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 28, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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tile area' which motes 24 per ait '
of Florida's Grtstock fraction.. $6 Peoro. Paj.4 Spo/rs Pejtl 6-7

per cAt of Florida's fomtd vtgrtabU Radio Pose Society Pg$ 10-11

crop. 92 per cut of FloridVi atrvL. St..,. Loge Financial. Page 12

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L $8 Million State Hotel Tax $ ought


Truman Moves To Bolster Housing Program. Speed Building/


_President Seeks THERE'S 'SOMETHING IN THE AIR'Indu'stry | Holland Freed 'I Everybody Happy? Flats, Rooming

Chiefs Gird

'Decent Home' | ln Punchboard? / Houses Cabins

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To Thwart State Raid

For Every Family Bar Slaying TrialJury c /# 1o, Coo :, __ Covered in BillFive

On Citrus Ad Funds '

ConstructionWoes Deliberates Per Cent Levy

; Seen for 10 Years I, JACK GURNETT Only 32 Minutes Planned for Lodgers

(Our Own Staff Correspondent] I, DOYLE'CLAY
WINTER HAVEN-The Florida citrus industry, up to [Orlando Morning Sentinel Staff Writer] ) TALLAHASSEE< [AP] A

/ '.Truman, predicting home that yesterday complacent in the belief that all legislation Deliberating only 32 min zzd:2r: Vij:1 five per cent tax on hotel,
large-scale :
affecting the industry had either been passed or quietly utes, a Criminal Court juryyesterday rooming house, to u r ltt
be for
a concern n'L9ulTs
,at least another 10 put to sleep, was all ready to gird for a battle against a found Lester Holland I cabin and apartment rental
'asked Congress yesterday to approve raid on surplus funds,in the citrus advertising setup. "not guilty" of second (ViE bills was put forward yesterday -

Word reached here that t as a means of raising
consolidation & some degree murder in the April
a permanent I $8 million
a year toward covering
of the Government's multiple legislators. principally Rep. JerryCo1l1n.s. 11 "poker punch board- the Impending Florida general
had named the
housing activities to replace the I Sarasota shotgun death of Jordan Basil fund deficit.

present setup.In I citrus ad funds as one source of I McLeod and sent the slender 4! Sen. Collins Tallahassee said

a special message. -he laid I Citrus Highlights slightly stooped tavern owner he and Sen. Carroll KIssImmee.w

down a detailed plan for the con- home to enjoy supper with his uld introducethe

solidatlon In accordance with the Special citrus industry: grade : family for the first time in five 17t'p measure in
I committee seeks permissivegrade #
Reorganization Act of 1945. It! A for oranges and minor : weeks. the Senate to-

11;? alterations In other varieties Applause swept the jammed. 7WAN I
Rule by Television! day.The
GAC-SAC urge Congressional courtroom as Court Clerk Charlie tax wouldbe
Thad delegations to guard citrus
[ ] **
Llmpus read the words. We the levied on'
prosperity In proposed USDA
Brown Jr. Television Broadcasters -
Assn. counsel told the 4i' budget cuts-Details on Page 5. jury' find the defendant not guil .rentals from

FCC" yesterday that "goTern- ty. so say we all." which meant each of the 193-

ment by television' is contemplated money to go Into the general reve- so much to Holland and his wife,, ,, 000 hotel. roomIng -
In the event of a sadden nue fund to nelp make up the children and friends who 'Wereclustered ,4 ,1rsr .r7J.- 'xzi:' I)I S A' 7#'zi' : F/A 1 house and

outbreak of atomic warfare. adding deficit between Income and ap- / '
I about him. 1 tourist cabinrooms ,
national safety and
that a propriations of the curent session
S nationwide television broadcast of the Legislature. j I I The din In the courtroom was ; and

setup have a definite relation quickly stUled by Judge W. M. apartments u n-
[IMurl Pace general managerof .
ship. j Murphy I der supervision Carroll
I' the United Growers and Shippers j I _
of the State Hotel
will become effective automatically telephoned The Orlando Mrs. Marcy Holland wife of
It would be applied to the bill
In 60 days unless rejected by 'Morning Sentinel late last night the defendant swayed as the I
and would be paid by ,the lodger.
Congress within that time. fit>m Tallahassee to say that words "not guilty" were sounded
j Collins said it would not be applicable
He also renewed pressure :for there Is "something in the air" and a moment later was sobbing against service charges

faster action on the long-delayed regarding Collins' reported ma- In her husband's arms. add
and special fees customarily
legislation aimed at providing neuver. Pace added, however that Holland's Initial move was to ed to hotel bills.

"a decent home and a suitable JUST DIDN'T GET said "I don't just know what it is."] thrust his hand eagerly out to his; __ He said inch a tax would be.

living environment for every along The citrus Industry for many attorney. 30-year-old Charles R. paid mainly by visitors to the

family." actress Lyn Bar! [above] yesterday years has taken the stand that the Cambron. a veteran' who served r: fr State or by business men who

A. in.filing,suit for divorce President could deduct it from Income tax
His plan wolud transfer the Na- against producer Sid Luft .in I [Continued'on Page 5, Col. 4] 27 months aboard Naval fighting 10 More Called Helps Labor Dispute payments.The .

tional Housing Agency programsto ships In the Pacific. In this case. Collins hotel room tax wai

a .new housing and home finance -I' Hollywood. Cambron scored his first victory Mother Truman In the first of numerous new tax
agency and would set up a City AcceptsPipeline over a murder charge In Orange proposals being talked about In
In Fight for Her Life the Legislature to take form.
National Housing Council on I Seven Seized County. Bribe QuizTALLAHASSEE Bill Approved He offered his proposal soon

which the new agency its member -I He had taken over the case only GRANDVIEW. Mo. [UP President .I after the Senate had completed
all other a short time before the Legislature's first
organizatIons. and It went to action on
Federal departments concerned For Kidnaping Bid trial and a day or so ago told a [AP] The I Truman's mother last night TALLAHASSEE [AP] The major tax measure-a bill re-en
reporter he was still looking for 'I fought a stubborn battle with age ( acting as a permanent levy the
with housing would be represented. investigation of bribery and illness refusing to relinquish Senate passed and sent toj I 1945 two-year emergency tax of

Other Capital Hill developments: Negro in Jail Orlando Utilities Commis- [Continued on Face 2. Col. 5] charges in the Florida Legislature her precarious hold on life. the Governor yesterday the I 72 cents a gallon on whisky.

House economy advocates won sion laid the The bill which'now goes to the
groundwork for continued
on an apparently -I How long she could keep the House approved measure
up Governor for almost certain apeproval.
the first test 189 to 1 10. in their I
RICH SQUARE, N. C. the construction of new RestaurateursFavor wide scope here fight was a medical imponderable.She providing for compulsory leaves the total tax on
drive to cut 383.427742 off the
Agriculture Department's 11.188.- [AP] Chief of Police Frank power and water plants yes- yesterday but results remained un I. was staying alive largely because arbitration of public utility labor ::I most grades of whisky at $1.92 a
I !I gallon.
000,000 'budget for 1948. All of the Outland said last night seven terday by accepting the low MetersInstallation disclosed.In she wanted to and the disputes and setting stiff The extra tax accounts for

189 votes were cast by Republi- I men had been arrested on bid of $192,022 submitted by Lewis addition to nine more House 'I President was doing everything In: ties for strikes and penal-I I $4 million a year but its reenactment -

kidnaping charges in connection and McDowell. Inc.. Tampa contracting of parking meters'In I members State Attys. Orion C. his power to encourage her. I.. The bill provides appointment : anticipated does nothing financial to deficit.relieve the
cans.The the city was favored by .the Parker Jr.. Tallahassee. and Phil Mr. Truman last said his I
Senate defeated 51-29 a with the attempted mob action firm for the installationof Greater Orlando Restaurant Assn.at night ,of a conciliator by the Governor 1 i I I Fiscal officers had figured on
proposal to let husbands and 1,305 feet of 84-inch pipeline its meeting yesterday afternoon O'Connell. West Palm Beach.I I mother had "a very good day" In case of a public utility labor I'I its re-enactment in making their.
against Negro Godwin "Bud-
wives In all States split their Incomes connecting Lakes Highland Ivan- at the San Juan Hotel. I summoned Richard L Berensen. I adding: I II argument.If calculations.
and mak separate tax dp Bush 24. at the Jackson jail hoe and Concord. Three higher I '
of the Miami Jai-Alai
Robert C. McClammy. president president I "I bellere there's some improvement I
Friday. the conciliator Is unable to
returns on each haIl for a considerable bids were submitted.The .
He said all said that the vote in favor of the Fronton to testify behind closed The doctors thinkso The WeatherORLANDO
saving In most case seven had been released pipeline will act as a con- parking meters was unanimous. settle the dispute a board of 'I

Rep. Hartley IR.-NJ.1 said under $2,500 bond. He add- ductor for supplying water for the "All members present agreed doors. too. I II arbitration will be selected one AND VlCrTY1-
House conferees have agreed to : of he the was unable to give the power plant's condensing system.In that meters would help relieve Parker and O'Connell are I "She really seems stronger. I member chosen by I labor, another -- Partly cloudy little change in
names seven men. addition the bid called for the downtown making "specific Investigations"at I I temperature today, tomorrow;
scrap major union-curbing Sheriff J. c. parking problem hope it holds. I hope it is real. I named by managament and
provisions of the House labor bill. I Stephenson of the construction of a concrete he said. the Instruction of a Leon I 't scattered afternoon, night
: Brig. Gen. Wallace Graham.
Northampton County confirmed pipeline cradle under Atlantic: "They said County grand jury in recess until the third designated by the Gov- thundershowers.
These would ban nearly all Indus- .that the meters would deter i White House physician said ,I
seven men had been arrested -
trywide collective bargaining permit I and placed under bond but Coast Line and Seaboard Air Line persons who now leave their autosIn Thursday j Mother Truman was "if anything ernor. *

private employers to get injunctions .said that their names would not Railroad at each tracks entrance four headwallsone of the line- 'one-hour" zones for long per- House members called yesterday |II a little stronger." I I Findings of the arbitration 1 Cracker Jim Sez:
against some kinds of jiods.
be released until today. l were Reps. Robert Burnsed, Mac- I, T board I
will be binding all
strikes and boycotts. and ban mass I District to the lakes-and supporting I I Today's Meter Battle Columns Clenny; Leo Wotitzky, Punta' on participants Them there watermelons in
Solicitor Ernest R. trestles under the two railroads in labor Fines that patch of Squire Larkin't is
picketing. appear on Page 9.1 27 More Hitler a dispute.
Gorda R. B. Gautier Jr.. and
Tyler said there :
might be addItional -
during construction of the line. gettin plum near eatin size, an the
Herbert Hoover told House I' to
a arrests and that announcing Richard Oelker, both of Miami: ,: up $10,000 a day are providedfor Squire is shore having his
Appropriations. subcommittee that the names of those arrestedat According to Commission Airborne Rubbernecks J. Ben Fuqua. Palmetto. H. T. 'Beasts' To strikes and lockouts. Them
troubles. is
[ f youngins a gettin -
Europe's swing toward !"collec plans water for the condensing I ,I -
J.\ this time might Interfere with I Cook. Bunnell; L. C. Yeomans. in that field dura near
tivism" and "proposed Utopias"has system will be taken from Lake I Firefighters 1 every
!'f his Investigation. I Crystal River: N. D. Wainwright. LANDSBERG [TiP Twenty-two May inite an they _
hampered world recovery. Tyler earlier revealed warrants Highland and returned to the \ OHIBBINO. Minn. tAP] Airplane Starke and J. Morgan Nazis who operated the death mills .Just'Happened'I carry off one of i;(fJ"I

Hoover supported the Adm1n1stratIon's had been drawn up against four: three-lake chain through Lake I'', sightseers following firefighting Arcadia. at Mauthausen concentrationcamp On Trip With Garsson I I them melons un'L f. ,

request for $725 million men on the basis of a confessionthe Concord. I ships to the scene of for- I' Inllaham.1 were hanged by three AmerIcan -: WASHINGTON [APJ Testimony I'I der each arm. If
for civilian relief in the U.S. occupied FBI said It had obtained from The commission also accepted est blazes have added a new prob- Sharp Army executioners at Lands-i i that munitions maker Murray The Squire says 5.

zones of Germany. Austria. one of the alleged members of the the low bid of $27,150 submitted lem for Federal rangers In the berg prison yesterday and 27 more >i Garsson and ex-Congressman An- I he's going to put %\';

Korea and Japan. mob.The by Flsher-Halliday Co.. Atlanta Superior National Forest. Felt in California will die on the twin gallows to- 1 drew-J. May flew to Cuba on the : a stop to that Ft 1' VI At

Rep. Harness [R--Ind.l announced FBI said In Washington I I for repair to the framework of the I Oalen W._Pike supervisor of the I I EUREKA. CaL [UP A sharp day.One same plane a month after Pearl I thievery If fen he

an Immediate Investigation the confession It had obtainedImplicated two boilers at the present powerplant. forest embracing several million earthquake shook the Northern I; by one, seven minutes' Harbor came out yesterday at I has to put rock
will be made of Government "seven other white I acres In Northeastern Minnesota !California coast at 1 p.m. yesterday 1 apart the Mauthausen "beasts"- their trial on war bribe charges. i i salt in them ras-
publicity and "propagan persons" In the affair. I' Approved by the Commission for j said the planes carrying what he but no damage was reported. guards and officials-died in the' May said he just "happened to c a 1 s backsides
da" which he said costs $75 mil The Negro escaped after makinga legislative passage was a bill authorizing called "the airborne rubbernecks" The trembler an east-west up- J shadow of gray Landsberg prison I be" on the plane with Garsson. I till they stop. I done tole him to

lion a Tear.Absence daring break for freedom just. the Commission to bill had proved a collision hazard as I heaval lasting several minutes, l when Adolph Hitler wrote Mein I I I I He "explained" that he went on I II ; plant that crop back from the
after he had been placed In anruto I I and collect fees rentals or othercharges they dodged in and out of smoke was felt throughout the Hum- \Kampf. the blueprint of the plot a Cuban defense inspection trip in I road but he wouldn't listen to me
of n key witness. Atty. In front of the Jail. He had I for the facilities and clouds while forest service ships of world none so hits up to him to stop
H. M. I boldt County area and was -recorded I conquest of which they January. 1942. at the request of
Karp. New York. stalled a been arrested for an attempted I service of the sought to deliver them youngins from eatin them
j city's proposed L men fire- i as "strong" on seismograph -!were a part.yesterday.. I!i Pres. Roosevelt.
Senate Inquiry into reports that a I II melons. Hit really aint goin to
attack on a white 'WOman. I sewer system. I fighting equipment to the scene.Tonight's as far south Los Angeles -
as -
secret bonus of $18 million was make much difference cause there
demanded In a $50 million steel I. and north to Seattle. FIVE MEASURES STUDIED Is so many fields planted in them
Movies Dr. Perry Byerly University of BY DELEGATION I I
transaction. NO MOTIVE FOR ACT OF YOUNG SLAYER I things they aint goin to bring no
House Veterans Committee BZACHAU: Norm ?rsntlai. l.-flo. 310.: California seismologist at Berkeley. |, price nohow.
S:20. 7:30. t:40. said the
Cal. earthquake probably I
voted fc-r an Increase from $90 to ROXT: .Nor. Pr ..u... 1:00. 3:10, 9.30: originated in the Pacific Ocean i> Orange County ConsolidationBills !I TODAV* TIDES .
$105 a month In the living allow- Killer of Boy and Three Sisters 730. 540.COLONT' I DayUna Beach TIM Huh 5.26 a r'IJ
Tho Ulihtr off Cape 40 ;
ance for married veterans goingto UeOnrk. 2.00 Mendoclno miles 3:08 p m.. Low 8'S3 ..n" 923pm.COOM .
4'5CJ. 7:40. 10:3O; The Fabuloua Bosanna. south of Eureka. ".elt Tioea Huh 3.36 .... :3:II
school under the 01 Bill of 335.: 6 JS. ':IS. I I
Rights but decided against any Fails To Get Thrill He GRAND: On Btaio-Rajah Rabold. 3 40. I I Expected To Pass Today I p.m.S*; a.li.Low.."02 Inlet am.Tidea 9.33 Rich p m.b .2:31: aJB-l
7-30.: 9:35: On 'rHa.b..n i
: of Sitma .
With His Nose 3llsmLowSS7sm.: 92*
Increase In .the $65 allowed single Expected, Chi. 1:00. 3.25. 430.: 8 SS. I 2O. 10 IS. I in the Air? Sun Pt,....: Rises S-30: 8tf 7 pm.15.
veterans. RIALTO: I've Alviri! LOT'd Vou. 2:JO. 'I Orange County's five bills which would the :
EAST LANSING Mich. [UP] Slim !5:3s.: R 35: Faithful la Mr fiiMon.: 1:00.: '
Terpenning, Recorded br U. S. Weather Burnt itMunicipal
: t.15. '::3'. JO 50. Prince Carl Johann Bernadotte of i iI | for possible consolidation of public offices will be introduced -
French Call Off Strike 16, confessed yesterday that he deliberately killed four of' VOGUE The Return ef Mont CrUtoJI 1 I Sweden asked the State Supreme in the Florida Legislature and to Maximum Airport:83: MInimum 70

PARIS [UP] Eighty-five thou- his playmates while they picked flowers to see what it felt:!I! 220.3'45. S 7-OS.40. .JO:2S.OO: Sun Valley Strenade. Court yesterday to void the lease I'i be passed by the House tomorrow today Rep. Tyn are Cobb expected Jr. said j 1 2 '..11I..m--------____ '72 1 2 111.m...11I. _. _. Si4p.m. 11
sand Parisian gas and electric like to kill, but the result "disappointed' him. I I DRIVE INOntleman Wabehn,.. I on his $8,000-a-year Manhattan : 3..JD. '1 3.11I. It
CLERMONT: The IIeereH..n.! ..... .
fJ workers. threatened with arrest "I didn't get the thrill I expected out of it," the farm| DELAND; Gallant Ben. DRZKJU :Bluti apartment because he said the I I ..11I. ''11 1 S... 'I
_.. and prison terms L i Skin. landlady had not furnished it in In a telephone conversation, .
called off their told State Police. ( I not to exceed $7,500 a year and S .JD. 70 S ..11I. 11
scheduled strike at a dramatic 1 EUSTTS: Caeiar and Claonatra.GROVELAND keeping with his tastes and social Cobb said the Orange County delegation employ a legal advisor at an an- 7 ..11I. orl 7 ..11I. __ P7
admitted : A Nlfht la '
Terpenning readily Casablanca __
I 72 1 75I
midnight meeting. slaying four children of one fam story calmly and "apparently I ChO Chop. Amiga. I position. studied the bills and added nual salary of $5.000; and require .m.,11I. __ ors 9 p.m...m. .__ 75to
without, HAINES CITY: Humarciqa. I I there might be some slight last commissioners be nominated and '.Ift.. ---5 10 lUll. ._ ,.
ilY-Barbara. 16. Stanley. 14, regret. His chief con KISSIMMEE: r.. Alwan ,....! Ton 11 ____ 75 11 'PSNoo
1947 UI 1947J234567 Gladys. 12. and Janet Smith. 2- cern seemed to be about how his Rant LEES BURG Rvyand: Pur Th. Bin In *Th. Ntehl JAW; Charter minute changes. elected by the County but be! residents *1.-_-______. 50 M1d1l1.b&P.m. 7t
5f The. five bills provide: of the districts they
in woods near Lapeer. Mich.
mother Mrs. Mattle : My raverito BmetU.
S-Mle1lW'n.aIkSel "I always kinda wondered, whatit Arnold, SAVPORDTJw Dart Mirror. I ho.ro 'JwW Combine into a single office sent. repre-I TIMPEMATURU: CLSCWNCMr: :
would feel like to kill some Glendale Cal. would take' the I' BT CLOUD"..r Fay_.Ooedbert.,... I I under an elective tax assessor at 4-Change the office of High Low luSh Low
WINTER HAVEN1: 11 .. Service
AlbfTlll 82 &4'' Memphis 83 SS
I ,
28293l body." was his only explanation of news. LAKELAND-: POLK: Tru Shaw otto PAL- cqw# a maximum salary of $7,500. the intendent of public Instruction Atlanta 8T fi | Meridian lit lIT
I motive.It The doctor asked ACE: Susie Steps Out Two Smart People. offices of tax collector and tax from an elective to an appointive title City 78 18 I Miami 8* 72.
1947 : June 19..1'.rw..1L4VH27MIIH"Sel told Terpenning r LAKE: Kid Prom Brooklyn. steno DaUa.. office at $7,500 Birmingham 83 M i Minn-8t Fil M 40
Terpcnning Dr. Le Moyne assessor. a an-
whether he wanted to attend the Boston 77 59 | Muntiomerr tl 64
Snyder. Michigan State Medical-. funeral of his victims. Combine the clerks: of Crim nual salary the appointmentto Buffalo 83 40 New Orleans S3 69BorlinctOtt
CHICKEN DINNERS inal. County and Circuit Courts be made. by the County School I 71 49 New Tork 76 81Chieaco

(See Picture Page 2) I I "No. I would be afraid to face Enjoy perfect food STEAKS In refined I and supervisor of registration under Board. M 78 44 83 I PhUa4eIphi Norfolk 83 78 $4 60Cincinnati

their family. said., Special partIes welcome.\ atmoopberc. Wire-'pho.--35 WIIit.I a County clerk with a maxi- 5-Permit the County tax officer Dallaa Denver S3.:- 64 49 PortTd.Phoenix M.. 73*4, 51 63

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 !legal\ expert that he also had The boy's father said Oliver was HOLIDAY INN I 1 mum salary of 7500. < is assess and collect taxes i Detroit 43 Richmond 83 68DululB
GRIFFIN 3-Set County commissioners'salaries for municipalities at their specific j :91 n I Bt. Lava 83 M
-thought a, lot about killing my his son by his first wife, from and Cocktail Bar I El Pao 91 63 Ban Antonio 86 6Oi
at month with to the
$25 a request subject approval by
12)1617) 18 19 201= stepmother but never had gone whom he was divorced when E. P. Ward. Owner-Manager JfO! per i I Port Worth 89 64 8. PranrUoo M ISKanaat
..rt 2 72 cents per mile travel allowance voters of the affected municipal City 62 M I Raannah $4 7 .
through Midway bttWMn \II
with it. Oliver Orlando
was six years old. He remained M Stnisrd .u'R Knoirlll M SI Brtttlo 74 M
Phono : permit commissioners to Ity. with a fee of one-fifth of one I
I Snyder said Terpennlcg told his five yean Winter Park 3M>-M Loa Anielef M SS Vle .llan 86 40i.ouia'is
ago. I I employ a secretary at a salary per cent for the service. 1 S3 SO WuotUtM II 10withis

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2 (OOdttnb !lnmhtn fcmitarl Wednesday, May 28, 1 471Russians 1 Sons Dig Grave I
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Pickets Watch
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UN Press VoteLAKE __ \ [ / CLEVELAND [AP Under a fine I POWHATAN Va. (UP) Five

w1tn rain, the body of Mrs. Ora A. I teen-age Inmates of a State re"
Blackburn, 12, was lowered yester- : .
ing a I form school received prison sentences -
POGUE day into a grave spaded out by her
SUCCESS N. Y. TAP] W QUESTION three sons In defiance of a strike' yesterday for beating a
The United Nations Sub.Commis- ; by AFL Union Grave Diggers. teacher to death with a baseball
sion on Freedom of Informationand decreed longer Unhampered by pickets who I'bat- The boys were sentenced by

the Press defeated. 7 to 1 aka N Nw mod idea, what do you earlier, the sons said threatened Judge Garland Jefferson Jr. They ..

attempt by Its Russian was "trouble if you dig that grave," were charged with fatally beating
yesterday an k ,4i. ANSWERS the burial was carried out in good Clarence E. Hubbard 22.
member to list a struggle .. W. O. Trenor. Roakoke attorney -
: Avignone. wait- order, and three policemen present I
against! Temnanta of l"ascLsm"p.nd"war __ _'S run. Highway: 1 had little to do but watch. I and father of one of the
mongers among the objectives ( believe skirts should The Rev. Lawrence H. Blackburn I boys told the Judge he had
of the press short 50, of Lowell. Mass., and his warned the State Welfare De
. t land or too long:
y. M. Lomakin. Soviet consul be brothers. Wallace M.. 36. of Dear- partment that his son Garwood
general In New York City and former n.. ,, the born Mich., and Harold 42. of Trenor. 16 was a psychopathic
editor In New York Insisted p a faot'6 m'b. t4 bron : Young Trenor received the
Tass ..,* .Framingham, Mass. carried shovels case
vainly for a vote specifically ; through a picket line at the I stiffest M'ntence-lO years.A .
on his proposal and finally served men i cemetery to prepare for the fu- five-year sentence for Samuel
notice he would bring it up again. land's neral. Winston, 17, Richmond was sus
The Sub-Commission approved l the .)1 e I Martin E. Yand nrtrf. hOlIness U I
by -
an amendment presented 4 S: from representative of the
Salvador Lopes of the Philippines Arborists and Landscapers t[terms with two years suspended.
: which deleted references xwt Union AFL, denied pickets I They were Freddie Caves. 16
to the "remnants of Fascism threatened the men. Roakoke. Va.: Richard Harlow, 17,
and "war mongers" from the The brothers said they were I i Bristol Va.: Robert Roawson 17,
{"Russian proposal. the t 1 warned by pickets: "There's going : Massachusetts; and Charles Wil-
_ Lopez said his proposal was Intended night l:':::- > 1 to be a lot of trouble here If you ;I I bum 17. Alexandria. Va.
to tone down dig that Later the Rev.Blackburn's .
This the grave I
phraseology". of the. Ru.s.s1an'lIteclaratIon. i will Miss! Atijnone wife said she was told I I

Sub-Commission Is made three by one of the pickets: "The grave j CYPRESS TANKS
I, The 'will be dug again"
In UP !
of Govern-
fcp: of expert Instead As they the brothers
were -
fcental representatives. None Is I Righetti housewife I and TOWERS
L L said, four
ers a car containing men

Empowered, and to the commit SubCommlsffon's his GovMoment -- :i i the not should wear the drove up and one of them asked: I All sizes on hand.
actions are subject to review I I that look best on I "Do you think you'll ever get'
andSocial little victims them. Some out of here if you keep that up?" I
In July by the UN Economic CALM YOUNG SLAYER OF FOUR children, left with two of Terpenning I wo- The cemetery has been strike
had do not look
Council. Oliver Terpenning [right) poses nonchalantly I who were shot to death Monday while picking but men good in short bound for a month over a wage I

[ for photographers shortly otter his apprehension -. flowers near their home in Imlay City, Mich had. dresses while dispute. The union is demanding a i S. Everything

bryAcceptoefense dB y near Toledo. Deputy Sheriff is shown at [AP.Wirephoto). Story on Page 1.'Surprise' 1. the others look fine. 10-cent hourly wage boost, and needed for
'cemetery officials have offered
area I i Women will wear
:[D in Yacht Leod i what suits them four cents. water supply

PromisedIn TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY: the I I best. I think .4 I
Iaying HearingSANTA skirts that are and irrigation
well below the
ANA Cal. tAPJ A Jury Atlanta Slaying Benefit Ticket Sales Racket I i knees look best
if eight women and.four men all jury I 1 on most women, IRRIGATIONEQUIPMENT
in1 dle-&led and most of themparents ATLANTA Ga. (UP) The fam- and I more or Pumps
of large families was accepted ily of slain Peggy Alston Refoule Plunder Runs Into Millions ing less favor thestylists'
tentatively yesterday by &
decree. -
disclosed yesterday they are conducting -
Overall's counsel In a surprise SALESSERVICEFREE
Louise I
RUSSELL KAY land I It also gives wo-
during the second day their own Investigation of tr Wells
pi her move murder trial. the murder and promised "quite a Frankly, this isn't the column I had planned for this jl I argument for some ENGINEERING SERVICE

housewives arrived at the office in a cheerful mood ready to : _" ." Size
:. All eight women are surprising statement" probably by week. I -- -- I I AND DESIGN I Any

three of the men are ranchers, today. coax a nice constructive thought from my think-tank and to grocery merchant I
the other a restaurant operator. column and then something happened I Dens a.IARI .
readable "
. The 18-year-old Miss Louise Family members said the state- weave it into a r
the longer the A PIPE
bverell., her blonde locks tinted ment would remove any possible that made me blow my top. I In better; on others I ,
lark brown for the trial and her suspicion of the victim's husband Before I have a chance to get, ing r& SOPPL rCO; FREEMAN

husky boy friend. George Gollum. French Artist Paul Refoule whom j through reading my morning's promptly and more or less LIBBY &

the 21. listened day. solemnly. throughout police have quizzed In two long man the telephone jingles and roughly informed by'friend Mr. ness r ) I sass aM_S.S.esa ahvaO.P .i '711 W. Church St. Tel. 986
of ----- -
The couple Is on trial for the sessions.A some guy who says his name is Stevens that I wasn't Interested I i am ( i

murder of the girl's parents Mr. youngArmy veteran, meanwhile Stevens calls me by name and -that I never bought ticketsor saw that In'
and Mrs. Walter E, Overell who was being held in a Meridian 1 EST
wants to know how I'm getting made contributions over the j girls 4t For The NEWEST And B
were, killed by an explosion. believed Miss, jail for ,investigationIn telephone. He was still whining
to be that of a bomb, on .the Refoule slaying, authoritieshere along. about crippled children and I>the get TILE TILE FLOOR COVERING
their yacht were Informed. His name was All the tae Fm scratching my I LINOLEUM
I hung up
the afflicted when the
head and trying to figure out
Hollle Meeks.Presbyterians he
given as "Who in the heck is Stevens?" the phone and cut him off. II I \ WILLIX & WRIGHT TILE CO. -

TERMITE CONTROL He knows me all right: from his Smart racketeers and glib-ton- He l{ \ SUII
Ban "unique"r '' .. 1ZOO N. MILLS ST. ORLANDO PHONE
conversation I was convinced thatit gued promoters travel about the I .
It TEAKS OF DErENDABIUTTCALL. I Women From PulpitGRAND I was someone rd known real country milking an unsuspectingpublic the
PHONE oa WRITE of millions of dollars annually the they Morey
RAPIDS Mich. F.AP1 well.After taking up about five minutes with this telephone solicitation I defects. However,
U, L. COX I Presbyterian Church in the USA I I talking about what a swell racket. It's' an old gag and a male standpoint I

71JW IRMA ST. announced yesterday defeat of a I day it was and how am I doing, you would think reputable organ- are easy on the MEINER'SFamous
proposal to permit ordination of I I he gives me what I assume is Intended izations would steer clear of it, I .
women as pastors. The proposal to be a hint as to his Iden- but unfortunately groups like Ki- + +
gained 100 votes 34 short of pass- tity. He remarks that "Joe toldhim wanis Rotary, JayCees and others Is cry I Harrington, house- I

age.A fall for the smooth line handed out Rd.: .
total of 128 votes cast againstthe S r by these promoters and agree to one but I Just like they For Fine Foods
proposal and eight recom- cLiAR1Ty.. shows or events with an I : really no reason to
mended no action. The vote was all man make them longer I
understanding that they get
taken by Presbyteries of the e the credit for doing a noble work or or shorter. PRICES GOOD ALL WEEK ,.
I and are in no way obligated. All told Most women
they do Is accept the money collected gun wear dresses and ,SOUTH AT DELANEY PHONE 2-1742
less actual costs and expenses skirts that are
etc.. and they never stopto at just below the I
tnt neI= tat At
think of what an injustice it knee. For com- EXTRA SPECIAL
is to the general public. gun fort and looks
Usually the racketeer gets thelion's see they are the best
length. Longer
to call me. Joe thinks you are share of any money collected. dresses than that 3 to 4>/z Lb. Local Dressed and Drawn
42,01 fulfill their part of the
April Average about the cwellest guy in town"He They do not add to
continues about good old Joe, contract of course, stage a danceor had

RAINKING $ 6 75 and of course I'm supposed to put amount on a show to much which and usuallydoesn't draws of the the attractive-wearer I ROASTING CHICKENS, Ib. ......49cCudahy's
SPRINKLER. ABCDIAPER know who Joe Is. But since there and resemble
are a lot of Joes, not to mention little attendance. '
the old fashioned
SERVICENew I I Puritan Cello
If business men would get smart Ready-lo-Eel Cudahy's
O. I. Joes. I am still in the dark. .' Of the
H. H. PARRISH course
and quit' falling for this racket
Now I am worse off than nerorye 9:40:
Accounts and Future wearer has a lot to
HARDWARE Reservations Are Solicited been talking to a guy that everybody would be a lot better lot ward looks of the shorter HAMS PICNIC HAMS
Telephone11'n' must certainly be an old friend off. It isn't necessary to buy a I ,
220 S. Orange Ave. ORLANDO WC4TCB TASK and he brings in another character of tickets to some show or make dir *

by the name of Joe that I contributions to some trick fundto jury Bond. housewife 9-11Ibs. lb. 59c 8-12 Ibs. lb. 39c
am supposed to know and still retain the respect and good-will Creek Ave.: ,
of fellow citizens. It is all rightto
.. I can't even ruess. of of longer dresses.
I hem and haw and stutter, but make contributions to reputable me look taller and Morreirs
Friday and Saturday A.M. arc reserved ;Just for you. he doesn't give me a chance to efforts like the Fight Against Can- .
Regardless of the car you drive come In and discover even get in a word. He continuesto cer, the Red Cross, The Association At I also
our Traveleis Servic. Plan-includtaf Free Lubrication. chatter away like a magpie andI for Crippled Children and : gives Yorkshire Sliced Bacon Ib ...49c
don't bea ,
break out in a sweat. Adults, and the like, but the
STIVERS-PONTIAC Finally he thinks he's got me sucker for the telephone solici-

a W. COLONIAL PHONE 2-Z31I sufficiently softened up so he lets tor., Be smart, and regardless of A new The Mutton Ib 39c
me have It. He is the guy who is what organization is sponsoring ing Young Leg Qf _......
putting on the minstrel show for the program if the solicitor is a on
the Independent Order of Bald stranger to you tell him "thanks and the
Eagles. There is a great organization but no dice," and you'll be doing on Morrell's Bacon Squares Ib. .35c
for you! They do more good yourself and a lot of other folks ed i ,

!than any other group. They care a real favor. ly a !

600 W. CHURCH ST. I for crippled children help the ; con ) # Coffee Ib. 44c
SELF-SERVICE LOW PRICES I blind, put flowers on unknown Ike Denounces War, Chase and Sanborn ,
graves and extend a helping handto I
Blames 'Human Greed'NEW
fallen women. like Mrs. Bond
WEDNESDAY. SPECIAL I Joe is general chairman of the YORK [AP] Gen. Eisenhower I like a change my- JOe Tea Ball Fire With Each Purchase

WESTERN committee: Joe told him to call denounced war last nightas For I go for the longer ;
45c :me and I'd be glad to help out by "an evil whose outbreak is the Kraft's DairyFresh ;.

PORK CHOPS lb.-------------- I purchasing a flock of tickets at result of human errors, human I
$2 a throw. Of course I understand ignorance, human greed"He from Caramels 1-lb. bags 29cFROZENFOODS
FREE DELIVERY ON LARGE I that every penny brought urged before the National DAY .
ORDERS 'in from the sale of tickets will go Board of Fire Underwriters that I Bill Folds
OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY I to the fund the Bald Eagles are the nation and the world treat. ]:,. :C'eihves,

raising for the aid of those suffering war as they do fire, with methodsto ing Repairing
with fallen arches. prevent its outbreak. was I
Maybe I don't realize what a JEWELRY

NEW STRIPED EFFECTS serious menace fallen arches real Orange Juvenile Court FRESH ersozcrYOUNG
ly are. Do I know that during the Church Street BERRIES pkg.C
., In awnings of distinction for your last war out of twenty million Salaries Get IncreaseA ;
home are now featured in
our young men examined by the I
offerings. We have exactly theY arm-' measure increasing the salaryof '
\ style and size you want All are ed services 9,863 were found to be Judge Mattie Farmer from I Ir Fresh Green '
\ made of heavy, durable weather. I unfit for military service because I BROCCOLI, pkg. _25c
[ $3000 to $3,800 annually was yes-
proof fabrics that afford complete i of fallen arches? Do I know how
protection against rain and' ;, terday passed in the Florida
the sun's glare. They represent: ,I many cases there are right In my t House of Representatives.The bill to Hare Your Beans, pkg. -.22ciPEAS, pkg. ____.__.25c
exceptional value at our present own community? Suppose I were { HB 1123.Introduced by Reps. Cobb i I that Fixed!
tow prices. to develop a case of fallen arches. i and Akerman. will also raise pay l -Reasonable-
It was the old telephone gag. I for the probation officer and the I -Commercial
ROBERTS BROS. .The. boys are at it again I 'I I clerk of the Juvenile court. I ists At 'MADDENS'service I Lg. Ivory Flakes _33c Lg Dreft __ _29c

AwnlBf .* Venetian BUad C.. AvenueFONE

IOC W. Smith Ave. Phoie 2-eMJ Olsen'quist. Milton G. Fab-child.E. Bray.. LeRoy'E. Frank How man 'I : 7726 i Lg. Duz ___ _3Icl Lg. Oxydol __ _3lc

serving Central Florida t Gardner H. Ryland Cox.FAJRCHILD. are 20 Tears Experience"

i Hunt's Tomato Sauce) Moll's Apple Juice


Regular $2.76 Waterproof Canvas i CONTACT US : 6 cans 25c I Qis. 21c
Homes Buflt at a Price to ave yon money.
2 to S-Bedroom Home 17,000 up.
a Weeks Will Complete Your Home.
Also Remodeling Choice Phillip's Delicious

Drive -693 Purple Prunes i'Chicken Noodle Soup

Wed. A.M.SPECIAL Ho 21 Can 19c f 2 Cans 21c


Special For One Week Stock Blinds The following are Delivery Prices 811 New 1MT 4-Doer Sedaas of the I Premier Premier
[BUTTON TTPEJ Chrysler and Plymouth Cars with standard equipment: I

Aluminum Plvmonth DeLvxe 4-Dour Sedan S137C.5I : Sliced Bests Diced Carrols
Suitable For: 36x64 $5.50 Steel 36x64 $3.50 Plymouth Special DeLiue 4-Door Sedan 114(3.01 .
The Beach NUT add sizes U both AJumlnim anti Steel at greatly redaeed prices. Chrysler Chrysler Rent Windsor 4-Door 4-Door Sedan Sedan .11131.73. $1991.18 No. 2 Cans 3 (for No 2 Cans 3 (for
Shopping 29C 29c
Etc. |
Diapers e We also have Inlaid Linoleum Asphalt Tile Con oleum and Chrysler New Yorker 4-Door Sedan J2372.M ,
Congo Wall Lfnolram.AMERICAN [Prices of other body styles om reqnest :


Phone 8043 863 North Orange AT*. Phone 2-2483 SSI N. ORANGE PHONE 2-0746



I Wednesday, May 28, 1947 < rlanfcn fHnnttarj 6tntintl Page 3

Adventists Hear I

Blaze Squelched: DuPonts to Press I .

Elder SkinnerThe t Rail Merger Fight \ WEDNESDAY

At Trailer ParkQuick i Edward Ball of the Alfred L duI I
Value of Christian PrincI- 1 Y Pont estate said here yesterday

ples was the subject discussed last I he would fight with "every pos- ,

night at the Seventh Day Adventist response by the Orlando sible legitimate step" the pro-
by Elder L. A. Fire Dept. yesterday averted what posed merger of the Florida East I
could have been a serious fire at Coast Railroad with the Atlantic
Skinner, an associate secretaryof Coast Line Railway. I
the Veterans' Trailer Park, E. 4tiiT
the General Conference, who' South St.. when the heating unit It was the first public statement I

recently has returned from the '" i? in ,one laundry caught fire and of duPont interests which hold a
Hawaiian Islands. I, \ t : slightly damaged the building. major share of FEC assets since
"Formalism and ritualism in II II I I The alarm was turned in by the May 20 ruling of the Inter- I
religion. he reminded the large ; Mrs. E. E. Sanadge and Mrs. C. H. state Commerce Commission inI "
,audience, "will never meet the : f t Chisolm, residents of the park, favor of the railroad merger. a-
crisis: there must be a vivid consciousness 41 : : who were'in the laundry and no- :
y of the real Saviour." ",,, N' 9i ticed smoke coming from the small 'i Jews Blow Up Train 1 1i
,' : \i 1
s Dr. Louis Christiansen medl- '" I room housing the heating unit and.i JERUSALEM [APJ Jewish un- :
cal superintendent!*. C. Larson fuel oil tank. derground blew up a railroad station AT SEARS
business manager, Dr. John Lt. H. P. Bailey said origin of I derailed a freight train and
Taylor, David Deerwester and k the fire was undetermined but ''sabotaged railway tracks yesterday -- r
:Miss Alice Larson. of the Florida F S probably was started by a bolt of in a new and widely scatted
Sanitarium staff, took partIn AA'' lightning overloading power lines outbreak of violence in Palestine. I
a symposium yesterday after- and causing a short circuit. i The only known casualty'was an : 500TURKISH}

noon at the medical hour. 17 I Arab woman injured slightly. !
Elder L. E. Reed. who was In ,f yl' f nY9 Y Japs Send Big WreathTo

charge of the denomination's wel- Fallen ComradesSAN ''I Actress Dvorak Engaaed I

fare work in China until his recent HOLLYWOOD [API Film Act- 1 "S I
return related his experi- FRANCISCO [API A 15- ress Ann Dvorak announced last
ences In distributing over 1,000 pound wreath three and a half night that she; and Igor Dega.i iI
which had been feet and made of I
several ,
bales of clothing across up II I dancer and actor will be married
sent to the Orient by the Dorcas hundred orchids bird of : in August when her divorce decree I I
Societies of Seventh Day Adven- I paradise and anthuriu arrived 'from Leslie Fenton. BritIsh-born I TOWELS'
yesterday route to the tomb of
tist churches in America. en actor and director, becomes final.'
Elder Robert Leo Odom.. for- the Unknown Soldier at Paris. .
mer editor of tbe'Watchman ---.. The wreath, reported to be one Greeks Free Prisoners I'
the speaker of the largest made is !
Magazine, will be ever a
,this evening at the 8 o'clock : NEW OFFICERS F--ORANGE COUNTY left 1-1right: W. T. Horan, treasurer; JamesB Memorial Day tribute from Hawaii I ATHENS rAP Gen. Napoleon Regularly .59

service, his sublet A Real. i Keith, first vice-chairman, and John Masek, 's Nisei-Americans of Japa- Zervas Greek Minister of Public
Christ for the Crisis. CHAPTER, American Red Cross, elected last chairman Roy Miller, named second vice- nese descent-to their buddies of i Order, announced yesterday that
275 political
prisoners held on the
the 442nd and 100th
Elder the Winter H. A. Park VanCeman.Church pastorof will I night at the chapter's annual meeting are, chairman, was not present fell in Italy and France.regimentswho Island of Zakynthos [Zantel I off WEDNESDAY ONLY

be the speaker at 6 am: ,devotion- j -.1.- -" .b I I the northwest coast; of the Pelo-
*=* r* would be
ponnesus released.
L\al3 and at 11 am. today the Italian Cabinet May

epeaker Elder L. will M. Coon be Elder. pastor Skinner.of the Red Cross Elects John Masek Leave Out Communists Dorothy Parker Divorced EACH ,

Jacksonville church.,will speak at I ROME API] Italy's two million I LAS VEGAS Nev API Dorothy
3 the novelist and wit, was
p.m.Success Communists threatened
I John Masek, fern nursery oper- Mrs. Sue Seidel. Mrs. L. B. Fort]I Continued peacetime activities I I terday with being left out of yes-the solemnly divorce serious yesterday as she ''r v
of Closed Shop ator. was elected chairman of the and Miss Emma Lundgren.New I by Red Cross chapters will Italian Government for the first won Alan a Campbell her Film Writer
cross com-
Cited WatsonNEW I Orange County Chapter. AmericanRed officers and directors contribute a great deal toward time since the war. plaint to his divorce. Both charged '
Ban by Cross at the annual meeting were elected unanimously after I perpetuating the ideals of Democracy I Alcide de Gasper, who offered mental cruelty, i
ORLEANS (AP] J. Tom of the group'last night at Soros- I the resignation of his cabinet i
Watson. attorney general of Florida !is House. He succeeds Lloyd Gahr. presentation of the slate by W. i and furthering world un- I May 13. announced he would try
said here today that the out- James B. Keith was named first J. Capehart, chairman of the I derstanding asserted. : to form a new Government from STOPS
lawing of the closed shop In his I vice-chairman, Roy A. Miller second nominating committee. I i Retiring president Lloyd Gahr : among his Christian Democrat fol- 666
State had"proved worthy and had i vice-chairman and W.T.Hor- Allen Carter. Atlanta regionalRed I commended the chapter's staff lowers and either a few independent CHILLS
secured the rights of all factions. an treasurer. They will take office Cross director, presented the I i executive committee and 1,500 technicians or representativesof
Here to address the Tri-State I July 1 and a secretary will be appointed -I local chapter with a certificateof 'volunteer workers for their efforts minor leftist parties. 166 for M.I"i.1; l Symptoms I FEVER ....
Bakers' Assn., Watson said that 1 by the chairman. I II achievement in the 1947 fund in carrying out local activities now gives you QUININE1
,since;: adoption of the constitutional -)I Directors named to serve three-I campaign and delivered the prin- 1 during the past year. Chinese Communists PLUS 3 MORE .".i.m.1; &r;i.$ c/.4 11oo._... Snowy white Turkish bath towels of fluffy
amendment outlawing the year terms included Mrs. Ray A.I cipal address. I| Gahr introduced as special I dr;gt conbntd- .s Totaqwnt m iDONT ......
closed shop in Florida, collective I TrovUlion. Adm. T. W. Lentzes. I I Ii "The future ,of Red Cross, like I guests W. J. Capehart, past chairman I Asked to Peace Talks cotton-deeply absorbent. And white
bargaining has been preserved"and Winter Park; Mrs. W. D. in its past, may be seen in each : : Miss Corinne Robinson, NANKING [API Chinese Com- goes
i ,
our strikes have been at 'a Stuart Pine ; community will to organize itself former executive secretary; Mrs. I Bt JUMPY PAL-
minimum." in Its two and one..'Hershell S. Evans Judge Victor Millitzer'l and apply united efforts toward :I W. C. McLean charter member; munists, banned from Nanking in II UsE T1CK-NOX with everything so you can use them with
March to I
half years of operation) he said Mrs. C. C. Magruder .I common good, for Red Cross is ,'Miss Elizabeth Rand first secretary were
the anti-closed shop law has, Btimpson. retiring chairman, :nothing more than a community of the chapter, and Roscoe come back for peace talks, and / I any color combination. At this low price
while the bid unofficial it
proved an unqualified success. ,Lloyd Gahr. Dr. John Branscomb. organized into effort," Carter I IWhatley. Red Cross field director I bore was ,1

:Harold Britt, Mrs. Rich Briley, Orlando Army Air Base. The a invitation Government was stamp.made by the special you'll want a supply to keep on-hand

Lightning Starts Fire I I Peoples Political Council, a Government If
Firemen reported no damage I said.Too advisory body. It asked to meet summer's demand for plenty of
Coal/ Contract Parley
from a fire yesterday when light Much Government Buying the Communists to send delegatesto f. '
ning struck the house of Judge 24 Hours Its sessions to consult on meansof towels. 18x36 in.
Frank A. Smith. 1226 S. DelaneySt. Postponed I ending the civil war. I

., starting_a small blaze. I WASHINGTON [API Operators May Put u.s./ Out of Business! i

representing 75 per cent of Summer Was Brief! r

CTfiP' MOTH DAMAGE the soft coal industry yesterday I I WASHINGTON [AP] The Government is buying up so WINNIPEG [API Snow fell lit JN4I4't SEARS

JlUl. FOR 5 YEARS postponed for 24 hours their next much stuff the Government is about to go broke. There's Manitoba and Eastern Saskatchewan Free your pet cl Irritating, N fSIN.11UJ'tuJ'II rev. tnw seats[[taeN
I I yesterday as residents grumbled Disease carrying Ticks with pIN tMNM..MM costa
contract conference with John L. nothing left for the Government to tax.
PAYS tot M MMAGIfrtrhw about "a short Summer.
ot Mo laiou*p ., GwrMtttd. h vrrkh.s. .M Lewis but declined to explain the I II I That's what the Government was told yesterday, but Winnipeg temperature was 36 TICK-NOX Orange and Washington Phone 9813
protect y ot.'fomlturc. bi..UO.dod ms nd delay. I there's a slight catch. It's the national Government that's above zero compared to 85.5 a year For Sale at Emrich's Pharmacy and
Fun fro M* di. :t',five vwn.or Bcrlouy I Other Leading Drag and Pet Stores.
y t, for KM d.M... 41c I Southern coal operators, speak; l doing the buying. It's the counties that are going broke.A I ago.
& Mill far five only 8c wtllllflCl'I ing for the other 25 per cent of I House Public Lands
omJhrlow.::: national will begin
ells rod.pny bd.p b. tau the output mlttee took a look
--.a..a-. ,s.M contract negotiations tomorrow sUbcom-1 .
l.a>Jrl.t. .*J Ay duno CM kilo.d.dtNsti morning with the United Mine Tuolumne County Cal,
i l.n.Uoikcn, nn wd Mlh.eSUARANme. Workers Committee headed by right pretty county it Is. I .

iDlCDI All Vice President John O'Leary. contains Yosemite Park. i WhySweat '
iDtKLUUMOTHSPRAYWay is sad lookIng '/ '
But its budget a '
I Norway Admits Jews thing Indeed said County I
to Relieve PARIS [API American Joint i Supervisor Ernest Hodge. It DODGE
Distribution Committee said yesterday it
I .amounts to $500,000 a year and NEW
the Norwegian Government
Icy PimplesWhen I was admitting 600 Jewish refugees I the non- tax- paying Federal .

your akin Is Irritated with from Germany and Poland who Government owns 72 per cent
pimples red blotches and other I I will be given employment immediately -I of the county r .

skin blemishes and you're crazy I upon entry and eventually "Under the present set-up, how out thisSummer THE CAR THAT'S REALLY NEW
with Itching torture I
here's quick will be given full Norwegian citi-much does the Federal Govern-
relief. Get a 35c box of Peterson's zenship.
Ointment at your druggist and !ment contribute to this $500,000
'burden" asked Rep. Clair Engle
apply this delightful soothing MTCMGIIT QUITS GOP POST

balm.Smarting Itching soothed relieved Your skin promptly.looks T.WASHINGTON McKnight executive[API director.of Henry 'I said ID-Call.[ Hodge.He ."Only about' $13,000" ? Style leadership with

better feels better.:Also wonderfulfor the Republican Open Forums said a bill before the committee *
Itching of feet, cracks between announced his resignation yesterday to have the Federal Government -
toes. Try It. Adv. effective June 1. I pay taxes on its property -
Is highly thought of in Tuol I known
I I performance qualities not
umne County.
The scene; shifted to Alameda No stoomfag' IIHI,

I County Cal. I'

One of Its county supervisors. no sticky hum kJty
STRAWBERRIESPopular million
Harry Bartell. said the Federal before. Nearly a quarter
Government has bought so muchof
the bay area for ship yards, with a nw ffi!
storehouses that county government _
is going bankrupt. Room Air Condition this
flavor for Ice "The Federal Government [ owners now enjoying new

he said "now owns 56 per cent
cream, candies and sodas ',' of the city of Alameda. This hi your office

sort of thing Is going on all over
prized as fresh r : the country. the -and your horn world of Fluid Driving experience.

Since most of committee I
fruit and
jams members are from the West,where
If the great parks and forest ranges r
jellies. High are, the complaints got a favor-

vitamin C, a pint tiyv able As hearing.Chm. Barrett m.-Wyo.] ,
pointed out: "the Federal Government .
about 120 cal I
owns more than half my ;
I State. I'm really not a CongressI -
ories of food
energy. man at all. I'm just a territorial

I delegate.

I Obituaries

I Mrs. Gertrude Hart of 1761
Michigan Ave.. Winter Park, died
t I at a local hospital Tuesday. Be-
sides her husband William Henry
Hart, she; is survived by five
Is Nature's nearest '.r daughters Mrs. Jane Elizabeth
?, t l
j Brown of Illinois and Ellen Ger-
complete food easily J
4n 1 I trude Georgia Louise Jessie Lee z
digested and univer- I and Mary Ruth all of Orlando:

sally liked. It is de- w i II one son Grover Hart Orlando;and
d i three brothers. Dr. D. J. McDan-
I 11 v e red complete, -- Nets I Chicago. Grover McDaniels

fresh, pure and ready ,Terra Haute. Ind. and Oscar Mc-
:Daniels, Urbana. HI. The body Work, rest, sleep in moun- .
to eat .. a,quart furnishes ,
L : '4 Yt ; I jwill be forwarded by Fairchild tain-top comfort even when
about 650 cal- M.: v 1 Funeral Home to Carbondale HI, it's hottest. A Carrier Room
:for services and Internment. I
ories. 'Air Conditioner
a I gives you
Hurt in Collision I I the climate you want-filters -

I out dust and pollen-
4 1 John Newton Geiger, 18. Win-
Makes more room In dermere. was reported In "poor" circulates dry, cool air with-

your refrUeratorhen i condition last night at Orange out draft. Ventilates in win-
stored in the space- Memorial Hospital tollowing a Three
'-' ter. smart models in
avinc. e.S.tohandleand 4.k collision between the motor bike
bard to.break walnut for any room. Quiet
which he
on was riding and a
square bottle. parked i! car on W. Church St.., easy to install. Built by
'I near the Orange Blossom Trail. Carrier, first name in air / % THf LOWKST miCED CAtt
I The youth was suffering from I conditioning. Ready for de r WITH tam.nafva
concussion and a broken nose It livery. See them today.
j I was reported.

DATSON DAIRIES I I 'Christus'OARMISCH Fined-as PARTENKmI Nazi: j --- : .

I CHEN, Germany [API AloEs Lang. FALKNERIncorporated ORLANDO MOTORS INC.
,, I 6. tavern keeper who was the last ,
man to portray Christ In the I I ,
world-famed Oberammergau Pas- Sales and Service 26 W. COLONIAL DRIVE PHONE 8151
]148 W. South Phone 9835 sion Play, was fined 1,000 marks I It"h.
I [$1001 yesterday by a denaz1fiI 9889 1620-26 N. Orange ORLANDO FLORIDA
I cation court which ruled that he I l ,
i was a follower of the Nazi Party.


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dany: except Sunday. New Year'. Da,. Fourth I rCU-B-:4: TMATS FOR ME.WRAPVOORST E IN U1NE\ FOR
ct .Jub'. Labor Day. ThanMrfrlna and Christmas::: by BRAND' U.S. Munificence
SUtttteal Co. (Orlando Dallv .1PaPsr$. Inc 1 at 338 Politics and Cancer I I 'V 'FLJPSOLDF.JcONATUI.ATIONS. to Europeans

South Cranf' A**.. Orlando. f la, NEW 1947 JUGGERNAUT AMD ( 5U2 i THAT JOBS A I
at the Post Offlc. at
Cnterw.Ortandfy rtorlda.as second-class under the natter Act of March 3d. 1879. lr, DREW PEARSON I PAID ABOUT.350O BUCKS Irrl' \ D2EAMBOAT. YOU'LL ', Called Start of More Trouble

TELEPHONE Departments 4161 WASHINGTON-It looks! as If politics had entered FcR I-r.___ % ? ( GErv.soF
I .
Subscrlpuon Price 3>e Per Week.|1JO :Per Mo. Into the fight against cancer. I :: %, I '1 PLEASURE our I Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel: \ .

