Orlando morning sentinel
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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
Orlando Sunday sentinel=star
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: March 9, 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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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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Opposition MountsU.S.Move $3 Million Tax -SlashIn

On German Rule Wage Hike For

In To Aid

Sought by U.S. Auto Workers40Hour State Recommended

Marshall Stresses' Britain in GreeceWASHINGTON Week Will ..

'Importance'" of Pact [UP] Rep. Brown (R-O.] demanded Also Be Requested let's Hope It's Not a Silent PartnershipI Economy Urged

BERLIN [UP] Secretary yesterday that President Truman turn the Greek crisis DETROIT [AP] The

of State Marshall dis- over to the United Nations and abandon what he called a CIO United Auto Workers

closed, yesterday that the policy of "mysterious, buildups." announced yesterday that it //i/iy % Governor'sCommittee

United States will strive to The demand came as Mr. Truman was preparing to will ask a guaranteed 40- / By

obtain a four-power 40-year 4 ask Congress for authority next hour week and 'a 23 1-2-cent /.:ri'A' I % +aorr.V

treaty to control the demilitarization week to prop up the tottering hourly wage increase for an esti- / 9 iii 0 6 o U 1 /% I SA ocD

and industrial revival of Ger- Sugar Ration Greek government with arms and mated 225,000 employes of Gen- 'o o o o e et

many at the Big Four foreign ministers moneyperhaps eral Motors Corp.

council, opening tomorrowin For Another $200 million as ,- "The weekly wage proposal of c >? BL OOM at I

Moscow. a bastion against the union contemplates that whenan Levy Collection

Marshall's announcement' Indicated Communism.Declaring. employe is called in to workin
Year is Machinery RappedTALLAHASSEE
he was following: closelythe Urged that any one week he shall be guar- j ao / ,

pattern of U. S. foreign 'policy Americans wantno anteed 40 hours pay for that [UP] The
laid down. by Former Secretary [ ] part of im- week," a union statement said. Governor's Tax Committee

James P. Byrnes and outlined in other year of rationing and perialistic d e- The present contract between

Byrnes speech last Summer" at price ceilings on sugar was signs Brown GM and the UAW-CIO permits FbR t / yesterday recommended -

Stuttgart. recommended by the Senate added: either party to request negotia- : that $3 million in present

Marshall said he considered Banking Committee yesterday 0 They will not tions on "economic issues" as ear- '' /iiii State taxes be loppei from

completion of a 40-year Ger- support even Brownan ly as March 19. Issues not relatedto the books and suggested bluntly
on a 10 to 3 vote. The com-
man treaty among Britain, emergency step In that di- wages are not negotionable for that "expansion of State services
mittee proposed that the Depart-
France, Russia and the U. S_ rection.: another year. be kept in line with revenues from
ment of Agriculture take over the .
as proposed by Byrnes, as "of Brown who exerts considerable The union did not indicate when present tax sources."
job from OPA. .
the highest Importance." Four Republicans and six Dem- influence among House Republicans its new demands will be presentedto The 15-member citizensin

He declined to elaborate regarding ocrats on the Senate Banking Asserted that the Greek situation i the corporation.The ii iilyL1 its first report said Uul I

U. S. policy on Germany Committee voted to extend sugar "presents a clear opportunityfor proposals were formulatedat .. taxable source in Flori.istapped .
the United Nations to func- a two-day conference of UWA- ,p
saying he believed it was not "ad-. controls until March 31, 1948. to its fullest exte1stha
tion as an organization." CIO leaders from General Motors
Three Republicans voted "no. "economy in Govarmust
Red Bars Probe And "if there ever was a time plants throughout the nation here be
order clay"Creation
Committee witnesses have pre- of the
for forthrightness," he added, "the this week.
BUDAPEST [AP] Russian Lt.-
dicted that retail sugar prices e' small Slate
Gen. V. P. Sviridov today [Sunday time is now when we are un- Delegates! also approved demands a Tax
vetoed U. S. and British might jump to Commission to keep ever abreastof
] a doubtedly faced by what will be a for an employer-financed 4 /
suggestion that a committee of 30 or 40 centsa tax problems and conscjlda
Allied and Hungarian officials succession of .crises in foreign af- social: security plan an old age
pound confl fairs. tlon of an State conservation
Investigate Hungarian politicians retirement program and a wage
accused of plotting against the trols were allowed services: also was strongly nom-:
Other voices including that of equalization fund all part of i
republic explaining such procedure to expire. the International Union's mended. >
Sen. Pepper. [D.-Fla.], have .
"would constitute Retail prices yri/
Interference In the affair of the from suggested that the UN take over I The tax Inquiry group appointed

Hungarian Republic and the legal now range the Greek problem. The UAW-CIO also will ask a / ( Nov. 29. 1945. by Oov :aid-
eight to nine '
rights of"*the Hungarian pe0ple's cents. President Truman will discussGreece I revised vacation pay schedule, t7 well differed plainly from thsGovernor's
court providing from 24 hours pay an- : 4' e / hint
Acting Chm. with a bi-partisan group views which at
nually for employes with six
of Congressional leaders tomor- taxes for the proposed
FlandersRVtl new State's
visable or proper" for him at this
months to to
He is expected to tell them I one year seniority double schools
row. of
[ told support health ,
time to amplify statements made reporters 144 hours pay for those with over /uj
:before his departure from WashIngton that Flanders bluntly that the present Greek eight years' seniority. JLcQ welfare and building.

of Anderson government must be strengthenedat "Sufficient revenues are presently -
where he said it appearedextremely Secretary Agriculture Present vacation allowances are
committee that once to keep Communism at being obtained from existing
.I doubtful whether the had told the sup- based on a percentage of annual

big four could complete action on plies win be large enough to assure bay.Tomorrow earnings, ranging from two to 4'-a! sources with which to adequatelycarry

the German treaty during the that housewives can buy the, full night, after the per cent, according to on and maintain the normal
'Moscow. meeting 35 pounds per ration book this I White House conference, Senate The also instructed I functions of State Government .

Marshall plans to fly to Moscow year-10 more pounds per person Republicans will meet in special their negotiators delegates to that Taft DempsStalling' Five Lose Lives unless material increases are made ,
secret session to hear a report on propose Says Move Proposed
today. than last year-if controls were General Motors participate In the ia present appropriations. J&e re- 1
the Greek situation from Chairman As Jewish Attack. '"*
Meantime the_Germans hope' extended. "establi hment' of an industry- per!said. .

I4'-- the Moscow conference will faU Flanders also noted that under Vandenberg IR-Mich.l of wide labor-management committee t; They pointed out that current

--and mot of them are convinced the extension bill the Secretary- the Committee Senate who Foreign with Chairman Relations achieving to study.a ways guaranteed and means annual of : LawsWASHINGTON British QuartersJERUSALEM To End S frikesWASHINGTON receipts In the unallocated general -

it will. Agriculture must remove the controls Taft IR.-Ohiol of the Senate Re- wage In the automobile industry." [API A BritISh fund total $41 million with
i If finds soldier and four Jewish extremists
he that domestic and
seem to feel they will UP AP The expenditures only about $23 mU-
They publican Policy Committee will [ ] [ ]
world were killed and at least 20 other
I supplies of will
have more to gain if the Allies this at anytime sugar the permit next be among the Congressmen at the Britain Opposes ,. Chairman Taft [R-O.] of the persons were wounded yesterdayas Senate Labor' Committee lion.
,continue to bicker and quarrel I violence flared wide front
: on a
conference.The .
over Germany's future; that a 12 months. American Plans Senate Republican Policy inside the tightly-cordoned military ended its public hearings on The committee's recommendations -
"We crisis was brought to a ] law Tel overall will result In a re.
are working against zone of Aviv. labor yesterdaywith
four-power agreement at Moscow a Committee last night accused measures
deadline on this" Flanders said head by Britain's decision that To Keep IslandsLAKE The terrorists attacked British (Continued
would represent a second Allied because wartime she cannot afford to give Greece Senate Democrats of military headquarters in Citrus testimony from FiorelloH. on Page CoL II)
rationing author-
Victory over Germany. financial and SUCCESS. N. Y. (UP] deliberately trying to'stall legisla- House and the Sarona military LaGuardia that Federal powerto
They still hate and fear the ity will expire at the end of this military aid her Great Britain is objecting to Amer- camp in the all-Jewish Coastal seize struck plants should be The WeatherORLANDO

Russians and the" don't want the i month unless extended. government most have to keep ican plans to keep a preferred tion.He City and staged a simultaneous renewed.
them notice that he
going.As commercial on assault the Police Station at
Republican leaders position in Japanesemandated on AND V1CTMTTIDecreasing
Western Allies to get along withthe Congressional islands in the Pacific would hold the Senate in session Jaffa, a few miles to the south. LaGuardia also proposed that .
cloudiness colder today
I the -
have it
Soviet. the sugar control bill sees it was learned last night._ "every day and night" If neces- Tel Aviv! under the heavy thumbof Congress try to get all big labor and
the of observers said the issue is Westvs. tonight; tomorrow fab.
near top their legislative Authoritative sources said Great sary to push the GOP legislative military rule since the bloody organizations to merge' in one
MOSCOW (UP] A reception i work list.Nazi East, with Communism ready Britain will carry its objectionsto before Irgun Zval Leumi attacks last "American Congress of Labor" continued cold.LAKELAND .
through Congress
devoid of customary Soviet ceremony and willing to take over if Demo- the United Nations Security weekend, experienced a night of
Council on Wednesday. adjourns. terror as homemade bombs and having authority to control strikes. [AP] Clearing and
Underground cracy falls the test.
yesterday greeted The council Is debating a Unit- Taft apparently was nettled by road mines exploded and attackers The Senate committee after colder weather today and tonight

Foreign Secretary Bevln. first Members Arrested But some sources doubted the ed States request for a UN trusteeship recent criticism from within his, exchanged machinegun and six weeks of hearings will spend with frost In the northern districts
foreign minister to arrive for the administration would wish-in over the 623 islands which mortar fire with British guardsmen. -
VIENNA Austria (UP] Aus- own party that the GOP Is failing -! the next two or of peninsular Florida Monday
Big Four deliberations which view of the delicate peace negotiations Japan held under a League of r-
trian police with the aid of AmerIcan Nations mandate. : In Its legislative program. I three weeks writ- morning was predicted last nightby
said he would make starting in Moscowtostate
Bevin hoped counter-intelligence agents, Under the American plan. Unit- (The Associated Press reported I Joan Crawford Ing a bill to be the Federal-State frost warning
4 a peace which would "let the have arrested 57 members of a the issue that plainly in any ed States Nationals could receive that friends said Taft and Sen. sent to the floor. service.

whole world live in security." Nazi underground gang includinga public and official policy utter- favored commercial treatment in Vandenberg [R-Mich.l were tak-I, May Wed Attorney a The House Labor Slowly rising temperatures were
former SS general in the United ance. the Islands. All other UN mem-
ing definite to offset the impression HOLLYWOOD (UP Film Act- forecast for with frost
States zone of Western Austria, It bers would'be treated alike. steps -- W Committee is to Monday no
Miss Truman ForcedTo No matter how cautiously the Joan Crawford admitted yesterday -
was announced yesterday. they are splitting apart in. ress end its hearings danger Tuesday morning

Cancel Radio Debut Interior- The Austrian announced Ministry that the of the arrests issue.administration Congressional approaches debate the is Telephone Company the leadership. of Senate Republicans I Greg Bautzer a romance may with blossom Attorney into- = next week. I I *

DETROIT [API A "severe" cold smashed the undergroundgang Ukely to be frank and tougfhunless To Be InvestigatedTALLAHASSEE 1Sen. her fourth marriage. which F The House Cracker Jim Sez:
"while it was still Bnshfield (R-S. D.] told Their stormy romance, Committee yes-
a germ"Although
forced Margaret Truman to forejlllllllUO the official announce- House and Senate leaders [AP The the Senate Friday that Republican seemed ended a few months ago terday was asked Took them long-handled under-
her scheduled radio debut as Railroad Commission yesterday Congressional leaders was revived after some "misunder-, ware of mine off the tether day
: are
ment said 57 persons were arrested [Continued on Page 2, Col. 2] Hinshaw
Li by
announced hearing will be held the
a in
but confused and have failed ineverything standings. and the film star confirmed an washed em an hug em
a professional singer tonight it was reported reliably In
unofficial in Orlando on March 19 to investigate that things are "serious. LaGuardia [R-Calif) and closet. Figgered I
promised to the
shell try again. quarters that .
at least 70
The first formal appearance of had been captured. Briton Says U. S. the facilities and serviceof voters. representatives of six engineers' I would nt need em

the Presidents daughter as a Should the Farmer's Telephone Com- Britain Sends Protest to relieve professional' no more this
Keep Secrets pany of Winter Park. Taft said the Democrats appar- societies year but I shore

coloratura White House soprano doctor was orders postponedat for Boy Admits AttemptTo LONDON [API Bertrand Russell. The formal notice of the hear-. ently are bent on delaying Senate Note to Soviet Officials men from any compulsion to Joina was wrong in my
ing said "conflicting interests have proceedings. He cited the long delay Introduceda
the widely-known British philoso- union. Hinshaw has calculatin cause ;
one week. Her debut was reschedUled Wreck Train API A m e r1 lean 1-
in the
pher and matematician said last developed concerning the right to passing legislative them snappy cold %
March 16. for this
for Sunday bill purpose.
GENEVA. HI. UP] A 13-year- night that the United States operate the service and named budget ceiling, saying there was sources said yesterday a Brit- of winds is back for '- -
old boy confessed yesterday that should keep its atom bomb secrets I Southern Bell Telephone and Tele- "more debate than usual" from ish note similar to the American LaGuardia. former Mayor a few days an its s

Transportation In he had piled scrap Iron on the for the time being because their graph Company. Mr. and Mrs. Democratic members and inter- protest charging Russian interfer- New York told tne Senate Com- coin to blow mity
Chicago and Northwestern Railroad publication "would only acceleratean Douglass Burnett of Winter Park preted this as an effort to stall ence in Hungarian political affairs mittee that new labor legislationis coolish for more
England Still Blocked tracks in the path of the: atomic armaments race" and the Winter Park Telephone the Republican program. The had been delivered to Soviet and needed but he advised against i than jest a short spell Hits loin
speeding luxury passenger stream-' The adoption of the United Company as Interested parties. Democrats denied It. I Hungarian officials. ] I to come come rain with the way
LONDON [AP] Rail transportation liner City of Portland because he States proposal for an interna- Taft then admitted the Republican Neither note however has ap- "'hUt)" action. He proposed a 1 I that moon is a shinin thru that

still was badly blockedIn "just wanted to wreck train.." tional atomic development author- Ship Breaks in Half : policy: committee yesterday peared in the Hungarian Insistence press that despite the I man "study commission Including I haze at nites.

Wales and the Midlands yes- Robert Suns, whose father took ity. Russell said in a British I DEAL. England [UP] The former discussed the rent control United American States note be made pub-]I Congressmen labor leaders I *
him to the sheriff when he learned radio address, t '
terday as new snow and night Broadcasting Co. I American Liberty ship Harry issue but reached no decl- and industrialists. TOOrTtOCS
what the boy had done told policehe "would be insane advance towards I lic. .
freezes Britain.At an Percy sailing its first voyage under Sion, ea74."a .c5 Tea. : .slr' 33 ten
continued in put angle Irons and other piecesof sanity" and would avoid ta least 25 Welsh coal mineswere I the Greek flag. grounded on He said however most Repub- 1 C..ca T.4.,: Hiah' 4J s.n. .04
heavy metal on the tracks "the constant menace of atomic 'Goodwin Sands off Deal and VOLUNTEER WORKERS CONGRATULATED 10 03 9 m. U). 3 20 ... act 3 3S p m
completely out of action because Thursday. Pearl Harbors." I Severalof licans agreed "better protection"must ...*.,..n a.eH TI_ Bub t'34 .III-
the miners were snowboundIn cracked in half yesterday. be assured for landlords, and B49M II m: Low 3.1$ ... *a4 3 31 fm.Svw .
their villages, and another 34 the 34-man crew were injuredas added that they would meet again I Phcww Rte.f I 12 fM JX..
; they Jumped in panic from the Campaign Nearing LOCAL TE ..r..Tu.r.
pits were inaccessible by rail. FLORIDA INDUSTRIES 'IMPERILED'Farmers doomed vessel but all were saved. tomorrow. night*to weigh the is- Red R.cord: 4 kr O > >.thrr Bvnn .l
sue. I Manlclp AUSortMaalaaw

Tonight's Movies Drew Pearson says Taft slip- of Goal Here : .... 7M 8' Minia.a 1..... NtJ IT
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... Have Power To Save Truman To SpeakWASHINGTON ping at helm of GOP. See Page 61. Half-Way
t::15.BEACRAM.:50. "':30.Th JoUon 814)17. 1:40.: [UP] The Dem- 3 :;:- ::::=?:: f 1 :::: ... ._.05i
S.ROxl: "The .Iolaoa 8tor7 1:40. 4.15 ocratic National Committee said I Reports on the first week's results in the 1947 Orange i ca. __, ei i i Ma. ._ 92S

9.30.CAMEO "Can"t Help Blnalna." 2.0S. Water Resources Official Says last night that Pres. Truman will Closed Shop OpposedSANTA County Red Cross Fund Campaign show that total receipts I 7 :.:: :::::=: :: ; p.4 p.a.-, .-.= e1 a9S
4"05. a oo. Tst -so. i "deliver an important message in I FE. N. M. 1AP1 A pro- the half-way mark towards the goal .... u / s ..... u_. 59
1If.Y.-1L. Sun..r.2.00, 400. amendment are already nearing 9 __ 81 I 9 I'I
so person to the American people"at posed Constitutional am. P" u
GR.Ao'l.t.4\. for Mtrde,'." 1:00. "Faced with the desperate possibility of losing their I a Jefferson Day dinner here which would ban the closed shop of $54.800, Chrm. Don Evans stated last night. : I* :::: --::=: :: I: Sa.pa. 54Roe. 57
2.M.400. '.'n.?*.-'t oe 10iColorado Serenade greatest asset Florida's farmers through the soil conservation April 5. The broadcast time will hi New Mexico passed the State I "A nartial report of all divisions shows that $20,621has _______ a9 I Midnight--_--_-._ .1

945 RIALTO: -The Bit fII"D.- 2'1S. 110'30. districts already have within their power the meansof I be announced later.Charter Senate yesterday. 15 to 9. been raised thus far. Evans<'

3:30: ne on.4s ExaUBa WH&- 1:00 4.15.VOGUE active water control" A. H. Reppard president of the declared."Complete report should mined. He asked that every citizen Teapravu.ta IAJl weather Et5Ewwgegwasgisoros B.mtm n-
: -n.. Thrtn o* BraiU" STO of Soil Conservation 1947 <@aa'Ch< 1947 be reached 'eapent1lA lr UM 24 bears tAd-
T:10: 10 50 -n.. S..rd 1na Wmd. 3:30. Florida! Assn. District Supervisors, 5 ; Increase the total substantially" of Orange County lag port e .....
saw nere yesterday, i i ... if possible by March 15. I>t._ HI 1. I .t tf.ii Ml L*
BABY ? NDo.t Lna- :3 20. 8'18. 1w. "'- "'" '" SJ He warned that this was no time "We have high expectations that AibvrlUc 40 30 L a.-n. 41 26A'anU
.t 00: "GI" yMeea. 200. 4.M>. 7_40 With the State's multi-million control and soil conservation 44 34 Mrapb 44 39AUmv
1(30( 9to11 1213140 volunteer workers to let down
Service for the job will be done and the goal City 34 29 M1415 4* 34BtnUuhiiB
DR IYE mIn.Unt and tourist Industries f which Involve millions'of
la Hollywood dollar agricultural
43 37 Mian; M 9Bocton
APOPKA "Crmtnai and that they must redouble their reached during the tint two weeksof
Court. dollars in natural 18 ZOEJU 41 Tl Mian Si P1 J* 24
CLERMONT: -N7 by fast-drop- resources.In 1617 19
Dartt. imperiled
DZLAJiD: "Raaor. .Clem..t1fte.-' efforts if the goal Is to be reached the campaign Evans said. 8<&If.3J" : M.t>U* 4-7 4O
9 addition to the endangering
'T.bat..s: Snoann.- tadn Kd. Cat DRE1tA. Claw: ping water table. Reppard said in the first two weeks of the "However, if this is not possible Cbattan.'aa 44 33 1 Mrawoowrr 45 .42Chtuo
Murder M7aery- of agricultural interests. Reppard 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 34 24 i! New Oricuu 4t 41Ctncieaatt
ausns: -Cndercurmt. "the soil conservation districts law pointed out that loss of Florida drive. Also he called on the pub- the work will be continued for the 3. M New York 37 23Clmiao4
3* 21 Kortolk 37 33
\tENirt000db"-- of 1937 places the responsibilityfor inland and underground water 031 lic to have their contributions full month"Evans OKBM :M Philadelphia 34 2*
LAKE &.,' saving water and soil resourcesdirectly Wwe20 Blu. i ready and to make them as gener- congratulated all division >Denser 47 21 Phoenix &t. 42
Ede- threat to scenic tour-
was a itany
113SiR {Detratt 31 *2 I Pnubanb 34 22
LESSBURO: would chairmen and volunteers for their
Row'PAIX' the farmers themselves ous as their circumstances '
CourAve. of Lassie upon ist attractions."We I Port Worth M 2V' MebonBtf W: 2*
SANFORD- Manuenr8T : B.a.eebe.- GRIFFIN 1947 April 1947 :, allow. I, outstanding work during the first 08\9_.a >2 34 8L Loate 31 2.
CLOUDGBlUlM B.... and once thought we had too I workers to make week of the campaign stating "U Jx-Lum'tn M M Baa Aateai M MK
WINTER HAVENThe R._. Farmers citrus growers much water in Florida-that our s- r 1V. .+.f on. F.. Set Evans urged *....> City 41. 211. 8 rraacuc n 4SKrr
Edet" :t' full their next this is kept it seems certain -I wnt 79 Au....1.. If.S
LAKELAND POLE: Tl,, KAZOT> cattlemen in 36 Florida counties rid of It ;&wnq.L reports on progress I pace up
problem to get
Edl*"; PALACE -Crimla.1 was I. of the I win goal by Kaozril 44 32 SU)* n 41
-Th Cnt.o*."; LwULET aki lii? already have organized districts I 2 3 CJ 8 week so that the status we reach our Unto Hock 43 34 I T.m" II..
donnd! -Tl. KiUm.- voluntarily co-operate in water [Continued on Page 2, CoL 8] drive could be definitely deter- March 15. loa AMtia M 4> Ylclutar 4t, UI

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iPae!: Z trftr &tmfcat !t fl t".?(ttttr Orlando, Florida, March 9,J 1947ii Pharoah Nectanebes

.. ,.... $$3 Million State Water Control
J.JII. "',, '="":t: < Temple Ruins Found
r _
jHouse CAIRO LAP Ruins of temple
Group To Aid
Proposal of Pharoah Nectanebes.: who ruled
Tax Trim UrgedContinued Egypt between 300 and 400 B.C. Power ToldContinued

(Waives Ship i have been found at the ancient
Egyptian capital of Tanis. officials
Greece Assailed .4. [ from Page 1] said yesterday. [ from Page 11
=Safety Rules Nectanebes reigned in the Goth
\ .. duction in State revenues of approximately dynasty just before the time of through drainage." Reppard said.

WASHINGTON [API The House (Continued from Page 1] $3 million," the revision Alexander the Great. Dr. Etienne "But: now we know that drainage

Merchant Marine Committee yes- come away from the White House committee revealed. ,. adding Drioton. director of Egyptian. 1thout.water .control has cost

I terday reluctantly approved waiv- tomorrow Impressed with the need "there should be, then* an excessof Antiquities said.Braden ; : Florida untold damage."

ing ship safety requirements for for diplomacy. some $20 million'm unallocated *Qimlakesathhnea;: : % reach dan-

another year but said "we were Republican and Democratic the biennium I Hints' : ,
Just plain lucky" that no disaster receipts during next ieroriAy-7ow levels our artesian
has occurred so far. House leaders already have over current appropriations. I seen- atop flowing and our in-
The committee said It was "ex- agreed informally to stop This excess plus the estimated orasirnraise: deep wells are an
to request con- Russia names in public while aggravated drain on our under-
Itremely rel-ctant
: : Guard's Secretary of State Marshall is in $20 million of unencumbered balance Naziism Lives !
itinuance of the Coast ground water supply with no plans
{authority to allow passenger ships Moscow. which should be in the for re-charging area protection.

!tto ply the seas in violation of Meanwhile Rep. Taber IR.- Treasury on June 30. 1947. should The association now is seeking
:normal peacetime safety rules. NY.],. rejected as unsatisfactory be sufficient for all increases in NEW 'YORK ITJP A warning I to determine the agricultural

r The legislation approved by report. on the Greek situation State disbursements.** that Naziism and militarism still equipment needs of the various

5 the committee as requested by submitted by Acting Secretary of The committee pointed out that may be alive despite their setbacks -: districts and to give them co-or-

:, Pre Truman. Is to come before State Dean Acheson. Taber is the bulk of Florida's taxes now in World War H was sounded dinated assistance in securing the
| tbe House next week. come from alcohol cigarets. and necessary machinery. Reppard
chairman of the House Appropriations yesterday by Spruille Braden said
? acing, adding "with an income
Even after safety are Committee which must authorize Assistant Secretary of State and
tax banned by the Constitution
!granted, the committee said. of .
appropriation any
substantially heavy reliance on luxury taxes Is i former U. S. Ambassador to 'Ar-
ships are
i American money spent for Greek relief.
i i safer than those of other nations. Rep. Rankin ID-Miss.]. said to be expected 'I gentina. OPEN FORINSPECTION

that if the United States is going In view of the fluctuation of Braden. adrressing the New ,

to try to check the spread of Com- luxury taxes the committee York Herald Tribune High School j

{ Lake Victim'siServices munism in the rest of.the world urged that the State maintainat Forum. attacked both Fascism I

( It had better be sure that subversive all times a working balanceof and Communism and said efforts
, elements are driven outof at least $5 million with which I
I the U.s. government and out vet to meet unforeseen. business up- to establish the four freedoms 2 TO 5 P.M.
Held of American educational institu- wv.. sets. have been'a failure so far adding: I
tIons. "There la probably less liberty I
Rep. Hoffman [R.-Mich. asserted The group rapped'Florida's tax and more fear and more want j TODAY
that U.S. action in Greece collection machinery including ..
LEESBURG A brief prayer In the world today than there
would lead to "the demand that more than 20 agencies collecting .
;service Funeral was held Home Saturday for Mr. Paul we must again send millions of levies exclusive of regulatory taxes i have been in many decades."Notwithstanding 939 LSalIe ,St.- Three
Beyers men abroad to fight on foreign and said "there will unquestionably -
.*J. Woodfin. 76. native of Campo- soil"Creedon LEWIS DOUGLAS [right] conffed.with men;. During the ceremony Douglas empha- be confusion in the tax struc- fires of World War the II. sacri-'are.: ,blocks ,east'arMills:

bella, S. C. and resident of Uma- President Truman yesterday just before he .1 sized the importance of Britain's world posi- ture as long as this condition pre- not yet cure we have really we de-: :[Southeast .COiner of

*tllla the last four and one-half took the oath of office as U. S. Ambassador to I I tion to this country, notably in Greece and vails" feated Naniim and militarismfor 'Sve
who drowned Friday WeSer. room
.'when months his boat capsized on Nico- Maps the Court of St. James at the State Depart Palestine.AP[ Wirephoto]. "The State's accounting system aU time." ,
Is a result of years of conflicting said frame bungalow.? : Two
I town Lake. The Rev. L. Ross He a constructive solution
confusing and contradictory tax
Lynn officiated. laws and I of U. S. domestic problems not bedrooms..

The body has been forwarded to I Costs Cut Sen. Bilbo Takes a M'Kellar Vows appropriations."The only would equip the nation bet-
Home work of this
Inman. S. C. for other services I ter to help others but would hearten ,Immediate Possession. ,
has been
and,interment. seriously hampered by the world.
Mr. Woodfin Is survived by his its inability to obtain clear cut in which the students
The forum -
widow. Mrs. Julia Woodfin. of WASHINGTON [UP] Housing As Anti-Racial AuthorBow and readily understandable joined with educators dip- '
Frank R. Creedon Lilienthal
Umatilla and Camnobella: four Expediter dicted last night that homebuilders pre-- FightWASHINGTON figures ditures.on revenues and expen- lomats and industrialists in a dis- Harold V. Gondicl '
daughters. Mrs. Maude Davenport. if cussion of Western Hemisphereand
. costs will start falling soon
p.-;:; n: Mrs. S. G. Marks Uma- Congress preserves major parts of NEW ORLEANS [UP] Intermarriage of the white [AP] Sen. Mc- "The committee recommendsthe world problems also heard REALTOR

;. 3- Mrs. Lewis Smith. Berea. hIs GI housing program.He and Negro races inevitably will lead to complete mongrel- Kellar ID-Tenn.] yesterday prom- enactment of curative legisla- other speakers stress the need for
r and Mrs. Alfred Fleming. also said all major veterans ization and consequent destruction of both, Sen. Bilbo tion to effect the establishment of greater understanding among the 37 E. Central
ised "the damnedest fight that was of the Western Hemi-
pobella two sons.E.N.Wood- peoples
: : organizations have endorsed his a system of accounting and con-
,: Campobella and H. P. Wood- plans for speeding construction. of [D-Miss.] charges in his first anti-racial" book, "Take Your ever put on in the Senate" against trol and reporting which will yield sphere.

..... Inman: five sisters two homes for,ex-service men. Choice-Separation or Mongrelization. David E. Lilienthal.The prompt and accurate figures on
brothers 11 grandchildren and a Creedon explained the cost-re- The 330-page book released; by 8. Senate Atomic Committeeis State fiscal affairs." BUY AN ACRE OR MORE OF LAND11Clarrona

.great-grandchild. ducing essentials of his programare Bilbo's Dream House PublishingCo. tion of African-Inspired animal to vote tomorrow on Lilienthal'snomination

-ObituariesMR. construction the limitation to of$50 non-residen-million a Poplarville Miss. is a heavily worship.His to head the Atomic Gen. Collins HonoredST. I Road, close to Orlando $25.00 down and up, sufficienttrees "

week and Federal "bottleneck as- documented denunciation of all research tends to show Energy Commission with indica- AUGUSTINE AP Brig l on land to build log homes. Can furnish 14x1 cement I

MARVIN E. POWELL sistance" for home building. Negro aims and ambitions and an that as civilizations progress tions of approval by a top-heavy Gen. Vivian Collins who will retire block homes on acre if desired. Price $1395. terms. Chester
Mr. Marvin E. Powell Sr.. died racial antagonisms diminish. April 15 as State Adjutant
Saturday at his home. 219 Page Building material costs ap- outright appeal to the South to I majority General was honored at a dinner L Schwartz Km. 233, San Juan Hotel. Ph. 4141.
Ave. after a lingering illness. parently have reached tempor- uphold "white supremacy. Bilbo said Communists were attempting But McKellar. who has led the here last night by the National
He was born In Crawfordville. arily at least a price "plateau"after Bilbo who was not seated by. to "mongrehze" the fight in committee hearings said Guard Officers Assn. of Florida.
April 18. 1881. and moved to a continuous rise. the 80th Congress in January. South but reported the "Saxon he will continue the battle on
Orlando in 1910. He had made If Congress scraps the Patman South" would fight without rest the floor.A Gift Home PLYMOUTHHAVE II
pointed out that his book not only against social equality betweenthe Underway CHRYSLER
his home here since that time. '
which his -
Mr. Powell was owner of thePowell's act under program for operates is timely but necessary because white and black races. prompt committee report TAMPA lAP Work was begun -
Dairy of Conway. before a "mad scramble" fewer materials "in the past four or five years "There is not enough power in would place the nomination on the yesterday on the gift home
He member of the and labor will result all the world not in all the Senate calendar for action Wed- for Mrs. Carrie Toole dog breeder A NEW 1947 MOTOR
retiring. was a homes will be started and costs over 200 books have been writtenby
: mechanized armies of the Allies nesday. whose house and 25 valuable
Holden He la Heights survived Baptist by his Church.widow will go even higher. Creedon predicted. Negro and white Quislings and the Axis including the atomic Cocker Spaniels were destroyed by INSTALLED IN YOUR CAR
; pleading for Negro equality while bomb which could now force whiteof fire last week.
: Mrs. Edna C. Powell the former unites and transform Dixie intoa
;only five or six books have been social segregation of the white
Edna Barco; three daughters. Mrs. Negro-dominated SoTteL"However. TIME PAYMENTSA.
I Hand Funeral Home to Southerners to abandon the BIRTH EASY
the Carey policy SISTERS GIVE
: Eunice Dickinson. Mrs. Gladys written in behalf of the preservation said Bilbo "let me
Manchester for services and In- I and black races. he predicted. MONTPELIER Vt. IUPJ Two
: Llpthrott. Mrs. Margaret Mur- of the white race and white assure these poor deluded fellow-
:,dock; five sons, E.T. Edwin Marvin terment. supremacy." Communists said Bilbo have travelers of the darker skin that Montpelier sisters gave birth to P. CLARK MOTORS INC.
.-' Albert, and James; nine He declared that highly developed been inculcating Southern Ne- they will hear Gabriel toot his sons on the same day at the came ,
'grandchildren, all of Orlando: two MR. JOHN GOULDMr. monotheistic civilizations of groes with a doctrine that the tooter' and will see the 'sweet hospital. The'cousins% were' bornto PHONE %-'74
of 722
John H. Gould. 79. 889 N. .
sisters Mrs. Mary Alligood. Pal- the past crumbled with the removal Communist Party soon will seize chariot swine low' before they take Mr and Mrs. Angel Ortiz and
Grand Ave, died at.his residence
!metto and Mrs. Carrie Duggar. Saturday. Mr. Gould had been a I of racial barriers and introduc- the Deep South expel the native possession ot the Deep South." Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Perry.
---------- --
. Tallahassee and two brothers,
; : ,
, I resident of this community the 4
-Charlie Powell Plant City. and /
here from ,
: last 40 years coming
James Powell. Palmetto. Plant City. ..

I I from Funeral_ the cervices Carey Hand will be Chapel I held He was I a member of the L J... '. .. 4 1 \! ,,1
AdventIst Church.
:Tuesday at 2 pm.the Rev. George ,....--
Surviving three daughters. -
Brown officiating with Interment t
Mrs. Russell A. Woolf. Orlando; _. .
: '" .
Woodlawn Memorial
in Park. y -_
Mrs. John C. Hopkins. Washington. -

D.' C. and Mrs. Churchill '''' -..... ..
] .
'I Miles. Ft. Fairfield. Me.
J Services for Mr. Henry A. Arnold Funeral arrangements will be f
715 Langston Ct. a resident announced later by Carey Hand ;;, ': .
: 'ot. Orlando since 1939. who was Funeral Home. ;.
I "
: killed Instantly Thursday night

" S:when 'hJ.s'car crashed. Into a MISS NELLIE CONNERY' .
'" ::parked truck and trailer on Highway Miss Nellie U Connery. 741 West -,
t: 17 near Jacksonville will be Colonial Drive died in a local ,

J Jheld at 2 p-m. Monday from the nursing home Saturday after an .J.
t M. Patterson &; Son Funeral extended illness. --'
;'Home In Atlanta. Interment also Miss Connery had been 'a resi- ,
I:will be In Atlanta. dent of Orlando the last three
j A veteran of World War II. Mr. years coming here from Savan-
::Arnold was Florida-Georgia sales nah. She is survived by two
Z..:distributor for the John Wilme brothers William H. Connery. Or-
J Auto Parts Company of Atlanta lando: and Charles P. Connery. ,
:,where he made his home before Savannah and a sister Mrs. W. '
;.'''coming, to Orlando. C. Kinsey. Palm Beach.
Survivors Include his widow The body will be forwarded by ,
\ Mrs. Ruth R. Arnold and three Carey Hand Funeral Home to Savannah '
children. Beverley. Henry .Jr'. and for services and Interment.
Gary all of Orlando; his mother. .
Mrs. J. H. Arnold a brother, RoyH. FUNERAL SERVICES:
Arnold and a sister. Mrs. For Mr. Horace K. Mann will be '
Maude Wallace of Marietta. Ga. held at 2:30: pjn. Saturday from \

Etselsteln-t g gin ton Funeral
MR. W. H. BROCKHAUS Home. The Rev. H. L. Webb will
Mr. William Herbert Brockhaus officiate. Burial will be In Mount
57. of Plymouth died at his residence Peace Cemetery.
Thursday. Mr. Brockhaushad
been a resident of that community -
the last eight months
,going there from Manchester. BOYTE ITS THESUNTAN
Conn. He waS a member of the

... B. P. O. E. of Bridgeport. Conn.. Termite and Pest Control
and the American Legion. His
224 S.Main St. '
widow Mrs. Cora Brockhaus. sur-

rtves., 9532CALL ;
The body will be forwarded by t

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.4 air, ubag &mttnrl-&tar Orlando, Florida, March 9, 19471 ed there were workers in this elephant la.;the zooto survive the
Peron Girds
U.S.e Urged land while they later were being rigors and bombs of war died yes
exploited and cheated, are just
former Sweti sh-American liner, i now beginning to remember it!_" terday-of heart failure.
Burned Liner is owned by the commission.A Suit Charges Jane Russell For All-Out Sentimental zoo visitors who
He added that the official actionof remembered Siam's ugliness greeting -
i; dormitory-type transport, In School CrisisCHICAGO his revolutionary regime as regards them just inside the gates of
it has been operating on temporary A Flop Nitery SongbirdMIAMI War on FoesBUENOS labor could not be "classedas the too however, contend loneliness
waiver from the CoastGuard Intervention since the Govern- got on his nerves and con-
Seen Total Loss on safety standards. [AP The National AIRES [UP Pres. ment is merely the continuation of tributed to his death.
Russell bust
was a as a
[ ]
Bishop said the Coast Guard Peron yesterday called for an all- the working classes in the Govern-
Congress of Parents and Teachers,
club attraction because the "
probably would be reluctant to night actressturnedsingergave out struggle to crush his oppon- ment House.
j NEW YORK [LAP Doubt continue the waiver Indefinitely, away the secret of her charm for free, the man who asserting that only Government' ents, whom he described as the

whether the former Luxury Liner and the commission's authorityto promised to pay her $15,000' week charged today.E. support could relieve an educational enemies of Argentine economic Heart Fails Siam/ SUPERIOR FOOD STORE
John Ericsson would be repaired operate ships ends July 1. M. Loew said he to Miss crisis in most areas called independence-the remnants of ,
was willing gamble on Corner Kuhl and Grant Ave.
after the fire which swept the He said because of the vessel'sage. i yesterday for Federal aid to States the oligarchy opposition politi- Famed Berlin
Vessell at a pier Friday was expressed there was little likelihood any Russell as an attraction but that WW for schools "on the basis of need" cians, Communists and the press. i Elephant
yesterday by Capt Hew- U. S. or foreign company would the cards were stacked against and higher teacher salaries.To He proposed an economic boy- BERLIN API] Siam the big Open Days From
lett R. Bishop Atlantic Coast director want to purchase it. him when she made an unauthor- ,tombs help make teaching "more cott of the newspapers opposinghim. 27-year-old bull elephant of Ber- 7 AJVUtolOPJVLnUDEfll
of the Maritime Commis ized appearance [not at his club] attractive" to talented persons .Addressing a meeting of some I lin's zoological garden, the only
sion. before 1.000-people. the Congress advocated that local 4.000 labor leaders. Peron said a
: After Inspecting the vessel with Army To Slacken In a high-neck, black silk dress, teacher salaries start at $2,400 an- : new economic system was needed -- --
Vice Adm. W. W. Smith, commission a suit filed in Circuit Court setout nually for four-year college grad- "to free the Argentine people from .
'chairman. Bishop said a decision Brass PromotionsWASHINGTON Miss Russell "created a poor uates with full professional training the yoke they have been under." I, v
and the
impression dissipated
would await > more complete with annual boosts to a max-
[UP Maj. Gen. previous effect and impressionbuilt imum level of lie said the struggle for such ....
survey. $5,000 to $6,000.A m-.f .
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.He said it would cost $500.000 Willard 8. Paul. War Department up in the general public'smind x board program designed to system was two-phased: first togive .1i w..if; (:;:==- : >>..'.. .., .-'''.: .
the : ; '->>"" '.:;'..' ..
national ; .
economy a new ;;;; : -" .
to the charm .
as personal :.o. ..
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and six weeks' work to put the personnel director, revealed yes- improve the nation's educational structure; and second, to "de ::: 1 w;; ... ,..:
and defendant.
physical beauty of the -
Ericsson In "pre-fire condition"and terday that the Army had begun a outlook was formulated by the
." stroy the internal enemy"Obviously
$5 million to make her intoa Congress' board of managers after '! .ASSOCI4 TED li
cabin class vessel meeting U. S. program to hold down its brass. The suit was accompanied bya investigation by various commit- referring to reports STORES
safety standards. Paul said he had ordered the check for Sl5OOO-the week's that the AFL relegation which 11 MAKE
The Ericsson. 20-year-old suspension of all Army temporary salary promised the star-with a tees.Mrs.. made a recent survey of organized I: YOU A SPECIAL a
L. W.
Hughes of Arlington .
request that Judge Stanley Mil- K labor here had charged that the
from the rankof
promotions except
ledge! give her what he thoughtshe Tenn. Congress president, local General Labor Confederation '
AUTO second to first lieutenant. He deserved after due consideration announced qualified support of [CGT] was Governmentcontrolled. [ OFFER ON
also said he was thinking about of what happened to Loew's bills already Introduced in Congress Peron said: A rf
renewing a program for demotions.The business at the Latin Quarter. for Federal aid to the "We hear today that some FULLY. AUTOMATIC ,
SEAT COVERS move was understood to What happened shouldn't have States for schools. American labor federations wantto
have been influenced by the determination happened to Al Capone who died The NCFT also urged "forums free cur General Labor Con- ,ELECTRIC
e High Grad. Material of Congress to trim just a few doors away several r institutes and conferences that federation from official interven- IRON ;: .
the Army's budget. tion and influence. "*
S Your Choice of Colors weeks ago. will bring specific action to bear '
on Juvenile delinquency, divorce. "They, who never remember- :"fiIi'BIG
e After Miss Russell appearedat
W. Install .
and other disintegrating forces in '
a beauty contest last weekend, 7 ""? ..
Open Monday Evenings modem family life." :.!i
the club had a score of openingnight \ ._ _+ I' '
ED MAYO'Slei reservations cancelled.
Loew claimed there was a strong STORES
,, N. Mala St. TeL 97S2 connection. 'dissipated' charm AFL last Committee that on Education said I I.L.INONEWEARING
night "general unrest"among
"Steam Cleaning, Simonlztnr Park Phone 68
"When school
and Undercoating" you get 1,000 people together teachers goes backto
like there were at the contest Governmental "neglect" of
and when you consider they Jobless Pay public employes "over a long period \ EASE!
all have friends, that adds up to of years."
.. a lot of the night club crowd" The committee statement pro- t
1 Loew said. "On opening night- Losses For posed "long-overdue salary in- F

"12 Years Experience in Orlando" empty tables. creasses" to teachers. "consider )
Miss Russell's agent, Johnny ably increased" Federal financialaid L.
Grenhut declared there was no Vets MountWASHINGTON to State educational programs a
contract provision preventing her and broad retirement and tenure ""
1 making outside appearances. Her LAP[ ] Ve t- programs for teachers.
5-Year tiaraalee on Termite. Contracts Job he said, was to sing at the erans Administration, which has _
Latin Quarter and there was no paid almost $2 billion to jobless r, r
complaint about her singing. veterans, said yesterday 217,841 ,, PHONE 24474J.I&S
Go. ex-servicemen h a v e exhausted ,
WHit Beiii by Ltcal Insurance
Greenhut said Miss Russelldid their special veterans unemploy- 1r
not want to appear at the ment allowances. ,
contest, to give the new Miss Hawaii with a veteran popula- ,, ... --== .
''Miami Beach a trophy, becauseshe tion of 28,000. is the only Stateor 1

Moth Proofing Rat Proofing didn't think she was glam- whatever.VA territory. with no exhaustions ,, r AllDA1l0MG"EARIHG r

I allows veterans a maximumof : mcc-ll GROVES : I! ,

("1 LOST 51 POUNDS") $20 a week for 52 weeks or, if : 35 N. EASE
Blossom \
Fumigating service for rats mice Orange Trail '
the veteran is self-employed un- The $2.00 trade-in applies
Orlando, Florida Associoted offers
profitably-usually in agricultural you
!. on ONLY the MAT-MATIC
New Lair PI. .. work-$100 a month for 10 2-5 the largest selection of
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Couples ea'veOn Karlchrist.auxiliary motor.which has a 50 h.p. U.S. Acts To i Orlando, Florida, March 9, 1947 afo gunfaa &rntfnrl-&tar Page W.5.

Daring they Their expect Chile's proposed to.Easter reach Island itinerary in '20, which days Includes -; Cancel Lewis' A Rollins Players 10 Worst U. S. Japs See U.S. II cheson situation to unconfirmed obtained loans rumors"sizeable"and credits that recon At for* I

Cruise Pitcairn Island, of "bounty" mu- Strike Date F v(1. .6 Score With i Japan from businessmen whili>ii

tiny fame: the French Marquesas. i the United States.

CALLAO. Peru [UPI Two young Hawaii and Los Angeles. WASHINGTON [UP The Hairdos PickedNEW Business AidTOKYO
'Old Vienna'"A
American couples departed yester- They expect to be gone one year Government undertook last nightto '

day in a 14-ton sailing 'ship on a and carry enough provisions for force John L. Lewis to cancel Night in Old Vienna" pre- II
\ 10 months without calling at any YORK I DPI Monsieur [UP) u.s. Ambassador
his March 31 deadline for a new
daring cruise designed to take
sented last evening at Orlando Louis the hair stylist who origi- George Atcheson Jr. told the Japanese -
them across the South Pacific: port.The Rarlchrist is 50 feet long, soft coal strike within 10 to 14 Municipal Auditorium by the Rol- nated the feather cut page boy I people yesterday that Amer-

north to Hawaii and back to Cali has a 12-foot beam and carries days. lins Players as the first of their ican business interests are pre-
and the
fornia. two masts. 42 and 44 feet high. The Government's strategy unfolded yesterday pared to help Japan develop her REXeMLL l! .R G STORE
respectively. It has a wireless and amid signs that Lewis and two scheduled outside attractions named the 10 worst hairdos in peacetime economy.
They are Mr. and Mrs. William. some scientific instruments. the United Mine Workers IAFU o .e. x 3sk provided a delightful evening. America. Atcheson. who has just returnedto I

Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon The quartet described their tripas would almost certainly obey all fNG The music was familiar and They belong declared Louis to I Tokyo from Washington issueda TODAY ONLY

Corliss formerly employed by the I "purely a sporting and touring provisions of the Supreme Court's I pleasant; the atmosphere informal Ingrid Bergman the Duchess of prepared statement that led I SHOPPERS SPECIAL
one" but said they mould try to sweeping mandate against any -- high Japanese business circles to
International Petroleum Corp.. a I Ita. and the voices of the five per- Windsor Betty P*"-
gather much scientific data walkout long as the mines are speculate that U.S. aid from pri-
subsidiary of the Standard Oil of 1 as on as eti Grable. Tallulah |
: ... New Jersey._ They constitute the i, navigation as possible. in Federal possession. kw formers exceptionally good. Bankhead. Doris j -..i v vate sources might be forthcoming I IVORY 38c

sole crew .of :the.;,Wlscon-Llghter.: Secretary of Interior Krug; John Gurney basso. sang superbly Duke Cromwell. soon. FLAKES
I Georaia Streams said he would delay announce- 1< and Richard Gordon Lily Pans Lynn I Previously the Japanese __
Did Stomach' Ulcer Pains ment of a Government plan for provided a pleasant if not very Pontanne. Patty hoped: this aid might come from
Make Jack Spratt Eat No Fat? II Still 'Out of Banks return of the mines to their strong, tenor. ber Berg.and Edna Mrs.Fer- I the U.S. government. I

Modern daJaek Spr tU" who eat DO tat owners "until the orders of the Eduardo Rael. baritone, had George "The American government Is
becaoM of distress of stomach or nicer ATLANTA [AP Heavy rains Supreme Court have been com- < r little to do but did that little well. ington Washrte'" solidly behind Gen MacArthur andI
pmins. Indicestion. cu pains, heartburn which have Georgia with In accordance with
I brought some plied Miss Mona Bradford contralto gained a clear impression that'the
burning sensation bloat.and other conditions -I naugh. He thinks
caused by excess acid should try' streams to flood stage slackened its opinion." was handicapped by a bad cold all 10 should American people as a wholeare

from Ddxa.TOUT Get drutctit.a 2Sc box First o(dose Udu must Tablet convince -I' yesterday and it appeared there Krug Implied that at least two but sang better with the cold than take another "......,., 't... profoundly gratified at" the SURE TO M $1 Q
to and DOUBLE would be no major damage from many performers do without one. progress the occupation. At- THIS SUMMER
or return box ms set steps would precede any action by look in the mir- arJ. t
YOUR MONEY BACK.All" the high waters. him: The soprano. Laura Castellano. ror. Miss Bankbead :, cheson he llwstlpkalslhtmT'bes.. ,
The Ocmulgee River at Macon 1. Attorney General Clark will was enchanting Her performanceof "It's a pity" he sighed. "Ingrid "While there is a natural feel- BCLBS..o .[M w+.i aSDiIATSl tt00n.elo.
was at 23 feet-five above flood z The Last Rose of Summer"was ing that the Japanese people must
is victim of
urge the court tomorrow to deliver a Hollywood vapid sates wnb .ta V
Neurilic Scialic stage. at once Its mandate against pure bel canto. approach to hair styling. Her hairdressers prove themselves the American *{ {{ bks1s Mpt+ a'J.n'ttTRl
The Oconee at MilledgeviHe was Lewis and the union to Federal Warner Bass accompanied so they are ignoring her people are Impressed by the spiritof
nine feet above the 29-foot flood District Court Judge T. Alan t beautifully that the absence of personality." co-operation the Japanese have nq mrnarea .
Rheumatic Pain leveL Lowlands were covered and Goldsborough. The Government an orchestra was not even noticed. What's wrong with the Duchessof shown x x x in trying to rehabilitate 'rae 1,5.4 BCT at II BLKTS u)will lame pro +d a**you nattnna with bum r adnM*'''*
some families were. forced to Windsor? Louis its her their country *. motion appeared virtually certainof The says OHDClt fortbuoOerl
Thousand of sufferers from entire program was
pains daD to muscular move. being granted. Usual time is 25 center part. "American business Interests V..e.a f. ..., l.rt..as PtesM7
Rheumatism. Neuralgia pleasant in the extreme. The Alta
mea ggoq The weather bureau said it was I Lr.Nen.etNsdni/"iea4alna C'
Sciatica and Neuritis bar days. tf:> artists acted as well as they Talullah Ban k h e ad : She are prepared to assist in practicable r, >TTC INSPECTED-dji,,- ti --<
been delighted to discover that Uu Doctors too to when the ,
early say rivers row '51r' "sell s a MOSSY Bl K
2. Lewis and the UMW would should and mutually beneficialways
formula called Rommsl starts elrculattnc would reach crest.AVAILABLE. sang. stop trying to look like a GUA TB" it .* pltaee u tetnn t.-.m
through Ito blood almost Immediately after a have to pay the $710,000 fines up- M perennial Vassar vixen. She is in the development of aM oars-wey wt+i ae.rmpt JSetindM..,
toe first dose, usually helping nature remor M The selections from both "Rosa Will riowee foe.y.'ARS or replac 4 PR[[,
held by the high court and with- not the casual type. Japan's peacetime
poisonous sautes and excess acids that often economy. SOW NO HONEY T '
caos pains and soreness, and at UM came draw the March 31 strike deadline SLEEK-With the aid of a be- linda" and "Martha" were charm- Doris Duke: All she does to her one Japanese source said At- .+.r.s--...V.I >l,friJU.IUn.bl; ,.U*n OouUH
time promptly; combating lbs pain and I after Ing, and the only criticism that hair is comb it.
within five days Goldsbor-
cheson statement ,.
discomfort and fur gave impetus SMITH auto CO OtiC IS*-A. BvrytM. MM.
-Day Trial Offer To prop what .d! CARDWRITERAND oueh receives the mandate. coming gown a wrap could possibly be made is that Though unflinching in his criticism -
can do to help you Cecl improved and bow These steps would restore the Film actress Adele Jergens there was just not enough of them, Louis can also praise. The
fast and tt works take,exactly ret RommdTrom as directed.TOOT....the drufCist re-- WINDOW DISPLAY MAN situation to its status of last Nov. poses for a pin-up portrait. but with the company of "Old most perfect hairdos in the country LAUNDRY 8 DRY CLEANINGTry
suits for yourself. Ton be the Judge, Unless PREFER 15 when Lewis ordered the contract Vienna, the whole of both operas he believes. belong to Norma
surprised and dellctoUd, simply return tho Small Men's Shop would have been more than Shearer Claudette Colbert Deluxe Quality and exrerl-
empty package and your money back siuaranteed. Wffllnc to SeU !. Spare Tim with,Krug terminated Nov. and our Dry Cleaning Laundry by
Don't suffer ADO IK Hoax .... Box 339 S-Star 20. enough. Lucille BalL enced cleaners, spotters and personneL Quick service guaranteed. I
.. trying; ...... Mother Jails The Rollins Players will presenta "They fix their hair to suit then-
I They would clear the way forKing performance by the Chinese Cul- personalities." said Louis with a IVANHOE LAUNDRY I CITY CLEANERS
to invite Lewis and mine tural Theater at the Orlando Au- I
pleased look. "They are sensible I
I ..._..................................--..- II owners into new wage negotiations ditorium on Saturday March 22. well-groomed women" 1630 N. Orange-Ph. 5591 39 W. Colonial Dr.-Ph. 7557
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The BEST DAY of Your : :I II return of the pits to their own- Son on ForgeryLOS Study of New India;

Central Florida Visit : ers.Lawyers said both steps couldbe Regime; Plans Set

r completed in a week more like- ANGELES lAP Rudolph OPEN HOUSE
Will Be the
I r '. Day at : ly in 10 days, and two weeks at V Gueci, 20, former sailor was at NEW DELHI IAPJ) The All- -
liberty on bond yesterday after his .
the most. India Congress Party yesterday .
Union and mother. Mrs. Nina Gueci, had him
operators have said
i SANLANDOSPRINGS, ; little progress could be made on a jailed i on a forgery charge "because formally invited the Moslem League 2 to 6 p. m. Today
new contract until Congress com- I'd rather see him go to to meet Congress representatives -

;i. pletes action on labor legislation. prison than marry a woman whois to draw plans for taking over
Lewis told the Senate Labor Com- too old for him" the Government of India under 814 W. Winter Park Ave.
mittee that pending legislative Mrs. Gueci signed a complaint the plan of the British Govern-
r proposals had arrested collective charging her son with forging her
ment to withdraw by June 1948.
This is Two Bedroom
name to a check for $30. She told a Bungalow typicalof
SANLANDO bargaining in the soft coal in- ,
r ) PICNIC, AND RECREATION. : i the court: The Congress group also invited
dustry. the Moslem League to share in House and G rden.
% This appeared to augur slight "My boy is infatuated with a
Constitution for Inde-
Excellent/ Dinners or lunches I II drafting a
r : success for new coal wage talks woman who is 47 years old She .
: Art Served at Sanlando Clubhouse : ; before the end of Government is the mother of three children pendent ..
control of the mines June 30 or and a grandmother ." Whitney Spiegel Realty Co.
; some earlier date set by Krug. The veteran's lawyer said Ru- Quits Envoy

....... .fiE-------IT-92-.THRU-....LONG....WOOD..-]-.....-.-. j i dolph sent his mother his allot- WASHINGTON [UP] Pre s. Realtor
Dutch Officials; ; ment money and savings but that Truman yesterday accepted the
'" when he attempted to get it to get resignation of Joseph F. McGurkas
Take Cargo Off Ship married his mother refused it and Ambassador to Uruguay effec- "Speak to Spiegel"
told him "you're still my son and tive April 30, after 33 years of 706 Metcalf Bldg. Tel. 2-3269
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Athens, the Moscow cuties were takingover Q-heAMEN

;> ORLANDO. FLA. Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Ro- Coiw4 1

Published weekly. New Year". Da y. fourth of July. Labor mania, Poland and Czechoslovakia. Quitea Blind Intersections Held
DaY-Tlunkigivuig Day and Cbristratf by Sentinel-Star Co. sizeable of :
(OrUndo Daily Nnrcpapcrt. Inc.) at U' South Oranx Avs.. piece territory. :a By JOHN BRAWcrnUR =_
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Orindo. FU Now the Greece project is an admitted n n.

Orlando.Entered .florid* seeond-elus*. under the matter Act of at March the Post id. U79.Office M failure and we must adopt heroic measuresif Would you like to see my operation? I happento sleep that night before and got up on the fateful Unnecessary Traffic Hazards
be in the category of those who have never
morning tired and worn. Without any breakfastand
TELEPHONE: Department tIll SW we are to rescue the sinking nation. experienced the operating table and thus I find with a mind filled with misgivings. I journeyedto Editor. The Sunday Sentinel-Star:
Subscription: Price Sunday Only $ .20 Per Yr. >- There is no doubt about the importanceof myself among the initiates. I am unable to talk the hospital. My blood bad been tested and We have many blind Intersections

MAITIM AMMIUM, Piwusma HUWT IALCH.ESITOIIIA&.DoiKTOt the Greek project. We think it wise to with authority. much to my disappointment. It was okay. I here that are no help to

Jour CAWTMOM. G.... M... MANCO. T. Uwtmci. AM. OK. make an attempt to maintain our sphereof It's an Interesting thing that when two people crawled up on the table, rolled up my sleeve grit- corner anyone.of As South an and example Palmetto on the on

C. W. .....ITT. Bus. M... *oasi T f. WM.TU, Cuss Mu. influence there, but why not call a spadea get to talking about their operations neither is ted my teeth. closed,my eyes and prepared to die. the east side of the street is a

: Le,n AMIMIM. MAMACIN I*. NOMUT CONSO...... Sac. TMAS. spade, now that the situation has come listening to the other, but waiting until one has A needle, which looked like a garden rake to me high hedge that obstructs the

: into the open and the mistakes of the past finished[ so he can tell about his experience. was Injected Into my arm and there I lay with view of any car approaching from
? If Prcti
: tmher of Tk Associated
'!*-,-Associated Press is exclusively entitled exposed? Have you ever wondered what your reactions my.life's blood flowing out of my veins. the east. In order to turn left here
to the DM for re-publication of all would be if It became necessary for you to have an I ten you the truth. I think the only thing that you must drive out into the inter-
newr dispatches accredited to it or not Why not admit that the so-called demo- section before you can see what's
operation? I have. Of course. I. like most everyone saved me was the that into heartas
and courage came my
otherwise accredited in
e cratic Government the British establishedis coming. This hazard is within two
a so'the local news published herein. have had teeth extracted a bone set and my that lovely nurse held my other hand. Bless
blocks of the
1 dispatches All-rents for herein re-publication are also reserved.of special nothing more or less than a Fascist-like, finger nails manicured; but thus far. no major her heart. she kept me from falling over the our safety department police station seems: still to<

totalitarian Government? Why not admit surgery. precipice. So you see I have had a major operation.And have overlooked it completely.Let's .

PAGE MARCH9.1947 that we need bases for our Navy and obtain But there's likely to be a first time, so I the moral of the whole thing is that from get rid of these death traps head-on collision wften. so few t 1

""" TODAY'S THOUGHTS them from Greece in return for 'our want to have the mental poise and stamina to that time on I was able to persuade lots of folks to now. words could have set him right If "

aid? face It bravely and victoriously. become donors.I T. C. F. possible. *
f And the king of Israel said unto him. so shall .
We cannot continue to and Between the collection had invested some of myself in the thing If So 'troubles are VtiH with us
thy judgment be; thysuf hast decided it.-I Kings pour goods and the anthem last Truman Criticized For Stand our
20:40. money throughout the world as the inter- Sunday I overheard a conversation between two you help put the hospital drive over, and hope has fled, we Art undone,
try putting some of blood in It and little Palestine
fellows over in the Amen Corner. One your a On Question
.;: national Santa Claus 'unless we get the was telling bit of cakes half baked nowhere to turn.

_-I am the master of my fate. I am the captain ways and means to protect our invest- the other about the harrowing experience he had And your speaking money.of blood transfusions there's the Editor.The Sunday Sentinel-Star: so dear Editor, no more aDon.
had in the
W. E. Henley. operating room. He confessed that he
of my soul.- ments. one about the Scotchman. Bless the Political chicks do come home DEMENTIA FRAECO3C
almost Scotch they
was frightened out of his wits. The doctor
was trying to console him. urging him to be relaxed claim that they are weary of people getting off to roost once in a while as for I I *
Gifts to and From the Greeks instance your headline "Bevin
stories at their
THE' MERRY-GO-ROUND and calm. "But. doctor." said the excited patient expense charged Truman spoiled Holy Esperanto language till/
HAS BEEN many a weary year since "yoU don't understand. This is first operation." An American tourist was traveling in Scotlandand "
r my Land Plan. |,I I Much Alive Says Clarice ,
had to have a blood transfusion. A Scotch
Greece much of the world'sattention
occupied so During the last campaign it was
as does the Hellenic peninsula to- Taft's Leadership donor gave him a pint of blood, and out of gratitude pointed out in your columns that I Editor. The Sunday Settlnel-Star:

he gave him $100. Following the second Pres. Truman violated one of the The international auxiliary language .
day. I, DREW PEARSON transfusion he gave $50. and after the third one he much alive. Since
essential principles of international is very
since Alexander
It has been centuries WASHINGTON-Most interesting though some- presented the donor with a dollar bilL And then intercourse with a friendly nation -
the it has notably as
war grown
came out of the hills of Macedonia, con- what deflated political figure in the Senate todayis came the fourth transfusion. The patient looked when he "demanded" further

quered the known world and sighed for Robert A. Taft of Ohio together with the ques- at the Scotchman and said. Thanks Sandy." immediate immigration of Jewsinto : these current items. taken at random -

more, worlds to turn his soldiers loose upon. tion: Will he achieve his long-cherished dream of When the Scotty asked why he had reduced his Palestine. an utterance suggest. The Governmenthas

Truth of the matter today is that actu- following the footsteps of his father up the front ,- giving from $100 to a mere thanks the American prompted by the foreknowledgethat approved introducing Esper-

ally it isn't the Greek peninsula which is steps of the White House as President of the ''t s explained. "It's this Scotch blood that's gotten into GOT. Dewey was about to anto as an elective study in the
United States? \ me." Amen! make a statement along the same secondary schools of Romania.
the minds of Russian British tl.i(
occupying Not since 1940 when energetic. progressive The real reason for this essay on operationsIs line which he did. All this was Esperanto has been made a required

and American diplomats, politicians and Wendell Willkie stole the Repub- that I have been thinking a lot of late about simply a cheap and insincere bid study in the Liceo of Fine
o1thers. for the Zionist vote in New York Arts. in Danzig.. The Japanese
; .. lican nomination from under faffs our hospitals In Orlando and the need- for ex- .
It is the relation of Greece to Turkeyand nose. has he forgotten for a pansion. As an nndershepherd I'm visiting them City, which so far as the Presi- Social Democratic Party which
which is minute and have dent was concerned proved a dismal obtained the second largest number -
the... strategic Dardanelles his ambition to duplicate every day had a growing consciousness

the joker in the picture and the thing r' the father-son Presidential success /g S of the need of more facilities. a not a failure vote to and Governor probably Dewey's added year of placed votes "the in the introduction election last of
of John Adams and John Likewise. I have been
that everyone concerned is thinking thinking about the Importance majority. I Esperanto as the internationallanguage"
'.. Quincy Adams. Whereupon the medico replied "I think I understand of the American Red Cross the magnificent -
of and in
about. We are talktag one thing Now Mr. Bevin, appears Justified as the 11th plank
worrying another. Viewing the 1940 Philadelphia Sir. This is my first operation too. We will part it played in the war, and the allimportant in charging these high officials its party platform.Last .
convention in retrospect-after go through it together." The patient declared that role it is playing now in this country and In with greatly aggravating an Spring the "Appeal of the
Control of the Dardanelles has
a the trouncing FDR handed Will- he fainted. all parts of the world. A careless insensitive ungrateful already tough and anguishing Peoples of the World." issued by

Russian project since long before' the Soviet i< kie-Taft was not too unhappy I have great admiration for all my good people would say that the crisis is over problem.As the Conference on World Government -

regime was a dream in anyone's mind. j I it about it. In 1944 he also realized friends who have gone through their operations the war is passed the emergency Is gone. Why for Cong. Cellar's "damnablelie" at Rollins College, was

Ivan the Terrible, Peter and Catherine the -, I that FDR could not be stopped. courageously. When conversation lags about the continue the Red Cross? I statement it is plainly the translated Into Esperanto and sent

Great arid even vacillating Nicholas II con- *1.\ ..6.: I" ." and he was glad to let young Tom weather it affords them an opportunity to talk But a grateful long-sighted and devoted peo- 'howl of a Zionist propagandist in to some 50 Esperanto magazines

cocted schemes to grab the straits and give Pearson Dewey and his Ohio GOP collea- about something that is exciting and thrilling. ple will remember that the real job of the Red pain. I around the globe. Known results
gue John Bricker take the rap." Cross is just beginning and. In reality its job will WM. A. TAYLOR. are Impressive Esperantists pub..
Russia. an outlet to the Mediterranean. The big chance for the Republican party. Taft One time I was vaccinated for smallpox but never be over so long as there is hunger cold.sickness Winter Park. lished the cain: full or in part,

.- In World War 1 the British and French figured. would come after the war. the thing didn't take. You see, I had a mild case of tragedy storm fire suffering and human (What about the British pledges in several mgaes. They hadit
wanted to force the Dardanelles to make that when I was a little tyke and nature often after World War I? What about In -

junction with their ally-Czarist Russia. The results of last November's Congressional does benevolent things such as immunizing a need.There's a way you and I can help. I talked toa the Balfour promlsr? What about Czech Chinese newspper.Portuges. ,
( elections which put the Republican party In con- victim against a repeat performance. But I almost Churchill's pledge to RooseveltEd. ? They put it the air
And now the U. S.-British strategy is to retain lovely: young woman in a blood bank one day. o
trol of both house, definitely convinced Taft forgot! I did have tional language in Brazil and
an experience once that approximated She .]
control of the Dardanelles to keep Rus- was giving a pint of blood.I C-
that he was right. The next two years held his an operation. It happened on th. wise. na. Calls fo additional I
sia out of the Mediterranean. big chance for the Presidency. After 1948 it I t was serving as a member of the board of directorsof learned that some days before she had received Cracker Jim's SuggestionOf the Esperanto version have come
word of the death of her
e might be too late. He has played his cards ac- the Southwest Florida Blood Bank during the husband. And this to Rollins from 50 nations and an
is what she said. "Today is by husband's birthday.I Work Brings Bitter Tears
CONSIDERING THE proposed lOan to cordingly. war. My particular responsibility was to six continents.
JN secure wanted to give him a birthday present but being Editor. The Sunday Sentinel-Star: Yes. of For
Creece and the donors from some years
permission to ship arms himself at the head of the various civic groups and individualsso unabe: to cour.
Taft immediately put get it through to him. I am doing the 'I
This is blue Monday in Pine Esperanto been In the
arid supplies to the army of King George Republican party as far as Capitol Hill was con- as to keep the bank supplied with plasma. next best thing. I'm giving a pint of blood to some I Castle: our sturdy oak has proved of Rollins College. ecu

itjnight be well to look.back on the Balkan cerned. Foolishly, he took the important Labor Honestly I tried awfully hard. But my results of his buddies. I think he would like that." Amen! I I a broken reed. Cracker Jim has EDWIN CLARKE.

campaign of Hitler's forces for a clue to Committee away from Sen. Aiken of Vermont were almost nil. Finally I discovered' why. And you and I think he would like it too. And failed us and we wander about Ingreat Winter Park L 1 1A
I (I
the importance of the peninsula. thereby putting himself directly on the spot both was mortally afraid to become a donor my our support of the American Red Cross. which is gobs of gloom. We might _

When the Germans drove the Greeks with organized labor and business leaders. Obviously self.But an agency of mercy and benevolent ministry will i have known had we remembered Bonus for Our TeachersThis
it is impossible to please both. He, also took I realized that if I were going to succeed bring a smile to the lips of well-pleased : what the ancient bard wrote: I .,
and British into the sea from the mainland over two other important posts despite the fact In persuading others I'd have to try it myself. So Father. Try it and see. Heavenly II "Yon Cracker has a lean and Spring Is Proposed

they had not won what they were after. that it was bound to arouse jealousy among his I prepared for the major crisis of my life. I didn't Amen____ hungry"look; such men are dan- I Editor The Sunday Sentinel-Star:

Almost immediately they sent their crack own Republican colleagues, some of whom took gerous. And he suggested workas I have been wondering If the
a way out: that is the most-un citizens of Orange County cannot
pajratroop forces into Crete for this ancient
seriously the Congressional Reorganization Act's WASHINGTON ,
TREADMILL kind cut of all, and from a in some way get together with our
island and the Dodecanese group are of far stipulation that important jobs should not be cfacker. County School and arrange

higher military value than the Greek main- concentrated in the hands of one man. Well our woes are still with us. to give the Ba paid teach

Taft failed to see the glint in the eyes of certain I hear that the church met. with ers a bonus this Spring. It Is most

land.The U. S. Navy now undertaken the Democrata on,. Capitol Hill. one of whom Economy or Sabotage ? talent from Orlando and it was pathetic- see the great numberof
talk remarked: suggested that the church ouild- teachers.trying desperately to
of policing the Eastern Mediterranean ... lag be moved away from the noise. figure out some way by which she
but it is a Navy without base to call "I'm In favor of Bob Taft taking every job lr FRANK A. KENNEDY down and would appeal to the plagued with squatters' claims by Where? An echo answers"where?" will ",be able to attend ser
it'own in all this vast stretch of foreign he can get. The sooner the country gets to know WASHINGTON-The National House Who ever heard of a church school. have that
waters. him well the better." Labor Relations Board frequently Appropriations Committee I reason of the destruction of court running from Satan? Why not use I I a much needed opratio Just

The Democrats knew their man. They also has been charged with undue bias to restore funds for operation of records in a fire 80 years ago. It is half the cost and get a poor brother plain live next Summer without

While our, diplomats are considering knew that the man who gets out in front first and prejudice in favor of the CIO: the St. Petersburg institution. He understood that the State of Flor- to wreck the train just north of .. having to go to the bank to borrow -

pulling \the British chestnuts out of.the fire frequently ends up last. no open charges of a similar nature declined to comment on the CIO ida has been adjudged responsiblefor Taft. 'I on next year's sar. I w
; have been It is annoying after the Reverend could be given
Greece, it would seem to us vitally important ever leveled at the angle. but he emphasized that bak.
Maritime Commission any valid claims though none has taken hours to composea about a $200 bonus
yet the suspicion thi ea.
that we demand from Greece some. Reverses Within GOP: At first. Bob Taft was Congress always had intended the .
that like would to start
grows In Congressional of them seem to have any standingas prayer ream a poem give us a
ports and bases on these strategic islands riding high, wide and handsome. Today his reins ridors that the heavy slashes cor-in merchant seamen training pro- to hate it shot to pieces before the year's work not going to .

