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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: March 24, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
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Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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" I. HALF A MILLION_PEOPLE live wM.hi I tiithapiittntL I 'IN YOUR SENTINEL-STAR TODAY. 1'"'


I 75 _ilt radius of Orlaida thor I tE" be = tar! I

I which cnotcs 24 per cst of I I Srata ._- Pogo 7 Grove P.g,i 24-2S
I Florida' I livestock prodnctraa. 56 per I I Sports .. P.g.s-9 Theaters Page 24,
I eeit of its famed vegetable crop. 92 I Real Estate. Page 10 Radio Pagf 27
per ct.t of ITS citrus. j I
I 'Tis a Privilege to Live in Central Florida The World's Most Beautiful Place for Abundant Living. I_ _


NO. 714 ., ORLANDO. FLORIDA MARCH 23. 1947 .. THIRTY-SIX: PAGES
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Molotov"T Asks Weimar t President Lets Truman Orders PurgeOf I



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Charter for Germany OPA Rent,Die Sugar; Keeps Lids Reds inU.S.Jobs I




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U.S. BritishFederalizatio'n 4: GOP LEADER BACKS TRUMAN AGAIN- 0 Republicans Snarl A wfl

., Budget Peace Hopes

I Some Folks Just Can't Resist a Game of Chance All SubversivesTo
\ Gov. Dewey Throws Support WASHINGTON [UP] Pres. ,

signedthe '
Truman yesterday /
/
/

j I To Presidential Plans For death warrant of tPA _/ Be Routed

but at: the same time movedto

Plans Assailed \ Combatting Near East Reds preserve rent and sugar !

controls until Congress takes 9'fL1Nry,

"further timely action." From

Marshall Taboos ALBANY, N. Y. [UP] Gov. Dewey last night flatly en- The President signed a $179 : PayrollsClark

Reich Armed Force dorsed Pres. Truman's program of financial aid to Greece, million deficiency appropriation

declaring that its stricken people are resisting "tides of bill under which OPA will expire Told To Keep

MOSCOW [ U P ] Soviet June 30. He said however thatIt
oppression which would engulf the world. Blacklist
was not the intent of Congressto Disloyalty
Foreign Minister Molotov, March 25 Greek WarGov.
In a statement proclaiming as kill rent control and sugar price I
denouncing U. S. and British Relief Day the 1944 Republican ceilings and rationing. WASHINGTON [AP] Pres.

plans for federalization of Presidential can- I "Accordingly," he added. "I have M I Truman last night ordered. a

Germany, proposed last Caldwell 1 didate threw his '. I requested the temporary controls ,, : purge of all Government em

night that the foreign ministers support to Mr. .. administrator to continue these ployes where three are

council take the pre-HiUer Wei- Address Truman on a ; : : programs on an effective basis
Will I "reasonable d s" to
international 1 I g r 0 u n
mar constitution as a basis fora major I with the expiration that the Con-
I issue for doubt their loyalty and set upsweeping
new German'government.. ; gress will take further timely

Molotov asserted federalization. TaxpayersThe the second time) action or rent control and sugar I new standards to test It.
in six months.'." -: i His executive order effective at
an "indirect variance of plans for rationing.
first State conventionof Without men- once directed a loyalty investiL -
dismemberment would lead to But with the deadline for

the emergence of "new Bismarks the 13-year-old Florida tioning Russia or j _ action only nine days away. I I'gation" of everyone who applies
for a Job in the executive departments -
Communism directly
Inc. will -
or Hitlers. Taxpayers Assn., Senate Republicans yesterdayfailed
and agencies, where now
Britain and France immediately start tomorrow morning at Dewey Dewey to unravel the Legislativesnarl |'
said only Questionable applicants are
:
protested. the San Juan Hotel with holding up bills to extend I
approximately tested.
"Once again the Greek peopleare
Three hours after the session
rationing and other Government '
75 members expectedto bulwark sugar 1 t And Instructed the agenciesto
brave
standing as a
closed to be resumed again Tues-
allocation and priorities %
attend according to Gus W. against tides of oppression which I submit names of all employes to
Lawton president. I powers. These powers expire the FBI for check wherever this
Another Showdown would engulf the world. Our nation a
Lawton explained that the organization should and I am sure. will I i March: 31 unless renewed. has not already been done.

LAKE SUCCESS CAP The which is composed of I Mr. Truman also shifted to the Atty. Gen. Clark is ordered to

first Russian veto in six months' members ranging from individual office of the housing expediter essential -
Poll Favors Policy make a list and keep it up to date,
I
loomed yesterday in the UN Security taxpayers to representatives of NEW YORK First concrete home building functions of all subversive organizations.A .

Council as France Joined the businesses in the 1 handled the Civilian
highest !heretofore by
evidence of the attitude of U. S. person's membership in or
with Britain on a resolution State had previously held only Production Administration. .
people toward the Turkish- "sympathetic association with
finding that Albania 'hadknowledge" because the I -
regional -
get-togethers. Greco issue shows that the Truman I This was necessary one of them will be grounds for
of the laying of a will
Purpose of the Administration has won the legislation signed yesterday stamping him disloyal..nis
fatal minefield in the Corfu meeting is to I close out not only the OPA. but .
first round in the battle for pub-
blacklist is to include all
Channel off her coast Oct. 22.
hear a report also the CPA and the Office of
:1
: lic support of a policy embracing -
-rot utartan. Fascist Communist
Two British destroyers were from Hale T. Temporary Controls on June 30. '
a showdown with Commu- or subversive" : all that advocate -
damaged there with a loss of groups
Shenefield. well- islam In the Near East. The measure gives OPA a little
Gallup
44 lives and Britain seeks a ; or approve force to deny
known tax
consultant than $7 million to off
Institute last night said more pay
early their Constitutional rights;.
verdict of guilty against the So: and the persons
,viet-sponsored Tirana Govern tax committeeon returns of a poll on the question | i terminal leave obligations to I and all that seek to change the

ment. Gromyko said there was "special taxresearch" revealed a two-to-one vote favoring I employes. ; _.u. form of Government "by unconstitutional -

no basis for the charges and and to the proposed $%50 million I Meantime demands of House I 'means."

that they should be thrown out. hold a discussionon program to aid Greece. Republican leaders that $3,836 Moreover a "central master In-

I million be earmarked for tax reduction \ I:dex" was ordered set up of all perSons -
the same as sVi give them assistance with the full :
day. Secretary of State Marshall well as' to elect Caldwell support of the American people." I last' night blocked a compromise Talmadge I To Join Crusader whose loyalty has been investigated -

on a Legislative budget since Sept. 1. 1939
disclosed details of the U. 8. plant
took in
officers for the'coming year and Dewey occasion Oct. 24 I
for Germany-which amountedto, dispose of-other business. a New York speech to appeal for limiting Federal spending to $32 Va 'Ga. A White Reuse official said
I billion during fiscal 1948.A ATLANTA. (UP] Herman and without consulting the said he wondered if Harris would
a United States of Germany with' The report is described as the admission of 100,000 Jews to Pal- Talmadge Georgia Governor for I cal advisers who helped join Smith and Talmadge and that 'this will not be a witch

a constitution patterned upon the first real taxpayers" program ever joint House-S e n ate Conference two turbulent months this year, in the Governor's office. POIlU-I I "make it a triumvirate." I hunt-I eanXlpaagtae that any
Committee failed to
American one but without an (See Editorial Page 6) agree surprised political associates yes- Roy V. Harris former Dr. number of firings will
establishment &r1DJ'I I prepared for presentation to the I Ion a compromise reduction of 55 V 4 II George Long a Smith organizer great re-
or a military taxpayers. II I'billion' in Pres. Truman's $37'/i terday by confirming that he had spaker and Talmadge's campaign I and a brother of the late sult"
agreed to speak on a program this and chief advisor said
estine almost simultaneously with billion budget. The House earlier manager Louisiana King fish. Huey Long :
kind.The Gov. Millard Caldwell will be Spring sponsored by Gerald L. flatly that "Herman is not goingto I The order does not apply to the
American plan would announced that Talmadge would
preTide a similar statement from the Pres had voted for a $6 billion saving.
limited powers for the Federal the 'guest speaker at a noon T The Senate reduced it to U'2 Smith the Christian crusade K.1 make any speeches for Smith." I speak April 21 at Fort Worth.Tex. j judical or Legislative branches of
ident. /
Government emphasis upon luncheon. Other guests will be billion. I I er. I Gov. M. E. Thompson said I and on April 19;at Winnfield. La.. the Government he emphasized.
'states. rights and recognition J. Edwin Larson. State Treasurer; Because of the nature of lastnieht's Talmadge apparently made that "in the olden days people I '
..of the fact that an political Colin English State Superintendent proclamation Dewey did deal with Smith's group privately worked in triumvirate" He Continued on Page 2, Col. 7] nor does it involve changes in present -

power originates with the people of Public Instruction: Dr. Devastation Mounts I 1 security rules of the Armed

and Is subject to their control. C. H.,Donovan professor of eco- not include Turkey with Greece I I [Continued 4 CoL U]
Page ,
on
Marshall's proposal follows the Rep.nomics.Tyn University Cobb: Rep.of Alex Florida Aker-; [Continued on Page 2, Col. 1] As British Flood Big Four Rubber Army Chief Sees Wealthy Couple I

pattern set forth by former Secretary -
man; J. Tom Watson. Attorney Early Peace With The Weather
of State Byrnes at Stuttgart General: Dr. John F." Willmott. Mail Courtship Brings Waters Quit Dikes

essentials last year similar and to was the In British basic; I executive director. Dade County I Man 65 His 16th Bride LONDON rAP Flood waters Rebels ORLANDO AND! VICINITY:
Tax Foundation: and Dr. William Walkout HaltedCLEVELAND Paraguay Held for MurderDETROIT Partly cloudy,.warmer today and
plan presented to the foreign ministers Melcher. professor of business at CEDAR RAPIDS. Iowa [UP] burst last night through sand-
Friday. Rollins College. Deliveryman James F. Williams bagged dikes and spread ruin over ASUNCION I lAP CoL Federico tomorrow.

Marshall- yesterday forced an 65. disclosed yesterday he had become 25,000 acres of fertile Norfolk [UP] CIO Weddell Smith commanderinchief [ A tf ] Middle- 0
Lawton said the associationhas Federal-SUU
admission from Molotov that there a bridegroom for the 16th fenlands. LAKELAND (API
was much in common among the as Its guiding principles time. He said he needed someoneto Troops German prisoners of United Rubber Workers and of government troops fight- I aged Louis V. Thompson, Frost Warning Service forecast
I
plans of the Big Four on the future economy in government fair assessment keep bouse for him. war and fenland farmers plunged Big Four company officials I lag rebels in Northern Paraguay r
automobile
government; of Germany despite and 100 per cent collection Williams established what maybe ,I immediately into the heartbreaking I reached an agreement in a predicted yesterday that peace ;,wealthy dealer, I Increasing cloudiness and warmer

; Western demands for a Fed- believing that these a record Oct. 4, when he mar- task of attempting to plug the at 11th soon would be restored to the I and his- former secretarynow weather in Peninsular Florida
eral Government: and Russia's proposals factors would go a long way ried Mrs.Louise Parker. Cleveland I I break but there was little hope of wage dispute an i his bride of !'today. No frost danger was ex*
toward taxation hour conference here last night I I country. a-year, were
solving prob- '
for central The entire barrier
a strong gov- I I after an eight-month courtshipby success. mile-long -I I pected Tuesday.
through
ernment. lems. mail. She said she didn't knowhe was threatened. calling off a nation-wide strike Smith criticized the action of' charged yesterday with the mutilation -, \

French Foreign Minister Bidault Other speakers will be ClarenceM. had been married 15 times be- that would have cut seriously into "my comrades in the North" for I II slaying of his fjst: wife. I I' *

asserted that raising the ghost of State Comptroller Jim fore. Truck Kills Girl 10 auto production and idled 100,000rubber I I in "an '
Gay, ; workers. The deadline was participating alliance with The one-man grand Jury of Circuit Cracker Jim Sez:
the Weimar "would not
republic I
find much favor with the French Burden tax assessor of executive Orange I midnight tonight. the Communists" against the regime -,' Judge George B. Murphy indicted i i Them there stars was a way.up
County; I. W. Snyder. Mayor Indicated in Bribery Walking HighwayCHIPLEY
people." director of the Citizens Tax Committee on A union spokesman said the I of Pres. Higmio Morlnigoo. :I' Thompson and his second I in the sky last nile an thaU a
British Foreign Secretary Bevln ; J. Newt Lummis Jr.. tax I I HOT SPRINGS.Ark. [API Mayor (AP] Florida Highway settlement provided for an 11'2 wife accusing them of murder in I downrlte sartin sign that Its goin

recalled that among the danger- assessor. Dade County.Dr. I Leo P. McLaughlin political I Patrol said Joan Cecil Chit- I cents an'hour wage increase. The Radio reports from Conception, the 18-month-old hatchet killing to be clear and we aint a goin
factors of the Weimar repub- Truman C. Bigham. professor I ruler here for two decades was ty. 10. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. union originally requested a 26 rebel headquarters yesterday said to have no rain for a spell. Iffen
charged with receiving bribes and cents an hour raise then slashed the rebels 'I which was one of the most gruesome that Yankee wid-
to attack
*was the power for the Presit of economics. University of Corvin V. Chitty of Bonifay was were planning :
to suspend the constitution. Gautier Ethel I other law violations in seven ad- instantly killed yesterday when its demands to 16 cents. Asuncion. in Michigan's crime annals. der woman will
> Florida: B. R. ; '
ditional indictments returned by a I I
Knox Melcher. president of the she was struck while walking on The company offered 10 centsan The victim Lydia Thompson. take a auto ridewithmetodayl
The constitution set aside i I
by Hitler when he was took Non-Partisan League of Women county grand Jury yesterday. I| a highway by a truck driven by I II hour and refused until last Ex-Convict Confesses was backed to death in October of 1'-
powerin Mushroom hunters found herI
1945.
Paul Shirley White a Philadelphiasailor. 1m goin to showier
Voters Thomas D.J Beasley, night to negotiate further.
: I
1933. Publisher Dies in I I I body. the head almost severed. in
speaker-designate of the House of Plunge Girl 22 I I I > how purtty
Strangling
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Marshall said Soviet plans for Representatives. BALTIMORE tAP] C. Dorsey I Robert Newton Peacock 33. of The union spokesman said the I 'a lonely lane in Oakland County ItisinPionida

the future German political struc- Warfield. 49, publisher of the Bal- .I Marianna. was killed when the car agreement included "other NEW YORK (AP] Abe Ring I near Pontiac. Then the sun Is __
ture would be interpreted in America timore News Post and' Sunday hf was driving overturned near thlnga'1 34. an ex-convict who had "gone t An investigation at the time by a shinin. the ___
as a federal form of govern- 'Love Birds' Deaths American fell to his death from I i Sneads yesterday. WASHINGTON (uP] straight" for 14 years, yesterday Oakland County cleared Thompson. birds. are a sing-
ment. Called MurderSuicideLOS his 12th floor apartment yester- of the National Federation of admitted strangling red-haired A few months later his secretary in and the. ,
I Telephone Workers [Ind] said I I Norma Kotler. 22. when she I then Mrs. Helen Budnik.and is turnin grass Hit
day. 20 in Wreck a green. slut a loin
Greeks Order Martial; Law ANGELES tAPl Police last I Injured their 250,000 members have voted fought off his advances. authorities her husband. an Amy dentist. to be cold no more them winds
I night were Investigating the bullet I I II Of Seaboard Sun Queen 15,to 1 to strike in support of demands said. were divorced following which aLe: may be chilly but them Winter
Loss in
Cotton Fire
ATHENS rAP The Greek Cabinet deaths of Douglas Theodore Wiggins : Heavy for a $12 a week pay boost l Ring. a friend of the Kotler I and Thompson were married.
dodgers will be
imposed martial law throughout -, 24. a war 'veteran and his j I I LE HAVRE. France IAP1 Sixteen CAMDEN, S. C. [API A score I and other contract improvements.The family said be was "overcome I Both Thompson and his wife snow cause there is going plumb to be happy a laj.sof
.the prefecture of Laconia at, pretty bride. Gladys. 19-described thousand bales of American- of persons were injured when the union's National Policy ComI I with desire" as he was fixing a I were tight-lipped. sunshine !
rom now
the southern tip of the Greek by neighbors as a pair of "love grow cotton valued at nearly J2.- Seaboard Air Line Railway's Mi-1 I mittee will begin meeting here tomorrow lamp in the Astoria home and put "I have nothing to say." on.

tiainland last night as a result of birds"-In what detectives termeda 100.000 were destroyed here yesterday I ami-bound Sun Queen was I to consider next steps to his hands to Miss Kotler's throat son said and his wife Thomp-I,

the tense situation created by the I mwrder-suicide.. (I I in a waterfront f1MEN. -..... I wrecked at Cassat near here yes win a pay.increase. when he became. afraid she would words. The two were held TODTVIDCS
massacre of 32 Communist convicts terday. I 1 I start shouting. bond for arraignment Monday. .,-. "ec" T_. Hat 1 U *"..
I I 8.33pm ; IowlMm 2.10CmI
Friday In a Ghythion prison.Tonkiht's .!' DENOUNCED The Diesel-powered train reportedly NEW ORLEANS tUPl Angry -- i I Coca B. e$i Tidw- Huh 1 34 a m. S U
MATHEWS' MEASURE ran through a switch and CIO and AFTj Merchant Seamen I .Pm. low 304 a m130 tm.
.. plowed into a standing box car. of 'ORANGE COUNTY CAMPAIGN SUCCESSFUL h'.Iet VMn: HIsS S If a a.
Movies picketed offices the U. S. Maritime 1.3' p"" : low 1'::11 .m 2 15 Cm
I S m ..(!_ lUie 1.211. tcU 1.31
Commission and <
BEACRAU.! "Deception." 1 CO. 3 05.: 5. il StatesMarine
:
*.2*. C 30. 'White Primary' Bill/ FlayedAt Ex-Policeman Convicted Corp. here yesterday in.'
ROXT: "DeetptJon." 1:00.: 3-05.: : /8:IS, protest to transfer of an American Red Cross Fund Drive TopsQuota$56,329 I LOCAL Tciprp.ATup.ie
2S. 9)0 In I COLONY-Lab La k." 2 50. S-OS/T: :2S.CAMEO Physician Slaying I ship to foreign registry. IlI1J dpaJ Airport:
>> W. I Human Welfare Conference I which would be manned by a crew 1 Maximum T$; Minimum; SI
DENVER [ District Court
rAP A
: TJUmond Horw l>* ." : \ Donated Here f 1. a..... I" I 1 pa -0.,_ ,_ TS
.- .00. C OS. S-05. 1005. jury yesterday convicted RonaldF. j j of "shanghaied"Norwegian sailors.I 2am SOt 2pa..5.
GRAND: -Out California WV." 2:00.1 I Resolutions denouncing Sen. John E. Mathews' "white Smith. 23. former Grand Junction 3 am --- 57 I3 pa VI
4'tO. I r
7-OS. C -Rrbrlltmu I
1:00. 3 15 J,45 25. :8 10. 10 35. primary" bill and appointing a "Continuations Committee" policeman of first degree LOUISVILLEup] Pres. WaIter -I i The American Red Cross fund campaign in Orange I I : :: -- _. :: Spa 4 pm -:-: ;:
RIALTO: -The Rzoep Kd *." 1:10. ,''murder death of Dr. James P. Reuther of the CIO United I Lam 58 1 P" / '4T
in the ------- -
3:SO. 5 30 I ioBAST to work against it were unanimously adopted yesterdayat Auto Workers opened personal County topped its quota of $54,800 at 5 p.m. yesterday, Don j I. am U U _h III' T... '71;
a
GRAND -iufne- a oo 4-MI K. Mullen. 26. of Pocatello. Idaho. I... __ ___ 59' 1 5
;' 10.0; -OtaM J.mborifc-.40. .35. I IVOQUZ a meeting sponsored by the Southern Conference for I during a wild shooting affray at a drive here yesterday against Evans, fund chairman, reported, when contributions I I I... .. _hu____ 64 S pa_ u"I .$.

: "'Jr.art 3$1117." 3-10. T-1S. Human Welfare held at the Congressional Christian Churchin cocktail lounge Sept. 30. "Leftist influences" inside the reached 56329. ;,; 10 : === 57 70 10 1I..s pa _::..:..-:: $7aooa.S CIIla
10 40. 'Iiton: of Ltf..M 2 00. 6':5. 1.50 Winter Park. union. : I I I Southeasterp area headquarters of the Red Cross in i; ______ TJ' Mldaqltt Ut'sHiyoroiw
._RlYn: : : -Marco Polo _.___ _
I Both resolutions designated the portions of the State reported on]!1.Charter 5I MILWAUKEE (UP] Robert Atlanta advised the local chapter4 I I ".: ::, E
( n.50r Swissreport
j comprised'of about 250 that It the second In the
group the work of the Welfare Confer- was of the Red Cross." Evans declared.
1947Oarch1947 1 P.Service. Bus, president of CIO United of t.lltPUatart for tha 24 Sows
doctors professors ministers and i State to exceed its quota in the .
ondisa a
ence in their areas. ,Automobile Workers Local 248. "Withfent, this support we of the 11- :
f.35'7lsW; Tim $n /.! just plain citizens from all over The continuations committeewill J \said last night a membership, 1947 drive and seventh in the | campaign would never have ,tat..o. Ml 44 I._1'e; ":',) toAatvtn. $4
the State. as the "Conference to be set up as follows: five meeting today was expected to I eight Southeastern States. Atlmm*, 62 34 Mian-St PI u nI
23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Defend Democracy in Florida." j jl I members in each of the six I The campaign was termed by achieved our objective. AUBUe CKr 44Btra&tbam 33 MoCha 75 SO

1.331 Prior to the adoption of the I II Congressional districts of Florida the take deadlock"appropriate in the action"union's to break 10- I local Red Cross. officials as "the i I Evans explained that the I t.a 45 6TS6 31 32 New 5eoteem.rv Odessa 'II; $3susI 41
The Rev. Daniel C. most successful "1a"recent I 2T' 43
resolutions. 37CbVtano'sa
l to be appointed by .the month strike against Allis-Chal- years. quota was based on a budget 36 New York
I ell 32 Nerfe'k 501
Whitsett. pastor. First Methodist They pointed out. howtver. that I
chairman of the fixating and rners. established by the chapter Cb>u Sp 2S PblteiicIpkU 45
194i.ADrfl947 Church. Marianna. chairman of the elected chairmen of these six some divisions in the city and .board of directors last October. ,I CtncUniU SInmUwd 2$ PboeoU It ::
the meeting introduced a number districts to constitute a 'State w-p&.p-50 BW 'I II I county have not completed solicitation and that all additional contribution 45 72 43 30 Puutcrfh ron..ad.M" 47 41' 20J.cIsoavtII. 25
S- .s.. 'Jio. w... 'n.. ... ..s.r of speakers vho gave various committee which wvHid elect its 1 Catholic Educator Dies and that work in these raised above the present Ie..... CltF'4 37 JU...._ S3 36
views on bow the bin would be own chairman.The GRIFFIN MOBILE IAPI The Very Rev. areas will continue until the end figure are needed to meet X""T West.. '75 $4 St. Loa* M 2tIt..u.
1 2 50 70
3ISJHMM. harmful to the State and its peo dutie of these committees. Father Edward Joseph Walsh of ,of the month. the "greatly expanded veterans ftor.t M 4O 33 8 s*r.alH50> Aatw 4 55Urti. .
ple. Following this. the meetingwas will be "the canvassing of the .J'ra5zqL ,.::J' 1 I Brooklyn\president emeritus of I'I The real key to the success of and peacetime program of the LMO A55i1.5. S'S *3 $svsasaa 55 45lq,1u.
UttlctoB'i rtat. Cades for Ku.tcr opened to discussion: : ; from the I I St. John's University died here t the drive has been the generous J : 3t 33 : asatu.T mp. M TT 43Mesp5a IiI
at UM load P&1&c, Fko. UK. floor and delegates from various [Continued on Page 2. CoL 5) yesterday. i i response of -the public la support [Continued en Page 2. CoL 11 I WaridJaa "H Vie....,.* n...


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e Jed{ CrossSops Moslems Boycott .p.I" ,. [Continued From Page 1] mere It foe opening much "of' Parley pensTomorrow

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members of the Florida fraud In voting. Join Crusader
Orlando tiT::" 'C ture from their respective districts no restrictions of
\ and the arrangement of I
than
citizenship.
Harmony ParleyNEW lobbying and other activities incident [Continued From Page' 1] PHILADELPHIA lAP Ameri
:Campaign Goal 41'. 1 I to the defeat" of the bill. Dr. Edwin L. !
ca's role in UN
College: birthplace the program on
| The resolution "on primary elec- of the late Kingfish.
i [Continued From Face 1] DELHI [AP] Coinciding fI". tions" opposed "wholeheartedly "The plan Is not Talmadge said he had acceptedan educational scientific and cultural
with Moslem celebrations of 1 the unscientific irreligious and good Government. invitation from Long to speak ,!affairs will be outlined for the
Bed Cross In the Count7.ct"'It ." 4Jy un-American fallacy that Govern-I' ate a second class : I but thought it was to be at Alexandria first time at the initial session of
"Pakistan Day. the Asian relations ... I I would flout the La. : the* national conference on
was difficult. he said. "to L.y' ment can be Improved by denying on April 19 and not
establish; in the Fall the amount conference opens here today "- c to any group of citizens the right sons who are not: at Wumfield He said he had not ,I UNESCO opening here tomorrow.
weld Asia and : t! Philip Whitehead. accepted any itinerary "that The meeting described by Act
*" in an effort to to vote on the basis of race colors r eon-
M3f- funds the chapter would need i Te ican Federation of templates a in., Sec. of State Dean Acheson as
neighboring countries into an integrated ,. .; creed of economic status. speaking tour of the
Sat the coming year. As a con* It also urged legislators and the t "Labor will South with Gerald Smith or any 1 bringing together the "most com-
sequence we are asking workers social cultural and economic ''' governor "to retain primary elections the basis of one- else." | prehensive list of organizations
is meant to limit_ Smith said that ever to consult on problems of
the until group. in Florida under the Talmadge had
job every
-ti re&lent;stay on Orlando and the The Moslem League has an- : supervision and financing ontfOl.\\ power of the I been selected to speak at the first J. world peace" will ,be attended by
or nounced It win boycott the 10-day elected State Government; Edwin E. Wailer rally of his National Christian more than 1.000 delegates from
County has had an opportunity conference claiming it was organized no barriers to participation in primaries gress of Industrial R Crusade which will be devoted to'' some 500 organizations such as
"We will sink preachmg doctrine farm labor unions press
contr1bute. i the predominantly hindu because of race, color t a of anti-Com- groups
:impressing,: his appreciation for All-India by Congress party with- creed or economic status." of the rest of the 'I munism and white supremacy. ,radio. films teachers, scientists:
bill is passed Is & Talmadge musicians wome! 's clubs and
Dr. Hamilton Holt president of conference"I and his late father.
of the
league.
I
f&F: "outstanding work" of the out co-operation
In .
} Rollins College told the meeting progressive force Eugene Talmadge. based their many others.In
Met 800 volunteers including While upward of 200 delegates that "we do not need the white I J. William I political campaigns in Georgia on emphasizing. << the Importanceof
Campaign heads division leaders from two dozen countries gather primary in Florida" or in any oth- ville president the white supremacy theme and the conference Acheson
rror: workers. Evans stated that for the Initial session! Mos- ,,' er part of the United States where Committee: Smith visited the State once where termed it an entirely new and
the success of the drive was also lems throughout India, will raise '" '.. "Sen Mathews he was indirectly indorsed
by the
politicians are "trying to get r rI important experiment in the effort -
due to their "magnificent" spirit their cry for Pakistan an Independent '1 0 i; around the clear-cut: decision of I ents of the private late Talmadge. to eliminate the International -

and co-operation. Moslem State. the Supreme Court of the UnitedStates" l seek to place I II :Meanwhile the Georgia Legislature distrust-upon which war
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to the
Special tribute was paid sition to I
in the 15th I against such measures. which thrives.
The opening session I had
cone on a
Miller.
000
.following chairmen: Roy Florida people
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Pertinent from otherspeakers'
special gifts; Mrs. Louis Orr.woman's century mogul fort near the holy iK \ quotations and untold stubborn sit-down strike three "It is a basic experiment." he
,. remarks Sen. Mathers' I
{ division; Mrs. Charles Jumna River will be addressedby on will reach voting days ago when the State Supreme added. "because mutual suspicionand
bill follow
:
MacDowell Winter Park: Charles I Jawaharlal Nehru. Congress 'i, ture. Court ousted Talmadxe ignorance is one of the prime
: and Claude Wolfe busi- Party head of India's Interim GOT- The Rev. Whitsett: The Rev. George as Governor adjourned sine die difficulties hi making peace"Each
tLlmpus t of black
ernment. "The issue is not one last night without passing either
Less division; Walton McJOrdan. ..... e or white but one of First Methodist -
supremacy
an appropriations or revenue day on earth egina it
chain stores; Mrs. Stimp- "q "There is not
j son tables and thale ; Mrs. i Slayer of Mussolini/ the Leo supremacy Sheiner of Miami right. presidentof the passage:of this bill and amid bitter charges s East Cape the easternmost extremity -
{Thomas Rich hotels and apart- .. the Conference for" lieve the chances that the court was packed with of Siberia before it beginsat
Southern -
.
dents; Hershell G. Stuart county; identified as CommunistROME Human Welfare explained the if we make our I politicians.The any other place.HOUSE .

t Robert Hammond. publicity; [APJ The man who slew VICTIM OF BOSTON BLAZE RESCUED: Surrounded by firemen, provisions of the bill and stated I fundamentally 'final session of the assem-
l Brantley Burcham speakers bureau Benito Mussolini was identified by of elemental bly was marked by sharp
ready to render first aid treatment, one of a score of victims that "you cannot exclude any minority warnings MOVING
; Nelson Huber. exhibits and the Italian Communist party yes- from primaries threatens our very of election reprisals against the
and the Rev. O. R. Jack- of a flash fire which swept a five-story Boston building, is I group Before '
,
display; terday as Walter Audlsio. 37. a'' Dr. James A. Dombrowski, New I five Supreme Court Judges who ANY SIZE-ANY WHEREIn
son. Negro division. bookkeeper and Communist mem- carried away on a stretcher. One man perished and eight Orleans administrator of the Wel-'. passed a resolution voted to oust Talmadge and Install -
: First division over the top -was ber of the Anti-Fascist underground were rushed to hospitals in critical condition as the flamesswept fare Council: : Winter Park church Thompson as chief executive.One Central Florida
special gifts headed by Miller with the recommendation Dr. Louis 'Schulz. I
C. E.
located the Faneuil) Hall Market BOWER-PHONE 527W
its of S16.- through the structure, in "The bill is basic threat to
which exceeded goal that Italy award him highest a i tesy and practical couple in every three in the I
DOO by 6000. Miller stated that military honors. district. [International Soundphoto]. democracy: and Christian values. lug as hosts to the United States is childless. lUll Indian: Are. WUtcr Park

....-: 25 men on his committee were
;Veterans of World War H and
J
_
members of the AmVets chapter.
"The fact that these men gave

tmsuntingly of their time Is positive .
,
I proof of their gratitude to -.J' "
: .
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the supporters of the Red Cross ; .' ; : : '
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during the var years while they 1ICr' '.. '- ___' _. ___." ....... .
were recipient: of its wartime > : A ; '

service.veteran" Miller.declared himself: an overseas : ., :> .< ..

[( Mrs. MacDowell of the Winter
Park Division reported thai last .: 1' -
night her committee had passed I. ; : 11I4P4l :
its quota of $8.500 by 23945. .
:, Fund campaign headquarters at \
.- C .
.17 E. Washington St. were closed ,, Doorway to a Man's World '
yesterday :aftern %n. Workers *1 l -.': ..,.
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will establish offices at the chap- ,- .-.:- _; -T
ter house. 231 E. Jackson 6U until .
I the campaign Ix officially: : closed --

on March 31. \ "_,, t __, '
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;:Near East Policy

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In the forces resisting oppres-
t sion.
1-0: sources close to the Governor
1 however said he had expressed
himself strongly that the U. s.
.
must do all in its power to prevent '
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the collapse of the free countries .". -.

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IU"C loan of $100 million to :

,and Turkey was suggestedby .., ; '. l -,
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ed that Congress will fall to act ;. .r % _
i by the Mar. 31 deadline on Pres. _
.
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71-year-old Jew. Lion Tehuda .
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t 1 I
and large quantities of rubber Chiang's reasons for optimism, but I 1 r 120.000 in Federal funds while
sisal hemp and chichona bark
'Mystery7Hermit [quinine]. China ExpectsI his rising military fortunes and serving aboard the USS transportSt.
Okayed for U.S. These the sharpening U..S. attitude to-! Mihiel as disbursing officer.
a materials
have been
s wards Communism
HuntNEW bottled up within this rich: island factors.] were apparent I I I Palumbo told FBI agents ,he
for the last 19 months, I I had spent all the funds on gamb
YORK [API One of the i .J BATAVIA, Java [AP Hubertus : while the Indonesians have beenfighting Aid From U. S.I S. In an oblique reference to the
capture Wednesday of
I Yenan. ling.He
manhunta Governor I
k. strangest missing person Van Mooks acting for independence. Chinese was placed in Parish prison
in The Netherlands East Communist capital. '
this city's history centering of
The American people whose !Chiang told his Kuomintang [Government when he was unable to post suretyon
around a decayed and clutteredold promised yesterday that I I I -
NANKING CAP] Generalissimo
a $7. 00 bond.
industry can make such an important party executive committee -
continued able
Fifth Ave. manson. United States would be
I Kai-shek
yesterday for Langley Collyer. 71. obtain "large quantities" of raw s contribution to the recon- ChIang was reported reliably I that recent events showed the
to have told his lead-
party
Present the
annual of
capacity
struction of factories Communists
our destroyed could be beaten despite -
whose hermit-like existence wasan from Indonesia as soon
'I' ers yesterday that he confidently UJS, steel industry is about 91890.500 ,-
in will naturally obtain large eight years of preparations
anachronism for 38 years the Cheribon Draft Agreement !
expected financial aid from the [for net tons of Ingots and
the of New quantities of our exports. Van war against his Government.
growing signed.He
modernity Mook added. United States and that It would be I steel for castings.IF .
York. I predicted the agreement for national reconstructionand
spent
So far police had no trace of the be signed soon by officials I I Boys Given Corn not to fight the CommunistsLast Army Employe HeldIn I VITAMINS
eccentric whose crippled brother. I
The Netherlands and the [ December Pres. Truman
Homer. 75. was found dead of Republic. The pact I (Special! to The Sunday Sentinel-Star) said a united democratic China I DON'T BUCK YOU UP
Indo-I $120,000 FraudNEW
natural causes Friday in a laby- Indonesia a partnership WAUCHULA-Eleven quarts of was of "utmost importance to
rinthian pile of rubbish in their The Netherlands I Florida W-l corn were distributed try NUXATED IRON
world peace"and he hoped a half-
ORLEANS [UPI Joe
.
barricaded home. _rd a
crown. recently among as many Har- irk. rhM 7w S
billion-dollar credit to China had
Police found Homer's body Van Mook said U. S.ships would I dee County 4-H Club boys for not been endangered. None of this Palumbo. 33. of New Orelans. a .U.*-u.-. 1t .Itslu .:;$ het = '... :::1
when they forced entrance to s't a "fair share" of the raw I demonstration plantings of the money ever has been passed on to civilian employe of the Army .KlTiTro: IRO W.od> I re.* ruu*.,talhl.d'"=N..d m- t.a.Slur .
the four-story house answeringa which include an esti I crop according to Earl Rodgers. China. I Transportation Corps faced -f IRON n :,.1=>1<<.j".drt.l.. '..l" "wIIt"Ojoe 8tkk .ur .ir1.qitt.t
telephone tip. one million. tons of sugar assistant. county agent. [This dispatch did not state I charges yesterday of embezzling: '' 5.1 _eBI7 M dlnet.d.d 1aIIoL
They theorized Langley might
.be somewhere in the incredible Ill I V Vn
confusion of the big old house or .
might be wandering dazed and
overwhelmed with grief among the -

city's Police millions.with the latest methodsfor f
warfare on modem crime 1I
found themselves up against some-
thing different in the Collyer case
a strange episode with its roots in 1 I
I a long gone past. MEMPH"IS' MISS HILMA SEAY, 1947 "Maid of
The two brothers were wealthy. ceives from Secretary of Agriculture Anderson in above % I
well educated and aristocratic. Yet
they chose to isolate themselves an introductory letter to Pierre Tanguy-Pngent,
from the world. Newspapers in minister of France, as she prepares to leave for her
their home dated back for decades. tour as goodwiH envoy of U. S. cotton industry.
They were without electricity and *. *
other modem conveniences.

Langley was the only one Senator Claghorn and 4,000
known to leave the house and
then only for night shopping
,
forays. Give Cotton Maid SendOffWASHINGTON
On the front stoop of the house
were found two letters from sav- [UP] With best wishes of '
banks asking the brothers to
ings come in and collect interest on: Claghorn and 4,000 Southerners gathered in the vivid tropical scenes .
their monies. I dark-eyed Hilma Seay 1947 "Maid of Cotton," .
way to Paris today as the Southland's. envoy of

Pinellas Farms To Be fashions. on a white background

Rid of Venomous Snakes The pretty 21-year-old Memphis -

tSoecnl to The Sunday Sentinel-Starl 1 Belle got a big send-off at black net. was presented
CLEARWATER-Pinellas Coun- the annual cotton ball where she "King of Cotton. w:4v:: 7.98
ty's farms and other lands will be showed off part of the all-cotton merman of Tupelo. >
rid of poisonous snakes under a wardrobe which she will take to wore a Regal red robe
plan recently worked out betweenthe Paris and the Riviera. In fleecy white cotton. typical beariutyhtfrom an exciting new group of gay ? ,
Board of County Commissioners Proceedings at the ball were !/ prints-1 now and through a Florida
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.. Agent J. H. Logan. Claghorn [Kenny Delmar of retary of Agriculture 20.easier.
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Loyalty I I Announced for Week

PresidentTo Dally 2 p.m. program of the
(Rollins Players'Shatters 'Cathay' Solons Praise UP] Followingare acting so as to serve the Interests General as totalitarian Fascist.I: Eola Park Forum for the;week

the standards of loyalty listed of another Government In pref- Communist or subversive or as follows: Tomorrow George V.

Purge esn..Jobs by Pres. Truman last night in ordering erence the Interest of the United having adopted a policy of advocating -! Miller "City. State ,and Federal
a continuing purge of sub- States.F. the commission of acts of 'Ownership:" Tuesday the Rev.
Illusions HereRollins Payroll Purge versives in the Government: Membership in. affiliation force or violence to deny other I Herbert Kelton. "Alive In the
1. The standard for the refusalof with or sympathetic associationwith persons their rights under the I Bible Wonderland:** Wednesday
employment or the removal any foreign or domestic organization -i I Constitution of the United States Dr. F. M. Heyl "Literary Level-
Players conferred an inestimable benefit on WASHINGTON AP] Congressmen [Continued From Page 1] from employment in an executive association, movement or as seeking to alter the form of ing:" Thursday the Rev. HenryW.

Orlando and Winter Park in bringing the Chinese Cultural of both parties were quick department or agency on grounds group or combination of persons. 'Government of the United States Munger. ""Three.Years a Prisoner -
Forces. But it does cover some
designated by the Attorney I by of Japan in the Philippines;
in with praise last night for Pres. relating to loyalty shall be that I un-Constitutional means.
:Theater here to appear last night .in "An Evening Truman's "loyalty in government"order. 2.200.000 positions.On on all the evidence reasonable I' Friday Larella T e Win k 1 e.
individual basis,the order \
Cathay. .Some added that it was long an I grounds exist for belief that the "India." and Saturday open discussion. -
a marriage license
could affect everybodyin Unwed German Mother )yesterday but
Marco Polo's first evening at the court of the Great over-due and its worth would haveto conceivably person involved is disloyal to the .

Khan must have been rather like< be proved by strict enforcement.Sen. President the executive to the janitor branch in from a small the Government the United States. GI Get License To Wed I did would not be say wed.when or where they
R-Wisl]: "The real
like Wiley 2. Activities and of
this. The actors were exactly town post office.Supplemental associations i I i BOYTETermite
the people in Chinese paintings or JayCee Drive test of the President's order will appropriations for an applicant or employe which NEW YORK [API Ruth M. Miss Meyer and Rosch were forbidden -

the little men carved on lacquer be in how well it is executed"House the Civil Service Commission and may be considered in connectionwith Meyer. 23, first unwed German I to marry in Germany. He
Martin [R- and Control
boxes. Their magnificent costumes Speaker FBI probably will be asked. They the determination of disloy- I returned home last Pest
mother GI's child
to
that he of a enter Summer obtained -
were like those worn by the little Gets Off To Mass.]: "It is good to see may amount to $20 million. alty may include one or more of the United and William tit S. Main St.
rice men that travelling westerners the President] has finally awakened the following: States E.I his discharge and his fiancee -
brought bark for the children to the truth of what we have Each agency head. Mr. Truman A. Sabotage, espionage or attempts Rosch. 57, of New Rochelle. N. Y.I followed with the child he 9532

to. play with. Good StartFirst been telling him for the last few I ruled must be "personallyresponsible' or preparations thereof or ll I former master sergeant, obtained, never had seen. t tI
"
: There was a gay yellow silk curtain l years. for cleaning his knowingly associating with spiesor I
embroidered with enormous day's results of the Orlando Rep. Mundt. R.-S. D.]: "If the own house. saboteurs:
and of peach Junior Chamber of Commerce President's mandate is carried for- B. Treason sedition advocacy
phoenixes a spray The establishment of one or or or -
blossoms and a lady with flowers I 1947 membership drive ward faithfully it will tremendously of the- more "loyalty boards" in every department thereof; YOU MUST CHOOSE!
2f.-ber hair who sang sad songs were "extremely gratifying" with strengthen the security and agency was directed.Mr. C. Advocacy of revolution or
to a lovely Chinese voice.A I responses "even better that ex- United States. The President'sprogram Truman acted under pro- force or violence to alter the Con-
that
whole book would not be I pected. Cliff Cashion. president is almost precisely visions of the Hatch Act which is stitutional form of Government of .
.enough apace in which to describe stated last night.. which American the House Activities Committee has been on un-ad- designed to "prevent pernicious the United States; WORLD GOVERNMENTOR .
individuals
excellencies Heaviest competition among "
the particular
vocating for at least four years." political activity. D. Intentional unauthorized
he said, lies
thus far.
item the various
of each on program The order cited groundsfor disclosure to any person under
:but special mention must go to with Cecil Farris. Otis Lund- Sen. Ellender D-La.l]: "I'm adducing "reasonable doubt." circumstances which indicate -
:the manager who was the most quist and Jimmie Slade. However hopeful every effort will be madeto including commission of sabotageor disloyalty to the may United
beguiling and confiding of com- it was too early to compile results rid not only our Governmentbut treason advocacy of force in States of documents or Information ANOTHER WAR
,peres. :for any of the 16 teams; which are the whole country of men altering the form of Government .
of a confidential or non-
,, The combat dance from the I in a separate competition, he de- and women who are in any wise deliberate disclosure of confidential public character obtained by the with Atom Bombs and Mass DestructionCOME
with movement or
Strange Inn at the Crossroads"was clared.We connected any documents "under circumstances person making the disclosure as
are urging all of our any group whose aim is to over- "
an astonishing piece of vir- which Indicate disloyalty. a result of his employment by
workers to keep up their rood throw our form of government. official duties.
of
'tuosity. The timing was absolutely and performance the Government of the United
perfect; had it not been both work and even Increase their Sen. McCarthy [RWis.rhe in such a way as to "serve the Interests -; States; TO THE BIG : :.
'performers would,.have suffered efforts" Cashion stated. With President's order certainly is defi- of another Government hi.
manifold and serious, injuries. Mr. only one week In which to complete nitely needed now since over the preference to x x x the United. E. Performing or attempting to
Mickey Kwan's acrobatics were our drive, it is highly Important past number of years there has, Statps": perform his duties -otherwise PUBLIC MEETING'

;not only extraordinary but beautiful that every team and Individual been a tremendous number of I The President acted on the :

and in both performers every be on their toes. Communistically-inclined employes basis of a 40-page report from a TURKEYSFOR
( movement "We are proud of our reputa- on the Federal payroll."
attitude, and were perfectly "temporary commission on em- at -
controlled. tion of being the largest divisionof Rep. Cox tD-Ga 1: "That is one I ploye loyalty" but did not go as EASTER DINNER ,
The orchestral music far from our organization in the United of the smartest things he has ever Orlando
far as the commission recom- Memorial Junior School
High Auditorium
being noisy and discordant was States. he continued "and we intend done. He is acting realistically and I mended. Only 65c Lb. Dressed .,,
soft and limpid. The of to keep that record if it is is taking notice of the fact that the I Maitland Turkey Gardens
company
grave gentlemen of the orchestra. humanly possible." people of the country are arousedover i The action now comes amid Z Vt Mi. E. of 17-92 at Maitland WEDNESDAY APRIL 2nd 8:15: P; M.
Cashion urged that complete these Communists and sub- Congressional demands for a do- L. Kice-- _
in the dark clothes of well bred
results on the membership drive mestic housecleaning of Com- Phone Winter Park 1311-M ADMISSION
versives. FREE'n' -'
made with
and cultivated .
persons :::
munists in connection with the ''
be turned in regularly to Burton "We I
their instruments a picture as Rep. Rankin ID-Miss.]:
Thornal, chairman of the membership should lose time. We must get proposal for action in Greece and hear .* :;; rL
pleasing to the eye as their music :" no Turkey to contain Communist ex- .. :
committee, so that
was to the ear. prog- rid of them any way possible. 1 Rheumatic '.' ,' ..... ...
somewhat ress may be correctly evaluated There are still a lot of them on I pansion. Fight
This was a :
program
disconcerting revelation to the all during the drive. the payroll." And it follows closely upon a MERLE MIL L ERE't:
Court ruling which gives '
Supreme '''
'westerner. It was demonstrated Rep. Keefe tR-Wis.l: "I am extremely :the Government firm legal Pains Easy Way World War II Veteran, Founder and Editor of "Yank"rlt n-..
beyond all, argument that with- out the Chinese composers of happy to notice that the ,grounds for discharges on "reason- Combat War Correspondent and wroir, .
about 500 B. C. there would have President is now assuming a role able" doubt. I 1 Thousands ef sufferers nears
been no Debussy little Ravel and which many of us assumed a long x The recent Canadian pains and aches due to Rheumatism Nranlrte -
z x ,Lombsyo.Beistiea end Neuritis bsT
of some other composers precisely time ago when we were called Red espionage expose the Communist been deU hteif to discover that ins Doctor DR. EVERETT MI I NET -\' ::- iJ
formal e Ued Remind stilts circulating _
at all. Furthermore with-
FRESH BLOODA nothing baiters. Party line activities of some of the throatb '*>. aaauuall lo Immediately after Oak Ridge Atomic Scientist also _.
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out Chinese dancing there wouldbe leaders and some of the members tbo first doss, ,belpln*nature rtuioio
Russian ballet and drum poisonous wastes and excess acids that often -- --
no Doolittle RaidersTo of a Government employe organization I cans pains and soreness ...m.I STATE DEPARTMENT FILMS OF THE ATOM
majorettes only imitate what little and current disclosures of I tiros promptly eomb i""t in.atpain and BOMB'r
FOR Chinese boys have done for cen- Hold ReunionMIAMI discomfort.
MUST turies.A disloyal employes provide suf- I e-Da*Trial Offer To prore what RomMCan Sponsored by United World Federalists Florida Branch and Rollins College l Instie -
BEACH [CAP Gen. ficient evidence to convince a fair- do to help you feel Improved and bow -
great many Illusions were fast it works |*t Remind. from your druggist tute of World Government
Jimmy Doolittle's famed Tokyo minded person that a threat and kite siactly as directed.SM the results -
FREE ENERGYDo shattered last night. Raiders will hold their second an- exists,** the Loyalty Commissionsaid fat yourself. You ba the judge. Unlesssurprised
:
It was perfection.. the very "ex- nual reunion here April 19 and 20. I empty pactag and: .d and llghted your, simplreturn money bad Ste Y AMERICANS MUST TAKE THE LEAD!

tasy sauce" of culture. The thea- Co!. Charles R. Greening wrote Mr. Truman declared it of Don"nJru another bMIr wlts-
tied to .retrying .....
drag
you fed Ilk you ar a ter god. in his dance of welcome. vital importance that R
everytlms' you try to do sometning U which here yesterday. persons
0.dont let a low'blood count bold you displayed a scroll on was Greening wrote that Lt. Gen. employed in the Federal servicebe
down when you may release vibrant written Welcome Honored Doolittle now retired and about of complete -unswerving
nergy to every muscle fibre. eeU. Guests" and the honored guests
his- to the United States" and
the loyalty
hour millions of 50 airmen who performed
Every day-every -
tiny red-blood-eelis must pour forth would wish to express the deepest toric raid on Japan in 1942 from that the presence of disloyal e
tram the marrow of your bone to replace most heartfelt thanks to their entertainers the aircraft carrier Hornet, would persons is a threat to democratic
those that are worn-out. A low for an evening of unsur-
blood count may affect you In several attend the reunion. processes.
passed and unsurpassable delight.LOWEll
ways: no appetite underweight: no And the commission said that
energy. a run-down condition lack of KilledIn "it would be unrealistic to assume
resistance to Infection and disease. Six Americans not ob-
that foreign are
To get real relief you must keep tap powers I
your blood strength.Medical. authorities. Ethiopia CrackUpCAIRO taining intelligence networks in c { Bearts fQlks
by analysis of the,blood, have by positive DO YOU I II HAVE ADIPSY this country." i 19Ilgon
proof shown that BS3 Tonic is (AP] The bodies of six out ,
amazingly effective; In building up low Americans were reported last

tional blood strength anemia. This In non-organic la due to th.nutri-883 I DOODLE' ']I ? night to have been found in the Pine Castle News I .,
Tonic formula which contains special wreckage of a C-47 (Dakota] .I PINE CASTLE Girl Scouts
and potent activating Ingredients.Also. plane of the U. S. military attache. Troop 1.. met Tuesday at the it's tbJ;
you. SSS eat Tonic by )Increasing helps: you the enjoy gastric thefood here, which crashed Thursday in Scout Little House. Next Tuesday easy to lose to this one
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Foreign Dignitaries

RIDAS Registrars Close Parley; Pick GOP WomenTo 24-Hour Since 1932 Service: Systems Anywhere Installed


May Attend Air ShowMayor =J\"\"'f' 0 West Palm Beach for 47 Meetflorida Meet HereOn


. .' : State Assn. of County Supervisors of Regis- I II
Thursday
William Beardall announced, yesterday that ; tration closed the two-day annual meeting here at the

several foreign dignitaries have\ signified their intention Angebilt Hotel yesterday with the election of officers for I' Monthy meeting of the: Orlando

to attend the first annual Orlando Air Show at Municipal the coming year after setting the date of the next annual 'Women's Republican Club will beheld '

Airport Saturday and Sunday, March 29 and 30. lr BARNEY BARNES meeting as the second_weekend in June, 1948, at West at the Orange Court Hotel
THE QUESTIONWhat "I'Palm' Beach. I,at 12:30: p-m. Tuesday with Mrs. :
Steadham Acker, director of the two-day performance,
stated that $500,000 public liability do yon think about the tenant-Governor at the time of I The group went on record as 1 1C. F. Batchelder presiding according :-;
*
and $100.000 property damage insurance Georgia Supreme Court's decision Gene Tai nadge's death consequently I reaffirming a previous stand opposing -' to Josephine Wright, pub- '
had been taken out for In making M. E. Thompson he should not have been the repeal of existing laws 'licity chairman. .
the protection of spectators at the Governor of Georgia instead of seated." I regulating primaries "regardless of I Principal speaker will be Mar-
chow. Herman Talmadge i the purpose involved." garet Baker. Springfield Ohio
W The show, sponsored by the Or- h: 'Fu Ralph Ponder caretaker research Re-elected president was DeWitt who will discuss the work of the
lando AmVet Post. win begin at THE ANSWERS .studio. Maitland. "I think i I Upthegrove of Palm Beach Coun- National Federation of Women's
2 p.m. daily ending at 5 pm. I F. L. Shrewsbury sewing ma- the decision was : Republican Clubs.
Y ty.Other I I Miss Baker was a member of
Winter Park.
The Orlando performance Is chine repairman. an excellent officers named were: J.
expected to compare favorably "From the reports choice but believe Q. Boatwrlght. Suwannee County r the Ohio State Executive Committee '
of 1945 and chairman of
with the' annual National Air of the press : Herman first vice-president; Miss Hattie the fact
Show in featured performers. and radio.I think Talmadge will be Cole. Leon County second vice- finding committee which
types of planes and events Acker the Supreme elected when andIf president; :Mrs. Lourine Beal. made a survey of the State and BRINGS NATURAL GAS
said. f Court made a f...."':.,:,"::::::,, he runs for the Seminole County, secretary and ,drew campaign a blueprint which for the 1946
produced Republican
wise decision.According :: :h-# office. I never Nevin C. Perkins. Marion a -
Leron Toole. general chairmanof liked Gene Tal- County victory in the State. TO YOUR. HOME OR BUSINESSFor
I to the treasurer.
the 15 AmVet committees interpertation of madge's methods I Reservations for the luncheonmay I
rranglngt he spectacle said all be made with Mrs. Del G.
I
; 'the Georgia Constitution of running Georgia I Directors named were: Hugh
of the committee chairmen will .r M. E. .a. and Herman Carlton. 1st Congressional district Heasley or Mrs. C. E. Weldon. .
meet today at San Juan Hotel to Thompson was& promised the : Miss Sue Simpson. Zd Thursday. April 3. the club will
complete last minute details for the legal Gover- k same program district: Ben L Davis 3d district hold a dinner at the DAR Chapter FASTER COOKING
the show. nor at the death would be carried i I G. C. Luther. 4th district: House on Lucerne Circle. Those
Between 20,000 and 30,000 per- of Gene Tal- : : : Ponder out in the man- Rodney Thnrsby, 5th district planning to attend may contact SILENT SERVEL REFRIGERATION
sons are expected to attend the Mrs.: William J. Knauer or Mrs.
and Sirs. Easter L Gates, 6th
show. Toole said reporting that Gov. ner of his taking over the office district. Charles W Cutler co-chairmen. ECONOMICAL WATER HEATING
Thompson has Shrewsburystated aid of the State troopers. :
with the I j
advance ticket sales ORLANDO AIR
good.
were QUEEN: Betty
what his platform is goingto decision
The Supreme Court's Appointed to the executive'committee CLEAN SPACE HEATING
fWarren Morgan, 21-year-old be with fairness to all races came as a surprise because I were: John Dekle Boat- > Did John L Sullivan Fight
Sl"POUIIDS" "Copper" red head was chosen creeds and colors and should makea thought Herman was in for good." wright Carlton. Mrs. Gates. j With Stomach Ulcer Pains?
"
f"I LOST by the AmVets sponsors of good Governor. Thursby and Perkins. I,
I O. E. Foorakre grove caretaker. The famous heavyweight champion was Natural Gas and Co.
Appliance
Appointed to the political com- .
the Orlando Air Show to reign S. M. Clinkscaie citrus worker. Court'sdecision noted a voracious ester. Could he have
.. Longwood. The Supreme mittee were: Mrs. Beal. Dekle. J. eaten and fought as be did If be suffered
Plot.
Now Ondy I Ras queen during social activities Casselberry. "Georgia's political was just B. Mashburn and Miss Hattie .fter-e tin( pain* Don't neglect tomarn ORLANDO SANFORD
Slfas Sown Fifr and the two day event problems shouldbe and wise because Coles. or heartburn* ulcer pains burning Indigestion sensation gas bloat pains and 1249 N. Orange Ave. Fla. State Bank BIdr.

Mr D.M.Hawkins,Texwanv"One. ? I March 29 and 30.4w..w.w..w.www..w..v. solved by the Thompson is the Harry McDonald of Tampa Get other a conditions 25c box of Odes caused Tablets by excess from acid your i I Phone 4678 Phone 1252
.I wewhed ITOlba.Now 119 citizens of that legal Governorof was appointed attorney for the druitUt. Punt dose must conTinrfe or return -'
Iba.Lost veiflrt and inchea with r State with no Georgia. The decision association. j box and get DOUBLE TOCTB
debaaoa AYDS Vita Candy g j MONET .B cL _Ad*.'
.It.eduaa&.,...-Yrtapa.ar7 outside interfer- was just a Q
ar_r met be u..Ease but : RADIOS : ence. To hear simple taterpert- .
tM..i.pta Very BALDWIN rVCRSPONDPIANOS
some of the ra-
ation of the Constitution -
MM Show fessuUacrlactmical : a4xi
FAo : REFRIGERATORS t.: d i o commenta- of the \" ,.> .. ., .
: tots,conducted byKdKal .. : WASHERS : tors one would State seating the stdy Authorized Sales A Service '
doctors u.
IM tat am 14 (. Iapa.ada ".. .: think this problem man who rightfully ", Refunshinc A RepairingROBINSON"MUSIC .
psrssps.*.... !. f.w : NEED REPAIRS? ;: was of national should be 5 YEAR BONDED lNSPECTUUI & ESTIMATE
___with tb*AYDS VIWtire ....b' I co. -
For Any Make 0i scope. the Governor. I '
anrc..draw.cra era. WITHOUT CBLlGATlO
Newe..No.....No laa I CaOBARTON'S : '1- subscribe to GeneTalmadge's do not have anY- *f--t 531 N. Grant TeL CMS GUARANTEE :
*You don'ttutoutnya.at.alehrs.pofatoa.aouor butter. L ..r .::' -. platform thing against S ,
and Her-
: howFourakre
TOM lurt cut them down wtw either man.
espy.iehonia AYDS ,,,=Caadv:.yo.dincted. g You Benefit By Our 25 i Clinkscale man had prom- ever. I liked the way Gene Tal- DR. P. D. NAPIER
-. AYDS ttrmttf.. .NOW, 3O pbaae d.apply or.caIl l MRTROUD'S 0 Tears Experience : ised to carry out the same pro- madge ran the State. I base my
e i gram. Herman is a young man opinion entirely on the decisionof NERVE SPECIALIST
Next to Colony Theatre
i with energy and ambition and the 'Supreme Court."
CHIROPRACTOR
KEXAU. DRCO Winter Park 93
:
would have made a good Gover-
lOt N. Osage 2M S. Oraac
IM S. Ora>(* t..,".".".".'_...._--,-: nor." Muskrats are sold'for food in Complete X-ray Laboratory
city markets under the name of 531 Catbort St. Phone Z457C
Majeski tavern operator.San- marsh rabbit.
ford Road. "In regards to the

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IMMEDIATE DELIVERY choice.State making Therewas the Phone SSbbd

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TELEPHONE Department 41<1 I everywhere to the very ends of the world. St. Francis how he asked one of the young brothers made service the watchword of his life.It was refreshing Editor. The Sunda Sentinel-Star:
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fte Associated Press ts exchistvcly ntUIed ,a
to the use for re-publication of an Again we say the decision on the Near But are we not going to preach today?" asked 9 !I place on Jackson St. and w&s requested -
news dispatches accredited to it or not believe the brother. "We have preached." said Francis. "We We humans can gain many helpful lessons from by the owner of the house
otherwise accredited to this paper and East is a moral one and we our not to
also 'the local news published herein.WU1 have been happy in the love of God and the gloryof the animal kingdom. At a recent barnyard conven- part there. Things are getting -
rlehts for re-publication of special Congress will decide to accept the grave re His sunlight-.that is our sermon today." tion the bog was making protest to the other anI-,:' pretty bad when the city

distiches herein are also reserved. sponsibility. During these past few weeks. fay mind has mJ.lIJ:. and fowls because he 'was not 'appreciated J, the streets public.are DO We longer for thp use ef$' ,

AGE 6. MARCH 23. 1947 dwelled on two personalities in our community who like most of them. He asked the cow for an explana- j i use our cars and pay a license to be bothered in this manner.Where
t pan of
-. : have occupied a large place in the hearts of thou- tion and -the bovine replied. "I am gentle and kind j, tax Is USed for city streIs the and gasI I I is the new city parking lot? Whereare

TO DAY'S THOUGHTS THE MERRY-GO-ROUND sands of people. One was a Negro doctor who spent and give three gallons of milk per day to mymaster's see no reason why drivers should our parking meters?
j" many years in Orlando. practicing admired family." I F. S. S.
a physician.
'* : j
ThOU art worthy. O Lord. to receive glory and
and appreciated by peoples of all ranks, The hen replied. "1 present the mistress with1 CRACKER
;;&;;r and power: for thou hast created all things Congress Is Loafing classes colors and creeds. He sort of wore himselfcut fresh eggs,for the table." I POLITICS .

nd'jor i thy pleasure they are and were created.- In serving folks and the other day he found The horse explained work every day Infields the

'1ie: ;lation 4:11.: tr DREW PEARSON the gate open and slipped out to the Father's to produce the crops." I King and Lanier

WASHINGTON-Though a total of 2,635 bills House. The whole community put crepe over its "But what's wrong with me?" asked the ho?. Offer Shining
heart saddened the "Nobody loves me. I don't get pat the I
by passing of a man who had ever a on
Open heavens. living doors; let In have been Introduced In the House and 932 In the
ye your "
so completely given himself in service to his own back or a kind word. Examples of Fast
The great Creator from his work retura'd Senate it is an unfortunate fact that during the 11 And finally the horse gave him the explanation. Law-Making

ifegnificent; his six days' work, a world! weeks Congress has been in session only three The trouble with you. Hog. you have to die before If ALLEN MORRIS

Milton major measures have passed both houses. Theyare you give the master anything." TALLAHASSEE-Canny Henry

.... : excise tax extension the first deficiency bill It's a strange thing that some of us love stuff, knew by Christmas what was going Murphy to used to tneTbills
happen
possessions and power so much that we hold on to' he
wanted
Over Jordan and the CI insurance bill. it until to pass in the legislative session then 90
:7 Wings we die. But when we behold lives that are and days
Furthermore the only Congressional committee poured out in service to others and witness the more away.

WINGS OVER JORDAN, the Negro that has been really on the Job is the House gratitude of people when they have opportunity n._ The .truth. squeezed into capsule form-and *Mprt,, tn
which has been heard over Veterans Affairs Committee. head to express it to those who have given sustained I I line usuai degree or error of II> .1 --- --- --

ed by Rep. Edith Nourse Rogers of service over many it reminds that humanity broad generalizations by Sen. |
for the 10 will at years. us >
CpS, past years, appear I I Murphy is that I many means a stripped down
which has held 5
Massachusetts does set as the norm for greatness service
Tinker Field this afternoon in a program S S S\ hearings and reported one bill to to others." | .i enacting of bills| modernized! construction version of the present -
and
1ntolawlssomething not
; an entirely -
pirituals: which should meet the approval 4 raise'ceilings on on-the-job training The Salvation Army-has won the approbation of : far more I new basic law prepared by

of music lovers and church goers .5; S. allotments for war vets. This the world because it has proved its willingness to I SSI than dropping ''an outside convention
committee is also reporting a bill serve. Go Into any country on earth and there you : j an idea into the I I *
alike.The .. to increase education subsistence will find the men and women of this great organization S hopper and then I Ed Stokes has been doing some

I chorus was organized in Cleveland .. allowances for war-vet studentsin serving the people. An officer in the Salva- :. talking for its acceptance I pre-session testing of his own.
colleges and another dealingS race and whose influence extended far beyond the tion Army was talking with a great bishop of religious S S kt.S. I in com- He's trying out three proposed
61937 and soon received national recog- circle of his practice and his work his NpJ ,f i mittee on amendments to the Constitution
with veterans hospitals. among own circles who did not like the tyne of work ooiad which
nition. The music sung ,actually tells the it Here is how the rest of the people.It. which the movement was doing. S v i the problems he believes will solve come
: arising from the
"story of the American Negro through feelJIf'1nd ." (t\ I Congressional program stacks up: Is good to live in a community where a The officer said. "I don't think you approve I(. It's sidling up document.He'd present
I i Taxes-After delaying almost man Is measured according to service renderedand of the Salvation Army my Lord." The bishop replied 4 to people not like the people to decide
of
depth of understanding. Many .e" i.,. ,* two months in getting his staff the attitude of his mind and heart, where a "No. frankly I do not. But I think God ", .. ,- necessarily SCftKin& whether legislators should be paid
'ongs back to slavery days whenNro "man's a man for a' that and thaU" The j ators and Representatives $1 for
go Pearson organized. Rep. Harold Knutsonof a life does. And Indeed lie does. And an ever increas- 1 j their service or $100 a
mothers crooned them to their chil- Minnesota chairman fof' the House Ways and of this man was a sermon In deed, an incarnationof Ing number of people approve it. too. I the woods' on hunting eitherl and month tin the case of members
Means Committee finally has begun hearings on a the words "Let him that would be great, be 'S l fishing trips or over lunch tables of the House who serve for two
cfreir and the children of plantation owners. general tax bill. However it will be weeks beforea servant of aiL"When A kindly old physician passed away. Friends; I and in hotel rooms or on front years. the comparison would be

, ::l. t>ngs of sorrow, joy and faith in God tax bill will be passed-if one is passed at all. a man is going in and out of homes of went to his office to close out his affairs. On his I: porches. $1 against $2,4001.As .
people administering the healing touch, he doesn't books they discovered thousands of ,1 A good example of how to legislate -, you know Florida now pays
||3ve been arranged for use of the choral Labor-It will be at least two weeks before dollars charged its legislators $6 a day during
have to preach a formal sermon on kindness; he is off. On their heart were written the records of'I may be found in the way sessions. That's
grb'up. Their at Tinker Field the Senate Labor and Public Welfare Committee Murphy's successor; $360 usually for
appearance the personification of kindness. When i as Senator
a the
man
pours great amount of charity he had practiced. His from special sessions are exceptions to
'this'afternoon.at. 4 o'clock should attract a completes hearings and reports on the Ball labor himself out without reservation or stint he need earthly goods were few. He was not written up In bur C.the King 27th and District Highlands Sen.Coun-Wil- i the rule. [Senators serve four- tJ

large crowd. bilL Hearings have finally started in the House not wear a label marked sacrifice: he is the manifestation important journals. The world did not call him a ty's Rep. Charles E. Lanier went year terms accordingly are paid

Labor Committee, headed by Rep. Hartley of of that kind of spirit. I'd rather see a great doctor. But these admiring friends, leaving : about setting the 1945 Legislature. $720.1
sermon than hear one any day. his office, looked up at the sign over his door which to set up a State hospital at ;I Stokes I,thinks the people
Battle of Man State New Jersey. j Avon Park. .
Against read. "Dr. Jones. Upstairs. ,j 1 I should decide, once and for all.
Veterans-Though no veterans bills have passed The other person who has been much In my Taking the shingle down they moved out to' That was a project which had whether service In the Legislature
EVERY GREAT POLITICAL decision- either house. Mrs. Rogers has reported one bill and mind is a man who has Just retired after many the cemetery where the old doctor was buried, and been chewed over in the Legisla- Is to be regarded as honorary -

:: which make tomorrow's soon will have two others ready for House action. years of faithful service in the Salvation Army. finding his grave, they put the sign at the head. ture for years to no avail. I|I or compensatory and he

Ijjfjory: -finds mere man wrestling with his She has an agreement with the Senate to avoid His fellow officers came to Orlando from cities far A sign that read "Dr. Jones Upstairs." And :1 King and Lanier approached believes his amendment wouldanswer.
duplicate hearings. This is why Sen. Millikin of and near, in State and out, to do him honor to the angels saw him coming and when one of them 1 the problem differently. They I I There' been quite a bit
conscience against his physical desires and Colorado chairman of the Senate Finance Committee pay him tribute to afford him the Joy of knowing said. "He was a good man." all the angelic hosts headed out In an auto months I of agitation for Increasing the
that he is loved admired and I before thsession to visit each pay since $6 a day at present
comforts. appreciated by all
which handles veterans measures in that said. "Amen. i i
,The great decision facing this nation chamber. has arranged no hearings. of them. But his circle of admirers extended far And down on the earth where people lived who'I'! south member of of the the Suwannee Legislature' River.from hardly, some covers legislators expenses' here are pay; indeed
beyond his
Housing-After two months' delay. Sen. Taft colleagues. Leaders from all walks of life had been the beneficiaries of the healing hand of lag than that
., They sold the hospital to individuals I I more in rent alone.
t today symbolized by the Greek and Turkish in this city gathered in
has finally intrbduced his long-range housing bill- the Army Citadel in tributeto the old doctor there was an echo of the heavenly J and when the roll was

I \\oans and aid, presents a new version of, an excellent plan. Nothing tangible has been doneto this genial, humble and useful man and his beloved approbation an echo that sounded lijfe I called up here there were few amendment TheBay would.Cbuntlan's in the second

f j -age-old contest between political conscience solve the immediate housing problems though wife and later assembled about the festive Amen afid Amen. negative votes. I(: of the death of a Governor clothe event

i and desire. Sen. Tobey deserves credit for speeding up hearIngs That's what Henry Murphy the Secretary of State an elected
physical on various housing bills. WASHINGTON TREADMILLHendricks meant and that's the game at!I I official with the limited authorityof
Actually the decision which Pres. Truman Education The Senate wasted five weeks on which Gov. Spessard L. Holland Acting Governor. This authority

asks Congress to make is far broader the Lilienthal hearings but while this was goingon excelled and produced two of the )m. would enable the Government to
nothing was done in either house to head off most harmonious sessions in 'function In a perfunctory way
Tfhan the granting of loans and aid to the teachers' strikes though a number of 'lmportant His Own Diplomat Florida history from the stand-I until a special election could be

'two Near Eastern nations. The question is teacher-relief bills have been introduced. No hearings point executive of and relations between the I' held within 60 days to elect a
legislative branches. Governor. I If the Governor died
'.purely a moral one. have been scheduled by either the House Br FRANK A. KENNEDY that all those nations, with long I I I I Barrancas! reservation to advantage I 5 after the November election when
!t What Congress must decide is: Committee on Labor and Education or the Senate WASHINGTON-Rep.Hendricks histories of parliamentary gov- to round out the Naval In talking to J: Ed Stokes of S a successor Is chosen that incoming -
Committee on Labor and Public Welfare. tD.-Fla.l has no pipeline into the ernments behind them, at once I Air Station. j I Panama City who first served Bay Chief Executive would take
!I Shall the United States suport the That briefly Is the scorecard for Congress to State Department, and he doesn't will get rid of their Communistic i I I Whether any of the land ever I I County in'the House of Represen- over at once.l -
date. draw his ideas from the gentle- dictatorships will tatives in the special session of That Stokes proposal would
the
U battle for the of the one means or pass to War Assets Administration -
continuing dignity men under the top hats. but in his 1918. about this matter of
another possibly a revolution. I for disposal to private legis- eliminate the present arrangement
'{individual and fight to insure man's right Turkish Persecution: Before we ball out Turkey own fashion he daily is corralling Hendricks pointed out too. that I interests seems doubtful ac-I lating.I in advance he opined: .1 by which the President of the Sen-
should converts to President TrumansGreco the Truman pronouncement cording to the insiders. I "A man can't come over here ate and the Speaker of the House
choose the political and social forms and Greece-and this columnist believes we opposed I .-
;it fito| -we ought to do some bargaining. I TurkishS. itself to the political expan- One prospective use for the facilities -: and do anything in 60 days unless are next in the line of Gubernatorial T
Daimler which he lives. In should do some policy on both : sion of the Russian state not to i I has vanished. The Veterans )j. he has a head start, why hewon't succession. As Stokes pointed
Turkey particularly we nego-
sides of the aisle. + the spread of its ideology. Administration has declined even set acquainted with out the President of the Senate -
Obviousj j definitely -
iJu Here is the basis of the American Rev- tiating in regard to the famous Varlik Law of 1942. The DeLand : ly. no nation can fight ideas with j],I to consider the Barrancas his fellow snemberal"Stokes is selected by a majority of
This law has caused more recent legalized human Congressman's __ i bayonets. When blunt said he had traveled the 19 holdover members of the
ution. Here is the ideal which has beenet a warning ;j property for institutional purposes.The .
misery than anything in Europe save the Hitler argument goes I is issued for an aggressive nation''I hard and fast policy has been 9,000 miles in the legislative Interest Senate and that places the choiceof
: forth time and again by our American slave camps. Under It, all nonMoslelIJShris- something like S' I to come no further it must be drawn by the VA to remodel or of Bay County he saw ( a possible Governor in the
!'thinkers, statesmen and leaders. Our Congress tians. Jews.: Armenians-are forced to pay confisca- this: I heeded. Hendricks Is convinced i rehabilitate no old properties. VA that interest. since receiving the I hands of 10 men. Too. becauseof
tory arbitrary taxes or else be put in concen- The Truman I especially when the warning comes I i I hospitals and domiciliary barracks Democratic nomination last May S his expiring term. Florida does
: !,! and our people must decide whetheror tration camps.It speech was We a I I from the most powerful nation in I, from now on will be built to modem for another term in the House. not have a Speaker in five monthsout
not to continue the battle for these ideals masterpiece. the world and Is addressed to one specifications with no make- Some matters are proposed for of each 24.
sounds fantastic but Christian and Jewish should recognizethat which in actuality. Is one of the shift projects accepted. The VA the first time in the session at Last of the Stokes amendments
:end- .these goals. citizens of Turkey have been ordered to pay people the Russian sold I weakest. program already announced It which they become law. but In the would relieve the ballot of the
taxes five and ten times as great as their entire are One other circumstance should was emphasized. Is adequate to main the fate of proposed laws purely local amendments to the

'F! OUR CONGRESS decides S to make the total wealth. In other words the Varlik Law Is on because Communism.it has be noted. In the first week following meet all foreseeable actuary loads.I has been worked out before the I Constitution, putting up to the
Pres. Truman's gavel falls for the opening. The of the
I" not taxation, but confiscation. And thousands of given them a Hendricks address to the people affected county. the
,1.move: into the Near East, it should be Turkish; citizens: unable to pay, have been removed much better break than ever they Joint meeting of Senate and Rep. Rogers' discharge petition, big trick in guessing what will decision on home rule matters-
to the rockpiles of Armenia. knew under the Czars. House a bare handful of letters to force House action on his billS happen at a session is translating the consolidation for example of
:jnade
the
plain to electorate-the people and telegrams reached Florida to pay off GI terminal pay bonds what lawmakers say Into what local tax assessing and collecting

.o ..:the nation-that the decision is far The Turkish population is about 17 million. The They never have known free- Congressional offices. The complete in cash is making slow headway. they mean. agencies. The Constitution now is
non-Moslem population is only 210.000. But 80 per dom aie know it. but they lack of public response to so with serious doubts arising thatit For instance. nearly every mem- cluttered: by local amendments including
,.,broader than a loan to Greece and Turkey, cent of the money raised under the Varlik Law isS still; can remember their serf- vital a question at first amazed ever will accumulate the neces- ber of the 1947 Legislature will : long ones on county commission -
' Jlnl.the: Near Eastern oil riches. It must from the 210.000 minority. dom. j the members. They were not longin sary 218 signatures. a majority of say "yes" to the question "do you ': districts in Dade County
1 Since the Varlik Law was passed in order to I "It is a different matter in the figuring it out. however. It the House membership. l| favor a new Constitution?" but and on the inoperative city-coun
11e.ade abundantly clear that the decision countries of Eastern Europe however wasn't Indifference it wasn't in- Two factors are working against the problem there is one of defini- ; ty consolidation* "in :Duval and
for Turkish the USA
,1n ably will lead us into the far corners raise money defense can Yugoslavia. Hungary. Aus- I I attention Induced by the frivolity Rogers' petition. The Republican j tion; a "new'Constitution to!_Monrie Counties.
Quite legitimately demand that it be scrapped be- |( tria. and to a lesser degree. Romania -I of the Winter season.It I leadership is quietly putting on .I I,
;o world, wherever the individual is fore we now contribute to Turkish defense.In have known parliamentary wasn't the people's disposition the pressure lest passage of the ,

'b Ie sacrificed for the State. the Near East, unfortunately unless a nation Government, for generations: they to shru .It off as just another Rogers bill unbalance the budget THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON <
bargains before it gives it is considered a sucker i I knew freedom. Now they haven't diplomatic crisis which again and wreck their economy
is is a major assignment-an assign- 'I got it; they are under Soviet domination would blow over. plans. I'

nfPrtV: which will cost money-much money. Capital Chaff: When Cong. Fred Hartley of New and they don't like it." It was complete comprehensionof A sizable bloc Congressmen Dr. Gilroy FinclsJn'tercessoryPrayer

heavy taxes for all of It Jersey staged a cocktail party in the offices of the Having laid this predicate. Hen- the gravity of the issue, the are shying away from the petition
z7'hismeans us. t House Committee on Education and Labor which dricks: goes on: Congressmen believe-a desire to I because they believe payment now
'means sacrifices which the American peo- ; he chairmans his committee secretary. W. Manley "Evidently the President and hear the issue out. to think the would gyp the GIs. Prices of goodsare Great Fellowship Bond
his top advisers have recognizedthis issue through and when all the high and quality is none too
ple never before have been called to Immediately followed suit for lesser
Sheppard. :
upon setup. Coupled with the crucial I facts were down on the barrel- dependable. If helduntil maturity. Scripture: The 17th Chapter of St. John
make. It means that, unless Russia stops fry. Sheppard staged a cocktail party in room 429 I time element. the buttressingof head, to reach a mature judgment. it is argued that the money prob-I I If WILLIAM L GILROY, D. D.
its foolishness :! of the House Office Building for Congressional Greece and Turkey instantlyand I ably would buy twice: as much
sometime soon, eventually secretaries and clerks. Liquor is banned in the aggressively. becomes the only Historic old Ft. Barrancas at goods and services. The dictionary defines intercession as "a prayer or.

