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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 31, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
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regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
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
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 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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NO-715 ORLANDO. FLORIDA MARCH 30. 1947 THIRTY-EIGHT PAGES





Better. Prices- WAR HouseCommitteeWPlansLegislation AGAINST COMMUNISTS SET Big Four Agree \ Lewis Orders Six-Day





For Florida To Set Reich





Citrus Seen T Isolate'Reds' I Treaty DeadlineRelease Shutdown in Coal MinesThe



Industry Must of All PWs


Keep Quality UpI [UP] The House Un-American Activi- Sought by End of 1948

ties Committee plans to turn a "pitiless spotlight of publicity" MOSCOW AP Proddedby All
JACK CURNETT [ ] The Hope of on Palm Sunday r Mourning, Period
in the United States through
[Our Own Staff Correspondent on,every Communist Secretary Marshall, the

NEW YORK-If the Flor- legislation that will drastically restrict, but not out- Foreign Ministers agreed .to

ida citrus industry will hold 'law the party. set dates to reach main bar- I

This was disclosed last night bya Set for VictimsOf
to or evena
present
quality up ThrillersTo gaining decisions on the
Sky committee member who said the
little better level for: the future of Germany.
objective is to expose and Isolate

rest of the season "you can Perform all Communists and thus prevent Simultaneously the British

write your,own ticket" on prices. them from Infecting the Americanway sought four-power agreement on Explosion

That's the consensus of a num- of life. return of an war prisoners to )

ber of New York. Philadelphia and Again TodayThe Rep. Karl E. Mundt [S.D.1. sec- Germany by Dec. 31, 1948. )

Washington handlers this correspondent ond-ranking Republican memberof Authoritative sources also disclosed Ouster of Krug

has talked to within the skies above Municipal tqe' committee said. this couldbe that in a diplomatic side- Also

last few days. Airport will be filled with accomplished by requiring com- show outside the Ministers' Con- I Demanded

While the pack now is not up thrills again this afternoonas pulsory registration of Communist ference Sir Maurice Peterson the WASHINGTON [AP] JohnL.

to the pre-war standards in the first annual OrlandoAir Party members as foreign agents. British Ambassador was conductIng -
negotiations with the Soviet Lewis yesterday called asixday
maAy Instances "it's getting denying of passports to Communists -
Show is brought to a suc- Deputy Foreign Minister A. y work stoppage in the
better an the time and there requiring that all Communist
cessful close. Vlshinsky on revision of the Brit- soft coal mines in
consciousness mourningfor
seems to be a ualHy propaganda be so labeled and pro-
Two*thousand fans flocked to ish-Russian alliance.
that hasn't been aparent viding for a strict financial ac- the Centralia disaster
e the airport yesterday to witness In the shortest session of the
during the war years a New counting. victims starting Tuesday April I-
performances by more than 100 conference to date, the ministers r / ///i 7
York handler of about 35years Restrictive measures will be w ryi the date he had set for a strike
aircraft Army. Navy Marine agteed to try to settle the heart of
experience told us. the until the Court
considered next week by Supreme stopped
and civilian in the first
Corps the German problem by discussing
Probably one of the best Informed committee which reported to
edition of the sky spectacle to be these main points In two blunder- him.He
men In the New York of Congress yesterday that the also demanded the ouster of
brought here under auspices buss sessions starting tomorrow.
citrus deal. Charles J. Nosser. the Orlando Am Vets Post. Communist Party of the United Secretary of the Interior Krug on

the New York Fruit is of "worldwide 1. Germany as an economic unit, / f the ground "criminal negli
president of Brig. Gen. Leo A. Walton commanding States part a / Sys a' tr.
Auction Corp talking about general of the 14th Air revolutionary movement," actingon including reparations and a review klyiI gence" in regard to enforcing
of the level of industry. including
quality said that every checkJteade : Force and CoL William L.Breyton, direct orders from Miscow safety rules.

by his firm in recent weeksmdlcated air attache of the French Embassy and seeking the overthrow of industrial demilitarization. yisf / y Lewis' order to the,
2. The form and scope of a provisional United Mine Work .
that the Florida shippers
agreed that "it was one of this Government .

especially those shipping to the finest air shows they have The minutely-documented 26- German Government. sacred coincidence that :._..

auctions" are trying,to do a good ever seen." 000-word report said the-American Failure to reach common part of this designate.

job-but obviously they are being The Army's P-80 jet planes Communist movement is only one ground on these questions would mourning will be during: 'Holy-

handicapped by the condition of doom the success of the conference Week.."
stole the show with then low of 67 similar parties throughoutthe
instances. so far as Germany is But Sen. Ball [R-Minnl
fruit in many precision flying at 600 miles an world.The committee has con- com-

"people In our market are becoming hour. ducted 'week-long hearings on concerned. mented that In the present condition -

more quality and price legislation to curb Communist Marshall pressed the conferenceto : of the, world. I think It's
Pressing the jet fliers for outstanding -
conscious every day-and the showmanship were the activities or to outlaw the Ameri- come to grips on these ques- 4 an extremely inappropriate me-

packer who builds his quality and '. can Communist Party outright.The tions after three weeks of oratory moraL" He added that "it certainly -
pilots of the NaV) "Blue Angels"with
his pack to meet the demand 1s their precision feats. report; recommended no and charges and countercharges demonstrates again the

the one that will receive the best specific method for dealing with on the entire German problem: power of one man-if he can do
The complete program as presented -
prices. Nosser said. without any marked constructive it"
yesterday will be repeated American Communists. But reliable -

The' one big gripe against Florida today:starting at 2 p.m. sources said the committeehas success. Reports. from the coal fields

citrus in the Eastern markets Col Robert L. Scott author of decided to abandon any, Prospects for reaching agree- left n. doubt the miners *..t>uld'' s

-and especially in the New York i thought outlawing the party ment into a single State appeared'I follow Lewis' directions. 2
-God Is My Co-Pilot who is directing '
area is the inconstancy: of Florida I none too good.It .
and to concentrate
instead
on
the Army phase of the Or- John D. Battle executive secretary -
supplies. Noaser said._ Then bills was understood the U. S.
lando show said today's closing to block specific subversive of the National BituminousCoal
should be come means of leveling activities. delegation was willing to yield
l
performance should excel 7eJiterday' Assn. said "Mr. Lew1a'gran&tand
.
out shipment of food Florida fruit some ground on the Russian demand A XLeadersNamed
v play z z wil11\.Ot bringany
offerings: inasmuch as his
to that this",market, which feeds fliersar'now "in the groove"'togive .V Volcano Shakes for' reparations from rpr No Agreemertt : of those-dead back to life z z "
Herlong Jr.
'than 13 million
rent
more people, production which is the
Central Florida "their best"In [but] will cost the mine workers
would have some Idea of what the Iceland Areas key to the entire problem. Reached To Avert
entertainment in the skies. I in wages upwards of $15'mifioaand
day to day receipt will be. he
Jack Buber. parachutist. lived REYKJAVIK. Iceland [UP] But any yielding on this pointby the national economy as a
StrikeNEW
said. the United States will be accompanied -i Telephone whole double triple that
"Yea can't expect a buyer .p to advanced billing yesterdaywith Mount Hekla. which has been a"dead" Iron To Seek Office For Fund'Drive or
by an stand that "
amount.
two spectacular jumps. volcano for 101 years, YORK [API; ] ,Federal me-
whether he Is a 'few boxes customer reparations
payments from pro- diators conferred for than "And all to no purpose exceptto
erupted yesterday with a roar that more
or one wee buys a half- Others who thrilled the crowd shook countryside and began duction must come after the cost Candidacy of County JudgeSid I seven hours yesterday with officials Leaders of the 10 men's divisions cater to Mr. Lewis delusions of
ear at time. to .
or more a pay
were Jess Bristow. Ed Winn. Al of the occupation is met. Herlong Jr. of for the Me- grandeur. Battle said He -
h*comparatively higher prices today pouring out. a flood of lava and Leesburgto of the American Union of Orange contended

when then Is a dire danger Ludwlr.Kaddy Landry and"Bugs"Thompson choking clouds of ashes and succeed Rep. Joe Hen- Telephone Workers and the Long I I m o ria 1 Hospital $750,000 I the Lewis stoppage Jaa
with their aerobaticsand :
Girl 14
Freed breach of contract" with
of versupplles coming In tomorrow and clown pumice sand. dricks of DeLand for the Lines Department the Ameri- building fund campaign were : flagrant
novelty presentations. Ashes and sand fell at the rate the Government.
and beating down the can Telephone and Telegraph Co. I
Florida 5th District Con-
prices where ho has to take a of an inch an hour covering Of Murder ChargeST. but a union spokesman reported announced yesterdayby Normally 12 million tons of coal

fields and meadows. This. was gressional seat was announced Friday that both sides remained. ada- Harry P. Leu. general chairman are mined in six working days but

loss 20,000 Mile Record more serious than the lava or thegreat LOUIS [UP] Mary Cather- at the State convention ofYoungDemo mant and "no progress has been of the drive who revealed at the I
Florida citrus in Noasert opinion boulders the volcano was ine Reardon. 14. was acquitted .-. made." [Continued on Page I, CoL 1]
same time that the women's organization -
has been doing a "fairly decent Flight PlannedNEW spitting out like: peas. yesterday on charges of "delinquency The mediators had expressed
at OrmondBeach.
crate of than 400 workers I
job of merchandising: in this When another volcano Mount by reason of murder" In the hope that they could help the more The WeatherORLANDO
YORK [AP Pen Manufacturer *
is and for
complete
Laid erupted in 1783. the ashes parties effect an agreement which !r "ready
area" but there is still for to shooting of her wealthy father and I
room Milton Reynolds plans and sand it belched forth coveredso Hendricks t "
Rep. <: could set a pattern to avert the opening of the drive April 11. AND VICINTTTPartly *.
considerable Improvement. "In attempt a record 55-hour 20,000- many pastures and farms that was told she had been "given the : nationwide strike I
telephone
announced with little
mile round-the-world flight begin- recently ,: Those.named to lead the mens cloudy change
recent he "Florida more than half of the island's benefit of the doubt." threatened for 7.
months. said. fling here at 12:01: am. [Orlando that he t z.; :?:: April division comprising more than 300:) in temperature today and to;

has been backing up its merchandising time Saturday. April 5. a repre- livestock the human died population and 20 per perished cent of in A Circuit Court Jury of seven I will not be a ,' f.::.. Members committee of the left union's the confer-negotiating members are: J. P. Branham. Roy night. Tomorrow partly cloudy;

: and advertising with sentative said yesterday. women and five men voted to free Brewton, John C. Camp. RobertS. with few
scattered and
candidate showers
a subsequent famine. No casual- ence at 6:30 p.m. [Orlando time].
The spokesman. Franklin Lamb the school girl, who was charged Carr Barney J. Cohen. Walter
good quality but I believe I
even a ties had been reported. another term. p'I John J. Morgan union president slightly cooler.LAKELAND .
said Reynolds' aim would be virtually with shooting her father J. Vin- O. Daly. James Dieffenwirth.
better Job can be done. to halve the 1938 global cent Reardon. after he found her I Herlong. who said no new offer had been made Randolph Y. Matheny. Andrew J.

The Florida citrus industry record set by Howard Hughes of Sen. Pepper RefusesTo in a tourist cabin with 13-year-old is well known in Herlong by the company and that the Patillo.and Claude H. Wolfe. [API Partly cloudy
needs considerable more dealer 91 hours. 14 minutes. A pilot and Michael D'Arcy. union had not changed: its de-
Orlando was prominently mentioned Chairman of the men's and warmer weather in Peninsular
service work in all the markets flight engineer will handle the Answer Sullivan The shooting which the defense mands. group
Nosser believes. He points out that plane with Reynolds occasionally claimed was done by D'Arcy occurred -f as a candidate against Is Charles O. Andrews Jr-. who Florida was forecast for today by

I helping at the controls. MINNEAPOLIS IAP1 Sen. PepCITY'S Feb. 8 as Reardon was drivIng Hendricks in the 1946 election but CIO/ Auto Workers will direct subscription activities the Federal-State Frost Warning
[Continued on Page 5. CoL 71 per [D-Fla.l declined comment I with Barton Tbornal who has I
the youngsters home. The automobile declined to oppose the incumbent.A Service. There wiUJbe no frost
last night on the statement of I been named organizational head
ast-West NonStopark Frenchmen Fight Duel Gael Sullivan executive directorof died went in out the accident of control which andD'Arey native of Leesburg the Lake Agree on Wage Hike I of the campaign Leu said.A danger through Tuesday, the service -

PARIS [AP] Using classic: muz- the Democratic National Com- followed. County judge is a graduate of the I CHICAGO tAP The CIO Unit- special gifts section alreadyis said.I .

Set By AirlinerNEW cle-loading pistols.Gaston Deferre mittee, that the National Com- University of Florida and well I ed Auto Workers yesterday an- actively soliciting funds under I *
former French Cabinet Minister mittee did not intend to ask theSenators nounced an agreement with threeNashKeMnator
known in legal and citrus guidance of Carl C..Hall, chairman -Cracker Jim Sez:
YORK [AP A United and Pual Bastid. newspaper executive aid in the 1948 presidential -I Former GovernorOf of Florida. He has held his Corp plants fora 1 I of the hospital board.

Airlines DC-6 plane with 38 passengers fought a duel yesterday campaign."I ent post for a number of c1rcle.i. 10 cents an hour wage increase Mrs. Grace Phillips Johnson,I I Them there sand bin whoopln
piloted by E. W. Lamedof i in the woods of a castle outside think I win show greater discretion New York Dies has been active in the which a union spokesman said was general vice-chairman of the campaign -I'' cranes over to Idle Bay Island is a
LaGrange. m. arrived here lastnight 1 fired with- than my friend Gael Sullivan aettin on them eggs a ft
Paris. Two shots were Party and the Young Democrats. a down payment on a further I expressed appreciation to l
NEW YORK [AP] Charles S.
after from and withhold comment. the hatch em out an the
a non-stop flight j
out result. The opponents were Club. II. boost when a national wage pat- the women of Orlando for the I *
Long Beach, Cal, to set a new not reconciled. Senator told a reporter.WALTER Whitman. 78. former governor of tern is established between the 1 : no noise ataU.'
"amazing to her appealfor
New York died last night. response
West-East Hits dead shore
transcontinental a
record UAW and the manufacturers.The .
auto i
!
for commercial-craft of six Whitman, who was elected governor 11 Killed, 83 Hurt signed in Detroit workers. I''fact. that when
agreement -
hours. 47 minutes and 13 seconds. FOURTH RADIO STATION in 1915 and re-elected two CALCUTTA [UP Eleven persons affects 15,000 employes of "This Is the largest drive for them skeesters is
years later died of a heart attack funds in Orlando's history and
were killed and 83 were injured the Kenosha and Milwaukee Wis... i not makin any ,
his wn-in-law. John J. Parsons. yesterday in Calcutta rioting I am amased and gratified at ,fuss; that we aim .
and Grand Rapids plants. and is
Delegation Leaves WHOO said. The former governor had the outstanding of Or- ,
Sentinel-St which continued for the fourth retroactive to March 10, when the response goin to have no
TEHRAN tAP] An Iranian military been ill of arteriosclerosis for sometime straight day. Troops were called company's contract with the un- lando's women to our appeal for )real bad weather,

: delegation headed by Gen. Parsons said. out to support police forces who ion expired. workers. We asked for 300 ; Iffen we have

Hedayat. under-secretary of the AM and FMOpens Aug. 7 were unable to maintain order.Tonight's worken and to date have more .any rains at all

war minister left yesterday for Two Die in CrashNASHVILLE. I Actress To WedHOLLYWOOD than 40t responding who are I they win jest be
the United States to "study and Jr. and will in Orlando Movies eager and willing to help us obtain 1!showers and won't last for long.
P. family arrive
Walter Speight ,
discuss the possibilities of Tenn. [UP] Two [AP] Actress money for a badly. needed
arms and ammunition for buying theIranian this week and Mr. Speight will take over the constructionand men were killed here late yesterday' :OS BEACRAM. 3 14. 9:20.. "Nobody 7JO; 9'40 rhea. Fore'nr.l ." Nancy Guild announced her engagement new hospital win C." I I TODAY trots .

Army. Gen. Hedayat is management of WHOO and WHOO-FM:.for the Orlando I when the light plane in which they ROXYIt: a 'Pleasure,** 2 00. 3 85.S .' to film player Charles Mrs. Samuel Ricker. chairman: Drt.. Mach Tina. Huh 1-83 ....
were flying struck a high tension :55. 7 55 t.SO t i l ,12.28 .....-: lav 25 .III. *.37 p n.Caeaa .
former head of the Iranian War Daily Newspapers, Inc. I' : COLONY "Undercurrent." 2 30. 4:45.!I|Russell yesterday. The 21yearold of the women's. division with Mrs. Mack Txtm. Hih 3.03 a..., 3-3
College. wire and crashed into a city bus 705 0'20.GRAND. I, actress recently broke her en- ......: low ..35 ...... 47 9 m,
Station WHOO, AM or:_ standard broadcast and WHOO- near the Municipal Airport. Noneof : *Preddi *t.ns Out-1* 3.21. ga cement to Edward Lasker Jr. [Continued on Pace 2. CoL 41 ....._. l..... THHi 1 SS .-...
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1 n.. 1025Th* Phantom ef 42nd J 2.31 cm.Io"$30 a m 942 9m
be the injured.
FM. frequency modulation will I passengers were I etno* -- 1 35. 405. e43. 0.23. I I Sun Phase Ri..41* ..43.
British Officer Slain I by Orlando Daily Newspapers Dennis Hall and Frank Wimberlywere RIALTO: "Two tasters J"rft1ft I Boston" LOCAL TCMFEItATVItESKceardetf
operated the occupants of the plane. 2 45. 8 20.. 10 00: -M *"_. Of the Prren THE GALLUP POLL'S LATEST REPORTPresident's >r 0 a. Weather BorcM tUaafcipal
JERUSALEM [API A British Inc. and hopes to be on M-n*.- 1 15. 4 50 8 25 Airport:
officer VOGUE: "Mtr l.." 3 :tO. 6! S3 HM3"Want : ... T.: Wuttmem 14
rmy was killed yesterdayand 'the air in August or September. ,d for Mortar"00. 5 23. 845 1.. ____u_._ 51 1 pa ._ TS
a police Inspector was wounded Charter BABY GRAND!\ : '-Th Great Mlk*.- 3 30 I 2 am ___ 34 I 2.... ,_.. "7
seriously I The' stations are being erected at a .., 1120. t05: "The ralcoa in HoUrvoed.2 .-I( Popularity Picks Up 3 .m 3 pot __ 77M
when they were am- .... .. 19
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bushed by a group of Jews while "I cost of $150,000 to $175,000.and. .y 'ati sfx4. -5. :" ,.4'#" RM-r*: Ifteht Train t. Mraipbto.**:1.:I 1s-__ 551 I > pra pa ...?...-. 7 a
horseback APOPKAABCC On MY Sbealdcr- 1 .11I __ 55 a cm ___ 73
riding near the Ramie ] will use present WDBO studios on
Service )
CLSRMOfTT: 'Cloak and Datier" In National and CrisesI lam ?? 1 ..
military camp an official announcement I Orange Ave. WDBO will be housedin ..: .' 1'7 !' DELAND -The Jotoon StOTT" DRCKA: Foreign Sum 57J IS __ =::3
between *. \ -Grntlraian Joe P.IocK..Dd -BlondM Sea e2 fpm .,.. 67
said. Ramie is home Lake -
its new. modern on c. Knows B...- I bum === etlOpa\ ..n$4
V I PRINCETON N. J. Few in life have -
Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. Ivanhoe. : x EUSTISMfcbty MCG rk." I :- persons political 11 pm --
500. 04I
For the past two years Speighthas / : : :.;" GROVELAND KIS8IMMEE::TmiptaUofl.LEESBCRO DraconvTck.-" had such a dramatic upswing in popularity as President === ? i MidnKBt

been general manager of radio ., -Ablra Irish ROM" TACT -
1947 Aarda D4 :,, .. : ." I Truman. r t WAaBDrOTO"up; Watner'report Btm'l
station WATL In Atlanta. This WM. 'L>Y Honor and OoodbyMOUVT -S<> Of Ute f.' h" I 60 cent of the Institute \ of tcaiperatan lor **._?. in
ion sin 36e LM 7,rt J 4 Jdt31 I year WATL was one of the 10 E -fhuutGRIFFIN n. fANFORDThe DORA Plainsman n PRINC. Today per voters polled by. or .dm._I ....: -
Mat Hi atatA.hevW.
-Tr dd.. ftrv Out" throughout the nation in 10 of La i
finalists for consideration for the ESSOiMa and .." six every say they approve u fl M aph4
eT CtOCTDCI: d r Ua Jon
I I Alfred I. duPont radio awards for WTTTER GARDEN;!." : -Make Mine Majle. the way he is handling: his job as4 AU.nta 13 31 Mall "

0 1 April 1 1lr outstanding He is a director public of service.the Atlanta ._;{tu/R'IL 'o'!:) PALACE WITTER LAKELAND!' : 'Red HAVEN-Draaon-POLK-!lor.: "Lady and PrenUw"-Pa Lack!IwnSasannc" .- President.That represents a 12-point_ jumpin in to possible a good deal reasons of to speculation account for as Boston AU..Ue CIty 4 6Z 47* 37 30 32 M.D"8anal.lhalD Mobile Mo.0"'v7'-5--.n.

: ." BoffalaBorltactoa 37 30 hew Orletu n 40
Advertising Club treasurer of the LAKE: -Bal Steep. and SOUI popularity since early February
the rise. At least two reasons 42 20 hew York 13 36Chsttas
."
> Jiw 7b." '''' '''IHUl' famous Atlanta Variety Club I I On. Tesaa XI and a phenomenal gain of 28 per- seem outstanding: I 'N .M 24 NorfolkPhfla4 .! 32
secretary-treasurer of the centage points since last October CJ uI. 41 32 tooi 532
2' 3 1-The President's. firm handling -I|I CIJIc1DAati 34 I Pboeam S3 M
Association of Broadcasters. a when the presidential popularitycurve of John L. Lewis won him Cleveland 35 31 PUUeurthPortland. 49 33
member of the Advisory Board to I BELGIAN AZALEAS reached its low pointIn I Ii !I Denver SIM: .***. 34 14
7 8 9N 11 12 wide approval. The first big rise DMrvitDulaUi 3* 31 Bhrhi: and 63 MSS
the School of Journalism of Emory the five months since Republicans in presidential popularity since 25 !. 8L last, 42

131401) 1? 18 [Continued on Page Z, Cot. 81 ,i>t EASTERAzalea won control of Con .i the November election was during JacksoarrfllcKaiwai CUT 11 71 40 40 Baa.PraaeiacaH AatoniaS 77 14 &S*4
19
gyms Mr. Truman popularity January after it became apparent Key Wa 10.1 iian.aa U 37
....... I with the people ha almost I.that Mr. Truman showdown i itContteved Kutnll n 3J' t\Ie M 44JJ
ZO 21 ZZ 23 24 25 26 ..lite aepa1rBr.! GUJ' abed.i j P. SPEIGHT JR. Shop at Casselberry doubled. male Rasa 58 U Tampavtck 63ra
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Dewey
JULY 1945 City'sRadio Fourth ,


Lewis Calls TrumanStalin Seen Topping

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If GOP Bid i Race Station


Work Stoppage Conference UrgedWASHINGTON Pray WASHINGTON [ UP] Gov. [Continued from Page II
Dewey of New York and Sen. Taft

[Ohio] rapidly are emerging as FEE.1946 University, and a member of the

[Continued from Page 1] [AP] A personal conference' between b leading contenders for the 1948 TODAY Atlanta Kiwanis Club.

{the nationwide shutdown Tuesday Marshal Stalin and Pres. Truman to iron out differences rk. Republican Presidential nomina- 6 Before going to Atlanta Speightwas

through Sunday actually will coct between Communist Russia and democratic powers was k r (ZoPresident's I i iFEE,1l4T for six years commercial'

far less than that. Tuesday wouldbe i J,: urged yesterday by Rep. Mundt [rt-SD] of the House tion.Sen.. Vandenberg [R-Mich.] APR.1lli manager of WTMA. the Post-
a holiday anyway as the anniversary Courier station in Charleston S.
would be
Foreign Affairs Committee. a likely compromise can-
of,the miners eigntUourday. C. In Charleston he served a termas
didate if Taft and forces .
1 The Navy earlier ordered two Dewey 50#
k II
of the Charleston
brought ,the nomination ARr1l4 i president
conven- 48
_. The religious holidays Thursday battleships and two aircraft car- Junior Chamber of Commerce was
| and Friday also would cut Pepper Blasts riers to Northern Europe this sum- t tion to stalemate. president) the Charleston Sym-
43 I
Washington gives
consensus
%
[ down production. mer on a training cruise which I. phony Orchestra Assn., and was adirector
former Gov. Harold Stassen of
{ Lewis said the shutdown will not will stop short of any Russian # innumerous other civic
U. S. Aid Plan waters."I g Minnesota only an outside chanceto OCL1l4i '
:Violate the Supreme Court order i and charitable organizations.
obtain the nomination. Stassenis
which directed him to withdraw feel that only through such a Trwi.r's P.plrrltr 3 The Speights will reside at 1004
)Jtils notice ""terminating" his con- MINNEAPOLIS lAP] Sen. PeP- conference can we secure the the only avowed candidate so 32 Vassar in College Park.
$;ract with the Government-the per [D-Fla.1 said in a radio address clear-cut outline of the area of far.Taft lAN.1lIT I I
for a strike-and to issue [CBS! last night that Pres. agreement which can and must be : contends he will make no
Signal
erred "In and definite decision of his own candidacy Bogus Check Suspect
no such notice again as long as Truman by-passing developed between these great 4S i
Government operates themines. not acting through the United countries in the critical field of ? 555 i until after this session of in Miami
'he! Nations" to seek aid for Greece International relations." I Congress which Is expected to end I Reported

i He said the memorial shutdown and Turkey."If I by mid-July. vote for Mr. Truman the Democrat DAYTON. Ohio rAP Police
a AdmlnIstration'sSUO
He said the
is authorized under a provision ofJus it had been only relief for million measure to help Shortly thereafter it Is 'ex at the next election.A Chief Elias Quinn of Fairfield said
1941 contract with the private Greece the President wanted of Greece and Turkey curb Com- A. pected that Ohio Republicanswill better indication of the elec- last_ night he was "pretty sure"that
Operators which Is carried for- Congress the Senator said "he munism amounts only to action n begin their formal campaign tion strength of the parties today a 36-year-old man wantedfor
trard in the Government pact. It needed only sends request to Con- "on the fringe of the Interna- in his behalf. PopularityPicks is another separate index kept by worthless checks which might
gress in the usual routine way. the Institute. In this, voters of all total S100.000 now was at Miami.
toads, : International Union whether be wanted to use the tional march of Communism"Consideration Dewey also is holding his fire parties are asked: "If a presidential -I Quinn said he expected word
The x
x x
:
I designate memorial periods funds for relief directly or-by the must also be given and Vandenberg repeatedly has Up, election were being held today momentarily that the wanted man.

|providing:nay it shall give proper United States or. the better way Mundt said to "analogous cases said he is not a candidate. [Continued from Pare 11with ] which party would you vote for-i|\identified as Harold M. Lawrence
the United Nations. Korea 1 Some Republicans are thinking the Democratic of the Lawrence
to each district." through such as Iran and Iraq. or the Republican owner Motor
rtICe "We can give Greece all the China as well as such other countries in terms of a military candidatein Mr. Lewis would yield results ?" Sales Co. of Fairfield. had been
action followed the discovery find 1948. Sen. Morse (ROre.lsaid ,The index has
she need and give It which are soon likely to ceaS proved highly arrested by Miami police.
aid
during the day of all but either directly or I themselves in a similar situation- Jan. 14 that Gen. Eisenhower 2-The Administration's pro- accurate through the years. |I
promptly
of
one of the remaining bodies through the United Nations. The namely Norway Sweden. Finland could defeat any candidate now on posal for a showdown with Russia The latest results reported Viper venom is secreted In a
in
the 111 miners killed Central an explosion difference is, if we give It Italy, Lebanon Egypt and Syria. the scene. over the issue of Greece and March 5. shows 51 per cent,say- pair of glands near the mouth
the
>> Tuesday at through the United Nations we I The Summer cruise will follow Turkey is approved by a 2-to-l ing they would vote Democratic. and.is.carrled to the fangs by a
t Coal Co.Lewis not only strengthen Greece we I by about two months the visit of vote of the public at this stage of 49 per cent Republican.That short duct in which also supple-
I directed that the memorial strengthen the United Nations as I another group of U. S. warships Better Teachers developments.That marked a substantialgain mentary sets of fangs develop.
utdown end at midnight Sun- well. I to Greek and Turkish waters including was Indicated'in the returns for the Democratic Party;
Say April 6. I the strategic Dardanelles of Institute since last Noembcr, when a
an multiplied Mr. .Truman's
survey reported popu-
: the worst disaster of itsJtind "And we free the United Statesof which Russia wants to share :
tnu-! over comparable poll showed 45 per'cent
earlier this week.
larity began to coast downward,
"
since 1928. Lewis wrote the I possible suspicion of its
any with
control Turkey. Democratic 55 cent Republican.
Jnlners. The explosion and Its! motives and aims in Greece." The Senate Foreign Relations BEST DRESSED: Mrs. GeorgeC. Campaign Set The latest jump in Mr. Tru per at first gently then rapidly the
downswing in Institute
I man's culminating an -
coincides with
Attendant loss of life could have Committee plans to end public Marshall [above] wife of popularity
announcement of the When Mr. Truman took office poll figure of 32 per cent
$and Teen the prevented Federal if Safety the mining Code laws had. Ruhr Miners .I hearings dent's aid tomorrrow proposal on and the to Presi-start the United States Secretary of I I CHICAGO [AP] National Edu- attempting to "contain"new policyof Rus-I I unexpectedly in April. 1945.he had in October 1946.There was a meat t

enforced. State has been designated by,. sian expansion.The the overwhelming sympathy and shortage the future of OPA was
work the next day in closed session cation Assn. yesterday said it support of his fellow countrymen.His in confusion the administration's
I trend of Mr. Truman'spopularity
:, "Criminal negligence on the part Quit Pits In on a bill. the Fashion Academy in New I would conduct a nationwide campaign is measured at intervals popularity in the early months foreign policy was also subject to
Krug is responsible for the I
pf York as the best dressed I I Of his term overshadowed even confusion to Henry A. Wal-
of these brave men and the The House Foreign Affairs "to raise standards of ad- by the Institute on the followingpoll owing
death future impoverishment of their Committee likewise called for woman in American public life. I mission and training" of teachers"to .I II question: I that of his predecessor Franklin lace's speech which seemingly con-
; Food ProtestESSEN D. Roosevelt. In July 1945 a total tradicted the policies of Secretaryof
public hearings tomorrow. "Do you approve or disapproveof
She
families. Forced to work byallowdog I is staying at her Winter ,the high level which is necessary -
I I the way Mr. Truman is handlinghis of 87 per cent of the nation's voter: State Byrnes. Republicans were
injunction secured bypuur [AP A walkout of 4,000 Paul Porter U. S. Economic I home in Pinehurst, N. J., while x x x to meet the complex Job as President?" polled said they approved of the campaigning effectively on the
: and his co-conspirators the Dortmund coal miners injected a Representative to Greece has been I her I husband attends the Foreign I needs of the modern wartorn The vote: way the new President was handling "had enough?" slogan.
af sty of these men was neglectedjto new note of seriousness yesterdayin asked to appear at a closed sessionof I i' Ministers' Conference in world. Ap- DisapNo his Job-which was higher The President's popularity did
a point where they died like Ruhr food shortage demonstrations the committee Tuesday when 1 The campaign to be conducted prove prove opine than the highest point in Mr..1, not begin to turn noticeably upward -
trapped animals. I marked so far by considerable the group also will hear from the Moscow. [AP Wirephoto]. through local committees has July, 1945 87% 3% 10% Roosevelt's popularity in the same until January 1947. -
"f f\"Tbe widows now weep and their: sympathy on the part of the Secretaries of State. War and the I three objectives Ralph McDonaldof Feb. 1946 63 2215 type of poll. i Then It Jumped from 35": per CeL"
L become pathetic:I British occupiers. Navy. Opposition witnesses will be Washington secretary of the .July 1946 43 45 12 Then as reconversion problems P to 48 per cent. .T
S.have helpless figures. Officials watched closely heard in the committee's final NEA Commission of Teacher Edu- Oct. 1946 32 53 15 v
I sorrow at the I I Leaders Named
I : know from harsh whether the Ruhr's other 250,000 public hearing tomorrow. cation and Professional Standards Jan. 194J 35 47 18
fall into step with said. He gave as objectives: .
miners might Feb 1947 48 39 13
;experience. that it is only a I
the Dortmund men who were TODAY 60 23 17 FOR YOUR EASTER DINNER
;Momentary feeling of pity on the 1 "To encourage outstanding
cheered by their wives as they left Ball While the poll is a good Indexof
tart Supports and to
of the public and this sacri- I For Fund DriveContinued young men young women
the pits while 2,000 hunger march- general feeling about the
fice, like others before will soon choose teaching as a career; to way FANCY.CORN FED
ers paraded the downtown streets the President is handling hfe job.
3M forgotten :z z: :x eliminate from teacher education -
and sent deputations to British PresidentWASHINGTON nevertheless Its results sbould
: those who are not qualified
;
;: Tnto killing mast stop this and German municipal authori- [ from Page 1] and to further the conditions not be taken to mean that 60
::debauched administration of [tip] Sen. BallRMinn.l
per cent of the nation's voters TURKEYSDRESSED
:mine safety must stop. It must ties.The Dortmund walkout was [ announced last nighthe E. Harold Johnson and Mrs. Aborn necessary the highest to type attract of teachers and hold in would necessarily vote for Mr.
.:
'be stopped now. the first Instance la three days would support President Tru- Smith Jr. as nee-chairmen, an- the public schools." Truman if an election were held
: "The American people must be of Ruhr strike and demon- man's Greek-Turkish aid program nounced leaders and captains of today.In .
groused to the stark realities of the strations that miners left toe even though It Involves "the strongpossibility" Improvement of economic con- fact. Republicans have con- ... READY, TO ROAST
situation: and the casualties of the I their division. They are: the -
Jobs so essential to German and of war with Russia. ditions of the teaching profession tributed more to Truman's come- >
jcoal industry. European economy. I Mesdames Linton Allen. Pettus McDonald said could be accom- back as shown in today's poll C
: "Coal is already saturated with British officials have shown a. Declaring that political aggressions Lee. George W. Johnson Loomis plished through establishment of a than Democrats have. Many republicans Wonderful eviscerated turkeys ready to cook

:the blood of too many orave men disposition to give the Germans Ball said Russia in Europe must determined cease- C.Leedy, Rocher L. Chappell Gas- $2,400 annual salary minimum. are satisfied with him and enjoy. 10 to 20-lb. average. Don't miss this
and drenched with the tears of free hand in voicing protestsover appears with "increments for further because of his handling of Lewis
'too many surviving widows and a to Impose a "ruthless mi- I ton H. Edwards Robert M. Howard grand opportunity to get one for your Easter
and
their hard living conditions training experience to a salarylevel because of his new tougher policy '
{orphans." but it was a question how long this nority dictatorship" throughout Albert W. Roberts J. Fred of $5,000 to $6,000. toward Russia and because they dinner. Free city deliveries. ,
:' Word of Lewis' order filtered would continue if the vital pro- Europe and Asia. Mathers F. Burton Smith. Walton feel that the indecision and confusion -
:Slowly through the mine areas yesterday duction of coal is Interrupted to Ball, a leader in the wartime McJordan. Richard S. Woodruff One of the oldest examples of which many saw in the Ad-
{ but UMW leaders and any extent.Auto. campaign to pledge American sup-. w.1 velvet is that of a 14th century I ministration's early days are now C..D. WILDER JR. TURKEY FARMTel.
:miners agreed they would ,"co- William S. Schultz. Homer
port for postwar international cooperation embroidered cape in the college absent.
operate with Lewis 100 per cent. said Mr. Truman's pro- Wright Joseph M. Bumby J. of'Mount St. Mary Chesterfield.I But this does not mean that C91S I 8 Interlaken .Rd.
I; "I dont like to lose a weeks' Workers N. England. these same Republicans would
I gram provided the one alternativefor Merle McElroy, Harry Dickson
{wages declared Joseph Monti-
avoiding war with Russia by C. DeWitt Miller. Harold M. Bear-
ehak of Castle Pa.
Shannon
checking, the Soviets now. ..._ ... Lloyd Go.hrLLOYD'S
3 !but If John L. Lewis says we're Press For dall. Martin Andersen Victor tSQQQQQQGOQQ
!gems out; we're going out." & Buisset. Lenon B. Fort Carl C.

S! Another miner swore and Clark Praises Hall.LeRoy Giles Frank B. Myers
Stnnrled:, Wage Boosts Herbert C. Huegle Gaynor Wiggins .
;,' rJust. when a man Is getting Henry B. Hall Allender I*
:On his feet. oN DETROIT [UP] Some 800,000 Truman StandDES Jones. Hudson J. McReynolds.
a "l'hertval Progressives MineWorkers CIO United Auto Workers are Francis L. Lafon. Brantley Bur- .,--i : .

: Union said It did not planto driving for a n& million weekly MOINES rAP Atty. Gen. cham. Paul O. Meredith. 5- .. ; ....
: observe.the six-day mourning pay increase from the auto aircraft Mmes. Robert E. Carrigan Don:
Clark predicted last night that the j
:;period. and farm Implement indus- stand taken by President Truman ald S. Evans.Asher Peter Charles : { ::1 :, .: 4
-
Whitfield,John W. Freeman. William ;
tries.Other against Communism "will downIn :
i I Noah Webster was supported by economic demands. including history as the Truman go doc- J.Sharkey James A.Pittman. ; ;':. .
the proceeds from the sale of aSpelling employer-financed pen- trine." Herbert A. Bargeron. Walter Bass '
book during the 20 years sions and insurance would run the William S. Branch.Joseph O. Seltzer :
In which he was preparing his weekly costs to more than $10 Comparing It with the Monroe C. Arthur Yergey John T. Invites You To The ; A -'
dictionary. million or nearly $500 million a Doctrine of another century Branham. Buell G. Duncan. Louis _
Clark told fellow Democrats ata L.'Jacob. Cushman -- ..
Radebaugh : ., .H. -
year.UAW pay demands are roughly Jackson Day dinner that Mr. Richard H. Walker. Leo A. Blake. J --
TURKEYS 17 per cent for General Motors Truman thus measures up as Andrew W. Townes. J. N. Stone- '
and Ford and nearly 18 per cent "a great President a man of braker. Howard C. Sayre. Clarence : r
FOR EASTER DINNER for Chrysler. mettle." > Bernstein. Robert E. Duckworth FLORIDA' PREMIERE

Only 65c Lb. Dressed Meanwhile auto and track The Monroe Doctrine which George Edwards John A. McEwan rt
Maitland Turkey Gardens production has mounted steadilyto forbade foreign encroachment on W. A. Pattishall Richard S. Dow-
Z Vi Ml. E. of 17-92 at Maitland more than 100,000 units week- American shores "was aimed at dell Lawrence C. Ingram GeorgeB. .. '.
L. lOre- ly and there has been virtually the encroaching arm of the Tsars." Carter Calvin A. West. John C.
Phone Winter Park 1S11-M no rtrike talk. said Clark. "The Truman Doc- Barber. John W. Ford. Homer B.
a Ward's automotive reports esti- trine x x :x Is aimed at the encroaching McLendon. Robert Riddle. J. R. of ,' 4 .= :.:_

arm of Communism. Wells and the Misses Margaret .. .-..-.... --
Woolfolk and Mary L. Branham.


Yogi BOMBAY.Buried India Alive[DPI Yogi Re- Mitchell Named Aid Fick's new 1947 Designs in Bleached Pine FurnitureShown

manand Swami who claims he can
live without breathing and can To Regional Council

control the beating of his heart. RICHMOND Va. [API Ap- in the April Issue of House & Garden
was burled alive In a cement-lined pointment of George S. Mitchell
grave at 8 p.m. yesterday He will
of former official of the t tI
Atlanta
be dug up today at 6 pjn. .
Farm Security Administration as

i mates April production at 335.000 ern executive Regional director Council of the was South-announced the Shade

'* cars plants.and 121,000 trucks in U. S. Williams yesterday council president.by Paul D. .. Worship the Sun in l J Jwith

stir Auto executives say there can be MitcheU..for the past 18 months I I-C
no wage hike without a price Increase director of Veterans Services for
in view of high costs of the council: succeeds Guy B. a
materials and parts. Johnson resigned. 3s o

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f fWheeler he is chairman, to. pass -on the I Orlando, Florida March 30, 1947 irbt 1U1btt1 ttutintl-ttttr Page '3'_;

: to Sift Taft Presses matter. UN Holyland ,
Million said however, he has '
machinery: for handling the is now preparing a report for Mr.
to call his committee together Vatican Set i iTo
no plans City j
I I
Senate For to set a date for,hearings.He Palestine Issue already has U. S. Drive To Trim Truman on the price situation. .

has not changed his mind he Action support. The President. In asking for Mark Holy Week"VATICAN
Oil Deals that the budget matter DelayedLAKE _
Navy Cut added The new development m the the report said business men
Tax Okay ought to be disposed of first. Holy Land situation came after a CITY tUPJ Holy
foreign office spokesman in London -. who can see the handwriting on Week commemorating the death
[AP] Sen. TaftIROhiol Democrats the committee CAP] Britain Prices Bogged
on SUCCESS
WASHINGTON rAP Burton K. WASHINGTON 4 said Sir Alexander Cadogan.I the wan would be wise to follow d and resurrection of Christ, opens
Wheeler who gained fame a quar- sparked a- drive yesterday have Indicated they will oppose again yesterday delayed filing the British delegate to the Security k the lead of the Ford and inter- I today with the solemn observance
I eat.
early action on the tax Palestine case with the
to speed Senate action on the any explosive i Council, had been authorized to]I national Harvester companies \of Palm Sunday.
lawyer United this time to seek WASHINGTON [UPI Administration -
as a Nations
ter century ago young
it passed the House the the which pat price cuts into effect
House approved bin to cut Income The bill as present case officially to Religious celebrations will be
fighting for Government oil rightsIn would cut taxes 30 per cent on assurances of support from Rus- economic leaders concededlast some weeks ago.
the Teapot Dome Scandal yesterday taxes despite almost solid_Democratic sentiment -: taxable Incomes of $1,000 or less sia. France session and of the China General for a special Assembly --I UN.Other:; UN developments: I I night that they have achieved But many business men have held with a throughout high mass the Easter week Sunday ending

. was assigned to probe and some Republican and 20 per cent on virtually all Pres. Truman appointed former, little success so far in their campaign told the President's top advisors Pope Pius XII usually spends
charges that the Navy pays in- for delay. others. The turbulent Greek questionalso Navy Undersecretary Ralph A.I I to persuade business to cut that they are going to stand pat Palm Sunday quietly celebratinga :
flated prices to U. s. Companies Taft explains he disagrees with Meanwhile Rep. Rogers D-Flal moved toward a full airing Bard as deputy American delegate I prices now and thus,head off an until conditions settle. special mass in privacy.
proposed special income tax.con- to the Commisison on Conven-)
for Arabian oIL tCorn. R-Colol. here. A reliable UN source said it
the plan of Sen.MUlikln [ inflationary spiral and possibly a
cessions for World War n vet- tional Armaments. It meets Tues-
[R-Me..Brewster of the chairman of the Senate Finance erans who collect no benefits un- was Council's known 11-nation that the commisisonnow Security day.The bust later. LAUNDRY 8 DRY CLEANING
Senate War In- Committee to delay hearings until der the so-called GI Bill of examining Greece's border I 18-nation economic and A source dose to Pres.Truman's
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Yesti&atlng Com- 1 the Senate and House agree on the Rights. troubles would submit majorityand up a Economic Advisory Council said Time to Moth Proof BERLOU Moth Proofing Guaranteed
long session highlighted by
% crea-
mitt e e former said ; y> amount they Intend to whack' off Vermouth has a base of white minority reports with Russia j tion of commissions to aid in the the council had encountered a 11 Years I
Wheeler Montana DemocraUcSenator.- Pres. Truman's budget. wine fortified with alcohol and j and Poland as the dissenters. j economic reconstruction of the general "wait-and-see" attitude IVANHOE LAUNDRY CITY CLEANERS _
Taft Indicated he may ask the then aged for a year or more in, The plan for a special session jwardevastated areas of Europe I on the part of business in the mat- 1630 N. Orange-Ph. 5594 I 39 W. Colonial Dr.-Ph. 7537
will have every Yl:' :.... GOP Policy Committee of which'I I wooden casks. J of the Assembly to set ap 'and the East. I ter of reducing prices. The council_ .

committee facility -

In at a his twoweekstudY. disposal" __

Wheeler. was ;: c\ S


uncovering Instrumental and in Wheeler isiS
irJ
I
prosecuting the Teapot Dome Oil ens
scandal of the Harding Administration AilS WAyOa
in the 1920s. 1
,
He was defeated for renomination Gt'

Brewster to the Senate said Pres.last year.Truman ( SEARS 7 ; 'I

has agreed to all on executors .

.Roosevelt f the estate for papers of the bearing late Pres.on* And :..'"to" ,.,'CJt "'::\ .

a purported 1941 offer of ArabIan /' ,.'..." --
oil at a trinre far below what ... ,. ,
AND COi .f <
the Navy has paid under a 1945 ROEBUCK

contract: Loveliest { J'
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James A. Moffett. oil man and
former Federal Housing Director
testified he had carried the offerto
Mr. Roosevelt and other Gov-
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ASHVnXE.. N. C. (tPl) Charles .a) \ ; .a F d

watchedhis .
H. Moore. 29. yestero? ,
small children dress m the new 4.98 I

Easter clothes he bought them ; .' g a
sent them off to the m'vifoI.! andlen
fired three fatal shots at his

ed wife. Stella also 29. be- Your bonnet the most distinctive part of your Easter / .;:. .

killing himself with a bulletIn costume! And now a sparkling new- collection of straws ;

Police the temple.found letter -In which i offer w"'l black and white, vivid and pastel shades, personalized ,y .,. < _. ; !;, ; '
Moore had begged Mrs. Moore to for you with flowers, veils and fluffy ; "' 4 '

rejoin him "for the sake of the 4.r ribbon bows. And every one a charmer. J ? : ;; "
children."
Two-months-old Jerry Thorpe.
a niece Mrs. Moore was keeping "
lay unharmed at the edge of a
blood pool where the young wife Sing a Song of Spring

waa dying. : Police said she apparently -
had .been holding;: the
child: when she was shot.

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Page 4 tltr Snnhati &l'nttnrl-&tar Orlando, Florida, March 30, 1947 I Vet Diplomat New and horseback.DelhI India by train auto

f I The top hat and tails are necessary -
opening! night and fired three Starts For Satterthwalte explained
Evelyn Nesbitt shots that killed White who had Politicos'Eye I Demo.Party
designed the landmark. for the formal ceremony of presenting

Thaw alleged he had acted as a Little I I I his credentials.
. Left $10,000 result of White's relations with Split SeenIn ) NepalWASHINGTON I I Satterthwaite believes he win

Evelyn Nesbit before her marriage lAP JosephC. be the 25th American to visit

In Thaw WillGLENS to Thaw. Chicago Vote I GeorgiaATLANTA i Satterthwalte. veteran State I
! i Thaw was acquitted of a mur- .1 4< ; t 4e .. Department foreign service offi- I.
N. Y. API der charge but was ordered con- UPI Oov. M. .. cer, packed his top hat and tails
PALLS.
fined to whichhe CHICAGO [APJ Chicago will Katmandu.RADIO
from
raultlmilllonaireplayboy an asylum Thompson's veto of the Talmadge last night along with riding I"
Harry K. Thaw in "
escaped a year later. A jury select a new mayor Tuesday an breeches for
white primary bill a bold politicalmove a two-week journeyto
his Miami
who died at 'later declared him sane. election which the Republican .[Its the mountain of
kingdom
Beach home Feb. 22 at the age of High Command regards as an important in race-conscious Georgia i
bequeathed $10,000 to the wife skirmish leadingto probably will spilt wide open the Nepal. I EEPAnt SERVICESOUTHERN
for whom he shot Stanford White. Oakland To Choose the tactical next year's Presidential to State head.Democratic Party he claims i j a establish The purpose diplomatic of the and trip commercial is to- I I MUSIC

Thaw's. will filed for probate Four Officials TodaySpecial battles. Whichever way Thompson may 3] relations for the first time rat N. Drams TL ICT1ULCERS.COLmS
yesterdaY. directed that the exec- The contest will have national have acted on the measure the'' with the little kingdom In the
utors and trustee pay $10,000 to [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Interest because: party split probably would have Himalayas between China and In- t
"Evelyn Nesbit Montani or her OAKLAND A mayor, city 1-It will be the first mayor But his veto
developed
lion, to whom she gave the name clerk and two commissioners will test of the party strength in the leaves Herman anyway.Talmadge and his dia.The two-week phase of the
of Russell Thaw." If the will Is not nation since the 1946 Congressional journey does not dismay Satther- STOMACH
campaign manager. Roy ACID
contested within two years and If be elected here today. Mayor vote. Q
thwaite. He welcomes it, in fact ..
and trustee "are Dewey Vicl[. who served as Mayorfor could determine the alternative of :w 'Jti.".."VtuTtit ... ::.Nrw. M'
the executors 2-The outcome a because he has yet to memorize ": .* ii "' -*
control the party. Han1s.1 .. .
still
w Y. hr9 .Hr w..wM Ie
five is not candidate.
isfied'! after Investigating. years a which way the State's 28 electoral the full name and title of the '
has
Thompson already eI'4 :.. =
Thaw died his wife sat-I I Oakland tax free since 1932. votes would go in the 1948 PresI- king to whom he must presenthis =w ...rSW .ew*. .. w
vWhen his 1948 gubernatorial MMwt tatattiMi vf1k vsas. wrr..wa
has voted to levy a tax to make dential race. credentials. It goes: / ...... wv 10- wAr r6
former showgirl, and the attitude toward the Talmadge- m wr.W .
necessary Improvements. The city of the mayor'schair F s i
14 My
After 4risu5srfSr
whose parentage he contested plans also to own and operate its Edward years Kelly stepped aside Harris camp. He has started toss- Mahara Jadhera Ja Tribhu- M .:0 I :.... *. I. were not named In the list of waterworks. this year to support Martin J.I I ing a "bolter" charge at them .; bana Sir Blhrom Jung Dahadar.t =.mill s! -n..tan.na BM..'*M--LwA..1 iUT"

survivors. Kennelly 59,business man making I ferring which to Talmadge the 675 write-in was re-I 1, Shah Bahadur Shumshere.Jung r.%. C.". r'l "tew' r::'!bnr i NI oIMF

Pbrty-bne years ago.Thaw burst .Among the first portable watcheswere his first bid for elective public on Governor by the Legislature onlyto Deva. r.: :.... -.e-. -.,--r.awll.eMAUtauc :
the old round called "Nurem
onto the roof garden of forms office. the The trip to Katmandu. Nepal'scapital
be deposed by Supreme
rOOB
NATURAL
Madison Square Garden on Its berg eggs. Kennelly will oppose Atty. Court. { .. 5,000 feet above sea level .1* .. CHURCH $T. V.LANDO. ILL
Russell W. Root. 48. who Is : entails a 1,000-mile journey from
sup- Fortified by a party resolution $,.
MAKE ENDS MEET -
Gov. Green's Republican
by
ported passed at the '<46< Macon
organization.Root observers point out

t who as Cook County Republican Thompson convention as head of the Georgia i !=;ti 1L Large Shipments Just Arrived
chairman directed his Democrats may bar them
Party' a lop-sided victory over from membership for life. I t

with.fe4e&idI441. Seily's Democratic organization But all this is based upon the ASPHALT TILE-8 Different Colors
'last has made issue of the
Fall an
n Truman administration's handlingof will premise have that received Thompson the blessing by 1948 of I 1 INLAID LINOIEUM-7 Different Colors

4 Asserting foreign affaris.the Republican Party the Until National the State Party Supreme headquarters.Court All Types -COUNTER-TOP METALCONGOLEUM9'

"is Russia against" Root war told with a Communist campaign Ruled Thompson legal Governor and 12' Armstrong's Quaker

rally last night that "a vote for It was understood he did not SEVEN HURT IN ROTO PLANT COLLAPSE: Searchers are
stand in such good ,with
YORK the Democratic candidate" for party leaders in Washington graces as shown here combing the debris in the basement of the Philadelphia -I AMERICAN RUG AND LINOLEUM GO.
mayor will be a vote for war. after of the fourth
administration. Inquirer's building section
the Talmadge rotogravure a 2.2488
I 863 North Orange Ave. Phon.
T- FROZEN FOOD CABINET The Republicans have put up Thompson nevertheless, has a Floor collapsed, hurling 20 workmen to the ground. Seven were
posters saying '"vote against a strong ally in former Gov. Ed injured The occident occurred when most of the workers on
new war. Vote Republican. Rivers who. despite his political
Both parties noting that heavy alliances in Georgia remainedas the building, now under construction, were at lunch. [Inter' ,
national party committeman national Soundphoto] .. ..... .
Come I III and see H! Democratic majorities in Chicago -
have helped put Illinois in the throughout two diverse administrations -

A great name on Democratic minorities in Chicago -Eugene Talmadge's and i shooting strife between strikers
have helped put Illinois In the Ellis Arnall's.'America. and distributors.
T Tension EasesIn
Democratic column the last four
y 4. A GREAT NEW PRODUCTA Presidential elections have waged lie then appointed an 11-man
arbitration board to aid in ending Ma
all-out campaigns. Voice' a 0
the dispute which began
MCE: wt m M Elite{ MMM- Carroll Reece. Republican Na-
C4TA CA when milk farmers
Monday -
A rua rat ir M rvm SUMOy4f 9i MJ tional Chairman has termed the Milk WarNEW a 50 cents per hundredweight protested }
Mayoral contest an "important 1 ,
preliminary engagement" in the CitedWASHINGTON I price reduction orderedby
Sabotage New Orleans dairies.
1948 Presidential battle. ORLEANS [UP] Ten- '
: MODERN APPLIANCES INC. Last Fall the Republicans won I The Governor's intervention
14 of the 17 county offices at stake. sion began slackening in Louis- ,I came after West Feliciana Parish
4% -t30 N. ORANGE AVE. PHONE 2-2514 However the chief Democratic TAP] Assistant iana's five-day-old milk war yes- Sheriff Teddy Martin had threat-
power Is in the city and Secretary of State William Benton ened to "shoot to kill" a cordonof "Have you heard what they'reabout
this was demonstrated In February declared yesterday that U. S. short terday as Gov. Davis took definite striking dairymen who were saying
I primary when the Democratic wave transmitters in Munich aim- action to settle the bitterly blocking the highway at Hammond -. Lady Borden ? "
vote was twice as heavy ed at Russia had been "sabotaged. fought controversy. to halt milk shipments into :
as the Republican and the Dem- Baton Rouge.
i The result was, he added that Davis reported he had been
ocrats won 25 City Council seats 1 Fx
FK.NT.jov ru.a. ( WG wss aey61Ya0DY' STICKS TOGETHteWME against six for the Republicans. "Voice of America" broadcasts to "reliably informed" there wouldbe The sea lily actually belongs to -
4 THEY A0UJE ABOUT TWtMORtRN.Sar
'RTOOK SIX G1V5
l the Russians beamed tosouth
Two AES1ows IvFStEto FJIRN3AMRIGHsevu D Thus the Democrats have been were no further violence in the gun- the animal kingdom.
? NIRN6TANMR6.WBti01.10 assurred of control of the City America rather than to
Council. MOSCOW.

STATE AUTO Benton said the sabotage has I
been corrected and quoted news
,,1 BODYWORKS Border Patrol reports from Moscow sayingU.

3d S. broadcasts are being heard .
Tzr* 5' clearly in the Soviet capital and ,--

winning new listeners. t

d i iI Firing AssailedWASHINGTON Benton's statement was evidentI I '
ly prompted by reports that the YourBuick-
first "Voice of America" broadcasts I
.
(AP] Some 1.- to Russia could hardly be "

i{ 500 Customs Bureau officers who heard. .;
received dismissal notices this .
I I: week got assurances yesterday Scout
Boy TroopSet

Ii GENERAL TIRES will from go three back on Senators the job.that many for Camporee but our

) 1 Sen. Cordon IR-Orel, chairmanof Sweetheartr"
a Senate Appropriations SubCommittee [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
= and Sens. Reed R- WINTER GARDEN At its
l Whiter Park 478 TELEPHONES Orlando 2-0429 Kan] and Saltonstall [R-Mass] regular meeting this week Troop
said they do not approve of the 46 reorganized patrols In prepara- : : if
'mass firing of border patrols and tion for coming camporees. Clark
1I:. guards. Britt-and Robert Freeman remainas a.t .
i I W. R. Johnson commissioner of patrol leaders with Rick ,.
1..' customs explained he issued the Cloughley becoming Senior Patrol ti
dismissal notices after determiningthis Leader.
was the best way to comply Camporee plans were studied
with a $3>/i million reduction in ,. and next week set for tent assignments -
1280 eAeM W. Nrk ..r.Y Customs Bureau funds ordered by and Quartermaster arrange- ,*" *
ORANGE AVE WINTER PARK.PLA M. Orlando !-N2! the House. ments. A game of "Swat Tag" pre-

9"w 4 The use of visiting cards for Tuesday Central Fl&rida Scouts 5 i
STATE $TOffLANDO.PLA social purposes is supposed to had Court of Honor at Memorial b'k'V\ < I
have started in the court of Louis Jr. High in Orlando. The Class C vd I 'J aA.
XIV of France. I swimming trophy was awarded :.a t: c w ;
L I Troop 46 and will be kept:in the 9 cs x<
Scout Hut.
The following boys were advanced -
There
Is No
: Louis Powell. Second
Class; Donald Jarrett. Jerry Chi-
SPRING SALE Shortage of cone and Pete Redding. First I to1J1l BUICK I

Courtesy atYoung's Class; Robert Freeman Star; LOOK AT
Fred Hlatt. Life; and Claude
Wheatly. a Bronze Palm for five I I Ga
merit badges and six months servIce -
as an Eagle. These Scouts received -,i \\ 7HEX you first slipped behind That's exactly what we're set to nd sty'1.

merit badges; Jerry Chi- W the wheel of that Buick of give. In our shop we have the special Buick has lines keep-
cone Donald Jarrett. Pete Redding Your Its.' An you
Rick Cloughley. Delmus yours, remember how your heart Buick tools to do jobs quicker that win wolf and ca ho,some as It ra.,

M Davis Robert Freeman. Fred lifted? Remember your Happy and better. In our parts department Ing it s mart protecting ;'f"
6 Way Reflector Hlatt and Claude Wheatly. ? Are yoU
be
: '' and
smile as your toe touched off the Is a stock of Buick engi- should looks, i its luster

Floor Lamp : ;'. Club To hum of Buick Fireball power? neered parts for Buick cars.And itS goo d
Sponsor
; color, ?
$16.75' ; .. And your widening grin when all we have a staff of thoughtful, It tttat Buick

$1 Down .. Highway Safety roads seemed downy as you capable specialists who know Ther.'S a way l;10s ri d;ht. It's caned

[Special to The Sunday Sentlnel- tor] winged along on BuiCoil spring. their Buicks lock stock and en g lacers s y i Is a war
inisingTills
WINTER GARDEN-Lions Clubis ing? barrel. Pore la that give, a sr 'oath
sponsoring the installation of buffed finish sealing,
two highway safety signals one body paint,
at Fleming's comer the other at That's what Buicks are built to No, it's not ordinary service you 91az. to the protecting the surd -

Reddlck's corner to prevent accidents do.And they'll do it long and well get here. Its expert car cart -by the Presanagainst road g"{"'. and.dirt.
at these "dangerous points"In
this vicinity where fatal accidents when they're cared for as anyan organization devoted to seeing face ,.TrY

have occurred.Fleming's thing so fine should be. that you get the most out of your That's the way we do at her new car
corner was recentlyscene .
of an accident where Mrs. Not Just an occasional, oil change, Buick. And surprisingly I for the it. s.. how it keepsow It gives

Mary Hoefling of Orlando was killed same work done,it costs no more. lustrou, s longer lease on good
j \ and Mr. and Mrs.Ralph Wadelof mind you.Not a haphazard"Look older ones anew

I Shlpensburg. Pa. and George *er over,fill the battery, check the Think it over. Isn't it wise to let looks.
Tyner. 'of the Vitamin
manager
i Food Co. of Florida were seriously air." But interested, competent, us care for your Buick?After all, TO CfT lUlU eAl CAlf

injured. understanding car care that keeps Buicks are our sweethearts,first, IT ALWAYS rAT
i Lion Murray Thomas. State
i Highway Patrolman chairman of your Buick at its best. last and always.

.: I the safety committee, has been<
I II authorized to purchase modern
II I I highway safety signals and have
I 1t them Installed at the "dangerous

t All-Metal Chair spots." s f

i I' 'Largest Church This
$5.95 0 p
up Side of Heaven' PlannedRED "5 ;
E ; 44 G f. -
$1 Down .. s :
ICE BOX BAY. Ala. UPI Some
I 10,000 people are expected on S. S .
.
All Metal .
i Palm Sunday today for groundbreaking
3 Shelf-75 Lb. Cap. < services of "the largest i

Insulated Doors ,. 'church this side of Heaven" in a t tI ii

Chrome Locks little 10-acre Norhwest field In Alabama the heart town.of this i
I
."
$59.75 The Church of God is sponsoring -
the building which win
$1.S Weekly seat 15.000 and will be known as
theAll Churches Assembly .
Building. It will be.available for
conventions of all denominations. ORANGE-BUICK COMPANY



Radios YOUNG FURNITURE CO. -COLUMBUS FOR SALES SHOW APPEAL CASES 330 NORTH ORANGE .AVENUE


-Water Heaters Dealer of Badcock Furniture Slade-Booth Show Case Co. ORLANDO FLORIDA

L s"Gas Stoves 42-45 N. Garland St. Phone 2.3471 Ii I III first Reed !Alter. Oxteres"Betw_ ,

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. Editors Hear Legislators Steady Auction p

School for CitrusI BetterCitrus Sportsmen'sFair

Demand Cited



Split on Education PlansRose [Special NEW to YORK The Sunday-Grapefruit Sentinel-Star supplies I ndustry Announced Price ForecastContinued For Beauty Praised


were heavier this week than
for either of the two previous from Page 1) Specie! to The Suxtoy SentneF-Stor_

1 1Fund' r ...........................-...........-...... I weeks but oranges and tangerineswere LAKELAND [AP] A school providing courses in pro- EUSTIS-More than 26.000 people -
: Prices the duction and of citrus fruit the extentof movement of any
Condemns much lighter. on packing processing marketing who went through the gatesat
$40 MILLION INCOME SEEN I whole held up well although and offering a degree of Bachelor of Science in citrus is be- commodity is determined by con- I the Florida
: Sportsmen's Exposi-
; grapefruit eased off Thursday because sumer demand and that retail
established at Florida Southern Pres. Lull M.
ing
of the liberal supplies offer College J outlets Influence consumer demand tion on the Lake County FairGrounds

ed. dealers report. On the whole. Spivey announced yesterday. to a large extent. here March 17-23 were

FormulaTALLAHASSEE \ Proposed Everglades Park I citrus demand holding up well "The school is the first in the "* He pointed out that many enthusiastic in their praise of this
I; and prices have held their own this United States set up to serve the commodities have expanded
is reported.It citrus Industry In this comprehensive event, the Lake Chamber of Commerce -
it
month their dealer service work within
... JAP] Pour ;\I Would Return Entire Cost > is now apparent that the way." Dr. Spivey said. the last few years, and especially reports.

.egislators. speaking on a general I damage to Florida citrus fruits The major four-year degree since the war. Working The expression most frequently
}
Florida
discussion panel before from earlier adverse weather con- eourse is scheduled to open with direct with the retailer these heard was This is the most beautiful -
Editors and Publishers yesterday Editor ditions was sufficient to relieve the 1947 Fall but men keep with
Within Year Says term some up consumer Fair in Florida.- and exhibitsof
split on approval of some details the oversupply from the market. short courses will begin this ; preference and are able to encourage I
of the Citizens Education Committee I They say. adding although prices Summer, he said. One and two- the dealers to make the Florida Game and Fresh

program and continuing have been holding well there has year courses alsoIU be of- bulk displays. feature specials Water Fish Commission.The Florida
present authority of the State Improvement TALLAHASSEE [AP] The projected Everglades National been no disposition to overload the I fered. and do many ether things to I Board of Forestry and Parks,

Commission. Park in Florida will return its entire cost to the State market. Usually good prices draw get the consumer to plank down the U. S. D. A. Forest Service and
They were In substantial agreement John D. Penne- out the fruit but evidently this The school will be conductedwith for the merchandise. the
within the first year after its establishment money : I 1 extension Forester of the Agriculture -
however in opposing J time the available supplies of fruit I to-operation(: of a group
direct State financial aid to kamp member of the Park Commission and associate.edi-I are not large enough to build up a I I of 44 practical citrus men composing The fresh fruit trade in the !Gainesville Experimental Station at

cities at present; and since none tor of the Miami Herald, said_here yesterday. surplus. many believe. I I the*college's. citrus advisory -1- markets is. believe it or not deeply .I most elaborate were in the the 'finest State, and the

of the four was "particularly'' in Speaking before the Associated Then too the shortage ofcompeting I I council. interested In the developmentof I Chamber reports.
This council will recommend a by-products by the Florida .
favor of a white Democratic Dailies of Florida meeting here fruits is working I
r director well qualified from a practical citrus Industry because it believes I The exhibit oflId ducks.
wasn't -
Primary Bill. a discussion with the Associated Press Assn. of greatly to the advantage of citrus -
Press Freedom citrus standpoint well increased geese swan, pheasants and
as as that with production pea
even held on that point.In Florida. Pennekamp estimatedthat prices, specialists think. Apple
academically. Dr. Spiny said. The in the State there must fowl in the arcade was the largest -
developed at times into the cost would'add $40 million .values have kept going higher -
what council also will help with estab- be heavy diversions from the ever shown at a Florida Fair
the State's revenue.He and higher and far beyond -
the editors got yearly to are
hot debate
rather .... ... lishment of a curriculum and will fresh fruit channels. and attracted wide attention as
a small scale preview -Mi.: ,::.,::: said if only a million visitors what anyone expected.
: recommend other facility members Of course, the fresh fruit trade did the archery exhibition in the
of the coming -t.: ?< came to the park each year, Battle UrgedTALLAHASSEE The strawberry crop has been so which will include at least ,realizes that many byproductswill open court between the buildings -
Legislature 333. 3* greatly delayed that it leaves a big
that it would mean more three professors and a research come into competition with they say.
from Sens. Wal- '. automobiles entering the State. hole now filled with citrus fruits.
worker.C. ,their merchandise but it will be The colorful school bands added
ter Rose. Orlando: Each. he continued, must travel TAP] Kent : through Sales Thursday of Florida totaled 177 oranges cars!! c. street. AuburndaIe citrus ,up to the dealers to open up new !much to the success:: of this event
and LeRoy Collins. a minimum of 784 round-trip Cooper. Associated Press execu- canning executive is chairman of distributive channels to see that I''it I is added.
Tallahasseeand t miles the shortest possible tive director last night urged the which compares with 209 cars the
by week before and 223 two weeks be- the advisory group. Serving with LUDD M. SPIVEY :fresh fruit retains its popularity. I I I Pres. L. L. Polk of the Exposition -
Reps. Richa -t' route and a minimum of 1,379 American press to help protect him on the executive committeeare "If Florida about the development '
goes and his associates
been are being
r d Simpson.f" miles by the longest route. newly won international press fore. Orange receipts have Carlton W. Palmore Lakeland announces new school of by-products from''r
T. from dropping a few cars from week to I commended on every hand for the
and freedom treaties
Monticello ;;.J "That many cars consuming being I grower packer and canner; Sam A. the standpoint of holding up : beauty and success of this event
B. Dowda Pala-t .. > "thrown into chaotic confusion by week. At the close prices were I house' I.
) ? Banks Lakeland packing
: of I
gasoline estimated at the rate This fresh fruit quality and channeling j'and scores: of the exhibitors have
tka. '''; a gallon for each 17 miles would continuance of the nefarious mostly 53.20-5.10. compareswith manager and Marvin H. Walker. !the new items into new .made reservations for their
and $$2.85-6 for the corresponding UofF ; space
of Government
Simpson practice propa- of the.Florida Expands
pay the State in taxes alone $1.- secretary-manager finding new customers
day of the previous week. outlets'j i in the 1948 Exposition accordingto ::
Collins generally ganda.
Citrus Producers Assn.
then will all
669,331.40 a year and gasoline we benefit
are on the side of He said at a Joint meeting of Prices are still 5Oc-$! higher than the chamber.
gallons would received $2,338,662 prominent dealer said.
with Thurs The college which: has a citrus I
the Caldwell AdRose the Associated Dailies of Florida two weeks ago even .
ministration in Legislative debate more. and the Florida day's decline. grove for a camnus is in the I Ancient Egyptians during the
while Rose and Dowda frequently Hotels, eating establishments. Associated Press California Navel prices have heart of the Florida fruit producing Farm CoursesGAINESVILLE Cattlemen, FarmersHit days of the building of the Pyramids -
amusement and recreation spots for the past area. Lakeland is head cultivated the watermelon.
oppose the Governor's bills. Assn. that it was climbed consistently
refreshment stands and souvenir and have quarters for the Florida Citrus No-Fence Law -
Their open discussion followedan through effortsof three weeks or more
off-the-record conference with shops would make up the rest of the American gained better than $1 per box of Commission, Federal Control lAP Greatly BRONSON [LAP The Levy Sciatic"Rheumatic

Gov. Caldwell and members of his the estimated $40 million total he press that "free which nearly $1 has been gainedin Committees Federal-State Frost expanded courses in Florida fruit County Cattlemen's Assn. and the Neurific

Cabinet. said.The dom of the the past two weeks. Sales this Warning Service, Federal-State j,and vegetable processing are plan- Gilchrist-Levy Farm Bureau, in a ,
Park Commission been
Both Collins and Simpson urged has press" clausestrecently past week through Thursday were Market News Service and other joint session here last night voiced
ned in the University of Florida
I
given $500,000 by the State Cabi- I
trade and industry organizations.Dr. I Pain
general acceptance of the Educa- have 54 cars compared with 60 cars the opposition to a State-wide no-
tion Committee's school program. net and intends to ask the State been written into week previous. Prices through Spivey said it is planned to !j\College of Agriculture beginningwith fence law. which State Sen. G. C. Thousands

although they said they would not with Legislature for $1,500.000 more peace treaties for Thursday averaged $660 per box house the citrus school in a $500- the 1947 Fall session DeanH. I Purdue predicted would be "the patns and actea of due sufferer to Rheumatism.front srasrala Keoralcla. -

insist that all of a proposed $400 which to begin through Fed- the first time in compared with $6.07 for the pre- 000 science and research building: Harold Hume reported yester- biggest fight In the 1947 Legisla .Lamb}*o,Sflsttca and Ncvntla Save
eral courts condemnation of some been oelicnMw I. discover that UM Doctor
fk* teacher unit State appropriation history. vious comparable period. one of five major buildings to be ture." formula c&I1ed.na clrealattt
to counties for school con- 500,000 acres of land in the park However he Florida grapefruit sales were constructed in a new development I' day.New The group also registered approval through. tin blood almost tnuosdlateir alter
ruction: be made.. area now privately owned he con- declared"t h e heavier this past week: and totaled program.At I' processing laboratories now of the abolishment of th* Vb poisonous first do vaste**,_and ally txas hdptn acids Baton that now often**

Rose and Dowda said they were tinued. The State already has battle to keep inCooper 147 cars through Thursday compared present the school will operate -; under construction authorized by road tax on non-highway gasoline came pains and soreness, and at UM asm

in favor of the committee's program turned Government.over 800,000 acres to the. formation channels clean and to with 105 cars for the week in the chemistry and physics the 1945 Legislature, will make the building of better farm-to- discomfort.I t-m* 1'1'OIDP&r.uq. : Uw paUl sod

generally. However Rose maintain the truth in news can previous and 110 cars two weeks building. this possible. Dr. Hume said. A market highways, and to continue .Day Trial Offer: T.pro** what t.....

said he felt the formula proposed "The National Park Service only be fully won when interna- ago. At the close prices were most- The college. Dr. Spivey said. will laboratory for research in freezing I to keep Levy county out of the can fast do I* works to help, yet gui.fed nmd tmprovd tine and dmcict bow
for determining whether has agreed to come In and begin tional propaganda is thrown into ly $185-390 against $2.35-4.30 a pattern its program around these jurisdiction of the Marks and ( and taU exactly..directed.roar 8e*tb ra--
counties were doing their share the development of the park the discard so nations can beginto week ago.Processing. recommendations of the citrus advisory dehydrating and canning Brands Law. passed in 1945. requiring miSs for yourself. You b* ta* lodga. Unless,
of school financing locally contained area from a master plan which live in peace with each other council: vegetables is being erected on the all fresh meat be inspected surprised packsf and deUtntcd.and your simply money return back UMmpty Mguaranteed.