;. frpm which to operate. It's all very well are trailing in the dust. He is scarcely riding at the merchant marine training activities gram to be a permanent institu- against the Federal Govern- congregation can be inspired by it. I I lone bank as a bna. but' as a

.- practice dollar diplomacy, but unless the all. And what is especially depressing is that Taft's superficially labeled as an tion. It was even more important ment. Any such claims or any but the moving of the church I|)I proud depositor wht.wi mightbe

dollars! reverses have come not from Democrats but from economy move, can be today he said to train capable legislation intended to validate building sounds like one of the able to save. _
are accompanied by some realistic traced to young men for the merchant marine 87 1-2 cent made the proposal.Of AN ORANGE COUNTY TEACHER
his own Republican forces which he assumed to CIO them. per
hostility to the training probably will be ignored by
thinking and pro-
physical concessions from the to form a competent reserve course all the work-minded -

recipient of our financial bounty, it seems lead.Now the Atomic Committee jury is reporting in granLAt the moment the costly Maritime for the Navy in case of war and to the WAA in making final disposi- people are not here; some time Comic Fan Gives Thanks
carry Into foreign sound tion of the reservation. Sikesis since we heard an engineer
tons the is down ports Rep.
money going a rat hole. favor of Lillenthal. which leaves Taft's anti- Training School at St. Pet- For Orphan Annie's luck
democratic customs and screaming to high heaven that he
= convinced.
: Lilienthal leadership again much out the ersburg is slated
very for a shutdown which the Government training was coming up the wrong track. Editor.The Sunday Sentinel-Star:
rpHE GREEK CRISIS, which has been limb.When June 30. albeit the school was program properly indoctrinatedinto All the way from Kissimmee to I glad Harold Gray is
a 1
.L called the most important decision in a leader can't lead within his own party. begun In 1937 as all graduates. It looks like the South Florida Orlando he sounded out the warn- going to get "Little Annie" somenew

U ;S. history, actually is an attempt to a campaign to prove him a good leader of the a permanent in- Congressmen. Rogers of Fort Lau- ing. Now if that poor fellow was clothes. The poor child has
turn defeat into nation is not so easy to put across. That's why stitution. It was Rep. Rogers' discharge petition. derdale. and Smathers of Miami, transferred from the double-track worn those 1 long I've been sorry ,
victory. some of Taft's friends are hinting that perhaps it not a wartime facility : designed to force payment of GI have lost their fight to hold migratory system why wasn't he told aboutit for her.We have always been very ,

.We have been outsmarted all along the might be wise for the Senator to let vigorous Tom but In the terminal leave bonds In will Caribbean Islands farm ? It was so cruel and so unnec- fond of her. ;
line by the gentlemen from the Kremlin. Dewey or Statesmanlike Arthur Vandenberg buck guise of closing be the first test in Congress upona 'workers In the cane and Winter essary to have him afraid of a E. C. URBAN. -j
While we were supplying funds for Britain down war-boom vegetable fields throughout the
the resurgent Harry Truman in 1948. growing but unvoiced trend-
installations. and resistance to any more benefitsfor entire 48- harvesting season of 1947- THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON f
of cutting Government -
CRACKER POLITICS expenses veterans which are costing the In the move to add another

no provisIons taxpayers a record $7 billion this II year to the emergency measure

I' have been year.Next to labor legislation the which permitted the Importationof Jesus Washes Disciples' Feet

made in the Peterson foreign migratory workers the
Gay's New Broom Scores cost of veterans benefits has become .
White House budget to continuethe I Floridians were joined by Texas
Capitol Hill's
St. Petersburg school In op- ache. Few voices have worst been raised I and California agricultural Interests To Stress Complete HumilityI

I eration. It should be borne in i which faced the same sort of
Br ALLEN MORRIS turned over the gasoline license ter and Douglas, could be laid mind that the shutdown purely is against the collosal outlay because I labor shortages at harvest time. WILLIAM L GILROY. D. D. .
TALLAHASSEE The new inspection to the retail license and to the information King collected I Congressmen avoid political suicide 13
broom reorganization In the offices inventory examiners thereby : during the hiatus while an Administration move defied where possible. There Is a Despite the arguments of the Scripture: .ohn'. Gospel, Chapter

of the State Comptroller and eliminating not only three positions I his legal right to serve was being i several months ago. deal of private grumbling however Congressmen representing Winter The 12 men whom gathered around Him, as His ,

of the State Railroad Commissiontell but reducing the annoyance I threshed out. It has nothing to do with the that the veterans' organiza- crops the House Agricultural first disciples, though they came from fishing, taxgathering -

their own story rather plainly. ,to many storekeepers of multiple [While Gay was Installed as Interim current economy debates, tions have become too greedy. Committee has discardedthe and other humble occupations, were no ordinary men.
In the first instance. the shifts I examinations. comptroller last October, whether to cut the White House The Rogers petition requires Hope Bill which would have of adventure and they were fired with
ordered by the new Comptroller I: Just ahead in the further Interest he. too could not act with decisiveness budget of $37 1-2 billion by $6 218 signatures-a majority of legalized the importation of the They were capable ,

C. M. Gay appear so logical that I of efficiency and economy until the Supreme billion as the House voted or the House membership forcea farm hands until July 1, 1948. great ambition'. They tounted themselves able for any

the bystanders well may wonder disclosed Gay. are a revamping of Court had settled his title to the $4 1-2 billion as the Senate de- vote. A compromise now Is being thing as long as their ambitions''
why these were not made long ago. the present districts of these license office.] cided. Its success would knock all talk worked out. extending the emergency could be attained. were the normal discomforts due
At the railroad and inventory examinersmore King told confidants he had The White House the Maritime of balanced One sees this in various glimpses
commission; obviously a budget and an Income act only to Dec. 31. 1947. It to dust and dirt centuries before
the freshman commissioner equitably to apportion the found. In part this situation Commission and the Budget Bureau tax cut Into a cocked hat for totally Ignores the pleas of the of the New Testament record-the the advent of sprinkling ...ago

former State J. work, additional duties for the examiners among the State's Inspectors solely are responsible for the many:.years to come. There's little Florida, Texas and California request of "the mother of Zebedee's and oiled roads.In _
and the designation of which rather shocked him although -
Sen. Wilbur C.. 1 an St. Petersburg shutdown. doubt that the leaders that her sons.
of who would eastern
fJ examiner-in-charge in each territory he has been in politics for both growers be called uponto chdren" that dry cit.
King could not : The school was started in 1937 parties win turn on all the heat ship the workers home at the James Joh should occupy with its scarcity of ,
many years an
effect basket the turn-over fruit- ", "These field men have been One inspector sold disinfectant. under provisions of the Merchant they can generate to keep their height of the Winter harvests. the highest in the earthly the .wearing of sandals, on c

of changes with- running around the State not responsible which could be used by the travel Marine Act of 1936. At these hear- followers' names off the Rogers Most of the growers contend thatif kingdom that she assumed Jesus imagine the condition In which

out knowing to anybody." he ob agencies supervised by the commission ings the record became replete petition. Unless the Fort Lauder- they cannot retain the islanders was going to set up the IntenseIndignation a guest .would arrive at a home
the weaknesses ", served.. ; another had a juke box with CIO objections to Govern- dale Congressman can start a and Mexicans for the whole of the other disciples where he was to be entertained.

of the old systemso The new comptroller thinks route which coincided with his ment operation of merchant ma- stampede his petition will grow 1947-48 season they do not want when they heard her request and So. foot-washing. on arrival became -

Intimately there Is a good deal of routine official territory; a third never rine training schools. The maritime slowly oh. so slowly. them at all. the discussions that Jesus over- a gracious and needful

that his col the field men can perform to relieve had filed either activity report or unios have been sniping at The committee- necessarily was heard over which of them should coueS. And when a Pr

leagues. Jerry W. the heads of various divisions expense account. and a fourth em the program ever since, though It took an act of Congress sponsored not sectional in its attitude. If it be the greatest. Jesus to

Carter and W. B. from leaving Tallahassee ploye was regarded as a personal] from under cover during the war by Rep. Sikes. to pry loose extended the act a whole year, Again and again Jesus rebuked complained because.of the Woman -

[Babel Douglass for trips of two or more days.: publicity agent for aQ old com years. i from the Interior Department the even heavier pressure would develop them ttln.: a little child in the who washed the Master's feet
felt they must go "Except for the specialized mat- missioner. The record also discloses considerable tract of land on Santa Rosa Island from more northerly farm midst His teaching .with her tears. Jesus reminded

along althoughthe ters, like the estate tax where a That was part of the back- hostility in the Senate once Intended for a national areas to add still another six that they must become like little him 4 that he had nelle that

drastic reorganlzation considerable knowledge of law ground for adoption by the commission over the nomination of Maritime monument-the sort of national months. "We have to wind up this children If they would enter tbe fating .ofer H.
reflected Gay I may be needed there is no reason of the comprehensive Com. Raymond S. McKeough. park which can be set up without business somehow." was the consensus Kingdom of Heaven. cou.wash His fe
by inference upon the previous why the field can't whose proven- record as a CIO special legislative .
men help. recommendations of King includ- authority. I "so we're doing it sooner He assured them that greatness The disciples, theeore. were
regime. Gay believes. "There has been too organizer and attorney gave hima The Crestview "
Congressman to I than later. In His kingdom was not well ,
the of
ing major turning
Not the whole story of changewas much time and money spent by one over close call. both In the Senate having an easier time with the to worldly but acorn that but acuinW high-toned cm.ofgreatness
to the commission's able and
conscientious stndard'
Gay told.with at his the departmental public meeting chiefsa of i I department"heads making routine general counsel Lewis Commerce Committee and on the Navy Department in transferingthe I EOLA PARK PROGRAM who would mast be- and eagerness to b first
meeting provoked In major Gay said he was of the opinion: W. Petteway. the additional responsibility confirmation vote on the floor. nearby Live Oak Naval Reservation The 2:30: p.m. daily Eola Park come the servant of all. and cit they would have sorne per
On Oct. 11. 1945. the Senate
part by the disclosure that a rovIng that the chiefs could do a better of supervising the confirmed McKeough by the to the State of FlorIda- Forum for next week Is as follows -I His own example "I am form such a sc fo on another -
the noted stand of
examiner had the field staff. timber which I : Monday.Alcoholism A you as one that -
run up mon- job for the State at their desks sreth" .
close vote- of 42 to 34: many provided several famous American Medical Opinion" But despite teaching Imagine tbe greatness of their
umental expense account of $6.774 rather than on the road. As executive: director Pette- : Tuesday, H. C. I Mat's
In a year exclusive of rail air or "We must not overlook the fact way was pledged the complete White House nominees curb as frigates and ships of the line with Deist Work: vs. Handout"; Wednesday and eample that surprise when they saw thei
bus travel. that we are all working for the co-operation of the commission. James Byrnes and Gen. Marshall their sturdiest keels and hulls. W.M. Wolfe The Answer the disciples would not learn and I Master ctrdlr' Himself wth)

At that meeting Gay announced taxpayers of Florida and spending Floyd Bradley to the were confirmed unanimously In collaboration with State of- to Unionism": Thursday Dr.Louis I now. in the closing days of His towel n that .
the duties of this traveler. D. H. their money." the comptroller told secretary ficials. Sikes already has obtainedthe Schulz "Church and Industrial He determined to give thing! '. "

Mays Jr., as small loan company. the gathering of his chiefs. "We commission of the,office continues staff.as supervisor Inclusion of merchant seamen's reservation's release by the Peace":' Friday. J; A. Vandyke I minit. perhaps unforgettableand Was the ] effective, and

would be performed hereafter by must collect all the money that Is training in the act of 1936 chiefly Navy and Its transfer to the War "Positive Democracy"; Saturday adequately impressive len did.It stick?* answer is in the
the documentary stamp examinersas legitimately due without playing As in Gay's moves as comptroller was the work of Rep. Peterson of Assets Administration as surplus open discussion.GI by an act of complet humility later lives of these disciples, typified -
a part of their regular duties politics and once we get the tax the King recommendations Lakeland who pioneered the idea property. and lowly by the beloved disciple

In scrutinizing notes in the small money collected we must be very add up to a tying together for efficiency three years'earlier. It was largelyin Plans well are on the way to FINISHES COURSE Foot-washing was a .whose ambition to be first Joh
loan offices. careful how we it." and economy of the field recognition of Mr. Pete's work final p a
spend : approval for creation of a Cpl. Edward O. Ward son of and very necessary melted away In a new vision
Mays, continued' Gay. would At the railroad commission force which. Individually responsible that the Maritime Commission State Park. with installations tum
permanent Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ward of Winter ancient land We are experience, "We know that
serve "temporarily" In the bankIng some of the ease experienced by at the railroad commission to chose St. Petersburg as the site for the Boy and Girl Garden has completed the so familiar an many t. that have passed from death we
department as an assistant King in obtaining the adoptionof the patronage of this or that commissioner of one of the new schools. This Scouts and for other recreational unto life.
examiner. prescribed course at the Army AirForces make our environment more pleasant we love the brethren."
his reorganization program by has been freewheelingIn week he said he would not take .
I I '
purposes. Technical and life livable that we wen
Gay privately told of having his colleagues: the veterans. CarI J School Chanute more S a a feet, were
\ the
L I past. the closing of the school lying The -le UVation has -been 1 Field. UL are not ap to realize now great tt upper rJ1g "ae

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Sanford Farm \Sllr1tng" Srnttnrl&taf"ORLANDO
Lawyers Progress Seen I FLORIDA

MARCH 9. 1947 PAGE 'IMedical
Mi Market Sales

Exam SystemTAMPA yw On Park PlanOCALA Show Decline School

rAP The Florida State rAP Negotiations with [Specie! >d The Sudsy Sentinel-Star I
Bar Assn. chose. ".E. Dixie Beggs of the Model Land Co. were begun SANFORD-The extent of cold

Pensacola -as its- new president i< here yesterday by the Everglades damage during the month of Feb- Idea EndorsedJACKSONVILLE

yesterday and voted after a stormy National Park Commission look- ruary is strongly reflected in the
ing toward a for land desiredas
session to- back'a ptoposal to revoke tY >' an addition swap to the proposed newly released report of sales at tAP The
the Sanford State Farmers' Mar-
the"diploma privileges' for Everglades National Park.It ket which shows $143.9721ess than board of governors of the Florida

law school graduates. t was the first time accordIng the same month of last year.Mgr. Medical Assn. whose membership

The association's convention to Gilbert D. Leach the ]I numbers 1.662 physicians throughout -
H. J. Lehman remarked
finally voted .'-11' on a showof Commission's managing director however that demands have the State. went on record hers

bands to approve abolition of that the land (company been food, but the difficulty lay yesterday as favoring the Immediate -
| establishment of State medical _
a -
the privilege which automatically owner of about 200.000 acres in in the shortage of products to I,
gives graduates of the three vLENDING the park area, had indicated a fill orders. He also declared that school for Florida it was announced -
law schools in Florida the right willingness to trade its holdings cabbage and some other items by Dr. Shaler Richardson
to practice law in the State for located elsewhere in not sold in [president.
acreage damaged were practically I i The resolution drafted by a
without standing a State ex-
a the State.Malcolm. the same volume as last 'special committee of the medical
in Pirnie of New York an year but the price was much association's board. said "the Immediate -
Several votes were taken on the A HAND at the carving table at the Cattlemen's engineer was here as a represen- less. need for a medical school

issue after some lawyers com- w Assn. barbecue in Okahumpka Friday are Phil Siemens, of Or- tative of the land company at the Cabbage during February within the State of Florida Is

plained, the vote count was not lando, Sandy Pike, Leesburg and Austin Merritt Okahumpka.J. first session to be held by the brought $34.050 for 35,843 50-lb. urgent In view of the following
correct. Others protested that law
Park Commission it facts
since was reactivated bags an average of only 95 cents. :
school students "who had been Carlisle Rogers, center, furnished the food for the affair, last year by Gov. Cald- Celery sales reached $60,690 for .*
voting should not be allowed to the First Bank and [!] The medical schools of
given by National of Leesburg, Hewlett 13,165 crates, an averageof $4.61. the nation are overcrowdedthat
have After a voice much in parliamentary the matter. Fomby, watermelon grower of Okahumpka, furnished the site: well.The 200.000 acres represents Orange sales were $53.329. aver- the few new students accepted

one-half the area the Park Com- aging $2.01 for 26,533 cratesStrawberries represent a negligible
squabbling, and after several persons -
mission desires to add to the 860- failed to reach a high proportion of the number of
tried to take the floor at one volume because of the cold. Only
.000 available for
time, the students filed from the Fort Pierce acres already applicants.
Ford To Press 663 pints passed through the mar-
. the proposed National Park on the "
. room find the final vote was taken. I ket at 30 cents, totaling $199. (121 In an increasing numberof
: Paul E. Raymond of Daytona t tip of the Florida peninsula. Out-of-State products sold States. medical schools are
: Beach, chairman of the committee ; Marks Rail I Leach brought to the meetinga here which Included apples I meeting the unprecedented demand
rp :i.rla ;.'x list of all available State land those
which proposed abolition of the x bananas cucumbers grapes, by accepting only
diploma privileges, explained aft- Florida NeedsJohn which might be swapped for the lemons melons onions Idaho students who reside within those

erwards his committee would decide Line OpeningFORT area wanted for the park. potatoes hubbard squash: and States the tax supported institu-

on the next step to be takenIn Although no defininte agree- others showed a total sales of tions thereby recognizing their
the attempt to do away with White Primary Bill Ford, executive secretary PIERCE rAP This Indian ments were reached before adjournment $8,81848 for 14475 units. obligation to their citizenry.
the privileges. River city played host to several "431] The likelihood of increase
of the Florida Farm Bureau here Leach said he was encouraged Lehman declared that there Is
thousand visitors yesterdaywith over the development much activity on the farms ing demand and consequent geo-
Some attorneys said they believed said yesterday he expected to leave
limitations of students for
the State Supreme Court a celebration marking the "I believe we are going to ret throughout the county in replanting graphic
could revoke the automatic- Lacks Sure early this week for Washington official opening of the Florida rolling again now" he declared.He many crops for the third years ty come threatens to deny
SupportTALLAHASSEE altogether to Florida students the
practice rule, while others believed where he would confer with mem- said an approach to the next time, and it is his opinion that it
East Coast new line opportunity of obtaining a
Railway's is still to make
early enough a
the matter would have to bers of the Florida Congressional Legislature for funds was discussed "
connecting the fertile Lake Okee- good and have a good marketfor education.
come before -the Legislature for [AP] An incomplete Associated delegation and officials of the at the meeting. crop "Physicians trained within the
the products because it is pos-
final action. Press poll of Florida legislators so far has shown little assured American Farm Bureau on five hobee agricultural region with There were 18 members of the sIble to grow these crops faster I State of Florida will in all probability -
the East Coast at Fort Pierce.
The diploma privilege revocation support for the white primary measure Sen. John matters of importance to Florida Nearly 1,000 persons were Commission here for the meeting I here than in the States to the i in many instances be attracted -
would not apply to students now in addition to Leach. August Burg- north. to the rural areas of their
attending law school at the University Mathews of Jacksonville has said he will introduce during Farmers and growers. aboard the 17-car FEC special hard of Fort Lauderdale. chairman I home State where at present thereis

, of Florida. Stetson and the the 1947'session. Ford listed his objectives as fol- train when it pulled into the presided. Air a distressing dearth of prac-
depot here after making the run Big Show Opens
Miami. titioners. the resolution said.
University of Mathews reported his position"is 0. lows: Others attending were Martin
; Raymond told the association all that all laws regulating primaries over the new line. Andersen. Orlando: Karl Bickel Festival of StatesST.
and certainly more effectivelythan ..... 1. The Florida Med-fly reImbursement The train brought the Belle
privilege.but six States He added had revoked that law the or financing primaries shouldbe driving them [Negroes] out bill has been introduced Glade and Pahokee school bands, Sarasota; Gen. Albert Blanding PETERSBURG [APJ St.Pe- Citrus Shipments
repealed by the Legislature so Bartow Carl
schools and students would do of the Democratic party"Rep. by Sen. JSpessard L. and girl "queens" representingthose ; Brorein. Tampa; tersburg's annual festival of States
that any party in Florida may Leo Wotitzky of Charlotte two lake communities also Harold Colee Jacksonville: D. with Continue To Gain
better work if they both knew conduct a primary prescribe qualifications Holland and Heps. Hendricks opened yesterday a spectacular -
graduates would be required to County declared himself opposedto and Peterson. were aboard. They were Miss Sue Graham Copeland. EvergladesCity air show at the Pinellas Master
State Bar examination. for membership and repeal of primary laws while Cherry, Belle Glade, and Miss Ann ; Joe Hall Tallahassee; Fay- Airport. WINTER HAVEN [API This
pass a:. adopt a declaration of principles other lawmakers commented variously 2. Government action to pro- O'Connell Pahokee. who were ette Holland, Jacksonville: Mrs. Ships in the show included week's citrus shipments as reported -

TAMPA API Here Is the new or platform. it was a "ticklish" question, hibit pickers of asparagus welcomed by Queen Fern Freer of W. S. Jennings Jacksonville; J. rocket planes. jet-propelled planes by the State Citrus Inspection
"NaturallY, there should be some $
board of governors of the Florida I they had reached no decision or plumosis ferns from public landsto Fort Pierce. Kennard Johnson Miami; Dr. E. and those combining jet and pro- ttreau totaled 1174.048 boxes
bills which I will
State Bar Assn.: suplemental prepare they did not wish to commit them- sell on an open mar- C. Lunsford Miami; Mrs. Gillen peller propulsion. In contrast against 1,060545 boxes last week.

Richard E. Merritt. Pensacola; and fraudulent and introduce practices, defining in fraud conducting selves. ket in competition with Florida British Make Award McClure, Apopka; A. B. Michael. several of the earliest types of This week's shipments were 236-
287 boxes of 921.368 of
J. Lewis Hall Tallahassee: O. A. the affairs or elections of growers, without paying for the PENSACOLA rAP' Capt. P. Wabasso; Mrs. T. V. Moore planes were flown. oranges, and grapefruit 16.393 of;tangerines.Last .

Bute. Lake City: Ed Hemphlll. any voluntary association and Walker Quits Long privilege. W. W. Wootten, British Royal Miami: John D. Pennekamp week's were 252.339 boxes of
Jacksonville; Willard Ayres Ocala; providing severe penalties." 3. Action through the railroadsand Navy, attache in 'the British Em- Miami: Nelson P. Poynter St. Oil extracted from cherry pits grapefruit 770,13T of and
8. Henry Harris. St. Petersburg. Mathews added he thought it City Charter Fight U. S. Department of Healthto bassy at Washington, yesterday Petersburg and G. G. Ware Lees- has become commercially valu- 38.469 of tangerines.

Richard E. Merritt. Pensacola; inadvisable to disclose the namesof require metal containers of all presented a plaque to the Naval burg. able. Season's totals were 5415,647 of
J. Lewis Hall. Tallahassee; O. A. those who agreed with him on TALLAHASSEE rAP State imported honey, now coming into Air Training Base here in appre- Following adjournment the I grapefruit. 17,350.225 of oranges

Buie. Lake City: Ed HemphiU. the subject, but commented "thereis Sen. Walter G. Walker of Daytona Florida ports in wooden casks ciation for the training of British commissioners visited the Florida camp at Orange Lake as guests of and 2.441.338 of tangerines for a
Jacksonville: Willard A y r e a. no question that the proposal Beach is going to abandon as which have proved unsatisfactory.Metal flyers during the war. Power and Light Co.'s fishing Robert M. File vice-president. total of 25.307210 boxes.
Ocala; 8. Henry Harris. St. Petenburl' will -- ---.--
pass the Senate by an over- "hopeless" the fight he long has containers would preventthe

whelming majority, and althoughmy waged almost single-handedly for spread of a disease known 43 0
DeLand .
John L. Graham. ;
information is not as definite enactment of law the
a giving "American Foulbrood" with which
Lance Gainesville Robert
Lazenby. about the House. I am satisfied cities of Florida uniform charters."I .
Pleus. Orlando; 'Wallace Schaffer. much of the honey is infected.
that the majority in the House
Lakeland: William A. Lane. Mi- will be as substantial as that in do not intend to press my 4. Blocking of the proposed increase -
ami: Thomas Glenn. Sarasota; the Senate. fight for a uniform city charterbill in freight rates which the

William Earle Thompson. Tampa; Mathews backed similar legisla- : as I have In other sessionsof railroads contemplate putting into
Ben P. Barnes Jr.. of Mariannaand tion involving primary elections the Legislature," he said. "I effect 'on Florida citrus and farm

Richard 7. Robbins, West during the 1945 Legislative session have not receded from my products March 31. The proposed

Palm Beach. but was unsuccessful. original conviction but it appears increase in addition to recent increases -

Lawmakers 'to be next to impossible toed would boost rates to an
responding to the
Horse Show Set poll-representing less than a the cities in agreement: on approximate average of 35 per

majority of the House and Sen- anything cent over existing rates.
At Ocala March 30 ate, however-included one Legislator "It may be that some day some, 5. Furtherance of the Market-
who committed himself man wiser than I am will work ing Agreements Act of 1936, 1-
[Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star flatly to Sen. Mathew's program."I out a plan acceptable to all. which by amendments would allow
OCALA-AH breed horse show to I am going along with Mathews As a member of the State Houseof canners to take advantage of the
be held here Sunday. March 30. on his white primary bill" Representatives from Volusia provisions of the act.

under auspices of the Southeastern Sen. Charley E. Johns of Starke County Walker In the past two ,
Fat Stock Show and Sale Inc.. will declared. sessions was the leading advocateof During the war, 624 of Lon _

be the first such event ever staged Meanwhile Sea Walter C. Wal- a law making effective a 1934 don's 701 churches were bombedand

locally. ker of Daytona Beach said he Constitutional Amendment callingfor 91 totally destroyed.
8. E. Boardman of Jacksonville, could "conceive of no greater catastrophe uniform City Government.
.. 'Who has staged many successful to good government and
Every bill he proposed drew the League of Municipalities made
horse shows throughout Florida. clean elections than Sen. Math-
will handle arrangements and R. ews' plan. opposition of the powerful Florida of city officials and was.defeated.

O. Herrmann of Ocala will serve Rep. Perry Murray of Polk

as general chairman. County said he would have to study -
Scene of the show will be the the proposal but commented Survey Reports ImprovementIn

Municipal Football Field on West "I am very fearful that withoutany
Broadway. The program is slatedto State regulation fraud cor-

start at 1:30 p.m. ruption and bribery of voters and School Children's Health k ? d#PfRq;
There will be classes for pleasure primary cff' ',ls would become its! M t rr ; lea
horses for adults and. children rampant." TALLAHASSEE AP
[ ] Significant improvement in
'POny classes walking horses classes Rep. Harolu Gilmore of Su-
as a result of
well-planned school lunches
cow pony classes and gaited wannee County placed himself on
classes. record as personally favoring a has been reported at the end of a five-year study by the a .

There also will be a class for white Democratic primary "but University of Florida's Agricultural Experiment Station.

fine harness horses.Leesburg no workable plan_has_ been devis- The. investigators. Ruth O. Townsend, a registeredbelow
It is my opinion mat me I nurse; Dr. C. F. Ahraann, a 4
Tourney very least done and said about physician; O. D. Abbott and
this matter would be to the best R. B. French, selected a' small recommended standards for
Slated interests of all concerned." rural school to serve as a "lab- children of school age. As a con-
Program "I will vote against the white ora tOI'7." sequence, the first problem of
Specwl to The Sunday Sentinel-Star primary bill I believe unless The !school was not specifically major importance was to get the
LEESBURO Judson Lamoure they can show me that our Identified but was located in children to eat.
Jr. of Duluth. Minn. and a resi- lights will be safeguarded" North Central Florida, six miles One solution to the problem
dent of Leesburg. said last night commented Rep. Lisle W. Smith from a paved highway in a "section was reached by increasing the nutritive www ,aI5w..--...M AMMM rw wllr..w r 5Yala
that arrangements had been com- of Polk County while Sen. where nutritional problemswere value of recipes as muchas

pleted for the Leesburg shuffle- James A. Franklin of Fort Myers known to exist. Most of the possible making a small
board tournament to begin at 10 said he doubted the "wisdom or children's parents were property amount of food pack a big nutri-

.., a-m. March 12 at the Venetian necessity" of Mathews' proposal. owners or farm tenants of longstanding tional wallop. In addition appe- a picture in a lot of ways, Silent Zone mountings for tautness told yourself, "Well, someday..."
Gardens In Leesburg. Sen. Henry Baynard of St. Pet- assuring the workers tizers were served before the reg- I Irs '
n' beautiful Buickand from
Lamoure. secretary of the club ersburg declared himself opposed the school's enrollment would remain ular meal. big- quiet-everything rear-

announced, four teams of mixed to: abolition of election laws but relatively unchanged during At the end of the five-year experiment I axle strut rods to water pump seal Why wait for someday when '

doubles would participate for the favored some type of literacy test the a showed the
study.At survey
that have be followed
for The picture of things-to-come in all tidily buttoned up to give you someday may to
Gould Trophy a silver cup donated voters. the beginning of the test average child at the school from
by the late Pres. Gould of the Rep. William Lantaff of Dade 186 youngsters were given physi- being undernourished and suffer- automobile styling- long, followtbe best to be had today. by more waiting between

Orlando Shuffleboard Club. County said he was opposed to cal examinations. Ninety per cent ing from the ailments generally through fenders, sleek lines,broad order and delivery?
Scheduled to play are the City the suggested measure and Rep. of them were found to have gum associated with a poor diet had hoW
of DeLand and Peabody Clubs of H. B. Kelly of Collier County remarked ailments, three fourths were come much closer to attaining and solid look. You don't have to be told

.Daytona Beach, the Cocoa Club, it was his opinion **we anemic, and about the same num- ideal health. eyes follow you when you're beWhy not call your shots now-
and teams from DeLand. Winter should stick to a policy that has ber had more or less serious eye ;
i The of action hind this wheel. You can sample and make future will ;
Park.Orlando. New Smyrna Beach. been outlined and upheld by the irritations. More than half had LemoniuiceRecPe i picture dynamic sure your
Coronado Beach. Umatilla. Eustis. Supreme Court. Inflamed mouths and lips and 22 I with its bonnet jam-packed with for yourself the great ease of this be bright and happy?

.and Mount Dora. Lamoure sad Rep. Bourke Floyd of Franklin per cent had defective hearts. gallant traveler the comfort the
Checks RheumaticPain Fireball ,
'over 100 players would be in the County said he was "presently Nearly 77 per cent had some de- power, equally ready,
'tournament and 12 referees and: 12 opposed to the white primary gree of tonsil trouble-and 54 per ''I equally willing for creep speed room, the thrill-of-a-lifetime lift We'll take your order any time- 1

scorekeepers would officiate.two William measure.of while Indian Rep.River Alex County Mac- cent The suffered Investigators from chronic planned colds. I I Quickly Jaunt or quick-paced emergency that answers every nudge of your what't wrong with right now? 1

million bushels of apples gave no opinion but commented it highly nutritional menus for the I I H r..ass tram. rti wda arthrttto call. foot on the treadle.
RBttiB pals. trY this ttrnpta iMXpeaatr* BOMnrtp 1 1
overseas during 1946. was a controversial issue and youngsters supplemented with thai thoaatad an -.. G. a pwkf '-
might "bog down the entire extra minerals and vitamins for age RB-EX Compoottd a tw* ck nptitr.todaj. .
Mix H vttfe a ....r. .( wmtxr. wM tklok The picture; You've probably even
lative.program. Rep. R. B. Gau- severly undernourished children. ot 4 h noM lt. .MTN.. gnqyrol uw perfect poise-with ONz.p>i

tier Jr.. of Dade County indicated However the Job didn't end *a.d two pw..at.ttOKS C y.day.. a..d Cites nary wttbtB a. 4* k.'V.. plenty of roadweight for solidity- aD'lClc llJIs
he might vote for a white with placing the food before the .
primary -mnrttar mmcltt-n>i Ml B measure; "if it is possible to draw pupils the workers reported. If Ik. pet.. *> ad watt leave cushioned all around on soft coil q 2'8rs
__. !:
aDd U 41.. BO* l>vi mm let '
one that is constitutional. j "Contrary to popular belief." empty iMckw* sad mars: *1U gas y.. __. springs for jarless ease. Stt Af
Rep. J. Ed Stokes of Bay they said "malnourished children tan.. 10 try u H .ta auld by 7 w dnuxti. ud vataotat $
Boocr-lMek (naraDU* KoEsCompouad :
1 !
County quoted' a U. S. Supreme have very poor appetites and "Iot''u4' reooounendad 5yrrkb ctrRrys "SRS II-
Now.Available Court _decision holding Negroes I their food consumption is much .. .......-, aad .11 dna .tam I The picture of precise and exact* 'lJ1cO/L I cl .o.lItg"'GAll ro
are entitled to the franchise and t d II- r
A Limited Number rJ
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said "segregation at the polls IIQ II1fJu..
TRIED-and-PROVEN will. In a large measure solve .ances often closer than in airplane 1 std ,;:-Al,STlE'1NQ 7f 1o.Qut.7141'tsr0N$

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1. Washington Meets. Chattanooga Here Today \

Go 1f ......_ '<... r Page 8 g1; ** &unllay &tnttnrl-& Orlando, Florida March 9, W? I I

By BOB HAYES Cary, MartinWill Lake City Wins Baromie Five Captures j

... Nick, Altrock 71-year-old clown and coach of the Washington Hillsborough

: Nationals, who will put on a show for Tinker Field Pitch In

: fans this afternoon, is starting his 35th'season with Wash- B r Gold Medal TournamentSecondseeded
' ington and his 50th in baseball Altrock, who was a 9.x New State

; pitching great in the early 1900's, had the greatest "move"

to first base of any lefthander in Joe Tinker's book Tinker will Spring OpenerThe Baromie i Fish Markets of Tampa, paced

be able to put on his artiic1alleg in about six weeks Incidentally DaytonaDAYTONA by brilliant Herb Cline defeated a scrapping Orlando Jay-!

. Tinker has been:: named to another baseball Hall of Fame: the : Washington Nationals meet Cee team by a score of 33-21 last night to capture the annual -I 'A' Champion *

State ol Kansas"Hall of Fame the Chattanooga Lookouts here Gold Medal Basketball Tournament at Davis .
Pete Hartsaw, pocket-sixed guard on the Lakeland High Spots, at Tinker Field at 2:30: p.m. today BEACH rAP Co- With Armory.
and former Gator cage star, is one 'of the greatest shots for a little in the opening game of their lumbia High of Lake City won the ;Cline finding the range for 15 points and turning TAMPA CAP] HiHsboroufrti High

basketball player I've ever seen Orlando basketball fans, denieda Spring series of exhibition games.A Class B State High School basket- in a magniiicent' floor game the School's second seeded Terriers
this had fine turnout of close to 3,000 base- ball tournament here last night I Tamp ns applied plenty of pres- FINALS I came from behind last night to
school tournament as
State or regional high year ball fans is expected to see the defeating a game but tired Pom- sure in the second quarter to pull AKOMIE: an i JAYCEES 01. win the State Class A High School
a caliber of basketball as there has been in the State in the Gold away from the dead-game Or- ft NRti basketball from
? championship
Nats play the first of their 11home' pano quintet, 37 to 26. -fDewmore.
Medal tournament Ray Goolsby of Apopka is a Chattanoo&aLookout exhibition games. Pompano which had gone landoans who had upset a favored s anccbeg. roo O OiWblte, fAlchidiak. s i s I Fort Lauderdale's top-seeded Flyinz -
holdout Hiram Gonzales rookie Cuban outfielder on the entire Sebring Martin outfit in the :. 1204.Smith I 1. a L's.
through tournament
the Nats' squad, is a doctor Yin GrannelTs Florida SouthernColle&e Manager Ossie Bluege of 1946 the using only five players, made its semi-finals yesterday by a 32-30 Dri Cline.ado.e 0 2 7 1 1 IS 51 j,ProPJ Hudson>D. .c 3 0 a 1 I 1 I The Terrors led for a few minutes -
Nats has nominated two'
baseball squad is the first fielded since Southern moved first and only substitution in the score. Sebring entered the finals Collins 00 OSvafford ( 1 0 21 I at the start of the game but
Florida State League stars. Left- by downing Bumby Hardware the Fernando. (102.Itewtoa r 0 0 0'
from Palm .Harbor to Lakeland in 19%% hander Scott Cary and Right final tilt when Harry left the Rodntuex. I 1 1 3,o.Swofo 0 0 0 the visitors overcame that advantage -
game via the personal foul route. defending champions and top- ---I ___ and showed the way until
hander Howard Martin and Total
seeded entry 36-29. 1$ 3 33TotaI e 5 21' the
early moments of the last
"Red" Jones, popular American League umpire who got his start Bob Callan. a righthander op Lake City got off to an early Cline, who was the meet'shigh San Halftime by period score;: Baromie 1>. Jaycee 1 2 3.. quarter when the locals found the

In the business in the old outlaw Florida State League, arrived Friday from Chattanooga, to hurl three lead and never was headed although scorer with 51 points was Baromte _.---________.4 15 range to take the lead, game and
and worked his first came with the Nats yesterday Jones Innings apiece against the Pompano twice closed voted the tournament's most Jaycees -_______.____----7 2 3 title. .

will be aided in calling this afternoon's game by Bill McKinley, an- Lookouts. Washington's ClassA the breach to one pointThe valuable player by officials and CONSOLATION Hillsborough played he ds.up

, other junior circuit umpire who is assigned to the Nats' training Southern Assn. farm club. new Class B titlists, who also the tourney committee. He was SISRINQ enl t/ft tl.I| .UM.Y ffu.(Is) ball throughout last night's contest -
diamond Cary and Martin each won 22 are the Northeast Conference closely followed by Lakeland's Martin f 2 0 4
camp .' Dick Sauerbrun southpaw hurler on the Rollins Potter f 4 0 6 never lagging more than
and lost seven for the championship champions led 9-4 at the end Pete Hartsaw and the |AlUster.. r 2 a Jackson, f 0 0 0
Pope. f 2 1 S.Carping six points behind their -
f opponents
3 0 0
Orlando club last season 4 of the first 14-13 at the "Stretch"
quarter Propps. JayCfts'1 I Hand e 408 Mandt. ( I 1 11 ,
to vie for league hurling honors. half and 22-21 at the end of the The All-Tournament Haga 113.Morris, c a 0 4
Whittle. I 6 1 13 Arnold c 2 1 5 Fort Lauderdale led 7 to 4 in
{ third. which
Tiring badly called for
i'l a
1ILb M.sse. 0 0
> G Bluege also said George Case 0 Powers. ( 0 1 1 the first 13
1 to 9 the
quarter: in
unable to the announced follows M.TOT. c 0 0 0 Hoequtet.
RrvY 4 top American League base stealer keep up pace men. was as : I 0 0 1 1
of second, and 19 to 17 in
yLSr who was re-acquired this week STRUTS. STUFF TODAY- in the final stanza.; Whittle. Sebring; Propps.JayCees; Jay c 000.... .. ___ the third.
YDf/se diamond Cline, Baromie; Mick. Baromie i I Total 11 3 39 Totals II 4 44 Terriers tallied 19 points In
from Cleveland, would be in the Altrock
/YS4A'ETo w (G1 Nick popular Criswell led the Lake City scor- Hartsaw. Halftime score; Sebnin. 19. Bomb II.I I the final period.
starting Washington lineup for clown and coach of the Washington _ers with 17 points while Staples Lakeland; Car pin 0, I Ten players were named on the
the first time since 1945. Nationals starting his I I paced the losers with 13. Bumby Densmore. JayCees: Mor- I State AAU Tournament' All-class A State high school
ris Bumby; Hudson. JayCees; Del-
Two full Washington teams will .
Selected on the 10-man tourna- basketball tournament
\\\ share the nine-Inning stretch 50th year in baseball, will put I ment All-Star squad were: gado, Baromie: Mandt Bumby; : Entry List Limited Players selected were: tea m.

against Chattanooga with Bluege on one of his famous acts during Dora; Arnold Bumby and Pope, I C. M. Newton and Peter Fay
Winton Criswell and Pat Sum- Bill Dye Rutland's; Salter, Mt. TAMPA [API Because of the I
throwing a fair share of his Amer-
the WashingtonChattanooga merall Lake City; Dawson Zeigler Sebring. i limit of three days set for the of Fort Lauderdale: Eddie Flom
squad is a brother of Dr. C. A. Sauerbrun. local osteopath and former ican League opening-day lineup exhibition at and Barry Graves, Seabreeze Highof : of Plant Tampa: Fred Baity and
game Walter Hudson veteran JayCee
Florida A. A. U. basketball tournament
against Chattanooga at the out- -
'Washington and Lee southpaw star Wrestling Promoter TempleMason Daytona Beach: Gene Howell, guard voted the I Mac Williams Hillsborough of
Tinker Field this afternoon. was tournament'smost
: set. i only 16 teams have been : Tampa: Ray Bond St. Petersburg
this week switches from the light heavyweight wrestling string Pompano; Clarence Sellers St. Au- sportsmanlike player. I :
of Nick Gulas. Tampa, to the heavyweight grunt and groaners operating The starting lineup will prob- gustine; Willie Gunter, Perry; C. accepted from the Henry Hershfield. Miami Beach:

out of Jacksonville under Roland Kirschmeyer ably be Mickey Vernon at first Ashley, Apopka; Deno Cordullas Gil Dodds Wins L. A. Cunningham 31.apPlicants'j James Temple Leon of Tallahassee -
George Myatt at second. Gerald Bosox Reserves Tarpon Springs; and Bob Jaycox. I Recreation I ; Clyde Sweat. R. E. Lee of
Priddy at short Cecil Travis at Ocala. Columbian Mile Jacksonville and Toby Hertz of
admits 36 of
Walter Hudson, the "Ageless Wonder" who years rector said last Pensacola.
third and George Case Gil Coan I
threatens to quit playing basketball after some 20 straight sea- Cib'' (31) 0 f N t.ea"e.. (251 I f" tp NEW YORK rAP Gilbert The tournament sponsored an- HiI/.... (311 a f. IP FL brio (23) I f. hP
age and Joe Grace in the outfield. .
filed ......1..1 I 2" 4 "'.pla r I 1 a 13R ; Dodds galloped the second fast- nually by the Tampa Tribune, will /..f 2 I *Fq., t tll
sons The Bumby Hardware and,O'Briens Pharmacy have Frank :Mancuso: will start behind IUt..r 2 1 1 3 PI.lta.f e t cG..dee.f C'.I 1 2 I Mum 12 I
AAU Basketball Tournament in Tampa this WilliamsSARASOTA e Noen.e :t 117: est mile ever run on a stand- run March 141516. WIlt.L. 3 In Pooch .. I I I
entries for the State the plate In lieu at Al Stop Eris..ll r. t n.M........ I 5t ard indoor track last night when Heading the entry list are the 11.107. I I S.typ..e.. I I I
week-end "Stretch" Propps. one of the city league's better bas- Evans the first-string catcher 1"IIH... I 5111- "n."bl.1. 1 ",4 : o se.I I I a .s..ta.g c c c
he the Frank A. Brennan Bumby Hardware Quintet of Orlando -
Barn..1. e e 1 '.Rabl_ e e l s won G.oia.I I .f.etb. 1 5 1'B.k
is coaching who suffered In
five knee .
ketball players and standout on the JayCee now a injury (;01_.. e e II Columbian mile at the New York defending champions, and '. p,, I e e e
at Ocoee : H. Hal Toenes Chattanooga hurler, formerly pitchedfor yesterday's Intra-camp game. (tUPl] The Bos- Ta.l 1311. t 311 Twit, t: !1423 Knights of Columbus games by the Boromei Fishermen of Tampa. T..k time U wcorFon 1*M'' Tatall Landerdal I '13.!Sn.11
Halftime I'or -Late City 14. Pompano
the Deland Red Hats Joe Neidson. 1938-39 Islander catcher At least three 1946 Orlando ton Red Sox Yannigans: workedthe 13. 60 yards in 4:07.1. 1946 runnersup. HilliborouiD 9. :

is back in Daytona Beach now training with the Columbus American stars-First Baseman Bud Burns defensive shift to the right

Assn. Club Second Baseman Cal Ermer and against outfielder Ted Williamsand

Jack Neteher, bosky rookie Washington Infielder hit. 485 In Centerfielder Jack Lavelle-will stopped him about as effec-
4 games with an Army team that won the Army's. Italian championship see action with Chattanooga. The
Lookouts temporarily minus a. tively as the St. Louis Cardinalsdid
-04S well as all their 54 games At Sarasota Boston
first baseman at their Winter during the world series last
Bed Sox bosses are raving about Tommy Fine, the righthander
who pitched for Orlando AAB during the war, and who won 23 row Garden Bums training from the camp Nats, will for bor-the Fall as they upset the regulars

and lost 3 for Scranton In the Eastern League last Summer. Tommywon game. 2 to 1 in an Intra-camp baseball

17 straight at Scranton and had 2.05 ERA Wirt Gam- In the Intra-squad game at game.

mon of the Chattanooga Time and Allan Morris of the Chattanooga Tinker Field yesterday Burns t

News-Free Press are camped with the Lookouts at Winter cracked a two-run single off
,Garden and visit Tinker Field daily Clark Griffith and the Buck Newsom in the third inning -
handed Detroit batters took ad-
City of Orlando are negotiating a new agreement on the Nats'xraining of a six-inning tilt to help
base the Yannigans top the regulars vantage of a high wind to blast
J %.1, for the second straight time. ball after ball over the left field
Early and Walt Masterson &Qu9tef4)vee/
Wynn :
fence with youngster Walter
were on the mound for three
I i Washington/ Chattanooga Rosters | innings apiece against the' regu- [Hoot Evers getting the longest -

lars and each allowed three hits. blow. w'f
Here are the players and their numbers for the Washington -
Gil Coan's infield hit off Wynnin d tIli1
V .
Nationals and the Chattanooga Lookouts, wno meet at Tinker Fieldat I ,, eta to
the third, followed by Joe TAMPA [UP] Manager
2:30 pjn. today, for your reference during the game: Grace's double to right center, Johnny Neun of the Cincinnati

WASHINGTON 'i accounted .for the regulars' lone Reds announced that Ewell Black-
Pitchers Buck Newsom 00 Howard Martin. 42'; Sid Hudson 14; I run.Wynn's well. Clay Lambert and Johnny

Walt Mastemn.'35: Scott Cary. 23; Early Wynn.26; Milo Candinl, base on balls Earl Hetki will pitch against the De- s ,. ,16gSAYE

18: Rae SCarborough 21: Mario Pierettl.; Tom Ferrick, 40; Luman Wooten's double to right pre- troit Tigers today in the opening

Harris. 10: Luther Knerr. SO; Mickey Haefner 10; Bob Shore 27; ceded Burns' sharp single to give exhibition game for both clubs. ,

Rollan Miller 73: Ed Kubuski. 20; Bob Callan 25 r John Dixon, 60; the Yannigans their margin of Neun announced the rest of his A *' ,

Louis Aloma, 39; Vernon Curtis 36, and Charles Hiden. 70. victory. lineup as follows: Frank Baum- u

Catchers: Al Evans, 11; Frank Mancuso 3; Ted Madjeski, and YANNISAN1 r II e .1 I ItUUUIt..It .It r h. o. holtz. cf; Bobby Adams 2b; Grady t
....., Hatton. 3b Ted
John Mallus. 58. w""' SiiIiC..lf! lisle ; Kluszewski. lb:
L.-.!" 2" 1 2 1'b.tt.11' 3 c I 2 Clyde Vollmer, if; Ed LUkon rf I, MI
Infielders: Mickey Vernon; 4; George Myatt 24: Gerald Priddy -'Llf 3eS1eGs.rf 3elee ; ORANGE AVENUE DOLLAR 1

; o. Cecil Travis 7; Bud Burns 47" ; Eddie Lyons, 8; Johnny Sullivan. Netrbet.rf 8..1.. 3. s. I 1 ..vll1lOD.n.!'....,...., 3S1 seize c Ray, and Mueller Ben Zientara.and Ray, ss.Lamanno, /CHUCH SHEET You EARN? rr ;' I1 ,ai, tl ,', .

' 9; Sherry Robertson, 1 and Eddie Yost, 28. Rulti..Lf. liIiT..I.3,. SliceT..t.3b *
2. e 4 I R.brt..3b" Sell
: Outfielders: George Case 2; Gil Coan 22; Joe Grace. 19; Jack M.djkI.i2el3lPrI4dj." slits WEST PALM BEACH [UP]
"'",D.' 1 1 I e,E...... 1. 1iuy.oap .
etcher, 71; Mike Dominguez 39; Earl Wooten, 78, and Hiram Gon- ) e 1 .. eMmtwn: ... 1. l ii First baseman Dick Adams. who
ales 51. 1 x.._., 1. e was with Wenatchee of the West- J
Manager Ossie Bluege 30. Coaches: Clyde Milan, 31; Sam West, 1)1111.-., 1. I I ern International League last year, FIRST LLTIONAL WK Jrh

34; Nick Altrock. 33, and John Fitzgerald. 29. Totals 22 i t IS fl i| T,t.i! 2J 1 e II, was the only rookie named by
Score by Innlnta: Manager Connie Mack of the Ath-
CHATTANOOGAPitchers rannlcana 002 000-2
Gutierrez Renulara _"h__hhhn_ _______ i._ O01 OOO-1Errora letics in the lineup which will
: Henry Delay 8; William Dutto, 18; Joaquin
-Newaom. Priddy Rona batted in start against the Browns tomor-
8:; Frank Hadley, 15; Ralph Hendrix 17: Joe Jones 22: Carl Muerer, Burns.2. Or.(' Two-baie hlta-Woolen.Sullivan. ANYONEwith I

12; James' Mertz. 7; Marvin Stevens 11; Hal Toenes, 17; Ricnard to PrlddT Orare.to Vernon Coan.Left Double on plan basea. --My Y.nnicana tt- row.Other starters named were:

Weik 18: Alex Zukowski 10; Melvin Nee 21; Edwin Oliver 24 and Wynn 2.6.off Retu-ara>ewsom 9.1,Basea off. Miller on b.ll5-of 2, Struck: Elmo Valo, rf; Barney McCosky, ability to EARN t u

Raymond Barton. 16. out-07 Wynn 2. by Newsom 2. by Masterton cf; Sam Chapman If; Buddy Rosa I

Catchers: Del Friar 14: Bill Haste 20; Eugene Sears 17; Dick off Masterson.1. Hits-3 off In Wynn 3; off N 3"aom.in 3 innings 2 in 3., ;, c: Hank Majeski 3b; Gene money-has ability I

Wentworth:11 and Ted DeBonis. 10. off Miller 1 In 3. Hit by pitcher-by New Handley 2b; Eddie Joust ss, and
Infielders 4 Minor Scott 2 Jim Petrosky Cal som (Lyons Winning pitcher-Wynn. Los- pitchers Phil Marchildon, Jess to SAVE What I
: Ray Wilson, ; ; ; log pitcher-Newsom. Umpires-Jones.. Mobley. money yoU'
Ermer 3; Sam Meeks. 23: Angel Fleitas., and Norman Veazy. 24. Parker.Stock. Flores and Russ Christopher..

Outfielders: Jim Barkley, 8; John Sinnott. 7; Alex Kvasnak, 6: Earn is important. What

Rex Throop. 1: Charles Allen 19; Russ Miney, 13 and Jack Lavelle 14. Car Races S T, PETERSBURG [U P] 1

Manager Bert Neiloff. 25. Coach Dick Bass, 20. I Pitcher Slurry Dickson pint- you SAVE is more important!
:Today Close Season size right-hander and sole remaining -

holdout on the St. Louis The time to save is NOW
Yacht Club Holds Cardinal squad was scheduledto
At Track
On Trust Cops Daytona confer with club president
Sailing Races DAY TON A BEACH rAP Sam Brradon. who is flying here your earning ,
from St. Louis. .
.: Forty heavy-footed drivers will'vie
v for the 100-mne United States power is

Santa Anita. At Lake Conway stock car championship over the FORT LAUDERDALE [UP] ,.. .

The Orlando Yacht Club will resume hazardous ocean beach road rac- Burned up because the New York

regular snipe class sailing ing course here today. Yankees sent none of their regu-

ARCADIA. Calif. rAP E. O. races at 1:30 pjn. today on Lake The streamlined 1947 gasoline lars here for a training camp '" .
Slice and Son's On Trust,ridden by Conway with six boats scheduledto derby which annually leaves in its "game the Boston Braves blasted a .
Jockey Johnny Longden.on the participate in the races. The wake broken records blasted hopes crew of second stringers and rook- *
is invited the and sometimes death is the finaleof ies for 12
$100.000 Santa Anita Derby by public to view races a to 6 victory. IS\
frr-m the club's clubhouse on the Daytona Beach's winter speed f lrY
three quarters of a length over .
season. The postwar boom in
] A vet-
Harry Warner's W. L. Sickle yes- Three of the boats competingIn sports has struck racing here and eran and two rookies drew pitch- WJ .

terday. the three point score races two early season events broke all ing chores for the Philadelphia -, ,
C. S. So.'ard's Tropical Sea was today will compete in the :MidWinter : previous marks with a total attendance Phillies in their first training .. I. .i 't.4 J
third, with Warner's Stepfather .
Regatta at Clearwater of 37500. camp game today against the Bos- .Ti .
fourth to put both parts of his March 1316. The trio of boats ton Red Sox.Tommy .

entry in the purse money. The are Ray Stevens "Agnes," Char- FSL Directors Meet Hughes, a seasoned
winning time was 2:03: 1-5 two lie Maywall's "Frances" and R. campaigner, will start w h 11 e money '.;
full seconds behind the track T. Chipman's Twylite. At DeLand Today youngsters Dick Koecher, a lefty Regular Saving gives you I

record. Club officials said that boys interested [S'JeCial to The Sunday Sentinel-Star' ] and Homer Spragins, a right need it most. A
On Trust, rated nicely in sec in sailing would be given i DELAND Directors of the hander will follow up. when you .. .
ond place for most of the mile ..j{
the opportunity to sail after the Florida State Lea.gueill meet ,
and one-quarter route, took FIRST NATIONAL Savings Account
over races are over. here in regular monthly session at MODERN .
the lead rounding the far turn the Putnam Hotel at 10:30: a.m. EQUIPMENTWe / ,

and held off W.L. Sickle's Challenge Winds, Bad Weather today, with the DeLand Baseball have done away with offers a real plan for : ; .
to post a convincing. Club serving as hosts for the dinner the shaving mug and brush

The victory was worth $81.750 Delay Lakeland Regatta meeting. Plans will be set for EOLA BARBER SHOPA. Regular Saving. Savings I

to the Stice.s plumbers, of Eagle! LAKELAND [rAP High cold I II the joint meeting with club-managers L. Dickinson. Prop.

Rock. Calif. On Tr..atII.t'nt to the winds and extremely choppy umpires and sportswriters Orlando's only air-conditioned: shop that are insured up to $5,000. fI
post, second choice to the Warner I weather yesterday curtailed the I prior to the opening of the season 22 E. Washington SU

entry, which closed at 6-5. annual International Motorboat'I April 15. Always available. Why not '
On Trust paid $6.10 $330.$3.00: Regatta on Lake Hollingsworthhere.

W.$2.50 L.and Sickle Tropical returned Sea $4$250.40. and Vic. Scott of Forest Hills. Long open an account today! Fist t. National 1

Island N. Y. holder of.the World's
Championship for Class C Hydroplanes -
owned by B. F. .
Whitaker won .
won the only heat for BANK
the Louisiana Derby $20.000 addedat
boats in this class run off yester-
the fair grounds here yester-
to day. The races are scheduled to .: .
day close the 75-day Winter .
meet. Lady's Ace won second and continue today. 25OF ORLANDO :i

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: i 2 j -, Baseball To Observe 'BabeRuth Day' April/ 27

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9 1947 eljr Juntos S>rtttinrl-&tar :
[Orlando, Florida, March Page 9

; ; Fans PlayersTo Betz Kramer

Total of135 Entries Named Havana Cops Favored Duo ,

Honor For Kentucky Derby Field Gain Finals Win Indoor

LOUISVILLE [UP] A total of 135 threeeyear-old State 'c' At Miami

Famed SluggerMIAMI horses, including 46 which either won or placed in stake I Net TitlesNEW

races last year, have been nominated for the 1947 Kentucky MIAMI rAP Defending Champions -

LTL Derby to be run on :May 3, Col. :Matt J. Winn an- Cage Title Ben Hogan and Jimmy De-

BEACH [API Baseball nounced yesterday. I maret. defeated Dick Met and YORK [UP] Jack Kramer -

: Commissioner A. B. Chandler yesterday I The list -included 108 colts. 20', Chick Harbert. one up on the 36th and Pauline Beta two tornadoes

-- :_ paid unprecedented tributeto geldings and fillies. Most of U Time. Htmet Squad and Keynote were I FOur By Own ORMUND Staff Correspondent POWERS green last night to enter the from California smashed through

the sultan of swat by designating mt *lni. finals of the $10,000 international final round matches yesterday to
the nation's leading juvenile colts I Blue Border now owned by Ortrntree MOUNT DORA-The top-seeded
Stable was another hizhljr-rrcardrd four-ball. golf tournament. win the national indoor men's and
Sunday. April 27. as "Babe : en-
were named for the 73rd runningof I try The Son of Bimclcrh. equaled Sara- Havana Bears romped to the
Ruth Day.. the $100,000 Classic. Several :toxa'a 6l, furlong mark in the Hopeful. I I State class< C basketball championship Later, with night already ar- women's singles tennis champion-
and the furious recordin
# ., I Stakes broke six
4I / j1IEU1 In statement, the commissioner op-notch fillies, however. headedby winning the Grand Union Hotel Stakes ; here last night by defeatingan rived. Lawson Little and Uoyd I ships.

said appropriate ceremonies C. V. Whitney's First Flight. I Warren Faultless WrUht. Calumet winner of Farm)tialeshaFiamngo hasnominated outclassed. third-seeded Chu- i :Mangrum.: drew a two-up victory J Both were at the peak of their

would be held at every major Stakes. Fervent. Pad Lock. Bal- '' game. Kramer swept through tall
:$: -, league tame and there would bea the best youngster to race last snred and Peppy Nell. Calumet won the muckle Eagle five 48-16. in one I' over Sammy Byrd and I i
DerbY with Whirlawar: In 141 and Pensive Bob Falkenbur of Los Angeles
Johnny Revolta the 36th
: special nation-wide radio season. were missing: in 1944. jof the most one-sided finals in on
t. t 4 t r1 <, :: ,6-1, 6-2. 6-2. shortly after Miss
> broadcast as "an expression of The top juvenile named for Three owner hi addition to Hrlix named the division's history. I green. '
> ,
,, '.. :" :SkHN" >>.(,., .. .<> affection to one who has contributed four horrco' each These were Grrentree Beta routed plucky Doris Hart of
"' '''''0 f( *>' 4< < the mile and a quarter race wasRldzewood Stable which won the race In 1930 and The Bears after being held to The Hogan-Demaret team will 1
so much to our national 1942 with Gallant Fox and Shutout. Kin Coral Gables. FUu 6-2. 7-5 to take
Stable Double Jay meet the Mangrum-Little duo
f ., Mi :Yi.C .'{ ;.; ; sport-baseball." winner of the Kentucky Jockey, and Ranch C. which V. Whitney.wan with Assault last rear,I a the 9-6 first advantage period turned at the on end the of !I'I today in the finals. the"omen's title.

[Our Own Staff Photo McCollum: The text of the commissioner's Club Garden State James H. BrIan Stud. Brookmeade Farm. Circle .
M Farm. Frank PrankrI. C. S Howard. heat and using 10 players, scoredat As indoor champion, Alls Beta
statement: Connors Memorial and the Alfred O Vanderbilt and Loots B. Mayer: North Carolina State
PEE WEE FAVORITE SHOWS FORM-Nine-year-old Bobby All Americans and others interested Newport Stakes. .rh named tbrrr honps. will to win going away. sU't'ffdsIrs.. Helen Pederson

of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tyler of Dubsdread Apart- The Mayer horsea were amone those Ribbanr of Cambridge...
Tyler, son in sports throughout the Education the leading money- auctioned at Rant Anita last month and The Mount Dora girls team Wins Southern MeetDt'RIiAM. .
shown here in few before world have been concerned in His Stepfather and Capt. Flat now belong who eliminated by Miss
ments, is getting a practice swings recent winning juvenile in 1946"ith a to Harry M Warner. Stepfather eastS2OO winner of the Central Florida X. C. rAP] A was
the first annual Florida State Pee Wee Golf Tourna- months over the illness of one total of Bean Hart in a semi-final match.
entering $164.473. was not nomi uoo and Capt Place 13O OOO Conference' and District Seven determined favored bunch of

ment at Dubsdread Country Club next Saturday and Sunday. of"George baseball's Herman most beloved'Babe' Ruth figures.is nated. L Na.h.J Collins the other$24.000.Mayer: nomination, cost lassies division, scored a close freshmen from North Carolina The second-seeded doubles teamof

Cosmic Bomb and his stablematet Jobs- Other top Juvenile entries included Jet State fought a successful uphill Miss Hart and Billy Talbert,
Looking on is another entry, Thomas Amidon, 727 W. Stetson.; now recuperating from a serious own. Lad71: Are and Miss KImo also Pilot. Colonel O'F. I. Will. Phalanx. Pile,. 24-23 decision over a scrappy
operation."In were entered Cosmic Bomb cost William Mrl Eppley: Delegate. John Pride. Bra- I I'rnatilla sextet in a preliminary battle last night to"in the Wilmington Del, upset topseeded -
*: Q Helis S29SOO as a yearling but proved I bancon. On Trust. Peace Harbor, Pepand I Southern Conference Basketball Miss Bets and Kramer In the
order that fans players, and a barcain when be earned O8S6S last and Yankee Valor game
Tournament with 50 to 48 decision of mixed
a finals the doubles. 6-4.
Pee Wee Golf the management of the game ye.Mls Kimo. BP6 Ann Mae and Say Blue I been I. Will declared and out Delegate of the rare however and have surh The all-State class C team over North Carolina. 64.MTHCOI. !
Tourney might have an opportunity to led the few top ranking fillies which were top flight colts as Grand Admiral. Donor picked by coaches and officials --
unite in a salute and join in a ominated. Such track fillies .. Carolyn: I and Royal: Governor hare not been nominated. 1
A. Pipette. Cosmic Missile Four Winds. included: Charle Brass< and Rob-
prayer for his early recovery. Sunday bie Howell of Apalachicola; Don

April 27, has been designatedas Williams and Pat Butler. Havana:

Opens Play SaturdayThe 'Babe Ruth Day.' Appropriate Moore Sets Tom Kelly Poplar Springs: ..1.Diamond. .
Judge Mark
ceremonies will be held at every .' Chumuckle: Charles

major league game. A nation- Horton. St. Joseph; D. Helms

first annual Florida State Pee Wee Golf Tourna- broadcast.wide system will carry a special ForTwo-Year-Olds in Workouts Lyman; Glenn Davis Greensboroand
Bill Johnson; JI illa rd. Hon

ment, a links event restricted.. youngsters who haven'tpassed "The commissioner earnestly orable mention went to Charles

the 12-year-old mark, opens a two-day stand at hopes that every lover of base- I r DAVID [PIGGIE1} FRIEDMAN Phillips Poplar. Springs; .. Wear

Dubsdread Country Club next Saturday. A field number- ball will participate. (fThe Sundoy Sentinel-Star Harness-Horse Expert] I j Archer;,E. Salter Chumuckle and

ing close. to 75 contestants_ is expected to compete. There will be no collections The highlights out at the Florida Livestock Exposition, (I Ed vares.Sirmons and Bob Hall. Ta- I II Ii

-Denny Champagne Dubsdread I. no advance in prices at the parks. Inc., half-mile track the past week were the training per- I I

pro. said last night that entries: champion and holding seven con- This is not a fund raising event.It formances from the Ben, White and Arden Homestead HAVANA (48 I CHUMUCKLC: UC i
were expected from Leesburg. is an expression of affection to It ft tl.l f. ft tl.B .
the Winter Stables. Miller. f 5 2 Diamond.. f 1 I 3
Ponte Vedra. Tampa. Jacksonville. secutive victories on one who has contributed so muchto Butler. f 4 2 10,
Hartcn.: I 215
Gainesville. Daytona Miami as circuit will make the awards. our national sport-baseball." Trainer Ben White drove the two-vear-old trottine colt., Williams e 2 3 71,.. e 000 t THE TROPICAL SUIT THATTMBREATHES"FRESH AIR */V...
well as a good-sized Orlando rep- Local entries received to date include I Judge Moore owned and bred by fr B. Miller. I g 2 2 4 3 8 7 J E 58ltrr.S.lter. I g 3 0 0 0 1But. 0

resentation. Vincent and David Hughes. W N. Reynolds, sired by Volstead. m.: E B. Webb.. Indianapolis. Ind ; C. C. Drnr. g 0 0 0 Miller I 0 1 1Or.y.
Gov. Caldwell f 0 0 0 Cook" 0 1 1Burns.f
Dam Coleen Ireland g
a mile in
Drawings and pairings will be Bobby Tyler Jamie and Binky Morrison. Tounistown. Ohio: Dr. Vet. E. 204 $29
made Friday night after the entry Cone. Bubba Champagne. Bobby 2:22.: last half in 1:09. a season's RU. Blue Bell. P..; Forest Ward. Char- Morgan, ( 0 0 01
record for loUvUle. Va. and George M. O.h.nD.IDdl.oapolla. I Fisher I '0
deadline ha expired. Champagne Clark and Donald Bisplinghoff. Honors Scribes two-year-old trotters Ind. _!j
and for either sex or gait and the Totals 17"4SiTotals, e.iSI
added. Out of town entries include Don .
fastest mile trotted by a twoyearold Owner A. NiUke sold: eto" i I Peore by: pe lod.h Il 2 31 4
which is to both Eubanks. Daytona. Rodney Grif green trotter John '' Trainer Havana 45Cbumucie
The field.
open over a half mile track in the __ __
I I 111I
S 6 0
fin. Howey-In-The-Hills. and Club Harrr Pyle.: The price of the transactionwas -
boys and girls will be bracketedInto United States or at any Winter ;I *
not divulged
age groups. There will be Johnny Sweeny. DeLand. training track for this time of the I'
three divisions in both the girls rAP Gov. Caldwell put : The Arden Homestead Stable due to Eternal Reward Wins

and boys fields-contestants up to Grapefruit League Menu in several plugs for Florida as a year.Trainer Harry Pownall drove ship out last Wednesday: has been delayed -
due to sending the wrong expressI Gulfstream FeatureMIAMI
baseball "Spring training State"
eight years old. youngsters between the Arden Homestead owned e.r.I .
(Mr The Associated PresslThis last night as he honored baseball [AP] Eternal Reward
8 and 10, and between week's major league exhibition champion Titan Hanover 151, t rji5-
10 and 12.According. lamps In Florida writers and team managers at a paired with Beatrice Hanover 151, put on a burst yesterday to cap- ,
to present plans as SUNDAY-At Tampa. Detroit TS Cincinnati dinner here. ture the featured $7,500 Biscayne
at Sarasota. Philadelphia (NI vs. a mile in 2:14',2, last quarter in I Sports Shorts I II
outlined by Dubsdread President Boston (AI): at Fort Lauderdale. New York More than 100 writers. team officials :31 4 and set a season's record for Bay handicap at Gulfstream Park
(A-No. 2) vs. Boston (N) at Miami Beach and sports leaders attendedthe
Malcolm Davenport medal play ; all ages and at either gait.over a by a length and a half. I
St. Louis (A) Orlando.Chartanoosa .
will start at 10 ajn. Saturday overa (SA TS) v Pittsburgh*. Washington.: at reception and dinner.In half mile track. The N. Y. State Athletic Commission Eternity was second by a length

nine-hole route. Finals are TUESDAY-At Clearwater. Detroit TS a speech prepared for delivery The following are the workout from and a half and K. A. O'Connor's
Philadelphia (N); at Sarasota. Cincinnati the Governor told the the various stable.- AU are 2-year-old I has refused Marty Servo,
scheduled for Sunday and Statesman trailed by same
are '
TS. Boston A>- at Fort Laederdale. St trotter unless specified numbers in parenthesis L A'A 1?
: baseball folk that teams have former welterweight champ license -
limited to nine holes. Louis (At ,, Boston N): at West Palm indicate their .ae.)' a margin to pay show money.
Winners of all nights will receive Beach. Pt'tsburah TS Philadelphia (A). found after foraging about In .CN WHITE STABLE i to try a comeback Sam

trophies from the Dubs- ,WEDNESDAY Detroit: at Clearwater Lakeland.Boston CincinnatiTS (A) vs other Southern and Southwestern rained Trainee the Ben various White members and son.in Improved Gibnon. Snead polder of the British Open I t IA1J1i
Philadelphia tN>: at St. Petersburg. St States for several years, that
dread Country Club while the Louis (Ni .. New York (A). at Miami Florida Is the top choice for form the a past mile week In 230'4: Madison--3S1;Banoversorked handy: : Golf title, has not decided whether 1 A1iIi.flIIIE4hL.
tournament winner will notch Boston (N) Pltubunb.t MiamBeach.
Beach. TS : Spring training bases." Amee Scot in 2 34"4-:39 S and workeda he will defend his title this .
Philadelphia (A) TS St. Louis (AI.
a leg on the three-year trophy vuarter In :35 at the end of a slow /
THURSDAY-At St. Petenbur St. .He said the publicity Florida received mile. The two pacers the colt Titan Hal Summer Doctors report ..1oeDiMaggio's ?
donated by The Orlando Sen Louis (N) y.. Ww York (A): at Lakeland 121 In 2'32-:.34 and the filly Bantamite
from the Spring training
Washington vs. Detroit: at PortLauder- (2) in left heel is respondingwell
tinel-Star. 23335.: latter two trained it
dale. Pittsburgh TS Boston 011; at Se- activities "cannot be overesti- ff2
imprce-Ively. The following timed their
f Mrs. Mildred [Babel Zaharias bring Cincinnati TS. Newark OL; a, mated." last quarter at the end of their slow to penicillin treatments and flw:
l the National Woman's Amateur West Palm in :37a: Nibblemite In :3T*: at an early date.
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At St. Petersburg Detroit TSSt.
FRIDAY- to say that so many teams are Her Grace In :J.; Wilbur Hanover in
Louis (N): it Sarasota New V:... (AI :3S'.: Bright Star in :38. and Monroe Emory tankmen outswam the a
vs. Boston (A): at Clearwater. 'incinnatTS training in this State that some- Hanover in :.; the trotter Niblik (3> m U. of Florida 41-34, yesterday but
Philadelphia (N) .' --o t .-aim Beach.
worked the saying that "in handy >
one up mile In 2:27-:34 .: Janes <4) I
Plttsburih TS. Philadelphia: (AI); at San- paired with VUllina Hanover (3) had to call on a fast relay team to
''., .. the Spring baseball's fancy turnsto in 235H
ford. St. Louis Toledo AA
-:3a"i; Adrian Hanover <3) paired with break a 34-34 tie Two ex-
SATURDAYAt'S.rasot.. St. Louis (N) Florida. Deanna Hanover <3> an evenly rated mile ,
Graham former U. f -
Marines. Joe
) at St. Petersburg Cincinnati .
TS Boston A : The Governor was introduced in 239': latter five linhtly trained 0'" / .
TS few York (A): at West Palm ARDEN HOMESTEAD STABLETrainers of Florida end, and Ralph J. .'
Beach. B .ton (N) vs Philadelphia (A>; by Gabe Paul assistant to the : .
I II at Clean.ter. Kansas City (AA) vs Phil Harry Pownall and Joe McF.ddeo Grant, who played at Bucknell, ; ::* ,
of Cincinnati dropped the
president various membesa down .
adelphim ,N); at Orlando, St. Louis (A) vs.Wash.nT added to the Green BayPackers' ..
: were
some seconds in their work as all are due .t'l *OC
..... Among the guests was Will Har- I 't'
: I to ship out to Hollywood: Part Inile- roster The Florida .
ridge. president of the American i wood. Cat, where the pacing season openson ..
BACH SIGNS AGAIN League.v' April 11 for 27 days of Grand Circuit Gators completed their third weekof >
WoMsFaestFs, races. Farcry worked a mile in 2:31-: Spring football practice with a .JJ .. =
llETROIT [APJ Joseph A.
:34.: the following 3-year old trotters. = "
full that found Head
(Joel Bach one of Notre Dame's American Ballad a mile in 2:17-::33.; Oale scrimmage
ide d.I famed Seven Mules under Knute Lake-Orange League Dean in 217'32.: latter a fast trick Coach Ray Wolf alternating teams
Marco Hanover in 2 18-:32. the fast filly.:
Rookne in 1924. has signed a new Meets Monday NightThe Scots Guard. In 22234. handy: ; Walter freely. .ATOMrAtaCIClQCWIDS
aid Tackle
Spencer. <4> worked toe forepart of the
contract to continue as line coachof first meeting of 1947 of the week: a handy mile in 2:IB'.-:311,. latter IIEMSLEY TO WED
the Detroit Lions of the Na- at a rate of 2 05 for the mile
officers and directors of the ama- ::drtb.: CLEARWATER (API Rome
tional Football League.FISHING pacIng colt Vslan (2> fit.2:38- ,I
RfsEAMa teur Lake-Orange Baseball League 36. | Hemsley veteran Philadelphia j
will be held at the offices of Justice I Phillies from t
Trainer E. Pownali trained the various catcher slipped away ALT
PARTY I of Peace Morgan Howard at members in Improved form. worklnc the training camp Friday and obtained r- '

BOAT Winter Garden at 7:30: p.m. Mon- Arden scot (2)Homestead-owned) a handy mile pacing in 2.34:36 colt.,Mam-. a license at St. Petersburg to I ;

Steele Hanover a mile in 2'40:3S. the marry Barbara Copeman of Brant- .
Perch & .ream Month .. March. On day.Election of officers for the trotter. Golda <6>. in 2 20-..35 bandy: ; ford, Canada. Under Florida law ) OF)
Apple Hanover (9> '
in 2
Lake Aeopka New Cabin Cruiser. Mates: 24'4-:33 and
-T lUll SPII T to II Persons day WOo U II ta 7 Persons forthcoming year and formulationof the pacer Expendable ISI. in 2.21:3. the marriage ceremony can't be
day S30. Reservation Phono 44IChart. a league operating schedule H. YLE: STABLE performed for five days.
., Fishine. Service Box 3724 Orlando. Trainer Hsrry Pyle: lightly worked the
N( 5321.MAXLFLOR FU. will be tops on the list of business various members the paotwee k. The pacina -
confronting the league body.' colt Oho Hal ((2). worked a mile in BASKETBALL RESULTS PLEASUREINTO:
2.40:3< .. a fast trick Mercy Abbey (Hi.gh School
in 2.41 Vi-.38. Gremlin (5) in 2:25' -:33. Class A Tourney Finals:
thl> p.cer. The Judie DlrecUy (6) paired Hillsboromh J.. Fort Lauderdale 25.
with the trotter. Guy Happy 'Tbouihtain Class B Tourney Finals:
23335. Lake City 37. Ponwano 2*. WHITE '
FLOYD HA-.IS: STABLE Class C Tourney Final: ) A jfUMHERllitli
: The trotters. Katherine Tipton a Havana 4*. Chumucklo II. .
handy mile in 2:26 ..34 t Va and l..l .I I Celisse, ) SHIRTS
: Mite (6* in 2.23': .--33'. and the pacer Masen-Oixon Tournoy:
r Frisco Pat (71. In 240--.35"-,. American .1. John Hopkins 43 (consolation -
=== .-- Trainer Cbappel worked the various Southern Conference Finals! $3.95
members in improved form. Hiltown a NC. State 50. North Carolina 4*.
mile In 2. Regular Colleoe Games)
4i--:J8. th> pacing cult Mo Mo
: Direct (2>. in 2 40--.37 Va: the pacers. Wyn- Syracuse 45. Cornell 30.
E-Law . a mile In 2;35--.33. Gay Adam U.,. State 77. Rutgers *$. a Northcool Tropical In your
III) in 2:34-:35. Pure Gold (4) and Ore: Wisconsin 72. Purdue 50.

I .'. Castle Trainer 141 in B.2.36I-:35t5.J. Proffltt: worked the 4e.rol" I: Penn Boston State U. 74.71.Tufts Colgate 53.M.echester -G a/i possession-you have good reason to enjoy
... 1jee4I
trotter. Musket Hanover a bandy: Hamilton M.
mile in 229--33'-.. Vale to. Harvard 3$. Northcool lets "ruteasy"
: YOUR TOM BE'-Sf STABLEAt I Kentucky C*. Temple. 2t. I IOtJaicr. Me* '- summer to the fullest. you
.Mite Track. SwmnoJo Drivin* Park) Dartmouth 7$, Princeton S3. :
Trainer Tom Berry and assistant train Columbia ...73.Penn St 206 N. Orange Ave. mentally-comforts you with the knowledgethat
Notre' Dame Marquette $*
ers. W. Haliam and B. Mulloy. trained
the various members In fair time and in i Oklahoma. A YM 57. Tulsa 31.
TRUCK improved form. The pacers Poplar Volo (2) you don't have to worry about your
paired with Kisco Dale <2> the mile la
2 32'a-:3: >-. with the last eighth in -14'.; I Northcool takes care of all your
Poplar F-DR. <2) in 233-.33'? handy appearance.
the trottpra. Arnold H.no.er. paired with !: I I
QUALITY Voloptuous in 2.32-:32"; Highland Las I longings-keeps you cool through thousands ,
si* la 2.34-34; ; RoliO in 2.3534: ;
( Whippet Charlie paired with Dr. Malonein
l 34'S.jI;1oJ in inch of the fabric-keepi you {
23831. The 3-year-olds llchtly WHAT VdLi 'tOiJ o 0I 1ssa sQud of"air-ways" every .
trained the trotters. Nymph: Hanover a WHEN 'tj (iRQWUPUkKME. I .y OH'thOlN6 ON
;1 {: SERVICE milt in 232: -JS. War: Yonder in 2:321ra- wrinkle resistant quality. Add
: :3$ and the pacers Poplay Byrd.: in 2.32'\. neat with ,
-;33*.; Direct Chief in 2.3134 and Ann I .1PcoucE! 1 STATE AUTO !
Bellows in 2.33-:3.V r. C tailoring refinement to this add handsome
; L; Trainer P. F. Hilmer worked the three BODYWORKS
1' member of the stable in improved form
HEADQUARTERS the last .week, the trotter. Letor (I' a pattern and color. The combination makes for a
:, : mile in 2 12--32V,.; the pacers. Star Ten APED THEIR HK.M CTAMOAAP.OF .
I <8>. in 2.14-J2J. and Don Wormy ($> I RELIABILITY. miss.
: much too ood to
'it In 2.Ifr-.33'.. pleasure
.-- Owner Lea Murphy worked his 3-year-:
old trotter. Whippets Will in 2 38-.34- .
,; i i Use our modern service facilities-for assurance of quality TRACK NOTES AND VISITOIIS
Visitors Mr. and Mrs Julio 8. Mcln-
I tire. Charlouvllle. Va: Mr. and Mrs. J-or- 1
1 truck We service J mao Myer. Hamburg. N. Y.: Mr. and
servicing. trucks promptly Ilj\ 1i
efficientlyand UrL R. Walsh. Ooshea. K, Y; Mr. and i 1j
I Mrs. GMclaughlin.. Dululh. Minn.; W.
i Y. Malone. Wlnaton-Salem. N. C.; 1. A, j
economically. Pressley: Detroit MKB. F. Groves. Buffalo. 1j
M. Y.. C. K. Reynold Winston-Salem.
I N. C.. cuest of W. K. Reynolds. Clark II General TIRESand
Griffith president of the Washington j
baseball clab. accompanied by Mike Martin
club trainer Abriam Boyd.: CambridgeCity.
: Ind: Mr. and Mrs. Kay Ward and
Mr. and Mrs. David Ward. Bloomington f



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. Page 10 it Ir; &unbag etl1ttud-etar Orlando Florida, March 9, 1947 I Sanford Farmers Market ( I Britain 'Bled

The following prices reported by

national Securities. American Republics the Dealers on the Sanford State

, Stock Market Mesabi Iron and Niagara I Closing Stock Quotations II I Farmers' Market for produce sold

, Hudson Power. Resistant were to Truckers and Dealers up to War'DUBLIN
Electric Bond and by
American Gas. 12:01 ajn. March 9. 1947:
Closes Fourth STOCK IN TNt SPOTLI.1fTNEW 5(41. .MugS' Law LanIIh.oi
Share and cities Service. Turn I Apples box ._. $3.75 .
YORK (AM .. .. da*!** Brie* -; '3.
over here was 220.000 shares versus .M nat chawaa *f his IS must actm Central ..... 52 28 S 25*. 26 Beets! doz. bun. $0.75-1.00
100.000 last Saturday. stock yeatardair ..terl.... Iran ...... 14 12U 12la 12V 50 lb. TAP Capt. Hugh J.
Bearish Week CmwrM & kav 30.255-PA ft* cl a.... Cabbage. sz. SO.75-110
....... SI SI
2 Bonds spotty. Major commodities I. Har>e ter 6 SI
were Artnaw a> C* t .-O.-14 no chan. .. fat Nick Can ....... 2') 32 S1H Jl\' Carrots. doz. bun. SO.75-0: .S5 Delargy. labor member of the

resumed their climb. At Nash> Kehr 1J.eM-1* fmnira mum VsGm Ma at Paper .......... 22 47>i 4444 46 Sal Cauliflower, crate L. I. $2.75-3.00 British from Manchester -
DOW JOMEI AVERAGES M RR 1.s0s-22 > Parliament
Chicago wheat ended up 21 n to Mate fjaa SH snows ... Tel A Tel...... S2 1.S ..',. 148..1ne. ".
NEW YORK (UP) Celery
Golden crate $700-775
avaraaassttocka. .4',i cents a bush l. corn ls. to 2, aaua Steal .20 -MI,* m nw. *./fc t wrote In an Eire newspapers

: ONto Mia. LM Claaa ....c" and oats 3/4 to l'/i. Cotton was i U S Staal .,1**-Tl minu. ** A L Stl ....4. 40 35 3'S 54\ Celery Pascal crate $500-575 l: \ that "Britain can never
3. I0* IT*JJ 1T...* 1TV4. 17S... af I JlM lot TX 5 Tel l.--a minus V.* K Collards, doz. bun. $050-1 yesterday
rails 4tJ4 4'.*4 4*.IS 4'.33afB\4S up $US to $3.20 a bale. Am Paw S U TOBW-i4 move *+ .4r.__ \ of the
IS ort... H.M H.a >I.*S M.It aw '. 3U Pan Am Airw 7.301-.12** muni* */. K.. City Smith... 3 24% 24% 24% Lettuce, crate ice pack $3.75-4.25 t'. again be a military power
.t'ks. 11M U.tl aJJa IUI eft ..4a The Big Board slipped a shade Am W.*... T.1M- 1V.. !....... V* eaaerottCap: ..... 26 'S45V, 45% Onions. doz. bun. ,; order."
$0.75-050 first
5.45.. Claaa .... CM Monday on 69>,tO( shares and Am Airfenaa *_1. ne chant KI'ttJd Co .......... 1 46Vs .6.Va ..6nLaeleote kI' "
4* ....... _- 14.I* uM ...7la back a trifle Tuesday on Pied l.-as nilonc t, Onions 50 lb. sx. ... 1101.35 -: I "It is bled white by war. he
lit rails. ___ _ I....7 '.Mla came aVP III sa H 5415-3101 owAss .. London
week's smallest Cas ,. ... 18 6 5% 5% Peppers. choice. bu. hpr. $5.00-7.00 said in a dispatch from
the ,0(5U.
&1'0 ClBEW 1.300-27%
In* rail* *>-2t: -as M- Lehnch. CAN .....
9 11 10% 11
!' ..til. ,_ ._ HTJ4 sf ...2la total. Eastman Kodak jumped Li1>-o.F (;1.., ...... a SOV Potatoes. Red Bliss published in Pres. Eamon deValera's
______ .B4Tr tORX. A7J rio.... mtock.Md .: 51H SOto
inatt __ It4.32 af a
.i actwn.--. in tacks -wd i It .va?aaa* 3i on a splitup proposaLThe *. Hip Lm La.tCT Libby Mcf A I, .... 10 10<.4. 10'. 10% 50 lb. sx. $1.75-2.25 Irish Press for which

vaster**?: Industrials.. SCAM: rails" SUM best upturn of the week A l.ill" A MY B .... 3 87 115" B6V, Sweet Potatoes bu. hpr. $2.25-2.50 Delargy Is Parliamentary corres-
Btrtittas.. H.lM-tetaI. 1MJO. .% .Bnll Mat ..... C 1%. ... .HAir xMkheed.. Aifc. ...... S 1S% IS' 1S% Tomatoes 40 lb. crate $5.50-7.50 pondent.
eventuated Wednesday with buying RedoctHM ....... 5 54 34S J.% Loews I.. ......... 6 2S'. 23% 23%
MARKETS AT A GLANCE based mainly on the thought Alatka Juneau ..... S S<* 5V. 5'11 Lonllard (C{ ...... 14 20% 20 20 Tomatoes crate 36 one 5# Delarry recalled that Winston

NEW YORK CAPI8tocltDrpnaHd that the list was due for a techni- All.'....' Crp ..... 24 a", 444 .'.% M lb. cartons .._._ $5.75-6.00 -
continue Churchill remarked
: selling Allr. Lad Btl ...... I1.S 42' 4 2' Mark Tracks. ....... 4 51% 51 51 30t. once
Bond*-Lowerrails teztilt decline mill demind. cal revival. Gains ranged from Al Chm A Dj. .... 1 170 170 170 Mae, (R H] ....... 5 3d 37% 37%. Turnips bun. $0.85-1.25 had not become Prime Minister

Cotton CHICAGO-Prm.: one to three points with several Alh.-Ch Mig ....... T 3S<4 35 35V.AB Y..e Mi ilaa4 .... 9 7'. 7% 1anhall \ Turnips, bu. hpr. "._ $1.00-1.25 to. "preside the liquidationof
Wheat-..Stronc. Mirth: at new n-nar favorites lifted by good dividendsand Airlun ........ C8 10 t% 10 ) Field ..... 3 32% 32% 32%. "
\_ Table. A R.d ... IS 6 W *% 6'K" Msrtia [(;L] ....... 7 30% 3O% 30% :: the Empire.
huhCom-Strong. rood demand rash train.Oau earnings. A_ ('.. ........... 3 I.>.. t4 t4An Mid-Coat. Pet ....... 4 35 34% 34% Grapefruit box ..__' $2.00 Is Prim-
-Firm; Marco equalled 27-year The John L. Lewis ruling by the Car Fdr ..... 3 SIS S1U SH. M-KsaTeis. ...... IS 6% K' 6'% Oranges: box "_ $2.50-275 "Winston Churchill
Supreme Court came unexpectedly A&YorPo- .... I S<* 5'4( 514AmAFP2P8 M..Btf"m Ward ..... 49 58 57% 57%" Minister\. no longer and even If he
hIgli.HogieminallY Temples ....
..w.dp.C.tUN.maIlF .... 20"A. Murray ....... ..-. 2.25 -S
iteadr. Thursday and resulted in a brief 5 204. 20 -* Corp 6 13%" 13%! 13% I were the result would still be the
.. LocomotiT ..... 30 26% IS 16 N "
upswing which failed to follow APo.&L1 ...... T4 15 14% 14%, aaa-Kernnatar' ... 130 IT 16% 16ti same. Delargy wrote. "The
NEW YORK IAPJ The stock through. AmRsd&S45..lA IS 14'% 14VAm lIst' Airline ....... 5 14% 14 14'... Eggs and Poultry process of disintegration is too
market yesterday concluded its Friday the market suffered its .Roll Mill ...... 35 33'% 33% 33% !cat Aato Fib ...... 2 12% 12% 12% I certain for the resistance of evena
fourth successive losing week with Am Smelt R ..... 20 55 54 54% N.1 "'.. ." ........ 11 31% 31% 31%. JACKSONVILLE: AP) Florida nearby ""' '
sharpest relapse since Nov. S, last ....... fresh eEls: 'I" ... thousand Churchills neverin
Am SU FdA 11 33 32% 32% :Nat Raa ........... 5 11% 11% 11%, I- h
most leaders continuing to drop with many issues dropping one to AScgsrRd ....... S 44 44 44 N. Cub Beg ...... 6 39 38% 38% All sales to retailers the world's history did an
although liquidation dried up to more than points. Volume of 1.- A_ Tel A Tel ...... 16 167'4 1I1% 167H !Hat' Piltillera ...... Cl 2O% 19% 20 Grade A Net Cur such
and scattered issues Am .-.. ........ 4 52% 52 52 N.. Cjpoim ....... IS 22 22 22 wt Mkt enormous empire come to a
some extent 210,000 shares the best since % % % Per di Per d*. ROY MARCATO [LEFT] Felix Lazarus [center] ond Leo Seltzer "
recoveries. The Am *at Wk* ....... :29 IT 11% 16 SAm :S.t Iad< .......... I 31 31 31 Large ___ _______.__ 24 os 52 sudden end.
negotiated modest Feb. 26 and dealings the broadest Wool** ........ TO al".1 41% :7.t Pft. A Lt ...... 16 1% 1'% 1% Medium _ 21 e 47 are shown in the above photo shooting Orlando scenes for
week's average decline was the since Feb. 13. The slump put the Aerada Cop ...... 41 35% 39% 51''%" :>ehl Cora ......... 4 23 23 23 Small is 41
sharpest since early October. ticker two minutes behindfor Armour *; Co .....1M 14% 13% 14 ? ewport ladn.t ..... S 29% 29 29 Extra 1arc -========= : M Resource-Use Education proiect motion pictures being prepared Kentucky has 16 colleges accredited
tape ANd Dry Good .... 24 IT 15' 16% N .... Sales by the Southern Association
Central RR 63 19 18% 18% direct to consumers -
Wall St. remained a bit bearish an interval for the second time Atcb T S F ..... 14 "( IT% 7\% N Y Cbl A St I. Pf.. 4 88 86% 88 Net Per by the Florida State College for Women. The camera- of Colleges and Secondary

over international affairs gyra- this week. All Coa.t lona ..... 3 32 52 52. !''Iff"Am Avi.tjoa ..... 6 1O% 10% 1O% Grade A wt. Doz men are associated with ,the Southern Educational Film Pro-
ting commodities labor prospects All Rrtiuai ....... 1 33% 33'% 33% onh. Amer ....... III 29% 29 29% Per da.. Inert. Schools. and two colleges not on
business and taxes. Pro- Apprehensive selling was AtI..Cerp ......... S 23 23 25Aria" ..rthera Pacific .... 42 19% 19% 19"%. Large __ ..._ 84 o* 58 duction Service.. I the accredited list. The-State also.
business. ...... Medium 21 82Pmaa
fessional traders who accountedfor blamed partly on word that a" Corp 35 *% 6'* '6'% 0Ohio _- 18 45 has five junior colleges.
most of the week's activity. President Truman had postponed Bald Lvco ......... 14- 21tt 21%" 21% Oil ........... 6 22: 21% 21% Extra large __u._____ 26 62
his Caribbean trip and ....... 6T omnibus Corp ...... 2 11% 11'% 11% Sale to Sales to
Bait Ohio 14% 14% 14%
consequently continued on the .. Otis Delator ....... 2 31 31 31O.rai Retailers Consumers INCOME TAX
.... Orlando Scenes
had called a Congressional conference Bara daU Oil T 22 21% 22 Shot
side in the two-hour session. .. III GU>s ..... 5 75% 74 74 UTe Dresaed. Lire Dressed.
selling deal lieU Aire ........ 2 15% 15% 1SV.Anat Florida Dressed & ... _
for tomorrow to Dr n & Dr wn Returns Prepared
Losses of fractions to around he.diz ....... 10 35% 35 3S>. P Prrers 2-3 lb. 32: 49 38 97 !
with International develop B*.t Too4 .......,.. 4 23% 23% 23%'" Pac r;.. a lice ..... 63 .1'Ii.1' 41% Broilers under h Reasonable Rate*
three points predominated in the ments. Beth. HtMl ......... 29 91 % 9O% 9O% Pac T,. Cons ...... 6 5% 5% 5% 2 Ib ._ 32 49 38 87 OPEN EVENINGS I
final proceedings. Transfers to Blaw.Kaox ......... 2 17% 1T% 17% '.ck>H Mf*"r ...... S3 6% 6% 6% Hen heavy n.
talled 740,000 shares, a Saturdaytop In addition, boardrooms were Boeing Airplana .... 14 '20ao% 20% P.. Am Airways ... 73 1J% 12%.. 12%.. breeds ,. 37 52 42 (10 For Education FilmScenes MALCOLM B. ROUTTTax
Feb. compared with chilled by the refusal of the list Bordra,Co ......... 3 43% 43.%, 43% arani Pictures ..... 63 26% 21 26 Hens lllht breeds 28 42 32 48
since 8. RorfWaratr ....... 1 44% .44% 44.. Pick C.ah Co. M ... 12 4 3% 3% Old Roosters 20 30 24 33New Consultant
300.000 -week ago which were a to respond more heartily to the Rnaill Air. ....... C 12 11% 11' arts Pana ........ 3 39 38% 38% York dressed (feathers- and bled) tl W. Caarrk IV. CCI1
minimum since Oct. 16. court's mining decision of the pre- Bn,.> Mfg ........ I 361 56 3Badd atiBo Mines ....... 1 12% 12% 12% to retailers 49 cents to consumers .8-< vious, ession. Restraints also Co ........... 4T 12% 12% 12% P...., U Cl ...... 1 42% 42% 4Z% to wholesalers by producers enerallr -
The six-day aggregate was 5- of forth- Boning Mills ...... :24 lit, 19% 19%" P...-{'.., Aid ..... 4 13 13 IS 2 cents per Ib lower for lire weisbt. cation project of the Florida State College for Women are

