Orlando morning sentinel
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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
Orlando Sunday sentinel=star
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: May 25, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075053
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System ID: UF00079944:00053
 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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I Demo Move To Delay I Seen Rollins Reaching College Legislature Okays Most

I Tax Cut Seen RoutedSenate : V-E Goal June..4 Of Governor's Program

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Orlando Hall Given

Test Vote :, CORNERSTONES OF SOCIALISM' HIT :, To School at Fete .

Fibber M'Gee's Closet!
Walter L. chairman Caldwell 'More
House Committee Shapes Hayes, -

On Levy Slash ,, of the Rollins College

Probe of Government In i Victory-Expansion program
: said yesterday that the college Than Pleased

Due TomorrowNarrow had raised all but $35-

'Competition with Business'WASHINGTON 000 needed to reach its $575,000
V-E goal and thereby fulfill the
Republican : [AP] Rep. Ploeser [R-Mo] announced conditions of $500,000 grant fora II With Progress'Big

plans last night for "a searching examination" of activi- new library and its equipment. I r

Victory Expected ties of the Tennessee Valley Authority and other Govern- He made the announcement ata f Education Plan

WASHINGTON'UP[ ] Sen. ment agencies in "competition with business." ground breaking ceremony ,for

chairman of the House Small Business Com- Orlando Hall new classroom: Still Needs FundsTALLAHASSEE
concededlast Ploeser :
George [D Ga] building given to Rollins by Or-
'mlttee said the committee Inquiry ; A P
[ 3
night that the Senate lando citizens: and added:
also will cover the' Reconstruction -
probably will reject his pro- Police Believe Finance Corp., Home "I feel assured that this sum tdIxi Virtually every major recommendation -
to action onThe I will be raised by June 4, the deadline M (b ( ) .__JL.JJ made by Gov.
J.Bgosal postpone Loan Corp.. Home Owners Loan ..,
Republican bill to cut personal Fled Corp.. U. S. Housing Authority. 'I' set by Davella Mills Founda- 7g7'ei G7Jr / Caldwell in the broad pro-
Negro tion, donors of the library.
Income taxes. Rubber Development Corp., and. gram he outlined to the

'Ibe.showdown will be tomor- many other agencies. His statement highlighted an .... 4flp Legislature at the opening of the

row. The Senate then will vote on Armed Band Also he said, "monopolistic features Impressive program\ at which current session either has been

George's motion to delay further of certain giant co-opera- James B. Keith, chairman of the I,1I \it'JI: ,7ri1j met or is in the process of becomIng

consideration of the tax bill until JACKSON, N. C. [UP] tives" will be studied, as well as Orlando Hall committee, presented A I1 I law.

June 10.George. North Carolina police, en- "the tax exemption privileges of I the new building to the In his Constitutlonany-requhtrl

said he expected only\ gaged in one of the State's co-operatives and foundations." college. 1flftt i'' Ii message on the opening day of the-

two. possibly three. Republicansto most intensive efforts to "Government competition with "In appreciation for your work session the Governor made recommendations -

vote for his motion. Democratswere solve a purported lynching, business or permanent Government for Winter Park. Orlando Orange I tot a broad program -

reported solidly behind it. i financial assistance to County and the entire State we f' of expansion of aid to

But they still needed at least II reported Godwin strong C. evidence Buddy yesterdaythat Bush 24. business are the cornerstonesof give you this building" Keith said i I r i i schools welfare public health

five Republican votes to put it socialism" rl added. to Dr. Hamilton Holt Rollins authority of the' Highway Patrol
a Negro seized from jail Friday
across. president. .. Ja creation of a State-Tax Commission -
I escaped execution by an armed "For nearly a quarter of a century "
Republicans agreed with Georgeon band of white men. there has been developing in "Our next step is to raise money and revision of the Constitu

the probable outcome of the I I America dangerous philosophythat with which to furnish this new tion.
District Solicitor Ernest R. Tyler a
crucial test vote.Chairman told Gov. Cherry he was convinc- the ills of capitalism in the builidng." he said. Yesterday Caldwell said h.

MUIikin of the Senate i United States must be cured.either Members of the Orlando Hall was "more than pleased with the'

Finance Committee said be U. S. Lynch Law Opposed by permanent Government subsidies committee, who were introducedby progress" toward the program

wu confident of defeating the INDIANAPOLIS UN Ralph I of distressed groups, or Gov- Keith and who raised funds he outlined. '

motion by a narrow margin. McGUl. Atlanta Constitution ernment operation of businesses. for the new building, are: Mrs.
editor said yesterday he opposed : "It is my belief that the only The Big Citizens' Education
Orr Robert S. and
George indicated he then prob- a Federal lynch law because it sound cure for the Ills of capitalism ( Carr Committee bill has been approved

ably would vote for the GOP- would be an admission that the is for Government' to devoteits I Lloyd F. Gahr. Walton McJor- : I and signed into law although
moral strength of a State "was dan fifth member of the
to markets
energies keeping committee -
sponsored bill. It would slash personal funds to finance the $50 million
not strong enough to support free 'by breaking up all attemptsof was unable to attend.
Income taxes by from 10.5 1U own law." private groups to restrain trade. President Holt described the \VJ) program and other necessary governmental -

to 30 per cent beginning July 1. I "If the laws of supply and demand rift of the "most valuable ? ,, functions have not! yet
as one '
He also said he expected the ed the frightened Negro Jerked are maintained. private enterprise additions to the campus" --o,. ., '" '. ------------ been provided.

House to agree to the Senate re- I; loose from the mobsters and fled I can and will produce and added that "I hope that However the Governor who has

visions. The main difference was into the woods where he still was abundantly without having to ask Rollins College will be worthyof maintained a policy of leaving to

the effective date. hiding. Government" bureaucracy for assistance the confidence placed in us." the Legislature the selection of,
I I Tyler's evidence that the Negro I When completed. Orlando Hall :I .
--- --- President's Mother I any new revenue source. said
The nOUN bill would will be a two-story structure of
had miraculously escaPt'das Mediterranean vir- !! Telephone Union | Bribe Charge "with the deep Interest shown by
.l.t the tax eat retroactive to last I architecture
Jan. 1.Other. based on an affidavit signed by Mr. F F. T T. Scruggs I jtually fireproof with six classrooms i r Sleeping Most Of : the Legislature for the welfare of'

Rosa Howard a Negro: woman I and 12 offices for faculty.It I I schools I am sure It will do
Capitol Hill develop-. who, lives across the street from will be occupied by the English I''Ii Time Gets Weaker
i I I whatever necessary to effectuatethat
menta: I department. Efforts will be madeto Eyes CIO Ranks Quiz RecessedTALLAHASSEE
the jail from which Bus.1as "
Mo. TAP! Pres. I II program.
Sen. Taft IR.-O.1 and Rep. i spirited Dies at! HospitalMr. complete it by the Fall term. i I I
Hartley R.-NJ.J are directing a away. Preceding the program local Truman reported last night that I The Governor also voiced
I The woman said she .saw the NEW YORK [ API] The [AP] The
I I mother was getting weaker. I satisfaction over the record
legal staff charting fundamental ]I|[ mob leave the jail. [Continued' on Pare 2, CoL 6]
I Finch Thomas ScruggsJr. front of independent Returning to his hotel at Kansas brib-
changes In the National Labor Relations nationwide 340,000 grand jury examining $63.10,000 General] Appropriations -
As they drove off. she added at I
Board including one to the a man bolted from one car and ., 45, of 938 Bradshaw Tr., telephone workers 94-year-old City from another Mrs. Martha trying E.day Trtt- ery charges against Rep. bill. providing for doubled

NXRB primarily'a Judicial body.. darted between two houses. One advertising executive and Sixth 'Dahlia'Killing I weakened somewhat |i'man's bedside, the Chief Executive Bernie Papy, Key West, has publto health funds which h.
shot rang out. i said he had talked several strongly advocated.:
the .
Rouse Republicans are near
of of the founders : scheduled until
grandson one strike
during the recent was j his the a recess
times to mother during long
halfway mark In their efforts to Tyler said officers had found a Foiled Although more than double !be
of the Dickson & Ives Jolted anew yesterday as leaders' and anxious hours. but that "she Thursday but State attorneys aiding ,
cut $II million from President i pistol bullet embedded In another appropriation for the current
department store, died Saturdayat LOS ANGELES [UP) Mrs. Violent of the key long lines union voted ,,i slept most of the time. I In the investigation are under !
Truman's (37 1-2 million budget I house across from the jail This i r biennium. the $63,100.000 Is fAir-
5:15: at Orange Memorial :, Eunice Asher. 43. bleeding to join the CIO. "S U'I just about the same1 I orders to continue examinationof
estimate for fiscal 1S48. but It was believed the bullet which the p.m. ly well in line with recommendations
of the heId, "there's not
Hospital.He and bitten was found gasping I'I'I J. J. Moran. president I I adding" witnesses. of the Cabinet Budget Com
appeared unlikely that they would Negro woman heard fired. 23.000-member American Unionof muc hanre. I
I. I The 18-man Jury will return to mission.
was taken ill five monthsago yesterday in a ditch near Norwalkand and vice-
reach their goaL I Telephone Workers a I
and had been a patient In the the arrival of a motorist I of the Independent Na- The President planned to remain its task before Thursday if State CaldweD also advocated broader
Lawyer Scoffs At weeks. t| saved her from being the sixth I president tional 'Federation of Telephone with her Indefinitely. The 'II | Attorneys Orion C. Parker Jr.. powers for the State Highway
hospital seven I White House staff was alerted for' Patrol and he
I I victim in the "Black Dahlia". sex I signed into law Jut
Widow BridegroomHeld Workers. announced the Tallahassee. and Phil O'Connen.i .
Prior to his illness he and his murder pattern. an emergency. week a measure granting it the
U. S. Action I AUTW officials to quit the ,
'ArsenicMurder' Lynch family lived for 10 years in Philadelphia Henry Alfred Hampton. 39, con- NFTW and affiliate with the CIO I i West Palm Beach. Indicate their same police Immunity of other
i where he employedas struction worker of North Long I Teacher inquiry Is complete and all evidence peace officers and full authority
was Immediate AcquittedOn
GREENVILLE. S. C. lAP) I and said it was an result to arrest the
Thomas Beach, was held In the case on reaction following gathered. on hjghways.
of "membership
Wdfford. leading defense manager of the Ruben H. I I
attorney for 28 white men who Donnelley Corp.. telephone book suspicion of attack. the strike." Girl's ChargesSOUTH Twelve Howe members, one
Ala. 'IAPJ A 30-year- I' were acquitted this week: of lynching I Hampton admitted meeting Mrs. The WeatherORLANDO
old Linden woman and the man a Negro said Atty Gen. Clark advertising department Earlier Asher last night in a Long Beach "We believe that as a resultof BEND. Ind. tUPl State official and legislative representatives -

she married four days after the I I might invoke Federal prosecution he was employed in the Dickson Tavern. but denied going out with our experience: in the recent Russell 1...Jackson 32, high school of the Florida Lea- AND .VICTMTTJ
her later.Greefc trite," Moran said "we can't biology teacher was found Innocent Partly cloudy, scattered afternoon
of Municipalities and the -
husband last "but they'll our gao
death of her first never get boys &; Ives store her isolated
continue to as an yesterday of charges that he showers, little temperature
March were held without bond back into court. I Florida Power and Light Company -
Mr. Scrum was born here Guerrillas Kill group and remain Isolated' from seduced pretty Doris BawLs 15. a change today and tomorrow.
Wofford his
under murder charges. made comment in
yesterday June 13. 1901. lie was the son other segments of organized pupil, during a pillow fight. and have been subpoenaed fey 4
Circuit Solicitor _T. H. Boggs connection with Clark's statement of Mrs. Emma Ives Scruggs and Two British Soldiers labor." that he was the father of her the Jury.
said a State lexicologist's\ report I that he would ask immediate investigation 'II baby. I. Cracker Jim Sez:
described the case as "murder by Into the possibility of the late F. T. Scruggs Sr. ATHENS IUP1 British Embassy i The AUTW membership must Two of lawmakers summoned. Iffen them youngsters of Jed
Jackson said the girl brought
arsenic." I civil action in the "outrage" in ,' His maternal grandfather was announced yesterday guerrillas ratify the CIO affiliation plan. t the charges because he had given Reps. Brailey Odham. Sanford. Prods has got any pin worms

The couple was listed as Mrs. South Carolina where a jury acquitted Sidney Edwin Ives partner in I killed two British soldiers Thurs- The AUTW move was quickly her a "low mark" in biology.He and Clarence Camp. Ocala. they aint a goin to have em tim
Adele Digman Anderson and Gil- self-acknowledged members -! Dickson & Ives. day about 40 miles from the Bulgarian assailed by Joseph Belrne. president -I said she had told him at brought about the investigation : their ole woman

bert Anderson. 35. I of a lynch-mob. I He was educated at Porter Military frontiers in an attack upona I of the NFTW. u "foolhardy" the time: "Damn. you 111 get even I with their House-floor charges I rita through with

\ r'1 Both denied the charges but I II Academy. Charleston. S. C.. British military mission truck ; and not "conducive to the best in- with you." I that Papy had offered them moneyIn I em. She says they
said made LONDON (UPI Although the ; and Oglethorpe University. At- and Jeep. Four other British soldiers iterests of telephone korkers" I an effort to persuade them to have been kinda
they statements
Roars "which did not coincide."- I foreign office reserved comment lanta. including a captain were I The National Federation of Telephone C&O Head work against a bill which would. I puny lately so
on recent lynch activities in the I Besides his mother Mr. Scruggs kidnaped but have been reported Workers is composed of 49 Charges have curbed bookmaking activityin she made Jed

The prosecutor said Mrs. Ander- I Carolinas British diplomatic circles -!! is survived by his widow. Mrs. released. I I semi-autonomous. unions., I Railroads 'Starved'HUNTINGTON. I' Florida. bring her a bottle
son's first. husband Lowery Dig- said privately yesterday the I Elizabeth Scruggs. and a daughter i -- ---- -- --- i The bill was defeated in the of turpentine yes-
man. 46. a State Highway Department lynchings have played into the Miss Ann Hyatt Scruggs. W. Va. I House but since has been reintro- tlddy. She claims: ItI
emploj. died March 22 aft hands of Communist propagandists i COMMENCEMENT WEEK TO START FRIDAY Robert R, Young. chairman of the 'duced in slightly different form. I that all she has iKI _
II and
board of the Chesapeake I
er being 111 several days. in Europe. I ito do to git rid

I' Wallace Ready to \ 95 To Get Diplomas Rollins I that Ohio railroads Railway of charged the nation yesterday have : Wealthy Dayton Greek 1: of them worms is to dip her finger
Dynamite ExplosionKills Wet Weather that In that turpentine and trace five
I I i Lead 'Peace Party'OLYMPIA been brought to such a plight Slain by Assailant ,circles aroun them younguns navels}

Four on Farm To Curtail Cotton Crop IUP1 Henry A. 1 Graduates Its Largest Class I troop the event transport of another would war.collapse in ,I DAYTON. O. rAP O e 0 rite and them pin worms will coma

SIBLEY. API] Four persons I MEMPHIS lAP This season's Wallace said yesterday he would i Young blamed the Interstate K. Zavakos. prominent in Greek- outen them rascals: like a bear
were killed yesterday in a blast : cotton may be severely cur- i lead a third party if It would Commerce Commission and the I American circles and a wealthy : outen a hollow log when Spring
which occurred yesterday when tailed If unseasonably wet weather help peace but added it was imi -I Dr. John J. Tigert University of Florida president, will I Federal Government Jointly for I Dayton businessman. was shot to gus here. Them Summer rains

Lee Stevens, 37. farmer living 9 continues into June. H. A. Carpenter i I possible to say at present" if sucha deliver the commencement address when Rollins College what he called "starvation policies: death in gangland style in frontof what are a comin now helps to git

miles southeast of here either district extension agent at movement was necessary to I bestows degrees on its largest senior class in history Monday -t in dealing with the passenger and ,I his home here yesterday.The rid of them worms too

dropped fell with a box the of box dynamite in his hands.capsor Indianoia. Miss.. predicted yester-, maintain peace..OLHOfA. I :June 2 at 7:30: p.m., Pres. Hamilton Holt said last freight rate increase applications. 45 calibre only bullet clue police found had embeddedin was a I TODAY1* TiDes

The dead besides Stevens were day.About CITY [API Gov. nicht. I as contracted with the promptnessof the porch of his' home fired I .rt* a a.aca Tid. **. HUH aP 54 aJiU.
75 per cent of the Mississippi i the Government in promoting and p m, Lov 8 43 m. 3 51 p in
Mrs. Rose Horky. 38, a widow and Delta needs several days Jester of Texas declared last I Ninety-five seniors will be from a. strange automobile that Cocoa ...clt Tide Hub 12 04 a m. asS
Stevens' housekeeper. and her two night "there may be an appropriate -, didates for degrees. 83 for can-l wage Increases to labor. : slddded to a stop beside Za vakos' I, p m: 1.4w S.S3 a m and 801pmfeattian .
of dry weather to effectively culti- will act marshalls and I > .
as Inlet Tioeei Hall 11:9 am.p
children. Charles.: :5. and Ruth. 3. vate its crop, he observed after : place for Henry Wallace and I lor of Arts, nine for I car. Sad .m.: I.o1..47 a.m. and lUll.m.
a I his appeasement crowd but I Science and three Reedy Talton. of the graduatingclass Two Carolinians Face .tin P"._ Riles 5:31. aeta 113.
week of
Movies .heavy rains. maintain that it is not in the for Bachelor of I Local Tos.oseatu'ii
Tonight's : as master of ceremonies. Yields
i iiI
Death Murder Count Colorado Largest Recorded by 0 a. Weather Bureau
BEACHAM: t.on Laushf at Andy Hardy. Party. Music. Betty Rosenquest will read the on I nUipal Airport:
13: ; 3'35; 1:1': 1 35; 5 35ROXY : Rep. Fred Bradley Additional hon SYLVA. N. C. 1UPJ Two :'U.S. Uranium DepositsI Maximum 91 Minimum, 79
The Perfert Marrlate. 1:40: 3:43, I class: prophesy and Eugene Buyssethe I I 1 m------- '2 1 p.m ISI
8:40. 140. 9 40 11 Dies of Heart Attack Student Strikes Rack ors will be youths convicted of first degree WASHINGTON fTJPl) Largest I 2 a.m. _______ 22 2 p.m. S7
CAMEOL,a t Hrr to Urartu. 3.2S. (awarded to outstanding last will and testament. Senior murder yesterday faced death in I 3 ..... ____ 12 ;3 P.1IIo ? 99

4.45 COLONY. 7'on :9 f 20.(... la Hf'U,1Io 2.00 3:JS. WASHINGTON [IUPJ The office China; Reds Advance i mem- Class Pres. Sheldon Marks: will give the lethal gas chamber July 11 In deposits the United of uranium States ore'have yet found been 4 :::: :::::- '71 12 : ::::: -.----.._' asS 18M

,5.3. 7:54. 9:52, of Rep. Fred Bradley 49, SHANGHAI AP Chinese I Ibers of the class.: the farewell address. for the double robbery-murder of a.m-------- 'Ii p.m. -
River ;
ORAND 100 400. 700. discovered in the Colorado ; : ::::::: '13 : ::. ., 7*
I 10 : Suap.ns. : : I I R-Mich.l. said last night the Government troops forced three :The coveted Al- Dedication of a plaque in appreciation i a Sylva taxi driver. Jack Hall and said s.m. p.m .. 71
00; Olnter 2.50. 3:30. 5.30. Basin a Senate source a.m--------
RIALTO: The Time the Place and the I Congressman died yesterday at Shanghai newspapers to suspend gernon Sydney of Mrs. George E. Warren his wile Margie. Robert Messer. area I : a.m.: :::=: : : :::: 71
Olr2.00.\ 4 43 7:JO, 10.IS..: InrlilbU Informer New London, Conn.Bradley'S publication last night accusing: Sullivan Medallion donor of the Administration 21. and Earl OT>ar. 24. were i last night. _ _ 10 a.m$2 17 : 77
1 00 3'4S. ;;m 'IS am. :: :::: $4 pm 4
VOGUE: Caur... of La..... :3 35. 6.S5. I office said heas them of attempting to overthrowthe I will go to Bldg.. will feature the program. I found guilty by a Jackson County I Iii Rosa ___u__ U 12 MidnIght- 7$
10'15: The Verdict. >.10, 5.3O. ..50. I stricken by a heart attack and Government by printing "news one man and one Senior class committee in chargeof Superior Court Jury Friday night. Charter Yf
DRIVE CLERMONT: IN :Badmani Whit Tie Territory and Tall died an hour later. detrimental to military authori I ,,woman five $100 ,: I the program includes Belle I jl TEMPERATURES CLSCWHCMCWASHINGTON
:1 : IAP Weather Barca* reI -
1 ..
DELANO: Rat* .in Hrarrn; DREKAnaliMma : ties. cash prizes un- Ainslie Embry. Daniel Paonessa. Waterfront Tieup Looms I port ol temperature (or Uu 24 bourl
and th Lady TamblewoodTrail Widespread student strikes con- der the GeneralTliert'Charles Marks: and Talton.BaC'Calaureate I I FRANCISCO (UPI I AuhService I ending S pm.:
19+7 flay SAN c6r4w, N,91a1..w' HigN...
EOSTIS: : M 9 Favorite Brunette. 19+1 tinued in China's big cities and McCormick Reeve scholar- service will be I Threat of a new Pacific Coast I A.ahvfll. 71 57 I Meridian n iiLUants
OROVELAN'D: U.drcuraI.CITY the Communists scored ship award will be given for high I 14 IS Miami 1'7 77Atlaatlc
,W :naa : Apache ROM Oboal Ooft Am JtfMft. VU '&. JW JU I I252b27282931 on the battlefronts new gains academic standing, and the Libra held in Knowles Memorial I waterfront tieup loomed yesterday ,, CitF 64 14 I Mlna-S'Plal'2 .4
I International Longshoremen'sI 10
chapel next Sunday at 10:30 as Bolton 15 IS 'OIlU' II!
Kissnrurt rn B.Youn cup. for campus leadership will be 1 119 14 N.. Orleans t1 108urLlDIton
UerBBURO: RN HOUM; FAIN: Mr. H... I : ajn with Dr. Wilford E.: Mann I, and Warehousemen's Union flatly I 5.11510 11 $8 14ev York ':I saChical.
MOUNT DORA: Rat In HraTtn. CHICKEN DINNERS. presented to a woman. I preaching the sermon. I rejecteda 90-day contract soughtby M 43'' ICodolt 1111 fJ
BANfORD: Left Lautlu at Andy Hard.: 1947 June 1941 STEAKS The Rollins Decoration of Honor I employers to bring about a uniform e-phone-35 Whit ,: Cleveland 70 M' PflUade1phI 114 IJ
PbNCE33: Brtatuu UP rather. Tur Enjoy p.rfwi fond to a .flll.d atmoaphere also will be bestowed on four who Annual alumni-senior breakfast: expiration date for all maritime Dallas II fI2 f Pbcllats IOU

TCT/XTO-',* AI..,. Land You. JU V* % *UW Aw IK JW flowlal HOLIDAY parties .INN eIrme. i have contributed to the progressof is scheduled for 7:30: a.m. June 2 and waterfront contracts. Detroit Denver 64 110.39. ,! Richmond Portlnd. ..2.t II t'

and WINTER the La*QADEN. : OEM: Boatoa. Blackle Rollins during the past year.. at the traditional Family Tree. - ---- ---- GRIFFIN 'I Duluth 6. 41 IS&b lJIalA 6, 57
\VtHTER HATER: Suddenly. 11 a Bprlnc 1234'567I and Cocktail BarE. Commencement week will get I I.Miss Aurora :McKay has invitedall .&Uot my eaadiet are fun of lascioif I EI Fail 55 14 Aonie II 64aanaaa 41Kooztill.
"tELAKD" .; POLK; Love laueha at P. Ward. Owner-Manager under way Friday with Class I alumni to attend. roodnefi. try some today. Chocolate ...rt'umv14 ':!? : .CUr ee U el 12 I katt1.lII'IIPraaclace I.- 14I
And ,.. assortment SummertimeraMdief.
5 P\LACK Hit Parade ef llldvar twt OrUnda ad aid complete
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891011121314 I Sil III
exercises. I I members of the senior I LM AanJet I' 12 Vkblll&l"
:1.Utile Iodine. LAKE The fUaori Phone Winter Park 3BO-U> Day : I Names of Mrs UttJ t.l. 427 N. Oraaje.Thvae U M WNblliI\OIi n n
; Edith White and Richard Every] class appear on Page 281. 1I'd1'. LoqilsylUs

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2 tt qr .&tttthq &nttttI-&iar[ Orlando, Florida, May 25, 1947
Page Rollins I Banshee Powerful
u___u College I Navy

e Nears V-E GoalContinued Jet J Plane, Passes TestST.

p t [ from Page 1] LOUIS [UP] The Banshee seven tons of sleek blur

Y citizens, led by the Orlando High metal which streaks through the air at 600 miles an hou*
school band paraded along Orange has become the Navy's newest and most powerful jet-pr P
,J a86P Ave.. and then proceededon pelled carrier plane its maker announced'last night.
... IX to Winter Park. McDonnell Aircraft
,. Corp., which designed and built the
> Mayor William Beardall and
.y.Pob twin-engined fighter that climbs*
pct Ea thq. Paul J. Stlne president. Orlando more than 9,000 feet a minute, I
.,. v. Chamber of Commerce broughtthe said it had passed successful Navy Jets are installed near the center
+ : greetings of Orlando. : of balance and only a slight pull
.., x mom' | flight tests under test pilot Robert '
+1- off course results when one engineis
/i Dr. Holt as president and cut off.Expectant.
1\L.\ Newton P. Yowell. as a trustee, It's power, described by Pres.
: accepted the building for the James S. McDonnell.., as "un- I
F4r college I precedented." Is developed in two Mother
Westinghouse 24-inch axial flow,
[ Dr. Wendell C Stone dean of : urbo-jet engines burled In the wing Attacked By Negro
::x s the College. Prof. Charles S. Men- : roots, behind the pilot. They pour
9 dell chairman. FacultyAdministrative out energy equivalent to more PAULSBORO N. J. UPI Mrs.
t Board. W. Richard Every than 5.500 horsepower. Betty Askins. 20. an expectant
president student council and I The Ban hee'l cruising range mother was attacked yesterday by
Robert M. Hayes, president. Alumni -
Association McDonnell reported unusually I p I a Negro gunman in the auto that
:,..d s.: appreciation for gave the gift.speeches of long-more than 2,000 miles. Its was "home" to her and her hUlI -
(I large fuel load Is carried in five
Participating In the ground tif-sealing tanks. I I band Farnum. 24. after their
i breaking ceremony were D. A. I The Banshee can take off eviction.
r Cheney. assistant to President equally well from aircraft carriersor The Negro tied up Askins with
1.J r ? gr MK? .roj Holt. The Very Rev. Melville E. landing fields and is fitted with his own belt and then attackedMrs.
.. Johnson dean St. Luke'a Cath- hooks for catapulting. It can Askins on the front seat after
} "t aY. who blessed the
s spade with
: cruise on only: one engine as both tearing off her clothes.
:> which the ground was broken::

i. the and program.A others .who participated In I I

i aS ,; rescription of the building

i e H Hthe ae s Y : a tect. SUMMER SEASON IS APPi1ACIHOW IS

: '- .....w __n.. .... ...utiful-Natural-Lasting E. H. THOMPSON COMPANYEST

i JAMES B. KEITH, left, chairman of the Orlando ground breaking ceremony on the campus yes- Walter L Hays, chairman of the Rollins Victory- ANGEBILT SOLD FLORAL AT SHOPPE EST: 1912

.' funds for the The Very Rev. Melville E. Johnson, D. D., ] txpansion program expresses assurance that Rol l'.IIDIJIAnlbUt Hotel "FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT SPECIALISTS-
Hall Committee, which raised new terday. AND HAWAIIAN GIFT SHOP I
I lins will reach its $575,000 V-E goal by June 4 and JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
Rollins College classroom building, and Pres. dean of The Cathedral Church of St. Luke [Episcopal meet the conditions under which a grant of $500- NHi. 31 L.N.Mtynold. Orange*. DittrihuUr Ate I
....... 730-34 W. Bay St. Phone-S-3907-5-0489
i Hamilton Holt, center, turn spadefuls of dirt at !], looks on after blessing the spade. .....At_right_ 000 for a new college library was made. MSI __ ,
C '
dents to whom awards had been
II Launched 1'made in the course of the after

Sullivan Building noonled- by Betty Rosenquest. ; .
Holders of the Algernon Sydney a+
?! Ground was broken for the projected -. petltlv basis were handed to the I The building will house me- Sullivan Medallion also took their
Algernon Sydney: Sullivan students by Dr. E. T. Brown moribilia of Algernon Sydney
: Bldg, and 10 scholarships award treasurer of the college. Sullivan and antiquities and turns with the spade. !
: ed to Rollins students from finds Each candidate is required to I' works of art collected by him The proposed Sullivan building
t provided by the Algernon Sydney I write an essay and those of Jack I and by his son.i was described by Mr. George
Sullivan Foundation of New York. /Teagarden. Helen Ellis and Janet i 1 "The building will be administered Spohn. architect to the college.I
i at an informal meeting of the Hetzel were selected and were I by a committee appointedby He declared that it would be a
Woolson English House. Rollins read aloud to the assembly.Dr. those to whom the Algernon little larger than Wpolson House
College yesterday. Hamilton Holt. Rollins and would be connected with it
{Sydney Sullivan Medallion has
Fifty-dollar scholarships were president in announcing the .been awarded by the college and I by a loggia. The existing kitchenIn
erection of the Sullivan Woolson House would also serve
awarded to the following:. Roger forthcoming this committee will be the custodians -
Lee Schoening. Orlando; Mary building said that it would j of the building. said Dr. the new building.
Malta Peters and Gus Sakkis .be built at the same time as Or-.(Holt. The Sullivan building is to cost
Tampa; Jack Teagarden. Pine llando Hall for which ground had Orlando Hall. Woolson English I II $16,000 and the entire amount has f The aDS we .
Castle; Janet Hetzel. Sanford: been broken earlier: on Saturday.All House and the Sullivan building" been given to the college by the a ; a 1 I ,
the build.I Sullivan Foundation.
funds )
Norma Depperman. Harrington necessary he went on. "will form a center for :
Park. N. J.; Betty Rosenquest. S. ing had been provided by the Sul- |life and letters. The three buildings -'
Orange N. J.: Neil Justice. Balti- livan Foundation through Mr. will form a, unit; Orlando PUN YOUR VACATION .
more. N. C.; Rosemary Buck. Dallas George Sullivan son of Algernon -
Texas; and Helen Ellis Caple- Sydney Sullivan and Mr. WilliamE -I I IN
vi la. Term The awards which Bardusch. president of the |House will be used aa it Is now, NORTH'CAROLINA 'Se
,for overflow classes and the Sullivan rpr
cornOlsen Building for anything thatis '
i with the
C. Fatrehfld. LeRoy Hoequlit. for the good of Rollins. Winter
i Milton E. Bray. E. Frank Park the State and.,perhaps the RUSSELLSHAW
i Gardner. H. Ryland Cox.

t world.Dr. Holt In his speech paid ::"" GUIDE
s tribute to the idealism of Al-
gernon Sydney Sullivan and to near'. !; 0
I FAIl\ HILD the generosity of his son George 1 1 i arena(coin or) sendSoo to S 't 8
Sullivan of New York. ..'. Guide
At the close of the meeting the ,
company adjourned to the site of P. O. Box 296, B. V. Sta. "

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An Author Looks at the South!! Civilans Honor I Orlando, Florida, May 25,1947 >a #Sotutlnr-&tnf[ Page 3

er is filled by appointment by the I retiring president from Willis I ideal of
- service and said that '
NEW YORK [UPI Author they also fear outbursts of drunklenness South's Negro problem observes district Governor. Castleberry, Jacksonville, secre- i( "when men begin to think In r Ex-Dewey Aid Seen

John Gunther sexual voices attitudes mild amaze-and I observed.Most by. themselves." Gunther In-The parts Negro: In the South has to J. A. GibeaultJoseph Speight and J. P. Simmons. Miami i'i tary-treasurer. and from represen- t t terms of unselfish service we will 'As War Probe Counsel
ment at the elected district
i were delegates tatives of the six Civitan clubs in (I 1 I
drinking habits of the South in his I Southerners feel a deep be seen to be believed""Atlanta to the three-day Civitan International realize the high destiny of man- WASHINGTON rAP William P.
forthcoming book. Inside the necessity to hate something.; It is supposed to rank I convention which will the State. l, kind. Rogers former New York assistant
I themselves. Their fairly high among Southern cities A. Gibeault. city meat Dr. McCaslin was introduced by *
./ .The S. A. book which Harper'swill I hatred necessary[or fear] of alcohol is in its attitude toward Negroes, but inspector. was one of two lieutenant I open in Miami Wednesday. Delegates were-entertained at Roy Ellis president of the OrLando district attorney under Thomas E.
publish new May 28. in chapters partly a reflection of bad con- it out-ghettoes anything I ever Governors elected at the Flor Gibeault, alternates.and Earl Carver Tam- lunch at the Southland Restaurant club Dr. A Leon Slkkenga I Dewey was reported In line yes-
pa are
dealing with the South mixes i science: the South fears that saw in a European ghetto even in ida district Civitan convention i | by.the local club. was chairman of arrangements terday to be named chief counselfor
sympathy with criticism. It deals ,I' release Its own most Warsaw. I here yesterday at the Angebilt+' Because of the approaching In luncheon Dr. Rob- assisted by Leland Corey and Ray the Senate War Investigating
with the South's Negro.' dangerous Inhibitions. What I looked at was caste Hotel. International convention the L. Tilghman. president-elect. I Committee
primarily economic and political problems.As i i '"The Negro problem Is inextricably and untouchability-half the i' lIe is a past president of the Orlando meeting here was restricted to ert H. McCaslin. pastor of the -- - -- --- --
involved; so Is the sexual time I blinked remembering that Civitan Club and served as }I a single business session. Park Lake Presbyterian Church c..b $ ri.le.', UrtMt Dtetrltotar W Off)** Enlpmvt
technically dry as the : problem. A Southerner will perhaps i this was not India." 'I chairman of its Fresh Air Camp j commended the Civltans on their
South may be in spots. Gunthersays I without expressing it con- But Gunther saw signs of segregation Committee last year. He lives at I Reports were receivd from the SPECIAL THIS WEEK
"it is tae hardest drinking sciously or concretely, work out an gradually relaxing citing 1626 Asher St.
region I have ever seen in the equation something like the fol- Negro girls jerking soda and concluded I The other lieutenant Governor l STEELFILING
world and the area with the lowing: "1i"e are not going to give "the days 'of treating I II elected at the convention was TRAVELING MEN
worst drinking habits by far." I up the Negro therefore we must Negroes like sheep are done with." David Speight St. Petersburg. Friday and Saturday A,M. are reserved just for you. CABINETS
He details his Impression thus: have something else. We will not I The United States he declared. William F. Parker. Miami Regardless of the car you drive come in and discoverour 1 '
There are no bars permitted in give up fundamentalism, sex. I must either terminate education was elected district Governor, i. Traveler Service Plan-including Free Lubrication. Letter md Legal Sizes
cities hence people drink by the white supremacy or slavery; sowe I Negroes an Impossibility or prepare succeeding Harry IL Martin '. With or Without Locks
private bottle and as always will give up rationality in : to accept the eventual consequences i Jacksonville whose term will STIVERS-PONTIAC Wf
hypocrisy begets disorderly behavior stead. i that is. Negro equality ,expire June 1. (2 W. COLONIAL PHONE 2.2311 DELIVER Phone 8158 13 S.Main St
Never in Port Said.Shanghai The 'main chapter on. theCoffee under democracy." The office of secretary-treasur-j

or Marseilles have I seen the I -- --
kind of drinking that goes,on In
Atlanta. Houston and Memphis
every Saturday night--with offi-
cers in uniform vomiting In hotel
lobbies. 17-year-old girls scream- SYMBOL0fQUALITY.
Ing with hysteria In public elevators the
men and women of the Coun- .
try Club category being carried off ,
the dance floor by disinterested

Similarly, Gunther writes the :"::" .
South in sexual affairs combines"a '
heavy puritanical facade" with -" :
almost epochal lewc ess. He citeda :. .
sign in a Southern hotel one of .
the best In the nation reading .
"persons entertaining visitors of
opposite sex must notify office to 1/wv SERVICE
prevent possible embarrassment.

One Southerner told Gunther 0 0
In his travels the South was
.6 'dry" because it feared drunk
,I en outbursts by Negroes.

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Pog 4 mfJt fhmbaI! &tnttntl-&tar Orlando, Florida, May 25, 1947. Memorial Home Fruit Prices Weaken Markets Report

:U.ofF GraduationSpeakers Ceremony SetSpecial Under Heavy Supply Big Activities k

Named [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] I [Special to The
Sunday Sentinel-Star] JACKSONVILLE
MOUNT DORA-Cornerstone of NEW YORK-Florida TAP] Near-
orange prices weakened during :peak activities on the 27 units of
Mount Dora's new $40,000 veterans' this week under heavy supplies, plus an increase in com-i I the Florida State Markets, System
rppecial to The Sunday Sentinel.Ster1OAINESVILLEDr. memorial home will be unveiled by peting fruits dealers here ,during the week closing yesterdaywere
Wfflisird L. Mrs. Sybil Routh of Sanford, district what it report. Average quality is not reflected by reports from
quite was the
, Sperry, dean of the Harvard Divinity I president of the American season is getting well advanced, i key sales centers to Director William
School. will preach, the Legion Auxiliary, at Memorial Day they believe. California Valencias were offered more L. Wilson.
baccalaureate sermon, and Pres. services here Friday afternoon at I freely, and Navels continued to*--_
John J. Tigert will dellvir the 4 o'clock. I roll in, even though the harvest State livestock Markets' managers -
address at dN' qn,' season Is over. Grapefruit eased !I submitted figures showing1
commencement fradu-: I
Francis P. Whitehair of De- but Sun Protection sales grossing $31.300. on four
and at slightly, not so much
8 9
: ation exehctees June Land, veteran of both World as auctions during the week as
I the University of Florida it was I Wars will be principal speaker oranges, auction men report. I I I follows: Plant City, $3.300;
Sales of Florida
announced today. I at the Memorial Day program. and oranges were Method For I I i Qulney, $3.130; Jay, $6,973;
I stepped totaled
The baccalaureate win be held up 213& cars Arcadia, 18895.
I Sunday In the University Auditorium I Construction of the new home : through Thursday, against 184%
I at 4 P-HU and will be im- rr I'a _, began two weeks ago. At present cars for the week before, same Melons Told : The Dade City market specializing -
' mediately followed by the annual only one wing of the building will period. For this late in the season [ In poultry, received 4,669

Vesper Tea In Bryan Loungr: Florida be erected. It will contain a ban- it Is a relatively large supply. [Sty ,1? to The Sunday Sentinel.Storl )('' dozen eggs in the report period.
| Union. quet room, a recreation hall anda While prices opened higher Mon- LEESBURG SunburnIng of Prices quoted were: extra large
kitchen. The wing will be 80 by day, they'declined before the sale watermelons can be reduced by : eggs 54 cents per dozen; large
Traditional com meneement 40 feet In size. The second wing, I cents
ended and Wednesday and Thurs- use of a lime paste painted 152 : medium 48 cents; small
convocation will be held at ;Florida on
to be erected later, will cotnain day considerable weakening 43 cents. Poultry receipts totaled
was maturing melons. Dr. G. K.
Parris. i
at 9 ,
Field Monday :p
game rooms and lockers. The evident observers say. At the close pathologist at the local water- '1,939 pounds-mostly fryers at 30
when 281 graduate will receive building is located on Highland most fruit was selling $2.15.$4.50'1 I I melon laboratory said yesterday ;:, cents per pound and heavy hens

d! ees. Ave.. at the corner of the golf compared with $ -$ a week at 27 cents.
Dr. Sperry. dean of the Divln- course. I I Tests run by Loren Stover
Memorial Day services are In' ago.California field assistant at the laboratory, Latest figures from the Lake
, Ity"School of Harvard since 1922 Navel sales were i'
City market noted pine
has lectured widely In this coun- charge of the Veterans' Memorial I only slightly less than the week have shown that itinburning sales totaling 28819 standard rum
I try. and In England and Is author Assn. George J, White president I before, totaling 66 can through !' ran be reduced by: the use of a
of'J some 13 boob Including Rebuilding of the Chamber of Commerce, will Thursday against 72 ran. t,, solution of three to five poundsof barrels for which producers- received -
be master of ceremonies. lime in two gallons of water. $7,891.
Our World, publisred 11. I Prices eased off after opening I
First watermelon sales; of the
1943. i t high Monday and Tuesday,-b-ut! Well-mixed this solution is applied -
A former dean of the National State Income average Thursday was better than :' to the exposed surface of'I' season were reported from the
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Plant City market. 81 crates of
Council on Religion In Higher ami are coming into their own, enjoying rest : Wednesday, and for the week was the melon by means of a rag swab I four melons'to the unit selling at
Education.,Dr. Sperry Is a :fellow NOW THAT the horses are out of the way, : $556 against $5.52 the week be- on a handle, or with a broad, soft
down the serious $7 to $8. Overall operations at
I and and to
of the American Academy o2 Arts I quiet, getting Gain Exceeds fore. As paint
frequently happens at the brush. Dr. Parris said. I
and Sciences and a trustee of the famous flamingoes ot Hialeah Park, Mi- business of their annual egg-laying. very end of the season, enough I I "To make the lime adhere well, 'Plant which City producers totaled drew 78,991 a gross units revenue for-

Vassar. As a Rhodes Scholar he f buyers want the well.ripened fruit the melon surface should be I I $304,221.Orlandoan .
received a BA degree at Oxford National Rate to keep the prices up. I brushed back and forth about of
University, later taking his MA Supplies of California Valencias': four times. Once dried the lime
and DD at Yale and a D. Iltt at Smoak HeadsAccountants I Florida Seedmen's Group JACKSONVILLE [UP] Florida'sgain increased to 24 cars through':sticks and lasts well and light To Serve4

Boston University.The In gross buying Income- I Thursday, against only five the I showers of rain seem to reduce it I As YWCA Officer
annual Vesper Tea fdHowIntf paced by Dade County-last
year I! week previous. Market was very I' but slightly Heavy showers do
the baccalaureate will bo givens exceeded the national average low Monday, but showed minor wash off some lime, and the paste j [Special to The Sunday SentinelStanTALLAHASSEEThe ]
by the University Women's !I Plans Sanford Convention gain, the State Chamber of Com- gains during the week and for the may have to be renewed. Florida
Club In honor of Dr. and Mrs. merce reported yesterday, four-day period averaged $3.33,1 If a second application is neces State University chapter of the

Tlgert, Dr. Sperry seniors,, and The State's 1946 gross income against $4,57. Small sizes were!sary, a single stroke with the mop Young Woman's Christian Assn
i their guests TAMPA [API Paul Smoak of By MAYME HODGKIN of $2,477.896,000 was 11.4 percent plentiful and these sold at relatively 'or brush will suffice. Once the'' elected new officers this week.
;Dr. Tlgert who will retire as Jacksonville was elected presidentof [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] greater than that of 1945, low prices. Apparently the discoloration and loss of color I Students who will head the
president of 'the University InSeptember the Florida Institute of 'Accountants SANFORD-Delegates of the Florida Seedmen's Assn. the Chamber reported. The na- )small sizes will provide a market- I usually associated with YWCA program for the coming

after 19 years MUs which closed a three day will meet in a convention here Wednesday through Fridayat tional gain was 4.3 per cent. ing problem for California! fruit ing have started the sunburn-I year include: Margaret Black- ,
head, will deliver the commencement I convention here yesterday, and the Mayfair Inn. 'An estimated 200 persons will growers this season, observers be- ,I'will not stop it. probably becausethe : welder of Dania. president; and
address and confer The Chamber's research and Industrial internal breakdown has I Betty Trevarthen of Orlando,
of Orlando
Harry Bowers was lieve. -
assemble for that has been outlined by J. J. : division ,
decrees on Florida's largest ,,elected third vice-president. program attributed these Offerings of Florida grapefruit secretary.
postwar graduating class including Other officers elected were: R.M. II Rocco chairman of the arrangements committee. I gains partly to the State's com- were liberal for so late in the "Different -- -- -
223 veterans of World paratively rapid populationgrowth methods of removing -, II
I Morgan of Miami, first vice- 'I of speak-, but moved out fairly well I II
War IL Due to- the large clan, ; An authoritative group but said improved econ- season the lime, which Is unsightly
i president; Norman Bunting of I will In the various sessions. "the I it was believed. They sold higher to buyers and the public, have
the commencement convocation era appear Sweet Corn omy was most significant I I
Wales, second vice Crop
|Lake president:
the rest of the
Monday, but been tried The quickest and
held Florida
will be In Held Among them are LaMonte explanation. The Chamber added: I
Purvis of Gainesville
stadium. !I Roy elected secretary and Lee Shep-reI Gray Orlando; H. W Schneck To Begin MovingLAKE counties"Dade County last led with other Florida ,' poorer the market quality was fruit irregular selling ,rather with I I ,with most a practical moistened Is rag:to rub it off n,I'
year an aver-
Other events the
on commence- pard Jr. of West Palm Beach, Plant City; Dr. F. S. Jamison.Galn.svUle low. For the four-day period sales ;
ment calendar Include the annual treasurer. CITY [AP Columbia age of $470,364.000 and accountedfor "In 1946 tests showed that
Hastings Atlanta totaled 117 cars against 105%. At i
; Don M. 1898 cent of the State.
Phi Kappa Phi Initiation and ban- The organization will hold Its per where no lime 49
Charleston County's Iona sweet corn crop will the close, most fruit was selling I was applied. out
Dr. W. C. Barnes.
; Duval County with $358.117.00 and
quet June 7 at Florida Umion, of 65
Fall meeting In Miami during the melons were sunburned.
S. C.: Dr. Allen Trotter Robs- begin moving to market by fast Hillsborough County with $239.623,000 .- within a range of $$1.65-$3.55 compared !
and an open recital by Claude first week In November, concurrentwith When lime was applied,only 15 out
town Tex. and Albert Biggie Jr.. freight next Thursday; County ranked next" ;: with 1753.70 for they;
Murphree, University organist, the annual meeting of the of 60 sunburned. If the lime con-
Sunday at 9 p.m. In the University American Institute of Account- Dallas. Tex.Election Agent John M. Kennedy said yes Next 10 ranking counties were previous week. Quality and condition tent was reduced to one pound per
of officers will take is slowly getting poorer,
Auditorium. Pinellas $164,214,000; Palm Beach. I
terday. two gallons of water, the numberof
ants.At Thursday.Two characteristic late in the season
place $143,173,000
i : Orange $110.652,000;
a business session preceding sunburned melons jumped to
The most popular breed of goat the election delegates discussed trip for Inspection of .the,Despite long drought the crop, broken being by cut showers by- i,Polk., $109,188,000; Escambia $97.- ,I experts say. 42 out of 60, almost the same as -

In-America Is the Toggecburg closer co-operation between the experimental work will give the |II this week, Kennedy said he expects '561,000; .Volusla. $86.445.000; Four can of Texas grapefruit I if no lime was used. The use of
which originated In Switzerland. accountants organization and the teedmen firsthand Informationon Broward $56.666000: Bay. $40.- time In with Pink Marsh Seed- lime will not eliminate sunburn RAINKING
f State Board of Accountancy. this work as It pertains to I imately shipments 70 to total approx- 439.000; Leon. 37558000. and less averaging $2.97 compared but it does reduce the loss and $ 6 75
I them. cars. Alachua 36021000. with $%." the previous week, I the cost is little more than the SPRINKLER. .
More than 3,000 bushels of
: Citrus cucumbers } when five ears of Texas grapefruit cost of labor to apply it."
ShipmentsTurn One will be to the Central FlorIda from Suwanee and COlumbia Dick Aiken were sold. I
Sanford H. H. PARRISH
Counties have been '
Experimental Station here, at shipped -
I Increasing supplies of competing
DownwardWINTER which Dr. R. W Ruprecht will thus far from the Manhattan -I To Appear on Show fruits can be expected from- Hotel Greaters to Meet
conduct the tour, and theother Produce Exchange market at MIAMI BEACH rAP More
HAVEN; [AP) Thlaweek' (Special to The Sundoy Sentinel.Stor now on, market students assert,
I Wellborn. Persistent dry weatherhas than
will be a visit to the Florida Experimental the is early in the Pacific 1,000 members of the Hotel 220 S. Orange Ave.
as season -
citrus shipments as reported SANFORD-Dick Aiken popular
Station at Gainesville. caused the opening price of $3a Greeters of America were< scheduled -
by the State citrus inspection bushe Ito drop to $2.50.StateProtected local vocalist ha sreceived a tele- Coast States. Already cali-I'' to arrive here
I This trip, will take the form of a today and Mon- .
fornia cherries have
bureau totaled 898.631 boxes !gram from Arthur Godfrey whose begun I
that will Include day for the group's 37th annual
against 1.069.462 boxes last week. sightseeing trip 'i Talent Scout program is a Tuesday 'rive in volume: Washington cher-I International
I I This week's shipments were stops at Silver Springs the settingof Indian 1 night feature of the Columbia ries are very early and will startin conventionOregon

fy ai 1204,580 boxes of grapefruit and Marjorie Rawlings Cross Creek, Mound Exhibit Planned Broadcasting System, telling him another week or so, much earlier I'
694,051 of and a celery packing house on.Island : I than the usual where large of NEWmm
oranges. Last week's : that he has been chosen to appear -. season, reports say. acreages
were 291,201 boxes of grapefruit I Grove. TALLAHASSEE: rAP state on the show in June. I.i California apricots and plums strawberries are !grown for pro-
and 773.261 boxes of oranges. Topic of Graw's talk will be Park Director L. G. Scoggin yesterday While the date on which Aiken', have begun to move eastward and'' cessing, the weather has turned

t Season's totals were 8,478,879 I What Vegetable Growers Want 'i announced plans for setting I will sing on the contest program shipments will probably gain rather dry. i
boxes of grapefruit 23.511,888 from Seedmen. The president of !> up Florida's first State-protected has not been definitely set June volume quite rapidly. In about two I Frosts and poor pollinating
boxes of oranges and 2,457,608 the Southern Seedmen's Assn.. archaeological field exhibit at the i i 17 seems now to be the logical date. I' weeks< the volume of these two : weather have cut into fruit pro-
boxes of tangerines for a grand Don Hastings, will present the I site of the Lake Jackson Indian he said.Sfofe. fruits alone will roughly equal that | duction east of the Mississippi <
total of 37338.375 boxes. relationship of the regional and I Mounds a_few miles north of Tal- I of Florida grapefruit during the River. Growers in the Northern

State groups. Co-ordinating the lahassee. Film Agencies active season. California has a' States escaped frost two weeks ago
Mother Truman Gets local picture with the larger one The Lake Jackson Mounds, bumper crop of plums while apri- ,! because of the backward season,
will be the talk by Schneck presi- thought to be chiefly of the cere- Ballots Mailed Out
cots are merely a fair crop this but It has been so rainy that bees
Poinciana I Blooms dent of the Florida Assn. I I monial type-are regarded as some TALLAHASSEE CAP Final bal- year, it is Indicated. have not worked and they fear a Cleaner
CORAL GABLES [AP MayorW Of special Interest In the field of the finest examples of Indian lots are in the mail for election of Strawberry production will poor set of fruit, it is reported. Liquid
Keith Phillips, In keeping witha of current developments will be I activity In Florida, and are believed a chairman of the Florida Assocl- fall below what was expected because -
the talks by two o the South'sforemost to belong to the relativelylate
custom yesterday sent a large .ation of Tax-Supported Agencies of the unfavorable turn
I research In seed i
men Fort Walton Culture which ApcfureofiiC
Y spray of Royal Poinciana blooms ,"for Production of Film, the State, weather has taken recently. ro USE IN
II culture Dr. W. C. Barnes of SouthCarolina' began about 1550. _
to Mrs. Martha E. Truman mother I Department of Education announced Several States, notably Virginia' ,
of the President, now ill at I Charleston experimental I' yesterday. Maryland Delaware and New WATCHcan'fftx WATERINSTEAD

her Grandview, Mo., home I the station Florida, and Experimental Dr. F. S. Jamisonof a,i i State, County Service I Ii B. C. Riley of the University Jersey, had killing frost, which -

The blooms. In the past, have group. Officers Slate Meet of Florida's general extension division will reduce crops by half, with I
From Texas two authorities on I
been sent to the White House each !I i 1 and F. E.. Brigham of the dry weather In these States addIng OF SOAP
the topics they will discuss are ,
year when the trees first blossom. PASS-A-GRILLE [API State ''Polk County Board of Public Instruction trouble. -
The Southern tip of Florida Is the i making the trip to Sanford. Dr. and County service officers will were nominated for the Big crops of strawberries are ,
only spot In this where i Allen Trotter will comment on meet Monday for a three-day refresher
country post In primary election Ar-
a being harvested in Tennessee.
for the BEST the tree grows. It Is a native of Seed Problems of the South and conference at the Veter- kansas and Illinois although GW LAW TON
Albert Biggie Jr. will present
Madagascar ans Administration Regional Office -
Belle Glade Autoist rains this past week may affect d.rt w.tes uz 1w* en.N
> viewpoints on of ,Retail |! it was 'announced yesterday. and ,
the In Washington
a SUMMERVACATION s Seed Selling I H, F. Dlckensheets VA regional : Dies in Ocala Crash crops.

Wins of the delegate will be 1 r manager, will deliver the address :
I I OCALA rAP John Clark Williams -
entertained by Mrs. Rocco at of welcome. David L. Wilkey,
;, l 58, of Belle Glade, died
State service officer will outline yes-
her home 201 W. Sixteenth St., Announcing "
p at a -tea Wednesday afternoon 'the conference's purpose. Floyd terday in a local hospital of inJur- PT.

and Thursday the ladies will I|T. Christian and Mason D. Wade, j ies received when the auto he was .

view the scenic St. Johns River (assistant State service officers,I'I'I 'I'driving and another driven by OPENING'DENTAL'OFFICE bc.n.nl Itf w.n., IU.r.,b..I....,
&a-cmlc d rcUxxfxn on a boat ride. .... ..... .
world's widow beach ...motodig .tnri r..Ilr1..UHITb. I I collided on State Road 500. .4. (| m k.. rfltltct" u,,4l
A barbecue at the ,Elks' Home i rs. Williams riding In the car .l.....rt .,.rlrl.. CU.m idles
'on Nature' beach bi h
own super turf ( Trailer w, bar* teen waiting I for all registrants Is scheduled for Dr. Elliot To Address I with her husband received a ser- wit".", '''*.''1... fp..... wry refreshing bathing, for and the Trailer you Have been 8 Thursday.On a.u.k..yl.a. gc..mlal-tsi.s l -.
p.m. ious head
Blood Bank Injury, but was reportedIn .;
looking fort Meeting
.short dinners benentrcation
j ntghfitfe Built right priced right the opening night a banquet I "fair condition. Hill suffered .nly 1U 3 U.iM"f el*I. S ..!/1.! .

Better than anything wo have seta in the dining room of the May- JACKSONVILLE f AP] Dr. John possible Injuries to his spine and .f w.*.,.01 ....I..y.rnIJIm.
Hnc the war. fair Inn will be presided over by Elliott of the Dade County Blood I cuts and bruises on his head and In new Medical: Center. N. Boyd Street.

ii ft. iusza Frank L. Holland of the Florida I Bank win be principal speaker body Winter Garden. Florida
ft. 2,111 Agricultural Research Institute at here today at a Statewide Blood i

Stop Z7 la ft.and look this Trailer SZ.US over- Winter Haven. A feature of enter 'Bank meeting.Dr. Justice Brown Named PHONE WINTER GARDEN 234 I :!:
tainment at this assemblage will Robert McIver, local phy-

YOUNGS' TRAILER SALES be acts of legerdemain by Frank I sician who Is temporary president To Memorial Group DR. FREDERICK H. KUNZIG1
Orange Blossom Trail at Amelia Caton Department commander, j said a permanent State organization \1 22S ORANGE
State American Legion. I, would be formed. He said DENTAL SURGEON TEL. 6001
Supreme Court Justice Armstead
blood banks have also been organized -
7 In Miami Tampa, and Or- I Brown has been appointed to the
lando. Stephen Foster Memorial Com-
Cic 71e mission by Gov. Caldwell.
1 The group Is seeking establish-
: & Madison Judge Named ment of a park and bell tower on

( m1 caMi1 rut :ij' d TALLAHASSE [ A P 1 Curtis the banks of the Suwanne River I BRAND NEW
Rm1 i01r'b s Duncan Earp'of Greenville yester- j to honor the famed composer of

it Dayton' &sat E iG LHLFL day Judge.was appointed Madison County Home.Florida's State song Old Folks At ''

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fan from our complete

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picturesque resort! k.e i house temperature dur- [Above price is for motor and installation]

Finer fishing grounds .. turf + oa ing the hot months.

bathing ia tangy!raters ...excellent
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Write fodarj for free picture ybooUct.
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I Orlando, Florida, May 25; 1947 it &rtttittfl-frtar Page 5
FVC Meet To Hear I Brethren
U.S.ArgentinePact Story I Parley -' -

Legion Nets $1,500

Expected Of Packaging Experiment To Attract 800 Junior High, Legion ; In Poppy Day Sale HEAR EVEN IN

Approximately $1.500 was raised

M WASHINGTON rAP A final A two-year experiment in fresh Florida vegetableswill When the Church of the Breth- Groups Slate RitesHighlight by the American Legion here yes-
be described by Paul Dickman, Ruskin producer and I ren convenes its annual confer- terday through its Poppy Day
cord to end the long dispute between New AH-ln-On Sonotono
I sale, Mrs. Betty Vail, chairman of
and a of University of Florida technicians ence here June 8 through 15, it will
the United .States and shipper, group of the city's Memorial Day observance Friday the annual event said last night. Hushes Noise-You Relax
Argentina and clear the way for and scientists, at the annual meeting of the Florida Vege- represent the first time In the will' be the unveiling at Memorial Junior High. School' Sale was conducted by membersof b
Inter-American defense con- table Committee here June 16-17-18.: 239-year history of the organization -I, the Legion's auxiliary who. offered This newest Sonotone U the
the of a bronze tablet on which are inscribed names 48 for I ONLY: all-in-one instrumentwith
Is generally expectedIn LaMonte Graw manager of that poppies to passers-by
ference now Its national conclave has
Control. Great
Washington to be reached in I' FVC. said Dickman will tell of his I mer students who died in World War II. throughout the business district I
S. Messersmithand i been held In Florida to comfort through a noisy day
George according
the next few weeks.It of Sprullle experiences and conclusions aftera Unveiling will be accompanied by a program at 1:15 during the day. I Sealtl
may be marked bj the retire- the resignation Secretary of i 24-month period in which several word from national headquarters I p.m. In the school auditorium In'- Mrs. Vail said the auxiliary
Braden as Assistant methods and In Elgin Ill.t I "would like to thank
his at Buenos prepackaging the newspapers -
ment from post
affairs. 1 which Memorial Post 19. American
State for Latin American Mrs. M. L. Wilson parents of Melvin -
plans followed. Dickman the public and other SONOTONE OF ORLANDO
con-I were t Close to 800 delegates have been organizations -
Split between them over i chairman of the FVC merchandising Legion will participate. I Wilson whose -name appearson and all workers who
duct of Argentine relations has committee conducted his experiments elected to the Conference, but the Afterward, the school and post the tablet to unveiled, will helped make this day a success." 611 METCALF BLDG.
been wide and both are believed and trials in consumer : sessions are open to the entire !will conduct at 2 PJTU In Eola be raised by two students. Patsy

ready to quit.American I packaging of sweet corn tomatoes : membership and a crowd of several -,Park a public service when Col.I Ann Davidson and Patsy Saun- Coal Price Rise SeenWASHINGTON. PHONE 2-2101
officials are till broccoli and cauliflower Graw : thousand is expected to gather I Robert L. Scott former member ders.
suspicions of what they regard of the Flying Tigers and author of [UP]
as traditional Argentine effortsto said.Reports of the technicians 'I here.The "God Is My Co-Pilot. will speak. Service Flag Rites Industry sources said yesteday G. F. COOPER-Consultant
that soft coal prices would rise
win' leadership in Latin activities conducted at the University conference is the policymaking I The post also $1
America at the expense of North of Florida experiment I body for the Brethren will conduct me- Planned i a ton if John L. Lewis' new wage BATTEBlES Fob AU AIDSUNIVERSAL
American good wilL I station Gainesville, likewise will ''I and, therefore deals with the most II morial services at by Baptists I;II demands of $550 millions.are met, an annual cost
Latest splash of Interest in the I cover along period of test, cen- I vital issues in the life of the 111 am. at Green First Baptist Church's World
situation was caused here yester- : tered About use of packages of church. At its last meeting held 'wood Cemetery. ,
War n service with
day by the announcement at I t r various shapes and composition Iin Wenatchee Wash.. the membership I Final arrangements .
Buenos Aires Friday that eight.|I and varied types of packagingfilm. I put its stamp of approval on : will be I 300 stars seven of them gold will
more Nazi agents had been deported I a reorganization of the top boards made at .the be taken down at a special mem-
and that Argentina "now Dickman's consumer packaging I of the church into one General post's meeting orial service at 11 am. today Dr. I
considers she has satisfied all her experiments have been conductedwith i Brotherhood Board. Wednesday at 8 J. Powell Tucker, pastor, announced -
DRAMATICALLY! hemisphere obligations. modem packaging machinesat I The*meeting here will consider I p.m. at the yesterday.
the Ruskin Vegetable Cooperative other things, some of the I Legion Home. James B. Keith. a deacon will
and his study of the problem among Families of the \ speak and Doyle Donald will
present -
touch of stagecraft recommendations of this newly SPEEDLINER/
There Is a
I Graw said has covered the I created board. I 48 former stu- 1 to the church a bronze plaque
In every outstanding room's deco- entire field from selection of pack- dents to be hon'u ,, inscribed with the names of the
ration. Our Custom Quality Vene- II I I ages best adapted for various The Church of the Brethren, ; ored. and repreScott- seven who died in the war. Miss
tian Blinds as exauple.. providean I commodities to consumer reac- numbering 180,000 in membership, i sentatlves of patriotic organizations Virginia Carter will sing. I
has already promoted the confer- I have been invited to attend -
Incomparable effect. They will I tion.Prepackaging is developing into ence as a social as well as business the junior high assembly program. RANGESMODEL
re-make YOUR rooms. Dlstinguishedly. one of the important factors of meeting, thus preserving a family I'I tl LOST 51 POUNDS"
Memorial tablet will be
fresh vegetable merchandising. spirit within the church. pre-
., w GET A,5 STAR Graw said, "and many of the People regularly attend the sented by Kent Stevens. president RA 7805
I producers and suppliers who will conference from all over the coun- i of 1916> Class and will be New Candy Plan .
ROBERTS BROS. Qt0ftyAC It> attend the meeting are actively interested try and this year many of them i unveiled by Park Duncan, first Slims '
..' : in adopting some prepack- are expected to take advantage of I semester Student Council presi Down Figure
l Venetian Blind & Awning Co. OIL FILTER 0 tlfe1 'aging method for shipment of [the unusual opportunities offered dent. It will be accepted by Mn.D.M.Hawkins Tens ryr "
I Rodney Block, current president. ""Ooc I weighed 170 Iba.Now 119 featuring .
0963 11947-48 vegetable crops"Graw 'in wit to Florida according to tb..Lost wrirht .with r
Ave. Phone x- toy
706 Smith
W. I trac:
1 said bad weather during headquarters.There Other students taking part will detiooua AYDS. Candy
Serving Central Ilorida + the early part of this year actedto I are 1,021 local churches. be Jane Hultin. Mack Meaner may Reduangl'laa.or may not ba Your the cipenrnca aame but I Tru-Bake oven with recessed flood light,
retard progress of the prepackaging -|located principally in the East I Nancy Weiss. Nancy Hoagland Fret tana reduonf' plan.Very equipped with the new push button positive
movement in the State as a and agricultural Middle West George Uthlaut. Nancy Burcham Box Mutt Sbo* ReaulU or
means of better merchandising, I j comprising the Church of the I I Nancy Loucks. Norman Smith and Money In clinical Back.teata conducted by automatic preheat cut-out and temperature con-
&e / but that producers anxious to recover -(Brethren. The church was organized j(David Kehler. medical doctor*, nor* than trol, super-heat monotube thrift units, economy
from the setback in produc- in 1708 at Schwarzenau. I Music will be provided by the 1M tMraooa lost 14.to 19pou.ds
tion last Winter are making plans Germany with eight converts. Junior high band and by the ..with ararat th.AYDS in Vlu-fair 1 1week. ) cooker, rotary reversible mult-i-heat unit con-
Loon } for test shipments of the coming Alexander Mack was the first min school's chorus. The band will minl ndyRduclnt Plan. trol tel-a-switch with thermostatically
Installment Department No eirtoae..No No panel signalite, -
crops in prepackaged form. ister. play also in Eola Park. druca. lan I s
4th Floor-Open 94. Sat. 9.12 liftS.You don't cutout any meal, j controlled oversize warming cabinet,
Mack was a friend of William' Besides Col. Scott's address the aUrc he*,P Ut0e8.lIMIIIta or butter '
Sorve Youl 'w Orlandoan Visits BelgianS Eola Park program will include a -JOU iu.t cut there dowa. Simple when you large utility drawer bake-fast
To Better Penn. who invited the church enjoy edrdous YDS Vrrmin Candy d.reted. oven, one piece
l-c Charles J. Lockyer Jr.. to move to his new colony in i talk by Milton F. Collier post Ab.oiute brrm4a :
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT ORLANDO 1314 E. Gore Ave. is serving Pennsylvania. Between 1719 and 1 commander, and a poem by Mrs. Mtntttua AYDS CS.NOW.phonieraUatSTROUD'S wrap-around steel body.IMMEDIATE. '
aboard the crusler: USS Wilkes- 1729, most of the membership 1 Mildred Mead Smith, president of REXALL DRUG
Capital and Surplus 0.. MiIHo Defers Barre, which recently visited Ant- emigrated to America and settled i the auxiliary. ZOO N. Orange Zit 8. Orion.
Belgium on a tour of Eu- A flag presented by Mr. and
stink rra>rxAi rrotir XNSTOAMCB COKMUUTION: werp. near Germantown and Phil- 100 S. orange DELIVERYFactoy
ropean waters. adelphia.

Church of the Brethren belief IN LINE WITH
holds the Bible to be the inspired List Price $23995
and infallible word of God and accepts THE PRESIDENT'S POLICYTo
r the New Testament as the TERMS .
bring prices more in line, we wish to announce a 10% reduction on an
rule of faith and practice. merchandise sold by this fIrm. We guarantee this act not to impair our
The church has always, there high standards in quality and service in any new prices onINSIDE
fore been a service church, maintaining and OUTSIDE Venetian Blinds :l'Arnu:and Aluminum
a large home and foreign Patio. Kitchen and Deck Furniture. CHILTON 8VlGGRtS< Inc.

missions and devoting a ,
large part of its energies in recent ADAMS VENETIAN BLIND SERVICE 105 N. GARLAND ST. PH. 7125
jcPtlv years to a program of foreign relief -
IIS W. Central Orlando Phone 9558-Winter Park 845
r and rehabilitation.
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TELEPHONE Department 4181 I ference affairs by questions answers. For Instance -
3j l Why not use the Air Base for
Subscription Price Sunday Only $3.20 Per Yr. saying "It's like having butterflies In your the Bishop asks "Are the preachers blame.

M'i.TI. Hi liicN.Earroiui DiticroaMAMCR THE MERRYGOROUNDOn stomach." It isn't something that a diagnosticiancan less in character?" And as the names of the I Florida's new medical school?
AN,USM. PuausmJostr NIT and for nor will soda i There are a lot of good buildingsas
Gtw. Mu. T. LtwtiNCi.Air. Dm.RCIHT spot prescribe wateror preachers are called some one will answer "Nothing
F. WAITM, Cuu MIL vitamin tablet prove a curative. Confetitls is against him." This must be done every year, so well a barracks, and mess halls

CJ:; W. IINITT lit Nrwi MM.Earn NOMIIT CONMNNI SK. TMAS.H Pious Andrew May not definitive disease. It doesn't ordinarily prove that at least annually every Methodist preacher Not only would we b able t house
Iwu. HOMIUN' fatal. But it is short-lived thing that holds I and feed these
a 99
e'L MIL R.. T Mitu Typo. Surr. must have his character passed on. and go backto student ampl.
J."W.*oc UMMOK.HAMiLTON CITY c... Mu. CIAJLM MIKIM. Pius Surr. WASHINGTON-When Br DREW PEARSON ex-Rep. May. of Kentucky per cent of the Methodist preachers in its grip for his old charge or on to his new one with the I'1' but we are loated.
two or three weeks before conference time. The stamp of approval of the annual conference upon The revamping of these buildIngs -
Member of The Aticlate lren rolled his eyes heavenward and piously tolda week after adjournment all the pastors; recover him would cost little in compar-
The Associated Preu it excluifrely entitled I jury that he had accepted no bribes!! from the sion to the need for an institution
to the use lor re-pubUcititn of aUotwi I Garsson brothers. long-memoried capital observers and do not suffer from It again for a whole year. It usually Is a routine matter but sometimes of this sort. Orlando should cer
dispatches tecredited to U or not It's just about that time with Methodist It occurs that a preacher has fallen from
rraee make bid
a strong for this
otherwise accredited to this piper and recalled another case when Andy May. WM equally tai
bo the local newt published herein. e In of Innocence. preachers In Florida now. All over this State the or acted In a manner unbecoming a man of considerr what we haveto
,All rithts for re-publication of special pious protestations people called Methodists\ are being asked to help God. and must stand before the bar of the conference ofer. called bandits
dispatches herein are alwi reserved. That was in 1934 when May's brother-in-law
I I J. D. Mayo. his cousin Curtis W. May. and 27 of close out the year in full so the parson will have and account for his doings. Ills name T. A. P. But thank God, the two young

PAGE 6' MAY 25. 1947 May's friends. distant relatives the thrill that conies to every preacher when he mutt be cleared and passed before he can be men were against them. Maybe

and political henchmen. were Indicted Is able to stand before the great bar of the conference given an appointment.It's Hartley-Jolt Biff HoldsU. w'e have something to look forward

TODAY'S THOUGHTS for robbing Federal relief. and say, "Everything In full. Bishop" and a great brotherhood this Methodist minis S. Spotlight, Reader Says to after all If this could be a

But we are made manifest unto God; and I trust Down In Mays home town. Pres- to experience the joy of hearing the brethren try. Of course we have all kinds and shapes of Editor The Sunday. Sentinel-Star: comparison. Maybe the younger
also made manifest In consciences.II all around echoing. "Amen." preachers but by and large they are a right I
are your tonburg. Ky; the May relatives decent I It may seem a bit late to comment generation can see the mistakes

Corinthians 5:11.: and henchmen had worked out a You may be a Methodist and if you are watch group of men. There was one who had a brilliant' on the speeches of Htn we made and will turn us back
I neat racket whereby mountain your preacher. Hell be slipping in the barber shopto mind and a beautiful body and the eloquence ota Wallace in Europe. Let's t

Conscience Is a sacrecl sanctuary where God families who couldn't read and get his hair trimmed. and because it's conference Cicero. who allowed his endowments to accei- get that while we can't endorse the way God would have us. _

alone may enter as judge.-Lamennals.Don't write. together with the Federal tuate his ego to the extent that some of his stew- Hank's apparent method, we can I am the father of eight and
rooked. ards agreed that "Our preacher Is so full of him- endor his objective of peace. tee of them are growing into
Government. were Let's not forget that was manhood and my prayers
self that he can strut sitting down" but he is Hen you '
After the Indictment. May ) ( sort gypped out of the the are that they law
Let the Sun Get You DownpLORIDA'S of b
pulled all sorts of wires to try to an exception.Lots I job by Hannegan and his Dixie abiding God-fearing men. And

get the case dropped. He pro- of the parsons are similar to me, sort of hotheads and then later chased I venture to say if you should inquire -
MUCH SUNG sunshine I
combines tested to high hcaven that his dlmunitive and scrawny and thin poor things. But out of the Cabinet partly because into the upbringing of young

JL blessings and dangers which must friends and relatives were abso- all of us can't be fine-looking and heavily endowed.A I'' of a speech about which Harry Jade Williams of Orlo Vita or

Ije constantly and continually kept in Pearson' lutely innocent. Despite this his favorite bed time story In my Methodist Nursery Truman changed his mind and 'I Dana McPherson of -

proper balance. burned down the Prestonburg Rhymes tells of the roaring lion that roamed the : partly over his disagreement with den the two young men who were
henchmen even Sec. Byrnes. Even at that we against slot machines, you would
woods and growled at the wild may
This is the time of year when dangers County Courthouse to destroy relief records and and horse. "Why ain't I actually owe Henry Wallace a vote find Christian parents responsiblefor
overbalance blessings.Our evidence. In the end. sixteen of the May gang wentto you big strong like me? The horse fled Into : of thanks over his being a sort of i- their training.

health-giving sunshine must now jail. Including ,two relatives. Many of them are the woods. The king of the jungles roared out I foil for the Russians. To some "!1 Again I wish to say. thank God
be taken in small doses lest the blessingsturn still there. same question to an eagle that sought refugeIn extent at least he has appeased I we do have a few young men of
the highest mountain and when he bellowed the : their wrath and perhaps divided I Ii their calibre and may we be bleed

to curses. It was not New Dealer Lowell Mellett who got question "Why aren't you big and strong like me?"i their counl I Ii with many more of the same

The sweet young things who journey to movie-star Robert Taylor draft-deferred to act In to the elephant he shook with fright and vanished. i The interest of the I type. d

our beaches and attempt to acquire a ma- the movie Song of Russia, which Taylor told the Feeling his oats. the lion then found a little day is the Hartley-Tart labor bill.I II JvY' "

: wrinkled monkey perched on a rotten limb of I Some so-called labr leaders insist Lake Mary.Housewife.
hogany shade of Summer tan in a coupleof un-American Affairs Committee was Russian prop- I an
they don't want I reckon they I
time hell be extravagant and risk storeboughtshave. old pine and after drawing himself up to full-lion-
days are liable to find themselves in aganda. The "Red sympathizer" arranged the don't. But with much of the public !
And just as sure as you are born that hood roared 'Why aren't big and like finds Too Much
hospital beds unless they ration their sun draft deferment was staid Sec. of the Navy; Knox. you strong it is They were forced
baths. once GOP candidate for Vice-President. It was t preacher will go by the men's store and buy a new me? The monk: scratched himself sort of squinted ; into dierent against their will fat, Bone in Pot Roast

I' another "Red sympathizer." MGM's Louis B. hat or a new pair of shiny black shoes. Hell get his eyes and whined back "I been sick."" Well or at least without being consulted Editor. The Sunday

Sunburn is a killer, in extreme cases. Mayer. staunch Republican National Committee- something new even if it isn't anything but a nice. Amen. That's my trouble I guess. Either that or I They were made to pay high initiation -: There are so many Sentinel-Sta bureaus i

It can strain the heart, the blood vessels. man. who took the matter up with his pal Knox. new linen hanky. A Methodist preacher at annual my mother forgot to feed me vitamins when I was fees and then regular dues Washington I scarcely

Cause chills and fever, delirium. Whena When GOP National Chmn. Carroll Reece conference without something new on is like a prize a little boy. whether. or not they wanted that 'I which one to write to, so maybe

third of the body suffers second or visited Hollywood recently he lunched with mule at the county fair with cockle burs in his But even so, I am glad and grateful that she money for something else. In you can tell me. Is there a law
exposed me to religion. Yes and I short the labor unions have"done" : whereby a merchant must trim off
am clad she
to friends "I'm
third burns death result. Slayer. Later Louis remarked :
degree I
may tail.The the public as the saying so much fat from meat? I purchased -
Methodist Church, like so many religious took me to Sunday School and when I balked
not coins to give another dime to the Republican
But there is no rea.son to tangle with the And now the
goes. Hartle.Tat a pot roast at 60 cents a
and is the lengthened shadowof and didn't want to I'm she
groups movements to. glad didn't knew
sun's wrath. Party as long as that dumb Is chairman. labor bill offers pound, weight about seven
It is only. two years since V-E Day. But alreadythe a great man by the name of John Wesley. This about the new psychology and still made me go. I, many instances at least a chancei Cooked it and started pond.

