Orlando morning sentinel
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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
Orlando Sunday sentinel=star
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: March 17, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079944:00135
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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Bolita Here Needs Overhauling, Marshall, BevinFrance Account of Greek Crisis

Ticket Sellers Put Committee( Declares Welcomes

Under $1,500 Bond Reich Immigrants
TALLAHASSEE [AP] Terming Florida's utility tax
A Good Deal All AroundWell
"Number 50" was an- system "antiquated and inefficient," the Citizens' Tax MOSCOW [UP] The Big Porter Probe

nounced as the week's Committee,yesterday recommended a thorough overhauling Four Foreign Ministers ,

"Cuba or bolita" winner yes- aimed at gaining an annual increase of $1,500,000 in Council plunged into the explosive -

terday afternoon in five of State and local revenue. issue of populationand Chief ReturningTo

the six establishments raided 0, The committee said the present displaced persons in Top ,

earlier hi the day by combined Intake for cities, counties and the Germany yesterday, with tradi- b JE aF '

forces of Police Roy Larson and France Breaks State from utility taxes "is con- tionally-hostile France declaringshe

Sheriff Jim Black despite charges servatively estimated at $7.500- was ready to admit large num- WashingtonTruman

of violating State law in conduct- With i Bulgarian (000." It declared elimination of bers of German immigrants and

ing illegal lotteries placed againstthe "discrepancies disparities, incon- Britain demanding equal redistri- Due

eight operators arrested in the sistencies and discrimination"should bution of returned Germans $ Proposals

surprise move. News RowPARIS raise the figure to about throughout all four zones. I vfP In House Tomorrow

Chief Larson reported that he $9 minion annually.The Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister I

telephoned the, six locations and [AP] France group recommended that a Andrei Vishinsky, speaking for WASHINGTON [UP]

severed relations with Bul- proposed State Tax Commission be
Foreign Minister ai-: Paul Porter, special U. S.
See Editorial. Page 6-A) given the authority to all
( garia yesterday in the most assess Molotov demanded i investigator in Greece, is

serious breach with another electric power and telegraph property :Y immediate home to lay before
received notice of the winning just as the State Railroad speeding
power since the liberationand Assessment Board does f w' repatriation A'i Congress firsthand evidence
number from five of ,them and now. : /1/ 42'pGt
of all displaced
was unable to get an answer at the gave two Bulgarian news- Florida lacks ,a "systematic ; supporting Pres. Truman's program .
48 hours notice to leave persons in the
sixth. papermen well-balanced utility tax structure to combat communism in
oWestern zones of .
Only caution displayed in announcing the country. ," the citizens' group said reporting 'g1 the Near East it was learned last.

the winner was the reserved The action was taken in retaliation the job of assessing utility Germany. He + o '; '7i' night.

reply by one person that he for the expulsion of Mme. values for tax purposes is performed charged that Porter head of a special AmerIcan -

had "heard" that 50 was the num- Milke Genadiev Boeuf reporterfor by officials whose procedures some were being. economic mission to Greece

ber. Larson said."Apparentiy the French Press Agency in vary "from county to county, terrorized by has the personal rank of Ambas-

these people do Sofia after incidents stemming from city. to city and from citiesto anti-Soviet camp sador. Diplomatic sources said he
from the recent action of the Bulgarian : authorities and
counties. when
will be on hand Congres-
not think we are serious in an-
nonneing that we have declared government in reconverting The State Comptroller is feared to ask to # tvq sional hearings begin on Mr. Tru
Bidault _
return to Russia.
pen Mason.n lottery operators.. its currency. charged with valuing the operat- / man's request for $400 million in

But they will stop doing business Two newsmen expelled were ing property of railroads tele- Secretary of State Marshall and 1yN aid for Greece and Turkey.
Amy chief of Bulgarian British Foregin Secretary Bevin 4tt' ._
Bakalov a
When Porter left for Greece
or be arrested and face graph companies, and all prop- _
charges In the Criminal Court.'' Bureau of Information here and erty of street railways, sleepingcar jointly refused the Soviet demands Jan. 13, it was planned that his

Larson said adding: correspondent for two Sofia week- companies, freight car com- for immediate repatriation. f'ErfEKFtnuES mission would be to make a long-
lies, and Lovan Strelkov. corres- TNE2_ LARyESr
economic to Mr. Tru-
panies and companies. range report
"Yesterday's clampdown was pondent for a Sofia daily.. express Clay to Moscow 28 t". R NA1i AWC 'R1RK NATWV9LQEgo
(A In
man early April.
Local assessors value all non-
the first co-ordinated move of the t
The French also cancelled of railroad FRANKFURT [AP] Lt. Gen. 4t rt1E w -as, u.s. i/ r" +aK
operating property
Orlando Police Department and Bat the critical Greek sitnation -
special privileges granted to all Latins D. Clay assumed command A
the Sheriffs office in a campaign and telegraph companies and all soon took on an Immediate
foreign journalists for eight yesterday of U. S. Armed eore s ; weLl
property of other utilities. rather than
to rid the city of every existing a long-range aspect
other Bulgarian Forces In Europe and as Ids
lottery racket and we will con- newspapermen.The Municipalities are authorized to 2 +3&csz3,6MS1Peiw.Ya. and two weeks ago, it was learned
first assignment In the new role,, '.
tinue until they no longer exist." French protest claimed make separate assessments for 916.eo9 eea the State Department urgently -

The eight operators .arrested that Mme. Boeuf wu seized by local taxation on all utility. prop- departed for Moscow to eoafer S % ;N requested Porter to speed

yesterday morning were placed Bulgarian militiamen as she entered erty except the rolling stock of with Secretary of State Mar R. 7f7ow- 9 ryyp 'emsss up his surrey. '

the French Legation to deposit railroads. shall. E9.TA,6/SflMEN7q .
under $1.500 bonds and. will face
f He has now completed his preliminary -
$ $666 Gbv. 1
felony charges in Criminal Court funds of the French Agency I The committee said discrimination 4ooaioo .yl' Rrrooiooo /s \
report and is bringing it
instead of raisdemeanor counts in which operates with government exists and noted that railroads They' said they never would Ep6c .
with him. it was learned.
Municipal Court as -in previous grants. Emile Paris, the French I sleeping car companies and force refugees to return to Russiaor Meanwhile these developments

numbers cases. It was pointed out. minister was menaced by a revol- telephone and telegraph companiesare Russian-dominated countries if highlighted the Greco-Turkish

.Arrested in the whirlwind raid. ver when he sought to Intervene I, exempt from paying the corporation they did not wish to do so. situation
the first and Mme. Boeuf was struck in the annual filing fee or capital French Foreign Minister
In which: operator was ;: -
. 1. Pres. Truman received assurances -
booked in the Court House only 26 face, the protest added. 1 I stock tax while electric gas and Bidault startled the conferenceby ( Call This a Fire Edition of co-operation from

minutes after the officers were dis other utilities. are liable for it. asking"that the-Big Four approve both the Greek Government and
patched were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Battle Showdown "There seems to be no reason for a plan for the emigration electmallJ'I I
The Sunday defect In the wiring of an the opposition party in the Greek
Shanly of Shanly's Drug Store, this discrimination." the committee of Germans to France which this morning. It was rated print, dryer In the Sentinel-Star i Parliament. He called on the

409 W. Church St.; Sam Leone of Seen in Holy Land commented.It traditionally dislikes German ment. Inasmuch as touched off the blaze and filled the :i Greek rebels ,to "accept with confidence .

the City Drug Store. 335 W. declared Florida's four major Immigrants, and to other countries inel-Star BIdg.However floor of the building with smoke. !I the amnesty which the
JERUSALEM AP] The cordonof
Church St.; Robert T. Shaw and electric companies "are under- thanks to once more thanks to Lt. Pennintton
troops around Tel Aviv's martial Greek Government is extending"2.s
taxed and of and a handy erew his able assistants the Morning Sentinel
Vernon Chapman of Shaw's Fll11ngeation. by reason inadequate
He said Germany now has four I
16 N.Parramore St.: John law zone was reinforced last night assessment are not carrying their fire laddies, the : be on your doorstep again tomorrow. Congressional sources saida
and reports from that allJewishcity just proportion of the tax burdenin times as many people per square bill I embodying Mr. Truman'said
c. "BinHart.. Bill's Cigar Store. Florida." kilometer of her Western
indicated the British Army any will be introduced
67 W. Church St.: Alvin W. Sikesof was preparing to meet an under- The big companies, which "com- neighbors and it was necessary to ,

Herman's Package Store. 545 ground Jewish threat to break pletely dominate the private"elec- reduce the population so Germany Oil Test Patterson Dies [Continued on Page Z-A CoL 21
tric utility field in Florida extend -
W. Central Ave and Mrs. Elva could support its people.
through. into districts and
Duke of Duke's Dental Laboratory Posters were distributed by communities many the taxing committee said, The Associated Press reported The WeatherORLANDO

18 E. Church. Irgun Zvei Leumi. Jewish resist- that Bidault said France considersthe Ocala In Chair MondayTALLAHASSEE
[Continued on Page 2-A, CoL 5] AND VICINITY
Officers confiscated $2,110 from ance organization declaring "we dense German population a two
Generally fair and cooler today
four of the locations and a large will break through the ghetto. Government Planes war potential that could be linked in I and tonight with continued cool
number of boxes of Cuba and [Special to The Sunday ,. to Her- [AP] Wilbur -,
Meanwhile the sound of rifle with the German industrial potential tomorrow.

bouts tickets records and other fire was heard last night in cur- Bomb Paraguay Rebels and Marshall commentedthat OCALA- known Paul Patterson will die 1"

lottery equipment. Largest cash fewed Jerusalem's Jewish residential ASUNCION, Paraguay [UP] Bidault's plan struck at the being made by the in the electric chair at the LAKELAND IAP] Cloudy and

takes reportedly were taken at district. Rehavia. The Government of President heart of the German problem. Company to begin Orange State Prison in Raiford Mon- slightly cooler in the Northern and

the City Drug Store and Shanly'sDrug Higinlo Morinigo faced with a The Foreign Ministers meetingalso fatality in day unless he is granted an Central Districts of Peninsular
week-old revolt of the army gar- operations on the
Store which yielded over I'Illth-hour reprieve. Florid, with showers and mild
Men Aboard Navy rison at announced marked clash between
Conception was by a -
Camp Ranch a the State I| Patterson, who was convicted 6
9700 each.A yesterday that reinforcementshave I !(weather in the Southern Districts
the East and the West on 4 of
was of the first degree murder
Ship Ask RescueHONOLULU been sent north to "bolster southeast of Ocala i forecast for the Fed.I
i was today by *
group of 25 law enforcement the problem of the boundaries of north- ,Harry F. Raines. Daytona Beach I
officers quietly took over opera- T. H. [UP] The troops! fighting revolutionaries"The against the Conception German States. Russia accusedthe two or three days. I a south-.(detective, was denied the rarely- eral-State Frost Warning Service.

tion of the locationsat pounding of heavy swells weakened Heavy drilling James Joe granted writ of error coram nobis I No frost danger was expected
six suspected Government also announced Western powers of cutting I
11 a.m. with search the bulkheads of the broken been moving toward man. by the State Supreme Court yes- through Tuesday morning.
yesterday that Government planes had I
historical lines in establish- ;
warrants, replaced the operatorsand Fort Dearborn's stern section yes- bombed "military targets" in the across several days, arousing a reckless,Iterday.I The death sentence has 1! &
lag boundaries for States within ,
the 22 aboard on been affirmed by both the Florida
continued "sales" to "cus- terday and men '
tomers." asked Navy ship standing nearby Concepcion zone last night but no their zones and of hoping to create speculation among ',and United States Supreme Courts Cracker Jim Sez:
them off before the results were disclosed. This is the a federalized Germany which the who have been stirred skull I land W. W. Judge. Patterson's attorney -
The raids worked so smoothly In.ffPJme to take third aerial attack against the I Some of them there Spring
IIIIIo instances that waiting ,lines section founders. rebels announced by Morinigo. i Soviets oppose. intervals over a period three I' said he will not make any |rosten-ears is getting< plumb nearly
Boyle was I
As planes scoured the mid-Pa- rumors of new efforts new appeals. 'ready for the eatin. an Jed Prod'sole

[Continued ,en Page %-A. CoL 21] :cific 1,100 miles northwest of Hawaii Red Rule of New York I I British Isles Hit oil in this county.It highways I, Judge filed his! petition for the woman done r-
seeking some trace of 12 of out that writ on an affidavit by 1\1n. tole me she was (
Death Toll Rises the Fort Dearborn's crew who Newspaper Guild Cited By New Blizzards has been 12 favor-I i I' Herbert C. Willson of Daytona goin to make l i
abandoned ship in an open boat LONDON [AP] New blizzards since actual oil of r Beach who claimed that she was some new bread "'- '
GENOA AP] A sixth death resulted four-days ago, the danger to the WASHINGTON [UPI] Milton ,swept the British Isles last night activities have been traffic. I an eye-witness of the shooting next week if the i .
from the explosion which crew on the wrecked tanker's stem Murray, president of the American and floods that burst into 'Thames 1 and that Raines was killed by sun came out '
the One well ,
shattered the hull of the United section increased with continued Newspaper Guild [CIO1. told the I I I Valley waterworks brought grim county. a'A motorists I/ Charles J. Reese Jr.. and not brite like. That
House Labor Committee yesterday ed west of the city
weather. threat of disease to millions. new bread is
Stages motor ship Edmund Fan- Patterson.
the New I to
Communists "dominate"
ning at a dock in Genoa Thursday.He York Guild and "guide" the Los I..I The new heavy snows were general northwest ,. signs; Reese died of a pistol wound made that by shuckin ,
corn an put-
from the South of Englandup *
Market! )
was identified as William Big Bite in Black Angeles local. into Scotland, still virtually cutoff success. I I which a Volusia County coroner's tin it on the roof
O'Bnen. an American citizen.Toniaht's He named as Communists John New interest In oil Jury said was self-inflicted shortly -
BERLIN [AP] Police said yesterday by last week's storms. till it dries an then grinin it out
they had confiscated 300.000 Ryan. executive vice-president of I i Nearly 1.250,000 Inhabitants of here in 194S when Plane before Patterson's trial in in corn meal for to make combread -

Movies false teeth from black market I the New York local and William London's East End and Eastern thousands of acres of March 1945. with. That's the sweetest
BEACHAM. : -Lady: lAck," 1:00: 3:10' sources and were on the trail of Brodie. executive secretary of the and Northern suburbs were warn-t. Missing: Mrs. Willson said she had not I bread there Is an come TuesdayI'm
1:20.: 7 30. t 40 recorded. This activity I
Los Angeles Guild. I revealed that she was an eyewitness -
Ron: "Lady: lAck 1-00.: 3.10. S.2O.COLONY : 600,000 more. ed by an emergency BBC: broad- for an I | a goin to have that corn a
'.30. roe cast to boil drinking water for into last year when it plane and, to the slaying earlier because I dryin on the roof-top.

4:10. 4'00. :7:59."Two 9,45.Smart People- 320. LOCAL CITIZEN WILL BE HONORED, supper over their meagre fires. ed to have slowed missing on I'she was fearful of her life. In her t i iI' -11:
CAMEO "Ood If My: Co-Pilot." 2:00.: of the acreage had was I'affidavit she contended her husband TODAY'S TIDES
:3.55. 5 55. *SO. ':4S. The ranch is owned b 40-mile- who she; said also was an Oartwa B.acM, Tidmi Hich 1'4' a m?
GRAND: -GMtius At Work." 1'00. 3'25. Snow Ends Mild 3,111 Dm: low 922 cm. *23 pm.
45. I'UI 10:35.: "Shadowed.-.IS. 11..0- / Deeds Camp Brothers. up eye-witness of the slaying was I C:.ca SMC TKHK Hl,h 2,M a m 3.2
7 OO. t 25 Or/anrfoan/ Gets Golden in Midwest Henry N. Camp of poor the murdered and did not commit ;a m.. low 2.32 .m. t,33 p m.
RIALTO"Thr*. Llttte Girls In Blue" Spell I SebaMia. MM r*... Kick 254 sm.
'**. 4 50. t:3V! 10.20Gay Blade" l-OO Camp Jr. of Tampa. here re- suicide as determined by a coraI 121 p m low 2275m. 9.2 p m,
9,45. 30. 9 15 CHICAGO TAP Cold and occa- also own another I ner's jury. I lull pit..... ILl.34' iMi II 34.
BABY. GRAND: "Le.*, Honor and Oood- Awards at Meet Tuesday NightThe sional snow flurries ended a mild LOCAL TCMPCIIATUIIC
5JJL. 3.45. .::5S- 10:10.r..... Went j'i I the northeastern part I Reeer4 bY U. B. Weatbtr Bureil *tMvoicl
WIM225.. 50 ISO spell in the Midwest yesterday : **! Airport:
VOOU1t: r11 a'. Book of Golden Deeds will be while Southern California baked Clarence SALE TOMORROW Maximum HCaaiais to the
10th Camp
4 40 5:20. 10:10.: TretI.." 3,40. chapter I| 1'i 1 pm .U,"_, 14
1.20. 500.DRIVEn1. with the announcement of the 1947 I in a heat wave.Temperatures. he had not had a 2 am 64 2 ps ___ e4 c
: : ""ia old Sacramento," written here Tuesday "I in the Midwest drillers since Thursday i I{ 3 am 44 3 pm __ 53 .
APOPlCA: 'Blondie'" .- by the selection 4 mm 62 4 54 .
Mom..t.C'LERMOKT judged
B1& award which will go to the person .were well below normal and Orlando's om c
: "1a.r." j had been out of the Sponsor 5 sa 62: 1 pm __ 54
DKLANDCms My Heart" DREKA committee as having contributed the most to the commu- zero readings were recorded "I don't believe ,the Sam 113 5 pm 64
"Under KtTtda Ski*."' .11 North Dakota. I --
I'Montana and "
rant*' the I ished the derrick yet 5 mm 64 5 pm IS
1)8118-) Crew My: Heart nity during past year. I low normal temperatures "but I understand ow March 29-30 0 ... 44 5 pm -
GROVELAND: '1.... Her T. Hesv, announcement and present- mittee are: Mrs. E. Harold Johnson most of the Eastern 13 as 02: 10 pm __ 54l2
UK: WALES: -Man Ie." The president of the Sorosis Club: over start. drilling in It .. __ 113 It a.. _____, "
""1'1.LEUBURO... Of Their: -M.Liyea.K... NIDI 1oIuaic._" FAIK:, ation of the award will be madeat the Rev. Carpenter; Linton Allen the nation.forecast A slight for warming the Midwest trend r, days. of opening of advance ticket sales to-, a. __ 43 12.. UhU"

8AKPORD: TlM Raiorl Idee. a dinner meeting of the Or- president of the First National was of committees for Orlando's first ELSEWHERE
starting Monday.Boy's ,
lando Exchange Club sponsor of Bank; C. Ernest Willard, vice- I for municipal airport on March I WAStOKOTOIf Charter
1947 march 1947S.1W.w.1.l the award. Tuesday at 7 pjn.. at president of the Florida Bank: J. report of tcmperatwe. tile 24 fcorI
the Chamber of Commerce. C. Brossier. editor of The Orlando Body Found A.il.ca L.wa I h... Af today. by L. E. Tool!, general chair-,I I ending Stat**5 t Mi: L. I Matte. M. L*
Principal address of the evening Star; Dawson and Charles E. Lim- 1. Aibenn $7 27 i Memphis 47 33AUaUi
::2Lime '
From Tree Service 39 Miami S* 13
16'17189 lOEJn will be made by Dr. Marshall C. pus. secretary to the committee. Hanging I of the!I' don R. ElweD, public relations: AU'ntv Qty 4* 31 Mesa -St PI :21 17
Dendy. pastor of the First Pres- Previous winners have been: ALBANY. N. Y. tAPJ The nude ticket Police Chief Roy Larson, field BinmatfcM 54 31 39 Mafeite lit 44Botton
J7 Montfraierr 13 77Bolfsla
Z3 24 25 26 27 28 byterian Church.Announcement. MaJ. Albert Walsh. Mrs. N. M. G. I body of a slender, red-haired boy leadership marshall; Walton McJordan. distinguished : ; _. 23 Few Orlran M 4* ,
29 of the winner Prange (deceased]: Miss Corinne about 12 years old was found yesterday j guests; O. L. Sands ClutUiMO 27 Few York 54 41

31 will be made by the Rev. Paul S. Robinson. Newton P. YoweU. Rob- hanging from a tree limb in charge airport; Arthur Yergey. entertain-I ChlCM 28 28 M 15 I nuiAdelphl Pbortlx M 54 3C3crelD4 44

Carpenter,president of the Orange ert S. Carr. Mrs. Alton B. Whitman -I in a wooded area at the outskirtsof to be I ment: Merle Heasley reserve section DmJlM 45 :3O ; PttUbwtb 34 24
Ministerial Assn.. nd Mrs. Pettus residential i Denver 35 Portland.!** 53 3*
County a Walter L. Hays. Loudonville. Albanysuburb. the nation ; Alex Akerman Jr. reserva- Detroit is: tl'I Richmond 42 33
19+7 April 1947.Li. member of the selection commit- Lee and Dr. Hamilton Holt. show in tions; Ed Zorian ticket sales; Oalnstoa 6Z 50' SkLm* '33 23
Reservations at $1.50 per person Police said three youths who GRIFFIN Wil Wil- Jacksonville 95 53 I ass Antonio 4* 34
tee.The Paul Mears, transportation; Kama Cut 30 29 I S.rraneiao M 44
at. Tue 1.41 ''how 1Fa Set award will be presented by may be made at the Chamber were target shooting had discovered ll Gen. L. liam Hayney registration; R. H Key: West $1 73 I Sannaa M 44
123 W. W. Dawson Jr. president of of Commerce or with any memberof the boy. with his hands tied ._ \ chairmen: Donaldson. 'patron's committee; KBOXTtn 50 29 i 'Sattl M 37j
[;] Bock 44 ft i Tamp M
8 the Exchange Club. I the Exchange: Club until noon I behind his back. His identity was I U4-'rUJ-L I Col. Courtland Johnson bason I f j Let Little ABf.IC4 77 45 I t VtekjfrWf 93 JJ
Members of the selection com Tuesday. not established Immediately. officer: Henry Balch. press; GOT- [Continued on Page 7-B, CoL 2] Loel.vtya 3t 27 | Wuttatoa M >1w


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.t r 'Page 2 El[ trfJr fcmtbag &mttnft-& r Orlando, Florida, March 16, 1947 f Utility Tax"System Aviation Group final yesterday.session of their convention 1![ Council., and G.R.Wayne E. Burritt Gray of of Tampa orlando -

E. J. Pinalre. also of Tampa.
were retained national

i Red Press AttacksOn Congress To Get 'k Names OrlandoansTAMPA and was Owen elected F. Sellers.secretary-treasurer Tallahassee. councilors of the NAA.as

.. a Hit Tampa was rAP elected J. Rex president FarrIor of of O.Miami.L. Sands.Randolph Orlando.Mat J. K-Jackson-Shinn. Rain Cancels Show

N 0M the Florida State Council of the ville and N. G. Hutchinson Hollywood TAMPA API AD event at the

President Mount Crisis Account 4 ';': v [Continued from Page 1] National Aeronautic Assn. at the The, rice-presidents.retiring president of the celled All-Woman yesterday Air because Show were of rain.can-

I but though they cannot "be cor-

:. MOSCOW [AP] Pravda, Communist Party organ, [Continued from Pace 1] .> 4. rectly considered as local enterprises -

\ 'made a bitter second Soviet attack on President Truman's I In the House tomorrow U a draft .w. x they are still assessed by {
4 .
.Greek-Turkish; policy yesterday, declaring it did not serve can be completed by then. r ,k j local assessors. : ,. : : .
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"The shortcomings of such disconnected -
!!the cause of peace and security and "renders valueless"United 3. Senators made plans to deluge 5 r .'- ..,,-
i assessment are : :
1 States declarations of faithfulness to the United with
the Administrations xxz Tax values and actual

I.{ Nations.Echoing' the same arguments as I questions about what the projected values don't even remotely equaL"

those advanced Friday in Izvestia. [ Arrested I aid to Greece 'and Turkey ss The committee reported only
j jas.
the Government newspaper but Eight I means in terms of the nation'sfuture two other States have electric

1- even sharper In some of its conclusions I and of additional commitments s K utility taxes lower than 110rI ... .
Pravda declared the pro- I to aid other nations threat- I ida's. It recommended that responsibility -
posed economic and military aid for assessing electric -
_ to Greece and Turkey was "Imper- : In Bolita Raids ened by Communist domination. gas water, telephone, pipeline -
ialist expansion under the guise of Sen. Taft R-O.l] said last nighthe companies and all public
charity. I would seek to determine from utilities lying in more than one
It was expected that Premier [Continued from Page 1] War and Navy leaders whether tax district shoud be transferredfrom -.:
Stalin would receive Secretary there is "any danger" that aid to local jurisdiction to a State
: of State Marshall any time now. 'of customers were unaware that Greece might lead to war with yam,. tax commission. Creation of
and that when he did he would the establishments were not doing Russia. such a commission was urged
i I speak his mind with utter frank- business as usual until officers "I assume the answer would recenty by the tax committee.
flashed their badges and an-
, ,| ness. nounced "that's all for today., be 'No.: Taft added "but I think PAUL PORTER Turning to railroads, the com-
: Pravda made an apparent refer- police: reported. the question should be asked speedng home mittee declared that "by every
,ence to Marshall when it said "the Several potential ticket purchasers nevertheless. standard" Florida's rail lines "are
leaders of. American policy coulddo who attempted to leave the I The questions by Senators were currently not being assessed at<
worse than ponder_ over the locations when it became apparent I being framed at the invitation of to Greece. The .President's plan anything like full value. It said
:fact that under contemporary the law had taken over were haltedby i Chm. Vandenberg R-Michl] of the for unilateral action by the there were "serious Inequalities'
.!conditions attempts to realize any policemen blocking the exits Foreign Relations Committee. He United States, he said "drives between counties with some assessing DOBBS 2,
(plans for world domination are. and returned embarrassed to be and Chm. Eaton R-N.J.l] of the United Na- non-operating and fixed
another nail in the
,: failure. at close to 100 per cent
'inevitably doomed to questioned.All House Foreign Affairs Committeehave property
It was evident the Russians be- ticket purchasers and per- pledged that they will demand tions' coffin." with others dropping as low as 25

I illeved Marshall helped formulate sons obviously waiting to buy a public answer from the Meanwhile 'Assistant Secretaryof per cent. -
,'I the Truman policy and there numbers were released after evidence Administration to every question The citizens' group said State
State Willard Thorp said Mr.
; were many observers here who believed ,- was obtained by the officers. raised by the proposed aid pro- and local taxes on telephone com- 1'
; Marshall's definition of Most of the patrons were Negroes Truman's assistance program envisaged panies in Florida are much lighter
.. American democracy which was It was reported. gram.Vandenberg yesterday sent a dispatch to Greece of tech- I than In other Southern States and .

laid before the Foreign Ministers Sa complete was the'surpriseof letter to Senate Democratic leader nical experts representing manyU. I commented that "most of the
valorem taxation of
criticism of ad
I i'' Council Friday was a supplement the raids that at one place a Barkley [Ky.] inviting questions Government agencies. electric utilities in Florida appliesto ;;..
to Pres. Truman's general attack ..
(against totalitarianism. Negro man stepped up after a from Democrats.Best Henry Villard deputy directorof I the telephone industry." -::- t':

Pravda said that the assistance for deputy ticket.had taken over and asked present indications were the State Department's officeof It reported "the correct valuation The beautiful golden tans of the Palomino horse
a the President's program will be for tax purposes of the West- .
proposed by Pres. Truman would Near Eastern and African affairs -I : rfis:
strengthen "the same reactionary Showing his badge the officer approved by Congress though said the proposed assistanceto I I em Union operating in Florida
I regime in Greece which led the asked "Are you sure you want that perhaps not in time for it to become Greece does not constitute intervention falls somewhere between $4 mil- are captured in fur felt. another .
country to bankruptcy" and thatI number?" effective by March 31. the in that nation's inter- lion and $10 million and is prob-

"the dispatch of American Civil G-r-e-a-t G-o-dl" the Negro ex- deadline for withdrawal of British nal affairs since it Is being offer- ably twice as" large as the present thoroughbred in hatsintroduced by Dobbs for .
and military personnel the pro- claimed. "No suh. I don't want no forces in Greece. ed in response to an urgent request assessment. '
Z gram of training specially selected number atall. Questions being raised among from Greece itself. It added the State and local tax the Florida '
spring season.
; obedient executors of the will of Teams of policemen and deputies Senators so far took such lines as Thorp maintained that the pro- burdens of Western Union appear ., -
in conducted the simultaneous raidson be posed program does not circum- higher in Florida than in the rest ,
foreign capital in Greece mean what future obligations might .
I' the six Cuba headquarters according vent the United Nations since UN of the nation. "
fact the liquidation of the stateof Involved in other parts of the
to plan revealed to them t Among its recommendations the $10 to $20
independence of Greece and a a world how the money will be has no machinery in operation to abolishment of ,
immediately prior to the action commission listed
provide assistance and
Administration economic
her of American spent whether the
imposing upon
I gross domination.. with deputies serving search warrants contemplates extending the Mon- administrative "know-how" to dis- all State county and municipal
and police blocking exits tressed nations. I occupational license taxes on pub-I
; As for Turkey,Pravda said the Black explained.The roe Doctrine beyond the Western utilities. These would be re-
I country "as Is known has by plan laid to clamp down on Hemisphere and what risks of IliC by a single business occupa-
no means suffered from the war. the locations yesterday in orderto war are involved by a. bold stand Planes Search Gulf tion tax collected and retained by ,
How then can one explain the catch the peak of the week's against Russia in Greece and MIAMI lAP] Coast Guard and the State and figured on a gross I i .f
( necessity to grant urgent assistance business at the Cuba drawing resulted Turkey. Army planes were searching the receipts basis. Twenty-five dollars
te that country" In the largest number of Sen. Ellender D-La announced] Gulf of Mexico yesterday for two would be charged for the first
time yesterday he would oppose theAdministration's Virginia men missing aboard of with the scale j T
Declaring the American plant arrests ever recorded at one a $9,999 receipts +LJ'
was really to "extend the Monroe Involving numbers operators. Black plans for trans- 20-foot boat which broke adrift going up to $25,000 for $10. million .
fer of equipment and
f Doctrine to.the Old World the said. arms to military Greece or Turkey. from a yacht a week ago. and over. (
t newspaper asked why if Greece '
f and Turkey were really threatened. Many snakes estlvate. that Is. Ellender also urged that the Milk was the source of 14 per- Trieste, now under United Na- II \ Doorway to a.Man"s World

*. the United States did not apply to suspend their activities during machinery of the United Nationsnot cent of all U. S. farm cash incomein tions control was settled In pre- CN
*. the United Nations. the hottest part of the Summer. be sidetracked in giving aid 1945. Roman times.
Pravda then charged the President '
had "preferred to act in dis- \ \. ,
| regard of UN without taking Into J .- ... ..
consideration that such a dis- :- -

r dainful attitude .renders valueless l .. .
the declarations of the United .-', 'F------. ,_'..
States about their faithfulness to ) ;: ....t.;f",
I Joi; : -
the cause of this International organlzation. ,ti : .'. r
.. .' l IZ :.-.
'" .
| The newspaper said the Tru- ,, ,. 0" : }

I man "adventurist" course had .
evoked favorable response chiefly \ : ;;!. :'
I t from such sources as Franco circles "; : -=.,;.: ,

1 In Spain and Winston ;- .# ,_ '. .... . i
while rais- ; ... I'.1<:.. -
Churchill In England /. :, : ,
; .. : ;f "
ing questions of Its wisdom circles.from ..1 : : : : ;,.. ', ;. ..:':i'r ; ,
"sober-minded American '.'-J .,!: I u:.. HiME-- y t
Some delegates to.U1e''Foreign .... t. .,.!.. .--. ,. iJ
Ministers Council Interpreted thisas : t. .. .toft! t. n 1" '. ,
f. ,
a reference to the radio attackon .. ."
the policy by Henry A. Wallace '" '. :
: :: I.
-t. .,
I former Secretary of Com :
: :
; 'merce. The Soviet press and radio .- ..
1 made heavy use of the Wallacei .

i address yesterday. -. ... 11
f -
J: KEY WEST""([API Pres. Truman. .. *. ,
.. -
t apparently In an optimistic frame : -
\ -*-4:
; of mind over the outlook for favor- 7 -
.ft. :
: able action on his plea for support ;
:I of Greece and Turkey against
.- Communist encroachment likely
will remain on vacation here until L s t CLAD FOR COMFORT IN _" ; ., .

2 Wednesday. "
\ The absence of official COY-

I I 1't' sow eminent in two reaction confidential from Most mes-- c\. ,-... -..--.,. -jrf- .,.,..;..r. ,

:,I sales yesterday from Secretary
I; ot State Marshall plus encouraging .f i.
: reports on Congressional
i: sentiment were factors In the fw:3

I i I President's It also was decision.made known by competent \; %4&t MJ. SLk4h '

; but unquotable sources wiz ,
; that Marshall was fully advised InS : ,,
I advance of Mr. Truman's messageto _
S Congress Wednesday.
\x .

{ of Navy Forrestal warned yester- Henry L. Jackson, internationally famous style authority, writes

;,, day that the United States must .. ... ;
jj stop dribbling away its military '
; strength before It becomes so weak feature article on this widely) accepted manner of .i .
{ that "we will lack the capacity tot ;:.:.

defend ourselves or anyone else. ... ..:'f'
I Without making any direct dress for Collier's March 22nd issue.Rutland's ;,;
I reference to Pres. Truman's plan t ...h. ,.'.., ,.r
I to rush financial and military
I, aid to Greece and Turkey. For- ../
natal told the Foreign Policy

f I Assn. it was doubtful right now
i that the United States could put
| up even the comparatively smalli 1< T
show of force needed to fulfill _, 1. ..
Its military commitments to the .: 4--:

United Nations. .: .-. '.
f Forrestal painted world conditions -

gloomily and said peace does 1 ?

not depend on disarmament but vwt .. ...
: on the attitude of the three great .:..;:'t. -.-; .. -

military powers the United The metal-buttoned blue flannel Jacket b:4. :: : ,., .
States, Britain and Russia. <', '.,: -:
Wad for resort wear. Worn with a striped j
,. ,
LONDON API] Two British .basque shirt, light-colored gabardine slacks,

one newspapers labor expressed one conservative uneasiness and at sport shoes and Montego tan Dobbs straw. presents a fine collection/ of Jackets .

Pres. Truman's new policy yester-
; day and said Britain should try 4
for Florida
to mediate the differences between r, and slacks combinations designed ., .
i Russia and the United States.

f. "Our first speech reaction Wednesday to Pres.Truman's I k==# yr{ wear and styled by Hart Schaffner & Marx,,... *. 1l
was one of uneasiness. Our second > j ,5 tM"' '

said thoughts the Dally are Herald.no happier.Labor" i:; > ,.1:. and Society Brand. :; ..:..:;; 'If. .

partYOl'&n.Lord BeaverbrookS Conservative ,.r 'tf } '5 < .. :< !

I Daily Express called for a "mighty : .__-4 ;
effort to British diplomacy" to ,:k-" ,.y- !i>; ,
."; : ,.. ,- -: r.tcx'X ,. <
ease the tension so "the rival -- t-: .. J'
: "
standpoints of our friends shall .:J'..... '.Y--'- ; <'
not harden Into a collision or slipa : .z,., / .d '
deadlock." F fv" ....... A .. fs, 1-; J'. 7
Experienced travelers are wearing diagonal check =y .. ':' ,. 1
LAKE SUCCESS [UP American '' '',\ t
a .
officials: disclosed last night or overplald Jackets with contrasting gabardine or "t ,. b,; .

the United States has mapped amore flannel slacks to save wear on their business clothes. .. '' 1 :' ,

t aggressive initiativegrabbing Wear this outfit In Florida with straw hat and two- ....... ..
policy in the United Nations ; 4 I 1
as part of the new antiCommunist tone shoes switch to snapbrim felt and brogues i ti :lf 4j ,

I Pres.foreign Truman.policy outlined' by for traveling. Illustrations photographed in Florida :' :.

UN They will said prove U.that S. activities the President's In the for Collier's March 22nd issue Doorway to a Man's World t

request for unilateral American 1
action In Greece and Turkey does >. )
not mean the U. S. Is pushing the

UN to the sidelines. .. 1

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Reece Pleads for COP- r :


'Party Unity, Team Play' s-ct-


WASHINGTON [AP] Chairman,Carroll Reece of the fOtl

Republican National Committee agreed last night with ( SEARSI WAY
Sen. Baldwin [R-Conn] that "the Republicans back homeare SEARS

impatient" for action by Congress on important issues

and renewed his call for "party unity and team play.- "

It was this "party unity"plea by /.
Reece in an editorial in the Re- ROEBUCK AND CO. %li ( -
i it'llt &nnbag &rtttinrl-&tar publican News that aroused the ire AND
"- ORLANDO. FLORIDA of Sen. Morse (R-Ore.l. Morse In I ,
i' MARCH 16. 1947 PAGE I3A1 a Senate speech called the editoriala n' '
"brazen demand for reactionary
control of the Republican party." Jfk. "
He agreed with Baldwin that the
record made by this Congress will
r.u have an Important.beartng on the -
1948 Presidential election. Since
the most Important responsibility
of the committee is to elect a Republican -
= President and Vice President LOOK YOURSHIMMERING r .:
he said the facilities of the
committee are available to all Re- i
publicans in Congress.
Baldwin said the "impatience"
,among Republicans back home was
"unreasonable" for they seemed NAVY ;
;to be demanding action on the
whole party program in eight BEST x

But he told Reece the question
now is, "Are we going to haveIt
done in 28 weeks" JESk \\ S 38-44 7.98Ever I
Reece agreed the "impatience"
is due in some degree to lack of

understanding. He said many with I flattering with its slenderizing s I:
whom he talked on a recent swing
about the country failed to realize PASTEL CHECK-MATES : lines comes forward enhanced
I ," trw jstt"r that the new Congress elected in with snow'white polka dots. Tailored

November did not take office until with an' eye to the full figure the
January or that longer time was
V neck. the two piece effect and the J
needed to organize under a wholly
new legislative program.M'Arthur trim lines are what you've been looking i

9-11:;. 7 9 8 for. Softening scalloped sleeves p .n ,.. j

Cites and a matching shoulder flower lend s
PRETTY LORRAINE MILLERis / the dressy touch.
one of the many buds in ic
the dancing ensemble of Billy Nippon SwingTo a L Faultless tailoring from the slashed '- i 1

Rose's Diamond Horseshoe.She w neckline to the flare In the single- j

e pleat skirt. A design created to
is a college girl, art stu-
dent and dramatist. Her danc- DemocracyTOKYO accent the Junior figure with a I. 1

ing pays the way: "Night life TAP] ,An earthquakeand harmony of checked contrast.
is no handicap to an ambitiousgirl new advances toward democ- e Aqua and brown yellow and
she racy featured December activities brown dusty rose and brown / ,. .
/ says. In Japan. Gen. MacArthur said in e
the buttons and the belt
his report for that month released fi
today [Sunday]. of brown leather.SWEATER l ;/
Grain Bonus He said the earthquake and tidal
wave which struck Dec. 21 left
1.289 dead. 2,364 injured and ..
94,669 homeless. More than 10.000 i : ,
homes and other buildings were a "4s"s1t .
Hailed Rapped destroyed and 24.000 damaged.
Some 2.600 vessels were lost. 1
On the political front. Mac-
WASHINGTON The'Senate Arthur noted approvingly that j
Agriculture Committee voted "the Diet's enactment of legisla- fFi
seven to two yesterday to give tion implementing the new Con- ,
corn and wheat farmers a bonus stitution highlighted Japan's advancement -
variously described by Republican toward democracy. [
He referred to land reform and 71 1
Senators as "only justice" and _., .
"pork barrel labor legislation.The v _

legislation." report recalled that on' I :
Its cost wase.Umate'd Dee. 17 a motion was introducedin
at the Diet for dissolution of f-/I}

from to$313 possibly million t that new election.body and the holding of a S E E T TWINS S 7 .;

$1 billion or .
t The measure was defeated but 3 ,
aT' y
MacArthur has since ordered
The bonus at t., Premier Yoshida holda SOFT SPRING
Shlgeru to
the rate of 30 FIGURE FLATTERING i
new, election to sound out the
cents a bushel r .
will of the people.Shotgun CARDIGANS r"1
would go to far- <
men who did not PULLOVERS !

receive a 30-cent Slayer
premium paid by Kern 34 to 40 4.98 ,h 6 .
the Government on a part of last Of Parents Sister 34 to 40 2.98 0
year's corn and wheat crops. It
would sales Jan. Cardigans with a' dual personality to j, '
apply to between
Gets Life TermROCKVILLE. jacket sweater wardrobe with this
serve as a as a button-up Spice your
1. 1145 and April 18. U46.
sweater. Ribbed knit sleeves and
neck waist and sleeve season's pullover short
Md. rAP] RobertW.
Sen. Langer IB-SD recalled'' Snyder 14, was sentenced to bands for snug fit. In a selection of favorite trimly fitted. In white and in pastels i I ,/
..... that the Government teld farm- life Imprisonment yesterday for Spring shades. S they're perfect complements to your Syr" .
ers then would be ne Increase .y Spring suits and skirts. Others 3.98. f
the Nov. 23 shotgun slaying of his
In telling prices of grains and
foster Ross H. Snyder
father Atty. .9
appealed to them to market i
but ,the court expressed hope
wheat and corn "to help the the boy would "come out of the J

starving,." and for patriotic soon place we will send you and be a FLOWERED POUFFS
credit to society later on." i FASHION FOUNDATION
"After an the little farmers had Young Snyder confessed that In An Easter Triumph ,;
sold their grains then the Gov- a fit of rage he also slew his foster '
ernment came along and paid this mother Mrs. Jane Russell Snyder ALL-IN-ONE
30-cent bonus to the big opera- and the Snyder's adopted daughter. ** 3.98 1
tors and others who had held Jane Ann. 12.
Parole is permissible after 15 = 1 Sizes 34-44 0.98
back. Langer said. "This Is only 1 j r Head turners all! En- -t ;
Justice." years. chanting little flower ,, .',
But Sen. Kem IR-MoJ. like discs in subdued pastels / _
Langer. a farm State Senator Official I in of Spring e 1
said Express or a galaxy Nylon satin distinguishes this
: ,S& A brilliance. So inexpensive _p' all-in-one. Tour assurance ?
"I consider that the present Death you can afford several... you'll be loveliest In
your your
Plunges to S
Congress has a mandate from the BO pretty you'll want all. I :
Easter fashions your silhouette '
people to stand firm against the
type of pork barrel legislation ATLANTA TAP Edward P. I moulded to subtle< 1
represented by this proposed Smith. 54. general superintendentof c smoothness. It holds its I
bonus." transportation in the Southeastfor -.. ; shape!
the Railway Express Agency .
plunged to his death yesterday
'Missing' Cleric down the stairwell of an office

Jailed for Attack building.Police said Smith jumped from Z) ,,
the 14th floor landed on the 12th. I "'"
)% On Young GirlSPARTANBURG and jumped again with his body
landing on the fourth floor. LUSTROUS GRAY .
S. 8. UPI Company officials said Smith i
The Rev. Claude B. Pruitt. 37. recently was promoted to the
Baptist minister who disappearedFeb. superintendent's position. PLASTIC PATENTHANDBAG \ TEA OSE CREPE SLIP
20 under mysterious circumstances _
was joined yesterday on t .
charges of attacking one of the Conciliator AssignedTo 2.95 EDGED WITH LACE ,

members of his congregation. police WU AFL Dispute -
announced.A <:- PLUS Tax'y
warrant for the arrest was WASHINGTON [AP) RonaldW. 98
signed by the father of the alleged Haughton yesterday was assigned 6 T Bias Cut. i
victim who was Identified only as by the U. S. Conciliation High In favor for Spring bags. Swing Into f j :
a young girl who was a memberof Service to mediate a contract dispute the new ,season with a smartly detailed > t :1
one of the two churches Pruitt between the Western' Union "shoulder bag. We've every new version A slip that fits smoothly under
served. Telegraph Co. and three AFL from tailored bags to multiple zipper types fashions. Rayon crepe. daintily
Pruitt is pastor of the Central unions representing 50,000 of thefIrm'ii and dressy effects. A rich color selection trimmed with lace. It wears and

Baptist Church of Cowpens and employes. I washes like a charm. You'll like its
the Orchard Street The AFL groups have discussed
Baptist fine details-the adjustable shoulder
Church giving a strike notice but have
at Mayo. not yet done so. The dispute Involves OTHER STYIES-1.95 TO 7.45 i. traps. Sizes 46 to 50.
The warrant Charged the alleged wages and other demands.
attack occurred the night of
Feb. 1 somewhere, between the .
two towns. Pnmtt threatened "to British Bowling/ TEAROSE RAYON BRIEFS-1.00 :
kill her If she did not consent. ORLANDO Lr r
the warrant said. Exhibit Postponed : ..

..... five The children.minister is married and hasT Sneciol[ to The Afay: Sentmel-Stor] AIR ;;
DELAND-Exhibition matches SPECTATOR PUMP '" I
by the British Bowling team were f. .4. i..

Deafened People May ment postponed weather indefinitely here. The by DeLand incle- in BROWN 'N WHITE SHOW $// ;

Now Hear Clearly] Bowling Club however held their 5.98 ROYAL PURPLE
annual banquet in the Chamberof Sizes 5-9 .
Science has now made it Possible Commerce building attendedby \\ti i
for the deafened to hear 60 members. Light as wings on your feet these SILK HOSE -=_ j
faint sounds. It Is a hearing device \\ Kcrrybrooke spectators are =
so small that it fits in the -
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crafted for comfort and .
hand and enables thousands to \ \
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companionship. Accepted by the toral people. .. 29-30 \ f k
Council on Physical Medicine of
the American Medical Assn. This' Lemon Juice Recipe Pure silk and outsize! The long T2 t

device does not require separate MARCH sought combination for women4 ?" _? ;
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garment to bulge or weigh you ,e c c I A- rt. taupe tones. they're full '
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I Page 4 [A] itlrt &unbau mtbttl- tar Orlando, Florida, March 16, 1947 J '

1 Tucker Congress May

23 Found F Dead SelectedCHICAGO

Glamor Biddies Expeded ; Miss VacationWASHINGTON

t [UP] Five curvaceous select the biddies with which a Miss.Women ',;? i..

In Air WreckageGRENOBLE. full-chested hens were named rooster would most like to be judges were Miss Lenora DETRorr [UP] t 1 [lAP Congress.
glamor girls of the nation's barn- stranded a deserted henhouse. Slaughter, executive director of the revealed yesterday storing under world troubles and

yard yesterday by four beauty ex- They chose a Rhode Island Red annual Miss America Contest and calI7-new "torpedo" difficulties at home may pass up
France [tP] ] An perts who applied their knowledge owned by Mrs. W. Musgrove. Bil- Models Patricia Stevens and Pat an Easter recess.
of to several hundred lerica. Mass: a New Hampshire Varnor. yet off the
airplane searching party cauti- women Easter comes April 6.The House
chickens. owned by Delores Weigle Sterling. : They said they based their hat he expected get through Legislation on
ously wormed its way up the side: The hens were winners in a HI.: a White Rock owned by Vincent i selections on charm personalityand production late President may Truman's request to bul-

of 6,350-foot Moucherolle Peak contest conducted by the Poultry Buscovick. Owatonna. Minn.; 1 posture.Petty The & wark. Greece and Turkey against
yesterday and discovered that and Egg National Board to prove a Barred Rock owned by Roger said he was confused. "All engineer created Communism well ahead of that
four Americans and 19 other per- that hens too. can be beautiful. Jensen. Sheridan. Wyo. and a I know about chickens I learnedat the Torpedo date. '
sona were killed Friday night when The judges. Including ArtistGeorl"e White Leghorn owned by Betty the dinner table." he said. He nounced in 1945. i s, MVMI -
axTAir France Dakota C-47I, air- Petty., were asked to Frances O'Brian. Cedar Bluffs. voted on the owners. for rear-wheel % 7 'do "ltw Informed opinion is that Senate ""
liner crashed and was partly of conventional discussions however may
buried by an avalanche it set off. transmission and ; tt run past Easter. The official
The peak against which the 3t S goal for a vote still is March 31.
Nice-to-Lyon plane crashed with Bank Loses $95,000To'Faultless'Aid Samoa Guam wheel Tucker suspension.has not Republican leaders plan to keep

18 passengers and five crewmen Torpedo but he the Senate running until the matter -
aboard is a few miles north of arrangement with is disposed of. Since both
here. After the wreck was discovered I branches of Congress must approve -
ment for the huge I
the rescue party stood by for any formal recess, this alone
Charters engine plant In
F several hours planning how to UrgedWASHINGTON DOOR, RICHARD? This undecided, frisky deer in could- prevent a Spring holiday.The .
ascend the peak without startinganother His Tucker : Senate which has been
picked window for exit from Utica
a on a N. Y.
avalanche that might $15 million capital criticized by Senator; Bushfield
weep them all to death. ST. LOUIS [UP] A trusted bank employe who "hadno [AP] Secretaryof War Assets factory, into which it had strolled. [R-SD1 for getting little done

bad habits" on which to spend his $6,500 a year salarywas Interior Krug announced yesterday ,1U financial under its Republican leadership

wreck Finally without they trouble climbed and to found the accused yesterday of "juggling" accounts to defraudthe he will ask Congress to fore a full leas next week will start holding ses-
become effective sions every day and perhaps some
all aboard dead and badly. muti bank of 95000. grant charters to Samoa 'and Truman Ready at night.

lated. Eugene J. Mudd, executive vice president of the MerChiang Guam for their own civil: govern- Big-Kale
ment. await Installation
The four Americans aboard were eantile-Commerce Bank and Trust If the former Japanese mandated and conjunction: of

tentatively identified American as soldier Edwin Co., said the employe and a con- i I' islands come under U. S. control in the, plant. Radio Debut Tonight 'tnt neI= tm:
Mantz. 42. an tractor had admitted that they Blames I he said he also will seek similar are busy
returning to Germany from a furlough I p"v
charters for the Marshall design of the
# conspired over a period of years to
in Italy; Stephen Anfossi. aNew I' MOVES MERCHANDISE
Carolines and Marianas. principal features
York reporter and Nuel Fa- juggle the contractor's bills for' ChineseReds Krug further commented: Originally. [UP] Margaret Truman, the President's
and Mabel Muller UNRRA arrived here last for her February Average 43.721
ber bank. night second
services to the 1 Alaska, like Hawaii should car to sell below $ attempt -Hlibeit circaUUoB .. Oar Hiilery>
workers. Mudd said the case had been For RebellionNANKING get statehood. announcement said before an estimated nationwide radio audience of
turned over to the FBI. He said pete in the listeners tonight. -
Canadian railroad Interests
FILM LIBRARY' he the assumed men into the custody.FBI would The take loss [API Generalissimo In British Colombia want to talk with Tucker Buick and : 1 23-year-old- ash blonde coloratura soprano was un- BELTONE GIVES ,

1 PLENTY OF FILMPHONE over with the U. S. possible con I <.-
was Insured he said. Chaing Kai-shek charged Chinese early design make her professional de-
struction of coastal railwayto BETTER HEARING
1 \ S17U Mudd said the employe "didn't Communists yesterday with armed Alaska. a with the front 1 the Detroit Symphony I daughter.

C .' taU Edgewater DriveHMM'S smoke didn't drink didn't I rebellion which he said the gov- feature may on "The Sunday Eve- The President will listen at his AT' ALL TIMES I -
3-He doesn't plan to do anything tom-built T I. I vacation headquarters In Key
Camera Stop gamble. ernment must quell by force. last week because of
about the coal mines situation light will turn West. Fla.Central.
t who had worked Using the strongest languageyet
The employe until John L. Lewis and the wheels for better Truman will sing three ..h.lf.hIfIrII
for the bank about 13 years was employed publicly by any gov- AFL United Mine Workers comply IN. a.a essa.
Last. Rose of Sum
In charge of real estate managedby ernment official. Chaing chose the with the Supreme Court decision Center eilito Undo" by Padilla. y.id.apr1t.rag?ice.at .

Does Stomach Mudd the said.bank's trust department... impressive setting of Dr. Sun Yatsen' and ation cancel notice.Lewis' contract termin- be abandoned produced.for Oiseau" by David. I

white marole tomb speaking program is heard over
he would "
Krug explained propose permit hand &
Verdi'opera "Aida" was first to the executive committee of the charters for the Pacific Islands ing. network from 8 to 9 reNSS t:
aid Bloat
: Gas performed Cairo. Egypt Dec. Kuomintang government, party] similar to that of the Virgin Tucker called .

24. 1871. from the Tomb's towering flight of Islands. officials said a normal h.r.y.w.a"ti .
power engine a for the program was el,
; Make You Feel stairs. power plant." million, but that an
a arr Giving import to his words were'resh Girl, 14, Dies; repairs and 15 million would tune in
accounts of heavy fightingIn done only at the professional

Miserable ? Manchuria and in Shantungand Leaves Piggy ,Bank He said engines of a President's .. '
More and mere
eo Shansi Provinces while government plied only in com pie are fiadng oed
troops continued to pour Cash to Pet DogNEW replacement "like that fteltoae >T-
ft so. here U now you may get blessed yew into Formosa to deal with scantily- ies." Florida's Oldest ndei clear roll*
relief la freeing yowstomach from at reported but continuing unrest in YORK [tUPJ Mary Ellen ano Awning Establishment 4. a e aosm. sw ek"yy
this nervous distress. It works this way: IU.IJI-free acariscat ..__
'y v ytlm. food enters the stomach a that island province. Chiodo. 14, died yesterday in serving the public con all .time .. .
vital gastric Juice must flow normally to Brooklyn after "willing" the con- DR. P. 0. Pains for almost Pln.' the remfert-
food else the Latest pro-government reports tinuously a quar- .
break-up certain particles: tents of her piggy bank to her dog able ,wearabUltT eta
rood may ferment Sour food. acid Indigestion from Manchuria said the Communists NERVE ter of a century.Awnings aisle tiey_gait.
of sufferers from the
Skippy. pains and
and frequently cause a morbid -
gas attacking In strenl"th.had Ellen suffered from arthritis Rheumatism Swollen .
touchy fretful peevish nenoua Mary a I .Sciatica and Neuritis bars ,,
closed In three sides of
condition loss of appetite underweight on :
heart disease for the last 12 years Complete to discover that the Doctors
restless weakness.- Tehhwei. 50 miles northeast of X-ray --
sleep Remind; starts circulating and Perth Certain
1944 her chief G
To ret real relief you must Increase Changchun the regional capital. concern 531 Catheart St. blood almost immediately after ONa-UNIT
the flow ef this vital gastric Juice Uedl- was not for herself but for Skippy. : osusll'helping nature remora Made te lour Order.
cal authorities. In Independent laboratory ur 0eR RATES The Communist radio at Yenan warts sod ema acids that otter HEARING AIDWE
Ellen's last Instructions
tests stomachs by = Mary ta and soreness, and at the same S -r
t positive onehuman that BBS Tobavenic Is w IL.ubPmatm $75 .b reported that for the second con yesterday. to her parents. Mr. combsUcg the pain and INVITE YOU TO COME IN.
amazingly effective In Increasing this secutive day government planes and Mrs. James Chiodo. and her EAGLE HOME AT NO COST OR OBLIGATION.
en 11..8 1: Offer To
flow when It Is too little or scanty due had thoroughly bombed Yenan : prove what Remind Orlando Awning & FREE DEMONSTRATION.E. .
Paeematically FOR
to a aon-organle stomach disturbance.: $7.71 S 9.40 sister Constance. it. were to "be 1 r'help, TOO feel Improved>> and how
This Is due to the 8S3 Tonic formula and added that Communist de- sure that Skippy was fed and get Remind from your drug
: E 11.67 14.1E 250 APPLIANCE *, exactly directed. See the
as re '
which contains special and potent activating 15.47 18.61 'exfse forces were going into action bathed and brushed,and use the FORMERLY : ::. Too be the judge Unless Window Shade Corp G. BLEAU
tDgredlfJl1tLToDIo against Nationalist troops attackIng in band for and delighted simply return the
Also. 8SS helps bund-up non- $300 22.$5 27.87 or more the Yenan border region in money" my- piggy Ml Orange Ave. and your money back I* PHONE 5613 P. O. BOX 229 Beltone Hearing'Service
organic weak watery blood in nutritional JUrto him. Phones Winter I Don t suffer another hour wutb. .2008 N. ORANGE AVE.
anemIaa with a good flow of h..mtmb sa..ss.f Western Shansi Province. Remind If your druggist Is as) West Church Ph.2-3017
{ this gastric digestive Juice,plus rich red- 4ri"d1y"'t"' Personal The girl and her dog became Orlando I get it from Vl wholesales. I ORLANDO. FLORIDA .
blood you should eat better,sleep better well known in their neighborhood
-- -- -----
t# feel better work better. play better. and often sat on the front porch
Avoid punishing yourself with overdoses Bomb Expert watching other children jomp In
of soda and other alkaltters to >>
counteract gas and bJoatttg'when what 1 1'+-, e..Lt. J J.... the streets. or walk to and from .....
you so dearly need Is 8SS Tonic whelp school.
you digest food for body trengthand k -. N/GOIw aitt7tD_ '

happy repair.-pe 8D..av pa..j.. or.mte Jon. tai]'e.1 belps&et t- I Avoids Notice Bartow Farm Wins '" --$0 ,..._......... .'
__.__Jor bottles-". Get a bottle of 537 N. Drang Art.
ass Tonic from your drug store. today. Chick ShowGAINESVILLE
BBS Tonlo helps Build Sturdy Health. Phono 7181 I Egg
DURANGO. Col. [UP] The Inventor [API Top hon-

of the radar bombsightcame ors were won"by Kenwood Farmsof

home to Durango and shyly Bartow in the Florida Baby C I
: denied that he had anything to Chick and Egg Show which end- ..
WIT THE LAKE COUNTY FAIR do with the device. ed here Friday after a three-day -.- ., e
., t'
stand under the sponsorship of z
r- He Is Capt. William M. Hart-
the Block and Bridle Club of the '. .
ness the man whom Brig. Gen.
E stis. Fla.-March 17-22 Ted Timberlake, commanding University of Florida Departmentof : t ,
officer of the 20th Bombardment : t.-1
Kenwood Farms placed first In ,
Whig, credited with ;
three egg divisions extra large i .,..t.;
"shortening the war. In Europeby whites: large whites and medium ,.
:: N. W.
Bob Hayes Scott. Jr.
six months.
whites: while the Oak Crest Farms -

While here, place your order with, us for a But Harness returned to Durango of Jacksonville exhibitor of the Ass't Manager 1 'ra QtL; -r Manager
determined that the home best dozen eggs at the show-large
Basket of Delicious Citrus Fruit. Prompt folk wouldn't know anything browns-placed first and fifth in

) Shipment, Full Bushel by Prepaid Expressto about radar bombsight.He that division and third in the
New Hampshire Baby Chick '' .1aa
had been notified that a con-:
any point in the United States for $5.00.South test.
story about him was on the ,
way Q. t x( ti ai
to the local newspaper so on the 1147.. ,

day of his arrival. Hartness enter- Orlando Self-Service Laundry NL. ( c

J. E. SHAFNER FRUIT CO. ed asked the: newspaper office and 824 N. Mill TeL ....n >::.; a +

"Would you please kill the "Your Wash Day will be a pleasant -
Bay. St. Eustis. Fla. story" day when. it's done the s I'
He explained that his Inventionwas G. E. Way!"

"nothing. It's just an attach- Use Our Automatic Dryers
ment to the Norden bombsight. he
said. FinS\_'-

Garter snakes have been reported -
far north as the Yukon. T S. COUKT IT. # Ii
N Jest Block From An. r
U Orange _
Deep near the Island of
Body s Wore Guam is about six miles deep. Good Food Reasoaakle PricesTRY

The Human Health SOMETHING A vitamin Plate NEW tS tr

Automobile Home.Baked Paltry aid Ron :r

ttan an i

Complex Could Cleopatra Drink a Pearl. dISN..n i .'

/ n.,: With Stomach Ulcer Pains? "5 <

,,- ..0.= .
An Intriguing story of Cleopatra fc the A View of our Well Equipped Radio Repair Shop
one vbert an admirer praised the beasts: ef
1M two *t her pearls wh upon she dropped
one Into a class ef wine and drank it. .
\ She would hardly: have dose this had she ,,r lay
.uff_ altcr-vatlnc palna. Those who .--- .
WI- are distressed with stomach or nicer pains ". .. 1
ladicestion. aal pains heartburn burninc '
*You wouldn't take your car to a garage and sensation, bloat and other conditions .
s caused by: excess acid should try: tldca Oe Announcing Radio Repair1' Service : -
refuse to tell the mechanic what was wrong.Themechanicwouldhaveeveryrighttodoubt. a 25o First box of dose Udga. mao Tablets ronTince from :your or return dnJaa18L : a Complete I : ....--'. '. i

box to u and let DOUBLE TOUR MONET *
j I B. E. Wolf BACK. _AdT. ::: .' .
your sanity. Yet people frequently refuse rt'O 4 out of 6 who ask fora } .
loan at Personal: and : tell the physician of their ailments. They are answer la "Yes." That's why my ASTHMA SPASMS -,.,. We take pleasure in introducing to Orlando w. -.....:.... :
folks call me Jhe "Yes Man." : .' :
anxious to have an "unbiased opinion." You can get $25 to $300 on Liberal Supply FreeThe ., ; Central Florida Mr. N. W. Scott, Jr., Manager o/ ;. i. .

You signature alone. furniture or development by French ....1f- ... -w '
can sue time and expense by being frank withy aut 0. Complete privacy. Chemists of a palliative formulafor :r"T" .
and his assistant
physician. To do a competent job of diagnosis he Small monthly payments.Up easing the difficulty in coughIng our expanded Radio Repair Shop ];i. "
to 15 to and
mos. repay. on most breathing caused by
needs the history of your symptoms. The human body is loans. spasms of Bronchial Asthma Bob Hayes. Mr. Scott, with over 15 years of er. .
Write or come In to see brought such striking results that ,
far more complex than an automobile.For the best results me at the address given be-
its fame quickly spread over Eu- and :
giTe him all the facts. low. If you phone first you rope. Now Introduced in the .. :. perience in radio manufacturing repairing, .-: ,. ,.
can stop in to sign and pick United States as Bel-Din. 'This ,'
t All we need is the physician's prescription. We are up the cash In one visit. preparation contains the same :. ; will be able to take care of your every need.

Open Mon. thru FrL '-5. I active Ingredients and aids as a
competent to compound it exactly as he specifies. Closed Sat. I palliative to ease gasping choking

Evenings by Appointment and the feeling of suffocation that
oftentimes accompanies Bronchial > ::;
Asthma. Caution: use only as di- S. : :
nNANQ.CQ( rected. The Montrose Sales Co, '" :

Of Orlando Inc.. Dept. R-421.< Montrose. CaL. : .
Angebilt i Pharmacy 24 Switk Or.... O,.n.s is anxious that an sufferers from -:-\ )t-T", "\ '".... .
(Stairway next te FwtoralOrUM Bronchial Asthma Spasms try this '. .... ;.... .
t ."' .:
sake y) 1 : Ja. .ne-
27 N. Orange Ave. Phone 9831 Iasiw WI epiml e.Martea.w eral preparation.supply Free They to win anyone send a who lib- S : ,/ .
h Yf :: YE writes them. If you wish you may ;,-t h' :

.. Ftori** Pinna aU"S'IU send lOc to cover mailing and : ; 1'
handling. Send for It today. v'
t.. -
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San Juan Pharmacy e y WAX $151tter1D1"l. GENERAL ELECTRIC FRANCHISED..DEALEB., :-f::
SI' g'5-4 *' > -
Cbntone That GU! .....l Like-Jet Plane WaxPerfect
2 N. Orange Ave. Phone 5169 fob for Any Car for Station Wagons. Rust
Proofing. 525.ST.
Tel. 8942
356 North Orange Ave.
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{ Profits CitedIn I Florida. March 16, 1947 mtr &nn&m B n nil-BtBx' Page 5 [A] !1 Cotton Food !!I usual structure place and In the therefore wholesale highly price

likely to decline:

"- Price Food- cotton goods shoes
Chrysler : Drops lumber paint drugs leather.

PaY.l1ikeBid i +,; .g/,.g'I"::: .: : Seen by Fall I I fats Small and declines oils. if any. are fore-

I: : seen this year for automobiles,
DETROIT IUP1- CIO .: : WASHINGTON [API C O m- consumer durable goods generally. -
Auto Workers Union : ..:. : ".:.': j : merce Department officials expect I woolens and worsteds furniture -'
night that Chrysler Corp. ::oiTf; price drops by next fall on the and house furnishings iron
last year Justified a wage : I products which have soared high- and steel products paper pulp
to'80.000 Chrysler workers i est in the post-OPA rise-like cot- grains and livestock.
4 ., .
; ; : ton goods and opd. I
a raise in car prices. .::
\ The union now is In ...1' ........ ...,... The forecast is made in a cautious -' When grasshoppers are plentiful -
tions with Chrysler for a : report on commodity prices garter snakes live on the in-
hike of 23 1-2 cents an hour.Walter soon to be published. On the basisof sects.
P. Reuther. UAW the official report department
dent and Norman I economists gave these unofficial
union's Chrysler director f'R conclusions yesterday: WAREHOUSE SALE
"both operating profits and 1. The downtrend will be mild
after taxes of Chrysler to not approaching the depth of a
fourth quarter of 1946 are : true "recession."
than the quarterly averages. }
in. L- 2. It will start around mid- Values
most profitable year
year with drops In a few lines
history then gain speed as more items
The anion chiefs
profits were realized "at a -# ',,. ... come mand.into a balance with de- lI
paratively low level of U
Company officials profits 3. It will be uneven. Some
taxes in the fourth 1 prices may still be rising while 1946 were $16.600,000 as I those fartherest out of line come
with a 1936 quarterly down. I : 358 State St.
16200000. which they & The study lists these items as One Block West, Orange
RobiaMM .
the corporation's best year. I priced far in excess" of their j Between a A Uving.to.I

Gifts Are Made "' C... a 1
.. ..
Memorial to Son !

WICHITA.Kas. API ._." _. ..
,7t.- ,. c-Jeez
shopping for Mrs.Beatrice '
of Wichita was a living 0
this year to her .:it\ A SfBY SHOE
Pvt. John Dale Lamb 3
Iwo Jima In March. 1945. IJAL, 1 F3"
serving as a combat litter
with the famed Fifth N 'q+
vision. .

each Mrs.veteran Crocker in purchased the 1 \ -Towiw" by Styl-EEZ

ministration Hospital at I U the perfect walking
who participated in
that bitterly-contested she*. Its many features
post for 'Japan.LOST .' It. Pt
x have made it a favorite

'52,.Lbs.- '! .}r 'k. f i? with women of all

Amazing Candy Wan : ages. And the

Slims Down.Figure OF FRANK "BUCK" O'NEIL'S friends gathered for a They are, left to right: Wilson Gray, prominent horseman; / "klare-1;t" innersole
s&,c..a..W.re ::ft.'Tfryl.a at the University Club in the Angebilt Hotel last Ossie Bluege, Washington Senators manager; J. J. Mclntyreof
,. L.ho rrIl aATUabedl the veteran newspaperman and director of publicity din-l Cleveland, manufacturer and horseman; Ben White of .Orlando y was takes the wobble out

PL. pd.s k.e o.t.da.*.4.Note -. U. S. Trotting Horse Assn., are shown in the above recognized as dean of the harness horse trainers; L D. ?t; of walking.

r.,."_=rar..t. b.tM_rrewdV ..loin.. Long; and John McSweeney industrialist horseman and one .
-.'. Tbe.r.M b.tbs d'Ctrs": ba.w..d.art..t.lh oM A'IDS( : time candidate for Governor of Ohio. The testimonial was presented 4-

AYDS..-; PI.-. --tae.adr- : Single U.S. Reich Silesia I by leading horsemen. '' TOWNE"

lI r Ir::= == ALL WHITE '
.YbwYri.. ATrY11Nl.. :

w..Yie..r.a.aw. Plaayaadaa-.tcMaati.f Airline MODERN EQUIPMENTWe IF VITAMINSDON'T TAN & WHITE $1 10.95.
h aKau ar
=.Via aipg"oi amatoca.taaai aowm. Deal ProposedBERLIN BUCK UP
,. have done with
PressedWASHINGTON away
."SSS:du.dd. SSTROtJD'S'ROM an. the shaving mug and brush I try NUXATED !
r..at A..Jp. b.r.lra _[API Sen. EOLA BARBER SHOPA. Wtoe TOUT doctor eta* TWO a .ted a SHOE BOX
[API Reliable inform-
=dddrMtdwkAs.iIL MONEYACY : aim't kelp nm. a.trial taoOxr Ukaif. -
D-NevI appealed to .. tr Tt.mla> ". inVXTXATED
$ _u.s ifs-.Pbes ants said yesterday American mili- 1. Dickinson. Prop. !\ : IRON ,help build man full Rdotor
; influential Republicans yes- tary government officials have Orlando's only air-conditioned shot : la year blood.For full led Mood tftv IDIOTof
to join him in plugging for recommended to the U. S. Delegation 22 E. Washington St. \ us to fed hut wonderful. SOrk to NTX 4TET> 12 N. ORANGE AVENUE
IRON tMet for tuft..hfe. Gtr them a fait
2M M. Or .f-2C4 LOr. single U. S. airline for -interna- in Moscow that coal-rich industrial Ylal. But wo..H u directed M tat label
1M LOr-C. flying. Upper Silesia be awardedto
He made public a letter to Sens. Poland and Lower Silesia be left
I Me. Republican leader to Germany in a compromise solution -
and chairman of on Germany's Eastern border.
the Senate Com Such a $solution said these informants -
merce Committee would attain a two-fold
.. .. and Brewster
I objective: Poland would receive
; (Mel. head of an ample compensation for territory
aviation subcommittee 'I'lost to the Soviet Union in Eastern
j asking Poland and Germany would be
them to speed materially aided in again becom- Q
hearings on Mc- ing self-supporting from an agricultural -
00"s Carran's bill toauthorize I standpoint.

a single com- Major issues such as determining I
'1 pany. *the level of German Industry I
"' Brewster said and her future political
I he would aid make-up depend largely on bow
I I 1 McCarran McCarran "b e- her borders are defined, it was
I believe a single American pointed outAmerican
is the only way we can military government
I world competition. figures say Germany would lose
"The British are pouring $600 39.042 square miles of territory
Hospital "'S into their single line." which in 1939 had a population of
Trusses said. The Swedes. 8',2! million including 7 million
Ill French and Italians are Germans. Poland figures say the
Wheel the same thing. I present population is five millionof
which only 600,000 are Ger-
Fail To Cheer I mans.

'IF ;l Cod Liver Oil

LONDON tAP] Britain provides
z t ty
NOVITAt. juice and cod liv-
... IMOUTOR orange p o s-
I oil for youngsters at practically
cost but at least one medical
S29 No. Orange realizes the kids don't illIMOMEI
what's good for them.
Commenting on the decreased

Weston for declared these Items.: Dr. Ast- I R\\ EASE I! Ay

"People simply do not want to
these things. You can go ( ; .
Y. any clinic and see a num-
of smashed bottles on the f
A mother hands a bottle k.
her baby" who throws it out of f

Rico Statehood a ry

by SolonGUANTANAMO : wb..W..10 .r a.r.r1.-5.--..r s.r mmY -

Cuba UPI Rep. Short (IR- in its stride frankly out of desire for something
.] said yesterday that "what -cuVE got the sun in the morning be ever steady stout
need in Puerto Rico is birth and the moon at night-Just like enough to take the most rugged .a bit better than the ordinary.
"-not statehood. In fact. M.LDKMOHHEMUHB everybody else. going.
I said he is against statehood We say not everyone can have such.
Puerto Rico. Alaska or Hawaii. '
said he also is strongly opposed % EASE! You've got little roads to explore, It's.in such plus-values as soft coilsprings That is simply because there's never

the Puerto, which Rican Independence contains .a \!! and pleasant places to go, and nice on all four wheels bodies enough of a most wanted thing to go
mounted to be quiet and
element." friends to enjoy life with, just as studiously round and this is America's most
This new Sonotone with others do. firm and true-a wheel I light yet firm
,Reaches Port Magic Key" solves the greatest under your hand an engine with wanted car.
problem of all-in-one hewing
JACKSONVILLE ZAP A small aids! Fim-wear it with- But there's one thing you can have the touch'perpetual!. youth i in the To get it, you can't hang back. You
craft reached
yesterday while Coast Guard safety cord batteries. Second inside-no whenever battery you that not everyone else can if you fineness of its cylinder-wall finish. have to get in ahead of the one who

planned a search for want,add long-lasting EXTRA do something about it. hesitates.In .
captain and a crewman who POWER and save up to % in a word, it's in a Buick-style star
attempt the vessel to seek in a land.small Capt.boat W.in battery costs! It's in the extra lift you find in travand standout performer.of this and The moral plainly is: Order yours

commander of the See the Sensational eling in car-styling as fresh as ton many a season to come. right now I Ir
Coast Guard Base said morrow's morning glories, enduringas

I 1 The night.75-foot vessel which was NEW SONOTONE the classic lines of a Grecian vase. In a car bought not alone

for a Cuban port from Nas with "MAGIC KEY" out of need or expediency > B
Bahamas lost its propeller S notone of Orlando It's in roaming the quiet little roads but plainly and 3 wcK 1l4.J
last Sunday night and was A
ones-with a.
in the Atlantic until a mer- 611 Metcalf: Bid?. -or the busy big plenty .. ; *BTSJ;
ship rescued it about 60 of eager horsepower under your .
.. I off the coast from St. Au- Telephone 2.2101 ''art ZSF&QG'
'7 ConsultantIT'S bonnet, all ready to Fireball you *" Rn.AJ *
G. F. Cooper. When betterautomobiles
along or drift you serenely! through 16o" artgp, 'All ott
\ calm and quiet moments. are built E /lENT Iavr /: #'ur EI e':; t
1/lAf 'HSTOH
"IlCOll STEElllNgr OlhqlN ,
HERETHE It's in the feel of a car that's really # STEI'Ot' 'bNINg16o, *f '1l0ADIlJAfS

big enough.Roomy enough for three BUICKwill tuu."AIlJrINg ti # NtrJt T ouF tvlfE'U

a-seat husky and solid enough to r.... -UOllND kwFrFrftFr -loaf wrF
build them y'cnaR.
",. .. 'ODE"
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Roofing 0 Pine and



Thomas A. Daugherty & Co.

Robinson. at Bumby Phone 2-2456
Gore and Railroad ORLANDO. FLORIDA



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'UJqr: hubay &P ntttt>'I-& ttr I cigars, cigarets, clothing, etc.. the survey THE PUBLIC THOUGHT


ORLANDO FLA.PubUtlMd I There is the bonanza-the big chunkof QMA.MENBy Co4z241 Parking Meter Action Bogged \
weekly New Tsar's Day. fourth of July Labor would
Day. Thanksstvuif Dav and ChrUtmai by Smttnel4tarr Co tourist money this attraction
[Orlando Daily Newspaper*. lac.1 at S3t South Orange AT*. commission esti- JOHN BRANSCOMBDr.
into the State the
Orlando Via : bring Reader Registers His Disgust
Entered as' teood-el matter .at the Poet Office at mates. We believe the figures are con; Richard Cabot was a visitor to the Amen he discovered an old pecker wood, perched on the :,
OrUndo. nertd. under the Act e March 3d. 1m.
Comer last Sunday. He wasn't so skillful saying: side of the barn doing a rat-tat-tat on a rafter, Editor.The Sunday Sentinel-Star: *
TELEPHONE DcpartaMBta tin e servative. Amen but he did give a grand recipe for abundant and the hogs, hearing the dinner call "would come I' ,
Subscription Price Sunday Only $5. Per Yr. living. He said the,way to live a long time and running up the hill to eat but alas no food. A friend of mine summed up our 'a9 jt"
parking situation when he likenedit
MMTIII All...... Puauoti Hoar$ares,Eamaut DOHCTMJet THE MERRY-GO-ROUND abundantly too is to have'a*' balanced diet of Several days of that had caused them to lose

mi CAVTMM, Cm. M... Masts T. UWMMCI. AM. On. work. love play and worship. Lots of people use many pounds. That's just like a lot of us folks. We I I to an old phonograph record. cf1" .

C,W. Lanaus.. M... Runt F. WAITW CUM MM.Lews one or two. but neglect the others. Some of us run off after false gods follow blind men. and Every once in a while someone

AN....... MAMMINC Ea. Noun Cowomn. S c. TMAS.Meviker do three and leave out the fourth. When you finda Impose our confidence in four-flushers that callus j I turns it on and we get a lot of conversation -

Truman Confident man who has learned the art of working hard with familiar words'but have nothing to give I about parking meters .. !lS.1 \ .

The AMoaated el Tka Press JUiecJated is excluahrely Pre U.' loving much playing often and worshipping each us to eat when "we arrive. i and then the darn thing runs ."..(\ .

titled to the us* for re-nibiieauon of all I? DREW PEARSON day. you have discovered a well-rounded man who America was built on hard work. The folks I I down. We never get any action because ""
kews dispatches aecd tad to. tt er and Mttharwue WASHINGTON-Pres. Truman gave Congressional knows how to live. who made this a great nation did through blood the thing in /
accredited to this paper keeps running
'eloa the Jocal news publish herein.AH e chiefs such a serious picture of the crisis In Work is a vital ingredient. God pity the man sweat and tears mixed In with a lot of perspiration I circles. Someone is needling the .

.Tirhts for re-publicatioa of special their off-the-record White House who doesn't have a job to do. Lots of people don't and some inspiration. There's no easy way to ,
dispatches hereto are also reserved. Greece during public. Who the main spring is Idon't t"
like to work: An old fellow up in Alabama where success and permanent prosperity and lasting well ,
6CA1 MARCH 16. 1947 conference that some of them suggested it might know. But at any rate let's tional information that you may
PAGE being. Men are made to work.A poor old bum who

*: be wise to recall Secretary of State Marshall from ,despised the idea of work, was seen by a housewife I' have delay a is new an all tune.time This record. of want.