321.47t shares against 5,377,19 were seen! in forecasts a Burr Add Mach ..... S 14% 14% 14'%" Prn RR .......... 90 22% 21% 22'%!, being> shot in Orlando by the Southern Educational Film
coming business recession. There CCallahaa epM-Cola; ......... 65 27% 27'%" 27'%! CHICAGO LIVESTOCK BEST TRAILER SHOP
In the preceding week. were rumors' of foreign selling to E-La4 .... 3 3% 3% 3% Pfizer, (1*.. A; c. .. :2 51% 51 51%. CHICAGO AP) (USDA) Salable boas 500 Production Service with studios at the University of Georgia -
Among the day's casualtieswere dollar Va. Dry Norfolk and Western off acquire needed exchang Caoad Pacific ...... C2 12% 12% 12% Phila EIre ......... :27 24% :24%. 24% estimated); total not siren: comparedweek Athens. but these were not verified. Carrier. Corp ....... 14 17% 17% 17% Khilra. Con. ........ 5 26% 2fc% 26'. aso' market 50-1.00 lower least decline The scenes being shot here concern -
three at 245: Eastman Kodak t..,. [J 1)] Ca ...... 1 35% 35% 35% Philip Mnrns ....... 25 34% _33', 34% on weithts ortr 300 lbs. and sows i people from all parts of the world.
three at 236; U. S. Gypsum 2'/a at CURB STOCK LIST .,. rM IMp ...... 21 1,J.- 1.. J*% Phillip :.rr.;...... 10 52 51% SL% Salable rattle 500 estimated; total not housing units and how vet- This will be followed by scenes of m W. Washington Dial CSM
101 Allied Chemical two at 170. Furnished through courtesy of Merrill. Oat Foa.drr ....... 9 11 1O% 19% Pre..d ..... 42 15% 12% 1J% cUen; compa-ed week ato market unevenaenerally (on Winter Garden Road
; lerce. Lynch. Penner Beane; Cerra IX P.. ....... X 33% 33% 3584 n>rt..r Item ..... 3 63% 62% 62% but : active on all classes" and Hans who were stationed in FlorIda people at "work in rural and urban
and Chrysler 1% at 96' American Aluminum Co. of Amer '7114 ('.rtai..Tred Prod ... 42 1744 16% 1"1' Puh 8ve !'IS' ....... 15 24 2'%' 24 trades; fed steers and heifers predominated have come back here to live. with how
emphasis availability
Telephone and Pennsylvaniaedged Amer Craoairid Co. B -. -.. 4SaAmer flIes Ohio ....... 13 50% 50 SO Poll,..a ........... C' 57% 57 57% cows, bulls. .vealers alone with areas on -
into new territory for 1947. Oas *'" Eire. -.- 39>. (hM8pkPcc..24 12 IIS 11% Pure 0"! ........... :24 23 22% 22% stock cattle remaining scarce; common I Films of work in the citrus groves of resources determines
Ark Nail Oa A *"* Clti A. JIoW ......... 10 :23% 22% :23% Madio medium and steers and their way and standards of living.
: also will be made. From' here the
Other stumblers UJS.. Steel. A.bl..d Oil a. Ref. II .rl.e: ; I
were .
CIt ry.ler Corp ...... 60 97%. 9S 96% Corp ........ heifers loct closing I steady tat'
54 tntiiwt
Bethlehem. General Motors. Goodyear II Creole.Jia81 Pet.Steel Corp.- 2*I''.. C I T 1',... ....... 1 42% 42% 42% advK-Orph ....... IS, 14 9%% 14 9%. 14 9% choice with late kinds last, both week steers: but strictly and heifers rood finished and I unit will go to Kissimmee for atorypicture the Concluding sequences of will show = :

Goodrich. Montgomery Cities Service ____ :28'. ColfataPalmP ..... 2 4*% 48S 48% Remieg Rand ...... 5 35 34 34% 2:>-0.:; mostly 50 hither: beef cows on cattle raisin: The importance conserving resources -
Ward. Western Union "A". Santa Celt Patent Arms __ '___ 32 Col Fuel Ir ...... :29 15 14% 14'. epub A*,. ......... a 74 71, 744 strong to 50 hither: good trades no most unit already ,has been to Miami and the methods now used I
Elec Bond Share Co. __. ___ 14'4 Colnm G *; Q ...... 38 10'%. 10% 10% tepob. St-.l ........ 79 28% 27% :28% canners and cutters stront active all and St. and required to further that con MOVES MERCHANDISE
to to
plans Augustineand
Fe Southern Pacific American Falrchlld: Em ft Airplane Corp. 3'. Coral Credit ........ 4 43 43 43 R.*ere Copper t Br 11 21 % 20% 21% week; bulls 25 hither; yea I.,. steadj: go
Smelting. American Can and Humble OU ReJi ____. 88"" Coml SolIcits ...... 12 24% 23% :24 Reynolds Tob B .... 12 40% 39% 39%.. I stock rattle In very limited supply lartely Tallahassee.Dr. servation. It is expected that the February Average 43,721
Reel Mining Co. - .,-- 17'. Com'wit* fcdia ...... 11 31 31 J1eo..lt. film will be ready for use in the
Union Carbide. % % % I 25-50 higher at 14 50-20 00 on mediumto .' Henry F. Becker of the Highest. Circulation IB Oar Hit.rr"
Kaiaer.PrsMr 71 .. .bontk .. 2T9 3 J. 3 choice light yearlings few half-\
, % % % : ; very Fall of this
Pivotal gainers were Pullman Kisser Grocery 4*H COB EdiM ......... 9 :2. 27'%( :27Coaa .;. lafeway Stores. ..... 14 23% 23% 2J% I fat weighty feeders available at 2150 State College for Women is the year.
Lone Star Co. _. ___ li1 T .e Arms ....... 2 10 The production unit consists of
Texas Co. duPont. Kennecott Ou \altea ........ 4 III'% l*% 16"- 10 10 down: choice- 1.2V lb. fed steers reached co-ordinator of the project which
Niagara Hudson Pw. Corp. __ St.Nl1gsB.emnI.Pond .... cbenlev Oiitil ..... 24 42% 4144 42 30 00. two loads at price a new tilth since Leo
Coat Baa ...... 4 17'% 17% 17% Seltzer director; Roy Mar-
includes the textbooks
publishing -
and International Har __ Sears .
J. L Case Co. 134 Roebuck .....
.......... 38 35% 35% 36 mid-January; next hlihest price 29 75; II ouf ht OS
vester. Pantevee Oil of Ten. .-_ __ 10 Co.ICaa Coat Motor ........ 23 T .2.2 10% 1OH 42 1044Coat Stem' bc ......... 2"1' 13% 13% best yearllnts 28 00. heifer yearlings 26.OO. as well as the sponsoring of cato. cameraman. and Felix Lazarus Tima *V*
Sherwln-WllUams 138V hell tarn. Oil ..... with light kinds 24 5O most choIce assistant rinaiw* If
7 28 ; steers cameraman.
Aa ocUt4) Press -stock composite Jonoton' Corp. ... _ 3 Oil Del....... S 36% 36% 56" ..,....... Co ........ 9 38%% 37 28% 28 3744 closed active at 26 OO upward according to films.
Schalta Inc. ._ _ a Cora Each.... ...... SO 51. 37% 57% .
was off .3 of a point at 65, Stand Pw Light __' ___ :3 c... Pradvcta ...... Tl%" 71 Tl !taclar Oil ......... 11 is*, 15'4 is% IIr.de-for-tr.de wright which commanded premium; a medium substantial and The film. In color and sound INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU UYI
'a bottom since Jan. 22. and on !St! Retl Paper Co. ?_____- .> (Craae'C .......... II J8 35% 56 "SocoayVacaom SssA..GAp" ....... 54 14 4% 14 J4 good trades 20 50-23 00; mOlt medium and Is intended for use in high
the week showed a loss of 1.5 Technicolor IS'. Crucible Steel ...... 14 31% 5O% 30% IIttu Cal Edis... ..... I 1 33% 4% 4% mod heifers closed. at 19 OO-2150. near- schools and other educational
18'. 33 33 I
Textron .
n cur PUbluhg 30 10 9% 10 !' choice licht offerings at 24 00. strictly
points widest slip since &heper10cI Thermold 12.. CurtiM- n".ht ..... 22 5% 5% 5iCatlt Pacific .... 44 41 .0'4.0." choice 1.122: lb. kinds reaching 2fi OO; Institutions.' It will show the
Oct. 5 Twin Coach 14. .. onthera Rv .... 12 42'%, 42% 42,. beef remained active at 13 5O1550
ended U.ted Drui ___ _ 10 '. ssther4 Ry PJ ..... 2 7O 70 70 ; -good cows very active at 18 50-
The utility average touched alow United Ou Corp .. _ IS' flurelCo D ; ........... 1 57" 5'4 3784" Rparfcs Hithin ..... 8 8<4 6'. Ii'. I 18 00. with strictly good at 19 OO: cutters effect 'of their use and misuse. LOWER
for Saturday since Feb. 8. 540 w. Va. Coal a Ct'ke 10FORalGN ltel A. H.d... ...... I .1..1. .1 SporTy Corp :....... 7 j1>m 2i, :2M 112.75 down; taussto bulls to 17.23; spelaltv Its 'opening sequence will trace COST LOANSInttallnwnt
Spiral lac ......... .
1J 14S. 1444 14V beef bull to 17 5O; vealers active
fell and 132 rose. Drll.ackket.... 15 $44 S1" 534 I Staad .. he. influence of the lean D....
EXCHANGE Brand .... s 33'. 33* 33% at 28.00 down early but closed at 27.00 explorations -
.. ...... .
Detroit Ed 5 26" 26 26
In the curb small minus signs MEW YORK rates folio Great Britain la dollar .tad Oil\ 14 ...... 4 Salable sheep 100 (estimated; total not
for U. S. and Inter- J91i .39
posted %
were loll.. ........ I 11"14 18! II% ,
*. other la ..DLI)- III.d Oil N J ..... II ss ,..., 65 given; compared week ato: receipts lltbt
IlnoI. Aircraft .... I 6744 6744 674. all week: shipping demand broad until
Canadian dollar IB Hew Tore: open "taad Oil Ohm ..... 4 .
2tP.. a6"a6
market .'. per Gsa5 discount or 89.12 Vi IJIoNMr Isdust ..... 3 IIU, 1544 **d. *" sl"f ....... T 15" Friday; slaughter lambs closed fully
DuP.tiSsN ..... 4 1SH 1SV steady after being 25-50 higher through
U. a cents nnenangedKuropa ; 515 112 1524,, ,
l'4..hly.V. Camp .. 2 wwvs/vi wvabvg Ai vgAvi tjg
: Oreat Britain 54.03%. unchanged aEa.t.r.AIrL :80S 2O1, 20* *. Thursday; slaughter ewes steady ta 100
....... MOM a Hefcrter .... S 17S 17'". 17*,. hither In spots; other slauthter classes. .
; Franca (franc) 84 V np H S :ao II'IL 1544 .b.. .
tad k .
flroaak 27. ... .... r Carp .. 4* ji 21"21'"- around steady; bulk good and choica fed
cent; Sweden 88, unchanged; F..t. a.dak a U7'4 ::158 a56EI *.... T
Oil. .. .
$9 t rooted lambs 25-2423. do.o
Svltserland (franc) coml 2340. machanced. Po..er A La ..... 20 17'% I' 1744F.mer.o. % H
KeystoneCustodian ...... S.B.him M.( ...... I U., 12H 12V 24 00 with week top 24.50 paid early;
Latin America: Argentina free 24 31. uo. L.g hit Smica ..... 1. 1484 30" 1444 30'4 1434 3044Lrs I5IAC. ......... 34S 34% 34STmas most medium to good retied lambs 22 25- ,
23.50. few 17 OO-19 00 deck
T common medium
Mexico 02 of a M e.Braa1l... unchanged.SMall free. I 50. unchanged: ElL ........... II 10% 1034 10% Co ........... "s" 5,'04 56" and good clipped lambs; with Pail- ID \YllEN NEEDED IIOST.
FYarn. i ITeia. Tall aaph) ... s, SJ ? shorn pelts 22.50. few good and choice
Tel A. R......... I i% 734 744Freito. Te. P.C C S l> .... 4 26S 2614. with comparable pelts 23 50: few good and .
Leans OR .. T A. IL... i 55' 5534 55''%!! Te. Pac I. Tra.t ... SO Igi, 18 2644' choice yearling wethers 20 00 with yearling -
18 4 at IS OO small lota nstieilsughtse
... ... ... ... ewes ;
.. ..
C .u. 7 II' 3134 31'4 Traaaaairnra ....... 5 13H 13'4 13'* ewes mixed grades. S.75-9.50.
non:. Pow ....... 4 ,II''%" 11'4 I % Trans Wert Air ... 11 19'. uv 19V few common down to 7 00. car common to 7. 4'
Real Estate = TriO>B. Corp ...... 39 6'i 814' 6'4 medium Western ewes S.25. load good and $r a
C.. Foods ......... I 1134 .1... 41'4 Twrat C 1',. ....... t 3354 32% 331, choice 120 Ib fed ewes to shippers 10 50;
J Funds Ceo M..ton ........ 7t 51" 51" SI", UCtioa common Western slaughter. buck 8.00. t4t. .
. 1Get |aoney qoickly on your Ge. Pub. t.'til ...... 2. IS 14% 15 Bag a p ...... 10 31% Si4 51', few fleshy and shearing lambs 22.25.
tliIlett Sat IL ...... Ia' 21'4 2. :25 v.... CarMda ...... I ,T Sv 6'4" "kes '- ----..
?liouse-no red tape. Loansn1ad Coodrirh'SFJ.. ... 6 1i8' bIt 5634V.oodyearTA& V._ Oil Cal ...... a 21H 2134 21" CHAIN RANOC

STAN COMSTOCK e In Orange, Seminole and .... S 56'1i' 58'4 56''%" raioaParifH- ...... S 125'i.. 125 125H CHICAGO 'AP ;
leaham-Paice MoO ... II 4% 434. 434. United Air Lines ... 14 2a"l2, : 22% 0.." Nigh; Law CI_
Isnrtstmtat I1CITIUIIPku.i Osceola Counties.Flos4daCredft. GNon.... R1 I'f .... II a3..S. asGre'h. raited Aircraft ..... J is 17% i7i/, WHEAT-
CMS-Tdctrpn DB MOrlan4 ...... Corp .... I 53 3234 3S raited Corp ....... 45 3S 344 SS. Mar------ 21\0 2 6444 21i0 21i4
Gram Lire 1:. ......' al5: 24"ze Uatted Fruit ....... 15., 4"' 49 tin _Uh 2 45'. 251'i 3 4144 33044,
f ';.11 Mdi A. 041. ... a 11'% 11" 11"%- natte-l C a. IHIB .... 2 82% '' July _uu_ 219 2 ::14\ 218" 22.
Rsosenttng T. Ntlson O'Rourk I Gulf OIl ............ 5 10 II''Ii 60Slid 1 art-Rn I>nn ..... 40 10 3234 5\ 22T4 10 Sept -_ 2.12 2.11 2.12 2.11
I H P 8 Gy...... ...... I 101H 1"! 101 CORN-
IDe.M..ber C INVESTMENT CO. 1Ir" A. 54 ..... 'J7 S' 1" TT ft Indus Chen ... ,9 aT a..44 ...% Mar18144_ 1.$9 1113'1t 141 3 181 1.39 163'sMay 18134July
MJV.SJ7. ai W. PINt CT. BOOM I HimMlg .......... IS ''4' 7 fT III Rubber. ....... 12 55H 54V' SS Uu_ 1.! II'. I !l9" I 58'. 159'. :
Daytnna ..rh. Fla Home.take. v,. ..... I. .1'4.1 4134Hnuileu U 8 8..,! .......... 15 72*. 71'% 1S. Sept u. 1.5H. 1.5n. 1.54. 1.5H.
.11 .!.] .. Ml .. Ces.J ,...,. un
1 OIl ........ I' 20'4 I1'1i' n, wWsl'rth OAT.-
14.4$0. M.der ...... 45 17' 17'4 1744 Co ....... 16 11S 1I" II*, M-------- .IS'. .98 .n... .97l. ,
Warner Br.. Pin .. 35 1S1SS May __n_ .8* .89 .574. .89
w... I." An, ...... 7 SIT ..J .ISW July .____ .7'7'. .78'.n ..78'
.... p. Tel A ..... 14 1'2 1*5 iJIx Scot..73'). ."I*'. .13 .74>.
Westiat Air Br ..... 7 32 2 BARLET:
V S3H 32
Wc.t.g 1:10: ,,, ...... ? Mar. _ __ 131 Annual
as 2614 shown 95th
by our ReportEvery
__ _
WBeabac Steel. ..... a 40u 4014 4OV Mar __ 1.35 as

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC whit Motor ....... T "'* :"'* "H July LARD-__ 30 4J 30.75 3010 30.75

jrillys-Orerisiid\ .... 55 IIS" 11"11 Sept. ___ 30.70 30.10 39.70 30 ID
Wll_. A Co ....... 6 14 1314 Oct. ___ h_ _. _' 2803 one of the more than fifty-three million dollars that polIcyholders and
: REZONING PROPOSALSNotice Wnel-orta. [FWJ ... T 49% .,.. 49% ho*. _. .. 25.15 2630 25 IS 26.50 beneficiaries received from the Massachusetts Mutual ,in 1946 represented the
... % 60% 6014 results of wise financial planning in time. It is this kind planning that provides

yo....., 8h 4 T .... 10 (5 S144 1\1R. &
z --I TAXPAYERINCOME money when needed most.

Zenith. Radio ........ I ait 2134" MRS. life insurance serves many purposes. The one of greatest importance to.the
that informal will be held CITY OF
hereby given an hearing TA. work II our ktuiieil
home is that of enabling men and women to guarantee financial provision for
ORLANDO in City Hall
NEW YORK 4AP> Cettan future* yost- themselves and their families beyond the time when earned income will be
Tuesday March 18, 1947, at 3:00: P. M., for the purpose of hearing any one, day analad. SIM t. 1J.a: a kale' "..her
than t... proviau* claa an a oeneral W. C. SPURGEON S reduced by old age or destroyed by death.
.for or against a proposed change in the present Zoning Regulations as in. .......nt which ... attributed vrmo ta ti. &...
taxt l* mill, c.mmia.iai% house an*) the 113 N. Mala St. Near Post OtHeo But, whether your problem is that of making the future financially secure .".

follows,.to-wit 514th...a4lawMt* tho for yourself in old age, or for your family in your permanent absence or

---aaaal, to axtrama oponin-...*.. the 1JShafar marked* protecting your business against the loss that would follow the death of its key I

Mills Street, both sides, back 150 feet from East and West racawrina.. on tha TIne advance* was. a scarcity of offerin Income/ Ta men or providing life insurance or retirement income for employees .

lines, respectively, between North line of Robinson Avenue cItIng Th. tight also .atatistical.._ an bnoortant ulv _itian part in of you are invited to discuss it with a trained and experienced Massachusetts.

and a point South of Colonial Drive [now zoned "E" Commercial tho ..."i_ mavamant a* did prospects ofavoandina l\Iutualrtpresentative.
.... text... .ala. *. bred.usaid.
]. Trader* al** attrihutaal aam of thourinf i LOAN//

to Open a ctront Mih train Law market.Lat I,( Summary of Annual StatementS

.5 Ma,. 144 35.45 .
The change to be considered for such area is to be '"E" Commercial. N.y! 13:$4 4JO: 33 5* 34 It.-M ng HP 44 41-45 St I JT yon need Xneom* Tsat etailC as at December 31, 1946

July !..., 33.1' 31.57 32. 4." HP 42.45 and want H promptly, go to
GeL IMA* :M.SI MM 24.SO.54 11* a-4-4 PersonoTwhere 4 Out of 5
.T- ** M 7 25.IS M.71 75 HP St S3 who aX tat loan
: -i a tt. Assets
gtt __
By Wm. J. Mullin r.'* 27.74: M:04) 27.74 $J7n HP 37 1

Chairman, City of Orlando middlinu lieMlino"at; neat....i4O.15...Son.. yastarday.Na'nuial. .. 35: .oood and g-.lS.MOWTM tORN PtANsu Bonds. Mortj'and Other Assets .................... '1.063,133.948

Planning and Zoning Commission t .- I IIe ; ;i.o Interest due and accrued.. ................,.... ......... 7.759,864
ATTEST: Ed McDowell. : NEW ORLEANS (AP) Cattan futuraa ad, Premiums due and accrued.................,.............. 11S4465S
... 1 M:4'I: .
.hara yaatardar an rioa ,,,.in.. .
City Clerk ".aa-and. cavannv and auirin* .>n atranvth. o Admitted AU?.......7.7..7T77.........! ... 1.O&.l4U.461
in lii. ra>n markat. Closing prima ..
made to credit .
., firm. II. ta SI sa a kala h..har. worthy .
Oan ".... Law Gloss men And women manled orsingle. Liabilities
Mar. __ 14.52 14.M 1452 14.M MB 23 Outsider aro not In- f
May !!.*. 14.!. 11.57 14.DC.IS ua :M Tolved. No -W-rw-< ;-JOU- PoScylsoldess' ReMrve......................;........;.. $ 781.015.184PolicYhoMetV
July :11.SS 33." :II.M &-I Tor" attitude .
.._ 28 M :a.Al 28" 29 33.MH.J6GeL .39.41 ... :21 to say "TeL- .Com wo la lOcm or Fund...................... .... .... ...... 219.ir7.176

; ..... -__ 28 JS: 21.... 2 _ZS 28.55B u. M phon. toda- .-\ Policy Cairns in process of settlement.. .................. 3.752,406

NOTICE "TO THE PUBLIC Lo... 175 to S3M Dividend to Policyholders:... ... ..............'..u....... .12,723428Ttxe. ....

.................................... ... ....... ;;... 2.185,341

REZONING .PROPOSALS > Miscellaneous LiaKLUes............... .................. 1.135,224 _

fjFINANCE Special Reserves .... .... ........ .. ... ... ....... .. .... 10004.36S

I ( : CO. Surplus to Polieyholden.... ...... .. .. ........ ........ 54470.243

Notice is hereby given that an informal hearing wilt'be held by the CITY OF .ed \ OF ORLANDO Total UabOiUes sad Contingency Fund.................. II.OM.W.461

ORLANDO PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION in the City Hall S.. yksl. 24 L. Or..... Avau :

Tuesday March 18, 1947 at 2:00: P. M., for the purpose of hearing any one, nc w1dnc do. so (Stairway sVakarylUP slit ta Fawara United Stsb* Registered Bonds included the Love deposited required bylaw;

State of Massachusetts $300.000. State of Georgia 110.000.
for or against a proposed change in the present Zoning Regulations as "
8.-1_'TIS'J TES "Admitted Asset. are assets determined in accordance with rules eitaLluKeJ by the National

follows, to-wit Association Insurance Commissioners.

A complete AnnooJRepoH trill be ten!on reqoetL ....

All that area in Lorna Doone Park Replat bounded by Kent. .. .- TO YOUR NECK INCome S ,

Street, Washington Street, Tampa Avenue and Central .. i 1 iAAflJiiifPilA Aw LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY' .-.

Avenue. .
. f
and rewsswwvOriuaiard _, SPRINGFIELD UAiSACHCSrrrSBartrtaJl
in get a LOANS _

: The change to be considered for such is to "A" Residential originally .' ..r-Ow Baarrf AiassMaWT.l '.
area as 055 SATES -7. .. ............ .p.J
75 3OO I .... .... ..q.....u. .. .........
zoned. p \ ; TO

Auto Personal 11'i ,
By Wm. J. Mullin, : g$100 $ 7.7$ $ 946 DISTRICT MANAGERAngus
Chairman, City of Orlando deMJeJ1WI Ilto 11.67 14.15
11.81acopons B. Rosborongh C02 Metealf Rld.I. .
Planning and Zoning Commission
., General Agent Orlando. Florida
ATTEST: Ed McDowell ssoe 22.U_27.37prosao .

City Clerk 537 N. Orange Aye. .

Phcne7181 _ _

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FLORIDA .REALTORGRAMLabor I _i sai) :;) I ESfT': !: ;ieiiviii'I" : ] r : ] I \ f!*! } \ .

, Costs Boost
ttl% && m

Building Levels Realty Sales r.i.. Insurance Man Picks -j


[Exec Sec. Florida Association of Realtors] Orlando of 11 CitiesChoosing

THE MOMENT the greatest controlling factor in cost Top $$6 MillionOrange

AT for new, homes islabor, which accounts for

.from 38 per cent to 85 per cent'of the total overall cost of County real estate activity .. Orlando from a field of 11 Florida cities, Paul

the new home, from the cutting,of timber in the forests, during February leveled off W. Budach, veteran insurance man of Bay City, Mich., has

right on up to the finished ,structure. Labor, highly organized slightly from last year's peak but purchased the home of H. B. Watson Jr., at 2475 TempleDr.

will maintain the pres-< maintained a steady pace with ., Winter Park.
approximately $6 million in sales "Mrs. Budach and I had been visiting Florida for
ent or perhaps slightly higher farms, prime store locations, office office of
recorded through the
several months each Winter for
buildings and hotels.
wage levels..Increased productivity Clerk of Circuit Court Arthur
more than seven years and we near here to H. Bairstow for $21-;
down. Under *
could bring costs Newell.
finally decided that if we like it
the impetus of steadily increasing REALTORS WASHINGTON This compared with last year's that well we might as well enjoy 000.

supply of new homes there is now entering upon figure of $7 million In sales it all year." Budach declared.
.the big battle for decontrol of when the post-war realty boom
"Of all the better
reduction in asking priceson'
some is rents with the struggle against was mortar at top prices. cities we chose Orlando becauseIt }{as. Gamble Rogers II

old houses. Cheering news public housing next. If kelp Is I However Orlando real estate is both a leader in civic growth Architects Engineer

that it now begins to seem pos- forthcoming opinion is that men pointed to the February totalas and the finest community In Building Consultants
sible in Florida to build a five- enough additional facilities will be indicating continued interest ""nM t which to live" he added. i

room home and garage, nice brought onto the rental marketso among investors in property at a The Budachs purchased their POST OFFICE BUILDING

enough for most anyone in the that the housing shortage will stabilized level. new home through the real estate I WINTER: PARK. FLA.
no longer be a problem by 1948. distributed
Activity was evenly
$7.500 to 10000. office of Robert R. Tyre with
price range throughout the month. Total instruments -
Salesman Jr hand-
H. C. Babcock ,
FOR thoughtful filed last month were ling the sale. I
HR80 to
A pamphlet issued 1.820 as compared with 2,538 last Their four-bedroom, three-bath
salesmen provisionof
estate rom
by Building Products Institute year. residence is located on 5 1-2 acres
the Federal Unemployment Act. "Will United States Rent Con- of land including 300 small citrus

as insurance salesmen now are. is trol Follow European Pattern" Farmers Should Ask trees and bordering on two lakes.I I I
receiving strong support from all It shows how rent control has I Budach was in the insurance .

Florida Realtors. No doubt if the and will hinder distribution of Now for SeedlingsTo 19A- I business in Bay City for 11 :years .

Federal act is amended., as in all the available supply of houses. before coming to Florida. I mOK 14500. IMMtTCALF Do
fairness should be. then automatically Plant in 147148TAVARESFarmers I

salesmen would be ex- Animal Umatilla Tract bought
: Assn. Husbandry C
empt. However the State ,
who wantto (tS.wiai to The Sunday Sentinel.Star! Make Your Old Roof
is support of an amend-
sponsoring seedlings during the
plant pine UMA TIILA-T. C. Carroll has
Bureau Sees Check
ment to the State law..since the
and 1947-48 season should apply for NEW GI HOME COLONY: Aerial view of the J. Kaiser has laid out 10,000 prefabricated sold his property on East Lake
Legislature convenes so soon NEW
Congress may not soon act. On ,Chicken Worms Norris them now.said."During. .County Agent R. E. housing project at Los Angeles where Henry I homes for families of veterans. I

[Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] the past several
seasons -
p LANCING AT REAL estate TAVARES-The large round- including this season seedlings !I Ir IW- S gSECTIONIZED READY-BUILT Absolutely guaranteed 6 years

Investment signals of Real worm and the cecal worm of have been very scarce. If Farm Youth To Cities 1' save 34 the cost of a new roof.
Estate Research Corp just received Moving llH SjC HOMES
chickens can be controlled througha persons interested in planting WaterproofFireproofedEstimates
we get the signal to sell the |fl j d| $295 TO $3395Storr.oadoadf.
method developed by
them will
new advise this
we I
h....*. Industrials and lofts. sad ......... i Ns11." free-Phone 3308
.cc*.i:"ar7 location stores raw Bureau of Animal Husbandry of will apply early for a reservation [Special to The Stnefay *)>ntirw>l-Storl ,, I t. 7. rina, a.tlr. A_.'. se.MOA.I .
the USDA. for the number of seedlings i nod .o.dv _tN a m..e.t h..us.
lam and lets: hold apartmentsSee GAINESVILLE a I I Plant New J and North Carolina
m ny
The method consists of a needed. standard of living comparable to Growers I t.m4 Ut MI...*for....!...*._ I J. C. REAMSP.
medicated mash consisting of 15 "The State Forest Service Issues that of their city (cousins, ruipl : Celery Hope j i.t ...T "'.'e' ...' all..-

Us Before You grams of a 40 per cent nicotine the trees on the basis of first youths numbers are from turning the in farm increasing to city I II I t _SEABOARD UO WALNUT Hcwty-Cutlt ST, PHILA.Bowes*. PA.!lie.t a. I O. Box 11%. Orlando
sulphate known first served. You should
solution commercially come order I
as Black Leaf "40.: now. We will keep a record of :' life a study by D. E. Alleger of For Warm WeatherWith I. .
the Florida Agricultural Experi-
151 grams of phenothiazine. 287grams interested persons and will later
ment State revealed. OPEN FOR INSPECTION TODAY
BUYURN of betonite and 44 poundsof send an official order blank on The attraction of cities for farm
ordinary chick mash. which the trees may be ordered." 2 TO 5 P. M.
youth is by no means a new one. setting of Spring celery in the Central Florida

W Under experimental conditionsthe but 'it has become more pro- muckland almost completed growers are hoping for warm 1314 EASTIN ST.
nounced in recent with the
treatment expelled approxi- St. Johns River years
weather and favorable conditions under which to
. General Insurance of rapid development of trade, service growing COMPARE THIS FOR VALVE
, mately 99 per cent the two
Mortgage Loans kinds of worms. Under field con- Crab Waste Proves- and industrial opportunities in recoup their severe Winter crop loses. Modern Spanish Home. Hollow tile construction, tile roof cathedral ceding
Real Estate certain areas of Florida.In Orange and Seminole County celery should be ready 2 bedrooms. Ira baths. three living and dining room breakfast room.
ditions the feeding of this medi-
2-car farttf ]laundry tiled patio front and rear screened porches. Urr
cated mash to chickens for three Good Feed For 1850. Florida populationwas I for harvest May 10 through June.1 fruit trees One of our better built homes in a preferred neighborhood.
wholly rural. but in 19-1S.- .
Immediate Furnished
Hall Iros. possession-
Agency consecutive days at intervals of Frank Dutton of Zellwood Farms
three weeks maintained a low Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] 95 years later-there were two MADDEN'SREFRIGERATION PRICE $12.500
lit N. Orange TeL 5119INNDUNCEMENT WELAKA-Oscar Moms, who persons in villages towns and reported
I level of in treated birds.
operates a crab processing plantat cities for every person living on "However before we go countIng SERVICE GEORGE H. KITTREDGE, REALTORPhone

Welaka. has found that the the farm. our Sprint; crops yet we DOMESTIC AND COMMERCIAL 2-317

SEPTIC TALKS' waste products from his plant "Unless farm homes are equipped should remember the killing DFa PUSS FONE 7726
make excellent hog feed. with the physical conveniences of I April frost we had several years E'T OVa
BUILT-INSTALLED Crabs caught in the St. Johns urban homes and unless rural ago," Dutton warned. U1 !Magnolia Ave. OrUuda. FU.
To friends and customer: Backed by 20 Years Experience
my REPAIREDThe economic and social
River are cooked and processed at community
I am in bueln0u! for myself. use of strong lye or acids his plant and the meat is shipped life is made as stimulating and "All we want now is warm OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY-2 TO 5 P.M.OWNER '

FLOOR SANDING-FINISHING in your plumbing system is North. satisfying as life in the towns and I weather, as there seems; to be

CLEANING-WAXING detrimental to the septic tank. Morris has fed hogs on nothingbut cities." Alleger said "farm parents enough moisture in the ground COLUMBUS SHOW CASES

POLISHING Approved by State waste products from the plant cannot expect to hold their chil- I' and the muck areas all are FOR SALES APPEAL A

Modern Equipment: 10 years experience Board of Health and the hogs have thrived and dren to the soil"Using I'ped for irrigation." equip-I
AU work guaranteed : Slade-Booth Show Case Co.
fattened. No off taste is impartedto State census and other
Licensed Bonded PLUMBING REPAIRSBy Spring escarole is
the meat.Sarasota. sources pertaining to populationas
1 "first in fixtures"
licensed Plumber a basis for his study. Alleger end of April or the first of May

BASS Realty found that rural areas alone are and potatoes should be ready for 116 Reed St. TeL Z-0271

FLOOR" SURFACING< COt1t Len I. Holliday providing an excess of births over harvest the middle of May.
Sales Hit $736,200 deaths in Florida and that city
: Forest St Tel. >1370 401 W. Concord Phone 4766 families do not have enough chil- "We had beautiful sweet corn A.B.C.ALUMINUM 1' ,
Soeciol The Sentinel Storl .
to Sunday
\i dren to maintain their numbers last year and are hoping for as 4a
y SARASOTA-Real estate'sales thus making city population main- good quality this season" Dutton CASEMENTSASH
here and in Sarasota in
I tenance dependent on farm-bred said. "Corn will be planted
February totalled $736,200. accord- children and immigrants from later in March and should be IN STOCK
ing to a report issued by the other States.In harvested after May 15." HOME INSULATION CO.
SPRED Chamber of Commerce based on general Florida Negro farm Phone 708
court records. All Spring are expectedto
families are larger than white via Grant AT*. Winter Far
This compared with $797,300last farm families, but families of Negroes be about the came- as last : MUST SELl-PRICE REDUCED

"" month a slight decline. living in the cities are season. TO S8950 UNFITRMSIIFD IF SOLD TillS
i CUTS PAINTING Sun real estate Hollywood Con- er than white city families. small-I The only Winter crop left Is W. r. -Jeff JefierlsContractors WEEK-OWSER. OS PREMISES
I carrots which are fair
moving ii
:Movement of farm
TIME IN HALF Construction yield and excellent root quality r.
Hollywood cities has been definitely associated s
despite freeze
damage to tops. '
with low per capita Income EsL 1"
Dries while At $204,000 For WeekS and high birth rates on .IIIJI '"' '

you watchWash..lik. [ cial to The Sunday Sentinel-Star) farms in some sections of the Tavares Home PurchasedSpecial Merchants

a HOLLYWOOD -. Building per- State the economist also found. See Oar Fixture Display
( to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] (41-43 N. Malt St. PkOD S74S
china plate mits here last week reached a total From some counties with rather TAVARES-Mr. and Mrs. Ar-

PracticallycZ value of $204,700, according to records heavy population losses the move- thur B. Courtney have bought a
of the City Building Inspec- ment of Negroes from farms has
house in Darwindale Subdivisionfrom
odor *
no CASESReach.ln'Refrigeraton
been proportionately more rapid DEEPFREEZE MEAT
tor.An Marvin C. Stephens for
11 Decorator $80,000 project for four than the movement of whites, resulting $6,500.
preferred colors apartment houses and a $72.000 in decreasing dependenceon
for 12 residences headed Negro families for farm labor in COMF1.FTE EQUIPMENT FOR
1 DUSTY NMITI 1 gallon mixed I project listed. those areas. Eustis Tract Sold IMMEDIATE DELIVERY

makes 5 qts. The average age of the peopleof General Cooling & Heating Co.
[Special to The Sunday: Sentinel-Storl
'1 1171 1 Black Buys House Florida is increasing which EUSTIS-Beverly Grizzard has 4S W. Central TeL tIM .
$1.47 means that more and more older
qt. [Special to The Sunday SE'ntinel-Starl people are holding on to their purchased a piece of downtown

OUR DEALERS CARRY IT $5.15 gal MOUNT DORA-Thomas H. farms and the opportunity for Eustis property from Francis M.
per Cooley has sold a house in Sylvan youths to acquire farms of their Boyer for 114,000. The propertyis
Shores Subdivision to Paul E. own is decreasing. located in block 53. INSECTSCall
Black for $5,000.
"Farm parents face the chal-
The Glidden Company lenge of the city' better oppor- Safe Agreement Made
Helms Sells Residence tunities for satisfactory living BOTTE one of CentralIlorlda's
(Special to The Sunday Sentinel Storl]
biggest and best Exterminating -
Star] for their
[Special to The Sunday children Alicgcr con-
Tel. 6001RotND Helms cludes. MINNEOLA-George M. Dick- companies. Cus- : -i ".
228 N. Orange Are. LEESBURG-Mercer: D. ss ?Mt
has sold his property between "If they are to prepare their son has given Nicholas Hoffman tomers protected rider $5,000
Fruitland Park and Lady Lake to children for competition with city an agreement to sell block :51 here Bond. Licensed and insured. Sfr.WONDERFUL BUY
together with all citrus trees on For further Information on
Albert A. Balliet for $15,000 youths they must provide agricul-
tural and other technical and the premises, for 5500. rats roaches termites ants Three bedroom, well built, modern Insulated home complete, near DcLand electric fai pleasant kitchen.
community Furnished throughout including
Leesburg House bought trade education for them and also etc. Call or write Two baths, oak flooring automatic fuel oil central floor heating system and
t provide greater opportunity for Short Sells Tracts BOYTEEXTERMINATING also fireplace Large lot-It frost protected trees beautifully landscaped
[Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] satisfactory self-do"elopment. 2 car iraraee A real home ubich can be secured under market price account
LEESBURQ-Freida Franciscohas "If rural parents want to hold (Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] CO. illness Good bathmf boating A flshinc See
sold house in Mt. Vernonto CLERMONT-Charles R. Short R. H. PORTER
PROTECTION a their children to the soil they 224 S. Main N Tel.) 532
y A. Zidenberg for $6,500. must make farm life basically as has sold tracts seven and eightof OrlaadNOTICE.\ AT DELEOV SPRINGS. FLA.
REALITY Clermont farms and 10 acres I1Z.MMHFOR
rink MA xIMvlit of other land to the Soil Science H H" M *MBM H
For Awnings of Best Quality and Mfg. in Orlando by a Com- Foundation for 7000. I

j 11 if11 il.ll. pany with 22 years experience. Mr. E. L McGee at the Polk County shipped 13,019.167' !
boxes of oranges tangerines and
t tt ?
IIIJII'lfPfl' ( grapefruit during the 1945-46 season 4.

[! IIIIlll'[ J JfGf FLORIDA AWNING CO. offer We are immediate now In position servic on to

ea t//! I "!! l 432 S. Hughey St. Phone 9826 attractive as city life modernize that repair job you N have t III r. ,1s.
waited for their homes instill in them a
too large-no Job too small.
i feeling of pride for the community : I
I and operate the farm as Estimates gladly giv n 1

WEEKLY TIPS a drudgery business enterprise and not as G.E.HUDSOn.ral I s

"If farm parents look upon farm
ContractorPh. ..
life as drudgery they cannot ex-.
". wilds' FLOORING-Pine and Oak-large ,stock on hand; also pert their children to find it at- 2-4487 1133 W. Church
1 "
te9t' tractive.
shed 1111' Mouldings

"Q1ECt'O' .. ea\\I 1 ,iuPcrt4,,, I pp rate. "AQUELlA"-World famous waterproof paint for Con i- .1 II 5 y

IBlt1 .... 't.f ret\attllel\\ $ re\U'ft1l J 1aMANENt I crete, Blocks, Stucco and Brick.

.. 10 KNOTTY PINE PANEL: Makes beautiful finish for walls. LUMBERBUILDING

FE Smart and modestly priced these See our stock.

vrocefuny curved ventHoted awnings of finest durable- wood FLOOR SANDERS, EDGER & POLISHERS at reasonable rent. SUPPLIES
Owner Hugo Buchholz
home. plan All new equipment. ,
blend with the style of your
perfectly Beautiful Bedroom Home In Lake Lancaster Park
..voilabl.For free estimate simply telephone: OVERHEAD GARAGE DOORS: Wood, Aluminum and Steel. Oak Flooring Pine ,Flooring Siding Ceiling Section with two lakeriews at 1505 Conway RcL-2V
Come in and see how they look Installed.
.- Sash Doors Mouldings Sash: Weights Cord Baths-Well Landscaped-Extra Lot Arailable-Near

Schools-Bus Serrice-All City Improvements
Sash Locks Builders Hardware Nails Roofing
WEEKLY SPECIAL Citrus Trees-Sprinkling System.
Ventilated Awnings of Orlando Cabinets.


14 E.CHURCH ST.-ROOM IIS EQUIPMENT at 20% Reduced Prices. For Inspection Beginning SundayFor

"WE SERVE CENTRAL FLORIDA"Orlando One Week-Hours 1 to 5 P.M.

2-2191 Orlando 9694 ORANGE AT RAILROAD PHONE 4139 I PHONE: 2-1229 MICHIGAN A\E. AT ACL BY.
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: 12. Lost and FoundXXI 1$. Service Offered 19. Services Offered 31. Good Things t Eat 33. Articles for Sale I 33. Articles for Sale ,,33 Articles for Sale 33. Articles for Sale

. .unby &rntnr-&ta and tan CABINET AND MILLWORK ORANGES-GRAPEFRUIT ripe; BOOKCASES-.-JJtility e.blnel linoleum >INNETTE SUITE-Prom $47.50 I I LUMBER-Everything la building
ORL. FRA L-BI.ck wht; 7478 order Central Florida la PAINT ESTIMATES-Color suggestions. ...t deos ILlS per bu- 6Oc ; Preb'ltur .Moore Furniture Co.. 230O. SEEN-3.tub andir for bath in; lumber and wood. Colonial Lunwber.

\. MC 1947 or 7(1. hud Mills and Nebraska Bended.. RI.ble painters At Olidden's.recom- and plus expressFresh... ship bushels.orange S2.25 and Church Cochran St.BICC.Itn. C. 1015 W. water D Open Mond.J Z"Dnc" 'I Inc or washing. $lS. Iron I II Cheney Highway. Ph. 2-7142.

OFFERED; No .ue.tn DOORS S cbit screens; B.th 61. grapefruit Juice SI gallon. C. R DEKA types. Prices reduced for I bed. coil spring m.ur. .is. $10. LOUVERS-Steel 12xl-mcb. with
, REAR return of steel bl cn store bk aeva and Stevens. Oro.e. 301 W. Par A" Boy: new 17x550 U de.nnc. Florida Business Equlp- Phone 5856 Monday. screen. (2 each. Roma insulation
.ak.papers of no value to of .ork. a PLUMBING-West Central Pumblnl 2-3554. 60" double drain Bent Co. 390 N. Orange. 5454. GASOLINE 953 Orange Ave. Winter Park. Fla.
tp. rp.l Ll"NS2 m.n1
Classified Winter Park 9189. 1500 W. Washington. Heating Co.. IS N. Br.n sink and fittingsMcLearn's GrilL I camp cook .
C.I W"r.ft 2-2236: Night 7538. ORANGES-$1.25 on. grapefruit 85e midway Orlando and Sanford. DUST PANS A co selection In assorted I Hardware. 220.t". Orange. P.r Phl LINOLEUM RUGS-Cofl springs bedsteads
ROLL OP TAPESTRY picked HP In buTangelows SI ha. Temple and BOAT 14' 22 color and up. Knox : mattresses; chest of drawers
I the 290O block Orange Ave. by DORA SMITH DRESS SHOP-Maker PIANO TG.. rbuldnc.. Blossom factory Kings $ .:ha. 8. I Cak Wide- horse Johnson rlnd.blt .Will Stores Co.. 2 Pine. Phone 2-3163. 2114.OAE In and 50 ; 5-pc breakfast set card tables.
colored man driving a red trck of aU kinds dresses coats; reliniag; OrD" mere. sacrifice. motr. Tr1er. Ho HOE 2 ft f.wnc'b. Economy Furniture 332 W. Church
Brancheau. PRESS Craftsman with
Tr. 5783 Stores.
( In buttonholes. ; L Wrlbwnbrr. .Ide DRn Or.t 8ut 62
Sentinel-Star Polk County license r..rd r tel. .
t.lof Like new. 1418 N. Ave. Bath tubs closets
8Brown.. Orange 32 E. REPAIRS AH work TEMPLE-and Valencia oranges. T ebok 14. LAVATORIES -
tlm R 211 Pne. rom RADIO p.ra BOAT-16 It. 40th St.DESKRoU. for Immediate
\ Wont-Ad best to ship we have them. m.boc.D outboard GARBAGE CANS-20 and cabinet sinks
Rate Ave. ELECTRIC CLEANER SERVICE; only teed; 24 hour service; pick up Col.ndd.lvl. for home use. SI and SI 25 bushel. runabout and accessories. 2 type: also small flat $2.98Great .a cpitJ delivery largest stock In Florida

Dally 22e tins field Jaket with w outlet for genuine Hoover pr Wilkes R.dlo 1204 E fruit 7Sc. Rang Fruit Co 14O1 h.p. .ohD P.O. motor and top. Ph. 2-0346; 513 Virginia Drive. N.--Orange Str casn or terms; 36 months to pay
- "I L-A' For modem upkeep service : phone :515. Or.p. Ph. 7267. er. 1.1 cndltloD Reasonable. Call Libby and Freeman. 711 W. Church.MINK
. (Minimum nsc) .t W. Washington .nly authorized service staton. W.shnctD 2-6051 : p m. DESK TRAYs1n.I.double and GAS R"GE burr. porcelain
cur 626 H Hoe service on .fer ::3 COAT-Excellent condition. 64
S.nca 27c sr tins 5.P"t 01 cU E.:1. Reward. Bumby Hdw. 110 or 2-15. RIO REPAbpr moel. Immediate PYRt. .OP.r.dJ t.fl.8. Fern-Open BICYCLE boys; balloon tires; I8-in.; flnlh.plastic" .Inu01 m.bM.D SUP t.ble0. see E lr.,ei. ( length sue 18. Also new black

(Minimum char Me FURNITURE UP and attention. 143 excellent condition; 121 E Muriel. ; Co.29 E Pine; dial 5114. & GLASS pan velvet evening dress with dinner
! creek and
. 14. Beauty PrlorAM.Bp1nc ; stoves AI mo" rfl N. Orange Ave. )1"h.n pl. :01. and Blake. BL. F. ff.Icer-I coat Ph. 6649. .
Dart 18e a day Dr. 8
3 CcuUn J p.lrd. R. A. Austin. 542 Piedmont. REPAIR 24-hour 32. Articles for Rent BOX SPRINGS-Nearly new $25. DROP-LEAP Phfe.m.h..nJ. .eah MEAT DISPLAY CASES fixtures by
7 Dan 15e a day In cold RIO d"pnd.bJ Cermont. F. CentraL
lDe 2-O421. on all makes. 'etmlhus band ".euu de.D Co, Tyler Fixture Corp.; 4( W.
Count 5 Average line) 01 .ey'. Pel 9669 Frtlr GARBAGE CANS-Several .
Word tp e. or Cei eralCoolina- ItestlngCO.MErALTHzsHoLDAlacrome
delivery. Bro. Church- BuI.I.DOZER-For hour or Job; 15. 1.2 11 Chlrh. vanized. H. H. _
Call Mrs. clean- 111
beauty culture. FLOOR rnt
National; (Out StaU) Rats.SiDile BnoI P.r1 Hard..r.
SADGPhln. Phone BOOTS-Ike Walton rubber aH
a 7133 hip real bar 220 8. Orange.
Insertions per line 20 E. Pine St.; (2. ins all large .I: Ph DIMONDScneem. Pon 2-181
o ( 1pmen'
.lIC IU.95.
J mo"r Bunch. bt. Bumb rings and lengths and widths. Smith Lumber
work ; H.rd..r. GASOLINE
dayt smallap- 1 in ENGINES Clinton
3 Consecutive Days a JDd. bnd"d II Church. 11.
Jn AJCA'BEt SAN-Ne RIO RAAl knives. Loan. 27 W. Co, N. Orange 1 Consecutive Days 20c a day O-yrs. experience; sn- fanble rates; .orkCI.r.Dte. TRUCKS-10 new. Available B"r.D' H-P air-cooled all engines.
Minimum 3 lines.) 1 J.Uon. Phone 6931. Irene. Audrey ice phone 21370. Bass Floor Surfacing pl.nc. Boyd at Wyckoffs. 2524 FOR CODtIOU. contract for dis BOAT row. pl.0 and V-Bt Church. Florida Pp ft put. W. MOTOR SCOOTER. Cuahman. (175;
Orlando and ; specializing all types Co. .. phone 2-2821. or work. Not for sale. DRINKING FOUNTAIN-Kelnnator. Church phone 11. 6 tn good condition: telephone 2-80(1 '.
Mart In the Kul
A W..tAd. M.rl cold waves open If interested write details t P. O. air-cooled- Onan Ib.rd motors; automatic thermostat. Bumby GARDEN HOSE after 2 pxa.
Mor Sutl and an prite prm.aDU appointment.CHARLOV1tKAY Tn FR SANDING; finishing .pl REFRIGERATION SEVC Household Box 477 ranging from 18 a.IUa H.rd.ae. 102 W. Church. -50-foot lengths. 8MM Keystone.
Tur. p.m. "I treatment; and in Clear..tel. Fortd. family for duty reen. special MOVIE CAMERA-
I tt Star Sente date. : BEAUTY-experience; modern- equipment workguaranteed rebuilding repairing eomud.L coolers; FLOOA SANDEk. eager and plel. livery. b.t Castle Boat ConstructionCo.phone DINING ROOM SUITE 9 piece wal B J Service corner Boons 18.1. 2.7 focusing coated lens set of
te .ae a 15
c.se. 2208 nut. Upright Good condition. J.e..nOASLE filters wide angle lens. case.
I to see then licensed prompt service; Johns H.rd..r. .. pl.no
I Tha Want-Ad Department Is open ph 4014. ivte. you ; ; Ferguson Refrigeration. : N. Ter. 22465. value far (135
4 E. MuneLi rolls of film. $20O
Hilda Monck. C.: Burke. 7851. phone
Drl.e. 2-1. >
daily.Sunday phone 9752.
from 8 ajn. p. b.ul R 1 BE\'OE-CL- SOVErae. Pe..r 210 E. South.MZCBANICin .
: t Whidden. Edger and Brn.lck' ELECTRIC: WATER HEATERS. 30- .
- fr 9 t 1 a. Vlr.n L.rnc. M.rc.r REPAIR SHOP -For prompt effi- nR SANER.rl I and food I i 3urner. rndlUoned
BlueFI.h LQUId Crescent
.. FRI B t.o equipmentat gals.: vacuum cleaners space heaters cast Iron h TOOLS -
Deadline for Sunday Saturday )crn reupholsterinr. If service on all access; greaterstorage .te. 3 Bum
EaJ snipe
P.PI cint reasonable rates. Smith Lumber ; all new; get them .be they anie Blossom wrenches pliers tin
noon.AdvertiserS. O-E'ECsBOP-reEar other fellow didn't give a lob. and domestic m.ke.call c.p.dtJ f.ter cooling. Immediate Tr.1 W. Charch.
co Co.. N. Orange and Railroad. last. Al Wiggins. 2014 Kaley by Hardware. 102 ..? .
tn Something new. 2611t. Willard Norse .Iers 709 easy Or- OAR TOL- True
,KelI. term. Tempr.
an requested to 3. 1' and edger phone (24.EECRIC MANTELS-Cabinets, frames win
ReondtonDI scalp tre.t.eDt Phone 2-1168. N. Mills: FLOOR SANDER ; lando Appliance Co. Inc. 210 K. Jlnor and
ni immediately of any error ( W.lbmctoD equipment: reasonable: ph. 22821.WkoU' Orange dial 4537.BICEAnd IRONS-Automatic stock In hoes seeders. dows and other special mlllwork
hour c t.n r.kea
6 to 18
their ads aa the Sentinel-Star- wUl 20 FLOOR SANDING Waxing pib RIO REAI12 Hdw 2524 Kuhl. fertilizer now available on reasonably short
be responsible for only one In JEWEL CHARM SALON Spl.llIII ing. A complete service at &nI. cI.rnte. Pickup accessories. Shelby Unler.1 Ptor.. b.nd dltbltor ellt..tor notice. Mutual Millwork Co Ph. 4127.
insertion. cold waves. 10. (IS able prices. Skilled workmanship Store. FLOOR POLISHER; (new) and cabinet 26" standard and Bu.bJ plo... tr.ctra Wyckoffg -
del"er. Row. .
crt $7.SO; $12.SO a hour. ELECTRIC .;; 2524 I aiOTORETTE 1946; perfect con-
machine pr.nent. Satisfaction Phone 4652. sander; bJ day or Ph deluxe models. Lady's and men's. DRIin. l1-t
You Can Place Your m.rbnel.1.5. Cr cold eQllpment. any place within 5 2 JUGS-Ch1ch.furniture upholstery; el.n. 2-2821. W"kof' Hdw.. 2524 At Haley. 214 N. Orange Ave. Phooe In a.ID..'r1 Plmp Ib.rd fl OARE HOSE A good assortment i P5db.ditxm:N.low Temple mileage Drive: $200.and i.Lake R.
All .ork cu.r.D miles of By hour or 6698. b.t 8n. LI.a itbe. 2 .n so-foot lengths. Knox
lusterized by SANDERS -
Want-Ad by Telephone eed. 506 W. Amelia Ave. Phone Orl.nd. demohe. Amer".D Shop. 8tr. E Pine. Phone Howell Rd.. Winter Park.MOVIES
9 Licensed and bnd.d Call WilsonLea Pe.tUrnc wartime cl.nlc dlscovery. "8"; .edger. BATHTB2 carloads; 4V,. 5. sv,- Pne.I 2 2-316.
Dial 4161 MRIE BEAUTY SBOPJ.tOI New nor d Hdwe. 2299.RAIO C. Burke. 1805 8. Bumby Ave.. .. Also 1 carload lav- I ELECTRIC RANGE-36-in. cabinet for the Home-News Parade
Pi. R I Bow-
Magnolla.sSpeClaIlxlISZin O E.; good condition; 2 adventure travel comics.
7851. Libby and burnera
11 FLOOR SANDING AND service an 711 W
REPAIRS-24-hc. .torle.
and Phone FIG : Church St.BTOM. Frem.n deep well cooker; $125; 1408 GARDEN TOOLS-Sprinklnw stead's Camera Shop; 1039 N. Orange;
f.et E Jef
Cl Pomp service. Al Wiggins. 2014 SAND BLASTER for rent by hoar u. call 2-1515.
._ CI.r.Dte.
Flowers and Wreaths 434& power unit. Established 1931. B .. 6247. or See David C. Ionian TILE In rust proof rsn. to",1 and eIU".tr garden -
6 RAY'S: BEAUTY PARA types SkIlled workman; licensed: bonded; Co.. eont..t. low ELECTRIC IRONS-Automatic con bo Ofr MOTOR SCOOTER-1946 Keen $175.
FUNERAL & permanent Prebe.t and inured. Stevens Floor Suf.rDC C. RIO.SERVICE. known Expert. worl on Free A. eolor co" trol; "American Beauty." "Proctor H.rd.a. 34 E.aCLD Pbon; Used 2 months. Puckett Motorcycle.
YSIirdul* .t. cold waves a specialty. 4222 Phone 6582.JURmR. reasonable. Cla.nted Articles for Sale eslm.w. 2-3(2 and -m.ns.L" H. H. ParrishHardware 31. 2305 N. Orange Ave. Phone 2-2816.
wntoD KttUI. Jlrlt 38 E. One place only.RAYS and 33 BEVERAGE COOLERS -6-ft. capacIty 220 S. Or.ne. Phone MATTRESSES.-Kantwet: for cribs.
> Pn. and N. dial
Store. 143 Orange ; 17 fast
ntra RPAIR rfl 530. cases; cooling witn 2-1841. (4
UTOPIA Salon. 805 X AUTOMATIC WAT HTEI.trlr minimum frosting. 1095. See at Youth Center.
10. Baby Sitters-Child Care Wahetn. a.ut,. $15 creme oil l.. le. Furniture Co.2323 t. ROFNGFre etm.t. 3 years : 30 c.lon. ."r food. Stainless steel Large and wtility polished shelffor ELECTRIC HEATER-New. $5; oil GL CUBp.lld. re.ltr" North Orange Ave.
$1200 Ou.r.nt. Rll. .hncl.. laods. Limited but cook $11. 2bumeroil 0. le.tbe (12
In sizes. per
.rlsnent. $ lehlDel. Orange: C.I 6548. lat throughout. J. so. 2-blrl. NAILS In popular
week ; and .ork rof ab.t mediate Inst.l.hoD Convenientterms. .Iumlu.. W.lwl. Wlox he.tpl ; single bed and mat b.r.i 718 Lake Formosa keg. Also 3x6 ft- -In. front doors.
BBY and Child excellent Care care by d.J. guaranteed...n. .9725.lP. A nniNrR REFINISHED crack be & Snl. 4658.REFRIGERATOSH. \ .. Kplsr. Vogue Th .- Ic. 61 E. Ave. -e tr.s very good condition. Maitland- Drive. 1127 17th St. Phone 9732. -

f also hur sitter 103 pr.ld. frayed covering can RFIHED8 tel block.Colonialtown_ : dial :136. We.tnchou.. Sanford Road across from De Fores GAS RNGEF.l Very OUBOARD Firestone Supreme
&Ha.rd fixed by our expert workmen. Freeestimatea. BUILDERS cODctll -
. hour service good .
2329.EOLE .. _. 1. Sbol and Instruction Church. Phone. Russ Mattress Co, 1122 W. "Same as original finish. Brltt's.oenerai ALUMINUM pans cake COOKIE pang. etc.SHEETS H. H. -Par Pie of lock gets and mben.n selection Packing ELECTRIC House-RANGE-Westinghouse; B'lb..J : 3- P : F':. lrm.t> 18 W.OARE stone. Orange Twin:and 6 HP.Concord.(159.95. Fire
356 N. coos including .
EHD.J Dun. ACCOUNTING. High 2-221. Eletre" rich H.rd..re. 220 8. Orange. Phone h.rd..re burner good condition $95. Phone
- enclerln. clean- 1942.. bin. National Brass and Schleage ; HOENole lawnmow OIL STOVE 5-burner Perfection
a 2-1841.
I p.m Mond.J School CorePnd- nR. SANDIO. flhDe. 8ur- Knox stores Co. Pine. Pbone 4533. tol Smith ranee. If It Is a bargain you want
By day W. AND UPHOLSTERY cleaned .
Saturday $7. RUGS 2
1. 141 nce Schools: local ..llnc. Flor AUTOMATIC WATER E Lumber CoN.. and .
\ acing cl." satisaction. HAT I 2-3163. ELECTRIC RANGE. L H. Large R1.d.HD here it Is. J. T. PowelL 924 Floral
lath StTOTbO O. Rowe Box 2974; phone cu.r.nted In your own home: approved methods Electric. 10. 30 and
922. I
> 1 Experienced .orken hen ; moth proofing. Dixie Rug Cle.a .. Limited c.lon. BICYCLE-Man's "Speed" ,1.1; good as ne.A .tel heat SHEARS Pruning shears, Drive.
, WOMAN will children. I PRIVATE INSTRUCTION In el"men es and bnd" moer eulpm"nt. phone 7642. -"rt.nd. Installation.Cu.nUtJ. oil range; portable oil h..10rnc er. C.I 6781.ELRIC .n"n hose r.ke..ho".1 Wilson OIL CANS-S-gallon capacity oil.
SOC per trana- tary school .ubJt. Mrs. Bla. Under n" .1. 2.8771.BEARSKIN. tel Ph Good H.rd..r. 42 Ce.trL gasoline cans. Bumby Hardware.
1.r.or L Or- .
ft Vogue RANGE eon
prt.UoD. Phone I' 208 from Rldu.o A. evenings_ __ ten 1809 N.-Orange; 7836. SEPTIC TANJ approved INSTALLED: 20 years.ndCI".ne. ter.blok Wll.rd. .Klir.. ; dial Te.tel ( dlUD pr..1 modeL Phone HOT and Bar equip 102 w. Church.OVERHEAD .

REFINED-Christian lady care for FURNITURE REBUILT and upholstered In busl : Alt.r.t. 673O-7571 AIRPLANE MODELS-Complete stockmodels RUG. black; 2-7212. Park 63. In stock ready for Immediate GARAGE DOORS-
children In own bom SEAL ESAT LAW and prati .We make It look like new at delivery. Wood and chrome eb.ua Aluminum eteeU wood. Smyth
a.utla broker low and have plenty of STENCILSOilboard or brass lUt and .c"earl.. HO-OO bar stools colors 1 Railroad
. porch and garden. a very many ; Lumber Co.. N. Orange and
, Re.snbl I.t first of year. eot to-order. Stencil Ink. several Railroad racing cars. Model BLUE FLASH-Electric cold
man. New classes nice Craft Co t.t bles all aizea and wood
Included. Ph. .tr drlnk FURNITURE FOR Hoover
lunch -
.rntu. de 120 supplies. 214 N. Orange. 6668 I.te
Come to office sign UP for 1015 W. Church: on. R. C. Gueherr. N. Orange; bl. Recently reconditioned. electric SAL. Pre booths complete: tables, all ,
; JUST 2-4770; Roberta wi sit School of Real Estate 2-1. phone 2-3882.___ 107 7th St. Sanford. sweeper $45: OIL RANGE-Florence. 2-2097.
sizes deep
CAL fat and
E ;
children. 2610 E Rob sbol.rhp. Pine 6566. OENE CNTRCORNe. and TANKS every 783.W. Ph mlelectric I ."pr. .S25. ; Pr.bler.UlO. fnel .a nm_ lt
.IU ou ph L. 19 223 SEC CENE -- a"i.9u; ua lawn mower. .
: Iep.l .ork R.IDe. I pumped b.lled: P. J. APPLIANCES-Immediate delivery. BICYCLE-Man's llght-welght2. $9.50; girls bicycle, $15; and electric; roll and OUTBOARD MOTOR-145. Can be

, 16. Travel InformationAIR Z.I.0 Burke. Permanent resident; ponded. speed $22. Can seen at 10 inc steel chairs. $3.95; small. fold. ers; stainless steel .rUa gas seen at Gulf Station. Orange and
11. Special XoUe HOUSE PAINTED-Brush or spray. Insured. Route 19. Box 21; 2-O678.- Electric ..tpl bp.wl". lum clean North Hill Stret b $4 95; electric Sm.el sewing machine trl beverage Robinson. Ph. 8484.PAINTER'S ._ _ _
RESERVATIONS and tickets alllines. Rl.ble. licensed contractor. All freezers coffee makers; tray i-j
e. Irone. $75: SUPPLIES-White overalls
AMANDA reading Travel Stanley P. Curtis SEWINoMACnNE- electric blankets; automatic B T1'cipre. 2'g h.p. moto. prt.ble. Sm.e tr.dle and curb and
BRAFORP.cbl Sunnl.Dd Bur..u 3 f.na r.dlo call sewing 149.5 Domestic m.t.t l"le putty knives brushes drop
and 229 E. Grove A".. Phone
Col- irons. .
; : 5301. Co. dishes .
Wet B. Pine. all
dr 2:3 f1 riarrelTs West Side Repair. 410 W. demonstrate. 39OO W. Fairbanks Ave. sewing $45; Il. cloths steel wool at Oliddens.
. umbla Ph 2231..vii. a&VANACUBA-afl-exPense tours. 2-3930. _ _ Oore. Phone '795.TE"SUGERY. for Mr. Nutter. porcelain Greens fuel oil range $45; stock pots .t.lnl. steel beat grade
daily 44 Vi Travel 30 Pine HOUI: WASHED with steam is Gas ranges bottled or city: .water C.1 table top oil range $75; 3-burner num; bar and ki.ben sinks all aizea PAINT outside white
7O88. Sunday. Lanier Bn Ie. E what property owners have Winch service heaters bottled or city; gas for BREAD BOXES-White enamel. St.95 apartment size gas stove bargain. soda fountain .Ietrc cake mixers. paste; enamels flats and semi-gloss

8 p.m.. Quest Speaker. Angebllt St. Phone. 531.HRTR. been looking for. Entirely dfu"ntfrom mates anytime. lcens.. Free esti-Pb. furnaces, bottled: oil ..te he.wr and up. Knox Stores Co.. 2 E $35; 5-burner Florence oil stove. $35; 40-80 quarts: .Ietr potato peeler: -Mills Nebraska.--

Hotel. Rm. 1106. Rev. Cherry. CONN.-Want rePa. hand washing yet no I- 2-2524: H. E. Andersn.. Ph. 6469. cabinet sinks 42" and :4". Pine. Phone 2-3163. love seat. $14 SO; baby strole. 19.5 electric Ice c.bmt pie POWER TOOLS. Logan metal lathes
BOARD YOUR RIDING horses at theAzalea abl. or parties to dr" frm pensive. In fact you will think your BEAVER BOARD-Used but.o condition 6-plece bedroom suite. cases show usa ..111 and shapers. DeWait saws. Thor
Stable. Casselberry.Fla. Winter Park. References eleb..e. house has had a new paint job. does TEE AND PAL Trll' and Commercial appllances-42 cu. ft. : 2x2 pine. Ph 2-346 513 gpo 122.5 extension library table cash registers: wood wall and Mall tools portable electriedrills
L. clearly Ph. 556-J. Winter Park. not affect flowers paint or shrubbery.We rmovpd. Ne.ton. r.cb-I refrigerator water coolers Virginia DriveCLEANEREureka. 01 $27 SO np. box springs. $35: newInnerspnng built-in bath tubs complete with ft screw drivers disc senders.J. .

scenic Winter make HAVANA and Nassau by boat or restore the original color to asbestos 18 Str.t. Please phone 2-14. ranges electric bake ovens. vacuum: A-I con- m.ur. $35; n.. coil tings. Harry Pepper. Ine. 541 D Peas.. Ph. 3753. Mount Dora.
9174-W.t.l Ibn Iak plane. Call Orlando Travel Service. or tU rof. Steam House tPHOLSTERING-Silp covers ref in.lihing. electric aster heaters. dltlon. SI2 phone 2-0346 or 513 spring. 11 : Simplex electric iron- 1mla Ave Daytona Beach. Phone 88. POULTRY NETTING and 6-foot
118 E. Central: dial 9504. Washing P. We call without obU..tln Virginia "$. er. $35: .hr1 barrow. 11 95; black HOT electric. with heights. Orlando Furniture Co,
BABE 82RV1CE chairs ready & York. Call Ingram-Brown. 418 Walter 3 Wllcox. Inc61 E Robin .mltl S25: twin beds grin PLTES2 Taylor Oe 141 w. Church.
with fast efficient SPRIGF.MASS.-New o HOUSE WASHED Screens .In Centr.l cox Every house needs WelUnlbeuse. CAN OPENERS-Several to good coil and all bd. To t.n
&n. &n 2-OO06 or 22353.tHOLTRY cbO "Ith new .
Union shop. Wo close at take 1 or.2 responsible dows; .ls Inside work looks like ." from. and UP. Knox Co. felt 5prnC. rackets. Rt. 1. mid. POCKET KNIVES Sevefal sizes.
I. Side Barber Shop. 6&. Church. persons; share expenses and paint C.nIDI and waxing SERVICE Restore the 25 E 20. Phone Str. m.tre Furniture Co.. 19.W.newell Pine Orlando and Sanford. made Poker and Csmlllus. H. H.
References excbsnged. About floors our 2-4307. your home with our 2-316. Parrlah Hardware 220 8. Orange.
.pl.ly. 10"elne. St. HEATERS Electric; at
TRIFiTf Sliver Phone
rom & Rt. 1. Box 394. Many tapestry patterns -Electrie kitchiyi; pressure 470. with fan Phone 21841.PRESSURE .
Wit SERVICE General repairs upbolwr. prices variety: or
Sprn. through tb b.uUul Ok- 1h HOM Russ Mattress ARTIST sets and eoker electric irons; eombln.- .. ..lot.S.I.ht.r' .
Park. screens ebo. Co. SUPiTe l. 48 W. Central Ave.HAND COOKERS 4- uart
River. De.conlcton. Wldowa oil charging porable Other
Wi B. 1122 W. Church St. Phone colol w.tel colr st color. I.dlo.
.and and Wear-Ever: also large pressure
2-221. hack
phone_3223. Mt. Ucen.d canvas .. household Items at Auto rLOOR SAWS-Coping saws.
Dr. 17. Hauling and Moving bonded. Dowswell. VENETIAN BLINDS REPAIm- e.sla Stores. f74 N. Orange Ave. Phone RUERL" rubbr. M .. cross-cut .. H. Par- cannen. H. H. Famish Rardwan.
yd. H
OP FOOD and for ANTIQUES Brass sq. any
BET cr. &m refinished table; silver cocktail lnt. 220 8. Orange. Phone 2-1841.
and oil burner ; n 2-2970. rkh 220 S. Phone
serv el Lumber H.rd..re.
in nice EGB'S OA Co. N. Orange O.nl.
Silver done In
pl".te hme o Orlando Venetian Blind ML .et pl.tnc our R rod
VAN Callfor ploea g. PIANO-Henry T. Miller grand. 8
CANOE "Old Town. 2-1841
nurse. Call A L. IC.-N.ton' .tl IU.Uon. shop; bragg Wescbe's 17 ft. with FALCON
mo. co rof re- Co. 1739 S. Kuhl: 8059. Trading 210 w. complete sailing equipment. Like leather CAMERA- 12.5 HAIR CLIPPERS-Professional, hand ft. 8 in.; reconditioned throughout.