Plain old common, sense is enough German-American Republican League. 317 E. little Oxford don moved across the horizon of the I used to say that when I cot to be a man I I I i I to decide for themselves whether'! found there was as much fat and

armor to protect you. 54th St., New York City Kurt Mertig chairman Is British Isles" In the 18th century and according to wouldn't ever wash behind my ears or eat i or not they are "sold" on unionism bone as there was\ meat. So I

The Public Health Service, which has starting the old campaign for Germany-all Negro some of the great historians saved England froma spinach or to to Sunday School. and want to be union members. weighed bone and solid fat and

much printed matter on how to stay out troops removed. Increase the weight of German bloody revolution. He Itinerated all over the But my Mother thought all of those were good i I With this bill as a law the em- : believe it or not. it weighed three

of trouble from vacation casualties, sug- gift packages to 22. pounds: sign a "fair peace" Isles. did his work methodically systematically, for little growing boys and so she was Insistent, and I not ployers it would would be decide whether to be-or i, pounds. I ask you isn't that a

gests the first sun bath be limited to 15 Immediately. uniquely precisely, and thus derived the name for strange to cay, now that I am a man. I wash behind necea1'7 I II I outrage paying a much for wasteas
I long to the union at all in order to the meat?
his movement. The Methodists.In my ears every Saturday night. I enjoy it so
minutes after 4 work in his shop. In Stateshe I
Thereafter some
p.m. says the i i They say on the radio, "bring
addition to his profound scholarship and much that I can hardly wait for Saturday night to
Oregon's hard-hitting GOP Sen. Wayne Morse could absolutely free
voice of experience in all parts of the keep an I II your used fats. The store will pay
peppered Sen. Taft with verbal buckshot during a great preaching ability he was a fearless reformer come. And if my wife puts hard-boiled eggs on non-union shop. And this bill, as you." That Is not so. I brought

nation, sun baths may be lengthened 15 secret meeting of the Republican Senatorial con- I i as is evidenced by this story. A lord of London top of the spinach I can get up courage enough to I I far as I know says nothing about four pounds of fats to a store and

minutes daily, allowing the skin to adjust ference recently. .| was visiting a community in Cornwall and obsessed eat that stuff. And as for liking Sunday School! i I staying in the union. This bill they refused it. Who can afford to

itself to Old Sol, thick aning gradually. The The day before. Morse had been called off the by a great thirst. began to search for a pub for a Why. I'd rather go to Sunday School than to a I would make the employe's consentI pay 60 cents and get back abut
body will produce increases in pigmentation Senate floor by a long-distance phone call. Re- drink. He looked for hours but his seeking was three-ring circus and I'm crazy about a circus. I necessary before the employer five cents.

and circulation.The turning, he learned that during his absence it had in vail. In desperation he turned to a Cornish But over In the Amen Corner we don't ask you. I union could dues.take any Thus of if his the pay employewere for .I What can be done to stop this?

sun is full of vitamin D, but experts been agreed to limit debate on the National Science | citizen and asked. "Why is it that a can can't get whether you are Methodist or Baptist Presbyterianor fined for doing a quarter of M. C. FEUSSNER,

have found that the body absorbs I Foundation Bill introduced by Democratic Sen. a drink in this town?" And the reply "Because Episcopalian, Gentile or Jew Catholic or Protes j: an hour's extra work for the em- I Kiee.I -

Kilgore of West Virginia but which now bears the my lord.-nearly a hundred years ago a little man tant. All we want to know over in the Amen Cor- ployer those two could get togetherand
of it in three Charles A. Garrett Gives
enough minutes ,to last -an named John to these and since is that when ask the I
name of Republican Sen. Smith of New Jersey. Wesley came parts ner they ; question. 'Do you decide that no more of that
entire day. Don't be a pig about it. Morse had an amendment he had planned to offer. then we have not had any liquor in our town" Lord love the brethren?", you all will shout in unison. employe's money would go to that five-Year Citrus Estimates

i do it again. Amen and amen! Amen and Amen! i I union. Editor The Sunday Sentinel-Star:

AT FLORIDA BEACHES vacationers In the Republican closed-door conference next -.- ---- -- As for stopping strikes, an employer I Wednesdays issue of the Morning ;
cautious day Morse proposed that Senators be warned by I who ran a union shop could Sentinel carried some estimates -
zxmust be
extra : on hazy days. a quorum call when a unanimous-consent agreement WASHINGTON TREADMILL always threaten to go non-union of the citrus crop for the

When the sun seems hiding behind over- Is to be asked. I if necessary to bring around union I II United States In 1951-52. AFollowing

cast skies his damages: frequently can be I officials. An employer who ran a is an estimateor nor<.
Morse warned that while he could take the more or less open shop could always -! Ida's five
total In periods
severe. Wind and the indirect of the Air Bases' Fate This Week crop year
rays whole fight to the floor. he'd rather have an un- Up I choose between moderate based on the yearly average Increase -
sun sometimes produce the most insidious
derstanding In conference that unanImous-con- concessions to striking production for the past
burns when the careless are least aware of sent agreements to set specified hours for voting I unionists and appa get new years: 1

the dangers.The should be asked only after quorum calls had been Br FRANK A. KENNEDYOur to fix a loan price of 60 cents- laws. employes to replace them. And a 194.4 v _- 88,000,000

Public Health Service tells us that made. [ Washington Correspondent] I plus per gallon of gum turpentineand I 'the Peterson report covers near- I for people In a union shop U150-S_ _ 108115.000

heat stroke and heat prostration are T think the Senator from Oregon Is quite I The forbearance shown Committee by the about $6.33 per cwt. for gum ly 1,000 pages and will form the don't want to belong, they could" _ 130,350.000
pre House Appropriations I simply say Sure 'I'l belong; 152,160,000
cisely opposite ailments and right." said Michigan's veteran Senator Vanden- in all budget items sub- K-rosln. The anticipated demand cornerstone of the legislative 1960-8-- -- '
approving and
warns that then drop their check-off dues ..__ ..: .. 174.285.000
their treatment must be different. berg. "His proposal seems quite reasonable to me.'I'' mitted for the Navy's Air Commands will be sufficient to hold the price ; structure soon to rise. When the i later drop all of them, and take the .o.A. GARRET
bill finally is drafted. it probably CHA
has encouraged Florida i leadersand
I attitude toward the union
Splitting headaches the I above the floor or pegged price .
come upon But Taft Insisted that "there Is no rule that a' Congressmen to look for the same I will bear Welch's name. I boss that "it's your play.
stroke victim in a hurry. He sees red quorum must be called before an agreement to vote : generous treatment for the Army In 1945 a similar set-up was sufficient I Federal holdings of real estate I What are you going to do?" I Northerner Claims Bus

and loses consciousness. His temper- is sought." Air Forces. to fix the floor without a were vastly increase during the If some things In this bill don't Stop

ature rises out of sight, sometimes to 110 "That's true" said Vandenberg. "but It seems I The Army Appropriation bill for single loan being made to support war. and their return to private work out to suit the public, a later On Near Side a Good Idea
has been slow. I
degrees. He may die. First aid should to me wise for us to agree to quorum calls!!, even : 1047-48 will\ be reported out next .the market. I big ownership tracts! like Camp Gordon Congress could be pressured to Editor The Sunday &ntinel-Sta
week. Meanwhile. the Army air Best talking point by the Industry change them. On the whole the I Recently a letter appeared In
aim to bring the fever down. 5o.Maine's I. and ground forces alike is holdingits people Messrs. Langdale, Johnson at Carabelle. are in process advantages which this bill offers your column suggesting buses stop

On the other hand in heat prostration or WlI.na.ceyhlte.. nominal majority leaderof I. breath hoping for no worse Smith. Newton and Brogden. I of liquidation. Institution of II,I the public are such that every I II at the near side of the street Instead -
exhaustion the temperature drops below the Senatethough Taft really runs thingSwas an overall economy cut about 11 went like this: "The last time the the 'Glades National Park may I conscientious citizen should put of the far side.
next on his feet to declare his full agreementwith than the suffered. the Government I offset all other Federal liquidation i the White House or if I
nqrmal and the feels per cent Navy; CCC came to our aid pressure on Having lived 40 years In Philadelphia -
patient clammy. His Morse. He had tangled with Morse on the I Several Army air bases in Florida I realized a net profit of I of real estate In Florida, j necessary, later on the Congress and 12 in New York where

ailment is. akin to shack after an accident Issue more than once before."I I would be in jeopardy if the committee 1.600000 on the deal. We believe how ever. to make I the law. buses stop on the near side I

and first aid must be designed to bring the i uses the economy knife on that we are good risks." I Rep. Peterson expects the new 11 t EGE E. RAMSDKLL.I consider this a good idea at least
not asking for unanimous-consent
am to Federal Land
temperature up. the AAF-the knife which it failed I up a worthy of a try Think our good
The wrong treatment is liable to be fatal agreements these days and I thing we are lettingourselves to wield against the Navy; Air The bill sponsored by Rep.- Price I Commission and to create a flex- Young Men Praised for Their friend Mr. Sid Swope should give
In for a lot of criticism If we continue Forces. ible formula for reimbursing the I I
of to
Jacksonville provide .
a replacement it
a try anyway.
in either case. Better call a doctor if you to seek ,such agreements." he said., To all Inquiries on future status i of Federal District local taxing units. Forest reserves!!, Stand Against Slot Machine ', A CONSTANT READER.

are able to reach one- There is no use in Up jumped Taft. of .the presently operating I Judge Long of Gainesville in the desert lands and game refuges Editor. The Sunday Sentinel-Star:
event of his finally I- for example,could not be made to In the "Inquiring To prevent woolen seeks from
taking a chance. AAF base In the Florida, thehighest early retirement | Photographer
"I thoroughly disagree with everything the Sen- ranking officers I has met the three primary 1 conform to a rigid reimbursement I[column of May 21 men shrinking after wahnt. fit them
ator from Maine has said." he shouted. "There Is qualifications required for formula which would rectify tax interviewed as to their views on the with small before
that don't know approval cean
simply they
HERE ARE SOME sunburn preparations no rule requiring a quorum call. "We have a great about anything beyond June I I by the House Judiciary loads for high priced city property. present slot machine bill. Tee hanging[ them to dry, suggests

and easy to prepare deal of business to transact in this Senate. and I Intend Committee.The middle aged and two young Successful] Farming magazine. \

which are recommended by the U. S. Pub- to continue calling for unanimousconsentagreements. 30.The Congressmen believe that I. three needed documentshave and all three of the middleagedgroup Weight of the pebbles will prevent
time former
lic Health Service. ." the officers are telling the truth been filed and are scheduled Every Rep. Green were in favor of the so shrinkage.
whisks he ----
through Washington; -
During the Senate debate that followed Morse I but they also believe that several to be presented to the subcommit: I
Any druggist can make them for I leaves a trail of rumors behind
Suntan up you. blocked action for seven long hours while he arguedfor tentative priority lists have been i tee headed by Rep. Graham 'him. He ran true to form this THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
Oil-White mineral oil, 44 percent his amendment. As he left the Senate. Vanden- drawn up to fit varying degrees : Pennsylvania Republican Monday. ;

; sesame oil, 45 per cent, methyl berg grabbed his arm. of Congressional economies. These The papers virtually clinch: favor- I time.His former colleagues readily

salisylate, 10 per cent, hydroquinone 0.2 j "Wayne" said the Michigander. "I guess you lists.waste however if, the wUl appropriations be so much able The action three by endorsements the Graham of group.the credit the reports that the gentleman Dr. Gilroy Cites Destruction

per cent and perfume, 0.8 per cent. gave them a lesson today about what you mean committee paper accepts AAF budget Price bill are from: [11 the Department from Starke seeks to oppose
Suntan Cream-Cold cream 39 cent by protecting minority rights." of Justice 121 the Rep. Price next year. They
per recommendations.The ; conference -
Four months recalled his former close relatIonshIp As Ancient Destiny of Evil
ago polIticos wrote
vanishing cream, 39 per cent, sesame oil Florida Congressmen are of Senior Circuit Court with the Railroad Brother- ,
15 per cent, methyl arithranilate 5 Henry Wallace off as a political zero. Four weeks declining to make any forecasts I Justices better known as the Judicial -
cent hoods and the AFL leaders
per here
D. D.
and cholesterol ago when Wallace was barnstorming through Eng so close to the official disclosureof Conference: [31 the Ad- By WILLIAM E. GILROY. <
2 per cent. land they. were even more sure of it. Reaction to the Army Appropriations bill. I ministrator of United States and Green they take It for granted that I Scripture: II Kings 1:5.1 22, 23; Isaiah 28:1-4:

_Suntan. Lotion-Ethyl alcohol 86 per I his foreign speeches was bad. .I. Why stick our necks out. they I Courts. ships this was time.renewing old frIend- "The Lord knoweth way of the righteous, but the

say when everybody will know an The Graham committee apparently of the ungodly shall perish."
CRACKER about It before the end. of next 'has avoided any partisan Since he (ult Congress In way
POLITICSSoIon week? I politics in grinding out jUdgeshIp 1944 to oppose Gov. Caldwell, That is as true concerning peoples and nations as it is

I bills this session. When the Price unsuccessfully some highly controversial of individuals. And i is zs true today as i was in ancient

I The prospective establishmentof bill reaches the Senate Judiciary roll calls have been times.

Lot Not An OneI a support price of $119.02 for Committee, a different and bit- written into the Congressional Ten of the 12 tribes of
a unit of gum naval stores, under terly partisan approach seems Record-last year's OPA fight it be recalled, had and
w1 in life, licentiousness
the Bankhead-SteagaU farm parity likely. and all the rotes on labor reform I Jeroboam. the rebel private
formula, legislation. ud debauchery among the wel-t-do.
ALLEN MORRIS was accomplished by
vlous. Solomon. Jeroboam returned -
obtain needed projects for their The disregard of the poor,
the Public Lands Committee
Industry -
rout Te )lohosse* CorrescovJentl. ] Those must have been lush days community.One with little people themselves. now headed by Republican Rep. Price has 'been forced to from Egypt to lead the of the plplt. and all the evils

TALLAHASSEE Chilies of I for the petty; palm-ltchers when of the Miami race tracks Capitol Hill.or no Sens.pressure from ofGeorgIa. Com Welch of California, has take a stand on all of them- (II successful revolution against that society In the
legislative corruption bring up I lawmakers granted divorces, made approached a West Coast Senator George not forgotten the Green on none. So why wouldn'the iRehoboam. Solomon's son. wheni past and are found today even In
again the age-old clash between lawyers and Holland. and Rep. spadework per- look i the latter refused to lighten the
chartered toll roads and shortly after his election witha Sikes and formed by Cong. Peterson of up old labor friends? our own Democratic lands
hard facts of lawmaking and thepublics Boykin of Alabama had Im-
bridges. distributed Florida believe i burdens that Solomon
public lands "retainer" of politicians do not -
$5.000 lesson
a year supplied Lakeland former chairman the This Is a temperance ,
some leverage. ;
Idea of what a Legislator legitimatized children_ and bonded "just in ease! anything turns up The price Welch group will hold hearings that Green can challenge i posed upon the people- Two and the prophecies of the time
can do.'the railroads. Now the Legislature support program fa Price on his labor record especially i(tribes, Judah and Benjamin. remained -
requiring the protection of expected to afford next week on a broad-gauged In their revelation of the social
public seems to think all a is forbidden by the Constitutionto a steadying in a district like the Sec loyal to Solomon's successor. -
Legislator need do is vote for the do those things. our legal rights. on both gum and wood measure for relief of cities coun- ond. They do not believe he will In the Southern Kingdom.The abuses stress how large a part
Spurning the offer the Senator naval stores ties and States whose local tax I strong drink had In breakingdown
markets without
"right" side. But what is the"right" Northern Kingdom with
Too. I try. Instead.
Improved newspapers said It they foresee a Green anddestruction
waspassing rolls have
strange he been morale bringing woe
costing the trimmed by Increased i ,
side when. as happened} at have brought the public closerto had been'practicing law there for Government any campaign designed to corral the Its 10 tribes, should have been the nation.
this session two horse-rac: tracks the actions of its spokesmenin money-or at least a meager sum. Government ownership of labor vote without the Issue beingon the stronger. But It had In it upon
get into a fight over date*? the Legislature. 20 years and' .only after his election It's a good trick and one free real estate. labor. They also foresee Rep. from the hcinnn&elements of Temperance lessons and lectures
did the norse
track discover which The
Today. the Legislator Government outfits The Lakeland Congressmannever Price defining the Issues to suit dissolution I are not popular today
Whichever way the Legislator regarding need for his services. deut. favorableto
his public office might learn from the Commodity introduced a bill for the himself.A Jeroboam who to power :prevalent psychology Is
votes he will be accused privately as. in Justice The record seems to support Credit I cae wherea
by Glenn Terrell's pungent phrase BernIe Corp.A purpose. His work was fact- twice defeated politician must with a great opportunity of correcting drinking and idugence. I
some proponents of the Papy of Key West when
"an to sum reported to be $10 mil finding and the study of existing Invent a routine make the abuses of Solomon'sreign I generation ago favoable
avenue new to
other side of having soil. out. easy revenue. he says the decisive six to eight lion has been a I' is to
must content himself largely: with votes to kill the bookie bill were earmarked for 1947 State and Federal realty comeback the oldtimers know. was not long in revealinghis ,to total abtence. I drinking -
Once when I wondered aloud fringe Industries baseness and weakness. He make a ditcon
alcoholic -
why public morality had Improved and be'erages obtained by a last-day trade with other people to set up altars. of Idolatry and led and dnkennes between use
racing which exist shape his
not cow county Legislators alarmed bya voting I I munity project: a farmers marketor paign help. One of the young I and of
-why we no longer had the great as a matter of right but of publi I judgment his people in false and dishonorable abu itoxcat a
scandals of the Legislatures of the ; sleeper amendment on a road -rapid-fire Judgment, at an agricultural: experiment members, from a big county explained ways. other things
I'beautifIcation bill -'the amend- that. He will look. station or a branch State hospital, I But it is important to remem.
past sage Judge D. Stuart GUlls I as a House why he "took walk" from within left the
Beyond these he turn a on Weakne I
of DeFuniak Springs, former may an ment requiring the.f encinj of cat- member to Elbert L. Stewart of mayhap. Or it even could be a I nation unprepared and almost that Intoxicating liquor has
President of the Senate. broughtme occasional dollar from monopoliststhose tIe off the highways. Clewlston. say, for a lead on bank- medical school. the bookie bill by saying: helpless when danger struck from br it Inherent dangers that do

down to earth with this: crisp -against competition.who seek legal fen (*s I People either don't.-know or for- lag bills to L. C. Yeomans of Cry In such 'situation he may "The bookies at home always, without. It was a situation call- I not apply to all other things. The

comment* -l doubt there has been There always have been in get there are thousands of laws stal River on salt water fisheries trade with others who have non- have helped me In my campaign. ing for wise strategy and soundjudgment. Bible I a temperance textbook.fulj .

much change In human nature.. the Legislature.-sometimes men In the proposed at each session of"the to Richard II Simpson of Monti- conflicting pet bills. Hell know They have contributed money: But what w strateg of 1ar. and its warningsare
even In the Legislature." I Legislature. Obviously, no man cello on legislation generally. He he's obligating himself to vote or judgment can I bre In the history of
Afterwards, I tried to rational majority, occasionally In the minority could digest them all. Committee will follow that lead almost as for some bad bills but he'swilling and they have got me votes. They I there Is a lack of sound and honest men nations.'The
could not be bought attempt that task. but still each didn't ask me to do anything Northern Kingdom went
Ire my first remark and I concluded either a blind man. to shut his eyes to those on i character? ,
perhaps human nature subtle $5,000 by a direct $25"bribe or a I man is on hisown when the i Many a man comes to the Legislature hoping the other House will this bill. But I knew how they I I The weakness from-within had dow In ruin, and any nation

cadnt changed but opportunities of these"retainer. Howevermany i time comes to vote upon the hun- with a pet bill whico. above catch them-if he can get what must feel about it. I owned themat the familiar aspects of all social that does not overcome evil yit

for graft no longer were so ob- in men see nothing dreds which reach the floor. t all else, he wants passed Into law. he wants. least the favor of stepping out I failure and deterioration-dishoniesty ,good Is doomed t similar d-
wrong trading off
their vote to 1 A Legislator has to depend upon This likely will be some corn- Then there's the matter of cam- of the chamber." I and corruption in public and j ater.(1Ilr .





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tltt eunbug 'tntintl-6tm \ 'agl
Veterans; Plan % Local Fishing _
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camps, and those which furnish Melon he said will be to show the proper > \

Memorial DayObservances meals. Camps with trailer facilities Car-Loading method loading watermelons so MEN .. E l

Guide IssuedAn are also listed. Demonstration SetA as to be sure they reach their i J.\
License information obtained destination in first class condlI -
4 kc x from the office of County Judge watermelon car-loading demonstration tion. $5000 and up peer Y air
rl > Victor Hutchins is Included with sponsored by the Atlantic I
answer to the often ex- t.
America War Veteransd l .J.
Spanish explanation of where licenses are Coast Line Railroad the !
auxiliary will honor their deSJ3arted pressed"desires of Orange County required. There is also data about Seaboard Air Line Railway and Did John L. Sullivan Fight Our tested and proven Vufldte*

comrades with Memorial I sportsmen and visitors to catch I' the legal bag limit for each typeof i the State Agricultural Extension ; With Stomach Ulcer Pains? demand.maintenance. products We need an 't gteitby
Day services next Friday at 10 hY their share of fish Is provided In fish and legal minimum length Service will be held at Okahump- saleT aea "I
a.m, at the United Spanish WarVeterans" Fg r for bass. 12 Inches. I! ka Tuesday at 2 pm.. F. E. Baetz- 1,Th famous heirrwelf champion was handle our increasing hitfrmffai.I .
the newly Issued pamphlet Fish- noted ai a voracious filer. Could h* haft I Your income has no ceU1ng;'UOOO
plot In Gnsenwood Ceme- I ; man. Orange County agricultural eaten and fouiht ai he did If he suffered
*"*. Ing In Orange County, compiledand In conclusion, the pamphletsays agent, announced yesterday. ItterUn, painaT Don't nrflect ttomarh and up is easy for salesmen inter-.
Followinr eerenontea! by the ,,. F issued by H. Stuart Johnston I while Lake Apopka is known ;; Purpose of the demonstration. or heartburn ulcer palna. Induration. ass pains ested In building a permanent
Spanish War Vfterans.: there secretary manager county as the best bass-fishing lake In ether renditions nosed aensatton.by excess bloat arid and :,i lifetime buisness. We have men
will be services br the Veteransof Chamber of Commerce. the United States many; of the NEPTUNE ,Get a 25c box of Ddt Tablets from TOUT earning $20,000 a year and more.
; / -Fish where there are fish" county's 700, lakes offer excellent dniititt. First dose radst convince or Don't
i delay. Write today to DPBox .
Foreign Wan and the Disabled rJl; : I turn box to at and let DOUBLE re-I[
American Veterans and Johnson advises in his summary fishing. OUTBOARDMOTOR i MONEY BACK. 39:=. Dallas I, Texas.
.. Of the information contained in "Rollator" type water t pump. Poaitivr I ____ ._
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auxiliaries at the same place, .. ;' "Not all of them have fishing ennluiff. Can't overheat -
f the newest Chamber publication.No -PLAY todaf-PAY tomorrowWYCKOFF'S
Combined troupe will then move : facilities for sportsmen in the way -
to the Civil War Veterans' Con- small part of the Information of boats and bait but Lake Apopka ; THINKING ABOUT BUILDING?
federate Veterans' and American :: .> .:.t: In the pamphlet Is focused and St. Johns River have facilities -II : i CONTACT us
for find services. The I I r. trlt on the large month bass, suiting every taste and Z54"Wiere Merchandise M Tei" Hornet Bunt at a Price to save you money.
Legion plots l' S. Knhl Are. Ph. 2-2X21 2 to bedroom Home. $7.000
... up.
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American Legion bugler will blow .r. n.n.n: of which Johnston declares purse. the pamphlet proclaims. S Weeks Will Complete Your Home.
taps for all ceremonies. LESTER HOLLAND JORDAN M'LEOD '"Orange County furnishes the Copies may be obtained from Also! Remodeling
Officers In charge for the Spanish best In the United States." But the County Chamber of Com- j :358 Brassie' L E BUILDERS INC. Phone
I with murder in his death. ;
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War Veterans will be Comdr.A. there Is other data which fish- merce, without cost, and there will "BUTANE"GAS e 2-2693
S. Lyon Officer of the Dar erman say "Invaluable.." be a further distribution shortly

Edgar Thomas,'and Marshal of the Death All fishing camps in Orange through establishments which APPLIANCES '
handle and
tackle other
Day. John P. Murphy.On PenaltiesEyedIn County are listed with post office fishing
Feb. 15, 18JJ8.) just after addresses precise location, opera- ston equipment said. for sportsmen John- Available for PAINT VARNISH
Taps had been sounded: the UJSJS. tor's name and telephone num- I
Maine was blown up by a minein ber. Distance of each camp from IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ''I SPECIAL PRICE THIS WEEK ON
Havana harbor with a loss Court Term Here Orlando Is reported along with Nazi Gets Death Sentence It UTILITY SPAR VARNISH
of 268 officers aDd men. Lyon such Information as number of VIENNA [API A People's ORLANDOBUTANE I A COMPLETE PAINT
said. War with Spain followed boats available whether or not Court yesterday sentenced Johann DEPT.
quickly: and Pres. William McKinley guides can be obtained and Braun. former Nazi leader to GASSERVICE MANAGED BY COURTEOUS SALESMEN
a Civil War veteran Issueda Six individual dramas of life and death are scheduledto whether inboard or outboard mo- death on the gallows. Braun set I WHO KNOW TilE PAINT BUSINESS
call for 500,000 volunteers. be unfolded in the week beginning tomorrow. Scene will tors can be rented. up his own court at the last of :i
'The Army called by Pres. Mc- be the second floor of the Orange County Court House, There is also information on the war and decreed death for his : Incorporated I JOSEPH BUMBY HARDWARE CO.

Kinley was the only 100 per cent" when the Circuit Court and the Criminal Court of Record whether cabins and picnic enemies, mostly opponents of 1 I E 193? W. Roblnvm, Ph. 2-1733 I ORLANDO WINTER PARKa
volunteer army in our history, grounds are available at the Nazis.
Lyon declared. -It served Its coun- will be in session simultaneously. .
try well under trying conditions. In the circuit court two men*,

Veterans of it are now over 70 must face Juries to answer chargesof j fore Judge W. M. Murphy. .. a
years old. and are dying at the murder in the first degree for Other cases set during the first J'
rate of 600 a month. We are which. if convicted they may be week of the criminal court session #:! :
proud to honor our comrades in sentenced to die in Raiford's elec- Include Estelle Jacobs, charged .
this and other war..* trie chair or to life imprisonment, with murder In the second degreeon

'I + dependent on circumstances. May 28, and Esau Baker, "
u. S., English Ships A few steps down the hall In charged with murder In the second
criminal court two men and two
degree. May 29. Baker proprietor
Collide in ThamesDEAL. women, in separate trials face of a Washington Park bar. is ,
England [AP] Two charges of murder in the second '
.charged with having shot to death :
collided with two degree, for which they may be 1 '
American ships I a man who tapped on the windowof
fishing vessels. In separate accidents sentenced to terms ranging up- his establishment after it had J. #
yesterday the fog-ahroud- ward from 20 years to life. the .
been closed for night. 2 .. r
ed approaches to the Thames Estuary For the, criminal court murder The fourth criminal court trial .
and crews of both small cases will open a scheduled three I Involves a charge of murder in the ,,; ,
feared lost. weeks of trials which veteran
fishing craft were second degree against Vergie Le .
court attaches and officials say Golden charged with the deathof
will set a new high mark in num-
a man who, she is reported to
KILL HIS ber of cases for a single term. have said "annoyed her."
Sheriff Jim Black's office has revealed ;

FLEASTorment J' that 75 witnesses have been I Herman Murphy, scheduled as 1
'. called to testify In the two courts first to face a first degree mur-
Dust..t.; i in the first week alone. Of these. I der charge in circuit court next 1I Qckt

will kill the fleason }]:kJ 2& are for the circuit court and week was Indicted April %3.19t6. .
47 the criminal court. for the death by cutting
your dog in of Curtis Maples Nov. 17, 1945.

30 seconds-if it fails, it to Greatest center Interest about the Is expected opening In Apopka. : I

is free! Harmless to the case before the criminal court I When Murphy's case was first T RATE APPLAUSE THAT REFRESHES
where Lester Hollapd. charred before the court last year his attorney \
dog. with murder In the second degree at the time, Walter E;
1 lb. box $1.00 In the death .of Jordan Smith submitted an affidavit to r
V4 lb. box _ 30c Bull McLeod. on April 11. 1947. the court arguing that the defendant Young favorite new fashion.
will be tried. I was not mentally responsible
Sold by Feed, Seed and McLeod was shot to death In I He also said Murphy had been reJected i In-or-out shirts patterned with Coca

Hardware Stores. Holland's tavern following an argument by the Army which said
told 1 I that the defendant was not men- /4S S
which witnesses I Cola bottles and Washable
PatentedWILLIAMS' o caps. san-
Deputy Sheriff George Jump grew i tally capable of bearing arms. --b
CHEMICAL CO. out of a poker-punchboard game )I Murphy subsequently was
MANUFACTURERS between Holland and McLeod. The I adjudged Insane by Circuit Judge S ) : forized cotton in blue, maize or green.
Frank A. Smith after the defend- '
208 South Parramore St. killing was then promptly labeled i i .
OKULNDO "punchboard slaying. One ant had been examined by a court- i Sizes 8 to 20.
week after the shooting a coroner's 1 appointed medical commission.
Jury found that McLeod Had cometo After Murphy had been com-
his death as a result of a gun'' mltteed to the State hospital at $2.98
TriedandProvenRelief shot fired by Holland and recom- Chattahoochee. doctors there de-
} mended that the grand Jury determine -I f clared him to be sane and he was ..r '
e. to Sufferers the degree of guilt. Grand ordered returned here by Judge :- -< '
Jury the following afternoon indicted Smith to face trial. ,: : .
Holland for murder in the In the second first degree mur- ; 'i .. -l<

S 4f second Two daya degree.have been set for the 'der court case next scheduled week. Willie before Lane circuit must < :: t'uJ'' .

Holland trial and the defendant face charges In the fatal shootingof
will be represented by Atty. C. R. I Willie Dickens in Orlando..Dec. "

Cambron. replacing Atty. W. R. 24, 1946. '::; F ; '-\ ;p" ", '. ..... --; ,_ "o _, ........ p. !"" ,
RHEUMATISMARTHRITIS Smith who appeared for Hollandat I j i .1 -.. ; ..i'" :,: ,' ,;,"" '',:::. ,.;' .'. if' Y:,., ,"- '\ ..
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.pO'theMo'4\\ Polly 1 1 .A Riley I i Wins 1 Trans-Mississippi, Meet I IBlonde \

'r Page 8 mJr! 0nnfciH :&nittal-&iar Orlando, Florida, May 25, 1947 I
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Golfer _

: Directors of the Florida State League face the task of! Chandler Blanks : To Win Own *

clarifying a league regulation, or rule, at their next Scores Easy 54 I '

meeting.The. Game 5-4

situation that arose at Gainesville Friday night I [ Red Sox 5-0 ,

illustrates the need for clarification of the rule governing DETROIT IAPJ Pitcher Paul
[Dizzy] Trout blew himself to a
,.mes halted by the failure of park lighting systems. Win in Finals I big day yesterday by homering in

Gainesville held a 12-0 lead over DeLand after six Innings of play the tenth to win his own game for

had been completed when the lights failed. Electricians estimated it II With Two Hits the Detroit Tigers over the

would take a period of hours to get the lights back in order. NEW ORLEANS API) Blonde I i Chicago White Box 5 to 4.

League Pres. Al Combs witnessed the game. After conferring stocky Polly Riley won the 17th Dizzy's wallop into the left field

*lth the umpires he ruled the game should be resumed from the point annual Women's Trans-MlsSlsslp- NEW YORK [APJ DuplicatingAllie stands, with one out. carried the

of interruption at a later date. An off-hand perusal of the league's pi Golf Tournament here yesterday Reynolds' Friday feat of : Tigers Into a two and a half game
the Boston Red Sox to lead in the American
League capped -
governing rules Indicates Combs' on-the-spot rules interpretation unexpectedly Sand
with an
two hits, veteran Spud his own fifth victory of the
might have been wrong. 4 victory over her good friend spun the third successive New York season and made it two straight

I Section 3. Article XV of the league's constitution by-laws pro- Margaret Ounther of Memphis. Yankee shut out yesterday and for Detroit in the series.

tYides that The same roles will govern the lights going out daring1 Tenn., in the 38-hole final I the second straight over the American I The slugging Tiger righthander

a night tame as apply to raln d-ont games." Steady rain fell during most of 3 League Champions. 5-0 drove In a total of three runs. Ha

If that be the case. then Gainesville won the game Just the aame the match. !, r- 4 before 42.219 cash fans at Yankee:' sent one home In the second on a

as if rain has washed awn the game at the end of six Innings of Itwasthe most important golfing __ .. I Stadium. single and another in the sixth ona
championship to date for the V "'--....;.==---_ fly. His blow-
pay. For the game was beyond the four and one-half innings of I Chandler was nicked for tingles
play stage when the lights failed and continuance of the game is :young stenographer from Fort SAFE? ? ? Buddy Lewis, Washington with ; ;Philadelphia; Athletics. This picture,1 only by big Rudy York in the came off Relief Pitcher Gordon

unnecessary.It Worth. ,Tex. who wa runnerupin called however, shows Hank Majeski tagging Lewis, second inning and losing pitcher Maltzberger.
the 1948 Trans-Mississippi at tionals right fielder was safe at NO-I 1
Is true that Section :2 of the same article provides that "daring Denver and was medalist in this his right foot inches off the bag. [AP Wire-I Dave [Boo] Ferris In the third. CHICAIO. .5r(A bpss) I,, DETROIT'os ,(A bpssTuckur4 )

the execution of a play should the light go- out before the play is tourney. Mrs. Babe DidriksonZahariai. base in the first inning of yesterday's photo] The Yankees supported Chandler ApSIpst.ss' 1$2111'Lsks.ss I S I lILsy..25' I I 45552 S I 1 I

completed the umpire Is to be the sole Judge as to where the play Is to last year's winner did '& with a nine hit attack. four of PbIU..1t II I I cSOuu.- Sill I

be resumed." In this instarxe. however the rule refers to "a play" and not defend her title. okPieretti them coining in the big seventh leMo.I"Xw'n.dy.nfIIIlSDun.f. SSllSwsbo.2b 55551 58141

'the play;" not to "a game1 or "the game." Miss Riley has previously won I Inning when they scored three 1toI.tI. 4 5 1 I rIWa'lfIoId.It I I I S I
Limits A's to Five Maintains times to Insure the victory. The Baksrlb I I 1 21 11'I.III..rf 4 5 I I II.pMnsss$5I4SIKtI.3b
This column has no tone to pick with Combs' decision. If he the Fort Worth City West Tex- Hogan outburst was featured by a two- : 12524aWnliMi
tlndt he's wrong he'll reverse his decision and make it right. i as. and Southwest medal play 1 I. .eo.n 41255TrsSb.S
run single by Joe DiMagglo. George I I S S IWlllIO', 4 I 1 1 5
7- But the point of the matter is this: the rule governing light tournaments. Hits Nats Blank Mackmen McQulnn: drove in the other run 0_., ISI IIITtnut.p SillS
failure should be clarified to avoid such on-the-spot confusion. Perhaps Polly took yesterday's match by as with a single. drlelteell bWsllsua I I I S I S S I a$

the clarification should go to the extent of prescribing: how longa fairly consistent though not spectacular PHILADELPHIA AP Dick Fowler for Terrific PacePHILADELPHIA 'I' BOSTON (A) NIW V6MK (A) "aJt&iI.I1' S S I I
[ ] Landing on ----- -----
air bps.T sly Spus
be delayed by light failure before It Is called off by the shooting. and profiting by
game may ToUU sa"1 14)) Tottli S4 114 HIIa
P.II.glsi.55 I S I I J Stlnr u :Ik S 2 1 2
three in the third Nationals
umpires and managers-as in the case of rain. her opponent's errors. Miss Gun- runs inning, the Washington Ben'\1 ,....,.1It 15121I5.nntrh.nf, 11255 -Flirt_<_out for fUtpbemon In Blink.
clarification Is ther was often trapped or in the coasted to a 5-0 victory over the Philadelphia Athletics be- [API n D'Mall: tf I S I I tK.llr.If I I S I S 11-0 eat.for Gnus lo "Imk
such Is
The big reason this column necessary WlUlani.ir I I I 1 III DIMlll ff1'MeQulM.lh I I I I I v-a. for Vtilluo to m.IMLnaa.
to avoid confusion late at nIght. when the time comes for morning rough and had poor luck on' several fore 6,081 fans and 1,500 children yesterday. Hogan marched through the second i TorkloMolorf I I I I 1 I 222 2 -On.* 501 for vho Mu* winnIng I. olalk.B .rm. orw4. -
recoveries when Miss Riley I SSSIIW.J.bnsu.3b1: 5582
newspapers to figure league standings and make a press deadline with did get into trouble she usually Marino "Chick" Pieretti Italian born right-hander, round of the Philadelphia Inquirer Doorr.% 1511IR.bIn..s... 45115 ( .. ____._-__Hot lw *M 5 :1l-

them. That's why a need is felt that the rule needs a bit of clari recovered well. limited the Macks to-five scattered $15.000 Invitation Golf TtbhMU.t a MOMPart 1SSlIainsuts.u 1. S I tIChudlir, I 25524 I .1 1 I lMr, ___ ____. ,:1 Ml Ml 1.
Emm! KoMMdr.: CallonbtM, Mvx: Bum kat-
fication. safeties and did not permit a I meet yesterday and posted a four- *** 55555yiu.p \ ,... U: 8topbeaOB. Fhillor 2. '_. Trout 1.KolL .
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Gains below 67 beside the record Tw.- klu: -.41. Boa*
par S I I'I IFt.
Spahn base he
man to pass second as runt: Tram. Hulw buss: Turkor. MulUo.rinm Is.-
Regardless of the outcome of last night's games, the choicest Dye Smith setting 65 he fashioned In the .., SISlI. : KolloviT. E... Dmbl.' clori: Grvro.Apotlnf .
struck out six In chalking his
up and JOMI W.._ t4 KoU Wokk
morsel on the PSL menu for the next two days will be the two-game opening round. Total U. 1141J Total U I.IT UA LaM and Cullooblno.; ; *_
afternoon In De- Seventh Win first mound triumph of the year. -Unod wt for Tobbott U ItS.5StrutS .
this Left
between Deland and Orlando which opens I oo bam: Chlemjo t. Oolrotl It BUM us
series the belting bantam for Porrta I Ilk.
Although out _. ..
bells: off G Trout Mrlkooou: ky Grot
Three singles sacrifice and
a : a
I Baton Ill 550 IllINs
Land.It clubs' three bagger off the right'' field leading money winner among the Tort: -___. 101 III 2_ .1.MUutxrjor Troo 4.4 BIll In 1 .on.t Ina.0_...-..I losing lo ( iMlfifi Mtckor" ;;
I .. And the two respecUve -
crucial series for the two teams Meet for Title .
Is a For Boston last clipped 10 strokes Error: I DIHiiilo. Bun battod In: )UQulnn. ...It_,... rapt,,*: PuwnlU. Bor. a4
I followers will get their full share of bard-fought basebalL wall by Joe Grace ended Fowler's pros year 1 Kollor.. I. Dllfacilo 2... Two-baa kl,: Bobl. .... !. TIM t't*. AltOMlUCO S1.SM.
11.1Du1o." Ptlltfrtnl. Honrtrh.
from for his two trips over m.
] Of course the league race is so tight at the moment that a sweep BOSTON CAP] The Boston stay on the Philadelphia knoll. par Chandlor. Doublo play: Poikr. Doorr and T_.

I of the series for either team will not have any long range effect on Peter Dye, youthful Rollins Col- Braves last night took over sole Bob Savage, who followed, gave the Cedarbrook layout he carried Loft ball*:oo off kaaoa Ftrrti: Boat I: Ctiandlor, I: Nov I Tork; Fins t.L Baao'Ktrtkoouta oo-

I. the standings. But it is probable that the outcome will help stabilize lege student and Larry Smith possession of third place and only a five stroke advantage Intotoday's : .1, Chandlor I; rorrta L Hlu: off ForrtaI Home & Hobby House

the standings of the respective clubs for at least a few days-and a veteran campaigner clash today climbed within a halt game of up one run In the fifth on a walk, 36-hole program over ForrlM!. T innings Uoiptrw; :Fin GrI.1...1>lanw t. Loilnf and UcGowan.:pltthor: 1115 E. Colonial Drive

give league fans something to talk about. In a 36-holes match for the an- the first place Giants last night a double and a wild pitch and Bobby Locke of South Africa, and TUB: 111. Attondanro: 4I.llt paid.

nual City Golf Championship at by whipping the New York club. another In the eighth on a double Jim Demaret. will close at noon each Sat-

I Here's a bit of good news for Tinker Field .Fans: John Ganiel Dubsdread Country Club. 3-2. The victory was the seventh and the long flies. Locke had a 69 yesterday to Cub Miscues urday starting May :31st.
Dye. the tournament's low qualIfIer without defeat for Lefty Warren
who has for a long time wanted to erect a shorter wood fence inside with a score of 73. and Smith Spahn who limited the Giants to Buddy Lewis had four hits in with boost his putter total to 137.hot Demaret.his Open All Day Wednesdays

the present enclosure believes the Cyprus lumber required for such a will play their first! 18-hole roundat four hits. five tries. Including a pair of dou- dainty a pink trousers as registered as Give Reds Win

I fence will be available by this Winter. 10 a.m.. with the final tour The Giants took a quick two bles.' a 67 to equal hogan for the day.

If the fence goes up tills WInter. then it's goodbye for those Irksome scheduled to get underway at 2 run lead in the first Inning WASMINITON (A). PHILADELPHIA (A) CHICAGO [API Three errors
ground rules covering balls hit into the outfield shrubbery. pjn. when Johnny Mlze clouted his To.l...b llIISIJosst.u. 28112l.ILrf John Palmer and Dick Metz are '
III .1"... 15555 another stroke behind with 138's. and two wild pitches by the Chicago -
There'll probably be a few more home runs chipped in. too. for good Championship matches are 12th homer of the season into Orwo.lf 1111518.4Sf.N 55151 Cubs helped the Cincinnati
E. J.: [Dutch Harrison had 69
the right field bull Tmn.lk II2ISIV.l..rf[ 45515
measure. And who doesn't get a thrill out of watching a ball sail also scheduled In the Town. pen. scoring 5...,, 4 I 4. tlFibUk I' ill I on his second round for 139 that Red to six runs, five of which
Buddy Blattner who had Pot"'.2" I 5 I I .I Ch..ct 4 8 1 4 5 seventh
cut of the IoU Village and Hamlet deadlocked him for sixth place were unearned, in a messy
walked. ahead of him. ('ltrtJt. 2 I 1 I Rinkilf 4 I I 5 I
FtmlUPUrottl. lIlSSIRns.r.* 45181 with Lloyd Mangrum. inning here yesterday and Cincinnati -
THE ONCE AROUND: The Sporting News' 1911 Baseball Bryan Willlngham and Craig The winning Boston run was .* I" S 1 JIMaJ..U.Sb I I I I 2HswII.y,2b Stewart [Skippyl Alexander coasted in easily for a 6-0
Jackson will meet for the Town wild
pitched home by Bill Voiselle. [ 2 5 1 4 1
[ Register will make appearance about Jane 20. Wa/ren. Land of title with Tommy Hunter and second New York pitcher. |Fo.lor.laBlchnond., SIlls second to Hogan Friday with a triumph.

Enstis. who was to play with the House of David nine is back at Phillip Burrill paired in the Village I New YOIIK CII) .OITOII CI) 18.'...., 2 1.I I I I I I 1 66, zoomed to an 81 yesterday. Johnny Vander his Deer second scattered victory

Eustls. Shaw Buck Is not only Palatka's business manager buthe' flight and Ken Klehl and .. bps, abr bps. ----- --- Lawson Little and Jimmy Thomson I five hits for
RlUnsr.2b)1I4IRi.2b 15521 Tout* U lltST II| ToUl II I I J7 It each: had 154 and failed by a 1 with only one man reaching third
also booked as,third bate coach. Bobby Swift. who now Is George Fair meeting in the Hamlet kigus7.2b. I I I I Hol.1f I" 5 1 5Tbusaus. A Guuwd for Insist In third. stroke to qualify for today's play. base on him. It mapped a. three-
i catching duties with the Detroit Tigers was with Palatka In division. ,. .., 4 I I 1 IM,1oIcr.t.ct! : 2 I I 1 IhullS 11-0_" out for Jooit U olfhtb.WllklBftM .
{sharing 4 1 III IIHopp.eI I. S I IC..psr. tt til tit-SrtiUtdolphli The other big name player who game Cub winning streak.
I 1937. Next meeting of Tar Boosters, Inc., will probably be about .. 4IlSSIEUlost.3b. $1212bGusth.1 SOS 101 M -tErrnn will miss the final rounds is Clay Ewell Blackwell who was slated

I July 1. Ernie Seller. Orange Bowl major domo brought a report Holland Sets .....haU.tf I 4 I I S S I I .Ilu'.ILU"bUar.1t I 4 I I 1 1 I I S S *, :PHddy.uses Toil Bum' "Kond,ted. la oa: Lush a wild, Grtco.Torno pltrk. ton Heafner. He had a second to pitch for the Reds yesterday, For GraduaUN

I from the Southeastern Conference meeting last week that the SEC 0erd0I.1t I' I .ITatl-.l1 $1151a. Tw.-..... klu: Lowlo 2. V_ Thne-..... Mu: round 81 fop a 155 total. was in bed with an attack. of In-
: .,!.,, I SI2tISiiti.s. 25515 Oroco. __nee: Ptoroul. Loft oa DOMO: Wuk-
I way limit the number of howl games in which its members may partlelpate 1:1MOdr.: ISSIIISpM.p $5118voisell. Initac. I; PhUidolphU ,. Bu oa fcalli: Ptorattl Ky Laffoon of Orlando. Fla.. fluenza. GIVE HIM
I . Tex Ryon. lakeland coach recently resigned and will Track Record .., 1 5 I S II.Hvlunj I I. fowlor L Struck out: Plrottl 4. flit: offfowlor shot a 71 yesterday to bring his CINCINNATI' (A) CHICAta (NIas
155551 1 S .. .S Ionian; R..... i tm t. Wild total to 142 while Claude Harmon .bps., .5' 55055..hItsi
I :enter the sporting goods business In Lakeland. Floyd Jaegers of Trillkl.., !I.! pitch: SITU.. LMlni Dltehn: Fowler VnplrciSummon. : 511455uSD 15555
. l
_____ former Orlandoan toured 'I I I 1
I Is INDIANAPOLIS [rAP Bill Holland Bin and npmlli. Tin: ML Attwduct TII4..eI I' 1 t 'ILaotror.11t
Leesborg former Rollins athlete reported Mount Dora's new ToUli 14 1 4 141 ToUli U I 4 JI 4 : tost pillRollinsStetson the course in 70 for a total 144. Lukmir I. I S tlwtltktn 4 I I S I
I coach. roller-skating rink proprietorof A_erao soat for TotMllo In f th.B Vollmor.lf. I" S 2 Pano.cf' 4 5 5 I I
Bridgeport Conn; yesterday -Bui for Co t>or 1> ttli. HaulS I' 111 2:Ci'imtU.tft'Krkoffliii 4 S 1 I IItuIIlr.e
Sow York ____.___It* M* "_S 8 1 I I S 4 5 1 S I
gassed a new four-cylinder racer BailMI ______1:1 IM MX-t Match 1 1,2 Baseball Ziootr.J.JbMlllor 1 *|NI.SIIMS.n( : : 1 :
four times around the Indianapolis Bun* kottod III: Mis: t. Tor(..oa *. T oUM .nWebl.Sk : 1 : ; ifjofawoo.J I : 1
Phillies Spot Brooklyn Lead Motor Speedway In the bits' : 1'.,_ HaoMn: 101:1: .. talooikuoi Postponed by RainThe Nines Meet TodayBob 2. I I llMcrallojotlWrw. I. S I IaO.I.
; : .,-. Sotrincw: MuU: H.luss. Elliott. .. 1 I 1 I .' I' I 52
fifth fastest qualification un In Doublo ,a_: Korr t* Blottaor to MU: I: Rollins-Stetson tennis Carpino's District No. 2 Adam,Ik lIII2ErIrkaCSP IS II 1vedrMsSrp

Then for 4-3 TriumphBROOKLYN the track's 31-year history and a Tort Elliott 4.to hr.Bju'to.. TorfMoa BUM oa.un kilU*:a Kcnmd7 buss: N.I.I .. match scheduled for the Rollins nine will meet Aubine Baits' District J I S 1 2'bUTlnntB 1M.' ....' l'lI. I I S S S I

Rally record for a new driver at the two- I TolMll S, Trlnklo .. Spohi S. Btrlk oati: K:.-- College courts yesterday after- No. 1 team in a Class A Base- ;; .
and-one-half mile oval. I M because todayat
cancelled game p.m.
: [AP] The Philadelphia Phillies spottedthe .4 U S M tnnlnn: Volioll S la 4 M: TrIckleS noon was A-RlniUdfor Wahl Is Tilt.5FilsI .
The 39-year-old Holland. leading S I. Wild piicboi '_11.. ....In' pitcher: rain. Coach Eddie Copeland announced Tinker Field City Rec. Supt. sos fw SrIcht-s I. ItIt. .
three in the first inning and the Volioll. Vnplra: Goou. Conlu : ._ __ ___ III III 555-.
Brooklyn Dodgers runs American AtutomobileAssns Tl..: 1:15. .--.: W.TII pull ud Kunfcw. last night. The match C. 1.. Varner announced yester- Chleif lncln..U__-.. --S... III ".-. .
came back to defeat the Flatbush clan, 4-3, in 10 innings race standings with four will not be played at a later date. day. Errori: Wtltkuo. CiwrotU. Wn. \Mum '
victories In seven starts this year, RUM ball** li: Gal,.. Twt-bu bill: Zltnun.
yesterday.Facing. Bckofflnc SlolM kim: Bauojholii. Mmllor.Bui. 4t'c
averaged 128.758 miles an hour.It Longshot Wins !
Moor f. Wn Doublo
Hugh Casey in the 10th after he had tied the was the fastest trial In the first ilia,.: .SMrtncM."....n.. Johnm Tmdor and Wiltkui: Mlllor.:

game in the eighth Inning with, three days of qualifications, but Peter Pan RunNEW Tars End Diamond Season With *Suntan; Chteaco. and(I.Biu lull 2.o 5 Loft.kolUWn M: .huts.:L Cincinnati Ertrtaooit. 505IR5 bib.

his first! home run of the season glove for the winning run. the seven previous qualifiers can- Vandor Moor .. Slrlkoouti:. Wv.. 4. Erlrkoa Mea's *
not be dislodged from the head of YORK [AP] GreentreeStable's 1. Must" 1. Tanoor Moor: 1. RIta: off W,wT .-'
and only his third round tripper The Dodgers made only four Dual Victories Over U. In S iBolMl (OOM out U ttkls ErldttWl 1 tm I II '
hits but Carl Furillo's three-run the starting lineup" under the race Tailspin. a 35-1 shot, won Tampa ; M.,or 1 !. L Hit k, ltekon b Erirkoo... Acetpfei favor*. ol tofeQ* ...
in five years. Skeeter Newsome rules. the Peter Pan Handicap: at Bel- Aduul. Wild HtdMi: WTI*. Ertrkwov

opened with a single off Pee Wee couple homer of off walks Oscar sent Judd them behind wIng-a I, Rain prevented any qualifications mont yesterday as Phalanx failed The Rollins Tars took both ends of a double header ,Uuorkurtk.atelier: W,*o.Tl.o Unplro;: 11$.: Amntoc Boatl.... BtowM: 12.151.FREE .1..1 and young .xec.Hm...$.oJo**

Reese's glove. Harry Walker bunted ing into an early lead. I after Holland's, although as he did In the Derby and Preak- from the University of Tampa, 4-0 and 5-2, here yesterdayto fttothor-fresh rooming r qtfjr...c

?him to second. and after an PHILADELPHIA N) BROOKLYN N) there were 37 cars at the track. ness. Phalanx finished third with
( (
wind up.their intercollegiate schedule with a record of I DEMONSTRATION Hand ol\e Cit ..... 2.CO to 7.00STROUD'S
[ InfieW out had sent him to third. sbP Ips.I! ibi bpss including eight arrivals since the I Brabancon taking the place. .
N..ossI2I4asesis' 45 1 28 finished 16 wins against five losses. I of the NEW MERCURY
| Johnny Wyrostek bounced n single HWiikr.tr 4 8 S 4 iRoblnin.lk I I tilIt I speedway made peace Friday with Tailspin a length In
oTjeecond baseman Stan Rojek's'Don't OUbtrt.tt 4 S I I trUlMrcf. I 1 I I holdout drivers and owners of the front of Brabancon: wtih Phalanx, Freshman Right-hander Clyde Stevens and Right- I I 10 H. P, Outboard Motor
Padleu.o I 'I I 4 II,;'hl lI'.rf I I' I I American Society of asusual another length farther ..
Professional .
hander Jim Covello allowed Tam-
.> fapa's
"' 181c11.* S S S S tlHomntkUfr S S S S I I See RALPH HAGOOD
WymuklfVoultilk I 82 I ., .rtUotf s2 I IS Automobile Racera.DoughertY back.
Spartans the sum total of (Flm Sass-Isv.. 'I.sIess' ) I 321 W. Plm [At OrUndoPhen WeldlngJI
I I I I lE| .... 4 I I S 4 BcklofltRrtiu.0 8 I' S S TAl" IIOLLINI punt REXALL STORES
hits In
four base the two seven
Vorbu.Xk. I' I I S S S I and $8.20 across the board. Bra- aIr bpssT, .11 r bpss' Cemplrt Repair OB AH Mikes
: Jurlitck. I I I tiViui hi*.Ik 1 S S IJudd.p Named bancon inning to pitch the Tars Grlm.I.no: 1 I I I en.D J S SI SIcott.lb L
'Z ; \tTJ/: I. was $6.30 and $3.50 for games S" 5 I .W.llmono: 2 5 5 2 2WUII.1f ..
I S I S SlLi'icrtt I S 5 1ScLdt. -- --
., 'S I S IRoJek., lb I I' S I place and show and Phalanx $2.50 to a clean sweep of their four- I S I 1 .IBI&Ieolr.lr.. I. _. I IP50t5.L"f
To SEC Position I I I I l'T.It.' '' 1. 1 1 J
.j 1)) iT.I.1G.-EL.., I I.I' S S 1 I for f bird.Victors. game series with the Spartansand ,...t.... I I 1 ..Jlll' denb...... 1 S I I IRisenbm,5 ,
2 5 5 1 3 5 8 ITippIngIb
Tsl..eI J new transportation I
bBraraSolder ISIS KNOXVILLE (DPI Dean Amazing
5555 N. W. extend the Tars' winning 2 S I I IIKllnefltr.l" I I I V I
Ic! U.,.. : I S S S Dougherty of the University of I I Red Hats streak to eight ll1J1011lo.cr I' 1 I S'Har.nk.rf.I I S 2 I IIMeBflds.i.nt
Tennessee .. games. I I I 1 IIlt
vets It 4 It Mil 1 ToultA I 4Mlt was selected yesterday Win Club TiltsThe -.' 2.! !
-Bu for Edwirdi" 1* ttk. to serve as acting commissioner Boys Stevens gave up only one hit ____- THE I
B--.u..t for Turk I* Wb of the Southeastern Conference Victors first-place tenantsin a single! by Spartan Pitcher Totala to. 111_ TJ 'I'eI..IISSSlI.-'l II I 521 I

C:- track wt for Bran U Wt until Jan. 1, 1948. Boys Club Midget League standIngs Douglas Forster in hurling the Tampa 1.111.. -_-=:.S2SSI1s--4.
PkilodolpoU ____S2I t.. tit 1-4Brookln Dean Bum billed IB MrBryd. 1_. 1110._. Bam.
_.lot tot tot tCmnt -. Dougherty, one-time star defeated the Senators 9-8 Tars 4-0 victory in the opener. I
----- ru: Tiltaa. Stolon butt Kllwfoltor 2 Humck.iiCTlflcti
BoolBMa. ....a.,.. BUM botwd to: tackle for the University of Ten- yesterday, pushing across the winning He issued nine bases-on-balls. : ".lUllm,. .Ie..... Doublo pUll:
rurtU .. Rudltr. y_ Jrow_.. Wjmotok. nessee Volunteers and connected run In the final Inning. Buddy .11m.. *. en: ............. Grlatlor aid BcottGrlmMcy : '
(.1 Tw..S_ bits: ftchults. Ttrbti. Pidfttt. HOB with university athletics Covello turned in a three-hit to Bcott: ".ell.... Tiltaa ud tH: ofoltor IJJIZI!
for about .Pettigrew and Len Tomaszew- ...
N. oi rwtll Nowlooi toloB kuo: Loft on biiw. Tamp I,
.tnMo: Xdwird" ..... R. =. 30 years, will act as commissioner ski paced the winners with three performance in the nightcap as M fcilli off Butou. rontr I. I.kr.l': : : br
Dowblo clan: EdDnroo ... Botok; Torboa. ( wiMlitod. In place of Mike Coach Joe Justice's Rollins nine Blown P. Fonior L Hit by pltrbrr.; ky Fortor -
Conner. who Is hits apiece in four trips.
Lon oo kM: PfclUdolpliU I: Brookn their 5-2 decision. Two of ICftl. loiplm D..... WUulov. and Wilkor. ) &
E \ 1 Booo* us kIU: JiirUIck L Judd t.Brkaldt on sick leave:The conference will The Red Hats, leaders of theclub' won TIM of IUM: US.bnra .
I. Orate 1. COM L StrikoouU: JortUtek restore Conner to full duty Junior League continued the three hits Forster's single and _
P-'V I. Judd 2. ScboUdl 1. Oraff 1. Taylor 4. or Scott's double that bounced back (Boc.ann 1..0,
Hlu: off JnrUIck I U 1-1 iralix; Judd 4 1. I: name a new commissioner at Its their whining ways behind the no- TAMPA IIOLLlNa Makes Bike
IcIIalclIII 1 S.I: GNU I lo I 1-': Tutor next meeting. hit pitching of Crowder. defeatingthe onto the playing field after strikIng air bpsut .1 r hpss your a
be Pooled byA I to T ..1: c..., 1 ,. I. Hit br pltrbor: by the parallel pipe atop the GrlIII.I..2_ I 1 I I .'("..... 2 1 I. 1IeoU.l.
Judd (BofclHOBlt. ky Tutor (Trbu). WUnlnfHirtor Gators. 14-%, while the Cubs .. 2 I 1 1 IwsIlasnIb I 5 1 4 SWtIJj.usIt
i : kVkaildt: toolnt pitrlMr: c...,. tin: : Chalk defeated the Turtles, 4-2. rightfleld fence came in the I' I I S S 1BI..1I, 3 5 2 I S
I Bal.... Jwd Md Bur. TIB.: Idd. .U..... Up Two KayoesFor fourth when Tampa scored their Fut.as.ni I. 1 I 'KcBl7do.rf' I 1 1 I S Mote like
WEATHER FORECAST: sue,. SMU pull I. ?,ntr.e.p I I I I J TI".eI I 1 I I S
I.I King Sol Over Man II Turbine Sets Mark only two runs of the day. I .............. I I I S l.Xltaerltr.n: I I I S I
Buddy McBryde. Tar catcher Tlppln.1II 2 I I I IIHSIICOk.S! I 1 I 1 2
-b. cooled by a- lead till article Urtini oo I The broiling early afternoon sun .At Havre de Grace got a single and a double In four I IppoIll8.cr_. I I S I I:lIod tbllt... S I I 1 IlA \ Here'i dependable door-to-door
I.\\1N/I \ \
Pat S, * the official trips during the afternoon .
1'.III..II.tf 2 I I tA'I AVt trBoiporUtioa for everyone. Anew
opener of the doubleheader HAVRE DE GRACE. Md. [APIC. I4 .
yesterday to maintain a .500 batting mark --- ----- Whizzer in-
"WHENWill between Rollins F. Heiniche's Turbine a steady Tota, It I S1IIIJ T.ibls 21 I III I I # motor'easily I
LI College and for the season. I T..PI -____. ... 1-1 I L stifled oa any baUoon-tired bike) I
the University of Tampa produced handicap performer last year seta Forster went the distance for Bolli. _____ __. 1.1 I l-S will wherever want '
You Be Sled? these baseball odditIes-or casualties 1 new track record yesterday witha : Ippallto. .........U.. Coi .. Tlpplnf.Ban 8 carry you you *
finish the Spartans in the first game, I batud I.: Tr...,. Hanrark. W.llman, WU- I \V i21 to go. Whine it precision I
ROOM CONDITIONER See us forComprehensive : I driving to take the $20- giving up five hits and after'' II.... fonur. Tv-baa. kit: McBrrd. Putt I engineered trouble-free I 125 milee .
Personal Florida State 'League Umpire 000 added Havre de Grace Han- catching two innings of the second .iurion ..kaaoa: Ras..k. far. DuI plan.. RnanbauB. %tA' or more per gallon! 5 to 33 miles
I Grlmaloy and Scott; Fontor ROMOJkaunu ,
Kerry Davis who dicap.
The Yorkftirt was calling balls Len ... per hourI I Powerful?-Yes indeed .
Room Condition! I game during which the Tars rout- OB ba : BoUln S. Tamp 5. BaM
Liability and strikes, was overcome by the The stretch-running son of ed Bob Fabian with a five-run M baIls: off ('-.1.). .. Fabian I. luster L \ takes the hills easily J Open up
issaidylnstall.dia any WiLdOW heat and had to Star 1 SaWS out bjr Cottllo. S. Hit sit: Fablu t ,. 1inainia.
quit the Burning covered the mile anda of
$10,000 for $10.00 game In 51 new avenues adventure with
in the second back .
spree came f Suns: off Fontrr 2 U 4 trmlnn. Hit
of your bom. or ol&c. ft oxJ: $50.000 for $13.50 the first half of the Inning. furlong In 1:493-5, paying $7.00to to pitch two-hit ball the last four b pilcbor: by Cor.ll. (Fontor). Lwlnf. pltcfaor: your Whaserl I

daaoBidifiH. tltrs. frosliess, $100.000 for $14.00 Rollins Shortstop Milford Tal- his backers. S innings of the nightcap. j Fabian.: 12t.rmplrea: Dttl ud "'a1,. TIM* *f
and circulates ta. air. Gt a ton. after fitting for the circuit In Mrs. E. H. Augustus Blue tan

Totk d. jgn.d.York.ngiae,Td Hall Bros. Agency same Inning also fell victim of the Yonder came in second ahead SEE IT NOW! BUY IT TODAY AT
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Hyde Hurls 6-2 Victory; DeL nd Triumphs

H. I. ..... .
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I Orlando,.Florida, May 25, 1947 Hfc j&anbag &nttt rI-tar Page 9

This i il.al good a time, as any to catch up with some of Senators Open Florida! State LeagueAt

the correspondence which has been accumulating: a GlanceThe Loop Leaders

J| "It is with great pleasure that we anticipate your ai r Rollins Places closeness of the Florida .

arrival' in St.; Petersburg for the annual meeting of the State League chase loosened -
Series I up a trifle last night Turn BackGainesville

Outdoor Writers Association of America," begins a cordial with DeLand and Orlando

note en a gilded letterhead from the office of the Department of ,-. *:- Fourth in Dad both winning to keep the one-
two clubs still
Public Relations In the Sunshine City "which will be beld June 3-'. a game apart.
With Red HatsSpecial Orlando's defeat of St. Augustine -
The Junior Chamber of Commerce has prepared an elaborate program dumped the Saints two 4-3

for your entertainment which Includes dances, dinners. State I Vail and a half games from the top ,
Rr RegattaBOSTON while Leesburg's loss to Palat-
trips to points of Interest a state' beauty contest and a mammoth [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star second] ka and Sanford's victory' over [Special to The Sunday Sentin&.ctdnl
exhibit." -' '- -. Daytona Beach left the two
post-war sporting goods place Orlando Senators retained DELAND-The DeLand Red

This surtly sounds great so let's continue I "Convention headQuarters their position In the league standings 1 '-. CAP Although rudder ham-accident clubs one percentage point Hats took advantage of Lerper,
\ pered by a pre-race
in tie for fourth
apart place
will be at the Soreno Hotel. A press room has been organized by getting off to a fast startto ,. Boston University'- varsity four' behind DeLand. wildness here last night to score
with Western Union facilities. Some of the St. Pete officials score three runs In the first crew completed an undefeated sea two runs in the last half of the

you will meet Include Mayor George S. Patterson; Vice Mayor Inning here last night before 1127 son by winning the five-shell Dad first Inning which proved to be the

Eton C. Robinson; city officials Eugene Bennet.. C. Frank Harrison. paid fans and then coast home I ., Vail regatta yesterday on the Cleary Hurls

Sam O. Johnson. Ray E. Dugan and Paul B. Barnes; also City Mgr. behind southpaw Tommy Hyde'sninehit Charles River. Big factor In winning over the
hurling to down St. Augustine % 1 The B. U. Sweepers. stroking'' G-Men by a 4 to 3 score.
Carleton F. JLiarpe, Chamber of Commerce Pres. Ed J. Bryan and ;; r' Palatka

Mgr. William V. Davenport: also Chief of Police John Reichert: and The, 6-2. the Senatorsthe 4----_ .-4g4; the mile and five-sixteenths upstream to The G-Men knotted the countat
victory gave in 7 minutes 46
City Publicity Director Pressly Phillips." There Is a lot of additional course three all in the sixth frame by
series two to :
three-game one
seconds finished a length and a
information and more fine-sounding paragraphs which must beomitted '; 12-3 virtue of Uo hits and two walks.
as the clubs divided a doubleheader : : half ahead of the Dartmouth eight. Victory

for lack of space. The communication ends with an "If there at Orlando Friday night. : The latter had a length on the In the seventh the Red Hats

is anything. I can do for you in the Sunshine City do not hesitate to The Senators bunched four hits ,.. I third-place Marietta crew and {Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] scored the winning run when

let me know." A beautifully] engraved card Is enclosed and Herb Is I I off Pitcher Jim Ketcher In the .. Rollins College Winter Park. Fla., 'I! PALATKA-Joe Cleary fanned Leeper's throw to first was wide

thereon given the. title of "Ambassador at Large" and extended the first round. Lybrand opened witha ; finished fourth and American International'last. 13 Leesburg Pirates and gave up I and Rosa scampered to third'

"courtesies of '.he Sunshine City" for 1047, etc. etc. Thanks! double and came home on Braziers t 1 eight hits to give the Azaleas a I on the play and scored on Cllo-

Now It sttms to us that the important part about all this II single. Bevil singled and both The regatta was held up for I I I 12-3. win over Mike Mihalik and I lek'i fly to left.
runners later scored when Throop
that hundreds of the leading writers and radio men. plus pUblishersand punched a single to center. I II more than an hour when the Bill Munch here last night I I Mel Sloan stellar centerfielderfor

editors from all over North America are being extended this $5'.1SL1U111UT1IULEL __' Boston University Junlor.Vanltlcrew the Red Hats, suffered a
The Senators will open a crucial "" !,i" The Pirates tallied two in the
treatment by SL Think of the good advertising I / ....., :A '' > .. :-rl yI crashed the stern of its i fractured
grand Petersburg two-gam series with the ;'" .f 1A b 4Th: .\Al b, Jaw in the first inning
je- > / !
I : I fourth homer with
St. Pete will ret: It is not yet too late for Orlando to share in this DeLand Red Hats now leadingthe .. .nj't ;z z : 'f.itIj .
big Outdoor Writers Convention. A delegation can come here. The league by one game at Conrad ;-;"* .....j J.H."it0i.iiif,., .i -.J4: ; : ..;.b
'management in.-fact is looking for some one who will bring the Held at DeLand at 3 p.m. I.: .:"-!I. .:'...,, ''*?'..;;. : ,,"; '>,>.-iW t '''..',..,.. ,,< .. the Rutgers "Jay-Vecs" In a dual run in the eighth on an error and 55,,)... IiS1Iske..f:: 55551l.ltkd

writers to Orlando! Who will help today with the clubs returningto .\.7 :,t.v.t+ ." ,j i' ;f Z". _.. -' race. two singles. : I I S I INslnart-e''lties.lt I 1 S 2 3Ik.Ib

Tinker Field for the second I The B. U. Varsity got away to The Azaleas got to Mihalik In' 15.1...,.. : : ; ; 4'l.le4.rf: : : : : : :

of the series at I MAKES IT LOOK EASY Turner national ski champion a fast start and. holding to the second inning for four runs ,........ liIoAtsss.35. IS I IKa'.I.
game p.m. : Katy water a .
Another letter and card arrives from the city of St. Augustine to and I I 1 I 'IM ....1... 4 e 1 S SlalptstJt
tether with tote: from John W. Dillin. executive secretary of the St. Monday night. flies through the air in perfect form during workout on comfortable 36 beat gradually there Cleary was in command from I I I 1 I W..r.1I.. S I I I '1
out. ,
Joe'Jones. youthful right-hand widened its lead until in sight of. on (G.:1I 151 1 iv..M t Isle
Augustine and St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce, stating InIart er, will probably draw the mound Miami Beach's Indian Lake. 1 the finish line where Dartmouthput I I: The red head fanned the side In I I.spar.P 5 5 I I 5 Rolb.p Nsdre.lr.f. I I I 1 I I S'S I !

: "This is to thank you for a very', very excellent column you assignment for Orlando today with on a futile finishing drive :i, the second and again In the eighth I 1 AI..... uClA

wrote about We it much that sent and kept the eight hits well scat- -----1
our county appreciate so we either Juan Perez or Oulllermo with terrific strokings.Marietta .
| Te4ala !I. 43711taiseasille
a copy of it to the St. Augustine Record and Radio Station WFOY Alongo getting the DeLand nod. Ruel! Has Hands Full TryingTo and Rollins College I tered.LEESSUI .. PALATIAabr (..l eeo ail a et .-a

both of which commented very favorably on It. In the event you are Ketcher was tough the rest of were rowing second and third until -. bpia? sb r bps. I\ KrranUaraiaa.<+m4 Kale. r-Ill_. Ill>l. let......-4.
this would the nine batsmen Dartmouth pulled ahead of 11..a 2 I S S I I.ssltss... 4 I 1 I I Alnw. MUM aalled la Ihilaaay 1. Ale, :
in area again, we enjoy having you visit the office. way. tanning : ** M.fMfa.
MlOllltluo.d t S I I l'lme.a..4 I I I 1 I "... ....,". ruaba -
The card from St. Augustine signed by among others, the Mayor and Issuing no free tickets to first Straighten Out BrowniesNEW them at about the mile-mark.I' C Ima..H IsiSV'Tbsslsdd.SbIiiIl 'I I "' .r a. KaerlrlCTa_... Itaubt. plan: Tharpaalala : liarda -

and Chief of Police, extends the "courtesies of the Ancient City" and but the Saints could not hit HydeIn Dartmouth was timed in 7:52, I J.be.ar.lf IlilsYme.lf.s 4Itl4S M Italaaay' la ta._; W.ddrll w Row;

states that the bearer is "entitled to all the privileges and courtesies" the pinches and left 10 men YORK [NEA] Among other things, Herold Ruel) Marietta in 8:04: Rollins in 8:05: 4.lspbll.lb",'''.If S S'I I 1 I I 1'1'I'ChI..W' _." I I I I 2 I I I S I 1 H.ROM...I.* .\eia Loft to.e U_Parea: c-: Me.. ,....l.t, aaw JMl.aa4 10

In scoring positions. Judy's dou- is singing "Why oh why did I ever leave Wyoming"Muddy and American International in Sl.emeb.lb I S II. s J\.I.. t 1 IS' : 1. Ban* a* balla I arT l*>ar T. B.sb a. Aloaa
which St. Augustine affords! Again thanks-and look what l lMIhaiIt.p
just St
ble and Ketcher's single was turn. : I II Wssl.s1s.; : : : : lsUtjf.: ; : : = : : :! L Itr.wk, mo. kyffvn t. Lab 1. Aloaw &
Rue) the old couldn't resist when his II I .. .
firehorse Hi. .
Augustine does to make folks like her! I I ...... Wf: Roik 1 I I/I 1..1. err Ataan* )*
fifth and .l I '
ed Into a run In the .It. I S I 1 .
Truly the Ancient City Is one of the most charming in North the Saints bunched three hits for friend Dick Muckerman asked him to leave the peace and 8.07..Kettles I M....... .I" S I II '_ 111 .Inalni Walk: Lreiirr 4 lilt Wlaalac br iHiehar pilcbar: ay: Atoa iare.rNasal. .atI

America; and the folks who,live there the salt of the earth! Any another tally In the sixth with serenity of the baseball commissioner's office to manage Bests Tatali M ----1 1 11111 I Talali -n-II11- tT-lA 'natrta: Wi..... MebleT. Time of |.... I'M.

Thomases should and for : -raa*:4 far Mahollk, la Ha.Uaakarg 1
doubting over themselves. St. Anguttlne
go see the -
Hughes single sending home -- .
the Browns. I .aos MS IllS
Improves with the passing years, as Joe Cawthon will Palatka __ _._ S41 301 S4i-ISErron Old Cleveland
testify. tally.The Senator picked a tallyin And the only thing Ruel is sure 1 .i: Daytona 6-5 Bldiewiy .. D..... ('..ttb l. With-
up .
(Bite*. u...... Clear. TMoboM. Bone batted
the fifth when Brariel's single of now Is that being an assistantto I Baseball Star Dies
tMB.: [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] II.: Clearr I. Lamr... -. Tbeobold Cams-
From ) Florida's drove Lybrand home. In the 30 Browns Is a much harder : bell S. Teonrf 3. Govmia... Ikapolea .. Two \buehit. i
Marco Happy Fishing Grounds, Commodore E. F. SANFORD : "
"Goose" Kettles '
: Tnwaff I. >aDolca. Boaaa suns: CamaWlt CLEVELAND: [rAP 'HandsomeHarry"
"Woodle" Woodall of the famous Marco Island inn. advises that ninth, Orlando added two more Job than being the assistant of big Celery Fed righthander pitched Stair baMa: Laatraa. Saertflcaa. DsmcaNs. .
......._ I Bemis one of big leaguebaseball's
tallies with the aid of two $L Cairo Double plan. Good t* GOTlab. -
"this weekend we have some ten or 12 people from Orlando" and one baseball commissioner even PLOftlDA STATE LEAGUE masterful ball and turned In a .. Ixift on baiee: Leekburf 13. nUlka lUBaaa
states that "tho Orlando delegations have been catching plenty of Augustine errors and singles by one who says the wrong thing as TI5. W L Tat '''IT... W L Pat IkDrLan4 6 to 5 ten inning victory over the eo ball err: Mihalik I. Claary\ I. Munch I early stars and a famed
J4 14 lU f 1 1* .111 4Orlaitfa
fish!I" Ha also describes fishing prospects thusly: "The change of McCullongh the frame Abreu and Abren.and During Wilson often as Happy Chandler. 24 I IS :MM I I ISanfoM iGalnna KM :4IT IH Daytona Beach Islets here last 3.err Struck MihaUk euf la Bf T Innlnn Mihalik I.S S.. Bum Clrary off 13.Munch Hits I catcher on the old Cleveland Naps.

Sc Aw. Stlf M4 mralatka 14 1.1.11' night. I In I innltu S.4 run*. Hit by pitcher: B. Miballk Is dead.
tides It&rttnr'the first of the week should make fishing top hold. batted out of turn but the __ Walter Johnson's battery limburt 20 11 .151. 'IDavtaB. K Zl .213 IIKatulta Gonml. Wild "I II..: 101..... Pa-ad
Snook have run very well the past few weeks and very large too. The Saints failed to make a protest. partner Is putting up a brave Yntarday Kettles scattered the nine Islander ballaTonroff. Winning *.1Ch.! ... dean; laaiasttcbrr The 72-year-old Bemis who
.. '
ORLANDO St Augustine 3DcLand bin lIes effectively over Belbrek and BotU. once performed with such old-
MihaUk. Lmptree.;
largest being 27 pounds and the about 20 Otherwise the last two front but it's easy to see that I
average, pounds. runs 4. OtlneiYllli 3. I the ten frame route while giving THaI af earn. I.IS.: timers as Cy Young,George Stovall
he ia unhappy Chandler in Sanford e. Dajton Beach i (10 Ionian.
as as
Woodle continues "As from eould have been avoided.
: you can see record. we have led I
Palatka 12, Lee.burl 3. up two free tickets and and Nick Clark died Friday at his
Florida Tarpon Tournaments all year. There is a change of leader Lybrand with a double and sin his new and strange surround TMUy'a" 0......
striking out seven. Eustis Slates home some 20 after he
gle and Braziel with two singles ings. It is just as well that Bud) ORLANDO at Deland. years
ship now with Mr. Hubbard of Miami Beach showing the at 160 ,
way is lawyer. It will take of I PaUtka at Daytona B arh. Martin Zuba pasted one of GlenMorton' shucked off "his last professional
IDS. Mrs. Round running second at 140 lbs. I do not think the 140-lb. paced Orlando's nine-hit attack. a one Leeiburr at Sanford southpaw offerings over Miniature Races uniform.Baseball's.
I The Saints punched out 10 blows. the Philadelphia variety to St. Autuatin at GalncarUle
mark will stanl up but believe 160 will come close .to running one. I ISLANDS IT. AVIVITlIIIr. straighten out the Brownies. j I the head of Rightfielder Henry

two three In the" yearly competition. And eon there are some bigger I NM.!''Jud.D sbr btjbrs.&n : ; NATIONAL LEAGUE Filipskl in the second canto and 1spec tOl! ti! The Sunday Sentinel-Storl
Taaai W L Pat GklTaaai W L rM 6kN
ones just waltlzg for the right man to come get them! Do come to .raelalrfMannlni t 4 S 1 3 I 1 t S'A.d.tiwN' ,4 t I S I I t 24 Ruel! has the stock explanations TeeN 14 11 171 I Irutaburia 11 11 MM Irhleaio the ball rolled to the fence for a : EUSTIS W. T. Thomas Jr. t Big Six 1,

Marco Island Inn soon." .IkTelali I I I iK.t.tI..Ib 5 5 I S II for an outfit that Is going badly. I IT 11 :SIT iPhiladel'a K IT :m HiBmtaa four ply blow Jerry Silverman i of Daytona Beach will try to better
'I I ..ft.If t I I I 'IWIIk.L2b I I 1 1 I'' IT 14 .34. UinarlauU It 11 .<:U 4Broofclrm TBy The AssocIated! Press
"We In the of
Folk*-Man* Island Inn Is the finest place to fish in all Florida! Iec.ftgh.Ib t I I I t PIIdr.d'' 4 I I I 1 are process re. II 14 513 |tt. Uxiia It It .1(71 was resting on first when Zuba I his world's speed record of (n... ...... la aaak feline" )
'J'h.of t. I I I K.rpl..IIt.1I I I 1 I I building.. There is nothing wrong I Maxilla Yaatortfar blasted the blow. 120.32 miles per hour in a Statewide S Al I H PetIt
Tho dozens of Orlando anglers who are going there regularly show A......., 4 I I I S ItIIwsH.e! .. 4 S I II I. with us that a few base hits won't Philadelphia 4. Brooklyn 3. I The locals scored the winning miniature car race meet at w.Ikar. .11I1.. IM 11 4* .111
themselves to be the smartest fishermen in the State. May their wl.n N I I l' S H..1f 4 I I I Ia t Cincinnati 8. Chlrato 0. MoQul-. TakMMlu M et 1* 341S
I ,..... 44I12K.ub.r.p, 41212 cure, etc. Boston 3. New York 2 (nUht I tally with one away in the tenth. the municipal track here today. I Gloss II II U Mtl .11.
good lock continue; and also good luck for Commodore Woodall. 1 Lack of early foot on the part Fltuburih at St. Loul,. pod. rala I Don Ricketson drew a walk was Thomas set the record Feb. 22 I w.llla. Tlimmillaier. IM K II .
,.;r it-i iT, _.
31OSLANDO T.IIS I Todar'a' Ga ,
RraeUMiiwa. la *
13 1* 44 usUl
rr AIQ __ __ of the St. Louis, Americans is Probable pltehrri: (won and lost rtrordi : sacrificed to second by Silverman at the Eustis track with a racer .... II II 11 21 .
Navy Ortixt ____ ____- lei III .t-t traceable to the failure of Stephens. la parenthtitD: I and scored on an error by Bodner. I and engine he designed and made. I lees aria*' I.
Hands, Army Nine ECF Officials I St. Aaiwtiite __ let lit\ see-sErren Heath Judnich and Ber- Philadelphia at Brooklyn-Manner (0-0) BAVTONA StACK SANOD'Meorsb.lI '! Approximately 75 entrants are expected lI.tl... ... Laefve Aaiarlea l.....
: Wtlm I. Kiirtntkl.' Aaitanea S. TI Batten I4-1I. I TerM i> Bratea 1! WIIII.B. Bad I. N
..... B... kat4 I*: Braltal I. 1"I.. ardino to hit a lick. At the moment New York .t Boston (2)-Koslo (3-D ak r k aa at ak r k aa a I for today's race. A numberof 'M.... Qlaaie M Ktllar. Tinkaea Jl
First Loss in 8.4: Tilt AD4..I. Huihaa.. Twa-baM kluLarkraad.' and Hartunc (2-0 Ti. Sun (3-31) and 4 1 I I ei Brraai.aa 4 I s S S Manhall. (ilIA.) ?kMMMilr.. Ttklu IIIoIc a*
Meet Next they are batting .221 JOS. Taader.lk Sill I I I I S trophies are being offered by
aMeMaaiia.I| -
SundaySpecial i .. (... Han
dT S Ketrkec. Lift a* b. : St. Aaiuatl Cooper (111.ClnclDnaU .:
WEST POINT (AP) Ronald I.. Oriiada I. BaM a* >. ....: art 5,1. S. .237 and .127. respectively. That at Chicaio-Ptterxm (I..> TI _..,...1f I I I 1 *|nrM,.rf 1 I I I IHra the Eustis Model Club sponsorsof / Nalleeal l.....: Aaiarltae) l..... ,
[ The Sunday SenlineUStar] Minrk eui; k, Ktlrher t. Hyde I. I'.,1...: gives these stalwarts a collective Borowy C31I.ptttaburill. > 4ae4 Sl.aieir| 4 S S I SHhilM.Ib the meet. The races will beginat Mite flliaii It Mllilaeti\ led .oi IITafiean
I. 1 S 4 I I I '
Burton, Lee Angeles Junior heldArmy's c aafw a4 Lmlr. TI. *f ....: 1:M. at St Louli-Bahr (3-1 er tilllrkfiioaif. S *. Hrataf I ...11_. Taiikeae ":5
of .197. which has made .III..I.1f S S 1 S 111111..1. S I II' Slinde. 10 ...
average am.
NEW (1-21 HearD I. .
SMYRNA BEACH Sec- SeweU 12-1 TI Brail or ,. Miller I(;"eda> ladlaae vf
hitherto und.eafeated base- aa IIS1SI1..Zs 41111
the Browns what (2-0). .
they are of S S 1 S *IS baa S 1 1 I talTM
Treas. H. A. Schublger of the I leranf..d.
ban team to fin hits yesterday, Fletcher Motors undisputed occupants of the AMIIIICAN LEAGUE: ,;( altof 1 S S S SKettla:| ., 4 S t t STatala

enabling Navy to score an 8 to 4 East Central :Florida Officials cellar. T... W L Pat CkTaa| W L Pet kDetroit M,4.a.p 1..1

upset victory in a loosely played Assn. has called a meeting of all Trims Waverly 5-3 Ruel's reconstruction program BOMB IT II II 11 .Ul... H 'IPhll IChleafe.d.la II 1111 IT .IIS(II .4%(* I 41 S "" U| Tel.... I J. t II11GWMBdod

game In which Glenn Davis with I'I members of the association for 3 resulted In the sale of Mark |Demand 1111 Mil l Kaahlaia; 1111 41TITark I A .. out far Cran'or la ....
..- --- pjn. next Sunday at DeLand highschool. [Special to Th. Sunday Sentinel-Star] Christman to the Senators and (N II 14 :III lV YeeterdayNrw 1 t. l-mil. U II :.351 IMetulta | | Beach out abel wlnnlai) 1XSSSSSSI ma araml .

WAVERLY Jack McCollum to the Athletics.Muddy 1.1.-0. 1ISSSS1SS
Chet Tork S. Boat on 0
Brvant t. !...... Uerta. 11_. Me-
I I Schubiger said plans would be poled a triple with bases loaded didn't want them around Washington S. Philadelphia. I. ..... ballad to- hll.) .. rlu.."". Lake.

made at the meeting for officials and. two out In the 13tt Inning because he wanted to look at Detroit Only tame S. Chicago aehedulrd 4 ). I 1 i XvHa t :::' *"BrIr.: Baaraar; tw. baaa "hit.:
Intending to officiate football to give Fletcher Motors of Orlando fellows.Bespectacled T4aya 6a.ee MeOrmtk. baM ma. Zeta; atelenkaa
younger .......... .. ..d feet _ole raaaraatliMM .a: BrraM. Boanar, eaerrrtaM: Mann.. Cuba.Lake .
games this Fan and urged a full a 5-3 decision over the strong Bob Dillinger has ).lldwn: ( ; ....... plsn: Bride I* Mdl....; left en
Waverly softball team here last .tame: Diyfoaa n-seN 4. Sanford II; Sew m
attendance come through splendidly at third Boson at New York-Hufhaoa (2-2) TI
I, bakE Off Mortoa. S. CaMlaa |: alfwt sad: BrUonn
I night. base and as lead-off man. and "hleaaY at) Detroit (21)-Lee (2-1) and S. KMtlra I: bIt by llekwi By Marla -
OWe Barker, on the mound for outfielder Ray Coleman. up from I' LopAt (2-4) TI Newhouaer (3-5) and WhitelOt ; II.).). lla *lraa: Aa>U a4 OaMck. lIme
two singles was the only West I vf same: 1:M.FSL .
the all-star from Orlando
( .
San Antonio. has turned out CAMERA
w Pointer to cause him serious trou- St. Loull at Cleveland (Jt-Kramer (3-2) SUPPLIES
three-hit ball and
pitched be a long ball hitter. and Pannla (1-2).TI Black (3-3 and Era-
I.MsFIistFi ble.Army' struck out 19 Waverly batters. I It wasn't until Jerry Witte, IIr... CJ31.W..hla.to.. I I Roster Changes I
entered the game with a The Orlandoans scored single at Philadelphia (2V Wynn
Boits Glides record of 15 victories and one tie. I the home run manufacturer (3-3 and Maiteraoa (3-2 TI Floret (2-4) fSpecwl to The Sunday Sentinel-Stor] DARK ROOM SUPPLIES
runs In the third and fourth Innings brought in from Toledo, tight- and Coleman (0-2). ,
had 13 victories four
Navy and before Waverly scored twiceIn i OCALA-Florida State LUlu bradeuar-
*Yiad Tickle defeats before downing its traditional ened up. however, that Ruel t{ LAKE.OIIANGE LEAGUE len last night announced the ollowlnt
the last of the ninth to send made what he considers his finest Team W L Pet.1 I W L Pet. club player CeltiC Chablis reported durIni FLASH EQUIPMENT
in the sweetest of all Into five overtime innings. Junior to date. Mt. Dora 7 1 ITS Clermont 4 4 .500 I the dayORLANDO.
triumphs. discovery t Zellwood < 2 .ISOWInterPk 4 4 SOO : Returned rookie JimM UeCullouih .
Davis allowed Orlando 14 hits. 'With Walt Judnich shifted to \Winter Or* S 3 8J5 Ocoee 3 S JTS: to the active list placed outfielder -
... ...... ........ ..
Score 2SITaTerea 2 1 .2V: disabled 1UU nn.mnn "
by Innings: first base the left-hand hitting1 Apopki" I 3 I John Garrison on the d'
Umatllla 4 4 .SOOIEuitU 0 5 .000 and dined rookie James Wilson on fin
A Good Place To Fish Orlando' 001100 000 000 3-5 14 3
and throwing Paul Lehner got the Today'a' GameS dai trial :I Enjoy Evenings at Home :
OAKLAND Waverly 000 000 002 000 0-2 3 3 chance to give Ruel the impres- I I Wlntrr Garden at Clermont.Mt. DAYTONA BEACH: : Blined veteran Joe ,
Dora at Apopka. Bodoer to Ita actlre roeter and released
Batteries Barker and
: Henry; sion that he has a superior new Ocoel at UmatlllaTavarei rook). Charles MlzeLEE8BURO. .