M-irtM AmnttH Pusuww Hnur kit,, EsrroRiAt Diticroi That Is the only Interpretation placed upon the cf71 \ oir.'u I As long as we are forced to tote cy 4'
A. Dia. '.. the troubles of the world It certainly
Jour C-WTMON, GM. KUa. MAMCSI. T. Uwimci. strange fact that James Adams. chairman of the _._\
_ _
should be
C. W. L cnT. IUL M... losnrr f. WALTM. Cuss MIL up to us to say

EAII HIII...... Nrwi Euros NMSUT CONSONMI, Sac. Tsui.HAIOLS r American Cancer Society and also I'i / to whom and how much we are
HAMILTON CII. MIL Cutus MIKIM rliSS Surr.I. chairman of the giant Standard i willing to give. This Idea of other

W. LSMMOM, CITY elL Mae R. T. Mius Tryp. S rr. I Brands Corp.. never friendly toward nations telling us what we must
the Truman administration do and how we must act Is getting

Member ef Tbe Assoclattd -Ten 4 II has told the Senate the Cancer tiresome. ,We are simple repeating -
Th. Associated Press is ezclusrvcly) en. the same old mistakes we
titled to the lisa for re-publication of all Society did not want approxiI .
made after World War
I. helpIng
news AspaUhea accredited to it or not I mately million.
oOierwlM accredited to this paper and $5 Europe get back on her feet .*.fr\ -J
also the local news published herein. I The House earlier voted $17- In order to start trouble again. -
All rirhts for re-publication of special for study of the disease
dapate'we' herein ar. aIM reserved. [,which claims 175.000 American ON THE WAY HOME TO ((WHAT 114) \ \ I h ,I H, T. m C

PAGE 4. WED. MAY 28. 1947 I lives a year. Ordinarily the HouseIs SURPRISE THE LITTLE WOMAN \ lover hard to have to be kept awake so
much more parsimonious than Dog Explains much at night; by the time I am

TODAY'S THOUGHTSOnly 'the Senate. Time after time A 1928 JALOPY KISSED\ 1 Unavoidable Accident awakened three or four times by

they would that we should remember the ''House: penny-pinching has been GULLIVER'S\ DEAMB3T'j : Editor. Orlando Morning Sentinel: these horns it's almost impossibleto
get back to sleep again.In .
Oalatians 2:10. i I would like to use your newspaper
poor.- Pearson restored by the senate. But tnis several Northern cities [and
as a means of contactingthe
the leading nlckelnurse'rs
time even
probably all] there are strict laws
A poor man served by thee shall make thee rich; in the House did not balk at the $17.328- people struck whose dog was accidentally against this noise nuisance during -
i and killed by
A rick man helped by thee thaH make thee the night, and they are so
000 voted for cancer research. I car Monday night. My husband
strong: strictly enforced. that we seldom
and I
were driving on Miller St.
Thou shalt thyself be served by every 'sense When the appropriation cot over to the Senate I toward Kuhl at 8 pjn. when several hear auto horns at night. In a

Of service- thou hast rendered. however a strange thing happened. The ? playing dogs darted Into the city the size of Orlando. whydon't -
Elizabeth Barrett they hate similar laws?
much more generous Senate voted to cut the $17- RICHARD PH A MAVJ, when street.we We reached felt no the impact corner but we If the City Council and Police

328,000 down to $12 million. KIEVAIA Department don't care, the
RENQ 1114 turned the car around and returned -I
Citrus Industry Caught Slumbering 52 c 'rt $V MCfl COeLS IIT-$ItiteIe Chamber of Commerce. should try.
Reason for the Senate action was testimony of to the spot In order to check to have this nuisance stopped.
--- more closely. There was a small I II ,
IT SEEMS TO us that the Florida citrus cancer Chmn Adams. He said that he did not brown and white I I When 'I lived In the Harwood-
dog lying dead
industry has been asleep at the switch. want the money to be spent under the supervisionof 'PITCHING HORSESHOES I In the road. I' Amelia_district Broadway] the

Our Government is getting ready to the U, S. Public Health Service. '. There was no mark on his body so year it's before-probably, it was all the over same Orlando thing.

spend about $600 millions for foreign relief Surgeon General Tom Parran. head of the U. S. and, we had heard no cries. we wherever there are these selfish

with the indications plain that the pro- Public Health Service. Is one Government official Deer 'Slayer' Turns SoftieI hope painlessly.he was We killed Questioned instantly neigh and I people,' since there seems to be

the next several will no law,against 1U
over run
gram years bors as to the dog's owners. but
never accused of playing politics. He has an excellent I "
into the billions of dollars.In I I could not locate them. After some ... : ,
record. Yet the head of one of the nation's BILLY ROSEI think I'm running a deer delicatessen!" discussion we decided to bury him -

addition foreign governments have largest food companies preferred having less money know a man who hired a professional killer to "Why don't you get a gun and shoot him?" I I rather than leave the little body School legislation; Support ;ii

private buyers in Washington.Food spent to battle cancer rather than have the direction bump off a deer. asked. on the curb to sadden the hearts

is what Europe and the Far East of that battle placed In the hands of Dr. This man owns a fine estate up In West. The Laird of Gahagan Gables looked hurt. "You of children on their way to schoolIn i Appreciated by English
the morning. Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel:
are crying for in a hurry. Food of the Parran. Chester. He's vice-president and principal stockholder know better than that Billy" he said. "'Gloves'never I If the dog was one of monetary I The Legislature has just enacted ,

nutritious sort. of one of the big whisky companies. WhenI handled a gun In his life." P '
will Into
value we be glad to pay the law the major recommendations
Instead. Adams spoke about the heavy cancer I
Top on the list of course are grains and met him 20 years back he was a beer salesman. "Well," I offered "why not have one of your I owners what we owe them. but I of the Citizens Commit

cereals fundamental staff of life foods. contributions made by Alfred P. Sloan head of A very good salesman In old assistants come up and rub him out? Someone I being a dog lover myself I knowneither !|I on Education. The support your;]

General Motors who regularly contributed over t deed. For several seasons like PetronI. money nor wdrds could j I paper gave to this program did al

But there is an opportunity to sell citrus, $100,000 to defeat Roosevelt and by the Pew he sold half the itS J./K( !JtlNPNI 1!fill' the empty spot on the porch i great deal to shape public opin-4

to the War Department and to the State needled beer consumed, OFF J.E The squire smiled sentimentally. "Poison I jesterday. ion and pave the way for favorable I
family of Philadelphia Sun Oil and Sun Ships, I, Petroni, the undertakers' friend? It's worth thinkIng 'I MRS. B. legislative action.
Department for their relief programs.The from the Battery to Spuy- m f "
which also regularly contributed more than $100 ten Duyvll Creek. '; about. On behalf of the school children .
war record of citrus in Great Britain \ \ I didn't see the flower fancier again until last and the teaching professionof
Better Care of
000 to defeat Democratic candidates Around Broadway he ) School Bus
alone gives us the sales pitch we need. 'I Saturday. lIe was coming out of the village camera Florida. I want to thank you
known "Gloves"Gahagan. \
was as
shop. I Property Urged by Reader for the 'great contribution you
What is the about it?
industry doing In the end. Adams proposed that an Independent We called him"Gloves" have made to education in
"How'd you make out with the deer?" I asked I Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel: our
So far as we have been able to find out, cancer commission be appointed to administer I because he never It4. :: him. I, I see by the Morning Sentinelof State.

it is doing exactly nothing. i dirtied his fingers with May 24 that the Orange County COLIN ENGLISH.NEPTUNE .
money appropriated by Congress. and proposed : Not good. said the ex-beer salesman. "Early :

Just think what the sale of 500,000 or a Charles F Kettering of General, Motors and Frank such an opposition details brewmeisa : \ this morning he came around and chawed a chunk I Thomas School Board Car Works accepted of High the bid Point.of -

million: cases of juice would mean to the Howard of Standard Oil as administers of this Government ter Into the foundation of out of the welcome, mat""What I N. C., to furnish 10 school bus I ,
Industry today, with prices jittering around money. the George Washington t happened to Operation Petronl? I bodies at a cost of $1,8'18.76 each. "Rollalor type water MOTORS pump. Poal-

uncertainly.The Bridge. Such matters .. ; asked. i We hear so much about teach I Live eovlinff. Can't overheat
How patriotically Frank Howard of Standard were handled by his or- cw "Oh that," said Gahagan. "It didn't work er's pay. It strikes me that If the -PLAY today-PAY tomorrowWYCKOFF'S -

Florida Citrus Commission is spend. Oil has protected his country's InteI'Psta-as againsthis ganizatlon. out. I located Petroni and told him I had a job for School Board would turn their

ing plenty of to investigate the him Asked him to the sawed-off in his attention to the !
money possibilities company's Interests-is Indicated by a secret A couple of weeks ago I ran Into "Gloves" again.It put car way our busses "Where Merchandise Mo\tf
,of an export market. Here are and drive up. 'Poison' arrived the next morning. I I are treated by those appointed as 2524 S. Kohl Ave. J>h. 2-2821
conference which he held with Nazi leaders in store at Mt. Kisco Village '
was In the stationery drivers i there would be a lot less
buyers on our Washington doorstep and explained the situation. Told him there was a
Holland In the Fall of 1939 after Hitler had Invaded where Eleanor and I summer. Oahigan! was togged hundred dollars in it for him. Handed him a box I need of ordering new bus bodies.If .
them wide
we are giving a berth. It justdoesn't out like Abercromble and Fitch ad. I will take the
an you trouble to :.
Poland.At lunch and took him to the brook where the deer ?
make sense. 44'Gloves' I exclaimed. "What are you doing i drive over Orange County you
that Standard Oil of of comes to drink. Fireproof iterate .
time New
Why not send one of the top salesmenof Jersey In that country squire get-up?" I I will see every school bus standingIn Movers of fine furniture

the industry to Washington and let him which Frank Howard is an executive, had entereda "Got a place not far from here:!," he said. "What went wrong? I"asked. "In the old the hot sun and rain sun ORLANDOTRANSFER
Fetroni missed.
deal of I. G. Farben to withhold from the ,U. S. "Gahagan Gables. Like for 'you to see It some days never i warping the roof rain soaking
do some honest to goodness door knocking.Our "I don't know." sighed "Gloves." "You can't and rotting the bodies.If & STORAGE CO.
time. I raise dahlias. Might have copped the
public the use of synthetic rubber patents. these Petroni out of our vigilant School Board
Congressional delegation is citrus. depend on people days. came I TEL. 7J19
prize at the flower show this Spring if not for that
minded! enough to give him plenty of back. It was the withholding of these patents that deer." the woods a couple of hours later. Climbed into would make It mandatory that

ing and the State has plenty of firm friendsin caused the U. S. to be tragically short of rubber "What deer?" I asked. his car without saying a word. When I tried to I I each to driver keep was these to busses provide In a when garage -
give him the hundred. he wouldn't take it. Said .
the Department of Agriculture who likewIse during the war. "A deer." he explained. "With horns on his he hadn't killed the deer. I asked him how come. ,i not In use. there would be con I'

would welcome an opportunity to be Frank Howard. meeting secretly with I. G. Far head. Like in the Disney pictures. There's one Petroni gave me a funny answer. '.:siderable these less money bus bodies.wasted The renewing II I \

helpful ben executives in Holland after Hitler Invaded .on my estate driving me nuts." "Ibe deer showed up at the brook. all right. extra money now being spent

We have a food value to sell. The'buyers Poland wrote a letter to his company telling how "Why nuts?" I said. "They're kind of pretty." I was about to let him have it in the head when I i could be used to boost teacher's usm CnRS

are buying. Let's take a real shot at working tic had arranged to take over the Nazi patents and "Not to a fellow who raises dahlias" said Gahagan. he looked up at me. Sort of friendly. He had the pay I I _

at our business. hold them apparently for safekeeping even If the "Every night that walking hat-rack comes prettiest eyes I ever saw Something like my old I I drive over the entire county 500 CENTRAL AVE.

United States came Into the war against Germany. out of the woods and chews up my best flowers. For lady's. It would have been like shooting my own : of Orange and I have never seen

"Pursuant of these arrangements** Howard dessert he gbes to work on the Imported boxwood mother And for that a hundred bucks ain't a ingle school bus properly cared

What About the Gambling ProfitsAs wrote his home office "I was able to keep my hedges that set me back three grand.The bum must enough." for. All of them take the weather LATEST RECORDS
appointments In Holland where I had three daysof and are made to like it. I
a Solution for Our Tax Headache? discussion with the representatives of the I. G. I I trust that our School Board _

IN MAY we told a story In these They delivered to me assignments of some 2,000 WESTBROOK PEGLER SAYS I conditions Investigate.as described.They will find the

.EARLY foreign patents and we did our best to work out
the important money I J. WALTER OOINS.i .
complete plans for modus Vivendi which
a would 1101COlLEGE
the race track boys in Florida making i _
were operate through the term of the war, whether the PARK
From MartinisI I
each to Reporters'I DR. PRo
90-day season. United States came In or not." Woman Urges Ban on Auto

We urged that the Legislature look into Note-Adams' move to play politics with cancer !I Horn Nuisance at Night

this matter and consider reducing the percentage was successful. The Senate upheld his proposalto WESTBROOK PEGLER your beautiful prose and let it bleed to death and ,Editor. Orlando Morning Sentinel:

of the gambling dollars which the knock $5 million out of the cancer fund. Sen. Well sir at first I thought that Zaney Swopewas here It is already below the fold of page four. I I Can't something be done about

track operators are allowed to take back Pepper D-Flal tried to restore this fund but was pulling a gag because this telegram said: Well. Perry's was a small round room just off I'unnecessary blowing of horns In

North with them each season. outvoted 35 to 24, by the Republican majority. 'B rnard M. Baruch and Herbert Bayard Swope the entrance to the World Building and there was !'the night? Last night [Sunday]

know a sink and the bottles were on the drainboards and'it was terrific at North Main and
We of no commercial enterprisein invite you to cocktails to meet the selected re- I
According to confidential diplomatic shelves around but there actually bar Livingston at %:30 am. besides at CLERNERS
the State which is able to accumulate dispatches. porters'attending the seminar of journalism of the on was no Intervals the
throughout night
Intelligence agents have worked their Into at alL You. just ordered from the fellow and paid
way American Press Institute whatever the be-hell
profits of$8% million in three months time. I also every night there Is some of
the hierarchy of the French Communist the at the damper and there nothing to
Party. that Is. "Columbia School of Journalism, from five guy was
Why then should the It. For those of us who have to
They have learned that the Communists are readyto I to seven o'clock at Sherry's 300 Park Ave.'and lean your elbows on or lean against. So the< get up early and go to work. It's
Down Tampa way Editor Ed Lambrightof take complete control of France but-and this so forth. customers stood up and after the second or third 1-

thr Tribune recently said the same thing is a bik but-by legal means. hoist people would get tired and either go on homeor
So I
j wired him back that In of the
memory After June lit Read the article .
in a slightly different manner. He The Communists up to Andy's or some other place where you could starting o
urges have resigned from the
dear dead
days at Andy's seminary and Perry's and Our Office and Display Room Page 5, June Readers Diceit
that the State seek additional French Government. sit down. But not to Sport's dump because this
revenue by As a result they receive I I the key club under Brooklyn Will be located at

taxing the gambling dollar more heavily. none of the blame for the things now going wrongIn bridge where the dean was a was before prohibition and Perry's was absolutely 423 W. CENTRAL AVE. "WHENWill

Our is to take France-.namely food shortages, black mar- legitimate and went out about the time that sport
plan at least .2 of the 7 tough mick named Sport Halla- "
cents the track operators are allowed to keteering. agricultural. confusion and labor han who got himself appointed a started in down there under the bridge. Perry's was Slade.Booth Show Case Co. You Be Sued?

trouble. the only place I ever heard of that really did Phone 2-4271 See forComprehensive
lift from each $1 bet and give it to the prohibition agent so he could ride us

State. The dog track take of 12 cents on As the only party outside the Government the his own loads in from Freeportand specialize In cocktails whereas you see all the sign"COcktalls" Personal!
or "Cocktail Lounge" and that
Communists are convinced that In next Fall's confidentially Pegler.
every $1 bet should ,be trimmed to 6 cents my Concrete Brick Block Liability
election the French I everywhere these days but It really just meanssaloon. or
people disgusted with the Inability -: Wi friend that sentence has got clear
and the difference given to the State. The Perry's made a wonderful martini for 15 FROM $10,000 for $10.00
of the I
more conservative groups to make away from you so you better get $50,000 for $13.50 -l.
dog tracks also should lose the breakage democracy work will give the Communist Party It out and start over. cents and when I say a martini was wonderfulyou Foundation to Chimney Top $100,000 for $11.00 9'

money.: It belongs to the State. control of France at the ballot box. All right. so I wired Herbert know It must have been good because thereIs ALLARDICE CO., INC.

Florida went into the gambling business I that in memory of those dear dead the omeriest, meanest. no-dam-goodest mess of Masonry Contractors and Builders Hall Bros. Agency

in 1931 when Daughters of the American Revolution stuckto days In those old seminaries rancor ever concocted and It causes more fights and
we legalized racing. The tales stately Est. 1919 TeL Z-1S9J lit N. Qranr TeL 5189
which came back from Tallahassee after their racial discrimination for Constitution Hall that throve when the more people get their glasses broken and arrested

that session about lobbying activities on'the I last week but dldnt hesitate to eat hi the YMCA newspaper business was supposed and divorced or account of martinis than for any

of cafeteria where Negroes can dine with whites. UJHIIIMUI i i -ito be concentrated on Park Row. other reason. Ae.nr le rrrii..' ru..I.,
part racing promoters were testimony YMCA food was too good. i ejier although it really wasn't any more They can tell you all they like that he favored

enough that the boys figured to get rich in localized on Park Row than the oldfashloneds but I tell you old man Rooseveltwas I Scientist I :

a hurry. It didn't a martini man so It is no wonder he had to I A lir'. -
come out during the Palestine UN debate theater business Is localized on Broadway today. rcrI _
The evidence is that they have gotten. but the grand mufti of the Arabs who was I The Journal and American were over there on, stash square-face behind the clock and In the HORIZONTAL 3 Eft pvi
rich, many of them, for the past 16 years. represented to New York and by an Arab delegation I even forget the name of that sort of little square umbrella stand to keep the old girl from findingit. rEr a. fS1
I Pictured 4 Near lb,)
It is time Florida stepped in and limitedthe once made a brutal proposal to Hermann Goering.In I and the Mall was on City Hall Place and the One slug of square face plus one slug of that 1,9 scientist ALVD lON.iLJ'

profits to the sure shot gamblers to a January. 1944. the grand mufti. then in Berlin I Tribune.that was before the bleeding hearts messed rancid Ivey juice they call Vermouth and a guy 13 Sap Level V HT0N ''

wrote a formal letter to Ooerin proposing that I in his job could make a revolution.I 6 Spanish _
reasonable amount, meanwhile taking It up and the Sun Papers. morning and evenIng. 14 Greek islands
the Nazi Luftwaffe bomb don't think Perry's ever served an oldfashlon- measure
the Jewish city of Tel were on Nassau and, pardon me all Mr. P. 15 Propel a boat '
proper care of the State institutions over. .
by voting ed. I don't think this heard of 7 He helped
-because Tel Aviv had contributed 80.000 but mess ever was until p 7
weren't 1a1nllOmethin about
you Amatory
itself a bigfg r share of the loot. soldiers to the Allies. I and the seminarians? Pop Swope prohibition because In those days if you wanteda 18 Split puke _develop thebomb M N

fruit salad or a vegetable dinner you went to a 19 Rest
So I wired Herbie about those old seminaries 8 Network 27 Salt 42 Insect
restaurant and ordered It like a man. I don't think 20 To wit
Orlando where some of us used to do a little drammlnr 9 Branch office 28 Obese 43 From
Morning Sentinel Radio they ever heard of an orange blossom in Perry'sbut 21 Unit
and hanging around although not me. very they did used to have a little cocktail called a : 22 Half an em (ab.) 29 Mineral rock 44 Pleaded

e.e6 WDao (1&0) WLor 0230) WOltZ (740) WOBO OM) WIMP nne WOHZ (70) much because I was drawing just $25 a week Bronx that had a smitch of orange juice and not I French Cab.) 10 Counteract 30 Is able 45 Unoccupied

5:15: Cbarcb Par,* RePorter In wfl44._ )aeveule'swa-a.y.ni=Or.Slim B1'im On .HUibtUtra aewa 3:45 Ol'u..otrp Take Pursuit of Hap esa News _,___? from the Up and you know how much cruising too bad anyway until you got your growth and I I 24 Halts 12 Chinese Haulers city Administer 46 Consider
'.30 $o'thlaad. 5ch 11..1111. _, 4 00 & Skip Farrell Show studio Party ___ radius that gave a kid even then.
Georgia ftambl.ra 4'15 House Party Studio Tour __ _, cut out the nonsense and either drank whiskey ordidn't 28 Central point
1:45 Studio Party 34 47 Rim
: _1I..m1aD BlTaDt aivu,. ..___ I 14 Frosty Expunges
Ofllrlla Rambler But lot of the
--- 4:30: Dr. Malono __ TMCA. Show _Studio Party a great stars of Park Row did 31 Meadow
1:00: Y..a Patrol __ JJ.w.-MuJio Clock H.w. ___ T_ 4'45 Alliance Church Tom Mix ___Studio Party some fellow-shipping in those drink. : 17 Not (preftx) 36 Comfort 48 Fasting season
'':15 Teen Patrol ___u Muleal Clock ,....Wornlnt Devotlona 8'oo Erie 6earetd T.rr7.11 Plratea _Studio Party _. dumps well now I You used to see some wonderful newspapermen I 32 Constellation 25 Aged 37 Puffed 53 Compass point
:30 Wek a OD 1 LIsten Wora. D..oUona .N..* ___ 1:15: Talk ___.__ Sky Klnc __ __ mustn't call Andy's a dump because It 33 He up
Party wasn't
andPerry's recentlyuon
':4' "-,.. ------___. Mt..-Muilo _. ._740 Club ____n_ 6 30 Jumpin Jarka Jack Armstrong _Radio Rodeo I around those old seminaries. But do you know I 26 Vegetable 41 At that time 55 One
':,00 cIa Ntwi ___ Martin Aaronskr.Ntn ___' _S'U Robert Trent _____ Air Lane Trio __- Lowell Thomas _.. was the most stately bar you could Imagine. who you didn't see? Herbie Swope and Roy theHoover r"'E'
: Witer Xlmbli Band of the Hallahan's was a dump all right and I ,,1 r r-r I ir rr 0
::1 Day 140 Club It smelled like -
Liii Curly Rhythm W. _740 800 Salute to Bone Fulton Lewis Jr. Supper Club i Howard. Roy had a little glassed off coop In a ..i.
e:45 Ivink o Club :IS Lone Ranaer Bob Lyle .._._ In the Sportllta I'\ national goat week In the old garden. for 1946 .
Parker Eelbe They kept .
Drifter _1. .
'TaO Club of the office
Up ,
-- 6JO Lone Ranger _, Dinner Musia _Muslo-ior Dining corner on the third floor and when II.\. .
9 8:00 IS Ki-Dick. Jeannl BnaUait Club _N... ___, IIU: Newi A Scores Sports Parade ____ H. V. Kaltepbora I I j| the windows boarded up as a stall for the tax he and Archie Parke our cable rewrite would '35: Strained
)rnta Devotlona Brtakfait man -
Club 740 Club 38 Area -
;:30 E-wlyn Winter -. ----- 7:00 Jack Canon Headline '( people and the prohibition department to make measure '1 Ii
Braakf$ Club Wornafc a World I Edition Meet the Band get In a scrap about how to handle a story. hollering 9I
_I:4S Tmri' Sincerely Bnokl.a' Club Woman a World :: 7 15 Jack Carson ___ Elmer Delia _. Meet the Band it look like abandoned premises and half 39 Chemical '''''(
7:30 Dr Christian _CoL Record Shop. Paul B ', usually In their high pitch. It sounded like sea gulls just '
.Ar ur **!?tT WJ'Truo Btorir _Prtd WariM _. ___?__ Griffith : a dozen teentsy red-hots suffix -[I ) '.u
10:15: Arthur ?""' Storr-B Crocker -Fred Waring _1:45 Bill! Henry h Col Record Shop-It a Daneetlme _-_ spitting like tomcats on after lunch time as the boats on the European run I 40 Burmese ; : : .
10:30 ?agbiona la Uuate Betty Crocker -Jack Birth ShoVT 1-00 Frank Sinatra Gabriel Heatter _Hlchway Patrol a gas plate that burned up the oxygen. Block Island. I -r' s
come past
18 45 Rwmary Lut.nlp Port .._Bo" (15 ____ demon
wt RTthm : Frank Sinatra Loral News Musical Showcase j I guess I will tell tomorrow
11:00: Kate Smith Bpeaka Tom Bnmaaa ..OM and ?4.T_1 a.30: Dinah Shore Name That Sent Musical Showcase you what I was Herbie and Roy weren't exclusive or'short In 42 Next to- : .
11:15. Mil.Worlaa****''* Tom Breoemaa ..Old and New __ J.45 Dinah Shore .._._ Name Thet Sore Mualr.t-i howr... going to say about those seminarians of the American the reach when the tab fell but they always 48 College degree zr z
Miles Trent u__ HallFWoocS Story _Word and Unite. '00 Sound Oft Did Justice Trlump Big Story ______ Press Institute and kind of finish were -
UJ Our-0.llIlInd.7 ? Ted Malono -Word and Mutle Lit: Sound OK ____ Did Justice Trtumn Big Story ._____ up about hustling with something more important to do. Cab.) --sr-- ;r--
ra.i'. Kuy Baker _N'*a _____.____ B:30 Information Please Uliam Greene _Mod's Cea 'n HaD j Perry's and just some odds "and ends. I write They passed a lot of people in Perry's and Andy's.Well 43 Tree !a I
12:11 W. Pwkllla Kenny Baker n__ Hal Melntrre ___ 1:41: Information PleeseLatia Serenade ._Mod n Cone'rt Hall triple space and usually try not to run over four .50 Oozed i "ISiConsume r ;' i'fyT !-
12:30 U-.u. Show Mrrr Or"Mn ._?, Veu News Review 10:00 Mystery of Week Etna Crosby .._ N... ____r. Z7 I look where I am. They will probablyclip ..
12:45: Rtad of Ufa Noonday MuileaU, Belie,. _.___ I pages very much because otherwise
It Or Rot 10:IS Jack Smith Blue Crosby _Harkness of Wash they slash this one off just back of the ears. -
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3 00 To Bo Announced LatftM. Be Seated MuU Unlimited"! 12:30 Daiwa Ore'". Members of the Orlando Exchange talks by club memberson mrmber; J. A, Slade. W W. "ERTICAL
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E iOO 8i ja Ott by resolution opposed a pro- from a list prepared by Paul I|W. Heasley. ...%Oll.(3rIaidin .
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Wednesday, May 28, 194) Orlttnb 8arntng gra2tttel Page 5
rModerate'GradeRuIes Raid on Citrus J I 1

Ad Fund HintedContinued l Business Tax Relief Branscomb Raps i Melon CarLoading

Proposed by Committee [ from Page 1] Amendment Stalled i Racial ClashesSpe i Season Peak Hits

money in the ad funds is not gen- I

I eral that tax State revenue trustee but Is for collectedby TALLAHASSEE [AP] A proposed Constitutional [ ial! to Orlando Morning Sentinel] [Spednl to Or'anrh Mir -3 Cri',ret, )

[Citrus cial account and as that it is a obli-spe- amendment permitting tax exemptions to new industries LEESBURG-The Rev. John I I LEESBURG-Loading of Lake

FCC To Study 1 i Groups Industry Fears gated to spend it only for those locating in Florida during the next seven years was voted Branscomb. pastor of the First i County watermelons hit a season's

purposes for which it is collectedthe down by the Senate yesterday but proponents moved to re- :; Methodist Church of Orlando told 'I high of 38 cars here Monday.
To Get Five advertising and promotionof : ,I Prices ranged from $700 for 24-
consider the proposal today. the Kiwanis Club here Tuesdayhe
< I II pound melons to $1,100 for 36-
Florida citrus as ordered by > .
The measure which already $300,000 as originally proposed. was "grieved to read of the
4 4Er Slashes the Florida Citrus Commission. : pounders.
Plans June New Members : Budget I I Legislative seizure of such funds bears House approval was defeated An $80,000 unspent balance of hatred and prejudice against Ne-
I Approximately 175 have
2017. three-fifths favorablevote cars
I for transfer to the general or A an old appropriation to build a'' groes in those sections of the South
I any of the Senate is required for where racial incidents been shipped to date Lester
I I I Spanish-American war memorialat have occurred -
Voting by
JACK'GURNETT LAKELAND rAP [Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel] othet account which actuallyly adoption of proposed Constitu- Tampa would be reappropriated recently. !1 Faulhaber. Leesburg shipper
Florida citrus shippers yesterday LAKELAND-Growers Administrative constitute double taxatiOn'they I said. He
Correspondent predicted shipments for
[Our Own tional amendments.
i I for the by a bill passedby I
indicated that the new Shippers argue. I purpose Intelligent men see the need
k LAKELANI -Steering clear of and Shippers Advisory Supporters of the proposal and sent to the | this week will total 500 cars.
Advisory Committee which takes I I In one or two instances it is the Senate of all people having an oppor-
o-called "Interior Quality. a special ', office Aug. 1 will be composed of Committees handling details of known that the Florida Citrus claimed Its adoption would bring House. tunity to achieve the most they : Rains of the past few days have
citrus Industry, grade committee I three old members and five new the Federal marketing agreement i i i''Commission-and this dates back! : new concerns and extra payrolls The House passed. 74 to 1, a ran. he said adding, "everyone : greatly benefited melons, but
I 1 into Florida. Opponents asserted bill reducing counties' shares of growers if there is much more
several say
years-has committed the should have equal chance |
John B. Ruth dl- called the Florida I
; yesterday on
headed by relieving new concerns from taxes :
ones.The costs of indigent
surplus almost up to the hilt to hospitalizing I rain moisture-caused; diseases may
viiJon manager of the Florida Cit- Secretary of Agriculture Congressional delegation to see discourage raiding by Governors would "be a burden to the entire tuberculosis patients in State san- : America must set an example In begin to appear in melon fields.
In making appointments to the in the State." democracy for the rest of the
that proposed reductions
at Winter Haven :
rvt Exchange or Legislators who saw a big juicy I
I committee Invariably has namedthe USDA budgets do not affect the The amendment is similar to the world to follow the Rev. Brans- I
yesterday recommended setting up i I eight men highest In the ,operation of the pact the market plus And ready there to pick.have been times one now in effect which has exempted Court Building Approved I I comb declared Town Topsy-Turvy

of a permissive Grade A for oranges balloting. :news service or other facilities of I'I I when this fund would have reali i new concerns from tax- WASHINGTON [API The ,, At present the world has an un- i
and minor alterations In I Topping yesterday's vote were .value to the citrus Industry. ly been a plum-with upwards of ation for 15 years. Concerns affected office of Housing Expediter ap- easy peace and if it is going to : After Job Swaps
Diner varieties. I, Howard Phillips Orlando; R. o I A letter was ordered drafted ,i million dollars hand. by the current amendment i proved yesterday construction of be made successful, there must
Under recommendation of the I Parks Williams Leesburg, and I to Senators Holland and Pepper. i a But today as Chm.on Bill of expiring Jan. 1. 1948 would not be a new $1.600000 Supreme Court be world-wide brotherhood he i LA BELLE TAP] Townfolks yesterday -
ccmmlttee.' which has been passed Ralph Meitin Zellwood. all mem- Rep. J. Hardin Peterson and others the Citrus Commission ad Story affected.As I Bldg. at Tallahassee. Entire Flori- asserted. were recovering from the

along] to the Flor- | bers of the present committee, I| in the Florida delegation mittee recently] warned the com-FCCis drawn the amendment da delegation in Congress joinedin The Rev. Branscomb. whose ad- effects of a celebration held Monday -
Ida Citrus Commission and John B. Rust. Winter pointing out the value of the mar- thin would apply to new textile wood urging issuance of the permit dress was loudly applauded by the I in which "the butcher the
"skating ice" and
to come I Haven: Fred W. Davis Lake keting agreement to the Industry surplus on to attack and seizure any pulp, aircraft, ramie, automobile, ---- -- -- ---- club, said an ideal program for '''baker and the candlestick maker"

up for discussionat Wales: J. J. Parrish Jr. Titusville; : and the State generally. I I by the open tSate would be relatively steel shipbuilding sugar and oil atoriam from $1.25 to 75 cents a America would be "enough broth- swapped jobs with some surpris-
the meeting of I Frank Hall. Lake Alfred and Raymond t i plants. day. The recentl passed general erhood, enough brains enough :ing results in an idea developedby
Wales small. A
L H. Kramer of Lake sagging market to both
the board In | I appropriations act carries suffic- beauty and enough bread"election
The bill to abolish the Boardof ;
F. Johnson Sebring. be i I Inez Magill. deputy clerk of
I GAC vice-chairman plans to canned and fresh fruit has caused
lakeland a week j Commissioners of the Everglades ient State funds to make up the
Growers will meet..to vote on court.
in Washington soon and ask- the FCC to go the limit in adver-
I i .
from yesterday, candidates for their committee i i ed for data which would assist tising. drainage district weathered difference.A I I will ballot on a pro- The county tax collector becamea
cording to Oen. today at Tampa, Tavares, Weirs-I him in presenting the case to But whether the fund had a an attempt to kill it and an House-approved bill to give posed Constitutional amend- waiter in a restaurant. The taxI
Mgr, R. C. Evans dale. Orlando Vero Beach. Sebring ,i the Florida solons. dime or a million dollars, the Intensity effort to postpone its effective the Governor exclusive powerto ment permitting consolidation I I assessors substituted for the cook.
there wouldbe and Winter Haven. I I of the fight that would be date for two years, but a final appoint the State Highway of the city of Miami and unincorporated ,The beauty parlor operator took
no change in iUl Yesterday's vote Indicated the', In an effort to bolster sagging waged to prevent the raid would vote was Introduced.A I Patrol director met a shattering parts of Dade County : over the hose in a filling !station.
t the specifications following eight men would be al- canning prices for Florida oranges be severe, citrus men say. proposal by Rep. Morrow of 34-% defeat in the Senate after Into Miami County after Senate An insurance agent who replaced
kfor'' the present jtemates I on the shippers' committee the committees recommended to I They would want to prevent a Palm Beach that the measure's I charges were raised that it would I okay yesterday.An I the beauty parlor operator quit
l U uS-one orange. Evans : Fred S. Johnston. Tampa: the Secretary of Agriculture that precedent being set. enacting clause be stricken failed "put the patrol Into politics." act setting up a six county : his job after three hours amongstthe
but In the permissive Grade A the I'John T. Lesley Haines City: PhilC. orange shipments for the two I There has been some champing 43 to 23. If successful, the amendment I I After tacking on an amendment West Coast inland navigation dis- hair-does and face-packs. A
ollds requirements would be rais- Peters Winter Garden S. 0. weeks period beginning next Sun- would have hud the trict to raise hardware clerk
: at the bit over the Idea that effect :exempting city and county airfields money by taxation, who was to work
ed by one per cent the acid and Chase Jr., Sanford: Ted Prosser day midnight be restricted to I citrus advertising money is paid of killing the bill. the Hause passed, 73 to 1. and use it to purchase rightofway -'iln| place of a garage mechanic was
ratio to be raised accordingly] and I Leesburg: J. V. d'Albora Cocoa; 126s and smaller.US-twos and bet- Into Tallahassee where a two An attempt by Morrow to a bill providing for licensing of for a Tarpon Springs to Fort|fired before he got even a speck
the juice content to be raised to I I Tom Turnbull. Lake Alfred andJ. I ter. Currently shipments are con- per cent drag is taken for "ad- change the effective date of the airports and regulation of their Myers canal became law yesterday of grease on his hands-he showedup
five gallons per standard box M. Morrow. Auburndale. fined to 150s and larger, but it ministrative purposes" to pay bill from July 1. 1947 to July 1. locations by the State Improve- i without Gov. Caldwell's slgI late for work. And the per-
equivalent: I was thought that by allowing 126s costs of handling the 1949 also was defeated 40 to 31. ment Commission. nature. petrator of the stunt? She sold
Under present standards solids Melon Car Loading to roll only those of good quality There also Is some sentiment money. on Debate on the bill was cut off as Other bills passed by the House I I Rep. Cobb of Volusia proposed peanuts.
for any lot must average not less would be shipped and thus give setting clearing office in adjournment neared. It will be and sent to the Senate would: amending the Constitution to provide j
than Individual nine per cent not the less solids than for Methods Illustrated the canning price a shot in the Lakeland up where all the funds on today's House calendar as unfinished I make State county and city l nds I I' for judical commissions to State Florists Elect
oranges business.A 'aid in selecting to fill
I not being used for public persons
[Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel n} arm.Howard could be handled direct. But one purposes
eight: per cent and the juice con- I of Orlando, SAC !
Phillips measure permitting countiesto available to World War II veterans : vacancies of the Supreme Court or Woman PresidentMIAMI
OKAHUMPKA The correct thing is certain-Collins can get a as
tent for 116 and smaller at least -
wanted the 126s released
member levy an eighth cent gasoline tax for homesteads of as much as 40 Circuit benches.A I
4 1-2 gallons and for 150s and way to load a car of watermelonswas but only in combination gradeor merry battle if he tries to tamper was introduced by Sen. Crary of I' acres and as little as half an acre bill which would require BEACH [API Mrs. Julie
larger, four gallons per box. I demonstrated for the benefit with citrus funds for general reve- 'I Thomas of Lake Worth
better. His motion backed by Stuart. Proceeds would go toward inside city limits. ,(licensing of owners and operatorsof yesterday
Members of the special com- I of growers and shippers at Hewe- Ralph Meitin of Zellwood. SAC nue purposes. building and maintaining city and I,1 Provide for licensing and regulating totalizers and horse race track became the first woman ever
mittee working with Rust madeIt :, lett Fomby's siding here Tuesday. : member failed by a two to six county roads and streets. private insect and vermin ticket printing machines was introduced ,I elected president of the Florida
The demonstration was given by vote. McCarty Goes Under Knife II of Har- 'State Florists Assn. She was chosen -
plain that the recommendations Extension lie also submitted a proposed eradication companies. A $15,000 by Rep. Taylor
the Florida Agricultural i FORT PIERCE rAP Dan Mc- at the 26th annual conventionof
as finally adopted did not Constitutional Amendment to be general fund appropriation was dee.
meet the requirements of the Service In co-operation and the with Atlantic a Retail Price Fixing; Carty. prospective candidate for voted on in the 1948 general struck out. in favor of a clause the organization. Other new
extremists In opposing camps- Lake County shipper the Florida Gubernatorial nomina- election providing that the requiring the Control Board to The human nose is capable of officers were George Tabor Glen
one wanting much stricter quality Coast Line and handled Seaboard Attacked in Court tion In the 1948 primary under seventh cent of the gasoline tax finance its operation out of its own detecting more than 6000 different St. Mary vice-president and Har-
roles with the others wanting Doyle Railroads.E. Tlmmons were of the extension by I I TAMPA [API] A 1939 Florida went an emergency operation for be turned over exclusively to the fees.The odors. old Turner. Boca Raton treasurer.
rules eased a bit-but the R. E. statute permitting distributors of appendicitis In Fort Pierce Me- counties for road purposes. Senate passed and sent to
and County Agent
draft presented the commission service nationally advertised goods to set morial Hospital Monday night.His Although new tax proposalscame the Governor bills changing the
constituted a "workable Norris. minimum prices for retailers was condition yesterday was reportedby hesitantly the Legislature name of the Railroad Commis- /ue6e/
compromise." attacked in Federal Court here attendants as favorable. continued to authorize expenditures sion to the Railroad and Public OI t -
Biologists; Confer yesterday as "illegal and void." Utilities Commission; establishing
On the commute with Rust are: I made Webb's Your Club TodayORLANDO in I a tobacco insect research laboratory
Contention was by The Senate joined the House -
J. B. Prevatt of Tavares. memberof I With Lake Groups City Inc. St. Petersburg Drug i : Rotary Club CofC Bide. voting a $500,000 appropriation for !l I at Quincy; and clarifying Installment Loan Department ,
the FCC and manager of the [Speciol to Orlando Morning Sentinel] Store and market in answer to : 12:15: p.m ClTlt n Club. Southland R.- construction of the Stephen Fos- the 1943 law banning high school
lake Region CGA; A. V. Saurman I tanrant. 12:15: p.m. Elks Elks1 Lodge 8:00 \ 4th Floor-Open 94. Sat. 9.12'
TAVARES Verne Davidson, a suit filed by Hiram Walker Inc. ter Memorial at White Springs on secret societies In order to exclude
of Clearwater member of Grow- biologist with the : p.m.AVON PARK: Rotary Club. Jacaranda based Youl!
I chief regional : the Suwannee River. organization membership on To Better Serve
ers Administrative Committee and Soil Conservation Service and H. Saute To Address Betel BARTOW 12.15: p Rotary m. Club Vaaonle Temple The House passed and sent to I scholarship and talent. I
official of the Clearwater CGA: R. Bissland of Haines City 12 05 p.m.DAYTONA I the Senate a bill appropriating Senators also passed a bill calling THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT ORLANDO
J. R. Bynum. Titusville memberof I biologist were in Lake County Graduating Class BEACH: Klwmnli Club. Palmetto $100.000 for development of Hugh for regulation of taxicabs out-
CGA and of the Nev- Clubhouie 12:15: p.m. and On Million Dollars I
manager Tuesday conferring with Walter D. of DELAND: American Leclon. Legion Han. Taylor Birch Park at Fort Lauder- side city limits by the State Rail- Capital Surplus
George Saute professor
Ins Fruit Co.; Bulord Gum Lake conservationist, 8:OO pm.EUST1a. road Commission. I IM
Shaffer county : dale. The Appropriations Committee -
of Lake Wales mathematics at Rollins College : Klwtnli Club. Grand View Hotel :
Wales manager the Karl Lehman secretary of the will deliver the commencement I 1215 pmKISSIMMEE. I had cut the amount from Voters In the 1918 general
eXJA John H. Campbell of Lees- i
J.. : t : US W.V. and Auxiliary.
Lake 'County Chamber of Commerce I
,.., burg, manager of Growers Mar- I address at Vero Beach High Fraternity Bide.. 6:00 p.m. US.W.V, 7:00
and others.
Service H.: G. Barnett of School tomorrow night speakingon mLEE9BDRO
keting ;
Davidson and Bissland are Interested : Rotary Club Civic Center. -
I Education for Peace. On Friday .
of the JohnS.
Plant 12:15
Barnes City operations manager;, Tom Turn- in the fertilization of I! night he will lecture before ST.: pm CLOUD: Builneu Men Club. 8:00pm *
small lakes to promote growth and '
AFTAC officers at the Orlando
bull of Lake Alfred general manager I I j 1 WINTER PARK:: Lions Club CofC Bide* ." .
of the Star Fruit Co., and number of bass. i I Air Base on Atomic Energy. 8:30 pm .' .

Tom Stewart. DeLand attorneyand

grower who has been agitat- fra
ing for higher citrus grades.

There were a few predictionsof <<
"a lot'of discussion' when the

matter comes before the commission -
for adoption on next o


Grade experts of the USDA who
have spent considerable time in
the State working on the revisions 3ni
with the committees are expectedto
attend the meeting with actual
samples of fruit to demonstratethe
various changes.
With reference to, combination
grade oranges the committee recommended -
that each orange be
well formed. Now up to 50 per cent YOU GET
in a pack may be "slightly mis- ate i "Y' .
i $100
aha pen." I 4 AM JIN
All other orange recommendations -
,,1lJLY .a945
pertain to the amount of ;

yellow orange color fruit must I THE NEV YORK STOCK
hate to meet various grade requirements SERVICE

with a slight tightening EXCH ANGE'SAID' :
up urged all along the line. i $ y
Only changes recommended for t
grapefruit was somewhat stricter ski

requirements for shape and J' PLEASE DO THIS-get out your \1 v t1
coarseness in the US-two grade. br '
r Series"E"War Bonds and check them

Compromise ReachedOn MORE FRIENDLY JNTEREST with the chart at the right. Then you ".. _

Phosphate Mounds will understand why we urge:

LAKELAND [API The Lakeland
"Hold the'E'bonds you already have
of and
Chamber Commerce phos-
With it's
us, not"just
phate mining companies have ...you can't afford to cash them in."
leached a compromise on the hot ta another car"buti

Question of levelling the unsightly 1( another valued cus- .

mounds left by mining operations tomer. When you ;
la Polk County. S

The mine 'operators said they For Real Mercury Service AlwaysSee leave your car for [TODArTHIS ADVICE'l5'w : .
would] recommend to their boardsof Mercury Service.you're ,
directors that a land restoration #' K
it will
program be begun at once Your Mercury Dealer 1/ sure TWO YEA STRONGER, !)
find Chamber of Commerce agreed serviced right-and \\s

to withdraw support of a pending be ready on time! m
legislative bill which would compel I
mines to level dug up land or forfeit The "E"bonds you bought during the kit: IP.
a bond of $300 an.acre. I
war have not only increased in value

Rejected Suitor Wounds but the rate of increase has steppedup

Girl, Then Kills Self MOlE .EXPERIENCED SKill MORE lONG-RUN ECONOMYMercury tool! .

TAMPA UPI Mrs. Dorothy Aa the chart shows, the increase in

:"Beachamp. her jaw shattered bya I.-, 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
bullet last night scribbled notesto value of an"E" bond is greatest in the Tit lit
doctors that told how cafe- Our Mercury- Serviceis
ewner Swain shot when she skilled mechanics, later years of the bond's life.. (White
refused to marry him and then economical the only securities this Exchange has
killed himself. I t using the most mod too-just com ban represent$75 original investment

They were parked In her I'I ern precision equipment ever recommended in the 155 years of
pare our established on an"E"bond of$100 face value-the
In a wooded area near Tampa. do NEW YORK
your ita existence. We : Save theeasy
the 30-year-old Plant City divorcee % work better prices with black bars show the increase in value urge you \
/\ wrote when William In- ,
faster. You any shop in town. Alwaysget this original amount) way through the Payroll Savings
jM. man: her friend of several months ter. get by years over
asked her again for her hand. 11 satisfaction assurance Mercury Servicethekind Plan or the new Bond-a.Month Plan. STOCK EXCHANGE
Note how the rate of increase
She refused. and Inman shipped of service that makes goes
tut..a pistol, smashed the prettywoman's 'when in the second three years-and The Series "E" Savings Bonds yon
jaw with one bullet and you get Mercury friends and keeps them! up goes
then fired another into his put away today offer the same return
head own I 71 II Service. ( np again even more sharply in the final

: four years!This is why the Exchange on your investment the same safety
Key West ; fc:; I)
Service Set "
advises you to put your bonds away as the War Bonds you bought during
Civil Aeronautics Board yesterday Central } until they reach their full value. the war years.You can buy them with

authorized National Airlines Inc. + Florida Motors Company '',
to serve Key West on Its flights The bonds of our Government are certainty..hold: them with confidence.

between Miami and Tampa and

Solon Dies ORLANDO, FLORIDA PHONE 2-2424 -

MIAMI rAP) William Behne.
r.:. former
Ohio state Senator
I .
died here Monday in, a hospital
lifter a long illness r .I'T'S OURWAY QF MAKING !
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; VUWJYY1ff&( I Page 6 (flrlanbn iBorntag SrtttUirl
/OJ I Wednesday, May 28, 19471 i I

I American Golf ,
BOB HAYES Washington

Florida State League By Pres. Al Combs advises the rules KelPs Hitting PacesTigers' Russell HomersTo Record Night ;>,

were changed recently regarding night games halted by

light failure and that the new ruling provides for con- Entries GainImpetus Crowd SeesDodgersWin Nips Yankees

tiruanceof games another day. Buster Kinard Palat- 4-2 VictoryDETROIT

ka outfield star of bygone days, is back with the Azaleas.He Bring Bosox

, was managing Moultrie for a spell. .There are two '

eerJor outfielders! off Joe Justice's hard-hitting Rollins nine that in Meet [AP] Combining the hitting of George Kell I II 'l With Late Rally

FSL managers should be able to find a spot for: Tim Tyler and Jim II' with the hurling of Al Benton and Hal Newhouser, the Detroit NEW YORK [TAP Paced by: Pee

Blilock. Both would like sr. FSL fling. Blalock. rangy end on the CARNOUSTIE.: Scotland [API Tigers beat the Cleveland Indians 4 to 2 in the rain Victory Over A's I Wee Reese's three-run homer and)I

Tar eleven. will coach at New Port Rlchey this Fall. : America's powerful challenge for yesterday, hending Bob Feller his fourth defeat of the'sea-I a pair of damaging singles by: :'' WASHINGTON rAP] Washington -

Ollle Barker. the softball pitching star has turned down a I the British amateur golf championship -. five PHILADELPHIA [ I Dixie Walker the Brooklyn Dodgers snapped New York's winning
son against wins. API 31 enRussell's
loiUYtire out-of-town offer to stick with the Denmark club. '. I I gained Impetus yesterday I' got to Left Hander Dave i ii I:streak at five games here last
Kell. lifting his slim batting first home
of the
lied [Curb Morrison the Ohioan who looked like the best back ., as five of Uncle Sam's Walker CUp r run
1 stars swept through second round Chisox Gain average 20 points to .324 with four season with two mates aboard i Koslo for five runs In the first II ]i overcoming a 4-0 deficit to

Florida had during the final Intra-sqnad scrimmage in March is : matches and only one. Smiley' straight_ singles, drove In three of enabled three Innings and went on to defeat ':defeat the Yankees S-4. and deal
.quitting Gatorland because he'd never be eligible for football there. the Boston Red Sox to snap I j jI
the Detroit runs Allle Reynolds his fourth loss.
f swat
Quick ell by the wayside: I the New York Giants 'l.lut
; .-., There' a possibility that Tom Burke another upland-coming I ted down by a teammate. j I Even Split : and scored the a four.game losing streak and I night. A crowd of 51,780 paying. I I Walter Masterson. who received

ttnnls star may enter Rollins. Sporting News plans a special By a quirk of the draw It fell other himself as] 'irt: stop the Philadelphia Athletics' I ,credit for the victory and Tom
leigne-by-league round-up of baseball activity for June 4 edition.... : to tall Ted Bishop of South Natick, With BrownsCHICAGO the Tigers tagged run of floodlight victories at seven '!spectators the largest ever to'i

f I I Mass- the Amer-I I Feller for eight last night with a 4-2 triumph. | witness a National League night Ferrick limited the Yankees to

IPftL Al Combs of FSL reports attendance at all eight league 'Ican amateur rAP Young Cliff hits in six Innings Earl Johnson who relieved Tom I game Jammed the Polo Grounds. ', six four hits Innings., all of them In the first

parks Is ahead of last year's mark. when a record turnout of 421406. champion to Fannin pitched the St. Louis and added Fine In the fourth was credited I Ralph Branca a native New ,.' The Yankees scored a run In
eliminate the two more off Re- Yorker held the Giants at bay
'including playoffs was established. The night Mel Sloan. DeLand scrapping little Browns to a 2 to 0 victory yester- lief Hurler Allen I with his third victory. spreading seven hits over the the first inning on singles by

<:eeiterfielder. suffered his fractured Jaw DeLand fans kicked through public links titlist day, allowing the Chicago White Gettel. Russell's smash In the fifth : route. He walked four and struck George Stirnwelss. Charley Keller

with a swell gift of $187.90 for Mel. Eddie Lyons the popular from Los Angeles, Sox three hits after the Browns Benton. who I Inning overcame a 2-1 deficit out 10. The only and Joe DiMaggio. and added another *
I 1 lost the opener of the double- and coupled with Johnson's run in the second on a walkto
\ 'Tittle Washington reserve second-sacker who was sent down to Chatta- i just as he beat had a three-hit I Giant runs resulted -

iiooga a few weeks ago. is out again this season because of a knee !: him in their header, 5 to 2. shutout through!i sterling relief performance helped from home Phil Rizzuto. Reynolds' sacri-

operation. Colorful Bill Steinecke. DeLand pilot is toying with [!thrilling 37-hole Fannin went six innings with- six Inn Ings.|' the Sos: shake out of their runs. Johnny fice and Tommy Henrich's single
out giving up a hit before Thur- slump at least A walk to DIMapglo. George MeQuinn's -
final In the amateur two I temporarily. | Mire
I yielded moreiblows banged his
the idea of a Winter girls ball team. He baa strong backing for ,
Tucker the 19th .. double
event last men batter In the""" -*-* 13th of the sea- an error by Jerry
venture. I Slim Phil Marchildon was Priddy and Bill Johnson's
Bal-! opened the seventh with a single. I outfield
Summer at seventh Hell In the
[ the second
.? Bert Sheppard the amputee pitcher-coach with Washington two I The 23-year-old right-hander then as charged with/ his second defeat son fly lifted the Yankees into a 4.0
tusrol. Tribe scored to end 19- inning with the
once a
. seasons back. is with Elmira in the Eastern League. The I I: This time_ _the allowed Cass Michaels' double In inning run famine. Newhouser against four manufactured wins. BQth Athleticsruns in the bases empty and lead In the third.