TODAY'S THOUGHTS the Big Four meeting in Moscow. eating grass In her front yard. He hoped that she I record.P. C.F. Thanking you kindly for your

"Bat I say unto you. Love your enemies, bless While they strongly supported Truman's policy might catch the hint and give him a good meal. 1 attention to this. I,am

of Greek Intervention. some felt that the Prell7 But she said "My man. go around the house to the Retired former DevelopsNew Apopka. W. L. WHITE.
them that curse you, do good to them that hate -
r back yard the is lot better there." I+I
dent's message to Congress might : --. grass a Precoofing System
. you, and pray for them which despitefully use you, i4m
; aggravate the difficulties Marshallis ( jWoF There's no substitute for hard work. We cant Editor The Sunaay Sentinel-Star: Florida/ Citrus Wins
:Aad 5:44.
persecute 'ouMatthew facing in Moscow and make it get something for nothing. Gambling rackets The Sunday Sentinel-star of

** wiser to recall Marshall for the '9 4cc and get-rich-quick schemes do not fit Into the March 2 carried a news item- Another Good Customer

9 Love thyself last. Cherish those heartsthat time being. American pattern of life and we have discovered "Citrus Handling Care Urged. Editor.The Sunday Sentinel-Star:

rate thee. The President however was that we cant drink or gamble our nation Intoa D. F. Fisher chief of USDA You are such a good booster for
Fruit and Vegetable Handling
Corruption Tins not more than honesty. adamant."Oh. no" he replied. "Whatwe Mr -e 0 prosperous era. It takes work. Transportation and Storage Investigations Florida in general and Orlandoand

Capt. John Smith instituted the plan In early strongly urged Florida Orange County in particular
sun In thy right hand carry gentle peace are going to do will strengthen I thought might be interested
To silence envious tongues. Be just and fear not. his Marshall's hand at Mos- American history that "he who does not work citrus growers and shippersto in the card you Just received from a
\ cannot eat. If that plan would work then it exercise greater care in handling -
-Shakespeare. row"He ... \ \ .,. : fruit so: as to reduce decay lady in Pennsylvania reading as
went on to explain that rla r ought to work now and should be applied. Of :I and deterioration. With fruit moving follows:
to aid Greece and Turkey course wouldn't. affect you and me. but it would the "Recently I purchased a bag
steps through market quickly
The Bolita Raid Marshall would show that the U. S. Gov- I first discovered America could lie down alongside eliminate', a lot of the old drones we know. under present conditions. Fisher of your delicious sun ripened
of a job and go to sleep. And there are other American
-- Oranges from the
/ .ODAY'S SENTtNEI -STAR carries i ernment is solidly behind asked Marshall.significant folks who operate on the basis of getting as muchas Here's a conversation I overheard going on was warm speaking weather of will the future renew decay when Stores. I want to tell you they
A news that eight sellers of "bolita orcuba" 'The President was financial some aid to Greece would they can for the least amount of work or service between a horse and a steer the other day. The which was prevalent earlier in the are positively the best Florida
I tions as to whether rendered. They take all they can lay hold of and steer said "Have you heard the master camplain- season. "There must be a general Oranges I have had this season.
; have been arrested. to the of troops later. He replied
commit us back Mrs. R. G. Pennington.
put as little as possible. Ing about me lately?" The horse replied "He hasn't cracking down all along the line.
These are the retailers. What about the that there were no immediate plans for the use There was a wife who used to ask her husband. even mentioned your name." "That's strange." Fisher asserted. "The shipper, 909" Blythe Ave.
of American troops in Greece or the Middle East. "Honey could you let me have a little ?" I the packer and the picker must all Drexel Hill Pa.
wholesalers? said the steer "because I have been sneaking out
; t
It is gratifying to receive
out the possibility. very
but that he was not ruling And he would always reply "How little?" ,work together to eliminate rough
should Sheriff Jim Black and Police before day every morning, going: down to the which damages citrus a pat on the back like this and .
Why handling
Thb however would be a last resort to keep It's a privilege to live In a democracy, in branch to rest and take it easy the.whole day I and makes decay easier. There makes us feel that. the efforts we '

.! Chief Roy Larson mess with the little the peace in oppressed nations, rather than a America the beautiful. But every privilege carries through. The hard-working horse who had served must be adequate precooling to are putting forth to give the consumers -

''fellows? warlike act against anybody. All he was Inter- with it a responsibility and those who crave his master well each day said to the steer "No.I 'reduce the susceptibility to decay only the. best fruit obtain-

ested in was heading off dangerous crises that the privileges without being willing to assume haven't heard the master mention your name, butI in transit. Every 20 degree dropin able are meeting with success 1
Why not get the big shots? might lead to another world war. the President the responsibilities will ultimately lose both.A did see him talking to the butcher." And he the commodity temperature below Might add for your informationthat

-,-- declared. shiftless old chap during the war was approached rambled 'till the butcher cut him down. I 80 degrees cuts decay in half. our last shipment to American -

Action Makes Dreams Come True The President also told his Congressional con- by a man who desired to sell him some Something to do someone to love, a bit of pleas- I Two years ago I gave up fruit packed Stores in was 8-lb.a bags car of and Valencias this is
in Ohio because of adverse
ferees that he had every intention of keeping the war bonds. The old boy was working for the ure and play and a trysting place with God. Blend farming I located what Mrs. Pennington purchased.
weather conditions.
DREAMS ARE WONDERFUL things but American people fully advised of developments, government at $60 a week and refused to buy any these experiences Into your life and you will dis- near Orlando on Bear Lake.I -. Whoops we have one satisfied

action it takes to make since the final decisions on preserving world peace bonds on the grounds, "I ain't gonna invest my cover meaning and purpose.; Neglect all of theseor worked until last November consumer anyway.W. .

to extra would be up to them. money in no government that ain't got no better any one of these vital ingredients and you will lw hen I resigned] eighteen C. CHAMPION CO.
dreams true us an
come seems sense than to pay me $60 a week." Well maybe he become an easy victim to depression, skepticism or months for General American Pre-

special sort of wonderfulness.For "Old-Fashioned" Navy; Poland's new Ambassador had something there but I contend that a nation cynicism. A 12-year-old boy was in the doldrumsand I, cooling Corp. Therefore I am well

20 years we have been hearing Josep Winiewicz advertised for a butler and like ours which has afforded the common man his sitting down beside the road, said, "I wish I acquainted with what is being done Seaboard Depot*
finest opportunity to and work and fulfill born in effort to precool Florida cit-
interviewing applicants for the Job, among grow was baptized a member of the church educated [ an
about the Everglades National Park, a project was them a Filipino who had been a steward in his destiny as a human being, is worthy and deserving married, father of five children dead rus. While working with these

>- dreamed up by Ernest F. Coe, outstanding young of the best and finest co-operation and sup buried and In heaven. Dear boy he wanted to precooling machines I noted that
the Navy.
.- Florida architect. "Can you mix drinks?" asked the Ambassador."Yes port we are capable of giving. run the whole gamut and have it over with now. actual temperature results was in lowering not very the good.fruit To Be Dedicated
But give a person a job that elicits his best,
Coe's sir. I With the foregoing in mind I
0; Back in 1929 Congress approved ,
These have been when of wording
days many us companions that love him and whom he can love method and
;dream for national "What kind of cocktails can you mix? pursued folks have confused. We developed a new Formal opening of the new pal-
by accepting the area Winlewiei. gotten have lost outings In nature rendezvous with great books, means of precooling fruit and
and station of
our power to discriminate and evaluate. Millions music and poetry, a of golf tennis in refrigerator senger freight the
spark: purposes. But there action fell by game or fishing I" or vegetables loaded a Seaboard Air Line Railroad at
"Old-fashioneds. ran off after Hitler and Mussolini had quite a and great moments with God, and that person I car. An associate and I assembled Wildwood has been set for Tuesday -
'the wayside. The authorized "Is that all?" crowd following him. They promised Utopia and will be a real person. Arm yourself with dreams a machine and put it toa at 11 ajn., road officials an- ,

faded into obscurity and the State failed "That's all I needed to mix in the Na..Theofflcen paradise for all who would follow them. It remindsme and dare to go out to face life unafraid. Approachlife severe test at Gentile Brothers. nounced yesterday.In ,

its share of the work to make Coe's all liked them." of the old farmer who had some fine, fat hogs. as God does. Remember when God teaches Winter Park. Results obtained Addition to the new station, a
"But suppose my guests would like something When he wanted to feed them he would rap on music He doesn't teach it by precept-He wraps a : were better than those now being great amount of other work has

dream. come true. different?" asked the Ambassador. > the side of the barn with an old stick and the song in feathers and sets it singing In the treetop ,. obtained by other methods. We been done. Including revision of

This past week a revitalized commission "Well, they'll have to take old-fashioneds." hogs would come running and grunting up the Did you ever hear a mocking bird sing? be also obtained know that by a greater little further results can development main line and yard tracks.

back into active being by was the reply. hill to enjoy the delicacies the farmer had prepared \\'e. like the bird for a moment should take of our machine. Following a welcome by Mayor
brought A. M. Barlow of Wildwood. Pres.
for them. Time passed and he noticed that his Sweet
rest on branch that Is
a ready to break. There are approximately only ,
Spessard Holland, while he was still Gov- Senate R. K. Lobby: With only two dissenting pigs were falling off. losing weight an
ernor, and then, Governor-elect Millard votes the Senate Interstate Commerce Committee begone. It puzzled him greatly until he found What ]is ]it to her? She has winrs. yes wings The average number of cars pre- station "to the service of the

Caldwell showed its caliber. recently okayed a bill which Pres. Truman is already out the trouble. After watching very carefully Amen. cooled annually are approximately community' and surrounding
committed to veto-the Reed Bill. Known 4.000. Precooling cost this year is areas"

:its members journeyed to Tallahassee, last year as the Bulwinkle Bill. it would exempt $25. The total cost annually for J. F. Roesel, president of the

sat down with'the State Cabinet and came railroad rate-making bodies from the antitrust WASHINGTON TREADMILL precooling 4.000 cars amounts to Wildwood Chamber ef Commerce -

out with $500,000 cash and a'good prospectof $100,000. For the most part this will accept on behalf ef

getting another $1,500,000 appropriationfrom laws.Sen.. Clyde Reed of Kansas, long a friend of the 'cost is passed on to the purchaserof the community.' -

railroads has been throwinr his weight around War the fruit. However this large Others taking part In the 30-
the coming legislative session. Navy College Surveyed I amount of money made on Florida minute program'will be J.C. Rogers -
to this bill jammed through the
backstage get
of order.
Here is civic action a high fruit goes to Los Angeles Leesburg, whd will act as
Senate in hurry. Although passed by the House
a Pre ooling fruit was started
These men caught the vision of a great cago. master of ceremonies: Mrs. L. L.
last year the bill failed in the Senate and Reedis B? FRANK A. KENNEDYWASHINGTON lines which would meet all the share in the hatchet work. Records about 1935 which means that Los of Wildwood -
wild life flowers R. Van Nosdal. president
national park to house taking no chances this year.He -At the discre- topographical requirements of the have come to Peterson disclosing Angeles and Chicago interests have Club J. F. Tray-
and trees found no where else in the nation feels that speed is especially important because tion of a special four-man sub- Navy and which could be remodeled I boasts by AFL maritime I made approximately. $1 million on lor. Sumter Women's County; Commission

and, in some cases, no where, else in the antitrust actions against the railroads are committee, on which Rep. Sikes of for much less than $35 union leaders in open meetings Florida fruit. chairman: Kenneth Clarke Sum- ,
Crestview is the only Democrat. million, the initial estimate of the of the success they claimed in Our machines electrically operated
world. Once sold on the dream they set now before the Supreme Court and a Federal I ter County Agricultural Agerl
rests the decision
to establish and Monterey site-an estimate which scuttling the ] and doing a better job
Governmentsponsored Judge A. S.
and Lake County
about with and determinationto Court in Lincoln. Neb.
intelligence to locate a super post graduate was only the beginning he em- seamen's training. This Information can be installed at the smallest Herlong Jr., who will deliver the
make the dream come true. The Kansas Senator Is also anxious to pass 1 Naval academy similar to the long- phasized. I and much more will be shipping plant as well as the largest closing address.

The success of this week's visit to his bill quickly because of public resentment at a :established Army War College in presented later this month to the I plant because we maintain no : Music will be furnished by Wildwood a

Tallahassee is a long step in this direc- certain development In the West. There the Washington, D. C. In their efforts to resist the House Appropriations Committee labor payroll to operate these ma- High School band.
railroads mysteriously reduced freight rates from The subcommittee was set up economy move on Capitol Hill, I when it begins closed hearings on I chines. Shipping plant personnel
tion. recently within the House Com- Government departmental chiefs the annual supply bill for the takes care of operations. We would
the U. S. Steel Co.'s plant at Geneva. Utah. Interesting AnnouncedFor
mittee on the Armed Services. Its have invented a brand new stratagemthey Maritime Commission.The take care of machine maintenanceand Program'
fact Is that U. S. Steel Is controlled by
EVERGLADES National Park three Republican members are bear down on the Con- hearings will be published our service charge for the use Eola Park 'Forum
THE J. P. Morgan which also controls or dominatessome Bates [Mass]. Hess [Ohio] and after be
is in position to gressional committees by reciting the bill is reported to the of these machines would only '
of the leading railroads. Arends IHU. what Soviet Russia is doing along House floor and should make $5 a cat precooled. If shippers Daily 2:30 pm.Eola Park Forum
acquire the 500,000 privately owned acres reduction happens The subcommittee already has the same lines. some interesting reading. still charged $20 or $25 a car for program for the week is as follows -
without paying speculators' prices. Con- This mysterious come to grips with the Navy brass Some of their arguments are The committee hearings are precooling they would make a : j'
demnation proceedings will stop the land to mean a saving of over a million dollars a who some weeks ago submitted a effective, too-and it doesn't seem running, far behind schedule. profit for themselves of $25 or $20 Monday, the Rev. John R.
year to U. S. Steel. Meanwhile. Henry Kaiser'scompeting bill to the whole committee Chiles "The Earth A Direct
buccaneering.When authorizing to matter much what appropriate Originally they were slated to a car. A shipper precooling 800
Fontana Steel plant near Los Angeles the initial expenditure of items under would to $16 each Creation of God-Tuesday; William -
are review. If it's start March 4, but the date, still cars net $12 ,
the legal tangles surrounding will be paying about $600,000 more freight chargesper $35 million for the post graduate broadcasting to foreign countries tentative has been postponed to season.I M. Wolfe. "Physiology of

condemnation proceedings are out of the year as the result of rate increases recently academy, and specifying Monterey then the State Department comes March 24. Usually they consume have brought this matter to Capitalism: Wednesday, J. A.

way, the land acquired the Commission okayed by the Interstate Commerce Commission. Calif. as the site for the new up with a report showing in how several weeks and the St. Peters- your attention because of your Vandyke "Positive" Democracy in

then can turn over to the Government 1- Kaiser controls no railroads. Also he does not bank institution. The subcommittee many more languages Moscow puts burg item may not be reached before position and possible acquaintancewith World Affairs: Thursday.. Choiceof Dr.
through J. P. Morgan. which is headed by Bates, has not out its propaganda than do our mid-April. people who would be con- Henry J. Kilbourne, "Our
355,000 acres, the minimum area requiredfor vetoed the Monterey site formally own overseas transmitters.Rep. cerned about it. I would greatly Life Issues" Friday Mrs."Bessie -

the park. Tobey vs. Reed: One Senator who recognizesthat but the four members want to Price of Jacksonville ran The Fish and Wildlife Service appreciate your advice and would Harris "Bird Migration and

The State Cabinet is to be complimentedfor exemption from the antitrust laws means know why new facilities must be across another incident-fisheries in collaboration with the Army be pleased! to furnish any addl- Saturday, open discussion.

acting promptly in answer to the calls for the railroads to discriminate in bought and paid for when both exploration no less. In plugging Engineers the Department of
greater power the Navy and the Army have scores for more funds for fisheries research Agriculture and the U. S.
for help by the Park Commission. The Public SCHOOL LESSON 9'
favor of their banking allies and against Independent of expensive establishments on and exploration Interior Health Service. has completed THE SUNDAY
members of the commission are to be businessmen is Charles Tobey. the sur-
the surplus property list for which Department officials told the portion of a report on water'hys- ,
thanked for the practical and forceful man- prising New Hampshire Republican. Tobey has the taxpayers already have spent House Merchant Marine and Fish- cinths which discloses how costly Words With Jesus'

ner in which they have accepted a responsibility been leading the fight against his Republican colleague billions of dollars. eries Committee to which Price is the aquatic growth to the internal Intimate

which in the from Kansas and two weeks ago made Sikes apparently reflected the recently was named. that the Uni- economies of the Southern
so many groups Reed look silly during a radio debate. view of his colleagues when he declared ted States possessed only one well States, especially Florida and

past had fumbled.It When the Reed Bill came before the Senate recently that he, for one, equipped exploration vessel. It Is Louisiana. Disciples Cited by Dr. Gilroy

is a lot more difficult to bring a Interstate"Commerce Committee Toby was unableto ,wants to look over all available now operating in the Pacific.To The direct annual financial loss

neglected project back to life than it is to be present and had asked Chm. Wallace Whiteof sites, particularly in the South- impress the committee the caused by extinction of fish and If WILLIAM L GILKOr. D. D. )-

drive a new idea through to completion Maine to delay the vote. But Reed still smarting eastern and Gulf States. In that Government men pointed out wildlife to Florida was estimated Scripture: John, Chapters ,14-18
area contended the Crestview that Soviet Russia has 80 such by the FWS at Testament record
5316500. Louisiana's Two outstanding portions the New
without the verbal shellacking Tobey him
stumbling.Gov. from gave
Congressman are a score of large vessels in service all over the annual bill
Caldwell chose men of action for. on the radio, hit the ceiling. tracts many of them with perma- world. 14727000. Capitalizing was much higher the the great sayings of Jesus in a way not so evident in other

his Park Commission and that is what he "Why' can't Tobey be here?" he demanded."All nent and expensive installations There Is one thing the depart- yearly losses at four per cent the parts of the Gospels, in which the greatest teachings
now beginning to rot down. Be- mental experts do not explain: FWS experts showed in casual conversations, parables, and incidents,
bought-action in large packages. he's trying to do is hold up the MIL I thinkwe a gross capi- appear
the Monterey site is approved Why it costs them about 40 timesas tal
should go ahead and vote the bill anyhow; he depletion of $133 million for without any apparent preconceived system or arrange-
insisted, a survey of War and much to do less than the Russians Florida,. and $368 _
RECOMMENDATION Tobey has said everything he has to say about million for ment.
CABINET Navy Department holdings must are doing! Louisiana.The .
THE It, and he won't change the minds of any mem- be made. I I think that it Is this quality of to our present social system, a
$1,500,000 appropriation seems cer- Government men bracketed
bers of this committee. Peterson unexpectedness that gives to. the based to a very large extent -
Rep. system
tain of legislative approval and then Flor- He warned that the Navy's is alligatorweed with the water hys- I Gospels their unending freshnessand self-interest the I
ida will have taken the fundamental steps White put the question of delay to a vote, and specifications for the postgraduate I:,ditch fight to work save preparing the Maritime a last cinth as a destroyer of fisheries j interest. The Gospel writersare principle upon of competition.In an
Reed's the only vote for going ahead without academy must be met and wildlife resources. Constant "what
not so much telling us the true
toward for attraction Judgment principle -
insuring at my
posterity an in all their r I I St. Petersburg I war must be waged
principal against thePests.
Tobey. require- from an enforced shut down I I Jf'S did and said as they are bymaking and motive of life and eon-
which could rank with Yellowstone the June it
and was stated.
ments that the
selection of
Later when the bill did come to a vote. Tobeywas 30, ostensibly an it all s vivid and pic- duct as set forth in the New
Grand other' a site could not be economy move The Army Engineers'
Canyon Yosemite and great influencedby reports
supported only by Democrat Ernest McFar- but in reality the work of the hostile have turesue. taking us with them so Is undoubtedly the
Chamber not been Teten
Western national shrines. land of Arizona. I campaigns.Sikes of. Commerce booster maritime unions. have those of the completed U. S. nor we see and hear. love, brotherhood, I
The park is a boon, to the nation to be Note-PresTruman will veto the Reed Bill but I I Since the word leaked out that ment of Agriculture and the Nevertheless. I think we are and service. But a Christian social -

sure-but it should be a" bonanza for Florida R. R. lobbyists are trying to whip up votes to passit declared that he had no the CIO had persuaded the Budget Public Health Service grateful for those portions In system can be established and i

a tourist State. over his veto. preconceived notions about a suit- ,, Bureau and the Maritime Commis- It is understood however that which the most intimate wordsof made effective on b Can
I able location. He said he could sion to kill off much of the train- In and by better *-I
much progress in the use of chemi- Jesus are recorded a more Ca t
How much of a bonanza you ask? call to mind however half a dozen ing activities [$4j million] for cals has been solidified mot of us are.
Sen. Taft Explains: Boss Bob Taft managedto made and that total
It 'has been claimed that million j Government-owned bases from : ing activities [Un million for the ers vacation be Christians in general could
visitors a year would come to see the Ever keep a benign countenance during most of the ,Corpus Christ Tex, throughI I next fiscal year as compared to vided Federal.can State achieved and local pro- The portions are the fit. profit by the chapters in John and
closed-door debate of the Senate GOP caucus. He sixth, seventh
Louisiana. attain the therein
Mississippi. Alabama. $15 million in fiscal experience
glades National Park and that they would had rough moments, however when freshman I 1 I i year 19471 agencies work closely together overa ;Matthews which we call The a
some j
Florida Georgia and the Caro-I I the AFL has been ticketed for a considerable forth as possible, the would
spend $40 millions annually. That is a lot period of time. the Mount." and the .
Republicans wanted to know why Senate ::1 Sermon on the better prepared put Int Wean

of what it takes to get along. GOP leaders didn't reach a compromise with the I I 14th. 15th. and 16th chapters ol; action the Sermon o the

The $40 million figure comes from an House on the proposed $6 billion Federal budget Camera Club both classes.advanced Non members and will beginners act Call. John High and Donald John. 'Mot:

analysis by the commission.The reduction instead of provoking the bitter intra-( judges. .. as Barnes. I It is to be noted that these portions { the chapters In John reveal -
party battle that has since resulted. This has record sayings of Jesus that the Inner life of the J
estimates show that A different subject will be .
333,330 cars a Plans assigned only to they reveal also the life
caused almost more friction inside Republican Lighting each month, the currentone Evangelist To Address were t I I tt eve
year would use gasoline enough to pay the ranks than else. 'I circle of disciples and th i disciple may attain i accept i
being landscapes.All
State in taxes and make people who heard the discipline prayer and '
$1,669,331.40 gasoline Sen. Taft replied with,some heat that it was I Demonstration persons attending Wednes- Gideon Breakfast Meet common Jesus had a message H''glad fo'consecration and abide in Christ

purchases totalling $2.338,662.80.The the fault of House members of the Joint Budget | day's meeting are urged to bring i He respecter of I in the relationship which isuggeste4 i
would oil to I cameras as opportunities will be Bill Rice evangelist in the citywide was no .el "
same cars use enough Committee. I Central Florida Camera Club |I I campaign at the Alliance ;persons. But the intimate words to the illustration
provided to take pictures the t
cost $200,000. Garages would get $666,660 "The House had us at a disadvantage," said will hold a demonstration of lighting model used in the demonstration.Future Church which has been held over (lof His teaching required for their ,branch and the Tine. ,

annually for storage repairs, parts etc. Taft. "We were outnumbered. There are twiceas t In making portraits for professional meetings will be held on I I an additional week through March fulfillment dpline living and What de it mean to abide laChrist j

The conservative figure of $4 per day many House members as Senators on the and amateur photogra- first and third Wednesdays. 23, will address the Orlando unlimited devtion. ?. I .think I mn to '

visitor for hotels would swell the total Joint Committee. phers at its meeting in the YMCAat | Officers of the new club are I I Gideons at their breakfast meeting I It is a common thing to speakof have the same determining -

per Note-Line-up of the Joint Budget Committee. 8 pjn. Wednesday. : Frank: Trembley of Winter Park, tomorrow at 7:30 ajn. in the ,, the teaching of Jesus, par oa conduct tht an-
by $16 million. Eating places, figured to composed of members of the House Ways and The recently organized club will president: Ralph Duff vice-presi YMCA. larl of the Sermon on t Mont ted the Master In Il lfe. i

get $3 a day, would take in $12 million. The Means Committee the Senate Finance Committeeand hold a competition at each meeting dent Varian Helms secretary,t t I With Rice win be his tenor solo- the way of life : The very heart is In
million park visitors would spend another I : for the best three prints made and Austin Potter treasurer all ist and song leader. Darrell Fre- '''therein enjoined and exemplified Masters cmd that we love
the Appropriations! Committee of both cham-I during the interval between i I in the life of the Master Himself. one
meet- of Orlando.The executive leigh and instrumentalist Emil J loved
l $10 million on entertainment, soft drinks, bers. Is: House-68 members. Senate-34 members.I ings. The pnnts win be Judged in I I tee also Includes Charles COmmit-1. I Aanderud. I I offend a immediate alternative J.Uoha I5i2jfn h u

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WINTER HAVEN The insistent terday recommended revision of
[ to The Sunday: Senti eT-Storl JACKSONVILLE AP] Florida
all the "index of taxpaying ability"
demand "for recount in
a protest against higher freight rates which will mean
precincts" on the 'loss of fruit i used as a guide in administering GAINESVILLE-The Universityof business activity was greater by

from the Feb. 8 freeze and other I Florida's counties. additional charges of approximately $3 million per year Florida's,big post-war MilitaryBall one-fourth last year than in 1945.
Florida's Counties. I I against the Florida vegetable industry will be filed Mon-
weather adversities instituted will be held here next Sat- Florida State Chamber of
The foundation program Is designed day with the Interstate Commerce Commission the
Lakeland Friday by to assist counties : by i urday with some 900 members, of Commerce said yesterday.
group of citrus men. is gaming t poorer educational I Growers and Shippers League Florida John A. University's The annual increase in Florida
in meeting their the cadet corps of the
strength throughout was based primarily on the volumeof
O'Rourke league secretary-man-
needs."Any ROTC unit host to wo-
as young
belt. bank debits (charges: against
shippen'wh.. plan which would rely ager. disclosed yesterday.At men from all parts of the State individual accounts], the best
Growers and valuation determine
only on assessed to I II
feel that the USDA's estimate.f the taxpaying capacity of the same time a protest Negro Qualifies for a round of weekend parties. single Indicator of business activ
certain the Chamber said.
Is too against higher citrus ity.
an 11-12 million box low the various counties would be un- rates which could cost the cit- One of the most colorful of
low have been asked to support fair and inequitable because it "In St. Petersburg business
a request to the Growers Administrative would permit counties: with poor rus Industry additional $250- the University's traditional was up 42 per cent. Orlando 35
Advisory 000 per year also will be filed For Jax Post social events the weekend will
and Shippers assessment practices to receive I per cent. Miami 34 per cent
the league O'Rourke said.
Committee that they more than their fair share of by be highlighted by a Sponsors Jacksonville 14 per cent Tampa

petition the USDA for a new 1 school funds under any plan of "For several months we have Review Saturday morning at 11 per cent and Pensacola C per
and Immediate re-survey. THE $2,500 scale model of Florida's famed Silver apportionment which might be been> dealing with the railroad rate JACKSONVILLE (AP) Wilson 'I cent.
Springs that will be at the Lake County FairFloridaSportsmen's committee said. which the entire cadet corps
on display devised he executives O'Rourke said"for an Armstrong, a Jacksonville Negro
,Several of those who attendedthe Festival The Citizens' Group regarded of the to for will parade and the Military Compared with 1943 the bank
Exposition in Eustis starting tomorrow. extension expiration date qualified yesterday run the
conference in Lakeland Friday I I debit level in the State higherby
Ball Saturday evening at the was
Jean as the "best possible index of March-31, on the reduced vegeta- City Council from the Negro-
States Stevens [ white] and
that since publica- Queen Dorothy in runner-up
said yesterday University gymnasium. 57 per cent while retail sales
tax paying ability" each countT' ble rates from Florida to escape dominated 5th Ward against I
tion of their ,views, estimatingthat Rogers amazement at the animated display that reproduces last year were. 31 per cent above
than 8Vi million express ration of value of public the; higher normal rates to become incumbent Claude Smith Jr and Other events win be a concert "
not of more will be shippedfor Silver Springs'' numerous attractions so perfectly in utilities farm products auto- effective April 1. two other candidates Sam FOOT Friday afternoon_ an informal 1943.

boxes the State oranges for the balance of miniature. mobile tags buying income retail "These rates would run 15 to and Barney Cobb.A 1. dance Friday night and a swimming -

the season. they have had many *' sales volume and nonexempt 20 per cent over present rates and simple majority of votes Is I match Saturday afternoon Shooting at Mims
property other than utilities sufficient to elect in tae I *
for additional information would represent an increase in between the Gators and the
requests to the State totaL vegetable rate'charges of approxi- April 15.The Georgia Tech tankmen.
-and advice on how to sup- Seriously Injures
port the "recount" demand. Sportsmen's Fair The use of this index of each tax- mately $3 million annually. The 5th Ward is one of the Dean Hudson and his band will

It was pointed out yesterdaythat paying ability will require local Florida Railroad Commission has heavily-populated Negro dis- supply music for the dances and Citrus Packer
the marketing control committees county to make its proper founda- joined the league in filing this tricts of the city with 2,214 concert. A portion of the Ball
tax effort before receiving
Including GAC and Its funds because each protest Monday. Executive traffic Negro voters registered In the program will be broadcast Satur- [Special to The Sunday Sentme!-Star]
tion program officers of the Northern rail lines day night from 11:30 to 11:55
Ad- Democratic Party against 1.178
Companion! group. Shippers To Tomorrow county would then provide local TTTUSVILLE-Clyde WitzeV2,
Open have been in session Friday- and pm.. over a Mutual Network
will meet In whites. According to 1945 State
visory school funds in proportion to its employe of a citrus,packing houseat
Saturday for further considerationon Coast-to-Coast hook-up through
that census the ward's populationwas
Lakeland Tuesday-and several rather Oak rushed Wuest-
relative taxpaying ability Hill was to
extending reduced rates but I the local facilities of Radio Sta-
of those in on the Lakeland than in terms of its assessed 16,828 Negroes and 4,677 hoff Hospital in Rockledge at Sa.m
|r OKMUND POWERS am now advised they refuse to tion WKU.F.
meeting last Friday are membersof valuation the committee said. whites. I yesterday, after receiving two
The Sentinet-StarJ J
extend March
[Special to Sunday beyond 31. The fall dress parade Saturday
the agreement boards. George B Marshall chairmanof bullet wounds in the leg and one
'The Southern railroads have morning will be held on the University -
Answering claims that it would EUSTIS-The Florida. Sportsmen's Exposition, an en- the City Democratic Executive in the chest. His condition is
be expensive and "out of routine"for tirely new idea in fairs opens here Monday for a six-day School SupervisorsPlan agreed Southeastern to extend the rates to the Committee, said he had been drill field with sponsors described as serious.
territory points to of the cadet officers in the review-
the Government to make anew forced to have Armstrong wait an Sheriff H. T. Williams of Titus-
0 Dec. 31. but they were unable to ing stand. Parade music'1Iil1 be
comprehensive survey. C. V. run.The Meet Monday hour while he obtained ruling ville said that Witzel
a yesterday
Exposition is with the Lake County obtain the concurrence of the oth- furnished by the University of
Griffin of Howey the man who from the City Attorney on theNegro's shot accidentally with
was a revolver -
GAINESVILLE lAP] County superintendents er lines concerned. The exceptionto Florida band which Will march in
Fair and will be held on the greatly-expanded: CountyFair
called the conference said that If eligibility to qualify in the by Xavier French owner ofa
representing a ma- this attitude is the Illinois Cen- review with the ROTC field artili -
the industry feels there has beena Grounds, which cover several 4 Democratic Primary and that he two-story building at Mims.
jority of the State's 67 counties tral Railroad the Chicago andEastern i i lery, infantry and air corps: units.t .
serious error made-one which blocks of property Juot,: north of throughout the day. Free Illinois was told he must accept the can- lower floor of which is a grocery
area of and the will be
are expected at the University Chicago The parade program
will cost the industry millions of the Eustis business section. acts of unusual Interest will be didate's qualification. t' store and cafe with living quar- ,
Indianapolis and Louisville broadcast the
Florida Monday for the openingof Ry. over University'sRadio
In an there will be 200 exhibits -
'dollars-then It is up to the Government Armstrong was listed in the ters above.
offered in the same area daily.
which three lines advise Station WRUF.
a three-day conference on edu- they will ,
to make the check. Just at the exposition ranging On the midway the Royal Exposition take City Directory as an employe of French is said to have been
cational problems at the P. K. independent action and extend -
to reassure itself of the accuracy from livestock to an airplane. Shows will have 15 rides the the Railroad Express Co.. but has awakened by sounds on the lower
School. expiration date to applyto
and workability of its survey machinery Featured are exhibits of interest and tent shows. Yonge the not worked there recently. Arm- Officer Shoots Negro floor between 4:15 and 4:30 yesterday -
General subjects of the confer- points served by these
if for no other reason." to outdoor men and women; Monday is veterans' day. All will be the minimum founda- lines." strong had no telephone and efforts -t I I [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] morning and he fired at
While most of the damage has wildlife hunting and fishing veterans ,and their families will tion ence of financing educa- to contact him immediatelywere : LEESBURG Police Officer what he thought was a burglar.
been reported in and around the equipment, recreational: ideas. be admitted free from 10 a.m. to program Discussing the citrus angle futile. i' Raymond Putnam shot and killeda When Williams called he found
central part of the State a pho- More than half of one of the 6 p.m. Eustis High School band tion proposed by the of citizens the com O'Rourke said: "The reducedrates Negro who resisted arrest here Witzel slumped near closet un-
feature meeting
mittee. A
W Uaphic survey crew which spent main buildings is occupied with will play. on fresh citrus fruit from |yesterday afternoon. The Negro der the stairway leading to the
will be the presentation by county present rates at least to the i I
and ParkBoard's
the Florida Forest
days in the Titusville-Cocoa- Tuesday is native State and superintendents of their .proposed Florida to eastern Canadian end of the present season." suspected In the theft of a wallet second floor.
Mims region ,this last week reported elaborate display. The tourist day. A remote control salary schedules and bud- points are scheduled to expire O'Rourke said the attitude of I blackjacked the officer and drew How Witzel entered the buIld-
last night that hundreds of Game and Fresh Water Fish broadcast from the exposition for 194748. March 31. If the expiration date the I.C.C. probably would become a knife on him before he fired, ing Is not certain. Attendant at;

'acres of grove' have been devas- Commission has a large display. will be made over WDBO. Orlando gets Consultants for the'sessions will is not extended and the higher known at a hearing date of which \Officer Cy Wyckof said. the Duff Ail-Night Service Station
wild animals and fowl
ted-and that many groves Including from 3:15: to 3:30: o'clock. include Dr. E. L. Morphet execu- [normalrates] in this same' would be set between now and : I II and Cafe across the street alsoa
and In there
thought at first to be frost-free, an aquarium Wednesday is fish game parks, tive secretary Citizens Committeeon tariff become effective It would April 1. I Three Miss Injury] : State Road night watchman ata
several varieties of fish.
are now showing up wood damage are forestry, and Negro school day. increase the freight charges detour point in Mims reportedthat
Edwards Tom of theLeague's
The communities of L a k e Education: Dr. W. T. : Meanwhile. Haile Special[ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
and fruit Is dropping. Experts Negro school bands of Leesburgand $200 to $250 per car. and Witzel had accosted three
acting registrar at the Florida office staff will go to I COCOA-Three persons,
County-Mount Dora Leesburg.
have predicted,, that, the Indian Eustis will play. At noon a on approximately 1200 can were patrons of the cafe shortly before
Clermont. Tavares. Eustis-are State College for Women: JamesL. Birmingham for the March 19 "Sparky" Buoy his wife and<
River win suffer a larger propor- special luncheon will be held in shipped to this territory duringthe the shooting and had said he was
featuring their recreational ad- Graham acting director of the meeting of the Southeast Shippers child escaped being burned at 4
tionate loss in Orange shipmentsthan vantages In their exhibits. connection with the Kiwanis club. division of administration and fi- around 1945-46 increase season of would be Advisory Board-actually a joint i ajn. yesterday wheh fire believed going across the street to place a
an $250,000per
and Na-
other sections. Thursday is agriculture State Department of Edu- of railroads and of telephone call.
Other featured exhibits are: nance. year for charges. meeting shippersto to have started in the kitchen
Latt Maxey. Frostproof grow- .the Lake County school display than Mayo Day The Leesburg cation, and Dr. R. L> Johns, and arrive at the carlot requirementsfor the: Buoy farm home a mile and
er-ihipprf-eaniter and one of which shows pictorially the work High School band will play anda Dr. J. M. Leps of the faculty of -We are petitioning the ICC shipping fruits and vegetables I a half north of this community on The belief that a rattlesnake

these la on the Friday meeting being done in the schools; 4-H remote control broadcast will the University of Florida's Collegeof for suspension of the expiration from Florida during April. May. the Dixie Highway, destroyed the will not crawl over a hair rope Is
aid he would personally ask club exhibit which includes rabbits be made over WRUF Gainesville Education. date and a continuance of the and June. i residence. false.
from 12:15 to 12:45: clock. A
'the Florida Cltru Commission,' chickens livestock and a sizable luncheon honoring Mayo will be

ef which he Is a member to garden; home demonstration held at -the Dutch Kitchen at 1
petition the USDA .for the re- exhibit In which activities of this o'clock. S
cheek. department are shown; ,Boy and S
Girl Scout; Everglades National Friday is Orlando Day and
The original survey was too Park; RedCross; Silver Springs; I Lake County School Day. The '
.early and in our own case.., for County Health Department which Orlando High School band will

example our report was simply on has three separate exhibits deal- play. Mayor William Beardallof ;
the basis of,ice In the fruit. and Ing with citrus juices cancer and Orlando and other Orlando ALL CARS HAVE WHEELS

not for potential. tree damage public health; State Highway leaders will be guests at a lun-

which has shown up since: ," he Patrol; Florida, Farm Bureau; cheon In connection with the -
laid. Lake County Board of Realtors; Rotary Club's meeting at 12:15
Prom' other sections came I reports a number of commercial exhibits; p.m. BUT IN THE LOW-PRICED FIELD ;

ot & further, strengthening the Lake County booth,from the All Lake County school children
of the canned juice market. Most Central Florida Exposition at Orlando accompanied by their teachers will i i

canners are expected to add 2% I be admitted free from 10 a.m. to

cents across,the board this week Florida birds win be exhibitedIn 3pm. Friday night officers of
with most of them tacking on the recreation area betweenthe the State Chamber of Commerce
cent to a nickel 1'710 days buildings. Arrangementshave will be honored at a dinner at the
.2Y.less. been made for motion pic- Grand View Hotel at 6 p.m..
Maxcy said that .reports from tures to be shown at various exhibits Saturday Is "Everybody's Day.1 (

Texas where he has a big canning throughout the day and The Mount Dora High School _

operation, show that. on nI ht. band will play.
grapefruit Juice;that area is generally High school bands will be on Karl Lehman secretary of the On1yPLYMOUTHI.j

Nom 72V& to 75 cents a hand every day to parade to the Lake County Chamber of Com- s
dozen for canning plant exposition grounds and play on merce, is secretary-manager .of
which la 13& to 15 cents higher the bandstand in the recreation the exposition.

than recently. .

Citrus.,Shipments Stetson Educator CitesAdvantages 0 i .

Continue Steady has Safety-Rim Wheels

week's WINTER citrus HAVEN shipments[API as This reported Profession'sSpecial j

by the State Citrus Inspection -

Bureau totaled 1.198.499 [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] r

boxes against 1,174,048 boxes last DELAND-Maybe the teacher situation isn't so 'hopeless

week., This week's shipments were after all. Anyway here's one professor who declare d,

213,862 boxes of grapefruit: 977.- that now is a good time for young people to take up the i.

215 of oranges and 7.422 of tan- teaching profession. j

gerines. Last week's were 236,287; "From the standpoint of a satisfying life work reason 3 3M
921488 .. ..
and 16,393. able compensation and excellent "
Season's totals were 5.729.509: .
benefits opportunities
18427.440 retirement leges Is on the Increase, the rateis
and 2.448.760 for a
are increasing in the teaching .
total of 20.505.709 boxes. field." says Dr. R. L. Carter professor not In proportion to the need 4ltarjf

: of edue..Uot.t Stetson and the ppartanUy. This yeae. .

Graduates' AttendReunion University DeLand. Dr. Carter stated Florida colleges ,

Carter know the teacher's are turning out about Set

orfSCVVTALLAHASSEE problem from the inside. He was 'men and women [white and .J

lAP] Some 250 director of instruction for Hffls- Negro] who 'will go into thetea.ehlne' "
graduates of Florida State Col- boro County for eight years and I 1
lege for Women will attend the for seven yean of that time was profession, and the demand -

institution's "Alumnae College" I supervising principal of the win probably be for more ., t'lt4t
here this weekend. 'Tampa pubUe schools. Later he than 1500.
Nineteen classes will hold reunions was for seven years general '
As to teachers' strikes. Dr. Carter

with graduates of 1907 the school supervisor In Volnsia
said. "I think they should ball
the ;y
oldest scheduled to meet. County before assuming
means be last resort. It is
Mrs. Chase Going Woodhouse. chair of education at Stetson. :
most unfortunate for the publiito c
former U. s. Representative from "In spite of the fact that Florida neglect its teachers until the:y i a.r-
Connecticut and chairman of theWomen's
stands 45th in teachers' sal- feel constrained to use the strike
Division of the Demo-
aries in proportion to its wealth" While we have been tardy in ou: p+ ye
cratic National Committee addressed .
Dr. Carter stated. "I am receiving practical recognition of the valu #
alumnae at a banquetlast inquiries offering from $185 to of teachers in our society anc '

night. (200 per month for 12 months for teachers' salaries have been al

beginning classroom teachers with lowed to lag behind those in othe
college degrees. The State is becoming fields and the cost of living has
increasingly conscious of soared this situation is definitely
6 its obligations to its teachers and looking up."
is making increasingly good pro

I Nina was a Sumerian deity, th e

''t. of teachers name being A with Nm lady 1 as
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:\'!.[Page' 8 JAl[ itIlt &uubag Orlando&tutintl-. _Florida! far, March 16, 1947 I Chandler/ Will ..Probe MacPhail-Dodger'Feud 1

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; tjF 'Happy,' Here H Washington, Boston Braves Heafner In Loop Richards Commissioner New Net 1;

NEW YORK [AP] Vincent

.8r' BOB HAYES To Visit Nats, St. Louis To Brewers Lead; Hogan'sGame was-Ylnnie"named Richards commissioner of New York of, .:

.. Sam Zoldak St. Louis Browns' lefthander, is a former ph mot' tennis yesterday at the organization -

;.1' Joe Stripp Baseball School student. The same goes for xs '13j" Fr. LAUDERDALE [UP] Infielder of the World Professional

-AI, Evans, Washington's regular catcher '. Washington I Orders HearingA. RPlayToday : Alvin Dark an ex-Marine Breaks Tennis League. Anthony L
and former football star at Louisi-
deal that would bring Detroit elected
sportswriters are speculating on a Owen sf was

: Russ Peters, bespectacled St. Louis Browns shortstop, to B. t Happy] Chandler com the Washington ;ana State, who cost the Boston I JACKSONVILLE IAP1 The third president and Schoyler Van 4a:

r the Nats. .Florida State League directors will meet at 10:30 am. to- missioner of baseball, said last Nationals and the St. Louis Braves a reported $40,000. was released round of the $10,000 Jacksonville Bloom of Forest Hills, N. Y. l'1

", ,day in DeLand John Granaghan. former Robert E. Lee flank- night that he would hold a hear- ; a it i iKa Browns are scheduled to meet inOrlando's ] to the Milwaukee Brewersof Open Golf Tournament was play- vice president.
man who won All-Southern honors last'year, was a starter In Au- ing Monday March 24. at Sara- I the American Assn. ed over a rain-sodden course yes-
t burn's intra-squad game last Friday. .sota to probe the squabble between first major league exhibition e terday and when the splashingwas HOCKEY scones

. t Joe Cleary. Orlando righthander in 1941. who later was with Pres. Larry MacFhail of theew game of the Spring train- ST. PETERSBURG [UP] Pitcher over, Ben Hogan had blown Dot.* .. Ch<**9. 3.
" Palatka York Yankees. and the Brook- ing season at Tinker Field at 2:30 sky high and big Clayton Heafnerwas Montreal t. New York t.
'Chattanooga and Buffalo, will play with Jeff Emenon's I Clarence [Cuddles] Marshall ofthe Mender Indianaeetrs U
> lyn Dodgers. p.m. today. out in front by a stroke. S nn9f.eid 3. St- Louis L.Boston .
Azaleas this Bob Kennlngton. Winter Garden lefthander,
yrar late 1 New York Yankees was optioned -i 5. Toronto S (tie).
Chandler who arrived
yesterday Commissioner A. B. [Happy] (I I The mighty little shotmaker
and John Pavlich. catcher, both with DeLand last year are now to witness the Washington- .tARCH 1 to the Kansas City Blues in met St. Paul S. .Minneapolis. 1.
Chandler who arrived last night his downfall on the 140-yard Port Worth 4. Houston 4Tulsa .(lie).
l at the Portsmouth. Va., Piedmont'League club's training camp at St. Louis Browns baseball game to visit the Nats' training camp, 1 the American Assn. in a surprisemove sixth hole when his tee shot fell 3. Dallas 1.
.PalatLa The Sentinel-Star's annual Central Florida Conference here today, said he had been advised will be the guest of Pres. Clark ] by Mgr. Bucky Harris. in a small pond to the left of the Omaha 4, Kansas City 0.

basketball[ trophy will be presented Apopka's Blue Darters at by Walter Mulbry secretary- MCDONALD Griffith of the Washington Base- RESULTS YESTERDAYAt I green. It took 11 strokes to get

l a banquet In Apopka soon treasurer of baseball, from Sarasota praises Orlando highly ball Club for the game. Brooklyn I Panama _City_:._ 230 Ol. DO-* 11 4 the ball into the cup. A record AUTOSEAT
_' that arrangements for the e I Panama All-Stare .__ Ml 11 CO-3 7 2 high for a par-three hole in tour-
j meeting a week from tomorrowhad Managers of the Nats and the Chandler, Van Curt (6) and Edwards. 'nament
Grover Hartley Daytona Beach Islander manager Is working Browns last night Indicate the :Alenso, Scantleburr, Melevdez and Canrain. competition.
tout a deal with the St. Louis Cardinals to pick up on option some been said completed.He he had .not seen the pitchers they had selected for I ., Kellman.account of(Called darkness.end) of eight innings Heafner raided a two under COVERSHigh

Cardinal farm,talent Powell Sheffer former, OHS athletic star, letter forwarded him by Mac- SportscasterLauds yesterday's ralned-ont contest At Havana Cuba: par 70 to place his 54-hole totalat

f is now in California with a paratrooper outfit sweating out an overfseas Phail. requesting the investigationf I would be their mound choices 1 Cubans __(N h)_"S"_____ .ass 41 010 zoo MX 000--4 12 7 SBrooklyn 2 207,figures.In nine strokes. under regulation Grade Materials

assignment Claude Harmon who cut his golfing eye-teeth remarks "allegedly made" by today. Mrvas. Calvo (3) and 5,..-.; Barney. '. Your Choice of Colors

there at Dubsdread, shot a 12-under-par 60 for a,new course recordt Brooklyn club officials. Orlando I Manager Ossie Bluege of theI I King West(3) and Palm Anderson.At Beach:. man second Keiser place who at shot 208 was Her- S We InstallED

. Palm Beach's Seminole Country Club last week Babe Zahariashas "Walter Mulbry received the Nats will employ a trio of right Boston donated handsome trophy for the top lassie in the letter at Sarasota and has for- handers. Early (A) 210 OOO 000 OO-3 14 2Lanfr.i.
, a huge, Wynn Walt Mas- G. Elliott <4>. Barrett m Tied for third at 210 were Ed MAYO'S
i Pee Wee Golf Tournament today warded copies to officials of the Millions of radio listeners over terson and Tom Ferric, againstthe 'and Brady.. Masi (5). Dietrich, Savaoe (4), Furgol who had a 73 yesterday
-, Brooklyn club." he said Browns. McCahan (C), Coleman. (11) and Hour
: P f the nation heard Arch McDonald Astrotlt: (C). and Lew Worsham Washington. 161 '
He declined further commenton N. Main St. TeL 9782
Manager Muddy Ruel of the
i *. Ellis Clary. fiery Sanford shortstop in 1139 and 1940. is back describe Orlando as the "prettiestcity At Los An.leNCI.n" D. C.. with 71. "Steam
the matter. Cleaning, Slmonlzing
Mound City club indicated that
400 100 OOO-S s 0
In Sanford now in the Toledo Mud Hens training camp Rumor The smouldering squabble between and best baseball training site Chet Johnson and Hooks IoU ,Chicago (N> ____._ 001 OSO Olio 7 10 3 Next came Jim Milward. Madi- and Undercoating":
t in the country" last week over a Wolff. Embree (5)))>. Peat (S) and Heganj son, Wis.. with 74 and a 211 total.
7 from up -'DeLand way has it that Bill Steinecke has 17 pitchers MacPhail and the Dodgers lefthanders, and Frank Sanford. 'WY.., Schmitx: (5) and McCullough.At .
ready to shoot for spots on his DeLand Red Hat club Jodie flared when the Yankee president CBS sportshow carried by 207 a righthander would work againstthe San D ego:
Howlngton Sanford lefthander last Is with Jimmy Brown'sIndianapgUs asked for the hearing to deter- radio stations of the network.; Nats. New York (N) 200 Oil 02O- 13 0
season. .____
Chicago A)
McDonald; colorful Washington ( 010 002 OOO-3 9 4
Indians over at Leesbnrg One of the lined sports mine whether Brooklyn officialsare Kola Abernathy C6'. Tnnklo (7) and
sportscaster. directed the General admission win be 8$
responsible for the "utteranceand program leoper. Grass <*>, Lopat. Orove (5', Oil-
, gestures we've heard of in some time Is the move headed by George publication" of statements which centered about Major Lea- cents, with box seats priced at ..... (9) and T_.
I Edmondson. Tampa's"rabid sports fan. to'send the Hillsborongh allegedly made Branch gue baseball and the Washington $120 and bleacher' tickets 60 Exhibition games I between St. Louis (A)
basketball State, to New York for the national Rickey Baseball Club. cents. and Washington (A). at OrlandoKansas
squad. champions
Leo Durocher and Harold Parrott. City AA) and Philadelphia (M). Clearwater -
", I! collegiate cage tourney MacPha described the -state Pres. Clark Griffith of the Box .seat ticket holders for yes I ;New St. Louis York ((A N>) and-.. Boston and PhiladelphiaN (A). Sarasota -

ments as "libelous and scandalous"and Nats and Ossie Bluege, his field terday's game may either have ( ). Clearwater and Cincinnati (N) and '
;. The report persists that the Cleveland Indians will come back asked Chandler to determine manager, appeared on the program. their money refunded or exchange Now were York cancelled 1(A),because St. Petersburg of rain.,. yesterday,

to this State next year for their Spring training Gee Walker, whether they were true or false. them for tickets to today's game. :

:the Orlandoan., who will pilot Cincinnati's Columbia. S. C.. club in: Attached to the one-page letterto ,Griffith in the broadcast gave GAMES TODAY ,
By the Associated Press)
the SaUy League this year, is at the Red's camp in Tampa helping: Chandler were approximately the inside details of the 1935 deal MacDill Field TopsO'Brien's St. Louis (A) vs. Washington (A) at
10 stories from New York newspa- with the Boston Red Sox. baseball ORLANDO.New .
foaled abroad. Omar
;Manager Johnny Nuen one pers which quoted the Dodger offi- York (A) ... Detroit (A) at Lake .
He did it in 1917 s biggest transaction, in which ..
:Khayyam: has ever capped the Kentucky landCleveland
ials with the remarks which Mc- 63-45 .
he sold his son-in-law Joe Cronin. W vs. Chicago (N) at Los "
,. In seven years, the Florida State League has had nine no-hit- Phail protests. to Boston for a quarter of a mil- An,..... :>-. -''' \
,ters turned in for the- nine inning distance-and Jim McMullen of Also attached was a summary lion dollars plus Lynn Lary, a [Special l to The Sunday Sent n f-Star] Diana.New York (N) vs. Chicago (A) at San, ;

:Deland who turned in "one of those no-hitters in 1937, lost the of articles signed by Durocher and i $35,000 shortstop.The TAMPA-MacDffl Field seeded Boston (A) vs. Cincinnati (N) at Tampa.Pittsburgh i,
(N) vs. Boston (N) at Fort
{game. 3-0. to Orlando which McPhail charges were writ- Old Fox disclosed for the number one, had little trouble in Lauderdalo. ,
Pitcher Howard Martin and Infielders Bud Burns and Cal ten by Harold Parrott. The articles Brooklyn (N) vs. .local team at Panama.Philadelphia ea4ePte eput't4'de
j appeared in the first time the fact he had de- eliminating O'Brien's of WInter (N) .... St. Louis (N) at St.
Ermer. all off Orlando's 194 team leave tomorrow for Charlotteto Brooklyn clined a $250,000 offer from the Petersburg.Philadelphia.
Eagle.It. : aPrk 63-45. In the State AAU (A) .. Baltimore ID at .
begin drills with the Charlotte Hornets Sam <(<;o12i Orlando Red Sox only two months beforehe Hollywood. Fla.Chattanooga.
shortstop last year, will probably be peddled by Charlotte Mike was disclosed at a press finally agreed to the deal. Tournament here yesterday. The
i. Domlnguea, former Orlando outfielder who mysteriously quit Wash- conference called by McPhail at "After thinking it over,I decided victors took the lead in the first fifoauvteMTHH

I Ington's camp last week wants to play ball with the TampaI ridge St.' Petersburg that Will Har- to go through with.it because tarter.M Dill C5n: and tv were ft tp O never'Brtens headed.<4S) tv ft ts I Lookouts I Jal
president of the American
Smokers this year Johnny Sosh. Daytona Beach pilot last Joe Cronin] was In the family. Howard.! I e ZMsndtf' S 414 "
[SpecraJ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star
League, had joined Yankee officials I Witts 5 lOBlalockf' 31 7McOure.f
thought it would be unfair to
} year', fe with Al Todd's Mobile Bears now. in 4 1 WeUraanf' 1 1 3 aa
asking for the WINTER GARDEN Here
bearing. are as
keep him on my ball club," he J, Ripple 1 0 2!8wsek r.e 113
McPhail also said Charlie'Dres- explained. Murras 1 1 3,Hancock 2 2 6 the remaining Spring exhibition

Babe Ruth To Aid sen former Dodger coach and now Griffith also listed his all-time I Cline.Materlol t. 6 S 3 1 15 SITylerc'Propps. 01 3 0 6 1 games for the Chattanooga Look- w i

Rollins ListsJ18Game serving In a similar capacity with team of baseball stars naming I'Mitchell 0 3 3Jwtlcel: 1 3 I outs of the Class AA Southern

t Youth Program the Yanks had filed a parallel Lou Gehrig Honus Wagner Nap'O Edmondo Hippie f 2 3 3 1 SI 91" Assn. [Tomorrow: The Indianapolis ij

, complaint against the Brooklyn Lajoie and Jimmy Collins as his Indians
WASHINGTON [rAP Babe Dodger officials. I Total 23 13 631 Totals 16 13 45 Today. Tol-do AA). Sanford; Tuesday.
McPhail infield; Tris Speaker. Ty Cobb Milwaukee AA). Winter G........, Wednesday. j
Ruth will help In the nation- asked Chandler thatIf
and Babe Ruth as his outfield TWO LIONS SIGN Toledo (AA). Winter Garden; Thurs
Slate wide program sponsored by he should find the remarks'falsethen day. Indianapolis. , Winter Garden.
and Bill
Dickey Gabby Hartnettand
Atty. Gen. Tom C. Clark to expand they should be "silenced" DETROIT rAP) Center Frank Friday. Washington Nats (AL>. Winter
Mickey Cochrane as his Szymanski and Fullback Camp Garden: Saturday. Toledo (AA). WinterGarden
sports and recreation for Sunday. March 23. Washington.
,1 catchers. His pitchers included
Wilson standout performers for Nab (AL). Winter Garden. March 24-
Coach Joe Justice of the Rollins American.youth. Ruth's acceptance 1
Walter Johnson. Smokey Joe CA"L).
Washington Nits Orlando: March 25.
Second the Detroit Lions last have
f College baseball team yesterday of an invitation from the eStarting Woods. Bob and season Toledo (AA). Sanford: March 27. Milwaukee -
"Lefty" Grove
signed 1947 contracts. Coach Gus .. ). .
announced an 18-game collegiate sports writers and sports broadcasters (AA Cocoa March 2S. Orlando FSU.
Christy Matthewson. Winter Garden end March 30. Indianapolis.
[(schedule for the Tar nine and co-operating with ClarkIn Of .. Dorais announced yesterday. Leesburc (The Lookouts break camp
[said.. he expected to add fours the program was announced BASKETBALL RESULTS here March 30) 1
games with the Stetson Hatters yesterday.- (Regular college' ........)
-:. Sports Shorts \ Cornell 51. Dartmouth 37.
ito the schedule soon. The Tars .jSNEAD Gate Tried Harvard M. Yale 41 l' "
will also play exhibition contests LOSES AGAIN Penn 55. Princeton 4J. I i I It* THE TROPICAL SUIT.THAT-IREATHIS"FRESH!* *
with Florida State League Clubs. First Baseman Rudy York, last NIT at New York.West :
The schedule. : JOHANNESBURG South Africa INGLEWOOD. Calif. AP] An- Bosox holdout. signed his '47 con- Virginia 59. Bradley If. M.
N. C. State (1. St Johns SS.NAIB
April 1. Southern eel...... Lak..and: [AP Bobby Locke, South Africa's other new starting gate for har- tract British professional at Kansas City t1Ab6

." April a.-.s.11.12.University Miami, el Tampa.' April Tampa 15.15. Open golf champion defeated ness races, employing two motor- golfers Dai Rees and Charlie Ward Flagstaff 47. Emporia State Teachers saCCOftsoC.tion.J. 1 1 1 YRaHI $29
-J Florida. Gainesville :::as.2*. OeortiaSavannah Sam Snead touring U. S. pro who driven arms that move ahead of express confidence for their coun- .Marshall College 73 Mankato State .:
ern( Colleoe.I Branch homos), home May:2-3 April Miami.29 South Miami holds the British Open title, by, a the horses and fly open at the try's Rider Cup team in their Tchrs 59. (Championship).
i' ; May .-!.. Florida home; May le-lT. a and 5 score yesterday in a press of a button when the starter forthcoming play with the Ameri- NGmAEMWodd'sFnlestF'ahing I

and Qioreia May Savannah 2324. Tampa branch homo.). Savannah 36hole'exhibition match over the has the field lined up. was exhibited can golfers ..Rip Valenti, Boston KELLY-Springiield I I
a1ON .
Pretoria course. at Hollywood Park,yester- matchmaker sayS he has offered ,

day.Observers Joe Louis $100,00 and 40 per cent Boats Guides V
BISONS ADD GRIDDERS regarded it as an im- of the gate to risk his title against TIRESWith n :

TOM COX BUFFALO [API The Buffalo provement over the gate tried at Johnny Shkor at a Boston ball ,R and Tackle I
Santa Anita last and I
Winter Garden Bisons of the All-American Foot- year discarded park this Summer.
ball Conference yesterday signed because of moving shadows The South produces less than REAL RUBBER a
Nationally Famous Joe Kodba. former Purdue center, from an overhead boom. The new one fourth of this year's major Friction Stock RESERYATIOIIS alLY FABRIC I
i gate will be given thorough trial league I ,a '
Men's Wear and Bernie Craig, former University a player crop according to .
at the 27-day Western revealed liberal Trade-in Allowance ', L f.n.ua
Harness figures yesterday. Of the ,
Year 'Round Low Prices of Denver guard, for the 1947 .
Assn meeting opening April 11. 690 players on current rosters. 157 : c ; gawdSwrsw .t h '.'
season. hail from the 12 Southern states EARL'SSUNOCO xti"z c. ; .

with North Carolina leading with
Six Rollins Net
i 36 Coach Mike Milligan. form- :: SERVICE .:

BALLS WANTED erly at the U. of Florida has Issued -': 233 E. South St. x dt: RS m iMO*SLIMS
GOLF Players in Meet the first Spring football call' d<
a TeL 4774 '
Six Rollins College tennis stars at the U. of Pittsburgh for Mon-I PHONE 5311 a MARCO.FLORIDA ...
day The Chicago Cubs appearto :
\ left yesterday to compete in the .
Any Quantity slightly damctean used balls with no University of Miami tennis tour- be well-fixed at every spot except a
aged used balls cuts shortstop. i -
nament starting in
today Miami-
X-rays taken of the right elbowof
$1 per doz. $1,75 per doz. Playing in the women's division Brooklyn hurler Rube Melton.
will be Shirley Fry. second seeded,
disclose a bone chip Johnny
Ship In burlap bags heavy cardboard cartons. Betty '
t or Rosenquest Nancy Morn Yen der Meer Cincinnati pitcher
son Jean Clarke!, and Rosemary had a watch Red fans him eHfeire cold
We pay express. Cash will be sent promptly. Buck. In the are
division will be '
in 38 [the year he pitched two no-
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about cool suit I .
Enrique Buse. figures a ,
44M S. Dixie hitters] stolen from his apart-
DIXIE GOLF RANGE ment Latest coach appoint- Northcool Tropicals have r
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.. Mud Hens Lookouts ments send Emmett R. Stuber to ,
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College as new grid
t Meet at Sanford mentor: : Nicholas J. Wasylik. '-2541 "openings" in fi.

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The Toledo Mud
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: .Novel.Pee Wee Golf Tournament. Staged Here Today I WELLS FLORIDA DRILLEDAnywhere In

Orlando, Florida, March 16, 1947 eljr &nnfcrg fcrniinrl-S-lar Page 9 [A] ANT SIZE

!iiJJ o4Io7d4 Rain Delays ....... ANY DEPTH
arty and *at the nwamt a inS i
Florida Teams net in a bossed and no iwarvr th. Dot .4
a League USGA Reveals which peanuts the .lay r to take hi* FOR HOME-
r stanc and to k. hn cnmnktto trfc
By HERB MOSHER -. in the direction ho wishes t. Nor front t. RANCHOR -
such stance without intorforvnco hr the
Meet t Opening Open Training This Week obstruction and without intorfcronco oy GROVE:
Decisions onr prize-winning fish in the Sears-Sentinel-, the obstruction.. with th* anticipated night I

t Star Statewide fishing contest will probably be reach dsometime'this The Orlando Senators and two other of the Florida New Changes of Another the .ball.'important than was in th. We Guarantee
State League's eight clubs launch their preseason training penalty for playing a wren ball in strokeplay.
and chances excellent that the The ml now toads -Th_ rs nopenalty Water No
week, are Yesterday camps this week in preparation for the opening of the for. playm one Steaks w.th a or

lucky individuals who won cash_ money will be named in Class D circuit's eighth year of operation.Bus. wrong Played ball tho: if penalty two consecutive os draoualificatieft.However atrehee are. Fay
in Golf RulesNEW i. hazard i.
this corner next Sunday. Br CHARLES WADSWORTH< Mgr. John Ganzel of the Orlando club,,the loop's for playing. any a number."there of strokes no penalty with a \ We will glady
wrono ball as btfoie
Walter Heard head of the contest, yesterday said several puzzling [The Sunday Sentinel-Star Sports Staff] 1946 champions said Playing Mgr. -Ie Under the old definition if a competitor give youFREE
Lou Bevil would open the Senators, YORK TAP] The first played a stroke or strokes with the
matters .remain to be solved by the judges. He said a great many Delayed because of rain a field camp at 1:30: pjn., tomorrow at ter"; wrong baH h. would be penalized two I I
rules of golf since :
small fry changes in the strokes and then allowed to play his ownball.
fish were entered In the contest but that some excellent catches were of enthusiasts nearly 50 stood by impatiently Tinker Field with some 27 players 1934 were put into the book by the .. I Fi+ Estimates
scheduled to check in today.
not "in the moneysimply because larger fish werecaught.. He yesterdaY awaiting the startingcall United States Golf Assn. yesterdaywith Iwo,
# for the first annual Florida Ganzel said the Senators the main emphasis on simplifying A. I L ALEXANDER, INC \ i't 36 Months
added> the judges were extremely anxious to announce winners justas Golf Tournamenthere would work at 1:30 pm. except the playing code.'
State Pee Wee I ,
to Pay
Quickly as possible. today at Dubsdrfad Country on days Washington plays erg Adopted last year but withheld Offers tz44.c_., Owners
tames here when the :.;! until yesterday by the USGA to :
Club. 12 of workouts will start at 9 a.m. ., obtain the views of the Royal and ONE: DY: SERVICE LIBBY FREEMAN'I
The youngsters years
Continuing the subject of the "Lake Concord sailfish. four- nine-hole] The other two clubs ticketed to Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews, I Factory Trained MeckaPiaHerb
will '
under play a
and ? I Hu gl .. Service Manager 711 W. Church St. TeL $859
which'red and which medal round first today, after open drills today are the DeLand Scotland the revision cuts the
I and-a-half-feet: long Iseley was talking about, I 1Z4 W. Livingston Phoa 21377 I
which the four low gross scores in fled Hats anti the Saint Augustine k rules from 61 to 21. The new code j '
"billfishwas' taken. in Lake Concord recently without the benefitof the 10-12 age bracket will competein Saints. is 'M iSueifect.ive as of yesterday. I --

outrigger equipment by Winter Visitor Lee Hart well, who Is in a nine-hole final round. Mgr.Buddy Lake of the Sanford p; Among the more important
Celery Feds is expected to open .-e chances were those on out of I MILLWORK
Orlando for a: time! from Indiana:- Denny Champagne, Dubs- training a week from Monday. '' :.<: AW bounds balls use of the flagstick STORE FIXTURES DOORS

This huge specimen of a gar which had a "snoot" comparIng dread pro who explained that Sanford has 12 players under contract and artificial obstructions. CABINETS SASH SPECIAL- ITEMS: I

I very favorably in length with the bill or sword, of a sailfish. the tournament was being including the following hold- Under the new code the penaltyfor I DRY CYPRESS ON HAND
staged to aid In the juvenile delinquency overs from last year; Lake and an out of bounds ball is loss
is like many another big one swimming around in the Florida fight as well as boostgolfing Jerry Silverman. outfielders. Al s of distance only. Before the C. E. HUDSON 1133 Church St.
, lakes! and in e Phone 2-4487 W.
interest scores Bryant and Bob Tuttle infielders: player lost both distance and a .
Undoubtedly "sailflsh" measuring a full five-feet in length the next generation, said that Pitcher Jim Payne and Catcher' .: stroke.
kids ranging in are from three Ernie Motteler. The flagstick change was in the
six-footer could be taken from Lake'Mattland-
or possibly even a ,
to 12 old will compete.
yean Grover Hartley former New wkti matter distance. Under the new
a lake so very well stocked with huge gar-fish that observers have I All the youngsters up to six will York Giant coach who signed rules in stroke play when the CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH

often wondered how many black bass are displaced.. by these ugly I.play on three holes, he added. 14 players of the Joe Stripp flagstick is attended there "is a 1
customers! No entry fees are being affixed Baseball School, has been, unable two-stroke 'penalty if the ball I

The harm done by garfish, and rough fish in general is at least and shortened clubs are availableat to set s definite date ear LOU BEVIL strikes the flagstick or the person Have Your Gar Completely OVERHAULED
lier than 1 to at the hole of I
the club's pro shop gratis to April begin DayOrlando's new pilot standing regardless
two-fold. In the,first case: the rough fish. or gars do undoubtedlyeat
Junior and his golfing friends. tons Beach Islanders workouts from how far away the ball was'
up many desirable species-plenty ol young black bass for in- because of Spring training actlr- T already under contract. played Previously the two-stroke PAINTED AND TRIMMED

stance. But undoubtedly tile greatest harm that they do Is to The Orlando SentinelStarwill ities in Daytona. Word yesterday And over at Leesburg. Mgr. Bill penalty was inflicted only when

crowd out the more desirable fish eating all available food. taking present a three-year trophy was he would probably start Good plans to workout this week the ball was hit from within 20 EASY TIME PAYMENTSA.
to the winning boy and miniature next week at Kelly Field. with the Indianapolis Indians and yards of the hole.
what the lake affords leaving no room or opportunity for the fish copies of the trophy to each Mgr. Johnny Toncoff of the then head for Pensacola a week .far artificial nbtruction the new rates

which are worthwhile. el the four bracket winners. Palatka Azaleas will hold his first from Monday to open the Lees- Mid"Excvnt: HI a hazartf if a ball >. within P. CLARK MOTORS Inc.
The victorious girl which will workout March 27. and ,Owner burg Pirates' training there In tw. ........nvth. *f an ..._._. ...- ,
Recently we bad the 'pleasure of a visit from E. B. Speaker either be Carol Sawyer aged Jeff Emerson of the Azaleas yesconjunction with other Pittsburgh; .truct.: it may lie Sifted without a an- ,889 N. ORANGE PHONE X07USuperQuality
nine or Joan Dann, aged 11 and .
terday reported about 15 players Pirate farm clubs.White
superintendent of fisheries for the State of Iowa. and while in FloridaMr daughter of former Southern

?,Speaker looked over the Orlando district the Okeechobee area Amateur champion Carl Dann 16 e LOOK (

and fished some with us. without either one catching anything of Orlando the only two girls 'ar-Olds S \f\ ill/Side I-

that was outstanding. But Mr. Speaker finally did-upon much entered will receive over trophy seven donated yeacs old by, Berry wo-e Paint before fly time. L hlxt;

the data how the State of Iowa handles this 'Week's
urging give
us on Mrs. Mildred [Babe] Zanarias, Plenty of Outside White

""roughfish problem. the nation's leading woman Highlight < Performances Phon. T. W. Mayo-5740 'e

i:... Roughly I for the full story must be told another day when player. I
DAVID [FIGGIE] FRIEDMAN Painting & Decorating
pace permits Iowa under State supervision regularly seines all Champagne said that,although By
of the lakes In the State operating on a business-like basis. In'orderto parents will be allowed to follow [The Sunday Sentinel-Stor Harness-Horse Expert] .r

keep the fish populations In balance.* The "rough" fish, which their sons and daughters no The highlights the, past week out at the Florida Live-

are sold by the State, pay for all this work:-and pay into the bargain coaching from the sidelines will stock Exposition, Inc.., half-mile track and at the Seminole : at.
a ,small profit! be allowed at any time. Park mile track at Casselberry were the training per- tdI

In other words-an commercial fishing'in the Iowa lakes Is done formances bf the two-year-olds from the White and Berry jj DISTINCTION [r! T
by the 8\&te. with the sole Idea of Improving the sports fishing. Pattillo Sets Stables. -.0 I' .
Trainer Ben White drove the various members In Improved form the I u.
Since: Iowa has performed almost miracle-in line with improving past week The pacing colt Poplar F,D B. I +w
her fishing-the full story will be presented one day soon. two-year-old trotting colt Madi- (2>. a handy mile in 2 28V4-:384. the trotI I I
ters Voloptous In 23O-4-33V: : Rollo in I II 8 L E /
-* son Hanover owned. by W. H. 234-:34: Highland!!: Lassie in 2:33-:34.. IJJ I I % ,
Gator Whippet Charlie The conclusion (a be drawn Is this: Florida has at least 10,009 Record Strong Brooklyn, a mile In 2.26-: with Dr. Malone W. Hallam up) In 2.34- : :::- I)

lake which/could, under State supervision 3-4. last quarter In :34 12. The :3 H.( : the trotters Way Yonder (3>. In ; U
and for State profit be 2,28-:33: Nymph Hanover <3> in 2.29-:35. : .- .
fished commercially for "rough" fish. This would automatically two-year-old pacers. Kisco Dale the pacers. Poplar Byrd f3'> In 25-34: : : f. '. ..,-': f'b I) U IOUSEIt
[Special to The Sundoy:\ Sentinel! -Star] Ann Bellows (31 In 2:29'35 and Direct I :' v.'' i :
the evils of commercial fishing In Florida-yet the evidence seems GAINESVILLE Pat Pattillo owned and driven by Tom' Berry Ins Chief highly in 2:30-33.trained' Th..latter five art be- ,I ft .: ,H 1

to be that some commercial fishing must be done In order to remove Orlando running for Phi Delta paired with Poplar Volo [W. Hal- Owner F T Kilmer worked the three fI J ,
Theta fraternity in the university.s members of the stable lightly the past I I t f l)
the rough fish! annual inter-mural track lam up). owned and bred by.Mr. week The pacers Star You (8) in 2:1: :>- b B BTile
::32: *.: Little Don Worthy ($) In lft-,33
and Mrs. R. C. Larkin. Poplar Hill :
Florida's methodthat of allowing private commercial fishing meet set a new record for the 880- and the trotter 1.< Interests to operate as they operated before the recent yard run. His time of 2:06,2: bet- Farm Lexington. Ky. worked a Len Murphy worked the trotter. Whippet I
mile in 2:25: 1-2 last quarter in 's Will (34. In 2.32-.3S. !I IOwner I tJ
all fresh tered by 3.2 seconds the old mark J, H. Nicholson worked his two- 11
on commercial ftsh1nI"-dId not work. The
:32 Something new pleasure
1-4 record for two-
a season horse I)
held Bob stable lightly tne past week The
by Brooks of Tampa. IJ IJt
commercial fishermen, operating for private gain did not really year-old pacers. Berry also worked trotters. Slickawsy (IS), in 2-23<34Vi and h 1 boats this 33-foot welded steel I)
Julian Dominick built of
[ of
ATO Or cruiser destroyer
Princess Marry In 2:3&
I (5) : 36.
de the Job needed., lando won the shot put with a the two-year-old trotting colt. FLOYD HANKS STABLE I I I c. plate thickness, offers almostindestructable Il(J
Iowa;however under STATE SUPERVISION,.,..has achieved al- heave of 432" in the fraternity Arnold Hanover owned by Irv The converted Katherine Tipton (.) all favorable durability found and
11 points 11)
Gleason, Williamsport. Pa. in worked a handy mile on the trot In 2:2534'i j
most ft miracle'In fishing-improvement. league while Bill Godwin of St. I I I 11 only hi the higher price field.
And all of this means tales : : the green trotter. Earls Joule Mite I tJ)
Cloud won the 220-yard dash in 2:25: last quarter In :33 1-2. <6>, In 222H-35S: and the pacer, frlsco Nothing like it afloat todayl f
yet-to be told so leave all this to another day. the dormitory-independent meet. All ar. two-year-old trotters unless specified Pat (7) in 3SVi-3T4.. I{t '
Without doubt the deck I II 11
Numbers In parenthesis Indicate VISITORS AND TRACK NOTES Paint
Phi Delta Theta copped the their Me The members from the various Visitors: Mr and Mrs. Ray Lynch Mali 'f'I cabin is the most homelike I)
meet with 38 Vi points. Kappa stables trained in Improved form the past sllon. Ohio: Mr. and Mrs John Dagler.Allentown I bud roomy that has been i)
!mmB P'I lTV SiaktZd. Alpha order bushed In the second wrek altN WHITE The followin STABLE arc their verkouUJ; Ohio (vita. Fa of. Mrs.the' K.noted B, Pia trainer Sica. Canton.): SamBriesland I t into any boat I I) .
spot with 22 Vi points. Judge Moore a lightly trained mile In 1 I. '
Jr. Brooklyn guest of W. H. Ii !
Other boys of Orlando compet- 22733Vt: : Adeline Hanover in 2:32. last String: Max Yauener Compton Lake i } 11I i Buy the Best for Lasting Protection
.. half In 1:10'10. last quarter la341... a season N.J.; C. R, Belyea Springfield Center. I )
TSNTAI-501t7tQ AIID RAIN"tAI.J(- ing were Fred Ward in the half If Western Foirliner . I
'rTeSAl30/ record for .r-old .
.o- fillies
4'R.$ GOIeKi p etAtrpgR a MCNe eeTTEArHAII trotting "T.; o. C. Stover Delaware Ohio and I
titT MARGIao- TO Loaf mile for Phi Delta Theta. and i i Monroe Hanover In 41-.35: latter most I II Mr. and Mrs F. A. Fetrofsky. Haddam \ H i} : ; and Greater Beauty
CLL BeT R'S I PLAIN LOCKMJQ'' I improved 2-,e.r-old trotter in the stable: Conn.The t () This 26-foot cruiser Is s
MiGtTY Robert Williams in the
HARD TO LOSg A STATE AUTO 220-yard Wilbur Hanover In 2421-37: In Improved Arden Homestead Stable shipped out tl I standout for beauty yet rug1)I
etAirridL, i14Lri.17FR. ONE/1 dash for Sigma Alpha Epsilon. form The following trained their last th. past week 10 head headed by Titan } gedness is built into every I
quarter at the end of a slow mile: Bricbt Hanover In charge of Trainer Joe McFad- I i1 inch of her. Write or phone :l 4 69 Famous Super Quality mod with Titanium
f BODYWORKSGeneral Star in 38'-',: Her Orsce in :39: Diana. d.... to Hollywood Park IDlllew_. CaL. I for particulars and discover II
In .39V. Nibblemtte In :394z. Th. two where the harness racing season opens on why she will add up to greater 1 l Dioxide assuring greater weather rtsist
Townsend pacers. the colt Titan Hal. 2 29-:J4 in April 11 for 27 days of racing. 11 strength, greater sea-. I)
t improved fashionthe flu,. Santa Mite.
KOrththmess. greater safety I'' one and more brilliant color. Dots not
In 2:3:>-:38: the highly retarded 3-rear-old GALAVAILABLE 1pt. -

Named Tiger rottinc 2.24-33'4 colt.. Dcane Nibllk.Hanover a coupled mile with la ORLANDO'S LARGEST SHOPOur longer expense.JIIaad\ lower upkeep 1 IJ I II II q .I t, chip or crack.Coven any surface. .
Adrian Hanover <3> handy In 2:40-:37. IN .
EUGENE POWNALL STABLE seven chairs assure fJ 1
Trainer E. Pownall worked the Arden minimum of 1
a waiting
Cage CaptainCoach :,ome 237th-:34 tead-wned: the paeans rll"p Mamscot Hanoveri9) 2) EOLA BARBER SHOPA. 3 GALLON :.

in .222'-J4l Mary Hanover <8> I Dyght! i h CANS-ONLY
Ty Smith of the Orlando In 225H-J31.: Oolda (8) in 227H-32 L. Dickinson. Pr.p.Orlaado'a I r
handy: the pacer., Expendable. a Ushtr -. only air-conditioned shop 1.0
High School basketball team yes- 1 trained mile In 2 24-:34, IJ
22 E. Washington St.ALSCHULTZ .
announced that Charles
Trainer Chappell worked the pacing>> colt. L Beach Dr. N. Pb. t7J IJ
TIRESand [Bummy],Townsend star senior No Mo Direct (2). In 234H-J6: ; the trot- U
center had been elected honorary Ins colt. Blltown. in 2 42-:38. the pacers.Roy .
Petersburg AVE.I
33 S. ORANGE .
Dlllard (3) in 232-35H: : : Pure Gold Q W. T. GRANT CO.
captain of the Tiger cage squad (4> in 33"--J5: : Wyn-E-Law (5) In 2.28....- J
for the 1947 season and varsity :35 and Oay Adam 16) 2-2V.-..3SH x cceeccece'O I
letters had been awarded 11 players poring colt Ohio Hal (2) fMrs R -- -- -

Pyle np'. Mercy Abbe Townsend one of five seniors the mile in 2:39*.-:38 in improved fashIon *
FOAMWinter : the trotters Gremlin (5>. a lightly :
Goodyear AIR was the only player on the trained mile In 2:30-:35: : Ony Happy
squad to receive his third Thouihts (3) In 29-J5H" and the pacer
The Judge' Directly \1). In 2.24-331s
basketball letter. Three other handy I
seniors Hugh Stump Hollis Me- TOM BERRY STABLE (At mile track. _
Park 478 Call and Bob MeGmnis received Seminole Driving; Park) 1 YOUR
TELEPHONES Orlando 2-0429 Trainer Tom Berry and assistant train t
their second letters while Mil ers. W. Hallam and B. Mulloy. worked the 1

4I ton Drake the fifth senior, accumulated I
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r ,wna w. Para asoctane. ter.Five juniors and one sophomore .
J1280 ORANGE AVE .WINTER PARK.PLA9W PMI 2.142! received letters.. Juniors winning -CAR. .
WkTE STREET AUTO BOD? WORKf letters Lyons are Johnnie Doug Francisco Fiedler. Jack Art a ,, J

1 6 STATE STOPUNDO fLA Ross and Jerry Cloud. Kent t

I I Stevens was the only sophomore I Wishes to announce to his friends _
to win a varsity award. many OUR ;

that he is now estpblished in his own shop. l!