FISHING DOCK Davis -and Kltka. edition of Paul Waner. I' winter Park at Zellwood at Euitla.OUTHIRN ) : : R.leaied reokle Herbert H.Rhodei :[ Rent a Movie Film TodayHEIM'S :

"Oa Lab Apopka- COLLIDE SASIBAU.Rollins Lehner sounds like Waxier ASSOCIATION I PALATKA' R I>aied rookie, ArmandoValdea ,................................,.
I to Welt Palm Beach releaaed rookie
BoatJBcdtMotorlI ..
1an.a f-2. and this kid is faster and hasa Team W L Pet 1 Team W I Pet. Joeeph) flylyeiterLZAQUK .
5321.McO.FtO I Gramlinf. Men Oakland. ITa.y Navy Viltanva I Armx 12. Oar 4. *.**.... (. better arm than Bit Poison. N. Orleans 2113 .6751'M.mphls 1520 429 NOTES: PresIdent Al Comba
' ..._ Mobile J41I 800'NaihTt' 141 424Chattaaa fined infielder 1 Karl Campbell.' Leeebur CAMERA SHOP
Otttyaburt 6 Dicl. 4.W.ry.nII i
He specializes in standupandcheer : 24 :400
22 II 550 Blrmlnt m IS for his conduct and laniuaie at DoiandTueaday
...11-4 Cornell S.LPrInct catches. i. Atlanta 30 1* .!513:L. Rack 15 24 JISeauHa atOlL Combe alao announced
s. Dartmouth 1. .
1825 Dr. Phone 2-1743
YaaterelayNew that Inasmuch ai Dartona Beach did not Edgewater
Amtzfoj' new The chunky Lehner is strictly Orleans at Blnnlniham. ..,d.. wet follow leaiue rules in protesting Its loss
transportafh* troundi to OalnciTllle .( Mar 20 It would Bet be
I AIRCONDITIONEDWhy a product of the military. A naI I[ Only tame arheduled allowedHe .
tin of Dolomite. Ala.. be did not added that he had ruled QaineiTtlU
swelter when getting INTKMNATIONAL LEAGUE ilx-lnnlni 12 t. 0 decision over Deland
play ball In high school or on L Pet .,."
THE a haircut shave? Team W L PetTeam W on Friday nIght ai no COllt. It was
i the sandlots. his only experience Jersey C II 12 ROOIRocheiter 16 II 500Montreal called off when'the Sights failed with the
U U :593!Baltimore: 15 IS :414 count two balls and eve strikes an the
; EOLA BARBER SHOPA. being on service clubs. .Smack Newark IS 13 552Buffalo| 12 17 .414 first Deland batter I. the seventh and
L. Dickinson Prop. dab out ot the Army last Spring, Srraeui 12 11 5221Toronto 11 20 ..355Smult. Combs ordered It U be alerted at that
II Ya* raay point when the tw* clubs next meet InOalnaiTllle
22 E. Washington St. and with no training he got In Buffalo) 10-0. Montreal -1.. on June 4. and continued
J1IZ1 144 games with Toledo batted Rochester 12. Toronto 21. through nine Innlnn or to a decision.:
I .217. 30 doubles eight triples and Newark Baltimore 12.10.Syracuse Jersey 6 City. 1.

10 homers, contributing toward I '

MOTORMakes Be sure to visit 75 runs-batted-in. : Tea SOUTH W. L-ATLANTIC Pet.ITaaai LIAIUE W. L. Pet
Dad will the Gift "
Peanuts Lehner is one of the Calvaibua 14 II .lee,Maeea II II 4TS Appreciate
mighty few bright spots In. a' ,...._.tII. II IT SSI('lIarl.._ 1* tl .4ISaaawta

Bike a ORANGEFISHING rather dismal Brown's picture. I.. 11..._.. 11 11 1 II* .Ml.IU;(OreeTlle sI..")|. IT II It 11 .431 4MReaiKti (even though he pays for it)

your As Muddy Ruel points out. the YetterlaiT. -

.. LODGE Browns haven't yet fallen too far I C..I.. II AafMia. Mam 4.J.rIjis.iIIs .4. so, by all means give him

out of it. but that easily could be ...tanaa. I. ('...._ 1.CkarlMinei .
\ 'Afoft, Bike LOCATED ON LAKE only because they. haven't had ) at Oraaartlla. aaalaaiiail rala. something he can use!

i APOPKA BETWEEN eaulta Yesterday. Belts ..__...__.---...$150 to $ 5.00 '
Here'i LouliTllle 7. Toledo 3.
dependable door-to-door
transportation for everyone. A COEE AND APOPKAHers O'Brien Trips NewmanIn 81.Indlanapolia Paul 12. Milwaukee 10. Columbus 2. 2. Socks .............__.__ .50 to 1.00

Dew Whizzes motor (eanly installed in a boutlful settinf of palms Practice Contest Minneapolis 16. Kauai City 4. Neckties __..__._ 1.00 to ;00 .
OQ any balloon-tired bike) U a Lodge that will excite every
pi will carry you wherever you want fisherman heart. No expense has O'Brien Pharmacy of the city I FLORIDA aaulta INTERNATIONAL: Yeatarday LEAGUE Bill Folds ...___.._.__ 2.50 to 9.00 plus tax
to go. Whiner is precision- been spared to provide the newest class A softball league defeated Miami Beach 3. West Palm Beach 1.
engineered trouble-free and best la modern facilities and Newman Insurance of the B n Lauderdale 7. Miami 8I Pajamas .....__.._... 3.50Light to 10.00 .,"
I 125 mile equipment. Yet prices are reason I 5. St. Peteraburi 1 (14 innings).
4- OrflOrepergalian! S to 35 miles able. Hers are just a few of the league 8-3. in 14 innings in a 1 1I I I Tampa HaTana ... Lakeland 4. weight Robes .. 8.95 to 14.95

_ per hour! Powerful? Yes indeed many attractions available: I practice game at Exposition Park I I j

takes the hills eae3y! Open up 0 EXCELLENT FISHING last night lye runs on three hits I' Navy 7, Army COLLEGE' 2. GOLF I Sport Shirts, .e-

new avenues of adventure with two errors and a stolen base in :1 |_. .tat. 1*. Miaa jn U. .. long sleeves 3.95 to 10.00
your Whiuul 0 NEW BOATS AND MOTORS the last of the 14th frame did COLLEGE .TRACK I --
M..klsobscs 74. Tam l* 12-
C EXPERIENCED the damage. Cashwell got two warthmora IJ.I.t.. JaM ,,'. (Phil.) Sport Shirts,
Koa.,. mounted I. original bicycle frame-vies erlr.isi.1 *beel levels GUIDES Gould for' '
doubles and a triple "-1I /"
was built for-cuirdi against broken fork*, 0 NEW -- j short sleeves .;._.. 2.95 to 5.95
Ws arc helplat I,ople finance the every day for as little as (III per TACKLE O'Brien. II I
month. Delivered complete Installed by factory trained mechanic o. new 0 NEW ULTRA-MODERN Newman I Monogram Toilet Sets 2.00 to 6.00 plus taxMan .
Roefad standard bleycl. at tit).M. Ins. 020 000 000 001 00-3 8 I ATTENTION FISHERMEN Manhattan
O'Brien'sPhar The Restaurant at Johnson's Flabt.gCamp
SEE IT NOW! BUY IT TODAY ATWYCU'OFF'S WITH ALL-ELECTRIC 020 000 000 00' 05-8 10 on Lake Apopka Is now opeaI Toilet Set ____.. 2.00 to 5.00 plus tax .
U A.M. for breakfast. New Manvmeat. -
KITCHENS Ornberg and Hendrix Hanson
TUXEDO FEED ., Lnnches to take ..L Picnic Dress Shirts-Van Heusen,
and Gould. boxes for Ftshlnr Tackle.
0 NEW RESTAURANT Ire rent. "
Cold drinks and berv PBM Apopka Wilson, Jason .... 3.95 to 5.00

AND HARDWAREAuthorized 0 NEW PACKAGE STORE U.COLLEGE*. lwa T5NWIM.55rI SUI 1. 1744. Collar & Tie Sets ___ 1.00 to 5.00 plus tax 1

Dealer 0 NEW BAR -

"Where Merchandise Mores" 0 PAVED ROADS INSIDE I JACKSON'S! SPORT SHOP : '

Words deal. do our place Justice, but 21 L Church St. "SioaewsIT Jsckton, Owner ,..... 7044 I.
Handlebar Baskets L K* to believe. Frankly we ; Io4hic '
2524 S. Kuhl Ave. Phone 2.2821 doubt U there is a nicer place of I 20% DISCOUNT n-fATr Sop 10% DISCOUNT 1. -- ..: ---
Reg. $1.69Special I its kind In the U. S. Stop by and -:::
99c se. us Wsll bo. glad b show you II On All Wilson per Bk ci a, Pods On All Standard
around. I I Sporting Goods and oasis Bicycles II _206 N: Orange Ave.j .

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10 Ct t.&unbau; &ttttttttl.&tar Orlando, Florida, May 25, 1947 I Stocks Close

CtflTRARIDSI [ I Closing Stock Quotations II IIMd.

I .. 0... L_ CIsieAIaskaJ'5'&s Nd.. D L_ Good Week On

LakeOrangeEnds I Retains 'Bev/7 Braziel/ Pace Week'sFSL ... 4 4" 4" 4" Lackh55d. Abc .... I 11', 33"

Delaney All.gh. IOFP .. I J" li 1% Lo.w'.Ise .. ..... 4 10" 20"Kak I
I 141. ... I % U
3 3
I Aleno in Lead Alb-: .. : : : 3: "r" .. I 47" 4i3 "'I IMory Sluggish Note
First Hitting; Am C.bls A .iti % I (RHJ) ...... 1 3% 1" 11''
: as' Mine. .. 4 .
: '
[Special The Sentinel-Star : : .l'1 ; .::: 15% .: 15Am I "snb.n 11"1u4 a... t 2 U UWatll DOW-JONl. AVERAQI. ,

Softball Title ,i t S .:::: : :g% :g% (01.1 .... T 1' 1% 1' New YORK. Circuit SwingThe I SILVER SPRINGS- Alenothe Florida State A. Pow : % % : :1.n, Pet .. .. I 55\ 555" Ite.. Oasis High L Cloee.
'I Rad 0 1 % 13% Ward 0 J I. 154.90 157.11 1M' .tk
League's most widely discussed player continued to lead :: RI1 ...::: : :% 3434 : I IAm :o.t..Corp .....' 1 5' 51 10' 2 Kail 42.M 42.17 42.81 42.SS

10 clubs of tte amateur Delaney's defending champions the circuit end of its fifth week of play but three loop By HANLEY fOGUE Tel .. Tel.. I In li' 165 MU" IC' 10' I OS Sfki Utita 31.1 n.1. 1103 .3.10 e'..1
League athe A'.T.bR .. .. T 58" 55A' .*.. J 15Nat 1.7 S.1 e'1.1
Lake-Orange complete undefeated in two years of compe- THE N.b-K.hl." 1" 1 lends

their first swing around the circuit tition. captured its second straight !,|I i managers hot on his trail, and one of Leesburg's QUESTION Aa "nn1es" "h....... 2.4 15' 1' 1'I Alrto.es"Iit ....... 2 2 I' 1' 2'1254ltst : .tend __-__._h .11.. e It CI._
52" ..
the ball to remain within What do you think of the City ... l' 55 J ...... 1' I le Kail n __.._-__ ? off *..
today with the day's top battles i City Grade School Softball Championship -,,I several sluggers kept pounding A.aeosds 0. .... % 55 SatCaslsReg 3 5' 51 2nd Matt _.___..__ _. t7.'3 .
slated for Clermont and Friday night at Exposition striking distance. of Orlando Installing parking Armour A C .. T 10f 10' 10% I S.11. Prod .. 1 2Q" 29' 2'f. 1* Utilt ________--_ .I '.0'
< Aids T J .... I 1534 .17.7.
meters in Its downtown business 7' 7 7, 11' It lids. ,__ __ eh.Transaction .
Apopka. Tom Cooley's league Park by defeating Hillcrest Official figures released at with Hoag tying the batting ace. At Cosat Ln. ..... 2 41 41 1 I asi ( YPSU' ... 2. 1534 1" 1" I In stacks n In avcraeetyesterday ..
section? ...
i 3 .. ut
Mount 22" 22" bat I.d.. 5 273 27" 3734N& ,
pacers. once-beaten Dora. 'league headquarters here yesterday Cr 22J : Industrial. 1*
.0 r.il.1.
83.It each with 36 at midnight Thurs Editor's note This I Pow I J. ... 2 11 I. 1' vtilitie*, S.2OO total,
will invade Apopka and Jim was the second straight title revealed Aleno with .healthy'I : is the sec Bold L..... J 1. 1'% 17% ?4ehi c.rp ..... 1 1, % 10541espnrt -ft*. H.4.

Mobley's nine visits Clermont fora and game for Aubine Batts' young- .408 at midnight Thursday. Leesburg's ond in a series of answers to this llOl. ... 15. $7' 11. Isduat I 25" 25"

tussle with Jerry sters. The Delaney team day.The hami question asked in towns surrounding ,..1 01 ... 5 :n. U% U*, !Y (.c.trsl R R..U 1' 1% 1.t MARKETS AT A GLANCE
week .
Mon1.sora'sl, dropped Doug Johnson picked up .I Te brought one ( 11 Ai. .... 1 1" "; Y nl A p8.. 1 1 New Yerfc

Hilltoppers. Hillcrest by an 8-5 score in their during the week while Aleno pionship" after another for Orlando i .. 10.' ... 2 2'" 2' 24s, J. A.Aial.ns .... I ." 7" 7"! STOCKS: Irroulart ortee chan*** .
game .
pint i B.th ... 1 79 79 ... T 2' 24' 2'%
Leon Sheppard will probablyuse first meeting last Wednesday. second with .388. THE N.rb .m.r C .
24. and ANSWERS ...
was Blaw-Esa. I I'
.. I"Ril 2 ) for
i the race remained tight .' % Sor.e. .. 1 I 1" 11 BONDS: 1.r .11" demand
tubber.arm Jim Mahaffey Orlando manager, tUgh-I Frank Airplsos .... 15 o
'as the Fern City's opponent for !>; MRS. FLIPP1N WINS Lu Bev. at bat and jumped :out. Orlando and Reardon service station Co ..... '1' 1t.11 4i75g.Wer 01.1.00 ....... .. 4 2'I I'" 1"Om.ih. r..I. : Firm now _tr.e
operator Sanford-Orlando High 2 .. .. 2 574 534 .t,_..
PHILADELPHIA t A P J Mrs. ... 41 Corp .
Cecil Barks. Coole, ,. probable into third place with .fine .370, I the best showing, each winningfive way: B.if Aln ..... I I' 5. 5. r

starter. At Clermont Jack Gaines Harrison Flippin dethroned Mrs. while Mynl Hoag. 'out of seven Sanford find St.I -I have been able find Bi... Mfg ...... 1 32 32 32 Pscfls.13e4... 2 35" 35' 35" CHICAGO
Dorothy Germain Porter yesterday GainesUe to I "ud" Cr ... ..... 5 10'4 10 10" PseTsa87on. ..... I 4 5% 5" WHEAT rirm: ram ..sauthw.t.
will take the mound with Mobley who led the I Augustine won four of seven. while a parking place in Orlando Mills' ... ".
Philadelphia women's golf pilot 118. near BurIi.g 15 .% II81r r.tut M.for .. 20 5". 51 5"Pa CORN: Strene: oood cash cram d".
himself probably furnishing him as moved up to .fifth place I DLd and Daytona copped three I where I want to transact business, Add Mock ... 5 n 1l 1% Am Air.ln.. 5 10'. 10\, OATS: Firm with corn strength
champion. Mrs. Flippin regainedthe 1, Pars' Petre, ...10 2434 2834 I HOGS: Nominally sttady.
opposition. ; she held in 1036 and :. .359. Buddy Lake. Sanford manager seven. Palatka and ', and when I do i r.ll11. 7.1.0 .. 5 2' 234 2' PskVIahCoaM.. 1 214 2" ', CATTLE: Nominally .lld,.

Umatilla will probably send crown and runner-up last year, a Gainesville seemed unable to cope find a place t r. 1h r ...1 J4. 11 1 PAi". )ft.. .... 5 10% 10" 10" i

Maxwell to the hill to oppose! 1939 with a 19-hole triumph over | improved his mark and .I I with the leaders. winning only put my car Paelfe ...... 101 '. ...., JCI .. J 40..0 40P.ss.C.i,1 NEW YORK rAP After its

Ocoee's Vickery on the Lake';, the Philmont Country Club north .347 for eighth place. two out of seven fo thei worst :I': cops make me Case Cla(5... II) .C...... 1 I 1J. 35t 51.' P..-BR Air........ I 2 II" ." .I% best recovery week since Febra.

Countlans' diamond wNle Ed Doss course. I .Coming up with 16 hits in 28 of the year. move. I probably I ., d. .. .. .. 30" 305k 3' Pep.l.CnIa ......... .5 3' % 3 the stock market

will probably be Tavrires choiceas Orlando's Ty Brariel made' week Al Combs handing I'I spent $7,000 "r.I..T.d. Pm....... 2 2 451 1" Ul 43 Ul Pltn Charles limIts I..Ce... 5 I 31'.1 I I in a narrowly irregular and slug
trp. 3'f 38'
they invade Zellwjod., Jimmy starter for Eustis as they play host single week advance down of fines against seven men. : there last year ('hllOP&Pss... I $34 45' 54"hrser Phillips P' ...... J 55. 53'rr..ed gish performance with dealingsthe

Davis is the probable Mudhen to Winter Park who will probably I of the season moving up from a I including a club president. served .i and if they hadparking 4, 1 T$ Fonos Corp ... 20 5.8 39 9f 97" III C.r .... 1 10l, 10l 23'10l. slowest in three years.
I % 35% Pub N 3 1 2525' and
choice. George Bacon :A: the likely employ Leroy Browning.! weak .266 of last week to an imposing I I notice again that he Intends to be meters I Coco4Iola ....:::::: 2 I 5234 $52 15234 Pullms.. ........ 4 5ll 561 56% Art pivotals amount of .Sca

right behind the firm and back his umpires to the'utmot ', where I could ('.Ig.te-Palm-P: : 3934 !, ... ... 2 25" 25'.
:: i iI Pe
.22. find a place for I I4'4 )'.jpl A It .::::: 14', ::% I: SRsd.oCorp from the start of the short pro

leaders. I I was the first time that'1: my car without ('.01 42 A' ?.::::: Is I 10% *034 1O* i i : ...."::: 36 5 7 13 SRadioKesthflv'pk I IRemiftl ceedings but many issues limped
I I For the first time this year a was set down for : 374. 3734 31l 24 I 1134 %
walking a mile I I Corn! c.i ,. 1 .. 5 27siRepub slightly lower Jt was
Major League Averages ] .. 22'4 22'4 22r..lh Rand 2' 21' int trtr.
Or '
I league record was verbally assaulting a loop umpire. ; would spend Reardon I P'.1is .. 1 29 2s' 21\ A" ... .. I 4' 45Repsb final sion until

lando's 20 to 0 decision over Pa- Jack Bumgarner's 10 game I I .m'wlth South 4 2% 2' 2' I Steel, ....l' 2% 2' 24' next October and boardrooms, as
(11 srl, twla* Inemda TUT ,.-. pl....l M.r fl> IRararoe I......... .._ lay. AMRie 1C48UC ClU. BATTING I NATIONAL LCA6UE CLUS BATTING o ters are the the problem r. G. .... 42% lob B .. 2 311 I 3534Islewsy well as the Exchange floor were
dun S At K H 2k Sk nr rai ik Tt. Clak I A* M H fl1b5.rII. .* .... shut-out ever administered in ended Wednesday when he' in cas V"I.. ...... I 23' 1' 1' I sparsely Transfers of
.CklnfO 1* MI M !37" I 9 14 SJ .5A! ST.k 281$4131254411311121 8.111 league history. .Worst previouswhitewash i dropped his third decision of the : 1(.' Ret ...... 1 U% % Snres ...... t 21" I% 21' 1 1IhOle. 230.000 ppulate. with
Cl_land !1 T7. M ,.e.s 81* M 8 .ii! & lao 3. MI I4T m 41' 8 II lIT 11 til I .. r. ........ J 371 37" nuti ..... 37 21' 21..'
Bite I* iaa iw :It II M 1J' 8 .?l1 Mia. II 1M. IM Ml t! 4 II IM 11 .!ST was SL AURstine's 19 year. Pitching leaders by cubs Ralph Vincent equipment me r.n' 11..'. .... 5 7o 37'7' u. n.. ..... 3' 52" ,6'1 980.000 a week ago and were thei
5*. Txk IT 87. GT51I5S I" ta 1 .!4PMla. rhtrig* t9 101 111 tll.* J 1* !'* I ,74 to. 0 win over on Aprl were: DeLand: Perez. 7-3 : ''C Each..8. ...1.30 52 52 52 Servel Inc ..... I 13 10' i I smallest since May 13, 1944. Theweek's
M 9T1 11' MT M 69 111 6 ..JHWaihtngtae "reoklra II IJJ lit 14* 41 I II 11* I .K I chanic. Sanford: r.n. C. ....... 2 2934 29 29 Oil .... 1 2'' 2534 I
n 111 .l ta* M 8 8 IJ.* .?44 Pltukwgb it IM It* '" 70 'tl 111 I .IU ,.' 29. 1941. I 42. Roth 3-1. Gardner 31.Gainesville. .: I' "1 think parking meters are the I heel .. .. 3 25' 25 25 Ihel. .Iai 01 .... 11 251 1' 1454Paw.asy.Vse.is aggregate ''a 5,657.270shares
TJttnlt !! *;* IM !!I" I N .S1S.42 rinHnnaM 11 1411:! !tl"* I 14 121 11 .!" ': The home run avalanche of early O'Callaghan 6-4. ., solution to ( nrtl. Puhh.hiftl. I 7a 7" 7% I I 1" against 6,138.045 in the
_It, Louts 11 tit IK t1 12 ::1 11 W 1! .12 St. LM|| ._ !* Ml 111 J!l II I 11 |4 I .Ul season appeared to have subsided Coker 2-0; Leesburg. Amoriello congested parking. The I Cjs.Wjht ....10 4. 4' ". A.(; & P .. 2 Js' I It 1 preceding week. *
machines the store Ctl.r-Hsn.m.r '
stop employesfrom 1 Cal Eat's 1 334 314'Southers
AMCHICAN UACUC CLUr. FIElOINt' for only six were produced in the I and Munch. 3-2 Bumgarner 10-3; I 4:__ I 0 2' 21' 2134Deere Pscilic. .... 3 31 36" 3"uth.r. From Monday on short cove-

Cl. I ft A C 0* PetCleveland i NATIONAL LIAIUI' CLUB FIElD I''" Craig Lebrand. Orlando. got I Orlando Hyde 46-2. Zedalis 5-2 I parking kffDinl places A C.... 1 3334 53" 35" By ... 30% 30" 30' I i, and investment demand lifted the'
JJ 114 !liT II 14 ..235Tilt CHI I rl A LOP PC. week I fl A .. ... 3 % I .. 1 4" ..I"pr.
and moved' Wencklewlcz. 3. 3. 3. "p.rktl.. I averages daily. It was the
New t7 til UT II U ."2 night Jones 4-2; Palatka. Ij occupied day Lark A 1 I 18 fist
PkUadelDhi __ II HI Ml n 14 .**! I al .I 1 e.t. .. r.rp .... 1' 1% % ,
Boiton. ______ SI II* 831 22 II .*"! M. IMI __._j-_- Jl III 111 11 14 .." into a tie with Aleno. each with 3-0; Sanford. Stantn1.. Bissen j long the ori' IA,.,. .. 4 211. 251. 2334 Ipleel he ..... 0 '. 5. week since last July .
-t..t M II* 811 12 iS ..555ThIig. UraoUr Jl tM III un..11 { and 0., (,'5.5.g .... 7 13'. 1234 SIsal 0.1 Cal ... S 55'4 3534 I single losing session. Purchasingwas
( __ SI IIS *Tl H 17 five. League record is 11. i 4-1: St. I, shoppers couldbe 12. 551 .
'", .177 Ptrnonrgk. ___ M 15a 1417 1* t4 .... Augstne. Mo. .. 5 1* 1% 5,554 0.1 1.4 ...... 4 3954 I of
.11I"S_ ITS. *IS f. n .*TT rlUeag. '_ I* 705 IM tt tt ..T4Baalan : Hoag and Aleno continued their t Ketcher Halman and Heiner using. Some' Ou.I.; Arrrsft .. 2 % % It..d Oil N J ... I I 391 1' "',. based partly on a string
Philadelphia t* T I SI* *7 M .*7I Ml U* II II Itrinrlnnatl d.P. d. N 1 374Baster. Ohie 1 27 pleasing dividends and earnings
honors I .. % %
for 11 01
chase I 16 2 27.
3-2. people lt. .
Bl mil on
J| 141 Ml. tt it ..171Trlpl. II Ill 171 II 14 ..*. I rs.batted.i I 811 .Oprg ....... J 11 1' $214SIrlig in addition to the belief that the
pIay-(51 '" New lert II III 11 14 SI ..MlTrlnl the street earlyin Air L ...... I 1334 19' 1% Drug .. 2 3' 3" 3% oversold.The
AMERICAN LCAfUC: IIPitt........ I I La.4 S ItS .... 4 26% 26 26t ,. (. mp. 1 1 list was substantially
MCOIDS THROUGH III O THURSDAY. NIGHT NAY t1"7 and morng f P.. A f ...... 2 JI JIJ Stole A W.b.lo 3 1 1" 1 sharpest rise in the short interestsince

Player-Crafe I A* S If ThDrblps.. Last ThIsClub ::. Put 1."i 2.. 2.% Ssdpsk.e Corp '. 2 1% 1' 1% 1934 also was a bidding in
.., 8 B M ISISNrSISSBSNIAbI.W'k W'I' : cars forward, as .:rI1 ...... 25 5, 9% $ oil. 2 '4 ,
A I usr.p ..
V 45TI.d. _____ 11 203 III II IW .! : .! I I.e.. ...... centive. Numerous customers
f 4
1._. NT. 4 llIlSij.s HECOR08 _._. 1 1 I' I 11 they are marked RR A.. 5 50 !u..h..o M"I 3 534 5% 5' ,
I nt." P
MeSs, Itotroll 4 4 1 t I I I S .' .. D. 1 1 I 1 % ..*.. T though continued to hold aloof
aeMoeaa Playr.Chie S A* B H 1*I* nr rM by the police .
12' 2 .T S II .
ru. Tel Rod .
JIftot. 14 it 1 II 1 I I I Iii' lh 141 1 11 I 12 II ., I" A 6 5% 5' 5Flr.toD % Te. C.. ... 1 '0' 1" 6'4Tu. pending more light on economic
Poata. Phlla. T V I I I I LloI.... CkL T I I 4 t I 5.15* St. Aui.stl* $8 15 ftl II I 1 1. 1' !I', ( holding the TAR. 4 '6" % .. 1 7' 47%
5' 1
FU.. IMaion 4 T 1 S 1 .435.eW:! **Id..IIm5. I 4DallaMaadr I Ol.444 = _...... -14 : 137 : : ; ;: 28* ;: 27$ 21*$ : : I places the entire day. People do P1.04.4. .......... 2 2634 ;6\ 26'a Tn.P.4ul ful.I.. I 2"7' 27" 27' I questions, taxes and labor legislation. -
"W.j.5...,,. CkL .B T 1 I 1 S I 3.42:$! 155 325 1 178 171 14 ; .733 Yli.ttot. p' .10
XT. II tt 1 5 t I I .. r : ... % Tn 1. Trsit 29 % 20 .
II...... Wain. 4 1 1 1 5 1 2 ...* I Ikv. i, Pod..... Phila.l. 11 14 I I* I 8 8 4 .17 _. ______. 38 un 11 IU 28 I II I :17 1 II "I. ..141GsIsnotll. not like to walk all over town withpackages : C 10 10' 10 Tid. P.W. A 0.1 .. I % '% .
.*... ... Bklr* 1* IT I 1 I I .. ,_.__ I" 5 I 1. 257 151 .231 t. .. 1 1' Associated Tress 60 stock
1>1"" nmao tt. i tt I a a ...1 .12Wlltor. I I2S 2t I I 1 15 and bundles and parkIng ..1 .n .12 331 3354 13' Tr.. ". .61, I 14" I
UrQulni. !II. T. 51 li s M t 1* .... !' .1..1tL. !T 14 11 II S I T ..* 'I'j meters help them to find 4,1: I "'0. ..... I 39% 39; 39!, Ti-A.4 (,. .. 1 5% .% .% composite was unchanged todayat
Mvllln, Dei ml t. tl tt Lliwhiiar. Batten II 41 I IStill 1 1 I .1 CIsh lI Tl. .a.r.1 .
It SI 14 1 6 14 .. 54l4 5. S.t' I 2554 23, 2534 1.8 the
XIII,. Bb Lwlc 17 SI t 11 1 1 1* .Ml I .. Itew Terk .!* *! II II 4rnrlll 8 1* 2* $ C... 1.1.. 0 W L Pat. P1.45(1( P. A S: D. Ll W'I i i spaces near the stores where they Pub 1 % % 1334 T..t U ... 60.3 but was up on
IMUInger. ... ... tl III 17 41 I 5 1 8 ...s .... B'kirn 1* II 7 II 1 I I" ..III.III I INL _- _____ __._ .'2 DL. U. 1 85 II .n .1. wish to trade." r.n.r.; Vtt. J 1 2534385ndrich T'ios Cubi t week. widest advance for any
% 1734Uauos
(II.otR. Datralt IT tin. Beaten 'If 1 I 1 I __.__ In .1 19. .... ..545It. ,,i I : ::::: : < .. 9, 9
SI ---
S IS .s 1. 1 "
S 1 1 A..t.
4 .141 2 51% 51 51tIeOdye.T 0,1 .. 1 20" like period since that ending
.. .. ___ __ .
Male. Bmton ta Tl 11 14 1 2 1* .SM I **. On* II 71 1* M IKerr. I t 11 ..131.I4T .. I I 1 .. r.ttt. NIl 41 1 1M .545IA.IbUT 2 C .. 21
4454 4434 IsIos
TAR. 2 127
New Tilt __14 41 I 17 I 1 4 Liub.rg __ M' .521 41 ..iht .. 12754 % 17' Feb. 1.
Annllng. Chl .
I IIS IS II 9 .,. 1 .1 1 4 .
2 11 I .4 1 ,
51.4 ,. .
Mrs. J. II. '
Goodrich I 21
Cvibenoe.' Bongo nil. 11 1 .. EIII_.. Bole* 1* 1GnstlM. l' 5. I It ...fSI ...'.d 141 P.51.08 __1"1 I .. .a housewife, rh.m-P.i 31 5. 3' JftH. % 21' market the narrowest -
The was
.333(5i.d1.t.y. 421 10.ih. day's
R1 1 .
II w I II ** 1* 14 1 IS 83.Is.vlII. ___ U 11 45rI.s58 ___ 541 .1. 55 113 .533 .'ur.lot Sanford: 11. 31 361 361 1niord Ai, 2 15" 1' 153.
., I' 1 t I aliGn54'rl..C15.l. 8.... PIt'L I II I 7 1netemineller. : 1 I .::: ___-.." I.S. G.i.Ifl. $15 .nl ..!. I .,I.nd (., .. 5 28" It'; r.p ..... 21 3 2' S'T.it' in two weeks. Of 594 Issues
| 1 I II !
| .|jj I __ .. 1 am in favor of parking me I rul' Nib A Oh" .. 2 7% 7 Fruit .. 4 7" 47% %
BoIId..... Clert. Jl U 14 !* T 1 11 .'!* Pin* 4 I I .133 DI. B.o I %S D.y I. 11.1 11 t 11 .597 7' 4 registering. 207 rose and 175 felL
1 neee. W..... It II I tt t 1 T .I!' I _a. Pit 4 I i .iu ters. They make more parking l;ul .1 .. ... 3 61* '1' 6034II. I 1 ',.u. ... 4 $114 91'
''JlII'HdJ.: .,. Lmll !* 1 T .3. LtADCRB I H I ... 4 '3t..5 4354 In the Saturday stretch J.
Going I* 111 11 t* 1 i II .m !I 1 1 I"DIVIIUA spaces available for I "
Bltekeock. BL U.I II MsnhslU r. _:' $ IWslker. 5 I : .13 (251 ) shopprs. .," MIg .... 10 5' 5' 5'4 U 1 Itel .. .... 15 64' 5434 5434 preferred added 3 at
___: : ; : : .in U ITartu I SI.I:T ar I 2. .IIMM do not like to Homltk. BUI .. 2 43'' 1355 45"I point
I' 211'11 at
Sis PhIL .1lli"\\ 1 J 5 M ,3il _1 II 4 I 8 .124 LaetThlaPlayarClttk lug packages I !out. Oil ... 2 20 20 20 W.lrh c....... 1. S 0 In, Budd Co. preferred

r.**.. peooit _-n *r i* M i i 11 ..11... P.058. Chleage _I 114 17 4* IConner. 1 4 !.111I Q Ak R H Hrlk Rkl Wk Wk Grant Captures I with and Motor ... I 1" 1' 3494Iflilnis ., PieS .. 1, 1" 1" 80 3-8. Follansbee Steel (on a
Kw Terk 11 II TRene. ..IMI lonnion LNl 111 Jl 1 I ..111Betrll. me I Weal hd 1
Perk. Ciln4 II II II tt I I I I ...* : I I I I.11 fufa 26' 28te.t. hoisted quarterly 1 1-4
!.eo. Chins. 11 54 1.1.5 Beatae 17 :It 1* ICuller. I ..IIII Orl4* __. 111 SS J 1".1. when I cannot C.'r.1 ...10 2034 20' 2"k ... r ... I 21' 21 payent
lA....,. I Bastes 1* I I IKlaus. 1 .111 II 1 .11 I 3 : 2334 at 18 3-8 and Coa.Cola 1 1-2
it. Lenli .11 Tl 'tl 1 4 1 1* ."*7 1.la' I I 1 1 find a parking k "t.r'ih Jrl .. 101 101 W.ial F. ...1 2334
.Wllll.... Baeta.) I* II IT It T S 1* 11 .*!T Pitta. 1 I I II 1 I 5 1.1!* R.. .. I III I I. I .StT IMTaamrr. I \ I c. ... 7 31' 3 White .. 21 11"iIJ.O.rlad at 152 1-2. Lesr gainers included -
)(tC.lIJ. I'IIIIL! It" I 11 I t t ..*. > Jorgeneee, B kin 14 T U I : 1 .III Palatka I II I S I.311 ,4 I place near where I 4151 Paper ... .10 % 41' ... S 8 7" I U. S. Steel. Eastern Stainless
-G..err*. Phlla. 11 II I 5 4 1 t S .]*. I ratamtta. ChL 1* 111 1* IS I 1 1* .111 '..Orlanaa 111 I I 1 1* I.11 Denmark I want t trade II I.t Tel A. Tel..l 1\ 1 1!- "t. I ......_. t "t" 1'% 1'
L51i.CI.I1Gd 11 t* 1 8 a a t 1 .u* &... Be>la*> II IN 1 1 .I 1.11* Ijk. Banfard U 124 I 1* .137 ..347Xander. TrophyBill I usually I\1.1'.ori (.W) .. J'. Steel Studebaker. Montgomery
Outlaw Dettwlt I 1* 1 I 1 I .... Wtetelaiaa_. Pit __ S 11 I ... I>ertana .Jl II 2 41 S 4 2.n ...* go somewhere .7.hn.-Ma..iI7, .. 5 53114 11 311% I\or ill P 14 2 5' 51'. 5154Youegst Ward. Sears Martin
thai JCe. Terk I 1* I I 1 .... Hark. el'.. IS I 31 !' 4 I 4 ..IDSt Harhln. O.'n.' 2 Y 25 S 1 .la..IIIThaobaM. : else. Mer- Joes 4 L "II .. 4 29' 29"e.aH" % Rbuck. Glen
"".. Wua. nil. M I 5 5 ,11 I Mean. .t Lenta 11 (11 1 8 I ..114I r.l.tt 1. T ,I S 1. .33 I will find K I 8h T ... J % International -
Cwooo. at1. 14 II IS 1 I 711.35$ Blgner." ._ Terk 2410817 11 I 1..KlI ".,. D".. M 14S 1* 5 1* t.151 .131 Grant ace of the Tiger chant Cop .. I 44 ... z 5 5' 57'R.di. Telephone. Kennecott, International
55.5.. New Yrk II 17 1 ( I S S 1 .tM H.... Ciwt. II .I I Iicniars. S I.11 'I.bl. I. __1 II 1 44 S T 1.12.131 : meters 1.ruipr c........ 1 '4' 42, 4234LarlesIs Zenith ..... 1 1854 2454lash. Nickel Westinghouse.Santa .
Kelt. IttmU II 111 I M f S 1 .!* -. (. _. I 2 I' ..2S55IIIvs. Orlaaa I 1JJ 1 I' 1 I..112ranphell. track teams for two years. captured attract out- 1"tst' I Penduels .. I lt 7% 734Appeaai'.aI. I
Bw e, New Tart 11 I* 1* II I 1 I s IlL .. 1* I 8 0 I I ..INI I_b .I 1. 1 1 %2.' .J!* I wi 5 r. .... 2 5 4" 5 71 Fe. Texas po.International
)!ifldI.P51lL' I" Is I I SI .354 I T"I_T"II. 1171111 I 1 I* .t ClAsh' DaUad 1 141 IS I* 1 I..1.31* first place honors in the I town shoppers f..iEh. N .. I 10 10 10IAhbyMrhkL total ssls ye.terdsy Paper. Pepsi-Cola and Hoppers
y.>.. Phil .. 11 I 1 5 Three. Orlaa** $43 II S ..IITParaa. to Orlando. Mrs. Goodrich 1.1
IT tl t t* t S S II .21* I w.tt. r.k. I : 1 : .;. S I!4 1 ""
M-toelen. CTert. 1* *1 II If I I I I .tM Adaeu. 1.. _1* S I' I .14 DaUad. I 1SS 1* .1 1.1 .17 .31* first annual Orlando High School The meters here have been I 2\0.0. I
tHMiggle. Baitea 11 14 1* U I 1 Iii .m ..u.bt ... _.1111 I I I 1 It """.n.lt Aag. 151 SI I. I I..I..111Roller. Decathalon Championships to receive over Co.Minor declines were shown for
.1 j
BeUKa, c,.., 11 IS I I I 1 4 .IS a.__._. IThaouoo. I I 'I.t. 1 14* 1 1 I. .114 a success and people would not do
""$ 1... n.... 1* II 11 It I 5 I 11..17 K T __11111* 1 I I I.%" ...1... 14* I I t 4 I.11 .!.* the Tom Denmark trophy without them again." CHICAGO LIVESTOCK I Eggs and Poultry Gdch U. S. Rubber
firms. It. Lend 17 17 11 17 4 1 S 11 .IT* Na. P'It.L .21 II 1 1* 7 S 4 17 .11 Ird M III 1 1* I.17* .31 but Jud Fulmer. another prominent !- CHICAGO AP) (USDA) Salable hogs 500. Deere. (at a 1947"
Ysl.. mils. II _. 1Bewail. B 1 .71* 113 1 .121 ."*1 total ; compared week Dugla
II 11 1: I I 1 I ii CIM 1 I I 1 PI.t' 1. t 4.50 4..tm.t.dl AP) Florida low] Aircraft Sperry
member of the cinder
Wright fhlng* SS TI I II till .171 Baeuo -. I I I I' 1 .1** (IIt.I_ DL" I III 1 I .IM .11* I I ICarrl team E. A. Insurance ace; lower tow 5-1, JACSON .eal .
Orsr*. Wuh. 11 11 117 I 1 I I .171 M. afcCnmlrk. a'l II 1 1 I 1* .11 I I II ... ,. IM !I 1 1 II .t*' .17 | marked up three records that Royal agent St 1. i f" sales retailer American Water Works Cerro de
Pmkj.: .,.,.,. 11 in u si' | 1 I | ii Iblrl N. T. ,4 7 1 B I .IS* BIlTorman, Banford 14* .IIT ..295NIdg..y j Sanford: Salable- rattle 500 (estimated): total not t Pasco. General duPont,
DUI...... H T .11 181111 I in .244 I 1..t. 8_ ...1. t* 1117 I I' I .104 I..eahurg :14* 17 41 I :.3M .191 I I I, should withstand future atack meters here have gIven compared week ago good and choicefed Net Car Eectc.
21snvel.N.T.. I. 1( II I I III .til t 'kin 1 I IS I 7 1 1..111'I"u WiiMell. DaLand II* It .. 4 .314 ..11Bvrke. for some time Coach Paul O'ei 'Parkil steers and yearling including yearling I Grade A Wt. MiL I Unit Air lnes. Central.
Keltoway. CnlMi II I* S II I P 1 4 jel I Beaten -- I I 1 I T I I t .11 fialnaeTtlle I 11* !I* I I.17* .11,, the practice of people heifer 50 to 1.0. moatly 75 to 1 00 hither Per Pt Railway
Chrtitaiu. Wuk.. II t* S 11 4 4 .IS Bate II t t Kma. DeUnd _. HI IT I I 1 .177 announced Jast night. keeping the same space all day : medium strong to SO higher: Lan _... t 24 O : .Nort
P5W.,.. Chlng 17 111 I II 4 4 5 I .1S7 I Wrraetek. Phil. ::Ill 11 II I : n .;?* j t Ttaliiwe. ..-Gr IS II :H I 1 II .IM .111 j jllkei. 1 Grant received 1.000 for long. Downtown market closed aetl.at full adyancM fed Medium ____._______ 2 era Pacific. Union .
pin1 have Small _
Doerr. Bnten .11 IM 11 17 I 1 I n .!!I' I Eawanto. B'kly* -17 I I 17 1 1 1 11 .171 I I lit U 111 U' 1.31 .2SS his performances in 220 employes teen and ,.rll.predominated during Urge _. 1 47Extra :, Oil. Phillips Petroleum American
T__. Tiuh. IS'" T 14 4 1 S I ..IMW.ifflUd. Menu.. Chlng t* 11 I 11 4 B I..275HvISng. i ii L .. Orlaaaa _IT IM 15 I I 2.%1.213 RaB& their cars on week but rPllpt showed measurableexpansion n U' --? Woolen and D. W. G. Cigar tin
Detroit 13 M 11 II I t 1 I .IM X. I. ,n.. 11 1Euan. I ..mI I 14.drws,15514s411 I 2!* .: .!. and 440 yard dashes while Fulmerromped parking lots and : mOU, 80 lower; bul. Sale direct to eODlme" ,
Krtltle. BU I* 1 Net Per the wake of a cut dividend]
C.Ims..X.y. I I 115811.15 Phil 1112111111 I !.171 A. II 1.27 to wins in the 220. 440 also in increased supply market ,
__ Js4M.Au. 2115111215 I .tl* ..177Zuha. there are wit Grid A WU' Dos.
Urns. N. T. I 11 I I .171 I II more 100 down: closing cows fairlyi Bonds were selectively Im-
AMtRICAN.ia.tUt: .PITCNINITw ____ N 8Klner. I I .171 Ranrard 2* I 1 t. 1 It ..I..173Tetraull. and half but failed win for i active; vealers I I Perdic.InCrtsLarge I
rPlIL mie. t spaces shop- I D..Dly
% I I 1 1.000. mo.t7 ,_. ._ _._ 24 65 proved. Cotton was off 50 cents
1 1Laagiteo. -
Oetlilen r Mere I SI 1Beblnean. 1 I .III I Partona 11 II lower prartlcal ?? ? u o I
) I
Pltikee-CI.. I l. H Sb5.Gsw4v I r.. Ptu.. It __.2 IN 1 I I S 1 I .2.' Banfard 11 I* 1* II .r: ;I j|I a pint fourth the pers. The remainder !1203.0..11. 26.00. llttl .do.l.25.50 eholel and Medium _.,____,_ :_. 21 60 i to up 75 cents a bale. At Chi-

Dletrlth'. Phlla. S II 11 4 II 1 I. 1...* I,,.. ,_ _. IN I II 11 ..114I Karnlukl. lt A.. ,I* 13* IT 1. T II which placed him third of the medium to good light vealers at Small, ______ II S3Extra wheat ended :-4
220 .._ ____ up
Btephetu. ClereL I II II 1 71 1 I. LMRatenlnien. Moilalek Phils 1__tt 17 II 'I .111 Kleketaon, .ft,.. 11 M I 1 2.271 I,1. behind Bummy Townsend. dO.1 to showing most price large .. 28 68 t
DM. T II 44 14 II' I 1 III BI.tt. W. T. '17 77 I 1* 'I 1..111I ".," Ranford __I 121 1 II 1 .... .11* I, people watch : 1.0 top fed steers 27.10. choice i, Sale te Sale toRetailer lea&o% cents a bushe.corn 1-2
Portia.. Boa_ lIIlflhSIil 41 .*.. l.r St. Lule. t* 11 031 0 14 ,1U Bhilai. Partona 111 1 I I* .177 ..21Ahr.au Grant totaled 4.600 points their cars closer | long yearling 26.SO.light 'Ialli 26 00; I Consumers and 1. _
Donee. Beetm 8 II 4* 14 t7. 41 .... B kirn .KM 7 14 I. I 11 .!51 Or1.ee 353213135 23.72.241 I IItI..I. i iUlvhart. 'I i Townsend 4.550 and Fulmer 4,000. and move them choice heifers 25.00. odd 26.00. Live Dressed Live DressedFlorida I oat
M."'1111...... NIL I .1'. 17 tI. 11 .U'R.dMtI Handler, Phlla. __1 I I 14 I' I ..255W.5tI.k r.ilM'L tl 7**T II S t I .JT* :,2S7 both local and outsld killers bought all Dressed Dr'wn Dr'wn In the Solar Mfg. slipped
*)..... 4 If II 11 T 1 IIGme 'M .. Pit t II tl I S 4 I .IM RU A.. .M .1 t* I 1.'A.21 Stavros Demopoulos was fourth >' before the tie representative. weight steers carrying flea Fryer. 2-3 lbs 38 97 65 on a reduced quarterly. Higher
*. CUeti I II It II 81 1 II ..71.Ph. Baalntkl. PiI.. I 1 I II I I I .IM : I.. D"ft4 I !H' I I.!S.251 i, with 3.900 points while Hollls Mc- runs out at : mae.t good and I Broiler under I Jeanette Glass New England
..*. 1'*w T. I l$1I1114 II .,.. (1.1.I.. 1. 11* 1 I I .1%* j 1 e'snd-yearling! closing at 2* 00-26 SO I 2 Ib* 38 a 43 1 were
'Treat Detroit T II II 11 IS' 1 41 ..., *. Pitts. 4 T 1 5 I 4 ..258OI.I5U5.N.Y.B14 STIll LIADCBB Call placed fifth with 3450. them. The me- 1 wll eompa.bl. heifers 23 00-25 00: most Hens heavy Telephone and Singer Mfg. Turn

Le*. CII1e... --_ I 14 II II U I I It .fT I t 5 .88* Mol B ...... Btxtoa .1I T 8- II .11' I. I I Tl will be entered school reeordi. little above 00 on good eowi. cutter Hel. llgnt breed* 28 1 s .
TtUer. Cl.... ._ I IlI$81s I I II .1%. Triplet Lak Ij Beerner. ( wllel crowned: shopper finishing at 1375 down and canners at i I 270.000 last Saturday
I..,.,.. rhilt. ._ 484414$1 t I I I .$88Rra. NATIONAL IIAIUC PITCHING Three Be 4l. I.5l..I .Irlt- 100-7rd daihBilly Orant. time 101: watching the transacting lC.01.7. practical closing top heavy STOCKS IN The averages edged forward
.... It. U 1114118181 I .... a Al 14, Campbell 320-yard deanJud Palmer, tlrrle 22 S: 440yard their business in a 16 75.. odd specIalties 17_00: THE SPOTLIGHT
Usitaraen. With.. I U$4il11I I I I .... (Tw Dcelslens I .1 R D.I. .. 'r. 'I dash: Jud Pulmer. S3.ti SRO-yard Since the hu. stock.bull strong to 25 higher at NEW YORK AP) Sal*, closing ,, ;, Monday due to a few key

!'neeb. Detmt TU2151111 t ItMerwloi. ... PHelwr-CInk. I I* H BSB.GSvIW. I P*. Mnat Barrtflrei: MeN..,... Banfard. 11: 5"' .. T.Mnat I' dash: Jud .Flme. 1m.:07. mil run: meters have 17.25-19.50 en medium to good grade*. and stocks net change e the IS molt aetiv* in the composite but selling was
N. T. 84'4415134 I I I .... Beaten 4 ,. ". 01 high hurdle stalled here the parking prdblemhas choice light stockers moatly 21 00-22 I..t.real:
.. I C 11 11 4 1 8 1. l.t" : Aleno and B. M; I Jimmy 8... S: : : 00.Salable Pepsi! M plus 5/. heavy and volume of 1,860,000
I.bneo!, I It II 11 1* I I IBiers. .... R*. hilL T 41 3124 81.805H.IIS.B1.IAISB2IS CMek and .. I'I Bummr Townicnd. time 18:4: 220-yard low diminished and downtown 'i sheep 100 (estimated); total not .
Am &
.. I For Pew C.100 JVa lu* shares the top of the week
ClereU .... ,
841S15341 I IIWrna I S. I. lea Meat BUM; ; MeMano hurdleHollla McCall. time 25:8: : pel | given compared week age: receipts small- an
WI''$. I II II II T 4 It .1" 11-.1.. I 11 I II I. LM and Clalak., ei2 1 j Tiult: IrCal and Townsend tied height trade has Increased. of Ja seven loads clipped lambs udd C. 1,10 105pIus largest since April 14. The
_Caacrlr. Bt ... I 4381591 I' .... R.. Ptt __ T I 1 II I 8. 1.1.585 Meat II; Three*. 41. 10 feet Jump John Benelt. Pulmer.Teweaend Hr (Ilt woeled lambs and scatterlng -, Comwlth Tel >Tel Se 4.TOO J4 .. comeback resumed Tues
.ahiuoa. N. T. 4 II tt I I I 1 I .III ..!II. __ 6 T 81Harung. I. 1MLM Meal BIt: :I.... SI: Btebblw. 14. I tied S ft. 7 In : shot put: A. Wiebold of Spring lambs and slaughter lot 4> 4,100 11. plus lar was
CIIrt...".., PIlL 1* II 1 S T I tSmheon. .iII' N. Y. ._ 8 I II I. Teaai Beeerd Par "'ark: Oriando and La... Starve hel.ti. distance 47 ft. B In: camera shop operator ..offered, clipped lambs recovered early Sch..I." Oiat 1.70. minus day with announcement of the big
Boiteo 1474421 211 1 11 .... l.. .. < Phlla. -- t I.11 1* 4Rattan. I I .1 wen loat 1; Ranfard and BU Aaguittne I,, Javelin: Starve ooPulo. dlitanre 181 Sanford: .. to finish steady; old crop wooled Tax Soar Moobuck 33 plus V. short interest touching off cover
MUDrue*.. i a* si a u 1 1 i ...S I' Bkljm I I I t 141. 4 I ..$ :4. k*:: naLand and IHruna wao 1. laat I ft. S ii. and John BenolUdlitanca "Merchants here are well I.I.mb steady to 25 lower: other classes .ac Ld Tr,J OO 2O ...
Jlan1aCbIH..* 1112811 5. 11 .'" I r..l. __ t 1 TM we. I tal It. liD.Windham. plea aound steady: threo loads good and choice 2.SOO ..1. Va.FolUnabao ing opraton. Dealings taperedto
.1 t.1 1. G.I.11 2 Oil
ed with the meters lVa Plus
Y5rkk.WsIl. Ill 4 8 7. 1 tHITMS. .iI'II .br. I 1 TW and would not fed clipped lambs with No. 1 2.5 I. .
Chtcsg 4 17 It 4 11PipUa. .... I n..U.r. Pitt.-- 4 I I I I II' I 1 .TS* do without them. Before they were I I : i.02l: 75 and 22.25. four loads medium N Y C..tr.1 2.3 .. m."u. 44. The week's broadest upswing
". Chins S I* II 'l It. ItKewheueer. ..lS I II .TM Wickham te 90-100 lb. clipped lambs No. 1Pelt. u..t.Coro S 'u I.
Dec SIl1I1P1S1. I 14remw. .'1' ..,. Ckteago I.. ?- I ni" 1. I 1 .TMI New Stadiums Sought installed it was .O 00-2125.; five loads good I I .5, ,. 1534 %4. was witnessed Wednesday on
BMUO ___.f M II M II 4 .... I next to most I T dews Ilium l.MO no.
1 IIChandler.
I Trtnkla. T.II I I. 1 .75* impossible and lb. fed Iambs J
NT.' I 4? 44 14 II I .- I' .4.* Keel*. N! Terk I I 1 1 t 11 I I Ii .TS* For Alabama Auburn Meet for Net TitleBilly I to a 'i : 2.7-22.0.chic 10.11 price for.ooled three car Packard Mot 1.9 IU mi.. U.CUMB 1.020.000 shares In with the mren'buinf fourth
Be-n appearing
*, ;if T. S1431811 I I' Ul Blarkwall. aM I ta U I 'I ..734M88.L.01431511I fid with muddy fleece; load
....... Chleage 44414ttl t4 .131Fewler. : place to poulder.. STOCK LIST ,
4 "7 hour.
I culls
I common oat
PhiI.. I It 41 17 I MONTGOMERY [API A legislative Windham. former City wolsID. 1.25.
I I 14 IMTwin. _
On. 't 5252311151 I I 1 .* anywhere in the 00.; package good 98 lb. Furnished through courtesy Merrill
... rally Thursday
Lenl 85421111 1 I .UlPtrneU. 4 T to give Alabama and I I Lynch. Pierre, Fenne and Beane. The continue
.Pu. -- III I 1 champion and a student at Rollins. Spring iamb 24 00; good and choice
"'Iee. I 11 14 It 11 1 1 I Ul I' 'a __. "t I I II I 1 .. props a 50.000-seat football downtown area. l.t.slaughter ewe 9.00-9.50. Aluminum Co. of Arner. _____.,--_ -4H on 050.000 shres coppers .
Tin*. Boetnn 4M IT 11 II- 11 Ul .. .a I Aubur College meets George Wickham in I'
o1 c S I 4 I 1 .17 Now there are I Amer. Gas A Elee..o...... 39 aided by Anaconda divi
G1.heus.l.L.i11318. S. II .!5t I Ko. T. I U I 1* 1* I I 1 .. stadium"without cost to the State I the finals of the first annual Men's plenty of COTTON CLOSINO 'Amer. Light Traction = ,. a -
nora Phil. T I* 14 17 1 .I spaces = dend. Rails also responded to ICC
It 14Tetter .f" 1..1.. .... T tl I I t .IMII was discussed yesterday by Sen. I Ashland Oil Refg. ___
1 1 Handicap Tennis Tournament at .
tt. Lenls 1411i212I and the NEW YORK SAP) future turned
IICelenua. .f" cars Cott.1
I T t I .IMII Brewster Aeronautical 4% approval of a 10 per cent passenger -"
Phil 121t. 1..1.. .540Z&d.k.ILL.uIa ,.1 J'Il C..r.. S I I I I I I .SMII Bruce Henderson of Wilcox County. the Orlando Tennis Club today 'keep moving all irregular yoaterdar i. moderately activedoalmo Barium SteelCreole _.__.______ 43 for
1152311 4. 1ft.eweeeu .848 atan 14742:4111 1 SM The bill. which would .cIMi.* 5 cont a bal lower toTS ._____ fare increase Eter
: Wuh.. 128151111. 1 .88 j Bkl-Pltt. I IT II II t* I I :SMII i of author starting at 2 p.m. I the time. They c...'..h. Cities Pet Cor.* ...-________:_ 2"21A roads. Pullman jumped 3
Htetnee.uh.. 1231511 II .1 .808 Hunger. 14. Its II M tS IS I ... I, Windh' the final stimulate business New cr.. ooaitiana F firm with trd Elec. Bond 8ha. Co. _._____ 10" word the company would accept
Wrt..I. B._ 4 11 1 1 II 1 1 loans up to at each night by defeating and and c.m..t." buss ulin. Fairchild Eng. ,_ 25.
"I I i I the Alrl.D. Cr.
$1.30.pOO :
I T T 1 It prospects of increased o..or. a* well a Humble Oil ____ tenders for stock from all holders
.. .Plt CM. T I 1 1 I t. 1 1 .S** school, will Hen- ,,i Glenn Wilson In straight sets, 62. shoppers are In YVIebold I I unfavorable croo now*. Orlaana and Kaiser Frazier. Rfl.._--_-_________ 1% S57.50 a share.

TERMITE CONTROL ..Cine. __ 4 J 1* IIThmpeMl. 1 1 .SM I derson said when the House and favor of them. The one cent me- I prominent*oaion.Seme .loot houao sold July throughoutthe ,Lena Star Oas Co .. h___ .__ 1 at The march slowed Friday
X. T. I 11 1* 5. I I .IMII Senate return June 3 for the '' 18.11 I Niagara Hudson Pw. Corp. M
remainder -
w. cst,... I 4T II IBairantkargr. .... admission will b charged for tars are the most popular and car :I of the buying touched off by Nlles-Beement-Pond Co. : only (80,000 minimumfor

P I tl .I 0 I 114. of their 1947 session. I I|I the championship math, it was operators do not seem to confirmation for foeoign that 'purchase e buying of cot Pantepee Oil of Yen.Schult ____.-..= a .brH, since May
Braala. 53. ... T t* 1* I* 1 1 1 III I mid t. .Ie was considerably Inc. __ 4
I announced. the
Barrett. Boitao I 1* I 1. 1 1 ..Wau 1 I money" they spend on the me in one*** e most optimistictrade Stand e A Light-=::m__ ___ 134 I ISt. 8.
Baelon IT 14 I I. It ..3 DAVIDSON ADDS COAC I ters. .ti".t. Regis Paper Co. ___ I Coca-Cola International was up

Walker i =, 4 14 tl II II : g : DAVIDSON. N. C. [ R. Southern Awardsi boon Migh Low Loot : Textron _,-_ ---- H.', 680 points at 1150 on its first sale
Chemical & :4332211 : (iDicki] Redding former center for OUAIM HANOIK: July __ _M.M MM 14.Oi Ml off 1* Twin Coach -___ .
Talialle, T. T 11 I* I* 1Hei II _____ since February. 1942.J .
N __ I Varsity Tennis Letters CHICAGO Upi Oct. __ ___M.4S M.Tf M." 14 Kroxer Gro. _____ __U V* I
I CM T I t 1 I* I' the Brooklyn Dodgers in the Na i WHEAT Doe. ___ 2.7. 12
Exterminating Go. Bkln T IT 1. tM 211 2.2 > 21.1
'kn. I 1. football league has been Open March _.. .
T 1. IM tonal pro LAKELAND rAP] J. A. Battle; HI.I Low Clot 21.11..1
C. I.1 1. Jan ..____ .252 352 __.__.2T.
_n' to the Davidson 25J I May M
College 27.9 27.7 27..21.
Bonded-Free Inspections: Er"... RU aM Leel I IT 'tl 1 I I'1 I ..258poll. IIIII ,I director of athletics at Florida July _______.23o 231S4 234'4 238% July ____--.2.0' 2.2 27.1'ff iSMIddlin5 In the Growing Up-town Business District -
5rt5nB.1, Till* 4 I I ._ staff as an assistant coach. Athletic -I Southern College, announced yesterday Sept _______.22 328 22.V. 223'j .. 11.11. off 1 -
Tel. 4680 Benailat. I 11 !I" I. I Director Norman Shepard reported the award of lettersto Dee. -_______222y4 222% 221 222 Vi I N.-nI4iunal. n
/t..1 varsity K. 1 .........218 218 318V
Nag*. I I I 4 1. .2.88* % 317H 'I''
Ptt. yesterday. the following members of the I NEW O ft LEANS (AP) Cotton future w. I
3210 Clay SL. Orlando. Flo. Aran. IS IS 581- .
JwM. 1501 4 II IBegn. .1 ._ I tennis team: Jly8fi. __,____.,. _17". 176H 1T4V4 174H 1.1., th last Saturday trading aoa- TITIZENS BANK
OTHER 1 I __ 16SH I until _. NATONAL
OFFICES: Cine. I I. I .*MAfo SALTER 41S5H 1834 *in S.t !
I REINSAUBUR Umatilla Julian ___.,.,_,._....147 147V ,
Lakeland and Daytona Brirh Hlgb*. Phlla. I 11 11. -. I, .s.s Call CoIn. : D. 147S 145% was .r by liauidating longs ,
I... (t Unle I I 1 14 1 1 1 S .. Ala. relations O. Hi: Marshall Feld. ; 48 _.144 142 144 I while buying the atimulatad post by hat un'was." IPPe.1 : 1
public director OATS
1 Auburn Long Island Y.: and. Bryan ._?_____ 89V4 *9" *8 5'iSept. Cleamg price* _.r steady SS, : Member Federal Reserve System Member FJDXC. I
at since
1928. yes i i Meharg. Tolle. Sammy Gregg. _, 79'/ foa. 75 Va SIts genie a bal higher to CO cent lower .
E .____ 7 77
terday his resignation 8 S 7 Open Nigh Low Close
aounce. Salter ( Mike Malcolm Jones and Mu '.___ 74 74 73% '3'. July _34.0* 34.14 33.89 33.95-M e' 1 I I Robinson at Court St. Dial 7141 I
ffetve Jul gave no Mgr. Craig Massey, all of Lake- March -..___ 7474 73/- b74ttBARLET O __.MM 24.TS 29.30 M T2-T5 1 E
plas future D___ 28.*O 28.7 28.78UP
land. s13634TRAFFIC _.21.7. 28.34 1*
D-- --
I -_,_ M.rl 21-7 2-1.
-- ___. 27.15
7.1 2.5 .I 1
JAM .M.7, i l ', l : ( ,iti4Wmffl' ''' ,! "';'I'''r4hliilliililiMtHtff! _gmililllllllli'lilJillilKNOWN II !!:: !!!! :' ;! ;
O0LEANSAP)5p08 cletod !
N N. J. The HI 8 clots a bale 1_ cet. 3OO.
BRUSWC Sat jl"Off
SPECIALSAND Track low middling 31.20.. middling 15.70; Sood I i 1! TO OWN! I

and Field Championships at Rut middling H. -: _'= Ime. fence encr-Ach-

AN MC Keystone ger Stadium drew a record num- I t t;. nents. clod, and flaws arc .
i col- TRIALS TAP TILL Ig few of the of property
br of 548 athletes from 21 purchased without benefit of Title
\ TIES V Insurance. Why buy. or continueto 1
J' $10,000 in prizes for qualifying Q ewn. blindly? Why risk lure

;, For Spray Mac-lnes. Supply Track. CLASS REUNION trials. in addition to the $75,000 loues. when the protection weil
love one AD type of Grays Track. Trailers EVANSTON IlL Bob Volgts. purse. May 30. assures fast action il I 'Ol0W' your guarantor l8"W moderately_
I ceOt Home own i
and rertiUier Dltl1.tn"C I Northwestern' new football coach. in tests for the 500-mile automobile I I k Jn Vtll.18* ifford t* b without o Title e.nnl lalurmc .

lETTER t A.I for free trial C..art.'e and his aides Don Heap and JohnKovatch race on the IndianapolisMotor : I lmt I

2 weeks at obU.arJo. were teammates on the Speedway. Central Title Trust
Because the a'.ohl.1 Funds Wildcat I : Title Insurance:;
b I I yom. teams of 1936-37. II I

of materials WE I Keep scissors- from rusting In Company I

GCAKAXTEE. SATISFACTION ;, In 230 AD.. Galen mentionedthe damp weather by wrapping themin I "Z'G'

Thoasa-d of Brand New -
spared Tires Our WarekosisDUDA Jmheat Se.r. ; INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU BUY I

PENS VAULT CO. in makingand i l I i F.OB. UT.let Orlasdo DB I I Lawyers Title Insurance Corporation

curing. i Representing T. Nelson O'Role entiue1faL RICHMOND Vs.i' .

SOLD THROUGH ALL FUNERAL DIRECTORS I: TIRE SALES I Inc. See Ye r Trust Department-Title Insurance-Abstract of Title I

OVIEDO Membr N.A.SJJ. I : I Representing
.. Mem* TeweAoent > T
: -=--- : TV. 1SS-M. Orfeda 2151 I Dayoa s.eh ri*. j April

2L' Average e 42,016 ,,' W W'fage. I M'' "
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I _i 7-"V lfll!: r _ISTflU: :! HB rJ', ":J'JF I J',J rr!: ,)111] flMTMI"r ]J flOfllDB(i 1?r:*;;:-: .'f 1MK.., 1 I I Brand EXCEPTIONAL tae new 3 bedroom masonry, RESIDENTIAL eonitnieUd bungalow elk VALUE floorf, brr**

war. bath. J-car firait laundry tuba. This home la "ell built and to
trl iI.I' located en nice corner lot. -
MAY 25.1947 THE SUNDAY SENTINEL-STAR. ORLANDO. FLORIDA PAGE 11 $15.000 $7.400' Cash $S4 Month

l i
Villa Sells amount of property In Villa City Tract Designated I flu Boai.a Dial U21HOME
Property I near here has been completed 'wA 'A' I
4lSpectol 'to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] between W. N.'Donoho and A. T. :AM k RIR [Special to The Sunday Switinel-Storl .
\ 3 GROVELAND-A transaction Edwards. the purchaser. The con- CLERMONT-A block of land
involving the sale of a large I sideration was 10000. .a bounded on the North by Juanita NEW FOR SALE
-- ------ St.. on the East by 10th St.. on
., y .f1j r the South by Broome St. and on Beautiful 3-bedroom cfocrete block stucco over file bath:
NEW HOMES the West by a 10-foot alley sepa- I asphalt tile floor screen porch garage insulation. Venetian
Club Section I rating the block from block 124 blinds awnings, shrubbing located at 1221 Norwood Avenue 2
Dubsdread Country' of Sunset Park has been desig- I I blocks from Lake Adair In Beautiful Edgewater Heights No 2.
[Midiron Drive] nated by the Lake County Commission 60' lot. Open for Inspection Saturday and Sunday 1 to 5.
$8,100 FHA CeilingVeterans a'f" b P y Zb .: e4 4EF, b as block 111 of Sunset $11,800.00. $500 cash for Veteran $too cash Civilian.

[ or Civilians I Park. Clermont. ORLANDO DEVELOPMENT CO.

OPEN FOR INSPECTION TODAY 2-5 P. M. Sales Contract Signed Phone 3M 19 Rutland Bldg.

BENZING-GABLE DEV. CO. [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Stcr ;
27 E. Central Ave. Tel. 5070 I GROVELAND-Bert Rice has
entered Into an agreement to sell
his tract in Groveland Farms to LAKE FRONT HOME
Floyd Piercefield for $3.770. I
I ---,.. i 1/10 MILE N. OF FAIRBANKS AVE.


I j<. .., v. ..W 1I 1 Building Consultants ,

I SUPREME I of 80,000 volumes. The I POST OFFICE BUILDING : OPEN 10:00: to 4:00: TODAY
: storage space WINTER PARK. FLA.
preme Court j I I now stored in miscel-
in the State 4 bedrooms tile baths-electric kitchenover -
-o struction of which capitol 1 j jI I
house besides the of Winter Pork and Yonge INSURANCElURGURY acre of land-ideal for home or income

library of I II I I are the archite'cts.I I t I -price $19,500.00.



Eighth 824 N. MILLS ST. PH. 2.1688NOW
Still 1 i

,;j IT'S NO SNAP If -T. A. I I If

[Our Own Staff ] I

to find Just the RIGHT Paint for Concrete surface*! the proposed of Realtors
I $300,000 College : nation in construction
BUT that' Just what you will find at Pittman''s had been ,
in a in the
for CEMENTICO PAINT! Fate. one of the survey
when you ask top-quality I
the project said Journal. $242,200,000
has only been II through private construc IS THEliME 1
This smooth-flowing lasting paint for concrete surfaces building prices I from California ,with .

comes not Just In a few stock colors but In a "A hotel will ; -- 1

whole galaxy of eye-appealing shades! How on the golf course ; of recent date In Where's the .
ing E. New York ;
I against the
about In this week to look over our color you protest
stopping serted "and the ;
of anti-labor legisla
charts? have been selling I . OTHER HALF
Ing supplies TOPAINT {
old hotel Is not I t 'syslf
that our project \ any ask: "What's happenedto ; of Your Policy?
andoned. the $6,000 house?" The
Retail Lumber Dealers YM ftigkt: as w.B ko t *.. tall. .
The building finds It has gone to the policy If ywr k vt. hot MarlyaovbUd
have been sold M vatw*. Fmd w1 NOWI ill
town of 25,000 or less. In >
not required for j I W.K .b* ,104 .. chick: .M yovr
of that size 23 per cent of
McFate did not prop rty i, iuroc' GAd mokt PM. WITHDEVOE ._.
homes sold for less than $5-
soon he thought 'I ._.**doli .s to bring; it ,.p.to.
would be begun and 59 per cent were priced cIo6..No chorg obligation_,oo!
one could properly i less than 7500. Reason given font find it oaiy to t..p it Hurt
that productivity of labor Is .
construction costs w.y wild flonolytit. May wo duced to allow : and big city restrictive it with yov 'fwlhorT Coo. wHUCKElO'NEAl
sonable cost. I In building are absent. .r p-,
outlook according to Mrs.
The city's zoning
\ not yet called Bennett. Secretary of Flor- INC. AT
Lumber and Millwork Assn.
.ittestaoe'l meeting to settle INSURANCE COUNSELORS
\ returned from a week In
encountered during I : is good for increased US E. Robinson Ave.
cently when home I, I I: of building materials; Phone 9944 THOMAS LUMBER (0.
\ PRESENTS proposed residential"A" I In some sections of the coun-
I there Is actually a surplus of
to contentions of of small size which are GORE AVE. & 'RAILROAD PHONE 4107
i 1
I the requirements j being sold In spite of demand Gore Ave. at Railroad Phone 4107
need because of high prices
I ALL-ALUMINUM Definite reduction In prices j We will help you on financing either repairs or new contraction.,
I II f Plans being shown or houses are be-
I''t1'<::. more freely offered for 'rent V
aster : salvage a ,bit.
N\ Winter
jl.'er .
[ i Realty Sold
4 eOUTDOOR a WINTER @ to The Sunday Senfinel-Storl(
First Methodist EUSTIS-Joan R. Carlgan has
the Rev., Jesse her property east of here to 6eouW ,
VENETIAN BLINDWILL E. Everatt for 8000. The /
II' L. F. Roper, included furniture and NeW
Smith and on the premises.
Burglar Proof Rust Proof Hurricane Proof l ications
[aver 7.MC lAstaUaUtai IB Miami Area] i chitects for the \\otne
education {for Your
social hall to be .
approximate cost of I "
I From the i.li.'t'f
dist Church has
I growth with"'an
of more ,than 500 SUPPLIES li4etimeA4
r 1 sitating more
activities and /
,The first. Siding 'Ceiling '. Roo4 Protection

a the frame corner of Sash Weights Cord

Newell Sts. which Nails Roofing
as a recreation
During the Rev. I
ley's pastorate [ ] Articles
were started for
..w,.+ ,ow It was during the I I AIh1 With
ar .a. f Rev. Shuler Peele I

wa'w was.s 1 A was magnificent erected at new the INC. I ()Me1t

view Ave. and AVE. AT ACL RT.
.' d. Rembert During Guy the [ I II Ii

;'vi gan .light fixtures J i
''T < ,;p";;, stained glass
stalled In the I

,> > II Rev During B. D.the a BARGAINS II

I plans for a
building chapel I
Summer Living Room were drawn and / It doesn't pay to take a chance covered-no loosening or drawingt by
Summer Bed Room in* fund. ( with your roof. Give it the best- the sun, no chance of leaks. What's more
FHA FINANCED During the t J- shingle it with EviKfftAK Alu EVEBWEAK Interlocking Aluminum

For Free Estimates Call Jesse E.'Wailer minum Shingles, in the famous Shingles make your home warmer in win.

STANLEY W. LITTLE Distributor contributions given to the 'f "English Slates style, for a home ter, cooler in summer for aluminum is

436 S. Orange Av.. age moved off part $50.00 that' tops in fresh, lasting beauty-for one of the beat insulating.material known.

Orlando 2-2071 Winter Park 772-M site carloads near of the brick $225.00 roof protection that's good for life! Easy to apply? Anyone can do it. No

placed on the Costly Not a bit of it! The initial cost special tools, no complicated fasteners re

foot of these modern distinctively styled shin- quired. The accurately formed side-lock

I ,. .".i T. ; = I q. foot gles is only slightly higher than that of snaps together with weather-tight precision -
-t': '
>>" I
: : + I ordinary roofing-their cost fact when wind
fi" ', / : \ per year far -a you'll appreciate
less. Made from
ii' foot life-lasting aluminum, and storm conditions are at their worst.
f JoinCJc they more than pay for themselves in extra No worrying about costly roof repaln-
f t tl I>> ft., $9 )! >ro11 yeah of trouble-free service. you'll get a lifetime of trouble-free service

to 28x26; $S.10( ., $8.00 Protection? Thatt the word! from EVERWEIX Interlocking Aluminum
ETERWEAB Interlocking Aluminum Shingles.Get .
$19.75 each \
\ Shingles won't rust, rot, shrink, or warp. all the facts about these imsxing
The famous EVEKWEAB interlocking design shingles. See your local dealer' or stop in

,' \ links the shingles together in a single at your nearest"Southern States!!factory-

roll" metal unit-provides security and safety branch warehouse and talk things over

">... in high winds positive protection in the Ask for the attractive fully illustrated

1 hardest downpour. Every nail is securely] folder that gives you the whole story
I .
I *..*?-.*
5 Acres of high plateau on Lake Kathryn beautifully landscaped 400 on big i l A
with riparian rights 500' on Highway n-9%. It miles from downtown Orlando. 5owi/tii 5it
Modern tile bungalow large living room glass enclosed porch facing lake l>> / 1 4

dining room. 3 bedrooms. 2 baths garage and workshop. .


ExrU 3-Arre highway and lake-front lot offered by owner. AND' CARRY \ 131 BrooLhaven. Drive Orlando,Fix.
One-half milt aorta of Cmttlbtrry, yet the east aide of tht "'I..a). yea will it* mu 11& l f

M. J. MOSS 1{ Hardware Co., Inc. Phone 8139 .

1S2 S. Main SL TeL I 5754 \


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; II. Beauty Parlors Laundry Work I r 19. Services Offered I 119. ServiceS Offered 119. Services Offered U. Articles for Sale 33. Articles for Sale i 33. Articles for Sale

jhtniag j!! AMMERMAN E. Pine. Mildred ELECTRIC CLEANER SERVICE-Only I PAUtnNO-Brush or sprsy. Industrial proofing -- I ASBESTOS SIDDO and rot ghlnglea I BATHROOM TILl IB rust proof I DINETTE BET-4 piece. Walnut fin

FLORIDA rijnn. .France Rhoade Betty HOME LUNDRY. 2030 W. Curb I outlet for cenuln service Hoover p.n.S I' our or reldeDU.l,. w.te. c M. WELL For at a limetim protection. Available I Fermatlle. All colors; low coat. ish solid oak. On tart blue tapes.try
upkeep Hebraska.
and For modern .pc.t DRIaOUIUltle MU Free Bob Sweeney club chair. Dial
PAGE 12 MAY 25. 1947 C.ld.eD Elnora Pbll Dorot. 21.2.WAHIGI I only authorised Hoover service statlon ft. 4.0. f. or over. AnywhereIn i 2-4632.nt.t pb 131.
I AU hlb I 6104 or 21755. I Best la ref I AIRPLANE MODELS-Complete stock I DRESSER
Bumby Hdw. F.o IUm.te. Any size you re -Larse For
yean of Pion. 1142. 1. Box '5.Psslmme Yel. I models and accessories. 12.5.
..r.nc. cost so little and If* erences. Rt and tested. Nothing HO-Q JU t BICTCLES-Man's and lady large further Information .
AMERICAN SALON-44'4 minimum. A I' FURNITURE REPAIRED and reflnIshed *. P.. T. I Osllowsy. down. 36 months to Libby I road b.U racing cars. Model \, tires. Office swivel chair. Dresser, '80.
BEAU for c ; and lawn mowers re Freeman. p I pllea 214 N. Oranse. .. whit. reasonable.
W. Church RI.lo Thea- clean. comfortable laundry .l. p' TmGWb.D its painting yea 711 W. CudWAIIG G cODdltlon DIAMONDRIN0-Man's 4 S
: 542
ClassifiedS Ur. formerly convenience. New modern equipment.Plsygroundu p.lrd. Autl PI.dmollt Brush or sprsy.Stanley PARS Phone I
BaDI Jbetl l.d. 2-300. AH a. 171.I diamond ring for sale.
.' Welcme her p.troD for the children Phone 2.0421.FlOOR _______ P. and bondad ATC of ComDlt I 432 eB ,
friend. ph. 6!1._ Strack's 81-8nl Laundry. 316 contractor.PAPER MletO Co. .ma. bD.N. Orange 1 BENCH SAW-1014. 37th St. 88ta. used '
W. WashID'toa Washington I VAC RAA Av*. Phone 41.ARIL i nRThr. : lie tP.
HAT'S CTOPIA SALON 6924. Ko appointment Flnlshlnc and M.I. Plea tlphon. M78.TXX3R3.
!bU and Huchey. SANDING-
609 E. off en anpermanent necessary.. Hour 7JO layinc. Modern floors with modern BANOINO-Paintlng. Ph Bsrton's. lut t Colony Theater. W&opP. i ii i BICYCLE-Girl's, in good condition. windows aeena custom
9723.CHARLOTItAY Wed.and 3371. 2-1 Winter 93. .tr.nde 44 Bonnie Loch Court. 2-2633. .
Phone am. until I D.D. Open Mon. ; modern du.te.equipment. wie. IO. 8tor. .. P built. Ftur. tture a
Wont-AdMintmum BatH I evenings until t p.m. meto. In Pena WELL DRILLING_ E. Pine. ]. BOAT-Pllwood. U. ft- Johnson classes l.ork. I.DOD
BEAUTY Salon. P. e.tm.tel. W msmall
flnisbed. PLUMBING-Clyde Thompson repair .pl.u 18 old Oldstown Garden
Price per 163.
I 04a 1f :ser .... fob'bOi inviteS culture .oM Hilda *Monck.them COLORED at borne.GIRL 737 West wants I.uadn wok. tr.lac. Mo.r fDh Floor Bu.clD.I C I .ork. 24 1210 hour Eastln senrice.St. Ph 4789. I and 3-diaete. Install deep.w.l. .PUP 2'" APEX condition.WASHING 1510 JCN&Pret. eno kickr. new. 1: Call IS89. I !b!Wiate Shop. ph.Re.2-21.

