WINTER PARK TOPICS A Weekly Review of Social and Cultural Activities During the Winter Resort Season Entered as second-class matter January 8, 1937, at the Post Office, at Winter Parlt, Fin., under the Act oj March 3, 1819. Vol. 15—No. 11 Charles P. Hammond, Publisher Winter Park, Florida, Friday, MARCH 12, 1948 Season Subscription $2.25 Price 15 Cents WOMAN'S CLUB TO SHOW "IRON FANG MAN" NEXT LEE ADAMS PAINTINGS AT ANNIE RUSSELL A major event in the calendar of Winifred Gwyn-Jeffreys has au- the Woman's Club of Winter Park thored another exciting, spellbind- is the exhibit of paintings by Lee ing, peanut-selling ''mellow-dram- Adams to be held next week under mer," "The Man With the Iron the auspices of the Art Department, Pang," to open next .Thursday in Mrs. Leland Murrah, chairman, Annie Russell Theatre, also play- and arranged by Mrs. Edith Tadd Little with the assistance of Dr. ing the evenings of March 19 and and Mrs. George H. Opdyke and 20. It is being presented for the Mrs. Edward M. Davis. Annie Russell Theatre Improve- ment Fund. Theatregoers recalling last sea- son's peanut-pelted "Finger of Fate 1 ' will have another opportuni- ty to hiss the villain and applaud the hero. "The Man With the Iron Fang" is the story of the electri- fying exploits of Skinlock Bones, celebrated sleuth, who foils a gang- The nave of Knowles Memorial Chapel, an impressive setting for the land attempt to steal a bracelet Bach Festival of Winter Park. from the hero of the play. The hero must have the trinket in order to NEW HAMPSHIRE ARTISTS DEFECTS IN FOREIGN Identify himself and claim his in- SHOW AT MORSE GALLERY heritance. POLICY OUR DANGER Pronounced by critics a brilliant Howard Bailey will be seen as cross section of the many trends in "Is there no hope?" groaned Win- Skinlock. Barbara Greason is the contemporary American painting, ter Park's elder statesman, John heroine. Henry Jacobs portrays the the exhibition of 40 pictures by the Martin, of lecturer Col. James juvenile hero. Rose Dresser, Lydia New Hampshire Art Association Warner Bellah, after the latter had Dorsett, Ernest Kilroe, Baroness will be shown at the Morse Gallery given an extremely ominous pic- Colette van Boecop, Rudolph Fisch- ture of the problems confronting er, Ainslee Minor, Edith Allen, Jul- of Art, opening Monday, March 15, the United States in his address, iana Crow and Jack Hennessy com- at 2 p.m. Among the prominent "Pitfalls of American Foreign Pol- prise the group of criminals led by artists whose work is included are icy," in the Town Hall Series. Helen Bailey and William Whltta- Malvina Hoffman, Grace Bliss Col. Bellah is a realist and has ker. Horace Tollefson, Rhea Marsh Stewart, Lois Bartlett Tracy, Helen seen, the war from the military an- Doves and Grapes Smith, and Winifred Gwyn-Jeffreys Stotesbury and Kurt Roesch. gle. He offered no wishful thinking One of Lee Adams' pictures of complete the cast, to those who hope that somehow tropical fruits and birds to be shown The gallery will be open during Tickets may be obtained at the the exhibition from 2 to 5 daily, peace may be brought to the world. at the Woman's Club. Having defeated the Nazis, said he, theatre box office with no admission charge. The exhibit will open on Tuesday we are now confronted by another evening, March 16, at the Woman's equally totalitarian despotism which Club, with a private showing to IMPRESSIONS OF THE BACH FESTIVAL has adopted world dominion as its members of that club, the Garden Thirteenth Annual Bach Festival exhibition of the work of a master destiny. He did not spend any time Club and the Rollins faculty, be- of Winter Park, Thursday, March painter or a series of Shakespeare's on how war might come but he tween the hours of 8 and 10 p.m., 4, Camtata No. 144, "Take what plays; the element of entertainment took it for granted that we must Assisting Mrs. Murrah and her thine is and go thy way"; Motet, is subordinate in the presence of prepare for it and that it would be committee at this reception will be "Jesus, Priceless Treasure"; Ex- the product of commanding g'enius. better for us if it came while we Mesdames Henry Chamberlain, cerpts from the "Passion Accord- And yet not all of Bach's work is (Continued from Page 4) Fred Trisman, Miss Loretta Sal- ing' to St, Matthew." Friday, equally superlative any more than (Continued on Page 8) March. 5, "The Mass in B Minor," is it true of any creative artist: ELEANOR THORNTON in its entirety, at 3 p.m. and 7:30 the contrasts between the highest PHOTO EXHIBITION DR. CONSTABLE ASKS p.m. Dr. Christopher O. Honaas, inspirations and the more conven- Mr. Alexander B. Trowbridge has HIGHER CIVIC IDEALS Conducter; RutFi Diehl, Soprano; tional passages but serve to glori- issued Invitations to a photographic Lydia Summers, Contralto; Harold fy them. Indeed it is the intensely exhibit of the work of Mrs. Eleanor Bev. William A. Constable, asso- Haugh, Tenor; J. Alden Edkins, human touch that makes us so H. Thornton, of Maitland, Florida, ciate professor of English at Rol- Baritone. Dr. Herman F . Siewert completely responsive to many of March 17th and 18th, 2 to 5 p.m. at lins, took the place of Dr. Hamilton and Louise George Totihy, Organ- Bach's wonderful pages. He did not his home, 320 Sylvan Boulevard. Holt in the John Martin lecture se- ists; Katherine Carlo, Piano; Ed- compose decorative music for su- This is the second time Mrs. ries yesterday afternoon at the ward Bernard, Concert Master; perficial entertainment, but music Thornton has shown her beautiful Congregational Church. Edith Allen, Grace MacBriclc, Fred- that sounds the depths of human photographs at the attractive stu- Mr. Constable in his lecture on erick MacFalls, First Violins; feeling', dio-gallery of Mr. Trowbridge, and ''The State and the Individual" Charles G. Rex, Anne Lovell, Bet- it is sure to be an event of much commenced by contrasting extreme ty McCauslin, Frances Stephens, Our Bach Festival in Winter Park means an ever-widening knowledge interest to lovers of art, Individualism with Statism in its Second Violins; Bernard Friedland, Mrs. Thornton is an artist, who two quite distinct forms of Fascism Terry Page, Viola; Gerard Haft, in the community of the greatest choral music through the constant studied for many years in Europe and Communism. Rudolph Fischer, Violincello; Ed- and America. She holds a Master He then discussed the possibility ward W. Rosevear, Bass; William study of those who sing in the chorus and by the increasing ap- of Arts degree in Fine Arts from of rinding another way that would Druckenmiller and Byron, Hester, Columbia University, and in Paris avoid the anarchy of the one and Flutes; Lois Wann and Konstantin preciation of those who attend. The efforts made to present this music studied at the Sorbonne. She gradu- the betrayal of liberty of the other. Epp, Oboe and Oboe d'amore; Rob- ated from the New York Institute He pointed out that with the growth ert Landholt, Armando