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Requested Osceola, Sales Clermont Postal DeLand Broker Sees Clermont[Special CLERMONT-.City to, The Lots Sunday Sold Sent of Clermonthas I-Stor1 l

ly VIOLET DUNHAM sold two lots In Indian Hills

_; [Exec. Sec, Florida Association of Realtors subdivision to Mina Johnson for

I; FLORIDA REALTORS, WHO are working to amend the Top $$69,900 Colony Prospers 'Only Fair Market'By $250.subdivision and five to Francis lots In Indian C. Harmonfor Hills

{ compensation law of Florida as well ask 9600.

the Federal law, find that more than $120 million is estimated {Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star (Soeclol to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] TOM PUCE

A to have been assessed against the nation's real KISSIMMEE-More than $69- CLERMONT-The. Postal Col- [Our Own Stcff Correspondent: ]
900 in real estate deals changed
iB estate brokers to pay a tax for unemployment compensatlon hands in Osceola County duringthe ony. at Clermont was organizedin DELAND-"The days of buying any home at any priceare FIREPROOFYour

from which their salesmen past two weeks in March. according 1923 by a group of retired rail- definitely behind us now," D. B. Tuten. veteran De- building with

: upon whom the tax is paid can to the records in the way mail clerks. Land real estate broker said yesterday "and I look for only
obtain no relief although the Courthouse .of J. L. Overstreet. The company bought several "
; ,Federal legislation has been in effect City Building county clerk. hundred acres of land in Lake a fairly good this ensuing Springand; Summer. I "MECCO"Rotting
since 1935. The reason there He said bad weather had had much to do with the Steel Doors
This amount is under the
sales- County and subdivided It Into current lull which brought the '
can be no relief is that a Kalamem Doors
man on a commission basis is not total transactions shown on the five and 10 acre tracts which market locally to almost a stand Tin Clad Fir Door 4

unemployed in a period when he Tops $$150,000) two books previous in the Courthouse weeks which for the totaled were sold to retired postal work- still. He expects it to pick up some Home Garden PlannedAs II Metal Industrial Clad Steel"Industra"Doors Doors

happens to receive no commissions. $114,000. ers. or those who expected to retire during the next few weeks but BARCOL OVERdoor Garage
';:f, approximately! in a few years. nothing like activity heretoforeseen. Exposition Feature Doors
The highest sale price for' the The cleared the,land I
:j. Orlando construction permits company (Special to The Sunday Sent I-Stor' PIOBC 47M for eautor a
U. NELSON exe during the first half of March are period. as shown by the State and set out citrus groves cared Sale of the Sinclair filling station -
'" HERBERT of Na- trailing the comparable period Revenue Stamps placed on the for them. and changed only the on N. Blvd. was announced by EUSTIS-A feature of the 4-H FRANK(11 BrvokhaTCB SUPPLY Drive CO.

;: 'ttonal Association of Real Estate last month by more than 50-per documents, amounted to approxi- actual cost of operations to" the Paul A. Hunter of DeLand. He Club exhibit at the Florida Sports-

; Boards says that every day the II cent. City Building Inspector A..E. mately $18.500 for the property of owners. sold at "undisclosed figure to men's Exposition here March 17-
f construction industry is kept Slauson reported yesterday. Mr .and Mrs. Fred Reagan. out of In 1928 The Postal DevelopmentCo. Robinson of Ocala. R. P. Bell bandied 22. will be the home garden planted -

; under controls, the country is Approximately $150.000 in St. Cloud. who sold to Mr. and was formed as an operating the sale.Despite several weeks ago by the boys.
,Mrs. Floyd Anderson. Next high company. and acquired equipmentand OPEN FOR INSPECTION
deprived of about 3,000 homes The garden was originally planted -
building permits have been issued lack of activity on the
was the sale of $5,500 of property supplies to care for the groves.
house before the February freeze and
= enough to 12,000
persons. this month as comparedwith local market, prices still have
:::. He estimates that so far this $371,000 for the first half I.belonging to Mr. and Mrs. C. D. I In 1939 this company merged with not come down to any appreciable I had to be replanted. In the garden 2:00 TO 5:00 P.M. TODAY
the Postal Colony Co.. and Postal
t: Hedrick of St. Cloud to Miss Elizabeth 'I
bureaucratic control has which is growing rapidly now
year of February. I.
Thome.Two I Colony Co..Inc..was formed. Thisis extent. The situation seems
cost the nation 200,000 homes. are onions, carrots cabbage and
to be one of watchful waiting
Residential construction per- I transactions for $5,000 each 4.--'t' a stock company. and only grove I
mits were issued to Bertaram I were sale by Mr. and Mrs. BarneyV. owners whose land was developedand on the part of both customersand other vegetables. 1529 George Street

rpHERE IS NO fear of an uncon- Block. 716 and 712 Byrn Mawr Thomas of property in St. i ,- I cared for by the company owners. I

A trolled boom. in real 'estate $4.400 each; J. H. Smith.- 917 Cloud to Dora E. Bass and "purchase ? -4' can purchase stock. As an indication of the building
: which ha been held up as an excuse Grand Ave.. $3,000; Walter John- by Mr. and Mrs. Frank The company cares for groves slack construction has ceased on SKILL! + EXPERIENCE East of Fern Creek Drive,
for Indefinite continuation of son. 906 W.> Concord, duplex. and markets the fruit for membersof
; Bovard of St. Cloud property belonging a dozen homes in this vicinity.
: rent control. Although prices of 8000J.; B. Oakes. 1824 Amherst to Mr. and Mrs. CharlesF. the company; and also for some And For Sale signs on the uncompleted Makes an the difference in the world 1 block North of Kaley
: {!residential property will be based $7,500; Neuman. outside growers who. .want the structures are beginning to in : School. 5-room concrete tile
: (on normal values wen located A. D. Case, 1920 Hamilton. Other transactions and the approximate work done. They remain in various '"Morris Builders Hu Both"One
down town business properties $5,000; W. J. ..Eubank 28 E. mounts Involved are sale by Mr. and ... This company was formed to appear. bungalow, furnished. Immediate -
Mrs. Martin H. Walsh of St. Cloud iroprty I to work- stages of completion, some with contract means one responsibility
give postal
an opportunity
may continue upward. Other Princeton. $5,000; J. L. Stevens. to Mr. and Mrs C. P. Warren for only a foundation. some with a and savings to you. possession.
742 W. 4.300 sale of AUIsmtor Lake "tJj ers to have some income on a moderate
straws in the wind are reports Federal. $1.500; W. ; property I
but unfinished interiors and
trued by Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Farnamo I investment and we do not i Consult Your Local Architect
Stephens, 530 Lake Como Circle
?. which show a return to normalcy Adah W. Schuerlein for S4JKK1,; for u I others awaiting the finishing. I
r in supplies of building materials $10,000; 3900 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Feusner of have any stock to sell. except to We m appreciate an opportunityto
which will more building Mrs. Ruth Cobb. 526 Magnolia. JMlmmec sold their property to Vincent SLED GIRL; An attractive pin- postal workers who purchase land touches. I !bid; Oft.10Ul'. proect. HAROLD V. GOND1GT
encourage .
L Kallen-of M. T. and Anna Oionowtkl of Decrying the lack of activity.
of homes for rent or for sale. $4.000; T. F. Pursel, 812 Seminole, KlMimmee; up pose for toboggan fans is from the company and develop a
$5.000; Gladys Massee.. 112 N. Mr. and Mrs. Kdmond: James Newton struck by shapely Janis Carter grove. On account of the excel- Harry Hamlin. local broker has MORRIS BUILDERS INC. REALTOR
1 Thornton. $6.000; D. G. Chitten- of Intersection City sold property to Mr. lent returns to member growers run the following advertisementfor
ISSUE OF Florida and Mrs. J. I. Bullins for S3-5OO; also motion picture actress the past week which is I
available Quotedas m Dries Pk. 4SS1
ROSTER don. 648 Vassar. $6,000; Oscar for the same amount Mr. and Mrs. WtJ- the past few years, all Edcewater 37 East Central Avenue
-- Journal. official Magarian. 306 E. Kaley $5,000; Siam T. Hulsiser purchased the St. Cloud land has been sold, but occasion- one man's opinion of the present .
publication of Florida Association and O. Z. Wise. 141 Wisteria duplex Scheen property: of Mr. and Mn. William O. ally the company is able to get situation:

of Realtors was in the mail 9000. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Drake sold Solution Found hold of an additional piece for a "A friend of mine had & beau
this week. It is a service to Investors Commercial construction St. Cloud property for S3 000 to Eucene postal worker.
per- H. Rodgers; also for S3.0OO the AlligatorLake tiful modern home in the North
as well as members mits were issued toJohn Mar- property of Julee Ranlenon was For Treating :7= The postal colony now has 200 but when wintering in Florida REAL ESTATE F. H. A. INSURED
bowing schedule of commissionrates lowe 1821 N. Orange store buildIng deeded to Cecil L. Mathis. Mrs. JsnnieAndrist I Separate owners of 2,000 acres of rented a shack which he would

and names of all Florida I $3.000; Marcey Graham. 692 by her to sold Ernest St. Cloud Oehr of property Chicago owned and Sweet Potatoes citrus grove and they service an not use at home for a chicken
Realtors. Many requests for this W. Robinson ice cream parlor. Dorothy Baker of St. Cloud for S2.5OO; additional 2.000 acres for other C MORTGAGE LOANS
coon. Saving I read his
issue have been received from $3,000; Dr. P. Phillips Co:. 2113 N. Cloud$2 ZOO property was the, of gale Mn.price Esther on-K.the Spots St. (Special! to The Sunday Sentinel-Starl owners making a total of 4,000 obituary in last money.week's home

the North and from Florida organizations Orange, boiler house. $14,000; L. to Mr. and Mrrf. Robert O. HaU- GAINESVILLE-A solution of ., acres being handled by this well paperI am he took FOR
B. Brown. 1041 Bentley. paint For SI.600 Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Mann wettable has been found organized company. sure none
having use for same. sold property owned by them In St. spergon of his money with him New Construction, home purchase, refinancing.SEE .
shop$2.500; and Swed Distributing Cloud to Cletla W. Mann of that city; very satisfactory for treating sweet There are some 50 retired postal
Co.. 2415 W. Haley warehouse Wayne, C. Boyer purchased property in'areoossee. potatoes for bedding for slips. according clerks now living in Clermont and "There are hundreds of tourist
Lake 4-H Boys Win $14,500. H. King, of for California S1.3OO from Mrs. Grace to Dr. W. B. Tisdale Flor- vicinity. Each year others come families in Florida today living OR CALL'[PHONE 8831]
: 11.100 the
High Honors at Ocala ste price on property of Mr. and was Mrs ida Experiment Station plant to join this group who are so well in dark inadequately heated improperly
20-Acre R* E Jeffries in St. Cloud to Mr. and pleased with this bill and lake section ventilated rooms, shacks
Soeeiol The Sentinel-Star] Maitland.,Grove I Mn R. J:. Cooper; also for 11.100 John pathologist.
( to Sunday O. Partln of Deer Park i and their Lake County invest- and hovels. I cannot comprehend JOE G. MYERS REALTOR
purchased property Dr. Tisdale recommended selection -
TAVARES-rLake County boys'4H Bought by Frank Ward out of EL Cloud belongIng to Elbert ments. the type of economy which endangers ,
Club livestock Judging team H. TindslL i of clean. Found seed and Ernest Denslow who founded health and sacrifices com 29 WEST WASHINGTON ST.
won first prize two consecutive Frank Ward local manager for between The final Mrs transaction A. L. &eoee.n for of SI.OOO Intercesion was dipping them in a solution of one i this colony in 1923 is the presi- fort. Someday their obituary will
weeks at Ocala. A team composed the Gulf Oil Co.. has purchased a City, seller and Mr. and Mrs. Luther I I pound of spergon and lour gallons dent, and his son. David is the too appear in the home paper.

: of J.. C. Powers and Charles Allison 20-acre grove and homesite at that leuinser.city.Railroad. buyers on her property in II of water. secretary. David, a graduate of Some one is going to spend that
of Umatilla and Charles Maitland for a reported price of It Is necessary to keep the potatoes the University of Florida. has hada precious money then: and Quickly.

Adams of Tavares took first placeIn $21,500 through the Whitney I in the solution only long wide and varied experience in Think it over and ask me to assistin WEEKLY TIPS
Spiegel Realty Co. To Extend !enough to wet them thoroughly.
the State-wide Judging contestof newspaper and Chamber of Commerce finding a decent home in whichto
the annual Hereford show at Salesman Ruby Patterson :They may be bedded immediatelyafter and real estate activitiesand live."
Ocala. and the following week handled the sale of the property Truck Competitive Rates treatment. during World War U servedin Ladders
i and Spiegel &aid.Mortgage. As spergon is poisonous, care the finance division of the Army LADDE.SEstenalon; Straight & Step
Charles Adams. J. C. Powers
took E. J. Dozier, traveling freight should be exercised to prevent animals Air Force. Plaques Boost Good grain Fir.
Charles Demko of Altoona I
first place in the Southeastern Deed Given and passenger agent in Orlandofor or humans from eating pota- Work 4-H Clubs
the Illinois Central Railroad, toes that have been treated.' AIRWAY ATTIC'VENTILATORS:
Fat Stock Show and Sale. Special The Leesburg Blocks Bought
to Sunday Sentinel-Star] said yesterday that the ICR would (Soeciaf to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
CLERMONT Soil Science extend to Dec. 31 the present levelof [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star TAVARES An honor roll With screens. IZxl*-SZJ5--14x24-$3.85.
Foundation. Inc.. has Dr. O. Richards Sells House LEESBURG Four blocks in
: competitive rates
on per- among boys' 4-H dubs of Lake
a section of land near here. which CLERMONT Fred Richardshas school, have been purchased by
are scheduled to expire at Asst.
County Agent J. P. Hill.
,: Water Safe? the end of March. sold his house in Indian Hills the Lake County Board of Public Each club making the honor roll, Keep your house up to 15 degrees cooler this

_IfMMCDMTZ DELI VUY_ The extension applies to produceto subdivision to Mr. and Mrs. EmilN. Instruction from Boyce A. Williams together with the name of its president Summer.

ForBacteriological RIADTBUILTMCnOMOfD be shipped North of the Ohio Willis for 87,000. for $11,900. will be listed on a plaque for CASEMENT OPERATORS: SASUBAL'
River. The railroad said the rates the year. To be eligible for the 1\j
or will go up 15 per cent with the honor roll the club must average SASH WEIGHTS; SASH CORD & PULLEYS.

ChemicalWater HOMES expiration of the truck competitive 'Chicken of Tomorrow' Contest I at least 90 per cent in attendance "CE .
$2S TO $3395. agreement. I for the year and In record books S WOOD PRESERVATIVES: ;
trary mmi a fcalf and dasJam.amia
Analysis 1 t. 7 rs.s, bu5.. tmymlmm. udi5. submitted by the; members.
Call a t ....* Soil Conservation Aide Entries Planned From Volusia "YITA-PISE"-CREOSOTE. It pays to use preservative. -
.i I Plants in Now Jaraay and North Carolina
Louis C. Herring & Co. ....,Me,Im nim Imt ttlt..... Government Purchases WEEKLY SPECIAL
... .
55 T fittwrfl .4 pIss. Assigned Orange Office I r TOM PRICE
Analytical Chemists SEABOARD lM.r-.riit limes toe.m [Our Own Staff Correspondent] Boost Potato Prices "* reduced I
3S'W. Church St. Phone 2-1421 1M WALNUT IT. PHILA. .. PA._ George J. Keen has been assigned ROOF COATDtG"BIRD'S"at cans.
to the Orlando Work unit; DELAND-Poultrymen in Volusia County were indicating [Speciol ttf The 5undoy Sentinel-Star]

office of the U. S. Soil Conservation interest in national "Chicken of Tomorrow" three- I HOMESTEAD M. Williams

Service as conservation aide. year contest as they prepared to hatch select eggs within production purchasing representative administration for the
I Robert E. Witherell, district con- the few weeks in marketing SMYTH LUMBER COMPANY
servationist, reported yesterday. next order to meet the mid-March. dead- I attributed the rising marketon
line for South Florida
to Government
: Keen will assist Walter B.
N. Railroad Phone 4139H
Orong at
r .t Hutcheson. technician for the Or- Last year's Florida division was< purchases recently.
ange Soil Conservation District.He won by Camphor Tree Farms near The Government is pledged to
ens and more and better quality buy potatoes at 90 cent of
was transferred recently from DeLand which then was operatedby per
the DeLand office where he has Mrs. Arthur M. Spalding. By eggs parity if they fall below that in
been working with the Volusia virtue of the high award receivedfor The outlook for local poultrymen price. The support program will
the is considered excellent with continue until Dec. 31. 1948.
District for more than a year. past year's entry. CamphorTree
was entitled to.a certificateof the recent development of nearby
merit and allowed credit toward processing plants. It is anticipatedby Florida Milk Cows
I Pierson 'Muck Land'Clearing a new entry this year. market observers that present
to Start With the expansion of the high prices in eggs will average a Average 2.15 Gallons H
poultry Industry In Volusia good sustained figure during the
Clearing work will start tomorrow County has come a considerable run of this normally price-fluc Thirty-five Florida 'dairies reported -
on the Pierson "muck land"I improvement in the quality of tuating agricultural product. an average of 2.15 gallons
dally per milk cow during March,
water control project in Volusia chickens. The result is an auspicious Scientific breeding; 'care and the U. S. Bureau of Agricultural
County. District Conservationist of stable have Volusia
beginning a marketing placed
Economics in Orlando
Robert E. Witherell of the U. S. profitable industry which has County in a higher'category of reported
t Soil Conservation Service said many natural advantages locally production than has previously
herds Included 3,410 cows,
-, yesterday. neeessary.to produce fine chick been attained,, producers asserted. of which 2.475 cows were milked,

- representing 78.2 per cent of. the

j Three bedroom,wen tuUt.WONDERFUL modern Insulated home BUY, near DeLand in pleasant I Labor Program Progresses total.

community. Furnished throughout including complete electric kitchen. Jas. Gamble II
Two baths oak flooring automatic fuel oil central floor beating system and Rogers

I also car fireplace.garage. A Large real home lot-18 which frost can protected be secured trees. under beautifully market landscaped.pnce on Progress on extension of the agencies chosen by State Legisla lag Immediate liquidation of Fed Architects Engineers

account of illness. Good bathing boating and fishing. SeeR present farm labor program on tures. erally operated farm labor camps Building Consultants
: H. PORTERAT foreign workers and legislation Functions of the Federal agencyare turning them over to local growers
setting up a permanent domestic largely informational. It will i organizations. The FVC has askeda POST OFFICE BUILDING "

DELEON. SPitING,...... !. FIA..u routing and recruiting plan was assist the State officials in recruiting three to five year period for this WINTER PARK. FLA.
reported yesterday by Mgr. La- and routing domestic transfer.Graw said.
Monte Graw of the Florida, Vegetable workers.A L I r-_
Committee.The provision In the proposedbill
-a would permit farm organization's -
House of Representatives
to foreign labor
has of the import BUILDING
approved its version "I'M
extension 1 legislation, which pro during emergencies at their own

: I longs the foreign labor deal until expense. HOMES FOR SALEBEST
Congressmen seekINSURANCE
are reported -
Dec. 31, but does not providefor

any liquidation period. I WITH CONCRETE BLOCKS. .

The Senate Agricultural Committee ... BUY IN ORLANDO TODAY.
R E .:. T :) ..
Pepper. Is reported favoring a BUR('.. ;'. h ,<-[ C"' $ 1241 AND 1253 MERCEDES AVENUE.

liquidation period. D'NEILsLEEc from Pittmon'sl! I know that their high-grade

The proposed domestic program W : :: _, On. large concret. block. real really weather
would be administered nationallyby stucco two bedrooms. tile blocks will assure permanency
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COMPc- : ..:. .. : ,i... ,t
the Federal Extension Service PWONl4S.0"l"1I..i':: bath. fireplace. screen porch garage large lot. land- tight structure.rYes
and on the State level by those

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One larqe frame. two bedrooms cypress' tiding over if you're planning to build during the month

V as 4 FOR "SAFE" BUILDINGS! storm sheathing oak floor tile bath. porch. garage large ahead-be sure to come in and see us about the super-
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NCQdBest make for labor sturdy and materials structure. can but lot landscaped. tar Concrete Blocks you'll needl! And yet us help

I : they can't make for a "Safe" i I PLAN building projects tool!
,, your
'lLl"c. bo.orbustnessbwldmsI0nliI you
Lake Concord Estate I Title Insurance can do that. Price: $10,500.00
t For a realty Title underlies I It I .
: both building and land itself. I G. I.: 700.00 cash 'listen to our newscast over station WORZ
And m Title Policy by us protect
221 WEST COLONIAL DRIVE t ownership-interests la 1
: ; both! Don't neglect Uua final Civilian: 2700.00 cash "
-Safety NaiL"Central I Ii morning at 7:30'
I every
5 Landscaped and Irrigated Plot 100 x 200- :.I

: Modern Residence in Lake Front Elegance. i \ : Title & Trust I I OPEN 2 P.M. TO 5 P.M. SUNDAYLOTS

I : ssE"kTrust Company : DJAL'

; QUICK POSSESSION AT $19.750 I J 25 E. Central i iI $800.0 UP.. CITY IMPROVEMENTS. A 2-3108
Phone 51S4g I II I"I'
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Department-Title Insurance-Abstract .f Title
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t- J. MOSS 13th I i Lawyers Title_ hsiiraice Corporalion.. 321 N. GARLAND ST.

RICHMOND, VA. 19 Rutland Bid*.. Phone S3S3
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STOCKS IN THE *rOTU.MT H'". Hlh Lew Last Obituaries
NEW YORK (AW Salo. ....., ..*. lei Tel A Tel. ......SS 13% 13% 13% Postmaster
slid. .... chanoa of tM 11 noat mctivotuck. 4 MR. JOHN MARTIN
Fiffh Week vccloday: Joaaa-Vannlla ..... I 121 121 123
w. .... PieS s..si-15 ... chacc.C.ccwltli J.e.eALSt.el ... t 34 31% 34 Wheat UrgedCHICAGO Mr. John P. Martin 43, a nativeof

*. Tel iou Lio-43 s.cco-3i ci"plus."."... K Palatka, died Saturday at his Picks Face
I United IM Tel Cor e S.SOtX-3m chant Rae City ftontk .... 17 22% 22% 32% % W. Peachtree St. home. A veteranof i

DOW..lONES YO.K lu!) AVIRAQES141W DwJ..s ........ .onray Had Oil Sid I.Ia8 ian LIS-14". changaAn .* a. chanyetd Kenaocwt-. 4 Co* ....... 1..5 I 10% a 10'-%% 1O 45% lAP) Release by the ;4C 0 ______ World War I. Mr. Martin had

.-.- a Cl M f'f 4.411-31St minus irs Libby IaKCc.' 'Si'..: 25 10% rO 10% Government of some of its wheat : resided here the last six months. GOP Inquiry
.toaksi Oa.n Hloh Low C.... Natch.M I.rah.... P.. 4..0.-..'/* ... chant* Lockheed Am ..... 1 17% 17% 17%" supplies would be a more effective Survivors include his mother Mrs. -
: Ind 172.2 1T2.63 1T1.M I n.n off .-21M Kadi. Keith lTa-14* na ehansjoWeatinoh Lee-s lac ......... S 22% 22% :22%.
rail 4*.01 ...a. .,..* ....a.ff*.1. Sloe loIM-H ". chane Lorillard IP] ....... I 19% 1*%" 1934Men method of restraining advancing Margaret Nettie Martin. Cocoa; WASHINGTON (AP) Senate
.II vtil* 3174)) 3S.8S lS.n35...* off ..64S Colum m m a *.SO*-IwV* plus Vraram M wlieat prices than raising margins three sisters. Mrs. Effie Melton Republicans voted yesterday to
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stks CX23 4U* 2* 21.27. .U
rict _:24Ve .plus Sir Truck ...... 2 48 48 on futures Wildwood look into 635
Scuds. CI_' N.t clt. Gas Motor 3.1M-S7V minus 4% % % 48% grain transactions, Miami. Miss Mickey Martin. pending postmaster
144) kond __t, 104J4 IH01 Armour at C. 1.8O4)-W'/ minus V* Maer in H) ...... 3 36'4 36 36%" grain men suggested here yester- and Mrs. J. C. Adams. livIng appointments of Pres. Truman to
.. Manaa Midland .... 4 7 7
>. 1st rail 111.4 u* % % 7%
!. >*) rain.. J MM cli ..*3 Mat On Distill Cabl 2.100--12'2.6O4V 1"""A Plus minus VaAm Sir Marshall Field ..... 5 19% 19'%! 19%'' day.Wheat hi Alabama. and three brothers. see whether the appointees were
II utila -' "t T ,- '- ." JTJ amch. d Paw & Lt 2.6Mch.... Martin IGYJ ....... a 28'% 28'%! 28% on the Board of Trade A. C. and D. H. Martin, both chosen on merit or because they
II lusts _:.::___-..:i- ,..... _..UTransaction Mi4.( ).' Pet ...... 2 33%. 33% 33%
rose to a new 30-year high and of Cocoa and H. R. Martin. Jack- were Democrats. ...
In stacks used in average* Montfom Ward .... 12 56% 56 56%
yessai day .......tria..., Zt. OOt rail*. al.- ; tAPJ Mat Cloein High LM: Lad honey Corp ....... 2 12"%, 12% 12% corn sold at the best levels since sonville. Sen. Taft IR-O1. Senate Re-

1011 irtilftm*.. 13.8!8)._totsl,. CMwo.. ,Air Redaction ...... S 34 34 34 N 1920. Action followed Friday's request -I publican Policy Committee chairman .

L MARKETS AT A LANCE: Alaska Janean ..... 1* S*" Sfc *144V N&ub-k.4lieSt6T .... n 16% 16% 16%, of the Commodity Exchange I MR. WILLIS DOLPII voted "general approval" of '
JEW YORK AP> "1I.Ia.., Cora ..... I 4 4 Nat Aitbae* ........ 4 14% 14% 14%
W IIt.-.w1Ud, eOinc taper. All. Lad BU ..... 3.3 41% 41'* *at A... Fin ...... J 11'%! 11% 11% Administration that margins on Services for Mr. Willis Dolph a resolution to investigate appointment i
Bonds-Narrow. ; rails tend lover AUis-Ch MlgAm ...... S ]4 S 341,. 34 S Pet' BiscaK ......... 10 30% 30% 30% speculative grain transactions be 77. who died Thursday at his methods.Not .
Cotton-Btsadr. seaUl 'mill demand.' Airlines ...... 3a' iOo 4" 10 >at Calk Rig ...... 2 39% 39% 39% raised to 25 of one of the postmaster appointments -
cent market
703 Eadon Park Ave. Lock-
CHICAGO Am Cable A R.4... 2. C S Nat Hair Prod ..... a 31% 31% 31%, per home. .
Wheat Closed mixed. VIsrch. roachtd Am Tan 54% 53 tS lid Distillers ...... 26 19% 19 19%' value. hart, will be held at 2 p.m. Mon- sent to the Senate by
RSW30-YeFlilSh. ; Am Car i"-PJ; ::::: = 4514 4*H" 4tAa&VnrPow 4 Nat Crpsam ........ 1. 21% 21% 21% day in Fairchild Funeral Home. the President since Congress met!
Corn-tHron*. highest sine! 1920. cash : ..... 7 5'" S Sao ]dat lied .......... 5 30"%" 30% 30% Hlth on wheat was $%.89i a in January has been acted
Interest buylncOats A.Arr2pl ..... % sou RcP.rs&U: ...... II 1% 1% 1% bushel and The Rev. H. P. Rankin Missionary on
-.Mixed; minor prlcachange*. Am :TacomottTo ..... : ::% 25% 2SV4 *ehi Corp ......... 1 22 22 22 on corn 11.74'i.! Alliance Church pastor will Taft said the of the \
Begs-Nominally steady .... Pew *: ItAm ...... 27 144 14% 14% ? e.pad Indust .... 6 28 28 28N Both peaks were established by officiate. Burial will be in Green- purpose
Caltle-Nominally steady. Had A: Bt S ... 51 14'4 14 141" Y Central RR ... 10 17% 17% 17% March deliveries. proposed iquiry is to learn
Am Rail Mill ...... 3:1: 354S3 32S 33% NYCbi&RtLpl, .. 1 85 85 85ta wood Cemetery. whether civil service rules have
I r NEW YORK, rAP] Spots or're- Am ftmelt I: RAm ..... 1 52% 52% Am Anation .... 1 II) 10 10 C. M. Galvin crop analyst for been compiled with or if there
a1atance'appeared in yesterday'sstock Btl' Fdrs ....... 3 32 31% 32 Norta Amer Co ..... 111 2929'" 29%
James E. Bennett W. LANG
and Co. said If MRS. CAROLINE
market but the list finished Am Sugar Bel ...... 1 41H 41% 41% ortfcern Facibe ... 18'%" 18% 16% are any other irregularities. .
Am Tel *: Tel ..... S 1651.16H. 164 164'%" O the Government would loan some Mrs. Caroline W. Lang 82. died !
Its fifth successive losing; week alois ......... 1 54 74 ,4AMVi.eecc Ohio Oil ............ .7 31% 21% 31% of its wheat to mills "this would Memorial He reported that Sen. Flanders
with most leaders remaining in ....... S SI 51 51 Omnibus Corp ...... I 11%, 11% 11% make it for Saturday at Orange [R-Vtl cited a case in Vermont
possible millers
Am *a* Works ... 19 16% 16% Otis iterator ....... 6 29% 28'%! 28"% to Hospital following a short Illness.
-minus and where five examinations had been
territory the overall Am Wanlea ........ 15.1 40% OS 'ftI..m Class .... 1 72, 72 72 continue grinding at a capacityrate Mrs. Lang a native of New York. ,
raverage at a new low for the, 'year.J Anaconda Copper ... 10 J8H 38% 31% P without disturbing cash mar- JOAN MARIE STUMPEK [above] of Pittsfield ,Mass. held for a postmastership because j
: Foreign clouds, doubts regarding Armour A: Co ...... 30 14'4 13% 13%" Pae. bas 4: !J.. .... J 40% 40% 40% kets." pauses had been a resident of this community the first four resulted in Repubj
I tax relief gyrating commodities Assd Dry floods .... a 1614", 1&% 16S Packard Motor .... 21 6%" 4% C% momentarily in her, reading at Shriner's Hospital, Springfield, for about 27 years. bean winners. .
All Coast lAss .... 1 5114 51'%! Sl% Grain men attributed
.... soaring
Pan Am Airways 5 12% 12% Funeral will be held
and business trends persisted All Keliaiag ........ 4 35'1 33% 33% Persia Pictures .... 31 24'% 24% 24 12'"%" prices to mills and other commercial Mass., to smile at the thought that a doctor will amputate her services "In the fifth. a Democrat got
for Atlas Corp ........ 3 22 H 22% 22%> PrkttahC.eM .. 9 3% 3 Sunday afternoon at 5 clock in and Taft added
u arguments speculative and % 3% right leg so she can be "like other children. Joan has been was appointed
Investment Anation Corp ...... S 544 6% 6 la Parka Dana ........ 1 38% 38%" 38% interests. which they said had from E1selstein-Wigginton Home
caution. Professionals B Patina Mine.* ...... 4 12% 12% 12% contracted to sell flour and 'wheatto crippled since she was five. for Funerals with Dr. Marshall C. .
u throughout the veek.! nibbled Bald Jam .......... J 20% '!0* 20% P.eer7(3 CJ ..... 5 42".2 42 the Government and.were bid- The inquiry resolution has been ,
:lat favorites ton.: the idea the ,list Bait.I *: Ohio ....... 1$ 14 13'%! 13% Penn-Ceat Airt .... a 12% 12% 12% Dendy officiating. Interment will approved by the Senate Civil Serv j
Barwsdall Oil ....... I aa% 22% 22 Si15V. Penn R R ......... 22 22% 22% 22%" ding to obtain the grain In both be at a later date.
: was oversold and due for a technical Bell Abc .......... 3 15'" 15'%! % Prp.l-Ct.la ......... 20 26 25% 25% cash and futures markets. Eggs and Poultry survived ice Committee. and is waiting Senate j
: revival. The smattering of Beadix Atiat ....... 4 33H" 33% 31a" Pl4lzer lie. 4: eo... 2 .7'4.7 47 OHS Students Mrs. Lang is by a action. 1
gains in the final session Sled Foods ......... 3 22% 22%. 22: H. Phrlps Uodga ...... 9 39%' 39% 39% JACKSONVILLE: CAP) Florid nearby daughter-in-law. Mrs. Kathryn
was Beth Steel ......... 5 10'% M% 90"" Pbila F'ee ......... II 24% 24% 24% CHICAGO, LIVESTOCKC110CSc.t fresh ..Ia. Grinnell Buffalo and two nieces
small and declines ranged from Blaw.......,. ........ I 17% 1T% 17. Pbllra Orp ........ J 25% 25% 25% tin [ixini salable ...". AU sates t* retailer Pier
fractions to two points, or so at Boeing Airplaao .... J 22% 21% 224 Philip. Moiria ...... I 33% 33% 33"Phlltp. \ IOU seek. (r lnialcd): total not..(in*, rompanH Net CUr. Win DebateAt Mrs. Florence Britsch. Munsing. Collapses }
the close. Burden Co ......... S 32% 42% 42% Pet ........ I 5O'% 50L4 SO'4 agi all vrighti.....bam a sad lilt. aajurn Grads A wt. MkLP.r Mich.. and Mrs. George Matthews.
""rll.W.ran ....... 12.. 43% 43*. Pub SIc M J ...... J 23% 23% 23% tomm 25-SO .r: Large dL Per d. Under Lumber Load
Transfers for the short stretch Br".. KIll? ......... 19 34% 34 34% Pollmaa ............ 5 55 54%" 55 Salable cattle 300._[estimated], total not Medium u 24 OS 52 Clearwater. ,

of 370.000 shares compared 'with bildd CaBuloTa .....,..... S 12% 12% 12%. Para Oil ........... 4 23 22'%! 23Radw .ejtb ivra;....k rouparrd to lower drnped k ago p..la.....>,all.,|>path kill. SmallGr -__=:::-- __-___-_ 21 18 4lEitrs 47 i Stetson BALTIMORE LAP A 165-foot :
Watch ...... 2 32: 31%" 32 __ ____ ___ a
R ii. .. lorn :& 56
740000 last ccia. eattle orked FUNERAL SERVICES
Saturday. For the aneealy lo er, u I :
Burliag Mills ...... 1:1: 11%'' 1*% 1''%' : ........ Sties direct rail-freight pier suddenly cole j
Corp 10' 1"%" 8% .wd sad rhwca medium "ribt end ...,,,M, : W consumers [Special to The Sunday Sent;nel-Star] '
week the aggregate was 4.808.150 Burr Add Mach .... 5 14% 14 1444 Radro-keith-Orpb. ... 37 13% 13 13>, .teen 25-75. mot 50 oIl; comparable >

shares against 5,331,470 the week C Renu.. Rand ...... 4 33% 33 33'" ling. tacUdiac JT mrli.( heifer. gj lower; .d* A Wt. Do*. DELAND Laying bare the held from the Carey Hand Chapel 85.000 board feet of lumber and
before. Call! Parking ...... 1 2t%' 28% 28% Itcpub AVis ........ 5 7% 7% 7% ho..eter. alnctlr medium aterra cad heile. .. Per d*. In Crtj
'1.s ("..n.h.1A.." .... 3% 3 3% Repub Steel ........ 26 27:%; 27% 27%. old deed, and .,_k cattle bought i. Lr.. ___________ 24 oa 58 pros and cons of socialized medicine Sunday at 3 pjn, with intermentat disapPt'aredith a roar into Baltimore -
Associated'Press 6 tock'eomposite ('.a. Dry G Ale ..... 5 14"%" 14% 14% Revere Copper. 4: Br.. 5 20% 20% 20% competition ana Ib,. killer market reflected Medium ____________ 21 52 six Orlando senior high a later date. Harbor. i
was off .1 of point at Caaad Farina ...... 15 12% 12% 12% Reynolds Toll B.... I 40% 40 4044Safesy .tfeD,'.; ,....100' atockers reaching 22.00; Small u_____________ 18 45 '
a tiaj
Extra school students squelched opposition Police said if the collapse
....... beet larg 26 62
( Carrier Corp S 14%! 16% I'% S co" SO-7S lower. ".a..e.. ...1 catten --- "
C t 63.6. a bottom since Dec. 6. The Tai* (Ii II] Co ..... 5 34% 34 34 Stores ...... 3 23% 22'% 23% l.irly artha.. *tn
drop for the week was 1.4 points.In Caterpil 'Trartar ,.... 7 59% 59% 59% Ka,..ir. Arm ....... 4 10 ''1'0'%' but auu".. allrr,.ig. about steady. ; ....1..,. Lire Dressed Live Consumer. DretsedPlorlda I the Florida State High School Debate at her home in St. Cloud Wednesday than 25 would have gone down I
("..I.D.... CSorp ....... 4 1* 11% 18% bruia. 1.00 2.00. i. Lrtween
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final M.i trT Ih.lil ...._ 1..0 39 off uuetirrnie : '
the two hours 718 Li- .. % 3'ta Dressed At Dr wn & Dr'wn Festival attended 12 the El el tein- with the wharf into 20 feet of '
by high will be held at
Oat ........."7 ....... 5 II II. 11 "Hears KoebiIterrel .. ..-;.. 26 35" 35 355. Sup clu.re ...... 29.Ml; i>.>t hub Fryer S-3 lbs 35 SJ 41 ; ;
sues appeared. Of these, 231 Cerr de fss ....... 3 3; S2 H lac ......... a l34 3344 1344 nt price :01l.2S.; but practical top ..a co...- Broiler under 62 schooLs Prof. Uichard C. Brand Wigginton Chapel Monday at water.
fell and 1S8 advavnred. -- r.n.I..Tred Prod ... .5 16"i li'4 Ii4 Shell rnii.n Oil ... 261. 2414 261W parable ,...d. ...tla- f.ljt. Ule I. week 2lb __ 35 S3 41 62 : head of the stetson University 10:30: ajn with the Rev Charles "The pier seemed to leap in' tha
(bee *: Ohio ....... C 47 41)\0\ ... : ; : : 28 W. pub cboice 5Iartige. .t 27.00 I
For !Hinclair Oil ..... 1 15% 15'. 15% ; t.ry Hen h.aybr..da "
Norfolk &
day Western CIa M 8P A: Pee... t 11% U',. 11'- $.c..ay-V&cuu.. ..... 10 13% 13% 13% acme trade all week Odatiefed S 22.00 .__ 37 52 42 60 I speech department, announced lanelands! vicar of the Episcopal air and water gushed 80 feet
was off 2 1-2 point at 238. Johns- 0,1 A AWChrysler ........ ; 1'4. : 22% S..eAw&P: ..... 4 4% 4% 4% du.. and bril under 21.OO; choice heavy Ren light breed 28 42 32 48 I yesterday.The Church. officiating. Interment will said crewmen on two nearby police
Manville 1 1.2 at 123 American Curp ...... 1 3V 93% ...... Cat Kdlxm: ..... 1 33% 33"33"% betters topped at 2b.OO. with nest highest Old Roosters :to 30 24 35 be in Rosehill Cemetery Kis- boats which barely escaped cap-
UITFi.as ....... S 41% 41 % 41% Koathera Pacific .... 111 40% 4034 4O%. price 25.50. .sieers, and hellers preuominated Mew York dressed feathers off and bled contest closed last night neajr
Can one at 93 and Owens-Illinois: Ows-Cola ... ....... 1 150'% 150'%! ISO.) Kvathen Ry ........ 1:1: 41'i.I 4144. in week receipts. ; medium and to retailer. 43 cent*. to consumer 52 with Ponce deLeon (Coral Gables simmee. sizing.
APne at 72. Lessrr'n'cusiO ,,ate-Palm P .... 3.. .8 .1 cecil cent ;
were: Coly Sperry Curp ........ I 2O% 2O% 2O% credra cdo .1' bulk 01 ru.: bulk *
hown for Yougstown Sheet. Gen- ("..J Fuel A: Air ..... S 1SH 15'i IS1e.i. ; pirH lac ......... 15 134 IJ', 13% high-medium t. Io.- ... C. A: U ..... 35 104 10143SH 10%, 8laad R...". ...... I 33% 33% 33% lings 22.00-26.00; comparable heifers 21.OO24 2 cents per Ib lover for live *eight and Andrew Jackson [Jacksonville Standard "proof spirit" contains .Domesticated horses never existed j
eral Motors U. S. Rubber. !3ood- Cowil Oedit ....... 4 3744 39% :. .OO. numrrons loads .. ....
Maad Oil Cal ....... 8 52% 53'. 52'* good choice he 57.21 per cent of alcohol by vol in the Western Hemisphere
rich. Woolworth.. Montgomery Coml. Soh.... ...... I 23% 3J%" 23% Stand Oil Ind ...... 15 39% 39% 39'4 making 24.OO-2S.OO. cutler cow. closed .tjtq 1at ] leading the other contestants -
Ward. American Telephone. Ana- ("".m.*.ltk. Fdis ...... 14 ;90'* 30% 30% Ptaad Oil :"9 J ..... 17 65'13; IJ; '4 12.:so dow. most bref coat" linithed st Orange County in number of wins. ume. before Columbus.'j
(..> with *: Booth .. 18 3% 3% 3% Stand Oil Ohm ..... J 26 13.00-15.00 with. good ..fI.n.,. 155016.50
% 26% 26%
conda. duPont. Standard Oil INJJ. Cons Edison ........ 10 2Ti 27* 27% Court Records
Staad' 6(1 Rug ..... S 14% 14% 14% comparable with 16 5O-18 00 cows two weeks. Affirmative side was presentedfor
Northern Pacific and Chesapeake Cons V.I... ........ 4 16% 16% 16%" Strr4iaflru I ....... 2 .1..1. 41 earlier; h..., sausage bulls finished at 17.00 Orlando senior high by Ann
Coat Bak ........... 2 17% 17% 17% .Van ... tat. heel bulls stopped. at 16.50; practical Marriage' Application
& Ohio. Coat Can .......... I '0%" 40'% 40% Steno Btokely 4 "'.h.t.r.Camp .. 2 4 20 14%%" 1414'4 20,% 2014 closing outside. .. pIe.. 26.00. I......nce Csmalier Smith 64. ........ 12' Eidson. Jack Plisco and Marty FOREMOST DAIRIES INC.

Plus signs were retalned1 TJ. font font Motors ....::: : 10 10 10 Htadrhsker Corp .... 22 21% 20%. 21 Salable sheep. 100 [estimsted I total not N. Fernrrerk. and Frieda Ma TrimbleBrhnrn Cohen. The negative was handled ,
S. Steel. Bethlehem r Chrysler: Oil nil ... 36% 36% 36% 8anny Oil .......... 51 10 9% 10 gusts compared. week. ago: trading slow 58. demonstrator
fora Products ..... I 68 64 611, John Ben by Robert Smythe Alvin Block.
% % ( Hun.hina Meg ...... 5 11 11 cad lat lamb undertone weak .. every session Perrett 31. truck: dn er 51 VIlaghey
Sears Roebuck Boeing. Hcurth. Crane Co .......... S 35 34% 3444Cnar.bl. SwiH 4 Ca ........ 1 34% 34% 34 1114 despite light receipts; slaughter I.mb. and Winnie Miiabeth Ard. 2680S and Carolyn Shiver. Mrs. Irene Common Stock
American. Kennecott. General Phil ...... I 30% 30% 30%. 25-33 belt! tbn last Friday with belt W. JaekionFmery Lighthiser sponsored the J
rums Publi.hg .... 7 ."% 9% *"%" T good sad choice led wooled lambs 23.5O- Anthony BenHnl :TO' Arm*. Rig group.
Electric; Philip Morris, PennsylVania Curti..-"ngkt ..... 5 S% 5%" 5% T.... Co ........... J 56% SS 56% 23.75. week'. top 24.00 paid sparingly Monday PmDt. N. C. sod Halh Siarias 1.nlhC. Other schools attending were
Railroad.' Great Northern, Cutler-Hammer. ..... 1 28% 26% 26"Dura T.... i.lf !Rulph' ... 1 49% 49% 49% and Tuesday! most medium and garniwooled 22. telephone. operator 828 (:lendonjo.Instruments Edison [Miami J Landon [Jack- CURRENT PRICE $17 PER SHARE
D Texas Pac C 4 0... 3 27% 27% 27%' lambs Filed.
Paramount Pictures and ;Reyaclds 21 OO-23 00. mostly 22 25
** *: On......... 7 38 35% 35% Tide aV\t A Oil .... 3 ls%. 18% 18% clipped aandyear.110. scarce. .p lei; James W McCall et ox to Albert 8. sonville Winter Park, Miami EARNED 1946 $2.45 PER SHARE
Tobacco B. Del Lack *: West ... 11 1% 1\'! 7% Traaumenra ....... 5 12% 12'% 12% g.tod. and choice led yearling. Sethetchesdy Davis w In the curb meager gems were Detroit FAI.... ..... I 25'%! 25% 25% Trees 4: West Air ... 4 19% 19% 19% at 20.OO with '....h.decesa.4 two-year June katon et nx to Macom Pants' et cced Leon Tallahassee Sea-
1 : recorded for Alreon..Fansteel and Dist Core-Semg ..... 4 14%" 14% 14% Tri-Coat Corp ...... 10 6% 6% 6% old wethers. at 18.OO; .lauighferes..a.eedy. 81O CURRENT DIVIDEND SOc j
Dome MinesDresser ........ 4 18% 18%" 18S Taent. C-Fox ....., 21 31% 311% 31% deck good and choice 134 lb.. grain-led Alma Lee. Buaaell to T. I. Exum. et amwd breeze [Daytona Beach "
Standard, Tube "B" Backwardwere Indut ...... 5 18 18 Ureia. .
% % 18% westerns 10.SO. other lat eyes .50-10.00. 810Allred
Barium Steel, Electric Bond dn, Pont de B..... I 180'%! 180 180 Rag 4: P ..... II 30% 30 30% few common to medium 7.OO-6.00; deck. lat O. Helms t* Clifford E. tells.. 0f Beu9ht en A Southern Industry showing substantial

& Share Niagara Hudson Power Faster 1 Air- IJaesEastman .. 11 19% 18% 19% I raioa aian Carbide Oil Cal ............ 14 3 20 96% 2O.5'4.1% 20% young stock scarce slanghtet bucks S.00; replacement. et Mrs nx wd Ilon'10... R. Grace et .x to James growth and selling at approximately 7 times

and U. S. Foil "B" Turnover here kodak .... 1 233 233 235 laited Air Lines ... 15 23% 22% 23% ---- --- A. MubIty wd '10.
; was 140000 shares versus 220.000 fa Power *: 14 .... 14 16% 16% 16% I'aited Aircraft ..... 6 17%" 17% 17% COTTON CLOSING C. It. ....I. et ax to William Cole ., uimtg earnings j
: >,nen a IJ M ..... 5 13'%! 15S. 13, ITaited Corp ........ 55 3% 3% 3% NEW YORK tAP) Tha cotton futi.. 83.685.27Carngaa .
::a week ago. tag Pub Sinus ... 11 28% 28% 28'% nited Fruit ........ 15 49% 49 49% market was. irregular yesterday with final and Buland Inc. to W. L. Er
:.. Bonds were narrow. At Chi- Ena R a......... 15 10% 10 10% 1'aried (... Imp .... I 22"22" 22%. artces liaR a hala. lower ,. SS cents tel wd 810 (21. INFORMATION AND CIRCULAR ON REQUEST -
:, rare wheat ended off Z J-Z cents I'ait-Rex Drug ..... 9 9% 9% 9% higharNearby. W. Fred'Clark et. nx t* Byron H. Kin;; |
F.... Tel 4 R4Fureatoaa .... 1 714' 7% 7% U B Robber ........ 9 52% 52 52 .positions warn. suaaortad ky t... .Ir.. et ux wd '10.
: a bushel to up M mnctt com OP 'T 4: K ... 3 54%.. 54% 54% U 8 Steel ......... 13 71% 70% 71% tile mills. which warn. covering cotton levis A. Kentaelman .. R. C. rnffith sm.
-. 3-4 to I 5-8 and oats off 1-2 to Fii.14. ......,.... 5 31% 30%.' 30% WW.I.onla cloth ..I... Deferred deliveries war. under Robert C. J.he.t ouctoc, to LdwarJE. LEEDY WHEELER & CO. i
., up 3-4. Cotton off $1.10 to Florida Pow ...._. I 1*% 16% 16442enrrs1 Co. ....... 4 11% 11 11 Pressure covering cotton cloth sales.. Deferred Jones wd "0. LOWEll ,
was fl Waraer B... Pin to 15% 15 15% deliveries. were under pressure of Anna II. 51....* to James. W. 'Walkeret
up 55' eents a bale. (: T.I< ;. The Big Board "* concluded the Canaral Pood '..... I 40%" 40% 40%" We.t In Tel A..... T 19%. 19 19UestiBi attributed ta Midwestern dealers and was. Jerry lUncork et nx to Peary-Wilson Loan Davt.
: Goncral Motors ..... 31 57% 57'" 1741. Air Br ... 1 31% 31% 31% said ta have .been touched: cit by requests lumber (..... deed 81Peaty FIRST NATIONAL lANK S 4tb Float
week! on a note of tension as the OrD.ral cli I'ciJ.... I 14% 14%. 14% Mestinc flee ....... 36 25 24%" 25 for higher grain margins.New .Wilson lumber Co, to Jerry Ran
: ATX Financial Employes union illrtle B.I R ...... 4 28% 27% 28% Wheelinc. Steel ..... 3 39% 39 39 Orleans dealer sold cation cork et ni dred 81.
t served 30-day notices of-a strike Goodrich BF1 ..... 1 63% 63% 63% WMt Motor ........ I 25 24% 25 throughout the session. IJutd CaaaJy et e to Peaty-Wilson Lum
j Caadrear T 4: R .... 3 54% 54% 54% Wilyys-Oterland .... II 11 % 11 II Some af the support in the nearby May be. Co lac deed 81.
; on the New York Stock. Curb and nraham.Paine. Mot .. .0 4% 4% 4% Wibwa 4: C* ....... a 13<4 13% 13% contract was. aaid t. have bean occasioned Peaty.W ilson lumber Co. Inc to Lloyd
:Cotton exchanges. (.t >ort.a RT pi... I 41'%! 41%. 41'%! Wonl.ortk [FW1 ... 4 4g% 48% 48% by the fact that this delivery wee. sailing'' Canary et nx deed '10.
f at .
I. INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU Gall Mob' 4: Ohio ... 1 11% 11% 11% VToizecit said Calveston and Houston. Traders also Pr..pl itt agreement 426466. -
Unit. Oil ..;........ 3 59 58%, 59 Sb. AT... 8 65% 64% 65% market. that by hedging dealers who was coming into the Knl. Jaroba. et nx to Herman C.

: f ,Hart. H Mi A 1C ..... i 34 34 34 zToPDltb Sadie ....... I 20 20 20Zonita of their cotton. High from Low the Government repossessed C..... some loan.Open P..phil.d A. Gore 810Caltin Jr. et ax to Paul Crank' fl flI

..' 'H.,.* Mf ......... ., 9% 6% 7% Products .... S f% 9 9% May 34.52 34.S* 14.2C M.54-SS uf IS-Il mtg 84.00. :
Hoa...tako Mia .... 5 39%" 3939'i July __ 3a..5 32.sa 32.25 32.55 u. 12 Paul Crank .. Calvin A. Gore a* cc j
I 4 Houston Oil ........ 4 30% 20% 20% prost..t. bal fetal sales. y.at.rdsy Oct. ? 29 to 24.t* 24.33 2*.45 eff 22 wd '10. I
See Yr lladM>. Motor ...... 12 17 16% 1I% 370.000- I Dec. 28.62 28.75 28.4S 28.65 unch.*.<.. Hugh Rooaey at nx t* Oscar E. Lesson I
I wd 810Wymaa.
Men 48 2g 07 28.25 28 03 28 lOrt off T
"_ TawnAaant Illinois Central ..... 14 35 24% 24% The President of the United max'4* ____ __ __ ay.61* off S W. Welch at .. to U W. Tracy
laterlaL Iron ...... I 1> 11 % 12 States Middling soot 35 81n up 8. ** 810Chnsteon.
i lot Harreirter. ....... 9 79% 78 79 must be more than 34 years _....i..L Zrana at sir to Charles Irrgaag
A I HOMETOWN TRANSACTION* lat luck Caa ....... 13 31% 31% 31% old. .Jr. et wa wd 8>O.
NEW ORLCANSiAPCetta. future advanced .. Ben Rodgers to Clester CUR et ax eon
,< here yesterday under weekend covering tract: to buy receipt.
Closing. prices warn steady 20 to 45 Walter .Iola..... et ax to Irvin Johnson
rs- cants a bale highar.Open et ax wd '10.
NORTHOR'NGE AVENUE High Law Closa Daisy Creea to Amos R. Lawn et al as*.
AT_ PARK LAKE May ___ 34.41 M.SS 14.1* 34.M-44 u.. S Joseph B. Muxaata ., nx .. State at Fla
A July :32-4S 32.S4 321* 32.4S up .
Oct. _k W.SI 29.65 29.2. 29.52 UP S ocdJerry I. Chlcon at .x to Mark Cumin;*
Doc. 3*.4S 2S.St 3*.4S 2*.42h ua 4 wd 81OWaihi. i
Men ___? sass 38.U 2*.04 2I.Kh .up ShOld. Hudson at vIe to Btata of Fla .,.eel.w. ,
R. Kemp et nx, to F.lka.r I.. wd f 10. I
: Chas Magruder at na to state at Fla
CURB STOCK LIST easement 81.
Tarnished throuxh courtesy of 1I.rrm. Maggie A. Hnfgtn .. Jess F. Buggies
T1.c' Pierce Lynch. Fenner. 6"* Bean; .. nx wd '10.
D Aluminum Co. of Amer. __ SI Fir Fed IOu and Loan A is* part rel cut,.
Amer. Oa 1:1.: ... 39% Cbes b. Magrader et nx to Btata .1 Flaeasemeat Before You Sign Your Will-
Ark. Mat Oa A ______- II 91
Amer Light &; Traction 2144 Fred W. Arnold et nx to J..Z. Stripling e -
49 Ashland; 011 at; Bet. ___ U% wd .
-: Barium Steel __ ____-- II et as 810Haanah .. KNOW the Name
Tunas Fred w. cost a
: Creole Pet. Corp. ... ..,. 27% '
Arnold et ax ad 810Maude
'T-- ; CItIes $Senile __ 2834Colts
(Ok. Hamilton et air Wil-
0'"E Patent Arm u 31'4 lameeta II, Iluat air .4 I
Elee Bond &; Share Co. _u___ It of settling QUALIFIEDExecutor
Fairchild En*. 4t Airplane Corp_ 3'% heiper Jr. et nx to City of Oil
Glen. Alden Coal Co __ ___ 1744 .cd 81T .
Humble Oil u Mark Silts et al to A. L. Lawia at ax
1 1sccoNft Kaiser-Fraier* _Reid-------____ III 1V. pledge al Collateral. 820.OOO. I your estate! !

ThIT11L1I 11LE Lone Scar Gas Co. __h___ II Emily C rdun to Martin Z. PoweU Jr.. .
Nlasara Hudson Pw Corp. a'. et wx lid '10.
C Pantepec: Oil of Yen. ___-.4- 93. James Farr et B* .. W. Z. Hoghey at ax
Sonoton Corp. __n ___ _ 3 .,ftC..t f 3.000. The fee our Trust Department The qualifications you
T Schulto Inc------: II Kola ls. Co. ta M C. Fordhsm et .. .... receives for settling an estate is ahould require of the Executor
Stand Pw & Light 2'4 Sidney! J. biddings et ax U J. M. Reynolds
JI : St Regl Paper Co. e et wx mtg 84.500. probably less than you think. It you name hi your Will should
: Technicolor _nd 1544 Arthur M. Kiog et al to Aces H. Reider I is fixed by law and is the same
: : r LOOM PLAN Textron. _hn______-__ 16Thermod et al wd 810Ltelyn I as an Inexperienced individual include experience In handling
; ____ Ita.Uatted M. Airheart to Harry A. Leidenet
N T Druo ___u_ 904 ax sm ; would receive. Ordinarily, the estates; financial responsibility;

W. V. Coal .It Coke. _h.l0'. Louis C. Lambert et vx, to B..h.. lao wdf I following.rates apply: adequate facilities for accountIng -
United 0. Corp. .___uu_ 145. >0. I
Pauline K. S.oUer to Clarice S. Bat etal tax accounting, safekeeping
-.A14 wd $10.Greed $I 00000 $ 6000
CHICAGO CHICAGO tUP) Oraln BRAIN range: ledge el Florida I 0 0 T to Louis 2:000:00: : -=.-.. 100:00: and investment management;

T :: WHXAT Open High Law Last E.Albert l.-mbert B. wd hails 810., ax to Archie V. B. I 300000 _ 140.00 and business judgment.

---- .0 March 183 Z89>a 282 288, McCall Big SHSO 400000 _._.- 180.00
[ a May ___ 264 Va 369 264 U 266 James *>. McC.Il et nx, to Albert S. Datiawd 5000.00 __ 220.00 It is also; an advantage to select
: July 233 H 2374 233-, 235 '10.
Bert. == 225(a 227H 225 2234 John Wesley WIllIams et nx to Mae Mar I PLUS an Executor that is on the job
: CORN ray wd 81Fraak I business and not
I March ____ 181 174 Va 170 174 J. Sharp et ax to Virgil R. Acetic J% on mounts In excess of 13.OoO.00 every day one
May hu_ 16*li 172 18T170*. eioa.d 810. I who may be unable to act be-
0 July __ 164 166 164 168ept The Executors from the
--' a fee is. a deductcause of illness absence
: ___ *
R 161 163 IW/t 163
OATS- I ible item for death tax purposes. city or death. '.
Mrcn 9ai4 93'a BSU 8'i11
May 8Si, 1 irS'a 9Q1*
July; _.= == '. U :1>, 2944 80. SERVICE I
Do know individual who has
Soot75 1I'. n'l\ >. you any

March BARLEY_ 152b 153 153 isr: the above qualifications? '
0 S May ___ 14S:;" n___ __ I4bb ?8;:m'1':5 FONE 7726 -
LARD U) MafMlia AT*. OrUndo. P1*.
July 29 6Ob __ 29 60bSept.
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k4-I,3 ___h 28 65b 22 87 28 65 28 27.2bNOT. 75b Backed by 20 Years EsperiencoTAXPAYER Any information that the Estate services of our Trust I
T' Oct. 272 O
-_-=-_- 34SOO: ==-== = -= 247SO I Department are only for the wealthy completely

N FOREIGN EXCHANGE )IR. & erroneous. For example more than half of the estates

: : 11 I I3 h.TOW' .... YORK rates follow AP) Closing COrral foreign Britain cz-ia: !\IRS. I'' I I we have settled in the past twelve months have been: .

dollar other In cents): INCOME TAX work Is car kaiiieti I I of moderate size. !
Canadian dollar In New Tack: open OPEN E1EMNGS ties Marc U I fi
market. 6'a per cent discount or 9362V.
U. S. cents off '. of a rent
; Europe: dreat Britain *4 02'. off 1, 16th W. C.-SPURGEON i I We invite further inquiry 1
of a cent >ranee Urauci, ,"4'.. off 'e of your
FIRST "LOOM PLAN a cent: Sweden ikronai :27 Hi. anchanaedSwiterlso4 ; m N. Mala St. Near Pest OfOe : ,
: Uranct (com U :u 40. na- I II'lI j r,6'" .
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Latin -Amerlra: Argentina. fPM 2444. .p i :t Trust Department

OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE UNDER FIVE 01 at ,a 20 cent 6i.; ncbaned-Bras free. S SO. nnchasged.Mexico Small Loans OB

YEAR LEASE TO RESPONSIBLE INDIVIDUALS Sir Walter:the potato Raleigh into did England.not Introduce '.! Real EstateGet = iJ ''I,! First National Bank f

WltU Sir John Hawkins did so in 1563. [ money quickly on your

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PAGE 12A MARCH 16. 1947 .. a D1 4223 7e.r bulne i.. Orlando Homes Maintenance Serv- ennoble r.t. J. R. WestSide lUc or oher I.Uon.1 w 8t- phone 7928. J1 Fair Bl. 10 W. do..T 0 Ion Lake be

3 X. Pine. One place C. W. Hd, Wint Park; 2. Ice. phone 9948. W. Pore Avej. 7795- .tl. f.n A.ab. I 2&48Inc BEDROOM Burrs-Ivory. C..h D.edltln. 110 71 For
lies. ELECTRIC 8 W LEPER-Westinghou**'
DRY employ only Complet
19. Schools and Instruction CNC SERVICE that lasts for PIANO TUNING rebuilding factory CIGW. help; and stalled Cot _. Britta. "Gen- For Ifor.to telephoe With all attachment $60. 619 GUN-New. 38 speciaL Jtr

W.la dr.e.: HOOTS; our technician.5783; 1610 Brancheau.FAINTING. 8. Orange. Blossom moel s1e m.her. T. J.cDf e.1 EercM 356 N. O.n.e. 892. BCTLDWO Lan drink I Cathcart &c. Police, 4 Inch barrel; .1 2
.tp fr em.t. D T L 2b. 2. 12 ft. .
i Classified ACUG engineeringHUh ham Cenr 2 Rd..o Cne R COMPRESSORS. KeQocg. H-P. box: spring lease on nol.er rl.t \n
ltrUuJ Correspondence COI..t. 112 J 2.DR 1 spray; commercial. Decorating and; brush residential.and 2-10. ,_ A 3pha. Also 1/3 H-P. 3pba S lot. $500.. W1D.a.I. 1. Box 134A.Mfcitland. EIC e.y LW. KOWWo.H.rd..I ne. 7 W. Catb .
Sash .
: .
rprenttl.. eablne aD Dynamic color Sand WILL -do your roofing roof rep.1 6f. Hollowell .ok 102 W. Church. GARDEN HOSE--5O-Ioot lengths
;c 1 O. Rowe. Box 2974: pboD 128. .tr. fuea; : "hem.. bl.e roof and Oil EquipmentCo. heavy duty special 88.95.
I tJ. rp.1 and wood work Or I. and w.terrfI. D.ld C I I. work; p.lUD.. 723 bn.hes.. St.. Jacksonville. B BOX Enamtl; eP ELECTRIC LANTERNS-Delta and B J ,.n BOOM and
': 6. flowers and Wreaths PIANO LESSONS-For children up c Woodcraft. L50O W. Co. 173. rp.II Mor. F.n- 1 P. set. H. H. othermakes.. Bumby Hardware .
"'; third Please telephone ton PANTING-10xi2 rooms: Et Phone 226.A AIRPLANE MODELS Complete .e. Hardware 220 a Oransc. Phone 102 West Church StreetEi.ECTRIC I J.r"s.HOT)
. FUNERAL SPRAYS-Individual t-I $12 Including MAKESREATING. cooking model and 2-1841. REFRIGERATOR: S ft. RESTAURANT and BarealpmeD'
and practice
LAW ..n aer
. tention. Kittincer P1ori 64 for broker and sales- ELECTRIC C 8EV only r.t e"ton. Relfand. 2-4287. refrigerators and other R.Id bt rln. e.r Model Freezes perfectly: In stock ready for Im
preparation BATHROOM ColdsPt 85
- Work
service. .
outlet ( appliance -
Central phone 4643. 214 .
Ho.e p.n.Po .arnt N. 6668 Ship .. Wood and
Ban. Mew classes start f of rear.Come modern upkeep PIANO TUNING-Master &hcl.n N. Medlln. phone 7364 2-32L ., ment Just received high Wib R Lake Wlme. L."o. leJt deU.er. cbom.
Care to office and UP for only authorized an e.l station. tanl.. $4. Rep.1. reu.ble. R ANTIQUE Love seat chrome. towel bars paper F. cb.l ba&, many
10. Baby Sitters Child i ij VICOR hlen and
scholarship. School of Real Estate Bumby Ho.e.. ar Becker. 441 N. .; 24118. '31. Good Things t Eat_ and two > matching soap dishes etc. Knox Stre EECC FENDER GRE a tables a sixes leather
: Law 139 E. Fine Ph 6' 110 RIO REPAIRS-AH work ._r.n newly upholstered A rele.P. 2 E. Pine. Phone 2-316. C. DW parts; I. P Wintr w bta cplet. Sam tables and
BABY eiTTEH 3-281T after 230. FURNITURE REPAIRED and re t 24 hour service; pick up and $40O. Also Cherry drp BLOW TORCHES-Soldering Park 848. 641 Wit .Ie de f.er .
: Travel InformationAIR tshed: stoves and lawn mo.er re d.Uy. Wilkes Radio. 1204 K. Col BtE TOAST AND COFFEE $10O. Can be seen at 336 Grove electric and H. R. Irn P.r" eler steel cfe W'
# paired. R. A Aut 542 Pont ol.1 Dr4 phone S515. Ln .149 N. OranceBRIC Ave.. Winter Park. Hardware 220 S. Orang Phone ELECTRIC IRONS-Automatic control electric: roll steel frnur
BABY AND CHILD CARL-In my RESERVATIONS and tickets alllines. Phone 241.PURUTURE 2-1841. : Universal. Proctor. ..rer stainless er..
i by day. week or hour. Excellent RIO RAbn service on APARTMENT Sm and beverage
home elUc
Sunniland EQUE-Etr Bumb
T..e Ba..a 3 And Immediate ICE CREAM-We make our CROQUET SETS Hardware. 102 W. makers tray
t care provided also baby aUt ,- X. Phone REF1N1SH1NG- UP- moel. and -Large assortment. Churh drink SUex coffee :
ter.' 103 E. Harvard call 2-3296. Pine. 131. holer.. For .tltetr service attention. .143 Special orders made UD at Complt kitchen wlt I. '$.'$ t* ai- .7$. Bumby Hardware IPLO IQII-A Item stands, wood and metal curb and
Take 1 or 2 help It.Parramore N. Orange Ave. Laney 149 N. Orange Ave. open til an. Rlr.e 102 W. Church Street. at service trays: silverware dishes and
, CHILD CARE In my home by Pleasantsurroundings. hour. BSlJ..... expenses. Phone 0 8. phone 13.I. > REPAIRS-24-hr. service: an I p.m. r.tr. c.bIet he.\n Joer 0.Ap- Old just ber_Co.. N. Orange prc. .L. glassware: stock pots staInless steelor

!{ day or week.. 2123 Experienced.W. South.BOLDEN tr.. 315 S. Ho.bu.CNNE FURNITURE REBUILT and upholstered RIO.or" guaranteed. AI Wlcgins. 2014 CIUS FRUIT Oranges. Gr.p pl.le. Inc., CANOE.. ended T..n double @ amnd FURNITURE-Moving nr must aluminum: bar and kitchen sinks f

Driver wanted man We make It look like new at E Kale Ave.. phone 6247. frit Tangerines SI Bu. AQU AND SEC for water-proof- Sponson; 11. 13. IS. 16. 17 and 1- al contents of la- an .ls soda fountain electric rake
; : HEIGHTS-Day nursery. transportation ; a low and have plenty of SERVICE-Expert work on 25 1740 Delaney. ...to houses and ceU.n tt.; Pin Castle Boat .ConstraetkmCo _Amooi Station. Maltlaad.FROZEN -* electric.= I II

- Saturday From 7 87.a m.By till day 6 p S1-2S.m. Monday. 1421 till W. tare early April. Winter Park pi. nle.er. cot. Prltar Craft C RIO..t.aU7 known .ke guaranteed EASTER CANDY for the kids and H.. I. P.rr Hardware. 220 pine Castle. Fla. FOODS-open top unit. May I peeler pie : r-kr ; .te .:

, 18th St.WOMAN. MICH.-Take 1 or 2; 101S W. Church: 2-31. and reasonable. AI.t crown UPS. Old. fablone. peke. Phone1.1. CARE SWEEPER-Miracle. $12 95. be seen 264 8*. Orange. I c. misters .
; AVAILABLE for sitting with DEI. a and drive; 1 abouta FLOOR SANDING-Finishing, cleaning Store. 143 N. Orange dial 53. In beautiful ANTIQUES Hand-painted ..t F1tu Co..141 and CIS riIO-cA: steel-'. fe''I .ult: built-in bath tubs, complete
S. Fern Creek and
children and Invalids evenings. 410 week. 444 South Osceola. waxinc; moer e1pmet a RIG REPAIR on all make and Sparks Oron., 8825. vases; bra silver and W. Carh seat with fitting Harry Pepper. Inc Ml
Michigan: d
tear. work Inde 24-hour Pick up SU.e un. done In our shop.Westheis CROSSES gift back. For schools hotels Volusia Ave Daytona Beach. Phone
eaU S578.1L. an.
Magnolia HAVANA. perfet fo rburhe .
{ Lanier CBA-spen. Pins 10-yrs. experience; for prop an- and de.er. Faer Bro. 8 B FROZEN CSTATe old fah Trading Poet 210 W. Solid gold .Ith o wt'EtM.d. Ina1ta1.1. Write: Cohen 5*.
Brc ice phone 2-1370. ioned Church.
r .Pr Sue some with Miami Florida.
Notices St. Phone kld mond. 170 B.h HEATER-Coleman. 3O-
Special 531. rhln.tn Her HOT WATER
tog Co.FNE fresh Laney'. 149 N. Orange.Open .
ASBESTONE board m.n. .
HAVANA and Nassau by boat or RGETON-Po prompt eff W.trrof L.D Off. Charh. FLOOR RUNNER-Like rbbr SOC gallon capacit Wilson L.r
til 8
: ALICE CARLTS-5O4 Florida Bank plane. Call Orlando Travel Service. REPAIR SHOP R cint anlce on I 3/16th inches t. ft For CHAIR BOTTOMS-Fiber in all standard sq. yd. Cut to any Hardware 42 W. CentraL

. Building. Superfluous hair permanently 11* E. Central: dial 15. reupholsterinc.. .. I and m."ea call showers, ".Coma. W.. Hv sues. Bumby Had.a 102 Lumber Co. N. Orange and Railroad.FLOOR I 2218.HAT ___
removed. Phone 44O6. ether fellow didn't a .o Willard & Keiser. Norge Dealer 'O ICE CREAM SANWC- At dreds of as. Jd. .. W. Church.CAMP ; Electric at closeout
- MIDDLE AOE Jer.o. o n. Pal' 2611 N. Mills; 5136. Laney' 149 tU C1.EA1SER-Never :
, AMANDA BRADFORD-Psychic reading two E oD WAT-HT STOVES-Just received a large o fine floors. Us Bruce C..r.1SmJ mc .rety; with fan or wl\h0
, ; circle 2:30 Wed. 561 West Colombia hare part expenses.cop.n North CroahT.llhu. C Wahln.tn. 2-116.FINISHING RIO REPAIRS Also small ap I p.m.ORANGES. Ee'r 30 shipment. BubY Hardware 102 Lumber Co. N. .ld i iR.Ura (l.uabtr'. W. Central Af.
Ave. : ph. 2-2331. FLOOR SANDING AND pllan".: r.D.ble r.'e workguaranteed. lndL" Ltd qu.ntty. but Im W. Church.CLOSETSPlumbing. I
I MonCoer. A. Prompt Modern equipment; ,
:. ADVICE psychic readings d.U".44'oS Columbu Je"lD J. arc. Established 193). Ave.B.d. at 2-2821.Wyekoff's. 2524 on the For uc. Appro"im.t me.t. Itn.u.n Co..e1.. fstlre.: complete FRUIT B AS mil 8-Bushel and H HOIST-2 booms 2 h.Dd-pr.tf
75 boxes.
prabl. p.er uut f. Kuh ly fue torma- .Keir. Voae Thee with fittings bushel flat bottom shipping type complete
W. Church phono 7088. Sunday. 'hroaab z.n. : bonded; tlon phone 5794.ORANGESIl ter block. ,. : lel.t delivery L : ; oche wc. :
nes. furnished. Phone RADIOS REPAIRED-12 18 hour cash Amen Co_ 300 W. Robinson and can
I pjn. Guest speaker. Ancebilt Hotel. 1d insured. Stevens Floor Surfacing. or ter. Lb"7 and new; Pe Bm. r.1 I.e b
Rev. Cherry. Trailer Park. 2-2383 or e service. Work guaranteed. Pickup bushel: grapefruit 7Sc; ANTIQUES-Specializing in Pine and Freemen 711 W. Church Holler
Rm. 1106. Phone 6582. lb 53. S1le. Ho.811
Ottie Brock. and delivery. Coopers Store. tangerines 75c; pick your ownfruit. m.pl lan'u. Also .I.china, .
.- BOARD YOUR RIDING horses at the .rC Florida Gnera Dler. REPAIRED and refl 20 W. Church. Phone Muc. S. H. Clark. Wlndermere.fr3 I @tc CASH REG02TERERS-various t, FRUIT JUICERS.-Oood selection of rolet
P Alt.mont
Casselberry.Fla. Olndo .ppIt- May S. various type H. H. Parrlsh
Azalea Lodge Stable. Cabinets Springs. north of b seen at 10 Orange Ar.CCTGOn H.r-
, Enjoy riding clearly marked ment order. lew. Co.2323 N.Orange REFRIGERATION SERVICE house SO GOOD And so delicious wecan't I the Old DII.I mle Hlway near Altamonte HEATERS A ".r. 220 S. Orange. Phone HOlE FREEZERS-Norse upright.
- Tnd.1l Prtue hold and inrebuilding start to name it. A generous and Pak-a-way.
scenic u& Phone Winter Fall 17. Hauling and 41. eommera Spl.Ua Ice HoteL nl.ed of the FENCE P C.pre. ft I. wm.r
. slice of Neapolitan creamon
9174-W. More "P.1D. c.s. coler famous delivery 3 to 4 per ,K..r. CII.lt.n. Pboe 113.
cracked all exrel- bu" 10
FURNITURE cake.Suggest he.te. ImPI.t
REBA Ferguson Rtr.er.Uon I 1. Terry a lucious .1 of Pound BOATa Br..ln S.r" S In. butt $ .n HOUSE PLAN-2 unit and specifIcsthong. -
. BARBER 8rKv1C5-4 ready .t
ft. ft.skils. 10.
ch.1 & ALLIED VAN finish or fr.ed c.enn. can b, phone a The receives : f I 1 length or Disappearing extension
fast Kelser. Vogue Theater BlOck Colon- size
with UES. ICN.tln'
serve yon an Fixed by our expert workmen. of Ice 1 Old Tom 16 20 der. LtU"r C Us
: 2 our own C.Do. .
i Ice. All Union shop. W* at largest mo.e. .. F. RUGS furniture de.nP. .aUol cr.mfre. f. dial Phone Winter t.bl blh : eh.tr.
eiO. 1: .o estimates. Ross Co. apholwr 149 N. Orange ft. launch h Uni 1.I\ow 511.CAMEI. "I' .
: E.a Side Barber Shop. f Char Ca.. for Fidelity free Str.. &on W..bou your long Church. Phone M.t... 'I demohed. wartime Ken. 'tl Ln. ,. .e.1 sift ; newly overhauled. .I'' e1.r...model 12., FURNITURE B.aUtal C.bm.Drot .Indo.new: wind. furnace fir;

; BOAT T-froK'..Dora to dl.t.n moving. 56-41 W. Jackson FLOOR SANDING, finishing. cleaning ery. Ph. 2-2990. de.D. doe- TREE RENE Valencia or.n.ea, Owner.. 207.Indian R.e Ave. Melbourne P4.5 ln 26% Kor .maple table diln. matching rom living arn. ..engine:plambr'.p range;
beautiful Ok1s "
S,. Phone 2-3184. waxinc. Orlando Floor Surfacing I grapefruit; no F. St.CAStS I ( .ne SO gaitoa/ e.water : 4" ewer
room odd vteeea.
. aha River. Wise Works Co. gives guaranteed satisIscUon. adleu BOATS CoUapiltAe. 10 REGISTER National electric .t raw 30" Chrts-
. B. Express to -'- ; copper
r AERO MAYFLOWER TRANSIT frost damage. shipinenU : Pb.o. and First road to the off tie Dm
phone 3223. Mt Dora. P. distance moving. Call .olner C.Ln. Expert-need workmen. uena I HUG CLEANING-AH kinds an sites. all points east of the Mississippi andCanada. and 12 Pefed for flshmc and mug I1.9S. 5 West Church,'' lamp. Drive 2nd. lf on .Plot Ph. 2.3BH.HOPA .