( ; altar*. 7MMinimum Vivian : '. Marcaret Wbldden.MeCrery I Phone 2.UO. Ruld..e of PHA plan. Call or writ F. F. AUTOMATIC WATER BEDS-Sinsle and double wit DEEP FREEZER-Victor-10 cu. ft
.... upetalrs.aVIS'S PLASTER PATCHING by an expert. F.nch Phone Electric 10 HTR springs and dining I capacity. Orlando Appliance .
.uiidaw JOe sr 19. Services Offered Also minor repairs. Orl.Ddo HomeMaintenance I La.wo. P : 30 and suit; portable m.trl Noiseless 210 N. OrD". 4S37.
char Mo Sprint : dial "Ver.adtl. Limited quantity but1m.dl.te
radio 39
.p Supply I FANS Cleanlnt and I 30.Good Place Eat___ ty.rtur Em.nD t.bl ;
In RPAJ t .
clal Blc reduction CODnn.llt radio. reasonable.
T PAINTING-Quality materials. Homo DRINKING
h.t Johnson FOUNTAIN. electric
:3 Consecutive Dan lie lln a d rT at leetrtclans. ft :
See Icon t.r
U. lin day Cold wave a ,pe.I,. 20 V.I luottoD. M. M elDr Church. Ph. and business. Your Ideas la c WI.rd 1261 ArlIngton Pla.. Winter Park. Good 8371.
COIIMCDU" Bays a Electric Co. 2 K I Blot Colonialtown; dial .
Phone 0646.RATSBAUTY f Immediate serrlc Ed : CLOVER Ph. .
(Coins a Average W.rd 1 UP) 51$'. Crla. GRILL-Excellent fo. S18.I 614R.BEDRM
sI State) Mat** type WASHED with 9724. Reasonable prices at SUITE-4-ptece blonde
MatMmal (Out 2-paneL Also
Slngl Insertion 30e per tt* IAJRA1. and I .BIT RF,t* their natural rURNTTURl REPAIRED-Mad* to : all lor'l high class prn.1. best I ACCESSORIES for Whizxer motors 10% discount this mon'hOrlando I DR2.hl.8 2 8x6 8. screen 32x8.
permanent wa not have them put back .look like new. Old pieces restored PADGW.trroflD.. In customers ..,. new type generator light sets large Furniture Co-i 141 and 61S dor. empl.t.. To
:3 ConSCUtlV Dan J$ JiM dayT cold wafe Da 422 clor. WhY t onn fo 'o.u.T. leather seats windshields. staUonwsgoncapaclty 14 Iih 3'1 Pa Av ; dll 2-3S3.
1 lpl natural beauty. RUN .
? tbelr
new to u. W.
CottMeuav* Dart 200 line s lay 38 Salt Fine. .. as .te, were when they were tressCo..ll22W.Cbureh22213.FLOOR doors windows 'our 200 pounds also I Churh. DOUBLE BEDS complete good con
QWWllua J MinI Ii's lauDDaln. E.t.tel cheerfully I BODd.d. In.urd. N. J. Barnes 7452.I complete bicycle Hobnail full size i
parts and supplies. BEDPRE dition. Used window and door,
Att W. -Adti start te UM Ortandr SPRTNO. PERMANM.chil. o u.WUb1 Co. SANDING-Flnlshlnc. clesn- I PLUMBING REPAIRS-Bill K. for J'J'I CERVANTES SPANISH re.tu.at Whlxzer Motor B.le.602 N. Orange colors 759. Orlando etc. 421 W. Amelia. Ph. 570S.
Moraine Sentinel and art printed lP Amelia. phone 2-3In. ______ I Inc, waxing; modern equipment. All prompt p.r.nl.e Spanish be.1 soup. Ave. Phone 2-48'1. Furniture Co. 14 W. Church. I
506 W. DINING ROOM bUTTE Large 9
la both Vh* Sentinel aid Tta Jewel Charm PANS--Se* th before yo. work .uar.Dte. LuDs. bonded. | SOS9. .. 129 Or.nd.I wiches rice and chicken. RealItalian ATTIC FANS American and t BEDSPREADS-Bates, twin or full i condition. -S90. 423 8.

Orlando Bur w Uw ama d.w. 15. Schools and Instruction_ ATC. Installed In pUo.Ph. I 10 yrs. epert"DC.. senr- PINQ&W..t C.Du.1 Church.spaghetti and sauces; 16 &1 i Century-Hunter. 36. 42.Blo.e 48in.. Installed alse. Orl.oo rrtur. Co. 14''! plee.o.
Th W.nt-A I 1 23
from 8.30 .... to a pda1 Enclneerinc. Hit Co. Day 2-2238. Night M'CLAMMT'S RESTAURANT-Where Hdw.. 2534 BABY BED-30x50 DE pUWPb.low 1.1.

Sunday from 9 to 11 .... t ACCOUNTING School. International- Correipondenco APPLIANCE ances services HERVICE(no radios:-An); re.SD..PPU I FR SANDING Finishing. Spe I FAINTING-9x12 rooms; ceiling and ,I atmosphere the finest of foods cool arc comfort.served la Seafood an AUOMAnC Iuh.WATER COOLERS by I maple finished. With I cin.Ot::: payment-Wyckoff, t.lh.* Iltal., Kuhl.Easy

Deadline tot Bandar faptr BatW- I Veteran approved L.qIRaw able. Work cuaranteed. R. N. Pentra-Seal treatment. 20 t ..n.. 812 including Hat oil. Low j Cordley.. Sunroe. i new. Ph. 4667. i I
khe. r cl.ll. aleaks. prepared to suit the DOORS Sash of whit pin
.. Box 2974. Ph. 9282. Modern equipment. rates exteriors. Helfand. 2-4287. I Change your present 1 BOAT I II i D.de
day BOOB.AdTcrtlMrt 0 ph. 7364 or 23021. I I' discriminating tastes. dead elpD -Richardson Sport 71.r.n. 1 Screen lawn ., cabinets. AUtypes
lD. 'mot
an reqnsstsd to notify I your hlth I Work guaranteed. Licensed. Prompt I satisfy the sweetest_ Dur Into a real investment. Terms d. 1041. sIngle cabin 3,I of wood work. Orlando Woodcraft .
01 immediately .f a.y rrora 1st BOB SCOIomp1t Jim with service. C. R. Burke. 7851. RADIO SERVICE-An m.t. radios MARIE'S RESTAURANT toth. sired. Walter J. WUeox. Ine. 61 E. ft. x 10 ft.. 10 in.: draws 2 I. I Industries. 1500 W. Washington -

their ada ai the ScnUad-Sur will American School. Text famlh.d.No SERVICED Washln cleanins and phonos. Free pick-up Southern Fried Chick specialize Robinson "Ponnded P.br.r. 1936" I Lars flhln. cockpit; lY. weD I 8t.DRINKIG.
b* responsible for only ..os Sa- clauea. Diploma. Pr. bkl.t APPANC Prompt effi- FLOOR. "BANIGrlhc.. for and dellrery. Money back guaranteeon en." 1 a Except i ALUMINUM MOULDINGS and trim- Leather chairs. FOUNTAIN-Kelvlnator.
School. m.ch. have aU work. Brltts a. J:. Radio ODD 1 .m.Mldnl.ht Also sink rims. Craft malD. H-P each. !
oerrtct insertion. Writ American DP& c on all makes. W* Flor-Co which cuarantees perfect SrI Tues. 1647 8.Oranse I m1l1. St.ndar Ship-to-shor motr 13 thermostat. Bumby
Ton Can Place Your 'P. O. B1 3161. c.D'parts. Brltts. G.ner.1 Electric satisfaction Se.le to you who d..lr I Yle. 336 N. Orange phone 89.2.I ,I Blolm p.m..MldDI.ht Tri.ROX Co.. .. 20, oto. 8uthe.a, Btel S.I. I 12000 In r.lo. ..ppr. xlatel H.rdwa..utom.tl. % W. Church.
Under N. Estimates I Ifre
3 10
LEARN PHOTOGRAPHY Franchised Orlle Quality Lasting Floors. AmeU do..tl
D.le. $ condlUon. Reduced from 19850 to DEWALT POWER
Want-Ad by>> Telephone OL Bill of Rlcbt Information.Clln i Phone 8942. *. Orlando nor Surfacing Co.. REFRIGERATION SERVICE Commercial coffee and 2-142. $6SOOPhone 5206.Orlando.BEVERAGE I Mall .SW8AIP.rt
of Photocraphy. 729 1 Established sine 1809 M. Oranc and household repairs. ORIo 1 ALUMINUM WINDOWS Double pl.Ders ..

Dial 4161 Cherry 8bol. C.U.noa.. Tenn. Av*.. ph.. 7836.FURNITURE I G work; cb.r.. r.sD.bl.. .. Fr. I the healthy way. Try us. your We speI day- hung. Cost .than steel windows.Never .I COOLER Liquid and- Brnn'lt'Blu.PI& metal Mount I.te.Dr. 3753.I J. D.. Pease telephone
ESTATE LAW practice. REPAIRED and ref In- 8nlc. I le.d. p.llt. They wont& warp. sd I
REAL 1 f.D. I clallze In bre.U.a menu. 212 W. Price Easy j DINETTE SET Blonde. 852.50. Wood
.ale- 8EVCR.ne. 20S. Southeast Steel "frler.Uoa -
for broker and APUNCI ", Ished like new. Cabinet made t ROOF REPAIRING-New roofs Ini II i Church. rduce ,
Pepa.UD ; Immediate bed complete bed
start each .et 139 Adapting. rdlO.lamps to electric aapeclalit order. Tlndall Furniture Co.2323 .t.lf Patching and painting. Sales. 10 W. Amelia Ave. downstairs cP.dt f..te easy eolD. Orlando 818. Ice-box ;metal.Rl.. and;

10. Baby Slttera-Child Care E. Pin St. Phone 0366. .. Pick up service. Caldwelland | Ora". Cal 6.546. t" Roofer." Phone_2-1253. i i ii [ ENJOY YOUR FOOD :1 2-144. I' delYcn. Co.. trl.. NOranse. : chests. Heabler. 1329 19th .St.
SUMMER SCHOOL Dd readlnf Harris. 2211 Idifwater Dr. fLR SING AND FINISHING i RUGS AND UPHOLSTERY i iI I I an pAVOR .I APARTMENT KITCHENS Complete dial 4537. DAVENPORT-$20. Office
ceDe .tmolPhef with electric
and baby by the w..1t. for children aces 8 to .. Park phone 2.-1B72. Modern refrigerator rant de.
INFANT car I trump College eQuip I In your own home. charm. d I CASEMENT
Excellent dle" .Prtvat home. Phone June 6tb t Auc. lit. Ph. 4233. but ment; MrYc.P.e unit. methods. Moth proofing. Prices reI I elelll'. .'Dn.t forict Rut lod.te.k. I sink and c.blaet A few for immediate I| era door ADJUSTERS-Door chimes; lock seta of ClOS-all I RyolYln.. chair ladder IT.W'; 1725

2-3935. ATRTONSDreamaIID'. ; 2202 ViEdcewster ed 1935. .orkm.D: licensed: I duced Dixie Rug Cleaners. Ph. 7642._ ... Restaurant next Inc.. del.r.. Appliances. kinds. Smyth Lumber Co.. N. Oran .I.AY.WCTUC f. 1. I
Travel Information Dr. PUhODCt" blld.d; Insured. Btu'D Floor Bur- RUGS UPHOLSTERY I to Fla. Bank. i 48 Onna. 2251.I .. A. and Railroad.
1L &1'ec1a1! Notices 11. Co. Phone ISI. I I Expert workmanship CE.I COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATORS e WAT HETST.bl.
RESERVATIONS and. ticket* aH AWNINGS Venetian Reftn- Guaranteed mothproofing service. Ph. ; 31. Good Things to Eat EAST SCALES basket true; |4; 4020. delnn.
prcl curt.U. FRIR UPHOLTR' I 42 eu ft. 1947 model for 105 St.
ADVICE-Puchlo readings daU,. line Sunnlland Travel Bureau. 30 blinds '. line o, ple. suit 2-4315.Kleenlze Co. of Orlando._ II ( cpalt. J. Wileox Wlnil' Ie. Oaland
Tu.. Si .... Tburs. 2:30 I E. Pine. Phone 5301. Florida suit 867 Ilmedl.t d.lnn. W.ler ELECTRIC RECORD PLAYER Portable
circle p. material Phone M26. A.DI I 82.50. 2 piers living rom ROOFING.-Free stlmates. 3 yearsto VALENCIA ORANGES The b-st to I I BEDROOM SUITE Beautiful ma- I 1936i .
Sun. S p.... 4454 W. Church. Rm. crulae Co. 432 8. Huchey. 1 Pal. Repair Shop. 2-1168. Work guaranteed. Roll I I ship. W* have them! Also for hogany. custom built. Upholstered man's blc7l: electric ...ep
12. Rev. Cherry office pbon COM. I CARIBBE-UATMLN Bn1. 118 SCentral and FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED-RefinUbed. -I shingles pay.or built up and a.beUo home use. tl.50 bushel. Gr..fr" .. chair oculoa.1 chair old pl.Uor.i i CAMP Kook. TVE.aol. "Kamp er. Collapsible. baby carriace.
SERVIC 7Sc bushel. King Co.. rocker walnut sette frame. endtables. 1.2S.
ADVICE BT MEDIUM: Rev. M ; dial 9SQ4. tractors and mnlta. Slip Avers. IDar.m-Bro.n sldlne. Smith a 8n.: 4681. fl 101 2 Stores Co. 2 E. Pint
Washington 7267. Set Mon 318 T : 2-316. Toasters,
I pata erllis.
418 W. or
by or 430 ;
Thrssh. Christian Light Cburcb.Clrcl HAVANA and I..IU b.t Horn Machinery CCI. C.ntrl 2-23& RADIO "Miracle" repairing
.ld INRMUNICATON. for percolators Ice
Tu.. 8:30; Tbur. p... 2-462. plan Call Travel .. ; phone HOOVER VACUUM Serv I .ep.ln. BICYCLE-Boys Victory. 81250. See anythinc. Bumby ; cram. frezr. ,
2-211. re i Hardware
CNE laBtal.Uon I Co. I Store. 10 W.
32. Articles for Rent .
I 9504. at 746 Magnolia Ave. Ph.
118 E. Central; dial m ice. Bumby Had..r. W. ,I ps home radios 2293.BIHoU..o. I{ 102 W. Church St.
: CAJU.1N-NIom 904. Florida REPAIRED-Any I
cuAU.expene tour Church; Phone Fuller Bro 114-B Park Ave.. 8. : Red Cross Su !
Ba&k Building. Superfluous hairpernaneoLly HAVANA.Travel Service. 30 I. Pin kind of clock or electric equip 1110. I Winter Pall: ph. 819. ., FLOOR SANDER edger and polisherfor and mattress.Apply CROQUET SETS-Includlnc lnte> condition. For information telephone -
Lanler '
removed. Ph. 44M. ment. We fU *"* R HUGHEY'S HOME REPAPom Johns 2208 prm. I $8.43. Knox Stores .
St. Phone 9301. ey.nthnl. front to back ROOF LEAKS REPAIRWW give nDt Had..r. I 1229 Mercedes.BABY toD.. Co. 85S.DCRIC
AMANDA BHADroRD ;Pirebie read-I early Tuea- pairShep. 48 C'Dtr.1 Ph. healing rof cUa.Ineu4DI i prompt .. Ed..ate Drive t.lphone 2-9: a i'E. Phone 2-3163. RANGES Ap.rea'
"entnate Intor.toDt.l.phoD.
Ins; circle 2:30 Wed. 6(1 West Columbia McN. GA-LnID'. from 1 ACTTYLENa and electrle welding: lu.r.nt.d. i28. ', 2-2223. FLOOR SADi-Ne. American SRL"W.lk.Rde.. CT L&tr.Dde or solid I .Ia full sized For lme..t.
Av... ph. 22331. .t.t t saw mills Al C.I "8" rates.C. Spec.1. prl.W.tl. wPt wire up. KnoxStores delnr. Modern .
Call Adam Mon. work pumps Appl.Dce. In.
BROKERS ATTENTION-Our homo 3 MQDla. m.cbI.. construction O machinery HOUSES W ASHELh like paint j RFIoVICELt the man ;,|I R. Burke. 1805 S. Bumby.. '1a1. Had.a. Co.. 25E.Pjne. Phone 2-3163. prance AY.
and j
would 630. roofing
at 1900 CalvIn has been Hated exclusively NZW YORK 1al. aluminum and brass castlnc. MeKI Bul.low' 'l. ,.t. 1 FLOOR SANDER ; also cabinet I .CARPET SWEEPERS-Genuine Si.sell' .- APPLIANCES "
around June help work for you. Its easy lust call L. T. Jer- .ne ed.e sortment. Bumby Co.. EECICA .
with J. Daniel Kelar. Brck. lt ride Machine Works. 131 W. WalDI ou I sander floor polisher Had.a. I -New Grand Rapids" Buy now what
I and expense Phone neT _ j diaL 7427 or stop by and see us at 102 W. Church. I n. Ter. you
er. Mr. and Mfj. Pewrod. drn .h.r Plata. Wyckoffs Rdw. 2524 Kuhl. 2282.FR I Knox Stores Co. 25 E. Pine. want and need under Firestone Easy
70 Alexander
I and look :
39.RIE p.lnu. .Ii. WHZZE | 2-3163 Budet Plan. Ladles the Firestone
BOAT TRIPS from Mt.-Dora to Silver 1 Two "OTOR see new
RESERVATION BUSES-Bun- Prompt service. Licensed bD.i because SEPTIC and SANDET.o; De. $97.55 plus frl.ht. .
INSTAL cleaa-
TANK vacuum
Springs through UM beautiful Ok.leaks .. Travel Bureau. 30 East i ed. Superior Builders I, they're clean. W* do not damage any cleaned. yearsIn ed..n t.o PI.hea for rent ': In and see the new 1947 modeLCheapest CAN OPENERS-Hand and wall tFJ. i r.dlo.. to.te. and
j D'*
KlTcr. WIN Boil W.rkphone Iland I at LumberCo. 'I and up. Knox Stores Co. era fetDe. COD
flowers. W wash Altermatt. Call 6730 or ruen.ble rtea. 20 .
IJOI G or business; ; known.
ne BEAD AND PEARL abrbber. .l trnBporUoD | cord.
3123 Mt. Dora. Fla. : I Jewelry and watch Pbs guaranteed the .IDdo. on the Freeestlmatea. j I 7371 for service._ _ _ N. Orange Ralro.d.TOL Whlxrrr S.les 12 N. Orang I I Phone 2-3163. _ iCOMMUNICATIONS
hAiBER5zRYIca-4: : main readyto SR GnV.r"ID' M Nonrad,'.. Arc. Steam House Washing Co.. ,,8EIC-TANlS every- I Ave.Phone 2-468. SYSTEM-Inter 1 ELECTRIC Popular WATER. HETAls
Serve you With fait efficient I CNE II. .I. Iet
Like .our
new. 301 W
service. All Union ihop. W. clot or 3. TelepbD. 2.'J'12 BOOKKEEPING SERVICE-Monthly 2.365. i' db d.tI I RENTAL SERVICE BEDTo single. Imme.t sale. oUre. 11.: ..k. W.lt.r z Ine. E
In Pa
at Side Barter Shop. 60X. statements tax return. systemsInstalled. HOME CLEANED and repaired f Burke. Permanent resident; and I Robinson. Founded 1936.ELECTRIC .
hie.8& I IC. 17. Haulinr and MoTinr i Moderate feea. Wide- out. Ucels and bonded. i Insured Route 19. Box.231; 2-118. mattress Ph 376-J. Winter Park. CMMECL AND UTILITY steel I
__ L A phone I Faint ; .kU-1 ; bench- stock. All WATER HEATERS-30
R. 8TZVSNS.iroksr-1 have : man phone IIS. 0.1. TREES-PALMS TRIMMED and saws; power mo.er.; flooringequipment : BED-USED youth bed In good con .Ido.20%. Southeast .1.Steel PCt, and 40-callon; also ca* 30.U.
moved my Real Eitat and IlI ur. A VAN L8 INC.-Nation'* CLEANING AND PRESSING Cash HOUSE REPAIGU kinds. Estimates removed Bonded. John Newton. and misc. Young's Tool I dition. For further Information I Co.. water heater. Bumby .
W. Amelia Arc. I
ante business from 64 N. Court SL mo.er goods and carry will save you chare. Ph. j 116 Irvin Street. Pleat phone 21147.TRACTOR Rental. 100 W. Washington St. 8U4.TYPERTE t.l.phone 5393. i phone downstairs.2-1442. 10 j W. Curch. .
to 307 W. Far AT*. Phone 2-3554. Call Fidelity Storage A WarehouseCo. money. Brine pco clothea. Su. Camp. Winter Park. 168. SERVICE-Groves or new I BARBED roll; 50-lb. lard I
HOLDEN HEIGHTS: Barber Shop. 21lt I I .. for free ell.te. on your lonedistaneo perlor Cleaners. 214 Boon St. I HOME SERVICE General rep.lr.I ground plowed. Loin cleared leveled. rans 79c WIRES hose CAMERA Practically new. Argus: JLCC RA'Neo auto-
i W. Jackson f 11 model C-3. 35 MM speed camera.ISO. eontrol IDdt.tor.
and Westmoreland. Formerly Jo*'a 8t Phone 2-3184. I CARENTI find materials and New.contcUoa Windows screens Contract or hour rates. Ph. Rental machines I 18-t. stepladder S10.75; pedestal Ph. Krlvlnator Bumby H.rd..r.
Barber Shop on E. Church. I' C.i i lobs. A. C Ne.come. and .me.. Licensed and 2-7283. delivery. Office W. Central Hardware; 2-231. 294.CT 102 W. Church.
I AERO MAYFLOWER TSI Dial ask for 34R6. bonded. Dowswell. Phone 9522. I! TREES takenI Equipment Smith-Corona j ; clock; electric reducer; high
JENNIE GAL-Folks who lay they 18 DEMOE. trmed. Elch.nae. WEI.DERS-20O.
Ln. distance C.I I I LAWN REPAIRED"I down. HaughI 220 St.. Tel 8850. ; pipe cutter tiUDn; ladder; ECC. .
8. Main
of mothi glv m. a i ilaff. Storage service free CONCRETE PLOORS, etc. W* form. MOWER I Agents. BICYCLE-Racing. P.2-8772. 1 barrow: edger E. one P .H. Practically
paper :
D1rCo I: service. Atomic I I ton. 3254 S. 9777. .h. ;
need to do 1* useSerlon. estimates; also local movlnf storage' pour and finish concrete floors Summerln. P. TYPEWRITER RtNTALS Special table: trimmer; trunk; sink; other new. Florida Iron Works. 1710 N.
Machine ft Welding Co. 8.
John Paint I'i driveways walks and steps. For 11. $ Robert 8. Brown. I' Orance.ELECTRIC.
Hardwar and parklnc. crating and shlpplnc. 1400 Orange Ave.. Park. UPHOLSTERY- monthly and quarterly rates. Check BOAT-Speediiner. Johnson 22 h.p. .rticles.Ebs. 71_E. Church.
Btore. 2208 Edgewater. P 0. Berlou Iiguaranteed I i I 8. Diiionph.7985._ _ i iDEE'S 1 price estimate call 2-0256.- DunhamI phone Winter WIe or 2911 N. Orange Are.. often finestIn with George Stuart. 1 8. Main 8U motor with trailer. Ph. 2-8772. CELLOS REFRIGERATOR New
: perfect
I I Co. 472. and workmanship.UPHOLSTERING wallj
S years wIth on application. C.nrr.t fabrics phone 8158. SIIGTe S2SO. 410 West Concord.
BED. SOFA Heavy duty springs. Cold.pot
| DELIVERY Service phone I LAWN MOWING-With power mower I j bad ntrtor Saves time
bah moving and haullns CNCREE Wut driveways; steps. $1 for 1000 -Slip covers refin- I walnut arm rests. Practically new.: money. Lumber Co. M. ELECTRIC RANGE-3 plate West-
LIVE BAIT Shiners. I tanks: U.eeud. square 't Etl.te.tor We.eaU without 33. Articles for Sale .
boat* motor II.ur" reasonable rates I complete garden tshlng. 845 300H E Haiti. !] Orange and Railroad ID.hooe: vacuum cleaner
.n Pedera
and eahlni. Klllarney Fliblnt bonded: Southern States .. Call 418 I
FULFORD STORAGE CO Por W. C. Pr,,,. Incrm-Bro.a BEDROOM SUITE Child's. Youth easy tr sis
Camp near Gourd Neck Sprint enLak VAN' Co. 11'. or for l.ndl'Pln. 2..0a. CHROME KNOBS pulls hlnces. AU in IDerlr.
2-2:0 good
Can to Jack- 2-08 I bed. chest of and wardrobe. m.treH.
t mouldinc and hardware for beautllying -
Apopka.DMMER par 10.d stenoc- Obl..ton'l ANTIQUE Modem pieces and art '
sonvllle. Fla. Also part condition. 1124 W. Smith Ave.BOOThLadya Yn re.n.ble.
Por. tPHOLTEIG&IDrl. your Mills and Ne
Mall and
SCHOOL and readlni ,. drive. steps and phone service. goods. Buy them at auction for entmalnment G cblDeU. _
loads Byracnn and Rochester. M. rot braska. ___
Parker I'
croup for children ate 1 to I. Y. t. 5286. 133 N. M.ln.KOLBEG' In en.IDerln.. .orkm.D. Business Service; 2-11. to choose from. Ru. and great .ul. Every Brown; EnU.h.t.I. ELECTRIC FANS A
June 6th to Auc. lit. Ph. 4233. ship and msUrlsL Free estimates LAWNS GRADED grassed; top soil. I 1122 W. Church; 2-221. Thursday night at Auctoa .. 4. Like new. Pc I CASH REGISTER (Lars slse>-Meat popular make .o. MleUon up.
Local movIng; For work of all kinds call All lawn Sales Co.. 733 W. Church. heavy Iron safe: large wall
concrete work. Free estimates. Eb- I C.1 .lce
Knox Store 25 .
BLINDS Co. Pin Phone
SWEDISH MASSAGE-For arthriticneuritli : .. packtnc. Also 1 VENETIAN RPAE!I ISlats air metallathe E *
6780 or 9530. Concrete Co. erhardt. 2-1740. .ho.c.s compressor
: slenderizing; M OU- ascot for Delcber' Lone Bueh.nal replaced with .lumlnul. | Still time to send your goods for I 'I ; porch swing: glider 2-38.
ben 120 W Yal AT Dr.De. LOTS service. Guaranteed not to peel or mu.lc.11. air
Movlnc. 506 Macy St. Dial CL P r.t > this ssle. Phone 2-0156. struments revolvers; ENGINES-Onan llcht .
Ladle CARPENTRY REPAIR-Pb. S420. Free any $ Irvln. For any kinds of blinds per Tburl.1 T pre .I.ht
oD"iPENCSUPPRT8_ _ LOCAL ton platform e.tm.te. sure cooker; waffle Iron; tools for cooled for dependable 2 to
_dump HAUNG2 phone 2.U4. John Newton. ft at fitton. R fnlhln. and I Carload eastlron enameled bath tubs shop. I..D. plumber and m.cbIDla'I ; 10 H-P. In Itok. Gaboon MachineryCo.
ldlyduall. trck. different from
Bz 4. 8ta. CONTRACT BUILDING of LANDSCAPING and pulverised.Pill pairs b facon ATC PAN8n .. 138 W. South
d.lln Mf. Wlmn 103 LONG DISTANCE MOVING AU new p.t Orlando V Blind Big easy to just rrelYed. Other tltur.. on rack men's suits 84 98; le boxni _
homes and to and In dirt and dirt. Call In.t.1 I
luggage kitchen cabInets lIving
W..llnKof. 2-3:11 2J8.W. points. Packlnc. n.. local movlnc. rp.ln hom. 1739 8. Kuhl: 8059. See them t. 2-3.11. hand. Ineudln. tol.t ; ; ELECTRIC 75.16-1.3 H-P. 4 blades.
9926 11
P. Kelly. Registered Surveyor. Buddath Moving Storac Co buildings of any kld. Repairs financed or 260.MIRR Virginia I' dcwn. pay.. Libby it room suite; radios; players. Large selection 30 In Good condition. 27 N. Bum-
S Church and Arcade. Phone W. Coldmbla. Phone :. .T. P. 39 J:. Ama mad to or- WASHING MACHINES 1 ', Freems W. Church. .I l new and used Items found only merlin St.ICIC.
.. ..I IlS 81M. lia; phone 2-4032. RIVER... Orlando All makes. 24 hr. service and '' ATC FANS-36. 42. 48-inch. We 1 I(I In a p. shop and second hand _
1. LOADS WANTE to Jacksonville and I CLAY BUILT-Also rock Glass .Indo.Mirror Wks; 5249. pick up service. C.ld..l and Harris. these f.n. Wilson LoD.rdH.rd..re. I store. All.priced to .el. W* buy.trade RANGE W..tDboua.
point bt.en. and retur. for ROA surface 1m. a 2213 Edl..ter Dr. Park 42 W. Ceatrl and sell most Us. 10. Phone b.for.
lZ Lost and Foundzaz.ror.u the week: of 211t Fidelity Stor | Work cuaranteed.. tratmeDt.j MATTRESSES RENOVATED-Sterilised -. 21972. Colue 2.218. BEDS Two. full size .01 .prtnl koys. 406 W. Church.aFthD' M.e a. 5 p. m. weekdays. .
Warehouse Bumby & Simp recovered with strong attractive I and good mattress. $ _
dial -
LOST Lady'g 2-318. son. Inc. Phone 5437. I VENETIAN MADE Bert AMY GOODS 500 k.kl shirts on 15 CHINA CABINET-Rues wine chair; ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR Gas
blue eon- tlcklnc. Comfort I* our objec BUD complete. AII modern dressing I,I ; stove. Dining W. O. .
lathing money. Left In telephone j CABINET AND MLWORtiij tive. Ruse Mattress Co. 1122 W. .0rkm.nhD. m.trl.la. Complete I;i 81: raincoats p.nch. ble with lar.ge mirror. S25. radio: mirror. Phone 2-1M1 room furDltur.
publ 919 W.Central. largest stock of tents and rouae : Meloon. Pine Castle.
Ibb. Ansebllt. cial .rde. Central FlorIda Lumber Church: 2-2213. j reOdlUoDlnl Ad.m. tap.uln. 1300 E. Kaley prewar. single _
j I i
Reward. SPENDING THArS SAVING Co. Mi. and Nebraska. | t58.WASHIO in prices.the St.t. High'. .lu.Ut.". Btre..ad.1. I I'CAMERA-Aalo.frame. 1 3.5 lens. 3SI1.finder. ELECTRIC Wapat. For SAW Immediate-Portable.delivery New 9 CallWillard In.

GLSE LOST-Dark rims; cold CONCRETE FLOORS Drivewars.steps PAINT Color sugcestlons. MACHINE REPAIRS E. Church St.AQUELaUol.. moth 850. filters spar rartrldces A.Bond.1900 II |
I EAT Ilbat A Keiser Vistas Theatre
tinted. Between flacston Reasonable. on all m.t.. all BOAT-1 tt i 8. Perncre.k.Ptt.9473.
Ple. OnD : The time spent In readIng Thirty R.ble 1.IDtr recom'suaranteed. Al worl. j water leakage ,, IS0. ft. block ID : 5136.ENOINES.Oasoline. .
Col01lt.n and Cur Auditorium. years In business. Free mended. .. WII.I. new custom sail 14 mahogany CONGOLEDM RUGS In an sixes. I COIODI.lt"D
i! C. W. Nldy.. Winter Park Itm.t.41.I I H.th el. Oldd.I' I Riley Av.. phone d.mPDe. seepage on brick. con. ;' row-boat 221. f. D.Winter. Special prices on all I distillate, and

RED' HORSE MULE LOST Small. the Sentel.St Cali! I DRY CLEANING-. .mpl i OFFICE MACHINES REPAIRED-Our 'WELINGAre.I.De. and electrle. crete .and Smith stucco.Lumber Any klne., of N. masonry. Oranse Park 145. Charles Whltny. 2 t 6 p.m. I Slsushter's. 48 West C.ntr1 furitur.A. ': Industrial Diesel engines Installations.for agricultural Florida and
machinery inoperation
Notify. K A Murray. Ocoe. FlorIda. I I skilled experienced help; service cuaranteed. Check with by welding broken and I and Railroad. I i CAMP STOVES-Just received a I Ilarxe ![ A Supply CO.. 630 W. Church. Plp
fled Ads may save you hours modern machinery. Try 11 MacDuff Georc* 8tu.r 1 8 MilD S1 phone Cohoon Machinery Co.. I i ATTIC sizes from 30 to 'BABY CARIOE-.ed In Ite.1: shipment. Bumby Hardware ', ELECTRIC 811.
WRIST W A T LS Lady'.. I I Cleaners 204 Rdae.o.. corner 8158. .orn 138 W.p.r. St. |{| 48 In.PAN8AI. make survey andestimate For Che.l: 102 W. Church.DAVENO I FAN8P..t.l. for andtable
SnalL band. of shopping time and effort.as Ro.Und. Phone PAINTING-Inside and out. Uc.na WELL drill of complete installation at at S8 1515 Conway Road.BOAT BED-Platform rote; I ware. 220" Oranc Phone j1841I ,
Downtown us your I I
section or W. Central; DUMP TUCK SERVICE Clay roads. ed and bonded contractor. DRlGLt no cost. Terms up 36 months.Willard -Marine 10 ft New. new. 2 ml from Signal onCheney
reward. SI'1. I I I fill Edcsr : call 2-3066. Fee well II.t.n pump for Keiser t sell pto. Key Hlchway. Apply at H I ELECTRIC 12 2 and
WiTH LOST-About 400 W. well a dollars. Read them Shirley dir. 240. pe.t Garden.I .tmae. and out. Quick I home nothing or d IrntoD.. Easy payments psy.Brlmsny BOck Colonialtown; VOu.. SII.AcRIANorDe. The.te Wi Dr.iixjnon. I ling .t.UOI on rlsht. trt I[ 14.2. H. H.P.r.h .
PAITGIDld. I Hardware. 220 8. Oranc
or In downtownS.cUon I ELECTRICAL REPAIRING and house BOlded-.nd licensed. Estimates Well rIWtndt Pump trumpet trom- : frame coil spring and DINETTE spiee oak. Like I I I
: yellow cold black band; reward I dally. 1 I wlrlnc. Call 4S14. Miller Willis. cheerfully clven. J. Newmann. ply. Winter Oad.n mile music books.OJ innerstrlng mattress. 639 N. new. $ rr.I.ln top kitchen i 2-14. __
; 11'1. I Electrical Contractor 1700 VirgInia Dr. 2-214. 1 east of Orlo .. Orlando 7087. The Music Shoppe. M.rud.Arcade. morelana Drive. we.tJ table. Rear of 280O Edcewater Dr. I I I [Cntnurd On-Next Pace]

I f


As Heiress Fiance Await Trial

be pictured SANJA ANA as a, calculating[UP, ] Pudgy murderess Beulah Louise who.Overell nagged will her j.Cricket Tide C K t K t K : Dead in Autoi .i 0'. For Missing Girl

fiance into the time-tomb yacht murders of her wealthy AT r
: ORNANC.Ore. TAP A new i tAPJ) Socialite Vt. [AP A
parents, prosecutors said last night as they prepared to BEGTON.
pln. succeeded yes- 'A'62 Mrs. Emily Randolph, 30. yesterday
LBI ''a :tong
bring her to trial LEAVE
tomorrow.All | in steming the tide of Mor- jI in Bickford Hollow area by
j found dead in the front seat of
the element of a best-selling mon crIcket that threatened to AO 3/1 searchers for Paula Weldcn.

mystery tap a dten grain fields and irrigated an auto parked in the fume-filled Benningston College mig

and prosecuting --- ___ ___' farms of this Eastern Ore- '! garage at her suburban home yesterday to a decision to make student

secret conferences to map elevent r 1. Ban region. NOCAWOtf [ police reported. exhaustive investigation of

hour strategy in the I 7% Detective John Greene said two area today.' tat
The assistant county agent
18-year-old heiress and her lad JTMSOl RfMIJtNT* ionPubIi < notes signed were found on of the search
Letty Fuller, reported that "E" Membrs lOO.ma
fiance George (Bud Oollum. 21. hal ''a stepladder the garage. A sought the girl who
the insects which
for the slaying of her : t 1' a
Mr. reche found the body.
I caretaker
and Mrs. Walter paent. 15. poison trap four of vanished Dec. 1. reported that they

Another note Overel. Ma.was here were killed. Mot of the Greene said one note, addressed tried unsuccessfully to trace the

were dying. to John the wo odor. That of a dead animal.In .
added to the bizarre case one of other Randolph

the most sensational In SouthernCalifornia The poison was spread by plane Wants Effort man' "lonet- addition to going over the

when Golum's stepfather and truck a millions of the voracious ly. It In't that I lov Bickford Hollow area again today -

Dr. J revealed insects crawled I you-I Jut loved-more. the searchers will comb a
Stmel. wIhi
that a mys three miles of this 'I section around a swamp in Mancheater .
ad The second note the detective
was made from began chewing their To Deal With near West 1ountl
way RussiaBy
him on t extor produce evidence wheatland in another though. reprd. was addressed" to an- MRS. BERTHA B. LUKE, Orlando and In the vicinity DanvUe
scto. I and : Darlthg-
[above] is the Recording Brook and Stratton
that would positively horde is new Brok
dear Te don't forget-I said I would love
Gollum of the murer. virtually all its 12-mile advancing GEORGE GALLUP you foreverand I did." Homicide Secretary for the Florida Nine teams of sach-

Pour Fiday night front. Fuller. said. 'Direto American Institute of Public Opinion! squad said death was 'def In- Business and ProfessionalWomen's ers. each led by experienced woodsmen -

accompanied Dr. to a rendezvous PRINCETON N J.-American about carbon monoxidet"Former tramped carefully over
public thinking itely due to Club. She has held
with ground where the 18-year-old
in front of a the dummy Elks Club.packageleft 500 Undergraduates Russia has during the period since the war's end shown a president of the junior a number of offices in her Bennington College sophomore

remarkable sensitivity to events involving U. S. and league of Cincinnati, she was director home and also served as I might have become lost on a Sunday -
Bat the officers
waited for in Rousing of Region 4 of ,the Assn. cub
two hours without anyone Tangle i Russia. of Junior Leagues of America. Her ; Treasurer. I II hike five month ago.
The W.
pretty father.
claiming the paeaage. which Riot at BaltimoreBALTIMORE 1 _A summary of general attitudes in thi; country toward husband. John is president and Archibald Welden, Stamford

was supposed to contain $20 Russia today be about : treasurer of the Ohio Knife Co. I
bills. like appar t I eight years. Besides her husband f. Con. industrial engineer, her

BEULAH LOUISE LOVERELL TAPJ Battered but :! out Russia and other nations I Mr. Charles Reitenga who will accompany 'I mother and her two sisters, Pam

The extortion attempt was the exultant Johns Hoki University'I' 1. There are a lot of people who to her?" Auto Wreck Victims ,, the body North, she Is ela. 17. and Stephanie. 15. found
think fendl
latest in a series of mystery moves.minsing . calculating' murderess? students retured 400-pound' : Russia w co-oprat with f% replies leave little doubt survived by four daughters andlone waiting too wearing and themselves -

wtese finding of : bronze terrapin to the University us nearly in world who. Ter are.' about U. S. sentimentiContinue : Out of Hospital In. Mrs. Jo Dylhoff. Mrs. plodded through the woodland -

homes of of Maryland yesterday voluntarily a many Co-operate ...... 62% 1! Henry Weessier. Mrs. Dewey alongside Long TaIL

relatives of the defendants and f t' I yielding the mascot they did .not 2. The majority of pple1nth Leave Russia Out .. .... 31 1 Mrs. George Parker. 20. 1123 Meit. Miss Eleanor E, Reitenga i

political charges that result in surrender I a rousing battle Involving country are cnvice. No OpinIon. .m Lane Dr.. one of two vic Dugla C. Reitenga, all of'
the Attorney General 500 has to be dealIng Shad Miss Florida Fete
1 udergaduats One of the noteworthy things an auto-jeep collision at
prosecution of the from I In rtur. Maryland with Russia. Thus they give W. Church and S. Garland SLs.
c .is. I I the present polls the fact
Atty. James 1... Davis. Field Generals freed three' their support t the Truman policy abut large majorities i all the Friday night requiring hospitalization. FUNERAL SERVICES: Candidates SoughtA

A prosecution spokesman said Hopkins hostages-unhurt but ::, I Greece Tuf\ey. major was discharged from Or- i i For Loyad E. Armstrong, 71. of 1Ooe. \

it case will b ba on the claim ?k sprig remarkable haict. i|I 3. A Iotfl'eople.be1ieve that ( see us population keep on trying groups .at get t aworld ange Memorial Hospital last night. who died Friday, will be'i gl represent with both Orlando beauty and in talent the-
tat Mi "matr.mind- been caught i i|I Russia out to dominate the organization set The other victim. John Menden- held at 3 Sunday from the contest
up pjn.
1 Miss Florida Pageant
raid College Park in : 'iL i
which the '
te bludgeninz parents on world/ I(!Russia Included hal 20, 200 Jackson St. was re-
Hand Funeral St. Petersburg June 1 and
Chapel the
t deat. then blowing up I turtle was kidnapped. .I at the hospital to have Cary
their Newport Beach Some 200 policemen were *./ftie American people are veryshpit I j I Democrats and Republicans prte, good day. Four others injured Rev. C. Oo officiating. In- i i being sought by the Junior Chamber -

harbor with an amateur dynamite 1i the struggle which nee on patience with Communistic -I 1 I I alike World War II veterans hi the accident receivedemergency | trent Woodlawn Me of Comerc.Te
t b I
Quel bga
timebomb to hide the crime. motorized invasion activity in the Unit States. '' people at all educational levels treatment at the hospital mor Park. 'winner of the St. Peters
: j[They think it ought against : chow wantingto represent Florida *
Her motive the a majority
prosecution will i of 250 Marylanders attacked Uiry and were released w
claim was fear that her parentswould Hopkins cmpu early yesterday_ the law to join the Communist i keep Russia in the world organization Fda I For Boatswain's Mate 1-C ObleL. in Atlantic Cty's annual MISS '

end whatever relationship and found it well prepared. ijure
existed between the girl and Gollum. hurt.Injured. think ought to be'' These fact are shown in the Obituaries suffered in an auto Girls who wish t enter the
She had passionately ( bared from Government jobs. following : Portsmouth. Va.. win be held at 4 contest should call the JayCee

her love for him and had avo'e S. But. a poll just completedacross World War I MRS. CHARLES REITEXGA pan. Monday in the Fairchild office in the Greater Orlando

to marry the pre-medical plane / in Wa/ren/ the nation also finds a I I Mrs. Elizabeth Reitenga, '11. of Home the Rev. Fayette I Chamber of Commerce Bid?. or

o her 18th birthday April 30. large majority of the public thinkIng c i 33 N. Hampton died Friday nightat Feral. College Park Baptist telephone Orlando 6821.

Evidence will b introduced to< Crash Editor( Dies it i important that we con- !i: : I the Orange Memor HospitaL !: patr.. Orlando Me- I

show that who inherited Ii DAYTONA, Untie t try getting along with .e= !, The body will b forade by | moral Post 19, American Legion. Florists! To Open
OEACH gq for-
600.000 from her Elti-
charge of services at
Imperturbable prnt 'a a- GEORGE, GOLLUM Charles Small/ Jacksonville .ou-I Evidence bearing ths out was : I in Kalamazoo Mich. Greenwood Cemetery.CARD I Convention TodayMIAMI

ed and lonely daughter of her :, nal State editor injured a brought to light more than 88n for fuera services and inter I BEACH [API Approximately -

parents' middle age prosecutors e nagged by fiance; ? 'auto accident last Sunday night 250 field reporters for the Insti ment Mrs Reitenga had made 01 THANKS 300 from all parts
I idled at Ha in Orlando for the I The Pastor members of th. nort
claim. fax district hospital cross-section of : pat
Questioned a
1 tut Vetra ... 6% 28% 5% SundaY School of Carter's TabernacleCoiored of the open the 26thannual

yesterday. # voting public a follows: ...._ 30 6 I Methodist Churh want to thank, convention of the Florida

Maj. de Seversky aviation engineer has been chosen Small accompanying Fuller. "Should the Unie States continue Rpublcan..._... 60 33 1i i lower income least educated ,I the many good nice friends things they. have for put too State Florist's An here today.

for the second time in eight yearsas Warn Jacksonville attorney and to try t Russia t i .. 14 22 4 i i groups while being the ones whom.I. la the Sunday tha e We want I Feature of -
To Receive forer candidate for Florida Governor co-operate in setting m. thank them one and all for the 'I te meet
Trophy recipient of the international u upa I High Sol 66 28 6 'ComuI would allegedly help I Imot. spirit of teaching us to help us ing will be cow of

r JVASHmOTON TAP! Maj. Alex- trophy by the here for a speaking engage world organization or should we are groups which consistently each other Lord. Each ethers cross ida's Orchid Qen. Hol-

& P. deSeversky. flier and aware anual ment s ler. crushed chest in go ahead with other nations suchas &ol or less 56 35 9 shows the least friendliness to b.r. and each a friendly aid afford, mrs of group's annual -
er League Aviators.1g. and fel ethers care. Reported Ruby
J te heaf lon of two aut. England and France and leave .i I i one of the Ironies that the toward Russia. Rackley. banquet Tuesday night

-[ from Precedlnj Pactl 13. Articles for Sale S3. Articles for Sale -iiArticles top Sale 33 Articles for Sale 40. ret Stock and Supplies 48. Houses for Rent I| 48.1. Beach Rentals

I1Illag rnthu.ux!
PANS-Latest model 10 Inch dla- MOTOR SCOOTER-A-I .h.p. 194* SEWING MACHINES.Factory ra-- SAC EQUIPMENT at reasonable COCKER SPANIEL pnpple Merd- I B nicely furnished hem INQUIRE

33. Articles for Sale muSt np t* 3$ loch title f..I I model (150 13B bu& guaranteed. Al like new port- On 4x3 Prlntcx photographic wo Kennel Sanford. Fla Wet : onl RJ.Lk. "",up. *M. monthly 'I on ocean NOW-To 'P.rl..t. ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Robbins eonal. Wigging; B247 enlarger with 1st me
W.t"ho&e.oa. con4eDnr. Watch for, yellow sign until NOV M J. Moss. Broker dress Southwtnd. New Smyrna MAY 25. 1947 PAGE IS
OIL RANGES Whit enamel with attached
.malm. 132 8. M.ln. phone (977 I
.ld el. W.l WUos I SCREEN CLOSERS High I Bearorida.
Pr* war living room anlt (Th. II I. $_ I OTCB 3. bUr.r. floor 0& 3l4x4U and 4x5 negative errler. DOGS BAE. stripped clipped I
45 8n.Wutmor.1ad.LLjCTRIC ra"de modela H H. Parrlah Hardware. 220 quality door colr.. 1.4 Complete ready go to work (125 and btbed Small AnimalHospital FNHE. 2 bdrola. On lake I BRING THE FAMILY for a weekendor 51. Houses for Sale
REFRIGERATOR-B**.- OARAGE DOORS-$3xl; Ilk new. I S. O.al. Phone 1-14. and 1.'. Knox Co. : One 4x5 Anniversary Model Speed : 110 N. Orange: 44. one child. month vacation to cooL restful
complete hardware Pelt carpet Pin*. 2-3183 4x5 From June lit to Sept. 1st. 10 Lake R&acho Court OB Alligator Late ChEROKEE SBCTIOT '
... Phllco combination wit I oU Graphic camera complete with I E -Oood atat
plete All r.dlo one .ld two smaller eoei 'fo .tnL lclud. SAW Worbl.. pnscisionj- 1.1 rente finder peed gunS 8 cut DALMATIAN FPISW.l.. rl Ellen drive Casnelberry elrf: East *f Bt Cloud on Rt 192 3 bedroom excellent e-yil'tlo

'. 610 bd. r.lt.. ut Can b ittn at 47 I Yale l AT*. ,I Hardware on* t..bure.. Church type known. I. holder ono pack .d.pte. lebt I terdo. .21 cottage Fishing and fireplace, laundry tube kitalw
and 21 roller carriages shade. carrying cue $ complete l.nt.I clupl. 10i I swimming. Writ for detail equipment 810000 You'll like
xXECTRIC FANS Just received ap i i OARAGE DOOM-$i7* : OFFICE rRr Reception I. set work be.rD twin head 'One Mod 40 MultlUth duplicating I DOG Kibbles and X-rel; dog i objection te bab. In arms. ,12g. Claybaugh. Realtor. Melcalf B !'g.
ae Oltk and 1 panel 26 -61 !ebi"r I genuine leather Wo furnish all track Fl.
I.D rlm. fblock beenfartory overhaul 49. Business Rentals
Smyth Grant and I made deer*. 300 linear BusIness Equip 390 opDlal. l.cll, and supplies OI.Ddo PN1HE2-bedrom. Eu.ptof
C. : assembled ready to .
LUIHr mouldrred casing. On : I II I I way I med complete ready }o x-<-el Store. Dial 2-3524 ) col. to Sept.6th .
Railroad i table all new Writ P.O. N. Orange. 5454 operate N*. 30 (1490; No SO. $2490. and .1 Includecheck Inby i I : only. 2-4274. i I BC1ING *q. feet for (tor- CAMP SITES..
ELECTRIC: LW WOWE.OD.u.lr. -I 2709 Orl nd .Fl.. B' OUOA MOTOR-ETlnrud* 2.0 1-3 deposit with orde. Prompt de- factory to your office for only I HORSE MEAT-Hill (. Frozen Fivethousand w.rebou. or wholesale and
I.n I.P. reelnG Also Old I'lnf. Amertesn .. McPhtr- I 8400 Write phon or wire-first used weekly In CT OE-Ulfrlbe. 1-bedroom I business Small manufacturing I We offer two Improved camps each
2628 St I .. 8t Louis $. Mo check get this valuable 1 Orlando Bold : Brownie Kennel plant
priced JeUen. I I OAS STOVE New Used only 3 canoes I.ntb and If I equipment : rOm. bt. eletrcklrhe. or packing hoU. Excellent 10 ea an excellent lak*. Number I u
ELECTRIC TROLLING WOTRWIU 1 month*. Inquire t 101H BordmaaSt.orcall modela Floe Cattle ConstructiOn t SAIL BAT-llft For further In- I to Th Florida Citrus Reporter Win.terilaen. Shop. Marts Magnolia Couple only .o .. WID.r Pat. :, cs tlon Orlando Ave.. Winter Pak 3( acres excellent eement b"

ben duty 11 7384 I Ii I Ii Co. Ph 22t8.PRECR'o.Ud. for.Uon Wilte Park. I Florida Phone_ 2-i41. I I IRISH SETTER-Male. 4 moa AJC C. t tONe completely I Owner Phone 4875. house large porch electricity Nui

er ._ _ _ i OARBAOE CANS.-10. 30 and 25I .. Model 2-A S.t.or Sun, or atr pm SURVEYOR LEVEL ROD-Practically I registered Delorea Thompson./. i BERoM-Hoa.: COnyemeDe; June I GROUND FLOOR ROOM 12x20.I 2 his 10 acre with two cement
FANS.-..Several type at i I gallon heavy duty also B-t alien oil :I cb.lie. 8CALECOmPutln5 24 Ib. capacity I new. Used less than 1 month. Chaie Packing House. Wlndermere I I 10th to Sept 4th. per monU.I .Po'eul..a. 423 South Orange | homes electricity Let us show ytI
uC Bumby Hardwar box Ph. 370. Mornlnss 24302.PpOP.TCOATLadJ5. Reasonable Ph. .. 5503: writ Thunander A I these for home or camp
Dial Clarence
i cant and sprinkling cam H. H. Par- I Iree. New. I Lnl"o. Ibon. 17el. I L
Dp& 10 : I J. B. ) Okahumpka Fla PUPS-7 wka old I ,
Wr. bid .
102 W. run 220 8. Phone t 1:30.I light bIiiiTiii leh.I.r. PIE OFFICE SPACE and service
C.rch.E1ECRIC Had".r. ora. I stock BrownIes I NEW. MODERN 3 'room house fur. t.leploD. I Hall Bros. Agency Reason. 112 HOraag
I marine Wallboarda for CLOSET PIO. Centrally Parker
: INsutO..tl _con, I 2-14. rTWOD.u.. Ab.tOD. b.rd for waterproof ,length New. ala 1. Call 5943.I I hardware; Complete Make : 1.1 Shop: phone 4239SPITZ j 1 clthed or unfurniihed Ge. King I Busine'sService. 321.lo.t.d.Pine; Av*. Phone &U9.
Umnrl Polr. GASOLINE la. Brln 1 SOLAR HOT WATIRHIATIRSManufactured. -'-, closet : 1401 W Washington 218.PERMANE
Church ENOINE1, and Nebraska larger Southeast Steel fine short I
Bumby I PUPPIEThee desire ef-
Had.a. BU.tID Due Vil I I Installed and ro Co.. 100 W. Amelia I hair 9week RtN
S-lneh tabl. I Drive I ,' dlwn.t.lr. A. .bi. m.I. I VACANT 6 room cottage near with
model. Orlando I house On right APpt. BI.bw.r 1' ,I PAN&lG1 In. wht knotty p.led. D.On.-.I.. pb. Inl.1 2.144.i I old. On .I.U homel.d. ta I store but. Colonialtown. (40 per trc 11.dID..ne facilities Approdl.t'PI. | COLOtlALTOWN-$1500 do*J. C:
80.1. Ptur I 1 for _n. i I COME TO THE STORE Belt to Post green cab truck on Orange month Writ B. H. Coolldte "Homeacres -- ft you you into a really nlr y -
w. .
Co: 141 11 Cbucb. QIRMAN BOOKS-<6>. Pct.1 and 20 panelling W.lt It at Mill wo.ld Mebraaka jSHAWE pSri.ct I Office. Maltland. for antique I near Church St. after 10 a.m. .. RFD Winter Ial Fla I 2,00.I.. In leded of city. or I horn ..Balanc like rent 8.* W

i erlp&Included "Wet. I curio china linen*. silverware. Jewelry I TROPICAL I'ISH-2 gallon aquarium; NEW 6-ROOM HOUSE from June 10 downtown Industrial area, will be Ini I Mathewt with J Daniel lOuu BiokI

I 114 E I plywood I I W ( leather goods. furniture electrical I (2.95. Zebra and pearl danlos; Sic I to lit Completely furDI.h.d.For terested or willing to share buildingI I 206 S Main, 7(11
rN1 FOR SL-ple.,865 ev* GARDEN HO8X 50-foot leortha.heavy ; f I iLYODW.trprOf this Rc rront: kinds of metal I supplies tool*, new link and pair dapples 25c pair AD.el (3 'SpL ." call Mt. Dora 3932 I I and rent Write Box 423 8-Ir._ COLLEGE PARK--JnstT l;' 7"I -

lym. rom ; I duty "..D. Special 86 95B week Pine Caitl Ultn. Aluminum roof- I lavatory Many other Item pair C. Bill 1226 I SUITE of 3 offIces and b.ticont. I tance off Edtewater Drive. E>'
sofa bed. $39 6; sw .w.r4ob. mirror it J Benrlc*. corner Boon. and i tlon: BU I ins and aiding Also aluminum garage TOY POMERANIAN PUPPIES. 7 SHARE-WIH-w 4n.lr 12-year-telephone I Decorated to suit prnt doc- to Princeton School tor th* r* eiW
835. 2248.PINoNeal old -
front. ; 8PI.C. ; dlID'rom JackionQARAOC door Automatic type Southeast 33-1. Graduation Gifts I' week; registered Old Apopka Roadat Ilr1 Fr | tor. dentist or insurance (60 yearly have a real bargain to th'i ,1 >

luit baut. IS 827 50.Ok DOOR OP&NJ.tm.U.You new low mo., Steel Sale Co. 100 W. Amelia Ii near Dlb.dre.d; 2-13. I leas M. J. Most 13th. Broker. 132 room concrete bungalow (3,CCO
role top b.rl't .lrlb&EseUen' eODeltlOD: downstalrg.Ph000 1.14. HarD.St. I BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED upper 8 Main Phone 6977 will handle this to tee H B W'with .-
ple. bedroom : Hollywood I doors op. cO. ou them.a.tI (300: Ph WIDte Park. 21-U. EARRING SPECIAL real bargain: 837. I;I duplex 2 bedrooms On yearly bails. I Harold Shepherd Rca.LO.. .

bed. leather bed bd. bargain.S3950. I See display at our luchn. I PIANO Some household furniture.Practically I STORE FIXTURES-Approximately close out at SOe. values to $7 SO.Herman TROPICAL FISH aquarium alrI (95 Call W m. Mathews J. D.D1.1 STORI.BUILDING. WANTED-5ulu E. Washington St Phone < .
abelvtn and BO ft. tablee .It J34
frd. BmrU 50 ft _
; room I :a Office 27 W. Church I I pump plant supplies Harry Coster. able for fountain luncheonette
3pl.co wltr lyl. Lumber Co. N. *. I II I new. 113S Shady Lane Lan Kelar. Broker: dial '
$ compl.t.Ut I lit grads epr. well con.&uc'e..nl.bl. I 13$ Drive; off Lawrence 1. small building desired, Ph 2-2403 CITY LIMITS-Rusaeii U' 3T V.
.uU b and 22
\lt.50. 3.6. ;. R.Uroa. I I Prlv for or .trrom. OUS- rlnf. A I Rdnwo. Park COTTAGE- Uxxie r block from corner Bui,b: ai
piano. Just rD" 7.SO $125; I GOLF CLUBS-Kro-Pllte. t Ironi. 3 I I PIANO-Upright. la food condition Monday 11 1 no.5.Rooms I I .rf.ei your boy. H. H. I Grov St. Cloud Beautifully SO. anted Rent Conway road. 4 room and bath '
b.D tUD'4 220 3. Orant AKC Wire Hair Terrl.r. to
.bed $ I.Ue Golf shoes. j I Inquire Kelly'*. Perkins road. 1nille 3 and S. 24 W. or call H.rdwae. REGISTERE. Dihed. Electric stove water healer i cubed trim hour Large .Jt f ?

lee bZ$ '..omplt; ". 11.$ all I. wo.: 15 a-g701. '1 south of Pin CltO. Winter Park 789-J Phone 2.14.ORDUATON .beautifully female marked Outstanding I shower enclosed < APT-.2 or 3 room Utilities furnish tree*. S3,SOO cash or terms. Fh 3-

$45. Ipl.c br.t. .t:. GALVANIZED ROOFING-). % PRUNING SHEARS Snap Cut.'I SAFES-Heayy. all steel medium G18 girls Wrist Three months DUlpleL old. 2312 Oberlln porch. and garage Beach and dockrlghta ed. Twin bed*, electrical refrlterai 3450 days.

$26 50. % hp motor double bed and boxspring. I "Wlaa.* several ether l.tea long ill*. (125' Orlando Furnltur Co, : erOH': p.rl Street Season or year i prlvat bath. Permanent r ildentt COLLEGE PARK-New br11T- -

C. 72 W. Fin a FhoB 4070. studio couch washing ma and short handled* also saws.H. 141 and B15 W. Church. braelet pin: luggage NEAR CLERMONT on large estale I! Reference furnished PO 2 bedrooms Metal aaab, v.o *

chine paint and lacquera. Ice boiea. H Parrlah Hardwar. 220 8. SCOOTER-.Cushman 1946. L.n Offce. 27 W. Church. 41. Poultry and SuppliesBABY I 2 furnished guest houses for rent Box 2453. i tile bath oak floors ma -y a

plcbe 01. tM electric Or.a. Phone 1-14. and "'tr.Da. GRADUATION GIFTS bort'-Wristwatches or ... One has living room sod AFARTM1NTClose I feature Lake prlvilete. *J<>* > ex
pumN 'De .Id.ea la Middle
FURNITURE SPECIALS-Bed ofa. h..tr. .. cabinet PRESSURE COOKERS well- 1110. Ph 3-3882 ; billfolds; lull. Vsl-A- one bedroom bath and very nice I! aged balance eaay Roper Rfajij, Ch,. i
i .e"dIUon CHICKS U. 9 Pullorlum tested coupl Permanent residents No
I seals. refiKtralor. beverage I! A b Pak. tIe sets; key military I electric kitchen screen porch (7S and Main: 2.3433.
cell spring \ tween $:30 and $
coUCUI.compltl me' known IVt and sins for future delivery i children or pet Must b* clean, good
box. pump. HomeS 1.\ hair brushes Herman Loan Office .tok. Im.dl.t per mo The ether. 3 and I
rebuilt and reuPbol.tr.d w.te Burpee canner and hem SPEED BOAT On Supplies rol. location Best or references. Ph (443 COLLEGE PARK Modem a-room- -
I pre.ur I 27 W. Church Puln bath completely furnished (AS
cell N*. 14 wire 1* per 1' I.W Blu per
neutral .prl. 2/1. Iwl' 'oLI aealera. H. H Parrtxh Hardware. frame house completely fdnJahn
t'Plm. 0lde. ran taken In on If you Orl."do X-Cel 3-3524 I APARTMENT-HOUSE
Both have to
ltr. lake 2 children
cule. mo. access
; I 10th St.I Telechron b.t Screened
II.ck ro PdUD' Phone 2-1(41 porch attached
coutrel. 120 12208 I Orange speed boat at price com ELCIC CLK Limit xtrag
combination I and BABY CHICKS-Tuxedo Feed Store and tennis court L. A. Bro (50 Near bus or College Park. Large lot
upb.lteed 2 OARBAOK PAILS Garbage can: PHONOGRAPH. to the Sanford Boa Work at one*. Iodel. color U. S. approved Pullorlum tested ker. Winter Park: ph. 2. References Ph 2-0340 88,950 Alien Jcur-wn
&ectrlP.ctc.l I dVsltn Electric
I Co. 23 Realtor
green I X 140 N "
leterdt. I $._. can; lawn tool Smith S17 531 I Phone 1132 906 W. Church, phone 2-2S21 or 7336 Orange, 86.i. Spoclausing -
mahogany _De. Church. APT house "
ultra-fin dD. rom Lumber Co, N. Print and Railroad or ; modern permanent In Home
auius. AU turns In this prewar : I PUMPS-.Centrifugal pumps for groveand SCALES-Slightly used Toledo ,c'le. ELIZABETH ARDEN newfij"lreasurettV CHICKS- u.UI ..ord t.t. 47. Rooms for Rent business couple. Rent (SO. Phone CLOSE IN ,
GARAGE DOORaWoodea. alnmU i .. -2-story 8 rorins 2 I
Cask or I Trade allowance or special 2-4689
and quality merchandise. I Irrigation I Rocks.
f.r lp '
kit In black floor
terl. Jenkins Furniture bd.ll. Smyth urn Lumber and ateeL Co. .N. our Orange dliplay andRailroad. A Supply Co.B30 W. Church ( I 4$ W Central Are, phone 2-4142 81.1 and smart to be used or for I Leghorns Our election breed and I AMELIA AVE. 704 E. 61 .Dlll HOUSX OR APT.-3 adult Seven Porto cochere.throughout.Z-eai garaire J* it a

219 BDO gt, ph 2-3'". |i PIPS and nUIDIa black and Ilna 8HOIINTdrU bag I well as roomy enough for ass: IS.iS10.. COD. Biddies.Griffin rom rate privet Phone entrance 278J1CLOSE Near. 11. J,I years la present rental. Box 4338star laundry Large lot well UiRrr-

FLOOR: COVERING Inlaid and lied *. Florida PP' I the generous supply of beauty estentlsls Modern kitchen. Complete : inU a*
flneoleum yubber-like n OROVX SPRAYER-Tractor take eteel.u.B. Supply Co. 630 w. Church; Il'. bicycle HI x Muriel Ph. 5401 which I contains $$ 25 Mc- FRYERS for sale to tODume. 111.PrlDclP.l IN-Cool attractive alr-con- HOUSE-Settled business woman will Including linen*, bedding, d.ine. ill.ver. .

tlBjn rl"e brdt.I' at Oliddena.ansFans 3S pump BOA eallon I I POWER Lw"wU-W SCREEN DOOR and UP Elroy Pham.c. 125 8. Orange only. Calo I dltloned Twin bed*. running take lease and be responsible for washing machine ftrtr ir not
Perfect condition. Ph. r
seleotloa Week days.OOLPCWPPMatehsd. 2-32'1 Wind F.lrb.lh Anlu.. [ Knox Store I last I LAMPS-All "P. 1/3off on all T.I. wgter Private bom $35 month 2 or 3 bedroom home Call late afternoon lets Most reasonably trued. Wir8y
cl ___ 110. r .
Bt small Ian .18". : 3Soanidins PLAT GROUND EQUIPMENT-stsnd- [ Fine Phone 23163.TACKLE lamps Co. 23 J FRYERS-Mr* and cletn Se what Call 7433231.LO8l or evenings: 2-7(71 tmj 625 K Pint: 4641

$9.95 up. Orlando Appliance C 210 wood 10 Bobble. ard and custom built. Most appropriate -. BOXES Tackle I Church I you buy. This week onl Phone IN-444 Osccola 81 HOUSE. 2 bedroom; unfurnished or CLOSE IN-2 block from tint! o

K Orante Av.. 4537 Iron. Leather bag Unit tell at one. I gift for growing on I boxe several type arid erJ= PIANOS-For graduation a new 6430 I room: twIn bed Double beds. $ partially M, Reasonable 5413 or Avenue 3 bedrooms. xfra la -

frjpo8TS10.each. 'B..steal. 75e BBS $17 B. Church 3-4078 display. Southern Metal rbldrD. Store Co. 25 X Pine Phone anlnet Light mahocany. dark NEW HAMPSHIRE cockerel hatched week Single and double. Box 159 SStar.RESPONSIBLE living roof room. aU oa one f x>r, l

J. .25 W. T.l Pine Castle Fla Ph 2-0020 mahogany or walnut $525 to $1075 from hens direct from Twichelistrain. CLOSE IN-3 block from National COUPLE and Improvement*. Lot t r t
H.ddOk permanent
,. C. OASOLINK XNOINX Clinton Itt Joseph 131 Magnolia. 2-2090 i flno for improving your Bank airy rooma hot water nicely landscaped with 14 Ian*
AT I coat. TYPEWRITER DISK. 6125.ext. resident desire 3-bedroom fur
Hide la B.I"
PAINT-Brocado. one rus trees
all engine and
H P air-cooled
purpose eb.l. I plenty of
flock J. Box 214 N. Garland StCOLONIALTOWN shade. Ami
M Orlando j ;
11 231. Vlehl." I"n.rprln. nished house or apartment located
YRIZZIR CHEST- ** ft .pa Florida Supply 630 W. fllll smell crack *4 B5 per I Il. room for erecting garaae aparunar.
$11,. Ilk pew. priced r.bt Poln- I Ct-urch IP. phone 511 C.. Ilt Smyth Lumber Co, N. Orange 34. Articles Wanted -2 lovely bedrooms In desirable section Must be neat, or court Price $10500. te -

aettia Motor Court. 441. 'i : TAP AND DIX 8XT-Greenfield. PULLETS-35 Auttra Whit, .I I close to everything. Reasonable clean, Will maintain It that war Jamerion and Carter. Realiors. "tj Xosfs
mllegNol city limits OAS UOETaNe. tt AUCTION Still J from AJax Hatchery. Quincy. Ph 22777.CLOPI I Expecting_child. Ph 5061 Phone
3tt PAINT...Ontidd* white and colon Complete with drills tape and die 00 WAN u I A.T. Wuxtc Carts.
FURNITURE Wicker lt 4 plea: I .ln.L .32.. I'DWo From S3.SO a ladon Parking rn from else Vi la up to and Including t time to .Iu.bl.t the I Beginning to lay Can be seen at ( IN-Large cool rooma Single DENTIST WANTS to rent 2 or 3

bed. tie 'Dn.I I rear off South 8t Wo dellTer. ArnoMPaint 1 la Suitable for machine shop or auction for Thursday .. Call I Raleigh l i 8*. _ and double. Summer rates 26 W. bedroom apartment or house Unfurnished ciTY LlMns-Modern S-room

m.t .q HolbwO Cu' o ..e.; *.. I I OA&N la HO8K.nrl 25 price and SOfot Store. 407 8. Orange; 2-3'" garsgs.Ph.2-2573. 11 I.w York 81 i i 1 2-0156 for Sale fr*.appraisal 733 W Ci.ercim5t.OamingAuction TURKEYS-SOe lb. Hatching ens. Concord Au.CLNIAL Box 3J6S preferred, small child. PO af cypress construction, oak t hi; -

140B JeU.ra" ll.th C,, X. Pin*.10u. PIANOS-Knable console. ((95. New TYP&W Uadewo lawn- 20c. Poults 50c Falrvlila Poultry DR. 802 X. Bedroom I screened porch Urge lot (7000 (40
and .d pl los a. PboD and Joseph B.le,. '3 tl.Pboa._101. I I Axii'urnlturs of all kinds, W Farm- : dial 5927.TVRKI'jSYoung. .ll window I equipped LOCAL: BUSINESS COUPLE would dowa Alien Johnson Realt 1 i-

PUIUUrRt.It to pr cD' 131.HO b.uUful. TYPEWRITER Corona I log machines anything you I tender, weights .2-burn..Iectrl pl.t In very like to rent home Unfurnished N. Orange (612. 8pclaiuiaar la
lour Bass I WATER JtTZ S..10.3 NunIU. 2-201. pr to aell Prtgr 10 20 Ibe Poutand esc*. C. small .. bu Month or year Phone 5617 Home.**
OB p.rcbUL hrtur.Co. 40 .. PIANOS-For A now ease r 1 I .I.ut
crduUoD. .IU r"I".lb W. FineSt. Dial
625 W. Curcl & aa Appliance .pdtp.. Orange I spInet .. .. dark 'De. 210 PIO SU .. Co. 7 : D Wld.r Jr.Turkey Farm: 6913 I service ARMY OFFICER and wife desj' COLOKIAL-1X>WN_Home with J'"bed

jjjijiirr, before ,.buy- I ATO_Phone CtO 3.D" :1 mahogany Lll' '. B525 to (1.075. 2-.. I DIAMOND WANTED-About V to *4 SEX US ABUT-Stat Chick*-Aa; CLOSE IN-First floor Good bed sri 2 bedroom furnished house located rooma sleeping parch. Neat as a

At Moore Fttrnltur Co. Xd- Joseph Bailey 736 Magnolia 2.2090.pI3TOIO.rman TXLK-Your bath and kitchen la rustproof c.ra perfect stone, from private I'' age wek.. Lt O* I, Adjoining bsth Cool comfortable la desirable section. Preferably Pla Garage, and built In wash house
water Drtv In Collet* P.rt.IRrWo.a Addrn L Hoover. Box 1511. I Wood Chick Co. ofMaltland 309 E. Roblnion suburban, Must be Beat and clean. with new washIng machine
Permatil Fro anu
bed and coll HOIST-2 boom complete*. S hand .prte. tlv9 MM with Mauser holster (.utm.-. Bob SweeBey. Phone 213.et.t I on Rut 17-92. CLOSE IN Cool pleazant. single Will pay up to $100 per month oa Mangle. Magic Chef stove reriggra'

and rtool wmee. and lower wit can be cellent I condition. AUo. small aluminum Remington model DIAMONDS ..tce. Jewelry old ZER BLOOD TESTED (9.95 sleeping porch room Prlnt home. year lease Box 412 S-8tar. tor, radio and complete funu-.lng.

$ burner ...c* on stove. A 1* good' rl. *. $195. Holler C.rC b.t perfect condition with TYPIWRE recoDdltol.d(35. Cell R JC. Still sold. Highest 32 W.price.Church 5. M'I I pr 100 lie each la chct lota $15 month C.1 7435 51. Houses for Sale day throughout., Offered You at only can,move In W., ,
Fh 3-2777 ___ lit W. ear ear-top e.rle "due'd. aUld. Je..le. Ribbon Hatchery Dept 15 CLOSE Eola Air conditioned balance down ann
tladltou. .ad & c.t.LDE Highest offer takes it. .11.T1& I ELECTRIC RANGE-Good condltoD 215 Forsyth St.. 8.W. Atlanta Oa .I-Lk rooma laundry.phone ADAIR LAKE btCTION-New bun- lea than rant. Plea** let a*

PR UOB ke.S&Hardware. card t* P.O. Box $5$. Leeiburg. Flor- '0al recaps with tube, I Also electric ice box $ f. SPECIAL PRICES and why 208 X. RobInson Ave aalow. 100* OX Leaa. Telephone If know tow you can go wrong .a th.
b..dlll' I H TRUUSPao.leul I lid. for .ld..II. Good condition. Not over cash V."e you are collecting rent receipt
Phono Plltm.nt 343 : :: I Sudan Government selected Parka CLOSE IN 500 StreeT each
2 Tl bo..btte : 14. eek. pric*. I. ier ufdi at South Mala month? Thl Is an exclusive lii
2-1841 I A P.tOr. 3 W. Robinson PWERUn-.OWJ.w. Win canvas spe- train Barred Rot for foundation Nice room at Summer rtel Apply ADAIR PARK-3-bedroom tile bath log wIth Wm. Mathews with J, DaDI,1
TAAULl8U. .rp.
7 ATO (125 Ioklnl. ship by Pan now I modern bungalow. Now Kolar. Broker,
FENCX'POSTByproaa; ft jDI. 1M. reduced Pb. Sun,,12 ho 4
7ii 10 P.IL
ass 281 h 8t Angfbllt Repair Shop e.I tr.t. 11. x ; I x FISHING BOAT-30 to 65 1.000 Pen pedigreed pullet
2 to 6 ID. butt I.' POT ., metal tand. x x B. F. let | S7iu 1203 Gunnlion. It not sola, will Monday all day. 7511.
S butt. $ 100. Ltto JWO wlb 25 X. Pin*.111.1S I Pedal-Ton*. all colon dry Garland and Robinson AT*Orc Suitable for charter work- chicks weekly T. high class Private bath. Near rent June Itt. Phone 2-19.49 after Sp.m.Ownef60prgmiss i CONWAV Near
Co. PAN bu
atr. Fhl. Jack C. and T.
I. Winter Park IDI Soc a caL Bryant Lumber Stela. 11 Lucki 8t, M W, Cockerel from eld hen egg weoffer 'I CSE IN-ol I dajt itorcg
C. Pon. II.FRNIs.nao shuts t 1311.HAI Co. 1220 Spur 8t. TRACTORS and equipment-FarmaU AU.nl..Oelrll.. at lie earn; $10 -100. We pay Oril. ReIOD.blt. 644 Mtgpolla room cottage. water BghU. Ko"oenplod. .
couch: I BIO LARK finIshed
2102.PUMI. PAIRVIXW Home inside,
by Owner
hand Model U oa steel lights delivery and safe arrival $2
complete, ,.bl: CPEh.ulona.. electric deep and shallow .tre. FURNITURL WANTED! Good and .ua.nt. the lak*. 170 ft sand beach 200 ft. 650; 51.000 cash. Loran
rubber .
en front: L aa bad Any thinned COD you CLOSE IN-Uv* at OrsSL Dunn, proaj
Buml' quantity. Cochraa Fur
radio 3230 B. Bumby Avo Hardware 102 W. Church w.l Xaty payments nothing down rubber John Deere WI.1 Noa D ..a.t.1 nltur call 2-0931 or 3-3367. &Son. West P.II Il. .o. Pak. and enjoy U.view .1'Lk Lucerne.Summer I oa highway. 600 ft. deep; small bearIng S N. Brown: 2-1269.
little a* (5 month Belmaay grove and beautiful oak and
broom Ir DRIVE.
FROZEN Elulm.D' HOUSE but & bU rt. Plo. 802. WEST P btUn
BRM8T. Well Drilling Pump Supply palm Th Horn
1. furnished. 3
SItf, sal. Mill t. Co, 102 rubber Houston 're and 45. Apartments for Rent CLOSE IN-Deslrabl* cool -, Usl two-story. four-bedre be-it
beast I ..UI Brwa. Winter Garden Rd, mil east FURNITURE WANTED-If Its lurnltur COre bedroom 2 bath, modern kitchen
cabinet. 1 iai atump puller or log akldder. RIft completely and nicely Td
10 boil .wra* 1 Connecting bath furn; R
flttlBt. 1 *** case. dipper Cunh. Orb VUt. Orlando 1h. 70S7rOSTURK motor! 1932 Diamond T 1 Sb room lovely porches. Buy It for less thin duc,d to $1500000,
link AVE 2007 .
E Bt
&uck. -3 room Summer rates. 332 E South va P-e
now will boy Mather of Or SU.000 and II
you get a bargain C.
extra HOW Stool. with
and tubing .glp fRE.hou.tr. CHAIRS- Several heavy grubber plows: I& OHirra-Moor.
aplll.t, furnished apt. On 3-0838.
bus JOi
.opp. KeU dl line Adults 1 I Ki
.. H..r. CLOSE IN R Xmerick. Realtor $10 N. Orange.
ment. 1. gtorage d1 geit and bsck. harrows: until tools Mutt be told only -Hller"L RO
pVnians cableut and new compressorThetabte Tint tor Department. 102 WChurch.. e. .2..' Limited atock .4u.SIU. fore June let Make me an b. I.D4.56 X Church &Phone 2-3(0$. single or I Tel 7345.BEVERLY. aab.