Ghitalla, according to the highest possible standards are each year more gen- of Photography and chose to go of our society in complexity amid Trumpet; David Cramp, Timpani. into that field professionally be- increasing industrial and social ten- erally understood and valued. The annual Bach Festival of last These efforts have always been cause it appealed to her artistic sions the state is bound to grow in week revealed more clearly than talent. Among the many places she power, and to touch our lives at an conscientious and idealistic and heretofore that the true nature of have been crowned with success in has exhibited are the exclusive increasing number of places. In- this Festival is a period consecrat- Hillsboro Club, Pompano, Fla., deed the state is necessary even many instances, giving moments of ed to the meditation of musical art exalted beauty to be treasured in where she has held two shows of to protect our very freedoms. — a meditation in which Bach's her color photographs, and where But can we avoid the evils of bu- memory. music provides spiritual refresh- she was a guest during a three-day reaucracy, graft and dirty politics ment through its tonal depiction of Although larger than in recent show, also at the beautiful gallery which seem so frequently to occui' the vitality of religious faith. The years and correspondingly richer of Mr. Colona at Barnstable, Cape (Continued on Page 5) Festival is similar to attending an (Continued on Page 6) Cod, Mass. Page Two WINTER PARK TOPICS, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1948 THE CENTER STREET GALLERY Works of Art Appraisals and Restoring ON CENTER STREET BETWEEN WEI-BOURNE AVE. AND MORSE BLVD. F. Hosic, Mrs. Herbert Halver- SOCIAL NOTES stadt, who, with her husband, has Sport Clothes been on a several months' trip to An attractive event of last Tues- the Belgian Congo, South Africa, to day afternoon was the tea at which Mrs. Henry M. Chambex-lain and visit a son, states that they planned Gowns — Wraps to sail for New Orleans on March Mrs. James W, Newton were host- 5th from Matadi on the Del Viento, esses, entertaining a group of the Delta Line and would arrive at friends in the Winter Park Wom- their home here early in April. m San Juan Hotel Building an's Club. The Halverstadt's son, Mr. James The decorations were in green Halverstadt, is treasurer of the and white with an attractive table Southern Presbyterian Christian centerpiece of calla lilies and mag-Mission at Luluaburg, Belgian Con- nolia leaves. go. velop character and good behavior. Mmes. Henry Reed B u r c h, Mr. and Mrs. William Trufant Charles H. MacDowell, Alexander B. Morgan and Blossom L. Taylor Foster, who have been in South Everyone is invited to attend "Girl Scouts on Parade" at the The Jade Lantern America for two months, also write Since 1937 presided at the tea table. the Hosics of their plans to depart Winter Park High School Auditori- Others assisting the hostesses for home, expecting to reach New um, Friday, March 12, at 7:30 p.m. were Mmes, Robert R. Brown, Orleans on the 9th (last Tuesday). All of the troops have been busy Ronald B. MoKinnis, Leland Mur- After a stay at the St. Charles Ho- preparing their part of the per- rah and Mildred Wray; Misses Hul- tel in New Orleans, the Fosters formance which will present over da G. Halley, and Mary E . Knapp. will visit several weeks in Texas eleven fields of scouting. Mrs. Joseph W. Robinson will en- before returning to Winter Park. Remember, parents, that it is up tertain, this evening for the Misses to you to help your daughter's June Nelson and Mary Haley, stu- Mr. Herman Heiser, treasurer of troop win the award for having UNUSUAL GIFTS dents at Rollins, and a group of Crown Can Company, Philadelphia, largest percentage of parents pres- their college friends at a chicken is spending a few days as guest of ent that night! The Girl Scouts will • Large Collection of Flower barbecue to be held at the boat Mr. and Mrs. S. Carle Cooling, of demonstrate what real scouting is Holders, including B l u e house on the Robinson estate on Tnterlachen Avenue. —and the fun they have learning to Ribbon and Umbrella type. Lake Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. Haley The concert at the Seminole Hotel cook, participate in outdoor sports, • Easter Peter Rabbits, Love and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson are in- next Sunday evening, March 14th, lead songs and enjoy dances, pre- Birds, Eggs and Ducks, vited for a later hour. Mr. and will be a duo-piano recital by Laura sent dramatic productions—and just made of candles. Mrs. Robinson -will have as house King and Kenneth Newbern, Mar- a real variety show of being a Girl guests soon, Mr. Robinson's cous- tha Barksdale and Joanne Byrd. Scout on the stage. This is the first • Easter Bunnies, made of ins, Miss Ella Robinson, of Boston, All are pupils of Walter Charm- time that the Girl Scouts have 100% Virgin Wool. and Miss Evelyn Stark, of Mar- bury at the Rollins Conservatory. staged such a performance in Win- blehead Neck, Mass. ter Park, and they hope that many, Telephone 576-W The hotel management extends a Mr. and Mrs. Horton Watkins, cordial invitation to all who may many people will come to help 332 N. Park Ave. who have occupied the Leedy resi- wish to come. them celebrate their 36th birthday dence on College Point for the past The regular monthly meeting of anniversary, two months, will return on the 20th the Catholic Women's Club will be Over 100 Brownie, Intermediate to their home in St. Louis. Mr. held on March 18 at 2:30 p.m. in Watkins' brother-in-law and sister, the Florida Power Company and Mariner Scouts join their lead- ers and council members in ex- CONVERSATION Mr. and Mrs. Francis T. Cutts, Lounge. After the business meet- tending an invitation for all on the also o St. Louis, with their daugh- ing, a social hour and refresh- f night of March 12th. CLASS ter, Mary Frances, will arrive soon ments will be enjoyed with Mrs. Members of the Winter Park Girl in after to take the house for five S, Carle Cooling and Mrs. Horace Scout Council who will attend the or six weeks. Dr. and Mrs. J . Edward Spurr, T. Tollefson acting as hostesses. Two Youth Clubs, of the St. Mar- Statewide Conference March 11-12 in Jacksonville, Florida, are: LIP-READING of 324 Henkel Circle, were hosts to earet-Mary Catholic Church, have Mmes. Wm. E. Fort, Jr., commis- For the deafened adult Mi^s Ruth Diehl, Miss Lydia Sum- been recently organized, th? jun- sioner; Ellerbee Smith, W. E. Win- mers and Miss Lois Wann, of New ior football team for boys and the derweedle, Robert Johnson and Mondays 3:30 Tel. 817 York, soloists for the Bach Festival, girls' basketball team, which are Gertrude Sutherland, This confer- during their stay in Winter Park. being coached by Rollins students. ence is being presided over by Mi?s Mrs. Raymond F. Potter Mrs. George Kraft, of Georgia Mrs. F. W. Alter is supervising a Bettie Brooks, Regional Director, 215 