, CHRI CORSETTERE Brassieres. V. and Storage snle. ( fr ed and bonded: modern and theft Insurance carried. D.. out to grove and I'.p sport Selling at cot Mills Street.CABINETS. right. Call C140. b BED-Simmons:
Pre b
and eorselettec: write I estimates movinc. iterate Under new m.n.cment.. J. 1 Grtt- class work. Don't watt for the for shipment. Plnt Nebraska. -Mantels, fr.me windows with aides. aD
: L. O. Hilton 1239 Mt. Vernon packlnc. a loa shippinc. 1.0 ten 1809 N. : 718. Spring rush. Call us now; dial 2-2431. .. and grapefruit for BARBECUE GRILLS-For Summertime and other special mW.ork chrome frame: plush upholstery. A

r. HOME-wanVed for lovable '.- e.r- S. Division; ph. 7988. FLOOR SANDING; finishing .pl Orlando Steam Laundry, 49 W. Con .at reduced prices. on e.enn. picnic Selling at cost. Mill now available on reasonably short FURNITURE FOR SALE Fwy and h good condition. Phone 2-OO69.-

fr old baby girt. .days a week CAN HANDLE Immediately loads or Ice Fentra-Seal treatment; cord. until ..el p.m.. Sud., noa A Nebraska. notice. Mutual Millwork Co. Ph. 4127. Kenmore electric washing Biarhlnes ICE BOX-10O la- endJUon

b while widowed mother works. Box. P.r Id to or from New Yorkor experience; modern equipment; work 1121 TOO p.m. B. F. Bnnet. J20 BABY CAOJA Ice 1. For CHURNS-Dasey. 2-iallon capacity. porcelain good condition. $9S .boone !.m 2.o Cr

. 448 &tar.ICM. roaC. Fulford Van .Storage C.guaranteed R. Burke.: l.ens. prompt service; Lake Underhill Drive 80uC L"e larer Inl.r.tloD tele- 1 .4. Knox Stores Co.. 2. X. ...b. Zenith console radio bargain. tal Lt Dr. Curry Ford Jtd. Van

TAX-Bookkeeping Service; Co.. 13 Main; 9288. ROOFING-Free estimates. 3 yearsto UlderhU.ORNO&RAEUTc 20.BUER Pine. 2318.CET 151.5 table ton "re" e. Alln.
t -JaJeJond.y."jt DEEM'S DELIVERY. phone GENERAL CONTRACTOR and pa,.Guaranteed. Rolls shingirs.flak ripe; and OP DRA $98 50k c_$27 50: _n ICE REFRIGERATOR good con
Bookkeeping and T.Bn. I 7673: light moving Bnic.hauling. repair work. "John RaIser Box 223 roofs and asbestos siding; Smith 1.5 60e BW. ARFn. Smyth dr..e. 118.5.WUnllhe Mor Part. al twin beds with springs dition. 311 Fer.o Avenue.
Viftt Church Street. I IJ every load insured, reasonable r.t. ZeU.o. .Sons. 4688.REFRIGERATORS. and .t bags. We bushels 82% Lumber Co.. N Orange and Railroad. Co.. 23 felt m.ttre per pair complete. $95: Phone 8098.

HERTZ DRIVEUR8ELF8YSTEMRent GENERAL CONTRACTOR and -.( Plus express. Fresh orange RosVof CHARCOAL POTS Number 3 charcoal 8-piece suite. $149 50: Iron .
BEDSPREAD Crocheted *
J LASErS-At 149 5. Cranes A.. a truck by the hur. day o rep.1 work. .John Ralner. Box. 223 hou service, .or"REF.u.r.nt 8 grapefruit Juice; SI ..UOI C. R Sharon; leut 110; width $. pt$3. Knox St.... Co29. $29 piece walnut-finish Hollywood bed knee-hole with ". IN8tnm-Matle Ptu c elKtr.1 41*
: open lor business 'B P. week. Pick-up or stake 904 1. ZeU.o. as original flnh Brt.a Stevens Grower. 301 W. Far A.. Phone 2-20 O. Box 14O7. Or g. Pn. 2-3163. 5 rd. *49.SOnew 1the W. Church.

Orsnse. Phone 24064. HOME SERVICE General repairs "Gnera. Eecrc" Or.nl. 2-3554. lando. CIRCULATING HEATERS complete. $21 9O; leather yU..a,b ICE BOX-Used. In

KUIE PAK. Spiritualist Read HAULING-fast local pick up and new construction. Windows screens NICE RED BUSS Florida new pte BABY PEN-new. Used car American S.1l OI : also $95: 6-piece walnut .tt. soS. 820. 1940 Miller ..o, Wltr cndlt1f FalI
Thurs. I .p.I delivery service. Ver reasonable and caulking ecrvh'e. Lcens and I RUGS AND UPHOLSTERY cleanedIn toa 5 Ibs.. 30s; homemade br.d. PLY .", Lt. table oil heaters. Wilson pr a.I.$75 breakfast table and 2 bnrh. ".
2613 E Washington.PROPERTY rates available p.m. bonded. D..el. Phne 1522. I your own home: approved methods .. 13c: cottage .h.s best ra.Extension 1447.BICYCLE Smith Fh H.rd..r.' 42 W. CentraL Phone $27.5O; b ffct. $14 95: metal
MANAGEMENT We weekends. Ph. 8483. C.ndle. A HOUSE ASnE- windows I ; moth proofing. Dixie Rug Ce.n sliced bacon 74e lb.; dr .. -2187.. ranee.. 143.SO: boYs bicycle. $37.5O.SewellThnrmond IC BOXDIDett .t baby
. : looks like phone 7642. full drawn broilers or 01, -26"-D. minor .p.ln Co.. ca cofe Cbles
your properties and Local I es OUST PANS Assorted colors 20c 7 carriages .
m.n.e cUed 10LBE' mori.: 65e lb. .. or pink grape price $10. Ave. Winter Pmltar refr.er.t rugs.Eronomy
Henry Bnrch. .. pa"ln.. paint lota. CI.nIDc and .aKI.flon SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED ..ndCle.ned. fruit. 65e: .t adle bu : Valencia. Pineapple Park.BOATl4'. and up. Knox Stores Co.. 2 E W..Pine St. 470. I Prtar. W. Church.
our --
<.. S. Main; dial 2-109. agent or Delcber's Lone Dla .pl.lt, 2-37. I State appro.e. 20 yearsIn oranges for Juice. 95c busheL Pine St. Phone23163.. ICE REFRIGERATOR. Bassinette.

SPENCER SUPPORTS-Individually Movinc. 508 Stacy, St. Dial 495. H mYSRPO-.Dt buslcess: The Frontier Stores. Orange Blossom pl.o... .It: mot.r.p DINING TABLE-Hoover vacuum Play pen. See at 1005 29th Street
: 1202 E. LONG DISTANCE I SEWING TraU.at20th St. 2125 KI 1:3 I cleaner 3-piece room suit and used. -Pa, .2138.II.
del.ne. ln iACINE _ lYn. FRINe.
1 MOVIOplt. attic installed. Phone BOOKCASES-Utility cabinets; linoleum to cent on
2-3085. Packlnc. mov f.1 S021. .p Vacuum .. i 724 W. Colonia 2 per
2-35 01 model .
ply .s Brown and West Side 410 W. ; porch .: I. .nmo.er.Cohr.n D. c.s Bass LP- Table
Storage KI.he.n MIUSN-ORNOESV.len.i. farta. Prltur. Co .;
Massages.Slenderizing H.rel' Rep.l.
SWEDISH AND M..ln. C. 1015 W. i 1nha. Orlando Fur
, : c.bI'KEICA b.t 're.e'ment 115 W. .. Pon. 115. HOUSES-WINDOWS WASHED. Inside Ore. 7795. Michigan Avenue. Orlando. St.BIDRM.Frtur. Co. I DRIPLTOR.. per.ol.tn.. $1 prelai. 625 Churh St.. phon 582. __ nlture .pl.1 and 11 W. Church..
for .. VETERAN TRUCK desires and out Floors waxed and polish or brass cut- Chunh $1 25. Teakettles, milk palls ovelroanters. FRAMES Windows, eabinita. man .
Kl. WI ed. Bambert. 7228; STECU.rd. Ink. SUITE Maple. twin bed I and special mfflwork JET Ph.p:: complete: al
short equipped niche .rl Wyckoffs Hdw. 2524 Kuhl.
Olbno reeltne mu. C 8tn.U eoI Articles for Kent Cl ohe Suddath MOving
only. furniture lumber cement h.u. 2-3098. ors. R. C. de 120 N. 3. .Itb .prl. and mattress. Der. .. reasonably short DW..
2-218. 11. "lot. DICTIONARY Co. 115 Columbia.
what have VACUUM CLEANER Serv phone 2-38(12. 1322V. Sho..o Dln. 'Websr' Colecl.t notice. Mutual MIC works Co. PbO.
WILL CARE for elderly lady In heavy package hour Job leather
HOVE For rent or :
home good tare pn service; $ In city up Hard.ae Co. 102 W. SEPTIC everything rake. 7135or BAKERS OVEN- Blodgett. lune I.5.. Chek 4127. __ ____ KNIFE Sen-sharpening knife
.t 3-1849. prled 100 Ibs. Phone 20271. Church: Phone 610. TANK CNE: P. J. large 2-2097.size R.: p.lmet. F R..ol Inal.tlon O. Box Go.n. stu.r 1 K.11 St phone 8I vegetable .ter rack with set of 6 tDlfa. 812 50.
1 Bun.h. FUR Knox Stores Co. Phone
LOADS or part loads HOUSES WASHED with steam Is Burke. Permanent resident: bonded 895. rolling pI. 2 P.
W. P. KELLY. Surveyor. WAT. Clark. Edger and DOORS double 2-3163. _
FLOOR SANDER garage 7x8. track
!cltre ,
what property owners have insured. Route 19. Box 231; 2-78. BOATS plywood: and V-Boi- I Wyckoffs Hdw_ 2524 Kuhl.
S Church and real All equipmentat ro. and rollers
Ohio complete. Barrsln. Saturday
Kal A.d.Iho. Cnel.nd PhU.del two polishers. KITCHEN In rust proof
8346. phia or for. Entirely cferntfrom SAWS FILED-Also first class cabinet reasonable r.t. Smyth Lumber tom skiffs with 2- ,Unde opposedaircooled Monday. 639 N. Westmore FRAMING Wolm.1 peNur All T Perma
8tr.Co.phone 5288. 133 W. K.I band washing yet no m.r. work. ills Princeton. Orb Co.. N. Orange and Railroad. Onan m.trs land. treated fr.mu ID" U con 1. 1 Fe a
12. Lost and Found pensive. In fact you will think your Vista. Ph. 20770. ranging from 88 to $545. B.utfa against asS rot. M. m.t. Pon:632.
house .had a new paint does FLOOR SAl"E- New American family b.t for de DINING ROM SUITE. I piece. Nebraska. I LUMBER-Everythlnc in buildinglumber
not affect flowers, or andremoved. -8"; ne.e".r. R..sn.ble r.te. Castle Boat Construc Table Chef ..ranee. and wood. Colonial Lura-
19. Services Offered pint "hrbber. l.er. abused
CHANGE PURSE LOST small black. Bonded. John Newton. Used
C. R. 8. Bumby Ave. ., R..ble. 803 W.
We restore the 185 phone Stet. fNIEUnaa. ber. Cheney Highway. 2-7142.
Pixxly-Wiccly. FrL evening; contained '.a 116 Irvin Street. Ple.1 phone 21147. phone 7851.FLOOR tea be bought Ph
money and lighter AWNTNG8.-Special of Individual bestos or tile rof. Steam TYPEWRITER BOAT-ir. 75 h p.. grey: beautiful DININO ROOM SUITE 7-plee. from Slather of Orlando the homeof LAWN MOWERS-FN. proven .al
with name "Dot.- Return t.e.r.Y beauty on aes.e.c call Washing Co. P. make machine.SERVICE Genuine on any edger; newequipment 1946 runabout. Su..$5. 814 W. Duncan phyfe: mahocany. Made by friendly furniture: 5 E. Church. It,. 4 models. 81495 up.

Sentnelta Office.CAT HodH.mltn 9694 Ventilated of Orlando.Room LAWN AND OAE SERVICE-We supplied where f.ctr!' : :.e KuhL: ph. 22821.Wyckotfs Concord Ave. Huntley.phone 125. S13 S. Oal. A. FAMILY EXPENSE RECORDS and stock the parts." Joseph BumbyHardware
115 14 X. offer a srevlce with P.r. ne.r. 01- Hdw. 232.DIMONSUnred.med Co.. 102 W. Church.
crey and white. Charch Office Supply .. A..nc7 for BROODEIt-.525; kerosene hot water budget control books. 8Se eel
LT-ae Brown stripe en ALARM CLOCKS REPAIRED Any modern motorized equipment. Garden Royal T.rtr. 29 E. Pin St. FLOOR SANDER edger and polish. beater. $10: 42-gallon tank $15: real bar- Check with Coerce 8'1.r LOCK SETS-New .hlpmmt hingesto
Nea. Dbe.d. 4205. of clock or electrical euip plots prepared or cultivated Phone and Blake. er. Johns Hardware. 2208 Edge- Oeo. Sutherland. Jamajo; Cheney .aebe. re.. pins Main St.. phone 815. match In anrl deltl. H H.Farriah .
Re..rd. kl W* fix everything. ground broken for new l.n.. Call water Drive phone 2-0915. Hlway: 'oS mile Signal Hill.BEVERAGE .ne .r..elet. H.ran.. Office ..
.eDt. R TREE SURGERY bond STRETCRERS.-8ingle and
DOG FOUND-1947 tag number 3953. Albert Information. Winch FENCE 2 Oan. \
, Believe this an Army t... pair Sb.p. 48 W. Central. Pb. 76! (ud Marl 4.88 bnde and Ucend. F arl.utI FLOOR Pwr-. and cabinet CL- Brunswick W.'Carh.DRINKO double block complete with r. Phone 2-1841.
ph. 6805. OrlndoHum.n. and electric welding; m.t. annle. I .. or hour. Ph Blue-Flash. Llque and solid food FOUNTAIN-Kelvins tor, $2.25. Knox St.Co.. 29 E. *. UMJP1 lime. 350 b...I and
Sle\ ACE on LANDSCAPING Fill-in d. topsoil 2-2524: Ph. 22821. Wyckeffs Hdw... 2524 greater .at.matlO therott Bumby Phone nailt. Telrphone6392.LINOLEUM .
LOST-4 men's .he In paneL Return mlch. 1011 pump 1.1 m and peat. Call or Melll.Pb rfr&er.tlol .. ace. Hardware 103 -
houror Im .
rent by : cooling.
to YowellDrewIvey 9926. UPHOLSTERING Installation of SAND Bt.ASTERI0T .t..cpdt7 Curch. In. z 4 la. RUGS-9x12 89.95; chif-
Co. R..rd.PLUER'S aluminum and brass ess tint. McK- springs; very reasonable Ph. 9621. contract. S David C. mugS deU.er. easy term Orlando DOORS-Two and four panel. 2- PANS-Vent.U- new. Wtke ferobes 89 SO; metal porch chairs
ne,Machine Works 131 W. LAWN AND GARDEN C..t..r Sardine Upholstry Shop.VPHOLSTERINGSiip Co, phone 677.I Co.., 1c. 210 N. and 2- and 10" cut saw: Dl... S.per. A 849$: coil springs 810: .Ir 81.
TOOLS vice phDe 435. .
LT-A ; Trailer Tar Hrlce. by experienced honlci Oiangediai 4537.BAROMETERS sell cheap. W.ltr L. W.r. JeffcoatFilling Furniture. .
AWNINGS C.D.ple rates ref FOOD FREEZER-Firestone upright e Whl\mlr 30 C.rh
P .ttron 1 riC a turlt coyr. for Sale
Blinds. Window run.bl Articles
33. and thermometers Con.
8t.ton. R.d.
St. 825 2-4409. Ishlng. We can obligation. ruble feet. Great Southern Store LAVATORIES Bam tuba closet
I Orl.nd. aba. 2-3. Roberts Bros.Vet C.I In.r.m-Brwn 418 W. Central. I from $1 5. Florida Business EQIp ELECTRIC RANGE-Apartment sloe. 892 N. Orange., and cabinet for Immediatedelivery
business. 706 W. Smith: 2-9. LANDSCAPING-Plower and shrubbery ANTIQUE-Walnut wax finish couch. ment Co. N. Orange dial Phone for informatIon. .1. In Florida
14. Beauty Parlors ALLIS CHALMERS and settings. Dirt and .eDera 2-06 i 84O. Or exchange for a cherry BOAT AU aluminum 12 ft.1454. ELECTRIC OASLE I T.us good con cash or I..et months
IVIC UPHOLSTERY SERVICE-Restore the ; 2-3744 Cl 3 t >,
hauling. Grass planting. REIERArR
: la cold I pat tractor .1 .er .. home beautiful by calling 1... 70a 10.eUDes of your home with our : piee. Ph. 7632. : equipped for oatl.rd tore and dlton 15. Cal Libby and Fr.n 711 W. .
AJN'ptaD. Home Keblner Co, 430 : ARMY pillow c. motor: priced reasonably. St. 9514. ".d.,
.. Fall and
types of Many
patterns ODh.t P 8401. C.1
fel.t I W. Robinson; made to or- upholtr. t.pesr GARDEN: HOSE In 25 ft. and 50 n. LELMle. St.n
., ..
beauty Call Mrs. Reynolds. 2213.A iR-RIV ho. Russ Co.. .c.el. bd drpe BEDROOM SUI- Complete. $60; END TABLES-Corner cock- Southern 692If. lel.s.5 Knox StraC.
20 E. S,. Orlando 1122 W. St. Phone Navy bln"et aprons. cbinet. length Great Ste ...
; 2-2213. elotb living
dining suIte tall bar.
Pn. : 1. Pne. Pb.n 2.316.LWN
8U. Venetian Glass Mirror Wks.; 5249. I sale.Morgan's .alt 15 so.c. Orange Ave._ _ _
AICA BEAUTY SALON-New WOS. I na VENETIAN BLINDS RPAIE..ndref1he Salvage. 46 E. Church._ $60chest dr..en. SO up; desk. Orlando 15 W. W.a gallon capacity: SWEEPERS-.Large sis t44.
Mi W. Church. 1821 aren $25. Heabler's. 1329 19th St. Ington CANs0 at B. F. Goodrich Garlandand
.J.UOD. Phone 6931. irene Audrey Rom Florida AwnIng; Co..432 a paneling mad t* order. Ph. 9130. esrene f.tor Mil.em ART PIECBron statue from BICYCLES: 2. regular slse. $2 98' Ore' -Stores. 692N. Robinson.
Flolando on Winter GardenRoad. Venet.a Bld Stands on meD'a ELECTRIC ToLD 4* Inch: ._ _ _
and Marie; specisllzlng all typespermanent O.rden Co. 1739 S. Kuh P.r E"pltl.a 19. Can be seen NottinghamAve. one new and cypress: framing
11 he.
In ud.
*; cold waves open Tuea, ACCOUNTING-Bookkeeping service. VENETIAN Bt.INI7S-.Wiodow 3 ..Sul.ble. 2-C898. Phone 6401. .valve hard sect grinder OASLINE ECI. 1H HoP C LUBEI. phone 2-1147 for Information -
Thurs. p.m. by appointment. ,_ Your office or oo. P..e Business MUSICAL ISTUM Repaired: in made and.h.de. or out doors 1" BREAD BOXES-White en.meL 52.95 ph. 4728. tOi.Aat.tc Air clP. or 118 Irvin St.

GENES BEu SHOPPEt Service. loheDd.rer. de Arcade. b. e.tm, .tl or wood blind ALUMINUM WARE-Light kettle weight; and up. Knox Stores Co.. 29 E. Westinghouse. '.our. .Y Kuhl..' plan. Wckof'. LAWN CHAIRS-Folding type. 83.95.
10-quart EECIC RNGE. -
specials BOOKKEEPING WANTED-Our service 2240.JTE Cornice boards sauce pans: eom Pine St. Phone Hd.
condition. Phone Orlando Furniture Co 141 and
pr.neD' wa.e. ln.th B..ati 2-316.
plete with lid. H. H. Parrlsh H.rd.r. bt
Reconditioning Includes all business reports. ful designs. 919 W. moe GALVANIZED WARS-Mop bc.e
.. 2-080C. CIS W. ,
.ap ROVAT-Ce.D Orl.ndo and
ue.tmel& Centr.l gIrl Also
204 8....I St.. 888._1 0. L. Hall. 210 W. CoioD Drive.Phone e. r 9S58 or 069' Wintr 22O 8. O.n"e. Phone 2-1841. BICYCBY' Information phone with wringer top: 'uh .r..e Churh '
hlth chlr..Por EAST perfect LUMBER framing fo
Park 845. eDdltl and sprinkllnc Comple
2-0881 all INE.
; or on no cans
. CHARLOTTE-KAY BEAUTY Salon. 722. .re..Pee eslm.te. Co. at Adams.WASHING. T. .. COt mor 2-89. .. eat I.undr cOt 6 Parrlsh Hardware. 220 S. Or.nce.Po. 20x24 bldlDa. He. ruff but.dr T7
ph. 4014. Invites you see them BUILDING repairing. Call us about pr. M.tr. BICYCLE MOTORS Whizzer. New E. Central J. E. One _ .
for beauty culture. Hilda Monck that new home. Prompt service.LIcensed 1128 W. St. MACHINE SERVICE-Official AI RIE. D.ly and Red Rider model 7Sf 2-1141 _ ____ Wbltk.r.
Vivian Margaret Whiddea. and bonded. J. W. MonUcomery. OFFICE MACHINES Maytag service; call and ; arrived. God stock on. dlpl.7. Complete ELECTRIC SLICING MACNEAu OAS RANGE. kitchen size. 4 burner LIVING ROOM 8UTTK-3-plece maple -
of bicycle
Mccor"wnc.., UPI.lr.. phone 20123. Our service gusra ,.REPAIE liver. Barton's Radio Service ( de" frey Hdw, 34 E. Jackson. Credit term arranged. .celre. tomatic .feed. Perfet ..odIIO.a..ble. top "with heat control: A-l : good Clt arms need refinishing -
George Stuart. 8. St. phone Colony Winter Park 93. rp.1 T.lephon. 2-125. condition. 715 4807. : Also fun
C 3. 0.1.0.
MARE BEAU SHOP New CONTRACT BUILDING of new 1 K.I T..trl. I department. Whixzer Kor S.I. ELECTRIC size baby bed .. drop
lo.toD. Specialising home and repairs to homes and 818. WELL DRILLING-We specialize In 602 N. Orange Ave. .REFIOETOR cubic GASOLINE ENGINE Clinton 1% sides. 810. Smith Riverside
T. P. small diameter ARTIST SUPPLIES-Textile sets and n. 8 59 L"e Str.. H-P air-cooled all purpose engines. Pal
In Waves and facials. Phone buildings of any Ind. S PAINTING Interior and exterior.Special deep wells. 2" 2. BULLDOZER Model 50. with blade Take old Apopka highway
24032. and 3". Can water color oil colors ELECTRIC RANGE table top model Florida PIpe* Supply Co. 630 W.Church &
39 E. prices all lut.U well and pumpon color .t I : left at
4341.RAY'S UTOPIA BEAUTY Baton. 80S Pl.rd.BUILDING. repairing. aDd painting: Fleace can 26921. toueh Karc F.RA. pl.. delre. Can or @..l canvas t Olddene.AUMATC and rake:-priced. c al Pb. 4 burner clot. oven: bl. new: St.. phone 611$. City Riverside go. "on. mie.ce"tan. second

E Walhlutn ph 9725: Easter all work guaranteed: phone 7$. PAINTING Interior and exterior; writ P. F. French. Ln..o Fla. KOHLRD 3.OOO BETS Portable I b.r..ID. Co. 733 house. u U.t 5 pjn..Dial 116. .
Phone 6. ) Brand ;: le St. GOVERNMENT SURPLUS Time
.1 BEAD AND STRINGING screen made and rp.lre plentyof w.tt( aener.tr. 125. Jugs. Smith ask for -
m.chlneles prm.nnt.. PE : bnded and n.. ) Ar CUght ber _Lu. ELECTRIC DRILLS Vi and -Inch: marches onl Only a .bo time left.Everything Bathroom
81.5 Jewelry and cnaran- m.ter.l Orange and I IBA CABINETS -
w.eh .p.lr 3 000 AC and 8550. Lox In
ap waves f 10 and up; all work teed. '.. Magruder Are.BATTERIES . Barnes. ...tt. D. also hand brace. H. H. Parrlsh ma be sld. Com JIC. built-in ironing boards:
N.rd 428 TILE in offer
ToM rust proof H.rd..r. 220 8. Orange. Phone and browse "nd. No r..bl. ., Smyth LumberCo.
PAINTING We recommend painters
: telephone
TIRES All colors low lb. .binet.
SERJNEK.hIe or rebuilt ear sixe.AND Have several- heavy large or small Jobs. : free etm.te; WELL deep DRILIGPmp. Im.ne. In Pee eltm.t.. Phone : ce 2.184. .rfus.:L. 1a1 lO per and .. N. Onn Railroad.
Arnold Paint .. .h.lo.eU. ELECTRIC RANGES-Thor Ironers f.l fl. .n.e
duty batteries suitable for U&htpl.nt St. 2-378. CABINETS Bathroom
or FHA .. at Fla. APPLIANCES-ImmedIate BEVERAGE and the many .Pfe 8aPC. KICJ
Jewel Ch.r Salon. 606 W. Ae New re-capped tires. 600x16 FAINTING-Brush or spray. No job dial 116. ask for -OCha. delnr.Eectrle ity; 17 CLfe r.p and 9 ft. or.ln.1 For fTel in de 4 211 Butt 8U built-in Ironing boards;
ca. .Ith
n. Tr. rellners aU .ll. T.r.PI. too .m.n Work n.rDt.e b, water vacuum minimum Large coln. shelf moel. Imme.tl telephone eablnet. Smyth LumberCo
de.n N.
h".tn. fOln. l.er.
good licensed Wlnt N. Railroad.
and u. Blossom.hone entr.ctr. St.Dey Ct. Thor home frzr. for food. steel and polished AVK GASOLINE: LANTERNS-American. 1and O.ne
Or.nl 2-393. fans radios electric ; aluminum throughout. Walter J. WII also Col man. Knox MoraTENERS-Super moistener with
WANT PICK-UP In 7564. PAINTING and decorating Inc. 61 E. Robinson E"OINE. .Une. dlbl.t. and 2-barer. envelop sealing a
QUICKC l.ena. WASHING MACHINE REPAIRSService matic electric Ion cox. Av*.' for Stores Co.. Pine. Phone 2-3113. brush. u.le
CLAY rock quick, service. House of ". Dle.1 enelne a.rl.ulara and pleasure, Office Supply
depnd.bl. Weltln.bous. .
Q.Ut, all all work Just Oln.
getting hard-to-get wCh & materials wor"meD m.t.a 2014 Gas ranges bottled or ctrr BABY STROU.ERS"Walk.ORide"with Indultr.1 Co.. 630 .W. Church Pipe GlENe.. a5nmenL Furniture 2300Edeewater Co.. 29 I Pne dia 8114. -Alex
.u..nt.d. 6118
A Wlnln.
sti' Work Oua.nt. Bumby .Stimp- : hour work. Ph Alo roof re- Kaley A.e.. heaters, bottled or cl, fortum.ce. folding handle. Bumby Hardware and Blake."
pairing.PUHUC .. bottled: oil he. D.OASL
,. WAT
In HAT. month
53. tn 103 W. Church. 30 jfWBKz-Servi.cycle
Household WELL us drill : 1
c-uipmenU your cabinet sinks 42 and
I.s CLEANING AND PRESSING Cash STENOGRAPHY and letter DRIGL' :4" a.I. e.eam e..ner old. 8120. Jerry at
BICYCLE Oe.rnl.e
.el Int.1l pump for Man's. Balloon new; they ENGINESWisconsin's. .B"
and carry will save you writing. Parker tr .he Store.jgj5p2y
easy with a Sentinel-Star money. pr.our clothes. Superior Bu.lne Bnl..U or te.toD Easy p.Yent Commercial appliances ru. ft. fine condition. Phone Winter last. AI Wiggins 2014 Kaley hp. in stock. Highway .
Brl. 214 Boone St. 2-128. nothing mont reach-in refrigerator water coolers, 77.R. phone un.ECIC equipment and Supply 1016 W. CA. flstar ,
TLUMBINO-West Cntrl Plumbing Belmany Well Drfln. Pump electric ranges electric bake ovens, BOAT-16' with trailer and 6 h< DRILL Church Tyler Fixture Co.; C"Dta
p. ti-lnch
\at Ad Start now enjoying CABINET AND MILLWORK to special .Heating Co.. 'D Day Supply. Winter Rd. 1 m electric water heaters.Walter outboard both new Alsorods inboard- .tD. StOASLE General Cooling Heating C.
order. Central Florida Lumber to.ihls. 2-2231: Night 7538. east of Orb Vista. Orlando .nd motr. be 8-Inch flhn. MANTELS-Cablnet windows
.1. aeon Sunday bench grinder; kIcker Table fr.me
washer you want. Phone and Nebraska. WASHING JCE REPAIRED J. Wllcox. Inc. 81 X. R.bla &21. Wlthlneton. $85. The Swap 8" W. Pine BOVEemal whiteenemel. and o.pl.1 .
tt CONCRITKWORK; driveways; IWP PAINT ESTIMATES-Color gnggegtlons. W* repair We carry an cox. Every house needs Westing' BATHTUBS carloads: 4V4. 5. *4ft S"p. mofn. Phone 4-ar.890 C.n now available short
walks floors stepping .tD": I Reliable painters rm parts. We refinish. All work guaran heu"e.- built-in Also I notice Mutual Millwork Co.. P 4127.
carload lavatories.
4161 today. censed Inde Southern Pr mended. Hatch. 6O01. At teed. Caldwell ft Harris Repair Serv tab. ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR ft4 GARDEN HOENoe lawnmow-
Co 1 for Lbb Freeman. '1 W. .rs: .. Smyth
7. 2-21 ice. 707 N. Mills; 2-117 Church 8t Lumber Co. 11. O.U..prnlen.R.Id [Continued On Next Pace


Presidential Succession were present succeed to Pres.term happen Truman this to him I du anything his Financial Hubs Phone Strike 1 111 States Ban

1res. Truman has suggested To Get
that the Speaker of the House

Poses Important Problem of Representatives instead of Threat Stressed Closed Shop
the Secret&of State should Strike NoticesNEW

If the President -

I, GEORGE GALLUP and Vice-President both
lAP A United ATLANTA [Tjpj A spokesmanfor I 'B-; A-te; Pre'I

[Director American Institute of Public Opinion] die Would you favor or oppose Financial Employes said yesterday Southern Federation of Telephone .- T in one fourth of the

PRINCETON, N. J.-With the. death of Franklin D. this chance?" 30-day notices of contract termination Workers said yesterday that States Lgiatu have outlaw the

IRoosevelt and the accession of Harry S. Truman to the The result among the informed would b sent t the New members in the Southern regionare vot t

Presidency, the order of succession beyond the group: York Stock. Curb and Cotton expected to vote overwhelmingly cow
vcepres Pet. exchanges in favor of a strike If the I B1 t ban the closed shop were

ident has become a question of pressing Favor Speaker of as the preliminary move union does not get a "satisfactory"contract approved this year by lawmakersin

Pres. Truman himself has recommended that a Favor Seretr Hous4 to a strike by 5.00 union memberswhich .1 this Spring. Carolina Texas. Tennes
Stte44 would
change be made in the order ofsuccession _. "paal" the fian-I i He added that strike ballots are Nor New Mexico
district's Dota
.. and hearings on the One of the of the cal big taken throughout the South s.Georgia and
the Vice-President. In the event I pcarte avid Keefe. union president, a
question are going forward in present the eat at present and that returns
there should be no Speaker of the announced the decision after a Previously, such measures
: Conres at the present time. Speaker of the House Joseph W. wjjl b tabuat and sent to na- wee
l House or if he failed to qualify conference with Emil Schism New adopted in Arizona. South Da-

Theay things now stand, at the time a vacancy occurred in I Mar.Jr..i a Republican. When York Stock Exchange president.We I I uio heaqua In kota. Nebraska Arkansas and
t should the President Washington .
first recommendedthe I Marh
r: the .Truman recom, expect the resulting strike Florida.
and the Peidenc. A number of the larger cities
change in succession the
the President will paralyze the industry.Keefe
Vice f pro I including Atlanta which AntHlosed shop proposals still
Presidentdie tempore of the Senate act the Speaker of the House was a said. b :
; die off t a crat. voting Monday have not rI' are pending in Connecticut Iowa44
Chief Executive until
t ficer the Secretary -::I : a duly qualified I I However the DmOI The threatened. strike is an ported the outcome of the strike K. Maine Me Oregon
," Speaker was elected by the ,
: of State -- i" ,0, House. eenUy reiterated outgrowth a dispute betweenthe vote. I Carli

; George C. The public has not thought I I dation restating the union and a Wall St brokerage I' "In areas that have "pred. Proposed bans o the

>. lon firm A. it!. Kidder and Co. the onion official said, closed shop were rejected or withdrawn
Marhlwoud and hard this which he based his recomI I
f. on problem. even I upon
I has been overwhelming: in favor in Colorado West
te Pi : Pres. recommend mendation-that the man be in Union spokesmen announced IOh
dent. t". tough Tma it of a strike. In some places the Virginia and .
l after he office by expression of the had voted 1.444 114
.f This line ofsuccession : e as- membr t vote ha been 100 to one for a A measure to legalize the
! the office of President and voters with three
sume cace contct I strike. shop has been introduced

i provided was by : passage in the House of a bill Voter in M. Truman's own exchages.Schram said after The union h prm tat no do 1 Nnac where the closed
i carrying out its provisions.In do not the confer
h b law fora
pry sppr strike
Coessional prop ence with Keefe union w b Apr bs bn bare )
fact of time fewer tate ,,1. negotiations
I this ,
numb Te
Te a are evenly split on the question: wanted me to pr3.re" on I Men"he.
itself than half of the voters know tbestructure going usually provides
the Kidder a
Marin This shown in the following Company effect a
makes no provision of thei Governmentwell tables: i settlement.is t II ahead hi most localities. The that nobody can be deprve of

beyond the Vice-Presidency, declaring enough say who would 1 union Is seeking unproved working employment because memb4shp

.- that Congress shall make become President if anything Dm Rep. conditions plus higher salaries. S or non-membership I uo

f such provisions. should befall Mr. Truman. Speaker of PrcntgeFavor the case with the younger fa management has offered a r I / a apUe t future

voters.The. In
newal of the present contract with some

Pres. Truman's recommendation And among the voters who can Ho. 38 44 vote b ace: groups: a clause for re-opening the wage ,- I I States it idut fo of a legislative -
f. is that other plan ofsuccession who will become President Favor te te
say 1 Seet AGE 50 & issue in six months. 'I I I-. act I amendment

b dniW"so that anything happens to Tn of ._ 46 4 30-49 Over I I to the ote a .

tbe office of would opinion Is closely No opinion 16
Suits of
f If porcelain enamel teakettle challenging the validity
.c be filled by an officer who hold whether. things should remain as Despite the fact that older p PrcentgeFvo your gathers a light scale or sediment -I BALDY WITH THE FRINGE ON TOP The Midwest Beau)I such amendments- been filed

f his position as a result they are or should follow the Truman ple are supposed to resist of alone the bottom and sides, ,. Show, in Chicago, reports that more business men are In Nebraska and Arizona labor

r expression of the will" of the prp. proposals for change in the established Ho. 30 40 50 I to remove one quart of water izing .notio's 125,000 beauty shops than ever before. Notuncommon organizations.The b

. voters I tbi tuntl. Ittut polled sentiment order, it is the older to which bi been added a teaspoonful '

, .Specif te recommendation -I nation by asking people in the present poll who Fvor of of ha soda and allow the I they say, ore scenes like this, where beaut Agua. a

-. make the Speaker those who could be considered I' throw more of their weight b SEt___ 55 45 3GIloopinloniS I solution to remain in the kettle I I tor Billy Owens puts a curl in the fringe around ora-II l toad, grows St A

. o the House next j line alter "Informed" [could tell who would hind the Truman proposal, 15 1 for a few minutes. I I.- tomer's polished pate. inches long.t b a mu a ehl

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I ICont, from Preceding Pace 33: Articles for Sale"LANER 33,j Articles for Sale 37. Fertilizers and Soils Poultry and Supplies I 47. Rooms for Rent 51. Houses for Sale 51. Houses far Sale
I j
'uithag tnttntttzORLMDO. !

33. Articles > AND S WMPlet VENETIAN BTe. days de- COLD SMOKE-An application now 14. -OOc IB. 2 Ibs. and up at SOc HILLSIDE .: room for ADAIR PAP.X-520 CITY LIMITS tNear-2 ,I

lo Sal with 2-power L Bed.n. U"e. alnmiaum: will tiv your plant .bb and 2 .a. Ca.t Ia I ..ta B.N.hOm.; Inner- I bungalow Grl St 3r home. Nice b FLORIDA
145 West Howry. DeLand. B: : Manufactured In our own ..r.that lift they t help P"at arD pn MARCH
MOPS-Good selection vet and dry 782. 1 modern factory. Cash or terms as Into ne 19' Irl. tl. lurlbd Including furniture machine \ 16,1947 PACE 131A1

Phone mop*. Knox Store Co.. 29 1.. P I low as $5 per 10sth Free nu.t. thm Cl smoke .1 do I ae.cadlUo.eae..ld Reds. cC Red-X., $5 95 HGH CUT 315: room I sewlnt washing machine Nice ,1..eum and and rfner.tor garage and.. I
rooms. C.
2.31& ZARQAXNS ( Co better. 6314. Rt. before l.a.dI tr.
RIO lb a R.dbI B1d lo I 10 I[ Super GE ls 51.
METAL BED-Simmons, singleoil h.I case>. HIM. 1.. phone Heavy mixed $4 95 per 100. a m.LAWSONA. : Dla. relr..rtr. Magic Realtor. 10 .1 Houses for Salt
sprints. Innersprtnc (45. auto radio. $ POULTRY "AN$15 a ton: at Minorca Broilers $2 95 per 100. Let- pal shade. 2-1441.
.. m.tt RCA 4.1 it.lGtub the phone horn Cockerels $1.95 per 1OO. Ship KINNISON DRIVI-1o7; Large airy Fruit trees. Owner must $4500 DELANEY PARK-la the heart of
r"ch..e. Ilua1 rnWa F.r
: B
Bow.pr1. $4O. Overstuffed .fo others. Pnblix V" e.t buit M.t 5927. C.O.D. London Poultry, Box 1844. room. $10 per wk. P11. 9353. 1 cash nur balance 10 CANNON M ROAD- -. of '' this superb mellon w* have en*

; 12.11. A1 Washlnttonphone 7-dal delivery. Trenton 7. N. 3.SJDPT. __ I Opl house good lan. house. 3 rooms of the few modern homes under $13.-
ottm.n! (2S 1014 W. 11 X. Wo1d.I, PEAT-Delivered any amount. Also ____ BLV. 16 N.-Room la .or. ta rooms and bath j.ntcool l ,
MOVIE H.nad S'. 6792. .". Blinds .. aD ItH top soil: fill dirt. Writ H. A.Bray. today for free in private hO.. bus Hue. Telephone aftl Owner .ae OOO. A just completed masonry 2-
CAMERA-I) En.to. within 75 miles GrlDo. KU.te P O. Box acre 5468. "I' Jetnlt. ton I |bedroom horn desitncd for gracious
2.7 focuslci cot lu. o RUB STAMPS for any purpose; without obligation. V.ltl. County. 102 Lkh.r 14Ibol. blood tested chicks. Rlbbl' ST, 1420 Colonial north. $1650 -. Lane with iHerman with a minimum uekeep. SUC-X).

filters wide ...I l. ... .1 2-ar d"II.I. Rotary time .t Blind Mfc.. 1739 I. Kuhl; (16) 33R1. Dept. 15. 215 RlblaH.th'I. *I! LUCERNE CIRCLE. 2O4-Single room. ASH hardwood G.1 I.. Brok.r 677 8270O cash balance at $5O a month.Call

ro at turn. < "aa. for .1> dat .ta. &d automatic d.tn 38. Plants. Flowers and Seed Ga. foF lake view monthly rate. $4O. b.th bro.. cedar _fr. C.f.r.Dbe -N. dia II. Jo DanniU with Ross Kay Anderson.

X. South. Oflc. Supply Co- V AC CNT.ni Bo.1 Atl.ta. I and bath. terms. 5501.:;[ (COLONIALTOWW Broker 423 S. Orange ph.
VAWbdrm. 10.00 O.le. SECT1O! -Vacant !
TJ- Kantwet; for cribs. Blake.Pins "St. $It Alex and IPrbt moeU.ll .t. ANA- p.tunla; corn no..r 45. Apartments for Rent 2nd slntle. $15 completely fr. corner lot on I 2-44O6 or eveomt 6284.DXLAKEY .

$ at YouUt Center. V.I and many double. SwImmIng privllefes. Phone 2 paved acreenedtnfront ST. SECTION New 2bedroom -
lae, 61 E. RobInson I -
North Walter J. 5801. APOPKA-New. S-room: priced Itt. Lr.
Orange AT* URAL MAIL Wlrx E. APT.-24x24 unfurnished. On 1 I for eonerete block hem
of WestlntOOUBg. WI' 141 I
quick Lester 1"
MOTORCYCLE 1942. .Iu.lnu. H .BDtnd.r A"." -o AZALEAS cut flowers artistic table room apt furnished except for MONTANA AVI. 1218 RQ for 7th 8t. .al .. Whitchcad. I-' dining room combination-o Hardwood floors paved trt. imcnediat -
400. Bath tub. 1 fc ; *2O 9. Or.. we wire Is nensan utensils. Webers rent with kitchen i i kitchen breakfast room. possession: 89.OOO. Cute MKensi ->
'Pikts. 10 20; nails. $. 7 1-t. = EFRIGERATOR Pbon.1141.-.Ice. capacity 73 VACUUM CLEANERS-.On* Apex $10. Ktta.er'd..tt. 0. E. Central:a.yhr Corner 8. Orange Blossom Trail. dIe..e couple. M BEVZRLY SHORES-One- of the ex- 11 I linen closets. 2 bedrooms .h.l I *. Broker. 12 *. Main- i-4775.

h- fialls. nils perth of .Ibs; whits. one Premier $20. Both In good con 13. : modern cov.alnee. $80 MT. VERNON A\tf elusive residential acUo. of OrI I tm sleeping! pr. plenty closet.l.d'I' 'DUBSDREAD SECTION No city
U Ave. old Apopka, b F.Iab.D'A 1813 EaV .ne lat l. dition. Mrs. Gertrud Johnson. Wlm- Bt- Wht. and daffodil told a varieties> aarcla-, .r mo.th Gas and doable: hot water; .a.115Mo.r bl I lando. a ..u1fu ..d "comfortable |I' :Price $ 1th terms. taxes. 2-bedroom furnished house

TBSHOlA.crome: .nua. d.ree. riant tulips Il .; 25% ..tr. .l.t'c refrigerator.Aoultx and grill: Phone ''5.ORNGIVi92 3-b.drool 2.t bungalow. We a good buy at
ablnt.ael.nt CDoD ". 30". 32". closing out du.t Dt. Palms Tourist N. Room. InI I "Mllr] i phone 2-1710.__ fireplace. 2 lane porches. f>or laid
1br J __ lt Wnkof' Rd. Home. 010 Hwy. 1'18.5 For Inspection see P. I
Co.. 12 BL. of
Orange G. ho
N. and Railroad. & aluminum 2524 KnhL : entrance Co. 151 $14 WEST Completely :for extra lane room la rear .u e.
3' Bnu *
MOTOR STI. with ADIO3-The with famous a wave O- L slat blinds; 81.ldt. at the factory. TREES pecans all fruit AARTEN-Tr.l.r type: furnish ; gentleman prf.re.In.t. Ph BZVERLY R..I SHORES Three A. I Imasonry : bungalow, lane I I Porte cot here. Only $5490 oar.. v
battery .c COS 0.4 telephone bedroom Occupancy April 1st. A. C O -a.Broker.
side car. 1331 prbl rhn.bl dial 8059. Orlando fare bfor.Uon [ "h4.I livtnt porch.
G CUa 11. 1739 8. Kah A. tre. for section. bungalow: J .
standard reom.ade Ul stove j I Ikitehea. 1121 N. Orlando Ave. tNtar
E. 811.5 Manufacturing .Ierl
Ksley broadcast $ Or- .B1d Mills to Nursery. PRINCETON AVX. 922 W.: bedroom. and !livint room room modern '; underpass Winter Park. Open SJK.DUBSDR&AD .
MATTREPPE8L.Innerpring. $34.90. indo Appliance. 1.c 9.1. N. Special ship CACTUS-Sew shipment; all your APT.-unfurnished. S rom ...db.t. Private entrance and bath. Near I'I'Ut I heater;.te .h..te tile drul.tn. ;,I ; h.1 .IU clrculatinc oil furjnave. .
VENETIAN Turn end SECTION-New 2oedroora -
J j til* and shower. 2bedrooms
*18 SO sad up. Moor Furni rante. Phone 4537.RGEATOR floral needs. PtttJ Jo's Osr- rht bus and shoppint.I bunts : with tUI I j
F.lt blinds '
ment. Steel stork Cal <. thou.but .a.n house enclosed screen .1;
r.l"e. 8. Lake i each with | : po
23OO Dr. la e.tl i I ity Seethis i cket. Show
Ed.e..tr to 42x60. dens. 2319 N. Phone 2- PRINCETON AVE 1341 rom .dde at the
-' sizes WNt r by paved street. See this house. Only
2811 Drive. Ed Casper home. appointment only: on
MANILA ROFX AU .best .ua G. 6f 'I Venetian B1d 919 1727. '- cottage. Ao rom room: private 'Dtr.nc dosed Drlc $13.0. Harlow 1st. Price S 10.5OO with .C.I'. AP S6S3O. terms. A. C. Gold-a. Broker.
it,. H. H. Parrish .. & E' pr. 669 Prefer tlrL Kitchenprivileses Ferick. 11$ N. Dial $188. t.r.
Colonial ; land h.. .orkl. 1121 N. Orlando Ave., Near uu.er-
H.rd..re: Orldo .55 Creba. 507 BuUdlnt
B. Dr" Ceta CAME .ae. pl. CLOSE IN-Oarage : bus line. Phone 305$. to live m Orlando.- R.hor. M.tea ;
Oranse. Phone 2181. R&OLVJmt. W"I MAP a..e WI.tr $45. aap .brbbI plants. 2 rooms and ..1.rm.nt. .. O I I I. lr.t 4I i phone 2nI0.CLGEPARKMor. _ peml. Winter Park. Open Sunday.DUPLXX .

MaNDRI. LOOAGE eulnl, at l. brrl holster and VENETIAN BLINDS_:At last Pe'Ja Nunr. 1. Princeton $15 per week. WorkIng couple pre PRINCETON AVE-727.W.n. doable I -4 room and beta each

Ho.n'. W.1 Cbacb Strt 2 boxes of New. Can b enclosed bead blinds at new reduced f.rrd. Call after 1 P m, 2-74. board.room: or win and BEAUTIFUL LANCASTER PARKA I 2-bro. aid: house. 7 room and 2 baths _
4th house from Lad-
seen after 6-p.m. Mr. W. M. DEUSCIO3A $. 0- busstop. 1 renonable. Box 435 S-8tar.
for Home-News prices flexible or mid "ONT scaped tot. Attached
MOVI tb alum I
.dnntu. travel mC. 711 M. Orange AT*., Parker Trailer num 3 colors. Allow 4 .HdNEY bedrooms screened porch Lr. la. PAL DRIVE71. Lovely room truly lovely home In ..ple.nd.p.nI occupied Price 100.a.r.Crne DELANEY SECTION-Famished. 2
cl. .
Bo..tad' e..r. Shop d.H"'I for these quality blinds-with I ; phone 2-3974 b.aUt.1 P".t. b.t. condition. Nicely furnished. Quick Realty. 392 N. O.an .i.1 2-2"1. bedroom modem bungalow. JUec-
; REFRIGERATOR- Blinds. B..utlufrDh.d .Ialle d011 I trie stove refrigerator, water heater
2-115. o..ra Eet .llful ltatloa C.rl. 2 stories. 4 2- COLONIALTOWN this !
MOTOR SCOOTER 1946 trailer else; cedar ct Ed..tr D" 01.1 15.WAT 2-354. PINE ST, 508 -Cbs.* in. Ber. Jo.. lot brom.. It of hones we ..hlr washiat machine and cabinet model
C.. -1201 29th Street out at ho mn"r
f I A-l condition. 1838 antique lamp: ladles bu. slrcen ring: HEATER New 2G Limited For further information 'elephoe I pay you over at I radio circulating oil heater, aims
C.rl. St Rem OVTO Holden No hot water; also 1.1 10"l t-r.1..1.
luncheon cloth and Belht faa. Attached tarsia. Paved street.Pric .
1kl .I"er liquid Va- Realtor conveniently '
MOTORS-Cushaian. a and 4 b p. Rd.CH pr P.l 9347.EKN 23.50. tr.Aer \aora
.a .
are: other items. lencias. Parson Browns. oa 1500 Delaney. sad Allen Real $6OOO; $22OO cash assume
Bnmby Company. 102 PI.a. 2-51. H.m RJ- cr. C.ltra.ld 1. 2-18 1.5. ..
Had.a B.ANOZ-4.arge. Roper $25; love seat. MACHINE Apartment lemon root. In lots of mor. I JEFFERSON ST. 1509 One-room private home D tor. 8612. mortsat for balance. See this im

Wet Cbarh. old style; new upholstery $2.Wardrob WASHG. good condition. For further Coeus Plumoaas palms la lots efficiency apartment; electric refrigerator t.. $1$ After 3 p m.'t .1 use In Homes.. .pel.n mediately. It's ontstaadlnt. Sammi
METAL TABLES-17x24. drawer and hot H block bus. FrancUco. Reali r. Room 4 Central
walnut. $15. Bed. or more. Dr. P. Phillips .te. ;
and two .ln.$...5.. a br.ln 1521 Piaecrest prn.. Information telephone 2-1658. Inc. P. O. Box 3753. Phone 10". Adults. SOUTH S212. Double room prl BEVERLY. SHORES quality CONCORD 1635 X Vacant ..a- Arcade. 7407.DUBSDREAD.
Orlando Co, 141 m.tr.. WAX-Johnson's Old English p..t KI3SIMMEK vate entr.nc. Near bus. 1 a quality location. There are : atshed an oak floors large fr.t
W. lta aD RI' Sporte/ : Furnished 3-room home. bedrooms with 2 screened-ln porch cement floor. SECTION bedrooms.furnished.
Cut. balt.tk liquid tie b.t-
Curh w.w al al-lal. semi-priTst bath. Electricity and including new kitchea
Weaver Lots of closet Int room with large and
OIL. CIRCULATING BEATER, ..U.r.1 30 rounds p. laclnC. .of pllbe with cooking Permanent WASHINGTON ST 41. E.-Sintl* roma lot. Many desirable cnUtlne oU heater fl.pl.. equipment: new roof: sew paint. Immediate
odlton 15 leude or Knox Store I 1.cude. room: $7. Hot excellent Lnel room U"-I
l prh. Bor. children. ; possession. $5500. terms.
.attch..t. .cmplt a : N. Main.tANGE .. PANSY PLANTS-919 Cathcart I mlddle..d for gentleman uresExcellent tnAtrcton era klt.n with gas rante. hot
10t 32-1 2-.1. 21 PD. 231.WA per moalh. Inquire 21 E. ; 2-30. sen. ter pantry. $19OO cash balance monthly. Mr.
RADIOS-Phlleo. RCA and O. E. 14 t. W.lte I.I. WU
4x$ H.l
BOARD-30 sheets. St.. Klnimmee. WANT GENTLEMAN to share room Nones with Herman Goodwin. Inc.
OROAN-.Plpn. reed or electric; Club. P.rl N Orange Ave. floor and shower
Studio H.. Cur. C. W. .consoles portable and and tbl Doe1. Wlllard as wella on one side. Ph. "1te 39. Livestock and Supple OSCEOI.A-.4l38. Apt. B. ModernS with. m*; have t.1 beds.; telephone 3356 N. Oranee Oni. .or oU.c extra lane bedrooms gas..a.lh Broker. 677 N. Orange: dial 9855.
608 Sunday 9 1 P-m 22993.WOODWARD
Kimball Or.DI Co 161 West A Reiser.-Vorue Theater Block. Co- Pat t .:, room furnished with ..r..e. CLOSE IN-East side. Furnished complete I closets taraee with extra DUPLEX-Furnished. S rooms and
Palm B.ch.OUA. dial 5136. t p.m.I COWS-Hav- 2 nice young fresh Pr.n.astl couple. 65. Hours AVE 618-Room with : banealow: posses- work room chtckm house fine bath each unit 3-room cottas
MOTOR- W,1947. Inl.ltw I WRItGLE1-lOveIi. hand wrinter. cows calves one week old. O. 4. private .ntrne. Hot and cold slen l-bdrD Realty borhood Price $$.950 with l".1 furnished. $1640 annual Income.
; steel. 4- -Hotel. Oil burner; heavy $8.75. Knox Stores Co. 29 X. Jersey and One Guen.r. T. B. .d water; .. : 2 bus lines to.r. Ropr 2-3"3. Frank Creba.Realtor.. Price $12.950. Ann Goodwia with
Johl fD. cbln.t duty. P. O. Box 2947. or phone Phone 2-3163. W. SUBURBAN-Duplex .1.r..t: C COIONIALTOWN S Herman Goodwin. .
with Service. Pine. i iWHEAWSWo Bang t..ed. $175 18. 1404 prefer gentleman.18TH "oer s Bu'.ldln;: phone Inc. Broker. $77
dr.e. 15.Aoo 395. bedroom new. adly mo.r I bungalow. Paved 2-110. N. ..
and .. phone .trt Orange Av* dial 9855. .
St.tln Maltland.OU .Ide i 111. comll.t.lr and ; Ia STRRET. '7 W.-.Room withor White Bros N. COLLEGE PARK-Prewar better type
BOARD Supreme IADIOS-Crosley and P. Conrole m.tl E.ow i GUERNSEY COW with ten week old atlite. Ka-Lu Apts. phLontwood without m..I home of young 2-1688. Brol.n "W I frame buncalow. 2 bedrooms fireplace I EAST SIDE-Lak* front with boat

.OORP.t.. Firestene. Crp. and t.bl AI por-W. Co.. 29 X. Pine. Phone 2-31&I heie call See 2419 South Shin __._ couple: private ; 1 or 2 refined In living room. oU floor furnace. hous 5-room fram with Ian

Orange and 159.1.. Church. H.rd.ar WASH BASINS -. Aluminum; dish i FOR-RENT-SmaU wellfurnishedapartsssxt ladies: call 9514. COLONIAL SECTION Buntalow.furnished. 2 porches. Citrus and many nice screened porch; 50x20O tot. $8.4OO
drainers. H. H. Parrlsh Hardware. HORSE-Rave nice work horse. in available 31ST St.1305--Two 2 brom&: lots of cxi I classing.. $1O.SOO. T. K. Hastlnss.Realtor. L. caaa.. Weir Systcab 6M E, Fine
MOTOR 10 comfortablerooms .
teas paved to I
OOA boat and h.l. John 1201 ROOF CATIG5. aaUO is 220 B. Orante. Phone 2-1841. i Works gentle anywhere. G saddler October 1st to w.t.r P.rl Snlt- adjoining bath$8 per week.100ft.frombus $3.000 cash. Harry Redu..d.. I Rm. 6 C..trl Arcade; 431. I 4641.

trae. 8tr. C and Any one I .JU : pets. 11.0 WIST Yea should in- EAST AND SOUTH SIDE-2 new
Oakley Bt. Orlando, P. 2. E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. WHARWsed.DP with .It. C.I b..dl. eble for conple. N* id'OrBw lne. C.1 2201.UGHTHOUSEIEING in Colonlaltown. opposite CNCR -
OVERHEAD rmo".ble ad.L .. I 1404 vV. St.. phone 8818.ETHFER 423 8-Star. Voeue Theater. 8253.COLLEGE j thl attractive furnishedbunralow. home Just completed. 6 rooms. 3
GAGE DRum PHONOGRAPH automatic I ROMS reduced bedrooms. East on*, partly fur-
RIO 102 West Street. I 2-year-old. JerseyGuernsey.Dial .
.. to eoupis only; .Iep.n. PARK-Nice I I .tl Apr
ban 1br table 317 FOMSPrDI.d pre..r 2 ai&bed. Pram South
Orange_ and Railroad. rord. d.n.r. mo.1 WRIST WATCH-Man's H.mlt.: 116. ask for County 35-R-3._ .1.pn. rm. 123 W. 18t adtolnlnt bath: near bus: prefer busi home. Lot 75x15O Owe m to 1985. Call O'.r-M construction.
bro. Phone one Tile construction oa nice corner -
X. -
Af. Wltr Pak. ,' '' JERSEY COW Third calf. Fine. O'I men but will take business or completely R.lton. P. 2-2310
dl.h. .
OFFICE EQUIPMENT-For Se P..ta Ld c .0 location. See these for nice hornet
Imel RDIGpblt.b table model. .. family W. X. 44th References. Phone 2-0639; after nished $ Hinton Realtor. COLLEGE PARK-3 Bedroom ; "a
at. delivery-typewriters br.c.lt or Ken. St.M West of city car 12.0. and aU late Improvements., Priced
da. llt
1422 W. 5-30 and
tablet and cba. 10rld. BusinessEquipment Yale A.... phone eond.tlo. 515 Road. .xp.n'I''I' Street. _ _ Babies ..lcm.. Dial P m.ROM 7632. ed 1. tlassed-in Bit livint porch room hsrd- I reasonable present price 612-5OO
dial 10. also old. good 116: ask for 1919-M-l; double. Private family. I COLLEGE PARK A homeof pnh. Co.
C 31 Ora. IEFRIGERATOR sealedunit. WS-HAutm.U. MRE.ddl.: 4 ,, momlDI.APTfurlbed. ., and laundry privileges very lovely .. cleat Owner wants each: good terms lam Johnson
6454. Ma.tc top large with 2-bedrooms and sleeping I 208 S. Male.ARTSIDEHsve
eo. condlUo.8 prh Immediate possession. Jones
Run. looks make Immediate delivery. Orlando ; : mo.r bus line. 18 N. Fern Creek.
Can ,
11. at 5 St. Cloud.RBBIBr frame All
ca.trcton. n.I Moss 13th Broker. 132 8. 5 homes of 2 bedrooms
OAK lRG0 ft No.1' 148: N. Ave.. Whiter pint. cokl. r.frlcr.ton. with M. J.
IL at nlr..double (.- P.rl. dial Sales &Snlc.. 608 N OranteTO I do.. $ .5 to $7 l.undI b.eh fshl'. Prefer SLEEPING ROOM-Upstairs. 1.5 shed. 8. See. .Wh.1 Main phone 6977.___ each: 865OO.J6OOO. $5700.9550O. .
.. week for with Harold
r. 9x8 at triple carase 2159.WALAPERTrmJ. litters. to 510.Dent no pt. Lt residence couple. Orange er Co $4950. Check with H. A. Jones.
ft eeb. .lh COLLEGE PARK 2-bedroom. frame
.CCS Ph. -
9197-J. Winter W. 2d 12 Trailer Park. 9363. 2O E St. Phone 5124
wide hlch. $12 P.rk R..d-Pat: expect A.e. Wlnd.r.r. W..hl.tol 2121 Coaway Road ph. $744.XAST .
don pe at pdl..t tb.s bun'alow oa lOO-foet nicely landscaped
Crl St. 1 block .o ll.tlon. prices. Moving herd. miles W. Orlando. Dr'fe. Box WORKING ctipL. or single wom COLLEGE PARK-Furni&hed complete lot with 12 citrus tree Hens =Furnished. Cant beat tood
RUGS 2 broadloom approximately Orante. Phone Rabbitry. Old Apopka 432 S-Star. 2-bedroom bungalow: .
-184. on an. phone :
I .r
TulF"a Br.U.t prl"I. Is modern and has double garage: 2-story frame bom*. 2 bath Ian
OIL CANS-Flve-tallon capacity taanized. .1- 9x1 and 10x10 with P.d. Excellent WATER PICHJAlumllu. at HI. *. mile west of 441 inter EFFCIC APARTMENT Fur 7596: .r4p._ ,_ f"e. os l Roper Realty. } bus at door. Price $6-5OO. furnished.Jamerson room and living porch. 815.OOO.Claybautb. .

Bumby Hardware. 102 W. cldUon$200. for Dial only Fu. Co. section. .. included. $20 week. LARGE.CERF and CITY l.1MITS-2-bedroom frame bUl and Carter. Realtors. TOE. Realtor. Metcalf Bldt.EDGEWATER .

ore). Street. 2-1M. _ 141 and 615 W. CbuJch. I IWALApELta Couple. Orange Blossom Trailer klth.l.t. .Itb ROM bath ..101 completely reconditioned. Central. Phone A. T. Buster SECTION Lovely 2-

UL CANS-1. 2 and S-taUon capacity ROOFING OAVAI T crimp in d.ahr. Just i .4C. Pet Stock and Supplies I.rl: 136.SMAL .ntr.ace on Old ApopkaHlshwe Near bus and stores. 875 only C*rter. 8511.COLLEGE ._ story horns ot holtow-tll constraottoa. -

; fo oil or tas. H. H. Fairish. 2$ and Hlo.averse and .ro APARNIN- For ,. 4 miles from Orlando. Bus I $2700 cash balance 540 pr Ir.pt a bedrooms lit baths. 2-car
220 .. Oracle. Phone at $7 $7 per square for 29 taut &Ye our stock. Orlando I AIRXDALE-Registered female. 18 det.ll e.u Wlam dial passes door. *s mile from Post Office George Painter with A'hr PARK-We better this t. tarate. Beautiful hardwood floor

F.rd..r.2-114. and $8.32 per square for 28 taute. p.pr.d Wallpaper. Co. 36 X. Jackson; i months old. puppies 2 months old. '81. churches and stores. Inquire I Realtor. 70 1._Central;_ _20756.COLONIALTOWN be about the lowest priced of prewar throushont. Price $12.5OO. f.rnlalied.Geo. .
Par immediate delivery and John Allsl. Phone 350 Red. Leesbun.Fla. BauerLockhart..
1946 alp 23317.WINDQWS.Prsme.. I Ap. Hish- SECTION-Prewar. construction. It has flee rooms H. Klttredte. Realtor. 2-3176.
OUAR MOTOR-ilk. new. tent. Write, phone or call 9,. Rt. I.BTN way next to Dixie .
46. Houses for Rent 2 block construction oak floors reatral heat and laundry
I .romA. Nk. ESTHER ST. 34 W. 5-room tadbath.
hou jonal Steel Atlanta cablDet m.t -
Johl. b.l. 3 120. Co. 1601
P.u TERRIER 9 months old: located. tubs tn tarat In excellent
1947 and other Wel 10.0. Buntatow. Furnished
rondltkn. or aafurnished. -
Going R..e. 870 A. 7912 or 8109. Writ tl.. on .p.l. mI.ork' .1. p.d\ref. $35. Ph. 2-28. Al.TAMONTZ PPRINOP-954 Melt- 47-1. Rental Agencies $11 OOO. cc-ndltlon. Priced at $8 950 for immediate By owner.

10rh 1. Pa P. O.Box 3351. Orlando. Fla.IOWBOTAT 10. .I.bl MI.orl Co. Ph. 4127 27 lt._ _ land Ave.; nicely furnished 4-bed- this ".Iu. NintOn.iuiieTriplex.. R. ". 7632. sale. McNutt-Heasiey.' Real
G.rd.l. Excellent condition. Mu.a 1 male. room home: all electric. ; LANDLORDS will supply you furnished; tors. 15 W. Washington St. Phone EAST SIDE- -room bunsalow. nicely
PLYWOOD' for cabinets and sheetlnt. BASKETS-Variety of sixes BI year .er.ne de W.1 famished- Corner tot. of
DSPoilt.rl. 5106. plenty
Highway hallway between
porch furnace hut: years sirsble free of charge
1-1 Can bebought a.d and :
t".I electric
BBS 28ih H- H. bet
Prompt and free deUTtrr. H.r- fruit. $7500. terms. Psrrtsh Real Ea-
tudto.anford. at Maltland/ Art .. .0 220 .. Or.... P.r 2-141. separately, by p.1 or a Box l I COLLEGE PARK-2 bedroom new obligation.. phone us your vacancy. Fl".t. entY.De each .p.r.nt tate. 34 X Pine: 2-1646.
Itret 307 home; newly furnished: bath- Veern. R..I EI.t Agency. I 3-car es-see. CLOSE IN-I03 Kennisoa Drive easy
PORTABLE TYPEWRITER-Corona: WATER HEATER-New oil automatic 8a.BARDING tie 29 8. Ph. .tlc ". EAST SIDE-Unfinished house which
UGS- In fibre most sixes and colors I room with andbreeleway. Cour 2..81. Variety Income $2I walking distance t* town Recently
.ho.e .f
prte. $65. 8m. Hotel. C F. ; new shipment of 1101eum Cost $175. making .It.r.ten.meet -. CKE SPAE.. $150 per month. six WE WI HELP you fnl a rental 000. $5950 cash. Hlatn Realtor. redecorated 2-bedroom. modern buntalow. is livable and furnished: on 2 lots

Warner. Ca Mt..1:and L00 P. wool ruts and Broadom'aen' dIspose. 8 and ofe. 1405 Stud '. month. In .d..a. rent rb.. for service Veterans 7632 built In 1941. Hardwood noon.c.Dral 82.75O. Harry Heath. Broker iaCcloalaltowa.
service Ch. .1
oa Winter Park. 0. Belgrade 13. SOB and Int. Ch. .Bnb. BC.I ,.ar. Box 444 R.a Estate ,. 8. Court. heat lovely screened SUB opposite Vogue Thea-
WATER well and Irritation Ewc.l.n pOrch. attached double ... ter. 8253.
PRESTO LOOS-Ideal for fireplace; RADIOS for the Home-$27.95 and .uple cy brother. Featherstocklnt RALlY SCHOOL .r. Large
camp-stores; outdoor trill Smyth Budget pipe pamp.engines. Pp City. KeDne1 rent 2-bedroom SEON-W1 48-1. Beach Rentals COlONIAL AVX.-Listed with as exclusively. corner lot nicely landscaped. Owner EAST SIDE. Convenient t* every-
LI.br Co.. N. Orange and Railroad.'HOMOGRAPH lP Pan. Orange Pla A .. &W. Church; 811. Or.na from 5 f.rlb. adults leaving must sell immediately rea- thlnt; schools stores bus. Oa nlc
trl Red. Apr t Ot .
.ltl, WINDOWS AH cypress standard COK SPANIEuIPI.. only; Qu.ll.to. WE HAVE a few room available fo sonab'e offer entertained. Jamerson corner tot. a lovely new 6-rom masonry
.utom.te i and Carter. Realtors 70 K.
sixes la stock any style or size L.- In letter. Box 426 and house home. Beautiful tile bath tile
'table frame apartment
a1.t hog Fla must sacrifice at $20 8ta.LKE F.br.I M.rch Amea. We offer a Phone A. T.
moe mad to order. window and i idor Carter 9516. window sills. 2- First 27th St. __ on of five the
$40 t.l,I. 51. RUGS linoleum: Avdoyan. A1 $25" Harry Lee. Next SemlnoleCountry FRONT : Plan oa. B.th. .It fur.lh.. Inom.
B.delt wo service on allrders. t bu..lo. Compl.tl7 Call at COLONIALTOWN-3 bedroom fras.ebungalow terms. Jamefaoa and Carter. Realton. -
aH Ir.m. Is
PAI BRUSHES aU -From ,10 Lumber up; 2S1 Ede..tr D. 1-11. 1120 nth St. Phone 9732. I Cub. Sanford. furllb.1 "oen CI L.flblnc.Cooa Be.c Florida. Oa fot.11 pr street.onth.to A..n r.t.d. 5. located on nice corner 70 K. CentraL Phone A. 'T.

N. alaUn.Rathpad.LTfeTIC ALL PURPOSE GARDEN TOOLS-A CE SANm. t Illness 2-294. laor.Uo. over telephone. Broker 10SOUth frontage. Paved street Carter.5l16._ \ .
.d STAMPS Better old LAKE KILLARNEY Efficiency. Electric -
O. attractive neighborhood. Quirk
St.mlLQuk selection of including 49 Business Rentals oecnixner. JJVAfia AVX 21 E.-By owner. Bar-
SCREEN-AU sixes: 20* Service .for every Pn. .o. tU black female. Can 2-3O92. refrigerator.' Utilities furnished IYtdH.n Exclusive with HackelO'Neal. tata. 2-bedroom frame bungalow:
reduced price. Smith lumber Co. i Orlando Rubber a..p .ao..I. bub hk.postiol I CHIHUAHUAS Registered quality Bus. 349 Winter 112 N.Orange Realtors 11$ X. Robinson
B"ppll. .J8IA" BUILDING for Ideal body Bros Ateney. R..ltn sleeping porch. Newly painted and _
N. Orange and Railroad.'LAY Worl. W. Church at 8. Orante.lEFRIGERATOR r."d..r.h..d plo.Plcb, .f.rl. .h.elb-. puppies: ".rlo. colors: stud service Park. ph. and paint rent aat heart Ave. TeL 18. 'l dial 23753.COLONIAL. decorated. $5300. Part cash balance

GROUND EQUP.ET. .t.a -12- foot; _lers, pruning shears and saws. ; also young matrons due b sea LAKE CTAGE rooms bath. of Orlando business ditrct I monthly.
ard and cutm lall 1. .ppo s.1 cash retlster. 1 pound cp Lively Lads .d.er.leaf r.te.icrtither son. 1809 E. Garvin Ave. I fishing andsunbaUuntT body and paint GARDENS-Aa attractive EDGXWATER MANOR-Jat Berth.

priate cit jars: small .. .ed.. : COCKER SPANIEL PUPS 8 weeks i For quiet people. Gas S-Star. -. COLLEGE PARK- 3 b-drooss bungalow ia this beautiful subdivis Recently constructed. S-bodroom.

Kplay. 8utb.r Metal Fabrieatint. Mr I., juice press..Sunray Prod- Sn.t handles: H Inch hose old. Pedlne of champion steeL i lest and hot water furnished. $65' GARAGE suitable for paint shop orb I home. furnished;F.D. baths; 2 ion of wide paved streets modern bungalow *f frame and asbestos con-

Pine cat. Ph 2O020.RESSURE uct .. 2-2202. : bb. I H, Parrish Hardware. 220 Phone i iCO month. One mile past Dbr.a on I shop. Used for repair garage screened porches; .tt fan and home with welt-kept landscaped strucUoa. Oak floor, tile bath with

7 COOKERS "fnM.Ualversal. .- TORE l.Ku.5 chrome i Phone 2-1841. four little : old Apopka- Road. Sign lft'u, In Located on W. Kaley and i kitchen fan: gas and lawns and friendly nelthbora. The shower title drains ia kticbca; 7$ ft.

.- and "Ekeo." The Fair fori."tbl. for FOR SALE: One U> Weat.rnUnbflow I SpAIELul for' St.asbaI. I Tsllokas Ave. Phone 7320. fireplace: gsa automatic water heater house has 5 rooms bath and screened corner lot with large one-car tarat

Store. 10 W. Church.PLYWOODiDe t.ur bt Wt Dry-Cleanint washer size 36x54 tn Easter. Phone l.ft Id..1.1 PINE CAT2 bedrooms furnish I OFFICE W I ; asphalt shingle roof: Venetian porch. The ..ra.. is attached. The la rear. Offered completely furn

a ft: abort and tone Blxdsont. ao. AJexnder .de coditon One (1> Prosperity DOGS .P.rl. 82-M. .d. $ Doth Call William I ANDwt. off. blnd. and dr.prl... V'I.o con price Is $9 SOO. McNntt-Htaslay Real ished. 112,000 or unfurnished. $10.-

Outside picnl tables. $4. Sts. O.rll .D prs.. 10' driven used only and BARDE. .tlppd clipped Mathews: dial i I listed or offc. .nt Box.tab A.I. .ac .hr. tors. 1$ W. WashIngton. 8U. Phone 5OO.terms. Welt System. 628 K. Pin*.

' pie closets. $3. ..Barbequ trill.ishinf SASH WEIGHTS Bash .lD': 90 daysOn* ) Prosperity P.. .b.the.. N. Sm.1 Ana RURAL-Furnished house. 6 rooms -Star. R.l Itt fim Garage and work b rar. 5106.CANNON. 4641.
and and reel lot head 52" On tck r sash pulleys; sash cord. S.F tot head S2-. One (1) P.nt. double DOG FOOD and X-cel: dot : I OFFICE SUiTE-Or single offiij nished. $ ".eaof. Harlow O.Fredrick. MILLS.
cheap. Co.. N. Orange and Hu.bc Kbblr minutes to downtown -60x680 ft. oa hard EDGXWATER SECTTO!*-A splendid _
$ Ha attc..t Lu.br R.lr.STpLDDE. On (!) .t.r remedies OrlandoXcel JUf. grounds, plenty fruit : ply 12' North Orange Avenue. 118 N. Oranre. Dial $1$$. road with electricity.rooai home 2-bedroom frame bungalow. Convenient
6010. Cheney tl. Four. aa. 1. 5. I..ndIo. ooker. One <1) .o counter. 41 Store. : ; convenient to bus and h: I OFFICE or store space for r.1 us : "Its treat to live In Orlando. and outbulldiats. 61.6OO. terms. to schools buses sad Country

lot Home. Oranee. Phone 2-1841.. 20 wood table. I Ara..le PRZE HORSE MEAT-Wholesale : Annual lease $1500. Also .. 3 I Lamar Hotel Bad. t McKelvey. Real Estate. 64 X. CentraL Club. Owner leaving tow a wishes immediate -

SUPPLIES V4 z3 8"tb' marking machine In condt nt Pet supplies foods and rom furnished garage .pc Hotel Manager.Dickson's PARK-A modern (1940 CORNELL AVX.-1$72: Winter Park; sale. Special price of $11.SOO
PHOTRPH adjustable SCREEN WIRE Copper In all lon. One 41 lot of pulleys ODn 9 to 6. Brownies location. Annual lease $ lQu OFFICE for stenoCr501115 CJOK 2 lane full two new 2 bed_ home Includes almost complete furnlshlnts.Excltuive .
: reasonable -
elopingUnk.. .nare. new .ldtl CeUo Gl.s. H. H.P.r- n.t pins.pip fitting et. Will sell Kennel Marks and M.'Dh Ramsey. '0 B. Mlchasaa SPAC rnt tile b.t. D.led den brom.. ... ; .... Automatic water heater. with Robert R. Tics. Real
t..t. A .. .. 2 ... Phone Job lot. Pal aaertrtee. An. phone 4239. SUBURBAN 10'' .. MI Well large tor. 13 W. Washinitoa. $174.
P home and 423 S. Orante.9ROOM
$739 after H.ulfv
: Contact Mr. Edward Mathls. ROAD-1 acres. 2
landscaped ground
ana 2-181. 1027 N, Shine KITTENS-Xkimane Society wants acres of Close in. GoodwiaIne I bedroom frame
PUY WlEArt.lc. H.) SOFA with matching chair and Orlando. Florid Stt Phone 6158, home for kitten 3 lovely black Broker; 677 N. Orange 'heel suitable HOOS&-Or.an AY.. : fl8bed. Ready for _sei.. 8b.nbr furnished. bungalow bathroom.; completely hot
Parrlsh H.r..r.I 220 clot.. Orance.Phone iounre._ bc.U'lt. Reasonable.condition. Prewar ATNION and whit male; also other males. dial 9855 or 6660.SORRENTO year l.a. Phone 2-3874. with.pll.tmeDt.. Tyre.H. B.11 W. water heater refrlterator. washing FLORINDA. 2015-Mew. tfi*. S-bed-

1u FH-. P11.8375. bungalows.2bedroom. 1 machine fenced for chickens. $3.900:
tier 542 W. Par. : fulf Washington. 61T4.
NAPKINS and toilet non. -NoTouc" Ph Strnr a P PlPrebre. two months b.t 15th to O 50. Wanted to Rent leas for cash. 3rd house east of room bom*, on lart/ corner lot.
PAPE. pli iUITS.. lady's. X on. brown wool manufactured.a.le String 0. being ; old Write J. H. Enrn Percents Cannon Mills Airport. Leon May,
wax ppr.. wIth detachable fur collar; one In water your llh. put Chow $35.; Chn. WINTER l.. APT. small. for business man.Close COLE PAK-n one of this owner.COLLEGE. Spacious rooms breeseway sad patio.
Wycketf Hdw. Kohl. lack wool tabardlne shrimp t keep alive (A on R. m.l. f.m.l. PA.RK-i257 Gene St.; .UOrl.ado young a brand
PORTABLE ICE BOXES-For the 12 like ; one ; treading PI ell.t. tielnt c bl.cl 15: St Col.. Collie Ave.; furnished -.garage II P".t. .auaa. I pos new 2-bedroom .trt. ., modern PARE-"od.ra 2-cwdroom
sizes uric
out tOl"; news reasonable tome $ Sb.p apt. large kitchen livint sible. bungalow; fireplace floor lursace.Venetian $$.750. $3,750 down. $50
putting 2 Ellsl room 218.i
or fishing Bumby rmo" .lboat Ph la every We challenge
W. Washlntton
tP. ; Ht..n herd males $20: ToyShepherd d.t.U
hands bath.
our bedroom blinds laundry
on le.le. $400 attached
April to room
a novelty. fro Yount need
102 W. Street.PAPER couple; urgently anyone to horn of
9 a nod 8 weekdays fine Can 241St.FZRNCRZIK
.r. m IUD p1 This sensational new "No-Touch" or Spi. m.l.$15; females Oct. Must have rfe.ncs Phone children proU. absurdly low tarate. Lot $1x145 nicely
no or construction
DRAPS.-.WWe of 2-288. $10: shipped Your approval.Marlar's ..tfer laadscaped.
Winter Price
aleo. Stringer will mailed $10.900. Owner 2114
P b you post 74-W. Phone 4151. Mrs. of $ Terms available. Call :
colon and SEWING MACHINE Sinter. For for Fountain Inn. S. Pr 1.5. N. Westmoreland
d.l.n. Orlc F fur $1.00. Williamson E.an.l. C DRIVE Dr. AVX 8.-Modera 5-
tuTu Co 141 ther 2-3744 Co.. WUT"ORE 1 N.l APT. or tarato apartment. Dn.1 .It R Kay And.rl. !
lf.rm.to. t.l.pbo. Ora..bur. South Carolina. PUPU cute puppies about P.ra Ph. COLLEGE PLRK-412 Vassar. Completely room bungalow oa 60-ft. corner tot,
furbhe ent couple. Phone 1.4.
rom. 42 o.a.
PIANO-Mason Hamlln alr.ht; food "Hkd.' LOGAN, air and hydraulic cylinders Wen.d Ce.p. 131$ b.U $0 and nicely furnished. II I convenient t* school and but. $6500.
pr Browns Cigar & News
for practice. Good cble' and iTOVE-.4-burner Westlnthouse.tood I and valves. aIr chucks coolantpumps. E. Wellington. Itor. H.r. lt. room frame buntalow. Breeseway and Allen Johnson. Realtor. 14O K. Orange -
tone. Ph. 7804.1PAINTER'S J. \ PAR-U1 Indiana A". APT.-3 or 4 rooms; ..aurnlhe.W.ntd 2 bedrooms glassed prb. attached 194O : $612. Bpoctallaint la HomeFAIRVILLA *.-
16i tarate.
R..lnbl. construction.
eondtla. A' Ptell Sprint St, Venetian blinds electrit .
SUPPLIES-Whit* ove: pone 22512.SEINO N. w. At.Dta RABBIA sixes. Woodward rm. famih.3IEROl by d.lr.b. 'OU coU block of Lake Will Nice lot. Close ta stores and bee. SECTION-6-rooin bouse. _
11 HOUSE 1 by 1. .
No I"Dho.
.n pat klin. brashes drop I "ACINE- Factory re COMPLETE STOCK and equipment eve. weekly Malt- .Apr. $50 cbdrn; per. U 250 down. Ph. .e.P Price S350O Bryant with Herman $2.700. Second house west Of
on 2-24'
OUddens. I rat t mot Goodwin. lac. $77 M. dial schooL
new; port- for Orange;
.tl wol bat. soda and
cot Ave Phone
lOUltl sandwich .first house of Seminole 2-2495. CITY < 2-
FAINT outside white best trade console. Al Wiggins: 6247. bar; Includes fountalr RABBITS-5 slant ChIngiant AeVsT one Club. 10rh LI8.U' OUtd .; 9855. GORE AVE.-1431 K. 1 bedroom

put: eD.m.1 f.t and am-l. SCALE-Fan type; cmputn.. Oood c.rbal .rbn.tr. .lQal Chin buck WMtr'New Zealand TO LET-April 1 October 3L I HOUSE 2-bedroom. unfur garage: fruit: b.t .prch. CLOSE IN-3 bedroom bu...... Excellent I house. 17 fruit tree and ahrubbery. -
& .
t prf.r eondrtioau Immediate
6 condition. Cheap. Worm.Uo all in does and bucki. (lie hutches Easy terms. Dunn. Broker 5 Hardwood floor
and' phone 2-412S. A-I Reason for.selling.must and for teUiat. Nicely k.t lul.lo.. nished. Pof..lon.l man and .le N. dial 10.000 furnished. 83.0OO. cash. lostediate .
l.a co.dI10. .ulpm.at large permanent Na !r.n: 2-124. GOLF COURSE SECTION-Brand new
PRERlr .R.t 1.\ r. ald rnld.al possession. P. A. Allison
Mildred Moore. being W. Columbia
three bedroom bath home
m.t.T. SLICING Good .c.t. 311 bath. Box 431 pets. Phone -two
Home Btor*. 45$ N.t .. condition. .CHINua.. P' information New A., M.llur. St. Ph. 2-1091. hr.l.he. ltr.FRIHHOUEIlare bungalow. Realtor. 37 fWasbinetoa.. I Ideally trrtated for comfortable liv _

2-O076. 2-4125. TEluZR-4o, fox. nvnths old. CLNLTOWKo.m CLOSE IN-A delightful 2-bedroom ing. Large screened porch eve- oak.
t pho. __ \.Iepho. 34. i .1. .
Articles Wanted 1 MAN WIFE desire brom.nl. b.t
R AN home with dining room and list golf course. Nice fixed ITTOIS.AU .
POOL TABLES-3. excellent eu&lo. SHOES-N.w; black patenC.sirs Phone 2-0807. court; swim fishing. Excellentfor 2-r. on ed-ln prc. dining
IUml. completely
1.t furnished for electric modern kitchen. tarts
and slate. SSO and $60 $t Va Cuban heeL TOY FOX 18ionth room and decoratedthroughout. $1000 down
Ru Pho. $125 monthly. Less Start April. Box 437
.a A typewriters .dc&a.tn TRl f.al. balance like .
tic 9766. MC. oa".leaeat. Immediate possession.Exclusive rent. Se Mr. Lyre with walk-in closet for linens dish**
e.ml. M.lt.Dd.PIANOsrnd F good pre ol 12Q I Strt by season. Adults only. No p S-Star. Marti Williams. Robert L. Pryde Realtor 66$ S. Orange Around $5OOO cash, will handle, balance

1' apartment slse. be.I. SlVEWA&lple set In ct Cek .. 8ta.n 1 phone Phone WI.te G.rde. 800-Blue WISH TO RE in Orlando or vicinity tor ask Wtl A. R..tIt" : 24396.CHEROKEE $65 OO per month. Harlow O.Fredrick. .

