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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: June 15, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
daily
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 6, no. 94 (June 1, 1918)-v. 64, no. 32 (July 27, 1953).
General Note: "Inland Florida's greatest newspaper."
General Note: "Independent Democratic." Cf. Ayer, 1946.
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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Plan To Beat Hard Times, Help Florida st .

I -AN EDITORIAL In WashingtonOfficials I is a list of 47[UP patten-] Following Crash Horror t

tt1II&"t: IB MO dwwM about It-a fellow with an empty gers and three crew members ,

I, ......fc twi.fw more closely to crackpot political aboard the Penayl- !
.b.rMM.-eaA; ..ttsdatg Communism-than do well-fed pea Keep Mum vania-Central Airline plane Removal if ..... tI

Q .. r On U. S. ProbeWASHINGTON which crashed. near.. Lfesbwt. Va: Balked 1WI'IWIr( \ ; I IuaM11I
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tforto lent spend $24 billion during' 'the I I [AP] Pres. i, r.A a. c.co.r. -........ M 9, w f U P 1. f. .

law Mara 5. to fill these stomachs. IJ Truman conferred twice yesterdaY -i :=. PIU MclM...C>*:-.*..*.o.. W. C. w.r, iuiweb rglir 04....L
MA I' action will block the influence I Mtw 0.'**v AMMMIM == CW.i+ao. ie41 i
P... to DN M. in Amsterdam, Vienna, J with James M. Lan-I :...*,...NanuM....., A tN CrwftC. the _.ll r.. a ...v ." t
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...... aM the other cities! and towns of Western i,I dis, Civil Aeronautics Board .C.a**VMM Mr**.. JMM Cl o4.Or. M. M51.. ...... ...... -1 -: \ j

I chairman, amid reports that Mw MM M. J. Ck.Na.e.Al. lllad. A Iift4Mr.541nU1Aad ..... ... : '

'e WJitt* the plan will work. But we believe that fi the Government intends to take 1. .K.t .. C.........=... .-....- ___ N ItM as .
ito pnH*** eras are spending should be spent at home 1ZS i wt I II quick and drastic action in effortto *. too .. .-. .ll...... shoal. w.le fie ..Maia. t 'I'
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J> and c- I to Europe. i I I stop airline crashes. .. J...V. _VirCMM. 5.rt naaosl a1e fII
...... to Hit haMs of politicians have an odd habit : There were indications that --. O'lur..W1.c wJai' .. IJM-... .. al.. I
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r .... atraelt to Hi. wrong places. some step in connection with air M... .,t trot M. Oawlw. ..._ peak .... .1/tA1 St04U50TI ,

...-.,.-. MM .f them-spent acquiring the food 'safety: might be taken at the D.-,ore r.51.5.-..-. u. t.._FS.M_tS"1lr..a.C.M Wl.Maa 1'1104 -C.
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: among aviation men. A M4rry.r. ..*Co Mr.'*..HIt..... P..M5M.. ....... .55.1 f.* .*ttfcCel a ..... .. .atittl-.....

f MKtUP : ftAM' PLAN for feeding Europe has been i f Federal official acknowledged some L. --....rS..H......... -.. eelsfl ..Sa
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ffi ssMlltons are being spent. More millions :. L : to discuss possibilities. M. .e- .......... ... .
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wfcaa people the rye people all the grain : aviation official began a round of Mania C... 1a.-.r. -- -
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TW at..ltoH, goods and piling up orders for more. % I crash at LaGuardia Field which I .... _W._ ............... rain iR4. *ir
I J flult.' the' Florida citrus people been? ? : FOOD took a. toll of 43 lives. wna.s.i.... r..out. M.oM. ira.5.n hiM f tea

r C. Cwnmander says R. C. [Bob] Evans, It was obvious that officials 0'. .Ms.i,5.4 Man ..._ .... Ib..r.....".. .,4Nh a

-If.. .f the Citrus Commission, has been on 'were deeply perturbed by the recent .... Pwb..ra.. \.. 11
Cltm.1 series of air accidents .,. 5.55..8ft' .A....55S... .......P.erv1A.. era

i'a Mtlimlt that perhaps Mr. Evans has been to w., I The Capital Airlines crash near Cam X55 ,.C.IWI.,.. ...... MM .n./. .

tVM4 M all the information he brought back ,Leesburg Va.. with a casualty: list .. s C--.. ......... ........ 04a fIlM tutlttlt.

*.4 ..M(4te. lie found a lot of roadblocks-a lot of of 50 brought to 145 the number 04'5515 v. ..... ........ a .lit.. -. ..444 tlMCfl 0404,.., T. \
,...... fishy ITiirlo Sam couldn't buy citrus. of persons killed in airline accident -... -.. l1 -
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air safety and can be expected Sentenced ill
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Human Welfare' 1 take the firmest action: within
,A, 4KSW? or the blgwfgs of citrus from Florida, Truman Flays i : Gilrus I l Leaders d t I power if he feels that CAB ordewill 11 ;

XVCMfrmfci and Texas has been caUedlfor-Tu Sday Conference TiedTo'Gommunist : help the situation. :.f

1Mdatrolaot, 'I Ms h belated progress but --.* In Lottery Case ; (1
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RedSatelIjtesWASHINGTON Ready
Ie' Ikt" .Ifsults of thlrgathering we .contend "- WASHINGTON [UPI HourtOnAmerican i: Tried in the tolled .fj a
.. ilwMM take the lead in organizing the food Activities Committeelast j'series of six tottery mat to

....... .>f the 41 Slat.* to sell the idea qf shipping I [UP] Pres. Conference night accused for Human the Welfare Southern u If tr JACK GUKNETT Rain! I i f Criminal> t Court. Brulah Htf.

.... .....j4 *t ckttars to Europe. Truman yesterday accused ; acting as an instrument of Russian tout On Staff Correspondent] DEAR BOSS: mon. A. W. Sikes and Jim .

1W fete HttM te net whether Florida sells a million the governments of Hungary, Communism under the pre- I Two important subjects, Yesterdays rains caused a Jot Copps, found gutttjr by a jW)

_li d !..... M Um-te Sam for Europe. The big thing is Bulgaria, and Romania of tense of helping the Southern Negro i getting citrus on the foreign I'I 'of talk but the Weather Bureau which deliberated tour how sass. .

ice: atiM *. .*.. ol Mod lft trd of dollars to Europe. Once oppressing the majority of The charge was made in an official i relief food program and ppsisible i reporting a precipitation of 2.f' each sentenced yesterday M ..... eptlr

CPHM tfw ..... wilt mean prosperity for Florida. It their peoples. committee report labelingthe I drastic reorganization ,.Inches from midnight to S p.m. s year to State Prison. *1 err t.1aMtttlsaiaai ,
-.t .... : The President publicly denounced conference as "perhaps the changes in the Florida Citrus said they were nothing to write A moth for a sew trW rural rq *
the currently Communistic denied, after vkkh. .. .
most deviously camouflaged Com- B UMf
If ftwtift .to af4f other canned food producers sell Commission setup were prime borne about.
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fig i Governments of These Soviet munist front organization linking In the citrus appeal U tM fbrida fr.s.riM lira er1 sw
tt* ptoii ..| tmyluses to Uncle Sam for Europe that : satellite states in, signing the the conference hi a chain of"front" belt topics last for night.talkfests !,, That much rain in six houn Cost hind was nerd at ...**.
1-...*AM afc. IMIle shakes for our goods. What's Balkan peace treaties. groups. would be more like a record the each sad tae dekataat. released
.t""l were>a ..Ml? Tllpls selUng, isn't it? I At the same time he signed The committee issued its reportin retary-manager At Lakeland R. C.the Evans.Florida sec- man said. after Wad sees itHL D.c MIMstrlt.sel

.!.>.<.., iNDi ... *nr record of citrus in the British I the Italian peace and pact looked praised to the Pres.face Clark of an Foreman advance of charge the Citrus Commission was getting Police reported.aH volet save. They were each ord> rd I* paf r fMa f1 h1. r
by
Italian people
tM to leave for Washington for for one minor accident resulting one-third of the cotta .*** fjt
ito* -.+. *. d*. believe Itoutd take too high- a "stronr, free and democratic conference that It was an attemptto ready .. ..
...'....... sot mu>B to pIKe a heap of our health-giving Italy" of the future. discredit Henry A. Wallace. conferences and Arizona with Texas.citrus men California in- In no Injuries. alternative dittonaL of wring If d po ..

lr ...... t lti 1t...., aaT is. ..Mrs.Mt. I I Meantime. U. S. officials were-. The conference is sponsoring the hope of bringing an of them J t Despite the lateness of the season During the ...... Nob ......
i.'iP, Nee ....ida Cttrtu Commission should searching for ways and means of Wallace address re tomorrow. together in a united front reminiscent some damage to vegetable Friday. the State pslarted at -
stopping SoviepoliUca.l aggression The House committee has assigned of OPA days, to urge crops was .feared. but citrus men of .. ... ..,.. ie
''* .. (...l m flue vttftl I nr& j i the that be to put citrus enlbmmtat ..
powers and State law
E..... ..... the.aw -.k pro etas of the U.S.A. for some Other European crisis developments I spokesman later said the conference on the food list for Europe. CHARLEY earl
.... i,. 44.ine wad Nn a fong way toward cementing the I : had asked the American j (Charles, M. Meisterl fleets.Dept
A society headed by Winston Civil Liberties Union to investigate Evans will navet the backingin I I Shinto H. W. $wrasd .
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4 Washington or Dr. G. Wayne SUU Ikrvrate iM......* *
I Churchill said it has asked Prime Chm Thomas IR-NJ of the Un- Off the Beam!
H. V..4f the| Citrus Commission should Ignore Minister Attlee to meet soon with American Activities Committee.He Reitz. economic consultant for X-rays Robert C. lUrrwi toM Ww Ship 5taai. f.A.aSr *
hole. ..yHii. % 4er* *t the United Growers and Ship- Pres. Truman and Prime 'Minister said Thomas and other committee United Growers and Shippers; Quadruplets Arrive! i had visited the .M4aWiMUBtfi a4 04 tllattl n t '
.... m rMklifftra Trade A. other Stalin to plan atomic controls. members..are "very def- Marvin H. Walker secretarymanager 54J VT. CrBtral A..... and poe.chased t) r 1M. ra
i *n., er any group MILES CITY. Mont. IAP]
t End of secrecy on captured *nitty! suspected of un-Ameri- of the Florida Citrus Cafca Satiety air,", tr 'a ( h.. a e'si
M indhldmit. w a* trip !. block this movement. papers revealing conversations.; canism. I I Producers Trade Assn.. and C. Quadruplets three girls and one Sikes.
1l 4 Map. '..'t Be Done Boys" tell us you can't which led up to the German-So- (In New York HeD.l7'A. Wallace i C. Rathbon. secretary of the boy were born here yesterday, to Then Polite CMef Uiwtt 1M } -
t *wsita._ Ml. H any'thmc: any more. viet non-aggression pact of 1939 said he would discuss his recent i Florida Canners Assn. of Mr.Baker.and Mrs.Mont.Edward Randash Sheriff Jim Black MM .< ** arfanizatton 4 ttte! hir sr : I

f.@W... If not asking for any handouts. was demanded by Sen. Ferguson speaking tour and his impres- Citrus men generally were Dr. Etna M. Howard said they of Ute deist aamto tiMw t- '4.s.-
IRMiclUAt sion of public reaction to foreign i agreed that the hardest argument sad r. r s t a.55ar
the Cuba lottery her
** t..1. bNen iHij to fA. Uncle Sam h fs announced are in apparent good health and ft
and domestic policies in radiospeech
Nations a
United '
Lake Success !the men will face'wU1 be that ;iI S nss 1t -
they coMdn.deltarw tt sliM t* mt
.. .. % at HI bUbon*worth of something.Refoule headquarters 'differences 'at 12:30 pjn. Orlando X-rays had revealed several week OrUado. / 1..m a+ I
of
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*" < a between Russia and the United time. Sunday,June 32, over CBS t Continued on Page 5,CoL 3] ago that Mrs. Randash might expect gods 050 0.0
States were said to threaten to I triplets. HOT f i fmm .

I I stall chinery.world' peace-keeping ma- ,GREATER ORLANDO A LL-AMERICAN FATHER! Chinese Repulse Raid '' FBI In Missouri Widens Inquiry Frauds Nrfa 4 ehols.at San+
'Held Morals Count ;
on _Ferenc Nagy, deposed Premier i sMMM
Of Hungary, Hew to New YorK after By" Communist Troops I KANSAS CITY I IAP1' The FW tier 4Mrataw
d \ "YA ii'l1t i PH'' Reti ffl&1.n' pArtictpatlon in wild sex- saying in London'that Communists J. C. Kribbs/ Unanimous Pick PEIPING (UP] Nationalist I widened its tacU atiA 1esSln 1,

,. ual orgies giving the month-old I will fake an election to I: headquarters announced early to-, day of the 1141 prtnury ..... N *..
b..band
.n ** murder mystery a lurid turn that I seize power in his country. day. (Sunday) that between 20MX I here to Include the 4th> .. "'
....... Atlanta I fthorkrd quanta's tuhionable set In Budapest. Dezse Sulyok Apposition For 1947 Rutland Dad's Crown :and 4.000 Chinese Corn vaists I .as the sth Cee: 7ts teo } sl.. M 1 *
C J. Oolits Tampa. lie detector I leader said the elections 'I troops had been repulsed stIes: where Pres. Trams toot a M r w
.r a4 ,?rated 'tart.N expert said he did not believe the might be scuttled and would be ; 1v MOKtISON C MEKIAM I carrying out a daring night raid I by opposing the rraoabiaiMfi. tt ..
', IU4 artist was telling the truth when falsified if not internationally {The Sunday! Sentinel-Star Staff Writer I:near the outskirts of this city. A. !Roger C. 81aa ht.r for OOB
r a .. ..all.... sol.et -ad('be ;4MuoMd about the strangulaifeasi supervised.distortions of the truth I James Clarence Kribbs will be honored today, in observance -;section: of the rail line leading fc It 2 tN11 wsadr.so s0o
4et.LatMp. taS1 ahis ...... yi&f of his wife, Peggy, and"Lies hateful attacks." Foreign :j of Father's Day as Greater Orlando's 194T All-i the provisional capital- Panting,
.. the Dresden DoU. 4. destroyed. QUARTER HOME
-'-'" +" 1 ntlttbr Minister Karl Gruber said In American Father. j I was
...... ..... gar of the arrest spreads
TlM new I Vienna of Communist attacks on i RACINGToday3p.
Better known "J. C. tahis friends and "Pop' to
as as
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IIIfttidIJ
sai..pM1 Ilia1i >,Mty through Atlanta'srth the Austrian Government. Stink Bombs Herald
... -- :. \* .UI. where the Refoalesttwd British trade"union leaders called the children, Kribbs, a wholesale furniture salesman who, .iar .
ad .ft'e.aIy a few weeks for July 26 a meeting to demand lives at 229 E. Amelia Ave. has I rUN Group's Arrival
1 M.J tt .. *(. port *f a gay aKW.hlrL1bt stronger British action I'ra ised a f amtb "v."fI. ta x sons au d one. JERUSALEM UPI Members 0 ; norlda Livestock CzpoaHMiTrart
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e5. t I ,, daughter. He will be 48 years old
Franco's
> .. sodomy charge carries a against Gen. Spanish the Jewish underground that r ;
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; : ... \. sMrneo In t1ss pofwblit!. Imprisonment on. contalloa regime I on' Friday. ; stink bombs into the Empire Cal.
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, His selection as this year's out last night and started a minor I EIGHT MATCH RACES
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trot
: Junkers Plane Crashes I standing father was announced, hours after the Unite
Criminal Court Judge Clarence panic a few
...... tan yesterday by Roy H. Fills, chairman -
i., f ... Brit set bond at 10.000, posted bya PARIS UPI The French press of committee composed of .Nations Commission had arrived Adaiiwlonll
reported last night from I a to investigate the situation' ice: .*, M eta ovaiaw
surety company.FotKv agency
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; .- d ::l11 tI earlier announced Re- Saigon French Indo-China.that a Pother's Day Strike. Palestine. Sirens wailed throughout a.,, .55-lu. 5? P04515
1 __ foute had confessed sexual abbera- Junkers transport had crashed I the city when the bombs wen teck ZapeSO.s 81M T504 ( fl- I IJIIIP.II.
I will be culled in Broken ., .
Mt thwtt of the foulest nature. 'near Djiring in a storm. It did not oft although neither c caualti 1a0. a. Aim.'i
as ai :SIaL \ It pot** Ch f O. Neal Ellis said ,say how many' were aboard. I Arrow, Okla." today unless "tarns nor damage was reported.
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i lilts meet !Lists demands ? d f
h. was satisfied with only one offtefoubs I ,eluding: "Fathers shall be addressed -e .
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.JMYftb ..fen be admitted.- that "1 did not VACATION TIME I either Tapa* .r Dad Instead ;t.r... sSaw.. ,k w, .. iw i13193BS.,
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w ... the thief said had ad- Have The Orlando Morning CI .
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When your
rr t 24-bour grilling iwo: :weeks ago. vacation. you I mlttee had endeavoredto_ honor"a 1
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wee paper stopped at home let us man who had made sacrifices In 2930 ]
Ship i Rescues 32\ 1 know where you want It sent I bringing up his children.** b aI

...- z- : Hrw ORLEANS: (CWn Lykes 1 I for the Summer. The rates, by I _"Mr. Kribbs was the wianl- w-.._,....--35 thrift. 19+7 Jails, tPNm

J Brothers steamer leaded with 32 for New I i mail are the same and. If you f owns ehoke,.f the committee" A Y $ stn do Mol ... ...s u
,. .. Orleans yesterday persons added
Ellis
Iris .... k.. t k wN tt teteued from the burning Swed- prefer. you may pay your bin GRIFFIN 123 = 5 a at
lab ship Lena Brodin off Bermuda. I when you return. He explained that the committee ---- '- I K. I i I: ae
o.g ,Cpt C. B. Ilokiorff radioed Jhat I I arrived ,at its choice by a J.C: KRIBBS ,67891)1112 i

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'''' 2 for Sounhat! &enttnr!-&tar Orlando, Florida, June 15, 1947J Repeat of 1816 I the the settled fourth land of July areas people had to across wear!i iI ,['I suspected timed to the long raaae but lay ht said to a ttwy p.f.. ;I ChiW A+IJIL, f i$ iMl. 'tSU iTl .

i existent and deep low prmurt **
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Cold Summer 29 the temperature was 37 degrees ...... ettt.. ..
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J : leather historians say the Cruiser Explodes, Burns; t. will a II .-s trg awv

Not ExpectedCHICAGO nnnsnal weather volcanic in J816 erup-was 10 Aboard Are Injured I
caused by great .. .,...
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LAP Government tions from 1811 through STAMFORD C nn. (IOP1.A H- ---
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weather forecasters yesterday offered which supposedly exploded so foot cabin cruiser with 1. p>ri..i
& little hope for warm weather much dust and ashes into the aboard, exploded and u.... fir*
4 for at least another week: throughout upper atmosphere that the off Shippaa Point in tent Maud PAIIf't .,
of the sun's rays was
the upper half of.the nation, warmth Sound last night All ocoipaam : ..
but they were pretty sure this was seriously diminished. were saved. In charge of tiM _.. ..... ... *. *.** ***<
not likely to be another "year' P. P. Button Government forecaster craft was Stewart Hancock Mf .4 .-.. *....* *..<* >u m.HI .
without Summer," like in 1816. said however that weathermen Hancock also was m the party AH&
In June 1816, snow fell six: could not "explain" why thisOn 10 were taken to Stamford Hospital t 'M '" .'tI
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....... AND AlKLINf OFFICIALS rlett\: \ probe wreckage of ficers ore checking engine parts. Only tail assembly remains i .

I fI(A"j c' if hich" crashed into Blue of rear section of the plane [right]. Body of one victim is i iR in I .

dM ... -f ......*. rg( Vj killing 50 persons. Of-II| foreground .

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t/rm-u-1 .... r.**. nIVM .at charred Indicating "a ter- PCA plane crashed near Lovetts- and David P. Godwin. Natlona: t" ;
rifle ..,lesion." riCe. Va.. killing 25 persons including Fire Control Chief of the Agriculture -
I dt. X. Y. Tut stilled the tail section of Sen. Ernest Lundeen of Department's Forest Service, '
.J- > M at the plane was on the Virginia side Minnesota.On Alsff aboard the plane were
s .- .... of tte Bwunuin and the fuselage April 14, 1945, another PCA Nary Dr.Joseph Marko of Cleveland -
; a. rat ttMWrertg em th* West Virginia aide. plane went down near Morgantown and his bride of a day. '
fjft tfMNM ...*. H .*** *. Puak Mred with airline offi- W. Va., with 20 casualties.A Another passenger. Margate G '
V M MM MM M ..*. ml that tt wculd be necessary to small interdenominationalchapel Kueppers. 17, St. Paul, had beet
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Mi orig. -... I;. and the boulders before temporary morgue to receive the tion present from her parent!
.. PIigar UM I bodies could be brought bodies of the crash victims. when she finished her work: at St ; -
Relatives and friends of the .
Joseph's Academy.Mrs.
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MM.Winchester polke said on the victims began arriving early yes Mary Bryan. Norfolk Va.
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etali tra.giiptr br HBposaiWe to start removing experts from Washington to aid in old baby.
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.. :w I .MPia the irtrtttH. before today. identifying the bodies which was The PCA DC-4 had flown 2,001( :
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riots. bats Uw scene of two past PCA Dr. Courtney Smith National that the Army flew it 4,500 hour:
; e.r. r-leli .trie air tftoaottrs. On Aug. 31, 1940. a Medical Director of the Red Cross, before it was converted'Confessed' -
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., 'Y pl.a. OTTUMWA, la [AP] The rapidly rising Des Moines WAYNE Ind. lAP Ralpl J .
snot pier,.. Rig er swept through sections of a mile-long barricade! in '
rN I Lobauch, 30, Kokomo factor
Me JiM t-Mth the business section of South Ottumwa early last night,,in- .
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undaung the area for the second time in a week. Herschel
three Fort Wayne 'women, yester;
retch -.at Loveless, flood relief director, said that 8,000 or 9,000 per- I .
Mra day repudiated statements ii:
perM J in this city of 32.000 .
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ouM be without homes by mid-
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tilt la regional director from St. ,
,. ...... SUfhtBrMget said in Des Moines that 7.000 to the killings.
...... between North andRoth Seated in the office of his attorney .
Mtn 'SE.Mr. 10.000 Iowans were homeless. An i
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M aver estimated 16,000 were made home- Robert Buhler the husk1,
flit-moving ricer were closed to 2OOp.rm.DA1LY7:30p.m.
tr..... fII PeA aMII all traffic but flood workers.Isttelm less by last week's floods. Elsewhere punch-press operator told a re
.-. tttt4.tt 4ialAMe said that apparently in Iowa the crisis appearedto porter he was dnutk when he stir. : :
al 1M r11 a have passed, at least tempora-I
racer the in
.of persons dangerous rendered to Kokomo: police.In .
rules .
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tow areas had been exacuated by however '
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predicted new floods this week "
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reporter Lobaugh said: "After : ', ,
into potnu on the south side of along the Mississippi from Keo- woke up and realized what Ft .. ,
} # plats M.f- the mer. kuk Ia.. to Louisiana. Mo. :I told them at the Kokomo polio '
alit .era Upstream the town of EddyviUe i M{station. I decided to stick to i
!S the gtw.dLs was abandoned for the second NORTH. W1LKESBORO. N. C. and let it go on through. As fa::tr
Unw. aQ of its 1.000 residents [UP] Record-breaking rainfalls as what I know about the murders
sgs, AsrlaIt.MMea having moved out before the flood I sent swift mountain rivers racing I read about them from newspapers \i II
w 'IAN! crest armed. out of their banks In northwestern and magazines."
At Tracy, northwest of Eddy- I North Carolina yesterday,blocking Lobaugh is being held for th<
%_ hM ao tOlt the river crested at Allen in th $
.. a ree- I highways threatening towns and County grand jury < .
ere t sad .rd height .f more than 26 : devastating crops in the fertile death of Anna Kuzeff. Police salt
la t Jk+ Cast, feet and rushed downstream.H.3 j vaHeys.i he signed statements admitting
1..a eat tb. .M.I. sr.a H. McCall.: Red Cross i The rich Yadkin River Valley I he killed Miss Kuzeff, Wilhelmi
Haaga and Mrs.Dorothea Howard ..

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kin, N. C. was half under watei
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as the 'stream topped flood stag* !
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of 18 feet here and continued t(
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was recorded here for the 24 hourj
ending at 8 ajn. {EST) yesterday :L4 mi. flL
and more water fen durini
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... IM +STMe el Evaawua num see I mighty ? and the,trim lines:due jwuwuraIy! invite you to ride. Two P..... N.l toot
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; then be tagged and your request honored. Nothing in our store will be '. 11"_ tablish right and fair X prices You, name the pries-we deliver the !peril" .

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TIME-PAYMENT 3. ACCURATE STATISTICS PROVIDED BY CUSTOMER ACTION k
t- WILL SERVE AS.A YARDSTICK FOR FUTURE BUYING. ,, ...-.,
4. THE GREATEST VALUE FOR THE GREATEST NUMBER THROUGH'' .
PLANAVAILABLE ;! VOLUME SALES HAS LONG BEEN-AN AXIOM AT THORPE'S>*?\.' :" '- : '. DELIVERY
if' THIS AUCTION IS INTENDED to ACHIEVE THE MAXIMUM .
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Chfldnm I EyesI Miss. Solomon I 1 : ATTEND : .

= i. .Mwaw1, MAYME HODGKINI [Specnl to The Sunday Sentinel-Star .
_-- _H\IfI. I. 0II I J [Our Own Staff Correspondent! ] WINTER/ GARDEN-Miss Imo- ;
=::. I. .1 ...ttr SANFORD-Seminole County farmers are turning an gene Latner gave a picnicpartyat '
l IMM. ......... anxious eye toward the weather, watching the continuous Rock Springs Friday. honoring .
J ... ttimir. ........ e.r downpour which began Friday continued through the Miss Marie Solomon on her birth-
... __w t a.. Welt night, and all day yesterday. e day. Attending the .
were honoree
.. .. Up to Saturday morning the precipitation, according to !
5.s. .. raw ,. Marie Solomon, Thelma Taylor
.B. P. Whitntr, .weatherman was< I
_1tls e.elraaaa. Ina Jean ,
Laney Dorothy Kannon
'iM: lathes, with US mebel.fall- THORPE'S AUCTION
E=tala -I tie vrttaAM Oneita Kuykendall Elizabeth ,
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Ma As r and t benefited by the rain those'areas Sets Building Brown, Kenneth Thornton Curtis ; III '
Pickens, and Donald
Tyndall. i.
** >{ In pepper corn and tomatoes I .
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and friends
Itali 1 NtB1l1twM art toipx to be hard, hit if it con- Restrictions welcome the teappointment and''' ...... I at
Uftue. Normal rainfall for June .
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M.el ard ileMt. + return of the Rev Jesse Waller to {
? ICi11r1 to 7.51 Inches in this area Whit- (Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Sfar the pastorate of the First Meth-'I 5 5 : wJ
MfSthlMOa- err uid. During the past four I DELAND-No further building odist Church. ; Ij
days not Including the all day .permits will be issued for home I Carlton Lawson is spending the' '
tat ttAerk construction In Forest Hills residential week ?
half in Daytona Beach. /
rain yesterday approximately Furniture.
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section unless proposed,
Le.tmlr..ee of the month' precipitation. bad i William Whitehurst has gone to
requirements are complied '
trmAs II zoning Lexington, Va.. for the Summer.
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LCattlemen with according to action taken ,
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I Dr. and Mrs. Reaves have gone
M1awsWMIm along the St.Johns 'by the City Commissioners Friday New Mexico on vacation.
'.. ttetafetile: J a. 0rtIftIa. Rim art equally anxious about ,night. ,I Ito Wilber Clonts. Emory University i
.. lbwt- oral aluWee. Mtrt Iho rising waters. So many Former zone restrictions have [medical student, is spending a I / t tI
..... ft ttVT J* BfeffckO ditrlxf. hart been opened dor- expired and a new set of regula- k short vacation with his parents,
w*(h.. A u Mr lag the pad several years ear- tions is being made ready for passage -
ivmi Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Clonts, in
;+111 Ik'. ...... as1f rjtar Urge volumes of drainage ,but in the two-to-three-week I Oakland. Room In the Home
((1211... I...... waters Into the riref. that interim only those desiring to Mrs. Dovie Thompson Torrey is For Every
..ss. -.tlret Aasi .unNa+e' II Mtckly Inundates the rich build a home of at least 1200 convalescing in her home after an
IIti 1>Aa>.... Mm tntlng lands along its banks j square feet for the first story of operation in Orange Memorial
., .a e.1 tnaelasf. Mrt for hundreds of acres. 'j two-story residences will be allowed -I Hospital.
.. to build in the Forest Hills
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The river at the present time, : I Merrick Groves.of Orlando visited :I'
is still well within here this week. '
= though riilng i{area.This
) : tt:* low banks In most places. action, although Its,It- I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cox have '
AeisabM Several of the large county j pUtT was questioned by City i as guests in their home on South i iI iI l m
w.... dra&ace ditches have already Atty. Neill S. Jackson, was tak- I Main St. F. E. Smith of Lubbock. : ITS HERE FOR YOU
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mAM 1 been cleaned and opened by the ; en by the Commissioners after Tex( W. B. Smith and Mrs. J. L. '
,..., ceu&ty In anticipation of wet I they were presented with a petition ,I Hefner of Canyon, Tex. Mrs. C.
... weather but many Private17owni i signed by owners of more !o. Elkins. Mrs. W. J. Pritchard .
...1h ed CMches still remain to be cleani i i than SO per rent of the assessed Gordon Dickerson and Gordon .
.... and may cause great farmIlleod evaluation in the area askingfor Inman, all of Canyon Tex. H. I'I'I
-- damage should the waters such restrictions.Two i Mr. and Mrs. Alton Haler and .;.; _' t
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Mss too rapidly.At I I permits issued during the :>children David and Carol are' '
nts j. present negotiations! are underway I week for homes below the require- home .to' their friends at 48 West- ,: I .
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to form a coil conservation I North St.
I ments will not be rescinded the ;
aatnTeD district In the county. The necessary Commissioners decided, although; i Mrs. J. S. Kirton has gone to :
25 names have been secured I Ernest W. Machen one of the Augusta, Ga.. to visit Mr and
so an application might be made I petition signers, requested that ,Mrs. J. L. Barnes.
Sanford and the measure is in the hands of 'they do so.Considerable. Mr. and Mrs. James McGee are
o.JntJcpnt C. R. Dawson. I opposition to the announcing the birth of a son DAILY 7:30
Till be held 1 1I John Francis at Orange Memorial
public hearing soon. higher zoning requirements was p.m. : p.m.
,_ wisest awINM I I ; Leo Bother chairman of the !I evinced by another petition signed Hospital Monday June 9. :
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1 Me : drainage committee, has. listed I of thee assessed evaluation of the II IIQ2:0o
tilt arising !'property. ,
the remaining county-owned Sidney Taylor spokesman -
4 .4I 14w41ttina i for the $30.00You '
ditches which are designated for i opposition asked the
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cleaning soon. The bureau reeently [Commission to go slowly before
complimented and ez- I f depriving people of the use and
borsht 6a h I i I benefit of their land while others can now exterminate
tressed appreciation to the
d tialt++tlJielktr County Commissioners for their I are allowed to use theirs in the the termites in your houseor 11
>, aid In getting main ditches 'same area.tBear building at the low cost
NreierlerMr rsnd I cleaned for the preservation of of $30.

>Irr' A r their farms and crops. I at t Wheel. No matter bow large or small the
tales Dray, These ditches at present are laid I lis No Road Hog! same price holds.
Jri tlirerlt aWeet..ehrc tie at f&ftdom'without relation to I Material labor and guaranteed upkeep .
Jove t ethers, made In old farm lands.I I HELTON.Mont. rAP It wasn't included.
gist. D mMty: Under soil conservation system. ;i so bad when a big,.black bear H
tOrilete, the area would be mapped. and I'';climbed into Art Anderson's empty PAY NO MOREWe 221 West Church StreetH4m'
sed 1"pitt scientific drainage worked out automobIle. while Anderson whelping Cover Florida-Call or Write
ending annual anxiety of many' clear snow from a Glacier
MMMst ftmtftM Co- local farmers. ,National Park highway.The .
w USSI' TernaryKenneth I II trouble started when the I BOYTEEXTERMINATING
t Awelrr I Ralph Lane, first governor of animal slammed the door.and tried I '
t sabre NoM Pnwen. Virginia is generally creditedtNtltborI [to get out. The door catch from -
4 tl'h' gwn H I with taking an Indian pipe to Sir ,the inside was too much for the CO. hi !
d .q DIsatT d Walter Raleigh and teaching him bruin so he literally tore his way Bonded and Insured !
j..l Iteto, how to use It. thus Introducing I out destroying the upholstery and j Phone 9533 221 S. Main St. I
'"'I1 plpe-cmoklng to Europe. (considerable glass. _
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Mart t : Everglades Park Deeds At VFW ParleySARASOTA Session Cosily i
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NBYY Plans 1! f Te Sxfay Sentinel-Star! ] 1 t I' [Continued from Page 1]. | I Licensing Bill

HEW'YORXHeasupplies of'
rttrus fruits combined with inCreasing citrus juices are low in calories- ; TALLAHASSEE [AP] Atty. Gen. Tom Watson told I Itrustees I [API Member' of TALLAHASSEE 'AP'' Governor TALLAKMHI t,,I

supplies of competing while the starving nations need I of the Internal Improvement Fund yesterday he the Veterans of Foreign Wars and CaldittU yesterday vetoed an art LptsttNn euw ......... ill
f rant ''AIM etpt c .frutu caused moderate to heavy high calory foods. ,, will not sign deeds transferring 7,680 acres of school lands : providing for the Ucemtag and men arise ttir w .
-lls ** rr ofA :Price declines in citrus fruits its Auxiliary poured in here yes regulation of title Insurers.
Ntnr this However they are prepared to and mineral rights in the Everglades National Park area I .1
tlwgt lltaaar'w put week, the decline affecting terday for their annual business i'
combat this with the contention The act requires UU insurers
| the Federal Government. Linntesco
++ St tote Navy California as well as Florida citrus hold at least 97 '! to ? ..__ .___. ..._ and fun making sessions. to under an umlnaU*a at ft ('..N.lict r Af .
Mum that citrus juices '
rllrttW $m yet suction figures this week indurated. I He said itII u4 his opinion thatthe rot of $5 by the tate Insurance .i1i r
Arip acre wu per cent of the high content of to Most'of yesterday's activitieswere ....... HUM already to j
: trustees had no authority r."' ''' *' t* pay a tad v.wehe
Ileas
w r 'e4rd Aui, Total supplies of oranges were vitamin C, and that in cans this i 4N turned over to the Cooties occupational license fee and p -
1 I make the transfer and that release aMMI.aalalla tfUIiL *
up to Winter levels and somewhat foodstuff would need no refrigeration the veterans fun making organ- ,, farther provide for MM******* j
.eaatlwd totM above the average for this periodof no special packing-and is of the mineral rights "is a ization. !,; of the license by the state lit sbstN ....... ..
e fwM all4alrM the rear, citrus men say. Apparently I mistake in the light of recent oil 'i, Treasurer at Insurance COM* 1...... 11R (tIWf I
PUhfpe Masai Florida shippers are attempting now warehoused ready to go to I discoveries" in the area affected. About 100 of the Cooties pa- miv>lon r. bent rte ants .11.s

ardcnt. to clean up the balance the shipside. He added "immediate estab- raded the downtown streets and Mew srl batrM
.. ate bws of their crop as rapidly as possible, Some of the top California cit- lishment of the Everglades Na- conducted initiation work for In his veto III...... .to Secretary learn. .... adslspdaeesp Mlwtale
e ta/teeli e4 g4aaeawis they believe. rus men along with those from tional Park means nothing In- the group. of' State R A. Gray Caldwell said sec ......... r eM -

hlr 'ceteraby Grapefruit supplies were not Texas and Arizona will be in on less money is spent to make the Convention business sessions get to This create act appear to for be drstfotd. S44469 -care
that title
a monopoly
area accessible to the people.>> underway at 10 am today. when 111* glint i
tr&lT
At all but the fruit the conference which will pos- insurance comptatm now dafctf .r::
ttstittur aa11 w.rd the veterans and the auxiliary will Ml oi
a. thorn poor condition as the sibly take up several days. Gov. Caldwell said Watson's business and fer large -
corporate "
.. hold M .
t.-4 M aLtb.rW joint sessions. pefiM _
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weeks
by and the end of the But while preparations were
i M ps r.d g signature was not necessary to Business sessions also will be onranfeatkms. -. __ I ..... ..
.rs a ear. .... conference in
** "me* la icbU This under way for the deeds since they already He said he specifically etjwfed .
validate the
M dew4aed sarpn, held Monday, Tuesday and Wed- .... ... ........ .
trade U down Washington. the industry was .
bring the average have been signed by the to sections hMh pert a feasts
.... ....
nesday with election and instal- a eta
els *rret a. 1. .f prim observers report. hearing all sorts of rumors and I but commented Insurer to do burtnm without forM -
rest of the trustees
reports about impending changesin lation of officers Wednesday afternoon r t ti.. -Koto MI r
I. rrannale t4 While there was severe damage the organizational set-up of "throwing out of doubts may The convention was sched- making the same deposit a* domestic ftVft..ftft NMpM-L I cent Vtf M 1*
Inwtrtf the I* .. ....
to cherry in the endanger" the project. > .. I
wary albNMa wuAal crop Northwest the Florida Citrus Commission. uled to adjourn Wednesday night M epaor -. rtgaGmees.r MM
said the general trend of fruit supplies These rumors are based on a The Federal Government is Notables here for the gathering lion application fee and It* bread GIIMIIIe tall ba4bw ..

Aaalip. se tketrnsa. and melons is up at this time. move at the last FCC meeting byJ. scheduled to accept the park area included State Commander Gilbert revocation power granted the Insurance Me W --- I W Mgum. .
8i.ht1 aalkt Total volume of fruit tends to rise B. Prevatt. Tavares resultingin officially June 20. Worm of Lakeland: Robert B. "I Commissioner .law ettsltplst t t
week by meek during June and of am fundamentally opposed to .eM tad .IIMtMM meea 3 t
---- Mt1ar on the appointment of Latt Maxcy. We f do our best to allay Z .. Handy Kansas City national placing such ee
tin lest ttae Of through the Summer and naturally Frostproof, I*. S. Andrews. Cocoa the fears of the Department of quartermaster representing the of one power in the hands :=" .s.aw .-aunt i
person notwlthstaadiac Uw
slrlpl.UrN avaiLbse has quite an effect on the demand and R. A. Fender Orlando to a the Interior as a result of the .L..4 national commander, and Inspector fact that I have .
(Millase a.w includeQtudroa for citrus fruits. experienced special tommittee to make a survey -i opinions," Caldwell said. TOM WATSON Gen. James Hayes of Atlanta in the who utmost eeeJtdetwe Ib? $41 Nltlua =atM
man now occupies tfc
market observers ; of the commission setup to be national council member from sal k
say. At-
bray IISIINar Mt4. a a quad.MM Another factor that cannot: be ready to recommend whatever Watson reported later he was _, will not sign. I i ir lanta. position" of InsurtM CMunte: =', =tltiseeeatpa : P

overlooked is the abundant supply I, changes might be necessary for sending copies of his objections,) I stoner he dec arrd.' ... $ ,
I A Imadr. tMLele.rre.pnadent of citrus fruit juices citrus, the improvement of service to the ,to the deeds to Secretary of the1 I The Governor ato tU4i I.
men say These are still pushed i i industry. I Interior J. A. Krug. Sen. Spes- r Florida Trenton Man Held i I art which prohibited the !*...
j Tops 1
St Banana freely by retail outlets and prices 't Prevatt told this correspondent sard L. Holland ID.-Fla.l and I On Attack anew of group insurance potlrir Artificial l Reiiitiilii ;

4r Iltlla ftprempt- are low enough so that they must :: that his only motive in making the I Reps. J. Hardin Peterson and Charge I to firms employing. less than IIi Averts Drawntnf N0..
Mesart. rather be tilling in volume. In addition : motion "which was entirely my George Smathers. also Florida Cancer Fund GAINESVILLE API) Sheriff i persons
I own idea" was to see just how Democrats. PANAMA CtTT **! awe f|
ttsttgdeiFtlfent. to the citrus juices there has been Fred Hollomon last night said that Another litsUve art drawing
+sne+sur Yp.amm, 'sn increasing tendency to lower I "we could improve our service to ,I The Attorney General said Rep. he was holding a white man listedas the disapproval of the Governor .bent fliMMBA rw P k
pate tomato juice prices and to push:' the industry." i''Peterson had advised him "a sub- Drive Quota Lester Purvis. 30. of Trenton ''was one authoring the employment vi.ed a ..... lilt

this item. The result is that many Reports have it that a new :stantial area" has been excluded I charged in an affidavit with attack of a stenographer for t*eState rttArMl twspglatra for ttsgM
PkQRIDIANACfcar's consumers are buying some kind setup in the general manager I from the park as originally plansned r=1yci to The S,ndcry Sent!:nel.Star I II on a Branford white woman i Attorney tn every Judicial aa .hew aA.1rn1 ttsr _
i because of of property watdm tlI M. ..... ..
of canned juice instead of cutting i plan for the commission is in protests ST. PETERSBURG-Florida here Friday afternoon. circuit composed of one county.
has
grapefruit or squeezing oranges; the offing with both Walker: and i owners whose lands would have I Sheriffs report shows that the PsIM a.w... IIW'tII IuMtn .
/ for breakfast. \ Murl E. Face general manager I become part of the project. Watson -I I reached and passed its $150,000: woman was seeking employmentin !i Perry Has Trouble we.r.-: =
t CollapseArt The sweet cherry crop in the of United, mentioned as pos- did not know what changes 1 goal in the American Cancer]; Gainesville and was approached i as. Irma
Halts Northwest was due to reach the sibilities for the post. the reported action had made in Society's drive for funds to fight! in a local bus station by Purvis i Finding CandidatesPERRY I U.WI*ljS-. ha/ |..... ..Hft
I I the original park boundaries. I tile end 1111 w*M< t B Wi M
V
peak harvest last neck, but about 2:39 o'clock Friday after- .
ofviU !
Lawton Swan Jr. Florida
With everyone concerned admitting cancer (UPI, Mayor J. R Kin. i ugre _, >
asklsig a MM lIe to
terrific rains June 7 and 8 ruined i i noon. Purvis told her, the report
Collection Theft : "there is something in sinter and
campaign chairman announced j Town Cleric A. H. beer J
more than half the cherry cropsof 1 I' the wind." Walker said that he I.1 "I am not now considering. have i it here yesterday. shows, that he knew of a place Seibert yesterday announced deep '
or AN ftBWQtn chair Oregon and Washington, the considered with the : where she could go to work immediately -- *
had not been
approached by anyone I t never going When final returns are received I themselves candidates for reelection T1w slang. -..... -lily. A
tsgr-.d I. tare saved a two bit producing States besides on the possibility of going I I Florida Citrus Commission and from all counties. Swan said the and offered to drive at voting next week-but no I ," to bilnxd b 1rw lie
an rallMfiMi, Sheriff California reports indicate. This :: back to the FCC-where he has i have no intention whatever of doling : total is expected to exceed $160-I her there. 'one had spoken for three council' 1UI1..ae4 .. tM fled>
ehibleMA *fd Wriburn did not affect the supplies this ,, been on two previous occasions.. 1 so." He added that he could 000 the largest amount ever con- According to the woman's state- seats Councilmen whose terms dqne. *.& .. 011111 sslrkS
?tlltipa butters man past week but It will have some ,, He made it emphatic that he is i I I not "conceive of any eventualII II tributed by Floridians to finance: ment to Sheriff Hollomon, Purvis .were to expire were H T. Called**. II =1Nel1 girl
Yee blur report effect this week and the next. "well satisfied" in his present I l ity" that would make the cancer fight. It assures the 'drove to a lonely place in the R. L. Adams and George Rddkk j .We ttfftMIII,
attempted theft California was through shippingand I' position-and that the "mortality"is his mind. ': most extensive cancer control program -'I woods and then assaulted her. I .hQE

s rtuW An ertetlen In.r had a comparatively success- I rather high in any political job The July 2 meeting of the com- I in the State's. history he
!
tIIM/ krokca teakwood fut season as regards volume of'' which must be dependent on the : mission will probably see the first ; added.In. I gram to find the causes and
i 11 lid and a tall.as shipments and prices.California's whims of 11 men appointed by a : batch of recommendations from of all cancer. cure Clfu r l
I i tfte aaor with a big plum crop has I Governor. !I the Maxcy-Andrews-Fender com- the national campaign j The balance of nearly $100,000
While neither admitting nor i I mittee along with a recommendation Florida was one of the fint.
M H* Mid he begun to roll into market in volume will be retained in Florida to finance -
-.ttrrae after mutt and the receipts will increase denying that 'passes" have been ,,, from Chm. Bill Story and.his States to top Its goal and in the I the control program within Eliminate Risk of Carrying Cash!
made at him. Pace said last night advertising committee. final week of the drive was 1among i
MPAut.d to fa&ngMI next week. There is a record I the State and which win be map.'Ped Open a "Special" C Ii a c 1U.l o
the leaders in states of
tit s. a turn and VIM breaking crop this season its classification.Out I at a July meeting in Tampa I Account. Only Cost lOe for
TM eMIIf iugtutedttacallsr and It will be a big item for the 'EXPERIMENT IN SOUND' SET I of the State Executive Committee Each Chock Written! v
seta the remainder of Florida's citrus of funds headed
shipping already reported. by Dr. J. N. Moore of
age .4 .nidtat a bur- season. Florida will send at least $60,000 Ocala. chairman and Mrs. Mal- I.

ain psi mst1M onto theY California apricots and nectarines Unique Architectural Plans I I to national headquarters of the I Ii colm Smith, of Tampa State com\ THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT oil t
ttw The American Cancer Society to help I II mander of the Field
twair+ ptrtare also plentiful and i Society's Coprfol sad s.- 0.. .... (WirtI
-.wed *t |7. M.spin were defray the multi-mill; dollar I Army. Detailed plans will be made I

tint Mlta4ltstat balr Woks,t4 the- .peaches from* Increasing Georgia and steadily SoothCarotin'ar Readied for Music Building I cost-of.-a nation-wide- research- --pro- I public after the meeting. l I s a uD rtuaaa .U'OeII IftI.AJIC8 eosr.aaosIII ---_ ,

Mw Ump and although volume shipment are I 111..1 ""'-' !t8A:.
atilt about three weeks away. TALLAHASSEE [AP] The $1,600,000 music building -
a Ist1a MM pmtntuu.My
bream Pineapples bananas cantaloupsand ,I planned for Florida State University will be the only one of i

ant tint sheriff watermelons were in abundant its kind, architecturally speaking, in the nation. I

supply this past week and with the Blueprints for the structure, drawn with the assistanceof f-1
ft weather hot as the week progressed I II scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, i
$1A01 WritE mighty : these Items immediately came !
embody the latest acoustical Prin- I
yN horsed to JackaaJa Into bigger demand. I' III
through cinjes, many of them in use at i choral
L Sales of Florida oranges groups. j
fortecad Thursday totaled 180 ;1-2 cars I\(Present only in the most up-to-I It will have a broadcast studio .

cur tttWal. side- against 164 for the previous comparable -!i,date radio broadcasting studios. \for staging campus radio productions .
!1r r*, a facade period. Prices declined All teaching studios will be built t and making recordings, 75 I .
lasbd fereaUyte14 daily and at the close most sales i!';with "floating" walls ceilings and r small individual practice rooms, ATTEND
floors, saparated by springs from
bees bedecked eaof were within a range of $2-475 a recital room a music library i,
week the exterior structure. The walls. with five booths for listening to
Ile Nadal'; Mgb against $3e..a5 a ago. I :
dstpoon.r California Valencia sales increased I ceilings and floors themselves will phonograph records a record library I
U b* darned. to 140 cars against 123 I be separated from each other' by five classrooms and admin-

11p.1 ant HM flags right the week before and prices declined rubber strips. istrative 6ffices.An .
averaging $341 for the Practice rooms will be equipped I outdoor theater seating about

-- four day period against $4 the with special rubber-edged 800 persons will be part of the

Cirrus Y Shipments tona week before.Valencia Three averaged cars of$4.54 Art- double"sound Double windows locks"doors also between with will airtight be them.pro- I exterior structure. C I -


On Downward/Grade/ sizes these than running California's.Florida heavier. to large vided. Most of them will. not ,I IIIIII THORPE'S AUCTION 1 1i

grapefruit sales amounted open. J. .RAYOIL
HAV84 i API TAI II cars against 91 cars for Guy C. Fulton architect for the
eftr u ifcipmrrrts M re- to comparable period. ..State Board of Control reported''I i j
the previous
b ter is $* Cairns ln peciMUed There was a steady decline except .the music rooms will have irregular Water Heaters i
714172 boxes for Monday and at the close walls and ceilings to "get rid
Ni/ti bears Ut veek :of sound being transmitted back I
most sales mere $1.85-4.90 against Have "Butlt-ln" Do- .
tress. lejpmeriU were before. No and forth in the same line. I
tpps .f fvspefrutt andS 13.15.5.15 the week offered. A special air conditioning sys- : pendobility and Lasting -
en.p.s Ut week'so:4J Texas grapefruit was 1|1 tern will eliminate the sound-car- Satisfaction.

MAi.NB.. rying ducts of the conventional ,
4 snMY wg. >0; The art of felting or pressing 'I cooling arrangement. I
aril !.401,101 lee a total hair into fabric. Is believed to be i The structure will have no fire I !
HI MNN older than the art of weaving. :'alarm or sprinkler system. The SELECT YOUR FURNITURE

I first could not be heard in any
: and the second would trans- ,
case .r
TIDE SWELLS .. .
ISONOMY mit sound along the pipes. How- ,
ever, the building will be fully

Trend Toward fireproof.A .
Unmistakable recital room'which will seat

about 500 persons will be an im- i

Seen ,I. portant center for applicationof NAME YOUR PRICE '
Governmental Mergers acoustical theory. Regular ; .
metal auditorium seats will be .
Lint IK
|T AWN barred.
Jew tetter**... Coo pondentl Fulton said that in use of upholstered u sad acityGsL
,. .a.IIAIIEE-There'* an unmistakable trend in seats the presence or Cap

.. ... IIrlsed vernmental consohdaUon. I absence of a large audience makes
extraordinary number of sim- little difference as far as sound For Large Residences and
... e.Ae'etrd to the i quality goes. Small Hotels .
I
JI ied.1Mt i.w. and proposed Constitutional amendments !I He added it was impossible to '. HAVE -IT. DELIVERED2OOp.mJ'7:3Op.m!

cwt .f the 1947 Legislature.tol cut coiners to save expense in a ,
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wM as amend4aeat K- 1 building of the nature of the FSU BOTH TYPES

of tt* cca stl- I to the county commission as a .i music school because one detail NOW IN STOCK
wi ob- ,f fM left unattended might make all
?.... ? sirtetK&c money-saver. .
4( "
sreUons. amend- other precautions against sound -
< iirsttng: four other proposed SEE THEM AT -
u.wp .; ..,..,. five for IIf I meats to the Constitution would transmission useless. -
.--.... paqUL.dmewta \ emit UM consolidation of city The building will contain 30 Industrial Equipment Co. .
county tax assessing and music studios a band and orchestra
wW beN and Oil Bursts Dlrisloi
FiDner IBC.
the I roDectlng offices In J?* pent
rebe Broward. VolaUa and St. Lade accomodating a 100-piece orchestra 1620 N. Orange Phone 750
tbs.t
11 lbw .un illsN I I and a similar room for
......... yI.evmber. 1 ramie,.
amendments alreldThilvt ---- --- -----
19sbea......l Leal retemtdwasn I &been ratified for Hills- : : :

ate Ksttded Ia a clamber j and Orange Counties,
borough
lit,...,.. I and another for Dade was snag-

tt pocdab sects suite I,ted In the Supreme Court afterAicteufirlly LUMBERBUILDING !

.dg4T 1 ffOM pu& feeI.I sw !; clearing the Legisla- 1
rI. ..... ua gotaament. ture tn 194J.
.t Miami and theM of merger came remarkaojwrtSe .
... *...... If voters at the 1947 session to SUPPLIES
eM UUwW: sot getting through the Legislature an II
...... thou ti eI Mia onraD amendment wttch would :
.. of permitted any county: br law e *
Oak Pine
i Flooring Flooring Siding 'Ceiling '
.. SSTttw. odd dU nd JJhe than constitutional change
State city tax machinery. Sash *
linnI" ever Sash Doors Mouldings Weights Cord
tit .....4a will decide, Omnibus sthool law provides
fill a law fer merger effective January 1, ; Sash Locks Builders Hardware Nails Roofing

e. brat mualdatlrl It.... .1 an specs school taxdistricts ,;
Cabinets.
... .... .ba fudJOAINGIAM within a county Into

one. thereby bsstening a pro- And Many Afore Articles i 221 West Church Street '
Si INGRAM ..... ., H1IMHUUen which al- I
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to nom -
stay was underway a I

OI'fOMETtUsrss i bet IArgesl.. eonlies.of : tbtse wu Dade PHILLIPS INDUSTRIES INC.

