Orlando morning sentinel
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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
Orlando Sunday sentinel=star
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: March 29, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075053
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System ID: UF00079944:00147
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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_ Power 'To Avert Western MOLOTOV RETREATS Powers IN BIG FOUR DEADLOCK Gird Senate Votes [ Income Tax ReductionBill

Phone Strike To Kill Sugar

%ll Be AskedSolon For Clear Ruling OnReichAu'strianAssets I Rationing'National 1 Passed by House

Would Let Scandal'Predicted

by Solon .
Truman DecideWASHINGTON MOSCOW [APJ Soviet Foreign Minister Molotov gave

[ UP ] ground last night under pressure from the three Western WASHINGTON [AP] Amid I Is Everybody Happy? GOP Beats Down

Chmn. Hartley [RN.. J.] of nations and agreed to -discuss a definition of German bitter charges by Sen. Tobey

the House Labor Committeesaid assets in Austria, the key issue in the writing of the [R-NH] that it was openingthe /&zv; \ V

last night he will spon- Austrian peace treaty.He I way for "a national scan- Demo Proposal.

Pres. submitted to the Foreign dal,'* the Senate approvedand

sor Legislation giving Near East Aid Ministers. Council a compromise sent back to the House last
to seek an Injunction -
Truman power
nationwide proposal which U. S. authoritiessaid night a bill to kill rationing and ff/J

telephone to forestall atrike the scheduled for I i Seen Hurdling unofficially acceptance.was Whether too vague Molo-to price control of sugar next Oct. 31. To Shelve Issue

7. I It stamped final approval on /

April He said the bill which he hopesto Threat of War tov's retreat foreshadowed agreement ,: the bill by a 46 to 34 vote aftera : 1k '"

present to his in doubt. shouted that his own party the ,
day would authorize U. S. Atty. WASHINGTON [AP] Sec- Molotov N By 273-137 Vote
For two hours clun& Republicans. must shoulder the
Gen. Clark to obtain an injunction' retary of War Patterson said steadfastly to his argument that "blame" for failure to extend \ C ; Republicans
without Government seizure of the \5 WASHINGTON rAP]
telephone faculties adding: yesterday that spending $400 any German assets in the Eastern controls for a full year. rammed their "30-

"I am going to'propose to the million of U. S. rounds to help Austin Speech Awaited He said profiteering and"gamb 20" income tax slash through

authorize the ling in sugar will create the scan-
committee that we Greece and Turkey against
LAKE SUCCESS [AP] United the House on schedule. yesterday
dal he foresees.
Communism "is the course least
States last night Russia
Emergency Service Planned gave Sen. DonneU R-Mol remarkedthat 273 to 137, and :sent 'ft
likely to result in war. and other Security Council mem-
ATLANTA UP1 Officials of Further he told the House bers advance copies of WarrenR. he had "no fear of any great to a less enthusiastic Senate.

the Southern Federation of Foreign Affairs Committee. there Austin's major American national scandal" and asked The final roll call found 233
Workers yesterday Tobey why he made the charge. Republicans joined by 40 Demo.
Telephone is no place in the world where the policy address today on the
offered to furnish the Southern could be Tobey replied that the October crats for the bill Against it were
money Greek-Turkish aid question. Ad-
Telephone and Telegraph Co. 31 deadline would put speculators"on 133 Democrats and Reps. EngelRMichl.
used to better ad- .,. vance distribution emphasized
service should notice when they can make ( Buffett IR-Nebl. H-
vantage. the the United i
the strike scheduled for April l importance the kill" whereas the longer con- Carl Andersen IR-Minnl and
Patterson car- States attaches to Austin's
Marcantonlo [AL-NYI.
I trol period would "make speculators -
7 oee r.President. ried along theAdministration. marks. The speech was expected ; blind." The bill would trim 30 per

to act forthwith in the s to clarify the whole broad "The speculators are not blind cent off the taxes of persons with

welfareAen arguments for American position toward taxable income up to $1,000; and
Interests of the public tonight Tobey yelled. /
Pres. Truman's .. 7 Greece and and attend- ,
he is satisfied that the pub- Turkey Sen. Taft [R-Ohiol] scoffed at give 20 per cent reductions tomost
proposal as an- ant U. S. relations with the UN. '
other taxpayers retroactiveto
Be health welfare and/or convenience the thought that there would be
other group of ] LE Jan. 1.Several.
is threatened. Zone of Austria belonged to Rus- hoarding of sugar before Oct. 31 )
apposition witnesses "ifs" make the futureof
Joseph A. Beirne. president of sia without question and that no end of controls.
Federation of Tele- told the Patterson hoard when I the bill uncertain.One .
the National definition of what constituted Who can inventory

phone Workers llnd.1 said he Senate Foreign Relations Committee i German assets was'necessary.The controls and rationing are in effect 1nc\.S/ Is the position of GOP

would bring Hartley's. proposal up that the plan carries the risk problem he said was covered and he can't get any more sugar / Senate leaders that the tax cut

for discussion before his top policy of war. adequately by the Pots- than he needs?" he asked. ( .. 1' should be effective July 1. Instead
Mark R. Shaw of the National of for the full of
committee today. dam Agreement which Russia has Sen. Butler [R-Nebl] said that year

Hartley said a majority of his Council for the Prevention of War interpreted as allowing her to take farmers should plant sugar beetsto _. I 1947. Another is the opposition

committeemen favor the legislation said the program means this: whatever she pleased. the limit. now that they know of Pres. Truman to any tax

which he estimated should be "We propose to stop Russia all price controls will come off of i'S cuts now; he may veto the bill.

ready Wednesday for House con- over the world-by force if necessary Secretary .of State Marshall. sugar next October and they will Yesterday's vote was one short

sideration. and it will lead to disaster French Min. Bidault and British get a good price." of the two thirds necessary to

... .". Secretary Bevin had insisted, override a veto.
Hartley explained nil DIU that it was te" define Earlier the Senate voted to
.would be an amendment to theNorrisLaGuardU Under the plan this country; what constitutes necessary German assetsin provide that this year's allotment The Senate probably will not

Anti-Injunc, would aid Greece and Turkey Austria. should be at least 35 act until late In April or later.

.tion Act which forbids me ef the with food war materials and They maintained that the Germans p_unds per person for home use. Before the final House vote the

blJaJleUea'lD private later disputes limited military guidance. had seized much Austrianand Last year's figure was 25. The Republicans beat down. 237 to'

.. Rep. Merrow [R-NHJ. remarked United Nations property with- prewar figure was about 59. Railroad EmbargoPut 172. a Democratic motion that

He said the "whole thing" that Russia maintains the world's out payment and this could not Also the bill provides that any Burns Fatal 'Red'Chief Hit: would have shelved the bill. The
be considered
German although it motion. by Rep. DoUlbton'DNC
largest standing1 land and additional be the Louisiana
would be called off U Government army was in German hands at the end sugar given on ( )
conciliators are successful In their inquired; of the war.UofF housewife until the individual allotment -
efforts to avert the walkout. "Would it not be wise in view of reaches! 50 pounds. Milk ShipmentsNEW "To recommit the bill. H. R. 1
To Local NurseMiss As Draft Dodger to the Committee on Ways and
the world situation to increase
Meantime, the Labor Depart our Meanwhile a Senate Banking ORLEANS UP] The

ment ordered its top conciliatorsto armed forces. particularly the air I Presidency Sub-Committee approved new "Jesse James" raids of striking I [Continued on Pare 4, CoL 3]

call joint bargaining confer forc'e. so that our diplomats would I rent control Legislation and Heloise Schabinger, Louisiana milk farmers won a victory -I WASHINGTON [IJP] Eu-

ences between representatives oiSbe have more backing" I sent It to the full committee.The 36, of 236 Ernestine St., died yesterday in their war to halt ,' gene Dennis, general secre- The WeatherORLANDO

union and officials of the Bell C Patterson contented himself Remains OpenGAINESVILLE bill would continue rent at the Florida Sanitariumand shipments to New Orleans as the) tary of the U. S. Communist AND VICINITY

_Wephone.System. It acted aftera with replying1 am a strong believer controls until Feb. 29. Hospital yesterday as Illinois Central Railroad an-; Party was denounced by Cloudy with scattered showers
in a strong air force." ,
Government-union conference The House passed; and sent to nounced it would accept no more today cooler Inafternoon..
[AP] State result of burns sustained in members of the House Un-
broke up in a stalemate. the Senate a bill which would milk aboard trains between here Generally fair and cooler tonight -
Certain FurTrimmedCoat Board of Control Chmn. J. an explosion In the office of Dr. American Activities Committee
abolish the Selective Service system and Memphis.The and tomorrow.LAKELANDAPlNorth.
Thomas Gurney of Orlando E. V. Adams. Orlando dentist, 300 yesterday! as a "draft dodger" and
at midnight Monday and embargo by rail officials
New Snow Storm Taxes to End told the Florida SportsWriters I Magnolia Ave.. where she was em- followed fugitive wanted by Los Angeles! [ Florida
office of Selective several hours
create an Serv- by only action -I
WASHINGTON [lAP Federal Assn. last the ployed Police for 17 will receive cooler weather with
night as a nurse. years. I
ice records to keep the wartime
by armed farmers to boatd
EastwardTo taxes will end 1 an scattered -
April showers the Fed
Sweeps on certain board has no candidate in mind draft organization on a stand-by Dr.C. A. Basenoar received hand I I| The charges were raised by today
fur-trimmed IC train at Amite. La.
coats and on boat passenger ; eral-State Frost Warning Service
and airplane fares to places to succeed Dr. John J. Tigert as basis. and face burns as result of the Reps. McDowell IR-Pal, and predicted. No frost is in sight
Atlantic CoastBy out- University of Florida president.Dr. I in search of New Orleans-bound i I
side North and Central America Tigert earlier this week sub- I British Flood explosion when he attempted to milk.The train barely halted. however -;I I Nixon tR-Call.fJ. who said investigation I{ through Sunday however. Partly

[ Associated Press] !and such neighboring islands as mitted his resignation effective Engulfs aid Miss Schabinger.A and the angry strikers were showed Dennis lied I cloudy and warm weather is forecast -

A new snow storm swept eastward Bermuda and the West Indies. Sept. 1.G1Irney.. Seven More VillagesLONDON five-gallon chemical container unable to break open car seals. I 1 about his'age to avoid the war- i for today in the south and
The coats exempted from tax central districts.
who spoke at the as- blew up while she was pouring hot Earlier. the farmers removed time draft and that Los Angeles
through the Ohio Valley and are those whose fur is not more sociation's said the API] Swollen Trent large quantities of milk from I,, I *
fanned out on the Atlantic Coast than three times the cost on other would banquet.be filled on a non-vacancy River broke its dikes and engulfed sealing wax on the cork of a bottle two trains in Tanripahoa Par- Police still have a bench warrantout : Cracker'Jim Sez
between New Jersey and Virginialast materials. The tax on other fur partisan and non-political basis seven villages in Lincolnshire, engulfing her In flames! Miss ish despite the threat of FBI intervention for him for jumping bail in
and fur-trimmed coats continuesat East Central England. yesterday. if the "JesseJames"raids That there pasture grass is a
with the selection resting entirely Schabinger reported. 1930 after he had been convictedfor
night. 20 per cent of the retail price. Some officials said it would be continued.The I glttin greener and greener all the
The belated demonstration of on competence and ability.In two months before all farmland 'She ran from the office and attempted riot. time now an ole Squire Larkin

Winter left layers of snow as deepas discussing Dr. Tigert's ten- could be cleared.In Dr. Basehoar. hearing the explosion 50 angry cent dairymen.hundredweight protesting -.' Their blast came after the says he's goin to _ _
llVt inches in its wake. and Tel Aviv Okays PetitionTo ure as president. Gurney declaredthe a per
Germany's Russian occupa- entered Dr. Adams' office price reduction for their milk. committee heard Pres. Erie tumtheme5o f'l' .
Washington was expected and to New bring York anow City.to Save Condemned Jew "obtained retiring outstanding university recognition head had ,tion zone. reports said more than t saw Miss Schabinger afire and promised "fight to the finish." Johnston of the Motion Picture I of hls'n in where aiJ ;
.6.000 Germans were trapped in ; that grass is long
The 11% inch snowfall was reported JERUSALEM lAP) Tel Aviv x x x by gaining enthusiastic sup- their homes by the Oder River threw coats around her to smother Assn. deny FBI Director J. they can
approved -
at MadisonviUe. Ky. and. yesterday the filing of a port of the university's activities." I:flood. and that approximately the flames. She was most severely 16 Nazis Go on Trial Edgar Hoover's declaration that fattenup. He '

nine inches at still Evansville. IndKh St.. petition' in the Jerusalem High 150,000 acres of farmland had II burned about the head and face.A For Lidice MassacrePRAGUE Hollywood movies were a happy done told me the
the snow falling. I Court in behalf U. S. Consul Threatened been inundated. I grazin in -
Kois i of Dov Bela Gruner I Bunsen burner on which the bunting ground for Communist grass
and Carbondale. HL reported [API Harold Wies-
Jew that back pasture
a sentenced to death for ALEXANDRIA [ propagandists.Louis I
UP u.s.
] Consul -
eight inches. wax had been heated was ap- ; man. 38. former Gestapo chief of i
where been
anti-British they
violence in ,
Palestine.! H. A. Doolittle has been India Riots Spread E. Starr. VFW Comman-
; five feet from the Kladno. and 15 of his Gestapo I for the last I
The northern border of the Judicial Committee of the Privy threatened with death for failing I proximately der-in-Chief earlier suggested the
snow area was a rough are between Council. Britain's highest tribunal to fly the Egyptian flag alongside Six Killed, 46 HurtCALCUTI'A exploding container. firemen said.' henchmen went on trial yesterday atomic bomb be turned back to month is so short
Springfield HL. and Cin earlier dismissed a petition the charged with the June 1942 the military and this recommendation -. a sheep couldn't find nothin to
consulate's Stars and tAP Rioting between Miss Schabinger came to Orlando -
I extermination of the village of LJ- I
cinnati.. Ohio asking leave to appeal from the I Stripes It was disclosed yester- Hindu and Moslem mobs I was endorsed "100 per eat. That water in Bogey Creek
I about 22 years ago from dice. J
death is higher than its ever been atthis
sentence. day. I I cent" by Chm.Thomas [R-NJJ.
A second low area who fought with knives spears
Lakewood. Ohio. She is survived I time of year an I dont haveto
moved from Canada into Northern and brickbats killed six persons I
I I Mrs. Gloria much of
by her mother. Mrs. L. J. Scha- Vanderbilt carry it atall to that
Minnesota bringing light, $750,000 WILL BE SOUGHT IN CAMPAIGN !and injured 46 others here yesterday Dewey Signs Strike Ban truck patch back of my house, an
of Orlando. The bodwill'
snow. The Chicago Weather Bureau as communal warfare spread binger. Confined '
to HospitalNEW ALBANY. N.Y. [API Gov. Dewey them peas an com is growln like
reported it would bring light over a wider area of the city. | be taken North by Mrs.
Scha-I YORK [API Mrs. Gld mVanderbilt ; yesterday! signed into a law la- weeds. That sunshine we are
snow Into Wisconsin and lower I The latest casualty figures. binger for funeral services 1 bill strikes bound to have for is shore
Orange under treatmentat bor-d nounced barring a
Hospial'sFund was I
I terment. The Carey Hand Funeral
Michigan by today. .Memoial which were released by the Ben- I
to be
such big help.
gal Government. brought the two- ] Home is in charge of local arrangements Harkness Pavilion of the Co' by public employes declaring a
I walkouts could "quickly lead to I &
lumbia-Presbyterian Medical Cen-
Ruhr Germans Protest 1 Drive To day toll to 15 killed and approxi- undisclosed the of all society" and TODAY TIDES
Open April 11 \ ter yesterday! for an paralysis
BERLIN AP] Germans in the I mately 150 injured. At 9 p.m. to J ailment. I to anarchy. O.yto'. Mete THWm- Hull.. 11:42: a mad .
8 p.m. curfew was extended to Paraguay President 1209 p.mLaw '01 m. end 10Coeoo
Ruhr wide staged demonstrations to protest overa Official opening date of April 11 for Orange Memorial eight districts in the city and police 1'rn *'*,* Tio.: EKb 11.92 a B .B4
area yesterday Hospital's $750,000 fund said the situation was quiet Reported Set to Quit MORE BODIES'Mine '12 18 P m-: Low 'II .... end 6 2O p...
raising campaign was announced EXPLOSION DEBRIS YIELDS 27
against the shortage of food. anda *....<.... Iniot TIM: Rich 1147: on.
mass demonstration was called yesterday by Harry P. Leu general chairman of the drive, I last night. I, BUENOS AIRES [API Paraguayan end.... 12.LI p m.: Lo. 6_M sn. Bad ._LI

for today in Duesseldorf. British who said that nearly 1.500 men and women in Orange exiles with connections Inside p sA ...._ alan '.20; jetS '..L
authorities Shift to Higher Teacher'' the Blast Dead Reaches 62
said.Tonight's Paraguayan Governmentsaid |
County are "on the mark" for the largest fund drive_. in th*> ; LOCAL TECPSIATUSSSBoenrOed
city's history.The -- ; --- --- Salaries Now Under Way yesterday they had reliable e, U.S Weather Bare. it

IIEAeILUI, 8 Movies___... 12.30. J 4". through drive April will 18 run at which from April time 11 a outlying cities throughout s. the'[I' WASHINGTON APJ National !reports offered Pres.to resign Hlgmio as a Monmgo result of had the Fear Final Toll May Hit 1 777 1 1 Municipal.I ....Mazunurn_Airport h -_. :141 75: Minirnuii 1 It... ,47.- 74

Jl&T "'n., '.31. county. Education Assn. said last night 20-day military revolution that sen. __,.._ 1141 Zp.n. __ ",
OXV RumonocM. 1230. 1 S OS. victory dinner will be held. Only turn", : 3.rn. 51 3 '7T
tide is to pa.
:2t. 130 two major report meetings will be The Winter Park division; will be -the beginning has torn hIs country. I I CENTRALIA, Ill. [UP] Weary rescue workers last 4cm. ...........51 4pm. 77Sam.
gwNT: DwcpUm. 230. :al. 9:11. held headed by Albert D. toward better salaries for teach The informants said the military 511: I ..... ............75
140.CAMEO during the drive. They will Flint. and ers. Its survey showed 13 State night found 27 more bodies in the debris-strewn corridors S .... -- 4) S p.m. 7$
.::40. 700.: The 120.usa or 1M cnu. I.U be on April 14 and 16. Leu said- Mrs. Jay Staley. 'Legislatures have taken steps to on both situation sides indicated were reluctant Army men to 1 of the Centralia Coal Co. mine bringing to 62 the number I 1 aa.. ____ 48$0 :I 7 5pm.len. pen.. __ ',14Sen. .
GRAND: Pit for a Klnc: 100. J'M. 1'.1. Leaders of the Mrs. said division leaders I I .. __ _
Staley teacher .5710cm.
meet what it called the H
S 10. 10:35; Crime Doctor U. nh..&. 120. men's division \ bring about wholesale bloodshed.' known .killed in Tuesday's explosion.The _- \ SCan. .,
4.43. 7::10, 1'>>. .. and captains for Winter Park "crisis." I.I They said this reluctance mightbe bodies were brought to the surface, leaving 49 men lien. ___.__. H liOn. ____ UJieoa
RIALTODvraoco, VtOer ReIdT l-OO. met yesterday to would be announced this week. | The report said 15 major cities' __uuu__ 71 i MidnIght .___ 54TIMPESATUSES
4.20. T4O.: 11 00. translated into a negotiatedpeace.
BaehaIor" Oouthun.
still for in the
a.so. 10. *30 appoint team Mrs. Grace Phillips Johnson reported increases in scheduled unaccounted i
.VOOOm:,.Th. Juacte Frlorttt. S'30. S'40. captains and set leader of the women's division. salaries for the present school filled corridors of the mine. of the men caught in the ex I WASHINGTON Wettterr EL3EWNERE: Scored: import .'
SO: Dow Uwourt' Wn. 3.55. T OS. 10'14. dates for worker'stnstructionnieet : they be found dead it would 1 24-boun .....
DRTVK-W: Mam' {root Roimbo YtUcr. yesterday added her appeal to year ranging from $200 to more gas-1 ploslon. It asked the Governor ( Mmpcratan_ for Ute .
l',' Boat Warnings Go Up the final toll to 111 victims. ins S pmUtw -
Uissinr Juror
that of Leu asking that "every than $600. t. "pleas save our lives. $ M* Lo I stat,m Hi LoAshertilo
APOPKAno. Show Off. ings.' First instruction soul in Orange county be prepared Thirty-one of the 142 men M 2. I Miami 1* 4ACJ
ctXKMOifT. it Bbooldat HIPPO M S All Along PeninsulaMIAMI State Rep. Carl Preighs a '
4 33 Miao-et. P. 41 20
Do* ; meeting to give to the utmost of their I I the mine when the '
Democrat. said he would ask impeachment AU... Cut 40 29 I Motoio '73 SIBirmirubsn
6ot DELANOrfco Fa DInpe. BoMoa Jofeoa Blatkfe Btorr' DRCKA a" tterCTSTTS :. will be ,April 8 ability to the hospltaribuildlnrfund 1047 OArch_1947AM lAP) Small craft warnings ripped through its miles of corridors of Green a Republican. 7O 39 Ktmtiomtrr 15 i7
workers of U-st night ordered displayed boors Boston 33 23 Sew OrleaM 7)Bofltio
Law for men as a means of assuring us were were rescued few
JMM 7U UW Tl *+ *d if it were shown Green had failed 23 la Slew Tor 3$ 2Cbtttaooot S
.... -
GROVKLAKD: Svitc of Th.the MnttB. Gold I and April' SJ'' for adequate hospital apace in time around the Florida Peninsula later. Wart. : 57 34 > Korfok' 44 ;33
: Kctark of Pruk'lUSSXlOIXX. the women's of need." 28Z9E131 from Jacksonville on the East As the wives and children of Chicago 20 Ptaladetobia 41 M

-. Xlvmato Mlactrd Dew (as division., Charles 0. Andrews, chairman: Coast to St. Marks on the West the entombed miners kept a silent i Green. meantime. called: for a :Cincinnati Cleveland 32 32 20 27 H I PUUoardt Pboentt 31 U.tl

*tlsxSBUSaHwonova! *. PAW:isiclis Burton' ThorLea of the. men's division said he I Coast. vigil at the mine shaft it was disclosed I Legislative Investigation. At least I Detroit 32 20 I Portia".. ..... -- IS
O nab OI'V'nftfoI.ehainnanaid' wouM announce "within a fewdays" The weather bureau said a low the United Mine Workers' six other Investigations Including Dalwtlt 38 12 I Blcnmond. Loala 41 nIt. 2J 21
i M 8%
JackMJlri11e 77
MOUNT DORA: OalUnt Ben. GMa& ., include 'I of team of moderate Intensity Local In I those by the U. S. Senate. State : ..... AD\OGIo" 44
Valley the men's division will approximately ; the complete lost pressure system predicted a year ago a City 42 2* I Ban
Hiddra SANPOKDThe Bowrtr. ,400 ,workers. ?. 34 $9 28':' Sa Ban ana?Tai.. 42'- nLlte.l. .2Kno

INTER 8T CLOUD HAVEN: mptaUolL: H. a Won >rf I Uf.. women's group already organised division.' He declared that theBtfa's s- '*se feM TV, Tn Jot Tennessee and would move east- disaster would occur unless alleged I I underway. Rock M 39 I seethe 'WU 29
LAKELAND--POLK: S< I I ACE: 6t.tf>.e* .. 0..".. BinrW', ftneBtluy te thonm. he said..A third.division wiH.include (fee ,top in the week selected for 12 3r 8't strong southerly winds. I Ato KvnaJrtBC.EdiewaUr.Gurute4.1'...... >Sad> nZIH I Jf 8'J 44 t vi.krg wethiWos 1 43 43Mernabie 2.
a&. LAU Tfaudortova. I several hundred worker to.J .' the:campaign."- shifting to westerly today. I The letter was signed by three I, = U.j i MesidiaS n u wualaglea U .32

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PAGE 2 FRIDAY. MAR. 28. 1947

'Retire'Again Mother-in-Law Slays EvaporatedMILK CHED-O-BIT MEL-0.BIT VELVEETA
Bride of Six Months
Mrs.Frank Mills. 38.bride of six PROCESS
p Damrosch YORK 85 tAPl, the conductor Dr. Walter months.a breakfast was shot table to death argument during 2 III. 216. $1.05 2 lb. $1.05
who illustrious
capped an careerin 93c
yesterday and a few hours later Box
pioneering by bringing great her mother-in-law. Mrs. Grace Tall Box
"HEADQUAKURS fOR THRIFTY/ SHOPPERS" music to millions by radio said Mills. 68, confessed she fired the 3 37e
yesterday he viewed his impending -
418 W.CHURCH ST. PHONE 2-0515 ,-"final" retirement next week fatal shot. Cans fRUIT AND VEGETABLES
as a milestone to be passed without -
PRICES GOOD FRIDAY. SATURDAY AND MONDAY regret. hard enough maybe I'll come CALIF. FRESH
Damrosch explained he spent out of retirement and make my
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t2e 3Cib.25cl
311 LBo tScIUtHID", Tall CanCAN PALMOUVE Steaks Ib. Boast et Beet lb.

33c Lg. 63c 8 OZ. 39c I REGULAR SIZESUPER I Stew _
10 lbs.89c 33 C;
: 39 IT'S HERE All Beef' Ib. Armour Star
NEW '47 BLACK PEPPER 11 Oz. 15c I Whole or Butt Half 65c
eTH Pork Loin Hams ft.
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35 TURNIP GREENS No. 2 can lOc: I
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PKGE. Cats ,ib.
2 WHIP-CREAM 8 NUT SUNDAE lOc Fresh Frozen 49c'i Fillet of Haddock Lb.lie
WESTERN PORKROAST for LARGE Spare Ribs Ir.- Fillet of Rose Fish Lb.ISe
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Dubon SeedlessRAISINS
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The New White Primary .f1,;;. expect. .t. com pli'__merits. "' ,:
At :- s 3R 1"" "*** 3L* ': "" 2 7-oz. pkg. 25cUltraRefined

Bill Vetoed '.oear.....: 'y'I IaiEiyi.:%:"$IT'S I !i
. SUPERIORFOOD By Thompson f: f : '; '"'h' and Tender" ; \.'I'!:,t.r--i:$-;:

ATLANTA UP] A controversial : .. +
white primary bill which .
had been pushed through the LOVETT'SiTEMPERAY
STORE Georgia Legislature by ousted *
Gov. Herman Talmadge despite a
O'Sage Cut Green
bitter and filibustering oppositionwas
v BEANS No.2__13c
killed with a'.veto yesterdayby ,
Gov. M. E. Thompson. a
I Oak HiD French Sty. Green
Thompson also disclosed he II
anti-labor bills out- I BEANS, No.2..17c
would sign ,-
Corner KUHL 'aid GRANT Ave. lawing the closed shop mass ,
picketing and involuntary dues Milford Whole Kernel
OPEN 7 A. M. TILL 10 P. M. check-off.Earlier the Governor had sign- R "' CORN, 12-oz. can 15c
ed the home rule bill to give most : Garden Patch Vac-Pak W K
FOR SHOPPERS CONVENIENCE government Georgia cities.in local the right affairs.of self- : Corn 12-oz can 14Vic

t Thompson like Talmadge. had .... ----
been pledged to a white primary w- C"1 "'::0- -' -' r Garden Gift 3-sv
flpRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY after a U. S. Supreme Court decision Yes every lady who serves Lovett.s Tenderay Beef can expect com- PEAS, No..2 can .12c
let Negroes vote with white pliments From the family and guests alike. That's because t
Democrats in last Summer's primary -i Lovett's Tenderay 15 ALWAYS FRESH AND TL'"DER.You get extra Velvo
for the first time .In this
State.But Thompson described the DIXIE DARLING time flavor you Extra get Lovett's juices. extra Tenderay vitamins Beef.and extra eating pleasure every COFFEE, lb. __38c

IN OUR NEAT DEPARTMENTIra measure enacted as a machinebill i Enriched White SOLD EXCLUSIVELY IN OUR MARKETS Reliable Corned Beef
which would convert the
HASH 16-oz. __27c
State Party Into a private club Double Your Money Back Guarantee With Each Purchasel ,
Peacock, Manager subject to the manipulations of Soflbread
Princess SiL V.
.. .. machine politicians.
Talmadge. advised of the veto Lovett.s Tenderay SARDINESs 14Vic
promised to run on a white primary C L UBI b. 53 e

WESTERN "AA" BEEF year"The adding platform overwhelming: for Governor majorityof next 5 tea k T-BONE. lb. ____- __:-_______
the people of Georgia want a S :
white: primary."
CHUCK ROAST Ib.I 39c Lo\"ett's Tenderay Boneless Shoulder Chuck lb. Best Grade Break. Bacon

ROAST 42c STRIPS, lb. _65cLovett"s

STEAK Ib.I 53c Tenderay Lovett's Tenderay Baking Tips Fancy Dressed Poultry llfl t

LaJCOURTESY Ham..rger, lb. _32c Short Ribs! I.. -_39c Dr. and Dr. Ga. Shipped

GROUND BEEF Ib.I 35c Lovett.1 Tenderay Beef I Lovett's Tenderay FRYERS, lb. _67e

First It's Softer, Tongues, III. ___210 Plate Stew, I. __33c 3z Lb. !Can. Shlp.t N.Y.pro Heart's Delight
Brisket Beef Or
RW STEW III. Z, QUALITY Always Whiter andLighter l\U. Vermont. Mindless Puritan feckless Whole Stewing HENS, lb. .A5eSliced. ApricotsNo. Whole
Best Grade Ready to Eat
Complete Line Kans. Ship't,Dr. dt Dr Hen
Oscar MayerSLICED Dnlaney's Frozen_ Foods TURKEYS Ib. 69cN. z 4
63e (22 W. Amelia Ph. XMltTo 25c

BACON SQUARES 39c.49c s.w+ixtt5 DUCKLINGS_ _, lb. .49c_ Garden Patch

I I Ib. 69 'Ib I 49c Slices or Pieces-Swiss' Sweet Peas
CHEESE, /-Ib. --3Se
PMK ROAST .,. 2 No.2 Mr
HEINZ Virginia Caught-Thenmison Slices or Pieces-Amer.Loaf CansGlbb's 33*
\ Western ForkCENTEI CROAKERS, lb. __17e An Meat CHEESE, /-Ib. -.29c
ik.59cLOIN TOMATO Florida Caught BOLOGNA -'"
: SOUP Baltimore Extra Standard KineaD' ''tII Tomato
; i .3'e OYSTERS, lb. ___...5ge Reliable. Lb. 3'c Juice
II w M "".. Cooked for Broiling-
Can 12c LOBSTERS, lb. _S5e 4S-.. .
Klnpn EeL Pure Pork .. Ov
Ready to Cook-King Mackerel Can
STEAKS, lb. .49c "
4 Presit Western -"
Smoked Finnan
Heinz HADDIE, lb. 3Sc Tasty! 4'c SPARE RIBS, lb. _5Se Allgood 1
New Pack Salt Smoked. Lb
No Bone Codfish Sunnyland No. z*
FILLETS, lb. ..._.'.._..3ge Fine for Stew Can 37c
8c Ch. lOc'Junket" No Waste! Butterfly SAUSAGE KIDNEYS lb. _Est
C. L'N.' WH1TK FILLETS, ..._.----3Oc: -.0
POTATOES _________ .ll'His.39c. Rennet Ready to Cook Pollock Pare 49c Select Sets -=
Igw tiwriiGThiu Pork. Lb.
FILLETS, lb. ..._.__.2ge PORK BRAINS, lb. 25cMAiNeS

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Guava Dante Fig
Pkg. 11%c II III JELLY, 12-oz. _29c JUICE 12-or. _12c
Red Label Brer Rabbit Snider Sliced
IN OUR eROCERY DEPARTMENT SYRUP, 16-oz. _18c BEETS, 16-oz. 14c
'Factory Pack Blue Rose. Larsen's Layer-Pak
RICE, 3 Ibs. 37c, VEGETABLES, No. 2 _22c
FRESH CANNED MUSTARD OR For Easter Fun Nabisco Del Monte Diced

TIMIP GREENS Ho.2 callIOe PAAS RITZ Sunshine, lb.Krispy 27c Trappey's CARROTS,Dehydrated No. 303 _.111/2c 1

y r. : EGG CRACKERS, lb. _21c OKRA, 11/-oz. pkg. _lOc
WASHBURNS SPLIT I I FANCIEST POTATOES Black Palm Unpitted Pik-Nik Shoestring

PEAS Gar II. Pkg. lOc .DYES- j DATES Sunsweet, 7'/Large-oz. __24c POTATOES Old Glory,Baby 4-oz._19c .

3 Pkgs.25c I Super Spuds PRUNES, lb. _26c LIMAS, No. 2 _. 11/COld
'[ Ygood DutchCLEANSER Cleans a Million ThIngs-

t ii.Oiox: 27c 1 IU Lb.-Mesh Bag SSe Reg. t 9c OAKITE, pkg. ______.lOc


10. 2 IOCEX. 1 Daisy Kans. Shipped Or. A Large
can BISCUITS8oz. Cheese, .Hi. _49c Eggs, rfoz. ...53c lb. 75c

FANCY PATNA I Pkg. 13c Kraft's Velreete Loaf Fancy Western Winesap

RICE Ib. 171c Cheese 2 .Ibs He Apples.... 3 Ibs. _29c New Pack!

Klines Mix for Philadelphia Cream
5IJ"BABY LIMABEANS Size 46' and 54's Juicy

Ho.:2 can 12CCHASE PIE CRUST Cheese, ,2 Mkt 27.Ai ir'fmH f, Mi.. ...3c FLORIDA

\\ fRlE' Mesh Bags.-Valencia Tomatoes
i:AND SAKBORN OB '39C: 8-oz. Pkg. 14c "Q Oranges, 8 ibs. 37c
Red BlissPllaloes
make SPRYCreams ; 2
1IT' No. 2 Cans
FRESH flORIDAEGGS mf mm 3 Ibs. 25c

DOZ. /e eating So Easily : ,i,i'! Kiln Dried Fancy Sweet In'The E-Z Color Pak

better.WINE. 3 Ibs. $1.19 Lb. 41c j Potatoes, 3 Ibs. 29c 'QELRIGHrb.ctR.Quantity a. 45c


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Ib. __3c E1T5
When it's time to feast Insecticide .
STOREVERNON bring on savory baked ham Callf Iceberg
with glasses'of rich-bodied M. 22c N. 3Ic LeHice, ft. _.I2ic .
4 California Burgundy or red
14-Oz. Pkg. Fresh
Claret wine.That's the kind Right Reserved
NeSMITH, Manager of eating to make taste buds ( Bales, "pkg.' ...25c
Prices Good 29th
The Health Soap'LIFEBUOY Thru March
really cheer!You will enjoya
bottle of table wine with -, -- -. .. 55 L Jackson
CORNER KOHL & GRANT AVE. any main dinner'dish.Try LUX Better Six Ways 417 W. Chore WINTER. PARK

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(WHIM AVAILABLE:] [WHEY AVAILABLE] South Orange Blossom,Trail
Francisco 3, California. Reg.Cake lOc 124 L Pork.f" Ave.
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4. # I|Page 4 rlanifl fflornhtg 0ntltetl Friday, March 28, 1947 I IHouse' Pepper Urges Greece, 1 I and Turkey. but It wffl Ian ths
United Nations and it will save
Turkey Woes Given UN:
we hope and pray an other peace-
Bloodstains WASHINGTON (AP] Sen. Pep- : loving nations as well" Pepper
Extremists Fail
Passes per ID-Fla.] advocated last night
I i said in an [ABC] broadcast
that the security problems of I
Traced To Greece and Turkey be placed be-
of the white
Before the
fore the United Nations, and that
Tax Cut Bill M r'Krw. In Murder Plot Greece be given necessary relief. man to America, most of the Indians -
Gollum JacketSANTA through the same world organiza; east of the Great Plains oft
. ,tion. I t I the United States lived in settled
[Continued from Pace 1] JERUSALEM: !: [UP] Three Jewish ANA. CaL [lAP Dis- i That not only will save Greece I villages and cultivated the soiLs
= extremists believed to be mem- covery of bloodstains by a police
=' finer, RICher Mor. Prl.nelly. Means for further study with instructions bers of the Irgun Zvai Leumi chemist on clothing identified as
not to report a tax reduction "Black Squad" railed in an attempt belonging to medical student
' flavor SIL....Iatlod. bill until the committeehas to assassinate a British police George Gollum, 21. under Indictment
passed the supply appropri- official yesterday and escaped j I in the deaths of his fi
,t ation bills and to consider individ- wounding his two Palestine ancee's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
ual Income tax reduction as apart police bodyguards. Walter Overeil. aboard their
t1Z'I ___: ,; of our over-all post-war tax The assassins fired several pistol I I dynamite-shattered yacht high-
It'. real program and providing for more shots at the official, chief of the ,lighted a transcript of grand jury
... equitable relief In the lower Income Criminal Investigation Division of testimony filed yesterday.The MI
brackets. I I "
Tel Aviv as he drew up to Tel transcript was filed with
The bill passed by the House
Aviv Police Headquarters in a car. the County Clerk shortly after
stipulates that withholdings from The shots missed the Briton but Gollum and Co-ed Louise Overall
wages and salaries drop to lower hit two bodyguards. 17. appeared for arraignment under -
Y levels on June 1. with all tax- -
After the shooting the assassins murder indictments.Miss
payers getting refunds on over-
Spacious their Overell was certified to
covered escape by tossing ;
payments the old rates
, Parking lot from Jan. 1 to June 1. hand grenades at pursuers. juvenile court.Gollum's entry of a
For Our Sen. Taft [IR-Ohiol said this plea was delayed until April 4.
r retroactive treatment would cost LONDON [UP] Britain is eagerto The garment leather jacket Don't be downcast 'by dirty dishes. .
CustomersSUNSHINE the treasury $5.700,000 In the have the UN discuss the Palestine !- earlier had been admit-
fiscal year beginning July 1-almost problem at the earliest possible ted as a jury exhibit[ describedas !
as much as House Repub- opportunity a foreign office found In a room In the
North licans expect to cut Pres. Tru- spokesman said yesterday.. Overell's Flintridge mansion
man's $37.500.000.000 budet. into which Gollum had moved
Orange The House vote came after after the Overalls were killed.
and two days of bitter debate. Near ACTRESS RITA HAYWORTHabove Florida Leads Bloodstains reportedly were also
the end. Rep. Engel of Michigan [ ] yesterday said she found on a shirt slacks and hoses
Livingston only Republican to speak would file suit for divorce taken from Gollum's car. I
against the bill. shouted that it Gollum and Miss Overell were
"gives a man who made the biggest from Orson Welles, erstwhile Sales sober and intent yesterday as they I
profits during the war the "boy genius," charging cruel- Surplus stepped into Superior Court. A
biggest tax relief." ty. They have a daughter, Rebecca week ago. arraigned in Costa Mesa
The measure as passed by the murder
Justice charge
Court on a
House would work likethis:- 8. JACKSONVILLE TAP] The War they had smiled, embraced and
I WHEAT TOAST 1. Cut 30 per cent off the tax Assets Administration in Florida! chatted. Yesterday they passed
liability[ this year for persons with I is leading the nation in the disposal each other with brief "hellos.
taxable income of $1,000 or less of surplus to veterans. John Under California law a minor Marvene floats caked-on
CofC Unit Sifts away grease
[taxable income-income after R. Campbell national director of
may be tried In either Juvenile
and deduc- the agency's veterans' division
personal exemptions
23c or Superior Court but no death and
tions This 30 said here yesterday. you
: ____________ reduction for means: Single a per persons cent On his way to Miami where I penalty may be exacted for any
i earning up to $1,650; married Education Woes he b. scheduled to meet with I ,conviction in Juvenile Court.
Miss Overell and Gollum have
couples with gross Income up to representatives of veterans! organizations "twice much jot
contended that had rowed CM
ad- they 1/ou/t money
$2,200; married couples with one today Campbell
ashore before the
ROAST BEEFHASH a short time
child to $2,750; and married dressed members of Director
Six far-reaching resolutions relating -
blast tore the
dynamite apart
couples with two children with Joe Osborn's veterans' advisory
to education in this State yacht and knew nothing of its s
gross income up to 3300. committee and VVAA officials. New!Faster!Mirrene !is concentrated. -rb
2. Cut 20 cent off the were unanimously passed last cause. Q
per Statistics compiled in Washington
32c taxes of with taxable Incomes .You use less-just a spoonful QQ 4eq, b d ,.y
persons night by the committee of the show that Florida veterans rR d A'Q
} car above $1.396 until income Greater Orlando Chamber of secured better than 55 per cent of I chase surplus out of an estimated or two at a time.And you get
reaches $302,000. Any Income all surplus sold in the State with- 244.000 in the State. Of this number a full pound in a package!Sudsier -
r above $302,000 would be taxed at Commerce on the Florida Forward in the past three months the official 1800 have been aided in reestablishing I aI
HEL1MANS BLUE RIBBON 8 Oz. 105 per cent. The 30 per cent Through Education organization.The 'said.More themselves in busi- thad soaps-actually many l
cut Is not applicable to the first resolutions follow: than 35.887 exservicemen ness through the acquisition of times sudsier than most in hardest -
t $1,000 of taxable income of per- 1. Approving substitution of a have been certified to pur- (Isurplus property he said. water. Marrene makes dishwashing '
MAYONNAISE sons with incomes larger than "teachers contract" measure for .d 4, o
29c that figure. the present Teachers Tenure Act: I amazingly easy simply y 0 .
3. Persons with taxable Incomes I I 2. Recommending consolidationof 1'1':1C"': a x. floats away cooked-on caked-on I .
between $1,000 and $1.396 Orange County's 19 special ': d
,1C1C1C1' : I
One hot rinse, dishes
THEY GO grease
would get a graduated scale of school districts into one dYit.rictfor 3"
; TAPIOCA, relief running from $57 for the tax purposes: Sit N glasses, silver drain sparkling- p t
$1,001 man. to $53 for he $1.395 I 3. Recommending School Board dlQD-Wois TOGETHER/( dry without wiping. Mirrene is
man. members not be paid salaries and xx ? s
i 4. An extra $500 personal exemption that the School Board superin- j l gendetohandskindtotnewoolnylon.:
Pudding 2 pkg. 19cHEINZ for persons over 65. J tendent be appointed; ppp % ., ens, rayon, Get Mane ,i .
bringing their exemption to r41e
R from your grocer today!One
4. Urging increase of salaries a
1000. However the y
sons must choose between elderly per-this of teachers: principals and instructors \\\\t) > .:. package for your kitchen, ,. 4 Qt
TOMATO extra exemption and the exemp- in Orange County together Gftapl. : another for your bathroom. (&i a
tions on certain annwtles already with an incentive pay : K.
in the tax law. They could not plan to get the best teachers. "

take both. 5. Recommending that the Uni- "
Soup 2 25cPREMIER 5. A new 75.5 per cent ceiling )( :,
cans versity of Florida and the Flor- .... -
on the amount any Income couldbe t ida State College for Women be ::'- I( MARVENEPINCH
taxed, no matter how high It j I given the funds asked for in their XXx r -:: =- :.j,r' -=- MIEN IT
gets. The present ceiling is 86 ,. !I WI
budgets 1947-49; and : IJ, IA III S ITPDlIS
FINEST TOMATO per cent.Turkey 6. Recommending adoption in
principal of the school program of

Heard Studying Education.The the Florida. Citizens Committee on I I ? 'hIe.4fXI/J 1lI01 <
Juice 3 cans 35c Partial DemobilizationANKARA recommendations were for

[UP] The Turkish warded to the CofC board of direc- -
Cabinet is giving urgent consideration tors for action. The next board I -
to secret military plans for meeting will be held In about 10 : REOPENINGFriday
FIRST QUALITY GRATED partial demobilization of the one days. i #
million-man Turkish Army if and
when Congress approves the U.s. 5,000 London Women *
Tlz loan it March 28thCOTHRON'S Ma
TUNA FISH 42cNEW was learned yesterday.
Can With American money and Mob Robert Taylor i/1
technical advice. Turkish military LONDON lAP Robert Taylor
leaders plan to improve road and received a bruised right eye last f00Iori18r
rail communications to the point
night when 5,000 excited London BAKERYSpecializing
SHIPMENT SIIIPPIES MARAw where a highly mobile but smaller
striking force can defend border women mobbed him at the doorsof
SCHINO CHERRIES- COCKTAIL ONIONS areas now protected by massive the Empire Theater Seven If
but immobile Infantry garrisons.. policemen rescued him from the In Wedding Cakes
,OLIVES PICKLES ETC. surging fans who broke a glass ,lil
Clay Now Full General door. and Birthday Cakes
Barbara Stanwyck.Taylor's wife
WASHINGTON [UP The Sen- made a personal appearance for
215 Boone St. Phone 6536
I I ate last night confirmed the nomi-
; FANCY FRUITS 8 PRODUCE the premiere of her film "The
nation of Lt. Gen. Lucius D. Clay Other Love" at the theater.
to be a full general In the Army.
Clay is commander of U. S. occu- 'WE SPECIALIZE IN "PRESCRIPTIONS'
pation forces in Germany.
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Ducks Ib. 37c llI Upjohn Lederle Mdtesso. M.lUple Wbltu
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: j69C I --- VITAMIN B-1 10 mg-100's--$1.19 Metal Loch Ingrahm I SERVE

CUDAHY S PURITAN 37c Car 3IcI t9 Thiamin chloride .g-100's$2.29 $6.00 nerlDM itwith
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I 23 aNd Easier Candies I IISize 7e 7Sc B.U-cms _49c {%
5-lb. hexes
-.I- Onions 2 His. 11c
25e Ex.L _19c. S S S TONlC'I
111111 $%.00 czx $1.25 99cHALEY DELRICH f* COLOR MK
of f Asserted Cheeelates.'Decorated i I I Size 151 75c Cystex _67c I II -
Ib. 40
I Cabbage __ IHIII 2Sc Feen-a-mlnb_19c $1.51 II A QU $1.18
Easter Eggs in-Nut and Fruit or Cocoanut. FromJ4lb. -V I MARGARINE
Median SweetPotatoes Iliii! SACCHARIN 100 Veracolcrt. -SSc
to Mb. sizes. 3 Ibs. I9c I Tablets SDc Zllcrton. 47c 'L35 unSOL Suppositories 16'11

:Recoraied Small Eggs in Nnt and Fruit, I For Diabetics 100 AnacIn _98c -
l i
:iCoeoamt MazipM er Dales. ZS 1%. Mixed IIItI I I 1000gr.. $1.19 100 Al"phen _49c OLIVE OIL 4 Ox.Imported. 4>cYEAST II
35c Gold Modal
Scratch. Feed 1.26
:Bon Bon Easter Eggs in all shades. IttI I 1000. gr. $1.19 Harlm all Caps' 29c Brewer Tablets JM Sic

Chocolate Rabbits and Chickens, Fruit In small boxes with iakf Feeil.3.71 Turns. 3 rolls ..,25c ,

assorted eggs. I' IIETDIIII Zoo Phnl] Bath Ream SCALES $$.5$ I It

a 4i IK Feed US 111111 t $ass $1.19 Magnesia Tabs_79c Stork CasWe
__ Size 35c Ostrex .. 29c sASY Soap 2 for 23cI

-Mil. Loyinf Mash, Growimj I I $ u DeWitt Lb. I II
.tUes 7 Kidn Pula box 39c
i Mash in 100 I..... 50 lb., or liii I I .r /

.,., II 25 II.sacks all fresh<

3 .:!:" .- _Jf -.4. <1;!, ,:- < ,"':'....,,_:.. __ '- '... 1 1


Friday. March 28, 1947' ctrlaub a mtng &rnttnd. Page 51
Measles Seen as Curb
High I 'School'Love On Kidney Ailments

CHICAGO UPI Giving chi], '
Nest'Investigated dren the measles may be an effective I 1'4
cQ\ way of treating a kidney I
/J wry 4\ disease childhood sometimes the American suffered Medical in
ss- j yesterday.
Assn. reported
s :-
LOS ANGELES IUPJ Seventeen I Drs. Richard W. Blumberg and
high school students were Harold A. Cassady. of Cincinnati -
held yesterday by juvenile officers reported in the American
investigating a hay mow "love Journal of Diseases of children 'Where Customers Send Their Friends
from Excelsior High
nest" across that measles arrested five cases
Il School, Norwalk. Cal. of nephrosis they had studied.
\ Seven boys and 10 girls were HOME CONTROLLED
l arrested after the suicide attemptof EVERYDAY
one 16-year-old girl led to disclosure -
of between-classes:: idyllsin jir 117 S. ROSALIND I
the hay.
w I 1 I had The been seven in the boy habit reportedly of taking LOW PRICES 455 ORANGE
1H the girls, one at a time, toI
a barn across the street from
.r.'; aCudahy'a htlodia.rl! I I the school and seducing them.
TANG is The mass love-making had been
pure going on for several months and
pork-EXTRA LEAN presumably no force was Involved 1 TY:
,'* authorities said. I i4
_Plan a meal around it ; dAT :

today! Fry it, broil it, Man,Wife Die in Blaze
bake i it,or serve it cold. 1lrrllair, CLAYTON; Ga. [UP] Mr.
Aftor AIL"THE TASTE TELLS burned to death yesterday when .rd DEALERS
McConnell fire destroyed was their 62; his home wife here.54. Rib or Shoulder Chops, Ib S9c Whole, lb. _65c
The CU DAH Y it Veal Loin Steak, lb. _69c
If maple sugar is refined com- l l VEAL HAMS BitE d, Ib. -65c
I pletely it will have the same tasteas 1 Chuck Roast, lb. _45c
cane sugar. Rib Stew, lb. 25e Shank End, lb. _60c


Y; 11hIsst LARD III. ______ 3'e PORK BOSTON BUTTS. _____ SSe CHEESE lb ____ 18c

N y rI4 YeS S'1' at1!:' 1 'P ''Ili 11 s 1 I DRY BACON SALT III.WHITE____ 43e LITTLE PORK PIG SAUSAGE III. _________ S'e FRYERS DRESSED AND lb _DRAWN___ 64c

sfnq, 1 r A GRADE SPRING Margaret Ann Quality Western Heavy A Grade

,is1 8esfaddJ:4, ? '" Leg 0' Lamb lb. __ 59c Sirloin or STEAKS Club, lb. -S9c SLICED BREAKFAST.

: / evef Rill Chops, III ---- 55c B E E F Hamburger Brisket Stew, ,lb.lb.__3Sc 31c BACON Ib. 650

: Eaten. \ J Rill Stew, III. ---- 29c Chuck Roast, lb. __.39cI

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Just open a can of Comstock Pie SUNKIST LEMONS POTATOES

t\; : FORMS No SURFACE I Sliced Apples.. 2Ibs.. 29c 5 for 15e. 10 Ibs. 37e

.. 1t ,.,.. (Rum Pour the plump fresh-apple-fragrant -
M 0 ,. ... BOOKS INs THE TIMEI slices into pie shell. GREEN
t Yes smooth,Krim throaah Ko really and stays through.creamy.. CABBAGE Ib. ........-- 3 c
never forms a dark,tough surface & Flavor to your lying-then bake. POT A TOE S SUPER SPUDS
cruet even after days is the refrigerator L\R'n! SEEDLESSSibs.

1 L to cornstarch make:,Krim too-needs...no Ko gelatin.contains less uirring Easier no P.rf.ct for ALL oppl desserts 2ge GRAPEFRUIT 6 for 25c 10 Ibs. 55c
Ask for them of your grocer's today I
because it never lamps. Bay
t Krim.Ko at your grocer today.


PIE SLICED Each IOe 3lbs. 13c 2 for 11c

65 PIE aK o'awusD


KRAUT Ho. iran; .. 10c

I NO.2 JOAN OF ARC I4c Lge. 35cDUZ


No. 2 Old Glory Dry Soaked Baby

PEACHES No. 2| can 250j LIMA BEANS2forNo. .. 270 Sm. I4c Lge. 35c

.. a, A 1 1I Silly-CORN S..prornieottSOYA BOSCUL COFFEE IbStokelj emmeme 430 I!B.E.. 2 Old IEihiihdpork 170PLUMITE E- s 3 16s.Qusw .

\ fife flavor ana*energy oveeit the ; $1.35

'T "* orange Llbby>> SUcrd. 1C OS.
Juice, 46 oz. can ..17c Beets, 2 jars _________25c
Sally Do think well make the front
you ..
w .1 DnbvB Seedless T Oz. Cuba>> r z Can I
. page dear? Raisins, pkg _______:1 Oc A Million Plumbers Pimentos _.._._.._____.29cFla.

S Uncle William Lf e. Grads "A" I* Carton
Ella. Sammy: Sure thing...sweetheart Com-Soya Hominy, No. 2 can lOc can 19cCAMPBELL'S Eggs, doz _.__________..58cP Bar IQcJJkLiJii 1
has been making news ever since it was
first introduced. There's never been a cereal Snowfiake RiskPotatoes t Boots No. 1 CB
like it before. No 2 can !lOc Cat Food, 2 cans ..27c

Lady BettyPrune Oare-Piment. 2 For
s Sally: It's my tempting flavor, don't you Juice, qt _..25c Assorted Cheese Spreads ...35c ;
think that has been the talk of the town.
Dr. Melody. No. 1 Cam
Dog Food, can _.__-_1 lOc SOUPS15c Brillo, sm. pkg. ..._.9c I I Lge Bar 191
a Sammy: Yes and have liked the way
Hornier Franco American
i our proteins vitamins and minerals help Spam, 12 oz. can _.39c variety Spaghetti, tall can 14cNo. HEINZ
a,,. ;, give 'em the zest they need for a day at 2 cans 25C
work r W. make breakfast County Kist Lje. Sugar SH Cu Fancy
; ->>' *' 7.w a or flash.play.Corn-Soya Is readyto-eat a feastin Peas, No. 2 can ....15c life Cu variety 16C Cut Beets ___.______lOc 1 BABY FOODSStrained Junior

No. 2 IJbfeyi>> Coned Fresh CreameryButter
; w :: Beef Hash, can ...28c lb. _____.73c Sic 12c

4"i : semngbe .
and food F
wcddip9 vied Co" Chose and SanbornCOFFEE HI-HO
Titers's ea a If baYte't moment "NORTHERN"TOILET
energY yoU
and for a
Cam with it s flu vor ody-buitdirl9 Soya yet.TThese ou:in golden brow g 44c
its Lb.
wdh t Pkg. 25c
and Soya been \1 pined to- of bliss. andrefreshing. flavorful\
proeins.! have deliciouS, shreds are Ig1k right down together 'Siif pound
I in a ceroolKellog9s, \\ stay crisp i spoonful And TISSUE SUNSHINE CRACKERS
Del Monte
reonourWtll19\ \\ost delicious, of f on' mince,, > KlUSPIESLIJ.Pkg.21c
'I'n value

It took of lCe"s ant work s over and knot 20 ex- the(fourb0 P1d ounces: cups.04 with of milk Corn-Soyo three eq alS that iyears of L DW_a y rill Vii CATSUP ,,?: ,,,, 19

ment ::tie the nuptio\ of f one egg Keflllog9' C orn-SoYo .
pen Get
the c
... rod": e iust bacon. tod t Fancy
to ay
and Soya that at your grocer's ?1m S H GAUZE TISSUE
f Corn R GATOR
tion 0 oodn'" E D 17c
tongue.tac\.hng _. Roll 6c
you -__ No.2! CII 7r1Roach Hives

i s t s n s f- +. NOIITIEIIITOWELS Table Garden SaladDRESSING -a Small !3 c

\ ta 15c ZiA Lge.29c
Roll I2c 8oikl,,.
Limit 1 Each

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Page 6 rlanio dfarnteg 0rntittrl Friday, March 28, 1947OARITE Advertiser Rule

I Hirst Starts I I British Crisis '

: I Rescue Given Of Radio RappedCHICAGO FOOD MART

Peace TalksAt tAP A commission -
and DISHES Plowden of educators and others
> formed three years ago to study ,
7:45 this Don Hirst. LONDON UPI Sir Edwin Plow-.
t morning.
Fish is nice but makes American radio said yesterday the
World War n veteran, writer- den. who helped boost -Britain's
pans greasy, actor with NBC in New York began I I wartime aircraft production to industry, had "much accomplishment College 2203 EDGEWATER DRUPark
7 a "Peace Marathon" over victory. yesterday was appointed I to its credit" in public service -
OAKITE cleans/ 'em I Station WORZ. Every 15 minutes I I commander-in-chief of the Government's I but that "much more was
during the day he will be broad-, battle to overcome one I needed" to meet the public's
quick and easy. casting messages between programs 'of the worst economic crises in growing needs for understanding.The PARKING LOT IN REAR OF STORE
exhorting the people of Orlando II Britain's history. commission headed by
I :: and Central Florida to Join Prime Minister Attlee an-1 Robert M. Hutchins. chancellorof
ATtAMOOMMlO* TWO- in the moement for world govern- nounced In Commons that Plow- the University of Chicago EVERY' DAY LOW PRICES
00.- r.ai r.WK. O tNOVCMTW s ova w ment to prevent war and to con- den had been named chief Government cited these "needs:" .
0 : arA tribute the same force and energyin planning officer and then It added that because adver-I
fighting for peace that was disclosed Britain will further curtail tising was "practically the sole
demonstrated in fighting the war. export of coal and may even support" of radio. advertisersplay cx
The "Marathon" will culminateat import coal for the first time in a role in determining whatIs
8:30: p.m. with a dramatic play. 21 years to hit the government's furnished the public that is '
'"Ir8 emit,|TMS 4huhrta|HMMT "War is the Enemy." written by 1847 economic targets. exceptional" in other agencies of '
Hirst and winner of a prize a few Attleo also announced new restriction the press. I I
months ago when It was broadcast on domestic use of I 4. 111ft
over a nationwide network. gas and electricity In an attemptto gress-voice of Britain's organized
Howard and Helen Bailey favorite save an additional X 1.S mil labor and chief financial prop of I
stars of Rollins dramaticI lion tons of coal daring the the Labor Party-criticized the
I productions and William Whl- Summer. government's economic aims for
B i taker professor of radio and However the Trades Union Con- 1947 as inadequate. PRICES GOOD THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAYShoulder
or Mealtime I speech subjects at Rollins will
UR N GO LD take part in the broadcast and -
CH Goodness... will be supported by several out-\
: standing Rollins student actors. 3. Pc NEARY'S
on Bread The "Marathon" and radio I O;
r play are part of the campaignto ., 9 '
uRN Potatoes stimulate widespread Interest ; ; 490
iiir. in the public meeting to be GROCERIES AIm PRODUCE lb
all Cooking Junior
;lid held at Orlando Memorial Corner Kuhl and Michigan Phone 7367
School Auditorium Wednesday -
Elfh : '
April 2 at $:1S p-in. to
the vital issue. "World 1IIIIfJ. Bologna 43c
discuss Ib
CHU GD Government or Another War." GRADE "A" .