CRI cRER. Bra"re. Call Fidelity Storage A W.rboue pairs of all kinds. Phone -5026. WASHING MACHINE SERVICE-Official Pt. Cbulch. nr. Phone 8024. 127 film .cas.. rcul.r. pr type hair clppr $2.75. Bumby One should see and play this piano
; Co.. for free on your Maytag service: call and de BErNE-W.terpr f I 1.98; Hardware. to appreciate the value of tone. A
L. O. Hilton. 1239 Mt. Vernon Ave. distance "e.t.te. W. Jackson INCOME TAX SERVICE-Save mon"J liver. Barton's Radio Service (next CLOTHES BASKETS-Large size" L.n Oifice. 27 w. Church. 10 Clreh. bargain at 8750. Conant's IMS

ICM TAX-Be Sure-Get all StPhone 23184.561 bv by a b."lnl Jour tax return. prep.r. to Colony Theater Winter Park. 93. aho.er. b.tbroms awnings. Hun- Phone$1.75.23163.CLOSETSPlumbing Knox. Stores Co. 52 E. Pine. FISHING PL.IUU.. 1.10.. HIGOINS-IT sport used speedster.for dem Anmahosacy Berkshire: dial 8242. .

deducUonl! Call 22S73.MaU- AERO MAYFLOWER TRANSIT CO.- dent service low rstes. Walter S. WASHING Usl. Mia &Nebraska. Bumby .. 102 W onstration. rn.blt over 40 PUMPS electric deep and shallow
eMond.,. Bkkepln; dc Tax Long distance moving. Call Joiner Ph.r. 15 W. Washington St. Tel. We repair MCHE. REPAIE AUTOMATIC I's6S up; regular fixtures: complete Church St. mph with Gray Ne. eondltlD ,. safe. welL Easy payments nothing down
Service. 44H Curch Tan and Storage service for fre 5106--evenings. 2-4109. parts. We refinish. AU work irons $ S2.25 up. with fittings; immediate de FENCE IT. Cprel 7 ft. long. comfortable. Sacrifice for quick sale. and as little as 83 per month. Bel-
INCOME TAX returns prepared. Reasonable e.tm.t also local moving INCOME TAX-In your home If Caldwell Harris Rep.1.u.r.a Serv The Fair Store. 10 W. Church._. livery cash. or t"na: LbbJ andFreeman. 3- to 4 I. butt per 10 4 t Herbert Ferran. Box 54. T..er. many Well Drilling Jt Pump Supply
l.t StcUJ confidential.Malcolm pclnc. crating and shipping. 1400 sired. J. D. Warick. Rt. 2. de te.. 707 N. Mills: 2-192. AIR CONDITIONING make delivery 711 W. Church 5 In. butt, 100. F.. Ph. Mt. Dora 2339. Winter Garden Rd.. I mile east of
ph. 7988. length or rue desired Orb Vista. Orlando: Ph. 7087.
Church St. : 324-B. On old hisbway. Just WASHING MACHINES on both room air conditioners CIRCULATING OIL HEATERS Anew UtUetre Co. HAND SLICING MACHINE automaticfeed
Phone 6675. Open evenings.LANIYS DEEMS DELIVERY Service phone north of .APpk.. I All makes; work ;rIn.ble : rea and large units. Orlando shipment Just received of the Phone Winter Park ; condition; wl.pbon POULTRY NETTING Assorted
7673: light moving and hauling rates. J. R. HarrelTa. Wed Sales & Service. 608 N. Orange Ave.. famous Spark h .ter. Immediate delivery FURNITURE Gateleg table; 1 sec- 2-4125. .o widths: also hardware cloth H. H.
-At 149 N. Orange Ave. e"eJ load Insured reasonable r.t.HRT log service. Books set up bkkep Rp.Ir. 40 W. Gore Ave.; 7795 dial 20959.ARMY ._ and installation. Willa'd A ret.rJ 1 child's ar"t.n; table HOT WATER TANK- automatic.One Perriah Hardware. 220 8. Orange.
kept Keiser. Vogue
open for business 'til 8 Te.te Block. COIOD1.lto.a I..p. od chairs; blanket chest; other Phone 2-1841.
Parker Business Service 2-1287. U.
P. DRJtEYSTRn CTSNew. .pl.1 $ dial prewar
REPAIR : 811 E.
Colonial Drive. m.tUn
TAX Returns computed Service on all .ork Tents t.rp.III. .1* .1. 511. I.ml. Telephone 4534. PAINT; outside white and colors
MY PROPERTY no longer for .rk. Pickup or stake body. 904 14.Orange.Plione ICM I guaranteed. Al Wiggins 2014 r.lnco.t ; r.l CANOES. Old Town. just arrIved FURNITURE Dining room suite; ready mixed or paste; Interior
Indlndu.1 falmen buaness S2 a pr. Low square ended double ended and bookcase-desk combination paints: prompt delivery; painters
sale by any broker. since March 2O.EB Kale Ave phone 6247. 10m for aol Prce ; bd.
lit- 1947. C. M. moving; et Ore '. Salvage SDonvm; 11. 13. IS. 16. 17. and 18- ch.lr. 412 Conway Road. HOIST-2 bms 2 band operatedwinches. available: Arnold Paint Store. 407S.
H.r. EI'S xI 20945.LANDSCAPINGFillIn E. Church ft. Pine Boat ConstructionCo. with cable. .
St.AUMIOI ; Orange. 2-3786.
UURTEL. Spiritualist p.elll. A __ .. Pine C.sle FLASHLIGHTS-And pen lights: also booms raise and tower and can be
Medium.& PAR. ,. circle agent for Delcher's Lnl DI.n and Call d.. tOli WARE Wear-Ever C.ate. F. .bmUr"'s-. HP."ish Hardware swiveled Holmes. $195. Holler Chevrolet. POCKET KNIVES-All sizes: compasses
Thurs. 8 p. m. Phone 2-0601. 2613 E. Moving. 506 Macy St. D.I 49. 9926. p.t 2-20 01 WELL DRILLING-Pumps Installed In .ucep.n double boilers steam CAMP STOVES-Portable. $10.95. 220 S. Orange. Phone 2-1841. 115 W. Central.' ; Boy Scout knives. Her
Washington.PROPERTY. LOADS OR-PAT deep or .h.lo.wells. 2" up. Cash seal pots pressure cookers and many BUlb, Hardware Co.. 102 w. FUR COAT. Black Persian; good con- man'a Loan Office. 27 W. Church.
.LAD LETTER WRITING and public stenography FHA other Items in Wear-Ever and heavy Chureh. G.tlon: loose PERMATTLE Steel wall tile. Rust
MANAGEMENT we from or Tr.cJ. at Gotha. Fla4 model. size t 20; HCSE 25fet$2 59: 5O-ft $4 85; -
Storage Co. : P.rkel BU.1D" Service dial 116. gauge aluminum ware. Bumby Hard- CASH metal $275. 20623.FURNITURENew. prro*: permanent aH colors: low
manage your properties and collect route. Fulford Van dial 2-1287. a 119-13 ware. 102 W. Church. BXH""J .I C.I seepage ho... 30f. $1 98: nozzleg
your rents. Broker 133 N. Main St, phone 5286. .l4"6a H R. and Pay Wrckoff's cost; free estimatea. Phone 2-4362.
H"D Bu 1 LAWNS MOWED Hedges ATTIC FANS In stock. 36-in.-42 Hardware. 22O 8. Orange. Phone lsd &rner.JkU. e.n
8. Main; dial 2-109. LONG DISTANCE MOVING elpp e.sl and save 10 to 25 on Hd.. Klhl. PLYMOUTH "ENGINE Good shape;
A expert work. Write P. O. Ventura. Home pr cnt
Insulation Co.. 153 ,
crating local 2.1841 and wardrobe trunk: cheap. Inquire
PIANO LESSONS-Days and evenings pit. Paklnl. Rt. 19. Box 399-A. purchu. Bu Frltur. C ICE REFRIGERATORS- grindIng -
Orlando. .
Orange .
: Orwta Manor section. Please Sudd.tl Storage C WE DRII.I.ING-Let us drill your Ave. Ph Winter Park 7O8 CALCULATOR. Monro electric. 101- 625 8. 512. machine oil and water Harry Pinking one block from WORZ.
phone 115 .. Phone 8154. LAWN AND GARDEN SERVICE-We and install your pump for or Orlando 689.APARTN Ida Cash 20 S. FREEZESDp Freeze and York. br.wn Army shoes. Pridgen.. 1280 PICNIC BASKETS Thermos Jus.
27.PENCR offer a .caretaker service with home or Easy EQUIPMENT' Gas phone 8850.CONCRETE. M.I'1 Ice boxes plates
VETERAN TRUCK desires Ic.UOD p.ment .Iz. Mo"m Appliances. Inc 20h. paper
SUPPORT Idlndua short WI equipped to modern motorixed equipment. Garden nothing do.n. months t r.nce."ompt" kitchens with sing. BRICK MACHINE 428 N. AY. ICE willow chair $3 cur- napkin WyckofTs Hdw:. 2524 Kuhl.
: ;
Phone h.a
dnlDd. 2-5. l 8. lumber cement .. plots prp.r' or cultivated.ground B.I.n, Well Drilling and Pump Idner.tol .blnet and stove ter vibrator complete BA-IIO
furniture FURNiijnuse4
W.reD. E. .1 Call tn .lt Used, abused $2: blecl $12; PENCIL SHARPENERS. 82.23 each
Winter Garden Rd.. 1 mile wall
what have heavy packageservIce l.n. SUDPIJ. he.wr. hopper and ; almost II .
tp and card table $1.50 with 1J I.
Indifferent ; Check George Stuart
Al. be
SPARKS GROCERY. open Sund.n : $ .Jou. ." In city. .p Albert (ld M.rk 4488. Ilrm.to. Orlo Vista. Orlando. 7087. gas heaters.. Moern Appl.nce.la 15. Wrl. PO Box 3. Orlando. from Mather of Orlando can the bought home trunk; 3 blme oil stove .lh..rdr oven; Main St.. phone 8158.
Ice 428 N.
11.1. Ororle. Cr.m. 100 Iba. Phone DRY CLEANING We employ only 2251.TERRADIO .
t 2-27. CORY-Coffee makers: UDpr and of friendly furniture; 56 E. Church. electric : roklnl
MI"blc.D LANDSCAPING-Flower and skilled. experienced help and .
.brb : transmitting lower H. H. Rardware. copper street 1101 Dickson '
SWEDISH -mICALMu 19. Services Offered bery settlnis. Dirt and modern m.rblne. Try 1.. M.eDf : MorrUsey. City b.l.. Orange. Phone 2-1841. FRYING H. H. PANS Parrish-Cast Iron. 3 220 sises.S. P.rk. near R.n..J Inde". PIANO-Baby Grand. Ph. 7269.
haullnr. Grass planting. Make H.rd..r.
Slenderizing jour Cleaners. 204 Ridgewood Trailer Fla.
; core Rbnd. Pak. Lnd. CABINET Orange. TILE in proof
for and neuritis. home beautiful 920$. Ph. 21060.WEZ.l. HARDWARE Hinges.pulla. Phone iCE r Per.- PORCH FURNITURE New hand
ACETYLENE and electric ; IJ e.IIDI .
m"nt .rhtl 11. weldi. ALUMINUM-shower cabinets complete friction catches. H. H. Par colors
FURNITURE for small co J a wrought metal reasonable;
masseuse. machine work en asp LAWN AND OARDEN Caretaker service apartment In- very
Olbr. .W DRILLING-We all fittings Kitchen nub 220 S. Orange. mates.Phone 3-4362.
pump .pcl.11 I 17.: H.rd..re. eludes Lane Dr. 451$.
.. See at 101$ Shsdy
only. horticulturists.Rates Telephone
.Ldle. and road ; ; by el rlenr' small diameter deep .el. cabinets linoleum tops. Phone 2-184. nfrlcr.tor. trombones -
T1AYI PRODUCTS 914 Metcalf aluminum and brass casting. McK C. Prase. ISIS and 3.. Can install .eU 2\ $78 68 up. Quick delivery mail orderspromptly CEDAR 2-146. KING .CORE-Tlmpt. mush- PLASTIC SCREEN-All sizes: 2O* reduced
Bide. 8452 from 9-30 a.m. t.:3 ney Machine Works. 131 W. J. Montana: 2409.MMEORAPH on F.H A. plan if desired. Call o filled. T. A. Maxwell. Irvin CETN.tlon.l advertlsed FRAMES-Windows, cabinets man- dl"L. clrnt HagruderArcade. price. Smyth Lumber Co, N.
Fur- "
I m. Sat.. by appointment.W. .. AWNINGS-Special designs of ad- SEVIC- By Au write P. F. French. Long wood. St. and ACL R.R. Ph. 2-0154._ nltnre Co.. 141 cbet.. Church. tels. .and oth.1 special mlllwork .. MI8c Shpp. Orange and Railroad.
P. xsi.i.Registered Surveyor. vidual on each home tborl' mlmNerDI Phone I.WHEE. ANTIQUES-.-Cherry table; re.sn.bl, short PRESTO LOGS Ideal for fireplace;
b.utJ drlnf HAMPERS-Variety of notice. Mutual KITCHEN CABINETS-Utility. Just
Awnings of service all CTHE Millworks Co, Phone outdoor grills. Smyth
S Church and M.l Arcade. Phone 9694 Orl.ad. m.k. RADIO TROUBLES END. i large. Copper glass. 2dol campstovea:
4127. enamel.
sizes. H. H. Parrish all steel white
1341. Room 115. 14 E. Church. pU".tr genuine factory parts sup for prompt radio serv etc. M. Smith. 804 Magnolia._ .rr"e. Lumber Co.. If. Orange and Railroad.
220 S. Orange. The Home 4
"to Whom it I AWNINGS. Trailer C.nopie. Tar Office- SupplJ Co.. 2 ice. The Radio M.r. 12 W. Pine. I ANTIQUES Antiquers to see H.rd".r. Phone rIESTA WARE Just arrived. In sets 124.5. Phone St. : PAINT BRUSHES-Front lOg up: all
8.1 car. .OD't E. Pine: dial 5114. I In"Ite 2-1141 and open stock. The Fair Store. O.nae 2-7& Lumber
bo n.Plbl. any bi otbe p.ll. Venet.n Blnd. A MAK HEATNG. cooking I the .11.er. glass 71SGlendonJo CORNICE 10 W. KITCHct: double sizes; all qualities. Smyth
Veterans MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS BAD- AnI Chlrcb. Railroad.
than my .n. Herbert Br. RP.l. wab"r. rdrar.tr. and other Dr. Beautiful encth SIK $ and Co N. Orange and
AMERICANS' business. 'O W. : Kochendarfer. Masruder cu.r.nt_. I ADDING MACHINE Bunm.nd.I Blind Co., deal'D.. Central. V"n.U.n Orlando. FRMIG Wolmanized pre.ur trap dr.tn; m mlllnc f.I"t with PLAY GROUND EQUIPMENT, stand
l0 O CA'- Phone 119 ,
R. N. Medlin. phone 7634 framing
..ever 2240.iRREIVER or 2-321. I heavy dutJ 8-column: direct sub.atraction 9558 or (69 Orange Aye.. Winter against'r.t"d termites and: IMlr.Dc. $116 50. ; 'ofrS Hdw 2524 :h I ard and custom built. Most appropriate
cans have thought it over.and decided AWNINGS porch curtains. Venetian made ta or- I ; nt condItion. See .t Park 845.COICEE. rot MJ gift for crowing children. OB
to serve In the United States AnJ blinds glider covering. Phone 9826. .OrlandoGlass 31. Good Thinrs to Eat I 443 AvalOn Blvd ; off S Delaney. Nebraska.FRUIT KITCHEN STOOLS-A good display. Southern Metal Fabricating.
-the new peacetime Army. why Florida Awning Co. 432 S. Hughey. Ol.s a Mirror Wks: 1249. between 9 and 12 noon. Sunday. BLKS.. 4. 4x6x8; BASKEBu.he and ta assorted colors an metal. $195 Pine Castle. Fla. Ph. 2-O020.
s I 71 ( 934 Grand bushel and up. Knox Stores Co, 25 K. Pine.
cause of the high and the ; type;
pay. MACHINE BED ROOM SUITE-Breakfast table Avenue phone 2-4176. PUMPING UNITS-Portable and stationary
Phone 2-3163.
to save Because of free food .ANDRAIsH EIITrERED TOAST new; Amco Feed Co. 300 W. Robinson .
monel. CHALMERS SERVICE and cutting AN CF I and single bed living for farm and grove. Florid
; rug: COO
and of travel andadventure ; tractors and p.e t1t acetylene welding. Cohoon Machinery At Lne'L 19 N. room ; complete stairway. Indoor .on. in good condition electric Stimp- ph. 5663. LAWN SWEEPERS-Large also $44. Pipe Supply Co. 830 W. Church;

In far-off lands. B.ls Farm and Rome ) ." 43 Co- 138 W. South St._ _ I or outdoor. 552 8. Lake St. 2-4125. ; telephone FROZEN PD or Ice Cream c.b- See at B. F. rch Garlandand dial 501$.
of the finest medical and W. Robinson: phone 22713. MATTRESSES RENOVATED Cleancovers. BRICK ICE CREAM-We make our BABY net Arms.- a Robinsn. transite for
BED-Complete. S20. Please PIPE.Johns-Uanvllie
Because of the snorts and recreation own. Special orders made up atLaney's. CHAIRS-Oak. Bank of England and ,. LIVING ROOM extra overstuffed -
ALARM CLOCKS lumps softness re telephone 2-O113. c.p.el In.o cODdlton SU underground water mains. Florida
opportunities. Because of the satisfaction rmo""d. 149 N. Orange Ave. Open til straight hack. Immediate d ready chair
in helping Uncle Sam keep kind of clock or electrical "lh.- .tor..Free estm.t... on all .ort. 8 p.m. BABY BUGGY Collapsible; also : Florida Business Equip Co. l.rJ.. I I'I Market Melbourne. I. I rebuilt like new:ne.IJ upholwr.110 pipe at Supply. 632 W. Church; 011$.
the ment. We fix ""rtbIA.Bake Repair Rus Co.. I scales. Orange. 39 F. Wrought Iron.
Because of the reUr.m.ntP.J M.tr. $20. 515 Highland Ave.. 5454. Hollenbeck Dr.. PORCH FURNITURE-
..r Dd the Shop. 48 W. ._Ph 769. 1122 W.ChurrhSt. Phlne CIRUS FRUIT-Sweet and delici phone 4026.BEDROOM ,' I FELT- building p.pr: rol roofing 2.159.LlJGAGEV.I 1 glass top table. 4 chaIrs: 3 metal
.urtJ. Rmembr : orange and $1 COUCH-Chair. rug 9 x 12; floral I ; aluminum ; ; all le.the.
de lik
wanted: by the OFFICE -Our c.plrult I I chaise lounges with tnnersprtng mattresses
1.0.0 Amem.n h..e BULZER.ork MACIEs-REP : come and pick We SUITE maplet dIning 'I _sign. 2-0969 forinformatlon_ metal eave drip. Mills & Nebraska. Bargain 820.
Cu.UI. your nearest Army b,c.ln.A. J.. Check with buhl ,01r o.n I I room suites: extra beds; chest of I e.1 Palm. Us. oce. 8 one spring chair west of
station for full d.t.li Thompson. 501 East Georce stu.r. 1 S. Main 81-. phone : express drawers; new and oil 1329 COLLAPSIBLE BAT11 ft FLOOR CLEANER-Never use wateron Dr. I metal tables two wrought floor

8 Rutland Bide.. Orl.Do P.. BAMBERQ House and-windows 815! at Wahlncton 219 rNlim'. Dial Ave. 2-074.Corner ;I I IOZECSTARDT" I 19th St.BUILDERS. I. ranges. I II i MlllsJt and_ marine Nebraska.CAST 'o I! Smyth fine floors Co use N.Bruce Or. C.ne. LIME PLASTER-Phone 6395. lamps, one 9x12 Chinese fiber ma.
floors .
and out
washed: Inside : PAINTING; We recommend painters: ,, Lumbr
12. Lo&t and Found waxed and Phone 7288; large or small Jobs: free .Um.tn old-I HARDWARE-Full and IRON:' SKILLETS-.-Dutch ovens. PRUNING TOOLS-A good selection
s.i.ht. 2-3O98 .b. Arnold Paint Store: 23786. plenty of I complete Co.. N. See our stock. SmythLumber i chicken fryers corn stick and muf i FIREPLACE EQUIPMENT Items LAWN MOWER-Build your own R I of long and short handled pruning
BEAD-AND PEARL STRINGING HANGING-Samples shown fresh eggs Laney'a 149 N. Orange. Orsneand R.lrod. fin P.1. Wilson Leonard H.rd..re.U at 20% reduced price. Smith Lumber tary Type. We supply the shears. Knox Stores Co. 25 X. Pine..
PAPE Open I p m. BICYCLE-Boy's. 26"; price Slo" W. Central; 22157.CIRCULATING Simple and interestingto
BnLL L-V.rh 7. AM fat Jewelry and watch repair; estimates. Expert workman 1 : Co.. N. o.n.e and R.Uro.d.FO unit complete. I Phone 2-3163. I
returnto cu.rn. ship. Phone 2-O889. INDIAN RIVER FRUIT. The Best." needs minor repairs. 1951 Harmon HEATER for coal build. Price only $12 50. Write for Laser: 9 m.m. uki
Msgruder _ _ I CAB steel. 4-drawer. PISTOL-German
ted. e
Nor.d 1 A Winter Park. .
Sentinel-Star Classified Counter We ship fancy bushels. For venue r. Circular Tractor-Lltg- Co, Ave, phenol
Ia Including cord or split size : legal no Pre I new. 833. 313 Highland
broth and wo.
prompt service; ; .z.
For R.w.rdBIL rplrnc. PA"NO. D..Unc for..t.on. phone 4954. BEDSPREAD ; Rose of 350 SStar.CIRCIJLATINGHEATERfor. Spirit Lake Iowa.
licensed J. W. Mont- cmmenl.1 residentialDynamic Croh.ted 110. Bl lock. Smith-Wilson. Office Outfitters. 4026.
gomery. phone bnd. color schemes. Sand blastIng ICE CREAM and Groceries. Open Sharon: ; width 85. I I coal or 401 W. Central; 9759.FRYPASSeveral. LIVING ROOM SUITE-3-pieee ma- I PAPER DRAPES-Trims washable
LS-Fld. night .t 2-123. and David In- .. Sparks Grocery 8. len Phone 2-0720; P. O. Box 1407 Or- including cord or split and pie: good condlt1 Irons ne refinishlne I and faoe proof. lovely designs. H.
of w.te"rofnc. C .
BUILDING net .c.
CONTRACT lsrdo.BICYCI.EMana. .o fall
.la 20 $7O.
booth creek and Michigan.ICE : Hardware. 220 S. Orange.
phone Collm. homes and .p.ln to homes and man Co. (13. 11. B. 350 3-Star. UP. Knox Stores Co. size baby bed eo.n. AI drop I R. Parriah .
R..r.COWN buildings of any See T. PFullard. PAINTING-Interior and exterior: $20. Can be seen CABIN CRUISER-30'. for living 01 Phone 2-316. sides. $10. Smith. Riverside Park. Phone 21841.pELL.rOWhit.__ _
PI 1.081Amethyst and 39 K. Amelia: phone 2-4032- screens made and repaired: plentyof CREAM SANDWICHES At at 5O4 West Concord Avenue.BABY fishing. A-l condition. 95 h p.. POOD-FREEZER-Firestone Take old Apopka highway to Foreet knotty pine: VJotnt -
.al Sentimental value. CLEANING AND m.ter.l licensed bonded and Laney'.149 N. Orange. Open til BED-Sturdy prewar; complete. Chris-Craft motor new. Large complete cubic feet. Great upr.ht. City Road go one mile turn left at : S to 12 Inches wide. See this
..n. Pon. 7178.DIAMOND and carry PREIOC.b Insured B.me.745._ I p.m I $10. Can b seen at 3353 Felham galley. See at Sanford band 692 N. Orange. lut r Stre Riverside Park cross bridge second at Milts Nebraska _

RING LT-Ale money money. Bring us your clothes. 8uperlor PIPE CUT and threaded to your specifications. 'I Road. shell.T.Hesseltlne. GOLF CLUBS-And 1 .th.1 bag: complete house. Sunday 1 to 5 p.m. Dial 116. REELS Shakespeare "President"
In small bl. Keepmoney Cleaners. 214 Boone St. Florida Pipe A Supply ITS S GOOD-And s delicious we BARBECUE SETS Portable Ice CHAIR lounge t"l for porch or : A-l eondlton 2-0346; ask for 34R4.tlElliilEK elao premier salt water reels. R.
and return ring. .phone BUILDING repairing and painting: Co.. 630 W. Church: p15. 0115._ to name it. A generousslice I chests; thermos Jugs. Smyth LuBe yard. Metal camera trl- 513 Virginia CABINETS Bathroom H. Parrisb Hardware. 220 8. Orange.

Mrs. Hensly. 9486. all work guaranteed: phone 7569. ; of Neopolitan brick Ice creamon I berCo.N._ Orange and Railroad.BRIDAL pod: call 2-2519. fixtures; built-in Ironing boards: Phone 21841.RoA8TERSgnaiei.
, PAITOW.-Ieomm"nd- a lueou slice of Pound ..ke.Su.c.t Our Smyth Lumber and aluminum:
lasts for ; DRESS veil and platinum CASH REOITR Florida Cash GVENE SURPLUS- en telephone cabinets.
. Arnold Paint : 2-3786._ one Ie, wedding ring size 5.: size sales aervIce. Co N. Orange and Railroad. also saaee pans pails, etc. H. H.
ever. Walks driveways floors: our Sore ceives 2 gallons of our own Ice creamfree. R.lt !A.en\
specialty steps: free ".tm.tn. Dun- PIANO TUNrNO-Master technician Laney's. 149 N. Orange. Open ''J4. candellght slipper satin; tr.l; I .uppl".. 220 .M.la 8850.___ tire stock t b sold In 3 weeks. LAWN MOWERS-FN. proven quality. Parrish 2-1841 Hardware. 220 S. Orange.

k Fill Your Needs ham Concrete. 1622 N. Mii 2-25. tuning. (4 Repairing reasonable til 8pm. Box 343 8-Star. CABINETS-Mantels, frames windows 4 models. 14.95 uj>. "We Phone
No r.sn.ble bids rflNd. .lnIn"lte. Joseph Bumby .Platform, from 622.3O up;
lime rock Becker. 441 N. Hughey St.; 24118. BLOCK MACHINE-Mixer; p.net and other special mlllwork stock the parts. ROCKERS -
BtT-1 TIE..E or.nc" J. Hardware Co. 102 W. ChufhLUVBER Moore Furniture Co.. 2300 Edge-
complete Rainer. now available on short
10x12 ceiling and
rooms Bl
paving wtl tre.tm"nt grapefruit; n 15.. 22 notice. ). .ran.blJ.. 4127. come one. eo. all Tools and : framing mater Dr. "Open Monday Evening."
Work Bumby walls. S12 including flat oil. Low frost damage. Express toall Zel.o. P. Vutl.1 -Pine cypress
t. By Dialing aon. OI.rDte.. 141. rates exteriors. Helfand. 24287._ points east of the MIlppl ahlpm"nt BICYCsil'.; .I plmP and DI ROOM SUITE-Solid' oak; chain clothes, hardware garden and sheeting: phone 2-1147 for in- 2ADIO BARGAINS a-tvbe (small
CONCRETK FLOORS Driveways.atepa. PArNTTNG. DECORATING. Plaster Canada. Drive out to grove Ir 1 I. H. H.rd $ rc Please telephone 2-0113. f.l. fermstlon or 116 Irvin St. l.ory ease). 817.50. Dew Motorola

base. etc. Reasonable. Thirty p.tbln. quality P.lt.and work fruit t
t years In business. Free .tl.t eODtr..t or bOII. cua.a : and grapefruit nf'r home BABY CARRIAGE-Collapsible; good several odd chairs. Separate Inch phone 2-0346 or 813 Virginia ID-tube RCA M2 95. Ala others. Publis

4161 C. W. Nldy. Winter Park; 239. teed. Ph. 9724._ prices. e"enn. eondlton phone 4657. for inlor- lode at bargain. 225 E. Smith Ave. Profile Supply Co. 211 Butt St. Drive. rhancer.Radio Serrtce. 816 E. Washington

CONCRETE WORK; driveways: PAINTING and deor.tn. plaster unti seven p.m.. Sundays Don DIE ENGINES and power units LAWN MOWER-silent yard man 15. St. phoave 6792.Continued.
walks floors stepping sep patching. bonded (0 p.m. B. F. Bnnet. 3200 BABY CRIB and eblferob: white.In and Industrial In- GAS RANGE New table top: white Four 450x21 Tires $20. 22 Maseburg

.u.bonded: Southern St.t Floor Orlando Homes Maintenance Serf Lake cnd.rb Drive. St o Lake co cndltoD Pe 15. Call stallation. Florida Pipe Supply pr""laln S at 511 Christor repeater rifle. After 4 p m. 8OO Max [ On Next Face

871 .1 2-22 for e&U.te Ice. phone 9948. Co. 63O W. Church; Phone 6118. I well.Stetson.



THE GALLUP POLL The above list stands as a top group-Henry A. Wallace tioned In the present poll, after] Sen. Tom Connally. Robert La- High.High Tampa Winter; Miami Park.Beach Palatka Senior ,

highly revealing reflection of Herbert lovr. and Harold E the top 10. include Elder States- j Follette Jr.. Field Marshal Jan Slates Sarasota and Seabreeze H

the American mind.It Stassen- rr eive very prominent
man Bernard M. Baruch. : Christian Smuts Edward R. Stet- I Daytona Beach. Each school
will provide interesting material mention in the poll this Hen

MacArthur Ike Still for the sociologist and for year. A. Wallace Premier Joseph Sta tinius Jr.Ador.. enter two debate teams, one affirmative

and one negative, composed
student of the public mind in this For purposes of comparin ln Mohandas K Ghandi. Sen. slnrr.athletes: Cark Debate Festival of two speakers on each

here are last year's
countr. pple Arthur Vandenberg. of Michigan Gable. Kate Smith, Bob Hope

Student will find it significant 1. Douglas MacAbu. Walter Winchell, columnist Ring Crosby. Ruth. Hank team.Question for debate will be the
, List Hen Bb
10 includes no great 2. Dwight Eisenhower.
. Top Popularity industrialist or businessman no 3. Harry S. Truman. Ford CordeU Hull Herbert HoI G.reenberg. Sinatra, Joe [Speiol to The Sunday evtneI.Sfcrl current national high school

Louis Templcton, Van qnsetion. "Resolved: That the
Alec Florida High
famous or scholar, or 4. Eleanor Roosevelt I ver and Albert DELAND The I

I, GEORGE GALLUP scientist eucatr. popular 5. Winston In addition Eti already Johnson, Paul Robeson. School Debate Festival will be held Federal Government should pro-

(D'-,- -trs. Amcriccn l Institute of Publk Opin'onl; sports or the theater. I i, 6. Herbert Hover.Cuch. mentioned, the following persons Writers commentators: George at Stetson next Friday and Satur' Tide a system available of complete to all citizens medical -

PRINCETON N. J. Gen. McArthur and Gen. Eisen- these people-are all with one exception 7. Henry Wallace. received prominent mention Bernard Shaw. Helen Keller. DeW I day. Eleven schools have registered at public care expense." Each school

I in some aspect of public 8. Dewey. throughout the country: Pearson. Fulton Lewis Jr. entries.
hower are the two men who head the list again this year of Tom the will participate In four rounds
is by
affairs. The lone exception 9. Harld Stassen. Military and Naval leaders: Religious leaders: Archbishop R The festival sponsored
living people admired most by the U. S. i eight debates without eliminatktn. -
public. Florida Association of Teachers
Sister Kenny 10. James F. Adm William F. Gen. J. Father

This is on the basis of a poll of the nation in which It also interesting to note Among the mtn Byes ple. the top Charles deGaulle. Hle.. E. Ch Jone Ms.Fagan Fton J. of Speech and the Stetson Department .

voters in all walks of life were asked: that i of the top 10 are from five most are Byrd. Gen. Mark W. Clark. Adin.Chester I Sheen. of Speech. Director of the Two schools having the highest

L What person living today tn the United Eisenhower. MacArthur Churchill. W. Scientists: Madame Marie Curie festival Li Richard C. Brand of the scores will meet In a final round
Nit Saturday night. If a run-off is
f any part the world do you admire Pope Pius, Siter and Truman. Political: Boothe Luce. and Karl Compton. Stetson faculty who said today
o 4. Harry S. Truman. Cucn. al Mar choices Mac- GOT. Earl Warren of California I Business John D. that registrations had been received necessary to break a tie semifinals
i 'omtn's fgr
Here mot are the first 10 on the 5. George C. Marshall. Kenn.Sme changes have taken placein Arthur Eisenhower Truman Eleanor I Harold E. Stassen. Sen. Robert A. Rockefeller. .- Johnston from the following high will AH be held Saturday after
schools win be rated
list order of frequency of] 6. Eleanor Roosevelt. top 10 since last year. There Roosevelt and Churchill. Taft. Generalissimo Chiang Kai- "Eddie" Rickenbacker.Labor schools: noon. -

c mention i 7. James F. Byrnes. are three newcomers George C. Veterans pick Eisenhower Mar- shek. David E. LUienthal. FioreUo : John L. Le'is. Orlando Senior High. Edison by the terms Excellent Superior,

1. Douglas MacArthur. 8. Pope Pius x Marbal. Pope Pius XII. and Sis- shall. Macu. Churchill, and H. LaGuardia. Anthony Eden. I' Others: Charles A. Ldbrh High. Miami. Landon and Andrew Good or Average. A fitting certificate 1-
I I Jacksonville Ponce win be awarded to each school
Jackson High, :
2. Dwight D. Eisenhower. 9. Sister Ken. I Tmn Sumner Welles, John G. Winant, Madame C D

. 3. Winston ChurchilL 10. Thomas E. Dewey. not Included.I Naes moat prominently men- Leon Blum. Sen. Joh W. Bricker. of de Leon High, Coral Gables, Plant 'participating in the festival.t.r .


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; &rnttnrl-&t 33. Articles for Sale 34. Articles Wanted 41. Poultry and Supplies 47. Rooms for Rent 51. Houses for Sale 51. Houses for Sal 51. Houses for Sale I I I 51. House for Sale

also WANTED-To furnteh PRICES and Why-W* SHINE ST. 419 double forTourist
THERMOS size: N4 room
SEC LIMITS-(Just out> Modern '
OR. FRA pint and BPt. H. Par FC1UfI. reasonable; 2-2037 orde from Venesuelian ; .n..t.home heat bet BEVERLY SHORES-Superbly modern bedroom home attached 2 I EAST SIDE Hew 1 bedroom frame LAKE VIEW-For sale by owner new
13 "lr .. 010 W. Government Pen Pedisreed and cold garage. bungalow: I I 2 bedroom home Possession at
.MC 187 rich Bad..re 2 S Orange. Phone Owners private ; Or pullet 1.0 from .tr 3-bedroom. 2 full tiled bath H acre lot with 56 larse citrus tree i close b.rd.o fo..tuh.' Once 1412 W. 17th St. Tenna.
.e" home. Designed for year-round this garage lu .tor. 11.
chk. .cl o
SEWING MACHINE very nice and near bus Price
::1 Cont. from 2184.Ta WAWU best B.red Rock ben*. TAFT. FLORIDA Double rm I fort and ., c 1 down; bslsnce bi. ral H.r He.UI.
Preceding Pure] ta. D Inter eox Gubbs p1 &ephM leaves 01 lot of high T kitchen privileges desired U co..nln. S8o lbr.1 t.r arranged .Itl la LORRAINE AYE-S-bedroom. furnished
I only the of tilefInest Broke.
wlU. .
2-7212. ho. Fenneli. CI.nl.ltw boope. cochere electric
o.ru port :
n.tna 181. eDcUn & cockerels have at iris 810 116 Ca 2-1993 I
.:._ Articles for Sale 116. 35R.P.r Joe Parks & Sons. West 11010. ask kltc.n.U-R-1. .k. c.1 I For m.ter.J.by R.r.l.rl.D. 6 W. Vou Tetr. refrigerator. No city taxes. Only
UPHOLSTERY Out 35. Fuel Oil and Wood P.l B.c COLLEGE of EAST SIDE 4-bedroom SiJOO. term A. Culver Ooldea.
.RADIOS-.Crosley and In remnant FARIC. F. TWO BEDROOMS-Men Ire.r Jr. with Robert R Tyre. ter>. .PAKE.I U.- home 1 tb baths. Broker 1121 N. Orlando Av*_ Sneer
Realtor 13 W. .IU
type and t.b Faa CoD_ R. 8. Brown. 2911 N. Orange rac. FUEL OILS-Complete line for home 45. Apartments for Rent private entrance: ..r.e ht Washington. galow that was built In '42. 2 screened wood throughout all roC I underpass Winter Park Open Bun.

tabe. Bum Baewae 102 W, VENETIAN BLINDS.-28". 30". 32" .nl industrial use. "We Serve Cen water: semi-private bath; 2-6482. 1 porches tile bath. Well landscaped large and air?. Has furnished. $-room LOCKHART room; screened porch:
Fuel Oil .. I 75-It. tot. 8980O. Allen garage apartment la rear that returns
Btedsoe APT.-4 rooms. 722 Citrus Ave. WESTMORELAND S. .ohne.on. bath: partly furnished. InquIre at
34" and 3" widths .IU almu Ford..N ZOO. Tanks available.FUEL Me room BEVERLY SHORES See tor. 14 N. R.1 $55 per month. Price. 1180. store by Poet Office except Saturday
available Sunday .. withor th b.aU- Or.n.
RUBE SAY for any slat blnd.: $ each Wintr CRYSTAL LAKE DRIVE room. Ins terma. and C.rr. and Sunday.
2-a time par. 1739 Ka Ave. dial 8059. Or- OIL-Better fuel oil I bath. New $20 .ek. Including without kitchep privileges on new. bungalow. ton. 70.men. T I
daw R& ando Blinds Manufacturing.VINZTI&N Just like an extra ode utilities. At pr Kasper's reudence. Holrien' Heights bus line. fu m.soo : COLONIAL AND PUTNAM S'lon E 9516. Phn. A LIFRO.T: SUBURBAN-6-room
.t. .n .all.t d.tn I 2 miles from GoOd 6-ronm bnntslow: cBu-tr' C.re I heuae. 1> years old. completely
( BLINDS-Ten days delivery. Orlando Fuel Oil Co, Inc.phone airport. near spacious bedrooms with large closets mOI *
hoe WINTER : ''
Pine pbon- ill and built PAI. Br.kat flr.he apartment $42 a beautiful setting famished: elcctri kitchen; 4H acre
811$ CLOSE IN-Attractive modern 3-roora .. neatly ES SIEII
at .
& -Aa .1Uu .
.. e.to fumlche moth U occupied. and most attractive j of land oa hard aorfaao road. Located
steel; .o.Ma1at.r' terms as FUEL OIL Call now for prompt furnished .p.rment. tile bath month and room. Inqur. Mr. Ed..r. 30 2 full tile b.tb large sun prcmoem. 2-car. garage fruit nicely located: nerh: h::this new 3bedroom.frame { out of Orlando oa C S. 17-92. CoaI -

RADIOS-The famous all wave O. X. I moul$5 f.cln. Ca 0 .nt. :.ro.n. and fuel oils: &ow.r $150 Orange.WEBER widow selling account bre..ment. of cypress -I tact owner at 107 E. 7th St. ean-
portable with rechargable battery.priced a pr mnFr eum.t.. ; Pl 8021. McOrawsfuel rate. will consider late model AVE90 Double room convenient kitchen attic fan: leaving city; home .. cnstnce floors. I| ford. Fh 763-w. Price 89.5OO.
Rdb. Ventn Blnd C. 10 car in Write Box 371SStar. : 889M Sam
uoadtast at wave 139-6O length.; with$99.50.standard Or- I pb. 216.VACUM Smc. t.acUol breakfast: continuous privileges.: hot Innerspringmattress water. large corner lot. T.r. Can 8513. S .; ,tr. Johnson Co., 208 ur. .b.u.D screened,Ih plL laundry at-- 1 I LAKE FRONT. Maitland-For floridallvingatltebestw.offerthisiake

anda .. Inc. K.Jrange. CUJ Electrolux; 37. Fertilizers and Soils DELANEY ST. SECTION-Three unfurnished Mr. partly furnished Including : front estate. New cement brick com-
( a5. i a & A-I condition: apartments. Corner De.ney WASHINGTON ST.-1401 W. Nice O'ren Betteg Investment Co. COLLEGE PARK $1935 down rt" kitchen equipment. Price I!I pletely furnished bungalow with 2

run.bJ phone 2-8601. COLD SMOKE For best results. .. and Michigan Ave. Can b seenMonday large room for Heatedreasonable. payment ...-. $12 *. Jamer oa and

.RADIOS-Phileo. RCA and .c' X.conaole i VENETIAN BLD M.nuatur everything in the garden use Cold morning. Call 7195. Ph. 7267.NICE. tourt. 25 W. W..hi.tn p.7.ent buys this lonU I R 70 E. C.nlrL Phn. large Overlooking bedrooms one and of our screened most beautiful porch.
and table model, well 57r.-
la Orlno Soil Corrector. 308 Brook- HAMPTON ST. 1028 N.-In private I bln..lo.: floor furnace. Bustert Carter. 8:18.: a c.re'j Wonderful fishing boating
lulL Met1
lakes. :
Bmok .
a* portable and battery quiet room; downtown.near Lk
I 6314.
7-day Wood Dr. phone
WI.rd CN. over and
d.U.e b..n home: modern 2-room apartment. you will not EEWATJ MANOR-Just or bathing- 24O ft. front oa paved
I it onialtown Kelxer. Voa Te.t. B c ery. Blinds measured and installedwithin POULTRY MANURE. $15 .ton: at Connecting bath: linen and dishes telephone 4933.SIEEIO ole. ; for gentlemen; COLLEGE PARK-6-yesr-old frame other modern bungalow ::I Rntl7 rODLCu. 3-bedroom road running8OO ft. to lake. 2-acre

II I ; dJ 51. 1 75 miles of Orlando. E.u.t the FairvlUa Poultry F.r phone furnished or anurlbe. Privateentrance 2-bedroom bungalow; excellent materials such a low down payment. Th ', of a.tO con I of young grove Close to convenience

RUG. -8x12; attractlre. all woeU l.r-i without obligation. alAo VentD 5927. ; car .h.ler. Edel couple; Porch: living room ad- and condition: tastefully furnished U right to Sounds Ik. .t- "trotl. Oak fl. I.U with ; (16.700 with good term Mr. Bryant

lain: $65. Breakfast let: table h1 Blind Mfg.. 1739 S. Ku 8$1. any amount. Also adults only. bath. 2 business men pre tbrouaholt Close to bus and ter act qllcklr 01. only. C. 'I.h..r Ute 5 ft. I with Herman Goodwin. Inc.. Broker.

back benches $25. C Winter vACtfuWciT.Dk model PET-Dlnre: dirt. Write H. A. NEW. modern tourist cottage duplex ferred. Close to bus. Dubsdread sec I $12.500. George all at- tP tion. Phone 2-O639 after 5.30. Painter with A.her Peter. Realtor. 70 1.1 In Offered completely ,
P. O. Box 102. Lkh.r Fla. kitchenette utilities furnished. 825 2 rer lr LAKE EOLA SECTION s atory
IUBNSPo an typewriters Very attractive prices. 116)) week cheaper SV E Centra 788. ished. 912.OOO or .nlrnl.he. outside. Leaving
m&e t.ehm.nt. County. monU r.t. I frame reconditioned
ROOM Kitchen
from X. Robin- pone 33R-I2 DOUBLE Weir Pine.
. .ddln mhl. P. W.ltr Wilcox Inc. 61 m1.Cheney hOI. on lake: new home: prYee. l.t.r. Sntm. 68 town must sell. James Donnelly,
... of
SI St.n sea "The buss We.u- and Seeds CC AVENUE Seldom do 481 Road. Orlando.
.ah. St.phone 8158.RUBBER iouse.** 38. Plants Flowers NICELY FNIHE garage apt. guests. 10 miles from Orlando. Telephone COLLEGE PARK-2 and 3-bedroom Rt. 2. Forest City _
1 for[ who do not No objection children.TWO "FRONT INCOM* property-a
I STAMPS To Order 50 I VACUUM CLEANER-'Electric H.m AZALEAS cut artistic table tmoke nor drink: adults: 4 rooms. 69. t homes completely furnished: quick we hare the opportunity to offeras I I LAKE 3-bedroom home* each
cents Line. Line ton ; also Bissen n.en *: Klttinter's. 12x16 screened electric RoM3omfortabl- possession. W. L. Llnton. Broke. EAST SIDE block to bus. beautiful

$1.30 Stamp Pads .tents: '! .. Bh. B. Parrish Hardware.220S. decorations. E.: Central: 4643. kitchen prrh la.u...te. Box Inc le flrhe 2217 Edgewater Dr. Phone fine and complete a home as this New frame house 2 bedrooms b.th with ester garage to country apartment: quick one possession In city;

East 27 Brooklyn Phone 2-1841. 8 1046 Winter Park. Orlando Informaton. well arranied rooms one car
!! .r If want a home
217 S'r 2. Or.n. corn no.er 2-257. one. It brand uI terms.Hail I I I both furnished you
new built of the some
ANUA Pt 19726-1406. b"aU.stI
I 'jEEA'BLINDS-Window .h.". and C. J. HEW 4-room apartment: one bedroom. an.l. rom. CITY LIMITS- foer 2-bedroom 1 Agency. 112 N and terms are good with Income ceo
RI -See the Clarion portable as b.t I custom made and stock Williams. 1411 E. Concord. furnished: adult! only: phone 4680.SUBURBANDuplex deUe4 bungalow: large ; water materials i I 8l.. R.ltor. these good buy Mike Flower. Brok
Collier's. $44 95. Yel- 1 steel or wood blinds. h..te close school stores; bat and finished with A.e. er. 33 8. Main. Phone Charles Chabot
todM and golden narclasus apartment: (1 t .
21S M. Rosalind 919 C.nt.l. Orlando. 9558 or 069Orange BULBS Wht 47-1. Rental Agencies immediate priced to I I.I.I I 552$. Sunday 2 to 4.
: daffodU bedroom modern
) strictly son excellent
: ; !
Ate Park The .n.tes n.. 239 E. Or.nt.CHEOKU .u .Ic. Three bedrooms;; 2 I 4
Aye. ;* F raUb
I 845 giant tulips erocu 25' dl.n& completely and nicely furnished; including LAKE HOLDEN SECTIO '
best cost no more at LANDLORDS-We will supply you desirable FOREST rooms cypress -
CT RA frame horn
RIFLE---30'06: Sooner custom built closing o.tt utilities. Ka-Lu Apia. ph.Ln..o. tenants tree of charge and: PAK-Dple. tile b.t and 401bl. garaee. It 1 a i mod- 2-bedroom
rrls .f Immediate porsessten.
stock: 330 scope in eseel- VENETIAN BLND.d.-24' 2524 23. .
lent condition.e..e: some 22 .nl .ht j $10 for .. Ph Vi Kuh shipment: aU your APARTMENT-Apply obl".I.on.. .Just Real phone Estste us your Agency.. .e.' Jbdrm.; roof. One apartmentrents pleasure to thow this type. of home. era .kitchen wash boa. Just gsraxe. off- Price $6500. Ana Goodwill with Herman
ginia Drl.e.VEI CAC5Nr. TREE-ROM 8 b.nna IMII tel. Goodwin. Inc.. Broker $77 K.Oranw .
gun &.U P.n 2-282 Petty of 310 HugheyCourt. S. for $175 per oth.ro.ner Donnelly.
C.l. .0'1 G.r I rear 2! Court St. Ph. 2-4431. montl i I old Apppka .me Ave.. dial 9855.LAKEVHW .
Mam. : : BLINDS At last Fella 2319 N. Call RoyaL Call Mr. with Investment :'
RADIOS the and blinds at new reducedprices d.n.. Or.n. WE WIL HELP you find a rental Broker. Otupled. Ll. O'r.n Bte. HOSPITAL SKC1'ION-tNear). 6 room -New 2-bedroom home.
fo & ., rigid aluminum 177.CAYEL WEBER'S COR"ER. Orange Blos- for service charge. Veterans Co. 25 I home with new .etln clrcula- For quick
Firestone or W. Washington 6U Close In. A rare bargain.
up. Pl.n U t.xll. palms; furnished. Real Estate Agency. 29 S. Court. CITY tins beater refrlgera- !
Firestone, slats .. Allow 4 weeks ace. I.nd e LINorh. brand new 2 'I .Iet.e. sale. 845OO with $15OO down balance
eU trm. Or.n. an p"nt 1 room furnished for light house tor. and hardwood! '
for .quality bld. A.kllu a.H & tpl.1. ro blOk hous tile for; Phone 8513.CORNELLAVEl872.. I .tr $3O monthly. Immediate possession.
ConOM. e.l..r w
keeping. newly I tense lot
U.sl.hlt Nurrl. 48. Hotel Rooms bllt-'I : on pavement. fn; retor.t Call owner at 2-7404.
REFRIGERATOR ft. Prewar. il.ltol dial BUn. CITRUS and all fruit FURNISHED APT.-Light*, water and I.ulnl. will soil for only $6 250. C. t sell 12.78. B. D.1
Eduw.tr : 2-$5. TE .n. New 2 bedroom LAKE JESSUP-lo-acr* fine bearing
Never used.4th ho. oa richt.ya trees this section. gas furnished: private bath: hot GLYNN HOTEL-64 W. Church Broker. 2516 N. Orange. Realtor. 10 E. I
Burea Ave.. MACHINE-New. Univer 81 5644 or 2-2183. masonry house. Owner greet; Parson Brown and Pine
WA-BG to Nebraska to Nursery week adults no children New Transient eGn HOLDER room cottatecompiete
water. :
call Mil Ple' 12 : m.n..ement will Winter I ILSILTWf" (! HT0H apples. Also nearly new 2 bedroom
R. 22: like new: 1: r lorm.Un or pets. weeks 2635 E. Ph. Nor .crlfk. on
JOLVEH. 2-4293. DAHlIAS 1 dosen. .lalo. 1 5 I.d..ne. 1114. CHENEY HIGHWAY-Very close In. caD .tr. r.rof modern bungalow. SOO' lake frontage:
barrel 2 boxes You move Unfinished
ta. mo.l" ; I and $4 lefferson. 2-bedroom o In Florida
II. new land
.retle.m.m. block 7 finest snuck ;
hundre. home: 2 acre* acres
m r bolster $35; WRIST WATCH Man's H.mUtn; $2 Free 48-1. Beach Rentals Also. 3 bdroom well furnished S IronU 2 bedrooms. 1H bath |' Ideal location for
c.t. frame 5 :3 Artesian well:
101 N. Glenwood it. perfect cnd.ta unblc 11. i I Southern Bulb Farms. Morh. Lk. Font. L.ln.. .rom. prche. lots: screened porch. large: extra re.r'' room frame home In good rondUoD In sarsie. fruit t.. Lot beautified.Complete I! fishing and hunt ng camp; other

: ;onway R.d. Everything WE HAVE a few available for nice Snen' front porch .I.s.I.p house at leisure and live Exclusive ListIng. -
BoP 8HINGIAlbll uH. ROSE Best. Hnt private dnk. rom. P.h. chicken house. Both good possibilities etc.
WINDOWS-PramS. cabinet m.n'tl BVSHIWorld'. til May 1st. February and Prh electric kt.n. in cottage or complete home right reducedfrom
Free take children. $150 values. E. J. 1633 For quick sale price
M.rch AmerC.DPI.a
I IDO. on ...
Lake Holdea Garden. 3/10 of a mile and ote special mlllwork ed McClung Bros. lut.t don. right on tb OUl Ave. Tle. I'I'outt.ndlnl AI.n .hnn. 14 N. Orange away and rent fol. Apply owner $17500 to $11.500; terms.J. P.Mattox. .
east of Orange Blossom Trail on reasonably short : c.t.lo.. Texas. APARTMENT Private bedroom. .nl fishing. C.l Ocean : 8612. "Specialising II Ho"... 1418 40th St. ra cottasr. Br ker. 14*. N Main: S809

Holden A... notice. Mutual Mlilwork Co.. Ph. 4127 i T71e. share living -room and kitchen: attractive Ln. Cocoa Florida. CASSELBERRY..2.bedrp. bnnga. CRNJT.-1884-; 6roomI HILLTOP HOME-In on* of our beat

: V crimp WATER -Gas. 20 gaL tank and home lake: low; on large corner lot. Look for I I and rlr.l.residential ao Lake Located efOrlando's
39. Livestock LAKE FRONT- on ***
I aPO. OAV.I. bl. average .BEAt B. J. Grcsham. 263 Supple adult; $15 per .o.elolln.438 or 49. Business Rentals cur$3.995.sign west. side of highway. Price glassed-in sleeping porch tile bsttt.hardwood I frm 2 sides; 2-.1. 3bd.I I most desirable glogwlalakes.

at $7.87 per square ;gauge E. .efeln i GOAT-To freshen lOn c.n.' Box 379 Sla. N. ter...: dial Courtney 2-2471. Realty; 392 floors offered at $9.750; I rooms 'nd amaster W* offer aa attractive 2-bed.
and $$-32 per square for 2 .u. hi H-P. motor. 2OOO Street OFFICE SUE Apply 121 N. Ask for R-654. Harold V. Condct1R..lor. wdrh'ltA eastfrontage room bungalow with 3 acre of
For Immediate delivery and WRu' $50. See ., 433 S. 'I Bumby. Pot of S.U 46. Houses for Rent Orange .. CONCORD AVE.. E.-2-bedroo5j 37 E. Central. 6137. : grounds: around with several citrus trees. See

ment. Write, pbone or call by. National I IWATERmATK2 galow; tile' bath hardwood floors; CLOSE IN 2-atory frame. 3-bedroom I very nicely furnished. $28.50O. terms. this one today. Price S7.5OO.OO furnished
Pressed Steel Co. 1601 At Rosalind Ave._ _ _ JERSEY COW-Very gentle .nl US7mer $30 per OFFICE rent stenographic gas ranse and hot water heater Immediate home. 2 2-car garate. Huckel-O Deal. Realtors. 11$ E. Rob : terms. Ask for helms Benson
gaL. $80: space I prefer to sell f.t CTAGlrrlshe. family.W. I and telephone anlce. Dckn.. Possession. .prh. inson. dial_2-3753. Realtor. 21 W.
I.nt Ave. Pbone 7812 or SI09. Write 423 B. 18.85. Courtney Some fruit plot Hence I with Martie William
Box 3351. Orlando. Fla. Blt.De: brand new. co. .. 173O N. MUI W. Rlnshaw. Intercession City. I o.ne.RTAUN Realty-: 392 N. 2-2471. I. partly furnished and buy 'i HOLDEN HEIGHTS-New home 3 Washington St. Phono $106.

RUBBER STAMPS Better Stanpe. crated; mink dyed fil coal 110 MAR -Have nice h.rDe. mare Fla. _ _ SPAACE in connection CITY LIMITS Quick for every purpose. phone $n.a-_ _ !I works good any where. Gentie.anyone LIMITS-SmaU houw. I bar for rent to relIable I home: nice porch fur with Stimpson-Staton. Realtors. MetcalfBld I i kitchen furnished. Near bus, immediate -
"rle. I handle. Buggy and barrens EST CT person: small capital required; arn 91$ 26th St.
Supplies Rubber Stamp WATREATKe. "Day .I can alter 10:30: M. forIntervl. nished. washing machine ..: phon 11. pocsessiOB. LAKE PRIVILEGES Bwtanmtnr..
Works. S W. Cb.&rcl) at a. orange. 01 ; blower all for $175. or .I sell lep. 2-J98. A excellent Rd.STORE. location: apply 2327 Con- I and refrigerator garagean d laun [ IP..lr.m. HARVARD AVE.-IH-story frame: 4bedrooaia. boating and fishing almost la your
t.chment .. Cost $175. sell for I .r.tl. Can be len 1404 j way dry: lake privileges. terms. C. I M baths Mk (tovra. back yard. New concrete block bunsa
two-bedroom 113
linoleum AT- pil. tank and equipment. 1405 phone $ HAVEN DRIVE161. SAC for rent: prefer radio I B Da.i R.lor. E oeU.rsl screened porch. Hardwood O screened porch central heat. A real low with many unusual feature and
RUGS Broadfelt. wool. Or 2-1215.; Belgrade Ay.phone 8643. RABBITS -1 month Old; does and b 5 .5 e.'etI7 month. I..lae. rp.lr : phone and lights cellent condition. Uarate. $1.8J I home for large family. Near school appointments. You'll like everything
2O1 Edcawatmr
d0.. Dn'. electric bucks: $2.50 each: breeding does modern: $125 per furnished: $12.SO a week or on com COLLEGE PARK-Thi* dorable bnnt Jone. with M. J. Moss 131h Broker, stores bus. Large corner shaded from its unusual kitchen to its big

WAxrUBEa Just rehe. $5. Good stock: Havens. _Lkb.r SUBURBAN Small. 2-room cottage: mission; ph. 2-4302. galow. 2 large bedroom,. beautifully IJ. Main: phone lot. No Inflation. $13.200. Howard. boo* tot. Truly a gem for $11.500 fur

SLICING MACHINE. used electric.In Knox Slr. Co. 25 E. Pi. SADDL HORSES-For sale or trade; adults only. Please telephone FREE BUSINESS SPACE desk and furnished; than Better COLONIALTOWN SECTION bedrooms Broken 306 N. Main. 7325. nished. For appointment ran EMoin-

good 3-4125.condition; n.sn.bl.; telePhone 2-3163. used Western saddles 8435. telephone: in Real Estate office: investIgate Wallet $1.0. .. with cross ventilation. L HIGHLAND LAKE SECTION-Beautiful son > Btaton. Metcalt Bldg.. Phone

WHEELBARROWS-Garden and lawn cheap. We will trade lor "what have WINTER PARK 6-room furnished In rl.r for ans _fing telephone.Call Realtor: 2-253. Completely furnished corner modern bunsalow. Moat 5159.

r RAW HATS wide election men's largest assortment In town. you IOU 1310 W. hat fit. Ph. bungalow: 3 bdrom b.U breakfast 7407. CLOSE IN-Excellent 9.16.bl. and stores. 87.15O. Terms art arranxements we have sera

and women's: fishing hats andcpa. \1.Hardware. 102 W. Church. 2-238. nook; .. ; ho 1000 SQUARE for rent; suitable story Colonial type I..to. two "Speak to Spiegel.Whitney Spieael Istely. Price $12 500 and worth more.

>. cattlemen's hate baseball c.p.I Bumbl your sow *.rio ShopS Pine and cold ..te 1310 Sunset for f1i month: telephone beautifully landscaped lot 97 home x 225 on Realty Co. Realtors. 706 Me'ul See this. Ge,. H. Kittredge, Realtor. LAKE FRONT-New masonry 1 pet-
2524 K.hI.SCALES. bnd. Ior.
ekof'e Hd. .. GLVEProt.t. Castle Ra. phone Orlando 618. 9158. feet King size living room dining Bids. 2-3269. 2-3176 ________________________ room bungalow. Rambling type.100x250 .
computing fan type: good W. Church.WALLPAPBRL.akest. BEAUL COOL-8-room summer room butlers pantry kitchen and H COLONIALTOWN-Here's a lovely 2- INTERCESSION CITY-New. 5-room foot lot. Nice neighborhood.

condition: cheap: telephone 2-4125. Just 46. Pet Stock and flrnh. 2 suet from Or- 50. Wanted to Rent bah dowstalr. has m. bedroom bungalow recently redecor house furnished. Venetian blinds. H mile city limit south price
in d Upl.1
SCREEN DOORS-We have In stock l.n Supple lando. Lr. attractively landscaped. bdrom. and ated. Delightful front screened porch: Extra Joining lot 60xl2O. Both for $13.000. well financed- Immediately

2'8"x'$"; 18.5. 2'8"x6'8": So.1!*. arrived. For stock.original Orlando and prio RABBITS does and Aprl 1 to Dee. 1. ReasOnable APARTMENT or 4 room furnished two car rm.garage with all larce rooms. P.e 1"95. terms 84 600 Mrs. Bessie Reynolds Box available. Rob't 8. Hue with Robert

3'i6'; $7. W.detC Inc- 100 W.Amelia. and paper see our Co. 36 X. .ckn AGRA. 84O: 6 doe and hlthe to r.ht r Phone 2-2933. or unfurnished; permanentworking laundry equipment and apartment Jamerson and Corle. 10B. I| 1359. Banford.___________________ R.6174.Tyre. Realtor. 13 W. Washington.
2-220. W.lp.pr $30: 1 bred Cheskes do $ HOUSE; .UrcUnl furnle couple. Call Monday 8 to 5; above. This property 1 In tip top CentraL (Buster) IVANHOkSKCTION-520 Greely Ave.

SINKS-All m.tat. 2-331. standard siahnke. 1 mile north on Forest City Mildred Holton. 24524. condition Inside and Out While this te 9516. c.r-I 6-room house. Cypress construction -
from $119.85 $8485 424n: r.c WINDOWS AU upr. Rd. only: $J5 per week: ph. 2-33B6. APT. OR or 3-bedroom home has never a.d for thepurpose COLLECTS completely and nicely furnished.If LAKE FRONT-* mile out. 1 bedroom -
\ la stock for delivery HOUE2 P"R-Fane.
sizes .
duced to $9.15 Immedl.t delivery.Warren's. style size imel.t order. BIRD DOGS-Pointers. 1 year male. HOUSE- : furnished References it could a splendid room ..c.I... "f_ you want a real home one that furnished bungalow on 260
anfurn hP. income foot
; any I under h..h caliber guest home landscaped lot. Dock. $9.500.
way and garage. Modern of hurricanes and
4 pups. 2 male. 2 female. Can bebought at ; 2- I .U.ch.t has stood the test
6. window and door frames: re.deDt. Ph
Also IrmP S"lde' management. The will sell Jones with M. i. Nose 13th. Broker,
d lot.
BCWINO service on all 1120 by pair or Box Ida.LIVING. __ 1179. furnished ow.r Isndl. CloM termites for fifteen year then buy
MCHII f&r oren. 17U .p.r.tel. a or unfurnished. Priced to 132 8. Main. Phone 6977.
.. .
stores and Price $10.500 unfurnished. -
for tll.SOO
307 this or
; Phone and $
bo& 73.WAT a.BOARIG ROM. bedroom dinette APARTIN-.3 sell at 127.0 anflrnlsh.". I Bryant with Herman Inc. required. LAKE LUCERNE SECTION
$4 5OO cash GuesthouseS
oleh.l -
ald_console. Al Wiggins; 6247.BEWINQ 20 and furnished: May : cash .
HEATERS-City gas. CK SPANILIn Apr Ca. Pem.n.nt. CloeI .dllt'l I r.ulrd. Mr. Ltte Broker. 677 N. dial 9855. room, 211. bath, extra
MACHINES-.Cabinet electric rapacity. Knox Stores Co.. d.ldl.1 clppn.. l.thln. lune: adults; 1218 SSlsr.APT.- Harold Shepherd Realty 20 E' O.n. IVANKOE SECTION-1826 Herrtwm. garage large shaded plot. I1S.OOO.
Singer Sewing Machine Co. 16 30.100. Phone 23163.WASHIG.CKLlu.. Stud service .' B.u LAKE Washington. St. Phone 5124. f rI CLOSE I-3 bedroom bungalow. Ex- A nice 6-room home. Good netahborhocd -
2 Pn. C FON-L.lnl rom. b- -3 or 4 roms; i 2 bedrooms classed In extra terms. M. J. Mos 13th. Broker 132
W. Pine: dial 7334. son Int. Ch. s Excellency old I cndltoJ HOd.o non
K.n .D room kichen. Veteran wife 6 months COLLEGE PARK-D.ple. completely electric S. Main. Phone 6977.
dinIng -
living room
SAWS. new portable electric Speed- after Fe.\enll Kennel Orange porches private dok. Everythingfurnished baby. perm.nent reliable sober. CaU furnIhed. Large corner &beau $1000 famlhed. $.1.. A. Allison kitchen. Venetian blinds. Oaraee. LANCASTER PARK-Xilory Medi

..matte. K1O-10"- blade.- $185. K88C non 219 M.bbtt SU Kissommee. Clr.rKER tae fhldnn.. $1SO. 'U Bob. 2-079 9 to 5 daily. I shrubbed. Attached saraie. .dl.t. 37 W. Washington. Fruit trees. as soo. Mortsaae terranean. 4 bedrooms nicely fur

$13130.. K75 7V.". 'UI8. FOB P.. SPANIEL PUPPIES-Blond. Mav 1st. Hudln.LAKE APT.-Furnished. klth.nelt 1. 2- Has exceptionally good income. Tbl CLOSE IN-Corner duplex: 84.OOO at 845 month. Owner at 1828 nlshed. Maids quarter Quick pos

Orlando. Also DeWalt L.n WALK-IN COOLER: -Hill. 6x9 porcelain Merwood Kennel. Saoford. FOST-D oa want to rent bedroom; .ldl.. Aprl 1; la an outstanding buy and b could used as f.rnl.he with Harrison St.: phone S-2637. session. $23.500. terms M. J. lInes
metal lathes, .h.p.electric windows. W. lit stn.Phone a house with all May Box 356 I had on .o terms. Robert L. b : IJ'h. Broker 132 B. Main. Ph. 6977.
disc Sanders. Distributor front with 2 service 1t w.th elo. .1.1 conveniences. 2 from the 1 P.r.nent. st.r. I Realtor. N phone P" Income 125 mo.; and 3-roora apt. IVANHOE SECTION-Convenient to
phone 3753. Dora.. Blower-type coll. A-I condition. Noeomprur. 805.COKERSPAIE .. mle AFT..-With private bath. Couple. nochldr.n O..n. 2-59. for .5OO; terms. Box 337 store school and bus. 3-bedroom. LANCASTER PARK-Beautiful; sub-
Ed. Kempfer's Super PUPPIP- Post Oflr.? .. .x.h.n". i I no A-l 2-bath home with many extras. Inf f s'anttal exquisitely furnished home.

; SCREEN WmSBron. and gal M.rke& Melburl.. F.. bl.ck. 111 till Sept. 15th. Mrs.pIS. .ree"nc. CHICHESTER AVE.-Practically new 81.DLNS ST. 430-New bungalow cluo'ne large living room sun room. > Four bedrooms. Nicely landscaped
vaulted: .lr .Idt" B H WASHING M'ACHINE-Good condition. fancy: for quick and $30. H 8-Ster. furnished per 3-bedroom cement bril bungalow: room kitchen: S screened porches breakfast nook f! shady lakeview lot. 2-car earage with
; : room
Parrish R.r..r. 22 S Or.ne $75. 4th house oa Van Lee: turn off 20th St.. at Country MODERN Cottage for 2. Midget PARTJT-m.u. ; after kitchen equipment .Ilr fan Included L.ln. Itl'l floor furnace attic fan and kitchen i iequipment. 3-room apartment. Reduced for quick
Phone :
2.184.SHALW rbt Club first Sanford. Rt. midway and cOIPI. 101.nd In price: W. bedom. $12.-I ale. financed.
Burro Ave. .Orlo Vista. : hou. City. 1 Orl.nto 8 p m. 4944. 13.0. t.r. A little Beyond compare at Well Immediate pos
WELL PUMP with electric COCKER SPANIELS.-Black. Finest S.'ord. 0 B. Nicholson. I 8. M.II St. I.e.ne. prch. b..tlu 000. Allen Johnson. Realtor. 140 N. I session. Call Otto Raamusen with
almost APT. 3 or 4 rooms; limit Closein phone 2-1619. hor. la Cavenaaeh.
mo new, 109 W. Fine. pedigreed stock. For informationtelephone 14. Orange: $612. Specialising J Realtors 43rx.

P.! 453.SEWIO. MMEDIATE DELIVERY- Winter Park. 3O2M.COCKER NEW; 5 rooms; 2 bedrooms; 7289. for .rf.r. Must. home DUPLEX-Close In. S6OOO flrD.he. Homes. I LAKEFRONT-4-room frame bunca--
electric portable. I o.r Sot.r empl07' PARK-Brand new Cement It's an Income for you EAST 6-rwom house splendid tow lot
MCHN. ; SPANIEL weeks: 4161. ext. 4. CLGE .nl JUST en corner sloping to lake.
C.b Hn Park Lake Ave original Deep Freeze: circe $35. Puppie ( NICELY FURNISHED spreading front. Cornerlot handled at $70 cash. Ak for de location: 3 bedroom large living Large shade trees, rowers and shrub
4 and m.l. lem.l. 10. Ch.mpln 4-bdr first floor) couple tails Mr. Butchlns.
nue. lyle It. full site: Thor Ironers: AKC. Call home: furnace heat n.ld.o APT. ( or hu. : spacious rom.: breezeway; patio. or room dining room nice bath kitchen bery. Large glassed IB sum porch
Wood good as new. electric water City $ .Iok. tial SI BOO per year. with 16 months b.I : This is tops at $8750. Vj cash. Loren Broker. 20(S. Main. 781. and screened porch; on paved overlooking the lake. A* perfect a

8TV&.cob. ATS. elf FairbanksAve and he.tr.. oil .. COCKER SPA1 PUPPIBlact.Ilod. ). ditric... Altamonte Springs. call Craig. 2313.PURNlHEDr. Dunn. Broker 6 N. Brown dial DAYTONA BE'ACH-3 houses consisting street near lake. Good nelshborhood pot as a eoapl could wUh. Contact
12 Drnr b\le a10 partly furnished 2-1269. of 9 unit. its block from and comfortable home. $6350: 630OO J. M. Robeson. Realtor. 1317 8Ugb
I. h..terT. at stud. Dr. D. YoungKennels. SANFORD Steam h..td. cmpt.'y ; reliable. CRYSTAL LAKE Good Income year- rash balance well financed Jim M. ; Blvd., phone 8206.
SHEET: 7He piece Fl..; phone 24. furnished home. ho. prm.nent DR1lo. 0.0 b.ch. Iro.r7.
R 8.n L.bur. 6924. 10$ Caldwell with .her Peter. Realtor,
at greatly R.f.rnC furnkh. leaving rOlnd Ph
dl.tt.et KerOn heater. fonowu n/uee. SPANIEL weeks with bath. Adults only. Ph. 147 from .1 April 2585W.rent.l cor. Central and Main; 2-O786.
441. Ppul.r makes of CK PUP and after 6 pm. HOUSE-2-bedroom by April 1st. 15th. 5 room bunw.lo. automatic
hOU. P.I.W. Cur record combinations elec- Pdigred. o ch.mplo stock. 82J 2 mothers and four children. Box hot w.tfr modern kitchen: screened) JAMAJO-.email furnished cottage oa LANCASTER PARK SECTION-
trio room heaters and gas floor fur Phone 6-ROOM HOUSE Furnished or unfnrni.ihed. 358 : garage; double lot oa paved 3 nice lot. Buy today, move In to

EWING MACHINE..-Whlt electric: DOGS BARI. stripped. clipped Hensley's Cabins; 441 Sta.HOUE be hlway; fruit trees. Wilshow DUSDREA$IECON-mmel.t morrow. $ ooo. Mr. Bones with Her Exquisite frame bwncetow. 2 bedrooms -
Can tema slon. "
$55. Cam b aecst a 121 WeberAvenue. l.ce. and b.the. Small AnimalHospital. Hlehway: Just beyond Overpays.WILL or or 3 br4m. Telephone any time. 120. with $ rooms sleeping' porch man Goodwin. Inc. Broker. 677 N.Orante panelled den. 1H fun tile

ChOton A W1ul 105 Worth G.r 160 N. Or.n.: 4S48. SHARE HOME with quiet adult 2-1459. .af.nhe completely furnished. Excellent con : dial 9655. -bath*, tile kitchen Including floor

WML EQUIPMENT ft. 8" land B DOG FOOD. Klbbl.and X-cel: dog couple. No pets. Mrs. Reeves. WIn dillon Fruit trees. Nicely landscaped. JEFFERSON BTS426 K.-Partly finished 2 porches tone open, one enclosed),
blt. ft. Two wheel Skidder $10. supplies. Orlando ter Park Circle. M.lt.n4 Inquire ROUSE. 2 or 3 brm.. unfurnished CASSELBERRT Splendid lo.tn. C.1 Moriarty with livable bungalow on 2 land oversixe garage with laundry trays-

4I 0xe" r. solid pulley with X-cel reme.. after 4 pm. : best will p.YI Joe G. Mn.Reltor. 29 W. Wash scaped lot*. 100X132; partly furnished. One of Orlando'a finer home for
2" hole. 50 *." eable. Three 8Ir year in advance up to $150 per Dial 8681. As Is 62.95O $14000 untarnished; $16.000 firnlrhed. -
TOOLS-A $7100 2
j tiSwivel blocks new. 4 cross-cut ALL PURPOSE OARE IRISH SEE PUPPIES AKC tee- 47. Rooms for Rent montb. ph. 578O. blrma 1.t front home: l.t.n Liberal terms. Pont fat to
includinghoes all .
I good selection itrd. old. Gale K. k1h Ineluf.d. concrete KINO ST. 23 W.-.Compietetv furnished ,
saws and several axes. Farb.nta Jsoks. posthole HOUSE-OR APARTMENT unfurnlah- block DELANEY ST. OFF Thisnew house and 2-room Corner see this outstanding buy today!
rakes .. first house Inside cItylimits. : apt. -
bus beds. Reh. Ter. I.US1
Morse 1400 .h.els Choice twin
APOPKA- room; Stimpson-Staton.
Realtors Metcalf
2 the
ea.hr. .tr pump dl.a.. ..helb.rr. Rt. 441. Tavares. ed. with $ private home ph. .
U hot ; No Bldg phone $15*
.: Col..n .uln. .ut.. .hand plows water hose .prl- FROZEN HORSE MEATWholesaleor Apopba 104..Ie.business business man drinking. Wfe. time $7900-2 brm.: gsrggft O. I. and O.reD. Prpl.re. picture "ID Apartment vacant win give one week
ho.n. children pets or
1. Lr.e .b.n. and Home dow
shears possession house.
; available ex- on_
pruning kleb.n.
S Pet foods and eletrc moem
new W. 33rd kler. STlnLik Good Box 324 Ilte;
rtU. lupPlc. Lucerne:
a..1 t leaf ldent. tra.$50003bedroome. lot. close
St. Orlando. Lads edgera. rke. Brownie's AMERICA r reer.ncea ner .hol bl. KENTUCKY AVE.-2-bedroom block
garden corner room: lnnersprin Sota. Good .k LAKR rVAHHOE SECTION A
Shop. Marks 1.50. home furnished. Electric
and stove.
SINKS all typea. fist rims, single IW.e ctrlbul. Inch hose Avc.K.nel. phone 4239. Magnolia m.UnS. ladles' or couples preferred. FURNISHED HOUSE 3 4 b horns wtu ear Whitney Spiegel Realty Co.. electric refrigerator washing; ma charmIng Dutch Colonial hone

compartment double eomprent In.U. H. B. Parrish Hardware. 220 AMELIA AVE.. 306 E.-Large clean. rooms. Permanent. Phone porte.$9600Lake. Realtor _706 Metcalf Bide. 2-3269._ chine. Lot 100x140. Immediate oc completely furnished and located *a

dralnboards and anu .lth S. Orange. Phone 2-14. TROPICAL FISH-Over 40 varieties. double room. b.; adjoining DUBSDREAD-New frame ot.a. cupancy. Oniy 4950. Will take >' one of Orlando's most beautiful
chrome Tin
Ubb plated Freeman.trim. Cash terms.. MAN8-$50 overcoat size 46-48. $25. Aqu.rllm Plants and air.tnd. up and t 2 brth. frD\ electric ktc.a Tub bath with shower. late model car as part of down pay streets. 3 bedroom sua room m
W. Church.CHOW
I 11 i .101. pumps WANTEDLady.blind available front of door. Mr. Runes withHerman baths. 2-car garage: large landscaped
Box 351 ADAIR SECTION-Large excellent ROOM. nl. 140. ment. A .C. Golden. Broker. N.
13$ RiugewoodDrive. BAR
CASES- and used. la. I Har7 COlte. I : lot There U nothing to compare
SI.de lake. ; condition Inc. Broker. 677 Orlando Ave inesr under pass). Win-
overlooking .enent
Booth "First In FUturts." lie Reed SMALL-motor boat assembly "rs I I'te 1 :5-.bl" I IAME.AV. desires to be In Fla. several I mos. $395GOe Cod cottage; 2 bedrooms; N. .G.ln. ter Park. Open Sunday*. wIth this at $13.500: term available
. St..Phone 2-21. new. Levi motor. Ph-2-4203._ -Over large live or people. Bus stop. Does not mind hot weather. Highest : _ Allen Johnson. Realtor. 140 K.

$STEAM Make Kerrick UX3AN. air and h74r..ll cylinders 'I bearers: 25c each. 2 dozen: C 310 E.-Close ID references. Box 335 DELANET'-South of Limits. I KALEY SChOOL SECTION Nearly 1'i Orange: 8612, "Specialising la
CAE private 81.r. j Winter new 5-room frame bancalow; comptetely **
and .I.e. coolant I Bill at 847 Orange Ave. Winter Park. : Hlbbard Ca..lbr pho. ; Homes
working condi This is of the
K..ne. one mot and nicely furnished. In-1
lady. .Ur.eY
Uo. for lo pr..t or small garage. pum. J. A. Postelt. 165 Spring St.. 915. prefer Park Brkn Invited. outlet font the- City of .. clud'ng all electric kltrhen. Immediate I LAKE LANCASTER-This lovely S

We a heavier .. Atlanta 3. Ga WIRE HAIR PUPPIES-Finest strain. AGNES ST.. 221 Permanent or UNFURNISHED 2 or3 bedroom Wide corner lot with 19 possession. Priced $6.500: terms I story home la beautifully furnished:

unit. Roller Chevrolet Co.. 115 W BUY WHOLISAL-N... sensationalbig beautifully marked. ARC registered. transient. Private bome on bug apartment or house. Permanent CITY LIMITS-South (outside). 2- heavy bearing mature citrus trees Mr. Dorman with J. P. Mattes 145N. 4 bedrwme. large UviBgrwom. dining-

Central Ave. ll. A n.turl! I $50 each. Jim Kibbee. 2312 Oberlia line. Always hot .. _ resident Perviwoa Refricera- bedroom rotta-e: bat two _.h .ntOcbe by cold. Rouse of 6 rooms, Main; 5609 ._ room: 1946 all electric kitchen with

t SOFA BEDS In assorted colors. $59 Royalty .IH 9. Box 748. P.slc. AMLAAvE-o.E. nice large tlon. C.1 ".re. fri: .rd.. 14 2 lane porches has been KALXY SCHOOL SECTION New breakfaSt nook: wall heaters la every
and up. Powell Furniture Co. 0 N. J. St.WALKER FOX .. kitchen 975.YOUNGolple t.r.. Loren Dln tastefully nde.Ie.New roof. Fireplace room; plenty of closet space throughI -
f HOU r.nl.. privileges" desired; dial with l.b7 de.I. N. Brown: dial 2-1211. and chl.n.7 with bungalow: 5 rooms. 2 bedrooms I 1 room gang apartment la
c.I.lt." f. I .d.lt on7. 382 Or- spr.te alee bath large Uvlngronm. screened
27ra ra hoU .rment heater. Price rear. $*OOO will handle or trade for
SI EPLDDER. I. and 7-foot 34. Articles Wanted PJ .WI sell on a lu.r.nl. 24074. LNIALTWN-Dpln. Each unit l.rlr 01 rear porch corner location: near i .
Is small horn E.
King Realty. 30
days Can furnish plclur.. BEDROOM adjoining bath: kitchen 4 rom. screened furlhe 19. McNut-Re.sl.7. school bus and stores on paving
I 220 8. Orange. Prl Ha'.a. ANVIL.-Tools: pipe fittings: vices: $75 each or 6 for 10. W. A Banks. privileges: or 2 gentlemen; breakfast REFRIGERATOR Manufacturer'srepresentative prcl oak floors. One unit "mil 1 W..ln.tn $6500. term Bam Johnson Co. 208STMaln. Church. 8435.LANCASTER 3
P 2.114.nGB.s 5 6rootn.
BASH radios: far most anything.Eb's. Rt. 3. Forsyth. .._ _ served desires 4. or this and make ofer. _
e.h 2317.CE house. FormerNaval _ _
1.I.os 71 B. Phoneg368.ANTIQUE .nfuml.h. "'Ie $1.5. Ann .ItbHer.n DELANEY 8T. 1 PARK-Price drastically -
sash Cu.h. THE ORLANDO HUMANE Society IN-423 B. Pine. Room: work Ofhc.r. mid April thn Inc. 677 bl.k-Euepton.1 KALEY EAST. 300-The door win
Lumber Cw.. M. Orange A Railroad. JEWELRY dl.monds has given medical care and found Inl people preferred. Continuous Summer or year. WIU.m. s nee: dial. 9855.. Brkr. I ly new bungalow be open from 2 to 4. look It over reduced on this completely and
meet tastily furnished
gold. We highest homes la the days for and 1 living room; oak floors corner location home la a
pay pre.s. past 3 over hot ..Ie heo. son at FV Oatlin. by yourself and see me Monday. C.
aTULTUrlbforzi and honest 75 and 80 In addition torecovering o : large picture .ldo.; tile construction R. setting of tropical beauty. 4 bedrooms
.pprl.L Hem.n' L.I. do. f.ls CLOSE IN-Z14 8. 2 double Monday. Emerick Realtor. 610 K. Orange; with large cedar
W. Gal.nd. : see this .r an extra closet and tile
lost Anyone dial 7348.

iTUDIO aiaut dining is- 2 Churh. who roves should rooms for men or couple only. PERMANENT COUPLE-Needs .P.r CONWAY SECTION-6-room frame home. Immediate possession; tlJSOOterms. bath on eernnd floor. On the first

b" 2 CUCI ett*. Call 1 AXES furniture of all kinds: ....11 this .nlm.1. member help CATHCART-ST.-342. Double' front. mast or house: 2 children: bungalow: garage. laundry 1 Sam Johnson Co. 2O8 S Main. LAKE CONWAY SECTION-J.It a floor Ux living room to torwe. with
Saturday .fe .rhln. .n7'bnl you .uPpr kltch- tee rare property rail 6854. 11 r. sPort distance from lake. Seven- a cheerful fireplace. A dining nook
| Te'ephene Furniture Co. $2. Wool you Join. Phone near tske Eola. Single. with o acre of land. SO or more frit tr DELANEY AND KAthY newly -
S.cto room collate en Urte lot with fruit
.u enette. Hon3! and 5 TO. Ph. 7015. adjoins a convenient kitchen. Oak
TWE 740/1-V MOl for corner plot. Today's best buy .t 5-room -
Ra new. Pine St. Dial 4070. f.1 ..rlel.r or write bul trees Room for chickens and *aro>n. floors through-eut. n Its a Beat
heeL Iw 1 70S Lake Comstock.president. constant 51. House for Sale 54950. See Mark with Louis ed: 2 large living room;
.IU 815 N-.mfor.ble. 0a brm Pay this wxlay tor $5 Ono. Walter W.
D.1 On. ,
Ia garage apartment tooThe
BtC\C- Boy's 20" 2 O.ta C. .. ... 251S Re.llr. N. Main: la
We a.n. __ ( AVALON cash; 14 2.16. DC. klrhen aa.w. 110.5. frhl.he. Rose Inv. CO 49 N Orange Ave. Or- only 823.500 now with terms. For

TABLBERVlCK-8tanbin st--_ 41. and \ain. _ _. $49 ST.-18.0. 1\0 Johnson 28 win Manor ft fire 356 N. Orange Ave. appointment call Ray iennen with
service ..95 95. Orlando FurMmr Poultry Supplies CORNER WASHINGTON AND r mo'hl Realty)Co62 blnk X. Church boeR LAKE FRONT Beautiful modern Joe n. Mr rs. Realtor, 29 W Wash
> C W. Curh I COTTON Rann S.t.crprcl BABY CHICKS. COD. TAMPA-Double rm. Please telephone 2-3433. COLLEGE PARK-Near Lake Ivanhoe. DUBSDREAD-Move In. 1.. framebuneslow. home *m large lake between bh ington. Dial 583$. -
1.1-10. Princeton School3bedroom 2 is somefinishing
TILE-Tour bath and kitchen la nut Bee Shop Foreman. From New 7064.CLOSE idrm. Country Club on big tot with oran.e -

proof Pr.W Fret estimates. pid. u. Blot..t B.fr.. White IN-Twin beds: Innersprtne: LAKS SECTION New and frame bune.I.; electric klth.n; Venetian .tre...Best tree Three bedroom two tiled LAKE PRIVILEGES Solid trie*.
R."PI ADAIR : fruit: rash offer above $37OO m O.
Phone 1-36. Rock-Hampshire sonny corner; h..t 631 East Pin bl"d. 1& ten baths lane panelled living room.Ivecar Built t* l* ts Copper plumbing. 90
P..rm 8atn.1t.r.ADIG Rok. C. Stewart. Realtor. O'Neal Arcade.
tWWiRNERS-.Bousbold type. 25-52 OO; 50-$3 50; 1OO-$6 00.C L. Street modern: ready to occupy. 100% ltn. R.lt 2-285_ 2-1. 9788.DUBSDREAD. furnace. s a Will rate, basement and steam ft. treat ate. large room, til* bath

$5.25. Bumby Hardware102 W. MACHINES calculators and hor broilers make 2 lb. fryers IN-Double room: twin beds; COLONIALTOWN Blne.lo. consider trading and and kItchens Best buy ea market
Church.TRACTOR. We good ... $3 45-100. No no cripples. CL.E bath: private en o rm.2 bdrm.. Lnd..d lo will sell for highest offer. Excellent today or tomorrow at 81SOOO Half
pay \ e.ll .ml-1o..t. LoS. 2-362. SECTTOlf this' terms Phone owner 7310.
wt. 1 C.1 _
rash. Bee It thru
Biddle's. tr. : 2-2993. blo. $10.0. Bt. Claybaagh. Realtor,
-McCormick-Devring Check George Pll.del.ph. p.f.r.
S'u.rt 1 Rsbrush Ont.m.n ran See T. rapidly growing community of attractive .
... Pa. tel HutUI. Snappy new bun- MetcalfBIdg.
excellent _ _
phone58. 10 N. Thornton
I a.p.reasonably p a.St. 2. CLOSK IN. : an"w. tor. Rm. 6 Central Ar..tp .homes we are pleased to labs; 2 bedrooms nicely furnished
ed two '-no .. one Jewelry old BBYcICS. U. S. Pullonum test double: permanent or w offer a three house of excellent electric LAKE FRONT-One of the few Lax
stove picture
Plow on rubber with t.. IB" btom. DIMOND. .tbe. or future de private home: call 2-3M4 ALTAMONTE SPRINGS UtrOWN.u to see this built by a contractor ; window Front Rome left wlOila the City
overlooking lake
J J ; lame lot: fruit:
Can .14 RI.h.a .rc. was built e.trclol Limits.
113Orl.DdG; or livery. Feeds and Poultry Supplies. ota.ncnc lun".lo. horn. We would Modern bungalow tile bath
W. with
1550. wrle B COLUMBIA ST.-540 W. R for and ll owner leaving city Special price for
and shower.
!.nfor. .e. Orlando X-Cel Store. Lake Home 3 bedrooms: wh .r.t .tenton d.tl like for to this desirablehouse Immediate sale. Oak floor copper j
FURNITURE used stoves: ice boxes: bitches p.u. Nldd. .k- Pon' ; frI I.. finds .e $7950Bam Johns plumbing attached $14.750.
TRACTOR OUver 70; Ono Doming before you BABYCHICTudo Feed Store. Inc lady. unable to .w.r which Is located on a 75 foot Cw. 20$ B. Main garage.
Sewing P. to
fertilizer scraper 5OO gallon capacity sell. We paytop"m.chlne. Cal SewellThurmond .ppro.fd Pnor.. tected. ClOSE IN-AttractIve double rom: frame: 4 err lot: kitchen hlm..l. rm.wonderful come h.r living occupy prh lot. Price 11.0. McNuttHeasley.Realtors. LAKE DOT-BeaeUful view of lake tor Exclusive: 140 N with, orange C. P.; dial Shumway.2-3282.Real
Spreader citrus $ St. Phone
one model A ; Furniture Co.72 W. Pine 906 W. Church or 7336. private home. phone 45. equipment; ; 15.0. garage extra laundry 1 guest home: It rooms furnished
one tw bottom plow: one farm h.r'rw. Dial 237 ft. frol."e: unt.U locatedcorner .lh. $106.DCBSDREAD. 7 : LAKE VIEWS-Tv. lake. C1 *-T.
AH la good St. 47G.FRlTB BLDtSTEDCICKSR.X- CLOSE IN-115 E. : have .ho.r rfm' Price 11.6 0. Call bedrooms; lane living room: furnace Two
Story with
condltJn. see. W. Clnl.l ready heat lane car*** aPt famished
Brave. Oa E Rok.R..Rt Unl..d. single for 10 d.n. dOlbl. for two cur Aitamoote Office. Winter Rarra-Moore. R.lto. 109 : tile front porch; tile bath Tw paved strvelYo -.
Ro.4- WANTED! its furniture per pier 100. CallPark East Pine.COLONIAL. SECTION Five-room close to Sunshine Park and Aadttnriam -
10. mixe weeks: both reasonable. Weekly or 8190-M. Homer ManHuc.elO'Neal _ can buy It right this week More
TYPEWRITER Monarch. Can be Broilers per 10O. Lee- B..u bungalow partly furnished owner : mate property: special price
-. at 515 BasS Central well buy of Orlando. horn Cockerels $1.95 per 100. Ship onml"ht. _ _ GARDENS-As pretty called bark Nor. must selL three for immediate gals and possession: In Keys at Claybaugh't Rita. pbos>*
TROMBONE_. .Du. II.'he COD. Box 1844. CLOSE: IN- 310 S. Lake. Large attractive Realtors 11$ E Rob aa Easter bonnet. 2-bedroom b"o lota. $6750. Se K. Price Real home and Income. $16 OOO. gOod 56l3
Holloa Lndo Po.1r. galow
Century trumpet; .lY. $5. S6 Church St. Phone Z-3808 Trenton teSter room: a.t.l t.11 inson; dial 2-3753. .eompl.tly. a fumlhP. Ow.rmust will Estate, 248 Or.11 Avt. Phone ternms.Ssm Johnson Co. 208 8. Main. PARK LAKE: =Six room bouse'with

$4O. Musle ba lc..re. E BABY Bloodtested. B. beds. Near town bus. trade or blrom 812.60O how-with 6385. .. -__ LAKE DOT SECTION Completely front sOd rear porches all la fin

Ycltoa Mnsle re.n r.lrn.. er 4854. Rocks.CCS. H Red*. I. Reds. W. CASSELBERRY Azalea Lodge. term .el. Pe. DUPLEX On a splendid close In furnished 2-edrooni borne Small condition. Conveniently located and
HOI Ro.-
gP. _Ave.. Rocks. 3.r. American P'an' Hotel: riding 1"r AMELIA AVE. }.Vacant frh. Rp.llo.. Met.1 corner this two down payment and balawc like rent. extra comfortable In warm weather
Olnl. Bulldjnc.phone t..t.n
_ .pr
W'.ndot.Orp.tof 6 and 2110.CLUEPARKnpr For sal al 611.900 OO.
hunting bunsalew. Owner North, Can O'Harrs.Moere. -
No r b.th J. house is gain mart be soil. -
: fhn. I ..sn Wite ment "
K.WOOOTw..j WANTED-Any quan le. ..1.
cored wall f"NmfE. get ready to sell Heavy Assorted $4 9O. Pullets $12 I Pnk l74XWEOLA _ _ garsce .' 110.5. transferred cannot afford Pan P I $12.5OOOO. .- Call Mr. Ridge with Roo-rt L. Prrrt- ._Realtors. 243q< 100 E Pia*
Inch .
.r. thick. 4x6 ft. Many Wlea you StewSlO. O AI." ._9783. ran move Realtor, flitS tl. LAKEFRONT ? 24nnm Tr.Buncalaw .
Mill call Corhran'a Furniture National Hatchrrir Outlet. 1723 S. DR-\5 N. Lane room: twia R.Ilo. Call trioS FI,1 with OHarraMxore Orange phone 2-459
Nebraska. in *4 500 and] like
TRERMOFLO'W P" Store. -1015 W. Churrti. .th St.. Phils. 48. Pa. beds cs'.nt hot water fa.c AVALON ST.-48.000. 6170O cash; rent. :- P.bal.nM 2-2. 10 Fine. | LANCA8TE3 PARK-Attractive frame with bath and screened
and Beatroler*: clr- CHICKS COD. heat. $49 new block home.Reper rm rmplpltly fanlsh.l. cbNCORD hundred i bungalow of 1M1 2 porch. O* beastilsi clear water lake.
___ construction
relating FURNITURE WANTEDAaquaUt 10 healthy big ___ EA8T -'-I.-.a :
fireplace sU
Several aizea. 62 E. Church. .n-fv"l
P 10.1. Immediate
Mmbiaatlaa coal ,. top prices paid: baby beds broiler chicks 81 Finest special GREENWOOD AVE. 714. Dbl k Crebs. 507 block Is an frame i large bedroom paneled rear living pomnsion. Only twenty-
cheese grills. Pretologs.grate sad the portable dresser bedroom suites. Whimi .ssne$.9. H I H Chicks. Farm- room for rll or 1 ADAIR PARK. 1314 EASTIN-si Metcalf BalldlB phone R..lo.. house splendidly located for year porch a* bedroom. Recently sanded five sissies from down tewn. SomefurnishIngs

per- Furniture. 3O6 W. .. Open for inspection from 2110.CR"r home and for extra livome you i < oak floor tile bath wltb shower tile incieded. 64BSO with
.! hL & Cb.rb Po O bls A ) Built I t>rm*. Ret-McOUL Realtors
) N.brsk.TPrnm Modern Spanish VE.Wlntpr Priced at 00 c.nO.R.Mo. j grain la electrically equipped kltch- 128
mss WANTED-Amy rink HILLCREST AVE. 184.-T.tn bed-. p.1. hoe. hll. with! It. 11.5
71. 2 Orange Ave..
iirtable"Corona tie cll.nUI7. phone 4147.
: tile roof. bro 93$. en; fireplace la attractive living-

I L ILJ47 condition lot 12TAfPACS1 MACHINERY-W.nt Immei.tI7..nc -. Pou1"P and. 10 pay W.c..h : 4.1.SN'86 lb phone adjoining 24156.JACKSON bath. garage near bl. retlln entrrUo M- bath large bs'h. lIving ro.dining.' Fin rm. h.n Pn.. _)_ _._ _10 I room: 100 ft. frontage. Offered far1 LAKE VIEW TOPS MOV* uu-k. on
Citrus Ave. ntohed
pr. living dlI. r. breakfastroom. at $12.5OO or furnlshfl at of best buys. Two story tile roof.maaonry .
.*. .. ._ sh.rs: press brakes: E-CHICKS-Quality ST.-60S E.: double room. 2-car garage .. brbo. close to bus 1"k. Price EAST OF TOWN-Off the new Eart- 511.000 terms. West System. 621 B.Pine. ronntrartlna. larce paved
rn. sheet .tel 18 to 2 tsuse. Box 36 Chl.u I. and AU next bath: phone : front and rear screened tie 507 West Co** highway Is a splendidvalue 4(141(
| 15x18. B. P, .r. t 6.1 pr..t plO w'. te. ",J Ceb In an attractive frame enra-r. Artistic wen arranged hem.
a Meteaf! Phone bvn.
& Blotft. ."b 1'bor BrU.r home.JFFFERSOS fruit trees. One of our better 2.110. Income
Zggjrjrh Rebinto and Garland.TYPEWRITER. ... that be handled with .- LAKE FRONT'-fe thesst: 4 rooms Tow meet see it to aporma'etow
11.5 10. H.nsn' SI.r ST.. 1509 S.-Bedroom: emit homes la a preferred neiehbor* o. .f.1. See this with Peter and bath ale lane corner lot pete*. Claybouxh. Realtor, Met

) tondlUon: telephone WocKUtock 2-4718.:- excelled ME01\i'JB Box 36S &ta brl.n. ( or .Red-Rock Ch.. Crosses. Reds.only IDn.npr,, mattressconstant hot hood. Price $12.800- furnished. uSmediate CHEROKEE PARK-On tartS beautiful 0 by caning O'B.r.-Mo 2O836. S5OO.. Good terms ready to move calf Rids.LAICEDAVIIu.
Rok. Compare this .
4439. lot
water; v block bus: a landscaped 1941 construct Into ask for Mr. Busrh with Baa

fcrCnt-el.tDr. 012. OFFICE MACHINES-We are badlyIn I pr 2 10..t StraUht 100. Special ran.assorted Red*. R.k.$395 JACKSON ST.- 1201-Twin b tor.for value 2-3176.George H ll"du. R.1 ed.tile One roof. story 2-cer garaee rambling. bo.. .nt.Red. EAST. -Get out yowr market basket.get Hatchlns. 206 8 Mala. 7811.LAKH ._ wIth extra room comer howe.lot.r Can rnbhd. -

.e traelr. need of typewriters machines $8.25 for rent. Private owner 0418.
.ddl. per 10. lavatory lavndry tubs. Two master supplies and Into thisrican Front-sWe- _
registers. prl.s pry Guaranteed semi-private bath. _ _ mo. back vww. Vacant move In.
TRUNK r.s H.nl'* hedraoentwo colored tile well furnished b.p. with MARKS Si'58110 E.; new itvcro
I L. (l h.n .t 1610 1.11 lhnhpr. 22O 1. Main. ( Super ChIk.P. 0 Box 573. Tren LUCRNE-SO: Reasonable; IrELY SRORE5we occupied wine; baths. .Dlpt.enulPTM kitchen. trie wa.h.r. el\- kitchen I. Frame. 2 bedrooms. sle4ng porch Stock home: tfl* bath panel rat

., 5't SI. Mtw. 2 P. OLD GOLD-We pay highest prices ton. N. bath; .d.lU lot J.r. In bln..I. ;Bvinc tile .m E.r..U7. Awt".tl oil b.n:1 for value rx-etve See Claybaagb living room, dmine room. klfhM bestia.ndey_ Tonsil eel yarsge.
for diamonds old sold watches. HENS-22 all Heavy' telephone 23sLo_. and fit t"l loll Inc .f1m. Solar h..ler wt'h ', Real'nr. MHcalf! BMe' bath. 2 screened pnrrhe* Elrtrte
.. room .
TPEWRf S"lt. Uaderfo broken Jewelry teeth ..Uyr.n.B.lm.n .. ISO9W.l8thitolden_ .tr MILLS S Attractive warm waters of Lake 0".1 electric booster. Excellent kitchen equipment Incladed. 8450O.O .
) Reduced 139 N. Orange.PUPPIES SI.0 tr. ca C. Stewart. Realtor, O'Neal Arcade.
lairS sale. Fla. =. hOlDS. Sn PULLETS-100. November hatched. $1 dbe $10 weekly; can thl for ten .. S. .flil I o.nr 2-28O8. Will r 9758. MOVE IK HOW-

c.. .9 I. Ortnge. -Purebred ...ae Eskimo each. See A O. Smith. Pine Castle. 2-38 o.nr wants EAST SIDE. NORTH STDE. all

1M SpiUa. En.1 &ephen Pt ltd NEBRASKA AVE 1918-Guest roomsin in _. P.r f.mle Owner C LIMITS-5-room frame b.Da. around the .Hastings has thebest J b.'ii'0-nu-m' both basement
'o1H.n h.t br..' bulls. Toy POULTRY a store: continuous hot needs money I.sn. C. R I flrls one year old: immediate burs la an the town. M> "Doat LAKE FRONT-Be*at if al lake front with furnace: $13.500.
fra a..r male fe. WAn heD fn.n ntr. Emerick. Realter. 610 with Hartines.. home on one acre of ground with
lh.rDI' Mr. 11.0. I1G.0. tern trade right
.. ._ _ O. .. 1621. b h..1
m.Sth t.rkna .t.r dial 734$. I JO ft. of lake froataee. Modern .
: c E P. Cne.females $ Dlm.Uo COD. pay Mr. Cbapnvas. Pentre.siaasMat. ORANGE VEInnrn Km Realty Co. 3 C.rh 6435 Has. 6 Central A.de bungalow with 3 large bedrooms. 2 3 b.sireoeis-2 500 bath furnished; 51$.

approvaL Grays KO n Owing 46 N. Grn.e: 1.. m.Ur J, : .n C LM1TMY In tiled baths lane cypress panelled

Tit.cae "trm ft. C.WB . TURKEYS.-.Spnnt stock: .I.bb. tr f phone 4868.ORANOE pT.t BEVERLY SHORES-Bay property in : 5m .nC.I.. living room with fireplace an etrxtriekitrhea. i horn farnUbed
: S-room unfgraiabed
a. or -
1 apSmaplet. beaattfal location Insure tot bm J haaoa. EAST ftPE-5-room buneatow; newly -
18 tl t on two 10 42 ft. porches
la BOY used furniture. c.n.. to 11 C. D Wilder Jr. Turkey MEMORIAL SECTION-- lm. "J. I s one $10.500.
Investment. | :
wtrh poles c.dlon b : 6913. I 4 fine Realtor. 14 : $612. 'e.tf. 12. 1) down- overlooking lake. 2-car garage with
Twin bed dressers pri5tbeth.J.leoe
selling. Orlando Furniture p.r. :
MS** a, Hiuayroe 1 Pr. fO c. r't i homes to show. range from --Sperlallrtng .." FellebaumwMh ,
D.U. : .II. servants qMrtrr Nice goad bee I. ,
Store. 615 W. Church fl'RKEVR-.Nsu l lakla andrea fo 443. For detail A. 4412. Pee apeotstmetit and terms call

92. Casielberry. Fla. 1fxt 148.WEPA _. _ _ eve and swults. C D Wilder Jr i BC.RINPON AVE-1"..-. doe- Pdp.4.5 Relt. 6off a.n.J pb.451 1 riGJPAPI-Near* home b.sln. D "Broke 1 Meal In* far Variety swimming of lane beaUs bearing and Citrus ftafc1 Geoctls von Schiller, Realtor, ElsI.
Turkey Farms dial' .
} .W..- Y hisheot rash prices for old: LIe sri o. baa to Ill for quirk sale. 1-_ .. ST-Izk--fnI--.ta ic-es. Thin I* a property wf ntuaal

4'h. white 'rl nit diamonds and diamond Jewelry In Turkeys6Oc-Ib 2 Ib*. and sip at SOc I I .. "r.at. Issue. CONW A Y SECTION-6-rnoB house. I 2 tile 0 Quirk poaaeuxm. Wen I prrh: 52. $8 4OO: charm and deolrabtlitv. See Den F.