years hence perhaps-we will have to fight I!, House and Senate restaurants. |j I way out for us ,and for lasting i Pcnsacola. which hasn't fired a I This argument sits none too series of prayers for persons of different conditions."
There's no danger of war. hostile shot since the War Between well with the CIa, who happen
peace. jI j i I Following the solemn conversations of Jesus with His
again for our ideals and our way of life. The Army was hard up for pencils the other I
I ,
c H Russia Is gutted and ravaged her the States may go on the to be broke and Jobless now-
The future day and flew 200.000 of them [2 tons of pencils I! disciples on the eye of His death, recorded in chapters 14
block
prospect is unpleasant and un- i manpower decimated and besides : auction soon-or at least but just the same It l I. keeping
comfortable. from an Army depot in Gadsden. Ala. The Army I there's the atom bomb." the joint Harbor Defense Board is I I signatures off the petition to 16 of John's Gosoel.- Jesus "lifted up His eyes to heaven"and
claimed the pencils were needed In a hurry. The Congressman concluded I considering the possibility. A minority Republican bloc- made the prayer recorded in<
These newspapers have said before and j I with this clincher: The Ft. Barrancas docket now I and it slowly is gaining recruitsis the 17th"Chapter. not-
of the tells friends hedoesn't was a vague, general and
Secretary Treasury Snyder
say again that wars make strange bedfel- "All we have to do is hold a is under active review by the Harbor swinging to Rogers' own argu. Though this is the onlY Ion [sentimental prayer for all humanity.
regard the Republican victory last November -J: shield over Greece and Turkey Board. According to the grapevine ment. The Ft. Lauderdale Congressman intercessory prayer recorded. It
lows. The "
"I
of all international for them. He
strangest as a defeat for him. but rather for certain New Pray said. 1
until the peace treaties with Austria -, it definitely will be declared contends the terminal was not the only intercessory "
not for the world.
bedroom scenes was the spectacle of the Deal leaders who led Truman astray. When he Hungary. Bulgaria. and Romania surplus to the needs of the War pay bonds are carried by the prayer of Jesiis. We may recall His the pray world and sent His God loved
United States, founded by individuals for says this Snyder looks in the direction of Bob are ratified.All Department. though there is some Treasury Department part of words 'to' Peter: "Simon. Simon I the world to save it. Son- Into
individuals and their liberties, bedded Hannegan. whom he 'hates. of those treaties. except evidence that the- Army wants to the national debt. and that to retire satan hath desired to have thee I. But here were the
down with totalitarian Russia where individual Belated Recognition Department: Legion of Austria's, have time limits for retain most of the real estate. 5 them optionally for cash that he may sift thee as wheat; Twelve though one'was men a the
Merit to Charlie Clark for meritorious :work with i the occupation: forces. Equally reliable Information I! would. in fact amount to a directreduction but I have prayed for thee that through whom the traitor
life and liberty are nothing.We the old Truman Committee. : "When the Russian armies go arrests that the Navy Department of outstanding thy faith fail not." We may be Jesus was to be carried ministry of .JIi.
joined one dictator to crush other home. it Is reasonable to assume I could use a portion of the I ment obligations. Govern-I sure that as Jesus prayed for Peter salvation was to come to the on. If "-

dictators. Perhaps it was -wrong. We don't I Government-Owned Telegraph?: Members of -- He prayed for the others also. In I it was to come through them.world And
think so. However it is to believeour '! I II I fact His'life was one long prayer shortly. Jesus was to give
wrong the Federal Communications Commission gave Social Security State Official to Speak Social Workers for other and In the "Lord's them
the commission to into
go all
own propaganda-the whitewash we some highly significant testimony before a secret Prayer" He taught us each and all I II the
gave our totalitarian ally when we were session of the House Interstate and Commerce I'!I Jobs Exams Set Before County TB GroupDr. To Meet Tomorrow I i I I to make intercession for outselves. 'I knew world that and preach they would the Gospel.face hardship He

fighting our totalitarian enemies. When the Commission the other day. It dealt with Western :I C. M. Sharp director of the I I I I l I Bat the prayer that John records and persecution; so He -
Union and the I I Social Security Administration. .division Monthly meeting of the Central prayed
necessity for sleeping with a totalitarian I possibility of Government owner- of tuberculosis. State < is intercessory in form as for them. that they might be
; I Atlanta announces open competitive S Board of Health, will discuss state Florida Federation I of Social well as in spirit and it Is a I I sanctified and made strong.
there ship.FCC
government passed
was no excuse Commissioner Ray Wakefield explained to examinations for probational and county programs with the Workers will be held at the YMCAat model for our intercessory prayj j i 1 And He knew that when they
for our continuing the liaison via the Yalta Congressmen the serious financial difficulties off( appointment to the positions of Medical Advisory Committee of 12:15 p.m. tomorrow Mrs. ers. I I r FI i had passed on other disciples must

agreements, which handed millions of Western Union and frankly Indicated that the field assistant and claims assistant the and Orance Health County Tuberculosis 1 Georgia Hammond. home service S, For whom did Jesus pray? And I, continue the work

Europeans over to a dictatorship. Our operation of the telegraph company by the Post for duty In the field officesof meeting in the Assn.associations at a special officeat '1"secretary of the Orange County for what did He pray? I So He prayed not for them
conscience deafened the Office I' S" He prayed first of an. for Himelf. alone, but for all who should be
was by boomingguns Department may be the only 6Olution.I the Bureau of Old-Age and 7:30 p.m. tomorrow. See. Madge I Chapter of the American Red I -
here
Is.not that the of]
of victory and the roaring rivers of I I"estern'1nion I Survivors Bartlett announced yesterday. I If I I and '' beginning S thrCqh the wod
Even the It per cent rate Increase granted Insurance. Social Security Cross president of the federa- :true intercessory prayer? Not that| Tbat means. for ware
The i 1 I
enemy blood. \\ last Fall has not put the companyon ,I Administration. Federal' special conference was tion. announced yesterday. '"it is in any respect selfish but the a part of that Gospel succession -
a sound operating basis Wakefield explained *' Security Agency. 1 called chairman by Dr. Frank D. Gray. ]': Dodd Pace area director of the I II first function of prayer is to brine,I in which the faith has been

TODAY WE must decide and further rate Increases would probably divert I' Florida.The positions Alabama.are located In i I committee.of the local advisory j I Florida Vocational and Rehabilitation of the I I'I us near to God and to prepare and, handed down from generation t
whether to Georgia, Department president strengthen generation. The
SO more business to air maiL J.I1s-I I I us for the doing of His I intercessory prayer
sissippi. South Social Work. .
a marriage of convenience or Carolina and I State Conference of will. Next in the intercessory peU- of Jesus is fo us.

serve notice on the gross female of force FC Chairman Charles Denny told Congressmenthat nessee prescribed Veterans preferences.will be given Hungerford Singers I'State will speak conference.In on the. history of the tions is the prayer for those near-i i Someone has prayed, and Is
his commission would like to study the entire Application us In the doing of Gods praying for
and To prayilag
coercion that the honeymoon is over. cards may be obtained from Give Concert Today t.to ) Ae-0
for
Western Union
structure. He estimated-that about
We believe our Congress and our people (370,000 mIght be needed for a thorough investi-I I the Administration first in Atlanta or II I" Hungerford Singers will cite a Eatomllle. The public will also will.Note how definite and specificwas l prayer is. or may Itc,

iUdecide. <: that our ideals are too precious gation. any Office.. or second class Post concert at 4 p.m. today at Wash-I j i be given an opportunity to inspect i I the prayer of Jesus for His strengthening bond of duiiUAUe. .
..- llngton Hall on the school campus I I I.the new buildings at that Uma I inner circle of disciples. HU prayer m -

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I Orlando, Florida, March 23, 1947 \lIi t s-unl1ag rnttnrl-fi Page 7
Cabinet Gets
Auction Prices for Citrus
,
I
New Airline
Institution Bids a : Caldwell Hits


Show Gains During Week I I' Opening Set

TALLAHASSEE lAP] Contrac- Cost EstimateTALLAHASSEE For
-
tors bid again yesterday on major Tuesday
projects at State institutions
but their estimates varied little LAP GOT. : Daily airline service will be Inaugurated -
-- -_._._----- from earlier bids rejected by the Tuesday for Sanford
Caldwell said R. H. Gore
Competing Fruit Cabinet as "exorbitant. yesterday DeLand Palatka and St. Augustine -
1 r LACK OF AGREEMENT CITED Projects included the Univer- of Fort Lauderdale apparently did by Florida Airways. -
j sity of Florida's proposed audi- not consider cost of operating a' Officials of the company,-

torium-gymnasium, designed to teaching hospital and a school for I'I aboard the first flight, wfil be

% Supplies Decline :: I Industry Group Plans physical house athletics.the education The institution's Cabinet health college has -allocated and of- a + nurses a year when would he be said required only $250,000 for a I I greeted leaden representatives.postal at the express airports and by press civic


$1,250,000 for the building., State Medical School. I Four flights daily, on which pas'
[Socciol to The Sundoy Sentinel-Star] \: Avoidance of Unified Best previous bid was $1,700.000. Answering Caldwell statement, sengers mail and express will be

\.... NEW YORK .- Citrus prices and yesterday's lowest estimated that it would require $15 million 1 carried, are planned. Two flights
showed gains during the past submitted by George D. AuchterCo. daily from Orlando to Jacksonville -
week and all classes of citrus fruit .. of Jacksonville was $1.678- to build a medical college and $1.I II with intermediate stops at
closed substantially higher than \ Legislative Program 404. million a year for operation. Gore 1 Sanford. DeLand. Palatka and St.

the previous week it was reported University Pres. John J. Tig- wrote Caldwell he did not believe Augustine I I will connect these cit-

here. Ir JACK GURNETT ert said the present gymnasiumis I the cost would exceed $250000 a II ) ies with all points where airlinesi
Offerings were slightly lighter, Our Own Staff CorresoondentJ inferior to many high school year. i i i fly. The remaining two flights
i but one of the chief considerationswas WINTER HAVEN-While individual members of the facilities and "students and faculty I Gore member of the Florida from Jacksonville to Orlando ofi --
the high price of competingfruit that Medical Education Committee and i fer connections to major cities in.
bit
Florida Legislature are champing at the insisting alike are ashamed and humiliated I{
of all kinds. Domestic apples Centraland
southern Florida. Cuba.
it." publisher of the Fort Lauderdale
and pears have been disappearing I Florida citrus groups come up with some sort of legislative He added by it "definitely militates Daily News said he had checked I I South America.

rapidly and the movement from I program, there is a movement on foot within the industry against securing good athletes for medical college appropriations for

storage during January and Feb- t to "stay away from the 1947 Legislature because we are I our sports teams." 1946 and 1947 in 12 States and,i Editors Complete
ruary was tremendous. dealers report getting along pretty well as it is." Low bid of $1.171.600 was sub- That in "no case" does the appro-
changing these fruits from a Many leaders in the industry mitted by J. A. Jones Construction priation equal the Governor's figure Plans for MeetingMIAMI
surnlus to position. .
a deficiency j feel that sooner or later there Co._of Charlotte. N. C., on I,
Since March 1 they have moved I 'I FormsPromotion In his letter to Gore. Caldwell IAP1 Plans were com-
must be some realignment of the Howey an addition to the university library -
just as fast as they did earlier in interior grades for Florida citrus for which $910,000 has been said "I would not be interested in plete yesterday for the joint session -
the Winter indicating an early especially for early oranges--but I slated. The estimate was over the any school of secondary stand- of the Associated Dailies or
cleanup of supplies and a very ard. Florida and Associated Press
they claim that not sufficient Information best previous bid. also submittedby the
market. .
tight has been obtained to Staff J. A. Jones, of $1,132,000.A Assn. of Florida at Tallahassee
Strawberries at both Pant
low bid of $79,240 was receivedfor next Friday Saturday and Sun-
City and Starke have been set prepare properly schedules on ma- Citrus ShipmentsOff
day. .
adding to the university'sdairy
turity. This study was started last
back and reduced much by
so Robert W. Bentley of the Bradenton -
eold that very few are getting Fall when the early oranges beganto [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] products laboratory for 190,000 Boxes
Herald. president of the Associated -.
which the Cabinet has allocated
t the Northern markets. Similar mature, but it is believed by HOWEY-IN-THE-HILLS-Con-
conditions prevailed In Louisiana many there should be three to vinced that increasing production $43,000 and best previous bid was WINTER HAVEN lAP] This Dailies and Lee Hills
president of the AP reported -
and that section is two four years' study-something on of Florida citrus calls for dras- $79.940. week's citrus shipments as reported group.
weeks behind schedule. A shortage which averages can be based. tically revised ideas on merchandising Cost of a livestock barn and by the State Citrus Inspection 80 advance reservations indicated -

of some 40 or 50 can of ber- Not long ago the Florida Cit- the W. J. Howey Co. here, exhibit building at the university Bureau totaled 1007.207 boxes Governor a record Caldwell attendance.members of
ries daily means considerable In rus Commission refused to turnover has announced a merchandising was put at $178,500. $75,00 against 1198.499 boxes last week i
his and win
It to the marketing control staff with head- was allocated for it. This weeks shipments were cabinet legislators
the citrus deal at this period. and dealer service I
meet with the editors Saturday
Is thought. committees a compilation of quarters in Pittsburgh center of Meanwhile in Gainesville, State 219.912 boxes of grapefruit: 783- i,
South American fruits and data collected early this season the territory receiving most of the Sen. W. A. Shands urged immediate -i ..-,'t .,. 000 of oranges, and 3,295 of tan- afternoon for a disccussion of

Puerto Rican pineapples are com- arguing that it was not complete firm's "Life Guard" brand can construction of needed build- I > -".... '';'' -, i."i, '" I I gerines. Last week's were 213,862 State executive problems.director.Kent will Cooper.be principal AP-
ing along in fully normal quanti- and should not be used for ned juices. ings at State institutions despitethe -- ""- boxes of grapefruit 977,215 of oranges -
ties and. in fact heavier than in setting up grade standards. present high labor and material I MISS NORMA.SCHULTZ of Tavares pets the deer on display and 7422 of tangerines speaker Saturday night at a

the war years..but not enough to However the fight to get this The Its head.company G. B. has Dickenson employedas for costs. I'I m the Game and Fresh Water Commission exhibit at the Flor-.I Season's totals were 5.949.421 dinner.
make up other shortages Duringthe information for the control groupsis I "The immediate necessity out- boxes of grapefruit. 19.110,440 of
past week very high prices not at an end it was indicated. eight years division manager in weighs any thought of delay for ida Sportsmen's Exposition, Eustis, which ended yesterday, Ed oranges and 3,453.055 for 27,512.- A CASH LOAN
were obtained for South American Another effort will be made at the charge of dealer service pro- more favorable times." the Gaines- I Richey, game warden is holding the deer. j 916 box s.'LeesburQ.
fruits. April meeting of the commission.At motional and merchandising ville Senator declared.
When all of the competing fruits Frostproof yesterday. Latt work for the Florida Citrus i Aviation will give

are expensive the public turns Maxcy. prominent grower-ship- Commission at Pittsburgh. | Flower Judging Chamber Cites Problems I :

back to citrus which looks like a per-canner commission member Dickenson one of the oldest men Center To Open 0 a
by comparison dealers ex- and one of the two men on its j' I you
buy in point of service ,on the commission School Scheduled [Soeeral to The Sundoy,Sentinel SforJLEESBTJRO
plain. While this has aided citrus legislative committee. said he did staff will assume his new lift
prices some there is still more not think there would be a unified duties April 1. [Special to The Sunday Sentinel Star] I' Walter Holland's-Hal Hoover and
aviation
f value in it than in other fruits program for the lawmakers this In discussing the new merchan- I TAMPA A flower judging'Posed by State's Growth I on Lake Griffin new here will center be- 1 -

they say.Furthermore.the damage year-and strongly advocated dising plan. C. V. Griffin presi- school will begin here Thursday formally opened to the public to-
in Florida was great enough so "staying away from the Legisla- dent of the Howey firm said ,sponsored by the Tampa Federa- : I dav
shipments are being kept well under ture this '' JACKSONVILLE [AP] Florida's in
year. "merchandising is an essential' tion of Garden Clubs in cooperation rapid development The center has facilities for both
control and it looks as if therket Maxcy and at least one other factor in moving big production. with the National 'CoXmcil of the past 65 years places the State in a favored position, sea and land planes. It has an
would go along in good prominent member of the commission and that it was hoped that the State Garden Clubs
forth for immediate solution 1.800-foot hard-surfaced
and
"yet brings problems runway
e for the next two weeks at C. C. Commander general I COMPARE OUR RATES
field staff would be increased to The school will be conducted by
and two other clear approaches as
i consideration if the State to continue to forward
t. manager.of the Florida Citrus Exchange five or six men. all covering the j I Miss Dorothy Biddle Pleasant- is go in well as two hangars and several rou ...tIIII ...- 75 taGO
titles of Florida oranges and on the FCC legislative territory roughly bounded byWashington ville. N. Y. one of the leading lecturers like fashion in the future" the Research and Industrial Di-\offices. U- u_ -

uth Thursday totaled 209 group are convinced the industry and Boston j:I in the United States on vision of the Florida State Cham-I,. I ,I SIOO $7.7. S 9.46
i against 223 for the previous cannot get the necessary unity to Explaining that his firm tried flowers. She is editor of the Flower ber of Commerce said yesterday. 250
mparable period. At the close go to the Legislature with a com- to concentrate its sales in a "com-I I Grower and past editor of the "What has been done in the GUS MADDENS I sis0 11.67 le,1I
: $%00 15.47 1..11 or more
era were mostly Ui-$6.1S prehensive program, they said. paratively small area" Griffin said Garden Digest. She will be assisted development of 'pioneer' Florida 'Glades Flood REFRIGERATION
inst $2-25-$5 week aco.D $300 'JfIS 77.57F"
$ a "Some people think the industry setting up of a field staff to pro- I I by Mrs. Maude Jacobs since the building of the railroadsin
i advance of 60 cents to $1 per just has to go to Tallahassee mote one brand is "somewhat of a South Carrollton, Ky.. who will the 1880's is no more astound- SERVICE c---... Auto
s In a week. Gains were gen- with a 'program'," Maxey new departure for the Florida i I speak. ing I II than what can be done today fn..dlyern, .. PersonalLoxnmeuial

_ral on all classes. haven said. "But I believe that if we citrus industry but following a The school is the first accredited with the opportunity for Intensified Survey BeginsWEST I Domestic and r.mmerclabDON'T
(California Navel supplies FISS
held at moderate levelsd stay away from Tallahassee and pattern already laid down by the one ever to be held on the West development which con- PHONE GUSPROMPTEFFICIENT FONE 7726
very this week. give ourselves a chance to really I manufacturers of many foodstuffs -I I Coast. Two courses will be offered fronts us at present the bureau Ltuut '
ut without prices were imposing stronger gains How- find out what we want, then we I ." to those wishing to become said PALM BEACH rAP A REASONABLE JAOA:;
can get it without trouble." Dickenson and the men to be accredited flower judges. It will "The population of Florida is 223 MAGNOLIA AVENUE iNcorsoaarso _
this fruit is already at fairly
lever,
representative of the United States
high levels. Sales through Thursday Some months ago there was an employed later will concentrate on be held at the Federated Clubs increasing: faster than any other ORLANDO. FLORIDA '\ 537 N. Orange Ave.
{ totaled 60 cars against 65 to indication of a campaign to get selling and merchandising "Life Bid?,. 809 Horatio St. Tampa. State's. Researchers predict the Engineers was reported en route Backed by 20 Years Experience I'
Phone 7181
[ the same date a week ago. Average increases in citrus advertising Guard" canned juices aiding retailers I I State will have a population of to the Everglades to study flood
was $6.07 per box against I" taxes but as far as could be learn- I, in setting up displays and Auto Crash Near approximately five million within \conditions yesterday after high i
comparable ed last night there is no plan to special merchandising events to the next 10 to 15 years.
S76 eriod.for Shipments a previous continue mod- push the issue this year. reach the customer at the point of Cocoa Hurts Eight i "The per capita income of I water caused the big! sugar mill at RADIO REPAIRING
Clewiston to suspend operations
sale. I' Floridians 1,005, is the highestin
erate. [Soeciol to T> Sunday Sentinel Starl
Florida grapefruit made big House Education the South and only $150 below Friday and yesterday.
r Griffin said that his firm is COCOA-Eight persons were I
gains during the past week with now advertising "Life Guard" I{hurt although none seriously yes- the National average not The United States Sugar Corp. 6 OUR WORK FULLY GUARANTEED'
prices up fully $1 in spots. Heav- Committee Named brand In 526 newspapen with a terday when a parked 1942 Pack- the result of war inflation buta plant, capable of turning out r TO YOUR SATISFACTION
iest advances came Thursday. substantial annual appropriation ard sedan driven by Mrs. Billy trend initiated back in the 150,000 pounds of raw-sujar
Texas grapefruit supplies are I TALLAHASSEE TAP! Seventeen -using a "straight brand" Pnndle. 19. headed north on the i I 20's."Deposits. in 21 hours was reported readyto LOWEST SERVICE CHARGE
decreasing right along and only. members of the 1947 Florida Houseto approach running the copy on Cocoa Beach Rd. and a 1938 Ford in Florida banks have resume grinding operationslate
Can Associated S30t Wiea IB Need of Radio or Phono Repairs
five cars were offered through serve with Chm Neil McMullenof the same days that chain stores sedan operated by Lyle B. Giddle. grown at a greater rate 1652 per yesterday. Flood conditions
Thursday against 11 the week be- Hillsborough County on the carry weekend advertising. 26. sailor stationed at the Banana cent than in any like region in prevented cot cane from reaching 143 ASSOCIATED STORES P:3"E
fore. Education "A" Committee were River Air Station. collided six miles, the last 10 years. Business indi- the mill.Senator ORANGE
announced yesterday by''Speaker "We are convinced here at south of the BRNAS. cators show Florida business activity -
Thomas Beasley. Howey that 'smart merchandising',I The injured included Ens. L. o continuously in the lead or Pepper informed the
RADIO SERVICE Rep. Botts G. Tapper of Gulf is the answer to the individual Lohaus. Corp. Forrest Skinner very near the top of all the States. Everglades drainage board and the -
BOMB AUTO County was named vice-chairman, processor's problems of the future. I (Marine Corps, Corp. H. W. "It is very well to recount past Palm Beach County resources de- Complete, line of
Expert record changer service work<< and other members include: \If he will establish his brand as Grisms, Pvt R. Hall I Marine achievements but how these advantages I jvelopment board that as a result Hospital and Sick Room Supplies
guaranteed Pickup and Deliver. Reps. Botts of Escambia. Bryanof one of quality stick to the highest Corps], and J. L. Qumtanalla. a are utilized by the peoplefor ,of their plea to "save the Ever- I
Marion. Burned of Baker. Car- possible quality watch his distribution sailor all passengers: in the Giddle continued and increased pros- 'f glades.: the chief of engineers for i. Trusses Supports CrutchesWheel I
Economy Auto Supply Store raway of Leon. Carter of Alachua.I and keep brokers and I I machine and personnel at the perity is infinitely more important."For Ifederal flood control had arrangedi I
ZU S. On.,. AT*. P o.. (443 Collins of Sarasota. McClure of I dealers stocked-but not over- I BRNAS according to Patrolman example our physical I i a study of high water conditions Chairs and Hospital Beds
Plnellas. McKenzie of Levy Melvinof j stocked-and then do a Job of pro- Harrison. plant [all those facilities mod- around Lake Okeechobee.
Santa Rosa. Morrow of Palm I motion he will find the answerto I ern States and municipalities I and Rentals

lEU Y.Springfie'dTIRIS' Beach Murray of Polk. Celkers of most of his troubles. Six Orlandoans Get provide for common or publicuse Florida Gasoline '1iiC Jffio/rytton Q t C -
Dade; Rowell of Maryin. Simpson : "We have found through long ] is run down at the heels or III IIISales I

I of Jefferson Walton of Browardand experience that no one is going to I Teacher Certificates too small. Highways utilities Usage Shows Drop ... tt05PfTA&,.Ptn1fCIANS saewo.ATOtr lttPI I
Wotitzky of Charlotte. do our selling job-we have to take hospitals, schools institutions of 5UIPUG....
[Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] TALLAHASSEE API) Consumption -
care of that ourselves. The advertising correction prisons public housing I
I of by Florida motorists I .
TALLAHASSEE The State gasoline /.dsoi6. r/fu.r; QFtmfr
places of
Sikes To SpeakTALLAHASSEE done by the Florida I I amusement
'
Rayon in 6.50 and Over Citrus Commission accomplishes Department of Education Issued need attention. Linked witheach dropped slightly in February I, 329 No. orange Orlando Phone 7253 Z-42SO
TAPJ Rep Rob- 318 teacher certificates during but .monthly usage still con-
Real Rubber Friction Stock I certain things-but when it comes of these are questions of tinued far above that of I
ert P. Sikes of Florida will be February according to figures re- a year
to brands i conservation of both human
then that's the canner's and
principal speaker at a district I leased by Supt. of Public Instruc- ;" material ago. Comp Clarence M. Gay an
) LIBERAL TRADEINHEHATTEMESIIE meeting of Veterans of Foreign individual problem"Advance tion Colin English this week. 1 I "At the resources.ends of three 'nounced yesterday.

Wars here March 31. English said six residents of Orlando I Floridians have felt wars. i Gay said the State collected
I
a moment of
: Payments Set received certificates. Theyare adjustment then have ,$3.625,299 in taxes from the sale
The good old name of Smith is PASS-A-GRILLE rAP Colleges: : but haphazardly.pushed forward of 51,789.996 gallons of gasoline in I I

EARL'S SUNOCO SERVICE said to be a British family name and universities where veterans are Graduate certificate. Mrs. Eu- the end of the fourth and Now at February. January sales totaled t .

ZU F.. South Ph. 4774 meaning "an iron worker or training under the Servicemen'Readjustment sI lalia Dardes Atkins and Miss Dor- we cannot sit and greatestwar watch 53.934.702 gallons compared with i e
smith." I Act obtain Louise Wilson 44.198,315 gallons in February.
now may othy : provisional {i I things happen. Our developmentcan
advance payment from the Vet- certificates. Mrs. Mataileen Larkin 1946.
no longer be in the
erans Administration for tuition Ramsdell. Theodore Fred Weiden-i pioneer \ MG
sense extensive but rather Inten-
KEEP
r 1 and other charges. H. F. Dicken- beck. Miss Ethel Mildred Nelson:
sive improvement"Corof
,
sheets. VA regional manager reported temporary certificates Mrs. Laura !

; yesterday. McCall Craig. i iI I / Cucumber kSL.IH.OHI


I Shipping To Begin I
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//1 1 1r continues to be favorable. '
Good prices are anticipated for from him who guards his eyes by not seeing,

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,.. f ] e i > Delay bushel grown by Cleve Merritt.I ,.,.'
Jfs brought of is it to lie assumed that laziness is healthful,
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s
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:Page 8 alit frmtfcm &rnltnfl-&tar Orlando, Florida, March 23, 1947

: Nats to Face 1 1i Billy Talbert

By BOB HAYES I

Big Buck Newsom, colorful and loquacious veteran :ova a a I Cards Red Sox Upsets Mulloy

right-hander of the Nats, holds in just high esteem 'the vsayt ling. ;

athletic prowess of Mildred [Babe] Didrickson'Zaharias.Ole I Detroit Tigers r, ': ,1C',,

Bobo was following the Babe at Dubsdread Friday i : ;+. Fry in Finals

when she scored her hole-in-one on the 12th, a water holeof Rule Favorites
MIAMI UP] Fifth-seeded Billy

about 140-yards. Here Today Talbert staged the first upset of
"Most people co to pieces after shooting a hole-in-one." Bobo

. 'observed. But not the Babe. All she did was step op to the 13th 47 the University of Miami Tennis

tee and sock that ball about 295 yards. ly 101 HAYES :* y Againinr Tournament yesterday with a

"I think she's the greatest woman athlete in the world." he [The Sunday Sentinel-Star Sports Editor semi-final win over Miami's Davis ,

opined. Following up a 4-1 victory over ST. LOUIS [API The St. Louis Cup player Gardner Mulloy. .Iit

Bobo said back: in 1931. when he was pitching for Little Rock: in the Cincinnati Reds yesterday the Cardinals and the Boston Red Sox In the finals today; Albert will
the Southern Asso, the Babe was pitching a few games for the Chat- Washington Nationals will face
\ tanooga Lookouts. the Detroit Tigers here at Tinker : fare I favored to repeat as pennant Chainpion I

t "Bobo. she could hit that ball pretty bard too. be said. "And Field at 2:30 p.m. today in an- r: c winners in the National and ;
other Grapefruit League exhibition the South American forehand
threw a ball just about as far as the avenue ball player could." : American League this season according ar

f "Greatest woman basketball player I ever saw." he added. and Early game.Wynn and Walt Master- M to odds released yesterdayby tist. Pancho Segura of Ecuador

(course it seems to me like she did a little track record-settinr at son both righthanders will share ? 3 James J. Carroll St. Louis bet- in straight sets yesterday.

one. time." the mound assignment against 7 0 ting commissioner.The Talbert found his blistering

Steve OTfcil's Tigers. CYNj Sox are quoted at even drives on target as be broke the

'Paul KrteheH. 64-year-old chief scout for the New York Yankees' The Nab paralyzed timely hitting money"by Carroll while a person r deadlock in a three-set battle

vast,talent-sleuthing organization rode back: with Joe Tinker and me and equally useful fielding desiring to bet on the Cards would for a love-rune finish 6-4. 3-6

from the Washington-Chattanooga game at Winter Garden Friday. gems in decisioning impotent have to put up $4 in order to win 60.

Krichell 27 years with the Yankees and Tinker were discussing Cincinnati before 1,482 paid admissions '- $3. I I The Kramer-Segura duel was a
at Field
farm systems. Tinker yester The Dodgers are given the I slugging match while it lasted but

i "We've got about 22 farm clubs now," Krichell observed and day.: best chance to beat out the it took the national champ less

several other Major League clubs have farm systems about the Although both the Nets and the Cards. They are quoted at 2V& than 45 minutes to polish off the
none me.Il1bere. Reds collected seven hits apiece. to 1 against by: Carroll. The i' Latin net man 6-4. 63.
the Nats threw in a couple of OFF TO THE SHOOTING MATCHES: These ing across from left to right, are Tom Boston Braves and Chicago I I' In the women's singles. Shirley
isn't enough good ball players In the country to fill up base blows and bunched
extra
entries in the Orlando Gun Club's Flint Mich. Ike Andrews HOugh-I Cabs are 5 to 1 against the Cincinnati Fry of Rollins College defeated
aH,:those farm clubs" he asserted, "So. why should Major League clubs their offensive efforts to win eas- seven annual I ton, ; 1 I
Reds Barbara Scofield of Miami to
15 to 1 while thePittsbur.h earna
Spring Trapshooting Tournament S. C. R. C. Coffey Orlando Mrs. .
go in this thing so deep? ily.Sid use a ; Pirates. Philadelphia final pairing with Wightman

} Krichell's remark: Indirectly suggests that Major League clubs Hudson and Mickey Haef reconverted Army jeep to convey them around I I Marker, Evanston, III.; Mrs. George Fairchild, Bluejays and New York Giants I Cup star Doris Hart of Miami.

In.time will reduce their farm holdings to a scale commensurate with ner. both figured as regular' Nat the Gun Club grounds. Pictured above, read- Reading, Pa., and Henry Britt, Winter Garden. are each 30 to 1. I I
then availability of promising young diamond talent. starters this Summer scatteredthe I
t I seven blows they gave up. 1:: I I The New York: Yankees are the 6 to 1. The odds against the St.
Hudson went the first five inningsand second best American League bet. Louis Browns and Chicago White
Note. to Benjamin C. Glenn: Clark Griffith boss of the Nats. the big righthander was Johnston Wins Class A Doubles i I according to Carroll. His odds are Sox are 20 to 1 each against

probably gave the test answer available before the Kiwanis Club Friday touched for only three safeties. Riggs Defeats 2 to 1 against them with the Detroit Washington's! Senators 25 to 1 and

to your letter In which you stated that baseball's "hitting has not Haefner gave up four hits and one Tigers third at 3 to 1. and against the Philadelphia A's 40

beqome poorer, but there are many more fine pitchers today than a run in his four inning stretch. 16-Yard Events in Annual ShootJ. I j the Cleveland Indians fourth at.''to 1.

f en years back.: Buddy Lewis the veteran

-The Old Fox. veteran of 61 years in baseball denied that there rightflelder who went three- Budge i in Finals R. Johnston Jr., a crack shot from Hartford City,
than in but he for-three against Chattanooga
fine pitchers today by. injected
are more years gone
this thought into the picture: Friday in his first exhibition Ind., yesterday added the Class A Doubles title to the 16-

L|: "Pitchers have always found a way to take command of the situation appearance, continued his perfect HILADELPHIA LAP] Bobby I yard targets event he won yesterday to take over the lead-

despite efforts to handicap them. batting streak against theReds Riggs national outdoor profes- ing role in the Orlando Gun Club's annual Spring Trap-

; I "It used to be the pitcher's mound was much closer to home attempts.with hits in as many sional champion last night won shooting Tournament here. AT THE

plate. The pitchers got the best of the batters. So they lengthened Lewis was the only Nat to get the Inquirer charities' $10,000 Johnson broke 179 out of 200 180x200 W. Car Skaden. Pittsburgh. 179x200. WALK OVER SHOP

the distance from the mound to the plate to 55 feet. Again the pitchers two hits off the offerings of Ewell World's Tennis Tournament witha I targets yesterday which coupled CLASS C

overcame the batters. Blackwell 1946 senior circuit I convincing 6-1. 8-6 6-3 vic- with the 196x200 he scored Friday. | Oeoroe Pslrrhlld. R..d.IIS... Pa ITTjIOO
"Then baseball outlawed the spit-ball the and aD shutout king and Everett Live- gave the Indiana marksman a ; Stan Channel. Nor*ilk. Ohio. 177x2OO
f t. emery ball tory over Don Budge at the comfortable field L. W. Tildrn. Winter Garden I7h oo.I .
,, those so-eafled "unnatural'pitches except the knuckleball and finally ly rookie rlgh?hander, although margin over a E. J IJsk. Matswall. N. J. 17x2OO. The habit
arena. numbering 50 entries. I D RicbardMin. Orlando. 173x200
mOved the pitcher back to 60 and one-half feet from the plate- Mickey Vernon tripled and Cece Eddie Griffith, Blrmlnsham. Mich..
Stan Channell of Norwalk: Ohio,
'trying to reduce the pitcher's superiority the batter. Travis followed with a double offBlackwell 171x200
over was second to Johnson with a
Paul 169x200
Bryan. Tampa. :
_'"No matter what baseball has done to reduce this superiority the fourth.in the Washington'stworun Grapefruit League 174x200 In the Class A Doubles Bill Salliburj. Miami. 169x200 o

pitchers have always found some way to command the situation and The defensive play of fleet event while Mrs. Isaac Andrews of Mrs Henry Van Brit Marker.Winter Evanston Garden.m 169x200. 1C4Z200.F of quality

get ahead of the hitters. It has sort of gone in cycles but we're George Case in leftfield who Activity Spartanburg. S. C. with a 168x200 Mrs. C. George Georcs"Orlando.Falrehlld.164x200 Readint.: Pa..

now at that point lathe cycle where the pitcher has the upper-hand brought down the house on three Associated Press score captured the Class B shoot. 119x200:
again. That's why pitching looks good and y Neal McMillan of Winter Garden. J. R. Tartar. EUI'''. 97x200:
so now hitting compara- occasions with brilliant catches At Lakeland. : Bart 58"... Mechanicsbarf. Ohio.
tively. poor. and rookie Outfielder Earl Woot- St. Louis (N) u_._ 001 200 Oil-' IS 2 Fla. with a 153x200 was second to 93x200.
Detroit (A) ___ 000 000 OOO_ 4 3razla. Mrs. Andrews. Tom Houghton Flint. Mich. 92x100.
"What Is baseball to do now to reduce that pitcher-advantage en who went back to the fence in Haarn (5) and Caragiola. Wiltaw.

,ht half-asked: half-answered by saying "I thought about it a lot right center to pull down a long (7); Whit. Mutchinson (I) and Swift. Charles Irrgang Jr. of Winter

sOd I don't see any answer. drive in the seventh paced the defensive At Bartow Garden, won the Class B tittlein Something you can always count on in shoes
play. Now York IAI -.* 022 OOO 000-4 a :1 the 16-yard targets shoot
Lewis scored for the Nats in the Buffalo (IL 000 000 OOO.-t 4 5Raschl. with a 186x200 while George bought at The WALK OVER Shop. the ingrained
first. He walked took: second : Karawl 1 (7) and Lellar. Nosh (7); Fairchild
of Reading Pa.
Orlando Senators Schedule Hunt Hausmann (5) and Richards, won of materials and workmanship}, that means
when Blackwell also passed StanSpence Yavnaj (7) the Class C division with a quality
went to third on Frey i 177x200.'

Three Practice for bobble of Vernon's grounder and Raton At St.(A Petersburg) ._ 000 100 301- 9 2 true satisfaction.These .
\ hit Week scored on Travis' fly to left. New VorkA) IOC 510 00.-13 IS 2 The three-day affair will be
In the second. Lewis singled to Widmar 5. Johnson (4). Zubr (7) and concluded tomorrow with the 200 r
1 \ The Orlando Senators their second week of left and scored on Vernons three- arta.; D. Johnson, Wight <7) and Robinson. Handicap Targets event. well known brands have an established

training for Florida State League play at 9 a.m. today at base blow down the right field DOUBLES CLASS A
3 R .Johnston for quality!
JrHartford .
At Fort Lauovrdal: City lad reputation
Tinker Field and with three line. Vernon scored on Travis'
r. exhibition tilts on docket for Brooklyn (N) "a" h 000 001 000-.1 7 II' 179x200 i
the week. double to left. Raton (Nt -----._ 010 001 01*-3 II 2Greg. Stan Channell.. Norwalk OhioH 174x200.
Johnny Neun's got their lone .. .011 (I) and HodM&; Satin O Bart J.Oeig Creeden.-r. Miami.Orlando.172x200 174x200. WALK OVER TAYLOR-MADE
J S Bus. Mgr. John Ganzel of the Senators said the club run in the top of the eighth. I' Wrlllht (I') and Camell.At Charles IrrvanK Jr.. Winter Garden I 1

would play the Chattanooga Look-: After fanning Durrett for the West Palm Beach: 171x200. J% ,
- out. at Winter Garden at 2:30: second straight time Haefner Philadelphia( (N) 000 100 001-2 C R. C. Coffer. Orlando. 171x200. ETONIC ARCH PLYMOUTH
pjgj Wednesday and then meet ated when Jimmy. Hester.jumpedthe Philadelphia (A) __ OOO OOO 100--1 11 1 CLASS
walked Bert who
Haas went to Mrs lie Andrews. Spsrtansburi. 8 C..
the!Lookouts here at Tinker Field club. second on Ray Mueller's singleto Coteman Leonard.(4>Howe. Flora(C) (7)and and keminick.;....:. Fowler 1S8X20O EDWIN CLAPP a CONFORMAL
in tt night game Saturday. He also Mgr. Loa Bern expressed satisfaction Jeft and scored on Clyde; Voll- : Neal' McMillan. Winter Garden. 153x200: .
Monty Ellsworth.
Roscsnnon. Mich
d said;i the squad would make their i. with condition of the mer's single to the same field. Cuban At Havana .__ 151X200BUI ; onaPENNY
All-Stars OlD 000 001-2 4 2
I first: home exhibition squad after the first week of Salisbury Miami. 143x200:
appearance Final Nat run came in the Brooklyn (N) __ 201 101 OOx-S S 2
D. Richardson. Orlando. 140x200
:
Thursday afternoon at Tinker training and said the 25-player: eighth. Eddie Yost singled to center -: Name and Noble; Branca Casey (71 Fred Pall Lansln, Mich. 130x200.:
. Field when they face Coach JoeJustice's squad would engage in their took second on Lively's wild and Bragan.. Mrs .Oeorte Fslrchild Reading. Pa.
150x200Oeorte: IA !
, Rollins College nine in first Intra-sqnad practice
game BROADWAYBy
pitch and scored on Shortstop : At Hollywood: Falrehlld. Readlnc. Pa. 124x200
1 a game for which no admission will Tuesday Kermit Wahl's boot of Johnny Pittsburgh -- 010 OOO OOO=1 1 t Mrs Van Marker. E ins ton. Ill.) 96x200:
be Charged.Samel Bevil was particularly Impressedwith I Baltimore < infield Su'Hvan's bard bounder. Tate (4), Holcombe (7) and ,J. R. Johnston Jr.. Hartford City Ind. penny buys six
said the Senators prospects, and said he CINCINNATI I WASHINGTON (A) alkeld' : Podgajny. Penmnoton (a). Cave' 195x200: milel of thrilling WHIIZlII
had two "good" infields in the aNra. .' arks. (n. and Kahn and Len... R. C. Coffer. Orlando. 194x200 Tan and White
wiiald t also play Rollins at Tinker first combination r.i.r. t. 11.e.ar.lr 40040 I 0 1. Crteden Orlando 193i2OO: ,|I PMformanc. on. IIIE MOTOR II
Held at %:J' p.m. next Sunday were LaVerne Itvy-.5 I" t 4 roan.II t 0 tDvrratttf 1 1 At Los An.eln; Willie Crai. Roanoke V... 193x200 Whizzel' bike motor. Custom Grade
I Mayer first base and Bill Polston. fall t Leel..rf 2221S Cleveland' with the entire proceeds going to ....... '' Go 125
second baseman both out of Washington's Sill S Woolen if I 5 tMuallare 5 Chicago (A> 000 003 000-.3 t 1 !19211200.i miles on. I
R Uins.t < 1 1 asp.m..er l I 1 1Kltu i Neal' McMillan Winter Garden. 191x200 ,
of It' $9755
II1Ion
tryout school at Sanford: 'ski Ik 4 2"tTarnoB 4 1 1 T 1V..II..1f Parsn Gettel (a) and Lopes. He.aa Bart Oeiter.. Miami. 191x200 gas
the same time. Ganzel said Jerry Manning. short stop a Joe t. I Z STr.Tl.Jk $5111 (a); G.II.e Harrist (a) and Trah.At Keith Neville. North Platte. Neb America'i thriftiest Ta $15.95WING
...
Wahlaa I' 1 4 2 Tt. 11115Blwh.e0.p
189x200 1.0I.poim 1ACI
ctran.portatioa
Stanton Herzig, rookie righthander Stripp School product and ,Bob t 1 I S tPrtJj.Ik( I t S 1 1 Oakland: Fred van Lanslnf. Mich. 188x200. pow
from New.York State had been Rauscher.. regular third basemanfor LIMITS. I' 5 5 *'....m...... I 5 t 1 I Chicago NL> ___ 300 210 OO4-10 13 I J. W. Kenaian. Tampa. 187x200.: i
unconditionally released and that the club last year. AdaaM 1 1 1 1 5 rarrell. 25545 Oakland. PCU __ OOO 100 OOO- 132 Mrs Ike Andrew Spartanbors. 8. C., :
IMadjaaki. S a I 1 lIHidarai 187x200
Schmitz. Meyer (4). Chipman (7) and .
Eugene Sears, rookie catcher. had .. 1 1 5 5 2 McCullough. Scheffmg 1C); Piston Pitter Van Marker. Evanston. HI- 187x200.
beep assigned to the club by Chat- The body of a dog contains 255 ___-l Ha fnar.a _S_5_1"__ 4t: Oasaaway (C) and Ke..... CLASS .
t.taxga to fill the vacancy cre bones.* TnuU 14 t T 14 131 TdUto 13 4 117 1ab.nee t I cnsries Irrfang Jr- winter Garden.
for Uly ta *thHcora 18 OOSo..hft.
Holy Cross Captures ( Joe Orlando. 1881<200. I I
fer inning*:
rinrimutt MI 511 !_IWuhtniton G. V. Wnilni, Daytona Beach. 180x200.J .
-___ __ H. Hlnklen Marion. Ohio. 186x200:
= 1M 555 til-4
S Errors--Frar. llum..-.-. ....". Wahl Braa fcatl Eastern NCAA PlayNEW Monty. Ellsworth. Roscommon: Mlch184x200 -
<.< to-Tnf. t. Tcrnsn. TallaMT. Tma-baa "ItTra.
-it ,- .... Tbna-lKM Idt-T_. I"ubl..In.-l ; YORK [AP] Holy Cross Bill. Blake. Tampa 182x200F I
M. Flanden. Miami. 182x200
: i BulllTan to Prlddr I* Tanmi: Haaa I* Trrr V* : TIPS
Frank Storms. Goshen. N. Y 180x200
IIEIFSi KhnzmtM Left aa haMa-Onrtnutl 11. Wuh' rode to the Eastern Regional > :
Ike Andrews. Spartansburc..
hula S Bun -a kails-fT Haxawai 1. art HaefOT Basketball C-
i *. aff BlarmoU 5..R IA**& I. Ktrark Mtkr championship of the By EATON ,
Hue *. b y Hatfnrr I. ky Blarfratll 1 !
MIlEr "".""'-rff "...... I .U 1 .......... alt Ratfnar 4 National Collegiate Athletic
t In 4. aft Blarfr.HI 4 In 5. off Ltraly' g to *. Assn. last night on the fancy MODERN EQUIPMENTWe O For Sports: Broad
Hit by pttrhtr-b Hoer_ w.hlI.] Wild pl'cktlrmtT Toed Brogue! Type
"'tn ln. nltrlMr_".laim. Laln( pttcarfBlarkwell. shooting of George Kaftan who have done away: with I Wing Tip. Tan and
LIGHT '.. I aiDlrat_McKinltT.: -. Barry" led the the shaving mug and brush. WHIZZER MOTOR SALES White.
Tine-1:Si Crusaders to a 60-45
, triumph over City College of EOLA BARBER SHOPA. 602 N. ORANGE AVE.: For Dress: Narrow
New York L. DieUnso Prop. I er Toe. English Type \
before a crowd of PHONE 2.4687ORLANDO
tY M8RE Exhibition Baseball I Orlando's only .air-eonditioBed: shop last smaller per .
II 18,470 at Madison Square Gar I I 22 E, Washington St. FLA. forations. :
''I Scheduled This Week den. CREDIT TERMS; ARRANGED; L

: VENTILATION i (.? th. Associated Prow) $12.95
I TODAY-Boston At ... Cincinnati r nt
Tamp: Detroit (AA- YS. WASHINGTON -
AT ORLANDO: Syracuse (IL n.

.,lr. A \kS MIRE iA Detroit n. (8t.AB Lout" at .t 8t ; Pettnburs New York: ALLEN and QUINBY SEA:: WING TIPS BY PLYMOUTHTan
.t Boston (NI V.. PitUbor.h .t Mi.ml
1 Brach, Phlladflphu Hit TI PhIl.delDhl'l E
I I BEAUTY l V.. 61 bouts
.( Maml.MONDAYBuffao 'I
tU Detroit (A)
r f ) vs.
(at Lakeland Baton (A> ... St Louis (Nat > i I I
St. Petersburg Brooklyn tin ... St. I
hN
I ABC ALUMINUM CASEMENT Louis (A> at Miami New York (A) ... Cincinnati 51 WEST WASHINGTON ST. u
I (N> at Tampa Boston NI 5. Philadelphia -
(A) at West Palm Beach; Baltimore -
IL) VI pttubnnb Beach: CHATTANOOGA <8A) ... WASHINGTON REAR OF PARKING LOT
WINDOWS
AT ORLANDO.
TtnSDAY-Det..olt: (A) n..1'_ York (A) EATONTan
at St. Petersburg 8t LouU (N) YS Boston .
(A) .t Bar.......: Philadelphia (A> Ta Boston "
IN at Port Laaderdale. Cincinnati (N) I and White
ViL4: ( 7o/wZ.tt31P I ... Philadelphia INI) at Clearwater: \&- FORBETTER Red Rubber Sole
: burgh TS St. Louis
at Mums.WEDNESDAYPhiladelphia I "
YS Detroit t
(A> at Lakeland Cincinnati (NI ... .g
1. Not affected Boston (A) at CarasotaNew York (A) YS.8t 10.95
by dampness or LouU. IN at 8t. Petenburt. Boston
vs. fct Lout. (A> at Miami. 'Toronto .
dryness- )IL TS Ptttabonh at Miami Beach
WASHINGTON (A> AT WEST PALM BEACH New York
2. No warping or swelling 'cisroTHURSDAYDetroit I (NI vs. San Francisco (FCL) at San rran- -SERVICE .

i I (A> ... Buffalo
3. Cannot rot or rust (TU at Bartow: New York (A) TS. Boston
(A' at Sarasota. Cincinnati Ni ... St PHONEZ4503 i \
Louis fVt at St. Petenbsrs: PittabnrxhN
< TS_ St. Louis. 'A> at Miami: WASHING- LOAFERSBy o
4. No unsightly drip stains : TON (A> VS PHILADELPHIA IA ATI
I WEST PALM BEACH.
FRIDAY-St. Louis
... Philadelphia EATONTAYLOR
5. Easy to operate and maintain (AI" West Palm Beach: Detroit TS Newark (IL at Sebrinc. Detroit IA)
I -B" ... Kansas City Cincinnati Ni ... New' Tort AI at St.
6. Easy to install Prwnbur. Boston (N> TS Milwaukee. (AA A.
I WE HANDLE BROWN
at Cocoa: WASHINGTON (A> VS PTTTS- .
BUROH AT MIAMI BEACH St. Louis
7. Fits all architectural design I Uil TS Philadelphia Ni at dear...... \ [ BEIGEIn
SATURDAY-Boston Oil TS...Detroit (A) \ ....__.._ KENDALL OIL Ci_ .. ,
I I.t Lakeland. 8t Louis (II) New York
(A) at St. Petersburg Philadelphia, (N) ... H. QUINBY BOB ALLENMOTORS
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Cincinnati: TS Pittsburgh at Miami :Beach WASHINGTON or with arch built in and '
(A) VS. ST. LOUIS taj AT MIAMI. THE
TUNED L 'welt soles.
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oj Inquiries Invited From Home Owners, Builders, 1 DeLand Wins Second to 95
$9
$6.95
Contractors Architects In Row From Gators YOUR CAR READY SfT:: SUMMER TRIP .

:: SEND FOR FREE CATALOGUE DELAND rAP The DeLand Red !

. Hats rapped two University of ENGINE BRAKES Store H*.r.: ':38 A.M. .. SU P.M.,
Florida hurlers for 15 hits and a FRONT END LIGHTING SYSTEM !

J/BCSTEEL1XNl1PNEN1'CD..lnc. 13 to 2 win here yesterday In their
second exhibition of the season. SPECIALISTS I ORLANDO BOOT SHOP

I.: 17H St. ... tat A.a. Tempo S. ,Ie. DeLand beat the Gators Fridaynight
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:' Final returns on the Statewide Sears-Sentinel-Star Orlando, Florida, March 23, 1947 tlrjf &nnfcnj!J &rnnnr1-'tar Page 9''

:fishing contest are. being aWaited hourly by this column, MacPhail Will _- I Sport Shorts |

;but at the time this is being typed on the old portable type- Armed Sets I Little Audrey Dora Girl Meet

:writer it looks, like ,the, prize winners could not be an 'Frank Stranahan I I New York's Les MacMitchell win

;;nounced in the Sunday paper. The judges have been pondering make another attempt to derail
Press Horse
; for a long time several weighty problems connected with this ChargesAgainst'Rickey : New Record In Quarter Feature Today the Flying Parson, Gil Dodds. in

:big fishing contest. Are they puzzled! Well who wouldn't be?-what ,
Takes Over Lead [Special, to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] I| the featured mile of the seventh
;?with one of the big bass weighing 12 pounds some ounces on one setof At GulfstreamMIAMI Several thousand
SARASOTA
I persons are expectedto annual Knights of Columbus track
the'second
scales and 14 pounds several ounces, on scales. You '
watch Sarasota's second slate of nine horse'I Cleveland
figure it quarter meet at Friday night.
out.
[CAP Mighty Armed
sped to victory and a new track I' At Greensboro I races today at the newly completed Straightway Race J I|t. Pauline Betz entered the final,

With the black bass fishing! season about to swing open again. SARASOTA tAP Organized record In. the $25.000 added mile ; Track here. I[ round of the Cannes (France] International -

I'C\ within a few days it's in order to discuss possible ideal places to go baseball is getting set here this and a quarter Gulfstream Handi-I I Feature attraction will. be a 220-yard match race be- : Tournament. .John

...f fishing on April 1st the first day of the open season!, and no fooling. week end to wash an acumulationof cap yesterday, regaining the lustre\ GREENSBORO. N. C. tAP tween Litt 1 a A udrey. own ed b y 4 : Bromwich and Geoff Brown,members -

So let's try a few ideas. Let's leave the matter of tackle lure, etc. for its soiled linen. tarnished by his fifth place beat- Turning in what he termed "the Jimmy Everett of Orlando and Sugar Dryden: Res. J E. Dnrea of Lakeland of Australia Davis Cup team,
From all the leading figuresof I Dona Girl also known as Blondie. : Ida Walter Mr*..er of Sarasota
another day. over ing in the Santa Anita. best competitive round I ever .
Third 400-Yard R ce-rn! Kleben sailed for Great Britain on the
If it's big bass you want really big ones it looks like Welaka. on the game were arriving at the The Calumet Farm golden geld played." Amateur Frank Strana In preliminary events yesterday Turner: Flapper Doyle Carlton Jr. of start of six-month expedition.

the lower St. Johns. is a good bet. W. T. Bland would recommenda behest of commissioner Albert B. ing made the distance In 2:01: 2/5 han yesterday moved into thehalfwaJ' General. Cotton King Klebergand Pt.Waarhula Wen::Texas Sia Martin GirL Jimmie Sargent Bill won the four 440- .
Fishing Camp at Welaka. owned and operatedby Chandler to' attend Monday'shearing to finish a lengtH ahead of his sta- lead of the $10000: .
La Fevers been
certain Doc coach at Brown has signedas
|
events with
yard Captain. Topsy.
at which President Larry blemate Pot OlxiclL B. A. Mur Greensboro Open Golf Tournament Fourth 440-Yard R.ce-Sa..t: BillDryden .
D. Andersen of that place and so do we. Welaka is and I head coach at Washington U.
Capt. C. MacPhail of the Yankees will press phy's Concordian was third two I I with a 140! total. Blue Bonnet and Harmony Joe ; Sunny Sorrel. T. P. Baker of
always has been headquarters for many of the largest black bass In defamation against victors in the 220-yard contest Plant CUT: Red Bird. Top Barlow of at St. Louis. The Brooklyn
'(charges of lengths behind the Calumet entries I His four under par 34-33-67 Wauchula: Cracker Carl CattY of Venice
Florida-they dont even count anything under 10 pounds there! President Branch Rickey of the I left him one shot ahead of Vic I Results of yesterday racing In order First 220-Yard Race--Captain. Charles Dodgers purchased the contractof
i I t! with .nH-s name. were .. fallows: R of Bradenton: Linda Ben Le- Ed Duke Snider outfielder
So you might try Welaka opening day. Brooklyn Dodgers and members i Ghezzi first-day leader. who I First ( e'.1y: ,
I Armed already greatest geldIng 440-Vard Rare--General. J C. mark a : Lady Alva Alderman from their Fort Worth farm club.
Lake Apopka Is.always a good bet. bat you can bet your' last of his organization. I slumped to 72 and a second placetie Dryden of Tamp: Duke Russell. Farmerof lot Sarasota: Dime Ed: Webb of Wauchula.
will money winner boosted his Wauchula; Yellow Wolf. J P. Adamsof I Second 220-Yard Race-Topsy. N G.Bryan Long defensive scrimmages
nlckle that most of the beats aver there,.at the various camps will News of the training camps total earnings to approximately with Herman Barron. N. Y., a Sarasota: Little Josh H, K. Turner of I of Wauchula) : Johnnie. Aaron Story marked the U. of Florida's fifthweek
play decided second fiddle for the 70 shooter yesterday. Sarasota lot St Cloud Major. Drydea Duchess
be 100 per cent reserved a few days before the opening of the black next few days to the accounts of I j $482,775 by capturing the I Second: 440-Ysrd Rac--Cottoa. Farmer 'Farmer : : : of Spring football practice.

bass sason. So yon better hurry, or carry your own seaworthy boat, the biggest family quarrel In rich event, edging closer to I I In fourth'pl e was Gary MidI "
desire. Whirlaway and Stymie. I dlecoff. playing his second tournament -
.if It's Lake Apopka yon which baseball has indulged itself i 1
since his decision to
Blue Cypress Lake over near Wabasso, known as the best black Armed paid $3.20 $3.70 and turn Be scores 79

bass lake hi Florida and also the most difficult to reach would be ,. 260. Pot piquet paid $3.70 and, for 143 professionaL! You Don'tNeedi

just about the finest place of all to go fishing April 1. A good many v I $2.60, and Concordian rewardedwith '
winner
; The year's top money
Orlando anglers have announced plans to be there. Our suggestion is $340The previous track record Jimmy Demaret. scored 73 to tie I
was
that go out and see the "seaplane base" chaps on Lake Fair- '
you the host Charlie Farlow. a 111
2:05 4/5 set by Golden Mowlee pro
$70 $80in
$60
view or those over on Little Lake Killarney. Winter Park. and make Dec. 6, 1944.OLDSMAR. | performer yesterday, at 144. Jimmy 'I' i or

arrangements to fly into Blue Cypress Lake, carrying portable fold j Turnesa dropped to 74 after i I

ing boats. Any one doing that will be assured of a fine. exciting day lAP] Sunshine Park an opening 71. Wit held seventh

plus we believe plenty of huge bass to tote back home. Of course a ended its 50-day racing season place with 145Lookouts : Cash to New

this lake can be reached with diffIculty. via Fellsmere by auto yesterday with Lady Discovery Buy

the feature Score 4-3 .
mobile. capturing race. e F
I Lady Discovery entered by Mrs.' I
will be for Rickey MacPhailfor I II I M. B. Sedberry and ridden by Win Over Toledo
the good spot
Lake Killarney. Winter Park by way a J:' Tires for Your Car!
4 to I Robert Lang paid $13.50 $5701 I [Soeciol to The Sundov Sent Storl
about
day. We believe live shiners,
"close in" anglers, opening It be said
can
day.
many a and $3.80 to win. In second spot WINTER GARDEN Chatta
5 inches long hooked through the lips and allowed to swim slowly man 1
that virtually everybaseball was Oldomwood. Sure Gift was in nooga's Lookouts will meet the
back of the boat will be about the only bait which will take those is sorry the thing ever started. the show position. Washington Nationals' "B" squad

"civilized" bass In this particular lake. April 1st, but we might be I Chandler. determined that here at Walker Field at 2:30 p.m.

fooled on that for a fact. Lake.Maitland is another good bet if yol "everybody who might know any I I Bowshire Entry Wins i today in a game played' as a benefit I s

must fish nearby to Orlando. Boats are few and far between on all thing about the matter shall be for the Winter Garden Recreation -
consider- Honors at Atlanta I
of these lakes so if you must borrow: one. better make arrangementsnow. present. has sent out a Assn. Entire proceeds of I II
able number of summonsJusthow Mentaires Silent Sentry prize the game will go to the association -,
bass and if you're many he has not disclosed. I boxer from the Bowshire Kennelsat 2 DOWNPUTSA
Okeechobee too wiU awing open' to fishing Ford Frick of the I
President I I
satisfied with bass not likely to' go over 8 or 9 pounds apiece, but National League, for instance, was Pine Castle, went winners's dog The Lookouts yesterday needed
and best of honors for
opposite 15 innings to score a 4-3 victory
plenty of them [plenty of medium-sized ones]. contact Capt. Ray- asked to come down from New
five points over a large field at the Toledo Mud Hens at
mond Rector at Belle Glade, and fish out of his camp on Torry Island. York, and it was learned yesterdaythat 'Atlanta I yesterday.He I over Walker Field. Both clubs came

near town. This is one of the liveliest places to go black bass fishing Scout Ted McGrew. formerly is the son of Schoolmaster. I with air-tight pitching that saw

i Florida. with the Dodgers and now with judged the outstanding boxer dog the Lookouts garnering only eight

if Lake Butler. Wlndermere. should be a good lake to fish, opening Pittsburgh has been ordered to of the nation in 1944 by the hits while the visitors were able

lay, and so Is Lake Shean. Just south of It. Big Sand Lake, where report here Monday. American Boxer Club and is the to produce only six. one being a
and The hearing scheduled to only Schoolmaster dog In the two-bagger by Leftfielder Platt for
the white bass were stocked 4 years ago is another good bet-
start at 2 p.m. Monday will be South. the only extra base hit of the
be sure and report the catching of any of these rare fish. Earl Hilli-
closed to newsmen. game.
VKissimnve territory will be hard to bea.t-if you don't know gan, public relations director Eastern BASKETBALL NCAA TourneyHoly RESULT: .
r "8aI contact Dick Makinson at Makinson Hard- has ... HOCKEY SCORES NEW
nee territory for the American League c. CO. CCNT 4$ (Finals) .
sh Toronto S New York J.Chica.
lea issimmee. -and hell make boats and fishing places appear asiby been appointed by Chandler to Wisconsin NCAA M Navy TourneyOklahoma 4.:(C..at..J.W..tern (. .. 50 Montreal 4.

magic. This article will be continued. advise the press of what takes SS. T..a.. S4 Finals). Hershey(American,. Hockey Cleveland. Laaouo 1. otayoffs)
Commissioner'ssuite. Oregon State C3 Wyoming 4C (Consolations -
in the
place Pittsburgh 3. New Haven :2.
t1e Whether Huhgan's report AAU) Tourney' at Denver- I
will be censored at the Denver Nu 9ets 51, Seattle (Alomo Dairy) COLLEGE TENNIS
cup 1
I I Ites announced. M (Consolations. ). Florida 7. Flonda Southern :2.I
not
source was I
Contrary to one published report -- -
I ( \ President Will Harridge of I

the American League has denied i White Pownall Two-Year-Olds ALLSTATE

that he poined MacPhail in lodgIng TIRE

;v MacPhail's his complaint.chief complaint Turn in Week's Best WorkoutsBy

against Rickey concerns the alleged -

fsrae.1 statement by the Brooklyn DAVID PIGGIEJ[ ] FRIEDMANThe
that two known bet
president [ Sunday Sentinel-Star Harness-Horse Expert!
ting commissioners sat in Mac
Large: Shipment Phail private box during a recent Fast workouts by two-year-olds from the Ben White

aid Tackle exhibition game at Havana. and Eugene Pownall stables featured the highlights of the

trbt.rr ofCnshn.au training performances of the past week at the Florida live-

_. El A111 N .T Jones High Teams stock Exposition Grounds Inc., half-mile track. ON YOUR CAR

LF.tf//1ALL Scooters Win Negro TourneyThe Ben White. drove the<<; trotting! colt Judge Moore, owned

e.d..r and bred oy w. it. Reynolds. a '

due this week Jones-High teams of Orlando mile in 2:26 1-2.. last quarter in Whippet. Win (3), a handy mile la 3.34-
33 1-2. last eight in :16. Gibson
both the boys' and :35H. I
captured 1 .
White drove the J Nicholson worked the.trotting
filly
pacing
girls' division of the Fourth Annual mare Princess Mmrtr . in 3:36: :34Se-
Blossom Invitational Santa Mite. In 2:27-:35 1-4 andE. VISITORS 4
Clarence A. Johnson Orange Pownall drove the Arden Mr and Mrs K A Sherler Cleveland I
Tournament at the : ,
Basketball Mr and Mrs Herman Landls. ShelbyvillrInd.
INE 0 1807 N. Oranre"larcll" South St. Casino yesterday.The Homestead-owned and bred pacing .. patron ot H. Pyle stable: Mrs. J. L
colt, Mamscot, in 2:28: 1-4- I'Lyle and daughter, Mrs. M. E. Snyder.
Jones Tiger quintet defeated accompanied by her SOD Mayo of Syracuse -
a highly regarded Palatka five. :35 1-2. a seasons record for the : Harry Benedict, horseman of the THESE $ 'w-'
latter two for gait and age. old school: accompanied by W. W. Deeiini 2 DOWNH.I'rUlE
34-16. in the finals after having ', : Mrs Grace Porter and daughterShirley I !
OYERdoors defeated Oakland. 26-15 in the (All. are year-old trotters unless specified { of East Aurora K Y.: Mr. and SIZES,
Number In parenthesis Indicates their Mrs P. B. Greenly. Hsrrinston Delaware:
semi-finals and trimming Winter I sie The following are the workouts from 1. M. Simpson. Pittsburgh: Mr. and Mrs I
Superior sectional overhead doors for residential. industrial Haven, defending champions. 21- the various stablesEN ) Oeone Benh.... Hempstead Lone Island: I J'
Jobs. Electric,operating equipment Installation service. the first round. Palatka WHITE STABLE M. D Callihan Jacksonville U W. Saner SIZE PRICE w
20 in
I Madison hiihly regarded Buryrus. Ohio R. E. Holmes. Orchard
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FRANK SUPPLY COMPANY gained the finals by defeating an I I I colt, worked a :. r.llla 2.27=34: the nil,. Park. N. Y.. H.mGee.. Warsaw. N. Y.. 6.00x16) $14.80 PLrS S '
Air Base team 27-17. and I Amee Soot tn 2:31-:35.: The following Mrs John Vlpond Hollydaysburg. Pa; YAX
$11 Brookhaven Drive Phone 4750 Orlando trained their last quarter at the end of a W. W. Irvine Haledon. N. J- and C. H.
Clermont. 28in; the first round. i slow mile: Nibblemlte In :38; Her Grace Bowne and R. J. WI...and. Columbus.
IIn i 39"-4: Gibson White drove tho pacing: 5.25x18 $13.40 Mil
Oakland won from the Orlando I colt. Titan Hanover <2). a handy mile in TAX
Red Devils 13-11 and the OABfi"e 229U-33: .: the trotters Itibllk (3). lightly
All-Star worked the forepart of the week a mile 5.50x16 $13.20 ,
trimmed an team Pl.hs
Iin 28--36: : Willina Hanover 43' in 2.36- Ohio.LUMINUM
SOMETHING NEW FOR ORLANDO 14-11. in first round play. :371, and Deana Hanover (3) in 2.37H37 \
The local lassies, defending : H. Due to heavy rains on Wednesdaythe /
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following were lightly trained over a 5.50x17 $14.65 PLCS j"a
CLEANING1'AND champions defeated Palatka only dryint-out track on Thursday no time YAX : t
DRY PRESSING other sextet entered 2910. worth recording: Adeline Hanover Mon CANOES g-
roe Hanover. Wilbur Hanover and Bright \e 1\
6.50x15 $17.60 PLrS I
Star. L POWNALL STABLE fir ,,ells,t IAX ,
Practice f
SPECfAL 1-DAY or 4-HOUR SERVICE JayCees The following trained in Improved fsth-
lon during the past week : Espendable 6.50x16 i'' -
$17.95 PLC
s
Softball TodayThe (51. a mile in 2:1 i-\"le.: ,,:.t"'t I It..rl. ill/"Il IAX i :, 1
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ALTERATIONS AND REPAIRS Golds <6). in 2:1n.-:34: MaryHanover I F
JayCees "A" and "B league C8. in 23-J3.. and Apple Hanover -
I PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE softball teams will hold a practice (9) C.in P.224 CHAPPELL-:33 ii STABLE THESE *

session from 9 to 10:30 ajn today Trainer Chappell trained the 2-yearoldmembers 2 DOWNTIRE "
diamond In improved form the past weekHlltown : I SIZES s
the number
one
on a mile in 34l-38': ,: Watts Dp I
NANGHANS CLEANERSPhone Exposition Park. Players desiring I. quarter in :38. the pacing colt No Mo
I Direct (21), in 238-371, The aged r
2-I7U 440 W. Robinson Ave. to try out for either team are I bers were lightly worked the '' .mem-I VIver SIZE PRICE1.00x15
welcome to attend this workout. the week; the pacers Wyn.E:-Law . in
,\228H-34la: Pure Gold <4> in 2.2934: SIN $19.90 PLCS z'YAX
Cay Adam (6) In 2.3O-.35 and Roy DUiard '
II i. b bPLCS
I (3) 2.21:3&I :FLOYD HANNIS... STABLE ill y r
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The trotters. Katherine TipUm (8). 7.00x16 $2035 ,
worked in 2:26: >.-:33'.; Earl." Josie Mite IAX ;
(61., in 2.30-:35 and the pacer Frisro Pat
I (7> in 23535. Trainer R J. Proffit
worked, the trotter Musket Hanover U. in 17' Square Stern Model suit
The Doctor ShoeFOOT 225'.32V in improved fashion able for out-board motor

Trainer Pyie-H. PYLE worked,STABLE four members of nof available; weight 74 Above prices are subject to I

the stable all the showed foreisftrt improvement.of the week. Thejuveniles The IDS .... ._n...-f$205" Federal Excise Tax. When tires Fare

pacing .colt. Ohio Hal <2,. worked. a mile purchased on Sears Easy
in 231 :34: Mercy Abbey in 2:31'-:38:
COMFORT FOR MEN Rockland a quarter in3 ',. and the \ Proved stronger harder to Payment Plan, usual carrying
trotter Our. Happy Thoughts O), in puncture.
238l35'. charge; is added. ;
Owner E.*E Nelson worked the pacing
Walk straight-toe in I first filly tune Tops clocked.Scott U). a mile In 2J5--35. 25%:-50% lighter.

Owner Clarence Chase worked the pacing
with "Doctor.
a mare. Utah Direct (&), a handy mile
in 2:35. Unsinkable with full load.
Special built-in:; arch TOM BENMY STABLE
(Mile Track. Semmolo" Driving Park

support. Black, tan, '' Trainer Tom Casaelborryt Berry and his assistants Selfrighting, when capsized.
I Get America's First-Line Tire
lightly worked the 3-year-old) membersthe Top-Quality
and, two-tone tan & white forepart of the week. The pacers.
Poplar Byrd a mile in 26-33; ,; Direct No corrosion.
14.50 Chief In 2.26-:31 Ann 223z.31H .- I
: Bellows in
sizes 6-72 _______________________.___ : ; the trotters. Way Yonder in 2.2H.- the can't
Today, in buy
as past.
..32Ifymph\ Hanover in 225'JlS.the ; you
2-" members worked in unproved 13. 15. 17. and 18 foot models. a tougher; longer-life tire than ALL-
i IMMEDIATE
form; the pacers Poplar iota in
225>.-:32'.; Kisco: Dale in 22S32. STATE .. they're as good as money
Nu-Matic The following year-old trotters trained Choice of colors weights.
their stretch quarter at the end of a slow can buy. Only finest materials are
K mile. Arnold Hanover m J31,.: Voluptuousin DELIVERY
A comfortable shoe with :34...' Highland lassie in :36: Bollw in used. Treads are designed for maximum
:361?: Dr Malone and Whippets Charlie $143 and up-lowest long- road traction. cord
1 11.85HollandRacine 1 Strong construction -
a cushion ,inner-sole __________________ In Owner:36. F F Hilmer worked his .taree- run cost. fights blow-outs gives

horse stable in improved form. The trotter. Tome in today. See for yourself WE HAVE YOUR SIZE!
Letor <9>. in 213H-324: the pacers. Gramma AlHmmam Canoes make \ long wear.
Star Ton <8>, in. 212-:32: and Little Don .
others solete Order BOW *ssveprompt
Worthy (5) in 2.14'J3Owner .
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Len worked the trotter. delivery.
Marshy
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PAGE 10 THE SUNDAY SENTINEL-STAR. ORLANDO. iTORIDA MARCH 23. 1947 836 W.: Winter Park Ave.

Only 2 Houses Left

FLORIDA REALTORGRAM Home Shrubs as + One 3 Bedroom, One 2 Bedroom

trimmed in Crab Orchard stone


'Residences Show May Be Set Whitney Spiegel Realty Co.

With SafetyISpeciol REALTOR
I. 706 Metcalf Bldg. TeL 2-3269
Designing Trends to The Sunday.Sentinel.Star] =

. TAVARES-Shrubs for home
beautification can be set out now.
Br VIOLET DUNHAM County Agent R. E. Norris said

(Exec Se; Florida Association of Realtors! 1 yesterday.
Azaleas he suggested are one :: sr
_
OF TODAY represent the best trends in today's :
HOMES: of the best flowering shrubs for : are realistic and practical, simple in detail -I home grounds. Many varieties, .

colorful in effects inside and outside, according to : affording a wide range in size + + ca Pi, o.wa
visioned at the recent convention of National I and color are available and the
'samples *.i,.nt ma* be used for founda-
.Assn. of Homebuilders attended by Florida builders and tion planting in groups or as

realtors. A national and typical*' an informal flowering hedge. .
survey recently made shows defin I I "The camellia, with its attractive -I ro segos-: H;* '2 sw
and beautiful' x
what American families want Whifehair appearance rv
itely Maps
flowers is a front-rank shrub for
this' year. 1947 homes must have most sections of the State. Wax

more bedrooms and porches garages privet may be grown in all sec- ,Jy
are attached to or are a part tions, and is considered an all-
house. adding to Building Plans purpose bush.v
of the appearance
and convenience. A separate duce"The bright bottlebrushes.red. brush-like which spikesin pro- I MR. AND MRS. G. E. GUNTER sold to Mr. I baths. Two other buildings are located on I

'dining room is desired, more Br TOM PRICE April yauoon with its bright 'and Mrs. H. l L Dabney and Miss Helen Haryn, the property one a garage apartment and

.Closets, built-in cupboards and fOur Own Staff Corresoarrientl red berries and symmetrical shape. sister of Mrs. Dabney, the property locatedof I : the other a cottage. H. L Dabney is a build-
storage space. Dominent trendsare DELAND-Preliminary plans for hibiscus of various shades and '12 W. Gore, which consists of three acres I- ing contractor from Warren, Ohio. They plan ?? i Mbvwwaawayui' k
I the largest private constructionjob I I combinations of color, and the 210 AVe. back the I to do considerable and the
for one story homes, and for in the history of DeLand-at large fast-growmjr golden dewdrop i- ft. on Gore running to remodeling operate
lots twice the size of prewar lots the ultimate cost of many hundred 'are very satisfactory for home Lake of the Woods. The property is well landscaped property as a high-class tourist home. The Lake Concord Estate

showing an appreciation of the I thousand dollars-were unfolded I grounds in many sections of the and consists of a main house whichis price of the sale was $37,000. Sold by E.I .

value of opportunities in gardening by Francis P. Whitehair. promi- erally State does although better the in hibiscus the Southern gen- I a twostory'colonial type nine-room house I Stewart salesman with Harold Shepard Realty 221 WEST COLONIAL DRIVE

both for floral\ beauty and for i nent attorney in an effort to to City obtain Commissioners theirI I half. with two porches, three sun decks and three I I Company. I
furnish food for "Pittospomm. which is com- I Landscaped and Irrigated Plot 100 x 200-
;'practical use to : commitments for certain street
;the table. widening called for in the project.I I parable to wax privet in the Pasco Fair To Have The association plans to build a building in which to hold county Modem Residence in Lake Front Elegance.
which it
number of uses to can I
I fairs 4-H club and other
I An entire business center will '. be put has proved very popularin race track rodeo pens and even- meetings
Permanent Grounds gatherings of countywide: interest.INSURANCE .
Til ANY CITIES ARE practically be constructed Whitehair on home grounds near the coast tually a substantial assembly QUICK POSSESSION AT $19.750
ill Initiating 58 fire prevention the old College Arms Hotel site because of its ability to withstand [Speciol to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] J I
weeks this yurt aiding the which includes eight city blocks salt spray. DADE CITY-The Pasco County I i SHOWS BY APPOINTMENT:
and which bought for $35.- I Jas. Gamble II
housing shortage by protecting was "Shrubs for this area include Rogers PIRE AuTOMOBiue
009 last Summer from the hotel snowbush. Fair is laying plans for permanent
Surinam cherry. Ixora BURGLARY SURETY IOND&O'NEIL
the homes already in use from I
I
who dismantled the city I fair and rodeo according Architects Ehgineers
destruction. Half m million owners natal plum. Turk's cao. allamanda grounds *
homes were built last year but i landmark because of its age. lantana. dwarf poinciana. croton to County Agent J. F. Higgins. Building Consultants LEE JH M. J. MOSS 13th
in the same period 409 000 were Whitehair reported two con aralia acalypha. plumbago Catt- tract of land at San Antonio has 0 if MG* ,
ley guava orange jessamine king's F been selected for development. POST OFFICE BUILDING COMPLETE INSURANCE S ftViCHOM 32 MAIN
burned down or damaged, costing struction companies were ready to I S. ST. PHONE U11I
11,000 lives including 3.... begin approximately $150,000 of mantle cape jasmine." princess 'I I The Pasco County Fair Assn. WINTER: PARK FLA. 14500 3 03. M ETC*IF K c
children as well as monetary the planned structures. 'I flower angel's trumpet. was organized in 1945 by Higgins.

loss of $500 million. Realtorsare I He asked for a definite arrangement
encouraging this safety I with the city about making j
angle by stressing the building I Alabama Ave. a dual-lane street
of homes that are really fireproof between Rich Ave. and New York
in design and materials.&. I[Ave. The present sidewalk border
ing the College Arms property will
HALF A million World be left intact with a new lane cut- I AN INVITATION
ALMOST veterans living in their ting through the property thus .
center
leaving the sidewalk as a .
very own homes as a reSult of the .
GI Bill of Rights have bought or aisle.Plans -
built well within their Incomes for the new business development -
and apparently will run little risk which may shift the
of losing when the leveling off of business district from its present
Central
Good counsel location Woodland Blvd. call to -':
higher prices comes. .
and for 40 per cent of the space to .
realtors
has been given by .
,
I bj used for parking and 60 per ,;,
and have result Florid.ians.-\-
others many as a \
put more of their own money Into I I cent for business establishments.All ,'- -
"
their' homes thus reducing the of the buildings will be in :
time for payments. And most of harmony architecturally and will :
the veterans have built or pur- face on a central plaza, Medwin ,?, ;
chased homes costing no more Peek, architect said. Indiana Ave. f
than an average of 6000. With probably will be extended through
builders given relief from bothersome ;I| the property as a private road. I .

restrictions many more of I i Wbitehair said the new development ,\ the 0RANGE .
the smaller homes -lor veterans would not be a row Ld\ at f .
will be possible.Sanford of small business shops, but AM. to be Steel, "' :
.
I would be built with the idea of ... at 9:00: e t"e. .. ."
augmenting facilities already in \ Floridian\ APR\t\ 3r ot f\onda\ "'.. t
Business Centra on the State ] ,:
DeLand. I meeting] to applicatiOn :
j- a --
ttend d uC e new r
the R
Meanwhile the preparations for o intro and
\ "
cited 'I
Growth Shows Spurt the construction of a new hotelon cordio In : meet in 9 we TYPe Homer ting ", ill be -' ,
The Sentinel Stor] the College Arms Golf Courstproperty You ore at wht icb on.enliona' Ibis mee .:;i iOuo'T
[Specwl to Sundoy facing: New York Ave., Orlando\ ttendtng
the fran"ng A village"' ,, ;. .
past )
SANFORD During of the HOTEL \ \ l use. and -
just east of the old site ta\ab\e, \ "
\ iculturo n'
week one new business has been C St eel stow '"' r:
College Arms Hotel. are being con- Stran d ogr t'c rR: ,
opened in Sanford. another is I I tinued. Much of the wood and materials Home, the \ industna\ \ ot mun't'pa'' the meet in9. : '
moving Into a new home and another salvaged from the old Rib erda\r ttida\s touch off '
0
A rc. comm \ '"
has changed hands while the for Detrot 'M\\\\\ "
will be utilized in
structure ,l din 9 s ot wham /
the City Commission has changeda Bul Corporation both < "
new building. set \ "
S' ssible,
portion of the residential dis- t i I Promoters of this hotel asserted of Quo" takes Ca\dwe\\\ \\. it P a .1'<...-
trict on W. First St. over to busI- I it would be completed at a cost the Great '
''of $300000, and probably would oUida\s\ of da\\\\ and Governor 'b Home com't: : .
ness.Sanford ,
having no store exclusively be the largest hotel in the city. r B ear r eel\ Arch Rof t '

devoted to ladies hats The real estate field of home 1" this area Mayo adua\ Saran St at noon '. ..,. '
Mrs. Edward Kircher has openedone II buying continued its slow pace \\ b ea. \lu the on .
will at a
in the Touchton Building and of the last two month Indica- Hotel' d .:
designs all of her wares. tions were however, that the I Orange Court also be entertane .-l'
The Palmer Restaurant on j I market was picking up slowly.Mr. orders of the y ou will'" t.
Park Ave. above first St. ha tLe L tchen. "
and Mrs. Michael McCabe l In 9t the ", "
\
been purchased from Louis 'sold their three-bedroom stucco On's P lay f frying 'n .
Palmer by Fred Welborn. former bungalow located at 706 W. Minnesota t j hed to bacon o'dotk:
grocer and filling station operator to Nell B. Hall of Beckley. lanai' five and SiX profit
IB Clemson S. C. i iW. Va for a reported price of p\ete'y\ b etw eon source of great .
Perkins-Robson men's clothing $13,500. R. P. Bell handled the : \
,
store: has for many years been lo- sale.
"rated in the Touchton. Last week The McCabes have moved to \ '
they moved into their own build- their recently purchased home
ing across the street where altera- I facing Lake Winnemissett which '" \
tions, have been made. (was bought from George Shep- ; f
Dick Elsberry has purchasedfrom herd. Extensive remodeling of the \\ your,
his father-in-law. Fletcher home has been completed. \
Bolls the Sanford Paint and Glass t Jess Mathas clerk of the Circuit: -
Co. store on Park Ave. Elsberry Court reported tax certificates for \\
came to Sanford from Daytona 1150 I parcels of land acquired under :
here he had lived after leavinghis the county's third quiet title suit
an
1943 tax sale certificates are make A.nri3\ advise
native Arkansas.A Ion \ o4: r u
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'r yo
1 ht that
now available for purchase. Later the rats suggestedssarll
total of 2.535 lemon trees were the land will be sold at public auc- for Hote\1. \\t is having a room. xece 'p
moved from Florida nurseries to tion. i I ben Court your
assuring
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Florida destinations during 1945- I 1. accommodations the Orange of
te'l t means
46 season. uvaIt Shout nO Manager 0 the only, t
IMMtDIAte I Jr., that ,is
Croon as t- '
G. ments
he n ur
Step re4
SKILL + EXPERIENCE C os to our,

Makes construction.all the difference in the worldin '. \\ imm, ed lately\ by letter seeing. you, 'Me are truyl, ;,.

to very .
and I
Yours Prestdentr
"Morris Builders Has Both" look in 9 fortyMr. O. \\NT\ \ n C. ; ; ,

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one contract means one responsibility r es1-aMNf .... -...... ........ fNI' \ \ l' 1NL6ERT. \
and savings to )'0\1"
1 TO 7 ROOMS AND BATH I O.