So. Inte-rlachcn Avenue Avenue, entertained as house guests children's group in games, dra- of Atlanta, Ga. Headquarters will Winter Fark Robert Landholt and Armando Ghi- matics and other activities to de- be at the Seminole Hotel. talla, members of the orchestra for the Festival. Mr, and Mrs. J. Alden Edkins of SUMMER New York were guests of the col- lege, at Rollins Hall. Mrs. Samuel You'll look better, feel better in FORMAL WEAR Srielling. of Swope Ave., had as her Palm Beach or guest, Harold Haugh, of Oberlin, FLORANDO FASHIONS Northcool Tuxedos Ohio. In a recent letter to Mrs. James Florida's resort season . . . so get in tune with and enjoy this grand climate in the correct fashions NEILL O'BRIEN'S we've assembled under our own name, "Florando." PHARMACY They're colorful, attractive for wear under the Opposite Colony Theatre Florida sun here and later when you return North. Prescriptions — Drugs Cosmetics — Candies Sandwiches Ivey's Florando Fashions YOWELL Second Floor of Fashion DREW WE DELIVER It. C. BAKER'S Telephone 402 Men's Store Winter Park, Florida WINTER PARK TOPICS, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1948 Page Three On Patio from 120 North! Orange & 35 West Washington The Whistling Oyster Southland JVedding Presents Smaller Gifts Fashions <iANY gift that matters Jensen Silver — Swedish Crystal — Lamps Distinctive Florida Spode - Wedgwood - Castleton - Royal Doulton Marghab Linen — English Silver — Mark Cross Purses Resort Creations Unusual Greeting Cards, Etc. The largest stock of fine china & crystal in Orlando. SOCIAL NOTES Oak, Mich., for a visit with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. James F. i Mr. and Mrs. James L. Goodwin Hosic, of Highland Avenue. Near "The Woman's Store" Mrs. have been entertaining at their the end of her trip, heavy Gibson experienced a very storm, Alabama Drive residence Mr. and the plane having, at times, to fly ORANGE AVENUE — ORLANDO Mrs. William P . Wharton, of Gro- at 17,000 feet to avoid it. . Deliveries to Winter Park ton, Mass., who left early in the Mrs. Addison P. Wickham, of 373 week for their home. Mr. Wharton Comstock Avenue, has as her guest is president of the Massachusetts for several weeks, her aunt, Mrs. Forestry Association and also pres- H. H. Platt, of Norwalk, Conn. ETCHINGS BY ERNEST ROTH, subject matter. His 24 canvases ident of the National Parks Asso- PAINTINGS BY HERMAN with two or three exceptions have ciation, and was much interested Mr. John L. Wilson, of Titusville, been done this -winter and from m a - in the Audubon Trip to Lake Okee- Pa., who arrived a couple of weeks BROCKDORFF terial he found in Maitland and chobee which Mr. and Mrs. Whar- ago for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Eatonville and along unfrequented ton enjoyed as the guests of Mr. Opening on Louis C. McKinney, of Interlachen and continuingTuesday, March 16th, byways. He is not a ''contact paint- through April lltli and Mrs. Goodwin. Avenue, was joined last week by the Research Studio in Maitland er" reporting an actual scene, but Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G. Leon- Mrs. Wilson and also by Mrs. Har- will show a group of etchings by instead he has used his "findings" ard who spent the last six weeks in ley Johnson of Titusville, who will Ernest Roth and the recent paint- as a starting point for his colorful Maitland and Dr. and Mrs. Ran- remain, for several days with the ings of Herman Brockdorff, who compositions. Equally interesting dolph T. Congdon, of 1773 Alabama McKinneys. the and perhaps more abstract in con- Drive, attended the Convocation at Mr. and Mrs, Arthur T. Dear, Jr., lias been a resident artist atpast ception are several of his paintings Research Studio during the Florida Southern College, Lakeland, and family, are getting settled in few months. that are based upon the structure last Friday. The Convocation ad- their new home at 1195 Lakeview of sea shells in which the artist has Ernest for many years dress was delivered by Dr. William Drive, which they recently pur- held a Roth hasposition among taken advantage of the spiral forms Pearson Tolley, Chancellor of Syra- chased from Mrs. H. A. LaCerte. American leading and his work is and iridescent coloring that these etchers cuse University, of which institu- Mr. and Mrs. Dear's former home shells have suggested, Mr. Brock- are interested in tion Mr. Leonard is a trustee. Dr. was at 1608 Aloma Avenue. Mrs. known by all whoexpression which dorft's paintings will be on exhibi- this medium of Tolley and Eleanor Steber, the La Certe has bought property in demands of the artist exceptional tion in New York later in the year. Metropolitan soprano, were award- the Forest Hills section which she ability in drawing as well as a ed honorary degrees. will occupy shortly. Mrs. F. B. Crowninshield of Wil- Mrs. Roy B. Guild and Mrs.thorough technical knowledgs. Of DR. GRAY TO TAKE PLACE this ability in drawing and teohnl- . mington and Boston motored up ; George R. Wilson left Wednesday cal assurance Mr. Roth has made OF MRS. MARY BETHUNE from her winter home at Boca morning by motor for Miami the fullest use in the subjects of Dr. William H, Gray, Jr., substi- Grande for the Bach Festival and where they took an airship on his selection, and the prints shown for Dr. Mary Bethune, on the Florida Audubon Society meet- Thursday to fly to Mexico City. are, with few exceptions, scenes in tuting Martin lecture series Thurs- John ing. While in Winter Park she was After a visit in the Mexican capi- Italy and Spain, intricate interpre- day, March 18, is president of the house guest of Mr. and Mrs, A. tal Mrs. Guild and Mrs. Wilson will tations of hill towns and ancient Florida Agricultural and Mechani- J. Hanna. visit Guatemala and from there streets that call for keen observa- cal College of Tallahassee, the Rollins Dean of Men, Arthur D. take a steamer for New York. Mrs. tion and the utmost skill in record- largest institution for Negroes In Enyarfc, left Monday for Dallas, Guild plans to return to Winter ing, Florida. Texas, where he attended the an- Park in. October. nual meeting of the national asso- Mr. and Mrs. John E. Holt, of Herman Brockdorff is an ab- The Hungerford Choir will sing ciation of Deans of Men. Hampton, Conn., are making a stractionist who has created his before the address and the collec- Mrs. Harold J, Gibson arrived short visit with the former's father, pleasant paintings not out of his tion will be contributed to the Hun- last week by plane from Royal President Hamilton Holt. head but in actual contact with his gsrford School. "The Five Hundred Chase" DISTINCTIVE GIFTS For the Discriminating FRANCES O'HEIR 322 North Park Ave. Telephone 118 CHOICE DINNERS English China - Pottery - Imports from Italy, France, From $1.86 Sweden and Denmark Steaks, Chicken—Menus Varied Daily Lamps, Trays, Glassware, Ann Haviland Toiletries Reservations, Winter Park 27 500 Chase, Winter Park Special Attention Given to Wedding Presents Sundays—12:30-2:00; Daily (except Mondays)—6:00-8:00 P.M. Visitors are invited to come in and enjoy the shop Breakfasts served daily—8:00-9:30 A.M. FINE DIAMONDS Baby Gifts Pure Wool Sacques — Wrapper and Hood — Jackets — CXXXXXXJ Blankets — Quilts — Bibs and Pillows ' GROVER MORGAN BARNEY LINENS ' BANK CORNER - WINTER PARK IMPORTERS 312and314N.ParkAve.