.dto.Also medium .i pl.t. .Co. St, phone 8158. TROPICAL FISH-Over 40 varieties.Aauartunu I Box .4 8ta. 1 for .t season a furnished Washington n*Brysntk$101. 2 PARK-2-story masonry i 11$ N. Orange dial $1$$.

.lr.bt. .. rnCon..t .. 29 E. In.. Phone 23163 AVIToU pip fittings: vices; and stands up to 2 apartment.-Livint room bdron. home with 3 bedroom Puratabed. It's great to liv* in Orlando "_
165 B.rki Ow SHEARS-Prunint; hedge and trassshears most anythIng gallons. Pl.Dt. air pumps and 47. Rooms for Rent and a .
$ plies. 138 i b.L. klt.nr t C1.OSE IN- Rom* and income $17.500. Terms. C. RXmertck.. R *>- GROVCLAND 2V, acre of land.
n' ..
a good selection. Knox 71 Church. Phone 9368. Rld.e.o you? Box prop :
tor. 610 N Orange Ave. dial 9855. chicken houses and fruit trees.
'.Nouprl.bt In good condition Stores CO.. 2 E. Pine. Pone 2-31. ANTIQUE JEWELRY diamonds, old Drive. Winter Park.WIRE : i AMELIA AVX, 721 E.-Single room S-Star. between erty. Idea .location.and 12. Phone By 17. COLLEGE_ PARK 5-year-old S3.SOO. 8. H Podge. Minaeol Fla.
2 commodes. 221 for Call .le. '
told. W HAIR PUPPIES-Fine business man near bus. MUST )tAVEl.ilsedorunfuni
SEWING MACHINE-Sinter pay highest prices. Expert ; ofI
tredl. .tII HIGHWAY 441 Just this side
bum alow. Furnished -
ando .. Apt. 4. KI.lm. 9-pc dining andhonentsppraiaai. beautifully m.rk.d: ; $278 ed 2-bedroom house by April CITY Lut 010., Mo.r ; eeatral heat;
room 4 .I large Near bus. New 3
lut 8 110 Her.D'1 L.. od lt screened porch: attached ta- overpass. room
dOl 8. Division. 27 W. Church. AKC r..t.r. 2312 AMERICA ST. Permanent. Box 436 S-Star; 6rm bl..lo. A.t
house. welL
Deep $25 month. N
aUppLlk. per
PLUMING 11-Lk. lc.rDe. o oak rat: brick street. Price $5 650. Make i *
cmp.rm.nt.. SEWINO MACHINES-Cabinet AXES furniture of all kind sewing IF YOU could see and know the Atr.cl. ro. Pee 333-Green. Eustil. .hlf.le plot. adn. foon. Co"r 866OO. your own terms BOW. C. R. Emeries i down payment. M. A. Saltier
Toilet bath tubs tile Sinter Sewing Machine Co e anythIng work that being done. In findinggood tupl.a ladies. COUPLE-No children desire urnisbn Realtor $10
1137 Orlando A"... Winter Park ma t I C. P. Shum..,. Realtor; 140 If. N. Qrspte. Dial 9855. HARVARD AVENUE-.2-etOTi1ii1
WPins; dial 7334. boes giving shelter. and AMELIA AVENUE 507 West bed ed spt. or house. May 1st. Limit Orange: CITY LIMTTS. I style. 7 rooms. ll baths basement

phone PIANO"BENCIIES-Jusi 9M. arrived. Mahoaaoy SAFE used Mo.le ..luI ft. high'n2 W. Pine St. D.I 470.hrtw. are sure. you would to helpless Join. Yearly animals dues we '' room with kitchen pr"I... **0 862Need not b,al. Telephone CLE 2-328.PARK-Lars* U.i. room. borhood. Near SOUTH a stores Oood Nearly n.i.h-new 1 with furnace frame Boos bells iaI

ALTALOMA 1 double I frame. 1940. Immediate peanessloa. Reduced
ft. wide by 2 dep: reasonable. $2. Please report ST.-631; room and 2 bedroom home. Sleepint I
walnut WthDule any of
compartment.and fnlb. $14 Smith-Wilson Office Outfitters. CNC Jo condition. neglect. It will c.Immediately crueltyor bed; .8 per week. Working D'n UNFURNISHED 2 or i bedroom 2 Urge- bedrooms .I.cut Close porch: 1H baths: new bitches equipment for quick sale to $12.000 aa
Pc. on 401 W. Centrahi759. apartment or house. Permanent .b.t. t for Butane tas. $O ft. tot. Price owner must leave. Wen financed.
AT* _ 45. Orlando Humane 28 East.-Nice room bus. churches
.c. C".DtIMI Beki SINKS n- .. flat rims sIngle lnrU..te.ltF. Comstock. President. S .U ca..m.acr VJ4 8m-pr".t r'8d..t. Call Ferguson Refrisera- .cbo1. Some fruit.cr.L. Is $5750. Much below current prices. Call Otto Rasmasea with Caveoauth.

Onl N.no.D.l 8.2. cmlat double c.p.r.nt Lake D.l Drive. Phone '6805.70 bath. Close t. ton. Owner will sail furnished or unfur-I C. It. Emerlck. Realtor. 610 N. Orange Realtor 43O$.

PUMPS. rtectno deep and shallow al .It COTTON RAGS-Clean, Satisfactory ADAIR room adJoining MAN 152.Wl. elderly eonple want nle. Property clear and Immediate Ave. dial 7348. HOLDEN HEIGHTS-Partly furnuti-

wel Easy Pfm.Dt Bothlnt dow chrome plated trim. Cash trl 41. Poultry and SON-Dubl hot to ro month of April la Can ':41.' j I ICHICHESTER COLONIAL AND PUTNAM SECTION ed. frame. $ rooms. 1*an dry. 3-

.ld .Utl. .r DO.Bl Libby .Freeman. '1 W. prices paid. Bee U.Shop Foreman Supple wen b.. b.t co.t.at optional. .tr I Orlando. Pr".t faIre.r I -Oood $ room boatalew. mostly all car tarate. gas kltchrt. $9 OOO. Move

many Dn. P.p' kerisene. BABY t m.1. Writ R Abn I furnished. Apartment 2 tn. Pick up through Claybauth Real-
Winter east 8TVEl four-burner C. a Pulloriam test men. I SboPP.. Bnl -Practically mew rooms; rented Metcalf Bldt.HOLDEN .
mi tor.
Orlo Vista. Orlando; 7087.PUMPSCentrifugal o .. 232 Sueth Shine Street. Pm Sentinel-Star. ed .t. Iedlt or future delIvery. CLOSE IN-Very attractive corner It "uek.R 3-bedroom cement brick buntalow; $42. Balance owner occupied. 2 car ,
MAcBi-OuIord. Supplies. 1 kitchen equipment tad attic faa In- tarage fruit: nIcely located. Widow HEIGHTS BmeTl! home
h Twin beds lane etoset.Permanent.
room. :
pumps for troT SWIG Can seen T..d. DIAMONDS w.ie 3eweljg Orlando Store.BABY Pout Gentleman or business 51. Houses fop Sale I eluded in price; 813.0OO. terms. selling account Bereavement leav-1 l city bus; near school and store,.
and farm ir..tl Florida Pipe b 10 price. B. Nicholson. Realtor. 14 8. Mala log city. Near Sunshine Park and Imnedia-e poaaesstoa. Inquire owai -
k Supply Co.. Church. 861$. Spruce St. .old Hb.t cab M. I CHICKS-Tuxedo Feed Store. couple. Phone 2-323O. :
430 S..l. 32 W. Church. U. 8. approved phone 2-1619. Auditorium. Rome and Income. $8950 i; ecs. 10 34th 8%.
PIPE and black and SHOW CASES-New and u.11.00 P\rUl t.te. C IN-Gentleman prfee terms. Sam Johasoa Co. 20$ 8. Main. HIGHLAND: :
906 LAKE SECTION Beautl--
ftUDI. .a".n Booth FURNITURE, used stoves.; Ice _W. Church pbon further -
Florida be 2-221 31 ALTAMONTX .
Ixed. PnIn
AI "an. 11 R Sawing machines. Call SPRINGS COLONIALTOWN SECTION New Ibnntalow. fnl comer modern bungalow. Most
Supply .. Church: 6118. St. Pb BABY -100. :-_ 7149. CAEERY-4 rooms bsth. clap -
43 2-21. sell. W* PV "top- SewellThurmotd From CCK" tl.phD I Just off Frame. 2 bedrooms lane artistic arrangement we have seen
WARE-Pie pa rls STEAM CLEANEX Make Kerrick Furniture lme.W. Pin Hampshire breeders: New CLOSE Comfortable- rooms solvable Lake Pont3O n cleared and 'brd.. .rlkl. 1.1. water front porch. Near bus. school, sad lately. Price $12.5OO and worth snor*.

PYRE pans JUeaner. I good working condi St. Dial 40TO. Co 1 Rocks and B.r.d Rocks WhIte for young men .r.DI\ Beater.Plat.r$3900 cash aut..U. Evenings stores. $6950. $3250 morttste. Sam See this. Oeo. H. Klttredx, R. slx>r,

S Phone Parrlsh Hadw.re. 220 Orant ton. Ideal We lo replace private with or a small heavleunit. ta- 25 -$2 O 5 Rock-Hampshire 50; 101.1.L.hO .- good beds: Ph. 2-16. Lake Price;: -Furnished cottate. or Bu.d.y. 3 Lk.orr.zU Drive. Johnson Co. 208 8. Maia._ _ 2-3170.
E. Pine. Room. -
2-111. WANTED CLOSE IN 423 CONCORD W.-Buntalow. Frame. 2
Chevrolet 115 W P its frer C and COLLEGE PAK SECTION New
PYREX WARS-A ao selection Bole. e $345-100. No no crip Working people lrf.nl Con- 2-llol Ou.1. Ctt. home Jat Immediate bedrooms: 2 porch**. Attached tarite. >
S tenulne Pyrrx .. K.C Stores e.ntl allure well buy It. Mather of ples. Riddles Roxborouth. Philadel tlnuous hot water b.a. Call our 11,0 c.Ple.1. at OOO. Ia best residential section. HIGHWAY and Railroad frontace. 7-

Co. 2 E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. "RVE'S EXPENSE BK. a phia. 28. Pa. CLOSE IN-Nicely furnished Park At.ont Ofc. Wit -. 1 Mc- Nicely furnished; latest kitchen l room home situated between Orlando

PANT,: outside whit and colors: per dozen bs monthly.Check lOe with George. l.ado M.X. Church St- Phone 2-3 CHICKS=COD.: 10O hesithybig Bu....aUm.Ire.r ger.HiwkelONeaL. I"GI Home S..u... 2-4775.Erode Broke.H.na .ll. Male St. Oliver.equipment.2-1068.Only C. R.$9.8O9.Emerick.CU Reattor. Miss- lie and only Pine$10OOO.Castle. Lot.so 113 act e quickly.275 f

mixed or past; Stuart. broiler chicks $1 Tn.CAELER Realtors 118 lastRobinson
r.d laterl St.-phone 81M 95. Finest Special :
1 M.1 Trade with Swald. Louis Oeesiia
410 N. .
paints or dial 7348.CHICHXSTER'AVE.
..U.bl: :prompt Arnold dU"'I P. l.mt., TOP CAT-r.,. an wool sixe 12; .8. Art l.dale. 1.5.. B .H C"" F.n- 11.1 Y Hol- Azalea riding hones.flshmt. Lodge.. : dial 2375.AVAN overlooking- Realtor. 143 V. SLain; 2.1444.

.8 oa... 2-3786. .lne Ball price. 1014W. I a.. Winter CAS8ELBERRY Lake Sue 3 bedrooms: 2 tIle
H.n.rd.TcRlnr FRNIRB WA-Ar & B. Rocks. N. H.
KNIVES-AU .. to sell Parl. .14W. baths: central heat. flreplare: kltrhea
K WbD BLVD. 436 Just off
c ;
o _\ H. 70: One Dmln rail Coehran'a Furniture Rk J.nr CLOSE IN-310 S. Lake St. Attractive South l0 $$ 400-2 bedrooms: 2 etc porches: equipment. New masonry cwnvtraettoa HOMELAND 8T1 0-Hew 2-bed-
B .. ._ : n.
m.n'. 2' W. _P.et Store.M015 W. Church. GI.t. Wf.ndot. corner room. Upstairs Twig bedroom Dl... at 3 t-acre. Paved sod beavtlfally fiaUhed. Aa room. 2 tots. $2.500. term W,
La Off H from bus .t.
: :
fertilizer spreader one track 1 9 per 10. H..r blo ideal home Stetson. 2 bedrooms. 17 bearIng tree
: beds. $ -2 H- at cost $19.750. C. R. Emerlck.
POWER metal lathes MEN SllITS. assorted $ mias. from to IT Iro t
$ I grsdeorhool .
TL. L.a .1. twa bottom 11.: one f.n bar p.nt. a. C '.8. Pet. 1. I.UonaI acre. hlehway 17. Realtor 610 N. Orange Av*, *rapes. garden. $14 MOCberoke*

aa.D.h.pn tl portable saws..lr Thor row. All. I..Co.dlin of see. EReaves. Cnt.r.dr.a'.26 clte.. Cur Prh.St J.1 Pba.Hatcheries 48. Ott. 112 I .t 8t i COLLEGE pr..t born PARK Gntm.a-Front Ir.fee room t equipped and electric stopping kitchen.center Built fully by 59.400-3 port Ner ba 1.ldrL ear dial 7348. _ _ _- t Park meat 2$4400.bedroom Pershw blink ***ra*. pan-roonfurnished.

WintrG.rd.a who expects immediate blk. CITY LIMITS South. S-room mod- {
anUs screw drlnn disc .aad.r OLD pay .ae t.n. 2 baths. 8I1JWO Fore.City .
LP. Pease. 3753. Mount DoraPAINT 1202 0 Winter Windermer Garden.IEAKETTLES.Whlstlln&Road. Phn for GLWe crd. old hb.t ol prices rcDS5.New H.mlhlr, Rd.:: CLOSE Il6-.Inn.r sprint fe. .. b ae. after' 1.0 P. 1.5 Ida'rm. A lake era bonaalow. tare screened Rd Rice 2-bedreora. fru.'
w.i. cbk. .t. froDt porch: partly furnished: kitchea I
; broken poultry
houses pared
Watson Standard teeth house and hot water. pasture. road.
white. 1 ofUd. aluminumwith Berkman J..rt. 139 K. evra. Reason bro.r i PI.nt. 0 P".t h. eoaipped. $ .000 with terms. i $4. 50. Chnanaa Real E *.t*. 355
t aUona. bi auaUt. I chrome finish; also r.ul.r 6 8 Ol" beIng transferred 1 M.rl 8t lbbard C.1r phone 'lt Call Joe at the Veterans' Real Zstste ; N. Orange 6 23.

Pbon* 2-3163..lt.r e X. quart sue. H. H. p.r H.r..r. OFFICE MC"EWe are badly from city.. 1241 W. Columbia St. I CLOSE IN-31$ N. Main. Lane sunny AKGEBILT AVE Partly furabned. P.ri '8. 1,& Agency: 29 Santa Cwrt: 2-4481. I
22O S. ". need trWtr. adding 11 2101.DEo room with a bath. Property atanstesaeat. 1 HARVARD AVX- 3k-alorytraole; 4bedreoms. -
) PAINT Outside whli.lo o. 2-181. ehln cash ".ltr m setlint. $1 dosen. Call 4JSO. prh.t Nice 2'bedroom home. K- 2 baths, oaf. floors
S..1 TARPAULINS os. canvas Hb.t pine walls. Only DUBSDREAD SECTION- -roo<* busts -
and .pda paid y screened porch central be t. A real
quart containers. H. ly treated. Sices 15x18. B. 22 M.i. 885O. railroad crosslnt. IN-X. Robinson 875. COLLEGE PAitKlajl I of low of
; front; Cornell for only I stucco ranstrwctioa hardwood
.. 0 CE l. : BOB* for large fmliy. $ar srhoot
2 1d.r. 220 a 01' Phone rich. Garland and Robinson. SOUR ORANGES in any Llb.n f.mc h.t A"-T>prewar frame ter Newly painted 3-bedrooa b : floor Recently repainted is>- I
.mout IDDIS stores bus. Large shadrq1tot.
Must be bright peel. FEVERS-sod nice layers. : Pal. 11. Completely_. talow uiat ..built ia '42 2 std and oat and the roof to a year eeLs
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PR ES8URE A corded wallboard Church St 11 fO h. prf.r ho. fart ed Ice mnattoa. $13 200. Howard.
.o phone 99QI.WE ,
CEuar : fe lD Ulrl $ Many 11 Rl.lh St.NEWHAMPSHIRICbIcks.. 1 IN-Twin or double beds i $175O down buys'2om home la -prc1 b.th We ll.p old. Aa excellent piece of property Broker, 304_N. Main 7325IVAWHOE -
and n I'
11. r BUY furniture. Can 31: heat Winter Park. Orlando A. l Al. R la tood Beixhborbood. We consider
us ZH ; East
-. H H. Pr H.n.a luf. "MUl. for 18. Orlando Furniture b week old. 2Oc. Fmirrillst ICE ; 1 .P $4SOO. Just sell. to.14 I. O. .u'pl this a food buy at only $8.5OO. turntshed. I BOULEVARD-Overlook-
22 0. jRNOPWH..trl.n' :. cir- No.2 Store. (15 W. Church e F.r. Phone 5927. "U i Princeton A.moa 8ho section. Pine int 1f Hom. See Geo. T. Bras Realty Co.I In* lake. Beaatiful furnished homeibrick
PEA wan til ; .. I --A JeF home I soc 2-bedroom and ST.-1864; nice k_ 19 E. Central Ave. tile construction. I rooms. 3
2.8. CR"
Tti Combination coal grates and PULLETS-New Nearly' .JP.
R Lake bedrooms. Floor fsmaec beat air
wiL all colo 1. trills. Prectolocs. prbl WE PAY .ht cab for old ready to lay. bclla'H.mph. $1 75 LoIs: r. .t I ph O nice l Owe .0l fr. nla.; 2 .a4.1..d DUBSDREAD-Nicely furnished two coadtuoalnc. Lane frost ImagIng and
eyetj free enurns br. t..r p .
j-4 bedroom Bowie. Glassed ia sleeping
; PoM Mills Nebraska.TRAILER tnr esch. Profile Florida. Il U
porra zrtra shade lawn and
pioerV a any City F"c..n. DE'Y! ST.-5O7; close to lovely b.rdW floors offered .. ; porch and apes front porch: large i ;
PANE Wbtk Utility. 4-wheel.-5z1T. fJln. Luttai* and TURKEYS-Now takIng orders 32 X. Pine bery. -a-EzesptloeaUy wen built, all
mattresses E. r. : V. Condict
fO t1a innersprint Rrllr. HH.rld. living room and dialog room: aU
.tMillgk4bra. .S U 5)i- 'Oranae Blossom Tr.1 6 J..t er. Grant at Carh3S ecxs and poults. C. D. Wilder r. : f.mt.couple. dial : rD Realtor. Central. 6137._ electric kltrhea: plastered wall and wan ftrrowcd. beautiful oak floors,
.. Turkey '' I ftrepoo 2
S > ; car garage. room apart-
1 Tier F.rm. d.a 691. SECTION COLONIAL hardwood floors: circulating oil Heat- !
PICNIC ICE BOXES ..For Furl Oil and Wood 'DUDR par GARDENS-Newly dee- meat shove rented. See UU for a alee
PD' '
mane whit tropical stock weights 9 er. Corner tot 60135. Immediate
camping to fishing: TXl Tprn ; -n. fu e o.t 2-rem Mod home with tneoow. 82UOOO.
lr. bias Wilder Jr. Turkey room ia a ka. possession- I785O. O.Fredrick. Bans
40. P.O. 334. ALTAMONTXSPRINGS 3-bedroom Only Harlow >
1 Ib -
BaRb Hardware. 102 W. .ul. B FUEL OILS Complete for home i. b e Tr I fr' n.en Johnson Co. 20$ 8. Mala.IVAXHOE .
Cal Winter tn 6913. 11 .
PACKINQ HOUSE and Industrial use. ** Cen r.r. phol ESTHER AVE.-234 E.: beautiful fur- b .It tlassed-ia sleeping fo 1.6. Call !_. $ K. OTSB* Dial $188. i'
YC-JY-l TILE bath and teal Sn. HANSON'S SUPER CItICKSoualltychicks 1<. six lot*, plenty 2-1993. W. "lie crest to live ta Orlando." SECTION-Coavrairnt t*
Your run Florida.-
soak "It b Bledao C., I _.i beds; bui- p h bt _- : '
Stl stores school and has. 3-bedroom.
ele ta. 1$'a15" .ih proof Pr.t P et.t Winter Park. ZOO. Tanks available.Stat. that live and trow. Allblood&est.d. eupl. .1..a P 99oC. ct. trees. nicely COLLEGE PARK=The most eharm- DUBSDRXAD-Mew 2 bedroom tile
2-batb homo with ettraa Inctedinc
f at Deal man
R. landscaped. 321Tnrnbull
frame 1. Phone4 : Jumbo Lethora ESTHER ST. wt CWr. 2-bedrooai masonry boa* you buntalow. nltely and fully fur-
; 414 1.-tlouble and
cno. for
wo II' I Avenae. I large living room aa room.
c.n. 1SO
bad frame: Drier D. 8. RUBBER PRDOCRu On .IrO per 100. Hanson super :I single rooms far eva!. Two doors lal. Un room 15x22. Blahed. ttrat Imxoedlately poaesioa. -- 2 screroed porches; breakfast nook
ae .n. broilers (your choice N H. Reds. I 82.500
dewa and balance 815-25
wood; 21.36rellers. bettint from Wood ,I
McGrawa Ph 1".r. floor furnace attic faa and kitetteaequipment.
40x2Ssteel frame trader nose. V4I. 138 W. t.DI ..lble Ph Racks or Red-Rode crosses only $5 2: Pr.nac.nN AVALON- BLVD-Near Delaney St. monthly. Howard Jeaea with M J. I
1 .a COo Co Snlr. CREEK AVE. 942 ]*. Room! I T. Wlr. Beyond compere at $13.-
1 per Special assorted and porch bungalow Mess 13th. 132 S. Mala. Ph. 977.
10. $ monthly
Grader 24x36" <
: 1.9 pr -
futl FUEL bath .1D. .ro. 1. OOO. FurnIture b purchased. Al1m -
lut S. I trade fuel oil Is ; hot laaer can *
t OlBtte Ac. .t. furnished. balancettOCO __ .
Irs Ta.ple. "" 200 UPHOLSTERY I 10. Sr.h\BIA R. aS.a. pr.et Near cod DUPLEX-Funtisiud. Good condition. IGaraee Johaooa. Realtor, 14O N. Oran
Close *
bfa FABRICS- just blanket la deliverysuersniped. | I ;
.. &n Ontl..n. .
L. K. E. BelTLakeland. I in Ot. l. .atr good t. Nic.l. bus with H. F. aparwnt plus. Steer tbraI I "
Ter 17 I remaaot Greatly I home. T.ha Kni B 812. Sperie.lhiint la Home
d.r P1 .I. r Ol.a 0 e COD. Hanson's Super j I RiLUrREST AVE. I i land Orange for I __
R. cod stores. Financed
I Clarbauih.
I Rear. .I St
I Brown.. %1 M. Orange ,. phone $18 I P. O- Box 573. Te.t.NJ.I I I beds; a.r bath-Sad r, tY .8. pbe 21111. dial :Raltr. f8S9.I. A"1 Realtor Metcalf BWt. I I Continued On Next Pai I

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" nnba? 'tntinrltar' i i 51._ Houses for Sale I I 51. House for Sale I I I 51. Houses for I| Houses for Sale 1 53. Acreage for Sale 1 155 Conn try Property for Sale I 56. Business Property for Sale I 5*. Real Estate Wanted_

I ORLAIfDO. FLORIDA 1 IJ KE ADAm SZCN-e of th O&LO VISTA-new furnished block.A WI PARK-3-bedroom Gl and Civilians-We CLOSE IN-3 to 5 acres of truck COUNTRY PRPETYs I. DOWNTOWN Small ACREAGE WANTED-1 to 40 seres
I i oem-55.11cc all 1.aec.'SIE le.r birh school and fo you at once a land for Broker. 1.l1UI" .r-l
be bw& 1.st fnt G.. In. Cnt"Bo. house; rental Income (96 any plesnt location good ros-v
PAGE HEA MARCH 1 *. Orlando priced tiiu euilt in ca Completely bath of good 677
con N.
16. 1C47 hme l ma I f1le. Or.I e. t.1 9855 orC. Grove and Front Asher In addition t* owners apart electricity. Phone 2-4651 or write.
to Don't overlook $ 1" block* south offlosnierhiasden aU.e..r. floor and furnish lot on excellent Peter. Realtor.'SHe know" .
.. fln.n. a ment. JJo ceiling on owner's Albert Hablch. Broker. Orlando. FU.
hi* Jim with A berFeter. d "B.r Blvd. f.Front and AU for W* se Corner Central and Main. "
(; from Preceding a M e. 1.8. ca ment. Price 88.950. For term p.r
CaL' Facet Central and porches. 90 CHENEY HIGHWAY-Close and
Rlt. cr. ORLO VISTA-6-room frame ; 6' or % t HOME AND J. BaekeU. Realtor. COMMERCIAL LOT wanted for ware-
hu best the market F. near Lake Barton. 2O highland With small o.me
) : 2-788 priced I buy o at I B Rator GRV Blvd.. ACLRR bouse. Within 6 blocks of Orange
.nune Call Sam with David 672 N. no waste. Over 1.320 ft. on rat cotn f1he 600 ft* "pt D Minimum size SOxlOO
51. Houses for SaleK.UHL P. Orb 1 Wr.ht B.. Oran d dial and Livingston.
Ba Vit. Realtor. Wiltr Park. 659. route of new highway. Ready and frnt.e l.re s.n rhea p 751 ft. Quote location and price. Box 348
ORWIN MANOR-(Near). Modern 6- I Immediately
LAKE 8U.T-Pa1m Terrace I 2 BEDROOMS frame I Idea for sbl.a J. Lne. wW rl go I .I cp HUGELY AND AMERICA SECTION 8-Star/
room fr.m bU& Sd B-2.1r *, .. wit pr.r 89OOO t.r .
eBr.D Lane
AVE.-Frame rdeD of five front porch. nntla (5000 terms. A 1 on bu Uno 677 Orange GWI. 9855. King J 843. x SO. frame b.ldln. stac CASH BUYER 'desires modern. 2-
rooms, bath and t. Lane Few 2-bedroom 1aDaw. TouTl lovethe throa.hut Space and all home with $48. and ar. not quite LAKE FRONT 3-bedroom frame: 3 'space. 0_. .tr.e. offer. bedroom duplex or other well located
basement with cement floor. Onecargarage. unusual this" home. t Dt Included in priceof 1 Church. 845. l finish It your LK BARTON Susanne section. bungalow. 3 Beautiful nor. Johnson Co. fo 8. .t income property. Call 7613 and
Lane lot l'a1' with several the -o. .tor. kitchen S7500i 83500 cash balance 840 e money. ". lot II acres surrounded by rapid grounds. 6 .cre.city. Bus serv we will investigate Immediately. F.
nice shad t. U.000tmeinding and t l0'alU' 1 Ll. prt. monthly. Completely furnished .. BOt.n King Fraley Ph development. Close-in today's best ice. 112 000.mil Lola Bro HOME AND INCOME-Excellently A AUfeon. Realtor 37 .W. Washins-
some fart.r. McNuttReasley. give Ol .lml. btl ttn Mr. Dorman with J. P. oPI' construction. P W. Washington. buy. '4. terms. Mr. Lane with Ra and completely fan b..e. including
Realtors fishing backyard mie Francisco. Room Inc- 677 linens 2 separate
.lo .r N. Main; 5809. Ratr G.II Brole. 2672.LN .be.
St. Phono 5106. but less than "lakefront"rice. ta. 15 tral Arcade: 74. ". LT8M.ltl.D. D .p.rlelt floor. OROVES-HOME3-BCSINESSES
with 185.
Only S10.5OO-half cash! For PARK LAKE- I room h I good VU
I aggressive
I $75. C property with
appointment to.. Phone 4159. front and porches fine 4 ROOMS and b.th. frame THESE OROE' BLOSSOM TRAIL-When Cubbedte. Winter Park 12. terms lce. Paul r.l& wtl your Jennings. Inc.
Broker Cbeaaalt *

KINO ST.2Pa.WEST-Completely buncalow.furnished 2- Stimpson-Staton.Bide. R.ltr.606 Met cndita CoavneDt.r located weather.For and. I f.mlhe. 112 W.a 3h an e.tt. 1941 model frame mot. PDI. travel number Florida'2'Vs. 5 MainStreet. and L FRONT-Here Is acres a brand of land new .It. Ron& L cal 2-4596.. Realtor. 6 672 N. Orange Ave. Phone 7234.

.corner J Yo en have a home ca sale at (11.9OO 00. Call O'B.ra 1321. W. SN-3.0 .. escept dining loar trat 82OO to 835O acre I ban"a. the has been HOME I HOUSE WANTED-We have prospect
pr OR 7ScAWSnK:
1 b..tlu lle.
and (7.800 with terms. Moore. Realtors. 1O9 E. PD. .c b. kitchen floor furnace JI. CaldweU Asher P I for modern S and 6-room homes.
F.n Ceb Realtor. 507 Metcalf PR.INCETONWEBT-BungalOw.. FIreproof completely furnished; 2 bedrooms extra lane Peter. Realtor corner Central ...dM.ln will have fre.to see this to 11.0. clous Attractive old es.t with I If your house la for sale can Allen
tonl 2 .; breezewsr aph.lt ". 1 car garage. storage 20786. re.l y-r .r.nd frontD on Highway I 140 N. Orange
2.170. L LCATTl construction brm walls; kstcben ; preciate the value. See Mr. 1 City Johnson. Resltor.
K.ENTUCKY-Juitoff Clay. 4 coolsCottse. .t" boe I b.atlu furnished. rooms garage; foot lot. landscaped. Call with O. P. ida.. Jst Lk. 8812. --Specialism In Hone"
dl_ I.r. lld.p .ahln. machine; Del 4tt ACRES fronting lane lake; partIdeal 1.op. R.lor. 6 GraDd. rDt.11 .
4 .
2 bedroom adjoining 1.t broms U.l.-r. frt Near elter. lot 75x135. 1 car : ad.1atoD in old Pne. Phone 512. ly small for-I In. eastside
&ae ..r bearing orange grove; 2 .e.. INCOME PROPERTY-Close
deep lot n.n trees. lrom. 118 ktheD wtl br.kfa S95OO. C. R. Emerik Hsrlow o. j" house has
wt 1 prl. elon Park-New bunga hom.lt. 83.850. terms. T. L-RY-7-rom frame hoe lane living between Colonial Drive. South
and bus and dial
: near aol. of closet space throughout.3oom rom. R.ltr. N. Orange; N Dial 8188. large living m&D. dining R.lt"r. 438 N. "&D phone ..t. cmpletel and nicely I dining room kitchen music St. Good condition priced reasonably
Newly "
stores. B.
p&Dt. 17.0. C I.. great to live In 2-3983 or water garage: and bar. eight three Hendrtcckson. 101 Liberty.
S9OOO tow. Mr.
Realtor. 2- garage apartment in rear. PAK LK 6ECON-l.utu appointed kitchen. 3 b- frihe ct ln. brms _
Dn 10. will handle or trade for small home hom f.rh 1414 40 ST.-2 tUe b.th attached .. 10 GD ACE lust of of East .nera o.&undln. Wth cement sleeping 1rb. for b.t. Ad property w*
189. 5KALEY ed garage apartment. : 4 acres In joining bo. concrete LISTINGS-Of your
screened tot. 1 .
Realty, 30 X. Church. 8435. block 81200. good buy Pt t
ktben eln.ton Coat HI. I Davis
SCHOOL Kin home duplex or large family pool and solicit yours today; C. B.
SECTION New guest ath. 84300. lake. In in good location. Jamerson and Carter tract 35 ct trees; plenty swimming gymnasium. -
bungalow; frame; 5 rm. 2 bedrooms requiring 4 or 5. sleeping rooms h..tr. beautiful proms t. Realtor Phone fine garden Price reducedto Suitable for private estate. Realtor. 104 K. Jefferson. Ph. 2-1649

nice bath lr.. Priced at 2/3 replacement cost.TJOOO 1627-Ne.HARMON AVE.5 caU for Ralph B. Smith A. T. Carter. '7:18CentrL I 17.0. $3.0 I.nd. pl.Dc terms. f.r. I.ttatlna home o tur I t I or 7305.
Corner bus SAKE rVANHOK SECTION will handle. This couldnt masonry room Mr. J. p. Mattox. 145 camp. at .
store 1.tol .. ( .hol .D .. ca Dudley Realtor. 24745. broms tile bath and, 2 ACEtrus land. 10 ml. north I N. Main: wt. cl an ) Terms. C. G. Camp LISTINGS WANTED-W* have the
tr. tram S room Dn t.b srend front porch and : Ed..ter Bel.bt sUo. Highway. Priced 589.LEIW .at.t. buyer tf you have the property.
Johnson 208 Ol.no Telephone
S. City -
,, C. M.I AtU.cU9.bungalow.moer PINE CA- 2-tenement house; way; plastered walls: fuel for blol. rof. sale. Lester Whitebead. HOME With I acre 263.. Lke F. Call A. T. Carter. 9516: Jamerson and
KENTUCKY AVE.-.-(100O down. 2- .r.e u and bath lower Isnd. 4 Central.
closet ; lovely c. later; tile floors; water .oer E. 7th StApopka. lrudln. Carter Main and
of space e
bedroom fur house; elet Plenty PrincetonschooL 3 room and : ; newly finished'inside tian blinds; large 1 car he.tr terraxsa nr down at.i acre of .ra 30O ft. fro. lre SOME AND HIGHWAY RE3TAU-
citchen. machl.. nets IP kitchen. Near Shown and out new bathroom rage with toilet and master bedroom .Ith 60 ACRES-Beautiful high pine landon lake; electricity; on concrete r.d rant-Large 2 story borne perfect LIST-your property with us. Ton

occupy. .un.. z ft Total price Only IU.r. eupmentl 5 from ah 55x142. term bdr. CODett. bath. dandy lake 9 miles west of or- one mile good t.n near ; highway lo.tl. wIth lake fe.. may have Just what w* an looking
only 145. Will take model car b" .ppltmelt 5151. stores; on bus t Fredrick.19.75.. Orsnge. .th 1..Dd" lot lando. 27 acres cleared. Ideal for bargain at 87250. Jim Or.ndo.C.ld restaurant for. R. A. Scarbor Broker. 31 8-
.. ment of balance due. Stmln-tt. Realtors. 606 Orlando; 17 bearing orange -If. great to live In this is f.mlhe. country home or citrus .ro e. 8600O.ns. aell with Asher Peter. Re.lor. co- seating capacity. Artistic lighting 11515 St.
a Ter. A. C. Golden. Broker. 1121 ca loaded wit fruit. Move in at once aU cash. I. Y. Asher Peter. Realtor cor. Central Central and Main: 2- fet and decorating. Additional room
Orlando Ave. (Near and b. Income from by appointment. and Main; 2-O7B6. I a 20 unit tourist court. This LISTINGS WANTET>-Let your gale
Winter Park. Open .Der.. Price Ph. 2.246.rnte A REAL P3 bedroom 80 cleared ZeUwood muck NORTHWEST-Seven mile out Five could be your social security. The 1 I needs become our personal con

LANCASTER PR&-Atactkvi. 6 tram 1 ROBINSON.p.rment. AND 1.0.FORREST-Cornel built t A"De Re.ltan. N. .ACE. and water control. I acre and five-room bo.. 01 a price Is r.h. Bee Geo. H. Kittredee. cern. Our wide clientele offer best
LAKE DA sin room lot with near 12 very pretty lle. House ae. some Realtor. sales opportunities for aU types of
v Central dial
TeL or 2-3176.
bungalow 1M1 lane living lot house. (3.000 An. 5181. (85 per acre .Tet.
o construction; 2 wt ca. COD price (6 Broker repair but has plbUt I properties. Ross Kay Anderson.
large paneled rear living with fireplace. Mitchell. Box Sob't 240 acres land close In tiesfor making an HIWAY 441-100x600 ft. with 4-room I
bo. room MoerI kiten tat 1. 11 S. Hue with Robert .tr.ct Broker. 423 S. Orange. Phone 2-44O6.
porch Recently landed with Calif. 13 on Curry Ford Road 865 per acre I (65OO. terms. house: a dandy trailer and campsite
garage I W. Washington.
bdom. .o et.t Pi. S.
Stripling with M. J. Moss 13th. Bro S3SOO. W. L. Unton.
oak floors; with tile ORANGE Call Broker.
Gould AVZ.-5
erms. Bee Jobnson BeD SUBURBAN Nicely furnished bunca rooms
O'.r.-.oe. R.lt 2-31 need 2. J
ao.er ker. 132 LISTINGS WANTED-We
8. Main. phone 2217 Ed
ewa Dr. Phone
6977. er 4595.
drains in electrically .
Broker. 6 W. Church 2 screened porches S15OO 109
e.lpp kith ry. low on lane lot. H block from bu ATTENTION must .t 1. PDeSUBtBANouDt" and 4 bedroom, homes furnished
sell 1
en; fireplace in Inc. This t a good buy at (4. frame bouse. Lot pr mODt. Imed.t pos 4240 ACRE prairie land on St. 31- INCOME PROPERTY-160 iZii; and unfurnished priced for Immediate -
room: ft. frontage. Offered furnished Cal6 Sam $7.SO acre. Stripling est.t. with lane butldin
10 I a quick sale Rnr pr land. s; front on rail 29
SiUarney. Leaving t ssle. Joe O. Myen. Realtor.
812.5OO or unfurnished at W.lt .n Stt. 206 S. Main. with J. ctrs road Just off
LAKE SECTION made to get it. living 7811. .13t Broker. Truck farming. for : Bolusia St. Can owner Dial 8881 6638.
M. 8.ltbl. pltr.&rom W. Washington or
X. SIV rm. 132 S. Main phone Daytona Beach 865-R.
'U. ter. W.i Sntm 62 Wtndham with O. P. Swope. bath porch and ROME Jew frame modern Bth
Pne. 481.LK Oped today for roar inspection 800 i 5812. After office hours can4755._ venience 84.200. See to lane rooms and front 9.400 ACE Polk County fenced and ..s. Lakevtew. LAKE FRONT AND BUSINESS
IEW-For a By owner new block Winter Park Ave. west of I SOUTHWEST Immediate occupancy. 1412 porches. Not quite finished and crs -$7.SO pr acre. I miles from our office. Now rete Frontage: Sanford-Orland Highways LISTINGS WANTED-Clients waiting.K. .

PoOD.' Edgewater. from 2 to S .p.m. Art 1 home SEONd Opposite.530 N. Orlando .. in. finish yourself save Enough timber and pulp t pay for 81OO pr IOIt Available .rh 1OO x 6OO: owner leaving for F. Slayton. Realtor. K. Fine
one*. 1412 W. 17th St. Ter. Lidge and Bill Tatienhorst to be on .l.htt dining room ter Park.. Near bus store and school more than half the price. Oil le.s 22nd. rent. Sale price north: must sell: bargain. Amoeo St. phone 6651.NORTHERN .

uAKXFRONT- -_ tram* premises to show you what the I Completely furnished combine NEW modern 81835. terms. King Fraley Included. Terms. Stripling M. I 15. Trn-lo cash and 110 Service Station._Msltlsnd. BUYER want 4 lots

low on corner lot sloping 1UD.. builders have a.ple in the! .sloa 86250. easily financed. BEt Completely 7267. 1401 W. W.sID.ta J' .13th. Broker. 132 8. ..l tr Goodwin In together In Holden Heights. What

Lane shad trees, nwer and shrub newly bome oere: Speak to Spiegel" Whitney Spiegel ..1.1..low.kitchen garage New" 6rm-Dcnt pone 697. I 8855 Brake. 677 N. Orange Ate. dial LEASE WAREHOUSE X 310feet. have you. King Realty. 3O K. Church.

bery. Large 1 sun porch to buyers. Robert L. Pryde. Realty Co.. Realtors. 706. Met.l In. $ bungalow .lb iXCAOE-l0 acre Black H.mI or 6. 2nd floor: lane freight elevator 8435.
overlooking the lake. A pret apt 668 M. Orange; phone 9e.ltr'l Bide- 23269.SOUTHEAST. Immeiat Fairish sI08.Real & Mr. Fellabaum mol I Clea ts.paid. What : sprinkler system. Marks St. near

as a c.PI could wlb. CDte I SECTION-Move right 36 E. wlb 2-1646. T. Dorsey. 4412. ? Rt._ OrUndo._ I Orange Ave. Can Mr. Floyd. Belles WANTEZiHomes.

J o..I. phone Rat. 11 I into this lake front home. 2 bed NEW 5 rooms and -5-room cottage near Colonl- ACREAGE FOR SALE About 9S I S 3-room ACRES-newly Planted and fenr. Good New Phone Investment 851X Co. 25 W. Washington. SALES groves LISTINGS fa/m and tots. Ton may

82. LN-B.tD Lake Ktr-I rooms. (1OOO 0 down and (50 OO per FAME furnished; Shady tot with fruit tree*. acres: running from Pr Avenue to houe. depend on our experience for correct
LAKX FRONT HOME Excellent loa a. lr. U.l. monthSp.k to Spiegel" Whitney going J.r seU at Owner.1909 G.nln paved road. Just outside City Limits: I tr.ctr. poultry only 'house Will and chck.. handling of selllw details: our mortgage
tion with splendid home large picture I Co.. 706 Norh near Dubsdresd; for subdividing.CaU 55. NEW BUILDING-AU rented except
rm R.ltr. Mr. King PROPERTY-bouse with va rp house trailer In See Mark with loans Increase our selling power;
wt aU conveniences that will pleas cnstrctaD. 2-.1 garage.breeseway. MetAlf Bid,. 23269.SANITARIUM Church. ".It. R.I" room apt completely fur 8974 Mond. Oeeskn. Realtor. 143 N. Main apartment on 2nd floor. Good McNutt-Heasley. Realtor 15 W.
at sight. 87500 for quick sale.HrKelvey. home L.1 ; terms. Will net approximately 5
.tret. SECTION-Rome and Will give five days possession. TEN ACRES-With 2 small b.Udll." Washington 8k
Real E. Central. Urlnt. Clyde MeKenxie. 2-1M on Investment. Call Chas. A. Chabot
II.t. for real Bro Income. 4 furnished rooms forborne corner lot with extra tot. 8500. Mkcdonald. Box C3.
Wrt R .
8. Main St. 24775. with Mike Flower. 33 8. Main St.
key. ;
Here's block I for.p.rment .
new 2
a 1 and rooms Apt. will make
LN DEAR MR. AND MRS. garage. pay : phone 5529.ORANGE wanted. Northern buy-
bungalow two porch- LANCASTER PARK-Lake View; lot Nicely A real
hou. or see TRACT FOR acres of excel
ed. lane lot.over 100' on fin. lake. 100x150. 3 bedrooms." tile bath; I .. (7.8OO. fre. .0 Replying to your Inquiries .. Ph lent land 8AZ road at : S AC cultivated chicken ranch and.feDce. 2.cr. GROVE AND FERNERY en and Investors homes Inquiring and farms.daily
for businesses
Reduced for ssle. 87950 and lawn. Dandy place C. U. Taylor. Broker R Modern house with hot and cold
quick nice shrub ;
tr. "tn. date. I am In with down *
now 495. .I.nreI
position W can 200 318. W. Colonial.
110 I hens 1V acres In 77 trees Streut Realty.
Restricted neighbor- I CANS water. Fireplace bath and electric
Wilma Ben for children. ctr.
Rodnr Broke. 2-218 .nlt to of McKelvey. Es
.rc. to. you one our you home (IS per 1
year lt acre truck
R.1 !
.N. P'99. iood. Call 2-2314 for appointmentonly. SUBtB- ; 2 bedrooms: In a select location. coiest 2-bdrom and .It tate. E. Central. I garden old frame house I kitchen also Ian roadside stand. WANTED TO BUT!-10 U 20 acre ef

HOLDEN-Snappy new I II : high close In: clt. sink. steel case I 5 miles on furl Doing good business fernery alone ftrsV-clasa bearing grove. Give full

L. 2 bedrooms. Nicely bUD" I (5.75.loer.t.r Winter Park. e.x This I* a 2-story masonry beautiful picture window 53-1. Ranches and Timberland take t.r. house trailer..t as pa"e rd.pa brings In up to 83OO per month year details in first letters. H. F. Boland.

electric Ito,.. Lane picture window LARD-ROUT HOME-New 2-bedroom SUBURBAN-2-bedroom frame house e home conlu. of most porch and carport for or cash lDt round. About 5 acres land Ideal Realtor. 672 N. Orange; dial 2-4551.
overlooking lake. Lane nice cement block home. Lot HO living With 2.5 b.l.ne .o t.rs spot for cabin or trailer park on
lt frt front I newly In Nov.; roof. 2 garage 15.85. RANCH FOR with Henry. Broker. .
der.t 10 p SALI-oIPlt Route 17. between DeLand and De- WANTED FOR CASH-Property with
palm. Sunset Lake. Price dining and .. We
lawn. Owner account fe.t on of ranch
years old; rO. Ilth.1 plns 4OO bead St.
15. Pc. 1.0 r.tte. br. Leon Springs. Price $12.500. Must Income. Must have 2 bedroom and
business matter. Special ed ( or completely equipped downstairs. .. We will help on
I3.QOO Al house barns
pr 7.8 I rah 0.e lo.ted sell. M. Woodward R. F. D. 1. bath for owner first floor. 5613. ItsClybaugh.Realtor.MetcatfBJdg.
sale and for (8.9SO. There ond floor 3 bedrooms and help you .
for'lmme.t .It. f.rltar 235 N. Main; dial the St. John. river near .
tr Johnson Co 208 8. mor.... o 13.6. cash required I 7559.Bro b.t. Construction Co. Ph Fla. A complete ranch equipment.. DeLand. Fla.POULTRY _ _ _
M the sixe of Virginia Drive. 20 ACRES-Two 4-room houses. Not FARM for rent. Also 5 WANTED Cash. WeU built 2.r 3
and" -
.II_ _ ___ _ I stock for sale to settle
SUNSET bungalow, on the lot would :j for eomerental I SRO UK TERRACE 6 bed The ground are far above -Piffsbricated. an estate. f.sn.ble.. Real f.rnhe Inside. Off tb.. 441. acre of fine soil. Close in. Good bedroom home prefers winter Palake

LIE -2 laneporch. units t McNutt- I .lepl. porch; 2 tile age 1 l.nd.p beauty. Yellow buildings Br.D tors. Tltusvllle. ". 10. win Inc.. Broker: 677 N. Orange Av* view with fruit. 5613. Claybaus j
.Pre bdrom. / W. Washington baths; 0.1 fur.c 2-.r garage .r.n. with pin Off Metcalf
Besle .cr. lre. m1 dial 9855 or 60. Realtor. Bldg.
for R.lt.I packing sheds and _
corner land 2SOO miles from .
Ni 300.
swimming Ye. trend St. PhoD:0 I scaped.al. tr l B Nlchal This home win meet the : Prices 20x27, 8495: 20x36 Hi ACE. pin timber worth 18 acres. Close In. Lane borne ta WANTED- HOME FOR 2-810.000 or
118.0. criminating miion
and I
bottom). Check this for your summer son. would 8745. For full Informa worth reed of 10 fruit trees. SPECIAL PRICE-for short Urn on under good location paved street.
88950. term LAKE FRONT SUBURBAN-New 31 Reatr. .a St that you contact me for an ."Dt A. A Cobb 9246 or 11.0 Plp wo be 115.Lnd rep.l. % nfuroistiep1. Prefers north. Call Clar-
Co. farhe. bedroom well furnished home 0. 2-181. .Southeast. tion at your earliest can cash. Asher Petr.bu.ht wen constructed apartment close baush. Realtor. 5613.
: SUBURBAN- A prefabricated
LAKX DOT-Quest homo fll point akes. surrounded by good .pr.-fe frame ...m.l. bad- Price 831,500. Furniture can AND CIVILIANS We corner Central and 2-78. B. r. Barton. Re.ltor. 32 J Pine St.; WE RAVE BUYERS wanting groves.
large I Docks and u on your tot er you may show dial In. Details In office. R. A, Scarbor business properties and borne For
10 room Owner will consider reasonable : room and sepl.porch. Price 82700.ifr. chased with home. If YOU BE T JELt me 651
rooms furnace heat, large tiles front : Herman desirable bomeslte from our you from Orlando. Immediate sale Ust with F. A. AUV-
; See Brock .th Gw .crs
porch. Beautiful ll. view e.t.t lennlngs. : Stltb. \ Che.ut Je.. Broker; 8' N. Orange Av. cl Very truly "Or. Msrtle Home .D lot financed with IV, miles on lan I.k. It Is Broker. 37"B. Main St. son. Realtor. 37 W. W *hlncton.

property. Owner B ndeat D.I Realtor W. GI 90% PEA loan. fenced ha high land and DONT LIST TOUT property with m*
look after I lAKE FRONT-One of the few Lake Phone 2 and planning and Is the et1unslt SOUTH ST. 338 EAST 3 apartment
B 10 SMITH W.-Qpen for 8106. cmpl.t muck pasture. It probably bl est North nnlen yo$ want to cell! Henry

c.t near Sunshine Park .D Audi PD. Modern Home left wll th bath City ST., 126, 2. w v>* this .snc.. CeD.Dt .. .ea small ranch In Central Florida. sell his cherished oWer home and t. building, seldom do we have Income Burch, Broker. 12 8. Main; 2-109O.
\rum. Homo and attractive furnished modern bungalow 87 Ona. '234 for Asher Pete. R.ltr. ea. Cen Will accept any reasonable offer property of this type close In tow priced
AM Looking a
and shower. Oak floors -
*. Sam Johnson Co.208 B plumbic attached copper Is worth the money. See It NEW MASONRY HOUSE- THIS more hou. tral and ..11 2-788. It must be sold this week. Cement to offer. Owner leaving city. For property close In on the east side.

Main. _ _ _. Exclusive with C. P.,.carat. IU.75.. .nd. n.t with others. Price $10.- en, garage. r .-bigger lot t.n 'Ot block lifetime roof. 2 yean eld. Pourbedrooms. complete detail and appointment to Income property preferred. F. O. Box
Ra .tae or for Lots for Sale large living room electric see Inside the apartments phone
UOCKHART Holcomb of 54.
rooms Mr. O'Harra-Moore. p. like bud te 2415.
.th.erD tsr; N. Orangedlai 80. rent.
.prl completely': .1. 14 2-328. E. Pine in charge. Standard Service. 1173 N. b.t lo.to. near lle kitchen garage lund and. workshop 2-1710. Frank Crebs. Realtor. 507MetcalfB the rest.
LAKE VIEW-For by owner new : SOx- located on UdlnsJ AFTER CHECKING with
; possession a. Avenue. block N. Orange. .e.s cl.r _
: temg.Imm.t Grocery 2 bedroom Pla.t SOUTHEAST SECTION Paved-At city 1 New 6 rooms. BUSI870. make offer. HIntpn.Realtor. with 300 fet white sand SANFORD Park Av*. apartment call us to get some result on the
14.0 nee. 1412 W. 17th St. Jt. Lk.1 rear. 1 1.5 miles from Orlando sale ef your property. Clyd McKenie. -
LAKE CONCORD irrigated Ters. frame duplex and modern Spanish 1632.BEVERLY frontage. buUdlng. four apt* in front, two Main. Ph. 2-4775
12 S.
landscaped ETAT at 221 MICHIGAN AVI.-119 W. New bouse. front 2.t" and home. OPEN HOUSE! 10.; ten 50x135 lot 83OO SHORES-BuUd your new Post Office. Ideal for Trailer Park. apts. In rear. aU with garage. In

W.' -Colonial. A. modern home 4 rooms; southern exposure, shade. .pam.nt. Icam. Broker. Lake .. priv- home amid the new Cabins. Subdivision or private et. excellent condition with substantial FOR IMMEDIATE RESULTS-Ust
cItY water A cmbined. 118.0. 403 Sunset b..tU.1 lots Call Fred Reese or Peter Bren Income. By owner. In nearby Ban- your property with Oew. H. XJttredg -
plenty of living and bll future '.D rare phone 2-0818. Temple Drive 2-2840. homes In Beverly '
A. winter
le.Y. Park. D. 8hor Lrn
: O'Harra-Moor Realtors 2-0836. 109 down 17 X. Central Ave.
bargain for ; ford on Rout 17. Handy M *. Realtor.
ilbHltiea. Nice 5 roomaand masonry homes. On is 2 SECTION-5-room at- still at a r.Sn.ble
Iel.t. SUBURBAN- .I.bl. pre. .
town. Call Sanford 980 for appointment Phone 23176.NORTHERN
by .p MONTANA frame .t tile bath block Walter .. 1. Pne.
11.75. tr 8ZON- clean bungalow; 2 screened screened porch le. bungalow un Ro. Co
I Moss 13th Broker. buncalow. 2 car painted walla polished floors pbe overlooking Lake : attached garage; priced sage Ave. Orwin Manor office 3356N. GD 6 ROOM Frame house near for Inspection. CLIENT-H requested
132 B. phone 89. carace. 87000.rm .preDt trees. Wonderful location. 1 acre. water beaten IDo.l gale. Ksth- Orange Ave. 8 lots. Fun price 12.75. Write SANFORD apartment building; us to procure Grocery business Joe

LASBURY AVE. (1631))-Winter Park O.rlett. Broker.8m.214.tr C C Between Sanford and Orlando Venetian .Und 0 l f.m.c 90x170. Smth.112.8.< COPELAND PARK -Overlooking Lake Rt. 2 Box "21RESmECEV.r- aU outside apartment, check with him In Orlsndo. White Broa* Broken. -

-New m.on"two 1r. bungalow 185. .wood Road turn west at I is on a tot; 3 I Lurna; restricted .re. among beautiful nice-one acre of H. A. Jones. 2121 Conway Road ph. 824 N. Mill: 2-1688.

: 2 pn wit MT. property can Sunoco Station. Pint house. 2 tile baths; modern tile I'r"; Lake County Property homes; '15. Phone owner. 1..25 0 tr.to responsible 7844. CUSTOMERS WAITING for borne

laundry room; hardwood non: be PYOt-T gentleman' DELANEY SECTION Two large arne living porch 0 2-2081. parties. 21-Acre. resIdence 4S- TOURIST COURT U. 8. Highway Ne. and income propertie List yountodsrl

tered ..I .e windows; floor wt. A fine residence of 2 bedroom SOt apartment building brand ins !*. car l and BREEZE A DUBSDRXAD zoo n. on Acres bearing Valenclas 812.000.00. .- 1.-East Coast. Restaurant. Beer and Lockwood Associate. 60 W.

furnao* nu 11.5. Pl.n .. baths. About 7 acres of Der apartments each having living room. Drive by LN. in cornering golf p.ee Suburban residence with lake Wine. Six cottage three 2 unit, 3 Robinson phone 2-1574.
Harlow O. 11 N. Or". .D with over 700 feet of lake shore. room pie Drive and In etl..t BDe Breeze one of the .tret (10 per.foot. Knight.eou frontage st 825.000 00>-814.5OO 00 will single. Housekeeping facilities, good HAVE BUYER for modern home of 3

Dial 8188. Boat house and Inboard motor en: dInett..bro.*b.th kith for Orl. o.ttndlD l.l whola handle. Prescott V. Steele. Broker. construction. Modern five room *nd bedroom with on or two bath.

. LD J bedroomS 3 Gl course nearby. Priced at 121.b.t .. pl.stre 2 car garage. Live b H. Or.ll. Dial 8188.BUYERS. .lo.tln. DUBSDREAD 634. COUNTRY sec Dial 2-1008. 45 Wet Central Avenue. bath home. Completely equipped rca. slrsbly located. Reasonably priced.

bU. : maid's .a- .ld wor about double. sue apartment and ret the i S20.0O per front ft up. W. tion-.larg. lots low CUB. e. lanrant with steam table, electric refrigerator Versowe Agency Realtor 29 East
.cr lake front Irrigated plot. log .act quickly. McNuttHeasley. t.o and you will have a home and Realtor. OW.r .n D terms. Pay monthly. H.as 14 .. NEAR FLORIDA LE Xxpoal- gas range beverage cooler Church St. Phone 7833.CO. .
Fruit dock. A complete Realtors.. 15 W Washington Tavare and other equipment. Cottage and
b.t et.t income. term.. Hsrlow O. Your tion GroundsNo.
110.0. w1. tP. Plord. _ for when building materials become
J. 13th. St. Phone 5106. Pick land. S restaurant completely furnished. Business Opportunities-
high rolling
MO Fredrick. Orange dial up solId YOU. WHERE 1. acres .
11 881 I ?-At the available. Property In thi high I
132 Main 6977. great live In Orlando. and garage furnished County Sportsman rapidly acres small house 16 x 24. Owner's home I* tarnished. There
section to Increase c..re.
"I. t this E"1t l bund condition. are 60 or 70 cItrus tree on property FERNERY-86500. 1-
week. Lake privileges. 110 good ASPARAGUS
LAKEFRONT SUBURBAN Lovely MARKS ST.-If you know a Real SOUTHEAST SECTION-Offered for Fair. March in ahead of this etr. tre. Mul
{ lake frnt modern home. Central Value see this modern S-room buncalow. less replacement cost. 4 bed til from C. b.t.h Drop Eustl 1th t Increase.e.lue W. t. torn beautiful .Penmol Grapes. 2 and there are five acre of land acre fernery and 2-bedroom bom*.
th.1 r'Bh fronting 500 feet U. 8. Highway
heating. ..r.... On Ian landscaped Tile bath. Newest heating room residence In excellent conditionand Bldg._ _ _ ..J. KisOer. Tavares Ian tot right on the golf course. poultry bous. deep spring-fed and 500 feet Indian on River. Attractively Phone Cftsselberry 783. CuselberryFerneries.
lake .. shade on .
1 sloping down t lake. Sev .n.n.ement Attached carace. Well unusually weU f.rlhe. B.U LAKE VIEW-Hard to beat il Water gag and bus available.Paved. 0.1 trees electricity lndscped. There are unlimited

era frt tree. B.h'.. $9.750.pl.Ded for quick well built.sale. Reduced t tiful lakevlew lot r.srced sc furnished 4 bedroom BOU High elevation l.bt Boland. one. rath available.b.l.nc 1.0.0 with. 11.0 possibilities for the expansion of APARTMENTS Four-unit. Furnished cwt-
reasonable. Inquire
'D.IhbrbC. bornewith apt. 672 N OrsngeCarrlgtB priced
TrTI.r ton. 13.5. Ialtr gara** fo lake. Excep Bide. 2. high land this court. Price 825.500 with 8p-
No. M acres rolling
12500. Kittredge. ranged If desired. Bee .
# tags la 23OO 8. Fern Creek. M
G. B Go. B. N. Ave. phone High paved corner might 2-45S1 3-2534.
44. weU built and ; .nll.a. proximately one-half essil. Exclusivewith
Realtor; Realty Co.. 19 X. e. i furihed. good road nice b.1t. lte. electricity
SUBURBAN lovely three bedroom, part trade. Bee Claybaugh. 2 baths lane DUBSDREAD nice available. seedling Mr. Folsom with Harold Shepherd APT. HOUSE-guest home. Want,1
LAKE FRONT-New concrete block MONTANA AVE.- 72O. Immediate completely furnished home. Coxy Metcalf Bldg. basement cot.. fi. the SECON. lot tree good condition. 4 bearing pecan Realty Co. 20 E. Washington to lease. Close in. Writ POX 443>

horn 2 bedrooms. Furnished or _,on. 5-room. furnished. 2- living room: lane dining rom; elec WILL COMPLETE a Ford I *. Price. 816.50O. o bus core. W.ter. light and trees. 10 acres Price St. No phone Information please. B-6tsr.

Uflle.. Very low price for quick room efficiency apt. Eeti refrtterstor UI refrigerator and gas water heat our lot for occupancy l Realty Co. Mt. Dora. LDe telephone. Cleared ready for building ce.rd 12.75.wr. TOURIST HOME-Close In. OB one BUSINESS LISTINGS NEEDED-See
or Cathryn Roul- ; automatic ... heater and stove breakfast room withcupboards D. D. Riddle. 21 E. down balance term tot.
stone. Realtor; 2-2532. stove large -Guest bonce. 3 blocks to '5 Ph No.3. 33 acres high rolling land V4 of j>ur beautiful lake Lars Harlow O. Fredrick. Business
.a 1 ; porch; dou1 ; rear screened porch with phone 2-4631 or 7560 .section. 5 bedrooms, beau 7739 .n 783U mile pn good road. *. mile 01 side 350 ft. deep with Uve oaks and Hesdquartera." 118 N. Orange.BA8RESTAURANT000 .
> fruit .
LAKX 7N Ten minute drive garage; U 170. terms.Sunday tile nor h.rd.o floors trou.ho.t famished. Oeo. road: plenty timber for building electricity plenty citrus. Also 2 nice new gars of Orlando'
from of the very few lake 9 t 5. : wib I.und"f.c1- Realtor.11.5. B ST. off available. Price 82.75000. Mr. re apartment Present income equipped.
front hOI where business men can MNNEL- e-room new house. ties: lane well OPEN TODAY 2-317. : ETE. Two JAS-ts tots D Stone with M. D. Bailey. Realtor. $270 'per month. 535 000. term Ext finest. Painter
AND George
.. home to lunch. 2Vi of land for garden and 125x140 with additional 100x140 lot L&KES-It 5' (24.500. "m cash.
E. HuckeiONeal. Realtors
wtb with ;
two. elusive '
af. chcl.n each (1075
County (550 or J C.rch Pon. 476. Realtor. 70 X. Central -
with Aber Peter.
nice 5-room 8. H. Dodse. facing another street. Can
condition f.rhe bo. In A-l 1.50. Mlnnel. in rear desired. b illS Harmon Ave. Or.l Mother Pord. 120.0 Tbre other lots 55' frontage In simi lie E. Robinson: dial 2-3753. : phone 20786.

for only ;87.5OO. W. he.tr. system NORTH SIDE-New home on 55 X 185 for bought unfurnished and an appointment if to see You will be greatly the Erb. T.r"fot lovely l.UOI (650 each. Title I per CTAGB2 iota. 1>. miles new TOURIST COURT SITE-On 17-92. BLOCK PLANTS-Your choice of two.

246.. Orange Pce.. R.1 foot lot. Three lane bedrooms U,- this det.ls .. Price reduced to 811.- you so Inside. Two C.lloml. styled 9 .home frt .I McNutt-Heasley. R..lor 18.Apply 54 Idl. 2OO ft. on highway and 600 ft. t* Both making money. C, B. Devi
Eat.t. Inc room, dining room ..kitchen beau 500 Harlow O. Fredrick.. home; large screened front .th tt. roof copper screen*. W. Wahln.tol St. Phone 610.OLCJNL Ave.. Orl.ndo.MODEN clear lake. Excellent location for 48 Realtor. 1O4 E. Jefferson. 2-1649
UFN-utPa. 81.000 tlu flo. porch Will qual flnlbed enclosed rear porch. 3 double double unit Will sen part or an for
ane dial 8188. Zetre WELL BUILT home 2
118 fiepl.ee. on
Or..e. PARLORS W* got
n.ht and L.I. *8950. Exeeilentterm. and refrigerator beating KILLARNEY only 84950. term A. C. Golden.
..te. Tub bath. pos to non Reggie Moffat WINTER PARK-Guest home or hotel C and gas water heater Or.really the tot*, each with trees.north Excellent chore of I.r. lake.Citrus finegarden Broker. 1121 N. Orlando Av*. (Near 82000 UP. Best locations. Bee Vee

session. Pc 1.5. Mr. Nunes or Van Windham with O. P. Swope. possibilities. 12 1r. vast house. Extra lot available living. The house ene lake privilege I.rer some lakefront. City soil. Good road between': Orlando underp ss Whiter Pars. Open Sun. Tan Hoten with T. K. Hastlns. Real

with Inc.. Broker. R.lto. 6 East Pine. Phone 8512. space for .sp.nloI P.rl furhe.P.r Nicely landscaped lot with the str..t I.url.sts privacy. water sidewalk, near bus. No city and Winter Park. Phone TOURIST COURT unit Main tor. Rm. 6 Central Arcade: 4237

677 N. Orange Ave.. dial 9855. Aftr offc. hours call 2- excellent 1.Uon Trm wth bearing fault trees. IU.o. are .el with tsxes.' Adequate restrictions. Pricedas Winter S4-W. O.ler. highway. Close In. Furnished. BUSINESS WANTED-Win leas with
i NORTHWEST-City limits. New wood owner. Price C..u.h.. R.J; O. Ferk 116 I. Oaks .ld other ornamental tow 8525. De out todriw.Turn NEW. Plenty of room for expansion. Price or without option t* buy; or will

LIE FRONT-Over .feet on i frame cottage. 5 rm and 1.th tor. Metr.l Bldg. Eseusn. .8188.Its. asaleas. BouganvlUas. West of Avenue at .. MODEro.. tile bun 815.500. H cash. Mr. Potter with operate for yon em commission ba.'..
lake. house plus ,Unusual value. see WIT PARK-Lake front. Sacri, great t live 1 and otbe, ornamental Fairbanks look for our sisn. plant.. highway. 3 mile Ready t Herman Goodwla. Inc.. Broker. 677 Best of reference AU replie confWdentlsL

small cottage new metal shed 1 K.sro Realtor. 672 N. Orange Ave.. ice. leaving Imel.tl 6 wen producing Rex-McOUl R.lte 128 H. Orange 0 O. out N. Orange Ave.. dial 9855.- Box 422 B-Star.
house dock lam chicken of mid-season and Avenue. 1.6. ter. A D.r-
spd r 299.HORTT Be.utu RESTAURANT DoIng
Ilel. 1.t AND
;I ie. ask TOURIST COURT-Hwy. 17-92. H. BAR
810.500 with 83.SOO cash. I bug PRICED RIGHT WeU aU excellently selected 4a 18. JIR
OO net per
Pic 1 I 'Keusl.. .ut HIGHWAY 441-.st.this side of U. 11 unit*. Good buy. Term Betty business of over 85OO
Broker. 2217 Edgewater 3 bedrooms and 5 large a 3 room effIciency bunga
d.n building stock
SECTION Frame hou. Include
t. o Large high 349 Orlando week. Price
D.Phon. seton bu. Trent Evn Broker. N.
4595. room with 2-car garage with er.l. PICK UP-Beautiful two story. S bed
s P. servants
I bdrom Needs some re ..ts. b.th prh. garage lots. and up. .. for Ave Winter Park. 618. equipment. Excellent location. 515.000cash
bu..l. and laundry. AU on landscaped I store bus. Imme.t wash room equipped .It sign. M. A. Sahler. Lk room. 3 bath home wit fruit. 8 will handle balance.on terms.
I P.1 Eder Des t sl shower. acre, pared road. minute 2800 FT. OF OPEN FLOOR SPACE-
LAKE rVANHOE SECTION $ Call Mr. lt This nearly new home aOD. KII.D with Bo.ad. This I not calls please. Be Mr. Mof-
& phone
.o. I reduced a LOT on Start HardIng. near school. drive. Realtor Building located ta industrially No
$35.000. seal location

at ;
Joe O. Just t 18.0. East Fin
ch.rl. Dutch Colonial home. Mne Realtor. 29 W. Wash- S29.SOO Cess than replacement design ..t.. Te Wl trade for .a c.r. Telephone S. C. .u'h coned section of Orlando. Could be fit with O. F .Swope. 60

furnished and -I I.t 6t 8881. for-m sale. Ross Kay Anderson. -i INA T BOU -In a man that D.t.ra H6. used for manufacturing business or Street

on* of 3 Orlando's most 423 S. Orn.e. Jb I I244O. fu this .. .tUa.. of at bom Ea.lent oppor LAStS FRONT-100 ft. frontage on 56 Business Property for Sale warehouse. Lot 63x128. Cavenaugh. BAR AND PACKAGE STORE-8yearlease
&rt. br. sun rm NORTHEAST SECTION- l Realtor 43O8. at 865 month. Owner must
3br. ph. Winter Park. a tourist cot lake. 10 miles
.t.. 2-car .a.e large llda.p fr.I.. bU..lo.. S.n duplex 78M. of .upr. co.Uctlol for a real home wtb com frm b.atlu1 Sln.-fe 1. Owner 2-89. BAR AND PACKAGE STORE-New sell Courtney Realty! 392 H. Orange;
Ter I cop.r. non tile .t central heat well WITRP- and block building with separ dial 2.2471.BUSINESS .
113.5 term and bus. Ex decor age. Some citrus. I wont dl.nt rsP Oh.r LAKE FRONT 260 x 4OO; south coacret for
.It .I.ble
lul.t. the rooms bar and package business.
8100 at for. shore Lake Address GOLDEN HAS IT-Tourist Home.
Allen at 12000. ated. 41 construction or Bolde. owner.
JOhID. Lola nom. .
Rtr. 14 Ra 11.0 furihe. property for isle at Box 418 '- Additional space for meal serv OPPORTUWrniS 515 l 3
Orange: 8612. inHomes. Broken 272.NORTBs&A. month close to 1.-
per 8t.r.
Bu. Itor. furnied. ice. and
W. J. Klstler, opened bar 2-1008. Room 5. 45
." schools. 2 garage of Realtors. 4308. o. R.ltr. LAKE CONWAY have Lcens. I..o Hear Winter Park. Ha 4-room prt- 1920. Phone
ea one very and Steele.B9tSt.
for Fla V.
' Prescott
. occupan roms 5bedrocm Central.
b.t downstairs for owner.
W. Church men
LAKE Johnston Henry. lovely tot left: 140 feet lake front ;
FRONT-2-bedroom house un lakefront 2 bedroom Brer. ing purposes. Lane space
Small down payment 8bub.a. St.. or phone 729R Park.WINTER. WINTER VISITORS -- A HOME Quick possession age. 83.500. term and fronting ft. on p.rll. for tourist upstair Front
2 J.mer.
. flle. .m. (49. bedrooms Will take trailer. 5 h"I. La and rear porches. Partly furnished. Br and Pack***
1005 N.
70 K. Liquor.
mortgage. 23151or condition. old. PARK leaving bungalow of clay til* 2 C.rer. R.ltr. Phone ton only
l P Vetr.D home full tiled bath nicely St. Mt. Dr.. P., lando. mlr do.nt. Garage. 75 bearing tree H. acre Store located on U. 8. Hlw y No.
well 88500. New town is offering C.rr. 1518.
2.278.LK fUrhe. masonry rms. 120.0. C.nn.a.h of tend with 174 ft. frontage on Dally averaee grew Mines
with kitchen equipment at 84300. A with many MAN who wants a LAKE Realtor 4308.BUSINESS 1. In town.
FRONT-New modern home bUD..I. brom. screen porch e. lot frit rsti -l0UO. Intrl.ka traveled bighwsy. Priced tow for Price, 10,000.. pine Inventory.
more water frontage than and Real- loss to him of '12. Can be h.ldd.Ith 1 Wntr.P.rl .. on a good fishing 8200.
wth any p.'I. 1875. RK1 76650O tr. !or.tla I.OT-For lots of quick sale. Some term writ owner.
home around Orlando. 4 improved tor. On.. Phn 4147. 81 0 Peter Brm. until sell .Ot 1. can really live and let the ness fronts 173 ft* on rl 1ut Box 395 8-Star.

I.nda.p land. Really unusual NORTHEAST SECTION-Near Marks with O'H.r.-More. R.lton 10 have 1.6 Summer complete.and the world facilities.go by.Attractive Modern LAKE FRONT tot-In Interlaken; business atrt 205 ft. on We A. Culver Golden. Broker. 111 If.
of past 4 years. A Pine. and believe be the best Orlando Ave.. (Near nderpasaJ..
3 bedroom City Conveniences
8t Sho. roomy place ice In UDU..1 ; re ti t rar.d Excellent location -
Winter. PARLOR-
with its
Well financed. Jim M..CaldweU with an WEST PRINCETON-Two bedroom. t .elr .. Inv. Co frontage 1 Orlando Pe Winter Park. Open Sunday. BEAUTY
Green lrted. t. Un
lea fte. thoroughfare.
Asher Ptr. Realtor cor. Central A El.ntcnditon furnished horn made of brick: 2 Inc. Brle. 17 K. II.t yet 15 dr. Colnl.1! Dr.; dial 8O6S.ORWtN 6 K and terms request. Bt.r on main
dial New equipment
and Price with only screened This prewar bOle UNOpp 3 bedrooms a R. Stewart HI. c limited parking time.
chUdeI 110.0. ph. big room wIth MANOR-Nice near busy 712. IncludingLuminalre" air gondltionCr. -
LAKE FN Modern. 2-bedroom 1.0. for Ray has ..lb oak and pinefloors IY. in good In.. ltrUon. '10. 1. B. Davis. BUSINESS LOT in College Park fast GOLDEN HAS IT-A. C. L. Frontage. automatic water Beater lavatory
b.n..low. S.t :_f. tile non LnnoD with Joe O. Myers.. Realtor. ; Venetian .gas kitchen Pshe R..lto. K. 2-1649. growing business ditct This particular 350*ft. by 550 ft. frontage on bard Records available t* show business.
10 road frDt... running D.I 63. I equipment 150x135.; beautifully Harlow O. Fred HOUSX Co.. t.ka. I _B.r a PALM TERRACE-Beautiful building lot fa 2 stDt fin Investment surfaced road within 2 mile of Orlando Call Mortarty with Joe O. Myer-

t lake. Close to stores bus ..nd'aol. NORTHES SECTION-Frame two grounds. dial 1188.i F. site; lake view and lake front a .0 bune. J.tlo business district. Strategic location Realtor 29 W, Washington Dial
N. best-built
( C. P. Shumway. Real- rick. 118 Orange of the year- Only $1.850 for warehouse distributing
tr 10 N. Orange; 23282.LORRAINSAVS.Wlnter I .1 Elderly bUD..lo.invalid Needs needs 1m.sell.re i "It's great t live in Orlando.1* ,523 E Concord Sunday 3 homes Central Florida. Attractive. 31 N.pree.Carl: 2-O442.Tesder. Developer. .tr BI.ad Tel.Ic.ld plant or factory. Low price for quick 8881.