"fool ideas" that would will have been formulated, as without abrasive international PlantEmployment 1. That courses be given in citrus Experiment Station grounds in and stamped before it can be Dont solar noiher bou vli*.
bring State control of the local soon as we file suit" he said. fruit production packing and marketing Gainesville and facilities for sold. I i I *Bt trying aH1 114.I .

schools and cause "chaos and Pennekamp added the park Cawthon Heads Dailies and processing and mar- teaching processing of both fruits
would be the third Drops and vegetables will be installed in I I
confusion. largest in the TALLAHASSEE [AP] Joe keting.
BIG BASS In Lake
Plenty of Apopka
Simpson and Collins said they National system and would be Cawthon general manager of TALLAHASSEE [LAP] Employ- 2. That teaching schedules be addition to it.

felt the formula contained "rea unique from the others in that it The Orlando Sentinel-Star was ment in citrus canning and pre- arranged so citrus students can A fruit processing laboratory Plenty of FISHING TACKLE to get "EM"at

sonable factors" for determining would feature the biological ad- elected president of the Associated serving industries dropped to the be employed during part of the is under construction at the citrus -
local financial ability and that if vantages rather than the geological. -I Dailies of Florida hero yesterday lowest level of the citrus: seasonin year in grove caretaking. pack-: experiment station at Lake FRED P. WHITE MERCANTILE CO. I

Rose had a better formula they succeeding: Robert W. mid-February because of a tog and processing and other Alfred. Both laboratories will MONTVERDE

hoped he would bring it forth. The park he declared "is one of Bentley Bradenton Herald. freeze and temporary embargo the citrus enterprises. to give them be ready for operation this FalL Known for those hard to get Hardware Items
Dowda suggested the citizens the non-sectional projects upon Other officers elected: were: State Industrial Commission reported the advantages of practical experience :-
committee should have given serious which all Florida can and has. Henry S. Wrenn. Tallahaisee yesterday. -- and also the opportunity Hume said the first course in

consideration to taking the united." Democrat vice-president; J. M. Chm. Carl B. Smith said manufacturing to finance their education. processing will be offered during

entire load of teachers' salaries Elliott Jacksonville: Tim e. employment showed a. 3. That the college and citrus 1947-48. Dr. G. J. Stout, one of

off the counties and turning it Stetson Pupils Join Union. treasurer, and V. J. slight decrease between .January employers join, in operating a the country's leading authoritieson

over to the State. '. Obenaner Jr, of Jacksonville and February after reaching a.1 placement bureau to help place food processing who joined the Student's Piano ContestSponsored
All four of the Legislators complimented Debate Tournament I' secretary.Elected. postwar peak of 90600 workers qualified personnel In jobs where College of, Agriculture only recently -

the State Improvement (Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star directors were Martin during the first month of 1947. th.v art needed. will be in charge.
Commission for ,the bulk of its DELAND James ] i Andersen Orlando Daily Newspapers However he reported an upturn in --4. That -the--college undertake

activities in co-ordinating the Orlando will-be one of Tucker four students of ; Joseph F. Smiley, Tampa the number of employes hired by; programs of research in citrus 70-Year Friendship by
-
State building program. but Dowda from Times: J. S. Minus Tampa manufacturers of transportation matters In co-operation with the

and Rose said they felt it had dangerous participate next Stetson week University in a national to Tribune; L. C.Brown. St. Peters equipment, with most of the increase industry and government agencies: Leads To Wedding E. B. KURSHEEDT PIANO STUDIO

authority to borrow money. forensic tournament at burg Independent; Irwin Simp shown in shipyards. now functioning in the field. i TAMPA rAP] Leonard J. Sellers
Simpson said he too felt there Bowling son. St. Petersburg Times: Carl "Nearly all manufacturing industries -
Green State 80, and Mrs. Patience Wallace
University. Bowling RULES
should be limitation theboard' Hanton. Ft. Myers News-Press;
some on experienced increased em- Museum also who have been friends for
; 80.
Green Ohio. under sponsorship of New Ringling;
James L. Knight, Miami Herald
powers, although it hadwne the national forensic fraternity ; ployment as compared with last 70 years said yesterday they All contestants are not to be over, l years of age and must
A. W. Smith Lakeland Ledger;
a "splendid Job Pi Kappa Delta. Gainesville year" he added.Citrus Appropriation Okayed would be married Thursday.As reside within 250 miles of Daytona Beach.
: asserted the committee L. C. Pepper Sun.
be judged by what it has They will go up against the and A. H. Teabault of the St. SARASOTA LAP] J. Thomas children in Pasco County An renditions to be memorized.
best speakers from universities ShipmentsUp of they attended the same Sunday
chairman
done. not by what it might do in Augustine Record. Gurney. of Orlando
the future. throughout the United States in the State Board of Control yesterday school class. They remained Auditions for classification by appointment.
Heralding a prospective fight debate oratory, extemporaneous propaganda doing its destructivework. 400,000 Boxes announced a new appropri- friends as each married and i
over stating of Alex Akerman speaking, and panel discus And I hope to see our own ation of $7,500 for restoration of raised a family but there was no Solo performance: -Duo Pianists Concerto one movement.
sion. country which was the last to get WINTER HAVEN [AP Thisweek's in the Ringling MemorialArt thought of romance until about
Jr pictures
Orlando as the only Republican a.,4'ported
Other students representing into it. now become the first to citrus shipments Museum here. The board already six months ago. Sellers said.
member of the House Contest will be held at Daytona Beach
by the State Citrus Inspection
-
Dowda said he thought former Stetson will be Ruth Cobb of Pen- give it up. has spent $5,000 for this 5
Democratic Rep. James G. Hor- sacola and Helen Wooten of Coral Cooper referred to his efforts at Bureau totaled 1.409263 boxes work. $540,000 MortgageFiled Date will be announced later .
1,007207 boxes last week.
reU should have the seat. Dowda Gables in the women's division. Versailles in 1919. after World against The board is seeking to have $300.00 to be awarded as prizes
and Charles Clements of Lafayette War 1. to bring about inclusionin This week's shipments were 316.- at TavaresSpecial
added that he had briefed the one-third of the 350 pictures now
Cal.. in the men's division. the peace treaties of provisions 266 boxes of grapefruit;_1.089,545 [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star -'
[11 guaranteeing freedom of the of oranges: and 3.352: 01 tanger- on display at the museum put TAVARES Juice Industries, Direct all correspondence to E. B. Kurshccdt

legal points "as an academic press in every country which sign- ines. Last week's were 219,912; through restoration."an" adequate Gurney said.process"We of Inc.. has given a mortgage to the P. O. Box 5275 .

question." ed the pacts and [2] calling for 783.000 Season's and totals 4295. were 6265687; hope by that time we can be Northern Illinois Corp., for $540- Daytona Beach Florida
of biased interna-
the
Simpson said however he would prohibition 20.200,085 and 2.456.407 for a total ready to proceed with the restoration 500. The mortgage is secured by
tional -
"find it pretty hard to go behind made propaganda."I both to of 28,922.119 boxes.of of the balance" he added. 43 rotary juice presses.PanAmerican Contestants Must RegisterNot
suggestions
the proof of the certificate: of elec a Later Than April 10thDon't
member of the American delegation
tion" which Akerman holds on the : Reaches Climax Day Set
who thought them Inter- Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings trialon Fiesta
basis of board ------
a canvassing report
eating but told me later he ST. AUGUSTINE LAP The St. TALLAHASSEE UPJ Gov. Mil-
that he received the second highest invasion of piracy charges for
could get nothing done. reached its cli- lard Caldwell yesterday designated -
number of votes among four men on her book. "Cross Creek. Augustine Fiesta
running for two seats. "Yet to prove that what was Sports story: Wilbur Kinley. max last night with a coronationball Monday. April 14. as Pan-
first broached in 1919 and was Tampa Daily Times sports editor at which a king and queen American Day in Florida. Pan-

(Special! to The Sunday Sentinel-Star taken up by the American pressas for treatment of Bill McKechnle's were chosen to reign at ceremo- American Day was established by 'I
result of the recent the 1945 Legislature to recognizethe
TALLAHASSEE Reports of a more problems with the CincinnatiReds. nies blessing the East Coast
challenge I quote Article XV of I importance to Florida of good
shrimp fleet this afternoon. Gietrt
Citizens Committee
the Florida on
LjCentral Florida's Oldest Education. presented last month Section 1 of the general clauses in Editorial: Nelson P. Poynter, relations with the strategically Take Your

if A w n 1 n g Establishment after a two--year study of the .the treaty with Italy. This same I editor. St. Petersburg Times for St. Johns Contract Let located Americas. -

Y serving the public continuously State's education needs. are receiving clause appears in the treaties with "Three Candidates Four Russian
JACKSONVILLE LAP] Contract -
I Granted
I Hungary. Romania. Bulgaria and Policies. Wampum beads made from
for almost a quarter nation-wide attention Dr. Finland. It reads: News feature: Bill Abbott, was awarded yesterday to shells and the medium of exchange for
I.. Morphet. executive secretary -
I of a century. Edgar "Italy shall take all measures Tampa Tribune, for series on the the Hill Dredging Co.. Ventnor for the North American
said
of the
committee yes- necessary to secure to all persons Caribbean area and northern N. J..for enlarging the St. Johns Indians. took: its value from its
C terday. under Italian jurisdiction, without South America. River navigation channel come 50 color. Dark wampum made from
Inquiries are being received almost distinction as to langu- I miles between Palatka and Astor the hardshell clam was the most
AW1I1au aad p.rth Camilla daily from other States as to race. sex Photographs tin cities over 50.- I I
age or religion, the enjoyment of bridge.I I valuable.
Had .. Tear Order. the'procedure and findings of the 000 population!-spot news photo.
human rights and of the fundamental -
Ted Lucas. Miami Daily News
Citizens Committee and at least
freedoms Including freedom Winston Churchill giving auto-
two articles about the committee
I have been published in national of expression of press and graphs to group of children. Complete line of
Orlando Awning publication of religious worship, Feature photo: Fred Brent Miami possible
magazines. Most of throw safeguard
as
and Sick Room every
of political: opinion and of pi:blicmeeting' Herald be-spectacled lad Hospital SippliesTrusses

Window Shade Corp... Gen. Lew Wallace author of I ." playing a piano with admiring Supports Crutches around our property. Homes, automobiles, _
"There you have 'freedom of the
tousle-haired tot.Photographs ...
"Ben Hur. was a member of the
PHONE SCSI P. O. BOX UIZIOI press' mentioned in a peace treatyfor cities under 50.000 and valuable personal property are carefully
court which tried the men charged Wheel Chairs art Hospital Beds
N. ORANGE ATE.OKLANDO. the first time in history. Andit
with conspiring for the assassina- populationspot news photo insured against losses by fire,theft,and storm.
FLORIDA was the American that
tion of Pres. Lincoln. press Duane Perkins Lakeland Ledger Soles and Rentals
put it there together with other the "Welcome Home" given by a We insure our lives to protect the economic
fundamental freedoms. Yet I ol- ;. /iom/ttcn c? C
great Dane to his master. _
emnly declare that it is the Feature photo: Jack Jessee. well.being of our dependents.
bounden duty of the American ; .M1'ICIANS AIle
ELECTRIC- press not only to keep it there but Daytona with "Growing Beach Things Evening Need Care.News. I surrua,.,. Yet health, on which depends our ability to earn these

to make certain that the whole '..Mi... o..r..4 Good
picture of a little girl watering ,material comforts, is often completely neglected.
public information business is not
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and president of the Associated : NEED REPAIRS : i ALL SHAPES of

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ORLANDO. FLORIDA August U. S. Senate ChildBLICTHOUGHTreflera1

Published weekly. New Tear's Day. Fourth of July.: Labor
Day. ThanksgJvwf' Day and Christmas by Sentinel-Star Co. t, DIEW PEARSON =, By JOHN BRANSCOMBThe ,
I O Undo Daily Newspapers. Inc.] at 238 South Orann AverVerrd -. Senate of the 4: For
Od.ndo. Via WASHINGTON-The August preacher took his text and then turned to say that I have not been able to detect anything ,
'
as second-elan matter at the Poet Office at United States has engaged In many varicolored that would suggest a moral revival.
Orlando. Florida under the Act of March 3d. 1171.TELEPKONZA.fl ._ debates. but it struck a new level when It discussed : his piercing. eye on those of us who were sitting- Well unless we can develop spiritual andmoral <, Editor.Will The someone Sunday Sentinel-Star tell us: 6am <<$'NI-:
please
of In the Amen Comer... ,-C 6r. ,4& KA44IP
Department 41(1 ....Iabscripbon daylight-saving time for the District character to direct the powers that men what to do with our children? J..t
: FNP N
: "!\ Price Sunday Only tJB Per Yr. ""Brethren" he began, "I had a dream some y"" fPVl
Columbia. For the
have loosed In the world it's going to be curtains past six weeks we have .

MAITW As.uu*. FMUMBI Hnen IALCII.EMTOBUI DntscroB Dead set against daylight saving was diehard :years ago. An angel laid an ax in my hand and for civilization and that right soon. i I I been looking for a place to live
i.
J..... CAWTBOM GSM. MeL MAMCB. T. UWMNCK. An. Dm.C Sen. John Overton of Louisiana, who complained: said X would be allowed the privilege of splitting One eminent leader of our day in commenting I and can find no one who will take
W. LCMTT. Int. M... KOSBT f. WAITW. CLAsS Mu. All oar radio programs would be out of line. I on the splitting of the atom deplored the fact people with children or pets.

Louis A..IasuI. MAMMNM E*. Notswr .-...... See.. TMAS. would not know when to listen to my favorite the atom. It thrilled me to know that I would be that man was not morally fitted to deal with the |I Surely who have there children must be someone-

rUaei rUMUTON, C.. MM. CIUMJS Miami Pans S,". news commentators." the first to lay hold on the mysterious: power storedup problems arising therefrom. "It Is a terrible thing." who feel that all or youngstersare grandchildren

J. W. LIMMOM CITY elL M tK...T. MIUI. Trro.>> S, r. "Radio schedules are based on New York time" In the heart of the universe. As lifted the ax said he. "to know what God knows, and not act I I not little imps. I know there

.....r of The aitortated jPreae Interrupted Sen. Saltonstall of Massachusetts would, 60 to strike the angel reached forth and stayed my like God acts." Amen! must be any number of cases like
the District of Columbia Someone conceived of this fantastic idea and lotus ana what The
The Associated Press tt exclusively entitled 1 must know three'things before you are we to do?
saying
to the use for publication of all have the advantage of being on blow shared it with us in the Amen Corner and it struck I place we are living in was sold< -
new dispatches accredited to it or not the same time as New York thereby are permitted to split the atom. First, what educa- I and we are forced to vacate. I
otherwise accredited in this paper and c us as so funny and at the same time so tragic that places of Florida when It Is com-
aUo the local news published herein e ..- -. | permitting the Senator from tion do :you have? Second, what kind of characterdo 1re got to laughing in the Corner and had to be do not blame the new owner for pl ted. It is truly a great project.I, .

dlapatenes All rights for herein re-publication are also leaerved.of special Louisiana to hear his favorite" program :you possess? And third, what Is your religious called down by the parson. It seems that the whole 1 I our wanting wits his end house.to know Still we where are to at I I With hearty thanks for all your
at the usual hour. friendliness to Lake County and
of Europe had been utterly destroyed and only I
conviction? turn. Our is limited
PAGE MARCH 30. 1947 .. I "Why should the Senate follow two left continent. decidedto money and ,especially your assistance In promoting -
the
men '
were on They
these high rents out of the
are
.$ New York In everything?* de- "Before I could answer I awoke from my dream.. the Florida Sportsmen'sExposition. ;
launch a little boat and sail to America by way I question.What are we going to
TODArS THOUGHTS manded Overton. "It seems that That was in 1940." of Africa to make "children" .
a study of the,atom bomb so as do with our L. L. POLK. Pres.KARLLEHMANN..
.
Verily. verily I say unto you. The Son can do i everything has to be done in accordance In the :year of our Lord 1945 during the monthof to perfect the method of continental annihila T. A. G. .

nothing of )himself but what he seeth the Fatherdo with what New York August that dream.. came true. Man split the tion.Pausing I' Sec.-Mgr.
for what things soever he doeth these also] | wants. I think it Is time for this- atom and another era was born. It might still be in Africa for a spell to rest they lay Heat Destroys Fruit'sFlavor

: : A iaugustbOd7tOa35ertltSOW1ta called A. D.. but a new interpretation could be put down under a coconut tree in which there were a Industry Told

doeth the Son likewise. John 5:19. ,: ,-. v* dependence. on it. namely "Atomic Destruction." couple of monkeys. The men became involved in !I Editor,The Sunday Sentinel-Star: I New CofC Civic

Pearson "So far as I"if am concerned It is tragic that atomic energy had to be harnessed an argument over which was going to be the leaderof I II The writer reads with interest ,,

Who is a good man? He who keeps the decreesof be continued daylight-sav to war and that the first use to which it the expedition to America and came to blows. your reports on the inferior flavor

the fathers and both human and divine laws. lag time 1 Is established for the District of Columbia was put was the destruction of two great cities. Its After a ferocious battle, they both fell to the and eating! .quality of Florida
I shall place a sign on my office to the ground In a dying condition. I I oranges. Council to Meet

Horace effect that room 315 Is not subject to daylight- Beholding the decline and fail of the human I In this morning's paper there I I Ij I

saving time and. Instead of arriving at my office ; ;;;; 4E' race In the arena beneath the coconut tree, one j was a letter from a Mr. J. H.

Truth About Orlando's Financing at 10 o'clock according to daylight-saving time, monk turned to the other monk and said, "Looks Andes. of Roanoke Va_ who calls First meeting of the new Civic
I shall arrive there at 11 o'clock." like we're going to have to start this whole business !- attention to the poor eating qual- Council of the Greater Orlando
ART OF word-of-mouth propaganda Senators Olin Johnston and Burnet Maybank of over again." 'I I ity of Florida oranges arriving in Chamber of Commerce will be
THE Overton regarding con- that territory. At one time the held at 6 Wednesday. Walton
South Carolina questioned pm.
long has been used the world It sounds like heresy even to imply that man fine flavor of Florida oranges
fusion between the District of Columbia and near- McJordan C of C president an-
might have evolved from monkeys, but judging
was a most valuable asset; ; now
over to defeat candidates and causes, by Maryland and Virginia. from the way some men live we wonder if the 'we find that this flavor has been nounced Board yesterday.directors set the

sometimes with remarkable success but "Citizens residing beyond the District line. monkeys aren't insulted to have men claim! that converted into a liability. When council in of cutting: the number up of
to keep two I
more frequently with results that con- complained Overton. "would have they have descended from the monks. Some wag the flavor of Florida oranges was directors from 25 to 15 to afford
watches one keeping standard time one daylight- an asset they were shipped nat-
has put these words in the mouth of a mon Y.1 I representation on their group of
founded the spreaders of falsehoods. saving time." "Man has descended. the onery cuss but egad, he ural color and not impaired by the various civic: organizations.The : .

Charles Darwin, the great British scien- "How would anyone know how to catch a railroad didn't descend from us." Think about it! Did heat. Heat will destroy the council is composed of presi-

in- train?" asked Maybank. you ever see a monkey get on a drunk, or build a bouquet in orange juice before dent or a representative of each
tist wrote "False facts are highly and after it is extracted from the
once takesa
"I do not know Overton repUed."U one civic approved by the board
fence around a coconut tree other group
so monkeys
peel, and it will also affect ad-
jurious to the progress of science, for they bus to go to Silver Spring, Md.. he will meet couldn't get any coconuts, or invent atom bombsto versely the flavor of the fruit and is entitled to have four representatives -

often endure long; but false views, if sup- himself coming back." destroy other monkeys? It's something to think when it is heated in the'coloring on the C of C direc-
"That is,correct." replied Maybank. "He wouldgo for good infinite and revolutionaryif torship.
potentialities are about. !progress in liquid of a tempera-
evidence do little harm, for t The council meets week
ported by some and come back before he got there. the hands of Mars. As 125 one
it can be rescued from Through the sacrifices and death of millions of ture of approximately degrees. I before the regular meeting of

everyone takes, pleasure in, proving '"Suppose a boy calls a :young lady up and it stands today all of us shudder to think of the young men we have been afforded one more The attention of growers, packers the board and "ma,. make such

their falseness." makes an appointment" said Ovtrton now beside split atom because we associate it with war destruction chance to use; atomic energy for high and noble shippers and dealers shouldbe recommendations to the boardas
this The
called to danger. retail -
And so today it is with great pleasurethat himself with worry. "They have a date for and death. purposes. I move you. Mr. Chairman, that ue make dealers and the consumers they' see fit."
the evening and fix an hour. She has standard But if the energies and powers of the atom good this time for their sakes. Over the mantlepieceof might be educated to call for Letters inviting attendance at
we present the facts about where the time and he has daylightsavintime, and they can be entrusted to the hands of men with educa- the American Army Headquarters in the Cambridge natural color fruit. the first meeting were sent to the

,money is coming from to. finance the $4 do not get together at alL It makes for confusion tion, good character and religious conviction weaill Cemetery where so many Americans lie I It is up to the Florida citrus presidents of the following clubs:

Utilities all around. I certainly hope the Senate will enter an era of unprecedented progress buried, this inscription! is carved: industry whether to continue to I Cliff Cashion. JayCees: Paul
Orlando expansion
million pro- vote it down." health and happiness for the whole earth. LETTER TO ST. PETER impair the flavor of the fruit or Stine. Rotary: Roy Ellis Civitanfc *

gram. As long as the atom continues as an instrumentof Let them in Peter they are very tired: I return to the old practices. W. W Daw-son. ,Exchange: Mnvr?
and Professional
Eleanor Peery Business
Those opposing the 10 cent tax on However. the bill passed overwhelmingly. death and a means of war, we are sitting on the Give them the couches where the angels sleep I JOSHUA C. CHASE.
per of Demo- ; Women: James K.Hackett. .
Although this was the first measure Chase & Co.
of volcano and the whole earth will have 1
utilities bills have been spreading the tale this edge Let them wake whole again to new dawns Sanford FlauSportsmen Orlando Board of Realtors
cratic origin to be passed by the Senate year. I _
the chronic jitters. We had better make our
up fired with sun, not war; : E. 1. Brewton. Kiwanis:
that this tax will supply $3 million of the 11 of the 17 votes against it were cast by Demo- minds and we don't have long to do it. An old And may their peace be deep. Dr. Clyde Williams. Lions: James

funds required.This crats.Newsprint Negro philosopher said: "It used to be in the Remember where the broken bodies lie ; Exposition I,B. -Keith. Orlando Retail Mer-
Monopolies: Sen. Kenneth Wherry. horse; and buggy days that we could say, 'Here today And give them things they like. I Grateful for Publicity chants Assn.; Joe Moody, Orlando

is false., Nebraska's merry mortician has finally got his gone tomorrow.' But now in this streamlined Let them make noise Editor. The Sunday Sentin l-Star: Hotel Assn. Gordon Gifford. Or-

The Orlando Utilities Commission has Small Business Committee out of the ether and period ,'e have to say 'Here today and gone today." God knows how young they were to have to die; The Florida Sportsmen's Exposition lando Apartment House Owners'
has decided on legislation to meet the newsprint Assn. Dr., Louis err, Orange
$2Vi million cash in the banks, earmarkedfor Atomic energy can be used so rapidly and applied Give swing bands, not gold harps to these boys, held at Eustis. March :
Medical Assn. George B.
shortage. However it took some plain talking behind so extensively that the philosophical of 1722. is most grateful for the County $
plant expansion. This is the,savings of closed doors by Wendell Berge, retiring chiefof the old darkey be construed musing accurate Let them 10Peter, they had no time; generous publicity given this important Carter, Orange County Bar Assn.;
as an
may
Girls sweet meadow wind with
as hair
flowering W. A: McCree Jr.. Central Florida
of
commission has the Justice Department's Anti-Trust Division. to event in the columns
The
five
the past years. work this miracle. statement. They should have trees and bird songs, 'I The Orlando Morning Sentineland Builders Exchange: W. W. Arnold -
than half million hills to climb Mrs. Nona C.
been setting aside more The Orlando Star. Optimists. and
Berge declared that attempts to regulate news-
A scientific; editor was a visitor to the Amen The taste of Summer in a ripened pear. Your front page cartoon on Parley,Pilot Club of Orlando.
and
dollars annually for improvement ex print allocations by a "voluntary agreement of
Corner recently and after a long and brilliant discourse
Tell them how they are missed; Monday morning was the finest
pansion.The publishers and producers-advocated by Sen on the marvelous progress in the scientific Say not to fear publicity this event received. Your 'Souvenir Sunday'To
of Indiana and others-would
building program will take about I Homer Capehart realm with emphasis on the dangers and opportunities It's going to be ail right with us down here.If I generous editorial references in
anti-trust laws and lead to
violate the prosecution.He of the atomic someone asked him both your papers, the fine refer-
energy we fail to do all in
our power to make i* un- Be ObservedAt
two years to complete. By the time the contended it would be almost impossible to the question: "As you have moved among men of necessary for such sacrifices ever to have to be ences in Herb M her's column

bills are due and payable the commissionwill conclude such an agreement without some discrimination science in these times, have you discovered a made again we will not be worthy of the freedom Outdoor Florida. Ormund Powers.and Mead Gardens
chiefly he intimated. against smallerpubll.shers. excellent stories and pictures ,
have the $4 million required in cash. turning to moral' power that would be commen- their deaths afforded us. Mankind has learned one the personal visit of Martin I II .
surate with the power stored up in the atom that of the I I I Today Is "Souvenir Sunday"
greatest secrets of the universe in findingthe Andersen are all thoroughly ap
No borrowing is necessary and no borrow; "It Is a legal restraint of trade for a group to would tend to the ,I the Mead Botanical Gardens and
put new discoveries and developments power of the atom. God, give us the characterto preciated.. I I
combine and limit the supply of a competitor or ,each- woman visiting the gardenswill
is to ?
ing contemplated. good use use the power for good. The presence at the Exposition
in any way exclude a competitor from a market" receive as a souvenir a small
With a ad countenance he answered. "I regret Amen! for Orlando Day, of your excellent "
Berge warned at the closed meeting. Then he Orlando High School band and plant of "Ardisla Crenulata.

$4 MILLION utilities expansion pro- added: "I think the reason for much of the totalitarianism more than 40 of your leading sometimes called the "Christmas
THE in the world is because of scarcity WASHINGTON TREADMILLBaughman business and professional'men Berry. with a small sprig of the
gram has nothing whatever to do with berries for planting If desired it
of the
and we must temporarily accept controls when we under the leadership
the 10 per cent utilities tax and the 10 per are short of certain materials." Greater Orlando Chamber of was announced yesterday.

cent utilities tax has nothing to do with the Secretary of Commerce Averell Harriman, who Seeks Trade PostI Commerce Assn.; and as the arranged Orlando by Andy Merchants ,I\native The of"Ardisia China.crenulata"It is evemee Is a'.

followed Berge. pointed the .
same problem."It
up
and thrives in Florida but mus
$4 million utilities expansion program. Slaughter_was much_ appreciated .
Is a basic fact that whenever there is a I gesture of pood will and inter be housed in the North In
The utilities tax is a levy passed by the shortage In raw materials, the small fellows are FRANK A. KENNEDY proper backing they feel sure that eral agencies by as much as 40 r community fellowship. I I Winter months.

City Council to provide funds for a $3 mil. at a disadvantage" Harriman said. "That is true I WASHINGTON-Endorsed for Pepper and: Holland can insist on per cent, the Sikes group is determined -', More than 26,000 persons went 1 The mature plants hold their
not only in the newspaper business but in the membership in the Federal Trade I more recognition in departmental to marshal all force possible through our pates last week in the scarlet berries throughout the
lion sewage disposal plant and a sewer extension '- manufacturing business." Commission is Wilbur N. Baugh- affairs. The Baughman candidacyfor to back up Department of most successful event ever heldin year and the garden has one of

system. The Utilities Commission So Capehart and his cohorts have reconsideredand I man. Tampa now with a tk Federal Trade Commis- Agriculture officials when they go Lake County and already we the largest displays! in the State.
ent Washington law sion well may become the test of ; before the House Appropriations have received more reservations'' The garden is open all day Sun
like the telephone company and the gas are now amenable to legislative action. However haps the start of a promtn-I their effectiveness-his qualifica- I: Committee next month. i for exhibit space for the 1948 Exposition day and from 9 a.m to 5 pjn.

company, is forced by the ordinance to they will have to move fast to get ahead of gain some of the power tions are undisputed. Last year a similar i leering I I than this event has ever on weekdays. The main entranceis
Democratic Sen. James Murray of Montana, whoIs fluence which Floridians once held committee not only protectedall had In any other year at the close at the foot of Nottingham Ave.
collect the tax for the city on its monthly already preparing a bill that will restore badly in the executive and quasi-Judi!! 1 In his efforts to avoid a shut- the items asked for bv the I of the fair. .

needed newsprint controls without interfering with cial branches of the Federal Gov down of the Maritime Commission Department, but succeeded in Work on the unique Florida I I' CANNIBALISTIC
bills.The new publishing enterprises. ernment. training school at St. Petersburgnext raising the ante for forest research Island will be completed by Summer ; Aphis lion insects. lay their eggs
City Council decided to build a sew- Note-If Wherry hadn't postponed hearings until Baughman. a graduate of the July 1, Rep. Peterson of conservation and expert- i and important events are at the ends of tall-stalks, to pre-

age disposal plant because it was forced to recently over Murray's objections. Congress University of Pennsylvania and ]1 I Lakeland fortuitously has received I mentation. scheduled to take place there i I vent ,the first-hatching larvae

the decision. More than 10 the probably would have passed a bill by now allaying holder of degrees from other colleges reinforcements in the personof Particular emphasis this year ,throughout the year. This will be from eating their brothersand.
years ago the served during the war with Rep. Hendricks. I will be laid on forest management one of the most Interesting show sisters.
of smaller
Florida State Board of Health started put- newsprint problems publishers. the Judge Advocate General's Of-i I I The DeLand Congressman now I I and research in behalf of the
Aiding Big Business: Democratic National Committee fice of the Army, and later helda is ranking minority member of smaller timber holders and the
ting the heat on the city to build such a moguls are all hot and bothered over a confidential reserve commission with the,' the House Appropriations SubI I I owners of farm woodlots. The THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON.

plant. report that Government war plants have Navy. His record is Impressive including ,'I committee on Independent Offices I j Naval stores conservency programi I
been given to big business. You can bet that the professorships in law -the group which handled nearly i also will merit the committee's
During the war years the State Boardof report, written by Sen. Jim Murray of Montana as schools If nominated and con I $6 billion'iri appropriations last advocacy. { Significance of Cross Stressed

Health became so incensed over the chairman of the Senate Small Business Committee, firmed he would succeed a retiring year when Hendricks was chair- ;j *
Democrat member of the five- man. In days, funds for In obtaining a hearing next
will never be Issued as a public document. prewar
failure of the city'to act, that it threatened I l' Death of Suffering. ServantI
S Murray will probably bow to Democratic friends man commission. William A. the Maritime Commission were week before Pennsylvania Repub- In
to hold up approval of extension of and keep his dynamite-laden document under Ayres of Kansas, whose term expires handled by the Hendricks subcommittee I i c a n Congressman Graham's
in September.The but,as a war measure, the House Judiciary Subcommittee WILLIAM f. GlLROr. D.D. "
lines until action the But if the War Assets Administration and
wraps.
on
present sewer
Baughman bid for highFederal Maritime Commission budget was Rep. Price. Jacksonville has SCRIPTURE: JOHN, CHAPTERS 18. 19; 21:15
disposal plant was taken. The health of the Justice Department don't change their policyof office is the first Florida transferred to the Appropriations scored the first point in the delegation's has been
Bible
handing war plants to big business. Murray may bid in many years. Meanwhile Subcommittee on Naval Expendi- drive to clarify the Fed- Palestine, the homeland of the strangely

soldiers at the air base was involved. make some very embarrassing speeches. many prominent Floridians whom tures. 'This year however, the Independent eral judicial setup in the State. a land of great beauty, i idyllic happiness, and somber,

Both WAA Head'Robert Littlejohn and Atty. the aggressive Sens. Fletcher and I Offices Subcommitteehas The Price bill would remove terrible tragedy. Its soil, rich with the beauty of the flowersof

Gen. Tom Clark are charged in the Murray report Trammell placed in high posts regained jurisdiction over the present disabilities which pro- the field, with its massive cedars and its glimmering ,
AT PRESENT ORLANDO has 11 sep- with consistently disregarding the safeguards during the early days of the New Maritime Commission funds. hibit the filling of roving Judge been drenched with the blood of cruel
arate sewer line systems, each of of the Surplus Property Act which opposes Deal have vanished from official Hendricks. as administration I DeVane's post should he inherit olive groves; has ,
the use of Government-built facilities to life. Sen. Pepper and the late Sen. leader if not chairman. obviously the bench of a retiring judgeIn I warfares and persecutions.
which is discharging raw sewage into two spread monopoly. General Motors U. S. Steel. Andrews did not have the inclination is in a spot where he can this case. Federal District Judge Goodness wisdom. visions of read that chapter seeing how

or more drainage wells. This primitive and General Electric and other giant combines are nor the force to call other help Peterson' greatly.It's I Long of Gainesville soon to re- I'' peace and happiness and plenty. Jes fulf1edita vicarious law
I Floridians to comparable posts. no secret that the Peter- tire. Holland, with Pepper joining I i I and ideals of righteousness and regardless of
highly dangerous procedure is contaminating cited as the most successful bidders for Govern It must be said in fairness ,i son-Hcndncks combination Intends is sponsoring a similar measure in truth are forever in the her- whether or fpt.the writer *

) the underground water supply. The recent ment facilities, despite all the pious talk about however..that few if any. qualified I I thoroughly to air charges the upper chamber. itaee it has given to the world. prophetic vision of the hd ofNareth
aiding small business. Floridians stepped forward I( that the maritime labor unions. '| Price has corralled the support I But violence hatred. evil and about to suffer centur
difficulties with wells in the Pine Cas- This has been possible, according to Murray to fill the vacancies. i I I CIO and AFL alike, influenced of the Influential Judicial all the fruits of evil have been all ie o some more immediate

tle area and elsewhere were caused by thecity's only because dark who is required to pass on all Such prominent positions as the '1 the Budget Bureau and the Maritime : Conference a body of senior too manifest from the beginningin saint in himself a prophet and a
sales of facilities worth more than $1 million has following were lost to Florida Commission to slash funds I Sederal justices who advise the Cain who slew his brother type of the One who was to come.
use of drainage wells for sewage. refused to exercise his authority to stop sales which 1 when their holders left the Government for the seamen's training program Justice Department and the Supreme through all the history of the Just how early in H earthly

Something: has to be done about it. Or- hinder free competition. In the case of the sale of service: In the diplo- from SIS million last year to $4 1-2 Court on matters affecting I I Jezebels. Herods. and other per-- ministry Jesus c0
matic corps Mrs. Ruth Bryan million this year. The Congressmen the welfare of the Federal petrators of iniquity. that His ministry was
the Geneva Steel Plant to U. S. Steel. Murray reports t b fu-
lando is sitting on a potential keg of epidemic Clark overruled anti-trust I Owen and the late Judge Bert still want to know the answer judiciary.The All the beauty tenderness filled in His death Is .
head
Wendell
dynamite and the City Fathers Fish: in policy-making posts in : "Economy or sabotage I conference recently reported and goodness of that land with Nor is it clear whether o not ,
Berge. .who had phepared a lengthy recommendation the Department of Justice. Frank I favorably to the House Committee all the tragedy of hate and violence He assumed at the disciples
know it. Nothing is more important than that sale of the plant to U. S. Steel would Wideman, James Morris and Lin- I I A special steering committee, recommending the repeal were comprised in the I I did. that fit.mitr a might ,

the health of our community. The City be harmful to the competitive system. ,I ton Collins: in finance Carey of which Reps. Sikes of Crestviewhas of the legal limitations, and'reaffirming brief earthly. life of Jesus in I involve the setting earthww
-It is clear" Murray 1f1'Ote.that WAA has !'Hardee: on various boards and been named chairman and an earlier report that the Nacareth. ly "Ji

Beautiful must be kept beautiful below not lived up to the objectives or the spirit of the commissions. Herbert J. Drane. Rivers (S. C.I appointed secretary roving judge's post should be In His life and teaching were 1 I\ Bt kidom whn. the very outset ef

ground as well as above ground. Surplus Property. Act to the programs set forthIn .1 I\l Charles M. Trammell Dozier Do- with nine other members maintained without regard to comprised all the faith and hope. I He took to himself
some of the reports to Congress by the Surplus vane P. V. Gold. the late Phil from the Southern timber and other vacancies In the Florida the consecrated goodness the love 1 r the prophecy of Isaiah, "The spirit -
The tax on utilities bills will finance the Property Board, or to its own regulations deal- Buck the late Joe Sears, and Naval stores producing areas Federal districts. In addition the of God. and the service of their of the Lord is upon me busHe

sale of $3 million of revenue certificates.The Ing with the safeguarding of small and independent I others. quetly is at work drumming up senior judge In point of service-'I fellowmen that the prophets bat annotated me to pech
business. Some members of the delegation .,support for the Forest Service appropriations. Judge Strum. Jacksonville-has saints and heroes of Israel had the l to ,the poor" et

City Council has found that this methodof "In the majority of disposals War Assets has now believe that Florida with supplied Price with official records personified. And against Him became mtut have been fully cio of
financing will save the city about $78,000 propriety can demand. instead of Forewarned by the deep econ- of the courts establishing the concentrated all the hatred tht other prophecy concerning
considered high financial return I
more Importantthan beseech. a proper share of the omy slashes which would pareI continued need for five judges to and persecution which had made Suffering Servant.
a year because the funds needed may be the strengthening of a free-enterprise econ- t[more imposing; Federal jobs. With I down the personnel of other fed- handle the heavy dockets. of Israel's holiest and ,, What is Pl howeve. is that

borrowed more cheaply and the cost of omy. I marr "!Jesus came foe and to accept
i ibusines.'S
collecting the tax will be reduced $30,000.It "Any disposal made to small and independent Baptist ChurchesTo I Ruth Walden. Southern Baptist'' best.The law of vicarious sacrifice, fully the fac o His eacrl-
.,
has been the result of fortuitous circumstances Magician to Entertain of suffering and of of life tidal death
sounds like good business to us. I ,Missionary to Nigeria since 1334 gi ," .Me
Small business the _
: was only or the highest for others into G
All of us know that public officeholdersare bidder. Nevertheless the frequent citation of Hear MissionariesBaptist and the Rev. W. E. Craighead. All-States Club TonightOrlando the history.a and dpI Iel.1 about to lay d01 Il bhephen fol

fearful of the opposition of voters. We phrases indicating concern for small business evidences Churches of Orange I. Southern Baptist Missionary to All-States Club will seea Among Biblical scholars the sheep.

commend the City Council for acting W AA's superficial knowledge of the obJectives County will have a different missionary Romania. demonstration of magic by been much controversy as to howdy I We tend to speak'of the cross

courageously in the face of an opposition of the Surplus Property Act. On the basisof speaking nightly in each Crawford Thompson, well known an in what way the 53d lightly We wear It a E pie of
the analysis of individual cases It Is clear that entertainer. at the club meeting at Ii with its por Jewel o a sbol how
aroused by the spreading of false and vici- despite WAA's proud reports on the lessening of I evening April 20 through 25, according Hungerford Concert Set 7:45 o'clock tonight in the Greater tray of Sufe Servant.I[muC'do it me us of the

ous propaganda.The concentration largely to the Rev. Malvin C. Hungerford School Singers win Orlando Chamber of Commerce to .Je. relt of Ei and suffering?
they empty phrases.
are
health of Orlando first and Building. But plain 1hs common How lives given
comes which Assets' essential failureto Swicegood. Delaney St. Baptist give a special Palm Sunday pro- ae o
cannot disguise War often
The public is Invited to attend sense Judgments ae :,Jo :? We may ,well ask
the City Council has recognized the poten. I give maximum aid in the re-establishment of a Church pastor. Sixteen mission- gram at the campus chapel At the meeting. which will be opened sounder than those of hair-spl' a.ot sing.. .I is the way I

tial danger the city faces unless something peacetime economy of free Independent private i"aries will speak. I Eatonville at 4 pjn. today. The with community singing led by I ting citic have had JU j jabt i Master went; shou the ser-
is done in a hurry. enterprise" Among the speakers wd be I I public Is invited. I Roy Young at the piano. matter. have|I rant tread 1 l nQ

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Picks Officers Reports PublicationProgress A,"- ') ,. P-c '.'_ .

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. Newly-elected officers of the in efforts to cut the number of legal reports .9 ... r "' ..

Marion Clark Phillips Post. No. published and making available published reports in the \: .

227. American Legion Include form that will best serve the needs of lawyers, reported to .- t ..... >, "oiie' "

Alberta Swanson.Drumb.first vice commander commander; Ellen; the Florida Bar Assn.'s Convention in Tampa, were made '. .... : '-",/ J \ .... \ .. :J.f'K* ,,>.'

Etta, Hall second vice commander public here yesterday by Donald Walker of the associaCffTRAln .: < / ; Y:1...-.-.- # .1" \'<
; Jennie I.. Fletcher sergeant- 'tion's committee on law reporting. -J' :: ) ..;

at-arms. and Ruth Perna; historian. 0 / 1 t.
Walker said Justice Glenn Ter- \ ;,\ : :
RIDAS t / '-
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Executive committee members rell member of the Florida Su- v .
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y are Pat Pickard. Mildred N. Nico- preme Court and the committee .

laus. Rochelle M. Martin. Katba- ported that the court herea.fter"will / ; .
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Tin R. Cason. and Elsie AbeL Eliz- promulgate written opinions \
abeth Rowland was named adju- ) /\t. :
In that involve questions
only cases
tant and Carolyn Mason Frid serv- \/ :
ice officer. that have not previously been adjudicated ,
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or such cases as the
Delegates named to attend the facts and circumstances make It 'A.
Department of Florida Convention
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advisable that an opinion be writ-
in Miami April 15-18 are IT IARNEY BARNES ten. '"

Roth Pern and Carolyn Frid. THE QUESTION While there has been some objections .

The Post asked persons desiring: w Question: Bo yon think a 30-day to this. Walker stated / I Re
to make donations of flowers ana closed season on black bass fishing that
potted plants for veterans at the in Florida is adequate? "Writing opinions In every case
Florida Sanitarium to call 2-7622 and selecting for publication only
or write Box 2547 Orlando. THE ANSWERS those that make a substantial con- 1 ,

Potential blood donors are askedto H. L. Hill, barber shop operator tribution to the law has proved t
call or write to the. same num- Pine Castle. seriously objectionable because the / ft
bers. -I do not think the black bass opinions not for publication end /
should be caught up being published by some special /
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M
during spawning service and more than that they
are cited later in the subsequent
JayCee Member season and if
opinion authorized for publication II-- ,
the .
anything
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closed season confusing the whole plan. =--. (/'-- '

should be :::: ::: '"The plan of not writing -
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Drive ExtendedJunior ened. opinions on points previously .
sportsmen adjudicated though not perfect -

a lot of ][ rtl' and humanly Impossible to administer .
to restock perfectly seems the best / '
Chamber of Commerce and fishing "
solution. ,
membership drive will be extended ing the ,'" "
through next Saturday. Chm.Bur- season would On the second point to obtain '

ton Thornal of the membership I set the good this ",_W j, _.,--. the publication of reports of different r I ;
committee' announced yesterday.Reason 1 does. Bass fishHm States In the South in
for the extension. Thor ing brings many visitors to the separate volumes. Walker said "all .S/
nal said was that several team I State and everything possible of our bright new ideas turn out to .

captains and key workers had been should be done U Improve this be very old ones; for example. .. .10.t -
out of the city most of the week. sport and make it attractive to Alabama adopted this Idea 27
Pete Lozinak. working as a one- the fisherman"Dick I years ago." -'>
man team.Thornal said had turn- He said the committee had contacted .

ed in 44 memberships to top the Maklnson, hardware dealer the Florida Supreme Court ,.. .
entire number of teams and indi- Kissimmee."I (t which gave the plan -unanimous ; \
vidual workers. don't think a closed fishing approval provided we enact ap-
propriate which would -
Results under division heads season on black legislation
I 1 leave the matter entirely for
were: Bill James 115; ,Fred bass is necessary. open
future for the State to con-
111 However it does the
Crews
V ; and Reggia Moffett. .
2. create enthusiasm tract with any publisher anywhere | .
wv who can most economically and'
; when the.
V" Individual team leaders ,
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were: efficiently serve our needs"Walker's
Grady Cooksey. Carl Miller and I season is reopen- '. :
report urged the association -
ed. The one-
f '
Joe Guernsey.In ;. : month closed I to "give full authority to .- .
Individual worker member- season doesn't ,this committee to work with the ft
ships. Cooksey and Miller were I members of our Supreme Court
,
conserve any fish ) .a e .
leading with 20 1 .
ly. and 27. respective and most of the to effect appropriate legislationand 'II +

other southern perform all other acts deemed ; '', \
States have abol- necessary toward the end of mak- "

Gideons To Hear ished it. Restock ing available to us our publishedlaw 1.' "
Maklnson ing of lakes with reports In the form that will .
Convention bass of seven to 10 inches woulddo best serve our needs.
ReportsReports
more good than any closed sea- -, .
from the second annual son. Fingerling bass are nothing Bank ExecutiveTo
State convention of Gideons In but food for the other fish and

Jacksonville will highlight the few ever reach maturity. BeforeAdvertisers
breakfast meeting of Orlando Gid Speak
eons tomorrow at 1:30 ajn. in the L. J. Townsend painting contractor \ .
YMCA.E. Kissimmee."I : Club f

O. Rich retiring State presi- am certainly in favor of a i William L. Hart vicepresidentand .
dent: Mr. closed season on
and Mrs.
A. P. Swaid-
member of the board of direc-
mark. Mr. and Mrs.. Marvin Powell bass fishing dur-
tors of the Citizens National Bankof
ing the time
and James C. Kribbs represented they
"
Orlando.'will be !guest speaker
are laying their
Orlando at the
State conclave.
at the Advertising Club luncheon
Swaldmark eggs. In New I
was named State
treasurer. York the fishing ? I Tuesday at the Southland Restaurant -
season is closed according to Bert Bums
for at least six .'c program chairman..
Negro Church To Hear months. I like togo .fit:'f Hart will speak on "Advertisingand E
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fishing occasionally r Bank Credits.
Talented ; ,
Singer Tonight and when l. He has been vice-president of

Lillian Dean talented Negro I do. I like to .. the Central Trust Company. Cin-
mezzo-soprano of Roanoke. Va.. catch some fish. F cinnati. Ohio president of the
win sing at the Ebenezer A.M.E. and anything ....... Farmers National Bank.of Salem.
FOR HIS
Church here today at 7.30: p.m. that protects this Townsend Ohio, and superintendent of banking EASTER SURPRISE -

_This will be her first appearance resource so everyone_can enjoy It for Ohio.

.....tin Florida her manager.Franci is gooa. risnermen from au over
I
Willis said. The public is Invited. the nation come to Florida to try Dog Upsets, Injures
their luck and we should help

I Beg Your'Pardon! make fish.their luck good by protectingthe Orlando Policeman HAND Densmore.PAINTED TIES-Florida sporting designs painted by Buddy \\al \ '

Max W. Johnson did not appear I I ,Patrolman Henry Hulbert of the .' .
1 1 ,4';
Friday for a preliminary hearing 'v. A. Chapman farmer and Orlando Police Department injured $3.50 and $5 .
before County Judge Victor Hut- cattleman. Route 1. Taft. his knee while off duty yesterday -
chins: on a charge of making books f when he fell as a dog ran
1 think you should be able to HICKOK{ SPORT BELTS
on horse races; as erroneously reported fish the |between his legs while steppingout Black and white brown and white or all
yesterday by The Orlando year of his car at Zellwood. He was white pigskin J and calfskins.
round and I
Morning Sentinel. Ben R. am, taken to Orange Memorial Hospital -
Cox.
not in favor of a I $1.50 to $3.50 /
where the <
court clerk reported. r. '"' closed season. It injury was described 'f
as a bad sprain or break pend- .
taxes fisherman s
a good -
"' ing development of X-rays. INTERWOVEN HOSE 4. .
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to catch a Llsles and rayons in fancy patterns or plain "
TriedandProvenRelief big bass and the 6x3 rib. Anklets and regular lengths 7
law requires that Mutual Aid in Empire
to Sufferers 75c
the ones measuring .
'I
M
Plea
J under 12 inNches Sounded by King f

{/<\w : be thrown M LONDON TAP] King George VI. INITIALED HANDKERCHIEfS-Hand f
. t"' :: :: I have on a tour of South Africa calledon rolled hems and hand embrold- t
: ered
Initials '
f L: ...:.Y-i...."'..,.. .\:,...v..i/i-caught bass with the British Empire yesterday .
roe in it when for mutual help and understanding 75c -
Chapman the season is not in a "determination to solve .
SINUS
closed and I dont believe the 30- our problems together"

HAT' FEVER day closing does anything but Great throngs greeted the King. MARK CROSS TOILETRIES Sharing lotion cologne talc bath soap -
stops a person from enjoying fishing Queen Elizabeth and Princesses and other toiletries.
ASTHMA for a month. Fishing is good .
Elizabeth and
Margaret on their
for a person and they should not arrival at Pretoria. $1.75 to $5 plus tax f
41 Chronic Constipation be :stopped by the law.

Tears of research treatment R. G. Teen*, photographic* I I I Terrorists SoughtIn SPORT SHIRTS_California styled of washable rayon by Son Fashion.
sup-
and
development now makeavailable Plain
pastel colon. Long sleeves. .
a limited number ply. Leesburg. Havanna ,
personalized Normalize Tin: "I think a 30-day closed seasonIs Bombing $6.50
to use Each: custom mad In plenty. In factI HAVANA TAP] Police were
our laboratory Hear
? duty
model aim available for doc do not believe searching yesterday for Terrorists
ton. clinics: and maneun. For closing the lakes who placed a small bomb at the PRINCE GARDNER Bill FOLDS-with '
complete InformationCUP does a bit of good. Produce Exchange Bldg. causing card ease Calfskin pigskin or alligator. Registrar detachable photo-
THIS AD AND MAIL TODAY Bass spawn the more alarm than damages. There j'

ELECTRONIC NORMALIZE year-round and were no casualties. $5 to $30 plus tax ...
the one month
SOl HiMckrMrt IM .
JACKSONVILLE. FIOKIDA;* closed season President To Miss GRIFFON MANICURE SETS-pipkin .
does not protectthe Mse
PbM S-O4T2 fish duringthe _/ I Baptist Convention with Implements of finest surgical steel >- ='3

ADDRESS .................... egg: laying _

NAME ...................... time. If the State < White WASHINGTON House said yesterday UPI The Presi- $3.50 to $22.50 .
b insists on having
Ch.ke T........* Still On. a closed season it t dent Truman will not be able to '" .
S fer ama.auni.l Dot*:****** I 0 should be in June Teese t address the Baptist World con- -
vention in St. Louis on May 11. -
when there are no tourists here..

Two Attend State Parley -,.

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Sally Eastwood executive secre-
tary of the Community Chest and

SPECIAL Frances James executive secre-
I tary of the Community Welfare
Planning Council left yesterday
. I for Miami to attend the Florida
State Conference of Social Work
today through Wednesday.
$$10.89CIRCOELECTRIC I r za -

I CAMP VISITORS
Mrs S. C. Bass. her grandson. f

Miles Bass. Fort Myers and Wil-
HEATERS liam Camg. New Haven. Conn. I ,
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ivo Har-
JUST RIGHT For These. Cool 'I per at the latter camp on Lake ."
Barton. Narcoossee Rd.
Mornings

The Winter visitors enjoy fishing

: and many of them come here for .; 1!'
CIRCULATES HEAT tCt
the bass
I fishing alone and it ,.
i should be arranged so they can

Circo Heaters Take Care of Themselves Without I I enjoy this sport during their entire } _
visit to Florida. L
Fear of Fire or Burns to the Baby on the Floor. !
Were Stomach. Ulcer Pains

SOLD ONLY ATTHOMPSQI'S 1 Napoleon's Waterloo? : '

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The treat Napoleon who ronqaered nations f' .i' Doorway to a Mans WorldOrlando

SERVICE STORE I I Those was blown who are a Tirtlm distressed of after-eattnc with stomach pains or .: _, ,fl._
weer Duns Indention gas pain heart
1
WASHINGTON AT GARLANDBE I burn burninc..sensation bloat and outer
roroitions rau d by .stew acid should try
SURE WITH FORE I Vel.*. Get :SSc boa, *' u Tour dnA..IIIU'n dose mart convince m
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By BO* HAYES I{I Rollins Nine I

Ray [Bear] Wolf is on the up-take at the University of I i I Dressen Says I Strong Orlando Track Team Barron Paces

Florida.

, L This isn't the year for Florida. It will be 1948 that the I|I Battles FSL Scores With Easy Victory

Gators really come into being as a respectable gridiron -

power. They will be "roughies" in '48. Just bet your boot I j jon I Yanks Better S [Special to The Sundcy Sentinel-Star] Charlotte Field

it. TAMPA-The surprisingly strong Orlando High School

The view of Thursday's dress rehearsal for the coining season I I Entry Today I- track team romped to an impressive victory over eight

plus two other tip-off factors. generates the belief that Wolf has Than DodgersST. other high schools here last night in the annual Hills-1, At MarkCHARLOTTE

: set 1948 as his first big year. I I A pair of Lookout fireballers rtt borough Invitational Track Meet to establish themselves Halfway
The Gators will have a better club this Fall to be sure but it shutout Orlando with one-hit to "
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;.5a contenders for the State I
I as strong championship.The .
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won't be the solid. smooth-woi king outfit good enough to flatten too' pitch Chattanooga to a 9-0 victory PETERSBURG IUPJ
trackmen rolled Herman
1 Tiger IAP1
conference competition. Off hand. I'd guess about 40 per cent over the defensively sloppy uP
much Charles Chuck Dressen. who now a total of 63*z points well aheadof I Barron took over the 38-hole lead
.ins is all you could expect this year. Senators here at Tinker Field last the 41 li points accumulated by' I in the $10.000 Charlotte Open Golf
his old
delights in needling boss
the '48 of Wolf Is reflected in the schedule. night. << Hal Chase
The real tip-off on hopes r > runner-up Fort Myers and 20 Tournament yesterday with his
Alex Zukowskl. righthander up I and Pal. Leo Durocher predicted ,
The 1948 schedule cards Alabama. Georgia Tech Georgia and points won by third-place Hills- second 67 for a 134 halfway total.
'conference schedule from Charlotte. stood the Senators last night that if the Yankees and
Tulane-just to mention four teams. The new borough. 10 under par.
their the first five inning
ears
rule perhaps helped strengthen the schedule but not that much. Why on with hiUess pitching. He faced: Dodgers were in the same league Orlando trackmen took first In A stroke back of him followingthe

would Wolf schedule these four powerhouses in '48. The answer Is1mple. only 15 batters and struck out New York would finish a "good eight of the 16 events. Critically IJI J tournament's hottest round a

That's his year. if he's ever to have one. .1 think he wilL seven of the first nine to face him. x tT=: 12 games" ahead of Brooklyn."I Events In which Orlando track- scorching 65. was Cary Middlecoff.

*, Richard WelL rookie righthander know you think I may be men scored points are: playing his third tournament as a
DON PADGETT
Best I could make out from looking at the squad register Is that finIshed shutting the door on Orlando influenced because I've switchedmy Broad jump-Benoit. first. 19 COLUSA Cal. (API Hal Chase. professional. George Schoux scoreda
now a Phillie allegiance but honestly when feet. 11 inches. 69 for third place at 136.
only nine of the 54 players listed are over 21 years of age. They're with one-hit hurling the S first baseman with the New York
It's predominantly a sophomore club that Wolf will field final four innings. '* you compare the two clubs posItion ..Javelln-DemopouIos. second. Yankees from 1905 to 1913 and Sharing fourth position at 137
youngsters. for position there is no Shot put-Demopoulos, first. 44 later with Cincinnati the Chisox were Willie Goggin, a 71 shooter
be and ready to play some real, Only one Orlando batter
In they'll juniors
this Fall. 1948
doubt in mind that the feet and J. "Dutch'
reached first safely. and that PhiIsOtainDon my seven threequarterinches. and New York Giants is criticallyill yesterday, and E.
smooth football. In 1949 they should be even better. "
.. Centerfielder Rex Throop, Yankees have the better club in the Colusa Memorial HospitaL Harrison 70 yesterday.
was
During Thursday's scrimmage session most press-box eyes were who collected the lone hit of the Dressen. said. 120-yard high hurdlesTownsend Doctors yesterday said he had Other principal threats as the
on the two little halfbacks who are expected to run Gator opponents first. Time: 157. slight hope of field awaited today's final 36 holes
night off Weik In the eighth. "Of course I haven't seen any recovery.
dizzy. They would be Hal Griffin. the HOlsborough start who sparkedthe of the youngsters which the 100-yard dash-Grant, second. The condition of the 4-year-old were Henry Ransom. 68 yesterdayfor
Lou Bevil of the Senators
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club last year as a freshman and Loren Broadus the 155pounderwho Mgr. Padgett Dodgers brought up this Time 9.7.Mile Chase. "Prince Hal" of the early I 138. and Johnny Palmer who
his initial year
made All-Southern at Andrew .Jackson In .Jacksonville last year. making the mound pitched appearance fairly effective on but I know a lot about them run-Albert!, first; Seavers days of baseball became criticala I I skidded to 71 for 139.
second. Time 4:55. The 140 bracket of eight included -
Broadus. already In school. is every bit as rood a runner as Griffin. ball for four innings. but tired in and I would say we have better : week ago from a complication of .
LAKELAND [lAP Pres. Lou Half mile relay Orlando Jimmy Demaret.
ailments stemming from the liver
looking rookies than have.
and maybe better. the fifth when the Lookouts scored they fourth.
\ But Wolf has another surprise package at Gainesville that win three runs to draw ahead. 5-0. Perini of the Boston Braves yes- They haven't anyone to compare and kidney. He since has been in
terday announced an even swap with Don Johnson. 440-yard dash-Hoequist, first. a coma much of the time. Eddie Miller
t open some eyes in due time. He's Fred [Curly] Morrison a 210- Bevil allowed six. hits but sloppy with no cash involved of Catcher Bobby 200-yard low hurdles-McCall. SignsRed's
halfback out of defensive play accounted for the Brown or Larry Bern Dres
t pound six feet, one Inch. 20-year-old Columbus Don Padgett to the Philadelphia third.
.t Ohio. Morrison mayor, may not be eligible to play this Fall. His majority of the damage done during i' Phillies for Right-Hander Anton sen said..Johnson. 880-yard dash-Benoit, third. Contract

eligibility status is questionable at the moment, since he enrolledI his tenure of the mound. KarL is going to be one of Medley relay-Orlando second. Harting Cops I TAMPA tAPJ Warren C. GUts
Righthander Gene Major work- I
for a spell at Ohio State.I the Yankees' starting pitchers 220-vard dash Grant first.
president of the Cincinnati Reds,
ed the last four frames for the Padgett Is well known In
I I while Brown will start the seasonat Time 23.7. I
Morrison To he was the best all-'round
Brother. can go. me. announced yesterday that Short-
Senators and pitched two-hit ball. Orlando and Central Florida
third and Berra in Mile
tack on the field Thursday. He packs plenty bf power and drive. He having been an instructor in the As right. relay Orlando first. Time stop Eddie Miller had cciie to
for 3513.
a player by player :
com Women's
can run. He passes. ,And he is rated the best kicker on the squad.. Freddie Swindells, popular | early Spring session of JoeStrlpp' parison.. Dressen figured it out High Jump Townsend. first. Title terms and would be with the Red-
holdover righthander and Al this
legs
hear plenty from this lad. Baseball School at Tin- season.
this : Five feet
,
way seven and threequarterinches. .
rOU'll else does Wolf have? He's got some lads like Doug Belden. Zedalis righthander signed out I ker Field for several years. Tommy Hendrich of the Frank Y. Grayson baseball
Baseball TAMPA TAP Mrs. Billle Hart-
of the Joe Stripp writer for the Cincinnati Times-
one of the best passers Florida baa dug up in some years. Gasper Yankees is better than any first Pole vault-McCree. first. 10%
School. will divide the burling Karl who will be 34 years old fog, of Miami successfully defended Star said club officials had assured -
Vaccaro is a powerized fullback.. Dewell Rushing. all-SEC end in assignment when Orlando's'Senators 'April 18. took part in 39 games baseman the Dodgers have even feet; McCall. second 10 feet three her State women's golf him that Miller would not
Is back from the service and he looked good grabbing He if they bring up ,Jackie Robinson; inches.
J944. passes. meet Rollins College at last season won three and lost championship here yesterday by be traded "as was the intention
\. may be the offensive answer to problem caused by the departure of 2:30 p.m. today at Tinker Field. seven. and had an earned run Eddie Stanky at second and PeeWee defeating Mrs. Mark McGarry. of several days ago" In talking with

,Brute Williams for professional footbalL Game proceeds go to Rollins. I average of 3.98. Reese at short rate a shade St. Petersburg. Sand 4 in the newsmen. Giles made no referenceto
------- -. lover the Yankee keystone combination I Shorts | scheduled 36-hoIe final
match.
Braves Mgr. Billy South worth of Stuffy Stirnweiss and Sport trading Miller.CLOVER.
Wolf has several other new faces on his squad--boys with heft and The Lookouts got those two bits I said he had "great respect" for his The finalists finished all square
Phil Rizzutto. with Brown at third
in the sixth and with the aid of I
promise. Five or six of the boys came out of Ohio. others showed up ability as a relief pitcher. He said I better in Dressen's than Bill Martineson of Baylor again i at the close of the morning 18,
opinion
three errors scored their final four '
from over the State and elsewhere. He's getting material. runs.; Karl was not too effective last ( anyone the Dodgers have. triumphed over Charley Parkerof but Mrs. Harting shot a fine 36 on GRILL p

I think he still needs more strength from tackle to tackle. The A walk to Zukowskl started year because "he tried too many As to catching he thinks Bruce Texas. Cheating the Longhorn the first nine holes of the after- T S. COURT ST.

1 mid-line plight was pretty sad when the N. C. State game rolled Chattanooga's two-run fourth. knuckle ball pitches but this sea- Edwards of Brooklyn has a brilliant speedster by a stride in the 100- noon round to gain a three-hole fait H Block From Oruc AT.
advantage and continued her brilliant .
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around last FaIL Wolf admits that. In fact, he told me he expected Minor Scott followed with a lofty son I can get him back in his future but right now he
yard dash at the Texas Relays in display on the last five holes TRY SOMETHINO NVWDtliclov
the middle of the line to sag earlier that it did. "After drive to deep left which Leftfielder former pitching habits. rates Aaron Robinson of the to run out the match. I Frait Salad Flat

all" he explained "We had 13 bone breaks to cripple us last J'earthat' ,rim McCollough misjudged and let "Passing Padgett on to the Phil- Yankees ahead of him. 97. A heavier Cambridge crew I Bom Baka4 Pasty sad BOson
fall for a triple that scored Zukow- lies who are weak in the receIving defeated Oxford by 10 lengths in
rough especially when yon aren't deep in reserves. Because of the doubt connected I their 93d annual boat the County SportsmenTo
race on
The Gators will be Improved this Fall but wait another year. ski. McCollough muffed the very I department won't hurt us I with Pete Reiser's arm. he Thames
River. .
3 On top of all this. one other thing Impressed me during my visitto next drive to left by Alex Kvasnak. i and will do them a lot of good." I I thinks Charlie Keller__ n is__ a_ better Ralph Heikkinen. former MIchI- Meet MondayA
allowing Scott to score.
Gatorland Thursday. That's the spirit that is evident. The playersfor Scott walked to Chat- left fielder and that Joe gan guard and line coach at Virginia meeting of the directors of

instance during the game really went at it hammer and tong. tanooga's three-run fifth.open Netcher I Caughoo Cops I DiMaggio< has a superior edge was appointed line coach at the Orange County Sportsmen's

;,They meant business. It was rock 'em sock 'em football they played. followed with a double to center over terfieldrrs either Carl of the Funllo Dodger or Dick cen- Marquette. University. Glenn AMn. hu been called for 7:30 pm.tomorrow' .

An the whole atmosphere is changed. A general feeling that the scoring Scott. and went to third Whitman. In right, he believesage Davis great Army gridder is a at the clubhouse on

Gators are headed somewhere permeates the campus. It will spread himself on the throw to the plate. English is going to< catch up with pretty fair hand with a baseball lake Ivanhoe by Pres. Tom Star-
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bat too. He poled home hug.II
a run with
I
Cvasnak doubled down the leftfield -
ever the State too. in due time. Dixie Walker and that Berra
the bases loaded to give the Cadetsan
foul line Netcher. -
scoring will do welL
After Sanford walked. First Base- Steeplechase as 8-7 win over Hofstra. .John

man Bob Mayer dropped a double As for pitching: "Kirby Higbeis I F. Genis of Illinois and Lamar II Nationally Famous I

Joe DiMaggio Returns to Yanks; play relay from second of Fiore's AINTREE Eng. I WPI] Caughoo.an the best they have." he said Blount from Mississippi State are Men's Wear

grounder and Sanford scored on all-Irish brown gelding pur- "I wouldn't trade either Spud the latest gridders signed by the

the play. chased five years ago by .J. K. Mc- Chandler Allie Reynolds or Floyd Baltimore Colts. Wayne Pen- I Year "Round Low Frires

HemsleyGoesonTrading BlockBy ; In the sixth. Del Friar opened Dowell of Dublin for $200. won the i I Bevens for him. The rest of the nmgton, sports editor of the Lake- I TON COX

with a single to left and went to' Grand National Steeplechase by I Dodger staff Just doesn't come up land Ledger for the past six

( United Press] second on a wild pitch by Major. 20 lengths yesterday at odds of 100 II to what we have with the I months has resigned to do'freelance I Winter Garden

ST. PETERSBURG-Outfielder Joe DiMaggio, who .Jerry Manning who bobbled once to 1. Yankees." work.

But handled eight other chances A crowd of close to 300,000 stood ..
was scheduled for his first workout with the New York .
impressively at short. threw out in a drizzling rain to watch Cau- rn aFENNY
Yankees yesterday after from Johns
returning Hopkins .Jack Lavelle while Friar moved to ghoo come out of a heavy fog to Tigers Open

Hospital, was forced to remain on the sidelines again be- third. After Scott walked Polston take a purse of $44,000. i ChrisCraftSales

cause a specially constructed shoe did not fit. booted Allen's ground ball to second Lough Conn another Irish-bred'. Home Season I I

The shoe. designed to protect his I allowing Friar to score and horse owned by Mrs. M. Rowe and !,

sending Scott to second. Kvasnak backed at 33 to 1 odds finished j and Service '
recently operated heel was too St. Louis giving up two runs and rolled to the mound. Major throw- second four lengths in front of the i ii

small. Wayne McLeland allowed the same ing out Scott at third. Sanford was French-bred Kami. Kami also at Tuesday Night See our display of 1947 CHRIS-CRAFT boats. The following A penny buys emmil. !
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number in the last hour frames. of thrilling
Meanwhile, X-ray pictures disclosed 33
safe on Manning's error at short. to 1. gave the foreign entries a Orlando High Schools baseballteam
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perfonnance
that Catcher Ralph Houk The Yanks announced the op Allen scoring. Sanford scored from clean sweep Britons had to be playing .500 ball at the I I Whiner on.

had a broken finger on his right tioning of First-Baseman Steve second when Bob Rauscher let the satisfied with fourth place. won moment opens' its home schedule | i I II 00 125 bike miss mot f.

hand. received to a recent exhibi Souchok to Kansas City and throwin on Fiore's single get away by the favored 7 to 1 shot. Prince against Sanford at Tinker Field I gallon of I an.It". $97 5 5

tion.ame.. ... Catcher Sherman Lollar to New- from him at third. Regent. Kami, owned by Sir Allen I Tuesday starting at 8 pjn. Coach I I 16' Sp'l Runabout. 22' Sportsman AmeriC.1 gas thriftiest fUI Tal
Game Notes: Ike )eoane. popular Corgon-Smith closed fast to over- Carlisle Hughes' Tigers will take
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CLEARWATER The acquisition ark. Cuban catcher opened behind the take Price Regent who led in the on Lakeland here Thursday night I power
20' Cus Runabout 23'
St. Lauia (N) ____ 500 020 001- 0 1 I Plate but left the game in the early going. Express Cruiser !
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Padgett the Boston aUo.
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Braves in order to bolster the McLaland (S) and GaraiioUMa after getting gash on his Hughes said yesterday that the

Phillies' catching staff moved veteran and- Ntarhva<7>l S_, Sitvaatri. Oumpvrt(*).(S). Murphy (7) chin fielding a thrown ban. I IChampagneTied crack Orlando High School band \\22' Deluxe Utility 27' Deluxe Enclosed Cr. '
Red another
Abreau. Cuban
Catcher Rolls Hemsley onto I suc- would be on hand for the opening I|
ceeded Seoane behind the plate. I'I'I
the trading block. night game to add to an already
MIAMI BEACH Cully Rikard's I. ..Tommy Hyde southpaw on last
the
colorful lined up for
program
TAMPA-The Cincinnati Reds home run over the nghtfield wall I I year's squad and an outfielder I I, for Third i inaugural. I Howard Boat Works Inc. '

in the eighth inning the I Davis checked in from Charlotte j ,
emerged from gave ,
a three-game losing I yesterday. The axe is due to After dropping a lop-sided 22- ,
streak by. hammering Schoolboy Pittsburgh Pirates a 3 to 2 victory fall on five or six Orlando players At Gulfport 5 verdict to Robert E. lee in

Tlowe and Dutch Leonard for 13 over the Philadelphia Athletics: today. their season's opener. Thursday Your Chris-Craft Dealer LiL
hits and a 9 to 4 victory over the .... .......ia (AU 010 OOO 010-2 S 2 I tHATTAIIDDiA (IAII ORLANDO CriU GULFPORT. Miss. [lAP A two- the Tigers came back to down
Philadelphia Phillies.Bucky Pitttburih NU __ 010 OOO llx-1 :1 a.. r It ,. a'' a4. r It .. aersit. under par 69 yesterday gave : Duncan U. Fletcher 5-1 Friday
._ler. C.iaman and "...r. Mutrynavail. ; 2b S t I 0 f5C'rngLV. t 5 a I I I j
Walters received credit Tart and Jar,... Kluttx. XrtrinrifAlte 2lIlSPchrnM.If' t. S Scudder Horner Montgomery I as LeRoy Browning, sinking out TELEPHONE 195
for the victory although he Yield- *. rf t I I I '''_IDC.'' a I I I I Ala.. pro., the lead in medal play 12 limited the Jacksonville
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Philadelphia's runs and NEW ORLEANS-Dave "Boo" 311 1Fkre3b after 36 holes of the 54-hole Gulf I team to four scattered hits. I I WHIZZER MOTOR SALES
nine of that club's 10 hits. Harry 4 I I I a..3b a 0 S I 2B.rkly.d Coast Invitational Golf Tourneyat 633.639 Ballouqh Road Daytona Beach. Florida .
Ferris became the I
Gumbert relieved Walters in the first Boston 4 S t a )107.11.! a. 4 II I the Hughes said that either Brown- I 602 N. ORANGE AVE.
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Red Sox pitcher to go the full ".tk.' I' 'S I IPlit.s.b I I I 4 1rttrnu Golf Club. 'I would be his PilOSE4687
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eighth. S I I I 11 Irn.ee.e I. I I S Scudder fired a 34-35-69 yesterday -. or ; I 'S.. BILL HOWARD
route this
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Spring hurled
as the ORLANDO FLA.
( Patk7. lISSIAbrrce.s: ISIS S choice for a starting pitcher ,
Charley Red] Kress socked for total of 139.
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American League champions to a \._.. t I I T SI4svtl., I. I S I Sanford. CREDIT TERMS ARRANGED
Leonard for a two-run homer in 3-to-2 win over the New Orleans .ria.e lS1CSM.jw.p levIs .Joe Moore. .Jr., Louisiana State against .
the seventh inning. Catcher Ray Zckoosk.p llSIl.D..s 15555 University's
freshman golf sensation -
Lamanno chipped in with two Pelicans. mllecf t a I *.!j) _____ also fired a two-under-par ;: Softball PracticesFor
Ferriss contributed three hits to
doubles for the Reds while Lou Totals IT 11 I I 1', Totala II I 1 XT IIa 69 In the second round to take LAWN SWING PORCH SWING
Boston's total of eight but it was Batted for Major ta Ttfc.Chittaaoota Week ListedCity
had
Famey three Phillie sinrtes.PMtadalahia Shortstop .Johnny Pesky who brokeup ( I I I I I I I t-e second place. The San Antoniolad
NO In 001 10O-4 SO 1 Orlanda ___ aaaa S S t I a-aError. shot a 73 Friday and Is now Softball League officials
Ciiwuitiati NU __. 4O* O01 2Ox-9 13 I the game with a ninth-inning .-MrCUlaoaill. MarOT. P.1st.. (I). Maaatnc last released full week's
night a
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March 30 1947 aljr; nnteiji &rnutrl-&tar Page 9HAPPY
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Celebrities
: Dorothy Kirby

Sy HEt' M0SHER i w

Four Homers Athletes Enter 1bt1a

Winners in the Sears-Sen nel-Star fishing contest are

being announced today. This was one of the finest, most Novel TourneyWASHINGTON I Retains Lead

successful fishing contests ever to be carried on in Florida, I

or elsewhere, and many of us will be looking forward to the Off Leonard rAP Bing

next! Needless to. say many fine fish were entered for Crosby may tee off with Sen. Rob- I At AugustaAUGUSTA
< ert Taft [R-Ohiol. for a golf
prizes which did not weigh enoughqualifybut Ii BOB ADDIE I
partner. And Bob Hope may pair
the fish which didmere I
jP to [Washington Times-Herald Sports Staff] I I with Gen Dwight D. Eisen-
real big ones and prizes were Rufus "Boom-Boom" up TAP! Dorothy tt.l .
MIAMI r'
-
I hower. AU this is the interesting a
awarded by the judges after very Segura Upsets Leonard Bobo Newsom's 4 I I I possibility in a National CelebritiesGolf Kirby held the 54-hole lead by J .

careful consideration. some paw protege had little of south-I Tournament to be played at two strokes in the Augusta Wom-
cases bass of the same weight had
fectiveness of his famed the Columbia Country Club here en's Titleholders Golf Tourna-
to be Judged. next on length..Fine here yesterday as the St. 17-18. ment yesterday with a total of

sportsmanship was displayed Jack Kramer Browns man-handled him for four '"w v p May addition to Eisenhower 228. in the face of a'strong challenge 1 11iis's ,
( In Crosby. ..
..
throughout the contest by all con- ..
Babel i
homers in three inningr and Taft and' Hope (who stillisn't I by Mrs. :Mildred I
cerned which after all. is wortha whipped the Nats. 5-4. I I because of Zaharias who played the third ,
a positive entry a
great deaL The complete list of TAMPA IAPJ Francisco "Pan-1, Leonard's ears must hare been (I conflict in dates, the celebrities round in a four-under par 71. a I jl

winners follows: cho" Segura of Ecuador yesterday j. deafened by the ringing wallopsof will include new record for the event. <* ,

$50 ADULT rtrat PrUc.CLACK Dr.SASS Samuel DIVISION 8. Solomon. upset National Champion Jack I the Brownie bats. In three innings 1G I Gen. Omar N. Bradley. Adm.' Mrs. Zaharias' 230 put her ina I l KAes or /

3805 Whit Plains ATC, New York for a Kramer 9-7 6-3 in the semi-finals he worked the rookie south- Chester W. Nimitz and Gen. Alex- second place tie with Louise

13 pound.. 11 os.. bui. caught on a live of the Tampa Invitation Tennis paw gave up seven hits of which ander A. Vandergrift: House Suggs who added a 38-37-75 to .

hiner.$ at second.Welk2S W. P. Blackburn. 1011 I Tournament.Only four were homers two were f 'r 1. Speaker Joe Martin (R-Massl. and her halfway total of 155. 4
Delaney Park Dr.. Orlmndo. 13 pound t Kramer doubles and single. To com-
occasionally did one a
Atty. Gen. Tom Clark the onetime I stroke behind at 231
; A
was
..
1
Heddon Spook. Brick Lake '
$15 third. Richard BI... Orlando. 13 show traces of his championshipform. plete the sad performance he hit :.1''I baseball greats. Carl Hubbell and I Patty Berg, the National Open
pounds. I os. Pumpkin Seed pluc. Clear He served seven double two men and 'walked one. Vern Babe Ruth. (Ruth not have
Miss carded
may :
(I I champion Berg a .i.wO l rASRIt
take L. faults [in the second set and lacked Stephens led the assault with two ., recovered sufficiently from his 38-41-79. I
$10 fourth. P. Gentry. Clinton Tenn .
13 pound Ten. plu. Lake Wale the accuracy in his forcing shots j I straight homers in the first and .. .,.. + ". recent illness to compete but he
$' finn. Bob Bishop Winter Park 12 '''f Ten behind Miss
necessary to gain the net. third innings. strokes Kirby
: has said hell be around as a
I spec-
la* 12 os 2000 hog pluc. Lake Vlrclnia. '
$5 sixth.* A. H. TePa 2102 Mlcklewait1UU. Segura playing like a machine WalterMasterson was slightly ROSE Mrs. Billy Rose tator if not as a player). Supreme but still in the running for the
PortMBouth. Ohio. 12 pound 10 ..* got his racket on everything better as he gave up four singles I I : Court Justices Stanley Reed and title was Helen Sigel. who posteda

live shiner.aeventh.Welaka.M J. a..Dtckenon. 207 Woodward Kramer could send across and em- and no runs in his five innings. the former Eleanor Holm, and William O. Douglas 3'1-40-'l'l for a 54-hole total

Are.. Kustls.: 12 pounds. live bait. ployed a perfectly-working drop Denny Galehoue was the win- former amateur and professional -I I There also will be some people of 238. Mrs. Estelle Lawson Page
Sellers Lake. shots to take vital points.In nine pitcher although he was occupied fifth place with a
$5 elchtn. B. M. Walker. Lake BartonDr. swimming champion, around who know how to play
the other semi-final match punched around pretty well as I I 39-3S 75-241.
Orlando. 11 pounds B os* BawiiaaWltller. Miami eolf. They: will Include Bobby
LJttte Late Barton. Oardnar Mulloy defeated Billy the Nats counted roar runs on keeps in shope on tennis -
as ninth. can. Edn UorrUo 1SOO Jones Walter Hagen Gene I
Talbert 7-5 8-6. nine hits. Ellis Kinder was the court. The current record-breaking
Grand Are. Orlando. 11 pound S oa Sarazen and Tommy Armour.
live bait. 1a Clear Lake. \ anchor man and crave up the I ,U. S. orange crop was nearly '
*$ tenth. J. C. Oibsoa. 323 Ponce do Nats' remaining one hit. I But they'll have their own tournament twice as large as the prewar aver- THE TROPICAL SUIT THAT"BREATHES"FRESH AIR *)
Lean Place. Orlando. 11 pound Rea and won't compete
Spoon. Lake Hickory. Girls Softball The Nats left the post a run in Good Crowd Seen against the other big shots t..
.. 81 eleventh. O. B Morton lit. Dora. 11 front in the first inning on successive 1 I
pound !lv. bait. Sellers Lake. The object of the tournament is
a* twelfth o. M. Veach. Orlando. 11 singles by Buddy Lewis For 'A' to raise for and focus attention $29 I
money age.ALUIiINUl11
PlayoffOne
pound 2000 rrot. Band Lake. League. Opens Stan Spence and Mickey Vernon.
I I on a campaign to get
$ thirteenth Marvin Carroll. Orlando. Leonard got past the first bat- \ \
11 pound 2COO rr.... Clear Lake of the largest basketball every youngster in the nation into I I'I
but Berardino :
M fourteenth. A. H. Tepa 10 Us. 10 OS. ter. Al Zarilla '
Jive shiner. Welaka.S Play May 5 looked a couple over then boom. turnouts of the Class A Basket- some type of sports. I
flluenth. J. B. EHckerson. 30t Woodward 'I CANOES
'I
Ae. KiutU.: 10 pound*. I os. lire The ball sailed over the left-field ball League season is expected at j TIGERS I 90R
bait. Sellers Lake. with fence 351 feet Leonard had ,I RETURN MATIIIS who
The Girls Softball League away. fir men own a Norttcool-summer
*S sixteenth. .. .. Betty Koons. Orlando. his when Davis Armory at 8 p.m. tomorrow OCALA rAP) Red MathL'I.I' prompt
time to
10 pound 4 os.. Pal-0-nlne. Lake four teams entered will open its hardly get breach I when Bumby Hardware and '' catcher who was sold conditionallyto holds a pleasure that is over much too quickly I
BOYS AND aiKLS BLACK Stephens slugged! one not 10 feet .
$15 first prise. Blllr Henderson.J"Up'1 1947 season on the night of May off the mark where Berardlno's I O'Briens Pharmacy first and sec I'I'I the Detroit Tigers is being returned dui/Yt How keenly you'll enjoy the coal comfort of a
lot Grand Are* Orlando. 1O pound 5 at Exposition Park Mrs. E. J. I'. to the Atlanta Crackers.
River Runt plus. Lake Underbill. 1..1 home hit. ond-half flag winners meet for NorthcooL How
liD ...,...... MU AnneU Roc.... 10. Orlando. McDermott Executive Secretary of Jeff Heath struck out and Witte I.I.I Earl Mann president reported deeply you'll appreciate the stay

.POPk.. S pound. 1 .os* live bait. Lake' the Young Women's CommunityClub was hit on the knee by a pitchedball. I the league championship. yesterday. smart appearance of the fine, porous, wrinkle

i --IS third. Oeorct Reed. 15. 1613 Orsnsod I, Walt Judnich doubled to cen- r. resistant fabric. Wear it wherever
and director in the girls you go-confident
Ave Orlando. S pounds. S a
osv CrlP-
ter but a fine throw to the plate

5 Minnow fourth. pint.Ted Lauihlln Lake Lancaster.14. 3220 LakeShore ,I league announced yesterday. by Gerry Priddy on Spence's relay Judge Moore Poplar Volo SetSeason's that Northcool's distinction will make the

Dr* Orlando T pounds. B (X* Hirer Sponsors, with respective man- cut Witte down at the plate and I proper impression.
Hunt. Lake
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$9 fifth Larrr Under, 13. 1010 B. Robin agers listed were announced as I saved Leonard temporary embar- Or., till
on. Orlando ,5 pounds. 12 .... River Runt.In rassment.In Records in Workouts
follows Orlando Transit Co. Mrs.
Lake County. : at
third the Browns
the were
$5 sixth. James Powell. 11.12 West Gore Louise Powell; Southern Bell Tele- ./tH/,111 use I
Orlando. S pounds .11 os.. worn. Lake it again. Stephens opened negotia- b> DAVID "PIGGY" FRIEDMANThe I
phone Co., Miss Betty sellers; Pick
Dana.IS seventh. Billy Push. 11. Lockkhart. S and Pat. Mrs. Pickering; and Pur- tions with another homer to Heath his [ Sunday Sentinel-Star Harness-Horse Expert] 17' Square Stern Model suit-

pounds Robinson t piue.os. at. Johns River on a Wo. a cell Clothing Co. Winston Smith. walked favorite then left Witte field took spot. out his Fast workouts by two-year-olds from the Ben White able for out-board motor

SPECKLED .PCMCH and Tom Berry Stables featured the highlights of the train- now available weight 74
The classified membership card In the homer ,
following girls were -
$10 first prise. Wm. J. Knlsbt. of 1025 Ibs. ._ $:05
West Tale. Orlando for a perch 'of. 1 as AA pitchers: Doris club by belting one to the fatal ing performances of the past week at the Florida Livestock J

.pounds$5 second.a ...U..O._Wells, of 63C W. Concord Kruse. Marjorie Ricker. Dorothy left field spot. Exposition Grounds, Inc., half-mile track and mile track at Waring Blendors
2 pounds. 4 ... Mr. Wells also won a Wolfe and Betty Pickering. Two That made it 5-1 and Galehouse Now in Stock
Casselberry. ,
$2 sixth priM with a 1 pound. 11 os. perch other AA pitchers who will be seemed to be going along; fine. In I

and 1 pound.a $2 10 seventh osS3 prize with a perch of assigned at a later date are Sis the fourth- it was the Nats' turn. Trainer Ben. White i drove the trotting colt, Judge Moore,

third. B. Hodses. 422 K. Orange. Orlando Heringdine and Beverly Cowart I Vernon and.Trais, singled and owned and bred by W. N. Reynolds -''. Home & Hobby House !