I* set .B* tot this prof- HOUSE-7 room, to be mond W.k Wheel Co. 401 W. Central Howard Newer ill? St. CLOSE IN-Larse room for Hint ment Seml-prlvat bath and shower horn with si ii..

liable buslnes* a great reduction offer Pieaieteiepiuons 12. Cloud. Fla U & FURNITURE-Uwd stoves, ice boxes; housekeeping child acc'Pt4 Private Mtala SHORES-NIC* 2-story. 3- story floored five attic,large cellar room'wljj Bait

In prico for lulDmta& Tt abov HOT WATER BTR&.te and Above Sewing machine. Call bctor you b.tt.071. CASSEERRY Atalea Lodge. bedroom horn of masonry construc double *k floors t5f \
1* practically perfect city gas b. KD PLUMBING SUPPLIES. UPHOLTY pARC. New pat ell. W* pay lop" price SewcilThurmond CLOSE IN-3-room and bath .P.r Amerlca Hotel; riding boric tion. Nicely landscaped loll fruit .$00.00. Decorate iyMt> this and Pure

working cndlUoD Phone 4(7-J. more* Co. 25 X .Phone 2-11. It.Ddad and colors fl.lt. Brown. 2911 )urnltur Co, 7: W. Pin I ment Furnished Also fishing hunting la season Winter trees serai Owner going North the prestige and convenience of en
t.r. u
Coco luDe. '11 additional HOUSE-T* Bath tuba. lavatories toilet. toilet R 8t thaI 4070 Adult only Phone 2-4669 Park '1.W.FRANKU wants to sell priced right, convenient excellent location Call SAles Fl k wi

l"forl.Uot.FRI. 1500 block l 1094 Ar1Dlt o wree., .t. .... electric and oil water VARNISH Or.n.-Utility Spar varnish. *pelal *- OLD GOLD-W* pay I11Dea price* COLONIAL DRIVE. 802 X.-Bedroom ST. 730-Single. neat term can be arranged Call for L. A, Hirra-Moor 2-2380 109jt. Pine
MlUa-Ward Furnl- toll pipe and for diamond old with 5 windows It Bryant with Marti Williams, Realtor,
Rock Lake A. 1..tr. ttUDIa cop price this week Bumby Hardware ( 'kb. ; eulPP with man; talesman I CONWAT ROAD--3-bodroomr
109 S. Meu.te. and fttunti Freeman. broken 2 21 W. Washington 8U Phone (106. xrama.
P.r.lor."for. silverware.herkman week
buying used furniture. '1. ICE CREAM FRE"WI. .plp W. Church. Lbb7 102 W. Curb. J'.Ur.. t.t.. Orang I i htlelt51.r : *"u* r.U: per bungalow Vacant unlumlihe
Mountain" 2. .ld 71 VENETIAN BLINDS-Factory under 11 100 AVE. 1r..t. Attractive room*. price 88,400. with on* $4 JOO oath
RrR&tud" eouchet "'.1 Knox Store Co.. X. Ilat Wo offer aluminum i OFFICE MACHINES and IUD,tU' CONCORD AVK, .on Oranto or doubl Semi-Private b.t: BRYN MAWR AVE.-Modern 3-bed- balance in J years. WB have th* key
m.tUe. coil Irl$ 2 P. .pructo.. site SOc per ei. Get our price Check with Oeone i i I Small apt.; reasonable Mlddleaged Kitchen privilege Phone 9706 room bungalow of Individual design Frank Crebs. Realtor 007 MeteaJf

utility cabinet $1495: .1.ln 1.1. 2-11. PINOVi. modern. Ileabe ft. at factory. delivery Stuart 13 8. Main 8t,_phone B lad. '1 couple with good references. Box 413 Attractive double offering spacious rooms ample closet Building, phone 2-1710,
Furniture. DfTXR-COM SYSTIMIxecutonoGives JI.e41.t HYER ST. 623 N space. everalied lot. lak privileges
with *
Whltmlre 30 bah T.n Also wooden make WHEi.L CHAIR-With foot tc S-la. CONWAY AND SeoUon.
you control of every .I..I. I room beds also single room. BUMPY New
and the best neighborhood
.t. if la construction -
FRUIT JU CRA .0 letlOB. I department-enables you to speed up euled. Rbluol'a 11 I. estimate af no .. Orlando I Mot too larse Reasonable. : ::I FURNISHED APARTMENT-Winter.I Near bus Tin Grill and (115OO. bungalow Largo rooms; 3 b '

I and Co. 2( X. production get Dor work don. Fla a. 133. Venetian Blind Mis Co. 1739 S' 1. nII. j I Park. Combination living room and LAKE IVANHOX.0 SECTION Front term available convenience.Alien Johnson. Real rooms Nice large kitchen pie--

Phono 2.3163.AiUBUuiilINO5.47.. Business Equip 3" M. Orange PICNIC ICE BXn.no juts Kuhl: (059 1 WE PAY highest cash prices for old I bedroom Electric kitchen Dishes i corner bedroom In nice tor. 140 N. Orang 612. --Specialls-cabinet Immediate poawiiion yn

Hendrtek AT*. IUt.Dm laraa ."ormeDt BUlb .. *. BUNDS days delivery and diamond Jewelry in I linen and silverware Utilities fur home Steady business man or prh.t trl". ins In Homea** bus and stores $7350 terms. Sam
Army Air Fld. Sebrtn Flo. Si*** 101 W Churb. VEE cheap blinds when yea say 1at: :: City Lutttt and nished. Bummer rental. (20 weekly.A ed nurse preferred Telephone 2-2129_ Johnson Co. 20$ B. Main

23x51: ft. ft. These building Installed ait PUMPS-For lbs t.r or hem*. Big can get the best for lust a few celt' .. CI.. cor Or'll at Church. c Golden Brote. 1121 OrlandoAve. BENJAMIN fiT.-Winter Park. hew CLOSE IK-Bungalow, Partly firf;
tiding .OUU Near ..). LIVINGSTON AVE. 620 3-bedroom block boui*. partly furnished
wood E.-Dull.
sheeted and
storm new used more Made la Orlando by W&- uldep. Nice condition
.nd ..r hT double hung window aDt. tp. Avdevan. 2501Idtewater Stack Pam ItUo. Js Horn Machinery..u,, at 10 Kdsewatar Dr. ph. 1-4S.C.rle your BUY YOUR Ji* or.Winter Park I IOAOI beds; Innertprtngs. Phone 9307ORANQE large electric refrigerator, screened front porch, 2-car garage Largg

Real buldla. priced to **1L All 2-11. 430 W. Robinson lOl.. APARTMENT-Unfurnish laundry _pilvlleses I Will b* sold with business lot 50 ft. 2-larg lots clot to school and store
VENETIAN Custom built.
10 fUr'c". Complete with. BUD C'I bedrooms Really nice.Phona AVE 473 S.-Uvlng-bod- frontal on 11w!. 17-92. all for $6850. (6000 term*. Sam Johnson
Co., 20$
Special ft. ,
pip bo' (U duct. Pric U$each ICE REFRIGERATOR lb.; 30 q Pn-c. WE BUY used luinlture Call us bc- room nicely furnished Private House and lot on Benjamin AT*.. 3. Main
This price 1* than the alone gal. hot water tank with kero- PLUMBING SUPPLUS delivery RadbUI Venetian Co. lor telling. Otiando Furniture 2-5. bath Breakfast privilege In without busIness lot. only (5250 AC .
would cost. .* J. R. pil worth. lena heater Xach tlO. Joha Rogue. 1B3B Hollenbeck Dr.I phone 2-417- No 6W>re. 013 w. Church phone Co HARWOOD AVE. l1ompletefurnla.d. rOM Golden. Broker 1121 N. Orlando COLLEGE PARK-3 bedroom frame
H.I".. City phone 4961. Box 357. Apepka. PlaICE Toilet bath tub*. lu.tri. 1b VACUUM and 1 bedrol. ST JAMES HOTEL-South and Rosa Ava. iNear Maltland Underpass). bungalow, hardwood floors cur

F.. Iba 125 Portable aow. slam w.t. 1..tr upright CN.a..U that'a I Ireally I 2-8& .bowe b.t. living room Ind.umme rt.*. Single 1 Winter Park. Open Sunday. porch garas (7650 term!. Jones
BX-10 b.t pi I. H.rr'. Plumbing C. KM.) a ml.L*T. Orlando 35. all electric scrten- C'I_92S3 with M J. Moa. Broker. I3J: S. Main
t.r 125 Safe Oil
FLOOR SAMPLE f..LD M.Jlto rdio. R AT*. u. and Wood ed-ln porch rent to 610 X. Lara CLOSE IN--t blocks from Grant Phone. 6977
.A1.I. a Service. N. WASHINGTON -
liable Pak WI r.po
( S. bed-
l.ulr. WCM'DD S.le 1. OrDI I AT*. Story and M bungalow 2
sible adults June 1st privatebath.
eub''leL 80'.$ sale $79 95. C.ro.I Ice_Station oldeDro R.d. Ph 411 2-0959 1 FUEL OIL-A full ,.1 la ..afcr.I lit for $50 month No pet*.o Jo..j airy. rol.place wlndlw.for men 1 rooms. itS bath on first floor. 3 CLOSE IN on Highway 11jbg
lina divan rtula. ICE CREAM Snow VENETIAN BLINDS Aluminum out. |I Phone V021..Hav tank filled. I Oo b\.lnu. bedroom and bath oa second Best Lake Kathryn 1 mil north ofOuelberry
PRZJ RFlG210 Ib thick butt ahlng- and Inside blind A tan Insures heat JEFFERSON ST. 2635 Furnished, or I construction Roof porchea you'U see ins modern tIle
11. $(450. 2-plce .'U. 4 and H H. Par- .le. Ru.t-prl I|I'' lUlI on caioekt I I masonry
1101.1.living luit. regular riah .uat.. Phone green red. red II.D4, and wood inside blind F.H.A. morning McUraw Fuel OU_ Service cluple 2 room ..t utilities fur- WINTER PARK-500 Cnase Singleor kitchen fireplace and bath all tiled. bungalow of 3 bedroom and 3 baths
frl. tale. rom 95; 3-plece. fin Hadw.ra Orl" Slat Il'Dd also roll roofing all terms quick deliveries Adam Venetian : week double room Private baths and Completely and beautifully furnlahed. on a 5 acr plot fronting over $00 ft
uel.T. 3-14. and McCormick Roofing I f'UE OIL-Kerosene. pine and oak I shower Sun deck overlooking lake on Highway 17 and 4OO ft. on that.
covered double coIl .prl".. II. felt Blinds Service 919 W. Central JEFFERSON BT 1509 X.-Efficiency even to linen and china (25000Exc
; 12 in to 4 ft call .
ICE In the back Co. (IS St. Ph. Lamb I Winter Path 27 Urge tsndy lake, Fin
living room suite regular 12.I.a CHETPt fUhlnc ". 0. 1355. Orlando 95SS or Winter Park 845 Fuel OU and Wood apartment, furnished I wetl,. Summer rate nat terms Jan WallerRouistone fishIng, Own-
sal. ( (.$ blend maple k..hD Smith car Lumber Co. N. and RESTAURANT SUPPLIES Electric VACUUM CLEANER-Factory recon Yad09'1. Utilities furnished I NICE large cool room. $7 w..t.Hlre Realtor, phone 2-2332 or wants offer, Our alga oa prop**':

detk. ((7, *. (59.; solid Railroad Or'DI I I grin counter .case. T-cnp holders.allTerware. Sinter. Room 207 I 1! 37. FerUlixers JEFFERSON COURT and riding and private beach ]-4509_. _____ M J. Moss. Broker. 133 8. MaIn
_ dlUonec C\t and Soils HOI phone 6977
tram Duncan Phyfa aofa. (119 I curb trays and syrwpe.ete.Pbono'7$20. I I I W. Washington
s Bids 3-room Summer 141 CTTT LIMITS -2 new concrete
nON-B'I.m Wool. Money M.I |I .p.nment .I.blt. CLOSE
sal. S-piee IN'-Bungalow. Partly turnished -
1'4.1 r.l.cto I rate 311 Magnolia Ave, offer block collates each oa 60-ft.
VACUUM Xleetrolux New BLACK DIRT-Peat, myrtle Shrub
.ul. $ (.' II.. $40 $3; l.ct ..r.Dt. wetle REFRIGERATOR CNER i' I Inside Someone Nee condition Large
dl".t. I I slngl for working men or lot On la not finished
I-plet whit dinrtetta. be *. your t 15de ft. ZxcsllentsondlUoa.O.D.rl .ctc. : __$83 2.24. bery of all kind n'DplaUe'' LINCOLN APARTMENTS or. rom at only screened front porch Garage,
regular (''.aale. 844.BO. B- ree* cooler Smyth Lumber Oo'r Sunday; after 10 a.m. 4' WATER WS and Irritation tup- ano_aU_ :::. I Blvd., Winter Pirk 1 and 2-bed- .tud..t. .1 weekly Phone BOOB_ I S3800 will for buy both this Parrlah Real Estate. blocks to store, church and bu
I : I
piece aluminum dl".tt. regu N. Orange and Railroad II pile; engine Florida BHOWN started roD.p'.rmeDt. Janitor aervlee hot I ROOMS-Wishing. Ironing. cooking ness Immediate possession Brprlr -
lar. 10375. aale. .. Ppiershigh .0IN AND SAW combination IUGBllelow"s12. plain green; ..1i i Pip ot Sppl"ump.Co. (30 W. Church, II eating -i ; 'Slop .te'l bfa. Yar round or .I privilege: home cOlflr. Formerly 36 E Pine; 2-1646_ for immeolat asia (

.r.d. sectional aafa. doubl Lr. duty. A Bargain. .r.lel' cldto.$45. 307 W, Par; (IK. them now time sass I Summer rentaL only Winter I, Dixie House. 420 Ora.Ave term Terms Sam Johnson 2<.B B
construction web bottom 1 2 I sals Park 91(1, I CHEROKEE PRX-2 stories 3 bedrooms ,
spring Dr.lHJl'f WATER and way. Cold bmok*. 608 firoofc- ROOM with kitchenette. Adjoining I Main ._
r.ul. IU' .1. ..1.. 829(50. a I RADIOS-New and and Old eetabought. HeATERAuuc 30uLtalk. haven Dr. 6J14DIRTS I I bath Oarage kus Phone Win oak floors. 3-car garage CASSELBERRY Beautifully furn.
double drain N.a led
pl.e solid wood bedroom auto IIata Radios and oleotrto appUSnce -I 1505 X nUII.. 0.MlcUO" -Rich black fill MARGARET COURT 135-Ph. Park. 588-J Comfortable home Owner leaving house Concrete block '
j top eon
.P'Dd and 2321.PI& .
4011 one>. r.ula. 8239 SO. II.. .trme & repaired Buster Henry Repair 0. COIIDI.1 aol 'tl I town For quick aale. 815 OOO termaW
metal lull I tlon 2 bedrooms Near lake. 8
clDet Copl.t WATER I Ou.r.nt" Writ Realtor. 14 1. Mala. -
you 1.C. Nicholson.
8149 SO. Shop Ph. B
regular; Nleom. ...tr. ; cbet II'S each 1 3.1 and 1-124. troubled CNDIONrRAo H. 10 ST, 422-Attractive kitchenette II I 471. Rental Agencies 2-1(19 Hibbard Cauelberry Phone W_ IT
1'.n. twl month. Hdw eu. ft Kerosene cro fla Phone Co. ; -12.I 7(3 Broker InvIted.bUiOEPARKFrame .
per Park
Hollywood S box sprints ..d ett. aEFRIO&TR' met clear rutty water For details S- .p.rtmelt 3 blocks to busIness see-, _
.bd...u .. n..I.r.12M 2514 Knhl Iletrol\ working order .. Cohoon Machinery Co, 13* W. I i"M'11 Bloom." 5. 10. tie ,. W.1 fuDI.b.d and cool. (60RlbOEWOOD I LANDLORDS will supplydesirable yea COLONIALTOWN Furnlthed 2-bed- 2-fcedr .jhouie

50. aala. 148; spring lestboudoir iu SINK New 54 Inch Plo ilS.. 2163.I L Owen .Jr, phone South 8t. |I I H. H. Parriah -A tenants free of ebarl house with glasaed-ln sleep- Large living room w I ,i i

chair sal*. $19.; 2- gink. -Kitchen .dt' : Hardware. 22Q 8. Orans Phone 3 rooms: n:13tPmW I, and obligation Just' phone n room screened front and eerv- place sleeping porch and oak f .
I Inc porch
piece modern Pullman .living room and 3B lacl Youngstown I.. c.b I RADIO Small console Lovely ton*. iNDWII.1. per sis*.p.i. A|1 31541.PiLlsGood. year round ,, vscancy Ve.r.n. Real It.t. Agene lee porches electric kitchen 87500. Kitchen equipment Inr ided a
J condition. 35. 735 Garden 29 8. Ph 2-41. Alien Johnson Realtor, 14
last itlll 11 (7,500
suit $19$ 5G. crate;
tnle. UU.I. 111. 2-4' 0. service on all types of Bad to black top soil muck 8T, 27 N.-One. two terms available Allen ohnaon. Rcali "
W.tbe Orl.ado I E. KXLVINATOR electric "frle.tr; S Pi. order h.I.*. window* and picture and dairy leLc. Delivered SUMR furnished WE WI HELP you find a rental i tor. 140 N. Orange 8612. 'SpeclalixIng N Orange." $612, Speca.ixing
ft. price IUW. lt Eat ROLL TYPB DESK-Very good con.dlilon windows. 17th Bt Ni.ort. 1120 Telephone 2-053. :bus lin*. I for service cha..V.te.u'I' In Homes" Hoare
: also office ta Real "
LlTlngetonKEEN and other
Bt. phone 9733WELDING E.t.t
I Item 513 Virginia bl. 17th MUCK-Peat and top soil. Elmer X. TAMPA AVE. 30S Unfurnished I CITY LIMITS-H acre with SO cit.rus
5 FANS-Save $100 00 oa 41-inch AU SCOOTER-1B4(. Like BO*. Jones. 'Magnolia Farms." Lock- 3-room apartment. Lights and : trees. bedroom modern
I tie f..Cool a-room house Buildeur "". Od Car Xxchaag 21( W. REFRIGERATOR_B uble feet KelTlnator. I h.n water p.14.WIR 48. Hotel Rooms tram bunsalow For price and COLLEGE PARS SPECIAL ,-

I 0..All parts. Including 42-Inch i' WaihlagtoB SU Phone Open $100. at ( Altaloma i terms set F. A. Allison Realtor 37 W.
I aluminum blade rubber Sunday 2-21. ATBU 3. IUPU MANURE. .I dirt. muck Dvro. PARK-Want elderly lady .I LAKE LOLA HOTEL-.Summer rate W *hlngtoB. Vsssir Avenue. (12-Furnished. Price
apartment Or prevail. Complete hotel lervlc -
ilimounted pulley Vrelt. I j'u would now S8&00
b.rDIa.h.ft .LAWN MOWER-1 ", BMd. M. 1(12 REFRIGERATOR-Horse all 200 Amp portable welding outfit Rt. 3. a.r.nted. 2-1903 COLLEGE PARK-H mile North .
033. furnished with kitchen all meals
( ete $ sites"priced Pre 10 one room Dining room open Yale Avenue. 1109 Wt-Vnfnmiihid,
Obe I lain Complete welding
I ft supplies stock.Distributor
used '
; Completely will tike 8500 down on new
accordingly while list. _New York Bt r.eoa privileges 207 W. Park Av*. Owner Price $5750.Princeton .

Rush money ode or check U.Bedco LADDERS-Step. nten.lo.itralght. i II lard dltloned& Kelser.Aa excellent Vogue buy. See Block.Wll- i I and of rod Lincoln*. R. welding R Williams machines 38. Plant Flowers and Seeds I I II WINTER P.RK 2032 Harmon AT.. I'I 48-1. Beach Rentals 8800 hcuk. Total and 81300 tell you cash furniture balance like for Avenue. 400 WestFurPorfurtherinspectIOn I

Sliver Texea. Kitchen atoola foldIngchairs. T.tr nixhed (11000
1:1 1. .d chan j In Coloclaltown: 5138 ; (11 N. Beach St. Daytona apt Nice Nochildren .Exclusive. William Mathew
luppU. rent
W.t.not Included but V. h.p. MlfU and Ph. 2220. AZALEAS cut fJo.era artistic table ; pet. 1 block bus line COCOA BEACH RENAL- Hotel Daniel Broker, dial call Mr B '1ellis
or I.rle motor will work Completotsoiructtons LAWN MOWER-Extemloa ladder. RADIOS-Crosley and Fada Console I B..ch F. I I d.cor.tOD. wire .n "heJ. JoI I WEBER CORNER Orange Blossom rooms for 2 at European -' 7511 with, J. Kolar. Herman Goodwin luv, Bi

furnished AU ..rt guaranteed .Plow Srreen wire and "Ie I I table typo and table model Also l por I II AA' Florist. (Formerly 'aj. Trail 3 one-room apt*. Butane I plan bedroom furDlhe (77 M Orange 9955.
I Bumby 102 w 64 E. Central COLLEGE PARK SECTION-Furnlah
years. D.ler .0UeltPR'I *. 315 DeSoto Circle Ja.1.r 4t43.I II S25 month cottage 1 block from I.4
.. e't. Cha.b. WASHING WCBBara Xleo- j I BRAZILIAN gir week or (150 mo. Call ed 3-bedroom bungalow Electric
LAWN AND OARDXN SUPPL trlc. Call I PEPPERS Cocoa plu- WINTER 420 S. OrlandoAve. Lodge o P.u', kItchen 2-car ggrage Only (7450terma
10. PAK
Laws ho moso palm gardenias In bloom : Ocean COLLEGE PARK Veuar 6> I.. >
mower ** .prk., Monday. 2-375. 1 private bath gas I King Real Estate 30 X.
complete line of hand tl B B I Any .mount SOC UP. Ph. 8937 C. W. I equipped kitchen Children .welcome DAYNA B&ACH-2 bdrom. in- Church. (435Open Sunday" five room frame bungalow b... _
Parrlih Hardwar 220 WCH- Lt. new out of city Winter apartment from 1941. completely furnished P
.oDe. mi.
Phone 21 lurDe June Sept. 1 or 000 Call or see Mr Folsom w ri
Complete for 5-room hone. 3 complete 214.LUMBER RADIO SALE.. Orlando Ave. Orlando R I complete, electrical -i Day. 1 1 block from ocean bungalow 3 bedrooms new fur old Realty Co, 20 K. Washin. -
bedroom vutte stove KTorythlng IB building I WATER COOLERS with fau1cat I I CALDIUM. PLANTS-Beveral nre )*. Weber. 728 W. Columbia with AdulU Ha from dock Well niture. ok floors. Venetian blinds, ,

S ft. General .lnUI and wO. Colonial Lumber W* b..a number of used radio *.'3 to 15-llon metl. Knox 'I Fern Pttd. or unpottcd. 371 ROOM* FURNISHED l i Large living room. AU elec electric kitchen ((rage. large lot '
rerurtr Cheney Ph h Ph 9798 .p.rtl'Dt. I.le. I COMBINATION BOUT at.
.waihljg m.chl... loUd m.hH'I 2-14. lo.I.nbl. condition Each ,I Store Co. 25 X. Pin. Phone 23163.WATCHBoys I I With utilities furnished. Phone tltheD. Cool and comfortable with fruit treea (750 terms. King Building new with t *
LOCK Bore-In : I Real Eitat 30 X. Church $435 ; i
dlnjig room cult. suit SITS type >J Priced from WON8TE 2.2904 $150 etI -
n.r'lt. DECO
rom.. .. bran for quick DODrl I (13 te $40.Associated W.ltl.m. I Jewel; i I .lol.t. ArCa I I lo"tb.. Reere.ce.. I Open Sunday" above; corner lot la ran-
corsages I changed
fn.rl d.
: rug 18 705
pie n.1 I.II.- .. S.I.
.dr.p. .2 ROOM
$ Pa.be.I aeeUoB Just
I residential Ins g
431 Co, Illd. 10. BI' Ilec. 1 *?? wd< sgy a Gardens. APRnT house
ture* Inipct May 8.1. Iln .te. 2 .1
t Pine Stores 1O N. Orang AIL new es W. catr.1 j I 2319 N. Orange J-1727 Light :1. i I NEW SMYRNA SHORES Ocean a man and his wit wl-n an tfT *
E. Xalcy South of Airport. $ rooms all modern .
Vineland Rd south Sawyer Efficiency apartments b rent Ideal IT n
to an >
Phon built.Cheap. apartment
LUMBER 411 kind dimensions at .Wllt pin; .et.f ORANGS TRIES :75. fin*. large. Dairy Mrt B. O Wall .POIt month Information reservations. Owner (3750 Easy terms, munlty merchandising bu;;nets;. l *
I at 933 West23rd
cut price Also slab and .d.1 St.WATENO. I. seen bearing. Parson Brown. I .'r 31ST two I Box 693. New Smyrna Beach j i CON WAY-Owner occupied 5 room* 8950000, some term Xxing .
1309 On bedroom
old. or
(irn. 1401 W WaehlngtonUVINO moved I
from S.
iNG.-Heart Pin*. gyp and lap. m.b .ubdItol Electric refrlgertor. Fla and bath partially furnished 2 Ask for Joe Thompson
and aheet rock Lorn Smart. Convay ROOM SUITE-Dinette act. CANS-With tub; "" .0 ech I.t.Dd.. R C 'D.rm.lt.machine all 4 utilities fur-i OCEAN FRONT HOUSE D.tD.I I screened porch**, electric kitchen tie William Realtor 21. W t. .

Road car of Speers Oro. 2 1 ploe. l.pl. fll.h; floor lamp I W.. c.Bumby Hardware. 102, BankBldg.Way. ':3. J.tDa I lshed Washing machine $15 week 'I 1 Beach 8750. June t* Oct Tele modern cupboards newly decorated intlon St. Phone (106.
East of Lancaster Park and Excellent eondl- Churb. Haven
ulrrm.h.d eb. of drawers IEPIOrRTR WIDte Ph. 2-2801 phone BIOS. Daytona Beach. ThemaK floors reflnlshed. Nine fruit trees.poultry.

ytj5jfRZ-Junlor mahogany dining priced 83S all 2100 Pant St. _. 10 110 Z"bt Bt I WASHERS-Apartment model. .Just I,: iUI- -Large ..Ieto. t Johnson with Dudley K, Hendersen. I (6000. half cash. Inquire 71$ I CONWAY-For people wl; n P
type Fur
room suit. rcflnlshed. (.SOAH LAWN ADOERS-frPiantsr. wheel ROOF COATINO-OlT* nu roof anew received small shipment. (3 X. your horn. WUwblt APARTNT-T.le I Registered Broker Franklin St.. City good quiet nelghborh

metal 100 lb. I.b. 1'.6. tjpe. (2.$ Knox Store Co, 25 K. I lease oa life. $2. per $ sal.caa I I Church St. Nurseries. 1LE. Princeton.PINE t& Telephonoa3872 FOR OR LXA8X Hotel dinIng COLLEGE PARK SECTION-Nice 2- school and store w* offer a't -

J.wl gas r.... Bd. coi Pin*. 2-31. At Ollddens_ i i WATER SYSTEMS-Complete stock PAPAYA and huckleberry I =: good ocean front***; I bedroom frame bungalow Nicely I 15-room bungalow; OB ;.s60x177 .i.g
sprint and Inneraprin I I farm or bom Farm J> Homo plant furnished and landscaped. Good repair ft. lot with va rI -
m.tt. 1. 3 and RLNoPI8H.rdwo rolling :, fo per dosen Wisconsin approximately 60 mIles from Orlando -
S24 *M. 3-plece living r. .ult iUS lanml. t. I atr. Ce. X. MachInery Co. 430 W. Robinson AT*. I II An. 1. Cloud. Fla 1 I APARTMENT. $58. For writ P. O Box 721Clerment. Paved street. (6(50. (2000 cash I trees Thla la the beat uy t. e

(49.O. ( MOSS ...r.DI: I Knox Store Co wll X. Pla. Phone Pine Phone 2-UI. 2 10 sal par det.t. required Harry Heath, Broker laColenlaltowB of for only 86000, BIOS '
Bind Ilk Used Furniture BrnUI'. .I.K $ 231.I I RFROETRIc. whit ena- I I cooler 3.!_. Livestock and LAKE O' THe WOODS APTS Efficiency TWO BIS. other $20week. (253 I Terms, See Geo F BriI .
Supple Adults. RoM&D. Central Ph 2 3is*
I.le 19 x -
Mitchell. For offio horn $395Orlando
.patm.nl. .
Ave 'Where price are I MOTOR-Jeep. Stationery pump Onetea Mp.Dd $49 50. 10% Three bedroomhome
rbt"nEUM. nltrat of soda Berry Station I'dl.ou, month. Orlando Fur- Appl'De. Co. lc 210 MOrang HORSE- mar 3 year pet* 35 W. Colull" June lotS 10th. Nice COLLEGE PARK SECTION-Large 3 I DCBSDRXAD
old t Ot.
i Winter Careen Pla I nlture Co. 141 and 815 W. Church *. Pbon 4537 Born one colt $90 Forrett APT.-Furnished. 2 bedroom bath. I ground near ocean. for entire bedroom bungalow with 2 baths, 3 bedroom extra nl' f

Dining t.11.. I WATER HEATER Rnud. gallon > Academy Ph Winter Park Lk Walls, mile west of Tinker Field.Ytacland period. Mutt have cartful people.Make kitchen and breakfast noon; 2 screened $5.500. term Dotty Ter lBroker.
... ebe.t I MOTOR 8CThl.. 1144 I RnNo.lnll.d 5-V-Crtoo. I City gas, automatic 2. I MILK GOAT t8. road. your now Nice porches, double garase: 3 lots wIth 349 X, Orlando At r V. trI
desk and chair. I I. 7. S. e. -3 kids. 3 month old. r.en.toD'
(14 50 IUI. LDU.
ml.1 e"DdIUoD
I Cml.Dde. G fruit tress lake privilege for gwun- I Park 618
$ I 9 10. ft 29 WATER HEATER New Carue.Aat- I Petl Aye, horn. 3 bedrom. ground
sprints ($. Walnut dining tabl. b. S., 8 lola 1 Jmlel.t B.nlr t* mule 8 real value for
Cal Ca. 28 46. Houses for Rent I I'CASErRY2brom sale B. Houghton.Broker. miss and fishing A I STREET'F in
Mather of Orlando. Dr. I n.l 1.32 per *. mails Biorai. 30 *aL Bottled 1 i 8'.0. Ped DACPHIM
.uI Ill N
I I J.UOla Passed atl C... 1801 $75 1223 Formosa St. i MILK Lno. An. D.ID. I (14000 Harlow O. Fredrick. tram bunt alow. Recent -
Church. Ph. MOTOR _
2-31. SCOOTZR-104a ca A.. I' CW.1" per day. A. W. Beach. Phone 7 to 5,0- Orange dial (188 ion and unusually well b i .

; I 5 weeks Phone aid.2.otso.57S ssdsr .nta '1 Orl.de. P.o B 3U1 Pk -W, A T pIPz. ft B62B. I' inch. I .Zm.e.. .. mi weal of I I hius. I.t. Pn fgrbe IIW nlnnO3CEOLA. Its great to live In Orlando- room two porches. Clot* '"

\ [FURNITURE 3 "ee Harwhorn I .et ROOFING-Duteh-LaB Pho. I 1st. Immediate poaaeaaten FT r-e $
maple living room suit 1'1; I MOVIES lor the Bom*. News Pa- : Ing. tiding and shingles.aibeato* : I WINDOW-Double, .IU taih. 1 I MARE-.-5 year old pinto 1 year old Bros. 7559.I Ir 1.1U COLLEGE PARK-Pint Urn offered For particulars see M S r

$ pice Suntan mapl .ult. rade. .d.eDtlr. traTel. comlra and dowa O= bed. .spring and .Ur. colt Bill Kimber, Lee Road. Winter I 3-bedroom bungalow on tree lined Psalter. 2fc X. Church Si7833 /' 5. e
apouu. Ntw 3 bedroom
85950 twin bds.Inmaa$224.;maple Inmsn night mapl glandB1750. I Oran" ".: can a .2-1515. Shop 1639 J Alexander Place '''T.. Jo. ;, Park delier. 2304 Fairbanks Av*, Winter I I W mil' W. of Homeacrea.PALOMINO I I CLOSE I TO bungalow BUS LINE 2 bath- *, .modernkItchen. HOTD'mn. street of fine home Clean a* a pin I _.

; STALLION. Florida Fruit Shade. (9000 Cash required.! DELANEY ST, i63S-inw 3 broom
Atatud Ready for yon to move Bedl. I
Liberty I'PI desk chair SJ-RAU standard alua with I I WATER 'I r.ltred. !I 82500 Owner will finance balance
I HT&REle'rc gas and Florida OoldP Only S100 per month See W. I. Han and den. Masonry uv
$86"50: Zeus 2 l'pl ef.. d toil I WeNn LUOQAQB-..XxcIualTely at I Co. 100 w. Amelia Steel ,Bale oil Harris I key Lake Ranch West 33rd St.. : with Harold Shepherd Realty Co. 2, Low summer weekly rites $25 doubl like rent. Exclusive with Bastingg. I corner lot. 2 car garage : -.

S37,2 LDt. lamp table $ t.bl Her.'D'a 27 West Church Street dOlta dial 2213 Eel.w.te Drive: dial 2-1972 i Vilel..d R. C.I.Ddo. Fla Call I 1 B. St. j jGOTHA with .t I.uuu Bar Resting 62 Va X, Central I3.rcadell I Insulated, copper plumb:nt .
I 2-23(5 fe* (25. Return privilege Shop 4237 fireplace: Venetian bacas *
Kats li2
maple lamp table $ I Lovely front .
SHILLAC-Aicoholi -
AlladlB lamps i I MOTORETTX-1B4B. good eoad i; : turpeaUijeral 3RJ1INai I la. 2- 1130 Av*. Charles. Devers, I COLLEGE PARK-Clot* la to bus fruit, shade OwnrrDUBSDREAD .
819: drop I modern Rldnwo
l room
.pint All
; dinette table and 4 la. .11.U Hen $225 Daed KUbn. ail I Smyth Lumber N.paint .appn"j_ son _R|. l. Box 134A Maftland{ ITAONP.lomo. Ph. furnished; Iet r.14.nr.tltheD CIPIt. dok. ".I..r. and trading center Owner leaving -2-bedrooie -

aU or part for cash Used 2 t W Washington SU .1.De 2-21 and Railroad DIESEL INOINE-.DIe.eI II c" b eeD w.811 o llb.L. for 1 I ICL city, anxious io sell. 5 room and galow, Furnished and tn t
wieka. Reduction C. C. McCullewsh. I I Opea BuBdaya I HAL diesel generatorsets ... per month. Asher Fetor.Realtor nook attached sarase Furnished. ] neT Jest For qaick sal*. S" -'
SOS) Ra. T Ave SCREEN GRILLS Screen 'Dlta. 110 Central and Main th complete? with linen and sIlverware, I Realty 392 N. Orange, eu
Col..Park iU-"OPw.h. and do I and I pumping units Stat SADDLE HORSE-.Gentle .4geldlng clr. GULF Summer breezes at icy
10nl screen set* Realtor I
I CU Well with Robt. L. Pryd -
I, of colorful Coquina Apartment 2-2471
FANS .d" Florida Distributor with
0. and saddle
-t- sprlats. Sutbe.t : $100 Extra saddle 2-1. .. _
DnOrL dry H. H. Parrlih Smyth Co. N. Steel Bale 100 W. ... andponyaa4fle Gulf-front at Sarawta Lid I 668 N Orange24596 |
i.ni0ood I IOP Hardware. OrangeaBd Railroad A.I. County Our 2 story Winter homo on i With Confidence-Deal With DUBSDREAD SECTION: B-rt i.
Can I 2JO *.. Phono = phone 11111..TD8EVlC.b' MAR objection Beech. Modern apt. for 2. Summer Buy .
? be seen at 311 S. Or- 1-111. 2-14. 1st (75 a month no I frame bungalow come e t adnirely
-- Oood pric for quick._**lealxe I MOTORCYCLE Good IUO BOX- ompll.- R I / Llttl* Ouy 8 OL baby Choice residential ; rate: day SB week Us month 8160 'Pride. _ tarnished Inctudli a.. tlf
JndlaDtS 8ACicdn r I Ii Including dally ell COLONIALTOWN Modern 6-room I
p .IDal : I ..
?RzAZi= In lateit modela.iZtl condition Out Oa- year-old stallion before section Reference required. Write. .I lnle. kitchen ind Venetian b nc
Prom ? "p Prompt delivery rite winter Park rishHardwarg. 220 .Oraage. PhoneI num top. solid gold caa*. 17 Jewel '25. money i Box 421 8t.r. .UUt. Jl..t 'bab. er home; well furnished Itndacaped. dif- lot: quick poaseasiea. Its a *-
8 Really
b.dt.r."t. citrus
Walter Wllcex Inc 61 X. Reblaaoii I MAIL BOXES City. 214.I $250 Box 4OB Parr jBtablea. ph. VISTA Bark Blvd furn1 I 2J p.11 Price $7850: term Mr E -
40c and tlM: STRINKLERS "RaiiTlflng." 1la.8TORT 2-4. j IOR 3 Ave. Sarasota, i ferent. See this home Price 811X100 with J. F MattoxDELANEY .
Founded 1936 rural I I Ibo. 1 houao 2 k'I I'
SI 35 Knox Stores Co l.tln AND CLARK antique WORK rooma. porches.bath.ekctririty.water. ; Terms Wilbur Strickland. Broktn
I l.Pin.. Phon I i ally Bdvertlitd. (3.95 and op organ walnut pal .l-o.MIl COW.' $9S 3 I | TWOCONNECTING 23 W Church; 6675 8CCTIOV- -New w
fLpORE' l 2-31. I CDdltOD. s ,
nX lte !' Had.a. 22 a. reliant finish. 10 Winter It.toa. i I Ii double bedroom col airy Private nicely planned. 5-reom t Z
twin tlx*. Clean. Phone Or.DI. tude Pc. Garden. Fla. I OH CHENEY BCBAT-- CHEROKEE PARK Far above the
Fair st. .. 10 lt I I WATaT. 1-141. and eler living porches oak floor; 't
w felt. 12S ZelmaStreet ________ 10. W.e.l. B.de. ADUqu i hoot and ia this beautifully tarnished
?WQlt SPORTlNOOOt3.io1 : Bt. If.W Winter I I pl.t. Innersprlng average Attached garage; fun tile ba.ji.xt-
(an* 22 Bu'l 40. Pet Stock telephone 1315-W, Winter Park .
SOc and Supplies block from at bandsbeU. aolidly constructed 3-bedroom home.
;NNEh ocean
a,. ,. rbb ll. aasolino Haven Fla 22- B5 -- ed lot. Best for your monept
I NAILS- By th keg. SB Ib. l'Dtrn camp 1-ROOM KITCHENETTE cabin Suitable for family Owner leaving city For quick ale j I
$n.ytb C 1.I.U : 10. .tn. Ice 8 Par- i .1 .ctD. Htnton. Realtor ISO Z Bobf7 .
"' Lbr M, 8. Orlando AT*. phone M J".11 220 Ile.. I. Y1 b, CANARY-P.i with case: $15 IH fronting O Lt Falrview 1 block for any rn t (25 I 111.500. Will finance Move right la. - I.p-----j
'4 .1 Park, 950 r"l H.rdw.r. OrDI. Pb. ..r or A. Winter Park north of : bus .t.UOD El week 313 ft,*_Bollywood Avenue, Otto Eunuch with CSYcnauth R aitors. ,. Continued

2,14 and Nebraska I Clay and Formosa 902-M. Punto Lake fat. p.lnl.. I Daytona Btatcku '< I 4308 I [ Oa Next -

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&ruttnrl&tuOR. 51. nooses for Sale f 5L Houses for Sale 51. Houses for Sale [151. Houses 'j 1Houses for Sale ((53. Acreage for Sale 55. Country Property for Salt 56. Business Property for Sale

FLORIDA RYER 8T. N..-.Fine residential sec LAKE VTJEW-Brand new bUI.Iw NORTH CITY LIMITS.-"Neat as a JwiNTER PARK-tab i 1 CORNER and 23rd St | MERRTTT ISLAND i il
UD close. center. oak nor fruit trees. 2 .et lr. pin." This 2-bedroom frameborne Poor health will I I S. NASHI 2 homes. UP. F'rtUerm.ACEGEUSI i ,I CENTRAL AVI.-.Property suitable
1947 and service. Completely .. $9800. on pavement Only I furnished. 2 24 Blonm Ti I i COUNTRY ROME AND GROVE-S for business.
,PAGE 25. aol bu I Cply Court 1.50. lots 270' .. Rcasonable. Good water. Electricity, c..B. 67x308. Duplex 8
I Davis. I
1 MY .tor-.nd-h.l frame ncr Realty7y392 N. Orange: 2-2.1. "Other good buys on ou list. C I kitchen and bath. I H. h.h"I. I Realtor. 2-1649. j j acres half in bearing grove. baU rooms and bath down. 3 rooms and
Taylor Broker I sure fine garden soil or suitable for
an rooms ; bath up. 3-car garage. Income from
ICont from Preeedlnr Pace] lovely bedrooms: glassed la ora LOCKHART and sleeping SECTION porch -cottage 1-bedroom.eUfumthed |I 5644. OraDee:I 3-BEDROOM Perdue HOUSE I NEW 7-ROOM hou. Just out City WINDERMERE SI.CTION-25 acres planting citrus. All fully fenced. duplex $104' monthly. Only $10.SOO

101. a real home In a perfect $5100. some te i 20124. Farm. D. I Limits Must lU quick. 7500. Owner lake ad ptmn Good clInic I Masonry home of 7 rooms and 2 '' terms. King Real Estate 30 K.
Frank c.b. NORTH SECON-Bom. with "I. P. O. I.nd. $2350. Sans baths arranged as two apartments. Church. 8435.
Creba. Realtor L Box Johnson Co, 208 "Open Sunday
51. Houses for Sale Pc'U.O. : phone 2-1710. Oalett. Broker. 2-141. | '2 01 Extra I 122.11'tHSLY. 8 Halo.. i In beautiful setting of shrub and !
10' ..tcl LAKE LUCERNE SECTION bep I large living room and ttch"l. Beautiful I large shade trees. On paved hithway. COTTAGE AND TRAILER SITE -

apartment furnished. attractive 2-bedroom tile floors except t bdrom. 6-ROOM HOUSK- 10 AC of eo land en close to schools stores, etc. 460 ft, 830 per ft. Highway and
DUX-Montana Avenue telephone tlona Impro".meDt completely I Special for a 100. $4250. $1250 will REALTORS fiLf' 30 ft on M.IU.le $14.000 Including new gas range lake front ea 441. A dandy locattr-fV
I HARVARD AVI..W. 531- furnished. to t.D j I Terms. C. R. Emerlck. .. with Louis Oeeslla. and It. on roads. Bargain electric refrigerator 1 Jersey cow, Your' last chance for a tract l.W
26.DUPL $ Inquire 9 and I IN.I I Orange. Tel. 7348. ; 2-1464. I i Offer these mo.rl bune.l only othr. C. Golden. chickens etc. Early possession. Terms this. Roper Realty Church aid*
btwel 1 11.0 .
and 3 acres of land on DI Ipc this home between 2:00: and 15. I W.I They intrigue ou writer b Broker. Orlando An., near can be arranged. Harlow O. Fred- Main: 2-3433.

We regard this M. today. Owner compelledto 118 Circe ORW MANOR SECTION-.Excep- cause the owne are all leaving Mallland underpass) Winter Park. rink 118 N. Orange, dial $188. CLOSE IN- Apartment house 6 units
$11.500.00. CaU O'H'la-1or. Real leave city and OP.I to reasonable 2-bedroom home completely other opportunity fields. they are aU Open Sunday "It's great to live in Orlando." nicely furnished In first class
ton 2-831: 109 E P. offer. It Is a nice frame bungalow.completely LAKE FRONT-Yes a large beautifullake. I furnished. Nicely shrubbed. Fri,' (1000 and (45 month I I or 7 r.a. old. they represent the I repair Always rented. Gross income
furnished including all A dream home for someone Attached garage. (9.500, I bedroom bunialow. best of their location U ACRES-On Vineland (4.080
DUPLEX-Urame) Buy this for I tree. I' coutrucUol. hlehw. annually Price 32500. P. A.
seeking reaL natural 1 with Robt L. Immediate possession. and t Wil consider trade on 1 EAST SIDE Just 2 miles from Or- I
or home and Income. Two I electric kitchen large living porch topi. b.uty Pryde, la excellent and con.enlene r hou lando. New AllIson Realtor 37 W. Washington
I and excluslveness. t Realtor. 668 N. Orange 2-4596. Call Joe with they Ph. Mr. Endsley 8-0323. attractive 2 bedroom | St.
nice apartments weU furnished. I tile etc. Oil heating system. See I ; are priced under '
.t-rO Near mcelleni Mr.. b.t. on premises or I center of Cty. 3 large brom. r Buy Wit Confidence-Deal With Agency 29 5. Court 11,0. j,40 ACRE per acre. 10 masonry bungalow Large screened I CHURCH
TRAC-30 porch, central ell ST. Business
url. I.k. ], beat location ft-
I tiled automatic
Brass Realty Co. 19 E. tO.p erty Management I Number one Is in the Senior High and "" I |
.de. Realtor 32
fo ul' nDtal Ple. :I room with large fireplace. 2 wide I Pine 'L- Sl.tn. E water heater garage and workroom i i room house Lot- 65 x 140. $9250.
500. SttDDtD &Bid*. 2-3153. II screened verandas, 2-car garagg with I 1.20 CTAOE. Hillcrest School area. A frepl.c..nd j 861. I Over 1 acre ground, paved road. I! Hlnten. Realtor 150 E. Robinson.
a floor
Phone I guest room and bath white sand gas furn.c | 40 ACRE1 milesEsat off Cheney I Prompt possession A real value at DOWNTOWN New'business building,
DUPLEX Colonlaltown. Op aD beach variety of fruit Immediately ORWIN MANOR Write Box 35. I Winter comfort. A fine back owned yard 1 big'creek. Go Xisb1 7900. Rev-McGUl. Realtors 128 N 2 stories, well located, good Income
I -
down two family bouse I A-I con JAMAJO-Deluxe new model t room I Rob't 8. Huey with Robert FURNISHED : a real .8et. This pl.c.1. Iinc and timber, $10. M 1 Hari Orange Ave. Phone 4147. j jFAIRVILLA Price M.OOO.. good terms Geo.
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n.l.ble. a who
dition with food rental aUo.aDce bouse garage. Lot 100x135. Direct I 13 W Washington. New cement block furnished bnnga- bdrom.. Irot..son.1 man le.,11 t graves Bunker -.20 acre tract on good i H. Kittredge; tc Son Realtors 2-317
Can Mr. from builder S85OO. Ph. 22840. Tre. R.lor. low. 2 bedrooms tile floors, I cODtnue b1. j
i FT
Pl 14.8. wit I plenty of under forfurl.ee. Lre. ; Fronting Lake Erma and hard road and lake. New 6-room house GUEST HOME-Central East Tile
.. 2-2380. 109 a. : room .
Pne. i .AW.oLk Susannah section. 6 roof. Lake frontage on paved Paved It's Number two Is situated close to the road. 10 cash T. J. Undort. with lifetime roof. Furnished $18.350 roof oak floors. 2-story. 2 baths
i bungalow on 100 view of Lake i.tme baugh. Realtor. Shoppingcenter. I: Realtor N. terms. C. B. Davis Realtor; 104 Glatsed-ln
fr LAKE VIEW-Beautiful i terms. Edgewater Drive : M.ID 2-398 sun porch. Porte-cochere.
DUPLEX Close la .tueU. borne ; landscaped lot Price $7250. term I Lancaster New modern 5-room Itreet 11.00. ame HOUSE.-A rooms: .. The oak floors are brighterand 01 2-4737. I II j E. Jefferson. 2-1649. !j double garage. Modern kitchen, com-

and ineomo. First -i $1250 cash. Bryant with Herman bungalow. Full tile b.t tile 111,I' Han Bros. Agency Realtors 112 N. porch: screened better than those of today. The I J FORREST CITY ROAD .S-room I pletely furnished Including linens,
ed. consisting of living room klCben: Oo"l Inc..Broker; 677 N. Orange; I and dr.lnbad. ".50. I! Orange Ave. Phone 5189. and ,ad.l. Prefer large lot will give a new owner an I 531. Ranches and Timberland :I block house Furnished, plastered dishes and washing machine Large

dinette. 2 large bedrooms all |I O. Kttedn SOl. Realtors i Cash and terms. opportunity for self-expression t l walls, tile floors, electric kitchen lot landscaped OPA Income $53

and gunroom. Venetian blind) clrcuIs ; JEFFERSON ST. X.-Perfectly arranged 23176. _ _ som Trail to Holden I landscaping. ASK ASHER PrE. Realtor eor- screened porch fruit trees. $2.700 weekly; $18.900. terms. C BDavlg
ting oil beater and fireplace electric -i unfurnished frame bnngajlow. LITTLE LAKE CONWAY-Nice 3bedf f -- block, north third ncr of Main aboutan | cash and $5.000 mortgage payable Realtor: 104 E. Jefferson 2-1649.

water h.te. Second floor-4 2 bedrooms and modern la every room home. Garage with laundry ; Peck. Number three I t the Princeton I extra good small r.nch 2.080 $38 per month C. B. Davis Realtor; i GUEST HOME Lucerne section.
rooms and b.th All eltri!; way. perfect condition offered for and workshop. 2V* acres fine shade. | ORWIN MANOR In 'winter Park. School alcbbrho and in a pro .crt 16 miles from .. 1 | 104 E. Jefferson. 2-1649. j Lovely large 2-story, 2 bedrooms IV*

kCn. 3-car .. i,< quick sale for 10. with term I II Open Sunday. 2 to 4 p.m. See this i; home Here of Is excellent a lovely two story family tected .1. fully built mi. frontace on large l.k. fO FARM AND HOME S acres, just 1 baths down. S bedrooms. 2 baths up.
101. Built Just before war. P.n Crebs. Met.I ; fine 2-story residence 617 W. FlorI I coDtrctloD I OPEN HOUSE up the same excellent type ofbungalows I I i drained muck. 150 10. outside City Limits. 5-room frame I Offered attractively furnished Including
Harlow Q. I 2-1710. I I has 3 bdrom. I.r. 8UA The house has many fine on ranch can be bought. its aa house
P. 18.00. 7edlt Ida. See U. your offer must Electricity, city water; a good extra large lot for only $28.
"1"n : dial 8188 rj'-Ddo.' KUHi. AVE.-2 frame unfurnished m.k Hii I porch .. I.r. U.I. rol. 01.11 I.Dor. 3301 features. The back lawn with its fruit I! "Okeeehobee Ranch" moved north. buy at $3,500. L. A. Grimes. Broker. 500- with good terms. Weir System.
bedrom dining room '
to live la hardwood Realtor. 32 X. I ro. .UI trees and crl Is quite appealing.Phone I Phone 2. Winter Garden.Oacreagland 628 I. Pint: dial 4641. -

nor.corner lot.bune.lo.Price. $4.500 with 110. 81.non. P. | Venetian. bonds. 1' b.tl. .2..1. heater e.r.e.Included New 2-bedroom oa .a 5106 or see us for at our !! 54. Lots for Sale FARM with GUEST HOME-Overlooking one of
office 8U appointment.
IS Washington
: W.
.I.U prment b.lDC. mont PARK-Seldom can we. for only McNutt- PrDlbed. Eztr ALTAMONTK 1 small house, on bard road electricity. < Orlando's most beautiful Jakes.i .
ly. Frank Cib. R.ltr. 1et one of the beautiful homes in Heasley. Realtors 13.150.. O.Der "S.U! : SPRINGS Lake front ete. Owner says let it so for >'i near the heart of town Js this lovely
D\SDR SECTION Built of best I Im.trl.1 Courtney Realty Co.. business and residential Iot Own- $1.noo cash and home of 6 bedrooms. 4
c.I 2-110. this restricted section. St Phone 5106. Ave. Dial er. Homer SewelL Winter 13: 92- balance i sis baths This
for inspection Sunday from 2 KOHL AVE. Story-and-half frame. 2 I' in 1940. tb1 home hasevery 2-2t1. moathly. McKelvey Real Estate, 64 I i home Is strictly modern and of finest
Oen bedrooms completely furnished. In feature comfortable BEVERLY SHORES-Choice construction. Beautiful grounds and
to 9 P. bu.lne. Hctlon house on rear of living: .od 2 tile b.th. 51-1. Lake County Property I till available In thl 8-39.1 substantial income. Price $28.600:
I berom.
2007 Miner Neat 2-bedroom. lot front .".I.ble for businessblock.. I maIds rom .ne many others. ORW MANO&Ne..el. ee.leled NEW gOUSE large Motion. Let us help .. rights large fishing lake* $15 000 will handle. Jamerson and
A. BONNIE BREEZE few I future homesite boat Carter, Realtors.
Price (6,500 terms. Frank Crebs. call today. Walter W. dock I 70 E, Central. Phone
well-furnished .It Pi.. P.IDte wit two .tore. well hand pump,
frame bun.lo. onnice two tile baths screenporches I tracts located on Lake t.C U. S.Internal I ROM Investment about 13 i A. T. iBusterl Carter,
rom. 49
Building 70 E. neighborhood. it. 9516.
phone Ready
Owner going 'R.ltor. 507 Met.I ; i ii Asher Peter. Realtor and double with I I' Co Or.nc miles out; cheap for cslii. Sc.
corner Gould
anxious lot t.. Immediate lorhaDd D i 2-110. | 2.78. for appointment I.undr.P.to. ('.5.0..a. G. $2.10. (300 down (:0 I ocean. Here waterways is your,.chance Inllbl. own the a A.. OrwI Manor. office 33:1 with Johnston Henry Broker. 6 W HIGHWAY 17-92-Close In. Corner

P. $5500. Peter BreD KALE SHOL SECTION deluxe j i LAKE DAVIS SECTION-Owner of fering IK N. Dial 8188. party. nice lakefront homeslte at a modest Av. Church St. location. 175 ft. on concrete high

will be 01.roUd. to .bo.O'H.I.Mo. -I I 'ra. bUI.loW.tt real i comfortable well constructed 2- great to l"e In Orlando." I I 1401 W. Washington.CLOSE Price. Priced from $20 per front GOTRA Desirable property. Home way. 583 ft deep. Large bearing
X. PI.. PhD. 'fireplace and fln. 1-car j gtory. 3bedroom.K bat home completely II II I TO LAKE- ft up. W. J. Klstler, Realtor Tavares. I CHURCH STREET-East of Perraniore. newly remodeled Interior; 10 grove. 9-roora house. Owner leaving
2-2380. garage beautifully on. furnished, 01 landscaped I a.lo.3 bedrooms 2 Pbs Lot 48 z133'. Price U.5. tract ideal temple Orange land small June 10. has reduced price for quick
bll to school and bus. low county corner lot. with 2..1 garage Well- water heater r.n. I IcuttHea.ler. Realtors. 1: seedling: grove and old : sale. Exclusive with C. P. Shumsay,
ORWW MANOR homestead
.. and electricity. for balance blinds. Large EUSTIS and close St. Phone $106. Realtor 140 N. Orange 3-2382.
tx. cty. P for $6150 cash. Mortgage built clean and ready to move into V.neU.1 -6 rooms bath W..tltD grove. Railroad aiding and balance :
and boating may be t.k.1 over. frame home of 5 rooms. Has wide cant move In at once. in. Would make a home; 40 acre tract part ia bearing HOME WITH INCOME-Built la '41.
on Hour Glass Lake. Price reducedto P. 8.-(1) Fine had.o floorsthroughout. screened living porch large living See W. I. Ball with $8.000. W. J. Klstler. Realtor Ta- CONCORD AND CATHCART 100 grove acreage' All property 56)0mg. $ Large living room, dining room

DUBSDREAD SECTION -Lovely new (10.000 For det.1 (2) Celtr.1 heating room and fireplace A-I h.rd.o I Realty Co. 20 1. vares. Fla.GOLDEN I feet on Concord 150 feet on .th Will sell in parcels or as a whole. f'O breakfast room. 2 large bedrooms.
bungalow. 2 den. I, call Ry Holcomb .It O'H.rra-Mor with thermostat control. (3) Electric floors, nice TRIANGLE Auto Parts cat N.E. corner Price 5000. Box 988. Orlando. \ Tile bath and tile kitchen. Fireplace.
ful hardwood bdrom. be.utl, 109 K. Pn.. stove. (4) Nice neighborhood and cool bearing .brbbr. Price Store-Well established good loca : St.-Net to 430. l0IHO. GOLDEN ROD ROAD Hardwood floors, insulated. Perfect
tre. Well !
YDe lan fri
Use blinds. nn. landscaped I KALKY SCHOOL. SECTION 2-story location. Harlow Fredrick. 118 I.- GOING NORTH tion. Will sell sllshtly above wholesale Make an offer frame 2 bed construeted condition. Has lovely 3-room apt.,
of this for $7.750. Move la lt.fo, home. 4 bedrooms. UnfurDbf Call at 1000 8. Ming or can owner. Orange. Dial 81(8. Inventory W. J. Klstler, R.I-I{ Esther .. x.-South side of street gag range and refrigerator room electricity home (separate entrance). Overlooking lake ,
Al Corner Lot Dial 2-0938. Sacrifice bungalow. tor. Tavares. Fla. i just east of Delaney looxltO. In one of Orlando's better resident*
let Federal mortgage loatln 5110. -It's great In Orlando. I I real estate S acres
$3.0 euh. 0.1. H. Kltteredge j,; bus and .trea. (7000 ua Sam I LAKE DAVIS
Boa Rc&tl 2-3179. '1.Johnson ., 8. Mala.KALEY baths. Completely 'ullshe.Familyhome. war constructIon Lovely, well kept, and in top con- I Fairbanks I Ave-10 acres a. prl.1 64_B._Central or evening 1907J2 McKelvey, direct from Owner. Dial 4238. Private!
Clean and ORWIN MANOR-Here la aa ultramodern liirhed. Just off X. available. sale.
.tr.ctn. 1.0. dltlon, 2 8 rooms 2 baths. 1 I I Pie 110.0. LOCKHART ,
.SOL SECON-. H Loren ; 3-bedroom concrete bloek Also double house on frame .tr. good land S Jefferson St. of Brand new masonry HIGHWAY 17-92. 'S. 250-ft.
DUn Brokr acre part
rom. \ bah frm. 7.000 ca.: '. bunilo.located on Urge corner lot. Like new. Nicely acres in citrus 5 I den DrIve: 'tp : $ bungalow, strictly modern 2 bed or all: $3O foot. Hlnton.
iIx-.io acres per
b..aln rooms bath,
rooms 2 baths lot 8s5. ; double
2.1 Don I I has private b.t I buy t.rm. grounds Over 500 Fr.n Cribs Ill MeCcaU Building; drain boards, ete Realtor. 150 X. Robinson.
garage. Doable lot. Convenient t, pre. Dce. Reatr. 2 LAKE LANCASTER-One block from full tile bath with shower day I 11.00. Ird.D. Believe it or not. it's a honey. Price
4745. bew.e. frontage on W. 2170.CLNI
Lake. Nice 2-bedroom frame bunga $5.200.
Walking $1,300 HIGHWAY
shopping center. ct.D t other 2 Has lovely Also large 5-room 11.5. cash, easy terms on f 17-92-Tourist court. New
b.droom. Klstler, Realtor I
everything 11.0. 1 I LAKEVIEW-Brick veneer bungalow low. with l fireplace. sun : tiled patio and 80X140. Only (7.500. GARDENS Corner lot balance Mr. Cadmus with J, P. Msttox. cottage with two additional rental
chance t m.k offer get ab.r.ln oa three lots. Exceptionally well I Front Xc"eOch; enclosed back I 2-car pcb with atacbe' E. Washington. Fred GLEN TIOL- New Apt. two paved .tr.et 145 N. Main; 5809. | units. 97-ft frontage on highway,
Inc. furnished and the pink of condi I porch. 7900. terms. I .a.n buUt-I l.uldn' Excellently landscaped: excellent 30O-ft deep Also
I ago. ne'&bbrho I LAKE i property
H.rm.1 II this modern ken FRONT
Qwl trays. Bee ; 118 Central: 7".1 -Here U
Broker. 17 N. Orln; fl: 6660. I tion. If you want a small estate this Lorraine Hoffman with H. F. Roland home. Price terms. Jamerson I 1 furnished. Is top Call owner, ph. 4247. collate. 68 ft. frontage your dream with 100-ft. lake frontake. Total

DELANEY ST.-Frame bungalow. I is I for only (lO.500-approxlnsately I Realtor; Carrigan Bldg.. 672 N. Orange and 14.50. 70 X. Cen property and pays a lo net on I CANNON MILLS ROAD-Largii bottom lake, with private dock on Bun sand price $15.000. C P. Sbumway. Real-

and Built la 1939 atcypress. ,I Vt cash. 8tmp8D-tatD Metealf t ; 24551.LOREN tral. C.rtr.. R.lor.. ) Carter. Invatment 'U.O. Klstler. WJX250 ft. tlectricity 1 and phone I galow with 5 rooms and bath; all tor140N.Orange2-3282._ _
rom b.th A :
Bldg.. AVE.-Winter Park 3 bedrooms QUICK-20.0 or Re.lor. T..r. available Price $500. on easy terms. electric kitchen. HOME AND
roof. "el.U.abUDd $151. 9516. _ _ I near 1. Is set in a full I LNCOME-Excellent ,con
Wm sell now for $9.500. LAKE RON(4 miles from town)- ..ree. large front screened 01. I.k. LAKE CO.-Close in. 8 larreiini. I W. A. McKenney. Broken 4950 bearing grove of 33 trees. Don't miss dillon Beautifully furnished. Nice
or opportunity. Se* Mr. Stewart Frame b.Daaow. I rooms and porch. 3 extra Iot. Only 4999. ORLO VISTA-Furnished 3-bedroom Metcalf l uBI'b.ueh IV* baths. 17 acres land ail Cheney Highway; 2-7144. this opportunity at $8.750. Terms. neighborhood. Income, $3OOO a year
with Harold Shepherd Realty Co.. 20 b.th .cr.ned porch facing I $1500 down. No A. C.Golden. home. Electric kitchen: large lot; ed. Widmi tank and .1 I DUBSDREAD One of choIe lots C. P. Shumway. Realtor; 140 N plus owner's apartment. Price, $21.-
Z. Washington St. Dock well landscaped nrd Broker. 1121 N. Orlando on paved atreet. (1.1S. 1. cash STREAMLINED in grove I lelt '51. frontage. Own.r. Please Oraniie: 2-3282. OOO. terms. Call Brock Steel with

crc over 30 fruit tree Ave.. (Near Maltland Underpass). balance monthly. C.1 M. "owrl in 1941. 6 lovely vate bake This property would Cle.r-I phone Cbenault Jc Jennings Inc.. 672 N.

off-For at $8,750. 1.0 ca.h King Winter Part Open Sun. with King R.l Et.t.. J furDlhcd Has all a splendid club site as I LAKE ?RON'l'S-.2 Orange: dial 7234.
CLUB bedroom,
DEn-1 Im.dl.t Church. DUBDREDCUNTRY sec I fur
Real Estate 8435. "Opn it home. for the nice home that It la.
we : E Church LAKE HOLDEN-1-block from lake. nished bungalow, on Lake INCOMNPROPERTY-About 2 blocks
a .very roml two bedroom home all Open Sunday. An ultra modern concrete block PRINCETON AVE.. 6:1: W-5 rom_ I Georgia von Schiller, to sell. $15.000. W. J.: Klstler, Realtor.Tavares I terms Pay monthly. Have lot paid easy I i Conway and Falrvlew. All In Butler good from North Orange Avenue en East

2 extra lots; fruit bUDe.lo. V& acre corner lot. Lovely furnished-". 10 ft. ; b.r WE HAVE 2 beautiful Florida. for when building materials becomeavailable shape and worth price asked See side. A very spacious 5-bedroora house

trees; shade trees etc.; b.t bloI bus 1 LAKX FRONT HOME-New. masonry living room with fireplace and dining lIne citrus. Lk It Might Lancaster that can SYLVAN SHOREfleautifui Span- Property this high class Hale Dean with Bettes Investment on 75-foot lot. excellent for guest
UD; all for H.r- view from picture window In large rom Completely furnished Includingnew 1, (9.500 a Liberal terms. C. R.Emerlck. at reduced price IsIs type home 8 rooms, bath lane section Is bound to rapidly Co. 25 w. Washington phone 8513. house. $12,500. good terms. Jamer

m.1 with ) WDI.m. R"ltr. living room. Special rot yntU.tol.elcl.n' w..h.r. dl&w..b.r and electric Realtor. 610 N. Orange; TeL formation M. J. corner lot home etrs. 12.50. W. in value. Buy today Icr.s.bed of this son and Carter Realtor. 70 E. Central.
21 W. Washington sink. A fine terms.Lorraine 7348. Main phone 6977. ,1.Kistler.
110 lo.tloD 'ID.n.d. 18.50. S R.ltr. Incr.s. We have some beautiful LAKE VIEW 6-room house and bath i A. T. Carter 9516. __
01 Mor.rlr Joe G. Myera. HoUm.1 PRINCETON SCHOOL Three-bed beautiful lot" large lots right on the golf tlectncity.
lol.nd W-HAVE. corner course. On concrete NORTHEAST For location where
TAVARE5 road, -
Realtor. Washington St. Phone Re.lor C.rrll Bldg.. 672 rom house- with living room din- : NII"ly citrus I I Water lights gas and bus available. acne rich vegetable land, all cleared 9, satisfied tenants can be had the

DtUA COUNTRY CLUB-Prao- 8881. : room breakfast room klth.D Shores that we can $4.250. W. J. Klstler. Realtor, Tavares P..e. C.rrll.a. Boland Owners. Acre of bearing sroe. 300 ft from > year round. With a good yield on the
IW concrete block bunga LAKE FRONT-Partly furnished 2 bath and screened prch Solr the fastidious home )'la. .; 672 N. Orange; 2- 250O-acre lake Less than 2 miles Investment See this Apartment prop

low. Large ; cool la ammer w.r bedroom tile blneao. perfectcondition. ten heater electric at" 00 sized dential Information. 40 of land 3 acres In fer- 45S1: evenings 2-2534. from business center of good town erty. Showing a gross Income of more
la winter. Br..war .r. perfect tAKE AAI SECTION-Older frame 10,20 f. Quick fruit trees. 1500. Broker 132 8. Main. ACRE. Near Leesburg. I near Orlando' If you want land that than S5OOO. Mr. Lyle with Herman

Dn Houa. a t1 and II good condition and possession. 12.50. 3. Mo. Moore. R..ltr. : 109 X. Pine. MODERN-HOME-Ask You"De will III..t"d.find that most fern growers EAST SIDE-Near city limits-. 0x [win produce the best, this la it. Price, 1 Goodwin Inc., Broker, 677 N. Orange;

you buy It. C.1 for 8a very nicely furle. Five full rom Broker. 132 S. 1.1". phone 1.'' ROBINSON"V .- 5-bedroom house. best buy In Orlando are independent for a few days 120 corner lot. A good buy at 86500. terms Jim M. C*Id we'll with !, 9653.

ler with Martle WIW.m. b.t encloAd aeepl porch screen LAKE FRONT-Tyenty acres four I Reduced. Furnace heat, b.ament unusual term Jim M. Will offer 'tbl Lee $350. Call Ray Lennon ruth Joe O. 'Ilun. Asher Peter. Realtor, con Central ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL Just
West (106.DUBSDREAD porch .. store room. laundry. Owner 719 X. I 1.80. l.te and Main: 2-0786.
PhD. bedroom house three hundred feet I Asher Peter. Realtor man. Realtor 6638. I about the choicest tract left
Pe. 1.00.H.rlo.. G. Fredrick. 118 I.k front only 3Vi miles from town. Ave. Ph. 2180.SUURW. and Main: 2-0786. Leesburg. Fla. Grel. LAKE MON'ROE.4Aurses fr- I 338x400 ft. (over 3 acres). 600 ft.

Overlooking .ol Orle. 8188. land ia fertile the house only have I homes. Dif- ROUSE-Not HIGHWAY 17-92--Close In. 50z267 I ford). 30O ft. of perfect frontage i south of city limits on west side of
course. A lovely 2-bedroom "It's .r. t live I Orlando. I four years eld_ome furnishings In- pat of tw for (1000 L and nicely I 52. Groves for Sale ft. Business location. Priced en north aide of Lake Monroe and St. I!I hlrhway. Drive by-look it over.

a' gem of architectural design and cluded. Price .n.50.0. C.l Breenwith down: like rnt. See Wm' inc kitchen. Ready I II today's market for quick tale. .nde I Johns River. 10 acres of land, mag-:j' (My signs are on the property).

construction. Immediately availableat r I .- 2-830 109 E M.te. with Daniel Kolar. Broker occupancy. Five 'i BARTON LAKX.-.35 acres fronting Painter with Asher Peter 70 nlflcent forest trees. Paved road. i Non-resident owner must sell.. wants
leis than rpl.cemeDco.t of LAKE DAVISSECTION-Filrnlahed 6 I Pine. 1.ln. 7811.SOUTHEAST I paved street. ( Highway 15 and backing up to E. Central; 2-0786. R..ltr. I Electricity Positively one of the fin 1 offer-will give extra good terms.

home or RamuAI room home : porch career LANCASTER PA-bctUon.I'lo SECTION-Lovely frame handle. .- : lake. $:0. M. 3. Broker. AVE. Lot est and most picturesque water front !., Asher Peter. Realtor, cor. Central
with Cavenaugh. Realtor Washington all redecorated : and out big cation. -. located on large corner E. Pine.OPEN 132 S. phone 6977. KLY: Ferris near Dr. DI.De ; properties In Central Florida! $3500, and Main; 2-0786. .
Arcade. 4308. corner lot with view ef Lake steel sash tile roof. rooms nicely bUle.lo. lake with right of I 81. ; paving terms Asher Peter. Realtor eon Central ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL Welding
I ; ; lot onrloklD. I I COMMERCIAL steady ; Raehn Ave., p.-I
Davis. The house We havethe GRVE .Icew.lk 85. and Main
DUB8DRZADSE1ONWIU carry I key and happy to show. Price L- furnished. Venetian blnd 4 bed to I.k. Large garage with work- producer. 60 trees P.I.. 5 lots to : 2-0786. body, paint shop, with or
S 1.5.
100% 0 L loan. Ne. 2bedroomunfurnished Some terms. Harlow roma; 2 baths: large room; shop. Grand location and excellent ROUSE TODAY At $70 per acre is our biggest alu.. Jdlw.te $3.50. Lake LAKE FRONT 200 ft. 24 acres. without equipment Good business for
houn 110.N. O. Fredrick. fireplace: delightful sun porch. Tile condition. You owe It to yourself to I W.ltel. 672 N. ; .' Lake lot Modern new frame bungalow; gar-i:: right party Reasonable. Coast to
Oak for.garage outside cit "It's Or.Dc. D.I 188.Orlando. I floor: nice dining room; large klthel see this before buying. Only (10.00. Come out and see this I Orange: 9616. Re.lor. I Crystal Lake tnci.o&. Lots in al! I age. Gas. electricity, hot water Land I Coast Welding Body and Paint
ilL ( for H-857. V. r.t I breakfast nook. Plenty and Works. 18th St.. Corner 8.*
c.bln6 with terms arranged. See I a beautiful lake CURRY A.cton. Sam Johnson Co. 208 water best In Fla. Young grove.
Condlct. Realtor; 37 E. Central. 6137. I heater room. 3 ; cedar Brass Realty Co. Ph.PUBJtBAN.Junt I White. sand beach. 4 FORDROAD.3 acres move S I Other fruit Beautiful lawn, shrubs, j I: Blossom Trail Orlando. Florida.
I 1 I C.Dtral good high on paved I J ;
closets: beautiful lake view all rooms. 2-3155. : road !I .I. I 4 miles from Orlando .
DUSSDREADSECTION-New. Ab I baths. C.I be used I 3 with le I.ane $5.500. McKel- 125 ft. on hard road. RAILROADD AND HIWAY frontage-
toa roof modern bath. LAKE CONWAY 2 bedrooms and Full tile bath. 2-1 laundry LNCASER PAR l.t' Owner Write P. O. Box 182. ,
f.n IU.c outside city but all : efficiency apartment I ,. 64 8521 Real I Dr. $ I 1'4 acres; large shop building
floor tum.e. asbestos gidin,. I 2 sleeping of rch Prn.d nc.a. tubs. Ezepton.U, w.n. buit. Poun-. for city connnielce.. 2 bedroom bungalow ; Includes electric i I .: 1. Cent.. Ph I| f. corner on Lancaster 60.. I LAKE FRONT-Home and 2 guest with living quarters on property for
and aubstantlal. 2 A good acr. IDd. b.eh d.tol .t.el r.lnorc.d north of Fairbanks lease. H. A. Hay Intersection of Hi-
good Pave street. cottages home
bdro. on corner $1700. or and rental cot- I
home. ft
Call Ray cool tre. I
buy at S8OOO. Huckel- I Ilc. 27.50. at (8.400. If desired. W.lte I Apopka HIghway Turn appointment'j i groveclose I I.nd M. S. tases. Additional buildings for in- way 441 and Bear Lake Roard. Bttm
6 Mo.
dial ONce Realtors. ; IK E. Robinson: DOD with Joe G. Myers. Realtor. 6638.LAKX 1 terms. Sam Johnson Co.. 8 W. Rose Investment Co. 49 N. Oln& White "Bros. Brokers; 2 acres acres young. Keb. phone 6977. 1.1 come conversion. Ideal for recuperation i Loekhart. Fla. w-

23733.L3UBSDREAD Ave. Orwla Manor office j oa home. 17 Vi acres In grounds; 100
SECTION-New 5-room IVANHOK-Brand new 3-b! .11.LI ADAIR SECTION-l.ew mason Orange A"e.SOUHWET. M. prOPrtr.. $14.500. Jones LKEFRN0' frontage, bearing citrus trees. Wonderful soil I

and del concrete block buuloW. room bungalow. 2 baths, tile rof. I home. right every. way. SECTION-Two bed- I SUPER CLEAN-St. I phone $10.." Broker 12 8. eloe ID E. Stewart with .1.00. for nursery Nearly 400 ft. on lake. I\ TOURIST ROME AND APTS.i .-
Full til. b.th paved .tret; beautiful h.rd.o nor.Lrc living Large living rom 2 bdrom. tiled nicelyfurnished and bath S Better check this today with Georgia i

I..h Ask. for 13 mont. 4* mort I' .room wit fI.pl.c.. flor furnace. ed bath tiled kltbel. Nt. la.. .cre.n eletic.1..pI. prcb.b. Immediate school and store.ree. in the famous C. B.Indian DAVIS River for .rv. St.LAKE R.ly Co. 20 X. Washington von Schiller. Realtor; 7186. We have good listings on many good
V. Dubl. 2..1 garagewills pnb. C.ntr.l hot and d1trct tourist homes and See
water apartments.
l.rold I' financed. SUBURBAN
and sleeping
Condlrt. 37 E. toilet j garage. right best of termg. p.e.lon. 5.85. E..11 m.tc 104 E. Jefferson 21849.OROVElISHE FRONT-100 ft. In rooms
R..ltr C.ntr.!111. Large .bowe. I.UDdr.. Pc.e Orlando immediate SP.t to Spl..1" screens. 14 good City re.trctedInterl.kel. porch. 1-aefe good ,garden soil. us before you buy
la. 1.nda.P Ut.50. O.n.r Spiegel .. con.enleler. UI-
.T Block bunga I' $. Caldwell with R.ltr R.ltr. 706 quick sale: ter. Azaleas; palms; chicken houses and
.built in 1942; terrazzo floors; Davis Ratr, I D.e..loD Jim )et.l 2-3211. n.rbY. Gunnlson. u.ua. bargain. Le C..ford with runs. $4.SOO. ", cash balance $25 per Hall Bros. Agency, Realtors. 112 N.
tile b.t attic fan. Attractively fQ 2-18- II PetH. R.lor. eoI. C.ntra SOUTHEAST down Phone 940$. BUNGALOW L. Pryde. Reator. N. Orange month. Furnished. $3,000. Mr. Nunex Orange Ave. Phone 5189.
and Main: 2-4596.
.Ith all el.ctrl 281.LNCASTR buys new .SECION-O. fin ; with Herman Goodman. Inc.. Broker;
$10,500 with fall. LAKE IVANHOK !CO"- PAR-I'. news when ish it. Call Mr. Smith Henry miles from city limits, 278 late LAKE-3 .er. sand beach. Close 677 N. Orange Ave. 9855.

C. Shumway. Realtor 14 room bungalow dn: ,I C.I wel-buU' moeIl M. Burch. Broker. 12 8. .It 21090.8UBURBANNearl'uiw.2bedroom. ENJOY LIVING Valenclas. 16 t.nltlea. 26 grape In. Ctr. I.J. Bargain TOURIST COURT (Highway 441>-
Orange; 2-3282. 2 b.t large lot: out of state owner 1 residence In fnl. 2 bedroom the grove 12.300. Picnic tsb. Tm. to SUBURBAN HOME Close to city, 4 units completely furnished. Also

lAST. SIEuae 2 mie. out. New furnished b..t or offer for Imle.t sale for; section for 10. 2 bdrom. porch.sleeping concrete block house 01 highway. Lake front 6 miles : : : road. Get price and lo.tlon at J dabble bsuch. thoe ts. 5613. Bldg. paved road new masonry- construction cottage for owner 10 acres plenty

bungalow .nfurn.bed. prcb. areen.d 2 miles out. Lot 70x135. more .cement .V : I Bros. Agency I R.ltr. M. large living room. 2 bedrooms room for expansion or trailer Priced
Large screened rch Central Zelma Minion 1.1. Williams.Realtor. Lre. tre.Dtr.1 A.h.r and p.t.r. available. Price Very easy lot I I.rc breze.u. i Orange Ave. Phone Realtors 112"N !i LAKE CONWAY-Southern 'exposure. with large closets 10 by 28 ft. for immediate sale. See Mr. Mowrey,
oU h..L Automatic .tr heater. 21 W. WuhI.tl Street. Cl. laD terms. "You 150.Byrnes about I 7750. Some I I 3189.I i Hem Isle. 75' wide to I.k. Paved screened porch. 2 car garage and with King Real Estate 30 E. Churcu.
and workroom. Phong 8106. 2-0786. I road at $1.650. 8833. 8433. "Open Sunday."
O.r. Pane road. I It" Broken 1964 W. Winter I r.a. laundry. Lot 100 by 535 ft. Plenty
Pomp pl.lon A a LAKE LUCERNE-Beautiful home er Park. r.lb.nk. Ball Bros. Agency. Frank D. Ou.rnsr. of room for garden and chicken TOURIST COURT-No.: 1 Highway 3

1.0. Realtors. 128 LAKE LANCASTER SECTION I Guest house-12 rooms' and 4 tobaths. Orange Ave. Phone I ORVEI0 acres on brick r'city I LAKE VIEW-Beautiful high lot. Excellent Only 7.900: adjoining lot available. double collates, six room apartment -
Or.nc. Phone 414. lovely 2-bedroom bungalow. Tileroof Nicely furl.hed. including SOUEST SECTION-Near Dela I w.tr. con.enlence.. Close to location. Overlooking 2 Would probab.pass GI loan reQUlrements i Completely equipped restaurant

XAST-.4 2 steam heat. A real value at $8.- linens. Short walk to stores-City S-room frame bungalow {I thr.Ic town heavy produce in a lakes. Courtney Realty Co. 392 N: ; immediate possession. with beer and wine Also gas station.
porches rom. b.t .creD 750 lUllhe. Oeo. H. Kittredge Park at your front door. Price is completely and nicely furnihe BUY TODAY .pt. Price 13.0. the Orange; dial 2-2471. Harlow G. Fredrick, Ill N. Orange 1' Nicely furnished cottages with tile
ze.ar. with -
Wo rom San 2-3176. and liberal terms wanted. brand new fUllture 1.1. or Black. dial 8188.
2628 F. Jefferson.EAST2MILESNeat. R.ltr. I baths. Approximately 22 of land
18.50 i acres
tur. block H LAKE
screened porch tile CONWAY SECTION-9 lots
Emerlck. R..ltor. 610 N.Orange ; b.t tile rot.; bUDe.lo. Rltor. 21.OROV& b "It's great to live In Orlando."
new attractive: LAKX LAWSONA (Near)-Here Is ft : Tel. 7348. fruit trees: large each and pay mortgage Lnl"o tween 2 latr. l.k.Ve. on I with 459 ft. on highway. This court
2 bedrooms; 8 nice lots. Move pre-war 2 story furnished I room called North-.must sell this month. Information. road; t.k. $1.5. J-A.L. Ohio provides view of Indian River and
rlsht in. tern .. home. In b.utlu setting. Floor furnace LAKE FAIRVIEW SECTION-Uncompleted immediate I possession. Price ::: ) Schiller. Realtor. 7186. Real Estate 108 ... I SUBURBAN-About 8 miles from has plenty of room for trailer camp
1. :
Broken 306 Main; How.rd. rom and den; porte- but livable. One large room. I to $8.200; easy terms at 5 %. E: CEMENT BLOCK LAKE OSCEOLA-Winter Park's town on white sand bottom lake and additional cottages Price $31.000
and 14 28. Immediate possession. Citywater with 165-foot cash. Exclusive
eober garage tile rf. Worthy x clusive listing. Mr. with frontage and riparian with Mr. Folsom with
SIDE lake
E with -3-bedroom hous.j your Investigation $17,500. C. corner lot. 100 x 150 ft$1950.. I P. Mattox. 145 N. Main Wh..ler 5809. rom. beautifully grove of highest rating fines and r.adenU.1 sec rights. Appcoxlmately 400 feet deep. Harold Shepherd Realty Co. 20 X.
fruit ; last k.
ere. and plenty ofshade. Davis realtor; 104 E. I terms 120 cash balance very easy. =. Very lea. i 60 .c.. on hard road in miles ton. ba. hous sandy Modern 2-bedrootn home furnished | Washington St. Phone 8124.I .

with $ T1 t a Good buy at 120 21649LUCERNE : Asher Realtor eon Central SUAT- old. Nice clean lot Klttlnger :i| Orlando. Average 20,000 box. past Price We.te" exposure all electric kitchen. $8250; can buy I WAREHOUSE.-.With modern office

ance. eub tem.36 01 SECTION Beautifully and Main; 2-188. 5rom .ne screened porch. 2-74. I years. Two thirds Valenclas. bal- i! 4308 1.5. Cannaueh R.ltrs. I adjoining land Jamerson and Carter 1 and,showroom, also employee apart
P.r1 Ra Etat. I P.; furnished home with Income from MURIEL AVE.-2-bedroom. unfurnished Ne.l decor.td.. Lrc. garage.lake.Splendid Onlarge good ".rlet. Location tops. |'! LAKE Realtors 70 E. Central Phone A. T. ment. Paved street an R.R. siding. A
2114.ES 2 apartments second bungalow. In perfect condition for Ilca tlol Priced to sell. FRONT LOTS In Interlaken. Carter, 9516. real bargain at $22,000. terms. Geo.
SIDE-Splendid five-room house living O .tr. 6 has left the must Del.hborho. Owner being rU Unusual City Conveniences; re- SUBUHBAN H. Kittredge
rom quarters en owner elY. SPEC det.U -214 acres of fine aoiL ft Son Realtors
.Ith large rooms two fine porches sell. Call Henry Ir.t. .tr., ell. Phone 2-1710 Monday le us tr.nfele. ral bargain at Agency Realtors, 112 N. stricted. Nydegger In*. Co.. SOS .I Small dwelling. Milk cow and sad 2-3176.
la A-I location furnished at 10. Broker: 12 8. Main: show yon property. 150. n.h terms. .1 Close In. elI & Orange Aye Phone 189. Colonial Dr.; dial 8065.OSCEOLA dIe horse. Electricity. Bus. $3000
ftOOOO. handled with $ 2Ult.LK2 tl Pic 1.50 Asher Peter Ra- Spacious WEST SIDE-3 apartments and living
C.I b 3.50. with Frank COURT. Winter Park-70 Herman Goodwin Inc.. Broker 677
Call R.ltr tor con Central and : quarters. Large lot very at
O'ar-MIIa 2-0836. I phone 2-1710. M.II terranean type house ft. fronting Lake Oseeola. Walking I N. Orange; 9855. tractive. For
Pine. SOUTHEAST SECTION 3-bedroom landscaped corner distance stores particulars call Mr.
CHEROKEE MARKS STREET SECTION (Near 13 acres coU.e. 5000. P.O. TURKEY IJ KK Boerstler with
Into duplex. Also 2 ORVEProucI. ; I 1 SECTION-60 acres. Henry M. Burch.Broker. .
ZDGEWATER house furnished; large grounds: Box 332. .
school) Close to everything. 2 large ments rented .rov. pIeppl. V, 10 cleared 4-room partly furnished 12 8. Main. 2-10BO.
tile..brick bungalow. 3 bdrom Price reduced on this beautiful four bedrooms- Unn room dining rom bus stop lake.on corner onrloll.b.atful more. A now real Cotae with b.th 7.700 terms i t PALM TERRACE-Beautiful building house. Large tool house, wash house 3-ACRX HIGHWAY LOT facing 300

bath h.rd.o floors: b.utful bedroom home located between kitchen delightful -front screen eomor income b.re.11 Rel 30 X. Church. : site: lake view and lake fronta.'Attractive equipped with G. E. washing machine I ft. on Highway 17. and 200 ft on

I.r. lt Pr a 11.$0 .Klttredge Lake Cherokee and Lake Dul. Upstairs ed porh oak flr trouehout Carter.Pc.K. CeDtrL.50. Phone T. nished proDrtr. "Open Sund.I. prCt.. *r T.cde. Devel- Large chicken house and brooder big Lake Kathryn. $5.000. Our sign
I ,
e"ulpmeD& 2-3176. has four bedrooms .nc largenamedin c.r.c. T eo. Carter 9516. A oCUP.DCY. Price UDIN RIVER GROVX WestTTf oPr. 31 ; 2-442. I house Tractor and truck Price $7000.I on property M. J. Moss. Broker, 132
l Sn Rltr. .UI porch with view. an $ terma. 000 to $11.0. Bech. 20 acres. 1331 trees. SOUTHEASTSEC'flON.Beit buy In Jane Bros.. 235 N. Main; 7559. 8. Main, phone 6977.3UNITAPARTMENTTwe.
EST SIE 2-bedroom home for Downstairs extra large living rom Jamerson and C.rr. Realtors. 70 B.CentraL SOU--bdom home. Neat Huck'Nel. / seedless grapefruit; 2/3 Valen City: 100x140 (2 lots); choice loca WINDERMERE on Lake Butler) 240
your own home la and dining room full Phone Buster Carter furnbed. separate ... Ages 10 3-room
1.:0. O.D. .crel A WOI. to 17 tion. Out of town owner says sell I foot lake front.. Unfurnished 2-
I work shade ye.r. ArU.11 units down. Frame
beautiful 5-room
music up. one
H. ell-
frit good
lnur.nc. drainage for $850.
ro. first to .. bedroom,
A.one. cmplet 1:18.WI fr. T. party .e'thN. frame home; possession
2-car lot
Broker; Cnoway with trees ( all. Sammie Fran construction. garage Corner
212 rom. flr ST.-.Route 3 cisco. :80 .,hammock .01 Surrounded by wi them. Mr. Wheeler June 1st. Price $13,000. Mike Flower I will sell for
$744. tulbout tile room l-a Crll. R.ltor Centrl Arcade. 7407. $ I with 3. : 125 x 150. some fruit
guest 10. ar. C. B. l.tt0. 145 N. Main; Broker 33 8. Main. Phone 8529.
SOUTHEAST 509. bungalow.
for small
$9.000 trade
ea..e. Se this for a com SOUTH furnished .. ;. 104 X. I or
fortable I and other Good cndltla SECON-2-hdrm. fully modern 6-room .etersl WINTER PARK-2 adjacent lots. 2') ACRES
SECTION home a desirable bu.Ie. heat. (Near Lake Conway). Call Mr. Riots with Stlmpson-Staton.
New. 2-bedroom mot .
ES lust lo.toD Cal Reggie with O $10.50.. Lr.a Dln Broke fruit trees. 9500. Mr. Boerst low. Large .creD.d I Fach 60x140. Near Lake VI.elnl.. Good trucking land. Citrus trees. Metealf Bldg.. Phone 5159.
completd. Built of B.. 2-1219. C.l kitchen brand new COUNTY-75-acre fine grove both for 1500. C. B. Davis Realtor Chickens, stock and comfortable "
red tile brick til Swop. 6 *" Phone 5813 or len with Henry Broker; : ; ; 7- NEW. MODERN store building, 25x5oOT
steel casement b.t oa for 2.08.fte hours. MARION ST. 2618 -New block bunga S. Main: M Burch 1 r.c.Reduced to $5950. I I I good mixed varieties, mostly 22 yrs. I 104 E. Jefferson. 2-1649. room horn furnished. Price $8500. with glass front 2 toilets rooms

sills pl.trr.walls.. tl. screenedporches .Sacrifice $2000. 2109.WR with Ben ; heavy stock hammock land: all IOUI ori '' WINTER PARK-Residential lots 1 Courtney Realty. 392 N. Orange; 2- tile flora. Lot 60x135. Paved from St.