:; Stock Car Races a week from Sunday at Semlnole Speedway are angular. balding the eighth- and Jack Wallaesa's worked the last two frames In his fourth were off Fine a rookie from Willard Marshal! Eddie Yost's triple and Buddy

locally-sponsored. Stavros Demopoulos. Tiger grid captain I Bishop Bishop did it Infield scratch in the ninth. first relief trick of the season. Scranton. when he walked up Chet connected for his Lewis's first homer of the year

turned down four college football scholarships to accept a $600-a- convincingly, turning on a spectacular Fanning struck out eight bat- Benton was the winner to take Laabs Pete Suder singled and Ed- seventh in the gave Washington two run in

; year scholastic scholarship at Wesleyan U.. Henry Jacobs reveals. streak of golf on the back tees and walked none in scoringhis his third straight decision. die Joost slammed a clutch double eighth inning the third and the Nab sliced'

,. The Daytona Beach Islanders you'll see In action against the I nine to defeat Quick 3 and 2, on second win of the season. Rain which started in the second down the left field foul line. with one aboard. New York's advantage to 4-3 In
The Browns collected six
Tinker Field tonight vastly-improved outfit. the 16th green. One down at the : off Inning continued the rest of After taking a the fourth when Priddy doubled.
Senators at are a BOSTON (A) I PHILADELPHIA (A) "
with their last showing here. It'll also mark TommyAYcst's turn the champion blazed away: Frank Paplsh Chicago south : the game but Umpire Jim Boyer aNINISI. abrOse. I first inning 2-0- 4- moved to third on Mark Christ-
t like: this-344 344 3-to leave theday' paw. didn't halt play once. '...rf I' I S Randler.ib. I" titPeikT lead on singles by Reese man's Infield out and scored onMasterson's
first In the local ball yard since 1939. In the .u I I t I 'ile.rf I I I I IDiMite.
appearance biggest gallery gasping and opener. Chicago made ClEVtLAN CA) DETROIT (A) ." I I S I ..1..... 4 I 1II Sllllana Eddie Stanky and Pete Reiser and slow roller down
.. .' .
Quick on the ropes. the most of six hits off Jack .II .. .0101. .If I 1 I 1 virhemaan..ef I I 1 I Irulb..1I1IIIIT.s.ba.lt Walker, and an error by Bobby' the third base line.
ParkrfUetko'rh 4 I I Lab. I I I I I
The current Issue of Sport Magazine\ urges Joe Louis to hang So exasperated was Quirk at Kramer and Glen Moulder whileSt. .rf 4 I I I "M..3"' 4 I I 0 4 4 111 1'I" $1125T&k.1b 4 1 Blattner. the Brooks opened up ,! Stan Spence opened the eighth

:up his gloves now. while he's in his prime. because there's no suitable Louis was collecting 11 off eererlf I. IS'F.e..ef' 40125 nnerr.Ib S I J 4 I fuArr 3b 4 1 1 1 I a 5.1 lead In the third when Reese with double and
the a
moved to
miMing a three-foot putt on three Sox pitchers. 1Inb1..tIa 4 I I I IIWti.ft.I&lf: I I I I I Ru..ell.'b 4 S I I 10'1_..,. 4 I I I 2Tbtutta.l I thirdon
;challenger around. and palooka may get lucky with afunch I It. K.II.3b 4 I 4 I 4 hit his third
: because some final green that would have kept Spirit camel Ba'da e t 4 I S I S MrMIe.p' t I S I I roundtripper high Priddy's sacrifice. Christman
If he continues. Lee Meadows. the former major league the match alive that he smashed ST. LOUIS" 'AJ) | CHICAGO SAl Raraoa.bKaluar.Sb. I 4 I I I I I 1 IIMullla.rf 3MrHale.1b, I.I I I I I I I I Fine.* IIS I'aMaJetkl,' I. I I IJtdu's.e.p into the left field stands with two i'singled through the box to score

pitcher who managed Leesburg In 1937 heads up Daytona Beach's his favorite putter and trampedoff .1,01.1. allIesDtIlIner.tbI Be..... I" I 11"'......... 4 I I I 5aFI.4.g IIII1,4.4..a.p IhGuerra I 515111 I 1 I IT.4.te on. They added single markers off Spence with the tying run. Christ-
ITuraer.rfS 4 I IIIIler'dInoTh
t. I I IOLeus __ I
I' I I SIB.a.e.p: _
knathole gang Paul Gibson the Islander's newly-acquired muttering to hlms lf. The 4 I I I |Anplliu.at I I I I 4Lhnsr. II SS'el'ra.' 11155I. Reliever Gene Thompson In the man then stole second and con-
Ucher> was an end on the N. C. State Wolfpack eleven that drubbed outburst gained him headlines. .If.ofHeaih IIIIIIJ.no'.Ib 4 I I I |!1iUleir. I III I J r. .I -.. I" I .''rou.I.. I I S I S wt 15.for MirrblldM 1 IT 151? Tidal ta Tlh.k IJ 1 4 IT 7ifItd fifth and seventh. tinued to third on catcher AaronRobinson's

| ,Florida at Tampa last Fall. University of Miami Is bidding for in the British press last night. Htepheaa I S S 1 3IK'oa.dLr| ? 4 S S I I rellernrSepkuvill t.I I I3Sabau..plI5SS S II!1 -ilniled for (''''__ at la *th.Haitoa __ Ill IS* *. -4Itilladclplila The previous record night game''' wild throw. Al Evans
f 1 Zarilla.rf I' I 1 '?IMIrbaelaSltlIBaker.Jb I S I 4 4 OetleldCaowu I., I I S S crowd was also set by the Giants I walked and Christman scored
Ill !" Ill.-SFrrer
date with Army's Cadets. Daytona Beach had has the rugged windswept -
football Seldom
a 461 t Judntcblb 1 I II' 4 S I I I llTelal. '
the Early 41ISIITe.b., SISal !. !.!. I _____ : Handler. Bun battd : MOM Just when 51.403 attended a Dodger- when pinch-hitter Sherry Robertson -
either there there and the first 37 days they Carnoustie course taken .. .
players or gone S. Bunell Tw ba hit: Jomt. Ham nn.BuuelL :
Kramer I I 1 I iGllleaple I I I I I II I I 21 II Teals Il. 1. 27 11aaloll Giant clash on Aug. 6, 1946. forced Evans.
beating that Bishop gave It in his aColemaaMoulder I" I I *|raldwell.IrWrliht.. S S S I I Dnibl pta: MtrrhlliVm. Bma and Fila
operated. f.' Brice I. ItO.bv. _
I I Left .e baMi: RmMi I Phlladlphla KM.ball. BROOKLYN ( NEW YOlk (N) ) WASHINGTON (A)
Joe Maseda. Leesburg hurling ace last year cost Daytona belated rush to overhaul Quick. .fbSchulu I I S I I. I I I ., (1W Pnilti .. 710..Ikul I .: Kff M.irhllrfo. S. PIM t. 1"I.. Bulk N.I! cOrbel sorb. .1! bbrObe .
But only an hour later Frank lISICtEsrrtuep| 11111 .-... Sty r.IIH Is 710. MiUM.rchll* t. riM 1. J. M4Ml t. ("001_.. 'onlor.tlo. a e 1 I I RI.._,*. 4 I I 1 I lt1.b$5j55y..p 51115
Brach $100 for every Inning he pitched for tje I's. Sports Editor I ii -fouied evt fne Gelt.l In ttb L Hill- off Pin. I III t 1-1 Innlnit: Miirblld- Ron ton Ik 4 I I I rTaunt' I I I I I JlootrtrII.rf SItIlteelief 4 I I I .
Stranahan virtually duplicated Total U 1 11 II 11)) Totato I IT ..
Bonny Kahn of the DB Evening News reports. He cost the I's $700 -(iBIIed' fnr Bemoa I. Tth. .e I In 7: C..I..... t I. 1; off Johww 1 I. I 1 LWlnninf Better.rf I liieIttvwy.10 10113 K..II IP1II'Gi.olf 11111 i
a-tlIM for Knnwr la Tth.b ..
i the champion's blazing stretch as ,I f-ftc for Cnner Tth. Jobiwnn. Lo.tr pltcber: M.rehllooo. r.rtklfWalker 4 I I I .Thoouan.c" 4 1 I I I DtMgi.f I t I 4 T---.1Ia 4 I .11 I
wcrked seven innings and went AWOL Kerry Davis the FSL I he to 6 and 4 second round -Tiled for Moulder In tin Cleveland _ __.-_--__ OM eM 118-1 I :7 .: Metier.,. Gne<*. McKlnlqud .rfEdnirdie 4 I 3 4 I Mtaelk I 1 III I 1I'0u.n I I I I -.rr' 4 1 I I IwJrdslb
swept a -.IkM for Caldwell la ItS DetroIt ___ n. 001 'a-t I Joe Attendant: 11.141 Tin* of |im.: : 'I 111 ( M.nhall.rf I I I I ILatiglo.10412I3Cop.re I I I I 'Prldd1.. I 1 I I I f
nap. was a Marine captain during the war..s time now to triumph over Donald Cameron of ''M.. Louis MChletio JM-1M4 Error: ,: Gordoa Mitkortch. Ban .ba ..d lariemlni. : 11.: 11151 1WoI.e I I I 4 liCIIrh&' .... 4 I I I I
reeignlxe the fact FSL umpiring is far' above the 1946 standardsanil I Scotland. 0MEra 10-) )Boblnio Kell 1 Witner. TwI bate ........ I11IIKL.ab'di.sIIlISBra. : Itiusta.s II14'ss.I. 51151
: Lehnar BUM tatted Ia: pun*?. &... hit' Jlwtnl. Boudn**. Throe bu Nit Waken -I ..., 4 I I I Gonton.t 4 I I' I ..,...do., 3 I I I 1'Msutio.p I I I I I
with possibly one or two weak links Is as good or better than Marvin (Bud] Ward advancedto .adJ, Baker: 1. JudBlea. Column. ApgUat Tibaae .ld. Btcrlflccc: ..*.*,. Lak. MeRile. Doubl jKerria I I I I I Dntoo.; SIIII'T.rrlctp SIlls
hltaHeath.. Zarffla. BerardlM. Philte, plan: &.11. Mar ad McRale: Lak and MeHal
you'll find in Class D circuit. There's several home-town. the third round with a one- Three Sain Koala" 11111Ttusue.p ... aB.5qe1i ..11111v.1.1 .. .. ..
any a. I I ippllat feaaa hit: Early: Ham* rust JirtBleh. Un *l bu..t Clenlaiid iMtmlt 1 Baaea M I Captures I I I I I ---
home-town umpire the FSL staff and to the creditof aided 6 and 4 win over Ray Win- Sacrifice: Zarllla. Double plan: Mlehaata.AppllBf ball: off Taller 1. GMtel 1. Bantoa 4. >er aLafata 11111 It" 114131 Telsia II. 11711
or near on ter of England: Dick Chapmanwon tad Jon.* (!]; Baker. Mtehaala. and .bauiar 1. Btrikeantabr Pellar 1. GeniI 1. B_- JTrlBkle* 'tan4 E..... at ......... *erln( Chrluniu.Nre .
Allan Mobley's staff we've yet to hear of a ""homer" beef from June: BeraMln ud Jodnieh. DUIiiuer and loa. 1. Ji' wnou er t Hlu: off Feller laInntnti I :I IbHartuni 11111 Trk __ Ill to* ***-|
his second rounder from Judnteh. Left an hum: Be Louie I: 0....... S. : Oettel 1 !. I: Benton t la T: Nxtbouter. Wwklnctefi _ Ml 1M 111-*
fans or players around the loop. ... WJ.B.: Birardet of England. 4 and Bun m balliKrtawr 4. Moulder 1. CUlwpi 1 Ia L Wlnnlnf pitcher: ...... LMlnf pitch' I Total. 1* T11T,:: Total 84 3 7 27 ii Em,.. .....1_. Prldor. Bum bitted ta: Dt>
I. Btrlkmot: Learner 1. Mouldrr 1. HirrlM I. set roller. I'miHrBoor.. ....... and Pailaralla. Fourth a atrack out for Thonpeo In Tin. M.c VictoryBOSTON
3, and Willie Turnesa squeakedInto What off Kramer ( Ig t tnnlnti: Moulder 1 la Tin: 111. .Attendanc: IS.IOL. .b..-.truck lIt fur Trtnkle U tth.e .. ("1Irt.t.... Botwrtaoex. Twe...... hlta: )(eQuine.
the third round with a 1 up i I; emend t 1 < 1.I: f.Mwu S la 1-1: Hir- -f_I.J * I Blackwell Scores Sixth Win win Count de Bendern. who 'i rut 1 Ia t Wlaalni pitcher' GIDeipU- Imlat BIII,. _____ ___ ____ 1<1'.1'1'_' Levla. Btela .bun rhrlMataa. .atrlfln.r-
over I
* pitcher: Kramee. I mplm: Weifer. Rubbud Senators Give New Terk __ ._ Ill III 120-I i>old BUmveln. Prlddr. Danbl plan: Blapata.llrnwalM .
won the British title In 1932 as tad Berry.' Tin 1:14. Attmdaac Intimated rAP] On his fourth Error* Blattner. Branra. Bun halted In: Walker and MrQvInn; Prlddr. ('lIrtot... and
John de Forrest. Willie had to I.SOt. try Johnny Sain gained his Mi*: Bern 1. La'iirtlo, Minhall L Twp I Twnaa. Left on bate: New Turk I. WuhlartafjT.
Haw hi..; Oortfon X. Home run. Ml., .-. Ban M kill. Bepwlilf I, MMtenoaBtrlkamita. ..
i Of Season in Trimming Bucs Jump a stymie on the 18th hole ti..d C..1 Wilson Release I fourth victory of the season for Manh.lL Perrlflr. RuIIl_ Lon... .bairi: I : Maataran 3. Beraald 4. Bit: elf
to clinch his victory. ST. LOUIS (IAJ I CHICAGO t A 1 I the Boston Braves with a. 7-3 decision -I Braolrn 1*. !N_ Talk I. BaMe on ball: Keel. I.Bra. Bernelda I In T I-I: elf Maataraan ( la I; Drew
brII.I cOrNea. over the Phillies last night. ..... 4. Timpano I. Btrlke MI: KoiHt. 1.Branra la I.': rrrli S ta 1. Bit br pKeher: by
h i CINCINNATI [AP] Lanky Ewell Blackwell Pittsburgh Two other American cuppers Dtfltns.r.3bl22iti'ik, ,..ef 41111 Bus. Mgr. John Ganzel of the 1*. TbrnuWMi 1. Trlnkle 1. Rita elf I Waitanea (W. Jnhn.ie>. 1'..... baH, BoMnaeji.Wlnnlat .
gave held idle Monday because of the BWdiao I I 1 I '|Willies.*.. 4 I I I 4 The Tribesmen, belting four rival K.ak S In 1 Innlnn lives mt la 4th): Tbnmpaaa. pltehar: N...._ IMIC) pitcher: Xernnldt. .
"I only four hits yesterday as Cincinnati romped to a unwleldly field, successfully passed I/ebaer. .* 4 I I 4 |>|miller.V 4 I I I I Orlando Senators yesterday an- hurlers for 13 hits, put on a six- I 4 .. 4: Trlnkle 1 In t. Wild purl. Th.._ ('.pI_: lI.rI... Panparalla. BvaiaMn sad
Heath.lf 4 I I I *!Jnnef.lb S I I I 1 nounced the release of Jack Wilson i Raf- I Pined ball: Conner. LMlnf pitcher: Km I*. I'.. .le. Attendaar: 14.14T. Tl..: 1JS.:
j f 6-1 triumph but the Pirates got half their blows with two their first round tests yesterday. I teptmu.. 1 I I I SI 1 Ik.n..dyf I I I I I run rally against starter Ken I pIns: !t......... O eu end Coolan. TI.: IJt.Attendance .
Fred Kammer Jr. of Detroit Ztrlll*.if 5 I I I '|MlchteU.tb I I 1 4 3 rookie first baseman from fensberger in the third and Earl : Il.TM paid.
in the ninth to the bid for his
1 t cut spoil big righthander's W1tt..lb 4. t "B| .
; ft.SIt allisNoes. Washington. D. C.. who had been Torgeson provided the seventhrun "
semi-finalist In the last American eI
4 second shutout of the season., I .. I I Iii *|11I'Ib'I I I 4 Iraaala. here "five-day look." with his ninth homer In the
amateur, found an easy victim in ., 4IIIII.wnot 1 IIII on : I '$30.00
::1 It was the sixth victory of Ian Dunlop of England beating iTreih.. ..*. SIllS Ganzel also said that John Garrison eighth frame. Nats Sell Two -
.pt.b S ISIS1
: the campaign for Blackwell. who the frame stole second and moved him 5 and 4. Bob Sweeny Jr.. the -1 IbAppUn p* I. S I I left fielder handicapped by Sam held the Phils to three 1

: ha* lost two. A long double by over to third on Blackwell's sac transplanted American who has ---- ----- an injured foot, had been restoredto scratch hits until the sixth when
?et.I. M 1 ST It| To<.Ia t. I 3111* I
Ben Chapman's forces notched THIS OFFER
the active player list from the
,: Frankla Gustlne and Ralph rifice. He scored as Greenberg lived most of his life In England &fouled set for BtepheaioB la ItS
: Killer's single produced the threw wide to the plate after fieldIng swarmed all over C. G. Griffith of b-fouled Nt for rapMi Ia ttb. disabled list as an .emergency their first run on singles by Andy I To
Bt. Louis 001 MlChlcaf 11I4I-1 measure. Seminick. Lee Handley and Emil Jersey City I EXPIRES JUNE 1st,
Pittsburgh run In the' final InIny. Frank Baumholtz's grounder. England 7 and 5. WW MM --.. Verban. the
They got other two In
Gene Major right-hander with
I Error* Btephenimi. Riuu batted la: Zatille.wit
Americans not attached
.brN. ,.. Tw ..... bits: Zarilla. Michael. !Steleabu the club early last season, hasbeen I the seventh. which Harry Walker I
The Reds sewed It up with five to the cup team rattled off victories *: Btepbena.. Douhl. You can now termite
c.... 4S 5B..h't.tSlZS; plo: Michael and Jooea placed on the disabled list opened with a single. He scoredon WASHINGTON API ] The your
runs In the fifth on three base Hlkardef NSSZI.ab 4111 I yesterday, and at least |Left IMM: Bt. Lout T: Cbteac. S. Raw* .
hits and Hank Green 1I..tJ.h.rf 4 5 I I .,RoI..1I t I I I one of them was beginning to attract I ball: ?.,.... 4. BtrUeouti: Tannin I; Piptih with an Injured right hand that' Charley Gilbert's threebaggerto Washington Nationals announcedlast I house or building at the low
an error by 4. left and the
rteBinwRabbard. Berrr and Wearer. TUB: latter was drivenIn
0..1. N I I B-.1Ia I I I ViGU.Ua..1I will probably keep him out of cost of $30.
berg Tom Tatum walked to open 4 It. w._., I S I S I comment. lie was Staff 1.39.: AttcadaM*: acloal JITS. by Johnny Wyrostek. night the outright sale of I
Klner.tt 4 C I t .,)1111...... 4 I I I 4, Sgt. C. T. Jennings out of Medford for at least two weeks. George Myatt and Felix .Mackle- I
JarriaeBaelul 4IIIiWahLSb 411141 t (N) No matter how lirft or small the
1- I I S I IT.I1I.: ." I I I 1 I N J., by way of Wiesbaden OAAB Slates .0151.1 501015 wicz to Jersey City of the Inter- I same price hsida.I .
RECORDS Bahr.n iSII151ckwsU.p' $1111 Germany, where he is attached St. Petersburg Grants rFnnli 1.iuse.aa l'2l1I4'Ryse.ib t t t'HolBee'' 4 I I I I 125 5 I national League. I Materials and labor are. guaraatee4.

CLASSICAL HILLBILLY arietcberPUUnvrth lirtesc'kp 1..1aIaIl. I I I I II)1 to the U. S. Army of Occupation. AIDrlfht I t t I 1'Hopprf' 3 I I 1 I Myatt a veteran Infielder has I Upkeep included.

POPULAR )....' I I I I I"otaJa Completely unheralded the sergeant Tennis TourneySome Cards Five-Year LeaseST. I Gilbert Walker rf 4 4 I I I I 4 1 I.I..hll..1f ElllMUb,' 4'I I I I I 1 I 3 been used chiefly as a pinch-hit.-

ill &i.iil 'hUla II" StYli won his opening match PETERSBURG lAP] The J ...1111.. ..t III Marl.* I I 1(1 ter this season. Macklewicz. aa
-41t.4 sut I., Itttne.'i Ia '&. Monday from Roy MacGregor. 1 St. Petersburg City Council 1 H'"..'I.Oet 4 I I I .Torr MiIb. 4 I 111 I outfielder was obtained from I BOYTE
COOPERS MUSIC STORE _________ .IIt 141 "1-1 : : 17 entries have been received yesterday Urimltilb. 4 I I I I'ltttis' I It. t
C1MI....' ___ Ill IS. .b-e up. and yesterday he went on a for the tennis tournamentfor approved renewal of a five-1 Randier' .Ib 4 ft W. Church: $t. Ph. 4692 Error: "Greaabarc ..... .batted la: Miller S. pretty scoring spree on a second' military personnel to be held year lease on Al Lang Field to the I Tertian Rff.ee'rp, I I t t I I S t t II|;, price. I EXTERMINATING CO.rhone .
Raaa.I o.Zlentan.&!_ Stele Klner. .baMa Tm :baie B.SIt.. :2.Clentara.Baaa. T.",.... 1 nine to eliminate Ronald Easson. at the Orlando Army Air Base St. Louis Cardinals as Spring IMinldt.n I' 1 t t| Pres. Clark Griffith of the Nats
another Scot. 2 and 1. training ePa amB.IIr.. Blecw.ll. B.u. Double June 3-6 It was announced last quarters. II IIID.wta.lly.p | announce price. [ 9532 2Z4 S. Main St.
nlarai WahL. %1--. ae Baa.; Coc. $..I.tii a.Oreennerf .
Leonard Martin of Rye N. Y., The lease the
Left am .kaaea: Plttabarfh. ". Cincinnati : night. new guarantees I *|
1. Baaaa aa .balla: eff Bahr 4 trtnrnrh. V went to the 19th hole to edge outE. The tournament will be played: city 10 per cent of the net receipts I dAdaau I' I *j jTMala

'BlarkwaU KUifletM I.. Blarkvell Utrlkeauu:.Jar Blta. :1.elf Utrlnrerlch Stir 4 In I. B. Millward of England In a on the OAAB Officer's Club courts from the training season games. 15-S 1* II11 Total U '13;14I NEW MERCURY 3.2,6,10H.P.OUTBOARD .

411 Uwlnii: ulneertrh. S In I J-l; Btndeto. I first round match. and will Include both doubles and The city already had reached a I, -walked, fnr Mrhnldt. In Ith.k MOTORSSee SPECIALSAND
t In L WU4 nlteh. : Bahr. Paaiad .ball: Jarrla. I Ed Lowery of San Francisco, similar agreement with the New -ran fnr Paitcett in '11a.
singles matches. Officers and i
enlisted fmunded nut fur Newanne I. Ith.d
Latins Ilrh. : Bahr Imnlrea: Plnelll. Barlickud
who as a lad of 10 carried Oul- York Yankees for Huggins Field. I -filed cut for Donnelly in ItO.Thtladetphla .
iora. Tlaia I aa. AttaexUnea: l.t4. men will be mixed for the RALPH HAGOOD-Ph. 9664
____ __
met's sticks in the latter's famous : MM lit 11\a-1\ AND MUCK
I competition.Five COLLEOE BASIBAI.L 5.wtee Ill Ill lip-? 324 W. Pine [At Orlando Weldiaf I
victory over Vardon and Ray in of the present entries Auburn 14. OMrwIa Tech s. I Error- t.--id: hatted InRandier, fill-
Athletic Board 1913. was put out in the second rep- Penn State *. Bucknell 3. borC Wr- !r. ..1.. B_. Elliott. l4t MIf.Torwon Complete Repairs O* An Makes TIRES
resent the Marietta Army Air Base Iowa State 2. Kansas State 1. .. T... .bus III..: ".... BlatI TO.. .
round by E. C. Hamilton of Scotland and the remainder are from Head- Tuft 2, Beaton Collie. 0. .baa hlta: Gilbert." Elliott. Buss rue: Torfoton.Berrlflre. For Iprtr Mtchlasi. Sopply Tracts
Bill Faces Senate 4 and 3. Terbaa. Ttanble TetKanevtiolta
KanM 2. Miaeurl 1. plan: 'S
quarters of the 14th Air Force. Color I, Main s.Haeh.lb ; N-._. t* Terbaai .. Brhult Ln sa All types of Crere Tracks TrJlr
TALLAHASSEE [AP The State -- 10_: Philadelphia 11. BoatM .L Baea* M ball: WATCH FORANNOUNCEMENT and Fertfllser Dlstrlbgtor. etc.
Raff-mberier I. Demallr 1. ..1. S. Btrlkoouti-
Athletic Commission bill which obtained O'Brien JayCees Cubs R.If__.... 1. Behmldt 1. ".1. 4. Kile: off Ask for free trial demonttrstlosi for
Senate Committee approval Recapture National Loop Barren,....... I la 1 I.' Innlnn: Brhmldt 1 laIt
S weeks at tloat
absolutely BO obUc
-* Innlnic IXmn.Ur I la 1; Juriilch. 1 .. 1.
yesterday will occupy one of the Play Off ContestO'Brien's Wild pilch Bain. Leilnc pttrner: Barfaaebertar.Vmplrea to yon.
top spots on the Senate's calendarfor Lead in : B.... Boueaa and "..... Time: 1:*:. OF NEW
today. Pharmacy and the Walloping Cards 70-3 Au.........: tl.474. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION

JayCees will meet at 7:45 p.m. OB NO PAY
today at. Exposition Park In a ST. LOUIS FArl] The Chicago Cubs moved into the Na- A Good Place To Fish LOCATIONWilson Thousands
BoutIn of Brand New
: Taylor-Robinson playoff: of a postponed first-half tional League lead last night when they banged out 14 hits OAKLAND IsIs ta Oar Wtrebotus

Making for August game in the Class'A Softball Lea- off five Cardinal hurlers to hand the St. Louis club its first II Leonard .

PITTSBURGH IAPJ Jack Laken gue.In the second game, the Naval night defeat of the season-10 to 3. Bob Chipman gave up FISHING DOCK II Hardware DUDATIRE

manager of Chuck Taylor Coal- Reserve nine and YowellDrewIvey scattered hits to the Redbirds. -On Lak Apopk." SALES

port. pa., welterweight, said yes get together In a Commer- The Cubs pulled out In front tee Boats-Bcrlt-Motors 42 W. Central Ph. %-%117I

terday he had signed an agreement I cial League clash at 9 p.m. I the third Inning when Don John- "* John Griming Mfr. Oakland fla.WorifsFiflestnIring [Fee Our Classified Add OVIEDO
with the Rooney-McGinley: I son doubled to right center scorIng eN'UD (N) $ IT. LDUIS (N) I \V. P. 12S-M. Orledo 21S1

Boxing Club for a welterweighttitle Bob Scheffing. Bill Nicholson abrNs&. I I &....(....Ik .NrNSe. I I -
match between Taylor and I Moses Pharmacy Paces came in on Lem Merullo's long --.1..1.. 4 3 I I I'Duaak.rf' I I 5 4 I

ifi I] Sugar Ray Robinson sometime In : fly to give LownrefBlrk.rt.lf dSI4II$4ee5s.1b> I I .
Chicago two-run
Class B Softball Loop a I" I I .:Kara,kl.Ik t I I I I
August. I ,rT-t*.lf.fVhafflni. I I I I .11I1..ht. 4 I I I I Ar A'N.EY
Laken said a part of the agree- Moses Pharmacy, with 10 lead.The Cards .* 4 I I I IMs,4, 4 I I r I -
pulled up halfway SldI'.3.. I 1 ..... I
I I .
:M. I I I 1 I
ment stipulated that Taylor fighta straight wins, ranks at the top of I,I when Merullo trying for a double Johana.k. I I I 5 RlreeChlBBao. I a I S I LLFOR0
LA"Lfl tune-up match In Pittsburgh In the Grand Ave. Playground ClassB I I' play In the fourth threw past ,,111",,, 41144Pni1.4p 11111 mopifi JJii iYJlJIL
July. Softball .) 5 1 1 I 1'Borkhart'! I S 1" I
League according to I first base allowing Err Dusak to leJIedwlrkDlrkKM. 11111
figures released by City Recreation score but when Ken Burkhart .* IIIII
Eupt. C. L. Varner yesterday.The who held l Ptal.p SIll .1 ;
I Chicago hitless for three bWtlnerOmdilekjn 1 I I" ? '-T* > **
ATTENTION FISHERMENI standings: Innings went out for pinch batter I' I I I I 1 '1lbiilC/iJ'ifI'1 AfternoonsON !-

I Restaurant at Johason's FlsklBg Tun SCANS AVE.W CLAM L PetlTuM B LEA6UC STANDINGS W L Pet'i,Joe Medwick. Murry Dickson took 'I TWali 50 If Tin;il\| TMalaa MlllT4
Camp on Lak. Apopka is BOW epeaat Maw* Phu 1* I LOMInrUad LAS S I .SH over and gave up three hits for -filed eat far Barkhart ta ..... @
A.M. for breakfast. New Mm- Jkewnu IB*. T I .fOOIO_ Trea' Or. 1 I .10 two '- more I
eraent. Lnnches to take oat. nestle runs. __, t,{ H'II1I'IS
tee koxes for reaL Flihlnc Tackle. I Clark Lane Hudson Three more hits In the eighth 1 \, iMll. -___- ____ t" IM eoe- IEmn .
I Cold drinks sad beer. Phone Apopka I sent Dickson to the showers and : : MeraTla.. llaaihtar. tehaendlenit. Buna BEER ,
1744. "...enae., Cora lad (tt it." Ii i I Win in Women's PlayLow another hit off Jerry Staley and I batted. Maralhx ta: Iay retarretta,. eherflnf t. Blrken"t, Mualal t '7.I.. .>Johnaan. .bate- I 2 300 PAIRS OFBOYS'

error by Red Sehoendlenst put Mta: Hark. *'.Uau>. Pnllet.I Jehnaen. ('..arOLS.
net honors In the reguiar the cubs six: runs ahead. They Mernlkt.' Vafnifrej: Bve. Chlneun. bauble nlu '
weekly women's play at Dubs- waltku.. Menlto and Waltkna. IAft .baiet
aa :
AUTOVISOR LICKS SUN GLARENOW tallied anther score In the top ,C..I.. ... 11. IIL Laoli 1*. Bun ra ball: Chinan #
dread Country Club yesterday of the ninth. I. Potlat I. Dtrkaoai. Gndslrlk .. Italej
went to Mrs. S. H. Clark 'who had Both clubs started L Strllr_.: PMIet J. Bvrahart .. Steer L
a 68. Mrs. Marshall H. Lane off with a : Rita sit Pellet T ta I 1-1 innl....; BurkhertIn I
copped bang including doubles by Stan I '.1: IXrkMa S ta 1 I-I: Staler 1 1-';
I low gross competition with I GradtirM S ta L Lealnc nltrher Pellet. Tmirav '
and Ed Waitkus. Stan Muslal
.. ,.
.lh Vlewart .
aid Materkunh. TlaM:
Mrs. William
p Hudson taking the slammed t'' tL
a single into centerI IJ4. Altendanre: 1S.2U. \ DUNGAREES
low putting division. I I i field to bring In two teammates I teI 0.1e

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r 'Daytona. Blanks Orlando; DeLand Mauls Feds I

I HEll .

Wednesday, May 28, 1947 [Tho Story:-Gold fean, vsed for andirons IB a fireplace, wit ti. amu.
Iii discovery mad kr OrUndo'g John Smith, a miner. white prospe ttJt,. Morton Gives .
omo yrari age. U th* vicinity of what U BOW Wall.... Beach. Smith Sanford Errors
-aiaded U. old woodsmaa. .ho wat about to .E, y ..melted dowLt. show Urn th. wreck el an old ship- from which the Weather Mechanical Bugs Slow' Saints Pull G-Men Wallop
ara came! A brief catch reveals .. more of the yellow metal-bat Smith ,
threo letters stlU dUecraiblo on the vessel's sterm. With theso as a
clue, ko starts his laveitlf ations. The story BOW continues] i Up Five Hits Up Memorial Day Qualifications'!' Johnson For Aid Red Hats

WABASSO-The Old-Timer! having related a substantial -

of his story about the elusive Wabasso treasure, INDIANAPOLIS [AP] Almost half the starting positions : Into Tie For !

part briefly and walked out to his desk. were still vacant last night for the 500-mile Memorial Day I, 9-5 TriumphS
paused For 6-0
I Victory at the 10-5 Tilt
"John Smith was 'a 'very thorough man," he said. race Indianapolis Motor Speedway after a morning : Cop
rainstorm and mechanical [ tr> Orlando Morning Sentinel
bugs had permitted only two
"When he returned to Orlando, from his trip to the Second Place PALAT&A-The Gainesville OMen -

coast he Immediately wrote to Washington seeking records about [Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel] more cars to qualify yesterday. spoiled Hal Johnson's debut [Special! to Orlando Morning Sentre!]

missing ships. After all. he had three letters-all that remainedof DAYTONA BEACH-The Orlando The final qualification session as an Azalea by clouting him for SANFORD-The hapless San

the old ship's name-to go on. These three letters were an '0' Senators suffered defeat at the, today originally scheduled for [Special to Orlando Morning Sentinel I 11 hits and 9 runs here last night ford Celery Feds played a comedyof

and a 'Z' plus an 'L. A pretty good clue! Ills investigations went on hands of last-place Daytona Beach noon to both 6 pin. [IEST1 was LEESBURG St Augustine while Biles and Myril Hoag w reI errors before 843 spectatorshere
II and will Standings
for the first time this season as ways run
for long time" the Old Timer continued. I strengthened its lead over Lees- giving up nine hits for five Pa I last night as diminutive Juan
a lefthander Glenn Morton set them from 11 am. to 7 p.m. If necessary -
the truth. I burg by defeating the Pirates 4 latka runs.Johnson. Perez scattered nine safeties effectively
old Cracker
"Smith convinced that the was telling
was down with five hits for a 6 to 0 as many as three cars can
j jI
STATE to 3 here last night though the : pitched himself out of while his mates were
doubt the old fellow had actually found i FLORIDA IIAGUC
He believed that beyond any victory in intermittent rain here i be sent on qualification runs si-
.. ..
T. WLP.tCSIT. WLP.tSI victory put the Saints in a two- 1 I trouble in the first'rame by fanning i lashing the offerings of Charlie
these bars of metal in the old wrecked ship over on Wabasso Beach last night.It multaneously. DrLuil MM M 1C'twill* 11 Jl MOrlaaa'a I
I 24 II:Ill -I I jttemfonl tl 11:.455 :.* way tie for second place with Or- Thorpe with the Dases loaded I Bissen and Bill Stanton for a 10
end after using them in his fireplace for a time decided to throw i was the first shutout scoredby Seventeen cars have qualified KU Am. II II S71 S I Palatka II I*.Mill lando who was shut out by Daytona and hurled hitless ball until the to 5 victory.

them away.As I. was just telling you the old chap was a bit simplein the Islanders this season and I 16 positions are still open and Uabun Ml S3T 4HDar| Brh. lilt,11(11RaMttt Beach. I i fifth when the G-Men picked up I I The Fed loss coupled with the

and lived there in the woods all alone. Smith always their third consecutive triumph.In : there are 35 potential starters Y..t4ayt.yt.ra three
the head over I. B.acki I. ORLANDO I.ft. Moose Salter right fielder for runs. I I Gainesville victory over Palatka
claimed. though that he was just simple not crazy: or anything like scoring his second win Morton I in the garages. Five other cars .. AtmatlM. 4. LMaburf. 1. the Pirates, paced their hitting'I i They added two more in the sinks the locals into sixth place in
struck out and didn't allowa rLu 1* Sanford IGalnaartlJa
,seven are en route to the track including sixth on two singles'and error I
.that. f. Palalka. f. with two for four while Doug an ; the league standings.
runner pastsecond base. I two Tucker partner T...,'. Gina Johnson rapped out the only extra three in the seventh on three f Sanford committed nine miscues

"Anyhow the mystery kept growing on Smith and he could the Jim Senators Payne went allowing the distance 12 hits in-for I post-entries accepted yesterday.The Datlnn Lmbuurf Brack tt Rt at. Auiuatln ORLANDO.. base hit. a double in the sixth. I singles and a double and Hoag while the visitors played errorless

16th and 17th qualifiers Palatka at Calnaanlla. Hughes paced the Saints hitting stole home in the eighth for their
had from Washington all available
hardly wait until he gotten. ball.The
Bastard at DPIA.&
Hal Robson of Berkeley.Cal. with two for three and batted in last counter I DeLand Rightfielder Gene.
records about ships that had been wrecked carrying treasure: and Bisons get Gibson I were I GAINESVILLE I PALATKA .I
who averaged 122.096 miles NATIONAL LIAGUCTM two of their runs. I. .. C be.. & .. r hp. Ciolek blasted a 360 foot four ply
ships that had simply vanished off the face of the earth. Eventually. BUFFALO [LAP The Buffalo an *hour in the Indianapolis- W L Pet Gill h.. W L Prt iOUrai $1. AUGUSTINE I 11155115U. 1"I 1 I 1 .La..... 0 4 1 I I 4 'blow in the fifth frame with
interesting data came in. After much waiting and much If M 971 IFUUbWfh IS II SO* IHN .. 9 blIel .. r be.. BuIr..31t I 1 1 I 2("_U." I' t I I
some very Bisons of the All-America :
owned Palmer Special a four- ,.. Tork ITU IC 7 Hind pis 111*:43T 4 'IId.2.. 4 I S I Rld..n I I I 2 SArnIs M..II... I I I 1 2 TheoboId.1t 4 I I I I Chuck Aleno resting on the Initial
4 correspondinj, Smith one day got a letter at his Orlando office. .I conference announced yesterdaythe cylinder Offenhauser. and Pete Brkljm 1114.243 H'IClBcliiBart IS M.41* IBoot. _0 4 S I 5 2 ..I.blll..r'. I' 2 I 1 M......If., I 1 1 I 1P.-trs.. I I I I II'vlan.y.I sack hv virtue of a fire rittrit.PM .
... 18 li MS 1 IlL Lnuu 13 21 :Ul IKK 1I.tI..I.. I" S 7 I,........... I I I I IWllk..11t ; .
which seemed to be the answer to the amazing mystery which he had signing of Paul [Slut] Gibson Romcevich. a first-time starter ..lta Veat..3rnannuu I 1 I I 'Pirtl." I' I I ITbiep..rt DEl.N: I SANFORD.
[ I 1 0 I 11IIuttM.1f? I I 1 I I S 1 1 5 lN.p.It..lb. 4 I III S he..t ag r hpsl
run onto over there in'the vicinity of Wabasso Beach. 22. an end who captainedthe from Gary. Ind, who averaged I. Ftrukank 1.Brooklna P..tlrk.ef I t I I lr."lIMn.llt, C S t I I : Ea..l" 4 1 111 I 011..1... 4 S '. 1 1 W.'de..eIIIIIIRr'iM.H 11115ReaD'
I T. V.w T_ I (.lah'). I S S I ,! 4 1 I I IIttitesil. : .. _.
Commission. I believe North Carolina State grid- 1l..III.1I I.ller.rf f.2. 1 I 1 I 1" :" 15004Rile. SI1lMM..e.b11121Wedd.lI.If
"A letter finally arrived, from the Maritime i 117.218 in a Camco Motor Ford Unarm T. PhUad.I..la 1 ..
IESbtJ I 1 I 7 1 (hwelb.lb 4 I I II IR..rt I .. II11I.b.s..p 21115 I I 2 2 e Brld.rft I 1 I S IAtn..3b
ders in 1915 and 1946. Gibsonat
Smith said It was. which told about one particular ship which Special entered by Anthony and Chkato II. St. Lmila. I [alahl I.T. I' 2 I a Wult'.tOll.e J I S C IBotu I.itk.f I I I .! ."." IWlnkp 22112L.betf SIllS
.. : : : : .
present is part of the mound of G XMFrohabla _.. I" I 1 2Rn4..p I I I I 1I'f.h.1k.e I'I ITot. I I '. .Ik 4 1 I ( Kirk tarn.rf 4 I I I I
Granatelll Chicago. ..
had vanished at sea. Joe pilch. : (won sad loat rveerdi taparmtbMM I' 1 I IKry.k I .. I
crops of the Daytona Beach Islanders rtoltkrt J 1 It. 0tI.w .tlt I t t t.
"This ship carrying! among other things a cargo of gold bars. .Robson brother of the late ]: ,.. S S S tlI"u. I .!. 4* tit 27,, Totall SI S, 27 12a T.,a.aa 1 1 2 2 !''Lao.3 1 t I I t1I.h.
in the Florida State ,. ''... .. I
1946 had Braokl at > Terk-Branca (S I] KMB .... 1 S t I I I batted for JohnaM In Itk. .. I I 1 r t'Zufca.i I I 1 S I
from Vera Cruz bound for the Philadelphia Mint. Had turned up missing League. George Robson winner "'"lT .It-SIFbllidelpbla. .I..ede I 55554 KaliMiTUIa ------ II. ,r...... I' I SGanwtt.rf I' It.
to drive It Boaton (alht) RelntMlmu _._ _. __
been named tentatively ------ ----- Falatka 1M Blun t t t 1 I
and had never been heard from since! the German-built Mercedes imported -I (1 1.0)) n Jahnami [I.II or Wright tl-IIrhlmo Total 21. S2T II Totall U I *2I12tied Emm: I>ulan.T. Burke. R lohnaoa 131118-1 .ULatiitMIStanioa. 1 I I I I
L. "Name of this missing vessel so Smith told me the letter stated. chiding triples by onetime Islander at Pltubunk. laliht)-Lad* ('-1] <. f-betted for Waihlriton m sth.I Pml. Ganma Chin* Rim batted .. 10505
pilot Tommy and Morton. by Don Lee. Inc.. of Los ...U (n-1t| or Roe |1-S). -batted for Mltlallk In tih.t I Bark: Mori IB: Trite 2. Eatoo 2. Smith. FITteR: I -----I -----
J&s the 'Corozal'. This is a Spanish word which means. in English. I West Angeles. The Mercedes probably Clndnaati St. Louis [t""lW]-Erautt tl.41n AuiuftlM ___ __ loll lei Me-4Lembwi T.. .bus bt'a. TlMobnld 2. Burk. Thorp. ThrM i ToU'l! lilt It 2T1II Total It. I IT Ua
something which goes "round and round.: Anyway the story about i MIT. Lou Bevil was ejected I I MUJUM (2.11. IC, M2 1 -SErran 10... kit: Ptrtl.. Lao..... Ron. ran: Prlra. CtelM traundal .it for' BI... tJI tih.DtUnd .
I will be pitted by Duke Nalon.I ud--J"t"Gond Bun b. ll I
; : baiaa. Laatrea G lWra. Roal Chlraa Smith _.__ Wl 535 111-II
this missing treasure ship kept going round and round in Smith's ,I from the fame by Umpire Bel- veteran speedway driver. AMERICAN LIAGUC GB'' Krutte. IttUsolt! Rtiihe i, "alter 2. 5.uegar'0f. I 111.....,. Saerlftret"" ; Boat. Daaaoei. Double plaT: I Sanfort -.-__--__ ._- ...- =-- Ill 502 Ml- S
had been solved! What could be I beck In the ninth after protesting ; I... W L Pet CSlTia* W I Pet T.* .h... hit; Jnhnum. Stolen ..aaea: Bteb-. Moriaa. G... ) and Eaton. Left en baiea; I E....... Bryant 4. Bride 2. Blum. La*. ....,tt.
head He believed the mystery more close at second. TMrolt. tl IS .047 |1'.Ir.. II 1'.4.. .H .klnt Anderann Saerifleea: Ratwi.. Faolkk.IMMbl r..liwnlle II. Palatka IL S... e* kalla; off ana HUM .batirt lit AI_. Brtd. Ctaltk J.UmitM. .
logical than that? An old ship. carrying gold bars to be minted into a play I S. Turk IT II Wl 4 IWaak Kan U II 417 S play: Siebblna to GormliK. Len an b....: Bllea S, Johmnn I. Hoaf 1. Strark cut: by 1 Errant I. Pens. U Pint Vlrkattm.Hil'ermaK. .
Joe Justice and Rex Throop _... 1111.521' |Pi.dpttg. IS II.ItS: lit ; ilL AuiuetlM 7. Leethvri I. 5.... *. balll: elf Bllea I. Jihnaan 4. Hoes 2. RIM; .ff Btlea I. Twa .Is.. hlta: LM TlacM.ll Bride
U S. coins. Rt the old Philadelphia Mint never reached port! She LakeOrangeBegins (,...1.114 1111 MO I (m. Ixwla IS 2*.11 ( Rat,...* 4. Botaa I, Mahallk 2. Struck cut; t>TRMUIIM .I SIS limlnia 4. S rue: ./f Johnaon I. I to Horn ....; ('tel.. fttolMi .ka n; Hrjant M. F.m.IMcliMrk. .
at both collected a pair of singles for Raaailta Vaatarfay I I. Balm 2. Mahallk S. HI .. off Bolm .. II. I run: elf H.... In S 2-S ". ... S. I .. KaeriflMa: )(. Ftnz. :J. ...'.. SIMtartt .
vanished with all hands sea. Orlando. CMeai. I... St. Leula i.S.Raatim I. S 1.S Innlnta. I: elf Mahallk I. S 2-S In I ran*. Wild plteh: Bllea. Balk; R..... Patted I *. Pnihl plan' Aim* 'e Knat t. M Fam;
1'I'aaIIllI"' 5. New York 4 (111.1011. .Inn 1 Wild '11.....: Bolm 2. Ulnnlnf pltrnetRmuniM. : .ball: Dul...,.. Winning pltrber: Bile. lA-1.. R... to )I. Frm: It........_ I* Subs <.. .....
The clubs play the second gameof Second I. Phlladrlphia. I (Blfht. Loalng pitcher: Bolm. 1'., ..: CM- pitcher: Johnwi. Implrea:. D..lesd Clanck Len M katta, IsLand .. RanfaH U Baw Mhalla
Olien many years )later In the 90's an old. simple woodsman their series at Tinker Field in Drtrolt 4. Clfwlaod. S.TMay'a : pw and W...* TI.. of .._: 2:M. I : oft J. Pirn *. Bliafa S. HI rut k ..., ky
living in a little cabin at what is now Wabasso. Is found using a coupleof : Orlando at 8 p.m. today. Joe Jones ...MPrahabl. 'i : fern T. JtlMMi 1. Klantm !. Hiti: oft iii..-
pitch.... (.o. and lout mordi toSt. : Fights Last Night 1:1. I I. I liuilnn, 1 mm: BlaaM f ll > *
!gold bars fnr andirons in his fireplace. A wrecked vessel is found. will draw the starting assignmentfor I II Circuit SwingThe .... ; White Sox PurchaseHot .... I..... Fused .hail: ROcket_. IxKlnfpttrhtr
WHITE PLAINS. N. Y. lAP) Billy KilroT
sure enough over on the beach, in a wild spot which. possibly. had the Bevilmen. louia.it ('Sic... I.ight]-PMIn' I.U *. 1584>>. Paterson N. J. won I upllt dect- I : BUM. 1 sOireE: H 1D1.... id Slanrai

never been visited up to that time by any one except the old Cracker. I ORLANDO I DAYTONA I second swing around the I Grnra flil.I'i..f..d at Dt1ro1tr.C. | n Treat Springs Club ',lion. over Jimmy. McDonouth 130 S Brooklyn TI. II Isis 2.31.
a. P pIe' sb S he. in the Lake- In th euht-round feature at. the
Undoubtedly the Cracker was too simple in the head to tell anything ,J...."&.. 1 I C I 4 UcOr.th.rf. S I C circuit begins today [1511 Nrw Turk Washington tuilhtl .. Westchester County Center I ANGELES CALLS
at u .pert LOS
IIrut.l.rf 4 I I I Z.nd.,.." I' I I I Orange League with the top game ,. .. HOT SPRINGS. Ark. API Sale
.. .
letters-still to be the vessel'sitem
except the truth. And the three seen on (I | M BTTIW O-tl ? ((1-11BiMnai ) I I STATE
_.... BROOKLYN (APJo.Oovernale. IMtj COLLEGE. Pa. GerryKarver
I 2B..ttlb
M.'h.g,3b 4 I C I 2. .rf 4 I of the day slated for the Zellwood Huh' of the Hot Springs Bather's Club
at .lIad.lphl'rrIt 12-C| or
\ fitted perfectly into the name of the lost ship which had disappeared I I S I W..t.3", I t I C C, am (1'I] n Flares (I.4]. Brooklyn outpointed CooUdtt MUler 165'! ., Penn State miter and
diamond where the second-place of the Cotton States League to
.5.4.111 I. C I Phllo..b 1 I I I I i Brooklyn in tbi main trent at I
carrying: gold bars many years earlier! Ju.tIr..cr I C I I C Tatn..U.. 4 1 t I I I Mudhens do battle with their ancient IAKE.OKANfiC. LEAGUE the Chicago White Sox of the I Barney Ewell former Nittany Lion

"Smith kept turning these things ovej and over In his mind and. TII_.." I 4C2IIR.diwv.u C I 4 CFtItp.kt.rf 4 40214MCuIbb I 1 I I rival, third-place Apopka. Taint W L PetiT.... W J. Pet American League was announced I NORTH ADAMS:-Mm- (AP Tommy sprint star are invited to competein

meanwhile planned on another trip to the vicinity of Wabasso!! A"_.. I. S'S I )fort.... 4 I I I IPIJIM. I Mount Dora will be at home to MllWlt Dora T 1 .7JllmaUlla' SSieUwood 4 ..559JI here yesterday by Blake Harper ,,.sup. 140. of Sprlnsfield, knocked cut the Coliseum Relays in Los Angeles -
T S 7781 winter Gardea SApopka 4 I
Beach. This time it was to be a treasure hunt and no fooling. I .' -----1 I' C S 11 ----- ,, Winter Garden now in a four- I S .42 S 1 OCOM SClerraoat I .3.1 owner of the Hot Springs franchise I Blickle first round Nod of 142.I scheduled of LewUton 10-round Me. In main the May 23.PROFESSOR.
Plenty of equipment would go along. Smith was determined to get Totala. II. I 124 I 1 Tat.1a II eUITlZI way tie for fourth place with Park S S 4 4 .5S8IEu.ot,55 |ITa 1Wlnttr tTerfay r I .000.au and concessions manager at I bout it the MeidOTtarook Arena CRISLER

to the bottom of the mystery this time. -,',.III B.yil- _Im_ Ilk.urlinde .___.' eec tM .#- Clermont. Winter Park and 'i G..... Sportsman's Park St. Louis. -:I EXIZABETH. ?&J.AP I Danny Martin. : ITHACA. N. Y. Fritz Crisler

... ._ __ _______ 2CI-I Umatilla. Clermont will get Apopka at :Zfllwood.EuMU 162.., Newark, eight-round decision
"He was convinced: the gold bars were over there in the dunes. at : D." '.1 MSError. -at acrmont.Tararra won an of Michigan will teach football at
.. .
: Lrfcraml. MrCulkwfh BrrlL BUM attxl winless over Joe Bennett 1S6 New York In
Wabasso Beach" !.: JUmfer *hll.. *. MArt.. 2. rtllpaki. their second crack at .t Omr. Donoso Replaces ArcaroAs the feature bout at the Twin City BowL the Cornell coaching school sponsored -
I Thru b..< hits: Mnnnn. WilL Rtalra hiiM: Eustis who promises to give matilla at Wtnpr Park I :
by New York State's Athletic -
[To be Continued BnmMf 3. Threnp Loft .. .kiwi: '11'1._' I. trouble from here on out with Winter Garden at Mount [)on. Phalanx' I,' NEW TORE AP) Pat O'Connor, 167.
"',--. 11. Ba.. .. .kill*, ff FijiM 4. Mortoa JockeyNEW 'County Cork. Ireland claimant to the Association Aug. 24-30.
4. Htrurk nil: .hi Farn 1. Mortmi 7. "nptrnMoblaj : new blood in the directorship ofa INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE YORK [AP Trainer Irish middleweight championship cored
... T... W L ..etl T.... W I PrtJener
and BtlbM-k. Tim* el ( : 2:*! revamped team. his sixth consecutire victory In the United
JACKSON'S SPORT SHOP Ctty 21 U IS|Rochester 1111 .471Moatraal Veitch announced yesterday State when he> won a split decision over
i Tavares Journeys to Ocoee for IT II 58lBuffala| 11 IT .4ftrractiM that Jockey Eddie Arcaro. who Lou Rousse 156 New Or.esna in the elihU POWER TOOLS
1411 MOIBaltlmor II1* 4U I round main erent at Jtrom Stadium.
Golfers tussle with the fifth place dwell-
Top Play a Newark II IS .SIITorant| 1121 .344Rnvlta has ridden Phalanx in all his
ZS [. Church St. 'StollwanJacholl. Owser Phoitt 7044
ers while Umatilla invades Winter Yo.t.rd.ytonal. !
I stakes this Spring
engagements (AP Irish Graham.
20% DISCOUNT REPAIR COMPLETE SHOP 10% DISCOUNT Practice Matches Park. Both games are viewed as 10.|I.Montreal Newark S.STranine S.RaltlaHinu .. I will be replaced by the Chileaij : 141',4, New York won an emit-round derision FOR RENT
probably being two of the day'sclosest I. imf <11T I.o.t the Belmont over Ernie Petrone. 141"4. Philadelphia I
Standard in
rider Ruperto Donoso
All Wilson On All
For Blnrles Rods ...... acheduled In the lecture bout at Sunayside
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The 16 I
NEWTON. Mass. IAPJ engagements. C
Sporting Goods and Reel Bicycles I Stakes Saturday. Arcaro. Garden. PAINT SPRAYERS
top golf professionals down to TMM W L PetlTaax W I Pet who piloted Phalanx to victory in
start in the $10,000 Goodall round- folumhiM :n IT MMSaannah" 21 SI .VM the Wood Memorial, second placein SKILSAWS
robin tournament Thursday will I Jarkaneinlla 221* ..1H harlpMoa 21 22 .4AutiwtA I ARTIFICIAL FLOWERSautifulNatur 1 S
[ ShortsWhen the and thirdin FLOOR SANDERS
Kentucky Derby
c 'Sport 51 J --11'l I warm up for it today by playing llama, 22 n SI2alamhia| II27 S'S the Preakness will ride the i l-Laitinfl
; in a member-pro 18-hole competi- smashed his Raavlta. VaalartayGreeniill other half of the C. V.
Smiley Quick Whitney entry -
t S. nlumhla 4. I
,Nplf ; tion at the Charles River Coun- putter after losing to Ted Bishop 01.1..... S. Auiiuta L Khyber Pass in the Belmont. 1 -Aniebllt. Hotel I
try Club. Mama 4. Ra'annah 1.Cnluaibui YOUNG'SI
rOil (0 Ivy1 in the British Amateur. Scottish 17. J_..... C AND HAWAIIAN GIFT SHOP
Crooner Bing crosby. the only fans and golf writers tried to recall SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION China imported more raw cot- I 39 N. Ortnt A eNtttra TOOL RENTAL

non-member in the amateur dele a similar outburst-the!!- Raantta Yaaterfay ton from the United States during L. Meynoldt. Distributer I 100 StGOODVEAR

gation 'will team with Jimmy DfI: I I est they could come was the time Atlanta S. Llttl 4. Memphli Rock S.Birrauifham S.Nanatlll 1931 than in any other year. Phone tin W. Washington

maret. winner of the Masters :I Bobby Jones tore up his card at II, New Orleana -
Tournament. Frank Craven and 'battaaa T. Mobile I Ill tnnlnnl .
( St. Andrews. Roy Cullenbine.
\ Elmer L. Ward the Goodall spon- Detroit first baseman missed yes- FLORIDA Vaalaralay
; I I.
terday's game because of burns Tampa S, St. Pe>enbur| 4.
sor.The Mti.l J. rt l..udrrd.l. S-
other Invited for the
pros to his left hand suffered at home
Miami Reark 4 W.'R Falm Beach 1
\ Goodall are Ben Hogan the PGA I I while cooking supper Monday ...,. 7. kel.iH IAMERICAN.

titlist Lloyd Mangrum. the U.S. night. The Cubs' Andy Pafko I..,,. ASSOCIATION V..t...., "
Open Champion. Sam Snead I flew to Chicago from St. Louis Tol.,l. I. Indiuapoll i.rotumbua TIRES.
British Open Champ Bobby Locke I I, ........"n. 2. I
Ol't for treatment of an infected
... .
Law-I K. CUT 4. St P.ol I
the South African sensation.
kidney. Mlnneaimlll 4. MllwinkM 5.Denmark .
\< son Little. Vic Oh zzt. Bob Hamilton ,I I Al Phillips. British Empire

Ellsworth Vines Herman featherweight champion won the :

Kelser Harold McSpaden. Ed I i vacant European title by beating Edges

Oliver Herman Barren George !i Ray Famechon of France who was

5OC Schoux. Lew Worsham and Cary disqualified on a foul in the : ) Y. .