Consult Tour 'Local Architect: '2So '3395 _

We win appreciate an opportunity .hr..e... a.'Iw..sd.er-e.e.d 1. 4 b..a.Cc. ..c Inhr.rose. t.. ,. \rb *1*
to bid on jour project. Plants ,Now JOTMV and North Carolina ADf \ ", ,
$..4 Uc to eM I.f c.t. ..-...*._ I' _d .
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NSW YORK IAf>l Cloalsic aeveaschang anal nt LIbby MeN A; I. .... 3 10% lOVt" 10%
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MARKETS AT A O.LANCE Cast Air L 4._ H* a4ua t*. Midland .... I T"% TV* TV4 [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Stevens, recently discharged
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STOCKS Mliodi dwllng* oontlnu* ...... Sorony v.. ,..ow 1414 MsrilB (GI.) ....... 5 50 29% 30 has arrived
ONOti Steady towor-Drlcodi ralb U sin Meters 8 7M M "" Mid-Cent Pet ...... S 36 35% 96 luncheon was given by Mrs. Albert 4, b ail
f provo. Fellonebse I." SS* pius Y.. ....lta..T.... ...... 1 5% S% 5% with Dr. H. Durham Yog atte
COTTON I ttrORf! distant. dotivortos moot U. S. rr So* I... 19V'' plus S.. MoatgoK Ward ..... 10 S8%" 3i'4 SS*, P. Hopson in her home FrI !- Hospital and Clinic.
1ft --..... Allied Str S.100 ST* phi K.Am ktsmy Corp) ....... I 13"%" 13V 13141cs.uKehuator You
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day. The Easter motif physician surgeon -
CHICACO Had Std Sail Sill 14% plus %. was car- Stvn.
WHEAT Strong buying attracted kytrongth Twont Cent Fox 3,600 34 plus. %. M I I'ried out in decorations place grduate of M d-
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Strontl oera.CORNi Mfhor may expert .* U. S Woolen ftukbor t..1.900. 42V 51",miniS plus K.Am Sal Airline ....... 5 15% 15% 15% cards. and menu. ical College and sered hi 1te-

looatlon*. I SplCl t... 1414 plus 5.lc,5 tat Biscuit ........ S 31 30% 30% I I I After luncheon the guests en- ship at Bellevue
OATS .lo MifIpert Hat Caa .......... T 12 11'% 11% < Hoit
of auu.catuu.s.HSCs Easy some. oolHni on Mat Cash Reg ...... T 4O 4 40% 40% 'joyed bridge. High score was York. and was a
1 York f.AP Qoslag siockst Nat Dairy Prod .... I 22% 32% 32% awarded Mrs. J. E. Cloughley. at General and Brady
NonMiaHy steady.CATTLE Air Rewoetna ...... 4 15y' 34"% '35HS | second Aba
I I Nomtnalry .(...,. I Alaska Juaeasi ..... 1 5'4 5% %" Hat stillera, ...... 17 19% 19%" 19% high went to Mrs. C. O. Mc-
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!ca' (;n. . a 22%" 22% 22% I Hopit.
..AVERAOtS i AU......, Corp .... S 4V"* 4'%" 4'%" 1\.. l>*d .......... 4 12 32 32 Rae. and low was won by Mrs. He is ad has a daughter. -
DOWJOt lAd till ...... I 4SH 43H
,1- NEW YORK CUP) Dow Joneo oJoaln* Alleg 43H" N&tP.&L4' ..... 1C 1% IH I\; George Sharpe. Brass ash trays The family live at I OS
AUis-rh Ml 11 34% 34% 34*.
( 'Seut ......... I 22%. 22% 22% w
: : Corp
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,-.c tack Open Mh>M Low1' Clow Net CM. I.I las AtrltnesAm .. $3 10% 10% 10 HC'4 Newport lodast ..... 1 29% 29% 29', filled with Easter candies were South Ninth St. i
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30 ,endS 177J4 ITtM 17741 Inn .J7 ; % % Nvcat.Laa..J6 18% 1714 17% favors. .
20 rail. ...*. ...i. ..... d.... u up* ..11 I Am Can ........... 1 94"%" $4t" 94"SSO N.vth-As.'v. C. ..... 9 27 26% 26% IKorthera Guests were Mrs. T. Mark Britt I' r
IS tltll 21... .... u.s. lS.74oefl I Ass Car. ft Fdy .... I 50% SO *. FacifM .... 4 19% 19% 19V,* Clot point In the United
OS ork 63.73 .63.79 UsA 634S up O IS Am For. Pow .... 2 5'. S<4 5% o Mrs. F. L. Arnold. Mrs. C. J. Kitchen States to the North Pole ,
Bond* Cloao No* AIS&FP2PS .... I 21""%" 21% 21% Ohio Oil ........... II 22% 22%" 22% Mrs. N. E. Dale. Mrs. R. J. I lo
I 40 bond* .-T. 104.27 ss Am Loeowwtiv* ..... I 26% 26% 16' (Hi. hlevavor ....... I 2929%" 29% cated in Lake 'of the Woods Co-
10 lot .raIls ,- --. 111.S3 *ff C""I Am Pow 14 ...... U 14% 14%" 14%" Owens-U (01... .... 1 75 T5 75 Patrick. Mrs. T. P. West. Mrs. C. ty. Minnesota.neral .
II 2d ...11. ILlS UP ks Rad A; '4 8 ... 31 14% 14%" 14% P t O. McRae. Mrs. J. E. Cloughley. _
;It 10 sIlls t-.n _f. y-,.. In... A. Roll Mill ...... 11 34.%. 33%" 33V' Ps* J 10 Ind _. 164AO off 042 I APmIt&R .... 4 S6 56 56 Till COB ...... 1 5% SH SV..* I
,I Transaction i In stocks Sill) in overaoosyestordayi ABI ftU Fdrs ....... I 32% 32% 32% Packard Motor ..... S 6% CH CH Mrs. George Sharp and Home. The Rev. L. M.
Inda trial.. 27 lOtt rails 13. 70) I Aai .ug>r Ref. .... 2 41% 41'%" 41%. P.. A. Airway* ... 15 13% 13% 13% Mrs. G. F. Wilson of Orlando. Broyle. pastor of First Methodist
;; utilitio. 18,800-totsl. M7t.. I Am TtIt; Tl ..... 1""% 165% 1"% Psram Pteturea ..... 54 26% 16% 26% Church Tart, will officiate. The
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AsTobB ........ "4"4"" 7. P..4t14.kc.aM.. t 3% 3% 3% I
NEW YORK IATJ The stock ABI Vie**** ....... 4 52% 52% 32% Psrks Davis ........ 1 39! % 39% 39% Ocala Concert family requests that flowers b
market yesterday concluded Its I. Am w. Wks ...... II 18 17% I'%' Pattno Mines. ....... 2 13% 13% 13% Open 4 omitted (
: Am Woolen ........ 21 42% 42% 42'4A..ad. Penney (ole) ....... 2 42%" 42%" 42%" : .
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first recover-weet since early Cop ..... Jl 39%" 39'% 39% PeBB-Cent Aid .... 16 12% 11% 12 |I ITO Leesburg Members -
February. although the slowest in Amour A; Co ...... 12 14'4 14 14% p..,. RR .......... 27 22% 22% 22M For Mr. John C. Gay 65. who
Assd Dry Hoods .... 4 16' 11" 16% P.p.I-<;nI. ......... 12 27% 27% 21", [Sppool to The Sunday Sentinel-Star died Friday at his home in Whitney -
: about two years with Irregularly AthT&SY; .... I .5% .I4. 88% Pf..l'. Chas A c. .. 4 S3V4 SS% 53" I LEESBURG The concert of _
All r. UM ..... 4 54 $4 54 will be held at 2.30: .
i higher tendencies persisting. at Phelps nodf ....... 10 41% 41% 41% the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra pan.Monday
Professional buying and short All Refinin( ....... 7 3414 34H" 3414. Phil Flee' ......... 5 24%. 24% 24% I from Myers Funeral
: Aviation Corp) ..... 15 C'% 6% CV Phllc. Corp ........ 3 26""%" 2CV4 26H in Ocala today at 3 pjn. is Home The Rev. M.
I covering throughout the six sea. S Philip Morri ...... 4 35*% 35%" 35% open to members of the Leesburg Lsburg. M.
sions was based mainly. on the i Raid Love ......... 22 21%" 22 Phillips Pet ....... 1C 53 52 52% Widwood Presbyterian
Halt ft. Ohio ....... 11 14 14% 14S. Community Concerts Assn.. with .
Presned Sty Car .... 14 14%" 13% 13'% I Church officiate. Bur
: Idea that ,flve successive losing K.r.MteU Oil ...... 4 23%" 23** 23% Pnh H.e S J ........ 11 23%. 23%, 23'. :' out charge. the Rev. Carl E. Bates pator.
1 weeks called for a technical re-I fell AIrs .......... 2 14% 14% M" Pillmaa ............ 2 5.'*. 58% 58% unced.I fal1 b In Lone Oak Cemetery.
vival. Action of the House on tax Bradii Anmt ...... 11 S4%. 34% S4"% I' Pure. till ........... 17 24H 24% 24% president, ann Le .
I s.." Food ........ 2 23% 23% 23% ftR.di. I
relief also was helpful and a i Keth. "....1 ......... 5 92% 92 112 ISo Corp ........ 14' 8% 9 I I t
batch of good earnings statements 81..10:_. ......... I 17% 17'4 17% Ra.lio-K-Vrph: ...... 3 33% 33%, 3714lep.ib Sanford Farmers Market I For Mr Joseph E. WhIsker ST..
i Boring Airpl.. .... 13 21% 21% 21% ) Atim ........ 4 7 former of the Ocoee
i provided a prop. Most brokerage. Bur.lra Co ......... 3 42% 42"% 42% K.pub .......1 ........ 18 28'%,. 28'4 TH 28'TVx". I The following prices reported by ABOVE ARE EIGHT of the Orange I Ave. Club, first prize winner; Claire Bradford, membr City
!V customers. however. held aloof be- Ho.I'&.Warner. ....... I liS low 45% 45%" Retere. Cop Br .. 4 21"% 21% 21% the dealers on the Sanford State Pine Castle second prize Margie Council, held at 3 pm.
i winner
lImitS Air* ...... 6 12'12"% 124 County 4.H Club girls who participated in the ; Sunday the Methodist
''f i cause of bearishness Ro.01'" Tob fc .... S 40-4 40% 4O% I front
over Farmers' Market for sold Oo
........ produce I I I
36 :
Bnggs Ml 4 36 S 36
( Bishop Michigan Ave. who took third
price situations foreign compl1-1 Budd CoBarling ........... 5 11"12"" "% 12"11..1. %'- Gateway? Stores ...... 4 22% 22"%" 22"% to truckers and dealers up to 12:01: :I:j annual egg show lost Saturday which ended prize; Curch The Rv. W Austin
cations gyrating commodities and ... .'.'r" ...... 2 32,% 12 32 Kchenley. Ihstil .... 17 4O% 40 40', ajn. March 23. 1947. I Mary Etta Lennon, Barbara DeWare, Juanita R. win officiate.
Mill ...... 1Burr 18% 18" 1P,15! tears Roebuck ..... 15 35% 351, 35"% the county 1946 poultry contest sponsored by Bradshaw and Burial will In Ocoee Cemetery
business trends. Add Mach ,,.. I 14% 14'%" 14* rVr>H Inc ......... 3 1J%" 13', 13%\ Beans snap. bu. hpr. $6.75-8.00 I I Patty Jones. Each contestant ; b
> Dealings were sluggish from the C "h..n. TntoB Oil ..... 6 27% 27% 27V, Beets. doz. bun. $0.75-1.10 the Sears Roebuck Foundation. Pictured are, exhibited from hens raised under 4-H
I start of the final session but advances Calif Parsing ...... 1 2R'4 28 Callahaa K-Lrad .... I 3% 3 3 .Oil ......... 18 15% 15% 15".o..u. left to right: Barbara Hicks of the Michigan i Club plans during the year. .n to with the lDceret friend sratttode tJistw
predominated at the close. 6".. Dry O 41. ..... 4 14%( 14%" 14% ...... .. ..... 38 14", 14%. 14% Carrots. doz. bun. $0.75-0.85 I.p --- express of to OI' many expression our appreciation of
Transfers of 340.000 shares werea CaBad Pacific ..... 14 12,% 12% 12V AoAn43&P .... 4 4% 4'", 4% Carrots, bu. Hpr. Sl.50-1 I floral knl of sympathy
low since J March ;1 and compared ra.'fJIJ, ...... 2 36% 3" 3C% Sou Cal t.n.: .. .... 2 33 32% 32', Cauliflower. crate. L. I. $1.152.25Ceh.'ry I I Simpson and her father. James I which t"e. .ne la oar bereavement. lathe
: .. THE GALLUP POLL .
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Caterpil Tractor I 6O% 60-.1 60% I, 4.sthi' Pacific C l'i 4O*. 4O'4Bonthcra I low of oar beloved husband and father.
with 370,000 a'week ago. (.1.....e Corp ....... 24 19', 19'4 n'. Ry ....... 5 42'. 42%. 421.NtMlhera Golden crate I!| Simpson both of Macon, Ga. i' Mama K. Powell. Sr These expression
The week's turnover' of 3.738.- Cent Foundry ...... S US 11 % 11% Kv PI .... 1 ft* M; C;* precooled $5.35-6 of sympathy have helped to llchtea our
ten. .... Pas ...... I 52"32'" 32% I I parks W lining ..... 1 6>i 6>4 ', burden of sorrow.
860 shares was the smallest CertaiB.Teed Prod .. 10 17% 17'% 17'. i t'>uerry r"rp ........ 2 21 % 21S 21% Celery Paval. crate $3.35-4.35 I MRS. ROSE MAY HOWARD tin. Powell 8r and Family
since the'period ended' April 7.' 0..,. *; Ohio ....... I 49 SUS 4514 49'. .j.M-g.1 In* .. 29 141 U141, Coconuts, 50 in !sx. $5.00 I I Voters Oppose Army,1 COCOA-Funeral services for | )I
1945. The total last week was Ch M 8p Pse ... I 11" II'. i I Stand Oil Cal ::::::: 12 55': 54'. SS', Collards. doz. bun. $$0.75-1 Mrs. Rose May 80. who APPRECIATION
Chi NHCbrytler ........ 5 I 'i 2i'. 29". 'aDei Chi lad 6 110'. .0'" 40" Ioward. 1
4,808,150. Ci.rp ...... II ,n.7 97% HiaBd till' N j'HIII 1C 67', 67 67> Airlines enjoyed a mild flurry C I.T. FIBSB ....... I 42 42 .2 land Oil Ohio ..... 18 27 4 27 27 Onions. doz. bun. $0.75-050 will be Orando :hospial Sun kIndness and sympathy. &ell' beautiful the
CursColaColgatePalm.......... 1 154 154 154 1' !MId' Hll sprg ....... 2 15% 15%, 15"i." crate p.n Io.1 of..lne tendered dlrln.
yesterday following the granting -P ..... I 49'4 49% 49% Sterling Drug ...... 4 43'4 43H. 43% Pineapples. $5.25 Trims day from the Koon- Feral lUnrs. rai Uatiier and our brother. ... father. M.
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j of a passenger fare boost by the r..1 ri Jt Ira ..... 16 16%" 16 16 P,1pI.v&. ("'amp.. 1 20% 2O% 2O% Potatoes. Red Bliss Navy Budget Chapel here the Rev. C. Sl- Barber W* especially wish to thank* tho
CAB. Pennsylvania-Central was Coluia n I ..... 39 11% 11%" 11V"* S-'f.e t Webster. ... 3 15'! 15%. t5". 50 lb. sx. $1.75-2.50 lars officiating Rev H. T. Webb and the KiMUteia-Wis-
V..ulr.dI ........ 4 41 41 41 Mluriehaker Corp ...21 21%" 21% 21""% .
AtJU) 3-8 at 12. TWA 3-8 at 20 3-8 rvnnl "Kulentsromwltk ....... I 24"% 24&1, 24&1, P.,.,.. Oil ......... 1* 9% 9% 9% Peppers bu. bskt. $7.75-9.00 tr GEORGE GALLUP She was the widow of Bloomfield auwton The Famllr.
;Wnd Eastern 1-4 at 21 1-4. rxll; ..... S 30"30'" 30%. Ann.hme M.g ...... 3 11% II', 11H.lit Sweet potatoes, bu. hpr. 12.25-3.00 I H. Howard who died two t
"Eastman Kodak added 2 1.2 at I ComwMh ft South .. II 3% 3% 3% 4 Co ......... 3 34% 143"" % I j I Squash yellow bu. hpr. $$7.50-8 (IDirectJf, American. I Institute, of Public Opinion
Cons Kdisoo i ....... 7 27% 27%" 27V T years Mrs. Howard lived
240. U. 8. Gypsum 11-4 at 104 and C... Vultee ........ 4 17% 17% 17'% IT.... r. .......... S 5014 4014 M"I Tomatoes. crate No quote I PRINCETON, N. J.-Among voters who say they have here f ::035 Winters. Shi was COLUMBUS SHOW CASES
Norfolk & Western 241 Coat BskCoot .......... 1 17'% 17'4 171.0 TeL&. ..Ih 2 5fl' Sfl'4 5014 Turnips doz. bun. $0.85-115 born in New Milford '
,' one at 1-2.1 Caa .......... 4 41% 41% 41%< I I! Tea Pae.g O .... 13 29'4 29:% 29% "bu. $ followed the arguments in Congress over cutting down the j I i Pa. FOR SALES APPEAL
t Modest plus marks were retainedby Coat Motors ........ 1 10% 10% 10% Tex Pae L Iruet ... 3 18% 18% 18% Turnips, hpr. 1.00-1.25.., for the and the sentiment of the I The body will be sent to Washington -
U. S. Steel. Bethlehem. Montgomery I. Coat Oil !WI...... 4 38 37% 37%' Tide Wat *. Oil: .... 1 38% 38% 38% GrapefruIt. box $1.75 ,I II budget Army Navy, D. C.. for interment Wed Slade-Booth Show Case Co.
Con Ftehsote ..... .10 56% 56% 54% I Trans Jb West Air .. 8 20% 20"% 20", I Oranges. Valenclas. box $2.25-3.00 majority is opposed to any reduction.
Ward. Sears Roebuck. International Craae Co ...... 4 36% 36'4 56% TrI.("...., Corp ...... 55" 6% 6% nesday in Rock: Creek Cemetery. "first 1m tutor*!"
Harvester. Douglas Cracible Sterl ...... 2 33 32'11.' 12'4 T...,' CFos ....... 19 33% 33 33'. Temples box 2.25 I' Pres. Truman's budget called for about $11% billion IK Reed Alley Between
Cnrtle Pubii.hf .... 2 10 10 10Crtissanghl Uri I (No change in prices from yes
Aircraft. Boeing. Consolidated Edi for national defense by MISS ELLEN SCARBOROUGH W. FiB and W. Church Tel Z4CT1
..... I 5"% 5""% 5% ,. Bag A; P.... 3 31 3014 30% terday. : <. I
son. American Smelting. Air Re 0n.&c tni. ,. Carbide. ...... 4 10O'4 1OOS 1OO% largest Hem in the budget. Obituaries LEESBURG-MISs Ellen Scarborough -
duction. Anaconda. Johns-Man- ........ 1 S7<4 37 V4" 37%" I nioa Oil Cal ..... S 21V;' 21% 21% I substantial reduction on died at a local hospital i)
IM I.aes ft .'no... S I' I'aioa Pacific ....... Ay
SIt I 1 124 124 124
yule Santa Fe. Great Northern Detroit Edisoa ..... 11 21 27 27 Vniud Air Unes. .... 27 25! % 25% 25% j I I Eggs and Poultry I amount military chieftians MR HARTWELL TOPLIFF Friday after an extended illness. DEEP FREEZE MEAT CASES

Railway Paramount Pictures. 1)1.4 CO..8n. ..... I 1514 Ji&l! 15&1, nlted Aircraft .... 14 18% 17%" 18%, I I claim would seriously hamper Feral services for Mr. Hart- A native of FlorIda Miss Scarborough
Loew's and Texas Co. Jlss. Mjas ........ 2 11'% 11'% 1114Dou.I. Iniud Corp ........ 25 3%" 3% 3% JACKSONVILLE (AP) Florida nearbyfresh military and ou who died Saturday had made her home herewith Reach.ln RefrigeratorsCOMPLETE
prestige
.. Aircrslt, ... 3 55"%" 6834 681"", nited Fruit ....... 6 49% 49 49 I esss: power
The day's losers included Gen SF..t.sa Bited (;i.. I..p.... 4 23% 23% 23'* : AU sales to retailer abroad. at Orange Memorial Hospital her ssiter. Mrs. O. H. De- EQVPEV FOB

eral Motors. Chrysler. Goodyear. Air. t. ..... 43 2 Hi" 2114 21 4 I'nit-Res Drug ..... 16 9% 9%' ItT % : Het Mkt.Cur following lingering will Witt. the last five Previously -
Grade A Wt. month IMMEDITE DEEayI
F.s.ts.. Kodak .... I 2O 240 240 S t.ypsnm ....... I 104 104 104 I!1 Critics of the budget however I Ule.
Bendix Aviation American Tele H Power ft U ..... S 17S 17% 17% IT ft Indus Chem ... 4 49% 49 49 I __ _Per.24os dl. Per 4 82* have maintained that there is always be held Monday at : a.m. fromSt. she had .Jacln- General Cooling & Heating Co. '
phone. North American. American F.......... Y.I !31 ...... 2 14'%" 14 14 IT H Rubber. ....... 29 52% 52% 52% I Lae Medium --T 21 47 water that be James Catholic Church. < yUle resident for more II I
some can 48 W. 1 M
Water Works. General Electric. t... P.S 8.rIce.. I 291"* 29H 29U" U 8 Steel ......... 23 73"%" 73 73V4Walwerth t Small __________ IS 41 i services be held C..la 'e
i:,Je RJt ........... 11 10%. 10)4" 10WT W Extra large _____ 36 .6 1 out of any budget and i Ror wi year.
suez Surviving three other sisters
American Can. Standard Oil tNJl. P Co ....... S ll'4 11%, 11"%. j Sales direct nUUu to consumer this case appropriationscould 7:30 p.m. Eiselstein- are ,
American Woolen. New York Cen P.... Tel S R.4 .. 1 %" T%" TV" Warner. Kros Plot ... 12 16% 15% 15% i,I I Ret Per Wigginton Home for Funerals. The Mrs. Blanche Long, Mrs. Eva R
F..n. T I; a... 1 56*" 56H 54 M. West. Joel dug ...... I 31 %" 31% 31% Wt. Dos be cut without too much
i j Grade A sen and Mrs L.'D. Morgan %
will be
tral. Southern Pacific. Northern rli.'tote ........... 1 32 4 32% 32% West 1.. Tel. A.... S 2O% 20* 20'a\ I I, Per 4i CmLr body forwarded to Spruce I L 0 0 K OClS
Pacific and Baltimore & Ohio. i Flon.U Pow ........ 1 1C% u'A 1674 iting Air. Br ..... 4 33 32% 32"% ______________-- 24.c.fJ 88 I damage.In testing public sentiment Pine. N. C. for Interment. i .Jacknvie. and several nieces .
Fractional curb advancers 0 "...".. Flee ....... 23 25% 25V4" 25% Medium _______ 21 82i on Mr. Topliff is survived by one 144 'I
(',. five: .......... 10 35, !l5" 15% Wheeling steel ..... S 41% 41 41 I i Email __ It 45 the matter. the Institute first ask
were American Cyanamid Gen Fwds ......... 5 $31j 113'4 45% Whit. Motor. ........ 1' 26% 26% 26% Extra lane __ __..__ 2t 62 ed voters whether they. had followed brother. Cooper C. Topliff. Spruce|i Services win be held from the'Page Paint before fly tim.
American Gas Colonial Airlines I li.. )Motor ........ 17 60'" 60 60 illvs-WeriaBd .... 5 11%" 11% 114.1 i Sale. to Sale to Pine. N. C-.and three sisters. Mrs.' Theu Funeral Home Chapel [
I... Pub Vtil ...... I 14%" 14% 14"- l... Co ........ S 14 14 14'' Retailer Consumers arguments in Congress for A. A. at 1 1 am. Tuesday. Rev.O'Farrell Plenty of Outside Whit
i Creole Petrolnem Middle West Gillette Sal R ..... 10 2. 28""% 29 Wool...... (FW] ... 3 4"% 48' 48% Ll.. Dressed UT Dressed and against reducing the Army- Fiezel. of Orlando; Mrs. Nina f
Corp. and Hnmmelross. The total wdnck (BFJ ..... 1 65% 45"% 6i! % ; Worthing P M ... 5 II"" 61 61 Florida Dressed A; Dr'wn a; Dr'wa I I Dean, Spruce Pine and Mrs. John l, of St. Pau's Catholic Phon. T. W. Mayo-5740
iMdfnr T ft R .... I S5 55 55 y Fryers 2-3 lbs __ 35 81 41 62 Navy bude. Glenn. Paso Texas. Church will Intermentwill
here wu 90.000 shares versos Painting Decorating
Gs.h.s-P.ig(4.. I 4% 4""% 414 OUCh.I Ra *; T... 2 7'i (7% C7VEonite Broilers under E B
in
140.000 a week ago._ __ (.t JXorlha Ry PI... 4 U 42% 42% Z 2b! _Uh 35 SI 41 12 Slightly more than four Inner b the Lone Oak Cemetery.
Bonds were steady. At Chicago <;"'>.ovnd Corp ..... 11 51 30"-l1 Products .... 1 9"4Approtimate I I Hen heavy 10 [43 per cent] said that I MRS. WALTER GAUNT |
(;rm Aire Ka ..... 4 24'4 23"24" total today<< -340.000. breed ___ h 37 82 42 MRen had been following the I I I Services for Mrs. Elizabeth t FUNERAL SERVICES: I
March wheat was as much as 42 32 48
up (.ull Mob ft Ohie... 4 JJ", 11% 11% lIaM breed 28
10 cents a bushel. Deferred wheat ball Chi ........... 1Hart 60'11.' 60% 60% Old Rooster 20 30 24 35 tune, while the rest said they Gaunt, 63. who died Thursday at I For Mr. Herman O. Boyette of I See Us Before You
CHICACO LIVESTOCK
contracts advanced 1 1-2 to 4 1-4. H CIUCM.O tAP) (t'8U' Salable hogs 500 Mew. York dressed (feather off and bled 52cents. had not been following the her Daytona Beach home will beheld I II Taft.ho was injured fatally in
to retailer 43 un"ta consumer I
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Srh ft X. 1 sss 35% 35%
corn 3 1-4 to 3 3-4 and oats off Hayes. Ml% ; ......... I 7""%" t%" T% f.estimated], total Bot give..; compared week I' arguments of both sides. I t I Monday at 2:30: pjn. from i; an auto accident, will be hId at I a
llomeetake MI. ..... I 40% 40>4 40% ago market' 1.00-1.75 lower most. declines, Sales to wholenien by tlrocueen .eft- Eiselstem-Wigginton Funeral 3 p.m. SundayInCarey Hand Fu-
"8 to 34. Cotton was up SI.25 .. weiKhta above 280 Ibs ..01 *a sowsslthle 2 Jb lower for h.. ....Iab'I
crafT cents
llontloa Oil ........ 10 21"0 21% 21% per Those who said they had followed Home. St. Cloud. The Rev. ReviloSUndish i
$2.15 a bale.Associated ...... rattle 300 estimated. ): total not BUY
I' lIadao. Motor I 17% 17%" 17% the arguments were asked:
Press 60-stock composite I given, compared week ago: Following fairly I COTTON CLOSING I will officiate. Intermentwill
lUIouis C..t.$ .... 10 26 25% 25%" actvie markets. esrly IB the week st fully NEW YORK (API Melding IIrm th..1 "Do you think Congress should in Mt. Peace
was up .1 of a point at 'iBMrUfcs Inm ...... I 12% 12% 12% stead prices fed steers. ..eI vrarliage broke out yesterday session cotton futures flit* reduce the amount of money > b. Gaunt is Cemeter. I 'tnt neI= 'fatMIWES I
65.2. a high since March 7. and Ins llsrrrstcr. ...... 7 84% 83',". 84% sharply at close; compared I.t. last week torwd at the fay's Best levels with lain* of, which the '
las Nick ...... 12 choice steers and yearlings 50 lower medium .? .15 kale ... slowHem Army and Navy have husband. Walter Gaunt; one son
I the week showed advanceof Caa 32% 32%" 32%" 81 5 t* 82 a the previous !
on \ an 1st Piper. .......... 19 47'% 47 47 ..eI good grades 25 75 dow.. good gradesshooinr demand t.t.dll.. mills and cem- asked for?" I j I and one daughter. Arthur Gaunt General Ic
1.6 points best upturn since lit TrI Tel ...... IS 14% 14""% 14% manmnm KM*: all grades. fed betters ,mission houses centered In July, October andDecember Percentage I Mortgage
the period ended Feb. 1. For the 4JeI.Na.vIl1 finished 25-75 under week s high time eentraets There was eeneloerawl and Mi Ane S. Gaunt. both,I MERCHAIEFebral I Real La
and generally SO lower than lait week largely I ; Should reduce 34
..... 1 124 124 124 translerrlng trim nearky to deterred aesi- ; one brother. Wil
day. 720 issues registered. Of ,1..... A L 511 ...... 11 35'4 14" 34" I steer run with killing qusllty. Botireahly' I tlerts. Should not ... .. .. 60 Collmson. Methuen
these. 348 rose and 170 fell. Theweek's K improved proportion good t. nveragecfaoiceofferings j Buying was stimulsted kt ......,. of la g. lam Masse -Hif Clrea&q I Oe Bllt. I I
....- No opinion ... .... 6 Agency
marked Iry Bros.
most active stock was Columbia tt_._" c14p ..... I 46'4 45' 4914Kn.rC showing. strictly ,'ln" planting operations In the cotton lone.I a sister. Mrs. Ma Drons-
......... medium grades both steers and heifers small I Hal
1 46'11.' 46% 46'11.L '. Many traders visualized a considerable tlght- field Haverhill, Mass.MRS. .
Gas. up one at 11 1-2 on ..... light stock, cnttl la fresh. receipts veryscarce I I ning supply_ of spot. cotton ketor the ne. The pint of view of the largest Small Loans On TeL 518)

.talk of a dividend hoist. I Uhljfc C ft IT ..... S 11% 11U 11" rows closed; rsaaer..stead cutter.. but. snj medium common.." good beef> crop will k* availakls.f is that 5 long as no HARRY OHSE 1

The Big Board Improved Monday beef cows lost .early .d........ s.eennni. >. set Trading In irehmio than was-heaviest,... for S Saturday general European peace settle = Real -
more a Estate =
Mrs. Ida Belle Onse. 62 diedSaturday
minimum .be-Ii,.. .->r week at _. bulls weak .. 50> | ment has been made and .
640,000 shares a Open High Lew La t
on In purchaser who felt that a"bust" I I.1.-ens.. ,i ....Ipn ........IJr 1002.00 oft.eitreme ; May 34..4 35.OO 34.77 34.99.3S.00 up SS to !1C continues her Rusi- evening her home. 519
for a full session seven might eventuate. top choice. led steers with weight I 101'', 33.11 33.3* 33.13 33.28.29.M up 21 to 29 Anderson St.. following a short
month. Soaring commodities. The list extended the advance 29.50; several. loads 29 00; larreavd ...pi.irbir. If' Oct. 30.OO 30.25 30,OO 30.28) up 25! eign policy we should maintainour illness. Get money quickly on your
Mrs. Ohse
with wheat the daily limit of steers aad yearhags 26.SO-28.SO an,I I I 0... 29.2U 2 .40 29.20 19.40 up 43 strength un had been a resident -I boose red
up Tuesday on 660.000 shares with I better. ; Terr few light Tearliogs aboe 26.00. I I Men 28.iS 28.84 28.CS 28.90M up 32 mitl of Orlando the last years. -no tape. Lan
ten rents a bushel at a 38.yearpeak rail and industrial "blue chips"up j I I.but Seller. arallag 1054 lb.. made 26.S3. May 28.3* 28.*. 28.36 21.45M up 30 I ban&e. I|i I her husband 3 Harry I made in Orange, Seminole and
mott chirfre heifers 24 OO-26.00. aad I Bides
good .
tended to restrict stock one to three points. The marI I I grades 21.5O-23.SO at clone, out tide strictly I NNominal Middling spot S* UN up 22. Typical of this attitude Is the Ohs. is survived by two son i Osreola. Counties

ket inched forward Wednesday on g.iod beef corns IS.00. BMMt good kinds 16.OOaad NEW ORLEANS |IAPI| Cotton future .... opinion expressed by a businessexecutive M. and John Lester ,

I 760.000 shares largest aggregate 1700 roller: buIlt la bent. highly egos competitive 15.50-15.50.trade nanun at.. Kneed her yesterday on ...,.n.., which was I interviewed in Boston: I i| both of Orlando; one sister. Mrs. I

lof the week. but cautious selling ll,00-12,75. heavy.. ......". bulls closed at strength stimulated In by wheat.weekend The short market covering closed firm and I I "'Ve' never be able to bargain .. E. Carter. Tampa and a broth- i FIoridaCredit
kept in the minus 16.75 after h..... ..seb.4 IT.2S; pnrticallat ... .. i
pivotals .5 .
many ...... cents to $1.75 a kale .r. effectively with the Russians by i er. Bryant McCorquodale. St. PeI -
top. bulls 16 SO: at close estretne May 34,1. 34.95 34.7. 34.92.93 I I i
: ranks. Nickel Plate preferred outside choice ....1..... Up 34 tying one arm back.I I tersburg. INVESTMENT
26.00. mostly 25.00 J'', 33 I
13 33 31 33 66 33 26-29 Up 27 bhd ou
' KeystoneI jumped 3 1-4 on a $1.50 dividend. dOo.. stock cattle. steady .. 25 lower. at I Oct 30.07: 3O:20 30.57: 30:1S-28 Up 17 I(i This is no deliberatelyweaken I Eiselstein-Wigginton will announce .21 W. PINE ST. ROOM I f i

The only average dip of the ere 21.50 21.dowB 7S. .. IS.00. best fleshy light", feed Dec 29.IS 29.33 29.15 29.33 Up 24 ourselves; It will make the funeral arrangements lat- 1 ,b fairwif cat! W Craai Taeatf* i
Mch !28.66 28.80 28.66 28.828)) 20 _
week occurred Thursday as floor ftalatile' stieep. 100 r..tlm.'pd1. ]: total not .. Up rest of the world think we're soft er. iI "I DID
traders cashed quick profits. given. ; compared week ago: Blauirhter lambschud CURB STOCK LIST I and I
',i Custodian Dealings tapered to 630.000 shares 4O-7 lower alter making mild t furnished I through courtesy of Uerrffl. fabby. I I I MR. VERNON SCHMIDT I
early rains. late trade dnll *Bd at ......I Pierce Lynrh. Fcnner & Beane. I argument in favor of I I A PRETTY GOOD :
bottom for a full session since p.l.t IB four weeks. fed wanted Weetemlambs Aluminum Co of Amer .7.. cutting the military and naval Mr. Vernon George Schmidt 33.
from eons' belt feedlolt pre.h>minatiug. Amer Cranamld Co B h died at a local hospital Saturday.He "
Aug. 15. last. Scattered favoriteswere 4$ ,
--- PAINT JOB EH?
but avproiimalelT IS loads Tulorailos altered; Amer Jan At Elec. 4O', I budget. as seen by voters is typified is survived
by two
== : ==: sons John ,
buoyed by earnings sum- quality largely rood and choice .with bulk bf Ark Hall Oas A 51. in this opinion from a housewife -
maries. Atlas Tack was up 5 1-4 lambs scaling. 105-112 Its; week. s bulk g..o.1 l land Brewsier Aeronautical" ______h_ 4H I in Cleveland and Michel both of Milwaukee: You'll be of
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Funds I choice. ted ......... lambs 25.00-21.75. top. Barium Steel __ sw I four brothers Edward and Len- proud your
points on 100 shares first sale 23.75 Ion. around 10 ears lucludinr two dou Creole Pet Corp .. 29 i I i "People who pay taxes will get slick smooth Job
since March 12. Pennsylvania- 101... of 111 II.. r........,., few late sales,. Cities Service -l. -;).---.-- 304 fed up with having to the ard. also of Milwaukee; Lawrence point
1 Central Airlines dropped 1 7-8 good and choice: wooled. lambs 22 50-22.75. Colt Patent Arm:;- -- -----. 331, carry ** Detroit and Earnest Chicago; andfour when you use quick
STAN COMSTOCK iBTl.ding lie 1 Ib average, at in.ide price. Elec. Bond & 14'4 load of a big army in peacetime.
when directors took no action on medium aad good wool.kins 21.00-25.00. Fairchild En*. Airplane Corp.- _-_-_- 3"-. I Generally speaking the American sters Mrs. Anna Stransky.Mrs. ( drying TEXOLJTE
iBTCstmeot securities derk good ..d choir Glen Alden Coal Co ________ < 1 and Mrs.
debenture interest due April 1. 96 lb. Fall .born" to n 17 rm I' Re Bm. '
.J M nearly full wooled fed lambs 23.25. two Or AtL Pac Tea. Co. ___u____ 102 I{I public has f9r many years taken Age PAINT from Pitt-
FkoM UOS-Tel.tnIe DB A last-hour upswing Friday lift ........ irnod. and choire. 9ft and 100 Ib Fall Humble Oil Rel .-. 6O the side of the case in a al Mr. man's I It
OrlaadoRepresenting ed virtually all departments with .horn 22.SO and 22.Ml. small lots good and Hecia Mining Co--------:::= = 13 I>f ArYs Mary Rathga Fntan. Calif. I goes on
j Kalser-Frazer ___ ___ over defense appro- I
71,
choir yearlings 1400-1S.00. carlota noiand --u i The to easily dries in
T. Nelson O'Rourks a volume of 710.000 shares. 280.000 choice around 9O-10S lb. Wethers(salable Kroger Grocery ._u _,-_-_,_.._.__ 46*. priations. |I I forarded ; a Jiffy
Inc.Member of which came in the concluding t* 2O.OO. slaughter .ewes scarre. steady, Niagara Hudson Pw Corp. 9 I I INilesBeementPend I Milwaukee for services and Inter y" to a smooth sparkling
Co :.:==:: jjs I IPantepec ment Fairchild Funeral Home. .
small lots goad and choice 10001025. During the 1930s polls found by .j
NA.S.D. period. Oils pushed forward as Oil of Veo.Sonotone ____________ San finish!
carlots good and choir fed .. for loan It
Davt...... Brh Fit Standard INJ1 raised prices of 10.50. ewes quotable CorpJSchultn _u 3 public opinion substantially In I a "
Inc. __ 4a. accord with plans to build up I.I MRS. HOMER DOVALDSOV a "Yes. Come on into Pittman'sthis
petroleum products. Dome Mines That folks call
shy
Stand P.. a; Light ..____ 2'. me ttY.s
i slipped on a dividend reduction. C"A'N'RANlacrlIc'r.o St. Regis Paper C... ._________ I'. the Army, Navy and Air Force. I I Mrs. Vernah B. Donaldson of I INennedy Man" You can get S2S to $ week and look over
I4PJUpr Tamua ElectricTechnicolor: uuu_______ 31 N. Y. died a local signature ale, furniture o
Jli.h Los VIne --- -.--______ l4a There Is wide public support I Complete privacy. .u. our eye-catching Texo-
------- hospital Saturday an Illness -
'lIF.'T'f.o .-.... Textron ,- ___ 10 too. for peacetime compulsory payment!. Up to IS tom; lite colors!
2.75 265 2.75 2.86I Thermoid ; ___ 12'h of several Mrs. Donald :
I 'f.y ...... 2 594 2.60" 2.57'4 59974 i : Twin Coach- -- -. __ -- 15'. mitar training in order to main had day. i 0 most leans.
I Jir ...... 2.25% 2.27,% 2.24 2,27Peso. I United Drug -- ::______-_- I', large ----- reserve of trained Over
For Sale By Private Owner ...... Ll634 2.1.%. 2.15% 2.n"" United Gas Corp. h__ ______--__ 15"I here since 1. ad.e; .below. U you p
{'nR Ta. Coal dt Coko 11'. military personnel. Even before I She survived by her husband lI you can stop In to Station
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.... __ I Every Morning
11..11 l.n
1.4 1.2 1.13'4 I, the war ended polls were finding Homer H. Donaldson and I pck up the cash in one visit.Open .
Slay ...... 1.7ft 1.71'%" 1.4; 1.70'( PORtION aJlCH..NCaI a -
i .1,1 ...... 1.t'3'4' 1.t'4' 1.3"' 1f'5'' %, i Nrw, TURK LAP) cnmg Foreign FS.cbscf. large majorities in favor of such daughter Janette D. Don MO. ,Fri.J. Closed. S"L ,.5 7'lfL"
Mi
Evenings hv
Individual Licenses Appoaunent.eZSC7ZJFIMANCE
Three Liquor i ......
Sept. 1.5'l.eo'4" 1.51 1.60 I I ..rates fellow tUreal Bntain la dollars.o a peacetime progam aldson. body will be for

01"51I..h -.... .'3 .1' .1In* .92 i>
I In good locations in Orange County-two with modern M.. ........ .16% .87%, .R5"o .55%, 6 3-16 per cent discouBt or 93.61V. 1.. B.. : the most recent poll, reported to Kennedy for servIces Ca
Jnt ... .77., .n", .76% .76%" Ven5.0p3jafare.t. : last
j month found 72
"-'pt. ...... .... ..T2.71 .T1% Europe: Great Bntain 8401 II-16. BOIchanged per and Interment. Of Orlando -
Will sell
restaurants in connection. separately or com 0451EvSanh ( : Franco 'Franc] .84f,. unchanged; i cent in favor. 23 per cent opposedand 24 5.otli
4,555
bined. Principals only. Terms to responsible parties. 1.111).1.1. .... 1.5. 1.1' 1.41% 1.49 '.e ,
(l5ra'nI (tell l| 23 4O. unchangedI.SI1B Salney
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..... Services for Mrs. Evelyn Crum I
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ThOSe curious and without capital, please refrain from 5114. ..... 21.00 1.00 2'.00 8.10 changed. BraiU KMrwaTf Ire* 5.50.* i m uchaaced free 24;44.Meats aaI June Hover Trumpet ley. 47. who died at an Orlando 'ts.lts.I55.WS,. I -
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answerin;. Address Box 508. Sentinel.Star. ... : .uaKrd.WIVES hospital Fday. will be held at YES_ II :

Player To Wed AgainLOS the Clermont Cemetery i II I 1- J_ 5.3044 YS I -

at 11 a. Monday under direction -1 '

"AND MOTHERS OF DUNKING MEN ANGELES lAP June of the Kurfiss __ 1
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Feral ,
1 Haver. 20. of the films and trumpet Home. Groveland. The .

ALCOHOLISM plye Jimmy Zito. 23. plan M. Embry of the Clermont Methodist II YES. WE HAVE IT. A ONE PACK HEARING AID 2

CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH I ........., Treated 0 WitS to we the second time thismonth I Church will officiate. INCHES WIDE AND 4. INCHES LONG. WEIGHS 6

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St hub ITY HEARING TO ALL EXCEPT THOSE
BRAKE RELINING DRUMS TURNED 4280 C A-MM Catholic Church. James Asten. U. S. Army,
S.. They eloped March 9 to Las Fort Benmng, and Ralph Asten.Rossville. VERE HEARING LOSS AND FOR THEM WE HAV A

LATEST EQUIPMENT EXPERT Vegas, fo a civil ceremony. Ga.; a brother, NewtonNILLWORK AID USING ANY SIZE BATTERY NCESSARY.UP

45 VOLTS. NO MORE WEIGHT !

WORKMANSHIP NEW ENGINES I GOOD HEARING IS OUR RULE FOR FITTING AN FOR

Easy Payments On Overhaulinc I STRUMENT. HEARING FOR YOU COMES
On Easy Payments Motor Rebuilt Brake and CABINETS SASH STORE FTXTUBES DOORS BETTE
Wheel Work-Wrecks Rebidli-Ienderi Ref.nitbed FIRST WITH .
Tires Batteries. I SPECIAL ITEMS I ,

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REAL LAW and FURNITURE nn.REFRIGERATION &ETC. household ARMY ODhet. pillow cases r BAROMETERS I 13 RANGE duty.I I HOT WATER BEATER
EAT prai REAI .D .D tero.t he. -20-cal. Duo- NELSON DOLLY- 65; TOO X 15!
FRI broker Ished stoves and drar_ from S1.5O. reduced. Ph. 6
I OR. .. ; 1.1 mo..r. r Spl I t.el b .pr.c !u 81 a.1 therm-fully automatic heater I ply. heavy duty U. 8. .
MC ..a. Classes start e.c week. 139E. paired. R. A. H PIt rebuilding repairing cs. coln ..blnket a"rO!, ment Co. 390 N. Orange dial I II P.m. or see at Orange Brand new: 873. 1825 C.rU.o Ave. and wheel ran lets R 1SOO
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Pine St. Phone Phone 20421.FLOOR Ferguson Thousands of ple. Trsll. i tub &
Rfler.UO no. a BIO I Winter .
phone Morgan's Ssivsse. 46 I CLt I 111t but I I : : complete 13. B. 62OSunnyslde
ATTEND OU T or evening classes SANDING finishing cleaning I I ot rI H. BC RANGE FURNISHINGS 4'' Ct.ORGANSPipe.-
where who is a specialist waxing. "Orlando Floor Surfacing AUTOMATIC WATER BAT Parrish Bard..r. 220 S Orange. I G codU win sl Wetbs. ; First boas W. electric
I Club.
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In his Is present to answer Co.** gives satis I Electric 1030 and Phone I II I
SenUnel.Sta I. ,o .u.r.nt licens Mertlnds.- Limited laOa. 2111.I i M;: *L Mrs. Parch. Can I Studio. Home ChurchC.. W,
Want-Ad .ue.tl. Bookkeeping and aoot fa.on. Experienced .okea I Convenient CHAIR-Occasional style; twin beds FLORIDA FIELD 8"uUf11 I be day S* after S. week j j' Kimball Organ Co, Box 1607 West
Rate ancy C-P.A. problel Com e. .Dde moem euipment. RADIO SERVICE-Speedy. dependable let. I.ta.tol. I bicycle now ..a.ble ,. j i iCo. I Palm .
fie
Federal tax K.lwr. Vogue I complt. Chld' d.L aD B.c.
pl.t Inme cun L .o.ne. 189 O.ole t.r.. E. ..- I| place re ornamental '
Daily par kiss Block. Colonlaltown dial erOu. st. 13 with metal AlumI
2 B.ll.wp. 8hrh.Dd. 0.- 783. borders or gardens .construc HAOople. I OVERHEAD GARAGE DOORS -
(Minimum charge n .1 p. dYl service FURNITURE .1.r.nt service on an m.kel 3136.ASBESTONK. I CHURNS-Daisy. 2..1. hand tom of houses- Slay .Evans Knee St I inum; steel wood. Smyth LumberCo.
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Me KMMinimum rprn. ApproYe for UOIEtudl. Waterproof board: rhurn: .l chico. Winter Park 1490 FairbanksAve. I 25 E. Pine. Phone .. N. Or.D. AY. and RaIlroad
Sunday POT .D cl coueh. 137. bdulYI ne. radio and phonographs: combination Knox ..11 eltr
Br "!'. j 3/16th Inches thick. 4x8 ft. For tr. C. P._ Phone BAND DRILLS_
; char** fbrI delll. Upboltn OIL SI'OVZ-3 burner Florence. Good
tarial Accountancy 2.3163.
M Church. phone Sho 31 South; 921.FR a .p.lt". Orlando's most .ho.e. b.tm. .. .. Bun- I FISHING TAC reels line drtllB. 81.50: also edh'l I I condition. 1313 Francis Ave. Ph.

3 Consecutive Days 11 lln* a day St 2-3 SANDING-Waxing. polish-; dr. a. N.brata CHAIN HOIST- screw sear; bait. SlC cost 319 Knox Stores Co* 25 6806._______
7 Conseentiv Days day modern shop chain hoist. Hardware. W. Colonial 2-3163.
lm A complete at reasonable equipped t care for AIRPLANE MODELS-Complete stock I I H I 9x12
16. Travel Information .1 220 8. I RUGS-two
(Count I Averac ) all BOOORailroad Phone 2-1841. I I ORAL ao
and
Skilled .ortm.DI. model ocn. [ FOLDING CHAIRS-an Ito? East Concord .
ataUonal (Out .State! Mate* and tickets anlinea. 'prc eul"leat a r.dl troubles Including F and boats rcn. c.n Model COOKING UTENSILS .o I I time chair. upholstered le., with PTe. l-bM. n.. 2.
RESERVATIONS .tlI s.t
Lion of .. "ltl OIL CANS-l. 3 and 5.sallon
30e lln within 6668
Insertions place Baleya.
Bind per backFor ,
any .lutn1m. .
BXinniland Travel 1 8"Ue. 21 Or.nl. ah1 ehu.h. ho.1 Stor!: Co E Phone H. H. Parrish Hardware, 220-
Bveaa parking
Hn day 3Pi. hour television. Ample less steel Pyrex. Pne. 2-311.
3 Conseeutiv Dart 2 a Phone 5301.CRICAOOLadY I I.nt Orlando. By or l.cte t ANTIQUES Italian Kx institutions. Wrte ..
X. 14 Phone
T CUn Day 2 J a day and .od.d Call Wilson Gooey prints clocks: J.rl.lr Styer Co. 25 E. Pine. 2311.CHUC Alton Rd. Beach. Florida.FURNITURE BEATERS Electric: at closeout O.n. 2-184.
3 drivinf lat April Leonard Hdwe. accommodate auto radio .m.. prices variety; OFFICE Immediate
(U 2-218. S"11 plating done in our ORA.-Hlnners. Electric w fl o.lhot EQUW-o
itart la th* Olu. take 3 or 3. Share expenses. Ref FURNITURE REPAIRED Antiques while Tr.dlnl p"t. 210 W. Curh. motr. .tP. Atn.cty. w.11tc.s. I I Slaughters 48 C.ntrl ) deUnrtJwtr d.t
W&A.
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you -parking
tables
X. Egan. Lady Lake BAND
and Mrs. .ltr.De FOR SOAP-Firestone DeLuxe hand cba.
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Monc .prt er.a. Pin fuitu fflsh. cndito. dial
ths Sentinel aD T I to fan prd. OI, from Street. N. W. Trs Methodist table electric SAI..M. p.,' soap: $1J per do*. FIrestone Oran Equipment C 39 J. Oranse. ,
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I St.t maneger. Church. ,. .
and
Orlando Star on U dk DTZON. April ,. estimates. R. .Co 1122 Sott APPLIANCES-Immediate delivery. gain. IS book e.s. $.91: ..rdrb. Concord. 55.

Tha Want-Ad D.t to open Want lOIDYD Mn Church. 2-221. Britt General Electric. 356 N. COFFEE MKor Pyrex per- new. 50: console r.dlo B SAWS-.8-polnt Dso$2. 3 PANELLING-Whit* knotty pin o ,

from 6:30 L P. dally.Bandar I It W. Sproul.dr.er 1114 .Jersey St FURNITURE REPAIR SHOP R Electric water heaters, vacuum clean culators .lumlDU drpl.Con. B$59.50; Boly.o bed. le.tbe up. Knox Stores K. beautifully arte plo. .
Iron 12 anuDeadllno I Cloud. e1 flDb.; rcuphoisterinc. If Orange Are. Phone ers. Thor ironers home fr. H. Prl H.rd..n. 22 S Oanl. board. $.1 1.. roll away beds, Pine. Phone 2-3t 2 p.li. Mill "ebr.
I oth.r didn't give a Job. 19RPROE fans radios electric automatic 2-181 complete 11.t 8plecewalnut bedroom HOT PINE FLOORING-Biding. CeUld
for Bandar Paper Std GOING-T* Elgin Field Sunday or try f.l.. new. .co 2&1 electric ton perfect gift for .ut.! Iprl. M.tm. WAT BT. automatic inc. a waterproof otad. .al
,mis.Advertharri I Monday. Larce Packard have room Washington. Phone 2-1168. CROSEA with or Et. $ .50: rte. $ : .lc terms.o Wyckoffs Bdw 20 or 3O- board. Available at )"leb.ka
1"7 2524
an requested t D for 4. Ph. 7593.GENTLEMANLeavinE. I FLOOR : finishing .rOI.., bottled or city; gas water monds some with rblneston.wtot Her- ".10. $22 50; r..r. unfinished K1J. PIANO-Helntzeman. Lane uprtght$95. -
01 immediately of any I for Ohio next BIO treatment: III bottled or city: gas floorfurnaces. I i 1, mans Loan Office. $19 1 bunk beds complete 331 W. Ave* winter
their ads a. th* Sentinel-Star will t -For effi bottled: oil water beaters: Churh. ..m.Ur$35: .il. and double.new. F.lb.D
bo responsible only one Incorrect week. Will take 2 or 3. Inquire 1505Conway .xprnc modern equipment; work pol cabinet 42" and 54". I CROQUET SETS-.S5.75 t 11 75. springs. 95: HOIST-3 boomr: 2 Hand-operated Park.
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Road.BAVANA. licensed; prompt service: clnt .1 .I Hardware Co.. 10 winches: complete sheeting and
r.nte with
I I I BUlb" 839 SO: 25-pound 1.1
trYO. CUBA-An-expense tours. C. B1r.e. 781._ _ Willard Keiscr.and : ,Dealers.snakes, Commercial appllsnces-42 cu. ft. Church St.CEMEN. : W'I' .blnpt 1 4bu"e Perfection te stove Booms. r.l.. and. tower and cbl PLYODFr D.t 28t Street. Free .D

Can P Tour Travel X. Pins FLOOR SANDING AND PBa N. Mills; 8136. o reach-In rdnlu.t. water coolers, BLOCK CUTTTNG like '* bl7cle. 822 SO; $195. BoDe Cuteinlet deU.P.
Want-Ad I Lanier 5301BAVANA &rc. 3 Prompt .rc. SLIP COVERS electric ranges eletric bake o.eO waste in block constructins. b"1 bicycle. $37 SO .1 uoe. 15 W. Central, I PIANO. U. also 3-barner PerfsoUon >
Mad
St. in home.
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Established my .
PhD. pr.11 p.e uDt electric water h..cr. Bumby Hardware 102 W. 0 Sewell Thurmond Fritur B IB A-l condition.
Dial 4161Classified and Hassan by boat or .. : bnde R.snbl rt. Phone 2-82 Church. I Co. 72 W. Pin 8 Phen 470 HOME FREEZERS Nona a 308 X. Steele .
rd.t
: plane. Call Travel Service. Insured. Stnl Floor C.Phone furt.r Wor.toa Walter J .WUcox. Ine 61 E Robin- CELLO Phileo and Pak-a-way. FlANGe-Upright. good condition
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118 E. .OI.Ddo. 9504. 82. _ SEPTIC TANK D8TA .D cox "Every house needs WesUnc- for SmIGT.. pre b.rd Keiser. Colonlaltown. Phone 5136 j I $100. Single bed. hardly used $23.
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FURNITURE REPAIRED and Ce.ae. Stt ; hcuse. tory. Smyth Lumber Co FIREPLACE EQUIPMENT Hems ICE BOX. sman. 1341
part. 1 Lady win ffl e.r N. prrl.la$35: also H.rO.Winter Park.
Southern In O..
IOWA ished like new. Cabinets bu.ln.; I and 2O* reduced Smyth Lam- Oriental .
first t Atr.U. AYe._ Rild._ I j jCASH |I at .r. rug Cx 113 Mt Vemon PREWAR FURNITURE
share expenses. Lt M.re order. Tlndall Frtv. Co.2323 -TAk-cE every her Co.. N. .. and R.Urad. A. SP
511 Daniel Florida Cash O.nl. Cushman honey "
Apr St Orange: Call 858. : P. J.Burke. ADDING the lightning I RiOIT and
IRONING BOARDS combination -
to MCE. .. serv- -with hiFnj- room
lady .I. FTZDCDITBt .It. ch.ll. tbl.
iIW.Dt. 1.1 or Expenses HOME SERVICE General repairs Permanent rd"Dt .ade. pr.ble. for small busi Ice. supplies S. Main: 8850. tools. ftn. top. $4 75. Knox Stores suite
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Apr ..construction. Windows screens lo.une. Route Ie Bx 21; 2-78. nesses. Co.. Office Outfitters. CtAIRS.-Coilapsible..2 Telephone 6868.y'URNITURZ3room. I .. Pine. Phone solid wood mahogany To_
paid given. Coo and 401 W. Central 9759. Kitchen stools. 2-318.
and TREES Trimmed ; Union walnut dining nit.
6 Flowers and Wreaths_ tact T. I Bflt Box 36. B Cud. bnde.c.ultln.D..n..nl. L.ns. A PA. John Ne.tn.D ARTIST BUPCU5.S-Textlle .t.D Ire Medicine,. c.bi.t. Chrm.hardware.mould- .electric apartment rsnge. scarce including INSUI.ATION-Doubl.WooL- Guaranteed thick or "sIl.i 1 Blonde maple range Baby room b.8.n

Pla. HOUSE WASHED Screens windows 116 Irvin Street. ..phone 2-14. colors; water color sets: I Mills Nebraska.rabl.C Hours 9-11 Smith Lumber moD. r pint desk. Bk .ete
FUNERAL SPA -Individual .' LOUISVILLE. KT.-Or vicinity; rid : Inside work looks like TREE SURGERY. .1. and canessa t Gliddens.ALARM basd. Ave.* .D 2.u funde.ange ., and Railroad.Co. O selL J.ttn.
tentton. Kttnle Fort 64 I wanted: mlddleaged lady. Shareexpenses. paint al. Cleaning and and W1bnle CLOTHES HAMPERS Assorted Am.l. Sand. 229 Boone St.. P 2-79.
Central, 1225 Oolfvlew Ave. College floors our 2307.BOBrROFO ..wnl .Dde CLKSElftrc. self-etart- c.lon$7 59. Orlando Furniture FIGWAIE.. stove: dining liv POP CORN
.pl.I" J. H. Anderson. Ph. log plus t. .. and 615 W. Church.rANOE suites. articles. -Prosen Custard Machines MACHINE-Burch com
Park.NEW and Sheet 2-2524:: :_H E. McOlnnis. Ph. 6469.CPHOLSTERING Knox Stores Co, 25 E. Fine. Phone 11 Besbler. 1329 19th Obe. --3. hardening merl an electric Inquire Srk'.
Sitters Child Care Old Town. Just
10. drive.
Baby 2. help us. wt 316 W.
:
..YORK-t. to ". be.tnc -Sup cnn refinUhinc. 2-311. double .rYe. FURNITURE SPECIALS For this cabinets all cniti. 1 Su Bre Luld.
Wene. attic fans I.t.n.. Phone 526.p We call BICYCLE-Boy's '28 Inch. Balloon elde.. perfect with doable sink In.t ,
DAT CHILD In my bOle. 9665 before 6 pm.ENleaylng. obl..ttoo.c.n Sponson; IS. 16. 17 and 18ft week. 7Hi9 linoleum rugs: $6 98. I
the hour CA ,. P. ply at BrW Wchl.n Ingrain-Brown. 418 Ceuua tires good condition. 121 I Muriel Pine Castle Boat tt Construction Broad felt 9 ft. blue only 1.89 :I Sacrifice one or all and deliver. YOD sheets: % II 1

Mills St. Phone 212.LYR.pobl..etl. 'J 27. Take for 2 Mat HOUSES-WINDOWS ABlde.Dd 2-0006- or 2-2353. : 5401.BOATS Co.. Pine Castle. P. sq. yd. wd. chest of 4 Write I. W. Sudduth. P. O. Ba 86. I .f PoDe 26242.PA1NrOf .

Tura." M.rb mr. out..Floors .. PU- VpBOLTY SEVCe.tapes and boat trailers at reduced COAT-Tellow. size 16. light drawers: $19.75. Imported English T.IPa Pla. all kInds. Opecial Alcohol
Ave. I IINEPNG I
8.
sit with ca 2J Ro.lod ed. Phone Babr. 7228; cn M.IY pattr prices. Alumna Craft 14-ft. boats I Iwith I all wool. $8. Phone 23002. .el.ht deml-tssse sets: 6 C1 and saucers: I resistant for bars end table tops,

.dult pho.2-1 DRIVING t Detroit Michigan DI.ht 2-J08. to choose from. Expr. cars. Were 829O. 825O. j I CORNETS $30. Specials In r.ndl.Uct. MATTRESS-"Siesta'* Mills Nebraoka.PRESSURE .
I March 29. Tr.opr.Uo 1 ..nI HOUSE PAINTING-And washing: on all orders. R.M.Ur.Co. 1122 Dunphy c.ro. moulded plywood -. Caret .trolbo silver pieces: odd pieces of household cn springs 1 or b the COOKERS '

1L. Special Notices I t> drive. M. Brk. 35 W. for expert workmanship see Raker. W. Church. 2221.VEELRplrd. only $175. underslnng boat drm. Music. Shoppe. mu.1 furniture. Bass Furniture Co* 625 W. I I dozen. Orlando Furniture Co., 14 I --Universal.- "Ekeo.."t.T. Pa

. I 32 8. Bryan. Satisfaction guaran trailers only $165.onO ChevroletCo grader Arcade. Ma Church. and 613 W. Curb.IATONA Slot 10 W. Church.
\ ADVICE Psychlo readings daily. ; teed. R St. Cloud. 7734. !I IBEW.lout FURNITURE-New and used. Pay Heavy
circle Tues. 6 p m* Thurs. 2 30.44H 17. Hauling and Moving HOUSES with Isreally slats. Same price as refinlshlnc- sprIng m.Ur. box I I CAMERA electric and projector outfit: port- cash and .. 10 to 25 per cent on po.e cr..lr. call
W. Church St. Rm. 12. Rev. WASHE. .t.m drill: mechanics tools;
Quick service. Charles 2 Bait 65O9.
new. I your purrhsses. Furniture Co. PUMPS Easy
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. VcneU.1
Nellie Cherry; office phone. 7088. ALL VAN LE. IC.-N.Uon'. been looking ropr". 0..1" dlferDtfrom Blinds. 1802 Ed..ter Dr. 2-11. r..lrn..It record player..1.Console; I Ee watch 1842: portable Temple Drive typewriter Win; 625 W. Church St. Phone 120.riiEa"rtne IRRIGATION centrifugal P.elt

AMANDA BRADFORD-Psychic readins Fidelity Storage boushold ao.C.1 hand washing yet no mor VENETIAN B-RP mm.D choice $ I N: Brown.- Monday.BREAKPAST I ter rdio.. FOOD upright pump direct P to V-8 Electric and gasoline dY Deep o
: 2:30 Wed. 561 Wet Warhou lone pensive. In f.c you will your ROOM SUITE-Table. 6 Southern motor, capacity 800 GPU. Can a.lo. well p1mp. '"
ct C for free estimates on your reflbe CAMERA-Eastman b G
umbia A. ph. 2-2331. distance* moving. 56-61 W. Jackson house has a n..paint job. does p107' Venetian Blind Mfg. four ch.ln, maple: e"cUeDt cnditon. I $17.50. Vacuum to.k.;Universal size 122. Store 692 N. Orange. mounted on trailer for portable I t.F. 1911
not affect lowers paint or ; .
8t. Phone 2-3184. .brbbr Co.. 1739 S. Kuhl: 8059.VENEANB 1811 E. Central Ave. tank FRUIT BASKETS Bushel and H Cohoon Machinery Co. 138 W.
BOARD We the.original p$18. Hollywood bed $40. :t
Azalea YOU RIG bon U. AERO MAYFLOWER CO.- r.tr or Steam a. -Window shades BUILDING-New. 1.ly.nZ. 8x8: Metal m.Ur.and spring. bushel: f.tOI shipping type: KNIVES-Pocket, scout and .
LI. 8.ble.. marked Lone .TNSI. Joiner .to UI.. rof. made and stork for.: 845: kitchen I $25 cOlpl.te. Dressers. $ rol $12.I new; p. 30O W. Robinson Smyth Lumber Co.N. Orange .D PAINT Outside .bit Inside .t
P trails.rdlD. Winter Park. Van dlt.Dc service for free W..hln. P. size: aluminum steel or wood bl.ds 2300 Kentucky. Winter i I Chest of drawers: $12 and $18 RollAWay ph. 18. sloss and flat: .

9174-W. estimates: also local moving atorase. Cornice boards any 1.Dltl Park. I, Bed; 122.1. 716 E. Washing FRUIT .JUICERS-Many t"P. 1 R.Uro.d.KE TABLE-And 4 chairs: an enamel. Wilson Leonard H.r.a..

packing crating and shipping. 1400 ful desln.919 W. C.ntrl Orlando. BICYCLES-Girls. boys. Priced for ton _St.CAMP and ap. Knox Stores & .c top; extension 4 W. CentralPhone 2.211.
BABE 8KRV1CB chain ready t S DIvisIon;_ph. 7983. INTERIOR_ PAIGDd d.ortIl Or.n. Winter quick .. 1319 Terrace Drive. ] Pine. Phone 23163.FRYPANSdterl chrome leis. Chrome and t.bl. PEKA Joiner with
received aD
with fast efficient Park 845. no more at i I STOVEu a Irle m.t .
.n DEEMS D Service phone The b.t cot lust off_Conway Road. I Hardware. fry pans In 4sizes. chairs. $40. 1113 W. Harvard. 1.W. Pair
ice Union shop. W* close at Viy Adams. _ _ Bub" 10 banks Ave, .
.tAJ : W. Church. KNIFE winter _
f d. Barber Shop. 6O E. r=: 7673: light and hauling. Years of combined witha BENCH SAW-Lr. tilting t.bl. 2 and up. Knox Stor SHARPENED-Daxey Sharpit,
every load Insured reasonable ratea. school e.r.oe. studying paints WELL DRILLING-We specialize In ]itr et. h. p. heavy duty i CLOSETS-Plumbing fixtures Co.. 25 Pine. Phone wail type .1.9. Knox Stores Co., PLAT GRUD-EQU.Stand-
BOAT TRIPS from Mt. Dora to Silver HOUSE TRAILER Going to Elgin and how to coun apply them gives you small diameter deep wells. 2". 2H" 228. Rld..o Ave. I plete with fittings; immediate; PISHING REELS for fresh and saltwater 2$ E. Pine. 2-318. ;I I and appropriate -
throiuh the beautiful Ok- dependable work for less money. and 3". Can Install well and pum. I livery, cash = casting. H. KEROSENE lift for growing children.
Sprn. Field Sunday or Monday. Can BICYCLES-26-inch boys' and or : Libby Hard- 4- 0
b.u arb' wn. B p.rl On RG&Ne.
l..h Inr. Wis Bt Works house Ph. Refrigerators and furniture sprayedin of P.B. plan. Call or writ B. H. Parrish i Freeman. 711 W. Church St. wa. 220 8. burner. display. Southern Metal r.brcU.
Had..re.
tr.le. 713. Fl Phones. S I O.n. 2-114.1 I ba 221 8t
Dora. own home. Call I Pine Castle. Ph.
phone Lnl.o. Phone Shine
Pi. HERTZ DRTVE-UR-SELF-STSTEM ,ou 2-14. Or.n. 2-1141 I CLIP BARNot size. 7O letter FENCE PT Cypress: 7 ft. ID. SCnt.KC P. -
CR CORSETIERE Brassieres Rent a track by the hour day or WASHING MCE RE-A BINOCULARS-7x50. Navy; Bausch I ILend. size. 1..1 .. Is. Check 3 to 4 I. 1tt 313 p 10 SINKS. M-ln. double dra. PUMPS-Centrifugal 1.1'fo f
! and writ Mn week. Pickup or stake body. 904 N. W* repair Golf rlub 3 ladies: Walter with George St 5 In. butt. 1OO. anylength ,I and f.r 1..Uo. Pic-
L O. Hilton. 121 cnltt. VUIOI Orange. Pkion 20.JOIBE' LANDSCAPING-Fill-In dirt topsoil P.r. We ftDlh. A work .u.r.o Ratio Irons. .. St. i i phone 813.CSTR Stu.r 1 M.I or size desired. Littletree Co. I ret. wtl, .c.blnet. cash or. A Supply .. 63 Church. 6118.
and peat. Call PMlilps.0620 or t.d. H.rs Rp.t In- Phone Winter 598. $39.SO and 18 month. and and galvas-
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CLOTHES-Hand made Local moving; 9926. ice. 707 N. Mills: 217.WE BABY CAR SEAT119 Toy scoot AND ICE er..n machine Pak 9 p. PIE fUln..11..t
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Wyckoffs Hdw. 2524
CRN' display packing. Also ers. $3.89 Ft..ton. hardening FURNITURE-Living room suite. pre- Al Pipe .
Now
at Ammerman's up.Beauty on 20 X. .tr.or er.tl.. Lnl DistanceMovIng. LETTER WRITING and Public steno- DRILLING-Let 1. drill year for Orange and Concord. Fruits and unn).. c.bln.t 180. war o.nture. 3P. excellent LUMBER-Everything In building Supply .. 630 CnuTcrn $ .

Pine. Also made ora.r.80' 506 Maey St. D.1 4965. a .r.ph". P.rte Business Service: home.en or and Install your Easy pump BICYCLES-Westfleld. $49 95: Ro.dI'i In crste. H. M. Brush Ssnford.n.. .t lumber and wood. Colonial Lm PPeCr. like new 375 ..L

t LONG DISTANCE MOVING A 2-128. nothing tl.UOa months p."met. mister $52. Bumby Hardware 102 CUSHMAN MOTOR SCOOTER-1941. FIE3 burner oil ber. Cheney HUhway.Ph.. 2-712 Butr Dv. of LundAye
.tn
GHOST WRI wants special .m points. Packing crating loa LANDSCAPING-Flower .De ab Belmany co. Drilling and t Pump W. Church. I f Moor In .-1 condition. PI..s baby .ar.lt LAWN MO W BRS FAN. proven c.l : 1 block &
.
miio.M.ourlpt edited t"p. In. Snddath MoYtn.tc Co. bert settings. Dirt len.r.1 Supply. Winter O.rd.n Rd.. 1 mi BABY $9 95 and robe trunk: bicycle: 10. .n ity. 4 moel 11.15 up. PIANOS Small .pr.nt I Itrand. sIze

Rs.rcl on .U.br.Uo. I tS .. 8154. hauling. Grass pIDtn. Make your east of Orlo Vista. Orlando hBU WALRtoUe.H.rd.a. .. 102 W. i DININO -ROOM SUITE Just received rh.ir rot.r card et. stock the P.r.* Jopb Bumby 1k like ne. A H.1
home Chu: .
off Hardware W. S. Miller. 8 In.
CODfleotl.1 VETERAN WITH TRUCK d..lr. b.utlu c.Un. 92. MACHINES REPAIRED St. 1 a shipment of walnut moderndeslined Pak. 17-92 Curl pl
hers short equipped to LAWN -We WASHO Machines. All makes I I Orlando across from Echols Bedding Co. LEAF to sold o.e weekend. Terms bo
uEEYRBIdlao.pl HoteL h.uUn. ANGARDENSEVIofer A B.i. : I BRIEF CASES-High grade genuine .ult. Furniture RAKES-Spring .tL$1 I
1645
furniture cement blocks or with Co.. 141 lim Con.nr. Berkshire
lubr. reasonsble. Hsrrell's. leather. All styles. Orlando Office W. Church. nNC PSTFr be.r $1.75. Bumby H.rdwr W. arne...
Spiritualist Read have heavy package motorized equipment. Garden West Side Repair. 410 W. Gore: Church -St. M.nr.
MUI pAKE. .h.t Al. 795. Supply Co. 29 Pine; dial 5114. DINING ROOM TABLE-Drop leaf. bu.I..
I service: 81.0O in city up plots prepared or cultivated.ground IBATIfLBI.r. I closing out at reduced prices. 1(19 PORTABLE MAJESTIC-radio
I
"Alei and I
Tu. P. pholoc.
i. WASHING MACHINE SERVICE-Official with 4 chairs. Upholstered S and 10 penny
broken for lawna. Call
eb.l. Ln J.
Waihlnston. to Phone h. Ph. 2- 9PtIG
Garvln.
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: 10 l. 2-271. Albert (Bud) Marek. 4488. for Manas service; r.1 and de Deluxe Utility 30 gallon hot water tank, city n.l. pr te.T.lpho C. 14
PHOTOS while you wait. Identification WANTED. LA part loads to or Iorm.ton. liver. Barton's Radio ( .. .pproxl.t.l" 50 hrs. i!I 922 Glendonjo Dr. FIOWA. electric range 8p LAWN AND GARDEN TOOLS.-Larc-

photo enlargements plots from Oho Philadelphiaor to Colony Theater). Winter Park. 93. Available April Ist.e substantial DOOR CHIMES-Nuton for any job. dining room est assortment In Florida. Bamby
rlrqi. Ooble'i Studio. 440 W. en Can Immediately MOR REVRE made to or price reduction. A. B. Labisky, LakeSide 4-pc. blond bedroom with innerspring -
rut.
Cal ... Orlando WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS Bumby Hardware. 102 W. Church -t H.rd..r. 102 W. Church St.
to or from Mi .Indo.II.a.: 9.
Inn. Mt. Dora. "
PTN2771lrbok.p WI ... p.r Va.loa. Stra.. Co. 133 Glass Mirror ..; 5249. Service on all makes all 2014 work f. DINE SUITE-Walnut. Table. 4 pe. m.tr m.bO.D" living roomsuite. LAVATORIES HaLO tub closets If I.. plumbing you are In need of-
N. o.r.Dt.d. A Wlacn. BICyc-MOTOR Whizzer. 6 Please phone bl..ce. and cabinet have rood stock of fixtures
ter and heat. Good care. M.I.phol. 12.II MATTRESSES REu.rlt Riley Ave.. See the D. 8949 today. bur.t Kmb.n .rad piano. Can 4980 .lt.fo a
And Can
pnn" ddl.r. Ir.t Porda pipe and flttints. chn
PRpin-NAOD We Laundry Work .ts.ctr our experienced .orkmen ALL MAKES HEATING cotln. Whlrser on now. Convenient DISH size, ..nm.t.l bt.en 36 months prompt and efficient service. Easy
terms. Complete stock of bicycle DRAIEL.rl FENCE POSTS pine. For
collect r.oY.ro. refrigerators accessories Re.r Libby and Freeman W.
with obilgatlons. ..sbe. othe 1 Carl payments. Tracy's. Gotha. Fla County -
no WIlson
12 F. ..tm.t. and Dp b..t.t. and *
Broker. service. Work r.neh.s.
your reol HeDr Bue Co. 1122 W. lu.r.nt. r"I.lr P.r. Whnr Hsrdware 42 W. .rye. f.mer. LAWN cypress; -about 1919-J-13.
8. CLR! WOIN-.Dt. ..hn. R. N. Medlin. phone 7364 Motor Sain. C.o ... FRN.
12 Aye 181"11. 2111.FNEUnus.
SPENCER 8UPPORT8-Indlvldu&1Iy 2-10. I .d E..St Church St. Phone 2-221. 2-32. Phone 2-4687. tral. Phone 2.218.DAZEyrc Used abused 3 It. per.boll. prices; also to about any

designed Mrs. Warren. 1202 5. -IST M Rpar 31. Good Things to Eat_ BENDIX automatic washer. In A-I In colors; also ice be bought all 3D standard 7V -
Washington ph. 2-35 or 235.I I 19. Services Offered .. cond.ton S at 2026 East Central H.rd..r. 102 from Hither of Orlando the homeof 30. bur_CFr. A. J. PORCH FURNITURE-Glass top table. -
W. 5 e.cl 4 chairs band wrought Uknew.
Phone :
2.240.pAINTIO FROZEN CUSTARD Frozen malt A.nue. Curcb. friendly furlt.re: 1 X. Church. Thompson 5O1 E. .
SWEDISH .
ADVICE BUILDERS-And Supply Phone 4518 after 3 p m.
-WJICa T Interior and exterior. and our own make Ice cream to BOAT-Cypress. 2 DR MATS-Your choice. Bumb
year old
for arthritis and Him .uot.Uon. S M. 101. at Mills Prices all through M.r carry home. lane,., 149 N. Orange.rR long. Ideally constructed ; 1 fish-fot .. 102 W. Church St. OAVAN..WARTubs BUlb, Bad..n.P.1 LIVING built ROM. 2-D. suite, cu.t PUMPS, electne oeep and shallow
Nebraska.
., .ent .urU. W. Ple.s can 2-92. Ing. Contains bat well. The best DIAMOND RING-Lady's. $210 buys 102 W. Church $135. 620 I. tptr.1 codU. well. Easy payments, nothing down
:G1br r.ltr. .us.only.WILL 1 ADDING MACE SEVICIP.1 PAINTING Interior and boat buy in County th. b.1\lu 1-3 carat Fr. Ap. 2 and as little as $5 per month. Bel-
Y.I. H.r
.xtrlor
Ldl. ; screens made and r" Garland. 520 Henkel Circle .28 r. B LIVING ROOM SUITE. 2-piece; S8O. many Well Drillln Pump Supply
JUMBO SHRIMP 85 St.r.
;VI V pRDU t blU : genuine factory P.r sup of .I plnt" Park. Sunday or evenings. Rocker $5. Studio cl lol. Winter Garden Rd. 1 mile east af
.. m.t.rl.l Uce.d. bnee DELCOPUMPB. .b.Do.or deep GOVERNMENT SURPLUS Just a Metal bed.
Orlando Office $10. 7087.
91 15 plied. 2 .n .Prl. m.tres Orb Vista. Orlando Ph.
the most for the least at Jo
Ton electric
CARE FOR senU-invalid in private E. Pine: dial and lard. B.m.s. get BRIC-Io .Ir. cut red (ace or c.sln. motors: 25 Fair butane .to. .
114.Aln and Id.'. West Side Pb. tanks. Wyckoffs Hdw short time left. 2-burr PLOWS New John Deere 1 and
R.t.1r.nt pr tousnd 875. 4..1 Te stock getting oil heater; $23. .
bom Good car provided. designs O 44
AWNINGS-Special of t Try our extra large T.b. .tat. Winter or 2-bottom plows. New tractor mow-
.-184. vidual beauty on each home PUMP Open ..m. to 9 Sunday.P.rk bulc. lower ". LAWN SWEEPERS-Larse size $44. er. Tractor drawn scrapers. Orlando
W. P. KELLY. Registered 8urn"o.I 9694 Ventilated Awnings of Orlando SEVCD.P Church St. Pits 1.1. next toPure I DIMONSUnr.demed. real bar B.r.l. 1.r.t .rI.ID. See at B. F. Goodrich. Oarland Equipment Store 7O1 W. Rob

Cvc and M.I Acad.Pon Room 115. 1 E. Church. I or shallow well Myers Pm. Oil St.UonGRPEU. I I BEDROOM ironer. Z.Dth SU wslnut.radio.Kenmore Baby I and bracelets. Bermsn's rings No reasonable offer read and Robincon. rem.
Pr.bl.
6346. L.1 Onee.1
AWNINGS. Trailer Canopies. Tar l.t.Ued. Wells drilled. 2 t 1 th. bed. N. 27 W. Church. PAINT SHAKER-Takes pints quart
;FOR TOUR-amokinc pleasure. try P.1Un. Venetian Blinds. Window Easy payments as I St.. phone 21531.BEVERAGE 6 BUlb A week dealers have been baying LUMBER-Wen tre. long la or gallons this er two at a time
.' our mUd Havana blendedcigars.. Shades. 2-93. Roberts Bros. Vet month. Tracy's. Gotha, Fla County 85e; and Na DRIJO FOUNTAIN-Kelvlnator. ,, pine. Real right pri. Guaranteed one year. Arnold 407S.
Packed 25 to a box. $1.75 2 erans' bu.lne.706 W.Smith: 20963.ACETYLENE 1919-J-13. V.lele. COOLERS 6ft e.p.c .1tol.te therott Bumby our stock. Com la and look around. Also cypress field er.t m.tr& Oranfe.
pr bx dplnr t Ol.ndo.Box ity: 17 cases: fast with H.rd..r. M. m. .
'boxes for $325. If they and electric welding: 574. Pine minimum I Curb. St..r PIANO-Aa upright piano In gcondItion.
YOU return them and money will be machine work .mills LUSCIOUS TEMPLE free for fmtDI. Lr. utility shelf DIAMOND enxarement ring approximately : Pip fittings, clothes dr'n.n Price $150. 433 Sos
G.uP
'rfUlde. Orders mailed C OD. A. and road factory fo. St.I. and polished 3 plDt. 4 .Id. ItOI.a'' LETTER Rsaimnd Ave.PLUMBING .
m.cbIDer PIANO from rest. Bring your con YB
TDO. ntuUd. tbroulhout Walter J. WJ- excellent n.. (alls, cooking arnle m.t
Co 1512 31st Are
O.rl. Car aluminum and brass I. tehtt.. Blossom tainer. $3.25 per ba. 15OO Dr.Northeast cox. Inc. Ave. "The ting. Must sacrifice. Iy.ly st. br.c sprayers c.1 with broW tDI 1. ea C SUPPLIES-Sinks, doa_
'T.mpa Del Machine Works. 131 W. Ksley.ACCOUNTING Pho. i 13
: L Brancheau.PAPERHANGING section Winter P.rk ph. House of West ins house." "everything must Donl miss phone Or.. at1.r .Ma l. bio and sinus compartments.-
so.
-Bookkeepln service. Samples shown. p.D. 118.MATII. lets bath tubs and lavatories. 1137
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I Lost and Found Your office or oars. Business 3O. BICYCLE-Girl's 24"; balloon Ue. Orlando Ave, Winter Park, phone
P.rte estimates expert workmanshlp. -
Free grapefruit fresh
Service. Dial 2-128. Phone 20889.PLUMBINGWest ORG&ne bushel come to fro get _Good condition. 220 Page DOG HOUSES I them. Profile Supply Co. 211 ButOUNrm.D SPRINGS. In H.ro 498-M.
_
GLOVE black tr. I BABY .
L-ne D.npn.. ALARM CLOCKS REPAIRED Any PlumbingA U. King Ft .1401 W. Washing BEDS-Complete painted any at. PAINT outside white and colors;
C.ntr.1 color de..n. pr
Phone 9724. Regular $5.
you
D.nto.a Fid.7. Phon kind of clock or electrical eUip'' Co.. N. Day ton. __ .I'I 0DI" ready mixed or paste; Interior
Br.n $10 95. be I
KNITTING BAG LOST with green ment We fix Bat.r Re I He.tD" 7538. BATHROOM ACCESSORIES good : : for paints prompt delivery: painters
.rtID. -
ripe .. ITEJK.nt.et
and cern thread: uohe piece. pair Shop 48 Ph. 769. Nlht oIOEfU\-T. ; I selection hieh quality chrome; .p.r and movd t S eb.. available: Arnold Paint Store. 407
Phone 2-0994 or PAINTING-We recommend pantea .t d.lku. 11.1 .r 6Oc towel bars paper bold.n. soap ut.. Ll.r. 9 mm* I 110.9. S. Ave.Yout 8. Orance. 2-3786.
.&.e. Mrg. 8. 14. R..o ALUS CHALMERS SERVICE and large or small jobs: free e.\I.ta and $ b.i. alp bu.J U 25 dishes. Knox Store Co 25 I. Fine. Sears-Roebuck Coml.Dr 113 N. Orange good cond.ton P..s Norb O.u. I
B tractors and power units. Arnold Paint Store. 2-3786. plus ..pr. and Phone 2JI13.BARBEC Ave. Box 495 PIANOS-Spinet, new. Immediate de
P.r .
,wSr-3 .. open b.light tra, Borne M.chID"f Co. 430 jic $1 gallon. C. R.Stevens. I dl 81.END sSt.r.GARBAOJ MENDEL UJOOAGX-.Exclusively athumans. livery Robinson's. 831 M. Orange
.r. Finder Ph. PAINTING. : brush and SETS Portable capacity:
W. Robinson: 2.273._ Dor.til 301 W. Par Ave. Ice CAB2O.la West Chorea Avenue.
spray: coml.rl.1 fad.nUa 23354. Juts. Smyth Lnmber Or. Sutr. aC 693 2 Itt
LOST-Half-grown block kitten. Re. .
POCKET KNTVES AU
sixes com'
color
Dynamic ah.I. bl.t Co. N. Orange Ave. and Railroad. TABLES-Corner cabinets cock- N.
.ad. 181 S. Rio OnandeAve.3&AN8 AWNINGS porch curtains. Venetian Inc and waterproofing. David TEMPLE-and Valencia oranges. The tan bar. nick-knacks: O.nC. BOIES-Rural and city. As passes: Boy Scout knives. Her
HAT LOST-Lucerns blinds glider covering. Phone 9826. man Co.. 6773. 1 I best to ship we hive them. Also BEDDREE Chairs tbl..Orlando Woodcraft.bo.c.1500 W. Waah- GAS FLOOR FNAColem.. M patterns. Smyth Lasher .* mans Loan Office 37 W. Church.