2 pound Frank Mancusco rapped a one- a mile in 2:21',2.: last half In
$2 fourth. Ben a......... (IS B. Llvlnc- Each team will be allowed a ros- Owner E: E. Nelson worked the pacing Traie Mark I
ston. 2 pounds. baser to left scoring Vernon.I. 1:06: %, last quarter in 32% seconds filly. Toper Scott <3>. a mile tm 30V.-.36.!.
$3 fifth. Gerald Roberta. Orlando. 1pound. ter of 15 players. When Heath's throw to the plate a season's record for two- Owner Clarence Chase worked the two I
14 oa. The Softball Committee com- pacers. Ulah Direct <6). a mile in 2:36
BREAM of the Orlando went wild. Travis went to third year-old trotters over a half-mile and Baby Glow ill, that has been psclnc s. I 9 1a1An
members
Ito first prise. Jame. Powell. 11. of 12 posed of and Mancuso to second. George track and Tom Berry drove the on the trot and shifted to the pace a
W. Gore. Orlando. 1 pounds tit ... Amateur Athletic Association and in to pinch-hit for worked a mile on the lateral salt In e4J
Myatt came pacing colt. Poplar Vole [121, owned
young Powell aloe took third fifth and 2361ti. evenly rated
sixth pnses .f $2 each. for bream ...elch1 Community Club are as follows: Leonard and lined a triple to left. i I and bred by Mr. and Mrs. R. C. J. C. PETERSON STABLE:
tag pound 1 ounce and S os. and 1 os. Mrs. Charles Goodman and Coite scoring Travis and Mancuso and Larkin. Poplar Hill Farm Lexington Trainer R. J. Promt worked the trot- rJ C'R: : $5 second prise. Patsy Simonds. S. of Hill co-chairmen. Mrs. Robert I ter. Musket Hanover (4). in 2.3033.: the !J I
Winter Park 1 pound- ox. making it 54.WAIHINGTON Ky.. worked a mile in 2:2Ui: pacing filly. Rubv Majesty (3), an evenly I
Riddle Miss Boots Evans. Mrs. J. (Al ST. LOUIS CA, .
$2 fourth. Herman Bweclunan..Til Conway i last quarter in :32',2. a season's rated mile In 2 :18
Rd 1 pound. V. oS..s- E. Stripling. Mrs. Coite Hill. Lou ASRHPOAI ASRHPOA TOM RESeT' STABLE
SUMLFItH Jim fen IT 1Lewi 0 s e .rill. Tf 4 e 1 I 0 record for either age or gait over a I (M.I;" Track, Wfrnnol Orivinf Park 1115 East Colonial 206 N. Orange Ave.
Robert Heintzleman. .
Winning aallflah. oni prize offered. $10 Hurst. I P,3.. If 20.1 SWr'd'.2b312i1. mile track by a twoyearoldpacer. Casselverry, ). "* In Colonialtown" I'
each woe by Irvine R. Brown of 413 Evans Art Karst and Mrs. Carl .. rf 111 1 Pel.... 251001. $ The various members trained In Im-
Broadway. Orlando with his Sl-pounder. r..... Tf I all .are,._. II' I t I 5Seem. proved form the past week. The paring
Hall. .. If 2 5 2 t t Hue.k. n I 0 1 0re" All are two-rrsr-old trotter unless <
t token off Palm: Beach. I colt. Poplar r D R. <2) in 2 25 'i-:34. owned
CHANNEL BASS ,., Sib. 4 I 2 a Hralk. If 21C. pwifird numbers In parenthesis indicates and bred by Mr and Mrs. R. C. Larkin.
WlnnlSL channel baas one prise offered. Tr.Tlt. lh 4 1 1 S 2 H M'I'm. If 1 O e I e their sse. The following are the work- Poplar Rill Farm. Lexington. Ky.
C 110. won by Harold O. Wilson 415 Boone Club To Hold PrtiMT. 2k 4 0. 1 1 Wine.. 110 1 I 15 0 outs from the various stables). ,the pacing filly Nana Hanover (2).
Bt. with his 40-pounder. from Mosquito Boys lIulU.... M S See SSiree.. ]k 1 $00 S SIN WHITE STABLES In 2.36-.3T: the trotters. Arnold Hanover -
Inlet.. Man.". e$125 S Jednlrk rf 552 1 Ames Scott mile In .26-
worked a mile In 34-30. a 2 :34. Volnp-
TROUT Free Throw ContestA r mll. e I' e 2 Lebwr. rf I 1 e t.rd. 0 handy: Adeline Hanover in 36-35.: a I tuous In 2 2733. Rollo In 2 2A--3S: : Dr.
Wining l..troUone prize offered 110. Lm. p I. 5 0 5 Nrl.t's 3b 4 1 1 1 promising filly: Wilbur Hanover in 241"38' : ,- Malone in 228V4-:35. Whippet's. Charlie in
on by Ward P. Hatnes. of Melbourne, with basketball free throw contestfor M urn*. p .. e e !.tls.. 0 1I$1 : .. trsinin? in improved form. The 2'33-:36. Highland Lassie in 2:30-:35: Way
pound. 4 ... flab from Indian River. members of the Orlando Boys 2M.art I 1 Farb.. a I. I 4 1R followlnc worked their last Quarter at the Yonder <3> In 22--32.: Nymph Hanover ,
SLUE," B.M,,. 1 1 S S e r; b''a'. p 1 1 e. 0 1 end of their 115w l mile: Monroe Hanover 3) In 223V.-331: ..: the pacers. Poplar
Winning bluefUh. one $10 prise offered Club will be held in the gymna- Kinder S 1 1 In37.. bright Star in -.38V4: Her Grace Byrd (JI la 2 22-:32: Direct Chief In
tea by Gilbert Storm. Sunset Ct* Or sium of the Davis Armory beginning ..... -/ as"1 In :39 Star Girl in :40U. latter first time 22H.32'and Ann Beliowa O) in
T. IS le J4 lrl| TnUls
clocked and rhowinir improvement 22.ll.-33l
Undo with hU S pound. 14 ounce ; the
Monday and ending Monday .Band fqr le.n.rd I. "IL putns fill,. santa Mil IS*. a handy mile Owner r. r. Hllmtr trained his three-
7.Two uRittnl tar Muterwm In Ito if 31-34: the trotters. Niblik 'horse stable the week la
April tJl in 2:23.: lightly past
A Good Place To Fish Prep. by lulus: .. lat quarter in :33. last eighth In :111 H. a : improved form The trotter. Letor 101.
divisions will be employedwith viuhlnsloa. __ __ 155 -tat I
fast trick. Pacing colt. Titan HaL 2:26: worced: a mile in 114-314: : the pacers. \
boys under 151years( of Louis __ *u **i-I 34. The following 'Star RS'lIR1IE
OAKLAND age two Itehtly trained: You in ll'--:32 and Little Dan \
Toe kiM klt: IiKlnlrk. Grar These bee klti: 'Deana Hanover <3< mile in 2 S). .
with 25 free throws allotted 37 and Wllllnia I Worth \ In 16--33.
competing MjritL Horn ran.: Renrdiim. Slrphnw. 2. Wlp&s.eHke : Hanover (3) In 2:39.: Madison HanoverIn Owner i, H Nicholson worked his two-
FISHING DOCK to each entry while boys un- hlu: G.Dnnbl. plan: Chyttt 22314.J4'4.. horse stable also in Improved form. The 'lOUR
t* Brrardln to Wilt: Mean* t* Prlddy
"0. Lake Apopka"BoatsBaitMotor der 18 will shoot 50. A gold medal M TmiolL Hit kv pitrhxl. kaliBT LmartfWlttt E. POWNALL STABLE: trotters. Princess: Marts 2274.: last quarter In :304. latter quarter -
The paclni colt. Mamscot 12). workeda
will be awarded the winner in ( ) Mn.it: Bun batted to' Verm. Sw-
...i... Stephan. 2. Wives 2. M........ MT. 1. mile In 224a.-:343. in improved form. at a rate of 2.03 for the mile; Slick- SEll
John Gramlin ria. each division with silver medals Run mt ball. : Off Ioeard 1. oft 1\1_. 2: The aged members worked In Improved I..n 15) In 2 2834:
*. MIT. Oakland. going to the second highest scor- .t Turk< use B. 1 oaard L by G.'e) 4. krMaitanno form: the trotters. Golds (6), in 2.17'32 -.- TRACK NOTES AND VISITORS \
Visitors Mr. and Mrs. John D. Lewis
.. >.: Apple Hanover 491. In 21S-33H
: 4. byt.0er Pltrbins cooed: Off : \
ers. I..mard T Mt. S niMm S Inmnn: *n Mu- Mary Hanover <8> in 2 28--3235 and the and. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bebout. Muscle.Ind
,. .. CS : Mr and Mrs H. P. Mulligan. Gr.DdH..n. 1\RES\
T- 4 bin runs I. s Innmu; Off G. pacer Expendable > in 22032. .
Mach Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Connel. \
1' boo.. 0 bill. 4 tvm 1. S liminn: I D. c. John l"Iekber.W.t..rto..n.
I I The two-rear-old Washington ;
members worked InIlmpro..d
1 hit' ma I. 4 Inainit. Left us 11 : 8 .. Hro.n i. i form: the pacing colt. Ohio N. Y.; W. H. Ingraham.Brookfleld. \
Tin: 1:4L r.pim i : Boyar I_. NeE.ldey.FISHING >Hal 421 Mrs.. H. Pyle up). coupled with It H.: B. H. Latham. Carthage.
I I 1T ,the flu.. Mercer Abbe. H. Pyle up). former N. Y: N. 1. Tener. WashingtonvUle. M Yo.E.
[timed In 229-33. latter In 29S--351: W. George representing the Palm
I the trotter. Guy Happy Thoughts <3>, in Beach Trailing: Auo. Ine. Palm Beach;
SEASON 25H--35 and the pacer. The Judge Directly L. McCracken. Portland. Me.; Miss Katb-
(Gi. in 225H34FLOVD erlne Scott New York City and Dr. and
HANNIS STABLE Mrs H W. Backus. Cooperstown.. N. Y.
t tWorWsF.edFislr I The Lexington Ky.. Trots Breeders Assn.
OPENAT The trotters Earl Jade Mite <6).
-.rnBV5 1Av worked in 2.20-:34. Katherine Tipton (CI.i announced they had received: a large entry
+ I In 2:20-:33 and the pacer Frisco Pat in2.30's:351.4 for their early closing: events which
: closed March 17. The dates for the historic ., .. ,... ,
C. .. CHAPPELL STABLE race meeting are Sept. 24 to Oct. 4. 4-
ORANGE FISHING LODGE The ...d members were lisbtlr trained Ed Keller racing secretary of tha Western -
Boats 6eidasaNdTa I the past week The two-year-old bowed Harness Racing Assn. announced 6OO s .F.C t..
Improvement: the pacing colt. No Mo hordes are on the grounds at HollywoodPark t
April 1st "Ed" Milam.[ Mgr. Direct <2>. a mile In 2:34: -.,-3'*.: the Race Track intlewood. Calif. All
kleIrec.bsl trotttni colt Hiltown. in 2.40-:37: thep..en. indications point for the race meeting to
NEW CAMP Roy DUIard <3). in 22S-.34V,: be a success Raring dates are April 11
FISHING PARTY -NEW BOATS I Wyn-E-Law <5' m 2.28-:3", Gay Adam In Mar 17 with S4OO 000 In pursea for the a4/d
NEW MOTORS-MODERN ffl' in :2 I 211',.-J5 and Pure Gold (.> in 27 daya ftf racing for the horsemen t.ahr. I
rr rllllr s BOAT COTTAGES WITH ALL g.**>1.-141. .,.. rr
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Persons Day $3000; 7 to 10
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To National Post 'I Osceola Sales i<. DeLand Tourist CUSTOM ALl'MINCM BUILT .VENETIAN STEEU WOOD BLINDS


P. SWOPE, Orlando realtor and chairman of Florida GUARANTEED TEN DAY DELIVERYTerms

'.0. ,, Real Estate Commission, has been honored by Na- at low as S.H per nratfc

tional Pres. Morgan Fitch by appointment on his 1947 Com Top $$65,000 Influx Boosted RADBILL VENETIAN BLIND CO.

mittee on Education. The committee will continue its ef- ; a IN E. Kilty Pasty I-tlt7

forts to promote the writing of adequate real estate text-
(ISnecinl to TK Sunday Sentinel-Storl I BT T. A. PlIC
'books and encourage colleges and I KISSIMMEE Real estate fOur Own Staff Q'tresoondentl
universities to set up courses ofstudy" '
transactions totaled more than DELAND Reassuming conditions -
in real estate. Warner G. .. ,
$65.000 for the last two weeks as R' which existed before the war.
Baird of Chicago is chairman shown on the records of the Osce- DeLand influx of tourists during LUMBERBUILDING ,
ola County Court House. the 1946-47 season exceeded expectations ..

W-E-T BILL was defeated I I The highest price paid for as well as accommodations -
THE the House but it is back t<. property in the County daring and many would-be Winter
a
again in the Senate as the T-E-W I! this period as !shown by the residents were forced to seek living SUPPLIES
bill and appears to be moving State Revenue !stamps placed on quarters elsewhere in the State. '
toward passage there. National pt the deeds recorded in the offices 5 g,z. Walter Lahrman. secretary of the I i
? organizations representing more I of J. L. Overstreet. County 1 ir Chamber of Commerce said. I '
Oak Flooring Pine 'Ceiling
Flooring Siding
the
of tourists at
Registrations
than 200,000 of those who best Clerk, was $7,500 for a propertyin
1 R have knowledge of building and Kissimmee sold by Mr. and Wt'V y Y +' kr 1 rx Chamber of Commerce were more I 1: Sash Doors Mouldings Sash Weights Cord
) kindred matters have opposed Mrs. John S. Cadel to James B. i than 20 per cent over last year'sfigure
with 391 in 1945-46 as compared Sash Locks *
Government controls and Govern- Rile,. I i Builders Hardware Nails Roofing
I with the current season I
ment activity in home building Next high at approximately 56.- *
s number of 591. Probably only 20 abinets.
such as these bills propose. Thev 3 500. was sale of St. Cloud property :i.
are National Association of Real belonging: to Miss Stella Brund- .C'a''ir. per cent of the tourist register And Many More Articles
( with the CofC. Lahrman said.
Estate Boards. National Retail
age to Edith Washburn. Mrs. 'J
w I Ii 1
; ,
Lumbermen's Assn., National Association Jessie L. Beaman purchased prop- Tourists from ,26 States and

of Home Builders. Na- erty in Kissimmee from the estateof :{ ,, ,',t Canada registered during: the
tional Home and Property Owners. Amanda Henson for 5750. y > season. New York led all others PHILLIPS INDUSTRIES INC.

i Foundation. American Bankers Mrs. Harriet Waller sold property ""..... '\:'??-.:' .>1t 1.1 tt .. J I with 91, Vermont was second ,
Assn.. United States Savings and in St. Cloud to Mr. and Mrs.I f with 43. and Massachusetts took PHONE 2-L'29 1tI1CH1GAAVE.. AT ACL RY.
''
Loan League and others. They Philemon: B. Whitehead for $5.500 '''. ,$.;;,f-J:." 1 1 third by registering 37. 1
realize that "eternal vigilance is and for the same amount Mr. and --.::. ,,-, <
,
\
F _
'.. ,. Other States and number visiting I
the price of liberty" and of every- Mrs. John S. Cadel purchased'property '0, s :!-
>
1\1\; >>: < DeLand follows: Illinois,
.. are as
thing else. from Miss Orpha Rose of Aw'kf' .; .y< J

O. P. SWOPE Washington. Va. ...... ,.;. 5 20; Indiana. 10: Iowa. .2: Kansas. I
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_u <1' ,.... A....._.;.. 'tW- .." 1. Kentucky. 9; California. 1:
Washington Com- given new honor. Two properties in the county Connecticut 31; Delaware 2; I ..? .
REALTORS an outstanding I chanced hands for approximately I I 'MINE DETECTOR' USED ON BABY: Betty Ramsey Heft], i i I District of Columbia. 3: New ,

'group of Realtors who donate personal expenses in an effortto $5,000. one in St. Cloud nurse in the Ponce de Leon Infirmary at Atlanta Ga, uses a Hampshire 18; New Jersey 18:

their time and pay their own uphold free enterprise and between seller/ to Mrs.Mrs.Jrnhie%ema H.Van Russell Tas- safety pin detector copied after mine detectors employed on North Carolina. 4; Ohio. 13; :,

the removal of restrictive legis sel. buTer. and Mr.' and'Mrs.' bottle fields to locate buried death traps to find a pin swallowed Pennsylvania Rhode Island.25. 7; South Caro- a # .f .

+ lation. The committee is on its Robert F. Newton sold a piece of by nine-month-old Antoinette Baly The instrument gives lina. 2; Virginia. 8: West Virginia ii y
SKILL EXPERIENCE last ditch struggle. Alexander land on the Pleasant Hill Roadto off a buzzing sound which means the safety pin lodged in the 2; Wisconsin. 8;.Maine. 20; Mary aa t

Makes all the difference in the world Summer chairman says this Other Earl Lamb.transactions and the baby's throat is magnetic. Mrs. R. E. Baly mother-of the child land, 4; Michigan. 17; and Minnesota ti ,
in construction. week that Sen. Albert Hawkes Ontario registered 9 and
amounts involved were sale of watches. Shortly afterwards the pin was removed safely by a r r
bill to get rent relief and lift I Quebec 4. ; ,,
"Morris Builders Has Both"One controls from new constructionis property of Mrs. Edna C. HortonSt. I magnetic instrument [AP Wirephotol.Caution ]. ,I During the season inquiries con- 9
Cloud to Mr. and Mrs. Orion
- --- -
the last desperate hope of corning Winter vacation facilities
contract means one responsibility !- E. Burkett for $3.800, purchasedby I'
and to millions of small property own- There were" received from four M
savings jou. vw
Mr, and Mrs. Percy Ford for: I }
ers. in InsecticideSprays foreign countries- : Johannesburg
Consult Your Local Architect $3.100 of property in St. Cloud belonging Handling South Africa; Lima. Peru; Mexico ."

p OL. WALTER C. Piper past to Henry V. combs: for I I ,City; and Havana, Cuba, j.
We will appreciate an opportunity
$1.600 sale of St. Cloud propertyby
to bid on jour project. vy president of NAREB and only Urged
by County Agent
Mrs. Clara M. Burdick to Mr.
'
honorary life member of Florida Spuds Johnson says if you want
and Mrs. W. D. Eiselstein for .
MORRIS BUILDERS INC.t27 Association of Realtors is now ; I I to improve a pinch of salt drop it
$2 800. sale by West Virginia Insecticide dusts and other chemi fi
ra s,
I p ) protective
on the way to recovery at St. An- ,I on a nice hunk of steak.
Ediewater Drive Ph. 4 W1 Training School of Intercession cals Lake Concord i Estate
thony's Hospital at St. Petersburg. properly applied prevent extensive agricultural> losses
City to Mr. and Mrs. Edmond 1
but carelessly handled they can cause disability or deathof
James Newton; Intercession City Jas. Gamble II
Rogers i
MILLWORK I property of Mr and Mrs. Damon livestock or human: bem s, declared Orange County 221 WEST- ,COLONIAL DRIVE
D. Banks sold for $2.500 to Mr. Agent Fred Baetzman..c --- Architects Engineers I
CABLNETS SASH STORE FIXTURES DOORS I and Mrs. Augney E. McCloud. I I In fact says Baetzman. they are Building Consultants Landscaped Irrigated Plot 100 x 200-

.1- SPECIAL ITEMS I I Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Pelong sold I something like matches and gaso Modern Residence in Lake Front Elegance.
Farm
DRY CYPRESS ON HAND I I their Klssunmee property for $1- line-they're useful, necessary and Highlands POST OFFICE BUILDING

C. E. HUDSON 700 to Mrs. Grace Hazlett of WilI I I(safe if intelligently handled but I WINTER PARK FLA. --- -
z-4487 1135 w. Church St. hamsburg, Ontario Canada; pur-I,i I they must be treated with the QUICK POSSESSIONSHOWN
chase for $1,000 by Mr. and Mrs.L. same respect.
E. Skagg of property in Kis-1 Expansion Seen
simmee of Miss Mary ,Louise 'I The agent recommended the "INSURANCEP'RE BY APPOINTMENT
Thacker; for 1000. sale of Kis- storage of insecticides in a
,
-
RADIO REPAIRING simmee property: to William R. I ICouldeiy | closed metal container. clearly 'S)-,.e'-rol! IT The Sjn-fcy: S) ntmel: -Star] AJTOMOBBURGLARY SURETY BONOSG'NEIL5LEEJ i-t
by Mr. and Mrs. George identified and labeled away
from kitchen or food stocks. SEEKING A great deal of
A. Barker. M. MOSS 13th
liP OUR WORK FULLY GUARANTEEDTO I I J.
activity in clearing draining and
Edward Clyde Beam transferredhis I ,
This
YOUR; SATISFACTION will avoid the accidental I II >4.- -i( '
: Kissimmee property to John mixing of unidentified poisons irrigating land and expanding im COMPLETEu::, RANGE AR.VPHONE. "E *2 S. MAIN ST. PHONE can
LOWEST SERVICE CHARGE I Farmer for $1.300; Mr. and Mrs.1I 1 I"with I flour sugar or other food \proved pasture acreage has been \ .4500 30iMTfALF'/ b
Paul F. Wright sold IntercessionCity J
I commodities. noted in Highlands County recently -
la..i Associated S3O Wh.. In Need el Rdi *r Phono Repair property to Mr. and Mrs.
143 N. P1iUEORA.GE Fumigants. such; as sodium and !: by County Agent V. T.
Walter W. Hinsnaw for 1.500.;
ASSOCIATED STORES I calcium cyanide are especially Oxer
5300' and the of Kissimmee i
City pur-
dangerous and should be kept in One large concern: is developing -
chased land from Mr. and Mrs. I I
tight containers plainly labeled I 2,000 aria for vegetable
/ G. H. Prather for $2,000. and stored in a dry place away I I plantings while another is reclaiming
\ from living quarters. several thousand acres
SPRUCE UP YOUR SHABBY SOIL TESTS Carbon disulfide. the common I for improved pasture develop LIFETIME
USEALUMINUM
SEBRING Highlands County grain fumigant. is highly flam- ment. FOR
farmers are becoming more and mable and should be handled and Pasture and vegetable acreage
Ytue more aware of the need for treating stored like gasoline. development work is also being
o..7tmze1 soils of excessive acidity done on tracts ranging in size
.w judging by the Increasing numberof During the spraying npera-
from 100 to 1.000 acres by several;
soil samples County Agent V. tion keep on the windward side I II i other cattlemen and vegetable
T. Oxer is receiving for testing. 1 I II I I at! much as possible" with. legs .'farmers. ,.

and arms covered. j I If present plans are carried
I is 1. I Americans are eating more I I After spraying. bathe and oat. Oxer said. 1947 will be a big USE
cheese than ever before. Per capita
change clothes. To avoid accumulation year in agricultural expansionand
consumption in 1946 was 7 pounds. I
of residue wash cloth- development in Highlands
Rtttort original fceoirry and .. .; ing used in spraying operations County.
= frequently. I From reports he has received
Step daapnets with BONDEX
FORRENT Baetzman pointed out that it the county agent believed that
Get rid of lhoi ugly water, is advisable to stop treatment with ,F!avocados will become of Increasing -
taint bring life STOREAt the stronger chemicals such as':', importance In Highlands WINDOWSNO
new and arsenicals and DDT from 15 to County and that avocado plant-
color with, 'Bondelro the paint 1 Southeast Corner 30 days before harvest time. II'I ings will replace citrus on much of

that teats up the pore that l If the vegetables: need contin- the county's Norfolk sand hill
s Orange & Jefferson 'I
let moisture in. It., lam
easy- uing protection use relatively
and Bonds U low in cost. Alntxxxi AVAILABLE FOR OCCUPANCY harmless agents such as rotenone -- RUST-NO PAINTING-NO UPKEEP
UNTIL 19W
pyrethrum or nicotine sulfate.
[1.Ptt< .k.|bout $900 vMiConcrita.
ont Dillon) ,wfcit* *- _I."" ,. RENT $300 PER MONTH: Vegetables that have been
.-_...... H. N. ROTH thoroughly washed In preparation I
Get rnr BONDEX Color Chart I".... for table use. -HUNDREDS .IN STOCK-
809 Metcalf Bid t!
When spraying with DDT inside
Burke Tropical PaUt C*. Robert Supply C*. Phone 2-2427 of houses extinguish all AlotldHl/ BAl.i1.der4
J open
CM W. RobiBioa Ave. M W irksoa St.Baildrrf fires because of the explosive ?tole ALL STANDARD SIZES
characteristics of the oil base
The Sherman-Williams C*. S ppy ovelty Co.. Br
171 Ne, Orakp, lre. Winter Park. FU. used.Do not spray children's toys FOR YOUR HOME Tr
wtBONDEXM77 WAREHOUSESPACE food or eating and drinking utensils NO WAITING
Read carefully the manufac- 1
I // / >M///f/// CEMENT turers' labels on insecticides rand and 1 I a
sprays note their warnings
instructions and follow them!

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57 x 214 Second Floor. 37 See Us Before You .
fjlain colored walls
E. Marks' St. Heavy
freight
MYy rare
t becoming more

N ROWD PROTECTONuM elevator rear. also front en popular every day...it
,
In YOMF Plans
Bring
B"rURN
trance. $200.00 per month. ; gives your home that
MAXIMUM SEAUTV '
Touch:
''One lease subject Hollywood !
II year re- Simplicity of walls sets Lei Us Help You With

,.. Olf newal for another
.K.
lt year. General Insurance off draperies and furniture -

1 11l11f1 1 I !If III +, Mortgage Loans that affords you a I Your Window Problems' i

1 Real Estate relief from the ordinary.You .
11 l/II/i/!! / lll ;

+1.,', 1'' t ltll f DIXIE FREEZER Hall Bros. can achieve this
jt Agency effect in one easy operation NO CHARGEPRICES

*" > f iii t f '/ 'r rll/jlf/ 37 E. Marks 112 N. Orange TeL 5183 by using Spred

Flat, the oil-base water-
I mix paint. Select one of
.
1 i the aecontor-('leferred *

colors paint it right over
YOU CAN BUY ON TIME
old wallpaper, and in a

few hours the room

Nlsas r radiates with new beauty.
1 >
ea rl is to Fa0TEC110M ADDITIONS -
s r GARAGES
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!' .. tlfl i $3.49 gal. $1.15aqt. ,
tea I
llr i ( i ATTIC ROOM
OVERHEAD DOORS
.. ztt
6EA011 ..... teplra ''ts teqPERILAAEtI sites BAY WINDOWS PANELING ARE -lUhuUnu4(j of dlutninum

BREAKFAST NOOK INSULATION '

Snort and modestly priced. these BREEZEWAY MEDICINE CABINETS Et LOW
"BEAUTIFUL BUT TOUGH"O
gracefully curved ventilated awnings of finest durable wood OUTDOOR FIREPLACES -
CABINETS 4 .

blend perfectly with the style of your home. Budget plan FLOORS PAINTING .1

available. For free estimate simply telephone I
PLASTERING WALLBOARD

ROOFING STAIRSNO Come in and colors see and Spmftattraftiit bow /)

Ventilated i Awnings of Orlando I easily it's doze -

DOWN PAYMENT EASY MONTHLY TERMS

YOU CAN MAKE THOSE HOME REPAIRS B 4
II E. CHURCH: ST. ROOM: 115

AND IMPROVEMENTS NOW. .

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SMYTH LUMBER CO. I I I 228 N.. ORANGE CENTRAL FLORIDA'S EXCLUSIVE DEALER FOR


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Prices I II I Closing Stock Quotations I American Trade I ._. ; ; I


nOCKS IN TUB sportiesT Hd*.' High Lew Last I
NEW YORK Aa> Sa... cleainw .nea I Socony-Vseuom 33 14*. 141. 14"-. Good Friday >
and Mt ehan** of th* IS mut actro* ,Sou Am O & P i.e. 2 4% 4>. 4H
Downward --.. --r-: Soil Cal Edison ; 40* 4O1. 40-. Deals SuggestedWASHINGTON '
Edge I :
United Car ..--.n. "* ehanM Southern Pacific 4O' 40"- 40'. :
Nat Oi-till L1S55km v 4 i Southern Ry _- 4 41'. 40*. 40; j
I Unit Air Line 4.Sl-31 Plus %* Sparks Within 4 6'. 6V.. ... '
Jay Sf. _,ea-u "-* 2VtSinclair Sperry Corp _' 1 20*. 20** SONSpinel LAP Under- Breakfast Set *
DOW.JONU.AW.Aeu Oil .--.a Vmm* 1,40 lac ___ 13'. 13*, 13'
(. NEW YORK. (UPI O.wJe w d.&aiavvassE Sacany v.. ....-I A_ IMUM VAm Stand Brands : 33>4 33> 33*, ;i secretary of State Will Clayton
Airline s.2M-I.... .|M. >.* Stand OU Cal == 55 V, 55": 551' told the House Ways and Means
;$tock O*... Huh Lew CI-M MetCh.M .; Clec III .,.Iea.1.|... M.C.mrtn Stand Oil Sod 4 40S 40>. 40H |I, .xc:1
< kids U..., I7S.S In... 17S-M off arrM Cfe 4> SM 311 minus %fc Stand Oil M J .: :;: '1 67 Va 66'. 67>. Committee yesterday that "this is AH Hl-Y and Tri-Hi-Y Clubs
rail 4..BT 4.JJ .*..1 4ai eft.-.. AVCO ... 2.* -HI ..a enaneGen Stand OU Ohio 27 26&. 26%- the best time in modern historyto ; : of Orange County are on
.. a7 ISM 3SMM ISSas
:JlS til 34.0 H. Matar 2.IS-41*. minusN.tk 1,40 8td 8U 6pr __ 1 1SV. IS*. 15V .- i : ut
MM. 4-01 MatJ.M ...1 eft.1. Am C. ._27'* minus V* Sterling Dm __ 2-44'. 44'. 44StoketyVan '. get foreign Governments to 4 ; 4r Good Friday in the
0_d. CU. .. Net C:... 10 19*. 19'. 19*.
development
Ohte Oil 245523 HMHIM V.Packard Camp make concessions' leadin to : day In a combined program. The

.40 1st bonds rails- ___----___--_ _,. 111.71 14.47 _vs.S.1I.1l Ill I, Third Ave Mat Trail 2.4Is-4 X4OO-U....chanaa...us 1VVtw Ston.Web.ter Studebaker Corp_-. 9 1 22S 15"15.22"..,. 15"I I I I of world markets for : program will 'be a Good Friday

!. 2d rail M.S3 ..!. Sunray OH "_, 7 9'. 9>. American goods. Breakfast In the YMCL dining
'!. iit.l __, _ 17." _s ...4; .. ,
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_
11 1I
It 1_ _________i-. 1".n sip I..4 York (.U') Cleatac sleeks: Sunshine Swift Jt Mn* .. 3 1 35U 35.11' 35V, He emphasized at the same time c- room next Friday at 9 am
Transaction in st.cks used I.. average, id.. Mi.h; Lew Last Ce. that the United States must make Following the breakfast religious
".. _y. Industrial*. 22.MO: rait. ...>.. ACF-BrlH Mot 1 .>. .H 8% Texas Co _._ 3 60V. 6O'-_ $014 'bt'
u concessions in return. service will be held.
Mtilitm. isaeo-tstal. as...*. i Air Reduction .35 34' 35 Tex Pie C *" 0 _u 5 30V., 29*. 29'. A
AUethanr Corp IS 4U 4". 4% Tex P.c L Trust II 1II% 18". IIS !
The committee is examiningthe ; The Rev. John
NEW YORK lAP Stocks gen- Al Cbem:; Dys 1 ITS 17S ITS ',I IAm 1 I Tide' Wat A OU --- 14 19', 19'19', I ITraosamertra I BrnMm1
fj rally edged downward yesterday I AllU-Ch 12 3714 3 H 3T4 1 13*., 13'. I3% Administration's reciprocal First Methodist ,
the slowest of Airlines .;__ 32 ION 10 S ION. I Trans & West Air .1 19'. 19'. trade and plans for the will speak enhat Good Friday .
i program
J/but dealings were Ant Cable Rad .v. e>4 SAm Trl-Cont Corp t 6'. 6 .
the past ciz months for the second ; P P 2 ft 2 IIS 21'. Twent C-Fox ___h__ 3 34 U 3T%. 1"1' ''multi-Lateral trade conference Should Mean t High SchoolBoys
the market averages -I Am LoeomotlTt _? 4 211'. J8 21-1 U .L opening in Geneva April 10. and |
straight week. Am Paw Lt 3 14'. 14>. Onion Bag A P __ 4 32'% 32H Gil"
held modest net advance. I ARad&8t.1S 15', 15 '9'.
a Onion Carbid 2 89% Clayton said U. S. concessions Presidents of the clubs -
Am Roll Mill S 34 S 3414 34 SAm cooperating
the offside Union OU C.I __ 9 21 21S" 21 4
While the list was on I h
Smelt R := 1 ST* S7<4 57S United Air Lines 4 234 25'. 26 i I! would provide the United States with Leonard
In four sessions out of sue, the Am 8U Pdrm 2 33*. 33&, 33% United: Aircraft -_ ; 17'. 17>. IT1* with markets for its surplus program secretary M At
Wednesday-Thursday bulge put Am Tel Ttl 3 165'. 165'. 1115.,. United Corp to 3s 3'. 3% t pr
Am Tob B 3 '14'. 7474fc United Fruit ___ __- 10 50'. 49'. SO"-. products and foreign countries gram include:
the balance on the side of recov Am VlaeoM 4 51'51 51*.. United Gas Imp -___ 1 23 S 23"23*_ with imports vitally needed for David Pittman. Orlando High
The mid-week runup credited Am Wat Wta 11 17H 17V4. 17SAm Untt-Rex Drue 14 9', 9'. 9'/.
ery. Woolen. 14 41V, .40.... 40M>> U 8 Oypsum _u 2 102 102 102 reconstruction .. School Hi-Y Club: Betty Land Orlando -
partly to strong bullish advices Anaconda COP ___ 12 40 V4 40 40 W", U 8 Indus Chem _u__ 1 52 52 52 i High School Trt-Hi-Y Club;
put out by a leading commission Armour Co --__ I 14V. 141 4 14VAm U 8 Rubber ._ _-__ 2 92 V, 52', 5214 :
d Dry Good 1 17S 17'. 17V.AlcB U 8 Steel _- __ 11 74 73la 74Walw Orange County ( Mare Farnell, Winter Park T
that the .
belief of u
house and some T S P 1 .. II'. 8*% w 'Ii Club: Marcus ,
market was In technical shape for Atl Coast Una 1 56 ,55 H. SAtl :rth CO _h__ 5 11*. 11V. 11 I I Court Records Apopka High School
of the climb. On Refining S 3S 3S 35 Warner Bros Piet 5 IS1, 15'. 15*. HiYClu
a resumption AUaa Corp .:- :2 235*' :23*. West Ind Sue 1 3232'. 32-. Frances
the other hand. skeptics regarding West. Un Tel. A u_-_- 3 20 19'.. 19'. I, MARRIAGE LICENSES School Gira. Club Kathryne
t 23 22>. U"I I Preston Monroe Partln 23. truck driver. :
Bald Loea
commodities Westln Air Br __ 'l 32'. 32'. 3214
labor wildly fluctuating Bait Ohio 4 14*4 14',. Wetting Elee ___ 3 25'25.*. 25*. 'I Rt. 4. and Florence Winifred Sweeney.. Hamm. Ocoee Hi.h School Trl-Hl-
business taxes and foreign Barnsdall Oil 3 23%' 23'. 23% Willys-Overland. S 11', 11V. 11V. I 23 Rt: 4.Charles. Y
Club James Shaffer. Memorial
affairs continued to ac-. Bell Aire ........- 2 111"II'. If1 V. I I Wilson Co _-_ 3 14 14 14 Henry Sinner. 75 Chlrace. and :
..Jlgbten Maude Elizabeth Weichel.. 57. East: Orange, Junior
Bendix ATlst 2 34 Vi 34'4 34% Woolworth 2 4." 48" Rich School Hi-Y Club
Counts.: .' Best roods 4 23% S3% 23%- Worthing P & M 1 63 IiJ 63 I N. J. and Carolyn Thomas M
For the day declines were Beth. Steel __ 4 92 91% 91% Y -- I Gerard A. Roche. 29 Army (:elm. mo
Blaw.Knox, ____ 2 17% 17% 17% Youncst Sb &" T _.4 S8*. 68-4 681. Field and Ida Elaine Garner. 32. 1115 Junior School '
mostly fractional although U. S. Boeini Airplane 1 21% 210.. 21% I final total todsj_ Park LakeJesse Club. Hill
Approximate:
'Gypsum yielded 1 1-4 at 12 and Bard, Co __ 4 42% 43% 42% Ruth Fletcher. 32. 1027 Shady
Bon-Warner 6 45% 45% 45% Lane Aye and Virginia Ruth Summers.. All members of an the clubs are
Eastman Kodak' at 240. Recessions Branltf Alrw 1 12 12 12 Eggs and Poultry 290'OOO'1 37. aalesladv 422 t J. klOD. ,.. urged to register for the breakfastwith
were shown for Beth-. BrUfS Kit S 36?'. 36.%. 36% SUITS IN COMMON LAW
..
General Budd Co ___ t 12'. 12% 12"% I JACKBONVILLK UP) Florida PU b..nb. Plate 01,,. Corp. vs Monocoup !W their club presidents by Wed-
lehem. Republic Steel. Bun Add Mack 1 14% 14% 14% .fresh ra... I Corp damages $4 000 .v nesday.
:Motors Goodyear Montgomery C rctaners I I SUITS IN CHANCERY: .
All sales to "
.International C.llf Packlnc ___ 3 28% '2S% 28'. I Net Cur Glenn C. Sits et ax vs Ethel L. Chrls- ." .
Ward Sean Roebuck ., '''i .
ma et al revision of contract '
Callahaa Z-Lrad 18 2'. 2% 2% n Castle
Wt. Ukt. Pine
Harvester. American Tete," Can Dry 0 Ala 10 15% 1S% 15% i Grade- A PerdsPerd.. I ILarre I I I' .Elvin Washinton vs Lorraine. WashIngto. ,. _..4 ._ News

phone KennecoU. WestbtghoMr. Canad Pacific 12 12% 12'. 12% 24 oa 52 divoireINSTRUMENTS FILED ___ 0 _..z [Soeciol Sunday Sen?:nel-Steil
Carrier Corp ::._ 1 17V 17%. 17% 21 47Small : t T
Santa Fe.N. Y. ,Central and Caaa Co '___- 3 39% 37% 37% Medium __ IS 41 j I T C Hotter et u to Gulf Life Ins Co CASTLE The Brownlej
I GIRL SCOUT LEADERS receive cooking in- Mrs. J. P. Memorial Junior
Southern Pacific. CaterpU Tractor 1 M% S8% S8% Extra Isrte n __ _________ :26: M mtg S172312I | Gulp, High, study PIN .
I 12 19'. 11"11". n I, Harold Eaton et BX to Alvah L Seal met Wednesday at the Scout
Celaneaa Corp Sales. direct to consumers structions at overnight Left to right methods to meals at "leaders
the
Joy Mfg. came to life in Cant Foundry ,.ryT 4 ,,11.. 11% 11% Net Per :et ux wd 810xMary I camp. prepare camp ,' L

last half hour and ended up 2 1-8'' Cerro if Pas _____ 1 33 V. 33% 33V.OrUinTwd '. Orad A Wt. Dos.I i Co et al H Its Scndder pendrns vs West Coast Lumber Mrs. H. F. Huy, Kaley School; Miss Virginia overnight" at Idle Bay Island Friday. The'Uc House. Two more girls hav
Prod 4 1'1&. 1'1'" 17% .
at 35, a new 1947 high. Improvedwere Cbea Ohio __ 4 4.V. 45.% 48% I Large Per 24 da.oa IncrtsSmaU 58 : Clyde Cecil Kerce. et BX to Peter Wls- Lee Brenarman, Princeton; Mrs. H. G. Wilson scout leaders were guests of Delmar "Radio" come to the meetings and

Johns-ManvUle. U. 8. Rub- C6MSp&Ps5..... 2 11% 11 11'. Medium _ _ 21 52 niewskl et ux sm.Ranal I I Join Burgett and Mary
13 98% 97% 98V. 0 Davis et BX to W A McGfflwd Delaney; Mrs. Charles Austin Marks St and I Nicholson at his island property. Nanc
ber. United Air Lines tat a new7ear' Chrrsler Corp ____ _ 18 45Salts : worked
CIT. 11... 2 42 42 42 810 girls on thy!
large _.._______ 26 62 _
: Catherine K Darn et vlr to John TScoso
top]. :: American Airlines. Col..w-P.lm-P S 49'. 49 .49 Sales to Sale to .! eiijuyru I ( wua
._ .' 18% 1Colum '. et ux wd 81O .U
10 15'
Distillers. cot Fuel" Ir .
Anaconda National Retailers Consumers Harold K Jones .. Muses Dorsey claim June In charge. Hostessed
0 it n _. 21 11'. 11% 11 Obituaries
Norfolk: .& Western and International Coml Credit 4 42'. 4J: % 42'. Dreswd. Lire*Drenvd tDr'.n Live ADrwnPrjera "Dmued, of lien SlbS.7:1.'uaAw'I : I 13,236 Join State Extension were Patricia Clark and Betty
Florid.
nickel. '. Com. Solvents 11 24'. 23% 24Camwltb 2-3 lbs __ 35 53 41 -2 Moray. et BX to William Bepp et MRS. inj. CIFCKIFR Benzlng. Ja
3 3O% 30 30% i
EdU:
4 The A.saoclatfd Press' 60-stock Coawltb 4t South .91 3% 3'a 3% Broilers under Rut 8 Usiruder to D K Demon et BX Mrs. Lola Cleckler 80. of Rt. The wen-baby pre-school clinic
: ___ -2
83 41
composite was off .1 of a point at Cons Fdinou 7 37% 27% 27% B..2DSJlbi>> ii 35 I.... 4. Box 138-P. died in a local hospital Study Courses in Two Years will be held at the elementary
Carl Courtney ct BX to H D Kuril et
? 17
____. S 1'1.. 1'1' %
Cans Valtaa
week retained a _. _. __ 37 52 42 60 after illness
057 but on the Coot Bat 2 1'1'. 17'17'. breeds BX agreement for deed 81933 62. Friday night an school the first Wednesday In each

net gain of .5. Of 684 issues regls- Coat Can ___ 2 41.. 41% 41% Old Hens Roosters tlsht breeds_ 20 28 42 3O 32 24 48 35Mew I Boyle Pounds et ux. to Fur Mat BankW of several weeks. She had been a (Special! to Orlando Morning Stil month from 2 to 3 pm. Next

: tering. narrowest since March 1. Cent Coat Oil Motors Del _____ 3'1 39 10% 39 10 39 10 York dressed-. feathers. off and bled Garden B MrLeod rats S30OO.L. Cons Co to Esaa Baker resident of Orlando the past five GAINESVILLE don't have your job to meeting will be April 2. \

I fell and 194 rose. Transfers of Corn Kxrhanca _.70 54% 511 511' to retailers 43 cents, to consumers 52 I et ux, wd 810 (2>. months, coming here from Ox- study at the University of Florida or at the Florida State I Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Barksdala
7O% 70'4CTsae cents S J Baker et ax to Herbert Bries et BX ,
2 70's
low
the Corn Product member
of
It 000 shares equalled ford. Ala. She a
Bales to wholesaler %r producers (eneraUj was are building a home on their lot
Co __ ._ I 3'1'. 3" 3" wd 810 for Women. If cannot to the
college
College college
last Oct. 28 which was a bottom Crucible Steel l ._.._ 1 32% 32'". 32". 2 cents per Ib>> lower for live weiiht George, F Pre mart et BX to (dna the First Baptist Church of Ox- you go West of the C. H. Jones residence

since Sept. 16. 1944.' ,The weeks Curtis Publish I 10'. 10'. 10'. LIVESTOCK Whetstone sm ford. Ala. comes to you-the college where persons from 17 to 70 can Mr. and Mrs. Wanes and brother
CHICAGO: Lennon
5% Gladyce C Spencer to Emma A
aggregate of 447.690 shares compared CurtiWrlfht. D _- II 5% % CHICAGO ..
with 3.738.860 the week'before Del Rndson .__ S 41% '41% 41% 500 estimated weUhts. : total under not 260.'- .n lbs: comparedweek '15-100 L tenDon et BX to Olsdyce Cellf'ncer brothers. Ernest and Robert H. Jet General Extension Division. arrivals at To& of Mn.
1 8% 8'. 8% ago wd 810 eotqe
Del tack" WIlt
which were a minimum since Detroit Edison. 4 2'1'. 2'1". 2'1". lower over. 260 lb. and sows 5O-7S lower Charles E Davis et BX to Julias W Ray. both of Oxford. The body Its campus is a mailbox where- Alrick.

I ,April. 1945. or Dist Corp-Ses* 10 15% 15"15"% thren Salable: compared cattle 300 with estimated week son): :total Follow-not Scrivener et nx assignment of contract was forwarded by the Carey Hand ever a postman blows his whistle. ties during the past three years. Girl Scout Troop One met Tue

The day's bonds were narrow. Dome Mines __.__ 1 19 19 19Doutlas early In week. j 81900 Funeral Home to Oxford lor services and 12 more are planned this
Aircraft 1 .9'4 69% Ulil Inc strong market advance T J Smith et BX to Rosa Williams et *ir day at the Little House. After
Gains at Chicago ran up and down Dre..r Indust 2 11'1. 1I'ta 1.1.duPo. good and choice steers and yearlings lost wd 810 and interment. During the past biennium year. Workshops are clinical they went on a hike to U

with wheat ending up 1 3-4 to ..' 41. N 1 181 181 185a strictly 50 to 1 peddling OO temporary trade declined upturn I additionally and on- ,i< C X Kroh et BX to Robert Cheves. Jr there were extension students studies of the county school sys Beach.'a

4'1-2 cents a bushel corn 3-4 to 25-50 nd-r late last week, comparable I et nx wd 81 MR. S. F. JOhNSON taking work In 378 Florida .. tems. Teachers and administrative
Eastern Air L 14 21% 21H 21% Albert D Flint et BX to Albert D Flint Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lynch are returning
11-2 and oats 5-8 to 2. Cotton Eastman Kodak 3 241 240 240 heifer fully 50 lower but medium. I Industries Inc wd 81O towns in all 67 43 officials analyze specific
grade. steers. and heifers. held steady at Mr. Sampson Floyd Johnson 56. tountes today to Leominster.Mass.
1'Iv. Elvsh McNeely et
El Power Lt I 1'1111 171/s Helen P Siigh to U work out
and solutions.
was ahead 5 to 75 cents a bale. Emerson El M __ 1 14% 14'". 14% I 22 90 and 2100 down, respectively clos- I am. of 408 E. Church Street died Stts. syen forell problem Mr. and Mrs. John Barr. Winter
In the curb during the brief Ins Pub Serrlca 3 3030',. 30% log active; largely steers and heifer run. Eugene S Reynolds et nx to Tracer 0 were obtaining from specialists ideas of
early In week; Saturday at Orange Memorial 1.36 guests Mrs. P. M.
Eureka Pipe Line was Kris RR _____ 4 10''. 10% 1014Tarn. even thesa classes scarce of trade' I Reynolds mtg 82OOO enrollments from men which can be adapted to local Shabrge
proceedings and choice kinds In excess
good :
illness of to
P City of W Park can lien Hospital following; an are returning ,
i up better than a point following 3 7% 5r% 7% requirements however as week. closed choice; I David Milham et" BX to P. C Barrel etax one day. Funeral services will be women who could not leave situations. Mrs. F. D. McManus has returned }-
oIT.-: R .. 3 89 59 I IPlintkota extreme' too weighty steers grading mtg 88OOOFinfrock their but who wanted I
a raised quarterly payment. Losers __ I 32% 32V. 29 00. paid early when cboc.0. prime. Industries Ine t* Gabel Cons held Sunday at 4 p.m. from Eisel- job t to Lake Forest. El. .' S ,

were United Light Technlcolar. Florida Pow- 2 16% 16% .58 lb.>> .rIlD"26..00: .practical broa.b'closIng 28.15 .ad top cbolc.bellen aver Co sat lien. 0Cite stein-Wigginton Home for Funer- ter informed Sanford/ Farmer's MarketThe Seven cubs of Scout* Dn Two
of Orlando Samuel J Levin et better citizens.
Jeannette Glass. Creole Petroleum 0Ose Elee: S 35% 35% 3201.1 .. bolc. weighty steers 27 50 but several. als lis pendens. vs I als. Dr. J. Powell Tucker will officiate Pack 36. met with

and Cities Service. Turnover here 0.. Ponds __ S 42% 42% loads earlier in week. 27.15-2875 yearlings: bulk late Robert _. Cannon et BX to Fir Fed Saf The body will be forwarded Briefly the Division under direction following prces'repred George Anderson and Mrs. Buh

was 80.000 shares which equalledthe Oca Motors __ 25 60.% M'. 2250-2650.good and choice comparable ster% heifers and 21.00-2400. and Loan Ann mtx '84311.J to Franklin. Va. for interment. of Dean B. C. Riley offers by the Dealers Donald and David.Tanner folded
14'. 14\. Fir Nat Bank .
Utll 2 14 Max Scott et BX to
low of last Nov. 16. It compared Gen Pub kinds grading well up in choice stoppingat three kinds of help to Individualsand State Market for pro.
Gillette Sat R *S 31% 31'. 31". mtr 814000 Mr. Johnson who had made Fers. the nag.
with 90.000 last Saturday. Goodrich BP) -_ 3 C5.. 65% 65% 25 OO: aU, medium auggestin grade relatively killln cattle few. Clifford: Rhodes to Victor I: Oanske et I I his home here for the last 2 1-2 I to people in To those I duce and Deal The SOS Club win meet Monday
I
very scarce gup.
.
T R __ 3 '6 58% 56 E Oanske et nx fad 810Musiynskl
The big board skidded Mondayon Goodyear nranam-Palie Mot 4 4% 4% 4% stock cattle: replacement market alow. Realty Co to Alexander Muslynskl years was a clerk at Jefferson who wish to formal ers up to 12:01: ajn.. March 30. with Mrs. C. Crittenden. when

> the smallest full day's total of Ot Norths. RT PI 3 43'"* 43% 43'. steady at 17.5O-21 25-50.50 weakened mostly: beef late.,cows.after canners wd 810 Court Hotel. college education, courses are I 1947. Installation of officers held.
gaining I
'980,000' shares since July 5 last. Greyhound Corp __ 4 31% 31 31% Clifford Rhodes to Victor X: Kanske et __ $6.50-10.00 wl b /
steady. bulla weak to 50 by correspondence study in Hpr.
Orum Airc En: 2 24 23% 23% and cutters : BX fad $10.American. He is survived by two sisters given :Bans Bu Boy Scouts of met ,

.little; enthusiasm fas exhibited O-rUMOI1 _,_-Cl0'' 63%" 61V, ,62% lower shipper late undertone but vealera, stron 1 00 at up 26 with oq closing downward I Church Building Fund Commission ...-. Mrs. Sarah C. Faircloth. Raleigh i extension classes and in teacher I I i Bts .Doz. Bun. 0751.15 Thursday and planned a camping -

over the ubber'1nuztry's. "wage 3 'T'-4' 1'T' ; most beef cows 13 50-15 50. strictly Clarence to AU K Morris Saints et Church BX to W H Park D Don N. C., and Mrs. B. D. Crocker. I workshops. To those who wish to ...._ Bu Hpr. 1.25-150 trip. Present were Fred Floyd.
Bare lift
agreement. Profession! still accounted Romastake* Ml-.\_--- 6 41% 41V* 41% good kinds t* -18 00. .re.ched mostly 11 11.2S 50 down but: I aldson et .. wd Suffolk. Va.: and four brothers. take refresher work or to keep Cabbage 50 L. Sx 0.75-1.10 Jack and Pat Nash Howard Cap-

for what few transactions Houston Motor Oil _-___ 12 3 23 17%% 23 17%% '23'17%". closed h..YT around saunace 111.5i bulls. whea. few fat bulls Mary al sm E Gravis to Clarence X: Morriset .. Josephus T. Johnson. Orlando: i up to date In their chosen professions Carrots ..._ Bun 0.75-0.85 I pell, Dy Mangus. Everet Warren -

eventuated.. There was an average nuer .. passed. 1600Salable 100 (estimatedV total not Lee D Massle et BX to William X DeCamp Rufus L. Johnson. Sedley, Va.; J. i or ocupaton. non- Carrots Bu 150-175 I I Jaes Mallor.Ernest Walker,

dip of half a point Tuesday. Illinois Central __ T 35% 25'. ZS%. .; compared l sheep week ago: salable, receipts et BX .wd $10.John Pettaway Johnson. Richmond credit work In coures and Cauliflower _Cat 2002.50 Dania Gardner Ken- {
7 12% 12'12' T Berry to Thea M Skldmor. am. .
Interlaka Iron
largest of the week. but only 660.- Int Harvester _? 12 87". 87% 87% about one-third larger than last City of W Park can lien Va.; and L Austin Johnson Norfolk institutes is given. In addition, a Celery Golden ny Putman. Burch Ernest W. ,.
eoo shares were recorded. "Blue let Kick Can 12 32'. 32% 32'.. week but demand broad Eastern from kIllers order buyers and- McCormlrk Lumber and Mfg Co to Va. consultant service Is offered to Crate. Precooled 5.50-6.00 Quinby. 1al Willis Curtis '

chips" were down 1 to 3 points.fjerican Int lot Tel Paper* Tel__-_-. L 18 18 48 14'%. 48 IH.'. 48 14%% slaughter representing lambs steady. to 25 higher than Golden Stanley Rod E Corp Warner qcd to 810 Fir Mat Bank mtg organizations which have their Celery Pascal Crate 3.35-3.85 Mathews. Peewee Morgan and J.

Telephone was off a at close and of choice last week with: lamb high quality percentage large 8215 64. MRS. F. C. HARDING own educational programs.All Collards -, Doz. Bun 0.75-1.00 H. Gardiner.
1 125 125 12SJoswai good E: P Slavion affidavit.
company's $200 minion Jaana-Man-Ule of fed wooled lambs from Colorado feedlots Mrs. Evelyn Blanche Harding programs are serviced with Lettuce Iceberg -
.
_, BU I 3S% .35 *% Estell: N Ehmann to J Frank Batemanwd
debentures came on .the KKan : week. and doela* top fed scalIng wooledlamba 810 died Saturday at her home 1410 teaching aids in charge of spe- Crate _._ Dry Pack 2CO-2.50 I
'i'I "> : H. CUT Son I 24 24 24a.e..c.u 23 50 for around ninecars Vivian L Ounter et wit t* Charles T cialists. Books Lettuce. Iceberg .
69-105 lb... other good and choice fed W. Grand Ave. Funeral services package lbraries.
47%
11 n% 411 Keener et BX wd 810
Satisfaction over absorption bf L CopLacUd. wooled. lambs 22.50-23 40. Inside price medium for Interstate Dev Co to James J Hackett will be held Monday at 2 pm. records. films and other Crate Iced 2.50-3.00

inn addi- 1 5 1% 585o.Ksn.TezsS % eIght-car. averaging 109-114 Ibs. et al sm Onions Doz. Bun. 0.75-1.00
the telephone securities. Oas % and good .._led lambs 21 :;0-2225. common from the graveside in Titusville teaching aids are coordinatedwith n
Commercial Finance and In Co to Atlantic
tion to optimism regarding dryingup C 1 S'. S'. 5'. to medium 17.OO-20 60; shorn lambs Coast Line Railroad Co*wd 81 Cemetery.Mrs. the various courses and pro- Parsley 5 Doz. Hpr. 3.75 Keystone

of liquidation and "buy now" Montsom Ward 4 S8'.. 58.. 58'. and choice yearlings 110 lb.scarce yearling: few mostly wethers good IS 00 to; I FairvIew Corp to Ellen M Ralguel mtg Harding had been a resi- grams. Pepper _, Bu Hpr. 8.00-9.00 ;
.
Corp 3 13%. 13% 131.NaabKe 84OOOSevchap
advice of a big brokerage firm. M-rrar around 50 cents hlah..r. ; Pineapples 1-2 Crate 2.85-3.00
N slaughter ewen Corp t* Falrvlew' Corp wd 810 dent of this community the last A substantial portion of extension -
spurred a brisk revival Wednesday. IsatOf 11 17% 17' 17% six cars mixed medium to choice 106-111 Nell Seller to 8 Minerva Morgan mtg 30 years. Besides her husband work in the field of Potatoes
10.75. two carscommon
,President Truman's plea for lower Nat NM Biscuit Airlinea__ 4 I 31 151.% 31 15% 31 15'%. Ib wheat-pastured to medium ewes 9 50 and 9 65 with 82OOOErnestine: Schmltd t* George P Wagnersm Francis C. Harding she Is survived formal education has been with Red Bliss 50 Lb. Sx 1.75-2.50Radishes

goods prices was helpful. Advances Nst Cash Beg __ 10 41% 40%. 40% some. very common down 8 00: few cars by four son.*.. Raw ling, New school teachers working toward 5 Doz. Hpr. 1.50-1.75 Custodia
ranged from.l to 3 points gener- Nat D lrT Prod I 32". 32V. 32'. 9. Ib Idaho hearing lamb. 22.35. Mrs Florence Burton to Earl James. Burton York City and Francis Jr. Mau- Sweet .
.
Nat Distillers 6O 22% 22% 22"a et ax receipt for deposit.Andrew degrees or professional advancement. -
ally on 940000 shares. best since Nat Qjpsum 3 22". 22% 22'. COTTON: CLOSING B Cooper et ux to S Minerva rice G. and Leslie A. Harding Officials estimate at Ptatos Bu Hpr. 2.25-300
March 12. The upswlnwaa Nat Lead 30% 3O%. 30% NEW YORK CAP) Cotton future were Morgan mt* S10OO leas .
of and
Orlando daughter. Mrs.
It final. a half of teacher Bun 0.85-1.1
firm and active yesterday with price Branham al to Idell Powers
Nat Pow Lt 1% 1% 1% John T et Ford' Funds
tended Thursday as: the. House N Y Central RJ13-- -- 17'. 17'% 1'1'% S t. 75 cant a bale higher than the Fulford wd 85 Marion K. Gisser. Roseville last detade have been Tip......Bu. Hpr. 1.0-15

voted for a cut In taxes and buyers NO Am Aviation 3 10'% 10 10 previous clou John combs et l1X0 0 A Harris etBX Calif. tree the Division for Watercres
North Amer C. 31 27'. 2714 2'1'. The market a-to-tod m ganaloeribleamsunt wd $10.Plymouth. ,
In the belief 2 1-2 Doz. 3.25
stepped on many Northern Pacifia 7 19'. 19% 19% of weekend profit taking, hedgin.. Citrus Grower Assn to Mrs (our by correspondence, erIn Hpr. COMSTOCK
pivotals were und r-nluPd. H.' L. OOhio and soot bests sellingCommission Gladys Vincent. members crop agreement MRS. HILDA A. MUZZY extension classes-, SAN

Green common Jumped 4 points Omnibus OU _Corp-____ 22 2 24 11% 23V.11 23 II% during the entice house....buying..n and was w.evident It...... 81 Otto Bauer et BX to Julius H Bauer et Mrs. Hilda A. Muzzy of Lake Many other enrollments have Grapefruit .. ..._ ._...Box $1.75 ....cmtte.Fkos .

"on a proposed 100 per cert stock Otis Elevator: ___ 1 30'. 301. 30'. mainly on a much larger. than e-a ct.d BX" md 81 Windermere died at a local hospital Oranges. Valencia.Box 3.25 M
dividend. Transactions approxi- Owens-Ill GistsPaa 5 '74'. '34'. 34'. increase. in the mid-March parity.. figure Am Realty Corp Apopka to R. B Noble been from students working toward Temples Box 2.25 AST.leq
than month Friday evening. A Winter --- h
which was 100 point more a e* ux spl wd 8125 ]"I college degrees who were OJd.
mated 1.140.000 shares a peak P > a** Brokers said; a higher parity. suggested L T Hunt et ux to Etta J WUey wd 810 visitor of Port Huron Mich.. she I
since March 1!. Gas Elee t 39% 39% 39'% a sub-tantial increase in the 147 Rosa Williams et ..Ire Albert Wileyet forced to remain out of school OH AIM KANOC Rcprc.enttag T. Netooa Oa-
P.eTl.CoDa 1. 8 1' 'canon loan. which. would be based on the J ax" wd 81O is survived by her husband LeslieA. for a time. Determined to complete CCAG Inc.
\ Bidders faltered Friday and the Packard Motor ___ 22 6%. 6.% 6% July ISth parity i L T Hunt ct nx to Willie Williams et BX Muzzy, Port Huron; one daughter. took advantage Open CIa,.
ended down onetenthof Pan Am Airways S 13. 11 13% On the basis of the 28.40 cents a pound their work. they Cl Meb N-A.S-D.
verages .
Param Pictures __ 14 28'. 26'. 26% March panty. the indicated loan. would wd 8101i to RKHinxuhaw Mrs. Wesley Johnson Port of extension offerings Yams,' Ye.1 Yr. A..I .'.
LeRoy Summers Baker ct BX D.yo. .nadl.
a point. Dealings 'tapered to Park Utah Con M 3 3% 3', 3.% be 27.77 cents a pound' for IS/16 inch i Huron; a brother. Winston Cold- I n
1$ IS 14'. 15 si-es loan et na tit S2SOO and as many as 5.000 have been May 285.2114' ,. 1.3111''
PaLInG Mines ; ntOdUn; Th. 14 was II .11.
shares. While lead
$ 0.000 *
many Penner, UC) __._-_ S 43 42% 43 I,24Oa cant. a pound J P Holly et BX to Otis Bodies et BXspl : well Detroit. and two sisters Mrs. : enrolled In correspondence courses July 2 28-2 30 18'1
!soft! new 1947 htehs were Penn-Ont Alrl ._,._ 3 12 11% 12 I Open High Low Last wd 814460 Gladys Van Burkert and Mrs. An- SP2 22-2.1 I 2 It220
I.were by Houston Oil National Penn RR _-,__ 21% 21.. 21% May 3*.17 36.24 3S 98 H.D2 u* I to 3 and off-campus classes. during a D. 2.11 1.S3H
Pepsi-Cola _-. 15 27.. 27% 27% I July 34.10 J4 44 34.25 34.JO ... IS I CUR STOCK LIST thony Belk. both of Detroit. year. OJ- J
and International Har- Pfixer Chas Ca I 53". 53'. 53% Oct. __ 31.1* 31.20 30.95 31.00 UP 1 to S Furnished through. courtesy .of 1oIerrl11.I The body will be returned to Linked with formal Instruction 82.1 8314 1 aa.l.1: 131*.
Vester. _._ 1 41% 40'. 41 Lynch. Pierce. Fenner A BeancAmer. __ J.. "." 12J"-
Phelps Dodsa I Doc 30 IS 3020 3000 30 OS UP Stall .Ia 1.14.
Phil Elee ___..__ 'l 24.. 24'. 24% Mc" 29." 29.5' 29.52 29 55. u. 11 Cyanamid Co. B __hUUU_ 47V4Amer Port Huron for services and interment are teacher workshops. Twenty- S_ 1 67-18714 1'.1.&&% 121\
__..._ S 37% 37 27 Oas & Elee ________. 41*. by Fairchild Funeral I
Phllco Corp M..r.. 2' 1* 2* 1* 29 0* 29 0 up 12 I four were held in as many coun- D. 1.5 1.5' 1.21\
The Invention portable timepieces Philip Morris 4 31'. 33% 33% Middling*., 3..65n off 11.onllna" Ark. Natl Gas\A _____ I'aBr..t.r Home. : OAT
Phillips Pet __ __ S 54 53% 53'. .. Aeronautical ____ 4*. 81-614 00-59'S 63
dates back to the end of the -
Pressed. Stl Car 4 14% 14 14% Barium Steel _____ SV. I I 'July a3-e31.. 80'. 61 81V* Ii
15th Century and they'were first Procter Oam _._ 2 11"11% 61% I I Creole Pet Corp __nn___ 29'. MR. JOHN IIOUTZ Washburn. both of Orlando; one Sp__ 'IS'-S 74 74S .... r"
manufactured! In Germany. Pub a.. NJ _--.__ 4 24 23". 24 NEW ORLEANSAP-Cett.n futures advanced I Cities. Service ___-____--__ 3O<. sister. Hutchins Poughkeep- i 72-72' 70'a .*, '
PnUmaa __ 10 23% 23: % 2314RsdloCor : here yesterday. on weekend, e.r.CI..e Colts Patent Arms -_,___-_u__ 32 Mr. John Houtz of Gulfport. Ll I BARLJCT
a ing .prices. .. w ersatea.dy 19 ,. P9cents Elee Bond & Share Co------___ 14'. Miss.'died at a local hospital Sat- sic. N. .; one brother Reuben May 1.6 12 V.LARD .
.
.._.. 11 9% t 9% I- a bale .r. I I Fairchild En*. & Airplane Corp __ 3'. Washburn. Orlando. I '
Radlo-K-Orph: 5 14% 14 14% Open High Low Close I I Heels MinIng Co--------------- 13** urday. Funeral arrangementswill 1 1I July 2797 1405
I tLOOKOPaint :"'' Rem,.. Rand _. 7 34'. 34'. 34'. May 36..OS 36..OS 3S.8S 35.85 up 2 Kalser-Frazer --====--_.::= 7 be announced by Fairchild'I I Services will be held at the Sept. ___ 27 25 _
\ '' Rep," AVIS 1 7% 7'. 7'. July 34 24 34 32 34.14 34.18, ... 12 Lone Star Gas Co. ._ ______ 18', Fairchild Funeral Home ''Oct. 2475 _
Repub Stest 1 38% 31% 28% > Oct. 31.94 31.09 3O.93 JO 94 98 up 7 Niagara Hudson Pw. Corp. ___. 91, Funeral Home upon arrival of Tueay' NOT. rT 2290 _
: I I Dee:10.1.: 3D.II 29 97 3O.93 up 15 __ at 2 with the Rev. .
21 13 relatives from rvm.
Revere Cop Br 23% 21% % Niles-Beement-Pond Co. Gulfport.
befor fly Urn.. Toll B _- 2 40 40 Mch 29.C3 29.63 29.59 29.Sib up S ___u_ 10
Remolds % 40% % Srhnlte Pantepee IDc.OU of Ven._- S I, win. Concord Park Methodist James Watt. Inventor of the y -i

Plenty of :Out-id Whit. 681." Stares ? :I 23'. 23'. FOREIGN EXCHANGE: Sand Pw A Light n___________u 3 MR. CHARLES WASHBURX Church par. officiating. Inter- modem condensing steam-engine, t uk for a loan It.
6cha le- Distil ,. S 40. 40 23\.1 I NEW YORK Phon. claims also the discoverer
T. W. Mayo-5740 Sears Roebuck 13 16'. 36% rates follow (Great Britain in dollars Technicolor _________ 14... recognition as m, .Dse "Yf:1.
&-' Shell Union OU ,.___ 3 28 37% others. In touts): Textron. _____- 15'. 408 W. Colonial Dr.. died at a local of the composition of T.t's why Iq me tYn
Painting ,Decorating. Simmons Co ..- -_. 1 36% Canadian T dollar in New York open 'lbprmold hU n______________ 12'. hospital Saturday after a brief water. MaI" You let S2S :
SiDclair-04 __.. 35 IJi 3138"1 market 6'. per cent discount or 93% I United --------------------- 11. MR. WILLIAM' a X1CIIOLSOV I signature afore, furnitur or auto.Complete .t tpyents. I
U. S cents up % ef a cent' D..R:: illness. privacy Small monthly!
Europe; Great Britain S4 02'.. unchanged AT A GLANCE Mr. Washburn had been a resident -I, Mr. William C. Nichlsn 82. Up to IS mos. t repay:
I : France franc) .84'.. unchanged I NEW YORK years. moving retire deaer.
NEW ENGINES Sweden 'I
:
krona
; SwiUrriaad Uranc>) (c..m'II'27 85. 23 unchanged 40.- ', Sl
On Easy Payments Motor Rebuilt Brake and I unchangedLatin I I leaders BondN.rrow* some rails Improve.CottonStrona member of the Concord Methodist Winter Park A native of Scran- I address aibl. I!to you.E p(
Wheel Work-Wrecks Rebuilt-renders Kcluusbed I IyreDaU.ries. I AmericaArgentina Braid free 24 45unchanged trade buying Church. ton. Pa.. he came to Winter Park Finish Building .. 7 sto one visit. a
; tree :5 ,
I Ii. Everything I .. .. 5O. unchanged: CHICAOO: I'I I U
M > 20 62. unchanged.Each I Wheat-Firm: parity price advance Surviving are two daughters in 1930 He was a member of the Ope Mo.tkr* FrL. t-S. Ctae Sate j I

STIVERS-PONTIAC I adult breathes 2600 Corn--Steady- advanced with wheat Mrs. Dow Hover and Mrs. Cei.Bank. Methodist Church and the Manor You can get the money you EveaiBfi by Appoistuseat.6cnatnHANcE ,
I some Oats-Firm: acreage planted.Hoea.Nnmieall I ;
$2 W. COLONIAL PHONE 2.ZJlt gallons of air. or 425 cubic feet, st#sdyCattle both of Grmatown ic r. need on your hon e. penonalproperty j

in 24 hours.vPEST -Nominally steady.'entiiteT .: two sons. Fran Rubn are his widow Mrs I or note. Dial Austin ca i
Martha J. Nicholson; a daughter, Porter-2-2922. J

Mrs. R. C. Baker two granddaughters Of Orlando i
T The Finest of Fine and all M South Orane AaCl.
I one great-grandchild

=6tar Shoe Repairing I of Winter Park. Florida Credit I (o"1

CONTROL I Services be held at 430 '
Shoe w1 : p. % taak tar M saat e* kar r iUP .r
Factory Dyeing INVESTMENT CD.
MOVES MERCHANDISEFebruary Monday frm the Marvin
Funeral Home Winter Pllm 3.1 w. PINE ST. DOOM I. If! I
-1 Park I 1 'I
Average 43.1 SERVICE SHOE SHOP I tturmtj i*af .Cr* n ,"Cmr'Sa '4

RUhest CireulaUoa la Oar History- 1206 E Colonial Drive I MRS.
Eti\y'IYE ,
; Orkin Uses Scientific MethodsTo of I -
I
-- --- --- ---------
G. D. Hyde died Saturday at her .

Rid Buildings of All Pests -HOW \ONDEF AGAIN TO HEAR AND U home Park., 916 Schultz Ave, Winter I II I TO, YOUR; NECK I If1 Bl:j


Let Orkin keep your building free of A LADY DOCTOR Services will be held at 3 p.
\ # TED OF OUR HEARING AIDS. YOU MAY
WIT Tuesday from the Marvin Pittman

all destructive pests. SAME TRIL I IS HERE FOR YOU. Funeral Home. Burial w b In Come in and get a LOAN

Call,! Orkin for Scientific Pest Control of INSTRUMENTS WIDE AND FOUR Winter Park Cemetery. $

e. t INCHES LONG WEIGHT WITH BATTERIES ONLY \\75ToS3OO case ,?meC !

RATS TERMITES BEDBUGS T 6 OUNCES. ONE PACK FOR THOSE WHOSE HER1 1 COMPLE BUSINESS v-I' '4 u_

ANTS ROACHES SILVERFISH ING LOSS IS NOT TOO SEE i SEVCEBKItEEPDGrACUL Auto e Personal $100 'I 1 U'I 1.4


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667 N. ORANGE AVE. ED HELP FROM ONE I SOCIAL ECLRITT T'X'AX ,, $200 11.4711.11

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. .; s..ntut-&t 14. Beauty Parlors i I 19. Srhe Offered I 111.Services Offered I I 33.Articles for Sale I r 133. Articles for Sale [13.' Articles for Sale I I: 33. Articles for Sale I 33. Articles for Sale

I: AMICA BEAUTY SALON-New CARPENTER find the m.tral RADIO REPAIR Heavy type. !I ACCESSORIES-Coleman and Preway BOAT-12 fo weight 94 pounds. I WAT HAT GAS RANGE-Pour burr oven. METAL CORNER, BEAD-Metal lath

OR. FRIA w. .Church. Room I IT I I and do your .m.1 Jobs. Ne. I 'Price* are nmt. personality keen. stove P.r btte gas .t"e and' aluminum cop.nment under gallon beatn. _$l5. Please phone steeltex: expansion Joint. Smith
MC 1947 and 8. Phone 6931. Irene. Audrey comer. Dial 16. Al for 34R6. Treatment U white; at Publix. I tanks a.alne. .. seats, sink proof. same. Claude H Wolfe. Inc. 1 X. WaI Lumber Co. M. Orange Ave. and
and Marie; aH types mean." Publiz Radio. a18 J Washington Ankney Trailer Sales. Sut Orange Also Elertroi Trolling motor; all for ington.ELECTRIC. GARBAGE CANS- .D. S. 10. Railroad.
permanent lpllDI open Tuea.Thurs. CABIN AND MILLWORK to fpe- I gt. phone 6793.i Blossom Trail. U. S. S25O 224 Hillcrest. W and 2an H. H. P.r Hard-
cl CeDtr.Florida LumberCo. I AT HET3 ware. e. MOVIES for the Home-Nw Parade
Sentinel-Star p m. apPltment. c.a. M1.ore. N.brut.. i RADIO SERVICE-Orlando's inset ARMY GOODS Sheets blankets BEDROOM chest, .. s-I".c.. B.I and' J In :'Dl:1:; I I adventure travel comics.
water heaters. Bumby GARDEN HOSE
tarpaulins tents double i 1U
GENE'S 1 complete radio repair chop to careT rain cat. W.lu' : Bowatead's Camera Shop 1039 M.
BEU SHOP-PeEae DRY CLEANING-We employ only Morgan's Salvage. At S795O. Powell W. Church. r lengths. Great Str ,
Want-Ad Rates specials for.all radio troublea. Britts. General 4 fmh Saten Orange; call 2-1515-
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pr.DeDt 1* Ave.GAB I
and Orange
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83. 1 skmed. experienced help: Eifctrte. 356 N. Orange. Phone 8942.i E. Church.AUTOMATIC 11 Colom.lt.D.BERM

Daily per CMMinimum I 20 RoadltolDo. ..alp Ue.tmat. modern machinery. T as. MafCle.D.rL 'BUGS AND UPHOLSTERY SUITE-11-PC-. S157 80.i i iI RANGE-Butane. new. A beau- ;1 MATTRESSES Inner.Dllfllnew..
2 2O4 crr i clan WATER HEATERS i iI i Co. Edge- EGO tlful. economical 119.1.1 I I good quality. S39.50. Orlando Fur-
( charge TSc I MARINELLO BEAUTY SHOP New j lind. Ph 2-106.R.d..o I I I your own home: approved met Electric 10; 30 and 40 gallon. water More in College 23. PACRoner .tt.. Orlando Co.rn"Inc.. nlture Ce.. 141 and 615 W. Church.
AppU.n. .
Sunday per lino location. 128 Magnolia. SpecializingIn I : moth proofing. D1:1 .I "Crl.DdL" Limited 4U.DUt7. but D.. ; Or, Hard..r. i Orange '
J DOORS Sash: cabinet; ing phone 7642. |, BOILERS-25 h p. higher pressure. Pl. 2-311.
Cold Waves Phone e.
Minimum c, aw fa1 shelves: Iledlt Intaatol an firing. 81.271-SO. 'I GALVANIZED assortment MENDEL LUGOAGE-ZXclusIvell atRermans
3 Vogue Kew.a. Fr I
4346. .tr.fxturee bl year WA
I terL .
wood Orlando ROFGF.U. Colonialtown dial fo your boiler and oil I ; .rbac.C.n. 27 W. Church St.I
3 Consecutive Day 18e line a day OuaraDtd. Rl aD.I.1|' Theater Block. C.I 675 pall w.a
CHARLOTTE-KAY BEAUTY Salon. Woodcraft. 1500 W. flat roofs 5136. requirements. IndustrialEquipment EC PLANT-For elec cans. Bumby Hare
Day 15c a day -
7 Consecutive abt.1c1 SL nra
I ph. 4014. you to see them ton. WaI-1 _ Co. trlty. S the Onao ware. Church.HEDGK I assort
liuslNati.iI 1"lte plat Good
(Count 5 Average SD' 468. ASBESTONK board; MEDICINE CABINKTS-
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for beauty cutu. Hilda Monck. SERVICE; only I house I Inches W.trrot For.ho.er BOAT=22' .abu 2 bunks tie. I Se mol in .to. Cohoon K. Ou 82 SO aD1.I I ment. Bumby Hardware Co- 102 W.
ERIC
(Out .Stats) HatesSingle Vivian Whidden. CANE Hoover parts. I RFGEATON SEVC. in 3/16L tbl. t. Hundreds perfect shape. 8950. See n .. 138 h._ I, also hedge Knx Church.

Insertion 3Oe per l McCrory Bldg. upstairs.RAY'S ._ _ For modern upkeep service call the rebuilding commerea coolers; j b.t.A.Nebraska. Garden Dork. Remley at-Edgewater FLOUR SIFTERS by Foley: also food Stores I. pine. Phone 2-3163. ,
fixtures byI
Consecutive Day 25e line K rep.l. Ca. MEAT DISPlAY CASES.
3 BEAUTY PARLOR A3 types only authorized Hoover service I ItIOD. I U" Mii Hotel Dining mills. H. H. '
Fersuson Rom.BATB2 22O I HOTEL RESTAURANT and Bar
T CeU.a Day 3 20 1). a day permanent wavea. Pre-bcat and B bd. 6104 or aa I phone Rfrer.Uo.. Ter7. I .ART electric i""I""SO- carloads: 4V,. 5, 5H- 1. Orange. Parn H.rd..r.._ I I equipment In stork ready for Immediate I Tyler Fixture Cooling Corp Os Heating; 4$ W. Central.General Co.