N Middlecoff. I Three eighth American round of a women 15-rounder.golfersMrs. -. .'I JayCees, 21The

Outdoor Writers SlateSt. Babe Zaharias. Miss Ruth league-leading Denmark

Woodward. Fall River. Mass. and Sporting Goods nine last night

Petersburg MeetingST. Miss Helen Sigel. Philadelphiaare edged out the Jaycees in an over- ;

PETERSBURG IAP] The among the 99 entrants for inning affair 2-1 in the Class A

\ Outdoor Writers' Association of the British Women's Golf Cham- softball loop at Exposition Park. 1itr{ I IGOODI

America will hold its annual meet- \ pionship June 9-13. In the night-cap of the regularly

ing here June 3-9 with most of its Trainer Tom Smith announcedthat scheduled Tuesday night twinbill

time being given over to visitingthe Kentucky Derby winner Jet I the Bumby Hardware softballers

various attractions of Flor- Pilot will definitely not start in banged out a 6-0 victory overO'Brien'A P.

ida in this area of the State. the Belmont Stakes Saturday- Pharmacy.The .
he feels the Pilot needs a rest. Class A softball tilt sched-

I Edward J. Konetchy. 62, whoas uled for tomorrow night between 0\.0
"Big Ed" and "Koney" helped O'Brien's and Jaycees has been
A Better Place to I
postponed according to Clarence
create some of the brightest pagesin

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Texas Baseball Leagues as a first OBMIEN tUMir

baseman died In his sleep at Ft. ahrfre.. | it ak. k we
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to sec is to believe. Frankly we
I doubt if there IS a nicer place of
its kind In he U. S. Stop by and 2-3108 Liquor Store ,,'. .....
lee us *.T1 be glad {) show you I __ _
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I Page 8 rlattan J fflnrttfttg firnthtrl Wednesday, May 28, 1947

a ,
Judge' Parker To Hold jr et 4 :I': Local WAA Sale of Typewriters

Hearings Next Week TONIGHT

Opens at Rollins Federal Judge William J. Barter ,:To Vets Termed Big i Success

of Tampa twin be in Orlando "GENTLEMAN MISBEHAVES"Robert

Commencement week officially gets under way this June 3, 4. and 5 to conduct hearings J. First sale of Orlando's new War Assets Administration Stanton Osa Mattea"HALF

mnrning at Rollins College when academic arid athletic Postoffice in his and chambers Federal at the building U. 8. Customers Service Center-yesterday, involving nearly Show .:,? HOUR CARTOONS"First complete Show from M:3t: rfc|

. \, Tds and other prizes are announced at the annual I 300 typewriters, was a "tremendous success" according

Honors Day program at 9:40: a.m. in Annie Russell Theater. here.This was announced yesterday I to David W. Mozo sales manager. .

Highlighting the program will be the "tapping" for by Alex Daley deputy clerk of the At the close of the day.. only 30 typewriters remainedto
Libra, honorary society for-upper-< U. S. District court. be sold. No final cash figure'' Fla"i.go Cl"b

class women, the awarding of let the program will start at 4:30 I! was available but a check during veterans are trying out newly-
Podiatrists To Meet the afternoon showed that almost CHENEY HIGHWAY
ters and trophies for men's and p.m. purchased typewriters. They are.
$8.000 had been taken in. Indi-
women's sports, and the announce That night an all-college dance I Semi-annual meeting of the vidual veterans may still purchasethe left to right Wilson Green and FAMOUS FOR FINE FOOD FOR 20 YEARS
Council Florida Podiatry Assn. expected William F. Barlow of
the Orlando.
ment of the honor roll for the sponsored by Studept 60 typewriters today and any remaining JAY MILLERS
and podiatrists
will be held at Dubsdread. The I to attract between 50 1 Two hours after the sale began EVERY NITENo
1946 Fan term. I will be held at 10 a.m. FrI- >4i will be sold to veteran
of the Mayor than 200
king and queen --i dealers tomorrow.In more typewriters: Cover or Minimum Except Sat. SOe
Hotel in -
The day will close with the fac- Court and attendants will be introduced day in the Angebilt con- had been disposed of. Transactions -
ulty-senior supper and entertain- during Intermission.Dr. nection with Foot Health Week -. r y. the picture at the left daring the day took placeat PHONE 5910 CLOSED SUNDAYS

ment at Student Center at 6:30: Hamilton Holt. Rollins Col- according to Dr. Arno M. Ehren- ,, ...!: the rate of one every two
pjn. The college will act as host lege president will act as host to berg. minutes and averaged $41 per
at a buffet supper which will pre- seniors and their families at a sale.
cede an entertainment put on un- tea*to meet faculty and staff. The lead off Monday at 7:30 am. at The sale according to veterans ...t' Gary 39. S. Orange
der direction of Prof William event will be held at the presi- the traditional Family Tree on as e s who attended was outstanding in Starling IN Blossom Trail WW -
WhItaker of the Theater Arts De dent's house on Interlachen Ave. Lake Virginia.Dr. that there was a complete elimination We serve the same delicious foods from noon tin I that
partment. The entertainment ,is The college will again don John J. Tigert. University of x '.= of red tape and was during the everunj.
entitled Never Let Your Educa-' academic costume on Sundayfor Florida president will give the handled by a fast-moving highly I French JUMB
tion Interfere With Your Learninsr. the Baccalaureate Service at commencement address The ? ? ,aa xtn' rors trained crew of sales personnel Frie$ SHRIMP $1.25 '

Classes will end for seniors on 10:30: a.m. in Knowles Memorial Graduate In the New World. In 1 Mozo declared that numerous
Thursday and on Friday the chapel. Dr. Wilford E. Mann. Knowles Memorial chapel at 7:30 j i compliments were 'received from [fill Dining Room Only]
graduating class will hold Class Orlando, retired Episcopal clergyman p.m. Bachelor degrees will be 'veteran buyers and that apprecia-
Day exercises on the Student will deliver the sermon. conferred on 95 members of the I Ition had been expressed by local
Center patio. The class in academic At noon seniors will rehearsethe graduating class. wwRro veteran and civic organizations for
costume will form in diploma ceremony at the Classes for undergraduates come the consideration given veteran
front of Carnegie Hall at 4:15 chapel to an end at 11 a.m. Tuesday. __ r: J,,,,. a; purchasers.
and march to the patio where | The alumni-senior breakast will June 3.Dries Because of the favorable public M t SSIr< 1

reaction to this type of sale Mozo
said that a series of sales Includ- I
ing office furniture and equip-
rrra ment, automobiles trucks and
other short supply items will soon
be held through the Orlando

while you watch I center.Girl Scout TrainingFilm Bar ;; 1 Restaurant j

x To Be Shown TodayA Open Open

training film, part of the Orlando 9 A.M. TilfMidnight '\. 6 P.M. 'Till '

Beautiful Finish 'I' Girl Scout Council's course MidnightDrive
to a Lustrous Park News for its.camp staff, will be shown
today at 7-45 pjn. in the Girl In Restaurant
Scout Little House. Mrs. J. L.
Ingle executive director said yesterday ON THE WINTER GARDEN ROAD 2 MILES FROM
Telephone Winter Pork 233-Hours 11-12) and 4-$. J ondov Through FridayIlVinlePa

World's leading city in vice and'

/ ; Freight OfficeContract Egypt.wickedness is reputed to be Cairo

::1 Brevities I II
Let t'J:1 '
vo TEV
? WINTER PARK-Florida Bank
+ h 1 4.stip I and Trust Co. will be closed Fri- j I BESSER'S RESTAURANT

day for Memorial Day. I I WINTER PARK-Arthur Perry Meats Poultry Cold Cuts Soar
I Next Tuesday, which,would nor- Inc.. Jacksonville has been awarded I Cream Cheeses Mayonnaise. T
mally be observed as Jefferson the contract for the new Atlantic I PompernlckeL Rye. and Rolls I If

as.e Davis' birthday, the bank will remain Coast Line Railroad freight 11)V. Church SL TeL z.mlJOYCE'S ,5 ern rfIII
I open. That is the official: office at the southeast corner of
.' closing date of Rollins College. I I New England and New York Aves., Ff -
T I R. F. Leedy and Landis Stone I facing New England. DRIVE-N|

1 are on the entertainment committee The building which will cost
vE I' for the Masonic picnic this I I approximately $60,000 is to be Now Featuring
: afternoon at Rock Springs. All ready by Sept. 1. FRIED CLAMSIn
Masons and their families are Invited i I The building now occupied by a Basket R
\ for swimming, games and I'the freight office will be used by Highway IT-92 MAITLANO
food. as this is the first picnic I ..
'Gentile Bros. to expand the facil- Open Daily a p m 1 m-j Sundays 12.12
1w the Masons have had for several''' ities of their packing house.

ka years.Winter Park Post of the Vet- I

tr erans of Foreign Wars will meetat month he will judge auditions in BSAPETT1FOR
8 o'clock this evening at the I Washington. D. C. July 1 the
4i Chamber of Commerce. Carl Gal I Charmburys will go to Chautauqua SPAGHETTIServed
i loway will talk on the telephonesituation. N. Y., to spend the remainder of 3 to 9 P.M.-Closed Monday tiPI
I the Summer and will be joined Orange Memorial Ho.o,tal
1 COiA Fred Baetzman. Orange County I there by their daughter Mildred. Hale Build The Ntw BulldliiRt
ti1Fw4 agent was the speaker Monday Mrs. William Lazarus left yesterday 1192 Winter Park

evening at the Kiwanis supper for South Bend, Ind. to y
meeting. He urged Kiwanians to visit and later will go to Pennsyl-
i 1 r..}re.we., vania to spend the Summer.
help foster an interest among The Orlando Auto School
Winter Park youth in the programof Mrs. Maynard Baldwin has returned I
the 4-H Clubs. to her home after an 1221 N. Orange Ave.
e'4$ 43
a Rotarians at their luncheon this emergency appendectomy per- "If ARM TO DRIVE"
A QuAIT week heard a talk by Gen. EdwinJ. formed at Orange Memorial Hos- ,
.' $4.91 a 0.Uff House who reported on the pital.Mrs. Lessons by Appointment Only
: plans to secure new occupants for Nellie Eyles is visiting in Call 2-4879!

mslesf.worKt eqs/ st-tp-use the Orlando Air Base stating that Alabama.
there is room for several in addi- -
tion to the 14th Air Force.
Four intersections on Orange k

\ Ave. have been filled in and paved .. ,.
I j\\ WALL ENAMEL evermaa'e with brick by the street depart- OT ? CAS 'wi
ment to make them navigable. See Your
They are the Capen Kentucky and Memo Town K ---

crossings.Mrs.Cypress .Aves. and 'Oakes Place A HOMETOWN AgentTRANSACTION! I \\\\\\i\\\\\\ -

Goes on like magic. t Washes like' a china plate. M. Armstrong of DeavonRd. .
has left for Washington D. C.. 'I 1 v l J''T 1

Painters say-cuts painting .J 11 beautiful colors to visit her children ITCH Set
Mrs. John W. Alvord. Mrs. / Summer \| : Open 12:45
time In half. preferred 3 to 1 by leading decorators. Martin Wood and their brother. Prices tAST TIMES TODAY LAST TIMES TODAY
Food Summer
Are you tormented with itching or eczema Good at _
Harold Bicknell. have gone to PlOri..... rathet. ath lotos foot rough Wallace leery Catterine Mcleee*
4 Practically no odor. > '" One gallon, mixed, makes 5 qts. Douglas, Mich., to spend the or hand other and externally taeo. eruption caucod skin rectal troubl.dF.r itehma 1 Lunch Dinner and Curt SoniaWINTER r THE MIGHTY MeGURKlerkere I've Always Loved You

mer. quick reh.f and good exults u.. PARK | \ Into Do*** geed i.t i.
Mrs. R. B. Hackney is- sum-I VICTORY OINTMENT. Developed for the
''_] THE FABULOUS SUSAN "Faithful In Fashion"
boy in the army now offered to the US Orlando Ave. UT (2) KIII"nllKOI' t My
Plant City for a few days' folks back home. Whit., greateleu, antiseptic Tomorrow Tomorrow
FOR RICH. SUEDE-LIKE TEXTURE SPRED-F/of Is the answer: Ideal for living Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith are 'children.' contains A name lanolin.you Saf.cannot for babies forget er 'Steno. Boot "Terra Trail"1xoW

rooms, dining rooms,bedrooms.Easy to apply on most surfaces,including wallpaper; here from Miami for a few days'visit VICTORY OINTMENT. Tubes or jars. Sold. CMOrN ((ago* "Cent** At Work
with the latter's parents.Mr. In Orlando by Angebilt. Uggetfs. Streud.Walgreen
Dries in 30 minutes.Mixes with water.3.49 a gallon (6 quarts mixed);$1.13 a quart and Mrs. A. A. Laird. .r your hometown druggist.
For Yovr Nearest SPUD alr-utjorpl />oxt look classified section.nndtr PainT-or look/or the SPRED tt'g*. Mrs. Laird will return to Miami
with them for a short stay.
Miss Peggy Tomlinson arrived
__: ;
yesterday from Ithaca. N. Y.. to % 1t'ODAY
be with her mother, Mrs. Vesta APPLIANCES Last Times Today
1' Tomlinson. for about six weeks. July Jones Oprn 1t4e
Col. and Mrs. E. V. Harpole are I Available for "JUKE JOINT" deeete A 'trees.pllody" chest!
moving this week into their recently r
I IMMEDIATE DELIVERY -Also- o off new "Mont* Cntte
completed house on Dana "OUT CALIFORNIA thriller! ,

KILLER Way.Baroness Colette Van Boecophas ORLANDOBUTANE WAV taaew no.ei w.fo pIE
MOTH FLY- INSECT left for New York, thence GASSERVICE Tomorrow ; (&
: she will fly to her home in Paris "Plainsmanand tkclurpaf tl
8 and later to Java where she will the Lady' o"
e/ + Glid-N contains 5% DDT fortified with Tha- k spend part of the Summer. "Nobody LlvetForever" ] onto Ad

; : +-' ONLY nite, which makes it DOUBLEACTlNG(1)( ) f Mr. and Mrs. Walter Charm- I Incorporated w IDL NiiPD van lEit3 07o+ _
65c i bury will ,leave Sunday for Nevi 1932 W. Robinson Ph. 2-1733 w sea wtaPor
applied on screens or garbage cans, its insect- i.
York where the former will judge
rl.f killing power lasts for weeks ((2)) Sprayed piano auditions at the Juilliard

91,. j in the a'pMr it kills insects immediately. Yet Graduate School. Later in the"They DINING ROOM COCKTAIL LOUNGE PACKAGE GOODS

; Glid-N will not damage the finest fabrics

WITH HANDY and is harmless to humans. -;, I STARTS TODAY
ArrtICATOIetg.vt Barbecues Picnics
\[ For One Big Week!
'WOI'm' war
I Door. QVrn 12:45 'Adult-50c-ChiUrtit-.
"Dancing under the stars"S.


: : Supply' C*. Parker Lumber Compaq Colonial Variety Store
Apopka, Florida MaltUnd, Florida 11M-08 East Colonial Dr., Orlando Where ;n Peo Go

Clermont Builders Supply F. P. White Mercantile Co. Conway Supply CompanyCheney r-
Clrrraont. Florida Montverde. Florida Highway, Orlando I ;; :
The GUddea CompanyZU
Fouler Cocoa Lumber Florida* Millwork Co. Cries!MU Furniture Dora. Florida Co North Orange Are. Orlando E,4Mt re'i

Johns Hardware A Paint Co220S LOUNGE
Edge Mercantile Co.GrovrUnd. W. D. Badcock Corp.
Edgewater Drive. Orlando
Florida Mulberry Florida ON OHantfo-SAflfcrd Mr..*y between MaJtUntf..od Altamento-TeL W. .. MTt-R i
Pine Castle Lumber Hardware Co.
Harrison Feed. Store O. B. Halnet Pine Castle Florida -
HalBes City, Florida Orange City Florida cf DANCING TONIGHT
Sponaer.Heaeork Company don't have the run tny x

Ilubbard Hdwe. Co.Lake Arnold Paint Store"S Vebrinf. Florida kitchen any longer-PESTMASTER AT
407 So. Orange Ave., Orlando cleaned'em out! Here's the quick,
Wales. Florida
Simmons Sporting' Goods easy way to fret nd of these pests.Sprinkle LAKESIDE PARK
Sebring L
TurBtr't Auto Supply StoreLeesbnrc. C. M. Brant PESTMASTER lOJg DDT 1:30 P.M. to 12 P.M. ,
Florid Leonards Corner Hwy. 441. Davit Drug Company Powder around their LAKESIDE ORCHESTRA I Iw
Orlando Tltaivllle. Florida a RA's a hiding places-"sinks, 'SH Miles South of Orlando on Old Dixi Highway
W. T. Hartley s.wa..w eg plumbingbaseboard.
A P. Cheek Carroll Smith
Lonfwood. Florida 2(11 So. Fern Creek Orlando Winter Haven, Florid .., s For weeks afterward,
roaches, water bugs,
silver fish are lulled merely by A ,.inesotiolel kit! 1
touching any spot that hs been CLUB CABANA
treated. But don take chances PHIL REG AN

with just any DDT"-get tested 3 MILES NORTH OF ORLANDO CITY LIMITS U.S.: 441] r ELYE KNOXCommencement
IN PAINTS official strengths



Florida 1r'- ..,-.-.... Wednesday, May 28, 1947 (Orlanbn l morulng .e.rnUnrl Page 9

School Head Commends Scout DelegateTo I -- -

Patrolmen/ for Interest in BoysJudson Be SelectedArrangements I| Boy Scouts BLENDED BY EXPERTSTETLEY

Walker county school superintendent, yester- ; I

day commended Constable T. F. Thrasher, and members bP

of the Florida Highway Patrol, who will be hosts to 300 for selection of a Honored HereJack
Boy Scout of the Central Florida
Orange County schoolboy patrolmen Friday at an all-day: 7 r
I I Council to attend tHe sixth World !
ting here."I .. <4 r 1 Scout Jamboree to be held at Wehrwein assistant scoutmaster -

think it ,Is a very fine thing who will accompany them. Molsson, France, Aug. 9 to 22 I of Troop 27, was awardedan

these officers are doing for the The officers will entertain the were announced here yesterday. t Eagle badge, highest rank in
boys with a special moving picture !1 His expenses will be paid by the I
county patrol boys. It is .a gen- program at the Rialto Theater, ., Florida Chain Store Assn.. which scouting, last night at the Orange ,

erous gesture toward those boys after which they will be guests at has set aside $1,000 for the pur- District court of honor held in
who are taking the lead in prac- wiener roast at the Orlando Gun pose. 4f the Grand Ave. School under auspices I
ticing the principles of good citizenship Club. :i i Scouts of first class rank or of the Optimist Club, sponsor I TEA
in our schools Walker Constable Thrasher and the higher who are between the ages of Troop 27. I! z

declared highway patrolmen, led by Sgt. of 14 and 17Vi years are eligible Bronze palms for their Eagle
Walker said the matter had Bill Norris are footing the bills for the award. badges were won by Gene McCreeand
won the full approval of the for the entertainment program. Each troop or senior unit will Fred M. Floyd Troop 36. Since 1837
county school board and added I' select its outstanding member. x Life badges were presented to I
he had advised each principal Approximately 216 persons lost From them district winners will be six scouts: Richard Canady and I

bye letter that the patrol boys I their lives in celebration of the I chosen representing the council's Kenneth insert, Troop 24; --- -- -
should be released from school FoUrth of July in the United seven districts. k' I Kenneth Putnam. Troop 36: I
who will Ii David W. Kribbs, Troop 48, and
together with the. chaperones I States in 1935. i Selection of the boy 1
i Richard Cayll and Duane Miller
make the trip, and an alternate,
will be made from among the district Troop 61.
winners by the council's Jam- Awarded Star badges were eight
boree committee headed by Orville scouts: Warner Mendenhall. William .

. R. Davis.Moose E. Moore and Louis M. Orr,
Jr., Troop 24: James Mallory and
To Initiate Everett Worden, Troop 36; Donald DELRICH
Folker, Troop 48, and Jack Lang
and Seth Mendell, Troop 61.
Class Here
Other awards made during '

ceremony of the Or- the program included three civic MARGARINEBrings I
lando lodge of Loyal Order of service bars, 4 merit badges
Moose will be held Sunday at 1:30: seven first class badges and 26

p.m.. In the Angebllt Hotel it was r"1 second class badges. i
announced yesterday. W. W. Arnold. Optimist Club You The

E. B. Nicolaus membership director president, welcomed the gathering 1!I
said a class of approxI- I I and James E. DIeffenwierth intro-
mately 200 members will be Ini- FACING DEPORTATION IN NEW ORLEANS are [left to right] !!duced new Tenderfoot scouts Randolph -

tiated.A Sandra Lee, Norma Hughes and Wanda Sauve rain, Australian .Y Matheny chairman of ZCOLORNEW PAK
the troop committee, and
pre-initiation rally will be several
who stowed bound for Louisiana. The'
girls on a freighter
away other Optimist Club members
held by the lodge at 9 p.m.. Satur- presented -
day in the old Officer's Club 29 girls are hunting their wartime 4J S. boy friends. awards.DIAPER.

.w 'c 7T. W. Central Ave.. for persons desiring -

1Q \lrI to become affiliated with WAY TO COLORNO
I C er the lodge. Nicolaus said. There

; will be no meeting of the lodge ( MIXING BOWL)
\ N tomorrow night.ATHLETES.
SrtV e For ***.rvti.ns K Immediate Delivery
4 5 Ku tat> NOT HARD TO KILLIN PHONE 2-3357 x.e .
= spy .T,

J l 'If not pleased your 35c back at any [The Orlando !Morning Sentinel will print letters for and I TERMITE CONTROL I
E drug store. TE.OU a STRONG fungicide ,, 'against parking meter installation by the city, up for a vote June 3.
NAp contains 90% alcohol. IT PENE
TRATES. Reaches MORE germs to I The letters should stick to the facts of the controversy. They should
KILL the Itch. tell why. the meters will be good for the city and Its business or why

I 'Cr SpA RR te>ap'd 2I Today at McElroy'** PharmacyKRETOL I they will be detrimental. Those! dealing in personalities will not be

ce + I printed. Keep the letters short-Ed].

flAQ \ Walker Chemical &

r. i-- R ,/pti yp..,age to For Against Exterminating Co.

s e 2 Editor, Orlando Morning Sentinel: Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel: Bonded-Free Inspections

rm very much in favor of the I want to be able to put in my I

discussion of the Parking Meter two cents worth against the big- I Tel. 4680

issue which has been occupying gest tax robber the U. S has ever I 3210 Clay SU Orlando. Flo.

I your columns. I can't say that I'm known. If the city commissionerswere I OTHER OFFICES
Lakeland and Dayton Beach
in sympathy with some of the to take the total amount of
... e 1
arguments those opposed to the revenue that they intend to col-

KILLS ALL BUGS meters have to offer, however. lect from the parking meters, using 1i i DUTCHLAPAsbesfos

Want to feel cool? Let one of these Frankly I do think the Instal- $30,000 as an example, and I I

lation of meters would be a good levy that amount equally againstall
bubblesome, thirst-pleasing, homemade cw.ioo RoofingASBESTOS
thing for our city. I am sure w
the city property owners overa
ice floes float you right up to '" they will here, as elsewhere, lead SIDING
I year's time calling it the park-
to improved parking conditions for ASPHALT SHINGLES
the North Pole! Quenchy! III lUlU the average shopper and business ing tax dont think that you GUTTER

Thrifty! Easy-to-fiz! Try one man. I can see where no one wouldn't hear plenty of squawk &

,' would suffer because there will about It. What the difference between DOWN SPOUTSI
15 '
today ] |))0Hutm :1 still be plenty of free parking that and parking metersis I
nnnnuuaeaeanThe for the all day parkers and ,
I can't You beIng
see. are already T. JERNIGAN
the parking lot 1'il1stillI .
operators \
taxed for the streets and then
ttlFlrAly Trailer we have been waiting
I/I1. 1
continue to have their regular.
for and the Trailer you have been !' you have to be taken again In order Roofing and Sheet Metal
looking fort i I customers. to park on them 70 Alexander PL TeL
CANAl; RY WNADA DRtlt1KXJ Built fight, priced right! Actually business should be I' You keep printing articles about 74271 7GIl
Better than anything we have teen
WATER since the war. pleased to have them becauseof these small towns praising the
II ft. a1.7502s : the increased numbers of parking meters. Where you can
WATER It. SUSS customers who will be accomo- compare their parking problemsand
27 It. J269J dated on the streets. I do not 'I parking situation with a city c
Stop in and look this Trailer over.YOUNGS' think that the small sum to be the size of ours I can't see.
charged mil work a hardship t Some people think the parking HoWl Yes i! Enjoy better,fresh-mid IText.knead Pak. Delrich becomes -
TRAILER SALES HAND flavor because freshness II 1
deliciously golden la I
on anyone. I meters will provide more W
Orant Blossom TraU at Ameliao1M1g t sealed in airtight E-Z Color minutes or less! Can't b. affected -
But all of that is just one side for parking. They will find that PakI To color,let Pak soften. by air or ootsid odor
of the story. I suppose. Therefore the business people that can afford METALTILE Pinch capsule 'til color flows because still sealed.Ho' waste,
I say that I feel perfectly I it will park their cars on the within bac. no mess.

willing to either have the meters ', main drag, Orange Ave.. and leave
installed, or not, if a real majority !' them there for a total of 40 cents for Beautiful
of voters make the decision. I for eight hours. These professional BathroomsHave
lie am certainly not content, however, people will merely add 40 cents Kitchens.
( more to jour doctor bill or what
to let a few people decide the cheerful, pleasing
whole have you to pay for their park- eye
Issue. I am sure that I, and walls installed at vast savingover
sfI ing costs, and it will not cost them a
everyone else will be happy if a ordinary tile Individualtiles
one cent. You will find fewer\
majority decides either so
Reo way in 8 attractive, modern
let's all vote and settle this thing' parking spaces.
II colors. Then smoothjout Pak-replac* When firm, slice tint aim.
$# ) once and for all. I I It Is nothing but natural, that In carton No need to transfer Mid especially for the table
$ M. H. GRAHAM a city of the size of ours; is Drop in today. No waiting. to a mold, thus fUror is still so add nothing. Has 15,000
going to have it's parking prob- protected from air and odors. Vitamin A units. Compare it*
lems. "Where Merchandise Moves" Ho' dishes to wash! Chill in Sealed-In Freshness and food
Editor Orlando Morning Sentinel: refrigerator. value with any spread.
I see by the papers that Orlando Parking meters will cut down Tuxedo
O Wyckoff's .._ _
5d/7: : has a controversy-this time on the trade downtown. The ladies o ,

what some people.term "sidewalk will not have time to visit all the FEED AND HARDWARE --- /! tz4i CUDAHYI

bandits" or parking meters.Winter stores that they want to go to, I 2321 S. Kuhl Ave. Ph. 2.2S21
I Haven, although a much smaller for fear that their 12 minutes
town than Orlando, has had them will run out or the hour as the
now for about a year. When they case might; be and therefore will
were first proposed, I was "agin" miss some of the stores where they I
( them on general principles; I might have made a purchase. I
didn't like them because I felt,i Haven't we been kidded long
I they would, put a premium on enough about these parking met-
doing business-the city would charge a fee for my parking whileI turn to the polls on June 3, and Its
was doing business with a cus- by our vote, show the city fathers riGher.- its 1agfier
I tomer. But Winter Haven, like all and parking meter company para-

1 w + t 5Y of the cities in which the meters sites, our utter contempt of the
have been installed had a dearthof I;' TAX GATHERS so that never
I parking places.There were more I.I again will they try to force them
automobiles than parking spaces i down our throats.
-and during the Winter when the WILLIAM D. MURRAY

tourists came down and by right I I NEiNi
of being visitors took most of them sCREAM
Editor, Orlando Morning Sentinel:
for all day-It was a sad state of
I affairs. i We are being called upon to
, vote again on parking meters and
-- But the city didn't ask too
we trust that the voice of thei
THEN YOU STILLGO many questions-the commission
i people will be such that
i our City
FOR MY GO fOR ITI! WE'D t SORRY I WASN'T AROUND AH. BUT YOU NEVER looked at. installations In other ,Representatives will the
IALANCING 'CTTRUDGE MILES FOR THAT' SO MUCH ATTIMES IN LET US DOWN IN cities and then decided to put recognize
HOW THAT YOU BALANCE Of RICHNESS I tHE PAST. HAD TO SPREAD QUAUTY.WHITEY. them in. I believe there are handwriting' upon the wall as a Of TOMATO
CAN CATCH IT UGHTNESS MILDNESS AND' MYSElf PRETTY THIN, AND WE lOVE about 250 of them in town now warning of what to expect at the
AGAIN ANY TIM[. HEARTINESS !IN CARSTAJRS I Y"KNOWI YOU FOR ITI next local election. We resent being -
ANY PLACEr WHITE SEALWHISAEYI : -and today, you can get aparking
ignored. .
..... I space within a reason-
.' I That we need parking space Is
able distance of any place you
unquestioned but to hoist
want to The businessmen, ; upon
go. 'us the idea that meters will furn-
.. the clerks, the professional men SOUP
tn ish such space is putting it mild-
have to find parking off
., spaces ly, asinine to the extreme and an
the main streets-they can'tpark
insult to our intelligence. In this
e their cars in front of their
connection the fact that our sidewalk -
own business places all day. .
space is extreme! limited
.. Now a controversy in Orlando ,, and that they propose to rob us I
meters shouldn'tconcern
parking ,
over' of at least two additional feet
me--except that on my of our already too crowded pedes- 8 /deaffor
.. periodic visits to Orlando I find ,, { sddieq one
------- .
------------ ------- ----------------- -- ------- t..j. .:rI-.J.&,. trian space, requires a more lucid
almost impossible to find
j it a
I I explanation than your propaganda. -
WELL THE PERfECTLY rot BETf AND WC r CARSTAIRSJVhlfeSealj parking space in the business section tin aF milk or Summer
BALANCED BLENDCA2STA1R5: FANS I' and ny usual parking lot is I
AND ITS PERFECTLY DON T PERMIT' ? CAUTAu usually filled to the brim So the' The streets of Orlando are the
WONDERFULTASTEANY' SUBSTITUTIONS, WHIn ( result is that instead of spending' property of the people and it is wafeo ones __
DON T PERMIT ,fOR US EITHER I SEAL to to ourselves I
us protect
r up
and In Orlando stores ,
time money
SUBSTITUTIONS I WHISkEY from encroaching greed and I -tin oPsou
L, FRIEND....... I r A6pNKllf Il15DIDRMISCIri I wait until I go to Tampa or political I, .
.. chicanery.It
A. i Lakeland where parking is avail-
0 ERYwN ERE rv es ': is our duty to present ourselves -
.1 .. lot of other ?
EviRm able. I am sure a people u'gef
e lt' vASIC at the polls on June 3d, Y'
PoR feel the same way I do on !
Ir. and VOTE AS MEN and not political roRFgM
1 .n.r.r. the subject. the
= I I want to make a prediction- dupes. qu n'
--- 90 after the
n within days parking
eS ea : meters are installed In Orlando, I '
S the opponents of today will have money that really keeps things
you believe they started the whole' rolling.
thing themselves. And. those I I If you care to print this in the 57

nickels and pennies that are I meter squabble section. Okay by
Jltc ec/a ncetl JJend 4-5 Qt. $3.68 picked up ,by the bucketful every me.
: week will 'help In bettering your JACK GURNETT
Pint $2.32 police department and providingmore Winter Haven.P. .

CARSTAIRS White Seal Vi Pint $1.19 protection. And it will be a S. Right here In the ridge H

painless means of making parking Winter Haven Bartow, Lakeland
space available to people from out an.have parking meters-and you .
2UTOED WB1SEY.8&$ Proof.%Grain Neutral Spirit .Carttair Bros DutUlin Co,lac.Baltimore,Mi I of town who want to spend moneyin couldn't budge them with a court iii

your town-and It's the new order.




in their room at the Legion Home 10 @rlnn fit rntng 9rnttnrl Wednesday May 28,1947; t
Page I i Cmtrtl riwWi LaP,.. Olitrlkvtir *"f Off!** I.trtl..*t

Th)41'q.eme ) today at 8 pm.000 I(! I SPECIAL THIS WEEK:

Regular meeting of the' Pythian !
| ,.,.. ..
Sisters will be held today at 8 pjnin A GROUP OF FIRST GRADERS from the Delaney School enjoyed I' : < f STEELFILING
'the Fraternal Bldg. Initiation '
will be featured, and all a train ride to Sanford and back yesterday, as part of CABINETS

members are reminded to wear their close-of-school festivities. The youngsters are shown Letter and Legal Bizet

LOifl white formals.O O fLake above, with their teacher, Mrs. L H Darden, who accompanied WE With er Without Locks

WITH JEAN YOTHEK I Jennie Jewell Circle of,theNeedlework <, them on the trip. D. B. Avmger of the Atlantic Coast Line, also DELIVER Phone 8158 U S. Main >Si",
Guild will hold
:club) Editor] I day meeting today with Mrs.an Harry accompanied the children, and Mrs. Avinger supplied refreshments :.

Training course for BrownieDay Farr 814 E. South St. .. A Making the trip were Lynda Patton, Lynda Mae Beck, : -:

Camp staff will be held today I served covered at dish noon.luncheon will be Donna Jean Ferking, Sally Howard Rachel Nita Mye, Harriett ., U Go
at 9:30: am. at the home .
Mrs. L. J. Hagood. 1205 E. Kaley 000 I Watson, Judy Floyd, lla Kay Stanton, Ada Jo Starlin, Sandra N GM

Ave. Members are remindedto I There will be a meeting of the Ashton, Patty Pottinger, Andy Akerman, Ashley Cawthon, ....
bring a nosebag lunch and a executive board of the Cherokee
blanket This evening at 7:45: Junior High School P-TA today at Mike Harrington, John Anderson, Jimmy Weaver, Dun Avinger, .i '

pjn a movie will be shown at the 10:30 am. in the student council Roger Eggleston, Billy Bragg, Billy Dowdell, Rafiel Skop, and )
Little House. Celia Lane, depictingthe room at the school. ":, ,
activities at the camp spon- o o nWoman's Coy Jamerson. ;.;: ;" "'"
.. !': ,.
sored by Life Magazine All Auxiliary to the Or- .

those Interested in Girl Scout ante County Medical Society will ; .,
camps: and particularly membersof meet today at 11 am. in Room \\E
the Intermediate and Brownie 1106 of the Angebilt Hotel .
Day Camp staffs are invited. Dr. Leland Dame, county health !
000 I officer, will be the guest speaker. N aTOb.
Sewing Guild*of Orlando Rebe- 000 c
kah Lodge No. 12*will meet today I Closing exercises of the Cathedral o I pS
at 2 pan with Mrs. Anna Meyer I 0 a 0
School will beheld today at
1421 E. Amelia 000 Ave. Cluett HaU. Parents and : ., QIw I
friends are invited. I
American Legion Auxiliary Unit 000 I
19 will hold its regular meeting
f* *'ie Legion Home today Btup Delta Delta Delta Alliance of i
Orlando will hold the second In-
m. 000 its series of bridge parties today k' .w1
..jnor! Girls..v American : at 7:30: pm. at the"Delta Shelter' k ,

Legion Auxiliary Unit 19 will meet ,, on S. Main St. Members who !I dies,'," T S
wish to attend and who were not xt iJ1i

YOU NEED THIS 1 call contacted Mrs. for William reservations T. Horan may by I fl. :. e. e.. . ...Wi Iso n'5.Iw . . ..:

noon today reservations. 7 s. i _

...ere. misery and km cause* ofATHLETE'S Trinity Lutheran Ladies Aid l } x 1 6J1Ieoj ;$
Society will hold its regular busi- > '
FOOT ness meeting tomorrow at 2 pjn K '
s st
in the Sunday School parlor with 7'By

If skin between toes is itchy,cracked, Mrs. M. H, Kasper president- pre- "A 3{
peeLng-don't delay-apply Zemo I ; l
-a Doctors formula, BO powerfully 000 : FoodCon.ultanttoW oo"Co,

soothing and tffeetitt that first appbcationi -, Veteran of Foreign Wan Aux f : . . . . . . ... .... .. -
relieve itchy soreness and''' iliary is sponsoring a chicken pilau .., _
aid healing. Zemo kills on contact supper on Friday at 7 pm. at 2421 1' Plan Easy Meals for Company
genns* that commonly cause Ath- Kuhl Ave. Proceeds from the ... {
lete's Foot. Zemo guard supper will go towards the auxili .': '* ... Easy-prppare meats can be just as delicious,
against reinfection. Backed by an ary's building fund .. Those as meats which take a lot of pot-watching. When
amazing planning to attend should call -(Our Own Staff Photo: Barnes. entertaining,it's wise to serve a meat that requires
eoMJinvotu aucoeaalZEMO either Mrs. D Parrish or Mrs. D. little attention.

row awarded T Harris noon to.not.the. A later lucky door than winner.prize tomor-will be I i'I Union ParkWedding I Annual JayCee I''Miss Turner Gives Plans; -I

o o o rr a

First Ives-IIardm Presbyterian Bible Church Class of will the R Heidi'' CoronationBall -I I II To Be Feted at Tea Today., 1 i

hold its annual class picnic and of<
Miss Jean Turner, daughter -
monthly meeting on Friday at the At Church I
TonightInformal I
M I Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner of this
home of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Mc- to-I
I Nutt on Lake Lucy, Woodsmere. Announcement is being made attire will be in orderat .city, is today announcing plans I I II .f.

Cars will leave the church day of the marriage of Mrs. Elsie : the annual Coronation Ball beIng for her marriage to James P.i I II
II at 3 : the Orlando I Ii .for JfHfls antf IfysTOYLAND
pjn. by
Bray Trevarthen, of Union 'sponsored I Coughlin, which will take place
o o o I
Junior Chamber of Commerce today .
I Junior to Leon L. Gould of park'i i next Tuesday, June 3, at 8:30: p.m. I .a k-f
,The Department of So- from 9 pm. to 1 am. at the I
rosis will enjoy a covered dish Mass. which took place Coliseum. at the First Methodist Church dr
New Skin Tightenerdoes luncheon today at 12 pm. followed the Union Downey Park. Memorial Church I Billy Arnold's orchestra will I Dr. John Branscomb, minister iWSr'M. 6raM AM 4r

by installation of new officers I The Rev. John T. Dingley. minister 'play> for the dancing. Reservations !Mof the church, will perform the I
Wonders! for the coming yetar Mrs. of the Goss Memorial Methodist -f'must be made by calling the Jay- o I ceremony.. A program of organ I II -
I Ferris Ward and Miss Carolyn I' Cee office. i music will be rendered by Mrs R LIGHTENS dark SKIN
trial f I Church, the 4
BnrnrUf Delight .a.alla! 'eor flni performed cere-
NEW. SAXOLITE ASTRINGENT' C It CAM! Rich are in charge of the luncheon. mony before an altar bajilced with Admittance will be by invitation ;B. Tharp. Loosens BLACKHEADS
Is not only' saves more youthful *pp* rinct'bf only and JayCee members are being -
The bride-elect will have as her ----
temporarily firming.tightening wit ,klniurf white gladiola and palms. j ..
ci but likewise tends to clop up premature The bride wore an aqua crepe'', permitted to have invitationsfor maid of honor her sister, Miss ,; e. I ,
... Dial ,
( < line and vrlnklri, tubduioi 23748CONTRACTORS their friends. Turner. Another sister, e a
their prominence' Tb. effect of this klnorfae afternoon dress with white accessories I Virginia i 1 e -----------------------
tithtenlnc la thrUUnc! Thla cream t and a corsage of an orchid. i Mrs. David Marrs will be a birdes-
dries smoothly and evenly forming aa n- maid, as will Miss Martha Adams Standing Rib Roast
cellent powder bus and makes loft skin .a Her only attendant ,Mrs. Elmer BridcElcctHonor
surface of fact and neck look and fe'l EST. U S : Page of New Milford, Conn., chosea Lt. David Marrs, USA. will act Zs/AlY6tif>T 1
youthfully firmed best for Mr. Coughlin. Season a WILSOVS CERTIFIED BEEF RIB ROAST with salt fc...I
powder blue dress of brocaded as man I
R. Turner pepper place fat side up in a shallow pan. and. for best results
Ushers will include Earl
SEE OCR FIXTURE DISPLAYN. chiffon, with which she wore white Guest l'
Saxolits Astringent Cream MILLS ST. COLONIALTOWN : accessories and a corsage of pink brother of the bride-elect, Robert \VANTED j insert a meat thermometer so the bulb is in the center of the largest
1e.1I. at Cemeti Counter Cvcrywhore I carnations. Miss Mary Ann Hitch was hos- i I Witt J. C. Jennings and Kermit SPECIALTY SALESMANMUST t muscle. Place in a very slow oven. 30CTF.. and roast, uncovered, I
---": i Mrs. Trevarthen was given in tess at a cola party yesterday at :Spears. j until the thermometer indicates the degree of doneness you* family I
I marriage by her son. Richard Trevatthen her home on Woodland Ave. hon I Following the ceremony Mr. and HAVE CAR prefers..HOT,for rare bed 160F..for medium;170F.for well I ,
DELUXE DRY CLEANINGTry William Waring of Union oring Miss Katherine Steed whos Mrs. Turner will entertain with a CALL IN PERSON AT 953 j done beef. The time table below will be a guide in estimating the I
Park acted best for the reception at their home, 1119 S. length of time should allow for beef roast.
Our BERLOU Moth Proofing Guaranteed. Alterationsand as man marriage to J. H. Platt of Win- From 8 to 8:30 AM & 4:30 to S JO PM approximate you a : ,
Repairs-Water Proofing. Expert Spotting and I bridegroom. I! netka, Ill. will take place June Mills St.Miss I ._________________________________________1
Quality Finishing. Quick Service on Laundry. I Mrs. Grace Bray, the bride's t Turner has been feted at a Florida Appliance & Supply Co.,
CITY CLEANERS I IVANHOE LAUNDRY mother, chose a gray dress, and I 21.The hostess was assisted by round of pre-puptial courtesies formerly Home Insulitios+ ) Co. Tim. T.bl. for Rootling >..!* Overcooking meat, which happen
I wore a of gardenias while since the announcement of her f fI so often when do not tner
corsage her mother, Mrs. E. S. Hitch and you use a
Oven Degree of Time
19 W. Colonial Dr, Ph. 7357 | 1630 N. Orange Ph. 5594 I per
Mrs. Trevarthen's daughter Miss the honoree's mother, Mrs. W.'J. engagement several weeks ago. Today Temp doneness pound mometer, causes more shrink ace;
Betty Trevarthen. was attired in ,Steed. I at 4 pjn Mrs R B. Tharp DR. P. D. NAPIER Standing 300 F Rare lX-20mm. therefore. fewer servings...lessjuicymeat.
a light green crepe dress, with I Guests included the Mmes. I and Mrs. Ann Atkins are enter- J Rib Roast Medium 22-25 min.
black picture hat, and rind a corsage George Garrett, Robert N e e 1 tainjng with a tea at the latter's I NERVE SPECIALIST more(2 rlha) oc Well Done 27-30 min. Easier Than PM

of gardenias. I Thomas Erb Carl Miller, Charles home on N. Summerlin St. to honor t CHIROPRACTOR landing 350F Rare 33 min. Roasting is so easy when a low
Following the ceremony a recep- Davis, Carter Whitmire Richard the bride-elect. I X Rib Rout Medium 45 m+o., temperature is used No watching is
tion was held in the church parlors ,Fletcher, Robert Murphy, Marshall Assisting in entertaining will be Complete -ray Laboratory. (1 rib) Well Don 50 m.needed until near the end of the cook
Mrs. Atkins' daughters Mrs. Wil- Catheart St. Phone 2 057 Rolled 300F. Rare 32 min. ins time to check when its done.
the Ladies' Sunday
Mallory, Horace Jacobs 3d .
n Rib Roast Medium 38 .
School Class of the church as I Ford Rogers Jr.. Robert Petrie. liam Wilson and Mrs. J. H. Floyd I Well Done 48 mi:::. There's no basting;no over browning.
hostesses.Mrs. and Mrs. Tharp's daughter, Mrs -- I Chuck
Phil Charles Walter
Igou, Potter Rib Roast 300"F. 25-30 min. Menu Memo
Gould Is well known in Dun Jr.. Jack Buice and the Gene Hampton I Figures, courtesy of National Live-
Union Park and Orlando as she Misses Willa Steed Jean Yothers, With the honoree will be included stock and Meat Board. Browned potatoes, glazed carrots,
Is president of the Orange County Margaret Baugh Carolyn Rich her mother, Mrs. R. J. Turner. SERVICERefrigeration a relish tray of pickles green onions,
and radish fans, and banana
and the Mmes. Earl Turner. David pie are a
Council Home DemonstrationClub. I
Ann Brinkman Carolyn Collins For Best Result superb combination with roast beef.
She is affiliated with the : Pauline Harrell Fontain Winston Marrs. Eleanor Peery Robert' and Radio Serve the potatoes with rich brown
Downey Memorial Church, the : Marjo Dukes, and Lillian McLeod. +I'' Witt George Luke Dennis Mc- : Service-Competent Per- Using a meat thermometer is the gravy adding a little B-V to the
Union Park Chamber of Commerce I Namara. John Florence J. 0. sonnel to serve you! only way to be sure a roast will be gravy,if needed to replace the flavor
I I and the Parent-Teachers Assn. Mrs. Newman Plans Adams E. H. Barnes, H. B. Sand- cooked to j just the right degree of and color in the drippings absorbed by
lin, Fred Graham and Annie e Work Guaranteed e doneness. Tables, such as the one the potatoes.
4 i Mr. Gould, now retired, maintained ;
I Exhibit Misses above are only,an approximate guide
an automobile business in Paintings Raehn; and the Martha Sincerely,
I Ann Barnes and Virginia PHONE 5136 at best.You'll find a meat thermometer, George Rector
i Springfield for the past 30 years. I i Mrs. John B. Newman will havean Adams well worth the money spent for
"See what i1 I I i The couple will spend some time exhibit of her water color Turner. it.'e'' .. (
on a tour of the New England !i paintings of flowers Friday at the I WILLARD & KEISER tJ
It has been estimated that thereare
States., I Lens-Robens Studio 244 S. Or- I 27, sextillion molecules in one Norge and Philco Dealer I .-tJit -ti &.
COLOMBIAsends ange cubic centimeter of air at sea level I .
Mrs. Newman studied at the Vogue Theater Block-Colonlaltowa
I I and at freezing.
Open Monday EnningsWARREN'S Ringling School of Art. Sarasota, ,
-- ---
for three years. She is a charter
to I member of the Ringling school,
'I'and has specialized in painting on

you rr -: ,I -T' Winter Park Phone 68 I linen.She will have one linen paintingon :

display for the exhibit. MOTHER$ 41

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I tor ia _.
and about e nfM19lrM --- -

I I Alligator tan b considered one
You Can'tFind Addresses .." .'
of the best foods by Negroes of

a Perfect Pilot Club : \\TJ)10illE[ :F .i the South.IF VITAMINS

:Man, Girls, much Pilot Interest Club in members the address evidenced given By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor i DON'T BUCK YOU UP

ly RUTH MILLITT at.their meeting this week by Dr. RETURNING HERE TODAY will be Mrs. Richard McPherson the try NUXATED IRON

Girls who want husbands are Duncan McEwan on the subjectof former Dorothy Keene, who traveled to the West Coast several .J .wa...'t.=/w....r M:=soothe 7.' S e.dtdt..ld o.didn lat.R a
Mc- :: Tw, tr .tt..l.. Cost beet rn ./ irtKVUTED
advised Dr. Paul Popenoe. dIrector Socialized Medicine. Dr. ;
by weeks ago to join her husband, Capt. McPherson who had returned 1HON a MIP kvlld awn, veil nwk
of the American Institute I Ewan Introduced by Dr. Charlotte your kknd.far full 14 Mw4 be>M m J>TIttoVuklM
was .... 4t : .
I from a tour of duty in ia..d.f.I. par e a.
cf Family Relations at Los Angela -.t chair- I I *(or "tut* ..whH Gin UWB .tX
that the happiest hunting- Champion, program e. 't. the Pacific Theater. The 011. Jets *wU M dimud- Sloe Ub L
eft ... 4'c I I
grounds are Nevada Wyoming 'man. couple spent several daysin

Arizona Montana. California. I In his talk Dr. McEwan stressed ., .1 Los Angeles, and the '.,

Michigan Idaho and Washington. I the fact that there is something ,. rest of the time in San ....,.t'-.. tLIMVjjk II 1'- SAVE
But before you go West young :wrong In the present economics of Francisco. Cap t. Mc- ; ,( 1wr MONEY!
'woman, you might consider the :medical care that the rich and the II Pherson left last week for
advice of an older man who Is :poor are taken care of but the 1, duty on Okinawa.
but who people in the middle class suffer Y' yii
NOT a marriage expert Tomorrow Mrs. Mc-
has lived long enough to watch a because they cannot afford to hart IMPROVE MEALS!
; Pherson and her mother
number of smart, attractive girls proper medical care. Inadequacies :' Ek
'of and governmental regulations Mrs. R. D. Keene are
become "old maids i .
... ,
Says he: The trouble with 1 connected with the proposed Murray : planning a luncheon to r' -
these girls Is-they want too muchIn I Wagner Dinkle bill were I honor Ann Bnnkman I "

a husband. They look at an attractive pointed out, together with the billions whose marriage to NavyLt. 5TARIACiroeeer
married man and say of dollars of expense that E. F. Hodge will take
Td get married if I could find a would be necessary if such bill 4 place Saturday. r (
man who had all of his good became law, and the compulsory : 000 .' P1\Y MILK SOUO5))

points.: {deduction from salaried employesfor ':,' 4 2( THE t +.; ; kt 1"i.

"What they don't consider Is medical care which might not FOLLOWING .. ._ __. ___ ..._.. E. ;';.:
when vitally Jfr"'4Jk A' .9"-V'W "* -* 7'""wi y .n .n "m"n. "
,be obtainable at time "
rightwoman a
the fact that marriage to the I '" '
improves a man. The needed because of regu- YQQ{ prom for Orlando Senior
SPONSORS FOR .THE ANNUAL GRADUATION Adelaide McLeod, Patti Michaels, and Mary
good-looking, charming success- lations and complicated proced- sigh students at the Orlando -
DANCE to be by the alumni of Jean Atwood all OHS students. The dance
ful husband of 45 probably didnt I lures Involved. Country Club this I given ,
cut quite such a figure at 25. when Dr. McEwan said that a studyOf I. past weekend Maribevil the Omega Xi fraternity at the Coliseum Wednesday will be held from 11 p.m. to 3 c.m., and RodAllen's
the right girl married him. made conditions in Germany and other entertained I orchestra will play for the dancing.
him a good home built up his ego. I European countries where sucha -4 Thompson a June 4, following graduation exercises Table be made '
of friends at reservations by calling
gave him some kids to spur his plan has been in operation would group a for students at Orlando Senior High School, may
breakfast at her home onE the Coliseum. The dance, which will honor
ambition, joined her wisdom to quickly convince us that we in .f I'
his and made hIm. happy and I America would not want our medical : ra Amelia Ave. Includedwere are shown above. From left to right, they are, this year's OHS graduating class, will be a ,

comfortable." | profession and our hospitals ww.m<, Nell Troy Kincaid, I the Misses Mary Virginia Wolfe, Sydney A"11lSlalledat formal affair.
WHY LEAST HOME j under government control where Billy Denson, Sally Shear- I
r there is no incentive for research I MRS. RICHARD M'PHERSON ouse, Billy Atkinson Sissy .
If this non-expert is right, perms i I women: Mrs John Barber, assistant '' 4 cup Sfarfac Powder
Improvement and study by physicians plans luncheon. McLeod. John Demopou-
haps instead of going West a girl Sorosis I
Officers to treasurer, mixed with
and where. in an emergency, ; I( one quart water
} los
could do better,by looking over Sydney Allen Bryan Dickson, PattI Michaels, Harold Taylor and
Mrs. Claude Wolfe, assistant
would be InflexIble ;
they hampered by -
Jack gives one quart
Kazanzas. you

Ie prospects critical and right demanding at home with eye. regulations.A question and. answer period I o o c) I Ilia\ s. Pleas Accepts Presidency ''secretary.I press-book; ;Mrs.Mrs.Charles H. S.Goodman.Strickler .. nourishing kim Milk

girl can't find good !
a anyone
followed Dr. McEwan's talk. FOR A WEEK from the University of Texas. Jn Austin Is ,legislation; Mrs Brantley Bur- k
enough for her in her own hometown Members were urged by Mrs. HOME I II I Mrs. Robert J. Pleus was formally j Mrs. John Q Hedgepeth and Mrs. cham membership file; Mrs.Fred-I'

chances are she won't find Dollye A. Hester, president to sub- I Jacqueline Brown daughter of Mr and Mrs. J, Crawford Brown, installed as president of Soro- : Clara E. Drake, properties; Mrs. rick E. Godfrey, parliamentarian;
anyone good enough for her in a mit names for the 1947 AllAmer- of this city. !I II I sis for the coming year yesterday Herbert Deal and Mrs. C. R. Cook- :Mrs. Victor Hutchms, historian;

spot where the grass Is said to be ican Father contest, before June Jacqueline who is a junior and an art major, will attend the ,afternoon at Officers' Day the final sey, stag settings; Mrs. Sam Ricker Mrs. E. Harold Johnson. Mrs.George .

greener. 4. I Summer session at the university. ...__ __ I meeting of Sorosis for the and Mrs. H. R. Cloud, liter- Carter, and Mrs. Robert
Miss Peggy Wood was !introduced Last she attended Boston ,season. I II ature: Mrs. Tjn Cobb Jr. and Mrs. J. Pleus, sponsors for the Junior
It has been found that sound year !' George W. Johnson civics: Mrs. Use BORDEN'S STARLAC to
as a new member of the Club. University and her freshman \I Mrs. Alton B. Whitman. honor- Department of Sorosis.RADIO. i
teeth contain much more molyb- Yf'ft.rwu .. .
the 1 T. Pottinger and Mrs. R. S I
president presented
Music for the dinner meetingI ary
; ..
denum than decayed teeth at Rollins. j 1- ---- -- skim milk for
i I furnished by Miss Johnnie J I gavel to Mrs. E. Harold Johnson Dow dell, community service: Mrs. make nourishing
- O O O
] Willam Sharkey and Mrs. Andrew
retiring president who in turn
McIntyre pianist.
I TWO CENTRAL FLORIDA girls handed It over to Mrs. Pleus.I Townes peace service; Mrs. S. W. cooking,for baking,for drinks!
<:| LOST 51 POUMDS-J i BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTMr. among the graduates |I Other officers who were Introduced Cooksley. music:

> I and Mrs. Frank J. Santry from the junior college division at I and Installed Included Miss I Mrs. Charle Meyer and Mrs. R.