-lBlock N.of P.O., Winter Park Page Four WINTER PARK TOPICS, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1948 HELEN PURDUE Exclusive Millinery Sportswear — Afternoon and Evening Gowns Sport Jackets in Pastel Shades for afternoon and evening wear. The Kensington Suit and the Fairbrook Coat RAMBLER 342 Park Avenue N. Phillips Block Winter Park Tan and White AA to E, $13.95 DEFECTS IN FOREIGN Park Topics—and the Orlando pa- (Continued from Page 1) pers—the Orlando Morning Senti- still have some advantages in nel and the Evening Star—for their Also in Two- atomic warfare. wonderful co-operation. Tone Brown To the radio stations—WDBO, with ventilation The pitfalls of our foreign policy, WHOO, WLOF, and WORZ—I want according- to Col. Bellah, are three- to express my heartfelt thanks to fold: inconsistency, instability and you for donating to us time on your inadequacy. We started out as iso- stations. Similar style in Spike Golf Shoes- lationists to get free of wars start- I thank all of the Public Utilities All Brown By WALK-OVER—$14.95 ed in Europe but we became impe- in Winter Park for their contribu- Brown and White by Bass—$17.95 rialistic to control the Western tions and also the business people Hemisphere. Our President Wilson of Orlando who by their generous preached world cooperation but we contributions helped to make the would not help realize it and turned down the League of Nations. Our drive a success. ORLANDO BOOT SHOP Again let me say THANK YOU (WALK-OVER SHOES) policy changes with each change of to everyone who had any part, party in the White House; our abili- great or small, in this Drive in hav- 64 N. Orange Ave. ty to handle intei-national problems ing made it so successful that we is inadequate because we have nev- went over the top. ORLANDO er learned the science of world di- S. Carle Cooling, plomacy. These defects have been General Chairman 1948 Drive. the cause and aggravate the serious volved. The Woman's Union cordially in- problems confronting us today. The need to think in terms of vites the public to tills showing of The Town Hall series demonstrat- DR. SAUTE ASKS US TO peace, rather than of war, was Mr. Burrell's pictures. The usual ed its valuable function as a forum THINK IN PEACE TERMS stressed by Dr. Saute, whether that offering for the missionary and for the discussion of important is- demands action by the UN or by welfare work of the Union will be sues. Col. Bellah stood up to a Contrasting pictures of his na- some other form of world govern- taken. heavy barrage of questions which tive Belgium and his adopted Unit- ment. The United States is face to with his explanations were highly ed States of America were drawn face with tremendous issues, Well- stimulating' and may set some of by Dr. George Saute in his lecture informed citizens must help solve MABEL RITCH GIVES SECOND us to work on finding the answers. in the Community Series on Mon- those problems. The audience who OF FACULTY RECITALS day evening. In its strategic posi- heard Dr. Saute was a sample of tion for progress to peace, or as a Second in the series of Faculty MR. COOLING THANKS similar groups all over the coun- ALL FOR FUND SUCCESS battlefield for war, Belgium has are being given try, and in foreign countries, who Recitals which the music library for carved out her history under Ro- the benefit are striving to frame some strong the Rollins of of The Community Fund Drive, man, Spanish, French, Dutch ban- Conservatory, was federation, with power to enforce of Miss Mabel Ritch, contralto, thatand Winter Park's own charity, is over, ners, till its independence in 1830. its decisions upon aggressive na- professor of voice, on Wednesday and I am glad to say that we have Most densely populated country in tions. Atomic power can spell peace evening at the Annie Russell The- reached our goal. You may rest as- the world, she is fabulously rich in as well as war, if wisely adminis- atre. Miss Ritch's knowledge of sured that the money subscribed colonial possessions in the Belgian tered and implemented. Congo—with uranium and copper German lieder and acquaintance will be handled in an efficient man- The next date in the Community with their style was indicated by ner, and I am sure the eight agen- as well as other basic materials Lecture Series will be on Monday her groups of seldom-heard Schu- cies represented in the drive will be for the atomic age. Because of evening, at 8 o'clock, when Mr, mann, including the wondrous very happy to receive their budget these resources Belgium has re- Loomis Burrell will show koda- "Stille Thrane," and also of Hugo allowance and use the money to covered more rapidly from the rav- chromes of Florida and Nantucket. Wolf—songs which call for vocal help those that need help. ages of two world wars, than other A member of the University Club, resources of a high order and ma- I wish it were possible for me to European countries. Her recent whose history may be read in turity of interpretation for their write personally to each and every economic agreements with the Who's Who for those who are inter- fullest presentation. John Carter subscriber to thank you for your Netherlands and with Luxembourg ested, Mr, Burrell is a retired in- gave excellent artistic cooperation contribution. This, however, is im- are preparing her for a decisive dustrialist whose hobby is color to the singer with his accompani- possible, as we had about 1,200 sub- voice in any future action in West- photography. Prom Little Falls, N. ments. scribers this year, but to each and ern Europe. Whether political and Y., Mr. and Mrs. Burrell spend every one of you who subscribed I military agreements will also be their winters here and their sum- do say, THANK YOU VERY entered into by her with her neigh- mers on the island of Nantucket, Don't miss any copies of Winter MtTCH, and I want to give special bors, France and Great Britain, both paradises for retired lovers of Park Topics if you want to be in- thanks to the new contributors as against possible aggression from beauty. the East, is quite probable. formed. well as those who increased their contribution this year. I know you Ir. contrast to that small country, all feel that you have given this money for a good cause. with its wealth in resources and its valiant record in the past, Dr. SEA GULL GIFT SHOP This drive could not have been successful had I not had the whole- Saute sketched the progress of atomic research, as sponsored by Gifts - Greeting Cards for All Occasions hearted co-operation of those who the Government of the United St. Patrick and Easter Cards devoted