plan Mr s. J. E. Bevis :Entertains Entertained at ,Dinner PartyBr Entertains *.; Irc

AGNES BERRY Bud Kelley Mrs. Leon Sheppard

[Service Today Ida Milam Gird e at Home [Special APOPKA to The-:Miss Sunday Elaine Sentinel-Starl Skip- I Mrs.hostess.Raymond. Anderson and the Bridge Club

WINTER GARDEN The Rev. By BERTHA WILLIAMS Tallahassee: Mrs. B. A. Cassady worth and her mother Mrs. Kirk Mrs. James Mahaffey entertained Br MRS. V. W. KELLY and
; Sentmel-Starl Lewis entertained the cheerleaders her Wednesday bridge club the MRS J. E. KONSLER
Church [Special to.The Sunday Mrs.J. Miss Mattie Cas-
C. Cullen.
; 'A. A. Stulck of the Baptist
> Mrs.Oscar Vick. Mrs.
of Apopka High School at a guests being
TAVARES-Mrs.J E. Bevis entertained fj'IY [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Starl
win speak at 11 am., on "From Ida Milam Circle of sady andMiss: Evelyn Cassady. dinner party Tuesday. Enjoying r Carl Jackson,Mrs. Mallory Welch K fM
Nature to Grace. A special quar- the of Christian Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Young of the affair were the Misses Julia Mrs. Glenn Smith Mrs. Kirk CLERMONT Miss Florence YJ!
tet under the direction of Miss the Woman's Society Vasilow, sponsor Barbara Stew Lewis Mrs. Natalie Oliver and Pool entertained the Wednesday
Smith will participate. Service at her home with the cir- Wetherfield. Conn., and Mr. and Mrs. Billie Mil utzer. I
Margaret art the mascot, Mary Land. Betty Bridge Club at her home in Indian
-, Sunday School will be at 9:45: cle leader. Mrs. D. K. Moore pre- Mrs. Raymond Young of Auburn. Jean Gilliard. Joyce Dixon, Jane \ The Week of Prayer for Home ,

i and B.T.U. at 630. subject for the siding. Mrs. Cora P. Hammondgave N. Y.. were guests of )dr.and Mrs. Kirk, Betty Reiners Marilyn Wal- Missions will be observed at the i Hills.
:' evening service win be "The Par- the devotional. ters and Julia Crenshaw.Mrs. Apopka Baptist Church during the Present were Miss Agnes John-
,
Also present were Mmes. Pearl L. A. Wilder. Land entertainedher coming week with the following
Able.. Luke 15. Bennett son Mrs. Irving Morse. Mrs. Har-
evangelistic meeting Cullen. Warren Fraser, E. M. Tally Emmett Daniels of Bowling club at dessert bridge Thurs- services: : Monday afternoon at
win Special begin Monday with the Rev. Carl Averitt. Miss Marian Dun- Green, Ky.. was a recent guest day at her home. Her included 3:30 o'clock:. Tuesday at 8 pm: old Tumlle. Mrs. George Nagel. "This Business "
Coven. H. Jennings guess Wednesday afternoon at 3:30; Mrs. Tim Kimball Mrs. R. .
L. O. Or-
Mmes.
Mrs. R. T.
Paul Meigs of Atlanta preaching. can. with Mr. and Mrs. Murl E. Pace.
leader and worker with Rou. Kenneth Sears, Joe land. Mrs. Fred Odom. :Mrs. W. G. Thursday at 8 pm.: Friday at 10 Rogers Mrs.E.G. Cooley and R.I of Carving'
Song Mrs. Grace W. Johnson of and 3:30
Jenkins D. H. Moore, Cora P. Harris Mrs. W. T. Champneys. am. : pm.
Pur-
will be Carlos Oakley Seaver.
young people Hammond.Mrs. Selman N. C- will be guest soloist Mrs. J., E. Parrott Mrs. Percival More than30 members and '
We have the book by
hostessfor Mrs. J. C. Robinson, friends of the Apopka Episcopal Mrs. Johnny Martin and
Carl Duncan was at the First Baptist Church this McDonald, aon.I'
members of the Roberta Dan- Mrs. A. O. Martin and Mrs. LeslieP. .. Church met at the Florida Power Tover of DeFuniak arrived that title. But best of
morning. Mrs. Johnson who is a lounge Tuesday for a supper meet-
ial Circle in her home. Mrs. Donald friend of State Sen. and Mrs. Waite. Ing. Rev. Louitt. bishop of the day to visit her parents. Mr. and
1Irs.3. G. Grossenbacher Mrs. all have the knives
the MARY ANN SMITH tee
conducted worship -
Gardner Mrs. B. W. Whitt.
Harry P.Johnson, Is a guest at the L. Bur- Diocese of South Florida was
Mrs F.
Whistling period and Mrs. Dexter Ward Mt. Plymouth Hotel at Ply- wed'in GermanyMiss George gust. Mrs.Anderson.A. A. Wagner and present and announced plans to Mrs. Jimmy Hunt and children to do the job. A hand
I presented the program. Refreshments mouth. Ruth and Jean Burgust continue the services here as suualat have returned from St. Augustine.Mr. .
Misses
Oyster were served to Mm cc. T.H. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Hawthorne \ Smith were guests ,of Mrs. Sam Gros- 10:30: a.m. on Sundays through' and Mrs. L. C. Hardie. who some selection, by
Hughes. Robert M. Boulware. Bar- and daughter Nancy and senbacher and Miss Anne Wagnerat Lent. have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. CASE-foremost mak-
A. Roth. Jerry Booth. William Rev. John of Orlando
ney 4rs. Mullineaux of Grande Junction the Choristers Night program Bagley Day Myron Pierce left Wednesday for
Notes J. Rogers Donald Gardner, Dex- Colo.. have arrived to visit Becomes Bride presented at Knowles Chapel In will take charge of the servicesIn Berlin. N. H. ers of fine cutlery for acentury.
ter Ward. relatives. Winter Park Wednesday. the place of Rev. Hastings who Miss Betty Seaver underwent an
Mrs. R. T. Caldwell with Miss will leave after today service to
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Masepohland Among Apopkans enjoying the operation at the Orange Memorial .
co-hostess entertained return North. After Lent, the Rev.
Elizabeth Booth u
The Other Partner1 son Jackie, have returned to In Germany Animated Magazine at Winter Hospital In Orlando. Tuesday. '
of the Kather- Langley of Kissimmee will be the
Back members Park last Sunday were Mrs. LeslieP. Mr. and Mrs. Reg'Saunders and
Again their home, in Lansing, HI, aftera
ine Booth Circle at the parson Waite, :Mrs. B. R.Toncray, Mrs. regular minister In charge. Handsome Block Sets. Individual -
visit with Mrs. Masepohl's [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] daughter Barbara left Thursday
The tall, thin, serious one age. Mrs. G. H. Guy gave the parents LEESBURG Staff Sgt. Mary J. E. Parrott, Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Mary Childers of this citv for Roanoke, Va. Steel Knives Slicers
Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Reitzon has announced the marriage of Boners Farces, Forks. Steels,
but she Elizabeth Booth A. O.
[name of Joy Hawley, devotional. Miss Ann Smith daughter of Mrs. LJ. Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.
Beverly Hughes and Miss
St. Clair Abrams Ave. her daughter Miss Myrtle Johnson Scissors Shears and their
has a smile on her face now because in charge of the program. Martin and their guests, Mr. and
was Maude Smith of became
she' glad not to be skid the hostesses Mrs. J. W. King,, and daughter Leesburg Mrs. J. G. Spencer and Mr. and to W. L. McCall Jr. The mar- Lillian Bilyeu arp in Daytona.Mr. famous Pocket Knives-each is
social period -
During a the bride of T/4 James S. New-
and Mrs. Ira Burtis haveas
Elizabeth accompanied by a riage was solemnized in Moultne a flawless beauty.
ding around in galoshes any served refreshments to ; Mrs. L. Barstow who were here I
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Pa
of West Milton at
nurse, arrived in Boston, where man Ga.. Feb. 15, with Dr. R. C. Gres- their house guests. Mr. and
longer, and also because of her Mmes. L. C. Cox G.' H. Guy. pm. Feb. 8, at the post chapel in !, for the weekend from Palatka.
many Lucky Finds in choice H. H. Duncan. J. Phillip Doss Elizabeth was taken by ambulanceto Bamberg Germany. Mrs. R. G. Pitman was host- ham officiating. Mrs. George Davis of Chicago. And we have the Knife;

merchandise up there in the Clarence C. Thulbery. Miss Fannie a hospital for an operation. J. They were entertained at a reception ess to her bridge club Monday at ,
Frozen North. Some of it already Robbins. Miss Nellie Charlton W. King is leaving to be with his at the Riverside Club fol- her Dream Lake home. Playingwere : : : r:; Racks too at

has arrived, includingsome Miss Elizabeth Booth. Mrs Hyers. wife and daughter. lowing the ceremony. Mrs. Tom Mahaffey Mrs. I
very special Italian decanters Mrs. J. W. Hunter, Mrs. V. Hammond Mrs. E. K. Cheshire has returned Sgt. Newman is a graduate of James Mahaffey. Mrs. Billie Mil- III1 II IIII $2.95 each.

of which there are no and the Rev. R- T. CaldweU. to White Springs after'visit- Leesburg High, and was employedby litzer. Mrs. Bud Robinson Mrs. Easter Is Coming

duplicates in America. The sort An interesting program will be ing her aprents Mr. and :Mrs. J. Florida Telephone Corp. until (SPECUs-About H table lamps.at

of breath.thing to make you catch your presented by the dramatic department W. Works. she enlisted in the WAC. She is II For Little Boys: All white suits, sizes 1-3; white gabardine marked celof.1 redactiWell w rtk

of the Woman's Club, Miss Pauline Cox and mother now with the signal section of the Airs. Hudson Eton suits sizes 2-4; white gabardine double

t when members and friends of the. Mrs. H. H. Cox. are visiting their U. S. Constabulary in Germany. breasted suits: short or long trousers, sizes 6-8.
For Duck Hunters Tavares Woman's Club assembleat brother and son Royall Cox and White Eton caps.
HonoredAt Home &
Wednesday at 3 family in Lakeland.Mrs. HobbyHouse
we have a pair of very fine, the club house Altar
framed duck studies in three pm. for a monthly meeting. :Mrs. .-J. W. Works is at the home Society For Little Girls: White and pastel dresses and pinafores

dimensions. Everyone reads Sterling Hunter of Leesburg will of her son. Wheeelr Works while Shower ready-made or custom-made; dress-up panties In

about this new form of art. conduct the devotional period. recuperating from inquries due Holds Meet rayon and batiste; dainty ruffled slips, lace

This Is an opportunity to find Miss Joan McClenithan. talented to a fall in her home. [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] I trimmed. .
'out what it looks like. Theseare 8th grade student of Leesburg. Mrs. Grace Easton has returned WINTER GARDEN-Mrs. J. E. trade .

good examples, and a won- will present ea reading and Miss after, visiting in Georgetown, S. At EustisSpecial Waters and Mrs. Q. P. Hudson mull '-. .i
derful, gift for the right man. Joyce Burrell young musician of C. and Savannah. Ga. were joint hostesses Friday at a The Judy Jim Shop fit

Frultland Park, will give several Herman Dykes Jr.. who has been ( to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] miscellaneous shower honoringMrs.
; Handkerchiefs selections. under treatments at the Waterman EUSTIS-The Altar Society of t
piano Corraine Waters Hudson a
382 TeL 2-1201 11 11I
I I N Orange Ave.
with Real Lace Election of officers for the new Memorial Hospital has returned St.Mary of the Lakes Church held recent bride. Guests were invitedto 1115 East Colonial
will take place at this time. home. their February meeting Thursdayin and :
year the home of Mrs. Waters, : : :
Some fascinating little handkerchiefs Mrs. L. C. Cox win be chairman of Recent visitors with Mr. anetMrs. the Parish House. Mrs. Thomas the bride received ma' useful I ,
with real lace whipped the hostesses for the afternoon. Frank Rissler were Mr. apd McCabe presided. Opening prayers T : '
; on the edges, which are cut in were given by the pastor, the Rev. pieces linen. 1-
Order Eastern Mrs. Len Sherrer of St. Peters-
Tavares Chapter Guests were Mme. Carrie Mae
wide scallops. Impossible to describe John F. McKeown.Mrs. .
Star will observe Friendship Night burg: Mrs. H. McGee and Mrs. F. the White, Lwila Harnage Purvis
,but there has been nothIng McCabe reported on
.: like them in America (to Tuesday at 8 pm. Officers from Smith of Syraucuse. N. Y. Mr. recent meeting of the Executive Waters. Russie Waters, J. E. Wa- I
say nothing of Orlando in five chapters of the district will fill and Mrs. Frank Miller and Mr. Board of the Orlando Deanery in ters. Roscoe Casteel. Q. P. Hudson.G. .

: years. Also a new shipment of the stations. and Mrs. Charles Brandt of Syra- the home of the president Mrs. R. Hudson Marvin McAdams, .
children's Inexpensive handkerchiefs Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Duncan cuse N.Y. I. W. A. Bishop of Conway. The Vivian McAdams Mildred Jerni-
and rarest of the entertained at dinner Thursday Mrs.Tommy Dunn of Charlotte. Deanery general meeting will be gan. Myrtle Casteel Palmer Morgan ,
rare, some boys' handkerchiefs Mrs. W. C. Lawson of Richmond. N. C, Is nursing her sister, Mrs. held the latter part of March Winner Bourland Miss Betty I 'NOCTURHE L 1 [ ".
:..not little baby boys-but' C. P. Wilson at the Waterman : "
Va.: Mrs. Glenn Shinn. Washing time to be announced later. Russ. Mrs. Patti Greene Miss Hilda I :' : IJ.,
twelve year old boys. They have I ton. D. C.: Mrs. L. K. Cannon. Memorial Hospital. The study hour was devoted to Davis. ;

noses too.Easter. Mr. and :Mrs. Milton Presleyof the special devotion. the Stationsof Mme. Evelyn Moore. Charles

Rome Ga.. visited Mr. and Mrs.J. the Cross. Father McKeown Davis. J. W. Smith. Ruth Riddles. :
Toy and Cards E. Smith. explained the origin of this par- '
Mae Walker A. J. Faulk, Bill Kin- o'dfvnJtP"
of which grew
ticular form prayer
You can take our word for it out of the practice of the faith- nard, Esther Simmons Christine
that these are excellent. May- Miss EfurdEntertains ful to follow Christ's path to death Clyatt Mary Powell Clemmie J
be we'll go into this further when they visited Jerusalem as Middaugh. Kathryn Quigley. Dor- i I
next week,if there are any left. pilgrims. The 14 stations repre- ene Hudson, J. F. Latne, Laura r1

sent the stops at which special Hudson, Marrell, Miss Aline Har- :4

.. We closed prayers were said. rell.Mme. .
are on Saturday
Afternoons Smart Clothesfor Next meeting will be held March Clarence Harrell, Susie
At Party 27. Hagan.. Fannie Hudson. Clara I

Sanders, Dorothy Sanders, Elaine "
Joy Hawley Helen Ryan [Special to The Sundew Sentinel-Star! ] I I Kilgore Clara Mae Roberts. Nell .