New Candy Plan ... Jr. of this city are announcingthe {I Stephens College, Columbia Mo.. Mary Branham. first vice-presi- A. Carmichael. tea committee ONLY ABOUT A QUARTBorden'
Mrs. Henry Hall and Mrs. A. H. REPAIR SERVICESOUTHERN 6
arrival I dent: Mrs. Sidney Swope.
of a daughter Marie I yesterday. They are Elizabeth
Slims Down Figure Cecelia born Tuesday May 27, at Ricker. daughter of Dr.. and Mrs. vice-president; Mrs. Hudson Mc- Basler, door hosteses: Mrs. William MUSIC

).In.D.U.1la.rin..Tm.uy rtfau the Orange Memorial Hospital. Sam F. Ricker of Orlando and Reynolds, recording secretary: M Lane and Mrs. Robert tit N. Ora. TL SC71
I welcbod tTDIba.Now 119It ; Riddle guest tickets: Miss Mary
is Mrs. Charles S. Potter, corres-
*. Lot" &titrch.i*"* Mrs. Santry the former Inez Ruth Brockway; daughter Capt. Starlac't grand for make!
and L. C. Nicholson
ponding Mrs. P. L. Compton Mrs. -- -
rfdioouB, AYjSS Tluml c+mr Serreira of this city. secretary;
Redudoc FUa."Yoar ezperiene* and Mrs. Edgar K. Brockway of Moon treasurer, and Mrs. George decorating and flowers: Mrs. ing:Bread!Cakes!Muffins!Biscuits)
wr oriur..te the_but Clermont. Asher Peter and Mrs. M. J. Moss
.MM ndaanc g an.very I Carter. Mrs. Charles Whltfleld. RUBBER Puddings! Sauces! Soups! Cocoa!
n.tJue Bex Mutt Shaw> Raultt or A r> o o 'and Miss Margaret Piper, board Jr.. hospitality: Mrs. Floyd Bat-
MaoryBack.In titCDWATCH AT A cocktail party at members. ten and Mrs. H. E Stivers publicity Milk Shakes! Pie Fillings! All your

-s.aI clinical: d.usea.tntm;conducted. tbaa by =, HOSTS Summer House j< A group of past presidents were ; Mrs. W. A. Pattishall and I ASPHALT rnade-with-milk recipes! .

1M e.ts... lost 14 to IS ..... also Introduced. They were the Mrs. P B Godfrey, house; Mrs.
..... .__. I. '.. during the weekend were Lt. and i: '
... t p. Mmes. A. H. Smith Jr., William M. William Chennell and Mrs. Julian Starlet's So
b.wk e IoeA 1'DS VItac47. Mrs. Herbert B. Wichtendahl. and so ncmrithingl easy to
__ .............. : j jt.r Lane. C. D. Christ. Alexander Ak- Laughinghouse. grounds; Mrs. Z. I FLOORING I
NIwe.. N' .....No luatl.aYo. i their guests included a group of : erman, and C. C. Daley They were V. Raulerson and Mrs. Mabry Ken- us -either as powder or liquid-di-
.ana'I cut out any mate.laa. the military set. Another attractive Howard rections Gives aH the
amt .IKK a butter .- ; presented bouquets of gladioli as' nedy, year book; Mrs. STEWARD-MELLON CO. on package. you
,.t=": = stm your party this weekend was "; were the Incoming and outgoing Sayre and Mrs. Grace Phillips II minerals,the proteins,the valuable B
-::,adtdatr AIDS VMamn. Cady a di- the tea given by Mrs. Herbert .. .: ..)i.fi officers. Johnson, home for aged gentle- 2301 N. Orange Phone 9668 I
lr hmnlo* *: .- I vitamins of rich,whole milk. StarUcis
wtituoia AYDS S2NOW..phonra i Deal at her home on N. Summerlin j Prior to the installation program : .. ..
--- -- -- -
Z-218S MeElroy's Pharmacy [e1.t W.t b..bh tr11.A Iraq. St. to honor Ann Eidson member JACQUELINE BROWNof I Mrs. Johnson gave the is made by removing the water and fat

123 loath Grant Arena- the Orlando Senior High School here for visit. ident's annual report pres-I I S II from pasteurized fluid milk
graduating class, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Eidson. En- i viewing the year's activities

tertainment included the reading of an original diploma depicting I programs and paying special tri- ; U.S. Dept of Agriculture says
PAINT VARNISHSPECIAL Ann's life from kindergarten through high school, and % memory book bute to those members who help- 1 Nutrition studies have shown that
of friends of the honoree Ted I in making the year a successful -
kept by Carolyn Shiver. A large group were
PRICE THIS WEEK ON one. when children on diets low in these
UTILITY SPAR ,VARNISH I During the business meeting nutrients (Riboflavin and Caldmn]
o o o
'Mrs. Johnson welcomed as new i given dry [skim] milk In meals
were ,
A COMPLETE PAINT DEPT. members the Mmes. Frank Alfred,
WILL BE a game party of Officers' Club members and their :
THERE ,W. O. Fowler. Ralph Smith. Olan A quiet, low cost attic their growth improved markedly.
guests today at 8 pjn. in the Main Lounge of the club. Then on I
Yergin. W. R. Roy and George ,
WHO KNOW THE PAINT BUSINESS fan from our completeline
Saturday from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. there will be a special dance at the t Rimby. .

JOSEPH BUMBY HARDWARE CO. club with Ted Weems' nationally famous orchestra playing. Dress I Mrs. A. H. Smith Jr. urged all will make many a.trr. .
members to vote Tuesday. June difference in
ORLANDO WINTER PARK for the dance will be informal. Another dance on Saturday will 13 and the Parking Meter ordin- degrees

be the graduation dance for the senior class of Rollins College, and ance. house temperature dur-

this affair will be a formal one at the Dubsdread Country Club. The meeting was brought to a ing the hot months.
i I close when members of the hos-
o o o pitality committee entertained 0 Now In Stock

WALTER AND Jinni Richey are leaving Monday for Pitts- with a beautifully appointed tea. '

'! EVELYN. Pa., where they will spend two weeks with Miss Rlchey'sgrandmother. Mrs. James A. Pittman and Mrs. I O Immediate r .

I ,Mrs. M. E. Hibbs. a former resident of Orlando. Mrs. I George D. Allen presided at the Installation o

Charles Wadsworth is visiting relatives in Miami. Dr. and Mrs. tea table. Others assisting were
i the Mmes. George Clapham, C. A. O Free EstimatesPhone
Marshall C. Dendy and son, Marshall C Dendy Jr.. have returned
I Meyer, Robert Riddle, Robert Car- 22456H.
from Rome. Ga.. where the latter graduated from Darlington School
rigan J. M. Pedrick Jack Camp
for Boys. They are leaving again Thursday for Decatur Ga. and on Oliver Jo Bailey and E. G. Rich- ITl taut to csk f41 TtorclensSTARLAC
ti returning will be accompanied by their daughter, Nancy Dendy and ardson. Flower arrangements were

Dorothy Porter, students at Agnes Scott College. I In charge of Mrs. W. R. Boone. H. .RROBINSON DAUGHERTY I
& CO.'za!
o o 0l"R. The department chairmen and I *

AND MRS. RICHARD CAIN JR. have as their guest Mrs. Amy co-chairmen for the coming year
\ have been announced as follows: : at BUMBY No parking problem
Mathls of Montgomery. Ala. Elizabeth Allen arrives tomorrow 'I
Mrs. Robert Carrigan and Mrs.
r from Duke University to spend the Summer here with her parents Marion C. Van Trump, drama; : _:,U..I1'.II: U' .FLOMDA; .IUILDERS_EXCHANGE: : : NONfAT DRY MlIX SOLIDS
Mr. and Mrs. Linton Allen. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Johnson haveas i

their house guest his cousin Paula Johnson a student at Wells --

College Aurora N. Y. .Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Leedy are leaving Satur-

day for Littleton. N.H.. to attend graduation exercises for their daughter -

Barbara Leedy, a senior at St. Mary's In the Mountains.

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ONE OF THE most attractive of the season's parties was the one at

Mrs. L.B. McLeod Jr. was hostess at her Turkey Lake ranch son

i home Saturday, honoring Caroline Lee. of Sanford. Seminole High as

School senior.. ,Spring flowers with tiny red roses predominating ero t

were used profusely in the decorations and small figures of graduatesin ((1 time in half !

t "": caps and gowns were presented the guests. Mrs. McLeod was assisted -
'' in serving by her daughter Lucia McLeod, and her niece

Cjnthla Roumlllat. of Sanford. Miss Lee was also complimented at a

party at which Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Roumillat of Sanford were hosts.

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Market Leaders Daily Citrus Auctions r Citrus SHIPMENTS ReportCARLOT REPORTED FOR '[ Page 12 QMatrtto fSmttfng; &rnttnrl Wednesday, May 28, 1947,

O.AN GES Commodity i Fla4 Cal.lArx. La. (Tex.lQ'nd Court OUR BOARDING HOUSE
Show Moderate Florida gtd Boxei Tanr ![total car car car car*,total j Records ;tfelI
8td. Boxei wirebd. Ind. HIT. CalU. 4/3 BU. State
Oranges ( 78! 2091 1 f 288 Scores
BoxeiCar Grapefruit -I 251| 4 8.I J I 37 Orange County "
CTTT-Market term Car AT Car AT. Can AT.It Car AT A,. Mixed citrus I 2J: | if 1. J 24UnreportedMay I GA M. t.pv.is! ss /. IV
,I New York City ilrrecular) 2 2.60 26 311 332 33 307 __ ___ 25: Texas 2 grape Marriage Application F4PGGLII4G, gUT YOOR. FEr'.lDa. !
TrendUpward Philadelphia Ihlcherj ___ t 331 1 140 7 3.70 fruit. ,
[ n -- '
I Boston Irretulsr) _______ 2 3.08 __ __ 6 3 '78 __ I Swell Nelson McLester 40, mechanic. I MACHINE HA GLARING 8IG GO$ ," A 141M PRICE
Pittsburgh utroncer) __ 1 34S 8 3.35 SUMMARY OF PASSINGS THROUGH I 1 l.nd Marlon Augusta Koch. 36, teacher. j DEFIClEI4CE--A%
DOW-JONES AVERAGES I Cleveland (no sale) -___. _ "_ -_ THE FLORIDA GATEWAYS }i Harry Walter I MiSREAU..Y I1FII In Lane Trial
NEW YORK UP) .. Chlcaio (sharp decline 8 3.37 .'"Y' i 3.41 Including diversions at Savannah and Prendftgast 21. Navy, I IMS FENOEC, FOR UGNT4S .toot.s OUT A
Stack: O",en High Low CloM N t Ch. St Louis (lower) 4 320 S 3J5 Penscook. N. H.. and Frsncolse Porte. 20.
JO bids W.U lM.SJ I-** 1M.1T off 0.12 Clnrinnatl ino sale)-===== = = *- = ...:.. = = Atlanta for 24-hous Last period West ending South Sam.Tola'.: clerk Cocoa Beach. -rl.I CAR, INCWO ocI
M Mail 42.2 42.Ct 41... 42 4C u* 0.11 Detroit ) ____ 1 __ __ 01 WE t.ciP ioo OFF YOUR
lower 3 III 11 4 Oranges ;3 7 6 16 Ervln j.&o-- A PAIR 01 Ln.
IS Util. 32.03 110 3271 32.00 eft 0.11 u F. Hodge. 23. Navy, Live Oak. andEmma Despite defense objections the
Baltimore higher 364 1 3.18
MJT U." S7.SI M.4 aff 0.02 --- -------2- -- Grapefruit _- n_- 2 ? 2 ASRI PRICe 0c SA'JES ROLLER fl4
IS__Stk ds Clot Net. Ch. Total .:: 326 It 343 93 3.39 = = Mixed citru __ __- 1 2 ,_ 3 Ann Brlnkman. S3. 618 Woodward. prosecution got before a Circuit

4. Bonds .. ""____, ___.102.11 eft 0." GRAPEFRUITS Total cars held. 6am. yesterday I Earlond Scott Norton. 45. clerk. 64 W. f 1 Court Jury yesterday testimony

1. lit R.ilS ___________10SJO off 0.16 .(Seeded) oranges; 1 grapefruit. I Concord. and Mary Lee Penn". 35, 90 on admissions alleged to have been
10 2id RI8 ____-_ 17.45 eff '.1' Florida Ind. Riv.Boxe I!I POTOMAC YARD AND PASS. I W i!
i* titil* '________.107.TS off 0 02 Btd. Boxei Wirebd. i 1:I I 1 made by Willie Lane .who faced
10 lads _-_______--_104.14 eft '.1' CTTT-Market term Car AT. Car AT. Car. AT.S INGS AND DIVERSIONS AT CINCINNATI James Turner Lee. 22. bottler. 214 E.I a first-degree murder charge growing -
Transactions In etecke ...... lit averaeMyetterday New York City (trrecular) ____'. 1 3.00 ___ 285nrmni for 24-hour period ending a am yesterday: Winter Park Ave. and Betty Lou Falagan. out of the
: Industrial. TO.WOS rail., JS.TiOl .- Philadelphia unchanged) .- _ __ ___ Taner: 1 18. 214 E. Winter Park Ave. Christmas Eve
utilitit 26.900 total HUSO. Boston lower) -_n_____.___-____ _ __ __ I hrGr.....- Mixed I j shooting of Willie Dickens in a
Plttsburch.) __.____._-- ____ __ any. fruit in.s Citrus I IBaltimoro I I I Instrument Filed I' poolroom at 619 S. Parramore St.
MARKETS AT A GLANCE Cleveland (no sale) __ _ _______ 13 3 __ Earle O Ward
et to I
us B.
NEW YORK S Chicago ____?____- _ Boston ______n_ 7 2 I 84500.I R. Coleman. Patrolman L. E.: Reynolds testified -
STOCKS lIIix.... elected ....... roe St. LouisCincinnati _______ _ _. I Buffalo _______ 2 1 1Cleveland mig Georgian Inv. Co. to A. O. Sovoter et 'Vs that while he was driving the
_. (no sale) __ ___ __ _- ___ 7 I II nx. am.Bessie.
ONDS: lowen rail decline. Detroit -. _--_ __ __ __ I ColllmDu" O. ___ 3 1 1 1I I Louis Garrett to Florence Edith prisoner to the police station Lane
COTTON: Lowen July liquidation. Baltimore (Irregular) *- --- -, -- -- I'Detroit ________ T 1 I, Christian wd 810.I said "I Intended to kill him. No-
-__. = 5285ORAPCFBUITS I New Haven ____ 1 ?: I
CHICAGO Total ----------._ ___ 13.00... n I I J. W. Thai-man et al to WUey Hunt body "
WHEAT: Hlgherj unlavorablo. wtathtrtcommercial I New Tort City 23 1 5Thllsclelpltla B. f can take my money
buying I i -_:::: 16 ; :: 2Pittsburgh et nx. In.Boardman __, IL I Several witnesses said that a
Co. to
Albert T. et
CORN; Higher export demand. (SsadIsas) ____nn 1 __ __
wd .
Ind RlT.Boxe Texas nx. 810.I dispute over a $5 bill precededthe
Mixed advanced with wheat Providence __ __ 1 '
OATS: u --
and eern. CTTT-Market term Std. Boxes Wirebd Boxes I I St. Loull _________ 1 __ __ I I Imtc Oliver W. RaireU et nx to R. A. Decker. : shooting.
Sharon too 24JS.. New York CUT (Irregular) 3 3 97 10 2.56 II 3.76 1 1.80 Walblnlton. D. C. 2 8400
CATTLE HOGS: Mainly tteadyi too 27JS.. Philadelphia (unchanged)) 2 3_OS 2 340 __ __ _n'' u -- -- I FalTTiew Corp. to Cousins 11)).. Co. wd J. R. Beach sergeant in the
Boston lower) 1 3a6 2 193 I I I 110 police detective bureau said that
PltUburshCleveland n::===:- = = -1 2.36 COTTON CLOSING t I Fred L. Beer et al to Gem Westwood
-- I about
NEW YORK IAP1 Assorted qed 81. j'i J two hours after the deathof
( sale) __ .
no 7'
stock market leaders struggled for Chicago -.- --__:-? = = = = = = -4- 217-- NEW cloud YORK 25 (cents AP) Cotton a bal futures lower yesterday to 25 A. H. Swtrts frlo R. E. Monoroe. wd tlO. ) S, 4&::' I Dickens. Lane was brought Into

St. Louis _____ __ __ 21.97 H. c. Rhode et ux to Elizabeth 8. Rice.
In the ---- cents higher than the previous do,.. New the police recreation
recovery with, some success I ItaUend Cincinnati (no tale) ..... .. __ __ ___ __ *. "_ Orleans telling and liquidation depretud. wd 110.Jord. 1hI -- room and
.. C. Skinner to Eunice Skinner, s said after usual reminder of
proceedings 2.40Baltimore
of yesterday's Detroit 3 constitutional -
I '- pricos more than SI a hale. but mill buying
Clrri'u: rj :: ::: 2 29i :: wd 110. -.- ( CANST6UVA
,,.... __ 1 2 28Totals .
pivotals continuedto --- and short covering late ill the ussion rallied rights that he had Intended
although many __ -_h_________ 8 3.80 18 2.55' 18 3.78 11 2.11I the market partially.Washington I Homer W. Wright to H C. Rhodes ..m.lI.bel I" A 1fr) GOODVWEELCHAtR. I -
seek lower ground. W. Lewart to Joseph P. Nelsonet to kill Dickens.
advic* indicated the Commodity -
Trends were dropped in the final Credit Carp tentatively agreed to Walter ux. wd M.810 Sander et nx to Julia Bowman lt After each of these witnesses

half hour by timid short covering finance purchau :f CO.OOO bales of old wd '10.I had been heard by the Jury. Lane

and investment buying. I Closing Stock Quotations I crop abroad.cotton for h Army Until program Bank.Joseph KissImmee.M. Booth mtg ptIX$2500.to First Nat. was placed on the stand and denied -

Early losses running to S or more Trader had expected a call for 75.000to i J. S. Jones Jr. et al0 Stuart W. I Say; and Loan Assn., mtc $8500. I that he had at any time said
100.000 bal'**. It was also feared there Polish
Clarke et Drama that
nx sm. he intended
converted to kill.
points were or Hd. High Low Last will .be na fund available for the cotton William Hetzel et al to Franklin Life Ancebilt Holding Co.0 Theo Bruce !
into modest plus marks at the NEW I export subsidy next -eaoan b.cauae of the Ins Co. ch mtg $2000 Owen wd $10. It
and City South .' 7 181n'. 1*'. I prospective slash in the Agricultural De Howard Cox to J. Kelly Wroten Dunn 'Makes a Comeback was that both men
close. Dealings, sluggish the greater stocks Cop -- 277 lid 43'. 43% 43V partment's budget. jet ux. wd $10. Theo Bruce Owen to Herman 8. Pro-j I had drawn knives' at the start

part of the time. quickened for Peesi. Co _____ I 41'41..,. 4H. i Open High Low La.t ,I II Jessie Singleton et nx to D. Frank Smith phltt.wd $10Gertrude I I WARSAW. Poland CAP] Despite of an argument and that Lane
a brief Interval on the comeback. | I I July 33.!94 33.98 33.75 33.94 off S et ux. wd $10. D. Chretien to Arthur T. Barder tremendous losses of :
Int Oas __? 11 5 4% 4.. I Oct. -- 29.74 39.73 2*.53 29.72-73 up 3-4 1 I J. F. Holly et nx to Ross H. Darby etnx. et ux. wd $10. I war took a revolver from a drawer
Transfers of 660.000 shares compared Am C ft.. N 3 9% 9% 94 I, Dec. 28.SS 28.*S 28.S4 28.81 up S I aol wd $10 J. C. Robinson et nx to R. C. Haley I buildings of theater libraries and in a barbershop at 615 S. Parra-
with Monday's 540.000 Am Ttx I r Glass ___ 3 48 4 48'. 48% March 28.31 28.36 28.1C 28.35 UP 2 : Bennlfr D Oliver et nx to Charles P. et ux. sm.Alpine actors who were killed or died in
I McN ft L 14 8% 8 which were a 5-hour minimum Aire ____ 11 11V4 11 11% July 27J2n unch. George W. Borah et ax to C. C. Garletts wd $10. concentration camps the drama in I there to the poolroom.
since last July 5. Am C...,. Inc u___ 10 20'. 20'. 20% Middling spot 2C.34n off 15. < et al. mtg $3446. Benjamin T. Langley to J. C. Strtck1' Poland 1 is on its way back to prewar -
(P) ?__ 11 .18% 1SV 18% nominal. I George Boddie Catling Jr. et nx: to James land claim of lien. I, Before Judge Frank A. Smith
The Associated Press 60-Stock | Sear. E. Martin et ux. wd $10I Jack T Paul et nx to A. T. Davis. splendor.
composite was off .1 of a point I .Ill... Trucks __ 9 47' 45 "81 4 NEW ORLEANS (AP) Cotton future* had I James E. Martin tot ux to George Boddie wd $1. I i The Polish Theaters Artists I adjourned court until 9 a.mi\
j S 3m 30% 31% I I no decided trend hero yesterday and clotC Jr. et nx. mtg $3500. I John F. Kolr Inc. to Edward Dvorak I State Atty. Murray Overstreet saM n
at 59.9. The market again lack- | itt : Midland =: 7 6% 6% 8% i ing prices were 20 cents a bale lower te i C. C. Uarletts et ux to George W. Borah et ux. wd $10 Assn.. within two years after the
ed breadth. Of 8st issues registering ', Std Gen & Field ___ S 25% 25 25""'. I 10 cent higher. I et ux. wd $4946. Zenas B. Davis et nx to Carl Dahlquist l end of the war. today has 1.329 the prosecution evidence would
GH _n___ 13 15'. 15 15% Open High Low Close Robert Adkmson et nx to First Fed. S... I et ux. am.Oliver members. Its take two more hours. G. P. Garrett -
against 880 the day be- I Pet u__ 7 35V 35 33% July __ 3380 33.*! 3360 3J.78 itt 1 and Loan Assn. mtg $560O.: Joseph Bailey et ux to George H. associates include
fore. 425 fell and 242 rose. New Txss _.. S 4% 4 4 Oct. ______ _2*.72 24.72 29! .52 29.6 unch. W. L. English et al to Cleo\ Florida Balles Jr. wd !957 dramatic artists. 114 opera i and Donald Walker are defense -
i' Ward .._ 19 51 S0% 50'. Dec. _.__ .28.1 28.81 28.M 2.77b up 2! Woodard. sm. Arvld J. Pearson et nx to Rex Builders 124 and ballet attorneys.DUN .
Up major fractions to a point Cotp __u__ 2 10". 10%. 10% March __-u .28.88 28.22 28.11 28.27b off 1 David B. Brown to Robert Adklnson et I Ine. wd $10 ; players. revue stars.
Union Carbide at 98i i Air Alaska May 27.82 27.85 27.70 27.81 off 4 I ux. administrator deed $5500 William Arthur et nx to Alva Cassady I II i 100 stage managers and 83 theater I
or so were .. 32 14% 14%, 14" lI-IIid. Jeannett Gordon ei al to A. G. Barn Hushes mtc $7000 pedagogues. AND BRAOSTHtCT
1-2. Santa Fe 71, General Mills ... --__ 7 12V, 12 12V bill et ux. wd $10. Lewi Boznango to Sam Outlaw et ux fEW YORK UP) Dun and BrsdJtreefi
[ extra divldendl. Great Al AUeg ( : : Fib 3 9% 9% 9% NEW ORLEANSAP) Soot cotton cloudsteady. I Walter W. Rose et al to Rosemere I mtg 2000. There are a total of 37 newly dally weighted price Index of 30 basic commodities
.45 on un_ 6 28 27!. 27% 25 cents a bal lower. Sales 612:; property owners rel rev. Herbert E. Sanderson to Carey Hand et built or rebuilt and repaired dramatic I compiled for United Pre s (1930-
Northern Railway 36 1-4 and __--.2 8% 8'% 8'. low middling 30.!90: middling 35.40: good I E. F Reasor et ux to First NaL Bank ux. smJ : 32 arerace equal 100);
Chrysler 97 7-8. Ahead were U. S. Am h Rer __. 12 36 35'. 36 middling 36.00; receipts 6.95S; stocks 123.- mtg $8000 H. Strode ct ux to Frank W. Russell stages in Poland. I Yesterday ------ ---_--- 254.56
Am i' & Prod u 20 29'. 29 29". (31. Annabelle Mark Taylor et vir to E. F. et ux. mtg I2 OO. !( Monday _------:::=-:----- 2S .Ofl
Steel Youngstown Sheet. Sears Am __ 35 19'. 18%. 19% Rfsor et u'(. wd $10 Carl Morris Dann et al to teals Bozn- Week ago ---______ 2S4J7
Roebuck. United Aircraft. Consolidated Am Car "... __ 16 16% 15% 16%. NEW ORLEANSAPThe average .price J. Max Scott et ux to Jefferson Standard I i anio. ad J'br&' Northeastern Arizona has a nat- Month taO _. .-___--_________ 253.35
Am tt d .- 3 27% 27% 27% of middling IS/16 inch cotton at 10 Southern Life Ins. Co. assign lease rent andi Harry et ux: to Morris Rector ural bridge formed from a petrified -I Year ago __. _________ 194 58
Edison. Anaconda. General Am fc T :' :: :: & Lt =_-- 17 1V4 I1. IV. spot markets yesterday was 25 cent a i I profit.. et ui. wd $10 ', 1947 high (March 18) _____ 269.25

Electric. Southern Pacific.Schenley Am Am .. ,, Corp ___. 1 19% 19% 19% bal lower at 35.78 cents a pound: average I J. Max Scott et ux to Jefferson Standard Paul H. Brown et ux to Bryan F. Smith tree. 1947 low (J... 23) _____________ 232.SO
and Texas Pacific Land Am R.d .. lnd,, t 3 26 26 26 for the past 30 market days 35.63. : Life Ins Co.. mtx S25.0OO. I et ux. mLa $10000. .-
Am Roil :I RR 42 13% 13 13% Middling 7/8 inch average 34.22 cents a i I First Nat. Bank at Orlando to J. Max Harry Sellards et ux to Harlow G. Fred
Trust. Am I A 8t Lft 1 80 80 80 pound. Scott et ux, 11m.i i, rick et ux. rat* $4000. OUT OUR WAY
Douglas Aircraft touched an- Am Stl ': Aviation 3 7'% 7% 7% .4.--- -- ----- i, Ada L. F. Barnes affidavit. I Sun State Stores Ine. to John Mitchell.
\ .re Pacific 14 14% 14% 141. FLORIDA FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Nydegger In,. Co. to U R. Nydeggeret agreement to extend leatel
other new 1947 bottom but stiff- Am ux. wd $10 l State Bank and Trust Co. to Sun State i '
Am Tel 'I Oil ___ 0 32% 22 32% JACKSONVILLE AP) Federal State Mar- I DR. Ford to Z. U Riley claim Stores Ine. sm.. I KNOW-BUT THEY \
ened and emerged up 3-8 at 46- Am Tob ilK Ne.. Service New York market oni I e ux COWBOYS DOMTHANG (:: .
Corp --n 10 8'. 8". 8'% I of lien. M. H. McNutt et ux to Martin W. Brew.Iter AU. I
1-2. A cut dividend depressed AmWat Am .' ___-_, 11 28% 55% 25!. i Florida Snap fruit Bean and bushels vegetable. Honda:' Belle few I I t. Htrrr I* Price et nx to Carl K. Landeset Jr.. Qed $10 THEIR. STUFF'"THOSE I SILVER KNICKKNACKS I
Gabriel Co. common 2 points at Am HI Glass ..472 7H. 72 72 best 2.50. poorer quality 50150. ux. wd $10 Margaret B. Flik to Max De* Rosier I 1 UP OU TH' FENCE I ON "EM/ I
Clay Taylor to Elsie Blair wd $10. Qcd $10.Stockton. '
10 1-4. also a low for the year. I .. ft Rico n_ 11 35% 35% 35% Lima Bean .bushel 5.00-5.50. poorer Viola Hope f'Ylr..to D. Elsie Blair, Mtg. Co. to Ray Cox et ux.i p JUST PER. LUNCH / THOSE THINGS COST I

Denver & Rio Grande common ; Armour Com _... 2 4 3'. 3% quality 200400Cabbage 50 sacks Domestic Round I wd $10. I i iMarie qed $1. THEY THROW "EMDOWKl l MONEY" HAM6 I
Assd pound
Motor .57 5" 8V 5.... Wllkerson to Elsie Blair. wd $10 I F L. Easier "s. Louts E. Gabel and It ANY PLACE .
certificates yielded 1 1-4 at 7 3-4 Atch T type 3 00-3 50, poorer duality and condition I J_ UP: flrl.J
Airways __ 20 10% 10 10 I, Edna Cooper et vir to Elsie Blair deed Orlando Dev Co.. lis pendens _
and the preferred certificates 11-2 j .All Pictures ___ 45 25 24125 225250Celery $10. I Max Des Rosier to Evan: A. Thornton __'
AU 16 Inch crate Goldenheart wide _
Dull __n__ 3 35% 35'. 35% I Francis Hope e* vir to Elsie Blair deed i I et ux. In.Evans I

at 26 1-2 when directors deferred AUas Mine _____ 7 104 10'. 10% range in quality and condition generally I A. Thornton et ux to Max Des ; : y
consideration of dividends. Johns- 8 JC) ___n_ 16 39% 381. 39 I poor to fair quality and condition few" 110.lee C. Tlmmona et ux to First Fed. SaY. I''Rosier. qcd $10.James T ___ .
Bald I good quality 3 dozen 6 OO-8 00. poorer 3.50.
: Cent Alrl _._ 2 8.. 8'. 8% and Loan Assn. mtg $7500 I I B. Burley f'UII to Martin W. '
Manville conceded 1 1-2 at 110. Band ft i RR _-u___-. 48 11"18% 18% 4 dozen I 0-8.00. poorer 350. 6 dozen. Protective! Life Ins. Co. to E. A. Stebbln Brewster Jr. qcd 110.Hurley ;
4.50-800. few 4 00. 8 dozen 4 5O-J 00.poornc I
... __.137 28' '. et Brothers Ine. to Martin W.
Allied Chemical 1 at 165. I 29V % 29 ux sm
Bell 3.00. 10 dozen 3 50-5 00. poorer 2 00-
Chss & Co __ 8 40% 40'% 40% W. H. Sander et ux to Max Roger et Brewster Jr., qcd $10.
On the losing end were BethIe- Dodl ___.. 8 38% 37% 38V. 2.50. one mark '4-6 dozen" 9 00. 8 dozen ux. wd $10. ; James B. Hun to Martin W. Brew
hem. General Motors. Goodrich.i Best '' Elee __n. 7 xd 23'. 23% 23'% 8 00. 10 dozen 7.00., XXs 2.50-300. one I Hugh A. Waterman to Robert 1.. Adam ster Jr.. assign mtg. I
mark 5.50-6.00. Pascal type 2% dozen 6.507.00. -
Beth Corp __ 6 xd 22% 22% 22'. f'.L part rel Dug.J.mea 1 I Hurler Brothers Inc. to Maitin W.
U S. Rubber. International Harvester Morris __ 3-4 dozen 5 007.00.Corn i E. Brewster Jr. assign .
n 4 28 28 28 I Dirffenwierth et ux to First mtg.Usrtin
American Telephone. Electric Boelnc 1 Pet __.. 12 53%, 93 53 crate Yellow 5 dozen 3 50-3 75, | Fed SaY. and Loan Assn. mtg $5000. I E. W Brewster et nx to MartinW. 'p
American BordMi Btl Car _._ 6 10.... 10 10 I lack 4 dozen 2.50. I' Faye Relnau to Lownde M. Llppitt et Brewster Jr.. qcd $10 I
& L1 ht Can. Cucumber bushels 4.50-5.50. ordinary to
Power Borg- & & Gam __ 14 59V 58%\ 59%, ux. mtg $6200. I M. H. McNutt: et ux to Martin W. BrewI I -
I fair OO-3 50. few 4 00. toordinary :: :
Kennecott tiuPont J. C. Penney. Branlff NJ ___ 6 xd 23 22'23 quality poor. I Lovnde M. Lippitt et ux to Faye Rel stir Jr. wd $10. |
quality 1.25-2 25. few 3.00.Eupl.nt
Brian I Oil __ 12 231' I I'n.u. wd 110.I .
23 23%
Pennsylvania Railroad. Texas Co. | Budd -- bushels 3 50-4 00. few low a* | -
I Ida B. and Roy S. Pulslfer to Mildred GRAIN MANGE U-N I
American Woolen. Burlington ,I Bulova : : :t: i I Corp>> _.-.-. 20 7% 7% 7% 3.00.Esearole poorer bushels quality 2.50-3 200-2.75.00. quailly Finfrock. qcd $5. CHICAGO IUP I
Mills and General AmericanTransport. Burling I K Orph ._. 13 11% 11 11% I 2.00. poorer I I. Mary Louisa Llneberger et vir to Mamie I Open High Low Close -1 0
Burr Rand __ __- 12 27% 26". 27'. S. Parker mtg $10.000 WHEAT-
i I 1 CCalil I Avia --u_--:. 2 4*. 4&. 4% Limes Persians 1 5 bushel carton 4 00- I( Mamlfr S. Parker et vir to Mary LouiseLlneberger June ----- __h_ ____ -_--- 252V. I

Bonds were narrow. At Chit' .. Steel ,_.__.51 24% 23% 24 1 4.50.okra bushels 8.00-10 00 and et vir. wd $10. I July _____- 235V.. 2354 2334, 2354
COP ft Br _.11 16'% 16 16 poorer I, Winter Park Fed. Sav. and Loan Aisn. Sept. _____ 225V 2261 2.24 226',
earo wheat ended up 3-4 to 2 : Can Or Tob B 14 38'. 38 38". I large 350-600. ,to Henry A Bennett D--------- 2.22 223U 321 2.2351.

cents a bushel. corn 58 to 3-4 I' Canad Drug -___ 7% 7%, 7% ,I Peppers bushels. California Wonders 7.00- I Richard Hardy et "ux a.to Winter Park May _____ 218V; 219Va 217Vi, 2194* .
Carrier 8 00. lew 6 58. ordinary to fair Qu.UtJ'I
) and oats off 1-8 to up 1. Cot- :'Case Cn Stores ... 12 21% 31.. 31% ::1.0-1.00. Fed.Charles Sav. and Ambrose Loan to Asxn.Richard mtc Hardy$1500. et I I Jul"CORN-u____ 1.7'71" 1.781.151... 1.11\ ,

ton was up 25 cents a bale to Caterpil I Arm. ___, 3 8 7'. 7% I Potatoes 100 pound sacks SebacoKatahdln I nx. wd no.All..n I SaPt. 1 6694 1 67' 1.64% 1.674
down much. Celanes : .., Distil 48 26% 35% 36%. type ashed US One size .A 450500. I II II Grant PIerc et nx to Raymond t I Dee. -===== 1 47'1.49': 1.466. 1.49 I II
4 75-5 00. 2 few
B size 75-3 25.
as mostly
I one
Cent Roebuck ___ 53 32'. 32'. 32% I W. Greene mtg 8300. I 1.449. U6!. 1.433. 1.46's I
Higher in the curb were Cities Orro .. Inn ._ _..on 7 11 10'. 11 I mark 3.7S, bushels US. One size A 300- !I Alan U. Abele et nx to Winter Park : M6ATs..:. :
3.25. size 2.252.50.Souaxh
Service. Creole Petroleum. General ,Certain Che Union on IS 26 25% 26 *. bushel hampers Yellow 3.00- Fed. Sav. and Loan Assn., mtg 84500.Winter Juli ----------4. .89'. .$54 .891. I
OU _____ 14 14 Park Fed. and ___._ .80',. .80'. .'
.. % 14% 343. I 1 Bar. Loan Assn SePt. 111'"' .80'1
Pireproofing and Southland, 'Ch U 8 1 __ 40 141. 14.. 14'. :3.50.. Cocozelles 200-250. some low a* to William Partree et I Dec--------773. .77!. .'111'" 7n. -
Royalty. Slipping were Allied :Chi ft.. 0 Ac P __ 2 3!. 3% 3'. 1 50. Acorn type ,! Andrew Laska et ux lIio' Rena Roe. wd March __ __ .'78 : erWIT. 5 25 ITRWIU.45
Potatoes bushels Puerto Rlcans
NIagara I gW. : ;: : Edison __ 7 31% 30'. 30% 4.00-4.25. $10 May .74% .733' .73!'.. .75 1. BEAUTY TRgA-Tl-iw-TS -.
Products. American Cyanamid. I I ...'r.....
Pacific .- 24 36", 35% 36% City of Winter Park. duplicate can lien. BARLEY- -
Hudson Power and St. Regis :Cote Coca; ate Ry __ 20 30% 29 30% Tomatoes luc 6x6 500. 6x7 450. I Arnold Menk et ux to Winter Park Fed. I Dec. ... ... _____ m_ ___ 1.3614 I - -
I Within __.12 4% 4% 4% -
Paper. Turnover here was 190.000 I Col Fuel Corp ___n 5 18% 18.... 18% CHICAGO LIVESTOCK 1---- ----
.Colum 0 CHICAGO (lAP (USDA) Salable hogs
shares versus 160,000 Monday. Ine 9 9% 9V. 93'
: Coml Brand UUh 13 28 28 18,000. total 14.000.: market slow early sale* -

I iComWlth:Coml: : Oil OU Cal Ind ---_----__= 25 29 39 55's!%.. 39 SS 39 28 55'%U. .I I: good at 2300-24.25 and choice: top 180-230 24 25;lbs but 75-1 most 00 lower tales -w_ NOWrHAZZASMART I % ...WE PONT T\ANrTsHE'$KJCHA eiVEZALILWZ \ HOLPITA HMMSTOPl| AN'NICE _ir5NotLPe

RADIO SERVICE Comwlth Con .. Oil NJ nu_ 50 70 69V. 70 I all weights 1.00-1.50: lower, bulk good and .. 1UI 5AY YOU JII5 PABYf! j TO PARK LIKE KIP* AMP \\PUCTY AN* INNA /MEANTIME,/SECONDSlfiAR. %' KUTTVEMASOtfTTM:..
:: I Oil Ohio __ 19 ad 27% 27 23". choice 170-240 lbs 23.25-24 00. good andi
L Cons Spri _n__ 6 12 11% 12 i i I choice 250-280 Ibv 22 OO-23 25. 290-330 lbs f WOKIN' Fee A coun.fi I'M TH* Ut | BE PICKED VP SY ThE cor !' SAMCT-LIKE / .' GOT TO WATCH OPEM ALti: UT ANDTIJEEtAciELp

ROME MOTOROLA AUTO Coot : Drue __. 1 37'i 3'H. 37% 202521.75: 360-400 Ibs 1850-2000. most 1I oEtLEZ5UKEU57D FELLAWBZ KIN MAK z INOWAPI.ACEWUEgE / ITctPJAIWE foz TWE5IPE FLA5IlUl1T531ln.
Expert record changer service work Cost : ; ; ; I "- Camp 6 15% 15% 15% good and choice sows 400- 50 lbs 17.00,1800 ,
guaranteed Pickup and Deliver Coot it.. Webster __ 4 11'. 11% 11! I i : PATE UP-AN' you TW yj CAM PaVE OFF TKE/WHERE c'TUZN I oArI IE! POKETJ7UtNtEDaTA..BAy
Coot Corp ._ 38 11'1'1 173. Salable cattle 7500. total 7.800: salable cTougFrI !
NEIZE OF TO'PLflOt 3VZ Ttot&E5! WE ,
Auto Store Corn ::: Oil _un 211. 8% 8!. calve 1.000: total 1.000: generally steady .
Economy Supply Cran UCHANGfS'K Mnt _u 3 xd 8% 8% I 8!. ,'except cow and bull itMdy to 25 higher: CHAMPAGNE OIL FIELD HOMEY I
US ft. Oraas A YO. Phone (441 Crucible I ft Co _____ 16 xr 31'/. 30% 31% top 27.35 paid for two loads strictly choice I ,_ _
CurUa 1328 lb fed steers: comparable grades 1150

...- Co _h____.- 20 59% 59 69% I weights 27 25 bulk good and choice fed a,
LOWEE .: 1f ft's Isuht Cutler Gulf Sulph __ 7 47% 46% 47% steers 24.25-28: most medium to low i
0Deere .. _. good kinds 22.00-24 00 load lots good and
COST C A 0 3 27'. 2'7.%. 27% j'ii 1
ft L Trust ._ 62 20" 20 20V choice heifers 23 50-25 25 choice steers Sr
Del & I ., A OU _. 6 18%" 183. 18'.I and heifers mixed 2550-2575: bulk beef 'a'4 S.,
Del ,, : ..... ___ 11 11'. 11% 11% i cows 14.50-17.50; canner and cutters main- \ _
Detroit & West Air .. 5 14'. 14..... 14'% i II' 11.00-13.75: good heavy bulls 111.75-1'100: _
Dill Corp _.__ 4 5'. 5!. 5% choice vealers 25 00-26.00 odd head 26 50. '
Installment LMIDwt. ;_ Dom C-Fox ___n 18 27-. 2'7'. 27% I Salable sheep 2.500. total 2.500: active:
4th FlowFIRST Uoutlai, : I IDre.ae Coach .-__. _. 11% 10'. 11% I lipped lambs ateady; three loads good and se11d'J 3a;
_-_-_n__ u 10U c___ 10.!.,.: :' choice fed clipped lambs No 1 and No 2
duPont pelts 22 00: one deck topped at 22 25: medium 6'
NATIONAL BANK aEastern Bag ft P t 27% 27'. 27% and good clipped lambs 2135-21, C.
3ib rxteril Dnmlt loraniM Cvwntli Eastman : :: : : : Carbide _... 22 98% 97% 98%. I wooled lambs and springers absent, slaughter ___ ____ __ I \
steady to 25 louer. mall lot
OU Cal .. 6 20% 20% 20%. ewes
El: Po : Aircraft ... 35 18% 18 18% natives mostly 8.75: two loads mixed craoe I

HISFLEAS Enc Emerson. ; ; : ; i| Corp UUh. 32 3 2% 2!. ,, 115.lb California 7.15.I .
KILL Fruit 18 47 46% 47 I *
Erie F RR : : Gas Imp--_-:- 5 xd 21 20% 21 I I, CURB STOCK LIST : _I II THEN SUE CAME ,M HECE.AHP CD K6MNIN&: / TO KH. UtE: \ TWT TUE KKT 71UT 4CAO4*45.418CE

i J\ | F.rns n_ 11 112111 91% 1 Furnished through courtesy Merrill WENT INTO AN ACT THAT A SMALL TCtVI $UAUT WHEN X3U THOksw$ EXAOiy wwr tHE HANT..OttAO

'1 I IFlIntltot. n_____ 28 42% 41% 41"'. Lynch.Aluminum Pierce Co. of Fenner Amer-----------and Beane: 54"Am..r..c.n.mld I t FOC l7fc LIMPS rrr I wcu.. rnnI. CONVINCE VOfl IlLS tUE SOMEBOCY EXPLAINS! ABOUT '3ce 70 DeN1. Wt' 4.01 10 A44UM )OU
48 64% 63% 63 .
Torment Dust .J hh Co. B. --_-_- 41 to. .. .a i3 czsiit WALK.EL rncr ntj 'A; ABCm TO VAaTE- Out 4UELL 6AME$... SIT rVTUT 4 TEP EXAcTLY AS lJE WW7KI AN?
\ Florida O :I' Co ---- 29. 9 Amer. Oas ft Elee. nU_ 38% I ACTW COT 31114 WhOLE TECZ AM ATTC.Acrw FAiL OTY- vav Q1TE S PIP HER ACT&UH tiES? NOW TWT TE ey FCUOtWId NEC CAC rWiJD5T

will kill the fleas Oen Bui __ __ 9 26% 25%. 26 i.. Ark. NaIl Gas A -. .? 4% I wut&cawAa .
on jnjJr 046 1 Un Tel A ._. 5 18% 18% 18%i Brewster Aeronautical ':" __ ..- 4% I us S'Ea 'OV :
your dog Oen : : I Air Br __ S 28'. 28\. 28'. Barium Steel -- --__...-...-..._ 4 I nI &MH6 TEANSfrCTAT-ON IV R4NTOMUC WA* FOK.CA6
30 seconds-if it fails it I OlUett I Elee ____ 38 2423'. 24 i. Creole Pet. Cor -_- 28%\ .1 > TAIV: ''C WIEAT. '> .
: Steel h_ 1 33%. 33% 33 iCities Service --------______, 30% 1 SLIT WHy ?
Motor __. 1 20'. Colts Patent Arm 30% .
is free! ".. .. 20'. 20% --- -
Harmless to the _-. 12 7% '1'% 7% ElM Bond ft Share Co. u.___ _- 10. I
Ut & Co .__.12 11% 11% 11% Fairchild Ene ft Airplane Corp. 2'.
dog. (FW) 9 43% 43% 43% Glen Alden Coal Co. ____nu_._ 1'IV. z is
arum I Or. AtL &.. Pac. Tea Co. ____ 11111/ .
1 lb. box _$1.00lb. Quit Mo Sh ft T __ 14 96% 58 56 14, Humble Oil ft Refc. _u__ 5'7". I ,
Cult Hecla Mining Co-------__ U.. ;,e

lb. box _______30e H Raldo __-_ 4 16% 16% 16 \ Hubbell Inc. __nUU__ _ 314.KaiserPra.er I II
2 _______ 64.
Product S 7% --
Bare 1 .7 i
Sold by Feed, Seed and Houston uuu>:
Hardware Stores. Hudson i i Nlles-Beement-Pond Co. ___ 10i :.
I FOREIGN EXCHANGE i P.ntepec Oil of Yen. 8% //I
PatentedWILLIAMS' I Illinois YORK AP) Closing foreign ex Strock ft Co-------- '_ 21
). rates follow (Great Britain In dol r Soaotone Corp. ___un-_ 314 .
Int .. In cents: Schulte. Inc. __ -___ 4
CHEMICAL CO. Int Nlrk dollar In New York open mar Stand. Pw ft Light 1% -
cent. discount 92. St. Reel. Paper Co. 8 -
Int per or 50 U. 6 _
Technicolor __ __ 11% '
208 South Parramore St. Int Tel up Great 1/16 of a cent. I! Textron __ __ _ 111.. P' v- W f OH-(50fl.!'u-AH'M: SHORE THET: )

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14. Beauty Parlors I 17. Hauling and Moving I| 19. Servlcca Offered j!' 19. Services Offered I 19. Services Offered i 30. Good riacei to Eat 33. article* for Sale \\Or1nnb

Flynn. France Rhoades. Betty dump truck. Box 434 8-Star. 't. paving with surface treatment I AU lawn work. Free estimates. Eb- f Motorizing -Enjoy ASBESTOS SIDING and roof shlnglee..
specialty. | your favorite food WED.
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guaranteed Bumby oil For lunetim
CaldwalL Xlnora PhlUlp and Dorothy I LONG DISTANCE MOVLNG AQ Work 437. Pimp.coo. erhardt 2-1740. Shrewsbury.. 691 Formosa winter of air-conditioned cleanlinessand a protection. Available
Clement. AU highly efficient withi point P. kln.. crating local movi ._IDC. Phone I' I Park: 6224.SEPTIC charm. Reduced prices -Doati at Mills and Nebraska.
i year of experience Phon 6U2.I i lot. Bnddath Moving Ac Store Co. DRY CLEANWO: : We employ only ,LOTS CLEARED .Prompt service: i forget our good steak" Located next BABY-STROLLERS-MW.III-o-Rld.: ." 33. Articles for Sale
10. Baby Sitters Child Care I W experienced help, Free estimates any tlm*. 116 mID TANKS CLEANED Special
| 115 Columbia Phone 8154. skilled and ; everythIng to Fla Bank. price this week. Bumby
AMERICAN BEAUTY SALON-44 H i t modern machinery Try us MacDutf phone 21147. John Newton._ pumped and hauled P. J. Hardware. 102 W. Church CLOTHES: PENS: -Clothe* Bn. calvanized -
LORE* BOARDED day or eek.: W. Church opposite Rialto Theater. I Cleaners. 204 Rldgewood. corner MACHINE AND REPAIR SHOP !: Burke Permanent resident I bonded: 1 and rope; clothes lIar
Bonnie formerly with Ellxsbeth: Laundry Work 31. Good ThLnrs to Eat 26'S. men's; new tube
it car*. Large. comfortablehoma Rosalind Phone_2-10110. Pipe cutting and threading Electric I Insured Route 19. Box 231; 2- 1I71. paint. Wilson Leonard Hardware 42 W
W J 4IU. Salon. Welcomes her patrons and 81990 each. 464-M.<< Winter Central.
(round*. 702 L Michigan. I and acetylene welding. Cohoon I Phone 2-2ir7.
friends. For appointment ph. 6931. DUMP TRUCK SERVICE-Clay roads. SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED and VALENCIA ORANGES The belt to P.rk.SATR. ""
MachJiery Co. 138 W. South. I .
!1 HOME LAUNDRY. 2030 W. Church I fill dirt. shredded peat. Edgar -_ f cleaned. State approved 20. years I ship. We have them! Also' for CAMP STOVES-Jost JVcl..,d" a
JL special: NeUcet 1 CHARLOTTE-KAY BEAUTY Salon. i 21342. Shirley phone 240. Winter Garden MATTRESSES RENOVATED: Stcril-- In business: AltermaU. Can 6730 or home use. 81.50 buzhel Graperait75c large shipment Bumby Harare
I Ph. 4014. invites you to see them i ELECTRICAL REPAIHDXO and house lied recovered with strong attrac-I* 7371 for service I bushel. King Fruit Co. 1401 W TUBSCarload 102 W. Church.I .
ATTENTION-ThU 1* to BOUfT an i for beauty culture. Hilda Monck.i i i 4514. Miller Willis.Electrical live ticking. Comfort U our obJec. Washington: 7267. i I CHROME KJ.OB8. pullik hTuoa
broken that my home at 1902 Illihois VlvUn Lawrence. Margaret Whldden. i wiring Call U.... Russ Mattress Co. TREES DEMO83ED.!:
I i 19. Services Offered Contractor.I 1123 W. trimmed taken cast Iron enameled bath mou>ding and hardware for beau
.Ave. is off the market. Dorothy |1 i McCrory Bldg upstair | Church: 2-2213. down Full lasurance J. B Hauih- 32. Art.d s for Kent lust received. Other :fixtures tubs en'i fTing your cabinets. Mills and Ne
L ..JT1ab. OPFICICHINES ton. 525 S 8. Summerlin. Ph. 9777 braska
1U T'S' UTOPIA BltAUTY SALON ADVICE TO BUILDERS-ADd Supply I I : REPAIRED-Our hand. including toilet seat*. Nothing i
AVERA'8 BARBER SHOP, Division.grocery. I 803 X. Washington 10* off on all quotation See Mr. Xcou at Mill: I SANDUJO-Finishing and service guaranteed Check with TREES-PALMS TRIMMED IIIdr.mo..ed BULLDOZER-By hour of Job. Can ocmn. 36 months to pay. Libby Jt tSHlS-n: to ea-pc ..... Vow patS
market corner: Columbia. I i FLOOR George Stuart. 13 9. Main us for one of the cheapest estimates Freeman. 711 W.
permanent Phone 9725.GENE'S and Nebraska floors with modernmethods SU phone Bonded. John Newton Church. terns just arrived. Fair 8a. 10
E.Anr. I 1 laying. Modern
Shady parking space. Zner '158. In town, 9947BULLDOZER .
.. 6o. OPen 6: cleal t.AN I Burn'y SHOP-Spring! SPerial ASBESTOS ROOFS WASHED with i : modern dustless equipment 116 Irvin Street Please _hon 2-1147 __ I I W. Chur..h.l ''
criI-o-IIt1I'ERWRJ uu.x- Big reduction la beat wave |I steam arc restored to their natural j Free estimates. Soeclallilng In Pene- PAINTING-Inside and out. Quick: TRACTOR SERVICE-Groves or new FOR RENT-with rake >EEP FREEORB-FrtsiO: Fr.r, dos
Nou..... contractor.W Cold waves* a specialty. 204 8. MaIn .: color Why not have them put back tre-lae finish. Price 6e per ft. flnI service. Bonded and licensed Estimates around plowed Lots cleared leveled I and disc Hour'y! or contract Phone BRUSHES-Most aU types household I I bit Insulation two eompn'ua' 'iis
er* .,. W. Montgomery the Phone 6686 a* they were when they were new? I Uhed. Modern Floor Surfacing Co. cheerfully given J. Newmann. Contract or hour rates. Ph. 7534.I brushes. lOc and uP. Knox Stores 22' w 140. 33" long and .t> ce ,i
have the tot and we.. Going have to I If* inexpensive.: Estimate cheerfully: I Phone 2-4150. 1700 Virginia Dr. 2-2643_ 2-7283:! I pgll.hf'-; Co. 25 E. Pine Phone 2-3183__. I, One year la use. perfect rnnt !L
I110m. FLOOR
plan for a RAT'S BXAUT1 PARLOR-A a tJpeaperm.DeD& furnished. Steam House WashIng Co.. I SANDER edrer and BEVERAGE COOr.E\----Brunswick Cost $490. Will sell for 1400. Fun: *
of these house down I UPHOLSTERY Robert 8 Brown. for Johns
keep the cost I and phone 23623APPLIANCE rent. Hardware. 2208 20175..
I wave Pro-heat PAINT ESTIMATES Color suggestion Bine-Flash. Liquid and solid food
(A a minimum. Complete. 63.700 2911 N. Orange Ave. offers finest Edeewater Drive telephone 2-09la.
FHA approved. U Interested tall )! cold wave a specialty. Dial 4222. bER VICE -All appliance FANS REPAIRED: Cleaning and *. Reliable painter recom I in fabrics and workmanship.UPliOI.STERINGSlio I, I refriur. oD. Easy access: greater DIAMOND JUKII.n. a 4i".arat
2-O123 for information. 1 38 East Pin. On place ol11J.SPRIN I> services (DO radIos); reasonable servicing; expert electricians. Johnson mended. Hatch. 6001. At Glldden's.I FLOOR.. .. SANDERs' New' American I I storage capacltf; faster cooling. Immediate diamond ring for sats V. .it* Lax
I : PERMANENT8-Machine or Work guaranteed. R. N. Med- Electric Co.. 23 E. Church.: Ph. I : covers refiaishlng 'new edger. Reasonable rate delivery easy term Or- 432 8-Star.