their time and talent to- States. Scientists have the respon- Orders taken for Indian River Fruit and Marmalade ward making it a success. I want sibility of that research; but poli- to thank each and every solicitor, ticians have the control of the re- 152 E. PARK AVENUE WINTER PARK, FLORIDA especially for your house-to-house sults of that research, whether for canvass. war or peace. And it is the duty of I also want to thank the press, each patriotic citizen to mould the consisting of our local papers—the action of those politicians, by a The KNIT-A-BIT SHOP Winter Park Herald and Winter firm knowledge of all that is in- Hand knits—Instruction—Yarns Bucilla Linens for embroidery, Argyle Sock Paks 122 E. Morse Blvd. Tel. 986 Winter Park Handicraft Studio 311 E. Welbourne Ave. Reduction in Yarns and Wool Articles New wash bags, wee smocked dresses, aprons, crochet hats and dolls. Smart Clothes ELIZABETH S. BAYLES — Tel. 310-M — WINTER PARK JANE For CHILDREN Easter Cards 19 W. Washington St. -:- Orlando WINTER PARK TOPICS, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1948 Page Five Bungalow on Virginia Heights J^ohr - J^ea Located on the high ground of Virginia Heights, this charming new block bungalow is attractively set on a corner lot 90x150 with pine trees and shrubs. 2 bed- Resort Fashions rooms, tile bath, and shower, sun porch. Immediate possession. $17,500, easily financed. This property 208 Park Ave.—Tel. 12 Winter Park must be seen to be appreciated. FRED L. HALL GERTRUDE H. ROYAL of Fawcett Rd., entertained a group Realtor Broker SOCIAL NOTES of friends at cocktails Saturday. 150 Park Avenue—Telephone 342—Winter Park Dr. and Mrs. Robert Mearns Dr. Wilbur J. Bender, Dean of Yerkes, of New Haven, Conn., are Harvard College, was the speaker expected soon to be the guests of at the Harvard Club dinner held a t Miss Matilda Campbell of Via Sa- Mr. Constable concluded by dis- litical conditions are auspicious for Florida Power Lounge Tuesday eve- lerno. Dr. Yerkes is a distin- cussing the U.N. as a training the election of Republican Con- ning. Dean Bender, who is staying guished scientist of Yale Univer- ground for something greater than gressman in Florida this year. Mr. at Mountain Lakes, was met by Dr. sity, in the field of psychology and itself and pointed out the difficul- C. C. Spade, chairman GOP State James W. Rankin Tuesday and tak- biology. His wife is a long-time ties and the urgency of the crea- Committee, introduced the speak- en for a tour of Rollins College by friend of Miss Campbell. tion of world government. ers. Mrs. Jessie Rittenhouse Scol- Dr. Nathan C. Starr, of the Rollins lard, president of the Women's Re- faculty. Many parties are being arranged publican Club which has merged REPUBLICAN CLUB with the present Republican Club, Miss Matilda Campbell and Mrs, to enjoy the Garden Tour of three HEARS CANDIDATES was a prominent figure at the meet- Alan Calvert, of 1150 Via Salerno, Maitland gardens next Monday, Winter Park Republicans held an ing. entertained with a delightful tea on March 15. The Maitland Circle of enthusiastic rally at the Woman's Wednesday in honor of Miss Jane the Winter Park Garden Club which Club Wednesday evening. Organi- Stone and Miss Ethel Bamford, of has charge of the event, is com- Organ Vespers will be resumed Lynn, Mass., •who are the house- pleting its preparations for the tour zation plans were adopted follow- next Wednesday at Knowles Me- guests of Miss Anne Kyle and Miss which will be from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. ing speeches by Messrs. A. J, Pe- morial Chapel when Dr. Herman Lydia Rometsch, of Via Tuscany. Gardens to be visited will be those terson and M. J. Moss, candidates F. Siewer't will present as soloist, Roses, snapdragons and a variety of the Dommerich and Fownes es- for Congress. Both speakers ex- Miss Elinor Voorhis, of Orlando, a of colorful spring flowers, many of tates and the Research Studio. pressed the belief that present po- voice student at Rollins. them being gifts from their friends, Tickets may be secured at the were used effectively through the Bookery in Winter Park at $1 per house. person, the proceeds to be fpr the Presiding over the tea were benefit of the Maitland library. For ANNOUNCING! Mrs. Edwin S. Fownes and Mrs. those who desire transportation Dr. Edwin Mims' "The Christ of the Poets" Oliver K. Eaton, who were assisted cars will be in readiness at the Order Autographed first editions Now by Miss Rometsch, Miss Kyle, Miss Woman's Club at 2:15 p.m. Louise Prouty and Miss Ethel Sa- Assisting Mrs. Daniel J. Cogan, THE SANDSPUR BOOKSHOP very. chairman of the event, are the fol- Mrs. Henry M. Edmonds, of Hen- lowing who will act as hostesses: kle Circle, has as a guest, Mrs. Mesdames J. D. deFries, Norman James Wilson, of Louisville, Ky. deForrest, Clarence Cubbedge, C. Dr. Edmonds is arriving on the W. Walters, I. B. Burton, T. P. 20th to take his wife back to Bir- Warlow, Jr., E. Macmeanomay, mingham after a two-months' stay. Alvin Stover, Robert Bradford, DEADLINE IS MARCH 15TH He will speak at a meeting of the Kenneth N. McPherson, Edgar University Club at that time, Thurmond, Kenneth Wacker, M. For Mrs. Willis F. Washburn enter- Hull, Webber Haines, J. M. Harris, tained at a small luncheon at The W. L. Norman, O. L. Home, R. I. Hearthstone Saturday to honor Mrs. Raiman, Mrs F, Goodwin, Mrs. Renewing present membership subscriptions to the Harold E. Edgar, of New York, a John R. Keen, Mrs. R. J. Bundy, guest at The Alabama, Mrs. Harry P, Bonties, Mrs. E. T. Mrs. William Williams is enter- Haines, Miss Anna B. Treat, Miss taining at a tea this Sunday at her Stella Waterhouse. Central Florida Civic Music Association home on Osceola Avenue. Several ladies from the local Dr. and Mrs, Russell W. Ramsey, Catholic Woman's Club attended a Deanery meeting at New Smyrna All subscribers who wish to retain their membership Beach on Tuesday. Mrs. S. Carle in the Central Florida Civic Music Association and THE TOWNE SHOP Cooling, president of the club, spoke Children's Specialty and on the activities of the group here thereby enjoy the famous musical attractions which lingerie and what they are accomplishing. it will bring to Orlando for the season of 1948-49 Mrs. George B. Cornell DP. CONSTABLE ASKS Phono 658, 250 Park Avenue North should not fail to send in their subscription checks, Winter Pnrk, Fla. (Continued from Page 1) when the power of the state is in- $6.00 for each person, on or before Monday, March creased? This can only be done by 15th. a marked heightening of the public morale of our, relationship to the state and this must be accompan- Beginning Tuesday, March 16th, new applications for Planned Income ied by a raising of the present low membership will be given equal rank in order re- standard of political intelligence. Program The State must cease to be re- ceived with those of former subscribers. garded as it now is by the extrem- CURRENT YIELD ist? as a