Ou cold wave a specialty. DIa FURNITURE and I .Ith Also 1 carload lavatories. FOOD CHOPPERS No. 2 J delivery. Wood and chrome I
RAE RUGS-furniture upholstery cleaned and A few for imme tlb. and No. 3 I
start tn the rfD-1 MATTRESSES-Innersprlngs. (29 SO.
AH Want-Ads 38 E. One place sDI ..bu.el. ,
bar
OI.Dd Pe. oD ished; .tv. demothed. lasterized by Kiernize. Frem.. '1 W by Universal: also meat grinders. Cb.l .tl. many clo 23OO Etige-
and I Moore Furniture Co
del.er. Mo.m
DUI ae prlted Salon. paired. 542 d..t Church St. H. sizes; .
KorDI RAY'S t.1 PODt a wartime cleaning discovery. H. ParrIsh Hardware. Or- t.ble .
BE-t
th F.atun. .. In. Orn"e 20 S j water Dr. in College Park.NEPTUNE
wood
T Phone 241421.FURNITURE complete
aD : steam
E. ; suits. Four. Sue anse. Phone 2-1541._ bLs. t.bl.
Orlando Star en the gam Special: S15 creme oil I I APPU.1'I CTEM.D'. all fat fryers gas OUTBOARD MOTORS
REBUILT and condition. Cheap.
Th Want-Ad Department I* openfrom ; machineless waves. bored upbo I SEPTICTANKS ISTA and 24159.CHAIN FRUIT JUICES-Moat all t7p. 1 c stainless steel coffee urns. j I lOu and 9V, H-P. Immediate dell.
We It look like :
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daily.Sunday 11. .18.5 m.le .. Cleaned. State : years C.1 I| Stores a& roll and ery. For demonstration see Wyckotr
8.30 to C p-m. cld wave* 810 and .ol a very low and have plenty .ppro.e. 2 APPNCImedI.t. I la .Ietn tr.DU.n
a .
I In AI 5. and 10 P.dPK2a
o _bu.IDes HOIST3. o 6 steel grills Hdw.. 2524 KuhL
I 1 a. lae.nte. ; nice Craft 257. .nen .tIDI.u la _ _
materll FDlu. C.N'T Electric water heaters vacuum clean I Ford malses. .
.ap.dt7. Y.l bed chest
for Sunday Paper Bator- SPRING PERMANENTS-Machine or 1015 ; i REROOP-with Zone. S. I t : b" rc. clen i NELSON DOLLY-Good a* new
home price Also large Mock !
I Ironers. freesers.fans drink
: of drawers desk coffee table boxes tray :
D. pense. Guaranteed six yean. Demonstration Toe : dD : ; : ware m.ter Mr. Smith.
Phone 7233. for
machineless. 9964. ask
$6 up; phone f '
EtudWI _
Snatch Tackle Mocks. C L.
H electric blankets automatic ,
Da by appointment. Agent. r.dlo ; : sofa bed and chair to match. Can be stands wood and curb and
Advertiser* are requested to notify .e.d Charm Sl 506 W. Ael a c.uc. 831. up. Eeu.ae Rene Alcan. Phone 23.RGTloNrr Irons. 109 Tropic St., Titusville. Pla.CAMERAGraflex seen at Lake D Sunday service trays; meta.dishes andglassware I I OVERCOATS men's. Very heavy ensI -
6 Cel
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.i immediately of any error i 15. Schools and Instruction B.rdD. Upbltr : I I 'C. 4 x iF2T5lens. between 6 p. j : stock p stainless steel I tom tailored mixed grey tweed. (SO.
a* the Sentinel-Star w Shop. 314 E. S.th 921. I prompt effi Gas ranges bottled or city gas water Park Lake Circle. or aluminum: bar kitchen sinks. Blue checked top coat. (2O- Grey
te.d ancommercial 52 FISHING TACKLE Reels, Ocean City
for only on bottled or city; floor all electric plaid top coat. 25. Black dress top
b ppclwbl OD l ACUG.. engineering. High FLOOR. sDIGPI. cleaning and domestic mak.can beater, bottled: oil water I. CULTURED PEL.family heirloom. all purpose: pork rind: lures lines. a. a. to.nt.l. cake 1 coat. 20. Sites 40 to 44. 2-2948.
.teet 1rU"You Correspondence all Willard Kelser. Mori 70* h..tel clasp. Cost 1200. 220 S. 4 4u.r I
Itn.UOD. work guaranteed; Ucel bonded; N. Mills:.5136. cabinet sinks. 42 and 54" j Wht. Make me an offer. H H. P.ri H.rwae c' to ple cream Dta-1 OVERHEAD GARAGE DOORS.- Aluminum
Can Place Tour la repreDttle .crf.e. 2.181._ nets show I I
cases: Lumber
10-yrs. experience P service Box FlaCOR"ETmmpt : steel: wood. Smith
'Want-Ad by Telephone 1 O. R.e. Box 2'4: phon 122. phone 2-1370 Bass Floor Snrfac-I SEPTIC TANKS CANE everything Commercial appliances en. ft. Appt. FURNITURE New and used. Pay and vaults registers: wood wailSshelving Co.. 1*. Orange Av*. and Bail
REAL ESTATE iwadPep.raUoD -. tub
cmplet
Dial ..s Burke. Permanent resident; bonded r.Dces elen bake ovens saxophone. your purchases. Bass.Furniture Co with fittings. Harry '
In.
4161Classified OIL table
start each week. 139 SANDING finishing. cleanIng insured. Route 19. Box 231: 2-0678 electric water Music Shoppe. D Nance. Magruder 625 W. Church St. Phone 5820. 541 Volusia Ave.. Daytona Beach. I RANGE-Five-burner top.
Orlando Floor Surfacing -I I Phone I I Call Mr*. McVay. phone 4919.
Phone 6566. Arcade. 88.
E. Pine St. ..xID.
j. SPRING CLEANING?-Bring your FOOD FREEZER Firestone upright
j .
guaranteed ,
HIGH SCHOOL,-Complete your high I faction. Experienced .u''I blankets special I I "..Ite 3. Wilcox. Inc-. 61 E Robin, CHEST OP DRAWERS-Four 3-draw- 6 cubic HAIR CLIPPERSProfessionjdtype OUTBOARD MOTOR-194o Evinrnd
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school education In your home durIng .> ed and .orlen laundering p tmrt ColonialtownLaunderette. I cox._Every house needs er. Small mahogany dining table. Stores. 692 Gr.t. S.te I hair clippers. S2.75. Bumby 341 22 S h pj and Wolerine boat. Phone
Black. Leesburg. Fla.
your spare time. No classroom J. L. bDde moem euipment. 3 service per- house. Two rockers- All in good condition. FLAME SPRAYER and fire extin- P.rdw.r. 10 W. Church._
work books f.re. Prepare forprofessional 78J6. .OWDe. 18 Or.De tonally .upnld. 110 E. ColonialDr. W.t.-I 510 Chrlstor Place. 1 H Parrish Hardware. HOT WATER HEATERS-An sizes OIL CANS In 1. and 5-gaHon size
I I .. I cul.ben H : I H. H. Parrish Hardware 22O 0.
eDtr.Dc. COATS for Northern wear. Wool.persian and
col.e FURNITURE REPAIR SHOP 220 S. O.n.e. Phone 2-1841._ gas eletn. 2. 3. 4..Dd 65
Reasonable terms. for j a PALMS Trimmed and ASTRONOMICAL trim black. 42-44. Wool. gaL Sales N. Orajige.Phpne2-1841.
i-: Flowers and Wreaths booklet. American School. Box 486 i j fID.al; reupholstering. If TAN John Newton. |!I with fittings for celestial Persian trim. grey. 38. Black earacul. FLASHLIGHTS-Also pen lights and Orange Ave.. 20959.HEAT'Solsr. nlc. 6 OFFICE EQUIPMENT-For immediate
didn't give a Job. chest lights. H. H Parrish Rard-
othe Bo 116 Street. restrial muff to match. 38-40. 2-2948. delivery-typewriter desk ,
8Star. Irvin e phone 2-1147. obsn.uoo. Pre..r m.te- *
: ;iAl. SPRAYS-IndlvMual at ATTEND OUR DAY or evening class E.try us.. Something .ne 2611 TREE service. ': ial and Qu.lty. Complete .Ith tripod ', CELLO SIDING-The perfect board .r. 22O 8. Orange. Phone 2-1841._ _. C.p. 2734 AIDaDve. table and chair Florida Business

F Kittincer ?ioria es. New begin Apr. 7 wherea Dst.Yb 2-1t. bonded Free esUmates new condition. Ed- for. exterior use. Proven FISHING HDUARTR Rod*. I Equipment Co. 390 M. Orange dial
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In FLOOR SANDING-Waxing. polish i I dEJn .eds 539 Chapman Ave.. Winter .tUfae Hed- HOT WATER HEATER-Coleman. 5454.
teacher a Smyth Lumber N. rl bait le 8
Central phone 46. .bo I .p.lt b Ph. to" Co. OrDI. gal., boys
ing. A complete service at reasonable P.rl. First house S. of MaD I dol. and True Temper tricycle and .
line present .O.
and Railroad. < OUTBOARD
2-2524 H. E. 6469. S h Neptune: ear
I and accountancy Skilled workmanship all : Ph _ _ A. Herman's Loan Office 27 plumbing fittings Stmmoas springs. I p.
tions. Bookkeeping ; pru.t
Child Care: Pr : radio flash 2 16-inch wheel
10. Baby Sitters new Satisfaction guar UPHOLSTERING covers refin-4 or'' CAMERA-Argus. I MM. Exposure Coleman lantern kitchen cupboardand i I run.
through problem* CompleteFeder.1 FANS-Century-Hunter i
C.P. caD without oblIgatIon.Call ATC meter. Extra 2 tripods. Small' : other household and tires. 3 sheets mahogany Marine
goods.
I anteed. Will go any place within SO Second
tax I Blower. 36 to In I
ANNOUNCING the opening ol a eoun. Salesmanj j miles of Orlando. By hour or bt r"B 41$ W. CentraL 48-1. movie acreen. 2 airplane propellers. bony north of Cannon Mills plywood. 412 Mailoy St.
Shorthand and j stork. Installed. Terms. WyckoffsHdw. AirrHOUSEOL
boarding home for children by ship. I and Jb or .' Offcr'. blou. size 37. Schick I on. HEATER-Circulating medium
through civil service and court LeD bDded C.l I 2524 FOR Wheeler
play pen. ;
h Electric Iron. Proctor
permanent. SL .
Veek or SP.01 BOse. tapes .b.vr. never i FSS size used 3 45y Ph. (29-R Win-
for .
nice location Just out of reporting. Approved VetrD' UHOLTRYSEVCNe. AIR 10OO shot: .11. machine. FIHGS70 J
ter
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Irld t. Reference requiredMrs.. training. Orlando Secretarial AceouDt.DC FURNITURE REPAIRED Antiques S3 95. S37 SO: front book case S14 95: CODCOrd
Smith. 702 E. Michigan AT S.Phone I Bbol I W. Church St. r.trd. Plain furniture refinishedto I to choose from. Expert workmanshipon p.tne. L.2524. .eton. CANOES. Old Too n. Just arrived. ODD 127.1 plator rOter. OFFICE TABLE Oak- Also good.
Alleen I ..rdrob.
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2-0644. 5 phone 2-3251. pride of possession. Freeestlmstei. all orders. Russ M.tr.Co. 1122 su.r "Dde. double ended and Z.ltb conl. radio S59 5O: HOME FREEZiRS Norse upright. large desk. Ph. 2-0340. 513 Virglnia -
that makes $2'.1
1122 W. Phone AQTe paint S n'n 1 16. 17 and 18- S25 DrlveOUTBOARD
Mattress electric ; ,
vacuum Phllco
and Pak-a-way. -
221.VDEUDRe.lre.
CARE *In myhome. : Ra Co Curh surfaces waterproof. ft ce.De.
Pine Castle WII.rd
CHILD :
ConstructionCo.
BABY .AND By day. week or hour. Excellent 1C. Travel InformationAIR Church. .2-221. W.I a'' Why not have the best? Smyth Lumber Pine Castle. F.a.. knee hole desk. S295O: 2-pl. overstuffed -. A Reiser. Colonialtown. Pe 513.i'; MOTOR-Evenrude 194SI
living room S59 50; single I I modeL 23 h with extra cylinder
provided.. baby silter. FLOOR SANDING; finishing N. Orange Ave.. and RaUroad. I .Ult. p.
ear Harvard RESERVATIONS and tlbt an ize Pentra-Seal treatment; I slats. Same price as refinlshing. CASH REOISTE. .m.l National. wood bed with box HOIST 2 booms: 2 hand operated and rarbureator for rscln*. 5O8 SherV-
2-329gJL
103 E. ; line*. Sunniland Travel Bue.u. 3 experience: modern work I Quick service. Charles Venetian Rings 1195 condition springs and m.tr. I> small .;; complete with cable dan Blvd. Ph. 2-7661.
FOR CHILDREN to 4 DtO ALARM CLOCKS electric--$4.95 Plus Ruth E. Pine. finished S14.75: 1Dche
B. Pine. Phone 53O1.HAVANA. guaranteed: prompt ; i Blinds. 1802 Dr. 2-0455. CO.I.1' Cb. .
CAR hcen. Ed"e.atel raise and lower and can be PYREX WARE-A good election.I
Have ear; phon tax. Spring wind standard models. rollaway $21.90: bm.
e"eDnl. CBA-AD.xpn tourg. C. R Burk. I VENETIAN BLINDS m- SI 98 plus tax. Orange CAMP STOVEut received a large ity. $12 b. Comple. S39.n SO; Holmes. $ s Holler Chevrolet. I I I genuine .Pyrex: Including colored
2'81. Vr. ZAnier Trni nle. Pine FLOOR FINISHING refinished; experienced factory employes and Concord. F.tone. 'i} "hllment. Hard*are. 102 .. cblDeL 115 W. Central. II mixing bow sets. Knox Store Co..
SM-IO-AD I S4S: -
CR&for c. 2 t 5 pesrs.. St. Phone S3O1. equipment; I Orlando Venetian Blind Mfg. W. Chur.b. Nrsco 01 range Poen.e I I 25 E. Pine j Phone 2-3163.
122
., Mi. L 113 N. MillS.WILl. HAVANA and Nassau by boat or portable power unit. EstabBshed 1935. Co.. 1739 S. Kuhl; 8059. i ARTIST SUPI'LIKS-Textlle water color sets; oil sets colors and: I Iclor CONGLUM RUGS in all sizes. j S24 50: -.t.e.. Ice 5 12.5 gas boys IC BOX-Used. SO-lb. First clan PAINT-Ready-mixed white: Oat wall;

( CAR for ou cbld. Age* 3 plane. Call Orlando T.vl Service. Stile workman: licensed: bDde. WASHING MACE SERVICE-Official ..l canvas at Gliddens. I r47. on all furniture.Slaughter's. bicycle. S3S; Taylor To eondltln Price reasonable. 2046 semi-gloss: enamel H. H. ParrtsS
References .
year 118 E. Central: dial 154. Inurd. Steven Floor M.7t.1 .nic; call and de West Central Ave. a few new Winter Park. Hardware 230 S. Orange. Phone

given. P 2-15. KANSAS CITY. MO.-Man leaving Phone 6582. liver. Service (next AIRPLANE and MODELS-Complete HO-OO stock COUCH-Cusbman. Perfect condition. I 195. $2 95 each. 81,9. IRONS-General Electric and Filex- 2-1841.

: about April 3. Take man under FURNITURE REPAIRED and refinished -I to Colony ThesterWlnterark., 83. moel. .eere. Model I S7S. C.I 2-2463 or apply 1907 8. Furniture Co..72 W. Pine St..trOler.1 St.m. from 86 26 to 11.4. G PIANO Apartment sts prighC

:1. Special Notices 50 to help drv. Phone 658. Or- like new. Cabinet Jade to WASHING MCE REPAIE, supplies. b.t.. I.cln.N. .a. 6668 E.b. 4070. Snle. 3OO N. O. ,I. (125. Large upright (75. 331 W.

BROKERS-814 W. I 1 lando. or P_ BX 1071. Pe ..u order. Tn.l Furniture.. Co.. N. We repair cal ANTIQUES Sterling Or.nc salt- CHEVROLET MOTOR lit house t *"Use or budget plan." I 1 Fairbanks Ave., Winter Park phone

ATTENTION AL. Reconditioned va- MAINE-Man driving alone. Leaving Orange C.1 68.uou's parts. We reflnlsh. All work Bu.rn< copper and desk set. west-of Prison Camp on 3rd aL I ICE cT"UDnn" for plc- 577-R.
Concord Open afternoons. A I I about April 1. Can take three passengers ROOFING and Sheet teed. Caldwell & Harris Rp.1 ServIre. Silvr.P" done bra in our shop. CAMP STOVES 2-burner gasoline. FRUIT BASKETS-Bushel and V* I' Parrisn'I i PLAY PEN.-Good condition. Also ear
C.DL furnlhe bungalow near en route. Share expenses. Automatic heating: 707 N. Mills: Wesche's tDe Post. 210 W. Church Kamp-Kook; also 1 and 2-burner bushel: f.t bottom .hlpplnl type; Hardware. 220 8. Orange. Phone I seats. Both for 10. 411 W. Gere
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fr.m. References. S. D. 608 Anderson attic fan Installed. Phone drill Tr.dlDI gasoline new: Co.. Robin 2-1841. I Ave.
faid school. kitchen equipment Ad.m 528.P WELL us your : lDler. Knox Stores Co. Fe 3
Of 11.80. BL Oliver Owner.Ph. St. ply at Brown and Michigan .el DRJIGL' pump for BRIC-UO. cut.Dd. red Ph. fare 875. 25 E. PDe. 2-3163. son. ph_ '\INDIAN 1947 POWER LAWN MOWER-2O" rotary
VOTORCCNe.
2-108. NORTN NEW JERSEY-Leaving BOOSES-WINDOWS WASHED. Inside or Irc.ton Easy p.7menU Winter. Park business hours or 644-J. ,, MKEaII.z f IEPODrt7 gas ranee. models- fo bmelC. blade easily adjustable for short
to help and out. Floors waxed and polish nothIng months rPE- & coil tall weeds.
jADiORDPS1CUC cr54ins 8. Take one do.n. Sunday. Open late I i grass or tough Immediate
.ftr _ _ del"e" .
2:30: Wed. SOt West Apply at225E._ Jackson St. ed. Phone B.mbr. 7228; or call Belmany Well Drilling .no Pump I!.Co.. 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-3183. springs dining room suite rugs end Indian Sales and Service. delivery. Manufactured here.
umbia; clre.; ph. 2-2331. C LEAVING-EARLY-WEDNESDAY. Columbia nights ._ _ ___ Supply. Winter Garden Rd. I mileeast BENCH VISE-1ZJ lb.; inboard fnhI tables gas range tc 912 W. Colonial Fairbanks Ave.. Whiter Park. 1734 Fairbanks Ave.. Winter P rkl
A. of Orb Vista. Orlando 7087 I ing boat: 6'i h p. kicker: power CLOTHES-LE WIE.I" ;
ADVICE-Psychic readings daily; and C.rott want one pasenger HOUSE WASHED BreDs windows lawn mowers. 12 gauge Winchester 1!I 75 Dr. KITCHEN SINKS. 511. double drain. PRUNING TOOLS-Long and shortL>
circle 8 pm. Thur 2:3.: to drl.e. Exchange ref : .l Inside like W DRILLING-We specIalize in ;: pump. The gwap Shop. 120 W. Pine. s. Knox Stores Co.. 25 E. 3. FLOOR RULke rubber: 5Or Complete with ..blne mixing I.u bandied pruning shear also Atkins/
8 T. W. Church. erences. Phone 7844. paint Cleaning and waxing diameter deep .ell. 2" 2H"and 23143.CROQIJETSETS..Complete. sq. yd. t lDah. Smrh'Lambr cet strainer trp. 5O cash or- and Disston pruning saw Klnox
Bun. 12 Phon. :
P. specialty. 3" Can i BEVERAGE COOLERS .. month.Wyctoff's Stores CO. 25 E. Pine. Phone 3-3163.
Cherry phone 7088. non our 2-307. Int.l p.me 8ft c"U Co. Orn.. UI M down and SB 9:
D
R. oflk of P.H.A. write ,, Ity17 cases; fast with In-
motor live bait and cabin 17. Haulint: and Moving HOME Sb.HVICL-Generai repairsnew French. Longwood. Fla 01 Phone 6. minimum frtlDI. Large utility. shelf .tr.tlon. S8 45. Knox Stores Co. R.lr.d Hd. 2524 Kuh I i PORTABLE ICE BOXES with drop
BATS Fishing Camp. Road No.0.tjnlles construction. Windows sr. for food. steel and 25 Phone 2-3163. FLOOR CI.EANER-Never use .atI I KITCHEN CABINETS .unr' handles. (8 95 and 89.95. Knox
> KW.r.west of Winter Osrden.BOOKXZEPZR.ThOrouShll ALLIED VAN L.: INCw.-Nation's and C.ulllnl service. Ln e WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS aluminum Stal Walter plsh.. PDe. 1 on fine for use Bruce ed. white enamel c.blnt.. Sruln. Stores Co35 E. Pine. Phone 2-3163.
Service all all work tbrochout. Kitchen stools. AveI I
] on
largest m.ke. Smyth
I I CAI5on.Plble. Or.D.e $50 608 Hillcrest Ave. .
lo. D..I. rox. Robinson A.a PRESSURE COOKERS-t-ouart else:
UDr' Fidelity Storage & W.rhou guaranteed. Al Wlnln. 2014 B.Ksley i Chrome mould and Railroad. 1 1FSHOHToplet
enced. in Ca HOVE VACUUM CANE- Ave.. O Westinghouse." I ings. Chrome cabinet KITCHEN very nice assortment also pressure canner. 7-onart.. R.
ltre haDdl. for free e.tl.t.on your IhODe t24' snf b.rd..r.I with bat'I SoLA
Ic. Mills A Nebraska. 1 stools. In assorted H. Parrish Hardware 220 8. Orange.
account b& K distance W. JacksonSt. ALL cooking 10 _ al
pa' modIl. :61 6104. Ply.o. Col.plble. .
Phone
Church: I MK HETG. H.rd..r. and up. Knox Phone 2-1841.
9579 and tere.
J.ctan .. ... and other and 12 Perf.I flhn. metal with Central. Phone 2-2187. color 1115. ,
CAIE-NGt"AU .
BOARD YOU RIDING bone at th. AERO MAYFLOWER TRANSIT CO.- HOUSE WASHED with steam Is appliance service. Work II.r.ntpd i I Ii sports. Selling at cost. M1 ANebratks. innerspring 4 Stores Co. 2 Pne. Phone 2-318. PIPE STOCK and die set*. l. to -

Azalea L. Stable. C.lbr. distance- moving. Call Joiner .b.t property eWen havebeen R. N. Medhn. phone 7364 2-321. !,I _ _ mattresses. In red and blue S39 5O LUBEE"en. In buldlD. Inch; also pipe cutters. H. H. Par
m.rte LDI Storage for. free for. Entirely dlfeeDtfrom i I for ,, and up. Powell Furniture Co. in Colonlaltewn. FURNITURE MEXICAN DIshes.rums. I Luf rich Hardware. 220 S. Oranse. Phone
e.rl, BRUSHEAl
rdln. .em. P.IDtIDo
Pa. hand yet no 1 purps pottery jewelry. Private collection
trail ..hi. Hardware. I ber. Cheney Highway. Ph. 2-1541.
also moving storage 31. Good Things to Eat 2-14. I
P.rlh
will think ( Ferris
e.Um.t loa pensive. yon your at wholesale prices. 1603 :
9174-W. P.CtIDo. ertll shipping. 1400 house I t.ct Job. does I : 220 S. Orange. Phone CLOSETS-Plumbing fixtures; com Drive. UGH FIXTURES for the entire PUMPS-Home water system: Florida

BARE BERV1C -4 chairs ready to 8 DhUlon 7988. ,: not affect flowers .. p.lnt shrubberyWe CANDIED Visit Orange Blossom BICYCLE-Mans. good Cdltl, Mete with fittings: Immel.t delivery bol. Al medicine c.bln The I( Pipe Supply Ce.. 630 W.

an. OU with fast efficient service. DEEMS DELIVERY Service phone restore the original color to asbestos > Tr.1 Candles on Orange Blossom $30. Can b seen .t 38 I cash or Lbb and with I I Fair W. Cunh. Church: phone 611$.

All Union shop. W. close at k'JO.. 7673: light moving and hauling. or tile roofs. Steam House Tavares. Home of CharlesC. BOILERS-New and Used. Immediate Freeman.711 W Church FLAT WAREt.II.. sterl Leonard LIVING ROOM SUITE-2 piece. PIPE portable lock Joint and slIp
East Side Barber Shop. 50 E. every ] r.ea.ble Washing Co. Ph. 2-3625. Walkers famous chocolates and ': : b.ndJ. I Maroon excellent Reasonable. 1 Joint for grove and farm irrlgatlon. -
o.d.l.urd. col
rat. delivery. New 75 HP. 125 WP HAMPERS-In pastel Hardware 42 W. Central. Phone eondlUoB
BOAT TRIPS from Mt. Dora to Slnl HERTZ DRIVEURSELFSYSTEMRent = dirt tPl other candles. ) a box home. ,I Marine New 25 HP. 139 WP Both CT. H. Parrish Hardware 220 J I Please call 2-19. Florida Pipe Supply Co.. 630
Nothing better. I
Il'mSCAGPI-ln
Springs through the a truck b the hour day 2-620 rich Marine New 1 HP. 10O WP, Scotch 8. Orange. Phone 2-1841. 2-218. A. LIVING ROOM SOFA Rug. W. Church: 611$.
Phlp. Exceptionally Model
p.t Ca FARMALL TRACTOR -
lawahk River. Wise Boat Works.phone Pickup body. 904 M. I Manna. New HP 10O WP Scotch I PLAY GROUND EQUIPMENT ctandI -
Fla.CHARIS .eck. or 'I. 1926. I chocolates. .srmeDU'1 I .. *:2iO buys 1940. cultivator. chairs and many n2
C.mer
3223. Mt. Marine. New 5 HP. 10PWP Upright. DIAMONDNGLdY' 2-1. I ard
Dr. Orange._ Phone_ I LANDSCAPING-Mower and shrubbery -'' FROZEN CUSTARD ring. Box City. Rt. 1. 330. I O. S.nor household articles. 628 B. I and custom built. Most appropriate
Used 10 HP. 100 WP Scotch for
CORSETTERE gift growing children. On
Bruler. moving; settings. Dirt and genera 'I M.rD" 426 I Kunlk.ciiwCRE..eft.. '' LATHE New 9 Inch. Atlas
girdle and corselettes; write !. lOLBEK'S.- and Ice cream Used HP. 100 WP U.d BSla.DRINKING M.t 'LAM display. Southern Metal Fabricating.
Also Uprl.ht
1
Make
riauling. Grass planting. your 2 Inch salute
O. Hilton. 1239 Mt. Vernon Ave. .tr.se. p.ckm. 8206. carry h"'e.oiDer' 149 N. : 30 HP. 10 WP Scotch Used AN-Kehln.tr. Keivinstor. TwIn ou. Acr Pine Castle., Fla. Ph. 2-0020.
L Dice' Ln. home beautiful by ealD. I : HP. WP Firebox I I automatic th.m"t.t. teds. bOX and innervprlngmattress. Iroaflon te 1..hIDe.
GHOST WRI want special com Moving. i>06 D.l 4965. LAWN AND-GARDEN SERVICE-We I ORNC Tree 9 2P.S.Uad Hardware. 102 W. Church. srlnu p.d. SilO Ax- '' Lagoon Pal: PLASTIC SCREEN-AU sizes: Sob
Water Heaters and
delicious; per bu.. 6Oc .Pr re IDulre I reduced
typed.Research I Lumber
..eL 11.: price. Smith Co..
Fla.
.K.DUarPt editd Local.Confidential. LONG DISTANCE offer a .caretaker service with and bags. We 13 25 Bollers.-Oil Burners to f i DINETTE SPECIALS piece chrome minster r.. Kitchen sink with ft T..r. K. Orange Ave.. and Railroad.
c.I..LIn points. Packing crating local moving. modern motorized equipment. Oar plus express. aP bU5b.l andgrapefruit Copper oil fired water be.te. com- S49; 5 piece solid oak S59. tir.. l S. SammcrliiFENCE ph. LAWN out at 75c.
80 8\r. Snddath Moving Ac Storage Co. den plots prepared or c.ltl.t..rund juice; SI gallon. C. plete. I I Home Store. 458 N. Orange Te. ft. long. I Ij ,i RAKEso Frltur. Co. 141 and PORCH SET-3-piece bamboo. Floori
JENNIE OAL-Folks who lay they 115 W. Columbia. Phone 8154. broken for 1. R : r1. Crs lamp occasional chair. Westing-
Grower. 301 W. Par Wire or phone Porld. 01. Inc. I| Phone 2-76. 3 10O: 4 to 615 .w. 'Crh. _
rid of give me a Marek. 4488. Information. S.e. : ; house refrigerator. (I. E. Electric
eaSt get (Bud) I Miami.
.o VETERAN WITUC.hor desire j I Florda. '1 DESK-Kneehole : mahog- S ntt.t. S25 per 1OO. Will cut anyI LAWtJ rl. lawn
left. All need Ber- I dr..es SUPPLE.f stove. New roUses bed. An article
you I 1 haul BICYCLES for and boys: also I I at S39 95. Powell Furniture I length or size LUUctrce Co.
"GuIPDd t TEMPLE-and Valencia The .Irl any; he". .he.l. B.rde. hO.,
oranges. :
Store.ton. John 2208 Edscwatcr.Hardware P 5. P.Ut frDture. lumber cm"Dt blok. or MIMEOGRAPH SEVIC. By Authorised best to ship we have them. Also I I I bicycle .. locks. H. H. Co. In Colonialtown.DELcb ._ _ I Phone Winter tr98. I I' eser nozzles and ., ; In excellent condition. Call 2-6413.

I yon. Al. .pat.leanlt A. mmer.ph for home tl and Parrish Hed..re. 220 B. Orange. PUMPS Shallow deep FENCE POSTS Heart pine. For Bloom frrtilixer. Bumby Bad..r. PLUMBING etJPPuES-psnks .don-
guaranteed a with on or
year u. 11.
appU ; S1.OO city up dealers. We all busel. Church. ble and single .
1 service I i Phone I 1 and 102 W. I I compartment
Grapefruit 75c. King .
eatlon.LOVELY Phone 20271.WANTED. It 101 I welL Electric or .Un. mot r.Dcbe. lr. ferre I
to parts sup Toilet bath
genuine tub anti lavatories.
10 l. plc.tr f.cto" W. Washington. Ph. I BEDROOM SUITE- Good In- 25 or 42-gsI. homes. 116 Ph. I'I LAWN MOWERS-FAN. proven Qu.1
2U4.I
HOME for couple or Co.. 29 Moer. t.nk.Connnient terl 1137
am- LOADS or part loads to or pled. Office Supply I ity. 4 models. 814.95 up. Orlando Av Winter Park
Invalids; excellent food, good from Cleveland. Philadelphia : dial 5114. "Alex and Blake..I I THE FINEST-Oranges, Ir.pfrlt nersprtng m.tr. spring. Wyckoffs Hd.. Kuhl t FOOT LOCKER and rob trunk.i Bumby phone 498-M.
Oho .Pne tangerines direct from 870. 208.E. RoblnD Ave. I Prices reasonable. 2046 Ave.. I stock the P.r.- Joseph
Box 597 $320: (6
.rau.t Dun. 8t.r.Jt1 or en ft StorageCo. MATTRESSES REMAD E-Guaranteed I .r.e DIAMONoRINGdlP Hardware Co W.,Church. I PINK IWORING-.SIdIng. CeUo-Sfd-
ro.t. I I -
low bushel. Soft drinks S1.10 Winter Park.
Read 5286. as 95c :I BED-30" slightly used. Jackson I
phone rol.wu. 11. .rle.
,
PARE Spltualt satisfactory repairs refilling and ease New 5 29c. St. I LINOLEUM RUGS-9x12 : 5-pc. | Ing. a waterproof outside wani -
work pt.to. 1b. Al Harry. T.ler P.rl. I I Usd. .bue lf board. Available at Mm Nebraaka.i .
11. Tur P. recovering by our eXDreAce produce at ... FNEUDu. S22 95: I i
8813 E. W.sbIDton Dia -. 19. Services Offered Pyre .ith :i BOATS-New Magnesium.--45-n I DROP LEAF TABLES-Gate leg.mahogany. br.kf.. 82950. Whitmire. i[ POWER TOOLS. Logan metal lathe
S25
baked
men e.tm.te Try our famous home goods.Stop I the homeof :
I 1 from of .adrb
W. i New 5 H P. (49 50: to
Co. 1122 M.lhe
ROOM. BOAR.-Nmlir. for tions. Russ M.ttrs : and saves I the Frontier Stores .el.ht. ch.l.. friendly Ol.ndo.56 E. Church. Furniture. 3 Church. I I and shaper DeWalt saw*. Thor
match Orlando 141
1 N. Orange. Ph. 8485.
.led. dls- ALARM CLOCKS REPAIRED Any Church St. 2221.niRORREIVEE Orange at 20th. I I FrDltur. I' and Mall tools portable electric
Bloom
ord.n. 1920 E. Michigan Ave. kind of clock or electrical euip )& made to or- Tr.1 ,, BABY CARRIAOE-foldlng.I I.n and 615 W. FLOOR PI"-"a. S19 95. LUMBER Wen dried longleaf drills screw driven disc Sanders.D .
SPENCER ment. We fix everything. Bate Re '. TREE EUV.lencl oranges.seedleuc I i DOORS-Come and get them! 2 6x6 6 Orlando Pmltu C. 1 and 613 .1. Pease. Ph. 3753. Mount Dora.
.ondlto. Bvr. quality at right
designed.SUPRTIdl"lduay pairJBhop.48 W. Central. Ph. 7696. Glass ft Mirror Wks : 5249.Ol.ado I and grapefruit; no 1'.lo pin.Ith point; I ft. and 2.8x68 ft. New W. Chunh.PNE. 1ln. R.a field material.price.
damage. Express shipments to "rDelr cypress cr.t R
Phone 2-35O6 or ADVICE TO Supplyquotation Repaired I frost one new h pump: several 6OOx each. James Q. Walters m. .
Wuhn.tn! 2308.iEIH BUIERA MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS : east of the Mississippi and j' I M. Stewart
16 tires and tubes automobile contractor; and 6th Apopka. In
Mill : one Pak complete.
M mder Arcade I St
and inspect rm. PUMPS Easy Payment
AN-ICA Massages. 101 Kohend.rer. CaD.d. Drive out to grove leather trunk with three cases tn1 I Phone Apopka 157. and utilitygas
tt Nebraska.
b.th; treatment P.. 2-24. the fruit for .hlpmeDt. Plenty Norle tr"ld.l. LAVATORIES Bata
C.bmet side. 24 Ave. .
for neuritis. Ml AitINdS-Speclai designs of Individual PAINTING Interior and exterior. I of oranges and grapefruIt for home Cel.nd. O.tin I DINE-Su- -p. $39 50. .to. or p.r 2210 Illinois. and cabinet sinks tub c Electric and gasoline driven. Deep or

Gilbert r.l.tre masseuse. 108 beauty on each home Special prices all through M.rd use at reduced prices. Open evenlnssuntil I,1 BICYCLE-Man's used bicycle. Price Co.. Edge- delivery I.rsa stock In Florida. shallow well pumps. Tracy Goth
of Orlando.Room 12. Bargain. Please call WinterPark water Dr. in College Park. FARM TOOLS-Largett VIa County 1919-J-13.
Yale. Ldl. only. 9694 Ventilated Awnings Please call 2-6922. seven Sundays 12 noon asrment cash or 36 to pay ;

VIAVI PRODUCTS-A 115. 14 E. Church._ PAINTING --Interior and till 8'0 p.m.P.B. F. Bennett. 32OO 8M.BEVERAGE._ _ _ I DOOR-2/8x6/8 1 panel b."erbr. in Central Florida. B.mb Libby and Freeman. molb 1 Church.
.t hC.lth. extrr'&rea. Lake Drive. South of Lake BOXES and deep freeze; Venetian blinds lawn ware. 102 W. Church St.
Met.l Bids. 85 ACETYLEMa and electric -seidlng; made and repaired plet Underb m..el. Ph LAWN MOWERS good selection
work on saw nulls of licensed bonded and all .1... Electric water coolers. OrIando 2-0346. 3O4_Virginia Drl" FRIGIAEfo125.; one 6- Including the well-known PUMPS-One rebuilt Meyers buuI -
WILL CARE FOR ELDERLY lady In m.cbl. pump. UDderb1.
Ee.
m.ter.l '
my home.! Nice place and good construction ; Inmp.d. Barnes.7452. SWEET JUICY oranges and grapefruit i i 1 Sales Service. 608 N. Orange I DISHES-35-53 piece sets; beautiful I combl.toD depfre. and self-sharpening. Knox Stores I I dozer pump. Reasonable. Industrial
Ave.. dial .
aluminum and brass 2-959. Fine Easter The [ Ice Equipment Co.. phone 6750.
careprovided: 21849. .stlnl. VcKDe : grapefruit $j. oranges Sl-25 p.ter. IlfU. I, E. Pine. Phone 2-38. i
Machine W.rk.11 row. and V-Bot- 10 W. Ch.rh. equipped. S49S. Fla. Business EQ.i I'1 1 PAINT Outside whit and colon.
and S1.SO bu. 6340. -
,
per OT. p1.0 Just over
W. P. : RegUtered :
Ph
390 N. Orange Ave. LWNMOWRPo.u. ,
5 LY. Main Su.or. ALLIS CHA1J1ERS SERVICE ..ndP.r PUMP SERVICE I wtb opposed 1 DIAMOND RING Ludys beautiful : mpnt Co PhDeI First U: From 84 a gallon. Parking lot InI
Cu Aad. tractors and power nnlts. 32. Articles for Rent alr-rooled Ib.rd motors: 3-stone ring In ;modern setting.Center i: : : b.ule. 2217 Edn..te.h.rDe Drive. I I I rear off South St. W* deliver. Arnold
134.lL Pam Home M.cblne" Co. 430 or shallow writ Myers: pnmns ranging from $80 B.uUfu dl.m.nd.a. .t. Ideal Ram- i FILING CABINETS. STEEL. 2drawer leU HOUSE Paint Store. 407 B. Orange; a-3766.
; family boat ready for ter gift. for quick s.le. Winter and 4-drawer.: Grey and greenfinishes. MOS NB-
12 Inch. Imedl.t
Lost and Found :273. Installed. Wells drilled. 2 to BULLDOZER FOR slse. 130 PIANO-Elgin upright. Good condition. -
I..y p.ymeDt a* aa *5 per Palmetto rt. RE-Lrs ditk. I lvn. Pine. phone Castle 2-2465. COD.trC I P.rk. or 53. I .. Smith-Wilson Co- 401 W.Central. 25e per d.rl HeroiC. 8umr.u see at 433 8. Rosalind Av*.

BILLFOLD some AWNINGS porch curtains. Venetian T.c Gotha. Fla4 county Hour or CDu.et Phone 713S or ton DIAMONDS-Unredeemed. bargains: Ih. 159. Box 183. Cocoa. PI. Ph. 2-O889. -
.
L-DtaDll glider covering. Phone 9826. 2-2097. BEDS-bunk or twin type. Complete also rings bracelets. FIREPLACE EQUIPMENT Itemsat
Cash PIANO-UprIght. Baynea. Good
money llt-l1 .tche. condition.
reward for return to P. K p.pr. 48 Pord.bUnd A.DI Co. 432 S. Hughey. FLOOR SANE- New American with mattresses. A-I eDdlton Real Watch .. PI Loan OfI I 20, reduced price. 81n. LAWN New MOW Gasoline and Stratton* power. I 850. Phone EnsUe. Florid,
bargain! Ph. 6106 or Lumber M. Orange I
W. CentraL Ph'98. "8"; De. d..r. Reasonable rates. 2-9. I' flee. 27 W. Church._ _ I Co. .10 I motor. Very easy. B 124.
t oDr.t.
BLOUSE LOST gold colored. Between BOOKKEEPING SERVICE to fit your PLUMBIGWes Central Plumbing C. R. Burke 1805 8. Bumby. 7851. BOATS-Just received carload .1 DOUGHNUT MACHINE.-"DoughnutI R.lrod. seen at Banks and

Penney' and Yowell-Drew.- Phone Individual needs. At your office or H.ln. 1 N. Bryan. Day FLOOR SANDER edger and gins. 1 ft. Runabout :12 f. I'I Corpocatlonvt'f America Automatic -, FUR COAT. beautifully styled Rust station corner Church and :;!

8118. 301 Ivanhoe Blvd. ours. Mo.r.t teL 2-128. P.rkr '.22:1 Hardware. 2208 pllbe..oh. ..but 12. ft. molded tops: 14 : almost new. Phone 9547.DAVENPORt' t I' .1.1 squirrel, sable dyed size 1|Sunday Monday. PLUMBINGIf -.
ft. good used boatsIn Like
dS
DOG LOST= terrier vicinity Bllne. Senl.e. PAINTING-We recommend painters Dle. phone 291.FR mn.bt. Se"erl Outboard Uphol.terd. Like 38-4.- ne. 139. D tx. MEAT AND SE1 I., w.rr. -
BitFox BEAD ANU STRINGING : large or small Jobs: free .tok. Orl.nd. Motor' Can be 518 its plumbing In need of
Believed PER SANDKR and edger: also 8709 N. Orange: 8293. I'j brand new. seen 'I i .. and S.t.1 It. yon are -
K and Arnold Store. 2-3788. cab 1 Pearhtree Rd. GASOLINE ENGINES and power ( We hv a good stock of fixture
; guaran I I
to Nicky. Je.el" ..tc rp.lr esm.te P.lnt Sander and floor St. at __
w.shtn.ton.
1.. .. Cal D plshe.$I outboard rowboat I units for agricultural and B".
BOAT-For or : wen Industrial -
pipe and fitting And Can give
.t 4468. Reward te. N0r.d7'.1) .der Arc PIANO TUNING rebuldlnatn Wyckoffs Hdw.. 2524 Kuhl. I! excellent condition: to DESK large golden oak. Electric | Installation. Florida Pipe MEAT BLOCKS-Three. ffIJ.'
and efficient Easy
KEY CASE LOST-Tan I.Le. with BOOKKEEPING-Income tax service technician.. 1610 FLOOR SANDER-Clark. Edger and buit.. .. 17-92. halfway pre. I trains and equipment. 201 OgleI I I Supply Co.. 630 W. Church: 6115.I .I Ii I i and like new. 845. PO .. :I, payments.prompt Tracy s. Got.h*service.. Fla-t County
for small business WorkReferences. Tr. 5783: .
I thorpe. Tltusvllle. -
memo fastener. .oacer. L 8rn.he.u.PAINGDn. two polishers. All equipmentat Across street Rvan. lhO. 8tW. .
Sanford. "o.
Cont.l. .lrxl- Fredie' i GAS RANGE Fair S10. 1919-J-13.
.tl 7 keys. t March 2t a evenings. Box 53 8tr. by brush or ,r.y. reasonable r.t. Smyth LumberCo. ,, Place. I DISHES-Large set blue willow; din See at. 818 W. cDdiID. Fa.KEICNJ._ _ _ I
Ph. 7704. BUILDING repairing and painting.Prompt Lt II.e horn that Spring .. N. Orange R.lr.d.SAND widths. In log room mahogany rush seats.table 5466. Ph CABINETS Bathroom
'1 foot
LOST=BUI Fold containing Identification service. Licensed and bond- Stanley P. Curtis. Ph BLASTER for rent by hour 'BROADFT-9 and sand colors and 6 chairs: other small ar- ? fl.r built Ironing boards I
cards and valuableto ed. J. W. Montgomery ph. 2-0123. 23930. .r..n. roetup. I tides. E.'tste Gertrude Shores. Lan- GLP CLUBS-.Matcbed .L 3 woods. cabinets. Emytb Lumber, PAINT-AH kind Special Alcohol
or David
local builder. Finder papvra please call CLEANING AND PRESSING Cash FAINTING. Decorating: brush and Co- phon.oDtrf.6773.S C. Inman I at (2 49 a Oliddens. I I caster. Rd 5 Lillian Drive. HarryI 8i.n.. l.tbe bag. Phone 603$. Co.. N. Oranee Ave and Railroad.: I resistant. varnish for bar 554I
MOTORS The Mill Nebraska.
BICYCLE WHTZZER UMe top*
3-O83eand receive rewards. and carry prices save you spray: commercial and resdeDua I Shor. Executor. I RBAGEf uP.et, THRESHOLD.-Alarrome: an I I
Light money. Bring .1 clothe. Su- Dynamic color schemes. 33. Arice for Sale I' economical Whizser bike motor now DAY BED with m.tru. ODI to Southern .192 MEAL and widths. Smyth LumberCo. PAINT-White outside for
REINGsSL log and waterproofing. David C. In- available for only (97.55 plus tax- Orange. : 84 98. Firestone. Orange sad -
Grove SUEustls. senor CleaDer 214 Bne FOB. Pontiac. Michigan. 125 miles ; fu size. $20. Mon, N. Orange Ave.. and Railroad. I j jMAL I .
man Co. 6773.PAINTING10z12 ALUMINUM-Percolator. drinolators. Tuesday .1302 g. Gore Ave. cord
.
CARPENTRY Building. r.p.lll per gallon. Fits any men's balloon GASOLINE ElfI. all purpose BCD-Mattress and cod
classes in tan leather and p.UU. Work ..u.rant.P. rooms: ceiling and double boilers dutch ovens saucepans tire bicTcle. Easy Installment pay DESK CALENDARS Perpetual! CIDcD.) I Alr-IO. Auto Also dresser. AU In good PRUNING SUPPLIES-Clyde and
LThd' walls. *13 including flat oil. Low tea H. H. Parrish Hard I I .prln. Who pruners. Cabot' tree-beans
Lake Eola Park tette. | plan. Whlszer Motor Sales.. 602 N. leatherette Orlando Office m.te governor. Ter WYCkof' rendition. 127 N. Thornton.
East. .side. Ernest Wilson. Ph 4181.. : 7569.ROADS BUILT-Also nine rock rates e"teror. Helfand. 2-4287. ware. 220 nie. Phone 2-184 0 range Ave. Phone_2-4687. I ply Co.. 29 I. Pine; d..5114. a Hd.. 2524-KuhLRANGE MOTORCYCLE Harley-Davldson paint. Bumby Hardware. 102 W,
ALUMINUM PAINT I and Blake..N Church.
paving with surface treatment. rom BATHROOM TILE In rust proof GASOLINE Coleman, table 1946: good condition. Inquire
14. Beauty Parlor Worl Ou.r.ate. Bumby Ax sUp PAINT ESAToo suggestions' S5 per galon. Knox E Prematlle. All .olon: low eot I ELECTRIC IRONER Hot Pint I top. burer. clean.whiteensmeI. 821 Indiana Ave St. 155. i PRESSURE' COOKERS-"Universal'
Pine. Phone 23163.ANTIQUESAND S35. 4-quart with safety seal cover
.n rom [ Free estimate. Phone 2-4362. mangle. This is practically j I 52 Dnl.1 St. ;i iI .I .n.1'
.
MOPS-O'Cedar: polishes other make 4-lS-quart sizes.Bumby
mended. 6O01. At Plea AMXTtRMANN'S BEAUTY BALOH CONTRACT BUILDING of newhomes B.t SUEIl0.rife. 'BICCLM.D'.; like ne. Also '!I H. H. Parrizh H.rd..r. S. > Hardware. 102 W. Church.
I
.. .
Mats appointment Now for Easter rep..1 to homes and guns b.yonet Phone 2-O196 after I ELECTRIC SEWING MACHINE. I OASL ENGINES-Wisconsin's. ': Oran.e. Phone ]!'
=
trI7ee.
wave facial and all quality beauty buildings ane Sea T P. PIANO TUNING Master technician birds and animals .p m. White portable rotary. Walnut coffee -i hp. in stock. i 2-111. PIANO Used reconditioned upright.
culture call 6462. 20 E. Pin*. Fullsrd.39 E. tiDd 3-4032. tuning. $4. Repairing rean.ble i eign enough for little museum all i table. Living room and bed I I equipment and Supply. 1016 I'I MOVIE CAMERA-Sound protector ; Ideal for practice. Other piano
Becker. 441 N. Hughey St. 2-18. 1 for S10O 00. See at 1504 E. Concord BE SRN05oIL beU..l type rom chatrs. End table. Lamp. Lair's Church st :|I' slide film strip projector 3OO w. Term Robinsons 531 J>. Orange

rNCR-FR- Dnn PUBLIC STENOGRAPHY; and letter Ave. any tune of the day De.. 141 and 15.$ W. FurnitureCo. desk. Wilson .,1 412 bulb blower. 2-22. Ave.

Place years in business. Free. writing. Parker Business Service. AIR COMPRESSOR Used four Curh. Par Ave.. Ph. 929. | i ij i iI MEAL SINGLE BED with Simmons PIANO upright excellent condition.
.t1CEWORTrw. I Can BOOKCASES-Utility cabinets: linoleum OARE HOEfo wa.tb mattresK full size baby i I 8225. Cam be seen at 121 Hillcrest..
C. W. ?idy. Winter Park; 239-J. seen at 3914 East ELECTRIC RANGE-Rot 3 j
2-128. molb. b
I I I ; porch frltur lawnmowers. oven. Good Pint I IB J lrn Boone 1.15. bed: Kiddir-Koop: baby scale*; htzh j I II Ii I A...
corner
Your : steps. : REPAIRS-AH work Cochran 1015 W. b.mer. .t"e ch.P. Seqice. ad wheelchair
bed
luarn Co. chair hospital
;
RIG
.
Ft1. 17OO S. | Jackson.liAs I i tp lmp
1 24 hour service; pick up ANVIL Stanley rtbet brace breast Church St. Se It t.y. ; 3 burner stove .t POWER SAW-Eclipse Tornado. 36"
Southern States delivery. Wilkes R.dlo 12O4 i ColI I dr post drU lathe with lJNE LANTERNS mantles! table four chairs : : cutting bar. Excellent condition.
and never i
C'Ds. bnde SETS Ice iIHONE dct.to
WantAdThe .. 814 2-:0 for estimates.CONCRETE !I onial_Dr. phone 551. 'I I vise C.bID.t.eret.r. I'I BARBE Jugs.- Por.bl.Lumber and camp .t. H. H. ParrisA antique Windsor straight and rock- {j,I Reasonable.. Cabours. Lake read.Minneola. .

SERVICE that lasta'for RADIOS REPAI1 t 18 hour large Iron office .. .bo.. 1.- M. Orange Ave-I and Rail be seen at 1219 N. O.DIe Moore Hardware. 22 Orange. Phone Inc cbalr. crust table tilt toplable. I
The ever. W.lk.driveways floors: ourspecIalty | ar. ..rate. Pickup I, Ing room suite porch swine flrel, road. : Business Forms. In.ECICWAT 2-1841. r D. M. B. i'uis. eiectno Goes and shallow

I : .tlmace.. Dn d.\y. M.se Store. coker. trunk pl.tfor rOter. 3O-gal. ..aI 1 GLIDER-Vudor nearly new; Lbn 47 e welL Easy payment, nothing down
BEVERAGE TAN.
Easy ham Concrete. Mlle ZI I 2 Phone 462. .l F.ld.lr. double warmer waffle lawn Iron mower for two sizes. CLREetrI.F.r In C | West- one 3 ft. two .h.de ft-. t. I I.. t. MOTOR SCOOTER-1941 O'e\1 and a*Wen little Drilling a* 85 4s per Pump month.eapply Bel-
rat..r.nt many
I RADIO SERVICE-Expert work ?.f.H.ok. 543 Ibo. electric range787 8.ftibon76. I In good condition.
I o .I.a show case for coh W. Central Ave. I _ I I Winter Garden Rd.. 1 mil* east of
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QUICK COOLER-OFT-ER all known m.te guaranteed ins store (3 ). Revolvers ELECTRIC GASOLINE IV Phone 28.i'EK.Dt.e
Way : D.tOa .tOD. CDe. BEVERAGE COOLER Brunswick AI-cl.e ENG1&DtO Orb Vista. Orlando Ph. 7087._

When you're hot and i' 143 N. r.5aable.. .. AssociatedStore. 5300. 38 Smith ). Out of pawnI BlueF..h Liquid and solid fo, finish H-P .Ir-le for c RING=:1 carat diamond and bw-
bther I men's suits and musical instruments Knox Stores Co. Fine. Phone Florida Supply Co
.
Dial .t.he. Easy access: i 2 E 6
I about losing vauables. RADIO REPAIR on all makes aDd : beauty h.ir new | rarertloD. ; faster cooling. Immediate \ 2-3163. Church St.. phone 611$. North Orange Ave.MANGEL guette: platinum band and mount-
aop I Pn. 8179.
tinel-Star Lt them I' models. 24hooservice.- Pick and used hardware Stop in delivery easy terms. Orlando '! ELECTRIC IRONS Automatic eon- I GotF CU7 iron 3 .en".1 I Electric. 35O Granada lag; 8950.
4161 and delivery. Fuller Bro*_ 64 I.Church. and took around. Mackoy's
ice for SecondHand Appliance Co. Inc210 N. ( trot: Universal. Proctor. Samson. n. ... Drive. Winter Lake
4161. .e l.thr .
on .
you. Ph and 1..1 Shop. 406 W. Church. I Orange dial 4537. Bnmby Hardware. 102 W. Church. E H.n.r Pi Faimew. Puk Continued On Next: Pace]

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CRACKER POLITICS $110 million to $145 million-the1 trig $4,400.000 a net reduction InState public Budget bodies.Commission and other )|I Treasury the tax vane 1 beginning I I IOra municipalities to pro taxes beer, cirdret.whiaky$

I cost of general Government plus shift that will
schools. revenue for the biennium What does this mean? Probably t documenting documentary stamp- pool

of I I That doesn't mean there win need, brings the in
6600000. that the Legislators willcontinue cte go p their energies.
Budget Commission Ian-
Legislature Faces The sition for State .
Important be a sales tax by this i!{I ad i
I other name for the Cabinet officers Thus If the recommendations all present taxes, enact pas With a of $210 Most of the talc has turned
against I Ithi i
are
neither increases nor new taxes, Lllatur Chn a


Task With Big Paper Deficit I abut poses 1 during$107 scheduled million the expenditures biennium.for these pur-with of of the 600,000 the total two to deficit 22600000.committees runs from prevail$20- J I I IIf > and Caldwell leave to sort the out mn for Gov. j I home there cau promised would s many be the no people members new tax.at j I I>',I the than mon luh the ad times Interest amounting obligation even to ($7 i I I fetch around exemptions$60 a three million per a year.cent calculated tax. without to


taxes bringing in about
Bv ALLEN MORRIS cent He may veto spending laws In But a sales tax 1 a lot nearer million for Interest against $5 mil *

TALLAHASSEE paper deficit running into the tens I $127 million. I j I htor repat the Legislature two ways: By striking them frbmthe than it was. Iider predict its lon fo prcpal. cities could CUFF NOTES: Retirement of

of millions of dollars faces State Legislators now putting The Budget Commission. alow deparent substantially general appropriations law. i: enactment by te LegIslature cahg it the financial John J. Tlgert as president of the
I' which most take present laws more money the as the Constitution permits, and i Here's why: I II abyss chin wind

home afai in shape to begin 6 days; of lawmaking here for its .estimates, did not take Budget Commission recommended.The special laws or by directing the I I Resistance to the sales tax j I''ntonl derion te fit o j University of Florida, forecast here

Apri I into account the $34 million to j E\'erlade National Park Comptroller not to sign his tCaldwellsj -' gradually U being broken down. 'I I I the fact. ,', a fore year his ago, again brings to the
as successor the
the substance of money-spending recommendations $36 million additional recommended requested $1 and ] name to warrants (chfk Many Legislators have been cold j'II[I either that power companies and H. U. Tom Sebring. name ofi

-- for schools by the Edu- : one-half million to bring that for approprt itm tthe I on the idea that its burden would I I I bond houses areuua using their legislative -i Court Justice Supreme
In three
embodied now
reports- cation Committee.If worthy project into being. There all mor tn a sid fall upon tourists and upon those influence to get State help serving on an

currently being read here-those known a a biennium. for which I these recommendations a likely W b other special ap- amount. j I II {of people who appear for cities. The power companies Allied military court In Germany.

of two citizen cmt. on education the new Legislature must provide. enacted into law and the chances i I|propriations. I + ou ow used want the pressure eased on cities i

and of ,the Of that staggering amount are decidedly go there is then ;.I All i all this excess could r I|I A sales tax usually i levied In'':'I -appa 1 ave so local utility taxes win not be first Among American the attractions the

Budget Commission.Over [which Includes $86 million for I a deficit for te bienu of $14 for biennium to $10 million i I a time of argent for more !!i homestead exemption or low income enacted. The bond boys want a t were Baby Alice vaudeville show

siplfe. 'her.s the roads matched millions of dolar million to $16 mon I!I that must be added to the apparent mone by a Government. So while !I while enjoying Governmental repetition of the 1930s when the ing one and one-half, a midget weigh-andS

money from the Federal The tax moreover shortage for the total of customary atmosphere for benefits. State gave life to county road stuffed pounds

C Florida's State Go.erent will welfare and benefits paid from recommended withdrawal of the some $20 million i the bienniumfor sales tax enactment h.t prevailed State recognition by bonds with a rash transfusion of "mermaid.later there A few added performances

spend between $350 million and Florida's own unemployment pl. : State from U fields .h loss which the LIlatu either until just now i committee of the Cdwen.stx gasoline tax millions. a chicken with a human was face and

'400 in the two be- the la 1'maker primarily I would cost the must provide or because lawmakers cities the I
mon 1far meat-ae Iom- general I i Ford plus genuine ef- Farther all the interests Weber and Fields, a team cf'comedians.

.u 1-the pro I concerned with approximatelyDeep enactment of tax increases total- I Imendations of the committee the thought of a Stt for (o the first tie! b the wanting U be relieved of specific .



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from Preceding Pap 33 Articles for Sal I 37. Fertilizers and Soils 45 Apartments for Rent I I!147. Rooms for Rent I I 150.I Wanted t Rent I r 51. Houses for Sale 51. Houses for Sale *unba ; ruflxu1-tai


Tan COLD now DUPLEX (Upper-- 3 large CLNLTW-Lnl, room. Re- I WANTED-Small apartment fo work- CLOSE IN-2 bedroom furnished COLLEGE PARK-Immediate __I 1
FLORIDA
33. .Article for Sale YAc C with me win IMOK at..ppl.U..bb and I rooms furnished. :refriger-1 I I.Uoa I convent-I lug mother and mail b7. CUd I home within 2 block of Orange aba ef 2 bedroom bom*. complete- I ORLANDO.

tachments. fel .. price gardens that Kit help Utilities furnished. .,) Children welcome. 809 N. Bert I attend dy D1r" 1 I Av*. '1. with easy term P. A.Allison. I flJe Sound constructtoat. ISO I MARCH 30.1947 PAGE IS

RADIOS Police, RCA and O. E. Walter J. VI'. Inc 61. E. RobInson them back into healthy condition. pet*. 840. Write Box 698 81r.___ I, working h.n. fer *. Ph. 546*. R.1r 37 W. Washington. f.t landscaped frootageCouveniest I|

console and table models a* wiia Av. *T1 House o Wuw- Cold amok will do I later easier. I CLOSE IN 313 Huthey Court. Don-I WIDOW 3 kind. CLOSE 4-bedroom bwngalow. to school, chopping i
SIOtIeS. !
FERN CREEK 1500 I : '
I 1 bus. Lets mike deal
and battery *et*. WIBard bouse.VENfcTlAN.- and better. Call 6314. AY 1.-AP.n1 bata. I cDn..I a on this : 51. Houses for Sale
Prb ment of ble or single rooms adjoining Chrlvtlan wishes home 9U Good tcll Rental Income un Ask for Ry Lennon Jo
I.II dla
TheaUr Block Cotonialtowa 30". 32". PUTT MANURE. 815 a ton: at and 8b.r I.U kitch Very reasonable. UeUochl people a* ODD f.ml.1 fuJe. mODtI P for Myer !.I. Dial Wt .
; 5UI. B&2" aluminumslit Farm phon month by year. 66895. H. 1138. BOLDER HEIGHTS rooms and
.111 .I.
34" and wkt ra POt Al.a L.. J. > NJE. 3rd Miami. I. 37 H-J.. bath gas kitchen furnished 3
factory. CASEERY
RADIOS-nit famous a wvs a. J 1739 blldK. : 86 Ave.t at dial U. Or- 5127. 491.GBbln welcome: ear Hoel IDa F.W.tn. St Ave.CndiRullr.. :. Ce"t CLNTWNa.eaeat J porches. Immediate possession lit
with I pn.
pbl rwn.bl btt.P a week; fur- fishing bunting Winter I 26th Pt.HOLDER.
1 I
Blind Manufacturing.
; lands Venetian I Plants. Flowers and Seeds t Completely and lent e.e
COLNATW
horse
living
ask for 1919-M-l.
116
Wa,. 899 SO. VENETIAN BLINDS- Five days de 31 .1he. : Prk. 14W. 51. Houses for Sale I l.mbhP. J..d.t I I I with cDdtl. kitchen equipment r. HE1UH1S Corner Park

lad. "PPl.a Co. Inc.. 310 01 I Custom built almninum; AZALEAS cut f.e. artistic table HAMPTON ST 1028 N.-2 rom. DWW LOCATION Sitting _eO P.m. bUD"I. lult and large two-car tarate. NlcI'Ddn.p. and 22nd St. Mike offer oa this
*. Pho. 57.RAU U.er. In our own decorations: .I. .n .her apartment. Connecting bath. I .eplw room adjoining private ANGPBTLT-41) 7 bro block. I I' 111. bro '1. I ly Completely furnished large bungalow. Oa 1OO ft. lot. 3-car
.o l.auatur term aslow Ktl.er'. 6 E. ; 463. vate entrance. Desire permanent couple. tDtrDr. Mn..t bath; hot 1 uDfurhe. 2 lel *. 895OO. .fM kleba All roomsnicely I 1 for 111. *. I tarage. Large fruit tree Overtook
EQUIPMENT-Combl- faor, Home privileges. Oarage.LAKESIDE water in girls prefer (2) tul' 2 bedroom I I R 15 W. park. Nice for family. sammie Fran
Free roD :
; *. large iiz,. I 85 pr loatb. .tl.t.R.db1 Petunias: corn p.rk.1 Call and furnished. 2 front See eI
..ti .. ANA fwer 05.1511-Merritt red. Quiet hme. I. T. prfe eDdtoa = Phon 5106. cisco. Realtor room 4 Central Arcade;
875; 9U bUlr. ard VeDet.. BUd C. 10 J and many oUer.; C 2-0327. ".0. Nor Side. ol.tlD. 1105. McNuttHe..y.1 7407.
andbeautifully
and gingte .ea 112; 20 C f\he phne 2.167. Williams. 1411 K. New 2-room apt.: completely mortgage East for E. with Ha I :
duty reacb-ia .1 comblnatlaa I furnished. Exclusive I DOUBLE ROOM-or twin beds private bouse and 11.10.fruit 'I old Efaephird Realty 30 E. COLONIAL: SECTION HARVARD AVE.-Modern 3 bedroom
ufnert rwrer.t Y AC CAN. RoYr. U.lew. CALADIUM Bt Silver Leaf; neighborhood on 2 lk. tUIC. homt. business cplt KtID. Mlht.a. .Ic. E. Concord. lt : St. Phone C.. 'uleeln Immediate home hardwood floon. 1H bath.
for food d. Modern te Lord and 33c each. and Bendix. Adults borne 2-8. bdrom. ins town. 3-bedroom built in 3-car garage. Just off Orange AvrI
; HJer St.. phone 2-0052.- Ph. 9798 3716 8. Fern Creek. Sunday afternoon for inspection. Two I pn.luP. unfurnished 112.0. Cn.m. Ra'I COLLEGE PARK-One .f the .I.a '41 Cypress sidmz. fully I I Good bow at 816.500. Striplias wi
Inc. 42$43qN9rese 3.2l.UO VENETIAN months rent in advance.. EL DRIVE. SOS S.-Nlc clean Estate. 375 N. OD.e: 123. : little he. in this Screened front porch w H. .1. Moss 13th Broker. 132 8.Main. .
Saronk Pat4 BL M.Du.tu CITRUS TREES pecan and an frt with I I sat. ro and sleeping porch tral heat frrpl.ce. I 6977.EOLDEN .
phone
on.ta hl2 in business I I Rml-pr..t. b.t Tee AMELIA AVE. 523 WEST-Six room completely aarace- P.aP back *
one-half bll Meta tree recommended thIs LK FN-Mddle.P Fries
tern- Ga.l l.r.l 7-day delivery. Wood Nebraska fo '. Nursery.CAMELLIAS .. fmlly. phone 8230. : furnished and garage. Adaptable i See H. fumlhed. M 5OO with fruit trees. Broker.

rtcinl pn prmcl.1 01,,Phone ery Blind measured and IJt.1, )11 to 1 New house. AH priviicgea.Call 23004.I i I I I GORE AVE.-.1 East. Attractive room I for three apartments. Title guaranteed ."beele. 20.th E. H.rld Washington Shepherd J N. Orange. 5013. HHOHT8-Ccm 1rt lT farnished -

20977. within 75 mile of Orlando. Et.te ; azaleas; palms; landscape MAIN. 440 8. 1-room in beautiful horn*. 6m-pn..t Owner on premises. St. Rat, or 2-2629. COLLEGE PARK completely and S room fram bungalow ga-
pine. with without obligation. Orlando Vea.I shrubbery; tropical plant Screened porch bath. Kitchen privilege. I IhOD. j f nicely furnished 3 race 6 large bearing eitrwa trc and
RWAT- D.8 G. Hi- Blind Mf*., 1739 8. Kohl; Mussclwhlte Nurseries. E. .fcel"1 Ph 17o. AMA SECTION Winter Park- I CONCORD 814 W.-Completely furai frame .ttat. bro chicken yard. Two block to but stop.
Call after 10 I
.ra .1 15. Prnctt1 er. no pet* GARLAND S. 2 rooms.reasonable. two bath Vacant April 141
after Screenedm .
Ul. _rd. Call NURSERY I&ptan. brm. 1.r lhe li. I non chromtte tile 87.500. Hsrlow a. Fredrick ill K.Orinre.
Ut. .ulu.. \ Apker. Sybelia Are. j VENETIAN BLIND8-3-day delivery. TEFor M oa. ORANGE BLOSSOM T I .uttii. for I II ed home now. .e. .la porch living room dln" I 1'I with .ho.e ; picture Dill 8168."If .
school home. MattlOOd.months. Custom made by Charles at 1803 roul J.a I couth; 2 small apartment No Lot 210 feet frontaiv by 146 kitchen h.U b.th i .lrcthn great to Bee ia Oriasdo.5HARMON
near I -
Edge water Dr. Ph. 2-0455. I P.3O Tavares 1. I children I IGERDA I eDRAC 1922-Large dou- deep with some small citrus andother I tins 0 heat 2 I.r. bedrooms garage i l.m.; lot Ireaw'J.1
RPE ft.. H-lnch rope PALMS- :o-Plumo. 4V, 154ft. 'I Bus er. 7 ft. gas rfr.ertr. Compare this as toquality KBed .
1 RAIPORD ROAD 2372-Unfurnlshed SIa rates : immedi*;* _
IbRmtlc eor- VENETIAN BLINDS-Best in custom : rl I Price $ Call Mrs uO .er
Cap Phone construction
I. 3 S3.5O Modern. iSPACIOUS I Spr. and furnishings, fc srsn'ferred. 1406
11. efficiency apartment. stop at dr..ACKSNST. r W. .
ArC
ler M.lt'Dd.Rt made and stock sloe: aluminum. 3716 S. Creek.BPRINGBOUQIJITB.. 324 Eenkle CIrcle Winter P.rk I and you will agree with me that yon j I AVE. 1515-W.H built pre
city m.nIUL 'o'rust proof steeL Cornice boards I ren 5ro. ful apartment 609 E Large double Phone 341R.AGEnTBrnd. .et 81 for 81 at the price of 89 SOO : LIMITS-Neat and cute. Small war homo of two bedroom and
lA BXA 220 Reconditioned work. 91i and Spring f.* Entir Fl..t r. ,1 b.th. Telephone 670$. I terms. Frank Crebs. i alow. Fruit. I.some terms. screened back porch: lax,. living
H P.rh & W. CDtr.I Orlando. -9558 or 69Or.a. er h.t T.II.) deo.to.and front ..d rear entrances. KINNISON DRIVE-1o7: large room. new concrete 507 Bu phone R..ltr. Loren Dunn. N. Brown. room with fireplace: ale lsd dining
8. ,
Met.1
Or.De. .2-14. Winter 843. ssge .0' Oade.2319 N.Orange Walking distance to Bust blok Special dae 2-170. with built-in book
Pal do.nl.. twin $10 Phone 2-10. lom. 2-1261. room case
ROASTERS Gera Eletc. best eo no more at .. PI 2-127. Open . door. S75O for b. .. 133 De. 1.5. COLLEGE PARK-The rapid trowth :1' and built-in corner china closet
with LONG ST.-1345 W.; room for employed of the business section of Edgew-
EQ"Ip comp.n. VELOCIPEDES Wide of 30 OR 35 TE Must be .. Aduils. no pu. Ph. 34648.SUITELiving DAYTONA BEACH lire Duo-Therm becten screenedfront
variety
ORNOJ Reasonable.Phone ter Drive -A besutlfuly 3.bedroom
at Goodyear moved Mrs gentleman. Small new uncompleted ha enhanced the vaiue of porch: beautiful oak floorsthroughout.
all eotae. I
sues metal
; Burnbyrtardwsre. i
300 Orange Are. "Die cut budget co.uetoD. rom. bdrm. b.U. side. Oa Colics property. Unfortunate- hO. 1 t.cua.e Ia .
O'Brien. Nicely landscaped yard
plan J. 102 Churc. PI. 8t T.ft screened All ea. .elr 341.Ln Lovely Hot .o lt 19.Db.drudl. IT the owner of this property for tor d."tl.1 _la Pmlhe. 0. with fruit trees shrub tree*. Extra

RADIO RCA r.dophOr.1 WASHING MACHINE Copper 39. Livestock and .fn..toa.. pn..t Lke .. laundry rol. light down balance al- business reason must leave the city. I' .aet.l .Gore P.IDtr lots available. DrIve by and Inspect,
for Solar water Blanchard.on Supple 246.SOBCRBAN. ..t 4S. sod must sell his home *nd is of- Pete. R.ltr. 70 J. Central
l bl I. .I rrd UII. .ntl cooking privileges. 208 E. Robinson. r.d Attractlv.new I 2-0786. this home offered by Harlow O.Fredrick. .
loe Porrest City off oldApopka .. duplex. Strictly 5-room concrete block ferine it for less thin other I .
Ave.DI.Croa1ey IU. home.saton. proprI .
at R. I 118 N. Orance. Dial (188."If
., COW Black and and calf.Sliner AVE.. 620 5.-Double
UI LIVINGSTON
s of
this
.ht. Uti type
are f
compleel lambbe. Realtor. 32 E. Pine: te. being 1
and Fada. Connote R. .oerD. Ild great to live ia Orlando.080OMLAND
G Hayford. Road.Hi Jt Slmmer .-L bed; kitchen and laundry privilege 11. unfurnished 86 OOO completely I J,|I DELANEY SECTION -
Ii and t.bl modeU. Alse por WE 25O JCB1'iEWe.tlhous.. miles east Conway Circle. Phone. Ap.nm.n. C'I L"wo 23. POD. 9307. I IIAGNOUA ADAIR PARK "Houses honse.houses. furnished 10.0. Please call our modern S room frame P1nlh.d

H.rd..r. 102 W. 509 W. Colonial.Drive. eODdltoa Co 1912-M-1. WINTER PARK-Apartment for rent, AVE.. 232 Desirable I but this b the one.. Mo- office for cmpl.t. details. Frank poreh. Lot ISOxlSO. Tiled baSS Iu.d-Ia AVE.-836. 3 bedroom
Church. FRENCH ALPINE-Back kid. recis- modem garage. adults ; single bedroom. Business rio. frame large spacious Im.. Crebs. .) 507 Met.1 Building: kitchen, tarate. laundry. 19 r I solarium sod sliwed-ln sleeping
RUBBER STAMPS Better StmP WATER HEATER and tank '..AI" tered. finest blood lines 815. 2600 only no lurDe. Gould. 6 W. women preferred. 72O5. bedrooms tiled wall bath. 8250O 1. Phone 2110.COLGJ I I run trees. Sell or trade for : porch. Large lot lawn sprinkler system

Quick Service, for every purpoae. small eletl welding outfit. 513Virginia Via Tuscany phone 276-J Winter Church. St.pu. S. with Johnston PARK LAKE 701-Room fumlh. All Included for 812.750. PARK-2 or ist cor Wheeler M. J. and an abundance ef asaleaa.