Merle Miller founder-editor of"Yank" FOREQUARTERS: Ib. __ .30c I r \ Ready.to-Eat
i ir and Dr. Everett Minett. a LAM B _
MAROARINEFamous distinguished atomic scientist from CHOPS, lb. SOc I '"' PicniC Hams Ib 52Ck
Oak and Ridge special win State be the Departmentfilms speakers LEG 0' LAMB, lb. _SOc I!

of the atom bomb will be I : ...

for its Finer Natural (I I shown.by The the meetings Rollins College are sponsored Institute Ground Beef, lb. .._.25c Club Steak, lb. ____...45c.Pot I .C; I
of World Government and BEEF
Flavor. IT'S DELICIOUS the United World Federalists Sliced or Chunk A
I'Florida Branch. Admission is free. Roast, lb. __..25c-35c Bacon, lb. ...._______.bOc GRAD E 0
r 'Anti-Heart Balm' Rout Pork Chops, lb. .___ .5Oc Bacon Ib 63c
Beef, oo..30c-45c
.i *- FOOD Rule Invalidated Roast Pork Ib. ____un 45 C CHUCK Fresh Dressed
JACKSONVILLE IAP1 One of Round Steak lb. _...50c -' ROAST ._ '11. 4&c 63c
the provisions of Florida's "anti- ,
STORE heart balm law. passed by the Pork Sausage, Ib. ...35cTBone CLUB Fryers Ib

1945 State Legislature here: has by been Circuit Steak, lb. ..50c Dressed and Draws STEAK __ lb. 530 End Cub Roast
held unconstitutional FrYers, lb. __ .___ _..60c 53
Court Judge Claude Ogilvie. -
ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL AT 21st STREET The law in its preamble sets Tenderized FRANKS lb,39c Pork Chops Ib

'S< PHONE 2-1182 forth that Its purpose was to end Steak, lb. ...__..__._.50c Hens, lb. ...________.._ _
H 5 PRICES GOOD FRIDAY AND SATURDAY former which developed"abuses" in of damage legal rights suits

based upon alienation "bf affections WHOLE OR HALF TENDERIZED
1 lh;: PLENTY OF PARKING SPACESWIFT'S seduction criminal conver- 50c PILLSBURY BESTFLOUR

sation or breaches of contract to II"IWI lit. __.__.._._._________..____.
._ WESTERN GRADE "A" marry.
Ogilvie held the statute to be 43c
SLICED 69c Cluck Btef' 39c unconstitutional as it applies to 5 III. lag
alienation of affection suits in
BACON{ ___ ROAST Ib. ___ which a wife has been"alienated"from ...

ESTERN GRADE AA LAMB 35c her husband.YesJr.Berke. finishing touch f or Waff1es KOTEX- 'ID. 190



Tender.. 'BACON 4Qj ,Never hire tasted anything so ,
> )
.590 I delicious as your BERKE CHOCOLATE f ft _
SAMS whole" ,Hi: SQUARE 'Ib.__ 05T' remind me CHIP of the COOKIES.most exclmrre: They $139COLORED

bakeshop cookies-so light,so
FisfinrSIRLOIN laky so chock full of luscious I -
59CcoFiiR1f4scri chocolate,so flarorful and rich KTKO] BLUE MooN

STED Grade "A""II. with glad I home-made can get BERKE goodness.CHOCOLATE I'm OLEO Ib __________ S5e II CHEESE PkKI ________ 'C

\ LK.3: or DISCOYERTHISNEW -I PICKLES __________ 15e BUTTER __________ 74C


CREAMERY .Hi. MILK 35c 37c
3 Cans ea,
I Ciitaiis Hi Con stan: ir Gtlatii

I Serve the first this taste dcfiooui and you new a never pudding lee busier discovery-ipoona. -.---..-..................---... Next tune serve woRbsS MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE LB 45c
ai MEDIUM IARGF AtfDIUM Notice the firm.rich texture that Stan creamy
tAN thuuandtbtu-evenovemite.Neverarubbery with KEYKO, the pure -
surface-form* no lump! Contain.. tan 010..IA WAMlt. : Jfc.formfre .
15c 35c 15c lob! with
C .tardier gelatin.Cook m hall the Ume- avtatueeum ,........ margarine "
*watching and ttimnc. Be cure to get 2 cu Aew I ,K" milk flavor. No VEL Nllls
this new discovery: today. Ak for Krim-Ko!' 4 L.q.NS biking pewder = \
Popular need lo stint with KEYKO. Ask /
Your grocer carries Knm-Ko m 3 flavors.Chocolate. )S Ms/a. Ne
CIGARETTES BRANDS 169 1 BuUencotch. VamUa. Free Offer. 9 tflt>...,...*.< for your margarine; by nam. Paver
Get 3 regular size package(aB 3 flavors)with.has cnvu
Carton (Limit] coat or obIJp DIL)tit tend your name andaddren KSZ2 uyxo Insist on KEYICO. 32c 32c
on a postcard or letter to Knm-Ko. Napkins
4839 S.Chratiana Are..Chicago 32. Ulinoia.Only .. Apricots 'kg. 'kg. _
j -I Mta <4 tift Vy *er.d'iMlr. CombbwJ
'k :
I. .. "..
:,1 d fled
:.... Gi ==
I i i ...d.1a ._.............01 twee b.. SUPER
.....ctIaa 01.....- .Ioa.....tHoIo. _, 23c OxydoI9CC
l I. ., ..
t LADIES M* w.-Mabo6" vafflw. s--* k I
'w ..
i Your Choice-Colored or White 34c 34c

No. 2Vi Can Geneva Cut 12 os. Del Monte Whole Kernel

._ SAVINGS BEETS ...-............ CORN ........;........

HANDY TINS 2 Con .____._..._.____ 2 for 15c
rl ,, BIRDSEY'S BEST No. 2 Can Soar Pitted 55c
E-c..s.Ju.1,0-c. 25c EGGS, tilL ___:u____
10 Ibs I ____88c 25 Ibs.I ..$2.10 I 50 lbs.$4.10 I ___.___._.....

I MOJt gives you 4 *o choose from 4t OZ. ADAM'S CBATETBLTr OE "
i IiI 4 Brothers Money Saver 15

Never before have you had 25 I Ibs ......._.......$2.00 25 I Ibs ____._$1.87 = Gi.. ,,_

log i the wonderful variety that 50 Ibs .__...._._...$3.90 50 Ibs .___.$3.64 "
... t.- MOR now offers.Your choice ? 'II"/
: of four delicious MOR meats ,

j -beef, lamb, veal or pork. I l 10 Ibs ---___._____..S7CSO\ Ibs -__$2.60 I I Ii '

f 9'4'__ Each with the smooth MOR I 25 I Ibs. ...._.._.......$1.35 100 I Ibs. ..._.........$5.10 ftc" ilUAl/8/UES .
texture. Each with the exclusive I i 7&f
VIAL Growing Mash I Growing Scratch .
H' Wilson style of delicious ALL \ --
I \
Att SEE/ I /1"\\\ ,
seasoning. Each prepared 25 Ibs _____$1.30 !I 25 Ibs ._._.__$1.30

i p4 0 Seasoned and cooked in its own I 100 Ibs _____..$4.75 100 Ibs ________$4.70 II NO. 1 MAINE 39c TEXAS 2 bunches 13c
individual, air-tight sanitary ,- I POTATOES 10 6s. II CARROTS

tin. It's America's one and Dairy Feed Hog Ration .
MOR in I 20% (With Tankage] :'\ & I
.T only Jour differtnt 1 1OC LEMOMSSfor..1Jc.
meats A choice for any meal 100 Ibs ___$4.10 100 Ibs _____$430 LETTUCE head ;

-any occasion-any taste. SHORTENING SPECIALS I RED BUSS WC\"ESAP

AU tans ALL PCSL I 1 Ib. 'Ctn .4Oc!I'1 lb. Ctn. __......1.59 .! POTATOES 3 Ibs. 23 I APPLES, 21 III........... 29c5

Crab ye.I fr rntib Q.rrit iferi/ BIRISEY FLOUR & FEED STORE .-
rr.G i l m rnl If 7))

J I 433 W. Church St. Orlando. Flo I*
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1 Orlando Self-Serrlce UmdrytZ4 Suspect Held protecting pany. them for the com- I Friday, March 28, 1947
5tnt -afat N.. Sills Td. MOT Asst. Chief J. C. Stone reported i known in a statement from Bulgarian -
Mary Bolton. 22. was being held Bulgaria
Tow' Wash Day will be a pleasant on charges of embezzlement.in Raps Liaison Officer George

MOVES.MEROWJD15E' day when it's done the connection with the theft of between Koulishev in reply to a request
Febraary satrap 43,7X1 G. E. Ways"'! In 1 $$1,465 Theft! $100 and $150 from the I'UN Probe Of from'Mark Ethridge U. S. mem- WREN'SEDGEWATER 0
CM Our Automatic Dryers t.u Clover Grill. 7 S. Court St.. where
drnbdoa I* On History" for
mcfc*** ber of toe committee, an an
Recovery of "hard to get" she cashier.has been employed as cashier.I 1 Greek ChargesSOFIA sorer to, the Greek charges. DRIVE AT PRINCETON AVE.

parts valued at $1,465 from the Arrested yesterday by Det. Sgts. Letters detailing the Greek PHONE 7717 FREE DELIVERY

AIR CONDITION WITH home of Emmett L. Raby. 1025 I Jack Stacey and C.R.Trulock was J I UPI The Bulgarian charges were sent by Ethridge to
Mack Johnson. 22, Negro, wantedby government yesterday denied Bulgaria. ,Albania and Yugo- The Best In Foods
W. Central Ave. was reported
Lakeland police in connectionwith Greek charges that it had ter- 'slavia 11 days ago with the request -
yesterday by Det. Lt. G. F. Brazell,
the theft of two watches ritorial designs on Greece and that specific answers be
who said Raby was being held by['. valued at $80. and $75 in cash'' challenged the authority of the 'given but Bulgaria's answer is FRESH DRESSED FRYERSCUT
police on charges of grand lar- and about $175 worth of perfume I I UN Balkans Investigating Com- the only one yet received specif-
v ceny In connection with the theftof from a Lakeland drug store Friday mittee to go into the matter.Bulgaria's I ically denying the existence. cf UP PAN READY59c
the parts from '
night. I attitude was made territorial
.. Orlando Ford dealer. I designs.
I I 1 LB.
Det.Sgt. Jack Stacey said John-
Brazell said Raby who had I
son admitted the theft before
been employed at Heintzelman's being turned over to. Lakeland I II NEW ENGINES
had admitted taking the parts)I police. LIMITED SUPPLY OF EASTER HAMSLET
I during the last three months. I I I On Easy Payments Motor' Rebuilt Brake and
Police said Raby admitted the!, e' Wheel Work-Wreck* Rebuilt-Fender* Refinished US HAVE YOUR ORDER NOW
I theft of other parts of a large Orange County Tires-Batteries. Everything
undetermined value. In addition. .I STIVERS-PONTIAC MEATS
to parts recovered. Raby said he Court Records -AA- RATING MARKET
DIVISION Of had sold $400 worth of Ford partsto Marrtat* Applications C2 W. COLONIAL PHOXE 2-231 I
an Orlando garage and $521 Frank Douglas Bloodworth. 52. trans
CHRYSLER CORPORATIONH. fer. 207 N. Main and Alvim Prison
I worth to a DeLand garage. < Zuern. 49. secretary. 232 Princeton Ct. j
: Two auto loads of parts had Hr...' Jlnishian. 45. merchant. 8C3: It.Orance. .
; sold in Winter and Louise Ann "Metises 36. I ir,
been to
garagemen pharmacist. 4 8. Lake Drive. I 1AU
Haven and Okeechobee. Jasper Lee Nichols. 22. clerk. 214 Dolling .
Raby at first told police he St.. and Dorothy Helen Amman. :21. :\
A. DAUfiHERTY & COMPANY I waitress, 804 8. Amelia. vPft. .,, :
I had taken the parts to his home e] Instruments Fi.... :
KOBIN8ON AT BUMBY ORLANDO. FLA. PHONE 2-2456 for "safe keeping" because they Virgil R. Austin et ux to Alria :3: Thomas ;
et lu wd S10. Orlle Henry Looean et asto P items and he was a
were scarce John P. Newton ct al agreement for Ii;
I deed $500.J. J. C. u"u CO. :gJ1o .
M. Carter et al to X. 8. Carter et U

I 1m.Vlrcll R. Austin et UX to Roy A. Miner CHURCH STREET eo .
et al sits 6000. 37 '
First Nat Bank Orlando to Frank J.
Sharp et ux am.
Dexter E. Hildretb et ox to First Fedsay i ORLANDO, FLORIDA
and Loan Assn mtc S160O. I
Cousins Inv Co. to John 8. Cates et n>
Carolina Life Ins Co. to Claude K. Baker i HEALTH-WISE.
et .1 sm. .
8. J. Slith ft ux to C. M. Grundler etox '
agreement for deed $30 000. *
A. T.. Dorsey et ox to James Edwards
t i,, atrrement for deed SS50O. TT\ARE PENNEVSMARCH Childcraft Shoes
Florence mtc Flshbsck tio. to Russell H., Csrlinasslsn '

A. O. Henmc to George W. Coward et
ox sm. j



M. Hall" wd Ruckner$10. Grafton et ux to Gladys' DEMAND! YOU'LL BE AMAZED AT THE WAY THEY'lL WEAR, AND DELIGHTED WITH
Milford White et ux to Jared J. Jeter et 1
E. Humphrey et al to USA crop

'm @ ; : ( and Harry th mtc B. 400.lieu et ux to H. B. Gibson
wd $10.
;: P. P. Darts et ux to Stanley Hicks et ux Ttddirrspith; LITTLE GIRLS'FAVORITES
wd $10. shoes inbrown BROWN OR
SENSATIONAL Albert Fischer et nx to J. Arthur Osbornet !
lffutlEt1fsgZ11 ux wd '10. or $2 91
P. A. Allison to Albert Fischer et ss sm. white. .
Ifffiff! A. Allison to Albert Fischer et ux WHITEPLAY
As Associated Stores !! ,': SI:' Shiny t
encl I IF. Helen Sloane to Richard Austin PottR _
ttl year and clears the deckstorFfres1h6stocth big, successful fifli et ux wd $10.
i Louis T. Hewitt Jr. et $1 to Helen Black

,.. 31r X;:*::::**** JCS. :::::;: Sloane im. Little TolsBarefoot .
M. T. Walker et nx to O. A. Green etax
Saturday M SAVINGS tIft! wd S10.Sarab SANDAL
C. Division to J. C. Jenkins wd Patent .

Only | UF TO 5fQ% &>f $10.Prudential et B"I 1m.McCbrmlek Ins Co. to Warren B. Ben SANDALS STRAPS 'rr y Sizes

I Co. mtk 4250. et ux to Gulf Life IIII.I 1% to J

SK&S Carco Inc. to Beatrice Edwards wd $ .
: Carco Inc. to D. A. Stancll et ux wd Classic ,
t t} BUT PLEASE COME EARLY Jf:# $10. I patent leather All with Solid
l m Leroy McCorkle et ux to Thomas L.
SALE Webb et nx wd $10. J49 one-strap leather soles and
-:rilii? LASTS 3 DAYS ONLY Irvine L. Daniels et nx to Roland. slippers, with unlined for sum
Coolldie et nx: wd $10.
f! Susan H. P. Dyer to Edward 8. Myet party manners m r-wear. Good,
I Jr. wd $10.Herbert and SundaySchool ,$449 wide, easy-to-use $298
In white red and brown. All leather
__ __ Hill et ux 8.mtc HirsTiberc$11.200. et ux to W. J. airs! straps and so easy
W. J. Hill et ux to Herbert 8. Hirsh- Sixes I 8i!< to to clean too! Sizes
berc et ux wd $10... throughout. Sizes 5 to 8. ll"/. 3.91. 8Ji to llYt at 5Z.69.
W Park Peel S v and Loan AMD to W.

I RADIOS RECORD PLAYERS j J.Ruth Hill et M.ux BlackweH am. to James P. Colllna
et al land contract $425.
Ruth M. Blackwell to James P. Collins
ii et nx land contract $621.
Reg. Sale Charles H. Orieff et al to C. LeRoy

Popular' Make Table Model Radio .___ __ 78.60 39.50 I Wanner Thomas et Wilford nx deed.Hart et ux to John C.

Popular Maka Table Model Radio _____ 34.95 22.95 == I Davis Marshall et ux P.wd Durham$10. et ux to Samuel I a

Popular Maka Table Model _____________ 79.50 49.95 == Goldstein Prudential et ax Ins wd Co.$10.to Arthur Peardoa .
Popular Make Automatic Record Player ____ 69.95 49.95 5 et ux am. '
'J. Hush Ton vs' Vida Irene Davis et al
Popular Make Combinations ____---:.____ 99.50 84.85 == Us pendens quiet UU.
Walter James Mecum et ux to John
Popular Make Combinations .____.__. 89.50 64.95 == Palmer Luff mtc $900.
r John Palmer Luff et to Walter James
Boys or rirls'favorite Boys scufftess
Morcum wd $10.H.
Make ConsolaCombinations
Popular S. Coddincton et ux to Edcar Rosen saddle Girls thillie'oxford. tip dress ox
. . . 289.0O 189.00 = et International BX wd $10. Minerals and Chemical .:lord. ford.
r AND MANY OTHERS AT BIG SAVINGS -- Corp.' to Wilson Hamrick et al spl wd

r e $10.Charles L. Morgan et ux to Pmdent'al
I i Ins. Co. conditional acreement of rentals. $369 $369 $369
Charles L. Morcan et ux to Prudential
Ins Co. mte 30000.
Mildred M. Mofiett et ux to J. Orson
Brouchton me mtc 6500.
P. Orson Brouchton et ux to Mildred

HOME APPLIANCES U.Leon Moffett Griccs et ux et wd ux to$10.R. B. Grid Griffith WHITES FOR EASTERN
: et sits $9000.
lu& Copeland to M. C. Lewis mtc "

flog. Solo = I 12500.. Paul Watt Shoemaker et al to Acne ? WEATHER FAV RITES"
Automatic Electric Irons ... .. .. .$10.95 $7.95 H. Copeland execvtor's deed, $7SOO.Laurence -
M. Scneonbercer ct to Leland rEY\
Awtomatic Electric Irons ... ._. . 9.95 6.95 p 8. Clayton et: ux wd $10. ux N @ITrJ'kI1JSLEEK .

TMNGf Star-El ctric Irons _... ._ ... .' .. 11.80 7.95 = et James al wd Elliot$1. Poland to Howard L. Klino BROWN 8 WHITESPECTATORS i

Electric Mot Plates . ... ... 24.6O 19.95 =- A. H Rrcener. et nx to I. A. Murray et -
YOU : ux wd $10.
NEED- Electric Broilers . .... .. . 19.95 14.95 = Fla. Park Cem Co to Harry Sterser.s

Eloctrk Razors .. .. . . . 19.95 14.95 et Blanche ux rem O.deed McCamy$10. Anderson et sir toJames SANDALA ,

Pressure Cookers . . 13.75 9.95 James Edwin Edwin McCamy McCamy wd to Blanche$10. O. "'1'- SHOE FOR :

ALSO MANY OTHER APPLIANCES AT BIG SAVINGS -' Cam .Anderson wd $10.James Bright white EVERY ''
Edwin: McCamy to Blanche O. I
McCamy Anderson wd $10. r sandals for Streamlined spectators -$ 50 i.r;: i ievery
Floyd M. Becker et nx to 8. R. Pout $ S 0 that 5
Ji et nx mtc S15OO. dancing o r 5
/ Herman H. White et ux to Floyd If. woman loves. All .
Becker et .ox wd $10.Matthew. street wear. sl.e s. Complete
B. Whittlesey et ux to Frederick -I
D. Whittlesey et ux wd $14 400. Styled t 0 stork!
Dorsey J. Prescott to Gabel Construction give maximum and
Co. claim of lien (5). wear
PHONOGRAPH Jessie Howard to John Edward _wen comfort 2 styles to select:
RECORDS5i I et al sm.Erwart. \ LOW HEELS IN DRESSY
: Brown Bin et ox to Mrs. Bessie r'1t, from.
V. Beebe bpi wd 1.
Paul P. Keen et ux to William C. Birr
Popular Records regularly I telling up to 1.05 et ux wd 10. STRAPS

S On Sale Now at .I : __.____ .39c .I sits Vernon 10. Barr et nx to J. if. Carter _Ian. "TOE-IN BROWN & WHITE
Popular Albums 5.25 5 C. R. Stevens to H. Victor Walker et llsm.
regularly selling up to An Your .

On Sale Now from ----_._.______._ 1.69 to 2.98 S Favorites Brace E. Daniel et nx to Daniel P' SPECTATORS NOTHING LIKE
Line ace 31.
Classical. Records regularlyy selling up to 1.05 == I 1 C. W. Cooper to David O. Harrison etox $575COMFORT

On Sole Now at ,--..y..---.-._-_.-...1---._--- 49c W.am.K. Price Jr. to W. A. Lawrence wd A LOW HEEL .

Classical Albums 'regularly selling up to 7.19 == 10.USA to Haynard M. Sullivan e.1 am. Sleek Spectators in "'

On Sale Now from J ....... ...._ .? 1.89 to 4.29 == I Perky Ercy nits W. 1600.Sims et ux to Henrietta M. t medium heels for $65 SHOE FOR SOLID '

== C. W. Laushinchouse et ox to Bennie. dress ,
sport or
Resister et al sm. \ GOOD LEATHERS, WILL WEAR,
Bennie Register et .. to C. W. Lancbinehouse wear. Youll al
et nx wd 101.
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H. #. Patrick to Robert K. Sunday .t rte ways know AND CLEAN UP WELL
nx agreement for deed (850. i .
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Published dally except Sunday. New Year's- Dry Fourth ment. | OH-H-H! WHAT A BLTTOOMESfT HEX! SHAKE A LEG

of July. Labor Day. Thanksgiving and Christinas. by Organizations in Orlando with young TUESD AY THE OFFICE I II TH35E! WHY ISN TFRIDAY Reader Irked by 'Bellyaching'Of m
Sentinel-Stir Co (Orlando Dally Newspapers, lac 1 at 131 tONt- (
4 South Orange Ave Orlando. n a. men climbing the ladder of leadership': WEDNESDAY AND > 100 TIRED 1D EVEN DINNER READV?YOU
; Enter*] as second-cUss matter at UM Pos Office at KNOW I GOTTA HJRC/J!
Orlando., rionda. under the Act of March 3d. 117$._ shouM see to it that their comers get into THURSDAY HE GET UP AND EAT AND INHERES MY Telephone Workers' Union I
It's training.ground. DINNER.
TELEPHONE Department 41(1 Y the JayCees. a great BALL '
Subscript Price 35C Per Week. 11.10 Per at* e TOTTERS HOMELIKE METHEPfcPERAND REJl YENA710N1! BOVVUNG( I Editor, Orlando Morning Sentinel:
I EDDiE'S+ PICKING 7hctr b417yRPoTralv'la
Government stoppedMr.
JOHN CAWTBOM. GtM. Me. MANCK T. LAn cl. Arr DM. THE MERRYGOROUND5y j HERE.OH Lewis as it did so effectivelywhy
C. W. l enT. Its MM. KOSHT F. WMTH. Cuss Men }I H-H- r cant it do the same with the
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Loa A__. MANABIMB b. No...." .. -. Sic. TIIAS.Hoot I telephone workers' union? These

HAMIL TO". CM. MIL c..usnuN.. PIUS Sm.J. Tax Bill i Bogged j jlr I i|telephone people are, among the

W. .-.. Crrr C.. Me.. R. T. Mitts Taro,Sort.Meaker DREW PEARSON I highest paid with perhaps the best

01 Tbs Associate Press WASHINGTON-Monday's secret caucus of working conditions of any labor

Associated Press Is exclusively entitled House Republicans was a howling success--largely c I group in the country, yet they are
for of all ewH H
to the use re-publication .i4//HAhk M
news dispatches accredited to it or not because the man who was expected to howl the e. always bellyaching about some-
otherwise accredited to this paper and e'be loudest against the Knutson tax bill was not OU Ie IeiP thing. They pull one strike after.
-'so' the local pews published herein Li
another with the public paying the
Al did not
AU rights: for republication of special hand. Michigan's scrappy Rep. Engel !
bill and get with it. Let'sset
dispatches herein are also reserved. away
*show up-probably because he did not want to these labor aristocrats back)I CLOVER GRILLS

PAGE 8 FRIDAY. MAR. 28. 197 I be bound by the vote of the caucus. Iltthtp / i'' s{ on their heels even if the Government -
Otherwise the turnout was large. Speaker Joe I It a has to run this outfit for S. COURT ST.
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Jest A
Block From
H Orange
TODAY'S THOUGHTSAs Martin of Massachusetts opened the session by the next 100 years. The little
Good Food Reasonable Prices
reminding the GOPsters that the service they have to sell is certainly!
truly as I live, saith the Lord as ye have Republicans are pledged to reduce 1 ItttN e1i I not worth the price they blackjack Delieiovs TRY SOMETHING Fruit Salad NEW Plato

spoken in mine ears so,will I do to you.-Numbers 'r taxes and Government -expenditures. I 1 a I ,tt O 0 out of us. Bone Baked Pastry and Rails

r\ T. C. McC.
14:28. _
The House can be proud of ,, r- ) 1 '

a Forlorn in this bleak wilderness below its record" he said meaningly.Joe "" A Virginia Buyer Kicks IF VITAMINS

Ah! what were man should was careful not to mention the i* VEEA. GILLETT About Poor florida/ Citrus DON'T BUCK YOU UPtry

refuse to hear! -Beattie Senate, since custom dictates that
Heaven I 1127 P1ESMONT CO. Editor, Orlando Morning Sentinel:
'no reference be made to the Sen- NUXATED IRON
SOUTH EUCLIDOHO.) The following is a copy of a \
ate in House proceedings. Martin'slisteners :- aba row .doctor. tin fat a awdirta sod a
letter to the Florida Citrus Com-
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Roads Passes
Father of Good dnm I helps. k* I knew, however, that be corLI".aictrLArtatt1.-E i" wepl.Icot'.e earee 3'2 mission: !". tDi'I; uoa'i Soft y, ap -y
CAME WITH friendly care to was referring to Senate opposition .-- -- --- I have noticed your large newspaper I wee! M tear Mnod.to r..r iwip Mil irt build Mood man h.lp fan'...n4..
DEATH <*M M t.rt Just wnaderfal Mr to"l'linn
: Charles A. Browne yesterday and to budget reduction and tax-cut- advertisement I Roanoke IRON t.MrO t""r .ait .tan. * tkn a UKtat.
removed from the Florida scene a pioneer & i ".* ting. PITCHING HORSESHOES Timesl about Florida grapefruit *---17.. 4UTCU4 M Ik* 11X11T

I Pearson Ways and Means Committee setting forth its "body guard"qualities.
of anda '
for good roads an engineer progress
Also subsequent
.. Chm. Harold Knutson then took your ,
trainer of men. advertisement on Florida oranges.
the floor to explain the tax bill. Although he usually An Old One Polished
The good major remained active and Highly When I read these ads with'
bangs the table and employs extreme, sarcasm. TONE uP
and March.almost, at an end. I wonderwhy AIR
interested in Orlando Orange County ilil
Knutson was sweet and mild as he went' throughthe during past eight or 10 TOUR
''Florida until the end. Not many months ; bill and orated that this was a bill for the l> SILLY ROSE byhood-young. smooth-faced and strong. 'years through December to now | NUTRITION TORRIDi

'ago he outlined his dreams of a great Flor- wage earner. Republican campaign promises and The other night an old man told me a story "Five pieces of money" the peddler said. T it has been impossible to buy at LONE DRUGGIST

ida highway system to an Orlando Morning Republican tax policy will net be at variance he about a mirror. It was a story his nurse had One does not haggle over the price of a miracle. retail grocery and fruit stores a- ...- ,,-
Sentinel I said-the American workingman will be the The youth counted it out, trembling lest the mer- : decent Florida grapefruit or or- aBKia*- .Ats.cna0 s.AWi1..
: reporter. told him 50 years back, when he was a boy in I travel several States and :' a naeeaaaow.mdsr
Browne was a man who inspiredlasting '' chant change his mind. ,. ange. .._11II....__co.
Maj. '
knew gainer.Here New Jersey's Fred Hartley took his cue China. Arrived home, he gave his bride th; bnght- I know. I| _a a pr e._
friendships among those I and promised that the labor bill to come from Centuries ago in a valley of the Asiatic fast- colored cloth. Fearing her sharp tongue he hid The only, orange that can be [

;him well and great respect among those his Labor Committee will also be the wage- I nesses men call the Roof of the World, there liveda the shiny object in a secret part of the house. been purchased pulled locally green is dipped fruit that in color has !( .." .............." ,..

Who knew him casually. earner's bilL A fewlabor, officials might not like farmer and his son. The Whenever his wife was in the fields he would take' to fool the public and if I am not I' COSTS NO MORE

Much of the veteran personnel of the It he said.but they are the people who live off youth respected and his father out and talk to him. His parent never mistaken the peak of the orange '' TO BUY THE BEST"PHONE

i= State Highway Department is composedof labor rather than those with the interests of I adored his father. He was cMfuauS SRIO-MJCf answered but he smiled when the young man crop is from December through t : 2-4474 ;

Maj. Browne's "boys"-and they are labor truly at heart. | never so happy as when w gpN is7At16HT By smiled and this gave the youth great comfort. February. At one time your good i I ..
well-trained Rep. Dan Reed of New York also spoke briefly they were in the fields toper.. One day a sudden rain brought his wife horn l State had California oranges beat .

Orange County engineers.will miss him sorely for, on the Knutson bill after which Rep. Karl Mundtof i gether, planting millet or a unexpectedly. As she got to the door of the hut. : 10 to one bn its citrus fruit but ..
South Dakota warned his colleagues that "the tending the goats. The she heard her husband's voice and stopped to : for many years only inferior, .
although he has been retired some colored tasteless
years.he New Dealers will come in here with false figuresto father was a learned man. 1. listen. She peered through a crack in the walls and tificially ar-I .
of sound road are snipped out of Florida for -
is the father our county discredit this bill. not in the wisdom of \ saw him talking to a strange object. She watched. at retail fruit stores. Why isn't j : mCcdl GROVES

system. 'They will attempt to chow that the small books but in the wisdom I where he secreted it. there a law against the coloring; ,

taxpayer is retting far less of a break from this, of one who has lived .' ll The next morning when the young man had of oranges EO the purchaser would : 33 N. Orange Blossom Trail |_

Hold on to Good Valencias bill than the big taxpayer" Mundt said. "We many seasons with' the \ gone to the fields the herdsman's daughter took the not be fooled in buying this inferior : Orlando Florida I.,:. I

know the sort of figures they will use-and I wind and soil with object out and looked at its shiny surface. What fruit? Why can we not
AND auction markets for \
BOTH know where they come from. The fact is that thr animals and growing she saw enraged her. "So my husband is enamouredof buy fruit ripened on the tree by I VALENCIAS :

have been healthy for the past Treasury Department has what amounts to a I things. Each day the old \ another oman!" she cried. "And he dares bring nature? THIS SEEDLESS VARIETY i

.couple of ,weeks. secret liaison office with the PAc-and between ( man would delight his the likeness of this ugly and crooked-nose hag into j I would gladly welcome you / j
I of oranges-chock fun of golden
This has been due in the main to good them they'll see to It that the Democrats have i I son with some new won-' my house!" i sending me any literature about ,': 0 rich Juice-is now at its peak of d
all sorts of charts to smear this bill. | der-the way birds act When her husband returned she upbraided him I your Commission. My only intent goodness. leD send a box or :
is to be able to buy those i basket to back home* This
shipments. "On the surface Sec. Snyder appears friendlyand before a storm how to tell when the snow is readyto for his infidelity. She confronted him with the delicious Florida oranges tree gift would be highly appreciated. I

overloaded.The square with the Republicans" continued the slide in the Spri g. shiny object in the carved frame. He snatched it ripened and without added color iI '

South Dakota Congressman but there are things As long as his father was alive the young from her and insisted on his right to cherish the that one could buy on the market A Fun Variety of the Famous IWiscousia

past two days have seen some 1]j I going on down there which we ought to look into." man never thought of taking a wife. No woman, likeness of his honored father. several years ago.I I ; BLUE MOON BRAND I
result has been Ckectt IS
heavy shipments. The a j Mundt assured his colleagues that the figures he reasoned, could give him the understanding and "Honored father!" she mocked. "It is the likeness am happy this complaint can- .

tendency the part of the trade to pull I j I the Treasury would show would be false. When sympathetic companionship of his beloved sire. of the horrid woman who has bewitched you.I not be applied to our Virginia Cheddar Gold-N.Rich Imported Blear Style Varieties.I Swiaa.I .-

in its buying horns a trifle. There were reports i someone asked how the public could be informed One Winter night, the old man closed his eyes shall tell my brothers and they will drive you from ples and country hams. ap-I I Also a wide assortment of

last night that FOB prices dropped that they were false he replied that the authors I and joined his illustrious ancestors. The son was the valley. i Roanoke Va. J. H. I' Spreads.

of the figures "will be exposed." seized with a great loneliness. When the They quarreled bitterly all that night. The I
from $3.25 to $3.10. I I i snows I The teeth of nearly all sharks| : A Complete Stock of Fairy I
:J Truman himself will get them out" promisedi melted the following Spring he took unto him- next morning on the youth's reasonable insistence '
This is bad medicine, and we are ad- I and skates are set in the gums I! : Groceries for LnncbeoBS: Parties
ministering to ourselves. ]1 Mundt. now that he has decided to follow the Republican self the daughter of a neighboring herdsman.The they agreed to submit their dispute to the Ancient rather than the jaws and fall away I i FROZEN. VEGETABLES-

been policy of clearing out disloyal Govern- union was not a happy one. The new wife and Saintly Man who' lived in the temple on the and are replaced more or less con-' FRtrrs-SEAFOODS /
: The way the bulk of our crop has ment employes." soon wearied of hearing her husband praise his hill. i tinuously. I/: ..................wwww.d

cleaned up and the good quality of the re- father. Envious of the position the departed one The Ancient Man listened to their curious

maining Valencias is almost guaranteed "Sugar Daddy" Tobey: Colleagues hushed it up. occupied in their home, she lashed the youth. with story. Then he withdrew to his cell to reflect and I

positive of $5 and higher' markets come but an intra-party Republican spat broke out at I stinging little words whenever he mentioned his beloved pray for divine guidance, taking the shiny object I PLYMOUTHBRAKE

,i' mid-April and May. The smart boys are the secret GOP caucus on sugar rationing the other parent. There were many scenes of anger with him. I CHRYSLER

:' hanging on to their crops and that's whatwe day. Veteran Sen. Charles Tobey of New Hamp- I and the rice they shared was bitter. This was his judgment: "The likeness is indeed

all should be doing. shire, who favors continued rationing, and fresh- One day a peddler from a distant land came that of the young man's father, but he is no longer I RELINING DRUMS TURNED

": --" SIBBg % man Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy of Wisconsin who .to the valley. The youth trudged to the road at the young and strong as he was when the son acquiredhim -

wants to abolish controls, did some toe-to-toe,j t foot of the temple where the merchant was displaying from the peddler. Alas he has grown old ana LATEST EQUIPMENT EXPERT
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Vegetable Industry to Co-operate
verbal slagging. :l i his wares. There were ornaments with sick from listening to your ill-tempered and unmannErly -

1935 THE Florida citrus industry Except for acid language and baleful glares. colored stones which shone in the sun. There bickering His eyes are fun of sadness WORKMANSHIPEasy
been alternately cussing and prais- however, no bones were broken. I I were little slivers of polished metal which held and a thousand wrinkles' line his honorable face.

ing the Florida Citrus Commission created Tobey bluntly accused McCarthy of being the things together. The young husband selected 10 Go back to your home my children and compose i Payments On Overhauling "

under the regime of Gov. Dave Sholtz to Senate spokesman: for Walter Mack, boss of the handspans of bright-colored cloth for his wife. As your differences. You will find life gives you back 11III'

help regulate Florida's No. 1 industry. Pepsi-Cola Co. who wants to end sugar controls. he turned to go his eyes fell on a curious objectin what you yourself put into it. As for this poor A. P. CLARK MOTORS, Inc

The New Hampshire Senator brought out that the a hand-carved frame. It had a shiny surface old man leave him here with me, to live out his I
The plaudits have outweighed the curses chief reason for Mack's position is that PepsiColahas such as he had never seen: before. days within these quiet and holy walls." R89 N. ORANGE PHONE 2.0746I

down through the years, however, and the extensive sugar plantations in'Cuba and could He looked Into it. and was astonished. What he The young man and his wife walked together

;. industry generally has profited by a cen- use for itself all the sugar produced on these plantations saw was his father. But it wasn't the image of the down the road to their hut. I

tralized program of sales promotion and I I if rationing were abolished."It sick and weary man who had died the Winter be- The Ancient and Saintly Man watched them

advertising.Now is an interesting! coincidence." declared fore. It was the father he remembered from his until they were out of sight. Then he smiled. GOOD ANYTIME.. .

i comes Florida's vegetable indus- Tobey fixing McCarthy with a withering eye, "a 0

try, a rapidly growing part of the State's very interesting coincidence that the language of WESTBROOK PEGLER SAYS
the Senator's bill ( decontrol
a measure McCarthyhas
drive to become one of the major feed
introduced] is strikingly similar to the text of
boxes of the nation, will plan program for Mr. Mack's
testimony before the Banking and
similar centralization of 'effort. Currency Committee. A Priest and Labor Lawsindividuals

We believe it a wise move, and, if the "Maybe the Senator can explain that. added

legislation passes, a move which will increase Tobey. who also brought out that the Wisconsin 4 r-
Br WESTBROOK PEGLER who abuse the closed shop and collec- __ w
the industry's income and.sales by Senator had circulated a letter among his colleagues -I '
healthy amounts. Unlike the citrus deal, supporting the Pepsi-Cola position, without A few years ago in New York. I got a telephonecall tive bargaining. While attending the sick on the
from the Rev. Jerome L. Toner, a Catholic 1 YA
however, the vegetable setup will be of actually naming the company. lower decks of the Queen Elizabeth on the way _
Priest who was studying labor and unionism which I

purely voluntary nature. Coca-Cola TS. Pepsi-Cola: Til be glad to, for are not altogether synonymous and was fixing to to Europe during this last period of madness called

The wise and aggressive leadership of the gentleman is very much mistaken" shot back write a thesis on the closed shop for his Ph. D. war, I saw a lot of rats that disturbed me. ButI

LaMonte Graw, manager of the Florida McCarthj. "I suggest that he read page 192 of the From memory I would say that he had beena would have been frantic if someone had said we

Vegetable Committee has done much to hearings where I brought out that the PepsiColaCo. lumberjack or longshoreman handling lumber in should burn the ship to get rid of those rats andI

bring the various portions of the industry and the Coca-Cola Co. both had selfish interests .g the Northwest. He knew a great am talking about the animal kind. I oP 1d
together. in this sugar controversy. Coca-Cola naturally deal about Dave Beck the regional

wants controls continued because it doesn't ,;w ruler of the Teamsters' Union of "I wish and pray that some of those men who 1

want to see its chief competitor get all that sugar gx C.-<<:: the AFL, and Mr. Beck's system of like to be called leaders of labor had half the
The JayCees and Our Growth : = with in the _
co-operation employers
from its Cuban plantations."I i honesty and principle that you have. It Is not
AND DRIVE have contributed : stated Interests of industrial and
"yOUTH might add that it was under my cross- ;i :
your fault If people get the wrong impressionsfrom
J. much to the remarkable growth of Or- examination of Mr. Mack that these sugar holdIngs ,li civil peace but with results com- "
lando down through the of Pepsi-Cola were unearthed. j* parable to Mussolini's labor re- what you say, but it is the fault of many
years. "'.:1.. lations. He was no more naive labor leaders that workers have to L.oe+F f. Preoewe Puewt.ARrt .
Wheel horse of the youthful activity has "Well. Fm willing to go by the statistics of the -', suffer as they

been the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Department of Agriculture" countered Tobey in the ; about the hard facts of life with- do. I have tried to stress that the Warner act i U. S. Senator I .E: T.E t14 A'i R i
: in unions than he was about lifen
From humble beginnings the JayCees secret caucus. These show it is absolutely neces- was made to protect the worker and not the rot .i ''Ntt I R 1
the barbarian where employers i
sary to continue rationing to protect the areas t i iI
Orlando have become the largest chanter I housewife against commercial users. The American Department 1 had excluded the unionsby unions. The latter have taken over the protections HORIZONTAL VERTICAL & 54

in the nation for the past three years. Thisis \ also informs me that 95 per cent of the commercial force. inn by the act to the workers to abuse I 1,7 Pictured 1 Peaceful of t ARTTIRIQ A,

something for Our Town of 55,000 citizen users do not object to continued rationing PeglerWe lunched and I thought I them with it. And that ion especially when they U. S. senator' 2 Con v t AUI2ISt A''

I and that in fact the only big commercial user had taught Father Toner well have a closed shop. 11 Maker 3 Foreguard s.. -

Orlando continues to grow and will con- demanding decontrol is our old friend and the so I reproached myself for failure when he finally I quote the benign words about me not In vanity t 1 12 Traps j 4 That Part of thing face A '

tinue as long as we have young men with Senator's friend Pepsi-Cola. plumped for the closed shop in a learned, but but by way of showing that not all of us who disagree -; 14 Tilt 6 Snatch 8 MI '
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:young ideas tackling big civic problemswith I McCarthy retorted hotly that Tobey was being erroneous work and got his degree. on principles are necessarily ferocious although -I 15 Secure 7 Preposition

the of and the "unfair." Colleagues intervened and the two gladi- Father Toner is now professor of industrial relations even in Congress and among friends in 17 Sound 8 Huge tub 23 Reigned 45 To (Scot)
verve youth enthusiasm ators finally cooled off. at St. Martin's College at Lacey Wash- commoner walks of life, fury has destroyed friend- i 18 Also 9 God Of love 25: Mountain 46 Higher

ington. propagating his fallacy no doubt and he ship and respect. Another purpose is to call attention ,, 19 Deduction! 10 He is in the nymph 47 Corn bread

I Orlando! Mornina Sentinel Radio I I recently made a statement in support of it before to the fact that some men of high principle 21 He formerly U. S. 28 Grain 48 Image
Program the Senate Committee on Labor and Public Wel- have not been deceived by those, whether doltsor in the 11 Applauds 30 Debenture 49 High shoe
w0a0 tSgel tdtl OR Qyyal tdroR2 O rNl 'oeo" fare. I shall refrain from tearing it to shreds in who distort New York Placed fab) 51 Floor covering
"no t'h.rrlt In WiMw "...to-Rt\'tUi. sitB esaWLOF CZZSUWORZ CT40) rogues every revelation of their Cut through 53
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r 1} Perm Reporter Rmlllv ____ Orange Titters J '45 Kin<._Jestera :h 8tadojroar! __ Music Unlimited this brief essay because it is too long complex and own failures and rascalities into attacks on ""labor," ,: state assembly 13 Surgical
( '30 !Bland! Erhni: K..*-R.,*1H. __ G* r... tUmbtor -41\0 House P.rt"En.ltliie.lflblL..eu stwjii"Part subtle for this compass. I might only convert 22 Mixed\ type thread 34 Bloodlessness' Symbol: foriifc
(,45 Nr-SUm Bryant Rrrrtlle ,_.no_ Georgia Rambler 4 IS House Party ___ Johnson Family Stud, Party: meaning people who work. t 16 Note of scale 36 Vegetables tantalum r:*
4'341 Dr. __ to his heresy who believe as I do, including 23 Anent
Patent Malone Cliff Ertwards _.. Party
T-flO Vi n News-Mu. Clack News H Studio I do believe that a national act forbidding the 37 Hires 57 Tellurium
?.1V *B Patrol Musical Clock Moraine Devotions -4.45-Alliance Charrn- Dick Tracy __on studio Party ____ myself. 24 Negative 19 Altar screen
t Listen s..liOO1ef Air T.rn...- closed shop would cause bloodshed in many cities 20 Empowered 43 Pungent plant (symbol)
:30 wake Up tt Mornio Chrrotwn News ___ ?2 Photo Stndlo P.rt7-ZZ : 26 Toward
7 45 ".wt -- _hO, N...-NUL In''itO Club _u___ 5' School of Air Sts Kiss, n__ studio Party I Father Toner told the committee that Pres. and might paralyze the country with God-only- -
.00 PBS.w r"i'i.N.rtuI"m"sk;-_-KW .__ '2? tae Ao". Jack Armstrei. Radio Rodeo De Valera had said to him: "I wish to God that : 27 Scrub 1r ", I IS 1 i 1 a
S Tiger De. __..___ __ t knows-what awful consequences. To that a ,
0 15 Dane Parade __ Band of tttr Day 74O Club Air Lane Tel Radio Rodeo ____ 29 English forest .
the had of
.30 Norman Brasley Joe India TrIo __ 74O Club -"OO-O-H-Gu: : = (; Dinner-Music.New .._._.____ day never come when the misdeeds Government must face such crises or fall is im- I i 31 Beverage I '. I Ii
t.45 Prank Parker u' Setback Breakfast 740 .Blob ___ S:U Lone RaDa"r ___ Bob Lyle-Sports"Mnsle far industrial relations became the headache and
petuous. In this case we would create the crisis andI i 32 Insect
-1:00: News. Dick k Jean Breatrat Club_:: : News-- ====:. 30 Leos Raa..r Greyhound GUI Music for ttSlnJ heartache of Government. I wish had stayedin I ... .,
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9'15 DnotiollS _._. Bmkfat Chlb 'I'tO Club _____ Sport Parade_Lowell Thomas would rather endure the closed shop indefinitely 133 Glutted ,. "
30 Time Out Mute Breakfast Club .. Woman. World -1:00: JoIntmof'W Patton Lewis-JrClitTld Sup:Club the economic arena where they belong. and meanwhile cure some of the evils which it inflicts 35 He is interested -
.45Ttme Out. ..u_ Breakfast Clab_Woman World_ 7:13.: Jack, Smith _- Elmer DTl __h Meet the Band .. In other words "backward turn backward.- ,i ,'. ,k a u'I
lO-Oo'Sammy: Ituo"Y- -=- Troe-Start .: <>-Me-Upon Thug ,:30 Sparkle Tim Fa orlte. Comp'ten Follow Throuih than sacrifice one life. in .
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10'15 Tears Sincerely!! Mr Tm StOr7 __ Nelson Olmsted Sparkle TIm. Favorite Comp sers H. V. Kaltenbom I laws n. 1" I. .
19'30 Erelyn Wlnteri '. Betty Crocker __ Old and New _. a'OO'Pa".7-Brk. Ado:In Research-_-Hit hways-in-MeL 38 Any .::tt. jF.
JO,49 Fashion I. Mmlc. Ustenln PestOld and New_.__. a'1S Pa.D7 Brteo Holly House ___ Highways in MeL Next my friend quoted from a decision by Chief 'Father Toner is deceived in believing that the ; t, 31i
1100 Arth.r-Qod'7ToaBreD"i"p, 'Wring ..:.2? TMs Man ____ Your FBI MuMcal Show Caie. made to I 39 Accomplish i
She>w Bill Henry _._ Justice Taft in which Mr. Taft said that laborers Wagner Act was "protect the worker and
11'IS Alhnr Godfrey Tern Breneman Fred Wannr Show Musical Show Case i 140 Edward (ab.) .
11'30 Nat Branndvynn Hollywood Story Jack Beech SlwwIt 0 10GiaDY Simma! ---l'rnk the Bani-: ?-People-Arc-Puny- must be given an opportunity to deal on equality .not to the unions. 41 Compaq point 3t = w i.
:4S Rmn Ted MahMM ____ __..!. tn RAT.: 0-IS G,,., Simms Break: the Bank People Are moor with their employer. He then came out for indus- If ,there ever was any intention to abate labor
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12-00 News ____ Kenny Baker Shew News _ : Durante-Moor The Sheriff Wayne Kin* Show' Espouse iti+ s"-' 1..1f ,
U,15 Little Chew; Kenny Baker So Echoes: fr'm Tropic IU DuranteMoorcThe- Sbulff-- &>oru Wayne King Show try-wide bargaining.I ; disputes 'the fat was soon demonstrated that this : 44 Dull-willed \ -f
12'30 Helen Trent -_ Kennel Reporter Perrell a Harmon. io1lOPu.. Be Itnarant Cavalcade. of Sf1*T Rend.t with Rh..I I As told him long ago; this only means that law had the opposite effect. We immediately went Container 31 :ot' '. : w
Sunday Noon Pan I. '
12 10 Oar Ol Day Variet't Marn Matine ora4rt Cavalcade of Seta Rend s with Rhy ?w 4
'l-OO: 'Big'Sister-::::::::-Baukhare"Talkln*-Bkekhes!! : in JI.W. 10:30 Nolaic _______ Am- Sports Page Rend TS' with Rhy|f one day. and there can be no better day than the into- an era of labor disputes more riotous and expensive 50 Turkishofficial :
1:15": Perkins __ PerreU Time. ___, Sketches: in Melod 1045-Main ________._ Sports- Pan___-__ Rend'oua WT RhyllOO I soonest day. we must give the worker an oppor- than any other season of unrest since the 4.,1.. +t .r 41
Men Griffin ___ News tL' __ ; 3rf / ?t'
Talk Feature Tooite
1:30: News Vets Kmp nt Wd News HI
1:45 Road of' Uf ___h Af ern'a: Ufdifns Siesta.Serenade 11:15 .1... C. Hancb. _-_ Dick Jercens Orch. M.rknesa of Wash. i t tunity to deal on equality' th the men who run Civil War. and Congress caught the Labor Re- 52 Footlos SO Si ;- n. { 5\
-t:00 Kate-Smith' _-__ Walter Iteraa.7N1Isic Unlideea 11:3O Dance 0I' h.. Lombardo'. Orrh W'id's Great Novel his union. But who are "we?" "We" means the lations Board in the act of fomenting disputes an'lintpicking 53 Grime ;; rr
11::45 Dance Orch. __ Lomb'rdo OrNews. W'Id-t Great Novel t
i'15 Ad*. Perry Mason Smile Time Music Unlimited h 54 Weaken ;
1.:1O Walter Kimblo ___ Bride. .* Groom Musi Unlimited 12''OO-N... Sign OU News __ I i{ workers the citizens. for grievances where none existed. 56 Fancies s Sio
2.4$.Rose of My Dreams Bride A. Orooa MasK Unlimited_ 12'IS Music Blue Barron Grch. "As you know from my book." Father Toner
"s no Bew ,e*-Par vac Ladies Be Seated Mute Unlimited 12 30 Muse __ ?..? .?____ Three Suns Tno J!ill Seaweed 51 SS9 '
t writes me. "I do not condemn the closed shop as After this column Westbrook Pegler win be on
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$2 Million in RoadWork Auction Price i----

.4 ; ; Orlando DAR Political Tax Rejected Newsmen Open

Bids ReceivedTALLAHASSEE Shows DeclineSpecial

ry;,5 1.s. Florida AFL Members
ar Leads Awards By Meeting TodayTALLAHASSEE
[UP] The State' Road Department [NEW to YORK Orlando-Morning Both Florida
received bids $2,513,386 on road and conJ
yesterday totaling oranges and grapefruit prices de- ST. PETERSBURG [AP] Delegates to the annual
[UP] Approximately -
contracts 15 Florida counties. under ST. AUGUSTINE TAP1 The
j bridge clined some yesterday vention of the Florida Federation of Labor at the closing I
The bids cover improvement maintenance. oper- heavier receipts. Florida Society Daughters of the 100 newspaper editors and
heavy and American Revolution, which end- .sessions here yesterday voted to meet in Jacksonville next
Leon Martin St.. Lucie Indian River Brevard Boat receipts were publishers win gather here today
ations in
most of the fruit was sold Thurs- ed its State Conference here yes- heard several speakers: and acted on a number of
year for a three-day meeting of the Associated
Volusla. Broward. Palm Beach.,.
day as many receivers like to be terday announced awards to State 'resolutions.After I
Polly Sarasota. Escambia Duval. t. chapters for outstanding work as Dailies in Florida.
.. and Columbia as light as possible for : much debate they refused i Robert W.
Nassau, Dixie in I follows: Association Pres.
Watson Vetoes Boat receipts are now coming ,
Counties. to tax each member a dollar a Bentley of the Bradenton Herald
The projects and apparently for Monday, Wednesday and Red Cross: Orlando Chapter Hyacinth Fund year with which to fight anti-I will preside at a directors: meet-

low bids were: Thursday. t first; Everglades Miami, second; labor legislation and oppose unsympathetic ing tonight. New officers win be
Paving nine and seven-tenths Sales and volume has grown i and Ponce de Peon, Winter political candidates elected at a business session Sat
ea of road 349 north of Old- Court until it is an important factor, rt Haven third.American and to assess $1.000 fine on any- urday.
in Dixie County; L. L. Hall Appeal in this market. Dealers report t 1. Bill IntroducedWASHINGTON one buying fish from an
Construction Co.. of Orange Park. California. Navels moved up Indian: Himmarshee ed commercial Tops up for discussion In.
again under light receipts and Fort Lauderdale first: Jacksonville unlicens-j I elude the proposed Everglades
.$197.505. .TALLAHASSEE [UP Atty. Gen second Some members said
Chapter Everglades
for March. National Park by John D. Pen-
Paving 10 miles of road 151. reached a new high
he [AP] Rep. resolution aimed at
Watson said yesterday (
Tom third and Clearwater. fourth.
Leon Navel ship- nekamp of the Miami Herald
!north of road 10 in County. Southern California ..
Atty.-Gen. Tom Watson whose
Glen G. Searing and Company of would appeal to the Legislature ments are now running to fairly Homemakers awards for dresses Domengeaux tD-Lal. introduced and the Educational building
:Jacksonville .15305. rather than carry to the State heavy volume, but this market went to Ann Sims of Coral Gables. legislation yesterday to appropriate anti-closed shop constitutional I program by Paul Rogers of the
Supreme Court his fight to oust sponsored by the Everglades Chapter amendment was adopted by .
2t miles of road five has not received any increase in $25 million to rid American Unirersitjr of Florida.
; Repaving director of Florida voters.Although I I
Col. H. N. Kirkman as this month. and to Joan Webb. sponsored I
earlier -
between Fort Lauderdale and supplies oer streams of the "menaces" of water
the State Highway Patrol. by the Cora Stickney Harper the delegates knockedout Saturday afternoon Gov. Millard -
Delay Beach in Broward and Sales of Florida oranges yester- SEN. WALTER HARDIN Chapter Fort Pierce.In hyacinths and alligator Caldwell. Cabinet members
J. D. The Leon Circuit Court Wednesday grass. the- $1,000 fine in the fisher-
Palm Beach Counties, totaled 50 cars with prices
day and Legislators will meet with the
Manly Construction. Co. ofLeesburg. upheld Kirkman's rightto averaging lower. Top prices were proposes legal change the junior group the The two Domengeaux said are men's resolution asked by the editors to talk other
I over problems
the office. Watson said the costing Louisiana $75 million an- Gulf Coast Fishermen's Union, I
241489. $6.15 with most fruit selling with- \ & awards went to Betty DueT facing the State.
court affirmed that a State officer nually and are prevalent in Texas, they did endorse a request that a '
road 10-25 sponsored by the Fort Pierce
five between
of 3205.70
.Repaving of in range I I'I At a Saturday night dinner at
$1.25 license fee be
must be elected or appointed Mississippi. Arkansas. Alabama non-
and St. Wednesday. Cal Hardin Asks group, and to Ann Nelson,
Martin than
Fort Pierce in but cents lower spon- residential fishermen and 75 the State Women's College, winners -
by the Governor I Georgia Florida and California.The
totaled only nine sored by Everglades .
C. ShepardCo.
Lucie Counties. W. ifornia Navels cents for residents. win be announced in the first
., )int.< of Atlanta $414,205. disagreed with his cars and averaged $6.71. 20 cents hyacinths explained the j I
annual featui
12.5 miles of road five that Kirkman is a State officer. than Wednesday and I Law Reform With the names of 131 girls Louisianan. block waterways, endanger The convention also: news editorial, ,
Repaying higher
from the St. Lucie County line "1 am not going to carry this highest price in more than a I from .Florida' high schools submitted I health by polluting waters Made organization of citrus sports and photographic contest!

to Vero Beach and from Wabassoto case to the Supreme Court of month. I the society chose La Verne destroy fish and wildlife and workers iU No. 1 aim for: the
the Brevard County line. In Florida because the Legislature Grapefruit prices also eased On Taxation I Green of Baldwin High School. I vitally affect navigation commerce coming year.Concurred I I Kiwanis Compiles

Indian River County, R.T. Gor- convenes in two weeks. the At- some, with 41 Vi cars of Fl ridas.I sponsored by the Katherine Livingston drainage and flood control.
don and Co. of',Jacksonville. torney General said"The explana- Top prices reached $7 but prices I i BRADENTON IAP Rep. Walter Chapter of Jacksonville as I I Domengeaux said an Army engineers in a resolution of Record
$180,961. tion of the Circuit Judge in his were off 25-30 cents a box from. S..Hardin of Bradenton said.yes- the Good Citizenship Pilgrim to surveys authorized by a the Florida Typographical Conference : [tSoeriol to Orlando Morning $Sentinel]

Paving 7.34 miles of road 60, order is clear enough to give the Wednesday, and most sales were terday he would introduce a bill Washington. D. C., alternates are bill he previously introduced Indicates I[ picket lines demanding all the respect. EUSTIS total of 240 years of .
east of Lake Wales in Polk Legislature all that it should require $1.85-350. Texas grapefruit continues to create a community property Geraldine Albury of Key West a permanent method ofI union mem- perfect attendance have been conSI -
County J. W. Conner and Sons to act upon the conditions to arrive in moderate to law for Florida as soon as the Leg- sponsored by the Everglades Chap-I I I getting rid of the two growths bers.Approved resolution I piled by members now active inI

Inc.. of Tampa. $307,973" which exist. I light quantities and also eased islature convenes April 8. ter of Miami, and Melba Hall of may be found. continued'enforcement a of asking rent I i the Eustis Kiwanis, Sec. J. B..
* Widening and L67mils Watson. declared that on. three somewhat under pressure ofi The Manatee County Repre- Tavares. sponsored by the Okla- I The new bill would ;also pro- control. Reilly announced.

of road five north of occasions ne naa complained 01 i heavier Florida receipts. Two cars sentative said be was convinced waha Chapter. hibit the transportation of water I This is an average of four yean
road 515 in Brevard County and the official conduct of Kirkman. I of Marsh Seedless averaged $2.74. prompt enactment of such a hyacinths in interstate commerce. Approved a resolution stating of perfect attendance for each. In

372 miles of road five between In each case he said, "the Attor- One I car of Foster Pinks averaged measure would save citizens of Oil Well/ that Communist Party members 1935 the club achieved a perfect
South city limits of Port General was ignored by the million in Drilling are not wanted in the
the ney $2.90. one half car of Pink Seedless Florida at least $22 attendance record. and from May.
F. F. L.Recommended
Orange and the North city director and repudiated by the averaged $284 and half car Federal income taxes annually. McGehee To Head I I 1942 to August. 1945 the record
limits of South Daytona in Vo- Cabinet with respect to this Ruby Reds averaged 311. For the "Under a community tax law, a Yields Salt WaterFORT that the white : was perfect. The club has 55

lusU County, Dnval Engineering claims f. ." I I past week or two Ruby Reds have married man and his wife are al- MYERS rAP Industry Group primary bill be referred to the active six privileged and two military -
and Contracting Co. of "I am glad." he continued "that been out-selling all other Texas I lowed to file separate income tax Oil Humble executive board for a study and members.
.Jacksonville. $38,828. the Circuit Judge expressly decreed Company "shot" its No 9 well JACKSONVILLE rAP action.
I returns even though the wife may C. G.
fruit. in the
Widening 13 culverts and four that he did not regard Tangerine and Temple sales ,1 not have invested any money or Immokalee Sunniland field south of McGehee of Jacksonville was reelected Endorsed a bin asking retire- Arrest Made in Theft.
bridges on road five between the the director to be an officerof I with best fruit time in the husband's savings" he yesterday and broughtin president of the Associated ment Increases and annual leave
line and the were 4'a) cars a heavy flow of 100 cert payments for letter LOS ANGELES TAP) John Lawrence
Duval County I per carriers. -
the State but considered said. "The saving in tax is very Industries of Florida at the
others unchanged.Some ,
Georgia: State line. In Nassau I him an employ because this makesit strong and to considerable in most cases" salt water the company's office 17th annual meeting here yester I, Concurred in a resolution l asking : Pick,.22. who said he wa
Brothers Construction fancy line brought up !,at Everglades City announced. for referendum the adopted of Albert Pick-
County. Cleary a on an act son ,
clear the extent of official 11
as to Hardin said a study of the nine day. It will be his fifth term as
Co. of West Palm Beach- I. responsibility resting upon the I 16.84. but most sales were $1.75- I States- which have a community I| Pipes had been set to depth of head of the organization. placing a floor under fire fighters vice-president of the North Shore
5. Strawberries continue a very ., more than 12.000 feet in I I salaries and supporting State Bank of Miami Beach
$41.497. I anticipa- a yesterday
Governor and his Cabinet in property law showed that Floridians Other officers re-named
Clearing.and paving 11.6 miles, scarce item and all well graded tion of an oil strike since the holeis 1 were: Civil Service law for them. I I i was bound over for trial on a
the conduct of this department. '''J.
are "paying about 15 Ingle of Jacksonville: C. H.
i 47 between Fort White ] apples are expensive. per situated between two of the Asked amendment to the rail- charge of robbing Hollywood
cent than the Federal income Crandon of Miami and Hunter
troad!: City in Columbia I more company's producing wells. I road retirement act asking similar !-,: Roosevelt Hotel of $5,800 cash and
SouthernReceives taxpayers" of those States. |Brown of Pensacola. vice-presi i
Caddell and Jackson of Florida DeLand Agency Makes Terming the results a "complete benefits for highway employes. checks. *
dents and J. L. Dart of Jacksonville
;Jacksonville. $200.104. I failure" the company announcedthat ; i Voted to disregard a resolution -
Widening Whitaker Bayou $45,000LAKEI.AND Sale of Cattle Ranch Caldwell's Office the No. 9 would be capped. treasurer.J. I condemning CIO for Your Club Today I
road 45 in Sarasota [AP Pres. Ludd M. Frank Rushton of Jacksonville "pernicious activity" in
bridge on j [Soecwl to Orlando Morning Sentinel] organizing I ORLANDO Klwanla: Club CofC )ld".
Has Election I elected Ted
was secretary.
County, Cleary Brothers $12,261. of Florida Southern Col- I Day workers in Florida. .
Spivey I DELAND-Sale of an 8,000-acre Customs Force Cut 12 1* p m. Lions dab. CotC Bldi. U1*
D. Bayley of Jacksonville, who
Constructing 344-foot concrete lege yesterday announced receiptof of I TALLAHASSEE rAP Yesterdaywas II Speakers included Howard T. It '
cattle ranch in the western part
TAMPA lAP Orders have been has been executive of BARTOWKlwaaii: Club. G&bcrVOakaHotel
secretary .
bridge over Bayou Chicoon a $45.000 gift from an anony- the State was reported here by election day for Gov. Cald- I Colvin. associate director of the 1205 Pm.
road 93 In Escamba County I received from Washington to discharge the group was named executive i U. S. Conciliation Service Han. IJlfDELAND.
mous Florida woman for erectionof Floyd A. Maxwell of the Maxwell- well's office staff and chance vis- ; Miss .COCOA.. : Kiwanis Club City:
Contracting Company I 16 of Florida's 47 customs vice-president and general man- Allie Mann p.
Hardaway the representative of the
small at college.
a chapel Nilsson agency following his re- itors who' dropped by. I I > Rotary Club. CofC Auditorium.
.of Pensacola. $618,404. port patrolmen because of a cut in ager. American Federation of Teachersand
This donation, he said increasedto turn from a trip to that section.) The Governor recently had some 12ECSIIS
Constructing timber fender on 195,000 the gifts received since the Federal appropriation Allie Mrs. Ethel Keller, presidentof Rotary Club. Granaries Hotel -
interest in photographs taken and was sub- .
each side of draw span on bridge March 12 for the Southern West the He reported establishment a growing of large pasturage -! mitting the proofs for everyone's J. Angle U.: S. Customs Collectorfor Constable Indicted t? the Hillsborough County HAKES 1215! p CITY m : Rotary dub. Polk Bout
St. Johns River adjacent to Florida, said yesterday. .Teachers Federation. '
12 15
over p m.KISOISMrt
Program requiring
Development of'
Campus Persons looking at BRADENTON lAP The
tracts for the production I : Townwnd Club. Commninitr -
viaduct in Jacksonville
.Riverside approximately 1500000. beef cattle in every section of them were asked to vote for their County grand jury yester- I' Ho_. s p.m. Odd rcllovi.. Fraternity:
Cleary Brothers. $4590. I Florida. I favorites in one-two-three order. Seminole P-TA to Meet day indicted Constable Charles Liquor Dilution ChargedMIAMI i Hall I p m.
Replacing existing deck of I I I MOUNT DORA Lions Club. Community:
swing span of bridge over St. structures and constructing one This is the second such sale ) Caldwell ccnsidered the choices 1 [Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel] M. Stewart or Bradenton on two [AP] Eight Miami bar Bide. 7:3O pin.SANPORD Bo.r..