Tots and Teens WINTER GARDEN Miss Miss Terrell! Baker, Lorraine Dickerson. W. A.
Located on the patio reached Dorothy Efurd was hostess at a ,
Dickerson. Dorris Tisdale, Roy .
from 120 N. Orange and 19 W. Washington St. camp party Thursday honoringher JT'----
Miss Mildred Smith
35 W. Washington cousin. Miss Bobbie Ruth Honored Burgess.
fiamm. who is visiting her from Mme. Sam Hughes. Nell Hudson.
-- Louisville, Ala. Guests were invited Miss Margaret Smith, and Mrs. J. ,

Simpson Exclusive.I ...................'":....................................- to Roper's Camp on Lake At Bridge S. Kiiton. .
) Butler. J. R. Efurd chaperoned.
': Attending were M. J. Hamm. CLER.\fONT-Mrs. Oakley Sea- I

First for Spring Bobbie Ruth Hamm. Mr. and Mrs. ver and Mrs. Ben Forkner enter- MethodistsTo t

Hayward Greene. Bobbie Walker tained with a dessert bridge Tues- 'ir
,, Gene Spears. Lorna Johnston day In Mrs. Seaver's home honor- Observe
II Oneita Kuykendall. Curtis Pickens. Ing Miss Claire Terrell.Vhose en-
I Grace Thigpen. Wayne Simmons, gagement was recently announced.The .
Bernice Nettles. Ercel Edge, Lib
Sacrament
following guests were present
Kuykendall. Arnold Ayers. Jane
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: Mrs. LeRoy Caughell. Miss j
Fowler Ray Fleming Betty Irving Sentinel, Star] '
Helen Addison. Mmes. [Special to The Sunday -
Weaver. Andrew Fore, Jean Ty r
Morse. Myron Pierce, E. G. Cooley, WINTER GARDEN-The Sac-
son. Roger Wallace.
Virginia Kelly Miss Florence Pool rament of the Lord's Supper will J
Margie Weaver Jack Spears.
Mmes. George Nagel, Harold Tur- be administered at the First I e
Aileen Beck. Sonny Weaver, Barbara ?
R. Methodist Church at 11 ;.-: .
Jesse ville. Jimmy Hunt. R. Rogers am.
Miller Efurd
Betty Harley Beals Tim Kimball, Travis Music will be given by the choir, &URED
Edge. Betty Fore, Eva Mae
Johnson. and all Christians regardless of
Cork and Miss Agnes
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Stevenson. Carolyn Bailey Ann .
/ Miss Terrell was presented witha affiliation are invited.Representatives
Whltehurst. Dorothy Kannon Children's \
Mrs. Kelly won high prizeat from the -
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I / Dorothy Efurd. Buddy Mims. Millard gift.
of
Home will have charge
Powell. Kenneth Russ. Mr. J. bridge, Mrs. Rogers second
the Service tonight. Several of the
,, R. Efurd Mr. W. W. Simmons high. Mrs.Hunt floating prize and
children will be present and sing
,, and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Baker. Miss Johnson low prize. several numbers at the service. ., VOGUE'i

1 II The Rev. Harold Barnes superin-
., tendent, will speak.
Mrs. C. R. Hiatt publicity chair- G r
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Christian Service announces the
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1 JI / Circle] 3 with Mrs. C. L. Eby
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iI 1 u Gregory-Webb Circle in the social :' x.zlt .
/I hall of the church at 3 pm.
/ Wesleyan Service Guild in the
i / Florida Power Lounge at 3 p.m.
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I .1 At Base HereMiss 'ia&I& I I _' a. Kl ;

Helen Marie Schmid l -..''-

I r daughter of Joseph'A. Schmid of a y$.{.. ... I .'e'
Clementon. N. J.. became the #
#t Really Fine Gifts bride of'Dr. Harold Paul Coxson.son .
of Mrs. Emily Coxson of NEATASAPIN'Tlasticflex" ..
Stratford. N. Thursday at the 3 a Y.
Jensen Silver Marghab Linen Orlando Army Air Base Chapel Y. .
4 Spode Wedgwood Castleton with the Rev. William A. Mierop r
r. of Collingswood. N. J.. brother-in-
q Swedish Crystal Mark Cross law of the bridegroom officiating. ,, :;v;
Mary Chess etc. William H. Lord organist ren-
dered the program of nuptial music Handbags
The chapel was decorated #)
This Week's
Highlights with arrangements of Easter lilies
carnations and gladioli. in a back-
Silk Lingerie ground of palms and lighted tap-
: New Marghab Linen ers in candelabra.The Plastics preferred! Preferred because they're light, -
bride given in marriageby -=-- '\J'
i Baby Blankets her brother. Ott E. Schmid of y flexible, east to keep clean. and because
i Monogrammed Felt Bags Haddenfield. N. J, wore a blue x .3 1 1Gi
Easter Cards brocaded lame afternoon gown they're fashion-wise accents to spring and summer p
{ fashioned on princess lines. Her
Closed on Saturday accessories were white and she suits and dresses. Good pickings in ) R
Afternoon carried a small white Bible witha r
white orchid from which fell whites, colors, 2-tone and multicolor combinations: .-
satin streamers with bows of lilies GENE KRUPA, above, one of the world's greatest drum-
1 Tkt Whistling Oyster label
; adds distinction to year jitt. of the valley. mers, will bring his famous band to the Coliseum Friday,' t
i The matron of honor. Mrs. Te- 7 for public dance from 9 to 1
ford Raines of Gainesville worea March a p.m. a.m. Krupa, + r i
who with Benny Goodman and Tommy Dorsey helped to Top 2.98 plus tax Y
On patio reached from 120 N. dress of dusty rose beaded crepe 1
Orange and 35 W. Washington with white accessories and a corsage make swing music popular back in 1934, is today one of the'
of white gardenias. leading dance maestros of the Right 4.98 plus tax
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tt Orlando Beauty Young Landon Hendricks Knight ception. They were also compli- HANDBAGS STREET FLOOR ..
son of Mrs. James W. Knight of mented at a social gathering in
this city acted as ring bearer. Jacksonville, before going to Stafford -
Shop Ushers included John Green and N. J.. to make their home.
Paul Brady of Kirkwood. N. J. outtof-town guests for the wed '
'108 N. Orange Ave. Following the ceremony a recep- ding included Joseph A. Scnmid,
tion was held at the Officers' Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Gibbs and
0 0 0 n 0 0 0 Club where profusion of white Dr. and Mrs. Edward Gibbs of I
flowers palms and greenery were Clementon: ,Ott E. Schmid of
Marion Denton formerly of used in the decorations. The Haddenfield: Mrs. Emily Coxson. / ">:
i the LaFrance Beauty Shop has bnde's table was centered with a Mr. and Mrs. Abner Coxson of
purchased the Orlando Beauty four-tiered wedding cake and Stratford; Miss Elizabeth Gill, Dr.
coffee and refreshments were t I and Mrs Nathan Thome of
I Shop-108 N. Orange. served the guests from another Morsetown N. J., Paul and Merrill -
table*by :Mrs. James H. Fassett. Brady Miss Margaret Brady
i Mrs. Denton wishes to invite her old friends Others assisting included the and Mrs; M. B. Richmond of

: and customers to visit her at her new location Mmes. Edwin House. Samuel Wil- Kirkwood N. J.; the Rev. and .Y,.
William Earl Mrs. William A. of Col
liams. Moore. S. I Mierop
and solicits the patronage of all who want fine Shriver and Louise Green. Mrs., lingswood. N. J.; Miss Etta King- V tl .. wa
James W. Knight was in chargeof ett of Laurel Springs, N. J.; Mr.
work done in pleasant surroundings. the bride's book. and Mrs. Teford Raines of Gaines- -
+ Dr. Coxson. who was stationedat ville; Mrs. Louise Green of De- .
For '2-3822 the Orlando Army Air Base for I lanco. N. J.; and Mrs. Nathan Be- '
Appointment-Phone three years during the war and dell Albert R. Buchner and Miss
his bride left for Gainesville Alma Mortenson of Jacksonville.

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Lecture ScriesDr. the John Martin series of lectures Fifth Lecture education. program for 1946-47,
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Jamea Fleming Hosic. for- In International relations AAUW PlansLuncheon j, Dr. Edwin Minis visiting professor ,I
merly director of extension work Tea Table of English at Rollins College I' Birth Announcement'

; at Columbia University and now Birth Announcement I will give the fifth lecture in the 1 I I Ens. and Mrs. 'William 0'l n.

t, .president of the Florida Voters Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Wright of series "American Culture and Civilization nell are announcing the birth of a
son. William OTJonnell Jr. '
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League, win speak on "The United Orlo Vista are the parents of a ." at the 'Winter ParkWoman.s Feb. 21 at Florida Sanitarium.
(: States as a World Power" at 4pjn. baby girl Ruth Helen born Feb. Chatter On Saturday Club on Monday. March Mrs. OTXmnell Is the former
Thursday at the Winter Pars 25 at the Florida Sanitarium. 3, at 4 p.m. i Elaine Prather. daughter of ,Mr.

'e ; ly CYNTHIAIt k The Literature Group of the The lecture will be on the sub- and Mrs. C. N. Prather. of this
Young TURKEYS Tender shouldn't happen to ANY- : American Association of University ; ject "Sectionalism. Regionalism city.

t t. IT PmiBd BODY The other night IDA Women will meet Jointly with'i --
e -A TEAR ROUND TREAT" (MRS. JACK) OWSLZY steppedout the general association on Satur-
; There if no reason why the Turker should be used onlY tor occasion this of the back door of their homeIn day instead of the regular meeting Complete line of '
deL aolts bird i* avaUabta for your year round eating ple..ure. Waterwitch. missed her foot- time on Wednesday.This lies '
:,. C. D. Wilder, Jr. Tub; Farm Ing and fell breaking her ankle in meeting will be the annual Hospital
UterUkca Bead yka. m) three places She was taken to luncheon and will be held at after- Trusses Supports Crutches ; ; I
noon at the Orange Court Hotel. 0
the Orange Memorial for treat-
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-- wives AND MOTMIU Of OUNKlMa MDtALCOHOLISltl j! ankle put In a cast and she is returning Park will review "The Ancient I
Sales and Rentals
home this weekend. Maya" by Sylvanus O. Morley. :
1 000 Dean and Mrs. Edmonds have r 1'kom & Cant
'rto" 01\ an :4
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FktteaM., ,....... ..... 0WeeIr .. o.-4.wr.tw CAPT E. A. TEDDY WOOD. recently returned from a trip to I
WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL U. S. Army Air Corps lands in E Yucatan where they met :Mr. .os+ MTOCUMS afro
Write t.. ........... San Francisco March 4. after being Morley the author.,He is dean of tAIO.ATOkr.i//Ut.AIM fQUirMtNT
'2SO Cirtnl: A,.... St. N........ .... stationed in Okinawa . Maya Archaeology and had distilled J--ll. .4.m Or'-*
After Joining' his wife and baby the essence of a life time !
329 N o. uranre lrundo'hone 7253 Z-4iS0
-- --- girl, who have been in Windber of research Into a single accountof
Pa. the whole family will make our knowledge and conjecture'
their home here. 11a couple of to date concerning this ancient
..L ... weeks. Capt. Wood Is the son of aI people and their civilization.Mrs. .
MR. and MRS. E. A. WOOD of ar, kk{ >0 x Corrine Robinson of Terra }

: 435 E. Miller Ave. Ceia. Fla. will review "Balzac" by
;, f y r> r> r> )9 Stefan Zweig. The author has

.q: Oh. the weather outside was made a life study of Balzac and

M. .. aJ'- ." w frightful Just the way the song the book includes a chronologicalsurvey
of his works. Mrs. Robinsonwas
tells it. and though there was reportedly -
, Toys and Games for All Ages snow in .Tallahassee. Or- one of the early presidents of
lando merely shivered from the AAUW, formerly making her home
Bicycle: Tricycle Wagons
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Amherst
Archery Dart Badminton S.ts cold and Thursday afternoon The program has.been Apts.arrangedby '
Rosalind Club members dodgedthe .
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: Parriott. chairman.
rain drops but found indoorsa
: cheerful fire burning in the sun- ::; .y'::1w' assisted by Miss Clara Wendel.
l'ale If'S CLOSED room fire place and the whole :t\1i. ,: .'W Mrs. G. Max Scott and Mrs. A. D. 4T' OWNL
ALL DAYWEDNESDAY lies are in charge of the decora-
214 N. Orange place &picture of Spring with pink I LILLIAN VIRGINIA WALSH tions.
and rose camellias and boughs of
Ttl. 666S becomes brideelect.t
I azaleas everywhereMRS.. Miss Lulu Van Fleet will be at
\ "r/al/tme S tore the Chamber
i GRATTON HAMMOND won high & of Commerce Bldg.
score MRS. O. P. MABEE. low Wednesday from 10 am.to 12 pm.
Miss Walsh's for Literature
score and MARY HELEN Engagement Group members to 1
JACOBS cut the tea guest prize. t,I secure their tickets. 1i

p HELEN CARROLL 000 and her mother To H. J. Mclnvale Jr. Told Fight Rheumatic i

MRS. F. W. HOLBROOK of
Indian River City, returned last I. Announcement Is being made J. Mclnvale Jr., son of Mr. and

frs oL OUIA week from Montgomery. Ala. .day Lillian of Virginia the engagement Walsh; daughterof of to-I Mrs. H. J. Mclnvale of Dr. Phillips Pains Easy Way

where they were caned by the illness W. F. Walsh and the late Mrs. Fla. Plans for the weddingwill t
of Mrs. Holbrook's brother, J. be announced later. Thousand. of cufferrra from nmrnUr From our exclusive) ,
Gladys V. Walsh of Sanford to H. pains and ch.. du. to Rheumatism Nraralf -
C. LETCHER. who underwent surgery. -; The bride-elect graduated from 1m, Lumbago.ciatka and Nrarltl* tar. f t
t Ed Gcrrick collect
been deUchtcd t* dlacorer that the Doctors *,
r Sanford High School and attended formula called R.miad starts circulating V
000 Pan Hellenic Orlando Junior College. She is through th. blood almost Immediately after 1u designed; fort the more J
the fret dot,usual)
'helping ester.remo.apotsonong.uta
The CarroUSyoung daughter. now employed. as assistant to Dr. and cxceu acid that often t
MARY JO. celebrated her fourth H. V. Lundberg of this city. cauM pains and soreness, and at tba cam f t mature figure w. f
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; r3i Mr. Mclnvale graduated from time promptly combating the gala and 1 V. .
birthday Friday by going to the Meeting Set *Ucomlort.D { i
fair and her equally young guest Ocoee High School and Middle &7 Trial Offer To pro what lml,..d -"S I :; .. present pure silk i
Georgia College. During the war can do to h.Ij> yon feel improved and bow
was RAY ELLERS JR. who lives i 1 ..
tJ. fart it work. tet Rommd from your druggist I splashed with
brilliant
he served for three as a pilot 1
across the lake. ; SaturdayThe years and\alt.exactly a*directed fee*the r r A
000 with the Army Air Forces. He (snow suits for yourwlf Tea bo the Judge. DnlenurprlMd
i affiliated with the Florida and delighted' unply return tno M. color plus wool J[:
March meeting of the Cen- empty package and back
JACK and.OUIDA HEIST hada your money
!' I > tral Florida Pan Hellenic Assn.will State Inspection Service and is guaranteed. Don't auto another user Etheel : .
delightful Saturday night party Remind.C jacket.sue 40.
trying
stationed in Winter Garden. t u 't
/ be held Saturday at the Officers I .
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... last night inviting the E. M.
Club with members of the AlphaXI
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MELROSE,and HOWARD PHIL-
i:' .rfy esses. I IaAVJ ;
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[ over ,There will be no council meet- ,
the ARMER JOHNSONS the ing. Luncheon will be served at 1 *
VERNON CONNORS and CARL pjn. followed by a short business ARTEl $ .
.tt- GRAVES of Mt. Dora for. cocktails meeting. *'
t! RtJ at. 7 o'clock The crowd Guest speaker for the affair will
i went over to the Mt. Dora Yacht be Mrs. Robert F. Mikell of Miami f
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'I.- Club for dinner The affair Beach province president of Alpha .
in honor of the Heists' house XI Delta fraternity. Her topic "t
was I.
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guests. MR. and MRS. WILL will."be "The Future of Fraternities. '-
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BLACK of Chicago.
000 The executive board will entertain l.
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During their week's stay In Or- reception In the lounge following r SG lziIiP. Ju
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H. R. CLOUDS. MR. and MRS. Reservations for the meeting
f: THOMAS O'CONNOR have had a must be made with Miss Jean
Our NewestMONOGRAM regular whirl of. Informal social I Yothers not later than Wednesday.
festivity They are from Mil- I Alpha XI Delta members who ":M*4 .:kz
ton. Mass. and Mr. O'Connor was II are in charge of arrangements Include t..o-;..
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the contractor for the Vacuum the Mines. J. W. Fly. Jack 4$} ?;
( BLOUSE Foods plant at Plymouth of which Lyle. 1;.. F. Kier and Wayne