AT pressure I.A8T-H.meter your equipped.car or Warning truck. mehiBlM 86 up; phon ..iM.i lln. ph. 7384 or 2-3021.: I :51M |I PAINTING-Inside and out Llcensi Ingram-Browa.. We call without 418 W.obligationCall Central.. 'I C._R. Burke. 1805: 8 Bumby 7851._ I Undo Appliance Co.. Inc. 210 N DOORS windows serf-ens custom

signal on dash inform driver il i Jewel Charm Salon. 806 W. Amelia. FCRNITURB REPAIRED:: -Made to I i and bonded contractor. Free : 2-0006 or 2-2353: _ I' FLOOR BANDERS: Two. new Two Orange..=_dial_4537.BREADROXESWhite. I,I built. Furniture store I x''lrea. all
pressure la any tire drop whether I look like new. Old pieces restored estimates call 2-3066. I I edgcr and two polishers for rent enameled. classes of mill work, Look t,'r slsion
UpHOLSTERING.Pf'rU" designed
car U standing UU or la ",UOD. I U. Schools and Instruction_ APPlIANCES SERVICED Washing to their natural beauty Russ Mati PAl1'TL"lG-WheD' its painting you upholstery. Many choice patternsto I 1 at reasonable rates. Smyth' Lumber S3.75 and up Knox store Co. 2} Winter Garden Rd. Garden Road

Call or come down for demonstration. ACCOUNTING Engineering.. High machine tervlced. Prompt efficient i i tree Co. 1122 W. Church; 2-2213. need call 2-3930 Brush or spray I choose from. Russ Mattress Co.. Co. N. Orange and Railroad. X, Pine Phone- 2-3163._ I II I Cabinet Shop ph. 2-2017
McKlnney Machine Woik*, 131 repair on all make We have Stanley P. Curtis licensed ,I! BED : DEWALT J'Owiii"84ws-Aiio Tark
School. International Correspondence I FLOOR BANDINU Finishing. Specialize and bonded 1122 W. Church: 22213. -Single. Hollywood with Innerspring I *
W Kaley. approved L. the. part Britts. General Electric Pantra-Seal treatment. 20 contractor FLOOR SANDER and edger; also cab-i: mattress and box spring*. planer Mall saws. drt. s. Ix>tan
Schools. Veteran Franchised Dealer. '356 N. Orance. Modern I VENETIAN BLINDS REPAIRED Ir.et aander and floor polisher ', $U. Oak dresser. 914 W. metal lathes J. D. Peas*. tlei h.ne
81V >
readings daily. yrs. experience. equipment. PAINTING-Brush :
ADVICE-Psychi* O Ro".. P. O Box 2974. ph. 1282._ ''l'bOD' 942. or spray Industrial Slats replaced with ..Iumlnum.Ou.r.nt..d Wnkoff' 1Mw. 2524 Kuhl. i Mount Dora
2:30 / I Work guaranteed. Licensed. Prompt _2-2821 I I 3153.
circle TOIL 8 p m. Thuri I or residentiaL Water proofIng not to peel rust chip. BATHROOM CABINETS-Wall "
Sun.. 8pm. 44V* W. Church Rm. HIGH BCHOOL-Complete your time hlcbschool with I iervice.0._ R Burke 7851. our specialty. Exteriors me M I I I For any kinds of blinds 20e or per M.I : TYPEWRITER RENTALS -. Special I recessed types. 85.9 and up.smlth'I'I DIAMOND RING=LadyV.i 28 stJne
12. Rev Cherry office phone 708'. at homo In spar fLOOR SANUUtO-Flnishins. cleaning ft. 40 000 sq. ft. or over Anywhere I i I ft at factory. Refinishing and repairs monthly and quarterly rates Checkwith Stores Co 25 X. Pine Phone Must sacrifice for 2OO. Call ;.-4406
ADVICE BY MEDIUM- -R--ii- I American N* classes.SchooL Diploma.Texts Free furnished booklet. ALLIS CHALMERS 8ERVICK and .ID.. Exclusive agent for { in State. Free estimates. Best la reference I, by factory trained employee George Stuart. 13 8. Main St.. BEDROOM: :. SUITE -pc. Bed. I or se* at Rm 2. 423 8. Oranr-- ..
Thrash. Christian LUht Church Writ American. School. Dept. O. c.. peru; tractor end power units Flor-Co Sealer which guarantees perfect *. Ph. 4951. Rt. 1. Box 115.Klulmmf' Orlando Venetian Blind Mf g Co. phone 8158: of drawers and vanity I DEEP P'REZER-VlCtor: euT: ft:
Farm and Horn Machinery Co.. 40 satisfaction to who desire ''. Fla T. K. GallowayPAPER TOOL RENTAL SERVICE Paint ; 'JAt I
Circle Tues. 2.30: Thur. 6 PIlL 2-462 P. O. Bog ::1161. Orlando. i 1739 S Kohl '0511. bench. Walnut finish 879 Powell capacity. Orlando Appliance Co.
W. Robinson: phone 22713. Quality Lasting Floors. Estimates: sprayers, .kU-....; benchsaws.power ; furniture Co. in Colonlaltown. 210 It. Orange 4537.
REAL ESTATE: LAW and practice ALARM CLOCKS RPAIRZD-Any free. Orlando Floor Surfacing CoE.tabn.hed .. I i mowers, ooring:
HANGING I equipmentand
Painting. Ph. 2I
Superfluous hair All makes 24 hr. service and DOORS-Sash
Building. for broker and sales BOATS-Correct Craft runabout and made of viijini:
Preparation 192$. 1809
removed. Ph. 440*. kind of clock: or electric equip since N. Or.I 3571. I I pick: up service Caldwell and Harris mlse Young's Tool Rental 100 Screen lawn '
permanently cruisers chairs cab
I man. Classes tart each week. 139I 'I Ave. ph. 7836 I II W. Washington. 8454 new and used Also Old nets. AU
ment. We fix everything. Barker |
BRADP'ORD-Pachi. read-I I Pin fit. Phon 4I 4I4I.I I 1 I 2213 Edgewater Dr.. College Park, Town canoes various lengths, square I type of wood work. Orlgnco Wood.
Ph.I _
ing.; circle 2JO Wed. 561 West Col- Repair Shop. 48 W. Central. FURNITURE UPHOLSTERY Refln- PAINTING-Waterproofing, all masI 2-1972. stern and Spoiisons for outboard i craft Industries 1500: W. Washing
umbia Ave.i phone 2-2331. If. Travel InformationCARIBBEAN.OtIATIMALAN 7696. ishlng. 4 piece bedroom suite j onry lurf. e. Thoro system WASHING MACHINE: REPAIRS Article for Sale I motor Fin Castle Boat A Construc- ton 81.DHlNKING.
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I: AWNINGS porch curtain Venetian 142.so. 2 piece living room suite 187 I Porches doors windows screened Service on all makes all warkguaranteed. lien Co.. phone 3-2465 i FOUNTAIN. .... ',
BARBER SERVICE chairs ready crolsei. ', blinds gilder covering. Full line of UP. p.ul' Repalr Shop.- Fh- a-116. I Bonded. Insured N. J.rfle5._ : 7453.I :. Al Wlgtlns. 2014 K ARMY GOODS-Tarpaulins and tents; CYc4wHIZZERMOTORSTh.. I[ antomatte tbermos'at. Bum!

aervlce.to serve AH you Union with shop.Jest Wl e/fic'enl close 1 Orlando Travel Service. 118 X: material. Phone 826. Florida Awning FURNITURE REPAIRED and refln- I PLUMBING Clyde: Thompson repeir'I II Riley Ave.. phone 6247. rain bo.coats". Hundreds, panchos;of clothing; rubber -. lowest cost transportation Ideal Hardware. 102 W. Church!

at 8:30. East Bid Boner Shop. 60 centraldlol9SO4. I i iI I Co.. 432. .Hugbey._ _ i Ished like new. Cabinets DI.d.0' ,,1 I work. 24 hour service. Ph. 4789 i| \bELL. DRILLING-Lei ns drill your Low prices' : save at Morgans new Salvage Item. for the mechanic No paiklng prob- I' DOG PURNINNINGS..tOI." : rt.bit
APPLIANCE SERVICE-Range*. f.DI. order, Tlndall Furniture Co. .323 M. Residence 1210 Eastln St. well I-m::. Come la today for demonstration I
and install -
X. Church.C. I DETROIT. MICH.-Leaving 29th. Passenger I your pump for 46 E. Church. ness: leads, playthlne e: Kr 'x
R. Broker I havemoved wanted. Share expenses and wanner*, radio All appliance Orange Call16546. _ I i I PAINTING-Quality materials Home home or Irritation. Easy payment Whinier Motor Sales. 602 1(. Stores Co.. 25 E. Pine Ph-uwt 2.- : \.
my Real Estate and Insurance driving. Mr. Muszy 309 E. RobInson.RequIre 'Adapting oil lamp to electric a FLOOR SANDING AND FINISHING I,I and business. Your ideas in color I nothing down. 36 months to pay ANTIQUE x36 See at MIRROR 625 West- Mahogany Stetson. 20 Oranr. _Ave Phone.2-4687. |1 ti OR--cH -"Nutone ..'
Pick Caldwelland Photo
speciality. up service. I service. Modern equip. I! Belmany Well
Prompt Drilling CARPENTERS
business from 64 If. Court St. best of references Immediate service. Ed Curtis ph' and Pump 2-0730. TOOLS-Kand saws: I I door .hlm.... t3 50 and up. Kong
to ;307 W. Par Ave. Phone 2-3354. ,I HAVANA and Nassau lb boat or *.Harris.Park 2213 phone EdgewaUr 2-172 De.Colic bent 1935.portable Skilled power workman unit.,Established licensed- I I PUBLIC 9724.I eaM Supply of, Orlo winter Vista Garden Orlando Rd.7087 1 mile ATTIC_FANS- il'ImfrolD30! to hardware.braces, level 2JO 8:. etc.Orante H. Ph.H. Parrlsh 2-1641. Stores Co.. 25 E:. Pine-Phone ,-'.If'.

BOLDEN HEIGHTS Barber.Shop. 21st i I plan. Call ?rld9 Travel Service i ACETYLENs and electric welding: bonded Insured. Steven Floor Sur-'I STENOGRAPHY ariH letter 48 la. W* will make survey and CAMERA ELECTRIC RAKG3Aiai ime....
and Westmoreland Formerly Jose 118 X Central |' machine work on pumps law mill facing Co. Phone 6582 ': writing Mall and" phone service i i estimate of complete Installation at : printer EQUIPMENT Contact !! size and full sized For l.me :at*
I Parker Business Service 2-1287 I i with reostat control '
Barber Shop on E. Church. I 1 3rd. Want 1 Term. 820 2 delivery. Modern, Appiian.' i, In
INDIANA-Leaving June i and road construction machinery; FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED-ReflnIshed. I' 'I WELL DRILLING no cost. up to 39 months. dark room Um ". It each. Ph. 6510. ,
WILL MOT be responsible for any driver. Mr*. Buchanan. Rt 1. Bun- aluminum and brass casting. MeKlnpey SUP covers. Ingram-Brown. PLASTER PATCHING by an expert.I wtllard A Kelser Vogue Theater 42< N. Orange Ave
debts other than my own. Signed.WyaU. D.ld. Drive and Alpine Winter Park. Machine Works. 131 W. Kaley. 418 W. Central: 2-4)OO6or 2-2353. I I i Also minor repairs Orlando Home Guaranteed wells Any size you re- I Block. Colonialtowndlsil36;_ COOLERATOR: Ice. AU porcelain I ELECTRIC WATER HEATEi.!: -A)",*
V'. I FLYINQ-TO-WASHINGTON. Bait- BUILDING repairing and painting. BUOUEY'S HOME REPAIRS-From Malntenancedlal 9948., __ __ i Quire. Sterilized and tested No- AIRPLANE-MODELS-Complete stock _$324LE:. Robinson Ave.Apt. :S. I gas. Popular slses. gel It,* juurs t.'.
';I AM MOT responsible- debt COB- I I I more. Pittsburgh and New York' Prompt service. Licensed and bond- fr.nt to back from roof to cellar. PLUMBING"REPAIRS-.BUI King for thing down. 36 months to "' .,. LIbby 1 models and accessories. HO-Q Rail., o [MRfuXREFRi: : ERATO week. Walter J. Wilcox Inc. 61 X.
t traded: by the Fern Restaurant after i i I area May 28 to 29 In personal plane. i .d. Superior Builder. ph. 20123. |I Including healing and ventilating 1 I prompt guaranteed repairs Phone & Freeman 711 W. Church. road. boat*. racing car. Model sup- 42 cu It. capacity. 1947 model for Robinson Founded 19Je.Et.ECTRICWATBR ._ _
April 7th, 1947. Signed. Wm. w. ,, Hays room for 2 passengers on share BEAD AND PEARL= STRINGING AU work guaranteed Call 5028. 5059. Residence. 1729 Grand plies Haleys.. 214 N. Orange 6668. Immediate delivery. Walter J. Wilcox HEATER
Faust. I expense basis Beech Aircraft.- 1159.I Jewelry and watch repair, guaranteed -I I HOUSES WASHED-Looks like paint i PLUMBING SERVICE=West Central j j I ATTIC PANS' -AU sires"C-,m')l-tV Inc. tl K RoblnaoD.- _Pounded-.1936 and 40-gallon: also gas 3lltjswater

LIVE BAIT-Chtners. boat, motor I'1 I INDIANAPOLIS.. IND.: =:-Drl11n Noirrady's. Msiradcr Arc. j lob Bungalows SIS. 2 story S30 I I Plumb'nc & Heating Co. 13 N WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS-All I!I election of mill fin Orlindn I COMMERCIAL AND UTILITY sleet I I' W. heater Dumb Hardwgra. l..
and cabins. Klllarney Fishing 1 i i I Thursday the 29th Take 1 or 2. CLEANING AND PRESSING Cash Waxing (floor our specialty. All work: Bryan: Day 2-2236. Night 7538 makes.. Msytag official .service'I II cn.c:53. 210 N Orange I II I reduced windows In s'ock All slzet Prlr s Church-
Camp. near Gourd Keck Spring oa ,;I References Box 449 SStar.ii3Vi and carry prices will save yon I guaranteed Call 6326 PAINTING-9x12 rooms; ceiling and Bsrton next to Colony Theater ,i'I Ave Co. % Southeast Steel Sale LKCTRICWLDR5..4I,3 A ,.
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Lake Aporks EkY.-Lod .nlI I -- -- ----I I walls. SI2 including flit oil Low Winter Park 93 I W Amelia Ave One 0 1:., one P St K. Vnt"<<
rider w money. Bring us your clothes. Superior BOUSES WASHED. with steam look I' AUTOMATIC WATER; H7ATEIt3- ,Phone! 2-144J. r
SWEDISH J.tA.6SAOa-ror: arthritis; I ed. June 7th. Share expenses. Box i iI i Cleaners, 214 Boone St. different and are different because I rates exterior Helfand.. 2-4287 WELL DRILLING-W* specialize in 1'1 I Electric 10: 30 and 40 gallon i I __ __ I new Mill 81.ELECTRIC Florida. Iroa WerHe. 1710 M.

neuritis: slenderising: Miss Gil 212.! I CONCRETE FLOORS etc. We form they're clean.: W. do not damage any REFRIGERATION SERVICE: Commercial I small diameter deep wells. 2", 2t4" -Mertlsnds- Limited qusntlty. but. CHINA 'I29tb. ""
bert. 12M W. Yale Av. 2-2918. NEW YORK-Around June -1st 3 ,, pour and finish concrete floor i, shrubbery or flowers. We also wash and household repairs. I and 3". Can inittall well and pump Immediate installation Convenient ,!i .-I Auction at 1.iJ'p..Thurs.. May i I REFRIGERATOR: :_ oT*
f..dl. onlY. I rider 1 to help drlv. Ph. 2-0005 driveway walk and step. For the window on the outside. .Free Good work charge reasonable. Fernnon ol FHA plan. Call or write P. P. terms Wlllsrd ti Kelser Veau I Is a partial lilt of m. Following s'ove Dining room fornitur W. O.
e 11. Special Notices after_8 pjn. 1 wee estimate call 2-0256. Dunham estimates. Steam House Washing Co. Refri,eraton Service. Ph. 975J: French. Longwood. Fla. Phone <. Th-ater Block. Colonlaltown. dial be KId merchandise to Meloon. Pine Castle "
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!I ELDERLY LADY wishes ride to ChlI Concrete CoCONCKtTE 2-3625. ROOF REPAIRING!: =New roofs In 5136. I ELKCTRI.C: W-Ponable. N. w V I'..
SPENCER SUPPORTS Individual I I cage. Ql. Writ Mrs. C. Wehner" : WUKK. driveways; steps.wain UOUSK CLEANING Guaranteed stalled. Patching and painting I :30. Good Plarr. to Fat AQUELLA=c nl-rola..ter lr-ka" e. Many beautiful demitasse cup and' \Vapat. For immediate de!:.' "v C.TTiHard (
designed. Mrs. Warren. 1202 X.Washington. '''RI. 1. St. Cloud. Fla. *. floors septic tanks, licensed workmanship. Also cabinet madetoorderPbutieLPi.Buis.9430 Jled the Roofer" Phone 2-1255. i dampness or seepage on brick. .saucers chocolate sets tea sets & Keiser. Vogu, Y..:-_ire
Phone 2-3506 or 2-3065. i I i "" """ bonded; Southern State Floor .. :.. | RUGS AND-UPHOLSTERY: cleaned CLOVER GRILL concrete stucco or any kind of covered dishes portrait plates bisque I Mock U Colonlaltown; :5JiS.V..Z.CTRIC : -
II Co.. 8714 or 2.bllOOfor estimate : HOUSECLEANING SERVICE General. I in horn. food. masonry Smyth Lumber Co.. NOra figurines pair of Wedtewood candle- HEATERS T..' 'e
WILL CUSTOMERS of O-J Phillips. I 17. haulIng and Movlnc_ I II -- I your own Appro..d'm.tllodl. Reasonable prices prevail at this me and Railroad : .w Pv
Jeweler. 12 Autrey Arcad please CONCRETE SERVICE :: Floors. I spring Fast work neat service.We I Moth proofing. Prices reduced high class restaurant "The best Aye i stick. Bisque baby. 13 In. tall other : alsowater eoolerg. Can t at
claim their work by June 2 a* ator ALLIED TAM LINES DCN.tlon'.1 1 roofs driveways. step and walk:*. clean celling walls woodwork.floors Dixie Rug Cleaner Ph. 7642RCGS food la town" The customers: ADDING MACHINE, -New electric J I Piece of liavlland Lemoges. Cope- onc... 8 W. Cent raw phone .. i3.
will b* closed for 3 months vacation. I largest movers of household goods The best in engineering workmanship 1 and furniture Service Is man- =-UPHOLSTERY: "CLEANED" i Try us. 7 8. Court. isyi Can be seen at 316 W. Colonial I land. Coalport, etc. Also exquisite I ELECTRIC; 8TVZ-.3 slew t_. .--rT86O.
W. P. Kelly. Registered Surveyor. Call Fidelity Storax. it WarehouseCo. and material. Free estimates aied b, old experienced Janitor. Expert workmanship fast service | I Drive phone 4302. 1 French porcelain clocks Large punch I Double Becker bed. go-d mat
Church and Main Arcad Phon I I .. for tree estimate on your lou I For concrete' work of all kinds call Housekeeping made easy. For thebest Guaranteed mothproofing service. Ph. AUTOMATIC WATER COOLFRS by bowl with 6 glasses paintings lamp teases: 825. Pressure _',for >n
1341.J I' distinct moving 56-61 W. Jackson: g780 or 8530.: ButhananConeretoCoCONCPITZ call 23245. 2-4318. Klrenlie Co of Orlando. I!' CERVANTES Spanish SPANISH restaurant. I Westlnghouse. Cordley Sunroc glass silver etc Belgium orientals I fling Ill Can be leeR at l.;j M
8t Phone 2-3184 skT. HOMES CLEANED and repaired'ln- bean soup. Cuban sandwiches Change your present dead expense from scatter rug slze[ to 9 x 12. Watch Hyrr after 10 5 m.
FLOORS. .' ,
walla. RADIO REPAIRS; Quality yellow rice this
parts expert and chicken Real list
%. Lost and Found i 1, AERO: MAYFLOWER TRANSIT CO..... :i roofs", and steps-Carpentering repair -1 1 I side and out. Licensed and bond-'I' workmanship satisfaction Italian spaghetti and sauces; 16 E. sired into a Walter Teal) investment J. Wilcox.Term Inc. If 61 d E<-. 't grow. I i'ELECTRIC LAWN MOWERDeoion..
Long distance moving.. Call Joiner *. Attic fans Installed Free ed Gale phone 22037. guaranteed W. specialise in complele Church Robinson R. Sodero. Auctioneer Demlng Aue- strator. 100 ft. heavy power Cord,
BICYCLES POUND-Two. as Tinker Van and Storag service for free i estimates Work done 2S mile radius HOUSE REPAIRING-All kinds E tlI I I overhauls. Britts 0 Z. R.dlo'' M'CLAMMY'8 "Founded February 1936 p I tion Sale CO. 733 W. Church priced low. 3628 K.: Jefferson St.
Field. Owner cam have by idcntl-|i estimates; also local moving ..tt'r.rp.i of Orlando Call J. 8 Reynolds. OrI I mate given without charge.: Ph. Service. 3M: N. Oranse. phone 8942 I the finest foods RESTAURANT I ALUMINUM MOULDINGS and trim-1 I 2-0156<< ; ELECTRIC PANS-i-SevVral fypes at
fylng Apply 1119 Atlanta Ave packing crating and shipping. 1400 an*. Blossom Trailer Park; phone Camp. Winter Parr. 16 8. are served la an minis Alpo sink rim.. Standard Kelvinator Dept.
| Division 7988. I ROOFING-Free estimates., 3 years i atmosphere of cool comfort. Seai size 20* off. I CONGOLEUM RUGS In. all Bumby Hardware.
8 ; ph. '363. Southeast Steel Sale ilzeg
_ _ _ j 102 W. Church.
EAR RING LOST-Gold. Leaf with 1 HOME SERVICE General repalrg. to pay. Work guaranteed Roll i food steaks prepared to suit the I Co. 100 W. Amelia Ave. downstair Special price on all furniture.
pearL Reward. Mrs. Frank Chat DEEMSDELIVERY Service phone CONCRETE FLOORS Drlve-wtys. New construction Windows screens I shingles or built up and asbesto I i most discriminating taste Dessert Phono 2-1442 I; Elruthtfr's. 48 West Central Av .
Windermer. I 7873. llfht moving and hauling. I II item flagstones. Reasonable Thirty I and caulking service Licensed and I siding.! Smith A Sons; 4688 that satisfy the sweetest tooth. _ _ I ELECTRIC BJmtlCXRAfTORt: 13U
I every load insured, reasonable rate years in business. Free" estimates. bonded Do... II. Phone 9522 INTERCOMMUNICATION | MARIE'S ALUMINUM WINDOWS Double I CHAIRS-Posture. 8t...!. Hpholitereaseat Catherla
I C. W. Nldy, Winter Park 469. RADIO : |i RESTAURANT-W. ipclalize hung. Cost less than steel and back swivel adjustable
and repairs Also repairs In "Southern Fried Chics- Never needs paint. They 823 75. Limited stock Smith-Wilson
LAST MINUTE NEWS on;| Can handle part load to Jack. CONTRACT BUILDIKO: of new sharpened. 24 hour service Atomic on all home and car radio I .D" open' 11 am-Midnight. Except Price reduced 20%. SODth... Co : 401 W. Central9759. I :ELECTRIC REFRGflt.A'OlFr4giJ.
sonville. Fla. May 29. Also part ,i home and repair to home and Machine Welding Co.. 1168 8. Fuller Bros.. 114-B Park: Av*.. B. 1 I Tues Then 4 p.m.MldDI.Ii11147 8. gales Co. 100 W. Amelia ..tAdOWI'j CASDlENTJ alre Good coodlUon. 7 ett. ta. 473
job-openings, housing, what t loads to Brracnie and Rochester.: N. building of any kind. Repair fin- I Oranse Ave.. Winter Park. Write or Winter Park; ph. 619ROOFLNO Orange Blossom Trail stilr Phone 21442.APARTMNT : cSTERSr S. Orange AveKDGERSlHalf.
for sale and wbat'a wanted. is Y. Ph. S288. 133 N. MainKNOLLENBERO8 I aneed See T. P Fullard. 39 X Amelia phone Winter Park 472. closers: door chime and lock setsef I :
SERVICE; ;-Let the man WILLIAMS RESTAURANT-Free fruit all kinds Smrth clrel laws
phone 2-4032. KITCHENS ijjj Lumber Co.. 1(. cdgara;
listed dally In the Sentinel- : Local movin.; j LAWN MOWINO-With power mower who knows bow. do your roofing lobe with breakfast. Open 6 ..11I. with ..r.ctncrlfrl.eralor.. range. Orange and Railroad. also wheel type Knox Stones Co.
Star Classified Ads. Dial 4161.I store... crating packing. Alto CABINET MILLWORK to special f 1 for 1000 squsje ft. Estimatesfor for you Its ...". just call L. T. Jer- I to 9 p.m.. 7 day a week. Chicken sink: and cabinets A few for Immedlate I CASH BOXES with 25 t. Pine. Photo 1-3463.:
agent OoeDe.l"r'; t.Loml Distance I! order. Central Florida Lumber complete garden cure by neasonW nlgan. 7427 er stop by and see us at teaks and chops Clean and cooL delivery Modern sturdy
Moving. i 81 93.: Knox Store Co.. 25 E. lork"I'
4963. Co. Mills and Nebraska.tf C Frase. landscaping 2-4409. i 70 A'exander!' Place. AA food. 126 W. Robinson. I Inc. 428 N. Orange; 2-2514.: i Phone 23163.r [Continued On :Next Pare

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(Drlanbn fcrntttul I: 11 Articles for Sale I j 3 3. Articles for Sale I j 3 1. Abides Wanted I! AUNT HET I POOR PA 5 1. Houses for Sale I 5 1. Homes for Sale I I 151. Houses for Sale

AWN AND SUPPLIES j SOFA-Hand mad.. double .tuf.d i ROBERT QUILIEN '. I DUPLEX and 3 of land Dixie I ''
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MAY SUBURBAN house need
WED. 28. B LNCAT room repair. -
PAGE 14. I: Lawn gprlnklcrt. i iI i I sturdy conjunction: malt eenI FCRNTrCR- WANTED-It It's fur- Highway. regard this well at I tile bungalow. Ga- down
II I complete line of hand tool. H- H 1I f fParrish I to be .pprel.t. Reasonable price. I I 11.500 00. Call O'H.r..More. i r.Irom 3 bedrooms linoleum Small payment balance

[Cont from Preceding Pace I I Hardware. 320 S Orang A.e II I i iPhone 2303 E. Wuhlnlta_ _ allure weD buy It SLather of Orlando. ta rs. 2-0836; 109 ._ _R.1_ I j j tile flor.atahe. .. picture .Ind. like. Church rent Owner.St. Charlie Morgan UW.

2-14. SOLAR HOT WATER HTR, DUBSDREAD SECTION I hult CI to bus and .tr.. Exta
56 X. Church Bt. Phone 2-3808 -2-bedroom S SUBURBAN mile out. 21, acre
I I LATHE power f i M.aufature ttne r II and sleeping porch. Oak 2 ImPlat. JO
for Sale t complete D.ra-.me ; also lthe. < D'Onu-.le 8n em screened porches. ..fon.. S7B&0. eo terma Jobfr on lake. Ood boating fishing and
p.led. Owner
1 Are I I I trie drill wit tl el. i .. 8. Ph. 8749. I FURNITURE-Used stoves: Ice bs.; due price to Re!i 208 8. 'I bathing. Boat dock. Vast truck land
Ooodcondition. Call 115.C U. Taylor. I'i all fenced. Has good well electric
BOX I I Sewing
-Parrish w: n | SAILBOAT Practically new 1-ft I R.lor 251621 FRONT (400 ?. .
4809. nC We price 51.4. LK ) ar. pump. 3-room modern house 60ath.
Phona p.tp" BweU-
Phone 3-1841. j New ialU price 8350. tell el I
1 I Mot t"lI block 4-bedroom.
I bunb .
W. Pin. I Co 73 Inspect this and make oft;]
Cleaners and I .
week. 3. B. OnubbiWinter Thunoae untue I
H.U.n 2 LAWN MOWERS-(15.93 to' I O.rd.r I DUBSDREAD COUNTRY galow. Gas kUeh.n. for furnace.2car Ca.l Rids with Robt. U Pryde Rear
34. black J 12115.j I I I P.. Phone 31Bl.ek.SCRE I Here CUB I garaie. Sell or equity for
your t.de 2-4596.
EXECUTIVE DU- lOran lively lad, I OLD GOLD- pay highest price I opportunity punI tor. 668 N. Orange:
walnut. a.n OroU. Tavarea.ELECTRIC Wyckoff*b..leU Hd.. 252. Kuhl. ., WRPlutl lOc: sfot I i for old old. watches. chase new 2 year old masonry constructive I small bU.ln.n or 150 lam.. property Buy With Confidence-Deal With
I 1 Robinson
HIDtn "
bungalow. R.alt.
n. I I I 18 hetnl-o I broken teeth L.ht and airy: "Pryde. __
LADDER-38 In good i ing grass rope I 2 bedrooms; 2 ; I'
ft ntenloa I eletl ;
12..1 .howe ;
Berkman A S 139 N. ay..r.1 j
: br.le home.
REIOETRWeItDebU b its H.rdwa.fmt. { way; garage; SOUTHEAST
eondltla Pe 10. Tepboac .D cord T Cat.l I.r. Furnished or
lot ,,
Va Stne. I OFFICE MACHINES and furntue. I C :-, unfurnished. than ,I furnllhe. possession. > house furnished; large grounds.us
Main St.. 2-7. Get our Check I.. 110.0. ll.&O. S. Mr. Br.tlr with b atop on corner; overlooking
Non I SCOOTER.: Cushman in I Ii I j prle. Term* Call for Glen .
RIMS All standard sixes
; SINK -
sin.practically 1 I I wt I Stuart 8t, phone oPr.1 Manic Hr1 Burh 1 beautiful lak*. Clean and comfort-
.Pt j Phone 6100 fromt i Southeast Steel S.I.1 1Co. 1 Realtor. 21 W. I ;
eODdltoD 2-109. I ILKE || able. Price (9.500. Jamerson and
_". 885. ).p cheat .G. tlnmtl" 100 W. Amelia: dial OFFICE EQUPMT-Tp.rtn Washington St. Phone 8108.DUBSDREAD .
of porcelain kitchen t I i 2-1442. I adding iAZT'i .: RE2ofot I.k frontage :i' Carter. 70 E. Central. Phone A 'I.arter. .

cb :, and other article Con- |j jer.t. I 1 I Hce Equipment Exchange. 8mlth-Co- 3-brom. t.m.. b.th 2 acre '; C 551$. _
LUGGAGE Exclusively at ft. 8 and Overlooking golf
Lakeside Park. 1 8850.I of fruit ''1
keg. rona 22.2.8. Main; course A beautiful 2-bedroom home tec 2-bed- SUBURBAN-New 2room. concrete
I Herman' 27 West Church Street. |i I 10 common Dalit. 810 per AlnU. ''
ELECTRIC WASHER Bendlx. A sacrificel | .I Phone 6395. I I j PIANO Used from private party.Studio a gem of architectural design andeontretoa rom. la.. .p.rm"at fumle. block cottage electricity available.

Must Mill 240 No Orlando 'I or upright. Reasonabis.Writ. Immediately available Flo.e. Broke. M.lu. bouse wired deep well. 2V* acres
j TORZTl&-$195. condition. SCREEN DOOR Casement window f fcompiete.
Avenue. Winter j O O. Stith. 730 Franklin St. S-t.1 replacement cleared, easy to add on additional
Prk. I of
I ,. Call with i 1 .ot
Iron bed
New Pat Job col, home or furniture. DAVIS SECTION :! room for nice country place. S miles
wall *
ELECTRIC CLOCKS Alarm I pm. call 8527. I spring. Nic. dresser. Rudd hot I I I I WE PAY highest prle.for old Otto Rasmusen LK -Frame 1
and kitchen with 82. el in Cora was a little; with Cavenaush. Washlng- .torol: living and 01 11. Very reasonable excellent term
minut Uer. H heater; complete. Phone 2-8613. I I dlamondi and "I 1 could skin oldest Wen R.ltor. dlnl.
H. Parrish .. WOTO&ohnln 10 'h.p.. outboard J"el.ndI my ton Arcade 4308.i b .. fooms. 2 kitchen See Gould with Johnston Henry.

Pion. 2.181. _20_3_ Or.nl._ I I'I motor and. centrifugal or trade pump.for I 12851 h.p. I,;I I. i SHALLOW Je tJp.Win WEL PSElpt I j I Jewell any eondlton.. Orange City at Church. gi rl When Tommy is bod, 1|! tot she sold kisses for a I I!.bath porch,. glassed screens in awnings.porch Venetian screened Broker. 8 W. Church St.OUUPZAST3.bedroom .

uCA.wlth. .ufa SUP'Wtbe.-:Toggle lamp I I Orange Ave.. Winter Park. 1.. ,|I 42 2-218. !i j WE your BUY YOUR King pin Fruit tree Company.or taw s threatens to put him' nickel, but now she's de- ::i DUPLEX-oH tnrome. In FI.t attractive floor-unfur-home blinds, lifetime roof. Immediate possession S bath*, large screened bungalow.porch: alto 2

>I 101. Call
for the home. Pa- > STAMP COLLECTION-Several 100; or see
: JuneUo receptacles I'WOV J.w. Call 'i i in dark room or closet mondin' five thousand dol- nlhed. en.ltnl living room. with Joe 1691.. Myers. Mo.r, ervtc* porch. Fireplace. Garage.
: H. Parrish I adventure eome'iBowstcad's Some choice American and I.l 1. a i j j, lleh.n. dlnet. 2 large bedroomg. Re.ltr. Only 8850O.
.t. H.rc I Camera Shop : ''tamp 6324 after 6 WE BUY used tuinlture. Call us bei i I; 8881.
.srs. 220 Oan. Phon 2-181. I Orange: ; 101 1l 1: p.m. ,I for. Orlando Co. !': and she's got him scared to t lars for a kiss she gave my .1 tl. .unrom.. Venetian ,' II I I[ Call Joe with Veterans' Real Estate
ea 2-11. i alum- ll. Fmltu. dreul.tn. h. r and I$I 29 8. 24481. Prop
ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR Elec- 01 fir. Agency Court;
8IOtN.nF de.lD. .
No.2 CIS W. "
trolux i cu. at. 8160. Mone June l MOVIE: PROJECTOR New 8 V.M. ,, : .lo numbr. 2 Stre. I|I I| sleep without a light. I\r rich old Uncle Dave. j I pl.c. eletric healer Second ,| erty Management Department._
4th. 21 E. Copeland I 45. Used Car Exchange. to match. Knox Btor. 80. .4583.BUY floor- room and bath furnl.c LAKE IV ANHOJ bedroom bungalow '
Un.ra. 2-2882. I 1 Pine. Phone I I I I TH OLD FOREIGN CIS Al electric kitchen attic 3-car den; 2

ELECTRIC; Universal.IRONS-Proctor Automatic fianuon.Eumby control I I I NAILS 211 -By.the keg. (6 phone; lb. lOc.winter 640 SHOWCASES-.2. I ft.. wall type. SlId II I C Brie Hardware them In for first..ppr.laL 222 West I 146.i Houses for Rent ]I I 5 0. Wanted to Rent'I I for garage the and war.wash. Price room.111.0.Built just Harlow bel large best ofe lot: Out for of immediate State owner sale:bat.fur- SUBURBAN four room-Northeast and bath eetlon.with breete-New.

Orlando block supporting
Hardware. 102 W. Church. 8. A. w.lut I Central. I I O. Fredrick. 118 N. 8188 nI unfurnished. Ask for Zeli way and garaie. Frame construction
Park. 950. 1 inets with Suitable for drug ,1' HOUSE. 2 "It a great to I with cypress siding. Lot 150x133 ft.
jRU4NtR.-Uk. rubber. .. WILL PAY cash for used KALEY AVE.. 306 Unfurnished bedrooms: unfurnished or live I Orlando. i ma Henson with Martie
6 or Jewelry (tor Rorsley Wilder. WII.m. bu and
I, OVENS for oil stove Stock Include e.ea. alrcondltionedi partially Reasonable 5413 orBox Conveniently located to
sq. yard. Cut .D 'i house. 5-room so. ; Realtor W. Washington
Lumber Co. M.t ,lent and I One and two-burner typeg. Bumby Bo 697. Mt. Dora._ _ Helms Camera Shop. 1825 Edge- 'i, apartment and 3-room 159 B.Sta.RIPRETAT. I I 8108. 2 St Iloa.I ; 5 store Price 4500. O. I. Loan can be
A. : I I water Dr. Ph. 2-1743. .p.rtment'I I|
Railroad. Hardwar*. 102 W. Church. !i, SCREEN DOOR GRILLS-Several designs I'I I Or will rent obtained. McNutt-Heasley Realtors.
I Reception (i 95 and up. Knox Store 35. I I house with 2 NATONA eon I| 13 W. Washington St. Phone 5106.
PROC cell twin-service OFFICE Fuel Oil and Wood i I residence. DUBSDREAD SECTION _
lURt I erD d"alra rnt 3-bdrom Lovely
LOHT8 I ,! Co.. E. Pine. Phone new LOREN AVE.-Winter Park. 3 bedrooms -
genuine leather I viclnI
Parrixh Hard room. 2 2-36. bungalow, 2
bedlelt. Com. '1' Blvd.. form- I Inurn.bed. den. beauti
H VISTA 31 Hart bdrom. front
Phon Bu.lne.Equip. Co. 390 i'I SEWING MACHINE-White electric Fexcellent full tank la safer.Phons ORLO ''I 1 17. P. ful hardwood aluminum garage large screened SOUTHEAST-Nic* section. 3-bed-
..r. 22 Or.n. Plrd. OnA 2 porches. ] non. vene'tlan
I'I'I ithed S house
I N. .5.. I $60. Elmer Have tank filled j I houl. rom. blinds. On 3 prch. 3 etr. Iot. Only room tram bungalow. 3-bedroom
FURNITURE SPECIALS-Bed gofa. rondlton ou btth. electricity BUSINESS COUPLE desire l.ndu.pe lot* down. No
coil ipring completely OAK DINING SUITE-Globe Wer- Gunther. 11 Blvd.. Winter A larger tank In.ur.heat on eoldet I j i 1 apartment-No children fumlahe Al of this for 1.50. for 1999.. Golden. Broker. 1121 tuel. Ort garage apartment in rear. Renting
eOD.trctlOn. bcdsprtng. mattress mornings. McGraw Oil .. j jFUEL 2-bedroom house all 000 cash. 1st on (45 monthly. Price 7400. Mr
rebuilt and In smart niche bookmase I.rk.I Pel lRNHr. 5184. 8:30 t 5: Mrs. Phillips. mortgage I undo Ave.. (Near MalUand Under with Herman Goodwin Inc,
neutral tapestry. Glider colt spring : vacuum cleaner wood clreulat-| TRAILER-4-wheel all purpose bandy OIL-Kerosene. Pine and oak I I II kichen. tars,.. (200 from *34 month. Oen. H. Kltteredge i pass). Winter Park. Closed Wed.. 9853.
j jiJUR I Broker 6rn N. Orsose:
construction a meta In black: reupholstered Ing heater. 114 E. Concord. I ..OD' Ford chassis' 8 good Urea; wood; 12 in. to 4 ft.. call Lamb ',I 10th June S.Pt. 30. Phone 22773.WINTER I I 51. Houses for Sate >; S on. Realtors. 2-3176. i call tomorrow. : ; _

in of Spanish COOKERS = 'Presto"- (75. 6 N. Brown: 21269.f Fuel Oil and Wood Yard. 20979. I' I II SOUTHEAST SECTION-If you are
red and green l.tertt. 2 -Mlrr-O-Matle". 44 4 I TRACTOR AND 1947 I i i PARK-June lit. to ADAIR LAKE fctCTION-New bUD j I LAKE GREENWOOD SECTION (East) In doubt about ,value bring your
f home
near ,
ultra-fin mahogany !1 SPRYEI. lit. Lovely 2-bedroom aalow.* 100 U.I. Telephone | -A 3-bedroom. 2-bath. stucco appraiser. Be sure and see this large
rom qnart. Knox Store Co. 25 E. Pine. Model D-O Case only 37. Fertilizers and Soils lake. Screened porchei. electric kitchen. I 1.n DUBSDREAD SECTION bun
: 2 Will carry frame bungalow. Pretty shad
suite All Items In this ad are galow. Living room with fireplace.
pr.wa P hone 2-3163. 30 d.n. 1. new Friend model I
rental to responsible 100'
Reasonable -- 01. loan.
and quality merchandise. Cash I AX New 2-bedroom Sun porch and front d corner lot. Large garage with work
or ,. New 2-bedroom
To tractor DIRT-Peat myrtle. Shrub arPDe porch.s
term*. Jenkln Furniture Exchange. j, PRESSURE COOKIRSExesto"w .pr.Je. tr.Ue BLC couple. Pion. Winter Park. 260M. 'IAP"U unfurnished eODc.t block house shingled roof: and storage space. All in good
ith 3 Lot 1M
and 4 ; I i .p.m. pump. tank. of all kinds. Transplanting *sy. o.rae. Oak floors .. lim A.b.to
city of to lane
229 Boone St.. ph. 2-3795. I: H. H. Parrish othe ppula. 8. Or-I.DI. I I New tire equipment. Sell tractor and and all yard work. Ph. 2-8441. WINTER PARK Very aUr.ct. I 120 It. Only 84479. term A. C. i iuiQen. ts. Ask for H-857. Harold 8500. Total price. Lorraine condition. Right way
I Had".r. 20 I: 175. V. Hoffman with H. F. Boland. RealtoCarrlgan -. lake. Consider what you are getting
FLOOR COVERING Inlaid and I s Phone 2-1841. i s prayer as a unit or will sell IPr.erH. DIRTS-Rich black top soil fill and I G Broker 1121 H. Orlando R.ltor; 37 E.-Central. 6137. i iDUBSDRFAD Bid .. 672 N. and we are sure yon will say its a
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rubber-Ilk separately. O. Llngle. Eanford.Fla. session. L.li.t Broker. 150 A ve.. (Near MaUland Undep..J.Winer Or.nl 2-55.
prit lel"um nj CANNERS and for clay. Guaranteed full "pr.n at only (10.000. Term *rI
PRESSURE ..lr TeL WrIt 342. grand buy -
night Sunday. Park. Closed call tomorrow. SECTION-New.
De. bradf"lt Oldden home canning. H. H, Had- Weekday 1036. 29-1. R. A. Bray. P. O. Box 102. Pak W.d. tea roof Alb.- I ranged. Jut call the Geo. P. Bras
FAsaPa.ExeUeD& selec I I ware. 220 8. OrDr. Phon. 2-1841. e. 1.. Phone Co. 33-R-12. L LARGE rom duplex. $75 ] furnace modern bath .ttc I I Realty Co. 19 E. Central Ave. Ph.
18" canvas month. Furnished. Phone 7811. ADAIR PARK-3-bedroom tile bath nor ub.to. Cl.a LAKE CHEROKEE
TARPAULS12-a FILL Good black top toll muck 20155.I .
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( : I PYOD. Wa.rd fo : 7S x 10: x I modern bungalow. Now reduced .ubt.nU.L bdrom.. A coon'
d.l Sil' i NEW
tr.td Delivered. HOUSE Modern. 2 bedrooms
and dairy fertiliser. .
M..I ri'0 : 'PIC. n I Asbeitone b.rd wa 12; x 18. B. F. Goodrich. partly furnished. (60. Old Apopka 1203 Gunnlson. If not old. wul buy 800. tr.. Huckel- Prc./reduced on this beautiful four I I SOUTHEAST-3-bedroom home. Neatly -,
: protection. and Ne I Garland / Telephone 2-4053. 150. "' RobInson home located between I furnished. Gsrsie.Jsrge separate '
teprof M Robinson Av* June Phone 2-1939 after 6 gLM7S."U"8; ; I
FURNITURE d2 Fay br..la.'PANUNG1. : UPHOLSTERY WNUR.fill dirt. muck. Delivered. Road to Ad.m. turn l"tt I| p m. ht on premise d.U. I) _d Ld Cherokee and Lake Davis. UpI work shop; fruIt. beautIful shade
cash and save 10 to per centen 1' In. whit knotty PARC Abovestandard FU guaranteed. Shader'a bOi. I E VANS AVE.. N. I has four bedroom and large trees. (5800 take all. SammIe Frinclsco. -

your purchase Bail 1tur. ', grained for ': New p.t D.tl. Rt. 3. Box 11. Ph. 7033. ,I BEVERLY SHORES SECTION A i: Frame E.-U 2 Or.n. glassed-in sun porch with lake view. Realtor Central Arcade. 7407.
Co. 625 W. Church St. pl'o tern and color 8. Rooms for Rent 1941 home a* clean as a fresh con.trueUoD bedrom
Pon. 1820. I(II.neUlne. Get It at M Ne- N. Orang. .R Brown POULTRY MANURE-815 per ton. ,4. breeze. beautifully Bvlng rom; : D..t.I 1* extra lane living room WINTER PARK-Several mile north.
Tt7RNtTtEZ-'rry before buy.' I'I At Falrvllla Poultry Farms. Pleat Lru. I.nda.p bath. screened dinett 1 room full screen porch
I back 1 One of the best buy on the market ,
I VENETIAN BLINDS Factory under 'I ANDERSON ST. 801 plot. 3 *. large < I and music Kitchen I
At Moor Furniture Co. g Edge-. 2. 4 roove phone 5927.BROWN I AtreU. UVnl rom 'prch. Nicely landscaped lot For room. complete today. Attractive frame house

..te Drive In College i I PULLEYS heavy -duty: V-tp.' one 15.. n.pructon. W'* ill offer Soc aluminum per aq.ft. I BEETLE- Have started Beautyrest rom. 6 .IDdo.twin 3 .1p.ur.. 2-.r grage.IX desired.Uausl.U Immediately well avail fur .Ie .500. Term*. Lorraine' |' with throughout breakfatt tile room.lifetime Oak room floors and I with 3 bedrooms. 2 baths upstairs. 1

FLOORING-Oak and pine: tcrip I I I b.rn.and .hat. On. 1" eentri- at Immediate delivery. eating Camellia Stop and entrance. be. morning. .baths .. Shown by appointment. Robert Hoffman Boland. Realtor i iCarrlgan two-car garage. See this for a comfortable bedroom, private bath downstairs
lumber. (26 Bryn Mawr, telephone89SO. 209 W. Amelia. t.etl. Bldg. 672 N. Orange all electric kitchen large screened
Also them now with Cold the easysafe with Robert R. Tyre. :
furl 8 available. We make Blot. home In a most desirable
I .o"D I I Hue Re.1 12-4551. porch, 2-car *arai*. guest house. S
and farm e I way. Cold Smoke 508 Brook- b. W. Washington. 6174. I : location. .
PIPE for grove no obligation. Orlando I entrance and on. j Call Reggie.Moffat with O.I I
acres of land. 346 assorted fruit
Florida Pp At 8uppl 11..tOn'j Venetian Blind Mfg Co, 1739 a. haven Dr. 6314. I II CLOSE Pr..t 1N.Thice cool .bedroom. I 1 BRYN MAWR-AVE.-Modern 3bedI'i I i EAST SIEHom. most furnithed. 'I P. Swope. 60 E. Pine. Phone 5812 or tree*. Call Sam "Wright with David
Church Kuhl: I Prlt. you this I ; 2-4080 after hours.
1051.I Lt .ho.
118. room bungalow of individual design i Andrewa. Realtor. Winter Park (159.WINTERPARKCI"A .
Privatebath .
and Summer fine
12 bedroom ult. 1 I. types; irrigation days delivery. 3$. Plants Flowers and Seeds .atr.ne. offering spacious ample closet R.a Est.t. 6
VrNE .
maO..n,; PtA Florida JUI I BLD3 rate (12 week. 2-1" oversized rom.. 1 E. Central | I -New house
tric ..?.. General Eleetrie tr.1 do.tc. you AZALEAS cut newer artistic tabl CLOSE attractive space prl.U.. EAST t Large screened porch automatic
.. Church; ph. 8118. can let the b.t for just a few cent I-ol .Ir-oa-nd the best in neighborhood construction rom.. bath. 2 j
refrigerator. Solid mahoganydining 13 more* Mad Orlando decorations. We wire anywhere. JoAnns T.ln beds. running and I .n""ne: hot water heater, Butane gas. hardI -
powjjjjjT5Contmn.Dti1 by dltcned. prbe. br..wa LAKE FRONT-2-story modern brick i iI
room suit: table) .. back .n.la.for C.rel conya.nc. 11.0. rom. I wood floors. Lot. 50 x 183 ft. Only
(Formerly Klttlnger'). home. 133 month. No .
9n. at 1802 Dr, ph. w.te. available. Allen E. I
Plorlt. Irnt. t.J" home. Tile roof. 3 bedroom
Industrial In- and I
431 E. Kaley, 9:30 p.m.FENCE agricultural and Ednw.tr 2'045. I i tem. JobDa. J.r.raD 4500. terms. A. C. Golden. Broker.
ch.l. t I oI tajlatlons. Florida Pip Supply I VACUUM CAERBt tank and 64 E. : 4643. C.I 74$2-8931. tor. 140 N. Or.na 8612. Speelaliaing EAT 2 MILNet new attractive;: 1 2',> tile baths; oak and tile floor Au1 121 N. Orlando Ave., (Near Malt-

Co.. 610 W. Church St. Ph 6118._ Ipreh mo.L tOots' MONSTERA DELICIOSA Arlea CLOSE IN-Large. double. llcht. airy: ,,, in Hor. bdrms Dic low. Move ;i lunatIc oil furnace. Nice sand beach '! land underpass), winter Park. Closed

POSTS CypreiT I I PLYWOOD-Waterproof fir r.u .T. use. Orlando' I violets funeral d..I.n. cor.lu ',, inneriprlng Sb and S6 Summer CIT MJr acre with 50 cit I riiht 1.5. terms. Howard. j I and dock. Located en large lake near Wed., call tomorrow.
; T long. PlwG and Peggy Gardens. rates. 25 W. Livingston. Broker; 308 I city limit Owner
f. I available In in. I I S.le Ac Service 608 N. .eddlnl. .0" 2-bedroom modern Main: 7325. wants to return i iI
3 4 butt. thleknc. Or.nre
(15 4
per '
S t i per 10. t I week. Pine Cattle 'Boat. A ConitrueUr 2-0959. ..2319 Oranl 2-12' CONWAY RD. 1907 Room with frame bungalow tor price and EAST SIDE-Splendid five-room house I North account of bunnes Furnished i iI | NEW 3 BEDROOM-Tile bath. stucco

Co.1. but&Winter 10.596. I|I : 2.2465.PIANOSKnabls. VENETIAN BLINDS-.Aluminum outside -, ORANGE i's.szs-7s. fu. large. kitchen privileges. Mlddleaged couple. term* see F. A. Allison Realtor. 31 W. I with large room two fine porches 'I I (30,000 Term W. B. Nicholson i over concrete block modern best

console, 895. New and lDld. blid.. Ru.tprofIt.l bearing. Parson yean Adults: no pets. Washington.COLLEG. _ _ i In A'l location furnished at 10.i Realtor. 14 S. Main: 21619. construction. (8100 O. L or civilian.