Irle wit hot and cold NORTH-Lake estate. Tile-built gorgeous PARK-Here's your oppor N. Court: 7990. i Lake Suthe.. .shore one I I delightful Lake Knowles IctOD 2471. f; to door. Could be used for any kind

water. and bus seirIM. LARK FRONT-3 acres located on one home grove beautifullylandscaped to make a good Investment.A DICK'S HOUSE-Only R.. frontage small lk.; some Paved street. Ready for 100 FT. BUSINESS lot oa East RobInson of business. Just beyond Air Base on
Price $8500. Will stand veteran of the pretUea lakes in Florida. perfect beach with boathouse well located fine building balance monthly. Other In hou. < building. As low as 495. Inspect to at the Bumby St intersection. Cheney Highway. Price 10500. Ph.

loan. Call W. B Bridges with Joe I room hou. perfect large garage snant'Qu.r.r.DYloP contrcte with room house. P.pl.e.. to detai. oUce. Pice. day. Call Winter Park 540-R orweekdays $2500. Stripling with M. J. Moss. 4964. __ _
Myers. eOldtl or sell eombln.tlOI hlh.I. .tor 10.00; 2-4551. j Broker. 132 B. Main. phone 6977.FARM ?
with '
eltr. frol-
0 88.PABK8 JQulppe ap.rment room for Immel.t ocup.ncy. Timer, with J. EASY LIVIN-Two can manage.
see this to .ppw.t the.value. it tb Claybaugh. Realtor. Out of Pl.n\ would Broker l.ttol. &OY. .pecl.l.t. 2 BEAUTIFUL Iot. Ideal lo.to.low. AND HOME-Nice 2-bedroom Clean well furnished best stores,

AVE.-4 bedrooms: 6 Price $14.500.. 15 balance M.tc.1 '. trade for good grove. For OWer full particulars lando Ave.. (Near COUNTY 14 I!: price. .. OWt Tempi. dwelling. Shrubbery; flowers; shade; refrigerators, beds. 4 cabins rooms.doubles.

lots Including 2 cor 1. 2 or 3 me show NORTHWET SEC0N-Nlcels fur see Mantle Williams, Realtor p.. Winter Park. south-30 .grove .brder. :> Drive. Winter ._ garage; outbuildings; paved highway; i room for more, Top location
ler bearing grove. Oarage laun you. P. H BI.cl Realtor. Ph. Long- nb.e. W.U lunu- 21 West W..hlnetol St Phone 8106. NEW 2-BER1 on consisting of 2 lak. .. j 1 3 LOTS-Bearing trees Can water; electricity. 12 acres of fine close in. Look at the books. Over
d with shower: cblkl house. .o wit attached garage Nice 1 1 .. 15. only ..aa' old 144 Duncan I!I. be seen at 930 25th St. j soil. Partly cleared and fenced 24 $3 000 since Jan. Pick up now. $35.-
8hol and transit Winter LAKE FRONT-5 large rooms and brho. Close to school bus and WINTER PARK New 'I White Bros.. 84 N. Temple. I,!: I miles from city limits. $6600. some 000. Claybaugh. Realtor Metealf
No and baa 2bdrl'brick frit 14 t.ncelnu. 20 V.kne.* ii shady lots. House trailer : Herman Good
P.rl ItUIU. Inflation at (14.000 b.t fuU furnished. AU la per O.ner t.n.fered bungalow YOU FIND THE GIRL worth I terms. Mr. Lane with Bldg.
tor 01,.0 terms. Robt L. Pryde. Real f.ct rpar. With boat house and reduced price t U.g1O all. See trees: ".50. See Lre.. H. Royal. the home. Clyde terms responsible party j I I new cross state camp.highway Good 11 water.miles On X. I win Inc. Broker; 677 N. Orange: ; WELL LOCATED railroad property.

Buy With N. Orange; 2-4596. dock. : l-a garage. An types of Oe.Ave.F.-Brass Ph. 23155. 1 I Cen- with .. Hall. Realtor 150 Park 122 S. Main. Phone 8. Dl.t Broker; 27 W !: of Orlando at Bunker Hill. Aunbag bargainat : flftss I! Amelia and SAL railroad. Good buy'i
. With .lu.bl shrubbery.Investigate t.1 Ave.. Winter Park. 342. o 8412. $800. I live LARGE NEW BLOCK bouse. 5 room i for warehouse or Investment. Will
'Pryde. _ _ 11. Busch wit S.t Hutching. NORTH SIDE-Substantial 3-bedroom WINTER PARK I : tr..1 Hargroves. on premises. M. L. and bath: tin water electrIcity I build warehouse. Lease. Louis E. Ga-
206 -$1.000 down"yanIce GROVE 7 415
PRRET H.rlklDc beau- I. 1.11. '81. home 1..1 school and .boppln home cr. 1H acres of good truck farm land: bel. Owner 19 Rutland Building Ph.
center. .. in desirable neighbor McNUTT-HZASLKT. 150 trees 8 years, balance I INTERESTED IN AN Interest bearing school i
for quick 8383.
State Highway near : j
Ll well hood on ;
buiL 1. en large Full price, to 4 ..JoI
years Valencia
Planned LAKESIDE I lot 8.5. with ,: Investment with rapid Increase In '
2-story .. 3 HOME-New 3- 50. R.muD with Henry M. church, store. Bus stops at door. BUY ON FLORIDA'S Main Street
Broker acres
2 muoD Present these thre h."r h.mmok. marI I value? Ask at why
br. tile baths powder room. bedroom horn.. 2 tile Realtors. Main. .Burch lineal I *, and hickory. 0.1.cabin i Whispering Breeze I $6000. Bon 389 8-Star. ,. Highway frontage oa U. S. 17-92.
a lot there brings that. For-
lot. On
This well klCen termota controlled floor NORTHEAST cement but all .I right In Its hand pump. close south you SELL OR TRADE-Large egulty In : With or without building. White
nus al la SECON-Ne. I .1 t rest City Rd, 7-10 ml. N. Old Apopka
and hoe cmpletls 'l.c. clot. 0.1 block home. prbe& Apopka. sacrifice quick county home and 25 acres for good 1 Bros.. 'Broker; 824 N. Mills.I .
beautifully 1 Rd. Handy Orlando Winter Park
furnished. floors 2-car __ __
close garage .Itb tubs Lot l011S. Price $5350. $ WINTER PARK Number one an S3 OOO. some terma. Johnston house trailer and car. ElectrIcity I B
t .a .t.t. (2.0. Huckei- toilet and bath. Beautiful Ann Goodwin n&.It bungalow of t I Broken I W. Church St. J{ BUILDING LOTS-Select your home- water, school 'bus. 2 bedrooms and 57. Real Estate Exchanged
dial ;! 18 CaU or see Morlaity with :uo8, Herman beautiful oak br.e site now In the attractive Dubs- I screened porch. Bog 422 8-8tar.
e3atn. GwI Ie.Brokr. 11 This 1s the home for
tr of 1
Myers. phone Orange Jorc. livingat more nice orange dread Country Club section. Lots in
Rcatr. 888. : with TRADE 6-ROOM unfinished house
98:5. Its Lying bah rom. thr. "fOr$750 an WE HAVE several small homes
; near
Michigan bat. btweel t.o I.ke I j I all sixes. Close to school bus and
nR C aDe MI St NORTH EAST-"For the dlarl.t oa a room, room Box 2. j acreage from $1.9OO op. One ape- i for late model couPe Charlie Morgan.
front north; ? grooms; lr.ene ing.. Newly furnished Dwn.taIa extra lnda.pe lt. tral heater room and AnDt Orl.ndo stores. Priced reasonably. Cash nr cial nice and new Just 10 minutes S3. West Chinch
; terms. Jane Bros., Main
rom. 233 N. : 7559.
Ilc.l. i
frame too. make the price of Slayton. Realtor,
I abbr Beautiful kitchen from city. $5.5OO.
Ire ctu.. Close eo bu..tor. LAKK FRONT A rambling ranch- sun porch.bUle.lo.2..1 garage: quiet street.Beautifully. kitchen .ne. br.U.a. ,rom.four den. reasonable; (10.500 Vt ACRE GROVEIO acrO'jj I 32_E. Pine; 6851.IF 57-1. Beach Property
1.2.&r. Mahogany financed only $ vs al.ncla acr. young ValenI I: 5!. Country Property for Sale
Sm ati bUDC.I. $ B tiful
eon Co.. 208 p.nee 1.lda.P 2.00. C. ; corner bedrooms, 2 baths. The s acres 20 y r. 2 OD INTERESTED In country ,,
OORX A 8 Mall. I .del .It"fireplae... B.m.d Davis. R.lor 10 E price is unQue.Uon.d at 17.50. unfnrnlshed. tulre The attached Valenclas Hm11 acr.mix and lake property with 10 acres of BEACH LOTS-within few blocks ef
.VI IAT- h0.1.I baths-i tiled. 1 in 2-1649. Jtfcnn1 or 18.$0 furnhe lree. I Located near Winter land. 300 ft on lake frontage, 6-room ocean la New Smyrna Beach. Priei -
Nic three large C.r.ra cl'l Shown only by O.rd.D l I ed from 8200. Terms U desired. Also
rom. NORTHEAST-Here is a aprlBtmeltH.1 # Last home shade and citrus trees approximately i I
and tiled .. le le
tl Number two a conditin. ALTAMONTE SPRINGS
bdrom.. Wdo. high P.rQUt room home. In a 1 )ea. pro 41., miles from our office. 7 1 I ocean front lots. Write Telephone or
located bo.
Bus near .rOr I The. .1. .ht. which can be bought .o. Bros. Aeencs. Realtors 112 N. exceptional comfor A. 4.33 Broker. Phone 11.0.. or 10 mInute drive on paved road, See-I.. H. Bouchelle Broker. 112
design and built- floor has Grtu. Two 5-room houses In package '
.tre 30 one
P. ncr WI The Same Ave New Smyrna Beach. Phone
P. .1.0 lnut. in featurea. Shown by appointment. make offer. Mr. Lyle with Herman Or.le A.e 51. The ground floor haa I !t for $4.200. call us*for appointment to show. ''
Ilfurlhe .25 i for all-of the property is $16.500. .- S*.
Goodwin price
fue .n-"d1 I C. Babeock. Jr.. with Robert R. IDC.Brol.r; 677 N. Orange; library or .UI rom. -Large crop set New house-S rooms; large lot. Tile .
Re.1or cash and balance
: Terms. $5.000
18 Realtor Etc COCOA BEACH.-Inorth-southl.) 50-
W. Perfect
414. I 1 Walnctn 6174. kitchen al A ? protection. Good I floors; $8.250. ',
WINTER PARK Several miles $100 per month. The house and the ft lots ideal for Summer cottage-
HARRISON I NORTHEAST SECTION Well constructed porch 13 deep finest Prrnlshed-Spacious home; price $7.-
ST.. 2irne 2- I frame bungalowwith north. One of the best bun on \hemarket across the fee ef $1.203 Pord.'a. b. i I 500. terms. fruit from the grove will average the I I Investment (25O up. C. B. Davis.Realtor.104EJefferson. .
frame 'r.
I 5101 pr rental $100 month. The .
etl income
JH b.tl. ana rm 2..1 brom I extra lne bdrs ana porch with 3 to.r. Atr.ctn. frame bU. ceives wonderful 4:0.: C..D.U.h i Call at our Altamonte Springs Office time to buy lake front per property Is :': 2-1649.__
c.r.le b I lake across the street i Homer SewelU Manager. Call Win- OCEAN FRONT HOME and Income
( LAKE FRONT-Country Club et AU.re fon GROVE
Lt .cUOI bedroom, iv, baths downstairs, all -Close in. Tij- ..ei i I when the owner is anxious to sell and
from .
.,. block from lake. house ter Park 55394.HpckeiOhtcal beautiful New Smyrna Beach.
the key. Johnson. Real One of Orlndo'. finest Abt o..h.I Pe electric large bre..r lion You can make money en willing to consider a reasonable otter j Ca
.home. for quick sale klth.n screened as large a good Realtors 118 E. BoblD I Sacrifice
tor 140 N. ; three modern apartments.
Orange 8612. "specianaing on a plot I Iconstructed abmorr.r. porch. 2- & acres. 5613. Herman Goodwin Inc.. Broker; (71 !
M.sn See Geo. F. Brass garage guest ho. 4S This property I. CI.b.ueh..t. m; dial 2-3753. 15500.
la Home.HT I 3 bedrooms. 2 \C. acres of grove. CaU Sam Wright .Itt Bldg. i ii N. Orange; 9855 or 6660. i'I for quick sale only $8.300
tiled baths. 2-car I 19E.Central Ave. Ph. 2-3155. that if included In cash required. 100' ocean frontage
A VE.-r house; garage suspended Wit David Andrews. Realtor, Winter class, but the owner I write G. A. Wemtherton.
2-C523 I u nor. b.a.cn, steam heating, NORTHEAST RAh type fr.ml 9.WITR offers because of i i 56. Business Property for Sale ;;I wire or ewner. -
H Jldle extra large bungalow with CLOSE IN on Highway 17 big : Ocean and 18th St. New 8mmr -
HARWOOD AVt-3 bedroom, frame" I coppr living b.ut floors. Modem as the houses being i PARK Ce.house miles due north o The CITRUS EMPIRE of over 100 acres i| Lake Ksthrrn. 1 mile north of 'r "* Beach. via.I .

bungalow, dining room and and p&Dele porch rom P.U built at than today's Lr. Pr .utom.tc Ofice. __ j A first class commercial grove and I i Casselberry. you'll the modern COURT '"U
bltere overlooking I toa.De I.. heater. I home ef 4 bedrooms. Lo- i I I see APARTMENT HOUSE Close-in: large 1;I, TOURIST units on 8.No. .
"J"Oarage.! Big lot. 24 fruit I cost with extra landscaped !
trees. First Federal mortI size h.rd tile bungalow of 3 bedrooms and 2 1 Highway 3 blocks from
11t 190 0 center
(9800. terms. wood Let 50x183 Number three on pinnacle of hill in the bean lot This property will furnish you
Jones ft.
with if. J gaga $16,500. owner will take Call i nol 1 i : I bath 5 plot fronting
MO eoC: i on a acre over of town. Showing excellent return
sl.n i famous living and good
Broker 132 Main phone E.O"or. (4500 A. C. Golden. Broker Orlando golf { our citrus belt this out- quarters pay a return
a 6977.HOtrS bungalow cash for equity. Geo. H 1 Realtor._ j80 1p9 I II 1121 N. Orlando Ave. (near : Ir.nh i' find can yet be bad for 500 ft on Highway 17. and 400 ft. on your investment See Mr. oa investment 27.000, reasonable

Klttredgg it Son. Realtors. 2-1'1 I NORTH SIDE-.1 4 lots, j I land Winter. Walt m.slr type .. $1500 per acre Including aU., on that large sandy lake. Pine fish- Floyd with Bettes Investment Co. 25 terms. Brysn-Conway, Realtors, Tltusville. -

neat and cooL Plenty : apace. > udela.. Pat 0P does ramble with its Trade with Swald. Ing. Owner wants offer. Our sign W. Washington. Phone 8513. Fla. Phone 35.
GLASS !SECTION_ chicken runs I bedrooms : I on property. M. J. Moss Broker, .
p&lr. S.mm1 WINTER two baths Gebl Realtor Spl.Ule IF LOOKING for good lo-
I PARK-2-bedroom"uj 132 8. Main, phone 6977.
Open for Inspection Bun.S002 P.ndlo Ratr Cntr.1 Arad close to High School and bus room usable as a sua. Groves.. 143 N. Main: 14, _ APARTMENT HOUSE .-5" units; re- j i: cations on the East Coast see Vero
LAKE FRONT- .. modem brick 41. (10.500 Ask for ln. room. In addition t te COUNTRY HOME-2 bedrooms. Near cently painted inside and eut. I Beach. We have for sale business
Vine home. Tile roof. brom and NORTH : 2 Shannon fumle. E H of a well pl.Dne l>us. 4 nice lots for chickens or New furniture. Average yearly income blocks apartment buildings homes
corner of SIE-1.me bdrm Greene.
Tre Drf. sIn tile oak and Close R R.ltr large with garden $2.630. Killan with Howard I' highway
2-bedroom. b.tl flol. Aw Orln'An. ( se 112 Park Ave. Winter WJOO plus owners apt. Close to (roves frontage, also well
CO.. years old: fr.I. I tomatle u..e. Nice ba I tn. Mr. wt Herman G Phone S. P.rk and appropriate i iI Acreage for Sale 306_N._Main._1325. _ | business section. Price S12.5OO cash located lou Bear the beach and la
I present. IDuml&e Vacant and dock. L. oa large lake .In 5Inc.. N. Orn.e 8.WIE I price furihe 1 CONWAY SECTION-6-roora house. | or terms available. Inquire owner, ; other parts e( the city that will be

premises or eaU 1.11. Flower.oa North city limits. 0... .t to return PARK-Aloma. 8 this | BLOSSOM TRAIL -1. 2<4 t Completely furnished 1'a baths I' 209E.Park_ St Klssimmee. Fla. j i good future Investments. See I. A.
1:2. account of bu.1 Flsbe NORTHWEST Ne7 b..tluilw ranch-type bUle.lo. Orlando Garage apartment Fruit 5 acres j I Merrlman. Realtor Vero Beach. Fla.
BII. 2 8. Ma 2- No city S2.0OO Phone 5106 .1 5.cre trt. n..ret BLOCK STORE BUILDING-New:
10.0 Ten. bedroom house. Total price (1700 em.r. t. or gee on side. I I rich *"''. Phone owner 2-3888 i ; H block East of R R. oa highway
8. Main 2-1619. cash, balance financed on cut Washington St for Plr growing neighborhood. Must i
i 1 ; *U..Mr- **th dep j'j'I with terms Jim M. COUNTRY PROPERTY""slnee < $2400
S.lt. Hen ) price.. Come to 360 Edinburg Drive. I 1.h C&ld.eU Full price. Trade for late model :
t.I Burh; Main; 2-109. We will show you. Mrs. B. O. J I I Asher Peter. Realtor.'cor.. Ca 1916." Ask Asher Peter. "He probI automobile and easy term. Mr.
H.nel tral and M.I; -'.. I ably knows." Cor. Central and Main. Parmenter, Rt 2. Box 310-Q. i 1 [Continued On Next Pate]





from Preeedlnr Page] CO. Business Opportonltles_ I '0. Business Opportunities !-a: Help Wanted-Female 68. Sales Help Want 75. Used Can for Sale 7$. Pied Cars for Sale 1 Snnitog rntinrl.&tar

CLOSE Static Income TRAILER RENTAL Business. Trailer Bl: : 8 for B.r..ota. P.r MAKE REAL mon. selllnt Super- BUICK 1940 4-door m'l Orit OLDSMOBILE-1933 3 door sedan < I WYKYGYL MOTORS

sood Inca t.ble by Use win. I can bo attached to any ear. rented l.al' PIUOD. Writ. 're$ tons lulel.liniment mel paint, very eun car UI. New rbbe. o.rh.ul.d Sound asa ORLANDO FLORIDA

S7-1. Beach Property 63850. Rinton. ISO .Robinson by hour day or week Ideal for rUoD bl.nt Brut, oa credit hens hau. R 8. Evans. 60 W. C.ntrl; 431. ... 19S. K Ena. 400 N. MAY PAGE
fishing or camping trips also for T'D' 3 did opportunity. Writ to Metropolitan Grunge Av 47. I 25.194 1 Open Sundays Too
A FARADISE and health resort. Ocean morlnt Price for t trailers and : Main St.. Sarasota. P.. Distributing Co. Atlanta 1. BUICK-1941 4-door sedaa Original I I
to hlthway. bai fine CLOSE Ready-to-wear itore. Will equipment. Frank Creba.Roaltor. Oeortla paint: very clean car. UI. K OLDSMOBILE 14. club sedan:
P."ah rent 8300 or take Inventory n.o. HELP-Whit*. Ihpren. Evans. W. good sell now or 76. Trailers-Trucks for 1 Plymouth 4-door .
horn and 4 ro.t sell for SOT Bulldlns phone J 1 c..I.\ 423. .h.P. SaleIN .al
Sunday "'
noon moroeotUtsi. Roper Realty. W.ta .ork Ph WANTED lood reliable man to a'i trade for ccr. 11.395 Ii Ford 3-door SO"_ .
C 7 M ( .r a.hL Ilu. fxt"l CIr 2-1710 Coffe BUICK-1940 Roadmaster 4 door O.ae .
block stereo Flckarda 12 811th supply customers with RawlelthProduct P.O. Box RESPONSE to Government appeal 1 Plymouth oap.Wont. .. -____ .5793
hit ..,e..cr.t Ueen ejvhleh 2-343. TUR CUT-l0 cabins fro- Blvd In Brevard County Writ d.a Radio he.la.new tr. ". 4-door Join in Olds 4-4eor ... ......__.. .5543
More OB .IU Jlaor ; 40 acre Rawlelsh I black a at 14. sedan p.trlotc emO.llln. '39 BuUk 4-door _.____.. $895
U hard t lt. 3. years CHICKEN RANCH-lonlpped ta I.t of land: a three room and a four LABORATORY TECHNICIAN-Per I phis. Tenn D rAE.ll0J2. I 8999. R 8. Evans'400 N. OrsnxeAve. 1 1I to m., Altamonte to lower prices .old '39 LaSalle Convert.- .._ 5905
will Plae Work Starting salary Springs Hotel. A. O. Mclstcr. I recession all house trailers new
Business p. room bouse. Hlthway In South manent. 6170. 'ar '
41 Chevrolet .. ..
Coupe _
W.t 417.BtCK1Nl .81053
I the rest. Finest fUh. and laundry, furnished. used reduced. 10 effective Immediately -
pUy This Ned Box
chickens. property business
Georgia round
l.th ears 41 Chevrolet .. .
Tat freexe. I 10.0 er 67. Employment Agencies LMOB0tor ma. Club __. .51103
near Ne* r any All furnished for only Down 438 at.r.WATM sed.n.tt 1-owaer Frank Reed Trailer S.!. -
41 Packard ....
4-door .
J. J DM* Realtor. I McAllister Ar- Just off one of our mala hl.b- payment 818.000 to 120.10.0. Fred with dietician I p.lnt Central Florida throuihout. 61099 R. 8 Evans.clen 1 201 N. Orange Blossom Tai '41 Chrysler Convert.$1495TRADEFINANCE $1193
Miami Phono experience EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Motors. ." and
P.la 2-2tl. B. Ho..ht. 403 Lao Avenue. operated BROWM'I & Oal.ld W. Central Av*.; phone 4231
.. about 6 mtlea from the City. emp.D' csftUrla Nur. Retlitry I you want Ph 2-2424
Efikte Wanted D.ytn. Bal. Salary week paid vacation work come 919 W. you OLDSMOBILE 1936 .e.a Looks I
5*. Real WROA CANDY .table *. periodic Increases Desirablehours. want help call 6326 C'Dtrl I SPECIAL-1939. 4-door and runs Uk* new family Sro theio tan then Compare these

HOUSE- t 12 anltl. Improved 1 ...a.al.; sareseicold ..n. Small e.eb..d. Call Mrs. a.n 9091 for Inter IIBCC. sedan; good motor, I car. 8495 R. 8. Evan*. 400 N Orans LOANS LOANS prices.
APARTMENT 61000 plus Inventory.Call view. COLLINS TEN SERVICE looklnt car 1633 Grand Ave Phone 47711OLDS LAS
Meet be condltloa and welllocated iterate brooder bosses and Nurses 700 N MILLS.
t.0 ,1.at .with V.lr. Real Estate R..t" -, Ave between 9 and 8 II 1942 .
C.I station
U web property i Agency 2t 8. Institutional work, experi .on. Perfect COR.
hav* the buyer See me at once. and mrytnlm that roes with msklaiup ertyManaMmntDepsrtinent.WILL_ .Pop MtE.In mental and nervous help. tp"t.C.I blkepr. domuUI I BtC-Jg-Sldal sedan. 8699. condition New tires own BORROW BY PHONE
Shepherd Realty .ce .I Chufh St 219 W car 3100 Dr. -
$itwart with Harold Writ P. O Box 1461 :: Ed..tr
Co E Washlnttoa StDTTBSDREAD a chicken rtneh. Loca- INVEST UP t.2 for a amallmataslns WANTED PARKER BCSI SERVICE-Office. Inttoa :Phone 2-2882, Open :I PONTIAC 1939 Convertible US-THEN STOPIN
2 nltI.1 c.. 'IDdl busiaes OPERATORS For di- ..1. tradesmen. day. coup Beautiful Sahara tan rul. CAL
OOLFVTEW-Proepect Phone ask f. 141.AMAZINO I dren dresses Steady prof..aoaal I SAME HOUR FOR
OR .
.od 32 E
lion IdesL Anyone knowing eaT- .Pt week. BO worl Pa.; 2-1n. CHEVROLET 1934. Oood rubber. Very clean within and without Yours T
homo I 6-day
.aIU. for 3-Mdrol -Business opportunity for pay. S.t Wt,.lul I Price 6178 cah. 2037 West SouthStreet. for 81099 R 8. Evans 101 W. CenIral. THE CASH I $t'3

tell la alUe WbYJI. BI.ld. Realtor.you .a'Car-to thing about U. poultry kaslaeiaihould working mae and hard wife Grocery who business don't 1114, 64 Must E. .Pa.np.r.n.d. Co., 69. Work Wanted-Female 1211.PLTMOU Standard Motors

CHEVROLET 1936. 2-door aedan. 1940 Tudor sedan
M. : -
risen 82 mike a little fortune hers. sale for only 69.900. Owners claim PRESSER ODolore. AIPI.t COLORED OIRL desires part time er toed motor and tire*. New paint 6895 Colonial Yes! Oct cash quIckly on Tour Blcnaturt -

2-5.J. tO. I.em. .1 a ...1 and can Dora Waaut.d.r. F.. day work. 6&9 Railroad Av*. Winter Job 1400. 20) W. A. Motor con41ton.. Colonial Dr. Auto o Fnrnlturt Call todayi
the .. .900 Am.l. 131 Offers these
S rooms Clo Pull particulars cia be bad 1 proof C.ll Street Park
Dt- tch CHEVROLET$ 3 PACKARD EIGHT-1938. 4-door se
and down. Guernsey and Oren Inc.I SALESLADY with ability to meet dor
; 531 N. Orante. .H.mpLaBrok.r office of StatUs Williams.* Petite 2 Realtor 2 C.Dtrl Art 1h public and sell fin Ladl-Rd'- PRCCAL NK with hospital Clean 8843 Used d.a Excellent mechanical rendi
IU.OIVHOWJSIU 4196. to-Wear. Simpson W. Central.j4QRApIfEBMust entatement In 219 W. WashIngton Si. Phone 2-28. tl... R.dl. heater. 6543 2274 W. QUALITYAUTOMOBILES

U West Washlastaa Street. Phone 6106. OWIIERSI-Net! 1 b. your home or mine. Mr*. George L.Brewer. Open Sunday Fairbanks Ave Winter Park. GFC LOAN COMPANY

AWOs box of fruit $ npr 6739. PLYMOUTH-1933 sedan
alr"a, 4-or.
propn every
Broken. C.a.u' ... 1 you arow. Best set-up In Florida. tneed. rapid able aeeurata. P...Ia Clean. '39S. Used ... T East Robt.o Phone J79i

672 N. a. phone 7234OROVX Business already ..I.bU.he. Modern ities itiative SVi-dsy and week ium.. rllaalll rll- 70. Work WantrdllteBKEPER10 CEVRL-135. AH steel toP. Ex 219 W. Washington St. Phone 2-2882 i

HOUSE-12 earl concrete block .' with loto. rbbe. 6193. J.I I Open Sunday
WAiHTD-a. or 20 It CITRUS PACKING dent only for appointment .G
In 1 bearlnf per Located la the fUllnt station I conjunction oa main Ph 2451 Far experience K Smith. 33 PONTIAC 1935 2-door .da. One I '42 PLYMOUTH 2-door sedan
tn.ra. .Cp.clt. highway with rompany.Dermenent 43.OOO miles Mo
owner. 01 full particular heart of belt. Completely nUo.d .1. 10 maa..e owner
and office clerk for tmlneer- I'
machinery ine1udingclTaIeI. feet .ddltoa.1 TYPIST rlident .nl.bl. now. 1239 E. ColonIal.PACKARD1942.
417 8 equipped wlthMdera .la..t. t.r. '
los ltr. block of lat department Shorthand declrbl Phone 41 FORD 2-door sedan
> Office buildingwith ente t.a Acu.l 101.CNCR CHEVROLET-1947 2 Clipper
week. Plelma.te :
I 630 week for be.utlfll I AUTOS
AND HOUE-Hate buyer for 9 offices Included Priced below physical : per -. door sedan with 4-door sedan 81.600. Will
GRV and WORK New rdio. 01. ;
I -
IU"k experience
prlco wo are Lucrative oitab- Give trde
4 bedroom homt 10 to 20 actual Inventory For Louts at rle.ac. WA Cars. 242 N. Phone late Telephone '41 CHEVROLET Club Coupe
d.tU I' 3546
lerei ( lomo .tr.ck land. S. Dollve. Broker 27 listed &ro.. In. 860000. Writ P. O Box con.trcUoll r.p.l. W.trl. oa 2-4H14 rup. -
0. the tround. kinds
Paved read. school churches l.dlCI SU Wut Pallia and 11.. WOMEN 16 to 45 yrs of .ltwanted mO' any PLYMOt--or sedan Less 1M1 PONTIAC Convertible. 5-pa- '
Reasonable. J.
J B. Bars-
.42'DEA1 Rainer. Box 61. CHRYSLER-1941 41 PLYMOUTH 2-door sedan
b. this typo property PARTNER WANTED to take chart for cafeteria pIUOD. No Ip..n.r 44.0 .u.r.atd. club
I.DL I 01 4 toga itenger coupe. lop
coup like
Z.I.0. Looks new Go
withHarold to 1.2IS.
I. and Trailer Camp xperlcnc necessary nn. 155.
oat. lt.art eprl l o' chanse. 219 St and tires.
Shepherd 20 E.Waahlntten lando. 1.0 will buy ta .. learn. alxwe.k.. Uniforms HOUSES WASHED-Floor* cleaned. Phone 2-2882. Open Sundays tlnal owner Ph.7 or 101. leather green '41 PONTIAC Club Coupe
Bt STORE-BmaH aearby Will salllnc Interest. .. furnished Ideal worklnt conditions. waxed polished W. Sherwin- PLYMOUTH-1937.. 4 lat cover
,. Illness forces.ale. Write Boa 384 .aU. Apply Tremor ca.tra 8 W. Wllllama and product. Nohome CHEVROLET 1937 coup. G tood fair tire*. Private d.r-R '
HOW&a.h and I.t loe tralf C" l.atr I tr. I .* Olddel, Price R. 40 CHRYSLER Windsor 4-
1.t 01. pa-I C. Dul "ailr. 104 THOSE GOLDEN OPPORTUNITIESthat Central.WATrRESSWANTED.Ezpsrienccd. 7228 or .bap. 11. 4231 1 E C.llll.1 after 4 pm. mi FORD Convertible Unuualy''

tlrulari. BO 4S 8-SUr J"e&a. 2-1IU. you are looking for la dependable 23098LANDSCAPE W.1 food solid ear. door sedan.
I profit makIng businesses are Good hours and .pay. Lacks Place CHEVROLET 114 Aero icdaa. recently
OPPRrl Oa'co.pl.tl a 21 Radio and like
vay awaiting yon the office Fin Caitl auprlnt'Dd.at. Lb a new PLYMOUTH 1936 coup Radio toad
hav* preo- -
BOtE WAMW.. 4bedroomhomes farbbe> .p.nl.at. Prescott V. Steele. Brole.a For -Pise- WA.ITRES8--Ezpsrienced.. Apply to year. "prene. Pl..t.. .d commercial car. 81399 R. 8. 1 W. Ccatr.l motor. tood rubber 6263 J. R S7S N. Orange Are. Phone 2-4601

seed locatlona. Call W. B.Xlhola Good I 845>:K)0 Excellent I Ins you In the you prefer Avalon Coffee Shop. 48S North Ila 43 _ I Ave. phone 4231. Smith. 33 E. Robinson. 1941 PLYMOUTH Tto sedan. A ,

I Realtor, 2-1619; I E terms. : I It my business.Dial 2-1006. 45 Will Oranie Ave MLCHAZ0ICA1ENOI14XER with deslsn. CHR YSL- 1939 4-door sedan. rolid that .i
Central Avenue. entlneertnt. canning SSflS R. B.
produttal five food aervice.
Unit C.I. S..n.
Wa "rl .P.r TOUNO LADY for credit Invest Is tor .
electrical .
ex.periene 60 W. Central
boulevard ... 67.000 HANDLE Show mowhat and tcneral work la credit Ava: 4231 New
.at Ws afle. Desires position In or near PLYOt 131 4or.
son. modera eonvselsaces-suff-I business building with who I sedan for .
department. someone ; IMS.R
HOUSE WAN1KO-Wo I' Prte Orlando Box 388 CHIVRL-2-or co. Several trucks
prOpt .el other and
for modern 5 sod' b. dent room fo 8 additional units. alee Urn quarters grand Isxevlewlacks. types Apply person t.Miss Ferluson. 8lla.TOUMO lulla nous*. C.r1 8. Enn. 1 W. Central Ave. cars JIM CUMBIE SAYS
If your houie I* for lJ can Ala IS.0O..r w carry substantial I On of the best location oa Sears-Roebuck MARRIED VETERAN capa- 5 W. Church J( phone 423. including Model A coupe 36 Ford.
I able. experienced Plumbing sales. Chevrolet etc. If need to
Realtor busiest highway out of Orlsndo CADILLAC 1941 61" you Improve your
4 door
Johun. YOUNO for office 2-door for sale
\ .Homea" Oeatlemaas ltt. includes Iloa have priced I r.bt constructed itriciut. work LY Ia.rl located shipping and recelvlnt. Box 4.Ila All accessories Olln Used d-! PLYMOt-1131 lech.nle.l eondltlon transportation see us for a
LISTINGS WANTED-We hav the bo..4.cr. 8 Imlro..d. .cr. ..I J r.a For many Ml by differ.ntlines as this will position 242 N. Orans Av*. Phone New battery new .Irn.. new "Better Used Car."
I L if hsvt the propertr. L.1 fernery ar. rrovo. o..e.los Must be to I new seat covers rub
( yon Includes t.1 dlc.Uol 71. CHRYSLER 1942 New rdiaor. Go
Sole t2. 5-Star. Sales
th.ou.hout & Service
IC."u'T. Carter (916. Jamtrson r"o .r.pr. and meet public Apply pnOD. door sedsn. Fully be. Maor engine repairs 1946 HEINTZELMAN'S INC.
C.nrl and C.atrl cows. b., ee..saddle 60-ROOM HOTEL Four 4-room phone calls. Miss r.uln clean and with .'Clippe. 130.1 upholstery need repairs I 58 W. Livingston Phone 61S9 A PARTIAL LISTING
bor. ."WI..aL 13.0. let floor I ware Roebuck Co TWIN ENGINE on Or.aWld"OD Price at 1014 .
Pre. rtti 8
nor. R 39.
.n..t. S Evans.
tJSTIJIGS 1 Aron. of any Boulevard Oalt Ho. ; l.trm.nL I 6 W. Central Division o.ne. hours. Priced -CHRYSLER .6. Luxury
C. B.D.Y .. dowt. YOUNG office cleri-
.1. ho. 1'.0. equipped a.a U.lnr block substantial LT-arl Veteran tralnint. I ClIVROLIT-1947 club coupe like under market for quick Brougham
104 E. 2- &aU Pord. cal of handling op :i.t Ilf.
Rultr J.f.n sity located oa Rlshway 17. lco. town Built at coat of .11"lr. Country Club. Ph. Winter 8S3. new. with black finish; old price DESOTO Custom Club Coup
PONTIAC 1936 4
12.0. and directing of door sedsn .New
lln at cl.rcal Irlan.l 62299. $ Chevrolet
new DrIes
12.0. Ofe.d 13.0. fee comll.tl,! ; 6day I 1 glistenIng blue finish rood rubber.perfect 41-DODGE 4-Door Sedan
stand. I.rom
LISTINGS W Alt .JU 101. Revenue from store AUr.rl. .1.1 72. Autos & Trucks For Rent 1939 4-door sedan: a clean TRACTOR
.P. Slra Ral. 3.P.lt. furnished homt. rental IS.O. For this and w..I; call 2-4: thru.hout old price 8990 D.. mel.nle.I,..Pr.d. at thislow 41-OLDSMOBILE "S* I'Dr. Sedan
) R S
oa Main hl.b. MIDDLED AGED Woman to assist I 1933 flr Cull 15.
Ihola 1151. 124.1. other toed Investment propertIes see CAR-RENTAL INC.-Hith trade Insured 'ldor; Prc'l Evans Truck cor AND -CADILLAC "6T' 4-Dr Sedan
LISTINGS W troves. Office Supply business nul Wm O. Rencber. Broker 2.. Wsshlattoa with Pr of convalescent. Lire la. c., by week or season to tire: as I* for 6199 Oldsmobil Garland and 21023.STDEBAKERamplon .L\
ATHI" lent business of Box Am.I. 47-FORD Super Del 4-Dr. Sedan.
purchase price 41 4-door cylinder radio; looks
lot Tour _. 8ta.PIIONS responsible people. Call 6199. 36 W. I j : SPRAYER
natl Han Br.Lionel 0 112 N. 000 lnild.stock and fixtures. OOOD OOINO fIlling station that pay good ire plenti LivIngston Avo I|I like Inside and new motor: 1942 prt- STUDEBAKER Champion

"dial r.tl. TI last Let us teach old price 81299. price 61193. a.nld. RdIO. he.te. overdrive 1 2-Dr. Sedan
1. Realty. Ill W. Indiana AVI.. t splendid 1.UOD will not fu. luutcl.a. Jacksonville. D. VARNER U-DRIV4T-Drive I Dodge 1937. new motor paint motor Good shape, 8la. I Ooro Ave 1-1947 Model D.O Cave
Bplesel" Col.. ; low ; by or d. j 40-BUICK 4 Dr, Sedan
SALES LISTDJQS WANTEDHomea.. DeLandPILLINO Whitney 3. Realty t.a..lt. Porld.. D.Foafl rt.- IU... 234 W. I I tires; with radio and beater, reduced Spillers.STUDEHAKERl94o. Tractor Used only 30 days. Century -

revet. and lots maT STATION Main Highway 708 Bid I. 23269BUILDERS AGED Central Av*. Phone 2-3193 I price 6699 Jeep 1946; 10000 actual I Champion 2 47-CHEVROLET FleetUne 4-Dr
f.r 101 la of Old W.tal WIDLD CCLWht. miles; color I red, wes 61299. reducedto door Very Theprice
town out side Orlando
adaD. .canomltal I 44-FORD Conv. Club Coup
depend en our npal.ac cor.c established business OPPORTUNITY New relabl. atU.d. OLIN U-DR1VJI. INC.-New cars sell at 61195 These reduced prices 1 6595 before R. 8Evans. 1-New "Fend" Model AXB I
work and
handling of aelllnc d.tU our mon la".Ulat.Paal subdivision. PItA approved for 190 only. Port I small family. for rlt. ReoDabl. rates per dsy good throuth Monday. Martin Used 1. 101 W. 5.296.I. Grove p ray e r Tractor 44-FORD 1 Ton Pickup Truck
Relt. 11 W.t.l Ltv CIntr.
tate loins Increaao C.b. homes Can financethe Adall week
aWq ..a popular priced c.t.le. loatb. OPD evenings til Cars 101 N Mala 8409
.,. R.ltor; 1 W. Buldln. 2110.OROERY.1T rlfht party. C. W. .I. R.a .. Box 430 -S.r. '.0. 942 X. Or.n. 2-4814 STUDEBAKER 1942 Champion 2 trailer style with 35 o.r.M. CHEVROLET Spec. Del.
Waahlaitoa ." MARKET First tor. 672 N. Orant. 6616. HERTZ DiUV.UliiYSiiTrucks I CHEVRLl'40.r aedan. door sedan This car is like new 600 gallon tank. 2-Dr. Sedan40CHEVROLET
.' and rood Help EnU.lt condilo.. t112. MraStnrmer : 81295 Used Car Exchante 219 WWashlntton Ton
c. I.alpm. \i Pickup
.t. Ss end
weekly.. Price WantecllaleAsn.lJTOATK23 psssenter c.r for rent St. Phone OpenSundays New tire
TOURIST or Quest Bouao '1. Bank by hour day er week 2-288. equipment Truck
wanted CUT la Central Flor 1.000.. H cash to responsible party. Lan-Seree U RelD.bl CHEVROLET-1940 2 door I
rates W* furnish .r. I
ida. Small serene with some fruit oamain Mr. Pote with' Bee.. Gw a.loa.1 1.n. com driver 904 N. ."tn. Fbont I del DJ... Or.la.1 f.l.h. 8EBAKJ194 Commander Sell tractor and sprayer as a -OLDSMOBILE M8" 2-Dr. Sedan
highway Hlth. Tomp- Inc..Broke 677 K. Grants: leS. less pany. Sa." car Ar. quick Used Car I PLYMOUTH Special Deluxe
INSTALLMENT LOANS yo .Uo..ae '- .0 Prc.d dor .d.n. 14S.
Ome unit sell
ea Alert Will 01. at S449 R. Truck and or sprayer sep-
klnsvllle. K,. OROCCRT BUSINESS-Thrivlnt tro- at National had "orte. assured II. .h.r. 219 Wahlnltl Et wU 4-Door
e. and two these Pit When the Comlr d.tal I letter. B..II Lot. cor. Garland aad' Ph.n. 2-2882 Open Bund.Y. arately.
1..t bal. .tr. f.r 73. STUDEBAKER
FOR IMMEDIATE atTL'I t 1. & Box 398 Auto Service 21023. Champion
property with .la\.at ab. Oi bl.h 6 100. yon 6 .3a.at 8 34 8-1. Am.I. 2D-. Sedan
.,, 17 G. Kltt I rrn.r .or Orlando A. 8 ISO. yea 12.SO BLOCK z..so'za-iirst class Apply 2 ALIGNMENT rice DTG114' 4-door .d.a Radio I WILLYS JEEPS Like new low mllease -
Phone.2-3176.ltr. _.._ 17-2 1.0.0 la.t. 6 200. oa.e 18P..al 18 67 mile north of underpass. Hwy. 17- b, l'PeUol 41X100 IU... Tires Priced for quick ..1.. 420 H. c LGL I7-LASALLE Door Sedan
WAITTNa this year. Price for .lpl.at t 300. nlP..nt 29.00 1. Pomp rpal 'Sr. moh- perfect Central Florida Motors. S. Oranie An.WIY51138.. SANFORD. FLA.Tel. 40-CHRYSLER "8 4-Dr Sedan
caTJ W for homes real ..Iat 618.SOO.00. Can O'B.r.- 6 400 yon let 37p.l.at 33J4 BUTCHIR-lit clau For Information aD. A ID.tO.. N.nc.. Oo- ferson and Garland. Dh. 2-2424 Jd'j
List pours 41-DODGE 4-Door Sedan
prpnl.. ; 108 6 SOO let ,. 30 Nights-Sunday 297-M
R.altor.3' P. yon .
tadayl W. 41P.cat 4.1 Inouli at Ferris and DODGE-1940 4 door .d.l. 4-door sedan Good
L.o Auat. 1 OROCERT AND HOI_ Neighborhood 81000. yes let 13oP..nt 129 E. Gore Avenue AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Experienced -, heater 'It.h.On cash. Phone Weekday* 1038 PLYMOUTH 4-Door Sedan
Rblul 2-1:4. located Above monthly leh.DI.; prompt service e'1 eondlton. 2414. "
grocery p..nt lonth. est car at 34-OLDSMOBILE 6' 2.Dr. Sedan
WE HAVE wantini iroveo. Payments for 19 are CAVAER2 for outside survey good .eceuorle and Sp.1 34 I.m Crek.
BUR about 4 miles from Orlando mont .11. part. R 8. Evan. 400 N .* Av*
and bomea. For business house furnished .o Plnret Include to ps* bau. t home No selling. tires. V.me. Ic. W. Centrsl 4771 FOR SAL or trad for lot or acre- 38-OLDSMOBILE 4-Dr. Sedan

larn. sets Hit with P. A. Allion. > to work can buy the property lean la rasa of death. The FirstNational EarnIngs 10 t .1 weekly Apply ; 2.13. ate rnupe. Makes loodJlthlnt

Knits 37 W. WaihlntteaDONT ta and homo.ro one-half Bank tt Orlando. 4U Hoar mornings 101 J.Ctntral. AUTO.-.BRAKE JOBS and wheel DODGE-1941 roupe Clean 11145. rar 1015 Wilkinson Ave. A better place to buy a
'U.1 Room 20 Used Car Exchante 219 W. WashIntton I
with monleaa W K.Price. alltnment. 'Wheels' I
LIST your rash Let ui l.nc. LUMBERWRECIG "Better Used Car"JIM
yon want prpr t al HenriButch Real Eitato See Mrs. Mayo. FIRST XATOMA BANK now po CLR COOK-Experienced. Must bslsnced C. A St. Phone 2-2182. OP.I Sundays 76. Trailers-Trucks for Sale

Broker. 12 8. 2-10. Tides ulPI.t Real Estate Apply to McClammysRestaurant. Pal 8fn.. 1010 W. Church. I !
DODGE 1947 600 actual mile BUS Chevrolet or will trade for CUMBIE CARS
FOR COURTEOUS OROCERT AND floor to live you 1 North Or.al Av* BODY AND FENDER repairing and coupe ; A.T.U. HANGAR
b.lpfl .n. WJEta Will I trad Used Car Exchange, 219 pickup truck Mr. Srrvls. 1914 Indiana
faster and service. DRIVERS palntint. Estimates I tlvea.Satisfaction .
who tladly
and awcle silos 1 t'I' a Excellent f.tar. G .lk b.Ua WANTED -Only those I W Washington St. Phon 2-2882. I Ave. Orlando. Fla 310 504 N. Orange Ave.
tuaranteed D
Raaa must are with Orlando Varner
Owner .n plae. thoro.l, f.mI.r Phone 24521
Broker. 37 S._N. Oranae. 'I.dcr&n ment value 13.0. cash required, &2. Loans Up t$300 ,. Apply t 234 W. Central Ave Phone 2-3193 Open Sundays BANTAM-1947. H ton. aU steel .

WE HAVE BUYIHa weiiiir balance oa l.n. Call Ray Len- Mr Howell. City Cab Co BRAKE REPAIRS-We supply all DEOTGII4 coupe Like new. I utility trailers Fits any car. List GOOD SEASONED LUMBER

croTee and country property. Per non with Jo Myers.. Realtor. $635.OARAOSIQutDtnent. AUTO Furniture Diamond loans- CLERK-TYPIST W your auto needs, also sea IJ.25. Uld Car Exchante 219 W price 6225. our special clearance price i

nick sale* call Richard H. Kazaroa.Realtor Economy P.aea. Cmp.a, J. P. will consist A DU. and oil Dixie Sales 'Service.Ur. W. St. Phone 2-2882. Open 8159.50. R S. Evans. 101 W. Central 1x4, 1x6, lxS
Ba.e. 101 W.tal Bud office South at Boons St SundaysDODGE I A.
672 N Oranie; 2- stock of lat .. record lall. payrolls etc.
HAVE TOO a business tor aaleT A and going business. Four ; Phoa.3. Young men U.d la Orlando CAR WASHING and polishing b 1940 eaup. Radio and CABIN CAR TRAILERS-1947. Very 2x4 to 2x10 COMPARETHE
., Lease Low rent Owner QUICK CARS LOANS hrtar for many yeara preferred. Apply For ,.P original green rubber I| attractive P".D construction.
tuest or house? cb.nle prompt and .I. CONDITION AND
hme ap.r. List mutt iscrUIre sell at Inventoryor note tad auto la.n. to Mr. .... City Cab Co. platm.nt B A J Service cspr. 6843 R. S. Ertns. :W Central. Pita any car Sleeps two Equipped ror.t.

Pr.he Joe aatrle hme. 29 ".a. WI Wi a Strickland. Bra ice.Bank Family .. SOI Florida CARPENTER-First class only. corner Boone and.Jackson j jCNVETL 4231 and refntcrator Ideal lor tour- Timber, Sash, Pipe, etc. PRICES OP THESE CARSBETTER
R. T.l.
j W. Washtntton. Dial Mil or 6638 kr Curb- 5575.OASPTATIONWlth Phone Bldl. W. CaDls.. naaaitr _phone 2-1993.; or 27102. i DODGE-1940 4 door sedsn Radio.he.te. .. fishing and hunting tripa Builtto
Mndwich 2-JII. FORK BUILDERS TPBed linlnts I origInal finish and excel sell for 81000 Have t lcf ...d.i At Real SavingsS. USED CARS

FOR ATTENTION and Also beer and wD license.aap. CASH l.OANS.-Quickiy. mado on furniture Job. out of WAT Loner West Shop. seat 641 LexIntton covers -- Ur.. Pre.d t sell at 81099.R sell at loss 8699. R .. FOR LESS MONEY
DUn and Orlando's I. Alto Tr j W. Central An.CHEVRLD..
Baa .1 .lmod. S. '
property with heavily ta.le h.b.. W. p. WeChlr. E. Jefferson E.n. C.ntaL 59.
W.rl rw W1.l.t Realtor. 21 .W. I "dr 'o.rt and own Bldt 101. ac. 314 from 2 p.m. today .L I FRDll. '89' Tdor. C..a car. and Ford trucks H. Tubers & Co.

8106. Only $ balance 869monthly. M.tnl Dal LOCAL GENERAL AGENT .'TIDGA eopI Centrl Ford. ) Jefferson d.lrptoa.sizes and tPI. *44 FORD-Super deluxe J-door
A. C. Ooldea. Broker. 1121 LAS MADE from 810 to 130 for Accident and 2-2424 We have vael. stock and are Contracor touring. Like new Driven 9000
and Health per .
WANTED TO acrea of N. Orlando Av*. near Maltland .aanderpaasK Finance privacy Service.; In fast service.. line. .l.a'le Company C.1 C. T. Wslker ror.. fpl.e.m.nt.Shop. 621 I, FORD-1937. 2-door sedan New discontinues department. Will U.S.N. Base miles_ _.. ._ __ .I182S
Bt-l02 Winter Park. Open_Sua.GENERATOR. *. 32 W. C.n'rl .0mpl.1 .P.r sell for exactly half of recular marketpuns.
flnt-claaa Give fu'l nity ; dial 8933 rlnts. seat covers 844S 542 I IM.
detalla burl I P. Boland.ReaJtor. STARTER and Electric Ave Phone 8867 441. &... e.tabl'be. .u.la.. LUBRICATION C.ntrl i Westmoreland Pr. Come In look around No reasonabl Banana River. Fla. 44 RUDSON Super "8" vedan.
Jttr I. I Evins
I t.t Bhellubricatlon 8.
Pee Jim Hall. 710 Hnihey. REAL ESTATE LOANS-Oct a smallloaa lathe of.r rtlle. K
173 M. Or- a Driven 14000 miles. Beautiful
.lfp. scientific FORD Just .
MECHANICS W bo lubrication
anee; dl.155. LIGHT PLT- A. C. 1_ Florida oa your house W. PInS when aee f. and rlabl.AM2. of Must work -E.. Uor..1"aok and cranny" of your ,I ed $ 114. 2-or.. .. 1 oerha11 DODGE ror. Oal.ne 1941 pick-up Am.I.'. ton Motor black finish _._ .. $1633
.. KU- C.dlt 2 lt .t.l- car I tral Ave. phone 4231 -
KW.r.P.hl. your a run-
UL aal. i iB.
BU C.b..h way prc. Kh.rd' Alt thoroughly rebuilt Actual mllcate '
.a T.at.
) 41 PONTIAC Super aedanette
Porld. Clinic: part* assured you. FORD 1940 2 door sedan -
Poa. 61U 1. at 110 W. Gr.a'It.
4 OUT OP A who ask for a loan .'. C.an See Monday
, aame old ring alaca 23FRK h. r.P. prolons he.rd-to-ro-1:I sound and the best buy In 37.00. 5.5.. Original S tons blue and
-tet Personal .. -
APPRAUALB* your b_. 8. on* Pn.a. classic WA1. Olrt. place part. makes driving easy 6799. R 8. Evans 400 N. Oranto FOR SALE gray finish; like new ._ $1395
W. will alva you "n IUm.t freo MOTOR COURT-One of Or.ad.'. O.al. Rom. 2. Phoaa314. 304 E. Central Av*. AuUor B.lor. safe pleasure 61. Or.t South Ave Phone 4771 DDEll4. its ton. dual speed
oa the best In. not 1. ). ; In N. Cranes; dial conditon. 1109 oak 41 CHEVROLET Special deluxe
I &ar. .arb' cro.d.d only. Ray Itr. FORD-1941 business coupe 6999 Ave. Sanford COMPLETECIUS
I .
Wisely PLUWBJhprlenel PI. I
your property. No oblliatioa Kitchenette Ire. Used Exrhante. 219 W. Wuh- sedan. Excellent condition -4993
Wm. Mathewa with 000 with toed phone Information MODERN LOAN SERVICE By one Debon. 11 Plant St; Ca DODGIV 1841 V, ton Army surplus
J. .P 1.1.?. Broker. Oen.tr. with Alter Winter ..Ofl. phone 98. real- 73-1. Auto PartAecrore, In.tof. Phol. 2-218. Op. Sundays Weapons C.rle. Excellent condition JUICE 40 CHEVROLET Special deluxe

WANTED PROM OWNER Good Peter. Realtor 70 .C.atra1 2-0786. of Por4a'. oldest and most experienced dent Ihon. 3. I and Idel pick-up truck CARY 4-door sedan _____ 1995
bovafand at lout 6 aerea STATION ATAT-W.t be ex FRONT END REPAIR PARTS FORD-1941. 2 door super deluxe. 6595 Starllnt-Alexandrr Mot, 901Orant

Mu t bo acceaalblo to Orlando I.ad small loan and finance ooa .r.a.d. laclae. avallabl for almost any make :I I Ph. 2-8772 N. Av*. Phone 718. '42 BUICK Roadmaitor sedan.

School AU etch I priced rlihl. ,2.HI.1 MOTOR CCRT- .... By paalaa. Private not afraid t.ork. auto C. A. Prn.'Sons. 1010 2 C or d.la. ..dal DODGE-1940 ills tn long wheelbase S Two Washers Good condition _____....41695
office Confidential Church.
at .
Shopkla'a Apopta. I .
S WILL PAY CASH for OrlandoAvenue. Oal 181. W'I IFR14 In very I cab and good condition. I Grading Table
food value. 3bedraom aOltb
.ae. .
Hwy I .
_. front Dnf.r.Ted. WIII.r Prl.I 44. '71. R 8 Evana New D.. .ala. also available e Salt Water Tank '40 FORD eoupo. Clean aa
No delsy.
Ll yeurIncom .
."le. T.M. Truck and Oarland Thompson
Otvo full first SHEET METAL SHOP lRMX USED TIRES 600x616. 711 Putnam B.r.l. See new .._. J1050
letter. Bot 414 8tar.prUeu I NORTH ORANGE -> Oroesry.sundries *. Acceptnc Corporation of Must bo able t lay Oi' .ork and and Am.l.. ). I 310 W. South St. 0 Rinse Tank ?
WE BRO not tooknijsj; and l.a' A good I handle men ., a good all FORD-1946 pick-up Low IU"I 0 Elevtr to Juice machine '40 FORD deluxe coupe. Very
BtC around outside metal worker
w1h .c. T.lor. Broker. 2)16 location and Bice business.Stock. Florida Rome iffle at N. Ortni lb. 74. Autoi-Trallcrs Wanted I like new. 61395. Used Car 0 good 1830
4. Must bo of
J. 6644HAVE fixture .D.lpm.lt everYthing rl.bl. .o lora FORDS-Model As.' T-I'. Bit .a 219 W. Washington Et.phone 2-2882. 0

for 9-bedroom 2 bat the II\ldla. ,1.5. Bar- Avenue la Orlsnde. Phone 713.. Offleet ch.racte... Apply wiles Frank K. Reliel A lute walks Just day Open Sundays _____ Separator 40 BUICK super sedan.A .
aCT .I low O $ .. CADILLAC WANTED-1940 to 1947 down good one from 8129 to 6250.J. Dual 0 Preheating Tanks .
1.1. foat .. Lari lot. I. O. Son. P. O. Box 433. N. Grove i FORDTRUCIC1941. IH-ton. j good buy ..._____$850
Must R. Smith. 33 E. Robinson.FORD.1935
be clean
Dial 8188"It 10 car Stivers toodmechanical
U Taylor. 2916 at Cocoa. Winter Haven and St. St. Gainesville. Poata. .h. two speed rear axle. I Pasteurizer
N. Orant. S644 Brbr treat t .In Orlande.0ACKAOI I West Colonial Drlv*. condition. 6600. o.ae.j jPhone .38 BUICK special sedan. Original
I 0
YOUNG MAN-Married. som Can Filler
dead lama sarrUtl
Wit 4876
black finish. Clean 4895
ACT NOW aa new
-your country prwl ? and trove experience who J .bl tooperate FRANK really knows how 2 door aedan New paint Good rub- 0 Can Cooler
arty 1936 panel
rll.ur.nt -
.lbo.t delF. Have STR. .chla.l. Wi Ir- th t and seat cover Good tire*. perfect $5. "
buyers walling. doing nish lit hlh dollar for your her. clean tbrou.hotL Phono 0 Machine '27 FORD 8V door touring S49S
30 E. Cliurth. R.at Speak to SpletelWhitney SpletelRealty 13. Mortrart Loans hoa. ew. or *.ult,. In .minutes Why I IOlo. 8595 R. B. Evtna. 400 N. Or- 2.7942.OMC41. LbeIng
6100 month to atart. .
4n. Co.. a."o. 706 W.t.l Caa.af. away? c *. ante A. Phone 4771,,
m.r excellent 34 FORD roadster. Very
WX HAYS advancement. Carrltaa es i 12-ton semi-truck
BUTIRA for cood lako Bldt 23269.GREATER .Bol.ad Blossom I : 7883 sedsn Price is 0 Elevator to Refuse Bin
frost and located R.altrr 173 N. Orante A. 11:1 PORDlldor Will trade Ben Rout clean IS50
.1... _wn. and 1.1." U da.1. ORLANDO'S moot "pa P.1.rt. Oevern- r.n .. phone '-. C.r GET.TOP CASH PRICE earretsrdJeis 10 e.b. .at 318 DeSoto 1. Box l'-A Maltaad.Bcb.bl Fa. Phono 0 Conveyor to Refuse Bin

rear property vita .r. Healtors. trill and dr"-I Duo latll. lon.. 10u for MAN with auto mechanic of make or model. Used I Winter Pal 2-231. 0 Refuse '30 MODEL A 24oor. Good
4301. C..a.a.b cash business .ntrpr. All equipment must raise haabeen see Joe O Myera.rfl.aeIDI.. W.Washlattoa night Reference work: to Include dran..r.ae.Pe f Cr Eub.al.2218.USID 219 W. Washington FORD.-1936. coah.. ..Excellent. By condition. Individual GUER-lU.ep. .4. Coleman stov Very BiT condition ___._ _. ,._ .4206

89. Property rpl.c.d by the 10.' .loe St. Phone 1681. 437 wrrk.r.8.Star. .alre Bs CARS WANTED-Central Flor C.I.' 390 N. Oranse compact Ph Winter Pak b.I.82" '30 FORD Model A roadster, 1243
electrical appliances and
Out-f-Stat above I com
cor Garland and Jef 4-door touring sedan. I. rMtuf.
BRICK been completely fmoele withinthe FINANCING build a ferson.Wotn. P. Basin 2-2424 PRD1131. Car Exehtnte 219 W.Washington I plant of
BOUX-New Jvelve mtl.e of last four oa home and WAnT Sa Sales Help Wanted I.L Ph ROUSE 3 room*. wt te
"Otb. L.td collatesoa boiler and Capacity
Phone I
St. Open
Klshlaade. .o.m
X. C. afx
mUss Frank' Central Florida's Intersection New Cross ,. By Individual al.bU.307. 2-2'1. Electric eo.e. BUY HERE
Un on hlshwar Poor "dr.m.t.. Only Interested la a It.ta h.h. oa AOEJppr.at,1 Sell threw SPOT CASH PAID for your used ear. Sundays brake Cash or term 420 S. Cram 300 Field boxes dal.

aerea Ill land Pa feet quick cash deal t. apply. I need term b...It.pr.al. c.pltl r. I..el.lt. bit protlt. See J. c. McKcllar. Your Packard FORD JEEP-1942. rood rubber. Ave.HOUSE WITH CONFIDENCE
S (roBtaie on Pree to sell cash quickly and will offer thta well 1.1 !p.tn. .. WI1 Ba Dealsr.l 342 .N. Orante Ave. Phone tood paint; mechanically perfect; WRITE: BOX 424 S-STAR
furnished or ..fara. Contactevner. I established business at a reasonable HOME LOANS-To build 43A. ., N, J 5147. 6649 1021 Delaney Park Dr. 4173.FORD 18 ft

Pla: 737 llth A. .Dor*. price. I you want a tood money- ice.refinance Reduced and costs.repair Prompt plan I I ITADAR MOTORS DC. will buy -1941 II.to" W.oa. 8649. factory TRAILER built aluminum- B.d.e.co.e.d.. Harley Wadsworth

staking establishment burnt H.I. service COIPlt plans used car will pay Used Ca Eab.al. 2. WashIntton butan sss. electric lrkl.I-P tire*.

60. met' Help for yourself Phol..'. Ol.U3 .plletJI.a..laii house Win 'I AUC SALESMAN Cover the right price for them. 375 N. Or- -28. Open Sunday By owner Ph '10'. 815 N. Orange Avo. Phona SS97
Opportunities lo.1 .
Buses .1.lltB. d.rl Savin Loan Parld. for new cac.mhadlnl .A. Phol. 2-4601 Inquire

I WILL SELL ha Interest of my new Assn. 224 Pal Av*.. winter Park known line. Not WE USED make- FORD-1941 sedan 61.049. Used ousz'R Cities C'I. auBlo.lm
A'ART(3) and sued tourist and Bv- years of at*. Must have ear. Bt CARA Blataa
1a 1.lt .a time. Car Excbcnt 219 W. Washington Trail I
nene.t tourut court I.. quarters for Laundryand HOW We want t help you State qusllflrstlon and oxpartenee Olln lo.la 142 N. Garland St. Phone Open Sundays FLOOR
P..t.showIng good Income. Price storaso rooms. 6 overnlthtsleeplnt homo or build new one. I *. Box 437 U.d C.r. A. 2-218. I 1 HOUSE TRAILER 1941 Ile.r. 2 f.
11.6. t.rm. Wilbur rooms with I will live We wm give you prompt ., .. Of- I a"a. Phone -34 I 2414. LASALLE-1937 sedan Clean. Sleeps 4. Permanent Elecricbr.k.
Brtr. 1 ; SrCtDd good deal to hU tomaaato flee hour 6 to 2 during week. 9 to I Used Car Exchanse, 219 W. New 6-ply tires.
BAR AND PACKAOK It. .wit 12 Saturday Pint Federal Savlatsand i 1 Intton St. Phone 2-2682. Open 111'j condition. and exterior. I QUALITY CARS

located la Orludo SRw.n good .Wal. b 12.5 Ibr .14. lu.1a B. Pin Loan 8t.AseoelotloB. of Orlando S i SUCCESS THE FIRST TIME days Oranse .it.ror Park SAMPLE
Orlando Fla.LOANS'
.. loot ... ral bur at S3.SOO ance .o terms O.ae 0... J. I BAa LASALLE-Model 1940-50 HOUSE TRAILER-With porch For '
including fixtures sod stock Inven 1401 I.WX Yss. gettIng tap prices for your tar dan 'txcellint ovtrslsedtires I I sale Carolina Moon 44 BUICK SUPER SEDAN
tory. We have other listed at dif CLOSED Corporation ready .. an type of pr..n7 lent from R 8. Evans "Worlds LarsestDealer' :. w IiC condition and paint Lot I rat C.IP. Almost now.
mesh manufacturer hisopening
fuseS price Come la and .. rlrd. or short terms, low Open bat take only one trip to our like new price cash orterms. 21.HOUSE SALE
ranses to market hishelsss l.r..I.
ll.dl- I
salesman and
for soavtrisat
.4 tervlc*. Renew Save rounds TRAILER-26' Liberty
O 307 Ave. 2-3554
Realty.Ur Co Llttlo with Harold Shepherd surgical ..trl..' in demandby .t Av*. Phone P.drol 11 with citrus trsds. Apply Box 41$. Smar. Iot.. to oln.lf us fartbe Pa 13x23 addition. New refrlterator.butsne 44 CADILLAC 82 SEDAN
2 K WashIngton S.BUSIZWli doctors hospitals Exclusive 1. O.DI 11 1' LINCOLN-ZEPHYR 1940 sedan. iss. circulating oil heat. A H4ramatte. radio heater.

Uvtas ouartera: *- Itm national .rl.t ready accept Drlv la to of Radio and heater 6678. PalmsTrailer real No reasonable offer refused
any ear S Orlando boml. This ear practically new.
It enel block butldlnc. 2nd al. .ar.lc. of *talnlaccomponents locations er phone 9296. Park Mr MearaLAa 2509 8. Lee Ph 2.101..

3r. modern, opartBent. I and should. bo ready to I REAL ESTATE SALBMAN-000d I ALLS- an. Good rnnnlnt HOUSE for gale or rent. 10% TO 25%
lit .. market in M day* Need additionalworklnt MORTGAGE TAI 544 BUICK SEDAN
fr. business: etulpped Bandl"_t-.-I capital and will offer anb- .,0 opportunity for ambitious man. interested 1911-M-l condition.IIIO Dial 116, ak for ; Apply Hie Park. 2nd

.rat and fixtures for Par- laDUa worklnt interest to 1..t Residential or Commercial prln. la future. J. K Howard. D. VARNER De wants t buy your and W.. A. DISCOUNT Radio heater.Roedmaiur This car like new.

flab Real Estate, 3. E. 2.. .x.cU.. engineering .1. Low rotes of 12. .at I and pay top WOTRYC Indian Scout la KIT 1947 all aluminum
.bIUt,. IU. unlimited. B oourteoua prp.D REAL ESTATE 8Wbpr Immediately.,. D. Varner Ine.''I i .co.dUoD Be* flea Rowell. I .JIER. for UaveUnt bunt-
BAR-COCKTAIL rated and LOTOQtV-Well lo- I 431 S.ta. Hf. enced wU .. 1.f Studebaker Salea and Service. 234I ; JtmaJo corae of Humphreyand Int and fishing trips Equipped wU '42 FORD 2-DOOR SEDAN

Fixtures new doing and excellent business. i I PACKAGE STORE Over 640.000 Marti 11IaRall. A.lc car opportunity well I I, W. Central Av*. Phon. 2-3193 Rlxey. refrigerator and many extras New tires. mechanically OK.

able rent. This la attractive ra& *1 sross last year. Bulldlnt and property W. Wul,1 P.D. 6106. 1 established office. H. P. Poland, OCTeT LOSE MONEY! We will pay I MERCURY-1939 4-door sedan; good four left at bartata price of 6495.R ON THESE ITEMS.
.orl 1..U..t Included Realtor Carrlsaa Bids 673 N. full I and motor 8. Evans 101 W. Central .
tnc Kin Real at 'It.o. H'11 K value for your car. Don t rubber Just o.rb.ulr. '42 BUICK SUPER SEDAN
M3S Open Sundty..3 Cbar: Burch. lrk.r 2.101. Orange; 2an.IAW. hesitate see us now Olln's Used Cars Overdrive 6729. 1600 .. C..t A.; LIBERTY-Late model. 27' tandem
equipped, with covered truck for 242 N. Orante Ave Phono 24514.ANY ,phone, 6271 brakes; excellent condi Radio beater Tola car

BUSES USTO MEED RETACK-W.U J..r .' abovo wU REAL ESTATE LOANS Low coot! candy and cookie route. MAKE .. or '47 car. I MER.CURY-1547 4 door sedan. Less tOI.Ietrlc: 4. Ventilated attic h..t, JUS A FEW OF EACH. very clean.

Hudqasrters. in N. "Jli .a old. Block construction. To buy. build or rn.nc home 42 N. Gertrude; 2-2476 pay ap to 83.000 for the rltht w. |! than miles Completely U floor two tone Interior. .
Strateslo I.UO ID1lq.o and business ppn, Ta Treat i! SALESWOMEN-Nylon hosiery directto I New urgently needed. I with J:heater etc Will sell : sinks lavatory dressing tab*. Mo..bl. .- 544 82 CADILLAC

BUSINESS business. ... C D.. Department of J.Uaa B.n consumers club o.nluUan, Used Cars. 101 Mala 8409 W.n. ', or R S. Evans. 400 N. : Hollywood bed. swnlnis. btUd Convertible conpoHrdramttle

t 1920 OPRT. U aloes w. Realtor. 104 E. .Uell !I at Orl.aeo second fr. I Full or part time Oo comml! BADLY IN NEED of 1946 and 1947automobiles !, ante Av 4771. iss 1.:0. W.H. .J.ckmaD, back of I radio heater

C.lta prescott V. R. SANDWICH STAN1entraii sions Dl..r HOlc" MI. and elder c.r Barley MERCURY-1941 Club CouP.. Blatl B.ta .Sprints Hotel SINKS.AND CABINETS Almost nv
i tloa. Golnt at 1.0. Fine poa- WANTm-t.O to 110.0 on first Clet.n. DL ] Wadsworth. 619 N. Orange Ave.. ful dark green fID.h An .
i I .lbWU.h.r. Burch. Bre- hosiery direct to Phone 857.ON.TPT. equipment-radio and new WOTRiBr.ad new Royal I '
BUSINESS 1 8 Main. property 2 year Box 435 la.lne aLME-Mlc. 123 CC 100 Inch 42 82 CADILLAC SEDAN
; .
OPPRTI-oaent Ir 1 2-10. .. 8la. I j orisnlxatlons. CASH PAID for seat covers to math rolor. Special st I 546072
room frame | SERVICE STATION-Doini tood. es Full or part time. Good comllllan. Jim Cumbl .o. 121. R 8. a.. 400 N. Orange miles en gal its Fully equipped. 39 Radio hrattr extra clean.
hoasa oa extra stud let INTEREST I Delawars Mills. 904 tl.d "* left at 8129 off reiular price. Special i
la fait commercial business. AS LOW AS 4% Hol. Wldd.tO.D. Oranse Avenue. Phone A. 41.
tll.he RAT
srowinaIndustrial Non
Priced to sell at 110.SOO 00 area Only i, lira service. Opportunity oa Prnl'l Orlando DL 34521.GET I I MERCURY 1943 Convertible club I 6229. ter.Ave. K 8., InD" 101 W. i iCentr.l '42 81 CADILLAC SEDAN Ei'JE
63800 00 down payment rroulred Call forlocrase. Ph. 6668. Mr. Fao.SUBDIVISIOTior 'ld Winter brlr.!. SALESMEN to represent small man CAB IN S MINUTES' ;;"Tny: 1 coupe do all accessories excellent Radio heater, hrdramatlo
Mr. uonkl I Settee 1..lm.I' electric Vt.. tires top Ine 142 PANEL. TRUCK-International. 1938.
with Harra-Uooro builder or Investment. .taturr d model.

4 109 E PineBAR 1:3 Beautifully located W.h...St. Phone Uu I' I.l or par Motors, 501 N. SI.rla..An.aee N. Garland Ave 2.4.. Will trade for a good Jeep. Phone ATTIC FANS. '
I slon. 74 IoU near shopping avbn time Portable Tool 7575. OD' MOTORCYCLE-1944. Harley Davidson 2-1n. 1026 W. RobinsonBTUDEBAKER 41 BUICK
.e..t. ': Forest Park Ill.I I V ton truck a bar- Radio beater. a very nleo
club ;
49. A-l for *
- AND PACKAGE e.aat" 1941 CAR Inch
STORE Mala abl In
I condition. Pri- I J.nal Nonh I
61. ;
Help Wanted FemaU I .0 gain if sold today. Phone 2-0346 clean car.
l Hj-wsr. rInse in. hot .o rad.aU§ion needs SALESMEN-Two wU cars eervtome4 a\ veto party. 49 Westmoreland. Priced for quick Poa 362-8
a seat small Just'P laUon; .., UmlU toed to ..r. to 8190 r Hn. Ipl1nln. Wheel. Tavaree. P.. | 613 VirgInia! Drive.

orouple Lone term attractive lease. I',. Louis .Oabel. Rat AVON able PRODUCTS De haa profit weakly No .. .. lead fur : 75. Used Cars for Sale MOTORCYCLE Indian 49 Good ThAILEft.-Fornlshd$250. Caa be a '41 CHEVROLET SPECIAt

& a Frederick.| I lalhtll. Orlando Ph. 13J.I and sutroundmt open i Ol.d. ale Specialty sales .Slr.I 1 condition. Guy Ellis. Collett Gar seen .t 1/3 Sat Bumb S DeLoxe aedan Radio Thla
S ml. Dial 6188 2-beH- 1.1. Wrl Apply 4-* P. M. .t*. Winter Park I Good in ,
' = TCRI CURT- mediately Naomi AUTOMOBILE AUCTION TRACTOR Caterpillar. D 39 cnn extra clean every way
.t la Orlando" I 1 r.bo., bulldlns. 10acres Broadway. Orlsndo. D.a. 616 Central. Room 20 1 P.m.. 20O to 3OO cars and T.e. NASH-1938 S Opera ooupe. I eadliol. Southland Fruit Co.
.,. F. trcb .a.1 HOE
I.a. Price for From the cheapest '
Hb. IAWX .ble 4rllatr. to the I Original mechanicalI Wiate Prk.511. 41 PACKARD CLIPPER
COMMERCIAL BUSDEA i 81S.SOO. Potter Herman OLR-Mma cooklnc *H "t..a ..J lr.e and better '.'bL week !1 condition good rubber. 8595 R. 8. TRAILZIt.-Utiluty. All Dk* new.List .
arowias and : Ooodwia. lae. Broker 677 N. Orant? ,, Summer 39 Familiar with retail trade I can buy or I Evans Truck: and Bargain ..ll $ 6 and 12 feet; 4-Door Sedan
npaadl alon.
.I&e partner or I.bll.I A..:_$533.TOURIST CrtuL"neat Dora owa 2091,as>4 btb and around Orlad... W. hove ear. port Automobile Auction Co. tl I oactandandrnsita3ion.Lt_ co., ConneUs price Paint'27. 1380 17th S.20. Radio Heater Overdrive
Pbol writ full details
Apply by I .
I of.enx. >1 purchase 4' .a slock : COURT-One of the flni Bu72OMt.Dota. I .f .. Jtr. reterencee TJO. Florida_ _ OLDSMOBTLX-1940 sporty club ''TRAILER- -

if? .I011 *.There 8100 I.r i eat locations la Central Florida: S ELDERLY WOMAN I Box Fl*. t : AUTO AVCOI-. Every ThUr04. coup 4 new tires;. radio; heater; hhS-1h; These can sold with a 30darcutrantee.
| with 500hiwey Wanted Ur.
now frontage
this sod40O t'19' 12. Olle. I are tood twin spot lights foe lisht etc. Or- .G. '. .
ro ua la bom*. Room Pre i iI N.
and. :; distribu : on larto lake Ton will hero t, board and 10 HOW WOt-yOO like to earn 820M Hol-Rbla's ann Blossom TraIler PsrkOLD8MOBILE I r..I1"
hurry month. for 2 children establish 1_ Aueton 212 New and used: 1947 '
knowa .: i I I you want this one C.r evenlnis. an I II TRAILERS-- I
commodities with i 'WbHla 9t J. P. Mattox. 14> N. housework 12 W. Rob come for life selllnt for only a a the O.al B'm T.l t I -1940 "76- 2 door se American. 81895 op Electric refrlterttor ASSOCIATED STORES

J Cemald.AI.lntm.nl. mado> ,' .; 11.. I moon Jtv*. phone '..1 a S2.9OO accident policy? Enl d. I daD Looks and runs Ilk* new. optional Accessories. Coleman W* pay Cash for Used Cars.
B. r. I ; accident covered from the first BtC-IN. 4 door 1.a Maroon Used Car Excbame. 219 W. and prewar stove awntnts.dollies j
COURT nitht 143 North Ave.
New Orange
CLOSE": : TOUR-1T coarl. tiVIo or lwI hundred Orlacdo Used 242 N. i Washington Phone Open bottle ..' etc
:2i.p.rt'D bull* a..1 Ca. S 2-282 .ns t.lb.

t ".in t,. .,te In a lurle.1.d lnlm..t I you 1.several nished. .0DI others. .tla ZOO ".I.oa room main f.fO I PAy. T 0 5... e.tr, and .0. I and .renewal territory for W.kl pICb.rt.ren, "."I. ''BCI-II4 I I Or Dto Ave. 24814I 7 passenger. lal f Sundays OLDSMOBILE-1936. 6 cylinder ,- 8 South 17-92 CraDle Ankney Trailer Trsil.Sale U I J. C. McKELLAR. INC. *
call *
uov81uztt io *; f Phone 5300 DEALER
Prank erl. for eDle. hlshway P sis.000. Prank Cnba. b_. I Writ State Manager Northern Onia seed door sedan Rebuilt Inside and out. A BAROAIS l .boUtr.lr. "YOUK PACKARD
S 0. K.'t.r. 11 b. Building phono of ida. Combined Mut.a Casualty Com Iat.rr t shape !R. s'' R.dlo heater Perfect condition furnished. New
W.tal 2 rMUrea. 11..j .o
11 Phone 8147
.. ; W.t.1 II 342 H Orange Are.
R..la.tl. Flor-- Bargain .
lb"a 1.110 .2-110 Phone 2-IS or .i B. 221. P.ta 1.0. B. 13. Lbu" Garland and Amelia. 2-102 L -I JCM Unusual. Silt buy Private par. Ph hot Sot plate RIOTS. 8 8475. 8 Blossom at Scott Trail ft I



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16 Sqr B 1Utbag rnthirl-&tar Orlando, Florida, May 25, 1947 ;, were elected to the local's elective
Page F Typos Elect committee.The .
t Clip/ & Mail To Rutland's, Orlando :, i ii vole for delegate to the
J. Pleus and James G. Horrell Dad's Task ITU convention In ClevelandAug.
Young Demos would be present for the discus- All-American 1, Nominate _____ ,. : i I 16 to 23 resulted in a tie between -
sion on county consolidation. New OfficersJ.
i r rr Williams and Maddux. anda
Also to be considered at the Addressr run-off election was scheduledfor
meeting U a resolution presented !i Called Full-Time One"Being r r
Meet ThursdayYoung a i N. Williams was elected yes WednesdaY
to the Young Democrats for For the r terday to succeed Herman 1.. Rhody was elected alternatethe
action bjr the Orange County "ALL' AMERICAN FATHER" AWARD Maddux as president of Local '782. convention. _
a'good father is full time job-don't let -
a any-
Democratic Club of Orange Democratic Executive Committee. r r International Typo The new officers will be Instated
County will meet Thursdayat I one tell you otherwise" John C. Barber, general secretaryof : of Greater Orlando for 1917 rr rr graphical Union. I June 15..
8 p-m. at the Angebilt Hotel to the Orange County YMCA, said yesterday in connectionwith rr Maddux who declined re-nomI-1
elect officers for the coming year This resolution opposes enact- Orlando's selection of its 1947 All-American Father, Reasons: _. rr nation as president was elected i Rousch'i
of the proposed "consolidation vice-president, an office held by
and to consider the latest devel- ment
opment in proposals to consoli- measures" and makes the .! project sponsored annually the last four years by Joseph J.i r r rr B. E. Pace during the past year. FRESH PASTEURIZED

date certain county offices according five findings concerning i i P. Rutland.: I. rr Robert L. Taylor secretary-
: to Clem Brossler presI- "I know how full It Is. becauseIn Orlando area is eligible for desig- d. rr treasurer, and Miss Margaret i iI
dent. them: that they would make appointive my business we take care of a nation as the city's fifth All- Brewster recording secretary
Brossler said that both Robert many offices which are lot of boys whose American Father if his name is r rr rr were re-elected. i DATSON DAIRIES
[dads have turned .. I 1 Phone tSU
now elective: that they would remove submitted to the selection com-
N. W. L. Rhody and Frank Hater
ithe Job over to r
mittee either the nomination __
from the hands of the voters on
[the Y or to the blank this article Signed : I
Besl Trailer Shop I direct control over county Government [school 1. the or in a accompanying letter addressed to Rut- r, Net: If more spate Is seeded ,

Trail-R-Coat Points I : that they would concentrate :church the mov- land's Men's Store. 65 N. Orange i attach separate thru. Address :
much power in the hands of 1es. or the gang r r I
2225 W. WashingtonDial around the cor- Ave.Nominations must be receivedat 0. av
"smack of total-
a few; that they a.a.a..a..a..a..eases.aa.aa..aaaaa..a.a.a WILL AT LEAST THE 1 FOUND NM AND xouu.FIND POJFSCT
6894 itarianism" and that their meritsare iner. Ruland's by June 4. R. H. VOOMO MAN BEHAVED OULL 700. novice AMO A TRrIJ4TY
ton Winter Garden Road outweighed; by their demerits. I asked Barber to give was his Ellis is chairman of the selection Faulkner. Max Walker. Robert I r Children's Group Plans i LIKE GEMTLEMAM.A PERFECT of eeuo PLEASED AT
Greene R. R. Norman. Margaret
[Iprescrlption.for father Moye. The Rev. and Mrs. Collis Mid-Florida Unit HereThe STATE AUTO
a good
the sort of man Pine Castle NewsPINE Blair, and daughter Rebecca. Children's Home Society of BODYWORKSGENERAL

the city will hon I CASTLE Last meeting Revival services being conductedby Florida will organize anew Cen-
SPECIAL ,, ",:, .or In observance of the Well-Baby Pre-school I the Baptist pastor the Rev. tral Florida Division at a meet-
.. ". of 'Father's Day Paul Hendley, on the Naracoosee
ing Wednesday in the Chamber of
'" -' Clinic will be held in the Elemen-
Rd well attended.
June 15. when are being
Barber the year's out- tary School. June 4, at :2 p.m. Commerce Bldg., to which spon-
soring committee members from
VIKING standing father chosen by a selection There will be no meetings held 200 Used Typewriters Orange. Seminole. Lake and Os-
committee on the basis of during the Summer but it will ceola counties have been invited
public nominations will be announced open again in September. Available to VeteransMore State Supt. Marcus C. Fagg announced -
Wednesday the Brownies met yesterday. Officers will be
in The Sunday Sentinel-
SPACE with Mrs. E. M. Totten at the than 280 used typewriterswill elected at the meeting. TIRES
Star. Scout Little HQuse. Two visitors, go on sale to veterans of -- ----
"In the first place." said Barber, I Jane Masterman and Barbara World War II at Orlando Army
HEATER "being a good dad means comingout Tarr hope to become Brownies in Air Base auditorium Tuesday ALUMINUMROOFING22 AND BATTERIESFOR
the Fall. Hostesses were Susan
from behind that
newspaper I Lesser and Judy Alexander. morning according to James C. Ga.
70,000 BTU and talking with your son at the: Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Keener, of Crosby acting regional directorfor

breakfast, table, or at supper. I South Second St.. have purchasedtwo War Assets Administration.Sales $11.50 per sq. Park 478 TELEPHONES Orlando 2-0129
Removable combustion u "Ask him questions about whathe's lots adjoining their propertyon i
to ex-service personnelwill Freight Prepaid
been doing lately who's in the North from Austin Smith.
chamber : ir the gang now. have the Cards won I. Mr. and Mrs. Claire Wyatt and continue through Wednesdayafter I Lengths 6' thru 12'
again, la schoolwork okay. son returned to the Bahamas after which veteran dealers may 5-V Crimp Weather Board.
Extra heavy construction I
"Being a good father means do- a visit here. purchase from the remaining I 1}." & 2\2"\ Corrugated
with the kid the Mr. and Mrs.James Burden will
ing things ORANGE
Detroit Oil Control gyp I Fellowship stock. Veterans need only present |28Q AVEwWlNTERPARigFLA. eh. Orlando 7.042!
,, things you like to do and some of be hosts to members of the NATIONAL _
those he likes. Take him on that I Class Monday.A proof of their honorable discharge cvuc ttATE ttREET MJTO I BQO I I Ir ,
INSTALLED $119.95 fishing trip or to the golf course. special song service will beheld from the service to buy one of PRESSED STEEL CO.
"In the third place get up and i in the Methodist Church the machines which range In price 1601 Atlanta Ave. Tel. 7912
go to church Sunday. You can't Sunday for benefit of the Youth from $19 to $52.
For economy, convenience and beat religion into Junior anymore I Camp in Leesburg and dormitory .
than you can beat it into yourself.But building at Emory University.
superior performance, use the you can get the inspirationof 'Present at the monthly meet-
VIKING SPACE HEATER. leading him and the family to ing of the Annie Willoughby Circle
the place of divine worship; and. ; at the parsonage Thursdaywere
the Mmes. Willoughby, E. P.
who knows, you might even get
something out of it yourself. Hamburger Jake Burdick. Eliot
"And when your wife says. White her daughter Carol. Wil-
Air Conditioning Contractors 'Come along to the P-TA with me. mot Lesser and daughter Susan ht
U'. an open meeting tonight on and son Bob. Homer Slngletary ...y4 t
what to do about Juvenile delinquents and children Robert and Mike.
900 Oron Any father living in tHe Greater E. Jergensen. W. D. Lane.. Glen

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:."i'" ( When you stop tot think of f the miles of pipe ._

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n\- brella with wooden pole, in'

( : i: 4 gay striped sailcloth. :-
city gasthe huge size of some pieces of equip; .
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and as fast as it doel w e put it into service ,for you.\ : ,
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We are doing everything. we can to hurry new installations BARCALOAFER y ;

For year 'round loafing lux-

r' ury. The self adjusting wonder -
so that new Central Florida families may "f t chair-there's nothing like -

it Available in Red and Blue

enjoy the superior service only city gas can give. r waterproof plastic.