Mr. Cloud is general manager Harper.
Of fine white complete with The visitors were hosts at a dinner I' '4
; rayon crepe, a'b *
'. party (mostly business associates) and entertained jointly with a tl .,
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three letter cutout embroidered
monogram Thursday night at the Flamingo luncheon for Mrs. O'Connor. 1}

in assorted colors. A wonderful soap and and they leave this weekend to go 000

water fabric. Sizes 32 to 38. on to New Orleans On Tues- MRS. ELIZABETH THORPE Is a .
; day Mabel Cloud and her houseguest having a regular house party of
On mail order phase indicate desired and MRS. HAROLD AM- guests this weekend and Joiningthe :k 9"wt
initials and allow two weeks for mono- $15 MERMAN were luncheon guestsOf visitors here Friday was her
framming. Sorry no C. O. D.'. Mrs. A. H. BRUNING. at the daughter BETT"' THORPE who is

131 North Orange Angebilt MRS. CHARLES with National Airlines in Miami.
POTTER" entertained the same Betty is Just here for the' week- 4 SM5v
three-some for luncheon the next end and the rest of the guests will #
day at the Fashion Show luncheonat spend some time In Orlando. They
the Orange Court. We hear include Mrs. Thorpe's brother and
incidentally, that Mrs. Potter's sister-in-law. MR. and MRS. H.
lovely young daughter-in-law. I A. PIERCE of Kalamazoo.. Mich.
MRS. CHARLES POTTER the who are en route home after a
'. former BEVERLY YOUNG made two-months vacation in California -

:. ::: a smartly beautiful model for the And Mrs. Thorpe's cousin 5e/
", Dickson-Ives clothes she wore In DR. C. E. LONG, and Mrs. Long
Tr the show On Friday CAROL of Grand Haven Mich. .The latter 4
BURCHAM and FAUSTEIXE have been vacationing down on f 4 ;t'W"t
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Louis is of matron, who is entertaining. informake a hit on Golf Course or Beach andmally..beautiful
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F FKx Fs 0 0 .. .. iL. v Cofrle-Lamb f F. W. Sleight Speaks LemonJuiceRecipe

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: Thursday at Checks Rheumatic

Frederick. Sleight consultantin

.. EngagementAnnounced? : archaeology to Rollins College Pain Quickly
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will give the fifth of the lectures
in the series "A Survey of Primitive rf y.e. ewer .--Ik.. .riM4fa -
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WITH "
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Mr. and Mrs P.L. Coble are announcing CIf E..Ea tmee e d aMday. ,- eaeei.
[Club Editor) .. .. the engagement and approaching Iberia Thursday at 8:15 pm. ua Mia n a'na a .un 01 --_. sad. .he
Orlando Woman Alliance of marriage of their These lectures are given under the asasad,.INaII4.4 tenon*Yew. IU aril wnr eIIIy. Ne a ......!.lie......a.*-
the Unitarian Church will have a to the InterAmericanCentre Otter waala 48 aoite
daughter. Betty Jean Reginald : auspices of Isle two tletle a 47.
luncheon tomorrow at 1 PJH. in Lamb son of Mr. and Mrs. J. at Rollins College as a -.wemr.. If tile eveenet.......-do QIIPtIdIdw ant Qalttly leasegad an.btaIsed
1 the Parish House at 2:15 pjn. Lamb. also of this city. phase of the 1946-47 Adult Educa- II -7.e ... not fcrt 1>fttft. tea tile
G. C. Finfrock. program Y ,bP .ad R -E> WIlt net pee rote.I. -
Mrs. 0'1 m ply
$ The wedding date has been tion Program.The .-
; fiQ4 wy.r .. yiuTlt to roar drwrttW
New Styles chairman will present the speaker. tatively set for June. lecture win be entitled v. Sbby a e t t R.b
Mrs. S. A. Weissenberger of J The bride-elect graduated "Middle America: Land of the Geeoeeaad to for sale u4 grv "' "ed bya.eera

Winter Park. :: ...., Orlando Senior High School in Maya_ Toltec and Aztec Cultures." ....... p-.y .d all lase -
000Antiquarian
Qt Arriving Often Society of Orlando : the Class of '46 She and her par- .
ents have made their home in
will ,meet Wednesday at 3 pjn.
Now: with Mrs. Leland Daniel. Mrs. Orlando since 1945 coming here SHOWFAIR
McCullough: Maguire will give a .x. connected from Greensboro.with the N. C.SentinelStarin She is now ANTIQUE
Old English Silver.
program on the advertising department.
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Members of Phi Beta Phi Alum- a After receiving his discharge: GROUNDS EXPOSITION BUILDING w, IJVC.CSTOV
from the U. S. Navy. Mr. Lamb
nae Club will meet with Mrs. Wil-
liam N. Ellis. 3333 Lakeshore Dr.. / : returned here last June and is at MARCH llth Thru 15th
Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. This will present connected with the Atlantic Open Tuesday 10 A.M.-Dally 10 AJNL to 10 P.M.
Coast Line Railway in San-
not be a supper meeting. Closing Friday P.3L
000 ford. I sponsored By All Articles MaUled By
Tuesday evening the executive Antigaariaa society Miss Lila Wright
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board of Orlando GrandmothersClub 4+ Railway expansion in the United of Orlando FOR SALE Orlando, Fla.
is entertaining with a coffeeat States reached its peak in the :
the home of Mrs. E. P. Lavin. 1880's; 74,720 miles of railway ,
J ''a 613 E. Pine St., for all club mem- line being laid in that decade.
\ PLATO PUMP bers and to honor the national
a president. Mrs. Bea Good of Medina -
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Tan polished calf N. Y. .' The club annual MATTRESSCOLiving
,\ walking heel widths banquet will be held Wednesdayat .
; 4A to B. 5Vi to 10. 6:30: p.m.000 at Angebilt HoteL .'l
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Regular meeting of Hadassah MISS BETTY JEAN COBLE :\ .t 4 ,

:I $12.95 the Woman's Zionist Organization plans June nuptials.
will be held Tuesday at the synagogue -
It Church and Eola Sts., at 2 i .
'j > p.m. .Delegates to the State chapter Caruthers 934 S. Delaney St.. at
t ; ,: o o o I convention will be elected at this 3 pm. Mrs. C. H. Coats will be
. '' Anna Curtis Progressive Sunday time. co-hostess.
. '' School Class of First Mtheodist 000 000
BAMBI TIE -=*!I' Church will have a luncheon in Junior League of Orlando will Ladies Auxiliary of the Patri- Room Special!
Wesley Hall of the church at 12 meet at 7.30 p.m. Wednesday at arch Militant will have a covered
Blue leather closed pjn Tuesday The luncheonwill Sorosis. dish supper Wednesday at 6:30pjn :#
" t : ,)be preceded by a board meet- v 000 at the Fraternal Bldg. followed /
toe. Widths 3A to B. ing. Women's Society of Christian by a regular meeting at 8 Overstuffed Sofa and Chair
BK to 9'2. o r> o Service of the Goss Memorial p.m.
r, Orlando Art Assn. will have as Methodist Church will hold its o o r> a aDy? H Original Price $350.
$12.95 its guest speaker Saturday Hugh general meeting tomorrow at 7:30pjn. Colonlaltown Oman's Club will $275
'
,, McKean of Winter Park well in the Sunday School room. I meet tomorrow at 2:30 pm. in the 1 Special this Week
known artist who will !speak on 000 clubhouse for an educational pro- mother's Friend massaging -
"Art 'Is Not What You Think It Nokomis Council No. %3. Degree gram on the Naval Reserve ration helps bring ease tad comfortto .1,':.'
Is" Mrs. Francois Calvet 13 of Pocahontas, will meet Tuesday Lt.-Comdr. William B. Whittaker expectant mothers.TirOTHEB'S .
program chairman The meetingis at 8 pjn. in the Fraternal Bldg. USNR. will present a speaker who FRIEND an exqtllsltelr Beautifully upholstered In rose damask-
w. scheduled for 3 pm. at the 000 will discuss the Naval Reserve and
.VI prepared emollient. Is useful In all + construction.
walnut feet superior
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Chamber of Commerce Bldg. Grand Avenue Woman's Club also show films on national defense conditions where a bland mild anodynemassage
000 Needlework Guild Sewing Group Hostesses will include: nu1fto akin lubrication la
Orlando Assembly Order of the desired One In which women Ask us about our factory-to-yOu: prices.
will meet at the clubhouse Thursday the Mmes. J. H. Gest. Gertrude loe more than 70 years bare used It Isan V
Rainbow for Girls, will meet for at 10:30 Mrs. A. C. the body and re-upholster living
: am. Giras. Ben Copek and Helen Hoo- application for massaging We re-build, re-style
t practice today at 4 pjn. at the Shiver. chairman announces that; Members of the nominat- during pregnancy..It helps keep the
ver
; .. room furniture from the frame up.
Masonic Temple The regular skin soft and pliable. thus avoiding
luncheon will be served at a nom- ing committee include: the Mmes.E. unnecessary discomfort due to dryness
meeting will be held on Thursdayat inal charge by Mrs. Ed Flick Mrs. G. McMannis, E. M. Ivey and and tightness.It refreshes and tones the All types of mattresses and box springs re-
7.30 p.m. at the temple. J. H. Haley and Mrs C.T. Walker.Twentieth I Miss Charlotte Schwartz. tin.An Ideal massage application forth made.
o r> o numb,tingling or burning sensations of C'-
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Orlando Branch of the Associa- I the skin..for the tired back muscles
TERRACE PUMP tion of Childhood Education will Century Club will I Lucerne Rcbekah Lodge No. 36 or cramp-like pains In the legs. Quickly
-! meet Tuesday at 3:15 at meet with Mrs. J. H. Chiles 20 N. will hold a short meeting Thurs- absorbed. Delightful to use. Highly i
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pjn by users many doctors t s
Delaney School A demonstration Shine St.Annie I day at 8:15 pm. at the Fraternal: nurses Millions of bottles sold.Just ask;
ft An outstanding: closed toe Spectator Beige Linen with in "Remedial Reading" will 000 I Bldg. At 8:15: pjn, the FLT any. druggist for Mothers Friend-the 112 2 WeST CHURCH
t Tan Calf Trim. Widths 4A to C, 6 to 9. be lead by Miss Irene Russell Coleman Chapter UnitedDau&hters I Club is sponsoring a game party skin emollient and lubricant. Do try It.Mother's .

County schools are Invited to send of the Confederacy, will including bridge. 500 pinochle CALL Slumber number z-22i3 .
$10.95i representatives to this meeting. meet Wednesday with Mrs. J. M. I and other games Friend ,
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.;. 1 .tor* Sours 1:31 A.M. to S:M P M. Daily and Saturday Dr. Dame will speak on "Pub

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f' Page 22 IJIrt alma ttitfatH-&tar Orlando, Florida, March 2, 1947 Berst. chairman with Mrs. 8. E.I pm.; No. 18-Mrs. Jack MacDow-f
Ives. 813 Delaney; Park Dr. 3 pm.; Jell, chairman with Mrs. F.
No. 7-Mrs. M. J. Moss chairman, Godfrey Jr., We E. Gore E'I
with Mrs. Moss 955 Lancaster Dr. 10:30: ajn.Col. .
; Mrs. Hal Davis Gives Party Prof. QuizAppearing PresbyterianCircle 10:30: am. Restaurant EquipmentFOR
No. 8-Mrs. R. H. Carr. chairman -
,in the Yowell Young Presby- Scott &
? Honoring Mrs. Tom Kirkland NoticesThe ters Room. 3 pm.: No. 9-Mrs. H. BOTTLED OR CITY GAS-
E. Stradley. chairman. with Mrs.S. .
One of the most attractive Mrs. Edmund H. Allen on Lake circle meetings of the Wom- M. Heasley 1638 Delaney St., P-TA Speaker Combination Griddle Hot Plat. 57(.SO
events of the weekend was the Adair Blvd.. and was assisted by At Sbrosis an's Auxiliary of the First Presby- 3 pjn. No. 10-Mrs.H.L. Consult
-coca-cola: party Saturday afternoon Mrs. Frank S. Murphy and Mrs.E. .I terian Church will be held on chairman with Mrs. R. C. Steck. Col. Robert L. Scott Jr.. noted I Ranges $192. with double OTTO $434.50
at which Mrs. Hal O. Davis H. Allen Jr. The man who made the word Monday as follows: 610 Dartmouth Ave. 10:30: am.: author and flier will speak at the I *45 Gal. Gas Water Heaters $14540
was hostess honoring Mra.Thomas With the honoree were the "quiz" a national byword. Professor No. 1-Mrs. T. R. Cain Jr.. No. 11-Mrs. M. 8. Vergowe.
Kirkland. Mr. and.Mrs. Kirk- Mmes. W. R. Hills Jr. Cortlandt I Quiz brings his battle of wits chairman with Mrs.Thomas Duncan chairman covered dish luncheonIn Kaley School Parent-Teachers Deep Fat Fryers
land are moving to Orlando from Berry. Fred Cumbie. Champ Wil- I 366 N. Orange Ave.. 10:30 church dining room. 12 noon. Assn. meeting Thursday at 8 pm.
Sanford. She is the former Elizabeth liams. Thomas Butt. Charles here this week appearing at So- am.: No. 2-Mrs. J. T. Branhamand Miss Carolyn Mack and Mrs. Ken- in the school auditoriivn. 20 and 30 Cu. Ft. 20 and 30 Case
Mitchell of Sanford.one-time Sharp. Nelson C. Huber Jr.. Rob- rosis Tuesday on the regular Liter- Miss Mary Branham. chairmen neth Green. hostesses: No. 12- CoL Scott, author of "God Is GET OUR
president of the Florida Beta ert Neel. H. J. Raehn. Charles ature Day program. with Mrs. Chester Fosgate. Mrs. M. S. Smith chairman with REACH-IN BEVERAGERefrigerators
Chapter of Pi Beta Phi at Talla- Carroll. Sol Groover. Joseph Rut- Mrs. Charles Goodman lItera- 147 Virginia Dr.. Winter Park. 3 Mrs.J.M.Lontz 1244 Spring Lake My CoPilotDamned to"Glory, PRICES COOLERS
''hassee. land. John Florence. William M. pm.; No. 3-Mrs. E. P. Lavin. Dr. 3 pm.: No. 13-Mrs. T. W. and "Runway to the Sun. served
: Mrs.: Davis entertained at the Siemens. Eldon Wiggins. Sidney ture chairman, will present the chairman with Mrs. O. L. Hagar Matthews, chairman. with Mrs. with the 14th Air Force and the
,home of her parents. Mr. and Smith J. D. Letton. Simpson Pen- professor.Mrs. 2400 Camden Rd.. 10:30 am.; No. Agnes W. Kinney 625 Rugby Ave.. Flying Tigers in China where he 1 "
ney. Wilson Greene. Rexford L. C. Nicholson and the 4-Mrs. R. M. Brice. chairman 3 pjn. Miss Jane B. Wilson assistant commanded the 23rd Fighter MODERN APPLIANCES INC.
Young D. D. Riddle Jr, Douglas Senior High Garden Club members with Mrs. Marshall Boor. 1718 hostess: No. 14-Mrs. J. Group. He later commanded all ,
Orlando Self-Semct Laundry CrolL James HiegeU A. W. Cow- are in charge of decorations. Lakeside Dr.. 3 pjn.; No. 5-Mrs. Gordon Hart chairman with Mrs, fighter planes in China. 428-430 N. Orange Ave. 1
924 N. MiDt TeL 2-4477 gill Tolar Bryan L. B. McLeod These members include Katherine William Emrich. chairman. with M. H. McNutt. Woodsmere. 10 There will be a short business We Deliver Phone 2-2514
Jr. and Robert Michaels and the Wilder Mary Virginia Wolfe. and Mrs: C. A. Boyer. 525 E. Central ajn.: No. 15-Mrs. M. Q. Pierson. meeting and a social hour in the
your Wash Day will be a pleas- Misses Martha Adams. Jean Yoth Betty Meyer. Ave. 3 pm.; No. -Mrs. W. L. chairman in the church parlor 3,lunchroom. '
ant day when it's done the era Jane Dorman. Stacey Baldwin Guest tickets will be in chargeof -- --- -
G. E. Way!" Frances Daniel. Jean Guern Mrs. Henry Armstrong and Mrs.
Use Our Automatic Dryer sey. Pauline Harrell and Sara Walter Martin. Mrs. Linton Allen
Layton. and Mrs. Raymond A. Reynoldswill I I24Ho
be door hostesses.
Luncheon will be served to the
I Colorful Exotic; advisory council at 12:30: pm.pre-
ceding the meeting.. The Mmes. EVERY TOWN IN I FLORIDA I
SHELL JEWELRYExquisite W. L. Sharkey Tyn Cobb Jr. Service Installed
Francis Igou. K. K. Waering.Barry Systems
Examples of the Ward Jr, and Harold Krebbs
d Shelleraften Art win be hostesses for the luncheon. Since 1932'
r And Four Other States Anywhere