I t drew together. Its numerous :

I ..... Mawr t1s.Me" ._ I If itS tar districts by authority bitter PHONE. 2-1Z29 MICHIGAN AYE. AT ACL BY. ii 11w I
withstood -
f fItt... ow+ue l1R 1y teed # 19* Uw that J : -

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l } .H ttl.5tar speech is apt to seem flat and sometimes THE PUBLIC THOUGHTCommander
I I
,.' even ridiculous." '

. tEfttAlifltf'IARIDA I With this we agree. cJ'h&A.MENBy 'I Hails Edit&HWMuci '

: t....a 0.t'. I'm.*. of let,. Ubeck The modern translation of the New .
I ae.0 R.hes ? SattMV-SUr CO.fc Testament which last took
i I tM I at M Iwi organ Al ... I came out year JOHN BRANSCOMBA / Food for TIKHMJItt
As
\ some of the wonder and glory away from / r
.. .. tile ..! ..tX the tales of Our Lord for straight line is the shortest distance betweentwo matics? There is the relation which we dads needto -- -
ssirae. us.
d MvI. rs
...
t the translation will bea points. Things equal to the same thing are note. Ours is an exacting world It is a law- Editor. The SUn.IINf ,
....,i--.J. ...r Undoubtedly new equal to each other. Two and two make four. So abiding world. It is an accurate universe dependable I am sure everyone lf Fl,... f
t oat Mu rw Yr. masterly, scholarly job but we predict it I'' what? I used to be a great mathematician. In predictable and mathematical. wants all the aswsunre they sea

ts.smua- ;;.-f.: ;.-IwmiM DMCTM will be many and many a year before the fact I was the second smartest boy in a class of two We need to learn that the only manner in.which possibly get from ever sn ; tLiMnt
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__ .N hits, ...+ta T lirss.ct.AM. D.. popularity and general use of the King I, boys who were required to study in the Summerto we\ can succeed in life is to learn to co-operate I and with prosper" for tarper .* +t

..... .w ..... twt .. Wum, CUM Mu.ttl James version will be tossed into the dis keep up with the brighter boys who completed with the laws of God's universe to meet life's in assistance the future tl,we we are would to lard kip s.e.c tfe. alrrst4s.

out aw. ,.... Itw.tsr Ce.*s-. Stc. Tius. card. % their work during the term. But I have just about conditions to be willing to start with life's axioms industry on a profitable .bM. I.. .+bt

pr-... ... ..... t. T 140. T*.* s.... A great job, once done, is difficult to forgotten all I ever knew about mathematics, and basic principles. Any effort to repeal the laws I the producers.As .
\ ,, -C $1' ties MM. c.-._Mm*, ttm Sear.a I I out-do. I However,let us be assured that mathematics will of the universe or to discount them by Violation'or you probabtor kiww tnr* .*. '

I not forget u*. For mathematics is made up of ignoring\ them will result in disaster.A i been much crittelam of .%.*,.. .
.
.etw has.aawwN
\ ...... principles and axioms. It is a science that has laid father" stormed in to see the math prof I Government pollen[.. 'The' ** *** I
.,.. .. ;; THE MERRY-GO-ROUND I hold upon facts has discovered the things that are who had flunked his son in that particular subject. ,, been a growing reaeatmes Mi. ..*. -

.. given always true self-evident. Some of us don't His graduation was contingent upon passing that I leaders in this iadwtnr ag-afe* tfc*
ie NM .eertr I. .. .... oar. his. "-"rsale b.raee .
...... e ToldBy like it but first and last, sooner or later, we must subject. The irate father declared that mathematics Government and moat W tbr. '. ...
Aid fe .
Greek Story and insisted that his.sbn feel that the industry ....., M v'sd .
come to grips with mathematics. wasn't so important ..wMrw *<** ** ...
I be given another chance. The benevolent pro- later must solve Ito own peebkiM.and ..
: 1.- c.tratt, The. v* .-" N btlhl
t il47I DREW PEARSON Someone has said "Whatever else God maybe fessor agreed. The young fellow came to the room why not now*
I is Mathematician. Amen! reviewing in rayconsideration maid the
In
WASHINGTON-Only a few insiders know the He. a and he said. "One problem is all I will give you 'I ''''f' I-' -

I 1tMtrt TUCK'GUTS !! real story of how the State Department happenedto i Mathematics relates to abiding values, but and i* you can work that I will pass you. What is have: gotten from and th*aY.1a.N o.r.....we.. tonal she ... .. .'' ...... .+.sIr .

.. shelf H to HUT fstfcm in peace; pick ex-Gov. Dwight Gnswold of Nebraska to [people often make the mistake evaluating surface the sum of five and five. The boy thought long in the purchase of our frwrt berase a '..' ...''" s.' >AaeIh. aF.w .
head the all-important Greek aid But it without digging down to rock-bottom and hard and finally ventured the answer "It's /
program. qualities and during the war. together M .
.... ** heed la a read lid ate -8enesiso i I .. ---tr srhes
reveals a shocking disregard for the fact that the 'facts. For instance a wealthy man desired a secretary eleven sir." He flunked again and. the pater,, the price ceilings on our pre< m. .,... .,- .- -=
fate of American foreign policy for the next 10 !1 and asked his manager to work. out a plan returned with fire in his eyes and said. "You edu- I 11 cannot find much to erttteiM. a4 aver -

PJ fea old II years stands or falls in Greece. !' to secure the most effective and efficient. Three cators make me sick. You ought not to be so hard this dates back to our frtot marketing .. ... fill ........ ..... .. .
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: prepared
ate. What happene i was that Gen. Marshall telegraphed applicants for the job sat out before the boss and on the boy for not knowing the answer to the problem agreement, which .... operated ,,.l.. -- ...-. 'at -
_&e that M ...*. but the tint days and ...*
1WIo.
Gen. Lucius Clay in Germany asking him the manager. The latter used this scheme to of the sum of five and five. After all. he only out of <>r nl thmsia i-** *- a tilt
I vsiaer pe "** to release Henry Parkman, a Bos-I| ascertain who might best fit. missed it three." Well what do you know? fruit was purchased by OK CMv- ..Mas. ..* fill uw ,.-* ..>rf yeah!
ton in I!! 2? One answeredthe A asked a famous mathematics teacher :. eminent for relief purpes*. la tilt aast m -* *- .*s
attorney on duty Germany. What is the sum of 2 and king f
AHe-w tibt Translation Ordered What I mean to>> ewwy tfcte ... I ssn.r.ii ,... ..w .
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so Parkman might head the Greek obvious. "It's 4." Another, fearing a catch to enable his son to get the subject easily. The cannot trust the ae.- w .. .
we till ehsl.nt oar e.- aM
NAVE take their rzl program. Clay wired back that he said. "22." The third used imagination and wise'teacher replied "There is no royal road to one minute and the & ** ..... dMMtta.w *.
'Ir..ft. courage couldn't spare Sparkman. but sug- answered "It depends on_ what you are measuring." learning Your Majesty. This is one of the ask them to puB air cbeeealila .. Wonid ..... '... t
snaeehdgiM six scholars to gested that Marshall take ex-Gov. Now which do you think got the job? When the greatest lessons we can share with our sons 'No ''of the.fire. 5... M. M tb. tbns eased

tit till .. ..... wi a completely new Gnswold of Nebraska instead. I,I manager asked the boss which he preferred,.he one can learn the art of living in five easy lessons. i What the industry ahmM *. to .. I. Gist ..... s I i'
That was how the man for the answered. The blond with the blue eyes." There are some principles which are indispensable. to Join with other cUnw producing Ail N out.
L r 1 BB>a r Mo &...l. ;ftm source ma- 3 I most important post this nation!I I Today Is Father's Day! Poor old chap. He It is essential that each generation be intro- areas of the Untte4 ***** Ki ....,...t ('1IIf t tar.

t teit I has filled in years was selected. ''doesn't get too much recognition, but it's a good duced to these principles by those who have ex- in developing a souad pratraai tat J.TtheW M .. .. slid

,... A ItltfBiY. M6 I Actually the State Department I 1 thing to pause annually and remember that Dad perienced life. Who better than a father is pre the future. have been mad to the then. parses MW.r
had three months in whichto than meal ticket. A little pared to commend the great principles of life to a : Requests
a
;, is something more l
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them to *
.. """ 'ri' citrus commission for t .
LAN i irate wrete "the look around and find the best- chap said to his mother. "Why in the world did son. When I was a kid I often got licked by big- somebody to Waahtextsa a** 1M ,

1.o.tatA -- U --n _k tverytfctag else in qualified man in the entire coun I ger guys who took issue with me on the subject the Government to>> boy our surpass Atari rr Wfc ai _

111,., tai.-us tit4. peftth. 0ttki alone s try. But nothing happened. While _,, ,_ that my dad was the best man in the world. I believed canned production. irrtar fler ...) <., .
Pearson congress debated the State Department that then. I believe that now. A boy is This is fine. but maar ..*** r ee.ae u a-
.*ee W tb.w .. wt .l. c.xtef1of its procrastinated. Then poorer indeed that day that his dad gives him reasonto i commodities in the U. 3. art w. the :brwt tbb' ro saps --.1

..... siAd tM.K ? Mafic Ethridge, publisher of the Louisville Courier- 4pV( vAY lose his faith in the goodness and greatness of same position, slid with M Ogoi1 I II .errs:-
n. InartottNie4t will be I!. Journal and experienced in Balkan affairs as a his father. A dad was striving to teach his son 'economy-minded Congress old a gist r. ter. ..
stew result of two study trips for the State Department. that moderation is best in all things. "Take the yell from all over the wuam tar nays a sat so =erw ';: -
the eslabaf the the rrsnsre's
puI. prepared by a.a.Nha.
But Sen. Vandenberg vetoed him matter of drinking son. Always stop before you reduction in taxes tt to aai eMf
laljlsiil was proposed. as .... .... assted
the famous
Waahkwta
of *
= tMice a New Dealer. j have had too much. Frinstance. See those two 1 to get money out conrtaWattag. w ... so ... e.td. bss.ta
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art "a*...He
I of the Studebaker Motor Co., was asked to head four bottles it would mean that I have had too in formulated my opinion, fully, if we justified develop a....- a the. ..... ....... '-iIt ....gN

aaat**.. at tfc. 11th Century whom the Greek program. But after repeated invitations much The boy looked and tixen said, "Why dad gram for the entire induatry. fH the It.... M rn5/..re.ttab ./

alto KM James version did an he declined. there is only one bottle on the mantle piece. 1 ting the support of all aaiurtlsasl raasb- .woe. ..hasbsreh
-- 4. It's rather natural for a lad to follow in the foot- leaders and co-operatlnc togrtto* ,.
| Finally the State Department turned to Any .
tfct. ash used to ex- Henry Parkman of Boston and ended with Gov. f steps of his dad. What a responsibility for us dads. every way possible to get the pn tc .Mil:i ee.ar tti.w
a
We look back and see them coming. II challengesdads consideration for our eontfttMa.
=mil. *..i ore malty recorded Griswold instead.It ea a ... tl...sesblL
to look to our living when we remember that The Florida Citrus Cemmteaten
tb.
in Greek in Roman and may be that Gov. Griswold can fill the bill. cur sons are using us as models after which to has taken the lead through Mai larrwt tilt .rasa.... .11
i1IIIiJ'lrlh.lh... surpasses anything done Let's hope so. He is a patriotic American with a you ever marry dad?" and she answered, Are fashion their lives. i manager Mi- Evans in geMtof 1M r a+aq

11[...1.r lIMl1 forthright Vecord of fighting isolation. But in., you beginning to wonder about that too?" Mother The greatest compliment Jesus ever paid a ;1 representatives from trade grow "M .lb

a {I Greece he will have to fight some of the most and brother and sister, sort of love Dad, even father was when he looked up and said. "Father. in Florida to meet with reprea- on 'ft.. mvt !

tpaV ,.,.....ATORI OF today, assign. 1. ruthless political bandits in Europe, a complicated though they throw rocks at him and make life God. He went to the family circle and borroweda i tatives from other citrus pro*next* +! N sirs:
in Washington
poverty-stricken economy plus a state of semi- miserable for him because he won't hang up his term that would express to people the attitudeof [ ing areas All .... I sae t
i 'tIM
BfW endeavor to ferm+ t
into 'the living week in an
war. Putting the barren hillsides of Greece and clothes and never makes up.his bed.A God's heart toward\ them. I' Mitt tilt iMrr tr _
I. T= of modern times will the rubble-strewn cities of Piraeus and Salonika young fellow in college was suffering from The function of a father is to protect provideand plan.I am sure the citrus commission Mds wtr r .. s.we'd ,
e.aiIasM.
Itlw a m, to match such prose back their feet is to be lot than "No no I Ils.n a
on going a tougher lack of funds and he wired his dad. mon prepare. would not hestitate to spend whatever ...
governing the relatively serene prairies of Nebraska. fun your son." The father was equal to the In a certain tribe of Indians the first great test" is necessary to do the job. i

ro, tbMfti. I walk through the val- occasion and wired .back. "Too bad how sad. to which a boy is subjected is to be carried in the They have given careful though '"

F IM .....*. .1 death iftarmo Harold Miller executive assistant to West Vir- your dad.. \ dense woods to spend the night alone. So far as the to all the suggestions and many of h..ier ..", .. It at h
ginia's Democratic Sen. Harley Kilgore. is still don't realize lad knows he is quite alone, but standing some I us do not believe that we could get
i.ew art with me} thy rod and trying Some of us in our younger days results by sending a paid tebbytttd Mike CulaMsr4dolor. '
(fit., rmUrt me. to figure out what the Republicans are up to. I that our dads know something about the facts of distance away behind a tree stands the father Washington to fight FiartdaH TM ttiriwrAs

prepareat a tabll before He was called to the telephone the other morning, life but they are right well informed' at that. Mark with drawn bow ready to protect his boy against I battles but co-ordinate the activities the sapBir ...
me to hear the voice at the other end inquire. "Caiu Twain is credited with saying. "When I"as danger. And "God standeth in the shadows keep- I of representatives from ether M the -.-.. cAa '-- IMItIM
It- pr.**., .. prey enemies: thou you tell me what's happening to the bill to charter fourteen my dad was terribly ignorant but whenI ing watch above His own." "Like .as a father, areas with ours and then do whatever lrlaas I'

",, .tt My head with oil; my cup the AMVETS?" got to be twenty-one I was amazed to discover pitieth his children, so the Lord God pitieth them is necessary to get proper' ... bedn Ttisas. .
tirr"t\ ter. Before Miller could reply the voice continued: how much he had learned. that love Him. : consideration in Washington.Your w eraer d UIt

fly' f..4.... and mercy shall This Is Jack Wilson. Sen. Taft's research man: But what has Dad's Day got to do with mathe- AMEN. editorial is tunefe sad a br part
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...., Ii'* all Ik. day of ray lifer and I X just can't seem to get anything. out of the Re- much food for thought and I am. ...

....IN In .t.. ..... o! the Lord for. publicans.Miller"who works for a Democrat, told Taft's WASHINGTON TREADMILL I not sure only that :you in keeping can be of the great grower h H> ,:M .readd =-uI

... supporting a program .... d .
by .
assistant as much as he could. When he hung up,l informed to h.e been a r ear t
,he remarked to his secretary: "If Taft's office effectively both in Florida and NntWseaTtererrr
With Board : Washington! one can be de hid W' to ssr+t a..
ffk. !>..**.. declare the glory of cant find out from the Republicans what's goingon Air Base Future Lies veloped. h_ .a "t raa." N

.i4 ad Ik. firmament sheweth his how are we poor Democrats. to know?" C. C. COMMANDER.General ,.... .. swear. ..0 nano

56"......." however that all these stra Manager, to aiheet tttewl M Nee wart 4siUlty
Able Chinese Ambassador Wellington Koo called I, FRANK A. KENNEDY tee, on which Cong. Cannon was mind Florida Citrus Exchange. sa r.bsaow.ssao I 4nsaa
tilt f that the Hepburn Board'. tegic and diplomatic considera-
a spade a spade when speaking off-the-record before -I TOur \\csh' nqoo Correspondent! serving, We are not asking for nvmef.i 1M lbar illatlaasebAd
"Thisdie l In the rilJf WASHINGTON-The prospec- !was directed to review its findings. ,j j'I tions apply only to operating announced H .
crying has '
one \ a group of Cengressmen recently. Koo was board reacted like all other bases as distinguished from trading The Government wll'a.e .. n. she s
|* f. ar* art ya th. way of the Lord, asked by Ohio's Homer Ramey regarding the eost I I live deactivation of the Navy's big 'I The Government outfits. It refused to. bases. Green flyers need sun- win spend $24 billion to feed ,sans a ..tleaasreyrs
base at Banana River for
: *il, y. paths straight" of the Chinese Army. "Almost 50 per cent oT our {(seaplane presumably is prompted in a major reverse itself but moved off to the ny skies and lots of themPensacola Europe. We should business-EeLJ be trying MflPsrellalM.. tl

1 | >* ...f assigned! the job of out. budget goes to support the military." admitted degree by diplomatic considera- i I flank and stood its ground And and Jacksonville fall in the .some of this .
pMj I ...... efrtaai11AN
It would
latter category. gurpriseno I
Koo and I expect this to be increased in the fu- than of I there's where Banana River entered -
|ipl tions, rather by reasons Sentinel !..
| mM Itt.wttM. phrases. ture. Tip to Pendergast machine in Kansas -l economy though economy of '' the picture. one on Capitol Hill,however to Editorial It

\ City: did you notice what Gen. Fran o is doing course bears, too. I i I In superlative terms, the"Hep- receive joint board recommendations Commended bar Soundness 5mdluif; M l..atCrittchm 11Rltti
l : RfN1MON OF' 1870 raised a storm with Spanish ballots immediately after the elec-I Since construction work began.I bum Board declared that the Banana for advanced training bases Editor The Sunday Sentinel-Star:

I THI l1NtM/..fty and was received withoiasm tion in Spain? He has ordered them burned pronto. I more than seven years ago, the : River base was the best Southeastern theoretical In Alaska. Ii I I called you today: on phone because *larraaat ho .rwl9l.lor
No wonder. Opposition to Franco is spurting ,Navy has spent about $6 million in I spot for the,entire I did not want the day to ,M anseM.I .
1 '- It was not a fresh trans rapidly. In Catalonia alone more than 6.000 Span- !permanent installations and about I installation for Naval air Federalists go by without commending you for wtaA Ie..,
%. m ff! ; a different approach to iards were arrested for participating in a strike. $100 million in temporary wartime defense. Camp Foster was rated the editorial appearing in Thurs twet w ..
; Mtatinl which had been done facilities exclusive of the cost of second and Miami was discarded day's Sentinel. Basically, the : .
; Uncensored diplomatic reports state that Franco's =
land. The Navy Department currently entirely in comparison to the Bre- Receive Aid i ideas set forth therein are not II
III police are using Jap methods to torture political board then .
: has promised to review the vard County base. The 'only economically sound but are sueb etest/a d ,..
... translation plan was voted by prisoners. When business bites business it's deactivation order, and has been 1!declared that Jacksonville's Camp particularly adaptable at Ibis meal. I Baal
It> H**.. Convocation of 21 bishops news. A rebellion is going on inside the powerful I most reticent in charting its rea- I I Foster was the best spot in actual For UN PlanA I time. I think so much: of your to M *..

r B4W reading. National Association of Manufacturers. Its led by sons to scrap so large and so per- I,practicability because recreational : ideas that I would urge you to th e
pIsi4bIy .tl take to James F. Newcomb of the printing industry who : manent a base. Senators Pepper I facilities-no mean factor in main- drive to get ail persons of place them before our men of .
years accom- called a meeting of small-business members of the and Holland. who persuaded the i I taming morale-were.lacking ut- high school age and over to endorse State and before our agricultural = hen Nr r
NAM to propose a separate small-business lobby. Navy to review the Banana River jterly at Banana River and were the program of the United and marketing groups so they win b< .
Bimh Information Service I unwillingto more than adequate at Jackson World Federalists is meeting with have the advantage of jour sag-
says The revolt, is still simmering. deactivation order were i u .
The board therefore recom overwhelming success in Pelham, gestions. tr
,_ speech idiom has changed forecast the outcome. Let's look i ville. .
'mended the selection of Camp foster N. Y. J Please allow me to assure you e
attire this great [the 1611 When Michigan's Rep. Fred Bradley died in at the record. : .
] Shortly after World War I, a as the primary operating base Five thousand eligible signaturesfrom that such a move on your part j .ar.lethaat .
was first prepared, and some i i Connecticut last month the way was opened for special board was named to lay ,with Banana River as a strong out- the community of 15.000 are will be more than justified for if bat .
.....K.m arc today misleading. Yet two-fisted Rep. Al Weichel of Sandusky. Ohio'to out the strategic aviation needsof lying control point. ,expected by Saturday on petitionsto you can be the means of bringing .. aA
4 iiJUBl i exaltation of its step up as chairman of the House Merchant Marine and Holland Congress and Pres. Truman requesting i I about,action from the thoughts J A t'*.auam
tone has somemm the Navy and to project such i I Senators Pepper __ n_ __ ____ __ _
*.***rra*.ed the work of all subse- and Fisheries Committee. Weichel thus becomes plans well into the future. The I are searching for the answer totodaJ"1 :: that the United Nations ,
chairman of a major committee after only four If the well be strengthened to avert atomic
board was headed by Adm. Hugh question. SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
*M -.UeM, for the has THE
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f once ear warfare.
and one-half He declared i
years in Congress-a record. Also Rodman and the report subse- i, qualified Hepburn Board I MHMWMM H M HMMMiMMHMIMJM BH HiMMHHM
few* ftttwfttd to this the substitution of is the first Ohio Congressman to hold a major quently bore his name. The document I so emphatically eight \. The campaign, inspired by ]

lit_--* t** wttmate phrases of commonplace committee chairmanship since 1908. of covered Naval the aviation.whole prospectivefield years ago.s that spot Banana on the whole RiTermtbb II|i Norman Cousins Review of editor Literature of theSaturday i Bible Times inTo Israel Lik..M.

for is being carried on by 160 volun-

ClACKER KH.ITICSOdham t Naval Concerning air defenses the Southeastern the Rodman an Southeastern air base why Atlantic is it being Coast de- i! teer The workers.petitions advocate amending Situation in Today's VVodW
activated now? -
i report recommended that an air I the UN charter by granting
base be located at Key Vest Miami The Joint Army-Navy Air the UN power to enforce its de- Scripture: II KinKs 23:31; JII; Jeslilgi J I .
Lack of Votes Pondered or on some Caribbean bland Board, which now is carrying for cisions on world security problems I, WILLIAM t. cater. oe.
leased from a friendly pow- ward the functions of the Rodman ,
it
authority
giving over any mem-
The Northern had .
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Kingdom ... bfr the. ...
er. It was extremely prophetic. and Hepburn boards and similar : ber state or individual in the r
h AWN frown be evidenced by their votes on I pon Springs, the Pinellas delegation -, The Rodman report governed ,Army outfits supposedly has the i oj .41 \ .....soc+.4 dst1IAUA House roll calls. Yet when polled I ticked like an expensive Naval air strategy until 1939 when j answer The joint board is a secretive ''providing that no state have the had become "The Lost Ten Tn....." af .kis..nv-
.- rn lack of for an estimate of the relative watch balanced so one member's a second board assembled under t; group, too. and so far hasn't : to secede. 'I The Kingdom of Judah or Soiitliafa Ksn ms ,
i s $1 top- J >Braiiry Odham is I worth of their fellows only a I strength in. a particular field authority of a Congressional resolution ,blundered by incredible and tragic I fright New York City attorney another 136 but it
years met .Ma 4s rulAN
fart about the ballots. I trifling few placed ,Odham high. ,compensated for another's weakness I made a new set of recom- ,leakage. The board has projected 1! W. T. Burgess heads the Pel- soon
i{ b }..*aam to th* Cracker I I! What does that seeming discrepancy there._ mendations. The second board was 'i something, however which it calls i 1 ham chapter of United World I exile oi its people to Babylon. .,
pall t* determine outf I mean? I ."The first thing you know headed by Adm. William Hepburn. i The Polar Concept and it maybe 1 Federalists. From that defeat and exile, however et the
iMw4a th 1147tfw Did they regard Odham's the bill is beaten. If it isn't !,;'The Hepburn report was intended t;, assumed that Pres. Truman's Harry Voorhis Orlando attorney there was to be a glorious .
#ati hw charge irrespective of truth as a beaten it's amended to death !to be top secret"; stationery: was visit to Canada this week furthered acts as president of both return and a rebuilding of Jerusa- H, -
lem.
I young Bemlnole Counp4Han4 rash unwise outburst? Was it felt and Sen. Baynard puts the finishing counted in the presence of the 'the conception. It would'seem.. the Florida State branch and the The
I ales fey outsiders gen he had discredited all by accusing touches on it when it ;:board; carbon paper was burned. then, that semi-tropical Banana : Orlando chapter of the international i Two things must be borne .
etlr M a her of th aetaion be- one? [Remember, what Odham. reaches the Senate." By an incredible series of blunders, River must give way to Dutch Har- organization. firmly in mind if we are U Idolatry and
M stood sea la th* House said: There is a cloud over this That's the way it was. too with partly by the Navy and partly by bor or Point Barrow In Alaska or i I understand the history of those I .
F i* accuse a colleague oft !I House but I am not the person I the Marion delegation composed I Capitol personnel the Hepburn the several unnamed and un- 'Gideons I To Meet times in Israel and get any Idea -o .. .
bribe him. Odham: 1 1hM responsible for that cloud Or of Sen. Wallace E. Sturgis and I II I report was released on the openIng announced bases being constructed of the lessons its history offers ,' greater .1
.45 way m th subsequent' 'I i did they appraise this as a 24 hour Representatives C. Farris Bryant I day of Congress Jan. 3, 1939. in the Arctic. Tomorrow the world today. .
pg *f .Ms teitevnoat! *: I,[sensation which contributed nothing I and Clarence Camp 2d. all of' It precipitated the famous controversy t The "Polar Concept" which NightIn Such lessons are particularly: appropriate -,that._
AI &. valuable member1' worthwhile? ;, Ocala. I Bryant was- voted the I over the fortification of i,would provide air defense from for the United States eat .
*4 UK aMt teguiature votes; I However they felt, the Odham I i first-termer most likely to domlI Guam, which the Hepburn board 'attacks across the North, Pole Book Store and Canada for these democracies: i:f .

.. Ifc* asort proaUtnc first-term- failure to win ballots sharply I{nate future Legislatures. i strongly recommended. Veteran"J mentions no prospective foes byname i I Harry Wimberly church assign- face new and unforeseen responsibilities ;self. '
i t4, as tli* member performing etches the difference between Over in the Senate Sturgis had !Congressmen still speculate on the i but a straight line across !ment chairman will address the and dangers in their relation larsera ...
j aiMable but publicly unrecognized what insiders may think of a long ago earned a reputation .for chances of having averted the [the North Pole from almost anywhere Orlando Gideons at their meeting to the rest of the world. more wwe antsy Mir
ar ty'Z and u th member situation and bow others regard sincerity, honesty and integrity. war with Japan, had Guam been : in the United States leads tomorrow at 7:30 ajn. in the Whatever isolation we have had ..
.*Aftfc,.ttot morel to public con- : the matter. Sorely'if a poll Cracker Politics is one 'tit those fortified on the. basis of a secret to Soviet Russia. It is known too, CBMC Bible and Book Store. or might still desire, has been Irrevocably wolI .. .
t ,...,. to the Ltc 1&tun-l. had been taken of editorial 1 sentimentalists' who suffer bitter report.' that Alaska alone Is only a segment Wimberly is also treasurer of the lost A great deal depends t .
"... liter ..lgk( be uge.j readers Odham would have i pangs-an actual clutching of the A second controversy of more of the "Polar Concept the Christian Business Men's Committee. upon the spirit and practical I b.- ..
; he did I stomach-in the dying of a Legis- interest to Florida arose from the frozen lands of Arctic Canada also r J.
j c aM ..... Mbam s laekenoe placed high if. indeed Judgment with which we meet .
..... tfc* Legislator* a* U the not top'tbe.list.Turning lature. Hepburn report The 1933 docu- are needed. So Pres: Truman's t Pres. A. P, Swaidmark reported this new situation. I lar.teo Sato N. g
sisnt. **"g.'i7 .to wblfh h* from an Imponderableto Before 60 .days are over thoseof ment ignored the earlier Rodman ;"visit and its measure of success yesterday that 132 white Testaments -, The two things to remember from". don .._
SM4. tfc... **..ld agree ... totoasm another aspect of tthe biennial I us who live: with the Legislators recommendations and suggestedold ;may hold the fate of' Banana I had been ordered for the' about -Israel's situation art that -_ .
I r .. a>we *f IW store fr.e Cracker Politics poll:reasons can through their moments of triumph Camp Foster at Jacksonville '" River. I.nurses at Orange Memorial Hospital the prophets of'-'the time were U j
.I m fiiT there was no doUbt in be put down without hesitation for 1 and of defeat in business and in 1 as the best site for a Southeastern i In 25 years,then the Rodman. .He also said that the Gideons more important than the king W, .hop_sir t .. i
t** nand .f the Legislator who the choice of Pinellas and Marion after-hours pleasure, get to know Naval air base. ; Hepburn and joint boards have *,*** tent of th* tw* Odham bail County delegations as 1947's most them Quite welL A Legislature Civic interests in Miami, led I woven a pattern of deploying 7:30: pjn. at the Reformed Presbyterian ,isolation it might have had. the Bfesarvaus te for i atria : I
te. to tfe* infest valuable member I tf ectJve.The Pinellas delegationhas brings out the best and the worstin by then Cong. Pat Cannon at |t defenses successively northward. j Church at the invitation of A small tribal group' in the era t .tot I
fees... thai this was a proper four members: the Marion, men. once started a furious campaign j The Rodman report recommended the Rev. Alvin Smith pastor. before rulers and empires bad setout y.lettrwal
rta* .U00. for he explained: i'I three. Looking out upon the House of to upset the Hepburn report Key West or Miami after World Next Sunday at 11 am. the for world conquest and had I
S. Representatives just before sine and to locate the new base near War I. In 2933 the Hepburn Board Gideons will conduct the an .
1.ti.at h* had ruts enough Composed of Sen. Henry worship ,now become a kingdom situated ,
.. ..Hen.2t.t th* r..*alri!* Baynard and RepresentativesCharles die adjournment you have to pos- Miami. They very nearly succeeded I'lauded Banana River and chose I service at the Central Church of between great contending powers. & ..1 J
forehead of brass not to be \ Jacksonville. In 194T the joint the Nazarene. at the 'I 1J' ..
MM** stoir of Myths I I J. Schuh Jr. and JamesA. sess a invitation of It was always, therefore in physical !
fea *
a pjft wro nif at hi ximuM a/ and Archie Clement of Tar-,I be brought together again. the House Naval Affair_ Commit-, 'defense. It should be borne it, I Master, Swaidmark. added. !danger of allying itself with one .J"ai& .


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J. C. Krlbbs Named All-American Dad Service Guild (Orlando! Florida, June J 15., 1947 i!hr B-unba" 6rntfntl.&tu f..t, 7 i

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\ .{"......... herds P. eKribbs 1)M Holds Final hare been met we are going la I f I I Church today. Senate.......

:i I wat Ptaalet transferred-Gaulbert U Furniture Orlando Co in. Dieted the fourth grade In the Dads Offer 'Ultimatum'Father's .. picket-and that's where the 11 son. via be led tr. lbw ..
.! argument started.
I n: II NMidatkartowtnR 1MZ. Marks St. School ton. with speetal wn11 tilt

I .... by friends In With his selection as this year's Summer Meet The boys all wanted to male Chancel Chotf Mm Cat M. 1

I / .... and for himself 1944. he again went this Into business time as All-American Father Kribbs, who IScecwl to The Sunelav Sent -Star] In Day 'Crisis'BROKEN any picketing they might bare to the piano. i_ j'
---.jftWaominatlons for factory representative for various has been a friend to the childrenof WINTER GARDEN-Wesleyan I do as easy as possible and a buncho I Sunday 8eh eI .... .. .. t
mMken were received furniture companies selling to his church and neighborhood Service, Guild held the last meet : fthem suggested we do 1In ,i at JU: ajn. *Hlibcctantag Y.-a __ !
fired *., the committee wholesale Jobbers and retail stores as well as his -own. Joins the award company j!ing of the Summer at the camp of : ARROW,Okla. [AP] Male parents of Broken autos. at 1 pal
ft .a4e a derision." throughout Florida.Throughout of these previous Mrs. T.: M. Britt on Lake Downs Arrow threaten "But we finally agreed that idea Mid-week servas' lav
heAt yesterday to "strike" Father'Day
his business winners: \in Windermere. I today, $ was hopeless because our families i'I Bible study w. m.* ..
career unless they are served breakfast in bed as a sign their will hare our usual at 7:4 .Mli Met
Y ....., Kribbs. a former deacon of the William A. McCrre,1946; Circuit Mrs. Herbert Davis conductedthe : cars. as and pja
edl ...... a three-day and, his. First Presbtyerlan Church Lake Judge Frank A. Smith. business meeting and the families have accepted a set of "demands." we won't get a chance to use son U leader.
/k Map .. Cuba all.Harana. land has always managed to find 1945' ; AI C ith. 1944. and "WU- members decided to work on The "demands," made in a resolution adopted at a then"I I I I I At the June 4d
-... '" Ja+.Ph P. Rutland, time to devote to his children and Ham A. Hickman 1943. ;articles for the Christmas Bazaar meeting of 20 fathers: < fidal board ue.
...-iMfa to instill in them the Christian with 'during the Summer. Each member "Fathers shall be allowed toj elected. They aft GIll
Men's Store ..fit Ideals that have guided his life. was asked to donate a dish towelto come home late at night without'., answer the questionho..as> chairman of the lead.
Nxelection Ellis were James B. Keith president -
[:: "neeC' Three of his sons are enrolled of the Retail Merchants the church kitchen during June.' having to explain where they have that?/ urea of the ........ Or a

taktMft of the In Maryrille (Tenn.l College, two Assn.. and the following club Towels are to be sent to Miss been. "5-Fathers shall be address-- 'Pastor Tells Icy rice ekutmm *f MM
1 Harold
.14W of them as students for the Lyn Blackstock. '2 ed with more respect either 0eIertIL stttetlahl
QM -Fathers shall have as
at
t1r t 4. by ]rigs at 2 presidents: Paul Stine. Rotary; board. -
Mrs.
A. Psecretary. ......
Station WORZ ministry. E. LeRoy Brewton. Kiwanis; Dr. Alter the business meeting a least as much right to speak Papa or 'Dad' instead.of'stinky .
: -- M 12:IS pjn. His children are: Donald E.. 28; Clyde Williams. Lions: W. W. picnic supper was enjoyed by the out and say what they 'thinkas and 'hey you." Service Plans I; FoB w1Rl..... __
-air taw previous AHHI Gerald L. 26; Kenneth D., 20; Arnold. Optimist; W. W. Dawson. Mmes. Jean Phillips Ed Reeves, the children hare. "We are serious about this s sheet
Atlrrt. be lunch. Robert E.. 18; James C. Jr.. 16; Exchange: Mrs. Esther Phillips Johnnie Griffin Guy Carlock,Wallet "3-Fathers shall not be approached thing." said Cal Tinney, Broken(,i fSpec'! fc The SunoV Sen*.ne''.Sor' a the meflMrtai late MWfor .. _
,- ,.... ., trot hater Chamber i David W.. 14. and Doris Elaine. Business and Professional Women Bolton, Charlie Connell Norman for the money to buy I Arrow Ledger editor and a member MOUNT DORA-God's Protect- who served Cfiatset C
for IT .
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10. There three Thompson. Herbert Starr their own Father's Day p s i
of
are grandchildren and Mrs. Dollye Hester. Pilot. present. the group of fathers tag Care will be the sermon sub-
p.. IMVIM t/tn. e aa escep.is Donald, who is studying to be a Kribbs' selection came as a sur Walter Coble Roy Fulmer, Morris "Fathers shall be allowed to''I threatening to "strike." ject of the Rev George Gibson secretary j
-- as a fa4her. Ktib s. an 1 medical missionary has comp. to him, since he did not Parker Tom Ellis Robert Fetner take telephone calls without I "If we don't ret breakfast in during the service of morning The
.. fit .* Part Lake PiVby- pleted his sophomore year at know that he had been nominatedfor and Herbert Davis. having, as soon as they hang up to bed as a sign our demands 'worship at the First Methodist !I, cousin aa n "
c.'IauniI' if: .'h* attempt to put\ Summer school at the He was out of town on a business r A
.**. swtettre through University of Tennessee. He is trip when his family was informedof f
r Ike Met and persons lath 1 married to the former Miss Har- the committee's choice -' /
riett Hammond of Winter Karen Mrs. Kribbs expressed pleasureand < \
and has two children a daughter gratification at her husband's I
H. It a MRbp ef CM. 7, and a son. 5. (|selection and said she could thinkof
a .....lap.. Ilea't C..ttH. f
no better way to celebrate their
Gerald served in the Infantry
$ w.
Melly aa4 -
wedding this
anniversary month
The 1-144 ........ !. Italy during World War II "
and I Is employed by the Amer than by the trip to Havana. a
d W,. Ma de Ruble lean Optical Co. city, they have never visited. I s
fill ......, and the late I .
He and his .wife the former i
19Ir1i. tt
was born
on a
r 0... bats.. June 20, Miss Mittie Cason of Lakeland.| Mrs. Fischer .. .
t/ .M... .f low eMdren.s tire at 537 Winter Park Are, and i :. .
... .. yean old. his hare a daughter 3. jJJAL '0 f
Fetes Son
a_ SB Mxerfd wagaaKa Kenneth who also Is studying I .
where heter [ to be a minister, has completed
: hit junior year at Maryrlile Col-
street he andHM On x
tatmer' Mus leg and Is spending. the Summer; Birthday .
at home.
ewe married June Robert, the third son at Maryl[Soeciol l to The Sunday Sentme'-Star'
vtll Collece., has | GOTHA-Mrs. Olin Fischer entertained .
completed one .
vas a barber to
PhMlps- and one-half and ; with a birthday party
sir -l y M* prior to become years intends Wednesday honoring her son, .cAts\\ ;
a pharmacist &
!w treN* tar dr/p Florida, laKHMM the graduation.Summer In He the Is Walgreen employed Drugwgird upon for i Olin's Olin's sixth guests birthday.were Tommy Floyd .\

and their Wilbur and Glen Droege Christine -
bar. M NH.sAo1r Store here as cashier. Ann and Marlene Stacey. Virginia -
James has completed hissophomore
MM tar the Smith,Everett Fischer Mary !
r It .***. KrMb* year at Orlando High Francis and Ernest Fischer YOUNG AMERICA'S NEW FAVORITE 4
School and has a Summer job at'
r ft WMIdMII MT i Charles and Franklin Harrison.
AMr Ole .d Tsap& Myrkks Furniture Store, where Robert and Fred Fischer Miss I ft -J 1
he has .
r teased her .+n worked part-tlme while f Louise Fischer Mrs. E. Fischer Jr., The most refreshing
t' shirt idea
going to school. : sport
L1., the Mrs. M. G. Stacey Mrs. George
b wMefe be David who will be In the ninth Fischer. Mrs. Frank Harrison. Mrs. i 'k ,

2* slug he sold trade of Memorial Junior Hightkhool Florence Puff and Mrs. E. Fischer.Mr. ,_ ., .. in years Washable, sanforized shrunk
erred MMl Mi taHf to nest Fall, earns his spend- and Mrs. C. V. Roberts and f
Jill I. tttlN Hie money by carrying a newspaper son. Larry spent Tuesday at Daytona cotton patterned with( the familiar '
route He
M the L ui Paper plays a saxophone Beach. }
M the school band and hopessome Margaret Cameron Roberts is at
i.
day to make music h1sfI..r. Camp Ton-A-Wanda in Hender- ; Coca Cola bottle and Blue/
..... .. n.rw. !Ia la.sot sonviHe N. C. cap y.
1i'L- r.r..d Inf Doris only daughter, and the Ladies' Missionary Circle of the 1
.. .alesa.a *r Ik* baby 01 the family has com- ; Lutheran Church met Thursdayat maize and green in sizes 8 to 20, '"

---- I L I(I the Ladies' Club Bldg. with PA CI, .
Mrs. A. L. Mize lrr sl
[ presiding. Mrs. 1 '
Tavarcs csii cnts' Entertain I I Elmer Schultz was hostess for af $ 98
ternoon. The Rev. Fischer spoke. '


Honorin i 1 Ir. a ind, Mrs. Cassady the Mige.Present Rev Elmer and were Schultz.Mrs.the Edward Mmes.H. Benin Fischer A. L., \


t, 1N,1A AMS ''CM, f +def McCoUum. Hazel j the Mmes. Olin Fischer H. A. ...... ."'

45slt Fraake h, Lincoln A. Rees Miss August Wilkening. Norman Klare 1, F4WIiBrN Droege. .
eM M4tt $ maura a ratubeta Ia ey. the Mmes. C. 8. Richmond Roberts spent last .a \ 4
nntgent N e riteMrran.s Daniel. Samuel Rodante J. W. week at Daytona Beach. .
Mta r Works the Rer and Mrs. Edwin Mrs. Elva Youngblood has returned ht' : .
( tat; NI" 1Mrk Harwell. from St. Petersburg. I : ; '
i 1d r Mrs Jonathan" E. Smith enter : 'tlndoz. qJw.tiJlzop. '
IA, Never a.i tamed tn her home 11 members of Kashmir, about the size of I '' : : .. .
aoel soN (* Fterenct WUHngham Circle. Utah is India's largest native < :. '> . ""
'Iw Mrs. Frank J. Banning presented ltate. >-' ; { A-, ,

K PMM eaM law program.Oiea Freeman. and Frank Par. or : -' J '.
1
Ile HMMT Saw ragw of Atlanta, fraternity broth. i f.,
tt DtMte wfMr ai m of Joe Duncan hare been visit- ,
i .eel )tr IftC with nun at the home of his $ ', \I\A ,
w 4 Barents. ).Ir. and Mrs. Leonard
:
ra4K aN. Duncan, and at Daytona Beach.: ; -. ..;- y'r -

ital., Mr Capt Warren D. Wilkin. USN ftfv ,
i .
and Mrs. Wtlkin of Washington v .
IIQ/rilrf d0uteta D C.. are tuning his brother-tn* v- >s; .

.'l+ a M aq law and ...wr. Mr. and Mrs. Her. : : :; )
1 felletR 4 I Id beet Soprr ; { ,
C W tllil Nee Mr and Mrs. R E. Lyons of ._
e torM ter Plant CKy and Mr and ),(n. Budtat : .1. : '.. ..,'.;..,, : I f
i tR l fbltP WHMams of Miami are guests ofF1t.k :. r' ; :_,; :::. ,. ___ :?!!,, : _
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: = Mr and Mrs George J. Dykes. : .' I '- : ,
titttrN1lirnlu Mr and Mrs. Maurice Patrick .. : j J ,. ..'J .... _. -' :.. :.'; t.
A ru M i kite taken an apartment in ;
M MMr Mr and $. er> Uf aittf Ups )Summer school.a !;. :: ; .1
M*. wad> err Mr and Mrs. C. B. Treadway.Mrs : &iafe <
.
R. O. Haskins. Miss Mary ,
d Mr ta/ Tta4vay and David Treadway i; _
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IINIl4rd Al r ,.*..t'ftU' vfoited Met Letta Rock : r
a peV la Lakeland.fr f ". ',
: : .
saM Ar.eM Mr and Mrs. Charles P. Lovell I Is. / .' ''' II. ." '
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c\W1. .... ..... .
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t led lift Thursday for New York.If .
ha, I Mr and Mrs Hot a. Richard 4 ". -'H ... ::'. .' .
': : $',.
awn and sons were recent visitors ,. .
erM llt/i I4aa with her parent. Mr. and )(n. R.s41A -
M idle sirlraehhwa1M C Clark ... ._
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g.MM11e.a.sj pr.+- MM fUMe Cox, art t* *hr In "
lr M er Orlando and stiter of Mrs. J.. W ADDS PLtASURE AND CONVENIENCE :..

pa-d .
'r j
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Mr ral QMlwestll IJetty LeVar. ana of Mr. and Mrs.s -; TO TRAVEL -' ::(:.:,.;

sodRSA s.sM > W K Le 'at. who underwent sur- < .. : 1

trey *t the Orange Memorial : .
rHMpHal, U recuperating at his ;. -

<*. AMI* N MMS tMIIIW. ." ', ? 4 i
,
Isar N hot Aem.i Mr and Mrs Clifford Hale and '.' t t
) !.rofd w td M> aMktren Floyif and Hunter of > -Halliburton aluminum luggage fi
N lilt Dalton O-. have been visiting his \ 1-.
air 11Ni r- broUlrt-rn-liw and sister Mr. and I \ .rd .

rMr*. Dester Ward. \_ :, ., water dust and mildew ,
:4:4I
r sw* Mrs. Walton B. Hunter and son .. r :
::: s41rNe tf.i iM i>l U Brward are rtsitinf her sister. I "
tier tits a, r lM R R Mn Jenkins In Charleston. 8. C. :
Chsrten and Eleanor Nicholsaeewrpanted 'I gives complete prQte
the Rev and Mrs. )
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Mackman and Miss MaryTreadway
Cart
.to r fOOt $ content Striped oirpkfit
.
.tWO' to Avon Park. The
(ilitrt t AMI MfII Mt ... Ntrhels win attend Senior Ws?4k.: ..x. r
..t-' Claw at Lake Byrd Lodge .' ;
a k S..tt t' .:.;. r,4 r.. Mr and Mrs. Earl Treadway :': R cloth with leather feWfef N
Gainesville where "
"Hare moved' to
Carl wW attend Summer sessionai /
tit unlreraityMiM 1ii! on lightweight easy to hont
TUMNTC MHTMl Alma Dennis and Albert ',_.
rvnnu hare returned to North

0 ,' .55'.r rMR'.4l iNnwMl.tiM M ilrrttt W'ke bore. N C.. after a Visit <:, carryalls Also handsome
*Hh the J I Rhea family
Miss Marlon Ann Rhea student
H. LUX .
sews at at'.tw fttftwo.pad Quarter was on the honor roD rr. luggage of top grain cowhide

John H Ott and ton Kenneth '. .' : .TI
:5 nIa .aM1 -rf jarksonrtHe spent several days rawhide and
E ,' f] sn as tug of Mr and ),(ra. Robert pigskin
pis C LH -: .

,totted Fagene' Ns Kltchlnt aunt Mrs., of Gainesrille B. A. Cas- ( Rutland's/ Travel Service; secures tickets; .

uty and MiM Mattie Cassady. :: !:::
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= Guest Minister To Speak .- 'f plane or ship and hotel reservations t

aMI NM SAM ..
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.......... ..........\., ..... ,' --,*>> *:> ...'.SiorTI t at no extra\ charge to you. '*

1M '( : rCSBrfFO-The R... John E.W'tfUY" :

I : the Moody Bible Instil. t s 9itri .
f 1 tlnll nmii Ctsarr uUrr* ension DeparUnent win '

"" erM : M rwrt tntnirfer at service of '
I' s Hrttit4t..Ae : th* First' Pmbytertan> Church )
and
her ffunday morning Sunday

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..ssLIz=:"':'eiweM'f IkU week that Florida and Rollins 'Finish in Tie .x St. LouisClimbs' I Red Sox Trade Phalanx (Ghm

-lilac oa.NR .m gridiron >In 1948 prompted a glance I

r iflM f.*.. f*** UK aCt Bunting of the first time a Mc- Ii i Rudy York For

.. swi4t "....* ..Mmf" Florida. Gators. I! 'RunfxMoiu
Info Sixth t (
T..,* **d the Gator met' that veer tn Jacksonville, Behind LeadersST. Murrell JonesBOSTON

III tstltls thtltla Iv M Ha list! ....... and the: Oaten took a 13.2 de-

+... a t'salaL .......te4 R plant dub. rragments' of the 4 API' With one ktek-

till st. into eerie g.M ...__ LOUIS TAP] It took Samuel > speed and the other power In Dwyer W.

t .......' ftajMsrMv ......t.... was sports editor Jacksoh Snead eight bitter yearsto IS SpolinLeagueC Joe Cronin of the Post**!
live down the monumental eight
Sox and Ted Lyons of filehicago
d ttlr :Pt kf* tk.. sad kt. report .f tbe game Is the strokes he took on the last hole of White Sox ye*******

K ....sr. Mm PM' tea* paragraph .a the the National Open championshipat ST LOUIS [API The St Louis made an even swap of tfcctr HMt i .w Ngtt Rt tllllua -..

I i Philadelphia in 1939 but the Cardinals, displaying their strongest basemen 33-year-oM Rode Ytork'': .. VwM ..

.... H Worn l. exhaustion staggering like slender fellow from the Mountain batting attack of the season for the seven yeah yovficer Wor Mia.. -. .. ..bi&a

a11ds ... .......'a .m M 1H4 fold and blue Rollins country finally squared his 'account swept a day-night twin bill from rell Jones. Nlsak ... ,Pets' ..- .... --

oddr 'slat rely toes P.NgslMa411im here this afternoon. with the golfing fates yes- the slumping Brooklyn Dodgers York one of the AJRfriNe .

.--Again b ... ...lN Oese.L ll-l but in the hearts and terday. pounding out- a 12 to 2 nocturnal League's outstanding .loot.ntt. ler1a1d.3 .ar tar ..w+4 M .
Sam stood on the 72d hole at victory after annexing the matinee Ilse 1J"e .da... ...... (
Meslb
r __ sxedllw rive .... the VlS.Sea for the day. the St. Louis Country Club witha hitters until this If....... nov to
e e encounter 5 to 3. batting only 513 to JBM IN. alter tee Ir. tw nth NhM .
20-foot slanting putt staring
Harry [the Cat Brecheen turn ..
SMIMaltoo arm V.a ., rtsvMa't ('.... ., Physical Educa- him in the face .and he steppedup ed in his usual smooth performance Last season after being taimsi 8,so 551. iW .. .

t-- .arrllai Ithr ...... tilde Pow AM that prtmlar r&meas a and knocked it surely and in the night affair scattering from the Detroit TUrs !In Mi- feM

...... tN1/ seers llos r squarely into the hole as a steaming seven Dodger hits and blanking change for Infielder Ed': 4i. Lvk#. Nor anise ...s W5. ..

... ........ .. crowd of 4.000 raised a din r ninth. York sparked the Red Sox' pennant ylaroas. aN ...
of reer thP (tlhe Tarsi] divertedn them until the
drive let
by hitting fertftf
..... N e --. >...k.. IV rt44 teas, tad oa several occasions that must have lasted nearly. five : The Cards slugged three.Dod. his first 48 and Temd tMt sl sngsse r t/r
minutes. i games w* Us esBtoi to*. Its. .5..
'I-
Ilgf.. slgij esIoo. ........."' aversrDuring f Lion ... ..
MMW otW ..
+hlrCC bear oa a Mael l.r1Ce1 ha* swell indomitable courage That putt for a birdie three SETS< NEW RECORD FOR U. S. OPEN: James B. McHale, a of them for' extra bases.> Home ,' ..wlUEa. M ".
on the final hole of the 1947 runs were contributed by Ron his II seasons with
..11I-. ea ... rhaS. W MM Wtetef Park schooL They championship meant that Sam 'Chestnut, Pa., amateur who set a new U. S. Open record yester- Northey Joe Garagiola and Stan the Tigers York has a .211 let M. MY.. se1e1Tlr

tlratlrr.. __ flel SS e-4 ifec tea better and it was only had won all tbe vindication he 111 ssasl till atoll iW tan. r jnia1 fee assault of fresh ......... .....
y men ever would need and that he i lean Lea 1Ie's recent books C .
j the fee of the 188-yard 16th hole of St. Louis Country Club.McHale's was the Cards' third r
-- r4 aasgallg M M ....fe se re would meet Lew Worsham, a hitting the most home rune In clad II4gk.Mr
the-Brook-
straight victory over : : =
final score was a 293 when he blew in
e e comparative newcomer to golf- sky-high the .
lynites and lifted them to sixth a month IS daring Ang %t .f
.... t..H lwU fM4k..lt ISM will recall a few of the Tar ing's glamour ranks in an 18- afternoon ploy [AP WirephotoJ.] I I place in the National League 1937. He led the l lUlU la IMS pll. laslrM s'

_. ....... ITEM frtMw lr ...uac.. Carl Goose( 1 Kettles. hole play-off today for the most standing the highest they hare by hitting 31 homers and driving ow M A.ashln r

.. ./Ieri .M eve iMrier for the Sanford Celery Feds was prized of native links crowns. been since the first week of the In 118 runs. a/dtta tb j- !

.. tlr btM.i af I., (kjsM .* JM Tftn <'",kr. Listen to this: Worsham. leader by' a stroke at Yanks Defeat'Browns Grabs season. 1 Jones was purchased bjr the roased lllMrPAdhs .
finished .
the '54-hole mark had Chicago a lase slwIMsis .
11gtf ....... a tht ..k.sN>looklng lad from Georgia well ahead of Snead with his second Alpha Brazle the wiry IdtI Chisox from Shreveport tn 1141 lIM tM.+ .41.MAIe ..