Park. No 15.0. Call Mr. Bridges with :.WESTMORELAND-726 N. 3 room tile rf. To stories with In. H. Orange; phone ale. Term to reliable party. A. Culver in
city furnished Joe a. 29 W. Washington and bath. Lot 13xI88. all Improve To see a f.f 118.5 and ..r.e.. Overlook W PAdelt IsIS CENTRALL1 Business Oolden. Broker 1121 N. Orlando CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT -
R.ltr. bwute
t.se. e. manufacturing
3bro. I aowod permanent
sport I near Mt. Dora. LT
ho. St. ments. Close to stor. school andbus. del.htfu Lk J.1 section. Property. 10.0OO feetground Ave-- Near underpass Winter Park. retail will sell
Pr and or partnership
rhr. lrl pletely furnished P.
arne bungalow. 145x200 and nicely
Priced sell. Owner.WitR rdl: e .tret R.d Imelt. floor win consider Open Sunday.
prh rfr..r.tor. 0 NORTHWEST 80N-Frle 2 I t von SchIller. Family eitru (495. space or consider offer for entire
terms. A. Glde. bedroom, frme "un.ao. G I PARK-2172 Temple .R.n. 788 tile to .: bdl.. Winter park 1t U long lease. Call on D. P. Bias. Broker.. MONET-MAKING-Ranches. Farm- business- Box 452 S-8tar._
112K N. Orlando .. under- condition. In. Open for inspection Sunday. A D' wtb. Bee this pt. weekdays 24551. I4R Magruder Arcade.CLOSE ._ equipped and unequipped. Motel CABIN COURT on S acres highway
P'NWinter Park .ppIDtlt
Open Bnnday.LAKEVIEW I Owner offer. Stripling I- IN-4 unit apartment house Taverns. Hotels Gas Stations. Stare
bUD.lo. wit
..nt E. Morse Ke 1 and Indian River. Restaurant
NEW HOUSES-Ready for C.Rat. TWO
M. J. Broker 132 facing Shop Home etc. outsundln values
1th S 12.br. Ithe. L IHnn tf.rlh Ideal for home In and furnished modern borne included
-715 Florida Avenue. Main phone 191. and garage.Orounds Unde 18.02r. F. Circe. .ea Lake l.r, MIl priced 113..D Great variety lae.. price prseose.Get Plenty room for extra cabin* and

I.nds.p. Anidealspot blol. G. prt Groves for Sale b.uUfal I.le fr. other b.cls 81 terms. Courtney Realty; 392 local list*. C. U Bray. street trailer park. Immediate peeseigloo.Ei -
You NORTWET-.tiD 2-bro. for no city .3 mont county Realty. W. Colonial Ot. Orlando
are Invited and rm..n1: .tr pr e. ante; dial 22471.CLOSE 3If possibilities. $27.500. term*.
r I R. 12' S. 20 H.ro. e. b.e. Combined depth 2 .ltb' Fla. Phone: 2-1378. Street
lust t.s. fet 5
prior war. Lovely hardwoodfloors Call Lekejlew. Several IN- 4-unlt apartment houvg. Stripling with M. t. Moa 13th. Bro
Open dally 2 t p m. (13.500. full tOe .u flpl.c. S Park e.. Winter P.rl. 1.I Park.For.. Sa. Tree.c.came thro.cl fe oaks orn.e soil.. furnished. 3 rooms and 2 prch Green Catalog--Over 25OO tanains ker. 132 8. Main phone 6977..
Coast-do-Coast. Mailed free. Tell as
this to appreciate I WINTER PARK-Close homet. l.bt
-(5.500 down. (56 I and outstanding ra. 812.OOO. .- Army owner l. S.erlc.. Ph C.lbr. 783 Ca city ..tr. telephone .U."Ie each uni. '12. Wailer. R what yew want? Wberer When Price? CONCESSION bowling alley
month b.ut Pe 1 ty two left of $1.OOO .tDe. good business at a banate. 25Mies
terms. room bungalow furnished. S acres Perr. 1. R.ltor Terms? We win try to save yow Time-
70 E- C.re. excellent Movein. GROVE *cre 305 for both.. J. C. Brossler. WliklnsonDrive. Money through our helpful 47-yr-old Orlando. Box 434 It-Star.
LAKE MANN. SECTION-New 2-bed- R.ato. Carter.Ceo..L 9516. Pb.e A I Betty"s 1595. Broker.tum. 'l TEN- A t. funtoached by .o.Phone 2-256 CLOSE-IN CORNER-Excellent for service. Strout Realty. 318 S BV W. CLOSE IN-Grocery and meat mar
room and
bath tBustr I
with plastered block bungalow ter Park. 61$. Open house today. Come ). a nice 2br. ATTENTION HOME BUILDERS!-We duplex doctors offices antique Colonial Dr.. Orlando. FlaFuOse ket. New futures and Mock. Long,
..II. Lace privileges. NORTET-; 1 block a have shop. etc. Extra room for additional 2-1375. Streut Sells LIst Year. Howl lease. Reasonable offer
inspect this frame .ol cr a limited number wasted
0"$5750. r. Brasa CUe room sad WINTER PARK-2 blocks from High b..lo. Ad..t t s.re o with _
E. Central Avt.LAKX I.I bath; near Pr", ( some I 4 blocks from ins room wills f.pl.c. sites In and 1.Ud.P 11.5 tr. BIO BUSINESS CORNER;-North Or- Rover Realty 62Z.Ch.rchl_ 2-3433.
C. 1 Sol RWD. Co HKitt-
Ph. 2-2889 8.0 I bath1 etc. on 100x140 ft. I. .0 tr. G. ta Dnbsdread Country Club 10. 'o O snse. excellent. Term Room for t rnurr smrrmo BC/OIMCCO ana
bedroom trs .ppintlnt I.n..I. yrs. old. 6 bearing 2-31'8. Section both paved and unsaved SchlHer, Realtor. 7186.
lV.iioESCON2 screened porch. rlokln. Lake I frl' buildings Pick this up now. ClsTbaagh. novelties. Stock and lease. 83.500.
Excellent NORTHWEST SECTION mot Virginia. Price. Can Sam Pl.shrub .n nice streets. These lots are attractively Realtor. Metcalf Bldg. Phone Infant stock and lease well located.
1.toL Completely ftml old 2-bedroom bungalow tl. Wright with 110.75. Realtor, property. Priced and wen lo.t. Secure your i CHENEY HIGHWAY locations 5613. Showing good prof it.

ed for Call &ofi Jo. kitchen and bath screened prrh Winter Park.Dfd $7.5. partly furnished. ORANGE-26H acre excel future homeit ao. Brother I for Tot .0. Bn. WaIler wr Roulston Realtor; 140 BOrne .
O. Myers. 69.
Realtor 11. garage. New d prmi or see Geo. F. Brass e on nigh knoU near lane 235 N. 1 phone 7559. Station. Str et. Priced : 2-2532.
furniture. Brand kitcheVNice WINTLR PAK Chc Orl.nd Ave. McKenney.
L AS-DR1J=large bedroom living and must ::consider .I.eID Large AM. buncalow.;. ..be ...r..two C.nt _fr* .D...i.aI f.tar 5!. Country Property for Sale 2-7144.Broker. .'5 ter.C.I., Hlb.A Dial 200 X 358 FT.-0.8. 17-92. FILLING .STATION Doing good K. Orange business.Ave.location. .
room overlooking
b.utlu Lk. L sonable .1. 'U r lots. For Iukl 11375. Mrs. I* a real buy. Yo i N* better motor court location aver Telephone 92O*. Sunday from 8 n.m.
rater; B.utiu lD.p lt 2-4189 Ple.te .I Ph B. O. 36 Dr.: A UBh cheap. 4 investieate at once. CABIN COURT O S &highway 1 COLLEGE PARA-Dupiea. 2-alory Orlando. Between Fakrkaak* Av*. soul 4 p.m. Weekday from S a.m.ntU .
fruit 1. Truly Ph. 267-M. Park. .leMn. prh 2 baths. Only 826.5OO. (85OO cash No. 1 aD Inl. Restaurantand stucco on cement, furnished. Circulating and nderpais. My sign I* on prep 0 is.OROCERYMARKKTldeal.
a dream home. appotnt- ORWIN MANOR SECTION-Strictly Trade with Pwaidlouts oil heat. 4 rooms and
2th St b t1 1 erty-Drive by-Step--Look It ever-
to see this WEST SIDE-New concrete block. ed. Plenty i location
offering. Har- brand new "Speciallxing "
bunga 2
Sent r.r masonry "fo 50. room with bath and a
& .
m.r Ralt. "Ia 2 famished
:Count the passing cars
2-bedroom bungalow. For Peat Office la
a. Fredrick. 119 N. Orange. Dial 88400: 81600 sale by trailer war nearby towm.
1. Prt. ra b J. P. O. Box SEEING I Ma 2-14. Big 1.t limn iimu. : : : 6GOO cottages. Incweae $40 per week. Good equipment low rent cvti
18. .. payable O.nr. Add D. 8. BEGU terms aoa: $ tpucbase
11 bl. 27. I Iir' not Included*. Plenty
a Owner' unit
: building at the below
great to live. In Mr. with J. B. 145 N. CI 3ef Stripling o' replacentewt -
Olndo. D.n M.tt f1m1e. 145 ca ker. 132 Wt. M ..13h.. .I 412. of depth for farther developmeat.Owner's coat. 88OOO. C.
LANCASTER PARK-1322 Sr 5.ORWI Small IT OR NOT. we want your "a DELIVERY SERVICE-Small Delivery chanced plan necessitate Realtor. 104 X. Jefferson. 3-ta4Evis.
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Drive. Furnished two bedrooms t. ct.ae. Lights and water. Chicken mor..er. listing now Buyers want COUNTRY PROPERTY fro I Service WeU eblih. Dodge quick ctlon. The reduced price I*
room home; extra lane living room MNOR. not. rns. month broiler capacity.$22OO. with 3 Idr h tile bath priced grove with early I Orlando city limit 1. d 146 Truck. and 819.73O. Make your own term. Asher GROCERY-MEAT MARKET EstaW

Brand new electric kitchen equip- new but better than new t. lt. ..(138O ra(1O mo. Ktu.e ..U'ment 10 ft l fo. fruit. B.r E .or" Co. off new hlb.at 2O .Acre of eapa I Telephone. Netting approximately Peter. Reltr. cor. Central and buildiatot.fished buslnes. : Bnck front frame
leD U two ear *arae* with apartment dyrnested iDde and _t Fo quick Rult 1-74. 13. .ra crk rD. through 875 per week. Cash. See Main 2-O786. building basin***, stock
; nice corner l nicely landscaped sale S1O.7OOOO. range PARK AVE.-East, near Schiller. Realtor. 7186. F. P. In 2 Cltrr Mr. WoUom P..2 Shepherd equipment *nd good wUl *a included
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; Is I 591O I Contact us for detail .
opportunity Realty *
T. Walter W. Completely famished bun Co. X. Washington
, rr r.frl..r.tlI R J. Orne. c Acreage for Sale 2 & H rtow o. Fredrick, 118
that have Club on Cheney M. Ora.gGROCERY .
you Company. Irwin office 4* cash; all Highway. Phone 5124. :
16. .klt. STUDIO HOUSX To the Dial 8188.
been seeking In .
bornood an exclusive neigh -3558 N. Orange Avenue 49 NOrange (350 : the admirer of -2O acres of Winter CHULUOTA-2-bedroom block bungalow DELANEY ST.-511. Tourist home. 57. Real Estate Exchanged
highly rtrlt. for only Annu" s M..t Chef range. O.nr occupied we address this on ea near Gold- I ; 100x100 ft. lakefront tot I fine income STORE Stock and flxtwe -
1.5. 19 first. Broker. 6 .rt .a. h.h. Winter completely furnished Second .a It InaU *. (3000. O. T. TJpchaw. Ocoee,
Harlow O. Fredricsv ORANGE CITY-Very fine residence Lr. D b. t distinctive a on I ; el kD .t. t B. l STEUBENYILLE. OHIO I0-roeca Florida.
Orange. Dial 8188. 11 la Central Florida community best N. Brown; dll 2-121 fo a. highway at Ridge attic fan U bath Ph a1 P i GUEST This property brick home: hot water neat new;
location 8 first floor living .P Kittredge. Realtor 2369 BOMEl double brick GARAGE' and paint shop. Now
great live In Orlando." : r WAHOTON S. E.-du- on the B.h. G B close toeverything carpeted to the walla open
-I. t room kitchen pantry cellently .D for Orlando and doing cood basmcM. Has
room room. b and studio FERN PARK-9 I downtown. I* nicely garage: will exchange won
LFNT2 bedroom lane Krne porch: second floor 4 kitchen breakfast nook pt and gift shop or tea shop. acre*. Curry Jost off m. r.e. 0 furnished and has an Income from property call S12._ _ derful oMiblittea Price for quick
about 2 bath: a furnished: a on both sides. Completely f.r living. room kitchen SEONI acre graded ln "o- of more than WILL EXCHANGE room house sale. (2000. Clark F. Bryan. Bvaiste
acre land fruit and shade about 7 completely Priced ( some great screened R". 11. er rfa fatl .14 be OpportvciUe I3O a'Court St. Orange
rer.te. :0. t.rs .D Lake H An i. for r. A I in best part of Lakeland far S
miles out. on ,. bus at door 2 a cl.r fa .c. ee atr Hotel 2.023jlContinued
.t Lobby phone
Imm"l.t. li at the Veterns' Real Estate along rear. Priced today M. J. value at '42. yield O an Investment of 822 OOO. mom house in Orlando or vtetaity.
See Gould with Johnston BeD. owner. S B_ Morse Aeenry; 29 Court 2-4481 18.0 00. C Mr. Morskl Broker. 132 7.h Main lJ er per month. cs. I Mr. Lyle with Herman Goodwin. I_. Writ J. J. Brenncnv 1151 Cdtewood

.-Broker. 6 W. Church.: Orange City. Fla. Property management. B.r.Mo. 2-20 109 K. r. Central and Mam; :-78 I Bke.677 N. Orange Ave, dial 9855. Dr.. Lakeland. Fla. On Next Pare

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H 10.' Business-.Opport1l1lftlfS.! 60r Business Opportanltirs'DEPENDABLE -Help Wanted-Male 6 9. Work Wanted-Female "4. WantedGET '
6S Auis.TraUe 73. Autos for Sale 7 6.. Trailers-Trucks for Sale I '

r OROCXRT-UXAT< MARKET. doin* ADVERTISED and BARBER at once. Must be first class TTPIPT-ldIddI. aged, wants permsPent .nbn firnlfnrl-irtaj

(700-S800 per veek. 4-room lirioc confidential listings are alwaysl and sober. Iota Barber Shop Or.l.ndo' position; steady and accurate. HOUSE TDt 2 ft_ FLORIDA I

quarter duplex buUdlna; rented. for. waiting for -Placing only conditioned shop. Box 419 8-Star. u mO "up new "WORLD'S LARGEST
tap .Oi. a I M1HUTES FORD 1934 coup 83': tube 16.1947 PAGE 15CA1
a month I
Fh. a-4841. the bl.e.you prefer is my bu.t 22 E W1111 8t new. Very nb ar t. 915 P.re. le.. t,MRC .
V. Steele. Sine Ik. .10 !1"p fou. I Porbs.
OROCDYI ne. Pot COUPLE 70. Work Wanted-Male W* pay cash for make or model ( Smith Ford.
AT and IllUoc station; Central.PRE8COTT WANTED kitchen work. : dol' to tk. ii vti'TRA.ILER.-2s'. Trailers-Tracks Sale DEALER"R.
01 for
livlaOjuartera; partly furnished 2-108. Wee Housing Phone car. H* delay o"a Drive I 1935 sedan ; good built Sprl lt. 71 _
tood location; oa Chuluota Road. : V. I offers PID Lake Wale fRne 21-11 CPr Immediate work. 1 .tt your pr. and well buy motor; good rbbr 195.40_ listen new. Cl. .
Ovtedo. Must loll at onee; owner tm Station that .or t 1. I.CAE 8e Inle.t.Palm Tar If I.s worth t mODe to this! Fod. sedan83'; beg 1'1. tires electric brakes. SPECIAL FOR thIs week only. TheM
Ul health. Phono 2761. asked location eldf remodel hs. Big Phone motor and look refricerator; apt. sue bUe .tUr ae brand new Alma
pvtedo. Fla: or. .1332. 5.0 'V. Steele.' Sine 120, Di ly. preml., ree free. 829. Starilng.Alesandrr N. k.265. J. dr.u. 33 E. Rob xaa .t very raon.bl. S 0. rooms. S1S73; Supe
Pt Motn .
Mlxpah 61 .
Wet Central. MIc T.ft I C-k Color man, .e&r An. inson. a te oer. Sunny r S si893; Zimmer Tan S.
210. Or"l Poe
787a South Trailer South Orange .
GROCERY and Meat Market Vrm BUSINESS Restaurant CLR CKhprK' 2nd. e.c. 8.3 Btr. 3 room S2495: easy trt op EAS

stock new fixture new bnndrn aMA(25 per day ...It (IS prmotl' 0 wae. AI17 T CEP class; helper, if Blossom Trail. t 2 mouths Pn Tae
Densely populated community. Lone \e rent. S3.8SO, Cafeteria.DRY Kaley; pleas HOUSE TIN.UoD 24 fU: Sale 201 W .Blossom TaU
time lease. or you can boy the ban&- ... B aCt CLEANING-Bouteman phoD nede Eu FRANK REED really know how t BtNlMI. coupe:"rdi. heat must lU .ek. from SPECIAL-Mew 23* Prairie Schooner.
Rat. R 27.DICE
In,. Second floor baa S-bedroom far J'-Arcade; own car or truck. Phone .It get the high dollar for your car m. 1946 $1.750 (1.550. 12 8. oD 3-room OFFERS
nished apartment Also rental eottac t 2-3. NAVY VETERAN .u Cash in fire- mut Why Hudson coupe: Trail; Or". T tra tlPlet..el ,
ta rear. Lot SOxlSO. Please call DRIVER and proo man Apply l D\D as cook. Has 'em. Give 1875. Box 430 3-Star. bu\ BIO ht. tr.t.6plJ tt. LARGEST SELECTION
61.: Bank Loans .1 c.ne. HOUSE Best b.n.l.I Wayer.
at office for complete Frank A He. Co 8 a Hughey five earen. Can farl 201 N. Blossom TI. b 0 12.15. -v 1
del. I T.I 78. Hoosier Trailer Blossom
607 &. references if delred. Phone 2-240. LASALLE-1938. c..rlbl good 1. P.rk O. LOWEST PRICES "
et R.ltr. I WE WOULD LIKE to buy good used: condition P 22nd off Blossom..ii'RAflERSPor .
; 700. Or. T.u _
FARM LABOR-Experienced: must MASON-Pint Block laid Et
phne 2"11" I .I. BAL LOANS cost you less .oa prea.Itnl.10 \1 each or by c Call 6789 lO can. Ce.ta Florida Motors cor. d.l'8 t 6. -____ __ rent. Anls. FINEST QUA
GRY.KK-m Barter* Bk Cmp and 2 contact. D. P. toweL Georgian Hotel. W.sbln.to. S L. P. .. .ber. 3330 S. Or- '
t 21 Wes Churc LASALLE- sedan In FOR USED CARS AND
IfladlDi do the Wen te l. I Hagan. Ph. 2-2Ut Night ad week \ 2-0 perfect $ 1'OU
.tahed .
flurln get 8.34 FORD MECHANIC-Experienced. Apply Job ate ends. can teen at 117 TaU. '
per 10. lnt :iGH WATMN .nt conditon b LIABILITY
16 mont Mr. 2-37L K HOUSE 1nished. BURGLARY IX FLORIDA
Summer In I get 12.50 M. Col.or Fljnn. Cen 41 reliable; StMOTR TIIPletll AU.
fastest L.t OD o t.t ( .get 1-P.Jet 16.. tra "otr 100 W. Jeffer en furnish A-I references; .cmoat. .. FIRE. ETC.
110.1 a t 2. O 22424.YLIRNITilU. pi 75. Autos for Sale electricity. WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD
Prtc ** r.1 etat. 812OOO ( Pow get 279-Payments 25 OO ID 121 1. iP B.utJrs b..tr

Terms Louise 8. Dl".. Brokr. ( 400. .get 372-Pamsnts 33. Ul and light PAT TIME JOB-Ph. 2-2044. or AUTOMOBILE AUCTION Brtih Eniel. ,duty 156.. Ak Blossom S.m Hoosier Trail. Trailer NSURNCELundquit -

27 W. Washington 112. ( 1..0 get 465-PJe.t 4' upholsterer;. AP17 t Box 4128Star. .rt Willie.C. E"a. General Wednesday at 2 SABe" L "aiID .Ith construction tires. Or.na. !
get Lockbart. tr.bout HOWARD HOUSE 7'RAILER-Mov-
JEWELRY 6TORZ-In eomroanlty 10.0 lJalleu 8. sell your automobile or at Sale price (249. R. 8. this Agency
En.6 the must sell beautiful trailer I.
o A" .0Dt p1eDt mo.t MECHANIC front .
5OOO -To IB highest used car If you want Phone 4321.
approximately 1 IT* el pri. home 30 feet long lovely interior $295.00
ppul.\D : mnt. aI.P.u end and brake thoroughly 71. Airplane Sales & buy. will model and .
Only we 2.4
Clean stock no Clptl rnt lcd 1. manc t Sure t wed- MOTORCYCLE Late 1946 Indian fully carpeted electric rfr.ertlon 5 Meal P
trained including 1946 and 1947
quarters if Firstluatlonal l.kS. Chief; cheap; perfect condition innerspring stationary H3S
e 4. eDra.b : Pscksrd
l"ID S Truck
deth. T. need ., AT-6 PLANE demand for clean. la' b
.ppl licensed *
Good irJllns C. Bank I. -FnBy for day el telephone 7950 .
.I reU B at Orlando floor or 2212 Princeton innerspring sofa bed. tire and
J.CfuD .t must b funhed Apply. Boons and and night flying full Instrumentpanels car*. boat miss these salea. Court ready to Here real iuurylome 193$ Dodge 4 rr sedan
2-164. R.lt. .1o & Comp.nl. .eUen less than 10 hours on the We w be expecting you. Gainesville C see rl1 you l most trailers WYKYGYL MOTORS 1 932 Chevrolet 2 door i
-1947 Barley-David I lda.
Price Market,
( be
Two truck MANAGER-For packing motr. C.I seen G.uaenU.110r x nnlivabl want something better 193
JOBBING BUIE 68. Loans Up $300 ho 0Pr.c Airway Phone son overhead; actual Ford Pick-up'
t and capable at the 5 me 1947 FORD CONVERTIBLE 1
and and confectionary Orlando h.a 5.AUOMOBI loaded with will tat at 2600 Via Tuscany. Winter CU 1941
ea.bled plus Inventory. of packing opera airport. AUCTION Every a"eurl. ll e mile north of Alabama Low Like New. Cole Coupe
rats .0 Furniture. Diamond loans cane bd trade for car; 3O6 P.rk Me. .
-v $ Urge volume fruit CUB and o'clock. Duo th* Rol s- Phone Orlando. 2-3882
Box 394 8tr' Finance Company. J. P.Bur.e. frh PIE SA8 MrI Taal \ ond 8t. Ph. day on
UTTLB for Manager. Metcalf Build shipper. Must know fruit and understand melat. new ca tr.len we .er having can night Snord I. w eek d.n.IENATONA. 1946 "L" BRA TC
HLM-.t.urnt 20339.8 coloring operation; bays knack eln .. T-rft end trucks we bad to change our 13-) Club -
colored m I w fl.Jan te. for handling employes; no rove and super rent. dde back to Tuesday. You can bu7 NASH-119. ereDent eontoD$700. Large panel Beautiful Sea .Green.

'Itu. per week- CASH LOANS MADE Quk. (10 t aaDnl'oD bU1e. or harvesting Airpark 2 mile east of Winter Park. from the cheapest to the best in Ul PI. 59. 429 eel.. new U. 885O. $395.00 f

Im. t (3OO.On your car cte. permanent posi Veteran Training. sale. We are having over loo ca NASH 1939 4-door Just 8s 8tar.INATONAT.o mi SUPER
94% Owner leaving rO' 'hte 1 BUC
heat Aetna Finance Co.. 311 a Oranc right Give full detai lP.TRF41.. each and every week. Don't cheat overhauled by Nash .sa.New 1939 *.-ton Convertible 11 1 door sedan
must sell at once. .n'
II.t. D' m opposite City Hall. of reference, and yourself. yon want to sell or buy paint; perfect .enel .. 5455 for .p
e"Dr.c. BCM-D I
8. Central AT r .a.J top condition. 4.0
th br.a CASH LOANS. letter here Golf Livestock I Winter concbol. 80. C Information.LUGGAGE m.
premises. k made oa fur I I fl' \D 31 Culver J-l. licensed b Te.d.J. Park. 12. 1.
S Dtur. alt dlmo.d Or I 8t.r.PRTE two place. Lycomin 125 hp. tricycle Lakeland OLDSMOBILE-1946 TRAILER. new; very 118 TOt "DR amA
NEBRASKA and N. Fern
and ho_. CreekStore and I l 0. Blm. FlnaD c 307 for night work from 5 t gear. Aeronca K .grade A cover Florida. .fro Hiley I 1.0.Stato.OD S cheap: can b seen at. 139 J New 1. 14 IUe.. baut .
Ju. Metcalf Bide. I Apply Buddie needs right .
property. 812 'jQO. Jo. "le. Sell best cash offer AUCTION Every Orlo Vista Winter H.mDhlr $95.0
Onu. LOANS ON BOUSF2-You can get J(. Orange AY.PLT Jemleson Box906.. DeLand. Tuesday One O'clock. W* bays we,. H panel truck New The Widest Selection of Reasonably t
NURSERY acres approa1at1 mall loan k"! Florida. one of the belt automobile sales In PLYMOU-1H Priced Exceptional Car I Bale Motorcycle 41.
I on your property WANTED Moat PLYMOUTH Vi "I" OH7
1939 4-door
1 : tr. .nC moor. lu..ble. ;
garden room d"eU.t I ly; **e us. Florida cec' 21 W. tP .... Phone 2.4855. TWIN ENGINE raU. oa Grumman the South One customer has alreadyregistered good paint, new .Ur Best a See 48 1 The 1935 paek.r 4 door

1. t.l culUy.tr. .pr.J- I Pin*. lit stairway e& Grand PRESSMEN Widgeon: 15 1946 moe cars for buy la town at (845.apholtr. like, PACKARD Can be 1941 Ford len
also o platen pressmen I.d. I. le.t Jeep
capal 188 ABUNC
et. 3 I.d .It 120 Theater. Veteran' .est Tae.J. .1. uarantee Amphl11
feet road ta I for New Era Web tr.lnl. Ayl.to. w* to 300 car at nextSundays new; the only business eoup int used nle17 p.ne or pickupruck. NEED 1939 Ford Truck "
with about Johnson 19 LOANS MADE from (10 to (300: color press; wit or can Chief Press. Country Cub Pi Winter 86z 10 want to buy town. It won't b here lone 11.615. 345. R. 8. .B.n.ll .
ry. Broker. h.1..ah St.QRANOB .! strict privacy; fast service. Family popka. Fl.SURVEY or sell don't miss O sale. You can Chevrolet. eO.Y.rble; Lot. cor. Garland and Aela Open USED CARSDESPERATELY
Cada Finance Service. Inc. 32 W. Central Automobiles for Rent buy from the th buy at (1295. you will Sunden. Dial 2-1023. o
WORK to to the best.
N. (Just off Opportunity
) che.p.t
AV LneeODrt Ave. Phone 9857. -_ Follow the .ee. Che"rlet 1941; panel 'IRAILER-27 ft .j
earn good Phone WhiterPark rr.d Livestock s. 1945 Roy In
( blOt.X large Iot R.tl 4 OUT OF ft who ask for a loan her; 495-J Klnda mofeJ.between and CAR-RENTAL. INC..-High grade Insured Commission Comnanv-Lakeiand. delyeJ I. in every rnD excellent eeondltion. Craf. $595.00
(24.500.anUa' .. and .p.nment -get on*. Personal Finance Co..24 12 am.SHIPPING. 1 cars bJ week or season t BUICK Late 1.115.. M.r.. Used C.r for quick sale. See R. Douglas r"ht 1
super 1 Out of
fU at the High Rent District .
I _. responsible Call tor.
Orange. Room 2. S09. .
in 214.Robr pople 2-1t.5 black all slelr 1.1." 1941
U.e Str. .tk. faare. E. Mgr. CLERK-Preferably uPnenced Livingston extra* 5.000 easy Trailer ap.ret. Wet AT WOn Station Wsson
Park 1
Wole. after (2.685. Box 415 PACR13801 .d.n very blok -
2.0. Apply MoD morn D. U-DRIVE-IT-Drlvs It.our.l P..t pary Sta.; Sun- villa stores on nor o 1938 Lincoln 4 door sedan .
with new concrete block QUICK CASH LOANS Furniture I. Hlple. phone VANE. BUICK 1941 sedan. .Ie t.d. Se 700 N. MILLS
F horn. Ideal for liquor and restaa- i not and auto 2-hour servI rates; by mil or day. Supr. tor day W. PrleetoD THE DEN-Palace trailer 22' Toilet .
k fault 13.0. CrAmn Real .. Th I]) Loan .. 501 Florida I TRAILER1TES anywhere. Write-Earn Holcort(2 an hW. D.. U-JJrive-It. .234 W. e R.co and clutch hea "otr oyerh.11 PAC CLIPPER-.-1942 touring and wash basin: iZxi$' NEAR COLONIAL 1J.
375 rt Bank Bids. W. Callis. Central Ave. Phone 2-3153. ne. eo tl. II porch &M
: Venetian blinds
and excellent ;
a this
1r O.n. & E.st. Pa. for personal interview. see cr R. S full equipp. .Ie" I .
Phone 503
2-164 HERTZ SYSTEM Evans. 400 N. dial t A at (1640. furnished. Carolina
DR-t-EL 4771 and b.autu Mo Trie
i WESTERN ELECTRIC Dl C.-Haa. it 303 E. : Park. N. Oranee $695.00 1'
ORANOK TRAIL-If iI World leet system. ask fo Blackman. B Spruce Ave. BI" T.I.
JLI. for with mech .i .
alt with YOU BORROW opn. "etra1 Drive a new car off N. Or.n.e.PAC194 TRUCK
rt. Chevrolet
I CA IID.tun. BUICK-1939. 1942 1937 PontIac
w l"e.t Ui. buiIdmnow furniture-. aD cmuD.Uo.esprenc with eonfdence. Also truck for convertible Phaeton;; flat body low 1t. Convertible Coup 1
Clipper 4 ; dual
rDt door :
00.1 work new new top. 695. 410 W :
I to and .
904 N 193
will stop look- Corporation. 400 North Orange. Fast Phone Pat good tires CARS Bedan
on prar. of telephone central office 8211. ad.n. Baatlal black n.11 A : new paint Job: priced to QUA Btadeb.tr
ins Income (1O per I friendly service. Ph. 7136. Offices at equipment. Consideration liven JA-U-DRVEI. INC.-Rent a car real b.rl.in .495. R. Ey.a: sell. (1395; also H-toa Dodie truck. 1138 Packard 4 door sedan r
month not. including new homo to Coco and Winter Haven. in starting salary for experience Jep. *. Every car Insured. BUICK-1939 conYr'bl; perfect 60 dial 4321 and ask 1942; motor in A-l .hap will fell or -4 CADILLAC SEDAN
into developlncta I condition; 746 ,. Av*. for trade for and beater.
are Servicemen
more yon welcome. No red Kenney.PLYMOU1937. cash or Bldrm.trdi
.bU this type of Age 2 .o _ ca
I eb.and ;.Ue park. Single some 011 school 1 t tspe. (20 d.It a 2-4347. 142 01 phone 2-2913. 4-door deluxe;: ters. Phone 708. l P.cl l new. ,
educ.toD N BUICK
T. easy t rn ._ Mortgage Loans Must be willing work Garland -1938 Century club coup. : good buy. Shorty TRAILER 17-ft Indian. good '
party. Can 2-O642 for 13 t frol Clean (750. .o.haD. 1 4 BUC SEDAE 4
appointment to show. Kxcuslve. 1.A home.ment. Call 9086 mtlw.ppt OLIN'S for V-DRVE-I.. DC.Ne" day.ears Zelma Inide.. out OWer 10 I St.ton. Winter O.rd.. Baler's condItion:" re.ln.ble. Orange pre. Apply Trail T $795.00

L.. Ohio.. Broker. .108 a Court. F.H.A.-LonI-term. low-rate. OonJ week or Open rte. til BUICK-1939, sell equity or PLYMOUTH-1934: good condition;;; at 37tb St. ''t car practically l". 1140 Hudson Sedan 1
BORN It took a mo.tl cap drives nice. 1947 C
ment-insured mortgage .. oibuilding. BEE AE' of American 9.00. 24 2-81.e"eD.. (875 cash. South; after 1 East Spruce. 19. TRAILER Completely equipped; excellent '4 62 CADILLAC SEDA 1940 Plymouth Wagon
RESTAURANT of city;; balln. or refinancing. Call t t. ab1. pm. Phone 4774.BUICK B drl.t1 radio lato.
with ( fme lear to Trntgiwasing :; or see Realtor. 2 WWashington maho. To.l. the santo 73. Auto Service 8 PACKAI96 DeLuxe Clipper 5" to ( eondltoD 4. R.dY. 1939 Buick 4 .01*edaa JL.
shown -1937 rIL HOler P. Ao' D"
mo.; Il. 4891.RESTAURANT ._, 888L, aeln. ronYrtlbl. eoup. adan. Lu.toa. blak. Just 16. 6. a".n B .
1.8"1 &Ph. who .serving their.coon- radio heater. broke it AI.mont ..F. '41 SEDAN
-Main highway..Beau: try by defending the peace. The .AUTO REPAI and Painting. The Thomas Trailer Park. Pine Castle. still new Will aDde. 10.0 UTILITY for; BUC SPE .
tu dining room and living quar FIRST MORTGAGE LA8 all I .kin. and .pttude will develop you G.r.e. formerly the Lode BUICK-1936 2-door : offer .m.ll Can be an bAt sea food TAIhlippd Rea- Rdlo .tr. nice
wr. Oerlot. lake. The beauty .p: type of weU lt .I physically and the Star Garage. 1317 W. Grand Ave. callS perfect. Nice s.1 Meba.t: Saturday 1215. until s.noon d.J.I sonsble. 39OO y"et.bl.. Fslrbanks Ile.Ave. elal er. $895.00

of a Bat propre. ltree low as 4.. service you ,1 do your country Is and Orange BI0 Tr.n now open finish. with good radio good I 1021 Sh.dJ SaDdal. YOUR TRAILER '41 62 CADILLAC SEDAN
*er Realty. 2-0074. Prepay Consider this: The for business .. Eupp Ln. hunting days will
eteaprIY'e.= I Ilealrable. rubber Your U you hurry PLYMOUTH: 1942. DeLuxe. 4doorbrand ;; b over when yon see our late 1946 Hydramatic. radio and heater 1940 Mercury 4 door sedan
(ree.i Army cffei '
RADIO AND ELECTRIC repair shop you a AUTO BRAKE for
: ] and R. 3. A really
Evens 101
W. Glider. car. :
-1 ideal phono I R.ltr.12 N. ,Phone profession gives you free food alignment. JOB .bel 195. Phone Ce.era new mot 9 mo.t ago 25rt 3 smartly finished D. 1940 Ford 4 door Deluxe Sedan
loctl 21t Pr ao 1-.1 296 and ask r : 2-tone aluminum
Aye (950 Phone
ln. Whel Blue '
for lal. living quarter;. h.h wsies the balanced you .alt. den Exchange Wlt.r Gar 10"new condition by. Brand; 42 DODGE SEDAN 1948 Fiat Convertible
HOME LOANS-To build purchase, finest mel and care tr.nLrn.ton. A Sons 1010 W. Church.AUTO .. or Box Str. priced. tbro.hot Fairly Lots of transportation.Radio .- C.up
RAMIE like P.nf the .
-Century sedan 1938. Ja' if Chevrolet Cargo
PB Wo t .. and PLYMOUTH 1940 4-door you and beater. 1'4 Track
; .875
who .refinance and repair. Prompt service. releDe.t pny.t ad.n want .
cott I Itret pay. payroll SEVIEe d.l service on o"ler. Inquire Amoco good condition: 5 good tires most for your money. 733 1941 Dodge 4 door
Senle : (795; .
Reduced planservice dedaeto.
in Pont S. OrlandoAte..
la..tlne. eot Complet I Winter Park l.
pslntlng. 41
B 41 8tar. plans;, chance to save you oher tln. 21 Conw.J Roed. phone PACKARD .SPECIAL 1941
RESTAURANT- a cPRt! ".I.ble. house Inludlnl have .h.t it take..monel. .I the bl. .ork. b.lancID slmonlv- ,-. PONTIAC 1942 2-38. NEW 1947 ALL Aluminum Club sedan. RadIi and bpete. Pot Sedan
et-up.; new. ..tlral- 'Dleatton. .n loe1 Wm physical and mental qnali- or anything Pontlac. BUICK-116 Ro.dmuluenet. 6" club coupe. Ra arc rrtvlDg We Tralr F Everything original. 1942 Ford 4 door sedan
B.yl neceuaJ dio. Extra dell 105.
62 W. 11" "U. equIpd .Ith risen 1195. Heintzelmans. .
Pederl Lan Colonial Dr., -
for a bndle Good a. Assri1.. 224 Park Ave. Winter.F.r. set full detal from teAr 22310. radio other Olin;a Inc., 36 W. Ace used trailer in at once; up t '41 PONTIAC "8"Convertible 1941 Pontiac 4 door aedta 1
19.500. Harlow Freck 118 'B. Recruiting St.to.. ( ALIGNMENT Free Inspection. Used Cars. 142 N. Garland Ave. phone 67$9.PLYMOUH. l.I."tol 24 mlnU. to finance ,. 1942
Or.ne. Dial Silt BOM LANSW. want to help you' Bldg.. Orlando. Fa. Prompt repairs by expert mechanics. phone rent .I trailer coupe Very cuD Po.t.3 door tedsn
build a new one. 234.BUICK 1940 sold eyeJ S13SO. 1940
A one-stop service at 2-0 sedan during this Chrysler Sedan
RSTAURIdel. lo.tl( and We wm gIve Ol prompt service. Office 66. Help Service 3OO N. Orange Ooe.r' -.1939. 2-01 Sedan in excellent .'. Used Cars 142 N. In seversl trailers. Central ..rflre.p '39 PONTIAC "
darlnl .12l 9 during week: 9 to Sale Want eondlUo. 4 OsrlsndAve.; 24347. Isrgest Trailer Sales. 8 SEDA"
bon Sunny
South Extra
per month. Lone a AUTO nice
12 First Federal Savingsand BDY and painting; practically new tires. One ownersince Trailer sn.
withr..'K, Hastinss. .a 8turdaJ. ATTENTION WOR 93'. 4-door sedan Park Sales and Service, 1216 I .
.wagon and new and has been given < .
of Jbbr .ork the S 8 Ornee 38
tr. R. C Ce.trl And.: 4237. B Pine St..A"ltiD Orl.ndo 71$.Orado S wholesaler B..dl o In 808 W. CentrL .nRmb best of care. Lawrence corner Alamo It .Bnte. Make ofe.PLYMOUH FRANK Tr.l.E OL5OBn. Extra SEDA $995.00
Av*_ of carded item *, sun AUTO REPAIRS-Day Drive and 33rd St. 1941 blue 4-door de has brand new bouse t Rdio D.
aTAUO.e. notions etc. Fast or DI.b. Superior trailer a a* 1.873 184.
flak : down
.donut. machine. Ideal spotLess than LOANS on an type of. prory Ion;* number Ilyelte.prc to you. Write CentraL me.Dmb 80 W. BUICK Perfect-1941 motor Convertible excellent club COlP., Rollins Aye.PYOU. ower. 220 L 2 ear for the.b.I..ce L.11 scion: 03 YOU 1941'Chrysler Club Couj j

o abort te.: 1. rat Imel.t or call for price Display te. Deli tilD of used a* (500. 1941 Chrysler
(5000 for Box 445
Si top. tral.r 1-01
8. door. Win .no
WrIt o"ne
8-Star. caa ln. Frt 18 cialty Co.. Inc. Orange An. AUTO FAINTING and Body Work. 1.05.. I 193To WhJ pay r. 21 N. Orange ha.
) o.al.; Ay. Phone 118. Orlando. Phone 2.28. at We reasonable guarantee complete satisfaction Lot Sundayu.DIal 2-1023.and Amelia. Open 19 sl-12. Phon-ot.County; 1m Tr.l.CRNCB BIo These can sold with a 30-day 1941 1941 Chrysler Plymouth Sedan .

AGENTS Sell ultra sheer top prics Central Flor lu.rant. Convertible
RAtT. nice 01 Best store t t0- ida' only enamel auto paint BUICK-1941 Roadmaster Toro PLYMOUTH 1937 4-door sedan SLTe finest D 1942 Dodge COp .
in. Nll. Bo. prc. oven. Al Lively' Auto Paint door sedan. Equipped deluxe. Excellent condition Tight. BU..mlleT.nt ld.
d for fawns ft Body
profit -Writ Peerless : J. C.
i Potter -It Herman .J i AVA and commercial .. tier Sale, 4554 Broadway.* Net. Shop. 3000 N O.ne; 8000. rubber radio, heater and see t smooth new tires. I owner. Ph. 9695. lit.Alumia" msionlte- dial
N. Orange
Broke ; properties. Bettes InvestmentCo. 40. D.FC&rut AUTOMOTIVESERVICZ Experienced covers. Exvellent within end without.; PLYMOU 1941 4-door sedan .Ietrlc refrigerstion bottle Cm.. YOU PACKARD DEALER" 1.4 Plymouth 2 door sedsn

25 W. WasiilntonPhone 8513. household meha.lc prompt service: Truly a bargain at (1295. R. 8Evans. L. H.ndle 8945. R. 8. 2 le.r to No charge to finance. 34 Oranse AY. Phone 1147 1941 Chevrolet
SERVICE STATION-And Oaraie: .u. good accessories and 101 W. Central Ave. Phone Bargain eo. Oarland and U. P.l.. 92. C I
wholesale I etak. L no turns West 1942
corner On Main Highway.Dolnc I ne lll reD.t par. 5296 and ask for V.. t at.debke door sedan
l.to. MORTGAGE FOR BLS"! at Write Products I tires. 234 W. Cen Amelia Open Da 2-102.; Coast Trailer Sales. 2132 Hllls- .
bun.With ad-Oinlna 5*. 10 na. ( 10 I..tn.ret.u. for personal Interview tral: 2-3153 CHEVROLET-1940. two-door sedan,; PLYMOUTH-1941 Special DeLuxe boroueh AveTampa. Fla. Immediate 1942 bodes 1 doer sedsn

2r bu.a. cpltlJ. _rur- year. ( at (3O pr mont at GROCERY SALESMAN AUTO 2-3741 for Price (89: T. O tenfold at Bark 2-01 Unusually clean cal free delivery 1942 Pontlae Station Wsien

V alae.. Bc. N.. Oranse dial 6%. Herman Goodwin. I. Brou. I with good sedan or panel-Experienced.truck for any altG WEKRPhon.. W. Cen art .Juice Plant Mt. Dora. Fla. 's.n. HelnUelmsn's. Inc.. YOUNG WOMEN 1941 Buick Sedan
Ra 10 err N. Orange Ave. tral A" 36 W. Uvtng .
2-3283 ..Ia 185. Orlando and surrounding territory. R.mb"Orlando's. Official ton Ave. phone 6759. 1939 Buick 7 pssseuer llm.
r BUILDINO plus "ORTGAGJ- oa a tn of 1 Reply P. O Box 147. Tampa I. Wrecker PONTIAC-1941 streamliner 2 !
F. dr. 1940 BuIck
STR .tn BODY AND CHEVROLET COUPS J9J9. Re* Good condItion 4- door sedsn
with 15 fan MAN FENDER repairing and
oa r.a eatat. WANTED-For RawleUh I r.dlo Ages 20 to 35
.pnt ranches. b Estimate good motor. rood rubber 23330.PACKARD1039. LUME
bo purchased for L Cor ness Brevard County. "IUI. *J dly cTven. klln. I 1325. P. .
I 9
for Coon, Su t nice. 125. Smith' don* ,
1/3 D. Varner. .
In 4..t. Lf. Ir-
'.11. 8.eaAI' tor.tt .nc Co. 320 N. I.I 8t.: 11 .l.mUe. Wrt.l. B.wt S.tlfactol. lar.ntd 2-3153. it again Here'. one of them. Chevrolet i 4-door sedan: small Wholesale "
six excellent Retail
; condition. Be at
.DY. I.,L .t nPt .10 SA ) 1937. excellent motor *
Roy phls, CAR sd.n
WASHING and : W. Colonist.PACKARD
_A K Mat po.o AC'ESTATE pl.hnl by appointment. clean ; (345 1101 $1,099.00 1
-- HE Call eo rbtr. Yel 1.14. ,V
"WAS'-"L. coalS SM And Salesladies Service 1942 4-door sedan. Two
To I Dressed and AND
buy aee Station corner and 3 E available] for '
STORK ROOM---ThX26. Cntra location. and bld The Trust repr.t the J. R. Bone ..rk1 tone light green Radio and he.tr. 1942 Chrysler Sedsn

Low rent. ,,10 We, w Department. propr. Bank nationally known pro .' Contact CNETL TOPS-Head II1 Solid and good running car. Immediate To Train As Hospital Aids 1941 Chevrolet ..
Inrton C.I at Orlando second NaUona Prank O'Neal. 311 Ave. tailor-made .. CHEVROLET-1942 Fleetltne (1695. R. S. Evans. 40O N. Orange Delivery Cop
aero sedsn. -
SALESMEN ers. West Auto Trim Shop. 641 Lealngton. dial end ut for Jim Blackman 1942 Chevrolet Business
; to sell Kool Vent God (tree, radio Like 471 : CON
hetP. .
STORK BUTLDINO Nearly located awning la Lake 11.LURICATON 1941 Chevrolet
new. and Marion ClaD new. Priced right. 1026 : FLOORING Club Coup i

'In fat growing cmlant 64. Help Wanted-Female ties. Salary and commission or ., Shellubriratlon la Ave. Winter Park. ORANGE MEMORIAL 1941 2 doer sedsn
.3900 eq. excellent log account Chele
lubrication PLYMOUTH 1936 Sedan. FRAMING ,
eate ae.l.t Rebuilt
eommWloD II.tUle
tion. Rich Sparks Every CVRL-l14 cab coupe radio HOSPITAL 1942 Nash Sedan
.t..ant'G! BOOKKEEPER-Must be Meat Co. "nook eraDl' of your 41 motor: purr like a kitten!
r_.. Call Ray eP.n 629 W.: Church. day car or truck tl. b seen at 1941 Chevrolet
O. Innol. .lt..0 ed. Permanent r..ldeDt "olu. I Monday. ..I tuched Sot running Prophltt Car :0 W. Con Top.- meh.nl.ll. but 'look like SIDING Recruiting A Class 4 door sedsn !
"nr &
Reatr. W& work on SALES p.rt.an4 Ol. tral. s drug In! (145. 1941 Plymouth 4 sodas
t D Phone .ceout re1y.bl p.Jr. .I RERENATVEWol. Safe rsPD. hard.tr J. R. Smith. 33 E. Robinson.STUDEBAKER SHEETING To take up such training 1941 4o j
2-51 aplntm.nt 1uor desires I&d place and make CHEVROLET 1941 Extra Po.tal 4 door sedsn <
COOK-White". middle axed: for ex- .ackAOn"W. young par drYnl good eoup. I the near future
condition. See East 1941 Lincoln 4 door
STATION-overythlnc coca. Orlando territory. Must ere pl..u, Gn.t 71 sodas t
SVC Order filled
elusIve from
tearoom. Apply 473 Orange Colonial stock or cut
; garage all equipment a have automobile. Experience not nec Soathen. Stores 692 IT. Orange; ca DYe.CHEVROL -1947. Deluxe; and planed Pleasant worklnecondition* 1941 Packard 4 door sodas 1U.U5.C
atock. Located oa essary. Expenses plus commission. sedan I. Rt.1 t.plcatoa
.D Rt radio Good
2-01 (2100
1"2..nd 114 be
193. T PISHWASHIR-Colored. Come readyto Protected '. I.F. he.IP .a"
Giv TRUCK-TRAILER lU 8Garland F.
a ht trtrJ. Car an Sunday Citrus. j
fa P.rt
Klle. Fa. n work. Apply to Bailey Pharmacy. cular la tnt lettr in had- Te payment REA"Pr.. AYe, 2341.CHRLA.ro 4.1 :4 Customer rl.b lambI
39 South WILLYS OVERLAND planed .
_Court 6t. writing. -1932 4 !lie'
Trailer t
TIRE RECAPPINO-Pillinc Station 8ta. Dlstr. General Truck sedan. 1947. new'; tires good Applicant be expected toobligate
Well established showing GIRL part time to do addressingand SALESLADIES WANTED. If already A Equipment. 2319 Chevrolet running condltll Wi w
bU'I.e. McR.e 180. sell
2-01 cheap (16
0 nice profit. Reason seilIns. owner assist la offc. Manager p... represented In nt com coach new. Oldsmobile And.nn st t..I"e t ra.1 in -
wishes to devote full time to ote Box 2326. munity. Direct selling. Good com 73.1. Auto Parts-Acce .sorie* '66'. new 1946 Mercury 4-door. bke C BAVAR ART METAL service at the hospital for a period 1941 BuIck Sedsn j

aulne. Intres. This Is a ralml. HOUSEKEEPER Light housework mission. Lingerie re.dJ-t.ear. etc. new. See these cars at HollyRobsonMotors 76. Trailers-Trucks for Sale of at least six follow- 1942
l.ter well worth asking car vf. Thoterten Hosiery .. 111. AUTO SET CVEP.alc. fibr at one.' 2120 8. : 2121 W. Washington mont Studeb.Ir 4 .o sodas 1
WUmett. Or.D. completion of
price of 112.0. ROMr A Williams, Boots, 2. 8s ly.. i I B Baal SALESMEN-Opportunity to build .ut : .Ide..U Blossom Tai.CHRYSL190 ALUMINUM ROUSE TAIE- tat coaFo 1941 Chevrolet Convertible Coup .
Phone many other be found 1946 27-,4. tandem:
Atlan csn
Realtr. usd
1941 Buick
Bid. 'e.Dord HELPER for work in Blue Print Shop. good paying permanent business. In our well-stocked .to,.. Kenyon Traveler. Newly beautiful interior; priced to sell: 1218 Phone 2-0951 Convertible Coupe 1
Apply at once. E. E. White. 139 Yesr-round demand no off-seasons. Auto Store. 674 N. Orange, dial .Int. IGtor rune like a 8. Orange Blossom Lot further Information 1941 Font!.Bedsnett
TOURIST neI' Tr.i.
CABIN BITE 8anford-Or- X Church. National organization. : 2-2970. car. .. Evans W. 11.
lando Highway 17-93; front on earnings on commission Vnlmlt tral dial 4321 and ask 4 Ken I AUTO CAR TUCKNo.available and- 1941 Mercury Convertible Com '

ktghway and large sand lk. NR. institutional mental and work; u.r Write: United Lbr.tn.bnaa.Inc. FRONT Il REPAIR PART now ney. .o for ehll.n a"pl. supply Appointment for personal 1942 PontIac 4 door .4.
200 600 Cleveland .". of Orlando Truck and
x almost -
: owner. c .. of
I..al. A orders. Write P.O. Box 1. ful In perfect condi I- p.r.. Interview 1941 Buick door Bedsnette
Bervlco Bt.Uon 11.PR.Cc auto. C. A. France Se 1010 W. COsY-II4. Welding 1020 W. Church 6t Sap
SMSidele calling on phone and 1941 I door .
TOURIST LODGE 8 roams. 4 baths, et0r lU faa "FUIys": Oalh. 11 little csr. Price only s thl R."el. 2-206. C.noe s.
small bungalow for owner. Plenty NBPho. (553. J/13c c.an ( .5)rP.t. demand. Evsns. 6O W. Central 3. and BANTAM TRAILERS 117.tr NURERYOVERTO" CALL 4101ETSION 1941 Chevrolet 2 door sedsn

of room for expansion approximately Your ..t ba 83.10 ask_for_Joe _Kenney. cal AU .te1 heavy datJ. euJ .t 1941 Ford Convertible dub Coup
500 feet .... on H"JI 17-92. 3 RJONIT-Yr 35. Apply t Bend money S box ba. TIRES-Eight ".... 75Oxl5. tached car. 116. 36 1941 Buick
miles et of ."_ Bl" Bau!Pa1 38 East National Supply Co.. New tub.and flaps. (5O each Hl'h-tn. CVOL-l14 Bpecial D Luae R S. Evans. 60 W. CentraL Coupe
._ J blue cx- 4321. 1942
RainboaTonflot Lodge. Set _ York. & Supply Co. 1016 2-01.eaD. Btudebskec Sodas

TRAILER CAMPIwl. No. 1. wCHOA OPETORWat SALESMAN--Resident of Central; W. Church StTE8C .le.e. I merhanlUl.. En.101 3-day W.special .t CHEVROLET-1941 Hi-ton. flat LIMITED QUANTITIES 1941 OldsmobIle Convertible Coups

splendid eomPleted. ue. Florida to cover and South AYe. .. ask for Cetra. body, long wheel b.c good .
almost ready for opening. thorough knowledge of essential. Florida. Calling on hard- Pone dition: 47 tag: : 2-2831

Trailer Parking coal .t.r at one*. Young lady between twentyfive war*, variety depare.t chain lleetla or .D sizes CHRYSLER-1942 Royal Brou.h COZY COACH-24' 1947 9 weeks old;

Death o one ..fer It a favorable .D thirty-five preere Apply stores; for national distributors of H Striking green finish. automatic hot water. Sacrifice. Citrus and Palms
opportunity immediately. t M..r. City housewara and hardware specialties. Boone and Jackson.WRECKER .. Ber. corer perfect m.h.nlc.Ul.. 3-day special at Porter. Little Village Park Rt. ..1 Starlng.AlexaderMotor $1,295.00

(5000 .t(2000 40"1 balance con STENOGRAPHER ,time, permanent Office and warehouse In Jacksonville. 81195 R Ey.n.. 101 W. Centra Orlando. 12 ,
yenR.t .. resident: BlenusWilliams. For Interview contact Mr. 529 ask for V.nD Valencias Parson 1942 DePots Bedsa
MrEDJ. atmo. I D. 1 booms: 3 DODGE 1941 H-ton Browns
1407 E. WublDt. 37 East bin at the Jefferson .. .CA CHRYSLER-1941 Royal 4-door se Excellent pick-up trck. 1942 BuIck 4 door sedsn
I ,,3-3937 and ask:for ca Ford.. Pe St Orldo to 12 noon and 2 to.4 Ca P.Monday, with cable. ; boom wl.rh. eOplet d..2-tone .re. fl.la Excellent tIres 8525. 754 condition. Radio Ave. ; good Hamllns. On lemon root. 1941 Ford
I March 17th.YOUNG mechanically. 3-day at only EI.o I Coup
and be 501
COURT Oa Orange can swiveled. apl.l North Orange Ave.
SODA For Rex- (
t .. OII.r.nc. Holme. 1IS. 5. S. Evans. DODGETSUCK-1941: of 100 or more. Cocus
Blossom Trail at 36th Street. Quest Apply good personali Holler Chevrolet. 115 81. CeDtra 1t.; n- lot
ho.cabins tavern. Completely II a.Dl. at Wlt Prt ty. 1.MNWit abitiu and a will- Ce.taCAR 5296 and ask for Vann. .fre.tor bl will any Plumosas palms In lots of 10
seen at M. K.

fane Doing for whale Quick of.a. business.Immediate STENOGRAPHER-SECRETARY only. Must be Experienced ins Apply worker la t eotact.. .Gr".Stores.. typo RADIOS of-Just rind. be largeshipment installed : CHEVROLET.dltto. 1947 1932 tag.tudor.R.Very B Evans good Payne's Bumby.Place; Conway Dr.. Just off or more. Phone 1395.00

_10 Ten U eeec bee limit 35. pr..e.t.An of wok yon have been doing etc. Phlc J ServIce I B.n.ID L cor. Garland and / .
Owner H. .h. W.lt B. DObGE-to5
prml. \ Company 526 Ashley Amelia Dial plrk-up truck. Can
Pho. 2-1 for sppolntment.SALESLADYExperlenc.d Jacksonville 1. Fla St.UD eoer ad Jackson ODnund.n. 2-102. seen For information b 1941 Mercury Btstlon Wasps
COURT 466 ft. n.Ad.l. 7878POSTWA
TAI. -ar._ Troll: : for fitting DODGE-1938 4-door sedan. O. phone 1574.DDE19U. tl DR. P. PHILLIPS 1944 Austin 4 door (Bread irtw)
foundation EPJINCE SALE&illE Auto 1931 Parts and motor. transportation for S29S.
and Nab 19-
beet of J.Uo completely equippedIwith Or tr.nrent bruers o"er to rprelt manu I tires and tub, Phone Ootha. Evani Bargain Lot. ear. Garland and trsrtor 2l.800ii.i. 1942 Packard Clipper
house; .1 .ppU".n\ facturer 28' steel & SONS INC.
Amelia trailer
ret fur1 Good and permanent n.ti.llady.rld County Open Sundays. Dial 2-102. ro.dltol bane -
ed: electric .a Pt seat 191.
ktcben b..elent N. Orange eYn. DODGE. 946 custom sedan mol 1144. tOi. CARS
utility sell .14 .. tor Lloyd' .Texaco
Protected Post
PlDt. al territory. 74. Office Box 3753
Wanted Radio
and lessthan St.UoD K
with wn. Jim M, CaldweU with SECRETARY to personnel m.na.e fuU det.l. first letter Address Auts.Trairr .r.r. mi. slrnmee.FORDNew.
Asher Realtor cor. Central Apply personnel Mr. 2.5. Phoe 'laU. 18. 1$M FORD CONVERTIBLE
and_> htr._ Vacuum t Corp.. derent I Chi...rt"n.47. in.243 Jlh..ute Ave.. AVR4 taper Not If yon sell DODGE 1938 2-door sedan. Body pick-up. H ton. for fur- Phone 6106 $195.00IM1
phone Pa PlmOlt Il e.r.e pay top rourh. but you'll-find this titer information t.lephlne 2-1845. AH equipment. 500 mile*. Trade

1 Call 8597. 178 after 6 and prc. for only .1 ta. FORD-1939 truck panel Job. perfect your late model car cm this one : Austin Bedtn

SCEARY-MNAOE- For doe- Harley 615 N. Orange. Ey.n.tren.preUII Orsnre. 121 and ahap. 4 new tires 2224 E. Con- $ 1942 Mercury Club CvuP
TEAR AROUND MONET MAKER to full tun*. 195.
Must be experienced. Answer giving CADILLAC WANTED-1940 to 1947. ask fo.Jim Blarkman. 4ord. ( and 7. I 1942 Ford Convertible CON

Tountberry rl l.OOO fun bearing oualat.tln and starting salary A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY for a Must be clean car. aU"er 62 West DEFO'rO.-1946 S passeneer club FEDERAL-1939 tranortrnrkfully 1m CHEVROLET 2 DOOR 1942 Packard Clipper 4 duo

_bm and established re.lred Box 421 8-Star. him bp man t travel Florida, Colon.l Drive. CUD. Beautiful blue New pl..U ..alpP. 695. Fruehauf 2 ft. SERVICE MANAGER Beautiful car with
mall h.n selling yow- SECRETARY, for calling o"ble.ler. Good estab D. V ARE INC. wants to buy your cover Ph. J-O8O7. 23 w. (119O. Can little desire *y

b plt.Complt.overhead ir. sible position:.sprea.' re.PI lished further trck and win P.lp working Florida Die Casting Foaa- WANTEDFOR of a late model car on this one
T. electric; 151. sped into job in .den1 price Immediately. D. V.m dT. 123 W. Kaley: dial 2-l*38 a

pump new ee. 3 acres under STENOGRAPHER meat be reliable and able bookkeeper to ; two yean 110.0.0. "hard worker. Studebaker Sale and Service. 234 DODGE-1935 sedan delivery Thisis FORD14 truck. Long "h.lb. I 11.19'I $1,500.00AND
devote W. Central Ave. Phone I
eaIU..to Modern S room solid full Car essential. Wtite fully about o 2-3153. the best buy in tire*. Cab
to County 1252
bou. breskfast nook U. position take dictationand self first letter. We stand ridd SPOT CASH PAID for your used car. In my has O.n.e wtP. One of the leading garagesin PNC. DR. SEDAN OVER

ecreened tile b.th fireplace, for up panol references required nalatol Box.381 S-Star. : S J- C. McKellar. Your Packard '46 oDnn. I It is bra_2-8532.- .o r.nlne. .Ddlttl. PI. t.em six. Mar finish and
D. O Clt 1947
e"c"tl.ll Studebaker
oak floors mor. ane lUtai Bedan
and Qual 342 N. .
Orange Price .
Cmbla- ficationsodlce 8 am. n.ler. A"e Phone .Ie.n Or. .rW SUlde ,
tion electric ranee and bour 3. L. tad
t 1947 Dodse Custom
Smith. Robinson.FORD
p.ms salary advancement 514. (750 tires CON
Deluxe model Krlvinator. Lawn with to 3& FORDI4 G new Centl ford $2.195.00PREWAR
sprinkler system sidewalks. palm; i ncht' Prl Orlando resldenpmer- Intf.tlonaI155.'Sn.b 213 1948 Ford Tudor t,
and fruit red.._ for appointment. I W. 194
tree* For quick sale, I Cadl..r 4 door Mdaa I
*120. Owner. 537 Lak St. Orlan: VS OVLE i 18 to 45 n.r of aie SUCCESS THS FIRST TIMKTes. -1939 convertible coupe: new CMC TRACTOR Sleeper cab GOOD CARS bodes 4 .
Ie PhD. S495. ed for cafeteria .at' 67. Employment Agencies top and paInt .. weed axle good tires Great 2 OPPRT 11 4
IUn c..n
getting top price for car Prophltfs W. van 1946 Chrysler deor
Easy gooa vuyx. Bee Dan wl. ,
to eu e.e L Cea FR
learn.cSI.days e' Uniforms fur BROWN EMPLOYMENT AGENCY from R. S. En.Orld'. Largest trsL Rea and Oar- 1941 FORD S door 1942 Buick 8.. *

; Ideal .orkin I And Nurses Registry. I you want Dealer" take only one trip to our FORD 1941 station ". Slmttf., F.r.em.r CIIIDI. RIGHT MAN Special at saa I995.JW
NET eoadU. "OD. Another -
.IS. DM acre Apply Tremor .ork corns to 515 W. If Save yourself further
lot. round
P o W. Ceattal. Ce.u& you Evans at only .
Ca.trl. R. pick Win
1. UP.
U. O. Ad want hp caUj326.COLLINS us today. 1.4. G..C.IM7tn 141 .
\ 3 Evans. door
) .rder trade Owner PYMOU' .
Pu b- YOUNG MARRIED WOMAN EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Drive la of' and ask for Joe Kmn.J.C.trl I .rp. Highway No. 1. In stucco Must Have _.___I.n.Splal ; OPEN SUNDAYS
does in. .00 trl I Dn ..t. e&renc costing or ID locations phone 5296.SELL FORD-1942 convertible coupe. out o Esu Experience and References.
bookkeepers elal '
5flt r- 14 A.d. etr Apply at 1312 W. typit ; doea o with radio heater 'G.le. Forda. Grabel. 1942 CEVOL 2 door

PIa.Pbcne Miami 2.24 -& W.slnlo. I"Rn. help. 728. 6 W. Clb St hret Equipp cdt0 S th used car HOUSE TII81 Duo 28' fully Spal ____&a$.9.0

Nw.LIGHT i YOUNG LY-l..U personality PAR.YI SEVIC I lte ., gas. elec ;
business coming J'UACGP ; aDdD exrine: for our rec I o .ork n h cash US prices.YOUR Melton's CAR! We pay high W. C.ntrL dial 4321 a Ey&ak 6 tric br.ke pD. Batne Dob bttle. Priced to WRITE 1941 DODGE t door sedan \VORLS LARGEST

I"d have distribute nu a.to I I oe d.re.t Apl and to Mr.11 W" 2-128 32 E Pine. S N. Orangedsi24601._ Used. Cars. o K.nn.J.rR193 tndor. Very tot sell.30.Orange Mr. Knt. Phone Trailer Park Box 420 Sentinel-Star. Spa at-$119.0

for alt homes and bnstneuea ,:Associated 8tore&143 N. Oranx a.m.Donotphone. 69. Work Wanted-Female DONT LOSE MONEI We will pay UphoJ rough.good mech 185. HOUSE TRAILER-18 ft 133.Duo sleep 1941 FORD Coupe Radio .

lIt. State. Will share with a& I I| hesitate full value ear. DD't R. S.. Evans Lot cor. Gar 4. Good tires; good shape ..n4rnD Special at.--_I.D
smbiuous man who will invest EARN see us now. Olin's Used land 1
1 income Car and Sundays. ( furnished. Can FORBUYING't
G 242 N. Orange AI1 10. p.rl
or four..thousand dolors secured by Avon P.t Col.t rpJt BOUEORK-Rerncs D. .1 Phone 2-81. Dial 21l2.FRD1937 b ln 11 Montrose St Cler- 1941 CHRYSLER Royal Coup-
etc. and devote full fm I vertised Sia. Fla.HOUSE Special -
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Gi age.Boal4 ed..U .an Wrt 01 DUinun. (16 LEGAL STORH Experienced. bv top. PI for late e.n D. RURbJ Ave phone 2-4SO4 bed TAIEquiP. with \ IWO CEVOLE d tit
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aB S.at t SpIegeLWhitney AUTO. BODY and fender man wanted 81.1..1 cO"ale .uet B 4 ANY I 1946 or '47 I club coup,. Grey fine HOUSE SER I

Sp.II.ltl. ..Realtors.'. "0 Met by new car dealer. Only experi .ACTrCAL NtTRSE-oud light New pay t U.O for ca. w. no a.D.. Cleveland Lamar Bol .TAIonred RdI excellent wason.sleeps IX THE SAME BOTH FOB xj
nl Bdl. 2-32' end man need apply. Write hou ran needed. .
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a ACCOUNTANT have speulj economic tralnin USED CAR II.d R. 8. Evans
price $5 730 OPted Old mlabllshed I accountant 0exrlD I experienced in an Pha of res ECGE0 cnwa.t Br.I L r.Garland and excellent con Terms aragedSARGAE
1 aland Well worth the money Pie, accustomed taurant work. Would b. position al. Alela Dial (6SO. Year Oct cash quickly 60 W. Central
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I Page 16 [Al] : ,/hnbag &rnttntl-&tttr OrlSido, Florida, March 16, 1947'3,000 I
i UN Mine Laying' Republicans Shun 'Fascist Editor

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ono nza'In ;. Probe BoggedLAKE Rent Control IssueWASHINGTON Slain in MilanMILAN.

SUCCESS. N. Y. [API [AP] Senate Republican leaders Italy UPI Franco de

Debut HereAirmipded Britain's mine-laying charges said privately yesterday that the question of continuingrent Agazio.manager of a weekly news-
against Albania were tossed back > paper with Fascist leanings. was
Orlando braved the to the United Nations Security j controls probably will be allowed to cool the rest of assassinated on his own doorstep

dem *6 yesterday to inspect the ., Council last night without recommendations this month. i last night by three gunmen. An

ne' echcraft Bonanza airplane by a three-nation sub- I Sen. Lucas [D-I11], meanwhile tried to keep the issuehot. associate. Franco Servello. charged -
premiere showing here and to the killing was connected with
.sueeestinz: : tauntlnzlv: that the* I
a attendance count for the two Indications were that the councIl !!9 GOP leaders in control -"try-to the disappearance of Benito Mus-
full days of the show to well over & : would deliberate again and agree" on what to do. solini's gold hoard.
3000. then pass the case again-this Lucas commented that any flat Servello. chief editor of MerI-
i.; Carl Wootten Florida branch ? time to the International Courtof t and general increase in rent ceilings diano dltalia. the newspaper de
.f for Beech Aircraft Corp I' mow'
manager I Justice. would stir up a lot of argu- Agazio managed said the assassins -
2- expressed high satisfaction at the The report was submitted aft- ment, especially "in view of the were "so-called partisans'
success of the first open air showing er two weeks of questioning witnesses ungodly increase in living costs acting on orders from "higher up." _
"r of a new model airplane to the and studying evidence surrounding since controls were taken off ev- M They were nettled he said by 'J
z; general public and at the attendance the damaging of two I''erything." Mendiano's articles charging Com-
,; at the affair held on a British destroyers by mines Jn the munist partisans stole the gold
.. special display lot at East Robin- ,. Corfu Channel Oct. 22 with a loss If the "coojing-off decision when, Mussolini was slain.
son Ave. and Cathcart St. since- of 44 lives. prevails OPA would continue to His charge was taken up by
administer rent controls pending
Thursday night.
The British said Albania laid Rightist newspapers which said"politics"
The new plane advertised as agreement on another course of
the mines. The Albanian was behind the killing
'" government -
the fastest quietest and most I. denied the and action. and called it "bold threat to
: a
:< economical small airplane in :: r' in tarn accused Royal Navy Sens. Taft [CR-Ohiol and Mc- I free press."
: America. was to be flown to Eus- ,
ships of invading its territorial Carthy IR-Wis-1 are trying to
Mussolini his mistress.
:: tis today for star billing in the t I i [
Florida Sportsmen's Exposition ; waters.Sir work out a rent extension plan Clara Petacci and other high Fascist -
Alexander Cadogan. British which would 111 remove rent con- leaders and
i, there this week. were captured
' State distributors for the Beech delegate was reported ready to I trols from OPA. (21 continue them ..1.z. shot they were supposed to have
Aircraft Corp. concluded plans resist any reference to the court well into next year. E3] allow had billions of lire worth of gold

t_ here yesterday for display of the ion without by the some council.kind of prior decis- quicker some relief landlords to "hardship and 141)cases"of avoid .. :; and other valuables with them.
1. new single-engined Bonanza pver
In all rents.
any general increase
,7 the State in procedure following : l.: Old Presidential
that used here for the premiere At present OPA is authorized to .J. <
showing. Post GratefulFor continue rents through June 30 of t-
>, s e this year. Its officials says however : Yacht Mayflower

Boat Gas Fumes --------", .- t -,.- MagazinePlea by Congress. that reduced may force funds them voted out it fLWiS. / Burns One MissingCEDAR

: MARGERY DOUGHERTY, a Sunday miere showing of the plane at a special ex- of business before May.. POINT. Md. ''[AP

Star staff writer and a.student Sentinel-I hibition ground at East Robinson Ave. and ResponseRuth Saved from destruction by a nervy

tells the radio audience her impressions of I I .Cathcart St. The plane will be on display to U.S. Mine Seizure UNION TELEPHONE workers' crew of Navy fire fighters the

Fatal to Three the new Beechcraft Bonanza airplane at pre, the general public until 10 p.m tonight. pem .. publicity officer efforts to bring about demo- former Presidential yacht Mayflower -
for Marian Clark Phillips Post Upheld by Court was being towed back to
tion of Mrs. Elizabeth Allen
227 American Legion yesterday; Baltimore yesterday after being

.' SOUTHPPRT. N. C.' [UP The I issued a statement of thanks on RICHMOND. Va. UPI Govern- [above], Odessa, Tex., night wracked by flames for the third
. bodies of three men were discovered $40,439 ContributedIn World RuleInstitute behalf of the post for public response ment seizure of the coal mines supervisor, touched off dispute -, time in her 50-year history.
) yesterday aboard a small cabin to a drive to obtain maga- was temporarily sustained yesterday causing thousands of One Canadian seaman identi-
. cruiser. Roseland II. on the inland Plans zines and other reading matter when the U. S. Circuit Courtof fied as Robert Telloquin Quebec
, waterway near the South Carolina for patients at the State ,Tuber- Appeals stepped in to prevent telephone employes in many ,was trapped when a boiler backfire -
line apparently the victims of gas culosis Sanatorium the return of a small West Vir- Texas cities to walk off their ; ignited oil in the bilges and
;',<' fumes. J Red Cross DriveWith Two MeetingsDr. The Marian Clark Phillips Post ginia mine to its operator. j jobs. wrecked the fireroom as the Mayflower -
, Two fishermen found the boat wishes to thank the public for The court issued an order stay- headed down Chesapeake

with the motor still running. K. Z. Morgan distin- responding so readily and gener- ,ing a District Court preliminary 'Bay on a seal-hunting expedition
several communities in the well a
The dead were identified from county going ously to our pleas for reading ma- injunction requiring Coal Mines to the Arctic.
,_ personal papers as Banks H. Fun- over their quota, the 1947 Red Cross fund campaign receipts guished Ridge Term.atomic and:scientist Merle from Miller Oak terial for patients at the Sana- Administrator J. A. Krug to return Army Fliers Telloquin was still missing

derburk. 42. Charlotte, N. C. oilman have reached a total of $40,439, Don Evans, chair- former editor of -Yank" will address -- torium. Mrs. Perna said. the mine No. 3 in Monogalia Coun- when a corvette brought his 18

and owner of the boat; Johnson man of the Orange County Chapter drive, reported. last audiences in Winter Park The Women's Legion Post also ty to the Fox Coal Co. Drop Ton Guns shipmates all uninjured to Bal-
of and is in and suspended timore.A .
> Kessler. Charlotte I and aiding securing blood don- The court "stayed -
night. on April 1 and 2 on
. Capt. Oscar T. Sewell. Wilmington ors for tuberculosis patients aswell the injunction "pending the firefighting boat crew from
': N. C. They were Cuba-bound. "We are In no way discouraged behalf of world government. Dr. as amusement games, magazines final determination of the appeal"and Into Position the Navy's Patuxent River Air
over our failure to reach Rudolph von Abele director of the books and fruit Mrs. entry of the Circuit Court Station. commanded by Lt. Conuuv
our goal of $54,800 by this Rollins Institute on World Government Perna pointed out. mandate in the District Court. WASHINGToN G. L. Skidmore, boarded theMarm
Drowned) Isle rAP The
"and announced last
weekend Evans declared night.
flower. Six '
Housing Persons wishing to contributeto members of the May
described last night a new
are confident that success will be The first meeting will be held method i
the flower joined them and
patients. are urged to con- Business Man Gives crew they
Up by which it plucks one-ton guns
achieved by the middle or end of at 8:15 pjn. Tuesday. April 1. in I:
tact extinguished the fire with
the.women's post by tele- liquid
from high flying airplanes and :
: next week. The fact that only Winter Park High School audito- phone-2-7622-after 5 p.m. or As Convict :. foam after a 10-hour fight.
Escaped them
drops gently on the spot below -
Fate SolvedSAN $14.361 additional is needed is an rium; the second in Orlando Me-
Set write to Post Office Box 2547 Or-
where needed.
indication that the people of the morial High School auditorium, lando. DETROIT rAP Mel Shane.
county value the many servicesof Dr. von Abele said.A 40, successful head of a $500,000 Developed Jointly by the Army I
Air and Ground Forces the opera- BEST TRAILER SHOP
the Red Cross.
WASHINGTON tAP] Chairman FRANCISCO rAP An ageless special feature will be the Catholic Action Hub Detroit business firm will assume tion was tried out with a 75-milli .
of the Pacific Hershell G. Stuart, county his old identity of George Mason, Repairs and Parts for AD
Tobey R-NH1] announced yester- mystery deeps division showing of films of the explo- meter howitzer weighing 2.240
chairman reported that Makes of House Trailer
day the Senate Banking Committee -how the "drowned Islands" between of the 22 communities outside of sions of atomic bombs at Bikini Bombed in Buenos Aires escaped convict today. pounds carried aboard a C-82
Shane is flying to London. Ohio, Paiati.r-Tops-Awnlag-Batase
will begin hearings: Tuesday on Hawaii and the Marianas Orlando and Winter Park five and elsewhere, which have been BUENOS AIRES IUP1 Two to surrender to authorities at the Fairchild packet cargo palne. 2225 W. WashiBftmi Dial MM
the Wagner-Ellender-Taft Hous- were formed-may have been solved are already well over their quo- released by the U. S. State De bomb incidents involving officesof prison farm there on a 12yearold Two parachutes were used ton Winter Garden Road
ing Bill and other similar meas- as the result of war-time experiences partment.The Catholic Action were reported escape charge. both of the ribbon-type first j
ures.He of an oceanographer- by Lockhart. with 200 meetings open to the public yesterday within 18 hours after developed by the Germans to
said witnesses will Include eologist. per cent of its goal already collected the lower chamber approved a bill achieve gradual deceleration for '
are a phase of an effort to Dance Proves Fatal W. r. -,- ,.......
Sens. Taft (R-OJ. Ellender ID- These drowned Islands are curious men leaping from Hra-speed
1 they are Pine Castle Taft. organize chapters of United World for the teaching of religion In pub-
Nation-l formations which rise from Union Park and Zellwood. However Federalists throughout the State. lic :schools. KANNAPOLIS N. C. UPI Funeral airplanes. '
the ocean bottom In vast cone- soliciting will continue in Dr. Abele said. Two of the bombs exploded at arrangements were being A. small 14-foot chute was :{:J
von Chapters already EsL 1305Couturier
mond M. Foley. Home Loaa Bank like shapes' resembling, volcanic these places as well as elsewhereIn have been organized! In the doors of the women's sectionof completed here yesterday for opened which dragged the gun '"'" ..r-
Commissioner John H. Fahey. mountains. But their tops are the county until every person : Catholic Action and two other Charles Gaither Linn 52, who died through the rear door of the air-
Public Housing Commissioner DIllon clipped off neatly about 4,500 feet has had an opportunity to con- Jacksonville St. Petersburg Tam- machines rocked the organizations of a heart attack at a family plane. A 90-foot chute then blos- Merchant

S. Myer and 'Asst. Agri. Sec. below> sea level. tribute, Stuart said. pa.United Clearwater World and Federalists Tallahassee.is headquarters. There were square dance while 250 persons somed out and eased the howitzerto (41-43 Sec N. Mills Our Flxtar SU Display mono 11741
Charles F. Brannan. Speaking for the women's division a no casualties. looked on helplessly. earth without damage.
About 160 of such flattened fusion of six world government
: !
The Wagner-EIlender-T aft Mrs. Louis Orr. chairman
peaks have been found and
i I groups which merged recently at
Bill Is designed to encourage the complimented the many volun-
there probably are many more. Asheville N. C., and adopted the
construction of 15 million city teers who already have completed
Some of them apparently serveas conclusions reached almost a year .
and rural homes in the next It their assignments. However some
foundations for coral atolls. ago by the Rollins College Confer-
years. workers have made as many as
Private enterprise the bin's But the great majority are far four or five calls before finding ence on World Government.
sponsors have said would be encouraged below the level at which coral people at home and have been unable Adopting a subtitle of Tor
to serve as large a part can grow. to make final reports.-Those World Government With Limited

of the total .housing need as pos- How they originated why they persons missed are asked to turn Powers Adequate to Prevent War."
sible. were clipped off with such uniformity -i i in their contributions to head- the group agreed on the following II I
quarters at 17 E. Washington St. statement of beliefs and purposes: Start I
and why a few of them !
Secret Weapons have coral crowns has been a I Roy Miller, chairman of the "We believe that peace is not 1947 HUDSON i! y

Sitter puzzle to oceanographers.Dr. i special gifts division said his merely the absence of war but a !
Flagpole Quits Harry Hammond Hess, workers have almost completed the presence of justice of law, Ii I
LOUISVILLE. Ky.. [API Louis Princeton University :scientist whoas their contacts and hope to be of order; In short of government i
Colgate Jr" 31. can prove that a naval officer cruised about "over-the-top" early In the and the institutions of

lightning strikes twice In the same that region for two years made week. government; that world peace
place. Orlando downtown tables division can be created under world law.
Colgate has returned from observations which gave him a I under the leadership of Mrs.\ universal and strong enough to
theoretical solution of the
mys- D. H. Stunpson. turned in its final prevent armed conflict between
Nashville. Term- where he
says coming
tery. His has been
published -
receipts of $1,909 yesterday; after nations. way
he your
undertook to sit atop a 90-foot in the American Journal of i
completing its
flagpole for 40 days as an adver- Science. I ment. one-week assign- ""Therefore while endorsing the
tising stunt.Everything. efforts of the United Nations to
Somewhere In the dim Winter Park division Is
geologic nearing
bring about world
went well for 14 a community
past. Dr. Hess said these I its goal. Mrs. Charles MacDowell.chairman .
days but on the 15th day. a storm favorable to peace we will work
great formations which he callsguyots reported. A concentrated -
struck. primarily to strengthen the I
So did a bolt of lightning.
probably full- to complete calls during
United Nations Into world
Colgate a
was just beginning to recover gov-
fledged volcanoes the first of the week should put
: ernment of limited ade-
from the powers
shock when along
above level the division over Its quota by Wed-
sea and building
came bolt No. 2. quate to prevent war and having
themselves even higher by adding nesday or Thursday. direct Jurisdiction over the indi-
lava and ash to their Evans urged workers In an divisions vidual in
Cash Sales GrowIn cones. matters within its field
to turn in final reports "
Farm The ocean surface was consid- promptly in order to bring the of competence.
Transfers erably lower then than now. butt campaign to the earliest possible
,NEW YORK [AP Farm buying was rising possibly at the macroscopic close. Fierce Orinoco
today is at an all-time peak rate of four-tenths of
far exceeding the speculative farm an inch every 5,000 years, due to School Librarians Indians PhotographedNEW

buying boom of the early 1920's. the melting of great ice sheets and YORK [API Wartime explorations -
According to the Strout Realty the deposition of river sedimenton Conclude Meeting for quinine in South
Agency farm sales organization. its bottom.In American Jungles permitted Felix
85 per cent of today's buyers are time the volcanoes died and TALLAHASSEE rAP Fifty- DeGiovani. an American engineer r
paying 50 per cent to 100 per cent instead of adding to their three school librarians supervisorsand to make friends with and photograph -
cash for their properties. This Indicates height administrators from 12 South- !: the little-known Guahibos
they began to lose
V. A. Miehls. vicepresident their exposed eastern States yesterday; ended a Indians who have been hostile to
of the firm cones through erosion by wind and six-day conference at Florida
states that the white men since the 16th Century.His .
overwhelming majority of present wave. State College for Women here. photographs have been placedon
day buyers wish and will be able This onslaught of the elements They recommended a "greater display at the American Mu-
to. hold their farms.Approximately eventually brought many of study of school library needs in seum of Natural History.
50 per cent of all them down to sea leveL Then the Southern region through the The tribesmen of the Orinoco
present day buyers are urban the ocean planed them off and exchange of reports and findingsof Jungles have frequently used I

dwellers. swallowed them as it continuedits the various participating poisoned arrows to discourage explorers ,
relentless rise. States." and urged Investigation of missionaries and others Your Hudson dealer is pledged to sell at .
Latin Students End the library needs of Negro stu- who have wandered We'll lake order ;
Presumably this was before dents. into their ter your established prices for cash or on convenient i: ,VK

United States Tour coral life developed In the Pacific. ritory. time payments.you have a tradein

MIAMI TAP! Twenty high But originally some of the peaks now. deliver on this we will make you a good allowance.We .

school-age Latin American students -I were remained higher than others. Some Cop Finds Life Most Exciting will deliver Hudsons in strict sequenceof
departed yesterday for their. above or near sea level Goodwill Plan. received. .
homes by Pan American Clipper until the coming of the coral or as

after completing a six week's other lime-secreting organisms. When /
Typewriter WeaponPHILADELPHIA
study of :school and home life in These little shallow-water animal
the United States builders apparently settled
Representing ail parts of Cen- some of the sea-level formations.on [AP] Policeman Bill Beyer in six You can start 11947 Hudson on its way to you today! Let us show you luxurious Hudson interiors in fabric-

tral and South America and three They were able to Increase the years of service hasn't fired a shot or captured a criminal,

Caribbean Island Republics, the height of their habitat at about but his off-duty hours are packed with baffling murdersand Visit your Hudson showroom. We will give you a leather combination. We win gladly! demonstrate the
students, were selected to attend the same rate as the rising of the duels with
the second annual New York Her- waters. gun desperadoes. complete explanation of our delivery situation and performance that has won 149 official AAA records for
ald Tribune Forum for high That neck-and-neck race has I. Policeman Beyer is a free lance writer of detective

schools in New York. eontinued through the ages, stories and novels. show you when you can expect to get the Hudson of Hudson-more than are held by any other stock: car
while the When he finishes his round of
sea has risen nearly a
Housewife Wins $17,590For mile and coral skeletons havepiled checking doors and street lights BOYTE your choice. That might be sooner than you think! made. We can quickly point out the features that make

Radio Quiz Answer themselves one on anotherto helping school children across intersections -
form the saucer-like atolls and Termite and Pest Control Get a dose look at the smart new Hudsons in fresh new Hudson America's Safest Car! t.
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William H. McCormick. Lockhav- Important chapter in the holders to put ashes on icy pavements St. colors. Take your choice between the Super Series or

en. Pa. housewife last night won history of World War II. :Beyer hurries-home to his 9532 Pick your model,then let us take your order for a Good-
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she answered a broadcast tele- was captured typewriter where he taps out
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MrsMcCormick told Ralph Edwards in part upon twb of these formations stories and two novels-"Eenie.

master of ceremonies fort Dr. Hess reported. Meenie. Minie. Murder. and

program NBC "Truth that she or was Consequences"the mother 20 Million Germans man death Beyer of a says Puppeteer with ,a" note Police-of BUYURN SEE YOUR HUDSON DEALER LISTED BELOW

of three children.
Periled Cleric Claims frustration. "I've been a policeman ROW
six years and haven't fireda THE SMILING DUTCHMAN

WASHINGTON tUPl Conrad shot-.except for practice." General Insurance ,

x .DO YOU :rvaLi1Ii1i'1'.iIsIi1i1I A Cardinal Berlin. said von yesterday Preysing.that Bishop 20 mil of The policeman always wantedto Mortgage Real Estate Loans WILLIAM BARKLEY MOTORS

.. lion Germans may die if the be a writer' but it was a bout Phone 4335
Reich's heavy industry is not partially of insomnia that got him started.
; ; restored. The Cardinal arrived -' Unable to sleep Beyer began writ- ''I Hall! Bros. Agency II West Central Ave. at Garland Orlando, Florida

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the Chinese Cultural Theater in'''master. Buddhism supplies the

The Yale Glee Club one of the "An Evening in Cathay." at the I'stage with laughable nuns and

I outstanding college musical organizations 'Municipal Auditorium next Sat- lazy priests Taoism furnishes a
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will give a concert at Annie urday at 8:15: pjn. pantheon of demi-gods fairies and
Uf mrzJDmmlllilS: tT.mm._ I Russell Theater March 31, Dr. i This company of 14 Chinese supernatural animals.