necessary evil or as a god. We must create a higher ideal of The Association wishes to give present members ample 51/2% t o 6% the state as the helper of us all and of the rights and responsibilities time to renew but also welcome newcomers as far which this conception demands. as the limitations of the Municipal Auditorium seat- Stan Comstock ing capacity permit. Investment Securities For vertical filing, visable filing 705 Lake Davis Drive and Phone 6805 all types of card files Send your applications and check to ORLANDO always be sure to WALTER C. LEE, Secretary Representing check with george stuart 314 East Livingston Ave., Orlando, Fla. T. Nelson O'Rourkc, Inc., phone 8158 13 south main Dnytona Beach, Fla. orlando, florida Page Six WINTER PARK TOPICS, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1948 BACH FESTIVAL Miss Summers was favored with four of the most beautiful of (Continued from Page 1) Bach's arias and in all she sang as in tonal resource, the Festival in past seasons with the mellow ELECTRIC AND GAS APPLIANCES Chorus was notably more sensitive quality and expressiveness which to light and shade under the baton have made her outstanding. Espe- of Dr. Christopher 0. Honaas. Its cially effective was the "Qui sedes" resonant clarity, excellent intona- to. which Miss Summers sang with For Both Home and Business tion and precision in attack and Miss Wann playing the oboe release made possible impressive d'amore—an instrument of unusu- Complete Modern Kitchen Cabinets voicing of the chorus numbers. ally beautiful timbre. Mr. Edward Outstanding were the resilient free- Bernard, first violinist, taking the and Sinks dom of the "Take' what thine is and place of Alphonse Carlo, who was go thy way' '—an example of Bach's unable to take part in the Festival more lively mood; the finely mold- because of illness, contributed an ed balance of the Chorales; the warmth of feeling In the final cho- excellent obligato for Miss Sum- mers' lovely ''Agnus Dei." WALTER J. WILCOX, Inc* rus of St. Matthew's Passion, "In Mr, Haugh and Mr. Edkins were deepest grief," in which, the majes- especially effective in the "St. 61 E. Robinson, Orlando, opp. Post Office, Tel. 2-3751 tic volume of tone was restrained Matthew Pasion" excerpts, the and deeply expressive. Parts of the former as the narrator and the lat- Oldest Westinghouse dealer in Central Florida Cantata and the Motet sung by the ter as Jesus. Their diction was ex- Rollins Chapel Choir alone, which ceptional and their rich vocal ex- had the benefit of more intensive pression of the dramatic scene of Service and Sales Since 1936 rehearsal, were marked with fine the Last Supper one of the high- balance and shading. lights of the Festival, leading to The Chorus showed marked im- the wish that they might both be provement over previous years in heard in a full performance of the Attendance at the Bach Festival the "Mass in B Minor" on Friday St. Matthew's Passion. Mr. Haugh is reserved for those who partici- afternoon and evening. There was displayed a voice of heroic timbre pate by becoming sponsors, as no UNIVERSAL more certainty in the parts in these in the "Benedictus" in the Mass, tickets are sold at the door of the difficult choruses which made it giving great breadth and power to Chapel. For information address the CLEANERS possible for Dr. Honaas to carry the aria. Mr. Edkins was at his Bach Festival Society, P. O. Box through broader phrasing and the best in the aria "Et in Spiritum 45, Winter Park, Fla. The Pioneer Cleaners of achievement of thrilling climaxes Sanctum" in which his resonant especially in the "Gloria" and basso cantante delivered its rolling Subscribe to Winter Park Topics, Winter Park ''Cum Sanctu Spiritu"—in which phrases with distinction, accom- F. A. HASENKAMP, Prop. numbers the trumpets played by panied by Miss Wann on the oboe FULLER BRUSHES d'amore. 131 W. Park Ave. Kobert Landholt and Armando Ghi- 31 W. Steele St. Orlando, Fla. talla heightened the effects bril- Dr. Herman F. Siewert, distin- Phone 197 liantly. There was an ethereal pi- guished organist of the Knowles Telephone 4812 anissimo in the "Et incarnatus A Particular Place for Memorial Chapel, played for the H. R. TAYLOR Particular People esS"; the "Cruciflxus" subdued and "Mass" and Louise George Touhy compassionate, and the change to Agent for Winter Park for the Thursday program. Mrs. the joyous "Et Resurrexit" was Katherine Carlo played the piano electric. Again the "Sanctus' in- accompaniments. Visiting instru- spired the chorus to its most im- mentalists engaged for the Festival Jas. Gamble Rogers II pressive effort, the upper voices included Edward Bernard, violin- Thompson-Reeves suggesting through their long Architects -: - Engineers phrases in triplets the rise and fall ist; William Druckenmiller and Building Consultants JEWELERS Byron Hester, flutists; Lois Wann Expert Watch and Jewelry of angels' wings. Majesty of divini- and Konstantin Epp, oboists; Rob- POST OFFICE BUILDING ty was expressed by the basses in ert Landholt and Armando Ghltal- Repairing their 'descending octaves singing WINTER PARK, FLA. 346 Park Ave. S. la, trumpeters, of New York, and "Sanctus." The ''Mass" closed with Gerhard Haft, cellist, of Miami. a broadly phrased, earnest voicing The Festival was concluded on of the "Dona nobis pacem," a Saturday morning with a soecia,! THE CLOSET SHOP prayer for peace. The quartet, Ruth Diehl, soprano; prog-ram of the "Mass in B Minor," with cuts, for college students from Steven's Auto 1319 N. Orange, Orlando Telephone 3-1303 Lydia Summers .contralto; Harold Haugh, tenor, and J. Alden Edkins, Florida colleges. All of the soloists and instrumentalists took nart in Service Let us help you with your bass, had the benefit of excellent an inspiring performance. In ppite 15 Years in, Winter Park storage problems— obligati for their solo numbers. of the unfavorable weather all nf 641 Orange Ave. - Tel. 848 Garment bags, storeaway One of the finest details of the the colleges which had accepted boxes, drawer chests Festival was the ensemble of Miss sent, groups of students. Institu- Diehl and the two oboists, Lois tions represented were: Rollins Wann and Konstantin Epp, in the College, Florida Southern, John B. Winter Park Insurance Agency recitative, "Although both heart Stetson University, University of and eyes o'erflow," one of Bach's Florida, University of Miami, Jack- GENERAL INSURANCE most poignant passages. Miss Diehl sonville College of Music, Palm Fire, Automobile, Personal Liability, Burglary. Special policies sang the aria, "Lord to Thee my Beach Junior College, Orlando Jun- to fit individual needs. Consult our agency for your insurance heart I proffer," with mastery of ior College. Jacksonville Junior problems. vocal line and fine musicianship. College and University of Tampa. 