.4 ftt e W4lrssas\, U..lr..e Shearer, to a stand- par-71 score of the day anda Near I hander went all.the way for the and after a brief tryout. ws returned 1M frMlh

>*H.**U.*> Mtr laid MM. low with a blow that total of 282 shots for the-route. 1 Redbirds in the first game striking to that Texas League cMk

11: MM ........ JUafsrrr .as kannrd from the game Sam needed a sub-par 70-also ; l Lead out nine and yielding only The following year found .htan .ta M"-' M lrrlgts

...... ...sjruea |. the game twice more and on his his second of the day-to tie the First Place j League seven hits. It..as his fifth victory the Navy and he became t ,.... nit 4sI.. so lilt

..4aJ fit* g aea.|rtra) sailor as he reported 'toe |i Oakmont. Pa, professional and against j three losses. |pilot. While serving on the taints ........ seal 11 so aa

he got it. He brought about the NEW YORK TAP] Belting two I FIRST GAIL) ,{ Enterprise he bagged' six Jya- boat em .r tltgN.4h.
fourth play-off in the last five :j CHICAGO rAP The Chicago IIIDOItUIl IN) : 5T LOUIS tll' i' stM.. waalw
e a) pitchers for 13 hits and taking i I sICkSI abrb. 'nese planes four of them stssrr/
open championships. ,' advantage of three miscues which Cubs beat Philadelphia 6 to 3 yes- 1 R5.nkr.b : I 1 4 3.4r5w't.b" 4 I I I I ; the Battle of Tokyo. b..ll .... III T .
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...... lair .lao ..... ... bke a tore thumb that day was\ The pair finished a clean three i I' __.... :! E 1 r .,r.n.d :; 1 J 1i 1 ... .. .. .. lilt
them five
brought unearned runs i, R"lf 4/ 1 1 '1)1..1.1.tl> f 1 211 1I Shortly after rt>oifliag the
d tldsaMll, .|M ..aP'W'f'dhe' fancy of Florida's foot- strokes ahead of their nearest .
the New I 1 F..w...! I. r ..I1."lft.1f J 1 1 1 I ,
i York Yankees
j moved to .
1 White Sox last season Jones suffered Jeral=s ...
.: the South I .
M 11g IM vRfttng then snd later. pursuers, Bobby Locke I .J..or.rf 4 I 1 I meeker 55055j
... Mftto .... ....ewBd. ex-Leesburg halfback circled African star and Ed Porky I Detroit within a game of the first place son over the Phillies, and moved'j ji i It_'.." lei I ltIIt.... 15r.a a fractured left elbow ta a 14etaNe'alf.' M AIIssMar Jr-:,
Tigers with a 12-4 triumph! a36 4 1 1 1 Diet..11 I' 1 1 I'I 'collision
Eddie
with Lake swi .
and *'M ); ItI11M/d
egssloFel fill sin anon sptesoe.tar feats of the day. When heM Oliver. They tied at 285 after :i Browns i into first place in the National i IRz.a.a I S. 1 S .'S.tlMr.f. I 1 I 1 1 :
the
St. !
> over Louis
I j Locke who started the final round yester- I "a.rtr I. e ............ f I I I 3 forced to remain out of HUaa TIM tor a t
E eliadlr) b.. Sf.*> .ta tfee third period he received one of i day. League as the New York Giants ', Rra..p 1 1 1 1 11...... J' 1rbrndlu 2 untU this $ t77dr
only a stroke off the came year. so a. Isaig
pace .
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1 1Ie.a.. .... I 1 1
ds.l.edlaar M IisII M footbsvl annals, Don reported. apart surprisingly toward the end 1 Every Yankee except .Joe Di- I dropped to second by losing to I .1111.1 p 1. 1 1 5eI...p 45112Emu. York was the 14th meter of p Ones IM t1nM.

e t 1Bm I and wound up with a fat 73. j i Maggio, hit safely with Johnny Cincinnati. 4 to 3. .. 1 11 the Red Sox' pennant-winning Nth. S I. a. alES

.._ ... ..* that 4.y was Robert Srott. a halfback later Oliver finished with his second Lindell. Billy Johnson and Ralph 1 rleiuml 5055S ;squad to be separated from tsst ...... .... ..II
The Cubs Emil "Dutch"'Leonard
Ili...dM e fept( IWflLtN .M phenomenal. He "unleashed. I j 171 of the day. j' Houk pacing the attack.) Lindell pounded j I T..1J Si 3,: 4:; 1'..... 14 s u;;il .:club since its World Series 4- dMa.1 sat tlEt ..+

.. .---aid eM enemy Jake Bonthron and CUnningham Strangleenough, the day's t belted a double! in the Yankees'I for eight hits includingi ). a--.dc b-es. for &wt...Fr. fa llama.MIl. III MIl ; lapse against the St. Louts Ctfnals. *I- AelMl I. o1M ova \

I'j four-run first inning I i homers and three doubles. 1 _...... ,. .fat 4 tNb yb ttM -
most electrifying golf shot
: was another*marker in the 4-41.4 r. Ear is sib
.*.. i4 llth..aWs ...11 MMd, as compared with Flor- by a man who owned only a homered sixth and l'Eddie Waitkus and Marv Rickert enss ::twiny: IB..11a I The trade was not unexpected wan a Ms.i-*-- trhalalst
; passing interest in the championship I in the eighth. I smashed out the homers, each ___ 11. M. 110-1 ''for Gen Mgr. Leslie OCteeaor t M 4 iat.esgll
veto teltog facton Don ". .r1ri. The com- -
< 31. LOlliS lA' MEW raseAI ___
81. I Ml m 535Er55wLt..w. 4
anr
itself. Jimmy McIIale, .. ... .' ... 'coming with one aboard. It wasLeonard's accompanied the White Sex on Ii1 .dt
home sad A '-nilng SUN that soared the ttm- ; r rt. r tR1. LArat. :
an amateur from Philadelphiaand mr..311 4 r 1 1 1 ttJl......: 3 1 1 1 IZartlJuf I third defeat against 1.51.1 t.--Spears. := laitnea155r6 a= 'I.kI. their current road trip to make a Qrs1111 :
$.... elMo to IN degrees than Rollins ... .. ,
was more 4 0 % .trtI.rf' 41125IMtea.d seven victories. .. GarasMa. Too.-". Mta-BcMmon.Kanatkl. .
half house set I deal for much needed uul f or t4iMs .
large a -
as as a : 2 3 "LIMPI..Jr! 5 2 3 5 Mcknm m>t Tarea-bata bM-JIustaLPtofea power
H. ; the galleries singing in the Ifn'b.1f 4 1 2 1 .011".rf_ 4 1 1 I i Henry Wyse was breezing along .*-Bm*. DaaMe play-Beet* Ht hitter. Torts current sJuffip. plus ...lima .. I
...... aamea u the tteeup that day still familiar to morning with a sensational t'n1..N.R r 1 1 "''M__I' I 1 1 6rvdnk41 ,easily to his third win until the I !It.rk, ta ........... Left OB twffa-Brwklra. T, .his sluggish first base coTerne ... ..
,
By
10 1 2' I'WJ'aa3y I fl. 1Pr Louis 11. Batea kaD
;1 M *-off Branra S. !
twWe "-- OHS line coach started at round of 65 that broke prac- drrob : 1Rlwd .II 3 : : 1earrb ; (' ninth when the Phillies unleashed oft Bn<.lt :3. off ktac 1. Saab oat-kf Barn ;;,was considered a major faetor fa (1,..... IM ag1lM P 1Edgr
taitf. W*h ZeWe Maynard at center and S. L. Yon tically every record in the book. I 1/ % 31Ae 01ewt.e,. 3 1Rlr.brlA 'a homer flurry of their own wi ail i kr Brula, t. ky CkanAer I. Hiu--off Briora the'' Red Sox slow start this sea ..... -... s
YI.O 3. 1 t 1 ,
la IIJ Nala3t rr Cbaadier 1 la 1 !-*
**...., Jim Mobley. Winter Garden coach The former parachute trooper tulH 2 I 1 1&a.a,55 1 1 1 1 'I'Buster Adams and Andy Semin- arr' Kins S I* 1. Wild 1Iil -BnatL Law son. (pIM lM viii ;1
fill .. lot MM.... M was Roe Chakales now an Associated went out in 30 strokes the lowest '. M,.... 15225' ick hitting for the circuit \\ith I' pltrher-Branra r..IIIw-PitIttIII.! Barttrk and --- -
Pnrtr7 25115LaR,7w .
XUaift Gore Tlsje-11* AReM.nreIIww1N..
-larld, +AI at AtHenav Greece. j !nine-hole score in the 47-year /1 rr the bases empty; .Emil Kush I
I history of the Open and then he !t.r,. 5.555' -I I eventually had to come to the I tu 'iiU5 lIII[) I ISR00KLYN
Awe 1 1 1 r, .
1111 I 5? LOUIS rll1
i **.* of tW doo'ark sloat that lerl.d makes Interesting refa came back in 35. barely missing a I. rescue. : 1121551' alrb 0 a'lbaet7.2b I'
10-foot the last T 4.5, K 7JI T 1'*... 3451132? 7 PHILADELPHIA' IN) CHICAC' (N)
1 putt on green i 3554 54deh.'e.1.21 3 3343
: ... era that lartkalar day that the Dodgers ,.., ... j 1 Do You Want 1
got sweet rem that would have given him 64. Tat Pin In CIbh.ttN I r I a;: all r I. Re1' .11 4 1 1 1NMaa.r1 a New CarlPerbaps
.......... Ike (.a...*. l-t. U knock them out of a I fur tau I* Ml ".......!It J I I I R..3.: 4 I S J'' I : .155. '
the league ,
1 : :
I When he was advised a few minutes tars:, lis .le1,: 1\'er'nk.rf 3'Jahn.....!It 4 I JIts. >3> 1= : ==: 3 3 It 1
t.+r* Nt of U. florid kiln after Bill Terry's famous quip. later that he had made a R< -h ___ __ rare ea ate4 .'" I I 13 .Rtrkdt.lf 4 1 1 1 ;1\.I.rf J" 1 1 ..-...... 42 : I .1

An tfcf .iM te ike bag*?* which be uttered the Win- little golfing history, he exclaimed I X.Emni w 5a1 HiMmrt. R,.__._. ream M tn DtIHnzr.2112 j Tttae.IhAtom.. .? 2 4 I r 2 I"a.'ftCtuf I MMraCask.r. I 1 .lIS 1 2 .1 icf.efrarf Rafteae 4 S 1 1 .S 1 1 Na.Nt1e55LR Ia. .rf f I.2 .2 r 2 I'e'Jtq.s. l

.: tM M .tt Aaf fUke Ruth eekbrated his last visit to Wasbinr.L' "No fooling was that a record?" J ear. ..raw b-ll.fcO I. MrQufaa. BUM* i. Wal........ 4 2 J e 0.1..1f. J 1 1 t 4 1 I 1 1/hs./ .u.>t 4 '1 I I %

t...... r*..Ur k* tlMtiag slit 2Jnd home ran against the Apparently the knowledge shook +enMMfc Tm-kw!. Hedh Mu*.-Mar....,....Hvk. __!. Jdra.lama. I 15-a.t.i 4 S 1. I J 1 I ..f)1\.11..1'....'..... 2 f'2 I Iii L J t R.- 3 4 1 1111x51.' .55 50112Daedktp I that new car Is not triter -

.... r...... tovaj kss I. Mtk ronsecatlve three the big man. for he took 77 blows : riwr...Tkne-haw kttv-IUaa Ua-WU. H.... aPdaaa 1. 1 .,Wf.... 45101lAsaaM f / : : : : 1 'll lat 4 : 1 : : I .
-f game days Jh.aa .roe err-rMtR UttoIe& _. a EWp I' I 1L.earl.p I Then why not IUD ...ist fit ..
; <'to go around in the afternoon- : stm t.. IlnraAk. Dolts pIaJ-"" lit HHckwk -- 2' : : 31 'I &br.aa/ 1 I' 1l p <4< 1 1 a 1 I IiT.ule JMr pf
a difference of only a dozenandrang tn Jwbtirh. Left: aa tarn_. Looll I. u .., ;: '
3 rtl
T. 12l2 like ? SAM'S ... j
*
f - --- up a final score of 293. But Sur Taft la. Bam kailt-<*r FMtar t, aRRsnohli j 1S -----f .'.., .......: new qualM, a* i. ... -.
I, etl lau /. Mrark a.i--r, BmmMs. TM.U :: t inn 5135,1135. ___ _._____ asp SM IIISL 2'
for 18 holes' the insurance man T .hr Putin v toy lad t Hlti-""off Potter S I. a-singled. f. .._ 10 Sb Laaii Oil ii: liru renewed, smart cpparooe kf ,.. ..
Johnny Mize Central Floridians'Favorite from the Quaker City had been '. lupins; mfr Intt 3t. 3. L..tar wither--Putter. k-ran fit Padxett in ttirc Lea --....- '-Ham i .ballad- taKmattKt Mwtb.1. :
r.pii?-n-nrrll.. R ..... -.>Ik..l tm L,art .. sib
i without much doubt the greatest .. .<*er. and .L Tlaw- :. Mjrlaai !. kjan ikl. Gar....... IloaoIaI i
.
!:: AliftItIo.-J1.. ...,. tan by fnqtait: .
) : l eSad tM Tm-kaM
CUM. i MtrMo -
golfer in the world. 'I Philadelphia _- -__.__'_ aia aaa 0* -* _. ... .
Nankrjr. tad.wdssat. n. 11II-i
in All-Star \ Locke shortly after fizzling out ,fMraw -10 K* aat 2ax-4 I|I j Hlausktn.' Him raa.Xartkey. G.....>... )I.- Top-grade paint end sap et 1 Mr ..... _I
Balloting Emn
Rant -ailakk Z, I ..
ItliL WiWM ttm !3i.kina> .05. -.II.!. Iwajjkla -
on his final round disclosed that i Walk I. U-raH* 2. Rtrkirt' J. dd.. Twa- ;
Bumped ; 1aMwad ta Martoa to Mvaial; JmnB-1 killed craftsmen. Don't bo rttaNa1 ..
| he had decided to stay in this giants Asa Mta-I> : ..... ;". Hart Meralta. RI w.. \ M M iHank M BoMaMn; Cnw M tkb..dia ..
.. MAn" Mite slugging first baseman of the New :; country and play both in the Professional ,I rn.e-W.Nta. Albeit. Alan Ceiaiiilrk._yuriaa I N MiniaL. Left aa raw-Bnetlra S. M. Unit i. J I( less than lit belt.
b.t-l'artM1. Mrt'allmisii. farrttira thing s..4.
Uwtrd. I We _
HeY. t' BMM an ktlte-eft Bane : aft Kntkftm S. '
i the favorite of Central Golfers Assn. chain- .
outstanding ; I Left an kue>-Pblladelpbia Vkteam : I off 4-k.oApT 3..1! Bcanua :. mrark ad-*y !
liEf. pionship next week at Detroit and I Baas w 5.1b-f n'n* I. art KaOi L tlnirk BiwkMH Hiu-.fr Bo1aeJIt '
1 li
M National j Hags
ttf first sacker
f League in the ,
July 't.roa.rd
I. -kf Wn J. kr Lanunl 1. 1
I Out of Lead off tluiMller 4 I In 3. off BtfcnM* 4 ia I. LOTj
f in the Tam O'Shanter tournament !: Rae-.R Wii. S'1. t 1-2 _Inp. 'rf K..k i j
I .as* at Wrigley Field in Chicago. 1; '. j l INS .hcbsr-Bunn. 1; =-Barllrk. Gen awl !j
at Chicago July 3-6. 1. 3. WiM pll.-LfoJR. 1\lntt.lI. pI'rlilor i iw. ,
I PUKlli. line-2:11. 1.-25.M1.
..... .,.. ..... ; '
f 1 .. Alan pissed 26 votes out of 32 ballots tabulated Ir iMa i Charles Chick Harbert had ::1.. Alna.a.t.lNl.I aw--c.alaa., "1. GaaTitt)2. FREE ESTIMATES

E -.r- .* ty the 1' I one of the day's most heartbreaking i CINCINNATI tAP The Cincinnati I BISONS SELL TWO i'

blow-ups on his third round. Reds dumped the Giants out BUFFALO API] The Buffalo.

Ii tsuo fttaagkter of i I IMilker Parker CopsiSouthern I Starting the day tied for the lead- of the National League lead yes- On Trust WinnerIn Bisons of the American Hockey' ;

the sw41 .*4 t'akWr I|j i ership with Dick Metz at 139. t terday by defeating the New Yorkers League announced yesterday the SAM JONES PAINT & BHY HIP

a I at lbo (iiaats are etas ;' Harbert shot himself a shocking 4-3 behind the eight-hit pitching Will Rogers Run sale of Johnny Mahaffy. 29-year-

kl tslll HnN of Mi* f oe tko aW J(I Net !1 81 to pass out of the picture. He j of Ewell Blackwell. ''' old center and Jack Portland. 33- Dial 6628 130 N. (Gar*.* W Jh fl r/
back in the
t1Irifa. came afternoon however The defeat INGLEWOOD. Cat TAP Cali year-old defenseman. to the
.*).. jCM together with the Philadelphia
: with a fine.70 to post a total Chicago Cubs' fornia-bred the ] Rockets.. !
lss.a aMuhln has I ninth straight victory On Trust captured 1

,. .i a IMa4.f tl ......... .klle Singles Title of 290. over the Philadelphia Phil- $25.000 Will Rogers Handicap at
Metz blew nearly as high his
on
!f hat .>... It of the IXf lies dropped the Giants into 5f>Con Hollywood Park yesterday over 12 -
:: third round taking a 78 under
f j NEW ORLEANS [rAP Frankie j jj :; the pressure. He scored a 74 in L Li place, a half game behind'the rival three-year-olds with Handlebars -
M tt Yankees Parker of Los i iI Cubs.It i a surprise second and Sullii ,
j I Angeles won the i i the afternoon and finished with 'I'
1-:. .f the Red Sox Southern Men's Singles Tennis five others at 291. One of them was victory number nine for i i van third ina hotly contested

., In the Amert. I I I II ; was Frank Stranahan who grab- ;Blackwell who has lost only twice seven furlong .race before 39.43S'fam. ..
I EIt".1. has polled championship here yesterday, defeating -:;; bed second amateur honors. this season. The lanky sidearmer .

1 M.. .0 rnterftttd post I an aggressive Jack Tuero. ,' Lloyd Mangrnm, who won the fanned six to raise .his league I j> Jockey Johnny Longden aboard :;

...... skgger has re- '.2. 8-3, 3-6. 36. 86. i title a year ago at Cleveland leading strikeout to 65. On Trust walked off withboth i .
.
NEW TORk: (N) I CINCINNATI (NI) sides of the day's two big features. .'
11da1a Tuero Southeastern Intercol 1 found the Country Club fairways .Irbei
legiate Conference Rig,.,: lit 4 t 4 abrbe = having ridden Mrs. John D. Hertz' i
N14te baBettns hu champion, a' much too narrow and posted 1 3'T.55.f rf 5 1 1 2
"1'...:.. 3. 1 4 Zi M.ra !ka 3S 21. Nursery School into win the $25- '
i -...I fpena Editor Arch: New Orleans boy came surprising a four-round total of 293. Thnaann.cfMiCT.lh 3 1 I : H.II... 2 1 1 1 1 SERVICE. i
:Ma MmnluU.lf 1 1 a MjUo-.n 45551La fillies in the fifth race on the .
mftft4d. 1<<&1t. three player. After Parker i
was strung out in unusual fashion. had let up in the third set. losing After the first four-Worsham, ] FH..ITi : 1 1 1 1 : : : program.Baseball's. Ii

; ......,. 'API Jn DdoIanio It to Tuero, the collegian cam .Snead. Oliver and Locke-there Etn.i K......... t.I 1 .1 1 2 :.XTalbMr''''_ t'1 0 .2 .1atnrd55 0. 1
.-rankers yester back to win the fourth set with was a two-stroke gap to the next ; 1. a aa R.--ti: 055.5 II 1i

... M ISM b.Uot- a brilliant series of placements finisher Marvin [Budl Ward, !i> Trinklt,kGurkait' 1 i 1 4 a. J ai Blarhell.p 1 1 1 2 Big Six | i
.
eompele In the and crosscourt volleys. I who easily led the amateurs with !: ___ II -

my.. tme July. .. Di- a total of 287. Then there was :: ,. Tt51.. II' ItttX T4tall tt < I a.pact U [By Associated Press! Service
;
.. Ted William. of Cowrie shells have been used' another two-stroke jump to the I i k--ttrerk as... f f<1r,r KxH Trfhkl*la IK r1tl Ml .Three anal Chub leaders la. each ak 'leawelplay r b pet. ]i / :_ is a commodity that f cannot f W' I

In.e. for centuries as money in remote next six Vic Ghezzi. Ben Hogan. I i''e-nnrt ,? f'I, Tanaiar9rarr 111 rill Walter PhWiea ? 49 172 23 61 .355 .

trfl la the vct- areas of the globe. Jim Gibson Fenier Paul Runyan Leiand Xew Tnrk*y mawlfi'.: j__> aoa iaa a _j ;, SI.ubtH., C Indiana.rtln.li 41 41 148 173 23 26 :92 61 331McQuinn. ..35:1Bolldrru. : '; paid for in dollars and cents. Ifs/ ;1 either gkm

June 24. OlMatgio ;I and Johnny Calmer, at Cmrinmti lit m a i-4 TaDkrts 48 179 23 61 J41
.t. 'II. !i289. i arra.-Arrtw t. Kim aaiiM tn MinfcaO, KeU. Tigers 49 177 17 M I
o. William an IBra > i J3S
drop- ** ** :3: Orrrnber Pirates .
1 I'-
**] .Nb 44JS3. but Dry Tfcewawii tCardt ediants) 1; Nicholson Cubs) 1:; Florida's lone survivor in the> !i re.pr i kill Tkaauoi.: UM Tell.! .HXtOO.,. '-V.4". B aia Tm-kM raw*. ;, Haa*. Reds Hunt Battad 47 1(4 In 62 59 J37 I you gratuitously or not at all. I ,

lead otr hit Amerlt Catcher W 1.Cooper final go-round. Pete Cooper of 1|,I j Welters rappel tMe (turn-L* Fata. mete j National; Laaiua t American Laagu I IMIU. ,
wards Giants 21; Ed Ponte Vedra Beach i oul>la !alan Miller ta ZtMtata t* R...: Tttm '' Giant U'K,''',. Yankees 3I < I
t for the kftfield (Dwdtersl S: MailIBra.esl( 2 Csra turned In a to A...
; i ten w kue* Vpw Turk '. nnrianatl '
/I1. (Cards) 1 AMERICAN: Lamanno Beds) 1. 72.78 for a final .298 score. i'!i 'la. Bam w emus_rff K. k> :.V off Trinki L I,, Torfeaon Marshall, Giants Erases 39 43,Willi.DIMat'O...., Red Yankees Sox: 33 34 I 1 1Mise. I "

ILaula CardisttU 5 First! Bast: UcQulnn (Yankees 16: Ye M1 '':art Blarkvell BUrkwrt i. Htj:.: start aft Koala aut-tr 1 rori"I'I\mina.1. kr j?j I GlanU Hamt 16 Keller Runs Yankees 13 : During the. "War Years, when merc hertAe d I
** (Xata.S York
11 in the Na- r : IRed Soil 3: Cult!n- *rt Trinkla J i to ; lemt HH-Ko.K fan 1 Miller Reds
Ms Tuer 1 Tate. 12 Williams. Red Sox: 12
;
(Athletics
L aim a ai.
Junior Baseball : ittewtrt Hanline, BalUnfMt and Mn- I lUarahall, Giants when ".
J4.407 rotea. R.e.ad> BaaOordea Indians 14 HIGordoa. Indians 10GENERAL was scarce employes the
; were new on ,..
14.1.r ,... ........... 75,5s5555.a. J.Dart (Red. Seri 10: Bwardino Browns) i.--r- ; .! I
C....soe ....... Kall s> White Sox) 1; Mayo (Tigers)
..,....." I, 1. Soiadcr tAthlrilea) ITleenl Nines service was practically non-existent /
ThM
.. ,.. ....... ll4i.B.l Base 4: Job.: KeU.... 4Tankeeal 19:3 Krltner Travis OpenSchedule most p/lrdu; .
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I tatr a; TIrsMb. Nats) 1:: OiUuser Brown) 1; IfajesU I
Uiblctks) L t {
.. "PIIatnl 147ol ] Shanstop WfLLwELL. MY BOY, Nora-ausr
: Boadrrst'/Indlsos) { Dary 013STxEOPPDKIL1enY ,
: Pesky
;h I'' arC.ew4... tea") (apt Sail 1: Appllnj (;White 1Il 3; rant ARt title INTERESTED FOLLOW040 YOU AWXNO t>F VISITING We are proud of the fa ct that have I
;' UktMMIcsl 1.: Stephens Brevns 2. 3-F------1 SOS WHEM XXI MISS+ we .....
mnNd. 111: tEa_ UftdeM: Williams Red Sox) 20 Kane Ten American Legion Junior THE BALI. I CAM
:
#f' S OatNa. '......., s. .. STATE AUTO
Maca
Vaakt S Sinks LaA/iN soAaE. t
(Athletics Baseball .
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Z
; Ke teams
swing into
action ;
e.
). t. rendered
., p sistently to the
iWhIU Soi 2 s hl4oxos.
F .'.. : Wskedeld (Tlfersi 1. public Service Irs
within
4. 11: hart. CeirterfrfTd: J. DiMatfto (Tsakns23; the Central Florida area BODYWORKS I .
4D.e1au a wen Spear (Nats S: Tucker (White Sox) 1; this week on a 10-game schedule

it .Clra l 11; tear I Chapman.btfRllt(Atnleties: MnlUa) 1.fleers 14 Lewis leading up to the Sixth District I 1 1' I .' aa.... r TI..R AMO LCAUMM6 ALL AaOLTT I made. our customers our friends.Wont .
:
z rYtwln 1, Cirstntua 'tXstsi 7: Williams (Red Sox 2: D. Di- tournament late in July. roe tr?
1 ....... Red Six, 1< Keller (Yankees 1: Five of the Sixth District teams i !,
McCloakr lAtbleticsl 1; Henrlch Yankees
( )
__ill. iau.11 1s I; Vale ( Lh make up a Southern zone league. 4

I J Ca/-S Wn: '7arr"J. : I AtkJftlrs Catcher: Robinson 6: Swift(Yanlte Tuers,)) 11 2.; Rosa Early '...hilte the other five nines comprise you come in and let us serve rout! | t i

j i Browns 2: Irsns NaUI 2: Reran (In the Northern zone circuit. I i
d .s5.' medsaral 1La ; 'dians 1: Weiner TUers 1; Troth Wtute. Eight games will 'be played each .,; -if
g44NbiM ,
i tcrrdN 3 boat 1; "'rrrl(11.181/ t.
f r week, ",

Initial games are set for Tuesday a
-
1 1947 Major League All-Star Teams Ballot with games billed for play TIRES .

I NATIONAL LEAGIF AMERICAN LEAGUE I!j jIB twice a week. Games Vill be : : i

'!i played Tuesdays and Fridays.Tuesday's *alDn I
schedule is as follows; AND BATTERIES J2Jt
2B SOUTHERN ZONE: Winter 'I

Garden at KIssimmee and Winter FOR sAr t
3B' Park at .Saint Cloud. Orlando is CARS AND TRUCKS Clothier C; ,
e :

ss I idle.NORTHERN ZONE: Mount Winter Park= TELEPHONES: Orlando 2-0425 _

LP t; Dora at Sanford and EusOs at m ,
>f> 'f
.. Apopka. Leesburg is idle.
CPR -.r., Friday's schedule: I -

-tf'. r' SOUTHERN ZONE: Orlando at 1 ___ 1lJ1J1lI:1i: 300 North Orange Avenue

? : Saint Cloud and Winter Gardenat t t 1' r,,
C Winter Park. KIssimmee is .....-Om.w...Pae1.24431r 4r
." .
I : I I I '; .
"" idle..NORTHERN :
"nfci tad trail to Sports Editor. Sentinel-Star Orlando before ZONE: Leesburgat I 'A'

thtniffrt.. Monday, June 25. PRINT ballot legibly. Apopka and Mount Dora at I' ,
Eustis. Sanford is idle.



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Ii Altla.l Mme anglers' put all the emphasis on Orlando, Florida, June 1 15, 1947 cfar 'raitau mthtt Pogo 9 .

t. IWllbs Jlf reels. lines etc. we believe the most M. Augustine -- --' 1; Palatka Haps I<

i: tnlp.rta "Ie item for use is a good rain suit. During Knot Hole Gang May DeLand Cops

1M Ma'Yesterday the Attend! Today's Game a I
importance of j .

1 thi 4r i *attire.* gather than tackle] was proved to',;|' Battles Solons I, Members of the Knot Hole "- 5-3 Battle ;I Out 14-1 Win z
( &IOG&b1e
persona The tain1 Gang will be admitted to their
isle to t& &I S SuaSSS'SssP 1
'
4Y1aable to start looking, regular section of the bleachersfor
1
From
", unless you are one of the very few At3 3 P. M. the Saint Augustine-Orlando'' G-Men

who already own the right son of nJn- Today at 3 today at'Tinker T-
game pjn. 'i I { oc : to I > ,! !
v
Field upon presentation of their 3" w DELAND The DeLand Red
iMa salt rather : !'Soe KJ1! The Sundcy Senttr.eI-Stor]
to
thaa a rain coat. II passes at the Knot Hole Gang
tuL ... what t It bkes. A Hats scored few rtHM on a Mae = tI
d II ....
1 ( trr/
.UaL
&low ST. AUGUSTINE Nick Buo-
.
the hat should be gate. MUtTKA Hat hmk
War worn an hit here last nialH in the tfcMinning : ,
e:!. (M raJ.N..t t.tese,._ nato won a brilliant pitching battle *
peas a rainproof Jacket. j __ to tab a tw nm Iud .... hfJaf wawt wf'fre errli ..
Neaaten
and jacket t. from Joe Jones here last night ,.
..-., ....... f..... wiq star .shed Ih the rain Jou're fixed to fish limiting the Orlando Senators to !I which enabled them t. store a' .awwat -.*! .awl s"Mashed -. ,

afc ffcA.A a re and catch nothing four scattered hits and fanning I Standings 5 to 3 win over the 0a4ne.q.k .w It tttttlC1 keripMIR ... : :
I' aM Mbtt fish do bite during rains: and the real truth : 11 for a 2 to 1 victory. A crowd ryl. i'. Ys O-Men. one r1 Iusrfatit i t ;
a I IM till brute Oft a rainy day like J esterdaj, than of 1672 fans saw St. Augustine,' FLORIDA STATE'UGUE +lat ..... :
Van
on a Klnnamon.
adM. a.t a.. M hm 'bhtna In I bunch three of their five hits fortwo Rnult YtrwarDeLaad on the msaM ar,. kjtji *. r m _
r-- an all-day rain unless you're :5. CatnesTlllc 3.Pal.tta for the Red Hats. WM reached tar
II! ... W. jiW tope the Orlando sporting goods dealers! runs and victory in the sev 14. Leesburt I. a eight! hits in the seven mntegs Hetoiled u.e. ... r..N Ir -- i
.
-1 ttMUgis aaMf enth. Daytona Beach at Sanford ppd.. rsia. t. arawh. ,
stdNa to fill the on the mound but feeeteed
demand
for there's one thing i Broome opened with a single, Today Cam**
oslllll .. asst tlaat'a St. Augustine at ORLANDO. credit for the aMtl
1I'USc
leu of fine rain all Summer! went to second wild and
And. pitch
on a
S. IoM f.rPMb1 .* PalaU at Leesbort allowed but a sin*Ie hit In UireHH GeorgeDeck* ; I
r q tome when its pouring. i i scored on Still*ell's double to center I Sanford at Daytona Beach. 4 ** ..
D Land ..t Gainesville' back the 0-Men over the iH two A
Lyle Judy followed with a '
For ReintrotMmalar
.. ... P. innings.
tabyrt at a* 1rr .ntd..n. clothing from double over Bevil's head in left AMERICAN LEAGUE
Seattle I ,
Tt W. L m. SB TM. W. L Ctlieiiatt .
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F'1orida-1 ** FEATURED PERFORMERS TODAY Red
The Senators scored in the : Booger quarter-
i prize
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.. far off fee planning now on being comfortable i -opening inning wale n Lybrand kia IS 2J .JM 1\.i'I tmtt 21 II 131 .'. bred'runner owned by Mark Britt, Winter Garden, rated as one .*ko* ..... hhappal /
...s Pa i and Winter. opened with a and scared York Results 12. St. Loutt y.tenl.rN.w 4. of the fastest short-distance sprinters jn the State, will race Humble to Roster Arb.

'I41 .. Ike Far North-often at 1/ degrees below when foot double Braziel off slammed the c ..terfieldwaiL a 375- All other tames T....,postponed.. c...... rain against Cotton owned by Russell Farmer Wguchula, in a 440- BALTIMORE (lAP) The Bato- .iliI j'
.. Nbia 4 E-r
.I lW and lost records fan parv>. that more Colts of toe AB-Amertu afar
kMtisig sad fishing experience; has con The Senators were held St. Louts at New York (2)-Kn 3_ yard race looms as the feature event on the eight-race Professional Football Coefereact Dec4tOaatwE.aiM :

eoJ4r 4 .port of them all Is Florid blnefishing. helpless the rest of the way. Gum and pert Muncnrf(1-0)15-or$'Shea TS Chandler(7-2) tel quarter horse racing program at Florida Livestock Exposition j announced last night the atfntoh. = 1.. -s

**e.. rite Northwesters howl their coldest.Often Jones fanned seven and gave up Cleveland at Philadelphia (2>- _.-drr ,I today. of Weldon Humble All-America Ielllssa sire fir *
--"** ..>. ***** fret IinJ, on a Florida beach when but four hits before giving way f1or.12(2-0) and-$Gettel) (0-2) TS Fowler (5-11 and ', guard from Rice.: M rapt d nora ra faUab \
.... caw -...-' 'I'M' fey to a pinch hitter in the top of the Detroit at Washintton (2) .Newhouser Humble is the second memberof fear ..... 11 >
winds& blow
I t1w soloes the spray- eighth. Gene Major finished on (6-6 and Trout 6-3) or Hutchinson ((5-2) 20 the 1946 All-America *etectMWby andad. Mete.ar ... ..
rM wysae la .. TS Masterson ((4-3) and Newsom (2.45. Quarter-Bred Sprinters Run
*. something. We'\ tried
r .. ... e everything the hill and was nicked for a sin- Oucato at Boston (2)-GillefPie (4-0) The Associated prew to **a 3'e1.rdst .. Igliaa/ taw.
.t .... a.r clothing warm enough for the enjoy and Lofat 14-6) Ta. Hu.hlOn31) and: with Baltimore. &ne CM at >rouid b. ....... r Arta Rt i
Mar4stsal ,gas i the same stain this PUt Winter.I'gle.The clubs tangle again at Tinker Dobson \-3)NATIONAL. LEAGUE In Special Match Races Today UCLA. second team AH-AmertM.! a 1 1 ,

Mesh tlasWa ant Eddie Bauer challenges us to try one of Field at 3 p.m. today. with popu- Tta. W. L PiL, it Tuo W. lfet. IS.4bb.aa .' affixed his sfenatare y a cs- Etta .. + i

11111 ilea .aaMi4 garments. We're placed our order. lar little Gene Major probably Tort r.e.2* :21 .:\11;f_H j''n.1! i getting Mgr. Lou Bevil's beckon :!II :!2 .3.a I rtiilaliia n M 114 TSBraoalra race also have acquired Hubert Becfc- .i11.11w111w :.
WYIfNI441t nTl'c: The. splendid for mound duty 'I ( 2; 21 .->2* 2S ritxrii.k 2* 2> .... ., day in eight special! match races at Florida Livestock Exposition tol 1944 and 194S AU-AflMffta :err .; 1
little folder "Fishing in ; Results Ynttrday .
end from .
Texas.Yugoslavia 1.1
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e.-r .'........ pleb Sshcd and circulated by Orange St. Louis .5-12 Brooklyn :.-2.Ch".o track marking the second post-war appearance ,, cart, al'e1hg' .' t1r -
County 6 Philadelphia 3 I
r asptstwa. oln4INles to be well received Pirates Give UpOn Cincinnati 4. New York 3. of quarter horse racing in Orlando.The teells lloanr. .Ia
___ o..w rw.c by sportsmen. I Boston at Pittsburgh' ppd..-rain.Today I, nrofram. scheduled tnstart at 3 nm today_ rain Virtually gut Mina owl ..N ... J
Camps" are listed 12 camps where Games r" '" J bat nano1t T,
Hank Behrman (Won and lost records In pareatbese.I I shine includes'f22 <
N 41r1rs* .. nearly thousand lakes in or Eliminates
Orange County Boston at PUUburth (2>-Roe 2-3i, and South Africa 6
1ftq it /11g Tarry Your StrtnctTich (1'31 8atn (6-4i and'Spabn races, two 300-yard events and |
Own TS
Boat" campaign is truly i
PITTSBURGH TAP The Pitts- (9-2). two 440-yard clashes. Florida's ZAGREB I IAP! Yucoatavtastennis I I
Racing FSL RastMQiAt OIM
I burgh Pirates yesterday gave up .New York at Cincinnati (2>-Hartung Featured race on the program team virtually eitrrtaMe | I
to .*** ee trmUMi la ebb list that we suggest vix.Htolee on Pitcher Hank Behrman, part i ,14 and 1) Vander and Kennedy rarer (2-3)15-31 TS Walters (3-21 '' Is the meeting of Russell Farm I Season South Africa from tbe &rnpraa ; .. r' _

faaa4.. CUrd*" at the boat basin Winter Garden. I of the five.player "prize package" Philadelphia at Chlcaio-Scbnuts (4-. <) er's Cotton and Mark Britt's BiggestIn Davis Sup 1HB .laaaII yesludi4r, A
E'fIC' ...... ke toted as faa Tailor. Capt W. S. Pounds obtained in a deal with the Brook- i'TS Brooklyn Rowe (7-1)St. LoldaH.ttu3 TSPollet I I II Booger Red over the 440-yard State winning both of the opeataf .... + 4etn 11.IIPYII .
.rtMtty SaM be.a (... ".. san water" for nearly two lyn Dodgers and returned the O-7) course. Cotton a Wauchula History \ gles matches. 5M

fit** U.. '..w has a MMt effklent Uyout-boats named fort : slim righthander to Brooklyn.Behrman's LAKE.ORANGE LEAGUE horse and Brill's Minter Gar- MIAMI [rAP Florida had its1 i South Africa now to faced ends srte.wwseer
&. ..... to .*. I rata. pies a few for Canadian provinces. Taylor return, under an I T..m'W L Pet.,Turn W L Pet.I IML den product have long been in season 'the task of Uktat tbe dmsbieo s..
agreement made at the time of Dora. I 2 Bit Zellwood C I ..500.Apopka biggest racing in history,match today and both ?
the forefront of the State'squarter.bred remataiec
64 tIN mHn "..ter Garden feat featln layout now. 9 3 750UmatUla, I' 429 :, of tae
i the deal was announced by >W Garden 9 4 692T| res 4 364Clermont speedsters and this Winter. surpassing in bothparimutuel singles matches on Monday to remain
4 HV N M beat rustling dock is now being completed at John- i, Pirate General Mgr. Roy Hamey. ;; 8 S :615Ocoec 4 L 308, Farmer's horse fell coming out handle and attend-' in the ruaaiac.
__* IMHM. OMB* M taw eastern abort of Late Apopka. The dock: | 'The Pirates will obtain a refund W. Park 7 7 .500 Eustls 1 12 .077'Todays ,', of the starting chute here few -- --- --
.- Mb ..fes.l t.. feet" farther out into the lake and is expected tot t not announced but estimated at I Tavsres at CermooLEustis Damn i; weeks ago to loose a chance a tobeat ante 194546.the all-time peak season of Czechs Enter Final rtaY N1'tleli '

MM* -- >H. .w* l... than the $50,000. Behrman appeared in 10 at Ocoee I
iit poptlar old dock afforded. i : i Winter Park at Apopka both Booger Red and R. D. C. F. [Jack Baldwin, State
MIMMM OMaf W 8M ef UT best known in the State of Florida ;Pirate games, pitched 24 2/3 Innings '', Mount Dora at Zellvood.I Keene's S8.000 prize. Lucky Bob. Racing Commission chairman announced Round of Tennis Play / ,.
fll iW tMI tm Bftaay/ yean. U S Johnson proprietor, has 40 good I i gave 33 hits and 17 walks i I"I Winter Garden at Cmstilla II | Britt chairman of the Exposition yesterday that wagering PRAGUE I IAPI Caeeheslovakia

tHto# whet a ........, far bit parties. The ramp restaurant which I I'against andas no charged wins. with. two losses',I Team FLORIDA W.INTERNATIONAL L, Pet.!Team LEAGUE W. L. Pet. | racing committee predicted I, at Jai Alai, the 12 greyhound and Rained the final round of tee. DO'L'T B& *
Mp Mta dMtilit, make t possible for anglers to get out and'4.P !! Havana 49 12 .803 Miami 29 31 483 >a banner turnout for the races if i four horse tracks totaled $194,710- European sane Darts Cup competition rbf
The Brooklyn "package" brought Tampa 45 20 .693:.Lakeland 23 41 359 1 1i fair weather prevails this afternoon !1! 333-a gain of S304,422 over last yesterday by .fa..*
it II *. *"*. *. flllt bite vix. i :
at sunup. The proprietor to the Pirates was said to havecast !i Miami B. 36 25 .590 St Pete 22 42 344 i France in the doubte of
W.Palm 31 32 .492-n. Laud. 45 47 .242 I year-and attendance increased by patch
M Jakiwon'i
MI MaflMMMa who is in
Camp the
4j of
smart enough to adver- i neighborhood $200- Results Yesterday "We're going to stage the races, 456.237. their semi-final round muUni l ,
.. M fHtf .roM and exeelent service is Ed Bryan and this '000. It also Included pitchers !'I Tampa 10..Miami) 2Labl.nd !rain or shine." he said. but we i I Florida's share in its tax on In yesterdays play Jaroslav
lMIM .. atMMM when ronpared with some of the words over-i :Kirby Higbe and Cal McLish ini i West Palm:5 Beach Ft. Lauderdale:9 I. Havana 0 1. i'naturally would like to get a break betting and admissions also hit Drobny and 'Bohous Ceralk defeated .

ippi aI1M1 i;litiBiH and sponswomen: enjoy the steaks and fish !fielder Gene Mauch and Catcher I St. Petersburg at Miami Beach pidrata from the weather so that the people ,: a new high of $14628,480 the veteran Jean Bonon
I Homer Ho.'elL Only Higbe, : of this and 1946 WUnbieden c...4tyltaa
area can see quarter ;: $94,480 more than last season.
'!'j Howell and Mauch remain. Me- INTERNATIONAL: LEAGUETram ,I horse racing at its best. '1! Baldwin said the Jumpwhichwas Yvon Pairs, 10-8, 1412S.. :
Lish was sent to Albany under : W. U Pet.!Team W. L Pet
.... ..a.U a wiMlfe. a fish aid game expert? A letter arrives. ; Syracuse 26 19 578 Buffalo 22 26 458 800 spectators have been ar the addition of 50 days of horse YANKS DROP B1RNE -
tftfaM r Nati I'd rU a Job d( ling with the wildlife manage- '! Jersey: C 30 22 J77 RochMUr 21 29 420 ranged. Price of admission is $f. racing at Sunshine Park Tampa NEW YORK IAPI I The New(
M a spraaaata's( dub or a rivately owned estate. I have LOCKE WILL BE THERE Baltimore 23 26 469 Toronto 19 31 .381 ;
a. York Yankees'
would yesterday aao tM-
Results Yesterday i I Britt said the first race and increases at four greyhound,
IrPt at bwa State College with a minor in Wildlife'I. TORONTO IAPJ Bobby Locke, ] Montreal 6. Newark 3. start promptly at 3 pm., and thata tracks and a $915,640 Increase at ed they had optioned Tonaasi
1 aM Be4a. I have ha experience in silviculture opera- .South Africa golf star currently AU other tames postponed rain. race would be run off every 20 the Gulfstream Park race course. Byrne lefthanded PWber.e tIwk gr..4..a t tar 4r

fill PHM pataeMotktand one jar's experience assisting a PhD :)completing in the United States,': minutes. Tampa's addition was $4,814,529. Kansas City farm club of UM ** lMI l tWw
I r. wlttO.ai( .14t Uhes. I an 25 years of age married, amMt ,I!open at St.Louis has wired Toron-i Hecht Defeats Tar : The entries, listed bv events, I .i American Asia Byrnes sa..r TICK.NO i
and f give information II to officials that he intends to followed by owner and owner's I The tomato belongs to it species service in tour tames this season,
sm you can me about i
t.. .rlsaraMt any )II, .i
compete in the Canadian open at I| Netter in Finals home town follow: of plant which also claims the potato -'I'onb' one of which be started Hi + rwsl.ai
..... Ia4pIM MHUH f r uf h a Jo I would be very grateful. Since 1 I j jnoli the Scarboro Golf Club here July Ii J2O-Yards- Ketch.?. .v c4 'or s.>I>. egg-plant and tobacco. i i j.was not Involved in any d ec4sioas.Oct' t. daa
ik trots and gore sclenUts, well be pleased to furnish 16-19. BROOKLYN lAP Ladislav Ban OalUc and Baby owned t>T Armattad. i -" -----
0. .... If lies beefs, mn to ao* one who is seriously interested. : Hecht of New York former Czech Avon 220-Yarda Park Flapper Doyle Carlton Jr.W..dllll. ---
RICHARD AGAIN Davis Cup tennis star. won the ..
SCORES '
and Peppy Sue Marl BrttLWinter
't41da8' in the rain. ,three Jiamians made one of the best Brooklyn Men's singles championship Garden
MONTREAL IAP] Maurice
.Vlaa* Asl aa I if this pit week when big catches were [Rocket] Richard of the Montreal yesterday by turning back Bandy 220-Yards Stewart.: Champ Dewey Ed Wilbanks.Webb Wauchula Tampa:: NOW YOU CAN GET
Ui t** Ik* r... M the tig laki The three are Jeff Stiles 3154 Canadians of the National Hockey Enrique Buse one-time Peruvian Kin Rancher Ray SVedrUns. Melbourne.

Maw ..... Arthur Maltkr. lUC Nf 25th Are. and Dick: Bendinger.H League has been awarded the Cat- champion in the tournament finals and 220 Little-Yardr Joe: :Dutchru ownrd by Hayea Russell Tampa FannerWaachula .*

| | -.... Are.. Cr GakH. The three hauled in six big tarinich Cup, which goes annuallyto 6-3, 6-3, 6-3. : Twenty-rire T. J. Darrance ,
who resides at Plain- Jr., Brighton and Oust Bailer. H LW.
UM k..aj a.d a ds P4d. Jk [pickerel] daring a downpour, the outstanding Canadian Buse. now tburr PaltUa MORE
field. N. J, and attends Rollins o I
30O-Yards Harmony Joe Roy Browntnr 0
TV> art at J.hts*.* n hkg qnp for another week with "Butch, French-language athlete. College in Winter Park Fla., won Lakeland and: Johnny A. Aaron A. Story,
theb tMfttti, Ike *,blt r COLLEGIAN TURNS PRO HXTards< : Sergeant' Bin. Raytt Tampa
/b4alI hettt. saclrn later. I Phil- ing, 4-0, in the last set and was and Sit Martin Gene prldr Tampa. MILEAGE
PHILADELPHIA (API The
within one point for squaring the. 440-Yards: Fleetfoot. Pride. Tampa:
adelphia Eagles of the National Major L. Woods Plant City: and LeUUaS PRtW

IADIO REPAIRING 1 I Football League yesterday announced set game but and Hecht ran out saved the the match.eighth ". Dewey WUbanks: Cotton.Tampa440Yards Russell. Farmer, .Q AT A
n -the signing of Ulysses Wauchula and Boozer Red. Mark BrItt 2 0
Grant [Jim] Comogg, twelfth Winter Garden.
11 llr. Service by 3 Qualified Technician tackle to sign a 1947 contract. Phillies, Cincinnati oj,

fA *. Comogg played with North Carolina Involved in Player Trade FletcherFraternalGame
Lowest Rates-All Work Guaranteed. and Wake Forest. _
I rkk..p and Delivery Service [N'. PHILADELPHIA (tAPJ The Rained Out
charge] BROWNS SIGN COACH Philadelphia Phillies yesterday an- ;
of Baitot P KepiiriASSOTED CLEVELAND [AP) Dick Gal- nounced the trading of southpawKen The rain-soaked condition of
411 a ..rta/N UN te Nets or o.e i Where You See nff #
lacher of Ironton 0.. former athletic Raffensberger and Catch the diamond at Exposition Park tft
lei Y STORES PHONE: great at Kentucky Wesleyan Hugh Poland .to the'Ctnclnnatl forced cancellation early yester-
Rt aE 5300 I College. yesterday was signed Reds for Catcher Albert Lakeman.No day afternoon of the exhibition

as end coach of the Cleveland cash was involved.Raffensberger' softball double-header scheduledfor
II Browns of the All-America Con- has a record of last night. Fletcher Motorswas
ference. two victories and six defeats this scheduled to have met the
I season. Poland has seen little serv- Fraternal Club nina in the feature

I Ammonium nitrate making up ice behind the plate. game.
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powder, is ,used frequently because -
its explosion "heaves" al
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: Face Lower CHICAGO rAP Cyrus Eaton,

Iti I- Cleveland industrialist and banker
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-f said yesterday that "to avoid ex-
I ,
tinction capitalists Till "have to

make Immediate and radical '
'
\11 Bracket Nines
: I changes in our attitude toward I

labor and our methods of dealing %

: I' with labor.

The four top teams of the Lake- "We will have to begin by muzzling .

ti Orange League win dig into the such organizations as the

lower division for their competition National Assn. of Manufacturers "

__ today with'the two top games and by recognizing, and sincerely :
regretting, that there is bad feel, r
being placed at Clermont and "
trig on both sides he said. ; 5rd4IP.I'T.S
Apopka. element's fourth place In an article A Capitalist Looksat

Hilltoppers will be at home to a Labor published in the current _. I :

Tavares nine that while resting in issue of the University of Chicago 4,30

eighth place is capable of giving Law Review he discussed labor

any of the clubs in the loop a run legislation saying:

for their money. And the same
Winter "Let no business man be naive
can be said for Bob Ivey's
enough to believe that restrictive .
Park nine, now tied for fifth place.
who will invade the domain of legislation will be any more
effective in bringing about Industrial -
second-place Apopka.
: harmony than the Vol ,.. .._ _r _ow
_
__. ____
.r Mount Dora's first place squad
stead Act was in discouraging: "
moves over to Zellwood where drinking." > STREET CARS, BUSES STANDING IDLE ore the $tr.k. of 3 ',. 1

to hold on to Eaton. who has broad interestsin shown above in St Louis, where hopes faded ton Meo *t,me' --t. f I
margin over
slight ,fayor- the iron ore. steel, coal and I last night for settlement over the weekend of.' ony ovotiotx%* 'ts1'' -i'

Zellwood railroad industries. asserted that


nine. i; "capitalism the support cannot of labor.survive" without Stocks Climb Truman Vat4 l

Eustes and Ocoee are scheduled Florida Marts'Receipts

TI to tangle on the latter's diamondin

the a Winter battle of Garden the tail-enders at Umatilla and Plan To Halt'Bootleg' With Talk Of Of Tax Trim.


clash might well turn out to be Mount

.. ..n' GIUD STAtSt T.* Worring- r JT On: Stoff P'0\ M r' m one Rodney of the Millers days Lake best Countianstry games as Car Summer RallyNEW BillExp.cP.wAmkflstfl"IM .

Uoyd Moness All-Gulf Coast Conference
%* .. Auburn 1944 to stop the drive for first place
. y fftff of m f" ..15kS
Good
YORK lAP Talk of a JACKSONVILLE fUP1
halfback of Dade City; Monroe Covington, of the third place Gardeners now Sales Mapped.

I __ _k ...,... ... LI (ftXh. "1I onother Dade City star, and Willis Andersen, a game away from the top. Summer rally prevaded Wan St. prices brought higher cash mwo .... ... Ib'.... o AI .
week and share in the at Florida State Market feftt.
this prices
.. h. (.*** ,* 'rv*.ifai h'ljh school foot'.d Sonford's AII.Southern fullback Warrmgton DETROIT API Elimination of badeather .4 ea.aea Ni4aIs. '
stock market responded with their that cut fofcune during
Raisin vineyards are planted new car "bootlegging" through a .t< 154 Uw ..
*.* -* "**" .... P 5 txort' bock to the addressed Auburn alumni at a dinner meeting East to West so that sunshine-xan dealer-customer contract was recommended best average advance since the' the 1941-47 ason. Dv William ...wtISsisamum --

I ....._ ,. ..s ikftB+rxi Uft to gtt Friday night. 'reach the grapes all day. : yesterday by the Detroit period ended Feb. 1. I*. Wilson said yesterday b... '.. .. ...


----- _ ---- Automobile Dealers Assn. as Historically the market is accustomed Volume was supported awn*. .-. ....... ....... ..
from its what by sales of mare UM* a
the State shaped plans for a legal to an upswing ...

clash with offenders. I mid-June le\els. Bidding in anticipation dozen new commodities. Wham. 1.. .--ft.J 3W C I11am
/ Nears .400 Mark Pirate
t/Odg ; Major League Averages The recommendation calls for of such a developmentprovided said. LM PNi ?1 .... I

a six-month agreement between a good lift to Industrialand Beans and pepper led at 'M 1M NIl ... 1siP3W .. .. 4

llcnsive Sets New FSL Marks tlATI''L ItkGUC CLUB S4TTIN6rwu AMERrCH LE CUC CLUB BATTINSwn dealer and new car customer. railroad issues. Pompano Market which amid ..1. .... at .......

w.. ..... >.k..< stipulating that the car will be Associated Press 60-stock composite enough produce to fill '77 $.-...,
Ci.b S At! S M 2131H'RbI sa r.. '. Club 'A. II H 2k 3k Mr KM' M ... wlX climbed 2.1 points above its ...
# ,." _,_ Is 1W 215 U1 J II l In 23 .!OS S T..rt M (... -3 It. ..l I 43 :-2 4 .*M 4 retained by the purchaser .during freight trains and gr ***4 a JoMt. ..
PiriZ ,.... .1 ISIS 1I I.t I l 0 11I1 251 1 .TI I ........ 4 14 IH* 14UK: J ( :Ml" I l..1 I the life of the contract or returned status a week ago. brea'ingt.hrough record breaking '11!..,..,,,, ......-.
.. ... ...___ pack of players whose Sal.,. I* I',*k :ai IT: T* II' *ll !* .**T Ii l1,5n. .1 r i 11* l1- a; 11.u 1 1:01: :i.: -ii 0 to the dealer at a 10 per cent the May peak in Friday Wilson aid. .. -
Punk fk la 15 :I u if ai u 41 J -i P11l.. ;Ie I4... TK 39* *4 II *1 I.ll II .252 4 .
s11d.tanIh... .
4 .. ',. .. .. weekly. Gainesville's Mpr.pw : t I Il final session to send at 63.3. This
EA tl I I'Mm m Tt S 14 Ill U .JiT nm4t, 4* I .l Ml JTJ 73 II 3.:; II: II .-I! 5 loss.
w 3tisg to wMMfl three of .400 :JI IT* =1 7T IJ IJ JJ 21 .2ajkvu II Rwm 47I1171l27I3l1I331I3: : 3.121: 3 was its best level since April 11. At Fort Pierce farrqm SMMN.! &; .1-'
Jr. ., points a
<- r 1115 i;; 4.* SI T II 14 i 21 3 'n. ..... M in ta :M; s>, ;i :M )&| II .;!34Wnft. 4 Harold' C. Johns. DAD president $1.271,593. Green tomatoes hJ "* *iHipvI 1954.
.. ..* taaf fe. .VWMI ).lp.>.mh Thtircday" midnight it was 5. Lnt4 4* ttn lit :n S3 U 31 l'i I* .:J4ATIONAL I tl lilt: IM: :Ml 21 1IJ 11' (2 .-MAHEHICAN I raid the plan, suggested It was the fourth successive sales. ****.