From $1.00 UpA Schedule Given

Complet.Assortment Shells and Suppliesfor

.. the Shellcraiter. At St. Luke's

DON DfE SNELLCRAFT INDUSTRIES
The schedule this week at the
120 N. Orange Ave. ORLANDO In The Arcade Episcopal Church of St. Luke is as
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follows: i
Dally-7:10: ajn. the Holy Com-
munion (except Thursdays at 10 Q .+ r
am.]: 12:05 noon intercession} r. s4.rg. Y $I I0A51. ,
and Litany; 5 pjn.evening prayer.
wk ;LFS E Co. .
Monday-3 pjn. Woman's Aux- rn: ,,
iliary regular monthly business
meeting: 7 pjn. St. Vincent's Gl jMteii. JL *
INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT YOUR WATCH Guild of Acolytes: 7 pjn. Choir -
Boys rehearsal: 7:30 pjn. Boy
The balance wheel of your watch "TICKS" [oscillates] 5 times Scouts. Troop 33.
a second.300 times a minute. 18,000 times an.hour 432,000 timesa Tuesday-3 pjn. Junior Choir
day. and 157 million 680 thousand times a year. If this wheel rehearsal and 3:30: pjn.Children's aa>ax'.G R b ?a '
It
were really rolling in one direction it would travel nearly 4,000 Confirmation class at Cathedral qty i+tQg"a'v0.+i ;. t 9a
miles In one year. Can you name any other piece of machinerythat School. i S s r ..._
will perform day and night with such constant activity on Wednesday-7:30: pjn, fun Ca- ..
Just one lubrication? You change the oil In your automobile thedral Choir rehearsal: 8 pjn..
every IOOOmiles. Why not have your watch cleaned and oiled Cathedral Chapter Vestry regu-
every 4,000 miles? lar monthly business meeting.
_ If your watch runs as close as one half a minute a week.each"TICK" Thursday-9:40: am. Interces-
? of the balance is made with a constant accuracy of sions: 10 ajn. the Holy Com- t J
munion 8 Lenten evening
1/108 thousandth part of a second. Precision such as this is : p m
service with Bishop Louttit
obtained only from fine watches in fine mechanical order.If .
preaching on"The Holy Spirit and
your watch isn't running as it should bring it to us for a free the Church." L-: -ii
e check-up. If it needs any work, we are prepared to give it Friday-3:30: pjn. Cub Scouts: :
f prompt attention. We do only first class work, which wethoroughly 4 pm" children's special Lenten
guarantee. service in the Cathedral for all
children followed by instructionand
r CARTER'S: illustrated slides on "LIfe of
the Lord Jesus" in the Parish
OPPOSITE BEACHAM THEATRE-ORLANDO House: 7:30: pjn, full Cathedral \
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,Park Forum ProgramFor I Dr. D. XL Burtner. "What is Salva: :'<::f- f.t.,...<.,:tf" -.. : .
tion? : Wednesday. George V. ; ; '>.:':': : "
Week Announced Miller. "Crises in America Demo- t "" ," ,;:;;
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broadcast a regular Sunday
morning -
cracy;" Thursday. J. C. Bone. '- : Famous Negro ChoirTo
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Program for the Eola Park i "Why Be a Pessimist; Friday. '" "," .. .- Give HereThe program over the Columbia
.Forum for the week beginning tomorrow : J. B. Knight. "Comparative Religion .', .. Program Broadcasting System. It Is under
at 2:30 pjn. daily follows ." and Saturday open dis- : '5'tf: '40' Greek world famous Negro choir. the direction of the Rev. Glynn
: cussion. \ "Wings' Over Jordan." will pre- 'T. Settle of Cleveland Ohio.

Monday.; The Rev. Henry W. t' I ToldPres. sent a program In Orlando on The chorus is famous for its
Monger. Prisoner of the Japanese "Taxicab" Is an abbreviation of College
Sunday. March 23. under the presentation of Negro spiritualsand
in the Philippines; Tuesday. taximeter [tax meter] cab.
,.:A and Mrs. Ernest W. Riggsof sponsorship of the Negro Cham- other old songs of slavery
.1 ) Anatolia COllege Salonica. ber of Commerce it was an- days such as those crooned by:
nounced yesterday.The Negro mothers to their children
Greece described how the college I
chorus was organized in and the children of plantation
I FLORIDA Be Sure to Visit survived the war years at a meet-
In
IWItzIe You Are 1937 and since that time has owners.
ing with Orlando's Greeks at the
Southland Restaurant Wednesday
night. John Camichos. owner of
: l : i JtINE 'STUD5 the Southland and Mrs. John HAVANA TOURS-
Bravos. a former graduate of the
1A NY college, were hosts for the eve- All Expense From Miami

"' t Y.d aw..d t es1dM4.t w Rt..eao4 ning.In its early beginnings, the college Lanier Travel Service

arse revs t.te.1 tw offered refuge to Greeks who
,... era 3 .tcltss ..derwMaep.rlhda fled from Turkey in 1922 through ORMOND A. McABEE MGR.
q..n.d f.. sass, 1924 Dr. Riggs said. In 1940. it ,
.a catwr tta..t.opt..r.rr was closed by the war and becamea "Your /
dq. OV.alpbt sees sdatl. s.ti..r..c ..- '. ,.'. ',', Greek Military Hospital. offerIng TroveAgent"
,.t..tlta rtadatl... aid to Greek soldiers woundedin AIR, BUS AND STEAMSHIP TICKETS, TOURS AND CRUISES

> ; -.'; 'N t;. N')' the Albanian campaign.
1 1 1 Darin this period. Dr. RUrs. 30 E. Pine Phone 5301

with many .f the alumni of
the college distributed Greek
x. ...;"' 1_:} f I.....14A:, ;; i L> -._, .. ....,_........ ....J& ::.' ,.:.v.v.....;"'."." .. ..<,<<= ::dJt War Relief to people bombedout
of their home
IRS. HOWARD L. KLINE chairman of the Mer- bers of the Merritt Park committee are Mmes. W.
NEWYQRKM ritt Park Circle garden group which won first prizeat When the college was taken
t W Baker Harry P. Leu, John F. Mooney ClaudeJ.
the Central Florida Exposition among the nine over as a German headquarters.
entries of the Orlando Garden Club. Other memr Nelson Leland Owens and Agnes Work Dr. and Mrs. Riggs came to America -
wheer they described to -
-' audiences
ALISBURYx I I all over the country the
x I( AVOIDS strategic services of the Greeksin
car$ cNaat.p Be there by AIR! Dr. Callahan "turning the tide of the battle
oii rlcw urns BIG-CITY TRAFFIC for the Allies Just at the time
NQRF. IK., \caccsnstNla I when their cause seemed most

:IUZABETNJ .e p from: hopeless." CUAIYUW Outside Vtnitlan Blinds
SOT fiat on the on pored Ocean xlway.jkM1 .
"sVVyiwwTO* Rites With the end of the Dr.
Tuesday war PIOTICTION
ZSAi Avoid delay and danger .f bl.-city' tW Riggs returned to find the college
f
.. i HEW BUM tndftc.e.tSo&. This teat (fellow the 1 j '! *HW$ t nearly intact although very overcro"'ded. every hour of everyday!

-' ? : coast tJuou.,1a o.o ol fee Host pichifqu :[:.-...] ORLAN DO f',T: ::... ......... J Funerar services for Dr. J. B. He is at present touring PROTECTIONagainst
I and htoteric MdSeu ol the United State Callahan. outstanding Orlando this country in an effort to raise
jLMINGTONYRTLI who died at his $1 million for the to "re- .
Negro physician college
2
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r KM tpocial teatar* -<< terry trip across Flights daily
BEACHCHARLESTON If- home Friday, will be held Tuesday pair the losses of the war and pre- DRAFTS .
?it Ckapak Bay- lax aM penD1ta
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: you
tic# ? 'x'rrifwpvry :avn v tifSS !ntYAM:3XaFrgC.nv: morning at Mt. Zion Baptist pare for the opportunities of the STORMS
am mfeyabl meal on the banfiiul boat. Church. W. Washington and present/* HEAT
SUMMER
Attractive.. loo. or* the xceUent hotel >N .. Chapman Sts. with the Rev. N.
t VYriww'iuwLiLLCwvri Vwt.-v:vw-+41WY S>r'AW-0'Stirn 4 .tivsY wrA'viiN.v PROWLERSPRYING
Ic c'( along HM way. listed on fa** map fclder. G. Staggers officiating.The 4-H Club Week
SAVANNAH 4597 I J 2 hrs.10 min. body will be taken to the EYES .

Telephone church at 8:30 am. Tuesday, and Lauded By Truman Preen' train of ol.,.im.. or tt..l...-
auastna Writ lor FREE 1147 map Travel Mill lie in State until 11 am. Orange County 4-H clubs corroii*. sad rutl.proof..Inside* tockmfconrrolf '
Or Agent yes-
\ -r db Ma) and doscripttT literatureto your 10..' when the services will be held. terday received a copy of a mes- ,with wiitdowt op .*d or dosod.. .
JACKSONVILLE otthot of below addrosMsi Interment will be at Memo- .
.
1 Also serving: sage from Pres. Harry S. Truman ally p.t dsd.iw
.I T. -Jai-1 hr. 34 min. rial Cemetery in Jacksonville on lauding the observance of National ...".r. tof..........>.Na or Trelf.

t OCEAN HIWAT ASSOCIATION Lake ctt-1 hr.%% mln.18.50.AllAHASSEE Friday. 4-H Club Week March 1 to 9, HOME INSULATION CO.
Gainesville hr. $5.60.
County Agent F. E. Baetzman re-
P.O.loa 4119 P. 0. loa USZMknl. 'Ocala-30 min. $3.60 MR. CLARENCE ENGLANDMr. ported. *SS OriB. Art. Winter Park. Pia
I MIAMI Florida WUmtofltou. DoL $13.6 0 Clarence McDonald 'England Pres. Truman's message stated: WINTER PARK 708 ORLANDO 6890Planning

Florida! newest transportation system
New all metal twin-engined .Tz not included 64, prominent Logan. W. Va., "We are proud of your 4-H clubs
planes used exclusively.flJRlift. Friday at a local hotel. which are spread across our great
Mr. England was president of: nation. They constitute an out
mum the National Bank of Logan and standing body of youth aiming to i %Hour Service Systems InstaDe4
owner of the Logan Hardware and attain worthwhile goals in life.
s tl o Supply Co. A native of Covington, 4-H clubs have become a significant Since 193 Anywhere
MAKE A DATE WITH Va. he resided at Park Hill. Hunt- influence in developing the 1
YE iro ngton. W. Va. He was Mason. cultural social and recreational I r

SPRINGTIME ; ,... Shriner and leader in civic affairs as well as the practical aspects of e
c Y of both Virginia and West modern rural life. As a character :
bttAc io :' ; .q MIAMI Virginia. building influence they are unsur- :
Survivors inlude his widow Mrs. "
passed.
SKY I
LAND OF THE
Alma Hines England; a son. Clar- Nine boys, and ten girls 4-H ,
CALLING ene Engand Jr.. Huntington; two groups in the county will Join the
,>xe fRiiii1- daughters. Mrs. E. B. Boyenton, national observance.
Richmond.Va.. and Miss Katherine I
oI2Z England. Greensborough. N. C.; a
AsNETIlE Q Orlando GI TransferredPvt.
oq Be sure and visit Mi- brother. Frank A. England. Green i
tr
ami during this greatest ville. Miss., and three sisters. Mrs. Kenneth D. McNair of Or-
of all winter sea- J. W. Ruff. St. Petersburg; Mrs. lando has been transferred from to Buy; ?
s W. F. Bevell. Huntington. and Mrs the Army Air Force Base. San
,3 i : :d sons. Recreation pro- .
) B. F. Severson Covington.The Antonio. Texas for communications
grams continue unabated body will be sent to Coving- specialty training with the
z s through March ton; for services and burial by the Signal Corps School Ft. Mon- Be Sure To SEE OUR FAIR EXHIBIT Featuring:

q (2 Omea., > _.. and April. For the ut- Fairchild Funeral Home.MRS mouth. N. J, according to word
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most in comfort and ELIZABETH FOX from Ft. Monmouth. New 1947 SERVEL Gas Refrigerator with Frozen

I Enjoy North Carolina's glorious sp4ng opta t" Y..r '(...J convenience make the Funeral services for Mrs. Eliza- Food Locker
season at Aiheville's beautiful Shoelace of Option!Air Conditioning ALCAZAR your headquarters beth Jane Fox will be held from ABC

the Smokies.Coifriding.tennisother sports 0s Skyline Roof Dining loom while here. the Carey Hand Chapel at 2 pm. DIAPER SERVICENew 'Servels New FREEDOM KITCHEN
"on a mountain in the sky".Music,dancing Coffee Shop, Cocktail SolonConi For reservations phone Monday with the Rev. J. W. Aus-

entertainment-good solid comfort.Less than food ta'o, good days dme company from, oe "Ut/) fUdocorotod Miami 9-2481. tin in Greenwood officiating.Cemetery.Mrs. Interment. be Reservations Accounts Are and Solicited Future "Day and Night" Panel-Ray HOUSE HEATERS

a Florida, only a few hours by air or rail. All Now Fvmliliiiigi Fox died Wednesday at ORLANDO Telephone WINTER 2-1177 PARK and Automatic WATER HEATERS
a For reservations H.:L.Thomas, Manager. the home of her daughter. Mrs.
S IN M1AMI..H Clara J. Aldrich. Ocoee. after a Seven Modern Methods of HOME HEATING
brief illness. She had been a resi-
dent of that community the last EXPERT Restaurant and Heavy Duty COMMERCIAL
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I I t l i 10 years coming there from WATCH REPAIRING
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l[ I R RON North Vernon Ind. Survivors Include Specializing In Swiss and Amer EQUIPMENT
MOVE ASHEVILIE N C a son. George F. Stringer ican Watches. 8 Days Service.
Mist luutiful Hitel in the Carslinas.VT' ., Michigan City. Ind.; another ORLANDO JEWELRY Daily Demonstration on TAPPAN GAS RANGE

eo daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth D. Murray 256 S. Orange Comer Jackson I
'alts Indianapolis; four grandchildren -
? THE BAYFRONT AT FIFTH STREET and seven greatgrandchildren. -

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MR. L A. BRCMLET
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3:30: pm. Sunday in the First
Presbyterian Church. Dr. E. D. lIim
Brownlee will officiate. Burial
will be in Evergreen Cemetery.Mr. .
: Brumley was recognized as
one of the leaders in the develop-
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of the old First National
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f ,Demands Citrus I Page 24 Hif &rmterg! &rotir I-&tar Orlando,,,Florida, March 2, 1947Agricultural I

... ,- Celery Market Sanford Truck ,

By DICK COOPER .
i [Sunday Sentinel-Star Agricultural Editor Legislation

T TP IN SHIPPENSBURG PA., 'the Cumberland Valley Prices ImproveWith Prices Increase