128 Park Ave. S. Telephone 655 See the "Venice of America"—Winter Park Thru 4 Lakes and Canals. Scenic Boat Tours Boats leave about every 30 minutes from dock at foot of Mors'e Blvd. Charter Trips Arranged—Phone 424-W, Winter Park Keep the Red Cross on the Job Every year the American people are asked to con- tribute to the support of the Red Cross. Every year this great organization shows that it is worth every ECHOLS BEDDING CO. cent that the public contribute. In flood, fire, clisas- "Quality Bedding Manufacturers Since 1920" ter and the more commonplace emergencies of the t Visit Our Display Rooms Or Call Us For people the Red Cross is our efficient agent for re- "The Best In Bedding" lieving distress. Now is the time to give your dona- Innerspring Mattresses—Box Springs tion so that the work can continue. Hollywood Beds—Bahama Beds Direct From Factory to You We Eenovate All Types of Mattresses Orlando—Winter Park 1111 N. Orlando Avenue FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION Just South of the Underpass P. O. Box 787—Orlando Tel. Winter Park 718 WINTER PARK TOPICS, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1948 Page Seven MRS. MACDOWELL AGAIN CHOSEN PRESIDENT Mrs. Charles H, MacDowell was chosen president for her second term at the annual meeting of the Woman's Club, and all other offi- cers were also re-elected, including: Famous for fine food, served in an atmosphere of beauty and charm Mrs, Robert R. Johnson, Mrs. Hen- ry Chamberlain, Mrs, Blossom. Beautiful Dinner Parties and Luncheon Parties, any size. Sunday noon through Taylor, vice-presidents; Miss Hope Vincent, treasurer; Miss Hulda Friday Noon. Halley, corresponding secretary; Miss Mary Knapp, recording sec- Also High Teas, Coffees and Receptions retary. A new high of 576 in club mem- 473 So. Orange Avenue Dial 2-0883 bership was reached this year, of whom 131 were new members. The club's programs have been greatly the Rollins College Alumni Room. tor. Baritone: (1) Where'er You Walk, expanded under the various de- The program includes sociabili- Soprano: (1) My Heart Ever Handel; (2) Eri Tu (from The partments of Community Service, ty, a few business items, report Faithful, Bach; (2) O Lovely Night, Masked Ball), Verdi — Michael Literature and Drama, American from a club author, and a showing Ronald — Hazel Darlington Yar- Malis. Home, Music and Art. of about 50 kodachroiiie slides of brough. Choir: Sanctus (St. Cecilia Mass), The president's report for the the Oberlin campus and vicinity. Choir: Psalm 150, Franck—Wal- Gounod—Walter Chambury, Direc- club-year showed that the club- Graduates and former students, ter Charmbury, Director. tor. house is being used with greater their parents and near relative^, Organ Offertory — Eleanor Hof- There will be no admission frequency by outside groups and and citizens of Oberlin are urged bauer. charge but an offering will be re- rentals brought in over $1600, which to reserve an hour and a half for Mezzo Soprano: (1) Calm as the ceived for the Choir Fund. is used in the club's philanthropic this happy occasion. "Come one, Night, Bohm; (2) Ah, Love But a projects. The clubhouse was used After reading your copy of Winter come all" Day, Beach—Betty Anne Newton. I'ark Topics send- it to your friends more than 120 times by outside Piano: Fantasie Impromptu, Cho- groups. up North, jt will save writing a long BAZAAR AND BAKE SALE pin—Joanne Byrd. Utter. Three young women are attend- AT IDEAL WOMEN'S CLUB ing college this year under the There will be a bazaar and bake scholarship-loan plan, one at Rol- sale Thursday, Friday and Satur- lins, one at Tallahassee and one at day of this week at the Ideal Wom- Annie Russell Theatre Rollins College Tuskegee Institute. en's Club, corner of Pennsylvania Over $4,000 has been spent on and West- Morse Boulevard, 3 to 11 the club kitchen to make it more p.m. This is sponsored by the Ben- SPECIAL BENEFIT PRODUCTION serviceable to the community. The evolent Club, the same group of grounds are undergoing extensive Negro men and women that raised "THE MAN WITH THE IRON FANG" landscaping and the Winter Park $1200 toward the new Negro Health Garden Club will have a Memorial (or "Skinlock Bones on the Spot") and Dental Center. They are now Garden on the south lawn. earning money for a convalescent Exciting, Suspenseful Mellow-Drammer! homo, which is badly needed in BY WINIFRED GWYN-JEFFREYS COMMUNITY FUND their community. Everyone who REPORTS $16,265.52 has attended the suppers the Ben- STAGED BY HOWARD BAILEY A meeting of the Board of Direc- evolent Club puts on at the Ideal All star Cast!! Hilarious Entr'actes!! tors of the Winter Park Community Women's Club knows what good Fund was held in the Congrega- cook"? they are, and the bazaar and Thursday, Friday, Saturday, March 18, 19, 20 tional Church parlors, Dr. Louis bake sale is expected to attract a 8:15 P.M. Schulz, president of the group, pre- crowd, siding. Reports were read on the Prices (including tax): Orchestra and Loges, $1,80; Drive, and the possible relations Annual Choir Concert Entire Balcony, $1.20 of the Winter Park Community Fund to the National Chest were An evening of music will be pre- sented by members of the choirs Address mail orders now to Box 37, Rollins College. Enclose discussed. The treasurer's latest check and self-addressed stamped envelope. figures on the Drive were $16,- of the Congregational Christian 265.52. It was a very happy meet- Church of Winter Park, Florida, on March 16 at 8 o'clock. Theatre box office open beginning March 15 — 9:30-12:30 a.m. ing, at which the Winter Park pub- an 2-5 p.m. lic got most of the praise. The program is as follows: Organ: Andante C a n t a b i l e (Fourth Organ Symphony) Widor, Reservations in Orlando from EDNA PAUL, Mezzanine, San OBERLIN COLLEGE ALUMNI —Eleanor Hofbauer. Juan Hotel. Phone Orlando 5366. The annual get-together of the Junior Choir: (1) The Children's Winter Park branch of the Oberlin Prayer (Hansel and Gretel) Hump- Coming: "THE BARRETS OF WIMPOLE STREET" College Alumni Club is scheduled erdinck; (2) Gracious Saviour, for Sunday, March 14, 3:30 p.m. in Gluck—Betty Anne Newton, Direc- RAY GREENE WILLIAM H. WINDOM TEA ROOM General Insurance Luncheon - 12 to 3 Real Estate 334 Park Ave. Office Greeneda Court — Opp. Railroad Station WINTER PARK Phone 555 WINTER PARK -:- TELEPHONE 620 Under New Management RUSSELL L. FULLER ELY INSURANCE AGENCY Mimeographing — Multigraphing — Addressing Dependable Companies 1434 Sunset Drive Telephone 203-W 150 Park Ave. S. Phone 687 Have your Upholstery & Rugs DURACLEANED ORLANDO TRAVEL AGENCY Duracleaming revives colors. Authorized BondedfAgents Enlivens pile. Cleans safely Use again same day AIR & STEAMSHIP 118 E. Central TOURS Orlando Duracleaners TICKETS Phone 8393 AND CRUISES 716 Franklin St. Phone 3-1333 Orlando, Fla. Page Eight WINTER PARK TOPICS, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1948 WOMAN'S CLUB TO SHOW MR. EATON PRESIDENT (Continued from Page 1) OF UNIVERSITY CLUB DE. CLARENCE CARTER NICE C. CARTER NICE, JR. mon and Miss Ethel Enyart, who will pour; Mesdames A. S. Wick- The University