,, .d4 4aa. ........ '"f'.t'd at league h ad1 LI AGUC CLUB FIELDING' I LIAGUICLUS FICL INC for adoption by association week in which the average finIshed -
n.-.l. S, 4. 1:12 1:1I: 31 :r.:; ."' 1 ......t.! lxl 4. 13W 44* *: :!< "",< numbers had the approval of even or better than the CHICAGO UVtSTOCK .... ...ame. .. '.. 415 ..
.5' 1.4. 5. 1" )3l :Ii 4 .-1 N 41 '. V.>. JJM Ml :U.1 .": end of the preceding period. CHICAGO APi .Utn'I\I' ......* bs.il.Ettmltl4' IB* > BMi Uir* JrttMM
.... ... ....... ruI..wipus. 51 121117: II t.1 .*:, ". ...*(< 4 2 1IM' 44 K if .514 the association's directors and tHai 3JOt: _,**.d ...* .., VHP 4 MU ***
PLa.4 ...... MM ikrw leatnenUMtkIkH ""_,,II .__ 40 11' M1; II ::1'1 ..17S !. PI.s14.Tp, )... _. M ixsi: ; 41 f. **;: Secretary of State Fred ]54. AI- Demand for stocks was fairljwell aao barrov and kl:<. H-U kUtlMf ana* HP VWtl BPIP
: ; :- 4 w -;: ..... cad several isU It I' an t7 S% .E1'S 5.04.. __.__ .7 13: Jll I; IS .,:!. kdrtnce im wKb'-a Del** 550 Ik*. NIB*. w&u... ... -..-
I. W 5l15 t7 IT Sit t4 )01 ITS i ,...""'._ __ __ 41' III 4M :IS 43 ri try Jr. sustained in the face of un- reSiSt lots alrady t. M kisk,?'. tajirtt'ekdr BM JK
-- ... .*... !...( JohM4M set a new ...._ __ 41 1\1. a.. SI II_.''! I Is ",In.. __ 11 ,..... 53 II 12 ,..71p.a certainty over prospects for Presi- to 50 lower : --
..w .larti Ik* tri$,i>4 twice laMar .. T" ._ 44 1J-7 MI St II -1'1 44 13". 341 :30 II .51. The recommendation came a.sI reduc- SlI...* ctttl JOO letUktltedf I***) tjtltirea ikf
of the tax
"'" --- .... ..... Mtr Bill Gtxkl tied Tr.a,4 atarATTIHC-I'Iftikb 1'11p1. .. ....... f I the State Attorney General office denial signature : compared veek : aa* a** *fct : ..
,
...-..... ... .. ... I promised legal action against "cer, tion bill. predictions that large hither market en .041 t kUBJM a. .t$
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Ik. tftdtttMoal .....kUed.ln MECAKOS salT RtCOttDSII in the tood and choir e ted ateerm **4 *4= .
t---- I- d" .. .. ..... ..*.ti taw a aabko-liiailac came II tr ..,. Caan- Ilk tr k'tl.r.) 15 Ns'S' SISS-241 411w I tain dealers" who have been sum would be required IOO-150 WP. Instance* Mate k.tI hu ..411 .
.. PI..Csb 4 *k II 44klkkri\4 ..tDlll I '_ (1.1.. II n 373 I' 'II S 'Uo4 foreign lending program if Ameri- .
n. mediant kradrk 2i-V
.. .... .. -bleeding thp public by selling new ftitsnrr 14 KlkttitM .
.hixi Ii* ft*.*** eight" markers >Mdra. CU. II IT 4.Ik I' 4 S t .$80 : 1.wLl. (1'I. 13 1 34Nm2g5. business to be > to 1 no *icUwt *...) *wl **.( < v>... k. thtlUf .. '.... ........
'Ift" .:: m : :: : : : above the established can export was
far
.,,... Ilk ...,.. Cturli Ridieay rtd..tt. Pklla. :II JI 213 2. tttJkjrantla .. Y. T. I .343 cars rowa SO-7S hither k ..., ...... Bk, ia ai $21313 I I 332.3l': Main. Bantu JI 7< t :< 'I a 11 I .11.McQulna price and without proper license." !,maintained and concern over some ten little more thai atralr. .... tftiV kiss ... 54 ... ..
UH UM nM srortd mark aintkter! III. L I41Ii3P13: I $01 .SMWtiktr XT. .8 11 !! i. 111' I M a- .341Ceo. domestic labor situations. bull 50 td too hither: vikitn MTMMI t' .
t4 t-- .. ..... held. H .lM iayen with five. 54 I.-I'IoL IT 141-IJ M t 1 4 II I ,J>4 : Detmtt. II ITT llM 11 I a II 4 .a3Jvenrt. 2650 down: teBertl ka4ert.ne .teat rmpeUUTc .
-... ..... .... Hu, i'I.te n Ilk n.. 2 1 a ST t .Ji.r :. W..k II 131 II.. S 1 1:3 k SlM.Uta. Commission house analysis reported at clot* .. an Nine cUkk kaav ---
TW rKal. iH Ik lee rxord for South's Revenue
4 ... .... ...... ,,...... ITU. 4* i-t 13 aa U I 1I'.m Tvtr.il II 14* V ,! IT I I 21 I :KM :> however that many con- levin; semi-rsa..sp tr**. etltf .40.s
.
.. puns .... ta MM Inning-12. 45,15, T 44 lil.* *:4 3 ia n I .:sa ..., Ibvmo 21111121 II 4 :* .1!: choice kieerk told .* tilth .. MBA 1 MMat N* 9ji
j -- .t.. fI JIIIIIMk! .... M.s'n .*.. u IM a n I' t it :3 ,L! .ift. l>e>. :. 4* k Ik I a k I .IK ditions had been discounted. that thIs price .....,.,. *4 xti A Uac arttK"te ri
p** '. !I 1 On tw Mm dste June C, I........... Bk-j 'I III t I I I I 2 5 .321 Api.IIn..t'Iw.. 43174132311': 411.5.313 Exceeds Expense the market had demonstrated its practical top 29 00: err kkxval i..3W, .....
kti*. B 4MI 11 M t I 1. t f i mnintet' n. L. 03 191 :21 sa a 2 i ia u .21U"U \ withstand unfavorable choice medium veitht sit 5*i.kir MeIn ,rnt ......... W.N.i t. \
: ::.I1J OataOTttlfi) Ralph Dulaney tied $5iII.I'111. S113155 2S.221j I "..... II l:;k Ik 14 fl.S S ,:a*(. ATLANTA [API The U. S. Department ability to turned at 2'7,50-21.1. h*.tt r. ..* kBBk- t lain "..... I.Ib.n.qsd If 1 .
Ttrka. ...... .III.Snn t 1 t 14.224t: i natn.. lerL 21 *k IJ 21 4 k k 14 k .:PI(, news and that rising volume on Parable rekrbDk* 2CSO-2Se : MM kjkctv
tttt k'iivi mark for strikeout in nasI',,. UtiMi 41752054II 1 5171.31' r,.... I**. _, :* aa tit. k k ik k .a*; of Commtrce reported upswings confirmed the existenceof eat price after 30 00 ... 3 00kkd4 *d>d 3
.- .. I.' Mt# when h* whiffed five B ciitxi, Rite IT II T s 53 ft a aahlOT. t .3n I RIOT. NT. 2J at 11 2T t 1 a k 2VHtatk yesterday that In 1946 'South- vale stem and rearUtia* n .." SSdefimtelr Im belut m...... .. -. .
.-. -- .... _, ism M.... 52 It* 3* S* 7 I J* :il S ..211Ita. 40.: L. 41 133 2* 4* 4 I Ik I :.141 an oversold condition medtem klBd 24 SB .... _
,laI. ....... lit .... Maw* rmtpai of Daytona got six nnu. $125123<t t 33'.3'I I W, J.4..*. \.T. 32 14 13: M tk 3 I' k .I!III eastern States received $805,109I I Aided by two sessions in 22.SO; hunt flBwireached Jw4 143-11. .54tI'. rtjt<.4 *.. 55SR4 ...
"' OWi_. rm. ia M III 11 .:JIII I r.-ra. 1IIL 75 44 3 III :I S 4 0 .1'1 000 from general revenue sources 2. 00B *t .... .114 e3Wr. NIl 1m" "... r4rttu.15.41.
.. ........ slbdk tor *** for th* kraaon's best tndiM P.5W. 45 lrac. .31 133 It II t* I 4 25 1 .It r.Mni_ R.ut Ik 41 k U 1' .k k k .21 which transfers topped a million era 24-SO-297J: ctaner .
'., ..."". ..., ... .a| cffcfulvt mark in one ....,...11. X. T. ..14 In a )3 t 11 Itl.eirkft 5 .313 i iI "'1111._. R.n>. 44 III I*" 41 f. H tt .*I'l lttr I and had operating expenses of shares the week produceda eolT modermteiy ttr a.-- .= ..... It =-
V T. .Ik a I* a 1 t : : *. nrtrttnd _.. II: 31 4T t 1 I U I .2MItinHi. $679.003,000. Major expenditures 13$0. tmt vata lai .kiMy. ttt_ ant I lual. BMdConvenient .... ..
a- .. .... ..1I lam* <'...rtttn. mi. 121713154 at l la := miU. _. sa 123 14 X* k t k It J .!" : included education $186,280,000 total business of f. 60,4" compared action 95' beef cow *t 14 M .*>*it
#.. .a1 flvI t>l. ft4's nine straight defeats ia>r. B km iu4iatittnkl ."" 2': I......,. >. T 23T*, S 7* 4 2 I' .114. ; with 5.209,250 in the preceding ktrtrtir kood erfrniwk .e..n. .. $..ie'Hwivrt ....... III _
.,Nl. B III, 14 It* aT M t 1 4 13BM'ii .1 I Htndler. fail*. 14 4. 114 I' I I I.J* I highways $94,838,000 and healtn Eta btlferr kmos 10 23 at. .e*.. t*. ..... he'. ,... 611I4 .
stand in view of
.. ... ...... aiit M exceptional ... 3/s period.Reflecting' .
B M 12 m U ai 44 s utun .U "-'Y. fI.4.51512243713111 1 a.J* $18,132,000. aate built reached $$ 00. aad kearr IWbyII -
___ ... .. m.. ft* hIa'a I lent Iran leadership. 15.,1'...-_ 31 Ila 34 H f 12B S .:tIII Fain' Phil... ._.44131I.43121 tift .'KTil I confidence that IS.75. medram lo ttmtkr a*** kaVi a. tNf. ......
rtUhin leaders Thurs- :ktia. PHI*, aa in si at 11 s 11Mtrtww .75 I .. ttilla.. 44 141 2* 41 f. It J.JiUUnkirtck General Expendi- prospects thai ktocken told ,mtli"!* ai ISSJ %
.--- d ... ... through N. .T IT :17 I 17 I 3 t 1 .31. ; rtrrt. 37 11 Ik 41 I I III t.)11I.,1. .-* Revenue tures for brokers' operations were moat tood M iow-rt>*** anertktk MM -
:* .. 4.r Ritht Bumgarner. Leesburg _31.A,5I&. ..*. a* jik 32 t:> 12' i 11 :I ..241N. ilrrel. 13 :J* a 14 a I 1 k .:71! 2300
Ala. $106.264.000 98.995.000Fla. improved arrangements were
wets l|. tmt 3 t> of Gaines- ."... .' -' n flI II If J' I % tI 1 ,77: I Inil. lAhner, Kk lmi. la Its 11 4* a I 111 a .J7ntMtitd. U' $ salable aherv 100 (estimatedtdUl k4aiTfB.
:r.---t: : prr "',. .'kIy. 44 'M 73 II I S I 25 I'S ....... n taa i. ar a i a 11 i .TI' 142.549.000 110.107.000 made during the week for sale of compared veek .. lies II laalaol
.. .. HW.. and Karpm t. 6t Augustine 5.155511. 11II111II j" II M 12: a 1 u i .jaaBkm Keen Permit la 143 22 44 II 4 117.17' Ga. ........ 116.108.000 100.231,000 three stock exchange seats, first receipt ot ..:d I SOS k4ikinlr
;;;t. .. __ 4-1 fttaatoft. Sanford. 72: Ze- 1:..... II 171 It M S' tr k .21jt : 3icT*.k7. fkita. :at 121 ii :n s a k II amKoumtty. old crop clipped la.k*. vrJ.*
T ..44123031 42 a* t 211BaHM cm. _aaiumatiitijtiHnk. Miss. ... .. 78006.000 64.533,000N. at $54.000, then $58.000 and finally eJatae kcarte: tltktbter laakk 14 kitMe
: = .. : dells" OrUndo *.'. rultx. Gaines- = I* Hi 2* ai k a : a* f :21l.m. .. N. T. .204111221 t 4 t .:*JHHrlMrk C. 175373.000 142.784.000S. 60000. The last-named figure -ek 2V50 lever |*... tad ekkt* ft
... .. ,. : rtfi and Hrde. Orlando. '-4: > IU Lnla 41111111 at I 12 I .1131 i Kt. 1. IS JI J I II t a 1 .1IIa: clipped lamb K*, 3 I* .*. 1 *et SS St. !
<.**>, NT. ii ta st ii s : jj i mMM 4:.tr4. 151k. .131211223 52 t t .i-: C. 80352.000 84.227,000 is $10.000 above the amount paid 23.25. IslEs Sri to* *n tklt ctatt tod
:'1 = ... ..... AkMiaa. DrLand. Buonato and *. a* as I2T I* a* t l t a :mRait : ....... PMI. IT II It 31 t t 1 I t .342] Term. 106.457,000 78,036.000 in the last transaction of preceding three der .... .! .04 H...... 8t Augustine. 6-3; *. l'45. 23 it* ii II 11 ; i* I .su I X rII.. .... I. 41 13T 23: It I IS at: 1 -to'l lnmiw ...1 loadt pwdlum t* *.od ell *wd I*.Wvlttt
.,. Bis. liw. V T. 4* IM aa at 12 JI I2** iMreit 14 n 3 I 2 5 :0.1 weeks. No' 1 peiu tea not trnad kO-k% M
OalnnvUlr.
; S .... ..t IWL HOM 4-2; n. MIII. BtMM ia i* a 42 u l i it 4 inluMtta I Hfmirk. N. T. 41 12 at 41 f 4 4 24 .*>. The market opened the ,'eekwith lot. 21JS-2I60 strIctly kkedtmki rlit>**dkl
.. .. .. *nfNd. 1-3.: Perex DrLand. 9-6; me. a* ik ia j* t i i it :JTT I 1055?. Bm,* a. 111 Ik 3T I I 5e .JK IrregularS50OOOshare lambs 20.00 wiLl (__ ,..
t.. .0. m ... NM.. Ketttwr and Rotunno. Be Augusta Miller Clue $I 113 JJ :M II IJ 24 a .274KwwMkl. : ".Ifn... leieL .4* 111 t a* k t I IT 1 .233' Everything Honky Dory an 11.00 asS 150. matt"kBitl1kktT'k**!
,
: .. 1'1. U 441753347 1 t 5311.2S'' Jnmt. PMI. _ill l'7 a* IT la 1 4 21 S .231 l lf ANGELS CAMP CaL CAP ] performance Monday an after- Ins choIce ntl t sInai lank. U M. '
r .... &: .... la.5u11.4.t.12 jk J.i 11 a 11 j.ituira .>),. Bnleii _41 IM nil' 1 t t S .UI bringing losses of frac- 2 .50. medinm ta tood Sprtastr* gt*.
.A I *4s. .II 14* k 1 11* l :1:1MkitB I I ,,__ 11..... _41 171 11 13: t S t 14 a 2JI The whole volunteer fire department noon sag 2475; bulk mrdrant t* chowt dipped >
::: a ii a a k 115.273'' Ktrrt S. Tr* 21 t* f Ik :a. t It .730 20 men strong rush- tions to around 2 points. This lost tl.. .1.a.liter ...*. 'J 00 "ttk kekryvtitnu
*.. ; ..... evesee.. f.. .iu sass ,.....'" .., cue .,131I1212 ki 211171pint ''"..In,1.\ III 34 I II I' II! | .730 ed out to Charles Kendall's ground was more than regained and rommoa dovn t* SOO. I
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*uiri Bnka. aa u; it 2k at t t 1 .rioiMmt .
; a .. i. n.e n. : l'M. rkiit. is u 1 a i k i t jj4IMMlMto. CHAIN MASSEY
.4. : ftk taM itiHt. it at t.* it I 4Um S .171 : thin :po I3T M 31 kl 1* tRotiliHM. .:'. blazing; house trailer yesterday Tuesday mail orders respondedto CHICAGO UPI 1i
; H tkfMItim lluni. 2* Ik* II 2k Ik till .2rtlMi .\. T.U 11 4 IS Ik a Ik k .241 i
a* tk* n 'It. en *>a .trBj : but the trailer was a total loss. excellent sales reports and there l13I L.C. *..
kk MO. $*.L It 14 21 a* k 4 Ik L .1Ttkiwa. E.rtr w. u ak *a ia if a s a I! k ,jtiRonfa WHIATJunk j
sar at aa*
.fI. i .Jtt Ttlf run. k 27 si i it t 2atKHMnmt i The boys forgot to bring the were indications in Washingtonthat
III 4 111Etller.
rifrrt. .411431132 II
>Sllk t
-.. I 1 Is4eaneair k* ft *a* tt aat IS,* -4Ml .:; i' 1n"m:: 13 aa 11 t ti k :jiaHtnuntkl ;>. T. 4.4413I3I3l 1 U St t Jll fire trucks. Fire Chief James controls over consumer credit: Jnlr :::::::: iiiii-1; iil. W RIm.TO ... 1
1 .. Kkl II lilt JJ t t 4 Ik a 2a I Sept. 210V 4 N.. ., S ..
f M kM tat 144 !% Twisselman explained the trucks might soon end Volume expanded nn. JUS 20t, 2aS k .. ."3.5 554'a ,
: ia t kki M jaa tta :: 1110,.... nur.n. 4114131 17 4k t 11.212 AMERICAN LEAGUE ,ITCMINtITkrat Dee. _..__n. 209 2104 201k, QdS
= ... f w tt Ml : HI... Hf .n: M Mri.>. kBii.' tl Tt k Ik tt k II' .1'1I' 0'i.tot tr ..... I were moved to an auxiliary to 650000 shares. Mivo-...__. ao" 201'- 2M" 555s. ..sm 0' ..ce.i *
.. ___ 4f .. tn. II. a .. ..ari.t .... .1.11_. *. t. D" un. t tiu I .23* Pittktr_ lIpNSI.5..utvl ft.nuinr the best IsimiMThssti
building last week. each Wednesday produced !
....... r il a k i k i t 1 .13\I As
_. ..4132131t254 1.
sa u ..... .u tkkk Mt I III 41 sit Ml. HItkM &1 "'' L. 1 Jalr! Itt't JM IM
k IH kk m kit .k4k ",_.... I1,4ts. 44 171 *: 41 a 1 It! I .%.&.7I *. CM. f 41 kl I* I* I I LMPtMaa volunteer peered Into' the formerly uoturn of the year with 1,500.- .SrDt- -:::.::: W. 172 b m*, tttkk* p. isa ... 'T. .... ..
: =:: i NtwiitT 1'1I111. n in is:* t a u I X.4 Detratt I 44 ai IT Ik a II .... ___ .. .:
s a. kM U kM su WIt used garage and saw It. 000 chare changing: hands and Dec n.4 IJ71 IStVi IM Ut% tsama ........ ..
a <, n "4 I 4t Mt kk m att 311 iiitti wn run. 4t 111219 as 11* I .731Its. MM*. S. T. ii ii ak u 4* a I f s .TTI "3 IS4.. 1U ..
m r m ajt .. m si an ,n. ... i! .. ...... if IM si ia it 1 I lai I ..u.I ,..-- B...t4. 1372123I2.13': empty, he avumed earliet rains ranging to' more than "SATS-: ; -- IM'- 1ais's _. .. ..... ...

9 --- i.M4flIIWIWs..- i MMitkt, rmi. ii iTt n ia 41 1111 ,:uM N trMMl>. Poc.It ai Ik tk I I ] .TKItakM comers had taken the vehicle four points. July$ ________ Ute I3** tt t! ........ ....
: "* 'I I *H :l M I.. II lit .iii ... I <*MIW. ...._ :a* ki it tt is a li k IM *. Bnlm ._ 1014111143 a I' .t*: i 85p&. 14>t 14.t 12I'" ... II' .
-S.--- Ie
S I _'._.... 1H. 22 kl k It } I I 15.1W Some expressions of belief the .
llMTTakUlttl MiM .
kt* Me** *, III 14 kkl, ..n ,Ilk Tiwl llelnrit 73,. ,_____ SIS 52'. ..,.. US
isamsual ,u.J .... I-M. rm Mwik M m :t* ii k t a ta i ..*ITw .._. .1w. ... I* II 3k ik II I I 4 1 .MIHarfMi tax reduction bID would become: Mck u_..___ ,_ Tt4 3Wa5m.twrit. ...... .
.. ,_ II fl II t I a ia t .147Nsq
; ....... I I .M *.** k* at at tw* tttMtl \ kt.. Kkir Ill t 45131131 SI II 7111.243 I tt t..k. t 43 M 14 It a. 1. 4 t ..MiI : law were credited with part of MV.B. _n'__ "S W*. "*s *."..
krlM4r. nil 14 'J II 12 k 4 t MiMtmlrr : C/0/ Gain in South BARLTTDe
551g' I.. ft, I* ) >HB a. f SkriUfM laet Vttt UMIiatkMk .ss1$. lIlMIS i> 111 411.05 k it a :til ( IMI I :It n II t tit I .a*;: the stimulus to buy in the broad- .-.__ ..4J, aid-. t... .. !lie
kk i 143$ II t $u i .714l4lLP11I. n"
S I t--- .... MM4HnkMktat1. ANSI' *. rkww. 1517$45 151111134.1: I ,..*/ m. i. 1413517344 a a .a:.. est and fastest session since May r s.p. ... ...... .... ...
MurkiidMi. FIlL 11 u M ik at i i a a .4
-J --- i -. t sans t I sa.ni l 1, .M4 *. ai. v ...isMs III ai 1115.2414R4 I 5sl4. rkii\*. ia ti it u 24 s i a a :121ttnta 280,000 MembersATLANTA 19. II pm .... ... ....
U-t M att i. ft I I 4* tM Hi .. ..k. P145.> .0554114145| I I .3' .tilj : ports of subsidiaries
a indicated
ml ..... .11771323117 I I I .kM lea. ..... Ie ..
ftxfcai t **> kk li* II til. *4 :kklfkiviM Leaden ran into rome profit- 11 .. ...
.t _
j titniMt, ... k Jt4l U It I I I til I nrt'...).. 1* SI kl aa "I 1 a I ,*M [IUPJ A concerted I sened income
.-. -. nkkdllttllktkKI t! Mum*, !*. i. 4153050 11 as ,aw drive for membership in the cashing Thursday as SecretarySnyder'lS prospects, dipped toa I UN rn .. ...
WMW$5 I* aM
.1ls$1 Ml
'N Mt fl t U".u IMtUI PITCNINSIfkrtt .,. M t T I .SUMtnmM. new 1947 low at 157 but "p
Iff t It it Ilk 1.4$ KltMl II..IM 14 fa I statement that re ea 31.q.
Coneressacted .
J 54..Il.a..W5MW m BHI4HNM tr kttrtlf South launched by the CIO last .. .. ...
.... II Kl
.. I tl af ta a I la bounded to finish
.
lea..u5 __ .a..,_*, M. M n fit M Sal mk .. .iWue,CH* S Ik M Bk St dl M w. fBM ., kt4ltf. S. T. I* It M I* :M t t I' .MlkMkMMr Summer reached the one-year "hastily" cooled some of the 11-1 point A
110 at t It It.Barn.l
% ai It kk | M| ahead.
It II I* t II I II ,IIItMM A total of :
4ssS *. .C.. .d fuSs |te>, $11101' ft k a t I .VHMMukef. 960,000 shareswas VIdIt64n.psitutbtlJutatINANc1.
'_ M III M tt k If.. l). HIS 5.4415 11Pl010441 | 55.55 mark this month with a lain of tax hopes. Transfers totaled 1.-
........ ..... II III It It I I tl til IIItIWO : : : :knftimtM : ki u iiUMtaa* aa .jBa traded.I .
Bit kU, tiat l155llIUI | I t 040.000 shares however
.... --- $ It M 111141 *>44. M. T. II ff tk II 3t I I I 4 \11I approximately 280,000 new members -: as a ma- .
w. f II II 11.11 I* I I 41 IHl
_ _ _ _ ..---. --. M II" re t I t .Ml 1 .If! l Mtit***,, M.>, Unit T. __ fit.* U If. 41,141 rut IWUk.. >.(VMM t, II 14152.1)15.44 kl II I I'I I ..ankitalnni :MM Van A. Bittner. director of jority of stocks traded registered :/ .

-:: If It* If U I I M kt .H:, I t'"..... >. Y. -_ H 15 5' H II. llttt I'Hrt. I tt tl I I Ik I II ,Mlr the CIO Organizing Committee advances. The end of susar rationing : ..
..,, P.'s'N $1140111 f Ill M 111It CAMERA .
TkwnM, NT, II $ Ik II It .041 SUPPUiS
L n .tirt. lw.n H M aa at ta I 11 aiMikna announced for Individuals and institutions
-t.. P.1.4. IK M II I II HI Ml ; la i4, FUN It H II W It I til yesterday.
.
i Intl. II TI tt t* M a Ik IMrt : 1I'L.
14)551451 I 1414 SU kMU ii tkkMUM Bittner out that the supported be'ief industrial .. ..
N.i..4'bs'$1.53tlN21US | pointed : .
= .. kk M kl II k 1 II IM Phone 2175Heim'Camera '
B If
,ill <
_. Vkl It II t I kk Ns Mt M *
_____ S.. M .. Hilt... __ f W111l1-. II I TMTtftar I klti. rutla II ft ** ST N J I I a IIIUMI j CIO had approximately 400.000 I allocations would improve and ( '....... : IIiIii1Ifit
_____________ 0 l's. M Itl H k M It MIkk 155.u U II I II *1511 I 11,545 : : .:: Ji
II is at i i 4 t .4.0
ii
... a.L- kk kk a* | || 41 aM I'Sa. "t. itMttt* it
members soft drink
in the South when the some shares climbed
.. I M.< ii it i* t ii a .10 ",._. I .... k 41 M U It'll 41M.wui Shop t_ _- .. .
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__ ..$1.... MIWHI' I k M .kttkk .... ... fHM. I II il ,It l| | | fMrun III...... I aa M It ta SI ,IMtM membership drive started last :I sharoly. I << _

r ...... S4 tit II a* | t ii .a.tan .na, $..11I-......, ... I Is at II I" S I Ti'5I .,M ikkuw. rtMit, ?ii 144 M u i. :it at ai ii a i i- a I'a .ri iwrn Summer. but now totals nearly ; Flurry of demand for gobS' S82S IdcwQ' C, In-: < __

-4, .. 1a.*. ii i4MSss III IB it t f 511,141)11Pa. it :at ?I' i 1k.i, <'IM.Itritte. It II 11 I .. I ,ItSW fit ,..t., !."..*< II 41 it i aa I' a a ,*flH 680.000. He attributed possible mining: shares! apparently basedon 40''eI.403W, ..... -
u,1:141 1LI -5- .. ail H M k | sa tkkkk III' k4s N. T It U 55 till II P I. _|HM, Hmit4. 11" kf ai 4* I I at .'UIII. future increase to the fact that I an unsupported rumor Britain -
1_. 14111115111 I. 'UIht.,4Is' ....... ii at t> 5 I if I I a a ,ann .
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ftt.MKiaa 41 1? Its the committee. now boasts a field would nlS" the price to the .1.
14dI'. .. : fit tt tl t |i II aat I : : :: : : : I *>Mit. ,51. r. .it II ti ti at a a k >uriMiM ; ,.
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)I'141114 t It tf 511 tlkt..aU 11)517 4133 5,11? lixm* WMk I II M 53 SI I' t 4 .:JMrt I \
*0$1hITI S I'I'11$1m5.0...j** *tt 44 lit kl II I I Id tt* :;' ,: ( a *.ld kk tat II kk t t 4t ktl 113.sI O<.II, kkl) 4 I I ..._II. M*>MI i* tt ia II n I. I.m trading Friday until the general
t 14 44 f.4M lit :IIwl..T. 5111151401 ,1'lobs. WM" <* iwimi II at sa it t is ,m
__ .. ,.11t. )1Is4 l.I'.. $11131111 BM ii if i a H m tI' BmiM IlIllINISI I. SI's'I ,....... ".... IlNIt I f I f.1I3: ; 35 Members of Clergy advance was resumed In an afternoon i
.._ ....... 4* Ik* II 44 I I It ttlkt .If' I 11'tttt. a 111. II 11 M It II. 5 $11 rieratn. MM.*. I at ai it ia l t I.m rush.American .
.. _of tM kk II t It II tt) Ifl tt tli..n. \ irI I 15 'f" I I S 11I 5.41414. 55. I. I at at it it a s a .311 i St.
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Today
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ai .. ..._..... II III ka kk t H ta ta* .1?' II....., 0*. Lm4aI4I5ISIlll. HI ..trk. w k'a ta a* ik i 1.*MAHIklCAN of clergymen will leave today on
B aT kVMM ..- ..._ M 5555155, | l.U, 5,1p .>. ffekitMtikHt. nil. II II I. I' 3W a 35-day tour of Europe to study I ,
rnTkWK .... ..._ It Itt II M ( II l M 34kl 00Vs ..k HI I.. H4MVkM I II 15 it I' I I 3.0 hAllS IIABIIIBo ]
forces
51 t U Itla ..141I. >. fill 11551551 I' WI problems of American in 4.AL
l1..s II U ,.tr-. .1S..4.*.. MM Ikt' WIIK4 vllh .tittttniMII.
I' ass til at kk II M MlttaklMtllt ....,... 5 ).$4044 11 II 3. at 15 I I .4'I .< 'kMM. MM 3.. J. IMMlflfe.NM Germany and Austria for the War' \
.llt OtttlM t J .:.::: s. '. 151 :;: I'Hal.. 11**, 1141111111' .. 5,4.0 l \"k *M* ...... l>''-. 114 !>. III.III Department.Dr. "i'x
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: I.. .. 5p4 NISSIONS 111,151,151 .... ... 5515150' .t..* I. 1.11w. 1'MIl IS: k.w.Old Chaplains' Commission Southern 4 ....
....... la at >t it a 115111.1. ,555$55441( l. I Ii If If It 4 t. ,
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$15.11." tIIFN* Convention. Atlanta
445451515 t 555.155,15.
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Ps'.. a .."-") |.. I 4I. I. II .. S 14 5 5 I ..14114I'S5111rI t S Betsy Ross MarriedOn Save yourself facilities: iikobm
I".. 1.bI'.. I 544Usd. II 11154314141.. : 5.53011mIP614 Burch's Mine Meets
: I P-4 )1 15. 4,. I Ill1..L..iI& Appropriate Day from money troublu75To3OO I
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$411 ..... II. l.N '.. ", I'ID*, I II 54 5 11 : : 4 NI PHILADELPHIA API Betsy j 11(1 *

.. .".. I.. He I..=. ::.:-r":1 1S ..4 M<., Hi. $..... _1141414P114$5_....... lISkI l81tHlt-II 4. II II 41 I 1.113.,d I Burch's, Restaurant will meet the Ross was married yesterday-Flag I IL II

S I.-- k>*WI. t'M*. It 11 rt It .. 4, S IA I Day Miss Ross, a resident of Lans- transact your bustne
kJbrui.s4.4.ftd; f AtM, !X. f, 533 ill 1014' .5.041 Ef Ibeck Milling Co. team at 3 p.m. : l **
...,..... 1*. I.Bti4 It U at I 11 I I ,'sI ford Pa., married'Paul Fischer of coNrail cii iuca
H"4..,. SIt$3. I N W MERCURY 3.2,6,10 H.P. ,'t*,,y,T.I n ,I II I II .. 4 ,I'e 'I today a, Exposition Park in a game Baltimore a student. The wed- tiously.
I U II 35 N I I S .3W CASH -
,l,4-' 1 I 3544.!1141.41.."4414.I*. kI '1" II II 15 I .... that winds up first-half play In Jipg reception took place not far usa To. _ _1ssT l'

WTISARD MOTORS : the Class B Softball League There there another Betsy Ross 15 a. Uj I
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HkTItNIl' ilktWf ll*.lkIwalvti I
WUtA$4' HNMCM Ct I .. IM UM k.**>k. ...,,_ .Hk IM. : Is no charge of admission stitched the first American nag; $100 $ 7.7$ $ 9.46 LOAN II I
S .U* a.urIlIlAGOon.rh. 9C6I Mitt. Mw t.k MM no* '1, kvaen It 44ki I -
Mf MtfiBM [ ....,.. t" 131NI1 t'1154114'4, m,4 $150 11.67 14.15
: .$ ....__ rs'vs.... ,a. u* w. rta* .CM Or..... w..wt.ii) 5500.. a* k>M to.>*4. rkili.MpMa' WM *..>.' 1%. $200 15.55 15.91t5300 i

isaI&14O Ct.$... .... O* AH Makes CWIM 52C) .Ii...... 4. ft.40.I -. Cocoa Benefit Game RUBBERASPHALT Auto ;
S t ls.aIyl .... s'.5 "4.l. a ....... .%U...' p.34 7,3 JT1ZENATONA!

iiht 5)45 $554155 **kk M 153.AIRCONDITIONED. Set for Tuesday Night l ;
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I COCOA-Benefit baseball game .
TtM only alr-retutttlefltd shop ia .
S it t ft* it *TH *.,*>rH Jed... 0.... ,.... 7044 I Central rtorid\ I between' Kiwanis and LIons Clubs FLOORING LLtilNCOPOssycs. I Membtr.,.DJ.

rained! out here Friday night vUlbe .
II"IWI' C.NPIITS 10. DfJCOUNT LOLA BARBER SHOP '
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.5P119 5110, played Tuesday at S pjn., at j I Robinson

._ \I 1u'.. p. ........ .W1 0. All Siandarel A. L. nkklk-Jt. Frt>,. Provost Park it was announced I STEWARD-MEUON CO. i Phone 7181 at'Co .s S

*> **** OI'04- s4 ..... 81C''C'IHII I U Eo \a4hiniton SL yesterday. 2301 N. Oraige Phone M6S I 537 N. Orangt Art. t

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Rca Ity Activities : JUNE 15, 1947 THE SUNDAY SENTINEL-STAB. ORLANDO PAOL 1I ; 4



GROV&LAND-Incnased' 1r TAt Sunday .ntinffStcr] : ;. .'., <> ;': ; k' Alit1 Young Men Told To Grow Auction I:"XTAVARtt Statoe! ,.*! I '

real estate activity has been I Tm ...... 'f'
=.d in tkis Lake County city by Charles J. Anderson,! With Small Firm To Succeedto property owned--ey ike eww .-

fl be offered for .le attten ..... .. '
.......R the transactions reported by ,the Ander-f [Specot to The Sunday Sent'oe'''.Starl at the cowl .Mfr ....,
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$ I VT v: I WINTER HAVEN-"I would advise a young man start- I morning at 11 o c...

,'...... .f M tem (or d*.' 1 ing into business today to join a small firm and grow'up ,-- ; i t tI

Is1t.rat eta |..... tad horn with it," says Harry N. Smith who lives on the north shore INVESfMENT *

.....*!* feMudt. purchase of 1 Realty Deals of Lake McLeod on the outskirts of the Eagle ,Lake com I 0.. WMk .. OMS ev M

0 .. *** ef Grvrrtend *y B munity. 4F c.- .. r v
W lyhil a W. A. Brown, five Smith retiring chief engineerof shoe Foundry Co. in 1901 and was ; .. Lend Voa ,
Olas ... *f th* my, on which the American Brakeblok dIvision with them until his retirement in i I ire ..... c-er. I -
t M*| abe*"f hM twa bunt: iShow, Increase Foundry of the Co. American Brakeshoe 1941. j 1 TIle priHil h.. b.r lhrr..' i
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**9*. GtoMtl. II am J ,: lie bases this advice on 46 l tarp old hM ........s J. i iI
WNNH to years with this organization. He Orlando Music I :
I p.eet J. T. RrMtve, Real estate transactions in Or- Academy of !!
t I 14 ...*. to clear/.. rack WfcW (ante County took jump'' in MayO grew from with it as It developed THE PRKCMcNUTTHIAMft$17_ 1 f
a tingle-plant An Accredited School
#11! company
4i \ r 104S figures records of Circuit ; f
*N.d U IrMk formingst Into a firm having divisions -
many
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for G.I.
Court Clerk Arthur Newell indicated Approved Trainingby ;
_.. Itfhtlerg. i. sects .... yesterday. and more than 50 plants Veterans Administration
Gf*.*(*... M hfeh .. throughout the country.He our TiHU I
Oshw bee .... a aKMtpram Sales of realty last month : moved here witji his familyin : 539 Lake St. Phone 54)5 U W. 1f....... L
Isf111T totaled approximately $728.139 June 1943. and enjoys the
ftn acres' Oft M emprd with $896,180 in airy, lakefront home. which he
__ a ten has era May a year earlier. tHowever II purchased on Lake McLeod. Here:
foastrue- I I I 5 NEW HOMES FOR SALE Sf #
... HMM 29 aero nov bee a higher percentage of be puttersaround with machinist ea.
..... N, t. rage. two lots mortgages is being taken in con-i 1,. *.tools and fishes occasionally Under FJIJL Ceiling-tow :Monthly Psyarek-YNUIM I
ea which a Oor- Diction with real estate sales than A self-educated man. Smith Civilians Dubsdread Section, near golf a.ru. (JIWIRe. -..
to being reaodra .as recorded a year ago. ___ _< 'r Paterson, N. J. where he went *.neret block e."eUo., Urjt tou. I
reuge atm :DurmD Total decrease instruments from 2,374 filed last May showeda to THIS BEAUTIFUL HOME on 2017 University I Newbold is associated with. T. K. Johnson, : shortly after taking a trade school tt] TO REACH: Drive out Edge atr to P.r, right ? ra/ Ml r i i
B /w acre let op- 2.019 this year. Dr, was recently sold by Gaylord E Forquer ,j Inc. Sale was closed by King Real Estate, 30 course in steam heating in New third intersection paved of street Eagle off and Par Midiron, the*.immedut right U hero.n>h ."* IHW M I

la the new to Mr and Mrs. Harold W. Newbold. Mr. I E. Church. York.at the He time.was. about He continued 17 years old hfc J Open for Inspection Saturday and S....*,. 11. I PJC : :
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tnr a en new which far Howey Tract Sold study at home and in night BENZING-GABEL DEVELOPMEHT C4.tT I

i Spa o'j! to: Tie Sunday SwrtmelStorlHOWEYINTHEHILLS l FLORIDA REALTORGRAM Bowrons Buy Land e i iISpeciat school K. c...." dyes tK i11w
W'I "How far one can get In a ,
J. Howry Co. has sold a tract of [ to The Sunday Senlmel-Star] I firm depends to a large extent 'i'
Jw. Gu+sdrlt Ren1lsierle Uo unimproved property to Charles Realtors EUSTIS-Mr.and Mrs. ClarenceJ. on the officers" Smith says, in i:
D. Otiulncer and H. E. Geissinger Seeking I thinking about these days and .
Engineers for 13.700. i i Wilhelm have sold their 10- I his later career. f: t
.Mng annuitants iI I acre property aj Grand Island to "I have seen officers come and
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Bowron for go and the policies and career ol f
Mgt omcc t ciw1YaNt Firm Buys Lots J I Il Jobless Tax Banly I the country change with them."
Ttlt rtt I1A. t* id to The Sunday itmel-Starl. $5,500. I He joined the American Brake. 1
MOUNT PLYMOUTH Margaret J -- .
8. Schwlnd has sold a num-'1 VIOLET DONHAM t
ber of lots here to Citrus Fruits, TExec Sec Flcndo Assn. of Reo'torsl I
Inc, for 5000. JUST RECEIVED from Realtors' Washington i LARGE CORNER

Smith Home Purchased ;j jXr LETTER indicates that HR 80, to exempt real estate I i EAST COLONIAL AT HIGHLAND ;1 1 r !:
salesmen, if employed on a commission basis, from unem-I MULTIPLE DWELLING ZONE !
&NEJU LEE LZESBURO ttl: to The Sunday- Mr.Sentinel and-Star Mrs.! j j I ployment compensation insurance will probably be passed I A GOOD INVESTMENT ,

before Congress adjourns. At least five States have al- .
George F. Stalker have bought a _.. t:
house In Bonaire Heights from Alfred -- i ready passed exemption laws in at $9,000
W. Smith for 8500. I It Diehl Sells House I(194? alone, while nine others bad

[iS{* oi to T S,ndoy Sentinel-Star! reached the goal earlier. As a partof H. WARFIELD DORSEY
t MOUNT DORA-S. S. Diehl has the legislative program of u
I sold his house hi Sylvan Shoresto Florida ,Association: of Realtors REALTOR I t
Raphael Gering for $18.000. they co-operated in passage of the 118 S. Court St. Dial 5313 .
FOR RENTOn bill in the recent session which t OR WIN/ MANOR SECTION 4 _
Restored _
Corporation exempted real estate salesmen in 2 -
tI Modem Bungalow prewar con"trUC'tloft -- '
c)*->ol to The Sunday Sent ne!.Star Florida from this unfair tax which Ii t
TAVARES Apshawa Groves. I SUBURBAN ESTATE Bed Rooms. Lovely landscaped ground*. Fruit
Inc.. which was dissolved in 1941 j!I I has not been'ofany benefit whatsoever Trees, etc. -
June 15th and Balance Summer- for failure to pay its capital stock I,f to the salesman since he. Three bedrooms, two baths, three-porches. Over 50 FUI11ished.including &
I tax has been restored to corporl l I r i cannot be said to be unemployed bearing fruit trees. Lot 135 x 235 feet. City conveniences modem kitchen il iI ff'Q' t. +
I ate entity by the _State t t so long as he retains his license. outside '
just city.
2lcdroom Cottages Hla. I I I Realtors are working in support of $9,500 Terms
Apartments. on :HR80 and as a part of this support / 1

the Ocean at Cocoa Beach, Daily, Weeklyor i Eustis Spec< ,ol Tract to The Sunday Bought Sentiner-Storl I have passage Legislature cited of the as the a Federal action sound reason of bill.'Florida for LOW PRICE \ GEORGE H. KITTREDGE & SON ,.

EUSTIS-Ronald R. Nelson has
monthly. bought Mabel M. Fox' property i f TAXES 14500.00 .. 1 REALTORSHomes "
here for $8,800.znt COUNff WOMEN'S 1
,' ORANGE Groves, Busjies Prop1: r' Co '.'*.M. to.woaoe _
r Including Orlando Insured Moc..!{ U'..". 4
and Winter Park women realtors iNONF 6137 37 crNTRAL 17 E. Control AT P...... 2 1 I. r
Special Low Rates-No Mosquitos. who recently sponsored the Deal With *,Rraitur *
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tai moonlight sapper and scenic
boat ride on Winter Park Lakesas
a part of their project to add
Call Orlando 6723 or Cocoa Beach 10 MOVES.MERCHANDISE i to the building fund for home
for Florida Association'of Realtors
April Average 4ZJUPONS bare announced approximately ,!
I $80 has been contributvted ..
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: NINE AMENDMENTS AND 40-( tr
'. of the Congressional Rec-:
s ord covering two full days of debate -
Rc0 were necessary to perfectthe A, ,.y
h Senate'rent bill IS.10171 substituted -
for the rent bill passed. x
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Q 3ALt = ArOR by the House and then to pass
9 stltzU HR 3203 (Wolcott bill heretofore
tA4CNST reported in this column! Florida I I ti:
Dl Realtors were "on the ball" less I
NOT \:rIV" than.20 hours after the appeal was
3 INCltl O.ED M
4 "> sent out to help on the Hawkes I
0 2 amendment. Many Senators have I
._ t paid tribute for the splendid way I
1n grass roots support encouraged ''I
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r them in the rent and housing decontrol .
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bill fight.

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I 1 Sound Real Estate Investments Are Yours1

r I tn 4..**4 to efftr f the low priced oceanfront property shown above.Nrt n .
i ) ..U I ..4 t q. te etker. n./ front 200 feet on the ocean and ext.nd I ear Your REALTOR
I bwk t&Q feet te South Peaiasula' Drive. The price of these two parcels through

i U fit. ,*r front l.oc or &MO. C ; .

THE money you put into real estate upon the advice of ye R.-...
.....10 .... 1 1* to4 tS.t and they front 214 feet on the ocean and ex : goes into..soUld, profitable investments.
,..4 Nell 2>W feet ,South Peaiasula Drive. Their price Is $3,425.
I ,'_ Because he shapes the growth of cities, he knew UR.nt.tIr ,. I

J ....U f.04 2 .... bee.bought and this buyer has reserved parcels 3 and IIICIIALF r come property to recommend to you.

4 .fe* M kr*. Parcels said 10 art not tnclud.d. I i OF YOU HOUSE Because he is fully aware of price trends, zoning ruidiftiiu'**i,trll i
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ing limitations he is able to advise you wisely. .
r aril PerceU 1 A sad B together at S2S per front.foot on the ocean for a IS INSIEED ?
Because he is honest and acts according to his hIgh MMfc ., .-
leUl. .f .,.-. n.. parcel hare 360 ft. fronting-the ocean. 600 ft. on
leuiewd and about 21M ft. on Beach Street. This Is a lot I spay .....' tw w..4. ,..;", service, his counsel to you is frank and truthful. 3 3i
pi.a1I.r. colts to4oy .ho,. 1.ae a; ttws i
.,?'..9t9t s far tsvU file nit U year chance to buy low priced ocean- IIoIf II.. .pr.w.l .dw ef choir
bMt.... ..._ AIWM .. ....... ho,. Your trust In your REALTOR is well founded His ...Mr. I
.. I 1ea-.4 w. .....,.. PMar .host ship in the National Association of Real Estate Beards ..
'. ,. YOURS w.. ki(.... to..pca.cL yw i granted only after careful Investigation of Ida character .wd a ar
l AiHl wi4 .l fc. Wf,
10,01s. ..ywr w..o Mr lo.Soc. ability. It Is held only by strict adherence to }Jhe rapid C 4e .4

.. n..lysii wig ,.". ',.. a. i ethics Imposed by the Association.For .
Set Mt PfW f)>Hy If You Want This Property .e.pt.l. p KMO.. ......WHUCKELO .
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IOIERT A. GREENE :, II INSURANCE E. a.1tlaJoa OUMSCLOIISUl lye. 'L0Vaguh fowREALTOR. _

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t MALTOW .. I .. ; TUNE IN 740 ON.YOUR e DIAL FOR ORLANDO REALTORS HOME TIM AND TUNES'

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SfnftereJ ? Miss T 111k 'U. Special Notices \ -17. flailing and MtvtngDEUVMT
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RELAX: REST and keep cooL Lacl1.labeUe' I I 6.xW"'' 'S sod taavefyloed .
ORLANLX FLORIDA Use -li e
I Lake Jassamlne Park ;.673;
RtdntsRot'urn ...--\Ie II
Engagement PAGE 12 SUN.JUNE'15. 1941 Modem Trailer camp. Compieta
arocerr. market. Yo. choose yourspot. Fn.POR VAt I1'OIUOIr
Wt nave more lean 2.300 tt. handle a.rt leads
Can
of lake short Irontate. 99 beaatilul burgh and Oewtas JM :...=
Home Announced i acres of Florida pine and crpresg. S286 for freej.aasMt :_UB .
lake swimmlnc. -
Sand bottom "
Classified S. Orange Blossom Trail.SWEDISHMASSAOEFOf._ GENERAL HAOUHO :-: WSeI
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It ....1.$ I ItI By MIS. L A. GUESSAZ I arthritis avaHabkKMOtLENBEKOY TrIepbsea_. 5 __.

11 > .... ...' f' [!DIIiof! to The Sunday Spntnel-StorT' neuritis: slrnderizlac. Miss ou- LUa) ae =
bert. 12CW W. Yale Ave. 2-291S.
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1if 4* **4Mv K WIN ST. CLOUD-Mrs. C. C. Allen Sentinel-Star Ladies only.BPENCEB ._ _ _ agent storage.for Dtkhert trallM aeattaw Lea. DIIII.**.
of Roswell. N. M. the I Individually .... 4**..
announces SOl Mat g0lal
Want-Ad Rates SDPPOBT3 w.
..- -l I.... ........ designed. )In. Warren. 1202 5.WashIngton. :
engagement of her daughter. Miss wcm..oAi .
:
DISTAHCS
t .. u1.I- tf.4..- Norma Tomklns. to Mr. Percy Daily JSe cr Sea Phone 8-3506 or 2-3081. LONG points. Packing. cratM kscal asIn ee-

....u ......4k Geeting of St. Cloud. Miss Tom- I IMirimum charge JOe T9cSunday line ALL-REALTORS property :on 17-92 and Htrllw.brokers Malt.sly J1S*. W Snddatk Colusabta.MovlM!% u* Haras SIS4. ... I

'kin has been per land. U off the market. William P.Oebe .
..... ..... attenfling nurses Mimnwro.chrt o .o. r. _
:training -
at the Southern Bap- 18. taandry U'rk
% MM I a.. 4mffat WATCH CLASSIFIED COLUMN and ,
tist 3 Censecative Days ISe Boo a day
-I Hospital in New
and
Orleans for
1 Consecutive Dan IX bae a day WORZ radio announcements FOR QUICK DEPDrDALBt tfMbrin
t Msa gi.>.*. a4 H'sa : graduated June 10. She formerly' Count t Average Wards I line) big stork reducing specials all W* I war Iaan4r ta TN aV Jfft* I

a =:- a r *** w.MtiffS attended high school in St. Cloud,: National (Out of stats aatea81nle lilt 2-2317.week. 222 W. Central Hardware._Ph._ mean MIS. t
Insertions JOe per __
... Ilia p .. WsuhWf e.. ....ws .;. .. 1 and resided in Holopaw. Mr. Geet- i 3 Consecutive Days 2S line a day W p: Kelly. Registered Surveyor. rv1cet Offered_____
is 20c line a day Arcade. Phono
ing employed in Klssimrnee.'The 1 Conaecntive Days S Church and Main
1tJ ..... lit ... I
wedding date is to be announced I' (Minimum 3 UnCS) 6346. ALARM CLOCKa KEPAIKCO Ajfcf

"' ... .. ......., i later. AQ Want-Ada start la the Orlandr kind ., neck oe. elettrtt H psnent MOMS S bsme -
.
I 'j Moraine Sentinel and are printed 1*. Lost and Found We fl Ia ewrtbtts-- B.rk t Ar*
I **.*** *.. w... R i Memorial Fund Committee met I in both the Sentinel and The pair Shoo 48_W_OraMal. ... ffc Hi*.
-V !'Tuesday for discussing further the Orlando Star on the same date CAMERA LOST-Artnt CS.broWs. fa *. :!Ir.t : :t.PI
taailMm i to peB leather case Weston u..bt meter APPLIANCE =.nca :a-.a.. .
The Want-Ad Department : .
:--'- building of the tower for the dock j from 830: ..... to 6 P.... dally. ease Liberal reward. Boll 5.9 8-Star. AdapUa washera.011 Us M eMHaesperJaHr *S

and the police. It was decided to I Sunday from 9 to 12 11'". DOG rOUWD-Small, male tan color Pick IP -=-. CaM al|

; r.L ,, rer make every effort to have the fund Deadline for Sunday Paper Satar- quiTe. Driver with collar.Ave. Duosdread.Someone pet. la- and Harris nil tdsewatev Or. *.*.
lete Pa-t. pfcox
:: of $2,500 subscribed to by July day noon.Advertloeil to 1IO\1fJ DOG LOSt1 Collie, brown and wnite.
requested I:1
11' -- 15. this year so that the construction ; -: ns Immediately are of any errors I.' Answers to "Sheik" .Call 27111.Or ACETYLEXk nchla work Sad 90 :
I 409 W. Haiel ___
can be speeded up and be their ads (9 the Sentinel-Star will and read ewaatmcUosi '
.
I Pitgswd ...... F- lot only one Incorrect EXPRESS CHECKS LOST-June tO.with .
i be responsible aIu'nim and besel esaNss.lie .
completed by Sept. 1. Initial dona- .
: W. Reed. Jte.t1lna
1W came Elizabeth
Insertion .
Mathame WorseU| w. ...
.... sN .' tions have already been received. to above Plymouth Fla. Re-
You Can Place Tear ward. ADVICE TO BU1LDEKX- tTtrirotattona.
I An informal
reception was held :.u.
hwth. Want-Ad by Telephone KEYS LOST S keys on chain with a** Ml Is ado)
II 1at the Methodist parsonage Tuesday -i Oberlin College ring 1211 W. Prloceton. and Nebraska _ _ e.w 61en

... W f Mtft IDIt for the Rev. R. M. Standish Dial 4161 2-4864. Reward. ALLIS CIIAI'3I3J03UUCZ sad 5q55N.e.

*. .. .. 4 !.*MISM* .UI t and family who left Friday for paru; tractor sad awwef ._. 61 .ocee l.pedsaas
i I 14._Beauty Parlors Farm and Home Matlwatry C... IS ee-;
Jacksonville the
__ .. tat H'v fi-., Rev. Standish Baby SUtera-Child Care w. Roomsoa. phaoe_, tHU.AWKIXOS. .
10.
:: J' having been appointed as pastor of I AMERICAN BEAUTY 8ALON-H tt .
t ...
the W. Chard opposite Rlalto Theater ben nrtane, 9-
Arlington Church. Mrs. O. E. ;
r..1 Bonnie. formerly with Elizabeth blinds. chat; reverts Faa Sal at -
I SU
i .. .. I Ward presided at the refreshment BABT SITTER 318 Anderson Salon. Welcomes her patrons ana matertaL Phone 9834. riacUa A.a.*. -= o.4
friends. For appointment ph. 6931.AMMERMAN Co.. 432 a. Hiuhey '_ 5
table assisted _
I
by Mrs. L. P. Blake-
.
OIWHLReUOD.ble
SS f **. tpBksf ..rUd.t CHLD CARE-By hour. day Mildred
20 E. Floe
man and Mrs. Anna supervised playat APPLIANCE: SERVICE Al ....>
Trout. Mrs.
... >..**> .HH v" |W 4III ---4 rates: diet. TiC Flynn Frances Rhoades. Betty ,. service 090 ratee 00 -
I .. WP W 44Hil M4 SM -1 I j i( Arthur Stuart and Mrs. O. P. .n Pennsylvania times. Well Ave.balanced Winter Park. Caldwell. Elnora Phillips and Dorothy 'able sac Work naraatfe ft. 9. tin*
B Clement. All highly efficient with .
; Holkngsworth greeted guests at lin.ph. 7364 rS-MIl
I _
"'9 Mi* W S I I 278. years of experience.! Phone 6462 I
: t..t II the d< or. A gift from friends of MOTHER OF GIRL 5 years old win GENE BEAUTY SHOP-Spring sperials. CABINET; Aim MH.WORK t* ....
$100 was presented to 'Mr. and care for girls by day or week. Box Big redaction In heat waves. cial .rd r. Cevual nrt.. l.mbeV
I
..... "'.. < Park.
Aj Or- Winter .
It I Mrs. Standish by the Rev. JamesM. 197 Sunnyside Cold waves a specialty. 204 S. Main C* Mills sad Habfaata_ _
l... .... r.1'1SIIM wLrewithch1tareftmnd1.. Phone6ni6.._ .EANUiO AND PHCS IWO CMk
.... III W D. Thompson. The Rev. G. W. SOC per hour. Call 2-3357. Daytime liArs UTOPIA BEAUTY SALON- and carry price *5 son

c MiIwrI .... I Hutchinson of Oviedo will be the 805 K. Washington. Ph. 9725. Permanent money. Snag us 00eVprio r:
specials .6 SO op ; Ctr..n 214 5010 '1.
new minister here. .
W ......... .... ( I it > | Norman R. Wood; Veterans Ad- 11. special!: Notices CHARLOTTE-KAT: BEAUTY Salon. CONCRETE -n.oo a.-....-we....
..IS. .. 16
Ph. 4014. Invites TOO to gee! them rally nasal easiest.
.. ..... ......,.. % ; ministraton representative. will be AMANDA BRADFORD-Psychlc 2.30 Wed. 561 reading West- for beauty. culture. Hilda Monck. d I7.Odw sad *te*'. .
; circle Vivian Lawrence Margaret Whidden. price estlasat call ..... ttoajkaas
at Justice of the Peace Mozley's10ffice I
_... ..ua &bet y' Ave. Phone 23k.
.
4 3E4144 Colombia: MiCron Bids. -upstairs Concrete Ce.CARPETRY.
f. t:: "
; :: -: } Thursday June 26. from 9 AVERA-s BARBER SHOP grocery. RAYS BEAUTY PARLOR All &}'Ptsperm.nen' RET AOW'-$
= :
:. ,. A. MmIl to noon. market corner Columbia.Barbers Division.CK L waves. Pre-heat and smaO. PTMBM jarrho. C.r.