!' U market is sold solid on fresh Florida oranges and the

; reason is a brother combination which operates from De- competing Florida Winter
Br MATME HODGKIN
Land in the person of Charles Dentler head of Dentler salad crops seriously damaged in Backed [Our On Staff Correspondent
- Bros., who ships 1 his Dixie brand of St. Johns River fruit in the recent frost celery growers by Farm BureauFlorida SANFORD-Most of the green
- vegetables on the Sanford State
a steady stream each Winter up to<
and shippers are reporting Jmprov-
I
- brother W.L. Dentler.In the Penn- I Farmer's Market last week were ,
of $50,000 being appropriatedfor "
.. the ed prices on good quality yields Congressmen are being In non-community propertyStateslike Ohio. Smith of N. J.) a bill which I spot-picked from areas partially "
.- sylvania city. "We ship equivalent expansion this )year with Sec. John Ford of the Florida urged to support proposed legisla- [ Florida] who file joint returns proposes: to create a Federal damaged by the cold and frost
of a carload every two weeks two new packing houses to be Farm Bureau reported yesterday; tion affecting State agricultural ,I with all were bringing very high
the income treat- Mediation
tax
by truck to the Cuberland Valley completed by" Spring and a raft interests ranging from control of same Board to assist in the price; with the exception of cab-
, and have a steady demand of sales in his monthly crop survey. foot-and-mouth cattle diseases to ment as if they lived in community settlement of labor disputes to
siding contemplated for the
, to regular customers at substan-I market. "Only slight damage was reported prohibition of the union closed property States. quire a 'cooling-off period to re-I I bage.The New York market during
tial prices." Charles Dentler ex- from the Sarasota muck- shop. Sec. John Ford of the FlorIda "HR. 30 [Brown of Ga. provides the board a chance to function; the first of the week was paying "-
_ plained. "By truck we can Farm Bureau for continuation of the Commodity -
reported yester-
permit high Sit hamperfor
as
EVERGLADES Drainage land with the major losses in supervisory employes to as per
get the fruit up there within 48' Credit Corporation as an
THE Sanford and Belle Glade areas," day.In join a union but an employer is fancy snap beans.
hours and it's really fresh to the i In West Palm Beach a letter to Florida Senatorsand agency of the United States on a not compelled to with I
'customer As a result of sup- has approved a development of Ford added. Representatives the Florida permanent basis. union bargain such Celery was encouraged bringing -
; make unions suable for for small stalks
' plying good quality over the years 9,000 acres for ramie planting good prices
"Growers report quality with Farm Bureau outlined its supportof Ga. and S. breach of contract
bond "HR. 134 [Pace of ] ; prohibit 'wIld-I that on good years would have
a
with preparing
- Cumberland Valley has top consumer Issue attorneys of $1.250,000 to finance the LAMONTE GRAW recent cold weather is much better 21 House and Senate bills: 85 [Russell of Ga.] propose to caf strikes; outlaw secondary boy- been left in the field. Mgr. H. J.
for Florida citrus
acceptance reefer talks delayed than it would have been if the "OUr people strongly support: make the present 90 per cent of cotts and Jurisdiction strikes: Lehman declared.
We know when and whereto
: project Drainage Commissioners unseasonable warm weather experienced -
& "HR 1388 [Hope of Kansas parity Commodity Loan Program subject unions to anti-trust laws :The bunch Included
ship and regulate our supply toa : also are discussing proposed until the frost had con- for foods
known market" legislation to prevent or tinued. .which as amended by House for the basic crops permanentby violations of provisions with some onions beets turnips and
limit stripping of muck off rich Reefer Service Severe losses of competing salad Committee, extends to December amending the crop loan sec- respect to boycotts and jurtsdic greens A large quantity of cab-
; w.T>ROTHER W. L. is a frequent Everglades land The Ever- crops such as romaine. escarole 31, 1947 the; present farm labor tions of the AAA of 1938. tional file strikes annual; and.financial require unionsto bare was handled but at low

' i-D; visitor to Florida, and glades Experiment Station at and lettuce helped the celery mar- program. Bill does not yet pro- "HR. 136 [Pace of Ga.] amends [This bill is a revised and expanded reports. prices
brother Charles has a summer Belle Glade and West Palm Beach ket picture._he said.. vide for liquidation period after Section 32 of the AAA of 1935 to version of the Case bill, which- Seminole County farmers on a
home near beautiful Caledonia will share honors In a planned Talks that date which we favor. appropriate 90 per cent of the cus- whole are sitting by awaiting the
was vetoed last session].
9 Park In Cumberland 4-5 of the Florida DelayedPostponement Little harvests of snap beans of the freak weather -
the. Valley convention April "S. 338 [Capper of Kans. etc.] toms receipts instead of the pres- temperament
, mountains The St. John's Soil Science Society. Subjectsto are expected until April with which amends the Plant Quaran- ent 30 per cent for the purposesof "S. 105 [Ban of Minn.] pro- although some have taken a
j River packer and shipper ex- be discussed are "Soils In Re- heavy' shipments of fine quality tine Act of 1912. authorizes the Sec. 32. [Financing export pro- poses to make unlawful all formsof long chance and have replantedtheir
'pects" the last of mid-seascn lation to Animal Nutrition." "The until April 9 in forecast through the next two ] closed shop contracts Including early truck. '
Secretary of Agriculture to limit grams.
oranges to be gone in a week. Importance of Water Conservation Washington of an Interstate Com- months. the entry of stock from "HR. 1825 [Hope of Kans. both union shop and
, 'and available Valenclas in an- ," and "Production of Long merce Commission hearing on Lima beans are reported as being foreign' countries nursery to that needed amends Section 22 of the AAA. as maintenance of membership SPLENDID WATERNo
, other fortnight "Qualitr Vegetable Fibers in South Florida withdrawal of railroad refrigerator light through May with prac- for propagation and to re-enacted by the Agricultural contracts."S. section of the country has
much better since cold weather with Particular Reference to car service on Irish potatoes tically no cabbage as the crop was require a post-entry purposes quarantine of Marketing Agreement Act of 1937. 71 [Byrd of Va. to prohibitthe finer water than that possessed by
and we are expecting good Ramie" Marion County farm- shipped from Southeastern areas hurt badly by the. freeze and warm imported nursery stock. by extending it to all programs of closed shop in industries affecting Lake County. Typhoid is very rare.
>>rices: for. the balance of ,the ers and cattlemen earned $118,000 was reported here yesterday byMgr. rains following. "HR 1819 [Gillie of Ind.J and S. the Department of Agriculture so commerce. i I the cities and towns having care-
, :.Crop, which" will -be scarcer through Federally approved soil LaMonte Graw of the Florida Cucumbers were killed back in 568 [Capper of Kans. which authorizes that the President may establish "Again we ask your aggressive fully guarded their pure water I
$,very week. conservation practices during 1946. Vegetable Committee.The the Southern part of the State co-operation with other import quotas whenever necessaryto support of these measures. j supplies. There is no taste of suII -
* and expected to continue light. phur In of
FVC and independent are American countries in the control protect any domestic agricul- "Apparently the budget ceiling I the water this countyI
In negotiations CITRUS CORP of as are tomatoes and peppers in all used as the water supply for towns
DIFFICULTIES rpHE tural voted I
growers are being represented and eradication of foot and mouth program. on Feb. 20 by the House
on their -L America, with C. C. Com- areas. and cities.
450.000-box purchase offer on mander listed on the board of In the protests against refrigeration New squash plantings are seen disease and rinderpest.S. "HR. 135 [Pace of Ga.] means:
- Qorida citrus are given as an directors has filed articles of service discontinuance by In relatively heavy supply through Res. 83 [Capper of Kans. amends the AAA of- 1938 and -1. Cutting out the entire $19
ejcample; by proponents of the incorporation under the Exports John A. O'Rourke of the Grow- April and May. which requests the Secretary of the Agricultural MarketingAgreements million for agricultural research
need for centralized selling Trade Act for exporting ers & Shippers League. Sweet potatoes in Lee Countyare Agriculture to make a study to Act of 1937 to pro- under the Research MarketingAct
"*The British need Florida oranges citrus products and by-products Railroad Commissions of SOuth- being delayed with digging determine what commoditiesmay vide that the parity prices shall of 1946. 'fttt
: and It undoubtedly would be a The firm includes the Mcoma scheduled after April 10. Growers be imported without disrupting reflect the cost of all farm labor. "2. Elimination of the. school
good thing to supply them this Assn. of Lake Wales and eastern States also have joined In of green corn expect to start pulling our domestic economy.We "S. 246 [OTrtahoney of Wyo. lunch program and
season but most shippers or even the Sebring Packing Assn. assailing the proposed service suspension around May 5. Ford concluded. are thinking of Cuban tomatoes and [Johnson of Colo. extends "3. A crippling reduction of 3u'etd
small groups of shippers regard It The charter was filed in Dela- pointing out that it peppers lima beans etc. Sugar Act for three years with a funds for REA expansion. # i )
82 too much of a risk to take at would imperil potato shipments I I
Rio Grande Valley"
ware Lewis number of amendments includinga
ScheduledFor HR 1124 [ of Ohio requir- "We certainly hope you can be
the price offered. one observer during adverse weather conditions. Support Pride yourself in
growers apparently not too well revision of basic sugar quotas. growing
ing ratification by Congress of instrumental in restoring these
asserted "Delivery date is set
satisfied with vegetable prices, "Many Florida shippers contend Agreements reducing tariff rateson "HR. 1677 [Hope Df Kans. pro- functions. flowers of exhibition quality. ,
from March 12 to April 30 and Citrus .
will divert much: acreage 'for- they need some refrigeration service i i I i Medfly imported products directly vides for the consolidation of all It's really if feed
with the present shortage of Florida this I easy you
to cotton
merly in truck on new Irish potatoes especially competitive with those producedin Federal agricultural lending agen- Polk County was Florida's top
citrus higher'expected In two to weeks push than upprices year Arizona Valencias during adverse weather conditions Damage AllocationFlorida the United States."S. cies under an independent biparti- citrus exporter during! the 1945- ,.e with Vigoro, complete .

they are now. the $2.60 per box started moving to market this" prevailing during growing I Farm Bureau of' 43 [Hill of Ala.] which sian board as recommended by 46 season with 46.943 standard plant food.
offered dockside can't compare weekend Texas growers say harvesting and shipping periodsas support amends the R.E.A.:Act'to providefor the American Farm Bureau Fed- boxes of oranges and grapefruit. Vigoro suppliesthe
much interest is being shown in proposed Federal medfly damage i
has been supplied in past rural telephones."HR. eration. :
tflth the expected domestic market years
possible use of doubledeck reimbursement will be directed in nourishment
.T. However we all realize it is reefers for shipment of citrus by rail lines and shippers are not |j,II Washington by Sec. John Ford 1234 [Rankin of Miss. "HR. 607 Mills of Ark.] directs : MADDEN'SREFRIGERATION Q' flowers need for
export policy to open theBritish able or equipped to furnish initial which amends the Interstate Com-
(pod up packed in consumer-size eight who will confer in mid-March in the Secretary of Agriculture 6u i'
market and If the deal and 10-pound open mesh bags. Icing as provided in the new regulations of merce Act to prohibit railroadsand to sell sub-marginal lands SERVICE finest J growth.
oould be spread through central- ." O'Rourke declared. the capital with representatives pipelines from charging moreor owned by the Federal Government DOMESTIC AND COMMERCIAL ....
TI, bed selling over say 35 per cent the American Farm Bureau Fed- less for transporting propertyin and administered by the DOST rt'ss FONE i/4Q nOD un.0' swillIGORO
of the shippers it would be a Chick Egg Show eration. one direction between two Soil Conservation Service, whichare FONE GCS
:
worthwhile Investment for the future 'Suwanee River' Legislation authorizing payments; points than they charge in the suitable for agricultural or 22 J Ma(noba Ave. Orhido. Fla.
: of the industry even if It Being Revived of Florida citrus growers for lossesin other direction. grazing uses. Backed by 20 Years Experience
meant almost certainly a present Brand Name Given the Federal medfly campaignwas t..eura e1s_aeq
loss." re-introduced in the current -IIR.45% [Hope of Kans.] andS. "S. 498 [Butler of Neb.] and
r' University To Sweet CornSpecial Congress by Sen. Spessard L. Hol- 306 [Capper and Hoey] which HR. 1692 Chenoweth of Colo.l I V-23
.J<"CORT PIERCE has the SentmelStarlGAINESVILLE land. embodies AFBF recommendations authorizes the Secretary of Agri- BEST TRAILER SHOP
[Special to The Sunday
-T brightest future In the expansion -, [ to The Sunday SentmeJ-S'ar] for amendments to culture to sell as expeditiously as Repairs and Parts for All CHECKERBOARDFEED
with of
of agriculture of anyplace The Florida LAKE CITY-Those delicious Together Doug Igou strengthen and improve the Agricultural possible the submarginal lands acquired Makes of House TrailerPaintiaeTopsAwningBatane
in Florida," G. B. Hogan Baby Chick and Egg Show last roasting ears produced on Colum- Eustis. FFB president. Ford will Marketing Agreement under Title III of the STORES
tof Pompano. assistant manager held In 1942. Is being revived by bia County farms are to be mar- attend a Southeastern conference Act of 1937. Bankhead-Jones Farm Tenant Z22S W. Washixtoa Dial CSM
of'Florida State Farmers Markets keted under the brand name of of Farm Bureau executives HR. 1759 [Reeves of Mo. which I ton Winter Garden Road 66 W.WASHINGTON ST.
Bridle
told Rotarians there the Block and Club com- "Suwannee River" this year. I I in Columbia S. C.. March 17-19. grants to married persons living Act."S.. 55 [Ball of Minn.. Taft of "WE SELL PURINA CHOWS
Volume in the Lest Coast city'sfarmers' posed of animal husbandry students County Agent John Kennedy said } "Florida was the battleground:
market has tripled dur- at the University of Florida. yesterday. I of the Nation in the campaign

tog Fall and Spring. He told I The 1947 show is slated for Three hundred and seventy- I'against the medfly for the protec- :

: March 13-15 according* to War- five wannee acres River of Brand"this year's "Su- 'tion, U. S..of and farmers the AFBF throughout is supporting the I

SEPTIC TANKS ren Trotter president. being planted this week.corn and are proposed compensation." Ford CLEARANCE SALE! HOME BUILDERS ITEMS!

BUILT-,INSTALLED Entries 'to both groups will be the remaining 485 acres will be said. .
REPAIRED-560 GAL. divided into six classes. Eggs will planted "at the end of this "Attacks by the medfly are not
Approved by Stale be classified as extra large white month. limited to citrus but included .
white and brown other field .
and brown. large Thus the acreage planted at the many crops.
: Board of Health and medium white and brown. end of February will come into Authorization by the 79th Con- ': L '
PLUMBINGREPAIRS Chicks exhibited will be S. C. bearing as harvest of that planted gress limited reimbursement to Entire Month of March
White Leghorns. Rhode Island earlier will be nearing the end. $10 million.
: Reds. New_ Hampshires. Barred

., By licensed Rocks Plymouth, and Rocks.all White other Plymouth standard Overheating Warning Citrus Production, Use

Plumber breeds. Given in Butchering On Rise in Mexico

WHERE LIVING IS A JOY! [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Ster] Production and consumption of
Glenn I I. Holliiay Lake County was built not by a TAVARES-Lake County farm- citrus products in Mexico is expected Quantity. Item Formerly NOW
401 W. Concord Phone 4766' few wealthy people who wanted a ers who want to avoid souring of to show a slight increasethis
palatial home for a few months home-butchered pork should avoid year the Office of Foreign
but by' thousads of home-loving over-heating the animals before Agricultural Relations reported.In .
people of moderate circumstanceswho slaughtering them. County Agent recent years annual produc- Outdoor Steel Barbecue Grills $47.50 29.50
have built their homes and R. E. Norris said. tion of such products in Mexicois 6 .
ALUMINUMROOFING developed their farms groves and Animals should be slaughteredwhen estimated at 35,000 to 60,000
temperatures are low. thor- case equivalents and annual con- .
business where life is at its best
the year 'round.6tntitttI. ough and complete bleeding shouldbe sumption at 45,000 to 65,000 cases ]10 Sets Metal Saw Horses 10.00 7.50
obtained and the carcass should with imports from the United .
I be chilled before packing in its i States supplementing local out-


Reflects A Lifetime Heat For =I>fat used.syrup cure. The Pure and brine saltpeter sale should clean should be sugar boiled be or II put.Polk County shipped 998.771 I 1 3.0 x 7.0 Six-Panel Door 17.50 12.50 ,

aM Tour Dealer or before using and the barrel or boxes of tangerines out of the
Hardware Store MOVES MERCHANDISEJanuary other receptacle should be scalded. State during the 1945-46 season.UNDERGROUND '
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: Covers Central, Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Dew


Plan Orlando, Florida, March 2, 1947 cljr ttnbau frrnttntl-fi'tar Page 25 I
May Showing
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[e Our Own lr Staff AL CODY Correspondent] Citrus Handling Care Urged 1

KISSIMMEE-Members of the Southeastern Brahman Cattle StationSpecial

Breeders' Assn. have selected May 6-8 as dates for, their

first annual show of Brahman steers, and prize money of [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star 0'