Bo& 334 Winter nnute Park. ".: any condition.' Crty Luggage and Kegs 2Oe each C.D.t F.l VIRGINIA DRIVE. 5iSedroombusiness f.ml.: 3-MN ..I: bl. fl..b.t"(. Ra-m. ea ..U C..8 '.,e.-Weir Sa. : E Pine: Brass Realty Cfc 19 E. Central Ave.
I Jewelry Co eo. Or.n. at C.rh. Poultry Farm. Phone 5927. Ia p.fere. I mOltl. lq1 at R n.ulh 430$. 461. On Next Fare]



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: ORLANDO. ONtO VISTA-New. modern. 3roosthome. BUILDINGS-Pefabr.t. Brand rEENEY X. TWO !!. Business Opportunities
KiHarney _
Tyler Ave. Priced for .1 yellow frm. alumi- BATtmU. sell 3 LT. f.eD APARTMENT HOUSE-2-story home SANFORD Park Avr. Six apartment
PAGE MARCH 9 1947 ho. wt P.r Ccl. .ea In.k.aWa oa alee lake; corner lot:
1 cash .I by owner.SUBURBAR3 Du walls and roof. store THIS TODAY or .u 1520 ft h..y. view; othet 3 I.ted building furnIshed By ewaer. -

rooms new Iunn.a.e.warehouses pack- son anyn.. good loation. faces on county hIghway.Combined grounds. Price. .parment larg One apartment available Immediately BULK OIL STATION-WrO estsbilshia -
aD Je .hec other uses. Beautiful til. constructed home. Sunday. P. P. New 11. ter Jamerson oa rout 17. Well situated with
I [Cent from Preceding Pace o..er depth
concrete 2tt Price. $495: 2Ox36 20x45 I 2 fet wit 5 and C.rr. '0 good income. Priced t sell.
bk .c. cae 16 Spring Lk. Te. 3 large tD. Box 333-B. Olando. feet. Several Central. Carter. 9516.J Call nearby City. This -eoslne has
garden young 745. For fall information
agentA. 2 furnace Sanford. 980 for appointment for
51. Booses for Sale Dc $3300Want house trailer A.. Cobb 9246 or e OldoHotel. 1m, .Ietr Nt kit.$ basement CLARCONA. SECON-I acres, iacludinc I :r-oaks. telephone wonderful available.soil. x:BCD LT-Pl lots ef la Inspection unlimited posslbOiUes for the right

I Can Gl undry. large lots I.k
p.y.nL 2-193 M. 1. t I ty Only two left of D. fro" I. ea
i MArTLAND-Drtv* eat U BybellBAv with Johnston Henry. Bke. WILL-Take late model metal trailer with orange trees. Make offer Phone 9932. 1819. N.Orn. for both. J. C. Brassier. ar 2OS ft .ACL. W* party. Located: oa a staIn highway

tors left and s** a 3-bed- Church S'8UBUBBI la payment on small fur- Tar right at lt West Colonial CHENEY HIGHWAY-Near UDd.r: son Dl. Phone 22561.I8TH i2.J. believe tb t be best railroad DOES 16% NET Interest you?-
Toom boas have been dreaming moer Drive first frontage Orlando the real
pee and enjoy real 362 Store 10 acres on new by to.y. Price estate, stock and equipment
I of. til constracUtota. title this nhe bUa. Bx Smith Real Estate 124 South h' rote STREET each. and
C Attractive bungalowof Joble ; highway. This week eon O on request. r can It's a aice east side guest home only
( gang Urc. 8tr. dial 6911. win Manor. iota. $ R. M. m. 7152. aa g*. See Mr. Floyd for particulars.ethe
UbS a"abe six and M.I Mr. Lane with Herman Good adJI. 2.0.Pbone Ste..r Brke. 4 minutes walk from business dis
city ; ckw* In. ro pn" T.b.th 1100 DOWN. 1 acre. 3-room house. 2.10. N. 9932. .. BUSINESS LOT ia College
Ubw "a 2 garage. 2 .i. Inc. Broker. 677 Or.De; o.n. Park fastgrowsog trict. Completely furnished. Year
SB.2SO Electricity. S miles Orlando. $5OO. Iatment Co. 23 W. Washington -
Toa Pr tr of ground containing BO bear 985. LOT for commercial Good bu.m trcL This par around rentals produce $425O annual
17 cU 2-892. inc citrus trees. On a paved road. Pb. 633.OP JUST OFF ORANGE AVE.-5 rom location. $3809. purs. ticular lot faces 2 a fine investment ly. Pric $22.OOO. Northern owner *

I MARKS you know a real close t neighbors and with a ciyenye1e and b.tl 2 screened porches. ESmON PAK. AE-J acres ach. Mr. P..t with A lot45. or a good b.le.location.Only win accept cash payment low a* 3t.. Phone 8413.
truck DrY.
value. S.-I S-room bungalow. Price $10.900 own. .5 pr mont. Iel.t possession ; f.r Broker; $1350 on llnl tr ThelmaKincaid $10.000 and IIZOO per year oa bal

1'lls$mo. heetlngarrangement. tr i del Ie.t posses HOUSE-Sunday $ P. u:Ilt SamHutchins. land. Will take used car on purh. lit Boland, ance. Ill match n with any similar BEAUTY- PARLOR ExceBeat tocaUoa. -

I.t Ne.et garage. Well Verlo.e. R.ltr. 29 X.Church : t J co S. Main. 1 Mr.Broker Lane, 677 with N. Orange Herman G.io.. Io.. LSL"e! xI3 h.ht and wa- Inc672 : phone 2-4551.- property in Orlando. Full details Priced right.-low reat. Call

St. Phone: Lancaster Park. 1522 8. Mills A. Ipr"e CENTRALLY cheerfully given by Asher Peter. Real
planned weU built. Reduced to cor street. $350 1479 LAT Business now. Vea Van Hetea with T. K- Hast
$9.750. .D lulk'sale. W. win arrange SOUTHEAST city This attractive and well kept two- BUGAWDU.utla HIGHWAY 441-250 feet fronting Winter Park. ."h at Property. 10.00O feet tor, cor. Central and Main; 2-07SS. ings. Realtor Rat. 6 Central Arcade;

; See Oe. P. Lake la SEAt n.it bedroom bungalow with a& the furnishings Owner.r lt. Smetbm. Each Dce. highway. SOO feet deep. $175O. ground floor spsce. Will consider 4237. .

Brass R.lty tr Co. 19 P 2-tory frame duplex.tret and ga will b thrown open for c.ne. !orb.. electric Terms. M. J. Moss 13th. Broker. 132 FOR SALE One OR in TnST.o nlu.bleIt. long lease. Can on D. P. "BrokerMagruder I
front kit see-
home. Arcade.CLOSE BAR ANW osn.x.-.r'eniar Highway.
yor I.pon T 8. Main. Phone
Income and owe 617.
.home ns. air business
.p.rent. and by cODctoDed. far.e. ton. on thoroughfare Doing fine businesS Will trade.
clmblned. LJndber Broke. contDuou.ly praot beautifully Including lann- BLOSSOM TRAIL Where limits. Will take used car on IN -4-unit apartment and
118.0. owner sine In flnlhed. ORANGE } Dial
lease. bat
MARKS STREET. SOOTH OP. .. phone 2-811. offers every convenience. Best 113. c. power Dowe machine many most people travel Florida's Main one or both. Mr. Lane with Herman penthouse near emtl office j i j rrs STOP LOOK AND LISTEN- sell 116 ask*r for 32-R-S.What yea

SUBURBAN-Close City Limits. for selling. Be sure to see it Sunday luxure Reuced. 11a. Bmto. number 2V*. 5 and toodwln. Inc.. Broker. 677 N. Orange Lola Park. Good .
$ Stret Ltd terms. Kitting Realty. 2-2852 OB busy U S. Hwy 17-92 Wtweea BAR AND PACKAGE STORE-,5-year
Furnished 3 bedroom born ready t House and 3 takenat wIthout obligation. The price right Re.ltr. 132. $2OO per acre. Ave.. dial 9855. or'
It. 'M $.3
i 10.cr. Fairbanks Ave. sad This lease at $65 snomh. Owner must
move into owner called out of once. soon. and your will be held strictconfidence. PREWAR V bedroom frame Jim M. 2-7. underpass.
eitr. reduced t S10.0OOOO boy this Can 2-2 after ( P.Nor ofe. Stewart with Harold bungalow AU2 aiding prman ter.Peter. Realtor corner Central Abe BBAUU. REIE It one DEE ST.-511. Toat home. 200 X 358 ft. property will make you sell Courtney Realty 393 N. Orange;
O.De. "Stop look dial 27l.BEAU'ISHOPB.
.; 18.0 tu baD '6.0 SOUTHEAST SECTION-Aa opportunity bephord Realty Co. 20 E. Washing cot cement floor plastre .a Main: 278fW phone_4646.BUSINESS.700. incm. and IO.UOD. ID"e.U and possIbilItIes and 2 listente furnIshed Its modern price
ton St. Phone 5124 te owner. Lively
or S443. large utility room none ,
". N. to buy a fine home with income .t.ton.r 20 to SO acres high land. block Orange Ate, I.t. SD cottasrs. Immediate possesaioB. My Spacious
HaH Bros. 12 oil floor city IS miles from Dayteaa.
gas or
AnDe. Ra
Orang 5189. I one of Orlando's l.t resi tub hot water heater. complete with lake; nearatuw n. PI.a so x 190: '1.0. trm ElisIon DOWNTOWN Small apartment sign is on property drive by and ground floor location, air cooled.

deDt etlD O.nra creu. cabinets. Is a factory write Box 338 Rp.ltor. '632.DEIABL. hos rental Income .9 a month look It over thcu come la and let'stalk 1 beautifully furnished. Low overhead.
itchen 8t.r._
LAKE to owner a apart
I... BEAU FRONT home 10 Tl. 301 about price and terms. Asher
1040square Gross about $3OO week Price right.
large lake '
this before sold ..Ddm.k. furnished rafted home. prefab. t ACE fronting : par ment. No ceiling on apart
S rom on Chain Peter Realtor, Central and
Lovely 2-story borne Lyle with of p.raUy. feet under roof plenty clot in bearing orange ; CORNER-For Apart ment. Price For terms cor. Box 14j_. So Daytona. Fla.
MIN .fe. M. Her.nGwn section of Winter 88.95. e Main; 2.0750.BUSINESS .
SW. Cor. SummerliaHarwood.
Nice neighbor tile pace. Erected by b.de contractor deal homesite. $3.85O. terms. T. J..Indorff. HOI.e. James J. 1317
.oe.. kube. partially fur 9855.SUtTo. (1 HUen foundation construction 20x20 living oaement en your lot for 14.15. Special for Resitor. 438 N. Main; phone 136 x 137.2 f. Only align Blvd..H.ckett Realtr.ACR BEAUTY PARLOR-Excellent location '
from Lake Lois 'pt. D
Pce. i and
nlhe B Kittredge. Router; oom. 20x13 dining room, breakfastroom. tb month oay. each house -3983 or 2-4737._ bl1 Ave. F. blok. pt.d..1 ea main thoroughfare. Unlimited
we win absolutely free miles from Post Of- G. .R.i LOCATION iota on parking time. New equipment
-311. five room furnished powder room and lavatory.ectrle ald I. AC31 t7 Co. .19 E. Ave. -First buys this
kitchen service DOD rust tile bath room $2000. Box 349 ETA .I.S Orange Ate. Winter Park ran including "Lumlnaire" air condition
rear prm. la incomeproperty.
prc Several cooperation lee. hlh..y. 2-3155. have railroad siding: for quick sale lavatory.
er automatic water
homes-one at $4750.00 and on pr"h.1..e and aUm. of realtors for pl.n. Invited Large 75 ft. lot. Excellent sat for price at Hall Broa., Agency.Realtors. Records available to show business.

MAGNIFICENT EAT brom 2 tile .a de"elopr. A 20 I 1.IWul sand bt SUPER BUY For 12-room frame house. 2 b.tb also 112 N. Orange Ave. Tmie-
at with terms. City water dressing rom floors T. A".Kwel C. ACE9 r.idenc. 165x150 4-car garage with and phone 5159. Call Mortarty with Joe O. Myers.
15.5.0 & R South Hnghey. corner. Non bargain Realtor 29 W. Washington. Dial
"The of Florida'struly lestos shingle roof 48" attic of Winter Garden; excellent .In.Uon reldent ofer bath above. This property only 3
Rlp1--D .
now car garage and 2 droo-a 2-154. before leaving. Call C.b.u.b. Met- blocks from city hall and A COMFORTABLE HOME and In 6881.
Broker, wonderfal -
l.uUa prpr. I and lights. Also six room house furnished To ga- John L J.ckan. telephone .
acres apt. Complete heating rystem. ilNE. ROOM-Modern home; five ldlms 6452. .I BIII.S possibilities for high class come. Two modern duplexes built

ofere .ae.ue on Lake Sue. between on paved street $ SD.cou well landscaped grounds. 2H full tied b.tb fur.ee guest home. Buy It now and rejoice of best material. Each apartment has CHILDREN S SHOP Downtown.
Improvements 1.0.0. S 20 i ACRPn etru. land Nice i!. Country Property for Sale S rooms and sleeping porch in so- I
Winter and OrlDdo. .arieU. citrus. rice 135,0. : frpl."e: or Road. later. Remembr 0 P.A. will soon l Everything goes for $5.000. Contact
include Scott Realtors. home: In a producing tmber. dead. exclusive cellent neighborhood. Priced t* sell. owner. 2-O894.
t Mr. Wlndham with O. P. Swope. 10 Also Thl I
100 plot 220 oa
home; orange (roves, ..rlen .P.c Sliver Bids. Phone 28-091. Winter grove For sale on terms; by Old Apopka p. Road; 148 ft. I. CRY FORD ROAD-1O acres. I... E. Stew.r will give you all thedetails. Phone 2-4740. CKICo.CS RANCH. S miles east -.

ous lawns; tennis ote Realtor. 60 East Pine. Phone 5812. H.Yen. Fla.O wner. Box 61. MaltlandPla. A. Dearing. Broker; dial dep.116 140.O. S-room cottage. Goodgeneral Shepherd Realty Co. 57. Real Estate Exchanged paved highway. 3 acres cleared.
most wonderful .k farming land. AU 20 E. Washington St. Phone 5124
.tt ?4 lights, and or Cut. *. fenced and cross-fenced,
luu.b. NO GROVE Not 4-ROOM pun g
L a m.n.In fur
in FNI 39R1.W _ _ cleared under 8443.
Frd.- STUDIO HOUSE-To the artist or to a tr.Uer lust a good water; blok frol I.and grocery: Fenced. Close to .alt".Uon MIDIRON DRIVE-3608. New 3 bed C; C puma- with sew Delca power
Winter Gar
of basic to 5
Consisting a hotl. .It the admirer of French-Normandy 4 rom : 2 screened mile from Colonl.lt.n. 5th house onlerman Tl must.cr. No Huckel-O'Neal. .. abl.; 118 X.845. GUEST HOME-Near Post Office andOrange rooms. 2 complete tile bath Will p .. 3 acres la truck garden. 77
IdYidua .p.reDt owrlk..or.e. cochere; storage Aye. Drive; re.an.blel Rob Ave. 10 nicely trade for home close-la with small 75 ( citrus new livable house with
.nhtetlr. we address this message prch. pr rom t5 I low landl Cash. P.O. Box 1054. Or- moon: dial brom.
L. Su.Brker Inrt distinctive structure Isdestined .. 2628 E. St. from 11(50. Owner. 2-373. furnished. Income $ plus acreate. Let's get together. new-furntshinss. all new out houses.
details on leU"t UeW" OU.r tl .. ando. CLOSE IN-S-acre modern living Will take small homein Your chance for home and Income
selective It fronts END POSTCARD for Rt. Box 18K._ _ _ f.r. 6 Quarer.
sey and Orn l. 21 E .pp.L tO.y Ire in ONE OR MORE of rom home; 'f.S SI.SOO c..1 Pc O. C. Stew- SANFORD S-room modern house better call Gould. 2-1993. with Johaston -
the and formation block. ACE TC 82.5.
on serve cxceiteotiy IIOtISL'G-Cement
on LOW COST and bath and
Central. 4196. Bh..y zero land down and Roper Reslty. 62 .. 9788. garage apartment. Henry Broker. 6 W. Church St.
? and studio or home blood tested chicks Blue Ribbon New homes 16 x 14. or acre land C.r"oo. Cbucb. .r. Ar.de. 1715 W. Third St. Will sell or trade
.D lit shop or tea shop. Two bed Hatcber Dept. IS. 215 Forsyth St. outside city: Clarcona Rd Well water. Road. Beautiful section; : CONWAY SECTION-21 acres. Lake- GUE HOME-11 bedrooms; Income for small house in Orlando. CORKER. Nebraska and Frmcreek..
rom room kitchen dinette 8.W.. Atlanta. Oa. outside Price $1395: half .sh. ufflcient trees on land to build hx view. Modern nine room home mont .2. or trade for store and house: will sell separate
and great screened porch aU tl.. 233. San Juan Hotel; homes. Good aoliOwner.. Ch..te with sleeping Porch house. Residential lots industrial city. ely: Inquire premises owner.
ClstnCol "
I.t OPENFOR INSPECTION Sunday.. Rm San Juan Hotel; phone I' OB Lake Erie. 4O mile frost Buffalo
AAA-1-Cypress. Barn I 24 apartment income $18.000
the rear. Priced today at only phone 4141.OPEN Sh..r. : can t23FPE5 SHOP-Qoing business incomrctal
9.10 a m. until 3 ; for small home Orlando.. Box
SECTION M.rh p.m. Malt- Wlndm11 ;
KORTT CaU Mr. Morskl with 0'- 441. 41.-A"re of late be $22 OOO: most modern frpprof: location; owners livIng
8.0.0. Mt.
Ave.. turn FOR INSPECTION-1642 3S3S-Star. f f'IF
H.r.-More. 2-20. 109 X. Pie. lock Fa. Silr. leL H 2bedroom. 240 ACE excellent .pine d.i in. A grand place for comfortable 1140.0. Chrisman R.1 Et.t.. quarters above. Also. Amoco filling
2 bdrm cmpltl and nicely ; Vernon. Neat mOem. from down ivmg. $12.00000. Prescott V. Steele. i : 6823. YOU WANT a home with aa income i station. Betting good returns. Both
TAFT 4-room frame incompleted; crete block .. .
lr. Jt. good loca complete; except floor- hroughont. construction Garage Tile for Nicely furnished. Frepl." .1nne.. Curry Ford Road. Wen watered. Eleericity Broker. 2-1008. 45 West Central Ave HUGHEY AND AMERICA plus a building site in Dubs- ; buildings la commercial district prl-
110,000. mtr.l$ attached; fenced yard. Piced Qlick .tOD dread section for the price ot
and telephone. $65. acre. nue. ; or
per .
vale party ph. 9844.COMMUMTY
lots: paved street: lights and water Larx frame building. 30x50;
telephone I
cne ; : bus serv O.ner.I> .tlccO 1.
.I. J. Moss 13th. Broker. 132 a neat bungalow on Walker Ave. In
2 2 ex $800. Chas. l. Davis. Johnson's Super ice. Lot 70x196. Total for. S COUNTRY PROPERTY "Sine on metal lath: business or GROCERYMARKETLiving -
3 looking
BARGAINS you're /tain./ Phone 6977. Winter Park ran owner for lowest
Irm. b.1 prcbe. prc. 1250 "
pos- Pine Castle. erms. Phone 2-3892. this S-room house furnished.Lot 1916. For Country Homes. Citrus Offered very reasonably for Immediate price and terms. Phone 772-R. quarters. Nice leas*. Old
condtlo1. 1e.t ;
ee Groves and Lake Fronts ask Asber sale. Open for offer. Sam Johnson established location. Present net
session. PARK 3 blocks from NEW
WINTER You must see
Ter 112.00.c.n HlbSo1 and bath lot 50 feet '
4 blocks from Rollins FAW ,rom. owner to appreciate.fro.t.le.Route 17-92. Inter- Peter. Realtor.He probably knows. Co.. 208 S. M.lo.HOiaTORI5T. _ 58. Real Estate Wanted profits $125 00 to $135.00 Per week-
Lennon with with fr.he 10.00 acres Polk County Including Come Central and 1.1n CAMP Site Priced at $6.OOO 00. Teima to responsible
Ray Jo O. Me. 11. 2-lrom bl..lo. going North must $ esMon City. Box 217: C. W. Broln. million feet of -
timber and
Reviler. Dial 38.ORTIde.1. overlooking Lake King Realty. 30 E. Church 36. HOME, .ne.1 COUNTRY HOME- miles from city with spacious ACREAGE WANTED.-10 to 40'acre*. persons. Fresco u. Steel. Dial
Virginia. prh$10.75O. Can SamWright 845. S-ROOM breakfast MODTON nook. etc. Some .with oU le. 1. Per acre. limits; house rtnlh.d; el.tricklthpn. grounds fronting on Hivhway No. 1 good roads electricity. near bus 2-1008. 45 West central. _

with David Andrews. Realtor. DREAM lot lOOxlSO.-equtty of fuM- New mon ; garace just east of Lake City. Florida each outer. Phone 2-4651 or writ*. CIMKNTBI.OCK'I'LANTS-O.OOO 00-

Winter Park. (59.WETSIEu.t. ,BOUSEEn.Ush type. Completl good tur. condition and can be 1.0 2.5 .r. Vollsl. County $7.50. .run: 3 vrl.e reasonable Grounds contain approximately 22 Albert Hablch. Broker. Orlando. Fla $20.00000. Grocery and Market

for .ma f.m flrlb.d. 17 $8000.MfKflvey. pr .re. for quick sale by o. 1616 Park &ra Including small lake. Main $11.00000. Liquor Store-Beer and
lot outside city lmits with $50 monthly: total Price CITRUS GROVE-Around 10 acres
J. P. luD.lo. lr. concrete blok Park Lake-Home and splendid In Real Et.t. 64 X. Cen- 12.OOO acres on St. Johns River Lake Ave.. or ph. 2-4229.- room.kitchen has large music living rom. dining with or without home, from ewa- Wine n.5OO 00 Plus inventory, license
lk. Pie. 140 flnlbe house lot SOxiso. 4000. Jane 150 COTTAGE miles of Orlando room bar. Wither Chtidrrss.t.ongwod. rut-laded. One of the finest suburban
; Pn come. Well furnl.he large 2-story trl. per acre. 4.2...Brevard Coun Joi- eight three sleeping er. _
B Bros. Brokers. ; Dial home All t : fruit. $ city. Apply bdroms prh Liquor-restaurant locations too
L 11.. Realtor. 664 N. Orange M.I : tnl. eU..e in r.r. 110 pr 2.20 acres Lake e. Adjoining COMMERCIAL LOT wanted for ware
could ask for
7559. 547 Indiana Ave. bu. at 515.000.00. Prescott
Sunday Winter Park .
01 : thl 12.15.SI.yton 16.0 large indoor concrete house. Within 6 block of Orange
S47-M. WIN PARK New, fUnle R.ltr. 32 X. Pin St.. OPEN SUNDAY CANNON MiLLS ROAD 1-acre lo. and gymnasium. Suitable for private and Livlntston. Minimum size 50x100 V. Steeic. Broker Dial 3-100. 45

ItUCO bungalow.. Ithen. b.th 1,200 Just off Cheney BI.h House of 3 rooms; completed. estate I.r. institutional home or ft. Quote location and price. Box 34* West Central Avenue.

NORTH 3-bedroom fale bungalow bedroom and living Iom. 406 has way $20. per acre. more room and bath under con- tourist camp. Specially at5i7.500 S-Star. CHII.DRTN'SSTORE-Notting $700

; electric tr Circulating ed porch; steel windows WET 8M-Ti.ile.lrc last struction. Owner going north act to close an plee COUNTRY ESTATE monthly. Rent reasonable. Ion

oil beater. Price 5250. .nd ar. Set center of 33 8U len If yon do not believe a real See Stripling with M. J. Moss 13th. quick. $1650. Mr. Lane with Herman C. G. Campbell estte.. Ter. for Club. -Large suitable front. lease. S.50O.. Better Investigate
Preferably lake
< Eammio Paci Realtor; .. orange trees. City water gas OPEN HOUSK-Sunday I. bargain> exists here drive out and Broker 132 a. MaIn. Phone 6.'. Goodwin. Inc.. Broker. 677 N. Oran Fla Telephone 263. Lke Ct, Sammie Francisco. Realtor; room 4 this. Roper' Realty Co_ 62 E. Church;
Central A.de; .4' and electricity. Near $ 1. 1 t 2 Mr. Ray e: dial 2-3433.
lu. 66. see it SundaY from "I 985. ROME AND INCOME-East Side duplex Central Arcade: 7407.

NORTHWEST-Mew 3-bedroom bungalows. Jndon. R.ltr. phone 640. Cornea Ave.. of Clay St.. Numbers Holcomb with O'H.rr.-Mor. w COUNTRY HOME-2 miles out; neat with each apartment contain CASH BUYER modern. 2- DYSIRABLI CORNER GROCERY as

$ OOO \ S8950. 8rl WINTER PARK-Lake Matnd A. 1999 and Nearly new. 2 bed b your host. furnished cot.c lot 73x350: fares Ins 3 bedrooms. Large garage. Apartment bedroom duplex oesirea or Other wen to- service station. includIng stork
models opportunity to and 531. Ranches and Timberland KUlian with ftxtureg. illness reason for soilin
I porch bangslows. l.k 1,95. c.h. block construction. Immediate
day .wr ra. .lPI rated Income property. Call 7613 and
I. DD :74. attractive estates in this kitchen J N. possession of owners completely furnished w* will Investigate immediately. F 510 000. Jones with 11 3. Mess 13Boltvr.

exclusive .cUon Modern home and euipment Venetian blinds garage. MOVE TOMORROW-Well furh.d.Near 2500 ACE miles from DeLand. CONWAY SECTION 4rol house .p.rmeDt. $1. L. c..h A. Allison. Realtor; 37 W. Washington. 132 8. MaIn. Phone 697'!.

UT. VON AT3 -t-room bungalow psclous Ioand. Ofere.t. bar- l.ndA.pd. $9SOO and $10.5. IY.no. Tle 1'i mion pine timber worth with S acres. Eetrclty. well. C. P. R.ltr. N. a DISTRIBUTORS WANTED-Prefabricated

flhd; electric kitchen. ala. Stop I, will Opl the dor. P.Ye for $125. $1.0. wood worth $15. paved road. O..er' anre: din 2-3282. Houses. Building boom coming
washing m&h porches. Shepherd Realty Co. 20 Washing- 32 Pin buUtI.. Metealf timber can be imel.t. GROVES-HOMES-BUSINESSES
ar E SI.n. Ratr. St. Realtor. possession. $2750. LAKE Guest Distributors can get volume deliveries
Metal a Pa"e .tnL Nicely ton St.. phone 514.WBTOR'21. Cl $20.00O ".ab Asher Peter. Realtor Box 314 h.1 Wrt FRN HouaCO your property with aggressive from our Southern Plant.Century
(65.BAGA ln> .
landscaped. '1.0. Whit Bros.. corner and Main; 3.$1. cmpletly Brokers. Chenault A Jenalnsa. lac.
H. 3 room $95OO or less furnished or not. 2-78f II S 178x547. Pre-Pab Corp. Haddoa
Brokers; SJ4 ; C.nton Ohi prop L 672 N. Orange Ave. Phone 7234-
.I Lt 13xl8. improve better built good locations. paved InformatIon office CourtneyRealty Heights. S. J.

JORTWE' SECTION mot lent .tr..a aol and For quick sale. Must .treet. Select the best thru Clay- S4 Lots for Sale ery. Smtb1.1.... Ave.. wt a.d : 392 N. Or.ne ,2-247. HOUSE WANTED 2 bedrooms located DUPLEX. FURNISHED.-(Apartment:)

bungalow; tl kt $.. Ower. .or. Look over 813 Montana Re.lt. Bldg. Phone wen built S-room home. Guest on 8tat Hlway. $5200. $25OO each unit consists of 3 rooms and
and bath screened lrhed down.
*a ALOMA SECTION Electriclishts IANDLrnldrl Box 37O 8-Star.
Lve. offer.
23. See
Must : same It. owner 103 Granada Inside screened porch. Income. $150 monthly.
.ri riD
511. Cor.
1..rom and dett furniture: WI. a.t. room A LOVELY 3-bedroom home. Nearly 2-BEDROOM. frame house. 4 years Special and water. taxea and out. Lr.e reenty.palo.derated rooms andporches. HOUSE WANTED-Buyer will pay Price. 66.OOO. cash or terms. Bew-
brae .lt lt. .I house, lot privileges. Viblock 1 pri for Veterans. Inquire $10.00O for modern unfurnished ell Proctor out West Church Bt one
i Ix15. lk. acre of land. 30 fruit trees In full old. near Colonial stores. Excellent 1796 Ate., winter Park. FARM-Sixty acres with five-room o"e m.tlr citrus
Dethbrb*, and must soIl cot bus. Easy terms. bearing. On paved highway close to ondltlon. Price reduced. R. A. Scar- trees and trees .brb house in College Park section. Allen block west of WLOF radio tower.
weeks will consider any I 412 8. Boln.re opposite S30 N. stores "hol and churches. BelIeveyou boro. Broker. 37 8. Main St. BEVERLY SHORES-Build your new house. An fenced. Excellent truckIng bery. This is a nice place Johnson. Resitor. 140 N. Orange" ; DEALER for new Baker aluminum

offer. p.rl.only. ran.bl. 2-18.. Orlando w agree this Is the la buyyoa' home amid new homes. Col 'roune clientele. See It and make 8612. -Speclallxing ia Homes. Venetian awnings: beautiful, durable '

P..t I WIN PARK-Mediterranean type .eD for $6150. with OPEN TODAY homesites are still available land. City ..te and in offer Geo. P. Br.5 Realty LISTINGS-Oi your property: we very tow priced. Will be in
KORTHXAST-Here on an extra rigid II Winter Park's exclusive Swaid; Louts Oeeslln Realtor. 143 N. POWERS HOME Neat. reasonable price. Let as show you I.bl Co. 19 E. Central Ave. solicit yours today: C. B. Davis Florida during April t* show awning

with lot is the an biggest attractive lt bUD.I. n.ldenUa IeUn Spacious rooms. Main: 216t.BOWB.aUfa. clean WODE. newly furnished. odsy. Walter W Rose Inv. Co. 49 house. Fin condition and close t MOTOR COURT 6 new Resitor. 104 E. Jefferson. Ph. 21649or and arrange details. Writ J. MLongnecker. .
Im. maid's Orange Ave. Oll V.DOI of fire. units. U. S. Highway No. 1.loen 7305. 34503 Electri Drtv*. Bay
imagine. The. living room 18x24. the 4brom. U b.t. Homes that will Located In beautiful Lancaster Park. 3356 N Orange -
in proportion and a kitchen rm .ih ly.tn 2-car Pde of Possession" Price only $ Truly a lovely city. For 1,5 this \ a good buy. River. 2 miles south of TltusvUle; LISTINGS WANTED-We have the Village, Ohio.iLrYE .
bro garage. landscaped lot and 11.50. Dartmouth Ate. prl".te. R. H. Bisydee. buyers if hat the
sink cabinet and work- City $3.200 to $37.50000. .- home. Your and comp.rl1" COLE PAR yon property. COUNTY franchise on
wt e luc will delight any wo 16xl6. Fruit. Immediate possession. Prescott V. Stel.. Broker., Invited today. from 2 to 4 n m. lo lat offer accepted; See Mr. WiDdb.m with O. P. S.Ol. NEW BUILINGemeDt block Call A. T. Carter. 9516: Jamerson and several I and chemical products.

I Furnished with fine new I Cavn.ulh. Realtors. 4308. Dial 2-1008. 45 West 108 Woodland. C. R. Emprlk. Real- phone lt.eea 3 and T p m. ar. eon feet Carter: Main and Central. Can earn 49.000 upwards yearly: you

m.n ment it Is a give away ea' WINTER PARK-City lmt 2-bed- VACANT-Five-room cottage near (10 N. Orange: '34. CITY LIMITS.-Residential : Realtor. 60 East Pine. Phone 5812. cement floor space plate glass front. LISTINGS WANTED-Let your sales S. cary $500 t 51.000 stOck. Write

00. Can .- *. Real rol home; : Shady lot with block off 8. Orange Blossom ; Well located on lot 10 x 182 ft.. needs become our personal con P.O. Box 1583 Orlande

tort 2-2380. 10 East Pine. .. kitchen $550 excellent Se Coloni.lo...1 199 Oarvln.W frt high and dry; water and lights. $400. HOME .De 20-acre farm stock, barn drive-In facilities. for retail cern. Our wide clientele offers best FROZEN CUSTARD-all pew equip

t. erms. Occupy Winter FOR INSPECTION Flor Phone 2-3936._ ( Cer Lak*. Madison.Fla. business serving auto traffic. Pce sales opportunities for all types efproperile ment. Good location. Madison. 3607S.

NORTH XA8T Just completed by one Park. 92-R OPE Ave. Solid masonry 2-story. DUBDR- ZOO ft., on paved Bus and .Ietre right at It.5. good terms .r.n.- *. Ron Kay Anderson. Orange Blossom Trail
W PA- Near the high Tile floors; solar system. .tret on course. t, 7-room. fireplace ed. See with Harold Shep Broker. 423 S Orsnge. Phone 2-44O6.

of Orlando's best contractors, six pleasant corner lot b.tb a reduced or .cOn.rnc. per aol. by. M. J. Mesa 8r_ 41 N. Gar- herd Realty Co 20 J Wun.t LISTINGS WA.NTED'-Hoiues. groves
-- OWer w. Ki.ht St. Phone GIFT SHOP-Well establIshed bush.
his five-room bourne with its extra prlc that will quickly. Broker. 5034. Ave.: after 50 pm. and business Richard
DRIVE BY THESE. property.
eaeflent ,
ness set $9750.
room .thro* bedroom house with oak sleeping porch room two-car garage ten eont.c Possession at once; ran be bought COUNTRY CLUB sec ORANGE AVE. PROPERTY-70x178 Kazaros 673 N. Orange Ate,, dial 4gwine
and enuff furniture to houaeeeplns. Fedick furnished will take back DUDRE LAKEFRONT Five ft. with 14-room frame building.
.t.r O.ne lots low $495. cleared acres on 2-O99O. Wbolesa' business year's net will
floors Two ; I a sound .! with you that homes mortgage for 4 sal price. Seethis Uolal.Pay Have. lot .s Barton Lake fronting on Highway Can get quick _.In Good ap.r return purchase price of S70OO,
ta.bolL a. 1c. Call Humpfer with a.re In- trm. monty. meet house ,
2 to 4. ,
109 X. Pine.O'H.raMore. are still priced too high- and all t.y fro Broke. 610 matri.la "om. nfee.two-room cabin shed garage; .It.. Pice. 80.0.. LISTINGS WANTED-W* need 2. 3
largo garage. Tile i.th XxeeOent 2-831. of the Predrick organization have vited. Bealtor. available. Property hu.dre foot dock; bat: sand b.c b.l.n.. Real 11.0. Clark and 4 bedroom homes furnished Investigate now. Can Georgia vSchiller.

WINTER PARK-3-bedroom bungalow beD constantly telling owners they N. .0r.De; 7348. section is bound to increase rapidlyin by o.ne St..Bn.n Estate Court and unfurnished, priced for Immediate Realtor 7186.OROCSAY .
terms .OX Loan. Priced at 110,500.- near high school and college lower their prices to a reasonable value. Buy today ahead of this property. P. O. Box 3222. Orlando. O.n. Hotel lobby phone sale. Joe O. Myers. Realtor. 29

Completely furlbe.Inccludlng leD replacement value if they really incresse. We have some beautifullarge 2-23' W. Washington. Dial $881 er 63$. and Market. Carnally
00. Can Reggie Moffat with O. P. and want to selL OPEN TODAY lots right the golf .
for Many agreo wtlh u on course. LAKE FRONT-Property. here Is grossing $2750 to S3OOO weekly Inventory
and ceiling fan. Front rear enclosed and have lowered their prices. Lancaster Park-12O8 Woodland 2 to Wster 1.ht gas and bus available. doubtedly the most exceptional buy ROOMING HOUSE-We have listed LIST with and fixtures practically
Realtor. last Pine. Phone icreened porches. This i the 4. C. R. Emerick. Realtor. 610 N. Paved. Boland. in Oranse County. SOO ft. of lake -your property us. Yoa covers
a.op. 1 O..en
have Just what look price. Owner, after operating
may w* are
best: buy Wright on the.m.rke at $1,0.Ca" You should nave nO fear In buying Orange Ate.. dial 7348-. 672 N. Or... C.n..1 BIl.' frontage. 66 ft. deel high hammockland three excellent buy In large roomIng -- ing for. R. A. Scarboro, Broker 37 business la asm location for 14
SS13. After off phone 2- S.I Ade. today at reasonable 2-4551: 75 ft,
t !.a "e.ln. over .
Winter Park. 659. .lua S Main St.LISTINGS years wishes te retire will sell business
costs are from shore to rear. 4-room aubstan- houses. you will drop la the
.eont"Uo. LAST building Iota I
bund real business alone.
and estate
4080. WINTER PARK lV-tory keep .. \ SIS WANTED-Clients waiting.K. er
dlplx htbe for 511. Lake County Property and $473. H. tial tt.c. 15 minutes from downtown Convenient
terms to responsible
2 bedrooms downstairs en 'ears and demand for good prced. Broker. 2121 S A Orlando. This property is in the office Mr. Mortal will be glad t F. Slaytaw. Realtor. >1 I. Pin soa. Exclusive with Louis 9. Delis

ORLANDO AVE Winter Park-Highway room IPta. separate entrances houses at sensible prlc.will continuen YOU BUY-See. phone or Phone 8744. R.d coming section of the county. Total St.. phone 6651. Broker 27 W. Wsshlngton. 8413.

17-92. W block north of Kil- decorated and this area. don' you r.lu. BER. Harry E. Morse Ai Company.Realtors Price $8000. $5000 cash balance show ,. these properties. O. P. LOT WANTED-From Owner. 100 ft.
lame Corner. S-room furnished lalnted. '41 construction: close to bus. your lifetime ambition and own your of Eustis. Fla. Phone 13. PER CRE AVB.nd Plnehurst. semi-annually. Contact William Math- er larger front; suitable for 4-fso GROCERY STORE AND MARKET-

house. All gas automaticgas .$r. high school and Rollins. 2-car home before you spend your money Lake COUDt and ranabl.. Tm.l. Rt. 5. ewe with Sam Hutchins. 206 8. S.op. Realtor 6 East Pine. fly units. Must be soned property. Gold location Stock and fixture
water heater.kithe.2-.r ... (size ..rle lots of fruit. $10.500. about for something YOU do not need De.r1 S Hi"Where zephyr Box 13. ._ Main. 7811. Box 385 S-Star. about S6.COO. Weekly gross sales.
BONNIE BREEZE- S150O. Rent only $37 50 monthly.
18x24. easily converted Into an .pr b.1 can 2-193 Johnston e badly aa a hornet breezes blow. Away from the Land FERNCREEK-MO N TAN A neighbor LAKE FRONT-I rooms and b.tl RIA FRONTAGE lots on WANTED TO BUY!-10 to 2O acres effirstclass Price. $3 OOO rash. Oeo. H. Klttredg.
Broker. 6 St. hood. Group of 50 lots within 2
ment). Lot 60 ft. frontage on Henr. Curh of Ice and Snow.. A select completely furnished; electric S.b.rd. Best offer over SS.OOO bearing grove. Give fun Bealior. 2-3176.
way, running back 250 It. to OrtveAt ATTRACTIVE CORNER-.-4-bedroom W* have prdict rent I and now left on Lake Xustls. U..8. tact blocks of .school to be built this breakfast nook; construction. Call Mr. Rome .It details ia first letters. H. F. Bolsad.

*. This property now vacant. bungalow; automatic hot water your .. commentators Waterways navigable to the Summer. Large citrus trees. $25.0OO. stucco on steel: city ..te 1 lots; O'Harra-Moore. 2-O836. 109 E. Pn.. Realtor 672 N. Orange; dial 3-4551. GROCERY and Meat Market New
Priced with are telling you of the possible Ge.D.Resticte. Or will sell 25 or 12 Brokersprotected 30 citrus stock new fixtures new building.
right Ownerat heater; 2 baths. Please Phone Io. tre.: 3O dock; .
tem. reserves
r.bt Owner. -
111 N. Orlando Ave. removal of OPA rent controls sooner located on beautiful fish. CURT SIlo Densely populated community. Longtime -
P.rl BLOCK BUNGALOW room and Beautiful frontage Industrial acre la Florida for highway
than: expected. elnl. home.I. lease can buy the build
or phone 128W. b.th modern la every detaiL tenants and Tl .holle shudder e.us- Tracts moe.t prlc. I INDUSTRIAL of NashvIlle LOT-and 110x150 W. ft.Central.Price. eorDer -. .F. H. 21.Black Re.lor. phone L..o. down 6OQ ft. to lake. Bargain for business. CI.. Wolf. New Hyde ing. Seoond floor you has 2-bedroom fur

ORWI WOR3 bedrooms, t.o P.ry furnished. Vacant. Nicely do some deep thinking and quick are looking for lutlr. $1500; easy terms. A. C. Golden. Park. N. Y. nished apartment. Also rental cot
$4.0OO cash terms. Clark F.
large $ easy terms. Par- don't fail to see and inspect or HOME-With 9 Broker. 1121 N. Orlando Ate. Near '
It ctr lnda.p. 7.5. acting. home.lt Bryan. Owner. 8. Court LKEVIW WE HAVE BUYERS wanting grotes. tage la rear. Lot 50x150. Pleas. call
and nicely lnla.p l.nor' Ra Et.t.. E. Pine; 2-1646. Bonie Breexe. Tracts Priced from >ran"e Hotel 13 phone St. rib Improve land including underpass Winter Park. Open Sun business properties and bomea. For st office for complete details. Frank

10'le.t lo.to1-mllt. 2-BCDROOM HOUSE Here are a few typical listings priced $12000 front foot up. Owner and D 2-23' "r. 30 n. from lr.eI.ke day. Immediate sale list with T. A. Alli noaitor, 507 Metealf Balldiag.

"rice. Iu.lne. raan must large screened porch. 2 blok.Prnbe to reach that tough bue who demands veloper. W. J. Kistler. Realtor Aorne. .pproxlm.t : electricity; concrete TOURIST SITE-Close In. son. Resitor. 37 W. Washington. gar TJ10.
mile CUT
price right vares. Florida.GOOD I. 152' one good town near Orlando;
I stores and post office: Immediate possession plenty for his We win SI.b Gre. High ground. ki""iiMarket.
mo.ey. lo.to. Nearby
bargain at $7250, .uprme.
Walter W Rose Investment $3900. $1000 balance terms. Jim M. Cald-
Orwin Manor Office 3356 Cmp.n. ,. : ph Appk. 1102. also submit any.reasonabie offers on BOM.RVk County Owner 437 "na. well Asher Peter. Realtor cor- Rm expansion with 8m. build SALES LISTINGS WANTED: Homes '.jwa. Good business and lease.

Avenue; 49 N. Orange Avenue.Or. 2 HOMES.-One has 6 rooms ..ndbat any of our already reduced prices. ; coniU. room lit Main; 2-0786. now. Under the market at $17.- groves farms and lota. You may Reason for selling sickness. Write
the other has 4 rooms and house screened porch LAKE CONWAY-300 ft. frontage. 3 000. See nowl T. I B..tnn. R.lOI. depend ea our experience for correct owner. Boa 344 8-8tar.
OCALA Large 4-room house with two Just running lots. Beautiful beach Priced tAXI; FRONT LODGE-How would
around and look these
newly 6 Central
large fireplace: Including Slots brou. P.IDt .Ietrdty. t : handling of selling details: our mortgage -
a. 43' GIFT SHOP and shipping business la
porches modern kitchen with buit .ne ". yourself then com water garage. pump ; approximately sell.' Call Wimblah. you like t* live on a 4-acre Island
in e.b1t. y. acre la. King: Realty.bus In.. 8720O.. ter.. Into the office Monday and you ten acres of grove 24 Smith Real Estate: 124 61.. .! la large lake only 8 mile from Or- TOURIST COURT-Near Orlando enmain loans Increase our veiling power Winter Park. Owner will sacrifice
chicken One milenorth J 84 be how good deal wt old. Fruit co. landed new. 3-bedroom bl.h.ay. Be.utful lakefront McNatt-Heasley. Realtor IS W. for quick sal*. Inquire ex 20$ 8. Park
a you
.ra .arrl V.I.neas. LAKE FRONT-Ideal building site: Moen. with .
ye.r excellent Washington St.
0 of Oeala. Two to stores.school 2 AND 3-BEDROOM Houses under Marsh Seedless grapefruit It's l.ch. Col. new Ave.. IB Winter park.
male .o. corner property $ i -
: difeent
and busline. Immediate pue. cnsrctn Pull 0.!. Ln.6am- place if taken now. Seven acres el Write P. O. l0x30 15. I It's unusuaL The owner Is loer. premises GROCERY and Meat Market with 3-

sion. $4500 eaa or terms. r.ncl.o. Rator. ; Rol Central 221 Ivanhoe BI"d.-Tn bedrooms rood truck land; 25 acres In all; en friendly o.ne.city. St. Cloud. 185. T. giving it away at $14.SOO with favorable .hkh l opr.ted or lea.e. Sufficient SMALL HOME wanted. Northern bedrgom living auarters. Moneymaker

down .4 month. Charles A..de furnished; Highway convenient to modern air terms. Asher Pete. Resitor. addlton.1. aound dosneot..s. buyers and Investors Inquiring .* Mixed trade. Owod buy
Plor. 1412 ..Dol.Ocala. VETERANS AND CIVILIANS We port; 2V. miles from thriving town; LAKE VIEW Lot-High with large corner Central and ". ; Abat there hundred ia house fet daily for businesses. home and Roper Rosily CO. 63 K. Churcn.
on for
F.. will build your lot or you maySelect 135 W. Yal3 bedrooms. 2 prospering community. Terms I detired. shade trees: utilities insurable MAIN HIGHWAY farms. Sliest Realty. 31feW., Colonial. 3-3433. '
Money maker This
b.U title 7407. owner. property can be .
a desirable bomesite from our furnished unlurnished. Boa 274 8-8tar. 10. Oer.
ORLO TtSTA-Bouse and lot; $600. 01 Owner. hoas and apartment of the beautiful tourist
$40O down and $32 John ltinl. Home .ne lot financed .it LAKE: COUNTY-Date attend LAKE FRONT-l0at. Interlaken. Lt 15 ft. on street. Pr.be. courts on In the State mot possessing SELLER-BUYER-When you thin GROCERY MARKET and fining

Hauler.. 1H blocks mODt Winter 10" GI 90* FHA J.n 131S B.roa2 bedrooms unfurn Lake yourl Sprtmel'$ $35.terms. phone Inform.Uo.Rm office ofRoulstone. natural beauty. Shown only .nuua real estate to sell or buy. thins station. Lens- established grocery,

Garden Rd.. on Blvd. and complete planning kitchen equipment; Exposition and cunty'. '165. ; 2.2532.ORTWETnn pointment. $48.000 with .P Clsybauin.! Realtor. Metealf Bid* and market, alone doing ever $12O.-
B.r .eel. Pin
building Jennings two extra lots possible. Phone 5613. tame old can sine 1923. Excellent location
Inc.ert. Chen.1t.. 7234 Opening date March 17th to LIB FRONTAGE fine piece of miles out. Five b.l cash. Information. See 000 per year.
( clusive. W. J. Kistler. Realtor. Ta- frontage Winter Park; house a Folaom with Harold Sh.phee FOR RESULTS list your property B* Bear tout petition. Owner has other

t ONE OP high quality frost HILLTOP BOWI one of our bent 1627 Harmon-Brand Dew 2 bed F.. sheltered beautiful view I Yr nice very"r.pretty .fl"erom. Rouse needs ea some Rely Co. 20 E. with Tom McElbeny. Broker. 1407 Interest. For details sec W. B. Klo"
TOE unfurnished. .r. olson. Realtor 14 8. Main 8U pbdB
sections Lake K. 8U Dial
; restricted residential your Washington 2-3937 and
free discerning bler rarct rade.tl located. 8 repair but has fine TOURIST COURT Owner will sacrifice -
fro 2-story. 3-bed "ONTESPl..ntly beautiful home this Is the spot. 10.ton pibUI ask for Tom. 2-1619. Y'
Ion for. but seldom resident .Ide lot. citrus.only for H.mpt.Broker. 531 Or-
re.l1e. 1133 2 bedrooms, nn759 atr.ct. I.
caretaker and center. rom 2 V. .. A dream of a BanoDNe. $4.500 00. W. J. Kistler. Realtor Ha"kel-'e.l. Reltr.118 E. Robinson estste. Price. $650O. terms. anse. :1. IF YOU WANT t* buy or sell try

Owner does not care to sell outright mute.. bedroom with south and east furnlbed Tavares. Florida. dial 2-3'5. Cell O'Hsrra-Moore. Realtors 2-38 U S. 17-92-Furnished 2-bedroom us. W* try to please. Betty Trent
but due heavy outside commitments *; .p.cou. well-kept .runds LAKE lota In 109 *. Pins.SUBURBANAbout Evans. Broker. 349 N. Orlando At*.. '
$ very $ N. EBwood-New 2 bedrooms fur RANCH-64O good land improved FON Intrlke hOG. 674 frontsxe. electric kit- GROCERY and home combination.
to sell Interest Di.ly 29.:0. tr. phone Winter Park. 61$.
b.1 nished. Unusl.1 CO"e.lenc 5 from in all. Sell aU
c.nt Huckel-O'Neal. Realtors E. pasture f ebe. orP.r.
; tillr. mie. acr. Stare paylna art profit of $600
.r.anl. amonth.
18 Nydesger
half of Co. S06
for Ie. apprise dial stew buildings. 5 ri.tel. J on bot 1 S. of Sanford across CUSTOMERS WAITING for homes.
inson tW be.utlul mi. .
2-3753. hou. d
rm dial S rooms living quarter
value of $75.0.Here I 'uriy. .d Northeast tome Magnolia and bath large 2 room tenant hous. D. 8. wth 18 let lake frontage Pete and Grill. and income properties. List yew* i en prominent hlBwy near Orlando.Zarolleot
Indepndenn you. FNIHE bdroms Granada -2 furnished 2 complete with large LAKE HOLE SECTION-H-block riparian approximately todsy Lock wood Anodatea. 60 W I
the de'alls. T.de with tG25tb Strt Make Wi ldrom b.M. .el .. Blossom 4OO feet Modern 2-bedroom Robinson: phone 21574.iiiiDProperty | neighborhood badness
also business tanks. water. on
; dep.
"Specialising loaton G.tok Pord.. of T.U WAREHOUSE New : priced te sell at S12.5OO. Terms. Bee
Boyd Louis ton.trcln
; R.alt.r. ."ntt. home. furnished
Oe.l. Ford cattle St. 6 lre lots : all electric kitchen. to sen. We could I
over ft. Louis
Main .ddle. sq. ; Mark with Oeeslia. Realtor. 143
in 143 N. : pD. 3.0.
Or. HOMESEEKERS us build th 1321 W. Si.etson-2 bedrooms CO.m- other eupmeot. l.ter.w fruit trees. to SJ.JSO.; _p.rt $g.95O. Can buy adjoining land.Jamersoa now : also sprinkler have the buyer oa eec hall For N. Mala 3-1464.
31464. home you nave been looking for. pletely furnished; immediate occupancy. fo. 0. W. J. Jer.R.lt. $395. Ph. owner 2-357i. and Carter. Ra Itor 70 .tr and railroad.aiding. C of efficient service call Ana U. Drake

Chenault et Jennings I6'2 N. T".r.Ford.. LZPON-PPDT-8 R E. Central. Phone A. T. 1511. city. "Office information only.ntP. R or T. K. Hastings. Realtor, lUa. S

Prang Ave. Phone rooms and bath Nicely of 6-MTLES OF CITY-Frame bungalowon Esters-k. Realtor. 74. Central Arcade. 4237.
ORANGX CITY-House. 7 rooms. 2. down and move 638 W. Winter Park Ave.-2 bedrooms TAVA (10 O.u" HIGHWAY 441-Trailer park and
NEW HOMES-$500 paint. W. J Orlando's largest lakes; very desirable large lake. Good flatting and dial 348. DONT LIST your property with SB*

b.t partly tulbe. lot and 135x in. About 8 weeks for possessionRveryooe unfurnished; extra lot. I.td.. !e.. I.o.. F.. for aa estate or can be used t balkseveral swimming. Dock: 3 acm of beautiful unless you want t* sell! Henry for restaurant.$16.500. plas Excellent about $150O opportunity needed

.uL. eligible. BY 6-room lake front homes on small .round. Owner sacrificing for JUST OUTSIDE CITY-Corner tot Bnrch. Broker. 12 8. Main: 2-1090. improysients. Rex-McGUl Realtors,
Immediate occupancy. H. Hopkins.E. Call Joe with Veterans Real 1123 Shady Lane-3 furnished OWE .tuco bu Improvement Investment should snake Will take cash .
Et ldm. 88.0 12 x 16 building oa malahighway. 12$ N> ran e Ave- phone 4147.HOTEL .
Met and of
University next garage
Avej .
29 8. Court for
t boOK 0 Agency: ; or .on de this a $20.000 property. Phone 6781 equIty Lola Royal. phone I50O; your terms.
sirable beautiful Sylvan
lit Church. corners 3-0672. B.at DINING ROOM doing good
can at Late Holden Gardens. 1
ATTENTION Ol .De Cyi.W. Shores: 105 X 145: some fruit or ful highway tots. $100 LOOK! LOOK! LIST leas
} VISTA-Rate Blvd. 1 block can now 1417 Chlchester-Beverly Shores. 3 lo mile west of Kohl At*. on Holdea WELL bous with electricityand month. D. Moore. dow. pr basineva. Must sell and atoea
Winter Garden rod. New 1 S-room home and bath of good onc construction bedrooms. 2 tile b.t very nlc. You rl.te this pleasant Drive. *BUT House unfinished M3. due t* illness. Kitchen extra modern
lit well-kept by appointment .c. i 17-92 ft. on highway Have buyer of suburban property and tally equipped Included la very
bedroom nice porch A and furnish lot excellent but HIGHWAY-24
ra Die on Mt. Dora. Fla.. 4591. OLD ROAD 3 lots. 2 livable. Price of U.5 includes and frame !,
1123 Ms nor. 3bdr. ; Ph APPK dep. Large one te 10 acre with modern reasonable lease. Box 34O 8-8tar.
tie home. ZOOO location. AU for W
' 1.8. can secure C1be.te-w of W. FairbanksAve. asbestos and metal considerable home
norh consisting of two large from $5000.00 up. list
PINE CASTLE a-tenement house; for 1' or 90% 52. Groves for Sale cash Mr. A. W.KPyeo. lumber and other materials. ments well furnlihed. Also .P.r property with- your JEWELRY STORE Established.Lease. .
has 4 and bath lowe FHA loan. F. RealtorCarrican n Liberal W. A. McKenney. 495O Modem futures Clean stock
upper Rt. 2 Box
rm. H 1431 Tempi Dr.-Winter Park. 2 341. Or.ndo trm. furnished home. Beautifully landscaped Hsll Bros.. Agency Realtors. 112 iH.
finished 673 N. Orange; dial Cheney Including everything. $11JOO. George
3 rooms and .e.1 It TERRACE Beautiful building Highway: dial 2-4. with a multitude of Orange Ave.. Telephone $1 9.
unfurnished: large lot CYrRUS GROVE-Believe or PAL .hnb Painter with Asher Peter.
bathroom .o Realtor. 7E. <
and out with brom.
11. 2-551 lake FOR SALE OR RENT Lake and a lot of fruit.
there I. plenty demand fo view and lake fronts lrnt fo.er .
\ ; 5 blocks from ahol. ROUSE-With 2 acres. Cannon MIlls ne.Imedl.t ocp.n"Y. groves. Sttmeone want Attractive prices. Carl Tender. Developer. age. SOO ft. on deep lake. one beautifully landscaped Central: 7-O7S4.__

church and stores: on bus < Road: 850O down. $25 monthly; In- 1415 Tempi Dr-Winter Park. 3 acre grove. In wt of thi.10 31 N. Orange; 2O442.RAILROAD city lit. 10 acres of land: t properties In or around ol.ndo L1OOOR: PACKAGE STORE-Packa**
IT bearIng orange tree quire. 2011 Minnesota An, Winter & &ro and bar license
A leas
Or.Do l home. splendid place to erect fl" six and fixtures
fruit. Move in once bdrm 2 b.tb. 10urDh. cold these tree rm.. wld.laae. -Northwestcorner moen WANTED-Owners of homes who win
FNAGE and Win divide. sn.d.m tourist IB scenic Store BOW in operation. Stock
a Pak. Opportunity cottages r- -
and have good income from eorer lt i- 15 bn. V.le.I. yet l picke of -.. Lotdimensions rd. accept $1.OOO oow.. payment have be Included at
rnte BEAUTIFUL stucco tiletile Il. for for Price $25 OOO with term ran buyers ptton.
on : mediate of S20.OOO 00. .abr.lo. roaDln.
apartment. Price. Ph. HOM. oup.ncy. en stun on customers with best of references.
Price $75OO. Cavenaush.
1.8 2-246 roof 3 2 tile bathatglassedin 11.0 immediate Some one Realtors.
; Allsopp O'Harra-Moore. terms. Wysn .1 .l. & hoe imelat. .up.nty.
Smith. Owner Phones 2-2152 or 2-OO74
2-2. day
.tl 4'___ and with ernight. 430*.
porch all acre or develop property -
AV LB.aUfal 4 'U : har.o 1631 Lasbury-Wlnter Park. Brand 109 E. l.oe. 11. Klttlnger Realty.
bedroom floors: Pne.GROVE TWO COMMERCIAL lots on W. Central of above for lake into real tropical garden. Nephone LOCKSMITH and repair
n.r ole. new 2 bedrooms, unfurnished extra 111.5. abo*
bt oak non rf. lot; Dewl.derat. .lr.e fines AND HOHX-7 acres fun adjoining D. Pepper Bottling frontage and for S83OO Herman information See Mr. Folsom Doing good business. Would

; $ ft. residential. section. 1217 Golden Lane ILGr.e bal grove Do hurt in recent Works S12SO eah. Clark P. Bryan. Goodwin. Inc.. Broker. 677 N. with Harold Shepherd Realty Co. 2' selling to vete.-en. Box Jll 0-fttar.l pref-j

lot. 12 citrus trees, double c.r.*.. A Spring Lake Terrace-Winter Park. Now cld home. r bath: 1Oacres Business OPu.IU.130 S. Court Orange Ave dial 9855 or 666O. E. W.lhlncto St.MONEYMAKitt.Ranchrs. I 59. Ont-of-State Property
Ter. Immeat in alL on hard road in Orange NURSERY. S acres
real White Bros. possession. on building 2 houses 10% down balance ar.c Hoel Lbb, 2-23. 5 This is approximately
bY. 10,0.
Jrm ; nice community at $10.0. tbi is avery ACE rm5. Fut GAINESVILLE-Brick bungalow; attached S6.OOO stock. 1 room dwelling, tool
M1 2-16. NEW HOUSES-Ready for occupancy over 25 years; under $8000. .o buy. Can Stel with WIn -Residential lots In y.l.e a bard equipped and .D.U.Pp. Motel garage, 2 bedroom: tile shed end work shop garden tool,

Under $8.0. 2-bedroom concrete and Jennings dial 7234 4; Lake Knowles aln road. Nel. Smith Real Et.IP. 124 T.nrD Hotels. stores. bath: fireplace; newly redecorated cultivators sprayers etc.. also 33;
SUBURBAN Modern. 3-bedrooi block. G.I. F mortgages. 1000 S. Mills-3 bedrooms furnished 672 N. Orange Ave. P.e street.. Resdy fo 8. 1.1. 6911.SPECIALIZINO i r Shop Homes, etc.-outstanding vatues' corner io1. mite from University rasa-; seres land with 1324 feet oa pave
house an furnished: all .Ietri $35 per month As 1. as $ Inspect to in country Great variety size purpose.Get road an this for S9OOO with
c"er ph.np INDIAN RIVER 140 fine bear property.Homes pri. pus: $4OOO cash assume $6OOO meetI about
kitchen: city water corner- 1322 Shorewaod Dr. Lancaster Park a"r dsy. Can Park S4O-R erweekdays local lists. C. Streut.Realty
Wntel bait Call
Are. Clay 8 caih. Gould. 3-1993.
2 reasonably
20 H.ro. bt.en perfect : |I at $55 a month C. B. with
ins grove; el.tln. : gage : Davis
: ft. frontage and approximately .o .ret. 2-551. 31 > .cI'o Or-1 I
, 3 Call Sb.r. WinterPark. 4 bedrooms; 2 story completelyfurnished. condition: no cold priced. State h.b. rod frontage $ sW Dr. I I Realtor. 1O4 E. Jefferson 3-164t. Jcbastoa Henry, Broker $ w.
ft. deep: paved street: one acre 924.VETERANS'. Also..r modern bungalow AT ROME BUILDER.S-We! several groves priced F. I.ndo Fla. 2.17.. Slyest [ Church St.ORANGI .
damage. .
large bearing citrus trees: immediate -rl a limited number of H. Black.; Realtor. Ph. 21. Green Catslos.-.over 'I GENTLEMAN'S lovely estate. 23 level
possession: all for $9.750 oo. Call BOMENe. 3 room ; tenant : Artesian wells: are Lne.o. Cosst-to-Coast.- 25 Nran'I I acres adjoining town limits, hard
Listen to over
Paul Hardman Martie and bath: lt 5125 1.0. brd"ut d.1 all grove eoulpment t.dlde. Fall sites la and ad FEW MILES OUT S part p.i (I surface road. 3-bedrooai home BLOSSOM TRAIL-.U yoa
pr. what
.It Wt.ma and jacent to Dubsdread Country ocr. you want! Where? Price* j nj -
$1.0OO cash WP WOR details office. No grove. Ideal for large win tnvesUcst this
Cal guestor site
Realtor. 21 ter. C C perintendenf with new
'$ Gsrletts. Section oa both paved and Terms? We will try to you Time-1 j cottage large stsble.
tion. sold this balance nursing horn 2> betas Ast other
Phone Brk.r. 2-147. pl. I .ek. % I.tb. P."e Money two garages. largo creek excellent laconic butldinxs
.1MSO Harlow o. Fredrick. 118 1* Orang These lots are thr.h our helpful 47yrld
includedIn ar road. Well built oaFroperty
2 TILE TS3 brm new Dial 515*. crP..1.0 .' wen att.cye1 very .ur."I"e. service. 8tr' Ralb. 31*** BV W. !: view of mountains, (bund a or* shrub BOW farther. yea will gtop took-

LAKE 4 bed borne in HUon. .tta- Pr. balance easy 1.0. future homesite BOW. Jane Brothers. C.y"u.h. a.lto. M.t.lf *. Colonial Dr.. Fla -Phone bery. Price. $26.500. lag Present income $lo per

and TRC : 2 lIve features. for .uick Its great \live la Orlando? 83..0. ... Broker.tr. N.M.ln 235 N. Mal 8t- phone 7559. COUNTRY HOME-Oa lake. About 2-1378 Strout Sells' L Yours Now! 3-oe baths; oak floors: t at 112.6. This won't l.t so ca .ttx 4 acres. Pm! fri paved road. Sisal. Approximately 3 acres facing move yea are devclovtnax,
fura 2-a Fennell. : 5809 SECTION 2 nice lots la stores cabins sad
rage; nice corner n. 2-113. ( W SUUT 10-minute dr.e. home. 3 hard surface. Price $10-5OO. trailer pars
$18.000. JL. W. B. lad ON OP THE FINEST e.e groves lota surrounded with bedrooms. 1 b.tb.Electric kitchen. 74 acre facing golf course SOC ft., The terms are very easy to r*** nible -
ap. Main 81.. pbooe 3 BEDROOM HOUSK Hand is the State. No damage best homes In Ow. M.n priced You'll buy owner. GOLDEN B IT- old house natural baste for lake. parts. Call 2-O442 for *etai- and

' 2-1619. 8 school bus and stores. 16 larc wbat-so-vec. Valencia crop mdue right good B 375 8tr.BBtYLAT1. See N .bPR1.t I at edge of town. PrIce S7.OOO. Xcklea. PPotaaleat to show. Exeuatv*. J. A.
bearing trees not hurt by IS THIS WHAT you want? A family at a price you'll never see a..i Bldg. A.C.L. Prootace. 3 ft. by S3a ft. Realtor. Black Mvusttaia. H. C. L. Ohio. Broke,. 108 K. CowrV.

. I ctn.at $5250. M. D. e.. home .It a rof that cant leak such a 'row. Noble Smith Ra Estate frontage on .ur.c road.