SI.. 7'.. .31 8. Main St P Florida Awning Co.. 432 8. Hushey. I foe hems 81 and 8125 b1shel toaster. In..on $50; wood h..tr. If. Oranse andRailroad._ FAINT outside white best grade
PAINTINO-10x12 I 8820.
gains. Phone 5705. 421
walls. $12 ,* Gr.pfrl 71. King Fruit 141 W. A..Ua. MEAT DISPLAY fixtures by paste: enamels flats and emttrlOM -
ELECTRIC
II. ParlorsAMMERMANWS and drlmr. : ; Ph. 7267. p Collapsible. 10 SANDWICH GRILLS GASOLINE ENGINE Clinton 1 C Mills Nebraska.
Beauty ADDING MCE.typewriters rates exteriors. W.shlnlt. BOAT .o. Electric churns special at $14.95. H-P all engines. Tyler Future W. C.nt _
I Our work I PAINTING-We paint them large THE FINEST-Oranges, cr.pfrlt ft. Peret for fishing and The Fair Store. 10 W. Church. Florida.Ir-ole Supply purpose Co 63O W. General Cooling and H..Unl ._ PIANO-Lester Spinnet. m shoe*or

BEAUTT SALR 11.r.ated. Check with George or An work .n b" tsngerlnes. direct from IOY. sports. .Sl. cot Mills ANebraska. ELECTRIC Church Pp.. phone 6118. finish almost new, $500. P. O. Boa
Hake Now ( S.Maln St phone 3155. .m.n lu.r.nte MOOR BIE'"tr" COIPI.
low ROE TORPll .
ss
.pPllt.De h.tr toT. II b1.heL Sf drll. 197. Lontweod. Fla.PERMATILE
wave; f.c.l. quality b.1t BEAD AND PER STRINGING 'Dc.ns. 2-3930. SDe" 1. C c.. N.. pt.t.. AU BEprln. mattresses. Gasoline wardrobe.d.lr. 6 f. &. Ir. GOLF CUB Iron, 3 .o. 2 I I.tlt
B -Hushey. METAL CORNER BEAD- lath:
6462. 2O E. Harding
at savlnss.
C.I Pi. jewelry and .th rp.lr; produce f.lt. big 7.S. Gas r.n. Dn.Ct mated tt Tho Wonder TUe .(
AMERICAN BEAUTY SAWN-N teed. Magruder.U."D Try our famous home baked coods.Stop set. Od 2320 Dtl ENGINES. gasoline, distillate and .ftr Pi. UPoloo JIL -

;: lto. 44', W. Curb ; BUILDING Nord" .1 An. PAINT. EAToior guggestlons. recom- and saves t tbe Frontier Stores. I I Diesel engines fo agricultural and GAS PRACBunl.l.size. City Railroad... .* O. .. .D I the Ac*. Nonbrtsksble, no nut.
.al u-.i
Blossom Industrial
,,7 Phone 6931. ..dn7aDd that .. Orange Tr.1 a 20th. away cot Single Int.n.UoD. Florida PP gas. 01 nor. no basement
.. Hatl 6L At Olddel' BERn .prin. A Supply .. 630 W. Church. '' GARAGE Doors
m.nde. METAL
Marie; specialising all typespermanents needed. condition cheap.
and bonded. J. W. Moat TREE RIPENED Valencia or.DIe I.Un.2 ch.1 play 811. G OVER cant crack or cm*. Low cost. Per
: cold waves open Tues Le., and pen. 208 K. Winter Park $975; Phone Winter 9188. -Rd1ee pri. while present
phone .edles Ipfnt n iIC MOrR1 hp7 i
I .e PhD.
2-12. PAINTINO-DECORATINO---Plaster Lumber N.
Thurs. p.m. by appointment.GENE'S Cash patching: longer life for frt dsmsge. Expr...hlpm.nt to 2-0826.- perfect I aot .I..t.8mJ c I mascot Free estimate Bob Sweeney,,
= .
; Pre-Easter CNIOAPIO matr.J east BEDROOM condition. Call a. 34 ENGINES- .. A. Rlo.d.
EAt-8HOp Solid walnut S.mm.
save you ue looking home. L.D Canada. Drive out and Inspect SU ; Second Ave.. GASL. Wnl'. MOTOR Whlzxer-Bike and
specials wavea. Brine as your clothes. Superior Home t.ro. ch.r Beauty rest D.ytn. P. hp. in BI 131 Park Lake Ave. phony 3-4632.
Reconditioning scalp ce.t..nt $3. .0D" 214 Boone St. 191.I the fruit for .hlpm.ot. Plentyof fID.h dining. room suite. equipment and Supply. 1016 W. motor n... 112 eu Gulf
8. Main St.. Ce.nen PIANO TUNING-Master technician and grapefruit for home I Station. Robinson .
oranges
Church I
20 phon C6. 5-piece "r..t.t set: red ELECTRIC DRINKING FUA StOARE I POWER TOOLS. Lucas metal lathe
alterations. le.ther
CARpET-Painting I tuning. $4. R.p.lm. reasonable. use at reduced prices. Open chrome Phone Phone I Borne-News DeWalt
ARLnKBAuY r.p.t. N. Swend. Rt. 1. Becker. 441 N. Hughey .; 2-18. until seven p. Sundays neDn.noa lel. 2-45. G eondton 87. MOV fo t. P and and Mall shapers.tools portable saws cIt
.d.nCun.
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tr.y.L
Box 53. Winter Park. 480. lnah
for beauty culture. Hilda Monck. RADIO REPAIRS-An work C1.ro till 1'0 p.m. B. P. Bennett. 3200 :rfaM.lnuii ELECTRIC IRONS-"O E." "Sam h. HOEfot Bowstead's Camera 1309 | drills screw drivers dim san

Vivian Lawrence. Margaret Wblddcn.MrCrory CARpENR1 find the m.eer.l. I I teed: 24 hour ..nlc pick up ..DddeUnr. Lake Undnh. Drive. South, of Lake 9x12 and one 3x3 Petit Russ; son."* "Universal and "t.m- B .J Service lre.corner Boon ..odJ.eksl. OTis.: call 2-151. 1 1I I 1. D. Peaxe. Ph. 3753. Mount Don
.. small Jobs Cine.
Wilkes 1204 S.
Bldg upstairs._ _ N.- .
R.d.o E5'VIR"AiMERA- like
C one 9x12 and two WU- Matle. Knox Stores Co. P. M new. PRESSURE COOKERS-"Universal'
Dial Ask for 34R6. m.thlnl
j'RINEIEAurr SHOP New Im.r. 18. D. pboDe 151.'I ton Rugs. Knee hole d. .d piecePhilippine Phone 23163.ECIC GOLF CLUBS-and bag. left l.ad.i i'I $75. Can be seen at 210 East South with safety seal cover 3-qaart.
.. SpecialisingIn CT-RA-Btmt-Al uJ RIO REPAIRS-Expert service en 32. Articles for Rent Billbld bab living- Well-known makes. 3 St. $12 95. Bumby Hardware 103 W.

Cold Waves .D f.cll Phone I makes and models. Immediate room suite. 10 a m. 707 LConcord .u.I. INSAatl.tco Ph. 2-11 .o I t15. -I i j I MOTOR SCOOTER-1946. Cashman. Church._ _ _ _
'I NArc.n B.ut"
A Stlmoson. POLISHER
4346. Work Bumby FLOOR (new) and cabinet
Gu.nat.n7.ABINrb N. aU.ntn. A..td Store 14 sander by day or hour. Pb.22521.Wyckoffs Ave* Pone 2320.BEROKSUomple ": tn H. GARDEN BOSK. In 25 ft. and 50 ft. !> in .-1 roadltla. 1838 C.rl SU i iblock PAU6TS.-Shecwln.Williams ofl baa*.
liArs PoDe A. Hardware, 220 .
BEAUTY Salon. Ie
UPI 1 studio P.r Ornl. Great Southern Stores 692 I OutsIde white and colors. Exterior
MILLWORK to ipe- RADIOS REPAIRED.. 12 to IB hour Hdw 2524 In.t I,
ph. 9725: KuJ I paints turpentine mineral
I W..bl.ta set. I II Phn. 21141.ELECIC N. Av* i MOTOR One 1944. Evinrude; .7 spirits.
crem I Florida LumberCo. i I service. Work guaranteed. Pickup FLOOR SANDER and edger: new S.t O.n. |I ,
8pla I and Sun. only Whitehead. 7th WELDER Portable also 1 oil. wide assortment brashes drop
o pr.Dot I E ; GAS RANGE Butane, A beaatlful. h.p. 1303 Bamter St Leesburs. ;
Mills and Nebraska. | and Music equipment: : St new. IDu. *
.1 m.ehll.1 .n. .D i I delnf. Copr' Str. r.son.bl. Pi. 2.21. Apopka. blo. trh. and plumbers pot. economical 8I92.5O. cloth. Wyckoffs Hdw, 2524 KM.
Hdw 2524
4652. Wyckotra rn.e. P.
HP waves up a.ork CN-U.IO of new 2 BOATS and V-Bot- H. R. P.rh Hardware. 220 5.Orsnee. Orlando Appliance 210 PORCH GLIDERS-All steeL New
ro. 1.
.1.rDt. _ I homes and RADIO SERVICE-Expert work o "LR-SANt- NeW I tom skiffs .Ith p.o opposed Phone 2-184. Orange dial 4537.OALVANZE C. shipment in assorted colors. $2950
,RAYS BEAR-All type I bulldinss of any kind. See T. F.Fullard. I II I all nationally known makes guaranteed air-cooled motors: ELECTRIC with scrub Limited quantity. Th* Borne Store,
O.D Ib.rd WARS-Tubs
TOASTompl.t. : I
and 39 C. Amelia: psone2.4032. .D reasonable. ASI.t C. R. Burke. 1805 8. Bumby. 7851. ranging cord. $4 25 OPC ICS 458 N. Orange Ave. Phono 2-OCT76.

cold waves a specialty. Da U1 I I r CEWORKdr..., .tP'I Store. 13 Orange dial 53. r-SANE Eu family b.t .8 for Imel.t B..uUfl E. Pine. 5. 2-311.Ste. Co. quart; garb ageca.u.OI: snd and isrse.14-I I Immediate POCKET KNTVES-Good selection of

38 E. Pine. One .o. ._ I RADIO REPAIR on all i.t. and .. II'livery. Pi.Castle Bt o Contc ELECTRIC WATER H. B. Parrish Hardware 2 8.O.n.e. d.UP.Tw. all types. H. H Parrisa Hardware,

SPINpERwNEM or censed .Dde Southern States Fr models. 24-hour Irt UP at reasonable rates. Smyth Lumber ton Co 2.246. gals.: vacuum cleaners I Phone 2.141 Remington Mod 230 8. Orance. Phone 3-1841.
Co for and Fuller Bros N. Orange and Railroad. = "I.
Co.
:, 9964. 071 2-2 ccUnf. & I BARB WIRE- 80 r rol: 6-ft. poultry ers; an new; get them GAS RANGE Apt. size 20 caL water -I el No. 12 pIa tJ. $79 '! PRESSURE COOKERS 'Ekc ."
J."I Cb.r Sln 506 W. Alell CONCRETE nUD.e.a Churh. FLOOR SANDER, r.fd polish wire: hoc fence: last. Al Will 2014 Ie tester 1 h.p. gasoline I -Wear-Ever": also -Burpee- can-
i I .tp. RADIO REPAIRS Also small appliances er. Johns .. Edge- cypress posts. Wyckoff Hdw. 2524 phone I' engine; .1 I.U 510 ChnisiorPlace. C. Smith. standard pica type. rbuCt ncr,. H. H. ParrUh Hardware. 229
15 Schools and Instruction ". business. Flew .tl.te. ; reasonable rates; work water Drive phone 20915. < Kuhl WASHER .pt. ohs a.. I I L 19 50. I I'W.t.t. 8. Orange Phone 2-1841.
C. W Ndy.! Winter Park: ELEIC
guaranteed. Boyd at Wyckoffs. 2524S.
SAND BLASTER for' rent by houror BUNGALOW you have a lot In Ebbs, '
and
ACUo ..irD. High DOORS Sash: cabinet: screens: ,l Kohl Ave.. phone 2-2821. contract. S David C. Inman I the south .to.here Is a S-room 12 1. como Carl I 10ALVAIZE tabs WARE-sarbagera Good elee-05. crt moel like le_. !I> PAINT in 1-and Umlted 8-saDon supply container outside whit Kim

I I I store fixtures book shelves: and ail RADIO KEPAIRS-.2thI service: all Co* phone I fr.m. bual... t b moved ELECTRIC STOVE Medium size Co. 25 X. Pine, ]i $9950. I Stores Ce. 35 E. Pine. Phone 2-3163
core School*: local representative. I I types of repair and wood work. Or- |I work guaranteed. 2014 your lot. R. .t. (t. j

L.ORowe._ Box_2974; phone_$282. I j Undo Woodcraft 1500 W. Wu- -Kaley Ave. phone. _6247. I|I 33. Articles for Sale I Exclusive] .130.. ._ .!8t..r I mancel. ..c.u. cleaner .the Pio. _ _ i I Rmln.ton l.IMle. elite type. r FAINT-Outside whit and colon
quarter innerspring
!! ton. m.Ur. I BOT ell automatic. wuick dryin enamels: flat wan;
FREIC LESSONS-Private: by na-' RUGS AN13UPHOLSTERT cleaned I BEDROOM SUITE 3-pIOe. Solid good condition winter Park. 341-J. I IELECTRIC I WAT BAT ; bult. 0. I IVDder floor and deck. R. H. Psrrtah Bard-
lady. reply 4. CONCRETE SERVICE that lasts for APARTMENT KITCHENS Complete 0... I IpracticeHy I Ne. .Uoa 101 Blar.de
PI..s I in your own home: meth- $100. Please 9333. REFRIGERATOR ft1 1 phone 8643. 55ev. 220 8 Oranae. Phono 2-1841
"pro.e type
Box_475_8-Stsr. I I ever. \.It.dnvewsys. floor: our \ moth proofing. Da with electric refrigerator range I I BOOKCASES new. See at 834 IIl. .tt Ir
Utility linoleum
CI.D
HIGH-SCHOOL-.Complete your blsh specialty free estimatca. Dun- 'o phone 7642. I sink and r.blDt. A few for 11m| ; porch- rabln.ta Westmoreland Drive.U.ECTRICSAWPsrtable.. 'I! BO-RTACR1'T and Bar r.rl..e. rb.tt 11 0. POP CORN POPPERS Electric alt
lmlt1r I.nmo.r for immediate hand type. H. H. Parrtsh
ham 1622 N. Mills; 2-O2S I Hardware. -
in your home dur- Conrrt. d.U.r. Cochran "
I el.t few 1"c.r. .
sh euc.Un .: 2-2514. Co. A delivery. Wood and chromechairs Uadero IIl .lt. tJ. 22O Oranse. Phone 2-1841
1 No DRY CLEANING-We employ only In OD. Church St.BREAKFAS Just
work books furnished. c.s 130 WoPP.C.lr p.ble. : bar stools, many clr Formica fbuU 15.0.I PRESSURE COOKERS=-4 and if.anart
Ppr fo KWe experienced help: and RUG CLEANING-AH kinds an ARC WEE Y r : kitchen and
V. all sizes
prf.aona or college eatr.n. moer m.cbtr. Try us. MacDulf Fr and theft insurance c.r.a 3 value I cabinets $ SES2.d.tferb $25: Theater r.I..d.Block in Colonlaltown. ; pnon* wood t.bl complete: steam tables. i{I Comptometer. 1_.lood condi T. Pin,.sizes.Phone Knox 2-3163.Store Co* -29.
f. corner Rosa work. Gent $ 50. Wyckoffs Hdw 2524 KuhL t.
tnm. Wri. CI.r.:RKu.o class studio couches $49 50 $3-5O. i 5136. all sixes I I Lion IU.O.onr
A.lr. Box 486 U.d. Spring rush. Call us now; dial 2-2431. WhitnureFurnitare. I PICNIC ICE BOXES-For
11t Il 2-10. j wuNmON2o.IDo 3O6 W. Cnurch. i I iLzcrstc WATER HEATERS- :t electric: fa pioucSBcamplnc
8-tar. JCCER SERVICE: only Orlando Ste.1 Laundry. 49 W. COD .hl. BEVERAGE COOLER Brunswick I' gal. table top. sod 30 sal. ;: gas a.ta:7e : electrie nk11.tl machine. to flstornr: lanresui"
Hoover cord.f .. H. H. Parrish Hardware I round. 2 iron A B.I.tr .D gas 5.4-160. Bumby Hardware. l I P.r. 2 S I Liquid and Automatic .r .D moel 110 0
I For modern upkeep service Or.Die. Phone 21841.AIRPLA2E$350. I ffrl.rU.BlueF o fo ranges. .ltr II .tok. Lance electric; aeverase .D I! ROOF COATING "Birds." Sam oU

I, only authorised Hoover service .c1 I Pril 2pl.C. Mo.. Eu laster I tion. Bumby Hdw. 6104 or 2.11 i f RETRIGtRATION SERVICE-ComI .. For 10n.t tlphon. mel.t c.pdt"d.Ufr. easy Or 4253. stands wood l.tal nrl andservice I I p. .$ J Ji :i ner.Co.. N. Orange Avo.. and Railroad.
WHATS tr.
NO MATTERWRONG. ,i FURNITURE REBUILT and uphols-I II. I I merrIam and household. Expert 7159. lod" Co. *. ELECTRIC WATER trays ayer.r. dl and I I I !',' BAKES Hoes, shovels, leaf mm.
tered We make it look like new at I workmanship. Guaranteed. A. T. A GOODS-Baseball and Orange dial_4337._ 2. 20 gal. : BA. iR glasswsre: steel j i P X rheckwriter. rebuilt. O-i I gardeo cultivators Smyta Lumber
whether something's I .er low cost, and have plenty of Blaiky. Phone 27452. TLC uniform; men's BATHTUBS 5. 5 ,, Double_unit 17. 9471. or aluminum: bar and kitchen sinks j I'' cisl price. $39 SO. 1 I Co. N. Oranse and RailroadRUBBER
.thi I
I. I '
I Furniture Craft Co. 1 I I'I b tn b I an sizes :soda electric cake I
RUGS-furniture shoes. Bumby ft. built-in tubs. fota STAMPS
.I.rll boltef Bad.ar. lavorie for
de.n. ELECTRIC Automatic coeti check-
:1i IRONS- potato Dozens of other ary Boroosu
lost or you need cash, a Sen W. Cbutl 2O931.i : demothe. Church _ _ : *. Libby and .i 71 W. i troJ Universal. Prortor. Samson.Puosby I mixers.peeler rc.ice*;cream cabinets: I I'I writers. 'J.r t"pua"i stock; f 2-day delivery Rotary time stamps

i!. FLOOR SANDING-Ftniihinc. cl.o Pe.tun.. ..r. e..Dc discovery. Q love t and Church St. I I! Hardware 102 W. Church. cases safes and phone wire o wC.t r date stamps and automatic datcrs
ing waxing: 2-29. |I also cherry drop CHILDS r. Orlando Office Supply CeT .
Want Ad speedily' .o.n eulpmen\ two : ELECTRIC: DRILLUMh stalnl registers wall 29 E
tel-Sta work .. ; | ROOFING FT/J estimates. 3 years leaf cDdiin Can b I"DrnS MATK.lt.e. Also ID 10yrsexperience: for serv- I t pay. Ou.r.nt. RoU.hntles seen at .. A.. of K.I .. excellent 'I' 6-lnrh bench grinder 6H h with ftttlnss. Pepper.
t : p. 8t sce P. au
B.r
right. Ph. 4161. rnla \ I
; puts I I phone Bass Floor Surlac- I ( roofs larney Corner. Winter Park. Black crepe dress two-piece. $83 Ave
Itce 2-170 ab.t.1cl Stt Il l. I tlkP. ; power lawn mowers.< Th Inc$41 Voluata D.Jul I
Co I Sons. 46 ,i 778-M. size 16. Il 7149. 1 II I .8h 120 W. Pine. I II I I Beach f. _[Continued On Next Face]




I stud supI and continued high! hit their peak in October wit I I strictions o consumer credit. I I flation. I I ment of Colored People yesterday courage race setreraUon." Rheinhold Rub. Communist mem

Used Car Sales prices the removal of OPA controls, but The NADA dai that dealers The Federal Reserve System criticized the Veterans Administration A representative of the NAC her of the denazification boezd in

A spot check of major u carmarkets frenzied trade soon softened the have been loi bie becauseRegulation wants permanent control over Installment said that Missisissippi wa the nearby town of Oehringen.

across the sos i I ru I buying check InflatiOn for approvingconstruction I worst place in the world" for a'' was killed yesterday by men
I market and the uptrend was reported t of all-Negro veterans hospital tYti
that 1940. 1941 and 1942 time-payment buyers to trends a Negro veterans hospitaLAntiNazi who entered his

good condition generally sell at I only 'ihi the last two third down and limits the installment -; I at Mound Byou M. I I ed with pistols. apartment !rm-

Boom ExpectedDETROIT prices above the original cost. or three period on certain iem t Unt Negro I I The killers were believed to

Dmd for these late pre-war To encourage sales near present 15 month. Negro Groups Rap and Allied Veterans Amerc Leader have acted out of dislik for Hub's

reported growing with high prices, members of the Na- [D.-Ga. has in- said that organization a 'od anti-Nazi activity. If it was
so
(UP Used car deal the advent of Spring, which usually tional Automobile Daler Associ troduied a bill in Congress to VA protest formally Slain in said, this would be the first. known

their sights aim upswing in the auto are plugging abolish Regulation W. whichwat Hospital Plans Germany
e t bs a ato rmoof I Both groups tutid they would case of a German slain for anti-

a banner business year 1947 I Federal Reserve 'I Into effect Awr. 11. 1911.tu I I WASHINGTON IUPJ The I I fight the project on lad I[ 8ART. Germany LAPJ 1 1i Nazi work in the U. S. occupation

because of Ica demand I 9 Used ear price and demand "regnlation W. places re- a check acainst possible hi- Nato Assn. for the Advance that all.Necro hOpit "e- G pUe announced that" zone


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48. Houses for Rent Wanted Rent I II 31. Houses for Sa 1 15L I I Houses for Sale I II 51. Houses for Sale unbag tnttxtzItazORt&NDO
for 40. Pet Stock'Knd Supplies 150.I t
Pace I j
I Cont. from rrecediac J3 Ace Sal I, '
3 4 good neigh KAY ROAD-2-bedroom frame FLORIDA
BOUSE.
IvttXTXaH [ BARIGote.p.D1 Idn FURNISHED BOUs rm... .I.e borhood.o brm K yearsIn CuK PA-ee .1 I Nicely f.n except DUPLEX-Just outside City Limits.I
.L3" 81ae trio ltben b.u I Bulae. rm furnished c.plel silver and one a.. New and !MARCH 23. 1947 PAGE 13
t Articles for Sale e.n ell' bt large sleeping Orl... or 2-OOT4. I tifully 11.dln. rn..
C.tm 2-O455. service m.cn. lot fruit Block metal roof
; Cement
33 Dr.Pb. .U""I I la April dishes Call owner. .fnent Dr .It pie
i Edae..tr Int. Ch. Kasdale's Excellency broher. porch. no p. I I UNFURNISHED 2 or 3 bedroom .| I' with terms. 151. Houses for Sale
ler .
RtGS 2. ...c. .ppr.t VACUUM CLEANER Ape Pe.tenl.Kennels. et, to October. 31. stetson AY. Box 168St.r. I j apartment or bouse. Permanent CLOST E -Easy ".Ikt. dt.a. 1 H.r Heath. Broker 1 lo Colil floors, nicely cOnc Furnished.
x1$ .
for pa.. Dial working c..dtoD Jn' male. I I resident. Call Lovely 3dr. b..I" !! .._opposite Vogue T.te. .
> cellent 1 year le.u Bfr.ataj I large well Tula KALEY AVX. JSCHOOL' $8ECTIOM-
co.4U 2-3002. BI Dntr. 3-bedroom house nicely lDda.J "Large piece of land
Can b BY OWNER- UOh 952.WAN construction A-I COLONIAL PUTNAM Section 2-e .r.e.
.2lS6.'RUOS pp urelderly 1 rnditn I I AN
wooL linoleum: A.4011 .- WASHING. 10 MACHINE lb. capacity.- Easy CzeeUntcondition. SpUDrr. 307 .r.t. by P.1 or a B couple famished.only. No Middleased children or pta. Reasonable I| nIT-Unie.3brm .D.- : Handy to Rtu.nU and &oP Al', good 6 11 bID.I.. Mostly ..Uf.na. I' Can t taken over for (900 0 cash Rice five-room furnished borne,
Breadfelt. garage
8t.r. From Dec. 12 AP.rm.at r. hDt.
rent. !
2601 Edgewater. Dr.. 211 727' Oak AveOrlando. old. C.mploD 509 .Apr. lt r t I.. Adults. Mrs. O'Rrk' monthly rental. Ni. borne or good mnth. l.n. owner OcPP. and assuming loan hardwood floors solar hot water
CANAY- _
Box
after i iI ( 2 car : nicely o.PPfxl.tel
MACHINE-- ltrc'ad G.ler. PI.phn I lt. 401 rental property. Prhe. 20.0.t.r. I.r.e. fri Io.trd.I I
and WABHO 350 Granada Dy.. Ww 24160. I MODERN COTTAGE.-4-room. anfnrrfehed WANTED-Bouse. within !I '. B.ltn. Widow selling brn ym.Dl Can Mr. O'Brien with Bet- system new attic fan. fruit trees.c .
RADIOS-Crosley Pa. Cool Lake (250 to 1st. No. t .nfurle. E. RoblnD; dial I leaving ci, Near ,,130.0. I II
Park near No.embr 2-:733.
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r.lnl. COLLIE 15 miles of
and tahje 8ERVC w.ntd this for home and
ST See a
A pr- ,
Drive. Lot 125x138 at
Ellen t tad clean. priced
.tp. Bumby B.rd..r. W A well and Irrigation ..Ppl. Call Qlo. P 2.coKBAI.t t 3 Lake !I only pp. 2-15QO between and 5.I CONCORD AVE.. 714 E-1oe A.dlto.<. ale condtioa throughout. tcs Investment Co Pone 81. 2
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Church.RADIOS. engines. Pp four little TWO INIB HOUSES O I SMALL ROUSE-2 furaished frame bungalow. Lfrtl. rf. (85 t Sam Johnson Co.. 208 W'I only (8.500. See Mrs. Puller with O.
pip. Washington.
-Phllco, R and O. .. pumP.. 13 W. Church; for Etr. I large Clermont. I! or unfurnished;O bedrooms bathroom I" I
and as well 1940 Miller Ave.. Winter Park; po.12M. tennis court boat .swim fishing. Cx.celirnt .* Box large living room dining room. P. Swope. 60 E. Pine phone 5812.
;
; moe' BXAER firefly No. 119. ': ust
cou. WOOD .i (15. (85 'tld"Dt b raaalil. I kitchen. COLOSIALTOW STCTIOr -
Wfflard for convalescent. screened porches good :
and I J
.. oil I : DUBSDREAD SECTION No city
.Gardner 3 burner stove Gar- 8Sta. ___ _ bungalow. 2 bedrooms;
Winter be frame
'* Keiser. Vogue Theater Block. e OraLLy burners 810. 1925 I COCKER PUPSweel month Adults. No prta. ; furnace solar heater. Must f1 : taxes. 2-bedrxim furnished housewith : after hour can 4527.
'
tonlaltown; dial 5136. j mon l".. Winter Park.. B". Pedlr.d SPA" champion stock. den. 8OO-Blne :Box 510 S-8tar._ DISTRICT MAWAOrn- .cra D n worry occupants-But can ly located near Ihol bus I aU gas kitchen and refnleeratois.fireplace .
old o Co I
:;-Th. all wave'O: Lportable I _23381.DOGS FOR I I tll. couple without ehdr.a H KDI.ht Brker. :34. Itor.. .6i5.terms. : 2 lr.. porcnes; floor lid .
RADIOS faoU WASHERS-Apartment size. Only I TO RENT- UI to rent 5 or unfurnished and ten Broterscooperation 21 for extra
rKar.all battery few. them at 53 East Church BOARDED .trpp. clipped 2 furnished rent. Call hoses la Orlando rm Winter I invited.CLKRMONT I I. t room i r.r HALEY AVE-S room frame. Completely
*
priced at (139 standardbroadcast S and bathed. Anma 4432 and IX Monday o PARK-5 rooms .attached Blouse: porte cochere. 59. ODt.n. furnished. Oara e. fruit.
,1
emal
Street. Rlbl. 1 Park. prominent Or- CLI .
wave Or- ; Hnepit&l.-1600 b"e. Rderele. I -To veterans 2 new I 2 screened pbr. ek I Occupancy AJr C Excellent neighborhood. Price (9OOO.terms. .
Inc 19.1. C. i WASHING MACHINE good condi Or.n. momll. ,i undo Ray K. 20 N. .r.. Golden. Broker. N. OrlandoAve.
lando Appliance l I .Kibbles and X-eel iiI5NCD.-slx rooms bath. 2blocks nUD.. Dnl.. modern 2-bedroom houses 1lnn"l floors central heat ho i Call Mr. Murphy 4993. M D.
I See H. Brok..,. Apopka DOG FOOD. : Park cr to (8950: (near underpass I. Winter
r[ orange, rnomj.JJL tOD. Winter Garden. remedies and .upplc lake; bathing. fishing: shade.lisit Ph. Mr. W. B. Nicholson 2-1619. Or- I rsaha Beach. Clermont. F. I water heater. RUM 1210 W. Yale. 1.I 5und.7.DtDRrADP"a. Park Bailey. Realtor. 3O E. Church. 4767.
;
I.REFRIGERATOR TRUNK AH Xei Str.._ _ trees. 6 mo. 13.333 Ohio St.. lando. 3477.. quick .Ie. 5 "ne. Open for Inspection Sunday.

1841 modeL Good Westn.ho..1 WARDROBE ca PET kinds. Wholesale or' St. Cloud. CURRY ROAD 10 acres- ] crrr LIMITS t.-.r) 2-bedroom rDtr- :. !
excellent condition.
Walnut St., phont 551. l.d. I dial ftS51. 67 fSA. Only eacluslve pet I ARMY Orc2. 3 room FR cottage. Good home nicety Including I RAllY SCHOOL SECTIO!*--New

RADIO-Phllco cbnt t. Amel.; supply store. Brownies Kennel Shop. 47. Rooms for Rent ed aP I fumlb-I general purpose farming land. A washing m.chl and electric ref rice.relor. Gd "Ian bln..I"is practicallynew rm. bunsalow. frame. 5 rooms. 2 bed.

condition Como 8 WATER n tank-Bide arm Marks and Magnolia Ave. I 24)761 EL 185. Lt. J. cleared and under eIY.lln.ren..d. and laundry room bth Prnlt.r. selected with rooms: nice bath Larse llviogroom.

r phono gasoline. hot plate; white green. AMERICA ST.. 121-Lake Lucerne. Close to sbol. S85CO. Unfurnished (75. C. good taste. The price Is only (785O. 1 Near school, bus and stores, on paving.

11.RrG AND ppon.5517. PARAKEITS-Bllio.Narcooasee Highway. Rt. IS. 1. Choice nest roomsPrefer ladles 51. Houses for Sal I Huckel-O'NesL Realtors; 1. X..45'j Davis. Realtor. 104 E Favorable terms ran be arranged. 865OO terms. Sam Johnson Co,,

BWIGu1 Floor cleaner. Breakfast I tnson; J ajjt3753.COLONIAL B'I 208 8. Mala. _
WAL CLEARER Foster. Rt. 8. Box 576-A. or couples. Ferncreek 2169.CL"LTOW ) cNutt-Hes.ley. Realtors. 15 W. I _
quality A1o$. 111.44 per Buckets. O. Private AAM AV.-th a- GARDENS-S-room Washington St. Phone 5106. KILLARNET Lakeview. Spacious
.sted-high W.I. N1el hoMo. RABBITS and White AGNES 8T221- I city Sold one -
shipments. Green Herlester Mlllt Nebr.k. huthc. bed. Ac.tent te lmit. bungalow. Electric equipment Florida type bungalow on eor
square. .pU.nC' Flemish glsnu. 2 double Sem-pnn. bedroom (6250. is another I new
Pomp 3377. Columbia, S. c WALL PAPETrm. B.d7-P..t 2122 E. Robinson. Irown blllm. pr01; down payment.hOI. 3 O .. nlsle.(10 500. terms. C. C. .frm.1 .et. down sets this 2 bed DUBSDREAD SECTION. bedrooms.furnished ncr Lakevtew and Fairbanks Ave.
This house
home.
Built Owner's
21747.CRYSTAL for
also completely furnished.S1.OOO '
? I b.atlu From BRIGHT-cheerful re.ne full and extra shower room. room hor. *
PUPPIES
GETR-trI-3-b.P. -
kttcbea
SCOTTY tbrou.b brom. b.U would want la
terns. H. B. Parrish 2208.Orance. refrigerator: circulating : : ea financed. "Speak to has the extraa you
stove
(188 cash. Supply limited. Phone 2-1841.- bre mothr. ; no p.pn. fal.he. .atondn.. Bue.N..Hyer St. heater. Lot 80 x 140. F.Boland. I LKh.nho.. 15. H.nnl Spiegel" Whitney. Whitney SpiegelRealty equipment: new roof; .lr.l Immediate i your home. Look it ever. Exclusive.Sammle .
moe Robinson $ 101 b. .tors. 801 B' .ne 8. : Co. Realtor. 706 I lun 135. terms Francisco. Realtor Room 4.
E. Broker.
Wflcox. Inc. Realtor. 672 N. M.tal
J. 6. .WH.t..tc; Lldea. lane Drive. CLOSE IN-310 Lt St. Large at OrD.e. P i Eurh. 1 Bide. 2-3269 (1900 eab b.lDC. month. Central Arcade: 7407.
Of 2-4551. furnished |I
twin bedroom Runes
opposite pot ne.Rior&le CLOSE IN-2
40 corner Hen.n
FISH Over
1M7. oe- your clothes-clean. Can make Immediate TROPICAL and- Bp.reU. tr.cy. .rO. tp.tal.. APOPKA bedroom home large lot home within 2 blocks M Orange CLNLTWN Small furnished Broker. 677 G.I.: vr'l KENTUCKY AVC-l.000 down. 3-
,JItsdelivery. Sales a Bervtce. Aquariums .t.Dd roof I P. Lhrtngroom. 18: bedroom furnished house. Electric
lmm
deln".Orlando air and sup with lava plenty life tm. ; Ave. 1830. wit ea7eJ. A brom. EAST SIDE Close ta
Single room .hrbb.
IN
Ready to
dial 2-0959. .Uon. Plnt. kitchen washing machine.
37 dinette bath front batiu
CSE water.
Also furniture. I..1 ar.nP
18 plies. 138 Bid.e.o In heated bachelor Gu.rer. .nrt.n "Ilds i'2.! Wu.t bedroom bun..I". Lot 10OX15O ft. Total price
Also small 3 : occupy.
.Amo-"Ie 8t.ton V.lt.ad. WINDOWS AU cypress standard. Drive. Winter Park.WIREHAIRED AVailable! Monday. ( Pak A" Hmile N. Postofflce. CLN GARDENS 2 bedroom porch.used rom Phone struction. Lfei. rf. attached garage. -I ot.ly 4950. Will take late model ear
stock .n style or ala.mid. Magnolia. Reasonable terms. P. I. kitchen screened as InCom. 155. .
sires ) 644
old. preferred gas furnace. due.
1& of balance
RUG-BeentIful .r.n or I window and PtP gentleman Apopka.ADAIR mo.r 4354. Boward. 711 Firplace. toward payment
6312
Exquisite clurl. orde. Al Finest marked. E. Double Phon. front prc. furd. .t N M M.r. furnished with utltlr., Terms. A. C. Golden. Broker. 1121 N.
'ld2 .
4 pr right. Pcl.1 only. Ph.l' door frames; Phone service 9732.on a AK.C. registered. 2312. Overiln St. CLLDRiu Gentlemanor PARK "Houses, hou. anfarlhe .. & (1.0.terms. C. P. ". R.I- Orlando Ave (near underpass). Winter -,

orders. 112O 17th St. Drive out N. Orange to Princeton.turn working. preferred. 9526. bouses but this Is the one. Mo- CLERMONT i.U: 14 N. qrangedJaI2-3282. Park. Open Sunday.
.2. WASHING MACBINaNorge.. Overlln. .ou1. ern frame large spacious rom.n4 CHICHESTER AVE.-Practically new I I
Victor Spanish.CastUllan. nel go 7 blocks rom. netian blinds KENTUCKY AVE-New block 3-bed
RECORDS- t mIW
Wea. CLOSE IN-For Oa-'u Infurnishlnss. 3-bedroom cement brick bungalow: rR-8. Yeli-
Rispaphone m.tho. 3 J. lent cDdton'7. Phone 1 o': WILL SELL- .lblt with equipment line. 436 Lake ontl.man r"LI bedrooms .tiled AU wall b.tb25. screened porch overlooking lake tuU"l.ncp. kitchen equipment and attic fan included room home with fireplace. Metal
J. Real buy. (25L 2- 6717. James i Ine.d.d fish more t.a 2 tion. 2 bedrooms. 1H baths, 2cargarage. casement windows. Immediate occup
p.d
'ront. reasonable. Beautifulroom ia price; ( terms. W.
Ze.lDd 626 E "What for? exclusive -
AVE. are you 13.0. .
.
10 pairs; aaah CENTRAL I. lots .n cr- Beautiful hardwood floors (5500 for quick sale. A.
netter Stamp new. b.r ancy. Only
Smith. 110 I couple B. S. I
RUBBER: .TAMP WINDWS. Kmr. on bus Working with T. K. HaUnn. Re.ltr. Box 513 SStar.CONWAY Nihols. B.I! 1 M.1 S throughout. Price .
every purpoM.Supplier. .. B.er. CoU. Oa..e.Winter Fla.If i le. 4237. lr. (745O tr. 'U.5. fumlhr. C. Golden. Broker. 1121 N. Orlando.Ave.
Quick Rm Central Arcade; Pho.
Orlando Rubber Stamp P.rk.WAAPEtt. I YOU could and know the IYr.re. : ( -furnished 4 mh; Oeorie H. B.lt. .. Near underpass Winter Park,

1 ,Works i W. Church at B. Oranie. ia designs just work that s. done. In findinggood I COLONIALTOWN Large bedroom.Theatre UMON SPRINGS baa charm.You bath electricity butane gas. GARDENS Lovely EVANS AVE.. 21 E.- ,ow.r. Bar Open Sunday. ___

Victor model. I and pro t b. and medical I Bus. walking I distance to Mill,. good neighbors. sonable Owner Box 5O3 BStar.COl.IXGEPARKW611 CLNIL bungalow 2-b I gain. 2-bedroom fr.m. bonxalow.Sleeping HALEY SCHOOL SECTION-New S-
RADIO- tbl 7928. 1121 N. will thoroughly enjoy owning and frme
Jme. and Cafe. Ph. II At.chP ;
C. porch Newtpained and bedroom ( 2 screened porches.
are ram*
paper see our Orl.Do Paat helpless we floors
Short 11t. an l.n.r.bro.dt.t and ck. 1 cr. would nl.1 dues 82.Please CLOSE TO-Privste home. 5UBI.I living in this well-built 2-story nice tot. Io.te- saraxe. a"o(95OO with I I decorated. (5300. part cash balance Lot. 60x136. Shade trees. Price (6.500.
20 cle.ner Ce.
: I Wap.pr sure you JI ly furnished 4-bedroom residence. corner Eateptona funta. rr'
.. Telephone monthly. ,. See Wilbur Strickland with
term
*. Phone 420 2-3JI. report of cruelty or land Avenue. Modern kitchen. automatic oil fur- 3 bedrooms. one in : _
,
10 Berrcl; YANKEEX-Ratchet screw drivers. I nelL It will Immediately Inves CORNER-TAMPA AND WASHINGTON nace. Lovely lawn. On road Wallet or Roul tone. Realtor2-2532. opposite Vogue Theater. I I EAST 2 brom. frame unfurnished Henry Burch. 12 8 Main; 2-1090.

RIGETREletr. to. 1021Shsdlsne quick return In 2 sizes. RosSStores I t..t. Orlando Humane Society. -Double rom Please trIgphone and bus A nice 3-.rr.P..e. COLONIAL- CONWAY ROADCitylimits.. Veryattractive. ne.17 drrled. large attic. -

I Co.. 25 X. Pine. Phone 23163.YARD President. 70S LakeDavis 766. grove pays 1.fl For a n.1 Ished. 7 DRIVE:15-E-Fr 2 bro nicely fur- I I plot l0dl'rm..Owner Box KUHL AVE.-Short distance beyond
rapn. .
D. Drive. Phone 6805. room for (17.750 furnace.bsvemcnt. AU 514 city limits. Has city water aid
Kelvtnator.ft- OADE TOOLS- Oar- CLOSE IN-nicely furnished value look at open porches. Fireplace. niabe. new eletric klt.he. Neat _
RI0JATR. unit Also Merge den AN ; post hole adults. 315 Mariposa St. off term Asher Peter. Realtor cor. Central Dubl. garages. Lot 54x17O None .te : l.nDunn. EAST SIDE-Have S homes. of 2 bedrooms electricity but no city taxes. Both

"Itl cooler flat lencth.recently diggers; ; axes; paint. Economy 41. Poultry and SuppliesBABY Liberty 8t.CASELERY. and Main: 2.0785. I II ft Phone Brkrr. Brown 2-161 I I each: CB5OO ( OOO. 170.' school and city bus service. The house
tp.f. aonl
curb W. Church. Azalea Lodse. and 2' 9526 for spoointment. OWNLeLTOwNThree- bedroomsand SS500. (4950 Check with H. A. is of rather recent frame construe
.1.r. ..atlr. Reds that .. I AI-PARK-"drom. I .0. lion and has three bedrooms. Too
.rh.ue. ether TOOLS-A 1. riding horses.fishln E. unfur Broker. 2121 Conway_Road
tr.n. n.t.u.Dt ALL PURPOSE GARDEN CCSN. Hotl Inu.u.1 furlhe' CONCORD 1635 kltb.Det. or sleeping ph6,
rom tot is high and largo with ale shade
McLaughlln' tools including lay Tc Winter except .'V.t.nt.. water large second floor. ft. front
B"I. good selection of hunting bungalow. oa
"ulpmen' Dixie : i .. lOf. Jlhe. ..no.k Thr, EST CLNLl0 trees and a atone barbeque grill. A
Stre. t E. Waihlnttan.ROOFCOATTNG hoes rakes shovels bosh ho.posthole each .r. Park. 9174-W. eoet large rma. Owner leaving I cuc.l.tln. rooms. full tile I.tl and spacious site forapartments. fine place for children. Well fur
-A good friend (oran .helb.r BABY CHICKS-Tuxedo Feed Store. or Can Dudley Realtor. floors large rooms in perfect prh"llo. Alto or multiple dwellings.
pith Dn fo. nished. It is being offered at S8.SOO.
dl.rn tested. CLNITOWN-Brlb\ ; ;:; bath plenty of I
Pullortum floor .
tired roof $2.50 for S "atr J. .pr. U. S. approved rodlUon tile be.te. Johnston Henry Broker, 6 W. ChurchSt. McNutt-Heasley. Realtors. U W.

can old .a r.., pruning shears 906 W. Church phone 2-2821 or 7336. water. 1m..rl. bus and t..t. .Io.e 2 extra large bdrOI.C07 fully aU la excellent I I ._______ Washington St. Phone 5108.1.AKEFRONTNotlung .

01ddr. Livery Lads e.e.lea r.tr.fertillxer BABY CHICKS. O. 8. PalloHum tested 712 A.e. fire place lurre .rMned. with cndltlD Also three-car garage and I I EAST SIDE-New 3-bedroom
D.lr.bl. porch. Price (8.95O .
In
ing furnished
dl.trbltor. stock. Immediate or future de single or fo.r-rm .parmeDtnt- Crete block with lai
Snath Inch ho. and Supplies.Orlando OERDA TERR.ACE-l922; ALTAMONTE SPRIGS terms. Frsnk Rr.ltr. Ing (or fifty buna.l" rnI nicer
Feeds and crb.
and Also h.ndl. 220 livery. POWU double. Bus atop at door. Ph. S949. I i11 dollr. "o floors 1" and Florida. 5 buflt-tn bath
Hardware rooms
.tr. Metcalf
f bhlbba. H H. foot fully lot. abrubbeynd
'BEat line equip P.rl.h X-Cel 8tr._ _ 1215: large 300 Frontage: dea.d and Bul'n. .. .r attached garaae with screened porch electric refrigerator,
tll" S. AVE. It Lt citrus Will sell at 1945
.. 1. Jak- Or.ne. 2-181. BABY CHICKS 84 15-100 C.O D. GREENWOOD COi'R W.-ompl.tl, tr. UO.r launary tll. Partly f.mib ggg range 2 radiant beaters lane
room
2-8124.
m.nL Or7 and cylindersPumps. New room. m.Ura. PI.trntr.nce 88x2OO owon ed Including
LOGAN air hdr.ul I.prn. Spacious 2-bedroom home; ft lusbP. moel. .o new
an Pi 2-331. coolant FOI II0ta.d. Ir.den. ; KtbeD Nice screened- "WelV fireplace garase. 23 bearing citrus
and valves. White pran lot: (80.2B.drom. lare COLONIALTOWN SECTION equipment. Price 812.500. terms Jam- trees boat and kicker. Power laws
J. A Poatell. 16 SprIng 8t* Rocks and Rock-Hampuhlre c2.0 25 privileges. -. and lust cottage; beau In living porch ha circulating oil built. 2-bedroom home on corner I i enon and Carter. Realtors. TOO B. mower. 3 acres all landscaped. On
,
GALVANIZED 5V- N. W... AU.Dt 3. 0$. 50-(3.50: 100- Leg GORE AVE.-1 East. Attractive room tfll,furDlh.d: 15.0. he.'. Vacant April Price hL 8980O.Shown with by lot. SUB breakfast nook full Central. Phone A T. Buster) Carter. of the beauty spots that will please
ROOFING. make 2 Fryers Is* in beautiful home. Bm-pryat Winter appointment on7. attic used bedroom. 9516._ Price (16.000. (7.5OO cash.
being taken for I Realtor. 507 : :: anyone.
.
crmp. Orders now below ..nr1.8 34. Articles Wanted 9 weeks. 1.4110.. No Cl1s-Ho bath. Kitchen pr l.e.O&- I Park 1-J94. Homer Sewen. ManHurkelONeaL terms.Metcalf F.nk Cr. 2-1710. floors. Spacious th :I i EAST SWE bedroom house la ex- Balance to suitable purchaser. P. H.

Apr lt "rln" Pe for 28a. cripples. Georgia. HARWOOD AVE.. '12ubl.rom I .... phon. Priced at 88.500 .tr. .1.t cdlt.on. Immediate pos- Block. Realtor. Loagwood. Ph. 21.

... \ .. 21. 8. 9.1'.3. and : pipe fittings; vices adjoining bath .. e.*f Realtor: 118 East COLLEGE PARK-New and modern2bedroom for Ray Lennon .lU Jo )e.: .I"D Ln. I.nd.. tot with LAKFTRONT Fjjz
In I.nnb 1 ANVIol CRICKS-new hPm ntleye ; concrete1 block bouse.
h for most anything 1 1JA I Ave4 dial R..ltor. plrnty Convenient busand
Premed Co.. Tuesday and electric kitchen: :4 Robinson 2375AAI D.I 63. I sh.fe. bedrooms. large Irving room. 8 car
N.tlDa Church. Ph. B3M. Full tIle bath oak o.r.a. ,I 810 OO. .
X. for. terms.Jamerson
,1 to. Box ::15. Fb'l. 7 and equipment always on b.nd 9O6 X.-Beautiful I Wilbur with COLONIAL DRIVE-East 2-bedroom P. garase. Best construction. Only 4
7912 or HOP. Orl.ndo Ja AXES furniture of all Ind ..1 W. Church. Ph. 7338.CHICKS' corner overlooking lake. (10.750. See stucco home. (8.5. Henry Burch.Broker. and Realtors. 70 miles from heart of Orlando. Clyde

SAFE-fireproof Iron. 4' hlh. Inside machines anything .. healthy big Double Nn 2-O906.- !' Henry Burch. Brke. 1 8 1.I_ 1 8. 2-100. E. Central. Phone A. T. C.r. 9516. McKenxie. Broker U 8V. Main 8U

measurements 20x29i20200 Mel sell. Sewell-Thurtnond Frltu. broiler C.O.52 10. Finest special ST.. 908 E.-Summer PARK-The roomiest bunga 2-10. FOREST CUT Rr r 2-4775.

BulldlnaSanford.. Ph 353. 72 W. Pine St. Dial assorted $chlu. B H Chicks, Fannlngdale.N.J. JErFSON beautiful double room.Near la tows consisting of four CONCORD SHOL SECON- CLOSE IN-Large two-story "fn.I nlsned. LORRAINE AVE.-Winter Park. No
dining .
2-1647. large bedrooms living room Frame. 2 bdrom. f. frame home of two floor* mo.r tlthn. laundry city taxes. 3-bedroom famished
.
8TR.a4
; must foe 8175. CCSBlGtes.d.. Rocks. Jersey bl. Phone fleplc. If need lots of yard. Furnished or unfurnished. Old Apopka fliehway: James Don- I Ineli7. porch electric refriserator. Only
1' aU 0 bath.e.r Ue. you dIning : .
Shop .t with
the
prices paid. 1.UoD I $ .300. te.-ms. A. C. Golden. Broker.
( frplal.
Pre 2-7481. rom In. .
Phone 2- Giants. W.ndot. or Orlnton. n room .nt a bungalow see Owner Itpl.d. room. Home Large Rt. Forrest City R. I 1121 N. Orlando Ave. (Near under

SAIL BAT-1' pl"o Oran Ptestroom. Leghorns 10. Hra assoiled LAKEVIEW AVE.-Be comfortable.Large this one. Beautifully furnished including COLLEGE PARK-Cute brick home shade_ trees and shrubbery on lot tirt. F E R N CREE K Well-f pass). Winter Park Open Sunday.

RI..om. .I.r 8eDeta. 490. Pullets 12. NatfonalHatcheries wen In.ul.td room; all con piano. '21.0 0 with terms. in the plrl. Ready for immediateoccupancy. I. frontage. Asking Harlow 1 Dandy 6 rooms. 2 r
8th 8t.Phi. couple WU- R. 113.0. "atl LAKE HOLDEN-Snappy new bunsa
or C. I
See us.
new veniences. Bu.m. Call Zelma M.rle O.: N. .. r. H
SPEED 18- *BAT-orrtr.fL h p. DIOND. watches lewelry. old ._48._ Otet._ _ _ n.f.rP. 581.LIOSTON liams. Realtor.Henn W. Wa.hmtl Emerick Realtor O. N. Orange: 734$. Frdrick 1. D.l I ., 12 Frit.E. Church c.;& Ropr. B.lt_ ,! low. 2 bedrooms nicely furnished;
"It 11 cash price 1188. electric
stove. Larse window
Chrysler moel little. 32 W. Church.PURN1TURI M M HEWHAMPPUIRE CHICKS-2 Mi to 3 AVE. 25 W. Close ia. St. Phone 8106. CONCORD WEST-Eight blocks great to live i Orlando" beauti' picture
motr. ye" -. Je..le. Falrrilla Poultry AVE I I FRET Hnnrlok overlooking lake. Large tot. fruit nice
Purchase Pr quick weeks old; 2. n.sn.ble. from Ave. is a spic and well
pr\ Or.nc bulL lawn: palms. Owner called north a*>
ale will 12.0. or "I trade II tt-8 P.n.phone MARKS'ST. 115 E.-Desirable roD CONWAY SECTION 3 bedroom pan all furnished andready I planned count business. Special price for Immediate
WANTrD- .pr.tn molfP
for Cruiser of .. Archie fat Hampshlres. Dearly Rates reasonable. Gentleman pre frame bungalow lane .u.rnr for occupancy April 1st. Modern COLLEGE PARK-Here Is a S room I Colonial) sale and occupancy 875OO

Smith. Sanford Boat Works. Phone Mather Or ptN Excellent stock. (1.75 ferred. rorrises. 1.ne work sbop. ..r.e. attractive. it Is worth investlgating. .1 bungalow that needs only (30OO baths, powder rm.br.. '* tl terms. Sam Johnson Co. 2O8 S. Msln.
well bay It. rOn
1132. S.nfo. Pia.C o each. Call at Profile Farm. Clarcona.Florida. 1251 Raeford Rd. off S. Bumby Price 9750. C.I O'H.rr. cash handle. Built In 1940 and ; High tom.tot. .en I.
OEAHPARR cm Phone t I.Dcc.p O LANCASTER PARS=Beautiful view.
tables ? L&omer Phone 2-3919. Moore. 109
STUDIO COUCH-Radio: rag; : B.ltor. Pe. needs little cleaning. Furnished of view
lando. 56 X. Church St. Pon. 2-31 Bus line. iner- __ te MtOI choice location. 3 story nicely fur*
2 chairs .m lamps. 528 ..ennBt TURKEYS-Now taking orders for spnnss; breakfast privileges. Ca 2-836. eluding some linen dishes and iaI and nicely furnished. nished Venetian blind large living

.. phone mornings. 4854. eggs and C. Wilder Jr.. ver. Nice 75 foot tot. (1100. buy at (28.50O. terms. Huckel-OT-sU fireplace diningreom nicely
SOFA=Duncan Fnyfe. solid or I Turkey pwt.. 191.D 2-2& NRoOmin- AMELIA. 225 EAST- or discount for cash to mortgage. I B.I.on. 118 E. Robinson; d.a room arranged kitchen with breakfast
mao
Pr.
1921
ORANGE AVE. Harlow G. Fredrick. 118 N. .
fan,. flowered tp.tn stock; weights I 9 [ en- COLONIALTOWN nook; maids room or. gam room
1.bt Spring
WANTED-Any TURKEYS-
reliant CentalAn. FNI au- I Jr. TurkeyPatois nenprn. m.tt.. P..t.. OPEN FOR INSPECTION Sunday Dial 8188."It's nIRVI SECTION-New 5-room 1 with bath. Upstairs. 3 extra nice
Wilder .
CDdta 115 you get ready enc to 18 Ibs. C. D. .. 416. from 2-5 P.m. 2 bedrooms great live In Orl.n
..th
tr.nt bun..loW. t John-Mansville siding bedrooms cedar closets ale tile
Furniture 6913.1vB.KIYS..60c FAME or.nn'l .I.
phone Ib.tha. -
: 5 bedrooms. oak
2-931. Co.n' Lovely Borne or guest house. hot sanded Kitchen
DRrVE-71. rOi .Irtlc. .te. h..trr bath: central beating. Lange 1 ear
hEWING fon. rom. i
VACNEWht. te.'JO. lOiS lb. 20 lbs up (50e. terms. '
Str. Curh. I also priced (6950; wired .
Plnt aa..e .p.rmenCom em. COLLEGE PARK-He. : equipment. I sarar. laundry tub* Northern owner
8 12 Nor Summerl used stoves; Ice boxes; Batching eggs 20c. Falnrtlla Poultry I and nicely ele- lot fiOOO. C. B. Davis. Realtor. I IL :
double. for
fRNUI. gle or fanshr !I you have r winter home. See this aa extra
Street. pl.tD
_ beD lokt.
_
_
Call before yon Ph. 5927. (240O a Agency. R 112 witheverything Jefferson: 2-1649. .
B.ln. r.r. RAEHN ; at 1500 Delaney: ltben Incom. HAL BRS .ltr. 3 bedrooms; flrhr I well built home. (27.500 term*
Farquhar No. 9. praetlcally ScwellThurmond AVE.-.45 dining I
SAWMILL living: room TeL
topprices. We An.
pay Why Plastered
and with year could
PRICES home Or. you Co. 2O8 S. Mala.
choice private a. 1dudln. I FERNCREEK AVE, < Sam Johnson
Dial 915.. Pine SPEC d.ble and bathfor S.-Mo.r I
brand new. Frnt Co, 7 W. order from VenemellanGovernment couple: garage optionaL room kitchen I and Insulated. Electric stove I bungalow on frame. I
br.kfat. wonderful rom LAKE SUNSET-Bungalow
has c ;
.H--WEIG Bash balances: St. Plat 4G. for 1.0 Pen Pedigreed Sum owner. This property and refrigerator; all furnishings are convenient to school and bus. (6500.
lake tot
aaah pulleys: sash cr4 Smith OL GOLD-We p., blithest prices chicks .ek from our 8tBT48 7529. possibilities for home. Income .ndInn.tm.nt CONCORD AVE. EAST-A thoroughly new. Full tile bath :nicely landscaped Allen Johnson. Resltor. 140 N. Or- bedroom furnished. On :
Plne (6850. Baa JohnsonCo
on 5( 200. price
This Ph win x
Lumber Co .and old Rock hens. Mr. Ohio b five blocksfrom for terms. Call Mr. *
old
.tb. home lot. Going
Or. substsntial
8612.
lice: -Specializing la Homn.-
Railroad. J .. broken dimod.j..elr .00.. .llet.r. leaves us l.n.d lot of blah rises C.1 before 3 p.m. SUDd. Iround t aOY and give d.t.l Orange Ave. I a block of attractive I Mowrry with 12.0 Kie Realty 30 C.Church. 520-3-bedrooaThun 208 8. Main._ _ _

201 Sons. 139 H. cockerels can have 11010. W furnished screenedfront 1435. GREELY ST., t.AKCADAIR5ECTIOIO-e real buy
condition. you ample
a mRPARK-Nf.l _
Irl.n _
sVI-CG MACHINES cod Joe Parks Ac Sons West Pl Bah. Inquire at JAL. Ohio. Real EM at.. 108 8. :Cobmt South exposure), largelivlnc low cypress construction: completely to settle estate 5 room buncalow
_ OFFICE COLONZALTOWM-Jlnme and Income :
1. furlu The Jade Lantern. 332 N. Park A. Court St. Phone 20642. furnished including radio washing built 1941. furnished except dining
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VNQ-IUC-. Factory r Get our pre.. Check St.. phone" 8158.OFFICB Fla.SEND today for free In YALE A .ID.I.. two rom. diD.. rom sleeping Itb.D.prc" b.t buy I t.of this np.( machine vacuum sewing machine. room. Larg rooms electrIc kitchen;
bdro. 1'-1 New O.E.
dishes. AU large room
new; pr- Stu.r. 1 PTAR V:42 highly [ 10. and brrexewBF: attached garage: landscaped
Al Wiggins: badly Ribbn' .1 Prefer m.t. prpn refrigerator. Chef
are t Magic gaa
and "
able
hurt
tr-eee. floor
64' 7! tot ctfrus
cnlole. modern :
MACHNJW. Ribbon 6044. Priced at S11.SOO. C.UO'H.r.Mor. .
Elee- in need Adding machines blooded tested chicks. Continuous hot water. ANGEBILT BECON- aU X. CestIl-2-bedroom home fur. ran,.. Oak and palm shade: fruit floor
MACHINE- fireplace oak picture
SaWING : ;
SINGER i ForsyUt 8US.WAtlanta.Ga. .. ga- 109 E. Pine. nace
at 218 cash registers. Highest prices Hatchery. Dept. 15. 215 B.ltr. nished. 42 fruit tre.. O.ru. trees. Owner leaving state. (4OOO rash Insulated termite
Can aeen windows tile allis: ;
iris paved
prbl.. b paid. Lehnherr. 220 8. Main. 8850WE ._ and board. 20 E Amelia. rage. Nicely landscaped; on a Phone 2-0836. Laundry tubs. A good bu, 15. required. Balance; (7OOO on mortsase. ;phone 4554.
Park down proofed _
Small _
ROM line. _
_
Lk. street; on a bus COLLEGE PARK-The most chann- Quick possession. Open bouse today,

BAIOA Tom.t year. Forced old.to perfect mo.4rh. BUY used Orlando furniture. Ca--J: BI.DTRr ROt. 95per Room In private home. payment 163:S.Mr.Main.Busch with Sam 2-bedroom masonry home you NORTH Fine prewar 2-bedroom lto4p_ m._ _ LAKE ADAIR PARK-livable One. of bungalow the-
fot enm. mixed (4 95 per 100.Mlnorra NIC.CAN H.tthl. 20 711. Imagine. Living rom 15x22. bungalow. floors tiledscreened prettiest and mont
W. Church phone Heavy dinner prefered. Had"o 2 bedroom.
207 i Bre.tfat 1 GORE AVE.-1431 East : 78 foot lot la of
Mr.P. H. O.lne. Ill 8tre 8295 per 1OO. Leghorn I 1 mo- Screened porch and br.ze".7. Wood Eatr 10' aU land- I homes oa one
..., Melbourne, Fla. 2-88. brlrn(1.95 per 100. Ship Call 2-231. -KBC10N-Ne" Duo-Therm beater. Attached scaped. ph terms. furnished frame home. Shrubbery. our finest neighborhoods 1s offered
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WE PAY highest cash prices for old London Poultry. Box 1844. LARGE RM-Ho and cold running -. business aection. Moderate .r. .a.for.. S3OOO "I handle; low monU Nl. no.o. IT fruit trees. Immediate possessloa. for quick sale completely furnished.

SHOW CASES-New and used. BI.de diamonds and diamond Jewelry In COD. 7. N. 3. .tr. Inerprl. mattress 100- loan to OI's. Phone 3-3&2. I p.yment. schools .n Princeton School Section A nice HARVARD AVE. McHere bnllt modern Reasonable priced see H. X. Wheeler
Show Caaa Co lie any condition. City Luggage and Trenton employed on. pry.t. See it with H. F. B home. 2 sleeping I prewar frame. 2 bedrooms. < with Harold Shepherd Realty Co. 20
loU 20271. R Jewelry Co- cor. Orange at Church. f.mU. Box 516 BALTIMORE ST. 1433 3-bedroom- t. land.Tbel. Knc.1 Orange porch. Neat .bdro. .ne. Priced to fining room living room with lire- E. Washington St. Phone 5124.
for Rent ; R..ltr.
Ae, 45. Apartments FURNISHED bath. Open 2- 2.tor7 move right jus. dial 2- 7859. selL I IK. place tiled bath and kitchen sink ,
Wood RoM-Adolnln.& W. redecorated. Vacant I 2 porches. 6O-ft. landscaped tot I II0.5OO. .
and
35. Fuel Oil ; 610 IVANHOE Overlookinglake.
BEDS Coll sprIng conatrne- Furnished ink,. Continuous .tr. (9U50. C. R. Emerick. Realtor. with LAKE -
Cobln.- .
APT. This find Is exclusive .
SPA o Princeton Ave.iYisT In an F. Realtor 32 E. P.pbon. ( About 4- year old a bedroom bun
Orlando living bedroom N. Orange: 7348. COLLEGE PARK-9 houses sections 8.01 Realtor. Rm. 6.
169.1. Frtlr OILS-Complete line for home lion tlthrn. For rent. _ T. K. Hastlncs- room U 12x21 with
Co.. 141 W. r electricity gas. hot ".tr. fumar.Bnt COTTAGE O to of College Park. Furnishedand I Central Arcade: 4237. galow. Living
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a Industrial use. "We Serve Central by year month "ek. mi. lake. Twin bd Innersprmg BEERLYHORE W.ltnl of- ; 1. 2 or 3 bedrooms 1999-Nice prewar 2- large picture winnow end fireplace.
DRY CAN ; Bledsoe Fuel Oil Co.. fishing prtvileges. .n..1 anfurlhe Tell ORN AV Orunfurlshel. tiled and rInsed notch adtmnlng
rAUY Jonda" Orlando win ted r..d. tresses. per from 1 with 10 Nice
B.tl. fering. A masonry lP. It. Frnlhe
".. 206 Tanks available. frm Park. 8-8333. bun..lo. I L.Llnton. HARRISON 5T. NO. 2001- 13x12. Electrle kitchen.
dining
tn. 440 W. Robinson AT.. 'o. Wlte turn left at T.fra Club about 10th Pon. fect lake view setting. com what you ..nt 1 have Oarage. fo tl. I room
Ph:
FUEL OIL-There are plenty o boose ID.CJ. room. pleted. For see Robert L.Pryde. Broker. 211 Edgewater Dr. screened Must selL Breakfast nook. Bath tiled. Knotty
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10f. for ahead so keep NA-L& det.11 pr weekdiys.COLONIALTOWN2.bedroom OPEN for Inspection front 1 vntrt5pm. on. floor Central beating system.
SREE BLBlk7. chilly days 6010 AU mod Inner- N. Orange; phone Ph. 4595. fer.After_
1ti
G homeor office comfortable eallln BOHWAY. Utilities paid. breakfast Call 2-4596. ,. today. If yon know good 73 ft tot and nice shade. This Is
endltln. 15. A J. TbOD 11J. Orlando Fuel Oil Co- Inc.. 511$. prlnci; pryuu. construction and want aa excellent wen furnished for 812 6OO HarlnwO
Adult no pu 4 P.l Tourist 2-O028. C LIMITS-Southeast. Large new bu..lo.with 2-r.apartment >n I location then see this large 6-room Fredrick. 118 N. Orenee. Dial 8188."It's .
Mlbl..n mSIKK8 FUEL Call now tor Hot and cold S25O. Mr. Bryantwith
OI' pr' rear. bunsalow todav. Lovely corner tot.
.p.rm.nt. Orlando.0LAKE
.In.l.eOIP.rment Prlll. great to live la
Hat rims
an I
typea. Kerosene and finished Inside Broken
doable. compartment: CLOSE IN-Attractive. four room 47-1. Rental A enle | BERKSHIRE AVE- NO. 1645- water; electrdt7. Inc 2-car garate. Offered by out of town
sinks with tanks available. Ph 8021. McOrawaFuel apt. tile twin bed*: I but Large corner lot. 877 N. Or.D.Ave.; dial 9855. owner through Gee. F. Brass Realty

dnlb.rd. -trim.cabinet Cash terms. Oil Service. $ furDI8 mo.; b.tl rats. 418 LANDLORDS win supply ,01 desirable OPEN BOUSE from 2 until S 'o. Price reduced to 1270. Loren Dunn CLOSE IN-Furnished 3-bedroom Co. 19 K. Central Ave. Phone 2-3155. MAITLAND.-2-aere lake front
e.n estate of 4 bedrooms. 3 bath**
o '
Llbby pl..d 711 W. Clrh. Broadway.OOTHA ._ _ _ tenants free of and If yon are looking for a b. Broker. 6 N. Br"D home. 2 t.bsths. oak floors: cypress rramo ('olossial. (37.SOO. M. J. Moo
.Pm.n. 37. Fertilizers and Just phone yourva- In don't fall to come outand Ann Goodwinwith I
a Near
1. hom. COLONIALTOWN-
SoD week. HILLCRCST Ave. 806.-&chonl shopping -
sixes. furnished to 815 a obhl.un. M 11.6. 13th. Broker. 132 8. Main: phone
SCREEN Ir' .1 lovely 3-bedroom buna.- N.
DRSA Ra Et.t. AUI, see this New rement block Inc., &7 center bus service all within
Her.a
door lock COLD SMOKE-An application BOW babels ..Ic. I.C..a.D.l S. Court St. low. A-I 100x135 ( -.977. _ _
r. 2 2-48. L.re 4 and bath. Orange dial 9855.
1 condltlD rooms Pe 75. : I 2 blocks and the privacy of a residential
Orange Are. 116 ask for _ _
Smyth Lumber Co. will give your p..t shrubs andgardens I1.Wl. WE WILL HELP you find a rental ft. 2- .a.. Price reasonable Terms. Llndberg. E. SECTION New street. 2 bedroom frame LAKE CONCO'CJ ESTATE on 'nesteu -

and Railroad. t., lift to help iMPONAn'1021 N.-Ne"l fur for a (3 service charge. Vetern' and o.nr will Include kitchen Insoo Ave.. phone 2-O818. COLE. PAR ... asphalt tile bunsalow. needs cleaning and somepaint plot 10ftx200. at 221 W. Co
indoors or into healthy condition. cold See Mr. Lever- lr. home with future
them .ld 29 8. equipment tonlaL a modern
STAIWAY-ome. Real Estate C.r i d.alrC. tot. Immediate pee- but offered as la for (5.500
r.lnl. Very reasonable. Cold .ok. will do i safer, easier. water. CODnel bath and garage. A..e7. ett on George P. large bedrooms fon'P..u. for quick sale atV with (48OO cash balance of (7OOcaa nhatve-nent. Quick pasaaasien. 819.*

Phone 1. ana C 8314. Private f.ml, 48-1. Beach Realty Co.. 19 E. Central Ave. COLONIALTOWN abundant space spaciousthroughout. ,s.lon. .P.e 2-4775. with be assumed. Frisk Crebs. Real 7M). Term Shown by appointment.M. .

SADDLES Western h.nded. COW Ku8 a yard delivered 3 room apt. Rental Good.Iot construction corner Clyde McKensle. -12 8. Main. tor. 507 MetcaU Buildiag phone 3. MOM IJ'h. Broker. 132 8.

158 and up. B. H. bag d h.red KISnnnSPrb Adll' couple. WE a few rooms available for lot. Owner wants offer. RobS l.ke.hi Orlando 2-1710. Main: phone 6977 or 2.43O8

ware 220 8. Oranee. Phone 21841. M A. Knta-ht, .County n02MPE Inquire E. B.le. 22 E. Esther. Or- BAVI and Vach Amert.nPI.a BEVERLY SHOREBr.lttu new S. Racy with Robert R. Tyre. Real COLNILTOW-L.\ Let us HOMELAND ST. 109-New 3 bedrooms LANCASTER PARK-Modem 2-berf.

SILHOUETTESManY aluminum T-Delivered any upL lando. Riant on o.n bungalow. ti. tor. 1 W. Washington. 6174. show you our listings of beautiful : 3 tots; (2500; (1500 down. room home tastefully furnished. In

dean top fill dirt. LA KEFRONT-Efficiency apartment. and fishing. C.l Paul Ocean masonry construction h.rd.o home on Park Lake. Hindis. Wood 1414 29th 8t, redecorated. 2 bed a lovely setting A home deattmed for.

extra. ol. Co.,n2toLmt !Pray. a. Ba 102. Ltha F. Bus line. For information see 3100Fdrewater Lodge. Cocoa B.c Florida. floors. lovely Iskevlew ward. Weber. BUlcrest. Palm Drive. rooms. S1OOO dowau Kalcr Sectt T, llrfna- Bethis tp-fm yr T y.Prt"e

Phone .tru I phone (16) 33R12. Dn.e.LKEFON less than cost.. (17.500.2-3176.terms. GeorgeHKiuredte. COLLEGE PARK-3-bedrooqt tV.Bf- E: Robinson. E. Colonial. Mt. tt*. 3 bedrooms concrete block, dlC.300.Bnrch See Wilbur Broker.Strickland 12 S.

ALHousehold scales. 24 pound POULTRY MANURE. 815 a ton; at 3 49. Business Rentals a..ltr tow; concrete block construction; N. Mills X Amelia etc. v..n.1 furnished; (1500 dowa or trade oa with Hone.
APARTE-Ne. 824 N. Mills; 2-1688. north or east home. Collese Park MslnS109O _ _
capacity. S4.SO. Runs Stores Co.rinr > the FsirvUi Poultry r.n phone b.L Ln. living room; dining room: kitchen: Brokers.
fc Phone 13183.EN 8827 Lake. 8 miles Rout OFFICE W AND"nt.1 office BEERY SHORES We nave a spe bath; screened porch. Newly decorated A.e.Ce.n several lovely homes. (11.OOO up. LAKE PRIVILEGES. Construction
| WIRE Assorted 1 left past Muskoka Cabins ..ID or office established "r.cty. proposition In a Inside and out. 15O* lot frontage. COLGI"PARVaa 2-brdrm bom Chrismaa Real Estate. 375 M. Oranse; conn**. Solid brtek. beautiful bard

andsatoanhsed.5L wldtb. 3*. Plants, Flowers and Seeds second r.d J. D. Rebstock. No chil Real Et.t tlm Box 448 larger bln..lo. extra features Priced to sell-owner going Nol 1941. Attached garage. 6823. wood floor*, tiled kitchen, bath window
.ppr Phone dren. with dressing room ; (10.SCO .a tractive furnishings HARVARD AVZ.-l.story frame: 4- eflla. steel windows rapper
H.rdw.r. 220 8 Orange. 8Sta. and bath: 75 foot tot well elevated .U.0 0 furl.hed. A. Bryant with moer trabI[ plomtMns. Best bur on market. Pnrvtl
floor
2-1M1. AnNUALS Petunias; corn no.er RIDGEWOOD A VE.-628; Furnishedapt. 059-ICE South I del out. Bus center bedrooms. 2 baths oak
uatl 3 aOPPD. Move In Buy
SPAC2 and very nicely lo.t.d. Acproximately Martle Williams. Realtor. 21 W. Immediate owner glad to screened porch central heat. A real Hire If needed. 511400.
and ; _
sIstine; many 1 Main _ _
ou.n C I lYI.-rom. 'I Bldg. Phones
STOCK AND DIE SETSArnistronc.aSnotable WUliama. 1411 "drom 878OO cash and assumea Washington Phone 8106. show propertyany time. Oeorie': home for large family. Near school fm Claybaugh. MetcaU

stock and die. I. t E table : klth.n.. pr..t. .couple preferred. OFFICE SUITE-Or single ofk..Apply -% term mortgage p.7.bl. 866 0 Bt Painter with A_her Peter. B.1o. 70E. store bus. Large corner shaded 13. _ _ _ _
A/Al iAS flowers. artistic North Orange
cut
1-inch also. Knox Stores 2 I ee. 1217 G. Fredrick. I Howard. ? Modern 2-bedenmu
POOH
p.p anywhere Suitable for pr month H.rlo. buns alow. Central: 2.0758.DOLLIPJ5BT..430New tot. No Inflation. (13.2OO. LAKE -
E. .. 2-3183. decorations; we wire ; SMA1IAPART1JENT OFFICE SPACE for tnt stenographic I OrD.. Dial 5ts5.2ta CLNITW-rm. and tile Broker 3O8 M. Main. 7325. tnmeatow. slat* roof tlto floor
cement
6 E C.ntr 464. I. or two men. TUehta water and and to In'Orlando" brm. back
SPRINKLING CANS G.I.nR'Ilttcr' one 922 Glen- telpho. anicl. treat 1, sleeping porch nice living construction 119 ft. road froatage running
81.75 and 81 85. Knox o. C. MI ageless; palms; land gas for cooking tlre Dlckson's 423 8. room and dining 1 room.b.tl Ir. t eplrt1 HARVARD AVE. Just North Lake tv lake. Close to r* re. bus and

15 E. Pine. Phone 2-3183. a.p aubbrPI.1 plants. don D.SM'S OF 3 ROOMS with prI.t IN-3 blocks east of Post Of- kitchen screened front 1rl T b" .Ioa .fU"lr'l Ivanhoe. 3 stories. 4 bedrooms. 2 I wtiool. (*9V> C. P. Bnamwty. Real.