I I and beautiful Joseph Bailey. 736 I I and "o IDd. blnd H.A Old. must b moved from sbdivtsionstreet. PARK SECTION-Nice 2- I 500 00. Can be handled with I (3.500. I Term Benilng-Gabl De*. Co.. 27 E.
l AtCONT. .u I Magnolia. termg. delnrlu. : 85 0 ne I itandlng. R. C. CLOSE I-o1 Private bath. Nea bedroom frame bungalow. Nicely Call O'Harra-Moore. 2-0836 109 E.; i LAKE VIEW-Brand new bungalow, CentraL Phone 5070.I .
a. 00 CC.'Olt 2.209. Ian Blind 8enll. W. Way. Box NationalBank Grill* Re.lnable. 844 furnished and landscaped. Good PIne. t I oak floor; fruit tree*. 2 very large i
Warehouse. I I PIANOS-For caduatoD A D'', Orlando 1 or Winter Park C.nt.1 Bldg.. Winter H..n. pair. Paved street. S68SO. 82000 re,1 1required. I bedroom Only (9800. term Court I '
dark 14.
Za"an galore la aU type. of used I I I mahogany spinet o W.IDUt m.ho.a(525 t 81.075 I I I VACUUM CLEANER-Firestone tat PAPAYA ILT potted; red, t CLOSE INSuth Mar Stt Harry H".th Broker in'Colonialtown. I EAST SECTION New. 2-bedroom I ;'; p_y Realty, 382 N. Orange 2-2471. 'i' ROME AND INVESTMENT Furniahed. -'

futare Consign ns ,O far, Joseph Bailey. N.noll. 2-2.I i, model with at.ehment. ( set. fUt lit. year. Nice rom. Smme 8253. t bungalow Just completed. Built of r LOCKHART SECTION 1-bedroom ; Everything ple-snd-spn.
1 Electric roaster, 1411 E. Amelia. ply now.CLE red tile brick tile bath oak floor. I and sleeping porch cottage well, '
tr OD for thlg c : PIANO-Upright. Beautiful tone; I> 133.15. Eletre Iron. CITY LIMITS (North)-Furnished 6 (1500. cash and assume small mortI -
m'a. 1.1 New PAPAYA and lOc up. No' IN bungalow on paved i steel casement window tile windowsill i furnished. 5100. some cash term*. I! gage. This you must see to belie*.
excellent condition: reasonabl 1490 u. : Pre.tone dlhe. PLNT -444 Osceola St. Nice rom .lret I
J Ser Auctioneer Demlng Auc : Winter Park. 1.1 1P pr Eletrc liit J. F. Browne. : twin bed. Double beds. *B l cash. King Real ., *. plastered walls. 2 screened I i C. C. Oarletta Broker 2-1747. I Georgia von Schiller. Realtor. 7188.
F.lrb.nk. clock. Pin Lock rom. E. Church. 8435. "Open Sunday." I porches hot and cold I Iaster.
8&u Co.. 733 W. Church j' plus tax. 20 Ave. ."I. and double. 3 I ura. wit I LANCASTER PARK-A well built and: | SACRIFICE for quick sal*. Large new
J- Ul. PIHE PIBr. cUen. 'I Firestone. Or.n. and Concord. ; COLLEGE PARK First time Co.. ( and bus en-| designed home. Full tiled bath tiled I
I! SHRUBBERY-Large el.cUoa. to CLOSE Df-Live at 117 Grace St. ,: offered. < ice. ( Will stand ,i 5-room. tile bath bungalow.
I I amountln.. pipe. VENETIAN BLINDS Custom built. beautify your home. MusselwhlteNurseries. I t and enjoy the view of Lake Lucerne. 3-bedroom bungalow on tree lined loan. Call &. Bridie with Joe i, kitchen drains breakfast nook. Two {i Screened porch garage laundry

JX'R Innenpring matt.! Umltd .. 2524 KnhL Special 58c per to. ft. Fivedaydelivery. 1 E. Princeton. Bummer rot.. Phone 8202. .tr.1 of fine home Cea.* a pin O. Myers. 8881. bedrooms. "Lifetime" roof. Beautifully room: large lot. Lak privilege. Own-
springs : dr.n of. WJk-j I Radblll Venetian Blind Co Fruit. Shade. $ [ furnished. Shown by appointment. tr8984.I .
11.10 SO ZINNIAS other for 1.0. rlulrd. _
$ : rhlfferobe $ chest of PICNIC BXThermo jug*, Hollenbeck Dr.: phone 24167. ; .pe.1 Memo CLOSE IN-Desirable cool corner Owner bal.nc i, H. C. Babcock Jr., with Robert R.
rial Day. Frltt Virginiand I 150.
695. Whltmlr* Furniture, I .t1 Kok .. 11 room. Connecting bath. Adult with Hastings.Realtor. EAST SIDE-Very desirable location !, Tyre. Realtor, 13 W. Washington., I LAZY COUPLE-Very little grass to
306 ;Church.3bJRlejrURZJuntor. l.pkln. cup. Wyekofi.Hdv. I VACUUM CLEANER. Singer: In verygood Bela.de. 2 block east of Mill.. I Summer rates. 332 E. South St. 62'E.Euluslv. Central (Arcade); Unfurnished 5 room bungalow. !; 6174.__ > mow: Ideal spot. Bring your suit-
I .. ondlioa No attachments.Call ; SALE: Gardenia I built in 1941. Large living ease and move la this court apart*
mahogany SIEA utel CASSELBERRY Azalea 4237. _ _ room : LAKE FRONT-Modern well furnished
4n-I 951. Largest no."r I L.. dining room kitchen. 2 bedrooms all I Itile ment. furnished even to dishes:; walk-
PRESSURE and 16 qt.: American Plan Hotel
room inlta. refinixhed. ( I COI the ; rIding CORNER and Rio Orand.I 2-bedroom bungalow on deep in* distance to town. Ye. Van Stolen
WATER I bath hardwood
tn 2R.
yon I very floors
100 Jr. pt*. .1. ..1: ring CNmON8Ar. PI.nt b.utlu I fishing hUDtl In season- New hous. large atarb.i I I lot. 7S ft. frontage .on beautiful land: with Clyd McKcnsl 12 8. Main
met l. lebz. 121.1. I Ml- Price very Gray srom 1" B I a garage. Priced for .
Hdw. KohL trouble W.te' Shd. I I
8. bottom lake. Attached Price
J."e rang ( B. eU ld. Welf' ePle' ratty water. de. Nursery. South Banford A. 8a- P.rl. hor.1 I owner Kuh.CLE I at 9975. with terms. garage. I 2-4775.
Irnl and Innenpring matn.I PAINT-Outside house paint. Prom tail see Cohoon Machinery Co. 138 I ford. Ph. 716-J-l. I GORE AVE.1 last. Attractive IN-Large 5-room bungalow j t also PrDhlnumu om I I 9000. Sammie Francisco. Realtor;;i I COMPLETELY FURNISHED Lane

1":0. 3ple I.I. I I 1.1 IUon. Whit Ct.. D W. South St.WATCHESAND. I Slncle or double. SemI-Prnt. lot 85x140. Only (7500. Free 5537. b bu.bt Phor. 240n I room 4. Central Arcade: 7407. prewar frame bungalow. S room;

KO wadrob trunk; cln Paint Str.. 41 8 39. Livestock and I, KItchen privilege 1701. Carrels. Broker; 118 E. Central: 8561. !! I LAKE FRONT-To the person who I 1 12 bedrooms sleeping porch. Paved
Ilk (49. 1950. 2-3788.
n. CLK"Pol.t Supple I
Bands Furniture.Brekf.at .ult.. Or.n. Ben." luminous I I,I MAGNOLIA AVE.. 634'-' id COLLEGE PARK-Modern 5-room EAST SIDE-Attractive 5-room demands the best and can afford I street. Near bu*. tore and school
Ave. t.e are right.K I: PRUNING SHEARS -Long and aor H. H. Parrish H.rd"a."Satn.I"ma. I HORSE-.Gelding. Sacrifice. Also MeClelland twin bedrooms. Running frame bouse. completely furnished.Screened I galow with screened porch: patio bUD:; It-We offer this magnificent home 1 (7000. terms white Broa. Broken:
t.1' I handled. Knox Store Co. ni. Phone 22 and English saddle. WIn I i rooms: close to bus. porch garageLarge pit: en lovely corner lot. Tile of tile construction. 4 bedrooms. 4 I I Ii 824 N. Mills: 2-1688.
2-141 .t..h,4 b.r-I
FANS-3. : Pine. Ph. i baths maid's room. Steam heat. Garage
:.re 2-311. WINDOWS-(5.75 per pair. .Park. 321. MAGNOLIA at Weber 2. Corner. lt. Jolnsa.. I I kitchen: 0.1 floors: attached I !: INVESTIGATE room frame7 as-

f.n. at 311 V.8. I D'I PORCH SHADES-S ft. wide by cypress: standard da*. A 1 HORSESlave heavy work horse; I Twin and double beds adjoining; Realtor 10 N. Orange. ; 8112. "SPe r.r.l. T. price (9.500 Includes; I tile veranda'With servants'overlooking quarter lake. About Great I beito tiding electric ran**, water

. Ave. Good price for quick: sate, Ion*. Fixture Included at ( .; gentle on all typeg of made to worl. ...oa mo.ID. m.chn. or.nJwb"r. I I kitchen and bath: laundry prlvlleies.ORANGE cialising Homes. I I ; yard tool; sm. dishes; 2 acre In superbly landscaped I heater unfinished apt. in rear.

; Other .I. U t 1 f. wide in order frame .IDdo. and picturewindows. S 1723 W. I AVE.. 473 CLOSE IN-2-story. 8 rooms. 2 baths, electric kitchen and all fumlurr. grounds. An excellent buy at (35.000. | (1750 will handle. Balance like rent.

PU3 a. In lt moa only.nlaltown. ltu. Co. 1 Clo .. 17th St. Mlllworks. 1120 p HORSE Have heavy work hone, I room. nicely tmlhed.S.-U.ln..bd-_ PI.t. I 0.1 for throughout. Tile root. I Dn't miss this one. Ask Zela Sammie Francisco. Realtor room 4,; 905 20th St.
17th with
Pomp St. phone 9732. bath. Breakfast Por cohee. 2-.r garage and I I| Mat. WII.m..
work good anywhere.
tome Central Arcade
dial 7407.
Walter J. Wilcox I. 1 K Rb1 PORCELAIN TOP AL I rom' Large lot. well I tor. 21 W. Phone.; :
son. Founded TALS2u4.wit WEED BURNER-Flame tJ weed I nice work mares. kid show PIE ST.. 154 E.-Large room for l.nda.Dd.Moera 8106. Stree. LAKE FRONT-Tyenty four: I. R. CAMPBELL OFFERS-Modern
11.1 DIett. .' burner with horses..Stop by and take 1404 I kitchen. f acres
2H a bungalow nicely furnuhed. Good
I Twin and bath. Small
FANS-Latest model 10 Inch I solid oak. fin- ( Knox Store Pr.ble. W. Church. Phone 8618. b. I leD. bedding dishes ail1 1 bedroom house three hundred feet location. .
4a t.nk. Co I single! Phone 2-2250. corner Attached garage.Owner
meter BP t 38 Inch attlo dcprat with k.teett cov, I 2.ao.3-3163. rom. nlonlble. ver .bin. Perfectly spotI:I' lake front only 3H mile from town leaving; will sacrifice for (2500
weiUnghoue. beRn. Robbing seats: at 39. Pn. : I PIEDMONT ST. 512-1 room fur less. Most reasonably Weir EAST of The land 1* fertile th* house only
out down to
er city mortaace will
1tu. 40. Pet prleed or carry part.
and I"r. le In Colonlaltown.PLUMBING Stock and Supple I nished. Kitchen pr.Ueel. System. 628 E. Pine; 464. | on SIJua li.. four year old-some furnishing Included. Desirable Convalescent Home-Money
61 L. Founded 1936.GAS I able. On bus line. .tre' wit Price (17.900.00. Call Brtrn
Roblln. SUPPLIES--* foryour WELDING SUPPLIES I BOXER-20-month female. Beautiful CLOSE IN-2 block from Orange city water. T. I new t-rol with 2-0838. IDS X. maker for on* capakle of operating.
RANGE-Mail* Chef. City gaa. need Reasonable price. fawn. ARC registered from Dixie ST. JAMES HOTEL-South and R. Avenue. 3 bedrooms extra large I home that ben In. ( Pine. O'Harra-Moore. Call 8171 or 9745.

4-burnir tabl* ton. Excellent condi: DrT.n heaters. City of Ho. 200 Amp portable welding outfit Lee Sired by CoL Dixon. Reasonable I lind. Summer rates. living room all on one floor. New The price 1* 1550. one cash required

tion. 893. 6440.OARAGE Ce 137 W. A.. Complete welding I supplies In stock*, given good horn. 6795 or 22668. week np: double Call 9253. roof and improvements Lot 57x314, but It likely a much! .LANCASTER PARK-If* news when OWNER SAYS SELL Now Asking
Winter Next the A&P I landscaped with 14 larger Q. I. Loan could be obtainedMrNuttHeailey. I. I you can buy a well-built vioder.residence
DOOR OPEIEYol car ket. Ph. ; t mar I Distributor of Lincoln welding machines DOG FOODS-Perfection. Kibbles, I WINTE PARK-O Ca.. Single nlcei large cit price. 2000. Small home on large
j : in beautiful Lancaster Park
and plenty of I ,
and close I shade. Ample Realtor W.
open o garac cO : and rod*. H. R. Williams granulated puppy biscuit. Ir..t bath and re tr.a i 1 lot. Lights and water. Sis-ton. 32 E.i .
without ever touching them. P fo. shower Sun deck room for erecting garage apartment I Washington St. section for 87000. 2 bedroom sleep.I
8 e glass. Something Supplies. N. Beach St. Daytona I charcoal lake. I i Pin:_6651.I .
display at our Ou new.W Moore I 81 btull me.t.m"a Summer rates' Winter Park 27. or court. Price (10,500. term, Ing porch nice screened front porch
Furniture Co., 2220. I
ard Lum B"ah P. Ph cereaL to a Large shad tree Ask Asher ; I O.I.HOMEB-Sevsnai. ranging from
ealo.d. : Peter
her Co.. W. 23OO pund I Carter. Realtors 70 K I
In College Park. EAST-New. 4-room and bath
.d.w.tr I Browne' Shop. M.rl. and WOODRUFF ST. 700 Rom. with, Central. Phone T. (Butter) I.r. Realtor' cor. Central and Main,; I I| (7350 op. 100% loan*. Wilbur
GARDEN HOS- 50footlengths;I PUMPS electric deepind shallow meals. Buslnees people preferred.T.MCA A Cetr.CLS I frame On 4250. Carton 2-0786. Strickland. Broker; 23 W. Church
heavy Special 88.93. Easy payment. nothing down Realtor 32 .. Pne: 6651. 6675.
cea .eu stock DALMATIAN 3llMsgnolla Ave.. offer
purpl ;
B A J Boone and little a* (5 month. Bel- Purebre.V.r DupleZ completely and I EAST 3 block of Orange Ave.
corr I Home Ingle room for working men er.tud"nt. .
pr : .F ra.on.bl. 2-3$1 Good 3 school) Close to everything. 3 large. DICKS HOUSE-Only (1100 down
Jackson. neighborhood.
many Well Drilling Pump Supply Machinery Co.. W. Robinson Ave i or S8 weekly. Phone 8006. frn.hed. I< bedroom home: furnished. 2 ;
Winter Garden Rd- 1 mile east 2-818. Ple. 1,750. James J. bedroom, living room dining room, balance monthly. New block 3-bed
OR SIR-"Dllp". 1.10; Orlo Vista. Orlando; ph. 7087. o WASHING MACHINE AP x. Hot I DOG FOOD. Jbble and X-cel; dogremedies ROOM On block from Orange Blvd.. "H.clet..1 baths. Pie 'U.OO. .Ann Goodwinwith kitchen and delightful front screened rom house. Fireplace. N* city taxes
.Jna St.C. K P.. Point refrigerator: dinette tulte:: OrlandaStore. Court Hotel Xarge bedroom with I ACLRR Depot." dial 7588. Ic. Broker; porch oak floor throughout i Immediately occupancy. Price 5500.

._ __ _ _ table. 6 chairs. Dishes cooking utensil I X-cel- .. Dial .upple.2-352.. private bath: rates reasonable. Gentleman COLONIALTOWN Two .. I! 677 N. Orange; 9855. double garage. This Is close in and A. C. Golden. Broker. 1121 P. Or

GASOLINE ENGINX Clinton Itt *. 405 W. Concord. I TROPICAL, air- preferred. Box 440 8-ta. ,r eiaL On Concord- weekispe. I EAT SIDE-Her* is a commodious an unusual buy at (8950. term. I Undo Ave.. Near Maltand Underpass
H.P aU PLUMBING SUPPLIES PSR. .Qualum. A. 1 a nice located in the pretty Lake Jamerson and Carter. Realtor 70 K. ). Winter Park. Closed Wed.. call
Florida atole PI .Dc. WAT CL. 10 gal per : pump.. .H.rr Coster. .. 2 ROMS wit kitchen privileges and I home with two full we consider
PP cooler .uppll. for te Lancaster aUoD with 3 nice bigbedrooms Central. Phone A. T. (Butter) Car* tomorrow.
C. 10 Bath .paeU 138 off Lawrence a

lavatories $750001 I
Church toilet Dr. .eeommo.ton. .nuln. ba..ln
_phone e.t.tub.gas. electric .tol.t. water Mitchell. For offc. or home 131 Ave.. Winter Pak. I I: month 10 2-211 ( anfurnl.he and 895O beautifully a I.r.. l.ln. room full ter. 9518. LITTLE HOUSE-Not new'but In A-l
BOX 6. 10. 30 I Orlando Inc. =, Call Mr. hete. MARKS ST. Income property. I Si shape and nicely furnished. Electric
WA'E 1T. hetr.soil pipe and fitting WIRE TERRIERS AKC t NEAR COLONIAL Uorskl with I living
and .al e.etF. Orlando pr PIp and fitting Llbby CP Or.nl Ave. Phone t37. HI male one female.ret I Parramore- DRIE I" : OHarrs.Mooce.3-0535- ; 109 K. Pne. dining porch rom.front sunny. Iltehen. Kitchenequipment i rooms first floor. 4 furnished rooms; I kitchen. Ready for Immediate

Applisnes. C. 1 31 I. Orangi I m.D 71 W. Church. P W A TEEletrc gao and I trdo puppies beautifully marked.. i I tyrest twin bed. in prlvte rom. B.a-I Jerry: LIMITS-.Modern 5-room is good and the furniture second floor. 3-car garage worth In- occupancy. Five room, high lot on
A. I 1 vestlgstlng. Henry M, Burch. Broker paved street. (5950.00. (1500 will
45' bred .
Har Three month old. 3312 Oberlin; i I twin bd. in private home. t of cypress construction oak f r- throughout. An attractive all-around
I I 2213 Edtewater Drive; dial 2-17. Street. I Near bu*. 4112. screened poreh. large lot. 87000. (200O home at ReeM j 12 B. Main. 21090.NORTH2ASTWer., handle. O'Harra-Moer 3-0838. ins
I 10.7500. C.I Fed E. Pin .
HOIST-3 1J S hand Opt PUMPS For the farm er home. Big WASHING MACE-EI"crlc Ken MUST SELL MY DOGS! Someone down. Alien Johnson. Realtor. 140 p with : 109 1 I. I* a nice 2-bed *

wtnche cPlt with eab. and little. .and uted. See I more. W. 13 Arlnr- year old. 4H month and new 47-1. Rental AreneiesCOLONIALTOWN : N. Orange; 8612. Specializing Pine. room home. In a good location, BUY TODAY Streamlined (-room
boom 1
iwlviled.raise ad and ri00! Farm Hom Machinery Co.ou' ton Avenue. ,I pie. AU cheap. Phone 5033. puP I : Homes.. ,I EAST home with!- which can be bought tight. See U and block bungalow. Less than (3.000
Ho. Boiler Chevro 4300. I 8IDENew\ mike offer. Mr. Lyle with Herman cash and pay mortgage at (55.43 per
119S Robinson.PLUMBING WATER ft. -Furnished 7-room I COPELAND
115 lit bnch.anioed. Gal DRIVE. WEST-Biiin. I I bedroom,
Je CtamE PIPE9. 8828. 41. Poultry and I brick. Senior High Section 5romap.rment i tlal two-story four-bedroom bouse I T moern .eon.en.nc2. land L Goodwin Inc., Broker; 677 N. Orange; month. Information. Georgia Ton
Supple 9855. Schiller. Realtor 7186.
'I I Forest City Rd. I completely and I i
SUPPLIES RAU.ETTDIESElENQfltL3-Dlesc furnished (5275. McKelvey, E. ReeEstate. *
. TRIMMERS hdge -Plncor .Ietrlc. I engine; I BABY CHICKS-Toxedo Feed Store I I Real bunnlo. All furihed ChrUmtn I ';i to (15,000 00. Call Mr. R.dueed I _I_ Centr.l_ i NORTHEAST Ranch type frame CEMENT BLOCK HOUBE bed-
better for cost m.rne dleel Irn"rat"at !t.t. with O'Harra-Moore I with handsome oak rooms. beautifully constructed.
Toilet C. 8. approved Pullorium tested 2-16. 2-0836 109 K. i a bungalow
Av ACO.. 8863.Feed Str 300 W. Robinson shower b.ll tub, .luatr.heatl au.I dleel. Distributor 1nlt Stt. 191 W. Church. phone 2-2821 or 7336 I LANDLORDS-We will supply yon Pine. !i I FAIRBANKS additional lota.AVE.-Including t or- 'f floor Modern a* the bouse being Very nest. Won't last long at (6950.

I p1,'.. Harper'' Plumbing .. R*..,) Steel Bales Co. 100 W. Amelia Ave. BABY CHICKS. U. 8. Pullorum test desirable tenant free of charge j| CNCR. EAST-Substantial home ners. bearing grove. ..o2 I built today and at less than today's Corner lot. Klttlnger Realty. 5454 or
HOT WATER'RZATER8-Oas 8. I and I i cost. 889SO 00 with extra six land- 2-0074.
and 13 Or.no A.e Winter Park phone 2-14. ed stock. Immel.t er future delivery. ,I phone us your I I. wit fn large room. half: ;i i dry with shower: chicken boul.r I 1
electric: 20 and vacancy. Vete.n. Real Estate Agency I scaped lot. Call O'Harra-Moore. CORNER NASHVILLE and 23rd St.
.utom.tl I Ph fur.I I transit buses.
30.1 t8-1 A attic with School and Winter
lon 8ACRCELdF" diamond ..rstw.t I Fed. 8uppUei 29 8. Court St. Ph. lore e.i.r r j Realtor. 2-2360; 109 E. Pin*.
KDOI Btr. Co. I Pi. i 2. diamonds Orlando X-Cel Store. Dial 2..1.WE .r.... .. Park utilities. No-Inflation at (14.000 8. Orange Blossom Trail. 2 home
2-318. j II I ROOPIIIG.-.210 lb. thick butt shlnsleg. tP. solid gold case. jewel 1. turkey or rabbit pen. Of I- WI HELP you find a rental I 'U,80.0. Decorate this and .njoJ Pie;, on good term Robt. L. Pryde. Real NORTH SIDE-3 bedrooms. 4 lots, 24 lot*. 270* highway frontage. Sea-

i1Eot.lona. hand Color .ren red. red blend 250. 406 8-ta. 1 CCE. portable. 8 10 Wire for service charge. V"te.O' and Cn."nlent. of this tor. 668 N. Orange: 24596. : neat and coot Plenty garden pace, sonable. H. Farley.

Bub, I I Slate blend. roU roofing all color! NATURALLY If It'. Lumber hardware botton and sides. 820. I ft i Real Estate Agency. 29 S. Court. excellent location Call Mini risk with I; Buy With Confidence-Deal Withi chicken run*, pasture. SOOO. SammleFrancisco. RARE BARGAIN new 2-room cottage.
Hardware. 102 W. Church. and felt. McCormick I 2-77. O'Hsrra-Moore 2-2380 109 E. Pine. I Ij "Pryde.. I Realtor; Central Arcade papered electric. (250 down rest

HOME PRUZZR8.-Kelvlnator. now ;i Co.. 915 S. Division St. Ph. 2-3553. Mills and or Nebraska.paint you W.Dt.U on I TRUYSc. lb. Hatching Poultry egg; 1 48. Hotel Rooms I j I CLOSE IN-Bungalow. Partly finn i. FORREST HILS-Overlooking beau- 7407. like rent. Total 1500. 3330 8. Orange

available at Bumby Hardware. Ret I RADIOS-New and used. Old sets SOe F.U I 1 lined. Lane. | ttiul Lake Sue.- Well built NORTHEAST-Here 1* a nice 2-bed Blossom Trail.
vlnstor Dp.rment 102 W. ChurchIRRIGATION .I. I bu'hl Radio and electric appli HAR-VEY SLIDING CE door Farm: dial 5127. I LAKE LOLA HOTEL-Summer rate I screened Ni prch eODdlton 2-car garage I 1 planned spacious 2-story "el. room home In a good location, 3-BEDROOM CONCRETE block tueeo -

SYSTEMS and supplies ,I .ne.rep.lrP. Bule Henry I h.rdw.r. your TURKEYS-Young tender; weights now prevail Complete hotel service 2-Iarge lot. .ehol and store bedrooms. 2 U b.th.powder room. which can be bought right. See It and tile bath modern. well-bulH.
, for (rove*. farm lawD. Florida Shop. 2-124. S E. Co.. lrrr. *Southeast. loo W. Amelia Steel Sale Ave.. I 10 to 20 lb.. Poult and : I Dining room open all meals; 2-1903. 160. terms. Sam Johnson Co.. 201 i High corner lot landscaped. make offer. Mr. Lyl with Herman 1800 W. Washington. (8750. 100*

Pip Buppl Co, ( W. Church; UFROERTRt model Frigld- phone D. Wilder Jr. Turkey Farm: 111.II II This unusual la completely Goodwin Inc, Broker 677 N. Orange; ; O. loan. 8750 rath to civilian.

phone 111. and run like. 2.14.IS SEE US ABOUT Started ; 48-1. Beach Rentals j jI I and beautifully furnished. Sacrifice: 9855. _____ I Lout E. GsbeU IB Rutland Bldg.:
I C. ft Lb. ; (Q OUT-Electric motors. tab!.* to close an estate. (25 000. Huckel-' .
ICE REFRIGERATOR new. 911 I age up to 3 weeks. Lake O The PARK-2 stories. 3 bed I NORTHEAST-For location whereI 8383.I
Opens! 75-pound cP.et- Coolerator 1120 RADIOS-Crosley Arlnrten.and Fada. Console,' I acetylene aw. IVi torch bp.outfit engine: air drill l press. Wood Chick Co. *. mile !ort 0Maitland I I I COCOA BEC RENAL- Hotel CROKEZ rom.. floor 2-car garage, I i I dial O'N..I. Realtors; 118 E. Robinson i. I satisfied tenants can be had th* I YOU FIND THE OIRL-We Will find
room .
B. RIO Grande Av*. type and table model Alto por '' Un air conditioner small eompr.ar.'of : | on Route 1.9.i .ek. Eu Comfortable home. Owner leaving 2375.HOLEN 1 year round and for a good yield on I the home. Clyde McKenzle. Broker
table Bumby Hardwire. 102 W oil heater refrigerator radio lathsI i I I I I ropean plan. 2-bedroom trnlhe town. For quick sale U5.0 term. HEIGHTS. 1324 W. 25th St. 1 the Investment see this apartment 11 S. Main. Phone 24775.
lNIO !"MellTop" a Church. 45. Apartments for Rent 1 cottageg. 1 block from bab W. B. Nicholson. Main; "2 lot*. 50 x 151 I. property showing a gross Income of:
and Reltr.
41IB-U. tp &d .Ietrlel pat equipment. 227 I I week or S1SO mo. Call I On bus line with Her-
te t. I Parrish a caI. South. I' I Ocean Lodge. wrIt Pat I 2-1(19. lea atore (1950 more than tSOOO. Mr. Lyl fl-'. Lake County Property
Phone CONCORD AVE. 217 ctsn I man Goodwin Ine, Broker 677 N. Or-
22 31541.lcLBOXCoolerator'jio MST SELL Make u* an offer. I I furnished .p.rmeDI W2-rml pr I DAYONA BEACH Beautiful I I r COLONIALTOWN-Home with 2 :\ HARRISON ST.-A charming Dutch l lange: 9855. BONNIE BREEZE A few choke

clty. Excellent Ib. cp- piece St.no modern swivel lime chair colored with cushion settee;: 3 I, month. Phone 111.i I' nbhedrom!;. .P.rtment. Rom \1 I roma sleeping porch. Neat .bd-i j colonial home comfortably fum ORWIN MANOR (NEAR>-New ma* tract located on Lake Eustl D. 8.

473 S. Orang cDdUn RADIO BALK- ton Carrier air unit of i i DIVISION ST.. 1900 8. 2-room or of Bummer.on ocean front. For'.r Garage and built in wash house,: Ihe and late on one of sonny bunnlow. 2 bedrooms. CornS Internal waterway navigable to th*
A. fice style conditone I 1 .pateDt Pmt.d (20 per ,1U N. H. u ,. wit new washing machine and. .trNt. 3 bdrom.i pleuly and nicely furnished. ocean. Here is your chance to own a

ICE CREAU P"WI. I W* hav a of used ha desk bleached oak reondlUoned hole with, : Dt. ,,1011 phone Atlantic Ave. Daytoni a Magic Chef .to.. refiigera- sun room. 1',, -. lot. 100 x 150. Quick possession nice lakefront homeglte at a modest
Dumbe kD' 488-R.
MOUta. 2 condition. Each.dlo carry 1, chair to match. Phone S510. EUCLID AVE.-Furnished 2-bedroom- .. 1|I tor. radios and complete furnishings Lot. 100 z 150 ft There I nothing Price reduced from 85200 to (4200. price. Priced from (20 per front
fno .t. 2 K Pin*. Phon* .o day guarantee. i apartment on first floor. (85 per A. Lovely. 2 throughout. You ran move In to compare thl (12.000. *,, cash balance easy term Mr. ft. up. W. J. Kittler Realtor Ta-
33 1 63. 9 11. WALKER i bdrom. Wenea
(13 Pee tom radial law 3 month year round rental. Call block ocean. day. Offered at only: (1500 Term available John.ou Real1 Iton. I- Simmons with J. P. Mattox 145 21. varea Fla.
H.P. .D
UtSUI4TIO-Balaam Money- t I motor. IU. 1. Portable skill 2-3155. Oeo. F. Bras Realty Co. pIe only no children or June 1 balance let than rnt. Please let 1 HO N. Orange; 111. I- i M lnt 5809.ORWIN .

back guarantee. Hot Wo. W e Store*. U3N. AT I. : saw.8100. 17. 1. h.ek.". electric FEttKCREEK AVE, 942 N.-Large- to Sept. 30. 1300 plus 1tlte.Pt. 708 know how you can go wrong oa this Ing In Homes.. I MANOR-Here 1* an ultramodern 52. Groves for Sale

b her*. Keep your house up t I : 5300. Or.n. Contr.eor. Concrete pumpa; I bedroom; electric kitchen. Utilities | Butler BId.. D. ton. I i if you are collecting r"Dt rcelpt flYER ST. N.-Fine residential sec-I- j 3-bedroom concrete block! I

dear. cooler 8n Lumber 100 to 111. Louis E. 9br.tor. furnished. Hot_water. Bu. Adult t C each month? This is an ." 1.t ton close to shopping center. ; bungalow located on large corner lot; COMMERCIAL GROVE-Good steady
Orange A.. Rutland lU.. O.bl 49. Business Rentals I i Ilnr with Wm. Mathew with J. D.nelKol.r and has service. Completely Master bedroom has private bath: I producer. 80 acre*. 4.200 treea.I .

ICE CETt in the baci'cf car FAIRBANKS AVE, 1304 Winter -. Broker. Phone 7811 Broie. !,II ly furnished .to-.Dd.b.1 frame. 1 full tile bath with shower between; I At (700 per acre is oar biggest value.C. .
for : Park. Efficiency apartment. Bath OFFICE Desirable 1! Invited _ an other Has lovely screened W Walters. (72
fishing. 88.50. I single room for I' _ rooms la 2 2 bedrooms. Realtors N.
33-1. Graduation kitchenette 2nd floors.r
Smith Lumber Co- N. Orange Ave. ROOF COATING Give your anew I Gifts entrance.enclosed prh. flr.Pr..t. Immediate occupancy Phone 9816 I. j', COLLEGE PARK 3-bedroom con- lovely bedroom glassed In ;- inn porch: tiled patio and attached Orange: 9618.OROVC .

and Railroad._ lease on life. 2.50 rof Adult I OFFICE SPACK and telephone I block bungalow. Walking dig1 i- lor. a real home In a perfect location. 2-car garage with built-in laundry:
per c.t
ICE CREAM Compretaion can. At ra I EARRING SPECIAL real l.r.ll: HUGHEY ST. 622 North. Newly dec; I tee. Centrally located. 1"1 I t.ne. shopping c"nle. Tie b.tl Price (15.000. Frank Crebs. Realtor tray*. See this beautiful modern '-10 acres fin bearing; 3ifc

CAIE-. GlddeD.REIOERATR close oat at SOc. value* 11.1. orated 3-rom furnished Apt. and. Business S. ,. M C. PIn,; (f, laundry servants tol.t ( SO7 M.tal Building: phone 2'110. ; home. Price 14500. term Jamer. acre young tree; modern 3 bed.
dltlon. (180. at 0 ca- New ( We-tlne- I Rerman'a Loan Offic*. 37 W. I bath a.store electric rcfrigerater.: ; OFFICE for- ---- 2-1281.j i'i balance (56 month. interest. ;1 ton and Carter Realtor 70 K. Ceo room home; garage with laundry

tsursnt. 2305 !.. Wultl.IC C. a electric water r.nr.. 40callon I- 1| GRADUATION OIS mI' Wr 845.i I, room. Centrally young ) 2 or 3 for H-1008 Harold V. Condict.' Real- KLY soL SICOH-lu.I I tral. Phone A. T. (Buster) Cartel room; storage room: chicken house
Harmon srom
CREAM FREEZERS .--5 ; Ave.. Winter 1 587-W.- I watches; p.rl i JEFFERSON COURT HOTEL...1 and bright and neat a.sss tor. 37 E. Centrsl.6137. I't flrpl.c and hardwood floor l.r.a. 9518. and runs: on paved road: C mile

6-duert air-e. H. H. Parrish Pal .: I, bracelets: pins: rug-tee. Her.D' i I 2-room apartment available. Bun I Phone fU after 3 COLLEGE PARK SCON-Lr. ii beautifully shrubbed one from heart of city. 3.OOO box yield:
Hanlwe. RANGE-Magto Ch.r Gas; table top. Loan Office. 27 W. Church. i mer rate*. i I bedroom '' low county good variety. Price (22.SOO. Term

1541. a 8 Orang Phone 3. with cntrol ait*. Two Iron GRADUATION GIFTS. DOTS'-Wrist; Morse FOR LEn. .t building on i t, kitchen and blnl.lo." noon 9th 2 ar.bat..,. cket: ::aAdelt'c Flit OPEN HOUSE-Thurg., 3 to S. Ask for Paul Hardman with Marti

ZNTER-COU SYSTEM I het.r. 4 Robinson Ave. I w.th. btolda luggage. Val-A- LNCL. AATESll Pak. 2bedroommpartment I- Cur.Hou.SQUr. O.la Excel- '1 ed prch. double garage: 3 with' b.thlr1 prl.lee.1 William Realtor 21 W. Washington

Give you Instant -Executon- RUGS-2 mathe AslDlte.9 x 12.Cochran ehalD military I *. Janitor service hot, Trust Writ e frit tre.; lake privilege for swlmmlng I- on Hour Glass Lake. Price rdur.d Owner gone win sell modern bunia- St. Phone (106.
department control of ver 7 background I hair brushes. Office.I water steam heat Year round or Sank Dp.rment The. COleda'; and fishing. A real value for I to (10.00000 unfurnished For *i I low under (10.000. Many attractive

production- Dbl.more you work to don speed .p' deUe.t design C.l Mr, I 121 W. Cbarh. La Summer renl.1 only. Winter a.nd Tlt Co *. a.w 14.0. Harlow O. F.dck lit M.I I call Ray Holromb with O.B.r.-WOfe feature Drive by 1109 W. Harvard. INDIAN RIVER GROVE Wof

Zqulp. TI 5. Reehl Pal 9161.I I dial 8188. 2-2380. 109 E. Pine. Call T. K. Halting Realtor. 62 ii E, Vero Beach. 20 acre*. 1331 tree*.

B1 A. 1M. Co 31 N. O.. RADIO-PHONOGRAPH console model- 'EUCRC.lr CK-color Telechron and I ''ORNOE AVI. 291 N.-Furnished 3 j[ SO. Wanted to I II' I I "I'l great t I,In Orlando. I iiTicieOQt.FECTIONModet: i I Central (Arcade); 4237. 1-3 seedless grapefruit; 2-3 Valencias.

embln.tla Firestone. Walnut ft I Johnson Electric Co. E. I: I week. Phone Ret block home. Large ..ral with Age 10 to 17 years. Artlelaa well:
INLAID LINOLEUM l 11"4. n.ata.. Oren Church. 2 22572. I APT.-Efficiency. CASSELBERRY-Beautifully furnished guest room lovely lake Pricedright. good drainage free from cold. Heavy
JDJ I' R.aD.ble. Quiet' house. Concrete block Call Smith S 1. I hammock coil. Surrounded by fine
floor and sink o LAMPS All PINE 3 business Mr. with Henry ORWIN MANOR SECTION-Attractive ;
tope. type 1/3 off all floo: girl cntr
251 o CAT rom 2-8891 1. tion. 2 Near Burch. Broker Main 2-bedroom bungalow. 1941 I grove SIllS per acre. C. B. Davit
Ediewater Dr. Call RUGS Oval cotton cola r. Johnson Electric Co bu* service. Call between 4:30 p.m. brom. l2JS. 2.10.
I Imp 1 E. Tak and 6
211SIN Ebonite oven. D.tura. 2 chd I"s p.m. Hibbard C.ulbr. Phone Winter 'i KAI.P'YSCHOOL.SECTION-4 bet; frame construction: oak floors: garage | RealLortlO4E. Jertr.oss.21e45.LAKE .

POe ANOS For I WINTER- I I A.-2 or 3 rom. Clow In. Mid- Park '83. Brol"n Innte' i I TOOT*. 1 PARK
B2; die. Mahogany graduation a new -Fuly furDhe. for dlea.d : no children equally nice homes. You will ; .
t.i : 2.1140.RnoanD. 5-V-Crlmp. I spinet. Light one two or DAUPHIN STREET Five roomframe lot. 76x150. Sure bargain. n. on south Side 2 lakeg. 12
or i Must
Pr.(20 each. Bed 8. 1. 8.t. m.bo.nF. dark 150 ..dalt Dt. b deD.o Intou bungalow. Recent construction f trial price. Don Dudley. i, (8900. term Lorraine Hoffman with ,I year old. constating of the following
or Winter of Ratr.
20 Park. .
aD'P N. 8ue I 1C. ft..au. LDch. i : m.bo.nF. 738 107S Broie. A. ; B.t BOl 4. 8St.r. and unusually well built. Large 4745. H. F. Boland. Realtor Carrlgaa 1.663 Templet. 144 Duncan grape
la *a. 1; ga. (8.32 per. .2. JOph 220.i 34. APT. or house: modern; : room*. two prrhP. Clone to lab I $ Building. 872 N. Orange; 2-45SL fruit. 144 tangerine 200 Valencia.
ICE CREAU FREEZERS AH .lsei 1.1 2 I PARK 420 S. Orlando I couple- pn.n.nt I Immediate Price (9.800 Ii Temple alone worth asking
"ITE balD' Rent and bail price
t N.Uona P"u Steel Co. 1601 i 31. Articles 15. S wllon. i: LAKE CONWAY 2 bedroom and PINE CASTLE rooms
teo bU tee enuher Fair P.G B 3351. Ph | Wanted bedroom Pr..t bath .ufUIPpd 2-1. For D.rtlrul.l see S. Vergowe.; sleeping porch. Furnished nle.I,. fruit chicken house nice lot. Price I Excellent terms to responsible party
ltr. Curb. 7912 Orl.ado.RP kitchen. welcome.4ROOM HOUSE-2-bedroon Realtor. Church Street. Phone 13750. 246 Lout 8. Dolive. Broker 27 W
j I ADDING > 21 K 2 acre of land. Nice land W. K. Price. Estate 'i
: seal. 1 7833 bUth Wa htn to_: dial 8412.I .
MCm.n ,. re.Sn.lbte
LADDERS Step, : 1 I 1 bed 8.
uton et.tht asbestos too I- t and fuhe.par"nt Per.n.nt ; Price crUF Call Ra Orange Ave.
Kitchen .tl Id eha fod m. .IDI GtILP ahl1 Gutter H .uhne. W. Central ; Phone room.2-3834. o. P $7 5. eoupi.Phone .IU cbldn Re.onblr. DUPLEX New construction: near noa with Jo rea.. Realtor. 6038.I PRINCETON SCHOOL Three-bed- I CONTACT C. B. DAVIS for grove
chair 2-231.
Nu aD I L. 70 1 111. I lake. Furnished. Rent under OPA room boas with living room dlni II I la the famous Indian River district.
LOUNGE: 3 Alexander .lut. 7427. |! AUCTION GOODS WANTED Still: 28TH STREET. 909-New. 3-room HOUSE or Apt. 6 or 7 room I!I (1620 year. Which < on ;I LAKE LANCASTER i Inc room breakfast room kitchen.i I 104 E. Jefferson. 2-1649.
Ck nw. pr I time to tend your valuable to th* un I of (6OOO.wn Slot 6ECONAInl
I unfurnished Permanent purchase price
hand llke U.a drp I SEWING Factory auction for '. .P rntnprfe fanae elde.dUt. 2-bedroom i ; bath and screened porch. Solar water -
lent ece I ICHINE r 'un. 1. CaU 2-room .1 Bl luled. King R.1 E.t.t. 30 baD'.I" heater. electric stove. Good sUed 53. Acreage for Sale
CdltJn 23: bt lua.nted new 2-0158 for fr. 'IrD 5la. I'na. ." rf. heat. A ..Ia.at (8.- >
LAWN MOWERS "Diien and Mo- I abl eonll.. A WIggins: 624 L Auction S.I.Co, 733 W.,, Dmln HOUSE or 6 rom. Carh. 145. S1Dd'F.I I|, 750 furnished. 0. I Kittredge .: t fruit tree (8500 00. Call O Harra-
C1rh 8t 5-ROOM Furnished or year aDfurDe I DUBSDREAD .i-bedroom frame bun Son. Realtors. Moore. Realtor, 2-2380; 109 E. Fine. iiiaitrri- IZLA.ND-$35
gras Ap.rmeDt CODlder up. Fertile
Guu118.1 1P cathn SI-.e.S2-1 castlron prceu .sew entrance and Jue. C Hudu galow. Furnished and on large corner 2-317. -
Lad a kda Bnuml. P..t n. ROBINSON AVEv 4-bedroom house. warm. Good water electricity. C
CrncraL Po. 2211'H.rwa I Pc 12. T.lphon 2.1. to I. n. have b.t. w.tr. Da 2-1 after HOUSE I I lot. For quick sale. (5750. Cear LAKE DAVIS SECTION-Furnished 6 Reduced. Furnace beat basemen B. Davit Realtor. 2-1649.
SCREENS-For kind of metal eU SeweU-Thurmond Furniture fut bedrooms; 392 N. ;
LAWN MOWERS-New. electric, u 15. I casement a Aluminum rot 2I Co, Pine St. Dial 4070. Winter Nor ney n.I" Or..e I I rom home. arrne porch garage.. laundry. Owner 719 K. Livingston 10 ACRES Near Cannon Mill* Alr.
New ra..11 newer (125 I tog and Wdo.. aluminum MCE 4-ROOM APARTMENT;; Permanent ople R Orlndo. aD Ins. and out. big Ave. Ph. 2O780.SOUTHWEST _Prt_$100. Pleasetelepissus,
.n L Co.. 43 S. I .ll. t garac DIMOND. .ath J".l. old Lk. E.(85 per 1ODth Couple. t.r Park 43-R. WI I IDUBSDR SECTION- ..Z-bed- rornrr lot with view of LtrDal SECTION-Tw. bed I- 70 FT. Fronting tote
Phone don St, Htb 1 Irl.. I M .It i bungalow "I furnished : The I vacant. We _. nicely and bard
or 9M4.LDMBEH east .* Co, loo AI"U.i Setal. J .,. 32 W. U. Pb. 5:7 HOUSEor 4 bedroomi. rol. 1 10. rooms and sleeping porf j'1 road. 87OO cash. T. J. Undorff
i Ave.. downataing.phons ChBlh.I NEAR CLNIA ; desirable unurne. ; on nice corner lt. Owne Ib I"J h.I' to show. P furnUtbrd. electric Ire box. Immed- ..Realtor. 438 N. Main
z.lc bUlk Good and I DREm I I- going North and aniloui sell. 1- I Sam O. tote poasraslon. $3 530. Easily fin phone 2-3983
lumber and I rRtR WANT 9.5. r'B.r. Pe- I
I only. 3-4737.
ber, Cn-ncy Highway. ]t SCALE-Computing 2 to. capaclt 7. >I b.d .UDtt". Cohr.n'* Furi mO: :: AdulU only Bu;I- I an Uoa yearly 8(75 to loo month mediate I possession. Priced at IS.SOO N. Orange 188.I anced. "Speak to Spiegel. Whims er
Ph 2,. New. a -. call 2-3 or 3-237.- > l. Phone 4112.: advance. bl. month* rent I la''I Call Peter BreeD with O'Hsrra-itoore. "Ifa great t live In Orl.De. Spiegel Realty Co.. Realtors 708Mctcall
Bl ..I 8-Star 2-28. 109 E. Pine. I I Bldg. 2-3269. I 1 I ContInued On Next Pare


I- 1 I ItConL

from Preceding ,.Pige] 5C. Bnslness Property for Sale Ia Real Estate WantedWE Mister Breger 70. Work Wanted- Used Cars for Sale I 75. Used Can for Sale ,i (Drlanbn &rtiitarlWED.

CLOSE El-Apartment nous*. S ,nits BRING 10t lookers; list BOOKKEEPER .a.small set -1941 "81" 4 door Id.a .
BU ---- MAY
nicely la first class wit... T.lor. Broker; 2518 or oUlc. oa part Urn accessories. Ollns Used c.r. WILLYS JEEPS-Like new, low mileai -:I 28. 1947. 15

S.I.. Ranches and'Ttiflberllfld roost the r.lt.4 Oross Income N. 5644. Box 8el.r.BOIUPEule.. N. orange Ave. Phone *. Priced for quick sal*. 423 ,
$4080 annually. 3 P. A. fun 1935 Standard 3-door 8. Orange Av*. '
THREE alee clean limply or
AI AID Pr RealMr.8boota rer- et.Allison. Realtor. 17 \ Wsshlniloo furnished 3-bedroom eottaies. Easter .mplameD&Al 35. .. Id.a. tag.Exceptionally S.good Evans,new 60
lIving 134.

acre itr!' mile eat. .ma 1mm"Ma. 2.080. 1trofttss QUEST One of BOMPlh.4 Good Close I. bus,Southeast lD...Pc..1U..and rn.. en 85.000. or nr t. 1.00.near I ger.head Excellent bCkk.pe t rd.ra.and officer Earl K. Central A.-'37. COUP R 4321.(435 cash. I 's Trailers-Trucks for s.1 TRANSPORTATIONIndications

Bile en lar 1 bt.r Mr. Bldg. d.. Phone IU. Ave. U miles nor of BANTAM-1947. H aU .tl,
acre drained mock. ISO tattle a. come. IJ'.O. a. BOnU.. .-tatn a.ltor. Meta I and Edgtwater en old utility trailer Flt any car.
Burch from
Its with BeDr 1 BOY-Al* IS. good iteady : I price Automobile
Breach caa be beatht. a ) FOR IMMEDIATE RESULTS-List h 12. our clearance price
E Ranchaaeved aorU>. Main: 2-101. I your property with Oee. H. Ktt ( dependable worker ..nt -1939 8159 & R 8 Evam. 101 W. Central Factories are that New Cars

.bb QUEST HOME Lucerne .etOD redie. Realtor. 1 E. Central employment after ElcU.n. condition.2-or Private I'a'. 1 Ave and Trucks will not be plentiful -
aol Summer. Willing par
54. LoU for Sale Lovely I-tr.2 bi ro.' Phone 2-31. '
baths I P. but prf.r learn grocery 451. -42. 1 ton r.Ue. 0 at least during 1947. We

ALTAMOirH SROSLk trent Offered .. Ndrom., furl.4.lal lncludinc 60. Business Opportunities printing apprentice. Writ Clyde ', -1941. 2 door. 1.07.j Florida rubber. Rogers Grocery ,.' are assuming our obligation of
tin. Apt S. 426 E. 1941 Chevrolet coupe.
O- silts Ian tot $3- J.cko. cub
Business and.. r.deU a-8384. with Weir System.. FlaCONTRACTOK. 3, 1939 l.. CABIN keeping our customers supplied
Homer tr. Very
Winte 50 lo .
I. .n T. P. Co. CA'RUn.
E. B.ke 11.095'1' with
; AUTO FAINTING I transportation In
will never 61 REAI 4 WANTS WORK Phone 2004. eo.trucUoa.
.Za' OR'O horn to QUEST HOME-Overlooking one ofOrlandos Some equipment laOrani : construction; repairs. Fits any car. Sleeps two. Equipped for good dependable Used Cars
o County. Location prosperous 1941 62" stove and refrigerator. Ideal' for tourIng .
beautiful BUT four tot most beautiful lakes. t the ground; furl.h most any hydramatle. 'beautl-I and Trucks that will give entire
section. Lane shop I
U IUo. irove Reasonable. Ralner. I; fishing and hunting trips. Built
evell01 near the is this lovelyhorn. ar
vhlle cbol. are ef hla o& 4 baths. under favorable leas*. I Zellwood. car. CII. C.r. D4 N. to sell for 81.000. Have 5 left and | satisfaction until New
*. Investment e bdrom. T which I* lower than McNuttHeasley. '. 2-521. '
sell at loss 8695. 8.
W.ltr home and of : I I .U E"I.I Cars and Trucks
.K. LV o.t M.Dr 1.tleU mo.m fi..t Realtors. n.rw HOUSES W } r. -1940 2 door W. Central An.CVROLDl. R are more

fc 33S8 N. Or. -I 1 con.&uc'la. B.uuu .rld. .0 ington St.Phone 106. waxed, us* cal Deluxe. Original fiih.e.D S and Ford trucks plentiful. Our stock includes
.ubl.aU Plc. In.1 I
CANNON UTT.IJI ROAD La $e handle. .m.n. Williams and Glldden prouet. mechanically. quick size and types. many Late Model Cars that
0x350 Iv Eitetricur and phon Care Realtors. 70 K. C.Dtra Phone BUSINESS-Excellent home mixtures. a(445. R. 8. Evans Truck and W* have trck In stock and are we can recommend being
.. Prteo 8500. en out terms. (Bu.t. C.nr. AUMOBI pay out quick. Good I 230t.I Lot. cor. Garland and discontinuing department. WU as

W. A. McK.nnt. Broktr 4150heney maker. For Mr. | LANDSCAPE Superintendent. .. 2-J02.. | sell for exactly half of regular mak. thoroughly dependable, each
d.'all .
: RI.I. 2-n. HIGHWAY 175 17-93 ft.--oa Close concrete la. COrrlaUGa hlsh- mODe. Wt H'n M Burch I I years experience. Private and '-.1942 4-door sedan. Radio price. Come la. look arouad. No reasonable priced according to its ability
heater. 41.000 miles. Tires refused. R. S. Evans '
Broker merclaL Box 433
; .Ue
of lots I S-ta. to
On Lars bsarinctrove. 1 2-JO. serve
ca. la f\ d.p. Central Florida Motors. Jef-i cor. and Amelia.
VelV. 78-ft. frontal O..lr. Irol bous Owner leaving BUSINESS-With living quarters. 2- PRUNING any and Garland, ph. 2-2424
phone 22709.DU3SDRUD. June h.reduced price for quick story concrete block building. 2nd >I lane or WANnf I DODOE.-1940 pick-up lo mechanically -
1941 4-door aedan. Radio good rubber 8395.R. .
sal* Exclusive with C. P. Bhumway. '
COUNTRY CLTJB aeetlon 14O story has 3-bedroem mo.r aD.n prl.nc. Joseph Kennedy, 422. spotllsht. On of the clean-i 8. Evans Truck and Bargain Lot
tarn lOtS 10Y ai 'U S. fU'hr R.ltr. I. Orll.21. ment lit floor fully OulpPd r.tau- I I "t.on 8' cars In Orlando. Spial" 589$. I eor. O.rl.ne and Amelia. 21023.DODOEl9dlpkkupruns I,. VARNER, Inc.
PlY monthly. Has lot paid HOMr-D4COSLZ--room bouse for I rant doing good bu.IDe. BuUdl. 8. Evans. 400 N. .
.. bujidln! become apartment or guest bouse ft block stock and fixtures for 10.0. Par- I 71. Airplane Sales & S lic.
a.ali Property m.tnal. eles off Orange Blossom Trail. Unfur I rich Real Estate. 38 E. ; ) -green 1940 coup.. R.do.il'l Truck good p.llt. 1.5. R cor.S. "" 234 WEST CENTRAL AVE.

bound to Increase rapidly Furnished Owner BUSINESS LISTINGS AIRPLANE-' Swifts: orl.ln.l. 8. Evans W. land and Amelia, 2-1023. O.r
15. 16. lr ;; : Central
la vain BUT toda ahead el Ibis ." U. HEEe : I AU metal. flight R 6
.beautiful C & Harlow a. Pr.drcL '2 __ i, .. ,. i.-... ic, oii stss : I DODGE 1940 motor
We acme 8844UOHWAY 2-way cc.I.I'
increase. tor. N. Or" Headquarters' Orani. i cantol.bl. lanel
Jan 11 -- .
Ian tots the coarse. riper Cub 1941 2-door. Just overhaul good .
.o 17-93-Tourist cu&New ( Evans W. truck. (745. S. Evans Truck and
W.te.. 1.I.tat*and Bolandr a..U.II.O.n.r. cottaie .10 two..ddll.al.nDt. BUSINESS OPPRTS since "Quick, run outside and count the stars! I think I've 81,800.Airport. Max K. Aullck. I I I : Ave*Sph.S42 6 Ceo j Bargain R. cor. Garland and
units. ; 45 W. .
872 N. Orance;, \ Oi 1920. 2-101. 1940 2 door Amelia. 210n.DDE140 C FOR SALE
Carrltaa Bldc4 |
300-ft. dep. adoAm. propertywith Central. Steel discovered a new one! TWIN ENGINE ratings .d.a. C.aa.
.5S1; evenlBiS. 3-2534. Al Total en '!I' 1 and the best 1H ton. long wheel
l0-f. Widgeon; land sea and [ I R. S. : I i good condition. -
C. P. Bhumway. Realer. cb COMPLETECITRUS
price OUkiO cbasl
sUDl-Hear itt? Jb.ltO 10 11.0.Orn. 2-3:8. BAR AND PACKAGE STORE-Well : Cr'ld .D .. Winter Orlando Park !) *. Phone 4771.' j Dodge .nln. also avail

L corner I4 HOME AND INCOME-.Excellent eondltion. located in Orlando. Excellent business 60. Business OpportunitiesTOURIST 64. Help Wanted-Female_ } I -1941 2 door deluxe .d.a, able .Mr. KDI.1 Thompson, ,
with O. ,, long leas A real buy at S8.50O finish, 310 W. South et JUICE CANNERY
350. Call Ray .0 Beautifully I I Orl.I..l in very
M Realtor 663$. I .fumtb.d. JI.lelhbrho. Including fixtures and stock Inventory. CUT-I0 cabins aroeery BKKEEPE.TPIST-WeD quali 7Z.. Autos &Trucks For condition. 795. R..o. Enl me FORD Amphibian "Duck." runs I

apartment. Price.. 21..a Wi have otel listed at different store: : 40 acres P.ran.nt. loal accounting 1 and BargaIn cor. lo. holds water. An excellent !
LANCASTER PARK 129 ft. Uk 1 000. owne'l terms. Call Brock Steel with price rn.. Com la and of land: a three room and a four fir. 5741. CA.RENAI INC.-Rllh Amelia. 2-1023. & and run-about vehicle 8445. I i iR. S Two Washers
see Mr. tAttle Harold Shepherd room house. Main Highway in South .urd by week er 8 Evans Truck and Bariain Lot !I
(73 N.ranie
Dr. ft Jenalngs.
front corner*a Lancaster on Laneaiter 110.. 21 JO. Chenault: dial 7234. Ic. Realty Co. 20 1. WashlD.tn St fl. year round bu.I..I BIKEEPERTorou.h kao.l.dl. rp.lbl Av peopl*. Call 8159. cor Garland and AI.I.. 2-1023. S Grading TableS

f ft. corner orani tree*. $1700. HOME WITH INCOME-Built la '41. BUSINESS OPPRTNl-ODCrt AU. flh.d for only 10.00. D.n Individual .for permanent position In Llvlnnt. 1 I -Model A'. V-8's. Big pos FORD-.1 4 l ton pick-up. .. I Salt Water TankS
10 ( .e.C"
1. Broker. 133 .M.1 Lars living room dining room, 1 .0 t Lenox Fed modern business Write full QI.Ut-| D. VARNER U-DRIY-IT- walks just 'for d.,. Stomp i SO tires, very low mileage. I i Rinse Tank
dene 111._ ____ breakfast room. 2 lars bedrooms. rom tram house ea extra sIzed lot Daytona B. I Florida. A"Du.1 cations experience rfe.Dce '' yourself, low rates; by mil good ones from (125 t 12 I Cars. 904 N. Orange 2-4521. Elevator to machine
AKE Winter Perk'a TIle and tIle kItchen fast growing industrial area. : own handwritlm. P. Bl i D. Varner U-Drln-I. Inc.. R Smith. 33 E. Robinson. FORD 1945 H ton truck. I I Juice
OLI. $ lectloa b.t n.pla.Hard.o Priced to sell at 10.80.0. Only WELL SUBDIVISION. 74 Replies held confidential. I I I Central Ibon. 2-315. !i 0'1 Ilck.UI N. Juice MachineS
for. In.utd. Peret LAT IU9. Orll 13
f11 .n. boat house I .Pt. 83300 00 down pamenL reuied C.I Lot near schools and HERTZ 8410. for Separator
th1 Matlu Dk. Price I cndito. HI Mr. Morskl in needs DISHWASHER-Colored. No Sundayor DRI-URE I H. D Ross.GMC1947. I
) Overlooking lake .lt O'Har-Wor 11. shopping center city IlIU. Trucks -1838 2 door sedsn. New I
I IDd ba&l.Realter4308.. .ep.r.t IntraIC". '. better residential 109 E. Pin*. developing. ... or for night .ork. B.17'. Pharmacy I| eek cars : : ., Preheating Tanks
I Good
.15.51. C..e..ull. I Oo ror. Court and by hour, day or : I .ld seat covr. U. Prf.e& ,.tan pick-up. Can'be S
8OZANNAH SECTION- 11.s liberal terms. Buy CLOSE I-I. Station. Income buUde. O.bl 19 Rutland Pn. rates. We everything 8595. R. 8. seen at 316 W. Colonial Drive or Pasteurizer
LAKE Uful lots. lol Be I direct OWler. Dial 423$. Private 10. by live wire. Ilde.. Orlando.AMAZINOBUulness. FOUNTAIN GIRL-Experienced only ,, driver. 1.fur.l.. Ora"a Av*. I Ave. Phone 4771. I Phon 430: j Can Filler
1100. Oe I _
..1. Rob
as tow ( Hlntoa Realtor. X opportunity forman Apply at our new air conditionedstore 3-4064. I I '-1934 coupe. New engine OMC-1941; i. ton. 850. H. "O. Can Cooler
itli.Richard H. I.nr Jlt INCOME ?ROl'ZRTT-Aboul 2 blol inson.CITRUS and wile who dent mind' In College Park. Albert Drug radio and rubber. See at 305 Prltts, corner Belgrad and Virginia .
O'D";_2-1. from North Orani* Avenu Elt \ working hard. Grocery business for Stores. Edtenater Drive at Princeton j jLABORATORY 73. Auto Service i Court or phone 2-0879- Labelling Machine
between lid*. A very spacious S-bedroem sal for only (5.500. Owner I Comparatively Dr.OMC Hand Boxer
CONWAY clam 1946
JiKt 'IECNICN-Pe- 1943 2-ton flat ]
.scON- on 15-foot tot. excellent for guest PACKING HOUSE-13 cart gross Income a week and manent. AUTO-BRAKE JOBS and a"an. .It steel body. .
lake mileage. Mew
> Pa" 19 St.rlDr I low spar* winch and pole Sell Elevator to Refuse Bin
sous*. $13.500. good J.mala day capacity. Located la the (3.500 cash furnished. Box 1.0.
read; take all 1350. I.A tr. per I show proof M..t and I.UDdr al.nm.n. 1-day service. I '. Inc. 143 N. Garland dial 80000. Ford 1939 (
teal tstate. 108 8. and Carl Realtor. Central. heart of the citrus belt Completely down. Guernsey and Green. Inc.. B-ta. I yen wait. ,. 1 engine flat 1..ton e..I Conveyor to Refuse Bin
body. (
Cun. 48 00. Louis E.
Cane. 951$. quipped modern machinery. Including E.. Central Av*.. ph. experiencefor Pranse Sons. 1010 W. I I I'I ,I I Refuse Bin
FRONT LOTS 1 l'erlaba hlihway. wit.boxes. Office buildingwIth I Realor.. 2 MATRON with dietician I 1946 Super DeLux 4-door O'11 1 Rutland Bldg.
Unusual City : ORLANDO AVE. H.-l0' company oPr.t.d er.terla. i sedan. 81895. Will trade or iI i QMC '41 12-ton '!
Contenjenees Excellentbusiness 9 offIces Included. Priced balo.actu.ll.nator. .. AUTOMOBILE SERVICE I'I' spu semi-truck; excel-
trlcted. Nydeiier Co. M8 E. 2-Mdrom' bun.lo. Attractive For details see Louis 50-ROOM HOT- Four 4-room 5-day week paid enced mechanics; prompt ; I R. 8. Evans Central l.n&Will trade. Ben Rout

Colonial Dr.: dial 8O65._ or turt'. at... S. Doiiv. ; 27 W. Washington aparmeDt.1' for stores. 2 ware Incrratri. Desirable hour. Apply at I cood stork parts accessories I Phone 4321. I 1. 119-A. Shebl. Phone I The above itemi constitute 8 com-
Bell F.
atucz.-EesuU1uI bnOdlnc Broker. 349 N. Orlando Winter. 8413. downtown EDPl01men Office tires. D. Varner, Inc., 234 W. 1946 club coupe convertible.Very Winter Pak 22313. I plete plant with the exception ef
PAM; lake new and isle fronts. At.tractive Park. 81$. A. \ ,, block la .ubu.nt.l south Florida Te.. Co. bt.e.D 9 and 5. I teal; 2313.AGNMET. low mileage, beautiful black I boiler and can closer. Capacity

prices. Car T.le. Devleper. BLOSSOM TRAIL On I j""owa Built of 10,0. Offered through rr. Free Jim Curable Cars. 904 N. HOUSE TRAILER-New. 3 room. I 300 Field boxes d ily.
Or.I": ORNOI Unit completely NURE. Institutional work experi by expert 2-521. completely furnished Electric
3 I. the Trail. OPPORTNrU1 Revenue from store In mental and nervous dls- rep.l. I
NTERZaTED IN AN totcrest boSIIDEInreatment trI'k *. 2 collates already Iu. ,1 DiD ating for 11.0. and 'Dre anics. A oDe-top service at -1941 coupe. Excellent mechanical brakes Cash or t.r. 420 8. Or I I.n. WRITE BOX 424 S-STAR
this 1461.
: f.ralhed .pateD& rentals For Writ P. O. Box : .
with rapid Increas 10. Service 300 N. condition. A clean car. Jim Av*
I all. 8. well .. .a'l Or'DI I IHOUS
rle. 110. l.ted Der other good & properties see I meet .
valuer Ask at Whlsperlnc Brees Realtor. 33 : Excellent SALESLADY with ability t Cars 904 N. Oranie. %
ton. ; Good 28 E. Wash BODY AND repairing I -452. ,
Pn. 4,00 Wm. O. Rcocher
a tot thee lrn.. '01. tU.. On Apopka For-, STORE BUILDINO AND SI.-I I term ington. Broke .to-Wesr.public and sell fin.,. 16 Ldle.-Rcdl I I painting. ZsUm"e gladly I 1936 coach Excellent conI I TAIE Lat 1 s iiL i iT025i.
rest S completely furnished SImpsn' Satisfaction D. ,
for 8200. Half UD& I I dltlon. Radio h..te. By IndividuaL I
1. Handy Orlando. Winter,Park.lOlLDINO S.Apt.-Bt EI4rd. Harris. Pin C..t. I I boulevard location near StetI THIS GOD GOING filling stationIn I I BALLDY-Kno.ici.- typing 234 W. Central Av*. Phone I !I.t_ 390 N. Orance._ I turn right leI:1: .
your I son. All modern cO..DI.nce.Urn. net last I House Palm Tr.ller
home j
lae.tol .I .o. BRAKE REPAIRS-W* 1940 rebuilt _
motor iood
LTI.c STORE block :
.It now Db. BUIIGN. e.n Full dent room for S addltlolal ulU long. 1,00. t SpleieL" I Box 450 8-81 sr. your auto needs: also tires ,I tires: new seat covers. Must I HOUSE TRAILER. Glider: I.