ONE OF THE HIGHLIGHTS of the Winter Pork Garden Club members, were worn by the bride's Raymond Greene, chairman for the entire flower lins Hamilton College Holt announced president yesterday.of Rol' actors is touring the United States. The Chinese dramatist who delights

attendants and each attendant carried a muff of made her flower hat the foundationof I They have played in Chicago and in teaching a moral lesson
Garden Club Flower Show lost week at the Winter show, own The Yale Glee Club comes hereon often goes to what may appear
silvered moss to which was pinned of its annual tour that includes I:San Francisco and last week a
sprays which leaves and decorated with unreasonable lengths to reward
and was sea
Park Woman's Club the fashion show grape
was Richmond. Va.. Pmehurst. N. C.. successful one-night stand on
azaleas Many of the Garden Club members I good and to punish evil. Realismis
bridal revue Wednesday night. In the photographabove themselves appeared in flower hats which compli- tropical morning glories painted dusty rose; Mrs. S. Atlanta. Ga., Miami and Perm I Broadway and wherever they have. shunned and in its place Is
of the in the Beach. 1 I been their audiences are generousin found a lightness of touch mark-
are bridesmaids Eleanor Caine and Josephine mented their colorful gowns. In the photograph on Hopkins Hadley, one prize-winners Accompanying the club will be their praise. edly Impressionistic and enhanced

Alther, Mary Haley in a period bridal gown of the right are shown Mrs. George Saute, chairmanfor flower show, is wearing a headdress made from the Whiffenpoofs. who organizedin The Chinese Theater In ChinaIs : by music metre rhythmic gesture

white faille, Judy McKinnis, flower girl, and Sally the style show, who wore a cleverly fashioned palmetto leaves which have been dipped in Silver 1909. who and have humorous gained fame inter-by calculated to have a soporific and expressive posture which pro-
MacDowall bridesmaid Flower hats made I their unique effect on an occidental but as it I duce a stylized beauty and' some
by headdress of palmettq leaves dipped gold; Mrs. paint pretation of popular and other
is presented by this company It times an illusion of reality denuded -
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The Glee Club has been directed -
can produce. in Chinese painting the play-
Eve Curie Speaks Here TrtesdayyQnTotuuHall Musicians by Marshall Bartholomew since I,I The occidental'waves' his hand ,wright strives to achieve his effect

I 1921.The concert will be given In towards himself In order to signala by an economy of line brushing
McCormick friend to come. In China to accomplish aside time Charles
Series final Event At Sorosis honor of Gen.
Reeve who at 99 years of age. is I the same purpose the ic considerations.
Yale's oldest living graduate.The J hand Is waved outward as the I The Chinese drama does not
As the concluding event on the and conditions of men. In the Glee Club was organizedIn I westerner waves farewell. The j- hold up the mirror to present day
Town Hall Series sponsored by I many countries she reached. he Tuesday 1860 and this year is composedof method may be different but the {I life realistically depicted It offers .
result is the same. So it is with the essence of reality distilled -
about 50 voices. Under the direction -
Dorothy Lockhart. Eve Curie will i continued "A lecture by Eve Edward Langley baritone 1
of Bartholomew it has the theater the technique in the through centuries of exquis-
report on "France and the Post- i I Curie is sure to be powerful. sophomore at Rollins College will gained an international reputa- I west and in the east is different. i ite practice.

war World" Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. I Eve Curie has recently come to be the guest artist Tuesday after- tion. On two occasions it won the |but the object is the same-to
at the Winter Park High School this country from France and noon at Sorosis Music Day's pro- national championship in the InterCollegiate please the audience. I' Adm. Lynda McCormick
auditorium.At prior to sailing made a survey trip J' Glee Club contests \ Here in "An Evening In Cathay.
the outbreak of the war in of the devastated countries of Eu- gram. t.ie ;;'axta ak #, and on many occasions has won one finds a marvelous blending of Honor Guest at Dinneri
Europe. Eve Curie worked in the i j rope. Her report will be based Mr. Langley who is from North : regional championships.The the arts of the playhouse: singing
French Ministry of Information. I upon these recent observations.The Carolina attended Rollins before .2 ,s.ymertt',.!"raaf club has not only appearedin recitation, pantomime dancing i Adm. and Mrs. John BeardaQ,
and after the fall of France she I usual open question and I entering the service and i every major city of the United I and orchestral music all combined :, who are spending the season at
went to England: to continue the ,I I answer period which has becomeone present a student of Miss Mabel nI States but has sung also in Great 1 to make an harmonious whole. ,. the Highland Lake were hosts last
fight against the Nazis with the of the most stimulating and Ritch. He will be accompanied by Britain. France Belgium. The I The imagination of the watcherIs evening when they entertained a
Free French Forces under Gen. enlightening parts of these events Miss Barbara Herring who will k : Netherlands. Germany Austrla'i given full rein on the unlocalized i group of friends at a dinner partyat
de Gaulle. The Vichy Govern- will follow the lecture.Those plan- also play a group of piano selec- Poland. Denmark. stage where the characters un- the Officers Club.
ment took cognizance of her pro- ning to attend are requested to tions. Miss Herring is a Junior at :. den and Finland. It also has tour- bolt and push open imaginary | The affair was in honor of Mrs.
ally feelings by depriving her of bring pencils with them for the Rollins and .student. of Dr. Helen 3w < ed South America. doors and are separated by un- Beardall's brother. Vice Adm.
French citizenship.' and paper will be. sup- Moore. seen walls. To the Chinese audience Lynde D. McCormick, who arrived
Of her recent book. "Journey questions The program of which Mrs. Allan Y Lecture Recital Monday a whip to represent a horseor here Saturday on an official inspection -
Among Warriors. which was the Chandler is chairman of the a mere word to suggest an orchard tour and is the weekend
result of a five-month tour of the day has been announced as fol- At Unitarian ChurchThe is Just as real as an elab- guest of Brig. Gen. Leo A. Walton.
principle fighting fronts all over Birth AnnouncementMr. lows: Revs.' William and Wilna orate setting to an American one. Adm. McCormick has recently returned -

the world during 1942. Dr. John .and Mrs. Charles Hulf ish of rch OroH Hltht __i_Robert Schumann Constable co-ministers of the Plays which have been presented from Honolulu where he
Martin noted lecturer ot- Winter: Kissimmee are announcing the tin: JuniUn.'Ucbt Xltt Madchen First Unitarian Church will pre- for centuries may be 'seen in served as deputy commander of
Park says "I found her book un- i arrival of a daughter born March Robert Schumann sent a lecture recital on Shake- China week in and week out and the Pacific Fleet. At the conclu-
Mtrpassed by any other carrei i 13. at the Orlando Osteopathic Die Dr Pott Wanderer___________._____Frau Fran Schubert Schubert speare's "MacBeth" at the First the audiences never seem to tire sion of his stay in Orlando he is
ndent's work I have read. i Hospital. The baby has been 'Mr. LaD.Ie Unitarian Church comer of Cen- of them. Ethics and religion peo- returning to his headquarters in
"It..reveals illuminating facts named Barbara Lee Hulfish. Mrs. Etude!: ___D Srym.now.ktCaurectu. tral and Rosalind Ayes!! Mondayat ple the stage with distint types of i Norfolk. Va. where he is in commander
about people high and low. powerful I Hulfish is the former Betty Crox: : Op.,. ______Brahm.ch ,: :,t 8 p.m. This lecture is sponsoredby characters. Confucian ethics of battleships of the At-
and unimportant all kinds ton of Orlando. no la X Plat KIM Minor _____Brahm the Orlando Women's Alliance.Miss champion filial piety loyalty of lantic Fleet.

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Miss Daniel gagement of their daughter. Suzanne bc4T
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Yale son of Mr. and Mrs. ArthurM.
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2 ,MRS THURMAN T. HATTON JR. employed for some time at the
: Special[ to'The Sunday Sen oner-Stor] married in GermanyHattonSnowber City Hall. Mr. Yale attended the "
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Juanita Daniel daughter -
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of Mrs. W. A. Daniel of Eagle
S'S Lake and Ren Clayton Campbell in Munich Chapel I I the Italy.Office At present of Strategic heis Service associatedwith in
Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. ,
his father in business in
S'k Campbell of Polk City. The Holy Cross Chapel in Munich\Brussels lace. The draped skirt I I. Winter Park. -
ceremony was performed at the "
a x home of the bride's mother with Germany was the scene of the featured an embroidered satin I I <
\ the Rev. Clyde E. Frazier. pastorof wedding of Eileen Marie Snowber. 'panel and ended In a long train. '''man. Ushers were Bertl Amberg. f ,
a., k the First Methodist Church of daughter of M.Francis Snowber of The bodice, was of Brussels lace!!! ARC and Wilson Prock of Pel-
Winter Haven officiating. Far Rockaway N.Y. to Lt. Thur- *with sweetheart neckline and long ham.N.Y-now stationed with the N
;2, The bride Is a graduate of Win-J man T. Hatton Jr. AUS. which sleeves!! of ivory satin trimmed at 'Army In Munich. r
ter Haven High School coming to took place earlier In the year detail the cuff 1th a ruffle of lace. She I II I I Following the ceremony a reception <
Eagle Lake nine years ago from -of which bare Just; been received I carried a prayer book boundin was held at.the AmericanRed .
Brewton. Ala. She was employed here by the bridegroom's white satin and trimmed with Cross billet where decorationswere ,', "
x3 '.: K r. ih by the Southern Bell Telephone parents. Mr.'and Mrs. T.-T. Hat- white Macs:: and lilies of the valley. of evergreens, white lilacs
Co. in Orlando. ton of Orlando. 1 Her only ornament was a diamond and Spring flowers.Lt. : "
; .. The bricegroom is a graduate of The ceremony was performed by brooch of her mother's. I I Hatton and his bride went ;; : ); 2 .', '
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: Kathleen High School and is at Chaplain E. E. Kusch in a settingof Miss Theodora Weers of Peoria. to Berchtesgaden for their wed- ; <: W, <. ,; ; ,;'
present employed with Imperial white lilacs greens petunias Hi, was maid of honor wearinga ding trip. She wore a traveling yea Growers. Inc.; in Winter Haven. I and primroses.The I skirt of Dubonnet velvet and I I ensemble of black gabardine suit Y l
e l The wedding 'party Included bride was given in marriage -- hand-painted flowered ivory silk with black-and-charteuse striped *; ,
z ? Miss Odell Tillman of Auburadale by Capt. George E. McDonald blouse She carried blouse and orchid corsage. J. dtv.t.tft
as maid of honor and Willard Mayof i of Providence. R. L. now with !toned bququet of an.Old-fash-1 I lue bride attended Brooklynand : ,>;,:: :4i, t

MRS. REN CLAYTON CAMPBELL JR. Winter Haven as best man. the U. S. Engineers in Goppingen I Robert Marks of Hollywood. Hunter Colleges. Lt. Hatton MISS SUZANNE 'KATHRYN ROLFE
.. The couple will make their home Germany. She wore her mother's J{Calif. now with the Army Exchange -I I attended Summerlin Institute and
-. recent bride In Orlando in the near future. j'wedding gown of:Ivory satin with 1 Service Munich, was best the University of Florida. ( r. e to be married to Thomas Baker Yale1 ,

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7a9e t 2 [IB1] gilt &mtban &rtdhttl-&tar Orlando, Florida, March 16, 1947 the coming 1947 Legislature win ed to bring copies of the Florida
MadgefullerIs > be examined. The group intendsto Constitution, the model Constitu-
follow closely the proceedingsof I tion and their uniform note books.
f Miss the coming session and reportat Any one Interested in Constitu-
Graves Bride
1 B1 Tea Table Of the meetings. Members are ask tion study is invited to attend.

Mr. CleaverTo .( > R. AL Johnston i * * * * .

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J ft"w ?q+ o'M + 'Y'frYar' +LwP'r Chatter Mr. and Mrs. Clifford :Fuller of ,

Marry .4, this city announce the marriageof it .
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their Madge to Rob-
,: : +,o+%.iri+,pyyy. 1.wr.'yv?ay A'xfa?.: daughter *
'Mrs John Kfrkpa trick Graves Br CYNTHIAIt ert M. Johnston of Winter Garden it

of Winter Park formerly of Scars which took place Mar. 6. at .
dale, N. Y. announces the en- was almost incredible the the First Baptist Church. with Dr. it --. -
beauty and profuseness of the J. Powell Tucker officiating. The .
gagement of her daughter Rosa decorated with banked ,
flowers and floral arrangementsat church was .
mond McAllister Graves to a the Winter Park Garden Club's j I greenery and lighted candles. ./ ". ,--
Charles Edward Cleaver son of F.q Flower Show last week. MILDRED I I The bride wore a suit of blue, .'
Montague H. Cleaver of Amityville,, (Mrs.Frederick] TRISMEN, president with brown and white accessories '
Long Island N. Y. she carried Bible bearing an .
"' of the Garden Club had delegated and a .
Miss Graves was a student at .,gu:.. cA ty the Show to BILLIE [Mrs.I orchid tied with shower of ribbon I
the Winter Park High School and o Rayl GREENE and that it had and sweetpeas.Miss it
Abbot Academy and is a graduateof been planned long and carefullywas Sylvia Motley the brjde's' .
Bradford Junior College in Mas- evidenced In every foot of the only attendant, chose a pink crepe .
sachusetts. She later served overseas floor and wall-space of the Colon- dress with black accessories and .
with the American Red Cross ial-type Woman's Club.JEANErI'E her corsage was of talisman roses. .
Mr. Cleaver attended Williams t <, knCf: EUGENE GOOSSENS William ORork was best man and K
dR [Mrs. HUGH] Mc-
College and is a gradaate of Harvard {x'>i 'Y'A'pv nfix+ noted conductor ushers were Billiard Johnson. .
School of Business KEAN had arranged a stunning and Richard /
University Howard Dobson \ & -
Administration. He is now with garden scene on the stage where Johnston. .

the Corning Glass Co, in Coming the Fashion Show was held. WARREN CincinnatiOrchestra Immediately after the ceremonythe : L------- .
SULLIVAN had lent colorful
IT. Y. after discharge as a lieutenant couple left for a short wedding
commander In the Navy garden-furniture and MRS. E. S. trip through the State and upon'' I
The wedding will take place this FOWNES had lent a beautiful their-return will make their home .
Spring.L. wrought-iron flower-stand with In Winter Park.League. .
about a dozen potted plants on Its
spreading wings. Here I. .
On the main floor In front of Playing Group

i ,...\',y, .(W'p the stage was a magnificent display I Members of the Central Florida i. .
iy' of orchids bromeliads and I
y a' R Civic Music Assn. will be given .
""'d ':c:, -. "" ::e?:' "" """ _" -". .,-.! other arranged tropical by MULFORD foliage loaned FOSTER and, I an opportunity to hear one of the StudyingLegislation .
II Oyster : : '' of the Tropical Arts Gardens. In six principal orchestras of Amer-

Notes rt "f ;,1 ; :rJ 3 3MISS Orlando.the Men's RALPH Circle'of WHEELER the Garden, of i ica on Monday. March 24 at the .14-

Orlando Auditorium
,, Club, lent lovely Nun-orchid and Municipal The legislative clause In the i i I.
ESTHER MARIE ALLEN some other specimens and there when the Cincinnati Symphony Florida Constitution the organization ', 4 .Take it from someone who takes off shoes a bun. .
We're Hatching Up just too lovely Orchestra procedure and methods of j
were simply many with its 88 virtuoso
Something For Easter her marriage told. things to be able to name them the Legislature will be the sub- ,! dred times a day! We who sit on the fitting stool .
players, gives a concert here Eugene I
,* all. A youngster from the elemen- Ject for discussion at the meetingof .
shoes feet size
and on of shape1and hate
try ::
You really should see our tary school had made a miniature Goossens, distinguished com- the Constitution study sectionof every
Easter Eggs. They were laid In Harper-Allen Activities SetAt garden complete in every tiny detail poser and conductor will. direct the League of Women Voters learned this by experience. 14-
California by Kay Finch and' and named it the J. C. SMITH the concert. Wednesday at 3 pan. at the San i
are ready to hatch In Florida or Memorial Garden In honor of the The Cincinnati Orchestra Is Juan Hotel. 14-
\TaIk-Over shoes fit feet naturally and
anywhere else you may send Nuptials Held St. Luke'sThe High School principal who died ,recognized as one of the finest This will be compared with the 14it -
them. These are hand deco- last; year; a touching tribute to a1'I symphonic ensembles In the world. corresponding article in the model prettily.and Walk.Over lasts follow
'rated china eggs that open to schedule this week at the man who loved flowers. 'I I(I I With a background of fine mu- Constitution which provides for it
reveal your Easter gift In all In Sanford Episcopal Church of St. Luke Is JUNE and VIRGINIA NELSON.'*sical traditions dating back to the i a one-house Legislature the establishment the foot in action. .
sizes for large and small :Slits. I in lovely Guatemalan costumes. I beginning of the 19th Century I of 'a Legislative Coun- -,
Really enchanting and some- Miss Esther Marie Allen daughter as follows: I lent a colorful note to the Pani i it came into being in 1895 in response i I t t ell. a continuous session, closer cooperation .
thing to keep. We ship theseeverywhere. .of Mr. and Mrs. Mason Allenof munion Daily-[7:30 except ajn.The Thursdays Holy at Com-10 American display which won 1 1LORETTA to the demands of musical ; of the members with .
this city became.the bride of Cincinnati for the executive department, changes
ajn.l; 12 noon Intercessions and SALMON the one tri a permanent orchestra <<
Tea Services L. B. [Tommy] Harper son of Litany: and 5 pjn. Evening prayer I color ribbon of the whole show. of the first rank which \I Itn committee procedure and othe. ECHO TIE .
In modern silver from Georg Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harper also of [except Saturdays]. Mrs A.B.MORGAN'S white room I would give frequent interpreta- 'departures from the present pro- 'K
visions In most State governments.The .
featuring all-white of the best in the musical
arrangements |
Jensen and in Victorian plate this city. Friday afternoon In a MondaY-3 pan. Woman's Auxiliary personnel make-up ol 4' An White Calf
literature or
various guild meetings 7 MRS. NORMAN DeFORESTS all- of the world. AH Blue Calf
from England-the largest col- quiet ceremony in Sanford attended ; .
lection we have had in years only by members of the pm. Choir boys rehearsal; 7 p.m. yellow arrangements In the foyer Prior to the founding of the I <<
and with correct trays. Also Immediate families. I St. Vincent's Guild of Acolytes; and MRS. S. HOPKINS HAD- orchestra-as far back as( 1800- $12.95.
a beautiful pair of Victorian The bride was attired in a gray 7:30: pjn. Boy Scouts. Troop 33; LE5TS all-pink arrangements in choral and instrumental organizations Open Monday EveningsWARREN'S Q
vegetable dishes revolving tureen and chartreuse crepe afternoon 8 pjn. Parish Council meeting. the adjoining room were a revela- flourished in Cincinnati I 1 << .
water pitchers: sauceboats dress, with which she wore a Tuesday p.m. Junior Choir tion of what can be done in this from time to time. The great Also in Black Patent ..
and many other good white straw hat and brown acces- rehearsal; 3:30 p.m. Children's line.And of course the flowerhatswere Theodore Thomas was the founder with Gabeidin
pieces for sories.- confirmation instruction class with a new and novel feature and director of a Aumber of .
wedding presents it
from $e.6o Including tax. After" a wedding trip to St. Augustine Canon Gumm at Cathedral School. which highlighted the show. I(I these. The most famous of his Winter Park Phone 68 4t $10.95
the couple will return to Wednesday am. Park Lake I I I VIRGINIA Mrs. Wyckliffel 1 1I projects,the biennial May Festival .
Sheets for the Baby Orlando to make their home. The Guild at Chapter House for sewing NELSON walked off with the most still flourishes with the Cincin- .
have arrived from Macghab. bride attended Orlando schools ; 7:30 pjn. Full Cathedral I I ribbons, but probably no other nati Symphony Orchestra as the I it
with matching pillow case. Also and for the past 15 months has Choir rehearsal. | person connected with the Show I fulcrum upon which one of the. 4c .
sweaters bonnets, blankets and been employed by the American Thursday-9:40 ajn. Interces- had put so much, down-to-earth most notable musical events of
.shawls from Berea. Baby toys Fire and Casualty Co. Mr. Harper sions; 10 ajn. The Holy Communion 'I lno I pun intended] effort into the America is built. it .
I and Easter ducks and rabbits. attended schools in Florida, and ; 7:30: pjn. Meeting of display.. She spends endless hoursIn An orchestra of 40 musicians DIAPER SERVicE .
Sterling fork spoon and pusher during the war served with the Daughters of the King; 8 her garden and has something which presented concerts in Cin- fNr ...."'.tien. N .
: from Jensen's. I the U. S. Marine Corps. He Is now in Lenten evening service with lovely planted or potted in every I cinnati prior to 1895 under the Immediate D.li..ry I i. .
father.construction business with his op Louttit preaching on Pm.j available space of her yard porches direction of Michael Brand was PHONE 2-3357
Spring Pones ings of the Church." This and patio. Her roses were simply another of the Important predecessors I I. .

I an the tray from our famous Birth of services will run through April gorgeous; her verbena orchids I of the Symphony Orchestra. I PLATO PUMP .
$3.95 handwoven white bag up Announcement 3 on Thursday nights and is spon- pansies, violets and I Indeed when the present orches- EXPERTWATCH .
to our finest Mark Cross alligator Mr. and Mrs. S. Zimmermanare sored by the Cathedral Men's thing else had been every-I; tra was formed this group of REPAIRING I it Tan Polished Calf .
one. Each perfect in its announcing the birth of a Club. petted into their very players was its nucleus. The pres-
class.COther daughter on Tuesday March 11, Friday-3:30: pjn. Cub Scouts; Altogether it was quite a show ent personnel includes 88 players..Its [Specializing In Swiss and American ,I. $12.95
I at the Orange,Memorial Hospital. 4 pm. Children's Lenten service as you may have gathered. And I I conductors in chronological Watches. 8 Days Service. 'I 4 .
new arrivals are gold The child will be called Ella Rebecca held In the Cathedral for all children over a thousand visitors enjoyedthe order have been Frank Van der ORLANDO JEWELRY I it ,. ,.
and silver charms. Jensen gold Zimmerman. followed later by Instructionand event and took away count- Stucken. Leopold Stokowskl Dr. : *
I 256 S. Orange. Corner Jackson it
pencils silk ties good sta- Illustrated slides on "Life of less cuttings to plant in their own' Ernst Kunwald. Eugene Ysaye. .
tionery, music boxes-, Churchill Indians In the territory that the Lord Jesus" in the Parish yards window-boxes.. I Fritz Reiner and Eugene Goos- I << .
icarfs and throws; later' became the United States House; 7:30 pjn. Full Cathedral 000 I sens. Mrs. William Howard Taft .

[- Charming Easter Cards cultivated 25 different crops. Choir researsal. During their visit here this Win !was elected,the first president of << Jit
Saturday 9:30 ajn. Junior ter MRS. MARVIN McCLATCHEY i the association and served in that Compare
; We are closed on Saturday r" " '" ,. Acolytes serving in the Sunday and :MISS ELLA KEEL, both i capacity from 1895 to 1900 retiring 1 )
: afternoons : OUT OF TOWN ARTIST : School service will meet with of Atlanta Ga.. have been fetedat 1 i when Mr. Taft later President'of I. .. r
I : j Canon Gumm for instruction in a perfect whirl of bridge and the United States and Chief, e ivtn all oth f .
Joy Hawley Helen Ryan : Oil Coloring: ,of Photographs : the Cathedral; 7 to 7:30: pjn. One tea parties and on Saturday MRS.GEORGE i I Justice of the United States Supreme era it TERRACE. SPECTATOR
r4 of the clergy will be In the chapelfor PERSONS entertained j! Court was appointed Gover- 14it -
Located the Particular Attention to Fine Details .
on patio reached : [Similar to illustration
. from 120 N. Orange and Guaranteed Satisfaction spiritual counsel and absolu- with a dessert bridge party for j nor of the Philippines., The sec- In lone, In beaut not .perforated.] except .
'';, 35 W. Washington tion.The them at the Country Club .,I it
Marjorie Sperry Phone 6009 :
various guilds of the auxi- During their stay they have been' Two'Color Suit .
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follows 10 Cathedral Guildat Beige Linen Tan Calf trim- I
: ajn. Dwarfs Hip Size
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the Chapter House with Mrs. med. ISuppI711m1ted.]
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Melville E. Johnson for an all-day I j I Smash style hit which tops a' HEAR THE NEW << ,..
I When the plane from Chat-
dark skirt with .
See the a light-colored $10.95
sewing bee and regular at
meeting i '
tanooga got in last night there -
,jacket .
not have
;, may been created Ic
2:30: pjn.: at 3 o'clock St Cecelia's Manavox
1 I were several Sewanee Military i for the '
hippy girl but she can take
I I .
Guild will meet with Mrs. I .
Easter Fashions at the Academy boys aboard including full advantage of it for figure improvement -
Shop W. J. Steed. 732 Lucerne Ter.; I,, HARRELL DARDEN. JACKIE I R.die J Plieee3r.ph
K .
Eola Guild with
Mrs. W. RoderickDorsey ,
729 Euclid Ave. on which I I.I BEARDALL CHARLIE LEWIS 1!i This solves her problem by giving I :71... ..u.J ..ll 1Ia,...Ii..w. .
I White and pastel frocks in fine sheers-lace occasion Mrs. James H. Fassett LYLE. her a light top that magnifies << .
hand ARTHUR YERGEY . 1915
I'I proportions a dark skirt that!
will be the co-hostess I I
. trimmed ,,,,dies exquisite bonnets-and Guild will meet with Mrs.: Park EdwardJ. Lake; I Arthur is bringing home as his dwarfs I hip size. I j : WiLK-OFER : ;
house guest for the week's vaca-| Another style boon which de-' COOPER'SMUSIC
white gloves and purses to complete the out. Dozier. 1512 E. Central Ave. tion. JOHN CONWAY of Puerto signers make available to the STORE HOCKS:
[The Park Lake Guild also an- IM: A.M. to *:M .
I fitSmart r Rico. I Io hippy girl Is that of placing details K P.M.aah e1ocItea; .
nounces that they will meet on r) oA I
at safe distance
a from her
20 W. Church St.
Wednesday, at 11
: mornings o'clock .
I trio spending this week In hips. Details--often of eye-baiting
. Easter suits forjiftle! boy.-u'hite Eton through Lent for sewing In preparation Tallahassee includes MARGARET.u color-which flag attention away I' 'Phone <4652< '
for their bazaar and Silver i WALK OVER SHOP
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caps-gay ,socks. Tea to be held BAUGH DOTTIE McPHERSON from her hips are placed at the
on Wednesday. and JESSIE McCALLA Arriving throat shoulders, waistline and :
April i.] At 8 pjn. St. Martha's [Orlando Boot Stool d'
today from Milwaukee Wis., above the elbows. .
Guild will meet 'with Miss I
Betty are ED ERDMAN'S PARENTS Back fullness Is often inserted *.
Frey. 1521 E. Jefferson St. St.Elizabeth's w i 64 N. Orange Ave. Bearham Theatre Block
The '
Judy-Jim Shop MR. and MRS. E. G. ERDMAN. In a sheath of a skirt to hide a it .
: Guild will
meet Wed-
: '
? together with their friends. MR. hip bulge that needs concealment. '
: I 382 N. Orange Ave. ', TeL 2.1201 nesday morning at 10 ajn. with and MRS. A. SAUER. also of Milwaukee -j * * * * * *
Mrs. Fred
I Mathers 770 GreensSt
D Dubsdread. The Lucerne Guild They plan to spend here'' ]!' legs Last week Jetty was ini-
E T- does not meet this week. I' the remainder of the season tiated Into Phi Mu sorority. .
and are staying at the Hotel Orange 000

Court. MRS. J. C. COLE and daughter -
r> o r>
CATHIE are leaving tomorrowfor
Does any organization or club New Orleans where they'll take
; have some black-out curtains the luxury liner Del Sud. bound
.'" tr packed away which they'd like to for Rio There theyll join Mr. I s

: ; donate to St. Luke's Sunday Cole who preceded them six
school: Canon Gumm tells that
us months ago and is connected with
{ .:. '. blackout curtains would solve the the Gulf Oil Co. .Accompanying
'Clit -- ---'- i problem of darkening the room so Mrs. Cole and Cathie to New Or-
CllDr4sk designs .. that the movies which accompany leans will be her mother, MRS. J.
.'' .. : > the lesson may be shown. ? C. CARROLL and they'll be join-
r> r> o
,, : ed In New Orleans by her brother-
laze. -
fantasy of white /
: ,, JETTY NORTHRUP daughter in-law and sister, MR. and MRS.
:' ; -," .. -- of MRS. R. A. CARMICHAEL, of FIELDS LAMAR of Birmingham ,

& 'with caicadct of trailug buitlt.X 1, Orlando has recently been electedas who are coming over to wave Bon
.'"' a member of the Bios Club an Voyage. Before returning to Or-
,. Siza ,16. organization for outstanding lando Mrs. Carroll will visit the

': students In biology at Brenau Col- Fields in Birmingham. .

Ben Barrack plants a rose amid '
: ,

;' ; + Electric Table Fountain swathed draping and brings stars .

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iJ' Glorious to your eyes with his invitation -

Bubbling .
Easter .
l to glamour .

Living '

, This distinctive Black $37.50
-: Navy or crepe. I

bubbling fountain .

t attracted Off-face bonnet in milan straw. $10

much attention at
the recent fair. i

Fill the bowl with water and plug into any Use Our Layaway Plan

electrical outlet. Arrange greens and flowersin -, f

the bowls and yon have a delightful decoration ".. .-

-indoors or outdoors. Several models for ;

individual tastes.99Holle. '
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Musicians CompetingIn I Orlando, Florida, March 16, 1947 Efrg l frmttetg &thtgl-Ster Page 3 [Bl] t['end president was Mrs. Christian Its operation m the hand cl L
Open HouseAt R. Holmes sister of the late Julius board of trustees.
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Festival HereThe I Fleischmann, one-time Mayorof The program to be given by the
Cincinnati who served until Cincinnati Orchestra is:
Lake District of the Florida CherokeeCherokee xy BaldwinStarrNuptials 1913. The late Mrs. Charles Phelps Wagner. Overture. The Flying
pr" anon; of Music Clubs is hold- Taft succeeded her. serving from Dutchman": Elgar Symphonic
Ing its competitive festival both Junior High Open Held 1913 to 1929. when the newly- Variations Enigma. Op. 36; Char-
the junior and student 'musician House will be held in conjunctionwith Y : formed Cincinnati Institute of brier. Rhapsody, "Espana": Tchal-
Fine Arts assumed the responsibility kowsky. Symphony No. 5 in E.
divisions Wednesday at 2,pm.. at the P-TA meeting on Tues- In Atlanta for the orchestra and placed minor. Op. 64.Simpsons .
Borosis House in Orlando. day at 8 pjn.

Acting as judges will be Hans During the Ikisiness of the Miss Mozelle Starr daughter of "Ours Alone" Collection-

Barth. noted musician. who Is meeting. there will be the elec- Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Starr of Atlanta -

making his Winter home in Jacksonville tion of officers for next year. Ga.. became the bride of

judging the piano entrants The school band will give a Edgar Maynard Baldwin, son of

: and Harold Milne Giffen .series of numbers and J. B. Book- :Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Baldwin of II IIS White for Chic

of Stetson University Conservatoryof hardt. principal of the school will: Winter Park. March 8 at the

Music. Judging voice entrants. address the parents. The teachers -i Me: 1 N'....v. }v R' I Capitol View Presbyterian Churchin

win greet the parents In.their! Ij Atlanta. Dr. G. Manford

The Whistling Oyster respective rooms where the year's ; II j Gutzke officiated with the double

work will be on display. The Hospitality Mil ceremony.
Committee has planned' I The altar was decorated with I

refreshments during the social i arrangements .of white gladiolas.
: I time that will conclude the meet against a background of palms! I
ing. ferns and lighted tapers In grad-
]uated candelabra.
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---i :-1 : Given in marriage by her father l
the bride had as her maidof
honor her sister. Miss Miriam } '
tIIl )'v' Starr. Richard O. Baldwin servedas I '
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: [ his brother's best mane and' \
f :., 'A...- ushers included. Thomas StarrJr. I

Really Fine Gifts ., brother of the bride Fred MISS S ALL I IE M'KIESEN, I
kRfy Hull Jr.. Maynard Evans Jr., and
Capt. W. H. Wildbur. noted cosmetician of the Southis 1
Silver-Marghab .
Linen I
Jensen The bride selected a Winter now in charge of McElroy's
Spode Wedgwood-Castleton Smart Clothes white two-piece suit with prayer new and enlarged cosmetic I i'
E Swedish Crystal Mark CrossMat'7 book covered with purple orchid.
i Her only ornament was a string and perfume department. Miss
Chess etc. !
for I J ;h. .k: of matched pearls a gift of the McKibben's many friends will I na'a

bridegroom. Her attendant. Miss welcome her return to Orlando,
This Week's HighlightsPure I L Starr. wore a navy blue suit with having for the past 16 years I Z'\E
Tots and Teens matching accessories, and a corsage -
been associated with the
aU. Tggf "*'* ff jr )iliR4G1d:'YF* X<- : of white camellias. .
Silk Ties MISS MIRIAM REATHA KOTTELMAN The bride's mother chose a I: outstanding cosmetic and per-II

Handsome MirrorsSt. Oar white suits for boys her engagement announced black suit with white carnations il fume concerns and in leading

Patrick's Day Cards ire good looking tailored affairs '* ok for her corsage.was attired The in bridegroom'smother a powder I stores throughout the country. '
New Earrings i of twill in sizes .i.it I
m Lamps t 6 to ,10, and in fine quality Miss Kottelman Sets June Date !corsage blue two-piece was pink dress camellias.and her I|I j I Ii

poplin. in smaller sizes. I Following a wedding trip at rs. J., C. Otey ,
Closed on Saturday 1 I Daytona Beach Mr. and Mrs. !,i
Afternoons t Girls' dresses are from For Marriage to Ernest Go.er I Baldwin will reside at their home Rosalind/ ClubChairman .
Infants' sizes through size in Winter Park. i .YTJ'liite
I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kottelman Senior High School, and is now a I The out-of-town guests were.I
t 14 in wide variety of lovely t tr ,
The WUsUiBC Oyster label a of this city are announcing the : Junior at the University of South Mrs. E. R. Baldwin Mr. and Mrs.R. : !
adds distucthm to your fill. colored Easter materials. W Wo '! engagement of their daughter.i ii Carolina, in Columbia S. C. O. Baldwin. Mr. and Mrs. May Z

On patio reached from 120 N. i i Miriam Reatha. to Ernest J. Goer, Mr. Goer attended Washington nard Evans Jr.. Capt. and Mrs. I '
Chairman of the Rosalind Club
r o 19 W. Washington St. son of :Mr. and Mrs. Albert Goer; University in St. Louis. Mo.. before W. H. Wildbur, Mr.and Mrs. Robert I
Orange and 35 W. Washington '
of Charleston S. C. The weddingI joining the Army Air Forces Medlock. Mrs. W. B. Edwards, hospitality committee for the i
k.- -.-::.- I will be an event of June 14, and in which he served for approxi- >.!Mrs. Earl Harpole. Mrs. Martha bridge tea this Thursday and the i
I plans will be announced later. mately three At present he' Holloway all of Winter Park; Mr.
years. ;
'i""! ..,....",,,-'.._.,:::It e.$44 o"'h,. .<-::.''j;< /<';s"-,.o;)_r-#;<';,....<-.J""",""""'. '....,......"."." ...",, ._.. I The bride-elect a native of Orlando is in business with his father in and Mrs. Lloyd E. Jones. Chattanooga subsequent Thursday is Mrs. J. C. i
.;. < graduated from Orlando I i, Charleston. I Tenn.: Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Otey.Mrs. 1 /
,: Bertt :Mr. Jim Bertt. Blairsville I Parker Enwright is vice-
iI Ga.: Mrs. John F. Carey. Cornelia chairman and other committee'

;'f Executive Garden Club Ga.: U. T. Smith. Miss members includes the Mmes. Jerry
Patsy Smith Mansfield. Ga.: Mr. I
1 and Mrs. Paul Hitchcock. Macon' Ruble. Harold Krebs. John Mc- '' as a heron's wing this lovely

Committee Re.electsPresident Ga.: Mrs. F. G. Hull Mr. Rueben Pherson. Horace Jacobs 3d. Mar-
R costume In feather-light all/-wool gabardine
Hull. Acworth, Ga. shall Mallory Joseph Beard. Jul ,
ian Pace-and the Misses Mary The long, one-button jacket is extravagantly -
; Meeting Set j I II I Helen Helen Jacobs. Sara Layton and
flattering and to
I I Jean Yothers. so easy wear.
The legislative program for the :Mrs. Julian E. Laughinghousewas .
Sixes 10 20.
present administration of the re-elected to the office of to $55
I Florida Congress of Parents and presidency of the Orlando Garden Plays Monday IMBEITS :
I Teachers will be adopted at a I Club Friday when the club held
V meeting of its State Executive its annual! meeting at Sorosis Miss Helen Moore who will give Jewelry & Gift Shop I From our beautiful collection of Spring Suits.
..lM Committee here Tuesday at 8 p.m. I House. the second of her Beethoven recitals ,
I in the San Juan Hotel.Recommendations > Other board members electedto t at the Winter Park Woman's 1 COMPLETE SELECTION '
Club at 8:15: tomorrow an- Use Our PlanS1MPSONS
1 of the Citizens serve with her are as follows: pm. Layaway
Education Committee will be nounces that tickets for the first EASTER'CARDSHAMMERED
Mrs. W. T. Chennell, first vice-
discussed. :Mrs. Mary Dial of president; Mrs. J. M. Scott, sec- recital on Feb. 13, which were ;
Miami member of the Congress' unused will be valid for this per-
ond vice-president: Mrs. Crawford i
Sanlando Springs Tropical Park Iii p legislative committee said yester- Bickford recording secretary; formance.The S I
day. :Mrs. H. H. Parrish corresponding program: COPPER
Sonata No. 12 In A flat Major. OP. 211:
; Results of the January, state-
Central Florida's Finest Offering for a day of outdoor ( secretary; and Mrs. J. B. Siemens Andante con .anaz"mL Scherzo gad trio.Marto .
wide youth guidance and counsel- treasurer.Mrs. Funrbre. Alleiro PLATTERS & BOWLS I
pleasure; picnicking bathing; dancing picture making i ing clinics conducted by Dr. Alice : Laughinghouse presided at Sonata No. 23) In F Minor. ()Jt. 57;
L or dining at the New Sanlando Clubhouse. There's Sowers of the University of Okla- the business meeting at which ma Allegro non assai.troppo" Andante con moto Allegro 2207 EDGEWATER DR. I I 16 WEST CENTRAL IN ORLANDO

beauty everywhere-at SANLANDO. A ,. homa will be considered in makingthe time annual reports of all officers Sonata (No 31) in A flat Major; Moderato COLLEGE PARK !
cantabile molto vsprruivo. AUtcromolto.
three-year plans for this ad chairmen I
circle and standing Acaiio ma Doa troppo. Arioso
I 12 miles from Orlando. Highway 17-92REASONS ministration. committee chairmen were heard. dolentae. .
Preceding the business meetinga
Plans were made for the arrangement -
y ,. _, school of instruction for the of floral of i
;" vo/ displays
board, members will be conductedby table decorations formal and informal i:If? AT ;N"T-;; PARK Jf J;
Mrs. Walter Beckham of
,to be held at the Cox and
Miami, national membership A 312 and 314 No. Park .*..
chairman and immediate past O'Neal Furniture Co. on March 26 7 On Block North ef the PMtoffico f< YOU'LL i iHe
WHY'Our and 27. Mrs. W. W. Baker is gen- i Handkerchiefs IlRr RIGHT ON TIME
I State president and Mrs. E. L. t' eral chairman of the event. There '

Thayer liamentarian.also of Miami. State par- IAn I I will be a mtjig of all the circle :, BARnEU'LInEnS'
committee chairmen at 11 ajn. .
out of town customers receive the all-day meeting scheduled of the boardof Tuesday at Cox and O'Neal to plan ( H! of oJ df444 FAMOUS WATCHES
managers is at the for the displays. j
some PERSONAL ATTENTION as we giveour San Juan Hotel Wednesday. The I Another feature of the business niporrtt frheiw

Orlando customers. Each Salesmanhas sessions will be presided over by 'I I meeting was the act of bestowingan ,ti I" .......... t 4
Mrs. J. Floyde Grimming of Tam- ,.
honorary membership
upon CM
a territory so if,you want to trade your pa. State president and will be attended j I Mrs. George C. Young an active f MonogrammmjfIt
by about 50 members. I member of the club
old furniture or buy a piece of new drop us president 1
Attending from this vicinity will during 19331935. LINEN
a card and we will have our. Salesman, for your terri be the Mmes. L. H. Gibbs and A. I', A luncheon followed the busi- O1 I The fabric of eleganet
G. Orlando Gillen McClure
Wagner ; -
ness meeting after which special
tory, call by to see you. Apopka; George Hanford '
guests were introduced by the From the line!! marts of Europe
Leesburg; Lacy Thomas Grove- president. These were Mrs. MerleB. and China.
land; Frank Pumphrey. Daytona t.
Mann of :Jacksonville
State ,
J. W. Patterson, Salesman John Young, Salesman Beach and Earl Williams Or- president of the Florida Federa- LACES EMBROIDERIES (

Enyart of Winter Park, State Jj
ZELLWOOD KISSIMMEEDAVENPORT Piano recording secretary; and Mrs. i j
APOPKA Pupils Harold F. Bache of Cocoa fourth t We Gift Wrap Uj
MT. DORAJames HOLOPAW-ST. CLOUD district director. Mrs. Mann was : (
the luncheon speaker. j lookers Welcome We may tempt.| .. J
Take Part
Members of the Beverly Shores I bat never urge to buy. LARD> ELGIN.? 1

Kelly, Salesman B. W. Butler, Salesman In Musicale\ tions Circle for were the in luncheon charge of meeting.decora- I I': i r..'Petolke..-.:i., )'... Michigan i 1, in_a.the -Summer ia_a ii n rMINALIT Extreme pine emartaessongurpoped accuracy i,J


OAKLAND DELAND Receiving from 4 to 6 pm. Sat- I, \ Ial. ;

CLERMONT OVIEDO urday Mrs. Joseph B. Shearouse $110.00 l
GROVELAND ALTAMONTE ,SPRINGS complimented her pupils and their J
mothers with a tea and musicale.Mrs. .
Shearouse was assisted by : of Fieri" i
Mrs. Samuel W. Cooksley. Mrs.
L V. Denham Salesman
Ethyleen Young Elmer B. Atkins, and Miss Sally -
Cooper. 't
ORLANDOR. During the afternoon Mrs. I -

George A. Downs soprano, sanga
group of songs. The four students -
Prop. who will represent the
class in the district festival of the E
, H. C ELROD, Sales Mgr. Florida Federation of Music Clubs 441 Park Ave., N. 'j ( dy e
played their contest numbers.
They are Sylvia Britt Sylvia Winter Park
Hardman. Kay Moon. Pat Smith.
YOUNG FURNITURE Others playing were Lois Blasin- t
game. Betty Bumby.Juliella Cooper I
DEALER OF BADCOCK FURNITURE Beverly Connell Adrtanna I! < / ,
Gab@l. Gayle Gielow Norma Jo I \
42-48 N. Garland St. Ph. 2-3471_ Hardman. Betty Ann Hart. Betty \ $42sUV
Leggett. Sylvia Jean Maxwell Elva
Lou McGee. II I BULOVA "Preser)I ,UpeJ Wa ca hitna4 J

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1 ::1'' band.Expansion'1 1 afa_**, .17 la-wbv

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: Maternity Dresses Introducing : i

,S Dresses that don't look their Caltex of California I I .j

: part! Smartly styled beautiOne
and two piece bathing'suits : :, ear .
: ful materials-suitable for morn.perfectly fitted lastex gar- e : i ""-- e' J
:, ing, street or afternoon and eve- ments-all seams are faggoted. ; I e Open .an account. Take VEX GRUEN-Count"CUR-. 17 j

Su.'r'\ 4c. advantage of the convenient jewels. pre;.i ota
: Combination Sun-Swim I
ing wear. By such well known Suit : weekly or monthly IIIOftIDCIIt. '
: makers as Smiling-Thru, Helen A snowy white three piece crea- i i is fu die ps sc.4.fecrul ) terms. $6750 BENRVE .J

i Scott Ma Be tion Beach Coat. Bra Top, : -t/1uk/ ak n.ffU "! hon"for mea 'I
Originals, Tu I I c.< : Shorts. An ensemble .
: for swimming '
Stork-Dater. ,
: or promenading. wts duuhu. 1


i See our large assortment of bags for Easter ; aMf .

0 Hats by Louise Vfl/fl /!) fflft 144 N. Orange Ave. iL zsi j

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r ...Page 4 [B1] IThr fbnbag &rntteft-&tar Orlando, Florida, March 16, 1947 !I OHS Group Central Florida Artists' Works M.as Van their Anden committee, the Mmes.members Pauline W.

r y r -"' t Oarvin. A. P. Massey.. C. P. Mc-

Park Lake leI"foreign, White missions Cross; Mrs.: Mrs.E. J.D.Bied-A. To Present On Dis-blav, Here This Week Can. Members of the hospitality

L committee of which Mrs. Claudia
. Cheney assembly home missions; x A preview showing of the worksof fered by Yowell-Drew-Ivey Co.. I
Cunningham is chairman: consists
AuxiliaryMeeting Mrs. A. L. Bees Christian En- Comedy DramaThe outstanding" artists of Central Mayor William Beardall and Mar -
I of the
Mmes. R. N. Heintzel-
: deavor: Mrs. D L. Dudley Thorn- f Florida will be shown Monday tin Andersen. .'I
Orlando Senior High School man. A. L. Piepenburg J. K.
well Orphanage: Mrs. C. H. Fer- from 7 to 9 pan. on the third floor :Miss Margaret Piper, chairman: Knight.
R. A.
: Set 4' Thespians under the direction of of the reception, will be assistedby Carmichael and C.
4 ran, relations and publicity; Miss 4l ,t. Miss Mildred Murphy are puttingthe of Yowell-Drew-Ivey Co. The Orlando the following board members of I P. McCalL

!, The annual meeting of the Lucy Arms, spiritual life; Mrs. A. finishing touches on that rol- Art Assn. which is sponsorIng the association: Jenkins Dolive H.

"Woman's Auxiliary of the Park L. Wright literature: Mrs. L. G. } fem. .S icklng comedy three acts. The this event. has issued special: Bernard Robinson the Mmes. I ENTIRE STOCK
Church Starbuck. flowers: Mrs. E. G. -. ,i \1 ( invitations to this !Showing. Mildred W. Pelzer Lu H. Jerome
; Lake Presbyterian will be Adventures of Huckelberry Finn, Florence Hudson. A. A. Piepen- 1 RARE & UNUSUALCAMELLIAS
giiiiman, sewing; Mrs. L. R. r % : ,
held Monday opening with a k. From Tuesday through Satur- ;
which will be presented at three burg C. C. Collier C. P. McCalL
covered dish' luncheon at 12:30: Nydegger Young People's representative ; exhibition will be to
performances this week at the day the open George C. Young Francois Cal"etand I
the Mmes. W. A. Whitcomb -
r pjn. with circle 5. Mrs. John Mrs. Ward Leppere Mrs.Z. : t 'fJ + ; OHS auditorium. This is the third I the public. Prizes have been of- John Kin.
Masek as hostess. ... ... Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Pelzer. cochairmen -
V. Raulerson. and A. B. Struble. The following women will be Circle chairmen include the Mmes.R. it3t ;s < Ai.! Series being given this year for Schedule Announced I for the exhibition have REDUCED DURING

installed as officers of the auxiliary L. Ellison. Charles Parsons. L.C. t'V4MISS -.... ,.' ,. the children of Orange County by .
: '
'\< > 'f. -
for the church year begin- Nicholson. O. O. Osborn A. L. } \::<'=-'':; =*:?":::-'.1::f the Junior League of Orlando. At Unity Church END-OF-SEASON
ning April: Mrs. C. L. Brundage Alexander,-George Carlin, Wilson ; -l : Small children and those in the STEINWAYPIANOS il CLEARANCE
,president: Mrs. Fletcher Martin Green Misses Ruth Mier and : county holding season tickets are Mrs. Josephine StucUe will f
first vice president: Mrs. L. C. Ruth Swearingen. fI :;>J-. requested to attend the matinee speak at the Unity Church todayat fi

Ingram second vice-president: : \' :: : performance Thursday at 3:30pjn the 11 am. devotional service. Authorized Steinway DealerCOOPER'S N. .L. Hasty Jr.
Mrs. J. M. Gelas, recording secre- .. ( 2 < i with high school students
Card Party Monday -. .... _: She will speak on "The Law of MUSIC STORE
tary: Mrs. M. C. Van Horn cor- """" ""''' :; : "' and adults taking advantage of 44 E. Colonial Dr. Tel. 2.2162
responding secretary: Mrs. L. M. The Women's Auxiliary of the I MISS LILLIAN LOUISE HOUS- ETTA LUCILLE PARKS the performances Wednesday and' Prosperity." 20 W. Church St. Ph. 4652

Cozzens treasurer: Mrs. O. W. Hotel Greeters of Orlando is entertaining ER whose to Leon bride-elect Friday at 8 pjn. Tickets whichare Activities for this week will Include -'
engagement Spring
Daugherty. historian: Mrs. F. W. with a card party on 25 cents for children and 50 a Monday morning class in
Bliss pastor's aid: Mrs. Ada Mier Monday evening at the San Juan Worth Garden is announced & cents for adults, are on sale at the r
"Lessons in Truth" at 10 ajn.
today by her Mr. and Albertson Public Library. S
Hotel mezzanine
floor parents, .
Mrs. Erma Warner.At
Reservations may be made by Mrs. Fred C. Houser of Lake ParksHodgesEngagement Illness has taken its toll of the' conducted 8 pm.by Monday Miss Faith Pretty Up
Elizabeth cast and last-minute replace- .
contacting Mrs. Mary
INSECTSCan Taylor at the Angebilt Hotel. Wales. Mr. Garden is the son ments include Jack Kelk in the Cornwall will teach "Christian
Those attending are asked to of Mr. and Mrs. J. Jack Garden part of Tam Sawyer and Phyllis Healing"On r-
bring their own cards. of Lake Wales. The wed- Ryan as Mrs. Damrell. They replace Tuesday at 10 am. Mrs.
of' Centrall1orida's J. Hyde Crawford and Stuckle will teach "The Twelve EASTER
BOYTE. one Joy for
ding date has been set for Announced Powers of Man." and on Wednes-
biggest and best Exterminating Many venomous snakes have Johnson originally slated for the "
companies. Cus- reserve fangs which replace thosein Tuesday, May 20. parts. Danny Gray will appear as day evening. "Mysteries of John;
tomers protected under $5.900 use when one is broken..RADIO. Mr. and: Mrs. Harold W. Parksof the vagabond Huck Finn. Thursday. 8 pjn. the Lenten .
Study Class "Teach Us to Pray"will
Bond. Licensed and Insured. this city: announce the engage- The stage crew includes Mary
For further information on Ford and Terry Nunez, assistedby be conducted by Miss Corn-
.. marriageof
rats roaches termites, ants, Winter ParkBrevities ment and approaching Bob Griner and Tommy Han- wall; Friday 2 pjn. Mrs. Helen
etc. Call or write their daughter Etta Lucille to cock. Elizabeth Hill and James Boxall will present her weekly .
Eugene Merle Hodges, the son of Gray will be prompters. Pat Kerr book review: There will be a dally
BOYTEEXTERMINATING prayer service at 12 noon and an-
Bette Cooper and
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hodges'ofDaytona Hugh Stump
CO. BEPATX IEaVlCBSOUTHERN Beach and Highlands. will have charge of the make-up other at 3 pm. Suits and Dresses that
MUSIC MARGARET while Bruce Ray and Tommy Has- 5
224 S. Main TeL 9532 By GREENE "
N. dorff are property managers. The BALDWIN IVERSPONDPIANOS
Orlaaae I m N. ormac Tel sen WINTER PARK The City C.Miss Parks was graduated from OHS Orchestra will play between really do things for

Commission will meet tomorrowat the Orlando High School and Har- acts, with Robert McEmber di-
Authorized Sale Service
7:30 p.m. to consider the CenterSt. recting. figure. .
f ris Commercial School.She is pres- Rtfmiihinc RepairingROBINON"MUSIC your
building lines and other impor-
ently employed as secretary for When snakes shed their skins; co.
tant matters. McCall Groves.Mr. even the cohering of the cornea. of
I There will be a free clinic' for 531 N. Orange TeL 301
the Is shed.
Hodges is a graduate of the eye
chest X-rays Thursday from 10 a
University of Florida. After receiving -
ajn until noon for colored per- his commission at Northwestern : SUITS 16.98
sons and from 2 until 4 pjn. for he saw action in the At- Colorful Exotic upI i'

white residents. lantic and Pacific Theaters. Discharged -

47 NORTH CPAN6I AVt.1 Because of the communicable after three and one-half SHELL JEWELRYExquisite DRESSES 4.98
I upTake
nature of tuberculosis, it is now years service, in 1946. Mr. Hodges .
ORLANDO Is employed as accountant.'for Examples of the I
for each health card to
Holler Chevrolet Co. in Orlando. Shellcrafters Art
have the result of a chest Xray.A The wedding will be a Spring
city ordinance stipulates that event and complete plans will be From $1.00 UpA I

-- who handles food or announced later. I
everyone Complete Assortment of Shells and Suppliesfor the time to shop
cares for children must have an G
the Shellcrafter.
up-to-date health card. search Studios, also in Maitland, around and
will be visited Capt Andre Smith compare. ..
The monthly meeting of the DON-DEE SHELLCRAFT INDUSTRIES
Garden Club to
Winter Park Garden Club will be has invited the
held Wednesday at 3 pm.-at the I have a special display so there 120 :X. Orange Ave. ORLANDO In The Arcade only by comparison can
SPREDCUTS Woman's Club. North End Circleas will be flower arrangements in the
host will present Mulford Foster 12 niches of the long gallery each I truly appreciate
naturalist explorer and author niche to be assigned to some mem- you f.
who will speak on "Conser- ber or Circle of the Club. .. 1
-: .
PAINTING ),Ir. and Mrs. Guy Summers of :)) what HARPER'Shas
1 vation of Soil and How It Can Be ..
.. ..
Mt. Vernon. I1L. left yesterday fora
Applied to Our Florida Gardens.
TIME IN HALF Maitland Circle of the Garden tour of the State after visiting .nf.B
I to offer.
Mr. and Mrs. Gideon S. Brown.I
Club will meet tomorrow at :2 30 .
Dries while pm. in the home of Mrs. E. S. I Two recitals of special Interest ,
you watch Fownes for a flower quiz will be given in Winter Park this .. .
week when Miss Helen Moore will .
Washes like Woman's Missionary Society of .. .
the Baptist Church will meet tomorrow play at the Annie Russell Theater
China platePrCldically at 3 pjn. -Circle 1 with- tomorrow at 8:15: p.m. and on TOYS AND GAMES FOR ALL AGES I

Mrs. W. H. Grant on Brewer Ave., Wednesday at 8:15: pjn. when BICYCLES AND ACCESSORIES Itl ::LL"w ,
no odor and Circle 2 with Mrs. W. E. Bag- Miss Carol Kirkpatrick soprano, JUVENILE ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT tl .

.. 11 Decorator gett on Lakemont Are of the Rollins Conservatory assisted MODEL KITS FOR MODEL BUILDERS -
Dr. Kathryn Abbey Hanna will by Ernie Walker tenor of fl 4
preferred colors speak Wednesday morning at the Orlando and Katherine Carlo. I
accompanist, will, appear at theWoman's
Dys y wntvl 1 gallon mixed Woman's Club on "Our Foreign aOSED
Club. The latterrecitalis
Policy Summarized. Due to lack I
makes 5
qts. of space/it win be impossible to open to the public without 214 N. Orange ALL DAYWEDNESDAY

; rr r $1.43 qt. invite On Friday.guests. Mrs. Percy Boynton, charge.Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Young have Tel. 6668 i 57 WEST CHURCH STREET .

chairman of the Department of their daughter Mrs. Wallace
i t OUR DEALERS CARRY IT U.98-per gaL Literature of the Woman's Club Wright, Ames, Ia., as their guest.
will present Kenneth Newbern. pianist -
in a recital at.3 pjn.
t The Glidden Company Powwow speaker Tuesday at the
University Club will be Fred L.
Pattee who will discuss "The
t' 228 N. Orange An. TeL 6001 Modern Detective Story.On Fri-
f' day. William H. Wood will discuss SEE OUR

... "Relativity.
... Mrs. Sherman Dewhirst and I I
Mrs. R. F. Leedy will be co-host- '
f e
esses tomorrow at 7:30 pjn at 1 t "
Mrs. Dewhirst's home 220 E. Can- I '
ton Ave., to the Wesleyan Service
Guild of the Methodist Church. Juvenile Furniture Jt11i
..OtttuttWW 1
\ There will be election of offi- >;
ODND parECTIo N cers and initiation of new mem-
bers Thursday evening when Pio-

uuto MAXIMUM REALITY neer Chapter 99, OES. meets at 8 ,
o'clock in Masonic Temple. All ,

visiting Stars are invited to at- .. ,
tend.Mr. In this greatly expanded department you will ::

and Mrs. E L. Bartholomew -
left yesterday for their Branford -
Conn., home after spending find fine furniture by Thayer Kantwet Child- : 7k= '
several weeks with their daughter. ; ( ,
Mrs. Wendell O King. ,

!{l111 1 IJl I If In It f ident Mrs.of Foster the Fanning National, past Auxiliaryof pres- Craft, Baby-Line and Storkline and Kroll as : ., 1. -"

the Master Plumbers Assn.. will .
attend the meeting of the Texas '
State available. f' ;
Auxiliary in Dallas later this .
month. '1 L

Mrs Maude Thomas will undergo ;:.fJ; r 1+
surgery tomorrow at Florida '

Sanitarium.All graduates. and former students We Carry a Complete Line. Select What You Need// :t: .

ltipQOtEC110A { at Princeton
University are ,
,,,, e invited to attend a meeting of the ,,
Princeton Club of \' :-
t1 Central Floridaat J :'
BERB lured 4 pjn. today at the home of Dr. Cribs '
t Baby ;, \
( feel A. W. Vernon. 699 Osceola Ave. "
PERMANEAt .. M Those who are Interested in $ ..
hearing a first-hand : ;
account of
Smart and modesty priced, these conditions in Turkey and the Near k Youth Beds ,r =

East in the light of the political
t gracefully curved ventilated awnings of finest durable wood situation are Invited to hear Dr. Kantwet'Mattresses -:" .:':''''\' .

Fred Field GoodseD. of the "
tr blend perfectly with the style of your home. Budget plan ican Board of Foreign Missions Amer- ,
available. For free estimate simply telephone who spent 23 years there under A :
r i Sultan Abdul Hamid the Young Play Pens .
Turk movement and then the Re- i
I. publican regime. He will speak at 1 -

Ventilated Awnings of Orlando Congregational-Christian the 11 am. service today Church.Mr. in the. Hi 9 Chairs a, t

.. 14 E. CHURCH ST.-ROOM 115 and Mrs. Arnold Menk haveas
Tables and Chairs
their guests Mr. and Mrs. Carl I

"WE SERVE CENTRAL FLORIDA"Phones Bachschmid Carol and Ernst and of Bethesda two children.Md.,

who Garden will be Tour here for season a week.will end !I Baby Carriages ti

Thursday with one of the most I

Orlando 9694 Orlando 2-2191 interesting afternoons of the en- Strollers .,
tire series. Gardens of Mrs. E. S.
Fownes. Maitland. and the Re-

I I. I ANNOUNCEMENTThe I Nursery Seats and'Chairs. '. J I 'j;

Y.M.c.A. dining room hereafter will catering to the general public. There- .: ,..-' $ -

be managed by Tom Demopoulos vet- fore: they are taking this opportunity .
eran Qrlando restaurateur for the past to invite their many friends to dine with '

22 years, and William Frangus an ex- them, assuring them their utmost atten- 1-

GI at the Orlando Army Air Base for tion as to prompt courteous service, 1i
four years. They jointly will ,operate quality food and minimum prices. Your ii ., .
!__ the beautiful Y.M.C.A. dining room patronage will be appreciated.. -- ( ,;\ ", .
r i Purch. yoar Jurenfl Similar !IOWa -. .
r delivery made wises you teed It ,


TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU! ClosedSaturday 483 North Orange Avenue OPEN EVERY TUESDAY UNTIL 9 P. M.


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:ComplimentsRecent m :., ...t--f/l f MissMclntyreIs Meet Monday
: 71S w. Colonial Dr.
: BrideMrs. Memorial ; Engaged The regular meeting of the i I Pbon1466 tEve.lags
Women's. Society of Christian "y appointmentWAREHOUSE :

.William C.Wallace Jr. gave Plans are well underway for the Service of the First Methodist
presentation of "Memorial To Air. TooleOf
miscellaneous: shower last week Church will be held Monday at 3

.' in honor of her niece Mrs. Thomas Frolics.a tainment which gala evening will be of held enter at WITH JEAN YOTHERSCU interest In Central Florida Is pjn. In the Wesley Han'with Mrs. \ SALE
[ Editor]
H. Watkins Jr. the former f the school on Friday from 5 to 10 > the announcement being made L. F. Blankner presiding. .'
Edith Marie Crittenden. !1p.m.! This presentation is under IS enter Park-Orlando Alumnae | Mrs. Robert Riddle is program CONTINUESOutshinding
L. C. Hogue of Zell-
today by
. The home was decorated with sponsorship of the Memorial ParentTeachers Assn. of Phi Ma win meet Wed-
chairman. Mrs. Charles
Assn. wood of the engagement'' of his Mayer Values
and Is the nesday at 8 pjn. at the home of
Spring flowers. I will the devotional. Mrs. E. L.
!school's money-raising project for give
Mrs. Arthur Dear Jr. 1608 Aloma niece. Miss Betty McIntyre, to t
Guests present included the the year. Ave.. Winter Park. There will Reid and Mrs. E. G. Langston will
J. P. Toole son of Mr. and .Mrs.
)Mmes., Jack Black.H. A.McOill. ,:I Mrs. James Siemens chairmanof Be a meeting of the executive sing a duet."Children. %Z 1d-
Dean. O. L. George Joe Burns. the frolics will have the foli board at 7 pm. Plans for H. G. Toole of Louisville, Ga. I of the Church" will ; ; '
Mildred Burnett. James Burden.|i I lowing committee chairmen serving Summer rushing win be discussed. : The bride-elect graduated from c /
1 Vk be discussed by Mrs. Buell Dual -
Harry PTool George Padgett with her: Mrs. C. W. Davison appointments of new committees Apopka High School with the II FURNITURE i
Paul Henry Ruth Thompson I tickets: Mrs. Brantlev Burcham. made and a report of the toy cart class of '45, and later attended l i can. Misses Katherine Torrence
4 Charles crittenden. Reese Entz- 'i programs; Mrs. Sidney Swope board given. Any new or visiting Stetson University in DeLand. Sheis and Ann McKensie of the Young Warehouse: oj3 State St.
winger, W. C. Home. Charles lunch room hot dogs. hamburgers Phi Mu's in the vicinity are :; now employed in the office of : People's departments will give Oae Block: west of Orange
Neff. W. J. Brown. C. H. White- coffee: Mrs. Frank: Gray and Mrs. invited. .Anyone desiring trans- Plymouth Citrus Growers Assn.i talks on China and Religious Between: Robinson Livingston
: head. Glenn Bowstead. Lois Wig- :'i j'I Ed Oestricher. pie and cake; Mrs. portation may contact Miss Louise In Plymouth.Mr. j Education In the Local Church. I

eington J. F. Brawley J. B. Mun- Gordon Hart and Mrs. A. A. Eas- Weeden. Toole graduated from the
Anna j terling. funny books: Mrs. William i 000 Eustis High School In 1944. and
nerlyn Delma 0 a r Tin. !)
Sweet. Paul Smith. c. M. Martin : Mrs. Gordon Frederick Sleight will give an served for more than 22 years I ;
J. R. Crittenden. J. W. Pace. J. E. Gifford and Mrs. William Jayne illustrated lecture on Trinidad"at In the U. S. Marine Corps. He ALUMIMM. STEEL. WOOD
Partin. Earle Parrish. Ralph Mel- grab bag Mrs. Eugene Tavel. side was on duty for seven months
a tertulia at Casa Iberia. Rol- j GUARANTEED TEN DAY DELIVERYTerms
show Mrs. Buell
; Duncan bazaar; with the First Marine Air WingIn
loon. Claude Wham.J. A.Pittman.
''Mrs. lins College Thursday at 4 pjn.
Betty Curry. Ralph Ferns, Betty Harry Loucks. cold drinks; North China before being dis- VSE wET1JlCS 'D
Mrs. Walter Akerman. auction This is the only program of I RADBILL CO.
Yeater. Watt Smith Allen Smith.fixpedwqafafy booth the year which will be given in ;X charged last August. At presenthe
Mrs. E. J. Parham.
: Take ;
IOC E. Z-4in
is employed In the biological Kaley PhoneYOU'RE
It or Leave It:" Mrs. Otto Butten- English. All members of the
of the Vacuum Foods
Casa Iberia Club invite
hoff. dart game: Mrs. H. R. Alexander may Corp. at Plymouth.The .
ball room; Mrs. C. W. friends.
will be event
r> orYounl an WELCOME AT
Weedon store Mrs. David
country ; wx
the and
early Summer plans
Dickson and Mrs. L. Gabel. pop 1 Women's CommunityClub .of HOME
will be announced later. the STOREWE
corn: Mrs. Frank Lilley. archery: Board will meet Tuesday at
Mrs. B. J. Sorting flowers and 10:30: ajn. at 117 Wall St. The WANT YOU TO FEEL FHEL
plants; Mrs. Harry Saunders I board will entertain all girls living Five Rollins TO JUST COME IN AND
four-star show; Mrs. C. W. Para- : in the clubhouses with a dinneri .
there free showf Mrs. Holloway I i on March 26 at Sorosis. It will
Clark hand analysis: Mrs. D. A. 1[ also honor the executive secretary StudentsTo FURNITURE ,
Bailey candy apples; Mrs. Lloyd and the two house mothers. Mrs. VALUES

\f.i / Gahr. cotton candy; O. R. Davis. 'Richardson and Miss Irene Kra- MISS BETTY M'JNTYRE -USE YOUR CREDIT-
: Jet racing cars: Mrs. Walter Randall mer.. GraduateFive
,; Jr.. publicity.Approximately ,I 000 plans Summer wedding .