Club of Winter Concert Mgr. Artist Mgr. ham, Henry Reed Burch, A. B. Park at its annual meeting last Morgan, W. W. Nelson, Verdery Saturday evening chose Mr. Oliver Clark, Blossom Taylor, Donald Al- Knight Eaton as its president for the year 1948-49, succeeding in that len, Mildred Pelzer, Sophia Parsons, Willard Wattles, Roy Verdery and office Prof. Russell P. Jameson on Minor and Major Concert Productions Miss Mary Knapp. Mrs. Charles May 1st. MacDowell, president of the Wom- Other officers elected were: Wil- Presents an's Club, Dr. Hamilton Holt and liam E. Stark, secretary; Henry Dr. and Mrs. Opdyke will receive Schenck, treasurer; Oliver P. Me'dsger, first vice-president and and introduce the artist, Mr. Ad- ams. program chairman; Clarence M. Day, second vice-president and The Detroit Symphony This group of paintings has been chairman of the house committee; described as "portraits" of tropi- (90 Musicians) Robert A. Budington, third vice- cal fruits, their blossoms and president and chairman of memo- leaves, in actual size and color, and is being done by Mr. Adams as a rials committee; Paul S. Peirce, fourth vice-president and chairman Wed., March 31, 8:30 P.M. series of some 200 pictures, with a of membership committee. view to acquainting peoples of oth- Mr. Eaton is comparatively a er sections of the nation and the newcomer to Winter Park, purchas- ORLANDO MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM world, with the beauty and value of ing the former Annie Russell resi- these fruits. He has worked under dence on Via Tuscany two years the direction of Dr, David Fairchild, ago. He is a retired lawyer and president emeritus of the Fairchild educator. The son of a minister, he All Reserved Seats: Tropical Gardens, Coral Gables. is a native of Brownsville, Pa., a Lee Adams is a native of Man- graduate of Alleghany College. In $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, Plus Tax darin, Florida, graduated from his law practice, Eaton specialized Julia Landon High School, Jack- in trial cases, particularly those of Tickets Available Now at Associated Music Store sonville, in '41, as a highest rank- a civil nature. For a time he rep- ing student, attended Emory Uni- resented the Pennsylvania Senate 143 N. Orange Ave., Phone 3-2253 versity one year, graduated from Committee dealing with remedial Rollins in '45 with honors. He has legislation regarding utilities, and been a member of Audubon Society also appeared before the U. S. Sen- Shakespeare on Saturday, March art?' 1 will be the subject of a talk since childhood, spending his sum- ate Commerce Committee on re- 13, at 11 a.m. in the Parish House by Mrs. Josepha Whitney at the mers collecting and painting plants medial coal legislation. of All Saints' Church, Lyman Ave. Woman's Club this afternoon, 3 and flowers. He was Professor of Criminal ''The Tempest" is the play to be p.m. Mrs. Whitney is an artist of Law at Duquesne University, Pitts- discussed and read in part. On note and a number of her paintings ADMIRAL ZACHARIAS TO burgh, and also served for 15 years Saturday, March 20, Mrs. Holbrook will be on exhibition. She will also as chairman of the Athletic Advis- will take up "As You Like It," and present some interesting non-ob- BRING NAVY'S VIEW ory Committee of Duquesne. on the 27th, "The Merchant of Ven- jective works by Boris Margo who The 1947-48 season of the Town Eaton also served as a member ice." recently exhibited at the Research Hall Series is drawing to a close. of the Board of Education, Pitts- "What is there in non-objective Studio. On Tuesday evening, March 23, a burgh, working for and helping in- very successful climax will be stall new business system. reached when Dorothy Lookhart Mr. Baton recently gave a very presents Rear Admiral Ellis Zach- interesting talk on the co-oper- arias, who will speak on "Secret atives and social democrats of Missions: Past and Future Securi- ty," in the Winter Park High Scandinavia in the Monday night Community Series at the Congre- THE VALUE of a REPUTATION School. Auditorium at 8:15 p.m. gational Church. With a background of a quarter The University Club's large new of a century of naval intelligence clubhouse at the intersection of work, Admiral Zacharias was emi- Park and Webster Aves., is rapidly nently qualified for the important nearing completion and although Milk is so easily put on the table, so nourishing and psychological warfare work in it was originally expected to be which he was engaged during the ready by summer, the club may enjoyable by grown folk and children that too many- closing phases of the war. be able to hold some of this sea- His expert knowledge of the Jap- son's meetings there. take it for granted and do not appreciate the very anese enabled Zacharias to fore- elaborate scientific and industrial preparation be- cast—with pinpoint -accuracy, as MRS. CHARLES F. SCHMIDT events proved—that the Japanese The death of Mrs. Charles P. hind every glass of it. would open hostilities with an air Schmidt occurred last week at her attack on our fleet without any dec- home here just a short time after laration of war "on a week-end and her arrival from Briarcliff Manor, The surest protection for the consumer lies in the probably on a Sunday morning" by N. Y., where she had been since launching planes from carriers. fall. Her home was at Pleasant- reputation of the dairy that produces and-delivers During the war Admiral Zach- ville, N. Y, arias commanded the heavy cruiser Mrs. Schmidt, 77, was before her the milk. Salt Lake City and led his ship on marriage, Ella Steinway, daughter the famous Tokyo-bound trip to of Albert Steinway, founder of the "Shangri-la." He was awarded the Steinway Piano Company, and with The reputation of DATSON DAIRIES has been built commendation ribbon for his "bold her late husband came to Winter up in Orlando and Winter Park by supplying the and effective handling of the Salt Park in 1937 and built their lovely Lake City in. action." He has also home on Palmer Avenue. public with the best quality of milk. DATSON been decorated three times with A nephew, Mr. Charles GreefE, the Legion of Merit for exception- arrived from New York and made DAIRIES has taken the lead in the adoption of the ally meritorious conduct in the per. arrangements for funeral services formance of outstanding- service in that city. latest and most approved methods of production and was recommended by three • and distribution. war Admirals under whom he Mrs. Pinckney Holbrook is to give served for promotion to flag rank, the third in her series of five infor- that of Rear Admiral. mal talks on the love-dramas of Our list of customers grows every year. Ask any of them if you want to know about DATSON'S Milk. CRAIGMYLE, PINNEY & CO. Members New York Stock Exchange Members New York Curb Exchange 126 E. Morse Blva. Winter Park DATSON DAIRIES, Inc. Telephone 966 Telephone 646—Winter Park 9835—Orlando B. W. Rising, Jr., Mgr. James D. Colt, II, Kep.