Country Cul section. Lt. .tUCtol.. Cor.Call lo.ton.. with 1 835.000-owner w carry .ubtAtl I Realty R.ltr. and OIL Dixie SIP A Phone 2-1334.: 206 .en sleeps 4; E.I.n' .U-f. ; Standard Motors

all .1... Cole reesonsbly.school. Cash> aDd ort.r. Henry 12.63.. Broker 1 8mlt. N.I; moruace.Oentlemans. estate Includes colonial 706 Metcalf Bldg. 2.321.i I STNORAPHEK. experienced. Op South at Boone TERRAPLANE-1937.Hl clean I 1810_ ).,_ ,. .ndltal Wilt. 113'j

store.. Priced 335 N. M.ID; 7359. t 21090.STORE. home 40 acres all 2-acre GREATER ORLANDO'S most popular advancement. Ar CAR WASHING and p1aln. In and out. runs very See HOUSE TRARER-25' Liberty
Bros conditioned office. Call In lo.
Jan I. Improf. i
oat fernery. 8 rrove.i trill and drlve-tn. Due to otherbusiness pointment. For prolP' yon'll buy 8345 I 13x25 addition New Offer* these
MST BELL Viral" R.lab' let BIYILDING.-Practlcally new. !, I..e throughout property.acr. Sal include enterprise; owner must raise I Irash I or phone Alpk. 3853. pr.onnelf.n.le. I service call B & J Bnlc. and Bargain R, cor. butane gas. elcul.Un. rprrlltr..
ft Foods .
road. 103 B i t ti All equipment has corner Boone and : and Amelia. 2-1023. o.r'l real home
Ol.ne saddishorse. offer
About 8% net return on I..t cows hoes Im.dlatl. Fla.I ,lonlble
Call 111.BER le.L Da to Iner..I. 1.... ,i farm equipment. D 823.000.Boulevard been the mO' modern. has I I mmout. CONVERTIBLE TOPSHe.d I 1937 4-door .". Excellent fired. 2509 8. I.. Ph. 2-1C88. r. QUALITYAUTOMOBILES
BUY NOW'iOf that futur shew 10% net return after first I Oueil Horn and fully electrical appliances | Door panels. mechanically, original. HOUSE TRAILER-llta Glider. 21*.

Near Pne.ta'lhot'JO. of Ja.11.0. terms. W. B. Nichol eUIPDe Tea Room, D.a U.I.r- been completely remodeled Located within j jth II! STENORAPHEYounr woman to I ers. West Auto Tri Shop 641. good rubber (no rcsps fn'I'I Butane I a*. .lePI 4. beautiful

125 corner$150.HO$ .. l. la aaltr, I.. M.I; 3-1(19. .It en Highway 17. Income Central* last Florida's four months.busiest In-on established 40 hr. week.hand.BorneI Old- I Ington. C.I 512. || clean Inside new clutch "o.ort. .. 8-pl tires.

Ms4 Near Kaley U.lantol 12.0. Offered at 13,00. II Only those hlbw. In a I I Wilson .fr. ,| LUBRICATION i I I I end. motor very good f'-'OO. John Verge Trailer City
: $1.200. &hol land. 2 trecton. ph.. 2-J83. Winter Garden.HOT8E .
and 8 Evans
house : Truck
and Bargain
TOURIST New p.ckllr the thorough scientific I i I
Leren-O deal a appl, I Deed I |
100x125: 11. DDI. B CUTuat... Die completely furnished horn clh 0 SECREAYBOKEEER Every "nook and cranny" ef Garland and Amrlia.. '
3cr. a N. ; 2.1269. Plld.I. b.drol cash quickly and offer this weU. and I Ipermanent. .45'1 I I 4J PLYMOUTH 3-door sedan
will take second 185 fL on Main hiihway. 1..50. business at a re.ln.ble" e.Prl.aee. car or truck is touched. Smooth -197 4 door sedan
rwO PINE ADJOININO Lt.115 mortgage with reasonable terms. See Supply bu.IDel. .t.bllbe. want a good moneymaking I f ning mechanical parts assured i 100 miltCompletely I TRAILER BARGAIN '
On Smit. off N. Or.nt.. 8 Vee Van Hoten with Clyde lent bu.lne. purchase price of 815.- I establishment hurry) Help South. Orance.Atlantic V.p Co.. 2802N. i I!, Safe n.pD.'. prolongs th.1 radio hn"\ etc Will sell trade A 1942 model light house. 23'. per 41 FORD 2-door sedan

each.-. AIM* for 2 $lots 111...* 13 8. M.II: 34775.WIN'IIH 0 Incude.tok and fixture LowLine met Help yourself! Photo Orlando place p.rt and make driving I fn.nre. R. S. Evans. 400 N. Or manent bed. gtudlo conch coleman
1 .tnl. Mil 2-8333 for appointment.BUILDERS I STENOGRAPHER b* expert-1 I.nr.d. safe a pl..Uf. 1. Great I la* range, sink with running water, '41 CHEVROLET Club Coupe
i k.-i separately I I II Ave. Ul.
Iwt PARE-Reps's Realty. US.. W. 1.dlUa rspld. accurate, possess Initiative cnn Stores. .; dial 4 clothes clots 3 drawer
your opportunity 192 OrD' I chests
$500 or b By ewaer. I DeLand.DRIVEIN. OPPORTUNITY New and able assume responslbll-i I -Late 1946 Ambavtador .d..I I snd numerous storage lockers '
to eod Investment.A RADIATOR Bleep
135. I ; subdivision. FHA approved for 150 Itles. SVi-day week,. Permanent rest- : REPAINGA 6400 m-p. A.l condition 4 comfortably Price Is |200 below 41 PLYMOUTH 2-door sedan
well build- RESTAUN Go cars. I Sunset Terrace. Eau Gallic.O.D"'j
log lo.tC. conlrct.d* with popular priced homes. Can financethe dent only. Ph. 2-59 for appoint I per ComDle. for.lk present day prices for this type
Country Property far Sate 'I' apartments .b.h-I.. room for expansion. B miles north of Orlando on Mats right party. C. W. W'lt.r. R& ment. | CaU C. T. cor.Radiator I -1947 practically new club I Dlvls'ionV Going for $1,100. "" *. '41 PONTIAC Club Coupe
I al" State ..Ae would Highway 441 at Snwr..etol of Bear tor 673 N. Orange; Ille. WAITRESS-For night work. Must : W. Cpntrl: 5933. I couP Ambassador, fully equipped.J JI '

trade for good areve Por full particulars Lake Road. Prla Erlic'. b* permanent Star Lunch, 114 N. I 2-2ff8. '40 CHRYSLER Windsor 4-
..SCuttle Williams. Realtor, Drive In. en premises aftr 61. Bank Loans-Services I I Orange Blossom Trail. 73-1. Auto Parts -1938 S passenger Opera coupe.Original I

tin $SPRINGS 2 W. W..hlt. 0U Pbo. 8108. 8pm. WAITRESS Experienced.; Howard I I finish good mph.nlcal HOUSE TRAILERS Oolng Nerth door sedan.

2413 FRONT END REPAIR good rbbr. UI. R. S. Last sale of season. 'S
Johnson's Restaurant. North PARTS Bargain buy
5-room houses la pacxsci .
ID INSTALLMENT LOANS rest yon I. Truck cor. on wen
WELL property. Orange Avenue. available for any equipped new end uned trailT"
for 4200. LAT rlo.4 AND POULTRY MARKET at First Rational Bank. Compare I ai. I and Amelia. 2-1023. Take 37S N. Orange Ave. Pnon J-WOl
Oood buy C. A. your pick
Song. *
house -$ rooms: ,larf Joe T A.IJ .S4 rlo.d. '. Will 8750. Established trade. Rent. 820 these cost When the loan I for I I WOMAN Wit.some knowledge of 'IL. Prn. -1937 sedan new ... Wingrt, 3330 S.your Orange own
$.250. -or
floors $ to
live in.
; rurslng. car. 881.
8 34
build warehouse. Lease. Louis E. Oabel. loDthl : terms if yon like. RPr ( 100. you let ( 93 Payments IJ G I shiny finish very good mechan Slossoin Trail.
Jpaelons home; : :50 I I salary to rliht party 470 8. .
let 139 Payments
.1.I. Realty Church and Main 8 150. you I ,
Owner. Rutland Building. Ph. 71. practically new rubber. KIT KAMPER1
terms. G 1947 all aluminum
1 16 67
I 200. you let WOMEN 18 to 45 years of Autos-TraDer .
8383. lW6Pa1ment at only 345. R. B. Evans
ne.p .
Sorturi Of trailers.
11 at eur Altamont get 35.00 I Ideal for trsvellnt.! hunt-
( you I wanted for. cafeteria position No
Uansier. Can WincLNeiI.iteu1tor. 30. 'DP.menU .23.'S., Bariain cor. Garland and Inc and
: TWO Th fishing trip
Equipped with
HOle B.en set I
you Eau BUCK
AATMT BUI0818 .0. 33.4 expeniencs necessary ta stsrt. I rerrlserstor
ter FILLING STATION and living quarters. get Might bu and many extrsi Hsve
.rnd. I 6' Uniforms
ua. you learn. week.
Lr. to Sli-day
.; 111 Z. Robinson $ 0. Investments Doing good business. ForpartIculars 81000. .6.1 930-Payments 8334',I furnished Ideal workIng conditions ', or POIU.C Stiver Pontiac 1940 4-or sedan. four left at bargain price ef 8495
; dial 2-U .town. Better than 1J* net. Rpr call Mr. Smith with Above ,ou.e payments 12 months. Excellent lhape; "er clean R. 8 Evans 101 w. Central. USED CAREXCHANGE
I W.
Apply Tramor Cafeteria
Realty. Church and Main Henry Burch. Broker. 1 '. Main ., .mont 13 months are .male. I| CADILLACS. Chevrolets or 11095. R. 8. .. 6 MOTORCYCLES....Brand new Royal
C.nt.l : : Central Ave.; phone 4231.
2-10. Plra.Icud. life In.urDr. Prices secondary to c InfIeld 1947 models. 125 CC. 100
COUNTRY JOJ bedrooms. !ea 57. Real Estate Exchanged GROCERY-MEAT MK- New of dnl. T. First I YOUNG LDy-.ner.1. office clerl- Wykyiyl Motor. '0 N. Mills l936sedan. Look miles on cal! ess. Fully equipped, 39
bus. 4 Klllaa for chik.. 1, fixtures. Good le. K cash. N.Uona Bank at .t floor. .uPnllr. and of. h.ndllelerc.l net and rum lit new An ideal fam left at t125 off regular price, Special

308 tarden.N. Main$3.850.; 732$. wt Ho.ard 5jILL4-MARKS-Corner tot. 100-ft To responsible Ealul.with I Attractive salary e- FRANK -REED really knows ear. 1495. R S. Evans, 400 N. Or- 5225. terms R. 8. Evan. 101 W (Sam location for 12 yean)

off MUl. 107-ft off Marks. Pl. Mr... Potter with 877 Her.a. Ood1a. IP IT'S BOUGHT on time, we finance : day week; call 24832. get the high dola for I| '* *T>. 4771. Central Ave.
CONWAY SECTION- -room hous trade for equal Ilne Broken. Orange; I '
11.0. : U. Th First National Bankat or equity Cash minute -42 Station wagon PANEL TRUCK.International. 1938.
Completely. fUDlh.4 114 bt -mo.m house; furnished erunulh.d I GROCERY BUSIESTI.m. lrI Orlando. OOOD STENOGRAPHER with someknowledge : live 'em away? Give a recently overhauled Perfect I Will trade for a rood Jeep, Phone OFFERS THESE BARGAINS
Oaraee S of bookkeeplm Apply I. tr.
Must In
.& Pl. &r I b good &I eery and 201 N Blossom or Rogers 2.1177. 1026
bl.IDel. 10 t tI' I Or.n. ; trd. Oro." W. Robinson,
rich Phone Park K7-W. Trust Th T.U _ _
lll o.n.r.381. Wlte above en hiih Dpatmpn& n. N.UoD .
COUNTRY PROPERTY "Sine I Ua..your .D.re.t way corner north of .pleDd' Av*. 62. Loans Up to $300 Bank OLJN U-DRIVE-I. INC.- I II TRAILER-'Furnihed. (250 Can be '
for station Perfect seen at 1813 41 CHRYSLER Club Coupe
I wagon. South Bumby.
1918.M Ask Asher Peter. Be Will do business rnt R.aon.bl. rt.
prob I I' Diamond loans- I 't
ably knows.. 57.1. Beach 1-1.. 15.000.0 AUTO. Pmltur. 65. Help Wanted Male week New tires. One owner TRAILERS FOR RENT
Cor. Central -
Property Any slse.
an I II thl .r. Pl. 'ol. "ulpm.n& Company, J. F i 900. 242 N. Or.n. 2-4814 i| 3100 Firewater Dr. place Live any '43 STUDEBAKER Sedanctte
EAST .mLJuM 3 mile from Orlando. estat 11.10 0. C.I Manaier. Build- to your self In a deco.
New attractw 2 bedroom BEC LT.lhl few blocks et Moore. R.ltor.2-838: E. Pine. Jlrrr.. 100. M.tc.1 AWNING HANGER Experienced. USED CARS WANTED-Central I 1935 4-door .sedan new cool shad plare Wlngert. 3330 8. '
naeonry buncalow. Line Beach. Priced Meat market Apply in person. Orlando Awning : ida Motors, cor. Garland I IfelD. I glIstening blue finish very good Orange Blossom Trail.
a.n"prh sr. ORERY-STB. QUICK CASH LOANS 1 See P. A nice running auto "
from 200. desired. Also Frltur. A Window Shad Corp, 2008 N. 1 Haian. ph.
central ell TRAILERS
Aeat. New
I T.r. netting and used. 947 '
autm.tl at.Uo.L. ovrhnd. and auto loans. only R. S. Evans 41 FORD Special Deluxe Sedan
ocean front lota. Writs Telephone or Dot Orange Ave. 145.
heater and weekly nl.hl. 2-307. Tel American. (2215 complete
I New
.r larl. .orkom MUe profl& Loan Co. 501 d .
I &
Bee-L. B. Bonchelle. Broker. 112 le. Fond. cor. 19-ft.
1 acts rd. Terms Johnnie's to do eoklnr. cleaning j i I I SPOT CASH PAID for your Premier 1495. Accessories. '
.roun. Orc.r. Ta" Bank Bid W. Calll 41 DESOTO
Prompt _.Io. real $ Sam Av*,, New Smyrna Beach PhoneU. Neighborhood Phone 2-1661.- R I all c. CUPLB.. work. Sa Telephone Bee J. C. McKcllar. -Your m.l. 2-1023. Coleman and Preway stove parts. CO.M
$7.900. J.In Realtors. 13$ NOrsnse I GROCERY AN ROME home- located- 3-1598.I. I Dealer," 342 N. Orange Av*. I 1940. Tudor sedsn. awnings dollies tens, bottled gas '
4147. COCOA BEACH.-(north-south). 80- and CASH LOANS-Quickly mad on furniture 5147. Nice endlUnl (895. Colonial trunks etc Anknev Trailer Bales. 39 CHEVROLET 2 Door Sedan
about 4 mile* from Orlando lo cubs and diamond Orlando's DRIVER W ANTEnI those who I I Colonial Dr. S.
BOME AND aROVB$ acres of TuT ft. lots idea for Bummer cottaie business house furnished. with Orlando STANDARD INC. I 139 Blossom Trail and U. 8 '
R.d own Horn Co 314 .r 'horU.h7 famia MOTOR 17-92. 41 DODGE COUPE
bearing irote. Oo 5-room fur- Investment (250 up. C. B. Davis.Realtor. go to work. You can buy prop Metcalf Bldg. Dial Fn.nc. Apply t, good clean uld .r and I -1942. Clipper; beautiful
.I.h.e home. $ Mr. Nunei 104 E. J.U.rlD 2-1849. erty and home for 12000. Mr. Horn ell. City C.I Co. I I th* rlsht price for them. 375 4-door sedan: (1,000. Will trade for IN RESPONSE to Government '39 BUICK Special 2-Door Sedan

.lb uma. O.t "Broken EAST CAT-.. sun prh'' rash. Let o. show you 'bl W. I LUBRICATION MAN-Steady employment Av*. Phone 2-101. I coupe. Telephone 2-6561. to join In patriotic campaigning
A' N. Orante 3 .. CASH LOANS-For most any personal I I.l. 1 to lower prices,
015. It Price. Real Estate. See ) at Acceptance for a qualified man. There's WE BUY USED 1942 2-door sedan so as to avoid a fu '33 PLYMOUTH Sedan
LAKE PRONT-Her* I your dreameottste. puss Near coastal highway. ERiTOREand Meat Market or Corporation bu.lne. purp. Orlando- always a future at Firestone Orange ,i .n model-any CAM-AIJ year-any special deluxe glistening grey fin. tune recession all bouts traders new
88 ft. 84100. Phone 20331. Orlando. perfect and used, reduced 10% effertlve 1m-
frontal on sand -Also gas oil pumps. Living quarter with home office at 480) N. Orange and Concord. I Olins Used Cars 143 N. mechanically new tires '41 FORD Coupe.
lake, with Bun- '1 give away at 995. R. 8 dlstrly.. Frank Reed Trailer Sales.
Itt Reason forselling Phone 2-4347 or
Avenue. Phone Sam Service MAN to ele.nlne with
with t l.nJ frnlshe. 'Ul. .0Ucu dry 2.41.D. 201 N Orsnte Blossom
rooms and and Bargain Lot Trail
all Real Estate WantedBUNOALOW cor.
electric kitchen. Is act bat: IoU Sa just out. of.Ovledo..I. on. .Itb Lat.d at offices In Cooa. Winter Haven own ear or trek. Phone .515. VARNER INC. wants to bu and Amelia 2-1023. '42 STUDEBAKER Cham pi on 2-
Ro.dI and St. Cloud. or and will P. I Iprie. "
bearinc of 33 tree. NIGHT WATCHMAN-Hours 4 p .lt
iro Don't slse. Call 2761. 1935 120 4-door sedanT Sedan
I Immediately. D. Varner
LTOSA. I O"leo P. .
opportunity at $8.750. to 1 a m Apply person. m'l
tl Priced wsltlns. new Interior A perfect
t Mn POpt Bales and buy for
Oranee, P. :Shnmway a-3212. Realtor; 140 N. Wilbur Strekl..d Brke 23 W. GROCERY AND MARKET Close in.Exrellent N Bumby st.HRJr.du.t.. Btudpb.ke. Ave Phone R. S. Evan Truck and Bar- LOANS LOANS LOANS '34 PLYMOUTH 4-Door Sedan
Church; Posi cor. Garland and .
181. fixtures. .tl. LOANS OF ALL KINDS r.lltrd. DONT LOSE MONEY W L& Amel. '
MONROE across 42 CHEVROLET dub Coup
from .a. DUPLEX_ or S rooms each! Close must sell at ton oPa appln- full for
O.ne your
ford). 300 Reehl .Iu. *
ft. of at ca.
perfect frol'a. to grocery aDd bus Hampton valu rash required M. Ho1d'J 1942 2-door sedan .
on north side of Lak .t. 1.0. Furniture Loam Blnil Slina- House Sanitarium, ..305.PLUNBERExPrl.need. hesitate see us now OID' BORROW BY PHONE! '42 FORD Club Coup
.. Len-
Mono Broken 531 5013. balance en Call Ray Special DeLuxe fln-
turf Auto 342 N. Ave. Sp.rkln. grey
Johns River. 10 acres .f laDd...1.nUI.Dt List I BOB with Joe O. Myers. Realtor. 663$. Salary Lan. etc. Lan.." .. only. Ray Or.n. good rblr. new Inside CALL US-THEN STOP '
for.t tree* ORV-HOMDBtI I Plant 42 OLDSMOBILE Sedan
St. tst (99f .
r.d! Strict ,. R. a
est and most,. Positively picturesque oas water of the front Broker Chenault *.Jennings aggressive, Inc. I I DAS STATION-South Orani Blossom Method. Pr..e, Tel.SIIPlfl.d. Ubrl Lan Winter Garden. Office phone 95, resident 904 clean North used Orange ear*. Jim Avenu Curable .! .. 400 wih. OrengeAve. Ph. 4771. IN THE SAME HOUR FOR '
phone 309. 42 CHEVROLET 2-Door Sedan
properties la Central Florida! 872 N. Orange Av*. Phone '23.. Tail Grease rack and equip Ctntiuou Cr lL L.n. t 252.OE -1939 sedsn. Price THE CASH $90 to $300
15. Inventory and Only REAL ESTATE SALESMAN salary 900. loo West Llvlniiton
terms. Asher Realtor HOUSE WANTED-W* have m.n&L.. .n 10. CASH 5 Avenue
Pte. C.Q prOp .
and 8 and comml.lol 1 RUt.Dd I )t P. Fuin. An priced to sell quickly
& can
2-78e. If fo moea for can Allen Call Joe with Veterans' Real Estate Family Finance Bervtc Inc., 32 W.Central. Bldl"l er mo.L I -1937. 4 doorjjgoeS Yes! Get cash quickly en your Stint-
LAKE rRONT hau. Motors. 501 Av .
-Blc I *
Jur .aa .
Lk Aieney. 39 S. Court; 3-4481. PropertyManaiement Phon 9837. SERVICE .
STATION fair tires tare Auto
sand bal.. 3 bedroom Build I 8812.Jobnln."Specialising m Homea.1 OraDIe Department.OARAOIKquipmenLstock. Whit*. Experienced. Good pay-; I '17'. I Colonial after Pl..ta p in. owner 2107 or rumltur Can today) 535 W. Washington Bt. Phone 22382'FLOOR

la Mal ek ire cottages... 4 for Income. of P.r steady lob. Reer.c.. rqul.d. Box i BADLY. D HEE of older 1946 and I
acr. .k. 452 cars.
palm citrus and .3 HOUSES WANTED-Ws hv prospects and going bu.I.. Poor m. MONEY FOR EMERGENCIES I 8t.r. :
from Orlando. .ll frn'. .. 1.. for 2. 3 and 4-bdroora chanic. Lesse. Low rent. Owner takes just a short time to SAMN to sell steam house W.d.onh. 815 N. Orange -1(3( ronpe Radio good GFC LOAN COMPANY

-tmrrtck. Realtor; $10 1. Orange; dial homes In good locations. Cai W. B.NlcholGa must ssrrlflr Will eel at In.ntor cash h.r. Florida Credit. 21 W. .hlii. Apply 2918 North Orange phole 151.I I motor, good rubber. J.
34. Realtor ( 1 X. er (7500 Wilbur Strickland. Bro Pine let stairway cast of Grand particulars.YOUNO ANY MAKE 1946 or '47 car 33 E. Robinson. 1:6. R 71 East Robinson phone 8791
23 W. Church: pay up to (5.000 for the .
kr 117. _
acres of fin .solt MAN Married. With some I
IVBtIN-2" I New ear urgently needed
Milk cow and aaddl LADIES LINGERIE gloves blouses 4 OUT OP 8 wfce ask for a loan her grove experience who 1* able to I
'Sma! d.ellnl.. E'eetriclty. Bos. LISTINGS WANTED-W* have the kindred lines. Win .leas* department -lt on.. Personal Finance Co.. 34 operate grove machinery. Will furnish Used Cars 101 Main '40.i 1939 New
100.Her.n to responsible party. Box 446 8. Room 2. Phone GET TOP CASH PRICE for "dor.
Goodwin l. Bokr. buyers If you have th prp. Robert .. Wolf. I-Ut. houl. milch cow garden and i 1 paint: seat covers ... $695
Mir. pay $ regardless of make or '
Or.n. 015. Call A. T. Carter. 9516; S-ta. per month to start. Chance 8. Evans W. Central Ave
and Carters SlaIn and_Central. MANUFACTURING BUSINESS. ..Es- for adnnr.men&Carrigan A Boland. t Ca Exchange, 219 W. 4231. 6 *
SUURBNr. a"pl. LISTINOSWARTIDOrove. ef any IDu.n.a. only one 01 its kind ,mC.n'rl 63. Mortgage Loans Inc. Oran. A..Carrlgaa Phone 221.SUC8
prh l.cn -1935, 2-door sedan
ur.a phon
: chicken under (9,000. C. on man can handle.Fries 2-51. .o
Aa. 1.1. aDdfl. size, homes B Fonda. rubber needs fender work.
1,5. cash balance $25 pr Davis, 104. X. Jefferson. J I on IO. See Mark with FINANCIAL BACKER WA after 6pm. 1 L.SAMPLE
Mr. Nune 1649 Louis 0..1. a..lo. 143 N. Main; Party building four .1.n hou.. 66. Sales Help THE FIRST TIME
I.It Prlh.4 I.O. 105. Want
Good proposition. -1936 4 sed.nT'wglistening
ADDrxlm.t.l dor
.lb N Orante OwD.. Broker; : LISTINGS WANTED-Home.. .r""MACHINE 2-114. SHOP-Complete. Including (8000 needed Box 4SS S-a. MEN-Interested sales work. Good Yes. getting to lne.for blue good rubber I ; .
15. rentals. Let us help you yourproperty. 20 In. Mecabbe Leigh: portable startIng ..I.r. Apply Mr. Gilbert from R. 8. .. '. mfh.nlc.IIJ. Priced at this THISAD SALE

SUBURB AN-N Ire ..rOI hens fur. H.I Broa. Agency 113 N. I D. C. Lincoln ..Ide heavy duty Fit A.- I-tr low-rat Govern U. 5. EmplomP' S..lc.. 22 E. I D.le" takes only ene trip t.u. for quick sale. 135. R 5.I i

.le.includIng electric gas ranie. Oranie. 11. I I dill press: 6 motors: shaftIng .. mortgage loam for PIne not later than Thurs. Persoaallty : 8. yourself fure I I .' and Bargain & !
Nlc lawn .
.D luml. ; LISTINGS WANTED-Client* waiting. : 4 In. eyebeam: Iron several sixes: building buying or refinancing. Call an asset Several out of by r t us today.Drivs and Airella,2-1023.
and 100 nl.bl
.hbbr. paved road. E. P. Realtor L town with i CHAMPION -
350 el.yn 3 many ethe Items. Tape Frey 1104 or see Joe G. M'.n. 'R.lor. 29 W.Washlniton expenses
.at $3750. $1250 larden cash land.Banala and I Pine St.. Ihon. 1151. 13th Cloud. Fla. on HIghway St. REAL ESTATE SALESMANOoei In to any of our 8 privately owner: radio and heater; FOR OUR DAILY SPECIALS 10% TO 25%

ii..In. Mr. Stone with M. D. WE HAVE BUYERS ..nU. arevea. 193. at TncI'St.Uoa and Lunch opportunity for ambitious m..Interested locations or phone 5298. (800. Apply 1 E. Gore.

Realtor. :l E. Church. 4787. B.Ue. business .rolnl. .. ForImmediate AllusonRealtor. Room. I HOME LOAN_W* want to help 0 la future j. R Ho..rd 1941 Champion 2-
P. .
TURKEY LAKE SECTION..80 acre Washington.DON'T PACKAGE STORE and restaurant, i i, buy a horn or build a new ene. 7325. door sedan Exceptionally clean 47 CROSLEY Sedan. Priced DISCOUNT
37 W. fine bosln- BOO."Speak I We will 904
10 cleared. partly furnished doing 810 give you prompt service Office SALESMAN to solicit awnings and Jim Cumble Car*
hous. Lane .r.. wash hous LIST your property with m* to SpIPI.I" Whitney Spiegel hours 9 to 2 during week; 9 t Venetian blinds. Apply Florida 75. Used Cars for Oranie. 2-4521. well under list. $895.'

equipped with tol. E. wishIng. machine. unless TOU want t .n Henry Realty .. *. ,o Metcalf 12 Saturday First Federal S.ml Awning Co.. 432 S. Hushey St. 1947 Regal

Burch. Broker 8. M.I 2-10. Bldg. 2-3269. _ _ I and Loan of AUTO AUCTION Every .DLx,
chicken 1 A.lolato Or1Ddo
Lane haa. and brooderhouse'Tractor 5 SALESMAN for white Commander club ON THESE ITEMS.
E. Pine .
St.. WAN lf. sells. Prices are 41 BTJlCK Roadmaster Se
al4 'rck P.$7000. FOR CURTOUS. h.lpf .nl I I PARTNERSHIP ,WANTED- an active insurance 1. Holly-Robson's Motor Auction seat covers .hln. low mll
Jan 235 N. and well established Am I to.0. Apply Al to sell.
81. .ulcke tl. a tJ bu'l.e. 503 Metcalf I S. Orange Blossom Trail Ple.d wt 'rd. dan. Radio, heater and
hard of .
of of
SUBURBAN About 8 mile from property An4.noa 38 years aie. not LAS en all tp. property: long 8. Evans N. Orani
the day
town en white aand btt. lake Broker. 375 N.-Orange: $ I work .qualified by experienced executive rate: Immediate b7.!__Employment Agencies i I I. Phone 4771. white side-walls. Very nice JUST A FEW OF tAG
sale? Aguest ability. Offer highest character service. Harlow O. 118 BUICK- 196or sedan _
frontal a P.dnck re-
wit*15-fo' ,4 feet deep. !. home : nmr, house? I II I and financial: reference.. Writ Box N. Orsng Av*. Phone 111.I BROWNS EPYMEN AOENCT I IDa finish, Ur .. I moor. I.137. I'Dlc.tor.. new $1195.

Modern -. furnished 'Furnished or ""fuml.d home List 451 8Sta. I And RPI.t". you want I UII. R 8 Evam .. covers good radio and

an electric kitchen. 125. can buy I U today. Joe 29 ; RAIOAD PROPFRTT. A..l. and I work come to w. Central. I'0 lia. .& Garland and I .. extra cl..n. Need ta sell '41 CHEVROLET
Town Se-
Dial 8881 8838. 'I want help call 6326. 210:3.BUICK .
adjoining land. J.m.. W. W..hlnltn. or RR Oo buy. Wl and See at Johnny Westbrook's
'0 E. C.D'ra Phone Catr.R..ltn. 4 I I 1.... ) I Rutland I I MORTGAGE LOANS. COLLINS KMPLOYMENT SERVICEand 1939 8pcalor : S.ton Washington and dan. Fully equipped. $1095. SINKS AND CABINETS

Caf. 9518. FOR nUn ATNOI and Bldi_ + _ Hun. r.tt. Stenotrephers. AU aee.slrl. Exc.l.n .
3<1 ACRES (Near Lake Conwey. .. Iro.nJ with I RETAIL LUMB YARD. For sale Residential er Commercial .roprU. t'Plt.. ; dome.U ical eO'dltln. OID" Inc I 546072 Inch
Good tmcktaif land. Citrus trees. Martle Williams. 3k W. Mill Ilal'. Sale or lease Saw II Low rates of Interest h.lp.!.._Cal.21._I w. B\ Oal..d. dtl 2-34. 40 PONTIAC 2-Door Sedan.
Chlcktm. stock and comfortable 7- Washiaiton. Phone 8108. I mill. Sale or Tile Rof Manu I I cun.ov service. PARKER BUSINESS SERVICEoT.. BUICK 1940 4-door sedan. :, CAR VALUES. New
room home furnished Price- 1. I I f.ctun. Vahn.r. For sle. Louts flee> sales, professional, tradesmen Inal paint; nr clean car. maroon finish. A
Realty. 393 N. Bldg. Mantle. Winiams-RartU Agency. 3J E. R. 8. leans Central Vdoorsedan.
COlrDe J WANTED TO BUY-10-20 acres effirstclass O.bl RUUDd Or I 2 Pine: 2-11. : 1941 President good buy at $595.
I I | W. Washington Phone 8995.I .
241. bearing irov 01.loS & 1101 BUCK-I4 e-door sedan. i
I 169.
detail la first I"e.H. SERVICE STATION-Doing good;. { Work Wanted-Female nr clean car 8995. ATTIC FANS
I!6. Business Property for Sal Realtor. BId. 873 N. Oraniedlal24351. I t"U.b. commercial business. Evans 10 Central: 433 1. I 1941 2 door .r.a 40 STUDEBAKER Champion

APARTMENT JOUS.. lt5. Walk- SELLERS._ i for increase._tire Ph.service.6688 Mr.Opportunity Fason. !i REA EAT LOANS Low cost! i I I ACCOUNTS-'. Also PAYABL"DI\ Burou.b p"rol ..n'I I I BUICK dan.-Radio 1940, heater Roadmaster, new Jr I I 81095.I 2-Door Sedan. A good 36 42----48 Inch

ins G .I.hlrho. Realtor E. PhO.Ca1Nuh.I SERVICE- ? M-Hl 441. I or refinance home Inn Machine EIPrlae Perma- tiful black finlshWeek'end .: I slc- 1942 New Yorker Wor running car. $595.
& 61.I t
Mr I .h and bUDua property. The Trust I nent. Box 447 I Town 8.n 1295.
13.0. "nU.r. M sid W.I equipped, large shop Department i 8Sa. _ (995. R. 8. Evans. 400 N.
Main. I
B"rl Jrbr. 210.iiiTNETHOUSKIN stack and All stock of First J.Uona Bank I'COMPANION....Settled Ave. .
FREE APPRAISALS your bom 10 P.r I I Orlanoo. second CrlU.a lady; 41.I I "
1.- 4 W* will *lv* you aa estimate free ".n equipment goes 12 & fr. t capable driver ef- 37 PLYMOUTH 4-Door Se
4 Mr. Mowrey with King I ficient, _an.Deumbr.d. BUICK-1941 sdanette. 1940 DeLuxe
desires an.
easrse the current market .
room pent hous* apt lnul.le. well cabs ef your. IroPn N. oOHsatton. -I Estate. 3 E. Curl 8435. "Open WANT TO BORROW 83500 for one I or horn manacer Mrs. w. cop.nlon A. Hunter. I I tar. Original I paint Central 795. 2-0 le I dan. Ready to roll. $393. HOME FREEZERS

flh.d. modern. and j Ph 7(11. Mathewi Panda. year. From individual. Secured by 323 E Ave Lake W.I. Pla. j lid. Motors. Jefferson and 'I

lYnl. Center J best ,eUaa J. Daniel Kolsr, Broker.MALl.NOMZ .tU I a l.nha. money mortisie. Can Tlma i ph 2-24:4__ im 2-o .r .D '35 DODOE Coupe. New paint
Priced yield 17 0.1'1 411 2-1. ORDUATIte..tad In I CHEVROLET 1940 New (795. 6 and 12 feet
I $ Northern i position p.lnL
Br .d.., .nt. I .r.cpU.np doctorer I special deluxe, .
FV'KfIIL'KE' good tires. $395.
bunr old ID..ten daily !eN RAN and realty firm Office experience.
BLOCK New"trowlni good mechanically.
STORE For only 1936 Ambassador 6"
BUrLDINO-- homes and doing good busleees. INTEREST RATES AS LOW AS 4" i Telephone 8870. I ah 4orl.
nelihborhood. Must MIL "u.1. 318S> W. f.r.. 81.000 takes everything Tredewith ea Improved properties In Orlando ; R. S. Evans Trek and .375.
1.0.roD price. Trade fG late .od- Itr. i Swald. Louis Oeeslin. Realtor. and Wlte Park. No brokerage.I j NURSE.-Practical, year of experience cor. Garland and Amelia Mary more similar barjslnilR.
and Mr. NURSERY good nursery 143 K. Bettea Elderly people er 1941 club
easy CHRYSLER 1939
I Company U W. con 4-door R.do.
&rl Ma.161 In..tm.n COlp.
land not ever 8 Bile from Orlaade. case. Phone 7910.FRACflCAN whit
Box Good clean ear. 8595. R. 8. dd..a.
&2 30. II Boa 453 8-Star. I &Phone 8913. ASSOCIATED STORES
R5g..ColoredHavereferences W. Central
CENTRAL AVE. W. (near>-Duplex. I 6 Ave.: 4231.
2 .tr each S CVTOMERSWAITINO for homes SUBDIVISION for builder 114 N. T.rr S&Lara CADILLAC 1941 2-door sedan Hew
or InvesU 1939.60"
aad MIl .n.....Also and! Income properties. List Jounto.1 ment. Beatu located subdivision. I-c t Help Wanted-Female Simmons. Plt.o body, tint class paint and seat coven. 81095. S. EVANS 143 North Orange Ave.

located en lot3reom unfui- LkwO A.lat 6 W. 74 ce."r.abol SALESLADY Experienced desires tOD and heater .
I 1937
P. 60"
ltf apartment .tabl. for own I Reiien p"21' _ country Ir. .. AVON PRODUCTS INC. has profit', : full or par time .ork. Urgent.I 34673.CHRYSLER ".tdG. Good
i "
J.r fur. QUIC-.0-l. Good home I.t. lo residential needs .bl open territories In Orlando, I What have au? Box 454 8SI. I 1943 New 'r''pratoa 101 W. Central Ave Dial 5294 Phone 5300
urUini .
825.000.< [ Unfurnished. -i In city limits good .. I
Ir. B J Ilprnme.I. .urrndln. to.n. Write 1m.l.dl.tel. SREARY-'IPrl.d. KDo.1 door adl". Fully equipped for H. D. Ross at Snick
D.. 10. L S613. Realtor. I Ak OrDI
1-1. Jef.Ra< Met C.I CI.balh I' I. OabL Oc.. 19 ",I N.om Da (18I >I bokk"pl! I del sad with excellent tires o. 530 N. Orange y. 5410
Building. ( I
a al Ph 33. I I Brd".7. Fa. permanent employment. 2-4301. '. ..*. 60 W, Central; J


Page 16 COrlan1k I1trntug mth1tl! I I I Wednesday, May 28, 1947 1 I Disease Studied I Youth Council's Plans Progress I Gerstenkorn

I Lt. LavenderI Hearing in Cleric's ByOrlandoGirlFatal Speak Before
Benson Springs Fraud Case ContinuedOn Progress In arrangements for a I[co-ordinator had been hired and
county-wide Summer recreation that local programs were being
Plant Named Now on DutyIn a demand for a bill of Particulars to HerMiss program was reported by RussellF. !I set up in a number of communi- CBMC Meet'
[ties. among them Winter Park
.. tsl I Justice of the Peace E. : Robert A. Haley Orlando ; Hennls. president at the Orange I Winter Garden and Apopka.An The Rev. O. H. Gerstenkorn,
For TurnerGeorge Canal Zone G. Duckworth yesterday granted student at the University of ;I County Youth Council's explanation of 4-11 Club chaplain at Florida State Sanatorium -
N continuance of a hearing on an t(Tennessee, who died Monday at l monthly luncheon here yesterday work In rural sections of the will address the ChrtetM
E. Turner, veteran of I Lt. Emory C. Lavender of St. embezzlement I charge growing out !Knoxville was victim of a rare 1 I at the Chamber of Commerce county was given by Fred Baetx- Business Men's Committee at Ju

22 years with the Florida Power Petersburg, former Orlando High lof[ $87571 collected for the New I|blood disease which she was planning Bldg. man. agricultural agent, and luncheon meeting today at 12:15
;, He said that a county recreation p.m. Chm. Don Mott said jesterflay. -
Corporation and the Florida Pub- I School football and track team I I Jerusalem Church of God. to study as part of her bacteriology I Miss Elizabeth Dickenson home .
member, has been assigned to I Lester Harris appeared as attorney I course it was revealed demonstration agent who said
lice Service Company was honored [ I j In addition to reporting on hIs
defendant, the Rev. ,yesterday. where she was an honor student, there are 14 clubs with more
1 in for the I
when the board of 'duty with the Army Forces than 400 boys and girls enrolled. new work among tuberculosis patients
yesterday 1 the Panama Canal Zone as assistant ;i Arthur L. Smith. The charge was The 20 year-old student died physical education leader, vice- at the Sanatorium. Rev.
directors of the utility renamedthe I adjutant Headquarters Sixth I brought by the Rev. R. B. Hem- of lupus arythema despite blood president of the Varsity Club, The speakers were Introduced by Gerstenkorn will conduct a brief
Benson Spring generating station z Fighter Wing. ;Ingway. transfusions given her by fellow member of the National Honor Miss Janette Roux program chair 'Bible study. '
at Enterprise, the "George Lavender left OHS In 1942 when students at the university during I,Society, Glee Club. Girls Bowling I man. James Harrell representingthe I The regular weekly CBMC business -
E. Turner Plant. I his family moved to St. Peters- $48 BEER PARTY a 23-day illne*!*. She had League. Drill Team, Junior So- Optimist Club was introducedas and prayer meeting will beheld
"This honor was occasioned by I burg. He also was a member of I ATLANTA [UP] It cost two 22 typed her own blood during her rosis and assistant sports editorof a new member. Probation Officer Thursday at 7:30 p.m. In the
Mr. Turners retirement from active the ROTC and Scout Troop 24 year old youths. M. A. Hill and studies. Tigando school yearbook. I Harry F. Edwards was at':CBMC Bible and Book Store at
service from the Florida Power while attending school here. He William' Anderson $1 a bottle I Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. U. Funeral services will be held today I guest. 132 St. Mott said.
Corporation. His retirement I'apiece yesterday for drinking beer I Haley 1015 W. New HampshireAve. at Rose Mortuary, Knoxville 1
became effective May 26. corn-I on a church lawn during Sunday ., Miss Haley vac a 1944 graduate I Term., and interment" in Gross- I Nevada has only seven golf I Luther Burbank grew more than
Turner, who resides at 1702 c-= the air night services. Total cost. $48.' of Orlando High SChool ville, Term. courses. 400 kinds of cherries on one tree.
North Shore Ter. Orlando has I -----
been active in Masonic circles
locally and Statewide for many I
years and has been a member of honored for service.
numerous civic clubs in Orlando. YOWELL-DREW-IVEY'S ORLANDO t
In 1925 Turner moved to Or-
lando and was in charge of construction Orlandoans Attend 12 WEDNESDAY MORNING SPECIAL!
of the generating station lI

at Enterprise. At present the West Point Reunions Summer Weight
plant Is being enlarged to provide J. :
additional service tp the expanding } ;
Map. Robert L. Williams. Orlando Jf CRINKLE BEDSPREADS
area. attorney and city commissioner f"11 .
In St. Petersburg fellow em- leaves tomorrow for West
ployes from throughout the State Point to attend the 32nd anniversary Regularly $3.49
honored him with a special par- reunion of his classmates: ', .. .t.
ty and Turner received an attrac- in the famed "Class of 1915" next :. } !
tively bound copy of the resolu- Sunday. Special $2.99
tion naming the plant after him. Brig. Gen. William M. Fas- tt
sett, retired also of Orlando, has
Young Demos To Elect already left for West Point ,to Wilton made them colorfast. easy to launderIns
attend the reunion of his classof Ironing!] and in the colors so right for \
New Officers TomorrowAnnual 1' 1897. Surprising ralues await you I ,- summer-rose, blue, gold ., Double bed
election of officers of' Among the men who graduatedwith Wednesdays 9:30: to 12:30: In Ivey't half-dory specials sizes.. scalloped edges.BedapresdsIvey's .
the Young Democratic Club of Orange the 1915 class: are Gen. "Ike" -
County will be held tomorrowat Eisenhower, chief of staff: Gen. May thru September Start the Wednesday morning habit. Fourth Floor "
8 pm. at the Angebilt Hotel Omar N. Bradley, Veterans' Administration -
Clem Brossier.president announced head; Lt. Gen. William ., -a
yesterday., E. R. Covell, who supervised .
The group will also consider the construction of the new Burma .
latest developments In proposals Road "over the hump"; MaJ Gens.L. WEDNESDAY MORNING SPECIAL! !
to consolidate certain county offices 8. Hobbs and J. A. Van Fleet '- WEDNESDAY MORNING'SPECIAL! WEDNESDAY MORNING SPECIAL!
according to Brassier who whose converging armies from the
said that both Robert J. Pleus and north and south, respectively, Men's
James G. Horrell would be presentfor pinched off the German salientIn t AuthenticCALIFORNIA
this discussion. the Battle of the Bulge NOVELTY JEWELRY
White Cotton Shorts I, PRINTS

. Regularly $2 and $3 .
Regularly 75c. t Regularly $.,JO yd.

i arst a gp'wk"vfrrM Special $1.00 1 plus tax t

j 3 Pairs $1.00 1 \ t Special $1.75 yard

Repeat performance wide variety of .
NA "yh costume jewelry] at special closeout prtces... Splendid opportunity to stock up on -his t N'
r P1 earrings: bracelets neck- '. favorite shorts white oxford cloth tie Colorfast In Shantung and Jersey weave.. .
laces Come In and replenish your col- sides and gripper fasteners. sizes 32, 34, t I 40 inches wide In bright, gay colored designson
a S # lection. 36 All sales final no returns. white background for summer wear. \i

lewe1ry-Ivey'1 Street Floor Men's Furnishing -Ivey'i Street Floor Fabrics-Key's Street Floor

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i w.'g \ Large Group of .. Men t Large Roomy, Semi-Barrel

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$5.00 Regularly $2.95 Regularly $75.00.

i Now $1.98 plus I tax .I Special $1.00 1 tt Special $49.50 .

/'/ V Complete size range luckily for 'tu'11 4
Select your new summer handbag from this want several of these dishrag knit T shirts Manufactured by Tomlinson and completely
group so greatly reduced WhIte washable In fancy stripes on ecru and white back- upholstered In colorful Waverly prints .
plastics or colorful novelty rayons top ground for each one of the fellas in your t. there are only a few of these chairs left, so

'' handles or underarm. family. no phone orders please.FurnitureIvey's.

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,y y x y. ? .k, a A Group of .I Sturdy 16ribUMBRELLAS 380 Yards NaturalTHEATRICAL ,
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,.R'x nY Sek Formerly $3.50 I Formerly $6.25 and 17.s0 4I Regularly 79c59c

Now $1.00 Special $4.25 '
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(' I Stretch JOur summer wardrobe with several Rush! Rush! Just barely time to buy protection Summer windows look fresh and cool In crisp
II of these easy-to-care-for blouses] Short from the rainy season r Solid colors, 100% pure linen theatrical gauze. Natural.
II or long sleeves, 1n rayon : Broken sizes plaids or stripes in Gloria, cotton or fine 4
46" wide.
.* "aR 32 to 38. rayon.

Tk I Neckweu-Ive7' street Floor NoUons-Ivey' Street Floor 4 t Curtains and Draperies-Ivey'i Fifth Floor

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b't t Women' High Quality I. NUMDAH RUGS


Formrly'S4.o0 10 15.50 I Adaptable Numdah rugs of soft angora goats'

1 hair In unique designs and colors decorative
I Special $1.00 I.
,: Now $2.95 and useful.
Ivey's proudly offers your favorite S
Summer-Cooler in Sacony- .1.
Ciella-J I Carry this petite hairbrush in your handbag 101)14x6 ft. formerly $'1.49<< $3.95
ersey wonderfully Ideal with pla.clothes their fabric composition I to be assured of perfect grooming [approximate size]
tailored _
waist-whittling with blends with your favorite cotton .
pre-war elasticized built-in belt.. limited supply In red, white, and navy wherever you go. stiff nylon bristles [IS] 3 T 4 fU formerly 14.50 $2,9S
and best of all still at the pre- All sales final no returns. assorted pastel ..hades.eoameticaInJ'. I [approximate size]

war price In copper, melon, Wome '. Footw.ar-YeJ". Sheet Floor 11 Street Floor Rugs-Ivey'f Fifth Floor I ,

yellow-sizes 10 to 20. ,



Dresses t Boys' $3.00 Wool Boys' Large Size
TuhAirCondtuit STATIONERY Swim TrunksSturdy $1.50 1 I II
J.. WASH ; I
Regularly 59c & $1.00 .I wool swim trunks by Mc
Gregor with cotton web belts .
O4eoThe Ideal for young campers. Sizes 12 to 1/2 PRICE

3 for $1.00 1 20 Tan only Solve summer washing problems by

Boy? $3 to $3.50 purchasing several suits at these .,
Lostex Swim Trunks $1 1 .75 special prices SizeS 7 and 8 only.
Your choice of either single or folded sheets .I
color range of blue, white or ivory Colorful lastex swim trunks for the S 12 formerly 13.38. Now $1.99'] ;
These attractive boxes of nice quality stationery wcll-dressed young man at the beach
.make welcomed gifts. Also notes In Green, maize, and blue Sizes o 14 formerly $:.91. Now $1.49|
blue and Ivory at same price.StationeryIvey's .I .12 to 20.
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