I Shady parking space. Fold waves a specialty. Dial 4222. tieHy. tiCONTRACT _
Avera A Son. Open 8: close T. 38 East: _Pine.,One place only.
". lVnLiiO ...
s. e4 sub I New Terminal ADVICE ydbiiadinISd7.circle Thnrs 230: SPRING PERMANE2TI9-Machine ormachinelexs hooea aad tsM s. h.eS M4
.. f" Tues. 8pm. Rm. *S ap; phone 9964. buUdints of say .MM Mpolstaneed >
Sun. 5 pm. 44* W. Church. ,..., ft .
%INMflWI ; 7088. lead Charm Salon. 506 W. Amelia. See T. P t. E. Aga*
< 12. Rev. Cherry. office phone blat phone ,-4.3.. __
.. .. ..... .. ...... A.,.. Work A"WOODSY morning camp for Ito 15. Schools and Instruction CLAY "ibs..vu.y-... I** 8.i
l BegunAt children 40 1 years. Hours _
lessons. paring ash awrtae asiglg ja<
: : 12. Crafts arts swimming ACCOUNTING Englneerrnr. High Work suaraateed aVwrbf aftaa

7-E ... ,.; ;.;...... ...._. ... "'.;.,..... ..;...; I $5 week. June Steele 10.Ave.Open Phone airirhool School. International CormponJencs son. Inc Phone S417CONCRETE .

MISS ELOISE WADSWORTH of Haines City, who became the ., St. Cloud .7227. Registration 28. W. for next year. (O Rowe.Schools.P. O. Veteran Box 2974.approved.ph. 9282.L. steps flagstone FLOORS fceatonaale.- Dr* .ThgStr*aft.

'< .:::t 3&it tit bride of Kenneth Jerome Kvamme of Wadena, Minn., in Haines I ISpecic! to The Sunday Serf.ne:Star) taken IIOW.BROKERS ATTENTION-House at HIGH school SCHOOL at home-Complete in apart your time high with years ta .......... Pies edotee.C.W.JIldy.Wisiir .

.... .. rark,44 L
.... awn 1615 Asher Street II sold Mr. V.
I .
City last Sunday. ST. CLOUD Work on a new American School. Texts:: furnished. CONCRETE UzICZroofs. ftiiiiI[, .
j WMcKlm. No classes. booklet. ....- ,.. .
s. Mi ainwy bus terminal for this city has al- Dora- to Diploma Fne drivewat. .>.. sad weTh *s, -
BOAT TRIPS from Mt. Write American School. DepO.. C. I ....
ready begun. and will be completed Sliver Spring through the beautiful P. O. Box 3161. Orlando. __ sblp* best and ta material tmertagt.Pro wrt eama5 p..... 50n. ee .- ..
t.
t. Miss HonoredAt within the next 15 days under Oklawha River Mt. Dora.Wise Fla.Boat Works. PIANO. violin and orchestra1 instrumenta. For eoarreto week *f as) awoa call sod. ....s..'- "PIlI'
phone 3223. ..
Jean Whigham C. J Nelson. 2209 Lakeside 6780 or *S30Buthaass_ _ : :-
Arthur Bradshaw .
present plans. BARBER SERVICE chairs ready to Dr.. phone 2.2989. .. ... 8160440ea
Rcv.WiglunianWife Florida Lines for with fast efficient gerv- DUMP TRUCK SSV9t1-UrISe4
: Greyhound agent
oem you REAL ESTATE LAW and practice. peat too soil. fUt dm. S L.ley. I.
Tea by Airs. Barney Beck St. Cloud, announced yesterday. Ice.East All Side Union Barber shop.Shop.We CO close E Church.at!!5.30. Preparation for Broker and Sales Winter 0.,... P*. 1O Lees.>
..
man. Home study .11-
courses now roNcam-WOU .
I
When remodeling is completed ; dftvwys at***
Honored ., C. R. STEVENS. Broker I have able. Major Crank. 139 E. Pine; 6S66. '
'
walks. Doora seeMi ** aVeenard.
'1' the terminal will be moved from Real Estate and Insurance ; 31JJ1'\
< tf I '" -f Surxtoy: Sen-rsI-Storl' ] skirted taffeta. Mrs. Whigham in moved. my bonded, Sowtken. State FIne
business from 64 N. Court St. .
: BANTORD Mrs. Barney R.I'flowered Bemberg and lace and the St. Cloud Hotel to llth and to 307 W. Par Ave. Phone 23554. 18. Travel InformationAIR Co, 6714 or t-23f for aetywata*. I

On Departure Seta hooofrxl her niece Miss Jean,|[..Mrs. Jones in blue lace. AU wore Pennsylvania Aves. he said. Thei DONT THROW AWAY your Oldshoes. RESERVATT.ON3"and ticket aU DRE&SMAKINO Ah rcsM*. *... 'IIl'O'! _
:1 i will covered best quality taps and women CottM pels)!* fr *frmer _
new building provide Ladles
Whlcham whose marriage to Donald corsages of white gardenias. lines. Snnniland Travel Bureau 30 Call Mrs. Seth. Mia. ii 9ME =
leather rubber. '.3S. Half soles .
E:
If i lift* R. Jones will be a social event ,I Guests were welcomed in the loading facilities and waiting men's 8150.or Rubber heels. mens. Pine. Phone 5301._ Robmsovi

i' .. .. ....' of June 23. with a tea Friday from dining room by Mrs. J. W. Hall rooms for both white and Negro 8 60. Half soles. ladles'. SI.25. COLUMBUS.can take one OHIO passenger.-Leaving Share Jane. expenses 16-: DRY CIXANEIO W* eiif osl* I

Cfft 1T. Rrv. aDd 4 to S p.m. at her home on Laurel where the bride's table laid with I with-ample seating facilitiees: < Ave Downey's Shoe Repair. 211 8. Orange Phone S927 modern killed auchinery experienced Try .kelax.. MarOwft aM I

.... 5... hoaor- A< Italian cutwork linen was centered Clean. sanitary rest rooms EXPERIENCED: NURSE will take eon HAVANA. CUBA All-expense tours. Cleaner 204 *Wdaeww V aoraefRoaaUnd

t S ....S. 1Ia'" Thun rt.The dining room. living room with a low arrangement of white will also be provided for both valescents. or elderly people la her St Lanier Phone: Travel 5301.. Service. 30 X. Pine PIIDM >-16 0.

J. and thrown gladioli flanked with silver I white and Negroes according to home. Quiet ,secluded pleasant sur- ELECTRIC CLEANER lin n'-M ,
.. ., "* s1 Church sun parlor were open,I candle roundlnns. 2-2508. HAVANA and Nassau by boat rplane. outlet for genuine Been part I

ti *...r.r .f Sprtac en suite and beautifully decorated holders with white tapers. I Bradshaw and complete schednle FULFILL YOVR BOY'S greatest desire Call Orlando Travel ServIce For modern pkea arrvie ta) *1 ?

.. tat gsWMrsHaoa, Nra.j with gladioli asters. roses and Silver compotes holding green and I win be posted on bulletin 'On top of the world" Camp- lit E. Central; dial 9504. ; -
1 *.. to tfaargt cat terbrra daisies. Guests were white mints and a miniature bride : boards erected for this purpose. Mount Mitchell for Boys. ) UXINOroLad71eam.18th. June txa. BambJNdw a>*4 so HWELECTRICAL a* JH"Jg w
Take
N. C. We shall be at Burnnwf lady passenger sharexpenses. REPAIRIISO sad .
f c .... greeted by Mrs. Al Lee and Mrs. and groom graced the table's end. i 'The station will be open to' Orlando. some ten days. Box 489. Winter Garden. wiring Can 4114. Mtfiefnettrtcal .... i

I qfc fill a.uhuU.Ohlo. Herman Morris and directed to Fruit punch was served from a meet all buses." he said. "We have i iI .. Beeson. Director Coach N. H Pep.; NEW YORK-Woman driving wishes Coauactor

the line by Mrs. H. W. beautifully table Mrs. been making the arrangements for per. lady or couple to help drive and i'uRNrnU-HOUnaY; ,
receiving appointed by
: ...., Und I GO BIG OAME FISHING In Florida .. share expenses.! leaving. Jane 23. tthlna. 4 pIece. bidrssal .... -...e.JrrJ.
w f.... 1 i tWrvtsMv Rucker.In B. L. Perkins Jr., and dainty green this new terminal for some time. I .. best .uriah water with CapCCarter Write 518 8-Star 142.M. > lIne MVIM ream eel.

I I .. .*.* La Oty Air the line in the living room''and white sandwiches and other I Soft drinks and the usual merchandise : nationally known fisherman* NEW: YORK- u1D1I June 1$. Rooat up_Pauls_Repair t n!!a Pn. 344p1.
served Mrs. found in bus stations will on his twin motor boat "Buckeroo for_two rldera._Pbone 2-7912- FCRNITDRX Rrplnzt"Pee..
Mrs. Miss refreshments by
:, I .. .. to** plif | ea th* tOrJ'T were Beck. .Whigham. were : Now U the time for sailfish and RIDE RESERVATION Upholstery SKo*. Reae* *bl*. *..
: ... d ...IuiU. and MoUrM the bride-elect's mother. Mrs. | John Hughes.Miss Katherine Wig- be available. dolphin. Write or wire Cant. Carter niland Travel Bureau.BUSES 30-8un-East pert' workmanahiai Work I..'.*... I

.... _..d wUI ,besmts Porter Whigham and the bride- 1!I I gins. Mrs. Gene Harrison. Miss c phone o The Stuart Lighthouse 8128 Stuart. :Fla. or Pine. Phone 5301.17.Hauling Free. eattaate 2301 B. Wsaarttl i
groom-elect's mother. Mrs. T. W. I Jean Harper Miss Martha Wight 8895FCRNITURX
lWulouItitthd Osceo/o/ County'Instruments
I AM NO LONGER responsible for REPAIRED .
sad rf*
..... M _s. the BAPMasagj Jones. Music, was played throughout Miss Elizabeth Fite. Mrs. C. E. any debts contracted by Parker and Moving lobed like new Catlnrts a4 ..

'. t*< 'n** art brine the afternoon by Mrs. F. E. Benton and Mrs. Beck's daughters Filed Business Service. Signey. 8. K. Levy.fwnJTNOT'be AERO MAYFLOWER TRANSIT CO. .r'er. Tindatl PvmJtv Cb- S9U M,
Bob and Mrs. R. R. Pippin. : Mrs. Emmett Clark and Mrs. Wil- I responsible for debts -Long distance moving. Call Joiner Oasap.Ca3l *54*.
Jw4S Radgt. IffrOradr Florid Industrial Commission to L Sand
>
snss contracted other than .
by anyone Van and Storaite service for free FLOOR
= $*4 IM Pt.. R. Mrs. Beck was gowned in light liam Neville of Eufaula. Ala. i R C Ledbetter tax Hen. myself..' B. B. Barber. estimates; also local moving storage., dallied! aAIfDIJIIG-rIIdIIIIM.AH Aasertran now fltlil.Spa.).
Bob Z Rsmrtck to Atlantic Coast Un
",J 9 iAv4 conduct' th blue crepe of Grecian effect. Miss i Approximately 150 guests called Ry Co order of removal. JENNIE: GAL-Folks who say they packing crating and shipping. 1400 Modem diotlea. e qsIesM ...
Whigham in a light blue full' to honor the bride-elect. Junes R Stockton to Ray .Clement K cant get rid of moths give me a 8. Division: ph. 1988. guaranteed Urmsed. beaded PreWt -
I
eM
... : aftHMaDa U\1 .1 sat of mtc. laff. All you need to do k use ALLIED VAN LINES. INC_Nation's service. Has* Floe ertt6 tm.Ph '
T-- ......... D A Smith et nx to American TelePhone *- Berlou Johns Hardware and Paint largest movers of household goods. 2-1370 I 4
of Store. 2208 Edgewater. PS. Berkra Is Call Fidelity Storage St WarehouseCo. RiANDlNOrtaIaIIl'" p71eiallie ,
.wil OMUA till and Telecraph Co right warrant
M ppco ( guaranteed 5 years with one aw>Uratlon. for free estimates on your Iou Peaua-Aeal "' .....L Mexpcrtenr
.. .... ...... Ti1y for the Miss\ Steed X-ray Survey William :J Weiner at 1IX to Stewart M distance movtnc. 56-61 W. Jackson Er.. *. MoOns ees16est.Work

(' lapeW$ pMH*,r sinks.WiiMisIP.Cit1ps.nd Peters et ax deed. MEN. WOMEN! Old at 40. 50 60t St. Phone 2-3184. gvaraatved: Lit ana*. Pro g4servlre.
Plats Cattle Co to American Tel and Want to feel peppy years younger? C. R. Bark. 1S1. .
Tel Co right of way rant. Ostrex Tonic Tablet pep up bodies FILL YOUR NEEDS FLOOR 8.tNDlDi7Ni'idPrompt
|**aH> M Uf K C\ lp. and HOlloree't Results Seen'Disappointing I Homer Ett et nx to American Tel and lacking Iron; also contain vitamin seme Modem ***tavent -
t) Tel Co raM of war rant. Bl. cslclum.Be delighted with newpen THE EASY WAY EsUblbned
portable malt.
fatam tttf .-. .... tt.lawct u. 1.1Co : power -
Battle Bass to American Tel and
or money back. At all druggist ...
'is ..... .......,. At Tea right of war grant.Jamee -in Orlando at W.isr.ena and Me- Dial 4161 bonded l35.SkIBed; tnwrrd. -works* ee*.*..
M Johnston affidavit.Model m.heef
Ortnood Elroys Pharmacy. facing Co. PbM :
I .. lUMm I Land Co to Lonnie Harrry w .be bees ........, ettingtrslWbd Lonnle Harvey et nx to Pelton Harvey .
(Sew..I! to The Snidery Sentinel-Star [Speciol: to The Sundoy Sentinel-Storl) Wd '

M* B. P OWe kn SD.D.IEE-One of the nicest SANFORD-The 10-day tuberculosis I let B al L wd.Eteea et M to George Edgar Steen Mrs. Norris English !!I Music

"' I.:' n1itn4, Ohio.been a affairs formal of tea the Summer honoring season Katherine was !'{I chest X-ray survey in i I''wd B L Steea et u to Robert Let Steen Group I Ball"I'.......

g. she I B L Steen et to George Edgar Stern
Seminole County brought only ox
Steed bride-elect of Orlando given j
-.... .u..r. Un Aana I wd.. I Entertains Visitor : Plans Drive
by Mrs. Harry Dale Mrs. Nelson 2.922 persons to avail themselves !I Stella Thicker et al to 0 8 marker wd Ferguso
.... ISM wtuwd Ie Morfolk.'It. 1 Lola Thacker CowdreT et ux to 0 8
and Mrs. Miles
Mskinaon. Sharp. j of this free service for the' fight '.
Th
I c
'ChMhbm at the beautiful Colonial Wlnn I O L B'Dh':: et nx to .0 8 Tntckir Bridge Club Honored For MembersSoecioJ
.... ., of home Tuesday. i I against TB out of an estimated \lets deed. i NII/l/itlls/ S.

<*>4...**Bf 9 t* VstlUnt her i 10,000 tests. Dr. Frank 1.. Quill- j \ John W Waldrop discharge. I

pM* It* MS] 101,., J. ChamHi A lane group and Orlando of Miss friendswere Steed'sKissimmee 1 man.health unit director declared 1'Stein Travis et Tlr* Branson wd. etc et nx to Elizabe'h: [Special to The Sundoy. Sentmel-Sforl! [ISpecmf to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] [ to Tr.1 Sunday SenN StstlSANFORDlOct f sl4 OrT > ",' ....

.... Hay Anderson et nx to Nathan Porter KISSIMMEE Mrs. Cecil F. SANFORD Mrs. J. .
yarvey ; 27 .is set fo?
greeted by Mrs. M. W. Over- I .
....t ..ithMrs.Roy yesterday. : mt* dee&Lswrecd Norris entertained the Monday ... a.. .....
street of this city and Mrs. Irwin : Lee tt nx to Barry Lee Tufts I Pickup of London England was'' the opening date for receipt of'
S! tt* **' Mi*. O J. SotIth.&bessaabmiIneMIs. Ingram of'Orlando. as door host- 'j This work was most disappointing ; et VI wd. 1 1I j i I night bridge club this week. High i honor memberships for the Seminole flabij' ....5... es ..
I guest at an informal
waAft fcavt gone to ," he said "when it is to Ida Jane Simmons ado to Jesse L score was won by Mrs. R. Elmo mom- County Civic Sl... S 8clv. -
Muse
> The line of the Assn.. and the I
Martin "d.
fSSf 1. receiving et 1IX- tI _
.. f. I Annie Lou Dayvolt to David J Dayvott Griffin with Mrs. J. R. Gunn sec t ling party at the Oak Ave. home of drive will last week .
honoree. her mother Mrs. W. J. necessary to discover both new : one only. Pro. .iN -- tDvicM .. .
Steed also of Orlando and tile and old easts which are in the :final C Ctlesti decree. Orr to Burt AlveH et HX sat I I.ond.Others I her aunt. Mrs. E. D. Mobley. H. H. Coleman said yesterday.Miss .... ..
L ...
IIftdt present were the Mmes.M. .... ..
S IesS rr4ay.1 three hostesses formed just inside I county in most cases entirely of mtr. i Thursday when she was greeted Katherine Brock. Civic .. .
Kii Wsfler I Iras K: Hague to James Z Mosley et E. Eldridge George Gardner. aM Mrs P "
-1 ts vuiungUNtffe Music w "'-
representative met with Uw id
the arch leading into the spacious I unknown to the victims. ax wd. I E. C. Grissom Jr. Prator : by many of her girlhood friends' ..
Gilbert
unit Row Hill Cemetery to James I Mosleyet local officers Thursday and plans weIt. 4 .
i 1- parlor and sunporch of the lovely "Of course. the mobile can- flepFini .
: M. W.
.. .... fttutNU died cd Overstreet. William Prather.
rtan HX
were laid for the
home. The gracious rooms en suite. not work In the rain and the recent -. here.Mrs. coming season M
lira Edith: 8 Dicksoa et vir to GeraldP I Scott Norris. W. G. Ray. and III Cen 1- ..
few rwwctscut borne. Pickup was accompanied by Mrs. F. E. RoumiQat
with lovely bouquets of roses asters rains did hurt to some extent Cartmeil wd. accepted the
1 fife .... HaS of DeLand has and gladioli artistically placed i I, in securing a better survey of the :. Oeor.el Patrick et. ax to 'Pint National i Lawrence Rogers. her daughter Clara whom she chairmanship of the campaign and AlttMaT CfcoV vMiMr .. .....
Bank deed.Florida
Is'i* mm .! MM lima Maguen.wf made a charming setting for Negro sections." Dr. QuiUman said.; State tote Bank to Ira Tossie et ax I brought to America to visit with all present officers agreed to hold MM. Mr P4 p.m. "

.* **a. l"..... Ave the affair. During the afternoonMrs. "However we hope to profit by sat of mtt. E. her parents Mr. and Mrs. S. D. i' their various positions throughanother Or.... e., p,5 -.r .-..
t H P Banknlght\ ax to 8 ).ttnervsMorgan J. Lupfers
.. U. ti. trdevant. shoitiMes.LvtsLL.s. bets Pv -
Eb season. ... SM
Jones sang. numerous experiences have had mtg deed. Pittman of Tampa. This is her ... _

kaM ***. ..... In the large dining room froma this time and hope that the next I Ruth Marie Rinaman et nx to Citizens first trip home since the war. She 1!i When the work gets underway. -= ==:

b HM .Is* tfcintttf ta attend a beautifully appointed table centered -I survey will be more successful. State Samuel Bank J Tount mtc deed.et nx to David P Nona I Give Barbecue has been living in England Jar 10 Coieman] said letters will be sent'to t ..a .

21 uirnPBuio* st the St. .with a bouquet of white carnations I bringing out a more representative Jr etivx wd years. all last seasons! members giv It.- MIl ..4as. :
A.hi 8dMoL PromPsSomHnbetwIIoWed. DaVid P Nona et nx to Pint Federal ing them an opportunity to H..... 1M ..
gladioli and calantheand coverage than we have just received mtc deed Party rooms were brightened'with renew ..

lighted by the glow from long ." he concluded.Hugh Sam L Lopfer Jr affidavitHarry J. E. Lupfers beautiful yellow daylilies their membership before new mem It fIt ,..,. .90iu...
t -. .se t* speed th* Sum- P Thompson et to First Federal bers will be free
_ 1 white tapers in silver holders, I mtg deed nx from the Mobley garden. Present considered. Last years Mt ..... 11# ....

.. guests were served rolled and open- vernon Potts to LeVer U Thompson [Soecial to The Sunday Sentinet-StarJ I were the Mmes. G. W. Spencer. members totaled 700 and capacityof .$1 90iSs4 ir SM ..

M II* tfatf Mi. l.hrdDunkon faced sandwiches cakes nuts and Geigers et vx wd. KISSIMMEE-Mr. and Mrs. J. I Fred Bell Wallace Ben. W. A the auditorium .Is only 900. PSS4ImMe J... p = -

s M *|nMM. U and Un. Norftaujtii mints with delicious iced punch. America Stanley croP C Nicholas and ch Hits'et al to XT 8 of E. Lupfer entertained friends witha ",dams. Troy Ray William Ball Therefore It Is the belief of the' IIM rn... .... 1. c)

1i i .... and dtdm were Assisting were Mrs. W. B. Mak- Cecil L Mathia to D 8 of America. crop barbecue Friday. 1 G. A. Speer. HarrY Woodruff. Ava committee that very little work afl05paNei. .... ... -

IMP.* MM 1 ta TttutvtU. Inson Jr. Miss Angle Lee Makin- : EntertainSon and Augustus ch mtg.0 Mann to 0 S of America I Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Law ,! Wright Davis. and T. L. Wilkinson. will need be done to secure ...... ... ___

Me.SMeeA.L.carkbsve on. Miss Esther Dale. Miss Loyce crop and ch nit;. rence Rogers Mr: and Mrs. H. C. capacity membership. MasMrs. ....... ..... ..
..... ... ..Hr ftrl*>buai home Johnston of Kissimmee and from Wife .City order of Kissimmee to State of :Florida Piano Mrs. Bertha Womack. Mrs. I' Mrs. Pickup returned to Tampa Dinner at the Mayfair Inn for ra F W. ...

.. sqb ....u Av*. Orlando Miss Alice Steed and etJt' M Penney} to J X Penney nit of A. W. Bailey. Bill Bailey Mrs. J. Friday for Father's Day but will'i' the officers and workers wilt be' AJJttI ..

swI ...datra. Jo* VUtackntunisl Miss Patricia Jones. mtc N. Rogers Mr. and Mrs. L. M. held the night of Oct 27. j 51.4'5
I return her .
Doric Taylor to Consolidated Naval with daughter to continue .
5*.. from deanrater Speciol to The Sunday Sentinel-Star Stores Co relca,.. Stevens. Dr. and Mrs. Wilson Lancaster her visit here later. .Isse. J.. .1 e. U. ...

1M ....... Realty Board To Meet KISSIMMEE Mr. and Mrs. Fred L Beck et ox to Lillian G Smith Johnny Summers Dwight, : Woman'sC1ubDelegates ..... ... ...... .. -
M *. CMnbrr ., Commerce Hugh S. Geiger Jr. are spendingsome .cd. I i and Pat Lupfer. W" II .
Lniiaa Q Smith to Fred L Beck et ax j ruT
ptMM. were discussed for Tomorrow 'I time here "visiting his partents. I 5.
at Sanford cd.J Warren- ssb... .... ..
=: .
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H Steffee et to Richard! Sm'th
S. ax
a* .M entrance of the I Dr. and Mrs. H. Geiger. I Wes .
G. ..... 'beMrs.
(Spfrol to The Sunday Sentinel.Storl mla right and royalty transfer H. Prathers
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is vacation from EmoryUniversity.
.... Iee.i the good ,aterrvty Hugh on Consolidated Naval Stores Co to Am Ttl I
... e.4l.., cpota SANFORD-Board of Realtors and Tel Co right of way (rant. I II U':1.:

-. j l..w meet Monday night at the ,'I Mrs. J. N. Rogers of Pensacola I Albert Fettle 0 Gadouas to Ruth et Fertie 1IX affidavit.Ned order HonoredAt jOwnbyNuptials To Leave -.. ,
Mayfair
Inn with I
two out-of-town arrived here Thursday to visit herOn Edna Bennett to Lester I Bennett ord>r. -
i realtors Norman C. I State of Florida to Harwell Tyson order
Mrs. Gardner Hamilton. Lawrence and family. i '
I Told
(Soetnl' The .
i second district (2): to Sunday Sen***) W! 'fh.rulta.
vice-president of i iI I, Lt. Col. and Mrs. J. E. Lupfer State of Florida to Harwell Trios EC- j Dinner DELAND- Leaving next week .

To ,' ham.Daytona executive Beach secretary and Violet of Dun-the I.i 1 Jr. and sons returned to Kissim- I rice State of appeaL of Florida to Harwell Tysoa motion .. [Soecnl to The Sunday Senrtncl!.Star! !for New York to attend the convention

Hostess mee today after spending some : and order. .1 Special to The Sundoy SentmcI-Storl' DELAND-Mr. and Mrs. Quincy i of the General Federation EntcrtaliiiBridge
Florida Association of I
Realtors '
as i I time with Mrs. Lupfer's parents Lesley Brown to Pint Federal Sat tots
honor guests. : in with to make I k IlDd Loaa mti deed. I KISSIMMEE Mr: and Mrs:'!L. Ownby are today announcing'the I of Women's Clubs and give their
Club I! Tampa plans Margaret W LandU to P E Morzanet Ellis F. Davis entertained for Mr. marriage of their daughter.support to Florida's candidate for
Meeting Will begin at 7 !
Bridge IlL,1; their home here. I al final tudcmentla I'
,
Barbara Jack T. Warren.
{I Jean to the office of Club
and Mrs. G. H. Prather second vice-president
and an invitation is extended to j I I Mrs. Harry Dale left Saturday re. adoption of Brenda Joyce Coi i with, a
of Mr. and Mrs. E. T.Warren
lIne final of the
decree.J dinner son -
party Tuesday night. Federation are several
,"""t..1 tor' all realtors and real estate sales- :: : .. .. .
k"- for Gainesville. where: slid plans M Johnston to C W Bressier-Ptttls I ,. .
I of Chicago an4 formerly residents members
The of _
the
occasion In honor of DeLand '
was Women's
of *
K.Lu1z Illffh score attt men the county to attend. ., to attend the Summer session ot order of dismissal.Dorlada '
1' Burnt to C W Bnue-Pet I Mr. and.Mrs. Prather's 37th wed- of DeLand. Club and the Twentieth Century 8ANfOSD -... D ..
if4f rtCTtwoo' bridge dub the University of Florida.Mr. i! order of dismissal.A I The marriage was Performed by i iI Club. was bes4i90
'I' ding j
I II anniversary. Covers laid
*M MM tHT Un. CJ &flrt Oayiord.i Home Nursing Course and Mrs. Ellis F. Davis : of dinmissal.P Crosby to C W Bressler-Pei'.is order I for 11, and those enjoying were this I I, the Rev. Hubert Etheridge ia.Kingland. I II Delegates from the Women. : tQ 1r:

.* twst ef Mrs. Otorgt Card- Scheduled at DeLand returned Tuesday from St. Peter- T 8 Parks to C W Bressler-Pettts *rdtof I affair were Mr. and Mrs. Prather.Mr. ., Ga.. May II. Club are Mrs. John Holder. Mrt
I..K>M Oat vcek. Second I burg where they attended the dismissaL I .c.-
pig and The couple will leave )J. W. _
I Ed Brockway et al fo C W BrestlerPettls Mrs. Lester Ivey Mr. and young -Bussey. Mrs. Alva William _
%M .O5 Iff Un. Uvreoc Rogers. I x*
*5 j M ** W Mrt. Mite Sharp. DELAND-.A coursein home i of Amenqa.\ Davis was guest to First Veraon Federal Potts Savings sat of silL and Loan Awn Marion-Ellise Davis and Johnny I they will spend the Summer. .Holder is the club's official Mrm.boat Jot.-. ..

ta usiolteld! uw tfurnooniMma. nursing will begin here June 24 under I speaker at the banquet Saturday LaVern M Thompson et ax to First.National Rocker. Mrs. Warren is a student at De- tess. / .,If hub ... .

aa.,. ..4ad'd. aN E. P.t Instructorship of Mary Lauvisl. I night at the Soreno HoteL Bank mt; deed. Land High School where she will Delegation from the '
Martha M Elliott t. Ralph 0 Mouth *tax Twentieth :
tv* OrUnn. Cd Nor- county health .head nurse. accord- Capt. and Mrs. R. P. Zoppi and
..ew. | I sat of mtc. ode deed. graduate next year. i;Century Club include*Mrs
"' III W. OefitIflt Scott: NOit Ing to Red Cross officials. Those son Dennis are in* Cambria. Calif, Ralph 0 Smith e"ax to Barry Rrtfera la re' adopUoa ef KabfH limsms Mr. Warren was graduated from |Thomas official Qeort* :. ,

&. Wiaa* fTaUwt. W. O. Ru.JhIn Interested in enrolling In the two- I with his parents. He is in terminal et ax sit; deed.Sue Chapman interlocutory er&rCalrto DeLand High School and served Fannie delegate Mitt J .
Bigger
I. Andrews et vir to calvin K Warden Walton to LIbel Walters ..tdr.I [ Mrs. R E. la.t t ipR&
Ik& MakiMea. J. hour twice-weekly course are requested leave and plans to reside in wdWUliatn. the i
Dwio. ala K Bark et al to feaorf: S DIeT rtax with Coast Guard during the Mrs. E. C. Davis. Mrs. J. w7oer-
W* Hick- to contact the Red Cross Florida after his discharge"lrom t Onaaby et az to John J wd. 1
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It f..1nk1' he). J Jiff Brent et nx wd. I war. He plans to enter Stetson'1Unlyerslty retson. Mrs. V. W. Gould
Nathan Porter 19 i } UcKetbea eoa- Jr
eM 14. .. Otlltlf J or the County Health Office. i the Army Air Corps. John J Brut et ax to Alice C StnarT tract for .... ia the Pall. 1.i M.iss Loutte Forer .T .and,i,]


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It?**! .. 1: II.:- ArUeles for Sale i Ir I 13. Articles for Sale I I 33. Articles for'Sale j I 33. Articles for Sale t33. Articles tor Sale j'I 17. FertniMra and Solis I, li. Ap.rtBB,tiU fgT Real I *i 4 i

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ANTTQCE Estat* and art piece, j f ELECTRIC SAW-Portable. New 9 In.I I HEDGE TRIMMER-Electric, new. *. PIPE -Portable lock Joint and a1 i TYPEWRITERS Underwood Port- TOBACCO STEMS We have B*lud WASKPIOTOII ST- 1H1 .< I ream t :
'II- sWfwW 4 Oft-**] Bat* plates jerg Beery: 11 Ma- f I Wanat. For ImmedlAt deliver Can I I below retail price. 100 W. Wash Joint for grove and farm .I I ables. .... champion modeL With I quantitIes of eat tobacco stems eflktstney Os la**. A**** afaVTniiFi J

(rawer Aarade._ .. Willard Kelser SPAiN Tbeaug I la.to.phone 1454.__ tl Florida Pip .Supply Co43O Utralatot key. ImmedIate delivery. *.lyUns S'. potash These are 55.4.un.uweei'E IXJS
.. ew. 'I block In Celonlaltown: S136.I : ; 6111 I 113.08 plus Federal tax Check with Ideal for groves and ferneries. Also ? ? ii
7S BmtWl
15 I, "*
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COlfDmOI'm-rer room ar i UZATZRB-Oil burning. AU sizes. I
IpVljPjPprthefariu George Stuart 13 B. Main phone almost a complete fertiliser for sweetpotatoes
.tIas .., aeliame:
arTlc. la **od coadltlea. Reasoa4bi 1 I ELECTRIC FANS Just received Prom 175 UP. Orlando Appliance or home. Big for (11 w wkiM BM1
n.aM. Phone |, I 4537. I pwro and See 1'151. Write detleered prices lie. asS far II..-._ 41.1. I f
1-2441. Mr. Larman. I shipment. See our stock and eom- Co. 210 N Orange Ave Phone I new used. ourI A. M. Prevttt. Box 17. SevtUe. Fla
I i par. Smyth Lumber C*.. .. Orange I Stock Farm ft Home Machinery Ca.I I TILE your bath and kitchen ta rustproof ,I! Phone 2104. 31 erfREXT UO4 raama"rerrltefatM J
I ..W.u- ATTIC PAN-34-1*,with'liD: H-P o.r.1 I I Ave and Railroad t( BAN SAWS-1-polnt. 2.U IS.I I I 430 W. Roblnscn. I Permatile; free estimates.Permatile I' 05.5145 .: f I
:r tar, Used but I IIO Stores Co. 25 E. Pine. Phone 'I PAINTING EQUIPMENT_Complete I of Central Florida. 2323 N.I : APPROXIMATELY 1000 dt of dirt. ;Iraala facilttMa asS sS31o SmO.
r r:1. tkaa fteaaeaabl. Ph. nil ar 3d I ELECTRIC IRONS-"G. Proe-', I free to so.er. Phone 2-32S2. 1
M..p i..t ._. 0ss Av*. !1 tor" ""Universal" J travel 2.316. ,, spray painting equipment with I I Orange; 6544.ThRPAAJLINS1Z *4as.reuleseat raMdealgj .SI?, I '

& tA n.-. I Irons Johnson's Electric Co. 23 E.Charch I :I trader ladder etc 110 Aidn. Kisi __ itT
AJIMT CAMP GOODS Poldlna cats.II ;: Ph 51M HOIST-2 boom. 2 InC operated cable. i slmmeei i mated Bites os. 7 canvas Si 10. till.12x14. specially 3$. nanta. Flower and Reed 1I $PS4VM WOMAJI .S *'. as ag}

IS; "nu. 13.75.; camp ZLECTRICWATLIICOOLER&-.Can .llee complete i PIANOS-Studios aorteht; 1125 ; ISxlt. B. Goodrich. Car panseB4 .*. rt a4 gatsMkj a ai
wvet. teats, themoa lass, foot ,'I deliver at once. 10 gaL sise new and lower and ran be I' and up. Will aDe. RoU Music I land and Robinson Ave.TRAILZRPo.r.wbeel. i I AZALEAS cut flowers artistic table women Fb. * swiveled. Holmes. Holler Chtrra- i deroratloas. We wire .."". JeAun -
arkerti daffl bss. Msny Items
new 'II. .
at Morgan E- 1235 41 W. Central 24142. | 111 W. I Co. 531 N. Oranre: 633. with .. 's Florist formerly KHttnser MODERN 1 ad J t.Ssfapsilaeas
Salvage. 41 |' lL "& I sprlnca.Bed
iN..SJ..no bSL" j jANTIQCK ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS-30 PAINT-Now available. Master W I 16 Vs7.; net 4* .. lit* 64 E. Central: 4643_ .- a**>*'etM : I
I
1 outside 1498 gaL srp4o4 .
: and 40-galloa: also gas 30-gallon .lio. per tires. Lake '
: la O' Th. Woods Chicks AUSTRALIAN PIN each peat
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and saadera piece at aueWaa i water heaters. Bnmby Hardware. 102 BEAT available 13-Inch \cir I Roebuck .. ph. 9813. Comile north at peas Taffra" sos on WInlor
Maltland oa SOc ba eoatalotr. shrub
) every Thursday night. 7;15pa : U'30. Orlando ; your .
; W. Church. hru I POWER LAWN MOWER A linost Dew' Rt 17-9.
.: CaaMgnaent solicited. Raera Co. 141 and W... ._ !1 piantg' Closed Sundays. Coloalsl
AIKIIo_,. Dealing Auction ELECTRIC PANS-Several types at Best otler W. Washington 5$. Nursery U06 1. ColonIal_ TSM: 5wse '
TRUMPET
:: Sate: Ca.. Church.; 2- U4.A Kelvlnator Dept Bumby Hardware HEDGE SHEARS "rTemPr Phone C4MI ',i .-Telephone Perfect condition 4111. Seaonsble. CALADICMS. fancy leaf. man vs.riretea. -r Ass
Cslveobte.wfttgx 5N'mu 15 ..5.555 -
102 W. Church I hedge shears. 12 81. Sto. -
brilliant eolora. 4 toe (Ior
Wf1QOu4laaCIomD.
g for the .. I I VACt7U3&"lR3.-vnigersar 5. .. S. .- Se
ELiCTRIC IRONS-AII\omatlc. j.Co 25 E. Pne. P..e 2-3163 I II 25 for SJ. Ale potted plant ) GAc1t-Uotps rmAtere "
I a__. Entire stock reduced t* i control .
I I I with aU Se,5.pqo -
t 111 attachments Bumby Hard-
\ .* S.agza 4***. ". Carntr 111 South ItS 8U ; Universal. Proctor. Samson. : HAND 10 point Ham. I PUMPS. PUMPS PUMPS I ".1'.. 102 Wet Church. Unusual and ext/e Mall order (ill.I hiteMS .- .
swiiMBncB
lAw *o4 di. i r
1\ .. Uesaarg. Plarld. Bumb Hardware.102 W. Church..zLrcriuc t mets. drills.Wyckoffs I !I ed. L. 8 Gardiner. Pin Castt Oad laratta*. Mearf rwfwatjmlie et ,
pl.nN.lfttr. i See the latest In shallow wen YVSZTIANBLI1IDS-3days delivery. Phone 2.IIU."OCSTnA So ekiteres, pees. > laa sa iwa '
!. REFRIGERATOR. KelI Hdw. 2524 :
--_. -- AUTOMATIC WATER HIATTR3ioctna -- I! vlnator 175 cash. 904 OlendonJa- j i i The BObbins and Myen 1ml. I Why bay cheap blind when you DEUCIOSA Africa N. .-.., 4.. : : ,

". "10: 30 and 40 gallon. Drive j HAIR band I marvel. W* have them In stork. .1 I I eel get the best for just a Sew casts II 1 violets funeral deswna. eon see U "i mit: "1eaet is sa51t

.. '...Ur laaeaiata*. lastallauon.Limited auantitr but tip*CPoPle.lo.L Bomb i i er wanted Llbby and Freeman. o more* Made In Orlando by Charles .. and wedding Pee*. Js Oardeaa.23H ream. tars tad itSots05 Waalafwr $554.55 a-
Convenient ELECTRIC WATER HEATER Tabletop Church. : at 1802 Edgewater Dr., ph. 2-O455.
Hardware. 102 W. Church.I i W. '
N. r ortv Can 1pmmHrt
WlCard Kelaer. Voru washing machine. 1321 19th Orsntej1727_. .tewt
*t8f Block ,CalonlalUva dial Street I I HOME PRTEZKRS-.Kelvlnstor. now I II VACUUM CLZANKR-Premlir.new PAPAYA PLANTS aid lOc aa" Potato BCD t3$ WOMAN to aajae* *
Caa. :;. t I! ELECTRIC PCMPS.-Goulds Balanced available at Bomb Hardware. Keli I brash and cord. 118. Phone 20411. via**. K* limit Ph. 4130 J. PBrowne. .5-r.es sSerP.a'.r Ji>- 0e'I v's-al 5. I

B ***taa4 .. Arne PANS *. -c lectrU range :, Flow Jet. Also Deh-o. eta-Site. i vinator Department. 102 W. Cur' VENETIAN BUNDS Custom kilL 200 E. Ptaetoeh_ a'-hed with s5u54
[ ajar** ._. ,. II
Special Sac
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1.
ft.
aad beaten. Deep freezers Wyckoffs Hdw. 2524 KuhLI | per so. Five-day Ha'O'B8rii
water HOT WATER HEATERS 6. 10. 20 ** se..etion. 31
**.*** Bewwa I PTOI7S. WELLS. WATER SYSTEMS d.U. .
97U.aa I RadbQl Venetian Blinds
1 Ca1836
FJB. 4 IUa fay KXrtBUStNBU
fat aB praeaia. Orlando Sal* A I ZLECTRIC: REFRIGERATOR, 30 and 40 gallon capacity. Orlando I beautify your boss*. Museelwalte5arseriea a. a
$ SOC N. Oraage dial 3- Appliance Co- Inc. 210 N. I IA I I HoUenbeck Dr.? phone 2-4167. HE. Pnncetan.
wOTOLaTIBT .is..d .rvk1 ing bouse. 7H ... ft. Perfect con Orange Complete. No down > .
0 "* Aptat4 04M dilLon Also 4 burner large even Y P11one4337.ICE I months to pay P'7.nt. 3 VE.NETIANBIJNDS-Factory ondor WOMAN.- baa*
c- .J AID COXDmONER .0. Falr- range Call 191434.ILECTRICALWIRE14i2. BOXI3-Excellent condition 50- N. Garland; 6332.W1.m OakJ' .1 I production. We otter aluminum 3>. LJTfstocte and _Sapplirt wSI e* *4a ar anal
n.t slat blinds 0. let Pa 1314542Ir1ALYOWW
aanks-Marse Used only 4 months. and 12/2" lb. capacity. Porch r 509 8.Osceola. I[ any size Soc per sq.
Bayta .. be InatUti t.n ; ft at factor;. Immediate delivery: sale T-eMi awn**
I "*." larger Can seen Entrance cable boxes and reeept'cln. i I I i Also COW- nd rslf. fresh la: 3
for nest few dars at wooden available. We make (! heifer, fresh > laraa* (MO mgnt> Pvaat lg>
fa** amm.t. H. B. Parrish Hardw.,. 220 j ICE BOX-Coolerator. capacity. 'PINO&etil Something) I Ii i estImates at no obligation. Orlando ay. Jent roan *
Ore*** Pa*. Oa BtrWr 1241 N. S Oranse. Phone 1-1141. 10 l. fillies. 3 yrs aid: greea broken Paul phnt 2-TM-
lot. Please .
telephone 2
I studio model' Venetian Blind lift. "
Co. 173
pTa*.. 10. .IU : a Harris 621 S. Late,. Winter Oar- CJTT TWb aajTUa
m i roam 0J *
ELECTRIC : volume Ku11L8059.
REFRIGERATOR A-1 INTER-COM SYSTEM-Gives you Instant and ton that will surprise I I den Fl..
i condition. Price 1125. See at 52S control of you. Outstanding value at 1675. I''VALVES-Giobt <7 (-raw*) Mark fniigjjlil 0acr
$. J 5., ATTIC PAN-&' Cheap; 2-1493. ji iI j I|I W. Tale Ave I enables you. to speed e." department production! I,I Come and It. Miller, the Wtst- H. H. Parrtsh.and 220 gate 8.An Orang sixes. j''OOAT&-4woodal: 10. Ideal far eiea- lead at mNk.Seal iv jmg

at 145 I I log land: (3 per bead Take I wT Ejtat .ta4 __ _
csi .JaJt ELECTRIC PERCOLATORS-114 95 get more work done. Fla, Business 'I lD.boa 1.1 labank. I Phone 2.1541.VE7ETLkN '
P55 S.4 i hay fISOUZR&"WaIk.ORid.0315.I$1 to 124.95. Bnmby Hardware. 102 W. Equip Co. 390 N. Orange Ave. 5454. I I Winter I I all: tall- 2-3650. WCHASf.Pta > g>i.
BLINDS
: The
I Sri this week. Bumbf Church. PLAST3.RINGTROWZLS-Oenuine I ben cost MILK COWS--r-e-three eallMUPleas LaMe sad .vatar l ero.a0ot .
nsxm Installed
r.i sis VITiIUD .. II....,. 141 W Church._ ZLECTRIC FANS- -See the Meter air floors LiNOLEUM and sink tops.- A ydonn 1 1 1I II I "M.rlbaUto. XtraLJte llv and ,:. Orlando.no more Ph.at 95MWASHING Adams.. 919 W. CentraL telephone 2-1113' ( I* ( naila Pstm&IASITANUM

$ N4 31 BEDROOM- -Mahogany. filter I 2501 Call I 4>,4. Knox Stores Co. 2 E. Plot. '. pm_ b.c-ns use
window fan. for a better Job. Ut'"e D. 2-121. i i j jI i
I Cd sfls 14754 Innenpring mattress and Many other types. Bumby Hardware. I INSIDE Porch nilemits. Phone 2-3163. I II UACHINES for Inuntdi- REGANS BULL SERVICE-W* ab. te... .. c.ss5.at Small
_. tail springs. Ixll .001 rug almOit 102 W. Church aTAPai. 'I PORCH AND I' ate delivery. Also-Eiectrte Iroatrg. i I haul cow*. Phoa Winter Park 122. bed PIa ISIS .
ten. ftI.r&- : new: .. .... Other Items AU in I .lldow nIW.t. yard I Glider CIM'. IIG&'Chtl&on & Wiggins Ine- 102 1. Garland WINTER PABK-I '
chain I aaa kaas* *>
I drain .
ELECTROLUZ r Had.a
Ic '" ..d: P. .. 5554 CM., *!. 2943 S. Kuhl Av*. ,J,! tioned New hose SWEZPEfl-ftecodt-latest attacnments i sink preb room kn. Ph. 22267. I'I'I I W. Church. BUb I *WATERLESS 49.. Pet Stock and Supplles lak Uea a'J Pat 1 atsaaavBtBatB
.otoreolumblaJ I CLEANER
BICTCLaC-Whlsser WtagS. N last
130 rash 531 Putnam. IRONING selection.Bumby I PUMP-Model AXB 35 per Pwaat Wkatar Pa**
-i Cleans
.DD I
any surface Win
BAR not tort .
3S.sn BOA accessaries aIN heats dutytear Church.KTrCHIjTcABINEtS minute Friend 1350 Niagara I I BOTTOM TERRms BeewUfaLrestcred m eveaSMaWINTER
,ws ..-. .. wheel aad brake. Ala ",'. ELECTRIC FANS-Just received shipment 1150 each. 1 II J JI her hands. .25e. SOc and II. Smith Lorn- ,, ia AKC i. S. Dye**. PAftK BM I tMMtV 4 I
N.
Dst.r Shur Orange
LCo. and .
Devise ... Both in good coa- See oar stock and compare -BuUt by master I I discs. 'l i ii RailroadWASHINa Wildwood Fla. t-
P0S a. .. C... D.t. 110. case rSOS5. cOSPWIP f5.
Smyth Lumber Co.. N. Orange and each. I
Iit'I' tS0S PvSi .ta) alUM Coaiact Buddy Scha! carrier I cnftmaa. 12 Pe Fruit I MACHINE Easygpln"-! COCKER SPANIELS Very fine, J.. aiskaag .

\ at_S-4ta __ R.llre.d.ii i wood i pU Fla I. ncr drrer lood condition. Phone ","\fn4. Cheap Telepnone 49'g
*. IS..Sa SAW-Portable. 12maO.. !' Garden Road Cabinet Shop. Can : 5077. I II W MA* araaa
BOAT:Ply wad7 cau>letly collapal Outside Puta.C.'j I d..c = *
COCKER SPANIELS
ass. B ** 1'1... with 2 extra blades and case. 2-2017. WATER -Extra tO PUPpi Itsais.,5.53155r5.t5 ma
a 4.fta. n. 9171TBlMMIp *. aatckly aad easily folded ,!I 111(5. 100 W. Washington phone 1454. :' I| 1390 gallon. I COOLER-Halsey and'Tay-1 I' **. Blonde male and feaule. ama
br.
KITCHEN CANS Kitchen step-on
sad sk I2S50Church..
gar a** M01 Ne r *_ II Arnold Paint I Ph. | SanforC Fla. .
._. 1 white galvanized in colon 2-3738 : f.ellll'Je. WA.I14onU IT .aWl -.
enamel :
'BB4 .BEDKOOM'sViTE ... dlu. EARRING SPECIAL real bargain: : I II 2-3786 4 4I i iI
; I Or.nl. .
eDS.l. Djetas raaaa- dan* ** Pps
.. close out at SOc. value to 1395. 75. Knot Stores .Co., 25 E. WASHING -
t 5..s 11147HM Carry LePer rut,_.. Bs 70S. Rt_S. i iAatea Herman's Loan Office. 27 W. Church. PIne. Phone 2-3163 I II I I I II I I tor perfect dxarrn': I I I I CHOfUAHA old little PtP.PIZ5-Thre.st.s5.beauuea Begit ereC. raasa FwfBJiai auAtldlaed Alw 4/amaB4JMW '

> .ie4 all* e**. ENGINE-Plymouth 1937. Needs re I LAWN AND GARDEN SUPPLIES SUPPLIES ,er need repairs. 135. >, and *. H p. 809 ZatGsrvisi.COCKIR *4 '
.. good condition.
*. ft M.aba ICYCLZ-.Ma. In built. 331 West Fairbanks Art. I, Lawn mowers sprinkler I PtBING I.I motors; kerosene water beater as mt iaw I com 1'
*.ql,, < fraa Piw ,.. 924 llth Strttt. ,i Winter Park Ph. "-. complete line of b:: H. H plete: 120. Exhaust-f IB and floor I PUPS-AKC. T BiOMtlw tWo 0cIM' *a 11 $ Stews
%n.55'S, 1", .
; galvanized
4-. 'I W CttaMB, 1.1711.rafMM. lC.iR.. with knee I II Fairish Hardware S. Orange I bathtubs. Isvstorie pipe. Toilets.I i I models: 135 Ice refrigerator; Roirei I Paris color; distemper she**. C K Ca apses

*. EsceUeat condition U,. 'i J Ave. Phone 2-1141. I sink All 2-14 6e_ Prlden's. 1280 20th St North Markbaai Hoad. LoMwead.Fla. J s* PML4s5.e'so
= I trimmed. Harper Plumbing
I
1 tOmplt'1 I ,
Fem It. Fhont 2-2909 ,
I.e LAWN good > WATER -' 51555.
ata. FURNITURE FOR SALE-"Kenmor* MOWA lleta' 1137 S Orlando I JUGS-1 gallon .. taunlat- ,
411 Oatrat.atACfrlfil BOAT-New, cypriss: 12 foot with | washing machine. 165; OX." Hand IcldlDI I, Whiter Part Phone 491-M. Aye ed. with or without fane-t. Knox DOGS-cATS. kittea rmr7 ral-Or- seN-s.d 00i5. escaS. lass. .

t : a bit* ash Osr$. 140. L. Brers. 121534tk washing machine. 175: "Zenith" con- known "Eclipse" sharpening. I., Stores Co.. 2S I. pine. Phone 2-1 I lands Human Society. (2T or ass .:- .-r. .
$< OelHd_ Pole radio barsain (45. fiat top office Knox Stores Co. 2 E. Pine. Phone I 3193. 2-J354_ 54..
-._ 1123 de k. (35 7 bedroom suite. 2-3163. I DOGS BOARDED.r .-rilsoel'sod a. Phose 5l1. (a* **v
I SS.rWS.. BJCTCCtlirl a, a. 11. : piece J I POWER MOWERS--New and used MrWoed _.
us tnt,...ter Ave Orwln Manor (125: sofa bed. 135: 4 drawer chest I LUMBER-Cypress. fale. 1 na aJ types. Lowest 9344 ,! I bathed Ruble Small AnlaulHospital
isRMA "POLES-. i' walnut finish (1695. maple twinbedroom I air dried. Sizes lJ 1x4. I I or 121 W. Columbia.prl.a. Ph WXLDIKa SUPPLIES_ 1600 N. Orenir 44$ ..1T1In'liH'r.. .- i >n iajbBMSlaw .
suite new innersprtng mattress 1! Call Winter Park. 191. I es Va* los laamx la*
PaL" B. H. Co I DOG POOD. Dbal aad d.
| *uatat. ASs Hecl4ea PUMPS electric deep and shallow I a 55mu
Or..... and new coil springs. (175. ask MOWERS "P and N" 200 .Amp portable remedies and ..It.. OrgadaXcel gtfahed (. gaaMALI. b
II I, .n. 220 B. I :1.u proven i iII wau. Easy payments nothing down I welding outfits. ,
leg table. (2450
.., CIt*. -.r=: __ box.gate 145: electromaster eoolerator electric stove Ice ,I W* stock the BustI and as little as (5 per month. BcK : Complete welding supplies in stock Store.. Dial 2-3524._ j' ( .a1iIiiIIIi.- -

--.x--: Mt" .Ow-.cm New, "pi.. bargain (75: S-piece breakfast set by Hardware. 10 W. Chll I'many Well Drilling Pump Supply .i Distributor and of Lincoln welding machines HILL HORSE MEAT.. ae IN- 5511isrUalssla.0 -_ _

Ill 1$. Ow_ Furniture C,.. 341'' (2250; wood cook rang. (5950: II LIGHT PLANT 300 14(50.Johnson Winter Garden Rd. 1 mile east af I 8l rods H. R. William*I retail: sore aatrttloa. for pet I 4 iraaaag .

NJtMIM bN ... 404 tl._w Church._. Florence" ell range, (45; youth motor. 5 It'S KU- I I Olio Vista. Orlando: Ph. 7087. I aced Z2a?'N.. Beach 3220. Ii& Dan_ I more econoakal. Arowni. Magaeit war .eaaa .s a

r.5 BEACH COMFORT-Special price for bed complete. 13. 50; da-bed com lanKy Flatting Camp. Kiarey. F I II II PLYWOOIWawrproof fir plywood and Marts new* I a***** narva af

ho- ..: 0,. sear .... 12. Morgan' Sal- plete. 121.M. boy's bicycle. (30Eewell i I 9 MOWERS-New. eltr(85i i ii available In U in. thickness this I II I rvPPIEsPtl"yad sass. 0.stIiitp5.ss ** **>a .* --*) *M fBK
Thurmond Furniture Co. 72 week. Pin Castle Boat e. rated Kikima pitsa. *>.. Sitase
*** 44 B Ckaeeh_ _ i gasoline engine mo..r(125 I Construe- WEED c *auM |* --. B aaaji Sm
It iIWtmi W amr.e BNOOMBGold: Bond" The finest W. Pin 6U phone 4070. and Up. L L Steel .. ) 8 twIn, 22465.PLCMBINO I COTHLKS--Llvely Lad"other and shepherds Tor f*< Urvter. pl it rs. _5 A,..... 51 Ms srl at c wa* A51Ia,5.S *>
Brysn. Phone 2.0231or 964. popular mat Bomb Bud- males (15. female tia. teSteS HI- .
... Hardware. 102 I _
315. braaas. Baaby I r wsTt.102 W. Church. '
Charm. I LUGGAGE condition lIes male (25. males (Ik Carie i ispaniels LOW aa ja> *a* ** Mttsaaaa
1R .
S. FURNITURE-Bed complete (Innerspring new Ul. It5. 10 Washington I nrruRts- WATERLESS CLEANER WI.u.f| Stales 35. female (]( att asseSS i 4a>. VmrrVTC

:! .. 5. 1 mattress); dresser; 2 desks; phO. Cleans any surface win > I Hounds .aI1I I per****. (. gI.J
-0. 1740 Delaney.BOOEK hands. (17
25e JO Pair
BARBED
51s5.,4 3 tables 2 table lamps and AU types SOc and $1. Smyth .
.p.s : ; settee and styles. Bath tubs. lava PUM Ore H
.
LCRAY dirfner
:.r'= .. C.. __ I chain 2 occasional chairs dining I I set. Also PASTELS large-50-pieee assortment new I I,1.twr. tories water closets sinks white Lumber road. Co. N. Oranie and \' Grays Kennel.=Owtaes. S. C_ I a.etkAt .