SUBURBAN frame CoIl rooms Furnished aDd I Ib.th Realtor. 3 E. Church. Phone 4767. .D tt are h.rd. Uyl : 14 8. M.I dial 691 L tog one of Orlando's largest l. 5 Business Property for Sale within 2 Strategic miles of OIDo bU 60. Business Opportunities PICK UP-'and delivery baaiaea* for
ro. dln. r. t.k- We will build you a t dir .abn fo .r MJreaaoBable.
11 ROOMS and 2 Ideal for hom m Box 332 B-fltar.
Lot has frontage of 71 feet i b.th. .
ro.D b.tl dOlot.1 53. Acreage for Sale like or Lake 1t : I geksogbu5inba.
see at
Doetor'a ,o POt
office APAR'-
is about 3 blocks from Junction i 3 Holdea 1 Low price quick "TORaV-Doing splendid
.ne bdro. bthVpt.lr
of Fairbanks Ave. and the old I H.II't Broker 531 Orang caati. .prh. of 3'IOths of a mile lo an InCe f..T : BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES gnv* 0q location Is Orlando.
Apopka highway. : S1SO i :13 85.0 W. Are. te.S ACEGZ2 acres east .f Winter .ac O.e Blossom Trail *a this 4ut property within .than rb.bl pr, 1 I 19-JO. Phone 2IOOSRoom S. 45 W S yes hose at *7* per month. o.-
Pi. O.ner. Maiden
required 1:3. $30 1414 1 Y.l 0. hlb.,near Old.nroIZ.O. D"e. 10 mwiates walk! of shop- A. Culver 1121 <*. CentraL Prescoil V. Steeic. ins fey sa.oop 9:05:
I Ipr hvin BY house Oindo' inventory So.
ca ST.- : Glden. Brokr.
T S 2
brm. oa
McNutt-Heasley. OWNE-m furat .u LNotmlh.m Ate. Orwin pine ctL Orlando ( ). Hf. Little with Harold Shepherd Rest.
1 su R.lor'j .r. automatic kithen. hete.a.nee prh fruit trees: available March 100 1 24.;954 blhw.y Klttrrdte.at Park Ridge$1200. ale.n .b. for quick I .. te. $22-500. Mr. Lyle with Winter P.rk Open Sunday. I BUSINESS U3TTSG3 NEEDED-Sec ;r Cosjzo w. washtagton. Phone 5124.

e Owner. 140. Maitland Ave. Springs. G. B R.lto. see Roy A. Miller. Realtor. 213 Herman Own Inc.. Broken 677 I I Hsrlow O. Fredrick. -Business
2-3176. N. Mam.
.At.mo.t Phone 3-4852. N. 1 [
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:[ from .2 Loans Up to_ $338 651e1P;: __ Wanted-Male 10. Work Wanted-Male I 14. Wanted 75. Auto
for Sale
Prelc'PJ1 Aats-Trle i
1nb! 11 Trsilers>Tmrk* for Sale
AUTO. Furniture. Dismond loses : WANTED for dining room CHAUFFEUR GARDNER-Ex D TALKER I &rnUnr.@tatOR.
M. Business CUP AK wants bay your DODGE 1937 -WORLD'S LARGEST
Opportunities I Ue coup Complete
Economy Company. J. F. : hotel; housing fur- South Division auto PICKUP TRUCK-1941
Pa.e pre 11 or pay blab motor

JGIJO m.rl&1 -GRY.I, ,I Brer.. PI..._2-339.. 11 Wet_Build-. FARM ntshed. _Ph.LORlaMr,11_21-941. Lake Wale.ut P.. I l&ret ..nm.l& 10.Cle..and block lay. I cash In*. S price ud.l.e Immediately.Sale end D. len.V.ru O.ne.FORD Phol.oe.ui. 'Good.with U radio 6350. i ?JC! FRA 1 .1.1.A-l D.DOG..4tl PI 2.34e mo.1 11 Vu f DEALER"R.

t. ulL H.m& Broker..11 PI, I CASH LAS MI aulcUy. 110 U live On premln. Itrw 10 .1 e.u.et Phone 234 W. C.nt.1 "*. Phone 2-353 13IouP 1012 Myrtle .o. 75. Anton for Sale

Onl. 11. 8300. or or farairare.Aetna end 2 25 We& C1rcl S-006S from 6 t 9 H.r. : PONTIAC WANTED-AU model In- Sanford. Florida.
P.D. .. 311 S. Oran**. MAN WANTED to ple: fur I eluding 1947. or Old. Dod** or FORD 1938 station BI MA S. EVANSOFFERS
tdcet tudor eedan. New motor.eood watoa.
PAT_ elrl nl U. B.I ze room and board work: aa(345 al DA WOI cmpl.t4 B ether lonial. .er. aUYn(3 W. Co tire*. 1401 Path Lake Av*. fnIOV-14 Road and C"ll Son' bike wiles calf
Pu made for- IDera ca.tke Bl Let Driv* Ph. 6344.
& sadtet Dole CASH tOANS Quickly on. atr.DRAGI& ?OR3 111; .1 DeLuxe ; ball I Insure 0
move pole from Uet. no* .1d.downpole. nit.r*. .ut and diamond O at.r.NIGHT neW a.n 1IYS 3 to choose from: 2-1946 ht "ne. ? LARGEST
On do ofthree. Co. MAN WANTED _Mlddle- WE NEED CARS to rent. W* tea 1.1 17S.. covered M.M SELECTION
maa can wol lande' Pa 31eu. Po. Winter 88566; new Jeep and a 1941 Yea per pear.
POI demonstratia) fill. .I Bide. Dial 2-3 .c preferred. Apply at Tr.morC.feU. 12 CHM.k own 192 pay 01 more for your car than ''Fi Co. Forrest City.v 4-door sedan. Pd right. Stsrllng- LOWEST PRICES
elprlle.S anyone the State of Florida. See
RESTAURANT *od. lar AA. WAits MADE f$1O U 63OO; rtriet PEST CONTROL operator; experience Orlo Vista:.phone 861. M. R. Coxe at Jsl-U-Drive-IU 142 roRQ-.mi 2-o. sedan la excellent All.nle- SOI J. Orange Lundquist Ins. Agency FINEST QUALITY

Orlando: location buat- prIvacy Family FV- N. Garland 8X. phone ; can MX Metcalf BId USED CARS AND TRUCKS
; lnle. essential: reply giving detail andsalary GROVE PRUNING Toune 234.NU '
.0 :
Saturday afternoon P. 2.t
t O.W P-
.. S.5-SOO cash. Writ I W. CentralAve. man Y *
Bones u .
box 384 76. IN
357 8. nPt t s.r.RIO consider room board .. ton ot Sunday.FORDl Trailers-Truck for Sale FLORIDA
owner. Box 8t.r. P. 18' enl- salary. Bus 38O ta.RIGEATOK ONE CAN PAyyonmor. for your WE: WILL NOT
Neabla.U car than R. 8. Evans. The world' 13. wdn: DI.kln..: ALUMINUM UNDERSOLD
aDO TOO denature ar-aIDoncr Pak1 MECHANIC- Largest Auto of good .ld tire; 1'5 6 East 1946 tandem TI-
City. Good D.wr.- ;
BRW-a 27-ft
Cnta Fod. reputation. 1 .auto C o Acceptance field..WPUV. a.t. with permanentappliance 1U antiquity or Its Spruce. : priced to sell: 1216

Ibis franchises.. A profitable opportunity Corporation. North Orne. Fast dealer in Orlando. fh sparklIng newnex Se* Ell wood FORD- 4 to choose from; 1946 B Orange Blossom Trail. Lot -1. LOANS LOANS
for vestment. friendly .. Ph. 7136. QUiets *t SODA DlPENSEEprlened. .p 5551 or write P.O. Box 2422. City. Evan a 400 N. Oran** Av*.phon l. coupe; 1941 2-or sedan LAS
# ply- Mo'Ph.ra. 4771 ; 1941 convertible 1930modelA AUTO CAR TRUCKS-Now available
Write Box -.-. Coco and Winter I gr. & coupe;
3T":1 elt her SHIPPING AND for civilian Also 1293I93 a.
.tor. use. ample
GET CASH In 5 for any sedsn. Priced StrlintAlexnder supply
RnA .f rent*, BILK AND WOOL finishers: 2. Salary purchasing aD eneral of- mk or model mlut delay or Motors rht. Orane of part Orlando Track and BORROW BY PHONE

ttr. tally equipped. car"Mda 4 DOT OP S who uk for a loan hr 137.50 per week. Quality DO fie work. Ph brsalnlnt. Drive ea.. state your price dial '871.FRD Welding Co. 1020 W. Church Dodge Sedan

12 0. Ca SuDay. 39 -*e on. P.na Finance Cleaning.Detand. F.. and well buy if if* worth the money.StrllneAlexnder 1942 4-door sedan. 2-20. CALL TJS-THEN SrI 19W 193J Plymouth 2-door Sedan
Prrfe&eldltol. Flit
S. Rm Phone 2-3148. 71. Airplane Sales A Service Motor M. BANTAM COUP
STATION Motor lit
House No. I. Mr. Robert E. SERVICE N-Elpen 10 Rubber 'TR117. -to. THE SAME HOUR FOR 1933 Pontiac Coupe
A.I fo K.Ue. ) enced la cmplt lnP .t.ton Or.ne. Phone 7B7>. 'o. &sell ( car today. AU ., dlt el .. 193S Plymouth
RESTAURANT block Orani QUICK CASH LOANS ERCOUPE-1946: 1 Ion since ar PAID for used R. 8. 60 W. Central. to any car. sal 2-door
worl S&t SPOT CASH your c.r.I UCe IU5. THE 1937 Ford
Pmur.10t. Convertible
Av*. Stilt 82MW takes vsrythlos. and auto IDa reference and salary 2-wsv radio. *t \ today See J. C. McKellsr. Your Packard d..1 l 4321 and ask for Joe Henney. 8 Evan. 60 W. Central. $50 t 1300 132 Chevrolet coupe

Owner leevln town. Tcfia* can be l. Family Loan C. SOI Florida expected ta own handwrltine. Ba Uv altimeter; h.D..re 83000 Dealer." 342 N. Orange Av*. Floss FORD 1937-Convertible run _ _ _ 1937 Packard Suburban

arranied..C.i Brn.m DIck Inc.netcawr1121.Tucker .- .Bd... a W. Ca l.n.e.Phon. 360 S-8tar. a.* "ulpp 9870." 180 f.t I 614.I $ .o..new S. tat Evan; a*.very 101 .o Clp. at DODGE 8550; College 1933 Park panel &r.;Station prIce, Tea! Get ..I alcly on year Bitn-

aT.UL Top In 2-?. aU metal: I 5296. A.1 for Vann. C.DUa phone 650..DDJIUl. tore .\or Furniture. Can today!
ta aU respect .on your own Phone her YOUNG MEN-Veterans. T* Install rdio l.epboD.*. Jut licensed. SUCCESS THE FIRST TIME FOR 1940-New tire paint H-ton pick-up; n.0S. $399 4
Income better than 813OO pr Florid .lrtF.. lit Stairway I- Telephone Central office equipment. IDtrment .ld e.k like 1..1 bargain *t.I.W. .o Not when you

Keasontblyr less.. .' c.dlt 2 P. Consideration In starting py liven new. hour. l type Ye*. gettIng top price for year et Used *. 101 N. Main. .. high class and clean pick-up. HarleyWadsworth. GFC LOAN 1942 Plymouth 14-dnor Sedan cx.tsiicabi -

..I 88(90. beul. r.- K. Or'ld for communications, .t&rolu orroecntmc 'chutes. 8895. 1. C. B Orlflth 2424 from R.-S. EvnWorld'* Largest FORD-1942 super deluxe sediAt 615 N. Orange. 8597.DODGE COMPANYII I ). Only 2 left. take year

R.ltor. a. CeDtl Arcade: 4237. 63. Mortgage Loans *! training S. W. 20th .. NI.m. 3. F.. D.le" tk.. only one trip to our eODdlton. By owner. Barney -1V ton trrk. 1946. Last Robin on Phone $ pick.
RESTAURANT for lal or rent: a Ace 18 to 26. Bind Some High AT-6 PLANE-Folly licensed for dayS S. yourself 1ue round .. D vacuum brake: Van ? $I 1935 Ford PIcV-Bf,

load proposition \the ritht party. HOME LOANS To bund purchase. School training. Must travel and night flying full initrumenl by ..today. I FORDS 9 : er Csmp. Old ADopts Road. T.11 193 Packard sedan
Electric : $
Call Western
neceatary. 1937
Airport for hour the tnhi' Packard
less than past Fairbanks Rd, Coup*
.t.unD. R. utllet01
refinance and Prompt D.DeJ .
a service.
too rpal. phone 88. for interview appoint Price SI.SOO. can b* seen DrIve in to any of our a Orlando ..
.I at
tec.. &t.k.ltlr ra.Municipal H. Brown" Rl."olbI8.t. omp"t plan plan m.D& at Florida airport.Alr.,. hangar- at the_ location or phon 111. FORD-1941 DLl. Tudor Orange sedan Av*;. FORD rOld10a- 14tn b. oUe.Ic.-up; .o

D house Orl.nd '47 tag
An winter : 899S. Harley
1."for. F. Park Federal ..In.moeL LoanASSBU PIPER CUB SALES and service. Im Wadiworth. S1SN.Orange; 442.FORI> 1941 WE NEED CARS!!! $499
197. H ton
Beer. YOUNG MAN Permanent. High delivery new cub FRANK REED -really snows how to ple.-p excellent
RTAUR- vra* dome 224 Park AT* Winter Park. medl.t tr.IDer
for nulck School Graduate. LarD Ice Cream cruisers. Cub get the high dollar for your car or FORD-1940 Tudor DeLuxe Id.D condition new Orlando Ills Btjlrk Ro Hm.ter
.10. .ree m nuf cturlne. 8" the bottom .upr. 8howlter Why all* at the very low price Furniture Co.. 141 W. Church. 1938 Plymouth
$ We help and super cruiser for equity. Cash in five Coup
!! Se BOUX LOANS- want to you r.n. mUt.
o.ne. .
: CDtralITAtU buy a horn or build a new one. for 530 weeklr. Laner 149 N. Orange Airpark. 2 mile east tel P.rk. *iv* .'em away? Glv I. cb.nc. In. Wadwor 615 N. Or FEDERAL-1939 tractor-truck; fully D't drive your old ra 1942 White Trucks. Have $
dome toed Veteran 82 201 N. Orange Blossom : : 851. equipped. 8695. 28 1939 Pontise sedan
W* will give > prompt Office Tr.Fhtlr. TaU 713. pra.u It Sell homeon
01 .enle us. go
Phone ">Pd. r&nbl P. hoar P durIng we. to EXPERIENCED ABSTRACTOR Wh up. SELL US YOUR CAl We pay high FORDII4.. convertible eoap. Low fist.lalr.Uer.. $ b. Nor I t 1938 BuIck sedan
12 Saturday Pint Peea Saviors know all phases of work & TWIN ENGINE oa Grumman cash prices. '. Used Car*. Priced for sale Die Casting Foul a train, and u the moneyto
RESTAURANT and wln Col- and Loan SOE. taxe and when title Widgeon; rtm. instrument. 550 N. Orange; 82.195. Harley Wadsworth613 N. dry. 123 W. Kaley: dial 2-1H38
oreS). Income ever nvPeek.Ixtnre A.tlo. Orll kn. 114. dl.161. Orange: 8597. FORD a new one this Spring.
Stock 11 Heri. Pin Orl.nlo. P I* eomDlet. or wrt Veteran .. Orlando Aviation. WE-need toed used cars. Drop by pick-up tk.1 bU
and UY. t. 321 West Palm Country Winter Park 863. FORD-1938 2-door deluxe: a nice condition tire*. $505
cash or Real Pt Stre& Cub. Ph 700 N. J. or call 5039 any evenine R& are paying top prices
12 t Cnl.1 one. Prophltt and SOO Clermont. Pin Island Lake. I

RETAIL. 375 FOOD N. BU8flZ85Bestiocation a23. I LAS O an term type; low of property rate; Immediate : Ion- THROUGHLY ins *rov* foreman EXPERIENCED,white. who work-1a 7% Automobiles for RentCAREA your home.for Wykytyl. Motors.. appraisal at' W. Central. Phone H.u.ht.. FEDERAL TOc-IOldltODe NOW. .Just drive in. see Charley 1938 1939 Chrvuler Pontiac 4-door Sedan Sedan

.IDm"D ** and .
"nt"da FORD-1940 85 4 door sedan. Black
: low rent. Definitely service. H.rIW O. Frrk 118 al t Keener and go home with 1938 Studebaker Sedan (new paint)
1da- ; with INC.-Hlsh trade to finish and mechanically T. 18 OOO. No. two peed
Orange 75. Autos for Sale D.molc 1941
N. .itu-- .rPr"tutl rbbr
.o I Willys
at 849OO pine .18 Wagon
ap- "e. .
r.e 1"e. and week or season toresponsible fast at 8895. R. Tractor. Looks and runs a pocket lull of 1938 Lincoln '
"II.t.l 87SO.Now over can make minor repairs to grove ppl.Call 2-1438. 5 W AUTOMOBILE AUCTION SALE-Every S. EnD. 101 W. Centa Dial 5296 like new. .ua right for 4 or 5 yard cUI 1Mw Zephyr 4-dnor Sedan
130 wetb net profit.'Owner. Box machinery. Must be sober and wish- Ltvmtston Vann.FORD dump. the price of enelne. excellent tires>
2.OO P.M. as 1540
Itar. MONET A V AIL for loan on In* to make permanent connection.Will D. U-DRIVL-IT-DnIve it Wednesday a truck at .sl a new truck of .. b.l. Orlando 191 Pontiae 2-door Sedan (as l*>
sell or Ford
well lo.te. Buttes and commercial start salary at 8125 per month ,ourll VANE rates; by mil or day. highest your lid.utomoble...1.rle.. t you want 1936 Tudor. Looks like Federal Truck Co 711 W.Robinson R. S. EVANS 1939 Ford sedan coup
U5TAURAXT5.-WO -Bits I..tmelt and furnish Must come Ave.
propre. houl. w.1 D. 234 W. and for
threw party some
'O.I. to buy. w* somebody a
V-Dln-I. Ie mo.1
Potter Ave. with locationClowe Herman Goodwin.1 In*.. Wa&D PhO&1. reommeld.. C.r..1..Orlando. Central Ave. 2-313. makes .including 1946 and 114 mo- wild cats In this one! Stomp downtood FEDERAL TRUCK-Immediate de LOT
for livery. Model auxilIarytransmission
Good demand 8185.
Broker. (77 M. HERTZ DRTV-UR-SELF SYSTEM els. motor. 55MA.
O.nu; dial 18SS MORTAGU on *U ty of Im World's largest auto rental system. model cars. Don mshrs sales. 155" 11.00/22 $695-

estate f.1 end Reasonable rate Driv a new car W* will be Ford 1933 sedan. Body excellent. tire. 4 to 6 ton. Qualified to handle Cor. Garland and Amelia
ROUTE No. l0R.. PILLING I ranch**. W. T. Cox. La Co".S1 66. Sale Help Wanted confidence also trucks for Auction Market Gainesville Florida. Good motor. 8225. peak loads with tandem ."el trailer. 1(34 CsdlTIs Convertible! Beds
STATION living dent for Conn. Ll. ID.r- Wit Orange Ave. Phone rl&. Phone SOO. Orlando Federal Truck Co. 711 W. Phone 21023COLONIAL engineS (new
lUartsrO-.lome< czcelient land for acre Co. 320 N. ).1 St. Pb 2-2274. AGE For selling and collecting I convertible Ford 1937 coupe. Neat clean Robinson An.GMC1942. 1918 Nash 4-door
1939 ; Sedan
truckIng Price reduced S1000 for Industrial Insurance JAX-U-DRXVE-IT INC.-Rent a ea BUICK- od.a pr- original paint. Good radio. Drive 1937
nick ..et McKelrer. debit in Cocoa. P. O. Box or jeep; low rates every car feet condition; low mileae 6x6. Excellent eOld1t01 Graham Super 4-dony Sedan
J. R. 33 E. Rob
E. Centrl.RTAU. &&tt.t REAL. ESTATE LAS -.Low. COt! 2089 Orlando rF..ppr 416 AmericanBide. tared. Service men welcom No red 2-293. _,_ Die..145. Smih. mie.. 1-f. flat 110 1938 1940 Chrysler 4-door Sedan
To buy. bl Phone 2-2177. 820 Call 142 BUICK 1940. specIal 51. Please See at St.U.Orange .ld c Nash 4-door Sedan
t.p. 2-34. MOTORS
Center of dePt 1937 Nash
The Tr.& lonial ._ sedan
buUd. business in otl .n .of.rpry. AVON PRDUC Inc.-Will train G.rl.ld phone 2-76. SUld.y; )old.y JEEP-First class thoroughly D.HOUSE .
1o.UOD appointment S891 Dp.rel& 111. .omea .n or more per hourrepresentlnc TRAILERS-Move yourself; rent a $293.a_.- eODdto.. TRAILER 2 f& Silver 1239 E. COLONIAL, DRIVE
c Orlldo. eI. .I Dome electric
btwn a m. and I P.m. our product Women luggage trailer from Cato Service BUICK-'39 COlp. Cn be seen at boat for sal*. Ph. ; rerl.n.tr. permanent .
now emploe need not apply. Writ Station corne Colonial and O.rl"d 233 E. 1-3 P.m._ 629.nIPI942Ford. Inn.nprD. b.nw .Dl. Fer D. $799
lTAURT-V.rD eplet Naomi Diliman. Phone Slth Stet. good rODdloD electric .ld do. I.. Wad
H&P 1..1 64. Help Wanted-Female .1.1. qu.Ufl.\o.. 2-81. BUICK-1841 convertible club coup. 1417 29th St.
n to )%. Good Ie.S950O. Br.d. OUN'S U-DRI-I. IC.-N.w ear AU equipped. Radio and 121 Oeel. JJ38 Packard 4-door Trunk Sedan
Harlow O. Fredrick lit J. BREAKFAST COOK white women BYSWANEDEal S2 hour! Sell for & RUI.ble dy. 1995 Evans Bargain Lot. cor. Oar- "iE. WILLYS 194 2-In excellent Mer- HOUSE TI194. 24'...National. ARM. 1(37 PontIac Convertible Sedan *t IllS Bottle 81750. W* have
Dial 8188. or man; experienced. Bar.U'* Bestaorant. Writ Mr. week or mOlth. evenings 'til land and Amelia. Call 2-1023. Opl : 1'0. excellent condition paint. top and et covers)
SERVICE STATION-And Oaraie; 496 N. Orsnte. Ward. Box 377. 9.00. 242 N. Or.lc. 2-4814. Sunday and evenings '1 B .m.BUICK ritt Pak Dr. "61. Sunny South Trailer Park. Lot 2B. available for Immediate delivery 1941 Studebaker Sedan
LINCOLN ZEPHYR 1938 4-door HOUSE 23'. at 1941 Hudson Sedan
corner location. On Main Hisbway. slid installment sales _.a. Luxury TRAIRII'tr..lo.
Uv on premise; CLOR. 191.4-01 New motor and transmisslon. sleeps will $ 1939 La S lie
business. With ad.etning COLORED GI car; very good proposition. 73. Auto Service .y special at sedan. & Convertible. Coop (new
s' I completely fur .o home. time off; Write box 386 8-Star. I R.lw. Evans. 101 W. Central. Body in perfect condition newly trade for late model car. DeBoer. lot top. saint and scat .sec.t- -'

rnCb with C. P. Shum health card; ; 205.CS MAN WANTED for Rawleith businessin AUTO SERVICE-One dy service on 199. 5296. see Y nn._ painted. A real bal.1 at 595. 146. Carolina Moon Tr.le Park. 1937 :

Ratr; 140 W. Orange; di WAN for rest of Warc Brevsrd County. Real Pontiscs or other cars palatine BUICK-1940 Rodmter sedan. Tor- R.and S.ask Evans.for Joe 60 W.C.I'ra.. dial 4321 HUSE-T"R1'. very clean. 4 door DDE pain and

i _2-3282._ _ _ _ ho.r. t telephone 2.1' We help you get *oPprt.Dly. body work. wheel balancing; slmonisInc. pedo body maroon finish. Looks 4. Price S8OO. cover Excellent condition a.t
SPECIALTY or anything else. Silver P.t.e. 894 MERCURY 1939; sedan; 2002 Indiana Ave. Winter Park.HOUSE $893
8WEN. nationally R..lel.h'. Dp& FAC-18O-O.. 22310.AUTO and run tood. 3-day .pl.1 4or 868)
cook Colonial
con COLORED GIRL wanted to and Memphis. Tenn.SALESMENTo. 6 W. R. S. Evns. 101 W. Phone good condition: 514 Indiana TRAILER 25 ft. Palace.

tractor builder, horn paint clean boas Hours 9 ajn.. until sell old line Legal REPAIR and Palnttn The 5296. see V.nn.BUICII4 Celtr Ave.. phone '45.OTORCEI91 Late 1946 model. All aluminum; 1(41 Chrysler 4-door Sedan

and b.rd..r(tore*. U.Uu.1 ow.er *. .-3.m. Call 8943. Reserve Hospital Insurance la Buckeye Garage formerly the Lone ) Harley David beautiful interior. Sell or exchangefor PLYOU 1937 1940 Chevrolet Club Convertible
Strl.h& commission. &l Star Oarage. 1417 .W. Grand AT*. ld.D. maon overhaul job. late and larger BOdeL J. E. 4 door cr Ispenfnct 1941 Pontiac Sedsn
1" M.n.e. COLORED MAID reliable: no cook- territory. Car 1f o.le 1941
new Ford
Be. Comm- D.ID& Sedan Robinson and Orange Blossom Trail now openfor new perfect condition. Can b* vVhlte. condition
1 A. log: apply'between 10 end 4. 103 sion daily. & by of tire run Uttle oe Perfect tre. M.oote. F. 140 Ford 4-door Sodas
m.n..m.nt."UTO between
E. Church St. writ D. M. Treece. Uer. Reserve tmlln. unt.r new one owner. 11.0. I R seen 111 Sprinxdale Road HOUSE TRAILERS-Distress sale; $9 1M1 Nash J-door sedan
Life Insurance WRECKER SERVICE-Heavy I.p. 9 a .and 8 .Saturdayand covered 19 ft.
SERVC OtTION-Lllng Co S22 West Adam City. Wsgon. ; .h.p 1940 Plymouth Station
H.lle. F. .o Wtn
.ur CURB GIRL-Must b* 21 or New equipment. Sunday.iai .
3ta-yar lease. o.r Street. Rm. 45. Jacksonville. Florida. G metal sides brakes sleeps 1940
6 moer Model "SI" Original le
6580. call after 11 a.m. at Fern B.rl .ny.her. Winter B C 1941 1942 coupe. Original sold for Finance Company said PYMOU
SALESMAN with clutch Cub 125. 4 door .
2421 S. Null. previous steen finish new appreciate
e"prl 115\ 17 R. Bowers. Hr.t.r. &
t1. D.I. t.ODe blue shiny -sale for 8. Or-
el. and the ability to sell r.b < .. radio excellent Tl WID.en 333 thi fin csr.
TOURIST COURTS wife second cook Col. G.r..e. WIntr tr.. car ID a .a.c.for 3 ante Blossom .
-Two nle* loca CtW& ; .Ible.calling on business and pro condition. $ best offer. Phone .. $999
tions. Close In; mats hlchway. plen ; S month at .slona men in Orange County. Un ALIGNMENT Free inspection. County lt17-M-1 j..I. B.c.1. price 81495.4771.R. S. HOUSE TRAILERS-Plymouth. 23 ft.. 11.0CRYSL
r ty of room for expansion. Priced below Northern club. Ph. 2-2657. III&d writ box 361 Prompt repair by e"pr mech- .0 Or.n.e. large and roomy: electric brake 1(41 leash 4-door Sodas
S18.000 with t. I. Potter .rD. aDieu. A one-stop lnle. Good- MOTORCYCLE-Harley Davidson. 74 Price reduced 130. Going norl 1939 140 Buick 4-door Sedan
with Herman CASHIER WANTED Are 1 or oven 8St.r. year' Service 300 Orange Ave O.H.V.; perfect condition; accessories. 21st. Miss block e. 4 door condition. 141 PontIac 4-door Sedan
677 N. dial 9855. Br.e. 4 bra. per .nnl.. Wod.y thruThursday. SALESMEN-And S.I..I.dl. Dede CHEVROLET-1025 Coupe; Shut the** After 5 P m. weekday; 12 noon. Clay J.r Ave wrath 11..lel&5 1940 Buick 4-door Sedan
O.n. 368 to represent the J. 1DY-WORKd-IDtD.; door. Richard and listen to Smith. St F.lrb.IU' $1
S-ta. Saturday day. Sunday. Vir- 1941
COURT 5 408 Wrt 2 ; side. Chevrolet DeLax Sedsn
TA acres. ft. nationally known product. Contact Rml. He STS. hog killin good motor. a.
Orani* 'Blossom Trail CASHILR CLERK-Good pay. permanent Fr.nl O'Neal. 311 Orlando An.NATONA 808 W. Central. new tire. $l2S.** Chevrolet- 1938 I urns Dr"e.JERCV194 HOUSE TRAILER-P.rtly famlae 1942 Ford 4-dnor Sedsn
best of location; completely equipped _lloD Bee Mr. TnDel good trey sedan coupe. 1941 Lincoln Zephyr Sedan
; AUTO or Su- coupe looks stomp down coed tires; for 8400.
organization hat
'with modern concrete houser furnished 330 N. Orange "n. salesman. opnln. RAID. DI.l. W. motor. 8325. .o.. Smith 33 E Rob yourself la I&Ph Princeton on RmoOrande_ Avenue. 1941 Dodge Sedan

: electric kitchen; basement built CURB GIRL-Night .orl For Information Central. meh.IC. R.I. inson. 21937. ___ ft. 1946 DODGE 142 Dodte Sedan
m.1 preferred. Only (100 a week HOUSE TRAILER-Vsgsbond. 21 ; 1940 Bnlck
utility 4-door
.llt. Priced r.M to lU. apply Sta LDeh 114 N.Orante men Openings available in MOTORCYCLES 1946 4. W. J. Palm Trailer Sedan
with Jim M. Blossom .ated PAINTING and Body Work. Ipnr .Iep. Sima 1941 BuIck 4-door Sedan
a Ale .."Realtor. * BOUSEWORKER- with
: 2-O786. GEE Write giving full b.ckrouDd at reasonable price Central Florldss equipped HOUSE refrltera- 140 Ford Sedan
no references: 3804. Criasdo.: Rutted construction throughout.Sales TILEI.drl
I.und only enamel paIntoven Chrysler
TOURIST SITE- Tot health D" good i b.ke & price 249. R S. Evsus. 60 ton br.k. blld. PICKUP TRUCK 3-door Sedan
CUT e.r i out SALESMAN-To sell eood Al U.I Paint Body CADILLAC 1947 62 sedanette. new of new wl 1940 Dodge Sedan
63 s 600. masonry wages: .pn1. Aut & W. Phone 4321. lot eo& .pe. .
air .
70 to dealer Lart Distributor Shop. 3OOO N r n; 8OOO. hdr.m.Uc raio. cDdltODe. C.nt.1 t.l.lots on Phone 140 Chrysler 4-door Sedan
ditional construction lot available.: with porch; .d GEE OFFICE WORKER for lo with trade now established. AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Experienced etc. Stlkul bile. R MERCURYS 2 to choose from: HOUSE TRAILER-Late American 1941 Lincoln Zephyr
PD .n distributor; typingand Coyer Georgia and Florida. Very good I W. Central. 1941 sedan and 1941 convertible 116. 1948 Italian Imported
Amusing .holr.l. mechanic; prompt service: E. t-or ; 26 It- Dollys. cord; Practically new. 4.500 miles. FJat
l.tl. Pr some necessary five opportunity for the rightman.. Must I roupe. Priced right .- 10 1541 Buick
Sanford from .honb.ld. boil stock accessories and St.rln.AI..ndrr new radio: silver 8updoo Sedas<
PtuUUnHoar*.eO.; Hlthway tu.ullctoD 1 letter t Post have had cither retail or whole.alesporting I Urea. D. par.. 234 W. Central Not 301 M. ware. L I rh.I.Giles, Orlando TrUer <4-ton. D-ft steel body 16x900 1941 Chevrolet Coup
D Pm' .
dial 7878. 1941
Oln. 1" 52.BOUBIER goods sales experience in- ; 2-3153. CADILLAC-16. good condition; newtires Park. tractor Plymouth Club COUP
resort note eluding fishing tackle guns and am top; paint. MODEL A ROADSTER and Model A grip tires. Has four 141 Pontiac l-door Sedan
-T COURT a AUTO WRECKER Phone 2-3741 for .o meh.DIm HOUSE TRAILER New 20ft.lalerpe
ioLBu'Hn munition. Hardware experience would condl'iJon. Bee 142 Doflse Sedan
.1. Ironlne. clean BOB W. Best offer Oe 17. 135 l sedan. Both la good 4; for quick sale only 6875; speeds forward, also front
AT any
Orani and emergency. 141
b desirable. Write Cea Ford
fully educational .lt. Sedan <
lne. cookine. Summers .IYI. St.. Mt. .. Roy Dixie Sale A Service Nave three)
teal AveWinter Park. 2
Nor F. Indiana
trance house on now 2 met and Y. 3rol generous tm. of. Ba 21 8&1. 25 years and to basll." b.clrOlnd. Age Wrecker" Service.1*"Orl.ldo' CRYSU -1942 "Windsor" edn. and ;South. I blocks west of Clay St. wheel drive, also extra low reduction 1JJ 141? Ford Forts 2-door Super DLuxe P-dsn Bedn

for eulck ..1.. Term A. C Ool pc KHK Bolord Experi Iot. Box 3'6.SPECALT 35. EDeo.mU .I.P AUMOBIB and p.lntnl ..o meeh.ne.1.condi week 1939 4-door Nash .sedan.. Justoverhauled New HOUSE TAILEk.r; 3 rooms: I gear. Has power 142 Nash 4-door Sodas
Broker. 1121 N. Orlando A.. (Near ene. to tion. Will 11015 by .enC 27-ft4 phone 142 Oldsmobile Town
underpMi Winter Open $ Cofe Shop. 407 W. Central SALESMAN experi coven.ork.our .ork 'l.r.nld B.t only. R. S. Evans. Central. paint: prf.e ndlUOD$800. Call 2-1393. iormaUoD winch on trailer hitchin 1942 Plymouth Sedan Sedan
P.rI front
) .pd.y.
Our regular men Winteit
da,. *STILL ne.e..n. Station and Garland. Phone5296 and .I for V.ID
average than 8100 for 30 hour eo.er HOWARD HOUSE For
PRANCR1SE-Her* 1* a Master LAUNDRESS-CLEANING WOMN; 3 week contacting and professional Phone 2-0881. C1tEVROLET-32; good I dor sedan. NASH 1946600" 4-door ld.D possession March TAI Moving rear. I 1 truly a power
service station with accessories days a week; 85 per day 616 men with la.le. and wheel practically new tires. battery. T.: Radio and cllmattzer. seat c"er sell 10h home. Will go anywhere in
tire frhl. 2OO-car iterate; 15.0OO Smlol Dr.. Winter Park Sun. ..ftemon. 824.75. G.b.rdlnesII15.Toplc.1 AUBRAK. I-.y JOB Wheel Reasonable. 2606 Keystone Dr.CHEVROLET sparkling '.1 finish. You can own mu&f. thl. lovely Interior, fully wagon $1099
.lo.all Storage tanks; large at 11 a m.pl.lttuL o .Ap yoa ln" C. A.Prange 1946-4-door. two-toned this 1946 ".1 for 81695. Cash trade carpeted electric rer..r.tol. innersprine sad or mud. We have no further -

.rI.b.rll.; established over MAID-Full tIme live oa premise p m. oni,. R. J Kon.d Fort GatHn Sons. 1010 W. Church. Color. 81795. Martins Used C.r. or financed. R. S. Enl. 400 N. Or- fine need for and it 1(41 OMsmobllp 4-door' rTrdramstla

I down-town lo preferably. PaI 145 Park Hotel. Room BODY and fender work. also paint- 101 N. Main. 8409.CHEROLS .___ range call. 4771 and ul for. "Jam innersprine sofa bed coed tire and I I a Sedan
U e.tl Ion term lease: Predrick. Ave. North Ph. SMASHING SELLER from Blackman.NASH194l ___ ready t* roll. Hero I real luxury! good u new. I941 Plymouth Club Crape
.. -Bt* cash daily. ine. you are going to have it -4 to choose :
r 113 N. Or- children's Only complete 4-door Ambassador; 1 Com It you most tratlerounilvable 1941 Chevrolet Town Sedan (Ifra>
OPETORI dresses; History of World done us do It or we both sedan: 1942 2-door I
(188. .I owner only A-I; radio overdrive; wnt better. paint and e.st
D Wr II. lose .0mehID. cwvent
pay; no Saturday Giant Memorial money. Johnnie's Shop. dan; 1940 sedan; 1940
't-f TOURIST COURT On"Orange or Sunday work. Factory experience Sells on sight. Hal for d.t.l.eltll 324 W. Pine with Orlando Welding Priced 2-01 8taln..Aln.nde ceuJ.Wo owner going oveneas; 419 N. Shine. Bargain hunter de.ler CALL 7940Or 1941. Chevrolet DeLax Sedan tEaTS
I, Blaaism T& _*th Street. Quest only. Dora Manufaeturine Co.. outfit. Arch COL Phone tors. rlt.. NASH Id.l; 8125 for my save yourself & trP. L.ted at three*
102 2-23. 41.1 131 .
TI kous Completely 64 Pa. 51 Ounl. equity. seen at 1509 E.Jeflereon. 26OO Via Tu..ny. one 1(40 Chrysler 8dn
b turuie e* .. &.I of a business. 1. Pn. Phi. BODY AN FNDE rrp.lril and CADILLAC 62-1941 4 dor sedan. b mile ... Hotel. Phone S It At 141 DeSot 4-dnor Sedan
r 01.wha sale. NES. institutional work; elpn ATNON .OBBES-WHOLEA &tm.tr.I.dll .Inn. Radio and he.te. personal Orlando. 2-3882 on week dsys. 111 8. AVE. 141 Plymouth Sedan
.llk I.Olel I In mental and SatIsfaction advance OLDSMOBILE-1940 "W* convertible BUY
ne"o.dl .olr V.me. car. low mllesie. Also taking 141 Plymouth Deluxe
L T. U HOUSE Schultz Coup
511 a&. 1_.. de.1. order Writ P.O. Box e Items. Combs sun 'I.s. no 234 W. Central Ave. Phone 2-315. order for 1947 model c.r. Delivery coupe. Excellent rubber mechanically good TAIL must 21-It. cheap;;; 141 PontIac 4-door Sedan

0. SALLIE between age* of 1 ton. nonlte.. etc.. 1. .mnl CAR WASHING and polishing by ap 30 dyon most popular .. Paul pret. Equipped with r.dlo Winter cndltll Garden Rd. to I 1943 PontIac 2-door Sodas
I rTTLE HARLEM Restaurant for & price sportllght. 3-day specialat K.rOmo&
to Information L... YOU Call B J Service Dryander. The Little Village. S. Orance blocks, turn
I'S 5 el only. Beer and wine fine of S. H. Knees,ft Co. or call for .list. Display Bpectalt I plDteD. Boon & Blossom Trail.CADILLAC. 81.095. R. S. Evn 101 W. Cea- oekft- r.b&fll -
Stock fixture ID.uar- Co.. Inc. 1227 N. Orange : St.to. J.ck.D tral. Dial 5296 and ask for Vann. t.o. QUA CARS
SEWING MACHINE Orl.ndo like 40 Ford convertible -
week Phone 22281A a. ; HOUSE TRAILER -Alrstreni Johnny
over 'MX> "r OPETOR CONETBLTPSHlni 1939: 4-door >
health ratine *4%. Owner leaving .rl.n and l.srlelced ; 39 Ford convertible: 41 PLYMOU. good tire*Hdn., Dean sleep four, electricity, city .40 PONTIAC -V $1199

State must sell at one. Don't mIss P.. w.re.40h. wek er*. Wel Auto Trim Shop. 641 Lex- Mercury convertible; also a good for selection mechanically. cover Oltn'a Used Car .o water ..te tank pressure pump. 2 door *ed... Radio A very nice 141
this barialn-. Ay Box 353 SStar.STLNQORAPRERMinor. of cheap cars. The reason .14 stove. ele... Price ODiY 889S. Chevrolet Coop
0 thre brDe car.
Centrl Appka thepersonal N. 0rlnd. 141
buying a car from Robson I 2-347. 5-pesaenier Club
office WInter
on Ehellubrlctlon I* 5.
8 ow. a Each buys 151 Mb.a Coup
; shorthand and typing; 8-day scientific .el.&loa. car PLYMOUTH 139or; .o tre 42 DODGE
LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY for lubr..UODE"e" he No commission no city clean 4 door sedsn. Lot of 142 Studebaker 4-door Sodas
week. 40 hours only. cl. Vod c.r transportation.
nook and M.rt.
WKLDCCO AND BOILER 8IRWB write P. O. Box prm.lel&. high type man to travel Florida C.any" ou 10 high ra&He guaranteesvTery 101 N. Msln. HOSE TIII. ft..; eood buy Ins. 193 Cadillac Track Sedan
BUle. Doctor bas order own calling on wholesalers. Good car or &rc. Is tOlched. Smooth running ear to .. money back. b. at 909 28th 142 Chevrolet Coupe
er .. Pun STENOGRAPHER S-day. 40-hour lished business ran be e.t.b mechanical p.rt assured you. Eolly-Robson Motors.o 2120 8. Orange PYMOUT-134. sedan; good look- Street. 42 BUICK SUPER 1(41 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan (Have

"alpmeD&Considerable material on week: Setbels Bruce and Company veloped Into 11 .0.0 Job in one de to Safe response h.n"ore Blossom Trail. good motor; 1947 LUGGAGE TRAILER-In good con Radio and heater. New SEDAE five*
shopon W. Robinson.. ph. 8156. two and make l.". '195. East Spruce. mor. 1.40.
h..d. Ln. clean eoneenlent managers; 2 years by .Inrre. hard worker. pl.c..n drl"l. 4-door Royal se ( dition. ''5. 6010 Cheney Highway. 1942-Dodte Beds
rental bants. Price 3500. SECRETARY for law oWc Car essential. Write fully .ld pleasure. Great CYSLRII4. : two heater PACKARD 1937 Coupe. New motor Pour PalmsTouristHome._ 41 CADILLAC "63" SEDA 141 Oldsmobile 4-dnor Sdn
About 12500 cash required &handle. ficient In short hsnd z ynl first letter. We gland abut Sutlen Stores. 692 N. Orange; dial 81250. Jimmy- Package excellent tires sealed-beama. Hydxamatle; Radio A 141 Oldnmoblle Club Sedan
McNutt-Heasley. Realtor 15 W. spelline. Not over 40. 809 Metcalf l"eu..Uol. Box 381 S-Star. 2-188. Store. Ph 2-9 radio. 8395. Evan'a Bargain Lot. cor. REO- t'. .one ton; 12 ft. panel; really nice er..n 141 Plymouth Sedan
Washinctoa Phone S1O6. Bide. OUTSTANDING SERVICE facilities Garland and Amelia. Call 2-1023. Monday at 1203 W. 141 Pontise Sedan
& and personnel. Don't let your truck CADILLAC-1939 "61" 4 door *ednA open Sunday and evenings 'til S p.m. Robinson Ave- phone 5120.ftEO194i '42 FORD SEDAN 1(42 PontIac station Crape Wagon

FOR rent: food nanufac- BEAMSTRESS-.Muat All alteration Desire be npreDced or car stand idle for lack of needed very clean automobile with good FLYMOUTHS 4 to choose from: Super Deluxe. 81.195.

U: established Cleaners. 234 repslrs. AU work guaranteed. We rubber and or1.1.1 bl.rl finish 8995this 2-1941 4-door sedans; 1941 club shape; good : r l..r CADILLAC fLEETWOOD
.nUlt 101 W.
Mflllmtt 4 dIstribution _. Ibl. .Ioymelt.. Str.ml. will finance repairs. See today. Orlando week oiIY. Ie. coupe; 1940 sedsn. Priced Monday at 103 4
partner North- Canto S.th at 67. Employment Agencies FederalTruck Co, 711 W. Central phone 5296 ask for ritht. 2-or Motor SOI phone IU9.TRAIE T p.D.e sedan radio and heater $1292

bought for-"u ii.4757 STENORAH. by company in Robinson Ave.TRUCJSTRAILER. Vu." N. St.rID.-Alu.Dle. New. Star aluminum. 1. t." way

fo .U. f.B.rt... P... Applc.D& mast. .b BROWNS bYN AGENCY REPAIRS-.Brake CHEVROL-IJ 2 door edn. 4 1937. 4-door DeLuxe: sleep 4. used 2 months.Reasonable. .42 CHEVROLET 149 Chrysler 4-door Sedan

BT OWNER-5 acres and horn on typing and able to do detail office And you want service; trm.work; body rebuildIng .ew U. motor. Yours PLYOU. h..ter extra good condition; VoceL Little Village I door town sedsn. R.dlo Extra I42 Balrk 4-dnor Sedan
highway 17-92 betweenOrlando work. State experience and give work com &515 W. CentraL you ; rebuilding; painting: for only you hurry. a S. 8625. L &, Bear Lake. Trailer Park. SOrante Bios. TraiL clean ear. 11.71 1941 Balrk nub Coup

aD"lf.4"Just right spot for eb reference a* to eh.r.cer and ability. want help. c.1 6326. t time steam elr.Dn; .welding.. our .Evan for 101 V.nn.CJVROL W.. Central- Dial PACKARD 1941. 110. 2-door sedan:, TRAILERS 1941 New Mon 27'tandem '42 CHRYSLERNew 1(41 (Bulrk New Convertible Club Coup
or Box 339 COLLINS O M C. Truck .I complete with refrigerator top sOd pmt)
tr r.m. bu.lne. SERVICE radio I : seed condition. Owner. 2123
acatie Ita. JLYMEN and Miller Trailer Distributors deUvery. Terser Fluid Drive. 142 Chevrolet Aero Sedan
9 clean and ; General 1941 Sedan and bottle Interior L J
taodern hnntalow .n l.th while WOW 18 to 45 years of ..aDt, ers. Relt&ry. StDor.pbtYPlt. Truck A Equipment Co.. 2319 .h.p.- to sell.Martin's West South Street. finished In beech and birch gas. A trailer .t. 1.70. 1941 Chevrolet Club ConvertIble
rour business. ) 2 screened cafeteria _Il. dome.t McRae; dial 9809. Used 101 N. ; PONTIAC 2-or sedan. Body Coupe New top
lall. perience to Easy i hlp. C.1 6 W. 1.1 like this is not often offered for 41 PONTIAC -5"
.1& & Curch St and Good rnnnini 141 Chrysler Club Coupe
ce .I..tr.d: polished painted .1. learn. Six days .e.l. Uniform PARKE EPY"EN SERVICED EXPERT mechanical work. body and 840 motor. Brand pre.t Ure. Try to beat sale Al. 1946 Amer".D. 25 .e. ConvertIble cUP. Radio and beater 1(42 Stadebker President Sedan
patntinc. Our work all sedan. One In 25'; 1946
CHEVROLET 1940 2 door ;
nished. Ideal conditions.Apply .u.ranld. this value at R. S. Evan*. De.mbr 142 r>od .
Beartne eitru tree*. ... Worth t YOI need help Oslo's Service Russ 195. 6 27tandem Ilk new. 1.6 Sedan
money ute. Apply' 1st house west T.mOr Caetri S W. CentraL 2-121 32 E Pe. nial and St.ton. :-81.Colo Monroe.owner. 1385 1't Stre&. Joe W. Cetr.l. 41.1 and ask ro bit ..n.Hoa.O this one: 1946 Trivela. '42 CADILLAC -8' SPECIAL 141 1941 Ford Ford Convertible Coup

of .h.bwa .. paved Looawoodread. 25' old; Streunlite 18' Rdio. Low mileate. Station Wagon
Sunoco atUoa,or WAITRESS-Weevend night work; 69. Work WantedFemaleBOOKKEEpER 731. Auto CHEVROLET 1941 Club Coupe. PLYMOUTH-1946 Club priced hv a hete. hydr.latc. 1941 OldsmobIle Cmmctlbl Coup*
.flt.Bt.2. B 190 .. phone 2-1223. Perkle's Grin. 1714 Parts-Accessories ee.D privately owned. See Sunday rey finish. Radio. COlp..Acu.l P.r 16 rllh. We.1 a small Shul 1941 Plymouth Convertible Gab

,MECHANICALLY N. Orange Ave Aecalt.l&Auditor MOTOR-$23. 6010 Cheney 1302 J Robinson. 81-. mileage 44)00 miles. Cash payment will blY 16. tr.le. dt.a Cash '39 PONTIAC ".SEDA" Coop
lE- HIghway. 050. financed for 81895. R. S. Evans. 4OO Extra nic 142 Pontiac 4-door Sedan
confidential .WOMAN to cr for three children E"preDc a.n set of Four Palms Tourist Home. or term on .11 trailer lot. 1'
the business that you mlh' dllo for one $30. Reference reBlred. t keD at home. Box 363 CHEVROLET-1940 4-door Super DeLuxe N. Orange. cn 4771 and ask for Jim Young's S.lra Come Orange 1(42 PontIac Sedan
log for. C. Steele. Sine lot. 807 Palmer I St.. phone S-Star. RADIO. 1942 Zenith Hudson; RadIo : A-I condition; must sacrifice: Blackman. Blossom Trail *t Ave. These. cars sold YU a 30 day gourantee. -

1928. Dial Peot Central. COMPANION Educated of Tomorrow..Excellent condition; I C28 Washington Ave. Eustls. Fla. PLYMOUTH coach '
2.108. West WAITRESSES Also : Christian phone 2-6951. 1937 or1.lna TUCK Curolet 1942 1 /,-&
ARE TOO INTERESTED In sandwich girl: apply office of woman. Can driv*. Peer travel or Phone 2Re.CHIROL paint; new Goodrich tire; ; .; dual .hel
a Maybe bytD o Crory' N. evenlnt no Nor la Summe. Co. TE election of all die 1937-Coupe. motor and ly driven (lac* new. ; 1109 W. Harvard. tires; new paint job: & $1399
HU. Oeorve be. Asher work. Good pay short hour .n ri 1911-M-3. B J Service corner &Ir. errlea& condition; new pa& .o. (1395: ..ItOi.Dodge tr"k. J. C. McKELLAR. INC.'Yos.r i 1(42 Packard
: Pa&e wh Boone and Jackson. 1942 motor will seU Packard Dealer Clipper 4-door
.t. Realtor. 70 1-O786. CMPANION-Nur. art.n. Mid- phone 2-195. PLYMOUTH 1932 2-door sedan. ; II zb.P .1 I Sdanmi
342 N.
ifcnJTEY trade for Orange Ate rnon 8147
t YOU ARE looking for"< sroctrr dle..e. ch.ra'efficient. Avail- CHEVROLET-1941 2-door coach. G. &le. and motor. Look rough. p..nee. CStl cash or British AustIn S 8 dan
Beauty el.ndle. Box :279 B" 367 S-Star Very nice cr for 199. HarleyWadsworth. EV.I' Bargain Lot. cor. Garland ; ter. 7087. 1(42 Chrysler Royal Sedan

".rl..Ir. r..rn&h.rd..r., AMAZING OFFER-Sta.We pay you 825 IOekeeperj TIRES Eight new 750x15. tr. 615 N. O. 8597._ Amrlt. Can 2-1023. OpenSunday. : BOUGHT-home here offering new 1942 DrSota 2-door Sedan -
I. .
t* Sp..I. Whitney Spleeel for selling SO boxes greetIng edge of nursing. tubes and n.p.IS e.ch H.h. CHEVROLET 1942 2-door twdan.New 'til 6 p.m. Trot.G trailer haled from fac 1(42 DeSot 4-door Sedan

Realty Co.. 'M ..u.lf Bide. 2-3269. Sell for 81-your profit up to e.rda SOc. References. 21 B elprenee.St PhoD Equipment CO. 1016 W. paint. eood mechanically. PLYMOIJTB-1542 4-door DL. ber Sleeps 4. electric brake TRUCKS
end everyday esrd.g. 7522. Church Stand Used Car 142 sedan: good Factory price 1500. plus delivery
AIM sift
OPPORTUNTTT wrappints Ur
For eiDertenced Olo' J. O.rlld eondUon.o
My price for quick sale S130O.
Radio heater .
erne* stsiion man: and not afraid and stationery. COt .otil. COMPANION nurse. to travel I IWEC Flaphone S.d.r. O.llad i .0.. Trailer City.
of work flllm station located at to try. Writ. for .. 0 and *lv* physiotherapy treatment CHEVROLET coach: radio. New II E.I.. WltrG.rdrl. $1439

hlhway on East at proval today;M.n&70 William St- Box 352 Sta. I paint: 8950. at 211 N. Beet PONTIAC.-1938. A-l eOldlU.low P. CHEVROLETS 1942
present .ubluM.ntl reduce e.t aminimum. Dept. 41. .. N. J. HOUSE WORKMothen. CN- 2 bmr 2 rail S mileage clean. Sell or for TARII4. custom. 2 ft.; bu- 1941 Mercury Station WavnOik

...It wlU pay you ORLANDO CHURCH Is acceptingapplicatiopa In high school. Full 2 children 1IDrh. complet 2-10. later model. Pb 239-W. Winter Park. aOe size bd window Completely rebuilt from tem to new*
to check this .*. C. B. Devi Realt0l.l04LJeffiso. for soloist. Reply Box N D.W.. 2820 S. Kuhl or part tune wIn table. booms I. CRl! Plnrlbl. cub I 1419 Gene I. I and wnrns: like ; 115 5. stern. One with duals sod on* m< British Austin 4-d .. 8-1S49. 364 8-Star. A. can b swiveled. Holmes 1193. eoalUoB lW t.. Paul E. Dryander. The Utile Village tingle. If need truck 1>42 Ford Converttblo- Club Coup*
New tag and you too
LDY-D.lr. light housework Holler 113 W. 'I. .top; for ** $755. )OD PNTCUJ COUI. B. Orange Blossom ilonks and drive like a '4*.
WAHTE3 TO BUT-Oood druc tore. Reference I CnrJ CDUaCAR .t McKsy Bros. Gsrsge. 4674. first 8145. Tr.I bv and see these- No reasonable
hardware store good erocery. dry 65 Help Wanted-Male 8-8tar. f.ml. Box 1940 8 Evn 101 W. Central. NEW 1947 ALL Aluminum Trie. offer refused. exceptionally clean turnout)

cleanlne toed furniture (tor*. RADIOS-Just received lne CHEVROLET- 2-01. .e.D; 5296. see V.nn.PLYMOU11. are arriving dally. W*
oakery. P.I& p. Bryan. Business BARBER-Guarantee. steady Job: NURSE=Praetical: houaekeoap- shipment of Pbeo Cn Ia radio he.te new ; .ld trailers la trade *t once; up .
C.r.. 8. Court Orange apply to Leo'* Barber Shop. T able adults. Box 369 I.Ue while B J Serv 19 low mle..e; giving good serv 4-door sedan. Like month to finance bslsnce. I
8Sta. 70 w.lt .
Four good tire
gotei Lobby; phone '8 Wet Church St. I St.Uo. and Jack- Ic ph 2791.CHVROL1934. lew & Private owner. 400 .. months free rent with every trailer I AMPHIBIOUS DUCK $1500 and Over
TJNUSUAL.- OPPORTUNITY to start iMAOE& een, PCC NEP J31. any. ion cup town new;tire*. a.r." ., phone 9113. m In old severs during! trailers.this sale.Central Big sscrifire Florida'slargest I 1 Use en land and water. Newly rej j I[I 144 Ford Convertible Club Coup

nl own bUln. investment be. ARM Jeep p.n serv' .1 1937 4-door tood tires Trailer conditioned. Look U over and make 2945 Pasts 4-door Sedan
.f Y benefit live bid. 1228 W. 22nd; ph. YOU ; ; Sales. Sunny South
employ :
t ity hl.hel 2-255.
: Brother
10. materIaL e.prll. I G.r..phone but wen worth 8449. Trailer Park Sale and 1216 an offer. 1942- Chrysler New Yorter 4-door
nationiny .D and sold to home ate and salary desired: Ba 35 PRACTICAL NURSE ': 4674. CHEVROLET 1941. 401 new motor This Itt.roaeb. Mrttn'c.Used S. Blossom l"le. 1944 Ca .w cDtrctn builders PaInt 8t.r.' open for .n..le.t hprDe.j : 4 new tires: b seen at 45 101 N. Main.8409.PLYMOUTH C.r Or. Tr.l. 142 Buick Scdsnetts
for Phone o.h& ,.. K- Evans A"e.CROL. F -K-R bas br.ld new house
Exclusive CREF STEWARD wanted year- 1(42 Buick Sedan rbeaotif
ar. t.rl 2-251. AatTrPVaD&d PL 4-door I WHITE 1942 manes
tories commercial CoffeeShopDinint YKOU13' ld..B .81.873; 1/3 down
round 1939 Tudor finish
; cl.a8
by letter CI.\ltOR hoe TPIT. GENERAL OFFICE Work: o.a and 2 years for the Lane selection very tbruon'i
and Room Must Insurance AUTO WANNe 1940 mod ; privately & .. B.e Ja... b.I..e. Large flat bed. Front wheel drive 142 Bulrk Convertible Special Coup
arrsnted. Box 388 SStar.WlAEUSINSiThow.. e"pnD receptionist _. 1939 4-door sedan.cleun. : of used ** tow 500.
know type business thoroughly ed phone 6972.DESOTO tal4 1941 Cadillac -81" Sedan
tb ; companion; .il ely i Low mileage. $199.INTERNATIONAL.
: Wby pay rent N. Orange Blossom
drvn Prophltt and SOO
Town. and excellent all-round cook business Box ltUe hOIfu furd. Yon e. moy -1946 convertible coupe; H.ucht. I 142 Cadillac Sedan
14' for _pl.. for alb executive ability and eood refer .0m.1 8r. 1425 per month radio. Many cm' W. Central. Ph. 4853. I 141 CadIllac Srdnett
sent Zoe IIU a* to dependability. Coloredor RELIABLE-Christian woman e. on Call Mathcws. e"ue B..tu 1944
1 morc.c. W. King &. PACKARD 110. convertible Chevrolet Style Mailer Sedan
besides & 1315.. white. Job at end this for home of folks going North for 206 2 T.1WGY 1937i
owners : It'. &b fl1 N.ID 7811. club coupe. Brand Dew top el.1 1944 Plymouth Club Coupe
anipletely .u'ren.. Florida month. SUf. S 346 8ta. : DETol96 S-psssenser c.1 lent mechanically. Nice trey MOTORS 142 Packard Clipper Krda
lent c 130 tape? Not en flll.h i
ditlon. n Writ W. W. Paw. 6UAmurtlne. RESPONSIBLE Woman "U I "nn. S 23 W. King 8t .It Yours ton pick-up. Runs food. Body a 1944 Plymouth 4-dor
)o. I & good radio. yow harry Sdan
: Hote companion w* py I R H
: u : i::: alet ikid.IL .. Florid position ..t .lt going Call 8597. 9767 after I .t .r. DETl3 4 door edn. Good at 8895. R. S. E. 101 W. CenUaLghone 11 PLYMOUTH fDR. H bit rouch. I1M. 147' CadtBa 62" Hydramat!

DAIRYM-E"prlacd. to work In Ntrth II April or C.ru driver Harley W.dswor. 615 N. Orange.ctNrRAL .tlra meae.1 perfect 1401 5296. see Vann. 1941 BUICK "DR.. R" B *edan*t*.
310 St.r.SnORPHR 1944 Dodge Custom 4-door
Bank short Sedan
LsI Ilk lJ 10 h.n "FLORIDA Lke 1941 LCL CONVERTIBLE. We also have two Beach Wagons :
MOTORU' 142 Buick Super Convertible Corns
I Iwhta. DODGE 1941 Town Sedan. PLYMOUTH
I milk el&rl good h.blt.tr. -. Glerl. office ea trade demand 1 c.r lent good motor. 8995. be new- 13.eoaP.beUeD'motr. that can be used for both pleasure 1947 Studebeker Champion Royal
frH. RI1melt .ork experience. Ur
years we would 116.
thertor and business. Very reasonably
XXSTALLUZNT LOANS eost vms lees Prefer of 'hr Box 382 S-Star. D.Only five pr L cor. Garland and Amelia. Sedan
at Ftrst National Ba %Compare App Pine Rids Dairy. Leesburt.MANAGER OFFER KINDLY CARE rh.make your li want car. See Call 2-10 Open SUd.,* and Plymouth 1936 4-door sedan. REASONABLY PRICDSEtTDEFIA'C priced.
ta lady h.ld 1C
th tog When loin .IDe. yor L evenings can't CO wrong here. 8265. J.
\ th I fo f'l. semi-Invalid or lady requIring P. Hau. Ph & 'I .I.
10. o( ( 13P.nt 1 -.For parking house; ex- efit of and mineral waters. .I.nd 2-3'1. DODGE 1946 4-door sedan. Beau Smith 33 LBoblnsoi.STUDEBAKER. WE NEED GOOD USED [OPEN SUNDAYS
f get nealy 81
no.o IP..t and capable of tuLip listeninc
( beige finish fluld-
5 prele WI.1 penon. 822 DON-t UOKEYI W Will ua R S. EVANS
} get Pay
Z,7 ". of packin bouse opera Box 5 LI New c. wont b deliveredfor
5 JJ2- get 579- f Per .Safety Fl fun for your ear. Gonthesitate 1947 Champion R CARS DESPERATELYPhone
I JJJ-,Yo.et 372-P".Dt I 33%o, For lan volume fresh fruit see as now. Guns Used Car*. aU von can get immediate gal DrLaxe. Rdo d1tir. R. S. EVANS
I shipper. knw fri and 70. on this one for 52495. drive teat driven for Courteous BARGAIN LOT
'you 465-Psynreots .Dr Work Wanted-:Male 242 N. Orange Ayr. Phone 2-4814. ceen. Appr.a
81000., .e 93O a\D colOrist ..rt have .n. Wi or tar. R- S- Evan SOO miles. only I one in Of Your Car
Above .t -Payments S3 34 n grove USED CAR EXCHANGE-Used-4 N. Orn.e. 4771 and 8J495 R. S. Evans. 4OO' N.OrlDo. at Your Home.
Pvment monthly for 1.ym.at 12 month .111.b.ldll burn..IJH. harvesting BUTChER. Box-Long epneDe. Rfer .lt.d S. before you cell.W ft Jim Blackman- a call 4771 and ask for Jim Blackman. CORNER GARLAND 60 W. Central-Ph. 4321

Pltures inch.de mOlt are .ar. .. permanent posiMon rn. 319 5t.r. W* W. & .s p"e. 219 DESOTO 1941 DeLuxe 4-door sedan good 700 N. MILLS. 101 W. Central-Ph. 32M

leap tn ease .plaIt Bn- Give full .t.U hlne 2-282. Fluid-drive. radio heater. .l.I'I': AND AMELIA
First and i.or.f Garland Amelia-Ph. J-0976
J.Ua Bank.r.a. floor. e""re. rfe"l. CARPEN Dew .ok nP\ : W AJep. in .o cldll. : tire tond. b Per 3 daya .
Box 331 .re.
Jttr t 64. $995. PHONE 5039 EVENINGS 400 N. Oranie-Ph. 4771
Atr.. S fi' tP. Box 372 B-Str. Ukr a 1 4321 and for.8 w. C..ua 2182. 0 Sunday and evenings PHONE 2-1023 OPEN SUNDAYS
I.D.e .I p 110 W. CentraL-Ph. 20430CoaL'

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Hollywood Union'War' J said caused the in jurisdictional part by rivalry conflict between was S [ Page 16 Hff frratiag $ fflttfl-&iar Orlando, Florida( :lI March 9, 1947

Walsh and Herbert Sorreil of the
painters for "dictatorship" of

Hollywood Questioned labor.about his fear that Chiang Troops PAINT $25Undercoating ,.

RevealedWASHINGTON his life was in danger Schatte (29 Jet FUn Spray wax Job all _
t said Sorreil was scheduled to attend 4 .* tt' a_ .. Pobsbms! S1.50 Wreck; Retmtlt- Wlmll Aliened I
an American Legion meetinga m 9.x ; a. Balanced- We Do Anything.: Easy Monthly Payments.STIVERSPONTIAC .
UP] A witness few night ago but did not appear s : Cross Sungari
testifying about Hollywood's two- adding: Y
t year-old jurisdiction dispute told "The next morning he was
the House Labor Committee found on the desert bound and xC: og PEIPING lAP Racing the,
yesterday that "from this minute lucced.- 4 weather with a drive aimed at
: as I ait here before you I am in Schatte told of Hollywood labor : g'x ? 4 as Communist-held Harbin Chinese j MILLWORKCABINETS
danger of my life: riots in which 600 to 800 persons .
The witness w&s.Oscar Schatte. were jailed at one time while government forces In Manchuriahave SASH STORE FIXTURES" DOORS
.t superintendent of a group of motion scores were hospitalized. / we crossed the frozen Sungari SPECIAL ITEMS 1
picture act-building carpenters -
River in strength.
and a member of the Brother- Police Hold SuspectIn E. HUDSON
Chinese dispatches
yester- .
press 2-4487 V iota
hood of Carpenters and. Joiners 1153 W. Church
[API.]. Miami Gem Thefts I / day predicted intense fighting
around Taolaichao railroad sta-
He told the committee which STOCKTON. Calif. UPI FBI tion near the north bank 70 miles
wants find out whether Communists B.
to announced that George Hanna southwest of Harbin.
are behind the long strike 49. known as "the Turk" was arrested Speedier than usual operationswere
In the movie industry that he also
here yesterday in connec- that
.1 based on the certainty
expected to Jose his $10.000-a-year tion with extensive jewel robberiesin a, in 60 days or less Manchuria wouldbe *Et
result of his testimony.The .
Job as a Minml-
bogged down in a thaw
story he had to tell Hanna was taken into custody rM .:wn Best information gathered from HARD Of ELECTRONICHEARING
Schatte said was one *f"terri after an all-night police vigil at a g fie and appalling vl.knct"sanda local hotel. He reportedly was Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek's r HEARING
"absolute utter disregard f.r wanted for unlawful flight from troops did win a victory northeastof
the law." Miami to avoid facing burglary Changchun, as announced this
The strike is over the ,issue-of charges. week, but that the aggressive Communists -j INSTRUMENT
what union should build movie
USED CARS AUCTIONED had suffered a "bloody
sets. The antagonists are a num- nose" rather than a decisive defeat Battery Contained, All In One
ber of AFL unions. including the COLUMBUS O. (UP] Public !f
'auction of used automobiles has UNLIKE ANY OTHERin I
Carpenters the International Alli- By an accounts it would be a
ance of Theatrical Stage Em-" been started here.Weekly auctions mistake to assume that they have
ployes headed by Richard P. take place on a downtown lot.The lost their striking power although'they '
Walsh,. and the painters union. first sale saw 75 automobiles : have fallen back. UIIiqve, the History of Mooring Aids, for Size, Power,
hem under subpoena change hands. rn.. z
and Form
I Beauty -Giving Hearing Results That dial
; DIVISION HONORED lenge All Previous Achievements IA
I f -- -"::;.:::;: COLUMBUS O. (UP] U. S.,
ANNOUNCING OUR t"t"T'E;' SPRING GRADUATION CLASS of Or- Marilyn Alice Mooney, Constance Moses, Highway No. (2, which extends i i i
f .. ange Memorial nurses shown here just be- from Cincinnati through Ohio to I j
Freida Risener, Doris Hogan; second row- Cleveland has been designated as ;/cLthcom:
NEW LOCATION fore they received diplomas in exercises d
I Thursday night at 'the Rose Simmons .Memorial Mrs. Evelyn Kelly Hughes, Mrs. Ealise Bos- a memorial to the Rainbow Divis- (
ion of World War I fame. It will
Educational the sett, (Idell Phillips, Evelyn Clark; top row- mr
602 North Orange Ave. Building at hospital. be dedicated at Delaware. O. May

f Left to right are: First row-Valerie Reynolds, Betty Hawke, Glorido Free. 25. r A battery-contained.!.aH4abearing< instrument almost
; .zlll new trsjnrtth* thin at a fountain pen only about half it* length yet M
i ing the highest. write-in votes.Tal-
I powerful it can fin an auditorium with sound by operating a
Flunk Oil Test madge had the highest
Seven Dads Ca istor 675; James V.Carmichael number.sec 12-inch loodtpeakerl Come see and hear this great electronic

THE ond and D. Talmadge Bowers was l t: achievement!

I SPRINGFIELD Tenn. DPI Then one shouted: They couldn't make Baggett drink'I third. Only Talmadge was nominated -
; Husky Victor Baggett. 28..substi I "That's the guy who gave our I the bottle of castor oil they had. I I and he was elected by 161; I FREE HEARING CUNIC
EII kids castor: oil. Let's give it The story leaked out when Bag-I|Ito 87 votes. xY;;
tute teacher in the Adams Community -
I back to him!" gett came here and told the sheriff I. Thompson's counsel contended r-r: -';; Personal Consultation with't2
[pop. 400 near here can.t I Baggett knocked the first two about it. He-said he wouldn't prefer Eugene Talmadge was "in life" at
dish it out--castor oil style-and men down. The other five tussled I any charges-and wouldn't the time he did get a vast majorityof AUTHORITY ON DEAFNESS
i\\JLL1M MOTOR I take it-rough and tumble style.1 him to the ground, roughed him stop giving his pupils castor oil if the whole vote cast, about 143,-
up a bit. But their big plan failed.; they chewed bubble gum in class.I 000 and that the election was
.Some of Baggett's pupils chewed. completed at that time-Nov. 5. I$ ..,. ... Jefferson Court Hotel
I bubble gum in class.Baggett didn't The intriguing argument that .,F. Florida
: {: Orlando
Makes your aM.o like it.He of Five Words **a person" cannot include: a :'.:-'
I passed out small doses of corpse wu made to the court by -- .... March 11-12-13
Talmade attorney. Hour 10 A. M. to 4 P. M.
castor oil. The pupils didn't likeit.
like }
Argued in Gubernatorial Row Thompson forces* contend the A. sv5y-lh.i n I
word"received" that if Tal- -
means Come in and consult with a aoentificatly trained expert -
told their fathers. Someof
They ATLANTA [UP] The fate of the contenders forGeorgia's i madge Senior got the votes in the "
Here's dependable door-to-door the fathers didn't like it. CQ your hearing problems.Learn bow 'BEAMEDELECTRONIC'
the general election that ended the I
transportation for everyone. A governorship may hang upon Supremecourt's [election there because received is POWERand the ACOUSTICON
Seven of them parked in a truckin
Whiuer motor (easily installed interpretation of five, words. j
new front of the school and waited past tense. I IMPERIAL revolutionize hearing for the deafened!
on any balloon-bred bike) The tribunal has had the case for decision since seven
until Baggett was about to enter. i I Talmadge forces also pin their
will carry you wherever you want hours of Both Gov. Herman :i hopes on the argument that the .1 .-
to Whiner it precision- argument Talmadge, aI.l::.:.. R. W. GORDON .
e cmeered.go. troubIc- eel12S t mile and Lt.-Gov. M. E. Thompson are > (I Legislature can do anything its I II ............... Aconsticon-McRae Co.
Other Latin-American I I I wants. to do if that thing is not
for decision. Predictions
hoping a quick .
or more per gallon! 5 to 35 mi1eapeC' since there was no person "in life" ,expressly forbidden the Consti- 27 Professional Bid*
hour! Powerful?-Yes indeed around the Capitol range ccu3tcoti ,
I I St. Pvterskvrf Florida
t -takes the hflls easily! Open up Tours by Truman Seen from March 15 to March 22. having a majority of the whole tution. They point out that elec-
vote cast in the general election,' tion of a is not expressly
The five governor
new venue'of adventure with WASHINGTON LAP Pre s. words on which opposIng INTEINATIONAl
the assembly was authorized to forbidden but that a is
way pro-
your Wluucrl Truman's whirlwind visit to lawyers disagree are found in
choose from the two persons hav-'vided-the way they used.
Mexico City may set the patternfor the obscure section of the Consti-
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future good will missions in tution under which the Legislature .,
SEE IT NOW! BUY IT TODAY AT the Western Hemisphere and elected Talmadge Governor after
stimulate trade below the border. his father Eugene Talmadge died \
His visit, he told one gathering after his election as Governor but
; WWzzw Mater Sates tf Florida, Inc. of newspapermen may be followed before he could be Inaugurated.
$ North Aram by calls on "several other" Lat- The contorted words are "in
OZ Oronq,
i in. American nations. Previously,I life" "person having" and "re-
complete 2-4687
Xcpalr Department Phone
he had expressed a desire to visit I ceived."
Canada. I Talradre attorneys argued that CHEVROLETiM
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Tea Chatter Table ( Orange County' Chapter, American Red Cross/ Serves th Community 'Becomes Miss Wilson Bride ,

S.ax.. :;M yt 9a. Of Mr/Bauman
By CYNTHIAOur aa k : Y4a

In a simple but impressive cere-
MR. and MRS. r, .
good friends.
Yj mony Saturday in the chapel of
, ERNESTT1KOTKK, popular Winter .a the -
t f Congregational Church of
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residents here from Toledo /fi: e Winter Park Miss Elaine Wilson

had an unusual air trip several' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A.

days ago. Tner Ieft:Miami at Ep.m. Stewart of Winter Park becamethe

Saturday. scheduled to arrive bride of Robert J. Bauman.

In Orlando at 9:30.p.m..Bow-. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bau-

ever, when approaching the, Or- man of DeLand. in the presenceof

lando air port the pilot,.was' informed the immediate families Dr.

that the ceiling was too Louis,, Schultz. minister of the

low for safe landing! ,:and was directed church,, performed the double-

on to Jacksonville. After ring ceremony.
Fern used in the chancelof
for 20
circling: over that base > + .
t w the chapel with tail backers
minutes they were Informed.that ''9 R r. and urns of white gladioli and a

clouds were too heavy to' permit 5.' center arrangement of candelabra
to in 1 a and on either side of the pulpit
landing. They were stop _
*"'. Mka t were standing candelabra with
Macon. Ga.. next but when within { A' .ln r L lighted tapers. The nuptial music
20 miles from there the'pilot was :': s rsc was presented by Mrs. Elizabeth

radioed pea-soup atmosphere and ft 44' {; L ??x, 1 i Y9a \. ., 1 Al Cole organist and Miss Betty Ann
Newton soloist.
to go on to Atlanta I I. : The bride given in marriage by
The plane arrived'there-at 12:30 e>.) her father was attended by Miss

a Jn. Sunday. They were informed ,' r: '4 t' Jane Coates. as maid of honor:
that now th 'sky had cleared in : f while William Elmer acted as best
Orlando and a plane would becoming man. James W. Wilson uncle of
through en route to Miami the bride escorted the mothers of
at 2 a JH, but when that plane arrived the bride and bridegroom to their

every seat was filled .The seats.A .
Tiedtkes then tried' to get hotel I'a' .,,..a two-piece suit of white wool
worn with a small write hat and
accommodations but without success -
veil were included in the bride's
and there were more than 7 r :! :' costume and she carried: a white
100 other travelers stranded in the satin Bible which had belonged to
station bound for various partsof her great-great-erandmother, on
the country. About 50 of them which was an orchid with streamers -
found a haven in a large plane of white ribbon with bow-
that was grounded there' to sit ore knots of orange blossoms. She also
in the reclining chairs and rest above preparing food for a mass feeding during a disaster. '' carried an heirloom handkerchief

and sleep Several passengers 1 From left to right are Mrs. A. D. lies, Miss Emma Lundgren, 4d. which had been her great-grand-

who had a fog-horn snore kept chairmen of the Orange County corps, Mrs. Allender'Jones, ?. .ka. k. mothers'.
The maid of honor chose an
everyone awake save themselves.I Mrs. Bertram Groene and Mrs. L. C. Nicholson, who are five of aquamarine suit and wore a flower -
At 6 of the ,
am. some
including Mame and passengers Ernest the-55 members of the local Canteen Corps, one of the Volunteer .. .vAQ+>.. ; hat. and a corsage of yellowcarnations.

thought it might be more comArtable Special Services.imii .
THE MOTOR i Following the ceremony rela-
in the station. There 'r CORPS of the t.;;.
__ ?'" tives and friends of the couple
Volunteer '
,. Special i l Services
fts'a through plane to Orlandodue .r were entertained at a reception in 'J
an hour later but when that :ii, y has members on duty at all -" the lounge of the church by Mr.

one arrived every,seat was filled. '' times. Shown here is Mrs. D. m and Mrs. Stewart. Presiding at the

Finally at 9 am. the officials J. Barker, chairman of the Orange bride's table were the Mmes. R. D.
announced that Pullman reserva- Waite. Edwin dark and Alvin
: '
tions for Orlando were available ;;: 1? County Chapter of the Marriott, assisted by the Mmes.
leaving at 10:15. Several of the : 3. : corps, answering an appeal for t Charles Merry W. Qillespie. the
Orlando bound. Including transportation. Misses Louise Evans and Edwynavon
passengers :
the Tiedtke-duo. took this i F. y: i"sf Gal. Mrs. Robert Ragsdalewas
In charge of the bride's book.
train arriving here Monday at
i. The couple left on a wedding
4 am. No opportunity to f trip to the East Coast the bride
change clothes for two nights.In ,
a r4 traveling In a brown and cream
Atlanta they had been greet-
:n wool suit with matching acces-
ed by a snow blizzard the concrete sories, and wearing the orchid
pavements all plated with ice.The .vYY-:) from her bridal bouquet.They will
Miami-attire [white shoes pastel I : .5 : reside In DeLand.

coats] proved a little scant for .,:.N ,. ..::.
this kind of weather Red !
underwear felt boots and fur r.1v.Y y.' 0Y8 Day Nursery
coats would have been more appropriate -
Mame and Ernest u :.: 4'2k a E .. Board Plans
always had the desire someday to 'f.:

be angels But after floating
around in the clouds from:Miamito I j- :! : Coffee Tuesday _.
Atlanta in the dark they are
open to other suggestions. + PKy: H The board of the Orlando Day

000 o Nursery Assn. is honoring associate -
members of
'act the associationat
ERDMAN were hosts last night! ?' 'v:, '. 2 .o
; :) r y o.c : : a.o. at / a coffee Tuesday morning from
when they entertained with very
at 10:30: to 12 o'clock at the nursery
fine Saturday night party ;,
their home. ..The group included a +Yr+ home.
several of their former Rollins ul. f k 4..fri F'. Invitations have been sent out

assmates. In the crowd were R to all members of the association.

ALMMV and IRA YOPP. DEEDIE The board members Include the
Mmes. Buell Duncan. L. A. Blake.
Wheeler Herman Lang-
TALTON HAZEL and BUDDY ,. Ford. William Lane. Hudson Mc-
BRYSON. ALICE and ED AGREE. ,. d .#. Reynolds: George B. Carter. Ben
BONNIE, and GENE STURCHIO. '/':_.. ,I;: .; Caswell. Chesley Magruder. and
000 rI. ...'. ... .,'. Claude Wolfe.
MRM and MRS. FRANK ME- ..... :..,.t.- 'I Associate members are the
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BANE are very happy to have their ,; % ]F 1.... :.., ;:;: I Mmes. Roger Holler Gaston Ed-
son-in-law and daughter. "OOOT- t'M ...... : A."I .::,- wards. S. J. Sllgh. Horace Day.
ER" and ALTHEA SMITH and the __ esI' ".:::;....-.. ;..... Allle E. Dickson.P. Phillips W.M
__ .:' i ...-. Davis. V. W. Estes Byron King
adorable Smith baby. JILL here a: :::::: : :;
t3y; .
.. Carl Rkker. Grace Phillips Johnson -
with them for the weekend from '
4.n :: : : :
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a. ; Harry P. Leu. Lawrence Gentile -
Bradenton That is. Cooler is .. ..
..... ... Hart Swalstead. Edna Ros-
jo-E' ,
here for the weekend and Althea ., .
e .' encranz. Calvin West. D. A. Lay-
and the baby are remaining for a ton.J.M.
McCormick. O.P.Swope.Clarence .
longer visit and to be here for 3'i e -[Our Own Staff Photos: McColIum # Gay. W. S. Oliver and
the arrival this week of Mrs. Me- Merlin Mitchell.Voters .
bane's brother-in-law and sister

ERINGTON of Mt. Olive N. C. CARING FOR DEPENDENTS Special Services are shown above sewing garments for children I League

000 of service men during emergency .'- of the war devastated countries in all parts of the world. From .