Marys River on road five in Nassau 105-foot bridge on road five in made by this agency within the i iI carefully and then went ahead f| SANFORD The March meeting charges of extorting money from operators surrendered yesterday to I Hou- 12: Lions'IS p m1UUSVTLLI Club. CmrltoB -
County Cleary Brothers, Martin. St. Lucie and Indian I i past few weeks with R. C. Powell and made his own selection. He of the County Council of the Negroes by threatening to arrest I the U. S. Marshall's Office on : Rotary Club. Woman
"17500. River Counties. Cleary. Brothers i having completed the previous j didn't say whether or not he was I i Parent-Teachers Assn. will be held them on gambling and bootlegging charges of diluting their liquor tin. 12: 15 HAVEN-pm Lions Club. Bavtn Ha

Widening existing drainage 157464. I transaction. I guided by majority opinion. at Lake Mary this morning at 10. charges. stocks. ul. 12.IS DJn."CHIPS" .

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Score 36Victory Yesterday's :',

Three-Hour .Fr -
J| ly BOB HAYES -$ "' 1 .
Orlando Morning Sentinel Sports Editor] I : -

GAINESVILLE-Ray [Bear} Wolf staged a Spring Defeat 6-2 6 2 ir ,.-. .. ..- ,
showing of his 1947 T-formation-minded football club here 11-11 DeadlockBy ; ,, .

yesterday before about sportswriters, guests and stu- : -.lnSA
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dents and two little freshman halfbacks about the size of a By 101 ADDIE 'i: 'J' ,::",: :, ,

,_ bar of soap and)just as slippery. stole the spotlight.Hal I [Woshinqton WEST PALM Times-Herold BEACH-Things Sports Staff (Orlando Morning!KARL Sentinel HUNZIKEK Sports Staff] :,.*'">. 'AT

Griffin of Tampa and'' 'JI'
reverted to normal here yesterdayas
Loren Broadus of Jacksonville : to Bishop in the end zone for the the Nats stingily hoarded their r '. Coach Joe Justice's Rollins College ALGREENS

were the little fellows who captivated -i score. II,hits and trimmed the Athletics. l.Syt .. 1947 edition Tars and of the Mgr.Orlando Lou Bevil's Sena I !
during the ,
the assemblage I Billy Parker converted for the .6-2. Washington made seven tors' entry in the Florida State .
game-length scrimmage. which second time and the "Whites". led hits as did the As but what the League battled to a three-hour ::. "" .
the varsity-tinged "white squad 14-7 at halftime. Nats lacked in slugging prowess rc "
i 11-11 in -
nine-inning tie a listless
I{won by a 36-21 margin from the I'I'orange" Early in the third. Belden tossedto I they made up in alertness as they and drawn out practice game at -
team. I Dewell rushing In the right flat took advantage of five Philadelphia Tinker Field yesterday afternoon. I
Griffin 16* pounder who zone for a 69 yard touchdown and t errors. Both teams used three pitchers
sparked 'the Gator last year, the "Whites" went out front 20-1.1 I Mickey Haefner and Sid Hudson who demonstrated beyond a doubt 15 W. PINESTORE

counted twice for the "WbIte"team A safety gave them two more made a good daily double while that not a single one of them
f nee on 61 yard sprint I points. the Nats were pecking away at were as far advanced in their HOURS
down tb* middle.Broadus Near the end of the third. Grif- I I Bill Dietrich and Bob Savage. skpjjT training as were their teammateswho
155 pounder who won fin piled over center broke into 'Haefner worked the first five played a fair to passable 8 A.M. TO 9 P.MeSCHUllEY

All-Southern honors at Andrew the clear and dashed 61 yards to ,,frames and gave up three hits and game afield. At least a brief
Jackson of Jacksonville last year : pay-dirt for the fourth "White" 'one run while Hudson was charged : flurry of wildness assailed every
put in a strong bid for the half- score. Parker converting to make with the rest. hurler to take the mound with a ,
back post opposite Griffin' this the score 29-7. Dietrich was more effective decided inability to find the home I

Fall with flashes of brilliant run- I' than the score indicatedalthough plate on the Part of three of BLACK LABEL
Early in the fourth Jimmy
ning. Sparking the "Orange"squad li..i. them adding materially to the I
he the losing pitcher. -
he pass In Yancey took handoff from lengthening of the game. '
intercepted I Bespectacled Bill didn'tgive
Julian Schamberg and went 38 '
the first his "w.ay:9.so-arYLaiett3vYax: %:"rtic+;KK.9o-vnR The Tars produced 11 hits off
way 60' yards for a touchdown yards for the "Oranges" second first the three Nats innings a whisper they in went the HEAD SPORTSMEN'S GROUP: The newly- -lOur Own Staff Photo: Barnes. the combined offerings of Jim
score. Lewis converted for the as
with speed an and eye-opening running ability.display of second time and "White" led. down by the numbers. In the elected officers, all of Kissimmee, of the reDavis, president and recently appointed commissioner -> Cook.Davis and Senator Ed Fragile.starter. Milford Jimmy

The "White" team followed up 29-14. fourth however the Nats par- cently organized Osceola County Sportsmen'sAssn. of the State Fish and Game Commission -..Talton's big stick, good for a 4-5 QT.

\ Broadus. scoring jaunt in the John Cox scored "Oranges" third layed for three three hits runs.and three Dietrich errors ., elected to office Wednesday night, are from the fifth district. Rear Tommy homer in the sixth when his driveto

first when Griffin sliced over touchdown on a four-yard sprint retired after one out in the fifth shown above. Left to right, seated, Jim Lee, second vice-president. Missing at the left field took a bad hop and
from the one to tie the score. 7- around left end and Lewis made got away from Seiloff. and went
alL good the conversion to narrow the when he wrenched his back. Johnson, treasurer; Dick Makinson, third vice- time the picture was made is J. C. Smith, to the left field bushes and a

The "White" squad counted score to 29-21. Elmer Valo Philadelphia right- I president; F. W. Engle, secretary and Ellis I first vice-president. single led the way while Hancock -

again In the second when a pass Forbes 30 yard angling drive fielder was slightly injured in the Tar__catcher, had two for $4.15.
interference penalty gave them a off left tackle accounted for the I first inning catching Gil Coan's two and Kleinlelter. Tar first I
first on the "Orange" 12. Doug final "White" score with Parker fly and retired from the game. Lose Sentinel Star sacker had two for three. '
Belden. sharp-passing Junior converting to set the final score at The Nats presented an odd line- Tigers I Sport Shorts | The Bevihnen. who hoppedto
quarterback from Tampa flippsd 36-21. I up with Coan in center in placeof an early lead that they saw
Stan Spence who went out fish- To Lee Editors whittled to nil by the deter-
Play W. A. Alexander. Georgia Tech Sports
ing yesterday and wasn't up to ; mined collegians turned loose LAIRD'S 3 STARBRANDY
grid mentor has entered a hos- two
bier sticks In the persons of
11 Nationally Famous Grapefruit League playing.Haefner had the As handcuffed Fletcher Today pital for .observation Herb Named to Posts third-baseman McCnllough who I

Men's" Wear for the first two innings but the Pennock. Philly general manager. got three for four including a

'I .Tear "Round Low ActivityAt I spell was .broken in the third as [Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel] I I has set out to contact the Dodgers | GAINESVILLE TAP' Ash Wingof terfield triple and who in Rex Throop een-
Sarasota pounded out a tremendous -
Hank Majeski singled past Sherry JACKSONVILLE Tanner
i TOM ices Mew York UU __102 010 3OO-T S I and Braves re possible player( Ocala was re-elected Presidentof eighth Inning homer to FIFTH
Robertson, took second on an infield twirled five-hit ball for the Lee
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transactions 95 universities the
III Rawhi (a) Hook. Silves- the Florida Sports-Writers centerfield flag pole with
Johnson. and out and scored GeneHandley.s
on Generals in shellacking Orlando's
I IrdanGreen
Winter Garden tri <.). .utl...... Zuber. (3) and McGah.At colleges and high schools swing into none on that was about all
II single to right. Tigers. 22-4 here yesterday. I Assn. in annual session at the University -
St. Petersburg: |I '
I Cincinnati N) __ 100 OOO OOO_1 3 1 The Nats met the challenge in The Tigers who oppose Duncan competition this week-end in' of Florida Mgr. Bevil could find to get excited 339'i t
I I I yesterday.
the 20th Texas Relays Jack 'i!
SL Lawn (N) 000 000 002-2 S 1 : about in the rather drab
their half of the fourth. Case U Fletcher's this
Ce / 'Go' | LiYeI,, Schultz (*) and Lakeman. basis, Senators after- ., Kramer and .Francisco (Panchol Named to serve with Wing werePete I performance of his set of rookies -
Hearn (T) Yecnin (t) and Qaragiola. Wilker started the uprising wits'a doubleto noon on the Beach School's Diamond - Segura defeated Oardnar Mulloy sports editor of the used yesterday.
( ,
WLOF Tonight I At Miami: left. Coan was safe on Handley's starting at 4. were able to ,, and Billy Talbert in a doubles exhibition :Tampa Tribune first vicepresident Jim Cavello. first Tar mound CALIFORNIA
on Pittsburgh N) __ 303 100 10O-T 11 error. Case going to third. score in only two innings the third I
at Daytona Beach. ; Arnold Finnesfrock sports tenant was responsible for
at. Louis (A) _. 000 000 100-1 4 3 the
Grace to center
.. *.,.. Ctrineevich- (4). and Kluttz: Zol- singled scoring and fifth. Tanner an ace cage 1 i| Charlie Root. Jr.. signed to tryout editor of the Florida Times Union. big lead ,the Senators grabbed ITALIANSWISS
e CX t dab McUlder (*) and .... Schultz (a). jAt ,I Case and when Centerfielder Aus- performer had the game well in as a twirler for the Hollywoodclub Jacksonville second vice-presi '' early in the game giving up five 1
Bartow: I Knickerbocker threw wild to COLONY
Detroit; 001 101 2O4-, 11 t I tin I hand throughout. I of the Pacific Coast League dent; Bob Hayes, Orlando hits and eight bases on balls good
Buffalo (IL) __ _- Oil 000 OOO_2 3 4llurk. third. Coan advanced to that base ORLANDO, LEE . Tommy Rodgers. one-armed lag Sentinel sports 1\IOrn-\\ for nine runs finally chalked up GOLD MEDAL
.. Gentry (4) and ..th... Mueller while Grace took second. St k M a1 ab p- k es .1
.wansoaj (T) and T.__'". Qinsborg (7).1 I I I rr'-Io: 2 5 I .__!to 1 1 1 2 1R.s.'Lw Harvard junior won the 155- treasurer and Whitey Kelley to him before leaving the gameon
At Loesburg: Vernon bounced at hit offHandley's 1 I 4 3c.nerw 5' 1 4 I I pound university boxing championship -I Miami Herald secretary. I the short end of a 9-0 count. I SWEET
-." both Coan "teplwno.rt f 1 1 1 I KooI Id." 4 I 3 .I
New York IA) 03O O01 13015 I glove scoring Southpaw Dick
_1".1" f I I I ."nl.1f f I I 1lkbblr.3b ..,: Latest word Is that Saurbaum proved
Ins1iaaaoo4is (AA)> 002. 01O OOO 3 13 I Elected to the board of directors
IIracl...,.. Karael I (5) anl D.nnino.r, Lot' and Grace and making the count 3 1 3 ..--.. 41165 Brooklyn's Pistol Pete Reiser will Jim I to be more effective and Jimmy WIRES
13-1 for the Nats. Another 1O'.1f 3 1 1 5 Wrb,2h 25431 were Condrey. Panama City;
lar I); Walsh Howard (S) and Turner j be to the and Lister. St. Cloud product hurled
ready season
f-_." f I I I 'an'.rf 12455 open Les Wilson. Tallahassee
J I this time by Hank Majeski. put ........... 1 I 0 Hifsg.lb 33455,, play. most of the season For ; Whitey commendable ball for the last
YZxR WINS 1' Robertson on first and Vernon on T._.. 4 S f 'T_.. 5 I 2 13T. McMullen Gainesville; Bob Balfe three innings.
Mark Street defeated Princeton second with nobody out. But Dietrich II .i nine years the Hershey Bears have I West Palm Beach; Guy Butler a25
.;t. 31 s 111 Tot.1s 3313 22 S !k appeared in the American Hockey I ORLANDO
9-6. in school Softball : I
a grade Miami Dan Hall and Jeff .. .
s'X ,, toughened and got rid of I ; Mosier. .1' .
up by lsinp
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a league tilt at Exposition Park yes IM ... ..,. __ 142 ''II.- League playoffs but nary a title St Petersburg Ralph Warner rwb.dtb.. I 1 5 I .hI,R.to i 2 S S i FIFTH
the next three r- .
I men. .... ... _
terday. Stasser led the winners I 0ia.d. ______._____ N2024 have they won-but hope this Bradenton Charlie Wadsworth If I 1 I I .M_...... 32511
) The Nats the bell again ; T"I I I .'
rang 21aaiwjf
Lrmrt: Dobbin I. alas I. Canty 1. a- 2555
with a home run with two mates.hi the sixth. With two out. John- Week., Tin hues kit.. : ........ Tame,. ........_ i! year it'll be a different story. Orlando Star sports editor; Charlie Tyler. .rfKMnTr.lk fl. e RraatUr 21155 I
a aboard. -.e. "..... bus, .... 7. (Irl.1. I I I 3 !tIn_... 4 2 I l I,
i ny Sullivan walked. Rick Ferrell j 1_ bull.: .n INIn It,. fiasr S. MtrrwY aw, Baker. Jacksonville; Wilbur i R534 I I 5 1 4v.1tA.lf: I WALKER'SLONDON
I 'r Mashed one to center and Knick- .br Timis? .. FodIn-. Hit IIF pltrher: Tamer Cerdan Goes ECinley, Tampa; Wayne Penning- a.r.e..sk '_.If. I 1 0,
a ranra.w 1'sein: Peuicw and Raba. Tae tb-lb 4 1 1 2 1llserlb 31545
ton; Lakeland and Bernard
i in to field the DRYGIN
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4 ",fMgss ball took a holiday on his face. ,! Kahn. Daytona Beach. =: 2 1 2 1 ;gaWr" 1 .5 1)i i"r..IIe.

j It went for a double and After Title Following a decision of last year .. I 2 .l/I I J.e.Cwt...._p, 22111a4 lose. .

van scored.In SuIll-t Hapes Quits the writers also named two radio ............ I 1 1 5 1lbl.p. 10555
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the sixth with men to the board. Elected were .td(luaus I. 0 I dR ..._ I 1.
French and European Middleweight the box, the As narrowed it Shot Tonight Dan Daniel WMBR-Jacksonville WBertl 0 0 0 0 0TN. 90
down to 4-%, thanks to a Washington t I and Dana Boose. WTSP. St. .. il
Champion Marcel Cerdan (above) M II II t! Ill TMals iiii 527 PROOFS
from Casablanca jeopardizes his world error. Handley and Sinks NEW YORK [UP) A fight gateof Petersburg.The ...-........ far ('.-.l1e .. 4lk .37

title aspirations when he faces Harold < singled. _Chapman walked, fill. Pro Football I more than. $120,000-largest I board also voted to award 'k-Wtttd-kan.|big for HaorkoMB MrBryd* III ta.Htk.e "....

., Green of Brooklyn in tenrounderat 3 3e lag the bases, then KnIcker- this year-was expected at Madi- the annual trophy for the out- 1 4-hatted Me neia. Ttk.o4Mtte4 FIFTH _____ _
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bocker grounded to Sullivan son Square Garden tonight for the standing high school athlete to
Madison Square Garden tonight. who threw wide to*George Myatt JACKSON Miss. [UP Merle ,important international bout the winner at his graduation exer- I Rolllas by_iaolaga_: __ Ms Sal lIS-it

The Casablanca Cyclone has a reputation for the force Handley scoring. Rapes, New York Giants football : tween Marcel Cerdan.' be-I cises. o.lgd. ----- -- fn is' .1-11

as a toughie in the art of Savage lost control in the seventh star who figured prominently in 1 middleweight champion. and ,Talta.Errars't.Cam RI.t.bt_.r,II.Maaalac.!*....t.!A.t.Roas..kail Brull.** to: KING
sluggery.He is credited with 97 wins and the Nato scored again. recent investigation of bribery Harold Green. Brooklyn's two- Robinson in TKO Tkraoe. Mayer )k(".,....... 4. Twa-kaae M .: l
in 99 contests and has knocked 55 Case and Vernon singled. Robertson 'II charges declared yesterday he was time conqueror of Rocky Graziano. COOL ramTlinn Manr.*. TaH n.w-. -kltre.11..IL-: Maaatoik. .'. Meg H_b
victims flatter than the kitchen) lino- I walked filling the bases, then j I through with professional football. Should 30-year-old Cerdan. the Win Over Miller .. Left aa bas: &.I..... 17. Orl.n t. Rw
II 1 halle- IT: t. C_ 7. rterts (. I
Hapes disclosed he had signed I Fratile t. c.-
leum.In his first Garden appearance, 'Myatt drew a base on balls. Case I idol of France win impressivelyover [IBy Associated Press] RIM, *, 10 a i>aaal 1. Lister t. Brnrk eat. IoF J.
he defeated Georgie Abrams. scoring. I I i[a contract as athletic director at his tempestuous young opponent <"- 4. n..u .. Prague .. rsmie 4. eawb... I
MIAMI-Sugar Ray .Robinson; 4 U..rr L Rita nil
Byram Consolidated High School I rank to t 1-1 tmmtma
I ,, he would have excellent
The final Nat came in the an .. .
run .
Green however is a capable boxer .welterweight champion of the I for 5 ; err Tamil .. I busing t be'oat.47 t
ninth when Robertson walked. near Jackson. I chance of challenging Tony Zale baria !. lbariacs t ,*r ""a:
and also has his sights set on the title, went to second on a wild pitch I He said his contract with the for his 10-pound crown at Yankee world scored a technical knockoutover sn "esrkeaai ta Jnliui I fur I rea; aft Frs- BUCK LABEL
Bernie IiI ia J taulnn 1 for off LJatar la I
Miller of New York rat;
He's battler who likes
a slam-bang to Giants had been on a season to
Stadium this
took third on an infield out and Summer. rae. mt k* altclw. ay ttmrim
crowd his way to close quarters and scored on.Mancuso's single to left.I season basis and that he had sign- City in 1:32 of the third round of :--.1: ; Ca. i I I their 10-round non-title fight here i rank. frulta. P.w.d bolt. C. Caak Z. Mrrrda. -
then zoom home his vicious body ed no contract for 1947. Hapes'wife .
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The Nats face the Pittsburgh' JayCees Organize'B' lajpinc ) sod. &atl. TiaM II (a**:
I' will be director of ath- last night. 1 11'-
attack. The clout fancy looks for a I Pirates at Miami Beach today. girls
furious ferocious fight. Early Wynn and Lum Harris will letics at the Byram School whichis Entry TonightAn -
I considered by Mississippi educa- !
a Enjoy the excitement blow-by-i pitch. organizational meeting of
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Women's, Golf Tourney Chandler Holds [ Friday,.March 28, 1947' <1Jrlattb SDnthtg-&rttttnrl ,. Page 11

Becomes /Two-City' Tussle .t 1 Willie Goggin
TAMPA [AP] The 20th Florida Women's Golf Championship Second Half Of

became, strictly a St. Petersburg-Miami duel as Holds Lead
two players from each of those two cities_ won their way Br HERB .MOSHER .a\\&!

into the semi-finals yesterday.The Hearing Today. Winners in the fishing contest, sponsored jointly by At CharlotteCHARLOTTE SUPPLIES .
most decisive victory achieved was by Babs Bul- Sears Roebuck &.Co., and The Orlando Sentinel and Star,
pitt of St.Petersburg who blasted tell how did it-how IUPJ Husky Willie -
Invited to
: are being they they happenedto ;
Emma Lou Prince of Gainesville of Jacksonville five-times State II ST. PETERSBURG [API The catch that big one,,with what lure, in what lake or Goggin of White Plains N.\:.. Oak Flooring Pine Flooring Siding 'Ceiling

off.the course V and 5. but Mrs., champion.They were_joined in the roundof I of second Comm.and supposedly Albert B final Chandler's chase stream, and so on. As many as possible of these play-by. ;ing playing temperature red-hot golf scored to near-freez a six under Sash Doors Mouldings Sash Weights Cord

George Wilcox of Miami displayed; four by the defending champion [ scheduled play accounts will be published in this column. I par 66 yesterday to take the Sash Locks Builders Hardware Nails Roofing
probably the day's best golf In her I Mrs. BUlio Bailing of Ml. spring baseball hearing Winners,incidental,cannot be announced today for the reason I first round lead In the 72-hole
one-up: triumph over Jean Owen ami. and the medalist Mrs. i to be held at a local hotel that limited space makes it impossible to publish the complete list. $10,000 Charlotte Open Golf Tour- Cab'nets
I Mark McGarry of St. Peters I,today with only presidents Larry Consequently, there is nothing to do except to wait until Sunday- i nament.
burg. MacPhail of the New York at which time all prize winners in this contest both fresh and salt I Close on Goggin's heels at 67 And Many More Articles
FISMIM SEASONPEN Mrs.Harting won from Jo Anne Yankees and Branch Rickey of water divisions, will be published with full details. Look for this were Lew Worsham. Herman Bar- I i
Whitaker of Bartow 4 and 3. but ron. Lawson Little Dutch Har '
1 list.
Mrs.McGarry was extended to the the Brooklyn Dodgers appearing I rison. Herman Keiser and George PHILLIPS INDUSTRIES INC.
before the game's man.
limit to edge Mrs. Lucille King of Schoux. Mamaroneck. N.Y. ,
AT Bartow on the 19th hole. The three-man conclave designed Continuing the subject of opening day of the black bass season- I Favorite Jimmy Demaret and
LODGE to thrash out. the bitter there is every reason to look for the best bass fishing of many a year Lloyd Mangrum came In with PHONE 2-1229 MICHIGAN AYE. AT ACL_BY.
Rollins Linksmen wrangle between a -- when black bass become legal*quarry again.. April 1. This is true if ,68s.
April lit "Ed" MUam Mrr. members of the f.- it only because April always is one of the finest black bass months of|
Defeat Stetson, 22-5 Yankee and :J the entire year! High water In lakes and streams plus plenty of
NEW CAMP NEW BOATS The Rollins College golfers defeated Dodgers: organizations I oxygen in the water should give the bass plenty of up. I
,was neeessitated '
NEW MOTORSMODERNCOTTAGES I Stetson University. 22-5. at by x 4 What lures will do the trick? What tackle should be used? Willit
ELECTRIC KITCHENS WITH Dubsdread Country Club yester Rickey's inability -em be surface plugs, or underwater plugs pork rinds or live bait? How
TIMES day. Dye and Goodwin defeated .to attend the., about fly rods? Should fly-rod anglers fish wet or dry? I I
I Kearns and White. 8%-'/&: O'Hara opening session.. v :' ";i Harry Garland would answer these questions with a "give me that I
and Knauer won from Schlater at Sarasota last r. \::'-., :* top-water lure" and let it go at that while AI Foss would just as emphatically
SIGN AT WALKER'S CORNER and Linsey by the same score and Monday because ; )i I I insist on an "Al Foss pork rind bait" which as every one
Long and O'Neal defeated Alex- of the death of*|\ i' knows,:is not a surface bait at all though one of the best in existence
JUST OFF CLABCONA ROAD ander and 5 and 4. his brotherrinlaw. ...
: Lane. -
"'" A
'' when it comes to bringing in the bass large and small! )
On East Side of Lake Apopka scorer Pete with Dye a of 74Tfce Rollins. was low At. the first" '::, .;.Jf.. :t- So it looks like the matter of lures will be a personal matter with JACK'S LIQUORS JACK HOLLOWAYS
veterans using what they just naturally prefer.
hearing the commissioner :< 1021 N ORANGE PHONE2V1404A.B.C. 19 N. ORANGE PHONE
caused& In May or June the surface plug would be more effective In our
the lesser figures Chandler own opinion than,In early ApriL
.. in the squabble to sweat profusely It might be a good bet to have along a couple of Jim Pfeffer's LIQUORS LIQUORS
and to emerge from his presence Orlando shiner lures,in both the surface and under-water types. The I 2204 N. ORANGE PHONE 1200 201 W. CHURCH PHONE 2,2100
mumbling "no comment" as now famous Robinson plug offered by Sears Roebuck and Co. will
though the needle had stuck at undoubtedly catch its share of big
ones come opening day just as
r, that today point he on is bumping an old record.the brows Now. this [Robinson] plug caught some of the big prize winners in i'. "THERE IS A REASON WHY WE DO THE LARGEST WHISKEY BUSINESS IN ORIANDO

: of the leaders of the feudin' clans.I I the contest. I
MacPhail brought the commissioner SPECIALS-THURS.-FRL-S AT.-SPECIALS
into the scrap when he However we personally would not dream of going black bass fishing -
accused Rickey of defaming the opening day without several Shimmy Wigglers and a bottle of ARK & mFORE:
Yankee organization by stating pork rind along. That Heddon reel,minus the level-winding mechanism r .
that known gamblers had ,with the 9-pound test Nylon line In connection with the 6&-foot 6YR.
lest Name in Tires For 35 Years" pied MacPhail's private box
ing a game at Havana. OCCU-I I Tom Denmark" split bamboo casting rod total weight of rod including I i PRIVATESTOCK
Florida boss of the butt 42 ounces'!)!-well that's our personal choice. With this I xt
ALL SIZES face Rickey and repeat outfit it is possible to cast even the one-fourth-ounce Paul Bunyan I I i
charges at Chandler's express re- baby shiner plug-the only lure we know of which will take black
PASSENGER AND TRUCK quest. bass successfully when said bass are dining on shad minnows.Anyhow
Chandler made no official an- the way we figure it, a fellow can always fall back on the Shimmy | t OLD .
nouncement after Monday's ses- : r
TIRES AND TUBES AT sin anything and is not particular expected after to say to- Wiggler The!various "popper" lures with a fly rod should be great stuff I' j1 A BLEND OF t

day's chat here. He has said that in the early morning opening day. As the day progresses it may be i I i
COMMERCIAL PRICES any decision he might make in'' advisable to fish wet-all this depends on weather conditions April 1st.I CROW .: "ALL"STRAIGHT
& the case will come only after It does seem that many anglers hereabouts should "break down" I '
t has returned to his and go out and buy themselves new fishing outfits, before the black
FOR EXAMPLE: at Cincinnati. heJ bass season starts. ) ca 0<

540x17840x18 :13.85 Plus Tax :Too many rods have seen their best days years ago! A new reel tj. .xY. tw WHISKIES =-
14.10 Attractive Card will add much to our sport--and costs only a few dollars. Any one I;
who goes out minus a new line deserves to lose that big one! Tackle '== -
640x15 .. 16.65 is now available at the various dealers boats 6.13 4-5 QT.
i Slated for Arena : new can be bought.Let's I Z
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three-match wrestling show ant meets Jack W .e v
big Singer in I
featuring a one-hour main event IS WHY WORRY tn
MOHAWK TIRESGIVE between Rollend Kirchmeyer and the 45-mlnute semi-final match. Three Tied ,
Otto Schnable is on tap at the The opener, a 30-minute affair I-- ANY ORLANDO WHISKEY tilt
YOU THE UTMOST INSERVICEQUALITY Legion Arena at 8:30: pm. today. pits Bill Richards a newcomer Ie AD IS AN AD FORHOLLOWAY'S :;.

AND DEPENDABILITY George Romanoff. former against rough and tumble Tom W ,.

world middleweight title claim- George. At Augusta I S a

Proven Models We Stock the Parts Georgia amateurs I \ I
A Complete Repair Department Louise Suggs and Dorothy Kirby
PHONE 6642 and National Open Champion aa
JOSEPH BUMBY HARDWARE GO. Patty Berg highlighted yesterday'splay SEVEN CR. 4.13 4-5 QT. ;
W. Central AT, at Orange.Blossom Trail ORLANDO WINTER PARK in the 72-hole Women's Open *I -ili- .

e with Titleholders the trio Tournament deadlocked for here the H :;;S'S'I
lead at the end of 18 holes. I I U SEAGRAMS Sea
Miss Berg defending titlist

., Suggs and Miss Kirby all posted Io.iu .alu 4.at>o
.. c cards of 73. I "at.om.trr 15' CROWN ;:
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\ ; & THE STATE WITH limelight The trio's from sub-par Mrs. Babe(golf stole Didrikson the-. Ereeef.el .
4 ".'.'. Zaharias seeking her 13th (; .:. CASE OF
straight tourney victory.The Babe -- 4195 12 BOTS. = ---

r. : e 9/iie checked in with. a 78, good for a ni
third-place tie. "OUR STORES ONLY"

Mary Agnes Wan of Menominee 86.8 Proof"WHY
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position with 38-39-77. Maureen ACCEPT "
.. "V.O. ALSO
Ruttle. the French titleholder r:
from Bournemouth. Eng.. was tied "
78.fbr third with Mrs. Zaharias at A SUBSTITUTE? PETE HAGEN

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2 p.m. today with the net squads SQUIBB'SBOURBON ps
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r 24-Hovr SerrlM I I Systems Installed I LAKE EOUL HITEL DINING ROOM HOME RADIO SERVICE ALTO II j-:: 1\ t with :1tf/,

Since 1932 Anywhere Air Show LeadersTo Expert: record changer service work I ; 5:45. 7:15C'
N. EOUL DaY AT ROBINSON guaranteed Pickup and Deliver.

Delicious/ Food Homelike Atmosphere Economy Auto Supply Store I ti l ALWAYS AVAILABLE
Moderate PricesWe S3S S. Oraag*"ATC. F.. C44S Fresh VegetablesHome
Huddle ActsFinal Cater*Lucheoa sad Diuer Parties I,[ Baked Pies
.< on Closed Mondays Ph M I-MI4 1 1 Delirious Select Meats Rolls
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operations meeting for the first annual Orlando RAPETTIFOR

f Air Show will be held this afternoon among Army, Navy I VsJ:7AL SPAGHETTIServed I ii CLOVER GRILL E

and civilian participants to set the sequence and timing S t.3 p-M. Closed oaday 1 South Court St.

of the acts, Steadham Acker, show director, said last night \ 0.NEW Saaford LOCATION Sh. vC. 1. RESERVATIONS Dial 7150 ;
Meanwhile, participants and guests began arriving for TONIGHT !1 IMS Orlaado AT*, Winter pan p.
the show which will be held tomorrow I

and Sunday and checkingin "MAN FROM RAINBOW VALLEY"
at Air Show Headquarters at
San Juan Hotel. MONTE BILE'
Capt. W. C. Wingard from the ALSO"MISSING JUROR" .
staff of Adm.Ralph Davison, com- e'LATESTORLD NEWS"
mandant of the 7th Naval District. FIRST SHOW 7:" COMPLETE SHOW FROM II:M
Jacksonville was among the ar-
rivals. He will direct the Navy's
participation in the show.
BRINGS NATURAL GAS Ticket sales are brisk Acker You Can't Afford to Miss The
reported, revealing that his

TO YOUR HOME OR .BUSINESSFor Central Florida's Oldest Ed brother Zorian from H.Alabama D.chairman Acker to help had of out arrived the- ORLANDO AIR SHOW .lliNlOU5J/ Jo

ticket sales committee.
Aw nine Establishment, "Based on advance sales" he 2:00-5:00 P.M., SATURDAY-SUNDAY, MARCH 29.30 F
serving the public continuously said."indications are that a crowdof ltusWP
FASTER COOKING for almost a quarter from 20.000 to 25000 will seethe SEE I ,
show during its two-day run.
seats win be on sale at Rutland's MARINES IN ACTION! DARING PARACHUTE
ECONOMICAL WATER HEATING Awnings and Porch Curtains .Mens Store. Acker said. Only a' SMOKE ACROBATICS! JUMPS!
limited number of these are avail-
Army Navy and civilian t
type planes will be on display dur-
Orlando Awning & ing the two days of the show from MUNICIPAL AIRPORTADULTS '
Natural Gas aid Co.
Appliance noon until 2 p.m. The field will be $1.50 CHILDREN 50c A II I
Window Shade cleared promptly at 2 pm.in orderto
ORLANDO SAXFOROFla Corp.PHONE start the three-hour aerial per- 1
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ORLANDO. FLORIDA 1865 the U. S. Congress au-
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Sundays It:**-*; iS "aDy Incept MOB 1 5--1 P.M. 'j Door Ofem 12.IS
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.r r OUR, BOARDING HOUSE !I Friday, March 28, 1947 (QrIunb fSontteg fi-rnttnrl Page 13
Park News f I .
ARC V EAW AS BAGS OF BALLAST siastic yesterday that the cam
| MARGARET GREEN Telephone Winter Pork 233 .EPtflrtG I lOU HERE.-6LOVE W& 'f NE OL JayCee Drive paign would be successful.He Large Shipment Just Arrived
1 Hours 11.12 and 4-5. Monday through Friday SOO 100 VJEULTO FORCE I 601 FAS commended Pete Lozinak.
__ .. I 'IOU 1 r0 COME: I HOW& ONWA.PPV 'f4tEs whose efforts had resulted in 32
-AAK-KAFF-FARE'MEE -rE ow Success Seen new memberships to register the
Country ClubReElects Winter ParkBrevities IMELL-THEKJ.SOM,AND I s-toes yEAa D' high score for individual workersas ASPHALT TILE-5 Different Colors
A J i well as obtaining all the members -
NOO UNCtE BULGY Two Days. LeftWith I listed by his division. INLAID LINOLEUM-7 Colors
M.WMS.! :bI -z MEAN SUICEREA Other individual leaders were
Gard os--YouRE As only two days left of I Carl Miller. 20; Barney Cohen. I All Types COUNTER. TOP METAL
WINTER PARK Lions Club s KNOCKIn1G uVAiJGEUIJEs the Junior Chamber of Commerce 18; Eric Bishop and W. W. Whar-
has voted a gift of $75 toward ME OUT! I .s membership drive dim ton. 15 each; Cecil Farris. Grady I
WINTER PARK-Homer Gard taking Winter Park's High School Cooksey and Wilson Green 14- AMERICAN RUG AND LINOLEUM CO.
Glee Club to Tampa to compete :- ( l : -- .. Burton Thomal of the membership each and Don Harris and Sid

Winter was re-elected Park Country president Club yester-of the public. I a1 I committee appeared enthu-i Klein, 12 each.SUNRAY'S I 863 North Orange Ave. Phone 2.2488

day at the annual meeting. Other The IrrUatlon-cyctem for keeping -
officers include Arthur Schultz the course In good condi- ,
vice-presi tion will be extended and the \
and J. J. Hennessy.

ktreasurer.dents: Fred and H H.Ward A. Ward.secretary-greens accommodations shop will be increased.at the pro- ::' I '\\'v' CANDIESUnusual lQ def'P

"., committee chairman. There is to be a caterer at the yf'i, r ilc'4& ;'
The club voted to enlarge the club throughout next Winter for i Novelties
golf course as much as possibleby parties and dances and there Is. t
conditioning it to its extreme indication that the Summer mem- i CHOCOLATE COVERED A
width and to promote tournaments berships of $12 for individuals and t I / ,' ; 'lit yr GENUINe /II4r WARDROBE TRUNK
and putting contests this $18 for families beginning April EASTER EGGS
Summer. The daily greens fee 1 will result in a busy social season ll ;
will continue at $1, open to the there this Summer. 1 y
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for top music honors of the State.
Pasture Death Easter Eggs and Fancy Boxes.
I Only a few seats remain for the Limited-order now.
i Yale Glee Club concert Monday 4
evening at the Annie Russell Thea- Inquest Set 1. '
!ter in honor of Yale's oldest graduate r 1875 S. Orange Blossom Trail tf
#* Gen. C. McC. Reeve. Peace Justice Morgan Howard f 24 N. Orange Avenue l i
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said inquest in the
& yesterday an
Col. Frank Halliday was
I president of the Dartmouth Club death of Elmer J. Mott 'l0, who Telephones 2.2202 or 6741
i found dead March 14
was 0
of Winter Park on Wednesday at
a luncheon-meeting at the Rose- 'I his home northwest of Orlando, Candy .Ivey Street FloorYOWELLDREWIVEY 1 1!
I will be held in his Winter Garden
marie and Donald A. Cheney was
i office at 10 am. tomorrow.
elected secretarytreasurer.Mrs 1 Mott. reportedly, had been dead
MIRACLE PRODUCTS I Charles SpragueSmithSmith I CO.
; about 10 days when his body was I
will take a party of 15 .
discovered in a pasture three miles
El Cortez for The Fashion and Quality Store Since 1894 .
guests from a
moon-I!I northwest of here and a mile north .
.111111 light trip through the of the Winter Garden Rd. I
lakes on April 3. A party of 50
from PinecasUe will take the I I
Each earth begins at I
scenic tours boat trip tonight. day on I I
East Cape-the easternmost extremity -
x There will be an Easter children egg I'I of Siberia, before it begins
hunt next Thursday for WE ARE OVERSTOCKED!
at other place. ;
of the Winter Park White Day any
N a.sdtr([ II I Nursery and an Easter egg hunt Is |I i .
**o .rtalt i planned for the children of the Washburn working with Edwin O.II MERCHANDISE IN ALL
Episcopal Church, immediately, Grover of the Hannibal Square
'after Easter at the homes of Mrs.'I I I Associates.Mr. .r DEPARTMENTS REDUCED
Ray Greene on Chase Ave. and and Mrs. A. N. Summers /r112fr.
-) Lake Osceola. have returned from a 10-day
Pres. E. R. Smith of the Uni- cruise In the Caribbean. ale* $99.50
versity Club has named a stand- James P. Farrell, formerly of S NX1e Ha.r
ing committee to work with the Winter Park but now of Winthrop. 1 l-LCS TAX
I West Side Civic League to raise Mass., has returned there after a ; % 1i 1I i
I money for a new civic center for month's visit with ,Mr. and Mrs. 1j I
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$ colored residents. The committee I l Leon Page. j Here's a big value in a sturdy, rugged wardrobe
S9 consists of William A. Taylor, r Mr. and Mrs. Richard Scott
trunk for of Built of
1Nt chairman; Marshall Clark, Judge have returned to their York. Pa. i years traveling convenience.
i,I Webber Haines. Dr. Lucien Myers home after a 10-day visit here with .strong, 3-ply veneer, fully lined with hard vul-
,George G. Scott and William Mr. and Mrs., George G. Scott. canized fiber bv the makers of "America's .Most

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tooflQl.IUGS- Way : //4//
$ Kent Coffee Maker Sets Paints i QU. a1*.1 OWN;
42c 79c:
Aluminum Roasters Varnamel Oil Paints CleanSilver
9S j I It IK PTSw-PTS.-QTS.1
> [SEVERAL Rugs SIZES) Airplane Models, Motors,

Qtaft Wash Boilers Balsa Wood
Give Her $1.25 Give Him [WIDE SELECTION]

+ an ELECTRIC Flower BulbsINARCISSCS Parkway Baby Strollers
RAZOR 36" Plastic Screen
Fishing Rods In 10 seconds this wonderful new silver
JRe for EASTER I. Buttons & Thread 4'% cleaner makes your silver as clean as it
U Shower Curtains I a was the day you got it. There's no rubbing:
Whitman's Remington Cookie Jars I / or polishing when you use Dippo! Tests by
.st''_ Foursome $19JOSchick Radio & Record Player Cutlery I: impartial laboratories PROVE Dippo safer
Nunnally's 'Ie Combinations for your silver, too; sterling or plated silver
Dual I Travel Irons cleaned with Dippo lasts years longer than
$1.25 to $5.00 Sugar Bowls I I Box of silver rubbed with cream or liquid polishes I IS
. Electric Poppers Get Dippo today: !
Ice Cream Freezers I Envelopes
t. \ n J fORMs Luggage & Leather Goods Electric Heaters 69c House*art* I\ey' Fourth Floor JRig. J;
r i\I1\ IltII1 Sunlan Lotions Galvanized Wash Boards
t Alamo Pottery U. 8. PaL Off.
.... GABY _25c to 89c o (TTTREOIS CHINA Easter Crosses & Wreaths .

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F+a kind SKOL _39c, 59c, 89e 0 Mirrors ((2 sizes) Vegetable Bins

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Leaves dear, f $1.00

BUGBUSIES ertra-durable

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/ 1 purchase 1 product; castll. LIN-X rot ACTIVE MEN ,.. 180 Bax Caps __ S477 "
S ft ia I container keeps .Checks perspiration /IJ/li P? 100 Beret SI.98 I.CDEGREASERremoves
iardeas healthy? 1M ttEARGlOSSlSIL as it de- ., 100 Unicaps __'" S.96odoriza..body i
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AT GRWERY, BRHG, HARDWARE, PAINT, tome ...wonderfully 100 Super "A" j HftliiS95c grease without scrubbing,
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VARIETY AND DEPARTMENT STORES and clothe&. a MrK. Sapermint .. .. _98e without rubbing, without scouring,
"' 100 Brnt'preasl ;% 'from pots, pans, ovens, ranges,
Only ,75". Tabs __ 43c roasters.

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Realtors Study '1 -t t'. ,,. :"!" "-;" '!.-.; I Plight r of: InchVDiscussed 'CEATRAl- f IORIDASIn I .

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City Limits. VoteOrlando Rollins Series For Approval Of I

Refunding BondsPetition NO. 1 :NO. S
Board of Realtors went I Hugh F. McKean. who served VhotoqT
on record yesterday as recommending with the Navy in India during the for validation of 200 N. 100 S.
that voting on the proposed = war. yesterday warned Americansthat funding road bonds re-I
extension of Orlando's,city before they judged India they B> BARNEY BARNES $229,000 to be issued for Orange ORANGEPH. ORANGEPH.
limits be held by sections each i.T should livein conditions as dif- THE QUESTIONAre County by the State Board of Ad- I .
to make its individual determina- ficult as those of the majority in you in favor of constructing ministration was filed yesterday I 9807 24138SWEETHEART \
tion as to whether or not it win T- India. a State Medical College in I in the 9th Judicial Circuit Court
be included in the city rather i He gave the last lecture of the'I Florida? by John T'Wigginton. board at-
Rollins College John Martin
than by an overall referendum. torney.
The board also passed a motion Series on International Relationsat THE ANSWERS I I A resolution authorizing issuance I I
too appoint a committee onehalfof the Winter Park Congregational B. J. Moss, Route 5, barber. of the bonds was adopted I
which is to be salesmen acting, Church and said: by the Board of Administrationat NO. 2-26{ S. ORANGE-PII.2.1515
I "Those who wish to, do some-I "It is essential that Florida '
in an ez-officio capacity. to draw a meeting March 18. providing
of thing for India should practicethe build a medical college. All of the : for
up a program for participation refunding of a 1926 issue of Limit
jal estate salesmen in the board's principle of placing the welfare -I I Florida students 229 bonds of $1,000 each which TOILET SOAP 6c:
activities. of their fellowmen before who want to mature July 1. 3 Ea.
'The by-laws were amended so that of themselves." I 1!study to become .:-, '. The new issue scheduled for
that an. association salesman- 1 The misconception about India doctors now have maturity in the amounts of LIMIT
member who had been in the organization I -- prevalent in the U. S. should be to go out of the' : $149.000 on July 1. 1968 and KIDNEY PILLS 1 4 tic
for a year. could Immediately -:NEW YORK POLICE have decided cleaned up since 400,000 peopleare State to finish $150,000 July 1. 1969. was order-I
for fun membership about to embark on what for ed payable through the First Na- :
on becoming apply a broker.in his Longley Collyer [above], them will be a new era" he said. and their while education.there tional Bank at Orlando. I UNIVERSAL BALL POINT PEN 1.00
own right. !61, 'will-o'-the-wisp Fifth Ave. The term India itself confuses fin d'opportunities .
At present. these Individuals j.hermit, has followed his equal- because the average American and advan- Orange County Schools
:have t* wait six months before ly-eccentric brother Homer, think imagines of themselves a group of in people some who re- tages and do note .. AnnouncedEaster PLASTIC CLOTHES PINS 49 FOR $1.00
l Banking appUeaUon. i return to their i I Holidays
_The board approved.a report, 65, in death. But if he's dead ]spects at least as a group." I ""w
homes to :
prac- ..
holidays for
recommending that, the State ,police have yet to find his He continued that this was the / "' A'j Orange
tice.Many people
with geographical India which County schools have been set for
Assn. go on record as opposing body. I case come to Florida I next Thursday and Friday giving *
'' members of includes two completely independI ft2
salesmen becoming I 1 for their health Moss students
and Bhutan. a four-day break from EJii.'RJ'il4IFINJEC RAZOR
ent nations. Napal TOR
the National Association unless ,
members of the TO HOLD HEARINGS I' There are about 560 other and there should be sufficient school. Supt. Judson Walker an-
they are already doctors in the State to take care : nounced yesterday.tion .
under varying
State and local organizations. I U. S. District Judge WilliamJ. frocps of them. At the present the State !
of the British and
of control
Barker will hold hearings in '
the Federal Court here Monday.I' British India. whose subjects are has too few doctors. with the University of flor-
ATTENTION SCHOOLS! I Dep. Clerk Alex Daley reported British subjects. I I' ida. ABSORBINE JR. $1.25 w 74c
REFRIGERATORS I yesterday. jWurlitzer j I "There are also fragments" W. R. Gillette. Taft. builder."I TROUBLESOME I :
and Portugal. he .
under France Carl Olson. feed and hardware
ANT SIZE think it is a fine idea that I
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS! said. "India's divisions are more Florida should have an advanced I I I salesman Conway. J": "B" COMPLEX $2.59
than political; they are and modern medical college. Thz "Yes. the establishment of a fied
General Cooling& Heating Co. linguistic and religious. State has all medical college in Florida wouldgo DANDRUFF I 1 I !'
not there ever &
tt W. Central Tel. "K' PIANOSAuthorized I "Whether or other types of a long way to- ANOLIN CRrowi
will be an India depends on forces colleges and for w a r d improvingV >ER Both 49c ia +6?
Wurbtzer Dealer struggling for and against that health conditionsin
COOPER'S MUSIC STORE I goal. The chances at the moment well roundededucation the State.Edu- LYDIA CONFOUND Physicians are
20 W. Church 4652 seem to be only fair. system cation in the PINKHAM'S 89c learning more and ,. .
St. Ph. "
LOOK !PusidePaint medical school
a each how
I McKean is director of the Morse more day r ...
\ should be included. area a /i GaLLamson's troublesome dan- I Idrufcanbe.Comb
Gallery of Art. Few of the doctor is going to MINERAL OIL $1.09 ]
before fly time. al practice and be- log unclean hair ".
OYSTERSON r u r communities -
filled with dandruffinto
Beef tallow was the standard ,tlcs i n g acquaintedwith 100 -
of Outside White of Florida
Plenty the .f
eye nose
Phone T. W. Mayo-5740 HALF SHELL lubrication for pistons and cylin-I have any doctorsat the prob- PURETEST ASPIRIN 49c and ear causes m- i J.
ders of early steam engines. all and they lems confronting numerable urrplea- \i t. _
Painting & DecoratingGUS DOZ. SOc Open Till l 11 l P.M. I are needed badly. the medical profession PARKER T. ant condition ft
I ,/ N a doc tot pENS $5.00 $ 5 ofj that could ba
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ORLANDO FISH AND POULTRY I r COLUMBUS SHOW CASES b" It have costs"a us doctor$10 to could better serve Hair avoided Hygiene tf proper veers
I FOR SALES APPEAL Gillette come out here his patients. Men practiced at borne. .

Slade-Booth Show Case Co. for from that Orlando reason or many Kissimmee people who and I I i Olson to become and doctors women naturally ambitious Try Herbex, used andrecomm.nded

SERVICE "first la fixtures' need medical attention do not re-' would want the State in which by hairdressers
11C Reed Alley it. More doctors in the State they were going to practice to be
1 Domestic in* Commercial: I W. Pine ..d W. edT Z4Z71 ceive this situation. progressive and up to date therefore for over 50 years.
K.VS5S 1 FONE 7726 G I I a medical school in their II
PROMPT-EFFICIENT home State would be the place to I hurry >r SpeC&a
Jack Grier Windermere. engineer thavers
I 223 MAGNOLIA AVENUE and grove owner. to theRexall .
I ORLANDO FLORIDA SERVICE "I do not see why the State has I William Christian bakery pYo- I "F
I Racked, by 20 Years Experience!! Dr. H.T. UthlaatChiropractor hot already installed a medical ducts salesman. Pine Castle. ... HERBEX r. IIQIIt
understand that all of ,
school. I "Yes. a State endowed med'cal iygI "
T15 W. Colonial Dr. the medical school in Florida would allow Drug '
Phone 2-4466 schools of the I I residentsam- .j jIltall
Awnings of Best Quality and! Mfg. in Orlando by a Company EveclBft ay appointmentITCH nation are bitious for a Store I 1 PLUS llM,. 111.e'T IeI fill
crowded so now medical e d u c a- I W'Ll.
with 22 experience. Call Mr. L L McGee at the ,
years i should be a good: ; tion. to get their
time for Florida. degree at home
FLORIDA AWNING CO. to start a medi There is an ever I ,
I cal college. It 4t increasing need I 1 !
432 S.Hartley St. Phone 9826 1,lr1
I t should placedin for doctors in ,
Are you torment1 with itching or oezomapsoriasis one of our .. Florida due to rY...,.. II I 6 or
rath*, athlete''s feet chapped large cities to '.;/r .. the increase in '"
hand and face eruption, rectal rtchineor I I
1 MILLWORK ether externally caused akin afflictions? take advantageof !{J.ij population. Many '
For quick relief and flood result UN already exist :
CABINETS SASH STORE FIXTURES DOORS Mrs VICTORY in the OINTMENT.army new Developing eff... for te the the ing hospitals .:..,,t,,., ... < .SJ";"" to follow! ;I <'
SPECIAL ITEMS I folks back hWll ., (...a..nti- and laboratories. this professionhave
I DRY CYPRESS ON HAND septic, contain lanolin. Safe for babies or Florida would Geier to leave the
children. A name you cannot forget,I draw students from all over the .State to obtain Christian HERBEX,
C. Eo HUDSON f VICTORY OINTMENT. Tube or jars. Sold --
I Phone Z-<<., 1133 W. Church St. in Orlando by Angebilt. Lwctt's. Streud. I nation to attend a medical schooL their degree. Small and out of
Walgreen, or your hometown druggut. I I IIt I I should be operated in connec- the way communities unable to \ Camp!.?. fcoini.. fnatmtnt n w tM hi tut
support a full time medical man
should be furnished medical attention \ care .f dandruff $JJi fin tax.

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I I Forensic? League Dist1"jct Meet PERMATILEI vFor

Week LIFETIME. RUSTPROOF METAL WALL TILE t Easter and the whole :: J f
Scheduled Here Next summer long ,

.. > The Florida District National
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Forensic League Speech Tournament -

Dinner Party of which Mrs. Irene Light- BATHROOMS SHOWER KITCHENS 1a

hiser of Orlando is director. Will ::7.. this beautiful all white suede Sling Pump! 1,
Resident be held at the Orlando Senior FREE ESTIMATE TO INDIVIDUALS OB CONTRACTORS 49Pj'Originals
High School Monday and Tuesday
March 31-April 1. with represen- BOB SWEENEY PERMATILE
Club MembersThe tatives from 13 State high schools Distributor for State of Florid
competing in various types of oratorical -
Phone 2-4632 131 Park Lake Ave.
advisory council of the contests.
schools represented will .
High ,
Young Woman's Community Include Andrew Jackson Jackson-
entertained the 'resident membersof ville; Andrew Jackson Miami; .. -*-Jt'i.;. -
the club with a dinner partyat Julia Landon. Jacksonville; Leon. :
Sorosis House Wednesday night. Tallahassee; Miami Beach High: L- 1 ',' *.W. '*
decorated Miami -'Edison. Miami; Miami p ? .
tables '
Individual were
Senior High. Ponce de Leon. Coral .
with sweet peas baby breath babies; Putnam Palatka Sarasota t

azaleas wild plum and delphin- High: Seabreeze. Daytona .U'lil ;
iums. :Miss Margaret Piper was Beach' Winter .Park. High; and "....\\ '
chairman for the party Orlando. ," ; :
general Members of the tournament TOYS AND GAMES FOR ALL AGES "
and her committee was as follows: committee include Miss Mabel BICYCLES AND ACCESSORIES
:Mrs. Linton Allen and Mrs. Henry Glover chairman, Jacksonville; vtto
Hall' Hugh Allasworth. Miami-Edison: 1
Charles Andrews place cards: Mrs. Herberta Leonardy, Coral MODEL KITS FOR MODEL BUILDERS F -
:Mrs. A. H. Smith Jr.. and Mrs. J. Gables.
C. Howell. door hostesses; Mrs. Officers of the Orlando chapter
Madeline Buckley. cateress. include Carolyn Shiver president: J-la Ie 's CLOSED
Resident members of the club Robert Smythe vice-president; 214 N. Orange lJ ALL DAYWEDNESDAY
present were the Misses Jean Joan Hiscock recording secretary; Tel. 6668
courtney. Erma Booth. Hattie Patty Ann Jackson corresponding or'T\/, t Ime S Tore -
Swallows. Betty Bennett Maxine secretary; Ann Eidson. treasurer; L.-QlJ ..
Kelley. Billie Dukes, Nancy Lee. and Mrs. Irene Lighthiser faculty <#'
Peggy Monroe. Helen Holmes. adviser. Platform with high dressy h-'L.
Bootsey Taylor Leona Montgomery. Orlando High School contest- jw
Dorothy Brendel. Autumn ants in the tournament are Jack
Shannon Adalee Johnson, Mil Kazanza and Wayne Estey humorous A New and Larger f: ,. .Sil 13.95This
dred Smith. May Wilson. Irys :
I declamation; Betty Marie .. -; --
Howey Rachel Phillips. Martha I Davis and Ed Phillips oratorical I --
Ward. Vera Smith, Virginia Dre- declamation; Patty Ann Jackson '
mel. Mary Jordan. Evelyn Crosby. and Linda Saunders. dramatic Swanee River Tea RoomMR. : ; -
Patricia Carris. Eleanor Taylor. Jo declamation; Joan Hisrnrk.: Alvin \
Ann Carris. Marion Aring. Helen Block and Harold Taylor extem- : :

; Andrews. Edith Lee.Marjorie HUn- poraneous speaking; Jimmy AND MRS. HENRY H. KUBIK : J
ter. Kathleen Batchelor Alice Zu- Grant original oratory. :
ell. and Lucille Keck. Registration will be held Sunday Invite you to visit their -
Board members present were from 4 to 8 pjn. with the Orlando '

A.the B.Mmes Lemmon.Pettus Gertrude Lee. Carl Seymore.Hall ments group for making the visiting housing members.assign- spacious new Dining Room"Florida's is one of the season's. high' lights emphasizing.. .! the beauty in shoes and so

A. W. Townes Homer Wright .
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Charles Goodman. J. Finest Cuisine"OPEN "t .. :1-
Walter Bass ..
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Andrews. J. A. L ALEXANDER INC .
E. Stripling. ,
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Lindorf. Linton Allen Herbert I '" \I
Sanderson. Coite Hill. M. A. Bliss. SERVICEN. f

Gaston Edwards Russell Carlin. Job To* small, Nose To* Big. Beautiful Luncheon Parties Dinner Parties and High
Robert Coffey. E. LaRue BUss, W. Exchange Meters Now Available.
L. Sharke Calvin West. Edna HERB HUEGELE. Service Mir. Teas $1.00 and $2.00 : '
Rosenkranz. J. C. Howell. Richard Ui W. LiYiBftUm Phone 2-1177 .
Walker Thomas Broadwater J. A. Let us help you in planning your next party. I 1.