Supplies. Ol.ado Rubber Stamp nr.. Pak. Henry. Brker.Ol.ado for rent: hot CC.' bus. at>u waiting for'" I.. exclusive Furnished or 3br.. 132 wt. W.la phone M. palms etc. 89.750 furnished; Rex.
at 8. Oranie. .t Tel with T. K. IOuml McOilL Realtors. Exclusive agent
Work 6
WRIST WATCH, lady's
HORSE-Fine. gentle caddie horse; phone 7468 Hutn. R.lt. possession 'wT.
1-J.e WILL child
HOME-Accept : Rm Central Immedl.t C t.tn. 125N.Orsnse Ave.. Phone 4147.
ROOF CATG"Bld. Same old Benrns. with case never .ora 8125 with McClelland ..dde. Ktr. 84O SH. 820 Fredrlcka I ROOM 2 blocks from district I Ar.d. ehurhu. etc. DUBSDREAD Meat 2-bedroom frame
...Ut 81 Trade for portable or cabinet tJ saddle '3: County -. 5 miles out Conway Road. : permanent IU5D.man I Broker 2217 Edgewater Dr. 4595.COLONIALTOWN bungalow. Paved street. IVANHOB-Late view, front and
electric Ph. Dn.e.1 bU.ae. ADAIR LAKE SreDe back. Fram bungalow. 3 sleeping
Co. M. Orange AY*. sewing machine. JERSEY COWS 2. I SECTION-100* G-I porch. Hardwood .
olne. sDU. 2-ROOM APARTMENT- preferred. C.I 140. -See this beautifulmodern n.rL rooms, electric kitchen. Venetian
.
R.lro.d. WAS TB.I"'DbP buckets milker. H D PhUp WINTER 500 Chase Ave. home. 2.large bedrooms, tile 'urDI"r. Ga t.lmeDI Garage. blind Princeton School
.o Ple.s phoD loan. New want
busns modern bungalow your
ROOFING GAVAIE 5V.crimp. an,1 H ? Hard St> and Brud. An.K 2-1:0. Jomla PAR bedroom privatebath. Tile bath, kitchen and non. Large living Sm.le Frol Rp.ltr children. Bus by the door. Live in
.
.
2.1541WASHING .
delivery.Priced Phone .
Pr hmel.t .r. 22 O'D.e. .Imme. Pta.MAREWestern FOR of unfurnished 1 block north of Rollins Cole.e. 1 floor In bath and and dining rooms ,a'I.. Lot CeDt.1 Arc.de d.1 bus trend location for 885OO with
for 29
.nra. 17.1 MACHINE-small size: saddle. excellent R H.1 two bedroom inHolden overlooking Lake Virginia. ktb.L Iu.tceInc. size 10.10. See Marvin HoTa--J. DELANEY STREET 4Just off) 3 bedrooms Cult 825OO down. T. 1C. Hastings

a.68.33. for 28 ftNational(a. In 6. i play pen and stroller. 1202 8. Orange cODdltlD. W.U.1 D. W. Tinker Ave. Section. 5593. ter Park. 27. Automatic water heater Broker 716 1 Mills; 4354. and ultra loe. new c SealIng Rm. 6. Central Arcade; 4237.
11 and
1 P. Ave. C.l .a block home '
COLLEGE PARK SECTION Well ; .
Steel Co.. Atlanta Av*. F Rd. APARTMENTS Furnished. Newly WINTER PARK-1435 FairbanksAve. I crt 1e iVANHOE SECTION-Nicely furnished -
WHEELBARROWS-Garden withremovable PALOMINO STALLION registered. At room with double bed. space On but line close built brand new. strictly .; a challenge for 2-bedroom concrete block
Phone 712 or 109. 1'1 ty decorated: Adult no pet* Private ; lovely he.te. moen$ match stucco
335. : also tray stud. '. room frame bungalow th any other home within home.
"dt. Forid. Golden Boy Turkey entrance. Reasonable. 2-7342. adjoining bath big closet Inner- .ld .Itl 84.750. O. L. Bcwrstler with
I type. Knox Stores Co. 25 E. Pine. Lk. West 33rd. St.. springs. bus .t dr men business .cUa and schooL Ph. electric stove. Believe it or DOl Its .' D. H.n.o floors tile Henry Bunch Broker, 13 8. SlaIn;
ROBE STAMPS for any Phone 2-3163. Rd. Orl'Ddo Fla. Call APT. 5 mile from Orlando. Un Ph. 94S-R-X. preernd. some housewife's dream. I."fl.t b.t. .ll t..m"Dt .Iadow. tile sills. 2-109O.
J- Rotary time .t..p. 2-2395. Stud fe furnished. 2 bedroom. Adults only. possession. will 1. and convenient kitchen
$25. Return
d.t .ut.tl d.tn. W ASH MACE Baby Grad. pnn Box 562 S-Star. I I.patmeDt I LARGE ROOM-tnnerapring; double 2-312 suickly-ce "I bad b plt"ou. moer screened sun porch. IVANHOE SECTION-Beautifully furalshed -.
e..P e.r'lt.
stove 1'1. bed entrance: bus at door 01 hurn.Pnee 3-bedroom home '
21 M.t.r LARGF: 2 bedroom : private cash, ".'.nee Price terms. Jamenonand ; neighborhood :
for apartment. Plugs holpl.t. SADDLE Pine uDuDe RIO W. Grand. Ph. 22037.ATctBL 2-bedroom house. Bath .0. te. Ibr.1 I* excellent
Il phone (114. "Alex andBlake. Itt HORE 'It. Newly APPK Mr. with J. P. 145 Carter. .. 70 E. Prtcg. just reduced.
825. R. D. Stockton. 1st. milk Dr.n
.' one front 1.tl. I IitLX Clyde McKrnde.
10 porch Broker. 13 B.
: Phone MaIn
0. freh 1 line. Year lease. References ROOM with I.r. lf.n.d Itte N. A. T. ISusterl Cirter. il".rI
.. freshen .
Mt. Dr. April seen lu. ranee electric hot water 510. = Phone 2.4775JEFFERSON .
WASTE white place. IVj miles west of Falrvllla by I ruied 870 month. 19O6 COD 2-8601. .telephone $4750 1 do.citate. Phone Apopka.hp.tr. COLLEGE PAR- Mo.n prewarframe ::: tr.miil; nd-modern.
RUGS wool. KAU m.tl cattle way I[ 5-room
Brdfelt Iaolun and .. KnoxStores pens on graded road to Statehospital. R.d. 9102. Hardwood .p.cl
..do,. 251 Kdg D 1.2. DOUBLE ROOM-Semi-private floor tile Entrance on 2 Income
Co.. E. Pine. 3-3163. NEW FURNISHED room b.t both i i 'Pt. art
2U1. 2 bath and porch. AP3 kitchen. Kitchen privileges. Cone Ih.r- kitchen driins. tub*. I now but better poa- ST.-Close la. This prewar
WALL CLEANER Floor e ..nu.w.x. 'SADL HOREE.. riding W. Central and ...... A. E. Birnett. Fern Park. log house. Widow. 7 Pt AveDubvdresd. .. lot. paved street and :. *M I sible. Wailer or Roulstone. Realtor 5-room and bath hem la a
REFRIGERATOR J7fl9..4.3 h.p. Buke. Num.ru household I, .Dtl. Sn 111 C.I after ALTAMONTE SPRINGS material sbortie or !* 2-2S3J. beivtlful location. OWMT leaving city
appliance*._ A Ave. WILL SHARE APT- clove t. loa. i'I and must selL 86000 cash. 850 month
Complete with control Latest quiet couple. All f ROOM-hot water.. Innerspring mattress here. 8b950. Including 847OO mortgage. DELANEY SECTION-Beautiful new
modal. 168 caB. Supply limited. WIRE L BAI. k'1 I SORRELL MARES 2 three gaIted month. Ph prvlee. ; U rue.. Private family. Reasonable. LakeFront are. Cleared, planted. Y.ub thrt. to t.1 T. K. Hut, m.D constructed bungalow and ly oa balance. See Mark with LouisGeeilin.
Walter J. Wflcox Inc.. 61 X. Robinson -I plus with saddles and bridles. Seven and Price 83OOO.Spacious : car aam Realtor 143 M. MaIn 2-
583 e.
o Gentleman only. Box Ri. C.atrl I.
.oL I I .Ratr.
Post Office. each. with George eltht e'r old.. Gentle. Orange IN :2 -close in. B S-Star. 2-bedroom borne Furnished. 4237. I bath and T I U 1464.
Stu.r I
oppt STtate .. bath full use Lot 88x200 ft. 88.OOO. Exclusive.2bedroom .11
S. Main St.. phone 8158. Groves. and steel
5V crlmp: 11 Zel.o. F. ro. < COLONIALTOWN New 9ndowL price is re-
BPG.lnD I refined business SHARE HOME-Middle .n Quest beautifully SECTION
.Limited WATER PUMP=Electric; ,o 835 month. Box $5SStar. WIL privilege in lovely home. furnished. eot.. frame bungalow. 2 Near ;i duce t 112.3 for a quick sale.

supply. Knox Stores Co.. J Pine. I I dltol Sears Roebuck $: I STUD SERVICE Palomino. 7184. .0m'l. Desire Al served to elderly lady Our 15.0 Of.E"cu.ne.C.1 .hol. stores and brm.: trm. ] O. KUre. Realtor 2-3176. JAMAJO-nice Sman lots.cement Furnished.block Price withthree

P 5 phon. 8060. rent. Write Box 587 8-Stsr. Co. 3O8 8. I
Man- J
2-36. P. TPT.-Pornished. Pak. 1839. 1.1. ,
comlltoD living .r S..1 DEVON ROAD. 83400. Mr. Brya with Herman
rock lath cheap. WINDOWS AU e"prl. standard 14. COLOMALTOWN SECTION-Bur'gs-I nI OPE ROUSE Goodwin
-J-I Inc,
room Broker. 677 X. Orange -
pD 1 810 per ket. sir. la "kk.0, style or size Pet Stock and Supple ties: bdm. kltbeD. l.th., uUli, 471. Rental Agencies Ifuckel-OlIteal- Realtor.; UI E. Robinson low built in 194. Nicely fumlae I i 1 -Add to nd owa : 9855.KII.GORK .
ho lovely three
hone made to Al window and I ; dial 3-3753. 2 bedrooms, ehl bedroom home. Cor
31.SRJ door frames; service on a AA Year-old! fem.l: good month year; on lake; Winter Garden 1 LANDLORDS supply you deobbsstion. throughout. Near school bus end tot "er nicely landscaped with ST.-Neat new 3-room cot-
Wroaa. 24-inch to"IIah Phone 9732.WALLPAPER U.Clarke. R.d. turn left a Taffrail Club .I ." tace. Furnished. Bath T fruit .
order 1120 17th and tee.
St I hu.tr. A strabie 01 ebarga and Sprin
.4 on neht.LOXURIOUS tore* A nice home priced very r..blt. pl.nt
Had..r I. tl."t. kle 83000 half cash Klliaa
H Jlb : with Howard.
P.n Latest in designs just O. _ phone Johnson Screen
l us your va- ADAIR PARK-6-room bungalow. "" 10.75 terL 8.1 ed 'or
1-bedroom 306 N. Main. 7325.
JO Ora. P Jlf.8IVIWAIBzm arrived. For original and prio BARDo SPANJE.IDI EXCUSIVE '. Veterans Real Estate Agency. Cypress cOD.treUoa Completely Co. 208 O .ennJIr- brrexewy. -i
lf our stock. Orlando apartment. Adult only. 2 Court St. Ph. Furnished "![ tld .. conveniently li.ISSBIMEE---New lake view concrete
bahna. 2-48. many extras. 3 If cash
p.pr CITY LIMITS- you have
Wallpaper Co 36 E. I Stud service-CS Benbow's No pt. 110. Phone g bedroomsLarge oak .1 .r.ne ladyofthehouse. brick home. S loom and bath;
I and
J.cka WE HELP you find a reDt.1for. palm abade. and want a home we nice I
220 Phone
8. WI .
OUDI. 2-114. 233n.ANTIQUE. and Int. Ch. Easdale' Excellency FURNISHED rm. and bath. service charge. Veterans' Nice .bbbn. Ulid this week 2-bedroom bungalow that win Interest ink. Tiled NI e.pl.r.dO11 screened porch: car port. Unfurnish
SPRAYERS-.Continuous. quart size: YOUThS. B Innsrsprlnwmattress. brother. Featherstockinx Kennels Or- Large porch. or yearly; I Real Estate Agency. 29 8. Court. price 1.00. ...0 cash required. yon. with AsherPeter. ideal dining room& .1 ed. 878OO. Drurr Av*, at open hou**
also 3 -gallon slse. H. H. Parrtsh price 3,8 Phone I' ante City. aily 30 miles from Orlando. 622 Summit Only need O"70 p.IDte E. Central; 3-O786. these fine feature this 8umlu. All slxn. John Young.
467 p.r. R..lt.
In.s.
p .
H.rd..r 230 a Orans Phone .-Handsomely carved .fa BIRD DOGS-Pointers. 1 year male. St. Eu.tI F.. 481. Beach Rentals ply. Phone 2-7301. CLOSE IN-Guest home. of th.1 I I liarlow **'*** Orance.$18.500.: I KALEY SCHOOL- SECTION New

J-ln. at 8165. Phone 8536. 4 pups. 2 ..11. 2 female. Can b ADAIR PARK-Older type frame finest. Corner location. Oe Ihal. 5185. k.folnl bunsaiow. Pram 5 rooms I bed
SAW Jm.n complete with B.re.l. bought separately b,p.1 or a 46. Houses for Rent DAYTONA BEACH Comfortable construction of 9 rooms screened Nicely furnished. 1..Ya.bdr| "It s ttest .live ." rooms. LArge living room: front aol
O..e
132. P. D. ADd.n.o. .AY BEX HAMMI, a.tln" 307 8la. home for Summer '.'ln. Two bedrooms front porch and 'I.sed sleeping quick! 83,500 put you in charge; b rear porches. Ntce convenient kitchen.
Yr.. mIles of MattIsud on prbl. u. CHIHUAHUA-puppies. Make lovely ALTAMONTE ROAD-723 Maltlaad sleeping t.o bathi. porch. House needs repairs assume mortgage. Long term Best DtIBSDREAD-New 2 car garag. Owner leaving soon for
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Phone WInter Park. 763-S. 101 batch mixers. Easter gift. Registered Ave..; furnished: l-f.ml". 2bedroomhouse Short walk to Beach. Box 3683 and painting. 160. Allen Johnson. I yeti Let us explain. Loren Dunn. 2 eODr" btockl New York wants property sold.
Frank 8. Band Wnt i
SAWMILLS And Wheland. p.r., .ane.. Wrt. Gainesville. Fla. reasonable. Pekingese and pnce ; all Oct. 1st. I.o St.toa B.ah Realtor 14O N. OrDe; 8612. "Spe Broker. 6 N. Brown; dial 2-1269. I I rfn.rtor brm f..be New.electric Special price for Immediate sate an-'
two e.er. .. fully at stud. 1809 E. Gsrvln Ave.. Adult only. cialising in Hom... I 82500 .t. Piles occupancy. $6.373 terms. Sam Johnson

ban b.nD e.rlod.. equipped: .I T.tnA.20 A PURPOSE selection GARDEN of tool To1Ao CHIHUAHUA PUPPISAKCiIlured. CMON-To veterans. 2 new 49. Business Rentals BEVERLY SHORES-Beautiful CITY UWJ'lt.. bath.New famlh.4 month Ter.. Runes ush bl.a. Co. 208 S. Msln.
Lne
pl"e. Will trade SN .t Conway Bo.d. mocrD houses. Minne- bedroom home. Garage and c1R cot..e.. 1-3 cash. lt I G.1 Inc.Broker. 677 N. Her.Orangs-
shovel bush hooks posthole 11 3,0. D
Delivery. Clermont. Fla. TeL due.d for
one, Ke. General fork wheelbarrows. Phone 9088. B.el OFFICE SUITE-Or aingle offlc.. Ap quick sale. Broker. Brown: dial 2-161. 1
Orlando. dl".n pith 3477. Broker 531 N. 1.AKZFRONTROMZEfCOME0room
ply North Orange
P. water hoe .pn- COCKER SPAIu.t four little 11 A.enue. Orn'e. 51. CHEROKEE PARK-Lake front frame DUDRE SEO\tt.tU..
SOLAR Complete with klers shears and black 7 room and OFFICE SPACE for rent stenographic
BY8TI pruning lef. for Easter. HOUS&reDe preh ; bungalow. Large sun room and .en-bl' frame 3 '
tank .,4 nttD. ITS. Phone 4530. Lively Lads edgers. leaf rakes fertiliser 1940 Miller ., Park; phone Dubl. Fruit tree. and telephone service. BEVERLY SHORES-For the discriminating screened porch overlooking laSs Pc Attached b. bwnealow. bedroom
SAW- with 8-ln. jointer and distributors. ..rde. seed 902-M. unfurnished. 8125 a Dlckson' 423 S. Oranse. home aeker. we offer Landscaped. .. off er. Heater c.re.lot, also 4-room cottsie. 3 bedroom;
O.ne
3 -1.1 $ New Multiplex Snath h.ndle. Inch hose and DOGS month. Fred N. Aldrich. 27 N. Mill OFFICE SPACE OR this home with 3 bedroom 2 Jones with J. Mos .t. Broker. 1P. I."da.. rear of lot.and Convenient to downtowushopping
schools. Must be
14. soil
New HJ3. Delta Hardware. 220 BAE. .tpp. cUp Informa STORmr full tile baths and the most 132 9. DWph 6977. '' Ttlm.
radial arm saw. 8385 blbb. and HOUBNew Hotel Building. 432 CeDtrl plete com t* settle estate. Shown by *Dpointment -
drill press. 8160. 8179. Phone 2-1841. Hospital. 16OO N. .S.1 Anl.1. at Bnyder's Apply at Hotel Office. A..j entire mo.ra kitchen available. Th* COLLEGE PARK-Furnished bunsa- 13 N._Orante3-4S51;_ en IT. Stimveaa-Statea. MettaU

8AWMXP.r.uh.r No. 5. pra PREPARE FOR TOUR VACATION! DOG POOD. Kibbles and Z-ceidos Store 'In Lkh.r. in-RB Used for the houa. l one of at U. nicest 01 low; 5 rooms. Immeaiate possession. EAST SIDE T Cuss *a- Attractive Bids, Phone 91S9.

IrDd le.. Dial '151. I Marine motl outboard and In- remele and *uppiie*. Orlando LAKE SIDE HOME room Sltep- thing s c16iio. district. OBrlen with S i once. $ Good terms. C. R. Ins cS.1 1 I I large 3-bedroora frame bungalow I
board. 24 up. Correct ca' log Electric 2-2463. Ph 1, 25 Btt. Investment Co Realtor. 610 N. Orange: dial of 1942 .lt.... AntUw'bauf
SPR for farm crave and inboard family 8345 prh. .m.hed. Apply 1907 8. ""hl. W. WuhDt. St. Phone 8513 734. COIC. l.tl.
Pipe rD'bul POX 8tore.rRn2 kitchen. Mo.m. spiciousgrounds. COLLEGE PARK-Real buy to settle oiTfl1" 9th ok no, LAKE FRONT-700 ft. frontage
Plord" i Bppl,C. no. Some real < eauliv- stals. Seven 883. Phone county RK--2 1400 block South approxlmately -
13 W. 8t. P. Inl. I ment a* lone a* they last..Immtdl.t _. 23 W. King St.PVPPIISPucebcsd 116 ask for 1901-M-3. D..loD. ..teltphoD. 69. I estate; 5-room IUDI10.built 1940. I blindS lars closets f.m.c.asbesto .eDI.. 7 acres I'z-atory house
SPORT weight delivery. Castle \ BEVERLY I attached which j I roof .hDal and other buildlncc. Priced for quick
water .ACehs. struction P. B' Co. Eskimo dewormed .- E2-bdro. .oen f.ml.h. SUBURBAN LATIONE.celeDt. : 6 room 8HORIA IOl lo.n could be .ru. .into a bedroom inexpensively I I II.r .ntm. 2-.r ,. !I file. Walter C. Bass. Broker 317 8.

New rpl."t. enrlbl.. cl.n.. .11. .bep.I. ..pln. Pt, ed. October. highway.; : Y.o'I I style and convenience 3.
.tk. CONN *. bed mattress good fishing. Reasonable.Rev. Thriving om I Suitable with Pine; 4641.
85 98 1.0 deposit balance 84 98 CORNE-lita.. reasonable.Bee I females liD OO. Scotch collies females Bus.service Inquire Drug 1 1aort. for barber shop. Nocompetition. I rooms throughout. Built 'D'ciu I Monday- "58. ) EAST SIDE CLOSE

COD. 8am.U Box 138.Cocoa. d..le Sunday at Fair- 815 OO Rat terrier miles 820 00. fe Clarence Grauser. Worth investigating.Will : materals including cla -tJ* roof i CHEROKEE PARK- -. ." .0 1 1 I will handle LVAb.ut $Too5 LAKE KNOWLES BECTIOIf. Winter

P.. villa Cour on 441 HI..,. Mrs. Eva ..Ie 815 OO. Ship C.OD. approval. OO. I[ lease. Reasonable. Ben Rockers I Priced for $2 .900 with terms H. home. I J .r old. CJUlt"h.1"situated In a lovely this a-bedrooni Pirk-Two brand new homes detuned
8A8R JGH Sash balances: Kir Woodville Kennel, owlngs. 8. C. SHorPIG 6JCON-.. 154 Broker. Wilma W.rch 64 14. Court; C. Babcock Jr with Robert R i7pr'.1 bedrooms: 1 54 bah. Owner might close to everythior, neighbor- for comfortable living in one
Smyth PVVPIZS-Smafl i rfrlerUoa_ Pmbhed. 7990. Realtor. 13 ': Washington. take $ te sell It's priced ef Winter Perk's exclusive neighbor
dog at
.uU" crd. 3 VERT Dining room Suite variety. Will 16.5. llte 2.0. Lk $6250. Jsmermn and Carsoc.
Lumber Co. I. '* .*. and Mad b PJ Engllab sell cheap for tood Near bus stop. *.onl,. pt'l WAREHOUSE 211 Butt Street. over Pond. a Realtors, 70 K. Central, Call A.- hoods. Three bedroom two tile bath
Railroad. _ _ Chippendale fl. .fatore. DrexeL 2-3409 or 641 W. lom.. C.I Newly d.ortP. 812 Also ..rehous at 2217 West Washington CRE A AVE1872 Winter Park' Emerick. liD N. Orangg .,'1'. f8usterl Cartec, 5510. ha home oa lane corner lot Other horn
SEWING MACHINE. Sinter portable. in solid I SOUTH EAST SEC'I'ION.-Old. unfurnished Street. Phone 2-3680. 1101"- I dill I two bedrooms. These home are
bYMor.nl. 734.CSK EAST
PERFECTION
ZlectrioCLOSE
Heppl..hlt l.ho..n DOG POODS-Kibbles, I bdrol SIDE See this hou. for Inspection
open
and today
house Good
3 bedroom : quietIskefront you so dr':n
Can b seen a 218 Park Lake .Italian Rennalsanc I'TOmD.Oa granulated puppy fo. biscuits.Chsrcoai on 855. P WANTED- real estate broker. 1 :Ie. I IN-Check this; Dpl. .one I, win appreciate the value a bed by them-1431 and 1431 Temple Di
kienne. It it's auillty and biscuits lto. b. nicely rooms A
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.0'1
pr Box desk 'P.c. also share office tele- bright clean bungalow f1lbed. .a reasonable offer win be and took' them over and see your
OLR Genuine T."lor-To ..coors looking tor. one CereaL One pound to a carload.Brownie's 58.SMI phone. References. Box 575 8Sta. on an oak lined main street Income : to attic $ buy it. Claybaugh. i considered. Pirtly furnished-For In dream home waiting for you Both
89 n. of these should please you. Kennel Shop Mark and AVE 222 E. 4 room and Possibilities of 835 Realtor. Mftcslt Bldg. j spection call Mrs.
.tlen. Stru .eDt ,. AVAILABLE AT so. ft. a week For couple I Fuller with O P home can b* well financed. Rrnwo :
.. 25 J Phone 23163.SAFESmall .F.ltur. Exchange. Sleceur Marnolla.TROPICAL. Ga.. From Maylat I floor space. ONC roof .\ID' t loaf .FOrd. their CLOSE Iplex. Tile roof excellent fT0"* Realtor 60 East Pine. Phone Fredrick. 118 K. Oraag Dial
'enklna and St.Phone to December .hl '
8'Dd 2 1' for Paved 3512. After Office 8188.
B. hours
office: excellent condition. F1B-Ne. shipment of with private railroad siding. Ready Tl. best .ltn :: please call
." 830. Rustle Camp. I 23715.H'S 500. Over .0 ..rete.Aoualum. WIE PARK-3 rooms porch fur I for immediate occupancy. opportunity at only 1.0. Call corner. Talk :1 Real-i] 45Z7

Corner Maitland. _ I Luct and & air pumps and H.r Co Ilh.d modern bungalow. Very i Also-One shed. 60x70. Open tides Daniel with R K.,A.den..o tor. Meclf Bldg. EAST SIDE-Owner out of town must LAKE LANCASTER SECTION Sen

In i Odd .IId pieces up 1 i ter. 138 Rld..o Dr. of Lawrence : couple; man ml'D { I IWmter lot 150x150: pn..t S. Orange, 2-40. CONCORD Section Large eO. Furnished complete. 2-bedroom bungalow. 3 larce' bedroonirat.
R.mo.e -
BJ8u2-.I .Ic I.- thick for making 'e.ttc. SOL
SPA Furniture lb. package delivered..on\l.. Ave. Wlnt.Pak. 1161 B adm! ,. Will CATHERINE ST.-Dandy cottaje;"2 lot. well lult bom FurnlshCOLONIALTOWN bunts!... Tile bath. WeU landscaped; electrIc kitchen. Venetian bt's.:

C."I: I or note C. ch.1. TROPICAL FISH-35e per pair and IJ. I Phone 2-17. bdrom. large screened porch. ed Buy thr. C'Jb.u.1 fruit. 826OO cash balance 63O month basement with hot water heater Ti
SEAT :Complete Box ta. Tttusvtlle.* 1. Ryan up. Aeqnerinms and supplies. C. 2 BEDROOM, furnished house available : 4100 FT. SUITABLE 6TORAGL P.r fUfl.h d. $5:0. 81300 cashl Metc.1 BIde. Owner t Te- ly. 5* money. Roper Realty Co, 2- ls one of the Better Home. 87J5C
COVERS I P. 947 Orange Winter until June 1st. S13O Includlne $40 It Cash 3433. will handle balance
Bil. ; phone la. Home Laundry-Certain types of retail Roper Realty Pdr OP. tlk. esey terms.
95 822 95.
Priced from to I.rk
I tZ ATTENTION. HOMBOWNEo"B utilities. Phone 8077 after 10 I Co, 62 E. Church Courtney Realty Co. 332
stillation free. Orange business-70 I. from busy crossroad : 23433.COLONI4.L -See this completely EDGEWATER HEIGHTS SECTION-3 N. Ortnn,

Concord. F.ta. pining Crest.your Rust Proof steel :: I WIRE HAIR PUPPI weeks old. a m. Monday.- _ I on hard a.1 875. 0.1 9138. DR.. -.t boule furnished lom. on large lo with lane deep lots with small bungalow dial 2-2471.

I' PEA Finest One 4 ROOMS AND BATH-Nice modern yard, soon to be business property. 11 shade tr.. cl stores b. la rear. Ideal spot for a nice horn
SEWING,IACHI1'BS like- r.cl"re- fr'le: Orlando I pcyment.Federal Callus I male black white r''tre.bro.a II.c cunt"home f.ml.he. Just out 50. Wanted to Rent 5-room bungs low. Isrge living room. Around 87000: easily financed. '"Speak and Income. 8630O. Sam Johnson Co.

bult concole. Al 6247 Co. 711 W. Robinson predominating And .utt.DdID, cty JmIU. 795. man tood features Priced to SpIeneLWhitney 8ple RealtyCo. 208 8. Msln. LAKE IVANHOE SECTION
WI.ln. One female an 88000 unfurnished. : j Metcalf ldg.3M69.CLOSE I II
cv,. men .1.ATN brown 5-ROOM HOUSE. partly furnished. APART-r small furnished 88750 esjtors1708 EAST PSCTION-Furnished bungalow
SOUND SYSTEM-amplifiers: I ft. .. and black on .'r. one small black 875 per month. Call house Inrcsr. By April 15th.or I. cash. Roper Realty Co. 62 :' duplex 3 bedroom and sleeping porch. H4 Attractive. odern. tram I roam

adjustable microphones. Reasonable. CNTCR and 'pt on back t.1 Very showy. 725 Putnam St. sooner. Reasonable. Ptrm'D.D\ Church. 23433.COLON1ALTOWNPrame. I within I DCPx Has U bth. Price $10.500. C. R. Emerick buftsalo.Plenty 3 bedrooms ttrasr
PbooeWlnter Park $91.SP Anl.bl. Imm.dl.t S.them at 2312 St. Dries References furnished. month. 2 of closet space: lovely
j rental Income of 8173 a Realtor 618 N. Orange; dill 7348. cl
out E'dALL-Not 89 2t B. 8r. 2-bedroom
delivery or Orange Ave. .ek. I _
to Princeton, moerD. nets la kitchen
condition lJtU.Uoa. Ready to Near
A--re ; Rust for bath tN. go 7 blocks to 'U miles t road. AcrossSpar APARTMENT Or cottage .m.u house with glassed sleeping porch .a.. and 5 lr.e lt I EDGEWATER StmON-Lovely 3- school. Only Prln-e
:
726 1 W. Princeton ce.1 Pof. tle. r I 812.000. Mr. Busch I $11 JOO-lerms 6t"w
Filling! Station. : furnished b refined settled completely furnished Including all buy store home
Ave.BROW klthta AI. fne.t aluminum _ :: 8. Mala. I I of hollow-tile const ruci by appointment onlv. Phone
Sam f"9:
S as you buy.Orlando I UTE-PPIEBatul Cock- FURNISHED COTTAGE on Lake. I No children pt 840 or 10. Box electric kitchen and lo.td on large with t 0 i tton. 2 bedrooms 1 M baths 2-cir S"J> on-8tston. Realtors. 606
Met.calf
pred. color 594 corner lot 7811.____. I tsrste. Bountiful bird -
Home Supply also older a Swimming, fishing, boating. 8t.rAPARTEN 175. trm. A wood noon Bldg.
CASES-New and used. 81.de 711 W. Pder.1 Ave. Phone .C.. I R I. 3 .563 duced Short drive to garage In len N. Or.. COLLEGE PAK Lovely $ rooms throughout. Price 812 SOO. furnished

Alley Booth; phone Show 20271.Case Co.. 116 Reed LOGAN air and hydraulic cylindersand Nareoossee Road. Write Int._Ohio Ave.. St. Cloud. RI 1 .p.rmeDt. rnp- 8612. .Homes.. i and title tuba...th Garage hot water with statlonary I Oet'eve_H. Klttredee. Realtor, 24170.

valve air chucks coolant 41. stale business woman, COLONIAL OARDF7f3-5-roojje he.l EAST SIDE-Neat, clean 5-roora LkE
I Poultry and Supplies TWO FRNISH HOUSES 01 pr.DeDI Nice landscaped yard. IVANHOE Poeket-cise, f
A. Postefl. 165 references. Pls.24245.APARTMENTOrsmall. bungalow. Electric fur- e. : frame home. Water heater. firePlace
Spring
pump large nished
'
\I Us tuIme"t Realty 30 E. home with extra
SINKS all types flat rims. 'Ati. .t.t. ClermoD\ nished. 810 SOO. terms. t.M. KD' Cbu. I-ctr bt: "t
: Paved. .
double aa.cmp.rmeDL ; N W. 3. Ga. BABY CRICKS-.Tuyedo Peed Store. tennis ..Im Eseellent furnished Broker 21747.CANNON Galut 8453. Howard. gtrsre. 86250.I site. Paved street. Best buy In ins
U. 8. for convalescent. 875. $85month. I Broker 306 N. Main. 7325. basacre:
approved tested bust. Young couple. By April 13th. 65.5OO. Buy thru Clay
chrome plated trim.cabinet Cash sinks or t..IU 34. Articles Wanted 906 W. Church Plorl.1 or 7336 Adul.No pets. Winter Gar or Reasonable. Permanent.References MILLS ROAD New ho.a.1 CONCORD AVE. 814 W.-Attention j I| EAST SIDE New house. 2 bedrooms. I baush. Realtor. Metcalf Bide.

Ubb i Freeman. 711 W. Church. BABY CHICKS. U. "8. Pullorium tesU den. ; B. 510 8-Ster. furnished. Box 545 8-Stsr. 5 r.m and b.th Large lot; all broker! Reconditioned. Fur- 'I st'rpevted sleeping porch. Price LAKE VIEW-A-l. Completely TJTnished -
pip fittings vices: ed stock NEW FURNISHED 2 bedroom bun APT. OR HOUSE child paved electricIty WI take house 87500. Hampton. Broker, 531 If. Or- dishes to
AJILol or future Vscsnt. Open afternoon A washer and
STOVE Made breakfast Imedt deOrlandOX.Ce1Stara. a-ld trailer for gst
payment
Ce. l.pl. room r.dl. for most anything '. r ? "*' gaIn,. Electric kitchen. 875 per I want to live with p.rent. 1 or 2 Lane with Herman Pe. '45. Mr. alhed. frame bungalow near Concord ante. 5013. den tools Move la. Lars lot p.d

.t 2-.1' l.pl.12) In"e nils. Fb's. 71 E. Church. Ph. 9386. I 8\ple. ontb-until Oct. 1. Adults only. bedroom Close in. line. N. Orange: 5. .7 i schooL Best kitchen tulpenl EAST-For future value. 4 rooms. street. Restful, clean horn,. We -

.It.. Colonial.bl tU AXES furniture of all kDd .mam.chDP. BABY Winter Park 84-M. Ph. 2-3146. 91 89 BOO. Edith Oliver. O.er. PI bath. 2 screened porch**, breeie- built. Buy on term* thru Claybaugu.
D. anything 8to.wonderinjhjjy CLOSE IN-2 bedroom fireplace and way storage R> ltar. Metfilf Bldg.
room. gas. electric.
0 t Oliver' and FOR -3 room modera APT. OR HOtJSE-Furnlslied. In good
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Prom blood- L :-101
8) CANE. Max Kerrtek .n. Pmltur tested br.deI b. H. Reds. B. ... .. the South aide. I Veteran and wife .a..e. 18.00.. Hampton Broker. Newt decorated hi and out. Priced LAKE FRONT-Beautifully TurnUHed
working eondinaaF Rocks N.
an. Dellhbrhod. 5013.COU.EOE to elL Make
72 W. 8$ Orne. offer. 2628 E-
it
0.1 and Lake WUdmere. J.O. Jeffer- cottage. Electric kitchen
Ideal for private or small sa- Fn. 470. C10"Only 8595 LD'.o. F. baby Perm'DeDt dill Two 3 bed son St.ZA8T Large lot
rase. W* replace heaviei DD watches. Jewelry old per 100. Leghorn Cok.rl 81 95 per Durning. Phone 4349 or 5752. -PAR-"De must sell room LnsN.ar. I" fural.b 87SOO. White Bros, Broken 124 M.

unit. .IU 1 US W cash price. M.Segal. J 100. Positively cripples. 3. HUDL Veteran. 10"11 2-bedroom. 10me.. 0.machine r I COAST-Lansinc Beach; 8pan Mill _
Hole Co. Jeweler. 32 W. Church.FURNITURE Oliver's P. O. FRNISE3 rma b.t. I ihoFumlh.d completely I furnished, modern bunga l leb type. S room and bath
C.nt.1 ton N. Chc. Box 473. Treu- John8n'.. Lke .. I Perma low. You will agree It is the cleanest frtgerator. Garage and laundry room. :; lot: immediate possession. : earner Ocrsn I LANCASTER PARK-When yoa ca
$
canvas WANTED-Any qun FURNISHED 2 bedroom house nent. Call 2-7511. most 1. 0. .Dfu.bpd. 1. ;' front tot buy 5 wen-built modern bungs' w
TARPACUSU C .p.1 de.lrbl. home in the included ill $3 OOO cash
t.te. 8 111. B. G- tt,. When you get ready CHICKS. C.OD. 10 healthy, big sleeping pnh. washing machine.See APT. OR HOUSE with 2 Eler kltcheD hardwood Pal D.. 104 .efen.I Writ Mrs. Vaa Paul. Canaveral la beautiful Lancaster Park sec'.or
br. I
.. 3-O931.- Cochran' Furniture broiler chick 82 Finest speclll after 2 1764 Ave, Permanent reliable.! beautifully .cl 2.114. for 87000. -It's newt. Call me at-

< Rin.. Store. 1015 W. Church.FURMl'URE. assorted S3 93. H 'H Chicks. P.rIn.d.lt. Winter Park.P.I. lal.a. resident 860 limit. In desirableneighborhood. lot b..t. Dust fail I.ade.p cONWAY t&uuN 3 _. I Pta.Ex51 I this real value. Anher peter. Reaiuti

TENTS-.-30x35. a... used stove; ice box**; N. J. I APRIL: 1st-Modern 5-room modern Phone 23453.AP'rEflcenc1.. before yon choose. It's outstanding frame large screened 8m!; I I cor. Central and Main: 2-04.
Brld Co. 11 Sewing m. Call before you CCS Blo..te. B. furnished house newly tmalL and for sal!. below market value. yorches. lane work bO: sarage. I blocks -WsIMne distance ti LAKE VIRGINIA-One of hIs mo -
.eh Pr 8\pl _16 sell. We P'1 Otp. prlcet. SeweilThurmond RdL Rk.Rk N.H 2 bedrooms electric kltb.a.dertt. malaeirployes Jamerson and Carter. Realtors. 70 I 1251 Eaeford Rd. Off : Buniby.Phone : modern tile New 6-room bungalow. valuable locations oa this Iske I.! ,
AU'Dt AY. e conatruction. 3
bedroom I
Prtu C., 72 W. Pine or Rd-RI ( Orange Blossom Trail crossroads : must reasonable. Box E. Central. Phone A. T. (Buster) 23911.CLGE 2 tiled baths. 3- reliable. Solid masonry 3-storr
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St. Dial 85 Heavy assorted 84 9O. turn left 1 mile. turn right I 376 S-Star. b Carter. 9316.COLLEKE PARK'- 'YPEWRID-a.ro old bt Pullets 812. National Hatcheries first house on left. painted 3-bedroom bungalow with good value I Heating plant la basement
on todays I
Ot PARK 3 bedroom frame tr Ne.l market. H. C.
close In. 3 adult Per Babcock
electric .. Pb.A 81.r FJB WANTED-II I.* furniture I.t 1723 88th St.. Phil*, 48. AARTE.. $50. Plea** bungalow glassed-in porch and .but in '.2 2 screened with P.obert "' >fW"Jr. Maids apartment: 2-car tarage boathouse
.pr. .51. iN"rYWI 47. Rooms for Rent phone over tle screened porch excellent condition.Garage. porches tile .ab. I'Dda.pe Waghington. ml' *; reflects sea wan over 200 ft.
TERMOM for roast meat. well buy It. l.te of plck 2-128. Well landxcaped. Immediate -I 7S-ft Jot. 1t. .0 Plenty of room on which to buut a

fat frying. H H o Poultry Co.. 609 W. Church: 4717. BEETS GUEST E. Gore: CAGEtD1rD.hed. 2 or 3 bed possession. $ terms. Jones tor. O.DI. 8112"Specialis- ; larce bungalow: sold anfurnuhed forS33.OOO.
Parrum Hardware. 220 8. X. Church It. men HOUJ. rom. prpertd. let er 7.9. Ins in { EA5l'IDZ-3 bedroom house ia ex- Furniture Tillibl*. C R.Emerick. .
15U
ODe NEW rooms for local .un. with J. Moss 132 | ;
lao I J.3 HAMPSHIRE CHICKS > I I
Phone JIU.TJO weeks old. 20c. Falrrilla Poultry: 2 4 1.1. .ali possession Dc Win 8. M. phone 6977.COU.EGE Brke. CHENEY HIGHWAY Close In: vacant session.ceUeat Large condition. Immediate pea- Realtor, 610 1$. Orange,

WGS.and '._a. or. 4854. Pn.Phone S927. coed. prt.. Juan or Hotel monthly.Room P.714.. PARK-New modern tile 2 bedroom, .-, block plenty of ahade.landscaped Convenient lot to with bug 7348. _ _ _

H H Had.&, 8225 CLOSE IN-500 eoutl Mala. bungalow. Large living room Port I house. Screened porch porte cochere. and (tore*. Price 89750. terms. LAKE FRONT Suburban Country
220 South Phone J-I4. GAS STOVE-Model P-3. old type PUI 0. .1,1.. HOUSEPuml.d. 2 or 3 bd cocnere. Immediate possession. $10.- mol, furnished. Wired for ranse. Jsmerson and Carter. Realtors. 70 estate. 10 acres. 6OO ft. of lake

TRUMPET 645; 9-plece DD Jewel. 4bume .. bum EumeDI Moving. Ravens at: COMFORTABLE ROOM-Twin 875 ,t. Ot Pflt.ll,11.'rDL 000. term Jones with M. J. Moss I 3 acres suitable for trailer E CentraLPhone_ A. T. Carter.. 9316. frontage. Modern 6-room bom Shade
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ce.. G c. I .
Phyfe room suite; er*. J Rancho Or b4 Bt ufer.ae. Ba 513I 13tn. Broker. 132 Ms In. park or tourist cabins. Price reduced and citrus tree Fishing and boating.If
Phone -dlDJ Klsslmmee. beter. aml-pn..t. b.th SSt.r. 69T7.COLONIAL. 8 83OO for "Ull sale. Woe considerlate EAST SIDE-New 1 bedroom frame TOW are Interested in lakefront!,

OLD GOLD W his TRKY8 Ib. 2 lb and .. entrance .10 Jackson HOUSE Ph"l 1 bungalow Hardwood floors at I ctoae la property we will be glad taglv
TPI": complete with tri for old pay best. price 5 H.tha Fair rill St.CATHCART ___ _ I year' rent 2-bdrom.u"furbP. GARDENS In .Ir Ferrel's Store next door o tached tarage. Oa bus Dae. 86OOO. you price and term Worth $l8.-
ItUL Slightly used. For broken dl.mod.. teeth ol .t P.ult"F.r. P. 592.'InUU:1Sprna 342-Double front near firmly" beautiful section of modern. well i owner, 1633 Grande Ave. $1300 down. Balance like rent. Harry I 000 and more .Win! consider a good
bird or general us*. .1.e".r HOUSE or Apt. for Orlando Isndscsned homes we offer a fur- Heath. Broker ia Colonialtowa. .
86O .d, 939 Chapman Berkman Song. 139 N. OrD'.. stock; welhij Lake Eola. Adult or 1.lat.peoplePreferred. I 2 year old daughter. Now or soon.Urgent. fished 8-room home that was builtin CLGEpAn.I';; af slte Vorue Theatre. oppo- I offer. Hermca Goodwia Inc Broker.I
tu Kd.a4 Ph. 7015 8253._ dial 9851 or
Ave.. OFT-ICE MACHINES-We badly Wilder Jr. Turkey .ftr Sam Turner. 5274.MOI7SEMndern '42. Electric appliances. Sun i fireplace I 677 K. Orscg Av* :
in typewriters Farms; phone 6913. COLONIAL DR. 422 K-Double rooK. perch. Large Allen attic I..garage landscapedlot. 6660.
S TABLE LMPeala. 812.95. aH, rcclster Highest adding price.psld.I..hnherr.220 machine TURKEYS-Now taking order for Late froDt. JD private home. Unfurnished. By 2-bdroom permanent or mor Realtor.\ 105.. Orange' fruit trees. Owner la Nor must EAST-Outstanding virue. Two beoV LANCASTER PARK room frame
cl .t Olnd rrDtU eggs and poults. C. D. Orla .ohn. In Home ** sell squickly. We have casshow room. furnUhed home. Electric tile roof, til* bta.
Wilder $ with
and 615 8. Main gsso Jr. CENTRAL AVZ.-1302 East room forentlemsn. do couplt. In or near ." Rent 111 I' bitch bunsaiow
C. 14 Chall. Turkey Farms dial anytime. A real bargain at n. Bhsdy tot and many other frrepire. also central besting, attit
86 873. P. O. Box
THERMOS JUGS-.1-gallon PINE TIMBER-wanted: win buy it 891. .mploJP. per .ek. lot over 119. CLG-E-AR-.au .tlr. 89.250. only cash. Eiclusiv attractive features. Owner going leech living porch that afford

w-V out Wilson Leonard ...IU. or saw it lo,ou Eta Wilson. Ri.PINGNG.tabIPs. I SPECIAL h..D PRC and Why We CLOSE IN sleeping rooms; single or HOUSE 3 bdrm.furie. Apr I Norh. 1U .cfl. eh.nla. listing. Ask fe 1 O. 81t..r with Bar- ;1 north, says "sell it once it 8950 fan*A 5 beautiful lakevicw, garage

1> W.TTLE C.ntrl Phone 2-3187.: 2. Orlando. orde. frol Vrnesuelian double; innersprings; 211 EolaParkwav. 13th. .tthl. .ae. R& built lll el old Shepherd E. Washington Check this now with Pennell. Broker. er>4 laundry A quality home built In193S
for Pen Pedigreed best materials. Excellent Rlt"
Your bath and kitchen in rustproof 2: for Pn Onn.Dt each week from I 8.abl. Box 531 81t.r.HOU& C4tl.. 8 5124 or Sunday 6 W. Church and never before offered toy
you
hr.U *re* .tl.1.Phon. Methodist Church. Ph. 2-28"._ .t..let old Binned Rock hens. our I CK-IN-lnIt. clean; .o neigh or 6-room. 1aue. Immediate Complete fulbl._ .For prtc ana : 443. I I sal*. It I* completely and wi jsualy

SINK AND TPt.d. lr. Win n* with a lot of huh T I In.a.Dt l.a preferred. pn'DeDt rl.ble. reM1bi can Oeorre 1. Asher, I FERNCREEK SECTION-8010 eot- wen furnished Anvoa d .iiis a.
TIE OU CHA.flt.30.foot.' trade used .het roofing Ph cockerels. yon can have at 810-100.. Phone 67. : eull.. I.. Pba. 2-2.. d.t.11 Realtor. 7O E. .IU 2-78, COLLEGE PARK- f :I tg with an convenience Finished home in a quiet and exr'- n jetivn. -

Bumby .ann. 2-262: or wit Rt- 4. Park's West Beach CLOSE fR-Private entrance and HOUSE-or Guarantee Pte. St. frame bungalow with etc t< except for plastering. Call 3-134._ should see thIs at or'-e. Is-
B 11A Mill ;
: 8&d.& .o 1.1 ApI IDre. i makes thIs sal
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Church St. Orlando. I P.. I porch. Share nice kta 41 LaSs good pr, Ph. CL1.'IALTWN.a concrete rag. Nll l.nde.p GRAND AVE -2-bedroom. IncludIng ccua circumstances term itwtnted.
Only 81S.OOO.
TN HOWJ-lnlae or unfur WE BUY used furniture. Can us b BLOODTESTED CHICKS Red-X- Street. 707 San Juan Hol SUDd. t 1 floor. 4 and bath. Price : aU fwrnishlnss. nice equipment). necessary.. Ask for E. Stewart win
.al D.. Pies 11.4 fore selling. Orlando Furniture Rk.RPL RkL UBsP 5.95 CLOSE IN-Double room twin beds.' m. or 2 t S7.SOO. .rm.. Uabn. Brte. 41Roblnoen : can d h.e for 83 OOO c.. d... Price $6000.Ivanhoe Steroid Shepherd Realty C; 29 E.Washmtton .
eomplet N.. 3 Store. 615 W. phone too. semi-private Private'en I HOUSE-Or large E Ave. 2-11. and balance Ik. r1 Bul. O.Frer.k Section 2 bedroom cot St. or 8443.
a.rch bt
Pr 10. phD Ph.lf5.4
fL rm.at
.Id. *, floor f 4. 3:48J3.WE I broilers mlxP per Pr. Leg trance Phone by permanent I = baths and 3 US J. I& all tage; large tot. super location. 85.000. .-
corer.. areD CLOSE IN 2- la Finest taki to
: LAKE BCTLER
"" W ij"oa
< .o.her. PAY highest cash prices for old ,horn Cockerels 8195 per 100. Ship CLOSE IN-815 Double nected with N.tln organization. larce bedrooms. 8100 .r.t 1 ) oi Splendid five
S M.I Orlando.
< and Jour COD. London Ph. Mr. Willis p Sammle Francisco. Realtor room 4 near
lor.li answer diamonds and diamond jewelry in Poultry. Box 1844. hItches _81&
bue .hr.,,. js N. as City Luggage and Trenton 7. N. Z.SENDTAR. 2-r pn.lu. D April 15. 3 bedrooms, month pros owners Term 4ro. 'P.n Central Arcade: phone 74OT._ I room furnished bungalow. Boathouse.
ml for OOO.6e
o toadll. BOWEBy m e..h 566 dork. This Is a boy 813
Point .tttrV" **. .. at Church.CASH By DI 110.Mr. Rood Herman CHEROKEE PARK-A borne of distinction. HARVARD AVE.-McHcre built modern
; re Ba .1'11" O'Det today fo free CLOSE IN- 0 Hlllcrest Avenue. I owner of Orlando mth 1t 2 lars bedrooms H. E. Wheeler with Hiroid Shepherd
paneled
IN ADVANCE for your oranges Ribbon's sere Room .,U For young m.a.CTT B.Ia wie and 11-year-old cld. G.il Inc. Brke. M. prewar frame. 2 bedroom Realty Co. TO E WssitiastanPbome
TOM Cnnlikenew.wlthLoan and grapefruit. Call any time if noanswer blood tested chicks. Blue Ribbon m.a, 875 I.IPh.. Jack HotteL 22 OD.e ..t. bu .board a I,I dining room livln room with flre- St. 8124 or 3-2629. _
615
Maid'
-Room e 2.rae place tiled bath and kitchen sink.
15. 215 from 5. 3-6273 .
Ofl.ee. W b.H.ra"TIREad call ..D.L 2-170. H.tl.o.. Dp\ .. FomU 8t b.t u .fte CLOSE IWDaer.1 1.U ea ter*. Large. well-Planted plat. P- 3 porch**. 60-fU landscaped lot. LAKE FRONT Modem bungalow
,: AU'Dl ."tr.n Preferably ,.at.a CPR"mH3 bedroom lane crr 1 B.uUu furnished nicheS or unfurnished. Shown by $16.500. This find Is exclusive with bull ia 1941. Attached sirase, oca-

118 35 Fuel Oil and Wood CLOSE Df-631 E. Pine Permanent two .blh will pouitment Rob t 8. Huey with Robert I 7'. K. Hastings Realtor Rax. 6, hal heat tIle bath and kitchen cop
AH.N. 12. l.8t oa.TRCYCt.rd" 45. Apartments for'Rent double beds Walking 8LTw resident. Call Ferguson Reinreration. provide you gracious UY. pius aa R' Tyr. Realtor 1 W. Washington !I Central Arcade: 4237. per plumbing. Oak floor 3 screened
DIAL 5118 for In quality e yS2. ".Ua Income. Spa room porch*. Ideal location within
t. town. .n4
fuel oils and service.Orlando APT -1 room furnished except for Reduced r.t. ROOM .. Urge doling room I HARRISON ST.-A chsrmlo Dutch ctty limits. Exclusive wita C P.rhu .
Stores tt .ulll C.mp.o d.Un". kltcPI .tttl and linens. W.1 CLOSE D!-Large comfortable room. APART .al nice kitchen .Itl tile drain electncrefrareratien Colonial home, comfortably fvrniched *>wr. Realtor14* M. Oranse
.a la. 3 1
E. "D1: C. 2 Oranse BI r P..t and entrance. Ph. I..t On. 01 .IU range and washing CONCORD 16V..t"alC and located on one of Or- dial 2-32W.
P. Pha.' 2UI.TO. FUE OIomplt line for h. Trail. b.U Dth o baby. P I. on tehed. lars lai. frO' a, lando's most beautIful streets. 3
26 b.rl prh. Dwar
hn a Serve YOUNG COUPLE- .ch" t. Drh large IJ r. with I bedrooms sos rooca. Hi both*. 2-
br" .t &o. htet.2 tral Florida.- Bledsoe Pe 0 Co. A.rm Electric stave. 'I COLONIAL DR7W.orJ to rent year Praet fun de: two baths. Upstairs his three ...a plc. b.w. large I car tarat Lars landscaped lot. LAKE SILVER-'-"Silver Manor." New

P"e. 2-316 I Winter Park. 2OO. rooms in bedroom house. Box 573 bedroom and These rooms are 1m kth wU range I There is nothing to compar w th snonry construction. 3 bedroom

TRUNK-Wardrobe: good eoodiUoo. FUEL OIL C new for PARTMRNT for working 1. 3 IP. R.nli rates. SMALL refined 8tr.permanently now rented hU.11 per .el P1.ty ..- and l .t h.t. U floor Ibis at S13.3OO. Terms available. 2 Hollywood style tile batta, basovnt. -
Mo me for it. Phone 2-oaoa. K.rD and prp rooms and bt 16 a mot Te A. Within walk- of lu b all f. Alien Johnson. Realtor. I4O N. Orange steam heaUns. 21'ur Uvt&r
an h Phone 4173. CHURCH ST. apl like y ; 8612. -Specializing lo Homes"HILLCREST room with Oregon pajwUlnc. Steel
6O2L McGraw rooms room two
i garage -
O. 2 mg distance town. Ph. 855O. a.
ta .able. Ph E .a e.e"
s CPPE cat. tile guspended Coon.3cac .
CTr. o find thom ia 88.MO .- concrete and
lUoa. .3 R.o. |I Pi 01 Bnl. AARTMJ-Fun 2 rooms. WANTED 2: or 4 bested 'P". It rC snuneroift. many other nenUMihere. fin with term Prank Creba, Real Can you Imagine 8O<-Vacaat a home April beta 1st. sara*. 150 feet Saks frlae .:

HOUTRY P.BRC: redured.S.S.Browa.2911 Out. 37. Fertilisers and Silt bn>mea b.U.. ...u. 172 pecans Belley or- .bl.CE L'-.t ai rams with ette.apartment by elderly couple Nov... This priority produce I ..e t. H We.1 Build-la phone I offered for 85 JOO on a nice reai- overlooking large screened lake.porch Highway and Wed restricted poUo
ue .1., 83 OOO income and I today bet buycompletely Sential street only 2 Mocks from
Art.CE I..t lnorlando.Address: Box Price 832.5OO. H gus4, dIes, -
bdwi buatlos.
: 1'rr 2lnD.CME'
Orange Ave. 5.
8tr. 825 OOO.
at ST.-2-bedreom
J. PEAT Cotonlaltowa. school and bus ervicT
-Delivered any IN Furnished f1n lar
aouDL apartment. 5OI Realtor 3-3176.
& 1$ Kittredse.
V Ac BTIDU:also Hll-- I top : fill Write H. desirable. 2 bedrooms. ELDERLY -Cat4. terms $18 0.a l.l- yeanat I .D..l., owner leaving city 2-bedroom frame ban*slow, Even a
P.rna H.rd..r. 220 I Bray. ll. o. dlr A. 6 months starting M.,. Adult I E-I-bD pndl.p Rea room uurbe. .-. Harold .D. home Price S6.SOO i eewlaMT should see a profit bsthi
South O.. Pb.2-141 I phone B1 10. Lkh.r only.I Phone 3-3553.t morning Inbl.r.lK. fe r1 lower f a permanent Shepherd Realty Co. 2 E. Washington Wl terms. Frank Creb Retltor 1 > property mnk Creb R tlU r.
3IL PhD' : nd.v. 8 961 8-8tar. \Phone 114 5 Me.1 Building, phone 31710I I 307 Metcalf Sufldln phono S-1719. [Continued On KeltlCoot. Pagsl

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ORLANDO. FLORIDA NOR 3-bedroom I.bon- SOUTH 0?. XA pr constructed 6 ACE' mile west Orlando. paved acre COURT-T nnlt Main
o SUUBAN..tr lht
.1" hr going b.that o.r b.spent (21OO.A. lnd. 20 cleared. aPCIO highway. Close In. Famished.
PAGE 1 MARCH 30. 1947 lo.. S t. W. B. Nichol I I to sickness mu' return OPEN HOUSE.-2 t 4 PJU.. 81.". BARGAIN COUNTER Lou of lake .. S6.OOO. term tow county taxes good _1 con.e.D&ar 1-car ro.garage. Paved at room for eipenslea. Price

1 8 W dial Nor Will sell .t fo 12. Mc- Asher Peter. Realtor cor. Ce.ta available. for tree 83850. P. H ca.su Mr. Potter wIth
[Cent from Preeedinr Pare 21619.NORTHEAST. Kel. Broker 6 Priced .SeUIS City Limits Owners Want Offer. and Main: 2-78. 11701 j Mich...B.r.1 A.e.. .a Prk.82. fnt tr 3 W. I| Goodwin. lac.. Broker. 677

Duplex. II I ST. CLOUD-5-room bungalow. BeautIfully ( 000 on term 2015 Gerd 3 room new house for at 240 h AC. FINE DAY land on1 WE HAVE LOTS on Strteon.. Delaney. "A I I Orange Ave. dial 955$.
Terc.
51. Houses for Sale lakevlew property. 'nII I furnished. Venetian blinds. Bungalow furnished: on 75 Plice of O phone..7 and tl@ Lake Devi*. Orwin Manor and f.BAN PROPERTY ea R. R.
ment I well fu. Electric kitchen automatic electric Just Lake h.no. Come ft l S room 1.5.finished. A nice per miles .from dotW 8. other section city including lake I' grove soil:. Idtna. Manufacturing, wartaea
of 3 o I.
I .0 f.r c Itn I water b.tr. Or.e. cement d... if "O .Dt a b..1 Courtney buy at 81.900. 132 .cr.. .pho_Mo 13b Broer. front Priced right. Cavenauch.Realton. ft. frontage n Good investment property
LAKE FN-Wo': attraetiv* meonry raai c 1 ,' 6 tote cre. of Realty. Ph. 4 room cottage for gal today at tow 697. 43O8. t lake noted for 87.5OO. Sam Jebasea C*.
c bungalow; ever It home. 817.5OO. 1822 llth St. Cloud. Fla. price (2.OOO. 2500 ACRE Volusia e.at". PeatJ chicken etc. 8. Msla.
100 It. on the lake: nice ad bot- Mr. II wU Herman Gw Inc..I 2 bedroom block house price now at eJre .1 K. Country Property for Sale wen Woer
It 67 Orange: 95. I SPRING ULKE TERRACE 4 bedrooms $3.2OO. I..s. ( .. wth J. t.e. .tt.. ST. E70O Mock.
Ceta
"I bl' .puh.U at NORTHEAST SECTION-New attraetico and sleeping porch; 2 t N J. 5 rooms and b.t 5 .frm at th. tow price W. 13th. Broker. 132 Main; 11 ter Park 54-W. Duple bungalow tarnished; this

an attractive pre. For fa P.ru 2-bedroom home. Tile bath: bathe oak fuc 2-car fuie. 83.6. of ( phone 6977. CONWAY-Tbia to the original to coned for business, per
lays on W.n Green's Fuel beating; At I rage; n lndl few frame rom. 1.t unfur- ( .duplex b..for good valueat I II Conway area. The .14 five COUNTRY HOw1 location for office sad Stoma.
o fr a cr lt (5.000. King X. I lando, since wIts term Prank Creb
William Realtor. 21 W* ; laundry. Loan available. I ''.0. tr.. B. Nlhol8n Die.. 3 84.500. I rooms and bath The land plot consists i -k
Phone 8106. Price 89800. Ann Goodwin wt, 8'phon 2-111. 8453. 2 br block house. Very nice 3600 ACE ON BAY and facing : of three tote each me..r'';! 8 acres 507 Mttcall Building; phone

Herman Goodwin I Broker. 67 ..I.e 86. Ara..n well 519x130'. There to a garage and a ;land (6750 .trl
Av. For other "*. C. TJ. Taylor. several .elP. dltt small boas aable Broker. 12 S. W.la
LAKJC fishing : __ I TOURIST .HOME.-Beautiful 10-room "Ithln as a
FN-1. On.OCEAN finest I horns. 2 baths. Lane OPEN SUNDAY. 2 t 5 JO Broker. : N. Orange. 5644 .1 timber Owner w.nt ofe. M. 3.Moss. I 8 bearing citrus tree*, -: t.rd I II I II PARK-lacom* property?
btD. AU t1he JN- t Just acreage with 1 = Near Lake I 22183. shade. Sc for ..rdef Deep well NEAR FLORIDA of SUM owner says sell my
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8.Ie.t.D 81. W. 1 Un"n north oe.a of the Daytona Beach line. Apopka. 115.500. ': White Bro I 1311 Illinois. Everyone has-been ad- Phone W= i Wit .b.lo.well with ground 16 building with apartment above

Brker. pf E..tr 4:95. All masonry construction U roof. 824 N. Mills: 2-1688. mmt pretty new b..lo. iI I pump. Price 160. McNutt- f 10 acres cleared. BO old |I I class building In an excellent to-
On the first floor there .r large WINTER PARK LAKEFRONTS I I ". w. are authorized I He..leJ. R.lor 15 .. I 5 grapefrait. 4 ion could not re-produce the
dining by Northern owner offer it 51-1. Lake ; I Nice building site. for the price yoncaa Put.
Exceptional living room with t County Property 51 10.I
HOMI each in Polk
LAKX freplae. Three properties
I Ij '
FN kitchen anda nceltona for sale. For det.11 call O'HarraMoore. 21.0 ACRE mIllion COUDtJ. Ap I it today. For detail. see Mart
beautiful lake $
: rm on one
h lo.ton lr.e. well-paTed rom. powder room. o t. and of enjoying Winter..nUln' frnt.e. R.ltr ; 109 E Fine. EUSTIS-MOUNT DORA Road. Very Fenced and fenced.fet tibr. COUNTRY PROPERTY "8 I a c* 'j Alto: 15 acre hIgh : *. Realtor. 21 W. Washing- (
rt. cO I IGrn. I I
section; bro living room dlnbil floor ter are 1. The most rk.b : of the 'I I nice new cement block home Improved lease89 4.cr sere i i I 111.Pr Country Homes. Citrus ft. oa road across I I St. Pboa* 8106 .
room extra-large til* b.t. bedrooms with connecting has five bedrooms four ficiency 4 rol and b.th 8515 pr-I T@r. Stripling with M.lI Moss Lake Frat ask Asher erty. 815.000 ft good
aD-tile a extra-lane and a nursery. Basement t setting. b.t W. J. T..r Broker. 132 S. Main. Peter. known* 115 h.1 ... Mr. I I
b.t. phone
r b.t. of the finest automatic m..Dlen' FOR SALE in the beautiful City of 1th. R.lt.He prlbb1 I 1 I OR SELL Small income
front prl .. KnDe h burning maids $> PI.1 I St. Cloud. Three moe. homes ES New cement block home on f'7. Corner CrDta Ka_ 4 Bln. R.lto. I I I property. 2 apartmeate on lake
brz".J. 20a 01 with fua. ofstorage 2. to an eu.pton.DJ mplt ..t and I St. Priced to sell $5.OOO OO. NEARLY 5 ACRES on bl.b CURRY FORDROAD. Near-S-room il. aaady beeca. Let SOx35O ft,
re.dJ for laundry; "..rtn b.U a plDt" be I' house ,It 4 frle. Prices reuse from W. J. Kistler. Realtor. T.y.r.Fla.EUSTIS way about 5 miles p.e .. unfurnished frame house; 20 acres mIles treat Orlando on Winter
'aner Ere .tm.Ue water rom or unfurnished.The e. bathe for family and e.a appropriate 86.3OO t 812.S.S W. K. Hett.- do. This to an unusually pretty tract heavy and fenced. Road. Good location for beer
fo I'I'h.d space and er. St. -6 room and bath close In I with iota of 11. meUJ. .1.r Business and
ktco price Is $30.OOO Exclusive. f.chtfor pbon pretty pine tree* A real Price 11.0 bl.n 51 Po Will trade for email car
special ventilation system .t" Atwood.unue household staff Price 1.0. 7385 for appointment.YOU I .lb little ID..tment could be value at.8495OO and terms of 81OO good terms. Mr. cu. rash. Box 666. Apopka.
large closets; macniflcent I' Te..I. 3. The last of our of Into I, Tlid wt. W.tI HOUSE I
a down and 815 month !
.1 145 N. Main
of from living room picture win ;' gi7 W.1 8tret DJD. ler.la t most per FIND THE GIW. will find i J. Klstler d.pll.. 16.0 0.W. Broker. 64 E. I tOi. ; : APART".. NORTH--100 ft. frontage. 600
the bom T..r r .
dow. and can fi ORWIN MANOR New fet It four McKemi. Broker. P. I C.ntra WCKele".1 I ONWA5ECON-I0 acres Ju large rooms nicely I deep to ton sand bottom lake.
Pe 81'.0. b
. Wor.rJ with .a.Myers. completed. 2 bom R.ltr'l the b.t a and.a p.de bm rm. 1 8. W.I Phone 217.BY EUSTIS livable-Nk lo.t. .extremely I 53-1.' and I 1 b.Ut small lake. Or'* going Berth: must eU. Inquire
house 5 Rnebe 1 Maltlaad.
8L carace; .pl decorated dlUDI.lbe OWNE bedroom well con 1. atn; ..Needs paint. Automatic eleetrie able 823 Service Stattoa. _
and 2 large I'
ducts ; kitchen dignified In its Ne. J.lnd- One-half block from rooms 1.t laleDt RANCH LAND-8.000 acres fenced water system .rrie. chicken B. Realtor. EXCiXLENT Orange Avesqo
.a ;
Iotl7, 10 DY
Installed; attic fan insulated simplicity. We regard Mark St. school. Phone 2-3111. ard eltra t. bouses pastures P few
of the
Thiif property to borders on Johns River approxImately I r I (class in* also two
This I different and prc$ of our soundest values. Price PICK UPS-New S room 9 St. Considerable timber tive sou. Price reduced t* $c; Railroad frontage cite
LK OL IEOM-WDt M.rof'j 831.5.For cnret I equipped with excellent fur- Hucket-O'Neak 118 E. *.PARTMFIrT-Close j
fuJ
C. of
: bom a Er.. 7348. dett with showings O'Harra-Moore.DD. bungalow. With 2 .of Priced to sell 1050000. some muck. native grass. come buildIng inson: dial Rp.I.r I from Olsnce. WeD IeDt |' the City bv Just been listed with
galow with hardwood fn steel I land. 83750 term Mr. Fellabaum Sie Allen with W. J. and equipment U fact a mine 2.375. Income See Fred Reese with O Harra-
casement windows. NI. port ORWI WO&Woer in every E. PD. .Phone 2-O836 or NW Winter with A. T. Dorsey 4412. H. KlUer.n..r. concern. Price (10 per cre. I' pvr- I COLORED PROPERTY-5-room furnished UO. Reslton for detail. 3-0836.

and .4 r 1 107x140 t with OPEN HOUSE 2 to 4 P.M.-We Invite I LAKE P. char 1 desire i.ala buy 5OO or I I, IUD..lo. on 2 acre sood tr. Blnt. I X. Pine. _______________
well .. for summer I AVE.. CU DITIC-hor rsnch. A. land. ( 2-room furnishednouze I .
.h.de on A bath a Cl P.U WODWA 161 our inspection of this NewBetterThanAverage. 600 head of cattle now en |. 2.8. Al APARTE HOUSE COURT sits St.-
real for 88.5. Barlow a.Fredrick. living .r... with bu .nl. entirely ct.n.e frl lke.. r C. McNurlen Auctioneer and Broker.Umatilla. ... 81. Slay WInter Park. 150x270 ft.
different t. soil for ta
i
lot. I ITob6 I Realtor. 32 E. Pine : I
IK N. Or.n. Dial 8188. laundry trays. Spacious corner a VaDL UDvD1. 3 love 5-room bu..lo. Seeing you will .room for chickens citrus Fla. Phone 2'81. : I furnishedIncome tot. New bedroom block
Clyde McKeazM. Broker. 1 8. Mala bdom l.t ad b.l. Many believe. It Highway den this for Walter W. ACRIN-2a miles from Orlando. CURRY FORD ROAD-10 acres all i Can be Increased t$ ..: Inquire 130 K. Orlando Av*.
LAKEFRONT 2-71. fr.tue. you De a 3bedroom just .Ut 81nll of CeDeJ near the BaJ Co. 49 15.0.. Ave. .r-I Very accessible. 5 miles on under cultivation. Fenced. 0 Winter Park c t I Park.
BU S-o Hi 10. .
lce .
urn home p.r t.r tieplc. ORWIN MANOR SECTION Into t 1 It Price. imajo attn W.th the ma Manor office 3356 N. Orange A.e. St. Johns River. Some Improved farming 1.04. Fine for chickens. Co. (12.500. LOCATION for warehouse. ACt
I 813. .It trm. P.n Call .fq 200 cattle saddle barn. 5-room cot monthly out of
completely
cmfor.ble .a front-
la. KrD fv 2o 507 B.r wtb R.1 t a 8 room p.tur. hr G 1121 350 ft. by 550 ft.
beautiful' shrubbery bom. Ian Ceb. I' tate 29 8. iOtEHu equipment. One tage. Khol HuckelONeal. Brker. 3
prd on 1' I I' I 2-1710. AnDcJ. : 41.1 extra I tr.ctor f.r mUloR .. 145.. Gle, OB hard surfaced road within
fruit garden $8500 00. toiplegel" pone can Winter pine timber. ; : W.ltDd dnrtrtet.
te aDd E..UJ fnacSp.k 2-48. Afu hour f. Pb.blJ of OrlandO business
teach. 3 8. of Orlando 6300. ; 8p\.el Co.Realtors. I WI PARK AVE 2-bedroom. 105. good construction: Oak floors: 2 bed best ranch In actual Cial 2-3753. _ Winter Pak O location for warebooa
By Owner. Box 581 .. 2-3269. I furnished roms nice kl\heD. Has never been market. Ask Asher Peter. evening. Low
and going. factory.
bUD.I" .
8t.r.L 0 Wet.1 In. commercial possession. A. C.McNurlen. tO.J. mYFARM-omplt Plant or
CYSTA AVE. room and ,' aed. .- rp.ln but at OUT lO.UOD.HOMo 2 partly Iel.t. R..ltr. cor. C.Dtra and Main; .r. If pUI.re. 7 in APARTMENT HOUSE ) for quirk aale. Term to reliable
price offered yon to doth broms b.t. Brke. Um.t. 1. I 16 fine Jersey cows. Culver Ooloea. Broker.
.t O.r. 83. U. L- I. Phone 2181. 2-746 D Northeast A.
Bn
he.
tier .Ita Henry Broker. ORWIN MANOR yourself. Lot 75x105. Price. terms. Hlnton._70110. 112.5..o :: p-Je cottage barn deep For H. Orlando Ave (near Maitland
Main 1 8 with easy terms. Frank Crebs R.ltor. PUTY FARM 2 acres. flnJ 5Lts for Sale ElecnclJ. Lane tion .tm. C. ). Winter Park. Open San,

LAKB 210. 3-bedroom. 'possession.Eight Realtor. 507 Metcalf Building. Phone HOUSE-2. large lots. Have toleav : 101 aDc..de. sold .: 8. Orange A.e.. phone Mea. evening._ _ _
FN Woern Iet 2-110. on .hor notice must aU assorted it.r@.r' house. BUILDING your I.It I I AU Mr.
LTle tOe .r.tlJ. fo 812.3. LD. GOOD INVESTMENT Comer
8.t rf. floor 83 2SO. East of Andrns Ave. 8 a prodne- APARTMENT HOUSE
has .
110 ft. road ... runningback room stucco bu..lo-.e WINTER PA-T. financing p.lt I I now .Ith Her.a IDC. I I of 6 bedroom for a Oartt
to Close stores, biu living room extra : all been for GI loan ON LAKX-A lovely country home. equipped with poul Country Club section. Lot in 677 Orange; 9855. _ I furnlbe. Near apartment. Cheap. Owner
and d er
I kitchen. no red tape-. Just finished cement electric kitchen parity furnished. tr. and In good 1..Unn. $9.50000. all sizes Close bus and i 4 I In
C.' Snumway, Realtor well appointed t "hol FARM AND HOME-20 acre .A .
: rom. oil 2 1 1V J. Klstler. Realtor. Fl* Cash or roln Due to of j t -
; ; looms, den. corner tile eo tcUoa eleul.tn brom. no. down b&th.P.1 I T..I. stores. Pied re..n.blJ. oak and pine land. eh.n.
ea pr B..ttu I Ranchea. Farms
2-326. lot. 2 car .Itb heater tl In 1 bearin fruit r.mphr 2 BEDROOM anfurle home ta terma. Br. : Main; dial cleared: partly fenced.8m.1 pra ta sell oae. This -
LANCASTER PARK-Beautiful rlew. .r. cluded. 2 lovely large road. 15 for '. 7559. T.o price to very and aneeaipped. Motel
choice Itoa 2 story brick tile ment above. Pre 822.500. unfurnished screened-in living porch a :::;a I P.e. BuJ It th mID.t.C'Jb.u.1 ( E..tt month. Thi is a 1..d.t.0 BUSINESS LOTS la College Park buildings: deep Electricity well: small available.lake; McElbeny for : |I *. Hotels. Gas.StatIons Store
well 82. fu growing attn *. Rome etc.-outstanding val-
Nicely X. Washington. Dial -
etra but b* proud toown. R.ltor. Vet..II vestment! S B.r Mon a growing business A Suitable with building on
w dItrct fIe
sis price
furnished. Venetian Great variety purpose.
ll. llvincroom. HaD Bros.. 112 .. term you can .ford. BY LAKE CONCORD Eustis. Investment or a Leonard Cor- |I Tom.
sun til. AeneJ. R.ltor 18.4 \ DRI Et.t. P. I'bvID@ each 10 acres. .to tocal list*. C. L. Brady. Strout
fpla. Orange PrDk Realtor. 807 West Colonial. .. home at Uma tion. Only liberal terms. (300 cash and .
Floor. arranged.Kitchen Te 111. eb 4 ROM FISH 81.5 nero Price. 826. 3181 W. Colonial Dr.. Or
with r.. ac. .. Ph.ne 2-1710. landscaped. 2 bedrooms den tiled F.. refrigerator.water Tnelma with Carrican move In. with Herman AART I Fla. Pbon: 2-1378. Streut
aok plenty WINTER PARK-Here is one of the bath. : big cedar closet. he.te. and .to... Full bath. Bolsnd. Inc, 672 N. Orange; phone Goodwin. Inc, Broker. (71 N. Orange I ea price of Catalog-Over 25OO bargains.
room
cbtt 1.ld nice wt bt. Op ORLO BRiGHTS-NIce 6-room Dir small home Infrequently of- room modern kitchen equipment Lot 0 condition Immed 24551.BEVERLY. dial 9855.yearold I room rt.rn for Mailed free. Tell us
.t& tile cd.rclt VITA Priced In Winter Park; with 2 bed Included. Extra half l.tl Oak noon late 85.24O. SHORES-Build your new HOME AND miles .p.rmDt yea waat Where f When? Price
ace b.t Crnr wdo"* hOU. aurle of rea I rom ample living porch .P. throughout. porch. oil terms. See Harry E..Morse a Co. home amid the new homes in this from center GRVETr.cr. 12- I. RI-Wcl Rltr 700 ? W* will try to save yea Time-

.tl rof. Rd
T L' .
I FUJ maid or for lessthsn on priced. Orlando -going ,. frDte 318 BY W.
.DUn a pleasant borne. which I .lt .tr. past Tea roI. Al. tl. D.a Umatilla. Irder. and additional apartment 'f through to Streut Realty. S
Johnson CO. 208 8.11. Station. I Price '1.70. O'H.r.-Wor $ 0. M. 1tl AcE water I.k. T.o places" Don't delsy. Walter W. Rosemv. $45 per Your rh.ne to M building Dr, Orlando. Pla.-Phone
ter. Kn. cl.r
.. buncalow. R.ltn. 1. Pne. Phone 2-3. Broker. 12 1.11 phone 697. lakes yards. Good 6 room Co. 49 N. Orange A.e. Oln cure mont.. grove and Income property house panies.and "pplJ : Streat Sell*! List Yean New!