STEM CAn Make Kerrlck Mul"Jt llr.rl. 1. Prl.t. CABINS Highway 44. SUI (60. monthly. M. CE 1 block north of Lake 101.. home In excellent Pte 11. 507 Metcalf. baths oak floors. Built 194O. Corner 1 1tot. tor 14O N Orange; 2-32(2

= working condi I CITRUS TREES pecans and all fruittrees fond on".s. room on ].f. b.t'. 132 S Msln.phone 6977. I Completel furnished home. 2 brm. I' dime to be spent. It is attractivelyfurnished. eb.Jhtne 2170.DLST.3.. pear bus and school. Owner leaving -; LKE CONWAY SECTION-OverlookIng -

tion. Ideal for or small garage. recommended for tl section. north. 2 .pt. 1 f.r OF ROOMS suitable for offi- sleeping porches Vacant and you may move Completely and towa. wants to pelT this week. Lake Conway. Cottage on large

We replace .lth a hravlri Mills to Nebraska t Nurr,. nished.SUBURBAN. nJ. Conveniently located. Pre log room dining room. large screened right la. You win wen to see Itat or unfura-1 I (13.250. terms. W. B. Nicholson.Reator. lot. Good .oll. Room for chickens

nit. Roller Chevrolet Co.. 115 W GRASS Pure Centipede Stolens for -2 duplex apts. 1 bed reasonable. Day phone 8524; II.bt front porch. (8950. S30OO ru(JO our,. Only (10.500with terms. Ished. New 2 bedroom bungalow on : 14 8. Main SU phone 2-1619. ; '" t tre**.. Only H-000 for evict *al*.

Grotto Ave. I Planting 1._.. per busheL room and screen porch new; strictly 2-1910. per month. We are ... h.pp See K. Stewart with Harold Shepherd landscaped corner tot. Nice w Ifer W. Wow Iiv Co. 4* J Orenee -

T!%E PRCNERS..Clyde 2O-lnca and W. C. Frase. 2-4409.1.1 modern: completely and ncelyf.nlhe Orange Ave. I this t aa exclusive listing as It 1 Realty Co. 20 X. Washington 3t.Phone Very reasonable aD ter.. I BOLDER HEIGHTS 52017016-2- Ave. Orwla Manor office 3358V.
9-RCOM "It
i-lnch Cabots tree healing paint.Bumby BDPHES-Worids best. Including .Ut. CD HOUSED purposes. feted for the first tll. and aa 5124.CDLLEOEPARKFrame. prc. bedroom concrete block borne fur Orange Ave _
ROSE suitable : Wm. Mathews O"nr.DtDUBan.low.
BDt now. comerl.1 Can S.
Hardware. 102 W. Church.5.1, a nckr.a.d cultare .rc,, Apts.w.te.Phone s.mme 23.WINTER year lease. Pion. 3-JI74. with excellent Sam b.y.Hutching. Broker; 206 B. bungalow. 6 3 nice nished. 2 tots. (7.000. excellent terms. LARK IVANHOE SECTION *
812 Kel Lna.o Excellent condition. b-I Strickland with Henry Dutch Colonial home
TABLE LAMPS-Originally McClung Br SUITABLE STORAGE rooms and b.U. : furnished: See Wilbur charming
c.tl. 41OO FT. Main-dlal78ll.
0 close .1t 1.95. Orlnd Frllr e ln..fl.r. Tea. PARK-920 Orlando Ave.and Home of l.pl.c. fon.ttl fD Isle kitchen: carpeted throughout' : 51- Burch. 12 8. Main. 8-1090. completely furnIshed sad located onoi
r dinette of Edgewater
Lundner.ID7P. COt.LEGKPARK-iEant beautiful
C. 141 Chlrch. SPRING and Spring flower One bl. kltcba I retail bungalow paved .trL lnd..d lo .r. garage: flower patio: outlldelbU. IVANHOE Lake view front and of Orlando's most
3-bedroom
tabe
bath. bun.u70 71. ). painted plenty of Owner ssasell 825OO bungalow. 3 sleeping streets 3 bedrooms sun room. 1 4
os. Table and cor- PmaCe ( Ne.I fnl. sell back. Frame
TAAUS1 .a..sll.11 hats. deo.tlD bedroom each. Inquire .t rod Oi auet V'a bunt In '42. 2 screened Good terms. See )ut. 115. rr. bath carace: large landscaped
sagesPeggy '. Gardens. 2319 M. 2 NTW APTS -1 9158. for (10.0. 1. 8 owner No 6 Backspin rocma. electric kitchen Venetian -car
Ual. Go- landscaped
rirh.Oarland_ ph. at trailer at N.nr.Churchlot. porches tile bath. WeU Stewart H.rld Shepherd B.1, off Par.DVPLZX t. blinds. Princeton School wants ever lot Tb-re Is xintMng t* compare
.
prang : 12.STRYYOuOBERY 75-ft Jot. St. Phone vrl'h this et (13-SOft: term avail
I on Kaley Avenue. Rent 16.Alr.0.0.a.1 Co X. W.hlnct. children. Bus by the door. Live la
TWIN BI-Sr Maple, ri PL 2-ROOM Efficiency; electric kitchen.Apply 50. Wanted to tor. 140 ** 1612 CLOSE 2 K -Excellent 10nUo. two this grand location for (850O with able. Allen Johnson Realtor. 140 W.

t H : 10 pr Washington BLO Ing In Homes. home onbeautifully only (2SOO down. T. K. Basting Oran8612.. 8peeializia to
Drive. .tr13 Park; alter 10.00 P. O. Box 8SO. Orlando. 1515 West APARTMENT or 3 rooms furnished story Colonial type 4U.lf7 **
A. Large living room. Central Arcade 4237. Stores _
a m. Call 9684. ; newly married couple: permanent CLEE PARK- I.nd..p feet. Realtor. Rm. 6. : _ _
kitchen
for rent. Inquire both employed- room and King ] dining C. furnished lnc1ud-> IVANHOE SECTION-This attractive LAKE FRO1T Suburban. County
'I APARTMENT : no pets; rom. completely
TTPEWRTTER-RemiDittoa 39. Livestock and 3-ROOM 2 largo bedrooms and Close tobus. .t. H Vo.r 6OO ft. of latef.ns.re
1rt.blf. Supple Pitt Service Station. Ph. : and electric kitchens. Large prewar 6-room cypress sided estate. 10 acrea.
Excellent conditions see .8 at Fort 226.A..r. schooL churches I has bed I has much Modern *-rom home. Shade
: downstairs bans a low nicely located
: lot. Southeast eettlion.
m.s. landscaped
Orans Room mUch 4 83O. Cheney enough for 3 tps.ln nicely !
10.TEMOJOl 1 new .
OA al.r Hlb. aduU RSxnS. landscooed. :cr room. 4 bth Almost Immediate occupancy.Represents to offer. 2 bedroom glassed sun *td citrus tree Plaiting and boating.If
and 2-.11n I I soon *25. I 812. -an efficiency apt t share !!!!_ ._Ph._.2-3372.. Owner will sell furnished i Large ob.. bdr.with investment home : rcom. large living roomdIning room yen are interested In lakefrmt.eoe .

AU o"D. Connelly. Lexington A.e. 1-v a young lady. (7.50. "ek Box APT.-or 3 or 4 room h.. Fur nished. Property clear and lm.4t. equipment and. apartment.a..e above This I and inrome.good Shown appointment 0 kitchen breakfast nook tIle bath. I tn property we wQ be gliii Os

_. Co.. 2 E. Pino. Phone 13163.TiL1TT One Vial.. 522 8Star.APARTM.EiTtwo. nished. Business woman. Ph powMlon. Call 7247 property is In tin top condition inside : only. ,' lrains and sills central heat with *nyc yon price an-1 term* Worth (18OOO -

TRAILER equipped for seafood :: year old. 4 quart milker. rom. furnished 27061.APARTMENT.. I and out. Wbl. th. home has StlmP-t.tn.. R".ltn 6 duct*, lifetime roof. Price only aol more. Win eonMer a good

t vegetables route. Price OAT 4th. 6 year old. 1'4u.r except linens. working In. 3 adults. Pr-I never been purpose it i Me.l Phon 111. (10.500. term Weir System. 62( E. off r. Herman Goodwin Inc., Broker:

8125. Cu.D 3900 W. Par.Dk Ave.TJPUOL8TERY : milker fresh April I&U.Pt cUP. couple. (3O month. 2115 8. Rio manent. Not c (50. Please tl CASSELBERRTS8400 could! provide a splendid Income underh' Pine: 4641.iii15 rrr K. Orange Ave.; dial 9(59 org

P S. W. Cment 514 .St Gr.nd.AY. at 21st St. _Phone 2-128. i caliber guest home management.The AVE.-1700 la St. Cloud. *) in._ _ _ _
In remnant AIC- lande. for business woman. Ia I' -2 bedrooms: 2 bit porches: owner win sell ""se or unfurnlihml. I" 5 rooms and bath: hardwood COOTS; LAKE FRONT-One of the few Lake

I H 8. N. Orange Ave. GUERNSEY COW FOR SALE-Gas beacon Houses for Kent AATENT Winter Please 1-acre. Paved street. Priced to eU. (27.SOOtmfnTnlshwJ. completely furnished: garage and I Front Pomes left within the at*
Br"n. 1 I 46 Ol.do Pak : lake front; %- one-hslT ca h rnulfedSe ,CIRCLE tile bath
at 2419 Sooth Shine Street. 88 1 bdnP ",,. chicken pen some fruit trees. S acres i limits Modern bungalow
VENETIAN BUTrn days de Telephone2-1445. COLLEGE PARK new 2-bdr ca U1. ..r. J.b". 17. Mr. Little wr>h Hirold Fbpr to.daY. ifgood graaa. (5OOOITANROE i anil imower. Oak floor coooerniumbing.
livery. aluminum: APARTMENT WANTED by mother lakefront ear E. )pen for Inspection 2 7 5 0.
Ct b.'U newly I94OO-3 Realty Co. attached garaie. (14
bdrom I .
house b.tb SbD-
steel: .o M.naf.tur In our own Boa .oru-and rides. lot house room with furh.. .'le and 6th grade daughter Call Soiarlum. port; .Crte blk Phone 124CStDI03_2_ _ _ New : l SHORE5-Bpadoua 2-bed- Exclusive with C. P. Rhumwav. Ral-
Fall-villa road on Winter Drive Dabsdread.
terms S125 monthsIn 2312.wl (4 95O bdom Tr. A lakefront. Drtv easy out 't.k tort 14H 5. Orange dial 3--.2H2.
low aa 85 Free estimates.RadbUl Oarden.catoff. E. YOlD. _ fan: brI".Y. m.tb. K.nnD it of tower P. room home. Tiled kitchen drain
p motb. 106 K.Kaley. .dv.nt. lease Summer APT-, farlec b, ""me "all. t tw Recently 668 M. Orange; dial tiled bath attic Tan. Designed and LAKE FRb?T <200 ft>. NIcely huH
V.U. Bld MARE-Seven years old; Western or b year. Apply after 6 p.m 1210 or Ph modern t. 251. frame
Dh. cuPl. cdreD pt 2-.dnI. built for comfort. Price cut to (12.500 Fnclish type 2-bedmom
2-1' west phone Winter
- ,,: ..de. .8140. W.l 1 mi. New H.mPhl' Ave. .ne 1p. Blbb.rd caIr tinntalow. built B.r.o for quick sale. Immediate par session. I Path rrtre shower heavy duty

VACUUM C1.EANER3ak m"\' 'nl.r Vlne. and bth mod APT.-lady alone. 2 or 3 rooms for Pak 78 Brtr ly1 tltrl h at. lovely ar H. C. Bsbcock. Jr.. with Robert R. electrlHty. 20 fruit, meet. Paved rood.

I t.and upright mo.1 with .prices. OSTAON, mustered.. At FIU;ISH 3lm., .. 1Cb boat 1 year C In n.a.ll.Box I nr Jh. .t..nlce'v Turkey lfidaod.
bment. Vr" stud Child and Last Larre Pcstts.r fF12
8 O- rL n.bl. 497 8Star.APT .. 811OOO.
Inc.. 81. X I Golf -
W111. R.a Ranch West 33rd Lake leavtr' mut sell overtook C.
Lake W. Owner Immrl.tl,
Ava Rouse S v.ln mldence 2d -efficiency. Young couple wUh 1child. CLNILTOWN-P.. 2bn (23OO down and balance LAKE DAVIS SECTIOK livable
a." o W.U- R. Orlno 1.Call 2-211. 8ue late t Wierer. 20 lat Ph. 821R Winter bo.. pr..mpletly cessneisbinifen. "".1" .am.- (55 OO 1m.o. IVAKBOX SECTION-Convenient ta family borne. 3 bedrooms (lavsedtn -
B
f _ Park I furnished- lad. ron a 4 c.r. p..1. 70-C. a py.bl. .otI7. porch. both (-carsarase.
a 1H
VENETIAN 30". 32" Reta pr.lc.SDLEHOaEE.sy W.t Orlnd. tween 6 sod_S pm.FCRNI3HED _ electric. and tral. Phone Carter.551&. Jo Jones M. t.Mm stores school and bus. 3-bedroom. sleeptac
BLUID2" riding and LAUREL ST. bunsalaw. k.ab. l.tC l. fButt 133 S. 2-batn home with many extra la- lovndry and work shoo. la
.I-1 for Itth.
34" and 3 .Idt e.lumlnmglat $ W. Central b. stores. ROOM Arranged rrr lo 15 tr.nlbI. A' Broer. MI eluding large living room sun room. co-)e possibiUtl If de-tred An St.
blinds: 88 at the factory. PnP. light housekeeping near store: not phone
Ave. after a m. Sunday. Ia .on *O. 1.DtlDRU 2 screened porches breakfast Book- relent buy at (10 OOO. Can Joe
1739 8. Kuhl Ave. dial 8059. S I dollars permanent flames -New. neat.
over twenty m.t COLLEGE PARK Smith Street floor furnace attic faa and kitchen Danjr.l with Ron Kay Anderson.

landoVenetlas Blinds 0"1'j : Pet Stock and Supplies SORRENTO-X bath furnished: April bD..I". single lent"m1 1.a, CITY LIMITS-.hist alee 2 n Pretty ItMn 2 bed equipment. Beyond compare at (12.OOO. .- Sisal or. 423 8 Orange; ftttoot 24406.Fv .
VENETIAN 2-b1 oL covers Bl 505 81r. bedroom ". of attractive banga- rooms. Mew Price r.---< pt t2a.LAKESUZAI4NAH.
ILb .f.n meron. Sorrento. b .nc cmeD One tb m smart Furniture caa be purchased. Allen
I Itday Wr. 1. 2 bedrooms large ia 4 years. Sot perfect but a
ia Call unfurnished large store room Johnson. Realtor. 14O H. Orange
fOMothr. SECI'lON-iSOq-
delivery. Woud-14-day :\AIEAL PPPlPrbr.. 2 BEDROOM house furnished _nice fOUS&nur 40 I .nach.suitable (or grocery-market. corner.tot. tile bath.D4IG will couple ran make It .Price 5450. 8612. 'SpecialiUns- in Homes. re-h buy this -room frame bun,

.1. Blmt ..ar and 1\opposite Chamber of Commerce.. Orb 1.UD: washing machine Park.: a Ir.l. Call 2-91 11' .t Your chance fo home handle. Guernsey :lac. I CaU28401DELANXY_ -. JEFFERSON ST.. 2426 K-Partly galow. Good prewar eowtractioB/

m o Ol. EsU..w Vista. In. P. 91Winte BOIJSE 2-r .nahe 1_ leas u. price UN I PARK-Beautiful lace finished eottase. an 2 Site tots. Miss large rooms and closet baUK
without obh.toD OrlDo Ven.t: ISO highway view bone la this exclusive IOO-ft. landscaped tot
years rent hle. ft a and fireplace. ;
Puppy four 2-Z1 I.n .a (2faOO.JEWELL
I aY.M.
TERRIER -
I BOSTON I
Bllndjtfg. 13i 8i S ROOMS Unfurnished. 880. 7289. regular 'ba .o terms. 3 large bedrooms modern cnJ good trarden soH. Vacant Price (77M.
months old: a ceasoSable.Silverdawn HOUSE fo Summer A Broker. Church : landscaped AVE.-1934. private owned.
VENETIAN BUNDS special shinment. b.ut Joa BD. COLLEGE PARK-1826 HsTtson St. tln Lovely Mr. Bryant with Berwiaa Ooodwia
Steel stork blinds receIved.sIzes Krnnr\ Dora. Cad and wife. Xn. ateepin porch. replacement cost at 12-SOO 5 rooms sad bath snodem. Oat dial 955$.
5 ROOMS-Furnished. 3 and will St __ 2 elasted aRe Inc 677 H. Orange;
4JXGO. A'.tracUvrlyprtcrd DOGFemale b.Ph fO aaab property br CaU Joe Dsniell with hardwood floor: air rottditto-d: partially
to BUD I terms
Z8x6O Plajr.-.I; Cottace/Unfiaisried. ISx electric I
Winter
Venetian 919 tacky bred elitibte Prt. 193.I pay PrYlrt. Will furnish .05rued. blnc. kn.t Rosa Kay Aadenoav 423 S Orange. landscaped: new last, September.
: ,. Ivannoe.
Ada. Blnds ICSE-D I of with block Continued On Next PJ
Phone
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W. Central. I 069 Ut 5 n.r old. May be after room furniohed bome. moer1 I b. ete.I .n. Owner.D ..2 (2350 down. Phone 22. aP, Ph 2 Evening ph 6284. I Ph. County 1907J1L
5-Star. 2-74
Jj Bo 494
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.Jnnbag; frrntinrl-Sfcr I I 151. HOBSCT fo Sale 151.I Houses for Sal J I 51. Houses for Sale JI J 51-t. Lake County Property 154. Lots for Sale 55. Country Property for
I )I Sale 56.
I j Property for f
58. Real Eftate Wanted
ORLANDOFLORIDA NORTH. Good little hOU wtb SUBURBAN- 82CO cUh 8CO D,I I I NEW-masonry home. 4 r. aol MTD RILLS AND ALOMA East Banes Salef I _
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PAGE 1 MARCH 23. 1947 ,.r.I.come .fr. Je".1.eI Btdg. I P.Electricity minth O. Box,win attJ near := Write I bat.tr.. 2 ..O.ner"r.ne 116 County Eibthorp.33R21.. I.70. sq.ful ft.Lake of Mother Earth. every. Bu.t 12 fot 0 paved Winter streets SDIvICN.86OO lo l.lots Owner or p.. .O.o lake LAKE residence wear FRONT Winter and-2 Park.Modern acres Owner 3-dr.oa pretty I I-I GCCST cat,. Inm.EOCe of per the week best I I LISTINGS and business WANTED provcrty.-Home*,RichsraKaiarosv grove

NORTH SIDE SD1 153. Ol.ndo. delight to the home lover. This lovely I Box 1382. Orlando.ALTAMONTE going present. bedrooms lovely furniture; 672 N. Oraag Ave.. dial
5 room 2 story California styled 5 lorh h 10.7: price should sell I I $0 will handle.
[ tram Preceding Pacel r SUBURBAN 81500 cash balancereasonable DUL DWELLING o room home Information In : 20990.
CI 3500 term Duplex. 4 rm each. will lifetime with 2 baths tIle roof copper SPRINGS-Lake front 1 tl .el Ar Peter. Realtor. I!I office. Harry H.at. Broker ia Coloj {'
M. New S room bl h ana buy this m.nth p.ment ... Br"k ro.e.trcln h.rd.o noon.rf. lead flashings. 3 fireplace ar.double business and renU Reasonably cr. Dtrl an M.I 2- '". J nialtawa t Vogue Theater. I LISTINGS WANTED-We can serve

51. Rouses for Sale b 1.P .o bun Price CI ct. I lao. completely deck prcbe. Greens fuel hct priced. O.r. HOe S.e LK home and I I a253. I you efficiently, if yen really want
:. 2516 14.2.Bdrom bungalow: furnished. Modern kitchen .ntm. really the .n call Winter 8-8394. fN-Fn shore I to seU. Let we prove It can be done
LANCASTZB PARK-Exclusive nb 9644-.2-211. h.r.o Large plot of ground with .ulpmenL. lo UY. T house sets well ALOMA Lake Boat lut and of '' HUGElY AND AMERICA SECTION I Call T. K. Hastings. Realtor. Rm. 6,
dlvUion. Beautiful 2 Fruit pal. )fuml.he L. J a real hoe, plus Income. dtr. bc& frol &t Insuring priv NW -ISO frnt. H.l Drive. 300 Appt.. .eU shaded lake frontage. dock. I -Lane frame bal.. 30 x 5O. 1: Central Arcade: 4237.
with lovely tll. ecu- Pc. 160. thl*. M. 8. I.e.t..t Grounds corner Strathy LD. Paved House has 2 G floor space .1tbl for busi-
Courtney North screen-1
Orange
buaul. bt .r I.nd.pdwt bedrooms
V.ro.e.
RltJ 31 atr. 2 E. city water no 8750- I LISTINGS WANTED We have the
.tret I I a. Very rea- -
; duct t sWr' SECTION Ave.; I Church St. Phone 7833. Palms. Oaks and other clJ teL ed porch light plant and water I .arbou..
ORW 10R 2-247. Park buyer
.ventilation fan; eJ ; new d.a trs. Beautiful azaleas Boneanvlllas. Wlwr Plant; fully automatic. 8nabl. IDur phone 2UI3 Sam If you have the property

funa garage; gar Brand 2 bedroom bungalow I SOUTH SIDE-.7-room frame bungalow Hibiscus and other om.mentl.hrbbr VYHORS are UU terms. H. F. Boland. .25.0. Johnson .. 2 B. ". Call A. T. Carter. 9516: Jkmertoa
e home. Immediate of 3 Lane lane wen N. Orange. Ph. 87 Cart en Main and Central.
to block coDcln. enl .paent b.1 OPEN SUNDAY 2 6 proucln.rlrL prl4 I tl nt 24551. HIGHWAY N.- ft. frontage.
prch: tot. House This T S P.M.- area Let us 1-12 $ I
111. LAKIVIEW: .
.a. 1 J 11.6 ca bac ) mld.uD .let I. HOME-With A-I LOTS-Wanted by private party oa
9 court.
I
C.
eta. You can't Deal H. Ekk rowing business Aa Investmeet aU fruit. hlet fo your new acres I t.ur'
mnt C aOI too Edgewater Court .neU. )alt he. rich tend Sacrifice for cash. Betty Improved street WIlts legal description
610 N. Orange Lv.734*. 1.pr .'$ na at opportunity. and term -Snugly pro a 3 room "going place delay! l re including 4 T..t
.Iln o Ol. I.t ) tected from neighbor and Thee bUD.1. Dn't ar of ft. from Brke. N. Orlando .. location and lowest cash
contact 3. I Realtor; 1317 hl.h.) double. with servant Walter W. Rose Inv. Co .re 3 l. 341.
C BtiDtta nisn Ily.. a2" i Is this little frame home with wash ar.e room equipped Ave. O.ln Manor office.41 O... ; electricity; O concrete : Prt. 1..1 priceP._ O. Box 892. Orlando.

LANCASTER PARK-r CUB Rat M.t B.ORW brom. for and the a I.U. room crib. that .u.r. shower. This 1 not wt, O.. ba..ID one mile at .o town term.near Jim Orlando M : I H Y 441-100x600 ft. with $AlKi

SPRING LAKE TERRACE 4 bedrooms nished with all-electric kitchen Fr homebut a real et.te. Te lo.Uon.nd BUIING LOTS-Select yourp name- well with 72. Peter. .Realtor C.w I' -a dandy trailer sod camp LISTINGS, WANTED Homes.srovea.
site
eor. farms
and tots. Yea
weU-built J-bedroom and 2 tile Rome design makes naturalfor In the attractive Central and "500. W. Llnton. Broker. may
Buy a sleeping porch: at with only ete Dube- Main: 2.81.SUURAl'rl L
dress beautiful Lancaster n bed- baths oak : 2-ear garage price. .5 1. a professional man that dea dread Country Club section. Lots In 22lEdgewater Phone 4595. depend on our experience for correct
non
Section. I Asher 10Brnd D. : : nice corner fu. fulrd. 8m. rmUJ I an office at home. Excellent aU Clog to school bus and frame home and handling of selling details: our mort-
andprivate can get quick l. ,
L. J ac aa. ho. lt. lnds.p and nicely f I sage loans Increase oar selling power
eter. ma b.t B. tunity for a home with cottages reasonably. Cash or usalshed -
c. a on* nice 818,0. tr Nkb01a Breen with O'Harra-Moore. Realtor.oft tur I : city water LKE DT-L. home
: large t.tr McNutt-Hcaslry. Realtor 19 W.
for garage: I ;
home Jane
sev
2- aor or that commands Bros. N. Main dial !I
7HLCAT 816.5OO. New 109 L ter. 2 ; ers! .ul.ll. Extra
Phone
J i comer u.IP. Asking 642.8O monthly. R.ltr. 8 Ma St phn. 2-11. dutJ. Pie 2-28. dignity and respect.Other .51. : OUtIIDI. with cement I.. lt with shade trees Washington St.
Interests force the owner to place fln stores
BIG BEAR abo I for details.
Cash to mortgage. Barlow O. Fred S.bedroom LAKE-southern expo In tract: plenty fine I B.rlo.
2-etory this lovely property for sale at 818.- .cr. rick.
PARK-Beautiful 2- I rick. 118 N. Orange. Dial 8188.It's T Good location. 2te 00. W. J. Kistler. sure. 125 lake front. H mile 1.00 big bearing citrus .reD. etc. 118 N. Dial arbbr1 SMALL FARM wanted. Northern buy-
Realtor.
frl. hu. depth: big trees. tr. i
In Orlando. 0 81.0OO. Dial 8633 reduced en and investors inquiring daily
great live to
10n1 .uoD t I acre of fruit tree For quicksale. Fla .
1us$. 16500.. Henry Buh Brole. lnd. Perfect TurnerReal OPEN FOR INSPECTION T..re. I BEVERLY SHORES-Have sell-m* balance terms. 1,0.. 1.0 1 LAKE DT-u.t home. 10 for businesses home and farms.

12 9. 2109.u ORANGE BLOSSOM TRATh.iiioff. I.tt 4.0. 8K ttle.. Titus- NEW HOME-Quick _sloa terms. I InI beautiful 1OO' tot on t Mlddel J. P. Mattox. 145 N. MaIn; Co'l large room living Strout Realty. 315uW.CO5rZRCHECING .

AKK FRONT cool shady large lot I new 9-room blol bungalow. .Ue. P.. 1400 W. Princeton Ave. New masonry take trailer. 1105 Gr.nd-j Road. Phone SUBURBAN-About 8 mile II. room furnace heat. Outside newly : with the rest.
1 mite to Poat Office. 3 4500 with only $ cash very East; and frame bUDlalo. attractive Mt. Dora. Fla. COLLEGE PARK-60x145 ft. oa town on beautiful and painted. Large tile front perchalso tall u* te get some muHs on the

bedroom furnished; electric kith lose la. For other good buys see TTST114 floor plan: tie b.t flepl.ce. screen GueDJ. Paved and j tom lake with .blt upper balcony. Beautiful lake view I sate of your property. Clyde McKensie. -
automatic furnace income feature I Gould with Johnston Henry. Broker. rom bat unure.L porch; ,.- 52. Groves for Sale I b)new homes. .lde.aU riparian 18, tot f. I Estate proprJ. O"De .resident Broker. 12 S Mala. Ph. 24775.

7.000. mill handle. O.ar I W. Church St. DRIVZ-.541. For_sal. ,._ J r.le. Yon will get your moneys day. 6770. Moa i iCOMML 40O feet deep. Modem bt-I: cannot property. Ideally FOR IMMEDIATE RESULTSrListyour

.AKEFRONT dwelling ready now, MANOR-3 bedroom bungs- Dr. DU.D. In this carefully bunt bome.IU.O. CASSELBERRY acres. Lckevlew. LOTS-ISO I home lumlbe. aU electric- located near Sunshine Park and Au property with Oeo. R. Kitt
room for I o I mor would make ORW excellent condition. Lane dry back room; braUut nook; front and Harlow G. Fredrick. 118 N. Good homesite. Trees came through In the It. priced deep '8.15. adjoining ditorium. G Income property. Spe redge. Realtor. 17 E. Central Av*.
boating and prh: dlppar. .talr.J Dial 8188. freeze. Phone Casselberry. 783. 20f. .l and cial price Immediate sale. Phone 23175.CCSTOMHRB.
Idea camp ; fl. landscaped tot. Beautiful tree* 2 ear OaDle. at 140 foot. Cash or C.r.r. .lor. 70 816.is -
a. boat house; at lem. rof fur. 1. t live I Orlando. ..Ibrr Fernerte Industrial ter. I C.ntr1 Phon. ? good tennis. Sam Johnson c
B d garage. Ofer- lulcl .l f.repl.e garage: water lane lot corner. 60xl5O ft- 20 C.r.r. 151. 8 Main.LUCE WAITING for home
400-ft. lake 63.OOO cu 110,70. W.lt Ro Co.. 11'. room. Can give. possession GROVE AND of lane IL alley Price. '25. and Income properties. List yours
will haad. hul Ltntou. Brkr. i O.n. Orwin Manor of- two weeks. 541 Virginia Drive. i .HOM tr..r' and or term Clark P. Bryan. 13 today! Lockwood Associates. 60 W

aiT D. Ph 4515. fine 335 Oan.e Ave. pln..pple.barD 18 acres of extra land 8. Court St Orange Hotel I ACRES-Planted and fenced. Good Robinson: phone 2-1574.

JONO ST.. 1328 W -For quick sate. ON LAKE-Home sweet home la WINTER PARK Income Property. 2- a new 4-room home. proprJ located Phone 2-0237. 3-I newly furnished bouse. New SECTION-Te. settle es WE HAVE BUYERS wanting grove

9 r. bath and Bleeping porch.Now country. pl fruitcheap r.t story masonry buildinga OPEN HOUSE TODAY near Winter for DUBSDREAD COUNTRY CLUB section poultry houses end ehlcken. are offering a 6-uatt business properties and home*. For
Ubrl term about 4 Price entrct Approximately 400 boxes -large lots tow All for only 855OO. WW .p.rm.nt property an furnished ex Immediate sale list
with F. A. Alli-
choice of easy enldn
npte ..o land location large 8.5.0. .1415. .
eonl.tn. Lake Knowles. Winter Psrk. house trailer m one. at 8I6.0OO.
?he 21123.L 3 1. finance stores To new goes with this sale. L. A.Grimes. tr. Pay monthly. Have paid tnde. See with Need some son. Realtor 37 W. Washington.
bom.. bat I arvndnor .prment frame homes overlooking Iske.Large Louis Realtor. 143 N. repairs and Paint but location in
APOPKA OB Apopka and Realtor. Winter Garden. Phone No. 2. .ben building become Oea Main
wt S CIbuh particular a M.r home oa his corner tot has mater.1 2-1464. come. etc- make this WANTED TO BUY-10 to 20 acres of
O R near 3ona'. )1 Metal Bldg. Williams. Realtor. 21 W. Washlnt. and two INDIAN RIVER-Hammock 18 ..I.bl. Property tl class I gating. Let us show .orl IDYtl tint-class bearing grove. Give full
I CP. bl ORWIN MANOR SECTION This St. Phone 8106) the bdrom. Nice tie batha. grapefruit aon.pIn aUon bund to Icre.rapldlJ Brass Realty Co.. 19 )O. 0. ). details la first letter. H. F. Boland.
show moer1 hen .cres Dn.n value. 1. C.atrl
aenei Bto. completely fure 2bedroomhome 1 Ins beautiful view 12 acres undeveloped t \.J tbt Realtor. 672 N. Orange.dlal 2-4551.
Itn .1 elUI range on la. a good buy I Cornell 2 of the rom .fordlDa. porch and. nl. good C. B.Dsvis. Incr.. We some beautiful NEW BL HOUSea completlon CAN YOU READ the
An. Handwriting
Lne t..ms. lame tots oa
125 ; unfur- financed.Speak WI PA-l7 .en' 11. right on I
S8SOO. 2OO It.
niancd: ; Immediate 2. 86500. t pie,el" Whitney Spiegel t.. 2-rm hou electric ideal for "Unn' warm Reltr. 104 E 3.ferI Waler. lights gas D1eb.o of U. S. No. .1 and Indian River the wall? Now Is the time to sell
Re.ltJ water summer Two-car port with 3-1649. :b We have buyers for both
Owner. A OyukiB. _ _ ealtors. 7O6 Met.1 2329.ORO. be.tn. Ter. evirate laundry room. Smaller house I Paved. Carrigan & frontage. ReanJ a good value and I Th1-PLEX-t.arge. brand new ..n I property and citru business
WINTER PARK-Mediterranean type UKEFON GROVE AND HOME 672 N Oranse. Careless ; reduced 8575O. C. ry and frame apartment grove List your
of the B.
LAKE ADADTsiCTIpN One best l AVE. near. On Winter home In Winter Parl'. exclusive .two bedrooms and bath with np- acres 19 ."r. big bearing 2-4551: evenings. 2-2534. R .lwr. pnc S. Jefferson. D..1 Three units each with baldln.; roves with us today either with
bt but best Planned.j 1 Ave. Furnished bungalow. New to-the-mlnute kitchen. Srenee porch grove 45 : good mixed varieties heavy bdrom. kitchenette and IYI Laun.. travel e-r without. Louis 8. Doliv.
$350 Electrolux. Magic Chef range rld.nta atoa rom overlooking lake. these b.t Broken 27 W.
-0F2 Washington
bordering St.
hm.I baths. producer: very warm spot: also well OLCEONKEK i. hot water Phone
2-.r ,
to tell. fID.De. Don't overlook Yours for 11.0. H Loren bdrom. .a homes at 1431 and 1451 Temple DrIveand frame is city wa tub for I.cl 5412.
eu. 160x160. beautifully land modern 8-room heat.
with rae. built 2-stor water sidewalks and lots ter. 12 rol plpd gas 2-car
every has acres lane
this Inspect brand new places. bearIng fruit .
Br.n DONT
tbe. rage > Near LIST
a Central Dnn. Fruit immediate possession home: lifetime roof: numerous cedar- lake privilege (. tot tree bus line. Estimated your property with ax
Realtor low : excellent
Amber eor. VISTA-6-room house These can b.el financed. Asking nice care a* f condition. Must gross S234O. _. unless yea want to sell
Cavenangh. closets t .
lined : b I.om. Henry
OR fame 4301. over 1.20' I.ke old 110.0.
R.ltr. 525.
20786.LAKE as ; owner
and Main; your
price RestrlcUon fIrst Harlow Burch-
.nfumle. Priced n&n.bl. 20.0 112.0.n.pt.e shore frontsse for .. fishing prot .I a..p ra8n Fredrick. Orange. Broker. 12 8. Main; 2-109O
P. Orb I y. but for reasn.ble In a lovely investment. Dr. to.)! Turn able ofer. a. ho.e oa Dial 1188.TUIST. X
and swimming. BUYERS
8K Vlt RJ K. WASHINGTON f.c. off lane LOOK for Bargain
Ave. : all ia the
FRONT-Rambling type bun IT.-2-r. te Harlow G, Fredrick. 118 N. Orange. .ea t modern conveniences
one acre of round with On.tr D.e.o.mIBaUfu bedroom two .t hOI. ab 10 Dial 8188. home to live In-a producinggroce took for our ain. p.lrb.nk.1 I I 3 acre of ground on lane lake. I Basement List with Davis. Only
om on 3 b ated. This 1s those to takecare of 'ou. For quick 128 N. I I Priced below market. Broker with basement office ia
3 eOlfor Forrest ..
13 ft- o lk. frntn.larce lrl. 85BOO. H A able homes with large rom. sale. Price reduced from '37.50 t R.alt.HARVARD AVE. .1.1 417. eore. Room 6. 45 W. Central KII CUTut. ) town. 104 E. Jeffersoa C. B. (CBase-
bth eJ- Jones. Broker. 2121 Conway ( some Mr. .r' NuWe.tm Ave. C hrae" mont Davis> 3-1 S4 7305.
panelled hTini Rd modernIzed Itchea. braUa.t rom. 25.0 tem. land. 75 foot Phone 2-2907: 2-3243 Plenty of -
rom 9t fie P. elp.n.la
'uce.Vu 744. dining rol. 1.1. room BET SOARING RENTS 2 room wth M.tos. NEAR 115 cash. with FOR RESULTS list your
.pacou. 812OO. Carl Teg- C7TY.-Grove property
t.o 6 Potte
.1U Ithen. 1014 Main b.utful hom.sl. acre old
best offer N. :
Jl.. ORLANDO GARDENS Newly constructed with fireplace arened front bath moem. takesIt. 580. 151 6910. Pineapple Valencia Ine. G.ln Inc.. 677 with Tom McEIheny. Broker. 1407
lb.
Iroke.
car pr.on onrloll. *. home with S-aere trat porch. Deep lot. Owner rents 2 bedrooms ter.. might consider No cold damage. 5 .r.ptrlt N. Or.nle .. 18. E. Washington 8%. Dial 2-3937 and
.nant' .
.al. .It. swimming.boaUzii R.P.D.. school for income. to bus. Inestlgste deal on house traie. Fifth house on ORANGE GROVES-35 to 100 LAKE VIEW-lots greatly reduced. r. 17-92 NORTH I ak for Tom.
)lice .t 500 100
eletltJ. 6 frontage.
right. Van .. Orlo Vista. t80O. acre trees. 2 acre 6 ft 60O
tr.
previously now
this home furnished Valenclas and Marsh
of lane McKelvey. BurD 1 Pineapples. Lt 155.
and fishinc. Variety ft. deep
O.ner .n .n 142. 1.0 year large bottom .
previously (I00. now V.lenc. plr..pple and t .
earing citrus have. a. Immedl.t Seedlesa. In pink of Su ) 145. grapefruit. Owner ll. 60. Business
wt conditon. north
U.H.r)01 CentraiBar.ln. OFF and room : Opportunities
HORT ORANGE rom. Building (7OOO .ut &U.
Harlow N. Orange. with bunlalo.
Florida living Price 18 serb location no 'restrcton. b..d Also! efficiency Amoco .qn. .
It Dial 8188. b.t. prce. 1570. e.sJ Robert R Trye Jan. 1st lines phone .ltr. ap.rmeDt Sttl.M.lt.n ,
with *. Price tl.350 per acre. ed APARTMENT.
Or. Mr. : near city. Down town.
lao. .o S t.r. dush and street already Sam HOTTEST Furnished.
Br' e 1 PRINCETON CUT -sale Seldom I "It's great t live I Orlando. Ins. 208 8. M.ln 7811._ Realtor. 13 W. Washington. 614. 8. In Ph 1.8 10 t Johnson-Co. 208-S. MainSMALL ._trl_ eiP bupr.p elusive One available for owner April. Ex
in with
Ay. a3au.LRT there a Claybangh. Metcalf
t.C. SMALL have few LAKE FRONT_ub division street. HOUSE and shed. Orance 15.0. T.r. StrlpUn with M. Bldg.
WINTER P A a
bu in this .. the .. R-ol In InomeproprJ. IETRI 125.000. Good value with extra tot.
here Is 4 and r. ba..alw. some power and telephone in. Four homes tr.s. Very large garage 15 acres Mo Jtb. Brkr. 12 S. 3'1
SUBURBAN Lovely T.o
modern home. Central our bn traD.fere.t 1 a lovely tie bath.Large gunny rom.. Com- furnished from 82.500 to 85.0OO cash WEST ORANGE-26'4 acre excellent already built. For appointment write Sanatorium.o paved red near Tubercular -phvn-697. __ ACTOR PARK

beatlnc,froDt 2-car garage. One large modern. 2-brdroon bungalow. Oileating pletl tastefully furnished. or term Lets took them over-noobligation. grove on high knoll near large Box 479 S-Star.___ er. 6589.PINENew. 0 cash. C.1 o.n J000FT.QPENFI.OOIt well BPACS b. and nice furnished-Very good home.business Liquor
with heat to Ideal J. P. llattox. 145 N. lake. Valencia and midseawn If buUt building la In
landscaped lot sloping down to lake. system piped Lnd..p .roun. lo.ton EXPOSITION PARK-13 I.t bar. package beer.
wine. lunch
Several lake fruit tree*. H.b class .11 ro. attic fan for summercomfort. Ed.t. C. Dyke. a1or Main: 5.STIO you want fros Insurance and future LVES'lots from pavement to lakefront home. All modern dustrially soned Southwest I cabin furnished and 1
Close In. Price for Venetian blinds tru.hout 348 N. Park .. Winter Prk. HOUSE security Is a real buy. You exposition grounds. All for tSOOO. cD..nl.nC of latet design IneSru.l.e Orlando. Could b used formanufacturing Silver on busy hl-way to
nelbbrho. -To the artist or I Sprtnn* Center ot
heaviest
lovely yard and flowers t had better Invetti eateatonre. Its community. rooms. 3 bed or ware
tlJ.SOO. Oeo. Kltredge. WINTER PARK-Efficiency Wholesale only. Mr. Lane with Herman .me. deer hunting
I elude about camellia eott I te admrer of Frnch-Norm.nd Only 826.500. cash rom.. 2' 816 OOO cash bal house. bass fishing and rec
Realtor; 2311.L S plants etc. Partially furnished. 1 message a honey .850. Louis Goodwin Inc. 677 N. Orange; sore b.t". nn 2-4858 4306. 87. C.nu.b R.1 reation In State. At sacrifice price of
For further particulars or inspee- ath. Electric kitchen equipment: oil .rttur. .dce. will handle. Trade with 9855. M.3OO. Stock at
Is wholesale
&LyER.-$11er Manor. New tlon. Inquire at No. 2001 Harrison crul.tt heater. Venetian blind .designed. for selective structure It frontson Geeslin.. Resltor. "Specislizing 2-1464. I I LANCASTER PAK15 ft- front SMAL COUNTRY HOM. I furnished i, NEW BUILDING containing sevenstores Write or come t* Forest Tavern.Inventory.Astor
app.L
3 bedroom St. bt.en 2 and 9 p.I today or lot with fruit tree ..ndIhrbbr. the Highway and serve excellently Groves 143 N. MaIn and Lancaster. hl.h. from oa North Orange Ave. with Park. Fla.
mUDr eo.trctlon P. Brass Realty Exclusive city limits modem
Co. S apartment upstair vacast.Good
of
2 Price 865CO with acres land fenced.
for home studio home with
tr. and or S350O. Also 600-ft front covered
bU I
Bo.0 bat.
Agents at E. Central Av Con
terms. Mike Flower. Broker. 33
1 Dyke. Realtor. lder.bl. hrnbbery. Several out
\ m.n& .ta heating 31 llv- 34 Parl and gift hop or tea chop. Two orange trees 8170O. M. J. Moss FERNERY
bro 13t r-m
Oregon Ave.. M.. Winter Park living FIVE ACRES Grove. 6 year Parson Broker.1328 Main: phone .Pl. 8SOOO Cash Clark P. -*
rom
wt paen. acre frraerr
ro. Ithen dinett.b.tand Bryan. R and 3-bedroom Homall
SteeL and tile Browns grapefruit root. 13O S. Court St. URGENTLY NEEDED Listings
on oa
I -
WINTER PARK-2 beautiful lakefront 3.5. Phone
eoncrt .pDde arened prcb LAckFEONT lotIn Interlaken: Caseelberry 783.
fln.' .au.. ISO f. PA' L UCN-Lonl Stuc homes being sacrificed because resr. only Franklin Capplemaa. Broker. Unusual. City Conveniences: O.n..Ho.l Lbb phone 2-n2CT. apartment houses small hotels. Fernerle IberrrASPARAGUS

large pr apd 2-drl .ba lot owners must leave Immediately.ach 18.0.0. Call Mr. Morskl with O' Garden. F.. stricted. Nydesger Inv. Co., 506 r I j SPECIAL -10 acres composition In, business lots and tourist ramps. Wm.
tiled patio overlooking 88500. Boentler room modern furnished O. Renchrr. Broker. 28 E. Weihlnt-
lk. HI.b1 L wt H.a ha 3 2 V 2-2380. 109 E. Pine. Colonial Dr.; dial 8065.
bromL tie bath I
restricted location. Price 13.5. Burch. 1 8. : 2-109. separate 53. Acreage for Sate I 11' garaa e Paved road. Bearing : ten St. Phone 9620. BUSINESS OFFORTUNTTirS vines

cash. I Ratr; PINK CASTLE-3-room with shower. and lovely landscaped"r.Dt.ground One BEST BUY IN TOWN-3-bedroora LOT 19. block 1 of Angebilt divisionfor trees 83850. F. A. Alan Realtor i iI HERE IS WHAT YOU have been 192O. Phone 2-10O8. Room 5. 45 W.
2-3176. furnished home. Corner lot. east. river 84OO cash .Apply to Hugh Collins. : 37 .W. CentraL Prescott V. Steele.
2 porches. On Oak Island road. 9th with 30O ft. of lake frontage. 15.0 LAKE HRE- Johns looking for if you like to make
house from Baptist church on B. prlc 85 .De ot to .er. 1.0. Parrish Real Estate. 36 E. loo some timber 1401 8. Main St.. Pleasantville.New REDUCED PRICE-Modem. 3 bed safe investments. 14 acre of good

side. frontage priced 2161.CN 2SOO ft. of lake chore with good Jersey. rooms. Oa. hot water and new tend. 3 acre In trove with old 5roooa BUSINESS-Best close-in location.
.than replacement cost at 629.5OO. HOM2 bedrooms: garage sand beach. Price '75. half cash LAKE FONAG&120d8 115 I ga* *tove. 10 tots. Some fruit. Near 1 farm house; approximately ItOO Will sell lease and fixtures cheap.

L SECTION PALM lane Terms available on either. By appointment elos Easy terms. balance terms. 235 school. Garden ready for pl.Dtlnl.1 feet oa new East Coast Hlway. For Stock at Inventory. 102 W. Pt....
IV with TcT. and It only. Rest Kay Anderson.Broker. Owner. 771 18th St.HOMICJJC. N. Main. Phone 7559. Electricity available to properties.W. Owner. Phone County 116 .. further Information. call Peter Breea BUSINESS LISTINGS NEEDED

OPEN today for your Inspection. BOO frt p.lm.. livable bun.a 435 S. Orange. 240.WI LAKE within 3 A. McKrnnrJ. Broker; 4950Cheney t R 4. with O'Harra-Moore. Phone 2-2360. Harlow o. Fredrick. ''Budne-See
FRON-
block Winter Parl Are* west of with j bedrooms bath laundry OARE ROAD-SmaU cot mile ZOO citrus ) 2-7144. "A B4BSON GOLDEN HAS Tourist Court Sites.Frontage. Headquarters.** 118 N. Orsnge

Edgewater. from t 4 p.m. A :' toilet and shower screen front ta. L"bt water. 2 lota trees. This property msy be subdivided I NORTH ORANGE BLOSSOM Trail at farm 2 .SUSTNANc-mal 110 ft- on traveled highway
Udge to be on show $10 month For quick sale Fine high lots. 8200. No and 100 ft. Lake
prm t lane breuwaJ porches: playroom 8220. 118 ea. per Int 5-acre estates. oYrpa. grove soil: large citrus oa Killarney. BEAUTY PARLOR Unusual
what these bn accom- in 2 and bt of Ite Realty. 3-O074 Close In property on West Pine Street. 15. CourneJ Realty: 392 N. payment. Insured title. Look for 2OO ft. frontage on north t.of Over 6OO ft. deep room for 24 units. buyt

pU i these .. complete .I a kitchen with cabinets w 65x125. 2 bedrooms living room Or.nle 01.1 sign. M. A. Sahler.RLNmGHN. large lake noted for fishing. Place Only 83300 for quick sate. A. C. Two-operator hop. 12,750.00 la-
offered to buyers. Rbr t every woman. 815.0OO. 22852.W PARK-2173 Temple Dr. dDn room kitchen. 83.7SO.-81.85O ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL-Where ft. lot. for cow. chickens etc. Modern Golden. Broker. 1121 N. Orlando Ave.

L Pryde. Realtor. 668 N. low O. J.clk lit N. Orange inspection Sunday. A new do.a 830 month. Dent fall to see moat people travel Forda'i Main P..e house; attractive, wen bunt Hard (Near underpass). Winter Park. Open elude equipment and Inventories.

.I did. 8188. 3-bedroom bungalow with living 'bl outstanding buy toaJ. SUmp Limited 2. and street. 8695. Can Monday. .____ road. Orlando. Winter Tele Sunday.
Street
.I.. Great t Live I Orlando." room-dinett. kitchen and bath. eDt.tol R.ltr. .ta Bldl. t.ct 82OO to '3 pr acr. ORWIN -MANOR Best residential phone owner Whiter P.rl HW. ti5Y-MAKING-Rsncbes. Farms Come by and ee m* for an detail

Tite nor attached garage.Ground !o l. terms. Ji Caldwell section. 75 ft. frontage. equipped sad unequipped. Motel*.
PRINCETON AVE. 16 .-FuHy fnr- fully l.ndsap. An ideal Peter. corner Central and neighborhood. Ask for L-4W. Sle 56. Business Property for Sale Taverns. Hotels. Oa Stations Stores. No telephone Information. Ask for
LAKE IVANHOE SECTION Bed- wIshed 4-bedroom lovely home. spot for ; no city Main: 2-0786. V. Realtor. 31 E. CentraL Shops. Home etc.-onutendlng values

r. h. Spacious rooms Ex O.nr must .I PI cm. and axe*. R.J Greene. Realtor. 112 S. BEHOME that will Justify LAKE Suzanne section Condlc&. APAT HOUSE 4 modem Great variety. *.. price purpose. Joe Thompson wIlls MeTtle Winiam
I.ton. Completely furnished see or phone Park Winter Park phone 62O. Po.n.lon.. Priced 16O BATOl by rapid J. uat and ultra Get local lists C. L. Brady.

O. fo Myer, Realtor. dial the office o Jo* PARK' DISTRICT-Very nice WINTER PARK Special opPruntJ. from 83.200 OO to 850.OOO OO. PrescottV. deYlopm.Dt.cr. Close-in today' best PALM: TERRACE late view-Beautiful and lake buildingsite 2-bdr1 pDthou. 'moer Strout Realty. 318 to W. Colonial Dr.. Realtor. 21 W. Washington Street.
L fronts
11 home. New. modem. 3-bedroom Stetle. Broker. Dial 2-1008. 45 Mr. Lane with fum.he do In. corner tot: Orlando Fla. Phone 3-1376 Strout.
fll.be ea ) 140. tr. Attractive prices. C.r Tegder D.e} Green Catalog 2500 Phone 8106.BEAUTY .
oomer-eet metal easement windows: of town grounds West Central. Inc.. Broker. 677 31 N. 42. 37.0. Owner. Husxmueller 418 -Over bargains
LAKEFRONT HOME .a guest I beautiful tile bath; 11. Vacant BOW and will be held TWO NEW HOUSES-With 2 tots N. Orange Ave.. dial 9855. opr. CoesttoCoastMailed free. Tel us
Nlo fu.d acre I e floors heater room: 2 at pnhe W for sale for next 2 week each Chicken house. Garden SUMMERUN ST.-South side St. APARTMENTS. Pram* residence re- what yow want! Where* When* Pricey SHOP at 82.75000. Filling
of
P landscaped fuUJ equipped electric kltb.n ae only. David Andrew Realtor. Winter .l015. house furnished. 3us North of Plmer. Ot modeled Into 9 Term? We will try to save yon Time- Station. (S.SOOOO. LIquor Store
Over 350 ft. of teke Irontu. stores. schooL Co. '. offen feet ments. has lure. .P.r- Money through our helpful 47yr.ld with Beer and Wine
P ba Mr Rothganger. O.ne Bar license Included.
*
t Prk. 1: ;
charm and comfort thl* 0 81Ilclul.BW'Huckel- PARK-City 2 bed 12,1 hal cu.. mile east from LAND for 815OO Frank Crebs. Realtor. 907Metcalf return ab., (ISO ote fo service. Streut Realty 31$to BV W. 86.500.00 plus Inventory.
rt* von Schiller. Realtor 7186.aUrrLAND O'NeaL ..Robinson. WT 1lt Orlando Building: phone 2-110. terms. pemODt. 11,5. Colonial Dr. Orlando. Fla.-Phone Grocery-Market. 8S.5OO
on Cheney Highway. Inquire Gr. 00. Cement
Reatn ; ; 100 food land S miles from Orlando -
-On* of the most tubstantlal dial 2-37 aU ro.ga* teen.* 155. Excellent Ft. Pitt Station. Owner going back .cn.: 2 mile highway frontage: WIN PARK-2 adjoining lot Peter. 70 E. Central; 2- 781. 2-1378 Strout Seltel List Yowr New! Block Plant. 86.OOO OO. Suburban

large houses I this In- ARK ter OuPJ 10 pho. Wit nor Maybe 1 will rent after April S4S per acre.' I'3 term ech IlO. N.a Lake Vlll.. A.C.L. FHTA&. 550 ORLANDO'S BEST and most exclusive Service Oarage. 8S.5OOOO Restau
L .
S&ONblok 8 bJ
.n.lJ popular tourist eentr. Has from Prk 12-R. lt. acres Cheney cah section. $850. 81500. C. .D&1 f. apartment bouses. small hotels rant. 8165000. Prescott V. Steele.
.$ te lk. with Realtor. lME_ Jefferson._2-114. within 2 of etc. Good Income best prices.N. Broker. Since 1920. Dial 3-10O8.
b.I .rane bunlalo. solariumand WINTER PARK-2 bedroom NICE LITTLE HOME New tr.m', miles Orlando frDcd well .atr. mie. Orlando bu.ln.
for or 'small bUIa SltS district. Orange Ave. Oust off). 3 45 West Central
With Avenue.
.1-i.lpln. porch. Lane low; newly 2 garige. large room and bath. front : timbered; 3 WAREHOUSE "fi 8tr.t.lc location ware Corner
rated staID and enjoying lot fumlhe Iot. tee .el r.s. railroad frontage. Northwest house. tots. 2 stories. 3 business store be BEAUTY
o 1der. sys Owner porches. Not quite finished new house near city plant or factory. SHOP-Win seD at sacri
an. grounds grove but tem and of ..zaleu.pl Witr Parl. 10. bacl. move. in. yourself save extra good. cleared land large scattered per of Boone and IrvIn Sts Lotd.lmenaions Low price for QUlcl .. .. Term t* low. 2 ten 9-room apartment above. fice lease or make unusual offer
Bicely a.Pt to tourist court "e etc. Offered furnished Includ- WETORJ DR. N. Large money. Near f. and school I Pine trees: tem.. Orange .. sign on tot. '15.0.ter. reliable P.r) Culver Golden. Income 8255 a month Chrisms Reel t* operator Excellent hotel location

Pr detail call O'Hara U electric kitchen for only for bUD'.I.; f.le.Idea I bus. 2 Iot .tre. t.r. George Blossom Tr. 75.. uact Can Wan Smith o.ne Broker. Orlando Ave. near Estate. 379 N. Orange; 6823. thriving city of Palatka. A "chance

Mo.. Rat 109 E. Pe Phon 11.75. Rex-McGUl. Realtor exclu 4 nun.. den and abo I King. Ph 7267. 1401 W.Washington. S250 to 8350 per acre. 2500 .c. 4672. underpass Winter PaI Op. 8u_ SIX HOUSES Nicely furnished. la a lifetime" for one Interested la

an .nt 12' N. Orange phone 2 I Small .w. ro.rear. _ splendid pasture land. e.tm.t I WINTER PARK-Residential lot in day. Electric kitchens screened back her own Tiyrtne Lady Fair Beauty
MINNESOTA AVE.. 1U-nr will 4147. b.th. 120x135 ft. Price 1.500.000 ft. good sawmill I delightful Lake Knowles atoa ATLANTA ft. of porch garage near bus 4 extra tots. Seton. Fslstks. FisSAR.RKSTAURANTOrlandoa
bath. Mail and
take ARK LAKE Corer 12. P-RMnd also pulpwood size; his miles offhighway Paved Ready for AVL-70 &ne $35 000. Terms. Klttlnger Realty.
17'0 I bfore Apri SECTION-BeautifuUy Courtney Realty 392 flu
fruit trees. .t.e. c..er.l u a
1st. 2 bom and located I room home and fnrnishd ange terL: dial 2-2471. O- hlway. 2 miles 20. of city lim- frontage on (.r.dee road: I .. a* 8495. Inspect today 'I 'hruii Division St. I 3-0074 er 3-28ft._ _ and mot modern. Fully equippe
sleeping prh garage apartment Suitable Dale (8 per acre. Call Park H -R srweekdays building a eom Land buildings and license
for includ--
Compl1 fuDe O. Box Winte TRACKAGE PROPERTY Ideal location
corner WET SMITH A bargain. A It. 147.ATONGI _ Jim M. OldweU with Asher Peter. .uPPi d..lerl w.re -
1' pUe .U.t 1 guest home. duplx or large n I 2-551. house into for manufacturing plant. Bast- ed. $24.500, H cssh. Exclusive.
vacant. Owe win 4 rm cOIPlw1 fuse 2-bro. a and CIvilians-We Realtor cor. Central and I Priced.tra. frL Lk George Painter with Asher
bck
aa furn. .1.pl .a lot on th. J. ness warehouse er good Investment. Peter.
r WlTRPARK-Lkdrnt rbL J.me
at 2/3 ro. bree.a for yon at once a 2- 786. H.cktL Realtor. 70
olal. e. wt E. Central: 3-4T786.
) al Building; 61 Pe cash npl..n' ct. I .arle. In perfect condition 9-room home and bath of good construction locations. altr. 1n .lh Blvd, 120 x 220. $7500. Sam Johnson C*.

MICHIGAN-BOS E. Unfurnished 2-110. ml.n.Don .U haDdl. Tl. euldn' I 1. For fuU details pricetermL and furnish lot on excellent Boat house and d.1 already built AC Dpt" 4.1 7568._ 208 8 Main._ _ ._ BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES-Clark
bedroom. Lot 2- Ddle) 2-745. and call Ray Holeomb. 2-2380 All for We can se Pre 65,750. C.nnul' Raltr BSIi-LT larCollege Park fast NEW BUILDING Cemeat block contraction F. Bryan. Oranga Hotel Lobby. 13O
9Oxl50' loton
bth ; 7 oraBs. CASTLE 3-tenement house: with E. Pine.ROOM Civilians 11.80. 90% MERR ISND acres on district. with 1O48 squsre feet South Court Street phone 3X1237.
trees O'HaraMor. or
; oakt: land 10 80" Tl pa
; upper hag 4 rooms I 8498 C. B. Established 1927.
a.n and titular tot
well 649OO 3 i rooms and bat. I.er 1 COTTAGE-On nice YEA I.D. H F. Bolsnd. Realtor: Davis. Realtor. 104 E. Jefferson. WINTER PARK'S fInest resIdentIal faces 2 art fD. lavestment cement floor space. Piste glass front.
..D .nuua k.pt Inside and out bat ne.lJ tDe 5 miles from Orlando. l.t. .. 672 N. Orange; dial 2-1649. subdivision Is Robr Duo Mac or a good bue.l0.ton Well located oa lot 100x182 ft., BEAUTY PARLOR-Including bund-
HARKS .lh b.t Hampton Pe. 3-4551. flonald Park .t Palmer Only 81.850 oa lbrl tr drive-la facilities. Ideal for retail lag and equipment. Or.,,. 83.000.
8 Broke. Telm.I
ST.I8 a. new cement 8uIPet bl from aho 82.0. Ave. Dial 850 DOWN-2ft acres bii land. Avenue Lot now available. David I Kincald with business serving auto traffic. Priced Franklin Capptemaa. broker. Winter
NEW
Panelray block .tuc. h01. 3 bedrooms. Orlando ad ( o bus t 11. close CEMENT BLOCK-2 bodr 165 ft. on paved rad. a Andr.... Realtor. ExclusIve Agent. I Inc- 872 N. Orange; phone Bland right at $14 500. good term ar Garden. Fla. -
in 2-5.
paved road
; on and bus
and orange Apopka. S30O. P. O.
room. OpD hat .arl.t 9 lunc loaded .It fut b.rn.Mo. in at once 3 IJRM. 2 lat furnished. near school and store not quite : phone 20169. Bl 2 BIG LOTS In Berman Parl 8550 ,COLONIAL AND. HIGHLAND.. Lane Shepherd ranged. See Realty Mr. Little Co 20 with E. Harold Wash CAPT'I'ERIA-7nlverstty city. as-
NORTH and from rented lobed Inside. Move finish yourself each Paving and Stripling corner fine iy.teDt at proximately 7500 students. For fur
of Howej-d SECTION. 3 to blocks west apartment. Price Ph. 32465.RIDOEWOOD 811. save money. In Lane lot.I 83265.terms. 4Vi ACE fronting large lake; P.r with M 1. Moss 13th Broker. Is 000. H. Warfteld D .Itr. ington Ht. Phone S124 thee Information call week-days.
Johnson's. 14.8.
block house New 3-room modern tvrDe George King owner. 7267. In b.rln. orange grove 132 S phone 8n. 118 South Court. 5313. ARE YOU Interested la a moneymaking 9467. Orlando. Fla, or write O. E.Axea. .
on double lo Oak a.d. RMB"Wt are you watting 3-bdrom bun.lo. 1401 W. Washington. Ph Ideal homesite. 13.8. terms. T. J.Lindorff. BEST LOTS In Gleneoe CLOSE "setup" oa U. 8. N*. 1. c/s Gainesville Cafeteria
Copper 3 apartment. Puralshed.
here. Mod 810,0.I Realtor. Main phone ab' I-nl -
plumb. Humero. bull-i 43 ; that caters to overnight guests and Gainesville. Fl*.
feature .4 bedrooms. 3 bath tile kitchen VETERANS AND CIVILIANS We 2-3983 or 2-4737. sion; '15 2 It In .bath porch
dt 3 Eh bro b. knotty .ll. '-f'. J Bus. and bdr. bunt 1941. .Du will build on your tot or yon may 81100; Iot Orlando: 3-r. apt. G terms. 12.5 ea the highway traffic* If so. contact CLOTHING STORE WANTED-Mea'S
rm ahol 10 GOOD ACRES of East o C. B Devls, Realtor for partlewlan.
screened porch. Venetian few What 1. elect a desirable homeslte from our house: aU 15. You ace ".It ._ or boy' Ia good location. Please
blinds throughout. Possession only 813.000! Call now..tep.. Eastlogs. listings. Home and lot witha Coast Hlway for IJIUJ.01f good RayIn Byrnes .but H. I. Byrne Broker. CABIN on 5 acres fronting 104 E. Jefferson. 2-1649. give details which win be held lastrletlst

Can b seen any time until S p.m..2ir. Realtor. Rm 6 Central ArINE These offerings worth your inspection 1OO* 01 or a 90 fn.ne loan.Prompt good I.ton. and Carter 1964 FaIrbanks Ave.. Winter hllh.CUT. 1 and extending to In confidence. F. O. Box 4(2.

Ill E. Rollins A vs. cede: 4237. : at once. 0.1. von ShWe. and complete planning and A. .T.Re.lor. E Phone P.rk._ Modem furnished home 57. Real Estate EEchanced Lakeland. Pta.COMt.ZTIOARAOS..

NORTHEAST-Lovely modern 2-bed- AND nCE R.I.r. 7186.3BEDROOM building service. Chenanlt &3.n 9511.2EFlne of TWO LTe facing KllrJ and restaurant Included. Rol for OHIO PROPERTY-Sen *r trade for body sad paint
nInes Inc. 672 N. Orange citrus land. extra
room home. TUe roof. Tile la Distinctive Lt Lake KI.n.) e.bln and trailer Imme Florida 3'. acre f good work: mounted oa 1939 Plymouth
property *
and kitchen; floors. b.t nc tri This 3-bedroom house I. I HOME-1th b.t fur NEW BL BUGALW-2 bedroom 5 miles Orlando beautiful lake view; other diate possession. 827.5OO. Terms. land farm house 3 miles pickup. You caa also do house paint-
13-room
On nice brd.o Today'Oar tile fill*. Venetian blind*. Dhe.o location. at on Highway. 10 per acre. to It and face on county highway. Stripling "Ul M. J.. and Industrial In*. Bx air compressor all new tire.
bt. buy at lt. Pbe. Heal .1 floor furace. Attached garage. HalPtn Broker. 531 N. Owner. PO.__Box 14.1,5.Ct Addr Also plot of tend 220 Old APp Combined depth 25 feet width 90 Broker._13 Main: phoneJ977.. 1t. from Post city Office of 75.000.of Warrea House Ohio.has 3 Must sell soon. See Jenkins st Caro-
110.10.
ka Highway. 835O terms.
Prn 0 .A. ..
Jtat.. 36 E. Pne: 13.0. Klncald with H. P. Orange. HOME AND INCOME-..2 modem I Ing. Broker County Dar- feet. Several and urapefruittrees. CLOSE IN-Choice locstlon Masonry five-room apartment BOW rented and baa Moon Trailer Camp la front of

Realtor. 672 N. OrD. A.e. 1Sb INCOME-WeU 10et close in house 2 mile from court house. ; 3R1.UCE oaks. wonderful. oU. U.ht entrtl.Nicely furnished. 1 three-room furnished spsrtmeat beach house. _ _
dial 3-4551. Sunday's. property bUD.1. Nice grove. Grove and citrus land-Clsy road on city .ate.telephone ..I.ble. Lovely owner. 6 bed Good l""" COSTUME JEWELRY
RTT-w. leaving town 851. enl.tna propertiesall two left available t* purchaser Downtown
SUBURBAN 83500 connected. Will sell near Ocoee. a good ty 11.0 rooms for rent. Always rented.) Oa wen established
buy this fur- Oe bua for best of- buJ for J. C. Broier. 754 8400 Good wen water: electric pump. business. For reason
Bust sell this fouoB block nl.home near bus. City water has an apartment ia fer. Phone 5794. .t IUI.50.L. A. Orel. Winter son bth Phone 2-2561. WI month Income. 10.0.Hlnton. Real herd road. School bus. GOod aelgbborhood. of wiling and detail ef buatneu -
Now producing 8120 per month In No. D.e. tor. ,
.lelctJ. 1 bo. combina NEW MASONRY Gas kitchen 132.CEI House need sims repairs. eaU 7186 GeorgIa von Schiller.
torn and tion kitchen with owner occupancy. A real attached 1200 ACRES pasture land. LOVELY LOTS-15-16. Block 79. and tske trailer as pert payment Realtor.
three cm Win
large lot with l'n. garage. Small
several dln ro. down pay 1 mle __________
&r.O porch. nicely furlsbe. st II.o. Terms 86.000 cash. ment balance like rent. Inquire east of city. 2145 feet on ne. lot 12. Block 55. Anl.bUt. No city. CORNER-ExceUent for Contact: J. A. Lewis. $19 W. P.-arh- DRUG SUNDRIES-Th* finest

lane oak tree i excellent location E. Stewart balance mont. B Mr. L St.ndae Service. 1173 Nl: Orlando w.y. Price 11 Per acre. W. I Price.Reel tax. 10 minute House.Build doctors ofice. antique tree Street._Cocoa. Fla. Phone 383W. excellent location ta D*
Shepherd Realty Co JO with Harold 246 8. con.r.t. or fabricated or movea (
E.
Washing t. R.lt Co
) Oranl. A.e room 27 beautiful Beach. Doing a good bnslnes
? OR TRADE- acre
E. Washington St. house. Terms I veterans.. Write of- gd= SALE
oa bus line. A good buy at ton St. Phone 5124.BOUTHIAST 2 124. CHOICE LTGS to fit your wants Phone_6385. _ _ fer. Clark. Sekon. Pass-A-Grllle. llnel':819.500 l citrus grove with good 9 room stocked. Agent for some of b-si
8BCTTQN New well 2STH STREET 910-Furnished house; I and Ik. Furnished and 11.OOO ACES Pol County. 7 build M *. Or.l von home for home or apartment la Orlando. kaowa cosmetic Long lease prescriptions
a.O. Can M. C. W Wilcox. O. P. built small bungalow on edge Or- 2 bedrooms. Stoke offer. Will sacriflce. unfurnished. liberal terms. ings. cleared approximately P. Schiller. R.ltr. A 8. Damn Route 1. Laks could be added. (31.0OO.OO

Isndo.. PtJ fure. Imeat Call 5857.83.850Sroom. Lake front .It. See. FenneU 20 million ft. lumber. Fenced SACIC acree. 300' oa U. S. Wsles. Florid Phone 22232.SALE cash. Address F. O. Box 1305. Day-

Swore; M12; a E. Pine. hoiue. bath. 3 lane I Church. cross fenced and drained. 810 OO per fronting on IndIanRiver. CLOSE IN Orange Ave. Guest EXCHANGE-Wett established toils Beach. Fis.
= : al ca OR
Realtors. : elot garage. For Information call FINE. NEW LAKEFRONT Home; aU acre Terms Exclusive Broker.Stniptlsswith 132 the few FuU remaining riparian r"bt oe e. home. farbe 13 rooms. 4 baths. bustae Grocery andMarket. DISTRIBUTOR-For National truck
J. Sloep
SUBURBAN rooms bath fur 872. moen cOnyeDeD'of latest de M. 6977.IF .h Phone Melbourne 496-J-!. Iaome 14 plus apartment living quarter for 616.SOO er Manufacturer require services es-
NORTHEAST Fam two-bedroom albe. 84500. very easy ter. Mr. NEW CONCRETE BLKrm aln 11.scul.e community. 9 rooms. S. Main: phone 4.0. fo owr. 10.0 cash balance 8175 trade for house and lot well hosted nerieeiced part and office manager.

home with fo. and Bush wth Sam 2 8. and bath WeU I.te. l. bd ro. 2. bat -you have 810.OOO to spend fo BEAU LOT on bus line. '3. monthly. Re.ltJ Co.. 62 J la Lake County or OrteBdo. WriteR Good salary and share of profits. Investment
plastered w.l Oil fi Main. '1.SU 16. : tr.. 311 M. b.l.ne t.r.. 111.00. "sh 5 acre of projecting lake f rout.on In timber. 845O.. Church; 23433.COLLLGZPARitDupleit.- R. Haynes. */* Oeprel Delivery. of 10 te 15 thousand required. -

500 and b financed. I fruit trees. 5 Ah.r Pter. Realtor er.Central one of Orlando' l.rl"t lake your t.r. A. T. DnJ. Broker. 2-story Levsburg.Fla. Unusual opportunity for saaa

place. Comer 1 97x141. Asking 810.hOO .- &. furnished room; 781. Ph. 6781 10 to 6.AOtcE._ _ 44'a Church: 442. .tu oa cm.Dt furlbe. Cir 7-ROOM HOME la Ortend-* for 5- of qualified experience. Box 918

and.can' fnne Harlow a.Fredrick. Including electric .Par. tSOOO. 1-3 SMALL HOME near abol store. OPEN THIS AFTERNOON 2-5 on Golden R TOODJom.r on South oil le.t. r. bath room home la Ohio. Must be tersted g-Star.
118 N. O.Dn. Dial 118.I. King Realty. E. Church. bus. Immediate Inquire P.J.- finest paved rd Street p. 2 rooms and a dea mala highway. Sellable for
ID. ea
great t live i ." eah. 3 Owner at 1034 3Oth St. 1311 Devon Rosd. Orwin Manor. Thl* frontages we have bad. A real bargain Elisabeth MUDHn 1623 West Grand down; Income tower unit. 16 season transient roomen. Phone 4.29. DISTRIBUTORS for new Permettte.
Rt. ; lovely large .
exceptionally well for this week at Terms Ave. earner
built 149.
BY OWNER 10,0.
Death In family
; must -
NORTHEAST SECTION-New bungalow. sell. New home. screened porch. 1 masonry home would 3-rol to anyone 8100 down and 815 month. VemoaMcKelvey. BY OWE2 adjacent lakevlew Owner. F. C. Heard pit4129. 58. Real Estate Wanted the Wonder TO of the Ae." Installed -

2 br. R. t move. SOUTHEAST CLOSE bedroom bath; deeping cabin rear. who .ant. an Ideal home plus Brol.r. 64 lots 1 ; on Olr_CENTRALLX LOCATED Bu
Into. rl heat- ITO Chicken landscaped. a very fine lawn .brblr landscaping FORTY ACRES LAND 3 mL north ."o Lake Virginia from Property. Approximately 10.fe APARTMENT BUBLDINOS unIts ia Individual pieces. The biggest

screened porch. ba for ou story frame home partly fur 1217 31st hu.. Nlc.lJ .De You Ocoee: twenty acres excellent for sell separately or toeae. Attractive and floor .P.. Will more. Also 3-bedroom. 2-bath
mon.J I the city ; living fire place don't h.. to wait for the citrus: approximately acre cleared. price. Center mUctedn.lhbho' loa ... Can O D. P. .Broker. or have the boyen. Betty Money Utter that bag bit the
room bungalow. We
118 I ua and 636 monthly. In De. wt IF YOU WAN. home with an Income j ful yard to develop like you b.utl Fill sell cheap for rash. See meat soned for r. ..rdr Arcade. Treat Evans. Broker. Winter Park-

t.r' pr cent OB mortgage bath down. dlnl.rooms ro., IIUhen.. buld.Da site la Dubs.dread I I i most new homes. This home has an Apt. 2. Wurt Apt Ocoee. any time Harry Garland. a2 DJnB.l. Tourist 618 market. Only regpoagasle Individuals
for Mr. C. R. section price of one: i all-e4ectrie Sun. alter 5 pmweekdays.. Henkel Circle. Winter Park. hm.
Emerlrk. Copr. 9t. Orange ed ta sleeping porch/ the tot it85x100. or a neat bungalow on Walker Ave. -.. .. 1 ceaLIan: ernl.Un: or F an ItOD. APARTMENT: HOUSE-Have cHent Sr companies considered 55 dealer
.. gate.Second .
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Ave.; 734.NORT Th is priced t aI I' thedetails In Winter Park. Call o.ne for lowest wlllItke. A value.e.un. Jou 53-1. Ranches and Timberland 51. Country Property for Sale t Dne. sed.EDGEWATER ready to buy apartment house of

Few miles. A-l community. price and terms. Phone '-R 816.500. .o. t. N. DRIVE- @ 4 t* 6 furnished apartment Can Dealership span for entire But *f
3
home with Income. Fur- Han Brat.. Agency. R..ltn 112 N. OWNER TSP. sell Jb OD. Ave, Dial Jedrl. 18 OUTSTANDING BRAHMAN c.tt LHiSEY HAT- and ..th a Illna. leased Fine sod ao.-. pay Realtor.1/3 30 to E.to Church.cash. M 4767.D. Bailey.
.. 6 lots room .ra' live la Orjajndo." muck 27 rtu. Florida Available for eoatraeter
ale. street to street. About Orange Ave. TeL all. t ranches. 300 P.tu. acre l..e : Fo detail see with Joe
3 fri trees lane bearing. Beat sonable. Will trade for Chicago home. on paved highway. 2 miles from b.r make an J. K. McDonald. Myen.
1 1123 Shady Lane Drive._ _ small town: Polk Co. AU ditched mile Realtor. 2 W. Wutn GROCERY Whit Bros.. Broken Contact Bob Sweeney. 131 Park 1.58.Ave. .
11.0. S Cl.bulh a 1 oLCUNY __ _ _ Dial 603$. 2-1688.
tor. Me- B. 113. SOUTHEAST SECTION-Well built MOVE TOMORROW: a.fuml drained and mostly set in p.ra PROPERTY "8 t a C 0 Phone 24632.FACTORY .
STORE MAR
NORTH SIDE Very new frame bungalow overlooking e. excellent condition a IMMEDIATE POSSESSION- this grass and bermuda. Good Country Homes OROY AN MT i
ubt completely furnished fence WeU Improved and productive. Ctr )E-AD old grocery GROVES-HOMES-BUSUrEScTES
home convenient lake. 2 bedrooms living room dining o'f neigh-I 2-bedroom Grove and Lake Fronts ask
r newly decorated: attic. 2-.r I room All large bon. 3 1{ garage. Immediate possession. Kiliaa Bath with Ith.. r. CI.,b.u.h. Realtor. Mel.l Bide. a.ne porch m.le an excellent IproYm.nt .D eulpm.nt In Corner Central and Main. i has been l more Broken Chenault Jennings, lac. 1 awe mowers. Oa*-electric. DoUr.eved -

with Howard. 3O6 N. Main: 7325. 88450. W.i System. 628 on Phone 5613.BUYERSBefore. ream. OD 16. Owner .t.. 5room home ta. tea hm yean and Is retiring t.. 672 N. Orange Ave. Phone 7234.HOCaaTwANTED Holiest. 12-1521. Lx. Spun
E Pe FARM.r Um to other
NORTHEAST- a landscaped 4641. you buy for good I IPhbOU.L ,will finance .laU do.n pay' Brahman cow*; 3-8 7e.r .2 t.five completely 2 barns 70 Book and Income tax IDtn -Bayer win pay noto Mo. _ _ _
ment. Hsrlow 0 calves fumlh
corner lot I* thl D1 a I 6BURBN substantial story and see : Bldg. I I Orange. Dial 8188."It's .Frerk 118 N. year-old young hle 10 opportunity ."r cleared f..e. 25.OOO ft. pea t prospective nun. At. (104WO cash far 2-bedroom FILLING STATION.-Wen located. T
bungalow built mo.r 5613. ring since bu. Mot .ond.ru timber. 40O furnished house Bear Cotonialtawastores. real money maker. 652OO.
room 1940. HAd.o frme house with newequipment b'I'Ie great live la Orlando." EntireproposItion turkeys. present tune grossing .bt .3. term
nk
garage and over 1123. t I 10 bead of cattle. Fully equipped II oarket Allea Johnson. Realtor. 140 Grocery More. Gulf filling station.Os
29%
1n .k.
.U.che tD klUb a had upon Mc
.cr may p l .tt.
b with N. Orange; 8612. "Specialising InHoneS. swd highway
C.DOt I Ha big tile and kitchen tractor and f.r near Orlando. 3-
b reple ro. payment; term on tl. H.r .D e. Jrha. I d.1 .
price offered! 1 wr. Jamersoo fr.t trL Price Cal I ras b.lD I road electricity. 2 deep .II. J' sbaws: bedroom living quarters partially
and Carter. Centra O'H.r.-Mor. 11,5.. a. OPEN TODAY 2 51-L Lake County Property'BONFIE mPlolbl. pry.Al section. fo your mnJ. P. 12.0. fe.n grocery "CIIDt I.ln.I cmln.. Plus HOME-4 er 5 bedroom Preferably furnished. 65600 cash balance like

Phone A T. Sffsterl Carter. 511 Pa. Phoe 2-31. 101 T 4 i of the"best Kbl.. rash .D ) H I Inventory. is required. close ta: well located: 83.000 cash.bslsne. rent. Klttinger Realty 2-O074 *r
A Oe r.D i 'P. Black. 2-2852.
BRE IEN balance This businesswill monthly. Reference Fh.
3-bedroom ideal home. 1433 Baltimore. 2.tr 3-bedroom. few .. On paved H..ltr. L..o. oa "J w.
XORTTren SBUB-Aa .
good living 2-tr Perfect S945O. alt .a.ble i house and good Io'n. FARM A HOME-20 rolling stand BO' ml investigation 2-252 or 20074. Private party. ?Dii-n. BUSINESS-WeU eitabbabed. -
he. prl)fu ktrh rol V.r.nt Breeze bar I .r
.n Bm oak and purchaser Invited to fun,
en .ulpmeat dDn room: C. R. Ewerick. Realtor. Orange most on of fen. land I Pn tend. equipped serving high
eUeDt c1 t GD.for Ave. Well W Pfl. Sp.do.nrlkan Ave. dial 7348. on Lake nav able l.tn eras rkh of two mile on rl.r fenced. Two pOD several days la store te make HOUSES WANTED-W* have pree class clientele. Highway and R. R.