Dumas. M. J. Moss. A. R. Bogue. Our great desire is to a '
A. H. smith Jr.. Henry Hall. De Shoe Salon Street Floor t
Witt Miller. Robert Riddle. Ralph discriminating clientele J cbwn
Reed. John Murray. John Haley.
W. C. McLean, and the Miss Margaret FOR RESERVATIONS'DIAL 2-0883 ])
Piper. Mary Branham. DIAPER SERVICE :

Adolphine Hein. For Mowrvatlotra or Immdlata Dothwry 473 South Orange Avenue
Also present were the two housemothers PHONE 2-3357 _
Miss Irene Kramer, and
Mrs. A. J. Richardson; Mrs. E. J. -- -
McDermott. executive secretary;
and Mrs. E. Harold Johnson and ,
Mrs. Norman Lewis honor guests

.from Sorosis.Duke. ,

Ellington '
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Ellington who win play : :9N'r'-
Saturday from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at "1 ...) ., ,
the Coliseum for a public dance. .f'. PLAC4'-; &,v*; Y }
has made a considerable contribu- :
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tion to American music via his -''.
composing and his great orches- S .
tra. However few people know Fwi'tx'
> s z.
,that he is the donor of three annual : :., :
musical scholarships to '
famed Julllard School in New ':">
York.City. v -
These scholarships are awardedto ',
outstanding student musicians.

Last three year teen-agers the prizes after were a series won by of -f. If you are 5 ft. 5 (or less) t

competitive auditions conducted "
among students of the New York ,1 ;. .',. ;."
City high schools. t 3,; .
Ellington achieved fame with- .' : 16,11'6 'I!!!. dresses fit you to a T!' ,

out benefit of an excessive amountof F7 h Le
formal training but feels thata .-:,'/'_' : 2iE4
classical background Is excellentfor : Y

devotees of. both popular and V=
serious music.Sorority r

Has $ 10-95 ; r

Rush Party p.
A spaghetti dinner was enjoyed '
by-members of the Alpha Zeta
Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority S
and a group of rushees Wednesday xp a + Sf

night at the Girl Scout Little :a, :a.t < ; 4 -.
House. S
Rushees present were the Misses 4'
Carolyn Williams Polly Griffith.
Jackie Warren, Janet Yates Pat-
ricia Endors Thelma Odom. H- 1 1i
lean RaIney. Edna Lewis Dotty :; r 1' Tswf ?s :

Yates. Mary Jane Boulware. Ma- >,, sJ :ls 3F'
riel Riddle Jane Chapman. Hazel <,M.3. :R.b lYS rX ..>p. yti

Hamilton Sylvia Motley. Bettye 'y4 rI
Mae Huber. Oiuda Williams Margaret 3 .
Spencer Ann Stryker. Mary I :
Ann Huber. Kathryn Spencer. .ri'p
Jean Williams: the Mmes. Harry & ; r '- fits yo
Radcliffe and Dorothy House. ; -'
An Invitation was extended the ..JnYA _
rushees to attend a special pro-. I
gram meeting on April 9 at the .
Angebilt Hotel. 1

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March 28 1947 l9rluttda S tmmg &tnttn.tl 17
f Country Club Methodist Friday, .Page "SPAGHETTI"

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Ball PlannedThe Choir 'GivingOratorio [Mystery Story I While You WaitJIM'S

Orlando Country Club will LUNCH
be the scene: of the gala Spring On Radio -
W. Cfcvrck St. Proprietor Jim Pulse Pk. SIN
Dance Saturday from Id pan to
1 a.m.when the club entertains As part of the observance of -

with this 'annual affair for Its Holy Week the oratorio "Elijah"by 'Fay Saturday
member&v Mendelssohn, will be given at

furnish Stewart the Martin's music. orchestra will the First Methodist Church Sun- h story The which Homestead will be Mystery"dramatized is the on [SIMPSONS, I ...............................................................'_....:..............,
day evening at 7.30 pjn.The adult ; ?y' the "Let's Listen" program at 4:45: S,

There are 12 Federal Reserve choir will be assisted by the girls' ; c Mah pan. Saturday over WDBO. ''I I"li: J i iPreEaster
Banks in the United States. < treble choir in this presentation, ,. Adapted for radio by Marion .,
under the directton of Jesse Ped- Burnhdm and Francesca Hub- ''I I -
rick Baker, organist and director. bard. the story was taken from ; 15:

AT WMTB FAMCMl The hold which "EliJah" has the book ''Candle in the Mist," ;: :
maintained upon the affectionand .r written by Florence Crannell
.* at4 *.. ., I ,
O.. Stock Mar M t.. Mbul.. admiration of the public for Means and published by the
!HndkrrchIeti many years is second to none, and Hauchton-Mifflin Co.
many of the massive choruses and The Homestead Mystery" is an
splendid dramatic arias probably adventure story about a pioneer 11 I
represent a high water mark of family who adopted an orphaned SALE
1q'r. the composer's genius. "EliJah"has white boy who had been living
that air of distinction which yyi1-: A with a tribe of Indians. An
stamps a great work In every art. : exciting tale it envolws the disappearance !,
and which a great master alone of a large sum of :
.... eie I: _
can confer. This will be the third money and its ultimate return. I
. Monogramming performance of the Oratorio at The cast this week includes; -
LINEN 'GIFTS the First Methodist Church. Patsy Berry, Regna Rey. Betty i 250 DRESSES
Soloists will be: Lucile Bishop Jean Wells Madge J. Hudson e
Ann Rogers. Emily LewIs Don McAllister and Eunice i
.ro cosy to pck and eoiy to skip.UrtMled soprano; I'
contralto: Edwin Carstensen, cavezzi who also takes the role of

HaadkcrahiefsFmgcrtip George Kramer tenor; Louis Can- : narrator t; now $8.95 fo $29.95
Towels dedo. William Carlton. bass. .e These radio educational Pro- ,
Guest Towels Other members of the choir are: MEMBERS OF THE LOCAL MARINER TROOP jour On Staff Photo McCoIJum.1 1 grams are presented weekly by i,, ,,

Irtad Tray Covers Betty Reese ChappeU. Stella of the Girl Scouts are shown above being I Marcia Fox, Clydeyne McKenzie, Lt. Comdr. the Junior League of Orlando. ':: Were 11.95 to 42.95 Cottons, crepes, prints, :

Indge 5thtN Sets Fannie Hildebrand Bell, Sara Oestncher Hildebrand Peggy briefed on the laws of seamanship by Lt. Conway, Sue Mundee and Beverly Stowe. This( !I : spuns'Sizes 10 to 20. '

Cases J Vaughan Ellen Haler Laura Nelson C mdr. W. R. Conway commander of the U. month the Girl Scouts are celebrating their Cliii :I :

We Gift Wrap Mary Pickles. Olive Sikkenga. S. Naval Reserve unit at Sanford, prior to a 35th birthday, and the Sanford Naval Reserve ,I fITERlNf I,

en WekooM W. .., tenpt.l Ruth Suydam, Ellen Reiff, Virginia ride up the St. Johns River on a Navy sub-. unit invited the girls on the sea trip to mark 'e'i

bat sewer Brje to bey.Ineataen. { Lee Brenaman Zinta Lang- marine chaser. From left to right, they are, t I this anniversary. / 52
ston. Mary Hubbard Clio Met- t .
.lath*&mmr. _. This great medicine fanout to
calfe Mabel Newton. Georgia reeve pain, nervous distress and
Raun. Jean Vaughan. Dorothy ed for 4 to 5:30 P.HIand a special I of wane'certain dragged days'out"-when re.tlr.due to feeling functional -. ',

Smith Iris Hubbard. Muriel De- "tbtxiu invitation. is extended all Kappa I monthly disturbances. now $45 to $55 .

vin Harold Torrance. Robert Cur- members. i i lTlIA .'IKrIAI/1ll o:w i ,
KH/IL rie, Dr. B. E. Taylor* Earle Raun. (' \ I > .

we ms oei/c/otfs Dr. Robert Tolle. Dr Richard i..j-. ",:IJ _1"fJ a Saturday at 10:30 ajn., the'iI :: 5 Were 69.95 to 8995. .'. Lightweight 100% wool f

TE1WIYG UMr Chace Ford Rogers. _! ..; ite League of Women Voters will meet] .: gabardines in pastels. Some Forstmann gabardines :
Members of the girls' choir are: at Sorosis House The program j I
.- Jean Baker Elizabeth Barber. n will consist of reports from State ',: are included.. Sizes 10 to 20. :
/ Carol Clark. Jean Elaine Daley officers on the legislative action, .
flf Frances Glover Laura'Hildebrand. adopted at the State convention in I,
Carma Jean Loucks Carolyn WITH JEAN YOTHERS Jacksonville. I F ,
Mays Juamta Mackey, Jane Arnold [Club Editor] j :
: Margaret Nicholson. Mar- "Our Heritage in the Rockies" 85 BLOUSES i
A meeting of the United Coun- i
T garet Powers. Rebecca Philips is the title of the all-cok motion
and it works best cil of Church Women will be held :
picture to be shown Saturday at
Polly Rowe Linda Saunders, Jean
-- Saunders, Joy Skidmore. Elizabeth at the First Presbyterian Church!i 8:15 pjn at Sorosis House as the I ryw i 1 i
tt' focausc YOU CHEW. IT ITTTHT Simonton. Catherine Torrance, Monday at 2:30: pjn. at which 1 i second of the popular screen tour now $6.00 to $8.95
t time Mrs. A.C. Holt of Ja \
I being sponsored the Audubon ,
Peggy Vaughan, Marcia. Fox., kson-I' I
take old-fashioned. prepares it* fine medicine to Kathryn Wilder. 'Marjorie Yar- ville will address the |I Society Karl H. MasUwskJ. ,
W btd-UoUng medicine when give the greatest benefit-flow' She will speak on race relations I' naturalist and lecturer-photogra- J : Were 10.95 :
Cottons sheers
brough Margaret Hampton Jane ,17.95. .
J. A of children from the crepes, '
constipated Candy-coated, it gently and gradually into Hood and Suzanne group I Ii |I pher, will be the narrator for the
mint-flavored !> n-e.-mlnt to digestive system. Cbew tasty Rountree. i Colored Day Nursery will take part i j I tour .. .Admission for adults is 75 ,: in white and .colors. Sizes 10 to 20. :
delicious yet mild effective. FeeD-a-mlDtexactJydirected. on the jprogram Mrs. John B.' cents and 25 cents for students. .
Science says: Chewing your Contains very medicine many Davis president,has requested all li I : :
food help ltdo the most good.SlmOarty.cbewingFeeno.mlot. ,doctors prescribe.Used by mil .HEAR THE members of the executive board \10 I j'I "
lions!1W.25*.K*at drugstores.FCENAMINT HUNGERFORDSINGERS I be present at 2 p-tn for a called'! Orange There County will be Museum on display in the at the old :,: Our entire stock of Lingerie :

meeting. *, I I court Union house badge today and the the Confederate Grand-: I : now ]/2 off ,regular price : e

At Sanlando Springs 1 All officers and substitutes of Army of the Republic insignia as: ,, ,
Lucerne Rebekah Lodge No. 36 and ',
Afternoon well several emblemsof
..eMa Ob*.** Gv Lazor v. Sunday all who are on the degree staff clubs as and interesting organizations .1 :: All directly'from-sfock merchandise to :i:
will meet for practice on Saturdayat This will be an especially note- ,j, ,
7:30: pm. at the Fraternal Bldg. worthy exhibit since the emblems I :: please the value-wise Easter shopper. :'

I I of the early days were not as ANDGE .I, i ;
Pythian Sisters and friends will KE
merous as they are today nU-j
.' be entertained today at a dessert prized insignia will be : Cash, and charge only. All sales f n T.SIMPSON'S. :' gr
party given by Mrs. John Richards fpYI I I
frame! Mrs. Gordon Willox ,
1012 Harwell St. Guestsare of the Antiquarian Society will act I'
invited for. 1:30: pjn. as hostess today from 2 to 5 pun. ., I'
Bridge and games will be featured.
Mrs. G. Kenneth Scudder. district
Orlando Army Air Base Wom- !
president of Phi Mu Sororityhas
en's Club will hold a general meet; I
atmounced that Sunday will
\Vhite far lounge ing today of at the 1:30 Officers p.m. in Club the main. .I. be the last pay for Phi Mu's to,, I
make hotel reservations for the :
Henry Copps folk.ballad singer
district convention at the Ponte I
and a senior at Rollins College, Vedra Inn. Ponte Vedra Fla. May i flNE PUDDING DESSERTS i i: 16 WEST CENTRAL IN ORLANDO ::
Easter! will entertain the group with several 9-11 They should be made to CHOCOLATE..NUT CHOCOLATE ''I: I
be served musical at selections a social hour Tea follow will i Mrs. W. D. Hollings. 2358 River- BUTTERSCOTCH...VANILLA ................................................-.......-............................................. :.
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ing the meeting. .* *
Pledges of Kappa Kappa The Beginner-Department of the
First Presbyterian School
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give will be honor guests Sunday will hold an Easter party and egg
.. hunt in Eola Park at North Eola
afternoon when members of the
your Easter .costume that ( Winter Park Alumnae Associa- Dr on Saturday. at 2:30 pm. The
superintendent of the
department -
tion of Kappa Kappa Gamma en-
.. I Mrs.Virgil Johnson, and r
crisp new "look! tertains with a tea at the Kappa I
teachers will direct the event. I
Hearthstone 800 Interlachen Ave.,
Wihter Park Guests are invit- !.
1 Wesleyan Service Guild
7.98 of the first Methodist Church met i

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Two- Honor .I Page 18 (drlan&a morning &rntlnrl .. Friday, March 28, 1947 ,i Dr. Minett.: I'Poetry Society I tary laureate.; Charles ,H. Stone poet

Mrs. ,Beane*> <' Agnes Whitcomb Class Isaac Stern forand about efJ11Jzol9rY1. f.a Mr. Miller Observing those This interested.meeting will be open to all

Installs New Officers I

:'Mrs..Alpheus irich. Conn, who Beane is here of for Green-a'visit Officers of the Agnes Whitcomb Here On ProgramThe Annual Event
Bible Class of the Park Lake Preabyterian t1ays Easter
pith her parents ,Mr. and Mrs. I Church were installed by,'I ([]) Tuesday' radio program. Orlando Poetry Society Day.
Carl Tegder at their home onEdgewater |I Dr. Robert H..McCaslin minister April "Books and Personalities which proclaimed by Mayor William

Dr.. was guest of honor j at the annual business and social By KITTY HENRY Society Editor IAN I is sponsored by- *the Sandspur Beardall- on March 31. 1948. will SpecialLook
yesterday ,at a morning coffee. I I meeting of the class held at the I I Isaac St.etrt. the amazing young Bookshop and Book Nook at 11:30' be commemorated on Saturday at
home of Mrs. John Loucks. president ENJOYABLE SPRING event was the shower and cola party 2:30 at the
her Mrs. "master fiddler" who comes to a.m. over WDBO. will be given pjn Chamber of Com- o
Hostesses were sisters \I I in Orwin Manor. !i the Municipal Auditorium April 7 given yesterday by Mrs Donald Herron and Mrs. John Barrett'at over on April 1 to Merle Miller merce Bldg. when Oliver P. Meds- your best '
Sylvan ),IcE1royand'Mrs. Champ i p These were Mrs. G. E. Nance I II 1 !' the latter's home on Arlington St. A yellow color scheme was: carried ad Dr. Everett Minett it was: announced gar'will deliver a lecture pn ""Wild I Easter Sunday
Williams 'who entertained at the .president; Mrs Don Dickerson. on the last of the Central Florida out with jonquils and other spring flowers being used. yesterday. I I I I I Life of Florida." His talk win be I with a helene -.::

lo mer's home on Lake Lucerne. j jerAssisting 'I vice-president: Mrs. Mae 'Lyman ,',Civic Music Assn. Series? plays I, Honor guest was Mrs. Elanie Garner who will become the bride j I! Miller and Dr. Minett are coma!, illustrated with lantern slides. Curtis Ware. d }
'the hostesses were the secretary; Miss Daisy Godlove !concerts and recitals all season. } of MaJ. Gerard La Rocca next Thursday at the.Park Lake Presbyterian ing to Central Florida to address ;\i: This annual event 'will be brief )
limes. Carl Tegder and PaulMeredith assistant secretary; Mrs. O. O. i and then plays chamber music ,Church. With the honoree were meetings Tuesday night'at the ly sketched and original poems appropriate Special $8,00. :i' ,
who presided at the cof- Osbum. treasurer; Mrs. Henrietta Winter Park High School auditorium for the occasion will be
for his hobby. included the Mmes. Hugh J. Jones.
j IDunlap.I assistant treasurer. I I I Recently he was strolling In I Buttenhof ,J. and Wednesday night at j]|I heard. We also
Otto Glatley.
Ruby I I giveMachineless
Other class members present the Memorial High School auditorium I The announcement. of officersfor i I
GALL BLADDER i[included the Mmes. C. H. Ferran Hollywood during" the filming of W. Harris. William Graham + at 8:15: pm. Both meet- 1947-48 will also be made. and,,
'Frank Bliss.: Bessie Wright Ger- "Humoresque. Unshaven. In Louise Rybolt. Harold Saunders. Ings will be held under the joint ,, They include Mrs. Agnes Works. Cold Waves
slacks and sweater after londay's
r SUFHItDS PMD CU.B JOe 'SHY I trude Marden. R. L..Ellison. Van a Ernie Rimel Wade Mole and sponsorship of the Rollins Insti-J(f re-elected as president; Mrs.
,DUI TO u.ca.O.HaALTHY BILL Dam Herbert Fisk." G. H. Gar- work recording for the Buelah McAllister> the Misses tute of World Government and I'I Charles A. Stephens, vicepresident
B.4 H S.tr sound track he heard sounds of FRANCESBEAUTY
?:rf:! rel.d la gailbl.dder- .B.rgI.r.e. -:: .lock Bertha Haviland and E. S. a string quartet from a private I Darleen Millard Johnnie Mem- the Florida .Branch of United :. ; Mrs. Rosamond M. John-
la* be*Its., bi). h oen today tm ..__ Reynolds; the Misses Zelma Lew- ,hom.He rang the bell. "My nameis tyre. Maude Suddath. and Anna World Federalists.. j|, stone recording secretary; Mrs.
scent wfch of_wmiiVrful___.... ...rtnwratum.-. Ba< kcrmiziiic ertK. otanoch Md mllblxlderMferr Miner. % opened. I correspondent In two theaters of cording secretary; Mrs. Martha 140 E. Robinson TeL 2-339S
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ranarkmblo da to raultt lack.of aft hMtthr**rug Ml*Ui mow. ...trUt .... I I I|I "Come In, come in." uelcomed1 I ATTRACTIVE> TEA was the war was.editor-founder of Yankmagazine. 1 R. Nuzum corresponding secre
whirb h.a ye... t .ti William : the lady of the house. "Do
:: d health F =: ALWSB/. a = fee table: the Mmes. you I Dr Minett is a distinguished
.tperlar a ...ed.el.e. bat eo..iderisg nculu. Dial Thomas William Miner Jr.. play?" asked one of the amateur I II one Mrs. Fred Hauck -gave atomic scientist from Clinton
the IS<... It coot u onlr _... Per dog IeALLUSIN I William Slemons 2d. Richard I musicians. "A little" he admitted. Tuesday afternoon at her home':

'.oW with(cmutioo.fall .,.yrkek Uf.* oohr gt w-rea.d+rortodkAt .* kr j I Chance. Terry Patterson. John ,,and accepted the proffered violin. in Winter Park. Honor. guest washer and Laboratories.is chairman Oak of Ridge.the Southern Tenn. The First Methodist Church '
j Eldrtdge Robinson. George Ed- After one quartet's first movement -
fsJcElroy*. pharmary. 12S S. O a.ce William Regional Council of the Associa-
tto. Mad Order. FUM. wards and Robert Anderson. j j I" the musicians looked" at each t mother, Mrs. Bradley: tion of Atomic Education.
!other. "Your friend? each asked 'Frear. of Troy. N. Y., who Is here A Nina Oliver Dean and Dorothy Main at Jackson Sts.
All shook their
the others. heads. '
-;4a i, :Finally one shouted at the disf f f/orb visit.. Mrs. P. E. Sanders Lockhart will omit their usual
review and interview on next
heielled young violinist "Did you I entertained the Winter Tuesday's radio program to allow Morning Services-Broadcast at 11:00 A.M.
name was Stem?" And Shuffleboard Club ;yesterday after- ;
say your
_J r r i the speakers to discuss freely Each Sunday Over WLOF
then the evening of chamber noon with a showing of picturesof .
; [,"World Government or Another
1:: S music really beganULCERS. places of Interest in Florida. a. War" ;
t J Mrs. Saunders spends the Winter "'M..R.-S TL IT -r T7 I I PALM I SUNDAY SERVICES:
In Orlando coming here from her '
I II .COLmS "home in Cleveland Heights. Ohio. co-hostess at party. i -WANTED- March 30
STOMACH 11:30Sermon"The: Marching Christ"Dr. .
. rMp lar..aa.L.S THE I CALL IN PERSON AT 953 !
ts Y.Y. ,.. wrrltl..atr pu-.tl.__b..w.+. parsonage of the Firjt Unitarian Church Wednesday night Branscomb
as, __ [ ...... I ORANGE AVE. WINTER PARK
..,. ...ay. rl.r..t b Me and friends. Those included the ,
w ; n..aa for members of the church present I 7:30-Easter: Music-Oratorio-"Elijah"
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..,.. I.t..t i_ .55 ..... From 8 to 830: AM& 430: to 5:30 PM
._.. r.n.N. of face Mmes. A. J. Wall. Florence Wilson E. Johnson E. L. Dmsmore W. I
W Ie a.tL w MMM ri.N..d I Under the direction of Jesse Pedrick BakerDoubfe
_.. Florida Appliance & Supply Co.. .
.. tIoooo .1.lat _. V. L. Freeman, H. D. and L. F. Blume
George Young King ;
....b.-'". .Ind r.Nbgq. p.. ...IN ... Walters i: formerly Home Insulation Co. i
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the Misses Mae Prefdy, M. Klock. F. L. Shearston. Bertha Kruger. i Services Will Be Held
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boa Ny war.lt.a aura wp=,.. wl1 Mary Hill; Harriet King; Mr. and Mrs. W.,Brown Mr. and Mrs. John
I :.M-.ts.bw.. ti +=: r,0\ .its. w :: Masek. Mr: and Mrs. H. E. Loewy. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wheeler. Mr. Husbands Wives! Easter Morning at 8:30: and 11:00: o'Clock
A rr.ri. : and Mrs. H.. Lowell and Dr. Addison Baker. .
aaa all IM
0 00 Church School Attendance Goal-1,350


MRS. of Orlando, and Mr. Durrschmidt. who was formerly Far mho. .rnd..P couple.r. wnk.w.raa.t.-... First Methodist ChurchMINISTERS .
bated coMy becaoM body lx-k i m F'a
.i Eastern manager of the Standard Vacuum Oil Co. in Hongkong. China 1 I, new er. vitality,try Ckjtrcx Tonn.Tablrta.
rCN 1 1 at the Angebilt Hotel for a visit After, her husband was taken 1:':::i'B iron,.tie you]reluler,too;;imy. recd BowwiO'fni prn;70cI elmOOnz

/ 9/ild prisoner during the war Mrs. Durrschmidt came here to reside with j!| At an drug stores everywhrrc Orlando JOHN BRANSCOMB ROBERT BLACKBURN
I.Mrs. John C. CaldwelL The couple now resides in Marion 'Va. . at Walfrcci' aid McElroy j
-NEW PURIFIEROF Mr.and Mrs. George S. Spolin of 222 Park Ave., Winter Park will celebrate Pharmacy. ,L
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their golden wedding anniversary next Thursday and will be |THE PERFECT PEN FOR.THE STtDENT-AND EVERYONE "
featured on-the Coast to Coast network program. "Bouquets Fpr You."
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SeW! Out Bad Brwth Awl T-Ucn: SIaIu.LT.elhSweethdCuitAaF.m..San..
t F 1 For the j "VI"R. AND MRS. CLARENCE BROWN entertained Wednesday night 99c I- 10 A. M. TO 8P. M. \ 99c I

.... Our felt tMth swim i.ttir.piiift.!Mlt* "I with a buffet supper at their home on Lake Adair Special guests
I*.r>cia,.This flood of Laliw!! coot our eI_ were Mr. and Mrs. Harry I ontz, of Richmond. Ind. who are spending THIS CERTIFICATE: IS .VALUABLE ,
Iii plates with! a touCJ" ware cootina. TIlls
tooting b .*df bad bract aid forms slyD.ia the season at the Wyoming Hotel, and their friends. Mr. and Mrs.
4 Easter lh. j 1 The certificate: and 99c entitle the bearer to one of our Genuine Indestructible $5.00 VAC-
Soil.iiU* cootlno kardtnod+ U rers kord. t. r m.... lit Carl Hamilton who stopped here en route from the East Coast to UUM-FILLED FOUNTAIN PENS. Holds More Ink. Uses less ink. Universal sue for ladles, men.
'I.2 Wtttr-Wat k. sw dt.ra.nt f.r their home in Richmond. boys and rirls. _
O + I 1'r OMfliiataUl ft : And when tho o aH j r> o o
film I. liftod off br PLATO, with It ao a t*. THE PEN WITH A LIFE-TIME GUARANTEE
9. .aeon. puts of dwituro brootii and nqly ttain.PLATO E. R. BERK of Warren. Ohio was hostess at a beautifully.ap "
j forya r dtntiiro", owdcr bath.....k.Soak."Wlfor.Wat fall tooftt ,MRS. luncheon this week at the Orange Court Hotel. Her ,, -
Tour ::
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7'4 Ii how tko PLATO broth"W.tt.r-Wot.r-. and y..i.ik.. .ralMfodo S.i ]1 guests Included the Mmes. Frank Stroup D. A. Draper J. J. Schwar- OnTHt ; ;; -;
dogtaro >
". 3 The )ideal gift for ...- 0...,. What moro onier tile ..-. com. zer. J. S. Horst Alex Stevens. L. Reynolds. A. H. Coleman. Eugene I 1
; ,''Ii for)I. woaring. platot oi swat and due Ol Tavel I.Y. Suggs and J C. Garland. Mrs. Beck and her husband have ; NEW PLUNGER FILLER-VACUUM ZIP-ONLT ONE PULL AND ITS FULL
men to with 5u1119 SNOW.Th.
go PLATO bafk b harmloM. to Iatw. spent the past two months here and are leaving this weekend to return .
that new suit or just lmombr tho Mmo-PLATO.Ask for PLATO I! to their home. This PEN holds 200 i more ink than ordinary fountain pens on the market! You can Write for
a/ ..y dnp ....-JOe. I i months on One Filling! No Repair Bills! Lever Filler Pressure Bar! Every Pen tested and
1 f : to keep accurate O"r.t.4',U.eb.Q msI .- --- -
J guaranteed to be Leak-Proof and unbreakableforlife.
time.Nationally. ![ Social Events This Weekend Get yours NOW! Be here early and be sure to
l I THESE ARE get one. They won't last long at this price. This LIMIT
dI certificate good only while advertising sale Is on.
% 'advertised When .Jake Will Honor Visiti1lJ Flyers GENUINEail orders-add 6e for postage. 3 PENS' TO

f rx1 OTk r wOtch: Fully '-J'' -' EVER RITE EACHCERTIFICATE
gi/ai1-! HEADACHE
+ II % In addition to the scheduled dersen veteran of World War.nand SAN JUAN PHARMACY

r anteed 7 jewel movement. events in connection with Orlan- I managing editor of The Or- I PENS 2 N. ORANGE AVE. PHONE 5119
-, '' Gold plate case and do's First Annual Air Show being lando Morning Sentinel acting' as ,

h y'' leather strop. sponsored by the AmVets\his host. .

sad weekend there will be a round of RUSSELL'SCLOSING- :
I/ Only 2150. social the more functions than planned 100 nationally to honor I '

d l /ft ,l tax included, I known Arhur fliers.Yergey chairman of the' I OUT < Ili

entertainment committee and is j jI i '.
being assisted by Robert Besserer.1j
ell; t, j I William Jayne. Roy Millet and ''
Works Fast
Robert Petrie. Inaugurating the OUR
events will be the cocktail party'
to Case the Pain! today from 6 to 8 pm. at the

When you wake up with a throbbing 'I I I I University Saturday Club.night the group; will I
headache you want relief and be entertained with a cocktail ORANGE AVENUE STOREORANGE
I want it quickly.For Just such head- party and dinner at the Dubsdread 'I',
ache emergencies ktep a lOc or 25c Country Club. Then
1 1 0 I package of"BC"Headache Powders the Orlando Sunday night [ AT JEFFERSON] "' .
handy. "BC" relieves headaches Dally Newspapers, I j
neuralgia and muscular aches With- Inc. will honor them with a cock- ',
119 S. Orange A ve. I out delay. Caution: Use only as tail party at the Officers' Club I
directed. from 6 to 8 p,m, with Louis An- THIS WEEK ONLY! .

Birth AnnouncementMr. .

and Mrs Henry D. StevensJr
announce the birth of a son. i i 'Cb E( DINETTE SUITS. .,
Daniel James, on March 20 at the :'

Alachua County Hospital in WITH BUFFET _.___._. $79.50
Gainesville. Mrs. Stevens the
former Margaret Rose Miller, I i! "' : -
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' H. H'I,'I I' WITHOUT. BUFFET ______---:.$69.5Q
Miller of Orlando.

10 SALE : I '- .


For Busy Bodies... ... .r .. Pleasant-Tatting I ant x SQFAS
Cambridge r
a?7i i

For bodies busy growing BeecrvNut .., II! CHIPPENDALE ......_..._._._._:_$109.00
Liver Soup *. a pleasant tasting. Garlic Tablets

choice smooth blend of nutritious liver and I Used fir relief .! :. IMPERIAL ..__.._____.___--.5129.50
vegetables. with i -
protein and iron retained in high High Blood Pressinf -LLIi 3 PIECESECTIONAL
r vw
cgrce. f ? .:;. II $,., ..s COl SOFA $109 BOOK CASES ...__.__._._.$19.50 _
Many: babies also enjoy golden, A. <.a Dial.... Tlre4.... l i =>
smooth squash. .often a good beginning ..s N........... .. Heed.de I 01:: .
r 1i.91.., I. tile Nr$..
has vegetable. This vegetable :, ., : d. Th.bbil .M n. ..... I RADIO TABLES : NIGHT STANDS ...______$9.95i
a natural delicate sweetness. ,t ...._.____ _._..-,.
As is true of many Beech-Nut Foods 2 o,., for only $101 *

for Babies Beech Nut Liver Soup Yr ti 4 boxes $Z.OZ-6 bores 3.03

and Beech-Nut Squash come in both j Chamberlin Natural Foods" v )[
'Strained '
and Junior forms. Your .. Complete Health Food Store CHAIRS jIilff(
grocer carries both. vEVERY .. IS E. Church St. Pho e 7ZSZ i j'

By Mail Add lOc j. AND ,

I ,I
GUARDEDFood .r3-: '
[ <\J&TERR'S- ; < 1 I
TILT BACK ..;: i iI
experts inspect check and r 4. \

test everything from raw ma. It's Carter's For: ; I 59.50.' $29.50 -. -.L'j' / I'

terials to finished foods. r ... II IIII

Easter Cards

BeechNutSTUAlNtO *JUNIOR Swedish Easter Hankies II j' PLATFORM ROCKERS $37.50 up ALL SALES FINAL /

Foods for'Babies r French CrystalGenuineAlligator

tR' In ,many taneha ff rrgrtoWw. meat Ooods II. CO.

+ fombvuttms,soups,desserts anj/ruitt. Guaranteed Watch- RUSSELL FURNITURE :


Amost| important fact to .

food remember when j?>u buy 47 X. Orange An.a "tfe Sell The'Best For Less Than the Rest" ..
to give your baby !
Jr Opposite Bfirhan Theater .


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Husband Gets'Estate 1 I' ford. 1 calf.. $42.84; Cameron' Friday, March 28, 1947 @ 3nrnteg Srntt11r1 Page 19

I The will of Mrs. Margaret Cattle Sales Brothers 16 calves. $502.39; Dat-i,
To Meet Here TodayA Cameron Kilvert naming her son Bros. Orlando. 4 steers. $252.- I
will the film within the
sons see publicity department and serviced
j Don't
husband. Maxwell A. Kilbert. 32; Horace Self. Orlando 1 heifer > Millions To next two weeks. Elwen stated. 11 individual pictures of the tour- Neglect Slipping
of the local
members and
meeting sole heir
Winter Park
of the Florida Forward execu- I $119.31; C. W. Baker. Sanford. 4 The newsreel is being released immediately nament to their newspaper and FALSE TEETHDo
of her $10.000
tor estate
$67OOOSpecial to theaters through the publication clients for immediate
Through Education Committeewill filed yesterday for probate in the Top cows. $380.92; Mrs. J. F. Williams
See Pee Wee nation and is running this week reproduction throughout the
be held this morning in County Court. Mrs. Kilvert died Sanford. 1 cow. 1 calf $78.18; Oscar and next week world. false teeth 4rop. slip or wabble
on Broadway. rhea you talk. eat. laugh or nez T
Rutland according
18. Bldg. : I
: to Claude Wolf, president.J. Feb. 7. [ to OrlandoMorning Sentinel JKISSIMMEE demons Kissimmee. steers;, A check: with the New York Universal Newsreel is not shownin Don-t be annoyed anderniiarrasaed by
such handicap FASTEETH an alka
Frank Rushton executive director ham Chamber of Commerce will -Receipts of 67. $1,337.45; W. L. Hammond. Win- Tourney FilmsMillions office of Fox Movietone News Orlando theaters. Elwell announced hue [Mo-acidl powder to prtnUe oa
of the State group and speak on plans of the organiza- 117.30 for 1,178 head were recorded ter Garden. 1 boil 4 cows. 43093. revealed their Pee Wee tourna but has one of the your plates. *eep> false teeth more
former president of the Birming- tion.RADIO. on the livestock auction Winter of theater goers will ment pictures had been sidetracked I largest international circulationsof firmly set. Gives confident.feeling of security
H. H. Garden and
Roberson. added comfort. No gummy
sales here Wednesday.Top see movies of the First Florida for the time being by the five major newsreel com- gooeT. pasty taste or feeling. Get F AS-
I 1 calf $4152; T. G. Lee. Orlando. Pee Wee Golf Tournament heldat pictures: of the fourpowerpeace panies. TEETH today at any drug store. lAdv4
R sales included transfer 30 hogs $232.60; Empire Cattle 1 Dubsdread Country Club I meeting in Moscow.In .
,, of a 1,168-pound steer from F. > addition the national
REPAIRING March 15 and TO
16. according tot
19 hogs. $196.15 J.
M. Campbell of Lake Wales to Co. DeLand. ; information received yesterday theater coverage of the tourna-
Swift and Co. of Ocala for I A. Getford. Eustis. 6 hogs. by Gordon R. Elwen. city pub- : ment by newsreels 3well was
j '. OUR WORK FULLY GUARANTEED $%7S.8%: of a 362-pound calf I 24; S. G. Brooke. $204-1 licity director from Harry Walsh notified that Acme Newspictures.

lW'i TO YOUR SATISFACTION from Chester Hiatt of Orlandoto 'hogs. $44757; W. M. newsreel photographer for Universal photo services led all other news Give Your BabVthe
Mount 9 hogs $116.03
Dora. ;
King an and Co. of Bartow Newsreel.An Inc., one.of the nation's largest
.... LOWEST SERVICE CHARGE II for $77.47; of a 744-pound H. Warren. Sanford. 1 hog. $14.55; estimated 17 million per- photo concerns in the use of
heifer by George W. Phillips of W. P. Alima". Osteen. 2 hogs 98.- photographs supplied by the city Precious Vitamins in
X' Can Associated S3M When fa Need *f Radio or Phono'Repair* Christmas to Kingan for I|56; D. Woolen. Loughman 6 hogs. I

143 *. ASSOCIATED STORES PHONE $142.85. ,$24.79; C. O. Babbitt. Orlando. 3 ABCDIAPER
5300 L. D. Wall Stuart ENTIRE STOCK
ORANGE hogs ;
Smith Ranch. Ft.
Lauderdale.SELLERS-6 cows. 4 steers. 1 3 yearlings 2 cows. $373.19; Clad-. SERVICENew RARE & UNUSUALCAMELLIAS HEINZ( STRAINED(
die Savage. 8 calves. $27351.L.
bull. 14 calves. 1691.37; C. L. I W. Pussell. Winter Garden. 1 Accounts and Future
Chancey Ft. Lauderdale. 1 cow. Reservations Are Solicited
H. W. Fus-
calf 2 cows, $56.82:
1 bull. $144.79; Half-way Dairy. TrJ"phone1177
Polk 5 calves. 1 steer. 1
Ft. Meade. 10 cows. $751.98; H. E. ORLANDO WINTER PARK NOW DRASTICALLY
heifer 3 cows $290.33; Morgan emsPEAS
Chitwood. Kissimmee 1 cow.
Knowles. Polk City. 2 cows. $35.- REDUCED DURING
$52.23; G. C. Zeigler. Orlando. 2
65; Archie Bass Indian Town 20 END-OF-SEASON
calves. $21.34 Ralph Wight.
a a ford 11 steers; : 1080.68; san-I'I calves $757.41; Dr. Williams TURKEYSFOR CLEARANCE b t*
1 7 14 heifers, 23:
Lumber i Stuart. steers. "-
Wilson Co.
1 cow. $51.38; Allen Zeigler. OrlanJ J'calves 1688.40; Carl Plunk: Or- EASTER DINNER I

s a : do ,1 cow. $107.62: Datson Bros.. j'S.lando.Salmon.1 calf.Winter 3 cows.Park.$205.38 2 calves: M. Only 65c Lb. Dressed N. L. Hasly Jr. R ,t3 tam
Orlando. 4 cows. $340.11: D. W. Maitland Turkey Gardens z
Romell. Indian Town. 2 yearlings. $52.71; F. M. Campbell. Lake %Ji lEo of 17-92 at Maitland p 44 E. Colonial Dr. TeL 2.2162LUMINALLPAINT tin l'm aGopt
1 heifer. 4 cows. $391.53. Wales 1 bull. 1 steer, $41853; L. UKice-- tkb'0
L. A. McKenzie Indian Town 2 G. Johnson. West Palm Beach 1 Phone Winter Park 1311-M
S s s. cows. 1 heifer. 5 ,.Ives. $306.40; cow.. 3 heifers, 2 calves, 219.67: paSt od5.
I II Billy Lamb.Orlando, 2 calves, $49- S nth
V. E. Holbrook. Plant City 1 bull t M
I II IIt I 7 cows $518.46: Raymond Myers. 62; J. B. Butts Winter' Garden 2 One coat coversDriesin I G Q T1 aC40tOmer
15 1214.85 C. cows. 13731.
Kissimmee. cows ;
B. Galloway Orlando 1 cow. I Joe Yates. Kissimmee. 18 hogs. BAYERRELIEVES 4 Hours.VALSPARVARNISH. .osBv$' cis tb t

$108.24: J. I. Indell. Lakeland 4 i $240.51; Carl Barber. Christmas llsua oA\-- flu eith ea
cows. $422.00; E. G. Eunice. Orlando i 12 hogs, $32.97; J. A. Sapp New -eA
5 cows. $472.37; M. M. Smyrna. 3. hogs $76.51; Amos Dries in 4 Hours. Y't

Overstreet. Kissimmee. 2 bulls. I Bronson.Kissimmee. 23 hogs $95.- BAY STATEPAINTExterior &&%&&&

$358.05; George C. Bronson. Kis- 92; Mrs. Sterling Ashley. Babson I and Interior. #
simmee, 51 cows 293276. Park. 1 cow $153.12; George Long % ( inn
Vero Beach Dairy. Vero Beach. Chulota. 1 cow. 1 calf. 1 heifer. Wilson Leonard uses 1itioa >dcbesa a' r
4 calves, 4 cows. $466.85; H. Ryals. $71.84; John Thornhill. Winter RELIEVES SIMPLEHEADACHE v fleiozks the mini4serce b ab1 the ,

Tampa 11.cows. $68362: T., G. ,Haven 1 cow, $106.61; A. M. Chis- Hardware t s etao s sn bar
Lee. Orlando 11 cows. 1321.35; r I holm. Orlando, 1 calf $28.68; Y tevp b aesfe use be s ( tiOU ht
J. A. Getford. Eustis. 1 yeriing. I I I Lewis Buxton. Orlando 1 heifer I 12 W. Central Ph. 2-2187 his sna be s 0 nee ea geek

$82.32; J. W. Keen. Frostproof. 11 3 cows. $16158; G. R. Barber, r gas ti n 0'1. S stn A
DRY CLEANING SERVICE calves. 2 cows. $213; Cecil A. Winter Haven. 1 cow. $4471: ab ( clot an .

Tucker. Christmas 3 cows Frank Spiller Winter Haven 1 t yon h ps ch ou Go 10
$118.08; Theodore Vickery. Christ- cow 2 calves, 9508. I 4 Le tes S vc tr a av or'
t, mas. 1 calf. 2 cows. $93.15; GeorgeW. I A.H.Mole;Orlando 1 cow. $67.- I Beware Coughsfrom aoc at** 5 tvt\& k "

Let us dry clean your drapes, couch covers, f Phillips. Christmas. 2 heifers. 62: L. H.Thomas, Maitland 1 cow. Beautify I \ Fro ut th e .
1 cow J. J. Bronson, Clermont 4 $57.60; W. R. Thompson. Orlando. Basi common coldsThat .a ; onS
celanese curtains, etc. We absolutely guar- :; calves. $167.91; L. R. Bronson I|11 heifer $79.84; George Chapman, ** 1 0

antee you QUALITY WORK and QUICK Clermont, 4 calves. $135.35. Orlando. 1 calf. 1 cow. $153.90;. & without ? Hang On way tacean
P. E. Williams Davenport, 8 i I I H. Duda & Sons. Oviedo. 5 bulls massage
.r SERVICE. All suits and dresses are properly ,'
$571.17 Lakemont Dairy. I Carson Platt Melbourne. gatetnt
cows ; 740.49; .. NMIaME Ceo eeeW,,,eera.ne. Creomulslon relieves promptly because -
.,. packaged before delivery. We also render Winter Park. 5 cows $407.11; '' 18 COWS 11 calves, 1604.55; Bar- ',.,"", .ealreelle.. ..bid' .seN le.uN_Nr n..aormales rwamie : it goes right to the seat of the N b

the following services: f Chester Hiatt. Orlando. 1 calf, 6 ney Savage, Riviera 3 cows 7 ., tae ,--h.-.te" rn toe..aMwnN.......,_er trouble to help loosen and expel V to i ,
f' cows. $511.89; Magnolia Ranch. i I'i bulls, $35954; Nathan Platt, Lake- t" ... ,.nbae.. Tnwaw.a nn/rn17 d-.Itleut.ewa.aern s.san. :: germ laden phlegm and aid natureto LY
Orlando. 2 cows. 4 bulls $726.20; port. 5 hogs. $193.00. wM...._wannN_a..e_ el"- soothe and heal raw tender Inflamed -
F. Mitchell. Thomasville,. Ga.. 20 |I I I Smith Ranch. Fort Lauderdale I 1Iu.t XRI.1nE fram. ,lee,,.':?.=: I bronchial mucous memo

LAUNDRY, RUG CLEANING, DYE WORK, ,. steers. $860.56; Paco Land Co.. five. calves, $240.18; ? M, .tM NraAlle.oNSt...... 10 d_a,,Tar al/sfaflN R wane rN wIM Aene7 branes.%bottle Tell of Creomulsion your druggist with to the sell'jn-yot Ht"
DeLand 3 yearlings $217.43; T. C. L. Chancey Fort Laud.rdale. M tit* aoM A.at< ... .
MOTH PROOFING, WATER PROOFING, B. Sewell. Umatilla.. 6 calves. 6 heifers. 6 calves. $504.72; 1M,---...a.nw- Kennet cur,.... .a-Fee. lerstandlng you must like the way are i'
t'5 trt l Trr. S*+lqtoe of Naftrtt Then Xre.ors juickly allays the cough or you B=T/fl
$278; Marion Platt Melbourne. 14 Platt Brothers, Lakeport 1 hog net C* STORAGE. t tf steers 5 cows. $2.154.57; Ralph I I'I $16.60: J. A. Pike Lakeport 2 ".asi.'ortllr ,tel... l .ttM -
Wight. Sanford. 10 steers $1.-I 1 I hogs. $4851; S. B. Gerkins. Belle I CREOMULSION5or
At Emrich's Pharmacy &
012.30; Gus Schmas. Sanford 2 Glade, 1 cow 41 calves, 1683.16; Coughs Chest Colds.Bronchitis
All Leading Drug Stores
yearlings. $168.79; E. L. Royal I Darrell Hammond. 2 hogs $95.24;

Eustis. 1 yearling. $24.88; M.,Tom- Palm Glade Pastures. Belle Glade,

ORLANDO STEAM LAUNDRY I kow Jr.. Lakeland. 4 calves. $61.84; 1 steer, $42.45; G. S. Bassinger.. St. LAUNDRY 8 DRY GLEANING EINZ< bAB/ FOODS
[ f:1 W. E. Ballard. Orlando 3 cows, Cloud. 1 calf. $52.25; Minor Platt

Established 1886 : $258.63: C. I. Smith. Vero Beach Melbourne. 9 calves, $379.25; T. Try our DeLuxe Quality Dry Cleaning and Laundry by; experienced -

9 W. Concord Are. 1 cow. 1 heifer. $97.51. W. Knight. Belle Glade 10 steers. cleaners spotters and personneL Quick service guaranteed. .
Jim Day Kissimee. 1 calf,$27.- $954:44: F. R. Congdon Orlando,
57: Cecil Yates Kissimmee. 7 1 bull. $12656; A. C. Cox, Apopka IVANHOE LAUNDRY I I CITY CLEANERS

---.,. calves. $31667: A. D. Wells. I 11 steer $57.54; Dr. Williams, 1630 N. Orange-Ph. 5594 I 39 W. Colonial Dr.-Ph. 7557
Lee s b u r9:. 1 bull $195.04: Stuart. 5 steers, 1 heifer $24536; .
I James Edwards. Dundee. 1 Fred: St. Lawrence. 1 cow. 17434. ----- -----
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, I:" A. M. TO 1H'P. M. cow 2 yearlings. 9 calves. $457.- I B. P. Whidden Orlando. 6 steers.

ALL STERLING 95; R. M. Lancaster. Kissimmee.' $294.64; W. L. Crawford. 6 hogs
18 calves. $448.32: Jeannie Stokes. I t $272.41; Roscoe Braddock Belle
BIRTHSTONE St. Cloud. 1 calf. $27.26: John Glade, 1 steer. 1 bull, 2 calves 6
RINGS 79c Padgett St. Cloud. 4 calves. 3 I cows. $513.52; H. Bore Belle
Plus Tax heifers $175.64; W. 1.. Alderman. Glade 13 heifers, 3 bulls. 8 cows
SIMULATED Geneva. 3 steers. 1 cow. $292.32: $1.23255George; C. Bronson Kis
DIAMOND Orval Cox. Minis. 1 cow. 1 steer.: simmee.. 9 cows $50429; Oscar
$109.60; W. F.. Darden Titusville 26 steers, 13
99cPlus Clemons. Kissimmee.
RINGS .. -- 1 row, 5 steers. $284.92; Frank calves. $3.705.43.BUYERS t
:Tax O'Halloran. Winter Haven. 4 -E. D. Oliver, Lakeland -
calves. $99.54.J. M. J.
One of America's Greatest Imitations. Choice 6 hogs. $208.86: Daley.
W. / of White or YeUow Mountings! Bring this ad E. Crump. Winter Haven. 2 Orlando 6 calves. $228.32; Frank
and 19e! plus tax t* oar store and receive cows $16128; J. G. Slone. Center O'Halloran. Winter Haven. 1 steer.
one Convince of our yourself regular imitation Diamond Rings. Hill 2 calves, $121.43; H. M. Stew- $62.50; P. G. Conner. Sebastian. 3
art. Eau Gallic 1 cow 1 calf,1 calves. $54.19; Cox's Market.
LOOK Stones! These will Beautiful surprise Mountings you! The Simulated and Brilliant $147.60; V. E. Holbrook. Plant Apopka. 2 cows. 3 calves, $32856:
r Diamonds represent the utmost skill of modern City. 3 cows 1 calf $211.46; H. A. W. F. Fussell. Polk City. 6 steers.
science. Hildbrand. St.Cloud. 1 steer. 1 cow, $131.40; M. R. Hall Tampa. 1 cow UAKERJ'MA.O.7J"IO'SER".NGS
Compare these with your genuine Diamonds. $26451; Jim Bradley. Frostproof. 2 calves. $79.63: T. W. Knight
See if you can tell the difference! Special. 14 calves. 7 cows $963.80; C. S. Pahokee. 13 cattle. $667.49; Tom
GORGEOUS BIRTHSTONE RINGS Now at Lee Oviedo, 2 $165.03 H.
this low price a Lucky Birthstone Ring for steers ; Lamb. Orlando. 28 cattle. 14 cal-
yourself or as a gift to someone else. O. Partin Kissimmee. 1 cow. 21 ves. $3,12450; Murry Bass. St.

Special. little girls rugs 59c.! Little Girls steers. 11 yearlings. 2491.71: M. Cloud. 1 bull $80.65; W. S. Combs.
Like .Jewelry Too. S. McGregor, DeLand. 1 bull. St. Cloud. 1 steer. 7196.
$20671: R. M. Yelvington. De- I I Claud I. Smith. Vero Beach. 9
Special Silver
Land. 11 cows 1119.61; C. H. 1 calves. $223.78: F. T. Merrrwether.j w
: Men. Rings __$1.49 Jordon Lakeland. 1 bull. 1 steer,j Sanford 4 calves. $161.64; Roper
Plus Taz 9 cows. 10 calves. $905.18; F. H.,[ & Teal. Winter Garden 4 calves. 6 CEREALS
Schute. Plant City. 5 steers. $674.- $143.05; Reisman Wholesale
ANGEBILT PHARMACYORANGE 26: Joe Daly Orlando 17 calves Butchers. Hialeah. 7 cattle. 39 '
AT WALL $583.02. I calves 2293.19 C.H.
; Coffee. Fort ...
Rex Beach Farms. Scoring. 3 tie, 5 calves, $3,62861 Mades -'r -....:::;. .. .
I ; -;;.............
yearlings, 10 calves $687.84 Geo.
; Packing Company. Miami 62 cattle ,
M. Wolks. Arcadia 15 steers. $1- 5 calves $2628.61; C. H. Jor- / '

FRIDAY AND' SATURDAY, .:.. A.M. TO 7flft P.M. 048.90; Minor Platt. Melbourne. 7 don. Lakeland. 1 bull. $137.50; J. t ;: ___'" > 1 QUAKER PUFFED RICE SPARK1ES /
cows. 5 steers $794.10; Roy Akin. A. Sapp. New Smyrna. 5 cattle. 3 "'''' __ 1"- s oT fro. oNI ,J.
BRING Orlando 1 calf.. 1 bull. $114.76; calves, $618.34; Swift & Company. < '

OR MAIL ,99! Bill Bass. Kissimmee 1 calf. $27.- Ocala. 1305880. buying 91 cattle -. _:i 1 QUAKER PUFFED WHEAT :, 2 QUAKER RICE FLAKES 4 : z -

THIS AD 79; Perry Cameron Sanford. 1 and 126 calves: Kingan & Com- ", / III '&AVO, '. __
hI SHOT no own ; f"c .
WITH ONLYand calf $34.76 r E. J. Cameron. San- pany. Bartow 95 cattle. 85 calves 'i ;;' '

Receive One Man's $11,087.78; Allan Driver. Baltimore Ltt 2 QUAKER WHEAT FLAKES,2 QUAKER CORN FLAKES \ Iy .
S Md- 36 cattle. 117 calves. I

Miller. Texas
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BAND i 17 cattle. 45 calves 2788.76; P. M. 2 QUAKER MUFFETS -''';'''' '' -' \ t

SUSPECT CAUSEOF Fussell. Polk City. 5 cattle 4 cal- ROUND SHtfDCf WHfAT > t ttR
1 I )1"a
1 Guaranteed Stainless yes $60425; L. I* Roberson. Win-

f SteeL Will not Tarnish. ter Garden. 8 steers $793.42; Cecil t ........
Super-Flexible Ad- Platt. Melbourne 5 cattle $40253;
i E. D. Oliver. Lakeland. 13 hogs.
justable. Fits Any ThU Old
Often I I $68.04; C. L. Thornhill. Winter I
Watch. Any wrist.| Brines Happy Radio I Haven. 8 cattle $411.95; Dick r

MAKES ANY WATCH LOOK quicklyonretkrydiuo Ilany..fferen relieve nanfrc bneknchn Lawson Kissimmee. steers. $1- II. ., j ,
GOOD GOOD WATCHES LOOK BETTER their Double may be Cued erth.tthereai.ra.s'of bdnen. 317.39: J. A. Sapp. New Smyrna. 1 .54Ya 7-p ] h

I MAN'S BAND LADYS BAND-I I TkckjdaeTsareKataraachicfwayeftnkhjr cow. $11.75; John Thompson. St. 1J.
the excess acids and wastaoatof th blood.
I Finished In 18kt. told. $f 99 I Finished in 18-kt, &,old. $ 99 Tbe7beJ>>mar people pass aboutlpmtaadaT Cloud. 2 2 cows. $182.72: Orval Cox.
Wheaduordetofkidaeyff** cattle. $233.53 r Elmer -
Stainless steel bark Yellow rose. sUrer poisouas matter toaremam in jour blood,it McDonald Daytona Beach. 3 cat- Ei1 Sip ;

I Yes at Its ;;; may! cause .nagzm* backache. rheumatM tle. 7 calves $621.04 J. G. Slone.
truly affordable price Is the expensrre-lookfng. espe.sl.lar. ..-' '- Sian.. D: f pep and euny get..' :
-- tarnish-proof man's watch hand the world. has been waiting for! fang up mshta.STeiluiK.paffiaew under the Leesburg 1 calf. $52.50.J. .
So flexihle so lightweight so everlastingly! mart! Get your eaty-en.. CTCS. bcndacbea and dixsuMu. Fre t... P.Johnson. Pine Castle bull
easy-0u watch band now NONE SOLD AT THIS PRICE AFTER SALE. scanty paiaagea- INnaiac
LIMIT-TWO WATCH BANDS TO A CUSTOMERAN oomctimes show.thaeiomethlq $158.42; Tommy Jernigan. St.
EXCELLENT EASTER GIFT with roar kiciDen or bladder. Cloud. 1 steer. $74.13: Ned Fertic

ANGEBILT PHARMACYORANGE pflU.*.l2SAte"n___._oti1Jfttk wed.aecNdapy*.*for Dar'> > St. Cloud. 1 cow. $90.04; Piggly l I E .r ,_ '. ALL YOUR FAMILYS .t f
Jou'. ... Wiggly. Kissimmee. 4 cattle. 1 calf. -
AT WALL |r.r.rsiursi. U __d $501.16; Ralph Yates, Kissimmee. 0 FAVORITES ARE IN THERE.A .

.. I -:1..s. Get ea.h Da.'a oat poiNaNSwasto Pills tssa 1 steer. 2 calves $22237; Harry REGULAR CEREAL
Lively Kissimmee. 3 cattle. 1 calf.

$495.86; W. S. Moore. Dundee. 9 -IC PAfr1TaY., .. 1A
cattle. 1 calf. $1,003.63; Lykes r ,
ANNOUNCING Brothers. Tampa. 22 cattle. $2- Ft
THE 120.48; Riverside Packing Co.. Al- D
lendale. 13 cattle. 1 calf. $937.14.

CONTINUATION OF THE SALE OF Jim Loose tQ. Bushnell. 18 cattle .
1889.40; J. B.Dees.Ocala. 46 cat-
tle. 54.618.08; Brusco Davis,Haines THE LAST WORD M CEREAL
City 5 cattle. $465.08.
BELGIAN AZALEASThe National Meat Packers. Tampa. WMVEMIEMCE FRESHNESS/ ", +k

54 cattle. 10 calves. 33 hogs $.5.- N\ tX/A EACH PACKAGE( MEASURES ONE
28751: Lyks Bros. Tampa. 10 .
World's Finest and Hardiest Indica Azaleas hogs $476.21: Ralph Hanauer::Orlando I \ SERVINGKEEPS TOAST/CRJSP r,.

59 hogs. $791.26 Bill Bass UNTIL SERVED. IT CARRIES THE
RL DS. Do DOt miss this opportunity to acquaint yourself with these super azaleas Yates Kissimmee. 6 cattle $305.- BOY.' ITS' GOT f a. FAMOUS:QUAKER
THEY ARE JN A CLASS BY THEMSELVES. 12; Johnson's Grocery Kissimmee r "MONEyBAdCWfTHASMJtE"-
6 cattle. $407.73; J. A. Carter. K> BIG SERVINGS '
Come to the wholesale nurseries at Cassel rry. Fla. [midway between Sanford and Plant City. 3 calves. 1 hog. $135.02; 160 I FOR THAT
Orlando on Route 17-92J.) Follow_the sims. Terms: Cash and carry. Frank O'Halloran. Winter Haven OF AIL MY f GUARANTEE//

2 cattle $16928: J. G. Slone. Center FAVORITE CEREALS// DAYITSMAOCEducation

. BELGIAN .AZALEAS, INC. CASSELBERRY, FLA./ Hille. 2 cattle. $488.37. CRISPNESS./ > SO R ,

NOTE: During' the recent severe freeze the Belgian Azaleas have clearly proved to Alexander Graham Bell inventor i TO BUY THE .
be hardier than other Indica azaleas. I of the telephone produced a PACK-0-TiH/

telephone In 1880 that operatedon
a beam of light.

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See Us Before Too PAGE 20 FRIDAY. MAR. 28. 1947

Ma j. Browne \ '_; r; : J .
B URN I -'> "!! ",
e' ORROWGeneral Road Expert .

Real Mortgage Estate Insurance Loans, Engineer Dies, THERE IS NO EXCUSE FOR A : .

Maj. Charles A. Browne nationally -
recognized engineer and !
Nail Bros. Agency
road construction authority as
113 N. Orange TeL Sill well as civic and professional
.leader In Orlando died Thursday
brief In a illness.local hospital following a TELEPHONE STRIKE AND WE

SEPTIC TANKS i Formerly chief engineer of the
'Florida State Road Dept. Maj.
BUILT-INSTALLEDREPAIRED Browne was ''a director of the
American Road Builders Assn. and
In The, your use of plumbing strong lye system or adds Is 'and the American member Automobile of the American Assn.j ONEit
detrimental to the septic tank. Society a of Civil Eengineers. He was ARE TRYING HARD TO AVOID
Approved by State also a past president of the Florida -
Board of Health I Engineering Society and one
PLUMBING REPAIRSBy of its directors for nine years.
Maj. Browne was born in Galena -
Licensed Plumber O. He was a graduate of
401 W. Concord Phone 476SI. Ohio Wesleyan University. Joining -
the 14th Ohio National Guard
I Ole bb I. HellUay Regiment, he advanced throughthe with Union have been since
the 17. still
ranks .from private to major Negotiations going on February They are proceeding z
serving in an Illinois regiment .