.. ," $1500 in.addition.,a dozen or so trophies is being worked GAINESVILLE-County agents 1
:
bout by show committees. Florida from 30 counties Central will and hold Southern meetings : Research Advisors USDA Official Nurserymen PressedTo
The idea of a steer show for I
. at the Range Cattle Experiment -
Brahmans has long been advancedby Poultrymen
Station at Ona and at Ar-
Milton R. Thomas Sarasota cadia Thursday and Friday to
breeder. So persistently did he ad- Selection PraisedThe Replace Stock
Roughness
,vocate the show that Pres. Bob Seek Chicken make tinued plans improvement for efforts and for develop-con- Raps

:Herrmann named him to head a ment of Florida's livestock industry I .a
committee to perfect plans for such Of according to Director A. P. Florida citrus industry yesterday was acknowl- D. F. Fisher chief of USDA Iy TUCKER IRWIN
an event. After several months' Tomorrow Spencer of the State Agricultural edging the wisdom of Secretary of Agriculture Andersonin Fruit and Vegetable Handling. [Our Own Staff Correspondent]

the work annual he presented meeting his of blueprint the association at- [Special l to The Suxtoy Sentinel-Star] Extension Service. his selection of its three representatives on the vital Transportation and Storage Investigations DELAND-A field day for the nurserymen i is promisedas

; in Bartow Monday. GAINESVILLE-Flans are now The agents win meet at the National Advisory Committee of the Research and Marketing citrus growers strongly and shippers urged Florida to exercise residents of DeLand and this vicinity surveyed the frost-

w Following the pattern of the being laid for the 1947 Chkken-of- Range Cattle Station at 1:30 Act of 1946. greater care in handling ruined shrubbery and trees this weekend. _
usual fat stock show In the p.m. Thursday to inspect research In Dr. J. Wayne Reitz and R. fruit to reduce decay and de- I burned and
Tomorrow contest with a numberof I work with pastures and I so as Nipped, split by the first cold wave and

South competition Florida poultrymen expected to cattle breeding and to confer D. Robinson of Orlando and A. V. terioration. practically destroyed' Viv the _cnHcomiAnt___:_ __... w eiiX-frA__ .._._._Tiw*
will be in With fruit the &
Saurman of Clearwater. the Industry moving through
with Dr. W. G. Kirk vice-di-
vie for the attractive prizes offer weather garden owners of
classes for Individual
market under
felt it had well-rounded quickly present conditions -
rector In charge and other station -
steers l I ed according to Norman R. Mehr- workers representation. I Fisher was speaking of' County now are talking operations DeLand and vicinitywas
of three ; i the future when weather I I''of years to undo damage "
pens I hof.head of the poultry husbandry warm beginning to resemble a GI
steen and car- F- i division at the University of Flor-I Late in the afternoon they will "Persons we. are inviting to : will renew decay which was preva- during February. haircut" with bright stem cores
lots of 15. But ida. go to Arcadia for an evening become members of this committee lent. earlier in the season. Florists report up to of various flowers protruding SUE
4 most : I with members of live- have been selected because
unlike program : pruning'u
"There must be
a geperslcracking cent of their flowers inches above the ground.
This
will be
year's contest concluded -
shows purebreds i stock: breed associations. State of their broad knowledgeand down all along the pite taking all the
with a dressed poultry Experts shrubbery have
will not g Livestock Sanitary Board members experience in this Important care
FIsher asserted.
I show in Jacksonville June 19 he line precautions and
eo.peteanllut and others interested in industry" Anderson declared advised gardeners about their
I said. "The shipper the packer and present scarcity will
half- --t- Florida cattle. in announcing the appoint pruning operations. Only by care-
breeds anderoabreeds I Five high Florida breeders will Walter J. Sheely. Extension ments. ,F rYry' the picker must all work togetherto for some time. ful trimming will the present
as : be eligible to compete In a Southeastern animal husbandman will be in eliminate rough handling which' As shrub owners began damage be mitigated.
separate divisions regional elimination during charge of the program at Arcadia.On The Secretary of Agriculture Indicated damages citrus and makes decay
are set up -L. :; I the week of June 23-28 at Friday the agents and the National committee easier.
"There must be
adequate
for these cattle. Oerrm&DJI i either Atlanta or Gainesville. The other Extension workers will would meet in Washington in cooling to reduce the susceptibility pre-It
Most revolutionary: feature of region includes 12 States. March.
hold another meeting in Arcadia
to decay in transit. Every 20 degree -
.the proposal however,.Is provision II Mehrhof said chickens enteredin for discussion of livestock problems Citrus representatives first will drop in the commodity tem-
*for carcass championships where- the Florida contest must be formation ot committees study the need for new researchand perature below 80 degrees cuts decay --
by an additional $100 will be hatched during the week of March for studying the problems and marketing services for the in- in half."California.
'awarded to the Individual steer I 2429. development of plans for continued dustry.Its. k
making,the best net dressing percentage A large national food store chain livestock improvement. already has start-
and $50 to the second : Is offering prizes to breeders who recommendations will be ed emphasizing care in handling
'best I develop chickens with the most f The two meetings will be attended used as a guide in shaping plans and proper shipping conditions SEE OUR DISPLAY
Brahman breeders point out I outstanding meat-type qualities in: by agents from Marion. for expansion of Federal-State and other citrus sections: will WE CARRY COMPLETE
that the proof of the pudding faIn i the course of a three-year breeding Pasco. Sumter. Lake Levy Citrus Research and marketing activities have to keep pace." 1 d49
the eating,, and stress their i program now In its second Hernando Orange Osceola. Vo- as soon as Congress appropriates DR. J. WAYNE REITZ Fisher asserted that during the
brand of beef is handled by packers lusts Pinellas. Manatee Sarasota necessary funds. named to advise research war all citrus sold at ceiling ASSORTMENTS FOR SETS aNp eOxEs
at no disadvantage. Other year.The Dade. Broward Palm Beach .. ., prices whether good or bad and 1
breeds view this claim with raised committee chairman said I Martin. St. Lucie. Okeechobee The last Congress authorized expenditures w------ v the industry became careless
eyebrows and,the Brahman association that poultrymen who did not enter 1 Hendry. Lee Brevard. Indian of $19 million In set- rushing the fruit north in a rough ALL MECHANICSThis
Is expecting the carcass the first year of the contest River Polk. Hillsborough Charlotte ting up the program but did not manner.
I i iIt
A championship feature to provide last.year may enroll and com- Highlands Hardee DeSoto appropriate the funds. ""Today market conditions are
"T them with factual answers. pete this year. I i I and Glades counties. Other citrus industry members different with selective buying is headquarters for quality

Thomas told the Bartow meetIng Arthur Spaulding of DeLand. include F. R. Wilcox assistant and handling" methods must hand' tools. Here you'll find all
of a Jersey-Brahman calf with an entry of New Hampshires.' Horse Work Value general manager.of the California change, too the USDA chief declared -
that dressed at MJt per cent an won the first phase of the contestin Fruit Growers Exchange at Los types for all uses from tiny
the basis of his'chilled weight in 1946. Cut By Uneven Angeles: Bobbins Russell assist- "With competitive conditions "
spite ti full shrinkage.It CITRUS ant general manager of the Mu- r i returning, the Florid citrus industry screw drivers to giant wrenches.' \OCIIU AND &nACNMINTI
CROP LARGER must back to the
seems a Sarasota dairyman. tual Orange Distributors in Red- go
Lake County's 1946-47 of Teeth Says AgentIf standards of in picking andhaDdlin&
care
Otis Howell. bred one of his Jersey crop lands Calif.: W. H. McCracken. And every one is designed +o ij B .
fruit is slightly larger than last which it had to observe -
heifers to a high-grade Brahman horse or mule has a of Treesweet < .
your president ProductsCo. :" >
year's and is of good quality. before the to insure
war '
give better of"r. longer*
bull of the type commonly used rough coat is generally unthrifty you
The orange crop is larger as is at Santa Ana Calif.; G. O. good fruit reaching the consumer. \ .
on commercial herds on the Flor- and holds his head to one side McDaniel Ed Couch Texas.growerprocessor "
the tangerine said. service.
crop growers
ida range. The effect of this cross while eating he probably needs Alden N. .lotting
Duncan grapefruit will be less ; Drury Fisher explained that since WIIMCMIftcitw
was to produce a calf that went some dental work done. Orange t...:
general Texsun Citrus California took in '
plentiful but there will be a larger manager. citrus longer
right to 815 E. .. let help elect the ones
up pounds respond- County Agricultural Agent F. C us you @
crop of Marsh seedless. Exchange. Welasco Texas; W. F. fr. transit than Florida fruit decayin
tine extremely well to a ground Baetzman advised yesterday.
McArdle. Wesco Foods Co.. Chicago the West Coast commodity
i snap corn'ration over a period ofd&7L you need. .... ....
4* type animal, and not dairy Those symptoms. Baetzmansays : and L. V. Eberhard. distributor -<. showed up before it reached the ?) ((5,
are common in cases ofirregular of Grand Rapids Mich. Eastern markets and was eliminated -
'Per cent of 58.2 is considered crosses. teeth. : :;:.;: .,. : to a large measure.
excellent dressing percentage The Howell steer was fed out of However Florida citrus D/ifrflbvfors otrvm
can
Thomas said, especially when it is the same trough with a Herefordcalf When the cheek or molar teeth Sumter Schedules move so fast to the markets that
considered the dam of the calf was being readied for the South- are irregular he explains the decay does not show up until 7 PLVMB C.
In animal. eastern Fat Show held In teeth in the cheek fas-
no sense a beef-type Stock upper wear
Breeders' Show after the fruit is in the handsof
"Pull,credit must be given to the Ocala this week. Although he did I ter on the inner half of the grind-! R. D. ROBIVSOV the retailer and consumer. fOO"4_.reeae.a
sire-' not eat as much as the Hereford ing surface than on the outer, honored by: Anderson "As long as 'the' consumer fiN NAND
Thomas said the highest he ate oftener.Thomas said ac-j half and this causes the outer I Rodeo on Sept. 18 : finds two or three decayed oranges -
dressing percentage record IsC8J for his parts of these teeth to develop
on counting exceptional
Special to The Sunday Sentinel Star] out of a dozen of Florida
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recorded at the Interaatlonal The forthcoming Brahman steer sharp points. National 4-H Club
, } fat Chicago. Good grass show, may be expected to demonstrate ] The points cause severe Irritation BUSHNELL Statewide reg- with fruit that acceptance-accorded won't California compare cit- BAILEY MOTOR EQUIPMENT CO.
steen In Florida are regarded as what can be done In the way of istered Beef ,Breeders' Show and "
of the mucous membrane Week Observation rus. Fisher said.
dressing weD at 55 per cent,, of raising finished beet _from! the cheek. three-day rodeo will J>e held in "However if proper care and
"and CO Is really something"These. Brahman stock grades.'crosses! the Sumter County Farmers' handling methods observed PHONE 8138
are
.;of course are for beef-: and purebreds. This condition in the teeth of a, Scheduled Mar. 7-9
4 i i|Market at Webster Sept. 18-20. there is no reason why the bulk of
horse or mule will result in reduced -
s 78 N. GARLAND ORLANDO. FLA.
decay connot be reduced
intake of food. impaired according to K. A. Clark county "Working Together for a Better
I digestion and reduction of the I agent. Home and World Community" is
: DARRAJANESTilting animal's value for work. I Judging contests for 4-H the theme of National 4-H,Club
.
It can be corrected by having a. Club and FFA members will be
veterinarian "float" or dress off featured.T. .Week which will be observed by .
the sharp edges of the teeth witha Noble Brown prominent thousands of Florida. 4-H Club \ .
I special instrument designed for Sumter cattleman is chairman of members. March 1-9 Orange 6eoutY -
this purpose. Baetzman said. a committee planning the show. County Agricultural Agent Fred
NeW
Other
a members consist of cattlemen -
Polk County was Florida's lead- the county agent voca- Baetzman said yesterday.Club .
I ing citrus shipper during the tion agriculture teachers and members in all sectionsof '. .
1945-46 season. Orange was second others. Odin Cowart of Center H ot1'e'or
II 12-Inch Lake third. Hill will be in charge of the rodeo. the State will observe the YOUr ; :
I week with special: programs at '

lipi j .. 'I'' "I ,. ''II"" ,. ,j '" iI-, 1\\ ,. ,,' their meetings before civic .
I clubs In radio broadcasts, and
Arfcor Saw I
f KNOW THIS TRUTH: I in telling other rural boys and
1 5s me the girls who are not 4-H members
Title Insurance is the only I Ir0.xVp 1.i4etime
certain means of protecting a of the training and other advantages -
1 1I TITIE realty investment from unseen I of membership. :
l5 Title-flaw losses When we issue % \
1 T.MiSiii42"x32" Lluasect a Title Insurance policy, you "The purpose of National 4-H protsction.i4
are relieved of the risk-which Roof
j. Model, 40-A w e assume You cannot afford Club Week. Baetzman explained
;. to assume the risk yourself, if
I Arfetr Tilts 4&- Radical' Saw f you are business minded. work"is to that focus club attention members on have the great done' :

J I Yi ftp Single ((1 toward improving themselves improving -' a
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The County Agent emphasized
Trust Department-Title Insurance-Abstract of TIUe 'I'I the food production work of club ANT
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;x;= I Page 26 c'itltt; &unbau &tnttntl-&tar Orlando,' Florida, March 2, 1947 The average wage rate paid to j'
Special Teacher hired U. S. farm workers in 1945 I
r r' '. was $91.40 per r onth comparedwith 'I''' SKATO
$84 during a comparable: I.
= period in 1945.

S Classes PlannedSpecial ; ; i TODAYMatinee

yew
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classes for teachers : e Every Sat. & Sun.
'Orlando and Orange County will % c I
c 0 Matinee 2:30 to 5:30
be offered during the current i 0 1

: 'semester according to Dean Morris : : NowShowing a.a 1' t, Evening 8:00 to 11:00

. S. Hale of Orlando Junior
. College. HAMMOND ORGAN MUSIC

These courses include: "COnser-
vation of Natural Resources. 3 \gvy;..: 6Y ei Gary Cooper SKATING EVERY NIGHT
Mondays and Wednesday, 3:30 "CLOAK AND DAGGER" EXCEPT MONDAYCOLISEUM
.'to 6:30 pjn.; "Public School Art" ? J"
Tuesdays and Thursdays. 3:30: to ..
8:30 pm.. and "Public School fPr. Robert Aida Lnl Palmer
Music" Saturdays.9 ajn, to noon. .
Classes will meet at Marks pn i ei : N ,w. 1ll1llllIllllllillh1llIllJ1Ill1llIJ]
11.1
Street School. Hale stated due to America's Finest Rink
'crowded conditions at the college.

The first regular meeting of
the conservation class will be r..:.. .:. ; g'ay.. ..:..
Wednesday for school art
Thursday, and for music next ,.y
Saturday.

'The classes carry three semester TONIGHT
;hours college credit and are open m''a
'to' teachers and prospective teach- +'x,4: ? "WHISTLE STOP"

:elrj George Raft Victor McL flm Ave Gardner

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t By HAROLD ESCH ..which no love cas :withstand!