LKI 8Usr-rle room ORWIN MANOR Brand new bom. WI PARK-Unusual opportun AT EDGE OF TOWInl lane bouse. Several chicken bouses. 0.. Manor office. 3356 N. Orange A. for $14 SOO. See Mr. Folsom with thi*. Priced right. OWNER-Twe 3-bedroom bouse
; gas
L.. Ian 2 bedroom, living room alcove I purchase 1.1 2-bedroom room and P.re' .and double carace. 275 ctrl 're s. alto BUSINESS Colonial. Karold Shepherd Realty Co. 20 X. 1317 oUch ft. highway frontage ever T
equipped LT- I
Ni fro' d. home east Tile floors.baseboards has yon buy In A home St. Phone 5124. R.ltr.
smsU trees Washington
porch beautiful large kitchen garage f.ralshl. t.J.AU 2.0 Just east Crk 1OO ft. la all. Good Income Sen all or
lot. Swimming besting l.k notch hot .. b.t About and drain boards. All and an Investment; price $11.WO. A. front. 500. C. R. Realtor. I Dptdia Ph. Winter Park. 55493.llehanged. .
.n flln. h.t. .4. I electric kitchen. Duotbenn beater. corner lota. 1 car garage with c.m.nt"rl.e..J. and Auctioneer.Umatilla. BAR PACOE
Special price for (825 Initial cash vet C. McNurlen. Brk.r 610 N. Orange Ave. dial 7348. HOME AND POULTRY FARM. Furnished -I I A
imeit ale. a. new. Corner tot. nicely Mr. with Fla. Phone 2181. Also have blok
Co. eran; about ( for PaU 18.0.. Bueh. CHENEY HIWAY-New route. 2 lots home with 2 brom 2 bar .
16 aoa-ntra with S. Main. 7811. room
5 ture Sm .ohl and grassed. Garage
I
and balance lDd .Huthln. 20 six 5' business lot II O".Ua at little Lake 60x135 each. screened porches and .lePlnl p.r.t Additional '
W.I Ik. rnt & faculties. For quick sale lots. B.roa
TAKE YOUR CHOICE Two of 81.50O I but needs fewrepairs .
Realtor ludr bt Pl.e f.r .1 Nicholson.CENTRAL The house to sound a License VIEW COTTAGE Good eeoclee
LOCKBART and 1 famIlyfurnished Mor.r" "It Jo fur
-Duplex at completely .14
.
price ter built homes. still coincup Lane poultry nr.
1.6. and painting.
11.0. ter. BUILDING 2 Orlando. Trade for
aprt ctt. Bath. 2 Wu.D 8L nlhe or 110.6 nnfurnished. E- ) ov* in. Lake section Choice WATRIAL Iite scarce! But AVE. E.-81OOO. 10nlJ tot. :I hou end concrete floor for Iluor Ic.de. ". Ph. 33O6 er P. OBox country 612.
Caine. run C. 348 close to senior high Vee
hou. .n I w. Dte. R.ltr. psved. Can Its this house was before OPAwent ahel. one. 5 of fine land on
Orange pecan ".8. Pi 23134week POMONA PARK-New room home. A.. ._. Wttr F.rk 173 or bsufh. Realtor. 561.Bldg. C.- off and you lult.e the differ Van. Hoten with. Clyde McKeuxie. 1 State Highway. 20.re.large fruit tree. Location fronting only 4 500 OR EXCHANGE Well
day. Mavens, cement block cDctlo Water. termite proof p Main 24775.COLLEGE shade and shrubs. Immediate posses modern poultry farm near

LAKEFRONT-Suburban to Winter Electricity. On. blok 8. 17. : W PA-Woer 2-bedroom SPECIAL VALTESrooms.. built. A.mann. Florida living: sion83.750.. Hsrlow G. Fredrick. IK town Orlando. Price 4308.IKIN.42 with equipment for 10400
Park. See this newly- 1.0 Carl Link Pomona P.rk I fon. nicely furnished: 21.tb. beautiful high J..r overlooking clear PARK-Near school and I N. Orange. Dial 188. naush. R.ltn. *. Modern 5-room borne ten
beutu eltri : blocks house other building and land
remodelled bungalow U acres equipped and fure. Corner lake on bard road In finest section. stores on paved street with all im
of lake front and flno "IPI" o PARK LAKE SECTION- new. Don't let someone klthef Five airy rooms screened porch c.. provements. Lot 100x136. 82.20. smallfurnished bedroom guest h. farming. A home and financial
citrus fruit for home UM. to. fin Nice At for 88.000. Only 83.000 cash.W.J re Clo.tIt.mHeed porte. utility room with laundry fireplace Hsrlow O. Fredrick. 118 H. HOME AND GROVEWit ft. ture. but Will exchang for nice

baskets you Ilk* .send Nor H cndtof; bu.' 3 block to Colonlaltown. ..Ir. T. K. Hastings Re.ltr. a 5-room bungalow. Spe gas heat aph.l tile floors. Dial 8188.COCOA road .rDtl. ctt..e.. 600 small niontb. Large lt ( home in good section of
house 1* ttful fireplace a 3ldO 1etoryresidence 6 Arcade; 4237. In living room. 1947 style kitchen fU.lt" throughout. chicken runs. If Ln. Immediatelycrop 81.0.ruh T. I Owner. Box 841 8-8tar.
cl. Fie
& kitchen. the exceedingly central heat Only a moderate payment: Ile Ar.d. For Roanoke. Virginia
.oer plae. : outdoor ft. lots only 4OOft win go with ". $OOO.
Price Can Bumpier convenient. Very cheery WT PA-Wa but Deri .r balance per month much than BEC-l0 of similar value. 89.8OO. 814
810.5. kth 2o.r garage. C. B. terms. Kins. Realty. 30 .. ChurchSt.
with O'H.rWo.R.ltr 2-2 en d.ndJ Kr porch. loa bath; brick near. cott. and C t rent and you Increase Jour equity Realtor. o..a.. 83o. D.1. 8435. Concord. A neat 1942 complete
-109 PDe. I .. tt nice with City bus. .tre Beautiful lakefront Main with each payment. From Intersection 10 CLOSE TJ*-Gnrst bungalow Edith X." Oliver,
LAKE BUTLXR masonry anything offered Orlando at j the might be too 8 to.J-moro. house furnished. nt.t. fur- Mt. Dora go north on old COLLEGE PARK-Lot 50x145. Clone LAKE JESSUP-Good 1-rol r.rn- home. Yoa will Ph. 2-1O68.
ReD' price. 611.OOO. terms. Asher Peter. I.t Plc. 84.0.1.5 Enstls Road to Lake Gertrude and In. paved street. 695. Call 6770 ed residence fruit .- lDd. here the very
3Idom cash, balance alahe. Stabler. 100 citrus we h..e SALE OR TRADE Owner of
eouteta PU .ttn.he.t Realtor .. Central and W.t with 3. P. 85. 145 N. Main; tre.. 35 ft. lake 'roDt.b.r. continue to new home with sale ICf Mond.Y.COLE artesian well eletrctJ.. sweet and beautiful unit apartment house In East
bt b.utU
&O. fishing. (6 OOO
attached ii D. D. Bro. .ner. Phone on We 1t a .
New
2-18. Jersey and five
.I aound. I .I PARK- Dr erJ. I. 86.0 a room short
an PARK bedroom
: home. Dora Broker. 132 8. phone
W M.II 697. step
r.*. DUhtu I.UOD but PRINCETON COURT-Owner t. among- the lake*. Beat 282. BetweD E.ew.tr. frm at Asbary Park win ex
M. 8. ferred and compelled to sell lo.td Above properties are priced sen. Westmoreland Dr. 89. LAKEFRONT ft. on lake. 38 a location you w for suItable property In Or
b apprel.t. the 81100 Box .
Vergows. R.ltr. Jt ChurchSt. modern. 2-bedroom tram buncalow.Oil .. IQJ 8-Star..ruDd rang Call at once for details Or.l 5%. Groves for Sale CONWAY SECTION-10 Just acres. 36 Parson Bro.D and tangerine you must t lake County of South Telusla
Phon* fan for sum- :92 von Schiller. Realtor. 7186. off Highway. Well are- *. ..old. Country home I Trd with .. Value tit.OOO and 812.OOO
almost new hUn.ntm. .ttl Blindsthroughout W PARK-Ford Home at 231 CASEBEY-*. Lakevlew. I.Ut electric with 6 room Hard road About Realtor. 14 N. Main Call Miss O'Harra. Real
LK FN- .er VeDU.a Let us build for through hou. Ne. p.lnt A.tom.Uc miles west. Price reduced to 811.500.
8JI9n 2-O836. .
beautiful flower For Bown.rd NICE LITTLE HOME New frame 0 boelt. Te. w.tr .ntm. Bre. chicken at 109 X. Pin*
5r.Cross ventilation.pl.t B.uWI. Inspection and full particulars see Jo.r Ol.n". D. Dphone three large rooms and bath front free& ". 783. bo... put.re. dtr. productive Would accept city home en tr.e.. '
wdo. Spacious Oeo. P. Bras Realty Co. 19 X. Central 2-81. and back prh. Not albrn Ferneries.HOWXY.fl6THZHII.LSGroe.. soil. Price reduced to 870. Huc- C. R EmerKk. Re.ltr. 610 COMMERCIAL LOT- Real Estate Wanted
fulh. fireplace Av*. Phone 2-3155. WINTER PARK-1707 Miller Ave. 1.lde. flbb .It flDe kel-O'Neal. Realtors 118 Rbi dial ::4 I I Railroad Siding .

floor furnace: tile \tC a I PINE CASTLE 2-tenement house: New concrete block bungalow. 3 money. Near bus "orl. .e son: dial 23753.DELANETST.SECTIONI.Ota. LAKX FRONT- acre of high land Ideal for any Ilne. ON NEW CHBNEt High

You \l I, upper has 4 -and lowerS room bath front screened porch.Completely bus. 2 tote 81.835, George Oe Ideal for eltm Also 2bedroombouse I I 'In Outside city limit For small
bttr.
ltt
ecptn and r n..I"bU. furnished. 81.5OO down King. Oe. Ph. 1401 W. of those top-notch groves \ t blocks to build your home. ( ..It. surrounded by beautiful oak I James Beat. Bear and subdividing. State price.
no.300. \ f. out new bathroom balance 830 month. B after -JO \ seldom for al at any price. Bt good terms. Roper Realty Co. 2-3433. and pines. Only 8JOO0 Richard H. IN Guest 999 8-etar.
.ll .
Call Hart with Veterans' Real Z.t equipment; 8 blob from school pm.WEOTMORELAND NEW CEN BLOCK-3 through cr.mlDC.you DUBSDRKAD COUNTRY CLUB section Kasaro. Realtor. 672 N. Orange. 2 CI broma 2 l.th.Oriaad&U. LMTTNOeJ WANTED-We
Agency. 29 8. C.r dial church and .: on bus line t DR.-2O04 8. ( cl I paved road bro. be the happy for -large tots tow as 495. easy O99O. O.rl. .prent them! Prom ten acre up. Soar
After Hours call Wiatr Park 1305-J. Orlando; 1 bearing orange room completely furnished eJr line school .tr. not quite only 16.5.Trade with 8..14. L.1. Pay monthly. Have tot paid LAKE FRONT-Have 2 located on 2-O672. det.l. stock preferred. Call Mr. AUsop
LONG ST.-1329 W. Just W. loaded wt fruit. Move In at one shingled and construction: no rp.l. finished Inside. ,4 I. Ratr. 143 N. tr..heD building matersaisbecomeavailable. Hwy. 17-92. O. for $6.OOO cash O'Rarra-Moore. Realtor 3-O836.
Blossom Priced for Oa.. and h. income from .nt needed: bus stop: nice I..areL yourself save money. fl I. Property In this high class the other for .0. In c.1 balanc CELY K. Pin.. -

sale. Tr sleeping porch .p.rm@D'. Price 1 800. Ph. WTNDERMERE Dock; 83.265. tr. George King.owner. section to bound to Increase r.p.dlJ 1. 2. 3 "e.r. b..tl. ground floor space. Ust
and Painters carpenters Lkeroat Ph. W. Washington. road in value. Buy ahead Nice for tourist F. Iras Can D.
carac .a sand beach; a.doul .ound. One 28. 1.1 NE CMON- today _. H Blk long oa your property with aggressive
putting It In first el edltt of the most b.utUu. Lake 8ACICJ owner. $S.O oj b e.etkD. 1.re lake. I nrrea se. We have some beautifullarge Re.lor. Ln. ph. 21. )h..d@r Arcade *' Cnenault Jeanla. la*.
now. Immediate lbr" PRTNCETOH AT*. W. (2 Butler. New home. 3 bedroom bU..lo", small grove. 15 Proven ..r.pL .cre.. or- tote right on the coif. course. LFN MOME-Eztraordinaryl! LAST HOTEL N. Orange Av*. Phone 7234.
term Ches. Magruder. Ph. *; 2Vk b.t many extras. (16.OOO .- bearing ""age*. Garage: screen ranges 1"en .14. 2.t Water l.ht. gas and bus available.Paved. reldeDc. other fin CAST .
Open lo from J until S cash terms. Will accept porch; 2 bedrooms: tub and shower. modern re.lden. Its ideal for good C.r .n a Boland. O.ner building 8 l.th; landscaped acre*. t* date In T WANTED-W* bav prosPects
p.m. lpo furnished brick well located city home on down payment SmIDI. Ave. in Goldenrod suburb living la plus income. 825.OOO. .- 672 N. Orange. C.r..a Bid* ; Dial 2-651. Albr Rablch. Brke.NORTESTNea Price with furniture modem 6 and 6-room borne
bouse to for sale can Allen
typo bungalow. Lot 150x135 ft. Price New business requirements necessitates Park. 2d. house. favorable term Asher Peter 2-4551: @nlnn. 2-2534. year
reduced Wiltr new Cross Coun 889.500: cash .
lun Realtor. 14O N.
LK FN-RmIU. ._. Central and .84 I Orange:
for quick aale. Come out and .OI.ao... Call owner ATN- Loans ERA O- R.ltr. cr. Ka EST flIDS-Resi deuces nd bulDe. with 5-room ranged at 5% ': "SpeUalistn* la Homes."
tile bath I ton KnD porches inspect Jt Be* BIU Squire onpremises 2-8: new 2-786. Iot 6 and 10 acre \r.ct. Cheek unfinished house. Citrus trees. 83.3OO. Broker. .
one overlooking 20a... Oeo. P. Bras Rat Co.. WINTER n.ne.. B. moer ONE MAN GROVE. Winter Garden "It A. one. Con- Brocer; Vernon and 2:0W OR I
PAK-NllJ fulhe.b.t. 211 Grich Wt GUEST
with empl.t 19 X. Central Are. From p.JeDt. aUon. for someone .ntl. Road. WANTED W* bv proV
out
.n.at. .u.rr. hou. Par- .J Mii.OVIE Park. Fifteen
rent 88 dowf for 2. 3 and 4-ueniuoim*
with : almost new; near high Real .ctnt7. O.ne PO.
T.S .prp rlb 36 E. ; Bl HOLDEN connecting bide- sible ..
PDe la good location
BGH&2 Call B.
SEION-B.uttv aeten W.
erty for dlarla.t ppl. I school; 510.500. Call owner. 725M.WDCItR FRAME SECTION A very tots. Clear title. mile I or .
WIERR .
.. HOUSE2 story. Good loca > ecl .c. Realtor. 3-1619; 14 8.
variety O PARK lAKE SECTION-Beautifully PARK house tion. I .pt acres in t.ct 38 Phone 6019.HOMECES. winding .tra. good hunting and tlonal rooms. Ab' St.
beautiful lake. and bal and to located ( room homo and furnished I with bath; fr"m unfur acres in bearing .ro. mot7 HIGHLANDS futhlng. thpe room log houa. center of ..
for swimming fishing. garage apartment Suitable for nished. 2-car (0x130. IR HOU5E room and b.t Parson Browns and Iot.. Variety of for couple worth
Flrd.lnn a Ms best. 8e* Oeo.-P. guest horn. d.pt or large family Owner for.a.north 1759 f.rbed. New dep I years old; mile paved road froDt blocks to.c..w.tr. laht lu. Sshler. Rt. 2. Bl ODJ 1.0. .I. No phone Information WANTED Client wart-
ley n 4 31-
.-1$ X. Central Av* requiring 4 sleeping room Walker weU room 4 hou. rDD.. wster. age; 2-story tenant house .This a Box 491 Winter Park.A.e. Pr. 83.1. SUBURBAN-About ( from 8254)00.) See Mr. K. F. Slanon Rector. 12 X.
Phone 2-3155. Priced at 2/3 replacement cost unum.he. Ile. good grove and the price is right. .U. Shepherd Realty Ce. St., phone 6651.
87.000 cecIl will handle"This couldn'tPRINCETON WINTER PARK furnished-Special opportunity3bedroom home east C.Ulh_ .. A. Norman. I No recent frost damage. Price reduced LNCATE PARK-150 ft. tot back tom town on"b..tlv late b. ton St.GUEST. $ WANTED-W* csa servo

.Don Ondley. R.ltr. 2-145. SMALL NEW CONCRETE bungaijy from to tl Lake Lancaster. 8JS.M. I.k II efficiently, if really want
yew
edge of town on Ian ground for I 870.0 15.00.10.0 c..h Mom 13th Broker n.bt lot approximately
LONG STWest and 8. W.to. AVX. 4V.CD' 6 1. Vacant now and will b* beld do.owner. 83500.. P. O. Box 904. Orlan .1.m. 825.0 .Dau.1 Main; phone 6971.LTV'DderbUt. 400 feet Modern 2-bedroom HOME-Only sell. Let as prove It csa be done.
land Drive corner. 4 .nur rom bun.low for sale for next 2 week Pord. I" .over year at 5*. Mr. T.ner. home furnished electric will make yon T. K. Hastings. Realtor. Rm. 6.
nished A bargain. Call 4 I rom Lr.l.t room with fire .lbl.D.Yd Andrews. Realtor. Winter SMALL HOMES-On* four-room and grove specialist, with .J. P. W.tt. 84 lot 812. Also (8.950. Can a adjoIning kten ln. tiful furnished home Arcade; 4237.

B Lee St. Orlando o(43 la.l pla.. e tea wit oD. b.t home 2 Iota near Lake e. 145_ Main_ : 5809. :.efenD! Lt C.u 2-26. .mena and Csrter property Best

C.r. Winter Park. tile roof. Double ISI.W 2 bed 825.0. 20 ACE LAND-17 in grove. He..J LKURN-nr.1 high and dry .. C@DIr.1 Phone A. T. Carter. 9516. Spacious ground wAs'rm-we eed >. I
LAKE VIEW-Two small modern pltlJ furnished at 812.500. Mr. Bry PAl-tJ lit.laundry. One fl.erom and bath home. plen Not hurt by and lake: sue SUBURBAN-About I mile from UM ing. (547.5O per 4 bedroom borne furnished
blo ut 2 rm.kthenett Herman Goodwin Inc.. Brok nm.4 acres .r.e. florist ty fruit and chicken bouse. tween 2 lakes. Beautiful homesite.Can 50x300 within 10 mile of Orlando.Call Court House a comfortable For farther details unfurnished, priced for Immedi
. bt. eah. er. err N. Orange Ave : 9855. citrus. chicken 8425000. be purchased now for 822.5. owner 2-4676. 3-bedroom home; "J Painter with Ashrr sale. Joe O. Myers. Realtor. 29

mODtl Pc 81.0. good term PAl L DISTRICT-Very nice Betty rnd. S.crU1c.tr. One four-room and bath borne. 2V4 H cash. See R. S.. Mullina wth R" LARGE CORNER BUSINESS LOT en convenient to bus &p.rlJ ltn.f.mlhe 70 X. Central; 2-0786. Wasbiagwa. Dial Ml er 6431.
b Tnt .I Broke. .e. of land and Place for A. Mlllrr. 21] N. Main; 2-4652.
8b. .pp.t. ony. War. bom New. modern N. *_ P.rk 10. W Central adjoining new buildingto mO.I. away must sell. Thl
"I Ro.ltDe. Ra\r: : eomer-set metal easement windows; 618. We cow.h.': 125 ACE OP LAKE FRONT- be erected at once. Price S4OOO. I. 1 acre of s''De 5 nice GUEST HOUSE-dec* WANTED-W* bv pur
LAKE beautiful til* bath til* three-room home and frostproof. Old bearing Business excellent la Orlando 6 .
) 8EONFrhe .b.t lake- t"o cash or term Clark P. Bryan. te. dep Pr waltia for 2 sad 3-bed-
house r. bt Ct" for beater room; 2 nl. ph. W PA1..tfU nm. trees .0 variety. Fin produc 130 8. Court tr. Jamerson and ly furnished. borne. lake front residence
conveniences. Iel.t fU" electric C cause frt owners blnl.acrt b Se W. K. Price Real E.t. 246 8. ton pr acre. C..e Opprunll.Hotl LbbJ. phone S'. .". ..CentraL Phone .T.Carter. $3.500 cash win coed small balaee For im
Turn left at stores, school. Imed.telJ.E.ch OrD.e. Realtors. 9516.SUBURBAN3.
ftt WOR Broker ta actlea can Roes Ky Aader-
r.el t.e. But has 3 bedrooms. 2 tb .. LAKE FRONT-2 tote with BO-
3rd. house. ( Hucket- tt bt NEW 0 L HOMES 2 bedrooms. Im Vocwe Tbester. 8253. 423 8 Orange ph. 2-44O6.
:
1.0. .lhl separate guest or SMALL GROVE house and plrre of frontage on Lake Formosa Drive i I miles east; alee 3
LNCT PARK-Lancaster Dr.. I O'Neal. Ratr. 118 X. Robinson and lovely landscaped grounds...rn Oe me.t oup.ncJ. Holden Heights luck land. Mrs. Nellie Moon.Ocoee. (1.650 Exclusive with C. P. Shornway. I I rom frame ho met roof, elrc- GUEST NObLE II WANTED Aome*. grove

One of Orlando's most I dial 2-313. with 2 ft of lake frontage. ( 86.Poros. 5. Orwin Manor. Realtor; 1. N. Or.D"; dial tre pump: .cr. on paved I batb 2-ear (I Let a* help yea sell year
beautiful bungalows. Owner has Ion.Nonh PRINCETON A".- S r. ,OOO under cost to oe. 180. Dbr.d : Ssmmie NEAR CITY Grove. 6 acre old 2-3282. I r.e; Good garden trck land. 1 Also ideal for other Rn Bree. Agency. 112 M.
Shown by appointment. Robt. and bath and Other with 90-fot frontage 4 Central I I cleared and Johnston .
up. room sell
Ratr. R tree*. rape- LAKE VIEW LOTS greatly reduced I ISOO feDc. I t* Rsmptoa. J} n e. dial (189.I
L Realtor. 668 N. Orange: ''do.n f.rlhe. IDe.t posses lela than. replacement cost at 12.5. Arcade. 1.1 fruit: no Pe.ppl. V.IIDc.. rom house ( now 550.-(70O now 475. I I I Henry Brke. 6.. Street Orange. 5013. I WANTED-Suburban and

259.L. Ilol 110.5.. Ki. Reat", 3 E. Terms .a.bl. on either. B".p ATON 01* and Civilians- W* 810.50O terms. 8 acres grove. 6 Street power lines and telephone I corner Onc. I GUEST HOMX-One I besnea. business grove

BTNut off CnJ' Ch.rh. 14:3.'R0IWE. 423 8. Ross K.J Andera ao. bud for J01 at one a acres old trees. 2 acres 8 year old lne Lake Holden. Gardens 1 8ML URw.cr. land fenced. finest A-l *. Cash bayere ready. Write
h. bun Brk@r. O.nce. 2-48. 5-room ? good construction trees. Valenclas and 5 4outbuildings.
SI.U ho. eEOHtuc ar.pfrlt : W. of RuM Ave. on Holden I I 5-rm "ulJ furlhe. furnished. Catering Hutching. 206 B. Main. Orlando
tots. 100 frontage. : Hardwood and furnish tot excellent modern .
10115. f rma. WERk Butler. Modern on rom bU"I.lo. eff- Drive. Yard I.Dda. dO. clientele. Income from -
P.d .uck A. C. Scott._ floors. Tiled for bath. eot.. pplae and tricky lo.Uof All for. 16.80. W* can He- ciency apartment rented near el7 LAKE FRONTAGE-Winter Park. The laying bD 3 much .o.t"5 klda a month. Shown by If waii-r-w.yea have the bays pesos Iii.
LANCASTER PARK-3-bedroom bun I Price 89.0 with Included. Indoor 30a. C75OO. or 9O% S14 SOO. term Sam Johnion Co. 1 CaD Mr. Ridge with
finest piece of lake frontage In ..I.11 A. T. Carter. 9516 3
PEA loan. ,
galow. Cre shingle "It tile Bridges with .0 O. terms. Ph. Owner 2-2852 or 2-0074. H P. Roland R..ltr S Main. 21 Central Florida. Sheltered magnificent possession. .1 mil south of I Resltorv668 N. Carter;_Mala sad Central.
roof. Tile central Fur- Myen. Realtor. 29 W. Wa.t 5-ROOM BUNGALOW Screened Carrtgan Bldl. 672 N. qr.D"; dll A BUY AT 81.0. with trm. view. Aa Ideal site for your Cheney H.". oa Goldenrod Road. GUEST HOUSE-*
2-4551. 1
Dial
De including washing m.chn. 881. prl Lane r.. Walk-In b.rnl ctr tr.. Dn.n home. Restricted. AU or part for )I.I. Price. 1 cash. Clark P. Bryan. In. overlooking nice
cleaner garden t.dl. SOUTREAST-Near KaJ Sh an 1219 Foro.. for In of 8. tr.t ... Buckl-'Jul. Realtors; 118 E. Real Eatte. 130 8. Court St, Orans I estate. Sacrifice at ( LISTINGS. frm and WANTEDBorne tote. Toe *,
Nicely landscaped lot; Pr "llk I attractive. .PtD. 1 t P.I. 8.nd.J.NEW in small timber. L.ted on COlntJ Hotel Lbb". phone 221.2CdII LouIs Bell with may
good tcrmv bungalow tastefully furnished for MOTHER LOOK Road near RblDsn cottage with ea ear experieaee for correct
81.0. '14 Main Nkbol: 86500 00. Call Real HOW .for a a BK Morse and JUtl. Se LaKEFRONT tots-In Interlaken: 36 E. Pine: 2-1646. of *eUia* detail ear .H-
10. Re.ltr. & dia: Co. Xusti Electric c
O'H.r.-Wor.
Re.ltr. Unusual. City re- far.he. loans Increase ear sellln
tie b.t bun.low. AMERICA power
tors. 2-2380: .. L See this new 2-bedroom cement block Phone 138. e.enl.Dc drape HUOHEY-
lO 1. PDe. Included. Nydecser K. refr.rton. building. .- Realist: K W.
eltle Lw 1. Large
house on Cornell .trded. 6.
St. asphalt
MICHIGAN AND BROWN SECTION 80BURA 3-I bungalow OD tent. Dubsdreadsection. Dr.: dial 8O6S. and dlh. Ni oa tea St.
Bungalow. Built in 1941. 5 rooms. 2 p..d r.d. Jo at Veterans* Real Estate Lane rooms screened front S3. Acreage for Sale from thriving town warehouse 3O5O.
Garage; 82300 down and.. lDd Ven Agency. 29 South Court 2-448L porch. No city taxes. Only (6.790. ORANGE AVE.-70 blok. 50x190. Just off 17-92 Highway. Prte (4 500. Bam Johnson Co. 2O6 t
ho.)e.i plat.. terms. ae. of 81150. Tau will.need mor Property Management. Terms. A. C. Golden. Broker. 1211 BEAR LAKE West side. About 0 See 115.0. tr.. Hlnton, tl.OOO cash balance to salt p.rch. HIWAY 441-1OOX6CO IMMEDIATE RESULTS-Ltot
Sam Johnson Co. S. for transportation. About 4 mile N. Orlando Ave. MATTLAND. -Sybelia 2 Ave.W.I City Hall. See Gould at 6 W. Cv t Winter Park. Open Sun- Ideal .o for chickens 8' .et.bl. MANOR-117 ft fronts**. ph 21.H site. 83500. W. L. .. Realtor.. 17 X. Central Ace

New 2-bedroom cement aea el I St.. with .Johnston Ben. Brker. OPEN FOR INSPECTION cay. also Monday ..ea. Inquire J. A. Neal. Will sell .all or half. Pleas telephone I AC FU and garden land en 2217 Sdgewaier Dr. 3-3176.

calow. Call after 6 p.m. Wm. 8. SOUTHEAST very Sunday. 2 8 BIG LK FAIRVIEW and Hwy. 44L. 819.ORGE h.I. Nearly new 5-room LAKE COLA-' WAITING for houses
Apker.9lAITLAND3. I bedroom bungalow completely.t t 1.. tourist court amusement BLOSSOM Tr frame 2 screened porches unite furnished. Income prepertlea. List year
bedroom home. lane nished and beautifully IDd.p 1800 W> blocks east of Mm ATI EN HON. MARRIED PLS park. 8.5. George o Painter ft. on z. complete kitchen bath beater electricity tor*. $58 range Loekwoed Associate. 64 W.

lot. plenty fruit trees. Interior .metal awning and a.er.1 oter see this new hollow New 3-bedroom wit Asher Petr. Realtor. 7O X. anything. Priced selL mocstly furnished Includingru Nicely arranged ; phone 3-1574._
needs redecorating. Ph. 713- quality t..eDt A 01 cmeDt Dl. block house completely waterproofed house. 1 minutes from shoppingFireplace. : 2-7". Daniel with R Kay AndenoswBroker. s and Venetian IUDd. Oara.e.chicken A-l condition. See j HAVX BX7YXR3 wanting grove
Winter 1.0. (.pre of 81.0 0. P. and equipped with automatic Steel windows No city CHENEY HIGHWAY acres. 423 I O.Dle. Pb 2- yard. 18 tr. Palm close In. Income j properties and tiomeg. For
1 Prk.WNEA Brass Co .Af. water heater. Panel Ray taxes. Attractive design. Builder ft. on new cross state route. 3 Evening ph 624.ORWIWNOR aDd shrubbery. Owner tr.naere Income. (25 OOO terms. sale list with P. A. A1U-
AVE. 1247-Complete. 1-31S5. It a tile bath and _. me. money. S.rrl. Wll Co. 2O8 S Main.LAKzBEiKN15. \ Realise. 35 W. Waaht.gt.s.
vacant. 2 bedroom Pho. -t. A. C. .8 49. UnderiU's store. 810.Mr. Lane wttta Bat residential 86 t. wtb. f
and sleeping porch. Corner of toe aBUBANNOTe.t Furnished no. A r.1 1.at" and ready for terl.. Orlando Ave, near Maltlaad un Herman Ie. Broker; (77 I ft frontage. Sl phone 11b. Brker. 12 W.t : -Wkc* treat*** ea RoaM
Priced for quick sal stove your .. O'H.r.-Wor. Winter N. Orange: 9855.I1ARVA1VE. neighborhood. for J3. H.rld 497.2ACI equipped poultry and I between Beaferd and aTlsglm-
P..e 87.5..trt Pnk Creba. Realtor. 5O7 electric -P. bard road. 1.0OO Realtors 2-2380; 109 .l dep.ll.Mon. .. .P.rk Open Sun. just east V. CODdlct Realtor CentraL FARM .IU 4-room house. 9 acres orange 3 Route 441. between Orlaad

Phone 2-1710. rash easy .onthlJ p.7eDt of Edgtwater. 1.- bungalow EltrtJ. west of Wi. 8 room famished Apopka. er Rente 41 wtthla 26
)el Move in t.". G. 11 Orale. VERS AND CIVILIANS _'We here for 87OO. C. R. Emerick. Realtor. PALM building P I Johns RI.er. 55O. tlea. Electricity and .* *f Tamsa. Otv price tocattoa.
MATER
north
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on your tot TCBatfU 1 89.000. Write
X. Jefferson.
or Realtor. er
&TIlb 2-1"3. ,1 may t. fan lafermatton ta flrat letter.
Michigan 70 eiO N Orange Ave. dial 7348. |I site: Dw 10
a desirable froat I
Aster Park. Pla.
In.l. aJn.. SOUTHEAST SECTION-Near Kaley .Ie hommt from our Attractive Trader. _2-16' __ vern. 8. Apkrr. Maitland. Box 324.
trailer. Home LAKE C.r
and
John prr.
L. IL 2-rm e.bl IbD. river.
7 frame resi OPEN SUNDAY 1 fl.nre Wit BR1'fE- 31 : BUT
p.ni f.ml.e school. story 10' GI or a 10O some tim oper. I TO -16 to 20 acre of
MT. VERNON AVE.-1642 Owner dence. 135x232 ft. 3 bed and complete planning and ber. 2500..ft. of .4 lnd. with good RESIDENCE LOT-65 ft. front enMark 103 ACE high land do** ORANGE BLOSSOM 1 *- bearing grov*. Give fan
: 2 3 porrheElake 811 Park take Ave. If yea want a lk location 135x130 la fIrst letter
rooms. Fruit building Laurel and H. P. Betond.
t. I half St. between
must nU Woer 2-r.. desir Fur .I.bthL for H-121. V. Con- prime location and a house with flitigolne..m.47 Cen.Ut .'. .ea .a bab Jn Brother cs merlin. Where the fine U 1.-b..e t .tewa COlt o 10 acre for development. 672 tt. Orange; dial 2-4551.
alse. tn : Irrd. Another -
.Ni I- 37 E. 6137- t brm dining rel. liv 2 N. been cut. C. wT LIST
dk R.lor. CDtr.l. 5. R Elerl.R.I. rear property with a**
WIn 8
a I I : trove; acre pin timber a tract with SIC n. of
MICHIGAN AN I SUBURBAN a beautifulul settingof big r.. lr. kltbea b.t. place fin' LAKE FRONT-10 acre*, including I. o'D. A. 4& 3 h.n I Check en these before ,** yea waat to effi Heniy'
BUWY8t r.r Broker. 12 8.
l house t n.JL t. stately pines t tt r.UU Eng .b.r you could have leom. I O HOUSES FOR fA In bntlfU man bearing a. 2-room r.bl complete chicken equipment email I whereHsrlow O. Main: 2-108'
. bbt .. lish-type home of CtrclD. wished from the bdrm. 10'' Edgewater No. fr"he. Ph. 63. t.de. SUE DELANEY SECTION Orange. Dial 8188. I I FOLKS-W* Bead _??
Re* Co. 1.U_ _8.0_ Perfect .cdItn. .1.dou this .elt. o. blocks from Lake Adalr. 2 MER acre H mile Co.l.tt for your new bom*. cement block house, and most a for borne tot*, and basinet
rooms : Il o
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SECTION ctr $ Uo. O'Harra Moon. Realtors I DeSoto l Otf-t ORANGE BLOSSOM McKenzie
)RK AND'R chicken and .rel I 109 E. Pine. 1-Large two bedroom frame best Beach. ( .. oner. Wh.ler Moss Electricity. 12 8. Mala. Pnene 2-4775.
floors .. long at (12000 10. C. B. Dd.Realtor. 1043Jefferson. .nt good lk. On read. 300 it. frontage
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grade Broker. 132 8 Main; phone P&e
on bark porch. Paved street: SOO Call o Rass- storm I.mbr. cypress tiding ever 2-119_ _ 6977WIN'tER. furnished new 5-room 1 I LOOK for Bargains ta the
feratwa and buy Let 89.SOO. Get It muses..f.rlf. I ae.ta. oak floors. tile b.t acre I s Hal Dean with BlUes Investment tow. Baton gas Last witS Devi Only
thru Claybaaeb Realtor. Mea 43O8. .ah C..D..1 R..lt BUILDING MATERIALS still going I 9 et er. porch garage 1I WU.EFI5E0N road. | PARK-Residential iota in best buy OB the trail I 1 with basemen office tn

Bid. Up! Choice lake scarce But circulating I heater. Lot 75 See this for a o.lke .D. puf Sam d.I'.htf8 Lake K.1 sectlou. : Co. 2 W. Wuhn.t St. Srt!amwy. Resltor 104 E. Jrffrnon. C B. tBaas-
SUBURBAN S15OO balancereasonable .lt ft. front 135 : b.
NORTHEAST SECTION Near new .h. this house bror OPA ,I ft. deep. 1OO ft. rear. aU Johnson Co. 2O8 s Main. U. P.e .t.t. .. tmel.te ; Av:2-32$2._ I I Davis) 2-1040-7305.

cJ limits. On paved road: lot bay "ODthJ p.7ent ,1. went off and you save lpronment. in. Best b.J. in olaa 4H ACRES fronting lane part .. tow .8495. InP I Iwrrkdavs Phone 513. SOUTH ST. 338 X. 1 NOW-Ltot year country prop
th.s Can Winter Park
ctt. I AU termite difer-I' I.t day. or ,
rooms fumiahcd bouse. New gas Price e.e. masonry OO. (895 cash for 0 L (2895 in w.n oM bearing : 2-4551. 5.R i iWREOUSESIW.tb. building ctoae-la wIth a* without delay. Have
range good arden lo Sl.lOO cash 14.2Ber bungalow; hardwood built for all year Florida I. I cash for 0 0 Idea homeie. (3.B5O. oD. .r.T. J. | BY OWNER-Two 3ro bowse*. : type alway In demand. waiting M. D. SaUcy Realtor

and move I at .. Balance 83Omonthly. fo partly 'ur.she Large lot. beautiful overlooking e.W.nII Ulorf. 438 N..r.. phone 147 ft!i completely lre. acres.Private Prank Crete RraHor. K. Church, phone 4767.
hra
lake In finest section. .
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with M. D. Bailey. on take BoiMmg: Phone 21716SOUTH s'iou
Son Fit tea. P.863. -Lane concrete block, stucco ever. 2-3.1 27.CIDd lke. .u hEAD the Handwriting on
E. 4767. Five airy porch car ncr of Boone Irvin St.. Park. 8-8493. I
Cb.rd. North wan?
R.tr.3 L Stow
Cor. Rr.ltJ O pcrie. utility room with laundry I garage two bedroom screen porch 5 city ..D P. ST. EAST- to the time to aeDJ
'i 2-bedroom. enclosed A.: 2241.SUBURBA2b fireplace gas asphalt tile bath fireplace lane tot. 1222 lit. o O dfo e e l, with 2-bedroom bave bayera for batb business
frame bunsalow. Oak bouse. Va 147 style he.t tile U ftr Mer.Avenue. $10."so 895 casb ter. Ripe Nohe and today's tea Ca. Wyan 4672. 115.1 I I Bent en 2nd floor ana citrus groves. List year
floors throughout. Furnished. New .I. Pnt and back Only a moderate .down G. cash fo hottest bay at ablY make p.rte.l. BE SMART. BU BEFORE T market en las floor wIth a* today either with
electric kitchen. Excellent condition. porche O.r. Lt 5s1.ft.; good thra.hot per much I I self some real 84-money see Mr. WINTER PARK'S finest rtl'' rush ta rear, tot SOxlM. er wnboet. Louis 8. DnUv.
Lane corner lot. 87450. term Weir soil: one .. Bu and p.ymeDt rent b.l.Dr. you moat your 1-Lane concrete block stucco ever with Harold Shepherd Realty nblo to Robert D. month: grocery n W. Wubmctoss $. Phone

System. 628 E. Pine; 4641._ store cnnnient Low t. equity with each payment.. garage screen pre bedrooms E. Wuh.net Dial 5124S 71-1 at Park Palmer I Spring b bere-tb* Itch le a Bummer purchased- Price for .
P tile bath Nor Avenue Lots now available. Dn W with louse term to FOR
NORTH OF IVANHOX-Her* in this Wae. P..f .trL main Iterttn Mt. .r. ACRES On camp ca'dal1 a rj SALK phone 5613. same
favored location we have the un r.s 1.101 Michigan Ave.. Win north o.14 Iut road t Lake wood Avenue 811.85OOO.. 8185O 0 electricily .Glenr Ro.d Andrews Realtor.Ei.luslve quirt spot under I i Realtor 507 Metealf \ ring sin., '23. Cigybaugh Real-
Usualsood house for less than te Gertrude \.. t novae cash 0 L terms. W. A. ..Ilbie. 15. -. 4950 3 LARGE LOTS In Forrest Hills. 875O water near from ear listings and 2-17IO. Metcalf SlOg. -

8100.0. It Is a .l..r cottaae 8UBUR cottages with with sale I.a D .owner. Cheney WrKn.J. e.d. Stripling with M. J. Moa I enjoy life in tb* _. SANPORD-Beautiful CUZMT for colored
and rear .. Out of city Phone Mt. 2O82. l-.e concrete b.ock. stucco ever H.hw.7 2-74 132 8. W.I phone ment swildiac. bw prepertie
I.e 2O fft .
wt fat aae It caraxe. screen porch two bedrooms ACRES rta* citrus uno. Bros. A.un. 21. good taooas Fred Gai-
at liberal nished- See H. AJoan.
very terma. SPANISH I o BD lt 11
i I wit etJ w.t tile Broker. 118
8.0 Pin East Central Ave.
eludea electric stove On .., one northeast. Mike furnished h.fo B .tni W b.t tone. 1.. 1223 Wee lands ub. S m O TWO L facing Killamey O.. Ave. Te 1. Conway Road. Phone ( 5501
Good term C.l Mr. Hotcomb .ItbO'H&MoD. Flower Broker. 3 8 Main. Phone near ee.'* a. A.nue. $ 0 ca O. .B".J. 810 per a Lake
1.0. .tra. civilian. Also of Old A_ Cnw. we xf. -Tb* meat modem bongo-
109 125.0 fo lad ft
C.s view: other ,
C.rl /
Ch.b S. a Clayhaugh. TRIPLEX New
aatr 5. BuJ \ ka Highway 0 -A. DearIng. lk. $7.500 cast will bay. loin
SOUTH SIDE Bid to and en county tuchway COUNTRY Pl.ACE---4
P. -' f Mma boo lot highly restricted. (1000 County I f. arr- apartment bejldm- 3-O673-
tnc.-
Brke _
Those (1.650 down low of 0 3Rl depth fret ins lake with a One with living roans, '
: .pn.at NEAR BY-S room and Representative 'bl. 2 >t $ 2".n
JOT Le I.
h. ea
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are Ile but havetw tot. House (14WO btl. PJ .u 2 .r 3cE-ltm .? and crPf"1 side rent for $3080 per bee ea. brdraaa and HAVE CASH BUYERS far wen
more ready to Into In growing business T I f.rb bke rent d." 8_ .rb d.J t* S P I Ol. D o paved trees _I wonderful ai In ethtr side. 572* ea paved road 12 rage space. Paved dapkrxr primed ribtAlso

10 days. Com you 10. make a meat opportunity. P en A 1.e Bt. 1 mile from downtown. Mr. .eIO".Dt C 19 B1.Ph road 5 _t K. e ODd. For U city \I. Cewn- miles fr OID 89. easIly stop. $1-OOO, terms beasr with two bath
1 .
.IUa fc. R Realtor. 610 eat J. M. Pe. 1317 Busch with Sam B. 204 8 party that PII I ty taxra. Only t. o 12 1.I tm.. t Wit rirk. 118 N. Oraaae. RraHera. 43O6.Contiaawd .
Avedial 134. pheo 8206. Mam. 781L 8 a nice highway frontage this for vath. J. C. Brcwier. Wt .y Sole**! Rrlty .. 'o If great to bve ia
J. Oo. 8h attractive. IrIP. 6 E. Central son Drive. Phone 2-2561 Mel Bldg. 3-3269. [ On Next Pare]

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58 Eeat Estate Wanted 63. Business Opportun *' 62. Loans LTp to 5309 I i 65. Help Wanted Ualf 69. Work Wanted Female 71. Antos-Trailfrs WantedWE I 7:. Auto for SaleI Trailers-True-M for Sale I I 'unba 'tnttitt1ax'ORLANDO.


MOOR COURT on 441 between Or. BODY AND FEBUER MAN Only cxperlenced. LADY wants simple sewing or alter- I I I DODGE-193S 4-door sedsn. Shiny HOUSE Prslrt
BAVE YOU A HOME with four bedroom and Apopka. 10 acres. 410 ft. CASH WHEN YOU NEED IT-At the reliable man need apply: atlons to do in home. Some patterns NEEDS to rent w* pay I I black original upholstery TAJe. FLORIDA

and three bau I haw a on hlthway. 7 units and one bu'ld.I I Acceptance Corporation 48O N. for new car dealer.. Writ B H furnished. Phone 3-0159. '< top price CA model can. Drop I Ibv rood fUh running motor. 37 IhO.r. PI fS Intnt.t.. MARCH 30. 1947 PAGE 15
client ready t buy. A need mod- with 6 bedrooms an I Orange Ph. 7136. Fast courteous S-Star. and let 55 make you an offer See $545. B. .. 400 14. Orange ft greatly reduced oa .ll. Doo-
tare* bat bom location for restaurant or refreshment i; H"lc. Private offices. A at PRACTICAL NURSE- capabl take M. R. Con at 143I Awe. :0' Trailer 31st and Crease
.n Jk.bm not 15. or trailer prk; Cocoa and Winter BanD BRICKLAYERS class none care chronic o l.at patient i Garland SU u-U-tu D.t 1.1 sa 76. Trailers-Trucks for Sale
Jr. .t.d.n PIO.
Box 973 S-Star. 2-t. BID Tai.
000 Pbarr with C. R. I n I 4 FRAZER 1947 .lt overdrive.
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Realtor. IS Washington Of.r 610 13. Av., dial; YOUNG LADY-Wants work to do at mlleav S4S. Porch 1.I I'' SMALL TRAILER wen rmEt. Vacuum
then need B
spply.
He.l. Top I HOUa TJ2' %
R.lt. I. CASH MADE NO ONE COULD WANT MORE than
I LOANS quickly. 810 t* walePo
10 I home. Nice writer, quick at figure I Dora. 71 a. ncCen, ,, brakes: good tires equipment Beat
3300. On your car or furniture.Aetna Box 566 S-Star. aDR S E.an Pc. IT w* Comfortable. Lot Would HU.prt. offer.
I Harry Orlando Trailer Park. 6.
515
Finance Co.. 311 S. Orance. "N ( Ito antiquity FORD-1938 2-1 Good Fairbanks
CH For 10 aerea-of cood pas SlIGHT CU A AD.Jlt City Hall. I MIDDLE AGE PEN desire obsoleeence or I sparkling .o. body Mao In ex1 Harl. .f i ,Orange Blossom TrslL
land Jake -ulver--dt.ts Park- IBt position home. Noobjetol newness> since we to please '1 mechanically per- Br.
prire. locattoa and description. Write Fine dance f with seat- LOANS ON HOUSES-You can get a with good experience to to children. Writ P.O the seller. See Ellwood Evant at The i, feet. cndlJn 8. 1946. Zim- I
A. B. Johnson, P.O. B 377. 0. 1115.'c.pa"" of 400. adjoining.Locker small loan on your property quickly i I[i market doing a bug volume. Kixsimmee. P15.REFINEDLAblWishes. I I Worlds Largest Dealer." 4OOOnnce. 34.I 400 N. Orange 155.. R 4771... BOt, Tt. S199S. ''
Florida. Reply at showers, cocks boau. : Florida Credit. 21 W.I I dial 4771. 2 LOANS LOANS LOANS
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c rm. .e a Must know his business. Ph. position.I '> R. D. P. p.l Trailer Camp.
G
boards and FORD _
diving marble cast of Grand 1943 4-door a. New
.rd. lal.aF 3-051S 418 W. Church. I to well-
60. Business OpportunitiesASTOR luke b. b.te.and and plcnlcken.Larse beautiful. T..t.r. i j ; I| todo 1011epr. couple.companion Capable deI 8 .L Cnn .Ihn.ho'Ave.. 15.. R. HOUSE late 146.TRAILER 8-plT-False tires* aluminum Electric:

grounds for outdoor amumeDt 8 LOANS MAE. from 810 to 1 COLORED COOK-Experienced 3nd. I Iaian. I pnd.blr; good wage Box 595 I GET CASH D S MINUTES .an.6 brakes. Vetetlaa blinds. Price 32393furnished. BORROW BY PHONEI
strict fast service. J. E. White. Mam-ot. .
good business room lake front home prCY P.D1 Apply TramorCeetr. 8.11 FOJID-1937 6S9S. F. CALL, US-THEN STOP
PAl-Ve"home. Liquor new concrete block cot.e. Land Finance Inc.. 32 W. Central G. .e. I t,((70. Work Wanted W* pay cash for any make o model I V- P HOUSE TRAILER-16'. sleeps 3 or 4.

bar. Di. lunch and frt 30O 11on wnjte sand Ave. Phone 157. I car. No delay or ba..IDlne. DriveIn. 1 Duo heater. Icebox day bed. IN THE SAME HOUR FOR
.I. COMBINATION bookkeeper and part t.n
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wr. BOOKKEEPER.- ,
paelan. buy
accountant office your '
lake and 9OO ft. deep. Just

to 1 cbl.Silver fw. Cen&'oC. busy heaviest'hi-wsy foal miles from center of OrlaDdo 4 OUT-cet OP on.a. PrDa who ask Finance to a loan b.. experience man. General salary Motors expected System.and Stat.references I I yean manager.as bookkeeper 8 yean and for CPA Tea U i&ac 1'. worth the money. i FORD This-1*1936 an exceptionally 3-door .:. 193" ank.. .tr ele.enk. closet.Plenty Good storage rb THE CASH $30 to $300

deer hunting ban recreation city bus service. Can be b1M o S. Phone 3-3148. I ofl. m.n automobile. Ohms Used 143 br. 1.5. S 929 Camellia
.. .
iii- Mats. fl'ai a'. terms. H.rlo.G. ? 11 Robr Oan.. Rol. Mg?. Melbourne.la tint l.trr.. BIt Motors. I Box 525 8St.l. I Starlbng-AlesandCr Orange A. Phone Motor 61 11. Garland: 23.7.FOR131 D.

of 88.300. Stock at sneatory. Orance, Dial 18. F. CARPENTER-Repair Jobs. Do poole 787a sedans. Rebuilt' HOUSE TRAILER-Ooin. North sacrifice Yes Oct rash quickly on your Signstare. -

Wrt or come to- ForestTavern QUICK CASH LAN- Furniture C-Ma' be tint class. Apply In I painting. Harrison Bailey. 191O Sto. do. roes: 2-or.0". .. 142 cash. Sam. Howler Ants or Furniture. Call today
hrk Pla.ALTAMONTE .: CUBn. of Orlando's b' note and 10.1 2-hour service. pna Ward' Re.tav.Dt 703 Woodward Ave. 4-door. 8265 .0 J. Smith. Trailer Blossom TralL j
NIOH and Family Loan CoSCI Florida N. Mii. _ CEMENT WORKER. plumber or DONT LOSE MONEY1 We will pay 33 E. Robinson. a O.n. I
SPRINGS Business a .pt class clientele. Due to other Bank Bid.. a W. Caffls. manager. DINER COOK-White. Top wages. electrician wanted at the 'ldis- I| full value for your car. Dothesitate HOUSE ft. "I TAILEol. clean. 181

Homer ( business out of town the presentsaner Phone 3-1661. C. B. Restaurant. 405 N I' sion.** Let me elcl.n.e rhoc buildIng ., see a DO" OU.. Used C. FRIll V-8 and Tudor hester.Super New DeLuge psint.Escellent sale.:8750. Phone ll.2-o I.COD. ; quick |
PaDUont 2" N. Orange Phone 55.BOUS
will sell equipment Iltu. Oranve A. for Albert A. 281.
It .
Chamber of AtD8prl. and .tl for less than adua co.I 63. Mortgage Loans cl. steady ... The lbr..S. Taft.i FRANK REED really knows hew e t115. c"dlton P..t. .De. TRAILER-IS ft. 1.Excel- GFC LOAN COMPANY

$prin". Fl.,Coerc... Wlnr Park This I "ou opportunity 1. t .CICN-P'. rlbl.. i i COUPLE-White. as caretakers of get the high dollar for your car or Cal 2-3il .1 3. lnt codlUon. M.S n at
8-8394 Also Broker cash year lease 820O per Box 449 8-Star. ar |I I house and with equity. Cash In five DDat. Why FORD 1946 convertible coupe. B Cul UYIs0 and P.r;: 71 East Robinson Phone 878S
afnaUon. See Mr. Little with Harold Shepherd P.B.-Lu-m I.-nt. o.n living avd. ap.lac. give '.m ..a ? Give. 1. .h.ne. Be.te. Ji Cmb\.Ie 804K. I I
ASPARAOOo 1- HOTEL COOK Experienced. B. ,
Quarer. 51 &t.r.I .
Realty Co. 20 WashIngton St. O Orange
201 N. Blossom Trail: 7883. TRAILER 1942 Chteeco
E lo.n '
fernery and 3-bedroom meD&lur and must have best of t CARPENTER or plumber's Or.na I HOSE
acre .
Phone $124.ORANOR l.f e"prtc -
Phone Cauelbenr balllDI. or refinancing Call .1.1'. Grandvlew Hote I t" RL I.h.lpr. SPOT CASH PAID for your used car. YRDI91 convertible; maroon fin Stnmt. 21 foot 3 rm aQ
1 Clbr BLOSSOM TRAIL If you I a. .G Myers. Realtor. 39 W. 80. Cal Eu.tl 1 bth. Bl U- See J. C. Packard 1 top: r.dlo spotlight fo .o c"dlto. De.
McK.lal.Yt"r
Prre will investigate this lit with new Washington fit. Pbonc 888L MET CRfn.D In afli Dealer." 342 .*. Phone 82150. Eostls. Fla, priced C .1 lukkVa t11
BEAUTY PARwt.. toeattoa .- borne and other to. buildings IC ROt Superintendent and I f j i! ea Implo"e wish 9147. I Green or see at 343 Bay St. I Trailer T.ro Poda. THE VERY BEST
Va.HOa for large fMust Phone
bul Ca Ve 12 .. now on prp". ", stop looking I GROVE LOANS-4%. 20 no S.leman be capable of .orrato. Chanee. 498. I SELL US YOUR CARl We high HUDSON 1943 2-01 a car "ol'db HOUSE TAI Furnished ,
Income 8180 eklD' RETIRED pa .
Cd. VeJen. PrIn per MECHANIC north proud to own. Prophitt't Used Inquire Bor
3-4773- fees. Prepayment privileges. rharee of local state F cash Melton' c AUTO BUYS
not including home to : rpl" wants work prre. Car. dPI'
new
as SOO W. CentraL Lockhart.
caretaker
mODt ""Ic.. 128 age and give history of past 5SO N. Avenue.. LL
: I R-Mc.l elprt ,
BUSIE OPPORTUNITIES-Clark while you da deveiopluqIn I I N. 4147. core with referencts.Bos maintenance man a widower. LINCOLN 1941 ContinentaL One HOUSE ft. Travellte.awning .
Orn" 2-11
o"t TI2
Orange Hotel Lbby. 13O cabins trailer park. | 59 6t.l.MAJ i Box 5. SStarSHIPPINOAND. IN ORLANDO
.Dla. See this excellent ,
owner car.
I BADLY IN NEED of 1946 and 1947automobiles .1trc brak.
.terms very easy AGE Juice 0. Cetra
Sot C 1tre& 21. .1. e repD HOME LOANS To bUd. prch. Florida Motors Jefferson condition. Orange Blossom
his party. 3-O642 for detl and with asing sales. RECGPrh and older cars. Barley .to
111. I I rhn.nce rp.l. Interview between 1and .enprl Wadsworth. 61S N. Orange Ave. lend \ Trailer Park.INTERSTATE
appointment e show. A d cot. plan S3OOO Investment. office work: experienced. Ph. 2-7893. .,I I 1 1941 CHEVROLET COUPE
1 Ohio. Broker. 108 S. Court. service including 4 p.m. Monday afternoon. Mr. phone 8597. LASALLE-1937 DeLuxe sedan: new TAI-3' used :

AND BOMI-Prominent PACKAGE In rood 11 I.plf.c.tlon. and house model Lane. Reale Co.. 12 g. Main St. I SERVICE MANAGE- Automotive D. INC. wants to buy your motor overhaul and paint. Radio. 2 months. Priced GleamIng black and clean thror hoat. -
Bt &RTre Company bus. 20 yean VARNE MOO for equity. Small maybe risht 81.725. 31st St. t>n Installed
& and will pay Recently new engine.
location. near cations. Savings MAN TO OPERATE diesel powered I 'rck baD. OaDa
Orl.ndo Pie rn.e 15. d.ra experience. capable t.. financed 1025 24th Blossom TrafL Inqair at shock, and eon -sprints.
Toru.hl"
Grocery filling station and livttur Inventory No In Assn. 224 Winter Pl.I ammonia compressor. In celery. I I conscious peak co prices immediately. D. Tamer I' trailer. P..S

Netting approximately. tOlaton See Mr. Polsom with Har HOME lOANSW.want Pre-coolin plant. Phone A Dud ASons. ficiency. Excellent .. Studebaker Sales and S"lc. 334 LINCOLN ZPHE,- 1941 170 I
la.nr. only I Realty Co. 20 E. Wash- buy a home or build t I Now W. Central Ave. Phone 2-313. car. 8109S. 8. LUGGAGE TD- New. J-
8bln 215.
O.leo. location
Be* Donth. Pr Ll 0U lJ. .& tn.e We will give FO prompt a"lc. MECHANIC-good proposition fo 1 .mplo"e.BO 59 8-t.r.Sother desired. I Evans.. 8 W. Central Ave.. 4321.LXRCOI.N .heL Ver .. S. at 139 X. 1942 FORD COUPE
HampshireAve.
j tor. 143 M. 2.HI RADIO AND ELECTRIC r Par .hp. fice hours 9 during .rk; 9 t right m.1 Excellent pay. Only 75. Autos for Sale ZEHY- 1938 4-door K.. A iharplo and priced risht
ldeal'1atoD., priced 13 Saturday First Federl S..i. skilled sober steady worker need ap PRNNO ECSTy.raph. sedan. new mtr. PICKUP TRUCK-1941 S-ton. il
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J .. phtDe 2-12.. and Lan Association 5 ply. Jays Guarantee Auto Service N. PI. Famiiar wth AUTOMOBILE AUCTION I., Jletronditone. $ com-I A-l condition. Pb 2- 346. 304 K
E .. Orlando. Fla. I.yolt pructon. Presently emI Tuesday 1 o'clock. 100 to Hsrvard.STUDEBAKER.
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BEAUTY SHOP-for sale or lease. RSAUR Drive-in. Orange Central Ave.. Apopka. j I I In mld..s'. Will vacation la J 1 8 Ave. .31. 1941 FORD CONVERTIBLE
Oar sale is getting each
car
a 0 bn Near Orlando. Ba Jation Br and win PLUMBER-First class. No drinkers. I' Florida April 8-18. Desire to make MOTORCYCLES 1946 -1946 1% ton truck
11 a-tr. Grossing ... Business LAS on Improved properties la Steady work. Must be capable of contracts which would require and and plenty every of. .el. from Plenty the bu".r. I British Enfteld. Sma Impr. Ilk. new New body and tac. S179S. Slew tag and vood from bumper tobumper.
LISTINGS I property and everything coes. Price.S29.OOO. and Winter Park Interestas all of work. Box 450 ceo and moderate investment.n with duty tires. I Inquire at Apopka Ice Co Clyde Wa .
BUSE O. Fredrick UE ft cash. Information at low .4*. Minimum fe.. Prompt b.ndlD t"p. printing or advertising fields. Printer, to the.best. Rmembr. anybody can ealpp construction throughout.Sales .
a-t.r. buy. Come withthe

He.dqa.rr..ll Brlow N. C ."Bu. office with Her.only.. Exclusive.O.ID. M.. Broker Potter service. Settee Phone Investment"U Co. 2 W.W..hldon PICKED work MEN in WANTED Japan. -All For expenses interesting I -. ;l L. Sparks, 1008 E. Ide.ld slon .ro.d.Co." Lakeland.Goff Livestock Florida.Comm I J W. Central.price 8249.Phone R4J.. I.n 1 I tn.TUC13'-o PIat De. .sedan; in coodcondition. de- 1942 FORD 2 DOOR

BUSINESS OFFOKTVHlTlia since 677 N. O.nn 1855. paid and 89O per month. U. 8. Army AUTOMOBILE AUCTION- I I MEY-19t club co.p.Original 509 W. Colonial Drive. Very nice, com and see for your.eVOther

1>30. Phone 3-1008. Room '.'43 .W. RESTAURANT Orange Ave. locatioa. Ground Forces units now on p.ce 71. Airplane Sales &Service Wednesday at 2 .8A- O.De. Florida i TRUCK-Pick up. 1941. cood shape.
Central. Prescot V. Steel' Owner will sacrifice for quick REAL ESTATE LOANS Low eostl time duty in the Far East sell your automobiles tracks Motors. Jefferson and Garland. I See Monday Tuesday. Wednesday.
.. .. Investigate and make me an To buy bwd or reiane home some of the most famous combat I TWIN EGII ratIngs oa Grummaa or at Will trade for SOO W. good ran
. I. highest used car prices. yon want I MERCURY-1941 station wagon. Just |I car Gore.
I offer. Mr. Robt. L. Pryde. and I I I
and two lots. Ridge with prpry. T THDpateDt divisions of the ".1. T.First Cavalry sea and Instrument. to buy. we will have all and like 81295. R. 8. E.o. W. i I side 6 Fair Prices
BUSIEHoU Ia Realtor 668 N. Orance phone of FII for now Veteran's training. Orlando mo.1 aie 1 TI..e. bard.; BItbest
Park Av 2-59. NaUoDa D.lslon. el.mple. Dch.nI A.laton D.ke.including 1946 and ce r 4321. || firestone and trade-la sflowsnc
Country mo.
lul. Winter .hrl
RESTAURANT tr. i made an anfor.rt Cub. Pb demand for clean, .
Wlh.o aafountal. el. 0 j NASH-1947 4-door 8185.
ta.
was the first Amba..dor "I' lk. ae. E E L.1
Don't I
PACKAOZ Slk- reord. I miss these sales. I sedan. Radio and Jim Enstis Mt.
BAR
STO.Rta' for selling location I. unit that Manila and Tokyo 72. Automobiles for RentCARRENAL. We win be expecting yon. I D. OPEN SUNDAY
.reaoD Cumble Cars N. Orante Ave.Phone
& on Hwy. br. Fred Gregory. Realtor. LOANS on an types of property: lone and received Distinguished Unit citations Auction GalnesY.. ID 1. TRAILERS-New and used: 1947 American -
bungalow and 2 cabins. Call Winter Garden. or .hor terms; .rste: Immediate for action on Los Necros. INC.-High grade In Phone Malc Flord 2-52. I IOLMOBII91 12195. Ankney Trailer
Banford 1175-J. and Leyte. Picked young 5. "66- Hydra- South Orange Blossom TralL
Barlow G. 118 week e.1
K..leh. or season
Frerck e BUICK-1939 Special 4-door N. & N. MOTOR SALES
N. Orange A. Phone .ho meet the high standards responsible people. 98 .d.n t 118. C.lH3. Radio and heater. Jim
the and who Cars N.
CONCRETE of Army Livingston cart Inc, X'bEUVERY
B PN.F (South'of City)- Re.ulr Ave. Inc.. 904 N. dial 1. on any model
la. or .Idi.. ROt I-t enlist for thre can now Join j i : U-DRIVE-IT-Drive It OrD.e: 2-521. Orange: dial 2-521. Federal truck from l'a to N. ORANGE AT RAILROAD

; excellent location. Oaua Ideal location for cabins or trailers 64. Help Wanted-Female this. .rra division. .ftel initial 1 I DANE rates: by or day. I f, BUICK-1942 Super sedanette. O Sedanette. Very A.labl today 4 to 6-ton 6ta.
and Brokers the U. S. enforce m1 sy black finish. Radio, OLSOBnI92 I
Green
sty 2 1. Cn 300 feet highway frontage-ho- help D. V.rDe ., 234 WI sewn at 219 8. tr.nsmlon handle peak loads with 1011 N. Orange Phone S41S
Ira!. In the Orient. Service U-Dn.I. cellent within and without. .
UN proved with new 5 room wellfurnished BEAUTICIAN-Senior. Only one with P.ce I .n a Ave. (r Pee t Forrest St. Ph. 4948. Orlando Federal
houa _ I
2:3:3. ,
In the East today provides excellent sell 81.599. R. S. E.a.101 i Truck Co.. W. Robinson Ave.
Cel '
some out ... need apply. 663 North Or .
folown HERTZ DRIV-UR PLYMOUTH-1837 1
conditions and I
Pce trat
living recreation Phone 5296. See Venn.BUICKl94Iftoadmaster .
COIN Operated radio for motels. for. 10 days, 11.5. Ave. facilities. Sightseeing is enrOlr.le. I i World's I.., SE rntl SYST-. ,:i I tires: radio: .tr 4or.mt. tight: 8200 DOWN will bay a bomrr
Hotel pay I Reasonable Sedanette. | paint. from from Frank
.ptl .dlYend BOOKKEEPER-familiar with automobile Swimming pools athletic: Drive a car' Orn. Red.
require I. 01 a aot. Ban Brss.. Agency. Realtors. 112 N.Orang. accounting. Must clubs are avail i with cnfidenc. also trucks for new rent i' .Hew finih. radio, beater and "Go 4. Sunday only. .'r.Ue.on display at all time: QUALITY CARS
for :t"I.. B. N Ita. A. b expr f.Id. 9O4 ( cov. 11.95. R. S. Eyan 40O I Spr.n "aor. WolverIne
Te 518. encd. Excellent sslary. to eld.e. Ove. pay 20Vhigher 01.0' Ave. Phone 2-4064. ,I I'I N. 4771. PLYMOUTH-1937 con- Palar
CEIY-Toarl eur lake working condItions. Apply In at .. starts at 890 1 | INCRent a'f fi Dia 1 I dlttoa. coup.. .o for Easy and Superior. '4WJ CADILLAC SEDAN

Y. Ll 1512J L. r1 handwriting outlining Ui t:: a month for a P.at. plus fo.clotbln. i JX Jeep: rates every car j BUICK 1942. .ed.nett pre North. 1411 N. Mills St. Ph. 2-4844. terms Reed arranged Trailer on all 'rallr. Hydramatic. radio and bcaur.
.. condition: Sales
F.nk
RESTAURANT Downtown and
Address Box 847 S-Star. .
Estab- 5
11.
naJr 1 A 'u.nr. m.dlc.1 sured. welcome. laI I I I Practically new.
with 1 S"I. men No | 3-O761. ext. 1665. Hopkins. PLYMOUTH STATION WAGON. 194O Crn. Blossom TrafL
licked 20 8250 daily care benefits. Enlist '
W.a" yesrs. average .rl. _
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BEAUTICIAN-SenIor. Must 2-4347. 143 New motor and paint first nesscondition. .
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shed. High clase and i .b open to men 18 34 Inclu- t.p. Cal BUICK-1941 Special 44 BU1CK SEDANETTE
.tl sedan.
&kkhf" bU.ie. cl.ntl. gle and capable of ment t : St. I private 8995.
P .' .. Condict.Realtor. .qulpmen. good lease. one Ph. SS26. : ; a.e C1 with parents' con.nt. Full! j I I Tu-tonegreen original finish, radio B. O'Keller O.D.r.. Pone I Radio and heater. This
: Central value good terms a a at U. 8. Ary OLIN'S U.DR1VE-I. INC.-New can I, heater, good lines. 8995. R. 8. D.. Lbur. .1 FOR YOUR car practically Bew.
COSTUME JEWELRY 'l"i qualified operator. Oeo. B. Klttredge. CK. .hi Short .rder..n Station 6 Rutland Bide.. Orlando for rDL R..n.bl. rates per day 400 N. Orange Ave. Disl 4771..an BURGLARY. AUTO '
.. Realtor. 17 E. Central. 3-3176. must b$ fat de Fla.- I week or mODtb Open evenings. til I I I I PONTIAC 39 LBI 42 PACKARD CLIPPER
ntsbllahed tea- cop.O
we .P peisdabie. & Top wages. 9 00. 343 OrD".. BUICK- T-Sapr Station Wagon.Used I sound body FIRE. 4-Door Sedan
Mill** RESTAURANT-Red and White. AU cookies etc. 281.SARLGALXNER 4 offer mottI. E
buys. A. B.PalmaDte.
aD'de1 Also curb .ll uniforms eALMA' CaDdl. S. quick sale at '74$. 8. .. RadIo Heater. Overdrtv*
ness can 7188V .BckllKr.Realtor. new fl'ur.cood leass. rent paid new furlhe.for your line. Must c/o GDeral Delivery. Or- W. Central
ill I.opn. .on. have. transportation and able finance Ave. 10n. nbbr'l '
Beer
No..mbr. JUo. 230* S. Kuhl Ave.. Drive In. t MOTOR Venn. 43 63 CADILLAC SEDAN
bEUYEKf .r1clBUSINESSOwner lc. By self. Phone 3-4256 Bydramatte radio and beater
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.D. we.kd.
been ._ Fie. L. CASHIER WANTED-Must be Permanent I 4638 Sundsy. money 501 N. Orange Ave. Phone BUICK-II.I Super 4-door sedan. PACKARD 1938 sedsn. Lundquist Almost
I. I .o. resident of Orlando and heater. Jim Cumbie paint: completely Ins Agency new.
.awl on /a. esaall .RESTAURANT heart of city: SPECIALTY SALESMAN I 8ia Can Inc. 904 N. Oranse Ave. dial r.dltone. '
furnish excellent references. 5-day E.pr Radio and heater. 8695. 507 Metcalf Ph. 24696'VETERANS il BUICK SPECIAL SEDAN
..CI t.etc. 'FordI38 83JOO.McNattBeasVy. crossing with S furnished per mo.rooms; phone to 8891.rent working week. Apply 118. Rosaliod.Margaret4nn pliances.enced. Pfeabl" in for 2-4521. 60_W. Central Ave.. R. S 1..n1 Bld. Radio beater, a very nice "
.1. r. 12.1 BUICK
IS W.Washlncta. right 73; Auto Service 1942 Station Wagon New PACKARD-1937 clean car.
man. Willard A Keiscr. 709 N. ; Coupe
R.lo. .n.rtbl.
St .. RESTAURANT-One of best 1aton GIRL for general Responsible body. maroon fml S5.COO actual |j New paint. 8375.I .
_" on Orange .. lone hOUwork Mills St. EI.I"n' motr. Ml n CADILLAC SEDAN
Ave.
p'iCall -
health I .
I. : AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Also 1937
hoc
DAYTONA Owner car' ehdren I Ilpl -01 sedsn I
2-1926
panl and JI-r.D'. ap Monday. I 839 Walnut St. SALMAN-IDlr.nc. Int.aabl or enced meh.nJ: prompt .e"l BUICK-1939 sedan. For sale or !] klln. good motor. 8385. J. R. Smith HydramaUe. radio and btater.

dowatown> location low .. Inventory RESTAURANT for 3838 S. Or- aDd wife; U. .pllty.. Trlnlnt rood atk. trade. Eola Battery Shop. SIS N. Robinson. A really nice car.

stack at .10.'t"r.etc. 'm anca D'. Blossom A .. equip HOUSEKEEEM.n. 129 at.. earnings wrt t full background..r..e weekly Box Oral tires. .. Inc.. 234 W. Cea- Garland & _ _ PLYMOUTH Deluxe 3. door sedan Men-Women, All Services '41 PACKARD CLIPPER

repreeenta 548 : 2313.AEPAI BUCK-13 coupe; 8 tires; first new paint, ..r clean. Jim 4-Door Sedan
take beat offer. Ask nothing. eood- 7407. and Pamtinc. The mch.ni.1 condition. 728 Cumbie ... Inc, 904 N. Orange All Grades Radio. Beater. Overdrive
will or lease.Owner. 147 'oh 8J' 8EVIC I.AiJNDRY-located I HOUSEKPE.hlteDa LIXECBICKEN8 and GardeningWhite I[ ". formerly the Lone .c. \; Ave. Dial 2-4521._ I
Av. Daytona Beach. All couple with no children Star Garage. 1317 W. Grand Ave. 1' 41 CHEVROLET ItXETUKK4Door
nel.lbrho. PLYMOUTH 1939. Excellent condition WHO
equipment: LIP READING TEACHER for preschool wanted. Man to look after chickens Orange Blossom BTSE-BtSE BUSE Sedan
DRIVE-IN-Beer and wine license. .wr wants ano Tral now open Passenger to private party Highest bid- ,
sell on account of other business def child. Fleas telephone garden and do gross work. Womanfor business under Ra Jlme. 21 Radio. Beater. Like New
Doing sood business. Price. SSOOO. t der. 617 N. Hyer. Are
22505.PANTRY. part time house work. Moderncottage Bus. B" A, Apt. 4. desirous of
1.D Barch Broker. 1 S..Main eet For information cal L on large lake WriteP. 'iR JOB and wheel Brskes. Front and Rear j, PLYMOUTH 1936 New I ambitou. '40 NASH SEDAN
A Wt Martie WUl.m. WOMAN-For year round pro.tde 1 1941 CMC p. money would like to
2-101.: O. Box 59$ .mc. Whel Yellow Coach 29 Passenger : new upholstery: tires. Lola of transportation.Tbesa .
Rtr. 2 Wa eD StIt hotel. Must be well experienced and Ceron' balanced while you Bus. Hydraulic Booster i' 5t.Dh ; : i get in a permanent
ELECTRIC REPAIR SHOP-(Small) recommended. Rooms and furnished YOUNG MAN-Ex-Service on 0 I. A owner at days stared
Downtown near Or.n A..Rant. pla. 110 to-unencumbered me.1 lady. Training program. Unlimited Pant. 6n. 1010 W. Church. Brakes City Type Front Engine. {, 251 eeeninvs.PACKARD ; & real future
838. Everything foes C. whlc with National ALIGNMENT Free 1-1938 Reo Model 2L7M. 29 Passenger -' wlt.
*. *. 11. ; B BEVIC BTAnON miles oat C.I Grand View Hotl. Iu.tl 8. Mast portunity be mechanically ronraton1 I Pomp, repairs by IpUon Bus. Hydraulic Booster Brakr i', CLIPPER-1942; new er.; can Mid with a 30-day

1zv B.Uo.lo. .,efel J Wsr shown .R.d. Spar Berrlce MAID work-White.In Whiter Experienced.Park Telephone Live la. ferably with encnerns .Dc one-stop e.pn' 0 me City Type Front Eneme. 11.0 ad 1J I I perfectly radio: h..tr. excellent Private enlt TO SUCH PEOPLE euaraalee.J. .

POOD-distrlbutlp., ". Will Stat.n eme. C nerie tic Sense of S"Ic. 30O N. Orange Rear Doors. 1 I I good buy 303 East Spruce.PONTIAClSi"oor .WDe..
84$ .
laba sued l3 = on deal. ? Ol.ndo or Winter Park 445. values and ,rdi. advantageous. AUTO BODY WORK and painting; These buses are In excellent condition We will not only furnish theopportunity
Ph. weekday -4638 MARKER-And family flat checker. uJc. steady excellent were In daily operation until i I Good but give
_Sunday.PILUNa work and service. Rambo. necessary C. McKELLAR, INC.
2-5 and
Experienced. 1. 1947. They offered clean. $843. S. 8.n. $0
TOURIST COURTS MAKE MONET Apply plant superin advancement for right For appointment SOB W. CentraL M:1 are being
STATION wa. located. tendent. Orlando Steam Laundry, 49 m.o only b.u.of the lQ"ld. W. Central Ave.. 4321. training and cooperationto TOUR PACKARD DEALER
Grocery and W. Concord. r.1 2-591 AUTO REPAIRS-Dsy or Superior .
151 .. Good l.tof en n.e In Wite YOU CAN EARN a day or better. Ihl.. COD Tnn" PL YOU- 1941 Special DeLuxe Insure success. 143 H. Orange Are. Phene 8141
I W.entrel.
,
e.ID' lt .U mec.DIc or Csll Transit .
New
10n. NURSES, institutional work: experienced selling Ice cream equipment turlihed. 81 Wrt. L.sbur Com mor and I
Iut.a 322 2-1. ISO ft. Suitable for tourist In mental and De"ou dlsorden. Apply 716 Franklin St. ", z.bur.. I rdio. Sacrifice. Ph. 45:. j I

FUEL On BUSEW.1 ob court to accommodate. 30 .uut Write P. O. Box AUTO SERVICE. day service on BUICK-1941 4-or sedan. 1095. PLYMOUTH 1940 4-door eedes.Al I CONAC I
U fu otppd dally. Only 84.000. terms. A. C. .1 cars palntint. R. 8. Evans. W. Central Ave.. condition. 34
Terraplane
66.
to Sales 8 pickup
e .an4RR.. en. Brke. 1211 N. Orlando Ave.. NUEWit eleuabWb. Help Wanted body work wheel balancing: 4321. winter Park. 8-8492. MR. HOBSON
Tna land and ( anderpsxji winter .It i .r else. .Imonl
'rtL more ipnmeDt MU.I Park. Open Sun also Moo. references. P. O. Box 710. AWNING or Venetian blind salesman. 1m. .onnl'. Colonial Dr .2-2310.Pon BUICK 1941 super 4-door sedan. PLYMOUTH-1934 convertible SAN JUAN HOI 1946 AND 1947

For particular see .n. )NURSES; experienced la aupervlslon. Experienced. Call 2-0963 for appolntment. 6 Two tone green ors..1 paint. I 4 .tire*. New paint cp.
n. b 11 salary: with or without AOTO PAlO and Body Work. 4900O miles. Central Forida Motors, top. Cute as a meu e'* earl 8185.lew v TUESDAY
J&.Ba1i &C..ta G We I .
satisfaction MODEL CARS
Box S61 8-Star. LADIES extra money. showing I I Jefferson and I I Also 1936 sedan for 8195. J.
0.1311. at
R
TOURIST On e.r reasonable Central amt
.CIT STU located.Rea- Blossom CURT 36th .Or.n.OUlt ERriA-STENOGRAPHER far current style releases of guaranteed ida's only prlcc.enamel auto Por CHEVROLET-1941 4-door master I, 33 E. Roblnln. I Between 9 and

senable lease. Inquire house cabins tavern. Completelyfurnished. position. Phone Mr. Maisonette frocks ia your spare oven. Al Llvely's Auto Paint Body Deluxe. Perfect condition. New ; PACKARIjj3$ 4-door sedan. New :

3 .. Pr, DoIng wnaie of a business. Wolfe. Claude H. Wolfe. Inc.. 8116. time. Write Box 477 8tar.I I Shop 3OOO N Orange: 8000. |I Garden.tires. Fern Bronson. phone 53 Winter I II tires; clean car. Central Florida R. S. EVANS

GIFT SHOP.-for salo Small community Priced right to Quick sale. Immediate STENOGRAPHER wanted. Ho.r 1-t* LAMP SALESMAN-Prefer man now AUTO WRECKER Phone 2-3741 for I I I Motor. Jefferson and Oal.nd.

established ba.ln. possession. Terms I deed See 5.3 p rn. S-dsy week. Aa- selllnc Furniture Stores. I any auto emergency. 808 W. Cen I PACKARIt"110" sedsn. 8109S.
reasonable. Box 671 8tar. Cu Owner oa premises.WHOLESALE dr.. 428 N. Orans.Avo.SECRETARYRECZPTIONL_ M. line floor. bridge and table Stron.1 I I tral Ave. R.mb.' '. Official i CHRYSLER-1936 sedan: 830O. 8179. GROCERY ffflinc with )4LATB.-Rstail can be "--- and ".d. Liberal I Wrecker 8"Ic. I .3 l. MOTOR
.
stock and-equipment. .tU. and added. Good l.ton good volume. physicians office. Tetepbesw .-t7 9 Robl.. Lamp Co. 809 Milwaukee I BODY AND FENDER repairing and CHEVROLET 1937-Also 1935 Plym- PLYMOUTH-1941 Special Deluxe 2- THE
bath .overhead. partly rol Walk-in rdrl..tln good lease. between 10 and 4 I A. Clra.o 22. IlL I: painting. Estimates gladly given I oath (wrecked). 1934 Olds. Model 1 door sedsn. Radio and h..te. I MONTH IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
furlh
14.000 balance on Price ..b O B. Kittredse.. MAN WANE nearby Raw- i Satisfaction guaranteed. D. A pickup Ford. 1932 Chrysler. 1939 paint good tires mechanically 0
Ph. 5 cub Banford. 3la. n.. Realtor. 3-3176. STLNOORAPHLR-I9O.p.ble. eevrviary.aot"Assist.for leigh Dn.open In Bre 234 W. Central Ave. Phone -V.me.. Chevrolet. . 1939 Olds. .fiwn' nerd County. If willing to Good buys lots of transportation and OraneAve.
OROY-M Llvtnc quarters WHOLEA AND REAL. PARTS ant to pr.ld.ne Must he,. experi.ence Home Service business eonduc CAR WASHING and polishinc by appointment. service. Rambo Auto 808 W. D.I 252.I 1947-Sedan mile
concrete dupiei. .B".lne.! Wlt N. other permanent Pa. I Call B J Service Par PLYMOUTH- 4 PnC I
h'
Iehuli' b rnd.aL ing sood Immediately. Central.CHi.VROLET40
Rented Hiurtnc ". assortment'of 2-591 hYn. .rl. Station corner Boone andjackson. i dan. 'I"b.. t: .r.I I FORD U4S-Convertible. 4400 miles.
11 Burl. Rawleleh's.
aue. aont fast- new popular p.r. well Dpe'AC.18O5. MemphU. I Spia Deluxe convertible Cumble Car Av*. PONTIAC 1941-Club 1947 Chevrolet BusIness Coup. Glossy
Late eulpp SECRETARY for law offiTEt- Tenn. coupe. black finish.
Fully
... & the city. carafe pick-up come CONVR'LPHilD. club coap. New paint. Phone 2- IDe i iI equipped.
business and eal i. 811.- ton In one of best .. Orange ficient In short band typing and MR. O'S FERTILIZER; The good top and Jim Cumble PLYMOUTH 14.n
P. Louis < e.tae Broke/. ". O.ne b... spelllnc. Not over 40. 809 Meta. Red LQU Service has en. West Auto Trim Shop 641 wa.ID.tOn Can. inc.. 904 N. Orange dial 1 PACKARDlI3 Clipper. Black glis CADILLAC 1941- 62Sedsn.. 1948 OldsmobIle 78" DynamIc Cruis

37 W.. We.hiin.ton: phone $:. ''I ... per a..r.e 1.0 Bide. log for local distributor. Prefer opn' 601.LtBICATON I 2-4SJ11. 1 I I I *cnln.. $ til.l.. 8.good Evans tires. 400 sect N.cover Orang CADILLAC 190-"62" Club er' Hydramatle Sedsaette. Fully
Must devote time to other or engaged In tsr- erhellubratlon It R CGp. quipped.
GROCERY STORK fl laDd.cal 1930 .
and Stocked .station te..t. Priced right with good maintenance or .led 10. of I scientific lubrc.to. CHIVROL- S.n. good Ave. 4771. CRYSL 1941-Windsor conver

Larce 'url.d. 1.1. .uarn. S Reese with O'Harra-Moore. business. Write C. H. C.In O. I j Every "nook and e.na condition. EIU. D. PAcR141 clipper 4 door sedan. ProfiLe "
1946
Streamliner
.. .an excellent .PPU.U. e. .. Pine. Phone 3-2380. STENOGRAPHER and an around office Box 66. Jacksonville.SALESMAN I car or track I touche. Smt run I Stockton. Pie 1t.r..on.bl.Ave.. Dra.R :! ; deluxe e.lpmeDL An ....Dt.d. AH priced t .. ett*. Fully equipped. Sedan
icomo Mast sell this week
ning will .
for all 813.7SO. Ray WAYSIDE LUC-A& ZeUwood. Fla. a.l.t.D' Permanent work for for Flexcord Plastic suar- P.r au.d you. trade or finance.I .
CHEVROLET 1934 sedan. Reallynice.
-
O. B .IC Good business. capable young lady established I anteed clothesline! 2 million sold |I Safe response bard-or est bid from private party. Your inspection sold 8 last Sunday '
.n. New .It can mornln
39 W. 1 your band gut of .
I Heaer Bro. your Car In 1947 Dodge Custom 4 door *e4a.Buikin
'Wa equipment lease low Illness Conrer. Bt.rln 840 weekly. In Send 81 for place P.r and makes dr.lo. easy In.lfld. Sen.e at com la this weekend and find out
JD. J. B. 33
ID.e. rDt. 1146. detal. .mpl Smith
Carl Esgerton finish rally
88. of one reason Write education.axe and Flexcord .. safe pleasure. 81 Southern ple.t 116. E Osrsse. SOO Orsnge. why. sites
GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET Ing t sell. Good Price. to .t and religious preference. P. 0 Brighton Sta Rochester. N. Ba. 8tre. 693 N. Orange; dial I Roblnln. 4-door aedi'4 new quipped.
bc.len, location Box 2191. CIEVROL.ET-194l Special DeLuxe PC131 Our e.r are sod our
o.rc nat PARK-Excellent SALESMEN Axe 25 to 45. Two I and h."r. Good c nah' 1. pre
than WIN opea- are
one sedan. Jim Cumble Cars luc,
bUllnes
Cad pr OUSTANDINO SERVICE 2-01 dition. Jim Cumble 904 H. 1940 Studebaker Champion 4 dootsedan.
: week.bam Wit Wel e.lpp. .M. Wi-. Hal.2 Brk.r..lk Pak 15 Park Ave. S.,Frd Winter. no in. Sln., no only.deliveries No extra, dutw. and Personnel. Dl" le"0.1 facUtl.'rck 1. N. Orange; 2-4521. Orange: dial 24521.PLTMOUTNl942 .IDe Open all day Sunday.Come 1 tulip equipped.

; phon .01 Oi Sunday ph. 3t. lecting. Wltl us you spend all your or car stand la.rant. I CHEVROLET-1941 Convertible club 4 door sedan. Jim early. for many people .."
: ::.f. 61. e"- COMBINATION-.trafler camp STNORA1HEMua be thor- time Prefer men Interested In Repatn financed. Federal eoap. Radio he.'e. Maroon fin- Cable Car Inc. 904 N. Orange dl .Pllnt.last week because the 1946 Ford H ton pick-up. Equipped
gas station restaurant. All cbin. experiencedla education and who have had direct service 75% of resr end. clutch and l I.b Evans bargain. 81295. Ave. car bad been cold before with Heavy duty tires.
eration. op general office work. Duties consist to-customer tales experience. Car transmission on all trucks. Orlando R 8. a.n W. Central Pole 2-52. they tot there.
: GI SHOP-HUb- Lart tor.. C.a. or crm. Wolvera of rapid and shorthand essential. Phone 3-7364 between Ito Federal Track Co. W. Robinson 0 dl I iTDiBAKE111 Campo 4-
aa Trailer Don .. 1 acrarat 1 1947 Studebaker
mil Chashplon S
and leas. pss.en.
'
N'I letter keeping Avenue. N.
writing 12 a m. for appointment.SALESMANFor CADILLAC 1941 PaDL MOl Corner Colonial I
of Tlttnvlll 0
us No.
December. Relievealan. 1. records and making Fetwo 6P. Jim Cumbl Cart In 804 N. ter Club Coupe. Folly equipped

i exclusive. of WANTED.-Financial backer for ballroom I weekly. Vnle. you .aa p.rl..Wi..orke. soft drink route; 73-1. ,Auto Parts -Accessories 1 senser limousine.. IIC.l. dial 252.SEC Oau. 5039 any evening. '

: : more than studio. Investor sets prcD&, .0"1 I b.ble with preferably. married between aces &OD Private P.r" 2-18.CDd.1 I USED CAR BALEh 1940 Plymouth Delsxe 2 door sedan.Fully
23 $
3
and 870 8-8tar.
and ate net Income 3 B. CROSLEY-1941. In perfect
barrel .
f U'r yr. eODtcL B rf.rore.age over 35. do not CAR RADIOS- Just lane frm 110 t equipped.
.. 118 M. 878 B-Star. I ". .. 4 per week: salary 84O SALESMEN WANTED as factory representatives shipment of ree"e tion. Drop by and see this Will .lce fo your .