AUTO during After the 10 Spanish-American yean In the U.War.S. and your Telephone Company has hopes that an agreement can be reached that
Army Engineering Corps he resigned -
to open his own office in
will be fair to everybody.
SEAT COVERS Birmingham.Maj. '
Browne moved to Sarasota .: L
High Grade Materials in 1916 and in 1919 was appointedchief : .
engineer of the State Road "
Your Choice of Colors Dept. He came here in 1922 to : ;
We Install supervise the first large scale road ,;, '.., ,, '
building in Orange County directing ." .. .. n... "
ED 'MAYO'S a large portion of the county's I .
hard surface road construction.In : ,-
1930 he resigned from the
101 N. Main St. Tel. 9782 county road department and until
"Steam Cleaning. Slmonizing 1940 was connected with the SRD. The Southern Bell Telephone Company believes that its employees We believe most people would agree that these are good wages. Thereare
and Undercoating"FOR
with headquarters here. .
Maj. Browne also was active in should be well paid, and that !their wages should compare favorably with those in addition to good wages, many other advantages in working for the
Boy Scout work serving as president -
RENT of the Central Florida Council paid by other concerns in the community for work requiring similar skill and Telephone Company, including pensions [with full cost paid by the Company], ,
for several years.A
STOREAt past president of the Orlando equivalent training. To make sure that this policy is carried out, we are, con- sickness and death benefits, attractive working conditions, holidays with pay,
Lions Club he was also a district
governor for the Florida Lions tinuously comparing our wages with other wages.In and vacations with pay one, two or three weeks, depending on length of service.
Southeast Corner and International Councellor of
Orange & Jefferson the International Association of.
AVAILABLE FOB OCCUPANCY Lions Clubs. the present negotiations with the Union, we have offered a renewalof
Maj. Browne was also president -
RENT $300 UNTIL PER IMS MONTH Phi Dell of the Theta alumni national chapter college of- our.present liberal contract, but the Union insists upon unreasonably large Union demands total $69,000,000 a year. This is equal to an -

H. N. ROTH the fraternity Masonic, and Blue past Lodge.masterof wage increases. increase of $3.30 a month in the average telephone bill. ,
He is survived by a niece. Mrs.
809 Metcalf Bldg. W. P. Whittaker. Galena. s
Phone 2243INSECTS Funeral services will be Eiselstein-held at The demands of the Union on wages and other matters would increasethe
10 am. Saturday in Wage rate'increases in 1945 and 1946 amount
Wigginton Funeral Home. cost of providing telephone service by about $69,000,000 a year. This
to Approximately 26 Million Dollars '
ObituariesMISS C comes to 70 per cent of the Company's wage payments in 1946. It is more
:Miss Amelia H. Cramp. aged 88. than 6 times our net income in 1946. It would make our payroll alone over 2
CaD BOYTE one of Central of 916 22nd Street died at her Telephone employees wage rates are now the highest in history. They
Florida's biggest and best Exterminating residence Wednesday evening afteran million dollars more than the total of all of the money we took in last year.In .
companies. Cus- illness of several months. She have been increased 75 per cent since January, 1941. The largest increases
tomers protected under $5.100 had been a resident of Orlandofor have been in recent and only last and in 1945 increases
Bond. Licensed and Insured. the past two years makingher years, year wage
terms of the telephone bill it amounts to about $3.30
For further Information per
on DavidW. average
home with her nephew.
26 million
dollars the annual
rats roaches termites ants granted approximately to pay of our employees.
Cramp. She .is survived by
month to of little than 1,731,000 telephone subscribers andit
etc. Call or write her nephew and one sister. Miss every one a more ,
BOYTEEXTERMINATING Mary' H. Cramp of Philadelphia. These increases in and is the after all who the that out in
Pa Private funeral services will are wage rates are in addition to millions of telephone user pays us money we pay

224 S. Main TeL CO.9532 be Home held at at 4 the pjn.Carey Saturday.Hand Funeral Inter- dollars in regularly scheduled raises given our employes.This wages. Wages that are too low are not fair to the employes-who do the

Orla.d.Jllaldra1 ment will be at a later date. work. Wages that are too high are not fair to the public-who buy the service. .
MRS. O. H. STODDARD is an important point to remember in any discussion of tele- .
Mrs. O. H. Stoddard. 81. of phone .
Tampa mother of Mrs. C. L. ,
Bromley of Atlanta former Orlando .
f her home resident in Tampa.died Thursday at These regular. wages have been an advantage telephone employesfor Further increases!; in wages..would necessitate .".
Funeral services will be held at .
10 ajn. Friday at Blount's Funeral many years. Additional increases in our rates
Home In Tampa.
1 I In Is addition. survived to by Mrs.two Bromley.she other, Under our present contract, thousands of our employes receive wage
NEW ORLEANS We earnestly desire to go as far as possible in meeting the wishes of
daughters Mrs. H. D. Powell of increases as often as every three months. Other thousands receive increases
W. Hartford. Conn., and Mrs. their and real-
our employes and the Union. But demands must be practical
Lee Ella Martin' of ,Greenburg. every six months or every year. .
IncU and 13 grandchildren. istic. The earnings of the Company are such that we are now appearing before '

C FUNERAL SERVICESFor the Public Service Commissions throughout the Southeast asking for increases -
Mrs. Katie M. Smith who
1h I died Monday in a Kissunmee hospital Here are some typical rates of payA in rates to help meet the costs of wage increases granted last year.
1 will be held at 2 pjn. Sun- !
i day from Eiselstein-Wigginton I Should present negotiations result in large wage increases, we must immedi:
TALLAHASSEE xPENSACOLA Funeral Home here. The Rev. Ri-
or MOSILE. velo will be Standish in Alma will Mich.officiate. Burial five-day period, 40-hour week is the basic work period. Non-super- ately seek additional telephone rate increases to meet the increase' in ex-

I visory employes, such as operators, linemen, installers and repairmen receive penses. It is with this in mind that we are proceeding in our present negotia-

I HUNGERFORDSINGERS overtime pay for work beyond eight hours a day, 40 hours a week, and tions with the Union. .
aovl- also receive premium pay for Sunday, Holiday, and evening and night work.


N NEXT SUNDAYi An obligation to the public welfare
to =a' The following table shows some of the present wages paid, .

I Tin e.u.nt,. w.iiaanp according to the size of the telephone exchange The Telephone Company is asking. Union leadership to recognize the

1.' obligation of all of us to you-the public. We are pointing out to the Union

.. Large Exchanges in our meetings that only by rendering a constantly improved service in the

Starting Top most efficient manner possible can the employes, the Union, and the management

i Rate Rate continue to deserve your good will. We must not disregard the wel-

Airport Plum (171 COST.owe LOANS Operator ___._.______ $ 27 to $ 39 per week fare of the public, either in our charge for service or the quality and continuity -
Or Tow Travel Itrnt .. Installment LM. D*,t. of the service we render.In .
FIRST Installer-Repairman ...___ $ to $ 62 per week
Stenographer ___ $125 to $190 per month
view of the facts presented here, there does not seem to be justification -

Medium Exchanges t for a complete revision of our working practices as requested by the

Starting Top Union, nor for such large wage demands; Consequently, we have offered the

v Rate Rate Union. year's renewal of the present liberal contract, but with the right to

r A Operator ____..______ $ 25 to $ 35 per week re-open the matter of wages at a time'when changes in conditions may jus

InstallerRepairman: $ 27 to $ 58 per week tify. We sincerely hope the Union will accept this offer.

Stenographer '____ $120 to $180 per month
9 We want to keep our employes happy about their wages and their?

I rftFuw Small Exchanges jobs. We want to keep you pleased with your telephone rates and service,

Starting Top and, we want to keep our investors satisfied about the money they have put

Rate Rate in the telephone business. For it takes all three-telephone user, worker,

t 0\. .._ per and investor-to keep this business going. 4

a Installer-Repairman $ 27 to $ 56 per week ,',

1 Stenographer --,-_?- Not usually needed A telephone strike would be such a serious thing for you, for telephone

employes, and for the Telephone Company that everything possible is being

[These rates do not include premium! pay ;mentioned above]. done to prevent it. There is no excuse for a telephone strike.


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This is Doytona Beach--th. world's most famous 1 ... ..1.-, 'if"t._/ ..'..... .....: "1f'..
b.ocM It's sparkling with springtime right now. :i
r f. -
'. ,,
And it** the on* place in Florida you cant affordto \ '
.mission your way horn. : : ._;.. SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORA_ ,'. }S:i:}
Daytona leach i is always holiday town! -
Writ now-and ask about the modest rotes, ... V>f- :: tzi-** '

chanting Beachl boordwolk and springtime gaiety of.Daylong '. < .. : :. ,f ** '. < -



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STRIKE? I'the same time It permits the tele-1*''BABSON'S| AUTHENTIC STATEMENT'Mechanization' I Friday, March 28, 194 (9rlan is fRarntng }!ntttrtfl "Page 21
phone system to be operated ef-
Whether or not telephone work- ficiently. We appreciate the fact I I Lockhart NewsLOCKHART !I demonstration a* nt. m.t wTh the new :home in M'itlar-J r-ere married ?larch 22 in Pirzot.Ark .
Lockhart: 4-H Girls Wtdnday:: ; The ei'hth :rrrda Ird a party: and are spending th'ir'
ers will conduct a nation-wide 'that no one should bargain witha ScenReachingintoHomes I The Lockhart and plans were'made for A hit\'e- at the home of Mr. and.,}'ln.. W. horeymoon in St. Louis, Mo. Mr.
strike on or after April 7 will be management unless they have P-TA will sponsor a program fea- ment Day which will be held in R. Brown We nesc1ay. and Mrs. Simmons will make their

decided by the Policy Committeeof I'I some understanding, of the com- turing Claude Vaughn and his : May.Mr. Miss Dixie Copper of Lockhart home in Lockhart.

the National Federation of pany's financial position. Therefore Dixie Land Bukeroos.The program and Mrs.T. W. Stuckey and and Marion Simmons_ _of Orlando____
be held at the Lockhart family are moving Friday to their
Telephone Workers which meets we look at the Annual Report Chamber of Commerce Bldg. on I The Finest of Fine

this week. For almost four month j*I of the Bell System to the April 3 at 8 pjn. I BALDWIN ITKKSFONDPIANOS DR. P. D. [NAPIER Shoe Repairing
telephone workers have been j{I Federal Communications Commis- Mr. and Mrs. Clayton and Mr.
lr ROGER W. BABSOH./ and Mrs J. Joley visited Cypress : NERVE SPECIALIST Factory Shoe Dyeing
seeking a solution. They want Industrial j sion. Total company revenues in
J' WASHINGTON, D. C.-Wherever you look, you uncover Gardens and Bok Tower Sunday.Mr. Authorized Sales a Service; CHIROPRACTOR
peace-but also justice. I 1946 were well over 2 billion. It and Mrs. K. a SERVICE SHOE SHOP
a growing tendency to replace employes with R. Smith of RefiaUkiB : BcpairiBfROBINSON
With an understanding of the earned $10.23 on every share of I|I calls for the I Lockhart are returning to Oxford Twaal Complete X-ray Laboratory 1206 E. Colonial Drive
machines. This widespreading movement
531 Catfccart St. Pbo.e ZWUDO
Bell System setup and with al-1 j its stock. It has laid aside in', N. Y. after spending the Winterin MUSIC CO.
of and business alike.
closest attention wageworkers men I I Lockhart. I Ml N. Ores TeL MJ
most ten of continuous experience depreciation reserve over 2 and
years I I In its practical reactions upon YOU and your family..I i Mrs. M. F. Mudge of Oxford. COMPLETE
-- ---- --- ---- BUSINESS
in dealing with the man one quarter billion doUars. It has '
the rising. pace of mechanization 1 IN. Y. who has been spending the ,
agement of the various companies paid the same annual .dividendto 'past six weeks with her daughter SERVICE
should overshadow, by far the will be schooled Open Monday Evenings;
velop a public which 'Mrs. BOOK KEEPIG-FIN&NC1AL
K. Smith will leave for Chi-
tllll&he telephone workers last. No-1 I( stockholders for the past 20 *|gossip of Hollywood and the debates in sound economics and awaketo sago Friday. I II I I YOU I HAVE ADIPSY REPORTS. WITHHOLDING TAXSOCIAL
ember established a way of Insuring years even through the depths of spiritual values. I' SECLTJITY TAX
at Washington. Gene Guglielmi from New York WARREN'SWinter INCOME TAX
the Industrial peace which the depression. Its net profit. Only as these factors are addedto I City is guest of relatives Mr. and
I This trend has been gathering MALCOLM B. ROUTTTax
everyone. including telephone after taxes last year was over I' mechanization can we be assured Mrs. George Boyte' and Mr. and DOODLE) ?
momentum so long that we are of higher standards of liv- ''Pork Phone 68 Consultant
workers wants. They concluded 215 million. These figures pointto ., likely to forgetit. +iM Charlie Boyte. a W. Caarefe TeL MTS
I I ing and working. Miss Elizabeth Dickenson. home
that the better way of Insuring the a healthy financial empire. It It will not

country against a nation-wide tie- I is to the pubUc's advantage as forget us.

up was to provide machinery for well as our own. as workers In the .1' Scan the news industrial in- I

meeting the policy makers or top industry that It be in a healthy detail and you

management of the industry. 'j,shape. The companies have never ,; feel the vast YOU RE ALWAYS WELCOME AT COUPON

Since last November a committee pleaded inability to pay. sweep of today's

empowered to represent all of our I(j i The bulk of our membership in the nation I
of the future SPECIAL![
members. has been willing and I the operators -sit on high stools. news for both- I --I I I I II

ready to meet with Bell System In a prescribed bodily position. Jobholders andstockholders. HAIR BOWS

representatives lor the purpose of I,I work under immediate and con- I

settling contract disputes.The Bell stant supervision and are required j Pew groups 1 WITH COMB II

system has ignored this planning. '1 I by practice to respond to I j Babson In the nation DRUGS WITH A REPUTATION

It has left settlements of the bargaining ] your call'within a matter of sec- i will be able to stand complacentlyat In Sickness I Choice of I
the curbside and watch this Several Colors ;
items to more than 200 I[onds. They face a panel of lights -
forward March of the Iron Men. I
in different parts of the I which flick and off all day 10c Value-
people on
and in .....
The robots are not confined Health 3c
United States. With control of long and they must listen to all within factory walls. Swift TJ1tD'iy ORANGE AT PINE 70LM D I with Coupon I

the Industry in New York City it is I kinds of voices and must respond changes are appearing in the it is comforting to know that FRIDAY ..w1SATURDAY r-", na!
quite Impossible to reach agree- pleasantly to the various moods farm regions where modern QUANTITIES L!.! ... /
is taking yon can depend on someone..Forover15 I
ment In 40 scattered parts of the o; the public. It is a tough jO\ equipment over an :
ever-growing share of all farm years folks everywhere have ., .s
country. and takes a lot out of the person operations. been depending on Walgreen! fortheir ........... _. ;..... _. .......,. -A., ... .......... _..... ;
Even Senator Ball who is proposing who stays in the business year In the trucking of heavy ship- :
everyday drug needs in time 25c Six* < 4-.....
ments, there will be less of 50c SI.. 50c Sfc
legislation to outlaw in- after year. For this they receive human v V :
dustry-wide bargaining stated rates of pay which start at $25 in struggle and the old heave- of health! -as well accurately-filled CUTICURA .WOODBURY.' f BARBASOL 9 I CASTOR .
prescriptions in time of sickness.
ho. At the tailend of the truck. ,
publicly that he believed our Federation a' town like Titusville [Fla.]. $27 dt f 11.
muscle power will be replaced by SOAP FTEft-SHAVE BRUSHLESS a OIL a
could negotiate with the in a city like Jacksonville [Fla.]. mechanical lift. D mfabW / J
I p a S
AT&T System under his proposal. The highest paid operator in the In many of the service trades Prescription Service ''c LOTION Q i SHAVE CREAM I. (, :

Last we were confronted Bell System receives $45 a week the scene is changing through in- .
year 17e 19
I'troduction of pre-packaging self- & of your nearby Walgreen Drug Store .
with the prospect of a nation-wide and it takes 8 years to reach this I serving coin vending and other ) .26C 41./1.\: 29c: s4s ) .v. i

telephone strike. No strike .oc- amount. It, requires 9 years to modernism. A .

curred. This was due largely to reach the maximum rate for operators Mechanical devices are invadingthe -ss'- -as. ..ea8 .. .
the efforts of the Department of In Jacksonville. Operatorsin last strongholds of personal i

Labor and Secretary. Schwellen- other industries such as the labor. For instance, the job of
I inspection heretofore has seemedto i'I .
bach to the top management of newspaper offices or in the Gov- require human senses for whichno LINEN -. .. !

Ufk BeD System and to the FedJftion. ernment Washington and Fed- mechanism could be substituted. OR 2Sc
Fifteen hours before the eral Offices inUhis State receive Yet electronic and other mechanical -

deadline the Bell System Manage i\from $50 to $54 a week in from ,a speed and checks certainty now perform which with out- I j March Drug Sale! : Veto: \

ment co-ordinated their activities 5 to T/a years. I use only a few f class humans. I II STEEL WOOL' '

In a single spokesman.. When these j comparisons here but our stalls-i Heretofore, the assembling of Deodorant
men with authority spoke for the tics paint the same picture parts into a complete article has SCOUR PADS.REGULARLY5c. .

Industry It was a relatively. simple throughout the country. In a city been very difficult to mechanize: j I i 3 C : J 33c Oriis Tooth Paste 2 f for 43c
( 2 '26C
matter to reach nation-wide like New York our skilled crafts- but I definitely forecast its ac- \ S.'e-FormuJa20 0 for O
complishment. The all-automatic I '
agreement. We want to prevent a men start at $29 a week and after production plant is more than a %i) 29c Mag. Tooth Paste 2 for 39c .

repetition of last year's dispute. 8 years receive $80. In. Jacksonville comic-strip phantasy. | O SHAMPOOM ..

Valuable time has been wasted In after 8 years they receive only A white collar is no badge of J

acting out a comedy on collective $65.All of them do not progress to immunity. Working in cooperation l PAS 37e PO-DO 39 Aspirin Tablets 100, 2 for 49c 4-OZ. 401! :.- -_

bargaining throughout the United the top rate and even if they did. with the Armed Services 2 I

States.The, Bell System and. due I I I we find by. way. of comparison technical brainwork institutions machines.have contrived ft. EASTER EGG SHAVE CREAM 50c Orlis Mouth Wsh. pt. 2 for 79c 'jars D.. I. Sfz*..

to legal technicalities only the that the radio broadcast technicians COLORS I

BeD System can make negotiating I i doing much the same I These.in mathematics are now solving entirely problems beyond -- 9 : 2 tubes 5Qe 25c Lavender Hand Loi'n 2 for 26c = LISTER1NE .a'

efforts really work.A work receive approximately $30 a the capacity of any accountant. 325 TOOTH

Telephone Commision. to report week more in 3 years' less time. ) No job or business can afford :

to .the National War Labor Craftsmen in the tool indus- to ignore this universal drift. PASTEPALMOLIVE .

Board was conposed of two Industry try and the electrical Industry ,us For are better bound or to for collide worse, sooner most or of ALCOHOL RUSBIN6 COMPOUND C r /

representatives two labor receive in almost every case between later, with the floodtide of me- 1lIa4tp. 11 39c

and two public representatives.This i 8 and 10 dollars more per chanism. It will influence all hu- ..... -PWT (LImit) .
unanimous report stated week than our members. j i man activities. .' m a s...
I History reveals, with appalling
In part and I quote, 'The Our basic wage demand is for certainty that the onrush of ma- BORIC I 9.. T'rC1kl.Chkk

unified Influence of the AT&T $12 a week. It is not a figure chinery cannot be opposed suc ACID EASTER -
appears In the close similarity of picked out of a hat. Rather it is cessfully. It will over-ride any # .
'opposition from labor groups industrial POWd.'C"..... SOAP 1 0, EGG
most non-rate aspects of the wage the result of studies by our Research competitors, legislators or COLORS Di.o .
structure of the"'Various associated Department and the nature
i idealogists. From earliest days, Be Complelt O CCiff .
land .
Bell Companies Each Bell ComE | considered judgment of mechanical revolutions have roll- for \J : COTV .

for example ha.i'the same trained and practical people. Tele- ed ahead against the most savage 4 (Limit I) .
operating departments I phone workers firmly believe they opponents. This is because machinery .

er, these same four depart- J should receive something to off- I increases production. COMPACT ;

ments In all companies carry almost ,set the rise in living cost since I Any; agency which can do thatis :::: EPSOM SALT 5-LBS. 16c
powerfuL Mechanization
Identical job or task titles last.year. They are also convinced.and can be put to the service of all ,; Limit .. 98c: .

and task routines.This same unified I think you will agree with groups.As 4l8 ( 1) ..
50 Small
Influence is evident also in i them that they are entitled towage an industry becomes mechanical : ..

the existing inter-relation of Bell .I| levels which are in. proper 'instead of manual it tendsto I -
System wage rates not only relationship to those of the work- expand. In the end it will open GHUXDIAPERS I -, -

among departments and specific 'Jers I in other industries; yet the more jobs than it closes. Further. HINKLE I TABLETS .. _,... .
I more there is every reason why 11 4 .
jobs of each company but. likewise 'companies have not offered one ThtNiwVALET
such should
new jobs grade higher -
BOTTLE: OF 100 (LImit i>
., among the other wage rate :penny of wage Increase. I than the old. AUTO STROP LOTION .,

structures of the companies them- I It is quite possible that the Analyze the task of inventing. 51,59 I II
making maintaining and bettering SET
selves. That statement waa a reason for lack of proper bargaining RAZOR

unanimous. conclusion of. a public j!I f In the telephone Industry is ;, tomorrow.the machinery Surely such of today expert and occupation ::* SPRING-CLEANING SALE! Razor& 425SBUJe 25c FACE :

agency, concurred In by the official management's desire to wait for,. is a step ahead of primitive I- CREAMKLEENEX
representative of the Bell Congress to legislate labor unions toil. .
System. out-of existence or for some other To capitalize the opportunity 79c

Yet there has been no unified industry to make a break in cor- however will demand that all of Box of 200 ; IT EXFELLO KILLS MOTHsYvl -
I us must modernize our attitudesLabor .
bargaining action since contract reeling its wage inequalities If
.ml MOTH WORMS!11 .
I and management alike
demands were made many weeks such is the case, it is decidely unfair I must set their sights on goals f 111 sw.

: as well as illegal. Under the that are creative constructive A1I- ,
R [ ] I .
ago.The Lumt. 5ra: 69O "- ...J.
telephone Industry: itself law management is required to i i' and productive. I ( -- Cr7 4t JOe Size

Le ominated by. the Bell System. j*bargain in good faith. Even the i[ The potential trouble lurking In $4 \ ) '- ,
.15c B
0.e.total telephone business In present Congress would not toler- I I today's trend is that the facilities AILMENT BAO I MENTHO-

this nation. 80% is handled by ate a situlion where a management -. ,and modem equipment while our can social become thinking ultra- HANGER Howf.ow..PnceJ! Imported., a LATUM t iiaawa..KITCHEN

the Bell System; the other 10% Is I while waiting for Congress 1 remains medieval. This we must .. .. "' .... 6 9 TUBE OX JAR '"
divided among some six thousand to act. violates one of the coun- b avoid.

Independent companies. The prac- !I j try's laws requiring an employerto i I If the current boom in educationdoes 1.. .- KLENZER Below HALF! .
its work aright we must de- 27c '
tices of the System are monopo- bargain in good faith with theI .
'Ig.of 3.IScC.nJ
listic even to the extent of regulating i representatives of his employees 02 .

the collective bargaining I'If,, management in our industry BOYTE 1 5 GEM. : (Limit. ; 3 cans) bow / .. .-40Metcl .: _. ._ ,

relationship throughout the entire> is waiting for some other compnayI M SWGLE.EDGEBLADES : ) filters.

country. I I I to lead off. a vicious cycle is established Termite and Pest Control '
i '-
You may have the opinion that, which would act as a 224 S. Main tiL G .
i bar to any; industrial harmony. If -
telephone workers are a well paid .
each management waits for the 9532 -23c.
group of workers who have excellent next no one acts zSvitDusfprooI : t : WISH A :

working conditions. Let us i It is understandable why the USeu.LARVD( ,

determine If such a conclusion Is; telephone industry would hope for GARMENT EASTER
Justified. Federal and State legislation and W. r. "Jrtr' 7enet4EsL -a. Mot reoter HAPPY
wait for settlements in other BAG
The Bureau of Labor Statistics
basic Industries. They would be in r 27x60 Pint
reports that telephone workers> a better bargaining position. However nos o rc .0. 12 4 Safe Pack 29C . 799
since 1937 strike of
have been among the! a telephone workers -
lowest paid of in is too serious a matter to be Contractors Mcrchuti MODESS '
group workers i
Sec Our Fixtrnr CLIMAX
Display CLEANER 30 Oz.
recklessly provoked by any re- ...... ?15c
the whole United. States. We reCJile -O N. Hills SU Z-174S SANITARY .
I sponsible management. Seizure by ,
$8 a week less on an aver- Government or unconstitutionalI NAPKINS
9k than the workers in light and I compulsory arbitration by Con- INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU BUYIt MOTH BALLS Dolph. IOKJZ. . 9e

power: $10 less than street railway gress or State Legislatures will not I I
trolley and motor bus work- establish long range harmony or 2Sc DRANO for DRAINS Z2-.. . 19c
continued efficiency. Good labor d
ers; $3 less than telegraph workers SDOT s- CASar.
relations can succeed only where CLOROX BLEACH Quart . 17c
We _
cannot find a public: both labor and management want .t Your a S with Etstnt -
utility which pays less on an L them to succeed. Telephone work- Homo TownAtcnt Happy
average than our people receive.It ers have laid their demands on I EASTERCARDS TRIOMPHEPERFUME BIG OvttSowing
is significant the top of the table. backed by A HOME-TOWN TRANSACTION! COUPON I EASTER

that the average fact and reason. They have shown *0%r.dml Eacfa.Ta_tWn .: ..........+.
gross earnings of our mem- they want bargaining to succeed. 5c' BASKETS

bers in 1939 was $1.661 and in i On March 24 our Policy Committee BEST TRAILER SHOP L . lip 'h-oa... 12
.cii .
1946. after taxes were I Washingtonto ...
paid real wu.M1ectioa. A
make a determination of the Repairs and Parts for AH """ ciftcnpremelRenumber
wages amounted to $1,499.41$2! > collective will of the telephone Makes of House TrailerPat.tlagTopsAniLgEafaae I I sruw'. .1 ..... 3_ 4 Pull of lurprUetl i

less than 8 years ago. No one can i workers throughout the United I ...... Tie Sweetest Gift ot All
be expected to be satisfied'if his t States. A decision will be reached. zzu W. WasbiaftoB Dial cm i t LUSTRE .
[on Winter Garden Road GIVE A BOX
I lc COMBS off
living standards are going down j This. decision will be made gravely SHOPPINI. CREME .
ward. In the March 17 r and in accord with the highest I 'f t CHOCOLATESFine
14th Issue of j ideals of our American institutions I .Ptdut .Ratua .Brmtr I f BAGS A SHAMPOO .
the magazine called The selection
United 1 and of life.
our way
States News" an article appearedon L. S. FLYNN ; S.RwitlttJ} ,;. : % / -- -- mt WaJrma'stPHONE. 95c ep '
page 16 which: stated that the Chairman Public ponUmif2. S9c: .v22 ;:
loss of Relations Committee -
buying power telephone r.I c.,4
[. workers was some 16%. -
I Southern Federation of MUSIC .----- ..
\L, Our wage demand is designed to Workers.
Telephone r
I **-.*>correct the present Inequality.. At IFd* Adv. 532 N. Oraito Tel. M7I

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Page '21 (trlaub dfartttng &tutbtrl Friday,' March 28, 1947 [ Citrus! Report Daily Citrus' Auction I Sanford Farmers Market

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_IILU' .' .r I. II "' "'' pu" ---I - -- -- - --
The fOllOwing prices reported oy

U. S. Markets Set -THE U.S.I FUJ FOil CaL WKONKSDATity lAraJ La. ITe>. .>ii4 Fasda ORANGES Std. ..... Yang*. the dealers on the Sanford State sold

Stocks Rally I Stock I II (totalcatslcarol: canican total $Sexes Wireba. lad. Rr Call 4He Farmers' Market for produce

Closing Quotations Oranaes 175. I I 513 .eves to truckers and dealers up to 12:01.
Holidays ScheduleBy Grapefruit --I 951 2 !5 I I I I 102 crn-Ma..... ter-" Can.*. Cart A,. Care A' Car A. Ct .. a-in. March 28. 19.7.
1 Continues OnMarket STOCkS 't 0 SPOTLIGHT "... 11401." Law Last Mixed 51. 3 1 I I 55 Hew Tork City dower! ) __ 28 4,2435 492 9 6.7Ia 2 2.63
t. Iriee'' : UDftPOrteci-Nareh 25: CalifornIa or- Philadelphia (no sale) b ... Beets dOZe bun....._.$0.75-1.15
NEW VORSt > d.53 Mid-Cont Pet S 311.* 35:01. 38'%' [ The Associated Press '
and net efcane ef the fitt.in mast active Mo Kan Texas S I 5'1-00 8 Buses; Tea... 9 oran.. .. Texas. 240 .r.1 Boston unrhange> a 4.55 :: .. 3 "..n3 838e -. __ Beets bu. hpr. ...._.1251.50
tnnTex... 28 mixed eltrua. Pittsburgh higher , 2 ..43 __
stacks pSes04ayC.th : Montgom Ward 28 59sa 5844 5944' Easter holidays will be observed I 4 3 93- ..$0.90-1.00
50 Ib _
t"tive 4V Sea .....- *_ m Murray CorpNash ._ n 1734 17 17"-" SUMMARY OF PASSINGS THROUGH Cleveland (no sale rlllT--- __ _. __ __ ( __ Cabbage sx.-
Nat Distill 19.3w8-21*. 144.Uaitoel N with the closing of all principal I Chicago (irregular) __, 6 3 93 8 5"52c -__ Carrots doz. bU C__- $0.75-0.85
THE FLORIDA GATEWAYSIncluding St. Louis (lower ___________ ___ 2
4.03 _
___ 5 S63e _
Cei: a "aaa-M. ea Kelvinator n 17'4 11 11'" Carrots bu. hpr. _.....$1.50-1.75
domestic securities and commodity Cincinnati lob sale _. HI
Savannah and _
dlrertions at b
... I%
S. l.76-T4
W. Steel 15'. 1534 15'Nat ". "
'MEW YORK (UP> OM Else II... e* *. Auto Fib 4 12'. 12 12'1. Good Friday Atlanta for 24-hour period ending 6 a m.: Detroit higher) .- 4 4 24 ? 9.72e HI Cauliflower crate ...... $1.75-2.50
1 exchanges. Last West South Total Baltimore Uugher) ____ .- --- 3 434 I 4 69 1 8J2c.; $6.60-7-10
__ Oeen Mian LOT CUM' Net Ck. sVac 11.54-14- III Nat Biscuit 18 30'. 3034 30"* Celery Golden crate ..
Totals ._ ________ __ 2 455
3* hiM 17 .S1 m.7 17'.l' a*24* Cete Fuel 4Ir ll.2Sw-.SV. HS *_. Nat Can ____ 10 1234 12 12\\ April 4. but banking Institutions in Oranges 137 63 44 244 Market term? n sale 45..21 30 492 36 598 2 3"63 Celery. Pascal crate... $3.35-4.35
Grapefruit ..____ 44 1 7 52 : Io-atro.; a--no ; c-none.
M Matte 4.... 4..JI 48.TT 49-M u.SM Int Tel Tel HJOe14'a* Nat CaMi E.g II.d 40". 40.%. 40-,
IS Utite 35.84) J6.16 JS.T4 M-AO ...e.u Gillette Sal Hex 114MW-3V. in* I. Nat D.lrY Prod 14 327. 32 32'1-00 most States will be open as usual. Mixed citrus ____ 22 1 6 29 GRAptrRUITSeeded Collards. doZe bun ........ $0.75-1.00

u St'u u-84 4M e.67 64.22 we a.7a Gen ajetere8.8w8-61V. *e> 1. Nat Distillers .....,.192 2134 11' 2134 Livestock and dairy markets will Total care he1. < a.m. yesterday oranges ( ) Eggplant bu. bskt. .. $2.50-4.00
anas: C.... Net CM. Par. rict ......27 II' ./_. Nat Gypsum 11 227. 22.. 22'. also be ; 1 grapefruit.PASSINGS Florida tnd. Rr
4* SVand. -1MS9 eff l.a> SchenleDiet. S.3SS-40 vet **. Nat Lead _u_ 18 31' 30'1-00 ,)1\ open. I POTOMAC YARD AND PASs- * II lit Rails ->__III'" eft 1.14 MeeuMie StJ 9O6W-29 1.Celtim Nat Pow ft U 231'. 1..1... .The New York Stock and Curb .C'TYarkd term Carg ATCsrs A. C.ra.. dry pack $2.00-2-50:
.1 2nd Rails 93-M vat 0.63 Gas 4V El lee-1IV- in **. NehJ Corp .__ 2 22'. 22'". 22'", Exchanges domestic grain and I I I INGS AND DIVERSIONS AT CINCINNATI New York City flower) 3 1.96 2 2.98
I. Utrie ---17.73 u...*4 "...! Rex Drwa ....-.'Ia II' V*. Newport Indust 5 2944 29.. 29.... for 24-hour period ending 8 '.m. yesterday Philadelphia Ino sale) _ h_ _' Lettuce Iceberg crate

15md, ______'-___ ... vnch.Trans.cti.ns NY Central RR ____ 72 18\ .173, 133' livestock markets will operate as Tan. Boston (Irregular) iced ..._ _. ..............$2.50-3.00
No st.cks usid lip ......._ "... Mien Lew LastACP.BrUJ NYC4I&StLPl2Zd 89 88 88 usual Saturday April 5. but the I' Or- Gra_ ver. Mixed Plttsbursb (irregular) ==== = = fi.Clnel.ad 1.91 H = doz. bun..SO.'l5-1.00. .
StSrsVAdwlitrl... 122,2Oe rsil... 44.- A No Am Aviation 5 10'% 10 10% I anees fruit bios Citrus (DO pIe) _ Onions
... utilities. fetal 21X4M. North Amer Co 22 27\02 27 273', New York Cotton and Wool and Chicago __ Pineapples. % crate _"S2.8S-3.OW
45\0y Mot 2 9% 91. 8V4 Ealtimor 7 2 2 -
LouIs ________ === = = =
st. : =
= ,
Northern Pacific 41Ohio 1934 11 193
Air Reduction 17 35 34% 35 New Orleans Markets will be' Boston 8 6 -- Potatoes. Red Bliss. '
MAaKETS AT A GLANCE Alaska Janeaa 4 SH 5*.. 5V. O Detroit __ 3 __ 1 Cincinnati (ao pie) _ _
STOCKS: H"her IeacJera ii. S.. 53.andin Allegheny Corp 30 4% 4% 4VAllec OilOmnibus ___ 25 24 23" 24 New Karen __ 1 __ Detroit ---------- ==== = = -- 5 lb. sx. .. ...._..$1.752..50Peppers
n Baltimore th.Igher) 256 : ::
__ Lad SU 17 44'. 434 43.. Corp 4 1134 1 B. 11'" Montreal and Toronto Securi- I New York City 38 20 8 Total ___ _ few .2 2" bu. bskt. n._._.' No quote
BONDS Steady; tracing meetly in AlChemftDye 7 174 H. 174 1744. Otis Elevator __ 9 307. 29'" 301. ties Exchanges will close Friday, Phil.delphai 14 1 1 -g.APEF.UIT-n h 3 1M Radishes doz. hpr. 1501.75
rai''". 37 7 __ _
Allis-Ch Mfg 35 37 37 % Owens HI Glass 3 75 15 15 Pittsburgh
COTTON: Easyi profit taking. Am Airlines 72 10*. 10"*. 10S April 4, through Monday, while Providence .----- 4 1 (Seedless. ) Sweet Potatoes bu. hpr. $2.25-3.00
CHICAGO: AmCableARad23 6% 6 6V p Washington. D.C. 2 1 C.TY-M. Ymca Ind. Ri.. Ta,..
Elee 23 to' 39. 40 Winnipeg Grain will observe only Squash yellow bu. hpr. No quute
WHEAT; All. attracts .broke 10 centCORN A1II Can __ 4 9Mi 9% 9% Pac Gas ft I I Held for reeonsignment. Potomac Yard. I Std ftff* Wtrebd Boxes 80.- ,
_,t. Am Car ft Fdy 8 52 51V. 51V.Am Pac Packard Tin Motor Cons ___ 41 18 8 8'. 5'64... 8 8" Good Friday. S a.m. yesterdsy oranges; 4 grapefruit. New. York City ao.ed 4 2.88 10 2.81 22 384 4 2.74 Tomatoes crate ,"__..n $6.50-7.50
7 sale
All contract broke. I cant Philadelphia tno
limit.: ft For Pow S SH 5511.. Pan Am Airways 50 13". 13\02 13% LIVESTOCK ;( Boston (Irregular) _. -- -1 3.20 == -1 3.30 : :. Turnips, doz. bun..- 0851.15
Am ft F P 2 pf 4 21% 21H 21H CHICAGO -
OATS: Ranks sharply with ether Am! Locomotive __ 34 26% 26% 26% i Param Pictures -__ 94 274'. 26'. 27 Eggs and Poultry CHICAGO AP> USDA Salable bogs Pittsburgh (irregular) --- few 2.47 __ 3 2.67 Turnips bu. hpr_....._....$1.00-1.25
Park Utah Con M 5 3". 3% 3% 1
Cleveland ( sale)
_I' Am Pew Lt 34 14"14% 14*. I 9.000: total 18.000; very slow; weights under no Grapefruit. box .. $1.75
Parke Davis 5 39', 39 39'l Chicago .________ = = = = = =
"OGS: Want and $I'" .. $2." -rJ AmRadftBtET 73 1SH 15 15% JACKSONVILLE UP) Florida nearby 250 pounds 1001.50 lower; closing S 233
... S27.M.NEW Patino Mines 28 14 13 j37. St. Louis .. 8 207 Oranges. Valencies.:, box $3.25
-- -
lower weights 250 pounds -
Am Roll Mill 41 34% 34 34 Vi Penney JC) 11 4334 43 431 fresh eggs: fully 1.50 : over CincinnatI (Do-
Am Smelt ft R 19 58 S7H 57% Penn Cent Airl 8 1240 11.. 12 AU sales to retailers .. dull at 1.50-2.00 tower; sows scarce around Detroit ___ ___ = = = :-: = = Temples, box. $2.25
YORK [APJ Another substantial Am SU Fdrs 19 33 H 33 Vi 33%' Pena RR 48 22 21". 22 Net. Cor.Orade 1.00 lower; bulk good and choice 18O-25O B.ltlmore thicher.n ) __ 1 294 ._ .$2.12. I
Am Jt4f 1 pounds 28.5O-27.OO: top 2725 sparingly: h
41100 41100 A
Su..r 4134
recovery swing was en- Prpci-CoI& _____ H 27% 27'. a7% Wt. Mkt. I. Totals .__ !3 2.94 11 282 23 382 26 2.45r AOSTMECT
Am Tel .a Tel 22 IMS 166V. 166VAm Pfizer Chas ft Co i 54 53.3. 53", Per da. Per dK. good and choice 260-300 pounds 25.50-
joyed by yesterday's stock market I rob. B 11 74% 74V. 74VI Phelps Dodge 30 42 41'42 Large _ _ 24 oa 52 26.50: 300-350 pounds 25 00-25 75; most NEW YORK (UP, Dun .& Braastrwfidaily
in the most active session of the I I Am Viscose: 3 52% 52 52Vi Phila Sloe 12 24'% 244. 2434 Medium 21 47 good and choice sows 22.75-23.25: mostly I 1''r weitbter price index of 30 basie
Am Wat Wks 21 17% 17V. 17% PhUco Corp __ 8 28'- 26'. 2934 Small ; ___ 18 41 2300. I fed steers 27 50: next hlthest price 26 50: ter lamb. opening fairly active steady to commodities compiled for United Press
past two weeks. Am Woolen ___ 44 41'. 41 Vi 41H Philip Morris 12 ad 35 34'. 341a Extra large -------------- 26 56 Salable cattle 6.500. total 11.500able bulk average-medium. to top-sood fed steers shippers; numerous loads good and choice U93O-32 averas equals 100)
Leaders extended Wednesday's Anaconda Cop 51 40'. 39 H ,40% Phillips Pet _,_ 24 54 53'" 54 Sales direct to consumers ralres BOO. total 800: good and choice fed and heifers 25 00: load choice 950 lb. heifers fed wooled Western lambs around 90-100 Today _.._-____ --- Z6894Yesterday
advance at fast There Amour ft Co ____ 69 14H 14% 14V. Pressed SU Car- :. 28 141J'.. 14%* Net. Per ate,.'.. yearlings, and heifers very slow. same price: medium and rood heifers 26913
a opening. Aid Dry Goods :__ 7 17V 17V, 17V.Atch Procter: ft Gin _-- 9 61'. 61"IIl Gradt A Wt. Dos. I I weak to 50 cents lower than Wednesday's: 18 50-23 00. bulk common and medium cow. lb. aversges 23.3-23.50: early top 23 bO Week .!;o 264 8.
were subsequent slowdowns as T ft 8F 11 89 87% 88H Pub S-e JM __ 21 24". 23'. 2. Per ds. In Crt,. average: medium to low-aood grades steadyto 12.75-15.25: : canners and cutur. 10.50 for around four cars Colorado some well- Month ago ._. 253.55
prices tapered. The pace quickened AU Coast Line 3 55% 55 55'. Pullman _A_- 10 57"57'(. 5734 Large -- - 24 os 58 weak; cows steady except canners. 25 12.50; top weighty sausage bulls 17.00; finished woolskins held slightly above 23 50; Year ago ._ -_-_ 18803
Atl Refining, 27 35%" 34 V4 35 V, Pure Oil_ '11 25"24 25R.dlo Medium 21 52 i cents lower or more: bulls and vealers most vealers 25.00 down. eight cars late arrival Just being yarded; 1947 buS (March 18) 2623
in the fourth hour with Atlas Corp T 23H 23".'. 23V. Small ___ _ 18 45 I'' about steady: two loads choice 1300 Ib. Salable sheep 6.500. total 8.000; slaughTMEEE other classes scarce. 1947 low ".. 23) __- 232JO

trends stiffening. Gains of one to S a 57 93. 9 .t(. Extra large ____..____ 26 828alea 1-
Corp _
Bald Loco 17 23 22% 23 to Sales to I
four points or held wide 24 14.. 14\-e 143. -
so a ma- Radio K-Orph
Bait ft Ohio 77 14V. 14 14% Rand 17' 34"" 34 34 Retailers ConsumersLive PONY flJoor-youU. HIT I I MrNwHIt. IN A Ffr& ACRO55 TOWN
jority at the close although top Barnsdall Oil 37 24 23H 24 Reming Dressed Live Dressed I C ; .
____ 96 29 '28sa 29
Bell 13 111 15: Repub Steel Florida .. MIS* CALHOON i HAVE JL
marks were reduced in a numberof Aire H % 16% Dressed" &Or' & Dr'wn ,
ROver A Br 15 22'' 22. 22"
Bendlx Aviat ___ 14 35 34 H 35 Copper Fryers 2-3 Ibs 35 53 41 62 \ A)4 IPEA... YOU RECALL TIlE '3DLEE45EEO
.O 40SafewaJ' I IIAVETHE PA.O z:
% '
Tob B 4 403, .
Virtually all Reynolds \ -as
cases. groups partIcIpated ___. ,
Best Foods _, 2 23% 23%" 23% Broilers under ti j I fENOU5H
in the rise. Beth Steel ,_- 37 93 92% 92% S 2 Ib ______. 35 53 41 62 FEMTHECWS534O Iiw&i PUJMA PN SdCAU5BTI4EYOEE'EES.
Blaw-Knox ___ 11 17H 17 Vi 17". Store. 12 23V. 221. 23 Hens. heavy. I 1 ri.vMAl.TuEa i iz ...KECP EITIEZ) CA1tI'OtET ASf3XION'5
1,140,000 shares Boeing Airplane ._ 9 21% 21H 21% Savage Arms -_ 4 9". 97. 9% breeds 37 52 42 60 ,
compared with 940.000 the day before Borden Co __ 11 43 42H 42*. Schenley Distil 96 40"'-. 40'(. 40% Rens. light breeds 28 42 32 48 I PiTT O'4E DOOASfI'TUE S\ OLAS cTAiN VCAW4QZFILLEDI
and were the largest since Berg-Warner 12 46V. 45% 46V.Brenltl Sears Roebuck 65 36'. 343. 36% Old Roosters -20 30 24 :33 ? CAN'r LIP
Airw -_ 6 12 12 12 Serve Inc __ 22 13". 13', 13% New York dressed (feathers off and bled cOPPE&_ 'r'lEhtELVE5g11a1
March 11.AMociated. Briggs Mfg 17 36'i 35'. 36% Shell Union 011 18 28",. 27% 28% to retailers 43 cents to consumers 52
Budd Co __ 39 12'. 1234 12% Simmons Co _-. 7 38 37% 38 cents. OCt4E!
Press M-ttoek composite Burling Mills ___ 29 18% 18 18'". Sinclair Oil _.HZSoconyVacuum 41 15" 15% 15% Sales to wholesalers by producers generally I j
was tip .8 of a point at Burr Add Mach 9 1440 14 Vi 14 _120 14.... 144 14% 2 cents per lb lower for live weight U
CCaIU .I 8ouAG&P..... 1 4.. 440 4% "
65.9. widest upturn since Feb. 7.
Packing _-___ 3 29 28'. 29 s Ou C.I Edison 3 32'. 3n.: FLORIDA FRUITS
The market was tbe broadest Callahan Z-Lead 9 3 2'. 3 Southern Pac1f\c 24 42 .419. JACKSONVILLE API The Federal-State '
since March 11. 1,013 shares Can Dry O Ale 47 15% 15 V. 15% Sparks WltluDa 9 6'. 6'". 32"1 Market. News Service early New York market f fI :
Caned Pacific 41 12'. 12 H 12". SPM'rY Corp 48 213. 20'-. on Florida fruits and vecetablesrSnap i J Iwi
registering. Of these 763 .
ease Carrier Corp __ 19 17% 17% 17'. Spiegel-Inc 32 14 13' beans bushels Plentiful ordinaryto
and only 99 felL Case U. I.) Co 10 37V 36% 37V Stand Br.ads 8 348. 343. good 4 00-8 00. few 8 50. poorer low as
H. L. Green added four pointsat CaterpU Tractor 1O S. 58% 58% Stand Oil Cal 47 55.. 55 553Stand .-,. 2.50; Florida Belles ordinary SO-4.75..
Oil Inci 21 44'. 40". 40'.
Celaaese Corp 31'20 19'. 20 stnngless black Valentines few 8 00. wax
the last when directors pro- Cent Stand Oil N.J _, 70 .7'. (;6'. 6734
Foundry 10 I1H 11V. 11% few 9 00. poor to ordinary 2 5O-S.OO.
posed a 100 per cent' stock divi Cerro De Pa* _. .. 12 33% 33 33"% Stand Oil Ohio _..._ 1. 27. 26". 273." Beets 4 ':5 bu sarks topped 1.25. I ,
.__ 21 153, 1515'\
Certain Teed Prod 68 18 17V. 18 I Std SU bprg Cabbage 50 pound sacks domestic round .f _
dend. Pleasing quarterlies liftedU. Che. ft Ohio 14 48% 48% 48'. 18terlm. Drulr n_ 11 44 43'. 44StokelyVan 1.50. poorer 1.00. l''. bu hampers 22:>. .
S. Industrial Chemicals 2 at Ch M So ft Pac 19 11% 11... 11:% C.mp 15 2034. 20'. 201.S"'ne Carrots 50 pound sacks small.to medium I ,
10 15'. 153. 153.
Chi ft NW 13 24 23% 24 A Webster size 1.25-1.50.: .
52. National Distillers 1% at 21% Studebaker Corp 63 22.. 22 2244 I _
Chrysler Corp 79 9934 97 99 Celery 16 inch crates trimmed tops ir-
and Royal Typewriter Vi at 24 ft. \t' C.LT. Finan -=: 13 42 41 Vi 42 SunraY 01\ __ 48 1211'II". 9'93. 123.Swift .. TeuIarTSngng from poor to generally :isow rsi'! N SzTr A IWN ;Tngy C.CMFEEIEN44VE\ ... A AWl, N4TANE,
DuPont advanced 4% at 192. Coca Cola ._ 2 153V4 153 153V. Sunshine.A Co Mnj_ 20 35':; .. 343. 35'. good 3 dozen few 6.OO. few 7.50. 4 dna eov( iiAwi3CANTBEWOEm 5004 ITEM4 FffTEOnNtEE P1i&EE ID A AWl 4414ET I LIKE 71454 D 4CcVNEYEL.

Johns-Manville 31h at 125%, Dow Colgate Palm P 11 50'50 50 =oaU1 15: 3. ___ 15"I -, 550-7.50. 6-8 do. 3.50-8.00. 10 do.. 3.00- 3 / THE WOPBIT OP TIE WWTB5 700CTIIER TOeCTUEC LILE A TO LEAD rr AfiP ,
Col Fuel ft Ir ?. 112 16% 16% 16% ; T.inTi 7.50. xx's 300-850. Pascal type fair to
Chemical 3 at 165 and Allied Comm O El __ 88 11% 11% 11% good 2-4 dos. 3.00-4 25. 6-10 dos. few 4.00. I., t ViILLiJAI2VUAEDEFIL7EAC JXi4AW P2ZLE eSTVLK* ENCO&ITO k
Chemical 21h at 174&. Ahead Coml Credit _- 10 42'. 41 42*. T.zss Co. ----- 20 6044 590. 6034 Celery cabbage 16 qt. baskets 112 -1.25. SWM4TIME4I1l4TYFEI MUCH TO AMVEOPT. M COULD MAKE 4 ACT ON IT.,
I Com Solvents :__ IS 24% 24% 24V.Comwlth I Tens Gulf Sulph 4 50'50 50. Collards wirebound crates 1.75-2: 00. C CU4ZACTE AtAKE4 AI COFETEI
were U. S. Steel. Republic Steel. Erin _. 26 30% 30'.. 30V. Tea Pac C 0 34 30.. 29130. ,. Eggplant bu few poor to ordinary quality I UICCAT7VE PEUNE OFI _
Youngstown Sheet, General Cornell ft South 286 3.. 3.... 3% Ye. Pat L Trust u 38 18'. 1818'. 200-225. :I a
Cons Edisoa __ 27 2'1'. 27% 27... Tide Wit A Oil --_ 31 19 L. 18% 19' Endive bu 2.5O-30O. I KETUUN& TWN&5 HE HAS J
Motors. Chrysler.- Goodyear U. S. Cons Vultee 20 17% 17% 17% Trans-Am..rlc.. __ 7 13'. 13'. 133 Escarole bu few 2.25-2.50.: fair to good w ,. dEEN OG OV'EEH&AEP. ,.- I-
Rubber Firestone Tire. International Coat Bak i-- 3 17% 17% 17%. Tra. & WEet Air 13 20'. 19'. 194 1.50-2.00. t '
Harvester. Deere. Anaconda. Coat Can -__ 13 41'. 41% 41% Trl-Cont Corp __ 47 7'. .'. 74.Twent .1 Kumquat per qt few 18. in I
: Coot Motors 33 10% 10 10% C.Pox ---- 23 343. 331. 34, Lettuce eastern crates big Boston 2.5O :s r'i
Cerro de Pasco. General Electric. Coat Oil Del -- 29 39 39% 39 I UUnion 300. !

Montgomery Ward. Standard Oil Cora>> Products Ig 7034 70 70V. I B61 P 18 32' 32'" 32\. Limes 2/5 bu cartons Persians 3.25- _
I Crane Co -= 37% 37 37% Union Carbide 43 100 99 99'. 3.50.. .6 _
NJJ. Schenley International Crucible Steel 18 33.... 32% 33". I Union Oil Cal -= 9 21'. 211. 2134 I IUqion Peppers bu Bullnose 7.50-8 50. some 7.00.
Paper Gillette Razor. Santa Fe Curtis Publish 58 10'5'. 10% P1f 124 125Un4ted fair to good 4 00- 00. poorer. 2 00-4 00.
Southern Pacific. Northern Pa- Curtiss Wright 23 5.. 5% 5% Air I4flea---= 411 25'. 253.253, t tI Potatoes 50 pound sack Bliss. Triumphs Q '
Cutler Hammer ___ 4 26% 28% 28Deere % United Aucr.ft -- 4 1818 181a tJ S One and U 8 One size A 2 25-2: 5O. B : I _
cific. Pennsylvania Railroad and D I tinkled Corp ___ _"158 340 3". 3 loa sue few 17S-2.OO. Sebago-Katahdin type
Great Northern Railway. .ft Co __ 63 38% 37% 38% United Fruit __ 29 50.. 49'". 50"- U S One 3.25. _
Del ft Hudson 2 41'. 41 41% !United 05 lISP 23'. 23' 23'. Radixhes 16 qt baskets Reds 2V. dos
Bonds were higher generally.At Del Lack .ft West 11 8'". 8% 8% Unit Rex Drug = 8: 10 9': 9'. I 125150.
Chicago wheat and eon Detroit Edison: ___ 14 27% 27.... 27% I US G7paum 5 103 102.. 102" Strawberries per pint poor to fair 10-48.
tumbled the daily limit of 19 and Dist Corp Seag _. 24 15% 15% 15% I US Indus Chem-__ 18 52'51 52 I Squash H bu Cocozelles 3.50-S.OO. most!. I
Dome Mines ._ 8 1918'. 19% VS Rubber 39 5330. 524 5344 4 00-4.50. Zuchinni 4 25.: bu yellow 6 25-
8 cents .. bushel respectively, Douglas Aircraft 4 69" 69% 69% US Steel __-_137'5 737. 74W.Irtb 6.50. others irregular quality 3.0O-5.0O. -
oats were off 5 to 6 [the latter Dresser Indust 17 19'. 18% 19%
daPont de N I 192 190 192Eastern j w 411 I CURB STOCK LIST 1
also the limit] while barley II co ___ 13 12 11', Furnished through courtesy Merrill FOREAANCARAND TOO, SIR- THE DAM

dropped cents. Cotton yielded : Air L 34 22V. 21% 21% Warner Bros Pic' 45 16,4 1Sa 153.'Wtst Lynch. Pierre Fenner & Beane. WE'VE" SWEATED OUR WILL B .THE i
31'. 32
Eastman: Kodak S 243 242, 242, :' Ind Sug .u_ 7 32'. Aluminum Co. of Amer ._ '70 HEARTS OUT, CONSTRUCTING FIRST MAN TO '10'
89 cents to Z-35 cents bale. 19'. 20".
a El: Power .ft &.t ____ 25 17% 17% 17'". I west Un Tel A 24 2044. '327. Amer. Cyanamid Co. B _u__-__. 48'. THIS CROSS IT fT REALth' IS NATO4ERLYF ) WiayER I HAIDED FO'
,Among forward curb maven Emerson El: M 12 14'. 14V. 14*. I Wetiflg Air Br 17 32' 32 G EleeArk. .
were Aluminum of America. American Eng Pub Service 14 29'. 29.. 29'. Welting EiC!: __,Z__ 59 26'. 41 2540 42 26%. j!I .rN *'! O's A ======_ 4.i: SUPER DAM r.r 'I'Ou IIUST'VE ThINKS BREAKING; \ !?' HILl. yr

Erie RR ___ __ 12 10... 10\. 10.. I Wherling Stei 18 2 42 26'. 28 26". I II Amer. U*ht te; TractionAshland : _____. 21... IT'LL LASTFOREVER BEEN BORN SO-
Cyanamid. Babcock & Wil- White Motor .
1 Oil & RefgBarium 11'. Tf UNDER A
11% 123. 00
Creole Petroleum McCprd ParnaTelAgad... 7 7% 7% 7% I W1\ln-y r\aad 51 Steel ._ .. e3
eox. ( I ,5'
Wllaoa A Co __ 29 14.. 14'. 1440Woolworth wctcy STARrY I CAlf'VUNDERSTAND
Firestone T ft R 8 59% 58 59".
Creole Pet. Corp 29X.Cities _
American Gas and U. S. I PW) 8 49 48a 49 i hU--- z
Corp.. Flmtkote .*._ 30 32'. 32 32% Service 30*.
Radiator. Turnover here was 260.- Florida Pow ,__ 4 16V. 16 Va 16V. I WorthlDc V P .A M 3 63 .3 63Yeunest I I I Colts, Patent Arms m=======. 33*. = .' ITIF

000 shares versus. 220,000 Wed- Gaylord G Coat Pf _- .20 106 106 1O6Oen I Sh & T 28 69'. 88\-e 6934zntb Elee Fairchild Bond En.& Share* Airplane Co .Corp.---_ 14 3 H'. w< :? 2 lcANF'
nesday. Eire ___ 115 36 35% 36 z
Glen Alden Coal Co------------ 17"
Gen Foods ______ 20 44% 43 430.. 1 Radio --_ 4 21 20" 21 .
Zonlte Products 2 8i 8 '. Or. AtL & Pae. Tea Co. u_._.,.102 ,.
Oca Motors 99 61 --- .1.1J '1
% 60% 61% ;'
Humble Oil H Refg __ 5934Iteria
In normal years the United Owl Pub Utll ____ i Approximate final total yesterday u'
"-- 46 15 14% 14'. Mining Co _______ 13
States produces enough sugar to I Gillette Saf R __.14O 31% 31 31% 000. I Hubbell Inc uhnoo 30 i I -2-
supply the needs of 30 million peo, Goodrich (BF) _. 11 65.. 65 65% I I Kaiser Frailer----.-==========:=: 7'-.
Goodyear T ft R 14 56% 55% 56'.. COTTON CLOSING Lone Star Gas Co. ___ 181.
ple. Graham Paige Mot' 4% 4% 4 .. NEW YORK (A*>) Cott.n future declined Niagara Hudson Pw. Corp. ________ 9'.
Ot Northn Ry PI 15 43% 42% 43 80 cent te 52.35 a .bale. frem the Nlles-Beemrnt-Pond Co. ____u____ 13...
Greyhound Corp 29 31% 30". 31'. previeua cloM in active tr.dme _toIrda1l'. Fantepec Oil of Ven. _--_________-- 9-. p
Gram Alre En __ 2 24% 2434 24% Necurrent flurries ef ',.uid..t,_ were Strock: ft Co------________ 27"..
Gulf Mob ft Ohio 12 12 11'12 induced partly. by the reaction in grain. Sonotone Corp. _nU_____ 3*.
Gulf Oil __ 24 63 62% 63Hart Profit taking also was a factor. Sherwin Wms. ----_______142>._ -
Craigmyle H I' Mill bought cotton only en the scale Schulte. Ine. _______ SV. rCOME I
Sen ft'M 3 35% 35 35V down. Stand. Pw. ft; Light _____ 3 _
Hayes Mfg 5 7% 7% 76.Momeatake Switching vewatMtM frwn May 1947 ta St. Bests Paper Co __u___ 9i "CLANCE, THE MAGAZINE NOME THAT MR. CLARK'S S6PJ
& Co. Min __ 13 41% 41% 41.%. July wa. a feature with leading wot firms Tampa Electric _._______ 32.%.. cAuc vu'ig so
selling May' against July purchases te the Technicolor _____________ 15 KNOWN MR. RICH THE
Hudson. Motor 28 18% 17% 18Illinois extent ef 154)00 or more .bales. according Textron ._ _________-- III'. KNOW. JUST WHAT ruEA WAS IN A
Members New York Stock tar.n000t.natOO. United Oas Corp. ooUhu 16V. EDITORS OP THE$ NEW RACKETEERS?
markets were firm, with desirable
Spot cotton W. Va. Coal ft Coke 114
Interlake Iron 12 12% 12% 12% gradee at.,... GLANCE
Exchange lat Harvester .____ 21 86 85'. 86 RACKETEERS;
Int Nick Can 41 33% 32% 33 Open High Law
Int Paper 41 48% 483. 48% May _.:35.80 35.84 35.47 3S.55-6 off 16-21 NEW YORK Closing foreign exchange o '
July _:31.91 3XM D." 33.M-79 off 28-24 rates follow Great Britain in dollars < 1 --'
Int Tel ft Tel _112 15 144 14%
Orange Court. Hotel Oct. 30.69 3O.J *> .H VTDec. others in cents): : _
John. Manyme 3 1254 124 1251it : __29.95: 29.96: 29. 0 29.45 off 47 I Canadian dollar in New York open market '-.
Orlando Fla. .Ioae. A L 811 30 37'1-00 35 35... March 29.42 29.42 29.0O 29.00H off 43 6 11/16 per cent discount or 93.31l tIll
K May 28.92 28.92 28.52 28.Sln eff 45 U.S rents off '. of a cent. ::
Kan City South 6 24'. 24% 24% Middling seot 36J8a eff S3. Europe: Great Britain 84 02 13/16. unchanged wi
TeL 2-4581 Kennecott. Cop ____ 34 48'. 47% 48V.Kroger N-nominal, : France' IPrancl .84\.. unchanged ,- S
I : Sweden Co :. 6 46'. 46.8.%
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LLadeda NEW ORLEANS (Af) Cotton futures declined Switserland Franc) (com'l 23.40. un

Oas __ 12 5"5 siL.hISbC&N here yesterday under long Irauida. changed.LatinAmerica.
8 11 11 11 twn induced by weakness in the grain mar. : Argentina free 24 50. nnehanted II
STOCKS BONDSB. UbO-F Glass __ 4 55 54". 5434 i ket. CloMng' prices were ateady $1.11 : Brazil free S.5O unchanged: Mexico -

Libby. McN ft -I, 15 10% 10.... 10.... 51. 0 a bale' tawer. .I'I 20.62. unchanged. \fl
LockheedAirc......... 3 18 18 18 Open High LOW Cleee \
Loew's Inc ._ SO 23% :23% 23% May _.35.57 35.T 35 jy 35...-.. off 22 \ I
Lorillard (1' 7 19% July __33.90 33.91 33J8 33.57-59 off 28
W. Rising. Jr.. Mgr MMack I Oct. ___30.75 30.81 30.27 JO.4S.-4 ef f M 1 .,. .- I ....... __._u _. ._ .
Trucks 6 51% 50'. 51% i Dee __,29.87 29." 29.33 29.55 Off 32 '
James D. Colt n, Rep. Macy (RHI ____ 8 36% 3638.% ,I March __29.37 29O8 29J2 29.046 off 315bid. "r 1..01:::*. -I WANT \ HEY, SABLE, IA 'oI4'rNAr/ WZE'-you COULD
Marine Midland I 7% 7'7'. Corner Knhl and Grant Ave. 3i iszwI'M ? )tlJ 'ID 'iOU HIREP SAMPLE WAE PLANNIN 0p4 AFTCXtO TO BAll.CVT .
Martin GL> h____ 7 30% 30'. 30% GRAIN RANGE Week From AN AIz 4elOW TIIAT6 1M NOT GONNA TI4AT .V6' 5TVNTflYING AN ACTEVERY DIV WITH

CHICAGO()pea I APj Bllh Low Close Open Days GO43A E A 3MASfE YOU WALIf.g.a'JG ,' STUNTlM'TH' MB PAYING rr'

.,. 2.8'7 261 261 261 WrTIolrr CARE'llpdtP A PLANED CM 8RO-TMER'4
July 2.36' 2 3634 2 27% 2.27% A TEIiIT/. PURPLE rVOW-t: ? WOW r'VII'

Valuable Help Sept __ 227 2.27 218\. 2.18\ 1, PRRACct.FI.29 cROWP6 ,.-
Dee 2.2. 2.21 2.14% :2143 '

,! CORN- ROACHES 1"li I %
44 /i&79 you1l In compliance with Florida May ___ 1.881. 188 1.79" 1.79' r KILL
July 1.78. 1.1' 1.72' 1.72. C< ;
**w. each resident of the \, Sept 1.70". 1.71" 1.3". 1.63. Amaiin.QUICK WAY :
I 1TA1GIBLE statoisrequiredtoiean Dee 1.563. 1.58%. 1.51"I.5Ha

Intangible Tax Return on or May .'1". .523'. .86.. .8'
t t! TAX RETURN July ..83'.114 ..78".78" lw.Nasty roaches eat
before April u 1947. This Soot ._ .- .'76 .76 .'71 .71, LI d sivrrn SteeurDe. ..then die 1 I 1
Dee ___ .'12.72\. .6731. .673.
.7.41IIII'I UcadknbotnesandonN1u
report must list the market price as of January L
BARLJY: food premise* for 69
1947 of all stocks, bonds, mortgages and other intangibles May __ 1.68 1..9 1.51 1.51 BROACH I veers Stearna* is aura :

I LARD- RAT death to rata.roacbea,
owned of that date.
as i July __ 28 50 2860 28 50 28 50
SePt 28.00 28.05 27.1 27-75: PASTE mica ad wat<
la lUs eeaa -.. ear .&. can be ef valuable assistiace I Oct _n_ ____ .n_ 28.25. 351 & $1.00 at DRUGGISTSGVARAs'TEED
.. Te ef ft facilities withrat eblistioa. Nov 23.15 23.75 23.50 23.:00 .
'" er coapiete cost er I -- --"
BOV5: rfJft 'THA.roGETHEil.1 ytAi. Mil.R'd
ier ermiainj the required saarket value el tsecurities.
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la edcli o.. we will be glad te sire 1M _ell ether Small Loans OR 5IJaE.: 1'\.E'\ BOSS FAN? THE PE WH VtX/KE
kelp aa require b UM preparstiosi .. return.Jm : SIGNS.
rea nay vest GAVE U5 ..... NEW ABOUT got
-Real Estale 5fcl.IELORS'y AU. CET A IS PERcENT
at"II:" Meat Cases & Coolers )i rrsPdpLAcE I BECAUSE HE'S RAIse .*PRfl. FIRST f6tL /, \

(67L.npc27' Get, money quickly on yoor Reach-in Refrigerators :ltcj: A RAISE. \\grreJG MARJCEP?