LAWN BOWLING. .The wea- .5 v K. n
;ther has been the main topic of
:conversation at the club for the
;past several days and has raised
:havoc in the local tournament
i schedule. Three tourneys were to
!have been completed before the \, ,4 f C
arrival of the British Bowlers next t
:YFED
:Wednesday... it looks very much
:Jlike[ the games will have to be % fl N4..
:postponed until after their de- a
:Iparture.I uINsoicrORETTA
I Scheduled for tomorrow is the J 55'
;final North Central Florida League ."
games at Daytona Beach. Or-
ilandohas been drawn for the rOIJNb
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'r fJTr) IQ morning engagement at 10 o'clock portant matters will be brought up Robert B. Murphy sign In the Carrigan Bldg... 672 N. Art Institute of Black Mountain WELL ES .x
against New Smyrna. Afternoon including the membership dues. Orange Ave.Murphy College. J 4R
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BESSEa'SDEUCATESSENItESTA11a.&ft will find Mt. Dora tangling with SHUFFLEBOARD .' Wehaven't Opens Office Here studied architecture at Originally of Charleston S.. C..
DeLand. the Harvard University Graduate he Is a registered architect in
braved the rain to tramp Robert B. Murphy graduate of
The Orlando Club win hold it's School of Design and the Summer South Carolina and Florida.
tines esker Wester Beef semi-annual meeting Tuesday at around the shuffleboard courts the School of Architecture of
UI W. CkBrc St. Td.2-ZZZS 7:30 pm. in the clubhouse. Im- and find out if any club tourna- Clemson College Clemson, S. C.. -Where / -
opCo
ment games have been played. and a veteran of 3Vi years with
THE SISTERS COFFEE SHOP From outside appearances the the Army Air Force in the SOuth- .i '
i [ members are content to remain .
HAPETTIFOR U W. CONCORD AVE. indoors and participate in various west Pacific, has opened an office 'YAs.itl
Specializing IB Home Made Pies card games. architectural. and industrial de- tears
SPAGHETTI And a Variety of Foods
dewed a t* t ... CN.e4 .K.-dQ Week-days 8 A.M. till 8 P. M. I I COCKTAIL LOUNGE PHILIP MERIVALE.
NKW!: LOCATION' Sundays Noon UH 8 P. U. eN OltlM laiiUid Shear mXmunt 1IahIaaC.- Altamwrt*-Tel W. P. $MTV RICHARD LONG Dinttfiy t.1

IM Orlud Om Stmford'AT*,Sbart-Ctt mater Park PHONE 7943 CLUB CABANACentral BILLY HOUSE On nWn.s
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: THE SUMMER SET HOUSE Florida's Newest and Largest Night Club GOOD .FOOD EOLA DRIVE AT MODERATE AT ROBINSON PRICES s.r x rta.: .it .w t t Tt .J r f, f

Choice Steaks Sea Foods Clickers Real Breakfasts a Specialty 3 MILES NORTH OF ORLANDO CITY LIMITS [U. S. 441] BREAKFAST-8:00 to 10:00
LUNCHEON-12:00 to 1:30
I Curb. Strike Tasty Sandwiches, Shrimp a4 Chicken Baskets STEAKS CHICKEN SEAFOODMUSIC "XER-5:50 to 7:30

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"THE FIVE HUNDRED CHASE"For LAKESIDE PARK i the Ton! tTHAl1 Ii

the SM P.M. to 12 P.M. a 1//
Discriminating Gary M7 B. KNOWLTOVS LAKESIDE ORCHESTRA ; : "
DUCK INN r, "
STEAKS CHOICE DINNERS CHICKEN 5? Star llj(". Orne.'II ZH Miles Soot I vf Orlando OB Old Dixie 111&117Fried
We serve the same delicious foods from noon tie + Pnae/. ss
From $1.25 55 during the evening. OBRIENARURO
Reservations Winter Park 27 500 Chase, Winter Park French JUiti' tf BETTY HUTTON b,-
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Sudan 12:3e-Z; 5-1 Dally [except MOB. 5-1 P.M. Fkied SHRIMP $1.25 'IIIIIr1,1)'ARY
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Orlando Florida, March 2, 1947 _(n 1Jt _nntag lFrnttnrl-I tnr Page 27 I 1 Appeals Review Board tomorrow at 4 pjn.
i of the
Fair Success Members board imclude
Proves To Convene Tomorrow I I J. B. Keith.Harold Danforth. Henry -
satisfaction in the. high standard I I Balch. Dr. John Branscomb.
I)f iconmunity: and commercial ex- I The Sunday Sentinel-Star Radio ProgramHelen Regular monthly meeting of the Campbell Thomal. S. M. Heasley

: h. its preen; ted the y ear. There Orlando Appeals Review Board and C. O. Andrews Jr.
Bad Weather Hayes recreates her famous stage and WDBO (UM WLOF U238 WOftZ
Despite greater number of exhibits winije held at the office of Chairman I
were a screen role of Maggie Shand in "What Every Woman 9 00 CBS Newt .__ Coast to Cea BM World Kw ___ One fur coat requires from 55
in both classifications and in every 9-13 Renfro Valley Coast to C. en Bu Story to order _. S. Carr. 25 E. Central Ave. to 60 muskrat skins.
Knows" on "Theater Guild on the Air" at 10 9 30 Renfro Valley .__ CCi, to C. on Bos Word. Masts _
The 35th annual Central Florida Exposition here closed case depicted interesting and adu- p.m. over WLOP. 9 U Johnson Family Coast to C. en But The Ceronttt I I
\ cational information in a highly 10 00 Church of Air Messes. of Israel Hap'nd Durhic Wk
full week which bad Arturo Toscaninl leads the NBC
after playing a during Symphony I
oast night attractive manner. 1015 Church of Air ___ M_e of Israel fun. Morn. Mtuiel
;weather rain and,cold cut attendance considerably. The Fish & Game exhibit, for Orchestra in an all-French program featuring the 10:30: Vote of Prophecy_Boathcrnatrca ._.. Sun. Mora. Music PERSONAL APPEARANCEAnd
Ban
1049 Voice of Prophecy 8outh@TDalnll Morn. Maiicl
i of the finest music of Debussy and Dukas at & p jn. from WORZ. u
the disagreeable weather thousands of Instance, was one
Despite appreciative '.__..'.. ..
t 11-00 Newt lit Prwb'y Church Design for Ltstnln'I1.U
The special chorus is -
spectators attended the colorful event proving, according such displays to be staged in Flor directed by Peter Wilhousky. Dr. o. orD. ____ lit ProbT CUorcU Design for LUtnln'
: ida. The 4-H Club's Poultry and I toscaninl opens the program with the "SymphonicPiece" 11:30 Salt Lake Choir -."In Pmb'y Church Windsor Strinf Q't
to CoL R. M. Shearer exposition I __ .
be the largestof 11-45 Bait Lake Choir 1sPresb'7 Church Proudly W Hall
is said to from
show i Franck's
Egg "Redemption. Also includedare
,. ._..... ..
president the people of I 12 CO In to Learning Wk: Around World New -
I the people to respond even dur- its kind in the State. the orchestral score of "La Mer" by Debussy, 12:15: Inr. to restates Wk Around World HolljWd Salon Or.:
Central Florida.are definitely Interested i ing bad weather indicates the Based on the planning and advance and 'excerpts from the first two acts of Dukas' 12'30 Gospel Hour_ Sunday! Btrtnti HolIyWd Salon Or. BROADCAST PARTY
__ __ .
show Is wanted and of this year's 12 45 Gospel! Hour Raymond Swing HollT 'd Salon Or.
In and have faith in the appreciated. preparation
"Ariane and
Bluebird.
opera 1-00 Oofpel Hour _. Piano Music d___ America United _
Exposition.! i The exposition head explained exposition. it is generally agreedby "Kate Smith Sings at 6:30: from 1:15: Gospel Hour _, Melody. Remember America United ._
\ p.m. WDBO.
the management was keenl1'disappointed fair executives that. had weather 1:30: Son. Serenade _:- Sammy Kare ___._ U of Chi.R'ndttble a
? "We are proud of our reputa- attendance auld presents highlights from Arthur Miller's drama 1:45: Howard K. Smith Kare. PaeFlct.. U of ChL B'ndtable
been good,
in the turn of
tion." he continued "for putting events but would not let this affect have reached an all time high. "All My Sons. featuring the Broadway cast. Music 2 00 Wkly New Review t>an 'r.Dr.Dantld Sunday Matinee GENE KRUPA
on the finest in educational entei- is by Jack Miller and his 40-piece orchestra.An 2 IS Wkly Newt Renew Danc'r.Dr.Dantld Sunday Matinee _
tainmfnt and the willingness of plans for a "biteer and bet-. 2.30 Here's To Ta Lutheran Hour Sunday Matinee -
ter chow next year." WSCS MEETING MONDAYThe Italian-Finnish-French program will be presented 2'45 H re.. To Ya ..u. Lutheran Hour __ Sunday Matinee .
The management expressed great Women's Society of Chris- on the non-commercial "Sunday Evening 3-oo N. 7. PhIL Orch. Warriors of Peace: Sunday Matinee AT ASSOCIATED Friday at 3:30: P. M.
OFF THE RECORD tian Service of College Park Meth- Hour" when Dr. Karl Krueger conducts the Detroit 3:15 N. Y. Phli Orch. Warriors of Peace Sunday Matinee
3:30: N. Y. Phil Orch. Pres. fr'm Hollywd Sunday Matinee .
-
will at the
odist Church meet Symphony Orchestra 3.45 Trio __ See Actual Broadcast Over WDBO
ham from 8 to 9 p.m..over WLOF. N. Y. PhIL Orch. Air Lane Sunday Matinee
3 "Chn-
r i. church Monday at p.m. Irwin Edman. professor of philosophy at Columbia 4 00 N. Y. PhiL Orch. These.Our Child,'. Pre.'. ot Tomor'w
Associated Music Center dren and Their Church" is the 415 K. Y. Phil. Orch. These Our Chlidr'n A Gift from Lone
theme for the day. Worship service University takes over as chairman on the 4-30 Hour of Charm _. Green Ho"Patterna la Melody With Congenial Tom Sawyer Announcing
> by"VIRGINIA will be conducted by Mrs. J. second set of four programs in the "Pursuit of 4:45: Hour of Charm ,_ Green Hornet Patterns In Melody

PAYNE H. Kiphuth while Mrs. Lila Mae Happiness" series on CBS "Invitation to Learnng" 5.00 Family Hour _, Darts for Douch NBC Orchestra _
5:15: Family Hour ___ Darts for Doush NBC _
h Orchestra:
Hawthorne will be in charge of at 12 noon from WDBO. Participating are 5:30 Hoacy Carmichael Counter Spy NBC Orchestra _
the program. Whitney J. Oates. chairman of the divisional pro- S.4S Wm. Shlrer _. Counter Spy _. NBC Orchestra __
Another 'big'rdance Is on the gram in the humanities at Princeton University 6.00 Ouie It! Harriet Drew Pearson ...- Sacred Heart I
elate for Friday night. .March 7, 6-15 Ozzie ff! Harriet .. Do. Gardiner ._ Dare Rose Oreh.
at the Coliseum. GENE KRUPA and Arnold Toymbee, noted English historian and 6-30 Kate Smith ..-... Great Story Told. Bob Burns Show .
author of "A Study in History. 6.45 Kate Smith _h___ Great Story Told Bob Burns Show .
he lets hia SCARCE
needs no introduction '
7OO Gene Autry .... Heirs .T"
MUstni
drums speak for him! Gene will Bob Hope appears as guest on the "Louella Par- 7:15 Gene Autry =__ Mlsalnc Heir = Jack Jack Benny Benny ==
broadcast here at Associated FrIday ; sons Show," heard at 9:15: pjn. from WLOF. 7:30 Blondie ___ The Clock _____ Pitch Bandwacon
ITEMS _7-45 Blondle ___n___. The Clock _______ Pitch Bandwagon
afternoon at 3:30 with Tom Walter Hendl conducts the New York Philhar-
8 00 Sam Spade Sun. ETC. Hour Stars of Tomor'w
Sawyer over! WDBO. Be sure to be c3 monic-Symphony with Witold Malcuzynski as soloist 8:15 Sam Spade ? Sun. ETC. Hour Stars of Tomor'w
here so you can get a personally in the Rachmaninoff Third Piano 8:30: Crime Doctor __ Sun. Eve. Hour Musical Showcase
NOW! Concerto ID 8:45: Ned Calmer _u___ Sun. Ere. Hour __ Musical ShowcaseB -
autographed< record Tickets are minor] at 3 'fx
uI.lIiLfL p.m. from WDBO. Balance of the pro- 00 HUdecarda Walter Winches Po.CODC rt __
on sale now at Associated for the gram consists of "Classical" Symphonyand 9 IS Rildetarde Louella Parsons Pops Concert .LJ...
dance-get yours early! 9:30: Eddy Bracken Jimmy Tidier Pops Concert ..
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Today the rest of 'iny column the Strauss Tone Poem. "Don Juan"WD.O 9-45 Eddie: Bractey _d_ Policewoman _dO Pops Concert ____
GENERAL ELECTRIC
By : 580) WLOF (1230) 10 00 Take It. Leave It Theater Guild Variety Hour _
I WOR
win be devoted to classics' after 1-00 Melodies __-.... News h ___.. SliD; on k(740)Ne.. 10.15 Take It. Leave It Theater Ouild Variety Hour _
put in a' word Vacuum Cleaners, Electric 11:15: JJe2J! !' Glory Pleasant* 0101'7 Pleasant TrIo 10:30: We. The People Theater Guild Variety Hour _
M@lodlea Chapel ID the sky 10 45 We. The People .. Theater Guild __ Variety Hour __
about the new Blankets Clocks, Alarm & 2S Chapel ID the Sty
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Melodies u Chapel in the Sky Chapel In the Sky 11.00 Nevs-Featurt -- World TonitevSpta News from NBC)
Martina
Freddy Mantel Radios, Table, 7.00 Methodist Hour Once Reveille __ N- 11:15 Report UNO ____. Set! to Music Casey Searchinger
CON- 7:15: Methodist Hour Organ Reveille Music bVsweefea" 11:30: Music You Know Billy Buttertield H. Russeirs Music S.
CERTOS FOR :-;{ Portable Self Charging, 7.30 Master Singer Organ Re ellle Music by Sweeten 11 45 Music You Know Billy Butterfield H. Ru ell's Music
DANCING.nus ) t PhonoCombinations.By 7.4:1: Bob Jones .h____ Oren ReTellle ._ Music by Sweeten 1300: News ... ,, .. Sign Off News _____ .__u
: y 8 00 hews ___u___ News Summary New .______ 12:15: Music Mu. by Sbrednlck
is really a semi- .:15 Decision: Now h_ Silver StriDn ___ Ortaa?Recital 12.30 Music Francis Crate Or.
classic album because i w 8:30: Christ for WorM Tabernacle Church NBC String OTteT 12 4* Music _u________ Francis Craig Or._
a swing tz,.. '::;;-/A.' PH1LCO: 8:45: Christ for World Tabernacle Church NBC String: Q'rte 1:00 Sun Olt News & SlID oUPROFESSOR -- < z '

leader Is playing 1::(...eft...... u..mM.' ?!:W Table Radio, Phono's, Battery .-

the great mas-, The Radios, Car Radios. ed by Mr. and :Mrs. Hutchinson
terworks of the best known com- t
'Professor Quiz'To
BOX
MUSIC who will return to South Carolina.
posers. This album contains the '
main themes from the piano con- t J sis Park Ave.. I.U By WEAREVER:
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certos of Tchaikovsky. Grieg and rr

Rachmaninoff.Concerto. "Cornish"The- Rhapsody.Warsaw {. Pressure Cookers Arrive TodayThe t r4R r RADIOS ,

and other such favorites. You ::J REFRIGERATORS r

won't want to miss this album. WASHERS r vi
KEEN RADIO
7 1 One of the finest albums in t man who made the word 8 &

our stock today. is BEETHOVEN'S 2204 Edgewater Dr. Ph. %-160% "quiz" famous, "Professor Quiz," NEED REPAIRS?
SONTA IN F MINOR better will conduct his weekly quiz pro- rr
known as the "Appassionato. In gram Saturday from 10 to 10:30: For Any Make
this masterpiece Beethoven pours p.m. at the Coliseum over the r CaD r
out his soul in music. Read the American Broadcasting Co. net- BARTON'STon i ;

story that prompted, this composi- work.
tion so that you may better under t 1 s "Professor Quiz" will arrive here : Benefit By Our 25 0r GENE KRUPA ACE DRUMMER Uses
stand and enjoy it. The "Appas today to remain an week, making Years Experience /

sionato1 la played by Rubinstein. arrangements for the broadcastand : Next to Colony Theatre / SLINGERLAND DRUMS Sold
Another album you will enjoy appearing before various civic 1 i Winter Park 93 Exclusively

.hearing Is RITE OF SPRING by 4 clubs, social! and. municipal organ- AT ASSOCIATED IN FLORIDA.
Stravinsky played by the San izations. '------ --------,