New additions to the "station illness is one of the left to right, in the foreground, are the Mmes. F. M. DeLand, Meets
wagon set" are MARGE and TIM services of the Red Cross. The j Friday
I. C. Toussaint, H. Ramsey and Fred Englehart. In the back
MERRILL;, who are driving about
In a most stunning new Ford service worker, above, Mrs. C. ground is Mrs. Henry Feamey. Co-chairmen of the Production The semimonthly meeting of

.ron The J. B. Dyers also A. Cheeseman, is shown calling Corps are Mrs. Charles Limpus and Mrs. H. C. Sanderson, be the held League at Sorosis of Women's Club Voters Friday will at

VQve a new station wagon, one of on a service man's wife, just not 'shown in the picture. 10:30 am. with the president Mrs

those cute Willys jeep jobs. returned from the hospital. A. H. Smith Jr.. presiding. Dr.
000 k I 'u4S Kathryn Abbey Hanna will present -
MRS. JAMES BURDEN was the program for this open
hostess during the past week when y meeting at which time she will
she entertained a small group at explain the reasons behind the
a farewell luncheon at the Rose- r recommendations of the Citizens

fornia.DAVIS marie honoring,'ho had MARY left for ALLEN Cali Rosalind Club rAt Moments Notice 1,000 Members of Orange County Chapter, PresidentsOf Committee changes is held on by Education.It administration that committeethat are

HERBER rt HARTER.0-0 candy ,' Luncheon Red Cross, Ready for Any Disaster of Emergency CallA BPWC equipment important increases are that as for necessary facilities teachers.as salary and Dr.-

manufacturer from Cleveland..O. peace-time service organization community obligation even thoughwe 'standard and advanced first aid. ter. They work In all departments Hanna points out that "a good
is with his old
here for visit
a Thursday To Be FetedPast craftsman goes where he can do
friend. ROSS MTOBBEN .This 'I now that grew stronger dur- are now at peace. In 1946 the Nine Orlando Police Department assisting'In the various phases of good work." It is further revealed

.weekend. they are spending on a The monthly Rosalind Club ing the stress of war the Orange County Chapter was Indeed automobiles are equipped with Red the chapter's program. presidents of the Orlando I that there is a lack of good teach-

fishing trip down off the East luncheon will be held Thursday at can Red Cross turns its Ameri-j busy helping _to discharge Cross Mobile First Aid Units. The Production Corps in 1948 Business and Professional Wom ers available. Twelve hundred new

Coast and are returning-! early 0, next : 1 p.m. with Mcs. James Pittman the tremendous obligations of these obligations A total of 13,783 Mrs. John Freeman chairmanof had 319 workers who gave 28562 en's Club will be honored at. the I I I teachers are needed next year and:
week. i to two hundred are all who
00'0 i as chairman of the hospitality community service. No one in Or- services was rendered by the Home Home Nursing in cooperationwith hours and produced 863 articles of meeting in the Chamber of Commerce -I lone will be available for the colleges -

Rosalind members made a fine committee.: ange County lives beyond the Service Department to these men the volunteer ,instructors is clothing. These volunteers worked Bldg. Monday at 6:30: pm. and schools in this State.

showing when "Prof. Quiz" had I Others on the committee include reach of possible disaster from and their dependents. These serv- conducting training program of under the co-chairmanship of All past presidents have received

them on the platform when he the'Mmes. Holloway Clark hurricanes tornadoes fires and ices Included many types of assistance cafe; for the sick in the home to Mrs. Charles Limpus and Mrs. H. special invitations to be''present Chinese Drama

visited the club Thursday after- I vice-chairman: and Robert Riddle. other destructive forces. The Or- ,ranging from simple requeststo many families throughout the C. Sanderson.Mrs. and each one will relate some interesting -

noon. JEAN PITTMAN. chairman I Victor Hutchins. Estelle Jewell. ange County Chapter is preparedfor services which were involvedand county.VOLUNTEER. Harry M. Voorhis Is the incident which occurred

,4)f the day.hospitality walked away committee with honors fore Harry Dickson. R. W. Kelley. Sidney such emergencies as over 1,000 I of a highly technical nature. SPECIAL SERVICE over-all chairman of Volunteer during her administration.This Scheduled Here

hen she had a score of 575 out I Swope. Simpson Penney.Warren trained volunteers are on call to Over 1,000 cases a month were The Canteen Corps under the Special Services. is a special program in JAn Evening in Cathay"* win be

of a possible 600 points. The Edwards T. J.Lindorff, Lois assist the regular Disaster Com- handled by the Home Service De chairmanship of Miss Emma this'Mr is'; and Mrs.Red Cross Orange in County action.It charge of Mrs. Isabel Marcus, presented at the Municipal Audi-
"professor's wife 'was tabulatorand :Fuller Ives. Frank Butler and mittee O an1zat on. partment.The your i chairman of the publications com- torium by the Rollins Players as
I volunteers who is to it!
John Lundgren. has 55 your obligation support mittee. Members of the club will |j I their second outside attraction:
Masek. disaster chairman
she raved about the wonderful Marshall C. Dendy. Volunteer Home Service Now is the time to give I I l I
little hot blueberry tarts they I and his sub-committee chairmenare Corps under the chairmanship of are organized and trained for mass +' furnish musical entertainment as + served at the tea hour and the constantly on the alert and feeding in time of emergencies. part of the program. I I[replace the performance by the
gorgeous Methodiana Rubra which i Book Review Set ready to go into action to alleviate Mrs. Martin Andersen assisted the Nurses' Aides Corps assists 'OAAB Club Formal dress is optional. I,I,I"Ballets Jooss. who were to hare
: suffering should a disaster situa- Home Service staff in bringingthis Members are asked to notify i;r appeared but who were forced to
MRS. V. W. ESTES brought for' "'"Raffles of Singapore a biog- tion occur. Last Fall at the time aid -servicemen and vet nurses and frees them for those Mrs. Hedelia Burton that they will cancel their tour and return to
her. 000 II'raphy of Sir Thomas S.Raffles by of the threatened hurricane Red erans. services which only graduate Sets ActivitiesActivities be present and the number of England because of transportation
Emily Hahn. will be reviewed by Cross workers were alerted. 11 nurses cars perform. This group of guests invited. difficulties.
SYDNEY and GEORGE ALLEN Miss Margaret Piper at the Al- shelters were opened In Orange EDUCATIONAL SERVICES volunteers work under the chairmanship at the Orlando Army I "An Evening in Cathay" presents -
and SYDNEDJR., are spendingthe County for those who might need In Orange County during 1945 WEDDING SET TODAY song dances instrumental
weekend in Tallahassee arriv- I bertson Public Library Thursdayat housing and preparations Were under the direction of Corbin Bal of Mrs. J. Rocher -Chap- Air Base this week In' connection Today at_12:30 pm. at the First I i music, and scenes from the classic
ing there last night in time to seethe 10:30: am. Her analysis of the made to feed large numbers of lentine chairman of Water Safety pelL with the Officers' Club win be as Baptist Church in DeLand Miss ,Chinese dramas. The 14 performers -

last performance of "The book is one of a series of talks possible victims. Actually 627 per- 542 swimming certificates were The Motor Corps is the Red follows: Laura Downing win become thei I have been costumed and train-
Wizard of Oz" in which daughter which Miss Piper is giving this sons were given overnight lodging issued to students in 54. classes. Cross' means of transportation. MONDAYOAAB 730 p m. st OAAB Women's Bowline Club AUcn.bowlst !I i i I bride of John S. Folks Jr. of :ed by 1M famous actor. Mel Lan-
VIRGINIA was starring.' and food. All disaster workers Thirty-three volunteers were ac- TUESDAY-Women" Club W elfa re ''Gainesville, with the Rev. Grady fang. The musicians play on Instruments -
000LAWRENCE ,season at the library. were. on duty over the 36-hour the in teaching water safety Motor Corps members drive the Group meets from $-3Om.. ta 12 noon at Snowden officiating. All friends of of strange shapes with
Bed base
Crow main
JACKSON and his Sir Thomas Raffles was an Englishman emergency period. I throughout the swimming season. I!mobile equipment and work with I I WEDNESDAY Bide-on Monte Carlo at Off cer's I the! couple are invited. exquisite names such as the pi-pa
lovely Australian who aided in forming The First Aid Service taught 431 all departments. Members of the Club 8'3O p m. A reception for the wedding the yang-chine and the hsiao.
leave wife RUNA. British policy in the Far East. HOME SERVICE persons junior. senior and advanced :, Staff Assistants Corps under the Beets THURSDAY-WoII'.t 2 p m. Club Bridie Club party relatives and out-of-town All the admirable] qualities of
today for Philadelphia. Hahn is the author of "China toMe The responsibility of Red Cross first aid. All members of '" chairmanship of Mrs. Herschel O. FRIDAY-Officers' Club at 8 pjn mixedmember guests will be held at the home of the Chinese are demonstrated in
where he will take a six-months- ," "The Soong Sisters." and to the servicemen, ex-senicrm nand the Orjando Police Department I' Moats are trained to do office I j I br1d.SATURDAY-Formal for aDd 4 roests.. with Den Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Davis 230 this production-charm: humour,
a Dee
jgurse at insurance school. I-"Hong- Kong Holiday...- -" .---. -their families continues. 'as a I hold! current certificates in both and reception work for the chap-_ UcZnibcri orcbuUk lumUkJK waste, Grove St. DeLand. S.I'.j style and urbanity.
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frnntetg &rnlinrl-&tar NQrlondo> Florida, March 9, 1947 I Grand Avenue Woman's Club I Daily Schedule and illustrated slides on "Life
18 Ufa I I
Page Wednesday by Girl Scout Troop 54 !. Jesus"__ in the Parish H
, <:;su Pm., lull cathedral
under the leadership of Mrs. G. P.
held Wednesday at 10 am. at the rehearsal.
Corley Mrs. Ann Ingle or- AnnouncedFor
'Miss Addison Nursery Home. Saturday-9:30 ajn,
000 lando Girl Scout executive secretary Acolytes serving in the :

Crystal Circle of Needlework ., will be a guest 'The School service will meet with
Plans MarchWedding [ : v::} Guild will meet Thursday at the meeting will open at 2:30 pjn. St. Luke'sThe on Gumm for instruction in
:.Y.u+ o .;:'Y+.hi4; home of Mrs. Phil Wethling on with a devotional by Gilbert E. Cathedral; 7 to 7:30 pm. one
t Ives: Ave. at 2 pm.The'Orlando Shaffer of the Jefferson Churchof schedule this week at St.Luke's the clergy will be in the
I s sL sw 000 Christ .. Mrs. W. W. Wyckoff. is as follows: Daily-7:30 for spiritual counsel and {
Club Girl Scout chairman and am., the Holy Communion (except tion.
Deanery of the St. 'Mrs. H. M. Guydam will be host- Thursdays at 10 a.m.I; 12:05.: Commencing tomorrow.
,[Special to The Sinday: Sentinel-Stor! ) Augustine Council of the NCCW esses. noon intercessions and Litany: 5 Gumm will hold office hours i

CLERMONT-Of more than will hold semi-annual meeting o o o pm.. evening prayer [except Sat- Mondays. Wednesdays and ]
usual Interest is the announce- March 24, at St. Cloud
Monday. urdays].
Election and installation of officers 10 to 12 at the Parish
ment made today by Mr. and Mrs. with. the Rer.Joseph Barry as host
of Chapter AC of PEO will Mon'day p.mvarious guild -
Harry L. Addison of the engagement with the Catholic womenof
together rt'1\
the annual of the Woman's Auxiliary
be held at meeting meetings PEO LUNCHEON FRIDAY
of their youngest daughter. St. Cloud. Mrs. W. A. Bishopof
Monday at S pm. in the home of ; 7 pm. choir boys rehearsal:
Joe Peggie to Joe,M. Richards Orlando will preside. Mass will The PEO's of Central .
Mrs.Grover Itey, Woodland Ave. 7:30: PJXU Boy Scouts Troop 33.
Ft. Myers. be celebrated at 9 ajn. at St.
Delegates to the State conventionin Tuesday-3 pm.. Junior Choir rehearsal will hold a Reciprocity
Mr. Richards Is! the son Mr. Thomas Church in St. Cloud by
Miami next month will also be ; 3:30 pm.. children's con-
meeting at the Colonial
of that .
and Mrs. R. Q. Richards Msgr. P. J. McGill of Lakeland.The '
P f
chosen as well as the delegate to firmation instruction class with
will be at the Cloud Court Dining
meeting Room Friday
city.Miss the Supreme Chapter Convention Canon Gumm at Cathedral School.
Addison Is graduate the lunch-
a 10
Theater at am. 4
class : slated for October in Los Angeles. Wednesday-3:30: pm. full Ca- 12:30 noon in the Banquet
Clermont-Minneola schools W Oiia eon is at 1 pjn. at the CommunityHouse. thedral rehearsal.
of 1945. She has been employed for Speaker at the luncheon Choir Thursday The program will include
the past year by the Watson Lab- will be Re?. J. F. McKeown of NUPTIALS PLANNED TODAYLei.s -9:40 ajn, intercessions; 10 am. solos by Mrs. David Beyer I I
McKinley Hale of Altoona the Holy Communion; 8 pm..
oratories in Leesburg.Mr. Eustis. whistling solo by Mrs. Gather
Pawho has been stationed at the Lenten evening service with Bish- 1
Richards attended Hyning of Winter Park and
000 Orlando Army Air Base for the op Louttit preaching on ,"Teach
Fort Myers and was graduatedin Council No. 12, Degree talk on "Glimpses of India"
Cherokee past 21-2 years and Dorothy Gar- ings of the Church. This series
the class of 41. He received his
Mrs. W. W.
of Pocahontas, 'will meet in Watson.
land Hibbard. daughter of Mr. of services will run through April
from the Air
discharge he served bomba- L regular session Tuesday at 8 pm. and Mrs. Harry Garland of Win- 3 on Thursday nights and is spon- Members of PEO chapters
Force where as a
is the Uni- in the Fraternal Bldg. Degree. ter Park will be married today at sored by the Cathedral Men's Club. Sanford Titusville, Eustis.
dier. He now attending
versity of Florida in Gainesville practice will follow the meeting. 3 -'pjn. at the Research Studio Friday-3:30 pm. Cub Scouts: Cloud and Orlando and all \
o 4 children's ing members in this
where he is a member of the Theta '5'A Chapel in Maitland. pm Lenten service vicinity
friends of held in the Cathedral for all children invited. Winter
Chi Fraternity.The Pageant of Flags will be presented Relatives and close visitors who

wedding will be an event of : :.. at the meeting of the the couple are invited. followed.later by instruction long to the PEO Sisterhood are

March 30. ..

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The Chi Clermont bride-elect.
will hold its !
933 the home Lancaster.of : I Delta Epsilon Assn. Carl Harris. Jamajo. at 8 pm.. I

day evening at 7:30: pjn. Group Two with Mrs. E. S. Wag- ,

Kappa Assn. of Kappa o o goner 522 Harwood, at 2:30: pm- I

8 "'* Youth Fellow- and Group Three with Mrs. John
lon Lodge. )rd Park Meth- Beerman Clarcona Road. 3 p.m.

address the wiu hold its regular 'Csc.
and social meet- The regular monthly dinner and
school building business meeting of Secretaries

WILL. : Thursday. All mem- International will be held Mondayat
$ members are 7 pm. at the Y.MC-A. Coffee

t, Shop The Orlando Rebekah
A o o Lodge No. 12 will have its regular

,For Council of the session at 8 pjn. Thursday in the

Silverine Church will Fraternal Bldg. All Rebekahsare

Write to Group One is requested to attend and visitors \.
convene with Mrs. I are welcome. S 5 L
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The Azalean Class of the First r _

i' Baptist Church rill meet at 11 'I '
11), t WhistlingOyster ajn. Thursday in the Azalean I

classroom After the executive I y
; board meeting at 11 ajn., the class .trS.. 5. 5 \
will enjoy a luncheon at 12 pjn. ,

000 B
Notes Puritan Sisterhood No. 320, 4
'i9 Dames of Malta will meet in reg-
seeing.'I ular session at their hall. 116 1-2 "4 < '
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HOME S. Orange Ave.. Monday at 8 pm. q : .......
Things Nomination of officers will be held \-
at this time. 10"1,
Walk Out i 000 -:' -,- ... ....''

I Mrs. Kenneth Green president, \ 4 '- t J ; "
why people AJ '
many .
presided at the meeting of the Or- : / /
Distinctive to drop in The lando Transit Auxiliary held this Artistic Fine Quality \

a wide Oyster. very fre- week at the home of Mrs. George _. ;'0'
to buy at the "
designs Hawthorne. At the social hour
order. 2 just to see the Mrs. C. E. Edgell assisted Mrs. High fashion aristocratic shoes magnificently

reflect light new things. Very Hawthorne in entertaining the } ". .
either cannot be dupli following members: the Mmes. I_ f it

C. Bronson, H. C. Bryant, J. W. designed! .. '- .. .
The"came Burkhalter, Ped Craley N. W. Da- .
we have received a ,
artiitic extenilve- with an exquisitely vis J. T. Ellis J. M. Jones Perry t .. t
Moore Amelia Rogers L. L. Williamson -
frame in pickled \
N. L. Young. B: F. Hobbs, "\ .; ; ., .
manteL This . "
Home over a ,>
Wilbur Johnson Walter Williamsand 4 4t..t
order for us. Other "': MADE !N \
also have ar- J. W. Ayers.000 : ...
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The Orlando Branch of the Association : \
lamps in of Childhood Educationmet "
are many
important and less this week at the Delaney J' '
prices. School with Dr. William E. Fort, ,

several with hand professor of psychology and phi-
losophy at Rollins College, as guest
G1. < speaker. After the regular business ,
is particularly well session Mrs. Carl Johnson, pro- ; {

its distinguished gram chairman, presented Dr.

1115 ,but there also Fort who gave an interesting ad-
bridge prizes dress"Mental Hygiene."Teachers ..

such things as of the Delaney and Hillcrest ..'
purses, knit- Schools served as hostesses for the r

( A. H } Easter toys, cards for social hour.000 ,
Day and Easter.
The Orlando Shrine Club will .
:: closed on Saturday celebrate its annual Ladle Night s
afternoons. with a banquet to be given at the We, scour the world to bring you the finest shoes
Orlando Chamber of Commerce

P. S. The Helen Ryan Wednesday evening, March 12th made in the United States and foreign countries.
at 6:45 o'clock. The committee on
Russel the patio reached ,
arrangements are Mr. and Mrs.
ware is N. Orange and Roy Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Rob-
well worth Washington inson. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Kott-

meier. An excellent program of V

I entertainment includes the Girls

Ensemble from OHS, dance students -
from the Irene Beasley Stu-

dio, and Mr. George C. Tyner,
semiprofessional entertainer.
Dress for the ladies is optional. I L
Tickets are available at the South- : )

land Restaurant with Monday kiP
noon the deadline. '

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The Hotel Greets Auxiliary will .
meet Friday at 8 pjn. at the Highland I ,
Lake Apts. Plans will be .;-,
..... completed for the St. Patrick's 'J ,
c- Day bridge party scheduled for ,
Mar. 17 at the San Juan HoteL

Orlando Chapter 131. OES: will .
meet Monday at 8 pm. at Ma-

'ft sonic Temple. Honor guests will Ji:'" -.
/ be Mrs. Edith Elliot Grand Instructor .'
of District 13. Visiting "t ,

Stars are Invited.000 /-- '1_,_: :\

Mrs. Robert Martin of 2305 Illinois 'I'

Ave. will entertain ChapterS A. Seduction '_- ... a'k\ J (
of PEO at dessert luncheon 'j' I fMmw I_
.( Thursday at 1:30 pjn. Mrs. Or- In brown calf and black calf 25.75 \, \
ville E. Cheesman. president will
\ I preside at the business meeting
It'. .ew which'will include election of officers -
and delegates. The program B. The Virginal $:a5All

to spring o surprise will include music by Mrs. Ernes-
tine Beyer accompanied by Mrs. white blanchette suede oxford. 24.95 \,
in your Richard Sias. \\
000ExceUIon a\
classic clothes
: t Circle of Needlework C The Graziella tJ
} Guild will meet Tuesday at 2:30
a resort coat of i .
pjn. with Mrs. Harry Lakin. 1954 Black lizard made of very finest skins. r ;
Harmon Ave. Winter
brown plaid on white. Park. \ '
000 37.25 t \
background. Size 14. 'The Missionary Society: of North
Park Baptist Church will have Its
circle meetings Tuesday at 3 pm. D. Marathon )"
as follows: Circle One with Mrs. J. .
W. CantrelL 728 Palm Dr.; Two. Whit. suede seamless pump Very.' '.., < vv1' )
1 with Mrs. E. A. Howe 1510 Park: .
: Lake Ave.: Three with Mrs. W. S. dressy.: 27.95 ._ ': I

: Smgletary. 1901 Illinois Ave. :
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The Federation' of Federal Em- : 1

} jtILTS. ploye- will meet March 13 at 8
pm. at Orange Court Hotel ball S
room. Ada Hamilton local J
representative of Blue Crass will 'or
explain the Blue Cross hospital S

Plan. I Shoe Salon -. Street Floor '
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Executive board of the Orlando Bally shoes arc exclusive with Dickson & Ives in
.;z071. Way Nursrry will meet Tuesday Orlando
fLt7P5 immediately following the coffee I
for associate members. The regular -
Day Nursery meeting will be Other beautiful shoe arrlrlng often -

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Van, distinguished guest_ chair. affiliated organizations at Tampa Orlando Florida March 9 1947
Legion ..AuXiliaryConference r i lJt j-unbr..g j-mfnrl-@otar Page 19
man. Registrars to the conferencewill March 1) through March 15.
be entitled to attend the Mrs. will I I
Kirkpatrick directly
1 1 r
'Scheduled Here Next Sunday dance at'the Legion Home. March from presiding at this meetingin Youth tribution program to the Americanism of the American and Dr. FischerPTA served as a Neutral Anent of Musical Festival at DeLand.A .
15 also the luncheon March 16. Tampa to attend the conferenceand Switzerland Germany. France. "st a w vote win also be
Legion Giils
Auxiliary. who
.".The Sixth-District Constitution. the activities for the past year. Mrs. J. B. [Polly 1 Kirkpatrickof will bring; the latest information -' in the 11th grade of high school were I i' Bulgaria, and Italy. His duty at taken at this meeting to deter-
f\ Conference ,of, the American Delegates from each unit as well Eustis area C rehabilitation on subjects of vital importance -'I'' before the end of the 1946-1947 SpeakerDr. one time was to inspect prisonerof mine the opinion of parents and
chairman will be speaker.
guest to auxiliary members.
school in the United
Legion Auxiliary writ be held.Sun as all unit members should make Area "C" comprises 12 Southeast Miss Edna Chittenden. Sanford year They are are eligible selected for entirelyon Girls'State. Rudolph Fischer professorof He war returned camps to Rollins in the States.Fan teachers concerning a fair holidayfor
day. March 1C, at the Legion special effort to attend. em States and Panama and for Sixth District girls' State chair- their own qualifications for Modem Languages at Rollins of 1946 as Associate Professor of Orlando school children next 1
Home in Orlando. Mrs.. Walter Election of the new district the first time in many years the man will also address the as- character leadership and scholar- College will address the Senior Modern Languages and instructorof year. i
termatt. president of the Sixth president and nomination of delegates Department of Florida has the sembly. Florida's Girls' State will ship. High P-TA at 8 p Jnn Monday. A Viohncello
>District will preside and announces to the national convention privilege of entertaining the area be held at Florida State Collegeat native of Switzerland. Dr. Fischer The OHS Choristers under the S-Sgt. and Mrs. Charles G. J,
.the session will open at 9:30.ajn.i !will also take place. Mrs. Charles "C" employment rehabilitationand Tallahassee this Summer. Girls' Kruger Park a wild game pre- I studied abroad in Switzerland and direction of Mrs. Julia Campbell Stroud announce, the birth of a -
;.*i Each of the. 18 unit presidents 'Bradley is general chairman of child welfare joint conferenceof State is a program of Government serve in Africa is larger than France. will sing several st'lectionshieh daughter 5, at the Anita Louise on March
and, district chairmen will report the conference and Mrs. Kenneth, the American Legion and its education and is a splendid con- New Jersey. : During the war the professor were presented at the District- Orlando Air Base HospitaL -

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l. Col.R.L.Scott, r '''. Page 20 frrnltnrl-gtar Orlando, Florida, Marc i 9,_1947 New York for four years. She will. Antique Show This Wee7i''

""".;fL" .' ; )..... ... read her own poems accompaniedat
;! ';,Addresses r Miss McLeod ':>.: the piano by Bernadine Williamson : The Antique Show which opens
:; Fine ProgramScheduledj : at 10 am. Tuesday in the Expo-
sition Bldg. at the Fair Grounds
iKaley P-TA Married To Therese Kochendarfer contralto promises to be 0 as outstanding as
/ For will present her poetry. Sheis any of the past chows this being
A well-filled auditorium thrilled u fy a member of the Pittsburgh the sixth show sponsored by the

*:to the words or CoL Robert L. i'des Mr. Marshall\ >< Music Clijib Branch of the Poetry Society of Antiquarian The number Society of dealers of Orlando.taking

Scott Jr.. in his message on Living of of Great Britain and America. part and the full
In a setting arrangements I co-operation of
Democracy delivered to, the x. ,-' Poetry and Song will be the The
; white gladioli and tuberoses, musical setting for a poem I all assures the Antiquarians of a.
eHaley.- St. P-TA at their meeting dx.r4Tj theme of the Wednesday Music by Jessie Rittenhouse. will be fur- successful event Orlando is priv
I"last week. "America is the great- placed among fern palms and A.a Club for its meeting this week at nished by Lucia Hammond soprano Urged in being one of the four
.= test place the sun ever shone on lighted tapers and candelabra at r of Winter Park and Watch cities In the State to have the
the Sorosis House.
The work
: and our keyword for the future of
the First Baptist Church in Wau- Hill Rhode Island. show. Daytona Beach, Miami and
s.tomorrow; is production.Teach our local poets set to music by American St.
.chula recently Miss Dorothy VI- Members of the two Petersburg are the other cities
; and there is work to do. +
boys girls which feature
S will be stressed in this annual event.
composers societies
,'-Train youth to guarantee our i. -c leta McLeod daughter of Mr. and presidencies of There will be
o f ..... ,.. Mrs. Clare glass ware, china
with the Hanson
project; of the and Mrs.
peace. Col. Scott urged. :Mrs. Leslie McLeod of Wauchula silver. Jewelry, buttons and furni-
The meeting was opened by became the bride of Robert Justin ,.,n, National Federation of Music Agnes Works will be special guests. ture. Admission is fifty cents tax
representatives from the Girl and 4'i: .Marshall son of Mr. and Mrs. C. .:} < ;. Clubs to emphasize American :Mrs. C. W. Dariscn is social included.
chairman for .
Cub Scouts presenting the Colors ,5 S. Marshall of Eustis. The Rev. music. the meeting and -
? f followed by the singing of Amer- Otis W. Garland performed the '.J; Mrs. S. N. McKelvey will be hostess. -
ica. The devotionals were given : : double-ring ceremony. Mrs. Albert P. Massey professionally ABC

._ g by C. B. CaHoway. MRS. ROBERT J. MARSHALL Preceding the wedding proces- '''/,...,.,.'.., known as Maxwell Foster I Tickets may be obtained from DIAPER SERVICENew y
The room award for attendancewas sion Mrs. Thomas F. Curry ren- .X' Massey. member of the AmericanPen Mrs.G.. A. Clapham lDo'w{-
won by Mrs. S. S. Harris with former Dorothy McLeod dered the nuptial music with vocal ; ; Women will be guest artist. las G. Miller and Mrs. C. R. Accounts and Future !
percentage of 65 12. solos by Mrs. Percy Carlton. Mrs. 3' p Ayi Appearing for the first time in Miller. Winter visitors are welcomed Reservations Are Solicited
-.. Mrs. James Sewell sixth grade read by president Mrs. D. R. Man- Ralph Lott and George Herbert Orlando. Mrs. Massey has con-I by the president Mrs. John Te'.phone1171
mother. Miss Evelyn Long principal Carlton. The traditional wedding ducted her own radio program in C. Barber. ORLANDO WINTER PARK
and Mrs. S. S. Hams sixth solo followed by reception for CoL music followed. .
grade teacher were unanimously Scott in school lunch room where The bride given in marriage by + yC V! SSSSQOCiSOiX GOCOCGC** ... oo

elected to serve as nominating model airplanes were on display her father had as her maid of ..,l ..,
committee to recommend" officers honor her sister Miss Nell'Mc-
along with plaques owl tree and ..
i for the coming year. Leod. and as matron of honor Mrs. ;; :< .-
o Music was supplied by the newly dish gardens that won blue rib- Roy Ballantyne. The bridesmaids .
formed Orlando Male Chorus directed bons at the Central Florida Fair included Miss Pamela Martin of
by Mrs. Rose Marie Rossier. made by Brownie Troop No. 45. Bartow. :Miss Margaret Lee Nail
Mrs. Dorothy Morton Parks was of Ft. Meade Miss Margaret Pace ,
accompanist. Those participatingwere of Wauchula and Miss Heidi Mar- "
Civic Club Hears
: George Lamb Wm. Krause shall sister of the bridegroom of A :;r ..: )
Bill Bradner Forest Chambers. Talk On ChinaMrs. Eustis. A Jack Herzog "MasterpieceGay
Harry Kasper. Lewis S. Marshall of Orlando .
i Meeting was closed with poem Carl Steinbeck of Winter acted as his brother's best man '. <' :;;
Park was the guest speaker at the and Durfee Marshall another ..' .. ,v..,. ;;;>iiF ;
Altamonte Springs Civic Club I brother was groomsman. Ushers { ./ .
"" The Finest of Fine meeting and tea held at the Community included Leslie McLeod Jr.. brother ".':.+:;' ";. .. .'f butterflies preen their jewel-toned ,
: Shoe Repairing House in Altamonte this of the bade W. G. Wells Jr. of '"

Factory Shoe week. Her subject concerned her Tavares William Jones of Bartow, }, :.: :::.::: wings on shadow-black sheer crepe. ;
I! Dyeing life abroad in China. Charles Jamison of Birmingham.Ala. ; .:. --
., and Alfred Smith. MISS RUTH MARIAN ENRIGHT ';
tea the
\ SERVICE SHOE SHOP Hostesses for the were 39.75
The bride chose a gown of ivory
Mmes. H. E. Muensch John Man- her bethothal told.
: 1206 E. Colonial Drive satin fashioned with fitted bodice
:- f gan. D. J. Scott and O. W. Locke. accented by a short peplum. the ok Picopal straw bonnet with
full skirt of mousseline de sole
falling in folds to form a three- Miss Enright Will Be Bride
wide ribbon
x quarter length train. Her circularveil trim.

r r One More Day pliqued was medallions ornamented of lace with and ap- Of Caot. Emerv A. Bencinc. 2d.Mrs. I 12.00Use I
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? I adorned with white orchid with G. Crofton Enright of this Robert E. Bencini Jr.. brotherof
streamers of tuberoses and satin. city is today announcing the engagement the bridegroom-elect, will serve
i The bride's mother wore a gown of her daughter. Ruth as best man. Ushers will includeLt.
Our Lay-Away Plan J
t jr' COATSSUITS of aqua crepe with a corsage of E. B. Slevwright. Capt. H. L.
Marian to A. Bencini2d.
Capt. Emery
white gladioli and carnations Minton. Capt. Edward F. McGhee
while the bridegroom's mother U. S. Army son of Mr. and and Lt. James P. O'Callahan. 4I
12offDue chose a gown of black net over Mrs. Robert E. Bencini of HighPoint A reception will be held at the
satin and wore a corsage of N. C. The wedding date has Officers' Club Orlando Army AirBase I LY
r; gladioli and carnations been set for March 21. and the following the ceremony.
All of the bridal attendants
wore ceremony will take place at Know- Miu Enright. daughter of the
similar dresses of white net
les Memorial Chapel. Rollins Col- late
Dr. Enright
taffeta with elbow-length nuts
and identical flower arrangementsin lege.MaJ. physician of Yonkers N. Y. and 1
i T. E. Adams chaplain at granduated from Orlando Senior 1J
to the wonderful response to our sale Friday their hair.Following the ceremony a reception the Orlando Army Air Base Chapel High School and later attended :t1i4 J

and Saturday we are continuing the clearance was held at the home of will perform the ceremony. Dr. Rollins College. Capt. Bencini c.TL:
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the bride's parents. Presiding at Herman Siewert organist will graduated from Baylor University
: through Monday, to permit those of you who missedt' the bride's table -were the Mmes. render the program of nuptial Waco. Texas and has served in ( ;
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Latimer C. Farr Walter Pace music. the U. S. Army for five years;, .r.
this event an opportunity to visit and save. Robert Fisher Grady Burton the The bride-elect will have as her three years of which were spent
Misses Bette Fisher. Margy Garr matron of honor Mrs. Edward I overseas in the European Theater.He f
t and John Shirley. Mrs. J. E. Daw- Francis McGhee and as her is a member of the Delta Sig- 1 1's'
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door and Miss Gwendolyn Grain-
-1: d ts Elaine Rounds. Mrs. Clifton is stationed at the
OAAB. with
ger had charge; of the bride's book.
r Hinkel. and Miss Eleanor Taylor.i the Medical Corps
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall left on -
a wedding trip the bride travelingin t

))1 powder, and blue an suit orchid black corsage.accessories All-Star Sorosis Cast Ready Under New Management 131 N. Orange '

They will reside in Gainesville
It t -UlAt. where Mr. Marshall a graduate cf
() Presbyterian Junior College. Max- For Minstrel Show Tuesday

ton N. C., is attending the law '
t school at the University of Flor- Drama Day at Sorosis Tuesday Lewis Lewis Pottinger. Sam- RIck-
fi > 131 N. Orange ida.. He is affiliated there with afternoon at 3 o'clock will feature [er, Charles Goodman Jim Pitt- '
i the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. The Bandana Belles of ::.- t"
1947. a i man, R. K. Cole, Henry Killen H. a
All Sales Final Under New' The bride, a graduate of Wau-
Management ladies' minstrel with all-star
S. Strickler. H. R.
i. chula High School attended Flor- I Cloud Eric ,
ida State College for Women and cast composed of members of So- I Bishop. E. L. Reid John Baker t.

,Marshall Dendy J. R. Wells R.
f rosis.Mrs.
; Timothy Bond Merrill is M. Wetherell Robert Pleus Wal-
J Jt the pianist for the various chorus ter Bass. S. W. Cooksley. Victor 3bEL
Hutchins. O. H. Buttenhoff. David
t numbers and solo productions, Kochendarfer. Gaynor Wiggins
and'speclal music will be given by Harold Marsolf and Ford Rogers.
t ; the Senior High School Orchestra The Drama Department will
sponsor Mrs. W.' R.
Boone who
under the direction of Don Mc- 1
Ember. will give a two-day course in flower
f : i il Mrs. A. H. Smith. Jr.. and Mrs.L. arrangement on Saturday Mar. %d .
A. Blake are chairmen for the 15. and Monday. Mar. 17. at 10
o'clock at Sorosis. Mrs. Boone has ..
f day costumes and stage setting
completed the
will be arranged by Mrs. E. J. Al- courses required by
eks and Mrs. Clara Drake and the National Council of Garden
Ft CO Clubs which entitle her to be a
Mrs. James Horrell. drama chairman teacher. All members of Sorosis ,
will be in charge of make-
are invited to attend and anyone
up.The outside of Sorosis who is interestedmay P # _
r \ LUX-TESTED cast will include Mrs. A. T:
call Mrs. Boone and
arrangefor j
McKay. Mr. Mmes.W. A. PattUhall.J. Norman Interlocutor taking the course.
Door hostesses far Tuesday will
ri ? WASHABLE be Mrs. Tyn Cobb Jr.. and Mrs.
s p Howard College Birmingham. Charles Collins. Guest tickets will
Ala. where she was a member of be in charge of Mrs. C. W. Bank- /4e:
the Choral and Dramatic Club ston and Mrs. Allen Chandler. x
) and of the Alpha Delta Pi Soror- Flower arrangements will be In a fc _

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race of super-bison, with horns Sepp-Martin
more than 53 inches in width.
concert to be sponsored by Bnal
EngagementAnnounced H Benefit B'rith, program chairman. H. G.
Miller announced yesterday. This
is a benefit affair to raise funds
for the new Sunday School room
for Congregation Obey Shalom.
Mr. and Mrs. William Sepp ofth1.s
the Set Wednesday Appearing on the program also
city are announcing engagement -
f will
of their daughter. be Myer Sriader well-known
Jeanne Louise. to August Louis Y. ... Alphpnse and Katherine Carlo baritone who will be accompaniedat
Martin son of Mr. and Mrs. Ter- .; ? ",:' s .. professors of violin and piano at the piano by Walter Kimble,
Smart Clothes rance Martin, of Singac. N. J. talented organist. The fifth artist
Miss Sepp is a graduate of Or- the Rollins College Conservatoryof for the concert will be Bernard
for land Senior High School and is a ";' .; Music, will be heard Wednes- Firedland of Maitland. violinist
junior at the Missionary Training day at 8:15 pm. at Sorosis in a and pupil of Mr.Carlo.
Tots,and Teens: Institute at Nyack.N.Y.Mr.Mar- i ,f t
tin graduated from Singac Senior VY5w1
Irene Ramsey,Handmade High School at Singac. N. J.. and \ NTC
served as a radio operator duringthe w Ml NINA LEE: : of Florida
Originals are war in the European Theater dk
with the Army' Air Corps. At present ,
an exclusive''featurewith he is preparing for the min- .I; -q
istry at the Missionary' Training
Made of
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Exquisite materials. The wedding will take place the t .
latter part of August. # I
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smocked dresses ,
are FILM LIBRARY 1 '.......,,,, 441 f Park Ave., N.
most acceptable gifts PLENTY OF FILM X344a O

for Easter. PHONE z-nu .. M Winter Park ,

1825 Edeewater Drive s
19 W. Washington SL J Beii s's Camera. Shop will be heard here Wednesday in,a concert sponsored pianoteam by .

.-;: .; the B'nai B'rith, for the purpose of raising funds for a SundaySchool '

l '" room for Congregation Ohev Shalom. The Carlos have

won national as well as local acclaim for their musicianship, .
JUdY-Jim' and are well known for brilliant interpretations of the worksof
Preview of, Easter Fashions at the great masters.

For: Little Boys: 'White suits, white caps, MISS JEANNE LOUISE SEPP daughter.Betty Land; "Mrs.Dam-

sports blouses, socks in.all colors, light plans August wedding. Junior League rell kiss." Helen Joy Johnson.DR. Kessel.; "Mrs. Hotch-

and dark:"shades.
.::. Sponsors Play MIMS SPEAKING
for and'about Dr. Edwin MIms. visiting pro-
For Little Girls: Dresses and pinafores in eM1iJza17tMidaTCIDRIillE ChildrenThree fessor of English at Rollins College -
Easter Egg colors, ready made and hand will give the last of his lec.tures ,
on American Culture and
made, bonnets of organdie or straw, performances of "The Ad- Civilization when he speaks Mon-
white gloves and purses. \% : ventures of Huckleberry Finn" are day at 4 pm. on "The Interna- 1
scheduled at the Orlando High tional Mind in America" at the 1
Woman's Club of Winter Park.
By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor School Auditorium as the last of The series is a phase of the Rol-
this season's Children's Theater lins College adult'education
: The Judy-Jim Shop KROUSE a student at the Florida State College for Women pro-
ENID Series presented by the Junior:. gram.
recently elected president of the Beta Gamma chapter of the
382 N. Orange Ave. Tel. 21201Simpson's Beta Tau Alpha sorority for the year 1947-48. A Winter Park girl, League of Orlando. The Orlando ,
I she also has been initiated into Sigma Delta Pi national Spanish Senior High National Thespian DR. P. D. NAPIERCHIROPRACTOR ti t 1 11fl

honorary fraternity, and Los.. Dramatic Society under the direc- Srtcwt

.................................................,, Picaros, a social and cultural tion of Miss Mildred Murphy has NERVE SPECIALIST /
"Ours Alone"s Collection"First :
Spanish club at the college. F been In rehearsal for the past two I Complete X-
Requirements for membership ray Laboratory a 1 tS
weeks. In preparation for this hilarious 531 Cathcart St. Phone 29571DO
in Sigma Delta Pi are an "A" ,
s for Easter : grade average in Spanish and an .;: : ;::: : comedy in 3 acts writtenby CcteIi4* 4c
,, overall average of "B" full standIng 4'' Charles George. It is a faithful -
.rI in the junior and senior class dramatization of the Mark t tiutna
: also a required number of hours in .. Twain story. ,
iI 4 Spanish courses. So you can see The first performance will be YOU I HAVE ADIPSY
presented on Wednesday night.
that Enid is an outstanding ,
March 19. with the curtain rising :
r. student. at 8 pm. Since the auditorium' DOODLE?
This attractive blonde girl a
i .
has a seating capacity of only
Miami Beach Ft. Lauderdale Coral Gable
/ ri commercial arts major and a '
1500, adults and older children are
i i iI iI junior counselor in one of the encouraged to attend the evening
.. freshmen dormitories, is also editorof performance and smaller childrenas
The Fourth Torch, Methodist
II well as county children to see I
., student house newspaper and a the afternoon performance Thursday AT THE
II member of the Forum Committee. March 20. at 3:30 pjn. The I
., ,. final presentation will be given at I
r> c> r> 8 p.m, Friday, March 21.
I/ \ i r COMES FROM: Agnes There will be no reserved seats. WALK OVER SHOPOVERSTOCK
NEWS College in Georgia that The price is 25c for children and
'N 50c for adults, who do not hold
Orlando girls Dorothy Porter and

1I: I: Nancy the Inter-Fraternity Dendy recently Council attended dance ENID. receives KROUSE honors.at season The tickets.cast" includes: "Huckleberry SALELadies' '
Finn an all American boy
1 '. I Emory University. Nancy has been active in debating contests this -
Danny Gray; "Tom Sawyer. his
: ., : year and is entering the semi-finals at the Agnes Scott tournament.She pal. J. "
Hyde Crawford Jr.
Scott team, which took ;
of the Agnes
is second negative speaker
a Negro boy Wayne Estey; "The I
first place recently in the Georgia State tournament. Dot was invitedto Sheriff," Macauley Andrews; !
I'I the Sweetheart Ball at the U. S. Merchant Marine Academy on "Silas Phelps. a painter. Donald Low-Heeled Sling StylesY
Lowell Clement's bid recently, and she went to New York City for Phares: "Sally Phelps. his wife.
1" i FI .. this affair with a group of classmates staying at the Hotel Penn- Nancy Bruning; "Ella Mae Phelps"
1 sylvania. their daughter. Jane Kottmeier; '
; Ii 000 "Aunt Polly" Sally's sister. Shirley hY-we
.. .. AN.ATTRACTIVE EVENT of Thursday was the tea given by Mrs. Hurlburt; "Mammy" colored Y are overstocked on these styles! Being humanwe
i +li Arthur Pariser at her home on Delaney Park Dr. honoring her servant of the Phelps', Virginia are not perfect! We made a mistake and just bought too
1 s r mother-in-law Mrs. Jacob Pariser who is here from Pittsburgh.. Pa. English; "Gee Gee," his young many!
I, ri' r Assisting the hostess in entertaining more than 20 guests were the ,
,. Mmes. J. G. Friedland L. S. Frankel L. Royer. M. Luskin and M. BALDWIN IVERSPONDPIANOS Shipments of Spring shoes are due in and we just don't have
., Frachtman of New York City. room to put them!
i iI n o nMRS.
,, ,. P. W. LOGAN and small daughter. Nancy Marie of Phil- Authorized Refinishing; Sales A Repairing* Service These are all low or medium heel sling patterns of playshoe

,, .. are the house guests of Capt. and Mrs. Ward W. Rogers TUDIDeROBINSON type, many of which are termed "DRESSY FLATS."
Jr: of 2405 Reading Dr. Mrs. J. T. Kinderly of ThomasvUle. N. C., MUSIC CO.
531 N. Orange TeL C303 All standard nationally advertised brands such as Natural
has come here to reside with her daughter, Mrs. Ruth Robinson, and
II son Stephen. Mr. and Mrs. William Schak of New York City Bridge Springstep, Pierrettes, Desco and Harveys we
1r formerly of Orlando, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rich. are offering at nearly half price.
o o ofKDL. Orlando Self-Service Laundry

,, .. AND MRS. W. W. MILLARD were hosts at a dinner party this 924 N. Mini TeL 2-4477

,,. ,. VJ week complimenting Col. and Mrs. Leigh Wade, who are leavingfor "Tour Wash Day trill be a pleas- ALL SALES FINALNo
: r Miami to reside for two months; and Mrs. Wallace Scales of Los ant day when It's done the
I, .r Angeles. Cal, who Is the house guest of CoL and Mrs. Early E. W. G. E. Way!" No Refunds Exchanges No Layaways
Duncan. Dinner with Col.and Mrs.Millard Col. and Mrs. Wade and Use Our Automatic Dryers
.. Mrs. Scales were COL and Mrs. Duncan Gen. Leo A. Walton and Lt.
,1 II Col. and Mrs. Dean Eschelman. COLORS AND MATERIALS-Dark brown alligator calf or suedine, tan.calf,
n o n IMBER'SJewelry brown gaberdine calf trimmed, black gaberdine patent trimmed black suedine I
II rr\HE NEWS SPOTLIGHT falls on another Florida State College black patent, black or blue calf honey beige calf and silver fabric..

rf J[ for Women student, sophomore Margaret Ann Marshall. daughter & Gift Shop I
J 01 the C. Jack Camps of Orlando. Margaret Ann has been.made a .
i iS representative of the"Kappa Alpha Theta chapter at the college to $4.95 Group :
S Marquise chooses Forsttnann's : attend the national convention scheduled March 20 in Nashville,Tenn. EASTER CARDS I

i virgin wool Milateen uses : GIFT ITEMS Dark Brown Alligator Calf, Tan Calf Black Patent I
Garden Club Plans I DR. ROBERTSON CONGRESS and Honey Beige Calf. Formerly $8.95. I
I soft draping and casual fluid Dr. Don C. Robertson Is attend- FOR THATFARTICLTLAR i
Flower Show This WeekThe i ing the Southeastern Surgical FRIENDor
S lines to create an extremely

different coat. $110SJMPSONS Winter Park Garden Club is : Congress which meets In Louisville. HOME: $3.95 Group i'l
/ rI sponsoring a benefit flower show Ky. March 10 to 12. He will receive .

i ri i Wednesday and Thursday of this the certificate of fellowship 2207 COLLEGE EDGEWATER: PARK DR. I 'y Black Patent, Black Gaberdine with !

1 I week from 2 to 5 pjn. each day at during the convocation services. I Patent Trim,Tan Crushed Kid,Brown i I
the Winter Park Women's Club. Gaberdine with, Calf Trim.
Wednesday night there will be a Ii
i fashion show featuring bridal attire Plain Jacquard Drapery I Formerly $6.95 i i '
r at 7:30 p.m. Admissions to 1
: the flower show entitle the pur- Material
chaser to attend the fashion show
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1 1.95 Ij:

.. SPRINGS 90 COIL 90 COILHELKALTIED FINEST Black Patent Black Calf, Blue Calf ,H
.. Black or Dark Brown Suedine, and //11
: Silver Fabric.
FULL OR TWIN $12.75 $13.75 $19.75OUR Ruffled Curtains !i V

rl .ii Formerly $4.95 to $6.95 I I II

2/i Yards Long J/J K'i" \I' I
i 76" to 88Widelo ::-.l'l.f\ HIGH GRADE GOLDSMITH "SHU-MATE" BAGS 1 L Price i! I

Gas Raises Hoi Plates Electric Fans l 11+. Black PateirtPlastics/ A Few In Dark Brown /2
The Pair- ,
Elect.' Wafer Healers bees Vacuum Cleaners i I I

Electric Toasters ,Electric Healers Ice Trays White & Colors \ lV/I\/ \ STORE HOURS: ':Z' AM. TO.5:31 P.M. I

Record Plrla.lll1a.ils BaH'y& Elect. Radios 11t.
Players .. 4.50 Pair ;n ORLANDO BOOT SHOP r


FURNITURE v MJ Offrdtfr"'it'\ [Walk Over."Boot Shop] ,

The Curtain Shop 64 N. Orange! Ay.... Beacham" Theatre Block { :

Dealers of Badcock Furniture litl! 2U

42-48 N. Garland Phone 2-3471 16 S. Main St. Phone 6213 U I


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'c '1ZRPLECE TRICK -= x. : P -- -- .Page 22 alt t Satftag! &rttt! rl-&tar Orlando, Florida, March 9, 1947
Miss\ Morey\ a.
Novel Idea for a centerpiece.

din a glass bowl with a curved t ; .
: t F.n. sa k Tomlinson-Burns
Plans ;
AprilWeddil1g Engagement
jurface with water.-Add one tea- 5 &ji< .

s iQOon citric baking acid soda crystals one and teaspoons three HereMr. ff ;: ... Announced Today By Parents

>to five mothballs for each cup of and Mrs. Charles W. Moreyof Mrs. Vesta W. Tomlinson of She was' later on the staff of
water The chemical reaction of Winter Park announces the en- I general headquarters of the Army
baking soda and citric acid will this city announce the engagement .,f' gagement of her daughter Margaret Air Forces in Panama and is now

keep the moth balls moving from of their daughter Mary Elizabeth vt" ','' < White to Walter Burns son on the secretarial staff of Cornell
the bottom of the bowl and back: to Virgil E. Marchand.son + of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Bums, University where she is also! taking -

for about two hours. The curved of Mrs. O. L..Marchand and the t'0 ; of Scotia. N. Y. several courses.
> w Miss Tomlinson. who is a graduate Mr. Burns is a graduate of the
late Mr. Marchand of Logansport.Ind. <- of the Winter Park High Scotia High School and was attending -

M. Kessler i: x. Y., School. majored in business administration Iowa State University
The bride-elect graduated from i r and economics &t where he became a member of
Optometrist Orlando Senior High School with j :xv Rollins College from which' she Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity
1- the class of '41. and is at present i was graduated in the class of 1945. when he entered the armed serv-
and Main Arcade employed by -the First National She is a member of Alpha Phi. na-
.. ] Pose MM Bank of Orlando.Mr. g i I aatwer can Z-ZMf Marchand graduated from L j I taking an important part in social Army Air Forces. He is now with
Logansport Senior High School in > .. and scholastic activities at Rollins the American Locomotive Co. in
Logansport. During the war he t' )J including the Chapel Commutes, the Diesel Research Laboratory,
served for three years as a staff ; jj_ : e1.z ? she was listed in "Who's Who of at Schenectady. N. Y.
EXPERTWATCH sergeant in the U. S. Army in the American" Colleges and Universities. The marriage will be an eventof
REPAIRING South Pacific Theater. He Is em- < early Summer.
I Specializing In Swiss and Amer- ployed by the Cudahy Meat Pack- i iL 8
ican Watches. 8 Days Service. ing Co.
The wedding will be an event of v
ORLANDO JEWELRY April 18, the plans for which will .
256 S. Orange. Corner Jackson be announced later. ; : WHY WAIT ?
; ; .
t .tt yFaw vy y Vi

surface of the bowl magnifies the ti, : l

JAMES BORELLOf size place of the the bowl moth on balls a mirror and if you you : y Delivery/ Now!

Academy Music get twice the effect. This center- < r> ti

OffersACCORDIAN piece is even more interesting if :
INSTRUCTION the water is colored with a little : HOUSEHOLD NECESSITIESElectric

vegetable coloring. Float a fewflowers :1
131 Lake St. TeL 545 1cJ fi
on top.VENETIAN 'H Le j' .__ i Range and Water Heaters s .


ALUMINUM. STEEL. WOOD I .bride-elect of Virgil Marchand. Home Freezers by York and Phllco .T J

Terms as low as .... per month Electric Irons by Universal. G. E. and Proctor :g%

PIa_ 1-41n Vacuum Cleaners by G. E. Premier and Royal '
101 Eo ltaley

I plans early Summer wedding. Toasters Coffee Makers. Roasters, Pressure Cooker


PLANNINGNOME Duke Ellington Philathea Class
Ia Your House. .
rnrmltnrt For Every Room ,
Here Has Luncheon
COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS Playing 428.430 N. Oran;. Are.

fREE DECORATOR SERVICER. March 29thDuke The Philatbea Sunday School We Install-We Service-Phon* 2-2514
class of the First Methodist

31. KELLEY. DECORATOR Ellington, genius of mod- Church enjoyed a luncheon Thurs-

ern American music who bringshis day at the home of Mrs. R. H.
:t.S .. Marsh 1055 Lancaster Dr.
OSPECIAL famous orchestra to the Coli-
-HOffif I { ;: lA .; The devotionals were lead by

r.. seum Saturday March 29. for a Miss Buna Mason. When the 1III Get Them At BUMBY'S III1 .
,, public dance, has been one of the I secretary called the roll members ,

't bJRAN'JE" AVE great figures In this field for almost responded by naming their native

A two decades. State, which revealed the fact

--:... Ellington opened a little Harlem that nine different States were
spot called the Kentucky Club in represented In the class.
1 The matter of help in the Gen-
1923 and soon the city's Jazz enthusiasts -
3.t were spreading glowing eva area, as presented by Bishop
: NOTICES ; Garber was discussed and a plan
reports about it. Later Zieg-
aid could be
feld featured him in "Show Girl" outlined whereby '

i in which the orchestra debuted sent.The .
t7 following were present:
1 i George Gershwin's "Concerto inP" :
LIMITED as a ballet to which Harriet Mmes: J. B. Haughton Edna made of loom-woven fiber
Brewer, L. C. Vining. J. C. Lewis,
Hoctor danced. With Maurice instead of splint. Verysmooth
) AMOUNT OF STERL- Chevalier he did a show on Broad- S. C. Shorette. Carl L. Wright and exceptionally
Etta R. H. E.
Bogart Marsh E.
way, and his orchestra toured the
I Larson. H. J. Hannigan. C. W. sturdy and durable. Interior -
ING FLATWARE IN country in vaudeville. In Hollywood -
Stokes, C. B. Burckhalter. V. J. lined with smooth
Ii he made several films, including -
II Grauten. Lillian Coolman, Vir-
} THE FOLLOWING "Cabin In the Sky. In flat fiber.
ginia O'Neal W. N. Blackwood,
1933 he made a successful European
PATTERNS II Samuel Tooker Estrella I.. Coe,
: concert tour, repeating this
I I II Martha A. Curtis, Annie Porter,
procession again in 1939. $7.95 kV'A133
I All W. G. Hammond. Katherine Wilson -
I Candlelight '. Old Master Rambler Rose MISS WINIFRED KATHLEEN HARRIS writing songs years which Ellington have given was Roy C. Boatman. Robert stocked
I '. > ,1.1e
him the
bride-elect reputation as one of Am-
II Old Lacy Silver Flutes -:.; .. Chantilly I -I- is erica's foremost composers ,and ; also the Misses Buna Mason. .14 hood.
I I It 1 his hits Include "Do Nothin Till Louise Unger Sadie F. Hoose and

t King- Edward Lyric -, Prelude j Miss Winifred Harris Apopka You Hear From Me" "Don't You Gertrude Matchett.
Know I Care "I Didn't Know
: Enchantress .Spring Glory I. i About You and "rm Beginningto Episcopal Guilds 2inIWalkerStroller

Will Be Married\ to 1\1\ ,.. Demarv' See The Light." Meet This Week .

if Sale"in Sets also by the Single Piece I I Of interest In Central Floridais in the offices of Dr. F. S. Kott-. The various guilds of the Woman's : % .

Mail Oders Will be Given Prompt...tention.ow i iI the announcement being made meier In Orlando. Student thedral Auxiliary of St. Luke's Ca-
III today by Mr. and Mrs. Winifred I Mr.Demary now a senior dental will meet on Monday at 3p.m. n 5 Spring toipeniion, rubber 4
as follows: St. Cecelia's
I j Goldston Harris of Apopka of the I student at the Georgetown University '
tired H" wheels .fldln
I Party SetThe with Mrs. R, K. Cole, 127 E. New
of their : School of Dentistry, graduated -
engagement younger
Hampshire Ave.; Eola Guild with handle. Extra wide Ie pre
I I LAWTON'S"Florida's: : daughter Winifred Kathleen to I from Mount Assumption before Institute third of a series of parties the :Misses Anna A. and ElizabethH. ::.f vent tipplnr. Others $1.95"I
Cleatus John Demary, only son of in Plattsburg -
i iI Rand 5 N. Osceola
in given this year for Junior high St.: Lucerne .
of Saint Michael's College
Mr. and :Mrs. B. J. Demary
I II I school students from the Memo- Guild with Mrs. Leroy B. Giles
Plattsburg. N.Y. Burlington. Vt., where he received -
rial. Cherokee and St. James 539 S. Delaney St.; Park Lake
Finest Jewelry Store"1st : The bride-elect attended Apop- his Bachelor of Science de- $9.95
Guild with
Schools will be held Friday from Mrs. Ruth Roseberry.
ka schools and upon graduation gree. He is a member of the Psi x s
I Nat'l Bank Bldg. TeL 2-3143 ) from the high school entered Omega Fraternity. 7:30: to 10:30 pm. in the City 314 Harwood Ave. s
Note The
I : Cathedral Guild has
: 1' Georgetown University School of I Plans for the wedding, which
H R- Alexander changed its hour of meeting
: Nursing in Washington D. C. At will be an event of June have not recrea-
tion through the Lenten
chairman and Mrs. William season to 4
she is dental assistant been completed.
present a Folding
Jane: program chairman of Me- o'clock In order to permit the
morial Junior High School Parent- members to attend the 5 o'clock F-T} k tya
i The Rev. William Hargis UNITY CHURCH SCHEDULEMrs. Teachers Assn.. have planned entertainment Evening Prayer service in the Ca- Ironing Board .
iJ Stuckie will be for the evening. thedral.St. .
i'I J /. Preaching Here TodayThe There will be games, with prizes Elizabeth's Guild will' meet
LS guest speaker at Unity Church, and dancing to the music of Jimmy at 10.am. Wednesday with Mrs. Newest metal leg and brace

Rev. William M. Hargis 503 S. Orange Ave., this morningat Wilcox's orchestra. Refresh- Oliver Joe Bailey 822 Park Lake type.>> Complete with rover. =s foih '
rector of St. James Episcopal the 11 o'clock service. Her ments will be served. :Mrs. Jane Ave.; St. Martha's Guild does not
Church Leesburg, is exchanging has arranged a program of musi- meet this week.S.r Very rid and sturdy. -
STAPLERS STAPLES pulpits today with the Very Rev. I topic will be the "Power .of cal entertainment which Includes ----- y 5 ,; S
Melville E. Johnson at St. Luke's : Prayer. accordion numbers by Wayne I y t; s

Cathedral for the 11 o'clock service Other activities for the week Estey solo dances by Peggy Jo $4.50 r44 :
The Rev. Mr. Hams who is Patrick and Carolyn States. Mrs.J. .y;
a member of the Diocesan Com- are as follows: Monday, 10 ajn. B. Slemmons, finance chairman, I ,

mittee appointed for the purposeof "Class in Lessons in Truth; announces that tickets will be on
advising the members of the "Christian sale this week at the three schools.
Monday 8 class
Episcopal Church of the need of
parents are invited to
subscribing to the Presiding Bish- Healing"; Tuesday, 10 ajn, class Yard tI
op's Fund for World Relief, will "The Twelve Powers of Man"; Birth Clothes Hampers Folding
d preach on the subject of "The Alleviation Wednesday; 8 pm. class. "Mysteries Announcement

of Suffering in Foreign of John"; 'Thursday 8 p m.. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Rogers of 1 $5.95 and $6.75 CLOTHESDRYER
Lands." Lenten class "Teach Us to Pray." 247 S. Mills St. are announcing

Nilll Each class will be preceded bya ,' the arrival of a son. born March

The nation's farmers are in the 30-minute prayer service. Fri- 7, at the Florida Sanitarium. ." market for 4 million electric motors day at 2 p.m.. there will be a book Mr. and Mrs Sam Farzaroli are Clothes Baskets ..

farm electrification officials review and tea. Daily prayer serv- announcing tfce birth of a son S'eur choice fAll
Woo or AllMeUL $17.50 I
estimate. ice Is at noon, and 3 o'clock. born March 7 at the Florida Sani- $2.25 and $3.75


:Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Kramer of 1 .

Route 19, Orlando
are the par-
I ents of a daughter, Linda Faye. CHILD'S SWING r AH Metal. TFOn $9.95

i born March: 6 at the Florida Stand

Sanitarium.Mr. .
SAVES TIME IN OFFICES and Mrs. B. L. Boyd of

Lockhart are the parents of
its exclusive channel loads a
open '
baby girl, Gayle Lorraine, born X886
In just 4 seconds.This Swing line stapler COOPER'SMusic
March 5 at the 'Florida
: adds trouble-free, smooth working efficiency Sanitar-
-- AVf. s-
V Store I
to any office, factory !school I ium.Mr.
or home!t () lANI.> OPreEaster and Mrs. J. A. Giddens are
t r 20 W. Choir St.
announcing the birth of a son.
I -" I James Austin Giddens Jr.. born ( Phone 46J2 a 1947 .
March 4. Mrs. Giddens is the
former Mildred ORLANDO WINTER ?ARK
of this
keeps papers, recipes. letters I city. -
nt repairs, tacks pins! Schoolchildren : J t
L Mr. and Mrs. Adrien J. Wahl- .
love it makes their homework .
neater: too! And together with oerg 01 Z5o8:;:; ; E.: Jefferson St.. are
those non-clogging 100% round wire announcing the arrival of a
Bwlnttlme staples. Swingline's the t daughter born March 5 at the
: speediest stapling team. ,'J 1 -7 Florida Sanitarium. The child
has been named Martha Lee
HEAVY DUTY POST WAR Beauty SpecialsReg. Wahlberg.Mr.. and Mrs. Reginald F. Moffat :

CHROME MODEL $10 Machine Oil i are the parents of a daughter,

DEEP THROATEDPrice .. Permanent _. ._$6.50 Marian Gail born March 4 at the
of Stapler includes 5000 staples K Florida Sanitarium. :Mrs. Moffat EXPOSITION BLDG. W Livingston
and tax POSTPAID. Reg. 12.50 Machine Oil is the former Marian McElroy of Grounds .

t Permanent _______$7.50 this city. r-
our We Specialize in Helene CurtisJo. Mr. and Mrs. Llndsey de i

CHECK/WITH Kelly Cold Waves at All Times $10 Up Guehery.2600 Via Tuscany.Winter March 11 ThruMarch 14

for ITDOSlUir Rt''!. Sham & Set $1.25; Manicure 75e' Park announce the arrival of a .'
SF.w IN :,
I son Lindspy Elliott. born March
Facials S2.50: -Hair Dyes $5.00
Cut 50c-*!.!. EXPERT OPERATORS' 1 at the Orange :Memorial Hos OPEN Tuesday 10.A.M'and DAILY 10 A.M. to .1 10 P.M. Closing Friday 6 PJYU
-:APPOINTMENT' :' :' NFCFSS\R\ pital. Mrs. E.L.Brown of Chester" ,
:J1lO'ltJl $1u.c1Jd OPEN EM-MNGS BY APPOINTMENT:' Neb.. :Mrs. de Guehery's mother is All Articles :
La France SalonConsult here visiting the familY. Managed By -- Sponsor'By
Beauty Miss Alta WrightOrlando. Antiquarian*Society

PHONE 8158 13 s. MAIN ST. A new mine locomotive headlight Ha. FOR SALE Of Orlandoa
138 N. Orange Are.
which projects a beam 550
Central Florida's Largest Dealer in Office Equipment Phone 2-3013 Jefferson Court Building-Cp-Stairs feet, increases mine visibility by

83 per cent.

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Daily ,, \ one without can make starting the- simplest some- V/intar i Park NeivsEr I Orlando, Florida, March 9, 1947 JTljr fcraifcag fcrttttttrl-S-iar Page 23

They can go to the mat .: .. .
Worst Famous Editor at 4 pm. at the Winter Park Con
politics or or the MARGARET GREEN Telephone Winter.. Pork 233 ? I
or the baby's formula or Hours: 11.12 and 4-5 Monday through Frtdoy : .p::.A.: ::,v :Nl. \ Speaking Thursday gregational Church.Dr. .
wa Hamilton Holt president of
To new hat of the woman next >>.
arr Henry Goddard Leach. famous i Rollins College will give the ninth
Nothing is too big or too Dr. Hanna Plans Winter ParkBrevities ., American editor will speak on lecture on March 20. speaking on
By for them not to get into a a,; "Scandinavia versus American "The United Nations and World
The greatest argument over its and it ends O <' 'I Government." while a lecture by
with the wife in tears and the : Democracy" in the eighth'of the Hugh F. McKean. director of the
peace and banging the door behind John Martin series of lectures on Morse Gallery of Art. win com-
wolf nor the siren. as he goes forth to find some- P-TA DiscussionWINTER WINTER PARK-The ;fs Ly a. international relations. Thursday plete the program on March 27. -
public ; ,
spat in which so he can talk to who.will yes- hearing regarding Center St. will .'s. ? ..

couples indulge him. be held Tuesday at 7:30 p-tn. at b, :F
homes causes A husband and wife can scrap ; PARK Dr. Kathryn the City Hall .o- x. COLORFUL EXOTIC
more the altar to the divorce court Abbey Hanna. who will addressthe
, :orphans more combined session of the High Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carr who .
the grave over each other's lit- have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. ,: r.K'Lvu SHELL JEWELRY
School and Elementary PAs
... more hearts than peculiarities and tastes and on
Thursday evening in the High W. C. Weckerle for two weeks 4
deadly sins without getting any re School Auditorium will discuss a have returned to their home in Exquisite Examples of .

There Are except hard feelings and matter of vital interest to all taxpayers Philadelphia. ,.,, ...
who ,,
and wives
of the affections. Most .t y t : THESHELLCRAFTERSARTSPECIAL
: and especially to those Former Ambassador and Mrs. :
I be ideal marriages I couples come in time to whose children are in Florida pub- Alexander Weddell. who have had Yh
less quarrels. i this and the futility of ar- lic schools. Mrs. Clifford Scott's house at .v SHELL EARRINGS: PAIR
word is the with each other. They see Following Dr. Hanna's talk, Webster and Old England Aves.
it is ruining their happiness there will be a period of open dis- I during the Winter have returnedto Don-Dee Shellcraft Industries
they claim they can't help it: cussion with questions from the their Richmond Va.. home. .+eD'
it will be tidings of great joy floor. An invitation is extended toaD Mrs. Livington S.tebbins and .. ISO N. ORA.\GE ORLANDO IN THE ARCADEA
the victims of this pernicious persons interested to attend. Mrs Mabel H, Kirk will leave Complete Assortment of Supplies for the Shellcrafter
PARK'k to learn that a remedy for The meeting will begin at 7:45: Wednesday for Washington to attend -
has been found.It pjn. with a short business session a national conference of the < "
preceding Dr. Hanna's talk.Today's Unitarian Alliance.Women's ,
is the WATER CURE. A
Missionary Society of
of this column, who has
the Baptist Church will meet .
this momentous discovery Pattern
Thursday at 11 am. for a Weekof
who offers it for free to aU Prayer service. Circle 1 will TheGIFTSHOP

couples afflicted with the have charge of the morning program -
ing complex says: and Circle 2 the afternoon
"For many years my wife and program. A covered dish luncheonwill at 32 East Columbia Ave.
kept ourselves in a turmoil over I be served at noon. off Kohl near Orange Memorial Hospital
about trifles about which / h Because of the Garden Club's GIFTS
one of us really cared. We / Flower Show on Wednesday and

many a midnight quarrel that / i / Thursday at the Woman's Club TEA ROOM
leave us sleepless. Finally / / Bldg., there will be no meeting of ..
j Lunch
11 to 2
:M :00
: / the club there Wednesday morn-
agreed that the next time we Dinner-9:00 to sac

a fuss we would not say a j / ing. On Friday afternoon chairmanof Mrs. 'A SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER 11:30 A.M TO 8:00 P.M.
William Trufant Foster ..
for five minutes and we >, ,,
I the department of literature r a w HUGH BRUMMERT ANNE BRUMMERT
drink water
'I just until we i / will present Prof. William B. y.f .
off. The remedy worked / ,
i Whitaker in poetic readings.Mrs. :::"
and since then we have
&' H. L. Fearing and Miss
together In such peace and Gwen Fearing have sold their .>a:: .
that we are known to Rosemarie Tea Room in the Hol- .
of our acquaintances as the O loway Block to Mr. and Mrs. Sher- :as< s Complete line of

couple." 1, man Peiffer of Orlando and will ., Hospital and Sick Room Supplies I
Let not the unbeliever scoff at leave shortly for Dublin. N. H. :

WATER CURE. I, for one y/ where they own the historic Dub- ;. TuaseaSupports Crutches I
perfect faith In its efficacy iiij / lin Inn which they now will oper- Y.
Theivsic I there is nothing else that takes /% ate the year round. ,.. .. .. Wheel Chairs and Hospital Beds

spunk out of the belligerent ; The pow-wow speaker Tuesdayat MRS. FRANCIS E. McGHEE Sales and Rentals

humbles the self-assertive like ij the University Club will be is the former Marian Hyde Buffmgton daughter of Mrs '
dripping wet. No doubt ii Edwin G. Hastings, who will dis- 8 :/iOm ""Olt & C.TAL
Ali Part would apply inwardly as well cuss "Environment and Cheese Helen B. Buffmaton of this city, and her marriage to Copt

Phone outwardly for no one would ; and How Various Kinds are Produced McGhee, USAAF, son of Mrs. F. A. Baumeister of Poplar Bluff, -. ,. PImICWIS ANO lit

WINTER care to indulge in a hot argument ." On Friday Dean Henry M Mo, was an event of this week at the Orlando Army Air Base LUOAATOCT SUPPUU ANe 1PIo ITJlI.

whose tummy was filled up with / Edmonds on "A will Holiday speak Junket.at the .powwow Chapel Following the ceremony a reception and dance was ..4tr..; al..

ice water. Nothing modifies our i There will be a Friendly Hourat held at the Officers' Club After a wedding trip to West Palm 329 No. unnce Uriando Phone '7253 2-4259 .

opinions like having. them wet- .r f ';% y/ the University Club Saturdayat Beach, the couple will reside in this city.WSCS .
/ I Ix 8 pm. in the clubroom for new

I ii members. I
i The Junior Flower Show at the
\ Elementary School Tuesday from CircleMeetings STEEL:

t 3. to 5 pjn. will be open to the 24-Hour Service Systems Installed
Restaurant I
Equipment } public. There will-b9 seven classesin Set Since 1932 Anywhere
which all youngsters are invitedto SASH
:, compete. They include flower I I
; 8126 \ Circle meetings for the Women's
arrangements, doll tables, dish !
; ,4..r, 11.18 gardens and terrariums shadowboxes Society of Christian Service of the ft 1

specimens grown from First Methodist Church will be .
Range with Oven. 6 burners and Griddle _$192.00. ) JLML3; DATE seeds, named wild flowers, and Circle I II
: held this week as follows: SPECIAL.Closing ,
Wide bands of contrasting fabric cigar-box scenes. Blue ribbon
20 to 75 Gal. Gas Water,Heaters-Deep Fat Fryers highlight this stunning date frock ners from this show will be exhib- I 1, Mrs. A. D. BentleY. leader As-
for the junior miss. The long ited in the Garden Club's Flower bury Hall, March 10. 3 PJIU 2, Out One +
Show which will begin the follow- with Mrs. 1 1
REACH-IN Freezers waisted effect is particularly nice I Mrs. Clyde Blomley
ing day.
Combination for a slim youthful figure. A honeyof Lot of
Harry Hopkins, 8 E. New
Marsh Smith and his
Refrigerators Beverage and Dry By Dr. I i
a dress. brother-in-law, Norton Lockhart: Ave.. March 10, 2:30'pm..
Storage Coolers Pattern No. 8126 is for 11 I MIRRORSAt ,
have presented the BealMaltbieShell I I Circle 3, Mrs. W. H. Garmany 1 ,
12, 13, H. 16 and 18. Size 12, 3 1-4 with fine collection ,
Museum a
with Mrs. A. lid Turner Jr. 1611 Cost
yards of 35 or 39-inch; 3-8 yardof of shells purchased in Ceylon.
S. Mills St., Mar. 10. 3 pjn. 4.
contrast. assembled 75 years ago. Some of
APPLIANCES INC. For this pattern, send 25 cents, these will make up a special dis- Mrs. C. L. Gisler. Volunteer Class I II *

in coins, jour name, Address, play at the Museum this week. I I room Mar. 18, 7:30 pjn. 5, Mrs.D. .

'438-430. Orange Ave. size desired and the pattern num- The young people of Winter J. Mason, chapel, Mar. 10, 3 I GLASSFor
Phone Red Andrews Phone 2-2514 ber'to Sue Burnett Orlando Morn- Park churches plan to sponsor an- I
ing Sentinel. 1150 Ave. Americas other Easter Sunrise service this pjn. 6, Mrs. George Persons with

New York 19, N. Y. year and a meeting is called for 4 Mrs. W. H. Lawrence 1651 West- Every Need

The Spring issue of Fashion pm. today at the Methodist Chester, Mar. 10, 3 pm.
will delight you with its wealth of Church to discuss the proposal. I I I Circle 7, Mrs. C. S. Radebaugh, AnytimeAnywhere
sewing suggestions for every home Mrs. Charles MacDowell was with Mrs Lacy Johnson. 1315 De- We Will Do Your Glazingor BRINGS NATURAL GAS
dressmaker. Special fashions by elected president of the Woman'sClub laney St. Mar. 10, 10:30: a-in. 8.
for the coming year at the Mrs. C. W Stowe, with Mrs. Giles Sell You the Glass.
HEW! POWERFUL! charts top-notch free designers printed pattern, personality in the annual luncheon-meeting Friday Lewis. Mar. 11, 12 noon, covered TO YOUR HOME OR BUSINESSFor

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Mary L. Knapp. recording secre- R. Wells with Mrs. O. B. Rade- :
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Vincent, treasurer and Mrs. W. W
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Wolff, assistant treasurer. Mrs. N. 10, 10:30 am.Choir .
B Newell was elected to honorary i THIS WEEK: :

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The program which Richard Plans t......................
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will gregational present Church tonight will in the begin Con-at'' ProgramThe RELIABLE PAINT Natural Gas and Appliance Co.

7:30 pjn. opened to the public.

There is no admission charge, but I Junior Choir of the First AND GLASS ORLANDO, SANFORD
proceeds of an offering will go toward -
/ providing bedside radios for Presbyterian Church under the 102 W. PI\E ST. 1249 N. Oran e Ave. Fla. State Bank Bid*.
all veterans' hospitals. Maxwell direction of Mrs. J. Wayne Reitz Phone 4678 Phone 1252

was "John" on the Seth Parker will be in charge of the music for PHONE 5627

program. the worship service today at 7:30
When Miss Anne Kyle shows

Piano lessons Become her "Glimpses of a Lost World"tomorrow pm.Members of the choir are as follows -
evening at the Congre- : Suzanne Bailey Betty Jo
Free lessons With Our gational. Church, there will be mo- Benzing. Tommy Black. Nancy It Follows Every
x tion pictures of Italian and Ger- Clark. Nara-Lee Crawford Jane
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Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Hill who Joslin Sarah Diane Karraker
have spent the Winter with their Charles Kottmeier Janice Marz
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'. 1'Horses Make Trip r Page 24 Ufa{ 0tmfcig &rnttnrl-&tar Ol,ando, Florida, March 9, 1947 Wife Admits TWO Vet Students t Dudley Sims Jr.. 24, of Mobfl

Bint Police said, George BouloukM,
MIAMI [ZAP] Saida and

'Xchdor. gift horses from the King I Mate :'ill!.ed by AutoTUSCALOOSA Birmingham. freshman was being

f..nd finance minister of Saudi y.qihy: -0A, Sa Harvester Plans Killing By held on a manslaughter'charge as
Ala. UPI] Two driver of the auto
; \Arabia, ended a 10,000 mile aerial
.,>f'S, tir%> {;u&.' StrangulationDENVER University of Alabama students,
t age here yesterday
'Y..XSay ? both veterans were killed yesterday -
'the'Bechtel' ''property of Oakland.of Miss Calif.Barbara rr Price Reductions 28. mother I of UP two] Mrs.children Lena Vosik.con- In front of Sigma Nu fratern- n n"'

v kx YwGl, fessed yesterday she strangled her ity house when hit by an auto' ..nu."
} ,INGRAM & INGRAM y.: ;;. CHICAGO UPI International husband. Felix, also 28. with one allegedly driven by another student REPAIR SERVICE

Harvester Co. farm of her silk stockings.Mrs. veteran.
( leading equip-
;. Y'y ,: ,' ,ei ment maker yesterday announced Vosik at first claimed she The dead were: Harry (jasper, I SOUTHERN MUSIC
i I Successor to MEAD'SNlcbU. I plans for price reductions designed and her husband made a suicide 132 N. Orantt TeL MT
(1"1 Montgomery, and Marion
' pact. She told authOrities that
: Sudan. Holiday Hit to save customers an estimated!
IN N. Ormaxe AT*. Pose S3S4 3yr $20 million annually. after he strangled himself she lost
her nerve and "couldn't go
Fowler McCormick board chairman "
through it.
called the reductions, effective -
Police said she changed her
i >.. before April 1, a "policy"move HearREV.
story when confronted with the
: and said they were contem- i
The Whistling Oyster
evidence that morphine had been
plated "because we believe thereis
found in her husband's body. I .
nothing more important to this
Then, detectives said she
country than to lower the pricesof
H' the goods that people buy." resa blamed Ritter.her mother Mrs The- I Harry Moore

: The move he cautioned wouldbe Later police said she withdrewher I
contingent upon three fae- accusation and admitted she Evangelist
I ton. They were: Provided that had drawn the stocking tightly
G, $y present negotiations with unionsare around her husband's neck while *
$ settled"on a moderate basis; he was under the Influence of the
: >..' that there are no strikes and drug. March 5 thru 16
that the prices for the goods
which Harvester buys are not I
increased.If CHIROPRACTIC HEALTH Services each evening at
Really Fine Gifts SERVICEDr. 7:45: P.M. [Except Satur
any of these go wrong he
--- added. Harvester might have to H. T. UthlautChtropnctor day]. Sunday Services
Jensen Silver-Marghab Linen MEMBERS OF MENTAL HYGIENE COMMITTEE Martin chairman of the CWPC mental .
; I increase prices of its major lines- 10:45 A.M. and 7:30: P.M.
SpodeWedgwoodCastletonSwedish of Community Welfare Planning Council hygiene group.Mrs. Ruth Stewart Allen, press tractors farm machinery motor T1S Phone4166 W. Colonial Dr.
Crystal Mark Cross trucks and industrial equip *
and radio consultant of the State Board of power Evenings by appointmentBnwyiny
here with State and national
Henri-Bendel-etc. met recently ment.
Health Dr. Wilson T. Sowder
,_ representing ,
Public Cordially
officials to'discuss formation of an organization -
State Board director, and William Keeney,
I .This Week's Iighlights devoted to mental health in Orlando. acting director of the education division of InvitedREV.

Left to right above, are: Dr. R. S. Dalton, the National. Mental Health Foundation of ChJzist: J- ttta. Tlatlofts HARRY MOORE

i Coffee Tables Lake County'health officer, Mrs. Helen Drew Philadelphia.

; Victorian Silver Services ''W/ 1/ I REVIVALat

Leather Boxes Rushton Gets Post Stassen Sees Pope I JYlII/CP CHORUS
Frames for Important Pictures Reece Sees
Easter Toys and Cards
Rushton of Jacksonville yester- Harold stassen U. S. EVERY SUNDAY STATION

1 day was appointed State campaign I Presidential candidate, in a 20- METHODIST -
doted Saturday director for the Florida Inst. 2:30 P. M. WLOF CHURCH
: AfternoonsThe Forward Through Education COm- LaborLaw SoonKANSAS minute audience yesterday and a "I.W&LUlUAlI.
mittee. Vatican spokesman said they discussed -
Princeton Ave.
at Edgewater Dr.
WkliUiM Oyster label committee European economic condi-
William F. Davenport THE LUTHER "OUR'
1 add distinction to your rut. chairman said the group was CITY [AP B. Carroll tions. Stassen also talked with Rev. G. E. Graden Pastorr.
"stimulate interest In Reece Republican National Committee -
formed to
Alcide de Gasperi.
: On patio readied from 120 N. Premier ,
education in Florida and now chairman said yesterday ---
I Orange and 35 W. Washington has active units in 23 cities of the Congress would enact a labor law
State. "in two or three weeks to launch
F a broad Republican legislative OPENING DAY
program to carry the party to 1947 ..
victory in 1948."
"Congress has been in session CHRISTIANCHAUTAUQUA
CityAuditorium eight weeks and had to reorganize i
procedure under the reorganization i
bill" he told a group of
50 GOP leaders. i

. i Sunday, March 9th. 3 P.M. labor"Although and other basic legislation principles had of DON NICKERSON
been agreed upon in advance "Pulpit Caruso"
there must hearings.
"Otherwise action would not Symbolic of
have the confidence. of the people -
_" I This Big Program ? j MMiim.@j .
RICHARD MAXWELL Reece is one his way back to I
Washington after a combination .W1itMm@t4.M.J'
vacation and political'tour. to the
r y Nationally known singer of West Coast.

gospel songs.Has been heard SQUATTER JAILED tI EXCLUSIVE AT ASSOCIATED:! YOU'll BE :Ij: :<

coast-to-coast in his own 68 GOSHEN., went to Ind.jail UPI for Royal entering Getz.a 1Ui AMAZED WHEN YOU SEE THIS f if:
: k CBS Programs "Songs of. house and refusing to let the own-
r I W
in. He sentenced for public
er was if
Cheer and Comfort" and "A '
intoxication. Our '!Shipment of These OutstandingCombinations ; I
Friend in Deed. Also broadcast -
Sold Out in One Day-Kvw H; fJ
i If Stomach Gas
x>n Mutual Network or
We Have Received Our final Shipment for

"Hymns You Love." Dur- Sale Tomorrow-The Won last long,So lli I

ing the war years, he enter- Sour Food Taste Be Early/ ,. ::: I I I I.I

tained In Army and Navy Robs m
You of

I Camps throughout the Unit- SleepHere's Gw :e. 1 :!11: Radio- Phonograph 1

ed States. How You May Help ; 111
{ Whether You Eat 500 Poundsor ',: :: M:

2000 Pounds of Food ". ..:::::: Bu,1t to Sell for :::.:::':...

,: f' '. la a Year HEAR"'- .. v. \\f 9 5 l

: PATB.WITHROW.JR. Ton cant feel cheerful be happy and Robt. Elmorell Today 50 .
aleep well.U your stomach Is always up John Wilson 6:30 P.M. $89 rr 1 f
set. A* age advances the "old stomach"needs
I' more help. The reason IB this: Don Nickerson 7:30 P.M. $ ..... e .... .
: Gospel Singer and National Everytlme food enters the stomach ft
ate I vital gastric Juice must flow normally to Elmore. Mon. 3 P.M.
t Director of Veterans Hospital food break-up may certain ferment food Sour particles food, acid: else Inditestlon the- W. H. Meredith. Monday :( I iii!:: Associated s i Iiil! ,

and uentlJ'cause a morbid Price, . .
; Programs. During the gsafretful. Missouri Christian -
E touchy. peevish nervous t r
condition loss of appetite underweight Statesman 8 P.M. Week Iy
t.war. yean, he toured army restless sleep weakness. *... ....i.
To get real relief you must Increase Meredith Tuea. 3 P.M. t:
:- and navy camps throughout the flow of this vital gastric Juice.Medical -
I authorities. Independent laboratory Nickerson. Tues. 8 P.M.
t't the United State with Mr. tests on human stomachs, have by
t maHELEN positive proof shown that SSS Tonic Is Numerous Musicians and I I

Q Maxwell. Speaking of him. b amazingly flow when It effective Is too little In Increasing or scanty this due other visiting Ministers par-
to non-organio stomach; disturbance. ticipating.
Mr. Maxwell lars Pat This Is due to the 6SS Tonlo formula >:
which contains special and Theme-
very potent :
Withrow. Jr. Is one ot the activating Ingredients. {
Also. SSS Tonic help build-up non- "Oar Resnonsibillyfo sy f::
greatest most. influential organic weak watery blood In nutritional I tWI
anemia- o with a good flow of Christ"Come ,
this gastric digestive Juice plus rich red-
; young people on the Christian blood you should eat better,sleep better,
feel better work better, play better. early and Enjoy Specifications
; platform In Ame ca." Avoid punishing yourself with overdoses the Fellowship
of soda and other alkalizera to Include
t counteract gas and bloating when what The Tabernacle
tI tt you so dearly need Is SSS. Tonic to help
you digest food for body strength and Built-in Loop Anteno
I repair. Don't wait I Join the host of Christian Church
happy people SSS Tonic has helped. .
Choice of Simulated Alligator
BENNERWell 130 E. Central Ave.
Millions of bottles sold. Get a bottle of
8S8 Tonic from your drug store today. Morris Butler Book. Minister (Dark Brown or ..
known New York SSS Tonic help BuUd Sturdy Health. Blue) or plain Leatherette l ,

mezzo-contralto she has appeared in Tan.Licensed .

1. on such favorite radio RCA Patents ,
ti tiI programs as "Alec Templeton Are You a Potential or ChronicALCOHOLIC Weight 15 Pounds

til I Time" Hymns of All Fully Electrict

No Batteries ,
l Churches" with Joe Emerson ? .

I .and "Pageant of Mel-
If .a, tile roDewInt. ere t.. food reasens why yea _MId
I ody." She has appeared as .". .... for treatment at tile WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL a.

S guest artist on all the! major
1. It Is Mia only hespitel! .bi this star filet h devoted esclmtvety. / far
networks In Sunday's pro- treatment .t your cenditiea.X. .

gram she sings "He Shall Yew rendition ht today married n S definite dheme that requires .k
special skiU by these whe. have siaiored In the srvdy at the doeese.S. i
Feed His Flock." from Han-
The WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL aparate* with Kimtific _.diKmaintaining .
del's Messiah. the dwfnastic facilities that are accessary .la 4etennn
log year exact Ullcht_

4. M Is hespifel thet Is complete. departure from any form af
heiardeas treatment during yew recevery.f. .
r.' Ye. admit yeanelf hit* the. WHITI CROSS HOSPITAL ta be ds!
charged ewe request at time.a. .
upon year any
.r tw .
Radio-television quartette. From the vim yew cuss Is accepted anta yea are reedy to ....a
I i' yea have the constant cere af teemed suns
: Heard on leading network .
x 7. .Intelligent aenan with yaw condition are seeking hotpitafiieHon II
shows including; the. "Arthur rather then embarrass ethers with thaw .behavior. At Associated You Will Find All the late

If yea are s potential alcoholic, hosoHolizatton o* pnv.etl.e
Godfrey Show "Rainbow measure ta avoid the development of chronic drinking is commendable. Hit Records of Victor, Columbia, Capitoland

*. House. and as a choral >>. Decca-You Are Always Welcome at
.. To contimia drinking will briber. deprive af vital time
1M nerve
; background for Richard + that yea cannot afford to _toce. BIG Associated Florida's Largest and Most-

Maxwell's Mutual program. I yI Ctt 10. year Only ana recovery.week af absence from home..... bastoess' Is repaired. far 7 STORES Complete Record Dept. -

"Hymns You Love. They
The WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL year hospital maintained far
the treatment at yew condition. ....,. Da net be apprehensive.
have also appeared on a television af commg here or doubtful af the possible benefits that HIM
hospital can give y_ la the maienty af mstaace such conditions
station In Schenectady es yews can be. corrected with en,y ana week of hasattaluetioa. .
Write. phone for mtoimotion af. pu eel I inter FLORBA'S LARGEST RD0! AND APPLIANCE STORES ---
N. Y. view. Digest of alcoholic syndrome sent yea .... feaaest.
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WILL FILED County Judge's Court. The will

I' The will: of Mrs. Mae Lyng.i leaves her entire estate. estimatedat Eiselstein-Wiggi i nton

prcinineut Orlando society woman $10,000 personal Property, to Shot By ManGrover

who died here Thursday was filed I her sister.Mrs.Violet Heck of 1137

for probate yesterday In Orange Guernsey Ave.