,;,.. I I I Star Club will meet Monday atM i I t Rollins College students lhe-HOmf STOne
36 per cent of 8 pm. at the home of Mrs. A. J. Hostesses will include the Mmes. 1 lows: Circle 1, Mrs. Lula Mae will graduate at the end of the F'jRN' Rt Bf; ) H"tfa'L1tfA

? the world's gold supply comes Thomas. 918 S. Osceola Ave. I.I H. C. Huegele. Homer Tinkle-Hawthorne leader with Mrs. H. Winter term on Thursday and will f.M t ,
/ [from the Union of South Africa. 000 i paugh. C. M. Gaffney. Louise G. Palmer 2508 Amherst St.; receive their degrees at com- AVEl .
I ORANGE & k, -
Pit, :WJ. 458-6O N. -
'James Michael Weldon Curry. Nokomis Council No. 23. Degree Reicken. (Circle No. 2. Mrs. G. W. Bayless mencement exercises in June it
Mattel's Friend mxssfiag preparation Lydia Pounds. J. M. Partin. r of Pocahontas will meet Tuesday 11 o r7n j leader with Mrs. Thomas Rial, was announced yesterday.
helps bring ease and comfortto I Also the Misses Paula Burns at 8 pm. at the Fraternal Bldg. I Women's Missionary League of i:911 W. Princton Ave. Receiving the degree of bachelor
mothers I(Jackie and Ginger Wham. Mar- 000 the Trinity Lutheran Church will I I: of arts will be. Bette Stein Brooklyn -
expectant tha Bowman. Margaret Pound I I The Button Collectors have selected meet Sunday at 3 pm. in the Grand Ave. Home Demonstration N. Y- Ernest A. Bryson Jr.,
FRIEND. exquisitely. Sunday School auditorium. A ..Asheville N. C.. and Winter Park,
Sill prepared ran Patricia Whitehead Aljce Pitt- cut steels and related steel | Club will meet at the club-
emollient weful in nil
conditions where a bland mild anodyne .i man. Winona Hooks,Suzanne Ferris buttons for study when they meet special program of entertainment ]house Tuesday at 10 ajn. . David F. Frazier Atlantic Beach SHE USED
massage medium In skin, lubrication, is | Joyce Brown. Kathleen Warns- t with Mrs. Frank Mason at 1:30: has been arra \I I Demonstration ,of making alumi- and Winter Park and Lloyd C.
desired. One condition In which womeatoe .'ley.I Dorothy Harris and June Thursday. Mrs. E. R. Hazel-I I i o r> o ,num trays will be held Each ,, Nelson Cleveland Ohio.
have used It Man
than 70 I
application more for years massaging the body Entzminger.The tine as- program chairman will Florida State Federation of ,one making tray is asked to bring I Receiving the degree of bachelorof
during pregnancy...is help keep the classify the many types and call Poetry Clubs annual banquet will small stenciling brush. Covered science will be Edwin B. AcreeJr. .Onfyalmisli]
akin soft and pllabls..thus avoidingunneaseary belief that some species of I on members to show from their be held Saturday at 1 pm. at discomfort: due to dryness
snake have collection examples of pressed Sorosis House 108 Liberty St. j noon. l
and ghtn It refreshes and tones the poisoned horns on i
akin.An Ideal massage application for the i their tails is false. polished etched chased. Damascene Reservations must be made by I '
riumb,tingling or burning sensations of well steel pearl and March 20 to Mrs. G. D. Hanson.! 4 and j
as as on comb
Q the akin..for the tired back musclesor I' Chapter V of PEO will meet SUPERIOR FOOD STORE )
.. cramp- e pains In the legs. Quickly steel and enamel. Mrs. Ben S Tickets are 125. ( Friday at 1:30 pm. with Mrs. D.
absorbed. Delightful to use. Highly NO PRICE RAISE HERE Kaplan will be co-hostess at the II.I r> r> o j L. Dudley. 734 W. Colonial Dr. Corner Kuhl and Grant Ave. jf
praised by users doctors and tea hour. .. Lucerne Rebekah Lodge No. 36 lr
nurses.Millions of bottles sold.Just ask Maitlard Turkey Gardens-Home of Miss Florence will be cohostess f
any druggist for Mother's Priend-the Quality Turkeys. Young Broad. 00 O t will meet at 8 pm. Thursday at. Mrs. Fletcher Martin will Open Week Days From
kin emollient and lubricant Do try it breast White Turkeys at 65c lb. Concord Park P-TA board meet- i i the Fraternal Bldg. The dis- ,talk on Hawaii. Visiting PEO's are
dressed. No Pin Feathers. The ing will be held Wednesday 10 trict deputy president. Stella Bowen welcome. 7 A.M. to 10 PJVl. 1 t
finest quality of meat money can will conduct the meeting. .
Mothers Friend ajn. at the school. ,
produce. Located its miles east of i 000 *
17.92 at Maitland. 000 I I I Orange County Council of Par-
Owner L. Rice I Past Noble Grands Club of Or-
.t. Ph. Winter Park 1311.M Mizpah Chanter 190. Order of lando Rebekah Lodge No. 12 will ents and Teachers will meet at
I Eastern Star will meet Wednes- the 10:30 Friday morning in the As-
meet Monday at 8 pjn.at
day at 8 at the Masonic sembly Room the
pm. at Angebilt
Fraternal Hall. All past noble
F Temple.! There will be electionof Hotel.
WIVES AND MOTHERS OF DUNKING MEN grands are welcomes I Ii ,
officers.O' i I I Ii .
O O I I .. '
ALCOHOLISMTr i Literature Group of the Amer- I Airs.\ Hellman \
Business! and Professional Wom .
ican Association of University
Treated with 0.. Week .f Hmpitalixatiaa en's Club will hold a board of directors ': Women will meet at 10 am. Wednesday and ._ ; ( -S?'
WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL meeting Monday at 6:30: in the Parish House of the r *
Write fw .......... njn. at the home of Mrs. Hedelia I I I I Church Dr. Helen Guest SpeakerAt / ItaS ;
6280 Corral A..... St. Petersburg, Flo. Burton. 212 Ridgewood Ave. .,t Unitarian Cole of Winter Park ,past president rsC- e, .. .+; I
All officers and chairmen of of AAUW will review Eric Dinner

standing committees are expectedto Seycrei 's "Not. So Wild a Dream." SHAMPOO 1

attend. 000 I I I Mrs. J. J. Hellman of Atlanta. ) J

Twentieth Century Club will Past Pocahontas Club of Cherokee Ga.. will speak at the. annual
12. of
Council No. Degree
WHY WAIT'Delivery meet with Mrs. S. G. Walker. 512 i I i Pocahontas will hold its regular donor dinner of the local chapter i ;
S. Main St., Thursday at 3 pjn. of Hadassah. the Zionist Woman"s I : -
I j at 2:30 at the !
I I meeting Friday pm. ffks {
0)0 'I j' Organization, which will be held I .CWIfC
home of Mrs. Ethel King of Grand
// Now Ladies Auxiliary of the Patriarch :. Ave. at the Chamber of Commerce Bldg.on ..
Militant Canton No. 2, will Wednesday at 7 pm. =
HOUSEHOLD NECESSITIES meet in the Fraternal Bldg. at 8 I.I There will be a card and game I I Mrs. Hellman is a graduateof It. ':-,.<
p. m. Wednesday. party Monday at 8 p.m.. given at \ the School of Social Researchof
000 New York and held the
the Dames of Malta Hall 116 1-2 positionof tit xnosyO
Electric Ranges and Water Heaters Colonialtown Women's Club will S. Orange Mrs. Lottie Boyte private secretary to the head a
Gas Ranges and Water Heaters meet Monday at 8 pjn at the will be hostess. of the League of Nations Committee
Home Freezers by York and Phllco clubhouse. .. Mrs. William under Pres. Wilson. She has I Perhaps you saw this girl in VOGUE magazine ; :

Electric Irons Dome leader of Scout Troop H'I I The Women's Society of Chris- ben active in Hadassah for 35 Many women, asked "Can that be true ..
by Universal. G. E. and Proctor
i, will the troop in a and has served all
present years on proJ-
tian Service of the Concord Park -an I hare hair Lie that?"
The fact is
Vacuum Cleaners by G. A. Premier and Royal play as a program feature. Methodist Church will have its ects in different capacities. Mrs. that this lIt'Datiooal l'
Toasters. Coffee Makers. Roasters. Pressure Cookers I regular circle meetings at the following Hellman was president of the entire creo/n shampoo I leaves! hair obedient,pliable! gleaming and

ABC homes on Monday at 3 Southeastern Region of Ha- TheMUSIC so fresh and dean. And a jar lasts a long, long f
pjn.: Circle No. 1 will meet with dassah for five years and is nowa '
time. Only....._.... .
MODERN APPLIANCES INC WPE& SERVICE Mrs. Amy Odom 1023 E. Livingston member of the Natoinal Boardof BOX $100
: Circle No. 2 with Mrs. Vance Hadassah serving in the capacity \
515 Park Ave, R.
New Accounts and Future Larmore. 800 Yates Ave.; Sally of chairman of the medical
428-430 N. ORANGE AVE. Reservations Are Solicited Henderson Circle with Mrs. Forbes school campaign for the entire Phone 1311ITER McELROY'S I j

WE INSTALL-WE SERVICE-PHONE 2-2514 Telephone 2-1177 and Mrs. Brainard at Fairvilla Southeast. She will bring a message PARK I
ORLANDO WINTER PARK The Sally Jones Circle of the Con- of great interest and import-

cord Park Methodist Church will ance to the Orlando community.Mrs. PHARMACY j jj
have its regular monthly luncheonand Leon Ettinger is in charge of
business meeting at the reservations for the dinner. .. I j
church Wednesday. 12:30 pjn., a
with Mrs. Earl Martin and Mrs. C. ...

W. Laughinghouse as hostesses. jj
The Adult Men's and Women'sClasses # al j
y .
of the Concord Park

Methodist Churchill hold their -. 1
regular monthly business and social a
meeting with Mrs. Odel .
Thompson Fainnlla! on Friday at

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tached fluffy white clouds holding I the U. of Florida was also at ing pitcher throughout the
Orlando Florida March 16 1947
6 [BJ] (Sfc gunfetg frrntuul-frar ,
,Presbyterian I Page dimpled cherubs. Here and I borne.:] B. J, SINGLETON went to''' ment. Other players were BAR-
there could be seen numerous sil- ..Jacksonville and FRANCES Mc- BARA JEAN MORGAN and .
F' .. very stars surrounding a crescent >CALL attended the Kappa Alpha's,, MARY JANE TAYLOR. The next
i Auxiliary Plans moon. The whole room was lighted '"Plantation Ball" at Gainesville intramurals be golf and swim

in soft blue lights. Bob Smith, 000 ming. ..
and his Dale Mabry boys pro- O O O"MidWinter
,Annual Meet tj vided music for the occasion. J LAN:: decided to make MGHT some fudge i, Festival at
' My4 z 'Across the hall in sharp contrastwas In the dormitory kitchen. When the University of Virginia attracted
! The Woman' Auxiliary of the j "Hell. The Juke room was i she opened the door she hurriedly lovely HARRIET SIPPLE. a .I
First Presbyterian Church will 'I decorated with fiery red crepe pa- : shut it again fearing that she student at Mary Baldwin College
per and cardboard devils each had whoattended as the guest of
hold Its annual meeting and installation interrupted someone's party.
} I : :
bearing the name of a member. Wen RAULSTON WELLS of Daytona
had. but
it was her own
of officers on Monday :f.t. "Earth" was a cluster of moss covered .party. The kitchen was decoratedIn Beach. Also enjoying ,the festivi- 1
f at the Bible School Bldg. branches and grass mats dis- red and yellow ',ties were GEORGE EIDSON and '
crepe paper
Beginning at 11 ajn the prayer t tributed here and there. Quite a and all the lights were out except ED GUERNSEY students there. ./
band will be conducted in the auxiliary ",.. few familiar faces were glimpsed for the candles on the cake. Later I 1 I f*'O O .
parlor by Mrs. J. E. Hardin.At r /. H .. enjoying this unusual atmosphere.They I each girl read a poem in honor of Exams are Just around the
11:30 aon. the women will as- t w were SYLVIA MEISCH and Leila Some who wrote comer then following is the holi
cembje in the Bible School auditorium : MASON WHARTON SIS M'COY lar Spenserian stanzasere'regu-' day for which we have been anxi-
s for a business meeting with f.f and DAVID FITTMAN. BO PEEP .NELLE CARTER. PEGGY GATE- ously awaiting. To think no
Mrs.JLouell V. Baldwin presiding. ,< : SHELL and FREDDIE WARD. A WOOD and JO ANN CLOUD. books no'worries Just Spring!II
a Annual reports of the auxiliary ; ; buffet luncheon was served on the Surprise parties are so nice-for'''
- officers and the Benevolent Cause terrace Sunday followed by moviesof
i1 4 everyone!
- Secretaries will be heard at this #l previous Delta week-ends. |'. '000SOFTBALL I I Dr. Paul H. Ksser! Jt
; time The program; topic Is basedon >' / o ,o o IVTRAMUR\LS .
"What is Ahead for the Wo- U Y THE KAPPA DELTA'S ALSO have ended with Pi Beta Phi as Optometrist
menof the Church" Mrs. Paul came forth with a nice celebra- the victor. The Pi Phi's nosed the 201 Church and Main Arcade ... I
Kuhas will lead the devotional F. 4 f r tion. Friday night they had their Village out of the title with a 5-4 ;
period. At 12:30: noon a covered "Gal in Calico" informal dance victory Tuesday. BETTY KEN- I ftpstalnl Ptmmt Mil
- dish*'luncheon will be served in tI k for members and their dates only. NEDY was truly a star player be I U mu auwet .aD t-Zf 4

the church: dining room. During _______ The house was decorated as a
. this hour the circle chairmen will I corral with a life size cardboard
'; give:the outstanding accomplishment ; boy and girl gracing one end of LAUNDRY 8 DRY CLEANING :
of their circles during the the living room. The girls wore I
, year"?" pinafores and calico dresses to accentuate Try our DeLuxe Quality Dry Cleaning and Laundry by ex-eri- ,
, Following the-offering and offertory 3IN.v the theme. Many couples : enced cleaners spotters and personnel. Quick service guarantee '1
; prayer by Mrs. Melissa i Stafford the officers of the year floor were :MARY ALICE COOPERand I'' IVANHOE LAUNDRY I CITY CLEANERS
l'1' 1947.48 will be installed by the U BOB FORTES. ERIN WIL- 1630 N. Oranse-Ph. 5594 39 W. Colonial Dr.-Ph. 7557 ,
pastor. Dr. Marshal C. Dendy.The I COX and PAT PATILLO. BLON1DIE
nevlT elected president of the BUNNELL and DICK MOON-
} auxiliary Is Mrs. Marshal W. Boor EY. Saturday was the day for an I
and the retiring president. Mrs. afternoon tea dance and that J
r: Lowell V. Baldwin. night was the "Sweetheart" formal 21-Hour Service Systems Installed i

f >fW. A _.. ,.,., _..... .For the latter the motif "Pink.Champagne" .' Since 1932 AnywhereBRINGS
You can "lower" a too-high : :t:, .zit:: ;;;; <"" ." 4i. was chosen and the'
cc ceiling by painting it a warm color I THE DECORATING COMMITTEE OF THE ORLANDO ART I -[Our Own Staff Photo: Barnes dancers were surrounded by pink Ji

; pink a boldly or yellow-or patterned papering wallpaper with to ASSN. is shown above hanging pictures for.the Spring exhibitof Mrs. C. P. McCall, William Van Anden, Mrs. A. Massey, elephants Whirling in and and cocktail out were glasses.PAT I

give the illusion of less height.NOTICE I It works of leading Central Florida artists to be held Tuesday Mrs. John R. Hill, and Mrs. Mildred W. Pelzer. On Monday HARDING and BOB GEST and
; 'I through Saturday on the third floor of Yowell-Drew-Ivey Co. evening there will be a preview showing of the exhibit for MARTHA ANN MAGUIRE and

Included in the group from left to right are Mrs. H. B. Garvin,L I which invitations have been issued. KEITH SALTER. Another room of
the chanter house was significantof .
a "KD Garden of Dreams" It .
To give that extra sparkle to was decorated with arbors of white
t We are now in position to for and about
and cherubs. Jerry Kohler
offer immediate service on mirrors and windows after wash- efJA1iJLa17rYdda1D and his orchestra were the music ...
that repair job you have ing and wiping dry rub the sur- makers. ,
; waited for so long. No job face with crumpled tissue paper. 000
too large-no Job too small.
Estimates gladly given The Finest of Fine its theme of the "Old South" was .

3 years to pay Shoe Repairing By TRISH JONES attended by RITA CALLANANand 1h
KITTY HENRY Society Editor
C. E. HUDSONGeneral Factory Shoe Dyeing "Dead Week" begins its second Xi Deltas chose "Moonlightand
I SPEAKER TODAY at 9:30: ajn. at the American Legion Shadows" as their design and
GUEST run for this school year with each
ContractorPh. SERVICE SHOE SHOP l for the meeting of the 6th District Conference of the BARBARA BRENNAN of Orlandowas
2-4487 1133 W. Church 1206 E. Colonial Drive Legion Auxiliary will be Mrs. J. B. Kirkpatrick of Eustis. National : door properly tagged "study. a participant. i'
,_ Rehabilitation Chairman of Area However the last few days have 000
- brought gaiety enough to make I
"C" of the auxiliary. Mrs.Kirkpat- : up "THE WIZARD OF OZ" PRE- ,
for this week of solitude. With
For Awnings of Best Quality and Mfg. in Orlando by a Company rick will inform the conference the second quarter gliding to a sented by the speech department NATURAL GAS
of the work of the auxiliary last week was a huge success.
group close we all wonder what has hap
with 22 Call Mr. E. L McGee at the 1'- I.
experience. VIRGINIA who starred
Years in rehabilitation of '''service men pened to the yesterdays that for a
little who wentto TO YOUR
and the founding of hospitals for fleeting second were so reaL Dorothy the' girl HOME OR BUSINESSFor
000 find the Wizard was pleased
FLORIDA ,AWNING CO. their care.
Mrs. Walter Altermatt. senior
, 432 S. Hnthey St. Phone 9826 vice-president of the Departmentof : lighted the departure of the qua the ALLEN final and sister SYDNEY'I
, ter with all sorts of good times to
Florida and 6th District president W. L. SHIRLEY was also a visitorof FASTER COOKING
accentuate the
various collegiate
will preside at the con. daughter. BETTY who has recently I
week-ends. A truly intriguing affair -
been elected treasurer of' SILENT SERVEL REFRIGERATION
ference. Representatives from .
: was that given by the Delta
Large Shipment Just Arrived the units in the district district a Delta Deltas. Over on West Park the speech honorary Sp-akin? of ECONOMICAL
; officers and chairmen will be St. the red brick house was fairly "The Wizard of ,
present. bursting with music and happy portrayal
"c o o o ttS{ ;. laughter. Saturday afternoon one of the three "munchkms" was CLEAN SPACE HEATING
ASPHALT TILE-5 Different Colors \ 1tw fine.
RS. JAMES S. CUNNINGHAMOf there was a decorating party for
M : the Tri Delts and their dates. The o o o
'. INLAID LINOLEUM Different Colors here visiting Lockport.her New brotherinlawand York is results of this affair were nothingless WEEK-END TRIPS ARE AS Natural Gas and Appliance Co.
J than terrific as was seen that usual very r*>pufar around FSCW.
:. All COUNTER METAL sister. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney : night at the formal dance. Differ- VIRGINIA :2&:; .RT traveled to Go- ORLANDO SANFORD
Types TOP _
Klein of831 Stetson Ave. ent rooms of the house were fixedto tha for a few days visit with her
Darlene Loucks and her room- \. .:1, -. i-{., .:, r; represent Heaven, Hell and uncle and aunt MR. and MRS. 1249 NVOranee Ave Fla. State Bank BIdrPhone : .
\mate. Robbie Joe Martin arrived : .i \If "{ Earth. The parlor ceiling was of I I CHARLES ROBERTS. RICH- Phone 4678 1252
I > i:
.. AMERICAN RUG AND LINOLEUM'CO.. Saturday to spend Spring- holidays :\ ". J' : sky blue cheese cloth with at- MODN ROBERTS, a student at r I I u" / ""'" "N"/NN' N I

'863 North Orange Ave. Phone 2.2488 I with Darlene's parents Mr. and '*MR5'. J. R."KIRKPATRICK
Mrs. H. D. Loucks. The girls are
will deliver address.
: students at the Southwestern
Medical Foundation in Dallas. Texas and will be here for a week.o I.
o 0lJlRS.
\' ROBERT MARSHALL fashion show director. Miss Carolyn

advertising manager and C. W. Dillon merchandise
manager all of the Dickson and Ives Co. return by plane today from THE GIBSON
Atlanta where they attended the Fashionata presented by Rich's .
i ;Want the BEST-You'il want Store there. The Fashionata is an annual event and one of the

F most significant fashion previews in the South. Professional models HOME FREEZER tIJI
from New York modeled the latest styles there Saturday. ,
%F 000 %Is
x4 I P
AJ. AND MRS. RYAN MOON were hosts last night at a cocktail O\

UNIVERSAL M party at the Officers Club Orlando Army Air Base preceding

the formal dance there. for club members and their guests. "I I \ {\

Mrs. Henry Jacobs entertained Saturday morning with a coffeeat .- Tn
her home in Lancaster Park. Sharing honors were Mrs. Wil- I ; 1 -

''PRESSVRE r KERr liam L. Townsend and Mrs. Walter S., Pratt' both of Kensington. i # --
Md., who are houseguests of Mrs. Townsend's son-in-law and daughter "- _
Mr. and Mrs. Horace L. Jacobs 3d. Also sharing honorswas
Mrs. John Brumback of Toledo. Ohio who is here for the ---.iy-.. 9a
; season.
o o opASHION

a CONSCIOUS WOMEN will be pleased to hear that the i 1

cyclic revolution of the style picture has brought a return of the *

simple long torso lines of the tunic but with an interesting differ- I Ifr.
ence. Today's tunic is fcund in a new medium butcher linen
which creates a perfect Summer city-wide costume Another
( flatterer this season is the keyhole neckline Deep draped
kimona sleeves long peplums with fishtail backs nattor slit skirts
and silver button trimming are other highlights Suit jackets COME
will be beautifully man-tailored some rounded into a modified

,.... cutaway Pleatless. tailored shorts with plain tailored white
sport shirt will be favored over frilly playtime outfits A lot .
C of balloon cloth. however will be used to make boy-type shorts IN i:1friM:
with button-on dirndl for the younger set Good fashion newsIs : .
that fur-trimmed princess coats have returned to make the i Ie
yh Easter outfits more festive Evening wear will feature full I IA
skirts with big bow trimming. in taffetas and most all kinds of
cotton goods.Program. AN D

For Music
Slade-Booth Show Case Co. .A

.o "first in fixtures"

AppreciationThe 116 Reed St. TeL 2-0271' THE '- ___ _jiiiIa_

Albertson Public Library __ .__ '
; Exclusive with its toss will hold a Music AppreciationHour i:" " " ';1 '"" _

on Thursday at 10:30: am. : PHONE 2-4474 tar-
with Edward J. Lord giving a pro- FREEZER
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UNIVERSALIUNI"ERSAL'S gram on "Symphony M $ }".
He will use for his subject the I .

program which will be given by I: bI I

the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra !_tJ_ THAT'S'III I If
Minute-Savor Pressure Cooker is the on Monday. March 24. as the I
fifth concert in the Central Flor-. : m Call GROVES :
the field, for it features the exclusive ida Civic Music Assn. Series. The
I 35: N. Orange Blossom Trail :
Safe-TSealCover which cannot be removed while pressure program ture to "The includes Flying Wagner's Dutchman"and OVer- : Orlando Florida 1 ''III

is It been Tchaikowski's "Symphony No. BUILT
on. has granted : f
5 in E Minor. LAST CHANCE
': the Good Housekeeping- 2 qt. yllB45antjSeal Mr. Lord is a musician of varied I r 1r 1 :I

1" and the Underwriters' experience.and attended He the studied New privately England I 1 Those will only luscious be available Temple crane a few /r I'I'

( t $12 95 Conservatory and Harvard Uni-' 1 1 days longer. Send a box or bas I II
: Laboratories Seal. T q Jt. versity. He did radio work with 1 member to those with:you this want delicious to re i ,

CBS.in Boston for four years and r r variety of oranges. I III i
t conducted his own Music School' / 1j
in Sebring Fla. He is now a resident I j A fun Variety of the Famous 1 I'
of Orlando; he is organist at BLCE MOON BRAND BACKED -BY
the First Church of Christ Scien-. 1 Wisconsin Cheese 1 {
tist and is manager of the South- Cheddar.Imported Style Swiss- j I 1'1 69 YEARS OF HOME REFRIGERATION MANUFACTURING EXPERIENCE I Iil1
? 1886 ern Music Co.iiiA Gold-N.Rich Bteaa Varieties. /
Also a wide assortment of /
'tt taf(fa M & INGRAM 1 I Spreads. ,/ ii
OPTOMETRISTS IKEAD'S ; : A Complete Stork .! Fairy 1C il1

941j i ...........r. a : I Crvrrries for InarLrtms.. Pan,es.FROZEN i I f

I I'I' NikU." Sanaa;*- Boliuyt S3MU4 I VEGETABLES- 1 AT BUMBY ORLANDO FLORIDA !1I9tI.E.2.-2: I i ,

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' .I [ appear on the Y radio program i'dents in this country including
- I over WLOP Wednesday at 4:30 those from all of the 20 Latin
p.m, according to John C. Bar- American lands. -
I I ber, Y general secretary. I He will speak on "The Y in the ,
Keystone Be Since World War I, Hurrey has Latin World," detailing the im '
I 1 lived and travelled throughout portant leadership the association
i Latin America. For 25 years heW I is giving to youth development in :
CUStOdianun I : &- director of friendly relations I many South American countries.
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Lazary House Paint White Primer
Luxury Flat Wall White, qt. .... RLL-m-on
Pigmented Wall Primer White.gal : "
Luxury Enamel Undercoat White gaL
Interior Semi-dioss Gloss Enamel Enamel Ivory gaL, gaL.. , ... :. .::: .. :.:.:::= UGHT; AS a WHISPER; ........
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Porch and Deck In Light Oak Dark
Permanent Trim Green, pL'
I Stalnkll White gal. -_ AUDIPHONE COMPANY
Floor and Finishing Varnish.

PROFILE 415 Florida Bank Bldg. Phone 2-3516



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4.A:: ME-L : WILL SELL 800 FINE, i1yO ,


On April 1 my'entire stock of i .: GAY. .
moved to my nursery. I still
rare plants which am off. SUNDAY"S"
to conserre nursery apace. n. :
April IT no sales after that date. BSIf

THE FINEST OF. \ 1 To\i* *

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These brilliantly colored No. I / fc FOR ii
varieties, -: are offered in-24"- 6 1I
specimens; formerly sold from I !
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3 YR. GRAFTS RE V.. a t "

This very popular deep pink you've waited for dep ; .
with wavy petals intermingled cat prices here his'! ,;+
stamens is offered in 3-4 ft. ;e The dress bay of Orlando i p
All sizes 12 to 52. Cottons
blooming size specimens. Now and rayons all reduced i
I .r regular price. for Monday selling!

I Cotton Shop 2nd Floor M

,. 3y'36"RAIiE( : : I ? : i I

Note these varieties; they've never :
before.'Regularly! $15 to 2250. : ;!


Not too many of these ___ SVi to I
five foot specimens left. Come : r-- -.7' -* >-i> mi
matched pair.for your home. -!


Reg. $40 \ I SLIPS .
; $ 98 Pair .
$75 Now $40 : rayon In sizes 36 to I
ea. !' quantities for ;Mon Fxty
ISo phone orders-sorry! ,,,

M to 44 m real tow price! ..
BRILLIANT lip perfect and every flip f
HERMES priced. These will tell $120
we expect a sell oust ((1 .
CAMEO PINK rl" 1st floor
CO(A:IAh PINK f; -,

[A few varieties 24" i OUR ADONNARAYON VtRf OWN FAMOUS ;;!:![ j

N. L. : .

44 E. Colonial.. : : PANTIES

within the State. according to F. '. ...
; H. Bradley, executive secretary. When or where $ 2 :td.s'';' 11 c. ,rat"
hare VALUES '
you seen '.
like these? SET ; j. t t A\
I' I 'I Only Penney's could 1
bring you such savings. All better, higher l'. \y Sale Monday. Several wasted
i style Im aiaea 34 to M AU1st
priced curtains marked ::Ja!:
cottage at one .: quality ail tea ro e! N* Bout
tiny low price to sell fast! Balcony. t. bay all yw meed. 1st floor r

riui's' SclettKrC Rat Miaccfi C rtnlQtabites ON SALE MONDAY, 1 1,000 e- HANDBAGS

Let Orkin rid yoKbuilding Handbag Riot! 4 .5 at .
BUY or -
of the Rat Patent plastic Plastic Fabrics / -- '.'.._' "'
Menace. Coll' Orkin for M. this unheard of low price. Every l
Zipper-tops Envelopes ,
scientific Rat Control. I -
1 I (1:jj! 1:7' ;. bag made to sell f or many times$ PLUS TAX Whites only No limit

667 N. Orange Ave. I 'l the price marked. All Whites. ,
Don these
.. judge bags
Phone 5566 siticE vat 1 1st Floor. by the priced marked! -:::=:;::

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i 1k; Orlando is the metropolis of Central Florida a growing City with unlimited Planning and ,Zoning Commission in order that persons affected by 0 the New areas becoming a part of the City will of necessity be*i properly zoned

-_ commercial and industrial possibilities. Already it is overflowing change may have an opportunity to express their opinions.The by the City Planning. and Zoning Commission to regulate building, such as

existing boundaries and indications are that the City's growth. will be the designation of commercial, industrial and residential areas to protect

steady and continuous. proposed boundary lines are irregular in places to exclude citrus lands property owners against depreciating valuations and maintain Orlando's

. under cultivation. They are subject to adjustment before being submittedto nation wide reputation as "The City Beautiful." Zoning will be in* line

t. The City Council believes in the potentialities of Orlando and recognizes the Orange County delegation for legislative action. with the new zoning ordinance recently adopted by the Council which also I
regulates the sale of intoxicating beverages.
I r the vital need for expansion, if the City is to assume its rightful position

the "March of Progress." The Council has not adopted the plan, but expects to do so in the near
in : Home owners coming into the City up to an assessed valuation of $5,000.00
future unless stringent opposition is voiced, showing
cause why any portionor will not be taxed for fire and police protection, garbage collections, health,

Therefore, the City Council expects to have introduced in the forthcoming portions of the new limits should' be altered. recreation or other operational charges.As .

J session of the Florida Legislature a bill providing for this expansion. and: .

k cresting new City limits. The bill to be presented to the Legislature will provide! for referendum. by soon as materials are available it is planned to install street lighting

the people of Orlando and the people living in the areas the city'proposes and sewer.lines in all areas becoming a part of Orlando as may be requiredby

Presented today by the Council for public consideration and approval is a to take into the corporate limits. Thus both present citizens of the city and the demand. Also, as materials become available, the Orlando Utilities

map of the proposed extended City limits as recommended by the, City those asked to become, citizens will have a voice in making the decision. Commission plans to extend its water and electrical facilities.

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tolHns To Send Executives Club Orlando, Florida, March 16, 1947 ttl1t &1tttba1} &tnttnd-&tar Page 9 [Bl] I

1 .: To Hear Science Cf TRAL f l RIDASr 1 Merchants Plan Caravan Famed Negro Choir
Writer March 25 MAKE A DATE WITH
xhiDittoUofFlaW I To Sing March 23
D Gerald Wendt editor of thepugazine SPRHGT1MELAND ( SA:*
A 1 1Ir
&* I"l aJt* *-e* 7 "Science Illustrated" To Fair's 'Orlando Day' At Tinker FieldWings .
of-IacaM1 e4ce
An exhibit : inodels. tad consulting editor of The --
Lfchltectural plans and photo- Over Jordan nationally
March of Time. will be the guest
rtapha, which alms at proving speaker at the dinner meeting of famous Negro spiritual choir will OF THE SKY
Florida Is developing Its ownitchltecture. Orlando merchants will join Friday in a one-day visitto S'
flat the Orlando Executives Club at at Tinker Field Sunday,
will be transferred the Orlando Country Club Tues- i Eustis, where they will take part in "Orlando Day" at appear
rpm Rollins College where it is day/March 25. at 6:30 p.m. the Florida Sportsmen's Exposition. March 23. at 4. pjn.. under the e '
shown Wednesday BARNEY BARNES I I I 1 of the Orlando Negro
through -
low being One of the outstanding science auspices
Members of the Orlando Retail
ofFlordh Merchants' Assn., the Chamber of Commerce and American e ASIiEYRIEr
to the University, writers of the country Dr.Wendt's I -
for two weeks.The knowledge of such projected prod- THE QUESTIONWho Florida Retail Merchants', Assn. and the Greater Orlando I" Legion. McNix Post 184.
exhibit, which attracted ucts as helicopters, two-way radiotelephone is man's best friend dogor Chamber of Commerce will make< 1 Advance tickets priced at $1.20.
imndreds: daily at the Morse Gal- radar, the atomic horse? up the party taking with them t:he parade of motor vehicles will tax included are on sale at Dick- ao
f of Art here;will open in the bomb:the use of yeast growths to son and Ives. Yowell-Drew-Ivey
dent Union Bldg. at Uof F on give better food and other newly ,THE ANSWERSA. the 75-piece Orlando Senior High assemble for the trip to Eustis. I J. C. Penney Co.. Sears Roebuck
ril 10. created marvels provide him with School Band.A. and Co.. Angebilt Pharmacy. San I
B. Leonard retired Lockhart: C. Slaughter CofC secretary- The party expected to include I
Exhibit contributors include illustrations for the theme of his "This question has been kicked manager. said the party will be 100 to 150 persons, will leave Juan Pharmacy and Stroud Drug I
: Stores.
jrlorida architects who have talk. around I zd- here at 10:30m... headed by j t .9.
a nee guests of a I Tickets purchased at the gate I I d et oe 46fte.
heir own ideas of the type of heaven knows at theluncheon honor. State motor patrol car and escorted -
,. I I at the time of the performance
afouse in which Floridians neth Miller Gamble Rogers.Harry when and probably ( of the .' to the city limits by Or- will be $1.80 tax included. i .,, $ Enjoy North Carolinas tlnriout ipriacra
Aould live and the style of U.. Lindsey. George Keiser F. Earl never will -...... illee beautiful Showplace of .
commercial building In which DeLoe. George H. Spohn George settled but 4t'" '
) Club with the w Slaughter said he expects to themokke.Colfridin .trnni..olher.port*
they should'conduct' their ev1yday Foote Dunham Alex group but asked that persons who
; Hatton. Jack my choice Is dog. A., Orlando Rotarf '
business Moore Robert B. Murphy and The master of a y' ians furnishingentertainment. lave sufficient automobiles to accommodate desire to drive their own cars I e "on a mountain in the sky. Music dancing!:,
{iAf'chiiectsrepresented are Ken- Henry B. Whitworth. dog can beat and :!?- : .!-+? : all members of the communicate with him. d entertainment-good fool good: company oI
kick him. but the ," solid comfort.Lena than t''0 daIs drive from
dog will stay .i.: The luncheon 1 Flonda. only a few hours by air e rt rail. '
faithful to his program underpreparation ; e For resenalionai y.Thomas, Manager.JiairJ ,
MIAMI dying day. Dog Pres. Paul by I/y zr# e. aa
as a friend can < "" .
Stine of the
IRI CALLING for not faithfulness.be equaled Under Leonard any circumstance I I Orlando club It* SHERATON BON AIR.A"triu'l l .
will feature Dr.
he will stay at one's I
E. T. Brown
aide and give his life to protecthis Noted Golf Capital i!
Be and visit Miami Rollins College '
sure master. I. treasurer in an Brown Relax In delightful surroundings enjoy varied .
during this greatest address on "Central Florida sports-at one of the South outstanding resort s : .
of all winter sea- E. 1. Homeland newsdealer. Development.'* hotels.. modern fireproof...ideal Indian :: -
Ocoee: 'The dog by far is man's I summer climate. Directly on U.S. Route 1. i
........ sons. Recreation pro- : best friend. Orlando visitors to the Exposi- S
yf for a
grams continue unabated : t..rl Taken by points I tion will be headed by Mayor William or wire a .
; reservations '
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through March ,t"'ft. the dog Is more Beardall. CofC Pres. Walton [ -
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R tW and April For the utmost '.. :; :.<,.. :" affectionate and McJordan James B. Keith president PAUL E./1.an'oNc.J .a.pr "1" .Yr rrl" lt Rrr r {:l :.. .
4 : friendly than the Orlando Retail Merchants'Assn. rr ( H.irl.: kiirhill.Ftlm Brack. IlL The 5i i.Ml K.,.U gsetlnReai .
in comfort and :;-- > ihorse simply because .. and Lloyd Gahr Florida !,...t,r. M.,: Hotel Prftt....SwmipMvil. Ma .; "aatllu Beset Qob. AtlaWic
0,.. 4k* Year '..... convenience make the .,... ",'to',. "-< he serves Retail Merchants' Assn. president. 1M."U L.>.T....A.M.!V,..,(...d.PratMrirt .'.0ar T.Jell_>Me trm.Announcing' .
I OafteMl Air CeaditlealifSkyline ALCAZAR your headquarters ,-'4:4v ;;: for the love of his Two city buses will transport the .It"r
Reef pining looa*. while here. 1'l master. A horse band from the high school Friday I
Ceffee She. .* Cedrt.il $..le. For reservations phone : "'" has- to be driven morning to the CofC Bldg.. where
Ceev'etely' ..d.c.,.... Miami !\:'::: t to most every
I' chore he Is called
All New r.raishiags ,4.fl; on to perform.

F Boagland For the most
IN MIAML.HOTEL part, horses have a mean disposi- .
tion and will lash out with his
heels at the slightest provocation."
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Orlo Vista: "As far as I am con- a :
i is cerned man's, the horse best : ;

) becausehe
friend -
N THI BAYFRONT At. fIFTH STREET serves man In i :
-t many differentw-
and useful ways. L. A.A.I .
have worked'" >'r .
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with both horses .:; .y" .
and dogs and ',::
have found /' -'. : air'' % / '.' :} >'? 'd.d S. ,
horses to be ..
4 t aF a 3 r 't-r'4 t t aS'
f quite friendly 1 R. a y
after they are hbfi. 4swsaaai6 > .J i.
acquainted with Morrow : ,

f : masters or handlers Universally '" .., ,'. J)
I will have to admit dogs are more 1: .. ,. .
E IT'S STILL \ friendly, but the horse is more :;, : y, "ter'
valuable from a use standpoint. .
N M74e helping man make his living." 'I' <'
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: Tommy Chadwick orchestra* ;.. ., ., -,-.'

leader. Minorville: "My choice
goes to the dog
f because of. his : >.J'!: ,
d ep end ability tt:
get the We dial ronVe amiaaedta ES 15J and affection for 3 ''ft c

best Miami Beach earn offer just his master.A dog ::1:1"h:
......you jbdift coax'fca eid-winter. t" \ '.;;"4 will offer his life

I ey HorN crag'M t.Apnl ,., .J'" :?' willingly and will ,. a- "
w >>-fiah t faamamatil..: : '. r not question the 7
rNcIa May : > h ,
:: r strength or ,
April W-gay aftat darh.r.t.etrse.t prowess of his : v #:
'.U aumia c.Tbe mellow....Liae.se.t1. ., .:, adversary. A ;
eurf anelWg4-acale: __.., *f Miami d, horse will shy at '<-1.<0,' 4"4 .:1"
j.ach er...u-aJt: ....And oar y .W4-: the slightest 4" ,t"'t:', ;
Chadwick '
danger desertinghis .
wotU-fcamed fiatta ktttuf and golf t
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'Os clan*lo yarfacdoa iai tile aprtng. master at the first sign of ., ." ,.>.... ,.,,<<, '&...
danger. If I had to choose betweena '. '; '
)(.: SPECIAL SPRING. RATES dog and horse where my safety
was at stake the dog would be my .
"" Hoc*sari Su.yhy -'-_ las choice."
tsry e.eettt.idatiso .tt .a.cecI. apnagntet
., .To*rainy....., arias it WhileJOG' .
I "this....1!Sead for oolor folder F. A. Reiche groceryman. Malt- "S .'
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New Radio ServiceBritts pletion of our new passenger and freight stationin Commission; Mr. Kenneth Clarke, Agricultural

Electrical Appliance Co. ; Wildwood. This new facility and the extensive Agent, Sumter County, and Hon. A. S. Herlong

356 N. Orange Ave., yesterday an- improvements which- ave been made in other Jr., Judge, County Court, Lake County. Mr. J. C. .

nounced the opening of a modern facilities of the Seaboard at Wildwood will enable Rogers, of Leesburg will serve as Master of Cere-
radio service department designed
us to provide even better service to our friends monies.
built and operated by N. W. ScottJr
ir radio and electronics engineer.The and patrons in this area. _,
Following these brief ceremonies, the new station -
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x'f 1.k which enables technicians to make Ceremonies marking the opening of this new

f r difficult accurate radio diagnosis troubles.of the most building to the service of the public will be held The public is cordially invited to attend the

Britts radio repair shop Is designed at the station at 11.00: a.m., Tuesday, March ceremonies and to take this occasion to become

.. types to of service radios all phonographs makes and 18th. Mr. Leigh R. Powell, Jr., President of the better acquainted with the Seaboard personnel,

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AGRICULTURAL Decline NOTEBOOK ReportedIn : .C L4'Thll3llffjX[ ( tP3DWE w 3j\Jflfl Iii

Corers Central, Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Dew

Citrus Page 10 [B] itlJt &ratf ag! nttittl-&tar Orlando, Florida, March 16, 1947 to head up ready for the market

Plantings when the temperatures dropped.

By DICK COOLER Reduction Seen in Citrus Reeves Buys Home I
[Sunday Sentinel-Star Agricultural Editor] Big Crop LEESBURQ George T."Barr

SCALE REDUCTIONS in new citrus grove plant- has sold a house here to William

LARGE\, are reported over Central Florida, with R. Reeves for $5,800.Glass .

prices and injury to nursery stocks by cold weather held

the major factors. Normally the first: three months of Volusia Agent

the year is the big season for new plantings but the sober- Marketing Groups Spring PlantingsDelayed Brick J Jfor
ing market tendencies plus adverse weather conditions are believed to

have curbed any wholesale sprees on new acreage Lake County
of course, continues to lead In new plantings, and there have been Checks Damage .
some large tracts put into contour groves But many who had Handle Vital JobBy WeeksSpecial T

plans last Summer when $2,500 an acre was cheap for citrus. grove
have decided to wait and see before setting out new investments Bf TUCKER IRWIN [ "The Sunday Sent.ne'-Star] fr [ modernliving
Those who may have wanted to go ahead haven't been able to do so JACK GURNETT [Our Own Staff Correspondent] WINTER GARDEN All Spring plantings in this rich II

because of freeze damage to tender young stock and continued cold. [Our Own Staff Correspondent] DELAND-Volusia County's cit- Central Florida vegetable producing area to .
are expected
All of which win tend to level off citrus production which has ,[ 1 LATER. HAVEN-An attempt to keep a close watch rus production next season will be
be at least four weeks late in harvesting, P. H. Britt vet-
gained steadily; each ;year in the past decade. YV on the perplexing marketing problems, Growers Ad- reduced approximately 25 per centas
f Committees handling result of the recent subfreezing eran grower, reported yesterday.
ministrative and Shippers Advisory a -
riTOE SPRAWLING FLORIDA citrus industry, with. Its many the details of the Federal marketing agreement for Florida temperatures. W. J. Platt Jr.. I Britt said continued cold.weather had delayed growthof Makes ;your rooms larger and
.L branches of growers, shippers, processors, buyers and packers: folusia County Agent. declared cucumbers snap beans and< brighter-withstands the ele-
week now-with the next
citrus, are meeting once a right sweet principal Spring
win attempt to co-ordinate its legislative requirements at a round- scheduled for Tuesday at -Ir here yesterday after an intensive corn mately 70 days to bear and new ments and saves money on
session four-week damage of almost crops.
table conference scheduled In Lakeland Tuesday, to be followedby Lakeland. And -- in the survey "What we need most is some growth is just come up. and repairs.
10:30 ajn. in every grove county. This is a small snap bean section painting
one In Orlando later The representatives win have to work ., warm weather" Britt explained. -
but those
Pedersen of SAC ] planted
Bin are now
Chairmen Damage to the wood varies in
fast with the Le&tslatnre to convene on April 8, and the par- Cold ground has been a serious
just to stand and will
up a be .
and Charlie Walker of GAC rap different parts of the county See Us
ticular attention being given to remedial industry legislation this ready for harvest in April Britt
from and one-quarter inch
season Whatever is endorsed by the entire group would be the gavel right on the dot this to one-quarter one inch he said However he saw a normal crop FOR ALL GLASS NEEDS
late. said.Although
almost certain of enactment because it represents. a lot of political is one meeting that starts on time. and most of the leaves were even though a large acreage of
power In the State. Few people understand just how ,destroyed., Cukes are starting to come up watermelons! originally were
*. committees work here's and looking -fair," Britt said. planted, only a poor stand is reported RELIABLE PAINT
the two so
Blooming this year will be from They are expected to be four now and a small and late
rpHERE"' IS ALWAYS the other side of the centralized marketing! a brief summary of the modussop- three to four weeks later. Whether weeks late bearing in May. yield is predicted.The AND GLASS

proposed for the Florida citrus industry and "Slim" Bolan. erandL First SAC meets with this will effect the time of maturity Since the February freeze killed only; late Winter crop still
Pierson packing house foreman for Alexander & Baird. expressedit GAC members sitting in merely as ?% of next season's crop will depend the good stand of sweet corn moving to the market is a small 108 W. PINE ST.
when he said: "The only; laws which can be enforced are thoseof observers. Mgr. Frank Seymour ro entirely on weather condi- growing at that time the replanted amount of cabbage. This crop
supply; and demand You can't legislate good and bad prices. reads the shipping reports for the ,, tions prevailing during the en- crop is scheduled for May suffered tremendous damage from PHONE 5627
previous week gives an idea of suing months. He added. harvest it requires approxi- freeze conditions as it was starting
They should cut loose and let everyone ship as much as they ** as
what be expected to roll for "If everything is favorable
want of whatever kind of. fruit they want to ship Then half of may will ..
the current week and then reads Platt said. "then it make onlya I.
the growers and shippers will go broke and the other half will r
communications for shippers and negligible difference. But should
survive and make money It will be tough on a lot of people growers who have ideas of just bad weather hamper the growth IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY!
but it will have to come some time and we might as well get it over I what ought to be shipped. Then and development of the new fruitIt
with." A tall easy-appearing veteran of the Florida citrus industry the matter of rules is thrown out will considerable delay market-
for many years. Bolan reported many trees up In Volusia on the table. SAC members all ing next Fall."
. County might not bear fruit next season because of freeze damage shippers either co-operative or Due to natural phenomman FWD Trucks Jaeger 105

and absence of bloom "Much will depend on the weather of independent. discuss the situation the northern end of the county CompressorHypressure
course And although it used to be with God regulating the exchange Ideas-and then recom- escaped the first freeze and Bodies ,
mend rules for the coming period. damage was mostly localized in Gallon Dump
weather ;you could tell something about it. now that the weather Jenny
This recommendation is then tak- Platt said.
the southern portion
bureau boys up in Jacksonville are running the show nobody knows
en up by the growers' group CHARLES WALKER The second freeze however Steam Cleaners
'what Is coming. Barco Hammers
which seldom varies from the SAC heads vital work. caught the north end and did
C. SILVA, prominent Sarasota celery has
VyilXARD grower suggestions. It must be remembered considerable damage while leaving 3t
Introduced a new industry in the State having erected a that GAC is the controlling the south mostly unaffected. International U-2,
plant to make celery meal from waste trimmings for livestock feed. body.) It does not have to accept '"Billboard" and others Charlie The'county agent urged grove Disston Chain SawsDixie U-4 and U-6 Power

Silva contended that the tops and stripping of celery. stalks, SAC recommendations-=.but can Commander general manager of owners to delay pruning opera- Logger x 3
which now are wasted, can be chopped dehydrated and ground Into formulate its own. but in actual the Florida Citrus Exchange, is tions until June or until such time Units f
a highly nutritious feed for poultry and livestock. practice it works out that GAC expected to come up soon with an as it could be determined how
*. passes the suggestion along to the laea/ on the beverage deal much wood is going to die. If Pulpwood Saws" Kohler Light Plants
Secretary of Agriculture. Depending Many people complimenting Bob pruning is done too early; too
OF LACK of hotel accommodations available in Or-
BECAUSE on the pressing matters of the Evans on his "promotion" to the much or too little will be pruned
the meeting of Southeastern Extension Service directors moment these two sessions usually Job of "general manager" of the and then the job has to be done
planned here April 17 has been shifted to Lakeland Importanceof are over by noonseldomlater Florida Citrus Commission all over again. JAEGER PUMPS
properly; treating watermelons against stem and rot after loadingin than 12:30: p.m. which is Jack Connell. sales manager of Platt further urged that the 2 4 inch
cars is being stressed by D. E. Timmons, extension economist in just in time for the afternoon the Alamo CGA in Texas has a maintenance 'and spray schedule Capacities to

marketing who also Is secretary; M the Watermelon Growers & newspaper boys. lot of friends in Florida who will be carried out effectively. Asa WE DISTRIBUTE A COMPLETE LINE OF
Distributors Assn. .The Florida Beekeepers Assn.. headed by be t sorry to learn he recently suf- word of warning he cited the
LOT OF GROWERS in the fered a disabling heart attack andis recent release from the Lake
John W. Wilbanks of Sarasota. Is seeking support for its proposed A CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIAL LOGGINGand
legislation activities of so-called "tourist apiarists" who bring their interior and Indian River not at his desk in the little office Alfred Experiment Station ,
behind the Alamo Packing which indicated that the freeze
areas of the State now are realIzing -
broods from the North each ;year during the citrus blooming season. they have been seriously ,House Harold Norman the made ideal conditions for the
The Florida beekeepers contend these "tourist" bees introduce and hurt by the Feb. 6 freeze and first and recently retired president ,growth and production of scale
spread "foulbrood" among native bees. other adverse weather condi: *of the Florida Citrus Canners insects. MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENTFLORIDAGEORGIA
tions. Photographs of the dam- Co-operative at Lake Wales renewing Although the grove owner may
THE ORLANDO'\ OFFICE of the U. S. Bureau of Agricultural aged areas, with pictures of typ- old friendships after a few have fertilized this Winter al-
nnder J. C. Townsend Jr. and J. B. Owens Is hardat ical trees are being made by months' rest which saw his arthritis ready. Platt strongly advocatedthat
work with G. N. Rose of the State DAE preparing a reportof lensmen who have had experience improve considerably. 8-0-8 fertilizer with minor TRACTOR CO.
vegetable crops This will Include commercial acreage by In this kind of work. ThereIs Courtney Campbell of Food Machinery elements added be applied in the
and member of the near future. This he said will
counties for the seasons 1939-40 to 1945-46. total acreage, produc- always a rush for pictures after -
2415 State Road
State Road Commission circulating assist the tree in keeping new
tion and value of commercial crops from Fall 1936 to Spring 1916. a climatic disturbance suchas the talk- growth and speed their Box 1511
a hurricane or a freeze-and over ridge area recovery Phone 4608 LAKELAND, FLORIDA P. O.
And carlot shipments by rail or.boat season 1928-29 to 194546. ing to citrus men about roads from recent serious damage.
The is the work of making pictures and Local Representative: W. Finley Mason. Phone 23411. Orlando
report being prepared by the Florida Crop and Livestock originating proper authentica- and stopping to gab with road sec-
Reporting Service, the USDA and the University of Florida Agricultural tions on freeze damage is a specialized tion bosses supervising the workof 4H Club Activity a Jacksonville-Miami Savannah Waycrou
Experiment Station and will be an authoritative reviewof job. convict crews.Florida Associate Companies Located: Florida Georgia
Florida's agricultural growth for the past decade. *' *
Expansion UrgedIn

of Phil Six CountiesPlans
Laicey.. general manager of the Crop Movement .
Florida Citrus Exposition at Winter for expansion of 4-H Club
Haven will be glad to know 20 Per CentFlorida activities and membership in six
that Mrs. Lucey Is recovering nicely Slips Central Florida Counties includedin It

from a major operation in an vegetable shipments are District No 7 headed by Orange
i Orlando hospital where she is nowa declining steadily under last season's County Agent Fred Baetzman are
patient. Coin machine operators being pushed following a meetingof eM,4
of level with rail and truck agents in Orlando.
are showing a great deal U
RED ,EDGE Interest in the automatic citrus movements showing a drop of approximately "An increase in club memberships ette
juice dispensing machine which 20 per cent. shows and contests to stimu- OUR ,
was shown recently by John A. late this vital work among our t OY
Snively; Jr. of Winter Havenpictures This Is expected to continue to future farmers is planned for the 't\\\\\t\\\\ \ o
and stories have been ordered decrease sharply until the Spring 1947-48 year." Baetzman said. \\

for such publications as harvests are brought onto the Membership goals for Orange \
Volusia, Seminole Osceola Lake
market, with the overall decline! \\\\\\s\\\\
SHOVELS and Brevard counties call for \\\
SEPTIC TANKS estimated at 17 per cent from 896 4-II Club boys representing
194546. a boost of 30 per cent. 1 1rr
REPAIREDThe Shipments on Jan. 1 were 25 The county agents also mapped
use of strong lye or acids per cent ahead of last ;year but plans for a grade dairy; heifer con-
In plumbing system is the adverse weather conditions oj' test among the club members
andSCOOPS detrimental to the septic tank. February cut production severely. based on county and district
Volume dropped below parity judging with prizes by the Sears-
Approved by State with last year on the first of Roebuck Agricultural Founda-
Board of Health
March. As of March 8. total truck tion.County
PLUMBING REPAIRSBy and railroad car movements were councils are planned for
23.513 compared with 28,207 on Orange Volusia and Brevard pat-
licensed Plumber the same day last ;year. terned after the one already op-
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: Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Morning
In Population Rise

Orlando, Florida, March 16, 1947 Shr fennfog Srnltol-fttar Page 11 [B] I Watermelon ,City Hall to consider current Industry -
problems. Mgr.
ly AL CODY Truck ShipmentsOf Plans Leesburg Meeting' Draw of the Florida Vegetable
[Our Own.Staff Correspondent Committee reported yesterday.A I
GAINESVILLE' cattle business and the youth Oak Hill Water Control Watermelon growers and shippers meet-'I similar meeting for the North
> of Central Florida will ,Florida and shippers will
work which it encourages can play a major' part in raising Friday at 8 pm. at the Leesburg i 1 I I 1 be scheduled growers later.ATTENTION .
Florida's population 6 million by 1980. Crops Gain
That's the opinion Dean Walter J. Matherly of the

University of Florida's College of Business Administration, lr MAYME HODGKINOur
who recently gave cattlemen from [ Own Staff Correspondent] Project Survey Started GROVE. OWNERS!
all parts of the State a lot to SANFORD-A survey of the result -
of the Jan. 1 increase in
think about when he spoke at the -
banquet held in connection with freight rates of 15 per cent on Survey work is now underwayon cost estimate. bun Hammock." Allan said.
the Southeastern Fat-Stock ShowIn week cabbage ending shows March that 8 truck during haul-the the 216-square mile, Oak Hill The project would include an Engineers believe a dike at You Can
Ocala. eight-mile canal to be dog the head of Cow Creek also will
Matherly praised the youth work M ? : x, ings had increased to the extent soil and water'' conservation from the head of Cow Creek to be needed. Tide gates probably
carried on through: the Future ':. : &- that 30 carloads of cabbage movedby project in Volusla County, H. C. Mud Cove on the Indian Riverto will be recommended by the
Farmers" of America and the Boys..N rail as against 157 carloads by Allan. Volusia Soil Conservation control flood waters in the SCS to prevent salt water intrusions MAKE MORE MONEY
t and Girls 4-H Clubs, as well as S District supervisor at Oak-Hill reported rich Tnrnbull Hammock! area at high tide.
the improvement in livestock and $ Seminole Farm Bureau Pres. yesterday. southwest of New Smyrna. The water control plan will be i
marketing procedures fostered by M. L. Cullum declared: that It Is Technicians of the U. S. Soil "The plan is to retard the floodwaters furnished to the Volusia District'
livestock shows such as the one his belief that this Is Indicative Conservation Service are working from Cow Creek and thus by the SCS without charge. Cost With i Crops of
i at Ocala and by various Govern- x of what will happen In the case with the Volusla District in pre- prevent the Inundation of the of the dike and canal constructionwill
t mental agencies. t ; .- of all vegetable shipments under paring the water control plan and valuable citrus land in the TurnPrePack be paid by landowners with
Cautioning against concentrating the pending rate Increase of some assistance by the County
I' on any one. business April 1. Commissioners Allan explained.The CITRUS FRUITS
t neb as the tourist trade Math Mgr. H. J. Lehman of the San- water shed runs south from
: erly believed that the State must fdrd State Farmers' Market said Parley New Syrma to Oak Hill and west r
to Cow creek. It Includes an area
that he had noticed a large diversion -
from rail to truck in the approximately 24 miles long and FROM IRRIGATED GROVES
shipment of cabbage and quite a nine miles wide.
t large number of carlot shipmentsof Slated TomorrowScientists
mixed vegetables by truck. '
ELECTRIFYyOU IRRIGATION yields higher returns becauseit
4 .
Lehman also said that there "" 1
Ii tIi a pARM has been a pick-up In varietiesof and vegetable groWers ,and shippers will Here is the' U Increases the production per acre. Improve
WALTER J. MATHERLY vegetables coming through the confer on consumer pre-packaging research in Florida in Balanced ( the quality of your fruit insures your crops
," cattle future. market for truck shipment. He Gainesville March 17, Mgr. LaMonte Graw of the Florida against dry weather losses. and puts extra
.. / sees attributed this to which "
,/ .; have been found to be crops less dam- Vegetable Committee reported yesterday.Dr. Food for money into your pockets. It pays to irrigate

II -sad UGti4TI give equal attention to agriculture aged by cold than previously Charles W. Hauck, professor of rural economicsat
I ppWER to the extraction of minerals thought or to areas in fields the Ohio State College of Agri- -. IRRIGATION assures the continuous development
to manufacturing, distribution which remained untouched whilea culture in Columbus, will discuss ceptance of the product and typeof and normal growth of your trees.It .
few feet there was great results of terminal point
away .
transportation as well sato
the FVC help to produce full bloom at the
recreation. damage.' packaging research which has package manager For that velvety-smooth,deep- proper
The present cabbage crop will been underway there for several added. lawn, that you've tried time and to hold it on the tree. It also helps
I The value of the work done with green
I last about two or three weeks also has been to set the fruit and to
boys and girls through the media years. Dr. Hauck study ao hard to attain try Vigoro, bring on early maturityand
of the FFA and 4-H organizations more, Cullum advised probably Meeting with Dr. Hauck will ing the economic aspects of pre- complete plant food. Vigoro. better fruit sizes.
until the first of May and the
cannot be overestimated he said. deal will about be Paul Dickman of Ruskin, packaging and its effect on sav- supplies grass with the nourish-
new Spring begin
t "Human assets take precedenceover April 1.Water. chairman of'the Florida Prepackaging ings and costs. ment it needs to make quick
and are of greater value than Council; Dr. A. L. When the Columbus projectwas sturdy growth. Clean odor-
other assets.Boys come first; bull Stahl and Dr. F. S. Jamison started with seven stores co- less, sanitary, and easy to use. See Our Stock for
and other animals second" was Study CommitteeTo horticulturists with the Univer- operating. 14 men were requiredto
his valuation of the matter. sity of Florida College of Agri handle the produce depart- A riooocr or SWIFT
"Livestock shows" Matherly declared Meet in Lakeland culture. Dr. C. V. Noble of the ments concerned.
"provide an indlspensible State Department of Agricultural Complete Irrigation Equipment
[Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] After setUneup a central
Economics, and Graw. VIGOROjf
means of gauging and recordingthe GROVELAND Chm. Lacy warehouse with equipment for
march of progress in livestock Thomas of the State-wide com Florida is the first State in regrading and consumer prepackaging -
development. mittee named to study Florida's which consumer pre-packaging at the total workers COMMIT PLANT tOOB PIPE PUMPS ENGINES
Passing of the tick discoverIng water conservation needs has call the shipping point will be tested. needed including warehouse -
a1l" _.t US-L ta" of means of overcoming ed a meeting of the 10-man groupin Laboratory studies have been con- workers was from nine to 10. CHECKERBOARDFEED
I JIa" cit7.. ,..Ii- ()eaa mineral deficiencies improve Lakeland tomorrow. ducted for several months at the
: ...__.. .be""'ri9" a1taTU ment In breeds and increased The committee will consider University of Florida and field "In addition the sale of some STORES
.. = ,:::; attention to marketing conditions proposed legislation calling for a tests are planned soon. vegetable products was stimulated 66 W. WASHINGTON ST. Engineering Service-Estimates Given
,=: .... greatly through attractiveand
.. -
,. and facilities have openedthe engineering survey of the State's ""Dr. Hauck agreed that con
eo.lPI III' door to a vast increase In water resources. siderable' emphasis should be efficient" Graw consumer said. pre-pack "We Sell Purina Chows" Modern Irrigation Systems
: p1 the number of cattle raised In aging.
, placed the improvement of
.a Nsr' 1)(; .1oW" _jit.tor upon
.pa aftila1t.?w this State Matherly believed, an Peter Buys Home wholesale shipping containers
;:: "" Increase which he pointed out Is or master cartons as well as
"' : [Soecral to The! Sunday Sentmel' -Star]
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I Page 12 [B] Ete ;unfcia! & ttu I-&tar Orlando, Florida, March 16, 1947 be entertained by T. O. Lee class I Cargoes of glass objects were ; "HARLEM IN HAVANA"
president at a barbecue at his often carried by ancient Phoeni- 4\
r in the musical comedy "Finian's Outerwear Assn. here next place, 315 N.Bumby St., tomorrow I I cian merchant sailors. 3 16 OH' -40 'eoplo .
|[jhat's All, Brother! |t' Rainbow" will be the "Sweater week.Why Ringling Art, at 6.30: p.m. Dorsey Prescott will]I -- -
Richards? Well, it be in charge of the barbecue. r
3 NEW YORK UPI Donald I Boy" for the 29th annual con- seems "A Florida Must" 0.. n. Scree"!
JUchards,who has the male lead I vention of the National Knitted he wears a turtle-neck sweater School Plans enjoy Purpose the friendly of the association meeting is and"to I ORIENTAL GARDENSJacksonville' "WHITI TIE AND AILS"
in his first in the
appearance fellowship of one another" and to Beauty SpotA D." o..ryeo-Iki Rome
-_>Where Discriminating People show. Annual Show ,give those attending an opportunity PHOTOGRAPHER'S PARADISE! [N'
And there is a theory that I to become better acquainted IS acre o< rarprtoe Ran trees QO T.o Dors O k
ill The 16th annual exhibition of with class members. plant, nusual landjupmc. natural
have to live
press I flch hatchery..unke. fudea. No dapttcat & Wednesday
I student work of Ringling Schoolof anywherel Tuesday ;
$WM( ) Orlando Student Cited I Art in Sarasota will be formally: I weight The of ground heavy sinks rains in under Japan.the % .\ W
i opened with a reception, Sunday\
COCKTAIL LOUNGE For Bucknell Grades
March 23 in the school galleries,
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M cUMo lifOi Mhray > NaltsaafeM Ntanal.-TM W. P. $I7Rt2AMll Donald Baird Jr.. of E. Livingston
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Jacksonville Male Chorus
Bucknell University, Lewisburg I'VANNE
invited to attend at any time s I IAA
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honor list for scholastic excellence The purpose of the annual exhibition MARSHALL H. PIERSON. Conductor o,.. ,::afl'A
during; the Fall term, according to is to give a crosssectionof I NOW SHOWING
V"'ONIGHT word from Mary H. Hunt, college the work" of the school each a Presented By The an CHf,5UM5hols
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recorder.A year. Every student in the school ; ;
"IN OLD SACRAMENTO"CONSTANCE sophomore, Baird was one of will be represented. Work will -.u--i-1:
MOORE WILD BILL ELLIOTT 350 Bucknell students who attained comprise all types of drawings, Orlando'Shrine Club AA .A %fljj5
CARTOON LATEST WORLD NEWS an average of at least 85 per i (
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FIRST SHOW I:4t COMPLETE SHOW FROM 1 :M P. M. cent and have been cited on the paintings
semesterly list. the school. .
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both life drawings oil and water and color paintings, portraits still Thursday Evening, March 20, 8:15: P.M. A ,"A WALLY ALAN
DANCE TO AND HEARIN lifes. pictorial illustrations, fash-
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advertising layouts posters .BROWN CA1EY{
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"DAGWCODS" 'Orlando, Florida, March 16, 1947 (Tiff &mtferg BttttfntI-&tar t Page 13 [81] f Roman farmers gave much attention -

I'Students Plan to the breeding OX animalsfor

Steaks.FEATURING t Chops: OUR Seafeod SPECIALTIES HOME and Chicken COOKING Dinners I The Sunday Sentinel-Star Radio Program I[Yellow Plans i I special purposes.TONIGHT .

Delicious, Homemade Pies and Cakes Art Exhibit Jack Benny tries to replace the quartet he fired WDBO ISM WLOr tills WO HZ CTW GRpC1E-
T 30 Master Singers Organ ReTeiU Home Bibl School K
Meals lSe and up
two weeks ago. and In an effort to soothe his 74: Bob Jones ______ Organ Reveille __ Home BIble School L
h '141 EAST 'SOUTH STREET this week with foursome __ _. -_ ___ ___
sponsor comes up a consisting 8 00 News n News Summary News ? Better Service You
Prize winning samples of the *:IS Decision Now h_ Silver Strincs __ Organ Recital __ I r the
in the Orange of Bing Crosby. Dick Haymes. Andy a:3O Christ for World Taeeraacl Church NBC String Q'rtet You a S'"
work of students
1:45: Christ for World Taoeraacl Church NBC Btrtn t0ns!
Russell and Dennis Day. This will be the first time Q rtet I '
ROOM County Vocational School commercial 00 CBs News ?- Coast C. on BBS World Hews .... i64.4
DINING the four famous vocalists have performed to-
HOTEL ever
EaU : maintenance
LAKE 1 913 Renfro vnn.P = Coot : C.: OB Bus Story to Order .... New cabs improved -
AT: ROBINSON I art department will be gether. The "Jack Benny Show" is heard at 7pm 9:30 Renfro Valley _--- C.*., M C. on Bus Words & Muslo and better dispatching methods -
9 45
which # Family Coast to C. on Bus Th. Coronettes
Delicious food Homelike Atmosphere : included in an exhibition from WORZ. 10.00 Church of Ate Messar. of Israel Hap'ad Donna Wk are all being combined by the
_ opens tomorrow on the main floor Baritone Jack Berch Is the guest of Rise 10 IS Church of Air Message of Israel Sun. Morn. Musicl
10:30: Voice of Prophecy Soathernalres ... Sun. Morn. Music Yellow Cab Co.' of Orlando to
Moderate ... of the vocational school building.H. Stevens and conductor Al Goodman on this Sun- 10:45: Voice or Prophecy: Southernatres ?_ Sun. Mom. Muuel offer .1
constantly improving serv-
We Cater to Laaekeoa. acid Dimmer Parties Bernard Robinson instructor ay's "Family Hour," heard at 5 pjn. from WDBO. 11: ()Ness" _-_ tat Presb'y Church" Design for Listnin a
Closed Mondays .' Plat 2.1114i Beach sings two songs from "Song of the South" 11:15: Dr. Osborno __ lot Presto'y Church Design for Listnln ice, according to M. J. Carleto. .
announced yesterday. '
11:30 Salt Lake Choir lat Presb y Church Windsor String H't
Vocational school students won "Zip-ah-Dee-Doo-Dah" and "Uncle Remus. 11:45: Salt Lake choir ._ 1st Presfay Church Proudly We Hall new owner and president of the

15 of the 18 awards offered dur- Miss Stevens honors St. Patrick with-when Irish 12:00: IDT. to Learning New Summary __ News .---.____ company. I
< 12'1% IDT to Bollyw Salon Or.
',, _,.JI i" ,,0(;'. I ''III. !!:" I.I.I! I Festival here Learning The Vagabonds
ing the Eyes Are Smiling and Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ra. 12:30: Gospel Hour --- Sunday Strtncs Bollyw Salon Or. Physical changes already have
CHASE"For including the $30 first prize for The raising of Lazarus from the dead is dramatized 12:45: Gospel Hour dU Raymond Swing __ Hollyw Salon Or.
I "THE FIVE been made In the shop so that
I school exhibits at the Central 1 Oi'o<..pJ'H ___ Married for Life America United .
1 on The Greatest Story Ever Told. heardat 1:15 Gospel Hour Married for LU America United __ I time consumed maintenance
the' Discriminating Florida Exposition. 6:30: pjn. from WLOF. 1:30 Enn Serenade ___ Sammy Kay __h U of ChL ndtab'.e I I
1:43 Howard K. Smith Kaye. I'ac'1"1d'D U of Chi.ndtablt and repair has been reduced. Car-
STEAKS CHOICE DINNERS CHICKEN Robinson will stage a one-man Margaret Truman soprano makes her delayed ,
bow of oH paintings on subjects radio debut with Dr. Karl Krueger and the Detroit 2'00 Wkly News Review Dang'r Dr.D.DMd Story TIme Party leto said. This has the effect of I
From $1.25 2:15: Wkly News Review Dang'rDr.Daufld Story Time Party !
J from Maine to Florid, sponsored Symphony Orchestra on the "Sunday Evening 2:30: H re'. To Y. Lutheran Hour Sunday M.t1D. increasing the number of available GEORGE CRT ;2:
Reservations ,Winter Park 27 580 Chase. Winter Park 'by the Orlando Art Assn. at 2'45 H re'. To V. _u__ Lutheran Hour __ Sunday. Matine. cabs without loss of any safety ,
Hour" WLOF 8 to 9 The President'sdaughter
-.... .... over pjn. -
[ Moo. f-I P
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Sundays ; the Chamber of Commerce 'factor.
3:00 N. Y. Phil. Orch.: Open.souse Sunday Matine
< <, ; I "lIli. II' '" March: 22 through April 5. will sing "Ave Maria" by Bach-Gounod; 3:15: N. T..Phil. Orch. r. Open House __-__ Sunday Matinee -. The new cabs have been ordered -
osti's rserenata": Sadero's "Salamana Bambin" 3:30 N. Y. Phil. Orch.: Pres fr m HoUy wd Sunday Matinee BURNS&ALLEN
he declared and will be
The display at the vocational 3.45 N. Y. PhU. Orch. Air Lane Trio __ Sunday Matinee ,, placedin
and "Cielito Lindo" by Padilla.
operation as soon as they are
will be daily for two 4'00 N. Y. Phil. Orch. Thes Our Childr PreT-w of Tomor j
school open I
THE SUMMER SET HOUSE weeks. Robert Casadesus noted pianist is soloist with 4'15 N. Y. Phil. Orch. Thes Our Childr Trade Wind T..'m delivered. Changes in dispatching ,| Guest Stars with
the New York Philharmonic-Symphony an its 4.30 Hour of Charm Week Arnd World Pattern in Melody already have resulted in more
4.45 Hour of Charm __. Week At'nd World Patterns in Melody
Choke Steaks Foods Cktcle Real Breakfasts regular CBS broadcast at 3 pjn. from WDBO. He prompt answering of calls. Paul
{ Sea u a Specialty Castle News 5'OO Family Hour :::= Darts for Dough_ C-6tth"tra...
Pine plays D'Indy's Symphony on a French MountainAir 5'IS Family Hour ____ Darts for Dough NBC Orchestra: Spivey has been appointed manager PHIL BAKER
Curb Service .'.Testy Sandwiches Shrimp and Cnickesi Baskets PINE CASTLE Mrs. Delma and,Franck's "Variations Leo- 5:30: Hoaiy Carmichael Counter Spy __ NBC Orchestra of operations of the company.
Symphoniques. 6.45 Win. Shirer ___ Counter Spy ...-. NBC Orchestra _
-)125 -.uta OrUnd. *_ ....- W. P. tlilI I Garvin returned Sunday from pold Stokowskl conducts the program. 6.OO Ossio .* Harriet Drew Pearson Sacred Carleto revealed. I I
KIIIsr RL ? ?
Konwr* i I Open 1 A. M. t* 12 MJdnlshV. Closed Wednesday.I winter Park Columbia. S. C. where she visited Raymond Massey portrays the greedy Captain 6:19 Orate *. Harriet .. Don Gardiner __ Dave RI Heart.: "Our drivers have a fine reputation onV7h4iI3
her daughter Greta attending 6'3O Kate Smith Great Story Told Bob Burn Show for courtesy and have
Bartlett in Eugene O'Neill's tragic drama "Gold"presented .
Told Bob Burns Show
Columbia. Mrs. : 6:45 Kate Smith Great Story
college there.From fully endorsed plans for improving I
by "Theatre Guild
the Ah heardat
Garvin went to Atlanta to visit on 7.00 Gene Autry Mysterious Travlr. Jack Benny___ "
4 10 pjn. from WLOF. 7:15 Gen Autry Mysterious TraT Ir Jack Benny ____ service he stated.
Mrs. W. G. Bone. 7:30 Blond Calif Melodies Fitch Bandwagon
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stetson of His Excellency Dr. Charles Malik:, envoy extraordinary 7:45 Blondle _________ Calif Melodies u_ Pitch Bandwagon "We will continue to emplox;
CLUB CABANA Ocean Bluff were guests Tuesdayof and minister plenipotentiary of the Republic 800 Sam Spade __ Si LEi .-Hour stan of-Tomor'w- only drivers of outstanding higTT1
8:15 Sam Smda Sun. Eve Hour Stars of Tomor personal qualifications. Every effort -
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Totten. of Leganon takes part in a discussion ofthe 8 30 Crime Doctor Sun. Eva Hour Musical Showcase
Central Florida's Newest and Largest Night Club Cub Pack 36 of Pine Castle will classic "The Rubaiyat" by Omar Khayyam on 8:45 Ned Calmer ______ Sun ETB Hour _, Musical Showcase will be made by both manage-

3 MILES NORTH OF ORLANDO CITY LIMITS [U. S. 441] not hold its monthly meeting FrI- CBS' "Invitation to Learning." This is the 9-OO Hlldecarda Walter WlncheU Pops Concert ment and personnel to assure that
day night as there is to be a sup- 9'IS Hildeiarde Louella Parsons __ Pops Concert the company offers the best and
seventh in an extended series of programs devotedto __. Pops Concert "
Bracken Jimmy Fidler
9 3C Eddy
STEAKS CHICKEN SHRIMP per at the parish house then. The "Pursuit of Happiness Heard at 12 noon from 9.:45 Eddie Bracken ____ Policewoman .-u Pops Concert-____ safest service possible. ,I
next meeting will be at the regular 10:OO-Tate It." Leaven Theater Guild variety Hour =.
FLA. LOBSTER OYSTERS FROG LEGS time April 11. WDBO. 10.15 Take It. Leave It Theater Guild _. Variety Hour Philatelists To Meet I
"Sunday Strings" features Irish with Th People Theater Guild Variety Hour __
ballads 10:30 We. -
The Brownies met at the Scout'sLittle __ __. _
10.45 We. The Peopl Theater Guild Variety_Hour Orange County Philatelic Society -
MUSIC BY EDDIE KING SATURDAY NITE Ralph Norman'conducting the ABC String Ensemble -
House Wednesday with Mrs. 11:00: New-Feature----World Tonlte.Spls News from NBC I will hold its monthly meeting
Totten. As their project is "Birds at 12:30 p.m. from WLOF. II:IS Report UNO ___ Eddie Stones Or. Casvr Searchingrr < 8 o'clock tomorrow night at the TUNE INTB0
11:30: Music Ton Know Eddie HovardsOr. H. Russell Music
We See Every Day. they wenton WDBO S80), WLOF 112301 WOltZ- home of
H. Russell Music Mr. and Mrs. Claude L.
CABARET TAX TO GUESTS LEAVING BEFORE 9 PM. bird walk to Pleasure Beach. 6:00 Melodies --1---i News ____.__._ Sign on tt. News 11:45: Music You Know OrchNews:
6:15: Melodies __ Glory Plemsmnts Chapel In the Sky 12 00 News __ Sian Ott News Gray 1304 Spring Lake Dr Collectors 10 P.M.
Martha Thomas and Frances 6:30 Melodies Glory Pleas'nt Trio Chapel In the Sky 12.$ Music Mu by Shrednick are urged to bring exchange -
Mayo: hostesses served cookies. 6:45: Melodies _____d_ Chapel in the Sky Chapel tn the Eky 12.30 Music Francis Craig Or. I
The Women's Society of Chris- 7:00: Methodist Hour Organ Reveille News ____.______ 12.45 Music un_____ Francis Craig Or.- -material." .
'l:15 MethodISt Hour Organ Reveille __ Music h7 Sweetenpart HDO: Sign Off _____u_ News'VsuiToff :: .
tian Service met Thursday at 2:30: -'- .
CLUBPRESENTS p.m. in the parish house. Mrs. E. I
FLAMINGO W. Roe presided with Mrs. Annie ; were Mrs. Robert Greene :Mrs. Florence Totten Mrs. Annie torium Thursday when an educa- HAVANA TOURSAll i

Lee Smith having the devotional Mrs. Walker Mrs. H. W. Lesser Lee Smith. Mrs. Fred Lynch Mrs. tional film will be shown on Infantile -

Mrs. Nelson Naylor was in chargeof Mrs. paralysis. Expense From Miami
Mrs. J. W. Brudick. Robert Greene Mrs. Bean
served by the
Supper was
the program the theme being
JAY MILLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA "Children of the Church." TakingRAPETTI Mrs. Wiggins district presidentof Gilbert Mrs. Alpcrt Mrs. Potter, WSCS at the parish house Friday.

. DANCING FROM TO 2 the WSCS. was guest making Mrs. R. L. Ayers Mrs. C. J. Sweet Lanier Travel Service

.. presentation of two life memberships I Mrs. Van Til.Following .
"' EXCEPT: SATURDAY Me to Mrs. Annie Willoughby the meeting and program OFF THE RECORDFrom ORMOND A. McABEE. Mgr.

honored by the Annie Willoughby a tea was served in honorof
TRY OUR NEW CHEF DIRECT FROM CUBA FOR SPAGHETTI Circle and :Mrs. E. W. Roe president Mrs. C. J. Sweet who then observed Associated Music Center "Your Travel Agent"t
of the local society. :Mrs. B. her birthday.The 1

PHONE 5910 CLOSE ON Oa Sanfurd Sht WSCS and Mrs. Knox district Methodist Church will be sponsored -
FOR RESERVATIONS SUNDAYS 10Z9 Orlando Ave Winter Para officer of the society were remem- by the Youth Fellowship. The PAYNEThis 30 E. Pine Phone 5301

bered in a short memorial service. new youth choir under direction 1
Attending were Mrs. G. H. Pad- of Mrs. A. E. Jorgensen, with Mrs. week I would like to Introduce -

Gary DUCKS; S97 *. Orange gett. Mrs. Carrie Hogue., :Mrs. W. Hershell Stuart at the piano will the new MGM: record

SUrllBff INN Bloom Trail 3 F. Horton. Mrs. Edna Laurer, Mrs. sing, "Lift Thine Ejes" by Men- released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer i t

W. serve the same delicious foods from noon till 6 that 1f Anna Matchett Mrs. Naylor Mrs delssohnBartholdy.Mrs. Studios many of which are taken Special AnnouncementListen
you get during the evening. Charles Taylor Mrs. J. R. Stone. J. J. Wills has returned to directly from the sound track of
A ench BESSERrSDELICATESSENRESTAURANT Mrs. J. L. Sunday Mrs. Gould her home following treatment at papular movies. For Instance the

Frlcd JUMBO .SHRIMP S1.25 d : : :Mrs. Carrie Morse Mrs. Walker the Orange Memorial Hospital. -mi, THE CLOUDS ROLL BY" in every evening Monday thru
9' Manischewiti Products for :Mrs. J. W. Burdick Mrs. H. J. Robert Greene left for New Jer- album contains the songs and ,

Passover: -also meats & Poultry Lesser, Mrs. Rampy Burdick Mrs. sey on business Wednesday. artists from the Friday, at 6:05: P.M. for the Market

':h! 119 W. Church St. Tel. Z-22Z8 H. W.Lesser the Rev. and Mrs.C. Parents are urged to attend the recent movie of Quotations over WORZ 740 on
C. Blair Mrs. W. Willoughby. P-TA meeting in the school audi- same name. Judy
Garland I has : your dial l sponsored by Albert D. '

made a great Flint Industries, Exclusive Distributors t
come-back sing- II:
1 e Ing "Who." Re- : in Central Florida for the Stran ;

4 member when Steel Arch Rib Home and Stran Steel "
June Ally son ; '

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very STIRRING GOSPEL MGM also releases the latest

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"Heartaches. by Jimmy Dorsey.
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These are all good but better ones GARDING THE "STRAN STEEL ARCH RIB
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Mode fireproof CGllstrutio. Special DAILY & 2:3O NEW YORK Fred Waring and His Glee Club
Spring rates during April May, June x have a new album of SONGS OF "JUST SOUTH OF THE UNDERPASS TO MAITLAND : )
Selected clelltele. Harry R. Nosh, ManI ..w ttD1zod DEVOTION. This contains all of
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