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'" Spring Steel Chair ..
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with waterproof plas-
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Very Young Set Models Summer Fashions at Junior Sorosis RevueTea

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Table Day Nursery'

a{, q yyo. Anniversary;
Chatter _
z Iue LtillcheolHeld

The 25th anniversary of the

Saturday JEANETTE M"LEN- .. Orlando Day Nursery Assn. was
DON and her mother. FLORENCE celebrated Friday when active and

M'LENDON, had all of, Jeanette'a associate members and past presidents
teachers, past and present, of i'o OrY. R: met at the Dubsdread Country -

Marks St. School over for luncheon oM $ 9 J Club for Its annual luncheon
Jeanette herself plannedthe 3:0: 4 I 7lr4I ___ ; a5d
,.. I and Installation of officers.
menu and ahe and Florence y
wore mother-and-daughter dresses 0 ads | Luncheon tables were flower-
which her mother made C : T/S s decked and the Colonial May Day
Their charming home was decorated d s : ;E I motif was carried out by the
with loads of Spring garden
I cleverly contrived miniature Maypole
flowers. Jeanette will enter junior

high Guests school present next year.were MRS. S. t, .' I \ &>ri: Mrs.on the Buell speakers'Duncan table.outgoing

M. FARRIS MRS. OLIVE V..EZ- Y r, president presided and introduced
ZARD. MISS ETHEL COXN- : w ;% incoming and outgoing board
WRIGHT MISS MOLLIE M. members past presidents associ-
WILBER. MRS. ELIZABETH y ,, ate members and Mrs. Martha
PERDUE. MRS. EILEEN A. ;. yF ;, 'au r .. ;4 Lancaster, matron of the nursery
JOHNSON, MISS A. FARNHAM, : ., + home; and Mrs. Harold Anderson
and MISS LOUISE WEED EN. .'.;...'.' kindergarten supervisor at the
., .
b 000l"Parly E : _" -J nursery.
? coming up: MRS. HER- '.<' Mrs. Duncan presented Mrs.
SCHEL H. PARRISH and MRS. Brantley Burcham a past president -
b,,,. ,
JOSEPH A CAWTHON are entertaining ; who gave a resume of the
with a luncheon honoring association's activities and progress
KATHERINE STEED on Wednes- 34 N a. f in the 25 years of its existence.
day at 1 o'clock at the Country :. T The historical record: which had
Club Guests will Include the 4'6' < t :.A been compiled by Mrs. George
attendants In Katherine's wedding )/. -- N'tPT Badger traced the growth from its
and a few close friends ?' ?{ : humble beginning to its present
Katherine shared honors Friday w.Y', i up-to-date home which houses the
t "
morning with LILLIAN M'LEOD, J ; I nursery. Tribute was paid to the
another charming bride-elect. I generous' assistance given by the
when RUTH LEEDY entertainedwith n e I Kiwanis Club which has been its
M K S '
a party at her home Dubs- $ : Tr Y'6f ,rjLy sponsor.In .
dread Lily looked perfectly $ A taking over the gavel. Mrs. L.
adorable In a pink and grey striped rSc A. Blake the new president said
cotton with very wide neckline J that obligations entail responsibilities -
; rrHES: THREE LADS left to Gene and John
js are, right Kelly, ,
and puff sleeves Katherine and In working In the Day
was lovely In a brown and ., .., .. ,. ': Waering, sons of Dr. and Mrs. K. K. Waering. They are wearing Nursery members would find
N ; .
white printed crepe. $ a. <''>'t.'V'" rO; k matching smoothly tailored sharkskin suits. Their appear- spiritual satisfaction and pleasureIn

o o ovA 1 NANCY BROWN LEFT, AND SANDY TURNER are a little uncertain { ance was a hit at the Junior Sorosis fashion show Wednesday caring for the 50-odd children

attend group the\leaving National this Hotel morning Greet-to .....--S-- w : \ ,about posing. Nancy, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. : night at Sorosis House. Mrs. Woering is the outgoing president of nursery.who find a second home at the

ers Assn. meeting being held in B. Brown, wears a pink organdy pinafore. Sandy, daughter of ;i, Junior Sorosis. Mrs. Herbert E. Sanderson affectionately
Miami DON'TVANNA GO TO BED/ Mr. and Mrs. Sam Turner, is ready for a day at the playgrcund, f known as "Mother
FLOYD' Kit Mallory, daughter of Mrs. sand bucket in hand and wearing smocked dress of sky-blue'' f' Sanderson" who for many years
WI Mallory. Kit is modeling has been a generous and whole-
BETH organdy.. hearted worker was named an
white batiste nightgown with
DREW honorary member of the associa
neckline and eyelet trim.
will be -- '' .,"'. ,.,..... new officers include the
Miami ''' u. following: Mrs. R. N. Inman. vice-

,.. --1IfI;:: :'.v CLARA LOUISE STEWART, president; Mrs. Hudson McRey-
After '' nolds, recording .secretary; Mrs
that ,\ .. .. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.D. t rH George Newhart. assistant record-
ica "' L Stewart, Is a charm- Ing secretary: Mrs. Leroy Brew-
to be ing picture. She chooses a I ton corresponding secretary; Mrs.
her 4 o- 4 r ''' Ben Caswell, assistant corresponding -
blue dotted swiss long dress
painful secretary; Mrs. I. A. Mayfield
ible for frosted with lace. A pert treasurer; Mrs. Cecil Hook assistant
ite little peplum adds treasurer Mrs. Sidney Swope.
grown-up ;
The ir ;: :1 glamour. board member at large; Mrs. Buell
Duncan. board memb r.
scene of ,ass &L- Mrs. Willis Maxwell was chairman
slve + V 4 in charge of the luncheon
with Mrs. Charles Goodman as
Mr. and a:+ vice chairman. Other committees
the .;.r ah included the following: The Mmes.
of' r h" s George Sharp. James Burden. L.
met his !kaY L. Lanier, John Cadman. Sheldon
when he Johnson table decorations; the
France. Mmes. F. S. Kottmeier. L. T. Pot-
ice In tinger John Newsom. Cyrus Sharp,
flower favors: Mrs. Robert Car-
rigan and Mrs. Harry Baldwin
a "+t
MR. terrace punch table; Mrs. F. B.
EVANS Surguine Jr. and Mrs. Cecil Hook
i 5r reservations: the Mmes. Charles
his a Whitfield. Charles Goodman reception
and to >w : Mrs. A. H. Malcom and
alma 1 N Mrs. Buell Duncan place cards

N.they J. YUSEM, daughter of Mrs. Z. f j and seating.
fore Yusem, wears a dress of white t ? y', 1jL;

Theyll the with a black ribbon through ; Pre-Nuptial
4 :
Fall. lace insertion of the neckline g a.
; I Parties FillWeekend

night' 4? t : I

band. O.
Chief Miss Ann Brlnkman and Miss
L a k
United I Katherine Steed. popular Spring
under brides-elect were honor guests

Margaret s yesterday at a luncheon given by
of the
I Mrs. Robert Riddle I and her
Their 4 1 daughter. Mrs. Carter Whltmlre.
will Austin."I The affair was held at Mrs.Rtc1-
home Seville Place.
parents dle's on
,. With the honor guests were Included
,i t TWO LITTLE GIRLS, Joan Metz, left, in rosy pink and Sissy Slemonsin the Mmes. W. J. Steed. W.

sunny yellow model pinafores of silky organza with crescent bonnets Thomas C. Brinkman Erb., Robert Robert Marshall.Murphy,

layed to match.: Joan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, M. S. Metz, and Sissy Carl Miller. Charles Davis Robert

Mont.plane. is the daughter of Mr. arjd Mrs. James Slemons. Neel. Ford Rogers Jr.. Edward

last Y. __,__.....::, l ,,__ .' n" m"'< :..; I I Erdman. Jack Bulce Herbert
Marsh. Robert Petrie.
j Also the Misses Willa Steed.

ERICK.. U !I Mary Margaret Ann Baugh Hitch. Lillian Carolyn McLeod.Rich.

j Alice Jane Sullivan Fontaine
:, Winston. Jean Yothers. Pauline
day, has ktr R$ Harrell. Carolyn Collins.
er. b I j Friday night the two brides-elect

; ,ri ]I shared, honors when Miss Fon
Ann rE 4 { 5 I tame Winston entertained with a
1 v 4 r., w ; bridge party at her home on E.
s 4k "I Colonial Dr. The hostess was assisted -
$ 4a by the Mmes. R. R. Winston -
e ( !I W. J. Steed. W. C. Brink-
v ,tw Y, I man and H. J. Pemberton.
4y..SYL f d I Guests included the Mmes. Car-
u Y = l ter Whitmire Carl Miller, A. J.
1 Ann Floyd. Thomas Erb. Robert Neel.
t Jack Bulce. Richard Fletcher. Ed
Mrs. J.
1 ) n
y f yt Erdman. Charles Davis Robert
Murphy.Marshall Mallory, RussellF.
noon q5- Fisher and the Misses Mar-
ed .
3A '.i" ti j4w ei garet Baugh Jean Yothers. Mary
a May .SS Ann Hitch. Carolyn Rich. Pauline
their { M'. 4 5S Harrell. Carolyn Collins. Alice
Each "..
4 wK. Jane Sullivan. Lillian McLeod.
Lylth wad < June Nicholson and Willa steed.

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Rideout WORN by Becky Ward, left t.. ,. .. .. of the Officers' Club.
Davis, N .. e ---: '<<<0 "" <""" .__ ... ; > : : 1F. ; of
; and her ; J Orlando Army Air Base
younger sister .. : .." < N >A ::' :
Martin. .:. .
..aJ the OAAB Women's Club this
!: Judy Ward. They are the : COOLEDGE PACE IS PROUD of r J DICKIE MORGAN, left, the son of I week will be as follows:

ess.Nancy daughters of Mr and Mrs. her playsuit of hyacinth blue trim- S Mr. and Mrs. Ivan D. Morgan 3d, TUESDAY' OroVp OAAB mwti Women'f 1 .m. t.Cluti 12 Wellr noon-

low' Harry Ward Jr. They wore J. med in rhumba ruffles piped in yellow wears a striped blazer Eton suit I ee' Red Crow. BM. Women'". Mils Bu Club. Book
Shirley sun of yellow balloon to match her golden braids. with a white sports shirt. His cow Club meet at- 2 PJO to laiD Louses.Otfiun' .

John o -' cloth. i Cooledge is the daughter of Mr. .,rte v sin, Joy Meiner, daughter of Mr. +l member cad Club.their Game west petty in IfaiaLonnie. tir
Bobby .
OMKer.-: Club. t a P 10.
.. and Mrs. Julian Pace. and Mrs. Henry Meiner, is wearinga THURSDAY Women Club Brian
tailored dress. "' I OubVneeU .t Officer Ciub .t 2 p m.SJlTTJRblY .
Reece sun I Special dance .n th.
Powell. Y.evl: lfn de. with Ted w...... a nd htanittonslly
f.erdt..r.. plaria.'
Thorpe J. I from I "... to 1 IJIL Drew will ktaf.im.1.
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,<. Orlando Florida May 2?, 1947- .. I Dorothy Dicks Ella Mae Johnson. Pennsylvania State and also attended
, w Page. 18 Sly Smttaq &tnttnt' -&tar' Insurance ,I Frances Arrowood. Lera Hough Hill-Slemons Harvard Graduate School-
Irma Shriver, Alice McAfee.
Prior to the war he was connected

I .z Women's Alpha ChiSupper Women Bosses. James present B. Hall.were Earle Julius Dukes Harrison -, Nuptials HeldIn phia.with Temple University Philadel-

:Mrs. Hargis
John McEwan Oliver Joe Bailey, The couple are temporarily at
Charles G. Williams H. W. Bar- home in St.
EntertainMembers Augustine.
Club Presents ( num. Arthur Schultz H. A. Ward OrlandoAnnouncement 1
r Gives Party I, James J. Bettes. Richard Tucker,
of the Insurance Wom- T. L. Hearn S. Duke Pearson, is made of the
I DAR Plans
II I For Mother Fashion Show ThursdayMembers en's Club entertained their bosses 1 H., B. Forehand. Carl Higginbotham recent marriage of Miss Bess Con- : ,
i I Burton Thornal and M. D.Leel I i(
I Thursday night at their annual dre Slemons, daughter of Mrs.
I The Orlando Army Air BaseWODen' .of the Alpha Chi j jI '
8B. Hargis of Pelham. : banquet at the Dubsdread Albert Thomas Slemons and Memorial
Mrs Alumnae Club ,and their Country the DayObservance
Eiii Club presented a delightful Omega
Rr, Winter Park entertained this R Club. Banquet arrangements were ] late Mr. Siemens of Clinton I
week with a dessert bridge partyat I Summer fashion show i I husbands enjoyed a buffet supper i in charge of Mrs. Olive McCampbell I Garden Club II
Tenn.. to George Elliott Hill of
I evening at the home of I
hon- Thursday
the Officers' Club Friday at their regular meetingat { and Miss Thirza Fluno. president Richland. Par which took placeat
her mother. Mrs. Mamie 1 Mr. and Mrs. H. Bascomb Melrose acted as mistress of '
oring Officers' Club with a tea cere- I
the : the chapel of the Park Lake
Members of the Orlando Chap-
is here from Washing monies.
Oneal who Cherokee Dr. Plans Events
the Main on Presbyterian Church, with Dr.
following ter of
hour I Daughters of the American
Miss Fluno
D. C. for a was presented witha
ton. the
following '
Bride was played Robert H. McCaslin officiating.The .
Revolution are asked to meet at
With the honoree were included Lounge. Jeweled 0" to be attached to The new board members of the
E. W. Duncan beach supper. |I! her club couple were attended by .. the east entrance of ,the Green-
the Mmes. Early The latest in Summer ensembles pin.Enterta.1nment Garden Club
I Orlando met Friday Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Slade of Or-
Included Mr. and wood Cemetery Memorial
W. W. Millard H. A. Holstein. L. and Those present i I+i feature was the Day
O Johnson W. A. Moore A. H. sports togs afternoon Mrs. T. I. Denmark Mr. and Mrs.B. I I skit presented by a group of Rol- I morning at the home of Mrs. I lando.Mrs. Hill attended ;i;Friday at 4 pjn.
J. Z. Amacker evening wear was modeled by I I lins in I Julian Laughinghouse on Lake I[ Huntington I 1 I The regular DAR service be
Foster. R. J. Disher, s< with Mrs. C. Kuenz. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Independents an excerpt College. Ala., and taught for a will
Thomas B. Gautier, F. A. Dra- I members of the club Dr. and Mrs. William S. from the recent production. If Davis to plan events scheduled for : held at the graves of deceased
Lawton, number of in Clinton
the Dickson years City
per Jr., C. F. Jackson. Warren R. 1 Robert Marshall of I Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Trip- the Show Fits. I|I the coming year. I is members. Members may also bring
The ; Schools. She presently teachingin
and Ives Co.. as narrator. I' Included In the activities will I
Winn: C. B. Coleman and her Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Roberts, 'I Club members attending were flowers to place on family graves.
I lett. the elementary schools at
houseguest. Mrs. Hilary Schroderof M RS. ROBERT J. PLEUS program of music given as the Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Van Horn, the Mmes. Florence Everson Olive : be the flower show practice flower lIastingsll''la. I Mrs.V.. R. Diamond radio

Jacksonville: I' 1947-48 Sorosis president. models appeared in creations renderedby from I Mr. and Mrs. E.G. Ward, Mr. and McCampbell. Nina Slaughter.Dorothy I arrangement and horticultural Mr. Hill has recently completedmore chairman announces that Mrs. W.
and Ives. was school. Garden tours
I Also the Mmes. J. F. Rand. O. A.Officers'. Dickson I Mrs. W. B. Hutcheson. Dr. and Horst. Elaine G. Williams judging than four years of service in H. Adkinson, delegate to the Continental -
main flowers show
B. Coleman pianist. the other
Mrs. C. were
E Wilson R. A. Rollison and C. I Mrs. R. D. Thompson. Mrs. Wal- Marguerite Osenbach. Mary Thor- discussed. ; the armed forces with the rank Congress currently being
B. Hlnkel; and the Misses Jan The models Included the Mmes. lace Smith of Elizabeth. N. J_ nal. Pearl Brown; also the Misses I events of captain. He Is graduate of held in Washington D.: C. will
W. R. L. i Active members welcomed into
Rollinson and Darleen Millard. DayAt H. W. Farrell J. Rand formerly of Winter Park Mr. and Marjo Dukes. Jessie McCalla. u_ broadcast a report of the confer-
J, the club the Mmes. J.
R. B.
Smith Early E. W. Duncan. were
Mrs. Henry Goethe of Titusville. 1 Thirza Fluno Dorothy Wessman ence over WLOF upon her return
Disher C. B. Hinkel. J. T. Bar- I Huppel. Oliver Joe Bailey E. D. : also made. All dues must be
Sorosis Mrs. R. S. Struthers and the I were this week. The date of the pro-
Miss LlanoIn rett J. E. Hollwedel R. W. Do- Misses Esther Fuller.and Elizabeth i Dent. Hugh Flynt. R. M. Sanderlin. paid before the book is published. gram will be announced later.
{ enges C. R. Scott and C. F. Jack- Gillies. tamed with a party at their homein B. C. Kuenz George H. Brett. -- --- -- ----- --
Lake Barton Park. I Norman Wood Raymond C. I '
Concert Tuesday Guests included Magie Borer. I Stevens Clara H. Nicholson ?? BabeeTendaSafety ABCDIAPER
Sandra Lee Broschei Mary Ann Brosche, Mary Dee Frank C. Rinehart, Irving Van

j Miss Olga Llano, pupil of Prof. Officers Day will be held Tuesday Birth Announcement Has Birthday Party Chiles Mike Tenny. Mike Weaver. Zandt J. J. Kern John B. Davis, Chair SERVICENew

Walter Charmbury at the Rollins at 3 pjn. at Sorosis as a con- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Orlando, of 1.i i Judy and Ruth Ann Walker. L. V. Baldwin Chesley R. Miller, I '- UV: Accounts and Future
College Conservatory of Music I clusion to the year's activities with 2415 Mayer Sty are the parents of : Sandra Lee Brosche. daughter' Susie Kitchen Ronnie Scott Albert Currey Dennis Harran'l \Ivan R. Brown Reservations Are' Solicited
will give a recital at the Winter I a daughter Margaret Mary Orlando of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brosche Jr. '! Hank and Dorothy Walker Skippy Grover Ivey John 1jN Distributor I '

Park Woman's Club today at 8:15: Mrs. A. B. Whitman honorary born May 21 at the Orange celebrated he r third birthday last !I Hart. Sharon Rennicher. and j, Carroll and Carl McLemore. 11'1 1C39 Hillcmt Avt. Ph. 2-8321 ORLANDO T"lrpbone11'71 WINTER PARKCELANESr
I president, Installing the new omI Memorial Hospital. i I week when, Mrs. Brosche enter- ; Buddy BrooChe. 1 Plans for the club's year
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J. cers.They Include Mrs. Robert J.
Sonata OPal 22 la B flat ).faJnr.BeelhoUL
Pleus. president; Miss Mary Bran-

Afctro AdMloUrnuetto eon brio ham first vice-president; Mrs. t ,. '

Rondo. Sidney Swope second vicepresident .
IT ; Mrs. Hudson McReynolds r,.
Impromptu Op 39 In A flat major Chopin I .. .,
IS !to. 2 In T aharp Mrs. Charles
Kocturne recording secretary:
major _" .__ _.-__._ ___ Chopin. f y '
Polonttae Op. 28 )(I 0. 2 la E flat ;, C..Potter, corresponding secretary; ; tiQ3r
diner _..___.. _._______ Chopin \ '
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ni. : Mrs. P. L. Moon treasurer: and \
Spanish Danee )I'D. 1 _____n_ e r na Mrs. George Carter. Mrs. Charles ) :
___ __ ___ Cud BeaUTbe < :
Low land n .
Whitfield and Miss Margaret "
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Foaataln of Aca.ua P ol* Grille ,
FolonalM Opv 49 Ho. 12 In X: minor Piper board members. < .
UaeDoweH. Mrs. E. Harold Johnson, retiring ... :
Miss Olga Llano was the winnerof president will give a brief I II' i
both t the State and South Atlantic >
of the work.
report year's '
District Auditions In the I'1 The hospitality and tea commit- I ,,; :. ;I Ii 4.L:

student musicians class of the tees will entertain with a tea following ; .

ftl contests Federation sponsored of Music by the Clubs Nation-this James A.the Pittman program and Mrs.with GeorgeD. Mrs. I I :: : > :i ," ',

year I Allen presiding at the tea table. I fA B : : .
Assisting. them will be the Mmes. I I I rutJfJ 'AD.. CO ,.Iii. '. .
George Clapham. C. A. Meyer ... '1

Frances O'Heir II Robert Riddle, R. E. Carrigan.J. I '. .

M. Pedrick. Jack Camp, Oliver : ;' .
Joe Bailey and E. G. Richardson. .
Distinctive Gifts /I Flowers for the clubhouse will i : ,. .
be Mrs. W. R. ;.
1 arranged by Boone.
Phillip lift.' ,
I and door hostesses will be Mrs. '
WINTER PARKFor Asher Peter and Mrs. Fred Teg-I :!' "

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not the shop is open, tht As Seen on Cover of '
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has bee selected specifically for ObservationI I j : L .

Summer needs. .y ;
New things are coming \" "

In daily. Hand-woven Set Friday .

white bags from the .
Great Smoky Mountains. The Florida Federation of Poetry /

Colorful bags and baskets Clubs will present a Poetry Day .
from Portugal and program: on Friday from 1:15 to {

Italy. Gay fans from 1:30 pjn. over WORZ under the tatk
Cuba. New Massllnn direction of Mrs. Ethel A. Platts

napkins which are Indispensable teacher and author of children'
for casual books. I a 0y
serving. Table settings This program Is being given In .
and glassware for out- observation of Florida State Poetry '.
/ door use and Informal Day May 30, which has been pro-
claimed by the Florida Legislaturein "
use on the terrace. Social :

' Supper Trays. Kensington co-operation with National .: .
Ware. Poetry Week. May 25-3L I .' ,' tIViLx
Florida is the 27th State to havea x

Wedding Ire a prominent Presents feature a* usual n( the Poetry Day.The resolution spon- I ;.. .i" .c r.
hop. A limited supply of sored by the Florida State Feder- I r

i Minton china from England ation of Poetry Clubs, was passed I ..... ;a
again na1lable .
t during this session of the Legislature -

W. hiv been Shipping and proclaimed by Gov. .\
Graduation Gifts north and Millard Caldwell on April 30. "" ,
have many appealing Items Mrs. Violet of
Wyman Lockhart
Graduation at Rollins. a J
I second vice-president of the Na- ; I. .',
w. do not close on Wednesday tional Federation of Poetry Clubs, .
afternoon. founder of the State Federation .
and originator of the resolution a

Shop Open Thru June said that "this is a great achieve- .'r'r: '
ment for the cultural .., : .
development ,
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Hours: 1:00: a.m to 5:00 p.m. of Florida." .. ,
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FRANCES O'HEIR contact Those the interested Federation in poetry may ". ,. 4I .
by addressIng I
III N. Park At*. Ph*.,. titWINTER Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Bacon 4'a :
4 editors of the Federation's Monthly -

PARK Bulletin P. O. Box 381, WIn- .'.;. .'. 1 \
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Omega XisPlan I Orlando, Florida, May 25, 1947 a ?gutt&tg &ittnrl-&tar Page 1 1B'11ai 11

Dance t t B'rith
: 4rng'

For GraduatesThe I New Officers f1iC Graduate

Alumni of the Omega Xi
.., fraternity will entertain with a Installed for
formal dance Wednesday, June 4,
The closing meeting of the B'nai!
from 11 p.m. to 3 pm. immediately -
: following graduation exercises B'rith Auxiliary was held this past '
at Orlando Senior High i S week with a luncheon at the Ft.Ga.tlIn .I' i
School. c +w S_ Hotel and the installationof
Rod Allen's orchestra will fur- $
nish the music for dancing. All a;; 6I officers as the outstanding feature -: d.
alumni of the fraternity are invited I of the meeting. I
to a banquet on the day Mrs. Nat Herman, counselor and
of the dance, to be held at 5:30 }w5N
.IF.E further Information H \- k past president of the auxiliary
installed the following officers:
ONE HOUR SERVICEON P4 Mrs. Barney J. Cohen president;

WATCH CRYSTALS \S+ : : :..: thj Mrs. Joseph Levy first vice-pres.
; }L ident; Mrs. W. H. Kahn, second :
Watch Repairing
wS' ::a.A vice-president; Mrs. S. R. Kramer
BLOCK'SJEWELRY recording secretary; Mrs. Morris

Luskin, corresponding secretary;
IS West Church Street a.: Mrs. Jules J. Mellow, treasurer.
I The following trustees were appointed q
: the Mmes. Lester Reyer.
DUTCHLAPAsbestos Sidney L. Baker, M. L. Cooper,
__ Philip Brenner, Louis Richman,
II nmomn Morris Marcus.-and Irving 1. Lip-

SIDING I her betrothal told. oil s .. .. }. v ton.The opening prayer was given .L
... L a 4 by Mrs. Morris A. Skop. Mrs. Irv-
ASPHALT SHINGLES I ing Lipton retiring vice-president, ,
GUTTER [ gave a resume of the year's activity -
& \Miss English, and Mrs. W. H. Kahn and
DOWN SPOUTS Mrs. Ansel Wittenstein. advisersfor
'Air. RobertsTo B'nai B'rith Girls' Chapter,
L. T. JERNIGAN reported on their year's work.
ate. Vocal selections were rendered
Roofing and Sheet \ Be Wed I "".-A-'. 0 nnn> by Richard Milham accompaniedat
70 Alexander PL TeL '% % MISS CLAIRE ELIZABETH BUMGARNER the piano by Mrs. Morris Lush

Mr. and Mrs. Havis B. English' will be wed this kin. A-
of the Fairvilla Rd. are announc- I i Summer
Illinois and Rhode Island
ing: the engagement of their are
daughter. .Margaret Evelyn to the only two States which have t
Miss Bumgarner Is Engaged Statewide library service under
Carroll A. Roberts son of Alfred
V: A Roberts and the late Mrs. Evelyn i I I I the Secretary of State. I
Roberts, also of this vicinity. |
Miss English attended local )I To Air. Ferguson of Lake Worth ;

schools graduating from Orlando ,: Open Monday EveningsWARREN'S
Senior High in 1945. ''She is now Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bumgarnerof 1 Mr. Ferguson;: Is a graduate
BOTTLE employed by the Duval Jewelry DeLand announce the engage- i'Lake Worth High School and the I
Co. | School of Pharmacy at the University -
ment of their daughter, Claire
Mr. Roberts attended local of Florida. For four and
: schools, and during the war served Elizabeth, to Dwight L. Ferguson a half years he served with the I Winter Park Phone 68
They're made of cloth, for thre! years with the U. S. son of Mn and Mrs. Fred W. U. S. Navy in the Mediterraneanand i I
protectors, which regardless Marine'rrps, two years of which i Ferguson of Lake Worth. Far Eastern Theaters. At
whether the trip be business tim?.T.as spent overseas with the I Miss Bumgarner is a graduate of present he is a pharmacist at the RECORDSCLASSICALHILLBILLY
Colonlaltown"I Four \ Marine Division. He is DeLand High School and John B Veterans' Administration Center,
social, will avoid the now' ttployed by Kissam BuildIng I Stetson University. For the past |Bay Pines.
bottle when you arrive aCl Supply Co. three years she has been a teacher I Plans for the wedding which POPULAR
Padded to guard against Pit K for tne wedding will beanno2ced I in Cherokee Junior High i I will be an event of mid-June, will
to prevent leakage; there is later. School. I II I I be announced later.at COOPER'S MUSIC STORE
i I I I I I 20 W. Church SL Ph. 4352
I 10 am.with Miss Cornwall,sub I You'd treasure It-the new Traasurert KH b/Efizab
We have just received Bi\le! Class Activities Set i Ard nl ll'i the perfect partner to travel, fitted with"
toiletries for by stituting for the regular teacher,
men ,
JEFFS"EST. Elizabeth
I exquisite Arden essentials to loveliness. The
Father's Day Is June Mrs. Josephine Stuckie who bon
Plans SupperIvesHardin At Unity i vacation. IMS Treasurer) assures you of beautywherever yo gol I
1 I On PHONE31" .,_ t I Comes 'In simulated alligator, lizard snake, or calf in
VaeaUon time has Wednesday at 8 pm. Mrs. j
Bible Class of the The Unity Church. 503 S. assorted colors. e.**
weeks away. Need we First Presbyterian Church will''Orange Ave., announces the following -II l Warner will teach "Mysteries of CONTRACTORS MERCHANTSSEE -.-.. rr
I II hold Its regular monthly covered John." I OUR FIXTURE DISPLAYN.
I schedule of activities for MILLS ST. IN COLONIALTOWN
dish in the church I
ii I supper I There will be a prayer service
hall Tuesday at 6 after which the coming week: This morning
P. S. Smaller size bottle pm. j dally at 12 pjn. and another at 3
there will be a business meeting ,I at the 11 o'clock devotional service ) McElroy
with Mrs.Beulah Drake,president, the minister, the Rev. CarolynH. I pm.. with the exception of Sat- I
presiding.The .Parsons, will speak on the topic urday afternoon and Sunday. I RADIOREPAIR
; committee in charge of the "Tarry Ye In Jerusalem." I
supper arrangements will include: I I On Monday at 10 am. Mrs. Er- A two-pound steel ball dropped I II Pharmacy
HOME & Mrs. William L. Berst. chairman: ma Warner will teach her class in ,from a height of six feet will SERVICESOUTHERN
ffl and the Mines. O. M. Brown, Lois I "Lessons In Truth." At 8 pjn. I bounce when it strikes a.tough MUSIC
I will I new heat-tempered glass; developed I
1115 :B. Carter Margaret Givens John Monday Miss Faith Cornwall 332 N. Oraite TeL SMI I
I Reublom. James H. Turley, J. O. I conduct a class on "The Principles : by Libbey-Owens-Ford.- __ ____
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In Linton M. H. McNutt and the I of Healing"The
j Misses Esther Burke Jeanette I I class, "The Twelve Powerslof
.,. 'Gordon and Alice Jones. I Man;* will meet on Tuesday

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Page 20 j&111httt &rnttnd-e.tttr Orlando, Florida, May 25,1947 Sets and instrumental groups of the I Course which the auxiliary has
foand about I Academy school this evening at 8:15: is the I been covering this past season on
A efJl1iAa1'7liMida I chapel on the campus. India.
have, received training; many of i I All women of the auxiliary as
Dr. and Mrs. P. W. DuBose will
>t. Vincent'sceremony them are now away at college but I i entertain the members of the well as women of the parish not
when at home during vacation affiliated with guild work and
graduating class at a May Break-
days often serve at the Altar. St. wcF&Tr fast in Orlando on Monday friends are cordially invited to be
[ tLuke's Luke's Cathedral now has 24 active morn- ,I present. At the conclusion of this
Ing.The meeting a social hour will follow
acolytes and six probationers
A formal meeting the Philo- Music and Speech Depart- -
St making a total of 30 at the present [ By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor phronean Literary Society of the ments will again present a recitalon -and-tea will be served.-- ......
time. not including 27 associate -' Hampden DuBose Academy. Zell-I Monday at 8:15: pjn..
st Luke's Cathedral members.The PROMINENT AMONG THE social events planned for this week ,I wood. presented a recital by the .. Ittafi* !f.
P at I
I at'the i oday 11 o'clock service of Holyeoibmunion six probationers being received A is the annual Junior Chamber of Commerce's Coronation Ball, music and speech departments of Mrs. J. W. RobesonTo ATHLETES FOOTRINGWORM
I candidates for ad- i this morning are: Scotty to be,held Wednesday from: 9 pan to 1 am. at the Coliseum. Feature the school and marked the first I I CD
I minion to St. Vincent's Guild ofIAjb5ytes : Hancock. Don Orr Jr_ William Q< of the evening will be the of the commencement activities on i Address AuxiliaryThe 'lid OTHER SKINIUITATIONS
I Benton Jr.. George Sley. William the campus.
formally presented of the
be crowning JayCee
will Johnson. These boys i Bennett, and John McFadden.I .I I This was followed on Friday !I Woman's Auxiliary of st.Luke's ar a e.s-sac.S) -::::: ti ask
'to Dean
Queen Mrs.Burton Thornal
hah served their probationary pe- I Those already full-fledged members : .Gyvk txy9I night by a drawing room recital, Cathedral will hold its
riod of training. The Guild was who have been serving actively Y92'5broaoTk wife of the newly. elected I when Mrs. P. W. DuBose presented monthly program meeting on -
Organized in 1940 and has been over a period of years are JayCee- president. one of her pupils. Miss Doris Monday afternoon In the parish Free for-Asthma
tan active one in the life of thefChurch : Edward Fowler Cole, Gene Car- Mrs. Thomal. known to I Larsen of Brooklyn. New York in house at 3 o'clock.
since that date. Seventy- penter Jr.. ,John Demopoulos, her friends as Mary is a her senior recital. Miss Larsen was The Park Lake Guild will have
during that timeROSE Stavros Demopoulos, D a b n e y charming lady with lovely I A, t assisted by the Girls' Sextette, accompanied -I charge of the program and Mrs. If you tutfvr with attack'*of Asthma and
three men .. .
young A Ruth E. choke and .a. for breath if .t'ul .I..eis '
Davis Jr.. John Francisco RobertW. dark hair and and will by Miss Annamarie I Roseberry, chairman of .
Holleman Jr. Richard G., eyes Fjellstedt of Wheaton, 111. on the Park Lake Guild will introducethe difficult !kceauM of the *trwal. U
make an Ideal queen. She breath., don't fail to sand at one to ttiaFrontier
Jones, T. Allan Jones 4th Jack violin. I speaker. Mrs. J. M. Robeson.
f Kelk Kenneth Kiehl Roger Kiehl. 1 1 enjoys fishing, hunting golf .y Class Day was held on Saturday who has for her subject the Study the FRONTIER Asthma Company ASTHMA. for MEDICINE a FREE trialof a

Robert Melrose. Congdon Ma- and most all outdoor sports. r:? yx with a track meet in the preparation for temporary lymptomatit

gruder James M. Milligan Jr.. and Is an excellent bridge xs morning, featuring a 100 yard relief of paroxytmi' of Vronchial. Atthma.No .
William H. Parkinson Jr. Harry partner. A provisional mem- 4 I dash. 220 yard dash quarter-mile DR. P. D. NAPIER matter where you liv. or whether you

Pempey. Rodney Smith. Wayne ber of the Junior League of dash half-mile run and mile I NERVE SPECIALIST have faith in any medicine under the aun.and .
Smith.Conrad stewart Gene Cassidy Orlando she is also a mem- run: broad jump: high jump; I I today' for this free trial. It.iIIt
Jack E. Teagarden. KennethM. MISS MARY LOUISE DEATON ber of the Insurance Womenof shot put: pole vaulting, and re- I CHIROPRACTOR you nothino..Cauti.e! Us..ty' a* di,..-

Wing and the director betrothed. Orlando of which she is a I lays. Water sports featured in the Complete X-ray Laboratory ted. _Address
Felton B'I
Sargent. afternoon, included races, stunts
Sll Catheart St. Phone Z7I FRONTIER ASTHMA co.
Ielfiss past president. While her I and diving from the newly erected I ''I+, 212-A FRONTIER BLDO.
husband was in the servicefor water tower in the lake. The'' un / nn nn / / H 442 NIAGARA ST. BUFFALO 1. N. Y.
-, WIVES AND MOTHERS Of DRINKING MEN \ Baton s three years she stepped climax of the day was the presentation -1. .
right in and took over the of the Esse. the school I

ALCOHOLISMtoccatMy i I Ig management of his Insurance yearbook.The I
I EngagementAnnounced business an im- Rev. Fred G. Lasse, mis-
TraaM with On Week .f H..1to1lzatloe
:etore. sionary to Belgian Congo. under
WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL portant and creditable ven- II
Writ* fw ......... I the African Inland Mission, will I Florida

280 CtBtral A.... St. Peter ars. FI.. Mrs. Thermal feels that MRS. BURTON THORNAL ---I bring this morning the Baccalaureate at 11:30 ajn.message

.M,, Of interest here is the an- the JayCee membership is to be feted at JoyCee Ball The graduating class includes

nouncement made by Mr.and Mrs. !|, now large enough to afford the opportunity of having a JayCee Wives' Elizabeth Jane Anderson, daughter < e e 1

C. E. Deaton of Windermere, of Club here as several Florida clubs with smaller membership have of Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Ander-
successfully formed similar organizations. 'son of Aldan. Pa.; Frank Book- .
Mt. Dora Mt. Dora
of their daughter
the engagement I staver. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Mary Louise, to the Rev. Gordon 000 Bookstaver of Rutherford. N. J.; 441 Park Ave., N.
Harris Strickland, son of Mr. and MARGARET BOONE DAVIS daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis I' Nan Davis daughter of Mr. and Winter Park

Mrs. E.N. Strickland of Miami. and a senior at the University of Kentucky in LexIngton ,'Mrs. W. E. Davis of"St. Petersburg -

was initiated into Phi Beta Kappa national scholastic honor ; Lois Kay Harris daughter We Close "
The bride-elect is a graduate of ot !"IoollThursday.
I I of Rev and Mrs. Earl G.
ary fraternity at ceremonies held at the university Saturday night. Harris
Ocoee High School in the Class of I Margaret majoring in medical technology, and Is president of the I I missionaries to Cameroun West !

r Sally Dress Shop .43, at that time receiving the. Bacteriological Society at the university. Mr. and Mrs. Davis plan to i Africa Rev. and: Edmond Mrs. L.Holzbach E. Holzbach, son of of OPEN ALL SUMMER '

DAR attended award for Southern good citizenship.She College leave here Friday for Lexington, to attend her graduation exerciseson Ivor Va.; Royanne Kirk, daughter -

where she served as president of June 6. I of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Kirk of
the Torchbearer honor society; 000 Orlando; Edith and Esther Klein-

ENDOFTHESEASONfJeJ vice president of the campus organization FROM THE high school division of Stephens College schmidt daughters of Dr. and
GRADUATING Mrs. R. E. Kleinschmidt, mission-
of WYCA; chairman of ., Tuesday will be Shadie Beardallj daughter of I aries to the Belgian
the Tri-Council and president of ,, Mayor and Mrs. William Beardall of this city. Shadie i attended O:- j Africa; Doris Larsen, daughter of
the Baptist Student Union. She is I 1'
now completing her studies at t lance senior High School through Mr. and Mrs. William Larsen of fSir5c6

Emory University. Atlanta and I her junior year and has taken an j Brooklyn New York; Kenneth
will receive her B. S. degree in ) Mundy, son of Rev. and Mrs. W.
Nursing this Summer. While at active part in all activities at A. Mundy of Kenya Colony, British -I
served |' Stephens this i East Africa; Bernard O'Neill.
Emory Miss Deaton has as year. |I tkZoJ.
son of Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. O'Neillof -
of the Baptist Student
president A concentrated five day pro-
Flushing New York Walter
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and member of the
Union as a
executive council of Emory Chris- I gram of activities to honor mem-I Pister. son of Rev, and Mrs. Wal- I
ter G. Pister. missionaries I
tian Assn. bers of Shadie's class is to the mal
: underway(I U;. f.
FOR THIS The bridegroom-elect Is a F Ivory Coast French West Africa:
graduate of Miami Edison High at Stephens, and includes a water Robert Reisinger. son of Rev. and o ; d

School in the class of '41. He received carnival horse show, the senior ;, Mrs. D. K. Reisinger of Baltimore 4 Cta
FINAL WEEK first award in the State for dinner and annual awards convocation i Md.; Evelyn Schneberger ItfaiftUt.
in his senior 1'ear.I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
public speaking and the awarding of an Schneberger of
Wheaton. 111.; and
He later attended Florida south- honorary A. A. degree the I
upon Douglas Smith, of
son Rev.
and J1L'krltM
ENTIRE STOCK he an active t.
ern College where was R.ry
college president Dr. James Madison -. Mrs. Gordon H. Smith mission- a
member of Kappa Pi honor- .y
ary art fraternity and Alpha Psl l Wood. aries to Saigon French Indo- ,.
n n oMRS. I China.
Omega honorary dramatic frater-
ANNE PARKER has A program of sacred music will +
nity. He was also a member of t re-I
Chi Rho fraternity and served as from two-week visit'' be presented by the Glee Club
l/2 ; Price its president 1945-46. He gradu- I in Birmingham. Ala., and was accompanied 'I' Girls' Sextette, Boys' Quartette &if. wrt...

H ated in 1946 with a B. A. degree home by Mr. and Mrs. r

and study at in present Theology is doing at Emory graduate Uni- I :," ,:-,;, James E. Davis. Maj. and Mrs. RUBBERASPHALT I 35 .

versity while serving as pastor of :: <: : Robert W. Doenges have returned 1 ,
: < from a visit with relatives in Vir- +
Wesley Chapel Church, Decatur. ...-.... i

Ga.Wedding plans will be announced to graduate.Lavin of 615 E. Pin St. entered j a
later. the Orange Memorial Hospital

yesterday to undergo surgery. Mrs. Herbert Marsh is leaving today FLOORING -

i for Fort Worth, Texas where she will attend college graduation. exercises -
Local DistributorsPlan
for; her younger sister. STEWARD-MELLON CO.

n n oMR. %2301 N. Orange Phone 9668 Miami Beach Fort Lauderdale Coral Goblet
Peanut Label

Contest for Youth from their wedding trip and are at home to their friends at their
ranch on Tuscawillow Rd. near Goldenrod. Mrs. Chubb is the for-

Local distributors of Tom's mer Virginia Lucille Long, daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. M. Long of
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Toasted Peanuts are sponsoring a Maiuana, ana she became thebride
contest for Orange County boys
of Mr. Chubb of Mr. LOOK !
and girls of school age, with three son
Closing Saturday, May 31st, for Summer. bicycles offered as grand prizes. and Mrs. L. S. Chubb of Winter

Reopen Late in September.Store Contestants are required to save Park, on May 9 in Sanforn .
labels from Tom's products to be $
mailed to the\company at P. O. n n 1."F
Box 2006. or delivered to the of- SERVICES FOR
Hours 9 A3L-5:30 P.1L Saturday 9 A.M.-7:30 PJW. i CHRISTENING
face 426 W. Gore Ave.
Clark William Coleman Jr.. infant z y See What
Contest opened May 19, and will i
STORE AIR CONDITIONED close June 14. Complete informa-I son of Lt. Col. and Mrs. ClarkW. x

tion on contest rules' Coleman. were held Saturdayat
tained from local dealers. Win-
ners will be announced June 18. the Orlando Army Air Base

r. -- Chapel. Mrs. Coleman's parents WillBuy!
SIMPSON is completely air conditioned Mr. and Mrs. James White who :

are visiting here from England, F,
were present and Maj. and Mrs.P. : I

One Week Only S. Preston were the godpar- COTTON PRINTS
ents. That night the group en-

joyed a dinner party at the Of-
36 inch Percale and Linene small floral
designs. Reg.,
ficers' Club. Lt. Col. and Mrs.A. I '
I L. Logan and son, David of K? 1 I 59c: per yard, in 3 and 5 yard lengths.
Winter Park leaving June 1 yy

END of for New York are City where Col. MRS. LAWRENCE: : :CHUBB" JR. i 3 yards for $1 ,, ,

Logan who has been an assistant bride of
this month.
MONTHs chief of staff. 14th Air Force here,

will be associated with the New York Air National Guard. I PACIFIC RAYON PRINTED SEERSUCKER r
n n n

]1 IRS. C.JACK CAMP was in Tallahassee this week to see the Florida' Printed floral and geometric No ironing required. Just the thing i

A"A State College for Women presentation of the comedy I Remem designs In blue, green cocoa for dresses and housecoats. Rose,

SALE >j her Mama and was thrilled that her daughter. Margaret Ann Marshall : brown and old rose. Reg. 79c blue, yellow, pink backgrounds, .
a yard floral designs. Reg. 69c a yard. 21
did well In the lead
so as the eldest daughter. Katrine. Margaret i

I Ann is a sophmore in speech this year. Also In the play were Betty I 2 yards for $1 2 yards for $1 ,
Shirley as the youngest daughter, Dagmar, and Rita Callanan member -
of the stage crew. Mr. and Mrs. Camp have sold their home on
Lake Sue. and are now residing at 644 Ridgewood Ave.


I If your' witMaf machine seeds repair material makes wonderful children's dresses and play- t"suits. _
fut drop mi a card or phono ROME MOTOROLA AUTO
j-mz. 36 in. wide. Comes In. aqua and blue. Reg. 79c a yard
ON Pick-up and delivery ferric within :Expert record changer service work
a radius of 73 miles of Orlando. 1 rantd Pickup and Dellvu. 2 yards for $1

CALDWELL & HARRIS Economy Auto Supply Store

Phone Mtn ZZ11 EdrewtUr Dr. US .. Oraic Ar.. Phone MI F
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BLOUSES LINGERIE I. r Woven dots In white, pink
5 lF:1+ Solid shades Royal blue, have only tan and green or blue. A very light weightmaterial
left. 39 in. wide. 63c
Kelly Reg. a
5 I green peach copen for
For the June Bride and white. 36 in. wide. Reg. yard. dresses. 36 in. wide.children's
EVENING FF 49c a yard. a yard.
DRESSESTHIS I FF 3 yards for $1 .

5 FI 3 yards for $1 2 yards for $1

Bridal Seb-utln nightgown and the loveliest 0

IS AN EVENT of sheer robes in pastel pink.- blue or F
All clothes taken from our spring 0IF I
white. To see these is to want ones : I SPUN RAYON FAILLEPrinted
and summer collection you will be amazed at the values 5 FF floral .
5 Sheer Lounging Robes in pastel sh&des. o In lovely designs. Choose from copen blue, lime green, .

/ 5 gray or rose. Regular $1.25 a yard.
offered we suggest you come in early. F F

Beachwear and Bathing Suits are a necessary : $1 a yardBUTTERICK ,
5 item In o
any trousseau. Gay colors that

i well catch the en. :
Lay-aways Acceptable
All Sales Fin lIt F

,, I And dcn't forget the graduate! Come In and 0
This sale ends Saturday, May 31st .., 5 e lee our selection of attractive &Uta. F: DRY ANTHILLS

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Mrs. Buff Miss Slade I i Orlando, Florida, May 25, 1941 lr ?t &uubttu &tntmtl-&tar.. Page 21 ScheduleAt } .,t tY I II II son Tenn. Mr. Depesky II

II ministerial student at Madisor_
Entertain Visitors II I
4i College
Mrs Mary Buff and her daughter St. I
Miss Oulda Slade. hare been Mrs. Paul W. Barnhart of
>r( 1 Land accompanied by Mrs 8ar
entertaining with a series of

.J.'I' parties complimenting Dr. John Brown spent Friday in Orlando.]

Thompson of Seattle, Wash. and The schedule this Mrs. Barnhart underwent an

Dr. David Cugell of New Haven, Luke's Is as follows: eration recently at Orange M

Cona,who have been here to con- Z.4' r x am. The Holy [ mortal Hospital and makes fre
fer with the Public Health Dept. cept Thursday at 10 quent visits here for treatment

On Thursday Mrs. Buff and her .: ,, | Monday: 3 p.m. Her husband the Rev Paul Barn-
( I hart. is spending this
weekend IE
with Wary regular
entertained party
daughter I I' I Orlando in the intersU of LaSalle
at their apartment at the Highland meeting at the University.

Lake honoring Brooks Mon- jpjn.I Choir boys'

roe jon his birthday. On Friday pjn. Boy Scouts, ark
Mrs Buff. Miss Slade. Mr. and Ali Tuesday: 3 pjn. SHOW CASESNew

Mrs. Monroe and Dr. Thompsonand I hearsal; Wednesday < ft. Light Wood
Dr. Cugell enjoyed a day at : day meeting: with at $98.00 each
Daytona Beach. I luncheon of St.
Mfg by Hockberf Bret. Swart*'.
I 1 1it at home of Mrs.
Slade-Booth Show Cast Co.
t !:.r. 822 Park Lake Ave. :
s ,
xa 6 Regular monthly ( Ill Reed Alley rhoM 24m

... of the Cathedral

C :J I Thursday: 9:40: betrothed to P. W. Donesky. Concrete Brick or Block
x.J'J sions; 10 ajn. The I FROM
nion: 7:30: pjn.
Foundation to
Choir rehearsal
j Cub Scouts. ; df'entS Tell ALLARD ICE CO., INC.

Saturday:8:30: ajn. Masonry Contractors aM Binders
Ideal for Traveling ple's Service League ; \ Chase's Est. 1919 TeL15n
s dral grounds for
they will have a

young 14-20: people 7 pjn. between to 7:30: Engagement I -WANTED-

the Clergy will be in SPECIALTY SALESMAN
for spiritual counsel !i Announcement Is being made I MUST HAVE CAK
tion. by Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. CALL IN PERSON AT 953
I| Note: Next Sunday of N. Orange Ave. of the ORANGE AVE., WINTER PARK _

.",...,'.,,.'' '-",>"-, n.'h' _" .n.. n' .. T' D.day June 1st The of their daughter ,From 9lo83OAM&430i.530PM
Wing. D. D.. LL.
I' MISS RUTH ELINOR PIERCE his visitation to Grace, to Peter William Florida Appliance fir Supply C*.
will be June bride. !i stained glass I ,son of Mr. and Mrs. W.J. I formerly Home Mulatto I Co.
J'Rose I of British Columbia Can-
Window the I
the South Nave and I "
I Ruth Elinor to Alva Lofton Yates cet Windows at the '! The "'eddingIIill take place MOVING ?
) /I,4. YatesWill Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.A.L.Yates MRS. EARL ANTHONY LEI BY I,1 the Cathedral. 30 in Orlando and complete
of- 1243 W. Colonial Dr. is the former Geneva Frances Morgan, daughter of Mr, I I for the later.ceremony will be Movers Fireproof of storage.fIn furniture'

Marry The wedding will take place the and Mrs. John Frederick Morgan of this city. Her marriage Mead The bride-elect graduated from I ORLANDO
latter part of June at the First Mr the of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. of Jackson.
Presbyterian Church, with Dr. to Leiby, son Leiby Expenenee"s Lake Academy, Forest City, TRANSFER.& STORAGE CO.TEL .
ville took this month in Folkston Ga. The graduated from the nursing
Miss Pierce Marshall C. Dendy. minister of place couple were 'I f ntl
Orchids of Madison Madi-
I the church, presiding. Complete attended by the bride's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. -
Mr. and Mrs. K. Palmer ,Pierce plans for the ceremony will be an- Charles V. Doolittle. Mr. Leiby and his bride are at home at

of 1010 E. Livingston Ave.. this nounced later. i 1515 Brookwood Rd., Jacksonville. Mr. Leiby is superintendent ,In Bloom I
The bride-elect is member of
BLACK city, formerly of Tampa and Atlanta this year's graduating a class at Or- of transportation for the Great Southern Trucking Co.
are today announcing the lando Senior High School where Among the many
in the Mead
of their daughter.
engagement I
she takes part in extra-curricular Edwin Carter of Macon. Ga., who the
and I II I hundreds of
# activities.Mr. Shirley Riddle
I ITo entertained at the former's homeon now in bloom
other Yates graduated from Or- Magnolia Ave. Grover. president. I
I I II lando Senior High School with
: The
Be Married I
the class of 44. and during the orchid house Is
served for three in the
war years
I U. S. Navy. 19 months of which. [ Next i Becky Wilkins, I'otic with tropical many varieties flowers,

A I was in the South Pacific Theater.He Sunday I been gathered from ,
is now associated with his father '
I the world" he
x. **f at the. Pyrofax Gas and Appliance Miss Shirley G. Riddle daugh- Ronny I'I I largest displays said of

Co.Miss I ter of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Riddle an "orchid show' in
I has completed plans for her wed- Party, GuestsBecky I Other interesting

I FeltHonor ding to Bruce L. Cucuel. which I baby orchids! 18
I Wilkins and Ronny Scud still growing in "-
qa : ft4develops will be an event of June 1.'in the a ,, ,'
'I der celebrated their birthdays jelly and
Frances Chapel of Knowles Memorial -
afternoon when which have a
GuestThe Chapel at 4:30: p.m. jointly Saturday
and a hinged joint
i Dean Arthur Enyart will their mothers Mrs. Sam Wilkins
I mind per- of I ,, '
each leaf, which
Service I II
Wesleyan Guild of form the ceremony and Dr. Hamil-! Jr. and Mrs. G. K. Scudder Jr. leaves close I
and body the Winter Park Methodist ton Holt will confer the traditional up
entertained with a party for themat the finger touch.
Church honored Miss Nancy Felt Rollins blessing. '1
ePlaying whose marriage to Dr. Ainslie Miss Mariel Riddle will be her the Open Air School. The gold and blue
the piano Minor will take place June 4, ata sister's only attendant and John Becky celebrated her fourth dise from South
requires a high degree of surprise shower this week at the Twachtman will be best man for birthday and Ronny his second. in bloom. There are
home of Mrs. E. M. Frost on Mr. Cucuel. Ushers are D. D. Riddle Guests present included Sandra like displays of
mental and physical coordi- Pennsylvania Ave. Winter Park. I Jr. and Ted Baldwin. Meadows. Diane Chenault, Nancy adiums and
nation. Sharpened faculties Mrs. Thomas Trovillion and Following the wedding Mr. and Heigle Teddy Reed. Susan Chase. Hemerocallis in full I
jValues Miss Micky Ramey acted as co- Mrs. Riddle are entertaining witha Steve Steck. Jill Bernstein Steve Today !is another
I I improved posture a sense of hostesses for the affair.A programof reception to be held at the homeof Scudder. Susan Schumann. Craig when every lady A BEAUTILOX PERMANENT WAVE
mental alertness and physical entertainment was given to their son and daughter-in-law Harris. Annette Hill Ann and garden will receive
,, well-being these honor the bride-elect and decor- Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Riddle Emily Ferran. Patty and Linda corsage from
ations were carried out in a Jr.. 450 Clarendon Rd. i Waters. Joy Memer, Ricky Fletcher. with bloom. Come in and see the changes Florence .is making .
to $24.50 1 are invaluable factors in Spanish motif. I Beverly and Donna Berry. are admitted free.
All friends of the couple are in- she is not wasting any time since her return having been

the growth of any person. vited. I I Frances Dickie Taylor Brad and Sharron Bob away eight months out of the past year. She is happy to
Merry. Kelly.
Bliss/ Trumbo to Get A round of pre-nuptial festivities -:
O'Neal. Barbara Ragsdale. Robert announce she will be here permanently to serve you.
TTtt tett funo jot (t* bay have been given in Miss Rid- j'
Woodard. Hellwig Billy
Degrees at EmoryFrank announce1ment
die's honor since
u tbt out jon will letnt to pity. the ,
Merry., Consult us on your next permanent wave steam wavesas
Core n tfd, but tt' todty Walker Bliss Jr., son i of her engagement and dur- \
of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bliss. 614 ing the past week Mrs. Earl Q. A Place to Hire I low as $6.00.0 extra charges for shaping and styling.

$6.00 Robinson Lake Dot Cir.. and Robert Benson Tyler entertained with a bridge TERMITE CONTROL Prompt Refrigerator-Efficient-
Trumbo son of Mr. and Mrs. Silas party and surprise shower. On Domestic- i .
Music Co. B. Trumbo. 2005 University Dr.. Thursday Mrs. James Canfieldand 20 TEARS OF DEPENDABILITYCALL. GUS : FLORENCE BEAUTY SHOP
are among the 273 students who Miss Betty Dyer were co- PHONE OR WRITE Refrigeration
Sizes 9 16 223 Maoolia
to 531 N. Ave.
Orange will receive degrees at Emory Uni- hostesses at a crystal shower at I
OTHER WASHABLES TeL 6303 versity's regular Spring com- the former's home. Another event H.L.COX I DONT FUSS'Baeked
mencement exercises. June 7, according -. was the 'party given by Mrs. Don I 71J14 IRMA ST. by ZI Tears j
Size 9 to 52-r-U7 to
$14.97lVEIV'S Iillt ly !allla to word from Atlanta. Dickerson and her daughter, Mrs.
Both Trumbo and Bliss will receive -- -

Bachelor of Arts Degrees.An .

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DRESS SHOP average of 75 people are '..
killed every day of the month of .:
'"Where You're Never Hard to Pi!" July in the United States by falls '" ; .i...q .., /
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17 College Plans o'clock an's Club.at the Winter Park Worn-I i Page 22 rrItl' &unbul1 &tnttnt1-Btat Orlando, Florida, May,25, 1947 Miss, Smith Piano Recital f program Andrew Include Gene Launa Louise and Bandy tel,

Graduation DanceThe Billy Arnold's orchestra will x Sarah Ann Beasley, Doris Christensen -
I play.The dance Is sponsored by the Gives Plans; Set Monday Karen Coleman. Nancy
sixth annual "&duationdance freshman class for the graduating I
Day Anna Jane and Betty Ruth
I for Orlando Junior College I iophomres. Mary Lavlnia Drake is presenting -
I Thtti Is a small admission I Js Honored I'I I of her piano students Eberhart. Faith Frye. Anita Glide-
YW be held May 29 from 9 to 1.charge and the public is Invited. ':" a group i well. Frances Helms. Mary Lee
i ; J Miss Ivah Lee Smith daughterof |1m a recital Monday at 8 pJH. at !Houston. Lydia Ruth Houston. i\.I
Mr. and Mrs. Horance Y.i I Sorosis House. ;
Rhetta and Jimmy Jeffcoat Har
I Smith of St. Cloud formerly of Those who will on the
appear i iI
Different I
,Distinctively N Orlando Is announcing plans for riet Jones Frances Long Laverne
her marriage to E. George White I I and Lamar Meredith Danny
son of Mr. and Mrs. Don W.: Dubose, Charles Bentley Harry|Nable. Ha Kay and Betty Ray
Wedding Stationeryfor Slauson of Orlo Vista and Wash-1, Yeasel William Hettinger. Mar-i I
ington. D. C.. which will take Tin Donahue William Duke. E. C.;Stanton. Joyce Louise Viehmanand
place at the Episcopal Church of, Hobbs. Horace Y. Smith Don W.' Pearl White.
those who prefer the finest t.t St.Luke and St. Peter In St. Cloud Slauson of Orlo Vista, E. B. Taylor ; -!
next Sunday June 1. at 4 pm. and J. H. Row Jr. of Orlando: : Farmers held 262 million bushels

; INVITATIONS ANNOUNCEMENTS CARDS '" S i iI Miss Smith will have as her 1! and the Misses Joan Hettinger and. more com on April 1. lane
Y matron of honor Mrs. Robert Jolly -i Patricia Ann Carey. than a year ago.

Double Envelopes I i 1, and as bridesmaids the Misses
f Joan Hettinger and Patricia Ann 'i'\"f.\ "' X

I .<. Carey. Best man will be Capt. ...L1 --....
:tond II I > John A. White brother of the ;
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1MJ I f M bridegroom-elect. /5V' C
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Following the ,
ceremony a re- .
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Phone 6396 I i ceptlon will be held in the church tl. I .
: 35 E. Pine St. ORLANDO ..
i I -- parish house. Friends of the coupleare .. ,,..1 ,
invited to attend the wedding .
MISS SYLVIA ELAINE MACY MISS CAROLINE MINK I and reception. Dominoes double 6s. double 9s. double 12s: Magic Skin

plans wedding June 15. becomes brideelect.MacyGray This week Miss Smith was com- Dolls: Metal Play Refrigerators and Washing Machines;
...L. 6 -+ ..A, plimented when Mrs. P E. Kirk- Ground
x Play-Skool Educational Toys: Play Equipment

\ T. N. Russ> Jr. I patrick St. Cloud entertained'with a coffee her homein and Wheel Goods.Lay .

OOw /Op t, Op shower. Assisting in entertainingwere away plan for Xmas now in effect on all wheel foods and playground
0 0 Jy Mrs. J. R. Van equipment
c+ o o o Mater who v piW MP.kiyiiaDieiBlvnHBp
o Will Marry\ presided at the coffee table and
Engagement B
the Mmes. H. B. Watkins Jay B. m jr f ng & CLOSED
Johnston and D, R. Murray. '' 214 N. Orange fM&Um ft M ALL DAY
Announced Miss\ Mink\ With the honoree were Included Tel. 6668 MPMHBK4HK WEDNESDAYS
the Mmes. Arthur R. Bradshaw,
Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Macy of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Minkr of I R. G.'Wood. T. J. Gannerilli, E. J. WP/autime Store
Super Suggestions for Pine Castle are announcing the Oakland are today announcingthe Hansel Alicia l Fickey. William i

engagement of their daughter, engagement and approaching I :: ___ -- -- -
Graduation Gifts! Sylvia Elaine to John Warren marriage of their daughter, Caroline -
Gray Jr. of Orlando.
The wedding will take place at to Thomas N. Russ Jr., son ofT I''
Baby Arvin Radio "_ ............-....... $15.95 3 Catholic p.m June Church 15 at here.the St.The James Rev. I of. Winter N. Russ Garden.and Mrs. C. G. Davis, INTRODUCING OUR NEW BEAUTICIAN- .

Just the thing for her boudoir. Turnler will perform the
The bride-elect is a graduate of a
Lakeview High School and Is at
Capitol Portable Phonograph .. $59.95 I
About 95 per cent of the sub- present attending Stetson Univer- WHO JOINSJOY'S
Combined battery and electric. stance In grass comes from sunlight f
Excellent for beach parties water-the rest from ''''.> ,sity.Mr.
air and Russ. who graduated from
home, college. soil nutrients. VhMARTHA .'. Lakeview with honors, spent a Il BEAUTY SALON 1 1l j
"., .> In the Pacific with the Mer-
,v......,_. .1 year .. '
chant Marine. He is now com- At i',:.c.
Decca Portable Windup THEGOWN JEAN GAWTHROP pleting his freshman year at the l Ii I

Phonograph ._.._.........._...._. $27.26 is the daughter of Mr University of Florida. 1811 NORTH ORANGE AVENUE .
Other Wind-ups as low'as $16.95. and Mrs. Donald B. Gawthrop I, The wedding will be an event of
June 27 and complete plans will be i UNDER MANAGEMENT
SHOP of Gawthrop Grove, Sorrento. :
announced later.
E Vanity Electric Portable She was graduated from BreInau I FRANCES BAKER

( Phonograph $36.75 Berfllot Reid, Academy Gainesville Go"I, I I Mrs. Elsie flat f field f FORMER MANAGER DICKSON & IVESI

Park Ave. N. at Canton St. on May 18, and will enter Rosalind ChairmanMrs. I
Tube White Olympic Radio. $28.95 Stetson University in Septem *. Baker and Mrs. Caughell will be delighted to consult with you on your H'aJr
WINTER PARK ber.Hadassah. Elsie Hatfield is chairmanof J Problems and advise the best Hair.Stjle'to suit your personality be you Conservative. I
the hospitality committee for or Dramatic. Mrs Baker has haft Special Training under William of Chicago and she
General Electric Radio and the Rosalind Club bridge tea on i is proud to offer her services to the Fastidious Women of Orlando.

twv Phonograph Combination __.._ $69.95 Will Be Closed Thursday. .
Ends Other committee members Include "AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT"NEW
Other table models in .
popular the Mmes. A. E. R. Jones. rt. HELENE CURTIS DRYERS
w wide price range. For the Season Robert Tyre James Bettes Henry 3
,Year's Work Hall. Laura Carpenter. EugeneDuckworth FOR APPOINTMENTS PHONE 5971

Iw RECORDS Orlando's finest selec Charles Bradshaw, 4
June 1 1st Robert Van Tassel Eugene Reasor l
VIM lion of RCA VICTOR Records and On Tuesday and Miss Margaret Slemons. -.-..._ ___
Albums. -------
SALE STILL ON I Orlando Chapter of Hadassahwill
culminate Its year's work with I

SOUTHqp I Bat With a luncheon on Tuesday at 1 p.m.

at the synagogue comer Church
I Added ReductionsClosed and Eola Sts.Hadassah's.

232 NORTH ORANGE AVE. I successful year was
climaxed recently by a letter received ffda&e
Wednesday Afternoon
from the National Office
"Everything Fine In The Music Line" I But Open All Day which announced that the Orlando .
Saturday. chapter's name would be inscribed -
In the Honor Roll in the
lobby of the Hadassah HospitalIn *
Jerusalem In recognition of the ,
outstanding contribution the local -
group has made to the medical or-

AVOID THE RUSH ganization.Other major projects that the. Many Items on Terms with NO MONEY DOWN !

local women have assisted are the
rescue and rehabilitation of Euro-
pean refugee children the furnish- .
ing of school lunches to the under- !

'Smart Shoppers :e\ playground privileged In supervision Palestine, as and well voca-as i : gal r'- -, -- '- --1. t

tional training for all the childrenof i.- f d rI t
Ride the Bus II that country and the purchasing -
of land by the Jewish National

During off-peak hour* f--... Fund.As a Zionist organization the

70 AM to 4 PM / Orlando chapter has added Its E
voice to that of other Zionist organizations r t I
fr'I for the solution of the .' .. .< t
Palestine problem now before the I ;P( i
United Nations and the furtheringof

affairs.democratic ideals in American .r ., I I

Rabbi Morris A. Skop will open ,,,. ;;.:,' f ..
the meeting with and the r
following officers for the coming _4._-"- ,_....' 1 i h., ; : po. .... ;,J' -
year will be Installed by Mrs. S. -
'Gluckman: Mrs. Gustav Bear Stunningly styled End Tables. Hate you seen these Cocktail These strong Card Tables are Generously styled with roomy
president: Mrs. Albert Morrell Generously sized and Smokers Strong metal construction. just what you need In a variety drawers. Rich glistening fin-
--I e first vice-president: Mrs. Frank beautifully styled $6 eVi 9 ofstyles. ish. A

1 Stein second vice-president; Mrs. Only .......''''''''''''h''h $5.95i1l __:. $3 95 value at ..m" ..... $49.50
; i S. Echelman. recording secretary:
Mrs. Alfred Damus. treasurer:
Mrs. Arthur Pariser corresponding __
.71'%- tt secretary' .. r7fl
; 1 n-\ 'p r I Ia Following Installation the mem-
J bers will be entertained with a
s. it novel Quiz program prepared by
Mrs.Ralph Meitln. program chairman "

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Club "tfetAl( ..

JOY her daughter-in-law. Mrs. George

Plans Supper ... a r::: Mrs. Kittredge Kittredge Jr.
Guests are Invited for 1 o'clocK
lr..ffi- :(.'. !i
Meeting I f t Plans Luncheon I and the affair will be a farewell!
party for the honor guest who.
meeting of Ils n with Mr. Kittredge leaves Dt;
The monthly supper :
Saturday for New Orleans. ,dr
the Men's Club of St. Luke'sCathedral WITH JEAN YOTHERS At Club I Kittredge will enter the Tulane

will be held on Wednesday :Club Editor] n nwJ University Medical School.
evening at 6:30: at the par- I Mrs. George Kittredge will be

ish house. Executive board meeting- of the hostess Tuesday when she entertains -I Mrs. E. I.. Reid leaves Monday

C. Earnest Willard. president Woman' Auxiliary the First for Boston. Mass., to visit her son-
with a luncheon at the Orlando
., Presbyterian Church will be held H., Nv'p in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.
announces a good
program 4 Country Club in honor of I Michael l Burlingham .
has been planned and included i| > .Zt tomorrow at 10:30: ajn. in the C 34J' .

auxiliary parlor of the Bible II'Ii''
will be a moving picture. It is !

hoped that an additional set of School Auditorium. Mrs. Mar- Ii''! The Linen Mart
films may reach here in time from q'
t S shall W. Boor., president of the
the National Cathedral showing'
The Building of a Great Cathe- auxiliary, will preside at the busi- IdI'

dral. This will be the last meetIng 5 yx ness meeting and all ,members o! 4wa I'

for the season until Fall and the board are urged to be presentfor Nr. ; S.tL
all laymen are urged to be pres- <
Important business to be .
ent on this occasion. \ i
Election of officers and commit- c- transacted. v
tees will also take place and 000 v Y : i''' w4 !
therefore it is Important that a Chapter AC of PEO will hold its } i SALE

full representation of laymen be .. last meeting of the season tomor- n
In attendance to participate. The R row at 8 pjn. with Mrs. J. Arthur w

club has had a very successful Stinson on Shady Lane Dr.. I
season with varied programs and The business meeting will be con- '' These are only a few of the many
good speakers. The ladies of the ...--- r -..::a 4 ducted by the president. Mrs. An-
Park Lake Guild are to serve the I MR. AND MRS. D. W. ROUSE nie E. Raehn. The program II: items we have at special price.

supper. -. celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary at their will Include entertainment features "
T home the Cheney Highway. Mr. Rouse was bom in Sumpter ; provided by the chapter .
I on IiI! Hand .
I Itheir. members. print cloths, extra Embroidered baby dresses.
Ga. and his wife is a native of Orlando. Following
000 ''I'j''' fine quality. Size 54x54. $1.98 value. $1.19.
.marriage in 1897 the couple have spent nearly all their Regular meeting of the Lock- Value up to $3.98. Now

married life in Orange County. They have seven children and hart Parent-Teachers Assn will $%.43. .

eleven grandchildren. be held tomorrow at 8 pjn. Broadcloth sunsuits. size

Installation of officers will be I"- ..4-:'. ; Hand made Chinese cross 16. Value $158 for $1.00.
conducted by Mrs. Walter Aker- MISS JULIA MAE HINTON stitch 5 piece seta. Value

Mrs. Grumpier, Young ,PeopleOf ,man esting of program Orlando.has. been. An inter- I .to be wed to Mr.A. Britt of Mobile, Ala. li,I I $4.88 for $3.49. Assortment of silk and

to be followed by a Planned'i I IT cotton dresses size 1-3.
Lace dinner cloths. Size
P. Smith 'St.Lttke's I, All patrons of the school are 70x90. Value $8.95 for Value up to $1.98 for $1.29.
James urged to attend this final meet- !Miss ijiton s Miss Lucius
$4.95. We have lace clothsof
ing of the school o o year o f all sizes. Cotton print dresses. Size
To Wed in Hosts
June TodayThe I Betrothal Told
Regular program meeting of the Plans June 3-6. $1.49.Flowerland .
J Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Scott of i Young People's Service Orlando Pilot Club will be held pillow cases-

Maitland are announcing the engagement League of St. Luke's Cathedral 'tomorrow at the Chamber of Here I extra heavy-size 42x38.SI'.e3d"A .
Today 3piece pique suits consisting -
Wedding _
Commerce Bldg. at 6 pjn. : ? .
and approaching marriage will be hosts this afternoon at 4 ,Dr. Duncan McEwan will address ;' of coat, dress and

of their daughter. Mildred :I o'clock to the Interdenominational I the group on "Socialized MediI Mrs. Era M. Hinton of 150 E. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lucius of i Large assortment of men's hat to match. Assorted

Grumpier to James P. Smith son Young People's organizations cine.", i Robinson is today announcing the ]1507 Weber Ave. are announcing ,, and ladies' handkerchiefs. colors.' Sizes 2. 3. 4. Value

of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Smith of'' of our neighboring churches at j I 000 i i engagement ,of her daughter the engagement and approaching i I 19c up. $855.-Set $4.98.Madeira %

Ocoee. I the parish house on the Cathedral Women's Missionary Society of !> Julia Mae. to Earl Lee Britt. son marriage of their daughter: Evelyn'i>
The bride-elect is a graduate. of the First Baptist Church will hold :
I of Mrs. Cecil Milner of .
grounds. Mobile I j Louise to Claude. Fielding Jr., !
: embroidered
Winter Park High School and for I its regular program meeting tomorrow Extra size crib sheets.
COOPER'S the past two years has been employed All young people are cordially I I at 3 pjn. at the church. Ala. The wedding will be an event I son of Mr. 8Qvl Mrs. C. B. Fielding 1 i pillow cases. Very fine

by Yowell-Drew-Ivey Co. invited to participate In a serviceof Miss Dorothy Rice returned ,, of the late Summer and plans will of Clermont. Quality. Value $2.98. box 42x72. Very fine quality.
Music Store Mr.Smith graduated from Ocoee II song and Christian fellowship :i missionary from Cuba will speak : be made'known at a later date. I j The wedding will take place $2.50.We Value $1.98. Now $1.39.

M W, Claret SR High School and served for two which will be followed by serving on her work there. The bride-elect graduated from : jJune 2. at 8 p.m., at the First I I
Phone /6Sr years In the Navy. At present he of refreshments.The I 000 I Methodist Church with Dr. John I I
is connected with Armour Co. of I YPSL is also planning a Puritan Sisterhood of Dames of Orlando Senior High School with ]Branscomb officiating. All friends'of ''

| Orlando. beach party to be held at Day- Malta, 320 will meet tomorrow at the class of '45. For the past two the couple are invited to at- i I have a large assortment
I The wedding win be an event'' tona on Saturday May 31st for the ; 8 p.m. In their hall. 116 1-2 S. ; years she has attended Alabama 1 tend. I I Chinese Embroidered Table Also complete Baby Layettes
of June. I' youth of Cathedral Parish. Those 'I II The bride-elect is graduateof Cloths-all sizes. including diapers.
I I Orange Ave. Members are reminded -i State College in Montevallo Ala., a I''
planning to go are asked to call Orlando Senior High School
i I. to bring donations of old
where she -is studying to be i
Benton Jr.. that he
a William so ,and has held a secretarial posi-
clothing for the sale
'May 23. 1MT may have names listed in advance I Mrs. A. W. Page is rummage ; a medical laboratory technician. II | ,tion at the Orlando Air Base for i
: also those who can furnish Saturday at 232 W.sponsoring Church St.1 I She,Ms been, a popular soloist t'at the past few years. The LINEN MART
Al Coith transportation requestedto both here and in !
Says: are o o o gatherings Mr. Fielding served for five
advise him at the same time. Mobile andis continuing her ;years In the USAAF. two years
Orlando Chapter 131. Order of 132 North Orange Avenue Jefferson Court Blk.
The motorcade of young people voice lessons. Her plans at presi i
overseas. At present he Is a student -
Apparently ear rainy teaaon U at hand. Thla is the best time of the year will leave the Cathedral groundsat Eastern Star will meet tomorrow j 1 i I
ent are to graduate from the University i at the University of Florida.
toe planting almost anything. It It the natural time for quick growth 8:30: Saturday morning. at 8 pjn. at the Masonic Temple. of Alabama In Mobile. !
and consequently the most eonomleal Urn to fill a vacant spot in your There will be initiation of of-
Mr. Britt isnow taking a premedical -
garden Rearranging your garden at this time will require less wateringand ficers. All stars are welcome.1) course at Alabama State''
win to well established In short time and o o o ,
permit your plants get a Miss Uric
'College and will continue his I
fm their niche in your landscape plctur. Orlando Townsend Club No. Swill i 1! studies this Fall at Springhill College THE -

We win be glad to hay you drop by and see the many plants some of meet Tuesday at 7:30 pjn. at Mobile. He expects to receive ,
welch could add so much to the attractiveness of your home. Or caU us Honor Guest theChamber of Commerce Bldg. his degree in dentistry from Loyola'

at 7847 and we will be glad to come out and make gestions. If you Featured on the program will University. New Orleans. La. .
would like a landscape plan of your" grounds John Cqleman graduate At be special musical treats under the During the war he served as a''II DUVAL JEWELRY CO.

landscape architect-win be glad to make one for you showing the proper PartyMiss direction of 000 M. I. Henry. I(, hospital corpsman in the U. S.
location of an your plants. ', Marine Corps in the Pacific Theater -
Suzannah Uric who will Arnes Whitcontb Bible Class of ,
He is the recipient of the Pur-
become the bride of Henry L.. the Park Lake Presbyterian: pie Heart. Bronze Star medal and HEADQUARTERS vJ ,
Copps Jr., June 7 at 5:30: p.m'-at I I Church will meet In the church"Tuesday Commendation for Bravery. ,
ORLANDO NURSERIES the First Baptist Church of Frost- ( at 7:30 pjn. Business -
meeting will be held .and
$51 N. Orange Ave. I proof was honor guest yesterday I work for the White Cross accom-i Voice Recital

'Phone 7847 when Mrs. A. A. Keen entertained I I pl hed. The Mmes. Herbert j| FOR FINE ? V

with a bridge party at her Flsk. O. O. Osborn and Miss .