.room suite: Crosley refriseraton all H. Parrish i' toilet ae.ts. colored toilet aeata. copI I PERVINAL-Ose Perviaartof ateattaydog uurr- wtu.wirh -s. MB*>
SUPAIIga .' .. aaraer. IS H-P Anto- in good condition. Sell all or part.Call I K Phone 2-1841 Har4..r.'J per pine and fittings sell pipe and WATEB 1IL&TE1tS-Zltctric. tss and : *. Multiple vttaartn* wits> sataverals BMtaaat lay >= aaaJaV

*4 a>aa a, an _tie paaa aad coatrola. fuel tank i Monday 9 ajn. to 9 PJU. 906 20 Onn. building I II fittings Nothing down M month to' oil automatic. Caldwell Harris Diacouat ta Kenaea EmeriLh* .at* 1.qohslil *. t'd
Wi MI4 ft. Md t* pour Irotlaa sad completeto -, LaSalle. LUMBER Everything In pay. and Freeman. 711 w. I 2213 Edgewater Drive dial 2-1972. Pha naacy. 33 W Church
*a4 .. Cal be seen at i iBie 'lumber and Colonial rclIb7 | .ViJ ,
$311 *5oO FURNITURE Win tejl individualpieces I .o WINDOWS-15,75 pearl roOOiar high cI reason- uaLoke
per AD
Ph. LI 155
Garland and tWaahngtBB. JBJW*) I IIr
... .- waiewta1a wM ." or entire house consisting I' ll. C.n. cypress; standard die. Prompt I I able. Force retrieving aad yard '. 1005.055. tat HBr I
I IBtOL&OtER
of 7 rooms of furniture. 1st class I LUMBER P 'TI side *"?"*.' on all types of stade to' training board and treatmeat of all '
S. 4* a> ta*, I3t
Ass *f
> condition. Mutt see to appreciate. I I head, blades llte. Just over PlPE1I1rh galvanized asbestos I order frames windows and picture i common doc ailmeau. Tem Aa*> '
I a. atef I.aa pay See.seS .. Prltad ta .. 3 East i! 523 East Concord Ave bull. Very good tlldItlo.Price I II sIding oak flooring: 33 West Grant I window,. 17th St. ""*"*. 1120 soa Kiacimme Fla iBt wn.t. j ir.e

TS: P.o.Siu. Murtet. ..,e ti. ... ', FRIGIDAIRE f&. new unit swell I I 110.H J. Hull. Oklnd. i iI St 2.7957 I 37th St.. Phone 1732. I TROPICAL FISH-Largest NIodIM baa a* w airs

1 .. Gat' B04TaV OB* .raring boat. 2 good :II for beginners. See 1136 W. Smith LUMBER All kinds : I If \ WATER KEGS-i to 15 tals. SptsoU. la Orlando art. Aeaartaau. I'rlidd aartiat 0555 .
e1. rtasuaeaaata.. Caa be seen at SIS Are Davis. 2.27t. I rut prices. Also slab and'IU Conduit pipe. ". *4 and 1 in. pump, feeds book rme< )e* *rvd
Pattate $1 Kladmme. Fl*. I I (10 m 1401. W. WU"tD't. I PITCHER PUMPSWe Wrekoffa }tdw_ 2524 KuhL .J sappUes. Harry Coeter 1J4 RMie-
FURNITURE Complete for house. -*
t IlBf"CAJT1aBATB-Retular 131$. Must sell Fair price O. C. Keener. f LUMBER Good .rde. lu.h. Fnm- I WHEEL 'BARROWS'-Extra wheels'. wood Psrk.WANTEDA A .*. off Lawrence Are. Winter 47. R)4)fsia far IUM_____

541 :. sal S.,. eiMtea art at 12 N. Kaox Stores1Co 1 mle( S. Pine Csstle. Dixie Highway. Ins and sheeting. price. have them and many other shallow Hoes rakes pitch fork*, scums ANDERSON ITtit.** Sm'

I Se... ts rut.44iMIiL I* E Fiat ShIM 2.-3143. i FURNITURE.. and used.' 'Pay I Phone 2-1147. 116 IrvIn St. ,' and deep well let pumps. Nothing I hoes Wyckoff f Hd.. 2524 KuhL : good home Tee"2 lav* e4 MS wad* aevtaa baaB Otaatraaea. 0' -

M5i714' with trailer. K" wheels. j cash and sste 10 to 23 per cent I Ion I LAWItMOWEBS-Oarden hote. rake down. 36 months to pa;. Llbby WATER 8YSTEMCompleie Sock I ly 2 months aid kittens. Oae (lest.one B>*avat twa aaa

l U "21. Caatelaerry RaOread Station fPa your purchase. Bass Furniture j I I and sprinklers. Smith Lumber Co. I II sad Freeman 711 W. Church. I. for fana or home. Farm ft Home yellow Phone 2-1(31 Kite hen at*********, aaitBaBte

t .. MIA 21-313 5elb0T17. _ | Co. 625 W. Church St. Phon. 5120.FURNITURE. I N Orange ATt.. and Railroad I Machinery Co. 430 W. Robinson Aye I IHARVEY WIREHAIRED TERRIER, very showy a.- ; % :.r -'

S1 naa'W BATNItOOM ACCESSORIES "HaS-I I METAL THRESHOLD-Metal trim tnvarious I SLIDING CLOSET dm I male. : 4 ..UaI.:4. RrskstereaAKC COCOMAL 'b T34 w .-s wajaprfvat p

..,*.- brttbt caroa* finish &." 0 .USED-Westinghonse : P.U'r. Smyth LumberCo. POWER LAWN MOWER 24 Inch ': hardware. Complete. Make your 2312 jOberUn._ .. .wass taa '?

-' S. -- ban. *M p dw***, paper holders .& i ik t refrigerator. *|12995; 4 cabinet .. N. Or.n.. Railroad I II blade; l3. hp. 2 blocks North ofJohnson's closet larger. Southeast Steel Sale WILL PAT highest market .nee- formats aaaae a43 r5jrP.

.. aI ... Kare* Ca.,. 24 E. ''. Phone- i radios. 12450 and up; several c1..a4 j I I MATTRESSES Innenprings. Full I Fishing Camp. Lake ,' Co dOwnstar 100. W. Amelia A'. I !. live Grey Fox. alas a few COLOKlAltS"Tlf
I 515 1.4 .. HI4J.BJCTCLB. I two and three piece jiving room site or a.-Guaranteed 12750. Apopka Ph. Apopka. 3742 phone 2-1442. Young ones Balthasttr Vet CnaU. MUM frBs raaaa $'a

I .. r r. suites. 159 50 and up; occasional' Moors Furniture Co. 2300 Edsewater i RUG-9x12 with pad; maroon color. TIRESTONB; supEa VALUE specials Fort Laadtrdal Fla. est BB. *_1rt1l jftoaut; $ *

p. t -Laei'a, rtctary. Pn. 2-7172. chain. 15 95 and np: trailer sofa Dr. in College P.r. i excellent condition.. Reasonable. Ph. .. Outside white P.lDt1 gallon AfEiTlT -. wtajBjiaWiaM .
.au fa.1 ; bed. 199S: hall trt. 13.95. old I I 6527. (545. Firestone Stores Orange and 41. Poultry and SoppUM ,hs .tmsop3om. 505.lic _

.t .trie. 3 drawer dresser large mirror. MENDELLUGGAGE I REFRIGERATOR practically D... Concord._ 'el" Ph WHCLO4 ; i'r5. ;
-'M
$5. *
.eee.wes BAftB T wlNB 47.90 per reeL 1 x 4 IIhok-F'
1195. Mather -
hmliun.5' B. BABY CHICKS-Taxeda Feed Star
tri -.l= gwvts e*la*. sUla drtoA. l 615 per ; Cbarch.PLOOR. i 545Cc .ulUnl at BI. ,. I Capacity 62 IDS. 130. 1341 W. Harvard FOR SALE-At Hendricks Army Air U. S. approved Pu.loriim tested >< I.-Lino eaat eaaa* *aaaaw'rr
W. Art I
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.Lam'b a. Cart Laa. Be* UK. BU Claud.F ClI \ I I'1eld. Sebring. "or"- 12 ta 15 M< W. Church phone 2-2121 er Bwaar rae rae (BBaCULONI4LTOWN.
I IiiCYCU I REFRIGERATOR-.-Crosley. electric: thousand feet of used standard black 338. .
N
4B1 slaat A.lrajt
t- CLEANER-Never us* water 47 Johnson I H-P new hIghest offer gets It. 2646 0. pipe sues 1 Inch to S inches. AIM
a. WHI10ER* "OTORSrid *a floe floe,. TJs* Brae ."OR. hours. 1171. 1313'' Last RobtnwnRADIO I. all types of pip fittinciron H : BAn CHICKS. U. l. Puliocem leaued 4eBto ftaa. $BI badaJf
.a'fl. atlto far a pena,. Smith Lumber C*, N. 0, Clay St. winter' I Inch to S Inches incradiaa brass stork. Immediate or Lessee *_* *Jf rye*-***T *l*| *
I' 4a4 555 Witt bay an*. SmaU downpanaettc Railioad CIe.ner'l P.t. I1 valve AH this SBatertal tat excellent-!I I uv.". Feeds and poultry agppiiea, { 1I1C. n. I. IsaMS 5o5
***r tora B>* the latel1 FURNITURE-Died. 3 Jiiee MOTOR BIKE 1fblur. L. new. I condition. Will aell cheap if I II I Orlando I-Cel Store. Dial t-3524. j I I asp; to baA RoeS fa a.
p1., ._fa'.M aaat at Whlsser Motor Bale*. I Pe 10. Co. _. 723 I Ukn let. Phone ." 1ID..j'I -hPerl.
PhoBl4647.ATJUkOOM room suit: 135. Alto new 1. J. R. I, CRICKS-Qwality -4 .1| CA>.suny.xAme0505 BP*
N OtaSA. 5.
Mi of cretonne slip caver; $. Pa. 1 J. L.t.- I aALZ- worth. P. O. Box 464. Ealau R cltl. Red ,. SuiteS Pins inst tag*** tanMax
IU* .. -f.--r. 2-13 Or 421 Slrvla St.PLUORSSCZNTP1XTURZS4. MOVIES for th* bom NivIP-i Fl.. Leghorn Ovr *e>e freed aol ,. es tea***). wnSK
_ctle. AH C IM*. La* coat free I rad*, adventure travel comics.Bowstead's I I i COME: TO THE STORE I II sex (5 95-100. CO.D. altld1e.a, Ont P574-S
bta. We have a number of used radios taI next to Post
**ta *>e*. PeraatUa af Central Plotiii. I Shop; 1039 N.Oranse. fin. Os.P5.7131341..
Calla
.. I Office. Maltland. for every-1, __ 1Te.-.1f- aiaLatel
S.OrsnSS dial 4546. 14-15-30 watt Special 13.95 ;can I I good playabie condition Each carry '. most > '
un Fair Store. 10 W. Church. a M day guarantee. Priced from thing new and ascd. Cbiaa. clocks. I Ii tt. PuUct 5. B. IU4 ta** aag> 14 B 5,54 !(**
AIii'Oii.-ItIa.t. aallta. I t KNOW SEINES-.-10 and 20 foot IIS to $40.Associated I i linen*. IiIn,.,. Jewelry curios SOc Ib. Phone 475 er see at 1904 Valor r data to ifcipgiM teawas Sal
taair Iran bed. etc 125. Barry. FLOOR COVERING. Inlaid and 4-foot deep H. H. Par- I II' I antiques electrical and auto sap- Monte Carlo Trail. hi

Sas 0.ee.. "rial I n w Pta.. printed lineolennu rubber-like runner 1 i rlsh Hardware. 220 B. Oracle. '! AT 'I plies. baby carrtsi musical lastruments. -
.- S., *$ .. *, and breadfelt at Olid dens.FLOORING 2-lt4i POt I' Stores. 143 K. Orsnit I : TURKEYS-i wans tender, wetsais CLOHTDIDaabl* raaa pra*** avtrea
CIULLIDpcYCLOpma.Pha 10 I I Phone 8300. ete 10 t. 20 Ib*. Poult and eeet C *. aSS ._ aawaaat* .
5.315. > 4ar lassie Latest edlitwa -Oak. Asbestos siding MArI'RLSSZB-Two Slumber Queen FOR HOUSE PLANS. building suggestions D. Wilder Jr. Turkey Parma Mil ttaaas M eSz

M BjapTa-BJil--t MUS Z SAL FWM 1754. ___ I .hID... H inch galvanized pipe; f.1 for single beds. '120 each. I II I and answers to your buildIng I TURZZTS -SOc la. HatchtaV tggil20c r"-.r. :
rant St. Phone 2-2957. .
**"" J3West ) I '
problems to Mills and Nebraska
n. AND come -
...4 5._ .. c.w.-.roy" LANTERNS livI Vun. I I Poun iOf. PalrvUa Pathos'Farm
3-pieee I .
SPECIALS
aitaBrakfae4, <-CAt..u" Oa4 aaaortaeat. H. ,I FURNITURE bed MEAT CASE-12 ft. double duty. Reasonable : dial S92T.__ CLOAE tN-Caal PritaMOfffia. ,
I.. III S*faM bt K. Parma Hardware. UO S. Orsois.P3100 Ing room suite. 135 lamp; sofa 12.50I price. P and J> Grocery &OOF VENTILATORS Aluminum IF ITS BUILDING and flD.Delnl'I ORDER TOUR CHICU an-.CJ.I'' JUasaaaai 444CLOU r. !
metal beds. $5:
I 139 SO: Store. 716 W. Robinson Ave. 9174.I with screen. 12.50i advice want Call Mills : N0"
5.1315. tIUl I 31S 1-1141. 1 I Whltmlr Furniture. 306 W. Church I i painted; I you at summer prices. Lake O' The Weads pip ou
5. 5s5L CAMP TOVE-Juat received a MOTOR Gasoline. new. BrljFi and i i Southeast Steel Sales Co.. 100 W and Nebraska Chick Co4 mile North at Mait- IN-fef iaaut Watt""Idi

lar.. '''' Bamby Hardware. I FURNITURE 8plC2-p. m I tratton 2/3 H-P. 140. 100 W.I Amelia Ave.. phone 2-1442. I .OR QUICK 8AL&-Electnc rang.I .i:. 1054. .. Rt. 17-92.____ __ Kar* reaaa a* Biiaaty runs. ApPy -

II Tkten rt 101 JBT, Charefc._. |I secretary era living sofa'north glider dining I I: Washington,' phon.5454._ __ : RADIO-Phiko portable battery or I r In excellent rOlldltJo. Call 1571. N. H7"RiD8-1 read ta lay pofleU. wDtLA ._ lie" ".. .
CARD TABLES- ..._. Lane offic executives OIL COOK CABINETS-"Preway" pluz-in Excellent. condition Phone TAO.OR-DRZSSMAKZEB-100" ISO each AIM t cockerels 4>* .Y IT IS.aII: *.

04. B 01 ***5t a4 bads aaartasat U U. Orlaad Furailare desk room and .11.upholstered swivel Stove with .nn H. H. Fairish 6060 or 6194_ I i worsted Gabardines white panels ._aIN aid. Winter Part (12J 15.5.05 petvo55 *aa..a-.e.' I'.

.e tw IM. 0.t c. 141 aad 411 W. Church. chair laUte record pTaver. C.a Hardware. 220 a Orange. PLans ROOFING-210 Ib. thick nntt shing1 sod staple colors; Write for swatch SPECIAL PRICES and w i7"VenesueBsa "=* sto4 a* Baa Ikka.at .. 5

S4' SAM4d htoW. 4ItYEiT--OriR or ,dl I 2-1841 1! .. Colors green red. red blend I; card: Sua Fabrics 144 M W. 23rd St. I II II Government selected Perk I girt

TWaeaTC .. -.. casement SPFStOfl.Es. '1 229 term. JCDk... 2.37.Purau EltDI.I |X>VENS-Twa burner 'Be**." H. I Slst blend also roll reefingan colors MlamL Flondaj I Strain Barred Rock for fowadattanstocking. GOME av'ii t -(Hr*

S. .. tMBl Aha *art .e Biarea Ca* 21 E. Pine. Phone rURNTrURE-See Bl. Furniture -!I Parrish Hardwar 220 8. D:'aDd 15 Ib. felt. McCormick 23553.IROOP Roofing. I II I Bavin a* ship 2000 pallet ae*. 55 b.5Flog -, .

| Baa>*. C>a *lrala 3.1257._ _._ I Ca- toe 101 8.. 'Pnrrinjor i Phone 2-14. Co.. 915 8. Division St. Ph. I j 34. Articles Wanted I chicks weekly by Pta-Aaurtraa Aaways. > Adult. P5 $-. $

aj mtt Oa toilstetit CAI* BEOBTER:; National. chrome and save on used furniture .751 I OIL CIRCULATING HEATERS- Pra1 I COATEKO.- .: :,. fuiiakk four tabulations: perfect i In your 1 way." H.VH. Parrish Hardwire. 220 new lease on life. 12JO per I caL AXES Furniture of an kinds sewing; 'I chicks from out tap matins, lie (l. SS-
: ;: demonstration
FANS Free 1 I At Ollddens machines anything yoa have toselL -100. COD Jf yaw like These chicks .= .
L eaatdttt**. I440.BXS71 Utero home of window exhaust S Orea. Phone 2.1541.OlLSThVLamail can. K. .
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& !! 35t .n.oariwHns.TTri I Im. awn attic fans 3 burner nearly RUGS. 9x12 heavy felt base; (10 95AU Seweil-Tharmond Furniture Co. are hatched from aid hen eats shaped n- .. e so-
I : Free estimate on 72 W. Pine St. Dial4070.thiitId.bes. here from our .... breedtag anull A .-l
... waaoo etaaa.lar *. .t- pictely Installed. Moe AppU" new. cabinet type small aven. 2115 o metal Ice refrigerator13995. farm. We pay shipping rfeargea Joe ... 1310 s5.SS 1
BJP e'sft tar prices. Kna* Stores C*< 25K Inc 428 N. 8. Rio Grande.i ._ '\, Special one .. Economy Furniture. Jewelry, old Parks A Sons. West Palm Beach. Pt7ueleleLAS.
Se L WS Trt >B4t P a* Phati 1-31(1. I I ; ." white paricelaln 5 332 W. Church9217 old. Hubert tnh price. IL M.SettL Fla
$ OUTBOARD 1M7
OAS RANGES-' i Johl P.I J1t.OIf'i-e-- g55o .
1 Jeweler 32 W. Church.
_.I P15 54. ..sS SAPS COCA-COLA- -. Lane desk ,, finish Standard its now i motor and 81' nob' with |I R REFRIGERATOR... Eleetrohot.. RecentOy Apt--" I SEND POSTCARD today for free'ii 4ricular bat*. *. *wel* 54.5 0Sos AjrrL'r tt.1
mdc. *CRNTTURE Used
I- stores ice boxes
102 J -
AAee .5 aad swivel chair. Botki 140. Phone avaUsble at Bamby Hardware i steering wheel I reconditioned. and new tow Summer prices 14 241 Lateta par TM*
I
I 1503 Sumter St- Leesburg.ORNAMENTAL I 430 E. Church Ph., 2-4380. I Sewing machines. Call before 7ftHI1.
1-410 w. Church. _ 'II. oa famous Blue Ribbon chicks Pups pTTTLAKE TSettrWW itaa
We SeweO-
top prices.
CNAIK*-.Offica. Oak. 17 SO: walnut. GALVANIZED WARE Wash tubs RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT Used. Thurmond pay Furniture Co- 72 W. Pine I Ribbon Ealchcry. Dept. 1$. 215 Par.sith .te ho. I iIassN555.0 -
0 $ r.s tarbaee cans. I ROCK 35 Can i At low prices Apply at 41 W. CentraL Street. S.y AUaata. Os.I a"a P31Il
ee. 110 54 Siecatrt aphototered swivel. palls watering p nr. 8t. Dial 4070.PURNITURZ a Mbssrl> at an* at** -faT .
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I 1-WS. .. 15411. smith-Wilson Co. 401 Bumby Hardware. W. Church.jjj5cixpAILs.oaTuae. 7433 ask for O. C. WI. I phone 2-4UI wXVTEDI N* o.k.* taeata, .: aa* wBI '

esters 9.___ cans 1 RADIOS Crosley and Fada. Console Good and 45. Apartments for Kent 7744 lwav *r,. t p a8T .
I bad. Any nantity. C hra.'a _
5.it. CIMINT- BLOCK MACHINE-Capa- !1 step-on cans lawn tools Smith OLIVER NO. D75 PW- I' type mad table models. Also 102 portables. W.- I': nlture. call 2-0931 or 2-23 7.ruRxrrnsr Fur- I :JAMT4 NOftV-a wlat4 Maw. ...
and Railroad. Bumby Hardware AMELIA: AVENUE. 21 .-ApartSMatavailable is
cae, up ta I MO blocks per day I Lumber Co..N. Orang 1125. Oliver No. 55
A5 M4 P.b5N ini B H. Phillip. Jr. 4 Palms GAS REFRIGERATOR 011. & ,I bog disc. 10. One 7 ft-. 4 sectIon I I Church. Monday for the Summer. cze
..... I2eSu TvlM Ha. Cheney H1a1l... arc (lectrorux. condition. 130 aaad.I di l.m. 1125. All over- I RADIO Ekyrider Marine. Model WANTED-n n-s tvr- AMELIA AVE-. 125 E.. neat aparw if F1lID DlUYL---\Iii. _
laaa. __ G I H. J. Hull. Oak- I B-22-R. Halllcrafter Co. Upstair meat furaiabed. Want reusable '
$J-Uu It
RI _ haul I allure well buy It. Mather at Orlando end M.-.Soc 50-
... '.. _$ Coea. In first class eanaitt I bmod.NaEetel lea box..drafts I P. I Apt. 3. 525 Anderson. _, couple please b15 SeerS S r 154$

**. WItS eas*. 124 W. Colonial plate glass OVa for oil stovta. Stock, includes SAWS-Crosscut and ene-maa ... M E.Church 5$ Phone .aaoa inTALnL ifI t6 hess

.s '' ph ..... _ _i larg. to. ironer. o I two-burner tJ BumbyEtrdware. _Both Jorljq1J26 llth StJ'l. I i Peraereek CKsirs*:1e upset faralaaj.ed taeeste: pups raaaaawn.

r. B <*** *.r.Mft 'rHa&nilSWin clothe lines. mlo. 'urDtr. laU t. "* 102 W j SEWING MACHINES Factory r.- 'OFFICE MACHINES and furniture. J rooms. bath_ Caapte.- (M ma.I ftagi ar Is(Jem. :asS B*

.. .. (4. 15 a4 100 feat lengths 35* 1 other *' 111' Po OfMattiand. OUTING SUPPLIES-Thermos hiss.I i built guaranteed like new: portable I an..r prices Check with George I CLOSE IN-" ...t.tM Fan $55.hAL .

31. 5551PAteS. sad ap. Sees Start Co, 15 E. I I ftf*. I I I ..t k* boxes boat cushions ramp and console. Al Wie&ina67-! Stuart. 13 S. Main St. phone 1153.I tties faralshed. Baby accepted. THo- !- Fiwrf iwtaaiag aa4 jjfcIM .
5PIA &ssVI .. 531.. 1-11(3 I 1 gIul-, folding cot*. Burnt! Bardware. : .lr 18950. two phone 2-70(1. 'aMltpaatrane

S.aSA.4. CAMERA-35 M/M IllS 55.. -* *..- :. GAcE D.I DWol 8 display ._102 W. CIIurch.I EOFA noor samples BED3R 15950. Orlando Fur i I, OLD for GOLD diamonds-We old pay gold highest watches.price CLOSE Ct-t rooms llet' isiiZ me*. atr large*** rem paeia.ems DaaKgal .

IU*.a B4 aawari aJaeaba4 Cart Sla. P. 1 1 Ttar lens. (125.Keraaa Smith Lumber Ca. I. Orang and PLYWOOD Mahotany marine. I nlturaVco.. 141 *nd 61S W. Church. I broken Jewelry teeth silverware. 2 ". Couple till. wt-kaa* b4 *****a>aa%> VW'

eS > fkM* KHabar.HN t>an Otflc. 27 W. Church. Railroad. |, I Da" use substitutes-bund your SHELLAC AleehoL turpentine and 1 Berkman It Sons. 139 If. Orange. tar N. pets (.. P. O Be* 25(4._ j'iCa i5 C-i i"11 *,**:-we _

S 0.5 g$5eL31u. cwt.Aa-Winii.: cash for used G GASOLINE ENGINES and power It .. the best. Mills and, Ne"Iltroh. mineral ptrits AH paint e0PPII : 1 OFFICK EQUIPMENT-Typewriter*, CLOSE IN Mice faraishad ...t. 15,0 .. 10NSmo.
.1 "... fiiilalajaanvrtt (afl. Pa*** 2-1743. Helm's I IC4 I' silts far agricultural and Industrial I 1 Smeth Lumber Co.. V. Orang* adding machines ealrmlator 05I 315 Martpasa aall Liberty.AduUaaly. ass .- 5..e. 311 poos 5505. .J.T i
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.51 raiaa aKa aera ... 1125 Edsewater Dr. l.u1tln. .Florida Church PI PORCH CPou 4 t.Dd. R.i1roael._ _ flee Zonipment Exchange. 8mtth-Ce- $441 w. .'
41r a4, U B. Mai* 8t* (5A4N BEOIBTERA Florida Cash ;I Supply C'o 63 : .1. I liars. ; 01' .tdo .uel .2 i i SAW: -MILL: :In: excellent condition I rosa Ate t.. 228 B. Main: MM. XWAY-R04 (=4-e* apark A 5.5,15.5.5.I -

I .$ .. Ohar Aenta. aales. .n. i i iNDLB..On4 HT., 3 Phase Walk- I lt. i, with ball bearing edgcr. good power ROW soAfwfi1aca.souabe. swat partly .. Or will real bath B.aala lit ae* CoAl JIIi

I .. tnYd-- lea, aapajt**. 120 B. teals. (150. |j f I t .Tmer. Pr.d tDIUol Extra PwR P. Kohler A.tmtc unit and shed esn be seen ep- I R- 3. Oest. 635 S. Orlando Ave. entire house..CHURCH 111 pot seek. La.Is ****?.;.e "

-S b.Set..e- 6mi iS ** hob naO.Tl. 1 .h..l. Pe. t61. .ek' I I 1 ol thVldO 6 1aCU I erating. producing four thousand Winter Park._ ST.. 431 Z.-Sssa.I alee tacroom. tvuse50gtstiss. 11005 WMPIS PeA

P45.155 ***.atre $ A!IMJc and white. ISO. ;' GARAGE DOOR OPENER Autoraa- miles ;I:, feet per do,. 11.00. Inch blade.sas ] 1 I SHOW CASE wanted-Floor stylo AdMtainf bath. Cleae >watewa. ilu5oM - .-v
..P Teat stoatta, IM Ttl****** Winter Park. 375M.DAIBT tic. Tea can open and close your Sign In yard. New Pulp Saw with 32 i prefer I ft. plate top ressan Good ..te... Gary *4 wtth baaa. tavtraar

: 444.ra PAILS-Alt* ailjt cass In don without ever touching .!{1 I PANELLING-White'knotty ptne P: drivea. 1275.steel oodles good for able Can '570.I _. per_!!'!.-- t *a4 =. Cull ,.rl bwtweBI .I eI5.4aN "
display. OX AU .
yard for walls Two
i our 8JtI eling. V-tolnt. Ideal : aa4 afwt I pav tie ..,
finktk. I o rae *
proof S
with rust ; DIVISION ST 1900 $oith-4
several aues rana
Orange Av dumpers. 150 each. STUDIO COUCH-Call TIT after S
I Ce N. and Nebraska.
SA.... tw b"f ____ Kaax Stan* Ca. 25 K. Pine. \a.s. MU. New John Deer G.M. Farm Tractor I pPs. daily. apartmeat far real. Punished. (M ; -"ooG .
Pt a,o 1-314J | r.d.I I PIANO Practice upright 150 331 rubber In good condition. I month. Children aecepted 17.1. aUBUltANDLMO A'flW.___
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_ISte& OARAGE DOORS-Wooden, AteWinter I new WE BUT used furniture Can as before ws .
a55 W. Fairbanks 1,
rm .t knee- aum- Part A. r MacdoneO. Route DUPLUhI'Uah"I LI JR 'W'
Breakfast .
; :
SET- 12.000 .
Dix Orlando Furniture Co.Ho. .
selttnc.
lute. 051 5. '. and steeL I sIpple wsdoSrallo
halt desk; living room sultt; platfara I I I Smith.I Lumber Co-.. or.DI 0 Av*.. Ph 5"-1 I Croveland. Fla I 2 Store 115 W. Church phone 1 I er 3 bedraosaa. arraeaed .iS4180. -- at ,. rr..
racier. Beds coil .lIr and 12 I I clean good haasekeeper 4eatran.
oo.-: fii I and Railroad I STEP LADDERS-7. 1 10. 2-4M3._. T tad .. hot .
19th atrNLOoaa.
... 1320 Par-
I I foot. Also extensions. H. H. Seal E*at* Lion-
IIOoQ CLUBS New matched act f W* PAT highest cash Price for (44 tw. VeMraaa
.. aad c4at U stock or L with golf bag; .selling at I rich Hardware. 220 S. Orange. Phone I diamond Jewelry t* DUPLE3C. Modem very alee. S reaaa. ey. IB 8 Cwaet .M P* 1-544,1

,- -0:.= .. U ... Jones CanstrucIMB I .WU prtr. Can 2.33. PUMPS I 2-1(41. __ I any w'cJu-: City Luau and bath. 2 screened .. Caespm' ..fU.-iuJ; rB Ha4 6 aaad L.A. Mrr .em o.e ..a4dI1.
1111 c".tel Late Ave. ly famished. UUUtle paid. (54(4
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Ca_ i SETTEE bed and two Jewelry Co. tor. Orange at Church.IX II aervtea akar** Y.
itttt. tfj05t1A .. : : DOORS Overhead type. Shallow or deep wett. Tracy's. .! Acntheap. I tat a
15.---13. $ -Piftt Mta. GAGE 2115 8. Rio Grande month. Tel. Langwaatl 23. S Caajfl
I n
list .., DUHEB Marked dawn. Completeline tee Garden phone 331. Gotha i I MARKET for diamond bartaia. Neat ata AssetS
P5.5. $05. Mew M lteru just ani,. Fair I of bulling Mill ana dial 111 ask for llll-J-13. i SPRINKLERS for farm crave and I About 300. Address Mt. Dora I i GARAGE APARTMENT T reams.

31'.fI/If.-... .. .tat. II W. Chareh.DtAMOND Nebraska.ii"RAStGLAvartment. l.r.a.. I lawns f lorida Pipe Supply Co.. I I[ Topic. Mt. Dora. Fla._ J and bath famished. IIS feat Lre- 41 HaUl ..
One I Church St. Phone 6i1$. lasstoo.
LADT'B W.
JUNG sise. good (30 .__ 1
J if n." vlatiaua aouatlng. 4 diagaaaaa. -1 I condition. Toilet stooL .... half I SCALES-2 Toledo scales. Bobart 35. Fuel OO and Woe I 1 JEFFERSOR IT.. 1500 E.-._ efcfkiency LAKB IOU POTELaVaater .waaw 0$ eN-los

I. 171$. Jaaeaks Jewelry. M W. t I price electric motor. Ill &PIPE._*." black 16e per foot. 3 I coffee grinder. Hobart meat alIce furnished. Far aa* ar acevan C.s51i40 hotel t1I

31 'iL S. .. 5.U.5.'SA ttt IS si ".ftlL _. Concord. .1 East Church Pti 2-3'73. I 614 S. Psrrasort.I .. : PvTL OIL-A full tank Is safer.Phone two adult__- Dxalaaraaa *ea aB tataia
$
.5 -M. COttNKINa POUNTAIN JCelvtoator.aaMaau ,_ I SEWING WAC'HINJ-S'DI.r electric. : SOiL Rave roar tank filled. JEFFER90H COCRT HOTTL 1 aa4
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IA GAS
...__.. p055. T5iAt5. thraotat. Busbyput. I WAT HTm 723 I Queen Ann 'modeL Perfect COII I A larger tank insure beat on coldest I a_ apartmenta ..111*. 'ammer 41-1. Bruit sUwUr 5555twa1-

tr- .te5055. .a '1M. ..,.. W W. Church._ I I E.Livingston. .t Inwr. 15. I tien Phone 5035 or 766._. I I Biornrnss. McGraw Peel Oil Keeriee. rate Sm

MW.0. btWALT POWEB BAW5 Abe Parkgplaaera. GRASS SHEARS-Several types taehoa PLCMBINO I SCREEN DOOR LATCHES .- Many I FUEL OIL-Kerosene. ptne and oak LAKE ST. 42S. faraiahed apartawas 01101II ADO BtAmBtsh4 1 'sos .we 5,5.MS
.. Sm
Wt.-- Mall aaw*. drtllJ. Logan ** from. 1125 and ... KnxStarts SUP I popular types. (1 and tip. Knox I' wood: 12 in to 4 ft. can LuabaFuel for 2 ladle ar mMdleaged caajpl. adS IM *e4 Iodide SoN-

., .. atetat athS$. 1. D. PMS*. talephanaMeuat i t'I Para 3733.aawiad.w.. 2 pipe fittings Tra- I Will A"S.i'I' 'I' Fl Smet.. 5. S lIst
545 I DOORS overheAd type; Water SCOOTER 1946: .-. condition. TERRACE. (Oa-2 raoau.famished. -
: 5.5401 GAGa Winter Garden. Phone 33L Oo- Harding' Ave.BOUND i 37. FertilIzers and SoDa I AlsO uUlitie Private *a ta* aeea*. ft
136
.. $AWS- I with hardware. sell ta best otler
i2"- $
largeet gtark : ClraJ'1 Can emPlt. D thaI dl.l.UI. ask for nl..u I 1620.Bogen. I bath and entrances. Adult raaa nrataaM *S. ... *
Oraad DIet 1 fo l'IW-I. 8Y8TEV-Wock1 BLACK DIRT Peat. yrtle. Shrubbery I4U to l- ... Aha .so g. -
t ,.. be see* 4t X200 B. BJ$ I with microphone UNCOUI APARTMENTS-Uw Man
I I and 2 burner. complete of an kinds. Transplanting Sta*. IMA IM pet es4
_te. .54 5551 3.23-. I I QISVEl and 113.25. and eable Plu 2 opera-radio speakers I and aO yard work. Phone **!. Blvd- Water ''II. 1 and -e4- atlases Oa*) Bwa4ar 5* .
no : : ih ... at white pin. r Call. Gwuw 20219 I I room apartment Janttar .. MS
mount.
55 DOOP.I-0 Knox Stores Ca- 25 E. Pine. mono I and car Apply aft** M* ay. 4t*
", 4.5.- 5455S. LawS dalrl. n.llllt& All ROCKERS Spring .at I I COLD SMOKE-Keep year garden water steam heat. Tear rwuad ari
2-3163. PUT Ate OrtaadaiI
W. But ( : and lawn pest free aod healthy. jr6I
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Orlandoirtft
; reataL Adult ealy. Waist
-' va4 work. O i Saxrmer
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.',5 4a. aaattateal 1JOO W. WI f I GARDEN BOSK ,- SO-foot lc 11.r. and IIS SILHOUETTES;-Decoration ailhouet- I The safe easy way. SOS BraokhaveaI I! Park 015$. '!I COCOA uac lgtt.
-. tt aa4 *1- 1a..trIa. heavy duty men. Special PtD. tea. finished black. Many dniCDA.a1M I I I Dr. 0314.COW I I OCCZZ-3-csoa/9furniahed Aloe I 1 rwaat far t .rt So.I .
? $3 s05k t isnpTvENPOItT. andJaCkSAL numerals to match. Knox Stores ass 5.4lads.
.. Boon : $-leO
r B ft J Service, earner tePees ,
I .. Lane ...rst4f.4. PIANO Upright baby grand. (30O.i Co 25 E. Pine. Phone 23103.uITgWuiitinss.. i MANUaL-B y yd. or 100-Jb- 2-rooa* furasshed apt. T. T. Mar .... I bail faa loseS a* M4 I
_, .. 5IP COYt5. I I 2 fir exttoguhhen 130; 2 24 Inch I bag. ft ft1'l'd. To* aoO. A. vin. Ocae. 4'.
. Sa..lr $ I these sod waaat > ____ week ar (14 aa. Cal aw *nta P4i -
internstional faa .
I .. .. ,. 1340 II11knaA. GROVE TRACTOR-and dic. Jacks (20. electric floor 300 f I Knisht. Box 1351 Coanty. 1102W4.I I SUMMZRUN 519 ,CafanUaa- I .sI .f
.f.-II1UMi. shielded. Writ b tools ana rests. Like new. S30. SI* Or' a.i ,.,,, __ .
...., I i I : garden I Rich black top toil, fin and ..
: -- A.. lo2. a nlibrr. at -. BaseL DIRTS ed .. bath and ,
f* .s4 41 salvaaise4
1l.SCTaJC barb -
5. .* 4. 31. 44 BB4 $5 Do1I" lied and t..LBaJohna7: Bulla aatch- wne .1 I new 8PRINKXIKO CAS3-Heavy and i I H. A. Brai. p.o. Box 102. Lackhark 1 I (55 _tlL. AIM a_ farattheaV -
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.... aa* '.. PT* fSrat SlOT B. CAtoslalOr.iijo I 1 GL 5 bag. .or Iten spnakHng cans. 1175 I Fla. Phone c. -- ._ (35 month. Ph 22710.WINTKR'PARK.Glo. DAYTOnA U4C'a4IA
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: : IIt PhI I Fairbanks 1115. Rites Stores C.. 23 X. Pme1'
efta Like Pine at 01 Appka
3151555. sw"L
.315.55S TINGES Apartment : '.' 2-3163. I FILL-Good black tel oiL muck I ** In. efficient I
,. *< .*. aa* taaaea.fc I 7759. highway. 1
-? etajBMwa fuBaiea. For _edll. 1 and dairy fertiliser. DtUYWnILT.IIoh 1Apt... 3 rooms .... Electrtartfrigeratan
If *** 531544 531. e a**.**ra. 544 Clinton T3 PLAT EQUIPMENT_tan P SOLAR HOT WATER HEATER _
BtSverf Appliance toe. GASOLINE ENGINE RU" 2-4053. *U atilttie far btiataea I Bk *4 bjsaft
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W hetwd 4 *. I** Modern Most appropriate Manufactured installed and repaired. -
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JSii; ** *. aII ft. UaB. i 411 .. Orange AM. II, H-P air-aoaled all purPose .01.. I gift nU\children. Ondisplay. I DOnay-CraK Solar Systems I PEAT Oaetwyler shredded peat is I women. 145. 15t W. Caaxtack Ave. I e4a aa. ill

.,. } .XiCTBJC RS'W01t :=I Fltrida I dt .UP c 1 Southern fD Pal.tl' I Inc. 1800 8. Bumby. Ph. 174$. I xoach better. Phono County 1905- Winter Park._ _. _ I I U U* Pt _a. Bxmttsal re******
.i Church ..ta
3 --Ti aT3. .t. Jlh. 11L I 3-1. Daetwyler nursery. WETTER PARZ-Psraas.u$ I' .. HUM taatla. Writ Ae*, ail
fdI0. caa.Knee
Jd Cwtl.J2a.JPh.2:0020. GRU.L5-5.creen
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TRIMMERS Biadtfaca
.Stt .. tabSi s.dthasis. EDGE elftul adjusters and I POULTRY M.&NURZ-415 per ton. $1 pancy 4-raoa uptaraiahed at
055 r Florida sets screen
S.4 N-stete t : system I
I water ; '
v s..soino .
LItILO LaSs I Trims bedtes for n I Falrrffla Pots3I teat and bath. F*. Winter Parktig
5.0I5. $5455.0. Lassrll I ft' IlertM 55 bete Tip Co, W. I spnnc*. Smith Laa\ber Co., N. Or-.1' per sack delivered I K.sM s
0.4.S. 54.555* 44i 11.sS. ., : 3sn05. )01 parda cLaM St h5.OU Ac 5663.Feed ator e 3.W. -I phone In.S1PJ 6 C1 I acde and Jta.lln.. I try.Farm;-phone.592T. *.

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rumnu I I located LANCASTER PARK A beautiful NORTS SECTIO!*-New 3-1,SUBURBAN you are looking .e a DOUBLK DWKLUNO Close ta. t!;;;: .1 isruin. 55. .- ..I'L r

tram priced rlfht. Phone 1155. Audrey modem 2-bedroom bonsalow. Tito rm. lod.rD hove; frame beautiful tuburbaa home here Brick construction. lifetiMe roi- seIne j
koKcatov, foralthtd. lactodiactogttt Ptitnaa with SUmptoa-Staton. M." bath kitchen dralnboards and window : tlto I .. e. is bsSsM ras'fir :
14 ... JXI 1!. 947 : good 1A1.lbrho near Th* aa Army Colonel spacious rooms hardwood floor 4i Sri KS
...Ial marhiao tad ..rtpirs calf Bldt.DCBSDRXADORWCt. till*. Beautiful location. Com sh stores and to e!; been : and mast sen. Th* bath. Each a part meat completely d_ 5. $13 b'Lt-s
-------------1 .V ? tree Ctoa ta ttorac.skaoto plttely and tastefully furnished. An I 89250. 0.McieU Bro bungalow:'e completed Dee., I furnished Modem'kltchea *elpmeat.I I I... .It' Ss'.td -. at
MANORNesrita
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aa4 kM Bao. Owner kartat for unusual bay on today's market ke 1 S Main dil with assay extras Including l tile I Large Hot of ground WIth eitru ForI cw.. zo_ _
Fact ready -
-t fro** ifBM t. f 1 !.... toe oowti $ term bosses or veterans. 1S400 OCCtill.DC7.ct.w. buYs 3 George Painter with Asher Peter, i bath and attic ... sad Is situated I a real home plot Income. Investigate iao ACRD--JI fosot *sssde
W a h.ko. BklUt> 14 B _It_. 7O E Centrah 2-078C. j NORTHEAST 5-room 8-year-old landscaped i this. M. 8. Vtrcow Realtor It It.J. ., .a van t. s
tar bedroom svaelou liTtoc room.111111II8 a ..
I frame
Oak l 10&
Jutl11 .
: Kacicu J-U18. alcore. screened porch singe.its LAD- SILVER SECTION-Trimmed screened porch...& location f A lao._ lar Kaat Chwrck St. Phon 7833. 55554 rOid ttsSta P9554 45.5. III' I -o

,. .. .. I easemeot windows. 23 year 4* In crab orchard alcoa Is this three Inc kitchen. for auick sale. sod Immediate possession. P. .aII ra.. sillS .. m i > '

PABK-Try U tla4 ta- mortCM. Teiephon Winter Park S24or bedroom with two baths horn. I 85500. eonS Reduc&er. '!lma March. Shamwty. Realtor 140 N. Orange. i SI-L Lake County Property: I| .,ser Petee Sesitil 5Sf l .. 5 .5.5455.:

oar osve at 87180 oa terma. with com* 5,1 to 190 Harmon AT*. Lots of closets. Electric Ice-box sod with Ben R"r 84 N. Court. '9. 2-3282. : tad Maia. 14tM r at

I titriiasa. bardwoad floors hf* DCPLKZ Close in. 10 rooms. 2 ess stove included. 7S foot lot. 115.-' SUBURBAN rooms and bath with BO'fJfm BRIXZK- Beautlfol lak. ___ is. Ei.m
roof, tore .. 1Me.. Irak. baths. L ri. tot. Look this owaad 000. lastly financed. "Speak to NORTHWEST SECTION-New fram. 2 screened lovely tort 1 front tracts oa Lak Eustt aavV il. IAt, for StkBEVERLT > 5.
pOn _
!N sVM.. '.'Jet. snake offer. Bermsa Goodwls SpieteL" Whitney Splecel Realty Co. home; 2 bedrooms; oak floor e tot. UI c.A tl 13. Mr. table to th* ocean. Priced to **a
Ine. 177 It. Orsnre 9855 or 6660. Realtors. T06 Metcslf Bide. 2-3289. 'trl7. water heater .Itl Sl t a W. J. Ktotler. Realtor. T.. Flo. : BIWIE .-Toa i

COtXKOB PARK Bo dowa parmeattximary Pc l'li. Ann Goodwin j Orante. _ _ .Ii rennet kaBdla. y.a a*; -U-- .
8.SUE sslord
.. lIDS Wear High School) GO1XHTN TtUAHOLE-hD7 -
oa tb UIr -bedroom. PST with H Inc. 477 M. i sa.1M. 55. .. .
Gwlt .
LANK LANCASTER-Modern spaeiour. SECTION : .
ibis
BOOM aatwd street dims Pram* boos* bedrooms, screened dial P r!i restaurant good lease attraotlv -- sea .
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Sa5.eli
well deilened 3 Or.n. 15. I practically ... thoirI .4 5. 5-s
shady lot. price b- dued _, baslaes complete for 85.900. '
front porch mate thl *
Pf.ms4. itMs sad smssss
I.. IUOO. Kin, Real Estate. 30, X. tiled bath home. Built of I I gtlow on aret and really W. J. Klstler. Realtor T.., Fl*. j abi. waw w 5.115 i995is .. 5. 5 ...
Jilts tort ftimt. attachedCao i .
I NORTHEAST SECTION Owner I A Of.. MaIM '
sayssell
Immaculate condition. **
." J has left town 49 N. OraaM
Vto kata **cUas Betthborkjawd. !I Charch. '435. Xpen Sundn.i m.Ur1 bedroom home .. cxceTient koat.i At*. 'rr .t : -
M.l .rndl Priced to this .ec. my : I arter authorised to let the I HARDWARE Doing I fk* UK- Ore _
.. Ot toaa. aaymeau l. i lOOn A TO DRIVK. (near)-One "Id.p Robert furnished. Including adjoining tot 1 : 89 500. See Mr. Mania i ness. Lake County. S1SOOO win ... I. 15. an
a** moaik por tai* aad other OL of the weD built older houses "Tire. Realtor Washington. R for some terms. Is a with O. P. Swope. Realtor. East i handle Inventory. W .. Klstler Re*> I CLIrIBuL ATE unic S t a.
fcttiai eaa Bxu Moffat, O. P. detuned for comfortable HTtat. 2 1 $.5. Mantle T. Real Pine. Phone 5812. 1 1I | tor. Tsvares. VIa.I lee-u. cueS JAsll3 541$ r U l5'-5.51 'sI : r
M I Pia PkOB S812 Price IIC I. I Beat*** 554
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orMB ibetfrooma and sleeplnc porch. I West Washington Street. B D5V. i .ine' t. W. ..
.* ,ne fcwqr* IT 000 Realty 2 i I LEE8BURO-On many lake. Have is I-1M.
------ I M2 H. Orarne;-i.lc 77:! I Phone lD'MORT I I SUBURBAN Near Orlando and i iI I several good hornet at attraetrvo 1 aU6- 11ft, gus an.I .
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1sG* PARK-I bedroaan UI* FRONT .Country Club lection.i Winter Park rtty Aa excellently -

LAD if buy Freak O. ; .*
lia prices yow now. h. ** *
I i .. msmsrsw btork; acreeaedCaraee EAST SIDK-Ooa* In. Tw* 5-room finest homes. built blockbungalow I tot* Ins U $4 c _
of .
new .
Reduced Fl* '
Howard. Realtor Leesbarc.
i Oe OrI.Dd' 'o .lllekIDl. .tuc O | UrSr P"a Ssts $5 jr 'a nJiaax
Ir 14 WeatavareUadHonard famished homes within walking i on lsr Plot. MasonryI only. '. two Ir bt e** 550..'
Ii aad 678Mi 100 Ol toaa. |4istaan of Late Kola. S7500 each. constructed J'bedrooms. 2 Bollywood 1 i nursery room dining living room with I! TAVARE LAKK FRONT-s mom for when kwMta .SIS5.S5 Sear .
fc 4001J.CiIIIUOI with liberal terms. P. A. AJIison.Realtor. lv and kitchen. Duro-Thena bath located Lab Dora. ava&akto. Prooerty to tkxa hack 415. 1'an -
*ki jkjaoirMUoa C* > I ; tiled baths 2-car IpeDdf, room. kitchen bath attached room header sod on ._. anS tIII
r 37 W. Washington._;_ I tile floors basement at.m Un& csrage. on two lot*, two additional er In alcove. Screened front porch :." 864)00.) W. J. LIttler Realtor- Ta- eCtlOB to kOaBd w tat****.*** fill fl I. --.- "-. me do

PAAC-SU W. Harvard.deaat. 1 EAST 8IDK-.-CoCTenitat to ererythlnt T copper plumbing ut, "at, Iota free. Tile roof oak floor firel !I and large breezeway to the l.r..1 varei. Pta.I I la vala Boy Wits? .
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i at roastar is..rs.. 2-. Nice 2-bedroom borne bcaa fully paneled porch l place screened porch new.automatichot Built-in laundry tubs. Large corner I! FIVE ROOMS.-Famished apartmeat i tBcreaa W. San J :;:. 0i.'s.F" .
kaawaajk- 8-in oidEstr*. 79 c 13S.Otlasia tUally farnlsbed. lorely kitchen an I I 24 fruit trees. First Federal mortgage !! water heater and range. Price : tot. Price 19.320. liberal terms. Two for rent In Leesbarc. Contact W tor*. tot rth .* lie Iii
B FABst 1--. will take imsll i very desirable adjoining tots call b* Water. .. CM aid kB I
las eaolpoed. new retricerator. floor 111.500. owner 17850. Can Peter Bereft with O'Harra A. Rose. 434 North 3rd 8U Passe OB****
tooj Hiaaoofy roaatfaitaaa. wood and cartRnlton. or cash for equity. 109 K. Pine. Phone [ bought ressonsbly. McNutt-Rtsstey, ; Paved. Carrttaa *>*to: :
farnac (12.000. Jamersoa bungalow G. H Moore. 2-23. I 1 I II I Z9< Green. Leesbarc. Fla_ -
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tia*** rtt stoke* Central. Call A. T. Son Realtors. Realtors. IS W. Washington St. I Carrtcaa kt .
I, '5. 70 X. Ktr.dl 2-311 NORTH SmZ tot*. 3 bedroom Phone 5104.SUBURBANModern i WE HATE a fine selection of -Quil- SI: *TeaiB*. S-BU4. .
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framoi _
akat flhscls kidittos I
Carter *._._ ., Screened I ty Homes and Buslnr." tor sale. .
I El. -
ksja ato<* Allaakad tara*.. bard- 1 o' I II &xC'ELLP"f LAO -
Beautiful buncalow porch. Hug shade citrus and for service W 3. Klstler
EDGE CITY- See Tours -
i wood rtoara. Oac waits r** .a j O SIB ;
2-bedroom i III
plant yardand mas- I ,
.ode, tpscioas: heatint LANCASTER PARK. Near-Wen built other fruit. Garage tee I Realtor. Tavares. PIa.I
i Wtei.ssn : enry house. On corner kit. 2-car I 1.1554. 5.55Sf --a
Mammoth pieMr .
ground.
I la "_D& fireplace. modern. O-room masts bungalow i I l
Realty c... IM Bonk or- oTcrlooklnc tropical iardea strictly Close 1..tun. and store. Alice 'I! garage all electric kitchen price 'I i', l. Co-sale 345.1ItitAfiIi .
I window nicely furnished includingall bi 53. Groves for Sale
_. 1-MT1 _ and fishpond: over .. acre of kitchen. Its a honey. I McCoy Same Francisco. Ra I". terms. Jane Brothers. Bre-I, =Clisr. 5.ssseslan t.
.AMftZkI..1.a5.1ts.1, t.rs.u- Lovely new 3- .Jt Arcade 7 i iI 235 N. Main: 7>1. 5ScMSimta -- -
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j trait and tro e. and well worth it. tor room. I CONWAY SECTION-13-acro grove.
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U. am.a .msz.- I... bulb _t.... An Ideal bom Act today. Cadmus with J. P. Mattoz.14S NORTH SIDE-Unusually fin 3- WINTER PARK-Near Rollins Cotlece I Lart bearing trees all orange I : 1515290' derI A seal 55. 'I
j. S en drum* Boar toka.Caaaetkerrr. 51.505. I for the -r.Ured professional or N. Main: 5809. I f bedroom hems an lara lot. T''|, -6-room frame bunialow I and la excellent condition. Modern 12.100: i.r.a V, Whi4SS ..-. -

I I" Phoao Wtater., ".r.. Biaa or woman A plac for I : lovely has everything. large tot. 73' frontage. A seed buy o-reom twme. Oa Paved road. For detailed I P. MUM MS_ M MM tJr
Brokort AU city conveniences. Our best LAKE 1.ANCA5TER-Ndely furnish : I at 87.000. L cash balance terms. .. .
larfced.ir tta4y. I Just to 817.500. Can Mr. information see Loalc 8. I I LANCASTER pA**-85. -
j ',5w a".ur-: hone for S3040O. C R. Emerick.I ed. 2 story. 3-bedroom. 2 bth W 1 Smith r:Henry Burch. Brk.r i I Simmons with .. P. Msttox 145 Dollve. Broker. 27 W. WashJngtoa.COUMERdAL I tot. rM* ir_ $! : 4 3 .-r. ... "

oew a*ax at ktock kaacaiow.MtM I Realtor (10 M. Grant AT*. PIIoD.I I residence. Screened porch. A I 1 S. Main: dial 2-109. I Main: 58011.WINTEB JI'I I GROVE-A lain Mess, &. 135 5. -
large lot backlog to
to* ajmtv taraaiktd. saclodtaa- T34 room.. 0 Jones with M. J. ORANGE AVE.-1 block west. First r PARK. 1440 Michigan A. Counts beauty. Ideal & 9577 .
C-.a tad WMktac atachlao. I 1 12.0. 132 8. Main phone time offered for sale. One of the | Priced to selL Furnished modern varieties and stock. 2.100 fin unii ''LAd-LCif"iit ._ 4 .5 5
: Bryaa* wim Herxaaadkoatw EAST 6TDK-Dvptex. practically new. 1 Moss. : I neatest new homes only 2 blocks i 2-room cottage and garage on 65-165 I I i form trees with a coed crop set WI = IS0 Sf c. .

** ta* sisal 6TJ .. ow. a en planned. Nicely famished. A-I 691. I from Howard Johnson' .1U 2 nice | corner lot In good nelchborhood. ;,; 828.000. terms. C. W. Walters Reai > 'I I buy "ordiaary ..' n-sm- J.

Ii i condltloa. Lart corner tot with LANCASTER PARK-Near-Good I bedrooms panelled dining 82950 with easy terms Can be sera i i tor. 672T M. Orange: 2-O990. I deeirakto to svaltoktrf -
1 1f tor additional wilts. ConvenientI : $ | at all times. ... a. 54.55
room bungalow room. 3 screened prche attached I I wes% Wltsf ISIS t :
rO eplet.1
nM'IC t 4u.s.a.. J i I tocaUoa Offered eomplet* at I1S.75O. DI furnished new I carat .t. Corner J a dream WINTERPARK-Lake front. Corn I:! GROVE-10 acres fin betring 3H Plec.. FalrbsaSa Sad is. .
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awo* 11 din aii ".- Bom. B i !, Losses 11. Tyr*. Realtor 13 W. Wash-. I 'urtar.Owner called North. Priced house smen. ar* aH i iI I fortabl 5 rooms. tile bath fur. 105cr. i I; acre young trees; modern 3 bed- Lat. EIIIaZaeV 0.5Sf IPs \,

.t. 4 4 B.. at maMrMav aB aardMd -i last*. 17i. tbl week. Mr. Wheeler with Inc glad exclusive 116.00O. furnished. Betty Trent I Il I roota home: garage with laundry LA j Spa ms S .