1l LET US SHOW YOU this first elasi per week t.tar with ether considerations for Orlando and vicinity Phlc. B 1. tale little car. Price only 130. R 8.Evsns. 10. three '47 C.olet. one '46 1947 Chevrolet Flrettasster Tewn Bedaa. -
.11. "Oi
.
sell Sn.k. 60 W. Central,
location. F. station with Gulf prt, Apply 1109 e top quality aluminum t corner Boon and Buick ".e"lbl. MercuryconvertIble S Beautiful maroon finlsb-
A B AND SUE STATION- cas. ale ( building and small S. Kentucky. casement .IDdo.. and our line of toD .ae.SD. CHEVROLET 1940-2 door sedsn. and a number of good StarlingAlexanderMotors All equipment.

.old.MUbUl'w< loca restsarant. Pumps on both sides of WRITE COMBINATION Housekeeper All Aluminum hou..are.sift shoo BAGGAGE master deluxe. a..rhaaled.. clean ".1 C.Ie frm See the**
&on S0.o stork-and equipment. Hlchwsy. Price drastically reduced and Cook-To live in with couple and specialty I necessary. TRAILER-In fine condition Deal with owner dIrer 912 Fairbanks cars I the fI' *. Hon".R
Bis for a sate before April 1st. Liberal commission. Exclusive t. : enclosed body. Single wheel. Ave.. Winter Park. son 2120 8. 1946 Ford S-oaooenger Club Copei
C.- ) Must be
See
for,full I. .'.opr.toa.G. Ktt-us Davi*. Realtor.. lo L Jefferson; B e .mlIn..ldl.lr. .cmmaton.good cook. tory.sardine Write yourself.us giving particulars .. |!I Dora.Fred i. O'Bua 141 9th Av*.. Mt- CADILLAC-1941 61- Sedanette. Tr 1 MOn. OaD" Open Evening *nd Sundays Perfect with 05 equipment. -

rte.Realtor. If49. See Mr. experience. etc.Aiuininum .
.
; : 1 .nt.l phone T"nne.1 M. K. J3 Radio seat coven new
TOP Oranse PouCU Ft. Lauderdale. FRONT E REPAIR PAT now tires A 1..1.1.clean running 78. for Sale 1946 Ford Coneert1e' 1(49 CsdtTlse RydrauHe q 2" 4-door,
.
PF. pluU. tablelot WOMAN to for year-old babyat F. I ISALMANFor almost Dak. ..f.ato. 81.795 R..o... 40O N. Tralen.Trrk COp All Cadillac ceeteTles. Ba ,: OCIST 2 ,. lauD rae White Life Insur-. C. A. Eons. W. rar'l sale m Ford Super Club 3 ton green finish.
HOUSE fisTe yon .n,. derinc. P" .athea Star. my .. by day. Apply at Cfcurrh. Pal... Ave. Dial 471.C&VRLIIU ALMA TRAILER-20' For e Co.p

.t Fifth store next to Maltland Pout Office.WHITE Orlando. Apply SOIMetctlf In.TEs 8 passenger trade fo I.ne one. Also "T I|il94. Willys Jeep _. _____ 61.19
I bar one? 8 bedrooms furnUhed SMASHING SELLER Building. rc.1 and tubes. '0dS. one .wner car. Crw for sato. Adroa 1547 Chevrolet Tleetmaster bCoupe.
oxcelleat WOMAN
; Big rash dallr. A.M.
to
1 Only complete History Of World housework and _. 1 .p: .8ALEi Who are capable of N. Pn.1 Like new I every rup.c with excellent r.l. Ruffs Trailer P.rk. I"11942 .l 2-0..__..,.._.*l.095 j Fully equhiped,

loeatioa: 1.1.0 down and Olaat Memorial ..\uon Sells n Phone Winter Park 868-W. I I l.ur.Dc TEFu6lll: used. Wit and D@. ta. Priced to AUTO CAR TRUCKS-Now available 1941 Plymouth .
4-door __
sight. Harry for and outfit. I WOMEN WANTED-older for the following plarea .. Please phon I sell at 81145. R 8. I.n 101 W. for civilian use. Also ample supply I i 81.09S 11946 Dodge Custom 4 door sedaa

assume mortcait. Come I and let me Universal House. 1018 Arch. Phlla door to door survey 10mP. earn for Eustis. Isbur. Daytona. Sanford. 2-709. Central: phone 9296 .V.nn of part*. Orlando Track and 1941 Ford Super Coup ___ 81.193 | Fany equipped.
Welding 1020 W. Church St
P 88 to 810 a day. For Information Winte CHEVROLET-1941 Master DeLuxe 3CBEVROLET c
gIve Ton the re- Salts Manager for I 1941
detaOi. 2-2060. Chrysler Royal __
for Jo Bacb1 Coup 81.29
Wnt ,
A gsrdlnt this lucrative position contact Box 3804. Orlando. I| WRECKER CRANE- 3 1m 2 door Hd. JIm Cumbi. Cars 1 1947 Dodse Custom1 Club Coupe. Pal
Thompson Mr. T. hand operated winches cmplc 9 N. Orange: dial 2521.I BANTAM TRAILERS 1947. otn 1940 Plymouth 2-door .S $95 ly equipped.
with J.r. Willis. NEW OPPORTUNITY Park 49SJ. .4 Rcmond WIe I I WELL KNOWN-national food company with csble. booms raise All steel heavy daty. ea" a.
rl P. ( wants salesman for Orlandoarea f and can swiveled.: Holmes. 8193. 1941 COD.el club tached to any car. On 1140 Cbevr.let 2-dos? _._,S 993
i I
Realtor. 2 W. Washington Street. WOMEN 18 to 49 yean of age .a&I : previous grocery experience de- Holler b 115 W. I eoup.Radio. h.te..ae..tl R. 8. Evan W. Phone 1946 Oldotnobils '"76 4 sedan.PuSy

S ed for cafeteria .1- I I I sired but not prefer a man C.rolet C.Dt. D. and pre ab. 4321. 8 C..ta 1930 Plymouth 2-dr _ S $55 equipped.
Phone 8108. 8500 defnt IODt net profit In perience start. Easy to i with 1..al. cndUon While la$ 'OP'I
new.. vitally I' learn. Six days.r. Uniforms furI 1 I car: reply .eucaton.particulars must have 'E selection of all Uses ca. I.n. W. CBIVROLET-l94l 1,_ stake 1539 bode. .Co.pe ___.,I 899
CR'ra 1947
essential units In ni&hed. working '' J Service 9296 body. Jim Cumble Cars Inc. 904 Btedebater Champion 4 doccs.daa.
-.Ante pamtinc and weld-i ban. ah1.r.tauraDt. Jd.a cad&loD.. as to your previous experience and Boone and Jackson.7t corner : .VaDn N. Ave. 1138 Dodge 4-door sedan .,.. S 745 Overdrtv ciinaL.uer
i Apply
ho\l O.n.
Ota I Doing a sood cash bnsi- Simple Caetri Cen,; phone number. Interviews will .. I i I CHEVROLET-1941 special DeLan 2-. Phn. 2-52. radio.
maklnc money. Lone operation. D..r.requires onl tisl. ; arranged. Box 591 8-Sttr. door. Very clean throughout. $595.S CHEVROLET-1935 Vt ton pick-up. 1538 Chrysler 4-dear sodas S 393

Clark P. Bryan. 1.as. minutes each unit t.a. YOUNG LADY of refinement as secI. WANTED-Inside outside salesmen Autos-Trailers Wanted_ i i S. 8 W. Central Ave. Good csb. excellent rubber. .
12. B"st per ExI Must be or I Equipped with a good radio and 1934 Ford V-S Coupe S 24$ 194$ Stools 4 doot sedan. Radio cli.r
resident 4321.CHRYSLER ------
.OPr.tu.130 8, SL I elusive rigidly Prtet.d territory I rl.n. pr.nnt ) for .hol..I. furntar. and restaurant ART 'n beater It and bay It for 849S. mattier.
good or ur. 1 will
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3-0237. I available. apI'I MAKE 19 1941 D. r
now the sedsn.il
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Lbb" Phtn. You Inf..n' educational rko bui.c".1 pay for the CO.rlbl R. 8. 101 W. Phone ,
proximately State of Florida. t 1.0 nai' o. il I 8299. R. B. CentralAve. Ce.t
and
GROCERY AND MARKET-Close In: Bradstreet experience to qualify as I Box .un'.D I New ran ar.n'l" le.d. I. 1 8296. B Vann.DIAMOND SOI N. Orange Ave. Phone 7871 1946 Ford 2 door sedan. Super Do.
manufacturer. For = commission basis. 963 Mar'aU.d 4321.
Atood business. Must sell accountiv I r.le ap- 6t.r. .
N. ,
I ansistant In business office. c.r .. | loge radio. beater.
please call Mr. C. B. 1 OPENING 8. '
"u. Special price mcenL SStar.YOUNG. FOR experienced salesman 1937-Convertible; sport 'Io'o
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8 iDld- Norton at extension ISO. Mon BUICK WANT. later and CYL. Model Tractor. 1.0 L. .,
Sam .ll. in men's wear to travel State perfect good tires.
2 t .I.. & ..: e day. Ted. or Wednesday b LADIES for Cafeteririij{ with outstanding lines of sport shirts cleaner "ter. buy 01 J 1 t Radio heater. A coed car. reasonable. speed r.t. *xl*. .rat. Just I i 1946 Ford Convert Club Coupe (21
tween 1. No Information in- Neat attractive. school sweaters and Jackets. reference or Pontiae. 82 W. |. 1161 8U rite -"d. dlmp. than' radio, heater.
Give
OROCERY-OAS Bb' Private owner. Benjamin
:, lent bay. BUSIE- condi Excel the telephone please. F detailsgiven education a Must. AP\ once.Morytsons and pr.l. experience. LralDe..I CADILLAC WANTED-1940 e 1947. :, Winter '* price of new.. track. Orlando Federal GOOD UNUSED
1..11. Truck C 71 W. Robinsoa
Ppr h.0 Cafeteria. Must be clean AY. "*
tion. Busy Thriving duri mtenlw.GI. KDt..r CoP.DF. 173 ra.Stivers. 63 West I| CHEVROLET 37 Town SedanEx- I 1946 Cadillac 82 Hydramatle dub
I IF YOU- Avon you Atlanta. I Colonial Drive. I j DODGE-1941 Piek-v.*. wilMa Coupe. All CadBac accessor,
I Jre
community. No risk her*. Netting COetJ orlla I ___ I cellent mechanical condition TRANSPORTATION
.o and without. Your bony
know why It is
Avoncustomers.
easy
over I
Buildtnss. lot fvr- t rubber and new tag. .
1 nl. We ', 0 for 8995. -R. 8. Even. 101- W. Central
have opening now 67. DONT GET .
Employment CAUGHT
for only Agencies Sell your car { 101 W. Dial 5296; lI47Cadlflsc 62' Sedanette Hydra.math.
Reason illness. Ben Rodser 111.5. Bank Loans I for able mature woman. Write Naoml before Pl drop further. Open !!i.. Ino. phone 5296. B Tsna. AT Ha. everything.

Wtlmadsrrh. 84 N. Court: 7990..le.1 DiUman. 816_ ". Orlando. BROWNS EMPLOYMENT AGENCY day Wykygyl M.t. 70 a'1 "34 __ aedan- I FORD-1946 :Pk.:1

B0PIA5 beds. completely INSTALLMENT LOANS r you lees .XECJ. rapid. accurate .w Nul' Registry. I yon want N. Mll near Colonial. c I. CrRL. new tag. Good transportation will accept 1944 British Austin Model 8 sv4
at First National Comparethe. work SIS W. If Any & give Immediate deliver R. S. Evan
condition. N uby nrplr. rbl .iU CO. Ce.tr for R. 8 101 10" 4 door sedans.I94 .
..pp. .nla proposition. -I cust$. When the loan 1 for I or trust department elpren.Apply you want helD caD 6326.I w. Central "115.. 5296:I.n.. OarlarM .n Aela P 2-102 VERYLOW PRICES
n 8 1OO.you S 93-Payments 8 J4 Trust 1. Open B.. .
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I retiriac reason for selling., Box- Dp.re.s F .aL I SERVICE .
COL"SMT CADILI.AC-1942.
: 8 ISO. you 1IP"ment Bank at I IL I model 1 FrenchFlat* Convertible Coupe
8-Star. 1.S fully
8 ZOO ..set 116P."m.nt I domestic I THE TIME low mileage: excellent ltl"l'L I IOwner I FJli31'tractor-truck Fruehauf :28 ft.flat 40 Pooling 4 door sedan ,____1795 Very InsiSt
LAKE .
t"a. bkkHpR
FOnubl..lo. Street 8 300. you set 38 Wanted help. S F I north, 82095. Paul I Inder.
0 65.help be
Male Caa
eemi-traUer. seen
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.e u lp InSev 8 you set 373-Payment. 78. Carrh a& The TiUate. 8. Orange I IS. 38 Hash S passenger coup 8593
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eral For In get 4M Payment EMPLOYMENT Yes. .cU top price fo Blossom 7Ta11.CHRYSLER .oki. Florid D. C..l Poaa-.
8 yon PAR
I ASPHALT TILE LAYER-Expertenc- SEVCe.f J c i W. 37 Ford Tudor sedan -------$493 No trade In required
formation want frm 1. r 2118.
call 1 9JO E.Wold' en. 12
Wasbtnstoa you set -Paym'nt* 8334 R Lrc 1.I
10 110. .h I 1940
e St Arrsde American Rue .Inlel.Co. 3-1287: 33 E. .o tk.only one trip FORD 1941 Ptrk ap with 1044
monthly oalu
payment 12 37
moaU N. Orange: dial further roundsby door ".f. A 1-owaer rr. a_. WD trade for Bsed csr. Packard 4 door sedsn ........ ...5445 bat
Payment for IS months are I 2-.8. AT
Used Car SOO
Figures Include ttfe insurance amaiI. answer call %-1434.AUOMOBIL Work WantedFemaleal2OKKEEPER selling t.today Pbtt. LL Cmtra kind. s at 3OOO Kuhl Ave Hudson 4 door sedan ___,- $313 High allowances given
MOTOR loan cas of death. The First FAINTER striper. I I I CHRYSLER 1941 Saratoga crab track like
CQVRT-D.lus etylo; ton :
new I and .n. Drive aD' of cur I Orlando Excellent rRIM. Chevrolet S door sedaa __ .$243
masonry iconstruction. 317* water N.\ODa Bank at Orlando. 4th Door. See o accountant general I t Ct. elUOD G Orlando Trailer

front OB Indian River. V. No. 1 CrntrsL Davis. Boiler Chevrolet Co.. lift W. | office worker. EpnD. D I Ipermanent I jaUn o phone 1250. Inc. 904 N.paint. Ji cmbl.24521.DESOTO19414duOr.eslan.VerY. ..r. Bold 4 door sedan ._ _ Terms arranged
hl..t Af. -
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Tt..w Stan .overatton. I ment lden o M Pu Co 2 ton: lung
Pin* lane comfortable S Loans ITp $3 0AUTO. AUTOMOBILE SHE METAL anaa. I Reply Box 569 ? Cll Platform body. Stop at nr of our S Ortanda
hDt
living ...ne.a.leel kitchen. % t Must be _bl.n.taF. See o:! CLRE-WOn"- or EEE US BEFORE YOU SELL your I clean car. 8995. R. 8. Evans 1 W. j f: .llu. Hydrovac brake i&erwo-. Some,have 1947 tags and aO Location for a demonstration
Price Dans. Boiler Sure shop around Central Aye 4321, .1.
fo Phone Diamond 115 W. ;i N. .a. set yon New cood
TitusvUle .11 Writ* B.a.. Em"Faltu.Fnc "J. Central.ACTO e '' BraD mai.St J., can set for your car-bat before a tell 'I DODGE 1836 o sedan .;'I II Army Jeep-1942: Ur.. con are ready to fo. 101 West CeatraL Dial 5296

Metcalf BnlldInc. O I too. CeDtr Florida motor: cuaraatred: new new General Truck Equipment
!. .Phone 3-O339. ply MCHNIC-bPnen. AP GE\Eo! OFFICE Wok. typI. .t tr Garland .n Jfe tires. Olln's Used Cars. ..t. Gar Co lo.. $ MrRaedlei9859._ 160 West Ceotr*!. ZKal 4321
general .
: switch
MAT MARKET and 'IrF.' Doing CASH LOANS Quickly made o fnr- N. Orange Ck. Moo tlUa n elpmn.d.o Permanent. Herole s L Hasan. Pb ,,' land: 2347.DOEI3. GLIDER- 1941. Sp 4 peOple Beaa- R. S. EVANS 108 West CeatraL Dial 5433

business. Pce. I future sutifs and dimond". AWNING with Kf. OUDnlon. USED CAR EXCHANGX-Csed can Baulneaa Coupe. Radio. tiful inside 834O 400 North Orance Dial 477}
0 121
Berry Burth. Broker. 1. 140'1 I lando'e own Home Finance Co?. 31 MAN-E.n.o. Yenetlan SCALP OAT-lob 2 lii I maid.Y29 We wanted. See as before yea sell. I I!'I good tires. Jim 838 i* per month. Why pay rentt. Corner Garland and Amelia Cor. Garland and AmaUa Dial 2-1024
2-1090. I tie high .
I pay 29 W.
Metcalf Bids. Dial -. I blinds. Call 2-0963. I Avondals St.. .Apt I.. t WaihinrtoaPha.pnce.. dial Cnmbte 251 Cart i 804 .. Ortnse t ;Reed Trailer Trail Bale 301 M, OBC *- Ptwne-3-1023 Open SuncUys



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xs Page 16 t tit' &nnbag &'rntlnrl-&'tar Orlando, Florida, March 30, 1947 allow more room for the men. I The Japanese currency 4s 73 to 1 15 to 1 American dollar. A carton
Forensic Meet I "On my birthday my roommateand American dollar. We are paid in of ci rarets will bring $20 so you
f I some other companions with yen. which the Japanese cannot can guess what the black marketis
oratorical humorous dramatic Dr. Tayloe Gwathmey I a Japanese guide went for a trip. touch and a yen has the value Of like."
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origin and extemporaneous.Ten UofF Graduate Describes- xxz Having brought only ration]
'I To Reopen Office Here' stamps we had to divide a cake :
Here OHS students will compete ;
To Be Held of cheese a can of spam about
In the contest which is expected Roy A. Miller, local realtor. announced a dozen crackers some candy and I
to attract at least 100 entrants yesterday that Dr. Tay- Wartorn Nippon's Plight chewing gum and a can of orange :
norldc District of the National from all over the State. loe" Gwathmey well known eye : Juice from Lake Alfred. Fla. I II This
Forensic League will hold a specialist had acquired the homeof "In Japan inflation is rampant.i a.
two-day speech tournament at Inquest Into Pasture the late Mrs. Lulu Noyes 417 "I imagine without exaggeration ,that construction is I is all
Orlando Senior High School start- Death Set for April 5 E. Robinson Ave. for his new office I easily the principal industry of Japan at the present time." AUTO you wear
ing: tomorrow'at 9 a.m. it was location. The building is
announced yesterday. Inquest into the death'of Elmer undergoing extensive alterations. writes Margaret Winton, Florida girl who has had a Civil
Highschools from all over'the J. Mott was postponed yesterday: Dr. Gwathmey. Navy veteran of Service position as secretary to an Army officer in Tokyo SEAT COVERSHigh
State will compete. Mrs. Irene until 10 ajn. April 5, Winter the South Pacific has returned
Ughthlser. Orlando is the tour- Garden. Justice of the Peace here prepared to resume his for- I since last Fall,in a letter of her impressions of that country I
nament director. Howard Morgan stated due to I mer practice. to her cousin. Lorenzo Dow. University Grade Materials
The committee for the event is the failure of the Sheriff's officeto I of Florida student. Your Choice of Colors
composed of Mabel Clover Jacksonville serve subpoenas on the men The great council of Venice Miss Winton. daughter of the We InstallED
chairman: Hugh Allas-I.who were to serve on the cor ,passed an edict In 1562 making late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fred-
worth. Miami and Mrs. Herberta 'oner's jury. Mott was found dead black the compulsory color of rick Winton of Fernandina and i
Leonardy. Coral Gables. March 14 In a pasture near his ,gondolas; before that period they I graduate of Florida State College MAYO'S r
Speaking divisions include I home Northwest of Orlando. were a variety of colors. for Women with the class of '46. toO
asked that the detailed letter be 101 N. Main St. Tel.9.82 y
sent to relatives and friends she "Steam Cleaning Simonizing
r11i has often visited in Orlando Including I and Undercoating"
her uncle. L. D. Geiger: I
Coming Soon. her aunt. Mrs. W. H. Anderson;
. and cousin. Mrs. Stephen Zim- LUMINALLPAINTOne One-Unit
merman. Miss Winton also visited 1
her maternal grandmother the coat covers-Dries
late Mrs. J. J. Rhodes here in in 4 Hours.VALSPARVARNISH.

J 1l1I3 years Along past.the line of constructionand I Aid chosenover
housing her letter continues: Dries in 4 Hours. Hearing
tV&Pa4d '- "Tokyo waterfronts and Industries BAY STATEPAINTExterior
y..: v t were bombed out. but all
the big office buildings were left and Interior.
i'.X Intact in anticipation of the present -
: occupation. Wilson Leonard all others

4 """hd we regard as hovels in I
Hardware
America these people consider
MARGARET WINTON nice homes." she writes "and 12 W. Central Ph. 2-2187'
ENGEL writes from Tokyo people we think deserve welfare LEARN ABOUT Thehard-oC.hearincknowwbat
assistance of the greatest kind i
I i in aid.
they want a bearing
In America would be termed as I
9r BouqM.. well-off here. That ,shy they have given
Tim W.F.nana
If "I don't think I have seen 10 I ISeftofle Btltoneiu leadership.The rea
houses comparable to the comfort
ton:Beltone i ie fully containedin
of the standard American home.
Many of these hovels, however one small body-curved: case
have electricity as that is a cheap Used by more people no tangling battery -ires. no
commodity here. than/ all// other OneUmfHtoring separate battery case.Powerful
Other excerpts from her letter:
'
LOWER mouth to help hear whis*
GOX-O'NEAL "Women are so subjugated to Aids combined you
at COST LOANS men here that I have known of Bonded lea.email enough for you to
Installment Lean Dipt. their being pushed from street I Insured forget you wear it.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK 4th Horn
cars and killed In their attempt to
I
Get Fasdn ting REE looklet S Showing l> How Science Aids Dcofnitt

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6 West Church St. Phone 2.3097


I .E31FE! BUILDS t ro''ro0 oyorve sasB7 MAIL COUPON BELTONE FOR HEARING FREE BOOKLET SERVICE:


ra 1 6 W. Church St. Orlando Fla. 1
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WALKER 1 J" Det&MM u4 what moden science i itdoia.to rc ert it.M'CRORY'S .

EXTERMINATING CHEMICAL AND CO. I 1 J If-. /
the SOUTH
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OKIANDO.FLORIDA
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Pest Control Association


BUILDERS and LEADERS of 'e South have for half a century envisionedand

worked for a substantial,secure and progressive Insurance Company I

1 located and operated tn the South by Southern business men this is

your Gulf Life of Today.For 1/

thirty-rfx of the*. years Guff Life has aided In the progress of the South. Sound

investments in the. Southern economy have"helped finance Southern enterprise with
,
Southern capital.

10 01111 .P.': Gulf life acting for Its more than 1,000,000 policyholders, now has Invested nearly

$35/000,000 of its resources in first mortgages on improved real estate,U.S.Government,

state,county,and municipal bonds-all in our native South. brings you

I The future offers greater opportunity for development of the South and Gulf

__ Life.M 1946 all past records were surpassed,.and Insurance Force increased I
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e' uI'n pANCt Q\ !
$60,402,214 to a total of$370,749,687.. _N.''tf-; '. :$',

The financial statement here presented,clearly shows the continuing growth ;4geed4eedg4t 1

4 awl aej'fnglli of mi great and growing Southern Institution. .1, .
STATEMENT OF CONDITION I I

0.c.."r 31, 194* -'- '", NEW LOW PRICE **

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cell ..'.. .. . .' 2471,900.21

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BALLPOINT
.......St.l.s Ow.tRlsi.af. ,. .-. ,250,7'9t.77' t : = <

91.1.-Ce: ety- . 2J34G7'.16 A TOWERING PILLARSTRENTH i I !
MIMe"t..... . .- 21S.o37.o7 r I_ I _

a.nr..cIs. . . 1,056.743.00
IMRtie* . . .. 437,10X75

Moral Saving&Lee AMeaaHonsForoif 21,000.00 I r

*Oevemment . ,000.00 : PENS

Stocks . . . .. 2.661,022.63
(Common Mocks leftaToWy ...perconf of .
total ascot;

I First mot't' cj.s..iMpctVMi Reol Web >. 13473442.30 .

Root Estate Sold o*Contract . .. 5202.74 AND 'Ua4 S. t b,

Root. Estate(bKfctaUe;'M.O.) . .. ... "',420.00

PoUcyL..u...* . .... 1,473,123.21PremI. "- 4d 44 2 EACH

.eis Dv.....Metered . 1393240.92 PROTECTIONINSURANCE 1/4e zftocth'e cacal

Inforott Owe and....... . 206220.41

Mixonoftoow.30,125.22_ Guaranteed to writ up to two years with averageuse .

TOTAL . .. $35,167,07',69
without refilling 1

141(tt<<4 t.cLegal t
Dries instantly as H writes I
Reserve...AH Polido '. ,. $29,514.165.24

Protont Valuo of DitoWllty ashes . 51.747.17 e Writes smoothly on anY kind of paper or material
Funds loft i InTnist. and AMwitio. . 1762433.27 .

0.aili gttinu Duo cued.vepeu... . woN IF Will make six to eight clear carbon copte!l.' A f
ClolmRoporto4t Proof Not Kocolvod '. 73.501.00'
.
reoeluets cad/erat gift iw Aslwea. .. 671WS.oa iVrRsay. Dependable reliable -for office use. or school

.faTaxes . . 233,000.00 \ .
A..eta'Cash...... . . 141,4:3St r t students ITremendous. ",

InvsMnnt a_ . . Y F 61,192.00 a
makes this low price
pos
Other ilitlo ._ . . 314166.34 BETTER production

TOTAL . . $32,928,763.68 iII iIICoeNng.ncy sible! .

Reserve. $ 300,000.00Surplus FOUNTAIN-PEN
You can't afford to be without one at this price!
. .. 1,231.316.01
Capital.Stock .' 500000.00 COMPANYAddress .

Surplus forProtoctioiielanr l>cytioMor*. 2.231.316.01 ;'''' BETTER

TOTAL .. $3S67G79.69._ .

There is a eafu 11 itd 4IUl t. p. Oc See him TODAY 7'- a S. l n RE .

GULF MAN tjuae tIC ':7 Tomorrow is so often PENCIL

Near You! .. NII ac and of Loc d *.eat ..... v Too Late 1
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BOAT RIDE AND A PICNIC LUNCH ON A DISTANT SHORE are what these -I

: : think is an ideal way to spend a Spring day. ,"On board" are, left to right, Trish ,
Peggy Gatewood and Allan Jones, college students,. and Wilson Leonard, j
off from the dock-at the home of Trish's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Jones,
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old, old theme, which is as true today as in the Springs of yesteryear. Here we find
handsome Edward Langston, son of Mr. and Mrs. O H. Langston of 15T6 Lancaster -.
Dr:, calling on pretty Toby Tujmer'daughter! of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Turner of

Conway .Rd. Already this young man knows one way to a lady's heart is an attractive


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E TO THE OLD FISHING HOLE go three youngsters, eager to catch more HOE IN HAND, MRS. HERMAN GADE is a practical as well as beauteous gardner.
their dads can. From left to right, they are Billy Hammond, son of Mr. and Whether i it is annuals or cabbage plants, Mrs Gade's "green thumb" achieves
Ralph Hammond, standing; Jerry Moeller:, son of Mr.and Mrs. W. H. Ruen- miraculous effects and before long Mr. and Mrs. Gade and their three daughterswill
; Walton McJordan Jr., and Richard McJordon, sons'of Mr. and Mrs. Walton be enjoying green com from their own garden. The Gades came to Orlandoa
These,boys will ,take part in the Tropical 1 Charm.School Fashion Show little over a year ago from Jacksonville and purchased the home of Harry Withers
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today. at 1476 Grove Terrace, Winter Park.
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Contest Proves I Be, Judged at .SPt :1zg'ShoZll ..4t ) E EE

: SuccessfulUshering I A Spring Fashion Show today I I, Colleen Baxter. Johnnie Lister.
at 2 p.m. at Eola Park will be'':and Sissie Bethea.They will model -.i
In the Spring season mid-term examination for the ,the latest In Spring styles from
this past week was the Orlando :"students of the Tropical Charm : the Lohr-Lea Shop In: Winter
Garden Club's second annual ;;:School as well as an outstanding'''II Park and the Prances Slater Shopof

table arrangement contest which I I event for those- interested in a''', Orlando. ,' y 7fi-'s s -Fyn
attracted large crowd. of spectators preview of the coming season's i Young men who win model .
to Cox-O'Neal Furniture''
J[styles. fashions from Rutland's :Men'sStore' e
Co. during its two-day exhibit. I i
Participants in the contest were :. Students win be judged on their i are NImrod Webb. Jimmy. f
members of the nine circles of the modeling ability by Prof E. L. ,Wright, Conrad ,Miceikas. Dan
Garden Club, and the displays ..
Ebsen and Mrs. Charlene Ruen-. Henderson. Floyd Facundus ; ;rl
.consisted of of both attractive formal arrangements and informal -- : heck instructor. I II i Charles Stroud,Jim Coffey,Jimmy
tables. 'I Miss Patty Ann Michaels win' Price. Starvos Demopoulos and
The Beverly Shores :Circle received I i[begin the show by riding up to;a'Reed Morris. -

first prize for Its formal ,', bandstand on a horse dressedin J I Four young boys. Billy Ham- .. -.
table setting which preparedby '
was mond. Walton McJordan Jr,
I F Pryde.the and Mmes.W.W.J. P.Leppere.Yooss. R. 1. :Miss an Nancy English Boone style will riding render habit.a Richard McJordan and Jerry l } J l
Second vocal solo..Jerome Kern's "All The Moeller. 111 present the finale } ; k;
prize for formal tables I Things You Are.' of the fashion show. They win .:: ,
.' ;: :; ._.v.-;; Loomis went to C.the Leedy.Azalea who Circle.. Charm School students participating .'enter in playtime attire while the MISS PATTY, ANN MICHAELS
I: Photo:Tra ers charge of the setting Mrs.1 I In' the fashion show will 'I.plays Orlando"Summertime'Senior High from School"Porgy Band '. Is shown here on the horse from the Dubsdread Stables
include the Misses Louise Pen-
'CI I table- marghab linen cloth of corn land. Hazel Martin. Germaine Mc- and Bess." which she will ride in the Tropical Charm School's Spring
low
prismed, large with glass magnolia swan which pattern.formed The the I I Claskey. Janet Harrison Mary I Members of the Order of RaIn- Fashion Show tod.oy at 2 p.m. at Eola Park Miss Michaels, the
are small centerpiece was filled with calla Virginia Wolfe. Joy Jonnson. Mildred bow for Girls will distribute programs daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Michaels and a student at the
in and lilies and was accented with their I Martin. Margaret Gregory. and the Order of Demolay .charm school, will open the program by riding up to the bandstand
Patricia Lucille Cos- affiliates will traffic direc
Fitzgerald act
Co.; china is own glossy green leaves. White as and the built habit
utello.' Nancy Boone. Alice Bucher I tors. There will be no admission dismounting modeling custom .riding
2= [Continued On Page 11; CoL 1] I I I'Mary Ann Gray. Carolyn White charge. _she made herself with en,English pattern.

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Page 18 & -& Orlando, Florida, March 30, 1947 the pastor. The chorus choir win
PlansFounder's
Sorority Presbyterian assist In the music and Mrs.Theresa INGRAM &' INGRAM
Kochendarfer will sing a con-

Garden Club for and about Miss Durrance, Day Activities SetThis tralto Dendy solo.will preaCh On Friday-the sermon evening and Dr. ccraora OPTOMETRISTS.. MEAD'S
efJflM1'7ltJ11idaTRtlliE
I Mr. Harry Walter and Mr. Walter II
Nlfktt. (BBdlTV BttII4&n SIMIM
Contest SuccessContinued Complimented Banquet Here i WeekThe Menges duet. sing a tenor and baritone N. Ortata AT. PS.a. $334WWWW

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( From Page 17'] I % [) At Shower The executive board of AlphaXI I Woman's Auxiliary of the ,
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service plates were also-used together Delta alumnae chapter met First Presbyterian Church will observe -
Wednesday night at the home of I the Week of Spiritual Enrichment -
with Venetian glass gobletsIn By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor Miss Ann Durrance bride-elect Mrs. J. Wesley Fly. Plans were March 30-April 6 beginning ,
pale yellow. Silver candlesticks: of S. J. Moncrief was honor made for a Founder's Day ban- with a called meeting of
flanked the centerpiece, and there THE CLERMONT YACHT CLUB was the scene of a brilliant fashion guest Wednesday night when Mrs. quet to be held April 17 Instead of the executive board on Mondayat .
were small crystal swans at either : this week, featuring the latest Spring and Summer fashions., A. A. Anderson entertained with the regular April luncheon meet-I 11 am. in charge of the presi L
a shower at her home 608 Raleigh
i the Clermont ing. dent. Mrs. Marshall W. Boor. At UNUSUAL
Woman's Club
Sponsored by the highlight of the show|
end of the table. St. Assisting Mrs. Anderson were I, '
.. .... Mrs. Otis Lundquist was appointed 11:30: am. an Auxiliary Officers'
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wedding showing the "
was a scene "wA,
e :
: the Mmes. P. .1, Anderson and
Mrs. Walter Bass and Mrs. chairman of the local ,Training Class will be conductedby
)
George MacNamara of the bride and her attendants in fash- Curtis Lee. philanthropic project of collecting Mrs. A. C. Holt, wife of the
Lucerne Circle received third prizeIn ions for a Spring wedding. An Easter motif was used in clothes, books toys and furniturefor I pastor of the First Presbyterian
decorations
and refreshments. I
the formal A silver the parental home of Orlando. Church of Jacksonville. AU officers -
setting group. j j Mrs. Robert Marshall, Dickson Guests with the honoree included EASTER
bowl filled with Spring flowers Mrs. Wayne Harper was appointedto cause chairmen, and circle GIFTS
the Mmes W. J. Schuur, E.
and Ives fashion show director
the province chapter help com chairmen are urged to attend this
of iris, tulips, daisies and snapdragons M. Bessom. C. E.. McAllister.
commented on the styles from this mittee. I class. At 12:30 luncheon will be
was used as a center-j Charles L. Morgan. J. E. Boggs.
piece. The banquet cloth was of I Members of the executive board served in the dining room. At 1:15
j store as they were modeled by the Tony Santarsicco, Paul Shell. W. ,
embroidered ecru cut-work, and are the Mmes. Jack.Lyle. Leonard pm a special period of prayer Just 6
Shopping Left
the china used was Haviland I Mmes. D. A. Gaines, Jessie A. Andrews F s"p aw I M.Bessie Durrance Oglesby,, George Kathryn Balkcom Hender-, I Kier. James Brown Wayne Harper -I.I.I I and meditation will conclude the Days

Chambord. Heirloom crystal goblets 1 L. W. Watson, D. J. r Elsie Wesley Fly .and the Misses I program.
Opal MoncrIef Hinchey
cocktail glasses and ivory Hatcher Fred Wolf, Eve Kennerlyand y I son Evelyn West. A. H. Soowal. Jean Ruth Perry and Elizabeth Over- The Business Woman's Circle
street. No. 2 of the Woman's Auxiliary cf .
candles in silver candlesticks com-
John Stokes: the Misses Betty Moncrief, Bill Hart and Dewey I FOR
I the First Presbyterian Church will
pleted the arrangement. |Turville. Betty Vickers, Dorothy Pickett. The Misses Betty Little.Mftrie i hold ,
its April meeting on Tuesday -
table
In the group of informal : .
J.-, I
settings the Cherokee Park Circle, I iFrisz and Doris Bowen.' Little ", Oglesby Rosella Hall. Billy Choral ServiceThis at 8 pjn. at the home of Miss
with Mrs. Hudson P. Meachamand Betty Ann Baker, Doyle Turville Durrant Verna Lee and Evelyn Eleanor Roney 412 E. South St. ,
Mrs. Leslie Turner as decora- Delores Lee and Betty Jo Swartz McAllister also were present. ,Dr. M. C. Dendy will conduct the I All Members of the Familyfrom
tors, was awarded first'prize. The modeled the children's clothes. i I Afternoon Bible lesson for the group and ,
glass top table of wrought iron r> o rTtfRS. > '' Constitution Study I will install the newly-elected officers -
featured a centerpiece of gerbera A Choral Vespers Service will ; for the ensuing year. Mrs
daisies and yellow jonquils which } H. W. FARRELL will be Group Meeting Set be given by the choir of Knowles Clarence Peterson is the new pres- I
accented the smart yellow cushions hostess tomorrow at her home The Legislative Council and the Memorial Chapel, in the chapel ident of this young women's circle.
of the wrought iron chairs. on Mayfair Cir. when !she enter- Initiative and Referendum, two this afternoon, at 4:30 pjn. The Devotional services will be held I i
Russell Wright pottery served as 'I tains with a dessert bridge party j provisions of Model State Consti- choir will be under the directionof at the First Presbyterian Church ;
place settings. honoring Mrs: A.'J. Patrick, who tution of the National Municipal Dr. Christopher-. Honaas. Wednesday Thursday and Friday r j : Six to
Second prize in this group was 'I is here from New York. Mrs. PatMrs.. Robert Marshall League which are not part of I choirmaster, and Dr. Herman evenings at 7:30 o'clock in the Sixty
won by Mrs. Robert N. Heintzel- rick is the house guest of her ISOn. commentator for show Florida's, will be discussed by the Siewert will be at the organ. church auditorium to which the .
man of the Jasmine Circle. The program will be implemented 1"1 public is invited. Wednesday eve
Constitution Study Section of the
and daughter-in-law Capt. and Mrs.'R. H. Patrick, of 634 N. Thorn- 1
glass top table was bound with
League of Women Voters when it instrumental music. ning Dr. L. E. McNair. 'Pastor -
rush. Place mats were of green I" ton St. meets with Mrs. F. Emil Gramm J Emeritus will preach on"The Gar-j See them at a
fiber and the centerpiece was a With the visitor will be included the Mmes. W. W. Millard, A. L 1411 Hillcrest Ave.. Wednesday, Com Searcher Redeemer of of Hearts ear KM 1Thf > den of Gethsemane" and Mrs.'
green pottery set of angular sections I Loran R. H. Patrick, R. W. Doenges, R.A. Rollison, F. E. Potter F. M. at 3 pjn.Continuing. O With Hunter Doth Ul Spirit ) Bach Lydia Wheeler Baskin will rendera
filled with flowers and 'Jeff; the Misses Peggy Walton, Darleen Millard and Jan Rollison. assignments will be Jna.How. LprelT Bread U*thy f Life Dwelling Place)) Brahma/1 soprano solo. Thursday evening UNIQUE SHOP
foliage whose colors harmonizedwith This week Mrs.Patrick entertained at her home on Thornton St. reported as follows: unicameral I I' communion will be observed anda I
the entire display. Quaint in honor of her houseguest, with an attractive luncheon. Legislature Mrs. George A Poor Wayfaring StrvncerArr.uI communion message given by
candle holders with green candles n o o Young; committee procedure, C'j Jack.on-oatwooot jt
were also an added attraction.The I There li a Balm in GiJ..ad-Arr. Dawioo I i
Merritt Park Circle Mrs. MR. AND MRS. ALONZO S: Woodward of 731 Putnam St. will cele- Willard Botts; How laws are I Wonder As I Wander-Arr. Niles' II s
in the Florida Legislature Mrs. 1.1 Sweet Little Jesus EOT-MacOlmser Home & Hobby House ...
Claude J. Nelson in charge, received their golden wedding anniversary today with an open houseat II ,
P. Flournoy the a"nd DO YOU I II HAVE ADIPSY
personnel
third prize for its arrange- their home. Their friends are invited to call between 2 and 5 p.m.i ; I ni I I
make-up of the coming session of Lord. We Cry to ThZwln.UI 1115 E. Colonial Drive
ment of a table set Informally for I I I The Woodwards were married March 30. 1897. in Greene Iowa. They I the Legislature, Mrs. Frank Cul- Jesus Wept-BiHtnti [) !J
two with shell pink tulips as a 1 came to Orlando In'1924. Roland C. Woodward of Chicago and DoyleK. Let Out thy of the Blessed Depths. Splrlt-TKh.ut-Arkhantelsky: I DOODLE( ? I I '-' In the Heart of Colonial(own"Svyeeffieart"
centerpiece and harmonizing with Woodward of Orlando are their two sons, and they have six grand- len.Those interested in this studyare I Father Most Holy- Christiansen .
the pink of the fruit cocktail children and three great grandchildren.n invited. Lord. We Will be Olad-Moiari i iI 1
I Vesper Hymn-BortD1.nsky
glasses and table mats. A potted n o J
plant was suspended as a decora-
tion under the table. MRS. CATHERINE ROULSTONE Is leaving Wednesday for a visit
The prizes which include first relatives and a vacation in California. She will return by
prize. $50; second $25; and third, way of Denver, Colo., where her family is having a reunion, and expects I
$17.50. were presented to the six I'I to be gone until next Fall. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Filmore of
winning circles by Cox-O'Neal Co. Miami are stopping here to visit Mrs. Ernest Pechin on their way back
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Mrs. W. W. Baker of the Gar- ', from a visit in New Orleans this week. Mr.Filmore, a noted composer,
den Club, was in charge' of the is president of the American Bandmasters'Assn. '
Mrs. Pechin also has
affair. I as her guests for a few days Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rice, who motored i'S I
down from Huntsville, Ontario Canada. Mr. Rice is founder and /J
Unity Church Gives editor of the Huntsville Forrester.' M'i@eA
Holy Week ScheduleThe o o o I I Ir
MRS. E. G. RICH, Mrs. John Lipthrott and Mrs. Ida"Lestwich have
Rev. H. Parsons, .
Carolyn from Tampa,where they were delegates to the three-day I'f
minister of the Unity Church. 503
53rd annual meeting of the Women's Missionary Union at the Flor-
S. Orange Ave. will speak at the ida
11 ajn. devotional service this Baptist Convention. The three represented the First Baptist .
morning on the Palm Sunday Church of Orlando.. Eldon Baker and Guy Howard, of Baker Busi- "
topic. "Thy King Cometh." ness University, Flint Mich. accompanied by Mr. Baker's sister, Mrs.
The Holy Week schedule will be Maude Black and his niece Mrs.Effie KImel of Winterset. Iowa, have
M follows: Monday. 10 am. class been visiting In Orlando for several weeks. They also visited Mr. and
. in "Lessons In Truth. Monday 8 Mrs. Elwood Foote and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Olmstead in Orlo Vista.
pm.. class in "The Principles of


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3 p adapted to music from the !scripture %.. -1c

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be at 8 pjn. at the church. fp. Iat

Mrs. Christine Baldwin is choir

the director and Mrs. Elizabeth Cole. [ :. ,
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Louise Brown soprano; Mary

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tenor; and Ed Langley baritone.

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candles will be observed, one candle -
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la Easter

I We have already shipped dozens -
of Easter gifts North and
I West. Everything from a pair
I of hand-decorated chests and
I a Silver Service to real linen .
i handkerchiefs at sixty cents.
To say nothing of a flock of
f'I I I ducks and Easter chicks, a litter c

I of rabbits and several mu- ... .
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Little Lady Cosmetics

I In gay Easter wrappings make
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'I' little girls' hearts go pit-a-pat
and mothers say they help in
i making little girls tidy. For
i little boys there Is a very masculine '-
I box with the same purpose .. with its bewitching little.covere'd toes ;
i, containing soap tooth-
them paste anywhere.and shampoo. We ship it's the oo-Ia-Ia in high fashion!


New Linger! .
$22.95 .
In sizes 32 to 40. These!! fit V-ifc. -
r beautifully-slip and gowns Ws '
both. : ;
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Flattering' Jewelry "' .

i In silver and gold with and ".- : ;...,:. .". ,, '.
without stones, less than two ;! ',:
dollars and also a great deal .-.J.
more, for we have received some ,>. << ,,11\

Georg beautiful Jensen new Inc.pieces from i ,d.I-' .i White doe skin piped with black s :': :.

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weights. Especially popular for : :.. Red calf piped with white., .., .
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this season.Also full size throwsIn '
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:. Only One More Week Tea. Table Rollins Players ActivitiesThis '


r Till/ Easter Will Present WeekActivities r

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Judy-Jim still has a' .1 Chatter of the Orlando Army ft i- -

'Antigone'The Air Base Women's Club and the
: wonderful collectionof
Officers' Club. OAAB. this week
; Children's Easter Clothes If CYNTHIA HOFFMANN Rollins Players will present j are as follows: I Smart Clothes
Young AUTREY "Antigone." by Jean Anouilh. "DAY-oAAB Women's Club bovla at !

r:: for last minute shoppers. son HOFFMANN.of DR. and is MRS.celebrating CARL his D.I r translated Into English by Lewis I OAAB p.m. Bowline Alley at 7JO: for.

I Galantiere. at the Annie Russell .
eighth birthday today. Easter ;TUESDAY: -OAAB Wom n'. Club Welfare I .:
Theater next week.: The play '
will Group meets from 8 30 a m to .-
For Little Girls: Dainty dresses and pinafareSbonnets :: bunnies already have been by" open on Tuesday night at ', 12 noon at.Red Cross BulldiM I
.
on the base.WEDNESDAYWowewa
their place on Edgewater Dr. so Tots and Teens
.
lace trimmed undies and pastel socks. when his young friends arrive p.m.and run through Saturday.It Club Book Clubmeets :
is directed by Donald Allen. .at 2 p m.in Mara lounge .
for the birthday party this after- I This ln| or1l.,...' Club. Game party: at \
presented
version was
Eton suits
For Little Boys: Candy striped gabardine noon they will hunt for Easter B pm tlaln Louaie Officers' I I'
New York last year with Katherine Club. for members and f Exquisite
1-6 suits and gayly colored sport suesta.
size pastel pique eggs In the garden. Autrey'saunt Cornell' as Antigone and THURSDAY-W omen'a Club Bridie Club.meets .
suits. and uncle.LOTTIE MAE and at 2 p.m. at Officers' ,Ill i $ Hand-Made Dresse*
Cedric Hardwicke: as Creon. The Club. ,
WALTON REX. returned Thurs- language and allusions are com- SATURDAY-Reialar Saturday: night danreat 1. PiquePoke
For Toddlers: A special group of pastel and white day "front their gala trip to New Officers1 Club from C p m.
pletely modern but the story is) to 1 a m., with Don McEmber Bonnets
cotton dresses, fully made, generous hem. Only York' and we're anxious to get a r' : that of the Sophocles tragedy. I orchestra furnishing the music: i
few thousand words on it from a Good Looking s
2.98. M "Antigone" was one of the few I 'i
Lottie Mae And well pass the
highlights on to you.Summertime new plays produced in Paris under I I NEW LOCATION Suits for Little
the German occupation. The play tt
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The Judy-Jim'Shop to this Florida a drama of tyranny had to be so i DR. G. W. MENTZCHIROPRACTOR Boys

Cracker means okra and zinnias. presented that it was acceptable

382 N. Orange AT. TeL 2.1201 | so we can be forgiven if we doa to the Germans as an up-to-date II I: 19 W. Washington St.

lot of raving during the Spring- version;! of an ancient tragedy. I 120 S. Court St.
IS ::vf.
OOOOOOOOOOdOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOdOOOOOOOOOOOOOO time season of azaleas and orange This delicate operation was performed -
... blossoms and such. Azaleas in successfully but the Inhuman -

brilliant hues and other Spring forces at work in the
;
s flowers decorated the Rosalind V .drama are extraordinarily like

[ Club for its Thursday afternoon ".'v., ..1.those nightmare corps the SS and I SEA HORSE SHELL SHOPBeautiful
ANNOUNCING bridge-tea and at the end of the > the SA. "Antigone" is an illustration ; -
bridge game MRS. HENRY ARM- of the wise saw and modern
assortment at Choice Shells-.
I STRONG had high score. MRS. cys.c., :instance "All power corrupts and I
I HENRY HALL .low, and the tea : I absolute power corrupts abso- Shellcraft Supplies and Shell Jewelry.

; I guest prize went to MRS. FLOR- lutely." Shellcrafters, come in and see our Corsages!
OPENING- ENCE HUDSON. The prizes were s In the Annie Russell produc- I
stationery and the boxes were tion Antigone will be played by FREE INSTRUCTION TO BEGINNERS

done up in JOSEPHYN DOLTVE'S I Madge Martin who has returned Work table for our customers to copy any"'
distinctive style with real Easter MISS SYLVIA MAE TURNER to Rollins after serving an apprenticeship -I piece of jewelry we have in the shop. .

eggs on top. .". The tea hour was April bride-elect. I. with the Cleveland
highlighted by a program of three Players. Ed Waite who will be HOURS -

piano numbers by ELOISE FISH- remembered for his performanceas MONDAY: 12 Noon to 9 P.M. ___
Miss.
and the other
BACK talented daughter of MR. I Natchez 30-acre farm day Turner-Ward Col. Rogers in "Mark Train."I TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY: AJII. to 6 P.M.

We Feature and MRS. G. B. FISHBACK. about they purchased three miles a from town. I will Cleante play in the Creon. Bill Barker 1232 29th St. South Orange BlossomTraDWfflllOlffll
Eloise is a student at Orlando current productionof
Custom MadeChildren's School and her sister The house is one of English style "Tartuffe" is Haemon Creon'sson
'i.; Senior High
architecture be
and
they'll moving Engagement
MARY JO equally talented is a : and Antigone's lover and Ann
out there in a couple of weeks.
Craver star of
Dresses student at University of Ken- 000 "Christopher
.. latter. returns today I Bean." is the nurse.
tucky. The AnnouncedMrs.
I The J. .J, have
I cf tss McINTYRES I Josette
c and during the Spring holidaysshe I Stancm. Mrs. Grant In
been
spending the season in Dubs-
has had as her houseguest. dread and this week will see their Alice Turner of 1406 Har- "Mark Twain. will make her appearance -
MILDRED HENRY of as Isemene. and Wesley s
: her cousin. return to their country place. wood Ave. announces the engagement -
to Duke Univer- Davis, Christopher Bean's doctor
Boston who goes and approaching marriage -
Hobby Horse Farm near Roanoke '
sity. Thursday night the visitorwas Va. of her daughter Syvia Mae will be the voice of doom as the

Dressmaking s l honor guest when Mary Jo ,l 000 j to Earl Allen Ward son of Mr. Chorus. !
entertained with boat: trip Bob Williams Jim Bedort a.
a. and Mrs. U. A. Ward ol 112 Ferris -
Alterations ADMIRAL and MRS. JOHN
through the chain ol Winter Park,: Dr. Jack Belt and Pearl Jordan are I !t &
t BEARDALL I were honor guests t
z lakes and a picnic supper. i The wedding will be an event of also in the cast.
9 I i Friday night: when ELLA WELLS
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Tickets for
being music major I "Antigone" may be
Without even a
and JIMMY MILLIGAN had a few April 13 at 4 p-m., at Broadway
Mary Jo recently received a bid Methodist Church. had from the Annie Russel Box
friends for dinner of New England
to Phi Beta honorary music and The bride-elect attended schoolsin Office Winter Park 333 and from

., fine arts fraternity.000 i I I I broiled lobster 000, no less. II Akron, Ohio and is associated Edna Hotel.Paul.Orlando Mezzanine.5366. San Juan I : .

II ALICE JEAN FIEDLER. 10yearold '' Among the informal gatheringsof with the Southern Bell Telephoneand .
the weekend is the cocktail Telegraph Co.
Architect
S daughter of Creative Writing
Mr. Ward attended Orlando
which
1// HOWARD D. FIEDLER and MRS. party this afternoon at
SALLY and DAVE LAYTON are I II {I schools and' served for nearly Course
All Sorts of FIEDLER was a guest soloist at three Set at RollinsAt
'I entertaining. SALLY HOWARDhad years with the U. S. Navy
last
Kiwanis Club
I the Sanford a few friends in for luncheon He is also 'connected with the the request of many Orange
Things; For Tots Wednesday. She sang "I'm Always -
telephone company in Orlando. County teachers the special adult
Friday for her sister. TISSY -
Chasing Rainbows" and 7
"Easter Parade" and she was HARDWICK. here from Cleveland, I education course in creative writing ..... ,
,
I forced to give an encore for the Tenn. .DELANEY WAY JR. arrived Zimmerman SpeakingAt conducted at Rollins College! } ihmtped get cross :
by Prof. Edwin Granberry will be
yesterday by plane from ud.chlia 10K
;
latter number. Last October she
Rollins AssemblyWalter continued during\ the Spring term.
Lexington Va. where he is a 1 f -'cl-med.r--
made a hit when she at the -
sang The class will meet Tuesday at I : S 95bkrcuite ;/
at and Lee. C
freshman Washington :
Alice Zimmerman of the t
WDBO birthday party.
4:45: :>> in Woolson
pjn. English:
Featuring this week the darling little dress called Jean is a fifth grade pupil at Hell spend the Spring holidays World Service staff YMCA. will house. Registration is being held mincelous -

The Rhumba Dress" with all the frills to make Hillcrest School. here. MR. and MRS. HARRY address a special Rollins College at the registrar's office, Carnegie ;':' medal with f

f her proud. 000 NORRIS PRITCHARD of Evans- student assembly Wednesday at Hall. The fee for 10 meetings Is / long chain. pA' t
: ton. HI. the weekend guests of
are
I HARRIET FORD and 9:40: a.m. $35.
I' JOHNNY WILLIAMS own a farm! RUTH and BILL LEEDY. The He will speak and answer questions I
i As you know they are living in Pritchards are en route from relating to social. ehgiouaand p
Avon Park where they have been political affairs in India and F

!. Ferris FashionetteFormerly I EXPERT vacationing. LOUISE FUQUAleft Southeastern Asia where he has j BOYTE $650Sterling
last week for Tallahassee to "
Ii WATCH REPAIRING worked since 1930. He recently I silver f
Join her husband BEN FUQUA. returned to the U. S. after 27 i Termite and Pest Control_ Rosary beads,heavy *
College Park Modiste Shoppe Specializing in Swiss and Amer- who was recently appointed to the i' months of war emergency work I 221 S. Main St. eight; gift taxed.
ican Watches. 8 Days Service. secretariat of GOV. CALDWELL.
Phone 7738' I 000 (and service as YMCA liaison officer 9532

'. : Florence Ferris. Prop. 2202 V Edgewater Drly. ORLANDO JEWELRY MR. and MRS. RANDOLPH with the Southern Army. i 1
256 S. Orange. Corner Jackson The assembly is sponsored bY
LAKE of Forest Lake. Wis., who
the
International Relations! Club

...: ..._....><. ... .:: are got together Winter visitors a group!in of Orlando Rollins, I i at Rollins. I Dr. Paul M. Kessler

grads for a surprise dinner partyIn
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ij honor of popular DEAN AR- you know Is GORDON GIF- Optometrist OVER / FLORIDA
Vii .. THUR D. ENYART the other FORD'S mother and I
one of the 201 Church and Main Arcade 119 S. Orange A>e.
: evening at the Hotel Wyoming. highlizhts of their stay here was I I
r Mr. Lake was a member of the when Gordon took them up In his Il'psUirt Phone MM 1\I\i (: po'ME' IF PI-'IRf'D )
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'. HOLIDAYS ,Orlando, Florida, March 30, 1947 itllr &nnbag mttnrl-i'tar Page 21\

;- The" Cathedral School will be Mrs. Britt 1

Closed Thursday and 'Friday of Mays Juanita Mackey, Jane Arnold I Simonton. Catherine Torrance.

this week and also Easter Monda)'. Honor GuestAt Wi11ter Park Choir GivingMendelssohn Margaret Nicholson. Mar- 1 Peggy Vaughan Marcia Fox.

garet Powers Rebecca Philips Kathryn Wilder. Marjorie Yar- I IFor
I I. Gondolas the c c rtstiCb.ye1.DCeS Shower Woman's Club Polly Rowe Linda Saunders. Jean brough. Margaret Hampton Jane

; of Venice were used Ty Saunders Joy Skidmore. Elizabeth Hood and Suzanne Rountree.

as far back as 1094.NOTICE. Mrs. Winston Smith was hos- : ;
tess Thursday night when she en- : To Hear Dr. Liu Oratorio Today

tertained with a bridal shower in The Winter Park Woman's Club I The oratario. "Elijah" by Mendelssohn

+ fconor of Mrs. Agnes Britt who is will have as guest speaker on will be given at First Quick Service
'Wednesday: at 10:30 am.. at the I I 1 I
to be married April 4 to Harry Methodist Church today at 7:30:
We are now in position to Kasper. I club house. Dr. Wu-chTUu. dis-
immediate service on tinguished member of the Rol- pm. The adult choir will be assisted I
offer The party was held at the hos- '
that; repair Job you have tess' home. 31 W. Pennsylvania :v. lins college English department.Miss by the girls' treble choir In'I II Call 7862No
waited for so long. No Job Ave where decorations were of : -4: Margaret Moore chairman I'this presentation under'the direc- I
. too large no I Job too small. of the International Relations department
yellow Spring flowers. I I .. tion of Jesse Pedrick Baker organist -.]
includedher of the Club will introduce Delay
gladly given With the honoree were and director.
Estimates mother Mrs. Lulu Rogers and Dr. Liu whose subject; will be I
3 years to pay the Mmes. Edward Rogers. John "A New Crisis in Sino-American This will be the third performance i Or /if you prefer
Carow Martin Fisher. Clarence Friendship." i I of the oratorio at the church. j
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:: ,a. E. HUDSONGeneral Rogers Roy Smith. P. E. Pen- ':. ; ( Dr. Liu is a graduate of Law- Soloists will be: Lucile BishoP'l 1 CASH & CARRY, 10% DISCOUNTBLAND'S
Contractor berthy. Henry Sunonds and the rence College Appleton Wis.. and Ann Rogers soprano: !
Misses Katherine Fisher and took post-graduate work at Yale is. contralto; Edwin Carstensen. II. |
113* W. Church .
Ph. 2-44ST Frances Britt. University. He then went to I.I. George Kramer. tenor: Louis Can-
1 Kunming here: he taught in the dedo William Carlton. bass. LAUNDRYEast
1 a university, then to Chungking I
!I Other members of the choir are:
I I when his home was bombed in the Betty Reese Chappell Stella Hil- Colonial Drive
i war. He is the author of a number 1 Hildebrand. Fannie
debrand. Sara
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:" ,.Y\ ,lof i books some poetry and has Bell Oestricher. Peggy Vaughan

.-:. ." :- ,, ,'.:,;. ..::,: 'r1' x j .: Jf: .. (books.translated Since a coming number to of Winter other I I Pickles Ellen Haler Olive Laura Sikkenpa.Nelson Mary Ruth
1
I i Park. Dr. Liu has lectured at var- Suydam. Ellen Reiff Virginia Lee
I
i.'.t H- .. jh I lious groups in Florida including.Brenaman Zinta Langston Mary

the Lions Kiwanis. Women's Hubbard Clio Metcalfe. Mabel
The Lyre. a jew e4 ,d l J)1; Clubs College and Navy students.' ITewton. Georgia Raun. Jean MIA LEE of Florida
I.;J I He recently presented Dr. Wellington Vaughaa. Dorothy Smith Iris I
with lyric loveliness. ,. ,,, #Ii Koo. Chinese Ambassador Hubbard.. Muriel Devm. Harold
-: when he received his honorary degree Torrance. Robert CUrrie. Dr. B. E.
Sparkling harmony ,>:t/i..l llif1I. Lh' Wj ;, itMRS. from Rollins. Winter Park Taylor, Earle Raun. Dr. Robert
staling i gold f finish Zto '..W>> < : feels the Liu family belong to Tolle. Dr. Richard Chace. Ford LIIljU; f
4 4ow
Winter Park since two of Dr. Liu'ssisters Rogers.
metal set with brilliantMoldcolored RALPH EDWARDS WILLIAMS and one of Mrs. Liu's 1 Members of the girls' choir are:'

stones married Saturday. brothers attended Rollins Collegein Jean Baker. Elizabeth Barber
1 Mrs. Williams is the former Elizabeth Anderson, doughter the early '30s. Their daughter. Carol Clark. Jean Elaine Daley. 441 Park Ave., N.
and rhinestones. Shirley is a pupil at the elemen- Frances Glover Laura Hildebrand.
of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Anderson of Raleigh, N. C. tary school and has already mas- Carma Jean Loucks. Carolyn Winter Park s

.Ewing* to match., Her marriage to Mr. Williams, the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. tered the English language and

.L Williams of this.city, took place Saturday in Okeechobee. Upon ways of school life. 1

returning from their wedding trip to Miami, Key West and liam On Trufant Friday at Foster 3 pjn-chairman, Mrs. Wil-of The Whistling Oyster

Cuba, the couple will make their home in Vero Beach where the Department of Literature of

Mr. Williams is connected with the American Fruit Growers, the Winter Park Woman's Club
Inc. will introduce Dr. William Yust
I former librarian of Rollins College -
who will speak on "The '
Power of the Printed Page." 'I Bis f
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Miraculous Violinist
Young An outstanding musical event
for Wednesday. April 9. at 8 pjn. I

Will Play Here Next Monday\ at the Winter Park Woman's Club
... will be the piano concert by Flor- 1
ence Brinkman Boynton noted
Isaac; Stern the miraculous musician. The Youth Committee
young violinist who plays a Bad Really Fine Gifts (
:of: the club Mrs. P. C. Reece
unaccompanied sonata on hi
hairman. is sponsoring the ap- l
Stradivarius in a way to win "tlr 4 ,
earance of Florence Boynton Jensen Silver-Marghab LinenSpodeWedgwoodCastleton
kind of applause usually reserve a roceeds which will go towardshe
for some virtuoso stunt of derringdo -
l proposed Youth Center in the
," [las Olin Downes reported las' Swedish Crystal-Mark Cross \
:ity. i I
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!season in the New York Times Mary Chess-etc. ]lfli Ou3'rtAt' ] at 1
knows his modern music too. I

The "virtuoso extraordinary." Garden Club This Week's HighlightsStraw \

who comes to the Municipal Audi 69 9s L,
tOrium April 7 in the last concertof Hat Boxes
the Central Florida Civic Musi' Circle NoticesThe /{ iai .
Assn. Series. proved this beyon'a Castleton and Wedgwoodfor urw. ew

doubt when he and his accom various circles of the Or- immediate delivery' CET'en.pSTt .
panist. Alexander Zakin offere' ando Garden Club will meet this
, I I the world premiere last season r d reek as follows: Chromium Tie Rack ( t, a3.' itittd
the "Sonata-1939" of Paul Hin for closet door
I demith. Beverly Shores circle will meet

I Stern has always included nev nth Mrs. Ray Martin 873 Not- Easter Toys and Cards

$32'.50 CttAFYfhu music in his programs. "I thin vingham Rd. Friday; Cherokee. Closed on Saturday

San. it's one of the major functions of ISAAC STERN Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz. 730 Florida Afternoons
.
0 a young artist to reflect his times."
.i saYS the 26-year-old "master fid Civic Music Assn. star ,I, Ave.. Friday at 10:30 am.; Lucerne The Whistling Oyster label
Mrs. A. M. Craig. 1328 adds distinction to your gift.
dle-player.: "Not Just to be able,,
it again in Montreal and in Boston Spring Lake Dr. Wednesday at I
to say you've done your duty by week after the Festivalin 10 am. Mrs. E. M. Newald will On patio reached from 120 N.
and. a
the, moderns though-you've got honor of the composers 50th talk on the Natchez Garden Pil- Orange and 35 W. Washington Miami Beach Fort Lauderdale Coral GablesSimpson's
to believe in it. But it shouldn'tbe
birthday offered it to his CarnegieHall :grimage. College Park. Mrs. J. B.
too hard to find in the musicof
: ;2& .works audience on Dec. 9 for its Lawton 223 E. Robinson. Friday I

that your have own meaning contemporaries for you." first public hearing in New York. I at 10 a.m. I ......,..................--:.............
Montreal found the work "bril- Jasmine. Mrs. Donald Hookom. "Ours Alone" Collection"Easterright 1I'
Mr. Stern might have pointedto liant" and understood readily "the Nela Isle, U ajn.: Lan- ,
his record of the past season I I .y'J.O ,
.. reason why the performance of caster Park, Mrs. A. Fender, j
...--0 alone when he introduced not this sonata has been entrusted to 1304 Shorewood Ave.. from 2 to 4 II /
only the new Hindemith- work buta Isaac Stern and Alexander Zakin. pjn.; Mrs. C. R. Miller will give a I :
rhapsody of Bela Bartok the Boston acclaimed "a modern ex- talk and show slides on "Gardensin
_, second Bartok rhapsody he has ecutant and a modem composerin Hawaii": Azalea. Mrs. Frank 1 ; for Easter bright
L : .4' to New York and other I
1 : ; presented O'Brian 1315 W. Princeton. Tuesday i
,..t-".... '. !4. -r. audiences. full glow of expression. i i
at 1:30: It will be a
The program for next Monday'sconcert pm.
Hindemith work, offered to
The
luncheon meeting. I
is as follows: :
him in manuscript by the composer L
when the Juilliard School of ,Sonata In 0 MinorGiuseppe Tartlnl II
n. II
Music:; invited Mrs Stem to playin Symphonic. EpaIDo'Edouard Lalo CONTEMPORARY ART
its Hindemith Festival so excited MajorIOpus -
the violinist that he couldn'twait Sonata In D 94 ,
-Serge ProkoflrffJV P /
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until the Festival in December -I I CENTER STREET GALLERY I .s' v
to play: it for the first time, Dance National 2 DancesSlavonic I
Mo. in E Minor
.s .H but asked permission to give it Dtorak-Krrfolrr
its first performance before a favorite Tijuca (Brazilian Tango) Milhand-LrTT 9 to 5 100 Center Street '
.r, Hungarian Dance No. 11BrahmaJoaehimJots
r audience of his. a chamber
fc:!nuel de FallsHoedown.
to I IrJ music group at the University of from "Rodeo" Aaron Coplanj WINTER 'PARK
I V. I
ORyF Chicago in November. He played I Carmen Fantasy Bizet-Waxman
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ratOrlando Florida March 30 1947 South but will be returned direct?
Page- 22 till Jtantera Yale ,Glee Club to New York when the show 1]

'........." " " " closes. !
.. ,I Prof. Hugh McKean. director of
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HereMonday CONCERT 'OFSACREDMUSIC6y
I Singing the Morse Gallery, will give 'the .
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/ Complete your 1
/ Plans to welcome the Yale Club. AT WINTER PARK

which will give a concert Mondayat sit sed) 114 Nor Far *vs.
On aWoek start wt Hx P.st.ff1.5
Easter Ensemble / I 8:15: pm."in Annie Russell '. Handkrcnlefs "- Presented
Theater were virtually completed
today at Rollins College. The t4v 5AnftLIAEfS
i Plastic Jewelry, hand drilled and hand painted i:I Glee Club is expected to arrive in A CAPELLA CHORUSof

something unique in jewelry. i ir Winter Park tonight.

/ I A round of entertainment has lali0RT6RB :

Attractive Costume Jewelry of the better type. I : been arranged for the Yalemen S 16.wd6aty ,
starting with breakfast tomorrow
/ a a Monogrammmg _
a morning at the student center.
1
Easter Gift! Novelties Special events will be climaxed LINEN GIFTS Southern Missionary College
? from to 6 tun. when Pres. Hamilton I I

A'.large assortment of beautiful_ ; --i Holt of Rollins is host. at a ere easy to pack .no' .ajy to ship.
/ tea at his home. .... Memorial Junior High
Scarfs and Dickies The visiting students will be liiitMled Handkerchiefs
taken sightseeing during the day Fingertip Towels School '
and golf, tennis canoeing and Guest Towels I
swimming have' been arranged for tread Tray Covers 1 Rosalind and Washington
1 the guests. fridge SetsLuecke
A student reception committeeis Sets
/ Bats by 144 N. // composed of Howard Fisher. Linen Pillow CosesWe Friday, April 4, 7:30: P. M.
/ OrangeAre. e. iy Bill Maguire. Joe Master Gordon Gift Wrap
/ Loa1se SpfClA1TY Sl OP i .v Tully and Dick'Yard. I Lookers Wekom We nay tempt. Public Invited. Seats Free
They will be assisted by Dorothy f
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Aubinoe. Connie Bogardus. Marcia kq. Michigan, m the Summer i
................................................ Huntoon. Joyce Jungclas. Ho Lorenz -
Alice O'Neal. Betty Rosen-
quest and Mary Lou Sommer.
The concert tomorrow night.Is
being sponsored jointly by Rollins a
r College the Winter Park University -
4 Club and Yale alumni in this --

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additional feature will be the i

t->>,. rl ':" ":' singing of several songs by a groupof
Yale alumni over 60 years of
MISS VIRGINIA DICKINSON COLLINS I age. headed by 99-year-old Gen.

her betrothal told. Charles McCormick Reeve, Yale's
oldest living graduate.
Now is the Time & Tickets are on sale at the Annie

To Think of a Miss Collins Will Become I,Russell The program box office: tomorrow.

Mother of Men _. Seth Bingham
AMERICAN FOIE SONGS:

: Spring ScarfSuperb Bride of Mr. Bryan In JuneOf I From A Huh-Revln.BarbarY Boston. Harbor._ Traditional*Charade.
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Old Paint :: ::. -----.Co-wb Son
a interest throughout the ,, at Tallahassee. She was a member Sourwood! Mountain.
frostingfor State is the announcement being + sorority the Phi Beta Kappa and ENGLISH FOLK SONGS: 'itJi.WiMtitW : *t;,
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Mr.
made today by
Song of toe
your Suitor Harry Lee Collins of Umatilla of Phi Kappa Phi honorary sororities.I I BlacksmithArr.. Ousts Hoist \\1 1l
,and of the Tarpon Club. I II The Turtle DeY.-Arr. vaughn Williams =
Dress the engagement of his daughter.I I I I SONGS OP FINLAND:
Mr. Bryan attended Carson
r Miss Virginia Dickinson Collins Newman College Jefferson City I Sin PaD.I. Maiden.___ Slut. Selim P.lmlreD l SENSATIONAL VALUES gf.jt.
Grover Cleveland Bryan son
to
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of Mr. and Mrs. George William Na Blhtl Tfm.
Bryan of Cleveland. Tenn.: for five years to the U. S. Army 1 1 I ,0 Tremslnho H. Villa Intros ::::::::;:: : .: nd their f::::: ..

NV The wedding will be an eventof Transport Command, attaining WHIFFENPOOF8 INTERMISSION OF 1947: tt! y'ur andc/.a./ the decks fOr 16th !bt: !', ..._.eufu) iWI n;
the rank of major. At presenthe fresh
Flamin Mamie
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June and plans will be an- Mavournttn.Ohk LAST .. "
is attending the University of "

----- nounced The bride-elect later. graduated from the Florida Phi Delta where Theta he is fraternity.a pledge to. 80NOS,Whltffnpoof! BT OF Jlntoj.TAU Sang I I wilfi S A V I H G Ifffft.r

Florida State College for Women Heath .the Elms. CALL ::::::::;:;: so :-:::::;:
Shall t wasting In Despair.
i St. Luke's The Noah' Battle.of Wtbstr the Books. I ;;;;:: UP T '0 % ::i i'I

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w Easter Carolina.Wake. Freghman. Wake car. ..
AnnouncesSchedules Bright College[Yean. If' PLEAS! COMI 1AJUT
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NATURAL. HUDSON BAY AND RUSSIAN SABLE 1 I I Exhibit OpensAn

Look your best ; The schedule for Holy Week at exhibition of non-objective
WILD MINK Easter Sunday .... the Cathedral Church of St. Lukeis .art. lent by the Museum of Non- '
with a Helene I '3 Objective Art, New York opened
RANCH MINK By -I Curtis I Wave.Special : } as follows: I yesterday at the Morse Gallery.
Mender-7:3O ..m4 Holy Communion; 10 Rollins College. It will remain
BAUM MARTEN halI i J II. $8.00 \ I .m.Tuesday..Holy-Communion.7.30 .m.. Holy Communion: view through April 16 and the gal-on I. RADIOS RECORD PLAYERS .-

STONE MARTEN ;) .Q.teuesKOLINSJtY 10 am* Holy Communion. lery will be open daily from 2 to -
Wednesday-7:30 a.m. Holy Communion: 5 p.m. weekdays and from 3 to r; Reg. Sale
We also glyeMachineless 10 a m.. Holy Communion. -
6 pjn. Sundays. Gallery talks will Pop-far! Make Table Model Radio __ 78.60 39.50.$
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Communion: 10 a.m.. Holy Communion: \ Popular Make Table Model Radio ._ 34.95 22.95 =
Cold Waves 0 p.m.. Lenten evening service with Bishop pjn. w
Louttit preaching onr..aehln.. ofhe The exhibit Is composed of 4C Popular Make Table Model _. .______ 79.50 49.95 5
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Church. this MinI the last of the series
Fur Co. .FRANCESBEAUTY and will be devoted to a Preparation for paintings .none of which repre- !5 Popular Make Automatic Record Player 69.95 49.95 ==

the Good Holy f'rIClaJ-'l:30 Communion."a.m. Ante Communion. sent design.the The'visual' paintings image but have are been pure == Popular Make Combinations ___u_ ............. 99.50 84.85 =

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FUR STORAGE-REPAIRS-REMODELING 140<< E. Robinson TeL 2-330 EasUr E..n-T:3O a m.. Holy 55 Popular Make ConsoleCombinations _

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Temple for the C. ___j chapter ;meet Thursday at 3 pjn. with I Orlando, Florida, March 30, 1947 (Til* & ? r Page 23
Two RollinsIn 131. Order of Eastern Stat InstaUation Mrs. Mary I* Cobbans.. 600 Lucerne I

of o officers.r> rMizpab. > I 1 Circle. and Martin Andersen award at 1 I turned from the State, Conference !I Auxiliary, will' meet Wednesday at'' Mrs. Kenneth Vail and Mrs.

izis Chapter 190. Order of non ; the Spring Art Exhibit. sponsored this pact week in St. Augustine' 630: pjn. at the home of Mrs. Charles Bradley will be hostesses.
st I, Due to the Spring holidays the I Charlotte Lane. 2021 E. Colonial Initiation will be held and I
Eastern Star will meet Wednes-
by the Orlando Art Assn.. have i reporting that the local chapter :
at Masonic board meeting and general meeting Or. for a regular meeting preceded .also election of officers for the
day at 8 p.m. Temple. been announced. Harry Worth- i received recognition for its news covered dish .1)[
by a, supper. coming year.
Recital l ,TodayBarbara } f There will be Initiation. of the Hillcrest P-TA will be
On Friday at 8 pjn, there will.1 postponed from this week until man won Mayor BeardalTs award paper "publicity.- It was the only I I I I I I I I I,.,.,.,..I I I In..I.,.,I..trrr
Herring, pianist: and be open Installation of officers. at for his "Cypress on Lake Norris" chapter in the State to receive lllllilllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillll lllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIllillHlllliliu.TYPEWRITERS ; .
Thursday, April 10. ati 'I
Carol Klrkpatrick. soprano, win 000 p.m. and Maxwell Foster Massey received front page publicity and ranked
be presented by the Rollins College WITH JEAN YO THUS Orlando Transit Auxiliary will the school. A board meeting the Martin Andersen prize fourth as to the number of column I
Conservatory of Music in a lOub Editor) hold a covered dish supper and will be held at 10 ajn.r .. for her "Ghost Tree. inches. i
Junior, recital today at 8:15: p.m. business meeting Tuesday at 8pjn. > r> o; 0003ennle 000
Club of Winter Today at 5 pjn. at the Cathedral .. in Colonialtown Women's :.
at the Woman's Coulter Tent No. 5,
I Nokomis Council No. 13, Degreeof Orange County Salon No. 371.
Park. Miss Kirkpatrick will be accompanied Church of St. Luke the cathedral Club .House. Mrs. Kenneth Daughters of Union War Veterans,
Eight and Forty, American Legion FOR RENTAL
at the piano by Ken- choir under the direction of Arthur Green president will preside at Pocahontas' will me: Tuesdayat will have a turkey supper Tuesdayat
peth. Newbern. E. R. Jones win present the the meeting following< the supper. 8 pin. at the Fraternal Bldg.I 8 30 at the home of Mrs.
I I well-known and beloved Lenten .'. Mrs. Fed Craley and Mrs. V. o o o I
The program: May Barrows Butler Dr., for the
.. '
I Cantata. "The Crucifixion" L. Young will be in charge. Regular meeting of Hadassah benefit of the Florida District of SUPERIOR FOOD STORE NEW WOODSTOCK
ata: ov 18 in A rut Major. Beethoven An invitation is extended the cathedral 000Needlework will be held Tuesday at 2 pjn. at DUV. Members and friends are
Andante e.n .ana.lDJ,, i congregation and friends Guild Group of the the synagogue. Church and Eola Corner Kohl and Gi.at Ave.
invited. i
Marcia aehereo--Alksre Punebre Sulla Molto Morte d"Un Eros to again hear the melodies of the Grand Avenue Woman's Club will : Sts. Mrs. G. Bear president of i 000 :. MODELS AVAILABLE
-Rondo-AlletroMUf HerringLe. sacred passion of the Holy I meet Thursday at 10:30: ajn. at; the local chapter will reside. Delegates of the Orlando Chap- Open Week Days From
11 deemer by Sir John Stainer .Re-I! the clubhouse. .The Mmes. G. L. o 'n. ter of the Daughters of the 7 A.M. to 10 P.M. Immediate delivery, pica
_.
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Routiaol del IJlaa nu. Hahn Soloists will be Mrs. Eva 'Scott.. W. J. Cahill and C. T. Annie Coleman Chapter of the
,___.._. American Revolution have re-
A.' Tempi. Lea del Softness Fee __--__FoudrUnL __Ravel Conrad A. Brown. C. A.thur Yer-. Walker will serve luncheon. I United Daughters of the Confederacy lor elite type,
Braa An Soliel :
Klrkpatnoin maklSOrsskotMw Ernest Willard. Druggist Auxiliary will meet C. Weckerle 669 Ouxola Ave. $7.50 month
] per
,,000 Tuesday at 11 ajn. at the homeof I Winter Park Wednesday at 3 pjn.
Concerto On Andante the Italian Presto Style) __Bach A special rehearsal for the members Mrs. L. P. Davis. 22 Cheney PI, Mrs. E. Edward Cunningham
Moderate.
KIN 1 Herrin i I of St. Vincent's Guild of for the regular monthly business will give a report on tie Florida $20.00 for 3

D Doetde Ueta Boheme IT._____ Puccini, Acolytes of the Cathedral Church meeting and luncheon. Mrs.J. .1 1 I Division of 000 UDC. I months. Reconditioned
n. Jlrltht1 ale v- __ Dehue Sof, St. Luke has been called Jor O. Johnson Jr.. will be co- TODAY at Underwoods Royals
SerenadsL__ .-- Karaoft Tanler tomorrow at 7 pjn. in the cathedral. Winners of the Mayer Beardall ,
The Ore. ,Hrp.UM. Mou.i.lji, -- ?_----- Gunter . Canon Robert 5. Oumm bottom.c_ nC Remingtons, L C. Smiths..
MM KlrttPitrlet requests that all members of the Alpha Zeta Chapter of Beta ATTENTION SCHOLSIBEFRIGERA'IO&S I SANLANDOSPRINGS

It.: ... Of. 4 X*. 1 Kin V male. 4'una Can-I I guild expecting to take part in Sigma Phi Sorority will have a $5.00 per month, $12.00
MilO SirmanowaklCaprtcctc. the .ster Day services be on skating party at the Coliseum tomorrow
...
Op. M 6 la C Major ANT SIZE: 3 months.
-llrahm. hand to assume the various asalgnments at 8 p.m. Advance
ScberM Op. 4 In X: Plat Minor Brabnu scheduled for the acolytes tickets are on sale at the Ange- SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS' '
KIN Berrinc that day. Members taking bUt. l General Cooling&leafing Co. Dozens of Calculators, Duplica

part'are Conrad Stewart Jr.. Don 000Twentieth' 'I' M W. Central TeL 7WCARTER'S tors, Office Machines of all kinds.
CLUB CLOSED THIS WEEK In of
Orr Jr. James M. Milligan Jr.. Century Club will a Program Songs
'Because of Holy Week the Rosalind John Francisco.. William H. Park- to Palm Phone for prices and delivery in-
Appropriate Sundaythe -
inson Jr. Gene Carpenter: Jr.
Club will be closed Thursday .. formation.
John Demopoulos.
Scott Hancock.
and the next event there will'",be, Starves Demopoulos, William Benton S

the luncheon April 10. Jr. George 8. Sle),Alan Jones
I 4th. Roger Kiehl. Kenneth Kiehl. CHECK/WITH.