Francisco Symphony Orchestra. STIRRING GOSPErIESSAGESi He will appear at the Orlando QUIZ ------,-" --,-----,---
Those of you who attended the Army Air Base Wednesday at coming here.Republican : PHONE 2.4474 a
Bach Festival will surely want to l/SI e6ythe 8 p.m. to present a program in We Have Latest GENE KRUPA
=
CHALLENGING.... "
1 Auditorium "D, Building 2101. 1r
hear Marian Anderson's Interpretation rr
of BACH ARIAS. This is ADDRESSES eY f tUIHERAN HOUR for the benefit of service men Women : Columbia Records including"Opus -
and'their families.
of her best performances HGRUS
one : accompanied ,
by the Victor Cham- oR.w.A.M- "Professor Quiz"-Dr. Craig Earl Plan Card PartyThere r '
ber Orchestra. I In private life-was the first man No. 1" That's My Home"
So until next week same time. ;; E a.w suN. .T TIOMWLOF to air a network quiz show. His will be a benefit card : J1353D. r "Valse Triste" 5Bc53c "Just Matter of OpInIon"53c53c"

same column this Is E' 2:30 P. M. current program features his pop- party at the San Juan Hotel Fri- : m Call GROVES )
ular "braintrusters" and $500 in day to be given under the auspicesof r
r" r a -L:> awards to contestants in additionto the Women's Republican Clubof : 35 N. Orange Blossom Tray "Harrier "Everybody Loves Myw

LI't a set of five new tires. Orlando. I These Really Mine' Baby""Just
Orlando. Florida
, cr. During the last four years. "Pro- Contract and auction bridge : the Other Day"

a&oclated fessor Quiz" has paid out more also 500. and other games will be :Now shipping luscious. Temple .
Stores. than $100.000 to more than 2.500 played. r Oranges remember your r I
143 N. Orange contestants and broadcasting his Reservations may be made by : friends back home with a box : HURRY! Get Your Tickets Tomorrow
Phone 5300. shows has carried him over 109.- phoning Mrs. Charles Cutler, 112 or basket. Come in and see it r
000 miles. Lake St. any morning, or :Mrs. packed. I
: At ASSOCIATED Record for-
Speaking with authority, "Pro-, Varina L. Freeman, 607 Harwood r Dept.
fessor Quiz" contends that among Ave, any afternoon before Friday. : BLUE MOON BRAND r I
those who frequently falter at his Play will begin at 7:30: p.m. in : GENE KRUPA and his BAND
MOKt RIM THAN 3'KINGCIRCUS / microphone are lawyers and the convention room. off the mez- ri i WISCONSIN'S FINEST r
school teachers who are trainedto zanine, at the San Juan Hotel. CHEESE /I
ask questions rather than an- Those attending are asked to la '
following varieties
swer them. bring their own cards. : IMPORTED STYLE SWISS r COLISEUM Friday Night March 7th, 9 to 1

"Teachers and lawyers are Gous.N-aICH /
re 2323z completely thrown off stride Pine Castle NewsPINE : BLUE IN BULK i
when the unexpected question Woman'sClub BLUE IN tt-LB. PKGS. I 1
CASTLE The
comes up," says "Professor r
SWISS AMERICANCOLORED
will meet Monday at 3:30: i
F. Quiz. "Education doesn't seem
rr1 p.m. at the parish house, followingthe : AMERICANSWISS 1AMPAlAKRAD.PETg
to have much to do with answering I /
boardat CRCRTERB QRtAN00>7.
meeting of the executive r
ordinary questions. College '
people do not rate well before 3 pjn. Mr. Scott, of the Cox BOMB PACS SARASOtA FYA14l
a quizmaster's micro- O'Neal Furniture Co-. Orlando, OTHER VARIETIES AVAILABLE 1 ae ss

r phone." will speak on interior decorating.The J SHORTLY. ,
i.diii During his 10 years on the air Official Board of the Meth- *---m-mmmm-m-mmm-mm.-mm-'

"Professor Quiz" has received odist Church will meet Tuesdayat

more than three million letters 8 p.m. .
from: listeners, containing more Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cutler of
:py/4q7yj.J/j ; than 12 million questions. Jay, N. Y., were Saturday visitorsof
f' i Blair.the Rev. and Mrs.. Collis c. LISTEN APPEAR

Tourists To See
Men of the Methodist Churchare
'Professor Quiz' planning a dinner Friday at INThorpe's
6:30: served by the Annie Willoughby -
Radio's "Professor Quiz" will be Circle.At .

the feature attraction at Tuesday the meeting of the Member-
MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW, FORWorld's night's meeting of the Orlando ship Committee of the Methodist
f Tourist Club in the Municipal Au- Church in the parsonage Friday Stars of TomorrowEVERY
ditorium. The program will start the Rev. C. C. Blair presided. Attending -
at 8 pjn, followed by dancing to were Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
I"". Greatest DrummerPRESENTING Knowlton's orchestra at 9 pm. Burdick :Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Greene, P. M. ShanIbarger :Mrs.
Now. E. W. Roe and Mrs. C. J. Sweet.
Ready : : SUNDAY
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Smith. of

Robinsvl le, Ga.. are occupying the
upper part of the Eldridge apart-

Q ARIJiJ'a1 ment Mr.on and Maine Mrs.St.Chris Jorgensen. AT 8 P. M. :

,Qet GENE KRUPA s. "9 .i.iA of Albert Lea, Minn., have returned -

fit daughter-in-law after visiting here.their son. and

Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Rowlands
AND HIS have as guests Mrs. O. F. Ruchardand

Mrs. W. A. Dietrich of Warren -
Ohio.They are sisters of Mrs.

Sensationally Famous Orchestras. Rowland.Regular services will be held In WORZCentral

both churches here Sunday.Mrs. .
Henry Burch has taken

over the business formerly operatMaqnavox .



, Carolyn Grey and Tommy Barry. Vocalists Stage and Radio Stars. The
I I
Famous Jazz Trio. Charlie Kennedy. Saxophonist. Buddy Eunelli Pianist.

Florida's Show


Advance tickets and Reservations will be held for out of town Guests without ad-

vance payment at Box Office until 9:30 Night of Dance by Writing. Wiring or Phoning fine piano compact in 3eigB t IIIILLi'r

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4 Page 28 mlrr; &mtbalt &mtinrl-&tar Orlando, Florida, March 2, 1947 : before the college obtains its i 1 i the Rollins public relations office 1|I the grand total obtained in tb*.
Rollins Gets $500,00 library. I! within 10 days for compilation of.!.drive. he said

r Two-thirds of prospective don-

Two Women Hurt T.Orange Gray Memorial in "good"Hospital condition yester-at ors in Winter Park have been con- I I 1111"I

treatment for injuries HarryAnnaHomeReports tacted with 250 remaining to be '''i
dayafter IT'S ALWAYS FAIR WEATHER
$$10,000 GiftThe
I In Auto Mishap called on. Rosenfelt pointed out. I
sustained Friday in an auto acci- I
Mrs. Walter P. Andrews of Canvassers are asked to complete .I WHEN GOOD FRIENDS GET TOGETHER i\
dent near Sanford. their cards and submit them to I
? Bronxville. N. Y., was reported In I PatientsMore Rollins College Victory-Ex-
Both women were seriously injured 60 at Beautiful .
""taUcondition and Mrs. Ethel pansion drive received a $10,000 I I
t I IJ :when the car in which they boost yesterday from a donor who Want A Top-Notch Salesman

were passengers skidded off the than 60 children in the Anna Crip- requested that he be allowed to in Your Store? :
. A.B.C. wet pavement and turned over are now Harry remain anonymous. Chm. .W. R. II SAN'LANDOj:1SPRINGS

AlUMBfUMCASEMENT twice. Highway Patrolman I.. C. pled Childrens Home, Umatilla, ranging from three | Rosenfelt of the fund campaign Le May Is ke Show Bad To.ky the CaDi.Versatile, C.

_ Bennett reported that the car months to 18 years of age according to a report from the announced. COLUMBUS SHOW CASES I
- BATOC The donation was made by the .
institution. !
II i iIII'
Andrews' I I SLADE BOOTH SHOW CASE co.
driven by Mrs. chauffeur
unidentified benefactor after he
HOME INSULATION CO. tit Reed SI Tel.W I-tZl1
careened from the road while I Owned and operated bv the Florida State Elks Assn.. had been in Winter Park only a
< Phone. 718MS travelling at a high rate of speed I Inc. the home has the 100-roonn week Rosenfelt said.quoting him i
. WtaUr Pack CENTRAL FAVORITE
Oraai A- III' HORIDA'S REJORT"YOU
five miles south of Sanford. j Rowebilt Hotel building and nearly i as saying: F. ",.... Jefferis '
four city blocks of property In : 1 CAN ENJOY YOUR OWN PICNIC LUNCH OR BE
north Umatilla which was pre- : "I am so impressed with the 11 SERVED A DELICIOUS LUNCHEON AT THE NEW t
LAUNDRY 8 DRY CLEANING sented to the Elks of Florida by: opportunity here at Rollins and e a SANLANDO CLUBHOUSE. DONT MISS SANLANDO.
E.L19e$
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. P. Miller 15 i the desire of the citizens of this ""' -' ONLY 12 MILES FROM ORLANDO VIA HIGHWAY 17-92 I
Quick service If yon bring It by oar office er phone for pickup years ago. community to help I want to i THRU LONGWOOD.
. and delivery service. The'State association appointsan I give $10,000 to Winter Park's I Contractor Merchants lit I
See Our Fixture Display
quota and have it credited toward -
operating committee to handle
(41-43 N. Mills St. Pkrae 2-37M
: IVANHOE LAUNDRY I CITY CLEANERS the affairs of the home. The committee I l the $200,000 still needed

: 1(30 N. Orange--Ph. S594 19 W. Colonial Dr -Ph. 7557 includes: Carl, G. Rose, I a
t Ocala. chariman: J. J. Fernandezand
J Frank Umstot both of Tampa I
; Cullen H. Talton.- Daytona :

I How Does Beach.Beach'and W.A. Wall West Palm .

Mrs. OtheQa C. Green is super-
intendent of the home.
Dr. R. H. Walker, Orlando fr CO rC. I
t Christian Science't orthopedic surgeon and repre- PEN FEATURES
sentative of the Florida State s"a
Crippled Children commission, .
passes upon children recommended -
for convalescence at the 37 West Church St.
Heal ? home and handles necessary
operations.The .
home is financed by do- DR. HENRY GODDARD LEACH. Orlando, Fla.
author editor and president of the
nations from Elks and others plus
, $275 per day per child received American-Scandinavian Founda- r
Have you ever wondered whether the method of healing disease from the Crippled Children's Com- I tion, will lecture at the Congrega- Doors Open At 9 A. M. ,X
tional Church in Winter Park: un-
C overcoming poverty and restoring harmony which Christ Jesus mission. Elks lodges throughoutthe der the auspices of Rollins Col-
State are asked to send the
t employed can be successfully used now? For an answer in simple. treasurer of the home $3 a year lege next Thursday at 4 p.m. FOR MONDAY SELLING! :

I understandable terms attend for each member. 5 i-GAUGE FULL-FASHION '. : ; --
> .b.
!
Recently citizens of Lake Coun- McDonalds to Retire _
ty raised more than $3,000 for the
NYLONS $1."
home which was spent for furni- Services in the Salvation Army
ture and for the The Citadel at 11 ajn. and 8 p.m. today -
A FREE rugs lobby.
t LECTURE Orlando Elks sent In $2,760 raised t I I and a civic farewell reception 1st quality:sheer dinging I + #' 1 F-:' '
and dinner at the First Methodist .
through the New Year'S Day foot nylons! Spring .
ball Church at 6:30 pin. tomorrow will #
game. I hades. Sheer .
mark the retirement of Maj. and :
The home's outdoor
I :4 entitled"CHRISTIAN swimming ,, >
pool is being repaired and should'! Mrs. H. P. McDonald from,active chiffons i n Y nor
be ready for use by the first of duty with the Salvation Army. 8'/2 tO 102 ,' r

SCIENCE April. *t....................... !lACK AGAIN ci
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f'< PURE SILK 3-THREAD
Orange County 3
THE WAY OF TRUE LIVING"By i s ,

Court Records "What is :ar FULL-FASHION HOSE

MARRIAGE APPLICATIONS: BACKAGAINATPENNEYSsilk
x : Leonard T. Carney C.s.B. of Roy Franklin Smith. 28 rrtnlrr 436 8. Boxes and boxes of brand-new
H".hpy, and Mildred Loren Burnrtte IB
this :
Beverly Hills, California 2201 Conway Rd. 1, Healing hosiery in the loveliest
.. John Hessrl Lone 45. barter Apopka FULL OR TWIN SIZE
and Anna Grace Knight WenUloff. 40. & spring shades. 1st quality only 1.49
Member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church Zrllwood
Jack PrarL :97 tailor. Carmrl C.!.. and Prayer : in sheer chiffons. All sizes.
The First Church of Christ. Scientist, in Boston Mass. Edith: Pirktlatrin. 46. dressmaker Brook- a
j yn. N. Y. Buy a box only S4.47.HOSIERY. BED PADS

i Monday, March 3, 8 P. M. Maitland.Lewis McKmlor and Dorothy Hale Garland 29. carpenter Hibbard., R The result of a -0 1ST FLOOR
27. c'erk. practical
Sturdy Penco quality! Use

r In the Church Edifice Rosalind Ave. at Walter A SUITS weed IN TS CHANCERY:Jesse :w Knox et nxcancellation 1 Christian Science hate impressed ee +' "Be Feminine Black or quilted pads for protection
of 6rv4 and extra eomfort
Xmnell Dorothy bill D for Porter aerountinfINSTRUMENTS et al. TI Hannah A 'I vast numbers of and Daint Y" Tea Rose! tte suggest early shop- $398
Wall Street d
N.
FILED people:, Including many pin for these phone
Robert M Howard et al to James 8 Cnl-
order will be filled! Twin
breth et ux fad $10 121.Circle natural scientists, clergymen CREPE
4 Lakes Co to H George Aide wd sire S3.79.
,, and The :
0 physicians. 4. BALCONY SELLING

i First Church of Christ Scientist Jr W et Newell al fled Todd*105.to Richard C Woodberr I i Christian Science textbook, SLIPS
Cyril B Nelf et nx to Harlow G Fred 1 e
rick et nx mtc $30OO
Y- Interstate Dew Co to H Homer Saner SCIENCE and HEALTH ;

5 of Orlando agreement Arthur E for Mills deed et$695 nx to Fir Fed Bar a with Key to the Scripture trimmed Lovely slips lace-in A

and 3 Loan Z Scarborough Assn mtc $3500 et al to Arthur X: : ly Mary Baler Eddy i ii sues; 34 to 40.JS 98GOWNS
Mills et ux Such low price 1
L""ct\pnn.\ : a
t Clarence ; to H C Rhodes i
:
Cordially Invites You 9f fully explains the prayer for such beautiful .
A Squire to C F Kunzc. sm i the of thinking ei quality.1 Linftrir .
'fj Willie E Rhodes et al to Peter Bertaet manner 1st floor. n
ax wd *10. i i which these a a>a .
Circle. Lakes Co to .James Grover Nich- produces results -
olson ..C'nx wd (10 heals the i
William C Booth et nx to William AWhftromb sick supplies S.-
e.* nx iota S4400 i i the binds i'i
needy, ,
William. A Whitcomb et ax to WilliamC "up
Booth et ux wd S10 i the brokenhearted" i Knits '
PIa Bank at Orl to William A Whit- releases Rayon

comb MarTin et ax X am Powell Jr et nx to Emily men and women'hatenttheitprescnt i ii Fitted bodice, $2.-'. ON SALE MON. 9 A.M.
Oordon wd 110 i i flowing skirt ,
-_ Emily Gordon et al to Marvin PowellJr a v position a' styles. 32 to
fed S10
William H Keith et nx to B P Tnthintt i into greater usefula 40. PRESTO PRESSURECOOKERS'
nx mtc S10OO ..
Wilbur L Tarrinicton tt nx to Clarence I a ness,security,and satisfaction. ss
Datson et al mis $3840Oatson ill'
Dairies Inc to Wilbur L Tar- a as r y ;x' MONDAY!
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F1J1aMUS. Dante C Muller et ux to Jack Pa. et The book is enabling u

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(16 (10 Pace et nx to Daniel C Mullerwd ai i topro esus'words,"As : OUTINGFLANNEL er you all want and know

d Land Bank Commissioner. and Fed Farm I and je shall receive, that s ',4 about! Cut down cooking 50
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THE Quality Name Cameras.* tunc et al wd $10.Ahee : various editions, at
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