TLOCa; tJoiie se-no red tape. Loans I IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ,:.l

made in Orange Seminole and

S Osceola Counties. : FREEZER CHESTS
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: 14. Beauty Parlors; 1 119. Serriccs Offered I 19. Services Offered I, 3L Good Things t Eat S3. Articles for Sale i 11 Articles for Sale 33. Article for Sale I J ( EtnftntL

Classified. ,OENX-S BEAUTY SHOP ProEasterspecials : BEAD KNU PEARL: STRINGDJaI MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Repaired: CANDIES Visit Orange Blossom: I AIRPLANE MODELS-.Complete stock I i D 8P piece e.1 FILING CABIE. STEEL. 2-draw- i ran PAGE 23
I Jn all permanent watts.Reeonditlonina I I jewelry and watch: repair; suaran- Kochendarfer Magruder Arcade. I I i Trail CandieA Oraaae Bloom models and accessories. BO' Id $ er and -r..r. Grey and trees F. J 114
i aealp treatmeat, 83. teed. Nocr.d,,'. 11 Magruder Arc. I Pnone 35400.j1AflirtNa Trail In Tavares. Home of Charles Railroad .u racing car Rome Store. Or. Ave. finishes. Smil b-Wilson Co, 401 W.
8688.MARUmLO Interior and exterior. I C. Walkers famous .clate. and supplies. N. ". 6668ANTIQUES Phone 3-0076. ph. 9759. 33. Article for Sale
204 8. Mala St.. phone BOOKKEEPIHO: -Income tax serviceI home ; i C.ntrl I
other candies. I
BEAUTY SHOP New I I I for small business concerns. Work Special prices 2f1 through .March. j h Nothing better.Mal assortments. Sterling At eellers. DIONnredeemed. real bar- FIREPLACE: EQUIPMENT-AH Items *
Senun Star location. 128: Maiaolia. SpeclalisuK eveniags. References. Box 538 8-Btar. Please can rich butter-creams I.a copper and brass desk set. .U .tebe. rings pins at 20* reduced Smyth MOTOR SCOOTER-1M2 Cushman

Want-Ad Rates In Cold Waves and faciala. FU>ae BUILDING repairing and paInting.PromPt PAINTING Interior and exterior;,I I rhol.ta.bcpUOa 81n. platln; doa la our shop. and bracelets.! s.Loan Office. lumber Co. N. Pr. and with side car. Good condition33
4346. service. Licensed and bond- j screens mde and repaired; plentyop Wnbe'. Tr.1 Peat. 110 W. Cad. 2 W. qhureh. S LaDe BI.
2-O123. materials: Urenud. bonded and FROZEN CUSTARD Frozen malt R.lr.ct. Harley-DavMfcea
'DailY 2Sc per fin CHARLOTTE-KAY BEAUTY Salon 1 ed. J. W. Montgomery. Ph. Ins..red. N. 2. Be",.... .5:1.: and our own make Ice cream to i j BRICK-15.000 wire cut red face DU-.bl. 1 drawers; mahog I, MOTORcyC 8585. Inquire
(Minimum char* Tie ph. 40 1.. InvItes you to ace them CLEANING AND. PRESSING carrybone. LaD" '" 149 N. OraD.e.ORPnt. | brick. 880 per thousand. Ph. 875. al 83 Powell Furniture FURNITURE SALE. Clean sad 831 Indiana Ave.. Fla.
will I good
save Winter 644-J.
Hilda Monck. and carry prices su-I I Park business hours Colom.lt. J
XmeVur *6 c war Sins for beauty culture. wThiddea.McCrory money. Bring us your clothes. ISo Valenelas and NaB Sunday. < aa new. Two 4 pie bedroom suites JTEiKat..et for "Il
Villas- LatrftDCe. Marcaret DELCO PUMPS-Shallow or deep kitchen oak frame
Minimum cbarw Meg I parlor Cleaners. 2t4 Boone St. PUMP delivered, la Orlando. .bl.t .
Bids. upstairs. I I 1 .II>4. Pine_Castle. BENCH VISE-.128 IbJ Inboard t WeU Electric or gasoline motors. living rom R. porcelain aDd I North Orange Are.I .

3 Consecutive :: I8e line a day RAre .BEAUTY PARLOR-A3 types CARPENTRY and painting.- Building Work guaranteed reoalrlnc Deep or shallow wen Myers .pumps ing boat; 6V h.P-'kke 25 .42-gaI. tanks,Co..meDt terms. chrome pi" like new; S I for Home-Newa Pa.
T Consecutive 15c line a day permanent ".ft. Pre-beai and Ph. 7569. Installed. Wells drilled. 2 to 12 tach. ORANGES-GRAPrmurr ripe,; laws mowers. 12 .au. D.t WnkoU'a Bd... 252. Kubl._ piers breakfast set: HOU7.0 bed I! MOVII tb travel coinSI.3nwstead .'
(Count I Average/ Words 1 line cold waves specialty.,. Dial 4223 ____ Easy payments as low as 85 per sveew deba 81-25 per bu6Oc pump. The Swap 120 DROP-LEAF leg. with Innersprta piece .dnntvr. Shop; 1039 V.Orans .
national Out.. ....., Rate 38 E. Pine. One place only.RAY'S CLAY ROADS BUILT-Also lime rock. month. Tracy's. Gotha. Fla.; County' and 81 b.. bushels. 82.25 BEVERAGE cooLERs- snahosany. 849 ABUsat. to ivory bedroom suite; oventuffed eofa. ;I -. nc.
Single Insertions 3Oc per liae pa1'ln.tth surface treatment.Work 1919-J-13. 1 plus expru. Fa orange and ity: 11 fast .Le I match Orlando: Co.. 141 good condition: walnut chest of drawcc. I I
BEAUTY Salon. 805 Guaranteed. Bumby. 8um Juice; gallon. C. R. ca Pruttl CORNER -Metal la'.hi
UTOPIA walnut dtalng table. of MAL
25c lin day minimum
Days a frostingLargo utility and 615 W. M.the I
3 7 Consecutive Consecutive Days 20c line a dsy4MPimPm E. Washlnctoa. ph. 9725; KaaterSceclal ,,, son. Ine Phone 5437. |( 1 St..D. Grower.301. W. Par A".-. for f_. Stainless steel and .b.1 I D Charh.. allah-IS sand. 32_a 4 Orlando 56 &. Church Phone 2-J Co.. expansion N. Oranse joint.Ave SirribLumber and

3 lines) : 815 cremt oil permanent*i CABINET AND MILLWORK to special : PLUMBING-West Central Plumbing aluminum thixmtboat. Walt J. WJ K.- 'Te1ephone2.0570.DOORComosnd 1'1 I Railroad
87.5O; machlnelesa! waves. IS-" and order. Central Florida LumberCo. Day lac.- 61 E. .
Want-Adi start la th* Orlaadr I Heating Co. 1* N Bryan. TEMPLE-and oranges. The C" I Grand'II
AH ap: cold waves 810 and up; all workguaranteed. Nebraska.CONTRACT I Valc S MANGEL 360
Mills and set .
7538. House of Westinghouse.BOATS Eletr.
uul primedla 2-2236: Night best to ship them I GARBAGE CANS-20-gallon
Morning SeaUcel ar* ,I Ab .'e 810 tapal', I Drive. .
ft. and 2 8x6 8 ft.
both the Sentinel and Th .0 BCILDUia: of new PIANO TONDiO. rebuilding factory for home use. $1 and l-iS Plywood. Collapsible. 10 : 8298: Great Southern. Stores. (10 Fatrvlew. WIDte Dla Lak
Orlando Star oa th* same dat*. ,SPRING pERWANUT8-Macblne.or t!! homes and aar homes and technician., 1610 S. Orange Blossom Grapefruit 7Sd King Fruit Co. 1401 and 12 ft. Perfect for fishing and j each. James Park Q- : :." N. Orsnse. II

The Want-Ad Department 1* Opeld. Jewel machlneless.Charm Salon.88 up:lOa; phone W. Ame'9964.!.. I buildings: 39 of E.any Amelia; phone See 24032.T. P.Pullsrd. Tr., 5783: Leo Brancheau. !I W. Washington fh. 7267. I'I|1 sports. Selling at cost. Mills contractor Phone Apopka .ari.; i iDIr. GUNS-Model, S3 Winchester; 22 long MATTRESSES quahty.lnnrspriag.639 SO Orl..c.aewsond .

from 8 30 a..... to 5 p.m. daily. PAINTING-Done b? brush or spray. THE FINEST Oraagea. grapefruit.tanserlaes. Nebraska. SUITS 5-pc.. SJ$ 50. i rifle: H R 12 suave: H H 22. Co.. 141 and 619 Cbunh.
Sunday from I ta 12 e-m. 15. Schools and Instruction CONCRETE: WORK: driveways; atePa.I licensed Let us give your homo that Springlift direct from grove aa ,I BOATS. 'row. ..1.0 and T-aot-I Furniture Co. 23OO Edgewater I t.ho. Colt 3 Police Special. 2208 1.ltl.
tanks" Wor
I I walks floors septic : today Stanley P. Curtis. Pit. low as SIC asheL Soft drinks 81.10 tom skiffs 2-Undt opposedalrcooleS Park. COM.rd.
Paper Saturday f la College
for Sunday Floor" HPWtPT. LUGOAOE Exclusively
Deadline Southern States D. stBermans.
bonded; Onsa Inboard motors ', .
2-3930. ; 1
Potatoes. ,
High Ibs. All :
ACCOUNTING. enclaeerlnc. cae. New 5 29c. t
GNE ENGINBlnt. 27 W. Church 51.I .
BOOBAdvertiser estimates.
Co8714 or 2-2206 for I' ranging from 880 to 8545. Beautiful DISHESr-Larte aet.blue .11; dinIng I
School International Correspond FAINTING. Decorating; brush and produce sad traits a' big .
an requested to notify core Schools; local representative. CONCRETE FLOORS Drlv.-...... t spray commercial and residentiaL Try our famous time baked.ra.I family boat ready for immediate de : room mahogany seats Florida Pipe ft Supply Co. S30 W
as immediately of any errors will IB U O. Rowe Box 2974: phone 1282. I steps flagstone. Reasonable. Thirtyyears Dynamic color schemes. Sand. blastIng Stop aDd save at the Frontier Stores.Oranee livery. Pine Castle Boat & Construction table. and 6-chairs: other small. articles. Church St.. phone Oils I 1 MEDICINE CABINETS.-Oood Nr
their ads a* the Sentinel-Star in business. Free estimates. Co. phope 2-2465- Etat. Gnrud. Shor. Lan- : I mem. Bumby Hardware Co. .
I and waterproofing. David C. la- Blonom Trail .s 20th. GASOLINE an
for aaly Olla laoirect HIGH 8CHOOL-Complete your hl.b1Dc easterj S Drive. Barrr'Sbor.
be responsible school education la your homo dur- C. W. Nidy.! Winter Park; 239-J. man Co.. 6773.PAINTING101l2. I I : BEDROOM SUITE-Walnut 3-piece. j jEprinss Lu \ Clinton. I"EOINU. A.t, Church.
j TREE RIPENED Valencia oranges E".utor.
I SERVICE that lasts forsverWalki. I mattress. W, MEAT DISPLAY fixture by
CONCRETK cod governor. s
your spare time. No classroom rooms; ceIling and 1 seedless aad seeded grapefruit BO anl G .tiWic BAND mate T.n. CASE.
driveways floors our ; tloa. 870. N. Hushey I Tyler Fixture W.
for ,
You Can Place Your work books furnished. Prepare I I walls. (12 including flat oIL Low frost damage. Express shipments : I animals: like new. C. cea
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professional or college entrance. specialty steps; freo estimates. rates exterior Heitand. 2-4287. t BOAT-For outboard or rowboat: well 5f= !' Cooling C.'i
Telephone an east of the Mississippi .
Want-Ad by Concrete. 1622 N. Mills; 2-0256. point ELECTRIC RANGE-In, cotdilion I
Reasonable terms. Write for free ham : built excellent condition: priced to SURPLUS -v Last iiArlBTASiS-Itnersprinas. 82* 50.
out to and Inspect
.Dial 4161 booklet.! American School. Box 486 DRY CLEANING-We employ only PAINT ESTIMATES.-Color .u..ee-I I the D. for shipment. Plentyof S seU. Highway 17-92. halfway Orlando.Saaford. ben St.: .white..lamajo.iSSE5. porcelain-. 4329 I>&aI I i I 'i Moore Furniture C, 230O Edge-

6-atar. _ skilled experienced help; and tions. Reliable painters recom oranges and grapefruit, for Across street SfddlesB&OADFELT9 I week Com 1 and pick up your water Dr. In CoUese Park.
boB !
REAL ESTATE LAW and prac lc-e. modern machinery. Try us. MacDullCleaners. mended.! Hatch. 6001. At Gliddens. use at reduced prices. Opea evenings Place. gasoline distillate. and : MOVIE PROJECTOR M. Sound

t I. Flowers and Wreaths_ Preparation for broker and saiesman. !- 204 Rldl.coraer Rosa- t I I until seven 'p-si. SUdan 12 BOOB ;: foot .Ut la' Diesel enslaes for agricultural and .requirement now while th.r are Victor model"40-B; nog.
Classes start each week. 139 lind. Ph. 2-1060. PIANO TUNING-Master technician till 600 p.m..B. P. 32OO : green rose-taupe and cn Industrial InaU.toa Forida Pip 2 special reels carries : hrs. 15
'FUNERAL: SPRATS-Individual *ttentloa. E. Pine St. Phone 115 8. DOORS Sash: cabinet; screens: tuning. '4. Repairing reasonable. I Lake Drive. BDnett Lake at 82 49 square yard at I .lup..1 .. 6 111. .t some left. Chain hoist frying I mln. show microphone turntable
'- Kittaaser 7l.riH. M X. store fixtures; book shelves: and all Becker. 441 N. Hushey St.; 24118. I I UDde..1 "uU o I'I'UDde..hU BICYCLE WHIZZBt MOTORS-The L"CCiUDIA BRIT AN NIC A-24 7'19' beaded *eree radiant In metal
"Central phone 4643. 16. Travel InformationHAVANA I types of repair and wood work. Orlando economical Whisser bike motor BOW .. be..tr1 pans marlin ord. grass cutters ease roll Iowa type!; obr asrie
Woodcraft. 1500 W. Washing RADIO REPAIRS--An work guaranteed SWEET. JUICY oranges and grapefruit available for only 69755 plus tax- I binding never phoD I I Walter Creamer. Jar .!
; 24 hour service; pick np and grapefruit 81. 81.25 'I &.. screw driven and Bails. Profile Supply City Road.
: 10. Baby Sitters-Child Care and Racial by boat or ton. deUn,.,.. Wilkes Radio. 1204 E. ColpnialDr.phone ; oraagea o.a. Pontlae. Michigan. 125 miles -' I _
plane. Call Orlando Travel Service. I FURNITURE REBUILT and upholstered and 81.50 per bu. Pa. 6340. 1 per gallon. Fits any men's balloon ELECTRIC I
:ANNOUNCING the opening of a 118 E. Central:_dial_95O4. We make it look like new at i tire bicycle. Fan installment pay era. el.tJir pETOR, T.stI Co. 211 Butt SU Phone 7124. 9 OUAR. wrla

t boarding borne for children by NEW YORK STATE-Middle. Mother a very low cost and have plenty of : to 18 hour 32. Articles" for Rent plaD. Whimer Motor S.I.. 83 B. I Wilson Leonard Bard.ar..ltr W. / ery. For demonstration see Wrckoff f

week or permanent. Spacious play- and daughter want ride. Help drive. nice materials. Furniture Craft Co.. service. Work guaranteed. Pickup Orange Ave. Phone 2-4681. Central. Phone i OASOUNK RANGE. Coleman. table Hdw.. 2534. Jul
grounds In nice location Just out of Writ. Rotheanier. RPP 4. 1015 W. Church; 2-0931. and delivery. Cooler's! Music Store. BULLDOZER FOR RENT-Lane else. BABY folding; used onlya ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR Magic I top. modern. 4 .m.r clan
Reference required. Mrs 20 W. Church. Phone 4652.: Palmetto rake and Anthony disk. white enamel. 83S. I JENDTD.W
limits. f. telephone
.city Studio !
Alleen Smith. 702 E. Michlgaa AT.. HEW YORK CITY-Leavlna FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED Exclusive- new RADIO 6i.RVICE-Expert: stork on Hour or contract. Phone 7135 2-4271. moat PI.as Chef gas stove: porch rug : i, 12 Dniel
couches 37.50 up. < nlture. Lawnmower and I I
1 orlaDd"l I
ter Easter. passenser OFFICE:
aU known makes 22097.FLOOR ddc
phone 2-064. fabric designs. Hardm's Upholstering nationally gusTanteed I Wteronsli's. EQUIPWEY-PI t.
References and chauffeur's .uonable. A..ateel BATHROOM TILE In rust proof Sill rug with three small i I GASUZ ENOIE ate ,
BABY' AND CHILD CAR to my accessary.. Bo" 5748-Star. Shop. 314 E. South; 9621.faction.'Experienced Store. 143 and N. Oran.e. dial 1300. SANDERS New American Prematlle. All colon: low coat. rugs. 2 bedroom chain: I : Htshway tables and Florida deal"
8 bom By day. week or boor. Zs- $ TJTHERNM1CH1OAN DrivUW 91.0CR SANDING. finisHing. cleaninc. "*.; new edger. Re.nabl. rates.C. Free estimate. Phone 2-4362. with lanerspriag : 605 equipment and Supply. 1016 W. Equipment t"ba. M. BQ'

cellent care prorided. Also baby aitUr. first of April. Will tska one, or ;I waxing. Or1sndo Floor Sir- RADIO REPAIR. on all make Pickup andmodels. R. Burke. 1603 Bumby. 7851. BICYCLE-Man's; jfkerTewAlso! Coaway Road..jnone 2-208. ;; Chinch St. 1, 5454.: c 3' Oa c
103 E. }Xsrvsrd:2-3296. 'two pawenicri.. Call Miss Potter4S67. facing Co. giree .uaranteed .tq- child s tricycle.. Phone after ELECTRIC IRONS Automatic ORGANS Pip red electric Club
64 E. Z-I9 ;
licensed and delivery. Fuller Bros. FLOOR edger and polisher.Johns :
I : workmen -
cARL FOB CHILDR1EN--1 to 4e.rs. I Church. SADJ 2208 EdgeWtterDrive 4pm. trot: UniversaL Proctor. j f pARE HEfo len.tbs I Home. Chorea. C W. Kim'
phono 2-7801 Mr*. and bonded; modern equipment. BED Bumby Hardware. Ip2 W. Church.. "t Studo Co.. Box
Bats can LEAVING-for New York City. April phone I IPRNOSoll. helical type. .rD. Or. 1607 West
L. CrUIen. 1809 Orante most
I. owner: RADIO SERVICE-Orlando s
Kennett. 10. Take one to help dn.... Ph. 7836. complete radio repair ahop to care 2-1. I new. Orl.nd. Furnitur ELECTRIC WAT HATR3 t' B 4> i 8e"le corner Boon and ', Palm_ eh.JTa.OUTBOARD .

CARE-(or children 2 to S ,ear.. 8314. I I ? for all radio troubles. Brltis. General FLOOR SANDER and edger; also cabInet Co. 14 and 615 .al0 "rled.Je heten. Jackson. MOTOR-Hvenrude 1044
1213 M. Mills.' FLOOR SANDr Finishing.. cleanins. sender and floor polisher.Wyckoff' Wolfe. E. Wash GARDEN BOSE. la 25 ft. and 50 ft.I 1 I
Jon. B. UJordaa. Electric. 358 N. uranse. Phone 894J. BOOKCASES-Utility 1 model. 22 h p. with extra cylinders
waling; modern equipment; all Hdw.. 2524 Kuhl. 2-2821. L Incton. f lengths. Great Southern 693 .
j Stores.
and Moving leum-porch and 506 Sheri
17. Hauling r cacburtator.for racing.
work guaranteed; licensed bonded; RUGS AND- UPHOLSTERY: dod' I cblae"flDG
I I N. Orange Ave. ,
41. Special Notices 10-yrs. experience; for prompt serv1Ice your own home; approved meth 1 FLOOR SANDER-Clark. Edger and Cochran Furniture ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS-Have 1 dan Blvd Ph. 2-7061.
.._l ALLIED: VAN LINES.: INC.-Nation's 1 : phone 2-I370.Bass_ Floor Surfae- : moth proofing. Dixie Rug CleansIng ,i two polithen. AU new equipmentat Church St.IIARBE. 4 used'reconditioned refriseraton GAS RANGE-Butane. new. A beaatlful. New 194T

'f.ADVICE-Psychic readings dafly; larsrst movers of household soods. Ing; Co.FLOOR. j phone 7642. reasonable rates. Smyth LumberCo I SETS Portable 1 Ice: with 90-day guaran tee. Claude a. I I economical ranee. '19.5. OUTiRD"OOR. Inquire Aaoe
*. circle Tues. I pm.. Tbun.. 2:30. Call Fidelity Btoraie & |, N. Orange and Railroad. tbemO Smith Lumber Wolfe Inc..19 E. ,'Wa.hinei ] Orlando Appliance Co. lac Service Station. MsKland. -
SANDINO-Wazins. polish- ROOFING Freo eattsnatea. 3 jug.
'5un.p S 10... 44*i W. Chnrcb. Rm. 12. Co. for free estimates on yearao SAND for rent by houror .. .. and Rail ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS- ': Oranae. dial 4537. 1 I
A complete service at reasonable |t < Guaranteed. Rolls llLT knotty pine or
inc. pay
phone '085.BOOKKIZpEBflOrOUIb17 distance movlni. :M-61 I ,
office IANJLSG-Whr
warehOU"1 road.
JUT. Cherry C. Inmaa and GALVANIZED '
also gas < WARE-Good assortment -
prices. Skilled workmanship. allnew flat roofs and asbestos .1 1DI Da,1 40-.ala 3D.ano (erpanelling.
.xp.rI- Std Phone 2-3184. equipment. Satisfaction guar tc Sons. 4688.REFRIGERATION. Ibiallc"l i Co, phone 6773. I BEVERAGE In water l.ater H.rd..r. ; palla. wash tuba. garbage ,, Mills crain'N.rark.pb.o

-f eaeed. interested la haadling small MrL.laekSOD. AERO MAYFLOWER morint. Call .Joiner! anteed. Will to any place within 50 : SERVICE, 33. Articles for Sale I I two aixes CLJectrlc&l. C W. C.nb. Cans.war,. sprinkling 102 W. Church.cant. Bumb, BadI I PLUMBING SUPPLIES-ejlnks
..accounts on part .Urn* basis. Lon distance service for freeestimate !! miles of Orlando. By hour or Job. |t hold and commercial. Specialize In M. Hook. 543 W. Central A. bIg and sine!* U-
: :
-. '*71. Van and Storage 1'Licensed and bonded. Call Wilson rebuilding repatriate casea. coolers; j ACCESSORIES .Coleman and Prewav BEVERAGE COOLER Brunswick HAIR CUPPERS-Professional. hand bath and
also local movina. storms! I..atl.
,.JIOARD--yQUR BIDINQ horses at the packlnc.*;crating and ahipplnc. 1400 ,, Leonard. _Hd'!!.-.2- ln. | Ferguson Refrigeration 5 N. Terry stove pans bottled gas itoves and 1 Blue-Flash Liquid and solid food EG PACES Roller skates. iris hair clipper 82.75. Bumby Toltt tb.. Wtr ,

AUlra Lodge StableCasselberry.. 8. DivIsion:_Ph._79 8.brEM'S I I FURNITURE REPAIRED Antiques phone 9752.REOOFwith: tanks a"Din. and rallea. Dome's.Ankney friserattoa. Easy access: greater 34 E. Jackson. Eard..r. 10 W. Church. I' phon. 498-M. "
Bnloy riding clearly markedVenls reflnished storsie capacity Phono EpME PREdZhRS-Nors. upriiht.
sl"1a. DELIVERY Service phone restored. Plata furniture Zone. Sane % esliee. Sales. South ; aster cooling. I PINLPhOORI4G-Sidlng.
: trails.' Phone Winter Par 7673 light movlnc and haullns.verrload :' to equal your pride of _WOD. Free Guaranteed six years.onstratlon Dew- BlossomTrall.U.S. 17-92. OaDI. I I medlat delivery easy terms. lII Philco and P.k-a-.. : Wiliardt 1, ing a waterproof Ce1ld-
I9174W.BARBER. ; insured.reasonableratrs. estimates. Ruts Waitress Co. 1122 W. I, by appointment. Agent. Appliance Co-. Inc. 210 Kelser. Cololalto..a. Phone 5136. :I board. Available NebreksI .
Complete a M..
SERVICE chair ready to 1 I' Chureh. hone 2-2213. Rene Ale.... Phone 2.0043.REFRIGERATiONPot iARTMEKCHD range. Orange dial 4537. i ELECTRIC PLANT-For rural elec- I sheeting and cabi-
serve you with fast efficient ..n. HERTZ ORIVE-OR-SELP-SYSTEM: PURNrlUR&RI.PAfR SHOP Refinlshh'g effl-l I sink and cabinets. A few far immediate BOAT-10' krak type/ 825. Oak desk I' tricity. the Onan electric plant. RLST-2. booms: 2 hsnd operated I,IILTOD..r Free aad
All Union shop. Wo clot at ft JO Rent a truck by ths hour.: day orweek. I I ; reupholsterlng. If the I dents guaranteed service prompt oa all delivery. Modern I- and bookcase combination. 25 E, Some ;S In stock. Conoon Ma- winches complete bitS cable, FrOnDS t. delivery. SUn C
& de'Sarber Shop. 6O K. Church Pickup or stake bod7. 904 N. Job. Apaa Steele. Ph. 4694. .. 138 W. lower and be I
other fellow didn't give a food commercial and domestic makea. call Inc, 428 N. Orange; chlnrr 8tb. =: can I
SUPPORTS -Individually Orsngg.PJione28O64. oKNoL11NBEftuS I I try us. Something new. Paula 2611K Wiliard ft Reiser. Norse Dealers. 709 I BEDROOM'- SUITES-4-piece., Bed. ELECTRIC SAW-Portable. One new r.a"I'. 8195. Holler Chevrolet
mI d: Mrs. Warrea. 1202 E. Local moving: Washington. Phone 2-1168. N. MUja: 513<<1. AMY OD. Ine blaakeu elouI I chest vanity and bench. Walnut'' 9 la. "Wappat.Wiliard & KiserVosu I !r Payments.

''anhlneton. Phone 2-35O8 or 2-3065 Storage cratlnc. packiue Also FLOOR'SANDING; finishing. special RUGS furniture uptiolstery cleaned. ble deck. beds.&rp.un t.DU 46 I, $79 50. 1'0.el Furniture Theatre Block I Colonlaltn; I PEa
; Sal.a.
I SWEDISH AND MEDICAL Massages.Slenderising aceat for Delcher'a Long DlstaacaMovlnr. ise Pentra-6eal treatment; 20 ,n. E. Churcb.AUMTC. Co. la Colonlaltowa.BEDROOM 5136.KIiCTR1C. IRONING BOARDS-.Folding with
:5O Mary St. Dial .e6I. demothed. lusterlzed by i I _ _ : Electric ant gasoline drtvea. Deep or
: cabinet bath: treatments ""i experience: modern equipment: work Pestering a wartime cleaning discovery. ; WATER I SUITE-11-pc.. :: ; PUMP-A-i shape,' Pin.Castle. rfftWI top. 64 75. Knox Stores shallow well pumps. Tr.c,' Ootha -
for arthritis and neuritis. Miss LONG DISTANCE MOVING All guarantees: licensed; prompt service; BATR I .. Pin. Phone .
Ph. 2-2990. ; 30 aad Moore Furniture Co.. next door te Faith T.be.nad. .- Z-311. Fla* County 1919-J-U.
OUbert. registered masseuse. 120."W.Tale. points. Parkins' cratinc. local movlns. C. R. Burke. 7851. and "Elerle ." Limited quantity.alioa but water Dr. la College 230. Id.1 .. IRONS-General Electric and Sllex- I
1-2918. Ladles only.\ Suddath Moving Storage 1
115 W. Columbia. Phone 81S4. FLOOR SANDING AND FUflSHING Cleaned. State approved: :10 years Immediate Convenient BICYCLES-2. Men's regular ELECTRIC RANGE. G E. For sate forbest Steam. f.. 86 26 to '140. O:
VIA VI PRODUCTS way to health. Prompt service.' Modem equipment: la business: Altermatt. 6730-7571. terms. Wiliard aUo'e Vogue I Reasonable. 1411 Nottingham I cash oiler. 1337 W. Princeton year 8nt. 30O .. I: PUMPS-On* rebuilt Meyen bun*
I" Met alf Bldt.. telephone! 1452. VETERAN: WITH TRUCK desire. portable power unit. Established 1935. T..te Block. ColoDalt.n; dial phone6401.BOAT. .: Avenue. Use or budat plsn.. I dozer Reasonable
abort baollnc: equipped to haul Skilled workman; licensed; bonded; 5EPTTA'iKSCLEA: W: everything i' pmp. Iadut
: Registered Surreyor.S INDIAN MOTORCYCLES 1947 .
W..P. KELLY.: furniture lumber. cement blacks. or Insured. Stevens Floor Surfacing Co. pumped, and hauled: P. J. lft.. Inboard. PracUoaTly new. ELECTRIC TOASTERS-82 25; E..lpet phone 1175
Churtnand Mala .. .ca4.. Phone what have ,oa. Also. heavy paekase Phone (1582.FURNITURE. Burke Permanent resident: bonded. 'ABITONl .ate.rof board; Can be seen at (Johnson's Fish The .aRd..lh aril); also irons. models. Available for immediatedelivery. 'I, PAINT Outside white and clor
140. service; S1.OO any place In city up insured. Route 19. Box 231; 2-0678. : ft. For I Camp or ph. 5047 after 6 p.m. Fair 8tor. W. church. 1 Open late .temoa'a aD From-8* a caDoa. Parking
REPAIRED reHaisbed :
to 100 Ibs. Phone 20271. I and made to- SLIP .COVERS-Made in 'my home.Reasonable showers bathrooms. awnings. BUD BOILERS-.-25 h p. higher pressure. ELECTRiC inca ID evening. Indlaa Slea 8nle" rear of South St. W* deliver. Arnold
Cabinets Park.
1L Lost and Found like new. dreds of Mills DRIL 8n. Fairbanks Ave 1'lnt.r I
407 8 2-37J6
WANTED. LOADS or part loads to or order. TindaQ Furniture Co.. 2323 !I. rates. Phong 2-4682. a Ii Ke..n. 10..1 firing. 81.271.5O. loud eoadlUon Ir. $ KNIVES Flint edge la.enr.1 I Paint Store. Orn.e ;
you J'OUXI-PobIter.' Orlando Humana from Cleveland. Ohio. Philadelphia Orange; Call 6546. I For 'further Information. Cal boiler and oil call .78. also 3-plec get la ease. PIANOS-Spinet, new. Immediate de
or ea route. Pulford Vaa It Storage CLEANING?-Brine youroblanketi. I requirements. IndustrialEouipment FLOOR t7. livery. Robinsons 831 N. Orans
Society. Please telephone HOUSE WASHED 8<:reena. wladows I SPRING APPLIANCES-Immediate delivery. ELCI. PLHER Co, 25 K- Pine.. Phone ,
Co133 N. Mala phone 5288.IS. Co. electric I -
5 ; also Inside work looks like quilts or other special ohna. flr .1.h Z- t61 I A.n. :
laundering' problem. to ColonialtownLaunderette. BOAT-22' cabin. 2 toilet. In ers lust Knox PIPE and fittings black I and salven'ixMl -
.-Poa ..rr.... Por In- i paint job. Cleaning and waxing Electric: water heaters eleaa- bunk. rl.ed. Co. LUMBER Everything la
DOd POCXD Laundry Work floors our specialty. 24307.HOOVER 30 minutes service personally I yaruul perfect shape. '15. Se Winter 25 E. Pn. 2-3183. buldl.'I Aim !.; FlorMa Pipe rSupply
termatioa contact Orlaado Humane Thor lumber and wood.
supervised. 1104 E. Colonial er. Ione. Garden Dock. Edsewater. EGG BEATERS with .. steel Cel.1 Ln'1 Co. 630 .. : 6118.
i .tal. ber.
Society telephone 6805. Serv Cheney Rlghway.Ph.
COLORED QIRO-Wants laundry at VACUUM Co. 012 W. Dr..2-1076._ matic rdlo.. irons fre.r"l Hotel Dlnlna Room.BATHTUBS "'.de. 81.50. Knox Stor. Co, 25 Z-742 PUMPS-.Centrifugal for grot
CLASSES LOST-la case vicinity of her, Jao.... 738 W. Uvlneston: IB ice. Bumby Hardware E. Pine. Phone LIVING ROOM SUITE. 3-pi.rst- uP
Trimmed 2 carloads .
TREESAND PALMS ; 414. S. SV.- -nd farm Pip
..Da....."'* lOostore, ......d. 833It. Church: Phone 6104. : i r 2-31& taa furniture slightly 815. I
rear. removed Bonded. John Newton. 1 1I ft. built-in tubl. Also 1 carload 1.atorls. ..- W. Churrh.
Ors Av*.' HUGHXY'S j0OFINOsnd Sheet Gas ranm. bottled or city; gas water ELECTRIC SLICING M.ACHINK-In Z0571.LATENe. upply Co. 63O UI.
!! BO" LAUNDRT-8maU lIuadll! ; 116 Irvin Street. Please phone 2-1147. beaters, bottled or city; Libby and Freeman W. condition. Sell reasonable. Poe "
HORSE LOST-Very dark brown.OsatI. 513. Apt. 4. Dunb.r Court. Metal- Works. Automatic beating; TREE SURGERY.-Winch service,.1'I furnaces bottled: oil raOi i Chuch St.for 1 .0 rail 24125. .. "I... Lo.an. Atlas drill I PIANO-Eigia. .Wllb. Good coito.t. -.
Installed. Phone 5026. ap- RoaDad
attic fans
Wane braided between 345.
oars.. Dubsdread ,.." Phone HOME LAUND-RY-Ia... or small ply at Brown and Michigan Ave.II00Si"SWlNDoW8 bonded and licensed. Free estimates cabinet sinks. 42" and 14 CELLO SIDINO.-The perfect board FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR a d pr. ACr. Two inch Inqulre P.Z.89.
YIc\nIt\ bundles. 913 W. Long SU upstairs. t; anytime. J. H. Apdrrson. Ph. exterior use. Proven satlsf at-. mixer. Syrayer. Farming tools. ID.Fa Oood
2-2709. WASBED--ID.: uctfJ Trailer Riynes. conI -
_J_ 2-2524: H. E. McOlnnis. Ph. 6469.UPHOLSTERINGSlip Compnla .ppU.acea2 cu. ft. tory. Esayth Lumber Co.. N. Orange Telephone ) a IIAlorrlehl.
KEY CASK LOST-Tan leather. with and out. Floors waxed and polish i'\\ rfre.rtor. coolers Ave and Railroad. fli.PIR&M. Tavare. F.. I dlto POD" Eustis. Florid
snap fastener. Contains approximately 1. Services Offered ed. Phone Bamberg. 7228; or call covers ref electric rannes. ; ... and used ply LIVING ROOM Rug. Odd I 14 _
obligatlo eltr lake e"D. CANOES. Old Town lust arrived.square. SFA
7 keys. Lost March 34- ..- nights 2-3098. Ishing. We call without elect water : : 1O to 25 per cent I chairs POST CARD PRINTERS-81050 set.
ALARM CLOCKS REPAIRED Any Call In.nrn-IIro..u. 418 W. Ceatra ended. double ended and your p Bass Furniture meU.aeu. Orlando Office Supply Co. n
Ph. T7O
rd. washing; :
And household articles. 628
kind of clock: or electrical equip 2-0006 or 22353.UPHOLSTERY Sponson; 11. 13. IS 16. 17 and I 625 W. b St. Phone 5820. .L
Walter I. dial' 5114Alp. and .
Raker. Ine. 61 X. Robin- ; *
PENDANT LOST gold "MatchabelllCrown ment. We fix ..emhl.... Barker Re- for expert workmanship see Wico. I ft.; Pine Castle Boat C tt I LOGAN LATHE New 9 Inch. AU F. 1I1al.
Orange Ave between Associated CentraL Ph. 7696. 32 S. Bryan. Batisiactioa guaranteed. 8EVCE- cox. "Eve hoU needs Westlngnmim I Co. Pine Csstle. Fla. FOOD FREEZER-Firestone upright .
Shop. 48 W.
pair '
try arriving *.. I e 1..AC-
qbl. feet. Great Southern
Store and< S-Star. Bentimental'value. machine.
Reward. Ana Col. Associated ADVICE: TO BUILDERS: And Supply General repaln ''to rho from. Expert workmanshipon II CASH REGIST. small National, 692 N. Orange. I lute toa rackl I
notations flee Mr. Isou a' Mills HOME Mattress Co. 1122 I Rings Enquire T.ler ImIG
Store. 1300.READING i_ A Nebranks.ADDINOMACIIINL. new con.trucUo Wlndo. screens' W. Church..P's 3-2213. Ruth Covlntton's. 35 G. coadtoa. FUr BASKETS-Bushel and % Tavares, Fla. I
GLASSES: LOST Light and caulking serIre. Llren.ed and I ANVIL-Stanley ratchet brace breast' : flat bt.shipping type!; out at 75c. i I u If* plumbing yew are la need of-if
SI.RVICE-Re-: Phone 9:>22.BOUSESVASBE VENETIAN BLINDS-Repaired. Replace drill I CAMP STOVES-Just received a large LAW RKE8o of
frames. Writ 333 Grov 8U bonded. Dowswell. post drill metal lathe withmotor new Amco 300 W. Co, 141 and We have a good gtork fluure
5''r.. Fla" pairs made oa any make adding with iU"iii'IS I old slats with new aluminumslats. vise china cabinet secretary. shipment. Bumby Hardware, 102 son. ph. 5663. R.uf Furtur. I pip and fittlnss. And- .. eYi
machine; genuine factory parts supplied. havebrea Same price as refinishlng. large Iron office aafe. show case W. Church. FOOD 615 W. C.nh. I prompt and efficient service.
what property owners
WALKER: HOUNDS LOST-3. white. Orlando Office Supply Co.. 29 really. looking for. Entirely different Quick service. Charles Venetian Ins room suite porch swing, ; I CONOOLEUM RUGS In all sizes. CBOPPJoplt.. Stores LAWN IUPPUES-Lesf rakes i I i I payment '. Ootha. FJa4 c:
black. tan Dam oa collar of two. E. Pine; dial 5114. Alex and Blake." Blinds 1802 EdgewaterDr.2045& "cooker : edgers. hedg shears garden I I '
trunk Special ,
rocker prices all
t. B. Kim... 1525 OM.... from hand washing yet no more ex platorm. i on furniture. Co.. 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. :; ty 1919-J-13
AWNIN08-8pee designs of individual pensive. you will think your I, VENETIAN BLINDS REPAIRED and size Frlgidaire. Iron "ulbln'a. 4 West Ceatral Ave. sprinklers and armies and
I I.OIT-ckllda glasses In tan leather beauty oa each home call house ..IDhdC: a new paint lob. does refinished: experienced factory employes. restaurant IUD ..me.. lawn mower. COUCH-Cushmaa. Perfect condition. FENC POSTS. Cypress; 7 Tt. long. Bloom fertilizer. Bumby" B.rd..e. I I

I ess aroundLake lola: Park. oa 894 Ventilated Awnings of Orlando not affect, flowers paint or shrubberyWe Orlando Venetian Blind 361g.I I 68.50. wall 3e show case for clothIng 875. CaU or apply 1M7 8.CHEVROLET SID.woi. but 815 per 10 4 to 102 W. Church. PAI.'fT-Allklnds.EPCiai AohoT
I East aide. Ernest Wllsoa. Ph. 4181. Room 115. 14 K. Church. restore the original color to asbestos 1 I Co.. 1739 3. Kuhl; 5019.I atoro ( sections I !. Revolvers I 38 Smith and Wesson). of length or size desired Ltte.Co 95 -
or tilt roofs. Steam HouseWashing Out pawn IIy. up "
ACETTLENK and electricxeidlng; REPAIRED tbl MiMs'
Beauty ParlorsLMMIRMAwn.s : Co.Ph.25.tA'8D8CP1leOF1llIn I I I W.I..M m mass' aid musical Instruments MOOR 1ft house Phone Winter Park 598.FLUORESCENT stock the Joseph Bumby i iHardware i I t.l. .brlta.
machine work on pump., saw mills all makes. We carry an .aab..chair new west of on 33rd St. lit. par... W. Church. PERCCLATORS-Orauln* Pyres per.
road construction machinery !dirt topsoil All work guaran ; I PIRE1 I
sod ; .
BEAUTY SALON parts. refals. CHAISE LONGUE-All metal with CROSSES pertect gift for Easter 84 95. 2 lite 1 culators. a-cup. 82 I. Knox Store;
aluminum and brass casting. McKUn- 2-0620 Serv- 9x12 garden
and peat. Call Phillips. or teed. I T Fai stre. LINOLEUM: ; 1 3-3163.
I Maka appointment Now for Easter: lie' Machine Works. 131 W. Kaley. 926. Ice. 707 N. Mills: ,I aad look around. MacKoy's SecondHand Sid gold with or without dia- 10 W.- Cburch.FC teols. RUG*. hand plows; {I Co. 2 E Pn. i
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.a**. facial and all quality beauty r7rPal and Pawn Shop. 406 W. Church. some with rhinestones. Ber Heart For refrigerator. Economy Furniture FAINT-Whit* outside for houses.
culture. Can 6462. 20 E. Pine. ALLIS CHALMERS SERVICE and LETTER WRH1NO and Public ateao-I WELL DRILLING- your 'I ATTIC- "!!!'. Loan Office. 27 W. P. .- pine. sad paint: tr Co.. 332 W. Church St. 14 9$. Firestone Orang and Coacord. -
aad units. for
tractors Business Service -
parts; power irephy. Parker ; well and Install'your pump NSeaturr-Bi .
AMERICAN BEAUTY SALON-New Parm aad Home Machinery Co.. 430 2-1287. home or*lrrigation. Easy I I American : CASH REGISTERS; Florida Cash homes. 116 ... 2-14. LINOLEUM HUGS-9x12 8959; v
location.44. *i W. Church. Room W. Robinson: phone 22713. down 36 p.ymenu. I stock. Installed.eTe WyckoffsHdw. Register. Ohner Agents; sales service Used abused set 82295: I-p PRUNING SUPPLIES-Clyde *ad*
,.,... .. ..... LANDSCAPINO--Mower and shrubbery nothing mODt PNEnu. "r.aU.t treehealing.paint. .
Phono 6931. I. Audrey Well Pump i .. 2524 KuhLAIRRIFLESDsisy. supplies .220 8. Main: 8850. be bought beds 825; Whilmlr Wise pruners. Cabot'
Dirt and general Belmany .rdr2950. *
and Marie; specializing an type! AWNINGS. porch curtain Venetian settings.! Make Supply. Winter Garden Rd. 1 mile 10OO Shot: re- CHAiRS Kitchen stools. from Mather of Orlando, the home I Furniture. 3 Chunb. I Bumby Hardwan. 103 W4
hauling. Grass planting. yourhome ai'
permanent; eold waves. opea Tues, blinds slider covering. Phone 9826. beautiful by falling 9208. east of Orb Vista. Orlando 7087. peating. Lever action. $395.Wyckoffs ". Chrome mould of friendly furniture: 56 E. Church. _ _ _

.Than. p.m. by appolatmellL'Sunday Florida" Awning Co.. 432 8. Hughey. LA WNAND-OARDiN: 'SERVICi=we WASHING MACEIERVCfflel.1 I Hdw. 2534. KuhL ings. Chrome cabinet hardware.Mills I FLOOR LAMPS.-.Six-way. '115. LUMBER-Wen dried. long leaf Canoh.iURE. CK&R&'lnrHl"

offer a new caretaker service with AQUELLA-The paint that makes a Nebraska._ _ Orlando Furniture Co 141 81 Real quality at right "" other .ih sliceBumby
Radio all surfaces waterproof.Why CHAISE LONGUE AH metal with W. Churca. Also field crate 4-18..rt
liver. Barton's -
masonry cypress
fit motorized Garden .
BOOKKEEPING: SERVICE to your modern equipment. Ilprl)9:: .awrl.1 W. Churth.I :
Deadline Individual needs. At your office or plots prepared or cultivated I to Colony Theater). I 1 not have the bert Smyth Lumber rubber .tt .bftl innertprlng I M. Stewart III 7152. H.rd..r.

ours. Moderate fees 21287. Parker around broken for new 10..... Call I WELL DRILl-DIG-We IPlalz la i Co.. M. Oransa Ave. and Rail tnattreaaes. blue. 839 50 -4 rooms complete. In I PIANO -/reconditioned upright.
.. road. and up. Powell Furniture Co. la Colonialtown. PN Ideal for practice. Other Plaaos.
Informatlon and
Business Service. AIbrrtBud> Marek 4461. for sm.1 diameter deep Non frigidalr utilitygas Bath t..b closets
I Can install well and pumpof ALUMINUM WARE Perculstors. : stove. or 2210 Illinois. LAVATORIE Terms. RbJa'. S31' N. Oranaoi,

f All Want-Ads to appear in MATTRESSES REMADE: -Guaranteed" P.H.A. pl.n Call or write P. F.French. double boilers sauce pans tea CI.OSETS-Plumblnt fixtures: complete A p.r delivery .1k t la Florida Ave. _._
LESS SHOPPING TIME satisfactory repairs refilling and .Longwood. Fla. Phone 6. kettlra. Wilson Leonard Hardware with fittings: Immediate delivery FARM TOOLS-Largest assortmentIn cash or terms; 38 months to pay PIANO t-prlght excellent condlttoa.
Simd 42 W. Central. Phone cash or terms: Libby aDd Llbby and Freeman. 711 W. Church. 9225. Can be seen at 821 Hlllcrett;
: y's must be needed when you shop the I recovering by our experienced work WASHING MACHINE REAI 2-28. Central Florida." Bumby Hard- _
paper men. Free estimates with no obligations. Service: on all .orkn.r.ated ALARM CK.electric-84 95 plus Freeman. 711 W. Church St. war,. 102 W. Church_St. LAWN SWEEPERS-Large aise 644: Ave. *_

Sentinel-Star Want Ad way. Ruu Mattress Co.. 1122 'W. Al Wiggins. 2014 X. tax. standard models. DIAMOND RIG-Ld'a. 8210 buys FRIGIDAIRE foot-8125. one See at B. F. Goodrich. Garland POWER SAW-EcUn e Tornado. 34"*

in by Church St. Phone 2-2213. Phone 6247. 811 plus tax. Firestone. Orange this baut1 B hoi combination deep-frees .6 and Robinson. cutting bar. Excellent condition.
No matter what you want it cararl.
OFFICE MACHINES: : REPAIREDOur ALL MAKES HEATING cooking. Con.rd.ATIT 426 _ _ lee reran box. General Eletric"alpped. MEASURING Reasonable. Cahoara* 1.aks toad,
pays to check the Want Ads. service guaranteed. Check washers refrigerators and other SUPILU.Tntl sets and DRINKING} FOUNTAIN-Kelvinator. $ Fla." Business Equipment lon, and CAN8aar.l Mlnneola. j._m ,
Saturday noon. I with George Stuart. 13 8. SlaIn St. appliance service. Work guaranteed. clon aet automatic them.tat. Bumby Co. 39O N. Orans Av*. Phone with flexible spouts. Knox Stores j
See.the Want Ads now. phone 8158. R.. N. Medlln. Phone 7364 or 2-3021. ..lla canvas at o.cB I Hardware. 102 W. Church. 6454.DO Co. ; E. Pine. Phone 2-3163. I I I Continued On Nest Pard"r

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I : lr1auh &tttxd I S Articles fo Sale 41. Poultry and Supplies 17. Rooms fo Bent r .-AUNT HETROIEKT POOR PA 51. Hoiaes for Sale |I I 51. Booses for Sale 51. Houses or Sale

PAOE24PRL.MAR.23. 1947 I I riRX LETTER B Army surplus 168W HAMPSHIRE CHICKS; 2I % TALK AVK 1432 W.-Slngl* room i ri / QUILLENI I, CLAUDE CAUAN rVANHOX-Lake view front and (3500 WILL HANDLK this ale 3-
bath. tnner- '
Poultry adjoining
goods. 2Se oU. : P Bt wt. back Frame bungalow 3 sleepIng MANOR .Brand new "wne. bedroom home Adair vecttoa.
Cheek with George Stuart. 13 Farm. in of one i electric ORW b
I rooms
eah Ira 1r" kl'en living room dining Call Hugh U Henry
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St. phone 8158. bus. Prefer business blinds. a Brae
Cent f Ireeedlnc Pace T tt. 2 Ib*. and vp G. I *u Pnt the J kithn bth.aa.. ere Bar Broker, 1 I. 2-10
wm.n 14. dn B. do. porch
WATER well and irrigation ..Ue 2 PaIrviliaPoultry 1 1Ilr ibis location be.t. .4.At
Farm. Ph. 8927.rURKXYS LARGX HOOM-Innersprinc; double .rnd wit $825 initial cash lo
Sale pipe pumps engines. only S25OO T. pT' Y small
33 .1 fo Co.630 W. Church; P : private entrance; bus at door. Rm.d.. Central K Baa .. ern about S16OO fo_nUT POSSESSION
.laP TURKXTS-Now takIng order foi Grand. Ph.-2-2037. Rltor. A.d bl.n
lk rnt
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,DATABLE DREDGE a steel.. WATER PUMF-Etoetrie: good con eggs and 1t C. D. Wi J/, LARK FRONT Modern. 2-bedroom MJn Rat. bungalow, trend new 100 toot lotS
wjlh power driven head.I dition. Scars Roebuck make. 50. Turkey 6913. ATTRACTIVE DOUBLE ROOM with bungalow Slate roof, tile floors W. Washington.
da 2
.I Can7 be seen working at N.W. aid Pirate telephone 8060.WASRZR.AiAOin.tlc. .-Sprtna nock C pr.t. bath. Boa. Pleas telephone 110 It road frontage running back 1a 81 dandy man plce-One bedroom;

Clear Lke BU ppl. A to K D. Wilder wht. t Close to stores bus and
i.- I aP 4 ; L1 Farms; u c Tk DI LOCATION on lak.P eh. 195. C. P. Sham..J. Real PINE CASTLE 2-tenement house: one service. Look U over. Only
.I. The washers U'| .a tr ; upper baa 4 r and bt tower
R..ble B. 14
clothes make SPECIAL PRICKS and Why We 2-38. 3 and Wlndbam with
oar I Telephone Mr.
iiBONT-Gci n b.t ..l
PUMPS Oeep 2-57. boTuing 1.1.0
en &a I Orlando Sales have an order from VenezaelianGovernment & .1. ot bathroom B
welL Zs d.d.U.e. Bn 3 homes. $ .
and .JtU pnD. p DI In Bei- !, I. 6 On. Ave.dial for each LOOO P from Pedigreed our 471. Rental Arcades (9509. AH furnished: Immediate pos and equipment church and; stores blocks: on front bus e O. P. awO 8 last P Phone

M We D. .P 8aP. WINDOWS AH e _Dl I pat ell Rock hen*. This session. W. L. a Broker 2217 Orlando; 17 bearing t
od LANDLORDS aOl supply you desirable Edgewater Dr. 4595. .1
m. e alee In stock : with a tot of high clam loaded with fn." _
Orb Vista, Orlando; p 07. m t order. Also window and I I..e you have at (10-100. tenants free of charge sodobligation. LAKE VTEW-A-l. Completely "- and have 0.from c
ekri e
POWER TOOLS. Logan metal lathes dor fme; pr" He O a Jo P.k'. Sons. West Palm Beach Veteran Just pho. us your Agency.vacancy. dishes to .ue and car-flrDe. ..rmeat Price h.1. P rt.

and ap DWat aaw. Thor or.n. 12 1t st designs rWAAt P. 28 B. Court St. J-Bt.t. street. I Restful. Move, in.clean :oP WeU-L i! PAK LAKX SECTION. -BeauUfuny BOA COUNTER

& I t pbl b and Jt.r"e I Apartments Bent WX WILL HELP you find a rat but. Boy on terms .t. room home and fan
d a dr"f. &der Pl ore.1 I Cs fe for a (3 service Realtor. Metcslf t C7b.ub ed I. apartment City Limits Owner .W. Offer
P. 35. "o\ DraIO p.pr .. I Paint Estate er. Helen would bust I "Ma is mad because I'm so guest hme. daplz or large family
distance.- Small 2 a Cact.
Walking w
RCA and G. X. .n Wap Co. 36 X. Jackson CLOSE IN- devout LAKK 1VANHOE-Pocket'slze. furnished "" ? sleeping rooms. 3. room new house eels at the I IL
2-331. apartment. For 2 person Phone loose Just once and do a she in church. She says home with extra building site Priced *i 2'3 replacement cost. price of fo
moel.w Beach Rentals
portable and JAY BXX : stationaryand that every Sunday I gaze at Paved street. Beat the ba- $74X10 cash will handle. This S 1.75. ale \\jf
at. wmn :
b.tt blok
I She r
23227.CB Furnished apartment. plea even a zaare: $55OO. BtTr CUybaagn, Don eta't te
Keiser. Vogue cat
lonlaltown: dial 536."e.t B e .prl..n mel. an. u, I desirable. 2 bedrooms. WX HAVE a and few r.available American for new hat without b' I. some young woman In the Realtor. Metcalf : 6tiBUBANA DdlJ.substantial. story 2-74.and 4 room cottage for sal t.l at tow ',

O. X. Write 8. 8 starting In M.J. Adults Febrar Ka congregation an' worship the LAKE the few Lake house price
famous .mc. Pn
The Saad
JtADIOS P. mnth on Bathing FN- frme with nice new 12.0.
a 656. .. 2-3552. *. th oa what folks 2
pl wU r.1 battery Bz P. onlJ. Ph. and fishing. at.,Ocean about vgll say. pretty sinner. Pt.o. the City equipment and ever .acre of land. house price now at
standard LANCASTER: bungalow tile bath Has bIg W. (3.200.
ALL PURPOSE GARDEN TOOLS-A P.m.pt. Lode Cocoa Beach. Florida. I Ut Mor r b.t and klt- .
broadcast .11"length. 9950. O at o tl Including: nicely furnished; on bu line. : .n ao.er. Oak floors copper h. fr VL Call I frame house at the tow price

lando Appliance Co. Inc. 210 .o anl bul hok.posthole adults only; ph. 80O8. 49. Business Rentals 5L Hou'for Sale 51. Houses for Sale .ttahe garage. 14.'S. O.Ha..o. Rat 101 L ( of (3.500.
room duplex house for
\ Exclusive good value
4537. Pae.
Orange. Phone .
wth R
c plt fork. MAIN ST.-440 8.: 3 room*, bath. Roeda at $4.500.