... Observes 19th YearThe I Scarborough of Winter

Garden has been released on a $'i _

19th anniversary of service to Orlando and Central $300 cash bond under a charge of

: JJk1lr-J Florida is now being-observed by the EiselsteinWiggintonFuneral "culpable negligence with fire-

: R-fno ''Home, 170 E. Church St. arms" following the shooting last
Sunday of Jack
Rippey. 13, and
The funeral home was established here in 1928 by his
sister. Janet 12. of the same
] ::::: rr -HOTEL D. P. Eiselstein, who founded the St. Cloud Funeral Home .
....:1'.. 111,,, ...... city.Both
.."...' One of Florida' finest Spmg resort 1919 which his brother W. D. children were hit In the

iI::.' :UIr 1\i'\.. 1 lpj'a\ : hotels. .; Facing Tampa ley and tropical rin still manages.In leg by shotgun pellets while play-
f :f 1, Serene Park. Near beaches, golf Acts SelectedFor keeping with the growth of Ing on the shore of a small pond
courses, shops theaters. Private beach Orlando, the funeral home has expanded I near the canning plant of the 5 '
; -- club on Gulf of Mexico. A paradise in size and personnel.The Winter Garden Citrus Co-opera- :xp "IX a

,r r for newlyweds on Spring honeymoon. 300 funeral home Is large comfortable tive.
comfortable rooms each with bath. homelike and tastefully Bernie Cannon. Winter Garden
Modem fireproof construction. Special Police ShowThe decorated. Its facilities include a constable said Scarborough told

Spring rates during April May, June. private mausoleum for temporary him that he and two companionssaw
o. Selected clentele. Harry R. Nosh Man. interment. It is also equipped to some ducks on the pond and
aging Director. Orlando Police Reserve handle all types of burial as wellas after going home and getting a

talent show March 21 at the cremation. shotgun shot at them. Scarborough -

s T.PETERSBURGIf Municipal Auditorium will fea- L. C. 'Wirrinton a native of claimed he did not see

ture 15 top acts selected from an Kentucky, has been associated the children until after he fired. .-...._._- r-.,._" -_-.' ....-- '--- .- --
original 75. Det. Sgt..Tom Sawyer Clyde Rippey. father of the
with the firm since its organization -
chairman of the event, announced In 1928. children and AFL organizer was KENNETH MILLER, Orlando architect, inspects ans groups, with an auditorium for large

PM- tNfhtZj'1f' ; A.g ae yesterday. I employed In the same canning four scale models he designed for the meetings and little theatre groups. At left andin

that ,out of In 1937 he became a memberof plant as Scarborough until he was exhibit "Florida Develops Its Own Architecture" foreground are two residences, while in the
the 1-5 constants entered In the the firm and the name of the laid off last November.
which is being held at the Morse Gal- shade of the tree is a combination residence
SHERATON BON funeral home was changed to that Scarborough will be arraigned
AIR elimination tryouts here March 5.
15 thigh class acts had been which it now bears. before Justice of the Peace Mor- lery,of Art, Rollins College, through March -office for a professional man. Miller is one

i America Noted Golf Capital t selected; for the final show. John E. Lovejoy, a member of gan Howard Tuesday at 2 p.m. it 19. At rear Is a civic center designed to ac- of several Central Florida architects exhibit-

varied The winner of the contest will the original Carey Hand Funeral was announced. commodate a youth center, civic and veter- ing their works.
Relax in delightful surroundings-en
be give-an all-expense trip to Home for 23 years joined the staffin .A. .A. 6
sports-u one of the Sooth's outstanding resort > >5
hotels.. modern fireproof...ideal Indian New York City and an audition for 1944. A year later George A. 14th Air Force OAAB not later

summer climate. Directly on U.S. Route 1.Write f the Scout CBS Show.Arthur Godfrey Talent years Morrow experience a Pennsylvanian In funeral'of homework 26 Florida Architecture than the closing date specified.C .

or wire for was added to the staff.
icserraaons The acts are made up of classi- OF C SUFFER PLANTED
D. P. Eiselstein is a memberof
e fGeardMnaiw cal and popular singers boogie A covered dish will be
PAUL E. LEFTOM r t 1 supper
0y piano novelty'acts., ventriloquist,. First Methodist Church Knight 1D1tQ served at the meeting of the Conway -
,.oa U Exhibited RollinsCentral
Templars the Shrine the Elks at
dancers and all types of musicians. I Chamber of Commerce at 6pjn.
I Club. IOOF. American Legion and
The audience at the March 21
tomorrow night in the Com-
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munity Bldg.ELECTRIC.
winners. Several hundred dollars president. Florida architects are presenting through I
W. D. Eiselstein is a memberof March 19 their ideas of the homes in which Floridians
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Sawyer said.Stove and Lions Club.WiI'l'lnton Views Architecture," now on display at the Morse Gallery of :l Dlo.c

is a member of By HAROLD ESCH Art, Rollins College.Scale 1 'Jt' ?
First Presbyterian Church, Ki- "' "
Blast Kills models of the latest homes "
wanis and Shrine Clubs and The British lawn bowlers are "fl. ,
for sub-tropical living architec- .6' "S.
r Mother Four- Tots Knight Templars. well represented in the State Trebles tural drawings blue prints and Competitive Exams g.8'
Morrow is a member of the Tournament as section winners photographs constitute the ex

:tlWid QUTTMAN. Ga. API A stove United Presbyterian Church the were crowned yesterday in hibit. For Civil Service .
., into which Mrs. Buford Mullis. Shrine and..Elks. games at the Orlando Lawn Bowling All scale models have remov- IIWIt1TER i vEn' ,
x.i. x. 30. had tossed oil soaked wood Members of the funeral home Club in Sunshine Park. In able roofs, which not only allow Jobs at OAAB Set : ,
is exploded yesterday, burning her point with pride to the fact that three of the seven sections the floor plans to be seen, but furni- : '
i and four of her winners came through with per ture arrangements as well. The e..1 Al -
five children to in 28 years of ambulance service Open competitive examinationsfor fa.
)i. death. A fifth child fect records of three wins each. grounds of most models are land-
'. was badly there has never been an accident.In probational appointments 5n
burned. In section number one the win scaped to show the basic decora-
commenting on the anniversary two classifications were announced t BOAT CRUISE
ner was an international combination tive of the houses. i
The dead children three of designs
D. P. Eiselstein said: yesterday by the Board of Civil
them boys ranged in age from "Our purpose has always' beento vice-captain composed from of F.Ireland.W. Radcliffe George, -Althou h Florida is the site Service Examiners at the Orlando>> tfffiu Flower baked'Canals i

n"T the three child months who to escaped nine years., is 12.DeSOTO Joyce. provide people no matter what Spencer and S. S. Hice from the of the oldest house in the country I I Army Air Base.Positions .
their the State's architecturalform AnfxcclknlrDINNER
religion social backgroundor Orlando club They won two and closing dates of
financial condition, with funeral matches and dropped one but had only recently has begun to application are: Aircraft rubber ,
0 Xovr Wax North... service.of dignity and beau- a 20-plus score over John Stevens crystallize," Hugh F. McKean, fuel cell repairer closing March ;
r ty. rink who registered a plus 10 gallery director said. 19. and aircraft servicing electrician -

t ee SAVANNAH'SBeautiful "We feel more closely unitedto mark. The British rink of J. L. The model homes on exhibit for closing: March 20. fe ALM TERRACE
those: w because ?oles, R. Carter and C. Manahan
Azaleas e serve we have the most part feature large open Jack J. Butter executive ,
secretary ;
been serving their funeral needs had two victories but their plus of
areas on the south plenty opportunity oJWATER
r, (I Urn Fit.& Mr U) of the board said written SKI
KILLEARN GARDENSON longer than any other local firm mark was but four points. for'cross ventilation and
e. operating under its original man- RadcliHe's rink drew a bye in economy of construction and up- examinations will not be held. A(1( EXHIBITION
agement. the first round of the playoffs. In keep. but applicants will be rated on
YOUR WAY NORTH "Our future like our past is section number two the winner Commercial and civic buildigs the extent and quality of their I. DAILY rfF 2:3O
was J. Ritchie, J. Baird and A. also in the exhibit. training relevant to the dutiesof
A colorful Southern garden beautifully landscaped and richly planted deeply interwoven with the lives are included
1 with lovely flowers, rare shrubs and majestic trees truly one of of those we serve. Goldie with two wins and a loss Kenneth Miller has on display a the position. {fottt Canttha'f3'CYPR
the beauty spots of Florida tjt "Because of this, we pledge them with a plus 16 score. Arthur Hartley scale model of the proposed University Applications must be receivedby 5S GARDENS
Neil Fclker and Don Blake
of Florida Physical Educa-
our best-our friendship, our counsel the executive secretary Boardof
Enter,the, amateur Camera Contest for cash prizes! our experience and our per also came through with two wins tion Bldg. and a Civic Center of U. S. Civil Service,Examiners!I AMUUCA'S TROPICAL WDMOUUMOORLANDO
i but suffered at the
sonal a great adaptability, both of which
attention to
SVi miles north of TALLAHASSEE on U. S. Rt. 319 funeral service"Farm every phase hands of Charley Phillip trio on he designed.
Friday. Hartley had a minus 5 A special attraction this week
P -. total. will be a series of gallery talks by <> BRANCHNorth j
w QRK Plan a StofM>vcr ac the Superbly Modern Woman Selected In group three the closest mar the architects.

Catholic Mother of '47 gin of victory was recorded by Mil'er! will Rive the first talk Florida Motor Club
BEACH HOTELand the British team of J. S. Sinclair.J. .
Tuesday at 3:15 p.m. with Rob- CENTRAL ARCADE <4 E CENTRAL PHONE 5055
1)rwe WASHINGTON [ A P ] Mrs. Moffat and R. P Lamg who I
LJSBURY Cabana Club Math Lies of Andale. Kan., motherof had a plus 25 to a plus 23 for Jim. ert B. Murphy developments discussing at architectural the- "It Pays u> Belonj"This

14 living children, has been Ballenj, J. C. McDamel and B.
1 AVOIDS SAVANNAH BEACH.GEORGIA selected the Catholic mother for R. Wilbur. same time on Wednesday. travel the trouble free
S OCCAM vide LImE BIG-CITY TRAFFICs Dmalj a Atonic(Oca 1947. the National Catholic Con- Times of the other talks will be way
PntsttBaet ference on Family Life announced One of the three teams who recorded announced later.Architects Consult your Motor Club -
:+ YIR.IMIAx yesterday.Mrs. three wins was in group whose work is being
u.S.tone IT to Beautiful! ,KiKoncSavannah. farm four with A. A. A. E. Tay- Gamble HarryL.
: ctn. ..coirirottc. -. lime.em 1M on-pared Occam Hiwar. ..thence u.s. Lies a woman, will Keech shown are Rogers Maps-list of Accommodations-Reservations
Georgia officially receive the award, lor and S. Kirkby turning the Lindsey. George Keiser F. Earl
.. .._ a
Row 10 Bock
S Avoid delays and donjon of bSe-tity\ (II ado
new nice medal from the Shrine of Chris- trick all from England. The Deloe, George H. Spohn. George L Protection-Service-Savings-Auto I Insurance
traffic conqomUou. This rent follow the WriN"WtJ. tian Motherhood St. Augustine.Fla. winner of section five had a battle Foote Dunham. Alex Hatton. Jack

cool ttuoaab on* .i the. most picturosqu .Marshall Morrow.Manager .. at a special ceremony In but came through with a plus 20 Moore Henry B. Whitworth, Mil -------

end.l historic *octton of fh* United State. Chicago. mark for Claude Munson. Ken ler and Murphy.
iILMINGTONNTRTLC Truax and Henry Fuhs of Day-
As oipocial f.aturI.. terry trip acres
$LACN tona. Second with a plus 7 was Alaska HAVANA TOURSAll -
ChMapoak Bay tvlaxe* end pormSI Warning
-: Toe Everett Gibson Dr. C. H. Rust

a am .nlorabl tool OB.th. beanOfal boat While You Are In FLORIDA Be Sure to Visit and L. R. Heim" of Orlando. Reds AskedJUNEAU. Expense From Miami
Dallas Berry Dr. J. K. Miller Against
'CHARLESTONf Attracfiv. ... or* the .xc0ont bowl
along the listed Ilea ioldor. and Guy Srodes took three wins Alaska lAP Territo- Travel Service
f way. on. saap Lanier
in the round robin to win :section
gJINE rial Sen., E. D. Coffey yesterday
STUDIO5 six handily. This was the only introduced .a memorial in the
Rausswtu complete Orlando rink to advance urging that ORMOND A. McABEE, Mgr.
... Alaska Legislature
Writ 1 1T un>, With
into the elimination round.
-F dde.P ttA ) "n'r Russia be warned not to extend
and descriptive Eterature
three wins for a section team the "Your Travel Agent"AIR
ACKSONVILLE to either of below addressesiOCEAN .. her fishing expeditions into waters
Ye.t smite exhibit of deep sen lUe plus scores do not have a bearingon
s of the United
ever ..MCTabU >trp UM. shmrks.etopl the outcome or advance into under.jurisdiction BUS AND STEAMSHIP TICKETS, TOURS AND CRUISES
I Innt r v. tropical tub the elimination round. States.It of
R1WAT ASSOCIATION recited that the President
.terpMTtbelce Brandowand 30 E. Pine Phone 5301
sees tea MO excitinc m der-w Bill Hollister. P. M.
p.a lox 4ii* r.a BOX 1552 : the United States has proclaimedthe
I neqwUIed f*rrwU. snap.4 Fred Sherman of DeLand won
entire continental partof
MIAMI KkmU. Florida 'MJa ap.. D.L mmmtemr merles. Open every three contests in section seven to said
the United States
onr. OvenicM neeenwiodnUens, rceUMrnnt. become automatic They
tcermtaM fecUitiefc received a scare in their final there were reports Russia plans ,
expeditions to fish for crabs and
game yesterday when they were
salmon in those waters.of .
down on the board to a St. Peters-
1 e. 1 t 1 burg rink by 12-1 on the 9th end. -

However they recovered and man- them.KeechTaylorKirkby
aged to count a seven end on the won 20 to 6 over DeLand's Hollis-
11th and score on four of the remaining ter-Brandow-Sherman. Play went:
ends to take the match only 13 ends. ,
by one point. 1413. Sinclair-Moffat-Laing won over
Orlando's Berry-Miller-Srodes by
AZALEAS are now in bloom! The early morning rain Satur- 21 to 15. Berry led 8-7 on the
r. day hampered conditions some- 6th but the British forged aheadto
what causing two games to be 21 before Orlando could again
MAKE A DATE WITH played in the afternoon the first score. Radcliffe-Hice -Spencer

0 matches started at 12 o'clock. No drew the bye as previously stated.
411 SPRINGTIMELAND r re4e inconvenience was caused by the The third match saw Ritchie-
1woi/s afternoon's "doubleheader" except Baird-Goldie win from Daytona's
their being little time between representatives Munson-Truax- r
'' games for the bowlers to rest. Fuhs by 18-12. Baird meets Keech
OF In the opening round of the and Radcliffe faces Sinclair In
AZALEA TRAIL elimination the British had it all the semi-finals on Monday morn-
w u e their own way as they toppled all ing. The finals will be played in q
r'o ",. opposition that loomed In front the afternoon. tai

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gardens lavish with the gorgeous azalea. Enjoy MMUIr Be sure and visit Mi W M
BOUND TWP FAKE including
the quaintness of Old Mobile In startling contrast ami during this greatest $4200
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:ij Florida Agricultural. Interests Like the M Dew

t Ssen As Reservoir Page 28 i m4t) mtfoi| &;nttal-&tar Orlando, Florida, March 9, 1947MARKET

Farm Prices Blue Lupine Research
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f: [Sunday Sentinel-Star Agriculture Editor] Seed LoanProgram
J: AS IT may seem now some students' of

FANTASTIC water problem foresee the day when, unless Surge Upwards Given Plans MeetingFirst

1 something is done now to halt the rapidly dropping water

: -table when the entire Kissimmee River Valley will have to Florida farm prices surged up- [Soeoot to The Sunday SentinelStarlGAINESVILLE.1L post-war meeting of the
f be used as a vast water-shed to supply the needs of theState's wards last month with returns increased O. Clayton Florida Agricultural Research Institute -
principally by truck State director of the Production
crop held at the Orange
will be
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cities. .Of course, won't
- lower East Coast metropolitan and
sales which Jumped approximately Marketing Administration
Court Hotel in Orlando Apr.
4 be next year or the next, they concede, when the land of the Brahman 18 per cent over the previous haid yesterday that loans will be Mgr. Frank L. Holland reported -
:will become the waters of the Bass. But it may not be so far'off month the U. S. Bureau of Agri- made to producers at the base rate i in Winter Haven. /
that persons living now won't see the drastic occurence. Even cultural Economics reported in -1t, of 4 cents per pound on top grades -
, 'now, in their search for fresh water, coastal well drillers are pumping Orlando. : Al>W :, 0. : :-4 4t blue lupine seed produced in 1947. are Among extension those service invited to and experiment -

out salt and the demands of increasing populations for more and The index of prices receivedon r. A Lower rates in proportion to station officials U. S.
more water are draining all available sources. The better alter- Feb. 15 was 213, an increaseof just north of Groveland. The market is being value will apply to seed of lower Department of Agriculture: and
native, declare these sources, would be to prevent the future depletionof 14 points over January but PROCESSING: Above is the. new quality. State Department of Agriculture
five financed by the individual farmers. It is ex-
points than
the State's water assets with conservation measures now a year Farmers Market constructed scientists, fertilizer and Insecti-
being by members To be eligible for loans the seed
ago. pected to be ready for use by the time Spring must be stored in approved public cide: men. the Florid Farm Bureau -
of the South Lake Farm Bureau
Livestock showed substantial County
a are ready for the market. ;
OBSERVERS OF Florida freeze-damaged citrus belt I crops warehouses or other suitable stor-
AERIAL price rise over 1946, with hogs going I -- The Florida Vegetable Committee -
that injured plots varied some times without regard to from $13.60 a hundredweightto age space. the
the Cattlemen's Assn.
high and low ground Indicating that groves which received faulty $19.Beef cattle rose from $11.10 The seed must be at least 99 Dairy Assn. the Florida Horticultural -
cultivation were hardest-hit. Phil C. Peters and Frank Roper'of per hundredweight to$13, and veal per cent pure, 90 per cent or more Society and the Gladioli
Calf germination, and contain not
Prices more
Winter Garden reported that little damage showed up In new' calves from $11.70 to 1450. High Seen than 14 per cent moisture. Growers Assn.
growths of their recent contour plantings express fruit ship- Corn Increased from $1.80 to $2 The moisture limitation was
per bushel, and oats from $1.50 to
planning to ask legislation requiring licensing of all
pers are : premium added in view of the deterioration
$1.70 as compared with
citrus operators and spot Inspections on all shipments to keep January. experienced with high moisture
A. J.
quality and standards of packing high Eggs dropped from 57 to 52 seed in the past. Thompson
cents per dozen and butter from
Quincy Show
I 73 to 66 cents per pound. Other Australian The loans will be available to
EMBERS OP THE Florida Farm Bureau live In 44 States. commodities remained fairly Touring producers from the time of harvest Construction Co.

iii Canada. Cuba and Jamaica. with 24 in California. The constant.. through Aug. 15, 1941. They
,. Lake County Bureau is laying plans for a 1,000-member campaign. Prices paid for feed were slightly will mature on demand but not
Excellent reaction among students was reported to the educa- below last month's prices, as bran Due Wednesday Plants"Development later than. Sept. 1, 1947.' Offers For Sale

tional program conducted by the U. S. Soil Conservation Serviceat dropped from $3.20 to $3.15 per Processing Blue lupine as a Winter cover

. the request of the Orange Soil Conservation District in county hundredweight. By AL CODY crop has expanded greatly in recent 1 H Hnp Are Welder 400'
schools. of the citrus processing industry in years in the Southern states.
[Our Own Staff Correspondent] amp's, stationary
' Florida Farm Bureau QUINCY-Buyers at Quincy's Florida and the United States is many years ahead of any- requiring increasing quantities oJ
FOB INCREASING and tastiness of citrus fruit seed.The 1 Hobart Welder, 300 amp's,
RECIPES use Third Annual Fat Cattle Show thing in Australia or any other nation, Neville A. Whiffen, production of seed Increased mounted 4 wheels new
publicized by the State Extension Service Hereis Directors Set Spring Wednesday may not pay as well chief of the scientific office of the Australian embassy inWashington from approximately 5 million on
one to ,serve about six: Use 2V4 cups sliced raw young I as they have in the past, but commented after Central Florida pounds in 1943 to more than 37 t' 5 to S-ton Gallion Tandem
i ,beets one cup orange juice, two tablespoons butter or margarine Parley in OrlandoFlorida i advance indications are that they 4 touring million pounds in 1946 and fur- roller new '
one'teaspoon salt one teaspoon grated orange peel and one table- will and that junior calves will I plants.' ther increases are expected.Conservationists .
Farm Bureau directorswill The Australian Is conferringhere 1 1946 Thornton drive 11-
spoon sugar or sweet corn syrup Peel beets thinly and slice again bring the highest prices in 1 Schedule
hold their in
Spring meeting with officials of the U. S. Agents wheel Ford Dump Truck, 8
Florida at this sale.
-thinly-into a buttered casserole four on remaining ingredients Orlando March 29, Pres.Doug Igou 1 Bureau of Plant Industry and industry Start cubic yards, new I
"Junior calves" for the benefitof
Cover' and bake In moderate oven about 45 .to 50 of Eustis reported yesterday.The leaders on problems of pro- District 4-H Club
minutes. those not familiar with the jar- 1 1942 Ford Dump Truck '4
FFB will meet with its cessing citrus and its byproducts.He Livingston SurveysU.
steers heifers shown
gon or cubic yards
sub-committee on education by youngsters who belong to FFA has inspected the Dr. P. Meet in OrlandoSix S. SoD Conservation Ser- ,
rivim EVERGLADES EXPERIMENT Station at Belle Glade is doing which has been studying the report -
1 1940 Chevrolet Dump, -
chapters or, 4-H Clubs. Phillips plant in Orlando, and vice technicians have started excellent .
of the Citizens Committeeon counties will be representedat
research on better grass for fairways and greens, Vice- plans to visit Sperti Citrus and and the planning of condition
t Florida annually has four fat surveys approximately ,
" Education appointed by Gov. a District 4-H Club meeting in
Director R. V. Allison reported Brevard County Agent B. E. CaldwelL stock shows at which: these Vacuum Foods in Plymouth this Orlando at the office of County 927 acres of grating 1 %O-foet Semi-Trailer, flat
Lawton said vegetable growers there are seeking to buy or arrangeon The Farm Bureau group is highly fed animals are sold for week. Agent Fred Baetzman Thursday land belonging to G. D.
a percentage basis for 400 to 600 pound steers to graze followingthe headed by Chairman Lacy Thomasof premium prices to buyers who "Although the Australian citrus at 10 am. Livingston south of Conway on 1 Bush and Bogg Disc, 26-Inch.
end of truck crop production. Within the next two or three Groveland, and included Mrs. want to encourage productionof : industry has been estab- the Narcoossee Rd. .
2-ton Studebaker Tractor
years, flower growers may have several new azalea varieties which Mary Lins of Vero Beach George top-quality cattle In the lished for many years it is not "Each county agent has been District Conservationist R. E. and Trailer for hauling
have been testing from 21 selected out of 20.000 seedlings. Munroe of Quincy and Igou. State. large compared to either the requested to bring with him dataon Witherell said the plan will include heavy equipment, 1946 f
goals in
I membership Increases
conservation design
Last these buyers paid an Florida or California producing surveys model
Winter Garden Turkey of $37.66 hundred- areas" Whiffen said. project accomplishments for surface ditches and
average per
Farm Debt activities and
Mortgage State- water control structures. 1 1946 half-ton Pickup
Farm Supports ProgramThe weight for 81 junior calves at The "Down Under" crop of 21-2 wide contests," Baetzman said.!
Quincy and that compares to million boxes is slightly less than 1 1941 Dodge Recon. Pickup
Avalon Turkey Farm at $3356 per hundredweight paid at last year's. Agents expected to attend Include Rabbit Breeders Plan
Rises Year Winter Garden has 1,716 White Florida's biggest fat stock show, W. R. Platt of Volusia, Bob 1 6-yard La-Tourneau Pan.
"Our is mostly for
: During Hollands participating in the 1947 the Southeastern in Ocala, this domestic production use. with some exportsof Norris and Jeff Hill of Lake, J. T. Monthly Meet Tuesday excellent shape, new robber
Turkey Improvement Plan which past Feb. 28 for about 150 junior Oxford of Brevard June Gunn of ,
. have been inspected by D. C. Giles, calves. fresh fruit to New Zealand"Whiffen Osceola, p. R.Dawson of Seminoleand Robert L. LeVerne, formerly of T-D-14 Bulldozer with rake
By ORMUND POWERS said. "A very little is exported the St. Petersburg Government blade and double drum
pou'try veterinarian with the State HEARTY CALVES SOLD Baetzman.
s [Our Own Staff Cnrre pondentl) Livestock Board. to England." rabbitry, will discuss problems of power unit cable lift. 6 mos.
The 1946 Gulf Coast Livestock
I TAVARES-Total farm mortgage debt, which has The Winter Garden farm, Show in Pensacola and the Mari- The Australian: saw no competi- DDT Rids Cows Of breeding and production at the old. excellent condition
been declining for 20 years has reversed and has in- which has one of the largest anna Fat Stock Show last year tion by his country in the foreign monthly 'meeting of the Florida 1 T-D-14 Hydraulic Bulldozer
trade with the United States for
creased during the past year. County Agent R. E. Norris flocks in the State, does its own both paid amounts comparable to many years. Flies, Increases Milk night Rabbit at Producers the Orange Co-Op County Tuesday Court condition, angle blade,, in good
hatching: this year's junior average at Ocala.
said the Florida Agricultural Extension has
Service re There are 14 flocks taking partin with. the Pensacola exhibitors receiving "While it will take some timeto Florida dairymen report that House.
ported. the program including one of an average of $33.69 per develop our processing Indus- they get from five to 15 per cent Co-Op Mgr. V. Gardner reported 1 pull-type, 8-ft. Gallon
"Many land buyers are begin- years ago." 51 White Hollands and 51 Bronze hundredweight and the Marianna try, the trend does seem toward more milk from cows which have that Le Verne as well as sev- Grader
.ning to go heavily in debt the Frozen 'vegetable holdings on turkeys owned by Jack Deatonof buyers paying an average of $35.- employing those products as the been treated by DDT than they eral other interested breeders wish
.Extension Service said. "This is a Feb. 1 were more than 300 million Lake Helen.Plumpness 40 per hundredweight.But basic citrus diet with fresh fruit had before when the cows were. to come to Orlando to raise rab- Many other items not mentioned
poor time to overpay for land infested heavily with flies. can tw bought right. AH these Items
pounds, about 85 per cent more Quincy is in the lead on desserts a luxury, he added. bits.
I when farm commodity prices are of seeds is to be old due to nines.
than for the same date of last grass a paying its junior showmen and
'declining."Land. year, the service said. Stocks of measure of the resistance the hopes to stay then. Show authorities Principal Australian productionis The University of Minnesota More than 90 per cent of the
values are now only canned vegetables have been accumulating young plants will have against in the North Florida of Valencias and Washington in fruit breeding farm has developed fish and game animals in Wyoming CAN' BE SEEN AT
seedling blight. Navels are now coming three new fruit varieties, an arrowhead are on Federal land, eitherin
about, If per cent below the 1920 at an unusually rapid city expect about the same num- while the Valencias are going out. strawberry chestnut 501 E. Michigan Ave.
national forests and
Inflationary. peak. Operating rate during recent months. ber of junior entries as last year parks or
Below the equator, the citrus areas crabapple and redwell apple.. on the public domain.
costs of most farmers are about Total feed'grain supplies this and milk production in 1946 was and of course the number of of the Pacific continent have sea-
tw.-thirds I higher than six Winter are the largest on record, the highest in history. junior calves offered has a direct sons reversed to those of Florida,
bearing on the prices paid.
he explained.A .
The calves offered at Quincy
are pretty hearty, too. Weight of Federal survey showed farm
the individuals has a lot to do with people in the United States had a
the per head average paid, and total buying power of $14,800-
y 1 Quincy is also near the top in 000.000 in 1945. i
this category over the State's
1f l other fat stock shows.
1 I : c Last year buyers at Quincy paid

Gs :' an average of $304 per head for M \ DECAUSE of the recent freeze, virtually every citrus tree in FloridaI I
junior calves: that compares with "
'I, $291 paid this year at Ocala and has been STUNNED, SHOCKED by the cold blast which in several
I the 1946 figures of $224 at Pensa-
cola and $309 at Marianna. areas left groves a pitiful sight to behold.
'I ,
Although no official boundary

i I lines are set up between fat ROWERS< are now turning to authorities for advice on what beneficial -
stock shows Quincy's territory
1, really begins at Tallahassee and steps should be taken to help stimulate and revive their sick

west.extends beyond Chipley to the trees-TO'ASSURE THEM OF A GOOD CROP WITH QUALITY IS

r9 couraging Pensacola's entries stock from show DeFuniak is en- If Your Home's THE WATCH WORD FOR NEXT SEASON.

: Springs four west Florida to Mobile counties Ala.and including ft White Elephantconstantly AUTHORITIES point out that a citrus tree. is pretty much like the

;, r' ; two The in Marianna Alabama. event last year human body, requiring certain nutritional values which are fed

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from Jackson County, while the and trouble becauseof
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T.z ;;: peninsular far west Florida as Chipley plus some and fromas as come: and on let into us Pittman'stoday help you from your trees many of these essentials, thus retarding new growth J

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,,. Although 224 animals were sold program! tural to assume that deficiencies will be noticeable unless cor-
last year at Quincy. including the Our friendly staff will be many
adult entries, no fat stock show glad to talk with you at rective steps are taken NOW.
t / has yet approached the size of any time, and. of course,
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1 In Spring Truck Covers Central, Florida Agricultural Interests Like the Morning Dew {

Orlando, Florida, March 9, 1947 Ify Ihmiag frrnttnrl-felar Page 29 the need and necessity for soil

ReduceS P riveg acreages are expected in Florida Seminole Loses conservation.

vegetable areas as result -continued adverse con- ACTION OFFERED

ditions, the U. S. Bureau'of; Agricultural Economics reported "Water control is atressed because
in Orlando *- Water Control Work PushedFarmers it Is imperative that something -

Setting of'celery:is_practically over in the Everglades. All Plantings be done now before all of
Xslando Grove and OkIawaha<
our recharging areas are depletedand
should finish the latter half of Heavy rains have hurt stands in it is too late.
March s it y. *4Replanting the Manatee-Raskin section. Br MAYME HODGKIN Correspondentl Support Conservation To Restore 'Greatest Asset'"Faced "Farmers citrus growers and
[Our Own Staff
) of cucumbers lias Most early plantings were killed ;cattlemen are all individualistic
three in Mnmter and Marion counties. 8ANFORD-After the continuous with the desperate possibility creasing use of deep wells are the U. S. and State Geological the various districts and to give I men. They want to do things bemuse -
been done sometimes cold and devastating winds.Seminole of losing their greatest as- an aggravated drain on ear underground surveys, the Forestry Service, the them co-ordinated assistance In they themselves know It is
.times. In all Central and Southern In North Florida Increasing County farmers lost all set. Florida's farmers through the water supply with no Reclamation Service and the Agricultural best not because someone ingovernmental -
Florida areas. A few early hope of already planted crops and securing the machinery, Reppard
of sweet are Soil Conservation Districts already plans for re-eharging' area pro- : Conservation Administra authority tells them it
plantings Spring corn
''plantings in the Gainesville were preparing their fields for veg- have within their power the meansof tection.. asserted. is best. 41.
=-area rotUd In the ground with seen in the Lake City and Starke- etables which will no longer be en- active water control." A. H. The Florida Association of Soil tion.SUPERVISORS ELECTEDThe Another major objective of "The Soil Conservation Districts
.t. re-seeding expected ,within ,tile Lawtey sections. dangered by the cold weather. Reppard. president of the Florida Conservation District Supervisors districts themselves are actually the association is a State educa- offer them the best opportunityfor
two weeks. Association of Soil ,,Conservation was organized. In'May, 1946-not democratic action and they
,L.11m Everglades acreages on string Corn and peppers were practically under. the State Board of tional program, principally
The continued cold.weather has beans will be reduced from last a total ruin from the cold District Supervisors declared yes- quite a year old. But already It Control but each one acts autono through the schools. ,,_ _._ _.. have recognized it.
the wind and the wind- terday. has taken the lead in coordinating mously. Each elects five
caused re-plantings also been delayed super
numerous season. Planting has "We want also to stress water "In 1936 there was not a sin
of watermelons In the !iLeesburgand In the Hawthorne-Mclntosh-La- whipped sand which shredded With the State's multi-million and making possible practical visors by vote of the farmers who control through 4-H and Future i gle district in Florida. Today
them beyond any comeback. Dr. dollar agricultural and tourist water control work from the serve their district without pay.
Central Florida areas and It Crosse sections.: Farmer c.lubs and university there are 36 and more are beingestablished.
Ruprecht of Central Fla. ground by the landowners Although supervisors must be
F. W. industries imperiled by: a fast- up .
now appears late in May Scarcity of seed parUcularily In courses because after an althoulhFlorida's
Experiment station said he themaelves.I landowners whose interests are
dropping water table. Reppard
any shipmenta can be expected. tendergreen and black Valentine that the wind did much more asserted that "the Soil Conservation I These supervisors traveled to in producing with the soil they water table is now drop- "Through these organizationsthe
Poor prospects are seen for varieties has hampered snap bean damage than did the cold.; Districts Law of 1937 Ocala recently at their own expense may also )be civil engineers like ping dangerously to create a pres- persons most concerned with
'the tomato with growers. Plantings have been to attend a State conference Reppard or bankers like J. Carlisle ent menace unless something is the land-the landowners them-
Spring crop This was also the opinion of M. places the responsibility: for saving done it win te the next
heavier than usual tn the Plant of supervisors and Federal Rogers of Lenbur or city generation selves-are working: to save water
slow recovery in the Fort Piercetsectlon L. Cullem of Chase and Co. who water and soil resources directly who win suffer the real
from cold damage. City area. declared the Spring yield of corn upon the farmers them- and State officials. officials like Mayor: Leo Fugle of Reppard said.! .tragedy, and soil resources to the benefit of
Loss of In Spring peppers squash and tender crops selves." OFFICERS LISTED DeLand every present and future Flo-
acreage egg
must wake
County Agricultural Agentsserve : up the people to
plant has cut prospects but It is was cut from 10 per cent section.to com- And farmers, citrus growers and Clarence Carp 2nd of Ocala: is u.secretaries of-the boards, -
destruction in this
s expected! Pompano and Fort ,plete. I cattlemen in 38 Florida counties vice-president of the State organization with the one ex- rldian"Y
Myers: sections will make a reasonable Perry Whitehurst of Sanford- already have organized Ledley H. Wear of Lakeland ception of the
i a. recovery. Other sections Oviedo Truck Growers said that districts is secretary-treasurer and Holmes Creek
Myy lr nu were hurt more. he did not believe there was a Y ,. voluntarily to cooperate Colin D. Gunn of Gainesville is District in north- A Complete Line Of I
''IIiU great deal of tender vegetablesleft / in water recording secretary. In tribute to west Florida. S
ih General losses were experiencedin to feel the effects of this last x control and soil Z. C. Herlong of Micanopy. life- The boards
1 all Spring pepper areas although freeze and wind over last weekend > conservationproJecta long advocate of conservation the meet upon call- GROVE AND FARM .
replanting is expected to and whatever was left was which group named him honorary president usually monthlyand .
o +. recover some acreage. killed. 4 < Involve millions for life.Directors pass upon ;yY a:-0-. 1
art.V Little movement of Spring pota- However he said the farmers r of dollars in nat- include L. A. Delp of petitions for assistance '
toes is seen before April 10, with were secretly watching the March h ural resources.In Lloyd, J. A. Davis of Atmore Ala. by indi-
light plantings in the Evergladesand full moon which is supposed to be addition to E. T. Peterson of Flerson C. P. vidual or groups IRRIGATIONEQUIPMENT 1
Central Florida. the Winter finale and were busy the endangeringof Anderson of Avon Park. W. A. of farmers.
Re-planting of Spring squash getting their crops of vegetablesin agricultural McMullen Jr. of Clearwater. EarlR. It may be a
has been retarded and it will be the ground for as early harvestas interests Rep- Murray LaBelle. E. D. Patterson request from a t
the first of April before much of possible after so much destruc- Reppard pard pointed out of Graceville and E. E. Carterof group of land'Ronn
these will into produc- tion during the Winter. that loss of Florida inland and Wabasso. owners in a sub-marginal area
come -
.. tion. areas underground water was a threatto "Many people know of the who want to know what can be I
Suwanee County Plants many scenic tourist attraction Soil Conservation Districts-but done to improve the use of the
LOW LEVELS REACHED"We even few landowners themselvesin
It 1 I Saturday Said DeadlineOn Soil//, Feed Crops once thought we had too many instances are not familiar land.After ascertaining that the DISTRIBUTORS OF
t much water in Florida-that our with the possibilities landowners in the area are in 1
ACA Practice Forms [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] said.
LIVE OAK-Suwannee County problem was to get rid of it Reppard agreement the district supervisors Gasoline Engines. Florida vile Transite Pipe. Buckner ::1
Applications for participation In "But over Florida it representsa will pass the request on to
farmers planted more fields to through drainage. Reppard said. Pumping Units Madewell Agricultural Sprinklers.GardnerDenver 1
network of farmers
Agricultural and growers some agency' like the U. S. Soil
the Orange County "But now we know that drainage Centrifugal '
and feed duringthe
soil-building crops reaching down to the land itself. Portable Pipe Domestic Wa
Administration soil Conservation Service for their
Conservation without water control has cost Pumps. Continental Gasoline
past year than ever before and "It's the most democratic
way technical advice. ter Systems. Florida Irrigation -
practices program must be received Florida untold damage. Power Units Diesel Engines t
they indicate they plant as of water and soil conservation
All funds for agreed work
in the office of Orange any Systems Johns.YanL1Iht Plants Accessories.
CHECKERBOARDFEED much acreage to such crops this "Our lakes at times reach dangerously possible-because nothing done are raised voluntarily by the farm :
County Agent Fred Baetzman Sat- year as they planted in 1946. low levels, our artesian except at the request of the farm.er ers themselves for the districts l
; STORE urday. County Agent S. C. Kierce said. wells stop flowing and our in- and his neighbors. have no taxing power. Therefore,
Orange County 1947 practice it has to dollar
.. 66 W. Washington St. funds total $77,100 with a $12 CO.OPERATION KEYNOTED cents gain represent to the individual a landowner and Complete Irrigation Systems:
WE SELL rCBDfA CHOWS' temporary farm limit. Several Federal and State agencies but he receives free the r
Farmers Find 46 co-operate with the districts
upon request including the U. S. technical the Federal planning and State assistance agencies.of ENGINEERING SERVICE-ESTIMATES GIVEN
Soil Conservation Service and the
Often the district has available

r HIGH PRESSURE INSTANTANEOUS Warmest Crop YearFlorida State The Extension SCS is set Service.up specificallyfor nominal machinery cost.which is supplied at atNG BFA

the purpose of aiding this EQUIPMENT SOUGHT --- -
work with technicians in each Trie Florida Association of Soil
farmers found 1946 the warmest year on district who devote their entire Conservation District Supervisorsnow
time without cost to the district is seeking to determine
Steam CleanerSAVES record, with the citrus industry harvesting its largest crop to such measures as water control agricultural equipment needs of
of 86,250,000'and bumper vegetable yields reported, W. J. problems, grove contouring
Bennett of Jacksonville declared in the annual summaryof and farm plans for proper land

the U. S. Weather Bureau. ate.Under the authority of the /lllYdlfL

Temperatures for- 1948 averaged'- State Board of Control the director for TEW\ '41 147. '42.ENGINES'.1 "100"
1 1-2 degrees above normal with nell. Light hail near Miami and of the Agricultural Extension 110.99 INSTALLED I2U.M
only the summer months from Madison did little damage. Service. A. P. Spencer is admin-
June through September ranging I atrator of the State soil conserva- A. L ALEXANDER, INC. PO.BOX 3743-PHONE6II8 630 W.CHURCH ST.
Rain accompanied by warm
below past averages. tion 1>4 W.Livingston' Tel.2-1377
k weather made May a peak :year
Rainfall averaged above normal
since 1923 favoring citrus groves Also working in co-operation are _
,- but was distributed Irrrl'111ar17. ------ -
Pensacola was 22.14 inches but causing extensive truck

4 YOU i above below.normal and Miami 18 3-4 crops damage.was Cultivation retarded. of field

S The only tropical storm to reach Cool weather came in June with '
i' the coast was in October and was beneficial crop conditions although
i MONEY,: of minor intensity causing the shipments of truck decreased.
i loss of two million boxes of citrus Light hail occurred at Orlando on TIflSIS THE LAST CALLWE
along the lower West Coast. June 15. doing little- damage.
Generally. January weather was Fields were being prepared and
j favorable with the lowest tem- planted for Fall crops during July
l'i perature reported at Perry of 24 with tornadoes hitting Milliard.
degrees. Local cold damaged ten- Gainesville and St. Petersburg and
i THE MOST ECONOMICAL, i der crops in the Okeechobee area doing scattered damage. ,
and heavy rains delayed potato August continued cool and
; POWERFUL USEFUL plantings near Hastings. drier although heavy rain HAVE .79 PREFABRICATED j
t February also was warm butdrJ' caused much stock: damage in _.. .
Taylor County. Truck and citrus
Large shipments of Winter
; Steam"Vapor Cleaner truck continued from the south groves were in good condition. :: "

and strawberries were doing Rainfall was distributed irregularly ; "
fluxing September and plant- .
well. Much new growth and $ 7.

abundant bloom was reported in ing of Fall truck was delayed in
f FILLING STATIONS INDUSTRIAL PLANTS, citrus groves. the South from heavy rainfall. "
truck did well hi October was warm and dry with 16'xl6'THAf
GARAGES. Early Spring a WE WILL SELL :
warm March. with scattered frosts. rainfall about two-thirds of nor AT.t
Rainfall was twice normal in the mal. Truck crops suffered come
Available for ImmedIate Delivery north but light in the south although damage during the tropical storm. : '
heavy precipitation damaged but were replanted quickly.
Warm weather set a record in -
truck around the Lake region.A

BAILEY MOTM" EfUINIENT 00. r planted.large acreage of corn was November above normal running and six the degrees warm S $18950'

humid weather was unfavorablefor
April was the driest since 1922 "

78 N. GARLAND ORLANDO, FLA. PHONE 8136 and wilt and southern dropping citrus of groves fruit.Digging showed good weather truck.condition Citrus for but groves needed.were cooler in- ': ., :.< .-' '
of Irish potatoes continued in the ". 'r".
1 south and around Hastings-Bun- was deficient especially DELIVERY CHARGE TO Oi;' ANDO $35.50
, 1- In the north during a warm
I December. Strong winds did con-

siderable damage around the Lower ,, _. .. ..' .
'' '''' :
East Coast and Everglades. Dry : .'< '
: ;t' ,
a'ki.svw weather hindered crops and citrus SUITABLE : A ,, OVER 250
.f 0j.4 '
I groves suffered. Some wilting and : : ); ; ;' #- "

much dropping of fruit resulted :tr .ftt ;... 4,,.,..........-,.. < :
from the dry temperatures. FOR '-.,---_..;,..;:., <...:.;<_..>>".'.,.;,";,,,.<..x.;._,;<_.+.v:.,. / SQ. FTt '

Duval Farmers Plant 6YYindowj4WoII '1
Homes .
Temporary rhx +
vrw .w-Y t. : -aer/r. hi :iw Wlnr k
Sugar Cane for Feed

(special to The Sunday Sen tinet-5 tar] Roadside Stands Sections

q.3., JACKSONVILLE-Fifteen Du-
val County dairy farmers recently
YiAM' 's V1I" planted sugar cane for feeding to Packing Sheds 5k 4-Roof Sections I'
their cows next Winter accordingto
County Agent A .8. Lawton.
Records from five dairy farms Tool Houses ?z 4-Sills
show that an average of 20 cents I _
per day per cow was saved in IC
feeding cane. Dairymen are also Work Shops '7:;, ,,y, .:y.. r.. wS 1-Door
;V. planning to sow lespedeza on many ::
acres of fertilized pasture the
agent reported. Lake Shore Cottages 2-floor Sections j

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I Page.30 l Cj I t Smtfctg &rttthtI-&tar Orlando, Florida, March 9, 1947 Peasants Balk
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., Now thru Tuesday
.: 1 peasants, fearful of their lives TOM BRENIMIXCARTOOV :
and crops threatened yesterday to LATEST WORLD NEWS
.. block plans for the building of First Show 6:40 Complete Show from 10:00 P. M.
'lax''t .i,.: national experimental laboratories
'r for atomic research on the Pla-
':g. Sr teau of Saclay, 25 miles southwestof

wr < t The Paris.peasants' objections were ; i THE CHINESE CULTURAL THEATREin I :

serious enough to bring Frances
% } top atomic energy expert Prof. I !
; ; Joliot Curie here to tell a public An Evening in ., Cathay"ORLANDO :
. meeting that the proposed atomic
, i :! 9 studies would endanger neither
... i:;: ra& the the lives peasants.He nor. the wheat crops of AUDITORIUM

Saturday March 22 8:15
:. added that Europe's largest -
cyclotron had been in constant I
use in Paris for a long i Beautiful Charming Different I
}rlyw is:y; period without affecting either
the life or property of the capi-
y Ha tal's residents. Ii Prices 90c, $1.20, $1.80, $2.40, $3.00

: ern: t: The peasants said they were im- tax included
pressed by the professor's argu- I :
i ments,but wanted to think it over. I Write Box 37, Rollins College for Tickets. En- !

close check and self-addressed stamped envelope.

a9.' 2' A +Ye J Theater Box Office open week-day. Phone
Winter Park 333. Orlando reservations from ,

I EDNA PAUL, Mezzanine San Juan. Hotel

0 Phone ORLANDO 5366. -
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I Now ae i Authentic Drama and Music of QJd China :

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:: ShowingSKATING I 14 Artists '
kw. F > .a. g i Beautiful Costumes : i

.p George Raft LT- A Rollins Players Presentation i

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Matinee 2:30 to 5:30 RW4LTEQDGIOM

Evening 8:00 to 11:00

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Joe' 'tto
After ,
the Discriminating 'Chuting '
STEAKS CHOICE DINNERS CHICKEN Next SaturdayOne t,j 1o ua.u.'T T t
. From1.25 AirplanePANAMA Manischewitz Products for SECRET
'.- Reservations Winter Park 27 500 Chase Winter Park Passover-also meats & Poultry r1bY sCam'
CITY IAP A search
Sudan 1Z:3-S; *-*_ Dally except Mo.] f-I p.JI. of the features of the 119 W. Church St. TeL 2'ZZZS
railroad continued yesterday for one of five America's Finest Rink :
three-ring circus
= Sparks
. MHMwstea' iw I. j I ""i'Ii.lllli "Ii
fliers who bailed of their HEART
which will pitch its tents here Army out I b
win-engined C-45 plane shortly r
. next Saturday at the Livingstonand
before it ran out of fuel and
} Garland Sts show grounds is crashed near Youngstown, Fla., DANCING TONIGHT "T.. LIONEL BARRYMORE

MARCH MaJ.David A. Smiley senior officer -
1 N on the mission. was last seen .
when he parachuted from the *:M P.M. to 12 P.M. 4N
ft plane and. thus far Tyndall Field KNOWLTON'S LAKESIDE ORCHESTRA ;. ,,(>,\' .. M.G.M
t '\ 21 searching parties have found no ZH Mlles Sooth of Orlando on Old Dixie Highway ,' 'Eni
trace of him. .
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--jV POLICE ....... Capt. William Cunningham pilot FLAMINGO C CLUB
." } ; Lt. Dale E. Riley M/Sgt. C. 1
A T. Unsey and Srt. T. R. WahL i

CityAuditorium 1 Home addresses of the men were ti PRESENTS
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t I not immediately available. BETTY HILLARD-Ingeneue Supreme I


JULIANNA-Lovely Lady of Spain

f': : ": 14 ACTS l .Associated ofl ii s MANYA DEL RIO-Interpretive Dancer -', HGHJHEARTSTIiRINC. jo fII



; Central Florida's 3 Shows Mihtly-9-11-1 Dinner Served From ( P.M. to u.M. OXAMCE .,
s Best TalentWINNER circus clownthe IJ ,
' N. L. Hasty Jr. Phone ISIS COVER CHARGE Me SATLRDAT 7Sc ClosedReservations ,
. : A army of clowns. "Merry" Andrews o.
t t. I "Joeys" and other fun- 44 E. Colonial Dr. Tel. 2-2162 :: 8andaya
r ; makers whose mission in life is to
make oldsters as well as young-
'. i' sters forget the troubles of the _

t Arthur Godfrey clowns include Ernie Burch ;
whose antics keep audiences in
gales of mirth during the entire
: Talent Show program.Others who have achieved 1 1 NOW WNp 1w ER

t _ I fame in "Clown Alley" and W .. :.. SHO WII6 No.r w pMAN
4 who will be seen are Elmer Lind- D..rt Of.. I*:.a could.
1 quist-known for years to circus s IifN e
audiences as "Mee Too": Gilbert NOW SHOWING wo .tote 1111
ONEDAY ONE Wilson. Dime his ur9
ORLANDO Wilson. Zeke La entlsty&h
ONLY DAY ONLY Mont.Billy Montrose"Bozo" Hat- ::
sell Mel Henry Frank Ward. nillte tMst :::'

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496 N. Orange Ave. ,
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BritishBowlers Lucia Hammond and her daughters Orlando, Florida, March 9, 1947 fo.f fcmtlttg &rtttbwl-&tar Page 31 :

,"visiting. here-from New.:Tork.Bin. ChautauquaWill

To Be 'Guests'.OfVisitors'Club" Hammond will sing agroupof Apopka Sailor AdvancedJarrel

solo MarceUe
soprano ; Open
Hammond contralto, will present -' Girl Scout Cam Planned W. Ellis USN son of Mrs.

a group of maskal'naID- it i---- : p Dorothy Fisher of Apopka, has

1 The party of '30'British lawn ban, and will Join with Mrs. Here TodayAnnual been advanced to seaman first

bowlers who 'Orlando for In duets. class at the Naval Air Station
are In Hammond Christian Chautauqua As Girl Scouts all over the country by the Orlando Council from June I will include swimming, nature Corpus Christi Texas. A graduateof
tournament with local bowlers Hammond Trope will be '
t Sally Tabernacle celebrate Wednesday the 29 to Aug. 10, with 400 of the study, arts and crafts dramatics
will be Rests of honor at the accompanist at the piano.A sponsored by the Apopka High School. Ellis entered -
Christian Church will open todayat 35th anniversary of Girl Scouting 790 registered Girl Scouts here and singing. A registered nurse the Navy in June. 1946.

:meeting of the Orlando WinterV1aitors" grand march at 9 o'clock will 8:30: ajn. when speakers and : in the United States. Orlando Girl eligible to attend. will be included on the staff.

Club at 8 pjn. TuesdayJn open an evening of dancing. singers will be presented in a scouts will make preparations to Age limit for campers have The camp committee Is composed The U. S. Patent Office has is-

the Municipal-Auditorium.- Knowlton's orchestra will furnish Ji round table radio interview on the attend a Summer camp at Deer been set from 10 to 17 years. of Mrs. Clyde McKenzie. co- sued 2.500.000 patents since it was

The. program Includes the the music. Evangel Hour over WLOF. Lake in the Ocala. National Forest It was pointed-out that this chairman: Mrs. E. Lv Brewton established 154 years ago.

Orange Blossom Hillbillies in a At 9:45: am.. the Bible School it was announced at Girl Scout will be the first time in nine Mrs. S. P. Newell. Mrs. Mollie S.

group of cowboy songs and the As many as J4 seals hare been will be held, followed at 11 am., Headquarters yesterday. years of existence that the Or- Rosen and Miss Opal Thomas all

.Hammond Trio. taken from the stomach of a 16- by an address by E. L., Ehnore Through an agreement with the lando Girl Scout Council has of Orlando: Mrs. Mae Hutson, cochairman I IiIi'1I4

The latter group Includes Mr*. ,foot killer whale. one of the leading ministers of the Daytona Beach Council, which been able to offer established ; Mrs. W. H. Rager. and

Christian Church and editor of leases the site from the Forestry camping for its girls. Mrs. Bernice C. Miller. all'of Day-

THE SUMMER SET HOUSE the Christian Herald who will Service, the camp will be operated The progam offered campers tona Beach. CHILD'

speak on "The Christian and the

OKMC Srel8 ..A.hsJ1 Ckd.j! Real treakfasts a Specialty Lords Day."

P Curb Strrkc Tasty Sandwiches. Shrimp aid Chicke Baskets Young people of the church I The Sunday Sentinel-Star Radio ProgramIn BETTER

win hear an address by John Wilson -

aIusrs I ,' I KB *..A* OrtaM *_ ..... W. P. ti.l-. ( It. 17.U at 6:30 pm.. and at 7:30: pjn. a special broadcast over WLOF at 4:30: pjn. WD.O ($*0) WLOF U2M WOUX (* )
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Israel During
10 00 Church Air Il of HaVnd
.. of
ku Op.s C A. U. II 4akhL closed WedDea4an. Winter ParSI Don Nickerson will speak on Raymond Swing and Elmer Davis on the eve of 10:15: Church of Air ___ .....a.. of Israel San. Morn. Music

DON NICKERSON "What Must the Lost .Sinner Do the Moscow Conference opening, analyze the hopes 10'30 Voice of Prophecy Southernaires Sun. Morn. Muslel
1045 Voice'of Prophecy Southerpatres Sun. MerlE Mattel DR. ERNEST OSBORNE
on musical program to Be Saved and fears of a world trying to heal the scars of 11 00 News ______ lat Presb'T Church "Desian for Ustntn
LAKE EiU HOTEL DINING ROOM Nickersoft will appear on a war. The program will also include results of Interviews 11:15: Dr. Osfeoni ____ lit Presb-y Church Destin for Ustntn' NOTED CHILD
11:30 Salt Lake Choir lat Presb Church Windsor String 01 *
musical '
at Eola Park at
N. EOLA DBIYK AT ROBINSON program by ABC correspondents with officials and 11'45 Salt Lake Choir _. lit Pr .b'y Church Proudly We Hall PSYCHOLOGIST

I. : Delicious food 3:30: pjn. today, under the private citizens of important world capitals whose 12.00 In,. to Learning News Summary News _h_ ---- -
Homelike Atmosphere Gospel SingerTo auspices of the Christian BusinessMen.s futures will be shaped by decisions and 12'is IOT. to Learning The Vagabonds __ Holljw'd Salon Or. PRESENTED BY
12.30 Gospel Hoar __ Sunday Strlnts .. HoUyw Salon Or.
Moderate Prices Committee. drawn up at the conference. 12 4a oo ptl Hour _u__ Raymond SwlngMoilywd Salon Or.

to Luscheoa and Dlaaer At Arturo Toscanini directs the NBC 1'00 Gospel Hour __ Piano Music America United CHILDCRAFTWDBO
Closes MondaysCater PartiesPhone 2-4114 Appear Symphony 1'IS Ooe:>el Hour ___ Melody Remember America United .. ,
Orchestra; in an allBrahmsconcert over WORZat 1 30 Sun Serenade ... Sammy Kaye _.. U of ChL ndtable
$$2,662 Paid 5 The 1:45: Howard K- Smith Kaye. Fact. Flcfa U of Chi.R'Ddtable
pm. program opens with his "Tragic

Wfcere DIS&IBII.tII 1 Concert TodayRichard Overture." 3.'00 Wkly News Review Danc'r.Dr.DanTId Sunday MatInee 11:15 A.M.
2 IS Wkly News RevIew Dan*'r.Dr. Dantld Sunday Matlne. :
Maxwell nationally "Bhagavad Gita, a religious philosophicalpoem 2.30 Here To Ja __ Ltheraa Hour Sunday )Matlne .
HLi. interwoven as an episode in the great Indian 2 45 Here To Ya _Un Lutheran Hour -- Sunday Matlneo
known gospel singer and Pat B. To 216 Jobless
epic "The Mahabharata" appraised on CBS' "In- 3'00 N. T. Phil Orch. Warriors of Peaco Sunday Matinee* .
0 Withrow Jr.. who toured Army vitation 3:15: N. T. Phil. Orch. Warriors of Peace Sunday Matinee. OFFTHERECORD I
to Learning.heard at 12 noon from 3.30 N. T. Phil. Orch. Pres. fr'm Hollywd Sunday Matinee*
and Navy camps during the war WDBO. :3.43 N. T. Phil. Orch. Air Lane Trio __ Sunday Matinee.

COCKTAIL LOUNGE will be featured in the sacred con- Unemployment compensation "The Jack Benny Show" with Mary Livingston. 4:00: N. Y. PhiL Orch. These Our Childr Pree'w of Tomor'w FromAssociated I
... ..-... Sisfd Hlvay MaHla**.**4 AHamsnU_.T*. W. P.1171-U : payments amounting: to 2662.50 I Phil 4 IS N T. Phil. Orch. These Our Childr A Gift from Longs Music Center I
cer to be presented at the City were made in Orange County to Harris Dennis Day, and Rochester, is heardat 4'30 Hour of Charm Week, Mod World Patterns In Melody
7 pjn. from WORZ. .4 45 Hour of Charm ... Week, Ar'nd World Pattern M Melody byVIRGINIA
Auditoriums today at 3 p.m. under
216. Including 55 men and 161
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5 00 Family Hour Darts for Douch NBC Orchestra.S
the joint sponsorship of the women during the week ending Frederic 'March and Florence Eldridge star as -IS Family Hour _____ Darts for Dough NBC Orchestra. PAYNE .
Gaylord and Linda Esterbrook 5 30 Host Carmichael Counter Spy __ !NBC' OrchestraS _
I in the
CLUB CABANA Broadway Methodist Church and March 1. Recipients were classified stage and 4S WIlL Shire .__ Counter Spy NBC Orchestra _
screen hit. "No Time For "
Comedy. I
as professional and managerial Theater
the Veterans Hospital programs. 6 00 Oxsie A Harriet Drew Pearson Sacred HeartS ___ St. Patrick's Day is near at
three clerical and sales 1'1, Guild on the Air" at 10 pjn. from WLOF. .. ... _
Maxwell Is well known for his I Ozzie & Harriet Don Gardiner Dare Rose Orch. hand. so I'd like to tell you of the
Zino 8 30 Kate Smith ___ Great Story Told Bob Burns Show .
service 10. skilled 24 semi-skilled Francescatti. French violinist :
Florida's Newest and plays ____ records I have for you to celebratethis
Central Largest Night Club broadcasts national radio net- CI.4S Kate Smith Great Story Told Bob Burns Show_
on seven unskilled 10, agriculture 139, Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto in E Minor with the 7.00 Gene Autry ___ N..lnll-R- ...Jack Benny' -- .-. occasion. My newest and best
,J MILES NORTH OF ORLANDO CITY LIMITS [D. S. 441] works. Withrow. In addition to beIng and not classified six. New York Philharmonic Symphony under the direction '7:15: Gene Autry _- MMsln Heirs __ Jack Benny _-_-_. album has Phil Began singing
National Director of the Vet- 7:30 Blondie __ The Clock ___. Fitch Bandwagon
STEAKS CHICKEN SEAFOOD erans Hospital Programs. has been State-wide unemployment com- of Bruno Walter at 3 pjn. from WDBO. 745: Blondle ._u uu The Clock ____on Pitch Bandwasena your favorite Irish Songs: "My
pensation payments during the The program also includes of-Tomor'w' Wild Irish Rose."Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-
k associated with Maxwell in a number Beethoven's Overture '00 Sam Spade -.._ D--En. Hour Stars
week totaled 87157.00 and were to "Prometheus." and the Fourth "-IS Sam Spade ___ Bun. ETC. Hour Stars of Tomor'w I Loo-Ra." "A LIttle Bit of
of tours over the country dur- Symphony in E
8 30 Crime Doctor: Sun. ETC. Hour Musical ShowcaseB "
MUSIC BY NO COVER CHARGE ing the war. Both have previously made to 5,760 persons. These fig- Minor by Brahms. '4S Ned Calmer h_.__ San Eve Hour Musical Showcase Heaven "Mother !Machree."

appeared In Orlando. ures do not include allowances WDao CSIO --Rildecarde- ; _-_n Walter Wlnchell Pops concert-= "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling
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EDDIE KING Except Saturday Night paid to unemployed veterans from 1'00 Melodleg _____ N WLO.I _11tH.______ Sign on WO.Z& Neal 9 IS HUdesarde ___.. Louella Parsons Pops Concert & "Little) Town In The OUldDon't
Also appearing in the concert 1:15: MeIOdI __ 0101'7 P1rsant. :3C Eddy Bracken Jimmy Fidler Pops Concert: County Down."
Federal funds which tabulated Glory Pleasnt Trio ., .
are 9 45 Eddie Bracken Policewoman PoPS Concert:
6:30: MelodIc, n u -
EVERY NIGHT CLOSED SUNDAY will Miss Helen Benner, New Chapel In the StF Chapel ID the Sky
be miss this
._____ Rour-;:_
monthly on a State-wide basis. _1:45: Melodtes .. Chapel in the Sky Chapel In the Sty 10 OOTakeIt"i.eaYe It Theater Guild Variety -
York meno-contralto and the 7:OO-MthOdlat .. 10:15 Tate It. LP.ye 1& Tbtel' GaUd Variety: Ro1lr album. If you .:
: Hour Ori.n Re.eHl. New. ___. __I__Z
Larkin Sisters radio television At the last count 20,500 veterans 7.15 Methodist Hour .. Organ Reveille Music HT Sweete 10:30: We The People Theater Guild Variety Hour prefer a girl Vocalist -
> 7:30 Master ... 10 45 We. n. People _' Theater Guild u Variety Hoar u A
Sincere '
quartet. drew a total of $1,307,442 Organ R nllMu\ le by Sweeten Eileen Farrell.Soprano.has- ..
: GarySUrBaf TITT'V INN J9TC 8. Orange _'7:45 Bob Jones Organ Rn lIMuale\ by SweetenS 11:00: News-Feature ..- World ToD11e. Spin News from NBC .
I if '*-'W' *s, BlossomW Trail < > Miss Benner has appeared on during February. 00 News -"- ---- News Summary News .. 11:15 Report UNO _____ Set to Musle __ Caser.Searehtncrr 0 :
senr the urn delicious foods from noon till C that 1Lr\J major network programs while Payments to lion- veterans 8:15:: ChrIst DeclIon for Now World-.. Sliver Strings .. Ortmn Recital 11:45 11:30:: Music Music You You Know Know Billy Billy Butt Buttertleld rflelll R H. Russell Russell Musle Musle recorded a heart-
Tabernacle Church
S NBC String Q'rtet album
during; the evening the Larkin Sisters, in addition to throughout the State for the week 8.'. Christ for World Tabernacle Church NBC String Octet 12 00 News -- SliD Oil-:::::::=-News ._' _. warming

t if "='Juii $1.25 other programs, have formed a reflected an increase over the .-92-CBS-Newt C<>M* *0 C. OD Bus World SCSI 12,IS Musle Ma by Shredntek of IrishBanad...
SHRIMP 12:30 Musle Or.
Francis Crate is
j : This collection
8.1S __ .,
choral background for Maxwell's 5nlro Coast to C. oa Bus story to Order .
previous week when $84,220.50 was 11:30: Renfro Valley __ Ci*.; to C. on Bus Words Musia 12 45 Music Francis Craig Or." entirely different
radio program "Hymns You paid. 9.4* Johnson Family Coast to C. on Bus The Coronettes 1.00 Sign Off h___' News Sign off ". from the other .but either is very
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There is public admission is invited charge.to attend buta All Veterans Now Orange County Park qcd 110 810.J. good.In the single record line Bing
Cent Fla Dee Co to City of Winter J. Robertson et al to Lloyd Armstrong Crosby sings "Who Threw The
Park wd $1
free will offering will be taken -
Court Records City of Winter Park can lien. et ax wd S10. Overalls)) In Mrs. Murphy's Chow-
Eligible V-6 MARRIAGE APPLICATIONSHarry City of Winter Park can lien. L. M McMillan et al vs T. N. Llmbanghauiet der. "It's the Same Old Shille

'Sacred Nun' Orchid City of Orlando nOT Oslesby et ax title lls Ddena.IDtentat lagh." "Dear Old Donegal" and'McNamaras
Edward Kasper. 39. citrus. elI( final d..ree.Leon.rd .
Naval ReserveVeterans Development Co to Sadie E. "
W. Pine and Ames Louise Britt 40. W. Gray to Dorothy O. Floyd Band.
Adair wd 810Interstate
I in Bloom cashier. 200 N Shine bargain and sale deed tl. the Irish
really gives
Reported Development Co to Mrs. Lottie Bing you
John Allen .
England Jr.
from all branches of 20. Columbus.
A. J. Thomas et BX to Rebecca Jane Adatr wd SI.Hernia .
Ohio. and Alberta Jane spirit when he sings these songs.
Bcarlock. 19.
Among the many varieties of the Armed Forces are now eligiblefor typist. Ocoec Thomas wd 810. Rushla et ax: to William H.
R. B. Brossler to L W. Heaton claimstiles. Jones wd 810 One of the most popular hits of
Mead membership in v.& Inactive Vlncet Aubrey Knudegard. 29. pilot. 8IS
orchids in bloom at the 1
now Claire Burch to D. Sander wd In
C. et as: the day is "How Are Things
Woodward Ave. ana Janet Malnes Reed. .
Naval Reserve Chief S. S. City of Winter Park to A. L Snodgrass
Botanical Garden is the Phaius or .
29. 70S N Adalp.COUNTY 810Eniene Glocca Morra. and is beautifully
et wd 810
er, Navy Recruiting ux I, M. Speer et ax: to N: J. Stokes et
"Sacred Nun" orchid, it was reported announced yesterday.The Klenk-I John Turner. letters JUDGE'S of COURT discharge estate wd Joe 810 L. Stevens et nx to L. Roy Seckinger i ax wd 810. sung by Dick Haymes. It is backedup

yesterday. wily obligation In of Marie Tl1rtH'r.CUshm.n Fannie Dillard to First Nat Bank W ....................n-am by Twas Only An Irishman'sDream. 1
More than a dozen stalks of Joinlng'j S. Radebaoth. pettion for let- Garden mtg 15000. : ; ." .
Chief. Kienker said would tern testamentary, estate of Mary Ann -
serv- Cecil
Chester A. Furnas et ux to Herbert
this rare orchid are now bloom- Sloan. 1 1I You will also like Johnny Des-
ice in the case of a national McMlchen et ux agreement for deed : RADIOS
ing with a half-dozen flowers on MeTtle V. Cral. et al. petition for orderof 13.022.50. mond singing "In the Eyes of My
administration unnecessary estate of First Nat Bank W Garden James C. I II
to I
each stalk. gency.Meantime, ratings are emer-j Harry H Fnhrman Buford et ax sm. Irish Colleen" with Russ Case. and
The four orchid houses, it was tamed longevity John Cheney Ellerbe. et al. petition for Albert Encson et ax to State of Via I WASHERS His Orchestra.
order of administration
nnaecessary. ee- .
easement 11.Gertrud.
explained, and slat-house were and other benefits realized. tate of Dou_U., Rlon Ellerbe. W. Walton! D to State of Via Come in and get your Irish records -

fully protected from the recent Only requirements to join are estate Pearl of Chad Ida Brown..irk. first annual report. eeeement. II.R. : NEED REPAIRS? :I now. whether for party or for j 1
B Griffith et to State of Via
ax home listening.So .
: cold spell. They contain hundredsof discharge and separation papers. Ernest Olen Wood petition to sell estate easement 1. For Any Make '
in The of Ella K. Wood. George Karel et ax to State of Via Call until next week same .J
interesting tropical plants Navy Recruiting Office is Ocor.. 8. Amory. et al order for distribution easement 81. : I II column-
addition to the collection 5,000 located in the Post Office Bldg. estate. of Laura A. Lawrence Robert L. Cannon et ax to Edward Francis : 4;
orchid plants. Annual return estate of Minnie Kahle. Kalemba et ax wd 810. I BARTON'SYou
4 4tI
J. H. Lone for
petition non-admlnls F. l. Roberts eaK to Annie Roberts C a e A I
The youngest orchid plants on Pine Castle NewsPINE tratlon. estate of Dorothy Razen Lone.Lotti wd 110.Emm.. I Benefit By.Our 25 : '
N Stroinlder. annual return estate #1. ( ) i4..1
exhibition are only 13 months old of Lorraine 8hlpesINSTRUMENTS. .Mills to William H. Sellers wd Years Experience: 1
and one-fourth inch high. The Baby FILED 810Arthur ML Sour et u t* Charles C. I Next to Colony Theatre ,
Pre-School Clinic was held Wed- R OhM et t John Lester Ohse wd
ux Associated Stores
gardens are open from B a.m.. to 5 110 Gressang et ax wd 810 Winter Park 12 1 ,
nesday in the elementary school. Lactic H. Lott et az to Arthur Singletonet I 143 N. Orange
pjn. weekdays, and Sundays. George J Rodgklnson et nx to Era ER..ner
7; Overcrowded conditions there have .rd S10. Anna ux wd L.810 Pomeroy to Robert K. Dittrlch t......................! Phone 5300.
brought about the need for a O 0 Hrasley et ax to George W et ax wd 810 J
larger place for the Churchill' et nx part rel netg tlOOO. Carrlsan and Boland. Inc. to Ruth A.
Townsend Club To Meet Clinic's use. George W Churchill et ox to J R Jackson 'H
__ and any ideas about acquiring it et ux wd; (10J Lang wd 810Sarah
C. DarUson to B D. Davis etvx
Orlando Townsend Club No. 2 are sought by Miss Wright, county Ul mtc R Jack$1000.on et ox to George W Church wd $10.Sarah i .
will meet at the Colonlaltown Wo- C. Darlsson to Oscar Davis et
nurse or Mrs. E. M. Totten. P-TA Barbara' Draper to James. R Wheeleret

men's Club Tuesday at 7:30: pjn. health chairman. Next meetingof ux am.Sarah ax wd 810. et BX: to H. A. UcArthuret I PUBLIC ADDRESS EQUIPMENTPublic
W Watson to R Wheeler JuR.'D I
Pres. Buddy Hays has announced.: the Clinic will be from 2 to 3 et ux nIl S80OO ; I

Community singing and a novelty pjn. Wednesday April 2. Gertrude. R Marden to James R Wheeler Sipple W. Leonard et ux wd Bartham 810. to George M. :

fish pond game will be played. Brownie Scouts met Wednesdaywith et L ux T sm Jernlcan to Oabel Cons Co claimof John Han et ax to U. Austin Potter et i Address Systems-Sound '

WED. MARCH 12 1947 8:30 PM.: Mrs. Phillips at the Little lien (283 ax wd $10.Mary Hagln. to Roy Balsden wd 810. 1
,. : House continuing work on their Olaf A wd Lundqulst(10. et ax to MarcnerlteGraham Ida Anna Ryan and Iiabell Roberta to Systems Interoffice Communicating 1
"*' NO PRICE RAISE HERE bird scrapbooks.Cub Walter to Charles R. Bias et ax wd 810 '
A Dun Jr et us Madxe A
SOROSIS HOUSE 108 LIBERTY Morgan Brothers to Oabel Construction
ST. Systems-special applications
Dun to mtc (820O -
Maitland Gardens Scout Den 2 met at the .
Turkey -Home of Sylvester T Wilson Inc to Mrs M M Co claim of lien 831S 12.
Quality Turkeys. Young Broad. E. M. Tottens Friday. Prizes won Sulatyckt wd (10 Lute B. .Desrorners et Tlr to State ofVia ; to suit requirements.More ; ,,1
breast White Turkeys at GSa lb. by the group at the Orlando ExpOSition William E Myers et ux" to Henry C Jerome ted $1.Eusene
A DATE .. A TIME A PLACE... TO REMEMBER FOR- dressed. No Pin Feathers. The lB'. C1OOO C.. Blomely et al to State ofVia than 20
finest Quality of meat money can included first prize for Leon H Bass to Ida S Barker wd (10Oeorte qcd 11.WIlII.m I years experience at j
produce. Located Jifc>> miles east el model boat Judson Burdlck; S Anderson et ux to JUaa: thChool.l.a H Crane et u to P. C. Hutchinson -
"LOVERS OF CHEAT AND IEAUTIFUL et ux out 83.000.Morgan
17-92 at Maitland. first, model airplane Judson Bur- ) wd (10 Brothers to Oabel Cong Co your command. ]
J E Boyd to Paul Harrison wd (350
Owner L. Rice dick; first. tin can bird house Benjamin L Banks et ux to M H claims of Hen tt>.
Ph. Winter Park 1J11-M J
MUSIC"When K. O. Pettey to Ales J:. Kabler ct axam
: David Totten: and second prize Nutt et al mtc (121 45.Walter .
B Brown et ux to A C BUseHcd i
for den furniture, a den project. $10.Lamar. Howard D. Hoover et ax to Frank B.
A CONCERT sponsored by B'nal B'rith Cash awards for these will be WIlson to Robert Bfflups wd (10.James Clay et ux mil 81,500Vira :
Moore et al dIsclaimer.Elsie MILLER RADIO CO.
R Wheeler! l et ux to' Barbara
will be held for the benefit of given at the next meeting Fridayat Draper mtc (3500 Murdock to George Semis et asagreement
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL BUILDING FUND 8 pjn. at the Methodist Church. Fidelity Title and Loan Co to James 81.200. I
The SOS Club met with Martha R Wheeler, et ux cd 1. David ... Myers to Dorothy D. Footeet
L T Jemican to Oabel Cons Co claim Tlr tel agreement 81.
FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT PLEASURETHE Barber. New officers were electedas of lien 14>, Walter C. Lee to Nina P. Hampton am. 139 S. Court Street TeL 7463

FOLLOWING ARTISTS follows: Dorothy Harris, presi- Mabel Hurt Blckerstaff to 0 Harold Martlee Hampton Olvens et Tlr to Frank II
dent; Paula Burns vice president; Am Realty Co to decree Fender et IX: A. B. Saunders et ax to B. X. Steel wd *
AND TALENT Ginger Wham secretary: Jackie wd 10.
Rush wmiam\ to Mrs Lid
C Foster
Wham, treasurer. After the meet-
wd 10.
ALPHONSE & KATHERINE CARLO tog a shower was given honoringthe Fred H Tattle to Hath Williams fpl wd

PROFESSORS OF VIOLIN AND PIANO AT ROLLINS CONSERVATORY president the former Edyth (10.winix and Wright to Oabcl Cons Co
OF MUSIC Crlttenden. now Mrs. T. H. claim of lien (S). .
Watkins. W K PrIce Jr et US to John L Jackson LISTEN APPEAR
asslcn mtc (10
Attending were Joyce Brown Florence Bunker Clark to 0 Harold Ftr-
MYER SHADERFLORIDA'S June Entzminger, Peggy and Barbara i raft et uz: qed 1.
L T Jernlcaa to Oabel Cone Co claim of : INThorpe's
MOST FAVORED BARITONE Hicks. Martha Bowman. lien (4X.State.

ASSISTED AT.THE PIANO BY Next meeting will be held at the Bank of Apopka to A L, WhItehead .

home of Martha Bowman when D R et Hutehlncson al am. et U to Gulf Life Inc
WALTER B. KIMBLE Installation of officers will be Co mtc (2000.
Pire Dairy Pro..cls held. A L. Whttehead. et al te D H HutcMng- Stars of Tomorrow
l Mabel Eldredft Barasley et etc to A J
Whitehead ocd 1.
Successors to the original Ice City of Winter Part can lien.
!BERNARD DIED LARD Howard B dough et ox to CleTeland
Cream Mfgr. ,of Orlando are Weed et ax wd 10. -
ALL CENTRAL FLORIDA IS! PROUD OF THIS UP AND COMING still Comedy Team will William C Oibona et wx to Lather Z:
' CONCERT: VIOLINIST FROM MAITLAND AND liOLLTNS maintaining their reputa- Herring wd 10. 5 EVERY SUNDAY AT 8 P. N.
tion for ice cream of delicious L T Jernlcasi claim .f lien (2).
James "a".eU M aK to City of (rlnter
I TICKETS MAY BE PURCHASED AT flavor'and fine quality. Money !

Youth Center. 66 N. Orange Ave.: San Juan and Angebilt Drug pay you For color freshness"In ..

Stores: Associated. Southern and Cooper Music Stores-in Orlando -
We .deliver orders for 1 quartor
Drug Stores or Music Shops-in Winter Park Kitchens and Baths a e '
Chairman 2-4000-0rlando. more from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. : : WORZ
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I listeners show business(li t ftPr'l.will that pay u)you real radio U.S. bke cold er sCrer Is aaansttnt Auditions Every Tuesday, WORZ Studio, 3 P. M. ;

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300 Orlando Pupils | I Gideons To Hear DOWN GO HIGH

! Join In Musical Fete 'Song LeaderDarrell ,

.t Three hundred students from Orlando Senior High Frelelgh. dramatic tenor
soloist and song leader of the Rice
3 School, Memorial Junior High School and Cherokee Junior evangelistic party will address the PRICES I FOR M 0 N
i High School participated in the District 4 Vocal Musical Orlando Gideons- their break- Unloading our entire stock of Curtains, Blankets Spreads
" Festival at DeLand Friday taking 13:first places and fiv.e fast a.m.in meeting the YMCA.tomorrow at. 7:30 and Towels at New, Low, Sacrifice, Deep Cut prices. No .
phone orders or layaways on merchandise advertised. All --
:.. second honors. Frelelgh was a pastor for nine
J. The festival Drought' together'one years In Merriam. Kan,, before goIng ,sales final! Be here with, the Crowds get your sharel +
i: assemblies of with Bill Rice, here
of the largest Evangelist
, Doors 9 A.M '
- Central Florida musicians ever to for a citywide campaign sponsoredby open Sharp : 71
c convene with more than 600 band the Christian Business Men's ... 9 1
members from 11 cities performing Committee at the Alliance Church.
. before a crowd of more than 2.000 Pres. A.. P. Swaidmarlc an-
a spectators.The nounced yesterday that the annual Look What Values Penney's Offers :
performance was directed State convention of Gideons will : .
a by Henry Fillmore.president of -be held in Jacksonville Mar. 2123.E. .
" the National Bandmasters Assn., G. Rich of Orlando State president -
i nationally famous composer.. and ?will preside.

":., conductor.The first. division ratings- in concert Cameras/To Record mAlOUNGJNEW # ##
'j> and sight reading were won -
J, by OHS Ocala Leesburg and De- Old-Timers MarbleTournament 1
- Land High Schools. Cherokee and 1{ ;
_ Memorial both placed first in concert Here fjt ,
t but did not participate in the SELLING PRICE, ALL NOW $3.50 t ,
:. eight reading competition. Orlando grown-ups will get backto '
ML. Dora Winter' Park.,and marble-playing days.tomorrow. Yes, folks, we've taken our entire stock of lovely NOW )4

k. Daytona's breeze placed Mainland second and In both Sea- ; Residents and Winter visitors priscella curtains and repriced every pair to sell ; .. '

i- concert and sight reading. Mel- have, been inVited'by B.'H. Over- fast! Dotted mar uisettes,'twatone scrims, dob- .

;.- bourne placed first In concert- peck. Chamber of Commerce tourist by dots. Grand big sizes too! All from our regular ; 1;
and second In sight reading.
director to join In an Old-Tim seconds! Come in Mon. ,
,: OHS other first place winners 4- ers Marble'TUJ'n ment,,with the stock; absolutely no ; ,
were Mixed Chorus. Boys' Glee take choice!
) Club. Girls': Glee Club Girls' Trio, xrZ possibility: that the winners may your _
r. and SoloistS Jack Thompson bari see their_pictures In Life and other f' Curtain
; tone. Donald Bang, baritone Jim national magazines.The Balcony .> ,. _, ._ .
i Maynard. tenor Virginia Carter DARRELL,FRELEIGH Feature .:..t'. '{,.<" i. 1.:! 0'-
,to be held at 12:30 lt Y -' s \ 't SCRIM
' and Martha Tiller so- 1'W.r..c''., .
soprano .
.. dramatic tenor soloist ,',.. ,: :, '.:
) prano. Second place,winners were p m.'tomorrow at Exposition Park ',, .-, "
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r, Girls' Quartet Boys'Quartet.MIx- will be photographed for Life and '. ..i ,
ed Quartet and Jean Summers so- aria Mrs. Campbell was elected A" "'. : 39c ami I
.f, prano. president of District 4; Mrs. Ollie Parade magazines George, Bar- .....,..:.:..' ;'i.;; ." NOW!!
': ris. photographer who has t .1"6.- -
Memorial firsts Included Girls Reese Whittle. Sanford vice president \ #-. ->
Glee Club.Mixed Chorus and Marilyn Veronica Gove Stetsoj University been spending some time in Orlando .. COTTAGE
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.;.. Barnes '. soprano. Second secretary-treasurer;, and other national maga- ;' : : '";.f. ,0< !49 ,
places went to Boys' Glee Club. zine cameramen who will be here e, r. ': ::' ,?. ;\:; r.f BAICONX SETS '
Cherokee placed first. with a Mixed Gashas more than 21.000 Industrial for the event. ,% ;1 -.o : : ..:;}';: OWN CURTAINS! *
Chorus. uses such as vulcanizing, ". -\ ;- .1''tfl' Finest quality marqui
r Directors were Mrs. Julia Xi' welding refining lead and solder The South African weaver bird : ; .{ \\''i settes. White or colors x,1 hl r f YOUR CHOICE f ,
Campbell. OHS Mildred Gibbs pressing clothes and pasteurizing builds its nest with the entranceat ,, "' ->" ': 36" and 40".
: Cherokee, and Law Mallard Mem- mUk. the ,bottom.ItING' a Balcony tF
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