Price 610.000; $ balance landscaped .rund ImP.t Ocean. $ .EuU t W. larce lake l timber. Good cattlemen .. deep well .1 lake; l-n I i* not often that one has peels for 2. 3 sad 4-bedroom frontage. The tend and improvements
86O per mont Mr. Nunes withHerman d.lnr 115.0 tn Ll. i J. Kistter pr font fo up.Developer o greatly InterestedIn growing al Electricity .y.l.b t purchase a bait- home ta good location Can W. tooe worth snore than the atktng
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I.677 N. Orange. Btk.r; 2-72. Ra HEW dote for a atr. O.ner.. a this fine well located ranch. Land. Sat.bl fo d.9t blD ness hat win show comparableearnings Nicholson. Realtor. 3-1619; 14 S. price. For full particular **, Oeo.
HOM 5Inrd. ..r. a period of yean. u H. Kittredse.
dial t5.50T SUBURBAN bungalow. an with purebred and .a ar t oe Main St. Realtor. 17 E. Central:
Nice little home. 4 : eulmeDt 2 Cr1.
I COT -6 rooms and bath. 3 3 yeannd ( 8300 cash O want real bargain H Mr. phone 2-3176.
_
rooms and bath back porch furnished Everyone eligible. Low : Brhm.m 2 with Shepherd Realty _ _
concrete move Mr. H.rld
16 calves prize with
BIDE-New three-bedroom including new gas Deep t with ".a cODttln .p t HermanBroker. PolO. E. St. Phone LISTINGS WANTED Clients wait FILLDfO STATION garage nrocnrewa. -
well electric pump; nice rDe., paved .ent. at V.tran' _a .tuc F .l plas bulls bln ofer at most reasonable G.ln lac. f 77 H.Or.De. 5124 2 Wa.t ing. E. F. Slaytoa Bashes 32 E. D. B. Wo. I highway Junc

hone with large living room dining rd Lot 150x130. muck for garden Agency. 29 Co -. I tr UDube 1at pos pr. ) Yates. on 98.LKFN Fine 8V. phone 6651. tion Reduced for quick sal*. Gulf
n 2-a ranch. 2 south of CarlisleBranson HOUSE and tourist eewpt site
GUEST
Mana.em.nt.Bs .re. cr HOME Extraordinary gas. C. B. Davis.
la Realtor
back 104
: price. 83600 terms. Pop paved E. Jllemon.
room and kitchen on 55x185 lot. ExceUent Mr.bu1 with M. D. Bailey. Realtor these before you buy. .Keene..tt ront.11'11' t. C& rnh Just sooth Lire of Stock Kisnmmee. EI.Dt rd. other fine 145main hib..lake.frontage Seven overlooking bedrooms LISTINGS WANTED-W* need 2. 3 21S49FILLING .
B
3 E Church. 4767. ; lane tot. 836OO. THE RIGHT COMBEXAT1OS. 20- o! R..n Phone bvtdc. bt. I.D arrest I b.ullu house modern nod 4 bedroom homes famished STATION-.Store, tourist leeation. -

v construction. S th for OX. New 4 rooms and bath. Just acre tate-on.a-Lake for the buyer i 71.Bre. 6 Noh. Co. ad 11. heating. 3-car garage and unfurnished priced for Immediate etc. Owner says banahs tf
SLTTAN LAKE SHORES-Winter pieteb. 85OOO. King Realty: Jf&t who wants comfort plus IncogM. 7S I I 1400O i 2-61 Rid.. room rca laa.ml' tate. Joe O. Myers Realtor. 2* aid at one*. McKelvey, Real Estate
ACRES
Loan o term fo non Ql Priced Park. Two 01 masonry homes will Church: 143.PRICSAE acres e producing grove and 12 I J I River. 28 miles on famous from Orlando St. Jabot lv LESS SHOPPING ments b swimming pool.pr W. Washington. Dtal 8881 or 543*. 64 Tt. CentraL_ _

I soon be approved price DOWN Is acres and garden land. 't TIE I{' geou and tropical.landscaping.Room OARAGE-Auto Painting and body
ft. pl
pine timber worth (IS-
at Can puau"
88950. .n.au. o '
Reggie Moffat with *
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87750. Full :possible I with pay I these new hG rad) 4 bth Knotty-pine ,i 0 equipped with feacinc. ; needed when you about 15 tr ewttaxes. LISTINGS WANTED-We have purchasers and fender work. Well located and
menu 540 Drive by for occupancy and panelled living *. Fl. Sentinel-Star Show me ..yea waiting far good "homes dams goad baunru. Price. 62.OO0
d.P
P. Sw Cp.r. 2-b' I tractor truck ::
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E. Pine. 581or r. f"I 2 f.n, Wat Ad way. '
0 a P Grove Fredrick tate this at the price front Click
88 OOO r.
Tera. see .In 1 rG concrete Close main A to 55.000. Ate*> small Bryan. Business Onpwrtu-
bl.1 first class well located
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Harlow Fredrick. 118 N. FA .. Harmon Ave. acres fenced. hlh. buy 2. I I eupnL actual No matter yo it ,o social security fo 12. oej businesses and lakefront homes orestates. nit;... I3O 8. Cowrt Oraage Hotel
after mor. 199 'l operation. 863.000,1 wat
office hours. Dial 8188. I Foroa OOO. See Harry E Morse .C.a Real-I good. terms. Asher Peter. Reciter.cur. I I I paS t check & I| terms Doat .. B.toJ.Ge For immediate actionCan Lobby. Phone 20237.Continued -
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I Sharpe. Winter Park 124 ton of Eusus. Florida I Central and Maim 2O736I I I i Want Ads now. (J I H Knu .. a. & ROM Ky Anderson. Broker, 423 8. -
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J Opportunities 1 60. Easiness Opponnnltir I 4.l Help Wanted-Female_ 66. Sales Help Wanted 73-1.' 'A uto Parts-Accessories 75. Autos for Sale I. Autos for Sale I &rnltnrl-6tar--


extra showing SALESMAN-Young married man. II FRONT RtrAra i-door sedan. ,, PLYMOUTH-1946 Special DeLuxe !
earn money PAT CRL14
CUT SHOP end fruit business with SOUTH 'ST.. 338 E E& FLORIDA
; 3.p.nm.nt LJS. .
sedan Heater. Jim
style release* of to 35. te work city of Orlando in new; 1s exceptionally 4-door Cumbie
modern.A. I3 u.se,. 3.3 buildinc fula4. O..r I..t. teed ell Maisonette frocks in your.1.-pare year around industry. Good .trln auto. C. A. ao'. .1. 1010 W. .nn l.tb model ear.Olin's Cars Inc.. 904 N. Orange; dial 2-S: 12x18'. a.n.porch ca. sadvenetiaa MARCH 23. 1947 PAGE 1
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Oi_ ) out* n-t. JbJU.IUI. city and ore[lo. property sl. 11 time.'Write Beg 477 SStar.KUR8E8. salary and commllon Give Church phone 881. I Used ., 12 O.rID' PLYMOUTH STATION Inc P..r .a. See.make .
O.k pr moat rations and first letter.WriteBox WAGN an
Call for appointment worl 2-341._ .f. D.C.rln
expert-
.tn. us Institutional ; SEAT COVERS-Large stock- Tailor Fin condition new Trailer
AND STATION 489 I. O
OAROI BCD .. location to a t. Inside ef apart cored in mental and nervous ta. made. Big reduction la o.r-te CHEVROLET 1934 4-door sedan. aance. Clermont. Fla. I Pak Or.. TrIFOR

( e.t.bUh.d and." 2 ment. Frank eel Realtor. 607 orders. Write P.O. Boa_1461. YOUNG MAN-.25 to 30. Interested in, counter prices. ltae. I ced. ,\ Tires and engine good endua
.tok 1IpmPt. $ Building 2-110. $STENOGRAPHER Large national company Also Reasonable. 107 N. PLYMOUTH-1941 So.l Deluxe 4
year 1_. BH Met.l CAY cmplet Rld. I sedanJim YOUR CARLOAD
for fall ope.Uol.. B. 1. ". permanent resident .t 1wto.I branch. Must be at tires fe cars. McLauchlin t 40r. C.r ID
Realtor.pnlcv.r.. O Iltued. TOURIST COURT-Supert location Orl.ndo Shorthand and typing experience -1 least graduate and permanent Service E. Washington. I: CHEVROLET-1941 Master DeLuxe J 14 Orange Ave. Phone BURGLARY AUTO. LBI SALABAparment
1 c.trL 231.GUEST CAI highway close in. Reply by letter Apply 308 N. : ld.1'I door sedtn. Jim Cumbie I
necessary. naeDt ..I 1 l.a. PONTIAC-1947. Need pick ..P'rcl FIRE. .
HOUSES?-We cot emf One and water in property. only erring ace., qualifications and St. TIRE ON 904 N. Orange; dial release lt I r
Will te jet
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for SI 3.OOO with S22S pw .nt, KlrlelU .'readyIn. 871. heavy duty for &ack SN 9764.Telephone .
Rutland Box
Income. Yo mtea a .M by Ipr..melt references. a A SALESMAN an 6869. i CHEVROLET-1941 Coa.rbl. cub It. !.t W. Colonial D

ln T. '. Realtor. B I. -An .RT TVreT 12S.0.. SICAOPETO -Want and competent manu- .' I I co.R0 be.te. PLYMOVTU-1942 4 door JimCumbie -IN5URNCE- Size
Robert atr but Fan selection of an sixes in perfect mechanic i .e.n
; 4237. roof coating and T k 904 .
C.ntrl Af. Washington. 114TUIT thoretun knowledce of Orlando essential. : '' Roll Booting: j'I IQa.Ufl..tln I'Dd. & J Service corner' cal condition. While it lasts $1095. 1 I 1 Ave. Phone .r ID. Or. In. .Agency

GROCERY STORE A MARKET Young lady,between twenty- I I Boone J.clsD R. S. Evans. 101 W. .nUa phone SOT Ph.

1. 00 15.000.location-Weekly tress fixture sale, BOMB Beautiful 10-room five and thirty-five pref.r"Apply .nt energy and promise I TRAR.ER.-4x6x4. good 5296seeVann.CHRYROLET -_ ,j jI I SEBKEI97 coup 1 .0 M.tcl Blg 2.4. Electric

.b.t. only, S37 monthly.Price. brom 2 bt. 2 to Mr. Mears. City not reputation. I U Phone 2-7061. -1940 special deluxe 4 126' merica Street .ea I'I'STEAKRII3 Ranges.

SS.OOO cash. 5. Klttrtdse.Realtor. acres: l.cr. .. Nea Lke office. E.pr.n. In our line-not a re t j I door sedan excellent condition.,exceptionally .
2-317S. O Apopka. 15500. H cash. Wh.t SORHfln.r.ace 4 but preference be WHITE BIDE WALL RINGS. 86 ,5 clean. Good rubber Cmm.nd. 4
t .1
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Broe. Broker.; 824 IT. Mills; H day Saturday. Excellent given to salesmen who have experience Seat Co.rompl.t stock: $'. 'I.I recap 536 N. Westmoreland I: prff R.dl. LOANS
GIFT 6HOP-u of the best. Well 61O Florida Bid. selling to InanurseturingpilOts. to $ F.ton..Oa'. and Con Ph_7505.CRZVROLET1o47. |I,I ".t. overdrive. a LAS LAS $109.50Diut
.howlUSeeI- PARK going B.n Folks. S-2821 before e
: .oe I 1.
1.. public institutionsand cord. I
lent 10 In ofl .TA en main 8 acres SLDY-R.d" to wear. 31 .UU. I I I Stylemaster c.b'r. 1947 Commander
nt.r. t.fon.tl -
otto land. Furnished block bungalow foro.n. capable.* ahol. I 6 actual miles. Jim STEAE I BORROW BY PSIONE1CAlL
oD. Realtor 4308. .It .._ Priced below cost at P.b. Box ... Winter Park. Buil. -rarer than O.o"tP'it I WRECKER CRANE 9 booms: 2handoperated Ie 9O4 N. Orange Ave. Dial H..t.r. .Jim C.mbl..
111.5. I dial
I.I.h Painter We want a man with an eye complete I 2521.i C.r Inc. 904 N. Orn.e; 2-5: US-THEN STOP
$ .lcb. ___
GROCERY-Well .t"e. Winter trm. an.. 70 E. .It Aher. SORAPHmere." Commission basis and job I with cable; booms r.i. and ro..r'' STrDEBAKER19T Champion 4daor to Contractors
of
Garden Road lust : Chevre- P.tr. .U. naj j better than annually CHEVROLET-1946 St 4- IN THE SAME
: opned mnth Pl rapid 17:0 and can be wtveled. Holmes. S196. !i I l.ma.tr. sedan. Good tlr's and paint. HOUR FORTE
let 1932: toed endlto.Sep TOURIST* On Orange Must be *o man who qualifies.Write Boiler 115 W. : door s.n Jim Inc. 9O4 N.
Inc ;
Ilck.p CURT and able i J Cnols CeDta 9O4 I II f Can o.
= Blossom Tri 36th Street. UserS 'O'l detaIls-all IDon.tol strictly I N. A. Telephoise2-4521. JIC..I. I CASH! $90 t$300 InLt
' k rented: fire d : own house c.bln. tevern. Completely to Permanent confidential- CHRYSLER "Saratoga l.b) 2-:2.

er o.pled. Plenty of r Karate furnished. Doing ,1.1. of a business. .. 2-4592. 10.P Company. Cleveland. 'ogbof1 I '1. Aulos-Trailers Wanted !I coupe Excellent condition. Good 76. Trailers-Tracks for Sale

beer tavern etc. In pro Priced debt for sale. Immediate pomtroent a fully qualified.SECRETARY tires and paint. Jim Cumbie Carg. Yes Oct rash your Sir,. of 10

posed city.In.lit.1315 T cu miles. ..am.freespresent Owner possession.en premises.WIN'1 Terms. I desired. .I qualifications-Stenoirapner..lreM.. -Permanent State 67.. Employment AtenriesBROWNS I I AUSR tape we Not pay If top you an''I DESOTO-1946 Inc. 904 N. Orange Ave. Dial 2-521'j I ALUMINUM 1946 21. BOUSI usd TAI- I '". ...".ulkl..- .todayiGFC

bank 10Dth with old firm. c'r prc -Dl.edor '
l mor..'. Grocery.. Box EH PARK-Your cb.nc for big I 8-6tar.tub r.bl. B EPY AGENCY Call 8597 9717 after 6 and Sd. i Fluid drive b.uUfa tt.no priced te sell: 1216
p. meDt 478 And YOU want bargain. See this before you Lot D-l.
Rt. income. 19 rooms. Cap arrance for I Nar. R..lst. Hal. W.ds.orh. 615 N. e.c.l.n' Or.n. Bloom Tril. None sold dealers.Asocated .
,
fur- for prn.l manager. work come-to CentL I yon :, buy. Jim Cumble Cars. Inc. t
. I and 'rom o .paent Partly SECREAY .* help 6326. BEST- $1000 cash will buy. I| AUTO CAR TRUCKS-Now available
want caB
GROCERY STR .al1 .. Price Vauu AU. 904 N. Orange Ave. Dial 24521.DODGE Also
Dte -bUt. r.ht Call Apopka only; and no Junk. I for ewll.n use. ample .UP LOAN COMPANY
I t i $ thrY. fllbbrb.. fl.nc. with o.l.r. b..h Ra Fo. Crp. 1-92. COLUNSEMPLA3TMzNT SERVICE P.pr..t.. p.nl.733; phone 5705. -1941 4 door sedan with :I I ply of p.r. Orlando Truck '
Bids. Phone Must be I I Registry. Stenograph-,, Bs 1 radio and heater. mileage coedCondition. Welding W. Church St
. I 3 Details tn office o.See J I.. MulIt "et.1 8TRPm-cRK- week. endt .7"bookkeepers; domestic I CHEVROLET WANTED'-1937 to 1947. I II I: i See ac. 2-20AO. C. 1 East Robinson Phone 6796

lbs wt. Roy'A) 21 ..a BEST PAYING short order restaurant Must furnish own tr.lpn.tloa I .1 6 W. Church St. |I, Or Ford or PI"moat Will pay 723 E. Concord. ;. I II BANTAM -
in in heart of TRAILS 117.t{
Stores143N.
and ,
Orlndo L.td Olveexperience rd.rn. II SERVIC j I I cash or trade and I DODGE-1942 sedsn. All eavy duty,
euartert equipment Bog PARlE MLTN cU' Moo .teL .al"
Co-operative. P. I
II.m.s cnte.UIt.t sate Growers Stivers. 62 W. CoUmiaLSUCCESS
GROY-"ARKr-U.i. In
.ok h.1 I perfect tached any car. 8166.
du for De .0n"lton. Tir. .o, O.I. .t

pl. Rented for 550 per moth dur- -.d renewal lease.0.at $ 16.Je.r pr WAITRESS 2673. Apply"' *. I call 2-1287; 32 5. Pn.. PI x gc WANTED-Late Chevrolet and D.at $Intror. Tl. pr. .400 b. R.4321.8. E.r 6 W. C..ta Phone GIGANTIC YAUOMOBILE Orange Ave. Dial 5300
the iprlncd I II I E.n.
Summer. Located In 0 month. Jsmerson and .C.rr. R.1."U. 2998Kuhl I 4. : In exchange for 1947PontIac. b.t
fastest trowinc sections In It : 70 E. Central. Pho. A \. Joel the Td' R.tl.nt I 69. Work Wanted-Female Silvers PontIac. az W. Co, O.n. dial. 477) and ask for Jim !I CHEVROLET. 1940-2-speed rr end: SALE

Price business and real estate. 812.- .Carter. 9516. ... I bOll DY. I an.I good 8 29 tires. Phone 24053. 1410 ,
000. Terms Louise 8 DoBveBroker.. WOMEN 18 to 45 years of ace wanted COMPANION HOUSEKEEPER refined DODGE-lo4l 2-door sedan. Heater. '24th St. ,
phone S412.HOTEL' 10 YEAR LEA8L. and for cafeteria position. Ns experience Christian lady who would Cumbie Inc, 904 N. Or- Buick convertible _
:87 w. w..hln.t eapm.ns -1 I Ji C.r CHEVROLET-1941 1H ton: Tat 4 81646
stock In lunch necessary to E. like a good home with aced lady and dial 2521.DDI1939 .
I
. '
I RESTAURANT-Colncbull-, a. .D .tr. THE FIRST TIME I I .body. Long wheel a Plymouth 4-door 81646
U. 8.
Trailer ,
I In thrtvlne community. West room. Wolverino 1..r. Six days week. UDon. working daughter. Light hoastfP I I Business Radio. New tag. Phone -28cond i iVRU 4 QUA CARS
ness. .
Coao. I
monthly No. 1. Tltusville. Fla nished. Ideal .orlin. ing with nominal nl.". Rf.r.nc. ut 48 Ford coup __,. $1546
of Ol.ndo.Fully 82600 cross time I BY OWNER-eeven acres white and. Apply Tremor C.fetrl 8 W. eo Box 523 8Sa.CLR I Yes. getting top price for your car ,i Cumbie Inc.and .o Ur.. Or.JI; IH2- Steel 1'4 coupe 81996 4942 CADILLAC
I. Evans -World's Largest Dot SEDA"
ealpJ from R. s. C.r 14 new motor. $895.
lease. Price over 100.000 for plaster cement tisi._ I GIRL-.Want* work part I dial b. B d.U radio .
1250 B .rd [ trip to our 4-door Inn tatr.
: R. Evans
; land. Ji. Orante. work and YOUNG LADIES for Cafeteria tralninc. days work. Ann. I Br.ln Lt Oul.D 4 C.dWe new
.dJID BU further round PU
2-4SS1. 12 three acres fine soil for lawn dr..I.; Neat attractive. Rich school ; W. Jefferson 'St. I g er".t.I"o:1. I| D000E-1939 mechanIcal 4-door .n Perfe and Amelia. PboD 2-102. Su 48 Old Bc.m.Ue ___ S209S *
) condition. 4S
or dirt with education a Must. Apply once.Morrison'sjCafeterla. Ln .o. days. SO miles) Trade BU SA
INCOME PROPERTY-Nice; at fi t.tbr a r WOMAN-part time asduhwasher I priced right. Has 1941 6 Pnt I.

.tme sots, and home. I and fine dr.ln.. This property _ \' or do home laundry. Drive In to any of our 9 Ol.ndoI recently Inst.n. Used Carg CHEVROLET-1935 ton pick-up. 46 Ford conurlbl. ?..s...... _Trade R.dl practically T.
.. 13Ut St. T.mp Mr. I close t W1t.r H..a A for only WOMEN FOR CONTACT.WOR on' 1713 E. Jaklf St. I or phone 5296. N. 2-341.011"_ i' Good cab. .scl.n' rbbr. ca

Best. Broier. For .I k. 6. MUI. due t.d.ate Business Survey. Full or i wide experience IE I j.UOI I II 112 Equipped with a rdio ALL CARS GUARANTEEDTrade '42 PACKARD CUPPER
m.klt e.m.lt are that you can I.DlCN-Wlb -1942 Convertible club co.p. heater. Drive It and buy It for $495. 4-Door SedanRadio.
ICE CREAM PARLOR and Soda blocks also-available. a moneymaker Requirements ob..1 Institutional food and heater. Light 111. R. S. Evans. 101 W. Central. Phone Finance
drill-Completely equipped. 18.9S.t for Tt W. Bently. and t.l. Opportunity t earn work d..lr.. position In high class VARNER want to buy your cream top. A-l condition. one Heater Overdrive
am. one .. Phone D. S29. S. V.nD _ _
Pla.12 S .a St Winter O.rd.n owner. 11 Ave. D. W1tr Haven. Winter.r..e Park 49 after fo 1t.nl.. Hotel clnln.m.. R..t.a.nt or in I auto or IC. and will pay tOl I owner car Is the best buy en the lot. j DIAMOND--.R and O. '41-42 I These are the lowest price you win '42 n CADILLAC SEDA

Pa. $ hlway lunch. .Ut.Uon.J3ox 8la.ELOFC .> prices immediately. D. Vamer .. i $1495. R. S. Evans. 6 W. Central ,I modeL 18.000-Ib. two-speed. Eaton ) see for a lone lone time. Gt them Hdr.m.t radio ..
JEWELRY In commu WANT-trlrl to operate Studebaker and Service. 234 dial ._ while they last for .
STOR. MODERN HOTEL-Nicely furnished. Blossom Trail. Reptonit 5.le 421.I 1 axle tractor. Looks and runs like we repeat Ao' new.
of ; no compe I On main street. Important CentralFlorida 1280 20th at Or.n. c.ll.rnl. I| W. Central Phone 2-3153. I{ FORD-1946 Convertible club eoap.i new. Just for 4 or 5to. dump I Ilhl ne.t Sale end W.dnea.". *
tr Another locally. Oood reasons city. 14 rooms 11 baths. COMFEEl" TYPIST and dlcta- I. week pf."d. | Completely including leis than rte the price truck. 42 BUC SP SEDA .
I fulpo ,
.: reasonable. rents.' LlTlnc I IniJ Same ownership and manatemoot pbO' o1r.tr. Give cOII.t eSprlel.e. LADY-Will care for Invalid or WE 1E. .o, used call can.6039 Drop any by and b..ter mi. ". R 8. Orlando Fe.rl Truck Co. 711 W. a.
or
arailable. C. B. Davis. Real- clean
E. Jefferson. 1-1M9. I fo 20years.. Full details at this 228. semi-invalid. SIS week. Box 619 I i evening for a courteous appraisal i Evans. 6 W.Centrai: 432! Robinson. Open Sunday fo your ear.

: oUlce. Asher p.te. Realtor cor. EARN Good Ieom. r.prnU. S-Star. I I.t your home Wykygyl Motors. FORD-1937 coup 85." DODGE-i933. pickup truck: .o convenience 41 62 CADILLAC SEDAN

Tourlft court site: new C.ltra and M.I. Avon Com.Uc NURSE-.practical experience desires 'I I finish and motor condition: real buy at $375. Bydramatie radio and beater.
other SEE CS BEFORE YOU your
3 rooms modern kitchen.tn SORRY if I advertised nothing that Good Housekeeping and &a care for Invalid or elderly person. 5E does not use 01 S395. R. 8. E"D at 220 S Liberty St.. Orlando A really nice
furniture.Amazing Write i car. Sure. shop around you WYKYGYL MOTORS cr.
leading .
,
SfJ. Interested My .omeD' m..an. Box 811 8-8tar. I I N dial 4771
yen. .k
.- 17-92; across cOnld.DII Brod..", Or can for your car-but before yon sell 40 DODGE-1941 Pick-up. Perfect within '42 SEDAN
Jim Blackman.FORD1946
from listings may have the y. buln.. 1a Dm.n atcPoNfST-r tea rom host get our bid too. Central Florida and without Tours If yon hurry '0 N. Mills N.a Colonial Leu D9.Eusneu
D Por or property that yon have I.do. cor. Garland and Jefferson. con.rtbl. club coupe. for $1.095. R. S. Evans. 101 W. Central. .
LEASK ON LIQUOR STORK. and lootlag for. Prescott .V. SteeleWBroker. Box 504 Motor B. Hagan. Ph. 2-2424. Radio h.t.r tights: phone & V.n. Phone 5039 evenings Radio and neater.MI .

Lunch Room on Hlthway No. 1, 4 West Central Avenue 65. Help Wanted-Male ,,.,,., :SSt.r.ii'E. I Se L I tailored seat rover $ .p tradeIn 2. 1. truck. PACKARD CLIPPER
white. lady
Good pavIng bnslneM. Stock Included F.- iOzl91-io.PI.k-
CrlU. .1204 8. Orange Blossom Trail.Pete's .
Turner Real Broker. DUE TO BICKNESB-Ptlllng. .r.1 BELL BOY." (Vhlte-Oood p.". Upe. ioD. your .,' WE NEEDS CARS t rent. We pay ; good I 4-Door Sedan

1.0. Et.t ,*,> and meat market: good lo.elon room and.board. Call Winter Park fifty cents_ _493 S-Star. I top price for late mo.1 can. Drop Gro.n. tires. 8525. 754 EI.o St ', Radio Hester, Overdrive
P. Price reasonable. IBqulr 1811 High
I 715.WE S31 at once I STENOGRAPHIC WORK at my home.or bY and let us make offer. .i FORD-1946 Black flnlsb. .bt aIdewalls. FORD iai. Mo.l A.. pickup: In Ml CHEVROLET rLEETLDaC'
Street. cood '
.bur. Kissimmee. afternoons in your office. Ex- I Ipr.nce. M.' R. CDS.UDv.U.. -- I I. ..nr7.lOW.mu.. first class ,
NURSERY Compfetelr equipPed CAN OFFER REAL good valuesin BRIC-USN- ..nd'"J N. Garland St.. phone 24347. : certain n.lt person onn 5 Pt.n HAL WADSWORT 4-Door Sedan
S.
mot any type of bU'In.s you be" pcl!ou."lt b.o. .ff.knt. d.lnd.ble. Used Can. 242 Ht Orange, dial 120 O.n. BI..m Radio. Heater Like Hew
and stock with three On l.cbln. Ph FEDERAL 1939 tractor-truck: fully OFFS
nursery large or toSpleeer prBRCH 2-4814. '
-
.k. ..i "So.k 1 EXCHANGE Used 38 PONTIAC T SEDAN
CAR ,
TOP wishes per c.r $696. Fruehauf 28 ft.
expert- USE
Whitney 5pl..1 Co. MNAGE.d' NOTrel.F before sell.We FORD-1935 2-door. Radio e.lJd. I A FINE SELECTION StIrs
land.' smell house en hard Realtors. 705 .. 2-3289. l.n.nt A-I executive. .ted. S. you b..lp. 8115O. Can b seenworking. nice.
.
e e.clen' .PrtU fog right and good Urea. -
M.t".l p"f.r" each 29 W.Wohlngton.
eJc. : 850 per week al.r". Box 520 pay the .r. Florida D. Casting P.I OF USED CARS
road thre ef .dt". Bhrubbtrr OPPORTUNITY KNO1 but once! .lplo bneft .pr.n. Phone 2-5081sfter- 2 pm. 123 W. 2-1838. These cart told with 30-day
le. We b. the ,. grocery '1 and .lay d.l.d; Bx 31 SSt.r. I d" K.I.y s
b..ut" NO ONE COULD MORE thanan .0. P. truck 1948 Ford guarantee.J.
WAN 1094 eonnrtbl. pickup : Driven (000miles
alone worth two-thirds sal service .t.ton guest houses and 8St.r. ... car FRD1131. 155. Tdo&dla
. Hasting Realtor. 2nd. 70. Work Wantf'd-'la1e R. S. E..D If .e Pi. pion. 329R. Wln-.r l. .
I Inc.. N.
CLR CK-hprl.nc'. I buy your car. 4w..rdle of Its antiquity 904 Orange; dial 2-4521. .
Rm. 6. Central Arcade; 4237. FORD- 1941 pickup. Perfect condi
lee which ".10 for quick G ACCOUNTANT Bookkeeper. 20 years I obllueDc. or sparklingnewness FORD 1948 convertible 1948 Ford Convertible club C.
It McKELLAR. INC
I
aCa RELIABLE MAN take care store route. .. .. _ _ ; fall er pert time. Phone we to please Jim Cumble Can cOUP.H..t.r. thin For Information see a 3000 nearly new. cp.
Rectte Moff stt 0. P. .Swop*. Dt'rbat collect; new praC COLORED COOK-Experienced. 0 2."prl.n. the seller.! See Ellwood Evans at ThWorld's N. dial 24531.RD lc. 80 Kohl Avenue "TOUR PACKARD DEALER*
\
trtn. Earn p.,. Apply at tClmm,.i BLOCK 52. AND BRICK LAYER-Blocks Largest Dealer., 400 M ) Or.n.1941 station Another PEERA TRUCKS-2H-ton. take 1942 Chrysler New Yebr. Radio and 342 N: Grants Ave. Phone 1147
I wagon. .
8812 Pine .afterhours. : weekly W Nut Co. St. Orange Ave. I I Orange dial 4771. offer. O'Berry-Ball
o 2-01. .1. heater. Two
toned .
e Paul. Minn. lOe each or by the hour. Call 6789 Evans bargain at only 1124. R Company. Ernestine St. green fInIsh.One
COUPLE-Man experienced gardenerand or contact D. F. GeorgIanHotel. 8. .. 60 W. Central owner. 47 tats. Exceptionallyclean.
WANT TO GROW Gladiolus bulbs I boa..m.D Woman for generalhousework. 5 30 to 7 P..u : CMC-H ton lone wheel base: stake .
and bulblets for planted on premises. Good GET CASH 5 I FORD-1946 sedan. Equipped with body. 825 Jusl tires. Booster
b.ll t.
NETTING)-well ..e 50O weekly.. hi Florida. I have ef good wages. Phone 6746 i I M radio and other .tr.. rlu. This Ir.k. .2-speed rearax Ic. Actual 1942 BuIck Roadmaster sedan. Very

produce Owner ofe' r.ta. food 84SOO and ortest black soil crows f. bulbs and fo.. COOK-Short order man. must, b BIYG: reasonable. Box 68 W. P.y carh for any make or mo.1 Is a low mlleae car pried.right.Ollns 810. PI.tU. Hatcheryat d..a ing-Alexander
Used 142
:
lu.I.. O" would to have a : No delay C.r. ; Pine .
and _- era. A UI. p.r fast. 3 p in. te 11 P.m. Also I c.r. .1 b.ralnml. D. 1. C.te. P.
Inc Weeks laenbl.' party. per b.lal D. R P.u P. waitresses. Lloyd's Cafe. Klsslmmee. In at.t. your .e .e1 tu" I 2-347. HOUSE TRAILER-Palace aluminum. 1940 Old 2 door ad.D Very de.

will fat. Good and .r.bt, reasons Road. N. C. Ph. 4341. CLR CI-. It I if* worth the ". FORD 1946-club coupe. Bee tbl 3 months'old' 25'. 8 ply Ure sleep car. Motors

Ph 2-12 10J ear today .t. Used 4. fully Price Smed-
for U and able Pft.
IU. r.d" DRY CANO PLA.'T-I b.ln.. Moton. 501 N. Lot. W. e.lppd. 1941 Chevrolet
Cl. Bank Loans
to handle. Bo SBtar.ORANGX mor. BtaUn.-AI..nd.r 50 ley's Old Apopka eo.ch
61 for "er. esclent Oi Ulrene'j An. Phone I .. C.IP. H Ml N. ORANGE PHONE 7171
Block
TRAIL-Lovely portunity for veteran CARPENTER- or Or.DI 871 way lust of r.lrb.nl. 1941 Ford. Tudor.
BLI INSTALLMENT IOAN3 less .
yon roofinc. ,
Guest 2 co either a truck or car a driver bl..prnt HOUSK TRAILER-Vagabond deluxe.
.pae.t.Lrn at First National Compare work or FORD 1936 convertible 1938 Ford
crete ; Tudor. .
with experience hou carpeted. 1117S.I
lot 150 270 with salesman. One prO Venetian
>
Present ft .au e these costs. When the 1.1 I fort Write Box 480 A Phone af.1 6.0 Pm. 2-6S. n, WANTED from-pn..te party 41 or I '36 sedsn. Smith's also.CO.a;I I 2'. bx 1lnC.. Apopka .".
5ta.
Inm. f.re H" 1937 LaSaQe 1946 BuIck
fralt n. 8 34 .
8140 per Income 100. you get I 'JP.ent confidential. Aubtl. '42 Buick. Chevrolet or Pmouth. .d.n. All have hoc Illn' .o I I JutN.of 8.d.n Road.pasterSeda
mont Pbl I 150. you get 12 $265 F.lrb.nl R.d.O
from rent rol m.t I 200. yon get 186P.139P..ment m.nt 16 S ELECTRICIAN -First class steady MECHANICAL 1943. with ENGINEER Grade515 experience ColD Fnutar.; Co. &2 33 Robinson. t 115. R Smt E-Tn lf Schnltx. TRADE SELLS TERMS 1946 Chevrolet 2-Door Sedan

residence $360 per month T isan 8 300. you get 25 work. Must sober and .Tellable. IdUtra rDON'T E Will lake
excellent m.ftmeat 8 4OO. you get 372-P'Yleta 219P..m.nt .0 Box 449 SStarFARM b work desires in which York an engineering line background or- LOSS MONET We will pay : car in trade. Winter Garden R. t.r 616 N. Orange Phone 8697 1948 Ford Convertible Coupe
soil tit OOO with full value for your car. ,
P. ab you get 41.67 LABOR Experienced white or Dn"b..lt.t. left at co 2 blok. "r
: 46P.ent useful. Box 5O7 S-Star. "emmont
Phone Sam f see us now. Ohn's and 1942:
term get 83.34 Ca. FRDIH1 es-t.slc.ba
,1. Bat you I3P. apply 205 W. Church right. 1946 Ford Club
m.nt Coupe
Broker; 2Og 8. Above monthly colore and Garland VETERAN-36. permanent resident. 242 N. Orange Ave. Phone I 4or I.n.. For sale cheap. S .
p"m.n moat Chur .. HOUSE TRAIt-ER-New. Ma.nor
1.. married. Want work have at 243 8. Orange
Srol
Payments for IS A.
>re .m.ler. morning m. Brine your FRANK REE r..U" knows boots I Iget -
beautiful
: PACKING HOUSE.-In the heart 0 Figures include life Insurance lunch and come ready t work not feur's license.: Box 502 8t.r.YOUO cb.u-I I the for your car or HUDSON-1948 Super "$" 2-door throughout: .l.ror. Electric water ASK OUR CUSTOMERSPerfect
loan tn case of death. The First play. MAN-26. married and I equity. Cash In five minutes. W sedan. Heater. Jim Cumble Cars any thick
bottle stove Will sell with without
excellent citrus section. Tally 1.UO Bank at Orlando. 4th floor. CARETAKER-Workinc fore owner. bookkeeper.auditor. give 'em awayf Give u a Inc.. 904 N. Orange; dial 24521.HUDSON I carpet heater in living gas completely furnished or

# OROVI. 150 acres fine grove. House experienced J office 201 N. Orange Blossom Tr.l; 7883. I -19406" 4 door sedan. A livable; ro.many extras. Don'tbuy lror.ne. trades-cash or terms.

equipped on -mala hlihvayv Oood Scbol bus. Steady Job. work. Desires position DONT GET CAUGHT1 Sell your car good running nice looking car with I tin oa'.. seen this one. KimesTreflerPark. R-m.mbr, that's egg to.

$2. Lan, Up 1 $300 fD._ Rhde Sebrtnav Fla. with a reputable Box 484 before prices drop further. Open ..Ud.7 ..tires. Priced for quick sale i' 2820 BduthltuhlAvu.BOUSETRAILERl5'.sleePs A-lwsys expert work.
truck leads. abundant apply el fruit H 3-Star. .
AUTO Diamond leans- Box 26.GREYANM..t N. Snd." Wykygyl Colonial. Any Motors. 70. I 1615..R f.: I.n. 101. W. Cent.1 I' 2 or 4- N- better we claim. 1942 Chevrolet 2-door ............$l.OS5

close at hand. Nicely furnish'resi- Prlur l.nc Company. .J. F. have 2 opportunity or 71. Airplane Sales & Service SrT-CAH'.ll n.r PAID for your used. cr.I I I HUDSON=i939'I". 4-door. Most Do. th.n b..r.tank. I..bs. c." bd. G-ivlnc satisfaction 1941 Plymouth 4-deer ................11.093Sl.19
.t.R.
Burger. mol. e"prl."c. G .
8..t Bud References McKellar.Your Packard sell. For 25 X.MUlcrAve. & closet. E-verywsy, It.. true
dent. 1 acres ef land e which 4 ing. Phone 2-O339. for Cw.1. Are. to 4O. AT- PLANE-Fully licensed for day o.lcr.. 342 N. Orange A.. Phone mfOn.UoD see .1.."with coth.929 C.mell.G Dr. ; 1941 Dodge 2-door __ -_. *
2 and night flying full instrument 145. f a
are pl.nt Well o.bUbP gift CASH LOANS MI quickly. 81O t Apply Margaret. Ann Churchand than 1OO hours on the 14. HUDSON-194O 4 door sedan Country ._ ._ _ _ 1941 Ford Coupe --,_ .$1.193
8300. On V or M-eet you save
furt.r.A.ta. Rosalind. p.n.1. Price. Can SELL CS YdUR CAR! We pay high' Club model. Good running con ROUSE TRAILER-never used. n. money.
atMonocoupe
Finance Co. 311 seen Pt
1941 Royal _
Chrysler
Coupe *1.299
'box business road standalone S 1.2 b I cash price Melton's Used Original E-xcepuonal price :
and busy opposite City I Corp. Cars. diton. black fIt.h. Radio vate owner at cost $ fo 'I

R.I I &S N. Orange Avenue. Telephone .. 8795. R E..n.. 4 Completely .11.. t.n.te Bar T-please you I our motto.Here 1940 Chevrolet 3-door $ 89 9
nets 4.500 yearly. CASH LOANS-Quickly made on furniture ICTT and TWIN ENGINE ratings on Grumman 2-6. N. Orange dial 4771 and ask rler. 420 8. Oranee ._
WI. t autoa and diamonds. Orlando's .RU 8uprnt.d.n'corpratln Wldxeon land sea and .A.I.to.1 I Jim Blackman.LINCOLN A. we prove our claim; 1940 Plymouth 2-door -_t 79*

show buyer own Home Finance Co. 307 Veterans training. Orlando 75. I Ii RO l-TonE T..l. 27' O-n yea can rely.
potential
: Must be capable of Autos for Sale 1
fO .
reord& "et.lf Bide Dial 2.30.LAS charge of local :t.lin.. applxsnc Country Club. Ph Winter 86. ZEHY twoton.- green Two IMImoel and electric. brakes Fr.ld.lrp. btl.aluminum .- D-on't Corset the l.m.: 193* Plymouth Convertible _$ .595

thorough Entire busU ON can-weta state ace and history oLrTast AUTOMOBILE AUCTION Every 'I .prl"a I
In.UntD BOUSEYo. I IQARREA i oth.r light arey. Your choice for 25'
72. :Automobiles for Rent .
loan quickly experience alone with references. Bs Tuesday 1 oclock-One hundred only $1095. R S. Evans W. Central Glider .I.tre brake Utility

is n.t at lesst 40* yearly On'atUt In : see us. Florida Credit. 21 W. 600 8Sta. to tbre hundred cars and tck.. We : dial 4321.OUZEHY1937.. 6_ _ l' trailer 27.. 4 All at 1..lnprl.u.
grade In 1:2' .h.1
of OrandTheater. 1
Pine. lot .t.I. east INC.-H.h our largest.tmobl. last PRANGE
Will .sacrifice for Immediate "k season t Tuesday. buy from New mo L .. 8.1. S4 StarlingAlexanderMotors
responsible people. 2-1438. I i and heater N. Orange Trail.HOUSE"TRAILER _ _
from 110 to 83OA: MAN WANTED for work in doc hoa- C.l & the cheapest to the best in this sale. spotlight and driving light A-l 4. BRAKE
sal. O.n lesTlnt State. Write LAS MAE 16OO 14. Livingston Ave. I Come with the crowd to Golf Livestock ; RoHaway. .1-J STATION
Family Apply
: f. aI. siSaL t Or.a. throughout. 875. 441 Clarcona Also Ford
pr. bottles cas. .
HERTZ DRIV-UR-SELF SYSTEM Company. Lakeland -
Finance I
Inc. Avenue. Commllol
Box 474 S-Btar.- Phone 9857.. C..ta ji. World's largest auto rental system Forid.. | ph. County 32-R-12. M"I I Mercury motor. St. Cloud Trailer Wheel Alignment Specialists" SOI N. ORANGE PHONE TITS

A. MECHANIC-Ford experience. ApplyMr. Reasonable rates. Drive a new car AUTOMOBILE 'I LASALLE-1936 4-door sedan. Camp .. .nlnn.HUSZTAI1Qf._ _ _
4 OUT OF U who ak for a loan here Collins or Flyrm. C.ntr.1Porld. AUCTION 6ALE- -E i 1010
"I. confidence. Also trucks for rent. nice clean Inside. Good W. Church 81.Phone .
ORANGK BLOSSOM TRAIL-II yeawill --get one. Personal Finance Co.. 24 Motors. .Jefferson. St.pbn. .lh N. Orange Ave. Phone 2-064. I cry Wednesday at 2 00 P.M. Let !' .p.lnt 852 Ph. 3302 Win- Palrl.. Open Sundays and Evenings.
sell 'f
this sit* with p.oBorne 8. Orsnie. Room 2. Phone 2-314 .2-2424. your .1"mobl. or trucks roun home wheel. Also 142Streamllte. 7221
mnaU.t t.r Pa. beautiful on
a car highest car If ..
'. Robert E. JAX.U-DRVE-IT. IC.-Rent you
income buUdiusnow Wol. 1. MAN-Fry cook and prie. 3 rooms all complete:
ot.r MITNACE Je.p. car to bur Ve will models and .MERCURY-1946 4-door sedans. Two
on you will tap look QUICK CASH LOANS hotel. Housing fur- E.r. I I : heater electric and rood tires
Servicemen No and
FrDtur. .elcome j I makes. Including 1946 and 1947 mod- > from br.b. Tf
t 1101 Rdio
.ur4
lug further. Present income 8 ISO prIont note and auto loans. Plshed. Phone_Lake- .W.I1141.. S20 depos.it. 3-4347. 142 els. Good demand for clean, late JII Cmbl. 1. 904 N. trailers are an excellent .

not meuc1 new home ice Family Loan Co.. 501 Florida MIDDLE COUPLE-Man for N Garland St. model cars. Don't miss these sales.We 0 reese: 2-521. for each or yon may make a .m.1
ere deveioptncin Bank Bid t W. Callls. manager. AGE down payment end assume the 1948 AND 1947
m" .b. JOI R yard to assist withhousework. will be expecting you. Gainesville cn
D.
VARNER U-DRIVE-IT-Drive .
.
.I. I' S
( trailer park. Phone 2-1661 between
tract. Ph. AT SERVICE
The terms are c.bll very easy to responsible do l"DdF and help with yourself; low rates; by mile or d.. Auction Mak.t Gainesville. MODE A FR' 2-or. Some -2-1ffZ YOUR MODEL CARS
party. Call details and children ..I.r a month and D. Varner U-Drlve-It. Ine. 234 Florida. Phone S. In ntt. piece betweenthe HOUSE TRAILER-1942 Mhar-
YOU CA BORROW signature. separate home furnished. Thl Is a Central Ave. Phone 23153.OLINS = radio and bumper. It's 2-room: b.t.ne eat Going
appointment te J. BUICK 1939 sedan.Radio .1 ALL
hcaa. A furniture AcceptanceCorporation. for unattached Spl.1 4-or ka and most $ CARS Ic
year-aronnd job
*
O-DR1Vi'iINC.-New and Jim Cumble Cars a stomp down good one! With good, 15. D'pion. MAK
1 Gh.Be. 108 S Coa 480 North Fast 499 SStar.PLUMBER cars b..tr. .. R F Cross.
friendly service. Ph. 7136.Orn"e.Offices at eaple. Box for rnt Rean.bl. rates per day. Inc.. 904 N. ;.dial 2-521. inson.rubber. 11S. J. R- Smith. 3 E. Rob Trailer see Park. Bi TRUCKS. PANTS REPAIRS R. S. EVANS

PARTS d.t.MAGEBlhepr. & &now.for Coo and Wi.tr Ha.. work.-First tlas. No.dlnlK.Stud" 9 work 00. 242 N. Open 24814.STARLINGALKXANDER evenings. ul ,I BUICK miles. -Quick 1946 4-door..1.. sedan: 40,: HOUSE TA2 ft National. EXPERT WORKMANSHIP -

and share a profits. handling all type of work. Box 450 Or.al. j| Pi.. j MOTORCYCLES 14 Imported ." 4. electric Offer for
Substantial Investment. Opportunityof I' 2.5. I British Enfield. brake*. Priced to sell. See Kenton Our TrucksReliable
8"1. MOTORS BUICK-1941 Super club EsI< 8m.I n.ht.deht P.d.ra
63. Loans
Mortrage P.rk.HOU.T.sTr.nU.
lifetime. State qualifications fully I ( PalmsTraller
Ul. with b.
equipped
SERVICE MAN and
experienced. Wllyera
plp fittr. Compare our rstessnd.a v e relIed tires and paint. I u. fo, IMMEDIATE DELIViR'A'The
In first letter. Box 817 f
Rugged construction throughout.Sales
&ta. Apply. 0.COl. money. 601 N. Orange A.. lie Can Inc.. 904 N. Orange; dial N
RESTAURANT lease. AU _. P.BA.-L.-ter low-rate. Gen pny.1117_ _Virginia_Drive._ 7878. Pon. 2-4521. price $249. R. 8. I..aa 6 L* ask yew &can
.... j I W. Centrai.Phone 4321. only
New following Auto values
3838 Orange Blossom 4O.OOO GOOD Jobs a month-Surveyon. P.lr. "hon. wen true
T.I."um.nt a building buying or refinancing callor athletics Instructors power ,I I I I II I, BUICK-1941 Super 4 door seCan. NASH-IHO. Tudor clean; $900. Can S109S. 'M" .-m .. with pr. 1
Clean Inside and out. perfect ValueDon't
29 W. con- Other fine choice NO
see Joe 0 Myers. dolly only 82495. Btt
R..ltor. seen .t 1021 Slisdylane
RESTAURANT Soda fonl.1 U.emen. ectael. work.r ware 73. Auto Service !. dltlon. Phone 2-1641. b Dl. 1948 Chevrolet Flvetmaiter. > doee
Washington St. Phone I. a rea on why our
Doughnut 8811 form. optleians. I I I j j NASH-1938 4 door Super T. tr.nl I.ne the Hams sedan. Btriklnt blue finish.
concn.l. lo. .. ..rd-pt.ea Expert1enced > BUICK-1941 Super 4-door sedan. l. D Wlngert 3330 8. Orange
tion seats Will finance .roren, AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE I lu".. Radio and mo. BIO which Radio heater. *
yea depend
.a. Radio and heater Jim Cumble B" porn Trail._ _ Qn e.
HOME LOANS To build
whole for p.rch. p.1tu. structural steel .orl.r. mechanics; prompt service: but motor In good
aarlc coed restaurant ltee.pl 8 refinance and" rep.i. Prompt serv I j I good stock and r21re 904 N. Orange Ave..; dial "u.h. S. E..n. 40O N.eodltl O.D.e. HOUSE TAnETr.-L..b 2 1947 Chevrolet FleetmasUr Town Be

tu or Iro"e.r call Chester W. ice.. Reduced c.t. plan skilled um are nrI' for peacetime '' tires. D. p.r., .cceure. Central j dial 4771 and ask for Jim BI.ckm.a ft.; n. For we .our claim din. Beautiful maroon finish.

arc .. Including pl.n. duties in ... Army.It : 2-3153. Ic' !i BUC- 1939 convertible. 3.0 lane .... Full .Ia bed. Excellent workmanshipDon't AU equipment.
o.ne. 8321. OLMOBILI13.iU.-eop Be"t offer will E"pr
and house Winter take* men amonth I IMagnolia .edllo. Sleep
'S and ice equip- moel &pro"l.t.l" 40.0 REPAIR snt P'lntm. The i P.re cndltoD 19S.
AU Loan 1 week. Leo8 Cord. Its true
Park Federal
up I t.k.I thl f.e 1944 Ford 5-pao.enrer Club Coups.
Inquire at 647 H.RESTAURANT .ol..m.nt t Buckeye O"e. formerly ins Lone lb. sale. 1502 Lucerne Terrace: Sat. OranceBloram
.t. I-ot 9.
al r A.n.. 224 ParkAve.. Winter Park. .tn.t.D .1. Star O.r.... 1317 H. Grand Ave. BUICK-1942 Super sedanette. Glossy pm.; all day Sunday.OLDSMOBILB Tr.Ue P.rl Everyday In everywayRr5ble Perfect with all equIpment
available to I _ _ _
young
BOMB LOANS help Tr.l.HUE
-We want to you .o and Orange Blossom Trail now open black Radio heater. Ex "
Concrete bulldlnc.. bu. a home or build a new one. m.n between 18 and 34. inclusive 17 I!I for business under new management.AUTO f.l"h. without. Priced to 1941 66" Hydra- TRAIlER 1644 deluxe service for yoa 194 Cedillae HydramslleS2* 4*
Nicely farnl&.d horn In give service. Office with parents' consent! higher .1.nt. m.te 4-door sedan. Excellent con .. Banaln. leaving for deor. AU Cadillac accessories.'I
prompt ,
R. S. Evans. 101
W. Central. > And save money
.
L.t". me tol.h.r.PI hours 9 101 2 dunne week: 9 te Pa,. plus food in.c" I I -BRAKE JOBS and wheel i PhnneS2Sq. See i Jim Cumble C.r Inc.. 904 N.Oranae North I..t row. Palm T.n.r Park .1 Beautiful 3 tone creen finish.
12 Saturdays. First Federal Saviors dental and medical the alignment. 1-day service. Wheels ; dial 2-4521. I IO Orange Blossom Trail. Let .meet the test'
Beauty P.rior-.Cloe. In. Copl.tbeu.pp. Army a smart Bill of balanced while wait. CHRYSLER-1937. 4 door with -
and Loan Association of : 1547 Cheviohet FlsetlineAers sodas.Fully
Owner Orl.ndo 6 Iror Prange & Sons. :' W. " Rights those
I.nn. t.a Pine 1942. aedanette.
83500.Courtney I St. Orlando. P. who .d.r.ton.1 at least three ALIGNMENT within and without. ; rOBI P I dition. Must sell immedIately! l : l.evInc The prices yea .ffl find esulpsie&

Realty Co- 392 North Or .n tale at $495. R S.Psfor01"t I I town. Atlantic Service Station.
official terniiflationof
ante Ate; dial 2-2471. LOANS ea Impro.e Ir1nl. In o Three- enlistments allow 'I Irolr. I i Prompt A repairs lr.iCtDI' Central Phone 5296. V.nn I &d.n1 II I Orange Blossom ..d Church. Reliable and best. 1947 Chevrolet Fleetmatter Club
one-stop S
Orlando Ic. PONTIAC 1938 Ceupe.
AND ELECTRIC repair shop. Wlnt.Pal. Int.,1 of branch of from DeLuxe 2-or Completely TJnder an eo.dltlon
RIO as low ..4". "nlr Service 300 N. Orange Ave. VRL-I9'Spd.1 DLu. Equipment includes HOUSTAIR Fully equipped.
for quick f. still open and overseas theater ., r.dlo b..tr.nd BoweL Alta-
; before
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tb. CJ1 yea buy.
.. Bertes Investment 2 W.W..bn.1 and painting other accessories.
"Jlrl ., Co. with Get AuO-BYWOR ; Tl. monte Springs: call Winter Park
: those open quotas.
904 N.
Orange 2-4521. <
a.feho Phone fr ; exceptionally clean '. Used 1946 Chrysler Wisdom 4 door sedai.
1:1. details on the Arm retirement plan. I j I Rmb car. K" 1 mind I., true
Drive-in. Orante 808 w. CentraL : good motor; Cars.l42 N. Garland: 2-4347. 1-31 _ _ I Fully eqsipped
from the U. S. vL-1931
Beer and wiseOrosslng I and other fn. AimyRecruiting HOUSE TRAfl.tR-cosnpletly I IOR
A. I.tlo. MORTGAGE LOANS Commercial. 6 Rutland Blag AUTO REPAIRS-Day or night. Su ; sell cheap. PLYMOUTH 1940 I door sedan like fu.
day. Business : ton I IICEs 304 Hughey. 1Ih. accommodates 3. Fun Call we w satisfy 1945 Dodge Castoin 4 door sedan.Faily .
property and everything core I F.HA. and .10. lo.n Interest Orlando. P. lrO m.cn Rmb 808 J new. $750 or best offer. 2711 Conway bed. water and electricity equIpped.
825.0OO. *a cash. Pt tow as 4V. : years. Perpaymentprtvileeps. : CHEVROLET-190" Special DeLuxe, Road. Ph. 2-3800. $565. "for Sam. Booster Trailer FE

office only. Mr. Potter No ". Rex-McGlll. Realters. children AUTO I Radio. Low mileage. Very PACRARD-l9W"I" Park. Orange Blossom Trail.
day cup. .
.47 Dodge Custom Club Coors.
.ea.I. arnc. .d.n. Eo
I 128 N. SEYCEe Cumbie .
Orange Cars Inc.
-
with Herman Broker; dial 44. wanted Man look after cars painting : 9 N.IYSUfR113S nomical "... and
0w ROLLAWAY HOUSE TRAILER Fully equIpped.
l t eUC".D B" moor -
Orange dial 2-4521. .o 711 W. Robinson Ave. Ph.
677: N.: Orange: A.. 185. _ I.MORTGAGE FOR SALE-$S.OOO at garden and grove work. b work .b.1 balancing: simonis- rn smooth. $ 4 Completely furnished and roped II
merit. Clean. I I 1. 1O 67 OOO at 5%. 10 for part time house work. Moderncottaie or anything else. Silvers Pontt&n.S2WColonlsl 4-or; new tires; Orans-e. dial 4771 and ask Practically new. Bleerm fo- 5ttIedgaarange I. 1545 Otdeasbile 'l5 4 dooT eeda3..
RETURN-i ,esr. $3.000 at 83O month at lake Box Dr. 2-2310. I. mechanically. No Jim I
per on.large
top pr.lde4 I Blckt.n._ "1 awnL-n. win r ----- Fully equipped.
prices excellent <.o. h.lp t %. Herman Goodwin. Inc Br".r.. &1 SStr. AUTO PAINTING-d-Body-Work. funk heap. Reasonable. SOS &Con PLYMOUTH: 1942. deluxe 4-door I redo for a 1.1l mo.1 04 :car o'

.*U now at $9OOO. Exclusive. '. N Orange Ave.. dial 155."ORlAOERouald We guarantee complete satisfaction < cord.____ i new motor. S95O. Phone Winter Phone 2-4' 1947 Studebaker Champion 4 dent

H..Un.a Realtor.' R. Central I" 66 Sales Help Wanted 1 I I ati reasonable pm. Central Por-,I CHEVROLET-1941 Convertible club Park 145;* Boris Arnov. RollinsCol- O K. Barn aedas. .S2verdflve. cllmatizev.tadis. .

Ar..d. 423. and new: Ida's only .. auto c.p. Radio I..t. Maroon fin le e | TAItETr.Uf' b.at the* NO DAILY SPECIALS
.t.l.ht pay HEN: Write Immediately for fun Information oven. Al Lively' Auto Paint if Body !t E"'D ,".. 81295. PLYMOUTH-l94l Special Deluxe 2- Prices 194 American 25 ft.: now tn I

RESTAURANT-Very airs meet.Apartments and business prop I I how to establish profl& Shop. 3000 N Orange; 80OO. R S. E"D 6 C.nua dial' door sedan. Radio and heater. IVr 81 995. Travelo, 2* ft.s OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS 1945. Nash 4 dsoc sedan. RadIo, climaimer. -

set-up: nearly new. A ".0IPI.t, pet". Bring your mnrtgsse problems able Rawletch b.ane. You .W b AO.WRlEfPMn.. 2-3741 fo'' 4J21._ paint, good tire. snxhantrallr G I new.tn J.B.. St ; 1940 Alms 23 -

for a couple te handle 1.tlrl". I to HcNutt-H.s.uiev.. R..ltor IS surprised at ,11. others a 8O6 W. CtRTSLER-1940 Traveler. Newly lent. Jim Cumble Can Inc. 904 N. .8.: new in July: il. 1946 U.ht- I LOWEST I TOWN

I .9SOO. Harlov 0 ,.lk Q... w. Washington 8t Ph no cure. No selling .. necessaryto tral Ave. R.mb"Orlando's Official ,, painted; motor runs like a n.. Orange Ave. Dial 24521._ i t tnvOtHIDlue house tandem: f. cost S3 SOO. I 194ft Ford 3 door ardan. Super Deluxe.
Orange. Dial 1188. start. No capital required. Golden Wncker car. 8895. R S. W.- price 82.595. .. Moon Radie. beater.
2 ft t.n
I opportunity to build up solid business 6lc. 4121. Ev.n 6 .Ceo 4 door se- dem: bottle ..
BODY dial .lr,'mer.t a
AKD brai.
In County. Rawieith's FENDER "padn. andpainting. __ I he.tr. .11 Our 1948 Ford Convertible Club Coupe
,
,
1941 BUICk
REAL Low coat! Br.r and sell Convertible Coupe $195
EAT LAS given. CROSLEY-1941. In perfect condi- Cumble Can Inc. 904 N. i
Jtm.t right" Tennc't Or1ante I <2> Radio heater.IMS .
I "Cpbi Trn Trailer Sales. I
b..I. To b b"ld o"n.. 1m. op.FAC-18o14. Satisfaction D. Varner. tion. Drop by and see swell !ho2.4521. ,
!
I and thl BlossonTraflatAmeUs.TRAILER.l942 | tHt Buick Sedan S
-P. S1.0
jSACNEt.bllbd, which Pr. Tb T OLD ESTABLISHED Teal estate firm 234_W. C.ntr.1 Ave. Phone 2-3153. little car. Price only R. 8.ETans.60W.Ce PLYMOUTH-1941 Convertible I I 1844 CadilIse 53O Hydrsmstie Club

0. I Dp.rm.nt CAR by traldlal4321._ Good rubber motor like eP. Nauonal.2f ft- ex.crlleat I I Coupe. Lii CadIllas accessorIes.
Orange Orln.second floor. has opening for two alert sl. WH'O-hD a eonditlon. 11.3OO. Can at 1942 Pontiac Station Wagon S 96
O. Fredrick. CHEVROLET-1941 Special DeLnxe4door finish new top Tours if -.:the Bowline I
A. men:
118 N.I.hon H.rl.Dil I II 8-Star.I.d. f.rlbe..m Wrt B" Station. cornerBooneandJackson.CONVERTIBLE_ sedan. Radio. Exceptionallyclean. fo$995 R. S. Evans. 101 :I AII Le.bu.P. 1941 Dodge B Jan S 896 1944 CadWac 62" Fydramatie 4 door
O.na. 111 NTED $3.OOO business b .r.n.e I D
fo eP.no. Itenl. Jim Cumbie C.r Ie 904 N. phone 5296: tee Vans I I4-ton. sedan. AU Cadillac accessories.

RSTAUR1"-n Orange Lv.. by Box Good 487 security 8Star.MORTGAGES .and return 10n. SALESMEN. commissions. Fast door panels: TpR.d1a Orange dial 2-21.CADIC ._ PLYMOVTH-1934. nice ; coed rbI dual wb elr :! 1941 Plymouth Sedan .( 896 .
1.ln. D
priced
O.DP. reasonable setters. Ln. appliance ers. West Auto Tnm Shop 641 LexInxton. :' 1941 62. 4-door. low motor: drives nice. $185.S -. : & 1947 Cadillac 62 Sedseette. Hzdra.mats.

priced. Can 2-1928 Monday.- real- on a types farms o and Improved ture wheel hou...".. fur 6012. _< excellent endlton. Must RSscore.. j .1942: motor .ltol De. .trct.. 1941 Willys Station Wcol S 595 Has everythIng.

RADIO APPLIANCE shop. i r.t. to.. Chicago. 111. LUBRICATION Shellubration 1 I be so'd this week o.nr fo trade for o. I
service ranches. W. T. Correspoa- Asaociatea. .Wel ( I.m P 4 door 5375. 110 pawnxer c.r 1546 StitIsh Aestina. Mqdels S aid
the Come down cu
G 1.t0.Modern "11.t i dent for Conn. M.t..I.Life Insurance SAU" Nlu.sli the thorough al.ntfl' lubrication' and 1oh. Will tradeof Tl'3 j tThnne 7OH7. j 10'. 4 4 sedans

CoJ. pr stork. P C 32O N. ..n St Ph 1-3274. -En"nook cr..n- of your i smaller ofM. .nP 4-door .- .. A-I TRAILER-27 ft. 1945 Roy CislFIii '

d. In"ltol. Phone 1792.STAtRAW.u "o., m.ll"w .b. Rich ..m11 11 'r" .tch.d. Smoth runnine i der. Little .vm.T.r.. Orange. D.n condition tire*. 1115 Park excellent condition P right Mal others too numerous t: French Flats Convertible Const
assured 8 :.
and. LOANS en an tyres ef property; lone you .1. < te .ok Safe m.I..I.a P.r hard-to-re-you. i' sees Tr.1 'Ave. _ _ for curt sal. See R. 0.1.s here including trucks, Very thrifty.
AYI" 1 or short t.na low rate; Immediate drinkers) or fo.t.. Apply 131 Pat place rt. promn. CUTYROLET-Aero PLYMOUTH-1940 2-4OQT sedan.Carefwily e'ln .a.. apartment W"lit i

S150 per day year around. service. R.r. O. Fredrick us Lake Ave.. : a.m. or. 3.3 safe ..r pleasure.l.k.81 Great. Southern easy will trade. 1047 P. 117.-new_: .. -haairnr per- Trailer villa stnrrv*. 1 bkwk north o Fan j trailer and motce Stop No trade in required
441.
nly. on
rent nice lease. Shown onlY by te p m. Week daya
Bother .1 N. ODa. A. PboD 111 43 Mesea. 692 N. ; dial new. Oidcob1 convertible fert. Sew t,. T.I.pr. 41. and look You but
O.n.
pl.tm.nL P.16.. r SALES RRL"AT for a 2-18. .c.. W. 4-door. takecaw. PACK.ARD-l942 4 dear WN win buy a hove trailer b tem oer.

equipment and soda fountain.t.tI!t WANT TO BORROW 82OOO on my ; 816fOO TRUCK-TRAILER See there can e* HoUy-Robctra '8 an. Glistening finish r Frank Reed. The foltowinc can use your present car High allowances given
unlimited opportunity : : trailer a
D home. Will CITC first mortgage at .n.n'pt RDAI.r Motors at once. 2120 Orange en display at all times:
Time and
Price and t.
a payment S h..tr. tDld Saartan Manor. I
bu. corpora 11.1. Palace down
.o 6%. Call 1.tlaa Biotsom! Trail. R. 8. Wob.rn' Terms arranged
P. Bryan. Business I 4:8. be salesman Miller Tr T to 1" Ev.n 1 c.. Ala ZJ Tandem : payet
Opportunities. 130 8. Court. Orance u.a Late 2319 McRee: : 1941 club coupe. test: _4321.PONTIACI935. L .D
.
|
I N. C'LE Ea t.rm
Hotel Lobby phone 2-O237. 64. Help Wanted-Female model .tb. 38.I I tan finish exceptionally I IC.r sedan. 4 .r.n..o a U.ln': Stop at any .<, one t Orlando

SELF-SERVICE LAUNDRY New. I Phone .a- ...u.pPuea Ul'A.t 73-1. Ante Parts-Accessories' good mechantcaUy. OUn's Used r..p radio .4. G."I Or*nee Bloa etBTra. U.S.1 21 I Locations for n demonstration.
GIRL 242 N. Orange dial 2-4814. !
Items
fu .ulpl Va..bl business PAN aD .at.. .6" citon. ar 1. l
..idl. 1.lu. in sale I Robliuo Ate.Royal S.ndr. 1S 'SAI.ESMA'e-.s-ith at wa 2 years' 8AoAOl Tl fine eondi- EVRol.Er II2 dour 'sedan. A O : dial 24321.PLYMOVTR34 CERAl'C-SlE-n fi D FL S. EVANS
of $ wbeL real bu. teed u 8t.mtT.. tola
price 0. t.M ploD engineering contestJobber. \1 b" a L f-Peerl t- 101 W Central. $29
GIRL experience not I Ii MUDora. SOO W. CentraLCKEYROLE'r1941
9th
Ave
Information e 0
rU I and users of and Industrial O'Ba.
V-bejs
14 er plastIc
Allmmam. tsDt. Cetn- Garland and Amelia 60 West Ce'ntraL Dial 4321
Painter with A5hrr Peter, Realtor. :Apply Phar '
t
'Annl' I i rubber products. Covering 5 passenger d.bcp. convertible? coupe. pJ de bottle ..*. C } S43340Q
70 E. Cemral2-o7Be. macy.HOME. _ Su Florida from Orlando for ms- CARRADIOS-Just received las Thin e one owner car. New pInt new too. 4 n .Urei.Just ,' rfne.t.. t n. Phone 2-1023 104 West Central. Dial

YEu.n.nt oppor : ECONOMIST work with I rbb company.' Give pa em- shipment *t sf Can be D. in 1 with excellent f.ln' I hearted! $195. J. B.Smith. FoU. S. 92. no W- HeelS Orante. Dial 4771
Pb .
.P
T-C S Close te.Orlando. well ..t.blb. firnu permanent I i eucaUa Cr De. I. stalled while J B & J Service !' msD Priced to'! 3 E RID i Trar Bale 2131 Open Sundays Cor. Garland and Amelia Dial 21023J
Only X.l1 .5OO RetMeOW.Realtors. I have car; apply Salary bonus .D epn Ba 4 Station corner Boene and Jaca>j j ccli at $ S. Evans. 101 W. i j A.. T.mp.Fla Immediatefree 5
128 Grans dial 4147.1 by letter S Box fil> S-6tar. 18- tar. j I son. C'At phone 5296. tee Vann. delivery.


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16 "all' &rtrttnrl-&tsr Orlando,'Florida, March 23, 1947ii i reMoautw program alai iae support I xmroia fc6cn, .* rim: Dallas
____ I posts
nm New SA Leaders .PhilippinesWar of the Hi-Y and Trt-Hi-Y Berry. 30 second, and i
. groups of the State was indicated Charier Phillips. 29 points third.

by George Musson. New Smyrna Other scores: Beecher Horton

Utilities Operating Two InjuredIn Recovery Beach, and Betty Land Orlando. 26; J. Lv Esch 19; J. W. Ward. 17;

To Be Welcomed Giles F. Lewis, president of the Everett Gibson. 17; Oscar Bau-

Related at Y YMCA, presided. wens, 21; W H. Thayer. 18; Hugo
Cedarholm. 19;' Carl Bourne 16,

in 1946 Car CrashMrs. ? Stanton Turner, for 31 years. and Mrs. Catherine Cobb. )7.
Costs Climb Capt. and Mrs E. H. Ferking, chief in charge of YMCA work in The St. Petersburg cluo has a

formerly of 'Columbia, S. C. the Philippines recounted some of I lRl S live I concert planned Monday evening
yesterday 'assumed command of I for the British bowlers with Bert
Although, the, total'' operating' income from the water : Jane WIne 22. of 2902 his experiences during the far Keech included on the program
Salvation Army activities In Orlando and as a prisoner of the Japanese :
and electrical departments of the Orlando Utilities Com- Sanitarium Dr. received. cuts and k succeeding MaJ. and Mrs. to representatives of 10 Florida along with home town talent.

mission increased 12:58 per cent during 18,46 as comparedwith bruises about her face and Rus- H. P. McDonald retired. ,I. peninsula associations: at luncheon Jr! NAVT'RECBUIT AT JAX t l i

1945, overall operating expenses jumped J3.81 per sell David Ayers. 2jl. of 757 Mary- at the Orlando YMCA yesterday.
Lonnie W. aviation ma-
Austin
I The welcome service Lor the Speaking of the Philippines.
cent the annual audit released yesterday showed. land Ave.: Winter Park received I chinists mate third _class. USN.
Turner said that faith
new commander and his wife will courage
Total operating income for the cuts and bruises on the chest I. and vision had not disappeared son of Mrs. Madge S. Austin,1765Indiana ,
be conducted at the Salvation I
year In both departments was iclerc wd 110 arms and legs In a threecara"cc1dent -: Army Citadel at 11 a.m., today from, e islands as result of the !O Ave.. Winter Park is now
listed at $2,122417 against 1885. Leland B Wood et ax to William Becket serving at the assembly and repair jt
uz mtc S10000 at 5:45: p.m. yesterday on. the by MaJ. Ernest Pickering com- I I constant bombing. He reported Views unit t
095. while total were of the U. S. Naval Air Station.
expenses William Neck: ct nx to Leland X Woodet mander of the Florida area. that YMCA work there was pro-
{in
: highway Maitland. according -
$887459 compared ,with. 780154. ax wd S10 Sanford Jacksonville
Harold Y Condict eat to Carlo R An invitation to attend the gressing with efforts being made, By HAROLD ESCH
Broken down the revenue from to Patrolman L. R. Mar- _
Cox, souGeorie welcome service has been extended ,, to aid the 100,000 boys now roaming -, \
the electrical department,was $1.- Slag to W X Fraler ct al wd LAWN
110 chinton of the Florida Highway to the public. The eve- Manila streets as war drphans.' BOWLING Regular ENTIRE STOCK '
703.578 and the water department Stanley I: Warner et to B J Web I Saturday afternoon Draw Tournament
ox
PatroL ning service will be held at 8 I Turner spoke in behalf of theYMCA's
$418,739 against operating expenses mtc $1600 I sponsored for the third RARE & UNUSUAL
Of $670,362 and 217498. J R Howard to Holly Robaoa .ct ax The car driven by Ayers was program for world restoration straight
wd $10.Roy p.m.Capt.. Ferking was in charge of' which will be fostered year by Rutland's, was 11'-1
respectively.Net Powell to Lola X: Spltler eelr going north on Routh 19 on "dead resumed yesterday after several CAMELLIASNOW
$1O Salvation Army work in Colum- between Apr. 14 and the end of
operating Income was calculated wd Helen Mesh Hoover to Leo Spongier .ctx man's curve" opposite Lake Lily CAPT. E. H. FERKING bia the last four years, during 1947. weeks layoff during the visit here

at $1434,458, an increaseof wd $10 when it collided with a car going I which the there was expanded of the British bowlers. With a DRASTICALLY
ROLe to W S Thrasher et ax ira I heads Salvation Army. program The attending organizations accepted number of the members
11.72 per cent: however, expenditures Lucilo H Lott et ear to L Feazol ct axa South driven by Leonard Harold and considerable progress the State goal In the world for their homes leaving ,REDUCED DURING
tret meat for deed 16OOO. I in the North it ;
inch as storm expense made in the Youth Depart-
Sam J Picket affidavit. Lohr 41. of Trailer' Park. St. was decided to call ENDOFSEASONCLEARANCE
interest on bonds' insurance T B Porte, M Mrs Sortie K Grace wd of the impact was so great that of the organization. yesterday's r>Iav1947's
$10 Cloud, and approaching in the the Community Chest and the final.
reducedthe
and bad debts
P 1C Benwar et nx to Johnny M KUins- same direction a truck operatedby the truck was knocked completely In addition to other civic ae- community at large. Rain has interrupted these Sat
net Income to 1173060. ..
ton B et B HsriroT us wd $ct ax to Frank S Brown George Townsend Grow. 25. of off the road and Ayers car was ress Capt. Ferking was eon- Capt. and Mrs. Ferking have urday affairs on several occasions I .

Work In progress as of Dec. 31 ct ax, wd $10 of 1317 S. Douglas Ave., Sanford, !demolished. The other two drivers by Samuel B. Morle, one daughter. Donna Jean. 7, this season so the final scores will N. L. Hasly Jr. I t
was calculated at $985.234 which po Beaa cod 11.C Hanrove to Prank A Brown. .\ Patrolman Marchlnton stated. j were not injured. Patrolman Mar- : : secretary of the Co who will be a pupil at the Delaney i appear lower than in past years.

included payment of $847,000 ,for Cheater B Teed to Earl J Teed wd $1. Damage to' Lohr's car was 1 chinton charged Ayers with reckless Community Chest. for School. Capt. Ferkingtis a mem-" With 52 members participating! 44 L Colonial Dr. Tel. 2.2162
equipment to be used in the pro- A L Yates et nx to Georie Klni wd $10 I '
minor, he continued but the force driving. active interest displayed in ber of the Rotary Club. yesterday the final results were
posed electric plant $90,048 for a William H Waterman e* al eat of lien. t
William H Waterman ct .1 to William .
sub-station\ now being ,installed. Crane et ax am. b
installation of water mains and John O Mans to Kate Caldwell tied S10f ,
A Ruucll eat to .J T Richarda ct axmtc
connections replacement and removal $165O:
of transformers. J T Richard et ax to J A Baud et al

During the year the City of Or- wd James al0. H Flynn et ax to Max WaltenJamea .
lando received $505,000 -while wd 110. '.

$529. 38 was credited to the plant I claims of Bofoway lien Ul to Oabel Com Co '..

and system cash reserve fund to be Max, Walton M James B Plynn ct ..lmt. .

,used In the construction ,of new I William. $3000. H Moncrief0 Junior
power and water plants. Iloncrief ret of contract $1 '
Total assets were listed at $9- J P Holly et ax to J W Weddle wd $18
L J Lanelere et ax to X Reed Whittle
497290. Including a valuation of .t ucod$10.
$6.369,012 on plants and equip- L R Mydeccer to Lake Boldea De Co f
rot $500 1-l !1 1
part mtte i
ment. The electrical plant and barren M Lincoln to L H NydecierC d ,
equipment were valued at $3- 1500.
C C OarletU et BX to Granrffle B Fol-
931.620. the water plant at $2.- sum wd $600
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321.977 and the general plant and Julia K Chapman to Harold A Plane
et ui' apt wd UO. '
equipment at 115414. Robert J Wuliami to Barbara I: WU-

Inasmuch as billing of customers llama T power Hunt of et attorneyL ax to Annie: Mae Jorden f J rl 1 "-

Is staggered throughout wd $10.
Annie L Baden to Lloyd N Lewis ct 1U
the month, customer's accounts .d 1101.
receivable as of Dee. 31 amounted Ira' L. Miracle ct.ux to Wlllard H Wylle
to 77560. et ax, wd $10
Ira Miracle ct ux to Willard B Wylic
The audit showed a total of 57- et ax tied $10
James C and XsteHe Rowe to Flm" Cred
346500 kilowatts generated In and IHT Co mgt $300
1946 as compared. with 50,569,100 John M Hawley ct ax to Xarle I: Emilia:
Jr wd $1O
In 1945. Doss Moore et ax to James W Jimlaon
Water pumped amounted to et ax wd $!0.
James W Jlmisoa ct ax to Doss Moore
98578000 gallons against i mss $2750.Mark .
2514528.000. L Mayer ct .ir to Doss Moore smoeorte .
king to w K rralcy ct al wd
*10. .
Garden
Orange County city of Winter Park cancellation of lien Cluoor
,. Robert Don Siatrunk et al0 et ax to
Fir Fed 8a* and Loan Assn mtc 195OO
Court Records'MAIA Dick Holland et ux to Robert Don Sis-
._LlC.TIONS trunk ct ax, wd $10
C John H Blade et ax to Louis John Stock
Wmiarn Fiord LJnnell. Nar, .O2 Park wd 16OO b y y i 1f
Laka.. and Hssel Jaanlta Smith..22. clerk A P How.U0 Ellen D H Howatt wd
1223 W. Amelia s
Leon Julius Waller. 70. brewerr.' UalU $10Geori.Bias M W .X: Praler et al wd Orlando
lsnd..nd' WMl Ma ArawM Jackaoa.: 3O. 110 131.Carl.
packer M Medved et ux to H L M Consnt
COUNTY JUDOI- COURT
et ax wd $10
Paul Watt Shoemaker, at el.. petition forrdcr JCWietStutoIaShier .1us
confirming. Ml*, eatat of, Samuel A. wd 110. .
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ShoemakerWilliam Clyde Fleming to Gerald X Umstesd .\
OOTSB Sehaler. et .t. petition ax wd $1.Cousins.
far no adnunUtratton. estat Stella Inv Ca to Pairriew Corp wd $10 .
1
Qphaler Mildred R Ray to Charles H. Homer .f y
Winifred Met.alf.seeond annual ntwrt.
ct ax wd $10

.stat of Edward Woolfolk.Harris second UeUalfMartaret annual.. ...- ecu Mary sae.Prank.X. Bartels to Pansy Pox Turner INVITE YOU TO A CONTEST OF V .t '

,port. cstat of VlrtInla. WoolfolkMaraaret L. Brenenstuhl et al to Thesis $ ,
Woolfolk second annual report M ncasieyavrcod$10.C. .
estate of WeolfolkClaude '
Cle r. Kunse ct al to State of PIa sub r }
Bell Oreea Jr et ux to Ply red
Bav and Loan A,. nttc ST345Carrisan enc
C. P. Kunse et ax to Stale of Pla acd
and Boland Inc to Claud. Bell J
Green Jr wd slO $1.John B' Marlow Jr. ct State dna r ,T
Andrew Mel e.1Iers et uxt. Oerald BS1IIIone vx0 f fr
acd $1
e* ax am.
J Thomas Ouraer et ax't* City .( Or- tHUS L. Kirby ct ..10 State of Pla" qcdlt % td'l
lando apt wd tlO $ : fEoweTLIJarranyeuGtit f
Cent Title and Trust Co to Carl IfUedred halter 3. Hammer et 1U0 Harry A. ,
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et ax I Daila et ax wd $10 r.
Webber B Haiaes affidavit I A. L. Dickinson ct al to John Probe r yc ;
Paul Hajne Jr et ax to Uaford J Lar- wd $10.Truly .

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\\\ !: I 'I Civic Music\ Assn. Presents
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w '" fffE Mrs. Clarence Gay Honored By

I _' 'ea a t"t. erg .I Cincinnati Symphony Monday\

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if _._ \ One of the outstanding musical 'I is without mention of his name
.11. By CYNTHIA I personalities in the world today isEugene and works.