8kaok> a i. sinus. ta **.raI I' J. P. 145 N. Main: 5809. ,,I because only 81500 1tI needed to swine : Evans. Broker. 349 N. Orlando Av*., '1 room: storage room: chicken house I ___ Slits .54 : frii *Wa> atI *>

aa 5.4 irs. KAOT BIDB-s-roam farniahed framekaaistow. LANCASTER PARK-ReaHy seed ', tie deal and tie. 1.I.nc. I p.nb I l Winter Park 515.WASM3NOTONST.. and runs; oa paved road; 0 mile I Lake EmereM ..sd s***** OB M
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;Malata Ins tot Electric witchen. 0 lovely rent at 5 .
E. Drive from heart of box line, air oak aods *
1 2425 i i city. 5OOO yield:
,_ l laam Can house. siding. S rooms I with .. Daniel Koiar Brewer Pa i
lava and ahmbbery. ;
tpaatillfci Prwt
tots. Cpr.
earner MO
by. If It looks noel to yoo contact I good variety. Price S23.4OO: terms; toratloa PTCre 11 1
at >ai11 iala 1-4Mt AM aaooaMmeat Eaatpped for poultry. ( .. terms. and bath.living screened porches.lunge ;I Sunday 7811 between 2-5 1.1 200 ', C. B. Davis. Realtor; 104 K. Jefferson. -, Ask for Paul Hsrdmsn with Mantle cash sad 119 maaea.

'- .aw* 4 A t I OkJa fteal fatal Borthwett-Lari* screened porch. I dining room large room kitchen fireplace good large sued I S. Main. 1 1i I 2-1649. 86.950. terms. I Williams Realtor 21 wen Wathlns- 64 K. Oatral *
ass hills room: tram hnnialow.
I bedrooms' 68x145. Shade trees. WASHINGTON ATX. S.-2 bedroom I i ton Street. Phone 8106. I LAU KXOWUS T tRA |r4ifi|
4 Partially furnished. Ga- I Icrte
f- b.dr.s.s. .
fAt Ifms
A Will home. i ORWU MANOR-Nearly new con- I .. Park etlS. m iicaltiXd (aaf.Vntisl .
IT.OOO. ., Weir SysUm. suit you 'o a Under- new. $ W cash. See Mr. 'itI'
.*.. & I utM. .s.. race.. tZO E. Pine easy; 4641. I priced a win finance good tile bun.a., completely i iI Boerstler with Henry Burch. Broker. !| GROVE AND HOME.-.40 acres land. WaB ttaa 8k* ea*

= iris 4tsi as saMa.ss.s. is. EDOEWATKR MANOR-_2 bedrooms !' Jim M. C.ldwU with Asher Peter I funlhf. ApblC .dining oon W i,I 12 8. Main: -\!! .. __._ I I It 24 sties fine bearing trove. Valencies : or cash Boa 132 Aaooa*
Realtor Central and I.Ut Pineapples sad tangerines.
2- 26
Sf155. C .. .. tlaaaed la sleepIng porch lane | 0786. cr. M.I; .. 2 bedrooms. Large cornerlot. '1 WESTMORELAND DRIVK. N.-Extra I
-. b 5si5t. 1M X. *ft r* a. Jko QVkB room wit* fireplace oak floors Price S12.SOOOO. See Prank I!I large well built home with S bedrooms | 249 years 99.old. 1946-47 crop told for 19.- LAKKHOO PROfITits.. at -.
I No cold
1 d.m..n
Oak floors living room. warm r.
tarotMBOttt Lsrt lot with good I I Hays with Belles Investment Co. U large *t. p5.15.4
w _. lie M.i..4 akod and cItrus tins Completely LAKE ADAIR SECTION bedroom. W. W..IIDltoa PI.. IIJ. [ dining room end kitchen. PMrat i, spot electncity Also, 7-room etc. A house 40s. tnveitment.and bath Iota sad ro.s.sc 5.5. 'oa .JIt
9)oaV tarnished laclBdini 8plJt-r7 washlac -I classed enclosed sleeping porch: an I I neIghborhood Close to school on I : tost
aod dttnaw at tkas B. F. I Price reduced to 124.000.: 13.000 cash. = 1 ,1hI_ *
I For immediate bus line. Large lot. 110.500.
g.-3 I a.rs< t iBm kwkjtaio atttiB kiskB machine. Good bus service and fuJb.d. 18.43. MANOR-3-bedroom. lod.n'f 672 balance 1. 2 and 3 yrs. Mr. Tltner hi_
fjiaAnil HWM to 1. .. alhkrhood. I88M. I4OOO mort- S 1 Bryant with I I'ORWI bungalow. Large Boland. Realtor CanrIcanBldg. : with J. P. Mattox. 145 5.. Mala fin.t-' laaiku ar tfMB kBaaaa BIlavettmeat is leSmS .
a4MB* %! *k* .. ftoot MI us.Nockel.0Nesl.. Realtor 118 X.Roktaaoa I Realtor. 2 w.s WashingtonSU plot..1. heat; IDd.p; N. Oranee:2-4551._ 51101.I Be* Hal kkO 9 I. 'N
Phone 8106. I Autl.t Ifel. ro I I Bitt.. Ot SO WkaV
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strw, w adks. oavadaal : dIsl2.3'733._ Best WASHINGTON ST. Oust I .
k5.r I T I I : ;= .r balance- like :I tare S rooms sad bath. Lot 85x i'I I hlI'8& P5.55 MU 1seim'

*'waa1 aajtwts fM kajk aad kstch- BABT BIDK- -Nearly new 3 bedrooms. LAKE FRONT...Would you like a nice 'i r : wu M. J. Mo I,, 140. Only 17.5CKR Fred Carrels. Brk- I GROVE AND a nismt .

MI4W ABiB J .. Doabl comer tot. I8.SOO I little buntslow just two blocks 132 : phone _ I II II I ken- III ECentralhone555i. HOME-10 acres onI '[LOTS OP tthi at **ry amaB daa*
askaVaadBdk. ***fc S 677. I I corner of 2 paved roads 10 minute
= "* *y with sat, (2000 cash and S41 per : from th city limits on lat with i O BLOSSOM TRAIL- New 71 : WINTEJCpAi t CIRCLE-New house '.of Orlando. H, i ptrmeats.tlons. sad ta -
property .
It: ___ a.ssth.'Ndt aed" e cept better ., nice bPal Landscaped tot im I 1 =house: can be made Into club i Large screened porch automatic : large fine producing covered with. !| PmcSft V ::: .
orange tree
k rry' Itartow 0. Predrkk. 11* H.Oraac sln. Only 85.250 Yith.uelnt ] easy. Must sell. Call owner. hot water heater. Butane .. bard-. i I Comfortable modem 5-room home.* | Dial 3-1000. 41 Wet ..
.. Mr. Wlndbam I.U floor. Lot. 50x113 ft. Only
wood
Dial 8188.It
I Winter Park or writ F. O. ; Offered for only 116.500 Trd .Iui LAKIFRORI LOTI-Sa loiefUskB
.f.usu Poa& Uv la OrIaDcM.- Swone. Realtor. East 140. 14500. terms. A. C Golden. Broker I i K.
-Ta. list .. I Sisal W 6 Orlando. 11'V,1L0"1* ."in. Realtor 143 I UBMWi. Cite s.sa.it-uces
I. S imdi50ms as Is is Pine. Phone 5812. 1121 N. Orlando Ave. Near Maitland I I 2-1464. I itrtcud. "?cIft.H II. 6k. IM K

.5 .. Pmsmsulsl imi- EAST-rar '.t.n value. Cut*, comport LAD FRONT-Her. U your Itt I underpass). Winter Park. Open Son- Sp.clallsui la Grvve" Colonist Dr.; ..1 '

= l t 64 UM taaw umioaw .hit* kvniatow; red roof and dream home. Partly furnished ORWIN tional 2-bedroom MANOR SEON-Eco, day. I I I LA1'ICA8TPDRmlet..ww I

runt *o* kavi .. .. 3 screened porches. 2 bed- feet condition city limits mu.u furnished. Nicely shrubbed. Fruit WINTER PARK Just 10 minutes I w. 75ai3 isis P5555 -5.4
-M i *k hwsxwl CheeMe aoara bath kreeieaty stories room. 85.250. Wilma March terms. I drive from town Und on the but I $437- tan 4 '
P.- rtm *5. k* obea tky Mat city _.._.. No taxes. In- Rodger 1 N. Court. 7990. tres. At.cf with garage. 1.5. Pryde. [Hue) we offer suburban Florida liv 51* Sw
I. 'eon* fill 5.55 awao sad apert. .*ke offer. 2628 K. Jefferson. LAKE north) ca.for RoL 1-4J96. ing at Its fInest A gracious Colonial I tAU FRONT B.o al"\k* ...
.. Or. LAKE
I U'OIblok COUNTT .. .
s i .. Shore Eastern i
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home In a completely private I
Ta.- .. S With
S i k M aiave twof. *olar rADtBANKB isdr. ..a ren(13x20P. b I Bay" Wi Confidence -Deal oak shaded setting. bedrooms. 2 I plot 300 U 800 feet .*.
= .im *kd t8rac.. awr BddtUoBAl tots tBcladlnc 2 corners.Beartac screened room dlette. I i I baths. 2-car caragc a screened |Tanurillea 668 trees. Psrson Brawn feet lake froM wtth lab.fI

to.. .. Motoiy cror. Garai Laundry Dr. .te1 W01 W i porch and breeseway as large as a I 2X. Marsh Seediest grapefruit 147. mm wait **a d '
Pius toy.aMd .50 with ... Cnkkea boose. School 1. had. 1 t''IORNG& BLOSSOM TI- New small bunialow.I There Is a lovely These are old trees and extra heavy I vale rtad 30 miaol fp
1. -.t.c aad Utaalt bwse Winter Park ati- P.J1 built be. tot. I lake view with SwimmIng and fixb- {(bearing. In the bin section of Lake I 00 55154 kteb.av. 5.s LaSs

.. us tad dtauM roata tots. B. Ufltttoa. lit.000 oa good r of Lat h.no. w* a I 200 it highway Bargainfor I I Inc only a few steps from the front ,Cotaty. This grove is for sale. CaD Mabel. 350 or mar* Tktlaj i .,

*M .Ma aad kM tkeai terms. Bee Mr. Ayr with Root. UPrrd 2- (14x21).. large living 1 rom home or business. 6500. terms. I door. Prked it about V> of present I us for showing. ;' boating, sad evIscaise se wi5., '

4 sag SIMS *. Realtor 86* W. Ounce; terms. ph. Bolsnd. i: Jim M. Caldwell with Asher Peter replacement cost. ROM Kty Ander Dclmir (Radio Sick p. -

01 ssswa. ... H'dj_ With I room.. 11.5.. Bide. 672 H. Orange Realtor cor. Central and Main; son. Broker. 375 N. Ortnge: 8823. Hal Bro*.. Agency Realtors 112 K. ,0., Bar 441. OrtaMO.ORwni sanl.e..
it* toro outtaf rooaa tad Bar WIth CeafIdeDeal ""**. I Orange Ave. TeL S189.LAKX I -
: 24551. 2.1 WESTMORELAND DA. 20 IfAt-! MAKOa m r.
M oaav Art -Fryde. ____ I. r
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= J LAN tracUv bungalow. 8 rooms Ml. let si fur
a. but ,;: PAIJlTiLLA-m blocks from lake. DAVI S"ONPel.. : ORW MANOR New roof lane lot with trait tree and I r by wwr. rtMM tMMLI Sf $445 I t fli

takV Paralahed 3-kedroom modern home. I ) additional cm.r i steel casement windows tile .,... Owners Sal*. Famished er.D1unllled. : APOPKA SECTION 34-aerc .tBtlt...
n.INRtI *. traet. Lart bTtnc roil.4 lots fertile l R h0.Own window sills. 2 tile : acre grove, all Parson Brown oranges. ,I iiLinRRAa-- :-
Wells city. Make I -'J
toadMM is trouad Pric S71SO. B- i '
Itroea I e off'r. Ac .
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oz4.1 yk ., wIth Boat. U Pryd Realtor. M8 fl.Oraate 10. Harold V. large living :WINTER PARK-Owner says make 7 years old. This Is a warm "; Ate: lake trw asS U.. fisisI
3 location
u- ril INRtI.at : I-45P8. 1. 6137.LOCKHARTFour. '>'en compact aa offer oa this attractive new 'i Louis and a beautiful young crove. Attractive BcVrt. Carl Tnpf.I Denspar. _
-Hiikjmaito withJPryd ear csrsge bungalow. Large coraer lot. Two bedrooms I'| S. Doltve Broker 27 W. Wash- 31 K. Or.. 1-O441 in /tkras
Deal
a karot soitol tad B** Wttk Confidence- I with the of this I ingtoa.LAKXFRONT. I _
.isim uMs 15.5. "_________ room fram cottage 1 pleased attractive home fl pl.1 a select I large living room with fire I '.: V.flfltRPARE-Larg. tot Ml Pft** .aa* .
S aiatuai law* 55. BBtwtlaaasf PORMOBA SECTION On block no b.U screened front porch. :, neighborhood. Price 12a. Harlow I place. Modernistic kitchen and dining HOMX aDd grove. I': read which loads U MMt isis MB ap 04 Ma* sis.lot
aw*> aaevo aaea *v .. sites neat 2eeftItnetl i' Owner can gin immediate room. Mrs. B. G. HenkeL 360 Edin sores, Stt acres heavy bearing I'beach front set Lk MlM$3JOO. PsisswDcTxa .
AT 118
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from Oraas 0 .4T1
.1fimt Pk. 1. Or.DI. D burgh Drive. Winter Park. CTOT 2-bedraom borne 400 ft. beau I *
Mew lL possession. In clean and good .. ,.
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his k8 r1im. I| 18. j' tiful lake frontage. 814.000. tents : 'C
sad .
SajTTlSooTowa
Wm.Mttntwi. WOULD i
: Ph. Till. ; furnished Inctadin: !, Ilv TOO LDXX a home oa a
CODdOa r.n7 great PARKdabs K-swims-
_, b O""o.I Louis 8. DoUve. Broker 2t I fMjai PUMJI ***
t _- busS aad wtth 1. Daniel Kollt. 200B ; t Rner.tr. Price 12.500 *!.I fin lat ? I hays a 6-room. a.. W. Wash Temple Drt. Mrtml.Pfctir Pvs.I r
kawtMOi I Ilate melon: dial 8412. 'I :
w ta t tort etoaeta. i McNutt-Heasley house 100 ft. frontage en fine I =
MtI._ _- 15 eu ruie I lORWnc 1H story I Ii I tea Itfideva inI ti-se' s-
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MaBBaM isiS etoaeu WINTER i
jwooAVI-3-bedroom. den. I Washington aL MAORMod.n. baths.hardwood and hard road close to Forest PARK-W* offer on. of I those cb tr. winter Prk hen 5* to* a e'us54a ..
wWd,> loe ked fram boniatow.Kseeltoat I Phono 9100.LAKK i; home. 3-.droom Late Academy SChOOL Inquire J. this section's most subataatiaiEwe ,I M 121. n .. Mtlr. M MM* 55 5a4
lot. A
Mai aMkVaaW Too Ht ads win acr aed portS floors. Fred Rick. 101 East Par Are.I .. at $1250 per Produe- !
lot monthly ramU. OtflMMMe. seaS- .
aoBwo* is lllkM eoaditioa. Oa tents i rifice at 116.000. Stripling Orlando. cn''s 55 ists. .54 555 Sw
> paid 11":1 Fit.
W B4MM w4Mk 5 ttt rtoora eorered eMS orane tni 1. $5500. I FRONT-W. arc proud t* present 1 J. Broker 132 Main 'I i: upwards, ot 25.000 aa- ( A took will Mtlcfr Careless '5, s
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I laaiiiiuty rarmiaa- Kaawdiaai pa.an.lon. J*"** 'WIth to the public what w. considerone : 9No S I LOVELY 4-bedroom 3-oath horn* Exclasive I II aaany9t Pineapple Valencia I' Bctond. lac.. Omfn. CarrllM *X* Swim 55 ..
aajd 132 8. Mala the best buys on the market location Iota of trees cir-I seedling: and grapefruit. This B73 M. Ora.o: 5-4MI 5.S m
Broker ;
M. J. 5105$ *
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r ** 5.0 5., **oa* aa a. o I cular I is a reliable producer and h
A lovely 2 baths. drive. 2-car carat* with Irvine ee.,55r -
( PB trt. 1 tn. 3b J"I' I 100 PT. Bosinrsa LOT lOt f.
MB** to* 15.15 54 51 551 1 'IORWIX MANOR-New 3 retarded by citrus men. David
quarters above.
Paul P.ss 5.55.,, I iOLDEN ATE.-4 rooms bata.tcreened frme h..1.t acres of I' bora masonry I See sir. Boestler At with a prewar price. drews. Realtor winter Park 659.WINTER h171 Rabbis >t Bu.. '. $2405 i --
HenryBareh.
5S. P5555 a-ms. sleeplnc porches eaa I trees liMiting with u.IM Usit, Ses88g.
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and T tots oak I Lsrgt cool front porch .nrlkll,jphslt tile floors tile bath Broker. 12. 8. Main 2-1090. | GARDEN 4 00-OOK 1. MaIm pba.s: 1 t -
tan*. water hester lake. Has carate ttcl. drlu. Ni. Irnl STOP PATINtiRZNffOOjj"jjj I Ibungalow mainly Valencia on soar root I ,
... Aeept sinS to new condition good Income A comfortable dlln. rm O.nl i,I: 816.500. For this and other cood IbiNothT: $- ;Mt VMTuu 5sims.
usr-o.si ... trUer part ,'lIIen& S. Or- Dubi> with laundry with city water and elec tree values now &It tile sttrsedos .
garage Wm.
t. home you proud to tub Tn"I': tricity. Priced see O. Brother
13000 for nick :
Trail to HoldcB. east .1 b 1m sale. dread Cmutry Oak aettsa. I.- 5
*a*> Bliaiam agreeably Broker. 21 X. Washington. =
.5 >e4 twMalied. ItaVvMt mediate Mike Flower. t. n
-r I ... BortB 3rd. bous Mn.M MII. I.I througbont the house. I Requires only 11000 cash. James J.Hackatt .II ahe. CtoKom. Is arhosi bss aM
woodwork
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5.smsw k 33 8. 5529 i 5 ;
AND 2)
j tr. M.1 : I II. Realtor 1317 811th .ACRES Touac : .
snd should I. Priced tr _M7.trnni. C'NII t'f
C "d. 1 Waded lot. 110.500 I .
us Wkf Boat**; U 5 P Nicely "Opposite ACLRB Depot. Dial BIYd'.1 just set this gprinc. Early .
I variety I J ..
Dutch 1 GI Harlow O. Fred- >p* Bn* I K. MaIm 9934
BAJtklsON charminc
: B aaM aoao tar** n.-A '
.ppr.1 en hard road
10 minute from .
i-s* fao an "tr tea cotoaial home. comfortably foralakd LCAT. -Lancaster Drive I irick. Ill Dial. 1188.j 1 GOING NORTH'-6-roont. Venetian I Electricity. Nice building site. town. BIAU732Vl.RIOffkNtN .. :, :T 1-1. rw

55.54.54 suitS...' Si .55. and located oa ins of Orlando's -t beautiful One of OrladO'1 most j I "It's great to live la Orlando.! 'blinds, attic f... Hardwood. Nice I J. M.HlnCo"" Garden Apply front lot. RntrirtM ., 53.554rash. .
Lore raap.ed triM Bwrta: moat ...Uf1l1 streets. 3 bedroom "UD.alO.Sbowa by appointment tot: near school. Owner. 2511 Elisa MSURI. 5. Box 784.* Orlando. Rd. X rl* Shaaaoa Bar Oass. 5is.51s. S
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Fla. ;
m bath*. .ar RL 1 Pde Realtor. both Realtor 112 Park AC IPark. .. --
10415 a.rs51. 5Si5 "VI toad *a room 668 N. PARK LAn SECTION :Vacant t.
.i lilt ka .s I a* o .. BM tarat Lot. lOOxlW ft. There i* no I Oran.r 2-50. I room. Spick and horn BUNGALOW-Clot* In. Partly fur Pbeae_;. .a.tt :

-l. tow aod otoeo SI too twB*. thiao to SPaTS with this for 812.000. .- ; BU Pryde.. Col.nc Deal &I garage apartment Only I nished. nice condition: large 11 TWO LOTS -- 100(115. MMa tLlihU. enn.e si4 man
*5 .. Ot ass I. Mana. Terms available. W* have the j I I fle Don Dudley. BcalI I screened porch garage. 3 blocks to I GROVES-ONK OWNERSHIP vaUr. IWi aU .44& BMMi 505 m.5 .
IJttB .t -j: key Altoa Johason. Realtor. 140 N.Ortate I 15. he1v. stores churches and business. Immediate 8-gtar. = 1s.ldlLISI
P4BKB fc M
5515 5.a .. rajtl> d Owa- ; M12. "SpeelalUlni la LAKX ESTKLLX SECTION-2 story tr. 21U. I 17500 terms. Sam PrIced from 1500 to 160.000. Average _
aiaMia"KALTT I hem with 3 Mdrool Urine room; I Johnson Co. 208 8. Msin. price well UDder 11000 per ,
*. dining j SCHOOL DISTRICT I acr including macMa-1 55. Country Property for
{ room kitchen ; buildings and SwI
iiZ-- ,. 8CHOOU SECTION-Bunta--I t Basement with mode PICN bungalow. 20 ft. .I FOR TOUR OLD AGE. that it may I ery. !) I s

.Pnsau -5.usta.- tow. partly tarnished t bedrooms. and several bearing fruit pretty treeg.yard See log room.munl. bedrooms nice b* carefree. Acquire this wen lo I.Courtney Realty. 392 North Oraac 'CONWAY 8XCTK OB _.....

$III ..a.I r.- kkc coadiUoa: 2 toU. nice lawn. 2- j;i this If you art looking for a Country I kitchen .wired for electric rang cated. well conditioned thoroughly I Avenue; dial 3-247L. I I with electricIty. I ailW* OMMicbttB -
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ar carat.. IS9SO terns. Saul Johoaa with overhead I equipped apartment. Priced at *!*.- II lips tot calli. 4. 1
55.55.5. I home tn th. City. Priced at h room duct.Pt .
n"t ka* eM C. ."J08 5. ..._ 810.000. with terms. Ask rbt &te$7300 00. Appr..ed.O : 000.00-85.400.00 WIO handle. Exeluslve I pine- and hammock. 53535 5a.tsn-

ran tor KALEY ecBOOi.SiCTlONMod.., |I I : <. Immediate Harlow with Prescott Steele. Broker. EHtor 130 E. R7531 1
Benson
is.is with Msrtle Real- solt. "r't i 123 ACRES This crave has perfect :. c
!Dial I 2-1008. 45 Avenae.YOU'VE
Dial
Crystal
04.5.54. 5.aSa.. ktoek bwwatow overtooklnc 111 N. cotniTiY""PabPnTY "
SimSl5 tar. 21 West uz Street. O. Plet Av. I freese 'protection aod a fan *_ Kit 1
crop
LaM. Priced tr suck sat at S8.9SO. Phon 5106.LABE & DRXAMED of ..ur.-- set the Ask Asker Ptr. lUaftor. -Is
oa trees. I'.na.f
I fs.4' )*u jailfiaaa- faj. Mr SaltS 12 8. Main silk:Henry dial 2-1090.Burch. Broker. -I' "It's treat t live b Orlando. I gslow modern of 3 rambling bedrooms ranch and style 2 baths kaa- i Ma's finest .rc- 11.200. per Flor-acr*. ,' probably ka.w." OatrVI aa4 Mala.FAIHTILLA -1..

51 Cavenaugh. .
Bat anus rrrreaftitda from town. 430$ BtCTlOM C b I c k ..
I tiki VIEW BOME H*. -. INJe | tile construction oa a big lake.
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5.k fisi raped ClIo Pr.I. rooms and CONTACT C. -DAVIS for groves:' ranch. 11 acre TIcS U4. A**
Pusd is.51 PrtrM bath. 55,555 aad breesewas.. Near .. screened front porch facing FRINCKTOK SCHOOL SECTION I There are 5 acres and It front oaHighway i ii la tile famous Indian River Ctotrict. i far Oowera. .. Tfcrtaklta Mroom < I Mtwo
ample
suburban I 17. There Is roomfor I
ak
= ; c M&I bM addiuoa aad.atoret.Pansies la Snores.this Only IS7SO. ,I lake 84000 nice yard King fruit Real tn. 1'5. i' 81.000.one of give the* Immediate older type possessionof roomy i cabins or any other business. See I II 104 K. Jefferson. 2-1649. i: lags and flaw" hottw.ipamt toad M car w0.fa*.imi- 5. 4PA4ASII

I .. .e.- -.. C O.. Ttrlor, Broker. :18' II. Orsncc.M4t. Church us.83. "Open Sunday." fom.suitable and for sleeping a crowlnc porch.family.Cir-I oar north was ot -al this d.property 821.500.9'terms.miles 53. Acreage for Sale cral thooaaad chteb_ it l scm.*

and tnva. Oases
as s.sI.is s-iwus tsr bedrml grapefruit araB
M. J. Mod. Broker 132 Maia I
55. 5 05.5sf LAKE PBONT-3-kedroom. 100 ft. ,I editing bf'.te and gas kitchen aoztoiu to MIL .ff rd sw ,ttt ,
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-55.441.5.5.. lass treat: taad beach boat boose.: I LAKX FRONT-Something new U range included..eNfa.bus and shop phone 5971.COMPLETELY I;CONWAT-10 acre land good Iota- SS290. 8.* Ur 8t*. rt wib Bar MElwpticrd

.. is l."o.u..co" Bear j ping. can be FURNISHED home. tion. *n paving. 82200. Sam ; Realty Ca. S WM$-
; cf.nltl Modernistic exterior | paid convenient 1500. Terms *r will discount 81000' sea Co-. 208 8. Main._ | laden St. PMu $I14.
nr. i Do: with Joe Ol n.lr for .. A good Investment rents .
w'P !: LAKE'PROJTT: fins ik front: beautiful interior : CHENET HIGHWAY EAST-10 acr LAKB FRONT IUU .lUaordlaaft* '
: 5.54 .. B.y .w tt Summer .I reDI"ol 6638.IPALM. I II for 875 per month.Set Vet Van Botea. ,I corner location; 1l.J9$ C. B. Elrtaat main naldcec aOMr ltaBOildlnti. .

i ante Whit Bros, Brokers; 824B I.. anil. Exclusive section. WIth Clyde McKeasie 11 8. Mala. Davis Realtor; 104 K. Jefferson. I .; laadtcaetd acfn ..
he .
U Phone 24775.wotfLDYOO
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: MBit __ ______: I Labs I 2-1649. trand b ath. Hipkh. Brattr 8-4511
tRNI CIRCLE Tmly lovely Myers with D. Woodward. TERRACE- a Stiver LIKE a good I room. crrR1JS-l20 acre between Lake J' -
& LAD l"RONT.II. .*
Ajtfm If"au.- I boat for .lacrtlllllt.t1Jt1 family: I ; hv a very frame bungalow with 3 bIg screened I Sheen (Southwest tide) aad South i lalow. Slate roof. Ui* noara OIl .

sid Orlaado s beat homes finest I Broker. P Winter Park. IS.LAKX tIOw It Is a his six room'bS I porches In a 3 acr bit bearing gross !I i ioa Lake fronting en paved 111111..,. H acr* plot. 2aa.dunis MMIIH I. t .
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.-4stsrsk.. !if.. aal.. with IS baths tw* a high knoll overlooking Lake Surrounded peaatifai i S
l and by bearing t'.9SO. C. P. 8..... "; 4
tact Btd elsa la. 3 bednomi..1 breakfast nook two car garage Olivia tn OothaT Th.n.re plenty < Warm 11IO'See writ $5. 5.5405
groves. or Delmar i Sf .
FRONT Four room bungalow bIt I 140 K. Or o": dial t-32a.
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atreeaad front floor furaw stortge room. Then w* ln house for chickens, rabbits etc. I. 515.
P. Vi.5-Pa. pcrctt. 1 ''cf Radio Nick NicholMn. p. O. i 3.5 1
NX section.
price
in this
unal .Ith several trait Excellent neighborhood. Quick pooI OCOEK New V-rooa aad kata. 5.*. '
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0.. Watt famlsked. lot t A Box: 441. Orlando.
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luaaiii 'MOMa*. to* klPwoa Sri- Bokvkaay-Small new frame 1 b4raoai. and .r. T.I pho. M. L.1 other features ,o s oa I session. 88500. M. J. Moss. Broker. crete block ataccw Iota af wtoCom. > :-.
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moder Near .. store: 8116. before 9 l.m. I j inspection for 114.000 with ., ca-I 132 8. )Ialn'.phou.6977. | CHENEY HIGHWAY Close la tract modern coo***!****: 1)* saris CoisW
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-&ete.a feat down. Barlow O. Fredrkk I 1345. 150 cash aDd 119 monthly. of Und an paved niiavtr LoraatoaitaHabla .
p Offkr. tchooL 8227 1311 cash,, I 11 BEAUTIFUL TILl residence. -'*-
LAKX ., brickhome. Dial 815$. McKelvey. 14 K. Central. Phones i for kntlBna. M4o. C ftatla .
j II* moatkKiatuwer _aaloL
F1--. and I O.IIU. hve la Orlando." room. 2 bath quick |I 8521 or 1907-J-2 evemats. Realty. !i iMERRTTT Davis. Realtor 104 K. frfTtnoa.
I Realty, 42 W. Concord 2-S T. i a. Edsewater BHallUII. J. M_ j'
i OOU4 se "*. 3ti tile oak and tile 6977. I ISLAND-835 .. "?ertiie.sir. I 2-114' .
f. Broker. 132 S. Main: phone
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uUra'lI Automatic 01 furnace. Kk PARR LAKiitCT1ON'Beaut1tu1a- .. Good water electricity C SUBURBAN r- ASciI I Bile frM = = s is
.. 34.4'sI ftrModrB 8. 'I' JUST OFF NORTH ORANGE A VLroom. -
I Ps5.
beach and Located on large 813-500. B. Darts. Realtor 2-1649. 9t"
whit .
priced tow
home on aaa bottaai
katB firnlihed. else I dk IsIs
$71. rawm Oarate. b 4 2-atory cottage. 1 bedroom ,:'
51 544I
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dt want to
=', ills atukea. veoeuaa kliads. alec., I. D'a Jt O"De Broker 931 N. ., and tl-eplnt porch. Livable but ORANGK BLOSSOM TRAIL 1. 2'4 with 1654oot fronta. and npanaartihU.

.5. *isd s- Sr..s.4 I tn* took waaker aid twin tub. p5w.I Mor. Terms 1111. < 5013. I needs tome repairs. Built oa rear af and ken tracts nearest Orlando ApproxlBaWly 400 f,*t -
bull I ,' if _.H. II 000. Has t* k* area I Inl 1'.5 Main B! ROBINSON ATX.-Lake Kola one lot. Good location for home or rental Development oa each tide. Priced Modern 2- edroai boat. fmraUbAan ::.
1.- :: 1.. : kt be tpomlsud. Owner 2-7402. llcllo. Relt. 1 a ; : block'-r_ ml.n. l.a for unit an front of property. Handy right with terms .I,. M. CaldweU electric kltciwa $*240; ass be r to _

... 11. I to Huekel- sub Asher Peter. Realtor -corner'I' adjoIning land. Jaanrisa aad Carter,
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Aw I LAKE rROKT PIT* r.m farnlsbd r. .Ptrf'Dt to stores and bat. 4000.
: .r I cneat house or ok 118 X. Robinson Central and Main: 2-O786. !' Realtor 70 K. Ceouai. Pains A. T =
''I, Bam* oa pretty lake la ConwtyMcttoa. : : otl O'Neo.1. Realtor. Carter. 151. .-:
iDi. mJ
| large
M.100 for Kk tsl*. 'LotkOaXkO. L VWmoden ru floors. Una r. er 2-3753. .._ ORANGX BLOSSOM is .
*. b.a41 Catt Mr. Monk with I I Priced right I. Rnt BUT DIRECT from owner 2 good .'. main street TR..UI.FIw1'I'Id. .5s isran-.

1M .. .nsi I 0 ..n. aalot K. Pin; -. room Furnished. will take or at1 104. K. Jefferson. 2-111. 2-bedroom on. concrete block. ment 'sores fatan. 20 acres or SOU 1 HI AST Hew atajoory koaw
f 0jiiiaradd Many IC c 1 1320' ft highway frontal nearest with s extra large room and Ml : t'WIt
*4aj B> I P LCKTKHART-Bay like real. 3-room 'r..*. Owner. 84.950. term Ph. 2-416O. i
i 241.td I Orlando. PrIced to sell good term hath and shower. 't1te..na. ;
PS is' em sas It *
:dwelbad. Suds rapatr. Oa bo* line. I apartment. New.
t aad
i PROPERTT With 8-room BOMB garage Exclusive. Jim M. CaldweU wtth.1 plattered. the fliers art B4a
5.sMsrimmiIaL 1&41fMlt"L KtoctnritF, ROSEMXRK> tB4
lass wIth Hot'OeM.t.
H r.1:5.5,1siss.: alee tot tot 2-bedroom and sleeping porch masonry Asher there to ale .
hams facing street. Oa Peter Realtor. 70 K. Central a flreplac Tar
ataa lot N. I
BrottK (77 ito ITS with 30 ft. wid. Brand new bedroom.cement block boule.lable new for buyer. -. I also a 2 room cutlass VMS aa4 ba. I! "
tal.lt. .
4 koaV, Oracle MS* _ nuo. : Apartment famished aand rented. ,, La
i It. big Lab [ band equipment S acre land on paved &.*. Book I,
i a aka, MMOTB ., Pa. r trlcklasd.Brokec. ORAKGK BLOSSOM TRAIL-6 mOn =
an eio* LAKE sus'iiO.r 3-kdrom tram, .. f atc Price. 166MI. Wistxir $ ) homes furnished
tad bath good nelghbor- I are at MM 00. S
P.1[ tooth 10 acri.-640 ft
eJa I un..ctuw : frontage.
55515. IsrIuw 4..Msa5.f I .
23 W. ChurcB 8675 tee
Is kalht. Ian living : Kartow .9iE.R
about 0. Predrkk. lit
shrubbery CSV N.
i .k1. "ab. IIr. Dust ,* $ .. C. B. Davit. Realtor 104 OeaM
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us 41.5. jaat lie dente4IIAo roam, kw porch. Oa lake, 88750 cash or term : cash. HOMES Beautiful Borne that wIll K. J ff ,. 2-1649. DIal $151.TURKIl, U.r'
.5w. _. &. a.sts, .., .. Immadtato ..1011.: I 1 Realtor, 610 N. .. : mISs of Possession '

oak M5Ol.prn I 12)400. IoraL Jeee* with M. J. J .. Agency 112 X.Ortntt I IIJUh'l to 837.30000 Ot j;I ON LAKE-Wlndermere section. 28 'I I sp1, us er
den. A .
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sa.s Mi =Sal Mr, Mea. Broker, U2 B. aID phone; LAKX & .ld Avt Ttl RnI. I' course there to a Lakefront aimeD; acre*, large lake. *a paving; gem LAd 5555% 5 .
good old boots with 5ECTI0MSees.
** .45. IU *k4 IauiU I. flt 'JI.II. r.I timber build cabin 2250. 8am *
'-* 0 5 .ak. oi* IS5124. _. 1 t modera bath upstairs and H I .4 them. Prescott T. Central Steel Avenue. Johnson Co.. 208 S. Main. of toad. 4-rooai high panty tmfnUted. I a
'i closet Lot __ I Dial12-1008. 45 West including ._ .
down. Abundant space. tat .051 1 r a.z
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I ua, He Wsi i LAKE; ADAIR BKCTION-Older tram.' shad and Could b* .. i 2I I SAN*'FRANCISCO-Owner Just 51- 1'4 ACRES -Fronting 100 ft. oa I icrator and hot water heater Does

laud Mlot km start acid. slims UasBwol I'I ku MS low la i aod condition and I into Income ebl. bat deserves I SPRO L na.baU l rived in town ta fell their home Ian toka and road. Ideal for well with electric PVBK tort -

.44 ova* 5* aflM to es *J.oO .I ; nicely farniahed. Five l I i b* horn of people who appreciate 1t bedrooms le Will sacrifice for 84500. auick talc, camp or homesite. S1.5OO cash. T. J.LtndoTTl. ca BOB**. brooder tool boat and
< AMMMB ,.. oa pa
af *tm** to.k m M ut .Hk anti: I! arreeaed Sisal perch saris sad I 1 I Illt uaUt. secluded l.r.1 cnYD& I : floors doubt garage !: shade. 27 lane citrus. Northwest oa 2-3963 or 24737. ;= 239 M. = 7Mt.WDTTXR I
TIM 1 .
to tit* kt 5.io
Kor room. Frit $6750 00. BarlowO took- Rio Grand. Small cash payment.
Alice McCoy This U worth
I t. af lot sat .. avaaUi, Pndrkk 111 Jf. Orans. dial 8188."It .. ;, 1"0. Realtor Room 4 S.ml. I :: See H. K. 1 balance like rent. Johnston Kenny .

-W =,I $15v$51as4".s 5.5 c.wal 055. ". BftM 5siJ, 'I treat ta lie la Otiaado,1* j i i Arcade 7407.f C.ltt rtf\Y.i1 Shepherd Re.J Broker. I W. Church St.ATTRACrrVB GOLDEN HAS IT-8780 down. I 3 bedroom OAROCI frame bvacatov ROAD sxcfioK M (MdeoadtUoa : !7R.l h.1'0fMiIW

f f LANCASTER Charm and I ty .. 2 W.sll. St._ t S-ROOM and bath. 2 with beta aad a pnikii. '
tit1atySuimsi .
oT UCTIOM .i \LANCASTEH SECTION EABT ;; i I 1 beauty. A PA tram. modified .ode. tore porches comer tot 50x135.i 10 acre with 300 ft frontage aa Double israc CM? water. btork j _
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1p .. ataatiio kiss eoaetwsboedwoad ., ktock. maMIOW. Tito conatrocltoa. -. I Colonial with "It". Bits livinc roam. .. 8ttAk.. 2 n: I i Priced for quick sale. 15800. Tee Tea the old Ssnford-Orlaado Highway.oft bus Itoe ctoae M w.. PTMaxpoueukm. _

i ft..,. pared ouaet. 3 bedrooms. Ian pictnn Isado. i I attractive kitchen 3 bedrooms. 2 I a. Completely b.t Helen with Qyd McKenxie. 12 8. 1294 ft oa 3 other roads. Bargain Onlr WB50 wtta 1-J .. .
I Sub 5. ssrspy .\tOe 5.5.. .. lialam Ills floor. Oaratt t 1 I I large colorful Jhe fanf. UW I Main; 2-4775. only $ terms.A. Rex-McOlJI Realtors .21 5. t Or_ _

**. ,fcM *rer, II B. Mats. attached; Immediate potseeaton. 87SOClerma. I IS 1 ; located on a W.t Ect i 'le. p 855 .ltt Te i GF8 ATTENTION ar* still using C Golden. Broker. 1121 K. OrlAa- PbOMo__ 4147. Osise. !I ** Uava.'trtrrW .

e-oWt _ _ Sam Je&naea C*. 208 > "If_Buy aplD.I Shown by very best effort to get yoar d* Ave.. Wear MartianS TJader-1 .
D. SECTION-3-bedroom S AC'R ftHrooa s.u-i: I
MIlL 80OTHXA8T Wmter
otN pa5) Park.
: tear Open
U- o. .I only. I a1U1d.
$ tad Uiks as* aieath at n, later,. UEE "PROMT -- BtauUful troooiaom i "i .pt..In II K. Hutl'M a h..1.. overlooking bus I. I Several at this new time.ones Can for your sod Inspection we I'' I tern DIshed Penced.or amfBratoaed.cross-t mid sass tara I I: ke4 5.5 seIs.05w ,- .
sew I
b*>a o kw -kedfatai sad till I 11 l. I at win:
oa tare sand bottom toka 2.313. win make aa appointment to show I 500 bead p.sPry; 1 lort* .
.. BOSK* .515 ceMral keaUai I Btrteaed 1It_.. er. pss5.p I .
Scar strata M MAGNOLIA ATE.. .. Jamersou yea what w* 10. O. P. Swop houses: 40 roost citrus tree*,
PaM aad **i* to setS loo> Lati4 Paved street near Sea and stores,SI located Guest Boos or.1IdeU'o and .P 1&e1. Central. Realtor. fiO East Pin. Phone $512.A7rvnTlqfI. : 53-1. Ranches and TimberlaBdA berries strawberriea Tak row kOM ..
..iFU4L I pa tor*. tot. Be* Oea. P Sisal 11.604. act. I Rul '
1IeJtUIe. Broken 19SMala converting Into Doctor's clinic off i Pcone A. T. 511. t trailer or track part p.yme55. 5.
B_. C* I* B C1nI.r.u.kHii A'beit.u : -'. apartment. P 100x210 ft. C.rr _tarnished 8DURSI I ante teraw. is .. Boata Ckeaer

-- I CAK&.tnalllll.IO.. Til* COD-: I for ukk 121.s i aUBUR-llt sleep j BOMB oa Ooldmred_R4. Owner, dMa Bye* aW L& ernE
aM B taeoot .U pioetkCau !, with cood terms If desired. 2 rlu.1 GOTNO RANCH
*.. ,' 4- t testa** UBCttoa.. furalthed. 2-bedrooms,., Real I S-ROOM HOTJSK wtth'elertrtHi
c .. i4 ,S lltno eoe*. Tta4 ork* IU. krtt poeea. avtuaral tok, Ttow,., ;i O. 7. O.er. 1 X. Central J 12. te. -OpenSunday. 88950 famished or 88250 anfamished ;, 2 acres. tXSOO. tSOO i.ed
IaM4 KM Beat tetaia. M L Ckuc.. Av*. broker. 1200 acres of good crasinc 800 acres down 1M
4 $ i I SaM, fisblni iwtmnuo and boatlac. .7fr ." bays t-room, modem frame balance Ilk* reat. W. A. Mt .
.* I 4M t)** 5545, Lart tot. Be* Into for skiia..eltl t I galcw OH comer tot. with of hammock and ptn land. 400 < Broken 4'90 Cheaey Hrway _
I ------- -' I6OSO .. Bam JohnaaC SOUTHEAST SECTION-Famished 6roasi garage and lane kreeseway. bnt.1 Acres of deep mock drained under I 1 ""

*., 200B. Mis.C MATER ST. 2411onebedroom- tram bungalow. 3 bedrooms.lt lent famishing Including Government npenrtsioo lacing oa
: S comer mite oa large lake alto Ilv. tanning SMALL PARK BOM1..ASi..iIt
WCASTEJC" bt t.ll .r. kitchen. Venetian Mind ftoorescentlights.
kcWk. DCMDMAJ) BICTsON-lofetr vet -s.n.tiost tocattoa. I I II
tIs kedrooai o>.. S story Rl. constraeUoaNkaly : Modem, eota. Pur .had trait tr 1. term I> Owner matt sell-priced accordingly I treat* rwaaio* thomaS tract ear- VSrSl.hed six .wea tn-aim.asstbgagt. sp'
.rJ King Real Estate. pot slant kermod _ala and .
Ou M Call Stimpsoa Btaton. aative -
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"Open Sunday. trass all aDder good fast strand acreess4
*. 44p t 54540. Oa I toadaftped tou 2 oath*, tare living room veniences. T.l Phono 2-5 Realtors MetcaU BW*. Phone 9159. fence electric 1tI1..
IIeDL barns slaughter house.qulpm.nt. Oa11..
t.! ol ski lor n.".. Mov* la 'el r Lari tagporch SUBURBAN-Paved r 6 room Priced at 4JOO .
ace1ec ranch house with hshts wtth 4rmi far
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It* Pvveral awrta I kitchen [ home 3 I II 110. al*. MH tt-Heatl

I M *Me.tk. Oeo, m. BUttnd Boa. kreskttst nook tons 2-car carat 1. B. Inc. B HOME AND CiCOMX KxtremeJy lad cood water ended two Brahmaa cottages 400 caul head. of o -. W. WashIngton si. ;: 15
leaaora i
.... a tfl* watkdto i I-J17 .. suns wU built. A horn yM I }ORT a aelJ.. !!!_N.. OnDer.ll 9855 tore duplex beautifully rurataned. mare on* Patomma ttalttoa. Thisproperty
will enjoy. Can live Inunedlat poseasloa. SUBURBAN Cottage. 2 bedrooms Upper
r **4 to** apartment. 81350 annually to located five miles front
I 's* i: .XW terms Satt John 11 ,e screened 4 tots garden Lower apartment ...
bM k'coostruction owner Lakclaad
; car a and to a real "7. Bee tt IfInterested PERSONAL
J OR
I_ aW. *1rn ; iIbsLaD: Onl I1SOO ...I aoa Co.. 20*,B. Main. -I oak n steel easemeat .n.r. ; 1 12.6. would rent for 81800 naaaOy. Cloaa' the best pelts 893,000. I I' BUSINEss

NiP$ $.M I.S kalaea aiaatbty. ... buS Skedroaat LAKX FRONT- k* Ian lak*. 3 I Can .1r f.n lisward.roter., 300 K. Main m. toeattoa For detail Georgia .. Cash payment 125.000 :MESSAGES are ( !

$ .* $ I.*..I a****. Plrvptoc. *. city taut I. acre*, .cleared. Ramblinc type.bedr.onnL 4 I .aDr -- & Bungalow. 4 Ir r. ... '. I qukkly. easily and nSTB I II
tawnedtau -.. Prtr t4 M 2 baths tas kitchen far-. .. .ales Scblsler witS 3 roomy. JUT S roow tram cottace. LIft ; Phone 4-3081. jr. c. Lay. Realtor. the Sentlntl
'* I A. C. GM*. .... 1121 M. onus. pace barbeao oven. Forced sal. M.rl "ll Realtor. 21 West Uvtnc porch. Lifetime root. Prte only new. 2 screened ponhea. harts tot: 131 .. .. Are. .*. Fla. i -Ur Want AL I'I'i

: do hit .***' Maulaad madernaiajrfcat t 8I4.TSO 141510$. Realtor. 150 X. Robinjon at Phon Ito 88500. Btter lu on U anci DoaDuelsy. 84250 term KJliaB with Howard. JIll I I, For speedy,thrifty *f rr:. B
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.t It.!_.Business OpportonltieiCUJBI t '. Business Opportunities 61. Help WantedFemaleCASRIIRRZCRFrIONIST Sales Help A-tos-TraDcrs WantedI 78. -N
| f 17t. TraOcra-Tnicks for Salt
'"-' i r Want I irmt&iij tnttnd. tar I j
IS-I7-M. TMrtit Court and | OWN AKD OPERATE rout of postal Personable *.168'- AT ONCE Man or woman I BADLY IN NEED of 1946 tad 1947 '

; Tr ie'M"tau$ iOcaLlOs.L' 0.: I stamp machines. In and around I! young lady with office nr. service customer fo ftmoui I automobile and elder cars. Hariryj I .& -. FLORIDA >, TRAILERS Amencaa.-82215 New eoctcMr end spd. W41 Ma 1AWIe .

I .. Broker. 34* M. Orlando. Small capital '\ For Sence. New fD'a office. All product in Orlando. E.b j Wtdsworth. 615 N. Orange Ave. SUN. JUNE PAGE 15 19-ft .
: [ 15.1947 Premier 81495.
Wiatrf A4tjeaos(6aa.CoJemaa
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>. liC information Writ Bow 8M_S-Star. !I confidential. all detail tint bused business brings 845 !I phone 6597. '; ,
i f __ and Premsy stove Baft j
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: oia 1 576 average starting immediately.
STATI H10HWAT Oo e In. I WILL SELL half Interest at my new letter. Box S-ur. l Nolarge I ; awatncs. SoRes fan, bsjgfcd 1
GET TOP
CaU in CASH PRICE for your tar
In..tlll.nL 920 :; 75. Used Cars for '
US acre. i ta produeini trort. tourist court of 12 units and ii,- GIRLS WANTED for counter work. W. Frank pr. 1 regardless of make or model. Used i Sale ; trunks sit Aakne* Traier ji
,fwaKlmauif 1100 feet Iraoutt. log quarters for manager. Laundryand neat appearance. Mu have Colnl.l D. Car Exchaate. 219 W. Washington I I S. Grant Blouaos Trod sad f 5 _
a l IUWM. Ietrtc pump. "A good storage room Also 6 evernlshtslccploi Ca.hol and LOOK HERE. Wanted-Men to tart 8t. Phone 22832.ONTHESPOT /i FORD-1947 Convertible club Coupe> 17-92. f
i Its far .w=' rooms with bath. I will give tlb funald.euuUoD! Mr. W.'- I I in business on our capital. Sell Fully equipped. OUa's Used Car,,
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41..WiIue.n
J aaM good deal to man with experience to vDoT c.retr. I, om farra-hoBi product CASK PAID far tood k242 N. Oranae Ave. Phone 2-4614. t
H!Brali,. a w. Church St._ : msnsse It. Must be sober and hare De. ldorrlI' : Thousand clean used ears. Jim Cnmbie Cars. I
.rr FOBD193 4 circa
door sedaa.
M !jAIS$ OtLAKOS tood references. 612.500 cash balance HOUSEKEEPER-Whit*. For workintconpl make : to4 North Oranae Avenu Phone %i'
fall quick
sale
real HOST POPULAR .
night a pea. 8650. Otta's. Inc. 142 N. Vest .
home. I -
Live UK
-- dawn pay.a ttaa sod ratine place II located good terms. Owner Geo. Kiat 1401 .r c.r, proft panlt'.lar write R. I, 2-4521. ___ Garland St. Pnaae 2-4347. QUALITY CARS .
., .., t.aM aalaacaaW P ean baIl park and stadium.nic : W. Washington. for 2 children. .son.bl a.l.r. i JDtM, Memphl -- I
I Tf IAP.UO-It. SPOT CASH PAID for your axed ..r. I FORX>-1940 Convertible coupe. Newi
C.I 218.BOSIK nrt
nakra
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a1.t4I. an aU nar around I f. I
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See J. C. McKeUar. "Your Packard uftliefot
i paiat. mechanically Jim :
u. Total ..:. 48-62 CADILLAC SEDAN
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pnea M.OOO AN DTCOMX for
BUSINESS Opportunity Care 1. :
.ler.313
i N. Orante Ave. Phone i Cftmbie 904 .
*.. Whit Cars. Orange Ave.
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hssa. Pin Must leU 67. Employment !
en account for a man with 614.900 cash and Agencies I 1147.
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a .MS..t U Ilistis : OeLand (16S ar Vti B. > some business ability. A new modern cbldren. Te1hne 2-310. 'I I i i 1 ndoor: '46-62 CADILLAC CONV. I orcttvui .
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small laundry la a brand new LAUNDRESS. W- Momlnta ER&WN-S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY ANY MAKE 1946 will Deluxe sedan.
b... bsi fur.2so.. blSTRIBUTORS WANTED- building with new equipment; also oa only six An electric; And Nurses* ) want pay UP to tS.COO Oor' 1.c'bf.ane. I Clean thronilioat. Jim CimbM" 'W lum _

*.al. caa bandla aur lana Any and second floor 2 very nice apartment mostly flatwork. ). Rethl.' 216 E- work com to RIU.. CeDt.l I 0 II you New cars nriteaUy needed. Martins i Can 934 K. Oraase Ave.' Phone 2- ", 40 PONTIAC SEDAN TORPEDO ; .

-' u trust. nallM iitca profit. Quick turnover ta provide livint- quarters for owner SItU,:. want h.lp call 6326. Used Cars 101M.in. 8 09. I. 4121 I

*5 st.su t..st during UB w.on. Catalog oa .r additional income. Located In up OPERATORS WANTED For ehUdrea COLLINS 'D. VAR. ER-INC--.uto-buy your FORD-I9J6 t-cIoor. Good coamboo. II
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,EMPLOYMENT I
s.a*. 5551 Trssdai. Mfa. lot and coming small town near Or. SEVIC 1300 DIll 24 .
Company. s dresses. Steady good aDd Nurses' Register auto or truck and ww pay top ill BUICK SUPER SEDAN
.ok
,'. S3)t 2f.4Msdtas. MfmphU. Tenn. Undo. Total price 20000. Robert R. I pay 5-day week no 55*. For .tl bu- prices Unmrdlatey.! D. Tamer IDC- FORD SirVdaor sedan. Hiw f
.sS. FROZEN CU3TARIWttIi SrtrS Trr. Realtor. U W. Washington. Must be Dora Mfg. Co- :' Ifor.IO tn 7228. Studebaker Sale end Service 234 I: pamt. very clean inside tood me- 'EYAt

I aastn .ann. -,.r .. IS.500. H I Phone 5174.LORAND 64 K. upenenc. PARKER BUDI SERYICfr-Ofl W._Qntrel Aye._Phone,2-313J. rhaalcal condition good tire. Price, 42 t2i PACKARD CLIPPER

1* $.ur. ps.. caik 1., Mr. Borntltr with Henry wanted for :. fire, Iln. pror.NI tradesmen DON- JOSE-MONET!-We will i i I I !*50_ 9*!_at 1528 Coaaty'_Rd.FO3D. .