T der Rodney Robert Smith Melrose.Congdon Edward Magru-F. HUNGERFORDSINGERS

I Cole. Dabney Davis Jr. Robert W.
Holleman Jr. Richard Q. Jones.
Harry Pempey Jr. Gene Cassidy w d 511UVLt
and Kenneth M Wing. 47 NORTH ORANGE AVt f JlWupl
000 OQIANDO i WILL ENTERTAIN GUESTS OF SANLANDO

United Council of ChurchWomen S3S5
in [ TIME 3:15 O'CLOCK 13 S. MAIN ST. PHONE 8158
I I( of Orlando will meet
the Bible School auditorium of I Central Florida's Largest Distributor of Office Equipment
First Presbyterian Church tomor-
I row at 2:30 pjn. Mrs. JohnB. I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllil i llIIIlullIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIAN

Davis president: -: will preside. -- -
Mrs. A. C. Holt guest
\will discuss inter-racial
Children of the Colored Da spealter'l

ery, sponsored by the
etoopErs present a group of songs. .
5 church women of the city and vis- >

itors attend.are extended an invitationto INVITATION I I S Sz ;; .

o o otnterdenominatlonal H'f ,
: ) ,.. .
You n g :' "'
People's Organisation will hold a
rally today at 3:30: pjn. in the
Sunday School auditorium of A
Central Floridians.
First" Presbyterian Church. to
Mdt10 STORE o r> o '' ';' .
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Chapter T of PRO will meet "',-
;> W. Chatrh StlMae with Mrs. F. A. Lemmon. 634 Lake )
465Er
Dot Circle. Friday at 1 pjn. for a
dessert luncheon. Miss Jessie 30, 947. i ,
arch
Forde will be co-hostess. .A business Mt j
meeting will be held at 2:30

pjn. ,. Mrs. T. C. Pittman' is ?
program chairman.. ;
o o o ORANGE
Winter ,park Alumnae Association >, \held\ <* the ."

of Kappa Kappa Gamma will A.M.. to b e Steel ;
All-\lI-iIE
\ be hostess today at a tea honoring 9,00 \ Strap
: the
: at
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\ 3 do
Kappa pledges at Rollins College. Controlfluidions\ AIIR\\\ of t Flora\
The affair will be held at the m eeting on she State \ lion
to
IUR\_, uS1r Kappa Hearthstone. 800 Inter- I to attend a "m introduce and the new apP'i': .
laehen Ave.; Winter Park, from 4 c.ordia\\y\\ Invited ting "e Home "m be "-'
to I:30 pm.Literature. ou are which m -ntionatype\ this meeting -
at

Gnup n of the American _._. COURT01'E\ \., Orlando, Na\ob\e,\ \ framing ricU\tura\\ \ use Atten ding and tillages.

Association of University: S \ Steel d ag ies to.ns ,
Women will meet Wednesday at th e Stran \ an \
I Home, daindustna\ \ of mun'c'h the mcet\ng. ,
10:30: ajn. at the parish house of Arch Ri5, tfda\s oaf
the Unitarian Church. Of particular t for commer Detrot, 0 wli .
interest will be a joint book '. Buildingreat\ s Corp oratlo, n, ..1.botb attom< \
I review given by the Misses Margaret \\\i\ ot 4ucJnet 'lakes Steel\ aldWel. I, it poss'v\ ,
and Warrene Piper on "Vic- j the G or C \ ,
1 [torian Album." by Lucy P. Steb-I :. ; oUidals a t and Govern Home come -. ,,
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.bins. : ,,,,- Bedon, \ Arch Rib
I o o rI > ..t.._ :'? \ t\ti\ area, Mar \ Stran Stee at noon ,
I Laeerne Rebekah Lodge No. 26 \\\\\ of an actua \luncheon\
be
DA1.l018IE'fil'l will meet Thursday at 8 at \ will at a 4
pjn. ote\
red
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All the Fraternal Bldg. There will \\\\\\ S curt be e ntertor '
,
be Initiation of new members and < : of f the\ Orange You will. also >. ;
% EASE! I refreshments served in the ban- ; the\ 9 ardor kitc\ten.\ ;;,
quet halL diiploy\ In frig in the\ '"
On fry

I I I executive 000An board meeting of \ ed to bacon and six. 0'clock.furnish .-

This. a.w e.a tone with the Woman's Society of Christian P let\ .h betty eon five 0 f great profit ,
Magic Keyaolvoa tae ftreat- Service of the College Park Methodist I \\ ty defin\te\ source
oat protocol of all-IDoaelMar..1 Church: will meet tomorrowat and 3 cocktapar oUerS a interests, to
to* ..... ffryf-wear it with 8 pm. at the church. \ t0 "ou own .
,f mea fiubfe..no batttryttaml o n o made a vai\ab\e\ I f for your .
: S wiuuew you 1 Orlando Grandmothers Club will twill\\ be We urge yoU .
... !: th
leat-latlag EXTRA meet Tuesday at 8 pjn. at Broad- .I realtors.\
fIOwa' ..* MTO up t4% in. waytMethodist- Church. Host- : and ,inform a ors and
Iobbnon
twttwycwtat i esses. will be the Mmes. Aida :. \\\\\\ The e-\tbt\ c ontfactors, .

3.. 1Ie.rUtl Somerville.Buckmaster.George Inez A.Mann.Barker M.and L. 1 ,r \\\\\\ to an 1 arch\ itects, build, ersj resent at tbis meetrng made ."itn .

NEW SINOTONEof William Gilbert.' Mrs. E. P. b e p been
to nave
Lavin. president. requests all board 4 :> ts

.. with "MOOIC KET"Sonoton pjn.members to be present at 7:15 -'I....:, \\\\\\1\\\\ "Ike an en. bt ot "pn i13, arrongem d that yOU advise \him

r> o o for the\ x19 SUggcste m.
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Charles W. Outteridge. associate be necessary Hotel\. \h a9
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611 Motcali Bldg. patron of Florida assisted by otnmodations Orange Court of assuring. your
his' wife. Mrs. Qutteridge, Grand \ \ hotel\ act ot the\ only means
Tolophono 2.2101
S"ou\d the
Instructor of the Miami District. J r., Manager that tis .,
O. F. Cooper. Consultant will act as installing officers tomorrow I' \ G. Crean reC\uiremen ts as .
at Masonic Step\ten \ .
at 8 pjn. M r. to y our z.
as :- .'
letter
,...... yr el\y by we Grl
:;:SSrk:: ; medial .
Iou forward to seer 9'1 0\1, Yours very tfu"y, President,

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Miss Schulman .. .. '...... .............. ...,. ... Giving Review NASH :
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The marriage of Miss Madaleen f ., COUld Be Fair" by b ev.f ;: i t.. Out of Florida's hsst Sprwf. ftiotC
:; Carol Schulman, daughter of Mr. :;. ;? Pierre Vas Paasen will be reviewedby a ,., ,y ,x,14 '? hotels .. Facing Tampa Ly.d trei.i

LA and Mrs.Harry Schulman of Coral Mrs. J./'c.. Howell as a feature t, cat SOTCM Park. Near beaches.ll..ehd-t *J
shops, theaters. Frrvata
Gables to Jack Kamenoff took of the Literature Day at courses
program ,. -- -
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.fIt1TER A
y- club o* GuM of Mtiico. perotiw;
place March 16 at the home of
; Sorosis netting Tuesday after- --+-' for nevrjrweds a* Spring
! Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kamenoff. -r
'hesynen,1otlCi
y noon. comfortable rooms
of the bridegroom. 1
parents F3
Modem censtrvctio Speaofc
Mrs. Hivell is well known fireproof
Mrs. Abe Kamenoff. sister of as a C
Spring rates during April,. May.1.e*
the bride was matron of honor keen and analytical reviewer and Selected cle.fele. Harry R. Has;Mm-
and Abe Kamenoff, brother of the I.. Van Paa A's book is one of the aging Director. Tyt i
groom was best man. most f
sign ant books to come out
The bride wore a suit of pearl VE ,
of the war years. It reveals his
ray with navy blue accessoriesand > ..' .. .Qo'1'
carried a white Bible with ; recollections: of the author's life

orchid marker. The wedding was .I't,,,; /....' in Gorcun: : the town in' Holland f. MEIffTRIC

attended by members of the immediate "" .... ..\., .. from whfcfc: he came and of the i
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families from Aiken and '
.c the'Hazi BOAT CRUISE
effect invasion
Johnston S. C, and Miami. I had uponit.
After a three weeks wedding The philosophical and religious > Flower baked CasalsAn "
trip to New Orleans and the "I' aspects of the book are of such ;:
Southern States the couple will r' ; .>.. significance that several of the Excellent Q a" J
make their home in Orlando. ; f fIf local church guilds have taken it "
The bride attended Miami for their study groups. DINNER Q :1. ,..
schools and the University of Mrs. Charles Goodman drama
Miami. Mr. Kamenoff attended chairman. has asked Mrs. R. C. J&PALM
Orlando schools and is associatedIn ,1.7. Coffey to be chairman for the TERRACEs .I.IA

business here. ." ..,,. 'h'" ...., .,..-." day and guest tickets are in 4
charge of the Mmes. Oliver Joe
WATER SKIEXHIBITION
MISS RENA LOUISE LOTZ MISS CHARLENE PARTIN Bailey and:J. H. Tucker.

AuxiliaryPlans Whose engagement to Harry Lorenzenis Whose engagement and approaching :Mrs. W. R. Boone is in chargeof : ivx
announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. marriage to Emmett Drinkwater, is announcedby the never arrangements and QAIW 2:30CYP'RESS

BenefitA Louis V. Lotz of Maitland, formerly of Balti- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Partin. the Mmes. Wellborn Phillips and
Chauncey
Boyer,will be door hos-
more. Mr. Lorenzen is the son of Mr. and Mr. Drinkwater is the son of Mrs. Newton tesses. Owt C iili4ar

glittering array of talent has Mrs. Martin Lorenzen of Orlando. He is a Drinkwater, formerly of Dothan, Ala., now Because of Holy Week the GARDENS

been Benefit secured which for will the be pre-Holiday given by first lieutenant in the Army Reserve, and of Orlando. The marriage will take place been monthly :council luncheon has *CIO&TROPICAL MOHDUOAHO .
postponed until .
the Ladies Auxiliary of the Bnal served for nearly-three years in the Pacific. .. Easter Sunday at the Lockwood Baptist April 8. t

Brith today at 8 pm. at the The bride-elect attended Strayers College. Church. Miss Partin is a secretary at the

local temple. Ohev Shalom. The wedding will take place this Summer. Orange County Home Demonstration Office. II. rs
Master of ceremonies will be HAVANA TOURS-
the well-known pianist, Al Prince.
Two talented and promising Prettiman. and Edythe Shader.: I ious types of oratorical contest All Expense From Miami
youngsters. Masters Richard A late buffet supper will be State SpeechTOtJr11ame1lt I with representatives from 13 State _
Leone and Bill Flnne. will entertain ... i
with dance numbers. Miss served to all attending the bene- high schools participating will be Lanier :Travel Service I t t

Helen Blam. popular young Orlando fit. Tickets may be secured at the held on Monday and Tuesday.

High School singer will give door. I Local high school contestants fameas
This is Daytona Reach-Jh* world's most i
vocal selections. The, OHS sex- The evening's arrangements are At OHS I who will compete are Jack Kaz- ORMOND A. McABEE. Mgr. beachl Its sparkling with springtime right ,..... a
tette will present songs. The Sex- in charge of Mrs. L. Reyer and I
anza and Wayne Estey humorous "Your Travel And it's Ih in Florida can't Hero' 1
Agent"AIR en plat you
.. tette Includes: the following: Misses Mrs. M Luskin assisted by the I .
Helen Blam. Donna Jean New- Mmes. M. Marcus L. Recu, and A. Registration for the Florida Dis- declamation: Betty Marie Davis BUS AND STEAMSHIP TICKETS TOURS AND CRUISES to miiv-on your way horn.
comer, Margaret Powers Martha_ Pariser. trict National Forensic League and Ed Phillips oratorical declamation Daytona Beach is always holiday towel t ,
Speech Tournament at Orlando ; Patty Ann Jackson and I II 30 E. Pine Phone 5301 Writ now-and ask about th* mods-it.cotes .*. i
Senior High School begins today Linda Saunders dramatic decla- chanting boardwalk and spring Ii.. ,_;i." .f Der- \
from 4 to 6 p.m. I '
tone Beachl
mation Joan Hiscock Alvin Block.
The tournament, featuring var- ;
and Harold Taylor, extemporaneous -

HOME! speaking; Jimmy Grant ori- ii::s.. r.opnnq: on theJieaches

ON YOUR WAY ginal oratory. i i i md Wonderful
Mrs. Irene Lighthiser is directorof Flshiny
Oo 't nun f..cin tutg Grew Co. the tournament. i
ITo SPn"gsl! S..our Navy's giant !6Hi FUtt The two-day program is as follows :a ai
I .t anchor Ralas .mid the scenic c spI.*. :
RANGE
doc of the b.vt fur SL John. River.V 9.00 a jn-Dele.MONDAY ate, badges and dally 4Jf f y c'a BOSOM
S. n hnurm PmUtht aWtfcfasWbiIfs assignment sheets--front hall. or.
lando Senior High.
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NFL initiation ,.. Senior -
930 am- < eF Hi-ti Auditorium %kVEkWOKING( BEAUTIFUL SARASOTA BAY J
r 5i e, 10.18-11:18: a.m-First round of humorous -
QIIi ana and oratorical declamations frflNG RATES ;OW IN EFFECT r .
faEE., tOve l.RaafrEpao. and first rounds of Original Oratory ;3.t
11-07 am.-Diaries for first round of vacation as in Sarasota the beaches acquire S
r.rr school extemporaneous library speaking high :onnce--L J( I new brilliance and warmth all outdoors calls
11:12-12.52:: a.m.-First round of extemporaneous you fishing becomes a sportsman's dream 0Mtt "
speaking and dramatic ( in truth. Here at the Orange Blossom are new '
Visitors declamation may: purchase lunch In the high furnishings, new decorations everything 11\1-\ :
school cafeteria, on the first floor ready for YOU. Coffee shop. Cocktail lounge. '

1 12.56-1 56 each. day. Second from 11:18-12.56.round of humorous Every comfort and.convenience. Near everything
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The
People of Central Florida: d oratorical and dramatic of interest. James B. Rountree. Manager. .
original declamations: oratory, second round of ;ai-O I

\ If you have spent many a restless night 113 p.m-Drawing for second round of \ ,
extemporaneous speaking
l because of a poor mattress,you will welcome the 2:00.3:00 p.m.-Second round of eatemporaneoug ( \ .
relief offered by the Russ Mattress*Company. speaking and dramatic t ,1\1\\\ \ __
declamation
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.., Carter's For: 6:00 P.m.-Picnic: supper and Informal __.s.; .
Here we manufacture innerspring mattressesand r party at Tiger D-n. / # A.e..ra 1w\i DI a \1)tu>> .J
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TUESDAY30Q:30 '
.t pre
box-springs, scientifically designed tq give Easter Cards I '. a m.-Semi-finals In humorousand I \ tatlef\\p S 1O. ,,, tKastyn
you the maximum rest, styled and priced to fit oratorical declamation and g g qt ==-.e t
oratory cage daily sheet 7# .
BON
into every budget-from 29.50 to 60.50 each.. Easter Hankies e.3u-l0.15 a.m, ,--Assembly. of delegatesand SHERATON Alt, P-- ,.0. tu eI' "'
coaches to make plans for to alo '[ 4lcssatcEre
We also manufacture Hollywood beds, studio Swedish Crystal 9:30 am school-Drawing term 1947-1948.for semi-finals Auditorium.In Amenta's NoteJ Golf Capital 4 I !+t? nI'r the al1)tinU" too

couches and sofa beds. French Crystal 10.11-11:18 extemporaneous a Semi-finals speaking in extemporaneous Uibary. Relax delightful surroundings-enjoy varied "I ,
prating and dramatic j ports- one of the South'outstanding resort \b -t- es\ -.i '
All types of mattresses renovated and remade. Genuine Alligator Goods declamation.Lunch hotels. modern fireproof...ideal Indian SOUth> py sm 'a '
12.:58-1::56.p.m.-Finals in humorous and summa d nate. Directly on U.S. Route 1. i .'
'- Visit our sales room or call 2-2213 and one of Guaranteed Watch oratorical declamation and ora- at ot"to0 n4 v
our representatives will gladly call on tory Wntt or wire for : t: pU0 wee f
you. Repair 113 pm.-Dra.lnn for finals In extemporaneous mirations :

2.00.3:00: p m-Finals speaking in extemporaneous library). "TrPAtnF.IaROFt LI ; UUS ) te1t
speaking and dramatic declama. G ..ts1 M..._ \f % tV 81 "
47 N. Orange Are. tion. 'Ipaea.h t .
If rwn-offs are necessary in r '111e :::aeb t 34es
RUSS ;
MATTRESS CO. declamation and oratory then !
Opposite Beacham Theater .
offs will in be extemporaneous held at 3:00: p.m speaking Run- a..rr o\ OD'a\ soo4, ip i-
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will be held at ..00 pnu if e9eMtAwby "" .
1122 W. Church St. TeL 2.2213 / necessary., p\ be.ut ,
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CALUNfi THE S. S. FLORIDA on. el America fia1 lanry..n. 1
SERMONS BY DR. PAUL C. CARPENTER ** sailing agouti! Leaving Miami. yea cat mow .ajey} a Y
delightful dinner and a glorious evening .{ ....dfIbuDeet '
I r aMend chip arriving next mortung fa _rosoaabc I Hatrtaao, J'_
sure and visit Mi
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SPECIAL of all winter sea- -
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LED BY DR. WALTER CARPENTER .
SR. most' in comfort and .
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0,.. t" T.., ...... convenience make the *Sinister schedule eHocfrro*s *f tfcis; tta.ILL *

: I II Otl.1; 'Air c..4Itle.r.! ALCAZAR your headquarters TOUI TRAVEL AGENT for r.aee.edas. or iamve *fJW :
SUNDAY NIGHT SikySse Ivor Diai..g loom while here Mo.. 2 u MMB. TclookoM7COU or .( COlhorU* 1 .:. H
-7:30: For Ja.k 1miidag.Ikesuvi71.1.Derida.Zetepkeaw $t-141.
I it CeH.e steep rides 5.1. reservations phone .L
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to typical residence. 44.4 per r" .. ... .... Orlando Florida March 30 1947 & & ;
ft ,_ __ t qt &ut\1ag rnttnrl- tar Poge.25DIAPER :!
tent of the heat U lost through IF VITAMINS so-tR? -
20.- roof and pans and it H to reduce .
homes this loss art that,Insulated.both,new and old DON'Ttry BUCK YOU UP ABC Wurlitzer 1 F For Awnings of Best Quality and Mfg. In Orlando by a Company .

w... -.NUXATED.......,.w.IRON t..teta ... a SERVICENew PIANOSAuthorized with 22 years experience. Call Mr. E. L McGee at the
_,ad..-.r."Ir..eea..war.. ... ...Err.t Accounts and Future I
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SEPTJCVTANKSBtelLTqBOTALLED If .it.at. 4. .r' err Reservations Are Solicited Worbtzer Dea rCOOPER'S FLORIDA AWNING CO.
MnLT1 k+e ZION 1144.Mh Y M e ::::.:r r.u..trl4.Ys ., Telephone 2-1177 MUSIC STORE
"4..,.uam fIONaWptsoft_ 'ZNk Gil.-.nn I.tall ORLANDO WINTER PARK 20 W. Church St. Ph. 4652 I 43! S. Haghey St. Phone 9828 r'III ,
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elf. Sat .U> ,a7 4t4 M doe 1M&
TIle: ...'.f .atrew 17.- or acid
. te 'ow pl(um UBK system to4etrisntal ECHOLS
\ U:the septic tank. '
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5 NlG.REPAIRS SPECIALTY SALESMANMUST This Ca f/ III II'
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trfy licesgd PI.mber HAVE CAR ; s y e
401'WtC..eard': I'beDe 47 M CALL IN PERSON AT 953 a.' y >. WI'I1I' A BEDDING
ORANGE AVL,WINTER PARKFro.0tot30AMb4:30t.530PM
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rant a member: of American (
Society e* Sanitary Engineers MASTERGet
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SPECIALS
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AN* MOTM OV MUMKBM *UH job the.f.ywey.Ple.tyofpoweee '
feoem &OMMU air ; ALCOHOLISMItaetM I I MR. AND MRS.JOHN H.TIERNEY of Orlando are well-known POWER-PAK. GaaoIiM Motor
f.... ......... tills .. Weeke* R I LL. j air travel enthusiasts and this picture of them served to illustrate with uleex type ad!.. Zasdyad Equipped i to Handle YourBEDDING
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.. it PM_ti.g..... the, current Saturday Evening Post. Their wire-haired terrier bout of quality ant." NEEDS and
shares his masters'enthusiasm for flying and is always an eager gills Lightweight woaua caa' I '
Have Allotted
JJ passenger.They are shown in their Commonwealth Sky-Ranger, *..ic..c.a. Materials
which they keep at Showalter Airpark. a 21-i.ch
wash throngh gt.. To Make the FollowingINTRODUCTORY
NIGHTS t3eRr or ..... Keepe
iLEEP ? tor announced yesterday. I 1MdeII lawai velrety .OFFERTHRU
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120 Vets Given "The Institute offers a number of a -ootL ea.. f
:raa*wJ:AI. Ilrr.dw he subjects declared for high"enabling school veterans credits. Reiff i. ..--. APRIL 15th
to complete three high school Easy e..mtioa, '
g ONLYI r OO
credits in three months." ,
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Diplomas Glover reported the next u w '
quarterly semester starts Tues-
day and that there are openIngs HOLLYWOOD BED
the 15 months of operationof for only 20 or 30 stndenta A I .
the Orange County Educational About half the presently enrolled 'I '
!es' Institute for Veterans approxi- 40 students will graduate to- I WITH INNERSPRING MATTRESS $67.50 I

mately 120 students out of the 200 morrow.The work is given at the Junior [HEAD BOARD $10.00 EXTRA] :
enrolled nave received high school College Howard and Marks Sts. I '
tas.tladTEd.tARsf diplomas and have been admittedto Hours are from 12:30: to 6:30 I
various universities throughoutthe p.m. five days a week. Each class INNERSPRING MATTRESS $29.50 .I"
Ir country. J. R. Glover direc- lasts two hours.

r=. t>rtge 19.rtk.aer tepe BOX SPRING to MATCH $29.50 I ;.

.. a1/dTT$NROIID1di U- CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH PRICE $149.50 BOTH FOR $59.00 I-

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, C.pyMbb 194T. h Dew. l.ars & C" /a*.

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._ + pending upon the size of the publication. is determined to end it..balanclng act" end Despite, the big gross revenues now flood

t ,o29: 110.. 144 What's worse, roughly half the rise In,both get back on solid ground .with higher, adver- ing into the newspapers there is no sign of a ,.

Iu'''' ... pay and paper has been Jammed Into' the,- Using rates. rush .to establish sizable new publications. '

current year.Publishers W. O. Chandler, a senior executive of Scarcity of paper and printing equipment .

With the Twitches the Scripps-Howard newspaper chain, re- would be major deterrents, but industry

' frostiiet Ads Coming'wspape.r Statistics like these 'give publishers the- cenUy predicted in a speech to a newspaper 'spokesmen enphasiz that since the early I

twitches They think it high.time to again gathering in Boston that in 1947 "you will 1920's less than a handful of dailies have been .

share their cost' troubles with, advertisers in have reluctantly, but of necessity increased started in metropolitan centers. These in* :
e Rate Hikes the form of .higher rates.* Most figure they your advertising rates.*' elude the many-millioned Marshall Field's

are already charging readers ,about all the The. Fearsome Thirties "Chicago Sun" and "P.M." I

Payrolls and traffic will stand. For practical purposes The newspapers will act "reluctantly! In % ..kt best, nelr!.papering is a speculative

'i. en as America is. now on the nickel .newspaper large part because the industry still is business. It Is one that requires a big capital .

-j standard, compared with a pre-war three haunted by its special depression of 1928 to investment and J 13" handicapped by the kind of -

7 i Newsprint Costs Soarrv : c' nb. Advertising rates have* risen, too. But 1941. All Industries suffered from generally! breake.v.elpo.1: l3 which would turn an in

the newspapers argue that they are still bad economic conditions in the 30's. The newspapers dustrialist's ,hair gray. The catch about

;-, % *"' _.._ offering "bargains"; the merchandiser; they had all this and fearsome new competition newspapers u an investment is that it costs

4 say. is getting more readers per advertising to boot, in the form of .radio, and, the very nearly 93 much to.turn out one copy of a

,[Record .Revenues. ,Yield -Nar. *dollar than he did before the war. news and picture magazines. This'competition paper as .100,000.: To put it another way, about J

**').,.".. \ 6. Bow"M1ada Is Net .Profit; hasn't vanished, although publishers maintain the only saving when sales drop is in paper; :::,

rowingNation's Profit Margins for It is anybody's guess how much of 1946's that it has been "stabilized"-that it has done the chief additional expense involved. in bigger

$1.1 billion gross will find Its way into net its worst by them. circulations is again paper.

1,755 DailiesBalancInglAct" profits-probably enough, now that the excess But many a proud publication lived out of A newly added handicap Is the increasing

-It,-.- profits taxes are no more to give the its owner's pockets during the 30's while radio rigidity of costs, particularly in payrolls. -

.t Industry"one of its most' prosperous'years. and aggressive new magazines waxed fat on Unionization has spread rapidly through the

't: But publishers know there's a catch in all the advertising that the dailies didn't run. Industry, particularly amqng previously un

; u rEi..." .anclal ) this. These net- earnings are highly vul An examination of earnings reports of the organized editorial and office employes. The!t

-.! :\; '- nerable. Profit margins are low and shrink few newspapers in which the public holds securities American Newspaper Guild (C.I.O.) nowt.claims' .

,IDi( "'+fi i:'.- ," ing; earnings are coming In as a result of the shows that profits started to fall in 25,000 members among editorial and t'

,-# -BySAMUELSRANB best year the industry'Jhas ever had in :its 192S and dropped sharply until 1932. There other non-mechanical employes.

.; .,tDt r z,newspapers. getting ready to pre- highly checkered career. was a minor measure of recovery the 1932- During the war ,years newspaper unions

t-big er'l>IUr;to their advertisers r As one publisher put ,it: 37 period only to be followed by another set- have won very heavy percentage. pay' in

.. "ii ,Clo9trof; gathering and printing news are "We are doing a financial balancing act back in 1938. creases. For example, the' hourly pay of

.. ""; gh,even Comparison with. 1945. They on a tightrope. The first breeze of a reces- It was not until the years of World WarII printers in St. Louis is now $2.014. 'a jumpof

: Te:keaded! -higher., Today, .newspaper payrolls sion could upset us, because our costs are so that the newspaper. industry .prospered '54.45% from the scale prevailing on Jan- J -

ar4Yn.esUniated: :. 507 loftJVr than in 1941. As I high and worse so rigid. It's either a record again. uary 1, 1941. .In Detroit, daytime ster otyp rs

tf:.iervice-'Ihdustries* the payroll is the big business or the red for a lot of us." The long toboggan ride of newspaper (men who make metal page .plates from

dR ging'between 40'fi and 55% of :total Suppose Advertising Volume DropsA earnings* the 1930's. resulted in wholesale which a paper is actually printed) now get'

'J n uses for typical publications. 10% drop in advertising volume, private $1.904 an hour, an increase of 46%. Men who
suspensions and mergers. At the start of
J. Newsprint paper, second biggest'cost factor surveys indicate, would be worrisome to some run presses In' Boston are getting 56.53% '
the
has jumped from $50 to $85 a.ton in the newspapers; a retreat of 25%-to approxi war there were 1,857 dailies surviving. more than they did in 1941 wi tha$1.SOan
out of 1.942 operating in 1930. In 1944 there
saint five-year span. Paper represents be- mately 1945 levels- could be catastrophic for hour rate. The Guild currently is_ pressing
twt it'.157 ,and 35% of newspaper costs.de- number.: That's why the industry apparently were 1,744; there are now 1,755. reflecting a for, among other' things, a $100 a week mini
slight expansion during the past two years.
mum for experienced reporters_
./ 14752 '. )".d the Germane ..tei J.ae. *=== British wut. Jew -
reticent
t ; fy4.' e 'I Cut Prices Before ay the b.sf-veal total will English be about spokesmen 200 alil- ural hfcber gasolinj octane going Into the compouMil ot
:'What's Mon pound With record aumbera of cattle amtiaa fuel the yield of carbon -
News- THX SVPKEMB COURT,rvle4 Nut ee.- BOW fattening the United -t>lack from this"ru14ue"ges. hu
J' -,., ployem most barfa wltk eremea s sale... Demand Drops, Urges experts My thla amount win hardly States be missed meat about SO" nce 1141. dropper.
13 The Cock held *-t -that foremen *rwnployM They say the total will Ironically. the carbon black makers
lava
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. s s. s Aar The wlhia the rfo&l&r of the;Wagner Ford Vide"1 President week'a slaughter la U. M!packing howea.A one. I I further&Hly.their inadvertenU7 limited Served to Ptneh ea.
made ea as A r A supplies
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Covers Central A Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Dew Suspension RappedPointing


. Page 26 it 1 1t? fcmtfeig **trttol-&tar Orlando, Florida, March 30, 1947 I[
Farm Research out that the Florida vegetable industry has a

$3V million interest involved, Mgr. LaMonte Graw of the

I Wilt Takes Melon Toll Florida Vegetable Committee yesterday said the Interstate

Big Funds Backed 3.x Commerce rail rate Commission increase is otherwise being asked scheduled to suspend to a become 15 percent


effective tomorrow. <

the Wilt loss-which of thousands last season of acres caused of I *: Agent I Legislative research support and education of agricultural will- of Through the Growers Sec.&John Shippers A. O'Rourke League.

watermelons in Central Florida- Disease Controls Outlined by Lake Acreage PlansRemaining
is expected by growers to cost be mapped at a meeting of the vegetable growers are asking that
present rates, already increased
them hundreds of thousands of By ORMUND POWERS eome extent but when properly be made about the time runners legislative steering committee of
dollars this year and every Spring [Our Own Staff Correspondent applied they ensure a crop of begin to form and others should the Florida Agricultural Council 15 per cent at a $3 million cost in
until either a wilt-resistant early TAVARES-Anthracnose, dow- melons.In follow at 7 to 10 day intervals. in Orlando April 8. January be continued-indefinitely.
variety or an effective control ney mildew and gummy-stem recent years several new Usually four applications are Also to be studied at that time High
method is developed.Last blight are the three Important fungicides have been placed on sufficient but If rains are frequent are proposed by-laws for the new Another hearing by the ICC *,
season approximately 59- diseases that watermelon growerscan the market: but there is no com- one or two more shouldbe organization which represents Is scheduled April 9 In Wash-
500 acres were planted In watermelons effectively control. County prehensive information that shows made. Dusters or sprayers Florida agricultural groups in research E ington on the proposed discon- Florida farm production. basedon
with only 47.000 harvested Agent R. E. Norris said this week. which one is most effective for should be In good condition and and educational legislation.The tinuance of Irish potato refrigerated acreage Intentions. Is expectedto
Economist Joffre David of Fusarium wilt another impor- controlling watermelon diseases in operated so as to cover the Florida Agricultural service from Southeast continue at present high levels
the Florida Vegetable Committee tant disease, is controlled by the Florida. plants thoroughly and uniformly Council Is the outgrowth of two Florida and the Atlantic States. throughout 1947. the U. S. Bureauof
reported. uSe of new ground for ,planting "However,several growers have with a thin coat of the fungicide. preliminary meetings held in The 15 per cent boost assailedby Agricultural Economics reported -
Interpreted In the yield of each season. reported good results from the For the first one or two applications Orlando by representatives of R. E. EVANS, general managerof Florida shippers is represented yesterday.
lti million melons bringing "After the plants are up, first use of 15 per cent copper compound a crank hand duster Is more the vegetable, citrus dairy, cattle the Florida Citrus Commission in the increase ordered almost "Increased plantings of five
$5J4 million, the loss of approximately step in the campaign for controlling A dust and 15 per cent economical because the fungicidecan fertilizer and seed organizations. a decade ago by the ICC from commodities are planned.* declared -
20 per cent of the anthraenose. gummy- fermate dust. Also dithane- be applied on the plants and will be a principal speaker Florida North. However to meet Statistician J. C. TownsendJr.
plantings Is a serious problem. I stem blight and downy mildew, sine and lime spray has been reported not on the ground between at the annual convention of truck competition the railroads sweet
"These hay crops.
is to dust or spray the young to give good results. plants. After vines have formeda Frank Holland of Winter Havenis the Florida Agricultural Re- agreed periodically to extension of are flu-cured toBacco
This year David said growers potatoes,peanuts -
acting chairman of the the former rates so it never became -
plants to protect them from Infection "The schedule and method of power duster is more effective group
have planted 45,000 acres In a crop which will be search Institute in Orlando in effective. and shade tobacco.
and resulting from spores applying the dust or spray Is as and economical.In organized formally
several already weeks handicapped adverse weather.delayed carried by the wind or other important as the material used.If addition to treating the seed later. mid-April. Southern and some railroads In eontrart the Irish potato
If the experience by of past sea- agencies" Norris said. no treatment is applied until and dusting or spraying, much can Heading the legislative steering In the Chicago area have agreedto acreage is expected to drop XS
sons Is borne out this Spring, only For years the best known materials after the diseases become widely be accomplished In controlling committee Is LaMonte Graw of a current extension but per cent and production of cowpeas -
approximately 37,000 acres will were 20-80 copper-lime dust distributed over the field little or anthracnose and downy mildew by Orlando with Ralph Miller also Agent LeavesTo Eastern roads refused Graw ex- I will decrease five per cent.-

come to yield mature water- and 4-4-50 bordeaux spray. These no benefit will be derived from : avoiding handling or walking of Orlando, heading. the by-laws plained. I Townsend said weather was unfavorable -
melons. materials are known to harden the any treatments started then." among the vines while they are committee. Therefore the FVC through the for land and
Representation on the council Pick 4-H League has asked the ICC to dis- preparing
"Complete fields have been leaves and retard the growth to "The first applications should wet. .ranting seed during most of the
is by organization including the continue the extension practice
devastated by wilt just as the normal early Spring sowing sea-
Florida and continue present levels
Agricultural Research Institute on a
-
melons were approaching maturity spores" David explained. "But the son. However some corn and cot-
the Florida. Club HeifersOrange basis.
Farm permanent
," David asserted. second crop will suffer heavy Bureau ton planting Is underway In North
"That is the heart-breaking losses usually. Many Forest Fires the Florida Vegetable Committee The practice of Icing Irish potatoes Florida.
the Florida Horticultural Society, C p u n t y Agricultral during warm weather has
aide of the wilt-loss picture. The "However, the Inability to usea
grower has brought his melons watermelon field only one out the Citrus Research Liaison Committee Agent Fred Baetzman left yester- been in effect from parts of Flor- Truck growing conditions
through the bad weather and of every seven years Is a great the Dairy Industries Assn.. day for Tennessee to select 43 ida for many years,: the FVC have been adverse with beans,
freezes and cultivated them to waste of land." Timber the Florida Seedmen's Assn.. the heifers to be purchased and manager said.However and tomatoes being retarded and
good sizes when over-night almost The two most popular early Endanger Florida State Cattlemen's Assn., grown by 4-H Club boys in six railroads now con- considerable acreage destroyed..
and the Florida Poultry Producers Central Florida counties in area tend that icing facilities are not
the wilt attacks the vines and kills varieties, the Watson and Cannonball A late and short Spring harvest
off the melons just before ma- are non-resistant to wilt. By TUCKER IRWIN Assn.Also and county contests. available, except at added costs, is expected generally BAE
But order to ahead of the Baetzman. who will return next and that they are not needed to '
turity. In keep [Our Own Staff Correspondent] Invited to join the connell reported.
week said he would meet in Ten- insure carrying quality of pota
:Unable to cope successfully with north Florida and Georgia water-
DELAND-Pointed lessons to Volusia County land- were the feed dealers the
nessee with C. -W. Reeves, new toes.
the wilt-onslaughts the water- melon competition. Central Flor- groundwork'for
bookkeepers and State- The profitable
owners in the value of adequate forest fire control be- any State extension dairyman. Graw said the declare
melon growers have found it ida growers must have an early are wide agricultural organization. growers poultry production this year
necessary to abandon :each- field variety. ing given by the racing flames which have been enveloping Counties taking part in the that ,without icing facilities severe should be laid early.
after a crop for seven years. Only other variety the ""BlackLee" this area in clouds of smokes with an intensity. involving Principal support at this time project include Orange, Brevard, losses would be experiencedin
will be given to the
budget recommendations Osceola Yolusia Lake and Polk. transmit particularly from the
"Fresh fields are found for the developed at the Leesburg I
destroyed timber and threatened homes. of the State Board of Between five and 20 heifers will Okeechobee and Lacrosse sec-
most part to be free of the wilt Watson Laboratories, which has OYSTERSON
potentialities as a wiltresistantmelon The county forestry service Control for the Agricultural Experiment be grown in each county. tions.
Is late maturing. reported between eight and 10 Stations the Agricultural County and area contests will Three Florida potato growers HALF SHELL
Seeking to combat the wilt I fires daily as a minimum aver- PreCoolingSeen extension Service the College of be conducted in the Fall, with approximately will appear as witnesses at the
lEST TRAIlER SHOP melon growers have been treating age since the high winds began Agriculture at the University of (1,000 in prizes by Washington hearings includingG. DOZ. sac opts Till 11 PAL
Repairs and Parts for AD the seeds with fungicides last week. Crews have been I Florida, the State Plant Board the Sears. Roebuck Agricultural E. Spires of LaCrosse. D.
I A Makes of souse Trailer and hope this will reduce the working 24 hours a day to extinguish AnswerTo and the Livestock Sanitary Board. Foundation. Hague of Alachua and -J. E. ORLANDO FISH AND rOULTRt.I ft.
:!&btlal'-'I'opAW1daC-B1due loss this Spring. the widely scattered I "Objectives of the program Wathen of Fort Pierce. W. Church St.
17zs w. WuIdJI&1Oa Deaf UM I blazes. are to assist and encourage 4-H
Another control method Is to Greek
Citrus
Winter Garden Road)
4' ton spray and dust watermelon fields Although no immediate esti- Bean Rot I Crop Club boys to learn how to raise
sometimes by airplane. But there mate of damage was available it care for and show dairy heifers."
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the difficulty Is to find exactlythe was acknowledged hat damagewas Pre-cooling to 40 degrees will i Cut by Droppage Baetzman explained. TIMr.1IIM/N S MI--'-HIED.fWN
right time for the spraying or considerable and the highestin control development and spreadof "It is an opportunity for themto
5 eCABANTEED PRICES: dusting operation which falls many months. watery soft rot of fresh string 'From Hot WindsHot take the lead in assuring their .
otherwise. Fortunately, no homes or buildings beans during shipment from Florida families of good cows for producing -
5 Meat Cases & Coolers Growers. finding wild spores have been destroyed the to Northern markets, John R. dry winds have curtailed home supplies of milk and to SVI" '&$1

:- Reach-In were carried In manure, have ranger service reported. but many : Winston, senior horticulturistwith current production of the Greek learn how to develop good heifers
Refrigerators switched almost completely to use have been endangered and only the U. S. Bureau of Plant Industry citrus crop bringing It down to for commercial ,dairies.
last year's levels. the U. S. Officeof
through extraordinary efforts such laboratory here,
of commercial fertilizers In an reported
X OOCEDIATK: DELIVERY
... attempt to control the spread of destruction was kept to a mini yesterday. Foreign Agricultral Relations Hernando To Plant 330

t FREEZER CHESTS the However spores. this Spring the mum.Fires have been reported all Winston said the disease ap- said.Total citrus production is now Acres of Sweet Potatoes

t 12 ea..ft. $390X0 farmers are having difficulty in over West Volusia. County. Worst peared in alarming proportionsin estimated at 1,981,000 boxes, The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
[Special to
most of the Southern Florida with
production of
obtaining sufficient supplies of ones were located at Glennwoodwest 1 orange 1- Hernando 7W
ffeneral of DeLand. Lake Wlnne-I Winter production sections 025,000 boxes showing a four BROOKSVILLE .r
Co. .
& organic fertilizers."With'
Cooling Heating about
> County growers will plant
nussett and South DeLand near often causing heavy losses bothin per cent loss from last year.
control methods
3; c. c. PERRY proving the field and in the produceen Attempts to 300 acres to sweet potatoes this
the railroad station. export tangerinesto
i.. U Tears Experience the difficult man and who mostly can develop Insufficient an, Origin of most of'the fires was route to market. Britain and Switzerland failed year County Agent Harry J. 60 Years of ,Quality at Bumby's1947's

JI W. Central TeL 2-4142 7CM early, wilt-resistant watermelon attributed to carelessness, but a "The fungus lives on organic because of Inadequate shipping Brinkley reported.
Hernando Co-
of the
few_appeared malicious. The forestry matter In the soil and spreads to ;facilities. Members
F service was emphatic in requesting the growing crop" be explained. I operative Assn. recently bought
co-operation by watchful' The harvested beans carry Bradford Crops Delayed 250 bushels of certified sweet potato Best Values In Lawn Mowers!

care by the residents of,West Vo- multitudes of that will seed for bedding and plant-
spores
germinate
\": usia and all were warned to attempt and cause decay unless the Four Weeks Says AgentSpecial ing stock will be taken from these Four Proven Models All Guaranteed

no burning during the high temperature Is quickly reduced to [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
winds. Those who see fires were prevent their growth. This is the
STARKE Rain and low temperatures beds.JUST $14.95 to $28.75Made
asked to call the forestry service
only known way to avoid the In February will resultIn
immediately. heavy losses that are being- experienced later Spring crops than usual ARRIVED 1Iy world tartest
in Florida. this year from Bradford County Uwv ewer' factory. Uttt
model ot tamer FAN line
will have the multi-million dollar Winston asserted precoolingand farms. Agent T. K. McClane Jr.. we ban* sold for' 2S years.
Central Florida Industry beating shipping tests conducted dur- An NIl keari>(. precision
a clear path to his field David I ing the last two years show the said.Planting of nearly all crops was 1 Car Load knit.. valet. Uhi la beta......me.ele. la'4s.d .l
of rmUng
practicability this method and
asserted. delayed from to four weeks.
I one IV width*-"Tie LifeTime
k afford a basis on which the ex- back Hewer." '
Strawberries set by cold. Cabinet Sinks
of
tensive
bean-growing Industry are expected to come into produc-
Florida can cope with the watery WE STOCK THE PARTS
Often Monday EveningsWARREN'S soft tion again early In April.
rot problem.
More fertilizer per acre Is applied -
to tilled farm land in Florida $75.00 Complete FERTILIZER T
Winter Park Dairy than in any other State except Y s' r
Rhode Island New Jersey and k f
Winter Park ,Phone 68 Cattle AcclaimedIn Maine where the rate Is approxi- 5-Foot Bathtubs MAGIC BLOOM"The .
mately the same as In Florida.
About one out of every five per- perfect plant food for flowtri j
and lawn
Milking TestsTwo sons In the United States lives on I $59.00and s

lEU,-.springfieldTIRES registered Guernsey cows a farm. Another one in five lives : 5 Ibs. ________ 45cSPRINKLERS
owned by Lakemont Dairy of Win- In rural areas strictly dependent'

ter Park have completed two out- on farms. $69.00 are4Inch QUALITY HOSE
standing Advanced Register Records = _
the American Guernsey No machine yet built will har-
Cattle Club reported. vest a crop from farm land which Molded lire rubber.
Rayon in 6.50 and Over Soil Pipe $2 7
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1THE Lakemont Anthony's Nann has gone down the river. __ I 25-ft. length .

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Covers Central I Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Dew

Prices Orlando Florida March 30 1947 cT;< &rnllrul-&lar 27 .
When Cut I rj lr ihrnteg Page

Meat Prices Florida Truck

If DICK COOPER .1
Sunday Sent nel.5tar Aoncultural Editor, ] ,.' Cattle Grazing

."ItTHEN PRICES GO down on the retail market, it isn't' .

YY done by the retailer at the expense of his own profitsto Continue RisePrices THE EGG FftCTORV In Vegetable Volume DropsShipments

stimulate consumption, but at the loss of the grower. '. I ,,,.

Orange prices on the retail,market dropped one-tenth from of meat animals in gen ,",' .t-- ..H'...'; J<- ''' Fields Slated of Florida vegetables
December to January but the percentage of return to the eral are expected to continue high j) ': have dropped to between 70
)I grower skidded one-third. While out of a per dozen price of 41.9 through the first half of 1947. t'A;' :'" ""' ISoeciol I to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
of
and 75 cent the volume-
cents in December the grower's share was 37 per cent or 15.4 cents, the U. S. Bureau of Agricultural ,: FORT LAUDERDALEBrowardCounty per
of retail of 37.2 cents the return Economics reported. vegetable growers are moved last season with lighter,
month later a price .grower's was '
y lily 25 per cent or 9.2 cents. ...This meant while the price of orangesMO Declines in prices of better grade y;" \ = planning to fatten beef cattle on ,movement expected until mid-
slaughter cattle are probable as j Bi ; their Winter truck fields this Sum- April when early Spring harvests'are
MO the consumer dropped 4.7 cents per dozen the grower lost 6.2 cents. marketings increase seasonally ; ''' ;Yf.'o : made.
: .. And for the 1946 average at a price of 47.7 dozen the mer.County
per grower : Truck and ran shipments han-
said
through the Spring and early ,..... "... Agent B. E. Lawton i
received 47 per cent, or 22.4 cents. Summer. t-1- ... ,, y.w .' farmers have ordered more than dropped steadily since Jan. 1.
'' lICKmE if'> 15,000 fence posts and he has help I when they were 25 per cent ahead
SIMILAB FIGURES WERE shown.in the price of the No. 2 can Prices of hogs and lambs are r :: : l :: ed them secure an allotment of an | of last year. An overall loss of 15.
expected to remain at or near ..rwlRrwaa..a'RAWmR1E1 cent is expected from the-
grapefruit, which dropped 1.4 cents from Decemberto extra carload'of barbed'wire to i per
current high levels in the first k ,....,..... i 1945-46 movement.
January, with the producer bearing a 1.1 cent loss. All of ; fence in the fields.
which shows,the narrow martin allowed the grower by the retailer half of the year.By \ / \RLS'" \44'.'" :hY< I 'enD PRODUCT'" Lawton said the cattle can I Biggest loss was in the green

who preserves his mark-up regardless of consumer price drops Fall, meat-animal prices are e.* nssr. ,-'- '.,.;. utilize unharvested vegetables and pea crop, with only 35 per cent'
and whatever loss there is onto the producer. expected to be declining generally. can graze for four or five monthson of last year's volume moved.-.
passes
Prices of hogs and lambs in mid- : : t.d, the lush vegetation which Winter Irish potatoes showed a\\
THERE IS some sentiment expressed out loud that the II February were near the record grows following the vegetable I 50 per cent loss.
ALTHOUGH levels reached last November and : harvest. In this way the grower
should stay away.from the Legislature this Springat were more than half-again as high obtains added benefits from the Leaf vegetables such as escarole'rand
least one State organization is receiving backing from its grower as a year ago. Prices of better large amounts of commercial fertilizer lettuce have moved at only 60
members that revisions in the internal quality laws should be made.I I grade fed c tee dropped during : s' '; s "k, r" s+vrntutanrr L p applied to the Winter vege- cent of the 1945-4S shipments.*
t ttkRN
.o. The chances are that as usual the citrus industry will be well rep December and February, but a.r e. pcp ptia f 1k 4:t tables and not all utilized by them.I Celery especially from the-
resented during the sessions of the Legislature in Tallahassee. .-. A prices of stocker and feeder cattle s The County Agent believed that Seminole and Lake Okeechobe,,
meeting of the Florida Poultry Producers Assn.. postponed from last continued high. 5- grazing cattle will lessen disease areas has dropped to 7* percent
week, has been scheduled for the Angebilt Hotel April 9 by Sec. C. C. Pork supplies this Spring and 1 J i I and insect problems for vegetables
the following The
: cattle
year.
Holloway. Summer will be less than year I serious
npHAT GENIAL BANKER in "Gasoline Alley" who Is so generous ago, but beef Is expected: to be THE EGG FACTORY" an exhibit of the men's Exposition in Eustis. The exhibit shows tility droppings almost will as Increase much as soil a good fer- Less cabbage, at losses 75 per were cent shownIn and

in helping Skeezix and his buddies in expanding their business, plentiful. Florida Agricultural Extension Division, attracted that,a 5'/2 pound hen, given 230 pounds of i cover crop.Farm. tomatoes and beans at 85 per cent
who is caJ1edMr.. Enray" bears a strong resemblance to Sen. N. Ray Farmers reduced numbers of .a great deal of attention at the 4-H I material to eat and drink, can produce 224 I of last year's volume.
Carroll head of the First National Bank of Kissimmee, probably because all kinds of livestock last year. Club poultry show during the Florida Sports- eggs in-a year. Peppers, cucumbers eggplant,
Cartoonist Frank King is a There were seven per cent fewer I Bureau I and strawberries have matched,
Kow-Town resident. Carroll I hogs on farms Jan. 1. Sheep declined I their previous shipment volumes,
nine per cent, milk cows
who does take a progressive Interest two per cent and beef cattle also

in.is the an example growth of of how his community Cen-- II two per cent.ITavares. Farmers Study CostsWith Aiding County 4 :

tral Florida's bankers have con- i
tributed much to the development Firm
of the State's cattle citrus and 4.L farm costs remaining high I Addition of its 34th county j

agricultural industries. Makes Candies while prices taper off. Florida FARM COST OUTLOOK: Farm Bureau is expected to be
i made this week by the Florida
farmers are expected to pay more Labor: Will continue high this year, with some level-
N ORANGE PROBABLYone : i I Farm Bureau with complete or-
-
: from Texas-was bann- From CitrusSpecial attention to production figures in ing off the last part of the year. Hired labor costs per unit ;ganization of Santa Rosa County,
fed from the British' Bouse of 1947 than they have In the past of product can.be kept down by increasing productivityof i Field Sec. Sammy Baker said yes-
9 Sentinel-Star] few years the U. S. Bureau of terday.
[ to The Sunday workers.
(Commons the other day. when a
;speaker complained at the sight TAVARES-One of the most in- Agricultural Economics in Orlando Power and Machinery: Prices were at about record highs In .I president L. N. Finley with of Jay is acting 1r' ilea
Ray Oglesby of Milton
:of his fellow parUmentarian ... "': teresting industries in Lake Coun- asserted yesterday. I 1946 and little change Is in prospect in years Immediately ahead. I as acting secretary. 1
:;peeling and eating the citrustdMfng .' ty and Florida is the Walker Can-and During February farm costs Feed: February index was about 95 per cent above 1935-39 average I This is the first
new county
his lamentation over the .. 'f. Mrs.dy Co.Charles at Tavares C. Walker where manufac-Mr. reached all-time highs, with the (, but below the peak reached last July. The long-term trend from to be added by the FFB this Nly+ u I

'.JPcline and fan of the British ,.d{ i ture a large volume of citrus can- index topping 169 as comparedwith now on with increasing supplies will be downward. year with organization of Oka- Il<
Empire. The offender was"ini -_ dies which are marketed under the 163 in January and 139 a Seeds: The cost of legume and non-legume hay pasture and loosa and Holmes expected with- 1'' dV
i strutted to eat his Texas..._,.. I brand name "Orange Blossom year ago. cover crop seeds in 1947 will be higher than last year. in several months.
outside of the louse of Com-. Trail Candies. "For all farms In the U. S. together Fertilizers: Farmers win pay higher prices this year than they Baker said a membership,drive
mons. /And one Rio Grande Mr. Walker the president and out-of-pocket production have, but record breaking supplies are expected to be available this was underway in Washington
'Valley booster declared their general manager of the company, expenses now are nearly double Summer and Fall although demand still exceeds production. County with Escambia to open its
i grapefruit.grew w large It takes MR. ENRAY? has had wide experience throughout their pre-war level." the BAE said. Building Materials:: Demand will continue strong through 1947 campaign the first of April.

i!only nine to make a down. ,. helps out ;)keezix. the world, having operated in Economists stress the Importance and spot shortages will occur. Prices are not expected to decline soon. Second Negro county Farm Bureau k
I Mexico South America and New of maintaining a high Insecticides and Fungicides: Probably will cost from five to seven has-been formed in Columbia

/\NE OP- THE busiest little departments in Orange County agri- York. volume of production per farmto per cent more this year than last. High distribution costs will tendto County. The first Negro group
This factory during the citrus was organized last in Jack-
low cost year
obtain relatively
culture is the toil t llting'work carried on in the office of Agent i season manufactures 1,600 poundsof a keep prices up. I Feed Ever thing
Fred Baetzman, Use of the service:: which is available to anyone candy a day shipping its I, 2 of uct.production Reducing per unit unit costs of of prod- Interest: Charges paid on debts took an upward turn last year
pro- son.Cuban
wanting to know the mineral and chemical 'content of his soil is and 5-pound boxes to retailers duction will be more importantIn after declining for almost a quarter of century. Farmers generally Tomato Volume! You Grow withVIGORO
growing, with from 15 to 20 Inquiries received weekly. The bulk from Key West to Toledo. New 1947 and the years follow are obtaining an increasing proportion of credit from higher-rate
are from citrus vegetable and garden growers. Much of the testIng York Chicago St. Louis and Kan- ing than during the war. lenders. Cut by Late Blight
> work Is done by Dale Meta of Lockhart. young 4-H Club member., sas City. Taxes: Property taxes are responding to upward pressures after Shipments of Cuban tomatoes I
Bulk shipments of centers for "With 1946 cost levels, some fluctuating narrowly for a decade and payments will continue to Increase -I' have been reduced greatly be-
chocolates shipped to manu-
are 36 combination of production and this year.Insurance cause of devastation by late if CVMFtlTIMCatY***
wholesalers in States
facturing farm prices averaging about 50 : Upward trend in building has caused an increase of blight the U. S. Office of For-
_.i IMThL fPf .,r, BHHHESTOUL Portland including and as far to California West as Seattle.cities. per cent higher than pre-war I approximately seven per cent in 1946 over 1945. I II eign Agricultural Relations re- II
would be required to return farm ported.
The Walker Candy Co. uses a CHECKERBOARDFEED
operators as a group their pre-war February shipments totaled 10
I A OnoYw tii't+Fj ti tremendous volume of oranges, has been more rapid than for was 245 in February. 1947.
aa average net income. I million pounds, a one-third decrease -
0.tAI grapefruit and tangerines in the "Total farm production Is now either production or"prices. "On the other hand, prices from last season. Priceof STORE
manufacture of its candy duringthe
and 20 per cent greater than the 1937- "Farm costs also increased, but farmers pay for commodities purchased tomatoes in the New York auc- 66
season,using the pulp peel W. Washington St.
for centers, and retailing fresh 41 average. Prices are about 115 relatively less and at a slower rate particularly machineryand tion varied from $7.20 a lug to 50
per cent over the pre -war building materials have increased cents because of "
citrus juices by the gallon. than gross income and prices. It poor quality "We Sell Purina Chow
Lad PaM "
I OOV Lodi Six different varieties of can- average. is quite probable that farm costa some. caused by the blight.
dies are made including crushed Operating costs last year were will remain relatively high for the
Pw. M oranges tangerine and grapefruit $12 billion as compared with a next few years. Prices and costs
J' M r hMAedlsbl. centers truffles and the like. gross farm Income of $11H billion usually move together but costs I
yw a '- The Walkers first came to Lake before the war and $25 billion lag behind."
County to open a candy factoryin i In 1946."Longterm. The BAE noted that despitethe
A-' Groveland in 1937. They sold debts incurred when "artificial" boost given Florida r \
...... ..., Q I that plant in 1945. They opened costs and Incomes are high will farm prices by the shortage 1\\7R-hi.I\
mi TUMPHTATIW p their' new factory in Tavares in become burdensome as prices and caused by adverse weather conditions I ;t..
1945 and are wejl located on the gross income fall off." the BAR "many commodities are .
... .
main State highway to Orlando. t ,
"nil................. I' cautioned. not so scarce now as they were / r l-
.. ..- They have developed a large retail When farm-production pricesare during the war." .\ jrTjjJT TTs !
-.et t.e..r. "
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trade because of this Joeat1c,. '" .
considerably higher than cost There is evidence of l
some taper- t
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!._tile sl. .. ..
........ ww .w....... Qprt.i I selling as much candy in a single items and higher prices for farm ing-off in farm product prices, the .' .
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Sentinel-Star Radio
Winter Park r, The Sunday Program i .
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; P. Shumway. Orlando Board of Association of University Women,
WDBO (Sae) waor won
cum
the latest workof
Jascha will Introduce -
Heifetz _____ Trio 1 Realtors. and Martin Andersen Henry Bate,!
6.30: Melodies Olory Pleas Chapel in the Sky
Brevities Erich Wolfgang Korngold. Violin Concerto in D. ,6.45 Melodies -------- Chapel la the Chapel la the Sky County Merger and J. C. Brossier. representing
Mrs Robert Hammond. CIa.ssroom
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with the New York Philharmonic-Symphony 7-OO Colored Health Wk Ortaa y News _*. the Orlando Daily N wpapers. ,:
Efrem 3 to'4:30 WDBO.-Also 7 IS Catered Health Wk Or. n Reveille Mule by Sweeten Teachers Assn.; Mrs. Eugene
der Kurtz : pnxover .
MARGARET GUENEWINTER _. School
I, 730 Muter Slacen Oraaa Reveille Home.Bible
Robert scheduled is Mozart's Concerto in A, Haydn's Symphony 74-: Bob JOlla uu_- Oraaa Reveille Home.Bible School Tavel Parent Teachers Assn.; In the 60 years since gold wai
; PARK- Dry and No.'13 in O. 8 00 News -_-.-._ News Bummary News ..- Plans To Be StudiedCitizens Charles O. Andrews Jr. Winter discovered in South Africa. thtf
McCaslin pastor of the Park Lake Ladies in Retirement" starring Fay Bainter is .::IS Christ Deetefon for New World. _. Tabernacle Silver airing Cfcuwa_ Organ NBC Strine RecitalJO GYtet= Park Kiwanis Club: Dr. A. A. Lc- area has yielded come 10 biUiott
Presbyterian> Church. Orlando will Theater Guild at 10 from "'4S Christ for World T-btraacta Church NBC String GYtetf Lang. Winter Garden Lions Club; dollars worth of the precious metal
Rotary the production pm. o0 CBS News __ Cout to C. ea Bus World X"-=- Committee for Orange County consolidationwill Al Valdez. Winter Garden Junior: ': 1
peak to the new group WLOF. Estelle Winwood and Mildred Dunnock are ':IS Renfre Valley ? Coat to C. OB BBS Story<< to Order Chamber of Commerce; Clarence
noon on The_Spirit featured in the Reginald Denham-Edward Percy 9 3O Renfro Vslley __ Tone Tspestries Words Musis meet at the Angebilt Hotel Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. to BALDWIN\ IVE.S-POND
hen
Monday
Malt land
Cubbedge. A. T. O Neal
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945: Johnson Fsmlly Tone Tapestries The Coronettes consider the findings of its Steering Committee and tenta- PIANOS'Authoriud
of Rotary. play. 10:OO Church of Air _. of-Israel 'Darin Wk WIndermere; Tom S wan n e r.
JEarl, Myers of EustLs.. district .Faure's The Palms Why Do I Love You ,and 10:15 Church of Air ____ Meagan of Israel SUB. Mom. Mattel tive drafts of legislation designed to carry the consolida- Apopka Rotary Club; W. D. Sales A Service
j _.
Masicl
10.3O Voice of Prophecy Boatberaalrea San. Morn.
.Kiwanis.'win be Foster's Beautiful Dreamer are solos fort Robert 1045 Voice of Prophecy Southenisires___ Snn. Morn. Musk .ion amendment into effect. Simms Conway: Charles V. Rob: RefiBisBlac RcpairtasTaaiac I
governor.of; Merril on the RCA Victor Show heard at 2 p.m., 11OO: -News ._____._ lit Methodist Cut First ..mbi-Chb: The tentative Legislative'bills erts. Gotha; Robert Carleton
the epeaker.ar the Monday evening 11:IS Dr. Osborne __ lot Methodist Cb. First Presby. ChT Plymouth-ZeDwood. Fred Maguire ROBINSON MUSIC CO.
WORZ. Shields conducts the orchestraand
supper-meeting" from -Roy 1130 Salt Lsks Choir __ 1st Methodist. First Presby. ChTi have been prepared by W. H. Poe Ocoee.Mrs.Annie B.Lord. schools. 531 N. Oraaja TeL p12-
chorus. 11'4S Sal Le Choir fat Methodist Ch First Presby Ch h
: American Legion Auxiliary will 12:OO Inv. to LesmlBC News SummaryNews George .Johnson. P.Lea Jr, andJ. Mrs. William Melcher American
The Martin Show starring Martinas -
new
Tuesday- at 8 pm. at the Tony 12:15 IBV to Lesraiac The Vscsbonds ,. HoDrw'd: Salon Or. R. Wells working in ,collaboration -
of Commerce Building singing master of ceremonies supported by 12:30 Gospel Hoar Sunday String Hollyw Salon Or.
t e ber 1245 Oospel Hour _____ Raymond Swing Hollyw: Salon Or. with Robt. J. Pleus.The Committees 1
vocalist Victor orchestraand
Evelyn Knight. Young's
of officers. TOO.pdHour: _,_ Marrl for LIt. America Unite DR. P. D. NAPIER
There win be choral vespers at guest comedians makes its debut over CBS at 1:15: OosTcl>> Hour _...' Married for Life America United __ have had numerous meetings I
4 pm. today in Knowles Chapel 9:30 pjn. from WDBO. Bob Hope is guest for the 1:30 Ban..8errasd.Smith_ Seamy Ka7e ___. U ot CbL R"Dcltabt. with city and county officials I. NERVE SPECIALIST '
1:45 Bawd K. !says Pam ?ict a U 01 chi a'D4tAbie CHIROPRACTOR
with Alphonse Carlo. Bernard premiere.A during which many suggestions
2,00 wkly News Review Da..r.Dr.Danfld RCA Victor DIAPER SERVICE
Rudolph for efficient and
FIscher a more economical
Triedland and Berloiz is heard Laboratory
Beethoven and program on 2:15: Wkly News Betiew Dana'r.Dr.Danlld RCA Victor Complete X-fty
instrumentalists and Herman the Hour when Karl 2:30: Here To Ya __ Lutheran Boor Sunday Matinee- local government through con- Far Mm..*.tiena ar Imowdiata. Dlnrry ... I-tlTf
Sunday Evenin ; Kreugerconduct SJl Cathc.rt: St. r
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P. Siewert at the organ. The Detroit 2 45 Here To Ya Lutheran Hoar Bandar Matinee solidation have been advanced. PHONE 2.3357
t e Symphony Orchestra over
invited. 3'00 N. Y. Phil. Ores. Open House .__ Sunday Matinee _
public Is VLOF 8' The Steering Committee consists -
at pjn. 3:15: N. Y. PhiL Orch. Open Hems Sunday Matinee
o There win be a public Insf!*- America 3:30 N. Y. Phil. Orch. Pres fr'm HoBywd Sunday Matinee of Robt. Pleus chairman
tlon of the new officers of Pioneer United over WO.3Z at 1 pot. presentsthe 3.4S N. Y. Phil. Orch. Air Lane Trio ... Sunday Matlace the
representing Orange County
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question. What Must Be Done to Solve the
Chanter S-1. OES. Tuesday at 4-OO N T. PhIL Orch. Theso Oar Cnlldr: Prev'w of Tomor Bar Assn.; Mrs. A. H. Smith Jr.Leal'ue ,
g Masonic! Temple. Teacher Problem? Speakers Include Sen. GeorgeD. 4 IS N: T. Phil Orch : These Our Chlldr'n Trade Wind TaVra j 1 I
p.i11..in Melody of Women Voters; Gus t ,
4 30 Hoar of Charm Week Ar nd World Patterns In
I Regular meeting of the chap- Aiken [R-Vt.1 Irving Kuenzli. secretarytreasurer 4 45 Hoar of Charm ___ Week Ar'rod World Patterns in Metody' Lawton Rotary Club; Phil /
ter will be Thursday at 8 p.m. of the American Federal)n of Teachers. AFL; 5:00: Family Hour __. Darts for Doach NBC Orchestra Peters Winter Garden Rotary

An visiting Stars are Invited to and W. R. Ogg of the American Farm Bureau Fed- 1:15 S.30:: Family Happy Carmichael Hour _____ Darts Counter for Spy Dough__.' NBC NBC Orchestra Orchestra __ Club; and James Treat. Winter rS71aa1NG

attend. : eration. <.4S Wm. Bhirer _.__ Counter Spy _, NBC Orchestra Park Lions Club. .

{ East Central Circle of the Win- Paul Lucas is guest on' Kite Smith Sings .'OO Owl Harriet Drew Pearson .... Sacred Heart -_1 I The Citizens Consolidation II I
ter Park Garden Club will meet 6:IS Owl Harriet _. Doa Gardiner __ Dave Rose Orch. Committee I
starring in original vignette. Sonata based
with Mrs.A. an on .;30 Kate Smith Great Story Told. Bob Burns Show in addition to the above GOSPEL i: 4tits3AGisI
Thursday at 10 am. the life of at 6:30 ___ Told Bob Barns Show _
Beethoven p.m. over WDBO. '45 Kate Smith Great Story named. Includes Walton McJor- icb fire
Osceola Ave. ,
1041 _
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B. Morgan. The trial and execution of Christ are dramatizedin 7 OO Gene Aatry _-._ Mysterious Travlr Jack Beany dan. Greater Orlando Chamber .>f trlAltENGING __ I t y,
Mrs."Wild W.Flowers"Doremus and Mrs.will Morgan discuss The Crucifixion second of the: Easter Trilogy 7 7.3O::IS Oene Blond Autry__-___ Calif Mysterious Melodies Tra_'Ir Jack Fitch Benny Bandwecon___- HANS DE MEISS-TEUFFEN Commerce; Randolph Matheney.: AbecissEs _= IUTNER N H Ucv R

Greatest Blondle ________ Calif Melodies ___ Pitch Bandwa.eng Junior Chamber of Commerce tDR.1.MA1
will relate The Legend of Dog- programs on The Story Ever Told over 7-45 to speak here.PaIesIin' ; HORUS '
WLOF at 8:30 p.m. Sam Spade _.-J Bun. Eve, Hour Stars of Tom Herschel O. Stuart. Orange County R =
wood. ___ Bout Stars of Tomor'w
'IS Sam Spade Sun. Kve. Chamber
When the WCTU meets Tuesday Alec Templeton. world-famous pianist. Joins AlGoodman.s '30 Crime Doctor ,._ San. Eta Bear Musical Showcase of Commerce; Fume 1
____ Eve Hour Musical Showcase Steed Kiwanis Club Thomas LvIsV SOM. STATION
':4S Ned Calmer Sun ? ;
will orchestra in Richardddinsell's
at 3 pjn. Mrs. Cora Bowen War-
lead a discussion on the proposed saw Concerto on the Family Hour at 5 pan. over ':00 Hildeearde Walter Wlncbcll_-_ Pope Concert Concert __ TalkSetaI5ynagogue Gurney Lions Club; W. A. Patti- wLOF 2:30 P.l1. :
"'IS Rildesarde Loueila Parsons Pops shall Exchange Club; Col. R M.
ma by Sen. Capper prohibiting the WDBO. :3C Eddy Bracken Jimmy Fldler...... Pops Concert __ 'Shearer Civitan "
advertising of intoxicants.. 9:4S Eddie Bracken Policewoman Pops Concert --- Club; W. W. \
Loueila Parsons. ABC Hollywood columnist, Interviews -
Beginning April 1. the Hispanic fo.OO Take It. Leave It Theater Guild Variety Hour i Arnold Optimist Club; Mrs. Henry
Barbara Stanwyck and David Niven on Hour Kfflen. Sorosis Club
10:15: Take It. Leave It Theater Guild Variety i ; Mrs. Dolly 1
Institute Library will start Its her broadcast from WLOF at 9:15 pjn. 10:30: We. The People __ Theater Guild _. Variety Hour ___ Hester Pilot Club: Mrs. Violet
10:45: We. The People Theater Guild h Variety Hour -
-" .... The Jack Benny Show at 7 over WORZis Dunham. Business and Professional
:;r. : pm. 11:00: News-Feature __ World ToDlta,8Dta News from NBC I I
r COSTS NO MORKTO broadcast from the Marine Memorial Theater 11:15 Report UNO _. Eddie Stones or. Caser Sesrchmcer, Women's Club; Lee Hazen .k
BOY 'THK BEST" 11:30 Music Ton Know Eddie Ho.ard'.OI'. H. Russell's Mnsla Hans De Meiss-Teuffen Swiss Orlando
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PHONE 24474J5 ; in San Francisco. Dennis Day is tenor soloist with 11:45: Music You Knew : Orch.-Ntws H. Russell Music free lance writer and traveler will I I Merchants_Assn._; Clifford _
: Phil Harris' orchestra. SilBTbtt _
i 1200 News deliver a lecture at the Ohev
12:IS Music Music By Shred 1
-r L. 12:39 Music Francis Craig Or. Shalom, Synagogue Wednesday.
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WDBO SMI WLOF (12M WOK (740)8OO
,r Melodies __ News _________. Plea en A News' 12'4S Music _.___ Francis- -Craig or. April 9, at 8 pjn. Sidney Gluck- *
s, .IS Melodies ___ Glory Fleasaata Glory risantaTiio W SUn Off News Sign off L man. chairman of the 'Orlando

: .. i.5* : ,Branch of the Zionist Organization -
rm Summer schedule of two morningsa 1 t<. her New CrIsis' in Sino-American I of America has announced.De .

: call GROVES we Wednesday and Saturday I day from ." The Woman's Club Meiss-Teuffen has visited LISTENAPPEAR
Palestine four times during the
: N. Orange -Blossom Trail from 9:30 ajn. un.til 12:30 pm. Severs not meet Friday... last 10 years; acquiring an extra- ::

Orlando, FloridaVALENCIAS i AQ Hispanic Institute members Tuesda* Mrs.. H. W. Hastings returned ordinary insight into all phases of IN THORPE'S"STARS

;.. r who plan to attend the annual Norman from Greenfield, Ill. where life in the country living in the

ir meeting Saturday at 11:30: a.m.'at Showalter was called by her father's ill- tents of the Bedouins and associ-
ating with the westernized Arabsin
: THIS SEBLESS VARIETY the Chamber of Commerce Building Mrs. their natural environment. OF TOMORROW"EVERY

of nnes-dtoCk fun of golden are Invited to remain for Jack Arthur Ussauer will be the Uni- His first entry to Palestine was

i rich Juica-Is now at JU peak of luncheon.Mr. afternoon Club pow-wow speaker made as uncertified immigrant by
oodneu. Why not lend a box orbasket and Mrs. Carl Scott left Mr. r afternoon discussing sailing his boat at night into SUNDAY AT 8:00: P.M.
: to tnoa- back borne? This and her
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of Industrial Wastes.
Friday for their home in Milford. Haifa harbor and creeping ashore.
gift would lie highly appreciated.
,0 0p Conn., after a.visit with Mr. and of ,New Kelly will speak Friday ic f *
month's He was later apprehended by
a the
A Fun Variety the Famous Mrs.John Walker Adams. about 'Whittier.
: Mrs. fi. the British and imprisoned until -
,H.CB MOON BRAND rWLta.ta The first of two meetings spon- Poet"The
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Style Swlaa- : tute of World Government and pital.Mrs. Boynton will play tomorrow I order to get first hand Information -
Cold-N-Rtcb Bteau Varieties. the United World Federalists will C. at the benefit musical on the country he '
i Also Spread a wide asaortment of ,, te at 8:15 pjn. Tuesday in Win- day for the Woman's Club Is an almost- worked as a farm mechanic stay

ter Park High School. Heights. woodwind instrument ed in an Austrian monastery fora
,0 A Complete: Stock of raacyGroceries Mrs. Sidney Haley will speak her prior to the 18th Century week and successively workedas FLORIDA'S SHOW

I far Uwckeou. Parties.rBOZEN : Wednesday night at the Lions Club W. H. T : combines the tonal qualities an electrician ditch-digger
r VEGETABLES : supper meeting. discussing the The the flute and clarinet. truck driver hotel clerk and orange FOR r
ft1111"l-aB.U'OODS" ; proposed Youth Center. ter Park : Others on the program of pre- picker. He was the only non-

:".".,' ................".. Mrs. Leslye Diffen win return. will be :"h music to raise money for Jewish member of the Histrad- CENTRAL FLORIDA PEOPLE
Saints homeless children of Europe
James L. the Unitarian Service ruth.The
public is cordially Invitedto

..1 HI 11'4 f 'ii f. f.L Yale to Dr.China ,,violin?so re,:;.-ano be Mrs.;othea Bernard Charles Dool- admission attend the charge.A lecture.. There is no 4: Auditions Every'Tuesday, WORZ Studio, 3 P.M.21CRE'IS ....L...::

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ceremony' the 2d Battalion, 485th Glider talion; Lt. Col. Marion Williams, Infantry,

8 Park o Infantry,.Army Organized Reserve Corps. held Jacksonville Military District representative; r toy INCJ
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CO. IfaeGlmier. the showing of "Courage of Lassie" '' 1 1t
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Let
Rollins Choir Out of the Depth Arkhanretokr:
o Thy Blessed Spirit .TKueinokoII: ; Vesper at the Beacham Theater on
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: rather Most Holy Christiansen -
g : Lord. We Will Be Glad Uoiart yesterday.The .
Following the program. a grand program will Include the '
O Just wife or telephone 'Visitors' Club march will be held at 9 pan. to film versions of many of the best ; -
M start dancing until midnight. plays and novels produced in the a t
ORLANDO I Rollins College Chapel Choir of Knowlton's orchestra will furnish last year and will feature comedy ON SALE MOM!
60 voices under the direction of the music. A small. admission drama and musicals. '
U charge will be made. Attractions Include: "Its a Won- Jay r
TRANSIT. [| Christopher O. Honaas. will pre- derful Life" starring James OUR ENTIRE STOCK J
40.
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sent an hour's of music
program Stewart in his first film role since
OF HIGHER-PRICED Q;
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46 Weber; Ave.-2-0744 Club meeting at 8 p m.Tuesday in Donna Reed and Lionel Barry- BETTER FINEMARQUISETTE .i '* / ,
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O Ou the Municipal Auditorium.The Planning 'Spring more; "Sea of Grass." a romanceof ,
program: the Southwest with Katherine
D Don' FussO 0 Cantata COme.No.Redeemer. el). Bach.f: Ah.our Dearest Race (Jem.from Festival of Hits'"Spring Hepburn and Spencer" Tracy; I
"Sinbad the Sailor. Arabian 1
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and Jesu. Bread of Ufa Urom. Cantata Festival of Hits" of Nights tale. starring Maureen -
-Ride The Bus No How 1101.Lovely) Bach.In Thy DweUInc Place (from Florida State Theaters operatorsof O'Hara and Douglas Fairbanks Jr.. ; .
I the Requiem. ). Bi.hm : A Poor WarfarlniStrancer. nine theaters in Orlando and and "Suddenly It's Spring." a BOTH SIDES READY HEMMED! -. -o, r/i
tl l arr. Jackson-Catwood.' There If Winter Park will be held during j i comedy starring Paulette Goddard
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