Goossens who will conduct Goossens was born in London
Colorful I Tea at Club the Cincinnati Symphony in May 1893. though his ancestry
The phone rang the other entertained for Mrs. Howard's Country Orchestra when it is presentedhere dates back to Belgium but a few
( morning and it was JERRY cousin. LT. COMDR. DAVID A. Monday night at the City generations ago. His musical education -
HAYES, a visitor here from Nash- MARKS of Atlanta. Their apart- r ... Auditorium by the Central Florida began when he was eight
ville, who couldn't resist the impulse ment wasn't large enough for the Civic Music Assn. Mr. Goossenshas years old. at which time his par-
to- tell us about hearing party of 35 or more so they entertained A SCENE AT THE ORLANDO COUNTRY I impressed himself as an artist ents sent him to Belgium to begin

younRESY YOUNG on the chil- ] at the spacious colonial CLUB: Mrs. Robert Carleton seated at the* conductor and composer upon the his studies at the Conservatoryof
dren's birthday party radio hour. home of Burwell's parents, pages of contemporary history.No Bruges. From there he went
Miss Hayes is a speech teacher MARIE and JULIAN HOWARD. tea table, and standing beside her are Mrs. treatise on present-day music to Liverpool and studied piano
so her praise bears the stamp of I violin and composition and won
authority. She docsnt wen Clarence Gay and Mrs. J. Thomas Gurney. medals in all three branches of
know the youngster but said The, Miss his art. At 18 He was violinist
t- Tve never heard a child of five Phyllis Clapp Mrs. Gurney and Mrs. Carleton were co- a r Enright I in the Queen's Hall Orchestra in

'say a piece' with such expression. v London. under Sir Henry Wood,
Later in the week she was in a Becomes Bride hostesses Friday, entertaining for Mrs. Gay, Becomes :Bride remaining there four years. It1ras

drug store and overheard a coupleof who spending this week in Orlando. She ?" at that time that he beganto
women discussing his radio compose seriously. He..u
appearance so she called us to Of Mr. OrrThe has been in Tallahassee the last several' At Chapel graduated from the Royal College
tell about him. Yesterday we I of Music. London in 1911.
had a visit with the young lad and 1 marriage of Miss Phyllis months with Mr. 'Gay since his appointment The Knowles Memorial Chapel To Sir Thomas Beecham is due
he recited the little verse that the credit for discovering his talent -
began "1 wish I was a little rock Clapp to Bernard C. Orr took place as State Comptroller. Rollins College,"was the scene of as a conductor. He called up-
a-sittin on a hill," and really he March 15 at the First Methodist e. as the wedding Friday .night when on him in an emergency to con-

IS good! He has a beguiling Church at 4 pjn with the Rev. Miss Ruth Enright, daughter of duct an opera of Stanford-"The
Southern accent and he is as nat- Robert Blackburn officiating. The Mrs. G. Crofton Enright of this Critic." It..as so successful that
ural as Huck Finn. He's tow- Mr. Goossens was engaged permanently -
headed and blue eyed. A regular program of nuptial music was city and the late Dr. Enright, as a member of Beech-

charmer. given by Pauline Tiller, organist. prominent physician of Yonkers am's opera company, with which
o r> n Given in marriage by Cecil T. N. Y., became the bride of Capt. he remained for eight years serv-

Among the many T1.Sitors'In Bolton brother-in-law of the 9 i 3 Emery A. Bencini 2d, U. S. Army. ing as Beecham's assistant.
town at present are MR. and Vv During these years he also directed -
MRS. EUGENE SCHUMAN, of bridegroom, the bride wore a two- ?fit :\ ; son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. the Haendel Society in

Latrobe Pa- who are houseguestsof j piece suit of white wool gabardine.Her Bencini of High Point, N. C. Arrangements London and the Royal Choral Society -

MR. and MRS. HARRY. hat was of pink and white of white gladoli and the largest choral group in
BENNETT of Winter Park.They'll I England. He was guest conductor
lillies the
roses and she carried a white graced chapel l. and
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also visit friends in Or- h of the Liverpool Philharmonic
lando. DR. and MRS. FRED E, I prayer book with shower of white lighted candles in candelabra. Orchestra and Choir and the
MYERS have houseguests at'their I ribbons and white sweetpeas. Cen- with palms in the background, Three Choirs Festival at Glou-

,home 508 E. Washington. They tering the prayer book was a corsage ;. completed the setting. cester Cathedral where he directed -

are MR. and MRS. POWELL of pink and white roses. 4 e a: MaJ. T. E. Adams chaplain at his own work "Silence at
SUMMERS and DR. and MRS. its premiere performance.From .
HOWARD VON DAHM. Both Mrs. Gwen Starr was the bride's the Orlando Army Air Base performed 1919 to 1923 he was selected -
couples are here from Lake City. only attendant. She chose a two- .' ,. ,,eyW the ceremony and the by the great Diaghileff to
o o o piece suit of black wool gabardinewith program of nuptial music was conduct each of the London seasons -
During their visit here MR. and half-hat of pale pink with rendered by Dr. Herman Siewert of the noted Ballet Russe.
MRS. E. G. ERDMAN and MR. I matching veiling. She carried an : So successful was he that Diag-
and MRS. A. D. SAUERS of Mil- old-fashioned nosegay of pale > p chapel organist. hileff also asked him to conductthe
waukee are managing to see mostof I pink carnations centered with pur- The bride chose a brocadedlace brilliant ballet seasons in Bar-
Florida. They have their head, ple iris. Dickson Brossier acted as err; ; gown fashioned with high celona during these years.
quarters at the Orange Court andeweekend best man. round neckline, long 'sleeves end- .. In 1921 Goossens founded his
they and the Erd- Mrs. Gertrude Orr mother of : ing in a point over each wrist, own orchestra which he devcted

I daughter-in-law, the bridegroom, wore a pale blue and pleated skirt with side cas- to concerts of contemporary::
[DUNCANI.ERD- two-piece suit with white accessories : YA' cade drapes which ended in a music. At this time his interpre-
MAN. are spending in Miami'and and corsage of pale pink k long train. Her headdress was of tations of his own works as wellas
will return the first of the week. carnations. gardenias, and she carried a those of his contemporaries, attracted -
non o Following the wedding a recep- "' ev bridal bouquet of gardenias centered the attention of the en-
Last weekend DR. and MRS. .. je with green orchids. tire musical world.
tion was held at the home of the Lei, I
ALLAN JONES spent in Miami bridegroom's sister Mrs. James : ..s: The matron of honor: Mrs. Edward I I When Goossens came to Amer
visiting their old friends; the Locke Williams Jr. ,F.: McGhee wore an ice lea in J 923, to assume the leadership -
:HOWARD DALTONS of New I I blue satin gown, fashioned with of the Rochester Philharmonic -
-Hampshire, who are Wintering large cowl neckline, long sleeves Orchestra his reputation
at the Flamingo HoteL Dr.Jones I I Two Hostesses and fitted bodice from which fella had preceded him to these shores.
returned to Orlando after I long full skirt. Her headdresswas He has as a result been in ever
the weekend but Norma remained of pink roses, as was her increasing demand as a guest
until Thursday night. Planning Tea '4's' colonial bouquet.The I 1 conductor and has been invited

In time to come home to greet her a; krfi R bridesmaids, the Misses by all major orchestras of the
pretty dark-eyed daughter; Darleen Millard. Elaine Rounds United States to appear with
TRISH. who is here for Spring MondayOutstanding ..3a;;, M'x :Q?bi and Eleanor Taylor and Mrs. Clif- them.In .
holidays from Tallahassee. Ac- ton Hinkel. wore gowns in pastel I 1931 when the position of
tually to greet her and to tell her among the events \ shades of mousseline de.sole lash- conductor of the Cincinnati Orchestra -
good-bye again for Irish left almost for the coming week is the tea tomorrow \ *; ,1 ioned identically; with sweetheart became vacant, it was
immediately for Gainesvilleto afternoon when Mrs. Wal- L necklines. fitted bodices and full offered to Mr. Goossens. and lie
attend the annual 'Ya 6 skirts. Their headdresses I accepted. He has
Military : S :iaSoQk > 'dP. were been its musical
ter C. Bass and Mrs. K. Sheldon
Ban-this weekend at Gainesville.. a .A" pastel shades of Scrincr flowers director and conductor ever since::
entertain. -
Johnson -
She and BARBARA JEAN.MORGAN the and their nosegays. were of Spring He has been serving also as director -
went up together, Trish on Sorosis The affair House is and being held at of Rosalind ClubThursday Invitation Art Show Planned Tea flowers. of Cincinnati's famous bien-
BILL BRYAN'S bid and Barbara one .group Large The bride's mother was attired nial May: Festivals '
is invited from 4 to 5 o'clockand ,
guests
in black
Jean on BOB POAGUE'S bid. a meta lie cloth dress ,
Both lads are Phi Delta. Bob another from 5 to 6 p.m. Tea At Morse\ Gallery in AprilA Gala with sequin trimming and she wore
is from Tampa. Phi Delt ED Bridge Spring an orchid corsage. The bride Alpha Gains
HARDMAN'S bid for groom's mother ,,
the weekendis I chose a blue crepe
BOBBIE Af r. Gerard selection of paintings from decorative values of Jeanette gown, and her corsage was also
LANE.n I
I the Spring Exhibition of the Or- Genius and the tradition and I Gathering an orchid. The bridegroom' Entertain
Besides making all that money i Wilt lando Art Assn. will be chosen dignity of Eugene Coleman's "Mrs. grandmother Mrs. Emery A. Ben
be of
The bridge tea will Inaugurating a season Spring
for city-beautification around MarryMiss weekly soon by a designated jury to be Maurice Rotival." The Center tint, wore a black crepe gown and
public buildings, the Winter Park held Thursday afternoon at the I on display at an Invitation Showat Street Gallery group contributedthe social events was the festive tea) a corsage of gardenias: With Tea

Garden Club certainly gave aeat Rosalind Club with bridge at 3 the Morse Gallery in Winter very modern pieces of LeonardI given Friday at the Orlando I k Robert E. Bencini Jr..
deal of pleasure to hun- Johnson p.m., and tea guests'are invited Park late in April. I I I I Dyer and Martin Dibner one of Country Club, which was profusely j I Idecoratl'd of the bridegroom served as best | Members of the Alpha Gamma
of people with this year's I This large and representative Donald Greason's characteristic man. Ushers included Lt. E. B. Delta Sorority Alumnae Club entertained -
with of
Tours which ended in a Mr. and Mrs. Hiram S. Johnson for 4:30: p.m. 'collection seen by hundreds of impressions of "Koussevitsky at masses Spring SievwriBht. Capt. H. L. Minton with a tea yesterday at
blaze of glory on Friday. of Davenport are announcing the Mrs. J. C. Otey is chairman-of Winter visitors and residents of Tanglewood. Mrs. C. D. Moon's flowers for the occasion given by Capt. Edward F. McGhee and Lt.; the Rosemarie Tea Room in Win-
Mrs.
T. Carleton and
Mrs. Robert
While all the afternoons were engagement of their daughter the hospitality committee and Orlando last week at Yowell- open air "Longboat Key," and Victoria -- James P. O'Callahan. ter Park, honoring Alpha Gamma
Thomas Honor
lovely affairs and the weatherman Vivian Ruth to Thomas Johnson included both the I.J. Gurney. guest Following the Delta active members who
others on that committee include Drew-Ivey's. Hutson Huntley's superlative Mrs. Clarence who is ceremony a reception are
Gay
didn't make.lt necessary to Gerard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tur- work of Art Assn. members and lithograph "Cyclamen. Winter II was held at the Officers'Club. home from college for the Spring
of pin Gerard Jr. of Haines City. The Mrs. Parker Enwright vies chairman I I now making her home in Talla- Orlando
postpone any the tours (although guest artists. Park also sent Mrs. Marshall Army Air Base, holidays and mothers of alumnae
.scared 'the gals half to I wedding will be an event of Thurs- and the Mmes. Jerry Ruble From Winter Park came the Clark's appealing childhood study, hassee where Mr. Gay is State where the bride's table held a members in'Orlando.Honorees .

death several times], the,wind-up I day afternoon. April 24, and will i I Harold Krebs John McPherson, sunlit serenity of Newton Merrill's "Little Artist," three water-colors\i Comptroller. at the door three-tiered cake and arrangements !: included the Mmes. D.
was the most unusual of'all.. It take place at St. Mark's Episcopal Receiving guests of pink: C.
"Mexico. the singing harmony of I carnations. The McCall. Wade Mole. D. L. Dudley -
Jacobs Marshall Mallory
was devoted to Maitland with the I Church in Haines City, with the Horace 3d I I I I were Mrs. William M. Davis, in a main lounge of the club
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Hugh McKean's "AUbade." the [Continued On Pace 22; CoL 3] I was decorated Ren Galbraith C. F. PhIpps
Research Studio and the Fownes Rev. Barclay Johnson officiating.The Joseph Beard, Julian Pace I I black and white medallion print with Spring flowers for Misses Betty Dot Galbraith and
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estates.At I' bride-elect is a graduate of O. Beverly McEwan and the Misses dress and Mrs. Hudson McRey- the occasion. Assisting Mrs. En- Margaret Phipps.
the Research Studio the the Haines City High School and Jean Yothers Sara Layton and nolds who wore a becoming after- right in serving the guests were Alumnae serving as hostesseswere
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flowers [Inside and out) divided attended Florida State College for noon gown of rose crepe. Presid- the Mmes. Carl Johannson. Elsie the Mmes. Paul
honors with some of CAPT.. ANDRE Women, where she was a major in I Mary Helen Jacobs. I ing at the tea table were the Rounds and Helen Buffington. ard Gregory, Charles Dixon. Rich-
: SMITH'S most unusual! commercial science. For the past I Mmes. Ruth Edwards. R. S. Salter, The couple left on a wedding Joe Pant, Don McCoung.
paintings [which will be on dis year she has been employed in a Country Club Plans D. A. Layton and Rodolphus trip to Texas and Mexico and on Whittaker, Claude Mitchem Allen Heskin
play the rest of this month In clerical capacity with the Holly '' Keene. ,,returning will reside in this city. Whittaker C. D.
Walter
that long gallery down the side Hill Fruit Products Inc. in DavenI ISPri ,g'Dat'ce2Uar.. 29 Others assisting included Mrs. Capt. Bencini is at present sta Davis. H. L. Kimble L. P.
Hart.
there were flower arrangements I I port. ." # Silas Trumbo. who returned Friday tioned at the OAAB with the and E. H. Allen Jr..
In the twelve niches, each on I, Mr. Gerard graduated from thee I Highlighting 0 social events for! ', ; from Cuba, and Mmes. Her- Medical Corps.Outoftown. Land.the Mel Misses Janet Rogers Kit
done by a prize-winner from th Haines City High School where I the coming weekend is the Spring bert, Bargeon J. Walter Hall guests for the OTJell. Mary Nell Mc-
Fadden. Owen
Flower Show ,the week before. I he was active in athletics. He dance tp be held-Saturday nightat Harry Reppard Leonard BarUum. wedding included Mr. and Mrs. Arnold. Pace, and Kitty
Some were very elaborate but one j served with the U. S. Marine Corps the Orlando Country Club. I John Freeman Harry P. Leu. V. Robert Bencini. Mrs. Emery A..
that was simplicity itself and drew for more than two years, and after W. Estes. Charles Collins. CharmesM. Bencini. Robert E. Bencrai Jr..
a great deal of attention was the j his discharge from the service attended Dancing will be from 10 untiL Goodman. Robert Wetherell.I I William Bencini. and Mrs. Harold) Heist
arrangement by GLADYS TRIS- ( Florida Southern College 1 o'clockith Stewart Martin's I Whitney Spiegel. Raymond Rey- Egbert Headen. all of High Point. Gay
MEN. It consisted of a backAfrand .. \'at Lakeland. At present he is connected orchestra furnishing music. I nolds, Henry Hall and Miss Jessie\,I N. C.: and Mr. and Mrs. R. B.
of sword-ferns teach with, Johnson. I I i Walker of Miami.
with Republic Pictures I Celebrates
VUny folded bud at the top and This affair is planned for club
In front of this "screen"was a Corp. in Tampa. members only. .
bunch of brown-eyed Susans.Very -Ie I
effective in a low. flat dish and Birthday
each of the fern-fronds was I '."
moored to an up-right position Gay Heist, daughter of Mr. and
by a tiny bit of blue-something Mrs. John A. Heist, celebrated her

might have been plaster-of- fM1y'n a. fourth birthday Saturday after-
paris] and at the side was'a deli- a noon when Mrs. Heist entertaineda
cately-poised deer.
The azaleas in the Studio Gar- group of the very young set at
dens were lovely and of course a a party at their home in Lak
the beautiful gardenchapelacross Jem.
the road from the Studios Included in the list of guests
came in for much pleased atten- were Ken Melrose. fickle Kenney.
tion. Incidentally if you-ve never Carol Edgerton. Bonnie Edgerton.
visited the Studios and the Gar- Paige Edgerton. Judy Graves
den Chapel you have something r Johnny Berteau. Barbara and
to look forward to and certainly -i. Jerri Carmody. Leland Park. Judy
J Jae'
mustn't miss them. eaac Anderson. Jimmy Crandall. Kathy
The Fownes estate of. course isalways Land. Anne Edwards Shane and

a delight and although the __ >Bert Connelly and Ben Thomal.
rose garden wasnt in full bloom 4
I a freeze-casualtyj. there were I
some gorgeous specimens there BOlVellWeeks
and the view is magnificent. And It
t that brilliantly-colored: parrot In ',
""is. cage took it all in with a cyni- .. Engagement
J eye and chuckled compan- : J 1e
"ionably at those who came up to "
admire him. ss AnnouncedMrs.
n n

Congratulations n'I: I James Thomas Bowen of
HILL who leaves 'n4l Chipley Fla. is announcing the
than. Ala. w here engagement of her daughter Miss
asked to put on a one-woman art J Josephine McCrary Bowen to
show. Mrs. Hill signs her por- MISS MARILYN MOONEY Thomas Allen Weeks J.;', of Or-
traits "Aileen Fraser," using her J marries this Spring. c1l / lando. The wedding date has been
maiden name, and in addition to set for May 27, and the ceremony
showing her work she has been I a will be held at the Chipley Meth-
commissioned to do several por- I' odist Church.
traits while in Dothjou She plans rilyn Mooneyes Betrothal Miss Bowen graduated from the
to be away for about a month. Washington County High Schoolin
o o o ,' .
BETTY JEAN 'HUEY had" a> \\To HoivardR.Lott Announced y.f.. Florida Chipley State, and College has for attended Women

wonderful visit here with her par I and the University of Florida. For
ents. MR. and MRS ROBERT Mr. and Mrs. John Francis School of Nursing March 6. the ,
past two years she has been
HUEY. arriving'here in November Mooney of Merritt Park announce t Mr. LoU served in the engineering I in
I teaching the Cottondale schools
and returning just the other u 1e + the engagement of their daughter' division of*the U. S. Navy.for Cottondale Fla. .
day to her home in Philadelphia. Marilyn Alyce to Howard R. Lott' three and a half years in the Mr. Weeks '
graduated from the,
o o o L son of Mrs. Vera F. Lott and Howard Pacific Theater and is now associated Bedford '
I High School. Bedford.
One of the pleasantest gather- H. Lott of Orlando. in business with his Ohio. He served for bpi In
ings of the .." kf'ndas the cock- Miss Mooney attended Florida!' father at the Orlando Armature' years
the U. 8. and
Army, since return-
MISS VIVIAN RUTH JOHNSON
MISS JOSEPHINE M'CRARY BOWEN
afternoon
tail party yesterday State for Women and
College Works. The wedding will taIt.eplace ing has been connected with the*
when, the BURWELL HOWARDS plans April wedding graduated from Orange Memorial J in the late Spring. sets May wedding date. Western Electric Co.of Orlando.t'1If .



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Musicale Set Girl Scout to-and abo\it efA11Jvf1'7tMir1a I Parish Council Schedule Set

Monday at .Club .
The schedule this week at the Size not Age
PARK A most Leaders PlalzfOver11ight' Holds JOur JOur y
WINTER MeetingThe Episcopal Church: of St. Luke is ; -
unique and delightful musicale Is I
r planned for tomorrow at 4 pm @ first organizational meeting as follows:
t at the Woman's Club for the benefit \ of the Parish Council of the!I DAILY-7:30 am. The Holy is the full figure t test ; '

of the welfare work of the Cathedral Church of St. Luke was Communion [except Thursdays at
Women's Alliance of the Unitarian Girl Scout leaders win be the By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor. I II held this week at the chapter 10 am.l; 12 noon Intercessionsand
Church. guests of Delmar "Radio Nick"I'Nicholson. I house with 100 per cent representation -
and 5
The program ranges from music at his"Idle Bay Isle Re-j[I / VAN BUREN CLEVELAND, dean of women at Rollins Col- from all the organizations;: Litany; pm. Evening
of the 12th to the 18th Centuriesand MARIAN of the cathedral present. Prayer [except Saturda's1.MONDAY .
will represent the college at the meeting of the National
will conclude some rarely treat for a "Leaders" Overnight"Friday The Parish Council is nucleus 1 I 3 Woman's
I a pm. Forget year it*. Jut trueR
and Saturday March 28- Assn. of Deans of Women to be held in Columbus. Ohio. March 28''
heard songs by Bach with recorder of elected representatives of the Auxiliary regular monthly educational
obligate. Purcell. Croft. Woodcockand 29.Since through 31. Tills meeting. the first national one since 1941. is being various organizations of the meeting at the Chapter e B designer to eto a

others who are mere names Girl Scouts cannot go on held jointly with the Council of : cathedral worEing as a team in House: 7 pm. Choir boys rehearsal transformation oa your .

In history will be heard in worksof an overnight trip without a Guidance and Personnel Assns. bringing information to their par- : 7:30 pm. Boy Scouts sue. Rant + -
the pre-Bach period. There will qualified adult'camper, a leader I and a tremendous attendance is ticular groups as to the needs of Troop 33.TUESLIAY. slimmer looking
be a delightful sonata composedby must be certified to take an inter- expected. I growth and expansion of the j I [Annunciation of waist and kip T A

Handel for the recorder and a mediate or senior troop on a over-_> Among the current problemson cathedral properties. The immediate B.V.M.1-10 am. The Holy Com- younger accent: in the bra! Nr- s
keyboard instrument.Mrs. I night trip. iI j project presented at this time
which Dean Cleveland will be munion; 3 pm. Junior Choir rehearsal -
Percy Boynton will play I Transportation will be provided 'I alled upon to voice her opinionin is the need of a new parish house ; 3:30 p-in. Children's confirmation Have yourself filled U a S i
.
the rarely-seen recorder: Bernard by callling Mrs. 0.1. Hagar since i in accordance with plans and instruction class with Stylish Stout. Then go e N m
violin I the leaders will go in cars then i the discussions are housing, !
Friedman will play the ; ; .specifications as originally drawn r
Dorothea DoolIng the cello: and I the group will be taken across by vocational guidance and post-'ar up by Phillip Frohman. architectfor I L Canon School. Gumm at the Cathedral shopping for more youthful '

i Mrs. Arthur Cone the piano. Mrs. barge< to the island. conditions in education. I the National Cathedral at t clothes. Year new silhouettewill !
t Charles Hammond will sing. The I The leaders will meet at the o o o and I WEDNESDAY-11:00: am. Park
Washington suggested ways
tale
them.
is Invited. Girl Scout Little House at 9:45 OF DEAN CLEVELAND Lake Guild at Chapter House for
public t
] and means was discussed at some ]
I am. on Friday, and will leave MANY/ sewing: 6:30: pm. Cathedral kl
at Rollins have length. It has been decided to
promptly at 10 am. Or. a leader! I Men's Club regular monthly sup Sites 36 to SOStylish'
tart a fund to be known as "The
to their homes to the
gone
orj meeting at Parish House 7.30
may come at 4 pm. on Friday j per ; i
New Parish House Fund.
I. at 9:30 pm. Friday. and return beaches and resorts this week as pm.. Full Cathedral Choir re-
k )
I- New officers of the Parish Council -
Whistling I home at 10:30: ajn. Saturday.I Spring holidays for Rollins students hearsal. x
is announced as follows: president I
; Other information may be obtained started Thursday afternoon. Fred D. Frey: vice-president. THURSDAY-9:40 am" Tnter-
the Girl Scout office. Classes will be resumed Monday The
Oyster' by calling Mrs. M. S. Tichenor; secretary. cessions; 10 am. Holy Com-
I March 31. Arthur M. Melrose. Various com- munion; 8 pan. Lenten Evening
I III I
Cherokee Glee Club 000MR. mittees were formed including a Service with Bishop Louttit

Notes AND MRS. GEORGE C. "Church Fair" with Mrs. Mark L. preaching on "Teachings of the
first Presenting Operetta \ KEISER were hosts at their Fleming. Mrs. James G. Hartley I Church." This series will run i;

II The Cherokee >Junior High home. Via Lugano Winter Park George Painter and Mrs. Amy Wil- through April 3rd on Thursday

Wouldn't You School Ninth Grade Glee Club is at a reception Friday night following son; "Pence Cans"' with Charles A. nights and Men's is sponsored Club.I by the
Think I presenting an operetta. "Jerry of MARIAN CLEVELAND Meyer. Mrs. R. Waldo Lord. and Cathedral
Really the concert given by the
i Jericho Road." Thursday at 8 pm.I I Miss Artemesia Demopoulos; "By-I I f FRIDAY-3:30: p.m. Cub Scouts;
r that, when Orlando has a cloudburst I at the school auditorium. Miss -. to discuss problems Symphony Society of Central Laws" with Harry G. A. Bates.! pm.. Children's Lenten Service .1 S Stout
r people would stay home Mildred Gibb, music, supervisor Florida featuring world-renowned baritone Lawrence Tibbett. The Mrs. M. S. Tichenor. Arthur M. [t. in the Cathedral for all chil- i I "mthontby'f.R
nice and dry? But no. last week will direct the event., guests included director.of the society and their guests, and a number Melrose. and Fred D. Frey: dren followed later by instruction

when everyone was nearly Those taking leading parts will 1 I of people ,who have been outstanding In promoting the work of "Church Calendar" with Canon 1 and illustrated slides on "Life ofthe the shadowof
drowned. The Whistling Oysterwas I be Ann Holbrook. Virginia Morton this'group to re-activate the Symphony Society Orchestra. Robert K. Gumm and B. Felton Lord Jesus" in the Parish
as busy as ever. Up they June McKinney.. Sara Nell O O O Sargent serving. The next meet- House; 7:30 pm.. Full Cathedral '
came from Mountain Lake, over McLelland. Frances Roberts NEW DIRECTOR of the cosmetic department at Dickson and ing of the Parish Council scheduled Choir rehearsal. a stout"Alt.
they came from Daytona Beachon Thomas Pulslfer Jimmy Hale. THE in to be held on Monday at 8 SATURDAY:3 am. Junior
,: Co. is Vera Callahan. a lady who has had vide experience
[ their way to Palm Beach Bob Melrose. Dale Mikell. Roy' p.m. in the Chapter House. acolytes serving in the Sunday J
of all things]. Added to our Lewis and Bill Woodkng. A chorusof I cosmetics and beauty preparations. Vera has been associated with School service will meet with

Winter Park and Orlando customers 150 students will also take part. Levy's in Jacksonville for the past Ives-H artlin Class Canon Gumm in the Cathedral; 7
,this made quite a crowd. five years. Prior to going to to 7.30: One of the clergy will
pm.
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Y OUT
HUNS Jot for si Mf
"What's ? A Sale?" resided in Orlando Set Cairo
going on a Jacksonville she Supper TuesdayThe be in the Chapel for spiritualcounsel j

newcomer asked. T and will be remembered Ives-Hardin Class of the and absolution.

It's just that interesting new I here by former classmates at OrLando First Presbyterian Church will I

things 'arrive every day. New Senior High School. hold its regular monthly covered supper arrangements will includethe vJ.I
cravats new lamps, new furniture I o o ,o dish supper in the church dining Mmes. L. C. Tenney. chairman Corset Salon I II
new stationery newjewelry OF ORLANDO Delta hall Tuesday at 6 pjn.. after ; A. L. Barber. Frank Koeg- .M1
new Easter toys.A MEMBERS Alliance who attended which installation of officers for stra. George Hodgkinson Emily Second Floor iJJ< "n
pare the next two years will be held. Staples, R. M. I>unaan. Daniel J J',
Tri Delta State Day yesterday
Cbarmlni"Eaater Gift I Mrs. M. O. Pierson. president Upton and Miss Frances John I
in Miami were the Mmes. will preside at the business meeting -
is the miniature pill box that !On.wii r,Ward Matthews. Clifford Haugh- son.Members should brine their All
fittings by graduate coriatlere
really is a tiny party compact ton. Henry Hancock. Leroy Ray The committee in charge of the own service. ,
with mirror large
a just enough and Henry Meiner.
to see the tip of a shiny nose. .
R o !'d
This State day was the first
These are ,3. 0 with a few
jewelled ones at $940 tax in held since 1940, and headquarterswere
cluded. The new Easter handkerchiefs fit. HCAI THE NEW | at the Venetian Hotel in Miami

are not expensive and i .- Featured on the day's

very nice.Straw Hat Boxes I .Maqnavox | I agenda of were alliances talks on, active the achievements chap 'V We proudly present two beautiful unusual shoes-

From Italy I.eli.i 9 Pb.a.gtatrbCOOPER'S || ters alumnae clubs and discus- t ," -
lion of the college quota systemfor
arrived this week after months sororities. Evelyn V. Haines. .
of waiting. Just a few in two a representative from the Na- VERA CALLAHAN

sizes. Gay and useful at any cosmetic head.
tional office was guest speaker new I
If time but perhaps especially .,....,. ."". .
Music Store -
r' good on a plane. MADE IN
W. W. WATSON of 125 Lucerne Cir. has as her guests Mr. .

Wt are closed on Saturday 20 W. Church St. MRS. Mrs. K. S. Duncan of Kansas City who arrived Thursday to i iBY : -:

afternoons. Phone 4652 spend a week Mrs. Kenneth Earth left yesterday to join her husband zee -

Joy Hawley Helen Ryan I in Harrisburg Pa. Betty Ward is home for Spring Holidays .. ". .
from Stetson University. DeLand Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mersman i. r' '
Located) on the patio reached have returned to Celina, Ohio, after spending the Winter season at the '--' .

: from 120 N. Orange and r Highland Lake Apts. Lt. and Mrs. Ray Arnsdorff, who are now residing !:::
35 W. Washington .
C in Schweinfurt. Germany where he is stationed are on a sight .r

seeing tour of France and Switzerland Mrs. Arnsdorff. the former t.. :
Shirley Whitton. writes to her mother. Mrs. Ellen Whitton. Mrs.E. .
r .ot."
r11
P. Luke has returned to her home in Hampton Va.. after a visit

l here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.Leslie Turner and family. ':"" -" ."
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ir In St. Cloud on MondayPlay

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The Orlando.Deanery of the St. Finest Quality ', '
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, I Duke Ellington Augustine Diocesan Council, Na-

tional Council of Catholic Women

of which Mrs. W. A. Bishop of Or-

HereOn lando is president will convene for Masterfully crafted . .
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the semi-annual meeting on Mon

Saturday day at St. Cloud.

The Rev. Father Joseph Barry
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Duke Ellington and his world
famous orchestra who will play pastor of Holy Redeemer Parish

for a public dance March 29 from Kissimmee, and of St. Thomas'.

9 p.m. to 1 am. at the Coliseum St. Cloud will be the host to the
finds his favor not only In students '
with the
deanery delegates St.
of music, lovers of jazz and I'
I Thomas Catholic Women's Club.
tt intellectuals who read inner meanings

into his music, put also to :
a wide general public ranging McKeown.I I I 1 I
from bobby-soxers to adults who Lakes Parish in Eustis. will be the

have grown up to an accompaniment I(I guest speaker at the luncheon. s 17tF ,:.: 'r, .y rr..iaIs : .'Z t
r r'Y y"
of Ellington's successful !,I Spiritual director for the Diocesan
melodies heard on phonographs. NCCW. the Rt. Rev. Mnsgr. P. J.

radios in theaters night clubs and / McGill of Lakeland, will celebratethe
at concerts. I I Mass at 9 am. in St. Thomas'

When Ellington made his first Church to open the Deanery; pro
concert at Carnegie Hall in 1943 gram.

Navy tpnng's', his program was comprised entire I I Mrs. Leo LaBelle. Diocesan

favorite color, ly of his own compositions and NCCW president will be present
was so veil received that this con- from Hollywood. There will be
xqutsitely tailored t cert was repeated in key cities of I!I I election of officers at this meeting -

by Jdblow with America. Recently the versatile with Mrs. Carl Erne of Orlando -
fiat braid detail musician fulfilled a long-time
chairman of the nominating -
promise to compose a jazz opera.I committee.

Beggars Holiday" for the Broad Mrs. E. H. Ford. president of the Ttf : .-
way stage. Included in the 25 songs St. Thomas Catholic Woman'sClub : : :
Jtf for the show are "Take It Easy. I of /'i
I II St. Cloud is receiving
I "When Tomorrow I Walk With"You. and i I reservations for the luncheon.All .
Mountain. : ladies of the St. James
: In Europe, before the when'
'il war. parish planning to attend the THE PRISCILLA
the orchestra made several triumphant -
Deanery meeting are requested to
tours critics there nominated -'
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Mrs. y
James chair-
phone Halstead
Duke Ellington's music and man of transportation. Cars will .i_, rA' All white doe skin with

Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse as leave from St. James at 8 am. tr.'. :r low dressy heeL
the two original art forms which Monday.
have emanated from this country.For 28.95
The order of business will be as
more than a decade Elling follows: r i' 'v .
ton's group has ranked among the CaU the mecUnf to order-Mn. W. A.
jo T? d stint i first ten in every band poll ever BUbop Prraldent Orlando. Fla.
f -.t !
conducted, and in 1947 they walked III.ocaUou-Kllr. P. J. MeOW, Moderator. THE BILBAO A. ; '-f)r.- ,-, .

away with the top awards, of Fltdi of aUnlaDee to the Lakeland n.i- na. '" ._Tfr, '-" .
the music industry. Xaurt AMtmbly '. White doe skin with brown
Pledi of Lcclon of
DectteyxnNre AHemb17 ,; '_ calf trim and high heeL ", f '* ....';'-: .. -
Hytaa "Come Holy .
OhottXntirv: AHembll'Welcome '''' 28.95' -
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eddreH _ReY. Joe BlmInUOdllctJoaa ", ':"' : ': '
Klulmme. Fl' .'
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CENTRAL FLORIDA CIVIC MUSIC Minute ofbe test Dt nery Officer .
ASSOCIATION meetini lira. Jo* I ;"- '(
Stan Sect,.. Xuiu Fl*. t\
Minute of Deanrrr Motrd :;
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Mr'. Joe Elan. aecty, Eiutk*. PI*.. ,
TrcMnrer* reporf -Mr*. K: H. Port
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NOTICE Roll call of See ortaniuUon lest attached at 8t f ill teoU-P1." --.1:; Wear a pair of these fine shoes and you'll experience that wonderful :" -

Report of Standinc Committee. ,
Red Croc etc. &r< hat attached. --
Presidents report -Mr. w. A. a.a .. I _

1947-48 membership renewals are protected through Round Information table ducuMionr on Catholic Orlando Book Claba*> feeling' "pride of possession"! .

Mr. Cha. U Ruprn.Adrantace :

Monday, March 24th, only. New member applicants of Good Winter Mr Uteratve*. M Park". ....tftlll.PIa." ., '...
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will then be Mrs. Tboa. a. Xnlllh& .. '
accepted equally with renewals until Diocnan President nwssase Orlando... "*" Q" "" "

Mrs. Leo LI ,U.. Hollywood. Fla L F
Moderator addres*-Rt. Rev Mscr P. j: I Al '
vacancies are filled. Remit to Civic Music Assn. 314 I McOill. Lakriaad. St. '''cuUDe. Pirn : .
New bu........ letter taesramsm etc. .
Report of noBuaatifli .eoounitt_ =Exclusive in Orlando with us. iCl/
Mrs Cart EnI.oe. Orla.do P1a.
E. EIooeUc" of offlce.--: Shoe Salon Street Floor

Livingston."v God CJoam&Bless Prayer America_ 1oInan.Entire WID. asembty Mutl.uz .....
Daytona Beach Plm.
Lnncheon at on. 'clock, j I
At Ceir.manny Enue. 6t. Clond
Luncheon Eceaktr_&.r. J. p MeKaown.Fla..
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:r" Audubon Miss Byrd .
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4 Screen Tour Plans Wedding .
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4. ;I*: Set Saturday :( This Month\ I ) k4 II"'

The second of the popular screen Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Byrd of .o

A tours being sponsored by the Plymouth are announcing the engagement .I
4 Audubon Society will be held Sat- of their daughter. Al-

&, crday at .8:15 pm. at Sorosis dora to Capt. Milton H. Beck-
Bouse and will.feature the showing worth. UJS.Aof Lyons Ga. EASTER X.,
;:, of "Our Heritage inline Rockti -
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lei" superb all-color motion pictures ..... Miss Byrd graduated from the '
..... Apopka High School and has
_ unfolding the remarkable ;';;i'.f' ., H.::(:: been employed by the Plymouth
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story of the Rockies. Karl H. Mas- -)0. MILLINERY \
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\. Citrus Growers Assn. for the past
lowski keen naturalist and lecturer :;
,f + 21? years. Capt. Beckworth served
.will be present tot .
photographer Y
er ,:: :::: .:" .......: :' + ;.4# for 3& years in the Pacific Theater -
;, aerve as Interpreter and is now on leave awaiting '
f.This: out-of-doors film is the
MOODS
reassignment.The -,..
r result of two seasons filming In ;
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Yellowstone National Park for the wedding will be an'event r -

benefit and enjoyment of the peo of March 28. and will taken placeat ...... .
ple.Against a backdrop of spectacular j JIA.Y.; the home of the bride's parents .. 1p'Ti
i mountain scenery one may where the reception follow-
other scenes kid ante-
among
gee :
ing will also be held. '
lope frisk on the prairies bighorn
rams pose on rocky crags and .yA
beavers build dams' and gnaw. .
down trees. .
t Mr. Maslowskl Interpreter. is'a F) AT WINTER PARK f The gayest collection of Easter bonnets. ( J
,. dramatic showman ace photog- 312 and S14 No. Park _..
rapher and naturalist a combina- One Block North *f the rottotTic '
tion which has placed him in the Handkerchief I V decked with posies 'spiced with ribbons \ / 1
top brackets of the lecture field ,,
: He was born in Atlanta. Ga.. but BARnEt) 4
i moved North at an early age. He [I to match the charm of a lovely season! ;
has worked with the Ohio Division (lD' LInEns
of Conservation as photographer- lD1POaTUS
naturalist: with the University of .Mrrad.taar L /1
.Cincinnati as lecturer in nature Phone Ia
study; : and with the Cincinnati Monogramming
Museum of Natural History as Irish Lines Dish Towels 1 ,
Efficient and Absorbent 1. + .

dvhiy .-ii iiL' tines '"Heck Towels ,}-Bright red roses bloom on -
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MISS ALDORA BYRD Serviceable white straw. .15.00' -

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. I r Bible Study Set Stewardship of Life" by H. B. and down to earth .
: y .1t .yxf< Trimble. wearing quality Other models 3.93 to 12.50 '
The Woman's Society of ChrIStian Mrs. Schrop will be assisted in I I < : :
Service of the Concord Park teaching the book by Mrs. A. J. We Gift Wrap i1.p
Methodist Church will meet Brown. Lookers Welcome =We may tempt Z'YfJ \ .
I Monday at 10 a.m. at the home of A covered dish luncheon will be but never urge to buy. } '. ; '
Mrs. Howard Schrop. 1636 Hill- served at noon and ladies are ask- [PetojikC7.lUcbJgaa.tn the Summer ?i c:7::: Millinery Salon Second Floor j'
crest Ave. for Bible Study. The ed to bring their own service. ---- .
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presenting tour. ...4i. :i: ,;:i.

curator of birds. The writer of a ,' ; : ::: ,etrwr '
weekly nature column In the Cincinnati ::r .t

lished Enquirer numerous he has Illustrated also pub- A cg i : : ,

: articles In natural science In "Na- J r
tural History "Outdoor Life.'" SUITS AND TOPPERS'FOR DICKSON AND IVES'
"Nature." and "Child Life." For ,
two and a half years he was In 4 !; ;' ,
combat service with the Army Air 3 +
Corps. which made use of his skill '
with the camera lens and was sta- a.: .
tioned in North Africa. Italy Per- .x
ala France and Austria. Hp has
now returned to his vocation : '
traveling over the country, using t r .: .
the finest motion picture equipment :
to augment his superb col- : ,
lection of colored films of North !
American animal life. .ti K r.R A .. '. '
Admission to the screen tour is / ,

for 75 cents students.. for adults and 25 cents ', ri aJm: LLtJd 1



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The Yale Glee Club win present ....
its program at the Annie Russell ..ii
Theater Rollins College at 8:15:
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The concert will lie given In t. i'y'
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: August .
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Monday afternoon before the con-
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Members of the Rollins faculty, wt I
staff and student body have been :
i! invited. :

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Page 20 tt'fJr &unlaag &rnlinrl-&tar Orlando, Florida, March 23, 1947 [ Foster GivesConservation :Pioneer Chapter OES Mmes. T. T. Alderman. Huber I a group of Teen Town" girl

Elects New Officers 1 Quiett. and Charles Turner with serving. tr

WINTER PARK The following,, ,................................................,
Winter :Park High School Dr. Hanna I officers were elected Thursday eve .. ,

ning at Pioneer Chapter 99. Orderof r rr

Glee Club in Benefit Today Talk at Club Eastern Star to serve for the rr
i Speaking coming year and will be installed r I,
-- -
;;; ". < tamba- .. Homer "Nature is continually strivingto on April 1: r
School htt *B Easter-
The Winter Park High i. Jaeklt BUimtaHVats ___ _. I'At SorosisDr. keep the face of the earth cov- .: Mrs. Essie Wyckoff. worthy r
r" RmwlejQirla r
rGlee. Club which took four "firsts" 14 Oewh Chorus-- I II. ered with vegetation while man matron: Frank Blodgett. worthy ,

sand two "seconds at the District "Madamt Jean.tU" _.__________Murray. Kathryn Abbey Hanna. seems determined to destroy it." patron: Miss Christine Kummer. .is just around the corner ;
i"Music Festival in DeLand recently 'Trat )reek." WeCharts..* TolM." Soot noted historian lecturer and author according to Mulford Foster in his I associate matron; Fred Tuck associate -

: Hwill give a benefit performance to- I"Ttacli" Only me to Faith"Pray".__ will be guest speaker for WITH JEAN YOTHEIS March talk on meeting"Conservation"of the Winter at Park the I stein. secretary patron::Mrs.Mrs.Essie Irene Eisel-Det-, Imported Blouses ;

-,day at 4 p.m. in the Winter Park "Faith Betty Ass Ktwtoa10ft -'- the Sorosis Civic Day. program [Club Editor] Garden Club last week. wiler.,treasurer: Mrs. Clara Gross Egyptian Batiste made in Switzerland ;
i .: will Thin. Kn." .. Mendelssohn Tuesday at 3 p.m. conductress: M r a. Catherine
Methodist Church. Proceeds The monthly Bulldozers and ruthless cuttingof
Anita Whltmort. Jackie :Bitterstaff. Mrs. Francis Igou. peace service regular program with hand made lace-it's so sheer you'llthink ;
; wee used for transportation and Betty Aaa Mewton meeting of the oman's Auxiliary trees were blamed by Mr.Foster Brensfield. associate conductress.
"My Taik" ___ AikfordTed chairman;will introduce Dr. Other officers will be announced i it's silk!
hotel accommodations to carry Then. If Ulntlm"Hn?,_.ChrUUanaen 'will be of the Episcopal Church of St. for the.serious depletion of the i
.rihese; youthful singers to Tampa I, Mixed chorus : Hanna whose topic Luke will be held tomorrow at 3 fertility of the soil by removal of later by the worthy matron. r r
for the State Music Festival in "The Holy City _...___.__..Adama "Woman Power"Dr her A. B. pjn. at the chapter house to hear'I trees and vegetation. Under na- Skirts r :
received
.
Anita Whitman Hanna
;competition with other High "Lerdi Frayer" _......_ h________ and Ph. D. degrees at North- Dr. H. L. Weber a missionary in ture's plan leaves and other!'Grand Ave. Women Pleated and swirl skirts in colors rr .
I
School Glee Club. -One World'. _____ ___ O'HaraBrattenWind I Africa for many years guest humus-bearing debris continually pastel ,
: Here is the program: There win be tie admission Chom thane but western instructor University.at Lenox She Hall.was St.an speaker. His subject will be return to the soil the needed elements I Plan Steak SupperA something that's really newt! ,
I trro the. Day I* Orer" -_ __Hrranl an offering will be received.: "Race Relations." The Cathe- for luxuriant plant growth
Temptation" _. Louis Mo. and at Hood College. steak will be sponsored
l "Yield Not te r
supper
'" ChrUtlan Soldiers"Mixed I dral Guild will be hostess for the I while trees and shrubs help keepa r
:: Oiiwart Frederick. Mo.. and later became
by the Grand Avenue Women'sClub Plastic and Patent
Chorus I The London zoo has a "tigron"an I and then headof afternoon serving tea at the conclusion high water table. Bags
,J" ntlf1al"Tior" Cnuaders Hymn animal that had a lioness for a associate professor of this meeting. Mrs. on Tuesday from 5:30 to 8
i When gardeners try to produce
i
> Fat Hatey. anise ....Audrey Candles the history department at I A large assortment of ;
"AT. Maria" __ ----..,....Schubert mother and a tiger for a father. I Ii Hood. She is well known throughout Florence Reed Miller educational choice growing things they must pjn.
,I' r
= Florida because of her yearsat 'chairman will turn the meetingover I artificially fertilize the soil and Two members of "Teen Town. shapes and colors. rr
to Mrs. Melville E. Johnson Richard Fraser and Roy Lewis r
Florida State College for try to produce proper texture by I rr
: Women in Tallahassee having chairman of the Cathedral Guild I the addition of leaf mold another 1 1I and the Alderman children: will Hats by 9 lei N. i ir
started her work: there as associ- who will in turn introduce the humus elements. Mr. Foster entertain during supper and NavyLt. OranreAve. r
r ate professor of history and com- speaker. .'A cordial invitation is I urged that each home-owner pre- I Lewis will show films of "Op Looise r
i MINNA LEE: : of Florid pleting her service in 1941 as headof extended all women and friendsof I'pare a compost heap rather than erations Crossroads" following the r SAfCIr9lJ'Y SfOp ,
.. the departments of history the congregation. :rake up and burn leafy debris. He supper. ,
geography and political science.In 000Men's stated that the city of Miami had' Mrs. W. J. Cabin club finance ,,

1936-1937 she was director of Club of St. Luke's will wisely nrovided for a mechanismto chairman will be assisted by the ...............................................
the Survey of Federal Archives of hold its monthly supper meeting grind up all collections of leaves -- -- -
in the
Wednesday at 6:30
Florida. In 1941. a member of pjn. and palm-fronds from the city
Willard.
parish house. C. Ernest
w the Florida Academy.of Sciences streets and to maintain a com-
she wu chairman of the Social president has arranged an inter- post heap for the use of the city
ANNOUNCING
Science Section and professor of -esting tractions program.will be.a. Among motion the picture at- parks and parkways.The OPENING MONDAY, MARCH 24TH
history of the Extension Division
maintenance of adequate
i 441 Park Ave. N. of the University of Florida and "Trees and Homes Depicting the
: Lumber Industry in the North- trees are necessary not only for
Winter Park an adult outstanding education series lecturer at on Rollins the west." All Laymen of the con- the beauty of an area but for prevention -
r gregation are invited to be present of soil washing away and
College. She has been chairmanof for an evening of fellowship... for the maintenance of a high
e.L I \ the State Library Board since Members of the Woman's Auxi- water level under the surface of
1943 and secretary of the Florida .
.
the
\ Citizens Committee on Education liary will serve the supper. the soil. Mr. Foster decried r -
; o o
for
e.i careless clearing of areas
since 1944."Florida. I I
board of \Voman'sAuiUal'7 running
Executive the building development by '
Land of Change" was oI
of First Presbyterian stands of trees l
i bulldozers through .t'
written by Dr. Hanna in 1941.
Church will meet in the auxiliary and brush thus damaging the f',v..
She is also a contributor to the .
American Dictionary of Bio- parlor tomorrow at 10:30: a.m.... group for future fertility. I ... '-#
I Ii All newly elected officers are Illustrating stories of areas i ;
.
: I. graphy and Atlas of American .
;- / History. urged to be present for this first protected in agricultural sectionsof .
H! L cWZL'/ Among other organizations of meeting of the church year which Brazil enlivened Mr. Foster's < ,

!
will be under the leadership of
home to the
i .which she is a member are the lecture and brought
American Historical Assn., South- Mrs. Marshall W. Boor new pres- Garden Club members and their Hall '

'," ', de aa ern Historical Assn., Florida His- ident. noo guests the serious Importance of Hampton .L
If torical Assn.. American Associa- Conservation education and the { -
** *
SRS tion of University Women. Amer- Agnes Whitcomb Bible Class of danger of delay in guarding Flor- %
r S ican Academy of Social Science. Park Lake Presbyterian Church ida's natural resources. 'At The Sign 0Her f ,
will meet with Mrs. John E. -
I
Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Kappa Phi
Loucks. 3230 N. Orange Ave..
n Phi Alpha Theta. the Winter ParkWomen's Birth AnnouncementsMr.
..
Tuesday at 7:45 pjn. All mem-
? i iti: 9s Club and an honorary bers are asked to be present as and Mrs. Odell R. Lane of'' ;- !k
i member of Sorosis.
.
i a 39/ Tea will be served following the there will be a reception for new 125 James St. announce the birthof Ladyship's CarriageAt :1
/ March 12, at the
officers. David.
1 with the I a son "tt! a
/ program following com- o o o Orange Memorial Hospital. Mrs. .
i I't mittee in charge: Mmes. JamesN. '
A Study Course of Christian the former Elizabeth Has-
Lane Is
Burden, R. A. Carmichael. R.
i t 'I H. Lester. Robert Dittrich T. J. Stewardship under the auspicesof lam.
Morgan. the Women's Society of Chris- 124 Morse Boulevard Winter Park .
'Iq tian Service of the College Park discussion is Rimsky-Korsakov. ,
Guests tickets will be In chargeOf
Methodist Church will be held at Miller the
\q Mrs. W. H. Chafe and Miss with Mrs. E .R. giving
Margaret Givens. Door hostesses the College Park Methodist biography. The symphony
Church Tuesday through 35," will be
on "Scheherazade Op.
include
will the Mmes Wellborn
.v Phillips and C. A. Boyer. Mrs. will Friday include at 7:30 the pjn.study. The of,course"The Thousand used based and on One the Nights tales of from the It Stands at the entrance through which you are invited to. pass
W. R. Boone will be in charge of
flower arrangements. Christian Motive and Method In "Arabian Nights." The recordIng to the treasures within:
Stewardship. a book by Henry will feature the San Francisco
''t ;: Burton Trimble and will be under Orchestra.
'" '. ABC the leadership of Mrs. Thomas 000
:: Riale as well as a study of "The Puritan Sisterhood No. 320, Handmade linens and of
underthings baby gifts
't ": DIAPER SERVICE Fine Art of Using" by Ralph Dames of Malta will meet in reg- wear, ma
1 : Sockman. under the leadership of ular session in their hall. 116 Vj S.
1 ; New Reservations Accounts Are and Solicited Future Mrs. George E. Graden. The Orange tomorow at 8 p.m. hogany, brought direct from the enchanted Islands of the_
o o o
of this embodies the
scope course
Miami Beach Fort Lauderdale Coral Cables 2-1177
Telephone
ORLANDO WINTER PARK; stewardship of the individual opportunities Excelsior: : Circle of Needlework Caribbean.
and service, time, talent Guild will met Tuesday at 2:30:
the gospel business propertyand pjn. with Mrs. Roy Yates 1710
money. Members of the Edgewater Dr.:
f! 00 o MARILEE HAMPTON 'GIVENS
College Park Methodist Churchare '" .
'oIr-
.. .. invited. Chapter S. of PEO will hold a '.
I H : on n covered dish luncheon Thursdayat IT,
fI There will not be a meeting of 12 p.m. at the home of Mrs.

; I' AT THE PICO-TAN AND WHITE- Orlando Pilot Club tomorrow as V. H. Nuckols. 654 Broadway. The
scheduled but all members are program wil Include the installation -
11 of- requested to be at the City Audi- of officers.
Just one several charm
Walk tnf spectators! Ask to ] torium at 7 p.m. to usher for the I .
,_ [ Over Shop the RlO SUNG in tan Civic Music Concert. .
and white or black and o o o
white.
The regular business meeting of "
the Basinet and ,Professional
.. $12.95 omen's Club will be held tomor- a. *

row at 8.30: pjn. at the Chamberof
t Commerce Bldg.
o o

Cherokee Council No. 12. Degree
!} ,- h of Pocahontas. will meet in regu-
.
"- :" ; lar session Tuesday at 8 pjn. at
the Fraternal Bldg. Membersare
"'. '
:
requested to bring donationsfor
i t : the country s re.Friendship 1Itlffft'
t o o
Club No. 19. Past :

Officers ef the Moose will meet .:
Thursday at 2:30 pjn. at the .. .
/V I / home of Mrs. Nellie Oibany in "b cx '

1e/\ Jf/ Winter Garden.o o oMrs. / .

tJ/fP. Gertrude Decker will be ; '
hostess for a card and game party
Friday at 8 pjn. at the Dames of
Iff.W'.a.a..I Malta Hall. 118!'2 s. Orange Ave.

... Prizes will be given and refreshments r-
served. -
t o o o je j-;,.
Orlando Chapter 131. Order of ;.f
i Eastern Star will meet Monday at
8 pjn. at the Masonic Temple. .
Initiation of new members and _-
: election of officers will be the
nigfate vonyhff abort ft. business on hand. F Jy

hasn't been fim all these lean,luring Ie o o o e
A card party benefiting the Orlando tw
"
tell--no-lOnT". j Humane Society will be
held Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the
1
E Bat, oar ear-to-the-groand" department reports i City Auditorium Tickets may I.

I things are moving oar way.Some... be secured at the door for CO
cent e Prizes given.
.P R alk-Oran an in,and boon, toe long: we!; pe. I o o obI
Mrs. John B. Richards win
entertain :>
1 this fine footwear wiB again be ara3able..hi the Pythian Sisters and

f the selection yon and we ire med to.So"thank friends with a dessert bridge game
party at 1:30 pm. Friday at her
-"again sincerely,lor waiting with as.. home. 1012 Harwell St.o .
o o
\ Regular monthly meting of District r tE
No. 8. Florida State Nurses )
tt Assn. will be held at the Chamberof
t Commerce Bldg. Tuesday at
f
8 p.m..
000

CIRCLE SLING- Trl-HI-Y girls are entertainingwith
'r;" a dance Friday beginning at <,
8 pm. at the YMCA Bldg. This
Red polished calf or BLACK: pat. JO-CARM brown and white print t
,. : : tent kid in CUSTOM grade leathers students will be a are"Sock Invited.Dance. ,Admission" and all ef fine silk crepe. $13. '

t i bow.styled as Walk Over knows price is 20 cents. Carolyn I II tY h

_J. .. .. Thomas club president announces
: that the loom will be
.r.
.$14.95 decorated by the members and II I i .

4j' .' refreshment be served ,

t #' t tt ,,' -. Musle Study Group o o ef the Wednesday I I';

Music Club will meet Wednesday Your friendly patronage and gooa\vill have made ; ..
.k e! .
at 10:30 ajn. at the homeof
BAMBI-ALL WHITE- Store Hours: Mrs. Frank P. Whitmore, 1028 our first year as operators of Louis' pleasant

} 9:30 A.M. to 5:30 P)[. Edgewater Court Mrs. Samuel J and gratifying. Your confidence in our fashion
In a pattern which cuddles your ,W. Cooksley. chairman an- !
selections is our inspiration to continue to bring
feet comfort and flatters themIn nounces that the composer for the '

appearance.: you clothes that are distinctive-fine fabrics-

perfect fit--beautiful l styling.

I $12.95 WALKOVERof. NOTICEWe ; You are always welcome Louis'-come in, Cotttune suit of rich beige

; are now in position to i look around. Be up-to-the minute; feel! up-to- wool. $55.crepe by JUNIORDEB.

offer immediate service on the !II. fI.
minute in styling that's always smart
5. 4 -e that repair job you have
waited for so long. No job
too large-no job too small. I I. B. GIBBS

THE. WALK OVER SHOP Estimates gladly given Owner-Manager

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3
years to pay
'} Orlando Boot Shop] 1 I

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y 64 N. Orange Are. Beacham Theater Block 0 ContractorPh.

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R ,}.. or i Orlando, Florida, March 23, 1947 Sijr# unba1! ;rnltnrlIai Page 21
,Miss McNeill Y ;>1't ;


:Becomes Bride '. 1 'Tartuffe' DAR l\fembers'I' Rexy Young I I HOSPITAL COCOA-The AUXILIARY Woman's MEETS Auxiliary

..
I of the Wuesthoff Memorial

;Of Mr. FosheeMr. : Next 'RollinsProduction Attending Has Birthday I I Hospital win meet Tuesday at 3
in Thursby Memorial Hall.
pm.
and Mrs. E. H. McNeill of ; # 1 MeetMembers r> I I Members and those Interested toI
State
'this city are announcing the mar- 44T' : ,; I Thursday I I lending support as members of the _

triage of their daughter Mary i 9 The Rollins Players will present of the Orlando Chap- Mrs. Rexford L. Young Jr.. entertained auxiliary are invited to be present. tl

'Elizabeth to Beverly Clark 'Tartuffe." by Jean Moliere. at ter of the Daughters of the Amer- a group of the young Wide heavy gold "cuff bracelets -

|Foshee. son of Mrs. Paulyne / the Annie Russell Theater next ican Revolution will drive over to, set Thursday afternoon honoring are very much in demandnow.
week opening on Tuesday. March
'Foshee. 25. at 8:15 pjn. and continuing : St. Augustine on Tuesday for'the her son. Rexy's fifth birthday.The Some of these ai*> set with
Mrs. Foshee graduated fromm 1 for five nights. State DAR Conference to be held) party was held at their small watches in the center, some
I are stone set.
I
[Orlando Senior High School In 'jI So far this season they have investigated there from March 25-27 with home on Belle Isle and guests included -
IMS. and is now attending Or- T I the seamier side of headquarters at the Hotel Poncede Betty Heasley. Dianne and
'lando Junior College. Mr.Foshee. politics in "State of the Union. I I ,
David Alice,and Franklin
Karraker
_ ..a graduate of St. Patrick High ; toyed with basic emotions in The Leon. Little! Boys Like
.SChool in Miami.Beach with the Late Christopher Bean" and helda I I They will Include Mrs. W.' H. Brawley. Kay and Michael
*class of '43. served with the Army w w. ;f world premiere with "Mark: Adkinson. State chaplain: Miss Smith. Johnny Perkins. Ronnie To Dress Up Too
.Air Forces in the China-Burma- ..S /SYOxi 6. Twain." They imported talent to Mabelle O'Neal chapter regent; Black. Luke Crossley. Mary Carolyn ,
India i 'Theater during the war.'AtI pay a tribute to the piping daysof Brown Beverly Anne Young. i
present he is a student at Rollins peace before 1914 in "A Nightin and the delegates the Mmes. J. P. j
Mothers Little boys'suits in }
;College. Old Vienna." and to charm Ristig. Jack 'E.' Stewart.' Alan present were the
The couple will reside in -Or- ,-, .,: ; their audiences with last night's Chandler T. O. Brown. F. R. Jaco Mmes. Paul Heasley. Frank Kar- white and pastel colors 1i
.lando. :.(: "..,'. enchanting collection of fairy raker J. F. Bradley. Herbert ,
;?.;' 'i; z% w .. ", ," <;;". .,' ::. ,.ys tales "An Evening in Cathay"Tuesday's I I of Kissimmee. and I. R. Campbell.Mrs. Black. Allen Smith. Luke Cross- i sizes 1-3 $2.98 and up\\
W. H. State
Dr. Pail M. Kessler. .- : ==:- : .-' f play will be anothernew Adkinson. ley. Lowrie Brown and also :Mr. : Eton and socks
.., .-'. ,, ';;.'". '"""..", departure. For the first time I chaplain will have charge of the and Mrs. T. H. West.TOWNSEXD caps gay
on the Annie Russell stage the I Memorial service to be held on I
Optometrist MISS VIRGINIA MIDDLETON MISS JUNE PHERRIN classic French comedy will be ,.Tuesday afternoon at the confer I CLUB TO MEET I

Mr. and Mrs. A. is engaged to Pvt. Smith represented by "Tartuffe." It will ence headquarters. The chapter Orlando The
201 Church and Main Arcade is the daughter of Rotjert I have a new dress the standard chaplains will form the processional ;- Townsend Club No. 2

CpsUlrsl Phone MSIII Middleton of this city, who are today an- Dohf/' USA, of Schickskinny, Pa., son of.Mr. English translations have been and light the candles,for will meet in the at Chamber 7:30 of Tues-Commerce -
Building pm. Judy-Jim
a. uswcr' can Z-ZM9 her engagement to Pvt. George T. and Mrs. C. Hoke Dohl, and the announcement cut. shortened and polished by I'their deceased members of which I day. Community singing will be
IS- I Prof. Charles Mendell. who is sufficiently there are 36 from the State this .
1 F INVESTIGATE IFFORE YOU IUYJ is, Royal Canadian Army. son of Mr. and is being made by her parents, Mr. and pleased with the versionhe year. Pages will place a flower In featured. I Shop
Mrs. R. E. of this The bride- has made to accept the part of the cross as the name of each I.I
Pherrin :
dp nsueaeS I N.T. Bollis, of London, Ontario, Canada. city. Orgon the honest credulous deceased member is called. Ap- About 39 per cent of U. S. farms I 382 N. Orange

The'wedding will be an event of May 3, and elect is a graduate of Orlando Senior High friend of the devious and Machiavellian propriate music will also be ren- are operated less: than by 30 tenants cent comparedwith 50
per years 2-1201
=
OT CAS will take place in London. .bride-elect School and attended Florida State College for Tartuffe. I I dered. ,ago." I
The costumes are all they should
I. eve TwrNene Tow. graduated from St. James High School, and Women and the University of Iowa. At be. elegant breeches silk stockingsand 1 The Rev. Parsons

Agent has been employed by the U. S. War Depart present she is laboratory technician at Orange powdered wigs. The acting is I II i
Returns
_'-TOWNI TRANSACTION! Memorial Hospital. Pvt. Dohl attended to be done in the high tradition to PulpitThis I
ment in Washington, D. C. Pvt. Bollis' has'served I which has become associated with : morning friends and mem-
schools and is stationed at
Schickskinny now
the French classic theater and :
I with the Canadian Army for the past Orlando Army Air Base. The' wedding will Richard Verigan has created suit- : bers of the Unity Church. 503 S.

i eight years, and is presently stationed at the take place April 12 at 6 p.m. at the OAAB I able and suave settings for' the Orange Ave., will welcome' their

I Army' base in London. Chapel. comedy. minister, the Rev. Carolyn H.
Wilbur Dorsett. who made his
Parsons who is returning to her 2
One of
the
,' debut as director at the Annie i many
1' Russell with the somewhat stark pulpit today after a three months' lovely dresses
I EXPERT Winter ParkXToman's Club "Christopher Bean." is' making a I leave of absence. She will speak at from our out-
the 11 ajn. devotional service on
venture in an entirely new style. .
REPAIRING collec-
WATCH standing
,
the topic "The Greater Love"Other
The cast is a mixed bag of old
;
Specializing in Swiss and Amer- Committee Chairmen Named and new friends. Sidney Lanier. activities for the week tion of
ican Watches. 8 Days Service. whose voice had one of the star : will be as follows: Monday. 10
ORLANDO JEWELRY I At a called meeting of the executive speaks on the subject. "Speaking : parts In "Mark Twain." will appear ajn. class in "Lessons in Truth* r yk
board of the Winter ParkWoman's of Florida. Dr. Hanna is a historian I i I in the flesh and not merely Mrs. Erma Warner, teacher. Monday -
256 S. Orange. Corner Jackson \ of note author and lecturer I as a disembodied voice in the title 8 pm.. class in' "Christian
Central Florida's Oldest 1Opn Club this week. Mrs. who \Is well known not only in Healing." taught by Miss Faith Easter
Awning Establishment Charles MacDowell. newly elected Winter Park but throughout the Cornwall. i I Fashionsfor
I I I
the president announced the com I South. Owing to the lack of space role.The Tuesday at 10 a.m.. Mrs. Josephine -
serving public con II
Monday Evenings mittee chairmen for the year. it will be impossible to admit I I Carows Stuckie will teach "The v; little girls.
tinuously for almost a quar- s c.
guests at this time. I Twelve Powers of Man. and she v.%
ter of century. One new department the Amer- I On at 3 the Wom 1 I .
a Friday pan. will conduct the class in "Mysteries rYt '
W ARUM'SI ican Home has been formed. Mrs. an's Club Art Department will Give Buffet of John" at 8 p.m., Wednesday. -
I I. Ronald McKinnis will be chair- present as guest speaker Dr. Edwin .Thursday 8 pjn.the Lenten Study
Awnlnff mad Pores Curtains I Winter Park Phone 68 man. Other chairmen and departments O. Grover. Rollins College I I Class in each Us to Pray" will'. :z Dresses and Pin
Made to Tow Order. are as follows: Mrs. ..professor who will speak on "Vin- Supper Party I I be conducted by Miss Cornwall. afores in white
i cent Van Gogh; the story of a Friday 2 pjn. Mrs. Helen Boxall .. and pastel shades.
I Leland :Murrah art: .Mrs. Wild Life." Mr.and Mrs. John Carow were Till present her weekly book re- { ,
W r "Jeff Jefferia liam T. Foster literature I I hosts Friday night when they en- view. Lace trimmed
rlamfo Awing &' drama: :Mrs. Henry Reed Burch tertained with a buffet supper party .iere will be two daily prayer ,
Mrs. Huegele slips and panties
community service: :Mrs. Willis at their home in Conway. The services, one at noon and the other
i' membership Miss affair in honor of Mr. and bonnets white
Wfalew Shads 0. Est 1915 Washburn. : was at 3 pm.
I
... Helen Steinmetz scholarship; Mrs. Clarence Rogers, whose mar- gloves and purse
PHONE MSI P. O. BOX SZt Mrs. W. E. Winderweedle. house: F e.electedI riage was an event of Feb. 15.Mrs. I
Contractor MerchMUSec socks
zoo H.'(; ORANGE ATE. Our Fiztvrc Display. Mrs. A. B. Morgan, grounds; Mrs. 1 Rogers is the former Sally Lloyd. .I.IO'A'EK pastel up
ORLANDO. FLORIDA M1-4J N. Mills St. PhOBt 1-J741 H. W. Barnum. rentals; Mrs. I} At the regular meeting of the With Rogers were to size 8}.
Percy; Boynton music; Miss Mar- 1' Colonialtown Woman's Club last 1n dMtn:: l.Jrsi.l William I IIOhse.

garet :Moore international rela- week Mr. and Mrs. Winston
Mrs. H. C. Huegele was reelected -
tions: :Mrs. P. C. Reece youth ( i Smith Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kesler. : SERVICE
CUSTOM IUILT VENETIAN BLINDS to president of the I
serve as
conservation: Mrs. James Keezel. i I, Mr., and Mrs. Ed Rogers. Mr. and For McMrvation
Immediate DeliveryPHONE
ALUMINUM. STEEL. WOOD publicity; Mrs. Roy Verdery his- club.Other |Mrs. Hillard Johnson Miss Donna 2.3357
GUARANTEED.. TEN DAY DELIVERYTerms torian: Mrs. Raymond Stevens officers include the Mmes.L. Dewey, Robert Marrero. I
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at low a* 6.M per moat parlamentarian. L. Tucker Charles Van Steen-
Mrs. J. A. Fluno was named
RADBILL, VENETIAN- BLIND CO. I chairman of the committee to burg C.T.Fitzgerald. Freda Leon LAUNDRY 8 DRY CLEANINGTry
1M E. Kale, Phono Z-41C7' organize plans for a birthday cal- ard K. F. Green and H. S. Smith. I The
endar for the club members which Mrs. R. S. Brown and Mrs. Glen our DeLnxe Quality Dry Cleaning and Laundry by experienced Judy-Jim Shop

,I will be aligned with the philanthropic ,, Ashmore are board members.i cleaners spotters and personnel. Quick service guaranteed. ,
work of the club. Mrs. W. H. Dorn and Mrs. C.
: .ts= : ....dt .- Mrs. P. C. Reece. chairman of i r Auten leaders of Girl Scout Troop I IVANHOE LAUNDRY I I CITY CLEANERS 382 N. Orange Ave. Tel. 2-T201
I youth conservation announcedthat .11. were in charge of the pro- 1630 N. Orange-Ph. 5594 I 39 W. Colonial Dr.-Ph. 7557
-M.- : Mrs. Perry Boynton talented 'gram. The club sponsors this
pianist will appear in concert on
I The scouts I
I Itroop.
presented A
April 7 at 8 pan. at the clubhouse.
clever skit and and I
Patsy Grant I
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t Proceeds will go towards the pro-
t posed youth center in Winter Francis Jones gave several pianoI .
numbers.
& Park. I
TOYS AND GAMES FOR ALL AGfcs Club members will be privilegedto Hostesses were the Mmes. H. M.

BICYCLES AND ACCESSORIES hear Dr. Alfred J. Hanna on Tinklepaugh. Emma Gaffney.
JUVENILE ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT Wednesday at 10:30 ajn. when he Riecken. and H. C. Huegele. '
I The next meeting will be held
MODEL KITS FOB MODEL BUILDERS Monday April 7, with Mrs. C. F. '
Shirts as program chairman. t n
{ CLOSED SUPERIOR FOOD STORE Members participating on the Red
Cross Drive requested club mem-
6668Jtaleys Corner Kuhl and Grant Ave.
214 N. ALL DAYWEDNESDAY bers to bring clean cotton mater- -

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Page 22 iilJt &unbau Brntl uI-Star Orlando, Florida, March 23, 1947 are moving into their new homeat birth of a daughter Shirley Plumbers Auxiliary of which she ingham.
875 Old England Ave.They are 1 i I Allyson Thursday /Florida is a past national president. En { The Red Cross drive has been
( 1 Mrs. James Gamble Rogers' Sanitarium. route home she will be a guest of completed. Winter Park was one
New Zealand and the Azores I honor at the meeting of the Ala 'of the first communities in
I It' Invitation AnShow mother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Hart
,
: like Ireland hare DO'makes. bama State
in Birm .
9J i : The display of unusual photographs I hate. returned from Jacksonville Auxiliary (Orange County to finish.C.
t' td:1III: r by Mrs. Eleanor Thornton. where they spent a week.
, NEW LOCATIONDR. Planned Maltland. has been held over by A. L. Dudley has returned to I .
j popular request at the Woman's his Saybrook Conn. home after
!LJ" $ G. W. MENTZ Club.Mr. l spending two months here. D. WILDER. 'TURKEY FARM'AGAIN
CHIROPRACTOR121S. In April and Mrs. Huland H. Mc- Mrs. Foster Fanning will leave
Cord Jr. [Clara Mar low] of 20182 tomorrow for Texas to attend the OFFERS
Curt St.CHRONTTE [Continued From Page 17] W. Fairbanks Ave.. announce the State convention of the Master
DELICIOUS TURKEYSFOR -
'
Smart Clothesfor by Lucille Stonier and Mrs. Whit -

a ney's admired -Church Garden. YOUR EASTER DINNER TREAT
I Prominent in the work of mem-
ii YOUNG AND TENDER DELICIOUS JUICY; TURRETS
IIt : bers of the association were the e RANGING WEIGHT FROM 9 TO 19 LBS. FILLY; PREORDER -
strikingly skillful portraits of PARED FOR COOKING NOW AVAILABLE. PLACE TOUR
M Tots and Teens Aileen Fiaser, the sound work- EARLY. '

t I win transform a doll worn manship of H. Bernard Robinson w i C. D. WILDER JR. TURRET FARM ,.
bathroom into a thing of ladIng the much-d1scUsseet--nde Reader"of IXTERLAKEN ROAD PHONE 6913 "
I, Hand-mode Gifts for I beauty! Sophie Parsons. Stella Coler, 47 NORTH OPANCl AVt. ,

Infants t The soft pastel colors reflect Mildred Pelzer. and Maxwell Fost ORLANDO

Overalls and Blue Jeans themselves into the air. e r, experienced newcomers
( l i brought much color: form and -
Made of cinc-Chromite
U Unusual Play Clotheui pore atmosphere to the exhibition. MISS JOCELYN GAY
i Tile-will never rust nor stain.
,Distinctive Easter Frocks Ham Klotz. Rosemary Bage, Na- engaged to'wed.
I & Hats fl See display at dine Richards, with William
1 Kdusen talented young artists *
' METAL TILE CO. showed arresting"personality and FOR FINE FURNITURE
promise. With the work of mem- Jocelyn Gay'sEngagement
, l 19 W. Washington St. i it I 58 E. Central Phone 4278 bers already well known these fur- VISIT the HOME STORE I
., nished the bulk of a well rounded II
&f eiff ig exhibition. Our Aim is to Bring to Orlandoand I
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I -_ From the Research Studio in Central Florida the Finest J
Maltland. Harold McIntosh con- Made Known Furniture at the Most Reason-
I tributed an up-to-date portrait of able Prices.
: "Bobby. while from Eustls Harry
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Gay of Clar-
Worthman provided two very ---EASY TERMS-
popular and finished works cona are anouncing the engage-
"Landscape with Cypresses" and ment of their" daughter, Jocelyn
"Portrait of Norman Rockwell." Ann, to Pearcy Bible, son of Mr 'hiHO' ffif STORf I I .

. and Mrs. I. E. Bible of Winter .. ". ,. /11. .
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Orlando S.lfSenrict. Laundry Park. f- awr.wunwr'r7 f
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N ORANGE AVE
:e458ou
has been set -
t*/ N. MUto TcU S-M77 The wedding date
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> I for Aug. 1. -- -
"Your Wash Day will be a pleasant .'
1 1i 1t
} day when It's done the Miss Gay attended school in

G. E. Way!" Ocoee and is a member of the Cfousttotfte. Hottons I To the People of Central Florida
i : Use Our Automatic Dryer graduating School. class: of Ocoee High Wunoincf


Mr.'Bible graduated from Win- ,7/-' Ii. I GREET EACH DAY

,.r'r The Whistling Oyster ter Park with High the School American and is Rail connected iitJ P1IJCI t ;! LUTHERAN HOUR [CHORUS WITH VIM AND VIGOR

way Express Co. in Winter Park.
I
VI&AY SUNDAY STATION'

Sleep on our new SUPER-SOUTHERN JOY
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2:30 P. M. WLOF
Winter ParkBrevities tl HUTU HHIWtl innerspring mattress. Years of research have

I THE LUTHERAN HOUR gone into its construction to assure YOU the

ScoitRegency maximum relaxation and rest. It is made of

Details from selected' examples of the WINTER PARK-City Commission -! the finest premier steel-925 coils woven by
will meet tomorrow for a ..
.: finest Regency furniture have been combined special session to consider the m x t. PreEasterBeauty hand to eliminate all cloth pockets.The priceis

-and scaled down to modem room proposed franchise of the Florida $69.50 and we believe it's the best mattress

size-in this superb mahogany cabinet Really Fine Gifts Power Corp. SpecialsReg. value ever!, There is a box spring to
for new'Scott The Winter Park Rotary Club i
the radio-phonograph. A1t-
Jensen Silver Marghab Linen will meet tomorrow at 12:15: p.m. match. Stop in to see us or call Slumber
tiqued brass grill and lion's head pulls. for its first luncheon-meeting at
Spode Wedgwood CasUeton $10 Machine Oil Number 2.2213 and our representative will
the Chamber of Commerce. Build
Swedish Crystal Mark Cross Permanent ,$6.50
g _
Henri Bendel etc. ing.The Advisory Planning Board r<> Reg. $12.50 Machine Oil gladly call.
Whether your own taste, and home decor, Is
' will meet tomorrow at 8 pm. in .. Permanent ____$7.50
L modern or traditional, there are cabinets in the This Week's Highlights the Chamber of Commrece: Build- Consult our x We Specialize in Helene Curtis

new Scott line to please you. And if your taste is Modern Sterling ing.Oliver K. Eaton will be the University Jo. Kelly Cold Waves at All Times $10 Up "Not how Cheap, but how Good"

for the finest in radio; reception and reproduction Plastic "Linen" Mats Club pow-wow speaker NEWS IN for IP.DOS Reg.Sham.&Set$1.25; Manicure 75c
Tuesday afternoon discussing ; Hair Cut SOc Facials.$%. -Hair Dyes $5.00
there's quality in the new Scott radiophonograph Portuguese Urns Our Jury System: Good or Bad?" ALL EXPERT OPERATORS!
Card Table Coven Herbert S. Hirchberg will be the NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY-
that you'll insist on. Spring StationeryClosed speaker at the Friday afternoon OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT
pow-wow discussing "The Com RUSS MATTRESS (0
La France Salon
en Saturday ponents of University or the Con Beauty
: Robinson Music Co. Afternoon tents of the Encyclopedias."
Dr. Louis Shutz review of the 138 N. Orange Ave. -
1122 West Church
: The Whlstliac Oyster label Lloyd Douglas novel The Robe" Phone 2-3013 Jefferson Court Bmlding-- Jp-SUim St.
eepreteatlag "THC WOKLD'S FINEST &ADIO-PHONOG AHT add dUtttttioa i to mr gift will be given tomorrow at 8 pjn. _..
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4 531 N. Orange Are. 6303 On patio reached from 120 N. in the CongregationalChristianChurch. >
TeL An offering will be taken
i Orange and 35 W. Washington for the Sunday School's nursery'equipment. "

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The appearance of the Yale
Glee Club at the Annie Russell
# Theater on Monday. March 31.1 i Merchants It's Here!
t will be of especial interest to Gen. '
e ,
et Charles McC. Reeve in whose i
ef honor this engagement has been ,
arranged. He was president of the .
group for the three years-1868 to

; -4er67 1870.Speaker Wednesday, morning at THE YEARS BIGGESjTlB'ARGAINSiTr

l the Woman's Club will be Dr. I
Alfred J Hanna, whose subjectwill
1
be "Speaking of Florida. On

e ,Friday Grover afternoon.will be the Cr.speaker Edwin, o.t
cussing "Vincent Van Ggh: The I

I Story Mrs.of Percy a Life"Boynton a gifted I ii2T1H !

pianist, whose concert tours included
i Austria. Germany and
France will be presented Monday
evening. April 7, at the Woman's
Club, for the benefit of the club's
Youth Conservation Committee.The .
j I showing of the John H.
Storer nature film "Wings Fins
and Antlers. Wednesday at 8:15:
In the Woman's Club,will be for
f, Embroidered Batiste the benefit of the Edward Mott & -
Memorial Fund of the Audubon,
j Beautiful embroidery, 36" wide, $2-50 I Society which Is used to pur-
1 white or black, yard chase colored nature films, lent
t free to schools, churches' or other. ,4
I educational groups.
Winter Park Methodist Church

i j I Luvlee Blend Line ,-Rayon choir Crucifixion"will sing on Good Stainer'S Friday The at I

F 'A well known linen-rayon that 8, p.m. with Lamar. Simmons, I

t comes in lots of plain colors, tenor and Edward Langley bari- -
tone, as soloists. Mrs. Elizabeth
among them: blue, aqua green, Cole is organist and Mrs.
lavender, tan, jellow. 39" wide. $1,25 Christine Baldwin, choir director. 1
(F \ yard l To show the perfection of even
a I IIfM small ,shells, the Rollins Shell
\ Museum has a black cardboard
: disc on which are mounted 16
IfM; i Printed Spun Rayon miniatures; an electric light and
L magnifying glass attached per-
.A gorgeous dress material- mits an interesting study.
Miss Alice Minot will return today -
flowered or striped in various
from Washington where she
colored background 39" wide S 1.25 was called by the illness of her
yard yi mother.

ton home Mrs.will to Allen accompany visit P. Stearns.her brother Miss Washing-Minot and 12 Sensational Sale Days Mon. March 24 Thru April 5

i Rayon Gabardine sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Robert

i A wonderful suit or dress material Wlthertll.Dr. Wilbur Jennings Is attending SPECIAL BIRTHDAY PRICE LIST
I 41" wide, in Sweetheart the Fifth District Dental f
i Rose, Dusk Pink, Pilgrim Gray, Society meeting in Atlanta. He
SI,50 will be back in his office Wednes-
Candy Blue, Surf Aqua, Riviera

: Blue, yardPrinted day.Mrs.. R. H. Mathias and three ADVERTISES SCORES OF BARGAINS!
sons. Russell Jr.. Billy and Bobbie
Plain Taffeta of Kenilworth. HL. are here for a
month's visit with her parents, On Our List Get At WarehouseAre
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Seibold. If Not Mailing Copy
: Excellent quality i taffeta, Cotton Miss Joan McPherson. Columbus
j heavy grade. Small and large Ohio is the guest of Mr. and
i 1 plaids. 40" 'wide, yard Linene, percales, flowered or Mrs. Harold Riesen. formerly of !