RESTAURANT Et-mb owg.. bad pi...atr h.sprlnklers. saws- no pet*. Call after .: GARAGE suitable for paint chop o, c HOBAY- va I CLOSE IN-Concrete block 2bedroomand tor 140 One: d.1 2-:8. 8UBUBA-An kel home. 2- tory: 2 br block house. Very nice
nation lrl. pMD. body shop. Used for e.n' btk bath buncmlow. $350O. LAKE VIEW-Southeast. New 3-bed- b U.i room and
(75: rn. with-burr .d. Lively L.e..r leaf rakes ferilizer PACIOU8: In Located on rp.i. Kl.a. house. Screened porch pr Mr. FeUabaum with A Ol Dorm,. room concrete block bungalow with cn rm vVrtooking For buy. U. Taylor
t garden faml .p furnished. rang an large rooms floors tile SpactousTVeU eh.r .0 C
and even. (192; C dbatr H.6t ment. Ave. Phone 720. mOl 44H W. Church: 442. hanwO he.t N. 9644or
refrigerator; com Inch hoc* .a ad fr.. 2 acre suitable fo t.1 bath. 1-car withstationary .1 landscaped For 22153.SIiAuROMZS..O5. O.Ie
d.tl rea- H. H. Pcrrish front and rear eatr.Da Garage. QITICZ SUnS-Or offk or tourist CORNELL laundry tubs. A lovely tP.t
and refrigerator : a prewar
box. t pak e.bl. AV 11Rle SSSSTJSfflmaSUBURBAN -
for food d Modern AppU._ Orange. Phone 2-1841. .U\ .Walking dlDc.(75O t dowt1 Bust Ill U1 Nor A"Da. for Calk a. consider bedroom S "llhbrho and an outstanding Ll. RJa

Inc. &.. : 2-2514. dor. ImoaU 8uer OPTIC* for ; tote payment Inquire alued Garag Oak floors; We "aue. Pc.12 500. --terms. Jamer- -. iw5..room
423 Or..e ".ln. Adults no pt. 2- graphic .c Ferrer next door I- Cen frame four-room
; or MIL Make of sal
hnt : C.rr. Ralton house.
WllcoxGay pr Mal Lot
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REFRIGERATOR-Korea UBURBAN New duplex. Strictly fer. tral. B.t. 15.J Paved bath home.
Recordto. 10-caJton water CLOSING OUT AT COST modern completely- furnished. Utilities Dictions 423 Onl. owner 1633 Aw.CLNTWJPm After ..kd.J1 9516. Phon A' OUr) Carter road. 5. Ter W b $425000.One .2 lots near Lake Conway -

Beater: new and used radios and apmUances Complete line of paint and paid. Summer rate Ka-Lu OFFICE SPACK OR 432 8TR. 2 DOLLXN8 ST.-130. Cmplll.n PARK Lancaster Dr. Strickland S. with five-room and bath home, plenty
Hotel -
Plt and eletr equlp- pt I Call 23. Bd. Cnta A"e ho. ll b.utfal LNCAT. 1 ..I 210.SttBA of fruit and
sell Mae br. a.l br.cket Aprment. Ln.o Apply 0(11cc.STOltKSPACC16s40. completely a p bedroom lnu One of Orlando's Jot (2OO cash eke. 10.
m.a& fa LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING apt. efficiency fe. a bUI.I. beautiful bungalows. Owner
227 X. South br.. II Used for anything electric lot. h..on. 15 _
on landscaped
corner buy this
blocks prices. kitchen private shower pri- kt.a.n t.t ern Shown by moth .m n. lome. : and bath home. 2%

ROASTERS Equipped wU- Gnera compartments. Electric.- Glass sold this Shop,weak.102 .Rlbl. Paint I I, "... eatr Summer couple rt. Sat 2-248.;.Apply In 1907 business 8. KuhL9ROOM district. Ph'len corner"oh 175. Rltr.wr annble. 0e A&prc.Ow.r.D1R Very. reasonable, .It wrl dial Norh. Pd.. Realtor. 668 N. Rbt P.Electricity._O. Box b.tb 153. near. ba. Wrt. cow..ere S.0.good land and pl.c for

P bae loaaa $ 2-59.
$ Goodyear &m. : I.dl.. pl.e north of Pd. HOUSE-On Orange Av*.; 612. "Sp.lll t Homes. LAKE XVANHOE SUBURBAn, 115 balance ',We horn and two-
300 H. Orange A".. ". .our badet I Hou suit able'for purpose 5 COLLEGE PARK 2 or New- concrete block SEON-2-b reasonable monthl ea .W rOI
Rtar.nt Utl P cm.ra room and bath p.Jet
plan.* __ 5 011. lease. Pon. homes. Furnished or 3 : New REPARX FOR nor Ta anur bro. larlhe from lake and grade school bu C fued e.a. Et.1 .
1947 Ford or YOt VAATNI do. ; or 123-K. ".. Price I
RADIO-For 1946. or Marine Rot 1-1 .rlt Bz 211 Butt Street. Ime.t possessioa. .t. a line. for quick CS-OOO fh'c Pc 14. .
never out of WAOUs-t at West Wash- W. t $585O. balance P .I : Hna.l NEW G L HOMES
M.r bo Wrt board. 2M bp. and up. Correct Craft P. w.rho. 21 1 Utr Ter eub Geo. P. { floors hr.O br. Immediate -
Rat :
Udr. L Fiord. Bt. 2 Bz 3 Inboard family runabout. 155. and WILL SHARK HOMB Accept child: baton Street. 2-38. Broker. 2217 Edgewster 4515. 11. Nunes Herman : r C Fruit prl. lamlhe Ln. S i, occupancy. Bode Heihu
Broker 677 N. Orange; tr. (6OOO. .
Leesburg. upl real values In (40 per mo. (20 G1 1. Pc 160. $ .
1desk Por
P.aIOr.lu. .wp P. D.e WANTED-By 5.
S. a estt broke. COLLEGE PSBK-Prame ef North
and Console they last. miles out rea ba..I. 955.D Cr.J R.iJ 31 a$8400. Sammle
Pa. I Con..l Rd. space LARK Income Dbr.d
Jn. Iel.t .h.r offce. tl and Oak ; -
room lON
.. por- elivery. bat fr.f large Fruit and prl. 4 Cutral
APARTMENTS Furnished. phone. References. Box LX-D JL for a
P C.U Bt .C i.
t" Ne.l : attic Wel SUBURBAN 5de.7407.
Bumby Hardware. ; W. ruction pl.c. f.a I.rle. Electric
C. decorate: Adults ab 175.E.st2brm ln a nice income. 13 Phe.
n pU. Owner in-North must blok. -
It t. t
Church. ntrance. Reasonable AVAL A'ONC 1. l fnt kthn ;
center of town. Furnished. .WII
W have the key can .
1d.r bedrooms.
for spee. OD lalklJ. home N
REMINGTON. STAA. TTPKwritcr. 3e Ace Wanted APT-a miles from Unfurnished. pr..t railroad .111. R.ufor show A real bargain at fumlhe.Laad del H. C. Babcock Jr.. with Rob .m.ch. and fruit $ l, I
Orlado .DI.
rbat la.rnw Special 2 only. (9.250. (5.OOO cash. Inclusivelistkig. tab cower b la. Tyre. Realtor 13 W. Washington Ana Goodwin with t. OPEN THE DOOR. RICHARD

price. ( Ck George Al pip fittings: vices Box 562 81.1.' "Adat Imect.he.oup.neJ.An. 670. ( sides Ask for X. Stewart with Harold 4 fnt Ue 8 .D 6500. 6174. Ine. Broker; 677 N. Orange. Av4"1 I
13 S. .. phone 8158. most anything See thIs new 2-bedroom cement blockhouse
W.I Shepherd Realty Co. 20 K. Washington 9855. .
1.n rao. Church. Ph. 9366. rn-Furnished 5 rooms and bath, Jt 15.15 Pr".t Rid Stop and look at 107 W. PD"tD i Cornell St. Dubsdread
RURAL MAIL 7 Idlnc. Ipro" I htre.t Phone or 8u.d.l Must sell this I- SOUTH o
BXAaam at 318 S 52. frame
furniture of all Ad.lu lal Phone 2-1477- 8443.CLOSK. ell 10m. LARK LANCASTER SIE-r bungatow I att Large screened front
E. rm.
K. Stm Slayton. of
U atnd.rd. S. e A. k....II .f.r I MI. Re.ltr. Pine. masonry constructed home 3 bed .p.rmeu Large high p h No city .. Only $6790.
Pn. 2"163 Ich. .DJh. t : House ,
Furniture AAT- and 2.dalu IN-Wonderful location on 1 This is a Te A. C. Golden. Broker. 1121
RUBBER STAMPS Better Stamps. bt 50. Wanted to RentAPT. rooms: 2-car garage; terraced corner .
'2 W. Pine St. Dial 4070. large corner lot Beautifully larDed DUBSDREAD SECTION Only $1.000 lot. Ready for accupancy. Good Sec I ba..n.aUon An investment I Orlando Ave, Near Mania nd _a
Quick Br. for every purpose.Supplies. Inl. .. 12 t S. 531 Daniel two story home which cash required on new well constructed opportunity. Fo and term derp. Winter Park Fri.
Stamp S. or house for Bummer tion. $15.000 00.catenas. 0. e.e
mont. > Realtor I
aabbr you gracious plus 2-bedroom home larce well- CDte JiM-Rob"K n* : 1317 nlng.
Works. 6 W. Church Orange. BAGS-Clean. Copl. with infant. prDld. U.II particulars. seev Martie .; phoe 8206.
ROOF cOAT1NO-BIrdZ. I.Same C S.Ual 4 UNFURNISHED ROOMS-9591. 2-3251 once. c exeUnt iDome... Spoa. 11n. room I.nds.p 1 Near trnprton. Realtor. 21 W. Washington St.. SI.h I STUDIO HOUSE-To the artist or .

quality; same old prc. SmJ o price paid. S the Shop Foreman. APT.-or house. 4 or 5 room lD 1U kitchen with tile drain elrrtrc rom. .IU R.dl Rbr ocaoacJ.R la.) 810. fl:1 SPRING TERRAOE 4 I the admirer of. Inehor.D
stcare R.ltr L
Lumber Co. K. SINGLE GIRL-To .Pment furnished. For couple with nohlldren. refrigeration rang and washing W.h.tn 6174.DELAN2Y 1 porch 2 b; .rhttur. I.
; distinctive
Railroad. Pressroom. Sentinel-Star. Close In; 112 Ph. machine back porch. Downstairs u structure Is .
.ek. Pn 1574. on oak floors
designed for
LAKE bt fum.c 2-car i selective appeal it front
RING-1 carat diamond and bacguttle.platinum APARTMENT small furnished there are two large bedrooms and two STREET SUCTION-New SIV"SU.r Ii. 1.1. nie corner lot weU I on the Highway and would serve excellently -
band and mount- IAMONDS. watches. ""e. old 46. Houses for BentCOUNTRY house. Young couple. BJ April 15th. baths. Upstairs ha three level bedroom 2-bedroom concrete block house 2 mar conreton 3. bom 118.0. t. B lnda.P, for home and studio or horn

ha$950. Ph. 8179. .old Bh.t c.a M K or sooner. Permanent.Refertnces and bath. These room are with hardwood floors; on paved street. HolJ'O, ba R.ior. 1 I. Ka1 St, 2-1619. and gift shop or tea shop. Two bedroom
32 Church.FURNITURE ALTAMONTK ROAD-722 945 8-Star. for per .ek. Plenty .tea 21 x 31' living .
COOliNG GALVANIZED 5Vcrtmp. Ave* Ma&ln fae'biz .rat 121.0 Ready to move In Clyde McKenzie room with Oregon I Irving room kitchen, dinette
Pl Iel.t deU"er. house: lame I-f.mJ.2-m APT. OR In good of .pa. cas-steam.. Broker 12 S. Main. Phone 2-4775. and tile .p.neln. SeLner.t WN PARK-Ford Home at 231 bath and great screened porch all

Priced n.1 fo 2 WANTED I.. furniture only. eD u GL lLAdulU neighborhood. Veteran and wife ra.tn. in roof every and rm many other car fine. EAST SIDE C'1 AUNcttve 1.1.... ISO feet lake for. SJh.a B.rd Let a bald for alone the rear Priced today at only

... 1. for 28 ca. In 6. I with I mO old b.bJ. Per.net mention large bungalowof large screened porch spit tiled patio,, ou&. D. $8.000.00. Can Mr. Morskt with 0'-
10. 12 ft. National Pressed will bar It. Mather Orlando. HOUSE City Ut. Phone' or features too numerous \ 1942 vintage. Choice location. overlooking lake. Rlgnway Riddle- phone 2-31 Harra-Moore. 2-2380. 109 K. Pin*

Steel Oo. 1601 Atlanta Ave. P.O. Box o Without month eltJ 3 lights and ...tr. 11 AFT. OR HOUSE with 2 bedrooms. lere.. This Income property and pruc. G"P buy rooms of good .l with oak A, location Price 632.SOO. restricted WINTER PARK-1707 Miller "Ave. riEln"IONOI.---U W

3351 Phone 7912 or 9109. Orlando 56 &Church St. Phone 21 per between 9:19 motb. Permanent reU.ble r.pe.bl.re.ld.DU. completely l at $2S.OOO. terms tile bath oil furnace..venetian H Ktted. R.I\r: -ush. G New concrete block buns alow. 3 can now build for TOil at one n

P. only.CL8RUONT.To. t 6:3: Pd.J (60 In de.i.bl $10,000 furish 10 years at 4.. blinds large closets; ab.to shingle I rooms bath front screened prh 5-room home and bath of good construction

RUBBER STAMPS for any purpose; or 4854. nel.hbrho. Phone 2-453. Mr. Little with Harold Sheoh.rdR.ltJ roof solar system. 2-car garage b LAKE Cheney Completel' arhN. 11. and furnish lot oa neeD*
2- deU.erJ.Rotary time stamps .etr.n. 2 new Efficiency S Co. K. Washington Ct. rear of deep lot. For details call te BATON-ust off I b.i.D 2.30 location. AU for SO.SOO. We can vfl
.1 two outh S.ftr
data automatic d.ter INI WANTED-Any quan- .mo.r ... Mlnne- AATEN Sentinel-Star.m.I 5124.CATI. 2 Weir s E. Pine: 4641. B.h..J.. 100 lake frontage. p.m. 'cure for Civilian an 80% or 9041
Orlando Office Supply Co. ttJ you tel ready to sell B.cb Clermont, Fla. TeL ..ute bJ t.o ma EAST : house, only five 1 Priced l0xI5. ft A. C. Scott. WESTMORELAND 'FHA loan. H. F. finland Realtor;
DR. 2004
P ft pho. 61.. "Alex e. 2-O931. Coh.a'. Furniture 347. ; t --r.ma' b r.oa.bl. Ba S.-.ndF cottage: 2, minutes : Lake Eola. Incomeon lack .Ie. rooms completely furnished- cypressshingled 8. S Carrlcaa Bide 672 N. Orange; dial
Store. 1015 W. porch LNCAST PAF.K--br bun 24551. -
porch. 7
Blke. Cah HOUS&rNne rooms and close in. 3 adults. Per- bl l. ap. over S20O. House 1.10. tile and construction; no
FlR. used stoves; Ice box**; b.t. Dabl. .1.. Fruit trH. AATE.. over 50. Please tele- fmle. 15. CISCO Realty cb. wen and In good condition. roof. Tile CJr.central'heat. Furnished Deeded; bus stop: nice lawn: rpa UNFINISHED-bouse and extra lot.
XUOS. BroadfeK. wool Uolum &wl. manea. Call before you Inarlhe. ( a phone 2-1287. balance 10 moatJ. On nice corner lot; close t schools I b.th macblocvacuum WINTER PARK te. Can live in house while finishing.
month. Fred N. N. Mills. Co. 62 church and shopping ..hla. Nicely furnished.
Avdoyan. 2501 El..t D. p. "tp" prle. Sewellhnrmond Aldch. Carh 2-343. dltrct Pricedat .. tools dishes. heated. 2-bedroom Pleasant location very reasonable If
S-1215. C. W. Fin HOUSE uamle4r (kitchen fur ROUSE. 2-brom.enurhe: CLAY ST-e.rJ Bungalow. 2 bed only $18.500. If J01 1..$4500 Nicely' e.ner. For quick sale. construction: almost hoal. sold at one*. Winter Park. A.lomasubdIvision.
near high
rent l.nc.p lot
St. Dial Je.r' 1 Ph 221.BOUSr Mod cah. is Tour n. Olenwood drive. 2nd
; ler. $
400. monthly basis, rm Dc. prc opprunlJ. C.1 t.rL W. B. Nicholson. school; Can
C ROOF stock. GOLD-W* highest $ fS. Write Box 550 SStar.T Apt. fo Orlando family. en *. p.lt with Realtor. Main St. dial 110.5. owne. 7. house K. of Strathy Lane.

quid CATG8 rf eo U OL diamonds p.J cold pre HOUSE-New. For 2 year old daughter Now or soon. Near bus&r and Just E Pine. Phone 2-2. 2-1619. I S WINTER with PAR 2-boa home WHY PAY RENT to spend the Summer -
.t. fure Infor.- Jrgent. Sam Turner. 8274. $ 5OO. C. B. Davls. -
m piastre cement. broke je.el. teeth pie. Ga..e. tnl LAKE HOLDEN-Close lane. an.rnl.hed. at the beach' fluE a newly
.Sr. ton Iqulr by. room 2-car
25 X. Pine. Phone Beckman S. 139 N. Sder'a HOUSE.'-or apt. Permanent couple Realtor 104 E._"er.nn: 21649.CLNIDR EAST SIDE-Close b beautiFi. block Xuraished : Owner for la.north L 5z3. decorated fully furnished cozy horn

REFRIGERATOR UNITS-1-3 h.p. iFFICKMACHINES-W* alnra.'j INDIANA AVI.-1101; 2nd house with 2 children.. References. Ph. I cross state boule bedroom bunl.lo. N.sn"con- I,.enret. eleri kitchen .cmplee lnd- Walker 1..1. n 1751 and tsrate. tare tot. from the owner.

Complete with controls. Latest b need of tJp.rtn. east of Orange Blossom Trail.$50 2-3178. Mr. Keiser. business pro utl.Irm struction.. Lf.tlme rf. garage. a.pd Jt fo oatdor living. 221 Florida Ave Coronada Beach.
modeL (168 Supply limited. .e cash re&tn Babe' prices month S4O unfurnished. HOUSE OR AP preferred bungalow large living ro.m.nJ Pr.pl.e. gas floor furnace. S "oh.t.Henry WIN PA-.1 opportunity 2 HOMES One has S room an4
Walter J. wn e.. 61 .X. Robin- .I. 8850 Cool larlhe. ; unfurhe must good features. Priced right. with atlt. W. Cur edie of town fanb hoe. cut bath. The other 4 room and bath.
Post 1. ., I Calet 2-bdrom bU. convenient to $8750 furnished. 11.0.ter.. C. P. Sham. laa. ground for Large flreplire' including B .
son. transportation: 18 anurlhe. Rl- LAKEVIEW ; tot* OB
SLICING apt MACHINE-Hand or elec. PIB TEW.nt will Wilson.buy a it fruit.r.e.; out buildings fea.ed. f ; b guarantee upkeep. Ph. X.prm.nent . Rpr RatJ Co, 62 & 10 N. Orange: dial 23282.EAST overlooking-large Suburban lake. new Wen home con 1.5. Vacant for sale now for and Y be weeks held baa nne. C72OO. term. King Realty
lOU Jt. .Ubl.
2. Orlando. 413 or Winter Park 246-W. Church. 2343.CNCR miles New 3 39 K. Church: 8435.
t 10 condition. Reasonable. SMITH AVE-222 E. 4 rooms and SIE2. atr.td. Tre. bedrooms oak for Dnd Andrews, R.lt. Winter '
PING PONO-tablea, ; for dint b.t furnished. Garage. From May HOUSE-2 bro. furnished. April AVENUE. Eat 3 bed down rom balance. 1.0.. 11. conveniences. Park. .* VETERANS AND CIVILIANS W*
: 15th. Orlando. Rea TerL G.rl.tu occupancy. Offered at $13.000 Walter will build on your tot or
SOFA BED SUfl'Z8-2-piece. In nice Methodist Church. 2-2064. lt December 1t.WETOR .Ithln anfamlh.d. 112.0.. Cr Broker. 21747.EASVSIDE3. WINE PAK-beautiful lake- .yoa msy
at (98.50.'Powell Furniture en.bl. Box 536 8-Star. man Real Et.t. A"e W. Rose in.. Co. 49 N. Orange select a.desirable bomestte from our
cl. I INK< AND TRAP- Iron. Will DRIVE. 1 South. nue. phone bedroom house In excellent Ave. Orwln Manor office 3356 K. frot bl. .sacrificed because listing Bom and tot financed witha
or Unfurnished. owners
c Colomalt.f trade used sheet o roofing. 2-rm cou. for ret Adults BOUSE Immediate Ave. immediately 100% 01 or a 90* IRa 10..
cLOSE IN-Easy walking pos Orn. Each has
SW-IIIn with II. jointer and -2862; or writ Rt. :Box : onlJ. I Bl pr.neat. rl.ble. relDbe. Lovely 3-bedroom .clstl session. Ln.conditon I.nd.pd lot with guest 3 bedroom or 2Vt tiled It Prompt and complete planning and
Itr. $ Multiplex Orlando. 1 6R fumed bungalow at Win- W1 i.s. large wen landscaped corner. Title plentJ of .. to bus ..p.r.t '" 1".Dt'a building service. Chenault Jennings
radial .r (j85. New H-D.. Delta WE BUY used Cell us dermer. west of HOUSE-Or Urge apartment nee construction and is in A-I .tor. $9750. ters.I.mersn I..b of lake. .rDda. One Inc. 672 N. Orange AYe. m4-
fartur. Olndo. eadltln Pce.
drill press. 160. $189.SFAT for selling. Co.b Paramour's Oil 8t.Uo by permanent resident who I to Restaurants and .. C.rer. Realtors. 70 LNCAS PARK-7 CAHBuJ. .It 20 f. front.' 1.

CVER- Complete stock. Store 615 W. Curb phone location of house. Francis nected. with N.bona orl.Dtoa.Ph. HandJ.1". apartments with $125 l. C . Carter. 9516. a well-built 2-bedroom resi preed with lndpr frontage, owe. 51-1. Lake County Property

fl to (22.95. Installation i 24883.f FURNISHED bedroom1 hou." "I. Wil. 818. I month rentaL Nice home or good EAST-SIDE-New 1 bedroom frame In beautiful Lancaster Park less than replacement cost at (29,900.

Ire Firestone. Orange and PAY highest cash prices for old Apri 1. 6 10nth rent in ._ HOUSE-By April 15. 2 bedrooms. rnt.1 prJ. Pmihe. 120.0. bungalow. Hardwood fon attached Ston Large lot nice shade. Asher I Terms ...I.bl .either BF. BONNIE BREXZX LAKEFRONT A

,-.rd. diamond and diamond Of Bz 555 8-8tar. furnished. By owner of Orlando tn -' R.lton; garage. On bus II. Realtor cor. Central and pointment oDJ. Ross Kay Anderaon, few elet Tracts still avall.bllB
"SAW Mm.n complete with I .nJ condition. City J..el h 2 MI1.ES Hotels 4- Baale. wife and l-Je.r-lc child. : _23753.I $15OO down. Balance like rent. Main 2-O786. Broker Oranie 2.4406.WtNDERMER.ta5 beautiful Bonnie Breeze one ef th*
P. D. AndersonJr1 Co. WET Altloat Ph. 2-O278 frame Heath. Broker in most 41ea1r.bJe. outetandln location
.1 r .e.el eoI. Or. at room Seasonal u8m ; I!I COLONIAL GARDENS-5-room Colonl.lt.a oppo'site Butler
ft miles north of Maltland on Car or_ cttle.. lmlhe.B.re.. 2.UNPNISB from 5. after 5. 2-6273. bungalow. Electric equipment; fur Vogue T..tr. I small and.0.. oa Lake loads navigable to the

Route 17. Phone Winter Park. 763-R 3S Fuel Oil and Wood 3 rooms: outside BOUSKBlnln. M.J lt on year 1 nished. 10.5.term C. C. O.rlaU EDGEWATER SECTION-Lovely 2- MICHIGAN AND BROWN SECTION Indoor et.. PPa.308. tr J.Ocean.Kiatler.(20.0O per front foot. up. W.
I Realtor.
BUTT-".n'. a.rlkla 37 short tiet blocks N. of J. bdr. Broker. 2-14. story home of hollow-tile eomtreUon. Bungalow; nwlJ pant. 2 bedrooms terms. Ph. Owner,2.2552 Is. vetoper. Tavares. Owner and -Do-
stont. Wor t1. 110.5.P Winter DIAL 5118 for the best In quality Hill I.t No. 13. CarmichaeL furnished. Must b in M.rl S CLOSE IN-2 bedroom furnished 2 bedrooms m baths. 2-car cmole. b.tl la. Near I WET o I Plorlda.HOt16JH.r.
P.rl. 151. fuel oil and quick delivery service. School district. B) r.pDI! home within 2 block of Orange garage Beautiful hardwood floors bus 1.75. terms. Sam I Bra ba A NEW is a 6 room

SXWINO MACHINES Factory Orlando Fuel Oil Comp.nJ. Inc.PVKI. FRHE. COTTAGE fishing on .Lake. ble Orlando. f.m of 3 .ho Ave. $8500. with easy terms. P. A. throughout. Prc. 112.5. famihe. Johnson Co. 208 M.I. room luhe 2-0m I modern house well located extra

bL guaranteed like new; re .OImplet line for horn duced rent. Short drive b.t. R. how to Box 560 a nice home andfurnishings. Allison. Realtor 37 W. Washington Geone H. Rulor. 2.311. MINNESOTA A V. 14-.ne will attached 1.1...Home In perfect 51 cood construction, : Oak floors 2 bedrooms -
nice kitchen.
Has been
console. A Wiggins: 6247. .n Idutle Serve Write 333 Ohio Ave, St. Cloud. Fla. 8-ta. COIONIAL DRIVE. 115 E. take $7.5OO Ild dlUon large For full details, i never
CD Pr Apr lived
TO I.EASE-unfurniohed house. 1st. 2 p in. Immediate possession. A. C.
6 or bath EAST-Outstanding value. Two bedroom bedrooms and terms call Ray Holcomb.
SOUND SYSTEM amplifiers: 6 PeI Co. FOR ished. 7
It Winter Park. .a L3 room modern fnr- more rooms. C.l Rolling 2-2408. roms .ar. furnished sleeping with O'Harra-Moore. E. 22 "cHarl"Broker.. CmaUBa P15.
C ;
adjustable microphones. Rua 20. T.nk .n.bl. on the South side open porches. fur.c.b.pm.Dt 10me.. Eetri Pch Compl.tl furnl.d P. Phone 21(1.
Ehone Winter Park FUEL C4L n. for prompt of Wlldmere, tPNHE 2 or 3 bedroom Double I.r..*. Lot 5. kitchen. Shady lot corner .tet I yew buy for
11. 11K C Lk. J. BtBfor
service. Lu.wO F house. Permanent attractive features. going vacant. Owner win aO 7 ACRES near Umatina. bordering oa
and fuel oils O. .p.rent 170 ft. Zoned .ml-ba.I" O.ne .I .m.l .

,.SOFA rnb-Overstuffed.S at G 2 cndltla. Pei tl O a.lble.8nke. Ph 621 Kera.a: FRNSE3 Drn. rooms. bath. J. BUt .. 9752.. Ferguson' Refrigeration. I 9"21 CANNON for .tplntm.nt MILLS ROAD-New house. Check norh. this says now"sell with at onc Fennell.at 1985.. mortsace.M.tr.l Bu P.n dl,Crb Re.ltr.'-170. 57 112.POD baT.5613 C.Jb.ub.m.' "et.11 r.since lake a flaw.within clear 100 water yard lake.Good Two 6 Mb6f rcabouse.

Late Apopta.JUST Several chicken house '
t ne.r''ohDn'a. lot W. MARK AND 0rc
3RJ APARTMENT wanted I hi 5 room and bath. Large : I Charc MAE SEQ TERMITES low
COMPLETED Well-hilt CAN" oa cement doubl garage. 279 dun tree. alaS
37. Two bedroom I Win take housetraIler :
SHOW CASES-New and Slads- Fern and praDeat young couple with 3 I paved: eetrtJ. back block. New 3-bedroom block house. 2.000 small trees In nursery. A horn
ud. SoD baal.unfurnished except thirty Ph. 9046. '. Price ( Mr. preh. Paved street; lo.toa 7
Inth b.bJ. : .0 minutes from
Booth Show Cu Co. 11 Reed water heater and Goodwin 677 for shopping. Fpl. sad an investment price $12.500. A,
COLD SMOKE-An elerc YOUNG Lane with Herman ) 195. Gt tb Steel window No
phone .ppl.Ua now desire city C. McNurlea. Broker and Auctioneer.Umat'lla .
dining Five miles CUPLPraent. t.eL AUre
Ali will SIrs your and famtur. to rent N. : 9855 SIEA-lnl 5-room bun- C.Jb.asb. !.ltr. .l jive Builder
O.n.e ES ) ,
pl.nt alb asphalt Pho. ruad. farled. ". dea.a. money. Fla. Phone 21(1. Also have
ardena that Jlft theJ ne t help rod. AdaU oD. AC7. bedroom house. Box 573 8t.r.S"AL CONCORD 1639 E.-Vae.nt. unfurnished E. elent cnditon D iYER-T.- blocks north S. rfke. 159 trl A. C. six 5O' b la Umatiila.
SINKS an types flat rims single them back Oken "f'D
Into except range water sl.ble. n.l.hbrhO. Vene In4al. aluminum Ave Priced at $;. 6 lots.
cad n refined 121 .
compartment, double'eopaDt Cold smoke wIlt do it Rooms fo Rent A.-2 pr.DenUF heater and circulating oil h..te. all bUd.for fum.c. h.rd.o trailer Large I& 2-rom cabin, Maltland Winter
dralnboards and a wt and better. Call 5314.PEATDelivered eaae. emploJe lentemen. .a- oak floor, large rooms. Do. .ttah.d garage. This 10m. partly furnished; Open Frl. anderU Pal THX RIGHT COMBINATION 2i-
chrome plated AMELIA A E. front I. dlt.nee t.n. Ph. 8550. of Just the of e.enn. acre Eata_-a-Lak. for the buyer
u. C.a wn V' tile bath plenty bfore .1 MT. VERNON '
any amount. Also 1 Ln. flofr AVC.-1542; Owner G. I.*-Fine location
of home for
LIbby A 11 Cl top oil; fill dirt. Write room. .. WANTED-A 2. 3. or 4-room. heated closet tc 2 extra large bedrooms materials. going North will must sell. Modern 2-bedroom. Fur who want comfort plus Income. 7tt
STOVC-Magie Cef. ".11. breakfast P. O. 102. B A., rstes.AMZLL&. apartment with bath and ktheD osy fire plee. large screened In let it go for only (11.OOO- Terms. S nished. Nice condition desirable to ntn. Good location and pre acre of producing grove and 12
Br.J. Well
set. m.pl room Bz Lkh.r ette. by elderly couple. Nov. t M.J. front living porch. Price (8 950. with Mark with Lul. G features. .nJ your rellrmet.. acre of pasture and cardca .toad.
suite. Maple. 9x12 rugs. l1U 33R12. A20 E. b Orlando. Address: Box ,548 term Frank Crebs. Realtor. 907 14 N. Main; 2164.EEAT prblem. Ben Rodger 4 bedroom and 2 bath Knotty-pin
47 W. Colonial Dr. ( POULTRY Ml. (15 a ton: .t : r'm ELDERLY 4 J Metcalf Building: phone 2-1710. WICGA A BtY-.en St Broker. Wilma Ware 64 N.'Court; panelled living room with fireplace.
the F Poat Farm, phone CUL".Dt o 10. \ 4m '9. Close to main highway. Entire 20acre
Sn. Mate Kek 9927. COPCI.AND DRIYC-36 W. Ro rom anumihe. apt. on house 'water (4.000 fenced. A good bay *t $20-
A *n good workIng with twin beds. Adjoining b.t. 10ul as* permanent COLLEGE PARK-Here 1* a new tw cash. Owner. Roy Cn.NORTS3bom. b.t SPECIAL VALUES room*. 9 baths 000..a Harry K. Morse Jt Co. Realtor
residence. Box
Uon. Ideal for private for SECTION-Wen locat
W* with or ..n:II Plantsr Flowers and Seeds tC8C IN-Walking clta.Sla.I 1&1 8la.UNFSHEous bedroom m.l conveniently bungalow 2 bedrooms frame bUD .Il furnished: baatu.1 ef' &. Florida.
r.i. r.pla for $6 If* l.t Irom ba..11. Comer
for working pt.- olJ 0. .
.1. going klthen.
Boiler rom farhe. Owe
.111 pm. construction lt .a.i.
.at C.nt e 11 AZALEAS out flowers artistic table c.lh.n f.mUJ. R.ferenee. and la owner pr. G $ 52. Groves for Sale
Ave. CLOSE IN-Double room beds, CaU Furniture Including electric kitchen excellent al 5 ter. Nicol Co 1Str.mbe
t.1 .
Paderwood .. : w* wire .nnher semi-private b.t. Henr Co.e Et. 141. I can purchased for ..a.dd.lon.1 mOt eompletelJ fum1he. Price In. Rltr. SlaIn d.1
P..t .n
TER, late Ho..1. Xltlnar' 6 K. Central; 463. trance. Phone ealpm.nt 500.b Terms. McNutt- $ fumlhlnl. RobR R 2.1611. 5-room bungalow Spe CASSELBERRT aero. Lakertev.
m < 51. Houses for Sale .. NORTH SIDK in living room. Good homeslte. Tree. came through
corn W. Washington Very Plre
carriage. Guaranteed. ( CheekwtthtOeorce ANA Ptun Do.e CLOSC 25-515 S. Re.ltor.15 1 place
: .t.uc and ..I 'Dbl St. 6174. home, convenient .uba.nt central bet; outdoor ; frees Phone CasseOfeerry.. 7(3. Ca-
phons 5158. tu 1 8. St 1411 m.nJ. Co oher. C 2-r.. k pr.U. D ALOMA Winter SECTION Parks minutes from No 501. .rooms. net: deo.t l.tla..tU 2-car 2-car au.e. In.Beautiful selberry Ferneries.

e*. canvas specially I CITRUS TREKS pecans and all fruit CONCORD A VB.-1627 X. Nice front city taxes. .hoppt centr. CONCORD 81 W.ompl.tl furnished FRET HILLS-Overlooking beauti Ie..t I. Ka lakefront Main WINDERMERX. SECTION A very
TAAt812 Cain .
15x18. B. F. Good trees recommended for this section. room hot at times, Large living room contrctoa room Sue. Well bUt wen Bo..d. 3 : house furnished. eat._ fur- warm spot. 40 acre In tract 341
Ih.m.t..SI Robinson.TABLE Mills t Nebraska t Poole'g Nursery. week.CLOSK. w.t a 1 large bedroom large wth klth.a.firepla. bungalow. Nice large front a ..neIn plannedspacious .tr HORTT-SECOHNnm Dlee.' Btebieg. 100.bearing Vttms acre In floe bearing grove, mostly
I CAMELLIAS: electric 7-ft living circulating Colonial home. 3 S tiled The lake Person Brown and Valencia 15
asaleas refrigerator ( .
; t.
LAMPS- uh (12.95close i shrubbery;' ; pa landscape ClOSE Ille rom for .eat rage. highway frontage.. 2-car New heat. prc. .1st. Shown by bath powder rom.bdrom an.Dt'a rom kitchen is a housekeepers delight. grounds. f. froate. b.at year old; 4. mile paved road front-
out : 95. l lnu m.a. Phon 56. 3Of. appointment only Price withterms. lot. well Two large bedrooms. .cr. h a see: 2-tery tenant house etc. Price
Nurseries. garden
set. 5
Co.. 141 615 W. nt"l "ul.bt X. acre 19. cra.r I.Dds.pd O A rom.p-
P ta cious. reduced from S6S.OOO t* $45.000.
IN rooms; Frank 907 of the ;
TILK-Tour bath and kitchen in nut ORr Centipede Stl. for or D.ht alpll henpra.; bJ d.J 0 lnd. Ol. 15. Golden.on term Open Metcalf Building Cb phon R.ltor.. and very "I.I Oar best tot. P..e B..J.Art Near the.1"bal Only AbJJTT.Properties.* core a pr.s t an $20.000 cash, assume : Mtc
proof PermaUle. Free 11 l.. $1.50 Brke. $ payable annually over 6 year *t
C < estimates W. C. pr la N. Orlando Ave. (nr buy at $28,500. terms. HuckelOTieal.Realtors .eterD only$825 von Schlllen Realtor, 7186.
e.a. .
Phone 24362. 2-4. CLOSE room. I.D underpass). Winter Parr. CNCR. 2 SOL SzOM- ; 111 X. Robinson dial (36 per p.Tent. Best (* Mr. Timer or Mr. Wttli grove
SPRING BOUQUETS and I-omer 'l Pm. bdrom. f. lY. have. specialist I with P. Mattes Broker.
Spring 2-375X: C. 610
T OU CIN3fla..u1 Bmlpm.t 6 Kalaola "Hou. houses, rom. .I rom. 6-ROOM-Stucco noose'for 145 N. : .
e bt Tbl. der.tln and cor. .. Fenced 9- Or.ne A.e.dial 7348.
11.5. 11b. CLOSE IN-310 Lake Attractive hoa.but this 1 one." porches. t FERNCREEK S.-"oe. sale b yewncr. Cheney
Cafh fI.. ." Gade 2319 N. 1stfloor "8 and .. l. spacious .o yard. FuYnlshed or Inurhed rom AV. cmer lot ORWIN MANOR SECTION This .nd Wlngo St. PriceS Ihw.J iiRyonne grove. 1 to 3 7old. *
TENT or unfur Ph 21' entrance. .ult. b.t. bedroom w.1 rom Owner occupied._ 2-7481. convenient to school and bU a6 cplll furnished 2-bdro 'rlcht Pineapples and Hamllu. Defc
HO.JfuDw Al b.U. well good Total ef 1378 tree
furnishing Allen Johnson Realtor. tot 1* a pump.
16x40 WKST Eicht lo fn .
BI 39. Livestock and room. A Iclude 11.7. CONCORD AV blol o-. (12 900. C. B. Davis Realtor. 104 X
epJt with flya. don Supplies CLNTWNLnlJ R "What are .UI. ?" from Ave. I* a ange: 8612. Specializing la S. Easily financed.Speak A ATTENTION HOMX
.' E"er clusive with Whitney Spiegel Realty Co BUYERS Jefferson: 3-1649.
.ldo. floor caf. T. I Realtor span bungalow furnished and HARVARD AVE.Ber. built modern .
Children B.tlnl.
C1rlL erne SADDLE a
riding and ence 81 6 7O6 Metcalf Bldg. 2-3269.
Move HORJ lerI' R C.ntra for April Mod 2 Re.ltr.
.. .lwher prewar frame. New
OCIp. lt
comfortable and your .ue to Av.eaU..8 c..p. 111 w. Central ra it I* .or In.Nt dining room, living room brom, ORWIN MANOR-Here is an ultra 2-r. .baal.I. screened 53. Acreage for Sale

boul. shortace. 2ft N. of CRUNCH 8T.B. Sleeping pr .J gating. Price (9.750. O'H.r. tiled bath and kitchen sink. mo.r 3r concrete block pnb buy with $5 kkhea A
41. Bear Lake road &. Seal priests entra Gentleman. ALTAMONTK Moore. Realtors. 109 &Pine. pl. he. 6O-ft. landscaped lot. J.t large corner tot. mint for G I. .r $1600 for.pJ-. CHENEY HIGHWAY acre 330
& C.te" -- STUD 8XRVICX Palomino. CAT ST. 1438-Nice I furnish SPRINGS 3-O836. $ P is exclusive with Master bro has private miss the host chill. ft. on new cro** Mate route. ScarUndeclils
nH 10.5. fa b.U' D" OD this .

TA3 l .X Telephone 5 ft. Flat top. A meta. YOUNG COW. fresh red boars. Saddle 2 e bloka b.prefer. men; (10 .eL 300 ft L.13.Poat.. cleared and COLLEGE center. PARK-.-Close.t aoPI. Anoe H.Un.;. R.ltr.. a 6.Central other fall screened tile,2 brm.wU shower. lelJ Bid.8tlpon-ttn phd. 111.R.lt.o.Ke CD N.Herman Orance Goodwin star: 9855.* (210O.Ine.Mr.Broken Lane with 677

and bridle. First CLOSE IN St- James Hotel. breezeway carage. 1940construction.
5. place South Double home 88x200 atthe EIIXCREST Are. .hop pr
TROMBONE-Conn. like new. with County Home. A. P. Dnu. or single rooms available now Sp.coa ; n Nic Compltll ping center bus 8hol ,tn attached 2-car .rl. with built-in LARS BARNEY-On St. John river.
10.2Brom. laundry trays. See this beautiful 100 wooded land. umber
9253. acres some
Loan case a .real 27 b.nan .Hen. t,. Pet Stock and Supplies Call IN Double front I and guest cottage; b.. Her.n lurhe. 8500.Ine, Broken 677 2 blol street.and the 2 privacy of a r modern home. Price 111.5. terms. NEW HOM dawn fo. I 2300 ft. of lake snore with good
room: GW. bdo
of farlhe Jamersoir and rom .
CE bnnia 11.0. bungalow.'needs some C.rr. fatn 70 bal.I. L sand beach. Price ( : half cash
UPHOLSTERY 65"In BOARDE& large dOt'ephon, Call or Ofic. Winter Ornle 15. d..DI E. Central. Inluded Everyone balance term Jan Brother 239
FAIc COCKER Individual Homer but for $5 5OO Ph8. A Ourl e1 L. P
rectaant a.tl re1e. care dip SA.. 12. i t314 6e.e W.a Lt L. p.lat of.re.l of $70O Carter. 9516. .at. N. Main. Phone 15511.ORANO&BL .
R 2911 bt.Itad a er.HuckelONeat. .Jd eu. ba.aN at VeteranReal .
CLOSK IN Hnshey Court. lar. .p.rmeL Jo
I. Blw. Or.na rvice--Ch. Bub.* .n ble -. Du 118 East finished Inside en b.ame Crb Real 29 South Et.l.PV' TRAIL-Wher*
or adjoining R.lt .tr eletRl. oSCthLA
IJNDLRWOODNOIS5LESS Iwt. Cn. Kicellencybrother. phone ST.-Short distance north
TPE b.t Robinson Avej Large corner tot.Pflc t. 5 .el nu tCo.241 most people travel Florida' Main
writer. late model rebuilt. G..r P..tntkD Kennels. Orange Very ran.bl. d 23713. reduced to (270O. Loren Dunn. -of Lake Cherokee. We offer this PRICES Street. Limited number 2". 5. and

anteed. 14t carriage.9 Elite type CJ. CAEY Ale Lodge. Broker. N. Brown; 2-1269. HARVARD frame; 4- as today's best buy. 2-story mld.n ARK DOWN, and Talus *! 10-acr tracts (2OO to (390 per acre
Special 115. Check with George > .. horses I AV-l' of 7 rooms and 1'* u.Inspect these n..houses ready term Jim M. Caldwelt with Asher
J olntet 1 year PID Hol rd. last bedroom b.tb Cop1
Sta.r Main St.. phone (158 4 pu. 2 2 lemale. ma f.. hant. t .un Wlt ADAIR LAKX SECTION CLNTOW t*Sold another wn good screened central heat. A-realhome I ret Oil tr- o.ul and cpr. 2- Peter. Realtor corner Central and
m.l. b -100* wk Pr rom bl
y pair or Prk. I 14W. O. for Near school 48-inch cooling cacr < priority Main: 20156.is.s .
AC CE T.n 2' bed
moe .Ulh..rtl. bl a (1500 down gets Q. l. fa. In Large tot with So mo.a. Ave.
11 H.ro. .
KDOZWATCII DR. 3100niaI shaded m.tar
tachments. mel wU 37 8t.r. loan. New modern bungalow. TH* room home. completely flrih. I b. L. ce. citrus We lice to bt.Nn : from city limitroom
Ver prices. SPANIELS bus Une. Cooking privileges. easily Howard. 'r. cold tUmor. C house with V acre land. or 11.
-Just l 11.2. Winter new *
Inf.tn Sh.r. Park 924
Walter J. Ine, 61. K. Robinson CK fol Itt 1.0 fin. we *m -
left. Ideal COLA 505 6. Nice floor Spiegel We mor to 3 acre (24OO. See Howard 306
DRI clean and kitchen. Wln WmeJ 30 ..I 3. it. We expect aaick THIS HOME
h b.t UP
." Bou c Westinshouze. 194O Wr Ave Winter Park; phone room ampr".t b.t Telephone 1.t Realty Co 70 Wk.l HARVARD AVX,-In College Park.A t aow l (12500 with terns t be mint suburban setting-In ff a stately beao- N. Main St.iIAcilEs. .

9a-. 8230.GORX celling.-Automatic ,water heater and Bldg. 2-3269 better bat frame bungalow of arnae. ..Realtors m. thi* restful English-type routine large lake: part

VENETIAN B1D" 30". 32" D FOOD. and X cel; dos AVE.-1 East. Attractive room CLB PA-wr rt late pre-war ctrbo Five rooms 1 ..tD 8 1 home .* traction- in warm old bearing orange grove
34" and 3'. aluminum Kbbe In beautiful home. Semiprivatebath. spec heater. O bus Un*. close a tile bath .1 .tthe. garage. coDt. spacious Pre Ideal ho. $3 85O. term. T. J.UD .
slat rme. a .Upl Old No w at c.r.
the THe kitchen- and I .
bld I Mc fat, Sto. Kitchen privileges. Ph. 9706. built 111 fare A YEA fi .r. 8m. citrus.. It last Realtor. 438 K. Main Phone
I. Ka A"e. Or business and school. best material Ixcellent fireplace. Oak Dor Insulated attic. TTN- L .t 2-3983 or 2-4737.
linda Manufacturing. PrIGRe a.nel male* HILLCREST AVE.. 712-Bright room, a. Ph eoadtln automatic Two n.ud. mOer J. $ farh.d.
B1d and double Running water Cmp.t faln. J0 U. h..te. er payments lnful. C.l RjmulS 10 GOOD ACRES had oftef Easa
VEET Custom BLINDS n.days de WI.o o fema Cb.. _ Near grin.o.aal thea.. 2-3623. POI with price a''e pr. Lne lt grill-with rent P S8OO t$110O doW 1 Par- / 1U Re.lt.Ot 43. Coast Hiway for ( A coed '
details Ajher Ib b.r. Pc fish In good tocauon. Jameraon and C
steel &a. DOG FOODS-Kibbles, JACKSON C-Large double a G. See R.1 Est.t. 3 E. Pine; a-I16. M2L50w- bun new *-
; .o.Y.aufatr PE0M S.6. APOPKA 2-bedroom house. Peter 7 X. Cntrl 2-86 M. prl block rm.2- ter. Realtors. 70 X. Central. Ph
terms puppy 10. biscuits. room ne. t Telephone eiog. large front Bth St. desirable le.tar McNnttHeasley. rA HOUSEZ story.. Good lton r. e. Anyone A. T. Carter. 9516.
Charcoal or I. Loan. Yes
(S per month. biscuits arne J Realtors. 15 W. WashIngton -
1. P. t.t.R.db1 Cereal. One pound ad a We.t-ea e.rid. "UN beautiful ST. 9O8 E.-Summer gas ral.. eletr hot w.tr he.tr. New frame bl.1 St. Y_ ORWRt MANOR SECTION can move b immediately Full price 10 ACRES with frontage of 330 ft. oa
Ve.t.n Cc 10 Kennel t dobl $ t e eA.t floors. 4 bath. P e 58400. min highway aad 1294 en 2 other
X.I. phoe 1.46.VEIUl'f Br.ne'a QoP.arm a4 Near t town. 2-1647. .102 $7.500. Ter.r IABOl SECT Colt modern brand new call Hart wU Veterans' Real roads 1 block from Maltland city
BLINDS Manufacture .anl. LAKX Lovely X.. .. phone 2-O618 galows street nice lawn. Agency Et
KOLA room. Hot o p..e ; dial line Only $15OO. term H down.
Custom Metal RABBITS and batches. White heat, laundry and ADAIR PAr bungalow. with 7 43 bedrooms It* .hrb. Ieit possession *r hour 2 Cr 2-481. Aft
Orldo. bl& water light in r. e Park I A. C. Golden. Broker. 1121 V. Or-
7-day Wood. delivery. Flemish giants, brown bellgum. -cooking privilege 2O8 K. Robinson Cypress entL C pttl CLNTW. Ola' b.U. 2-car garage is what we cash I pb. Wiat 1. Undo Ave.. (Near MaMUaad onder-
2122 K. Robinson. outstanding offer apes Mtcpayable monthly b.11\ DWELLING cios*
Blinds measured mo our
and fr. II
within 75 miles Orlando. Installed LIVINQSTON A V. 620 E.-Double Lane oak .m palm shade. oe our listings ef besutifulhome for Dder mO room, *.. J. P. 13. : I IBrick eDi lifetime .I pass!. Winter Park Open Frl. cva-

without o Orlando Kt TPCA FiBH-40 shipment o bed; kitchen lU P1ce b abr. If sold this week oa Park Lak*. I.Wood 11.0. claret 1 Allen amp ORWIN MANOR N.'t. 15 SECTION..I=: 5. spacious r. n tile i ainc.f20 _ _

Blind .fl.ol.tl 179 RoUt; Vea 5( and .rU.AQu.ra. Phone 307. price 11. $4.OOO cash required wr.. Weber. HUlcrest Pl D son. Realtor. 14 N.e.Oe; 8612"Speclaltsmg lently block Ec, baths. ACRES-Piae citrus"ian Lot of

VENETIAN BUNDS 659. ter.pump .Uppl.L H.I e M'KXX ET, 123-2 block from S. Only Ite parties need apply. Rbia. K. Colonial. .t Ye \Ho.- of 2 e, sun fa.Modern kitchen equipment. pin timber. 9 mile from Orlando

Custom made -chance 3-day delivery at 1802 A..18 RdIP.O. D. of Lt Orange Ave.. Twin b wt innersPrIng 2-31. N. M AeU..t. Wi B IVANHOE SECTION- buy br..r... J e. of ground with eltl Po oa Highway. $10O per acre.Also
B t
bl Brbn. a real home Plot of land
M 2-11. plus 220 ft. Old Apop-
m.U. 3 bedroom Small.' copper Priced S8450 with bm. .
Xdgewater D. Ph 2-O455. TROPICAL FISH-35e per pair i*and ppl only. 2-2142. b.t tram 1101. large screened CLOGS IS Only 3 blocks from 0 W1. 4-room bungalow. fe only $ plab. down Balance 25year this M. 8. 2 Cast ka HIghway (350 term OA.. Dearlag. -

VENETIAN BUNDS-Seat b custommade .S-00"1111111 947 Orange*Winter and aPPli Park,s. C. OSCKOLA ST.-430 S : large front prL large 'work shop garage. sage Ave. L 10-room porch. '11. lo S.. Amid nice I 16 mon.ea.. at 4%. S G Church St. Phone 7833._y_ Broker; County 39-R-15. __

and stock a. 'au. BI ; phone twin inaerspring. adjacent to bath, R o 8Bumby.. house ft Actually homes. ( Owner willnuance. P. .Rat. C.1 E- Xl LITTLE HOMX New frame. ABOUT 9 ACRES oa Golden Rod
proof a il. crossing 12H fe future e ,
.o n b very reasonable Phone 2-3911. Hintoa. Rlt. 7532.JFSON OCEAN the finest three l rooms a bath front Read. one ef the finest paved road
security in this one and no the FN-
a W DIU Oll WL 669 41. Poultry and SuppliesBABY OSCEOLA ST..513 8.-Very large COLLEGE PARK- C.nt 0 ten). I .1. W week at (499. Terms
n Park 849. Pbsbeet comer room. Twin b Hue H..l plt 31.buncatow bn. & finished ctte o 2 D I nor o t Daytona l. $100 down and ItS month. VeraonMcKelvey.
costs no mfT at Adams. CHIC-US Tuxedo closet. Permanent business b 4 Shepherd S26OO. A U .
Peed Str ed porches tile bath. a C> the first r bo* 2. iota (1835. terms Oeorg Broker. 64 K. Central/
VELOCIPEDES -. Wlde variety of D. 8. approved Pultorium couple. (14 weekly. 2-3230. 75-ft Jot. X. Washington St. Phone 5124. JA.M.AJO-.bwalI cement block with living room f Kin*. Owner 7267. 1401 W.
(986O. Allen fireplace Ph
C sues: all metal construction. Bumby 906 W. Church phone 2-2621 or 7338. DARK tAXI CIRCLE. 701-Room N. Jo Realtor ] CLown IN-3-story. 2 1t and 3 i thr nt tots. Plh. Price room, kitchen, breakfast room dining and Washington. 53-1.Ranches and Timberland

Hardware. 10 W. Church. BABY C D. a Pa u for rent: .hot water near bus Telephone lug 14 0e 81 large bedroom. 110 p ( Br.a 1U Be.. a tile powder room. the KEW BLOCK 2 bedroom*.
h ad'f CM
VENETIAN 39.lNIS.-Ten days de- ed at. I. ft d 7408.PRINCZTON COLLKGK month phis owner .p Goodwin I Bke. I O there arc O wIth aad bus 4000 ACRES en famous St. John
Custom built .lw livery. F a POut SIU AYX.1-1413 W. Room bungalow furnished. 2-car frame ment. Il Terms. H c 1 sage: 1. U 2 b with connect fine near school 1'not River, 28 mile from Orlando p
1Y. Manufactured Orlando St. with dabl bed. B water large tot garage sacs Jt. Mr. .w B C.ISSIM3az-New lake n. Cc tile bath finished 1d" 000.000 ft. pin timber (worth d*'
W with a Ban..s
.tl w. I l P. C65OO. man Ine. brick hone. S ment has .
Cash o terms HENS AND FRYERS-Will pick Band private bth. terms "amenon Real Gw I. GA t .ut lonl L. 1 Fully equipped with fcaan
fa. -
tow moth ft.t pay cash. Orlando Fish and STEELX AVX.-29 X. Doubt or sin' tors. 70 X. Central.Phone I Oe 1. screened. porch: car port. Unfurnished maDe oil bl lu. WR. Oeorc ID. 1. 200 cattle, tractor truck. fare

Rab1 1 pr Blld e 10& Poultry C., 6O9 W. Church: 4717 .I room pm.t entrance..Break- ter> Carter. ,5\6. A T..O. CLOSK IN 4. boacatow. 11. Dntry A.e at open housesign. quarters w. bt .D plenty e Ph. 77. 141 W.' W.all equipment. A first class well Mated
phone PUU.ETS.-New 4694 I Good _. aaUnusned. .ha Yn' storage pry can NEW FRAME and bath. ranch la actual operation. (69400
X.lJ 2-111. BmP Nearly prn fc CITY LIM1TSo.Neat and cute. Small dtl LAKE IVANROK had either fBrmshvd b Partly furnished. good term AsSeT Pete Realtor.
WALL CLEANER Floor cleaner ready to lay. (1.79 ROOM 2 blocks from business dia- bumslo Fruit. some terms. quick sale. 6895. mODU I fo SEOJ-2- Thc price to (30.OOO Infard Central 2-O7M.
Wa Buckets. Numerous household L each. Call at From Farm. CUrcoaa, I trictt permanent basic. man Loren Dunn, 1. N.' V. A fo B-1.. H room buala. at l P. crottre- Atwood.. anahe E- north.. Mast sell at .= and Main:
term King, Realty
> I *
-_ Mill I Call 5440.S 2-1265. Qd R.I. 3 U. Wa1 Rat.
1 N.I. Por per Ave. 11. Dial S2 817 Main Street Dartana P H Continued On Next Fse]





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[ fro* Freeedlaf F .) 45. Country Property for Sale 1|I IJ 158. Real Estate Wanted_ I II I Mister Brewer I 65. Help Wanted-Male j ]'-1. Auto Parts-Accessorial 1BAGOAGE 5. Auto for Sale I I (drlanfto fcrnlinr.T

J I CTSTOMERS WAITING for homes I II MECHANIC. good proposition (o 1 TRAILER-In fine eondl- CHEVROLET-1941 Convertible club FRL, MAR. 28. 1947 PAGE 25
right maoExcellent body. Single wheel coupe. automatic top. .
I and Income prorertlesList yours psy. Uo Rdio he.te.
eco '
51-1.Ranches and TimberUnd I ACRES-Planted and Onod 'tocsyl Lko Atsorlatet. CO W le. sober steady worker need ap1 1 i O'Ba.141 I Av*. J'Dr. Lk:c perfect merh.-1- .