LANDSCArmp C ETnINO LAWN SWEEPERS home in Frostproof.The Zelma Levier will be hostesses for Monday Night i
party rooms. where nine the social meeting.
LAWN MOWERS FKKTUJZEKS: r- INSECTICIDESORNAMENTAL tables were arranged for play, 000 I The voice pupils of Mabelle GRADUATION x

PLANTS were decorated with arrangements Florida State Nurses Assn. Boylen will entertain their friends I.. : '
of pastel shades of Spring flowers District 8 will hold its monthly with a program on Monday at 8
/ Look for ear ad each ..day. A.. T. Cotth, whom' so many people \ Mrs. Perry Murray won first meeting at the Chamber of Commerce p.m. at the Orlando Academy of'' .
I\ bow as "AL" will cornmeal .. current phases of plaiting ...dcart I I prize: Mrs. S. L. Fulton, second; Bldg at 8 pjn. Music. : GIFTS
of gatdeas and lawas. /
and Mrs. C. T. Hart the draw 000 I, The program is as follows: s
I Cherokee Council 12 Were Mi Bonn H.Ius''
I prize. No. De- -'---- ----- n.

The Misses Laura Jean Maxcy ',gree of Pocahontas. will meet in Mtrla _tied__. '_Bell. ___ WhltrAT -- Bach-Gounod
and Marjorie Ann Keen assisted regular session .Bnerle.Vowler
Tuesday at 8 pjn. '
., ___ ___
Dawning Cedm.nMar
with the of frozen salad I.U .n u--
a in the Fraternal Bldg. Nomin- ,. Hi.h.ate
IT ACTUALLY COSTS LESS course. The out-of-town guests ations of officers will be held and ,, The Sweetest Flower That Blows Hawley.
included the Mmes. H. L. Copps the of Margaret NlekeUoaTh
report Great Council will
Old Refrain i KreUler I
TO OWN THE BEST! and J. Herndon Hansbrough of be read. Miry-Ann- Ulller--h I IFlori.
Tampa; Glnguard Maxcy Gregg 000 t ..'. Bong .____ -______. _.Ood.rdCharlott
Maxcy J. P. Drane and M. E. t HendrliNtrcliiut : 1 .
; Sewing Guild of Orlando Rebek- ___. __uhn.n Hertn
Stephens of Sebring O. E. Load- Dorothy Brooks
f holts. C. T. Hart. Gerald Mabryof :Wednesday I Song of !Sprint ._ --.._.n_--_ Becker

Fort Meade; John Maxcy. G. |Meyer. 1421 E. Amelia Ave. Serenade __ Jun Summers Schubert'Betty ''
Wilson and Alfred Derig of West 000 Jean Jackson ,I''
ff I Homing Del BJeio
Palm Beach. m----- ---- --------
American Legion Auxiliary Unit Four Leaf Clover Martha nH.Tiller________ Brewnell I
f III Commencement GuestsAt 19 will hold its regular meetingat > Carolyn Ma,. :
the Legion Home Wednesday Last Rose of Bummer _._ Opera "M.rth I .j

DuBose AcademyGuests night. Mrs. Mildred Mead Smith !''A. Oh Dry These Mary Tears Jo Warner-----L-. Del Rieio I' For a very popular gift try ,
'' _._ rinden I
president urges members to be B. Less Than The Duet uu
at the Hampden DuBose present. Helm Harris I these simulated pearls, Single Men's fitted cases. Well made
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( Allah
Zellwood --- --- .
Academy of for the rcn B. I Have Hung My Tent t tI double or triple strand ;; accessories in attractive loathr
commencement weekend include Mlxpah I I In Crlmnon ---.
f 1\ Chapter 190 OES Past cases.
tt serer
ass'A,, the following: Mrs. William Lar-, Matrons Club will meet Wednes- IBertnad _Florence__-______-____-___ I*8pro..1 $14.50
sen of Brooklyn. New York. Glenn Darta up
day with Mrs. Neva Norman '
whose daughter. Doris is a mem- on I''The Two Orenidlere ____n___ Schumann $8.50
Lake Rose Winter Garden Rd. up
Ronald Manley 1.00
ber of the graduating class: Mr. The club entertained recently Danny Boy u'-. _- -_ _- Irish Melody weekly
and Mrs. Richard E. Schneberger 1.00
: ,t of Wheaton. I1L. whose daughter. i l at the Masonic Temple in honor ofi La donna mobile Martin_ __ Opera "Rlsoletto"Don ..l weekly
i I the past patrons and their wives I MeAUUter
Evelyn will graduate: Mrs. E. 'I Dung .. .. MeOffl1 i
and the ?? ---- ----------- ,
; Plink FJellstedt of HL past matrons and their Walter Barnes i '-
'fit 4e/.r. Wheaton. '
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husbands. PutnamiPille
to visit her Twilight & Dawn Bonia -- TM
daughter. Annamarie.
4. ya a Junior In the school; Mr. and I' 000 I Jack Thompson

-, Mrs. H. A. Bookstaver of Rutherford Orlando Assembly, Order of the I II '1t.

New Jersey whose son, I Rainbow for Girls will hold its installation Castle ... .
Frank is among the graduates.Miss of officers Thursday at / 1
N. Allman of Passaic N. 7:30 pjn. at the Masonic Temple. I
J.: Miss Grace DenBleyker Clifton 000 I 'RecreationProgram ,

N. J.; Rev. and Mrs. L. E. Members of the Woman's Aux II III
Holzbach of Ivor. Va.. whose son Wary Spanish War, Veterans
Edmond. will graduate; Mr. and Chas. P, Lovell Camp 18. are in- I Set Powerful portable radio. AC

Mrs. Webb of Richmond. Va.: vited to a covered dish luncheon 1 'i DC or batteries Attractive
Rev. and Mrs. D. K. Reislnger of I Thursday at 11 ajn. at the home The Pine Castle RecreationAssn. i
Ar w Baltimore Md.. parents of Robert of Mrs. Earl Legett president on .. met this past week to elect Beautiful compacts In silver luggage type cabinet.

Reislnger. a member of the graduating -I the Cheney Highway. i officers for the coming year. plate. sterling or gold filled.
class: Miss Evelyn O'Neill of 000 I I They include Harold Case president I $44 50
Prices start at .
Flushing New York sister of Ber- f American Legion Auxiliary Unit I : .Mrs. Sam Goble. vice-presi-I,

nard O'Neill who will graduate 19, will hold its Memorial Day 1 dent: the Rev. Collis Blair, secI I ; : ;: 1.00 weekly
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Davis of St 1+service on Friday at the Greenwood 1 retary-treasurer. Committee chairi !i $3 50 ,

Petersburg to attend the gradua- 1 Cemetery. Services will i i men are Henry Burch program; .
THE DUETTE MODEL PRODUCT Or"Maqnavox tion of their daughter. Nan. ,,be held at the Legion plot at 11 i John Gamer finance: J. W. | Convenient terms
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Kirk of Or- and constitution: ,
Brown. by-laws
j,i am. followed by a ceremony at'
lando whose daughter Royanne. the Lake Eola band stand. honor- Mrs. W. C. Wallace Jr.. publicity j
graduate for will be on the Ing the Navy dead. Those who J!I ,Plans were made for a Summer'
campus the
various commencement '>are able to donate flowers for the recreation program at Pine Castle 1
activities. i' I school which, represents approxi- )
sprays should contact Mrs. Mildred -
R.Jle, J '
Pkeaefit a : Mead Smith president of the I mately 500 children.This program. .

-- unit, ,or Mrs. E. H. Cherry and under the direction of a playground ;; Parker 51"
they will call for them. supervisor begins in July <
the oldest name in radio, is the smallest of o o o and will continue through August. : pen and pencil set

14 quality instruments. It contains a 12-inch 'Friendship' Club No. 19. Past Of- i i All children are welcome to attend ;, In blue black and gray.

speaker 10-tube chassis with [ ficers of the Moose Lodge will[ the playground programs on Mon-
a 12 watts of USE CnRS of''I An assortment of earrings in 0
and automatic record with meet Thursday at 2:30: pm. at the day. Wednesday and Friday Silver $17 5
output .
changing variety of designs. cap
home of Mrs. Eva Ivey on the. each week from 9 to 11 ajn. and a
the Magnavox pianissimo pickup. 500 CENTRAL AVE. Winter Garden Rd. 3toSpm. I .

000, i i ___ __ $2.50 Gold filled
: .. $27.00
Available In whh oak and mahogany. Daughters of Union Veterans i Personals i cap

It must be seen and heard to be oppre- $187.00 'will hold Memorial Day exercises Among the members of Cherokee Convenient terms 1.00 weekly
at the Grand Army Plot at
elated. It is only ,_.._ ....,., .... -. 11 i the Greenwood Cemetery at 9:30 I Council No. 12 returning from
the 23d Great Council session
am. Friday. .. Members are asked I Order of Red-
of the Improved Convenient torms-Prices Include taxI
AVAILABLE ON CONVENIENT TERMS JANE to bring flowers.o o oMizpah men. Degree of Pocahontas. held
t I 1 last week in Jacksonville are the
: l Chapter 190. OES. will 1'' Mmes. Lottie Boyte Eva Ivey
hold a covered dish supper at the! '
I I Dora Gemeinhardt. Carrie Mar-
MAGNAVOX AT THE MUSIC BOXOpen I Smart Clothes i I Masonic Temple at 6:30: p.m. Fri- I tin. Gertrude Decker. Millie I
; day. Members with their families. Spicer. Margaret Ziegler Ger-I
r for :friends, and visiting stars are In- trude Williams Annie Hancock.
six full days week 1 I'
a evenings by
appointment- I
vited. Those attending are! : Ethel King Ruth Bailey Annie I
Plenty of
Parking Spare Children [ requested: to bring a covered dlstt. Everett. Doris Lane. Evelyn Judd'

PHONE 151 W. P. W. Washington St. and Alberta Richards. Mrs. Rich- s
i19 Mrs. John Masek is returning: ards, was elected Great MinDeI J 4
I this weekend from a visit in New' I haha of the Reservation Flor- j' 311 119 S. Orange Ave.Men's ;
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Try Oar BEKLOU Motto Proofing Guaranteed. Alteration ORNOND A. NcABEE )
and Repairs-Water Proofing Expert Spotting and Bills .
Consolidation The Orlando
Quality Finishing. Quick Service on Laundry. ? School "YOUR TRAVEL AGENT"i

39 W. Colonial DrPh. 7357 | 1630 N. Orange-Fh. 5S94 Simplified and divided into five nated and elected by the countyat 1 tamed -on day"r! "LEARN TO DRIVE" Air, Bus and Steamship Tickets,

-- would separate make bills possible legislation consolidationof which I large they but represent.be residents of the districts 1 they would by Appointment Only" I Tours and Cruises all over the World ,;I

offices 4. the office of SuperIntendent I:day Call 2-4879 i
Orange County's public Change -
was being readied here yesterday of Public Instruction '"focal bill iI 30 E. PINE ST. PHONE 5301
VENETIAN BLINDSSpecial for Introduction In the Florida. from an elective to an appointivethat I
Legislature Wednesday. :' the Commissioners be nomi- I' I
Rep. Tyn Cobb Jr.. described the I
For One Week-Stock, Blinds five bills as "tentative" and said! CLUB CABANA
being studied over the P
they were -
Aluminum 36x64 $5.50 Steel '36x64 $3.50M weekend by Sen Walter Rose. Rep. 3 MILES NORTH OF ORLANDO CITY LIMITS IU.S. 441] I JUST RECEIVED
Alex Akerman Jr. and himself together GOOD
odd sizes in both Aluminum and Steel at neatly reduced price with Robert J.Pleus. chair- I
We also have Inlaid Linoleum. Asphalt. Tile Congolenm and man of the County Consolidation .K BILLY'ARNOLD AND HIS ORCHESTRA I
Congo Wall Linoleum. Committee and several other at x' OPEN SATURDAY NITE ONLY-50c COVER
torneys. AVAILABLE FOR Large Shipment of ELECTROMITE Q
AMERICAN RUG AND LINOLEUM CO. 'They county are structure designed to and modernizethe to give I FOR RESERVATION PHONE WINTER PARK 9164 Portable Washers-Price V a

863 North Orange Are. Phone 2-2483 more efficient Government as
36 Trig- bottom Tea Kettles.
well as save considerable money copper Q 7C
for the taxpayers. he said. Price 1 0.1 U
Cobb co-author of the bills

orzo- .ono..orso with each carries Akennan a referendum emphasized clause that Cobb Pleus "GOING DOWN TOWN"OH 10 cu. ft. Victor Deep Freeze. AQA fill

and would have to be approved Price .
by public vote before it becomes office at a $7,500 annual salary
law. the appointment to be made by the YES-I'LL TArE MY CLOTHES ALONG TO- Fcma-allllz Including floormodels
: *
He said the new legislation differs County School Board. 9 95
5. Permit the county tax officerto from up
from that proposed earlier
mainly in form the section relat- assess and collect taxes for municipalities PEACOCK CLEANERS
Ii HERE 5 court at their specific request Hot Point DeLux Ironer.
AMAZING I I NEW I ing to the tax offices the subject to approval of the OOQ 7C
clerks'Commissioners offices and having. the been County voters of the affected town or city 401 S. Orange Ave Price "* *.w
"broken down Into three bills so with a fee of. one-fifth of one per
cent for the service. Water Coolers. bottle and Pressure
that each could be submitted" Individually Cobb explained that the County Where Service and Skill I* a Buslneu-Not Just a MottoOLD 225.00 up
THE: i MAKERS'i i i i As outlined to the.by voters.Cobb the five Budget Commission would type
be affected of the .
not by any
tft93 bills would: Water heaters all sizes. 20 qal. city "7ft
1. Combine the Tax Assessor measures and would be left with QC
and Tax Collectors offices into a its present duties. gag automatic water heaters ___ I v
single office under the direction of He said that If agreement Is ob'Educational' I
an elective tax officer at a $7.500 'I1.r : Lyons Sinks, all sizes porcelain and
maximum salary. 'i stainless steel tops also selection of
: ft
2. Combine the Clerks of the ii
base cabinets excellent quality,
Circuit, County and Criminal ti' ,
Courts and the Supervisor of reasonable prices. -
Registration under the County _\\ '. .. "
Clerk with a $7,500 maximum -. .. ; .' I Excellent selection of Radios and
Ii .. .
salary. Bill Row SeenA _to Radio Combinations, G. 1L.
___ .. .- Westinghouse -
3. Set the County Commissioners' : ..p .
.. . Emerson and Bendix. The
salaries at $25 per month witha .
7l/i cents per mile travel expense bill termed 'Educational" Ideal graduation gift.
the which would give the State Su- ,: ;. :. .,.I. -
jM10- ; permit Commissionersto ':.. ..' .... Ii..
of Public Instruc-
perintendent .
employ a secretary at a salary : .
not to exceed $7.500 per year and tion almost unlimited powers over :. ::. ;_ r I ATTIC & WINDOW FANS, ALL SIZES.
to employe a legal adviser at a $5- every non-tax supported school in ;,..t "- ,.". ,
k 000 annual salary and require ,the State, has been causing con- "
; / i"f Come in and
siderable comment since its intro- : see our list of bargains; -many items at cost
I I duction In the Florida House and f ,, while they last
II I of appears protest.likely to roll up a wave :

N Opponents of the measure say
that under the present wording ORLANDOAPPLIANCE
I the State school superintendent,
SELF-POLISHING if he saw fit, could even go so far FASHIONED::; REVIVAL i:
as to close such schools as those COMPANY Inc.
operated in Florida by the Episcopal The Eyler Evangelist Party Is here in an Old Time Revival II ,

0 WAX Adventist. Catholic churches and as Seventh well as Day all one every welcome.night at Pastor.the 16th E. Perdue.St. Mission. Undenominational. Every:1::1 210 N. Orange Ave. Phone 4537

other private schools. _
The legislation its opponents
say. was aimed no doubt at the
so-called diploma mill which .
recently ----- ---- --
w..wwO Most home accidents are was brought to light in
caused by falls. L n-x, the Tampa but its scope is so broad
Al"rn-sur wax, bean the GOLD STORAGE that all privately .*operated schoolsare

seal of the Underwriters Besides included.assessing!' a license fee WILLIX & WRIGHT TILE CO.

Laboratories, Inc, as an REMODELING as a requisite for a school's operation -
anti- lip floor treatment. the bill gives the State
Department of Education: the
o Just wipe it on-Lin-x is I REPAIRS right to fix all courses and to
easy to apply-quick to say what textbooks are to be ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE OPENING !
+eav .. dry! It beautifies and pro used.
9W It also gives the department the

w tects your floors.linoleum andwood' 4 4n LA BELLE FUR CO. teachers right to set and up to qualifications close schools for if OF THEIR n

15 R Orange Ave. Tel. 2-3565 ments.teachers do not meet the require- \ d

Upstairs The bill Is known as House Bill
I 889 and has been referred to Judiciary
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line ot with these slot machines of the chants who don't want the Parker| r LOWER I1Y a, Tinr asWAtefT w.teAws ./

1 ,ihspilal 1 and Sick Room Supplies street. You will find the bodiesof I ing meters but are actually afraidto J'ACKLORD. : I 7i rl.an..

Crutches 4 your citizens broken and crushed voice an opinion on the matter Iro..e.
Trasses- Support tr1ete4
; pXI
between vehicles and these .robot because they are in business and
Wheel Chairs and Hospital Beds gentlemen standing on the are afraid of being quoted in case':' ( MROALii'\RIAL.wm tNGs eA rw..

Soles and Rentals curb begging for alms who won't I those nickel bandits are installed. = .
[The 'Sunday Sentinel-Star will print letters for and budge an Inch. If It Is the money One man rents a store from one FIRST NATIONAL lANK___
n om M & Cam against parking meter installation by the city up for a vote June 3. you are after collecting why not I of our commissioners [who. I'm .new Ftdon P'wsts 1 c.r-.t.
,The letters should stick to the fads of the controversy. They should simply say so and put men at the .sorry to say, I helped elect] and .
NOIHTAL.rtrrocuKi auoa.rofr .* tell_why the meters will be good for the city and its business' or why city gates and collect a dollar I', he said, "I wouldn't dare be
sumja Me fguvMCMT they' will be detrimental. Those dealing in personalities will not be from everybody who comes In and'I quoted. Free speech-hah! If

/de.-1 .,4t.r ,, ar. printed. Keep the letters short-Edl. believe your parking problemwill you say the right thing. A Luxury?
r m Ke..Orange Orlando Phone 7251 %.(%SOARE soon be over. I remember' when we had meters .,,
before and
our customers,
For Against
I 1 Fruitland Park. particularly our out of town rus-' N4 a Necessity!
Editor The Sunday Sentinel-Star: Editor.The Sunday Sentinel-Star: toners' always were on pins and
When we atop and think of thestruggles needles' afraid to be a minute
'DOUBT It there are some Or- Editor. The Sentinel-Star
YOU IN appears Sunday : \
and hardships our ; late because of the Wl\Y
landoans who are short sighted I fathers went through in foree'' As many times as I have startedto meters.I parking suffer through the long hot summer when fora

ABOUT WHAT YOU NEED IN A HEARINGAID enough to object to Installation of 'this country of ours what it something write a has letter to this column I i Surprisingly low sum you can. have an attic fan
kept too
me busy. can Just imagine that It must
GOOD HEARING IS'OUR BUSINESS.WE parking meters although the planis think we should hang our heads j, installed
? This morning I was so amused be terrible to sit In a dentist's office : in your home.
CAN FIT YOU WITH A SMALL. LIGHT, to place only about 400 of them in shame and slip out the back : that I just made time to write j wait finally get to the den-
door to think that we have become -
POWERFUL INSTRUMENT OF SUPERIOR in the nearly 900 downtown parkIng I I I so weak and soft that the you.,On the bottom of the "For" tist's chair have a cavity half These fans carry a 5 year Guarantee and operate
I column was a small fill-in as follows drilled and have to run like heck i
TONE QUALITY ONE OR TWO PIECE. free spaces.parking This leaves for those about who 500 I enemy is now proposing to contaminate ( : -DDT Is the most satisfactory with a nickel. No thank you. I quietly enough to please the most discriminant.To .
spaces our daily lives and liberty I
believe In using the city streets I by forcing us to pay tributeto j' insecticide for'eliminating" don't want any part of It. complete the perfect installation we have auto-
US leaf hoppers on beans. I hope that all of you that feel ,
I COME AND SEE for parking the modest purposes few without pennies bayIng re-- I called these parking robot meters.pirates-the so- t'I j If it will eliminate scheming I as I do will get out and vote I matic Louvers that open when the fan is in use and
politicians parking meters and against the meters. The rest of
quired for a. meter. one you automatically close when the fan is turned off. Wevyi11
Everytlme I of these i
Audwiall..w..ta.w..rem.w.llu iphone Co. 415 Fla. Bank, Bldg. Ph.. 23516GRANTS ,I I will admit that most of us are the new 10 per cent utility tax I think It over again carefully and :
robots I see visions of the bold i
t I taxpayers and that payment of I then by all means it should have you might also see the light. How be glad to discuss the best installation for your
y pirates standing there with bloodstained ,been under the "Against" column. ever. If they are installed. I do I
--- our taxes should entitle us to I particular need.Orlando.
,p . .'_ J,. ,..J.".""" ';'" .. ,. I use of the city streets but there I cutlass in hand waiting I always look for parking places : solemnly swear to park at Piggly I
: >> : :t. < :<*..:> there for prey to pounce upon. Of near where rm Yesterday *
1': ;:: .w:. shopping. Wiggly or T. K. Johnson's who's
; '* < ;..r' '< : > ., are far more auto driving taxI the two I would much prefer to i
; 2} ::; besides the one I used Ii getting paid for our space anyhow
6.--"JIII'EW..it : I I payers than there are parking meet the pirate for he did have counted four
of vacant places within I (Most merchants who have all day
downtown. Installation Sales
& Service
'tt spaces I to meet in hand '
the courage you the block. When I to
"'" meters will at least give each of came move parking use storage garages any- ,,
v,", to hand combat. my car there was an equal number : way] and to "gum" up the works ,
';: us and a the fair money break taken at getting in the space machines And such talk as yon hear I of places. Not the same ones. I whenever I can. 608 N. Orange Ave. Phone J
i'/ 1 should be used to help ease Will much they will show they a take profit in?? How How I know' there are plenty of mer- MRS. L. S. GORDON. I I 2.0959

our tax burden. will It take for them to
f "", long pay r I
': ; Many time I have ,driven for themselves? I
/ : around the block five and six I have never heard of a gangster SPECIAL OFFERING i
CL oA f times looking for a place to I II whose business didn't take in ,
sa :1 park. In Sanford, where I often enough to pay' for arms and am-
< I visit on business I never have I II munition even without police pro II Refrigeration Equipment
't' I to seek for a parking place. more tection. So these robots with the x .
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;"::'?<"'9: l- ; "i ;.,d' J1 { : than. few moments. full force of the law lurking in ,
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The reason is that Sanford the shadow so ever on the alert I
parking meters. waiting ,for the robot to give the BENBAR (Upright) FREEZERS FOR YOUR HOME
Here store clerks and businessmen signal to close in, should show a
can park their cars and run handsome profit., 14 Cubic FeeU-500-700 Lb. Capacity
Known For Values out every hour or so to change Your sidewalks wtil.cltCttered up
their car from one parking placeto PRICE $395.00 REG. PRICE $502.00
another keeping spaces occu-
The Best of Everything for Your Home at theLowest pied all day long while ,shoppersand majority"" statement of the v
Possible Price. businessmen from other sec- "aralnsts.
Uons of the city runaround in Trouble with our voters Is that EBCO "OASIS" WATER COOLERS
circles looking for a place to atop I they are unwilling to get out and 'I
10 Gallon
i Capacity
for a few minutes while they conduct vote. If they will get off their soft 11'Elilll
sofas and make the long hard
their business.I .
I read in your paper the other, trip a few block away to the polls PRICE $198.50 REG. PRICE $255.00
.yi day that Houston 'reported that we dill have parking meters because -
before they put in meters only I the .truly "vast majority" of A
about 4.000 cars ,were parked In I thinking citizens realize their CAFETERIA TYPE WATER COOLERS
1 the downtown. area every day but value. If they are one answer to a
i .1 FII I serious traffic problem why..then.
when meters were Installed more
A11t than 10.000 cars were parked in I are more than a thousand cities 2 Glass Fillers-20 Gal. Storage -'

,; d II' Mh h brr the same area in a. day. ,using them? Heavy Duty 3/i H.P. Condensing Unit t1G 13 ?
hl MRS. H. Q. A BATES.
'11 That seems to me an answerto
ati t 1 tlt, our problem that allows no Approx. 500 to 600 [6 oz.] Glasses

argument at alL Editor, The Sunday Sentinel-Star: Capacity Per 2 Hour Peak
If we can increase our parking Milwaukee was my home town
faculties in the downtown area for 40 years and I was a. deputy
by 6,000 or 6.000 cars a day. every sheriff and private detective there PRICE $349.50 REG. PRICE $435.00 4 Ye* eft the *tm tt In quality protection,
car driver and business man for a number of years. Mr. I Ii beauty, with than gracefully curved California .
Bathroom Scale WICKER HAMPER should make it their personal I Thompson in this column says i Clearbeert REDWOOD Awnings. Pat-
business. to vote for these meters. I Milwaukee has a population of ented ventilated featore assures maximum
remHed Jeafw attic HUGH B. JONES 600000. Correction the popula- All Prices F.OJJ. Jacksonville Fla. summer comfort. Budget plan H you desires
frfj pearl top tion is 850000. And they have no Let ear designer show you what they can d.
5.45. Editor The !unJr sentlnel-star-I meters there but a policeman I for yew hon. No bligatioa, limply Ul*
6.49 There has' been i standing on every corner In the posits
comment pro and con about park- downtown district and a squad
:'w elOAOy, m ,Doles

+te 250 potmds. Has. ribbedJumbo. IOxl9 x wvtp .tn.lir..Per this measure has been defeated by taxes up there were $156 on i I
i tuba pJatioMi for safety. snits. air cifM cud ti on. prevents mitl '.the voters by "vast majorities"and j a five-room bungalow on a 30 I Ventilated Awnings of Orlando
,foot lot. Here I have home
dew. Top warp discolor. by "tremendous margins. a ona INC.
.The "fors" have pointed out that 50-foot lot and taxes are one- I II E. CHURCH RT<-ROOM 115
( meters will alleviate the traffic third less. Who is paying the policeman -
congestion In downtown Orlando ? City tax payers, it'* 1323 San Marco BlrcL Phone 9-6661 "WE SERVE CENTRAL FLORIDA"
= will produce welcome revenue and either more policemen more squad I .
l will help to maintain streets and cars or more parking meters. Jacksonville. Florida Fhonri >>
build additional parking lots. That will upset the city tax prob- I Orlando 1694 Writer' Garden' lid KM Sanford J01-J
aria I It appears to me the "fora" lems.Citizens
: have overlooked one argument of Orlando, June S
: tt a that ,should help refute the vote for your pocket book I
Lr,4i1 statements of the alnsta. whether yon own or drive an'
att that the parking meter question automobile to save the city
t I has been "overwhelming- from raising your taxes like the
<< I
ell f
I I ly- defeated' In the past city of Milwaukee ha* done. '
J Yo ,, J IQ aI Let's look at the record. In the Mr.,Thompson speaks about the GREEN'S FUEL IS A CLEAN NATURAL GAS -
1945 elections only 925 persons City Fathers. They are doing a
b- '- f voted at all on parking meters.Of wonderful Job with the money
that number. 335 favored.the they have appropriated. The ,
l meters and 590 voted against I whole City Hall employers are
them. Is that a. representativecross underpaid. They are the forgotten It will better matter where live!
MOPS section of the voters? people and they don't belong to serve you no you
FSTEP-ON-PAIL It seems to mo that X55 any organization that calls tit
chit w oil11f'n majority on this question does down strikes or asks for more pay
,tolls than pattern not nearly measure up to the from the tax payers.
'- "tremendous margin" and "vast JOHN P. MURPHY
6 and 89 .. ,

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Central) Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Dew

Page 26 Lead
Land Values !

Celery HarvestPassing FLORIDA CATTLECattlemen Melon Shipping

By DICK COOPER Use of Labor I Soil Officials

[The Sunday Sentinel-Stor Agricultural Editor]

IN DOLLARS and cents, Central Florida's PeakHarvesting Planning Plan MeetingOn Tests T Planned -

SPEAKING role in the State's agricultural wealth is

,illustrated graphically by the presence within the nine Cut in HalfFarm '
Orlando of almost half of Florida's half- of celery at Island Sept. 18 Watermelon loading tests will
counties circling Show SeasonBy ,
Grove and Oklawaha is getting Busy be started from Leesburg be-
billion dollar investment in farm land and buildings. well underway with good crops labor placements in Flori- Annual meeting of the Florida tween June 1 and* 10 with the

The dollar value on these Central Florida farm properties Is placedat reported, the U. S. Crop Report- da during March were half the Association of Soil Conservation co-operation of the U. S. Bureauof
more than $225: million. And while the State average value per ing Service said. AL CODY last District Supervisors will be held Plant Industry, railroads and
[ Own Staff Correspondent] total employed Spring as a ,in Ocala 18, Pres. A H.
on Sept.
the within this nine-county area Is $65. Other Florida Spring KIS5IMMEEOur I growers and shippers.
,farm acre Is $38, average are passing the dates haven't yet been an- result of the short!! crop of vege- Reppard of Orlando reported yes
Polk leads with a $90 million value, with Orange second with $34 The test will be made under
tables, the Farm Labor terday.
their peak with yields averaging nounced but it that Florida will have a 12-month
'mJIDon. Both holding those leading positions in the State as a sizes and appears Program reported yesterday. the direction of Dr. J. R. Winston -
'whole also. Lake is valued at $28 million Volusla at $15 million light due to. small program of livestock events as full or fuller than the 1946- Reppard said the one-day of Orlando, senior horticulturist -

,Brevard at $14 million Marion at $11 minion Seminole at $10 million heavy stripping.Shipments of celery from California 47 program has been. Only 2,288 migratory workers meeting would be devoted to dis- with Fruit and Vegetable -
placed In the State cussions of district and State
were as compared -
Osceola at $6 million and Sumter at $4 minion. are expected to be fairly Like the tourist business, Florida's cattle shows are with 4,539 in March last conservation and water control Handling Transportation.
heavy throughout June, with good usually held in the Fall. Winter year. problems without any special and Storage Investigations.Participating
CITRUS VETERAN asserted that as long as the Legislature quality and heavy yields reported. and Spring, because during those Aberdeen-Angus show and sale speakers. will be the Atlantic -
ONE In April Instead of January, the chances of getting In New York the earliest celery months cattle grow longer hair have been set for Oct. 19 by mem- This reversed the increase dur- Coast Line and SeaboardAir
but In generally better ing January and February but the Clarence Camp II, of Ocala
just three months grown under sash Is uneven and stay con- Line railroads.
backed by always are bers of the sponsoring Angus !
remedial' legislation is making rapid growth. Harvestis dition than they do during the Assn. The event will be held in total for the three month period vice-president of the association The program is designed to test
off.c expected to begin about the Summer months.At Ocala. still was almost 100 per cent over I will be host to the supervisors at methods of loading watermelonsfor
middle of June. least two large range cat- No dates have been set for the the 1946 season. a noon barbecue.IApiarists. shipment to markets in freight
:jTT IS AS though the beginning of the passing of an era of Koridai The cucumber crop In LouIsi- tle shows will be held next sea- Fourth Annual Southeastern The Extension Service listed 23.- service to reduce present losses

r agriculture was marked symbolically by the forthcoming: retirement ana Is reported to be later with son, six purebred shows are Brahman show and sale, which is 073 persons placed during the first suffered in transit.Experimental .
:of A. P. Spencer as director of the State Agricultural Extension rain needed badly. Harvest Is scheduled by various breeder usually held in January, but many quarter this year as compared with Form tests on 50 pair-
_8e.c. e S penc er has eon_ just starting In Georgia and groups, two all breed shows are members favor having that show only 12,266 last season. ed cars, one a test car and the
;:tributes the rich experience gained Alabama with movement from planned, and five or more fat and the Brahman Steer show Foreign workers employed: In other a check car are to be made
: in his 37 years of service into South Carolina stated the last stock shows are in the making, which was held this year on May Florida agriculture as of May I also from Live Oak. Cordelle Ga..
xy and one or more horse shows 7 and 8. at about the same timeas : S. C. and Hartsyille. S. C.
the spectacular expansion of Flor- week of May. 2 totaled 3,839 persons. Of these New Association Fairfax
be held.
will Dates have been
also show- the Southeastern Fat Stock methods
Louisiana peppers are Bahamians Four loading
will 1360 were 1,530
;lda farming. His j
announced for of the
ing irregular growth with first many show which will be held this year, Jamaicans and 499 I using various arrangements of
1m- A were were
make lasting
continue to a events.
; 10. in Ocala of course, on March 2-5.
shipments slated around June Barbadlans. padding and fibreboard tubing,
Packard of Oviedo has
:pression upon Florida's agricultural In North Carolina the pepper Only Summer event planned is about a week later than usual. been Philip i will be tested. Complete records
I named of the Cen-
destiny directly and Indi- S crop is two weeks late with trans- the First Annual South Florida Hereford breeders who are There were 10 million personsat president 'will be kept of both test and
rectly since 1916, as assistant dl- planting Just being completed. Brahman show and sale, which is members of the Florida Hereford work on farms in the United tral Florida Beekeepers Assn., I check cars from the time of load-
rector In active charge and since k to be held in Arcadia on Aug. Assn. have set dates for the sec- States the first of May. about the newly formed organization of api- Ing until they are unloaded at
M943 as director through his appointments 14-15 with assistance from the ond annual show and sale on Feb. same as last year. A late season arists in the Orlando area. Northern destinations.
I Fruit Exports Southeastern Brahman Breeders' 19-20. Place of the show has not and unfavorable weather were I Other officers named Include I
; of practically everyone
W. K. Wilder of Pine Castle
Assn. and under sponsorship of a yet been decided. The newly organized held responsible for keeping farm
of the 60 county agents 40 and J. H. Miner of New Clubs StartedBRADENTONNew
group of breeders from Sarasota. Florida Shorthorn Assn.is employement at the 1946 level. as
home demonstration agents 29 Show Gain Charlotte DeSota Hardee Highlands also planning to hold a show I Winter Garden as treasurer. 4-H clvA
assistants, 22 Negro agents and ; Okeechobee and Palm and sale during the Spring, and More than 25 beekeepers have for boys were recently organiz
SO members of the State staff of Beach counties. the Angus grpup plans another Gainesville ',Joined the association, which will here and in the Duette community -
the Extension Service. Still Meager Starting off the Fall show sea- show and sale for Springtime. I meet the second Monday night under the direction of Asst.
son will be the Sumter County February will again be the I of each month in the Orange County Agent Joe N. Busby. HenryA.
SUCCESSOR. H. O. Clay- : [Special! to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] Breeders' show, in which purebred time for Florida's largest and Melons Due 'County Court House. Prince Jr.. is president of the
HIS LAKELAND-Exports of oranges cattle from all parts of Florida longest cattle show-the two- t The Central Florida group plans local community club while Billy
former State director for from Florida ports this sea- will be entered as well as grade week all breed show held at the :i to affiliate itself with the State I( Thornton is president of theI
the Production and Marketing Ad- son are 250 per cent ahead of last cattle from Sumter commercial Florida State Fair in Tampa. First of June association. I Duette club.
: ministration brings with him an year, but still total only 155.000 herds. Dates have been set for Coinciding with the Tampa I ----
emphasis upon today's problems boxes out of a 47 million box crop Sept. 18-20, according to T. Noble dates will be the Third Annual Watermelon shipments from the 1
of water control and- conservation. utilized so far reports of the Brown, show chairman of Web- Quincy Fat Cattle show, which Gainesville district are expected to '
Connected--with the Extension Growers Administrative Committee ster. will be held on Feb. 10-11 about a be about two weeks behind the

Service since 1917, and with the A. P. SPENCER showed. In early October, if the schedules month earlier than usual. Leesburg area with earliest movement -
Agricultural Adjustment Adminisretirement marks era. These figures did not include of previous years are adhered No dates have yet been set for the first week in June, the
: Intended for after interState to. cattle shows will the Gulf Coast Fat Stock show
fruit export range be held
has been Instrumental securing for Florida :U. S. Bureau of Agricultural Eco- I-
tration In 1933, Clayton
shipment, but that is not in both Kissimmee and Arcadia. in Pensacola. nor for the Mari- nomics .
many developments that have advanced conservation and improve- relieved to make a substantial dif Definite announcement has already anna FFA Fat Stock show both of
,ment of soil resources. ference. been made that Arcadia, which were held in April this year. the Live Oak and West
Utilization of the orange crop which did not hold a show In Announcement has been made Florida sections fair to good
J.L GANGSTER, whose Amaryll's bulb acreage here in Orlando this season is approximatelythree 1946 will be represented on the that Wauchula will hold a fat progress Is being made but no .
B.is the largest in the State, likes to help young folks get ahead. million boxes ahead of last livestock circuit this year, with stock show sometime during the appreciable shipments are expected : DEMING
year, principally through commercial Robert Morgan chairman of the Winter probably in December or from this area before
' "The thing my wife and I are proudest of In the 17 years we have
: cannery consumptionand Planning Committee. January, while there is some talk: June 20." said Statistician J. B. j
been growing bulbs here is that we have furnished the boys and girls fresh fruit shipments. Quarter Horse enthusiasts- of fat stock shows being held in Owens.
;ta the neighborhood a chance to keep busy and earn a little moneyIn Estimates based on U. S. De- members of the Florida Quarter Tampa and Orlando In 1947. WATER
part time work Sangster asserted. He recalls one youngsterwho partment of Agriculture figures Horse Assiu, probably will hold Also in the planning stage is a Georgia watermelons are mak- ,
came to him when about knee-high, who wanted to earn enough show approximately six million their third annual sale In late horse show and sale under spon- ling slow to fair growth with first
money to buy: his mother a washing machine so she wouldn't have to oranges remaining on the current October or early November. sorship of the Florida Palomino !I harvest scheduled June 25. With 'U" SYSTEM
,wear herself out on old-fashioned tubs and scrub boards. ." Today, crop.Grapefruit Along about the same time the Exhibitors' Assn., which is headed favorable seasons South Carolina
that mother has every modem convenience that young fellow can utilization is four Florida Guernsey Cattle Club by Claude Harden of Lakeland. should begin shipping by July 1.
million boxes under last season, and Its Jersey counterpart usu- Whether or not all these shows Moisture and temperature have
and although he's still in high school that boy will make a
buy her with almost 41-2 million remain- ally held their annual sales In materialize, cattle people can be been favorable in Texas. Produc- IN STOCK
,mark In this world ing for movement. Largo and Ocala respectively. sure of one thing-there'll be tion from May harvest is doubt-
Dates for the Second Florida more than there were this year. ful, but most early districts expect .
I rnmS SOUNDS ALMOST like something one small boy might call considerable volume early; in
.* another but Florida cattlemen are advised that "Long-legged, Four Ranchers June.

. shallow-bodied slab-sided, jag-headed sway-backed, cat-hammed. Veteran Scientist Full Automatic ,Will Furnish
i, mli-marked bulls should go to the butcher, for It will cost you more Planning Work .
l[ than $180 a year to keep them. .Noting that more than 10,000 CYPRESS TANKS
: bolls will be in service on Florida ranges this season, Walter J. 250 Gallons Per Hour
f' Sheely State Extension Animal Husbandman declared that "If all On PasturesOrange Writing Citrus Book and TOWERSAll

of these animals were well-bred good breeding sires the pounds of Prices
.I beef produced would be Increased creatbHe added that County cattlemen are $g0 00
planning 'The Evergreen Orchards, a textbook for advanced sizes on hand.
extensive pasture im .
"Careful selection: of bulls-keeping records of their calf: weights From Up
provementa using 99" Bermuda students in horticulture, is being written in Orlando by Dr.
Will pay dividends In pounds of beef. .
and Pangola grass obtained from W. H. Chandler of the University of California at Los
the University of Florida Experi-
'lITrrH CITRUS GROWERS and shippers watching price returns so ment Station. Angeles.Dr. .

carefully 4t is easy' to believe that the golden apples of Greek Included are T. G. Lee, C. S. Chandler: __said his book. the second draft of whichhe Everything ALL SIZES OF PUMPS

mythology really were oranges. Oranges were a symbol of happi- Radebaugh, George Terry and is completing, will be a com-'? L needed for

ness to the early Chinese. To the French they talked of love. Ben Shader. W. B. Hutcheson. panion text to one published sev- Florida several months ago and I water AND IRRIGATION PIPE
The Egyptians and Japanese also knew citrus fruits long before'the Orange Work Unit 'Technician eral years ago on The Deciduous then continued around the Caribbean supply

World began counting years A. D. So when folks begin to wonder of the U. S. Soil Conservation Orchards. Inspecting horticulturalwork and irrigation.
Service, aalcLHutcheson
what we're going to do with those additional millions of boxes ofe1tru.s "Mybook is not intended for in Trinidad Puerto Rico and
explained that the and is for use in '
fruits Florida Is going to produce in the next decade, it might growers more Jamaica.
not be. such a bad Idea to look back into history and see what would grass establish obtained would be used. to States which are notsubtrop- "The British are doing all they' GALLONS PER MINUTE
permanent pastures.Gnus ical, rather than California Texasor
Confucius can for the native peoples in their' Pumps
say. may be obtained from the Florida," Dr. Chandler explained. possessions of Trinidad and Jamaica -
Jnlverity of- Florida -e-
Experiment &
trying to help them estab-
Florida Station at Gainesville every Tues "By learning something about
Receipts lish sustaining agricultural economies -
i day. Labor and equipment must each crop, horticulturists in oth- i 'and practices" he said. WellsAny Farmco Irrigation Means
SKILL + EXPERIENCEMakes On Crops Rank be furnished by those. obtainingthe er areas are better able to understand "My book will treat the subject -

an the difference in the world grass, he added. the particular tree with of what kind of thing the SizeLIBBY More Water at Less Cost
J In construction. Eighth in NationFlorida which they are workln .. I citrus tree is, for example, and
: Dairy Herd Testing The veteran scientist expressed how it responds to any given en-
"Morris Builders Has Both"On ranks_ eighth In the appreciation of co-operation by vlromental influence or treatment."It FARM & HOME MACHINERY CO.
i contract means CIne reiponsl United States in 1946 cash receipts Program County Agent Fred Baetzman and Is primarily about citrus
butty and savings to you. from crops only, the US. Bureauof Plans for a dairy herd testing Central Florida citrus men'in obtaining but also includes other sub- & FREEMAN .
t Agricultural Economics reported program in Orange County to information on conditionsof tropical fruits of commercial im- 430 W. ROBINSON ST.
: Consult Your Local Architect yesterday. set up milk production records sub-tropical fruits in this area. portance such as olives, mangoes 711 W. Church St. TeL 9869
i 1 We will appreciate an opportunity- However, in cash receipts from were mapped here recently by "The agricultural Industry can liche nuts dates coco- .
i to bid oa your project. livestock only, Florida rated only Extension Dairyman C. W. be thankful for the able men nuts and bananas."
40th in the nation. Reeves and County Agent Fred who are working at the U. S.
i MORRIS BUILDERS INC California was first in the U.s. Baetzman who conferred with Bureau of Plant Industry under, Dr. Chandler said his book as
in crop receipts, with Texas sec- several dairymen.Also Dr. F. E. Gardner and Dr. J. R. planned would include a section
m Edftwater Drive 1'''. 4S51 devoted to the "tree and its fruit," AVAILABLEA
1 ond. Iowa was No. 1 In livestock meeting with the agricultural Winston Chandler add e
receipts. officials was George Stxma "They are among the best In the and others on environment, pro-
h of Lake Helen president of the business. pagation and training of trees.It !
Florida Jersey Cattle Club. Dr. Chandler visited Central then will be divided into sec- limited supply of Miller Trailers. These units are surplus dock at

tions on dicotyledonous fruits special prices unheard of. Savings .of $500.00 upon the following units:

,such donous as such citrus as, and dates mono and cotyle-coco- 24, 26, and 28 foot Platform Trailers-25,000 Ibs. load carrying capacity. '

nuts. Each fruit will be treated as Heavy duty chassis. 20,000 lb. axle-16% "x7" Brakes. t/

: far as-Is known in each of the Also limited supply of Vans and Semi Reefer Trailers-ideal for produce

I. main am subjects."I also. particularly inter- hauling. Here is an opportunity for you to save on your future contem-

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commercially such as the avocado Manufactured in Florida. These Trailers embody many new features that

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: Bulk of County Central Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Dew

Orlando, Florida, May 25, 1947 gfc &uttcau' ; ;rntlnrl- ;''br Page 27 r

r Almost 72 per cent of Orange County's land area is de- Coming EventsMay

oted to agricultural production, with 421,376 acres either

j bearing truck crops, citrus or as ranchland, County Agent I Price Outlook Nomination Set 28-29-Annual Meeting Florida Seedsmen's Assru Sanford.

Fred Baetzman asserted yesterday. I Meetings June 10-Annual Meeting, Growers & Shippers League, Orlando.

Citing census figures from the U. S. Department of I June 16-18-Annual Convention. Florida Vegetable Committee

Agriculture: Baetzman said farm : Orlando.

values almost In$35 Orange million County totalled i l Good on CropsPrices For Control ,CommitteesNominations I June June 18 19-Chicken-Florida Watermelon of Tomorrow Festival.Contest Leesburg.Jacksonville.

Almost $1 million In Undock !
was reported on ranches and growers receive in June for members of Welrsdale, where growers will Hernando and Pasco. July 9-11-Florida Dairy Industry Assn., Convention. Miami Beach.,
farms in the county. for most truck crops sold for the the Growers Administrative Com- meet at the high school auditorium Weirsdale. high school auditorium July 19-Brahman Cattle Sale Arcadia.
Farm population totaled 5,690. fresh market are expected to be mittee and the Shippers Advisory and Winter Haven at the District 3, Alachua Putnam.
Aug. 25-29
residing on 1.919 farms. Baetz- > a s considerably higher than in they I Committee under the Federal City Hall. St. Johns, Flagler, Marion. Levy -Citrus Growers Institute Camp McQuarrie.
man added. gar'I same months of 1946. the Bureauof I Marketing Agreement will be With the exception of the dis- Seminole Duval. Nassau. Baker. Sept. 1-6-Annual Poultry Institute Camp McQuarrie.

The bulk of farmland in Orange I Agricultural Economics said in | made at meetings scheduled Tuesday trict in Polk County meeting at Union Bradford Columbia, Clay Sept. 18-20-Sumter County Breeders Show and Rodeo, Webster.
County is used for pasture land. /M A 1 M a study of the demand and price ;i and Wednesday in Lakelandand Winter Haven, growers will nomi- Gilchrist. Dixie Lafayette Su-
with 344,348 acres in that classifi situation.All seven Gulf Coast and Central nate four members. Polk County wannee Hamilton Madison, Taylor Oct. 19-Second Florid Aberdeen-Angus Show and Sale Ocala

cation. Total cropland wu 59.348 Florida cities. growers will nominate eight. Jefferson Bay, Washington, Oct. 28-30-Annual Meeting Florida State Horticultural Society,
acres. Woodlands occupied 77- /0y.i forecasts of Spring production I Minard F. Miller, acting for Present! members of the GAC Holmes. Walton. Gadsden lib- St. Petersburg.
915 acres. k in the United States. Secretary of Agriculture Clinton In addition to Story are J. C. erty, Leon. Wakulla, Franklin,
More than half of farm operators with the exception of snap I P. Anderson, said at least 32 grow- Deavor of Umatilla, A. V. Saur- Gulf Calhoun Okaloosa Jackson, .
In the county also are J beans, are smaller than last 'I ers and 24 shipers will be nomi- man of Clearwater F. W. Caw- Santa Rosa. Escambia and County

owners with 225.112 acres ownedby year. nated for the control committeeswho thorn of Weindale, James A. Commissioners' districts, 1, 2 and

the operator. The average For cucumbers, eggplant, on- handle the grade and size Martell of Vero Beach C. II. 3 of Volusia. I ATTENTION GROVE OWNERSJUST

size of the farm is 219 acres. ions, green peas, green peppers regulatory program under the Walker of Avon Park. L. II. Vero Beach, county arent'a of-
and marketing'agreement.. Kramer of Lake Wales and FredT. fice. District 5, I
The average value of Orange .w tomatoes. Spring productionis Brevard. Indian
County farms was 18212., with I expected to be from 29 to 49 From these nominations. Sec. Henderson Winter Haven. River. St. Lucie Martin. Palm RECEIVED
pQ Anderson will select Members of include in ad-
the average price per acre of $82.- per cent smaller than in 1946. eight mem- SAC Beach. Broward, Dade and the
bers and eight alternates for each dition to Meiten and Phillips.
Compared with the 1936-45 average remainder of Volusia. Carload Ft. John Deere Off-Set Grove Harrows
94.Farmers had than $1 1-3 however, production this committee. Members begin their Parks Williams of Leesburg J. R. Sebring County Commissioners'room. i
more I one-year terms Aug. 1. Byrum of Titusville. W. C. Peder- 5 John Deere Tree Dusters with Platform Trailers
in imple- will be for most truck District 6,
million invested farm year larger Sarasota Hard -
Orange County sen of Waverly, J. M. Morrow
ments with 2.009 dwellings con I and will be considerably e e. Highlands
crops Okeechobee
Story of Winter Garden is GAC Auburndale. W. A. Stanford of
tells of values.the Glades.
smaller than only for DeSoto Charlotte
structed. average Lee
member, and Ralph Meiten of Winter Haven and Fred Johnstonof Hendry. Collier ORLANDO FARM EQUIPMENT STORE
beets green peas, shallots and and Monroe.
Zellwood and Howard Phillips of Tampa.
Haven HalL
City District
spinach. Orlando are on the SAC. Members who have served as 7. Polk. 701 West Robinson Ave.
Acreage for Summer harvest Shippers will meet in the Flor- long as three years consecutively Tampa
Ad Series Telling this year compared with 1916, ida Citrus Commission Assemblyroom on either committee are not District I,county agent's office Orlando Florida
is expected to be moderately in Lakeland at 2 pm. Tues- eligible for reappointment this and Manatee. Pinellas
smaller for cabbage and water- day to make nominations.
melons, and much smaller for Grower nomination meetings year.Counties included in the districts .

omance of Citrus onions. will be held at 2 pin. Wednesday .' are:
Production of truck crops nationally In Orlando, Tavares, Winter Orlando county agent's of --

for fresh market during I Haven. Vero Beach Sebring flee District 4. Orange and Vo- ARt TOtf S-'CK| [Of LOOKING AT TtRE 1 WALLS ?
Citing such historical oddities as why 'The Ancient this past Winter was 12 per cent Weirsdale and Tampa. lusla.

Greeks Called Them Golden< Apples,' 'The Romance of smaller than during the same pe- I AU meetings are held at courthouses I Tavares. county agent's office:
? riod a year earlier, and produc- with the exception of District 2, Lake Sumter Citrus
Citrus Fruit, a series of informative advertisements delving tion during the early Spring was 11 I I

back four thousand years is being published in trade 16 per cent smaller than a year have sold now about as far as ii
by the Dr. P. PhillipsCo. I I IP
journals ago.This Pastures Hurt they can and I would advise those
Ths series is directed at the* reduced production resulted .
from smaller acreages who have not to do so while r I
buyers, wholesalers and
primary goal of the leries.-
who take citrus to the consumers planted and from unfavorable the high prices are maintained"
Burris added.At .
but not at the consumers themselves weather in some areas which delayed Platt urged. ( tu
the same time the unique
planting, slowed development Weather
at present explained B. By Dry The is
relations direc- advertisements reveal interesting and caused serious loss of grass not dying yet he
D. BurriJ. public
oddities about the industry's his-
crops ready for harvest. concluded but is of little value
independent cit
tor with the big
l\1Jftnn. tory.First Strong demand for fresh vege- By TUCKER IRWIN now for pasturage, because it
advertisement appeared in tables, competing for the reduced [ On Staff Correspondent] hasn't
"Increased Interest in citrus the May issue of the Wholesale supply has forced prices above Our put new growth for z

and citrus juices u a ,whole is Grocer News and Super Market 1946 levels for many crops.Discussion DELAND-Lack of rainfall In some time.
Merchandising. any appreciable amount here for
with the "Golden the past four weeks has resultedin
Starting Apples" -
Umbrellas of Greek mythology the Set an almost critical situation in WeakWatery Blood
Garden series already has attracted cattle pastures W. J. Platt Vo- I|I

wide Interest the trade. lusia Count agent, said as he 4
I ft. dla. 12 rib with fringe "Mythical Atalanta among was a beau- On Farm LaborCenters' described thethirsty.: burnt con- Blamed for Making
dition of grazing lands throughoutthe
$32.30 tiful maiden who played 'hard to

Metal Tables $17.50 let' ,but finally agreed to marry Plan county. I. Men and Women
the suitor who 'ould outrun her Platt described the few show-
losers to be killed." ,related ers during the past week as "onlya AVMUNOw AT 1-3 TO 1-2 LESS THE COST OFORDINARY
Special price on Venetian blinds the initial advertisement. Liquidation of emergency farm for whatwe ti-
drop In the bucket Look and Feel Older
labor centers in Florida
and wood slat porch shades. supply
The youth. Mllanion. was no II actually need throughout THE
I other States will be discussed at
nimble "
ten-second man but he wu the county.
a meeting in Washington June 13 I THAN THEIR YEARS
Florida Awning Co. witted. He dropped three 'golden
of the National Farm Labor Conference -i "I know of one dairyman, for .
apples' on the path of the fleeing Vow Jo you fact at th end of a, dart
Phone 8828 lovely. When she stopped to pick Chm. LaMonte Oraw of example who before the dry la that old time pep and drive lacking? Take the drudgery out of long kitchen Excellent for bathrooms shower stalls*
432 8. Haghey St. Orlando reported yesterday. weather could feed a cow to the Hare you checked-up on your blood hours. Tile revives tired walls
them up. Mllanlon caught his strength lately?Thousand now regaln- gives rumpus rooms. nurseries, laundries sun-
Present laws require that the acre on his 500-acre pasturage, I I. Inc glowing good look and them
bride and saved his neck. vitality new sparkle new beauty. rooms.
"Today Golden Apples [oranges camps be liquidated within 30 now is only able to utilize less through the release of vibrant energy
days after the expiration of the than a hundred acres for his' every muscle fibre cell.
to you and me]. are still an These come in Individual tiles to Install
wartime farm labor Every day-every hour mDllona of square Easy over present walls or
Irresistible treat. Especially prized until program Dec. herds. coupled with tiny red-blood-eelli must pour forth -not to be confused with flat sheet or over sheetrock. Cannot rust chip or
by modems in the grove-fresh by Congress recently The dry weather I' from the marrow of your bones to re-
Juice from oranges grown in Flor- 30. a I high beef prices, has resulted in a blood those that are worn-out. A low board substitutes. Many smart,modern peel. Fire resistant. Waterproof. Vermin
count affect In several
; may ; you
J ida sunshine and canned at the Graw who Is manager of the .I, flurry of selling within the county ways:no appetite,underweight no energy colors-Ivory. Yellow, Dubonnet. Green. proof. Permanent.
moment of ripe perfection by Dr., Florida Vegetable Committee, said a general run-down condition, lack: Blue Peach. Black and White.
Phillips." there were seven camps of a per "Most all of the large catUemenINDUSTRIAL of To resistance ret; real to relief Infection you must and disease.keep up On hand NOW. No delays. Ask us

No. 2 In the series disclosed manent type in Florida being located your blood strength.Medical authorities We will gladly give you an estimate about this durable, metal Tile in natural
in Dade. Palm Beach and by analysts of the blood have by positive -
that 4.000 years aro'when a Broward Counties..It proof shown that SSS Tonlo toamazingly on any desired amount of work. gleaming color. Drop In or call TODAY.
-/JIll wandering tribe of shepherds
effective In building up low
called the Jews were,dwelling Is expected that these camps blood strength in non-organic nutritional -
Egypt the Chinese Emperor Ta I will be required to house the annual anemia. This U due to the SSS 4 Our Craftsman can.begin installationat
ENGINEREPAIR Tonto formula which contains special
Yu was enjoying oranges. influx of farm workers Into and potent activating Ingredients. FHA APPROVED-36 MONTHS TO PAY
Other advertisements planned Winter production' areas. Also. SSS Tonic helps you enjoy the once
by Burris tell how the Crusaders Meeting with the conference food you est; Increasing the gastric
will be Secretary of Agriculture I SERVICE digestive Juice when it; is non-organl
B. E. Wolf
spread the use of oranges, why tally too little or IIC&DtJ-thua the stomach AUTHORIZED DEALERWYCKOFF'S
rpo 4 out of 5 who ask' forLa the British sailors were called Anderson. will have little cause to get balky
Trained Mechanic I with gas bloat and give off that; sour
loan at 'Personal, my "Llmies" because they first discovered I Factory

answer is ""Yes. That's why that citrus juice would Hog Interest Grows Oeaul" Continental Part .food Don't taste.wait! Energize your body with TUXEDO FEED
folks call me the "Yes Man. prevent scurvy, and how the fabulous I MILTON-Santa Rosa County rich red-blood.Start on SSS Tonto now.
Small monthly payments.Up eater Diamond Jim Brady I As vigorous blood surges throughoutyour
farmers 1ncreasInterest'in
are showing
rt AND
whole body, greater freshness and HARDWARE/
to 15 mos. to repay on most always downed two quarts of orange registered hogs of,me- strength should make you eat better,
aut o. Complete privacy. juice at a meal. dium type, project work by 4-H sleep better, feel better. work better
You can get,$25 to $300,on play better,have a healthy color glow in
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having proved an Important } KUHL
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based on the development of factor In stimulating the interest,I Millionsof bottles sold Oet a
loans.write. flash pasteurization in making according to County Agent Em- bottle from your drug store SSS Tonlhelps I
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or come see citrus tast the obtaining I Build Sturdy Health
juices good mett McCall. -- a
at the address be
me given
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low. If you phone first, you
dried citrus pulp and derivation of
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up the cash in one visit. IF YOU NEED ONE: CABINETOR
Evenings by Appointment Plants
'j> campaign of dusting and spraying
IKANCECQ with fermate held down losses of ADVICE
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Page 28 te,bt B-nnbuJt f rtttinrl- 'tttr Orlando, Florida, May 25, 1947 Word of God ised that Just as surely as He went Ion gate his audience a g&Bspse
I away He win come again and receive ,' of the need today to bring the
them unto Himself gospel! story: to those we hare
S Search Cited In the afternoon he spoke; on I' never heard It..
Threefold Vision-the need to
In addition to the singing of
have a vision of God a vision of ,
the Kings Heralds quartet other
k self and a vision of what it
Adventists can .
To special music is a feature of each
F mean really to serve Him.
service. Among those who are
a. I Elder J. Adams Sabbath -
P oa Half million men and this Prof.
women i I contributing to are Sieg-
School secretary of the
__ ..: enrolled regularly in the free Bible I General Conference, recently: returned mund! Grosskopf Winter Park vio
linist Mrs. Joseph Hayward WufS
correspondence ;
courses and from a trip to mission
> ter Park and Miss Betty Jenkins
120.000 in the Junior courses. Elder field. in India, Burma and Cey-_ I Orlando. soloists.
H. M. S. Richards of the -
,1 i
+: b.t Voice of Prophecy radio program I

f w n 4:. I-e tLt w Lake told a Academy capacity audience last night at Forest show / Summer' Set \ KAPETTI

that the "world is hungering for Good Fad at Summer prices \ FOR SPAGHETTIServed
I the only unfailing thing in the Umh, *.. fI S to I P.M.-Closed Monday
i,world today the Word of God." Oran* MtmorUI MoMtlN
1 ; 7rt.;
This radio program he reported I | l. BilM TM Hn (Mill
Winter rark
Rt 11-91
which has grown within a decade US Orla4 Av*. OT-U KUIa'* Keram
from one station to 600. is now -
l: r global in its scope because to the j-
6-> huge network throughout North
and South America the Hawaiian I
Island and the Philippines has
been added a powerful station in cis
Luxemburg on the European continent -
s r and another In Shanghai.
Ordinarily the Sunday program
: Mv-J comes from Los Angeles but today -
i it will originate in Mutual's
Orlando unit WLOF at 9:30: a.m.;
". transcriptions ef previous broad-
casts are played over WDBO each Deer flpf 12:45
Sunday at 10:30: am.

{ <'. Elder Richards and his group
r will be presented at Forest Lake I1ttv
f Academy again today for the 11
a.m. and 8 p.m. services of the Mickey Roonc/s
Seventh Day Adventist camp home and reconverted
meeting on the academy<< 12 miles northwest of Orlando -
happiest Hardy hit!

.. Yesterday. Elder Richards' subject I J
4 was Our Reason Why a Child
of God Should Never Worry whichhe
enumerated as faith in God as : Laugh ,
\ci the creator and upholder of the
i : !universe; faith in Christ as the
I'w : :Saviour of everyone who will accept -
Him; the lact that a home
far better than any on this eart A4ftardy"n'1T11
I is promised to every child of God.
4 and the fact that Jesus has promBESSER'S -


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Featuring LUncheon Snack Beach: Carl D. Reaves Winter QUALITY I I TOYS I 1 1r"
Between the hours of 12 and 2:30 P.M. Garden: Gene A. Sturchlo Jr.. '' TODAY
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Josephine Alther Evanston. HI.; Open Open LnIigdtr n
Our Famous THICK MILK SHAKEMade Eleanor Arapian Washington; .I1III1II 1 9 A.M. ?ill ".AI 6 P.M. Till mama l foact wtofas
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Own Ice Cream-Any Flavor Thomas A. Brocklehurst Chelms- __:_ H.< I -
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,AND POTATO CHIPSAll cross. Ga. Charlotte L.
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Charlotte. N. C.: Mary E. Davidson Now '
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lie Embry. Louisville; Shirley L. j'
Evans. Saugus Mass. An Colored Cast! I
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W. also servo the .; Grace A. Fulton.
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nia Lee Hutchison. Washington:

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ORANGE COUNTY BOYS and GIRLS I. CLI.I I I I;i Our Dining Room and Gardens : I ATu'tur.INVISIBLE-' INFORMER 3?.

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." ,................... Mariella leave Thursday for Eagles Orlando Florida
May 25 1947 She I
imbag SittttttH-fctar Page 29
: RADIOS : Winter Park News Nest Camp. Bernard N. C. I I
Winter Parkers i I I '
who will be
: REFRIGERATORS : principals' councIl has adopted_ iously held a $75 scholarship and I of Summer school, funds for the
MARGARET with the camp this year Include: + Scholarship want one this Summer. i second term will
: ly GREENE I several preference steps for selections permit acceptance
: WASHERS Telephone Winter Pork 23 -Hours 11.12 and 4-5. Monday Through Friday Waite general manager; Edwin R. Earl Kipp. general super- While only 44 teachers from the'' of 50 teachers Kipp ex- I
: Waite, business Mrs. I County may attend the first term'' plained.
: NEED REPAIRS? manager; Preference visor of schools, announced ycs- - --- --. _- -
i For Any Make Negro Welfare Winter ParkBrevities Lynn Pflug one of the camp terday. I.
d Call nurses: Mrs. Robert Medlock and :
Plan I First preference will be given I
: Mrs. Ed Branch, cabin counsellors; Adopted I' CHRYSLER PLYMOUTHThe
BARTON'SYou teachers who have never had R

: Benefit By Our 25 i FormedWINTER -' 'Tow Royal in charge of nature With an overflow of'applicants'' $75 scholarship following are Delivery Prices OB New 1MT! 4.Door Sedans of tilt
i Years Experience : Group i studies; Mrs. Roval, John Fitzgerald for the 44 Summer scholarships ..'; .... ,> and must attend i Chrysler' and Plymouth Can. with standard rqoipmeit:

: Next to Colony Theatre o WINTER PARK--Cen. Edwin I Mary Claire Upthegrove, I.availabe to Orange County school! Summer school Plymouth DrLnxr 4-Pmr Red. $SI.7C.3
93 House will be tomorrowat Lloyd Faber. Otis .and George Gainesville or Plymouth Special Deluxe 4-Door Sedan SU61.0S
Winter Park : PARK Health and speaker :teachers the secondary school Chrysler Royal 4-Dna, Sedan $1932.71
1 Tallahassee for
Welfare Agencies Inc. has been the Rotary noon luncheon. Mooney. Gene Chizik. jl Chrysler Windsor 4-Door Sedan S199I.1I
... ..
......... I I
.: created to receive funds for a' : Robert or renewal Chrysler New Yorker 4-Deer Sedan 1*3n."
Key Club members will present Medlock, who Is to assist
medical and dental clinic for I Sweetbriar College, attending St. of certifi (Prices of other body styles on request]
1 the tomorrow at with readying the camp left last cates.

Would you do what I cent Negroes nection home.with of Winter It will Park.be a convales-In con- I I I Kiwanis Pilot Club Club program win supper not meeting.meet this .I Waite.week accompanied by Moseley I Andrews Miss Louise University.Prouty has gone x" Second will preference go to- .A. P. CLARK MOTORS, Inc.

I Mrs. William Ti Anderson leaves to Gatlinburg.Tenn., for the Sum- teachers who
.. Dr. Louis Schul.Mr EureneR. 'week, and their sale has been B8! N. ORANGE !'nOSE0116
lean Arthur's doing? Coleman and City MIT. Clif- this week for- Buzzard's Bay. mer. have never had a
ford McKibben form a subcommittee I postponed. Mass. I Mrs. Lillian Turner plans to $75 scholarshipand
of the Winter Park Robert L. Odum former editorof Chief 'Of Police Carl Buchanan open a day-nursery at 824 W. who expectto --------------
Community Fund to handle this the weekly news magazine.' has had a steel gun-case builtat I Fairbanks Ave. : get a two year -
and James Gamble Rogers who Watchman soon to leave for the the police station for the two I Mr and Mrs. Russell Allen have I I Kipp or four year degree r = a-- --
designed the Health and Welfare machine guns. four automatic as guest his mother Mrs. EvaC. or a masters degree.
building on West Lyman I Philippines, will be speaker Wed- shotguns and 45 rounds of ammu- Allen Indianapolis. || In the third group will be teachers -

Ave.. is also giving his services I:nesday at the Lions Club supper nition recently purchased. Dr. Sidney Homer leaves today I attending: Summer school because NEW VIANOS-NOW Ibtntifvl
.to provide a suitable plan. meeting. Mrs. C. A. Vincent and daughter for New York to spend the Sum-
New medical and dental center!I W. J. Marcy has been elected Hope entertained the Congregational ''N mer with his daughter. Mrs. Doug- of county board regulations,
will be .located at the southeast 1 I Christian ministers I las Fryer at Scarsdale.H. i,while the fourth will include
corner of Pennsylvania Ave.. and I president of the Men's Brother- wives and widows residing in this W. Caldwell. Chamber of'' teachers with less than a four-
Morse Blvd.. on land adjoining I'hood. Methodist Church; William vicinity with a' picnic! supper I Commerce secretary will be in year degree. Sri ,
4 the Ideal Woman's Clubs. I I Richards is vice-president; Fred Thursday.Mr. Sarasota Monday and Tuesday'at Principals and administrators I x a .-ti
For years the Ideal Woman's I Roess secretary-treasurer; Har- I and Mrs. G. N. Denning tending the annual conference of ;; who have never had a $75 schol- i So cosec .. **-
Club has given suppers and sales :,old Hastings program' chairman; have as guests her sister Mrs. the Florida Commercial Secretaries arship come under the fifth preference > a "0ns-fir mete mi, *teN-thaNKim'i l
to raise money for this propertyas I 11. O. Appl get. commissary chair- .W. L. Harrwell and son of DeLand. Assn.. so the office will be and in the sixth and seventh hated plane ""ke...'
well as that on which their ;;:man: J. D. Rumbaugh.' literature Mrs. Robert Penington left Fri- ,open those two days from 9 a.m. are those who have not prey- And r..> tan trid-
club house stands. They have chairman; Al Carlton sunshine day for North Carolina to visit until 12:30: p.m. ;1 .in vow tldtana spngh.
formed a Benevolent Auxiliary to 'chairman; R. F. Leedy membership her daughter. Mrs. John S. Cans- Mrs. Bertha Caldwell will leave INGRAM & INGRAM I tar a< muck II
sidetrack bicmonf'Jmoviecareer
Would yoi a Hear have men assist in providing the i,; and attendance chairman. ler.Miss ,soon for San Diego, Calif. to re- $100
to go back to school why new project. '!I I A. R. Davenport is expected Patricia Cansler Is expect- OPTOMETRISTS
Jean Arthur is doing this.TONIGHT It will cost a minimum of 7.000 home 'this week from the North. eded in July from Scotland where j side.Mr.. and Mrs. Joshua Chase have ] Successor to MEAD'S EASIEST
of which $3,000 is now in hand;I Mrs. Alex Waite and daughter she is an exchange student from left for Camden Me. I TERMS
ON Gifts may be sent to Dr. Schulzor Nights Sundays: Holiday* SIM1M

"We The People"WDBO left at the bank.DIAPER I I II N. Orange Ave. Phone nil j

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I Four Saints In Three Acts, the controversial
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production "Ethan Frome, based on Edith 1230': Go.pel Hour .._. Best ThIDn In Life Unlr. of Chicago I
Wharton's novel of the same name at 10 pjn. overWLOF' .12:45jQospel: Hour-===:;:..Best bllnln" Life UIII,: of Ch ago_ rlill
FOR 1:00: News Review _.. Married for Llfe RCA Victor Show ;
1:15 News Review Married for Life RCA Victor Show
-COLUMBIA "NBC Symphony Summer 'Orchestra" under 1:30: Hire to You __ Sammy Ksye ._ News ____ .
1:45: Hires to You ___ Kaye-fact-ric'n Proudly We Hail \ ,., .
direction of guest conductor Alfred Wallenstein. \.". .
-DECCA -2'00-CBS Symphony Open) Home --- Sunday Matinee ... ..."
plays Schubert's Symphony No. 2 in B Flat Major 2:15: CBS Symphony ? Open House Sunday Matinee i'jl 110.---"
-CAPITOL and the "Harry Janos" Suite by Zoltan Kodaly 2:30 2:45:: CBS CBS Symphony Symphony ._. Lutheran Lutheran Hour Hour ___ Sunday Sunday Matinee Matinee.- ::1 a" .. ,... 0
over WORZ at 4 pjn. -3'00 7 CBS-Symphony-_.-House"Mystery-Sunday-Matinee._ I I J1"re's, The 'D.5i'jl
VICTOR A medley of tunes by composer-bandleader 3:15: CBS Symphony __ House of Mystery Sunday Matinee._ Sensational '
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3:30: Hour of Charm True Detective Sunday Matinee II New
RECORDS i Isham Jones including Swingin Down The Lane 3:45: _Hour_of Charm __ True Detective Sunday Matinee __ i
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It Had TO Be You, No Greater Love, and Wooden 4 00 Family Hour The Shadow ._. NBC Symphony __ t
4:15: Family Hour _u.. The Shadow __n NBC Symphony k BatterY-OPrated. 4'r
Soldier and The China Doll highlight CBS "Here's 4:30: Hoagy CarmIchael Lee Bwertland u. NBC Symphony __ '
To You" at 1:30 pm. over WDBO. 4:45: .Jos. Harsch-News Lee Sweetland NBC Symphony ...
5:00"OZzlek Harriet Those Webster_
Sacred Heart
The newly-titled "Lift Your Voices" program 5:15: Ozzle ft Harriet Those Webster Dave Rose Orch. : .
5.30 Kate Smith Nick Carter __ Bob Burns 1
A. F. L. presentation over Mutual at 12:30 u -
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1 5:45: Kate Smith ____ Nlrlt Carter _-_n Bob Burns n____
f features Carol Landis and Peter Lynd Hayes in an -6:00: -Gene Antry ____ Drew Pearson Jack Benny I
original drama. Danny Thomas Tony Martin the 8:15: Gene Autry Don Gardiner Jack Benny _
6:30: Blondie ___, Grtst Story Told Fitch Bandwagon
Lynn Murray Chorus Benny Goodman's Sextette 6:45: Blond________ Grtst Story Told_Fitch _Bandwagon .1
and Vic Young's band. Heard over WLOF at -7:00:: "Sam"Spade _,-, __ Mediation-Board Stars of Tomor'ow
7:15: Sam Spade __n_ Mediation' Board Stars of Tomor'ow
12:30: pjn.Af 7:30: Crime Doctor _n_ Date With Melody Guest. Star PORTABLE
10:30: pjn., the "First Piano Quartet" which 7:45 Crime Doctor ____ Silver Strints Here's' to Veterans 1e
appeared in Orlando last year, has its premiere over ->! boTCorltss Archer=-ExploringUnkn'n Musical Showcas* I
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8:15: Corliss Archer Exploring Unkn'n Musical Showcase ,
WORZ. The ensemble is composed of Adam Garner 8:30: Tony Martin _n_ .Double or Nothing Musical Showcase II
8:45: Tony Martin .. Double or Nothing Musical Showcase g Many
Vee Padwa Frank Mittler and Edward Edson. -- Features
Tate Lene IL Oabrl"lHtitter .
9-00 It- Pops Concert
I Works of Lecuona, Chopin Liszt and Rachmaninoffmake 8:15: Take It-Leave It Gabriel Header .. Pop"' Concert -___ S On The Previously Found
the first concert. 9:30: We the People Counter' Spy lot Piano Quartet More Only
EXCLUSIVE AT ASSOCIATED up 9:45: w. the People __ Counter' Spy ht Piano Quartet r Expensive Sets
ooo-simphoMtte- --Theater Guild News _._ __ ._ S
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8:00 Melodies 10:15: Synphonette Theater Guild ... Cesar Searchlnier S SlYU
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'::15 Melodies _____ Glory Pleai'ts Trio 10:30 Music You Know Theater Guild Henry Russell R.C.A.
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Music You Know Theater Guild Henry Russells LICENSED
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RAINBOW DANCE ALBUM _S:4S: Melodic ____ Chapel In the Sty Sky 11:00:: News _.______ Sports-Parade---==: News from-NBC-:- 0 AJ PLANE TUBES S
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1 _143: Re- Bob Jones .. Ores Reveille ?.. Church of Christ 12:00: -New ______ Sign Orr---N-ok-SIIII-ott-:: 535T0 1650
1-00- -Ke.. ._ _.___ ___ Church, -Air-_._--World ... 12:15: Dance Orch ,l S
Lover >'Peabody ':IS Renfro Valley ___ Church of Air __ Lucerne Q'pl Tin 12:30: Dance Orch
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I Believe Frank Sinatra .63

,Jalousie Harry James .63

I Chi! Bobo, Chibaba Lawrence Welk .79 -

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We Knew It All The Time Bobby Sherwood '.63 f -

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I Wonder I Wonder I Wonder Van Johnson .63

Serenade To Love Freddy Martin .63 1Fh

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Green Grass of Wyoming Billy Williams .63 .. ,, ..

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Old Maid Boogie Eddie Vinson .79
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By Francis Cardinal Spellman, Archbishop -. What a marvelous/ gift for the young
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IF VITAMINS I IDON'T N II ed '10. .1 Main tt 8' wd "0. N Ailllam. "t w. to ley Eo TntdJGHItm I W It pnr. tt al to Emily I McXanar
National Link a. t. M.,
Orange County Red Cross J. G. Mane! N 8. to X'8IIat" .L. L L Phillips ot III to 1'110fat.. L.1r I Lt.aret It. Pr..dy ad< $10 part rot mfg.
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BUCK YOU UPtry It III wd $10.IAnta w. Card.a cult 1210 N a. to .pl. ad );mll f; Mf\ mar Howard J.aflagsmth..u
fJoctrfo G.. ,a Thomas Joseph Tint !(.,. Saab W. Gard. to OrUnfoDt Fssaets $10.., $ N m ..i |IO.
claim lie,. I P Vast at to frll..r Lt Mary >A Wells W _
Murphy o + Co inM .1 t* I.nla faro 4 110.
NUXATED IRONluntu By Phones Set Mutual 141. 1.. Co. to H p. Moon, .... i I ..TilI. 1Twttl. U :Lam. L BttMM wd ,Co mug 500.Nd.n.r Rn.hMh R RKO <. lula W Pan wd 119.
w... teat tlotaat et'. ,w a 1MaIIIe'" Ie..rt Sets Annual Meet L. V. Bled... rt *1 to Binder, D. ftdly 10. .I wd $10.Ralph laY Co to Krnnrlk r Vail et J W Rmatl M li t. I.ula W Par w4 $10.
k.ts Tar br vw a.euhr_l.r.n. TuesdayAnnual it *1 pan Ml mtf Charles S sad B.rlr Hill .. n. Credit TIT Fed "Rat and Lea An* to GeNoa a
.. Ir a.i.t b+ek s tr? Raids] H. Fork to Jit. Bask net t aid I... Co )Its $2250. a Tier to wmu z Ste.." H at' H.gh.. n .< ....
.ITZATID...w IKM rre IRON bloat bW.r..tall 14 bund blood I airs MM tub mw I For Meeting Trait Co 7 ntf '500. Robert J D rutrocfc to C.lxl COM Col mi Pool tlI03.It Sek.tBk...Ur ot at .. Inboard I I qcd W$10.II P.,. n .. to Aha Caiiadj< Hifu ,,_" .
I t*M JIM wmteftL M<*t. !Kcxtrm meeting of the Chapter American -
Orange County ..
teoxfcui ubktt Tae toll aw1l1e. Gt! the s last. National telephone hook-up II;
But M cult ..dln u4 r tk Utat Red Cross, to be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Sorosis will unite company representatives: :

Club House, is the first scheduled in, May under the chapter in 88 cities throughout the
';? revised by-laws. United States to feature the 100th
dinner of the
birthday Penn Mu-
SERVICERefriferatlon Until the start of the chapter's fiscal year was_changed tual Life Insurance Co. here tomorrow -

from Jan. 1 to July I, its annual night at the Orange Court 9fVCV, tSia ML 1
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and Radio meetings were held In January. Hotel according to Robert W.
Mrs. H. J. Underill
Bowles, local representative.This .
Service-Competent Per- I Another result of by-laws is retiring -
Feted 74th marks one of the few
sonnel to serve you on Birthday officers will have served 18 times in industrial history and

Work Guaranteed Mr. and Mrs. Jud Underill of mon Ihl wnen first postwar occasion,' when
Union Park were hosts Thursday they are replaced 'this plan has been used 16 Join Ip .
PHONE 5136 night at an informal party at July 1 by officers personnel in a national celebra
the Holiday inn honoring the to be elect- tion. Bowles said.' Sound of the l "" **-
74th birthday of his mother Mrs. ed Tuesday Liberty Bell in Philadelphiawill mw-*
WILLARD & KEISER H. J. UnderilL night. Nomina- open the program.Bowies' .
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Grant of
Norge and Philco Dealer Orlando and Harry Underill. l tions committee agency is sponsoring r, ---1 AN OUTSTANDING
I is headed by William the dinner here. Featured speaker DAY FOR 'VALUES '
of the
grandson honoree were will be J. Elliott
Vogue Theater Block-ColonUllcw* J. Cape- Hall Southern
other guests at the drone; party. .hart. superintendent of agencies.

I Lloyd F. Gahr, The telephone hook-up will
I chapter chairman originate in Philadelphia where fll
I said yester- John A. Stevenson, company; "LOOK! CA NON'S TERRY
day that all con- president, is headline speaker. Re- !
DOES YOUR WIFE tributing to the sponse will be by William H. s i i LOW PRICE TOWELS ARE BACK!"
Red Cross in its Nicholla Jr.. general agent at NEW
Grand Rapids: Mich., president of A
last fund cam- AT
OBJECT TO BODY BRUISES? Gahr piagn are enti- Assn.the company: General Agents ;NPWtrjK k 1 ; / :
tle4 to attend as voting members. 3 /J
Non-voting junior members and
the general public are also invit- Orange County =

Body bruises on her car, that is. Of course she ed. Court Records & rw iWi

Address by ,Allen J. Carter,, FOR
will be sleek
happier driving a beautifully painted Imtrumtntt FlUd
Southeastern area regional Red I CharlM O A. car-everyone is. Make her happy-have your I Cross director, will be featured Rank and Trait G., quiet title, had de-

car beautified with an expert paint job and body and a vocal duet by Miss Eli- 1'f'I..1o'.ph. Lebowlts. tt H to William HeUil Hfc&LVW
t al.am.MM y
smoothing. nore Voorhis and Edward Lang- Fruit G., to Prudential< I... Cff, I?* kit
mfg $73,000.NUS ? yl, L I i srEverglaze
ley Rollins College students, accompanied Fruit Co., to Fla. Stoic Prod. J *

BUT-be sure it's top quality paint and body by Mrs. Dorothy Credit rel ml|Aua. > 'crop lieu. eh. ]lieitork cud
Morton Parks.Chapter's Frank U Carry .t ws to Robert a.Baeoe H.

work-BE SURE, send it to Sam's.SAM annual report com- R.w. wd A.wd ISHvjl Reds$10.., .t vx to Qiil WUlet .. >r 41"x90//

piled by Mrs. Leon B. Fort's report Ponnri *t H to B. F. Sutton
Strictly 1st quality
.t m mfg /1,000. I ,;
committee will be distributed. Invocation R..U 8. Pounds .t VI to Hojle Pooadiwd Cannon TowI -

will be'given by the Very .(10.J H.. BridiM a M .. Pint Vat. Baalr ,,, "' # m els.I Size l'7x' '7"! .....
PAINT & BODY SHOP # Chinirli
Rev. Melville E. Johnson, dean of W. Card i mfg f 1300. In ray stripes [ ''
. C. W. Irr.*sg Jr., .t u to J. H. It I Choice of 3 col- r t
the Cathedral Church of St. Luke BrMfrt wd "0. li I **
130 N. Garland Episcopal) Louis K. Oabel rt at U A. C. Woodardd 1 on. Buy all JOu5'"
Dial 1 6628 [tat Jefferson] At meeting's end. refreshments < *10Ijihi.S. F.rHM. to Ilngh F. UcKeaa 1.s need.MATCHING. ..........: h" _

will be served by the Red Cross qed S10Llnraln. ..... r- r ....++..
iatinBal IJ(. !.... Co, t. J. w
canteen corps, directed by Miss 4.> Cartill rt .i ..... : q
Emma Lundgren. 'tP.! J...... vs ftidiiry W. Hairy et mi
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