; I t striped. 36" wide, yard 49c Columbus Soo Yong now[Mrs.living C. here.K. Huang You On Our Mailing List? G Q N 0 M

$2.98 has gone to the Midwest for a two-
week tour with her monodramas..
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Freeman If cot and would like to receive our price flats regularly,
have had as their guests Mr. and
a I WE HAVE WJTTRIOC PATTERNSBRYANTHILLS Mrs. Stewart Rose of Chicago and fin out and mail or bring ua this alip. WHOLESALE GROCERY COMPANY'

Melrose. Fla. .' .
k Mr. and Mrs. Stuart M. Link 'Name -c.l ..1 ,C...
Inc. of Meredith. N. H. are visiting ,
i
I i'. her mother 'sistersThey expectto

Florida be here Sanitarium's through Easter orchestraand ; Add 93 117 Washington Street

I "Fashions by the Yard" band will give a benefit program :
j Orlando
Saturday evening in the City Fla.
I[Woman's Club. The public is in- ,
315-317-319 N. ORANGE AYE
i I vited. I
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II Mrs. Shelby Smith and :Miss
11 Gladys Smith. both of Atlanta.
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Orlando, Florida, March'23, 1947 gar; Sundauf &mtind-Sttar Page LI 1 on rour Way North...
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SHERATON BON AIRAmerica's Historic SAVANNAH
sr I-
Noted Gel I Capital 4 i iI f
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AUSBtiR *
r I ReUx in delightful fuiroafldia&s-varied .
< AVOIDS t I port-M oat of UM Soath'i cmoonding resort WI fP.flWL / ,
t oc u VIEW Iur LI n hotels..modern fireproof...ideal) Indian .
BIG-CITY
. TRAFFIC summer climate. Directly oa U.S.Route 1. j .
NpRf Q.LK rupruet -/ idr i h j>
I Write or wire for faffffTAni
tltL11ETM "
; .CACN
:: :: un' .Eeu1TeM p Save fine oa the .H-paved Ocean Hiwar. I reservations .
.. frl.r. PAUI! E. lnTONGr.J t ELECTRIC BOAT CRUISE
Avoid d.lays and daaaera bia-cirf $.EE Y rr i
I toafSc. .. This follow Iho M.oj ffoivsr baked
6 ;:'' coaa. tioa. rout jtffai Canals
i- coast,through eau of lk. atosl pteturosao* EXOTIC FLOWERSORIENTALSETTINGS &4. ___.. .
.... --r Plus s$ over u she codas An
"' and historic aoctiOBS .f Hailed States.A cop Superbly xce/knf
t -WILMINGTON. special (Walur*-*e Unry trip gauss IIfe
-e i MT.itRCALM DeSOTO BEACH HOTELand DINNER
" I Ckesapeake Ba-f-felaxet you aad I permits .
aa aiovablo eaooJ oa the beoa&ful boat Her in fairyland of pagan v Cabana Club ALM
CHARLESTON Attractive too aro die e eHenl hotels shrines and "*0.0',-bedecked SAVANT TERRACEf"
0)009 the. way. tUted oa kee aiap loW<<. .b, lotus and axalea is ott II BEACH., GEORGIA L:: j !'
: / Dmctlr t* W.w.Orr.* WATER SKI7EXHIBtTION
SAVANNAH authentic copy of Far East .l/j eJ R-fflO fin**Burl "
eeaaswtcn Paradise .. the swat unHtual U.S.Route! 17 to Savannah,Georgia .
Write lot FRET 1947 *
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t mapand
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literature '
descriptive ttr.cb..f ;its
type en the .... -II OT EL Savannah Beach (18 maltS! )
AC. NYILLE to.ith.r ei below addfesseo '!' .11') JJ
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I American continent. QUEEN: Miss Peggy' Boyle l', e a."..: u..: -!, iaa One of Florida's finest Spring retort Wnn tr If'""
Spend a day! Enjoy; ourAmeitcan chosen "carnation queen" for I ,N .a. ,ii.rs: r ;r 't 1 \ I:1 hotels.. Facing Tampa lay and tropical ). J.Marshall Morrow.M1I\Jgtf GARDENS
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ASSOCIA nON
OCEAN HIWAY ,
't I Serena Park. Neer beaches golf
: .. ..O.:So nIl ..OJ Boa I SSIICaati. or Oriental) cuisine; sessions of the National Flower I courses, shops theaters. Prorate beach AMEIlICAr rttOPICAL nvrcuurnI
J ;=. MIMI Florid Wdatiaotoe. OoL in the faiciitating; atmosphere Show in Chicago, poses in a club on Gulf of MCMC ..A paradise I
i .. our Tea ,Room. Admission Spring bonnet appropriate to ,r' for newlyweds en. Spring ......ylll_. 300
.. ---r--- her comfortable rooms each with bath.
royal
; charges will' .. deducted; from position. | Modem fireproof consfnlct lII. Special
'dinner checks. Spring rates during April, May, June.
MIAMI Selected clute I.. .Harry K. Nosh Managing
Bellar? Clearwater OMYOURWAYHOME! Director.

GALLING I.....* Ur*. M4 O..r. Ul Pt.,..
, A Short Drive front Dui miM. .tem.tI"t! i Gt.." c...
St. P.........., er Tempo Springs! S.....,N.vy'.glad: >.6th pad
Be sure and visit Miami .t .nchor. ReUx emid the scenic spltn.dor .. I fe
{ of the...utiful.St.Johns Rive
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l i during this'greatest ..
a So n. i P..L.tU nJ.rLwlJlaQuI
t of.all winter sea- -
sons. Recreation pro- 't "' G CRV1 .

grams continue un- :AG&tEST ...Si.SonaSitU. T M ORE st AV at. ,
: tort srA.sa.W 'j
J abated through March i
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and April. For the utmost G; Daw; DEPA c

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in comfort and I' rari of w
make the and 2.50NAS
Open *he Year *teedOpHenel convenience 4
J Air Ce ditienf! ALCAZAR your head- Na E / y
;
V SkyGM Root DinSng"tee" quarters while here. DAYS retrK da E :, 4 ;
Coffee Shop. ., Cetktait ..... For reservations phone HAVANA TOURS- I !t ; I
: ASIt blue Ct and g E luxnA
Completely ledece/ated, Miami 9-2481. t1 cbt
All New f.rpUhlngt. All Expense From Miami /\w; reel 3t7s psRulP Ag c, YOU pORTNtls.reteRE., rod pses. I TO HAVANA CUBATHE
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Travel '"ty yreneb C npotrd S $ sat mar pite a S.S..FLORIDA of America'. Sneit luxury liners.
1 I Lanier l Service one
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IN ts sailing again Leaving Miami you can BOW enjoy a
'. ;- s gee k, delightful dinner and a glorious evening of entertainment
ORMOND A. McABEE. Mgr. _, ;?'I'f' 3 aboard ship arriving next moraiag m romantic: Havana.
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,. "Your Travel Agent"AIR .- : a" DAjc ROUND TRIP FARE.Including $/|afOOmeals 1
: I and berth at coo only ,.*. T...e
BUS AND STEAMSHIP TICKETS, TOURS AND CRUISES r', jc-:: .. gI.
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; r'sT ztik MONDAYS. LY. Miami 7 P.M. AR. HAVANA TUES..!AM.
30 E. Pine Phone 5301
ON THE' 8AYFRONT AT FIFTH STREET ... ..WEDNESDAYS Lr. Miami 7 P.M. AR. HAVANA THURS.i JLM.JeJLFRIDAYS. .

Lv. Miami 7 P.M. Ail HAVANA SAT...i AM.I ..

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Puzzle Page 24 illJr fcmtfetg rnttnfl-&tar Orlando, Florida, March 23,19471
rmportajit c a year ago.The
Agricultural number of eggs In incuba-
tors March 1 was approximatelythe
; I, DICK COOPER same as last year and outputis
[Stndoy Sentinel-Star Agriculture! Editor Water Soil Conservation Work expected to continue steady.
and vital studies under-
ONE OF THE most perplexing Parley Slated Considerable pessimism prevails
in the Florida citrus industry, which would mean throughout the turkey hatchery

-more>toward improvement of quality than any one other industry with 15 per cent fewer

factor, is the puzzle of root stock Scientists know Florida agricultural organiza- Planned Five Million AcresWater turkey eggs in incubators than a

; that fruit on sour orange root stock is superior to that on tions will confer on their 1947 on year agC). _
legislative programs Tuesday at 2
Recently In post-freeze research -
rough lemon or even sweet orange
pjn. at the offices of the Florida .
they confirmed that citrus on sour orange withstood the cold Vegetable Committee In Orlando.
-tetter But why. no one knows It might be that in Nature's aim Frank Holland of the Flor- and soil conservation I ytttovefcekPride
Unexplained processes the sour orange root stock takes something ida Agricultural Conference Group practices will be put into effect Increase I ReportedIn Chick Output
voluntarily by Florida farmers
,from,, the soil that the others can not or in different and better reported. I almost five million acres during on 1iwetd
There be some undetected hormone that is I I
proportions may Industry representatives win the next five years'A. H. Reppardof # # #
absorbed by this particular root stock or it may have some hidden map a unified program to support Orlando president of the Florida I
effect upon the capacity of the leaves to absorb certain plant foods agricultural research and ,Association of Soil Conserva- Pack MovementIr Shows Increase yourself in growing

from the atmosphere Years of research have been put in trying personnel appropriations.. tion District Supervisors estimated flowers of exhibition quality.It's .
to solve this mystery for if scientists knew why and how sour orange yesterday. really if feed
One of their goals is to easy you
.root stock was better they could learn how to apply the fruits of ensure Reppard pointed to the accom- JACK GURNETT I Florida commercial hatcheries
to other root stocks and remedy their deficiencies that adequate appropriations are plishment of conservation farm i TOUT Own Staff Correspondent] reported a 50 per cent increase in -' with Vigoro, com
knowledge
'that' made to pay key State agricul- plans on 1,946,092 acres since the WINTER HAVEN Contending that canned Florida ,,. production during February total- 1'Y plete plant food.
differences.
*or tural that offered salaries by commensurate private concerns.State with. first of the State's 36 districts was I juices have moved out in heavy volume in the ling 1 1-2 million chicks Statis- Vigoro suppliesthe

VNE: POPULAR CONTENTION among growers is that 'inferior 'internal agencies have reported loss organized March 20,In 1940.Escambia County on last few months-under the impact of drastically lowered U.S.tiean J. Bureau C. Townsend of Agricultural Jr.. of the nourishment

,. ',vT citrus quality caused by the lack of organic fertilizers of many workers to high paid private "Estimates prepared with the retail prices, down as low as six and seven cents'for a No. Economics said )yesterday. flowers'need for

during war years "Give us organic fertilizer instead of that employment.In U. S. Soil Conservation Service 12 can-many Florida processors:? are. awaiting the next I Thb compared with 1.022000 t ,
synthetic stuff and you will see better fruit" they declare Actually addition to Holland who and the State Extension Service 'Neusen food index report which] hatched the previous month but

there ]is no scientific basis for this although it may or may not also Is manager of the Florida expect more than 12,935 farm- is due to be presented at the Florida i represented a slight decrease

be true ..From the standpoint of fruit quality, there are several Agricultural Research Institute en and growers to participate Citrus Commission offices in from the 1.523,000 hatched a !WVIGOROa..un
advantages In the use of inorganic nitrogen which Is absorbed Immediately of Winter Haven other representatives in the program Involving 4,906- Lakeland I year ago.
.; by the tree and does not linger through the Summer 'to meet Tuesday Include 785 acres in the next five years" on Wednesday of this I
week. It will be recalled that lastFall Total production this
I however
Reppard saieLThe year -
. is available to the tree and must befreduced :
Organic fertilizer not readily the Neilsen people reportedthat
is
,
ahead
slightly of last
Used in the LaMonte Graw. manager of the 36 districts include 18.978- I year,
i to the inorganic form before it is absorbed there would be a carryoverof with 2,522.000 chicks hatched during
: Winter it stays around the trees through Summer tending to make Florida Vegetable Committee of 098 acres of which 17 districts about 17 million cases of citrus I the first two months. -I CHECKERBOARD
quality fruit. Orlando; June Gunn. secretary of were formed during the past three Juices-and this is blamed by "
coarse:
the Florida State Cattlemen's years. many for the extreme low quoteson Nationally, commercial hatcheries -
Assn. of Kissimmee; H. R. Bingham The Peace River district In De- the 1947-48 pack to'date. One reported four per cent fewer FEED STORE
USE OF rganic fertilizers Is better when the growth Soto has chicks last month than in 1946.
HOWEVER. secretary of the Florida County the most ambi- thing was made by several
Is the objective rather_than fruit production .'. Seedmen's Assn. of Jacksonville; tious program with 400,000 of her canners-they belie that pipe- The demand for chicks for I
On young trees the continued presence of fertilizer in the soils W. W. Giddings secretary of the 414,720 acres expected to receive ,... line stocks are at a less than nor commercial broiler production 66 W. WASHINGTON ST.
during the Summer-time "pushes them along at a time when they Citrus Research Liaison Committee conservation farm planning. mal figure-nhat is. the juice thatis continues slow and the chickenfeed "WE SELL PURINA CHOWS

') are making their greatest growth. Adequate fertilization' hasr of Winter Haven. Volnsia County Is second with at all levels of distribution ratio is less favorable than
; meant much to the citrus industry. E. T. Lay. secretary'of the Flor- 393,430 acres and Highland canner to consumer. This is evidenced I
'. lad Dairy Industries Assn. of Jacksonville County is third with 350,000 : .. they say. by the frantic !
,!TF THE DRASTIC, February freezes had come 10 )'ears' ago the ; Dr.Ralph L.Miller secre- acres planned for soil and water scurrying around of some big
tary of the Florida Horticultural conservation work. buyers who are trying to get
tJ- would have been much greater than it was GROVE OWNERS
damage to the trees Society of Plymouth and C. C. During the, next five years 'f stocks to cushion against what
this time But groves generally were In good nutritional condi- ;Holloway. secretary of the Florida through the co-operation of farm- they think will increased prices.
'tion despite adverse weather conditions before the cold Scientists Poultry Producers Assn. of Cler- ers and growers paying their own Florida canners are quoting 90
declare that on the whole Florida growers are following a good cul- mont. costs. 1.256,215 acres will be devoted cents a dozen No. 2 cans on orange MAKE MORE MONEY
ftunl program particularly to fertilization Except for the generous to water control practices. juice only a few pennies loweron
applications of fertilizers trees would have had less cold resis"tance. This compares with 143,836 other ,types-and are not in i
Agent ExpectsSubMarginal acres used for water conservation too much of >a hurry to sell. If

during the past 'seven years the Neilsen survey shows a big WITH CITRUS CROPS )I
LAMONTE GRAW
carry-over-there is bound to bea
through the soil
conservation districts .
continuedwarm
OPPOSED TO the good fertilization practices the
AS Reppard explained. to speak here. lot of eyebrow lifting and ques-
weather during the bulk of the Winter tended to keep I tioning of the figures. ,
the trunk and limbs of the trees in an active growing condition Plans include 133.720 acres to FROM IRRIGATED GROVES
This accounts for much of the bad bark splitting sustained by Grove Discard( be contour developed for terracing and SUCH ORGANIZATIONS
farming as against 109- FARI ToHear
young trees which will seriously retard growth Particularlywas 644 acres A: Race. Inc. of Winter -
this true on the southwest side of the trees where the sun had By TUCKiR IRWIN tice. already put into prac- i I' Haven, who manufacture a IRRIGATION yields higher return because

intensified prior growth There isn't much that a grower [Our Own Staff Correspondent] Cover crops rotations and other aluminum Irrigation pine and it increases the production per acre. Improves
DELAND-Although the recent I II
can do for bark splitting as- the tree.mast heal naturally Its own freezing temperatures in Volusia soil improving practices will be j Evans Graw customers picking ladders that, deliveries are telling mightbe their the quality of your fruit. insure your crop.

cold wounds. County wreaked considerable destruction placed into effect on 478.935 acres : slightly delayed-not because against dry weather losses and puts extra

'* there is another side of as compared with 246,850 material shortages-but money into your pockets. It pays to irrigate
ed
: OFF REFERENCES to involved technicalities of the the picture which end in to date.Reppard. I
rpOSSINO may up because of the heavy demand.
Gen. Mgr. R. C. Evans of the
: also listed
,>;A myriad traffic rate rulings which affect every box of oranges or the improvement of the quality of ponds develOP-I I The recent dry spells brought on
planned IRRIGATION the continuous development
for
Florida Citrus Commission and assures
Volusia County's citrus production.W. the of lot of and
crate of celery which leaves a Florida grove or field. Sec..Mgr. John fish use a new pipe
.A. O'Rourke of the Growers & Shippers League is one of the most J. Platt Jr.. Volusia agricul- as production which Mgr. LaMonte Graw of the the field crews definitely like and normal growth of your trees,

;vital persons in the entire agricultural machinery of the State tural agent said yesterday. falling recharging water table.areas for Florida's :I i ida Vegetable Committee Flor-1 the lighter-weight aluminum It helps to produce full bloom at the proper -

;JWlth ease the little Irishman can chatter cheerfully on involved Groves areas suffered located in so submarginal much dam-- More than 2>,i million acres two of the principal throwing stuff-and light-weight pickers don't fuss aluminum at- time and to hold it on the tree. It also helpsto

;Interstate Commerce Commission regulations tortuous rail truck age that most of them will be will be devoted to combined I the annual meeting of the Florida ladders around where they set the fruit and to bring on early maturity

and water manipulations which are so complicated that the unin- abandoned he pointed out. treatments of pasture develoo- Agricultural Research Institute I require help on the long cypress and better fruit sizes.
formed are helpless after the first turn In punctuation In his'bsckground This in the long run will benefit ment. tree plantings and fire here April 16-17. I ladders. *
are decades of thoughtful studying of one of the most the county because it means the control and woodland management : I
of commercial quality of he said. This will almost Institute Mgr. Frank Hollandof I COMING week will see
llntrlcate[ phases relations based on literally stacks oranges produced will I THIS
triple the
land stacks of petitions hearings reports rulings regulations and be imnroved. 130 present total of 869- Winter Haven said Evans )' one citrus meeting as IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT

Statistics Yet be can rattle off casually detailed accounts of the Much of the development of the past acres seven so developed during wcnd! speak on "The Florida far as is known at this time-

; ;I.t. and traffic situation on almost any commodity route and sub-marginal lands into groves "Florida's farmers yean.are becoming Citrus Industry Its Organization I!quite a change from the routineof
has the last few months. The Federal -
proven through the PIPE ENGINES
years PUMPS
4 I transportation facility. economically impractical because aware that, they may lose their Operation and Outlook." Marketing Agreement con- -
greatest I
I
asset-water-and
they trol committees have set their
they either much fer- up
require so will discuss "Develop
| 'MOT AMONG THE least of O'Rourke's assets Is his personal 'tilizer are co-operating through the soil I Graw new rules for two weeks. The only *
that
or care only in
J-\ nation's exceptional conservation districts as the ments and Trends In the Florida I of Neilsen ENGINEERING SERVICE ESTIMATES GIVEN
C acquaintance with the men of the transportation years is any real profit I meeting the report ses-
iHe knows which men to rely on and how and where. derived. Then too the quality of democratic way to save and restore Vegetable Industry." j jI \t sion-although such men as Gen. T"

It enables him to reach for a telephone and call a high Govern- the citrus product is rarely as goodas pard this declared priceless heritage." Rep I The two-day meeting headed by i,Mgr. Bob Evans of the Florida COMPLETE IRRIGATION SYSTEMS"SPECIAL

ernment official and find out the facts of a threatened rail ear those produced on good lands. Farmers'and landowners Institute Pres. Fred F. Coffee of Citrus Commission and Frank
in each Seymour control committee manager -
shortage and present this State's needs and requirements reliably Pratt said. of the 36 districts elect five supervisors Jacksonville has an intensive point out "just anythingcan 1NG CFA
and familiarly And men of Florida agriculture of the transportation be Platt urged that these groves to direct the program. I 1 gram reviewing the entire pro-I I happen-and it usually does." -
systems and of Government know he can be trusted with discontinued and the land When a farmer wants assistance I'''of the State's agricultural
their Interests and those he represents so competently used for more suitable crops. in soil and water planning he I '
Grain requests -I Volusia/ Gains
try.Other County
crops particularly were it through the supervisors. !I speakers will discuss cattle -

SEPTIC TANKS recommended which mature before and those frost crops dan- If approved the request Is pastures, fertilization fiber 'I Premium. Hereford Herd I
AUTO. Placed before the officials of the plants sugar cane tobacco and
Special 4o The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
BUILT-INSTALLED state Extension Service ,peanut production.
ger.Usually and the
these sub-marginal landsare U. S. Soil I DELAND-Volusia County now

:SIAT"COYEaS The use of REPAIRED StroDe"Jjeor..addsIn cold spots to begin with and The SCS has Conservation a work unit Service.techni- Tung Oil Growers Seek has another herd of purebred beef,I
unless some early maturing crop cian assigned cattle. County Agent W. J. Platt
to
your plumbing system is each district to i I
o High Grade Materials or very hardy plant is grown the supply technical Jr.. reported.The .
detrimental to the septic tank. advice and planning Price-Support; ProgramTung ----
e destruction will continue to repeat without herd a small one of Herefords -
Your Choice of Colors Approved by State itself he concluded.In This assistance cost to the farmer. oil growers in Florida may was bought by W. H. Mc- faBOX? 3743-PHONE BUS-630 W.CHURCH ST
, S W* InstallED Board of Health many areas these lands have from a two-acre may vary be hearing soon of a Federal incentive Bride of Seville at a show and sale I i
PLUMBING REPAIRSBY been well utilized for seasonal Columbia planting in program for production.. in Ocala.
County to a 160-acre Sec. John Ford of the Florida
KAYO'SItl Licensed Plumber/ grazing he pointed out. grove in Lake. Or it may include Farm Bureau reported from

411 W. Concord Phone 476Cj holdings of more than 30 farmen Washington.
N. Main_St. Tel. 782 Directors of Vegetable such as the "muck pond" Secretary of Agriculture Anderson -
"Steam Cleaning. Simonizing Project at Pierson in Volusia has been urged by Southern
, and Undereoating" I j Sim I. MIMayUWN Committee to Meet Here County. growers to announce a pricesupport I ANNOUNCEMENT"TO

--- ---- Directors of the Florida Vege- The soil conservation district program stimulating Tung oil
table Committee will meet Wed- program grew out of Northwest I I production. Ford said. The oil is
MOWER HEABfUARTERS nesday In Orlando to discuss their Florida spreading first over needed for paint production he
legislative program.On northern counties and then down added.
Four Proven Models-We Stock the PartsJOSEP the agenda will be consid- into Central Florida. Hillsborough

Complete Repair Department eration of the proposed permissive and Manatee Counties mark its 200 Herds ot Purebred .

ORLANDO BUMBY HARDWARE WINTER PARKHACKSAWS CO. and commodity tariff, farm problems.sales labor promotion crop reports activities southwestern River boundary.Count advance Its southeastern and Indian Beef Cattle ReportedSpecial THE CITRUS GROWERS OF CENTRAL FLORIDA ,-

Supervisors' estimate of additional [ to The Sudsy Sentinel-Storl
Spraying tomato farm plan JACKSONVILLE There are
with dithane-ztoc sulphate-lime plants well next fiveears! by counties during and the now 200 herds of registered beef Today, more than ever in the light of lower and lower citrus fruit prices and the ever increasing

before the disease appears will districts are as follows; by acre- cattle to Florida L. H. Lewis live- production,costs, the citrus growers ot Florida are challenged with the age-old problem of better
prevent the destructive age: stock specialist with the State
disease from developing.late blight Perdido River tEscambia 1 38.- Marketing Bureau asserted.He quality citrus fruits at still lower production costs. This challenge cannot be met successfully by

and Bay 46,655; Holmes Creek says the State's cattlemen using "hit-and-miss. "stab-in-the-dark" cultural practices which are surprisingly enough still
[East Holmes need from 10 to 12 thousand more
Jackson] 48,000 and Northwest purebred bulls in addition to the very prevalent in many groves but can only be accomplished by employing the skill and experienceof
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PalatWJ-T.ps--IhtaM [Leon 70,000.Jefferson varieties grown commercially often carried on by Federal State and private agencies.
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COP Winter Garden Road 100,000; Madison 70- ,
000 excellent quality or other characters .
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: RADIORKPATJt 75,000; Marion 200,000; Gulf Manatee River [Manatee] 250-

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Jumper Creek [Sumter] 110,975; 000; Charlotte 250,000; and Hen-
sERvICBSOUTHERN Pasco 150,000; Pinellas 25.500; ,dry 225000.
MUSIC Hillsborough 200.000: Volusia 910; Blackwater [Santa Rosa 18.- 1. Over a quarter of century experience in raising citrus fruits_ successfully In Central
m H. Orat TeL am 393.630; Lake 122.650; Orange 000; Yellow Water [Okaloosal Florida.
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ORANGE AVE.. WINTER PARK carefully in your grove. ,
v From 8 to 8:JO AM & 4:30: to 5:JO PM' Against West -African Tail Lice
Florida Appliance & Supply Co, 4. A modern soil-testing laboratory completely equipped with the latest Instrumentsto

formerly Horn laularxm Co. Orange County Agricultural Agent Fred Baetzman keep your soil reactions correct; this will save money by putting the correct

yesterday urged all dairy and beef cattle owners to take type and amount of nutrient In your soil when and where they de the most.good.

precautions immediately to eradicate the West African
COPING SAWSHYfLEX 5. Our Horticultural Consultant who through all the various sources keeps as
Tail Lice which is infesting herds.
INSECTSCan thoroughly informed and advised of the latest technical advancements In grove
.. "The first report of .this insect was two years ago, but care. .
it nas spread so widely mat it nas
BLADES BOYTE. one ef Central" become a menace to the cattle industry R ,- *
Florida's biggest and best Exterminating ." Baetzman declared. through spraying -or dipping. THIS SERVICE AND FURTHER INFORMATION NOW AVAILABLE AT t.-, -<*
I In mixing the or dip a
companies. Cus- When afflicted with the lice i spray
tomers protected under $5.... the animal becomes emaciated. 1 1-2 per cent DDT solution .
Bond. Licensed and insured "Although the bulk of the infes- should be used. This is obtained %

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rats roaches termites ants tail, it also infests the ear." I soluble DDT solution with four
etc. Call or write I Baetzman described the lice i, gallons of water. "Grove Service of all kind J
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OrUad agent immersing the entire tail in the ..
I urged using a DDT solution solution."

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Orlando, Florida, March 23, 1947 She &unfct y &rnttnr1-Star Page 25 9-

WASHINGTON [UP] 'Although the dreaded foot-and- Cotton Rice Forest Lands Care \

mouth disease is still 350 miles from the United States-: ,

,Mexican_boundary; livestock and dairy interests in this.

country are worried over possible infection of their herds. Fire
Against
Congress b has been asked by Secretary of Agriculture: Rats Studied 0 Urged .

Clinton P. Anderson to act quickly'"' *
to give the Agriculture Department [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star *
experts the authority they need togo [Special! to The Sunday Sentinel-Star of] GAINESVILLE-Now is the time for the Florida
into Mexico with a control and Townsend Asks SANFORD-L. C. Whitehead A. C farmer to take measures to protect his woodlands from
of Interior
>
eradication program. Pressure alsois the U. S. Department .a4+ so
great for the completion of a Fish and Wild Life Service, who late Spring and Summer fires, Louis T. Nieland, forester
a fence along the border. visited here recently has been with the State Agricultural Extension Service declared.

..., Agriculture ..Department Citrus Reports making a study of the cotton and "There was a fair seed crop: last Fall," he explained..
their I .responsible for vast destruction 4. ,.kx esA'
scientists have mobilised rice "and millions of baby pines now ,;manpower for Immediate action in sugar cane and truck hidden in dead grass will be des
should the infection develop in, I I Citrus growers and shippers are crop areas. troyed unless they are protected the forester said this ran be"done
herds in this country. being 'asked to report by March This, he said, is a small short- from fire. successfully with a new tool
While they wait for action from j 28 on production and remainingcrop tailed rat feeding In the rough "If there Is danger of fire which recently came on the
market and which takes the
Congress they must face the fact I estimates in a survey being terrain on seeds until truck coming into the forest from outside up
that approximately 151,800 cattle conducted ,of the entire industry crops are grown and is then forest seedling with a core o(
it is wise to plow a fire-
soil around Its roots and Is also
entered this country from Mexico by Statistician J. C. Townsend Jr. very bad on sweet potatoes and '
line about 50 fret wide around
between Oct. 18 and Dec. 27. when I of the U. S. Bureau of Agricul- many other vegetables. Much of the woods. I used for planting the trees.
the quarantine was temporarily tural Economics in Orlando. the sweet potato damage he As the demand for slash pine
t suspended. said .was found in hammocks "Such a fire-line win not only :seedlings has far exceeded the
These figures as reported. to protect the forest but it will pro-
While they stare across the border further south. supply produced at the State Forest
Townsend will furnish the basis vide much good grazing if sodded i
and realize that the most con- out a'' Service nurseries during the
: I for his April report to be released The method of putting down to bahia i
tagious cattle disease known to bait In the carpet or grass. past few years farmers mho want=
science is prevalent they know ,i April 10. most effective poison Because many farmers have trees for planting next Fan .01
however that to.date no cases of I "In order to furnish the citrus sugar cane areas has been and to broad-poison 1 14i harvested only the best trees. I do well to place their orders "as
the infection have appeared eitherin cut sweet potatoes there are numerous unprofitabletrees
industry with information as to soon as possible. County agents
this country or in Northern the final out-turn of the early cast them through the fields by In farm woodlands taking up will help farmers place orders
Mexico. truck or horseback before the that should be
and midseason orange crop together space occupied by
TREATY VIOLATED with reliable data on' the cane 1s too high and matted but thrifty young saplings. i Navel oranges were not produced
.
Basis of the present threat to I progress of the Valencia and that 'the U. S. Sugar Corp., at Nieland advised farmers to go in commercial Quantities
the cattle industry from foot-and- grapefruit harvest the BAE is Clewiston had devised a way of ? through their woods now. mark Florida until the season of 193940. -
mouth disease can be laid to violation asking growers and shippers fora putting out this bait by airplane. I the crooked limb, diseased .1 -
by Mexico of a preventive comprehensive report of their This method Whitehead said SHOWN ABOVE IS THE NEW, improved length to fit into Howard crates. The actionis and fire-scarred trees and remove

treaty. production and utilization." I has greatly reduced the cost oferadication. celery harvester, invented and perfected by so rapid that large crews are kept busy in them for fire-wood or for
Lack of authority for Agriculture Townsend explained. The bait i is mixed lumber or pnlpwood.I LAWN
Department officials to cooperatewith with poison in a large cement Willard C. Silva of Sarasota. This harvestercuts the field just picking up the celery as fast as I "Such improvement cutting he

other countries on.a scale In one section of the ques-asks I mixer and the plane can cover tops and bottoms off celery simultane- cut, so that it can be rushed to packing I said "will give the remaining good EQUIPMENTLAWN
sufficient to control and eradicatethe tionalre. the statistician the 500 acres in 12 minutes. ously-leaving stalks of exactly the right house for washing and packing for shipment. trees a better chance to grow and
for confidential figures on
infection on the other hand I The rapid drying up of the will make room for a new forest. MOWERS "
number of boxes picked or shipped -
also has played a major role in the
sweet potato sections formerly In making improvement cuttings. LAWN HOSE
present situation. I I last season the this number I caused much trouble but a new it is very important to leave SPRINKLERSRAKESPICK.rp
season
Anderson's request that Congress and picked the or total shipped remaining. I method of the department has Spring Vegetable Harvest enough seed trees however. CARTS
act with emergency legislation asks also i been to poison the bait with zinc The season for planting forest HEDGE SHEARS
to meet the 'peril carries* Separately the BAE 'phosphide, then give it a coatingof trees is about over but farmers
with suggestion that for the of Valencias remaining -
It the a percentage
who have open places in their Wilson Leonard
mineral oil and which
large appropriation will be need-, suitable for fresh shipment parafin
woods that should be planted win
ed. a : ; that suitable for canning holds it fresh for many days and Late and ShortAdverse
r.c. : Expected find it worthwhile to take up slash Hardware
: makes it to rains.
With an estimated 'two million and that which will be a completeloss. Impervious
pine red cedar from
or seedlings
'I I These cotton rice rats
plus cattle in the quaraptlne area or are 42 W. Central Ph.117'
of the also causing trouble at both I spots where they are growing too
nelghboringcountry.'live.stock i Felsmere and Okalanta weather conditions are I encountered for many years" in South and Central Florida. thickly and transplant them in
destruction"undoubtedly will when the two Governments exe- sugar continuing to delay developmentof Statistician J. B. Owens de- I Cucumbers: A severe beatingwas the places where no trees are
have to be scale and plantations In South Florida. SHe
on a grand at "
cuted a treaty to safeguard live 'I' Spring crops with most har- clared. given the Spring crop by .the growing now. I
a great price. said he would to this
stock interests by prohibiting the return vesting periods expected to be late "Heavy rains have been general, weather and the yield will be.decreased In late Spring and Summer. ,I
How much of bill
the this
coon i WELLS DRILLED
section in the Summer and should
Importation of livestock from and short. the U S. Bureau of and frequent causing substantial i materially. Earliest pro-
Wtry..I for will keeping have the to pay infection as the out price>of i countries where foot-and-mouth 'I any of the local farmers be experiencing Agricultural Economics reportedin losses in acreage particularly in I II duction will come from small cov- around the Lacrosse area is reporting I Anywhere In
domestic disease is known to exist. any damage to celery its mid-March vegetable crop I the Everglades and poorly drained' ered acreages around Winter Gar-
mated herds .cannot be esti- 'INFECTED CATTLE ADMITTED I by these rats he will be glad to survey. fields in other areas. Several periods den. and Wauchula and the trough a good stand. I II FLORIDAANY
now. I, Fifteen years later in October. meet with them and !give assist "This Is one of the worst of high winds have added to crop in the Webster-Center Hill Squash: Winter volume will
The of.the
history present out-
I
continue light with considerable
1945. the Mexican Government in I have I !
Spring of the vegetable
seasons growers the hardships section. SIZE
break can be traced back to 1930. i
re-planting done of Springsquash
what the Agriculture Department
interpreted as a violation of that I growers. Escarole: Youncarreare is but good production ANY DEPTH
treaty permitted the entry into ance.Alachua I' The RAE said hardy and celer-crops, making good growth In the later scheduled in April from Indian-
that country of a consignment of RateIn !S HigH such while as needing cabbage cool weather for I Winter-crop in the Everglades, town. Pompano and Dade County. FOR n031&-
approximately 130 head of zebu development, have not with a few scattered plantings Plant Citm begin harvesting RANCHOR -
their best
cattle from Brazil where the Infection I the cold weather around Sanford Oviedo and the middle of the next
is known to exist.That was benefited by Zellwood expected to increase I' month. GROVE:
due to -
the start of the current crisis. Beef ProdSpecial I uctionndoy as much low as expected temperatures prolonged and I I production next month. Strawberries: Some increase In .
Last September a second consignment light movement Is seen from the We Guarantee,
of 327 head of cattle wet conditions. Okra: Planting has been heavy StarkeLawtetlon In ariy .
was permitted to enter. On [ to The Su Sentinel-Star] I I Lima Beans: The Winter crop this Spring with the principalareas April. Water or N.-

strong protests from this country -. GAINESVILLE-Ask Cot mty Agents Loonis Blitch and in the PompanoDelrayBoyntonsection comebackwith around Plant City Ocala' and Tomatoes: The Spring outlook Pay
Mexican authorities under- has made little Williston. continues poor with blight hampering -
Bonded took precautionary measures. Tom McRorie Jr., and other Alachua County folks where I light supplies expected for Peppers: Volume with small the Fort Pierce acreage and -1 We will glady
Insured But the infection had already the best beef cattle are produto :ced, and they will expect you the remainder of the season. sizes is expected to continue at rains hindering other sections. '
gained a foothold.As get the right answer from heir 1; county's 1947 record. Progress of the Spring limas has present levels from Pompano with Production from the Winter acre- give youFREE s
r for the thousands of cattle And they cite the record: been slow with the Everglades some shipments from the lower age especially in Dade County is aEstimate
which entered this country late < acreages reduced by drowning West Coast and the Lake area. almost over.Watermelons. .
a last year when importation restrictions -- Grand champion steer of the with most early plantings in Haw- Cold has held the Central Florida : The Central Florida *

were dropped for a while Southeastern Fat Stock Show in I female and grand champion female thorne McIntosh Lacrosse lost plantings in check. Transplantingis shipping season around Lees- i 38 Month
Edna ;
Ocala exhibited I
tinder impression that the disease by 4-H Mary club of the Dade County Fair in due to seed rotting in the ground. expected to start in the Mc- burg is being delayed from two to ,
Jackson. Gainesville girl.This I
was under control they are I'I ; Melton.I I Snap beans: :Much acreage in I Intosh-Gainesville-LaCrosse areas three weeks due to the need for to l'a1"2>
E.
also cham- Miami exhibited by A. I
'under constant surveillance Joy official steer was grand the Everglades is stunted with Irregular within the next two weeks. numerous re-plantings to replace I
'I veterinarians. -:' pion of the 4-H class. Gainesville. stands of the Spring cropas Potatoes: Digging of the Winter crop damages by wind and cold. LIBBY & f REEHAH-'
g Champion pen of three of the Melton's herd of six females supplies continue light from Dade County crop is almost ended Practically all North Florida sec
I A total of 218.642 citrus trees Southeastern Fat Stock Show and two males won in all, 14 the small surviving Winter acre- and recovery of the Spring tions will have made at least one 711 W. Church SL TeL SttProtection
'moved from Florida nurseries to exhibited by Herbert R. Dear red ribbons in this around Pompano. Plantings weekend
blue and.two age plantings in North Florida is slow planting by this
will I Florida destinations in 194546.' High Springs. fair. in Central Florida around Sanford --
Champion heifer of Florida and Webster have made poor
"*r WALKER State Fair In Tampa exhibited by All the winning animals shown progress and considerable replanting -
at1F10GLL AIOt CHIROPRACTIC HEALTH. A. L. Jackson. Gainesville. by Alachua County exhibitors was necessary In North '
were Herefords. ....
OTBtlBIUTlNC CO. SERVICE Champion bull of Florida State Florida.
4m.&Nno Raat.A Dr. II. T.Uthlant Fair exhibited by T. D. Matthews Cabbage: Shipments continue at .
refs 4 tMu.WAswboa.e Chiropractor Alachua. I COUNCIL NAMED I I a low level and movement is expected 6eQutV \ 2
A ns w.,CotoBiai Dr. Reserve champion steer of West [Specie! to The> Sunday Sentinel-Star] to continue light for the NeW
Phone4168 Florida Fat Cattle Show In Quincy COCOA-Officers of the Bre- -,
j remainder of the season with some
)KtBter FtorMa Nanoul I I
t Pert CMIMI AiMci rto BrenlBfi by appotatmeai exhibited by Betty Simmons. vard County 4-H girls' council, Increase during April.
Archer 4-H club girls. This steer elected at a recent meeting include Celery: Yields showed some \\-\o11\e ; ,1lifeti11e
was also judged champion of the Betty June Platt, Melbourne, improvement during the second Your
4-H class of the show. [Grand president: Pauline Griffis. Cocoa half of March but even so vol- for
Land Clearing. Grading i -Paving champion of the 194S Southeastern Earline Gill. Titusville, and Esther ume should decrease during the
Fat Stock Show was shown by Bennett. Eau Gallic, vice presi- next three weeks. Setting of
Betty dents: Mary Ann Nicholls, Cocoa !
Spring Is ending with
acreage
Earth fill/ available in ,any quantify Champion and reserve champion secretary: Evelyn Gulls Melbourne Oviedo Zellwood and Island
bulls of Florida Hereford treasurer and Lois Nobles. Grove expected to wind up this ;t.
Hoary Equipment for rent Show In Ocala exhibited by T. Titusville. State council delegate.Mrs. weekend. I
D. Matthews. Eunice F. Gay home agent. Corn Considerable replantinghas
DRAGLINE .BULLDOZERS TRUCKSGQPGANS First place junior bull of Florida is in charge of girls' club work in been: necessary and the final 1
Hereford Show exhibited by Paul Brevard County. to be reduced.
acreage is expected Roof
Emery. Alachua,4-H club boy. I Eggplant: Fair recovery Is being
Champion and reserve champion Ranchers Apply Lime shown by the Winter acreage

iJ": junior bulls champion senior [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] around Pompano with occasional
bull grand champion bull reserve i-
"
..;; :' TAMPA-Hillsborough County shipments from the Fort Myers
Tel. 6903 champion female, champion cattlemen applied 800 tons of lime and Everglades sections. Transplanting -
junior female champion senior I Ii to their pastures during the past: : I I' is seen active hi North ER
month. County Agent Edwin W. Florida soon but wet and cold has
Booth said. I delayed acreages in the ground with .


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to County Agent H. O. Harrison. i

.j.i More than 75 per cent of its crop land has been pre- III

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i being operated, most of them by I ,
war veterans. Much new equip I Harrison also reported that L.L. "English Slate"style, for a home ter, cooler in summer, for aluminum is

ment has been purchased by'' Colvis. former county agent of that's tops in fresh, lasting beautyforroof one of the belt insulating materials known.
Carbondale HI. recently planted
farmers recently. I I I !
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Fall, and is construction -
i I next planning ,
deza seed for pasture
planting on of these
modern
land, the co-operative purchase of a fish pond on a 320- distinctively styled shin- quired., The. accurately formed side-lock
t being arranged by Harrison. They acre farm. ,j gles is only slightly higher than that of snaps together with weather-tight precision -

are G. W. Sapp, C. M. Hewett. The county cent and others ordinary roofing-their cost per year far -a fact you'll appreciate when wind
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A. L ALEXANDER, INC Jess foreman reports. 63 per cent through the work of THE SUPPER CLUB I I PERKLE'S GRILL Tickets at Annie Russell Box Office and from Edna Paul, Met
L Wurlitzer Notable among the orchids are the Orange County Youth Councilin 44 W. Central Ph. 9323 | 1714 N. Orange Ph. 2-1223 canine, San Juan Hotel Orlando 5366.FL4MIMGO .
,. : Offeri jaAL.Ow**" the pure white Cattleya and the the city Judge Mattie Farmer
PIANOSAuthorized I Sacred Nun Orchid, so called because said yesterday.
ONE DAY SEBVICE
Wurlitzer Dealer Factory Trained Mechanic an image of a hooded nun I I The council hopes to extend its
within its throat.
COOPER'S MUSIC STORE Herb Hnetele. Service Manager can be seen work into other towns and citiesIn CLUB CABANACentral CLUBPRESENTS
.20 W. Church St. Ph. 4852 I 124 W. Livingston Phone Z-1177 There Is an interesting group the county and this programwill
J of economic plants such as the be discussed at a meeting to
small coffee tree from Brazil, a"chewing be held at 12:15: pm. Tuesday at Florida's Newest and Largest Night Club
: --- -- I gum tree" from which the Greater Orlando Chamber of
Ii' ''I chicle is obtained, a strichnine Commerce.The 3 MILES NORTH OF ORLANDO CITY LIMITS [U. S. 441] JAY MILLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA

;: "THE FIVE HUNDRED CHASE" vine cinnamon tree, tapioca work in Orlando last year DANCING FROM J TO 2
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tree and many other plants, Including I was financed by a gift of $15,000 SHRIMP NO COVER OR MINIMUM CHARGE
/. For the Discriminating a large exhibit of the from the City Council for a FLA. LOBSTER OYSTERS FROG LEGS EXCEPT SATURDAY NTTE-50c
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{ the extended work in the DINNER SERVED FROM 6 P.1\-1. to 2 AM.
i. From 1.25 The display of "George Tabor county will be considered at the BILLY ARNOLD AND HIS ORCHESTRA SATURDAY NITE TRY OCR NEW CHEF DIRECT FROM CUBA
Azaleas' 'is the largest ever shownin \ CHICKEN AND STEAK DINNERS OUR: SPECIALTY
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III program in celebration of that
on Sunday.
' I organization's 35th anniversary.Troop .
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PERSON PRESENTING IN PERSON interested in youth problems. As
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KofC Essay Contest

AND HIS"WORLD' Opens for Florida

Catholic StudentsFlorida

State Council of the
FAMOUS ORCHESTRA"Featuring Knights of Columbus announces \
from Miami the Immediate startof
its 19th annual essay contest
which is open to all Catholic High
National Poll Winners, Stage and Radio Stars- School. students in the State.C. A
Clyde Atkins Miami, has WARNER
Johnny Hodges, Harry Carney, Lawrence Brown, Oscar been appointed chairman of the .
contest which will close April 5. ACHIEVEMENT

Pettiford Ray Nance, Al Hibbler, Kay Davis and Marion Cox.. by State subject Deputy, chosen Carl by T. Hoffman.The the Most. ...ran .* IRVING RAPPER neeecu I. HENRY BLANKS I

Rev. Thomas J. McDonough .-
Auxiliary Bishop-elect of the ,...:
930to 9:30 Diocese of St. Augustine Is "Why
SATURDAY MARCH 29th a Catholic Education."
to Judges will be the Rev.Fr. Cyril 7rrT-5;
1:30 1:30 Burke professor of political w.n Op.r 1*43 Y.4
science and philosophy at Barry
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"WINNER OF ALL NATIONAL POLLS I IN 1947" Midshipman Robert HONORED F. Hale.sonof /3 ? ck1l !'
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Mr. and Mrs.Morris S. Hale, of
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Ellington's: Carnegie Hall concert was one'of those events. that makea GI GRADUATES
milestone in the history popular music.'* Pvt. Thomas R. Wallace, son of a.y,+ s ,J f 1
-New York Sun. Mr. and Mrs.J. B.Wallace, of 517 .. t r :4.., :. THII SILVERS WILLIAM GAXTON '
Hazel Ave. has been graduatedfrom
'+ "Duke Ellington is the pianist arranger and conductor of what has consistently the Army Clerical School at u 4
: been and still is the greatest jazz orchestra in the country." Lowry Field Denver.
New York HeraldTribune."Symphony .
The South American Goeldi frog b'i
Hall resounded with as many orations as there were hot solos has a dish-shaped back on whichit e .,
at the end the capacity audience cheered the orchestra and its leaders within an carries its eggs. .
inch of their eardrums." ,

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Collector To Speak camp an Pres.active In A.Glassport.member P. Swaidmark of the Gideon Is In New Recruit Training The Sunday Sentinel-Star Radio 'ProgramHarold I Bank Aids Vote


Before Gideons Jacksonville over the weekend Russell armless veteran who won two WDO HSO WIG (_*M) WOKZ (74O
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945 Johnson Family Tone Tspertrtes The Coronettea
attending the second annual Academy Awards for his performance In "The 10.00 Church of Air Maris of tsruJ Bop'ael Darfn6 w"k
F. A. Kelley deputy collector Gideon State convention. Wins PraiseI 10'15 Chvch of Air __ Mnate .f larael II.... Morn. Mule' U.S. AffiliationFlorida
Best Years of Our Lives and Orchestra Leader
With him are E. G. Rich State System 10'30 vows of Propb0e7 IIoutbfor1l.trea 8u1l. Mora. Mule1
of Internal Revenue In Gl ssport.I 10'4 voice of Prophecy Soatherealre6 .._ 8un. NOrD Muale1
president: Marvin Powell. R. L. Frankie Carle are guests on CBS' "We. The Peo-
Pa. will address the Orlando 11:00 New. ___ lit Methodist Ch. Dim for Ustnln"
i Sims James C. Kribbs and other ple.1 heard at 10:30: pm. over WDBO.Tchaikovsky's 11:15 Dr. Osfcorao ___ lit Methodist. Drawn for Ustatn' Association of Bank
Gideon at"their breakfast' meet Orlandoans.f I ? COL JOHN M'EWAN IORC1 11:30: SIt Lake Choir lit Methodist Ch- Windsor l SUin! Q t
Symphony No. 6 ( Pathet1quewill ] 11'43 ban Late ._ Hal .
Sentinel-Stor] Choir lit Mfthodttt Ch. Proudly! We :Auditors and Comptrollers closed
[For The Sunday comprise the entire "Sunday Evening Hour"when 12-00 In-. t* lousing Nevs Summary N,w. _________ -
tCoL McCwan: an .Orlando native officer In the Curtis Its two-day session at the Angebflt
MM S. Oraat John 12.IS In*. to Lcmmin Th* V.obondi _. HollyWd Salon Or.
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.I'Star ) DUCX INN Blossom andONeal Co. Inc-, insurance firm and commanding officer: of a Dr. Karl Krueger conducts the Detroit Sym- 12.30 Gospel Hour Sunday Strtnts Hollrw Sales Or. 'Hotel yesterday by voting to join
llr. Trail phony Orchestra over WLOF from 8 to 9 pm. U 45 Gospel Hoar u___ Raymond Swim __ HollyWd Salon Or.
We serve the same delicious 'foods from noon tO ( that 'GI field artillery battalion during the war. recently went to Fort Knox -The Sacred Writings of Buddha" 1 OO Gospel Hour __ Married for Lift America United i the National Association of Bank
yon get during the evening. Ky. to look over the new system of recruit training the Army hopesto are evaluatedon 1:15: Gospel Hoar -._. Married for LU America United Auditors and Comptrollers.
,bench SHRIMP make universal for all American youngsters 18 years old. Here CBS. "Invitation to Learning. 12 noon from 1:30 1:4: Ban.Howard Serenade HL smith... 11 Sammy:.,.. Fact.Says lists U 0.ef f Chi.Chi.R R'ndUbl'ndt b.1, Actual affiliation will not be
Filed JUMBO S1.25 d are his lmpresslons.-Ed.l WDBO. closing the second four-week panel In a effected until after forms and
series of 33 broadcasts devoted 200 Wkly New Review Dsn'r.Dr.Ilsnrld RCA Victor _
to "PursuIt of
other Information have been
received -
FORT KNOX, Ky.-It's hard to believe but the Armyis 211 Wall News Re.1e. Dan5Y.Dr.r1.af1d RCA victor ___
aa: Happiness. 2:3e Hers s To Y. __ Lutheran Hour Sunday M.thle. from national headquarters.
making topnotch soldiers without, benefit of profanityand An Easter Trilogy depicting the Betrayal the 241 Ben'. T. Y. _hu Lutheran Hour __ Sunday Matlne.300 .__

,' by treating enlisted men as normal human beings who Crucifixion and the Resurrection win be heard In If. Y. Phn. Oreo. Open Rouse ,-... Bandar Matine The group discussed in detail
3.15 N. Y. PhiL nIL Open House ___ Sunday Matins two objectives which will be the
have individual problems. three successive Sunday broadcasts of -The Great 3:30: R_ Y. PhiL Ona. Pr,&. fr'. Ho7.a.d Sunday Matine enlargement of membership and
I Un -here where the cold is buried 664 vounesters-all est Story Ever Told beginning at 6:30 pm. today 3.45 H. Y. Phil. Oreo._ Air Lane Trio _. Bondsy Matinee the drafting of by-laws of the
4 OO N. Y. PhiL Orch. These Our ChJldr'B Pr..-' of Tomor'w
18 years old-are demonstrating *" over WLOF. "The Betrayal" tells of The Last association.
4 13 N. Y. Phil. Orch These Our Children Trade Wind Tav'rn
1 c. t- the methods the nation wanted to Supper when Judas comes to life In the script. 4.30 Hour of Chsrto Week Ar'nd: World Patterns in Melody Emmett O. Bates, First National
use to'provide a reserve of young : as do the followers and disciples of the Lord and 4 45 Hoar ef CharWin k Ar'nd World Patterns in MelodyS ,, Bank comptroller was named
Dare for Bough orchestra
Roar
00 Family NBC
men trained in military prac- : the Roman soldiers who came to Imprison Him. 5:15: Family Hour __au Darts for Dough NBC Orchestra president of the organization at Its
tices. S'30 Bias Carmiehaal Counter Spy NBC Orchestra "
Vera Appleton and Michael Field duo-pianist opening session Friday.
In nine weeks they have becomethe s"s ae 5 45 WIIb1rer Counter Spy .._-NBC Orchestra _
team are guests on CBS' -Family Hour." at 5 p.m.
best disciplined outfit in the 6.00 Oiste Harriet Drew Pearson _- Sacred React __ .Of the 10 minion adults listedas
from WDBO. They Join Mezzo-Soprano Rise Stevens ._ ... .
S. They look like 15 Ouie Ac Harriet Doa Osroiner Dart Rote Orch.
U. today.
Army Tenor Jimmy Carroll and Al Goodman the 6 30 Kste: Smith Great Story Told Boa Burns Show almost illiterate in the U-5.
1 soldiers, act like gentlemen and su: SUte South Great Story<< Told Bob Barns Show census. 3 million never had attended -

lie in-barracks equipped with all chorus and orchestra. 1 00 Gene Aatry ____Mysterious Trs-lr Jack Benny '___ school.
the comforts of home except Gene Tiemey stars In one of America's best ':15 Gene Aatry --_- Mysterious Trarlr Jack Benny ___-;

mother. .. known light comedies. "The First Year. on "!'hea- T:JO: Blondta Blond _h_______ Calif.Calif. Melodies Melodies -._-_ Pitch Pitch B BandwatonT:45 .nilw..onOO '

---FI E LI LL' The mothers of America would ter Guild on the Air" at 10 pjn. from' WLOF. The a Baa Spade ..--.. Sun. ETC. Hour Stars of Tomor'w OFF THE RECORD.
late Frank Craven's play recounts with under- '"IS Sam Spade Baa. En. Hoar Stars of Tomor'w:3O
approve this new model Army ': Crime Doctor Bun. 1;... Roar Musical Showcase at
CentralAvenue 4nt unit and they would approve standing the difficulties that beset a young coupleIn .45 Ned Calmer ._____ Sun K-e. Hour -_ Musical ShowcaseOO Associated Music Centerby
3
V the new things for which the wJ the early crucial days of their marriage. .- Rildecarde Walter WincheU Pops Concert _.L.
r 9 15 HUdetarde Louella Parsons __ Pops Concert ...
I I U Army is fighting. The approvalof 6:OO WDBO Melodies(SaO_ News MfLOF. __U-O___... WO HZ ..3C Eddy: Bracken .-.. Jimmy Fuller __ Pops Concert ,..-.
Is what Situ en New*
America's mothers 1:15: Melodies __ Glory Pleasant Glory FTianUTrto 9 41 Eddie Bracken: u__ Policewoman .n_ Pops Concert ____ VIRGINIA PAYNE
the Army wants because behind t t.1 6:30: Melodies Glory Plcsfnt Trio Chapel In the SO d0 Take It. Leave It Theater Guild Variety Roar ....
We're this radical experiment lies the 4. 1'45 Melodies __u____ Chapel In the Sky Chapel In tha Sky 10:15: Take It. Leave It Theater Guild Variety Hour _
Located at No. 7 South Court Street 7:00: Methodist Hour Organ Re..1I1. Nv7:1S ____ ____ 10:30 We. The People Theater Guild Variety Hoar __ As
hope and prayers of the Army -.1.11j : Methodist Hoar h. 10.45 w. The People __ Theater Guild __ Variety Hour --__ you all probably know. Duke
Organ Re-tills Music by Sweeten'
There must be a reason General Staff that universal 7'30 Master Sinters Organ ReTtUls Homo Bible School 11.00 News-Feature World Tonlta.8pta News from NBC Ellington and his orchestra will
why the crowds to the military training will become a 7:4: Bob Jones _______ Organ H -eill. __ Home.BIble SchoolS 11:15 Report UNO _____ Eddie Stone Or. Caner BearehinteV be at the Coliseum Saturday night
S are going 00 News ____._____ _._ 11:30 Music Yea Know Eddie Reward's H. Russell's, Music
New. Summary News March 29th.Get tickets
part of American life and national ? 11'45 Music You Know" Onh-Ne... ______ H. Russell's. Music your NOWat
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CLOVER GRILL! security. f' t Jil 'S-15::3O Christ Decision for Now World, Saver Tsbernsels String Church OTCSB NBC String Recital Q'rtet--- 1300 News ____ __ Bus Off _____ News _.,- I Associated for the big dance.
There Its' :: 6'45 Christ for World Tabernacle Church NBC String Q'net 12 IS Music Ray Eberly ____ ,While you're In, you might want

" Home Baked Clover Leaf Rolls Top military thinkers in this (.. : .. ,... ......, .oe-CBS News Coot to C. on Bus World News" "--=: _- 12'30 Music ______ ,_____ Prancia Craig Or. to look over our collection of The
: : 14" "' < : 12 45 Music Francis Craif Or. II
look at the atomic .Ji.H.ti.- Renfro .._
Pies and Cakes Baked on the Premises nation took one '* I 9 IS VaneCosit to C. on Bus Story to Order I Duke's records. In the Hot Jazz
-
___ 'I.-OQ ._ _
9:30 Renfro Valley Too Tapestries Words If Musi Sign Off Mews etl
bomb results and realized that JOHN M'EWAN h SUp
COL
: Only Grade A Western ,Meats Served I 1 Classic he plays "Metronome All
: Fresh Vegetables in Season never again would the U. S. have visits 'guinea pig ',. I :Out" and "Look Out!" His show-
i the time to train and equip an trainees are confined to the post and training for a year at 18. The John F. White 49. of Zellwood.l piece album. BLACK BROWN.

CLOVER GRILLNO. Army capable of defending this for the first four weeks. Thereafter first six months would stress development -1 according to her will filed for probate \AND BEIGE consists of a few of
I nation without an adequate back- wartime outfit I saw. passes are granted for some of the Individual soldier. yesterday in County Judge''?his own composi-
log of trained soldiers. Hence the 3. None of the man have towns and cities near the post. If After that there are many options tions. and gives a
I 7 SOUTH COURT STREETj support for universal military been In any trouble In any pass the passes are overnighters the for advanced training in the mili- I Victor Hutchins court.The will estimates sketch of his Life.
t : Cloised Sunday training of 18-year-olds for a year. town. trainee must specify where he will tary academies. colleges the Na- the estate at $105.000 of"Tiger Rag" Is "

; The 664 youngsters here today 4. There hasn't been a single spend the night. If with a private tional Guard. Organized Reserve which $60.500 in located In Florida the main feature

are in their 10th week of training case of venereal disease. family the home must be ap etc. to complete the year's and $45,000 elsewhere. |in the ELLING- 'II:

and they are being used"guinea 5. There have been few eases proved. Otherwise overnight pass in? required by the train-I TONIA !
i r' A"New and Larger I pigs" in a demonstration test of of AWOL. holders must stay at the USO or The program is keyed to keep, .o :Some of the other
how the Army would handle your 6. Medical checks show the the YMCA. A system of "sign-ins" our nation strong. It has been t good ones in the

boy and mine should military men are mentally and phytlcallyin checked by duty officers makes developed intelligently and far- ;useR same set are' :
training become compulsory. I better shape than when they certain that the trainees spend the sightedly. I believe it will work if (RI Creole R h a p- _
Swanee River Tea RoomMR. entered the Army. night where they have announced the mothers of America will let it ." "Awful Sad." .and "Jazz::
After a quick look at the early "
results I'm all for the program.I I How has this been accomplished they would spend it. work. And if the unit now in I Convulsions.
believe the training is more ? Thus far this system has worked training is a fair example of the I If you're In the mood for a good

AND MRS. HENRY H. KUBIK valuable than the same period Mainly by throwing out the wonders. There has been none of job that will be done for the I I jam session. be sure to hear Stan

in a military school and I believe time-worn customs of Army train- the street corner fights the rows I youth of the nation the mothers I Kenton's album of ARTISTRY IN
in bar and other di should let it work.A I RHYTHM. Vocalist June
rooms Christy
ing and using the hard-earned les- I
Invite to visit their the Army can make soldiers ordera'l
you and good citizens at one and the I sons of World War II training. so frequent during the war ; strong trained reserve is all' adds her usual touch of dynamite.The .
spacious new Dining Room"forida's same time. plus a generous dose of old fashioned There are few dances given for : that we can rely on to preserve' I King Cole Trio's second
decency and'precepts of the men on the post. The girls the peace. volume of songs is in again. Remember *
When The Sunday SentinelStarasked Christianity.And invited to them are picked by a UMT will provide that reserve. I II I Harold Russell the one you all wanted-
/ Finest Cuisine"OPEN me to take a look at the it works wonders! committee of officers and local the one that has the good tunes
Fort Knox plan frankly. I took civic organization representatives. Winner of two Academy Awards 'I alike' "What Can I Say After I Say
The 664 men in the experimental -
off from Orlando skeptically. Asa Mrs. Jane F. White I'm Sorry." "I Don't Know Why."
this tells what can do to
EVERY DAY EXCEPT SATURDAY FOR DELICIOUS outfit were not handpicked.They Regular Army barracks are year you "
officer I I
VMI graduate a reserve and "I'm In the Mood for Love.
LUNCHEONS AND DINNERS for and a veteran of Wbrld: are a physical and mental used for housing the men but I Estate Left to Son help him and other disabled vet-
years convinced that the : cross-section of volunteers for the the interiors are finished and erans. On "We The People." I Ir I I I Piano solos are :feZur In
War II I
Beautiful'Luncheon Parties, Dinner Parties and High was the' Regular Army. Some have high painted. Radios, reading and j The entire estate of Mrs. JaneF. .-. -- demand now. One al-
tough loud top sergeant
IQs. Some are illiterate. Some are writing materials are availablein White who died here Feb. 18 at bums of this type Is PIANO RE-
Teas and hard drill master and the old army
$1.00 $2.00 FLECTIONS by Joe Reiman.this
physical giants. Some need a vast.amount the old squad The
methods were. what It took to in- rooms. 82 ears of age is left to her son ;: t he plays "The Very ThoughtI
of building up. All are barracks become more homelike i
Let us help you in planning your next party. grain discipline.It treated as individuals and their to the trainee and yet maintainthe ''i 1 I I You" "A Pretty Girl Is Like a
take to dissuade "
Our great desire is to please a didn't long personal needs and problems care- atmosphere of a military J. 'Melody." "Make" Believe, "One

discriminating clientele me.Here is what I found in this ex- fully handled. organization's questers. PERPLEXING I I I Hour With You. etc.
The cadre chosen to Instruct While looking over the pro- i iI Andre Kostelanetx has made' a
perimentaloutfit.. this experimental unit was hand- gram I Inspected the barracks and new album and the beauty of'it
FOR RESERVATIONS 2-0883 1. Morale and discipline: are picked. It had to be-for the sergeants found them far neater and cleaner PROBLEMS of can't be expressed In words. Not-
higher than In any other unit i is It In the smooth
only played
corporals and other non- than the war years barracks.In .
473 South Orange Avenue in the Army today. coms had to forget their own basic the mess hall the old "grab- CHILDAND Kostelanetz way. but just look at
drills and
2. The unit "
YOUR the selections: "Lover. "It Mightas
training and the methods they it-first" system is gone. Dining
marches far better than "
anyFor
Well Be Spring. "Blue Moon.
used in running wartime outfits if room etiquette is taught and "
this experiment was to work. table manners stressed. HOW THEY MAYBE I I Frankie Carle ,I I"My Heart Stood SUH "If "I
Loved You.Wher.. When.
or
Commanding officer of the new In the training program
outfit Is Brig. Gen. John M. De- EASILY OVERCOME and others. It goes so well with
emphasis is placed on allowing a Top popular record star in 1946
vine an outstanding officer and man to keep his Individuality H A& o o tells what his family did to help on-coming Spring fever. I would
4 like for all of you to hear this album -
gentleman. His staff and officers rather than pounding Into him he
TI him reach the top.TONIGHT. best he has
; because it's the
were handpicked for the very is just a cog in a great big im- DR ERNEST OSBORNElOTf
;RIV'SAFGlY qualities they hoped to instill into personal machine. D CHILD PSYCHOLOGIST ON I I recorded In a long: time.
until next
the men. Education achievements of the Time to sign off. so
PRESENTED BY week same time;same column
The General has an advantagethat trainees are recognized and vocational "We, The People"WDBO
I ;
officers commanding correspondence courses are -a
CHILDCRAFTWDB011:15 I ::>
trainees during the wartime used in study groups With in- 1 L

lacked. All of his men are of the structors.In &c7-o. C/dCf1'l
same age group. There .are no the vocational training classes = 10:30 .
J.p / world-hardened veterans of at night such things as bookkeeping L $.T. M.c.G.UlF 1
barrooms and the vicissitudes of typewriting radio repair : A.M.I I MltOBOUUON. Associated Stores;,;

life to influence the ;youngsters. radio announcing. radio produc- OSCAR BRADLfTS 0504. 143 N. Orange Aye,
Phone 5300.
The program had been carefully tion and newspaper organizationare I t

considered by Gens. Eisenhowerand taught.
Pevers before the 664 men Special services courses Include

were called to act as guinea pigs. Glee Club band dramatics con-
Eisenhower decided that com- ducted tours ball room dancing


: p : [ 4 ;'FLORIDASUNDERWATER.AIRYi.ANO: : should course.pulsory have attendance a part in the of training church and But ahtletics.training when It program comes to the a military new- Tonight at 8 P. M. WORZ a aThorpe's


And so church attendance is trainees get the same medicine
compulsory for the first four plus the war-learned changes
weeks of the program. After that that the GIs who fought the
the boys have their choice and the Germans and laps received priorto

chaplains give talks once a week. their departure overseas.Of .
A Treat
Special .
When the group arrived here course the regular'' Army

Bring the Family to Eat at: screening showed that 42 per cent peacetime COhour"eek Is the ..
of the Protestant trainees belonged working schedule but the "guinea .

JOYCES DRIVE IN to no church. Of these. 72 per pigs" arise at the same time as
cent since have been baptized. regular Army men on the post

Only 42 per cent of the trainees run through the same still drills d d'K
r j Jy. attended church at home. Of the and exercises and draw _O?; duty

others.church 83 regularly.The per cent.are now goingto just uniform.as any other buck private In

chaplains during the war if UMT goes into effect the men

:4 : years worked apart from the men; called would have civilian status.
jj now their offices are In the area They could not be used for combat -

and are available to the men at or sent uverseas during i ace-
all times. time. 0 ;:
Dinner Luncheons served at Picnic
or
Tables-Out Door Bar. or Curb Service The morals lectures of the old The UMT goal Is to train one
at your car. Army are a thing of the past in million men a year at a cost of

You Get BETTER TOOD. QUICKER this training course. The warnings $1 billion a year. During the war
SERVICE and LOWER PRICES at UM against the perils of physical con- we spent billions daily.At I
Drive-In tact and what to do about them the Nuernberg trials testi- -

Sanford-Orlando are out. The lectures are based on mony of high ranking German officers '
Highwayat the moral side showed that if the U. S.
of
MaltUnd : : promiscuity. '
:::: i-: ir There is a taboo on the use had had such a system of military i: Sj

OPEN 12 TO JLVD C TO 12 DAILY.AND THROUGH 1Z ON SUNDAY. of profanity by officers cadre training operating and had obtained I
and trainees. Cussing brings demerits a backlog of trained
Fire demerits cost a soldiers Hitler never would have

trainee an extra hour of duty. moved against Austria let alone

and all minor infractions of Czechoslovakia and Poland and finally -4.
YOU HAVEN'T SEEN ANYTHING regulations bring demerit the remainder of Europe. $

The demerit system is backed bya The Germans told us that our

court martial on which sit the unpreparedness created Hitler and
Until You've Seen The men themselves with an officer allowed him to go to war. r. j -

NAVIONPREMIER acting merely In an advisory If we had had the UMT system -
.. capacity. In force from 1923 to 1935.
Another offense which bring demerits when Hitler moved into the ,
is gambling Gone are the Rhineland we would have had
SHOWING ALL DAY SUNDAY hours when off duty hours were 12 million trained soldiers ,

occupied with dice and poker ready to take up arms. Sucha Listen Appear
games and the same few soldiers force would give any dictator

\ Showalter Air Park wound up with the entire company pause.
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The pass system is stiff. The 1943. calls for registration at 17
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Poi 28.. Tljr &unbau &rnt -&tar Orlando FIor'lda.Morch 23, 1947 Yacht Owners 7th Coast Guard District Miami; ...J
$ I Commandant 7th Naval District. 'JI .

.s -1:*:COMPLETE_ SERVICE BUSINESS Central Florida Ballet Orlando Plans To Be Cited By''I Naval Venezuela Air Station.Cabinet Jacksonville.Quits I' PUBLIC ADDRESS EQUIPMENTCheap


IBOOKKEEPINGFINANCIAL EFOBTS.) WITHHOLDING TAIaocw. Coast Guard I|I CARACAS Venezuela [UP TheI I Public Address Equipment is a poor

:, MALCOLM INCOME SECURITY B.TAX ROUTT TAX Ready for Orlando DebutThe Salute to ArmyGreater Privately owned yachts acquired handed Venezuelan its"resignation Cabinet last to the night rev-1 I: investment. We can and will sell you what

IS during the war by the Coast Guard olutionary Junta to permit It3l you want in both Public Address Equipment
Tax Consultant are' now eligible to receive the
,9 W. QUell TH. K) Central Florida Ballet, made up of Central Florida Orlando Chamber of)Naval Reserve Yacht Owners Serv- complete reorganization, it was and Interoffice Communicating Systems.
dancersa nd trained by Prof. C.'L. Ebsen and his staff will Commerce will : ice Certificate, it was announcedby announced. The Junta has been J
make its initial Orlando appearance under auspices of the sponsor Army Day: 7th Naval District Headquarters. ruling the country since the revo- : Over more than 20 years experience is at
and Army Week here April 7-12 in .
01- Greater Orlando Chamber of Commerce at 8 p.m. Tues- co-operation with the 14th Air Yachts Jacksonville acquired yesterday.by the Coast lution of Oct. 19. 1945., which deposed -I your com nand
Oljlo day in the Municipal Auditorium. Force and the Orlando Armv Air Guard through purchase gift. PreS Isaias Medina Anga-I
I An all classical program will be'' t I Base it was announced yester-i'charter and Coast Guard vessels I rita. I See us before you rent or buy.
Have You presented by the ballet which has day. which were manned and employed.j
Tentative call for radio by the Coast Guard 1
plans fun
on a time
appeared in other Florida cities The Finest of Fine
n addresses by prominent membersof otytoan basis are eligible. i
received with success prior to coming to I I local, civic. fraternal and mill-) Yacht owners eligible for this I Shoe Repairing I MILLER RADIO CO.
o your Orlando. I tary organizations over local radio I II certificate should forward requests Factory Shoe Dyeing
The program stations. for certification of eligibility -
Y la A PrniUii Market Choreography by I Attractive window displays adding to the Commander of the SERVICE SHOE SHOP I 139 S. Court Street Tel. 7463
flMAP0of Edith RoTS.lt Interpretation Ketelby of the local color will be featured byI Coast Guard district I
Oriental tone poem by
Camel Drr er. Judy Plnne Dorothy tI w I Yowell-Drew-Ivey Co.. J. C. Pen- In 1206 E. Colonial Drive r
Florida the addresses
Waa. Barbara-Meyer Betty Meyer ney Co..,Sears. Roebuck and Co., are
___ _
Be e.er ?._ __..Canna n__ Edith Jean LoucUPrtnreu Royal I :-i : t I Rutland's and Dickson-Ives. .
Jal'lrn ?Joan Demaitns Patty Ann
The in Orlando win
Jackson. Pauy newcomer Eunice 9i program
RinaldlBnaka be co-ordinated by Walton Me- 1

, io ORLANDO 0 Caliph Charmer__-_:! __Mary h___Elizabeth_ John Bethe Betbea tf Jordan. president of the Greater
Dance Concerto (Choreography by Marjorie Orlando Chamber of Commerce
Tepaic Inspired by Oriec immortal and Lt. Col. Dean H. Esheiman,
U musk from "Boa* of Norway"Pa
andWinter de Troll Marcaret Fiequete. June 9 Army Week project officer for
Howard. Jimmy Crank t t OAAB. NCNEr
o O Clawelea Roios Red Carnation) n gar /
Marjorie Tepeie Ray Putnam will act as chairman pEN
Park Dense Macabre (Choreography by Edith ,
Roval)) A modern ballet of eerie I of the window display com- J
D abstract quality to the music of mittee while Jack Pedrick will
from the !BaintSaens.Ghost __Mary. Elisabeth Betbea. Joan (head the committee in charge of
O Demastus. Jane Howard. 4 4i radio programs.It I
Patty Ann Jackson, Mar- 37 West Church St.
ORLANDOTRANSIT .._
caret PLY aett Carma was announced at 14th Air

Death _Loucks.______ Edith Royal I ..H Force headquarters that tenta- Orlando Flo. -
CO.IT'S Hungarian Rhapsody ''Choreocraphy by tive plans are being made for a ,
MarJorie Tepsic) The brilliant composition : K. R. [BOB] WILLIAMSON parade formation at 4:30 p.m.
this character of Frans. ballet.Liszt gives spiritto I was recently appointed on Army Day. DOORS OPEN AT 9LM./ "TALK ABOUT VALUES,
Peasant Girls Judy Ficne. Martha
jj FREE Gibson Barbara Meyer. Betty man at Thorpe sOles-I' During the ceremony, military "
Meyer. Patsy Newcomer. awards and decorations will be FOLKS THIS IS IT!
Lassan-Friska __ __ MarJorie Tell8leNuter.ater by Virgil R. Austin, ,
presented the following officers
Q Just write or telephone 0 I Suite Music by by MarJorie Txb.icowsky.Cboreoar.pu :Tepslc). Williamson, long time Orlando I I I and enlisted men: ? .k LOWEST PRICE IN
A little girl baa fallen into unhappy Col. Leo MK f4 \
resident, served three years in F. Dussard Jr. com-
lleep because: she received: as a lift a use-
nORLANDO Q kae .uteracker. She dreams that the DU&- the Navy and was with As-I I mendation ribbon; Lt.Col.ThomasR. .PACIFIC I YEARS! WE BOUGHT
cracker turns into a handsome prince and Waddelton. Air Medal and Oak AT THE STROKE
takes her on a trip to the -Land of the sociated Stores before joiningthe Leaf Cluster rases
Candy Pairy" where she Is entertained : Capt. Warren N. TOO MANY! WE
TRANSIT CO. O by dancers, from many countries who livein Thorpe Company. I Modine. Distinguished Flying l '
the Girl land where__only Dorothy happiness Munson reigns.Ethic I Cross,the posthumous award being OF 9 MON. WE WILL SELL MUST MOVE
Nutcracker" '__' n_ Eunice Rinaldi Costume.". Norms Albert. Edith Royal. made to his wife. Mrs. W. N'j
46 Weber Ave.-2.0744' Danse'de la Pee Drawee_ Edith Royal Msrjorle Tepslc I Modine and M/Sgt. Linton .
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Danse Arab -- Mary Elizabeth: Bethea,Manager C. 1.Xb en MEN'S 1ST
__ Floyd. Air MedaLThroughout 3,333 QUALITY
Danse Russe Joan Demastns. Mattress de Ballet. Edith Royal. Marjorie SEE THEM!
o Eunice Rinaldl, Tepsie the week newspapers ,
Don't Dense Dante de Chlnoise Mirllton____.Fatsy' Newcomer magazines and radio will r r BUY
Fuss-
Marjorie Tepsie
strive to acquaint the American el'; 1 MUCH MUCH
D Valse des Fleurt HIGHER PRICED
Sen. Holland To .
Soloist ______- --.Patty Ana Jackson i Speak people on the relationship betweenan ,} ..a,< THEM!
:
Group Mary Elizabeth Bethea. RICHMOND, Va. [API U. S. adequate ,
army including the .
Ride The Bus Judy Finne. Martha Gibson t sj t i
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0OJloA Sen. Holland [D-Fla.1 will deliver .
O Carina Jean Loucks BarbaraAccompanist. National Guard. Air Reserve, the } i.
Mner Betty "eJ'.r PallY New- the Jefferson Day address at Officers Reserve Corps. Reserve
: comer. Joan Demastua. Virginia Democrats' fund-raising Officers Training Corps and national -I I SPORT SHIRI
Mary Gilmore celebration here Apr. 12. and world securityyd .


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You get 2 for the price you used to pay for only 1 t! Unheard-of- ..


First National wEAR AND DEALERS before VALUE!. Sizes Small, Medium, Large _,*V' <

SALESMEN '
TEAR Fine all-purpose sport shirts made by a fine maker!
BANK ,t COME AND .,

at a, NIGHT GET THESE! Of close weave cotton, in fast-color plaid prints.]
::- ,4ft 1 _,- ;:>": ._ AND INSTALIUNT NO LIMIT! BRING r
ORLANDO ;2 .- LOAN 2 buttoned pockets, convertible collar, ful -Hi:
DAY!
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FLORIDA ;",,. e" EK: THE CASH! It Counts' :
T .:. p ItbL.y ALL YOU WANT! cut and strongly stitched. Sanforized.

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MINOR Home Repairs r r.VAy.ViiflJ.

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i:. into an expensive A$
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t ': improvement job tomorrow I )''' 7 R 500 PAIRSTUBBIES .

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M NEW! BIG GIGANTIC FEEEASTERCLEARANCE
f ? Take time out-check ,

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the condition of .t ;:. FOR WOMEN! neeWOMEN'S
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} < your property TODAY! ..:, FOR CHILDREN! C COATS -' SUITSOne

: :-. Washable! Cool I Comfortable for
'! "- <. hot summer wear I at a price that rack of coats and units priced
t ,. : can't be beat! Think of it a fin to sell' fast! Few of a kind- ome one $
t colorful slipper for under $1. Mon of a style.All drastically: cat In price! .J 0 .
: : P r Others at $15 and $20. 2nd floor ,-
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,. -. day Selling. nelilnr
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; --- CLEARANCE!!!

;. ( ODDS and ENDS to GO WOMEN'S BETTER "
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/ 1 .-.tt'. 366 PAIRS OF DRESSY' SKIRTS NOWONLYIt's
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f-: -:, your buying in.
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: _.. : -; EASTER SHOES get yours. A few Better ones to

f :.: O' : f" 1l&ny'stJI that sold go at S2J30 2nd Floor. S

?Don't delay action for < L: -. for twice this price. CLEARANCE!!!

Patents gabardines
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I : r i the need of CASHI! .:: -,;z calfs. Few styles at $4
SWEATERSWe
.1 ,.t' -- .- and $5. All reduced!
"'"r All from our stock! PI.
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-1 1J : Apply for a won't carry one over! We pass the $1 .
"'s savings on to YOU! Deep, deep eat
;n .'1". 4. prices will tell the story. A very few at

5* ; FIRST NATIONAL Low Cost / I 111 'RS.GETTER. ft 2nd floor _


; CLEARANCE!!!

1-: "; property improvement PLAY SHOES GIRLS9 BETTER EASTER


:; : loan Up to 36 months; DRESSES

J" ; Bright, colorful cloth $
Broken sizes In lrls' dresses that must 2 .
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!t- ::,_' with NO Down .Payment! +. H play shoes in high *r move! \\e want action and action well
: : low heels! Many colors ret. Take your choice.of one huge rack. -
?d floor.
: : .. all at one LOW

rfCHURCH CHANGE AVENUE STREET price! Better Cone COME OK, GIRLS! COME IN AND GET 'EM!
Early. PR. EARLY!
COTTON HOUSE

.It is .our desire that all who .call here shall receive every courtesy" FROCKS
ONE HUGE TABLE TOWOMEN'S GO! .

it. So a,.&I6Nalager i
MEWS GOYS'HOUSE

,- Member Federal Depot ljuarsace Corpontxf SLIPPERS 2 FOR $3.0tJ:


We're cleaning our higher-priced slippers at Sizes 12 to 52 colorful cottons! Dressy Rayons!
a this one low price. Not all sizes! Every pair All included! All fat quality! Bring a frlend-
formerly sold for much more. Come early you'll both save on these swell home frock ""Buys.
Monday A.M. for yours. Buy 2 or 3 pairl! 2nd floor: selling.
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