3-room newly fen New (I I Rcb!.!rFn: ,hoe 2-1574. ,'. Gu.rlatl Auto Service. 1 i ra. endU.1. Wb. it lasts 81095.1': Autos for Sale
RANCH LAND- .000 acres: Central Ave.. Apopka. Central; phone I
'eDe. poultry .
b.s. WE wanting FRONT RIvAlS now i
.n* iL Johns Hirer .ppra- tr.ctrr only 8. Will consider ,. b_ V BUE and .rn... PLUMBER First class. No ." E PAT. of 5296: see VaRCL1M' 11 BDAl3 coupe. Mast sell
timber.em N'I fo
me.C.derbJ boosetrailer t See Mark with Immediate sale list with F. A. A steady Moat auto.. A. .I.Sons. 1010 W. Strtemaster 4-1 ch.P&anytime at
I ,
.ra .Id Louis Occslia. 'r. 143 M. Mass; s on. Realtor.30WWsihinStOO._ I handling .oi.types of b epabl Church phone 8811.. Curable Cars. Tne904 126 America 8t

a. ae Price equipment.$10 I'a m ani. 2-1464. WANTED TO BUY-10 t 20 acres of I S-Star. .1 .ok Bx N.Orange Ave. Telephone 2-4521. I ICERL SPECIAL USE CAR SE

hu dea b. can a bay J I lr o I first-class l.rll' aro" Give full Intangible PLYC .OTRI134 Com Motor 2 door sedan. rar pre fr 110 I
Boland. oY..I. 87. trade for your
F. 8ALM-Illrne o IS
1 bd ctt now on 1'A dill i fr. JUIn H. : S.Ie Ph. 8418. 13. three e.*46Eoick
N. O.I. 2-4551. alllty. T.mlnl J. far 101 Cn.e. Rdio..b..t. lew U ...rund.. 4 Cne OD
"eNaJn.uae.1 close weekly sh "
Good high
los ACRES- : ONT LIST your property with me Dle .Y. TIRE ON a. Ke1pnleld.hnn fll.b. Dl.. Tr1 en.rlbl. "e
F. .rla. Write full backgroundBox a b.nOa Ola' Used 24 J. number good
unless want HenryReich. fo tc 6' 16t eoa"erble o
yon t sl frota. the**
OUT8TATOIHO BRAHMAN ,wsrsncbjs. t lie town Consists acres Broker. 1 8. 2-10 14 SSt.r.LE TelepboB 8. On. 281.CLI91 eJa c.r t al Holly-Rob-
CHICKENS and Gardening- special DeLuxe 2do. t d.7
390 a mock puta. grove: acres heavy ATTENTION FOLKS-We need listings couple children : deD son Mo 2120 8. Orange Blossom
on paved .3 ple1r wit D CRANE-2 2 Ven tb.hoL 19.
'IU and businessopportunities. ,
Polk Co. for homes It anted. Man to chickens wC winches h R. S. E".n 1 Cata Ti
set A dte da. complete chicken equipment small Cd. M"K.nJ.BrkIr. garden and do grove work. Woman csble. raise and 4 i321. _.
.1 t prl .r. 12 8. 2-75. i for part house work. Modern 'Wt b. 1.Ir for Sale
.. U. i can be CHRYSLER-1941 convertible sedan. 76 TrDer-Trck
Well G bn Will cement block boos and most o a BUYERS LOOK for Bal.1 In the cottage oa lake pronde WriteP. Chevrolet.. 115 Ho1e.. 8295. R. S. Evans. 6G W.
land, .1 aU B.meat List D.Y. Only I 0 Box 595. CIront HoUr A ve. 4321.CADIcl11.. Cat AUTO CAR TRUCKS-Now .n
M ctt Ipe lake. On Electricity. basement la for civilian use. Also .
meat and .1enL Brahmancows 'o p.ee ro.d ww.Broke E. Jefe. C.ofte.. WOL PSE elprla"e p.ur.Ce.1 TLC TIKES-Four 0.5 I model 62. sedan; ply of p.r Orlando Truck andWelding

: 3-8 .a.l. 20 two Peer old S Hal Dean with Bettes Investment ment DavieS Dy Snle. Ee..t .o. Amelia condition ph.: 4813.slee.. p OWe going excellent 82095. Paul condition.Dry- Co 1020 W. Church fib

heifers. 10 and five yonn ACT NOW Ust your country IOr 32.
The 8. Orange I
Co. 25 W. pOP YOUNG MAN-For purchasing department. TIRES Good of aU sixes LIUe Vl.le
Washington -
bulls. Most wonderful opportunity for & city with D without delay. Ha. Blossom BANTAM TRAILERS 117. +
foundation herd. Entire- proposition I buyers waiting. M. D. Realtor Unlit opportunity on hand. B & Service corner Tr.1 steel heavy .
B.IO. .
may be bad anon 29% cash payment Phone 8513. 30 E. Church phone 48. with N.tlODa Must be Boone and .."bol CRYSL- 1940 'Windsor- 4 t.ce t any car. (gals at 8165.
; lone on t3 responsible meb.nl"ay tele. preferably d.r s.a. A 1-. car. P W. Phone
I tr ba CAN YOU HEAD on leo 6 CUa
tb H.nd.rtl )k.rn. Energetic 74. Antos-Trailers WantedANY phitt's Ca L SOO W. 4321.CBE'LI91.
the Now .. _
; Alto.-2.480 acres Klssimme* Mol 51 Business Property for Sale We wa buyers i te !business and trading and .rsve. 5as values. : 'I IH-toa. stake

On of the best small property and citrus .r."e.bt. List your tune position .d".lt..a.. MAKE. 1948 or '47 car. I w CHRYSLER 1936 sedan: 3$ 8179. bY. .i Cmb. C.r Inc. 904
this area. On paved hlcbway; good AAT unit 'arhe g roves with us today eihr wt Ll for 1t For a- pay up to 85.OOO for the right oal. H. Pboo 2-521.
house and sood pens best .aeIment .p New cars urgently needed. Martins
new located l .
or 1940
b b.uUfay I.t. 0 pomtment can 24591. A CHEVROLET 1935 V
1.Iye wltou& Lu1 Dl. CHiVROL C.anrlble. tea pick-up.
of fences: rch blk land; good returns plus 27 St. Used Cars. 101 N. Msin. 8409. ; has
115.5 Broker Pn. l.atlal ID Good exceileat rubber.
.ra Font. Dle on lr..l.ke. room apartment for own 1 812. 66. Sales BUICK later ;and c c a good radio and
timber. Help WAND T 125. M.r. tsd Caa EquIp Wit
1 Rti-McOlll. Realtors. 128 N. Want buy Olds 101 N.
should Jt really this (.nl WS WILL MAKE .TO a cash offer bttr. V.la 611. and buy It for 8495.
fine wen itr' I, allequipment. ATLANTA of zoned Within 48 hours price is mbt AWNING or Venetian blind salesman. or Pt.e. W. Coloia. CHRYSLER 1941 Saratoga club R. 8. Evans. 101 W. Central. Phone

I.t r.ah bred .n, .V-0'L running on any 2 to 4-bedroom home t O Exprlaed Call 2-0963 for .P CADILLAC WANTED-1940 t 1947. co Excellent eaeUo.G 5296. S V.aa

registered Brahman cows. 3 through to Division St. Oil companies lando. William Mathews. phone 8L plntm.nt. Must be clean car. Stivers. 6 West t p.la& Ji C.r DODGE-1941 Pick-op. Perfect withIn

old and up. 1* calves and two prlre. building supply dealers ware- Sam H.t"hll.. 2O6 8. Main. MR. OS LIQUID FERTILIZER; The Colonial Drive. I nc. 904 N. O.u. *. Dial and wtout Yours If you harry

bulls now being offered at mo rea- hous and storage f Look into Red Wagon Lawn Service has openIng HOUSE TAI WANTED-WU1 allow !- DESOTO-1941 4-door sedsn. Very for 11.0.R Evans. 101 W. Central .

.bl price. Bee C0 on this. Priced rbt .me Hackett.Realtor. for local distributor. Prefer manor $ best 3 room trailer clean car. 8995. R. Evans. W.entral Jhon. S V.n
S 6
". 2 miles of CarsleBronsoa Slb.Blvd. -OpposluACLRR 5 TO 10 INQUIRIES DAILY firm engaged in I.uds.p gardening offered in exchange 2Apt.house C A.. U21.DfTD1M6 ._ FORD.-1947 1H ton long wheel
rleh t.t south of Ks-- Dpt.M '58. maintenance .Utd of worth $2.7SO. :terms oa Deluxe 4 door truck. than loo miles. .
slmmee. Ptock For good ".lul. tn hence and real Write C. H- lne. O. desired. soil my adAD L "el
.en L. ton's
200 new blinIS b.ll"e I WI radio and N. Orange
phone .. Puld dme C.r$ .
Brke. 8 North Cou 8. Railroad L-I5 property. monl7-maker. City and country Ba Jacksonville.REAL f.ml.r cheap. C .T.fL thIs before you dial 24601.SIDER.AL.1939.
Ildinl t ar. wanted. Post exeelen' b.r.lD S
'1. Olldo Fd. i Idea for buse.. Orow sec propry ltmn With the lock of closet space here, I will NOT cut this I I registered.ESTATE Sammle SALESMAN Francisco.-Must b Of. R. .Im DIal Cars. Ie tretrf"k: ..u17eU

Lots for Sale 'lo .. .tme. Street Rat7. 318 K W. Coll tor. Rm. DONT GET Sell 9 Cne 25: 8695. Peb.' 28
4 M ..me Bear Lake. phone tree down! 4 Central Arcade: 7407. CAtH your ea DODGE-193* 4-door sedan. Shiny f& amUr. IU5. be seen

A BtnLDTNO LOTS-Select your Home-] CLOSE 21.-Guest boe. Nicely fur 2.178. (R ETAT SMN-eD .Ifor Pr. dr flrIr. Open, 'all black finish original upholstery 123. Prd. Do C."al Foun-

site now in the attat. D- nished. 6 _r.m.. fine condition. m.. tke OrI N. Sd.Y. Colonial. Call 0. good 'Irs. smooth rnnlnl. mot. dr. K.lr dil 2-183.
dread Country Club Furnace heat income; on itREsULTb 60. 4. Female Dex few months boer K1 nea. 6545. J"o 4 pickup. Perfect
elo. .I list your property Badness Opportunities I[ 6 Help Wanted- I is ... proposition for A Dial FOR1t endtO
C1 to lb.l Investment of 118.5. 63800 will with Tom McElheny. Broker. 1407 G rlltmIn. Ayl. 471.DDE1939 1orUa see at 3
a a. Box S-Star. .
Cash orterms. I handle. L. Dunn.Broker. X. W.sll.tD St. Dial 2-3937 and BEST PAYING short order restaurant NURSES-2: In supervision. Baas Coupe. Radio. Z"hl A"Inu._
Jane Bros N- Main; dial > Brown. 2-1269. ask epreaee are. capable of tires. Jim ,
Z I. Tom in Orlando. Located heart Good or withoutmaintenance. SALM-Wbo .o FORI1o tea pick up; stake
7559. __ ___ ___ of Cumbie Inc N. Orange; .
CENTRALLY Bllne. business entr. equipment 561 al Isr.D. C.r t b been well taken can
L.T UJ.t B. s.r. THE FIRST TiLlS
and for following SC dial of; Ford ton pick
LOTS la College Park fast Property. 10.let 60. Business Opportunities a .a I pl.c 14. H : UP.
BlE A fins ground floor ._ee. 2-rear renewal $25 SECRETARY-SORPE for EustisLeesburs.. D.la. Sanford. 4-door Perfect The best buy
WI 865. w.
business Ju Yes. top price for DDE1131 &G..c
dlr long lesse. Call on D. Slag. Broker. Carter. permanent Mr. Winter Haven and .tUI your ear s. % pick up. 8945.
investment or a b..I.loca I ALTAMONTE SPRINGS Business Opportunities .menn .ld plUol.. B.eh Evans "World's mb.Dea e.adltl. Looks good 14. Kr. Ua
o Realtors. 70 E. V.Suitors Claude Inc. Manager for L.e. .
ton.. Only 11.5 lbr.l tn Macruder Arcade. -Contact Homer Sewell. < Centr.l Phone A I WolI. Wole. 5U6 Wrt.. Box S.le Orlsndo. D.l takes only one trip pre.d rht. 194 Dodge motor 101 N. Msln. 84.
& with Secretary of Altamonte Springs C.rr. 1511. SWITCHBOARD 3. yourself further rounds rent1 laa.ne. 01 Used Cars. GLIDER-1941. Sleeps 4 e.
Boland. Inc. 873 N. Oranse; ; :'I Chamber of Commer. Altamonte LAT ON 1-1 NORT-New ed. Experience OPEATORW.nt: SALESMAN-For soft drink rut Iot "t as today. 12 arl.nd 2-347. bfu inside and out.pp 13 B.u do.

2-4551. CHURCH 8TW..-Toward Orange Springs. Fla. Winter Park taldla. em- thoroUlh knowledge of Orlando esentlal. -. ( preferably married between : FORD 1942 4-door sedan. New $ per moth Why rentS

b. a Blossom Tr.1 G residential 8-8394.- Also Broker affiliations. b Idea for trailer p.rk s Young lady between twentyve 23 and 3. Box 570 8-Star DrIve In to any ot our I : paint. Clean throughout. 8895. R.. Frank Reed Tie Sales- 201 H. Or

.BEVERLY SORW.at.u property for imidlate ASPARAGUS FERNERY-$ .p.rent location for r fi sod thirty-five pnfIrd AP1, SAM WANTED as factory locations or phone 5296 OrlaG 8. Evans. 60 W. Central Ave.. 4321. i snse Blo T.I.
few I rU development to b.la. 13f.frolt. acre fernery and 2-bedroom home. liquor store or both. Exclusive to Mr. Mer.. City I rsnt.tl.e. for Orlando and "np FORD .1938 2-door HOUSE
now I sedsn. I
.bl your on Church Going with Prescott V. Steele. Brok- t to sell G TL 19 Ca
pr. Orlando Phone Casselberry 783. CasselberryFerneries. : top qualIty aluminum motor body and Interior la Stream! ,
.-. 701. future. bm. I at.115 good tr. Tradewith e. Dial 2-108. You will not r.r' I SALLUSFr .lull Apply time work ".sm.at wadow. and our line of I SEE US BEFORE YOU youIcar. celleat per e-. complete. good 'o new
pl.e" dely. W.ltr tho e nd SE cdtlD mebaDny cdit. t
W. Rose l". Da't W. aD. .; I 143 N. Main 2-l6t L.. G Rat. i t1l. 18.8 will .I"et.t tb I ion dek lt 8. t. &e C.lor 1 specialty bou..re.gift &op.nd Sure. sop around you I Ican fet N. 154.. R Enn. Priced to.s IUlek7.. Vi Loa
0".no juice 3356 J. .i BUSI OPRT aJe TOURIST Or.l.e, I itm. J.er. for your bf.r. you set I tO Orange 471. Tr.U.r Pold.
i 112. 2-108. 5 CURT 36th- 0 Oa.eBlom Librl. eomll. Exda5" set our bid too. C.ata Florida FORD-..-1939 4-door sedan. Packard HOUSE TRAILER-Palace
Steele. Tr.l Strt to Must .I"t. particulars regarding Motors cur Garland 1937 *. aanal
SALI&R.dy wl.r. Jefer 4-door sedan. Quick sale. 3 old 25 S
DOBSDREAD COUNTRY CLUB seetion i ouse. tavern. etc Pr.I moat p1 t sep
hf e.blns woman. Pee B. Hasan. Ph. -
-large lots low as 8493 .ytr. EDOEWATER DRIVE-Nearly aew i furih.Doing whale of a business. .eapreDee. Al.ler.Uoa. Ornge Aluminum Products, Ft. LauderdaleFla. ,. L Gas 8tUoa. R.b' of underpass lO 4. fuY elpp "895. Se
I store and showing ii BUSINESS-House and two lots. Inure M.ul'.13 ins Norh. Old
Pay monthly. Have lot pad I bud. l.sd for quick Immediate e A"e.SECEAY. M.lt.nd.PR TDer Cap. E
building materials rtlm. F. location. i at 208 S. Park Winter possession. Terms I WE NEEDS CARS to rent. W* pay 1946-Business Ilk. way of P.tb.al.
For details see with Park. 1 dee S for law offices. NTIn.lde or outside salesmen top price for late model tup
Owner cars. Drop Fully HOUSE
Property la this blab .o on E- Mar.tln'p TRAILER and
; to Increase .: I O. Myers. Realtor. 29 W. prml. short bsnd. typing I IpellIng. 1bolesle and restaurant by and let us you an Used Car EalpD.. 1165.. read to 8225. Fre
section l.bound :Dial I BAR-PACKAGE STORE-Restaurant LARGE CORNER-lot. &from highs Not over 40. 809 equipment business covering theState M. R. Coxe ma. ofe.S. 8409.FORDS go. Inque Sndens !-

-in Buy t.y aa of : 1638.GUT I on Hwy. 17-12. Also 2-br.I wsy. 11 rom bou. baths. Csnbe Bused ldg. Met.1 of Flord.. Dr..II. account and N. Garland St.. Ju-U-D"el .-1936 8d.as Rebuilt motn. "In 1kh.r.HOUSE
H0U81-Closs in. Best buy .
We bungalow and 24.USE
1.a. b" l.uUful i cbl. house with .. Box S-Star. Stomp down ones: 2- I TRAILER-exceptional. Cost
Jt. right the golf eun. ; 6 bedrooms emplet Sanford_ 1175-J. good In"om. 2 car garage; poultryhouse. SORH Hour 1 t I 4-door. 8265 : J. R. Smith 1 83.185. Birch
Water las and bus ." ly I furnished. Immediate "lOl BUSINESS LISTINGS ; I all have week. M. A CAR EXCHANGE-Used cars 33 E. Robinson.:2 frigeration Inter.r eletc.n
P."e. Carman Jt BI.nd Owner, 83.500 cash will handle. Harry Heth I Harlow G. NEE Special BaUdn. at meta Randolph .f. d rew.. 428 N. Orange An.SfCREAYRfCYONT. 67. Employment Aeneie .ut. See us before FOi sell FORD...1936 1 features. S2JOO. Lot t.lda m07
2-door 13.
Orance. Bi Broker I C.lnl.lw.. t: Pedrck.. Bu Ave.. 858.. for i a We high cash pric*. 2 W.. This Is an Da ad.a. Trailer Park.
2-4551 28534.EAST Vogue Be.dQu.rr.18 1936
BROWNS Wsshmgton.
; "Inlnl" Te.ter. 2-4769: EPYE AGEC- Phone 2-2882. excptloa.17 ce.a
1 WANTED-Financial backer for TeJpbOe automobile. N. HOUSE TRAILER-Vasabond deluis.'
: HOUSE 6 bedrooms. b.U between 10 and 4.STORHER19. Rp..tn. Us C.n It
and ba.ln. OUT Close BEAUTY PARLOR Unusual buy! rom studio. Investor gets work come Central. If NO ONE COULD WA MORE Gal.nd: 2-4347. 2'Venetian Blind carpeted. 81975.
SIK.ldenc prent t 115
lots. ur tat.. Check i nice lake. To settleestate. a t 1 let income. 3 yr. ron traL B month fo yon want 6326. an -R- S E" P.1 we and bx 324B. Old Apopka Hiway.
Vlth H. Jones. Sacrifice at IU.o. tlr. 578 S-Star. buy your ( .nUCuly. PR111 14 u-.b lust N. of
Assistance re.rdle Fairbanks Road.
A. Cay'R.d. Bell with Estat: Two-operator. shop. 12.75.0 In- efleen' Sret.n. COLLINS EMPLOYMENT SERVICE ad.1 :;
.a' sparkling .
84. : Lal. Pine: P.rrl. Ra LET US SHOW YOU this first class I I to. prident. expert and Narl' Registry. Stnogr.ph since w* It to ; at City Cab Co.. 243 8 Or.11 S.. .
31 1.
equipment and Inventories. location. Filling station with Gulf b pr.nlnt ers bookkeepers ne.IIs. HOUSE
dade rsdent Ph TRAfl.ER-.27
RREST Subdivision and tTlst. See Ellwood
H 2-4591 domp.u aUer. E"n st :" FORD 1946. Show new II 2 f TleeUt
gas. nice and l.STORPH help. W. rom esceUeat
garage co
.rmont ex. blldl. .m.1 78. 4 Largest 4OO way. Sell finance dUo
R"n.l rb'
8.bll.1 Come by and see me for aU details. restaurant. Pumps J e"en
Chit .n .ldI. PARKER Orange. dial 4771. TraIler
I 62 W. Central Ave H.rt.
buldl. I. H.mpt., GUEST HOME of neneae. bedrooms Highway. Price drastically SEP.lC SU"naPontllt.
5013.JOREST Brokers.. J. O. d large JY. room; other; No telephone ton.Uol Ack for for a sale before Arr 1st.ruce. can If 2-1287 you ;want 32 work Pine.or le Jd FORD -. 1946 convertible CP. P.rk
electric I Be. Jim .
.pJteal Davis. Realtor. 1O4 ; 2- and an around of- Cumbie Cars '
.uw.Ue furnace. Entire Thompson with Startle Williams. 1649. .efena work for GET CASH J S MINUTES If. Orange.dlal2-4521. t! HOUSE TRAILERS-1946 Pa
house .o 69. Work Schooner. 3
C I 11 lard. le.t cspable young lady with established WantedFemleBKKPE FORD 1946 ro. li. De.
WE CAN OFFER REAL good values ennrlble. maroon flnI beautiful home
Realtor. 21 W. Washington pay any make model .bel A
Street. Starting 84O weekly 'o ish black
week for urgent elsewhere, in most any of bu.m.s yon concer. 1.1.n accountant. o r.dlo lPt.bt :I 3
bu.I. tn general car. No delay or Drive ngbta. Strt. ro a eplct
Most desirable location between Orlando will sacrifice for r reek l.r"1 or .m.I "Sp.k t Wrie tllu. exprlel"e. education t. Experienced. Desires state b.r..ll. 1215. Jtl. F. 21- ,
I .I. Rae Phone Spiegel" .. P. O. Il your ad buy Green at 343 br.ies .o t T
and Winter Park. High lotsoverlooking sen.- here's your- baby! with 810.COTM Whiney Box .rella. preference permanent emplovment. References I if* worth the money.DON'T trailers an' eaeUt bra
beautiful Lake Sue. Be* 1 Swaid. Louis Oeeilln. Realtor. 14 I Re.ltn. '0 Metul BIdg. 2-3269 211.STENOAHMa& Reply Box 569 S-Star. FORD-1946 Business e.ap. Rsdio. for cash or you .
.this property. Reasonably Exclusive : H. JEWELRY Btarllng-Alezander spotlight 'o.Ulbt. eta down payment and assume the
pre "a. 2-1H D.ntw. 61. Bank Loans PRACTICAL NURNI.ht. only: 1 Koton. 11 I' A good .er. ;: Ph. 2-1662 between 9 en.
with Guernsey a 0..i es.bUhed bual" r.- p m. until Orangs Aye Phone 187$. th. .ld age tr.c.
son of Mr.T.t 81650.
of Used
lac. Brokers. 4196. Hi. bas at 2.1759.YOUG 011' C.r. 242 J. Oranse. LUGGAGE TRAILERS Hew. 2wheeL -
mw.y ness call Georgia von INSTALLMENT LOANS cost yea lee, be thor '
441- with 4-room I 186 2-81. Very cheap. at 139 E,
10b6 ft at First National Bank. Compare experienced LADY-Wants work do at New S
house R.ltor.JCIC t Hampshire Ave.
: a and Equipped with
; 83500-d.ldy W. t.Uer campsite. REPAIR SHOP-. these costs. When the loan Is for In general office work Duties consist NI"I writer quick at flar.: LOSE MONEY! W* .I pa::y FR146 ad.n ..
LANCASTER ft. front I Broker. I get 8 of rapid shorthand Box 566 full vain for your .e.rl. This ITnARI96 1H truck
8 8.34S t
PA-15 2217 Edgewster near Orange Ave. Rent. 100.7o 13P.nent .eer.te Sa.YOUN D' a low miles cr priced
: and & Lk. Lancaster 4515. 1 D.towf coca for $999. C. B. .you get 139P.7cnt letter writing filing b.pl' WHITE LADY with VIe yr.- hesitste see us now. Olin't Used Car I Used 142 .rhL lke boy and t. 111.
: 12. I .
; HOME AND INCOME Enmhll 242 N. Oln'a C.r. at
*3500. 600-ft. eer w -Choice 104 E. 2- I 200.you get 186P.yment record and making small payee wishes housework. Experl- Orange Ave. Phone 281. J. InQu. J e Cd. Wo
orange t 11'0.) UU to.Frl.he. Two .P.rent 1649. .efersD. 1 300.you get 279P.yent 25 i weekly. Unless you are a willing enced cook. Can drive. FRANK REED really knows how 2-34. tn.
Broker 12 lom. .rm rtl aDt ELECTRIC 9 4OO you get 372P.yeat 33.4 0 worker sober t b.bl.. with food 2-2939. Telepb.le fet the high dollar for your car t HUDSON 1942 2-door; a car you'd EPARTAN-48. 3 r room complete;
I 15. PI. CONTRACTING and repair I 500-you get age 35. do equity. five b prOd to own. Prophitt's Used electric brakes: used t
o"ler. minute
LAE3 lots-Ia Terms. Ann shop. AU equipment and 46P.nelt rlerea"e.. no MIDDLE AGED PERSON desiresDMittoa C.s t Why W. Central. mot
PR It.kea' P. 121. tracts Included con 81000.you get 13oP.net 8334 Hor 40 per week; .al.r wldowrr'a give Give us a chance. Lt. SI 1.0.On.BI.m P
rent Mo
Ber.a B.lldn Above monthly per with ho. 201 N. LASALLE-1938.
gcTB.'E O.t .Bk. a3 .e" stars otbe cODlderlUon. I- orange Blossom 7883. 4-door; extra nice
wydejeet 1ev. 677 Or.n.: a mOltb a2.5 c..h Payments for 15 I to objecl.n t cbldrn. Write P.O. Tr.l
I. 1855. months smaller.Titures party. 1109B. Radio
r.b& ApP1 SPOT CASH PAID for "Odlto. : TRAII.EP.-4arpe aid
Dr.; dial Real your used cai .o P.IL Ph ; e
VItr.n. 13. Kllmmee. 8-
Cia 8. LAKE DOT-Guest home. 10 rooms Agency.wit Et.t iclud. le insurance to pay K.ntu"k7.TSTMu.t P. C See J. C. McKellar. Tour Packard S6 Wlnt Park. wheels double firestone l.rda
LAKE PROIITAGZ-1201150: I furhe 7 large living; 21 Sath Cou. 2-41. loan in de.th The. First be rapid Dealer.. 342 tubes all like
11.5. Im. Property M.n..mlnt. 70. Work Orange Ave. Phone LCL engine: new. E. Lewis.
160x300 ft. to paved road: I rm fra. het. Outld. newly N.Uoa Bank at 4th floor.. .. eaprlenee. Wanted-Male 5147. l. ZEHRbuU&. MurUL Old Eustis rosd. 185. &.
.Electricity available 1.: 'rt ; EAST CAST HOTEL-1946 gross In for permanent resident I 2155.LCL. .o tie.1
W. A. t pDI upper balcony. Beautiful prch .1. This years business 2-4591 for appointment. only. Fbone BOOKKEEPER accountant office SELL US YOUR CAR! We pay his- P TRAILERS-New and used; 1947 American.

dMney leK. Bk 415 Estate property. now resident to date in excess of last Fe.r'.. I 62. Loans Up $300 manager. 8 years for C.P.A. Tea cash prices. Melton's Used C.r 1941 Continental. One 8219. Ankney Trailer
B.b..y 2-14. cannot iook OWr property. Ideally: Price with furniture and fixtures. t I WAITRESS-EapreneId Apply to.o yen ss bookkeeper and office mar I 55O N. Orange Avenue. See this on*. Cnta Fales. Suth Oru. Blossom Trail.

C JUT .& frat. located near Sunshine Park and Au 889.500; each 144.75. balance ..rrnlId AUTO. Furniture. Diamond the Td' Btlra&2998: ..Ir. Box 525 SSt.r.COUPLwht. 2-61 Florida Motor Jefferson U. 8. 11.TUC

W Mi a hl. P tl. ditorium Good income property. Sp at 5%. O. Rencber. : Economy F.n". lo.na. i AYale. as caretakers of BADLY I NEE of 1946 and land Chevrolet_ 1942 1>4-ton.
111.OW cial price for immedIate-sale. IUI.: Brker. 28 E Washington St. : Burger. H 807 Metcalf WHITE COMBINATION Houskeepr .ld Irolud.. with older cars. 117: LINCOLN ZEPHER 1941 to f. ; low mileages da.hel
Best 5OO .o t Bam Johnson Co..I GROCERY-and filling station with ing. Phone.2- :H9. Bad-I and Cook-To live In coup living MB ap.r.t Wadsworth. 615 N. Orange Ave.. sedsn. Very nice ear. 81095. R 'o tires; new paint o t
MANOR nlInUa 20 stock and equipment. B rooms and CASH f.em -II"ald'. Must be good cool I. CARETAKERS St.r. ;- phone 8597. Evans. 60 W. Central A"e. 81395; also -ton D.pr
75 -Quickly made on furniture For home during te
neighborhood. f. fo frt.L3. Harold ItORTHEAST-.Guest home. T? bath 84.000 o"erbed.. .p.r furDlhe. .ut and diamond Or- 1, See Mr. 1.1. Mr.accommodatIon. Summer moth. or pennsnent. D. VARNER INC. wants to buy your LINCOLN ZEPHYR 1938 4-door trade; mo la A-l I.p o
V. well located. Close In. Well c..h lando's K. 330 N. Mm. wife. auto or truck sedsn. New paint 'o Pn. each
:CoDct. .Ct hrh- Ph. 560 Sanford. Fla.mo.I. Hoe P.n" CC. 307 I Orsnte Ave. old son L"lu. and will pay ton : new fo.Completely terms. c .
e A Dice hoe for owner I R M.t"al BIdg. DIal 2-30. : Quarters, and .m.1 salary. prices tmel.tel. D. Varner Inc.. rldltl.4. 15S. R. 8. P.. 07.
of more than 10. This I 1 GROCERY STRo clean stock CASH LOANS WOMN WANTED older women 'o, tar. $5 Sale and Service. 23'' Evans. 1 Central .. 4321. $200 DW buy a ho trailer
PALM ltt&ACI-Bsautlfut IUdl well built and la and be leas ME quickly. lID to d.r door survey work. Can earn W. Central Phone MOTORCYCLE Reed.
-sltei Inks view and lake Cannot b replaced for the ed. Price O. T. Upshaw. Gee. 130. On or furniture. 'I 88 810 a day. For RETIRED MECHANIC From nonwants 2-315. -1945 Ind.a Ce. new F.ak T..10UoW

At prices. C Tnde.Dens price. Lyle with Hen.n prba P.. Box 130.. P.nce Co. 311 I Orange. girdles this lucrative tfor.tl.n coo-r work as ..thm..or care 75. Autos for ped..1 edlla. e.lp 'ror O.4pl.7 tie
oppltI Ciy'H.I. tact pUon. maintenance man a Sale W.lnr.
win. T. M. wdowe. 15 mll Alma. Zlmmer Tandem and .
I Brker. Orange 5;: GIFT M. Mrs.
op. f S8S5.BANFORD. 'T SHOP-One of the best. Well LOANS from Rlload WlaW Box 564 S-Star 8 Easy
SUBURBAN-water; 1bt P."e J. d: good lease; showing excel strict MAE 61O to &O Pak 495.after 4 BUICK-1939 Special 4-door tween I and b term arranged oa an trailer
street: and -Beautiful fourteen apartment returns. Information Pr."y: service. WOMEN 18 to 45 years of Radio and heater. s4.1 Reed Trailer Bales 201 N.
bu in oUleeoaJ. : ate wanted 71. Jim
low _a ta.e. soil; title; buld. Completely far Otto Rasmusen with Ave.Finance Phone Inc..32 W. Central for cfet.r. _IU.I No ex- Airplane Sales & Service' Inc.. 904 N. Orange:.dial 2-4521.Ca. MRY-l9& tor sedsns. Two Orange Blossom TeaL
9857. and heat
IKtBorane Bargain for cash nished. Jones. Broker. 2121 C.yea.ulh perience Easy t"b. Rdlo
NW<>- "01 Michisaa .n. &sek Conway B phone 8744. I I 4J8.GRRY learn. Six aee..n.Iek. .t.r. t TWIN ENGINE ratings on Grumman BUICK-1942 Supr adaaett. Glossy n. Jim Cumbie le 9O4 N.
Wt R.d. STORE and market la: RIGHT NOW For nished. Ideal working widgeon; land sea and ltrmat: black Rio Ea- O.I.e: dial 2121."OTORCI .
men and letr.
TOURIST COURT-7 units. Msln I neighborhood. Volume MON eOldtlon Veterans training. cellent within and .
.BUMMERLIN ST.-.South gid. St. highwsy. Close Frbed I| 81000 a week. Low rentaL A over buy. or alike Acceptance on your signature car tral.Apply Tramor C.fetul. Cen C.uatn Club. Ph Winter A"I.UOI sell 81.595. R. S. E".101 Pe.d. :w -SmaU.1946 lightweight.Imported LOANS LOANS LOANS
Just North of Pl. Out o Peny o rom fo Pc Details in office only. See R.ra 48O f.mlt.r.. Cor.ton. 86. trsl. Phone 5296. CD equipped Efll. .
owner offers 150 L Mai Or.nle AY. YOUNG LADY of S V.n duty tires.
lins 8mee.
.tt 811.1 Potter with Roy A. Miller. 213 refinement as sec
eu M. Wth t 7%. Automobiles BUICK Rugged
Office for Kent 1942 aonstructlon
Pak Crab Realtor. 507 He.a Owl .. Broker. 677 2-4852. a .l and Winter Haven.4OUTOPDwhosgEforsloanbre ret sry. Must be permanent resident S Roadmaster Sd.aett. throughout. BORROW BY PHONE!
New finish Sales price *24B. R. 8. .
"o".1 ; phony 2-1710. 9855. i of Orlando good and radio E. 6.EcY111
GROCZRY.MARKZT-Llving quarters have educstlonsl stenographer background CA-RENAl. INC.-High grade In seat covers. 1.95. R S. Evans. W. Central. Pbene 4321. CAU. US-THEN STOP
SITE-With 14T ft attached. Including plusssistsn't week I N. 4

rid 'rot. Norwl.'. cor Rented for 860 per concrete month dur dupIes. 8. qet oa. Pena.l. Fn.ae. Co.. 24 experience In'buslness to a .ret.f- responsible people. Call 2-1438.or season 5 1 t. Or.l.e Special 0.1 4771.4-door club eOD.. Or.1a IX THE SAME HOUR FOR
Lotdimensions TOURIST Orlnl. 2-3148. !tncK-194 sedan. p.lt O. oWer.
COURT leg .nle.
SITE Summer. Livingston Pod.
L.td in one of the Wolfe. kite. Bx l71 Ave. original finish Mot.n. and .
on sign on $15.000. Robr 8t.r.YOUG THE CASHI
In the r.do $300
terms. Can Wigs Smith owner forparticulars. For 80 of 200 en I Price .rown.and sU.a.rest estate. city: NEE CASH QUICKLY? Get It here LADIES for train- D. VARNER U-DRIVE-IT-Drive It fc* ter. good bnes. 8995. R. 8. .. MERCURY-1941 station wsgon. Just
.at. Fat.1 bat. C.f.t.r. yourself 400 N.
'U. low rates
4671. Hwy. 6 ft deep f. h 0.Tem.. Louise 8. Dolive. own security. Phone .tt.eUY. school D. Varner; U-Drlve-It.; by mile or day. O.nle Ave. Dial 4771. like le.. 81295 R. 8. Evans e W.

WINTER PAK' finest residential 200 'L frontage Dc lake. Pick Washington; phone Broke.. Florida Credit. 21 W. Pae. lit EtalrQUICK education a Mat. Apply at once. Central Ave. Phone le. 234 W. BUICK-1942. sedsnette; perfect eon Central Ave. 4321. Yes! Get cash quickly
81. oa
Robert Dhu Mao- this for only $ C. Golden.; INVESTMENT way e.lt of Grand Morrison's Cafeteria. dillon: private party. Can be seen Enfield. Low you Slraa-

Donald Park at Park and Palmer Broker. 1121 N. Orl.n. Ave. (Near 2 PRPERT-: CASH LOANS Furniture EARN Good Income representing HERTZ DRIV-URSELF SYS- st Mo.r.Mlltn.n" Garage "OORCRnl. Telephone tar*. Auto or Furniture. Can todsrl
hou. P.
.fale Lots new .".Ubl.David M.ltn W1tr P.rk .: .pt.for suitable 'ea cot- note and auto l.n 2-hour serv Avon Cosmetics advertised In Reasonable Worlds lr.II&.auto .ntm. ChIley Foret Ave 5047 after I I.

.Realtor beas" .I.L (J evening. tste. Price for quick sale. 17 I ice. Family Loan .. 501 Frd. Good Housekeeping and ten other with r.t., also Drive truck a BUICK-1947 Sap Station Wsgoa. NASH-1947 Ambssssdor "6- 4-door

TWO LTa facing KUlarnay 8. Balem St.. Lush .. Bank Bids.. B. W. Ca leading women'g magasines. Write 904 eonfd.ac.. Ave. Phone fo mu& .Used. 4.. .la offer bay A. B. sedsn. Radio and beater.
KUlarney. Phone Naomi 816 I" 2-06. / Delivery, .1
Or- Cumbie
Or- Cars
C. Lk. 2-111L D.n Br.d..y. ODer.1 Inc- 904 N. Orange
butu lake view; backs ap TRADE OR SE- Small Income ORANGE BLOSSOM lacdo. JAX-U-DRIVE-IT INC.-Rent a car lando. F.. Phone! 2521.0LMOBII11. A. GFC LOAN COMPANY
.t faces on county highway. property. on lab.. 'U 63. Loans or Jeep; low r.te. every car insured. BUICK-1941
Cine depth 250 feet width 50 private sandy beach. Lot 50x3M w tn.U.t. this site with new 1101.18 '5. Help Wanted-Male 8re men .. No red Radio ang Sup 4-door Jim s.1 -66Hydra- 71 East Robinson Phone 6799
i income
orange and grapefruit I ml from Ol.ndo on fL now oa property baldln.! F t.p. $ dept C.1 2-34. 142 Csnslnc. 904 bntr.. Av*; dial L dition. s.a. belt 0
trees oaks you O.al. N.
wonderful soiL .A.-u-er. .
Lights, Ra. location for beer log further. Present w ap per lw-rt. .Gonr ASPHALT n LYREaprIIe 2-4521. .i 252f.OLMOBI lc 1t
telephone O.I.I
ty tu.wt.0 two left available.of 12 81.000 Coun 1m.p.rlr. WI. Ba trae fO.for Appk.small car. and 10at. not Idud1.tem. h.m. t bueu. bun mor.l.rtnaleu..Call e.N. Orange: dial 24488If Co. OLIN'S for U-DR1n-l. INC.rates.New per day cars, BUICK-1942 St.ton Wao.New 194O. Good: solid;

for btb Brassier. 754 Wilkln- tt are de"e.lal: "nr a.lt.r. 2 W. call 21434..UOMOBI I. week & R.la.bl. b. m.rn 1 25. actual sedsa. Only 8895.
ton .Phone 3-2561. 3060 FT. OPEN FLOOR SPACE In la atr. cabins and St. .nl..r or moath ( enn. U1 mle. Stlvers-Pontlac.
taer W.saltn 62
prk W. Central
Dr"o. .
building In I ndustrlahy T. tr are very easy and striper. I 0. O.nn. 234.STARLGAE BUICK-1939 :
t ruPI- sedsn. For
LOT East sale
on ta. zoned section Call 2-O642 for or PLYMOUTH 1941. Very ,
Co 10 6utb.e.t HOME LOANS-We want I sbr .t.dy. See Joe trade. Lola Battery Shop. .Je
ft. oa to help 515 M. DeLvx sedan.
building Orlando. Could for appointment to show. Excusive. J. Ol Extra good
.for apartments or multiple dwellings. b Rs m.naf.e Ohio. Broker. 108 Court. A buy a home or build a new D"l Co. 115 W. MOTOR Garland St. Only 81095. .1 OIr..
Henry. Broker. tar. bU.la. 1',0. I S We will give you prompt Of- ou BUICK-1939 Central SUnn-Patla&
I W Chorea
.ohta C."In..h. Realtor. 43O8. fire hours 9 to 2 during lerc AUTOMOBILE money. 501 Orange AYe Phone coupe. 5 tires first i Ayl. 1
17-92 NORTH ft. frontage. MO- RADIO AND RLLCTRIC rep.1 shop: 12 Saturdays. First Federal Savings to Must b SHE KA man. 7878. class Debul.l. condition. 728 Vi YOt 1939-New Ipb.ltr.I I AT

ft. deep t large sand bottom lake. IdII _.tlon. priced quId C and Loan of Davis. abr .t.dy. S Jo. I I IIW tr.. 4 dor. 85. I
,5. Country Property for Sate Owner north: must sell. Inquire sale: phone 241247RESTAURANT- E Pine St.Alton. Fla.Orldo 5 C.ntr.1 Co. 1 BUSES BUSUI Us C.n 101 80.I M.r. I

Amoco Service station. 73. Auto Service 1941 CMC Rear PACKARD VERY LOW PRICES
AUTO 1938
> PROPERTY "Sine* .Itnd location. Dln.t O.I..Ye. ply MEC1LUiICEpreaed.. Ap senger Buses. Wayne Body. .I ; completely- a.a 0.1.1p.lat
LOANS on Improved A
.UY Country Homes. Citrus 57. Real Estate Exchanged Grossing 8150 per day. Business1 Orlando and winter properties Interest In N. Orange C.rk. Motr 81 AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Experienced Brakes. Front and Bear Door 1 Radio and beater. 8695 rldtOd.

Lake-He Fat ask Asher property and V everything .. P .low as 4*. Minimum P.rk, Prompt A with me.nl.; prompt ar 1-senger 1941 CMC Bus.Yellow C.ah 2 P I i 60 W. Celtr.1 Ave. R s E. 40 Pontiac 4 door sedan _. __.$79$
R.lt. prbb1 kw. OR EXCHANGE Well WNIOEpreaee food .
15.0. "
Corner Cntr.l and L modern poultry farm near only. Inor.Un. M. service. Btt. Investment. Co. 2 W. .wlnw Veno- tires. .tk. par 234 W. ad Brakes city Type Front PYMOU 112 deluxe t.r 38 Rash S psssenger coup
V.ru. |
COUNTRY PLC OulP equipment for 10.0OO with BIr.a O.ln. .. Broker; W.s.to. 8513RA t.n blnd. Call 2-3. tral; Ie C.D 1-1938 Bee Model 2L7M. 29 :D1 I DW m.t. 195. Poa.
un bd.r wlb Cal3 7 Ford _
677 ten Hydraulic Pak 11. Br Ar. Tudor sedaa $495
I lk. .It 4uplo. chickens. Moer 5-room home. teaanthouse O.llI AY. 155. AUTO RPAI and Fainting. Tbo City Ba Be l leg*
850 per live oher buildings and land: RADIO APPLIANCE BRICKLAYERS first class none formerly the Lone Front EU1e. Frt 37 Packard 4 door sedan _$443
la other side. 572 ft. on paved road for home and financialIndependence. Good location. Rrl &o. ESTATE LOANS Low cost! Buetn.O.rae.. W. Rear Doors. i PACKARD-1937 convertible COUP*.

1 miles from Orlando. S950O; ..17 Will exchange for Complete parts and stock. "aila' build or rfane borne others need apply. Top and Orange Blossom Grand now Ave. These buses .r la excellent eudtlo.1 New paint. Excellent motor. 8375. Hudson 4 door sedaa $313
Speak t* 3-eedroom home In good ae der Pe_ sod .uae. & ,.ae. Tr.1 open and dally Also 1937 4-door with hoc
fm1e. SineL" Whit Inventory. Phone proDy. T. T. for business no deuce we. .
SPllel Realty Co Orl.ado Owner. Box 541 8-Star. o 1792.. P R.t Phone 9696.Bt m.n..meat March They are offered I klUn' good motor. $ J. R- Smith. Chevrolet 2 door sedan $245
,MIt".1 Bids.. Batr. 1 RESTAURANT Or.I. Ave. lore- at Orlando f.r. AUTO-BRAKE JOBS and wheel for sale only because of II Robinson.
tion. Owner will for quick alignment. service. tion of Leesburg Transit lCa. Buick 4 door sedan $185
HOME AND Real Estate Wanted 1-.y W PONTIAC-1942 2-door sedsn. Good
sale. Investigate and make balanced .
furnished ORVBWIU$ .a. 51 _- offer. Mr. me an MORTGAGES on all types Improved with YOU .at C A Writ* or C.I Lb.r T.D& Company and clean. 8845 R. B.
with L. PrydsRealtor. good E"n
rat ct. 5. o experience to 1010 6
.read Ln. small AA'-or more. Also ea Rid.. ..R.bt. 2.439(!. rest estate farms ..adrache. bl market doing a big coburns. P.nae &Sl. Curh. 1sbur. F. W. Central Ave4321.. Some have 1947 tag and an
chicken W. T. Cox. Loan ALIGNMENT Free Inspection.. BUICK
rang. If bungalow. W* Correspon know -1941 .4-door sedan. PLYMOUTH
1941 DeLuxe
crop win go with S.dl.t1 have the buyers. Betty Treat RESTAURANT-Best location In Orlando dIat Conn. Mutual Life Insurance 418 W. Courcti.COMBINATION business. Ph Pomt repairs by expert mech R. 8. E..n W. Central 1101. 4-door sedan. Sp.1 are readto go.

St.terms. K.Bat.popry.&Church Broker. Winter Park. 018.ORVJHOMJBtlE. 1- I etc.for A short going orders luncheonettes Ms 1- Co. 320 N. M.I St. Ph. 22274LAS 2-11. .1e Service.one-stop N.service Orange at G-. U21 1 AY radio Sacrifice. Ph. 4S30.mor and
proplt.n. I.r'
845. List -1T1v__-_ RrnkerftS__ n __. ..___ _. bookkeeper and 3 BUCK 1941 .upr tor sedan. P'Ot-l13 convertible
LAKE FRONT on an types of AUTO BODY and eOp. R. S. EVANS
acres of bish land lone P.r WOR Two tone
man. General p.tU
ideal for citrus. Also 2-bedroom .. Chenault Wt .n RESTAURANT with .o soda .hor terms; low pDI r.t experience Motors Snte St.t excellent wk 49 00 miles. Central crea plnL top. IW u Ne paint .ld nIw

..1..lade by .uWu oaks 672 Btb N. Oraog ...Pa Jeaal.'4.1 nessreason fountain reasonably for selling _. Slk- N.ate snle Harlow Phone G. $FIc 118 I erences first salary letter. Bernitt and "rf- 808 W. Central. .n sne Rb; f.n0 end Pda Mon Also Cutmol'. 'o 8195.*t.er R 1mt 8185. Corner Garland and Amelia"Phone

K..r. .! $672 X.Rlh.r. H.10. HOUSE WANTED-W* have prospects cellent. 6 P Gregory. Realtor.Ia- O.a. AY tors. Melbourne. F.. 0' AUTO REPAIRS-Day o night. Superior CEOL- 1934 sedan. Really 3 E. Robinson. 2-1023 Open Sunday

for modern 5 and 8-room bml Winter G.ren.RETAUANe CHEF-Must be tint class. Apply Inperson me.D Bmb 8 W. Bra. your Bind out of your PACI13 to sedan New
If your house Is for sale can CIltr.1 pocket 8165. J. R. Smith
at Ward
LAKE-FRONT HOMZ.-Bxtrsordlnany! JohnsonRealtor.. lt I. Orange; and lease Wt. AU 64. Help Wanted-Female N.MIIIS R..uaL 703 AUTO SE\"CEe day service on RoblllO 3 I Mmo.U Jefferson Cent.l Florida
palto anl Oaln4.
m.la .
EI.nt hldIle..other line 81. 8pl.UII. Homl.M November. Corner location. Beer Must COLORED COOK-Experienced cars painting. CYSLU3.4 door sedan with PACKARD-1941 110" sedan. 81095. QUALITY CARS
.,11 n c * bU nDrend 2n balancing
b ;
Habtch. beel approved. By owner. Lens I- man. Good wages- Apply I BW rubber. Splendid R. S. Evans. 69 W. Central Are.
.0al : 5. Broker.NOBThRASt..tur HOUSES WANTED-W* have pros wood. Fla. B-ta.pr.DD' releDt Wrt B 67 Cafeteria.COLORED. T.mr I 1ns. or anything eli,. PD Wth and Wthot. Priced for quick
new Ceo.. for 2. 3 and 4-bedroora tlac. 62 W. Colonial Dr.. 22310. W. 4321.PYOU111 44-82 CADILLAC SEDAN
tn Highway. : lots with C.ua It good locations. W. SU.6T- 338 E.-3-apartment BOOKKEEPER .familiar with auto CK-EPlnd Good AUTO PAINTING and Body I Central. 141. 8296. Ey.n.. 10 Spa Deluxe 2- BydramsUc. radio and beater.
.flDI house. & I C.1 14 B furise Owner 1.,11 mobile .ecaatl. Must be expert pay. APp1 "cc. N. We Wok CHRYSLER S do saa R.n l..Good Practically new.
guarantee complete
Ctr. tl 1. NI"boln Reatr. 2-161. I. city and "Ue. fo Cak Sale 1 pleasant; On.e A. -1935 4 door. One of the u excel
Grh; Be Ver 11175 .ae. Jaelen& .I.r. at Flor I In me.all '
"a per 'o in own I short 'n.a.bl P. Ceata cMn. twa G tires; rea- let Jim Cb .. 4S BUICK SEDANETTS
.SOO eoadlUoa. CK orde. Capableandre- paint 1 t
SUBURBAN $13 with terms. Call us for appointment outlining I 1 I. Oly b.ke en.blI. 55 Oa.e D.I Radio and heater. This
About 8 from WANT Clients to see the Inside of apart Address Box 547 qual.tln I & Ho. 2 a I L Auto Paint &Body I CHEVROLET 1M1 2521. car practically
a. .It Orlando winter' DeLuxe : new.
toss oa Park. Shop. 3 I Deluxe 4
bssttful Realtor. Frank 8ta.I AY. Orange: 800O. I YOU-1He door *e-
mm lk with 16'lake.ad b. I.St.. phone 6651. 3& 1.lt. ? Building Crb.PhlO Re.lto.2-110. 507 CASHIER experienced. No Sunday, ECCn. class steady I AUTO WRECKER-Phone 2-3741 for 904 2-door N. Grunge24521.sedsa.Jim :Cars Inc, Cumbie tp with beater. Jim I 42 PACKARD CUPPER

ra approximately I I work. Apply at Clover GrilL J' Orange Ave.
LISTINGS WANTED-We have purchasers I S wrk .Ult b lb and reliable. any auto emergency. BOS W. Cen CHEVROLET_ Phone K 4-Door Sedan
n dlP. Modern 2-bedroom for good homes Coar I 449 8ta.ORV tral Ave. Rambo. "Orlando's Official 1941 Cn"uUbl club. 2521.PACK1937 Radio Heater, Overdrive
C. hrl. a electric ktl I from .It. Also ..Ub.a. TOURIST COURTS white experienced around. < forol' Wrecker Service." eup. Radio .r fin 4-door sedan. Eco '
u.950. djoinin 1..0 89.0. MD KONy-1 Good Kentucky a RWork Ih Aoe Evans Body motor: 42 a CADILLAC SEDANHydraaiatie.
wages. b.rl.t
900( 150 BODY 10mll
homes i acres AND
Jautenwog or T.nr repairing and .o.
and ; .
Carter. Realtors. 70 I For Immediate 8- Orange Blossom I furnished. FNE a 1" 1 Cetr rDlaa. y._ radio and beaten.Almost
School d
E. Central. Phone A. T. M16.HOUSE estates. .ebol Call ; Good location on 17-92 bus. Steady painting. t.t gladly .. 40O R. 115. new.
SMALl. Ross Kay Anderson. 4 5.Oraflee. Park loo-ft. highway frontage and COOKS-2. Short order and sandwiches Top ..n.B Rohde. Be bring, Jh Satisfaction .r..t D. V.re. O.lal D.I 5771.
ce Phone 150 ft. deep. Suitable for : mast b fast and depends- Box 28.HOT. 234 W. Central Pio. 23153. CY8p. Good condition- PACKARD-1-42 Clipper. Wack 41 BUICK SPEcIAL SEDAN '

-y ?road' I LISTINGS WANTED-We ran an. 'i' court to acccmmodat 20 guests tr. ble. 6-day Top wages. .' COOK Good CAB WASHING and polishing by ap icy P rk. 93.CROSLETlS4L. .pret. Phone Wj'' toning finish good tires.'seat : Radio heater a very ale
Epnae. R. 8.
sat"rU*1VOO:.ra.Tr : you efficiently if you r.l .. Only 14. tIn.. A. C. Golden. curb girls alor. furnished ,,I and must refer Patmat Call B J Bm. e.afire 1.15.. Phone E".n. 400 I. clean car.
to sen. L5 us prove it done.Can BrkIr. Are., 'NI.r new drive soon. j ences. Tall Hotel Eustis S..tl. ror and In perfect condi 4T1. .
Or.a"le. B.
669. I b Maitland underpass). 2306 11 ..ka Drop by PACK.ARD-1944 41 O CADILLAC SEDAN
-- T. Hastings. Realtor. 6. Winter P.rk 8. Kuhl Are. Ray's Drive In. || 1 and see this swell clipper 4 door sedan
.i-uhB- =3 I. ..It nice 3 Central Arcade: 4237._R Open FrL Evening. FOUNTAIN GIRL-Experience not 11.LOTE C'nL TOPBe.d linings little car. Price only 8300. R. 8. Beaten rd deluxe Hydramatic. radio and heater.

'tIle room pump tram: bo m.ta r elee- 9 : alU.. Apply t Angebilt OPERATORS.ltu.Uoa ".at I ers.oe: Trim 'o 1 Ivan. 60 W. Central, dial 4321. cit Must a t k. .1 a.alp-nt Jh: A really Dice car.

WU and truck pn LISTINGS WANTED-W. need 2. 3 I Pa-I I 86300; 37i bon per tD.. Lao- ington. : i, CADILLAC-1941 "61" S.Dt. spection- P.t P.r. Yo I 41 PACKARD CUPPER
Jd Radio
G .r.a and 4 bedroom furnishedand WAYSIDE LUNCH-At ZeUwood. sect JYt. I
b.me. I HOUSEKEEPER-SmaU family. News. Laaderdale. b.te. e Bt. 4-Door Sedan
fenced. Johnston der.l D.1 f Is E.. .
da .ae. W. InuDbe. priced for Icdl Good year round bUI1 N.w and private bath on F.. i SlUubr.tt tn A lo.. clean car. C.r O.le. Radio. Heater, Overdrive
'BeD. Street. lease pr.m .
Cafb Myers. equipment long Illness Permanent place. R 4OO M. Orange PLYMOUTH-1941 Convertible
of Orange.SPECIAL .t. .I. Dial 8881 1.ltor. 2 of one partner rUn lw for wantIng for rwht person. heUnt JA aP cook and I Every nook and cranny" of your Ave. D.I 471.C ._ Good rubber motor Ilk* new.coupe new 41 CHEVROLET TLEETUNE
car truck
w.s.tn o
To 1LTG to Good Po. 23.L I .in. o I tee Smooth rua- finish
acres composition en alL I READING TEACHER for Lake < fu. meg assured you. 1941 5 passenger club new top. Your* If You harry 4-Door SedaaRadio.

'1-car 4 room.. moer. frl._te. W AHome grove WINTER PARK-Excellent b.s. deaf child. Please telephone pro '' n"hId. W.1 Safe response P.r. e I a one owner e. fo 8995 R. 8. EY.101 W. Central; Heater. Like Rev
fruit P". rd. Baal your 2 block Park Ave. See 2-25O5. 'M WA".e 2 to 6 for > place parts and bnr Lc new I 0 re with ex phone 5296; .V.al .
tree mal drY e.I 40 NASH SEDAN
B property. Hall Bros. Agency. 112 M. H.u Broker. 150 Park Ave.. Winter i ea. pda 716 and a eU a_ t. Priced to PONTIAC-1938 4-door sedan 4
toe 37 Dew
: W. rD.tD. Orange dial 5189. Pak. ph. 343.ZstTflNQ.weil. LADIES for checking and Inspecting.I' St. o. 692 N. Orange St $ 8. 101 W. recaps, radio and heater- Good con Lots of transport: >B.
P.u e.a Sn. 1310 Edge- I local Ic dis. Ir 8t d Central; phone 5296. see dition. Jim
LISTINGS WANTED-Suburban and over 850O "AOEr cream -18. V.J Cumbie C J 904 H. 39 PONTIAC -f SEDAN
SMALL FARM-Ten acre itch Owner offers wek. D"e. : Practical man' I. Orange;.dial .
City homes. business. groveswanted. retail lo t 1 er I : C IS sport 2-52. Extra ale*
LADY for TUeT .
\ soU. five acres cleared. Cash buyers ready. Write produce bU.ll" for only ter. Efficient dress middle alterations. and fit bb ao.aaUD or equiv- Tle RAn, a. bJk > : fully PACKARD-1946 4-door deluxe Clip

G 2- Sam Hutchlns. 2Oft__S.:. ".Ia. Orlsndo. tt oler. a.a.bl and grow ; .e Box .Jnt 76 P.1 S )lr Trailer Distr. Oel T. .. This only 1115. per. Ri heater fo I.m and

room horn*. b.r rd T Is a LISTINGS WANTED-we have thebuyers will fat Weeks. ti t. r.bt pry. 6t.r.t. tesutuuooal work; NC-Tc tn"r I EPt 2319 Mc. i Marl' tsedCaia. 101 H. ".I.8.: electric P P". These cart gold with a 30-day

\ if you have tb property for G. If ready and r.e. In mental and on Ilm.nt 70 .r r.zb. : CI11 2-door sa oWr. gBsrsntea
Call A. T. Carter. Jameezon .b 73-1. Auto Parts Accessories new: PLYMOUTH 1942
Mr. Wind- handle. Write Box orders- Write P.O. Lk 4 door Jim
br.la.t 527
1,5.0. S Box 1461.
t apply to Orange Belt a.
Carter: Main and Ctr.LFR COMBL'A72ON-Iraller &ta. h Tk eP1 clean for this model car. Cbl Cars lac 904 .,

ham with O. P. B._. R t..1> IMMEDIATE RESULTS-Cist ...tU.n.tu.at rap An e.li PAY. Must WOMAN be wen-For experienced year round andrecommended. TO Ce.OPERATE 730 W. Central.MLII CAR 1Ia received large : Us Cars. 142 K. Gsrlaad: AY. Pn 22L&T.IHI J. J. C. McKZLLAR. INC
powered Can Installed

J, Fin Phono MIX property WU Q H. Kitt- n.tlol t.r Wotvera Rooms and furnished ammonia del. celery.Precoeliac while o Ph J b ; 234.CL1Ml Champion 4- -TOUR PACKARD DEALER343 *-
East .
redg*. Realtor. 1& Camp. Da "or t mile N. to unencumbered mea cm I t 7.at 8 Master DeLuxe 2 do tires aad palM
Phone 2171 of Tiwsvllle BO 1 Call Grand View Hotel. .lt.8 lb. pl1t.21L A Duds I k Station and do J Oraart. C c.b 22 Cars .S .dial Cambio 2Z Cars lac, O4 H. Ctaa*.: X. Oraaa* Av*, Fhoao $14TColI&


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R. I Worsteds
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11 Softly flattering Bemberg Sheers styled for J 4.
+ the fuller figure to wear now and through Singh, ,and Double Breasted -
1z J the summer. Monotone prints ,in navy, green

or copen blue. 6.98Classic 1 100% wool I 32 50 .
Sizes 38 to 44 .,. .

t As cool as'a Spring breeze! As fashionable as
'i'. :. tomorrow! The favored dress suit for discriminating 1
m;:: men! This Tropical worsted suit
Bomber detailed to .
is available in two pants suits of blue a ,
whims. Perfect for C
youthful now and>gray-or gr?a.y with chalk stripes.
1 indispensable later. Fresh / In regulars, sizes 35. to 42. Extra :
'i prints on navy, green or copen 1 pants, 9.95.

Sizes 9 to 15; 12 to 20 5.98Crowning ;




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in Straw Bonnets ':
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Bright new straws in sailors, high s Q
t crowns and rolled brims festively '
trimmed with fresh Spring flowers, Q s
veils or gay ribbon bows and ties. Your '
/ accompaniment to Easter. '" -...:. !' -

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Tailored panties in matching tea- .
, i 6 rose. Elastic tops and band legs.
Sizes small medium & large
It f> 1.00 ; Striped Dress Shirts

3 3 3a 3.98

U ji The Pilgrim qualitv is' apparent in
these striped dress shirts, tailored for f,
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Colorful Ties 1.00


Plastic Patent Fleecy White %)

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Handbag Slipover Sweaters

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Black plastic patent handbags with the ';:i A slipover sweater fitted and white f- ";" 1
versatile charm that has made them all time C..r. : "n and lightweight. The perfect suit companion Little Boys'
Spring favorites. Others in a collection of pastels and-i. for
-or wear under a bright colored I-
bright colors. Wash Suits
':;0;'.' ., cardigan. 34 to 40.

Taffeta Sturdy little suits for sturdy little boys.
Use Sears easypayment Crisp White shirts with blue or tan pants. At
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plan I Easter Frocks t / ES ,
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10.00 Little girls' rayon taffeta Easter dresses ins '
or more selection of pastels and assorted styles to DOES Sport Coats -r + i
please your very exacting daughter. Similar
to Illustration. 1 10.98

Boys all wool sport coats in a selection of
plaid, checks and herringbone weaves-assorted
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Full fashioned hose in a mixture '
silk and lisle. Firmly twisted threads
sure long wear and smooth fit. Other \JJ\ i .
hosiery at 1.85., F Y

White Sandal .

Shop Sears 5.98 2.98 6.95 :, iV.
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Catalog from the Easter Parade to Summer fashion. Little girls strap sandal in white Men' brown calf dress shoe with leather .!
5 to 9. Medium widths. leather or black patent. Sizes 52 to 8. sole. Detailed for style and comfort. 6 to 11. ': -'>-

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