Isrut. JIralier. U a U.inJ.lMOPUBPOULTRY 1 LTTTLK trocery and mar- I REITERDRE dotor'l ofi. Ca 2-7 for appointment. 3 E Pine; (uU value for your ear. Doat 194Q convertible. Good Ores. 40 CHRYSLER "." SEDAN I

UARKET Kquip- .' ket. with living quarters at 69.500. S' hesitate see ns now. Oltn's Used Cars motor: new top. paint. 1904 Jewell i DAILY -'-- J

\ | ,:. u*. Il1lal tne a and lease. and 65.000 .111 handle.' Certainly It REGISTERED liUR for of work ,. 69. Work Wanted Temale !, 242 If. Orante A-(e. Phone 2-4814. Ave.. off Clay St these can MM wttb a JOtter _

baa a walk In cooler and to make It Doctors work I FORD 1946 convertiWe. Equipped iraaratte :
Jtm slal MTaTil aW .. ur .. Call Joe ith Trttrani Real Istata I neD better the property li Included.and i good hours. CaU Iron COMPANION-Light hORbepln or I'f with In Urht. spot Bent radio. ;

asaaaHassaf1asf'SIJ. ** O--M4.U tK li.rtt H PTvt Agree,,Msnagesri 21 s. Court:J't'-II.: has extra income. Sorry-no" 9 to 5.STENOGRAPHERCLERK. 2-3i9 Isdy.care for'ehUdnl t"e I Settled ; R. S. EVANS. PAYS MORE, i hester and air horn. A betisttfal ear; i We pay cash for used MM.I I
phone calls.Left talk it S199
5P p. to 6MM4f1 over. With Ba &ta. Martins Vied Csrj 191 K.
** : eL"aalf9qWf>f TIle MIl .GIFT SHOP Alwolutely top-note* Prescott V. Steele. Broker. 45-West to assist agent experience ,I LAUNDRY WA'To do at 'Drop Into any one of our i Orltn. Mala. 8409. j I N 1.j aUuI

gaWfcWaJf W4M'I| *"m rtrt location.' Includto Central Avenue.I 'ID 1 purh.sll. pur"hU. seni home. 843 West Gore Avenue. !! location for ao appraUal ar phone .IE1I W1B sell 8300 jf

&latSaterles.. stoat SILOM sill han- THE FRENCH ban a word for It- ,i eral clr.l not well experienced 9296. ,I under lIst. Machis. Used. Cars. UI J. C. McKELLAR INC.
Oste P.ltr .Ita A MatniliQuet do ... own car. : Ii M.ln. 8409. I IA Ia's
I .I.Dlflcen.-crlllJ' the )11- PRACTICAL NURSZ,-eUl 475. ,
Rfallar. entraUJOTsTHABlRDAeHTST ;
MK. 4 aj TO I. 'H
rUt4 wanItdii: proper word for the many dependable ,, $*. Mr. Ward. Wahr f I LINCOLN-1941 4 door sedan. Priced -YOCR PACKARD DEALS*" .
-Honeit idai profit making businesses of Corp- miles north, H.,. GET CASH IN 5 MINUTES Any I to sen. 81095. Orange Bidet CO_
., : sul bltloaa yaunc man wanted ai part- diversified types thst await you at TYPIST-Office clerk. *30/ per week RECEPTIONIST, fi clerk or tcoeral make or model. Starling-Alexander 530 N Orance Ave You get a better '
'V'p ... C'ew"M' am la came auuneu. 10.000 re- the office of Prescott V. Steele. for 1 for S day week. Give age. expert-I I office. E1perlce Reference Motors. $01 N. Grant Ar*. Phone buy from Orante' Batek. Orlando's 342 N. Orange Ave. Paest $011'FOR' *

__._! ae w>al H471 J1** ta aa Into e1I itack. In- Placing you ta the business that you ':, ewe, references and phono number. B 684 1871. o'drst dealer" = -
---. famallon In only. Courtney prefer is my business! Since 1920 '[ Write P.O. Box i TYPIST. RECEPTIONIST..SeQiBt MOTORCYCLE RarJey-Davidsoa I j I
WASTED ft.slsp. 31:1 1'1 Orlnu. ''U West CentraL Dial 21008. i I Experienced: until 2 pJn. daily Sale !
Used Can for !
75. .
Ds.st .a 1srss.. ______ WAITRESS :t experienced.Williams I Write Box 1946. -61" over-head valves Loti
;'L. =, gioui4410 toe inert I FOR PROFITS one of the best suburban I 126 W. Rob 5. 8tar. I of extra equipmrnt. Phone 823-W,, -
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t Tavrtn Cmirta an this Highway restaurant-taTcrna la this 'I inson. .week vises. SETTLED'WOMAN will take AUTO AUCTION on automobiles ant I Winter_.Parit:_ _Gene' Sl. I .
ir: and Lake Holden. Itt perfect: the section b offered you. Fast action 1 place. Call care of horn and children work- truck every Tuesday I p m. harp MOTORCTCLE.i '
warns* pnca ia ritht Pull detail in office. < is required. 64.000 takes It. No phone : ends or .vacation. Experience, refyrence. 200 to 300 from the cheapest toi ;, ; ,
renor? 23 w Csdms with J. P. Mattei In N: i calls. face to face on this ,YOUNG. LADY-With selling experience. I health-card. Ph. 99gj. .- I; t"%est money can buy-.<.We had t Motor completely rebuilt. 16" II *
; preferred. : wheels
eocev Apply Ray good tires. Al condition ,
14.1 I
5109 I one." Steele. Since 1920. j..i I set tartest and best sal last Tne -l.
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Jewelry N. orange.i throughout First 8400
I II ,, takes it. Phone
ii im-A"D ,45 West Central Avenue. 1 4sy-We tatted 248 cart and tract]
""_ COJa-.ul11t 'P.n.' __ I i i Cocoa 358 M after 6 p.m. Ask for I
IX"'I.IJI& PERYLo-OR- | sold 163 of them-We are orIfice I
aieat. (ram Claaa TRI -
In i
overlooking FINE RETAIL BUSINESS Grocerifi. of the feHowin- art Glenn Keen.
MarI" < SEVIC iota of new cat with less than five< I
Uk '
az: On apt. oYr m.aa. rta. ,
now avattabla. :
Caa meats sundries
household
hardware .
e Attain. 1M. L.laft.al. liaised local woman' ul.bl ., hucdred miles on them-RemembeiJ MERCURY-ad 4-dbor sedsa; '
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,, S ******. is._ 'P-ttlf 3-efll for detail ., frozen foods (New Tyler cabinet II.r. Employment Il.1 G$ I anyone can. sell or boy-If yon want heater newly; painted. Splendid : IMMEDIATEfEuvERY I IA
= ) Nice WITCRBOARDOPERATOR.i..Agd 27.;
established
business on Or- ,. week ta buy or sell dont mis this salt- at 1295. Harley Wadsworth 615 N.Orause. .
f ff J*(. aasnisa roVerti anxe Av*. One of Orlando's 10 htnle. H. S. aad college
UQtIOMRER.ORILI.One of the growing ;I tt June. lete business .rl. lIuille ; Lot of private owners seUtnt carti : 8597.NASB.2 ,
nj'P I p ta s.U rail few pieces with liquor license that section. If Interested la a fine business background.I Boa S-Star. yrs; PB mot. Some i here really worth the money. Golf A.mbauadore6". j' : -i.r. .
$ Out
s 'sstus Lr.yd ran now be bought reaionibly since phone 5311 for appointment. I :: typing. i Automobile AuctionCo... Lakeland r
Rassur. lit II. On..ei a- new taw was puMd. Good 1n dane 10 a m. to noon dsUr. REGISTERED NURSES-Male or te- J I Florid brouthsm. 81295. Harley Wsts- .
male. Also aides. For new i I | worth. 615. N. Orange
nuraea : 8597.
_, floe UTIB* auartera. 210 ft front- SPECIAL OFFERING Make i Diettetan-Veteran. \it 30; B. 8. In I
money :
State Venereal Du Hospital at I( Home Economics; hogptta.1 !I BUICK Series 40. 37 coupe. recon NASH-1942. 4-door, radio. -
o.u at an Uain H .. Only S10.000 whil. at leisure. I am offering my np heater. r .
-.nD-R.. Melbourne. Good retnlarraises' ditioned. New paint A good bin :
burn lar far land buttdia. butineu aadrtaiMnrat. .I'r ene 8 yrs. Want related over drive; new Urea. 995. 2501 Ii. .
poultry f.rm. 500 hens
s .dIM .- ; now produetnt for includes "It for 6350. 222 Vf. CentraLPb. 22317I
t. lelt FU .It.a.1 po split shirt no day Oran,.
____ I.,, .'ud $ Som terms. Barlow O 1 case of eggs per day. sold at I I "
= P Irsi. = Prednck. 111 Mart Oranie Dial 618 per case on the place 1200 grow- I Ii vacation J and sick leave. Write Busti i I I I BUICK-1942. 4 door _.. new OLDSMOBILE-1941 4 doojj. a
sill. Sewing Machine Operator -Ag* rcotor. only 6,000 mries. 81200 .
i i inc pullets Oaring In 3 months). A :8 Hjdrsnjstlc. radio Beautiful maroon r.c.
i.I II 13111lp. ness Manater. Btata Mel-I
__ __ \ 6th grade. Textile and Mttchen. Elizabeth Ave.
II I I modern home 4 bedrooms completely bourne. B.pla 'iWOMNMdde.ee m.nCe. de i T. W. or finish very clean throughout.
preds & F. experience. see at Loretta Market Haloes City. WESTINGHOUSE
furnished. 2tt acres of productive A steal at 81295. R. S. vss. 101 W.
I. stss.w. .. .. i... > soil. 3 newly built poultry houses or-clean neat quick. Any work with hand 820 Fl*. ;: Central. 5296.
w .. :,I accommodating SOO layers each. Gai color all t in and care ;i week minimum. I SS PSSM
--- MOTOR COURT rental units. 10 I ( child. Must b* d*., OLDS-1940 4-door. Has original I
!, bath I kitchenettes. 4 acres land. 'i rage workshpp. feed and stocageroom pendsble: references. Write Box 5108Star j Typist-Age 17. H. S. graduate no I whir side wan tires clean, was
& .1D-W. pr The best location la Orlando. '50.000 .- abundance af larg* bearing citrus i for interview.PO8ONS BUICK-1947 Rosdmaster Sedanette. '129 reduced 8U95. Martins Used
j previous work experience. Nest, /
I ) s.4l.dtus ; with excellent terms. George trees sub-tropical I fruitsTaka t tI wUlin i Beautiful 2-tone trey finish equipped C rs. 101 N. Main. 8409.i WATER HEATERS $91.50ELECTRIC
S ust4us. w. i. Painter with Asher Peter Realtor '' advantage this sweQ opportunity. I that pay good are Plentifal : with dual driving lights radio.
RaslIuI. 34,11. 14 L T* K. Central 20785.IK1OH30RHOO Quick erOS.e *3 for 615.000. Dial for beautician Let ns teach gabardine seat covers under seat i, OU75MOBILE touring sedan: 4 F '
9723. you. Florida Beauty College. Sort Order Cook-Ag* 45. drug store heaters and chrome window vUors new tires. Only 6350. Harley Wsds- /
| I ., Florida. JabD.YW. !! cat experience. No split shift Driven only 1700 miles. Will sell or worth. 615 N. Orange: 8593.I RANGES $199.50ESTATE
PERMANENT ORLANDO woman resident I I
I over 28. to manage established or lat night hours. ,, trade: Term arranged. R. S. Evans I,! OLDSMOBILB -98" club coupe Ii
local womao'a wear shop. Good 65 Help Wanted-MaleASSISTANT I 400 N. Ortnge Are. Phone 4TJL Open very toad, '129. Barky Wads- I = : =
OROCXRT .and If /
Sorry we dldnt list your nds: Sunday. worth. 615 N. Orange 6597.I GAS RANGES !
salary. Employment begin about
aandry store, .doiat good buiuness. I i but perhaps wi just .
Stack futures and leas for S7500.M. .- I September 10th. Opportunity giveSafter MANAGER-Smatt 'DI i man you're baY for. List your 10 I I PLYMOUTH mi. 4-door sedan. i Double Oven $1 H.% -

Meat departmaot aTailabl with I 6 months ta purchase Interest and discount experience. Excelleatopportunity. needs with lki New motor paint and seat covers.I I, *-$ 'sai 0 .
thia Se* Prank Hays with BettealavettneM I!i Interview last week in June. In let- Replies confidentiaL Apply I BUICK-1941 Roadmaster. 2 toned | Radio and heater. Phone 823-W Wia-
I Co. U W. Washington St. I ter state business background. Box In person between 1 and 11. 3and I Florid Stats Employment Service. green eruinal finish. 4 door torpedo ter Park: 1479 Gene St. w c. -.

.a IIUIIe lIOn. I. .m- Ph*. MIX I I I 875 8-Star. I Hotel.5. Thomas W. To..er. San Juan 2 last Pine St Phone 718. pedant: clean excellent condi-.II I PLYMOUTH-1946 Special Deluxe APARTMENT GAS RANGE !

t SWAP-Complete frozen custard bnsi- I Uon. Dehue equwmeni an. original Club Coupe. Very low ntleate.i Hardwick $88-SO

$ w I .ur s.4 .t toM t XUORBORHOOO and meat !![ nest; vain*. 83500. Win accept AUTOMOBILE FAINTER who can owner only. .(. Mr. Weft 2710 i fully equipped throughout Win J"J"au.
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racery YI- hu I -l
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.. match color First class only. !I N. Orange. .. .
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1 P-s Ms.ss autket Kw II tood'stock, lao trailer as port payment. Act TOut LAU7eDRY .y 1 or trade and finance. R. S .
.I. : quick. Boa 891 B-Star. I State Auto Body.Works. Winter BRIG t : convertible. Has *C 101 W. central Ave. Phone n >. .
1942
am .4 sris > ar l**>*. ISO per month. Price. _ Parl1 1n West UnDitoD I BCICS-
pus ..p. fureI MOO. If the price U not ,SMALL. MANUFACTURING PLANT- AUTO _BODY .REPAIRMAN_; I 111. Avne I T.r like new.* Be. at 401 N. I PLYMOUTH'1939. Tudor Deluxe. 2 !
> < "ij* Wia..r Part.ur tell 1fifer. InclusIve with I IPener. Experimental laboratory and machine A-i. sooer ana rensoi* neea apply. ; 70. Work Wanted Male Ate.BttCK42. new Ure* end motor recently reconditioned -- EASY TEJtMSASSOCIATED .
*6J JaVo.nVoaer. Heraiaa Goodwin. Inc. 677 N. shop with valuable patents I Good wages, steady work. Haven Roatimater; new seal private owned car 8445. .5.AG

P ra. Hit II or. Grease "II.lItTWlnrG ranted and pendlnt. Ideal for person Fender at Body Works. Wlat.rH.nl I Student-Veteran covers motor recently overhauled. ,,6111 E. Finest.PLTMOITH1536.
a. ., 1Isst.. an ur- with twenty thousand capital Interested : Call Winter Haven. 2-551. Ac in architect's 1650. Harley Wadsworth. 615 N. Excellent

WSW P,4*. Opus lusts OR OCIST BOla oppor I la lavestidn. developing and man- : BUTCHER tp, offke serious worker.Job Bon 588 S-Star. I Orange; 8397. tires ;good transportation.coupe. 8160I I. VRN.tT _.S' I .

i taaity. tTJOO sires possession nfacturtnt.\Bo| -S-Star. quainted with 1 ACCOUNTANT-yeast- i I BLTJCK-IMI SpeciaL Model 46-S I Corner Mt Vernon and Bumby. Pink STORES .
belie a* Uraia. 26 rooms. B baths. BUSINESS OP TEX YEAR-Entire ply Sunlit Grocery, 108 M. P.n. desire permanent uperl Sedanette. Original 2-tone steen house. -
loratimt. tan lot. Call Ray : business with 8150.000 worthof more: 2-16. finish. Real buy at 81495. Harley
Oa** In aver Orlando vicinity. Would ld PLYMOUTH. 11136. A-l motor. uewsett
Lean** Wit Jo G. MJrs. Realtor. signed contracts: leading In Its BL LAYERS first class. Can sale, or general office work. Box : W.c 1I'onh. 615 It. Orange: 8597 I cover' new tire*. 8350. ,402 1U N. ORANGE. AVE r.-- iig -

IIIaeI .'W'RDpre. MM. 'I; field. Due Jlo continued illness Snfamily Winter Park after 6 p m. S-Star. BUICK-1946 Super Sedanette. Very I, Bs>lth. Sunday 3 to 6 pm. PHONE SJOO -
.I I. I I I II owner will dispose of everythIng Saturday or report 915 Bonlta Dr. low .ile.... radio and heater. Jim '
*!fe **' aaT**_. at.. PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO CornpleIrly 'I including stock fixtures. franchises I'I'i Winter Pak Monday I arn4F BKEE- Experienced want. Cnmbie Cars. 904 N. Orange Ave. PLYMOUTH 40 convertibl dub.
pert basis.Writ couPe radio 1PlIIIL Ure*
.. ;
a 6Jv*** MU.M a.alppe4 dark room. Cam i and bnsinaae. Will raquir t work. 11. o 1. Phone 24521. pew
.
i 8-Star. Barley Wadsworth. 615 Ii.Or.n.
I 61095.
for .
flood light and photocraphle I 850.000 ta hand)* appointment.Box BUTCHER-First class meat cutter I. B IIUICIt1938door sedan: excellent ..: 8597.POIt'TIACl9411. E.aEvA?
'! : For sal* at a discount dua I II. M$ 8-Star. j I II required. Good wates. Reply P. 0 CARPENTER-fjsiresrepair work; motor. Uses no oil. Good tIght ,
ether basrnesi interests. Can J. 83JOO CASH buys novelty business Box 405: or phone Crollt. 301. I by day or job. Pleas telephone body. Ant holdim for repair bill Torpedo 8' Convertible --

**k*" at:' ''II Prat. 2-4 I and lease at 630 monthly. -AIM I Ia I BRAKEMAN-FRONT END MAN-Ex 6074HIGH '. 8193 and take over payment Earls I coupe- radio heater low .MtiaVS aWtaa-Ma aWal.BUYS

.. A*****, ixi RE8TACRAKT=Well located. Gr_ I 142 Graham Alma furnished sedan automobile trailer and tD'a :<: perienced. G.l'r. 6-day week. I SOL GRAATII. i Sunoco Service. 233 E. South: 4774. I I Ornc tnileate.Av Jin*. Phone CIImbi.-$Csrs. 904 K. .

R lam 800 weekly. Low reaL Idealor 1937 Writ Box $ went ,
good condition. Sacrifice. A. C. Gold __ drivers BANTAM Convertible: perfect motor I J8 k71tIId.r ,..000m.It'd.a .
I Realty. knowledge of radio Mrense I roNTlAC :
86500 csh. Klttlater
OMPI* 2-tone paint job. good lesth-
those who new I MOHSTODAY'S
en. Broker. 1121 N. Orlando Ave. good typIst Writ Sex 595 17115. Harley Wadsworth
2-0074 64J*. DBVJ WANl 85..1.'PIPE ORANGE BUICK
.. aa a. 42-W. Concord-; ar met Maltland Underpass). Wintar with Orlando I i erette upholstery. Phone 8291. 615 N. Orante: 8597. I .
,s11lhS arIyAwwazwPtaHoPist.Dare. street will sushi Apply to F'S HELPER Steam I '
Park. Open Sunday. | BUICK-1941 Super. 4door.D. I
fur sale .. settle estate. i Mr. HoweH. City C.I Co. I fIU.r1 helr nrtu'* helper; I Black new motor. heater radio PACKARD-rl941 Beautiful Club coupe; radio -.u wg ;
or experi and heater. 2-tone preen
t.etsn. 'A Mary U. TrIlL First Rational Bank 61. Bank Loans-Services FOUNTAIN BOY or .I\ over 21. .. plumbr'. helDr. wire led defroster. Practically new tires finish. Colonial Motors. 1239 X.Pr '.BUICK 1942 RoadmaaAer
suss. Mt Dora_ S. eoUft and battery. In exceptionally
t. Body
Night .or Apply 114 Forey. HBO Coiolllli : 2-0353.. Open Smindsu.2door. .
I ; I
us .n. Iw rsrrur iEaTAITRAMT rent to drollI N. I D. BmbF. wood condition: 81.850. See owner at j see .
.s d .. .ut stM *-t tn7 th* PUaht Deck Reslaaraat INSTALLMENT LOANS rest yea teas If Tr.1 ,I EER" +". good health and 525 S. Orlando Ave.. Winter Park. sedan. Original dart grey
MAN- you are wining to i
Nicht watchman
.. light
Wi. us urrnJ.sIwt W.'tl w-r. at the Sanford Municipal t at First National Bank Compare have a pleasing personality, ""ork l.blta.. 561 S-8tar. or BUICK 1937 sedan. Good, mechsni. 1 finish radio heater. A
PLYMOUTH3I one-
: W. I i Airport. This location is th fastest these costi. When the loan ia for permanent position with a future and j cally.I :Good tires. Radio. See Sat .-_ -
ss.ws Itff..ti. raaunt recreational and Industrial MAN WITH CAR-30 ,n. experiencei afternoon Sun.. I !
8 100. you get 8 93-Payments 8 < 34 under 30. see Mr. Bailer or 86 E. Marks St.CEEYIIOLET4l '
area M Central Florida. Be R. B. 139-Payments 12.50S PblllI. :i laying sanding and finishing hard- 8W5. 37 eoupe 8395. owner car.ORANGE.
8 150. you get
-- Motor Equipment Co. I. club coupe A good 7 38 -'. 8495. O8 4rdoor. 8595
Manacer Sanford wood floors. Jobbing andi ,
Brawauc Airport carpenter
.u 200. yon get 186-Payments 16 67 I i ,, one with radio. 61,145. Wykytyl, !, Also '31 Chevrolet coupe. 8195. *31OMs
Wafusust. lusasa, : Mvnwlaol Airport 8 30O. yon get 279-Payment 25 00. St.MECHANIC i general knowledge of all building Motors. 700 N. Mill
4-door. 8295. AU tailed and
Work oa _
,i itiiD TriTOJl Good stI I I 400. yon get 372-P"l11eDt. 33.34S > MECHANIC-EDranc trades would like permanent ar part BEST
cars. Apply'at time job. A. N. Haas. Rt 2. Andrus CHRYSLER-1946 "6" 4 door sedan. I la good nwmns condition. Wykytyl
aa ftn bwmeas. 64.100. Call Mr. 500. yon set 465-Paymenta 41 67 I
i Central Florida Motor 100 W..dfenon Ave.I I Pluto-drive radio and heater. JimPhtne240t Motors 700 N. M.iils.STIIDEBAK.ER BUICK
p-, 1955 silt Hmnr Bureh Broken 12TOVR1ST 1000. you get IIJO-PaltDtnts 8334 .
ph. 2-2424. Mr. Collins or 904 .
j I i M. Oraott AT*
Ntl. lllal 1.1090._ Above monthly payment 12 months. .
COURT- modern anils. Payments for 15 months are smaller t ) Fynn."IDL I I 71. Airplane Sales & Service I BUll
Figures include file Insurance ta pay I j AGE CUR.I.bl t CHEVROLET 1939 2-door. Very 1938. Corn-Render <"
5 .
Price .4.door'aedait.
CADILLAC 82.
Plr4 claaa. C. Riches -1941 .
clean. Radio. Central FloridaMotors. alee clean car priced to sell. Murphy. -
Th First J2. Continental
loan ta cas of death. drl. CUB A-40. Apopka '
'.Ata-Oa a. ', maoa, aa>* terms. Mr. Potter with 671 i National Bank at Orlando. 4th Door j ply furnished .quarter. Isqairaat I Airport. If you want inexpensiveflying. I Jefferson aad. Garamd. dial Palm TrailerPark.STVDEBARKR41 "
J
di darn : as .urusq tru. Menu OMdrln Ine Broker end of Belthta bus line. thIs i* St.I 2-42.. Comm.nder 4- ; 3-tons .: .t"I. -
N .Orsnet 9551.IIElN ; S
ms.
us ust W. ,
-- 4 tyjjf 9 p bar flatnrea stack including'' tides a complete per I I. .Nt .!. .
sad Jefferson and
a "sw give Veteran' training Orlando Aviation. -G'rsad: dial 2-2424. _
floor to roll
I lea** oa property On O B. No. 1. department en 2d le. l.. 'PI I L.'
Club Ph. Winter Park 863. oatstandw rains
service. Country OWNER OFFERS
and better B.mbY.
i- 2t5t aw 1e. )rust north of Indian River City. faster I' in exceptionally clean 1934 Oids 8$41 cIl' _

a 1 lusi pus,..: fur O-->arae._Tarern-- I ITO 62. Loans Up to $300 I IECA'qCEXrfd' Far work '% Autos & Trucks For Rent CHRYSLER Town and Country sedan. Priced to sell. 5366 or 8111. : ORANGE BUICK n. .

sss. .
Applyat Convertible. Sparkling Chinese tot f
Cheolet Oldsmo. : COIN' ON VACATION ew i
-_ aIST COURT Sad Restaurant AUTO. Furniture. Diamond Holler Chevrolet. 15 Ct CARRENTALINC-Hit h trade Insured Gold finish. Upholstery and top ia week Clyde GoU. 424 Hasher ,I. -
-
.4 p.. thaI M farmlh4 eattaae each with ; Economy Finance 10'1 cars by week or season to beautiful green Equipped with twin Court. .win take care of my boniness NASH-'l. 0 Itfl 1. vo..e .

t.ur fur- Lafl ., t "_. kluhen. bath and porch. Burger. Manater. 1006 Metcalf MAN for extenninattnc wars. Perm.nt .I responsible people. Call 6159. 36 W. sportlight town rearview mirror while Im away J. B, Smith 33 X.Eobinron. "6- 4-dOOT 8e> j

lra1st 3M& Ala eaaipMoly apped restaurant tnt. Phone 2-033. Bu114.1 1 advancement Box Ltvintfton Ave. radio heater and defroster. Will i
Ml ft ( ..... am tha (amaua TanW ch'le fo sell below delivered price. R. S.
sasS Trafl >n th* w. .. Verypanweaaaa CASH LOAN*-Quickly mad oa fur- Itar. D. VARNEft ti-DaIVE-IT-Drt. >tyourself' Evan, tod N. Orange Ave. Phone dan. 12,000 actual mfe SO4 .
IsIS rant beaatUoUytonaoraped. < lilt.,. auto and diamonds. Orlando's I low rates: by mil *r day. 76. Trailers-Trucks for Sale I
tw. Plan.. On af ta* most at- J own Bomo Finance Ca.. 314 D. Yarns U-Drlve-It. Inc. 234 W i 4771. Open Sunday.CBIVROLETl539. Radio and heater.ORANGE ,

.. uaetlva rawta U Florid*. Only Metcalf Bldg. Dial 20304.. PUMP MECHANIC Pint elast. A-L I Central A... Phone -3153.t I I' ALMA-1942. 25'. good condition. I I IfIIII.IMOIfIW I

tf Hi M* term lanes O Tr .- > LOANS MAil from 810 to 83OO; Mast bats turbine. Jet and emt t H1R1DR1V-VR-SELP' SYSTEMTrucks -j I Sleep 4. Recently caulked paint
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ast 1.4 p55.5 *. lit M. OraM Dial 61M { strict privacy fast service. Family UDrieDe. G 10llra. I and passenger can for rent 4 door sedan. ed. .New .-. 81-400. 1346 W.191B I .H41 !
; N V.P Finance Service. Inc.. 32 W. Central I rea 11 W. by hour. day or week. Low ratea. 373 I: New tires perfect radio. new paint St.dKEVROLIT BUICK II
5=.". ftA 1i ui aceommodatoanra Ave. hone8O7.QU1cCASH pa.Church.PLUM.BERSlPerieflctd I N. Or.a.. phone 2-4064. I I 6895. Oiia's Used Cars 242 K. Orange i I TRUCK- 1946; r.1 I ,
c I Ave. Phone 2-4814. 1 2-speed I HI WSV_
'I Heavy duty 1
new.
: us iiL. tfaa M tretirre. 814 $00 with LOANS Furniture.net CUMBEE D-DRIVe-rr 'n' I
.. t OTBM. V** VIa Heua. a,.. Me- and auto leans., 3-hour emI IJDot cars. By day week CHEVROLET-1947. FictIOns a Town 8iS tires rannint lUnu. reinforcedi I Ifrlma. I
0. us* CaI a Pus _.V* 11. MaiaPfca4775.. I I,.. Family Lola Co* 501 Florida olY. Jy Competitive rates. 904 ii.Orange .1. sedan and Spsrtoa Manor *Ja- I i etc. 9000 miles. Will sell or'' BUICK 141 Estate Wa.4H I 3344S IIIIIIr .
us 1t. I Cattla. manager. W. : dial 3-4521. i misuse trailer. This outfit 1* practically trade for 1946 .r 1947 passenger car. "
st lr t.ra.tra1. j rif-roCltt" homo w Bank Bldg. R. W. mond Dickson. 136 I I

.' ..- ..... '-. Cloe ,ta lovely J- Phase -1"1. Winter Garden. OW phone 1: OLIN'S D-DRTVtlT. INC.-New cars I I,i tanks trailer n.". Including hitch. overload two propane spriatt ''CBEVROLET-l, Call Settle 17-Blaek.. *. ton pick-op. Excellent condlUon.ORANGE .'41"- 1-J-- _

9.t .. ._ b.de.st ataoMr bwat alow with I i OUT OF 6 was ask for a loan her resident phone 3' far rent Reasonable rate per day. and many other necessary extra Aa trade. 2120 S.i *
Sal 5l41 ..* la Its rear. Room for I -get on* Personal Finance Co.. 24 SIGN two f1 week or mODt Open evening* U1 : exceptional at 65.000. Write Box I Lik new. Win Uolly-Robsoa Hit NeliA: :JAl _
55* lu. eut '4 ... W* believe price of 82J6M < .. Grant Room 2. Phone 2-3148. PA* ,. 9:00.:: 242 N. Orange. 2-4814. I 209. Mlnneo! P1*. I i Oraot. Blossom Trail. '

,iI. V ... to a* approstmst* .,. Larger < K. Wolfe. Me:._ out Small city. Steady work. Housing | Motels.I | _
r.ru at 8'BOa end 66OOOO *v.Uot Rob available. Atlantic D.t I 73. Auto Service I CSIEVROI.ZT-1941 Deluxe 4 door i I i DODGE-'41 truck guaranteed con- BUICK $41S ....
5i s Il
rail lost Wrlaht wttJs David I I Br..ak. sedan. Very clean ltl.Uc" i diuon. Sell ar trade for house
54 Prussair LOAN one Pb. 201. !
mechanically. 9O4N. .
Aadtvwt EcaJtar. Call Wlaur Park.TMRTT .ODDl SDV : I I trailer. Well financed. 1161 K- ColoB1L *
st '.s-r. husur. ELDERLY MAN needed for 2 or 3 ALIGNMENT Free inspection. i I : Grant_Av*. Phone 2-4531. ,
.. Florida's oldest most ex days work around yard per Prompt repair by expert mechanics. i
..tf'--.m; o Will furl h room and board loxservices. A one-atop service at : CHEVROLET Cl"ii4l. club DIAMOND. T-Hv* like new track. 0 BUICK- 1941 Roadmaster HH .
year'a Service. 300 N. Orange 0004.1 I coapet mechanically A-I. 1671 Bua- 3 ten. with vtrdriv. At bit '
TMOCSAJfD DOLLARS imaa loan and finance i S. St 2 to
.- I Is.Irl .- pre iI 2 W.1 let Drive. Winter Park; ph. 916-W. .
that' I discount. Call MH.I 4-door Convertible sedan I b41
$1 a. e-w.a .. mm Pvreaiaa a paaln*** I AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Experienced ) OUJWllk"Cft .
woaM W hard u _.nirat. This is I companies Private offices. Confidential 66. Sales Help Wanted_ I mechanics prompt service; I CADILLAC 1936-Fleetwood con- FORD-1941, pickup truck: tood eon
;q H>* on* at Ha kind la Grant C good stock parts accessories and vertibl sedsn. New top. 6825. Seato I, ditlan. H. S. Rt. 2. 22,495 actual miles.ORANGE .
ii1 "b'd
C* *rtr Utat I know af that can a* i service. N. 'deIay. Terms .suit AGENTS-Top Quality pl..tl tabled tries. D. Varner. Inc. 234 W. Ceir- I appreciate at Shewalter Airpark. !! Box 33 on Bear LaU near
w'_ Pa' .- p5 514 MastS pnrihasid at all Ctrrnmatancea mAka I cloths and aprons. sight trait 2-3153. i CADILLAC '41. '112"'6-doot' tedan.In Forest Late Academy. 0 $41 CNSWS .

P n. ... siest.n. M .bis for Pus to bay this bosl- I your"Income. Ac.pt.nc CorporiUoov Write for illustrated Ilde. Rller:, AUTO-BRAD.roBS and wheel : excellent condition. Equipped FORD-FICKVP, 1946. excellent eoaIUOD. -

..... I._ s>*oa, or a Mbotantial laiereat In It. Jordan Company Dep& alltnment 1-day service. Wheels with radio and .beater. (1,945. Wy- I 7fl X 11 rear tire Warren t
$44
I .
.55 11' a. ., rr foil porUenlar t.t.rvicw Marti of Florida. Rome office at 480 N. Walnut 8*. Phils. I balanced trail ,ota ... C. A. I kytyl Motors. 700 M. Milia.CHEVROLETIHO Hurley. Ph. Winter Qardea U White BUICK} !

,U& t M.I. h.- ....& n w W Utoa." Ktpnoae AGENTS-Sell autstanding. depe.d..bl Prang Eons. 1010 W. Church. Special DeLuxatudor Ito7pm.Otsiy. -

% informattow.TRX I Orange Avenue In Orlando. Phone Swiss Wnst watches tItanstun BODY AND FENDER repairing and sedan. Radio. Excellent cen- ptekap; cleaa I HtfaAe

PIe* --.1 1 for 812. Bend pslntlnt. Estimate1 gladly tlven. I' dillon $ .. Call 4662. I loatROLET-lHO.! pcrlrtt $755.I : i iJIDIOIH
mecbanicailT
Offlces. at Cocoa. Winter Baton .ra.le ludt I I and OLDZMOBILE-141 4
machln busWSMO 213$
Ufa B aM* fSimggj rust -.. fWtlA vendin for sample at 66 I tlifsctlon guaranteed. D. Tamer DODGE-1939 beautiful ai 1730 North Mills. .
** 5555's.' p. W* ar* Mrtbvuca (ar aatoBMIW COD. Sensational valut. Immediate 234 W. Central I
.SU Sama serviccl Ave. Phone 23153BRAD Deluxe sedsn. 60.000 actual mile; 1942 1H ton, .a. sedan. Low ot4g4ns8
II .. lushur pap eorn nat vnamta. raaorkta and St Cad reorders. Money-back guarantee.Bosemmn CHEVROLET. mileage I
l i't .. .-r cafle 5551(55ccs. al eoto oprW i I 4O8 W. 14th. N.Y. I REPAIRS-W* supply ..ni private '"". Thi car priced to sell body excellent mechanical ODdI"
W* wtU (Uiaiw* I INutsa Imp your auto needs: gal !i iI at 883O. Be. *t Rubier Cabinet Shop I Uoa. 2308 .. Keystone Drtvo. S-7434. finish.
,1 a..uJW. pmrpk BUD 8100 QUICKLY Get It her on 1J ,. cAM
.. ',- I I ADVERTISING Salesmen wanted. Loral i I I and elL Dixie Sale W. opposite WOSZ on- Winter Garden
It".nane. I one-half ton
lor
and
; Florida One
t security. CHEVROLET-
.
Ista4 Bit line. Exclusireterritory. I
011 territory. I South at Boone Rd.
.4. St.i
tsr JU' ".L 1 for
s11 ._ Last Onsa..sure. 2'- *. let stairway east Every a prospect. 4x4 winch truck equipped
5.5,55, Wtaas. rww. I Is'raofI future. .a, men earning I i CAR WASHING and polishlnt by ap- ; DESOTO-'42 convertible club coupe; hauling to**. 6900. A. J. MMdoacURoute
I.11* ... I Gn.1 n.t. I Good pointauat For and expert animal black finish. Fluid drive I Groveland. Fla Sa 11 50 -
.- new rod Baln*** 8100 to 6200 per week Permanent i prompt I 1.
!
O'.aa4iN bartaw 72 .... 31 I 63. Mortgage Loans I connection. Starting Una lent Im- service call B at J Service Station. :I II overdrive .-:new 61S top N.' Orange 81395, t 10-wheel O M C. track low mBaasa. ORANGE BUfCKCHEVROLET1942 :
Mta-
Cafe Cabin corner Boone and Jackson Harley with 10.000 pound trailer
It. Aato Cwvna. mediately. Weekly advance .Int I ; I
S l.wi ... Wish Oa ... Maul T... Re- I earned commission. Writ fully. I LUBRICATION Siefluhricstion 11. 8597. I both equipped for hauling toes.I I

"h sursIast. a..tfuip at aorta lure*. *te et* Just oat. Mailo ; ?.lA.-Lou-t.rm. low-rate. : Inc.. Cincinnati 9. Ohio. .I'I the thorough scientific lubrication. I II DODGE-1939 clean cooS condition I 81200. A. J. lUedoaeU. Root L !' 2..t
GOYr rrart
.
555 st test Tel .. cbs pus want.trace : priced to sell 6625. Martins Used Groveland. Fla. I I 9
o martgata I Every "nook and cranny" of your car
1 l. SALESMAN-Experienced. to coverOrlando S .
Idist la.W.asi tiiaustisus ** We, Pytr*. TertMf Save .ltllt. ar Cal ana for wholesal grocery ar track It touched. Smooth running C. 101 N."Main. 8409.DESOTO HOUSE TRAILER.-.Pint reasonable

mas aieaoT tans oar 41 year old ar sea Joo O. Myers Realtor. 29 caterIng to Institutions and restsa--;I mechanicals parts assured you. 6/e -1947. Custom. *_..er otter accepted. 2509 South Lee. I sedan. 2-tone trey : II -
Cast.< .Trait ... (traat Realty, I S' Phone 2-1088.
Washington St floss 688L Must have car. P. O. Box M7. I response prolongs hard-to-replaci I convertible. Fully equipped. 5000 Mea Thompsea.
M. ..u._ IVM B JI H .V W Cetealal P1 Dr. )ratta.. .. 36. a part and make driving easy saleand ml. Private. Ph. 5778. 5 to 1 way I HOUSE TRAILER 3-reom. mew; _1.0 '
6 Orlanao. *
Boa )
tt j | a pleasure. 61. Great SouthernStores ,
P.BALOANS Grave loans and travel Central DODGE-1940 DeLuxe 4-door sedaa. '>. sale ar trad term Any offer
WANTED to ,
I uTv-as.l. tataat SALESMAN
692 N. Orante dial 2- .
_qs .5. I4.5 1(1st tfstiiiiiiobrUi proof If U praHuaiat I 1' commercial loan It.r Florida area ar f.ct : (I I Radionew paint new rubber. 'I considered. Open Inspection. 420 S. I ORANGE BUICK | S _- -
I Il'a dwrtta pus as 4%. No (e*. meat RADIATOR REPAIRIKO make | Clean thrmtnout Colonial Motors Orange Ave.I ...
) 1.1 representative
.,t, .! L'!! wo owa tow toat baataoat with I ja T V1I11 radiator 1 -
awa P55t LOANS To build ( Bo per cores for replrementa.C *. I and screened porch Inquire Grants

1W. ?aasrnl-4.rna$ststhSAW., fei b*tar!troot4 pestS na passibUitle tao stan* yoa a- i ioA !: &OMX refinance and repair. Prompt aerrlea. i erl Irtlt! comliuoa .1.ltu.r. protected '''I I W.I Central C. T. Walker: dial 5933.Radiator Shop. 621 FORD-'40 Deluxe.coupe. Kew paint.- i,I Blossom Trader Park; X. B. Siauaoas. DODGE'- 1141 OPUlqU I f-VVIKK'Tt) -

Pa 1.ssIrn V h'stst.I 1.4aitlM 1e.st114 by Tfeo Mltbty Reduced cot COI.t Plan J i tertr. Cmmun.t with DA'80tll toed tire*. '47 t*(. Weekend I i I Let 49. '
MidiM" eioctn taadwua bootls.ataa. service plans.epeetficausna 1.. BUCKEYE GARAGE-1317 W. Grand rpeeiaL 8850. Harley Wadsworth. 615N. :I BOUSZ TRAILER Alma. 25 it. 1942. coupe. Llht btet t***, Jew ,S -
wfciflirnk 'o-Jw .1 l IsIs aa operator nous* model. Win Phone 9-7087. .Jacksonvlll 1. Ave. at Grant Blossom Trail; 1 Orange; 657. I I cnflee for Immediate cash. FIrM I

-- an*.i. a.o.l* model aa display.loeaM ter Park erl anil .Loan I IAMP. SALESMAN-Expandint Miami con- I Ph. .20237. Expert mechanic allaisk. i .FORD-'U Super Deluxe 2 door sedan: I 81575 will take It. Wlntert S. Or- mileage fJ,6io.ORANGE e -----
d r ora >
!> >I B 0rM at Oraaaa Av*. sad Lrvtaritoaav .. : 4 W..r Pa rent ta cesiuM cart.ia connection.Aata painting Get and bodyworks 'I newly _ID_. goad tim. Special': ann alossemTi2.3.! I

Caa attocato several sails Oriaa-I BOMX LOA&W. want Ie help yst I rl man Wt for a complete Job. our price I' 81050. Belle Wadtwotth. 615 N. I IOn I BOUSE TRAILER AO aluminum S ..VWU5 IsS _
-a 5* torntar (reaa ear ta traaait. bay I build a new one cover ntal lal and tameolat an: 6597 --_ i i Spartan Manor. lull equipped ia-

rnuCa. sst Plr row *>T s*w. C O. Varswr. I Wo .1'R prompt aervlca. Of-i, tert. "It li.lt FORD-'41 Clean convertible club :,I, eluding dolly. Vied S months. It* -ftIDt 1. _
73-1.
155 asdastlus Thai putnawur, Carl Cwartawy Real Xaata I tIcs 2 daring week; C to item Itu i Auto Farts.-AcersmrIe1 : coupe; actual 40.000 mile Right miles north af Maitland an 17-92. BUJCK

a .' .. *M toa a* < sU* *T*. hiss JUarvaeataUr 12 Saturday First Federal Savings I knives table and pocket for sIght _.. 81395. Barley ,, Price. 62.650 complete. Pa. Winter S t&" .
ear
ft. ChVs. '01(5b M'I1. Oraata AWL I and Loan Association of Orlando. MX. I I lasses, watch bands sift item, etc. FRONT END REPAIR PARTS BOW I i Wadsworth. 615 N. Orante; dial :, Park. 2-2704. |I:
c.fu : St.. Orlando, Commission with drawlnt account available for almost any make af i, '
ooj5ceIBEI-.4300&rv.rcthtos !Is I
Pn. 1. I opportunity for ritht man. auto. C. A. Prante at Bone 1010 W !I II 6597. ._- I DTTERNATIONAt.! 1941 vector'tnKlI 0 BUICK 1942 Super s.4sa.
f a .el. _. taetadiac property. .lttuac I Ku.na letter personal description Ctarch. phone saiL ] FORD-"37 2-door touring sedan; 85 Model K-6. At bartaia. 3 X- :: -
lust. IIstilu. lit veokty. Caa W doubled- U yon i LOANS an of property tone at& I 619R. ,.,. ,
i :a. i a t11 and Include : H P. '4" Barley Wadswerth. Muriel. phone
.... ,. 5.s I mind work tsrlusit Mr. Pati i ar short ; low rate immediate II.UI.to rfer. I Blue and trey JtewORANGE .
" ., Orange 8597 i
SILVERTOhE.: paini
16'
193$ lest
HI st.a.istS .. tot wIt M :man Oaodwta laaBra*- service Hu. 0 J 118 t I.Un. Miami. Fl.Wl lU J.I -Antas-Traners Wanted j t I FORD '40 Deluxe 4-door *ed.. i ed. uraished. Venetian bonds mew I Imattresa. i
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SALESMAN-Ta represent Th* AUTOS 'WA.'nm-nI1Icat prtcea II i Herd to 'ret car. tCAXCflAf)
: : A MRVtCK BTAtlOH "aa Blahwayfla Poll I, pal? for used cars. See U P. Htan. *- Barley Wadsworth. 615 N. Orante I '3. 24 W. It.ln.iTuDEBA.ICDI .
-:: Btarh uiaree,. tool and MORTGAGE LOANS-Oa home and j jcommercial rd"DtF' ; J
Mt 1d1 I culaUon- a car. ContactC Central Florid Moton. Garland i 8597. i TRUCK Cab. chasU *-
t 5 ti leo,. sailer Ui mo ahow pad this businesses. Law Inter1t 8. Abell. 408 W. Colonial Drive and Jeffersoa. Ph. 2-3424. NUnts. I FORD-1940' convertible. Slew trees i ; long wheelqase tood cead ,

f :1. lads 9.5 It vt S Van Me Hex a; *',-4T6.WAIfTCO with. ClydehbKra cost.* rat Guernsey. easy ."n&. low Inc..Initial Realtors SALES REPRESENTATIVE-Openina: :: 1-3O71. t top; X toned paint. Far above the tlon. Lewi*_Csndy at Tobacco C._ j BUtOC j

f .: "ti **- l 21 B. Central. 4196.KEAX fo A-l experienced salesmaa. cap- ;I AUTOMOBILES WANTED-WID buy ... Nave to sea this one to : TRAILERS-Peerles*. 39 ft 114$. Deluxe. -
( MAN lot distribution.Jwmaral of' earning $12.000 year or I your car or tell your car. Auto's really appreciate tt. Martins Used Butane raate. privately awaen. ,
prooHsrta Central Ptor- more la protected .Southern automotive I at auction every Thursday.' Hotly C.rs. 101 K. Mala. 8409. Death to family must sell cheapTRAILEIC WsIteV .
strut's" .1.554 12000 Sanest. ESTATT LOANS Lev eaattTa tr.i National Cor Robtoa's Motor Auctions 2120 8. I FORD 1936 2-door sedsa. ba\1t'ftt''' I,. Oral&ouoJa Trail U4.33r1I FORD-1J45 ;
.stt s.susrut Watt fO.. Bus buy build o re&nanc *om* I I i Wi' nU. _
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am. ortuu* and businau property. T Trust p.t own flrc i X. colonial Dr.; 2-0053 epea 8ua- truck ExtcUte cepiiltita.OronaeBuickCo..
-r. I : I -Late model Liberty. iep*
Department at First
t'f rOCR rsrrptxwally .o4 i iewrm I.U B! unlesS yea can qualify. day .' I IFOED i
... *T| _A. M second i :u. foil I I 4. Ha everythlna atr-condiUoao I e
**aea (rot Ie n. i oi 1. '.IUnt giving CADILLAC WANTED--1940 t& 1947. -1941 2.door ted o.ie" neot I Sesame shape. price 82.5OO rasa. 1'
Ip Wish -- b eeuJy financed _________________________ I letter. I I
! J Two tarn |i! cet.l P.o I Must lie clean car. Stivers.Pontiac i iI Ian condition. Priced to sell. Jim Cumble j Homer ..,. Aitamoale 8 rtau.P.
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Box 753.
r&-: a ** a* Wa"T I Ol..d.SL w. N. Orange Ave. Phone Whiter Park 8-63M.
tSTltae*. WI --aK A BLOW AS 4, built lawn Jrtot '
InsisT 84 to sell
t P RT TRA1LEjStlve;
s.ia. .st u.1 32-ft Great Does.flat. .
.. ...N5P1d *ttj )-**SWAWUD sad Winter wo In brokerat Orlando. j flniu ea. 0 .-I ::1 FORD 1939 DeLuxe v 4-door aedaa j I Ire toed feat than all ssoataa.. I| avvwTruoI II

t1 A MAI .U 61860060 la6M4VOC4 hUn ", P.r I. 29 W. PI ana otbera.l' dm. original paint: very clean.Central piwcticaQy new. Tire && eaoditio I'
*' taaro. I* *as wna CPI P. O. Boa 1009. Orlando.OPPORTUNITYPar PrIce i All
W WasUnctaa At secondary ta Florida Motors Jetlcnon equipped With vertical Isadmasseal. M V. Ora4 Aft.nrow .
a. 95l1S CC prtH4 Pble u 'I Sallla 'hlrrul Haters 700 N. Unix. and_Gsrlsnd dial 2-2424. ,' Westinghouse air brakes. Reply I
555.94 .. ., Ifist i a .
14 familiar silt OO I 1 P.O. Box 2094. Jaeksaaviae. Fla.
FRANK REED really know how lORD 1941 Special Deluxe coovertiW --
IJ.. 1st. MIlt i _BH TO etCURX 87500 first mort- Idtx :1 ,
*" dustrial Equipment to
let the high dollar for Excelien eondttteathroutoout BARGAIN 2T boos ftra> XJectric
3i Sail 6 oatto*. I sss frosn pnvate party oa com- your COUP r. err A icm tyvORLANDO'S
t-4l. JIT *Ite .*.*va ksaiprr sad ..1.-." kInetics business residence property I companies with- oula ll ar equity. Cash ta five ntnute Why I Jim CemMe Can. 904 X.Or j. brakes electric fefrtterator. series
.a Exclusive ta I give 'em away? Give tu a chanca nee Ave. Phone 2,'.UI. | porch car shelter. Live her (or 812
r- sad worth 630.000 clear, f. I now z -
t .. pus tae' 5St 0 B Ins trade area good .
ta 15 55.A 2* .. V., S ...: a .roeKM IOCS Orlando. a i liberal commission 'r. trine .Lt-! Orante Blossom Trtfl 7883. ; FORD. -1941 4 door sodaa. Guoteen. j i Trailer month. Best after take JaWs o- t lu -

55ststb 'P. ,, | 4I W Wat ..._It_ kaowl- coach tedaa: or dittos, new 8995. Ohms Part
: Ofis. stIsl s-ottftr UHAMU-- tar* I (!.> Help 1TantedFpnutIe I .uIIU.ta tha "rlt..D Inter tpnl'O yonT Cit X. Colonial.Pn. Used Can. uur Ormar >va. I rod tiiict ALE.:Oo 14. Port OLOtafT t
t"i Prd 1.55. .
.V I 1 ..JUMoarfapta view via arranged Phone 24114.ORD1940 bat model 29T la ueeBeat eaadt-
& rns a. aat buMstasV 'tal 95055 l "I
V. ... j M!*.%**** 6<* 1Si SaFe- COMPANION and housekeeper want- Official those f1 Southern WK BUY USED CABS Any make II ? Deluxe 4 doer sedan.Rsdi tloa. Sales Deat. United Slates Saaar DEALER I 1- i
Ms. tot asP $asS a* M6taM.Mn.rrotu ad le tlrl bo aca 1 and t Supply and Co Inc.. 64 any made)-any year any dm*. *. CocoUMa If '96. I IOlm' Corp. Owtoron Fla.
Itli *** TTsist to IsiS Cndama I 14. h.llle wok, ho W. A.b1 Arena X. .Atlanta.Gcoigia. I Otlat Deed Can. 141 M. Garland All Inc.. 142 .. Garland St.I I 22-FT. FLAT semi-trailer. Bargain far {I Icast.

ash l f Maoa lt. II Mala; $109. i Ins o Ph. .18 I I Phn 2-4347 ar 2-414. Phone 3-4347. I 3 last Muriel. phone 6447. < .- J


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i.i d___ chr !Jrnri&att i!'rnttncl-&1ar ; --. Orlando, Florida; June 15/, 1947 Sda.tie IJndseY entire c1t1zenshWOf ltated.. l"1or-1{ Dr. Stone Attends JI I DUTCH.LAP.

't I He said that at present there 1 1S j Princeton Events AsbeslssL RMIIc

tA t Dr. Marcus Fa gg %: Speak : are the State five receiving and Dr. Fan homes; hopes In ,j I Dr. Wendell C. Stone. deaDI .t/ I

"elt: r,,,liT 510's to open another in Orlando in ,;Rollins College Is npnsmMN i
a to for the '
future
"U10 the near rare
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L.a6U1 needy children of the Central Pres. Hamilton esMMAwls
., 3 Before Torngtrow UnivenHf Bicftl.WflRMl dial fe j
,,01'1.0" JayCee is Florida area. f Princeton
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.tt'HLYIt I For the first time in the his- ,program: of events
A 1\f t/t\ Dr. Marcus Fagg, Statedren's supeitnteadiat bf the Chile -:tory of the Orlando Junior Chamber T. JEll/MIMI/
day.Dr.
10 Society of Florida will b guest spt aier, at the Junior, of Commerce Burton Thornal, {! and Mrs Stone attended a R.._ MIl .rM. lurid
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newly elected president has designated Saturday .
Chamber of Commerce lunc Neon) garden party .} ft Aim MM 1% ,.. tetM
tpm : IfS"E Bldg., it was announced by Ha irry LiQdfcey. program chairman -:Father's Day program and inrted Princeton.Tonight they ** *"a .;;
t"K / A1E __ IT- '" | all members to bring their,concert by. the Boston. 8fmpMer :
fathers to the luncheon. orchestra in Dillon nrmamsfcwi .
cfr'f The Children's Society of FlorIda The final event will be the Convocation -
\ j is looked upon as of Flor-
one
Tuesday morning j
'IoU" 'AC.A1\0 j ida's outstanding charity organizations Dr. Branscomb To Talk'' President Holt u mwrto THEY'RE NM :
j Lindsey said. appendectomy at DrawMemorial
Before Social Workers from an
f \ "Thousands of orphaned children Hospital. M41.r s e. w .Irlrs iii 31 f
I R In our State regard Dr. Fagg as : Dr. John W. Branscomb, pastorof v ... rw .* tit .A/11 i I fbta4 ;
O.I their adopted 'Daddy' because of i it the First Methodist Church,will ifnb tart !
S t his love of children and his desire speak on The Child and the
,:1 f'or'd" I ,to give them a good home Church at the monthly luncheonof Lowe Brothers 01...... ,OIl i ij
.; in which to live"' he said.
the Central Florida Federationof
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'III.\\. t....., orIl. .L.- St. "I have personally known of the Social Workers tomorrow at 'PAINTS & VARNISHES HEATEXiOftUMDO IN : J i
$1 .JA t\..., .....P"ts Important State-wide, nonsectarian ''noon in the YMCA Bldg. O* Sal Al ...
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Children His talk will be another a
,. _.. h i Arnold Paint Store
Home
.. Society of Florida for many 'serfs of programs t>n community I
.. years and firmly believe that the life scheduled by the federation : ..7 S, Or*.t. *_ at ...** **.
,. e1K. Society has rendered an unusually for its meetings. Mrs. Georgia F. APPIJI.-- I
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SS not only to Hammond home service secretary
0-.. 4fr tS over forty thousand homeless orphaned {I for the Orange County Red Cross Phone 2-3786 .s a -.... e." tleanr N J
\ '" fv\I I and needy children but Chapter, is president.; J JII
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IflfIr.r .. DR. MARCUS FAG S< {
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_,. K rr1'a" \ir tM".1f.\t.-.""'" p.tst,Ifo Large Crowd Expected E!, Ifs $ NFor Continuous Low Prices

w1 ''fa ...".R ."ito t>.1'It For Builders' Barbecue ,

.rfMtaw' '" 1 Preparations are being made for ,,
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iZ2 :_. 4' ida Builders' Exchange Wednes-
a FMyd day at 4:30: pjn., Orlando Gun I"
''' Club, Winter Garden Rd. i
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ja. I...... No.d .. .. Fred M. Fortes, executive secretary I / yo x
.t:,..- ..,.. ... said yesterday that more
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a together of contractors and build- \

r.--- ....:= :::;.P'a. 1 50'JOMIIIIlt ing Orlando.material Winter men hi Park this and area Win- : i}

i+ A USAgGESt ter Garden city officials:: have '
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'IIO ALQ' --1 i S, charge of Charles A. Meyers. {|'
..."ot .--try I Frank C. Ault is preparing a'pro-
"" gram of entertainment.
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CAR J PAIt4TtHG C 74 ... i. 28th sntirr, > MIAMI 1e i Williams as President a kr

J. W. [Jimmie Williams succeeding '
t c.stm.d Ilaf1sieL H. L. Maddux will be Installed -
as president of the Or- .; I
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... 1 lando Typographical Union today!
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committee will be named to plan :
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wo&rs uiftBT-nun> FACT* ,
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The "tin" mentioned in the Bi-
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i known as early as 1600 B.C.
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Modem upholstered thickly padded sofa converts Why be tired in the mornfag? A".t Alfa.

aaa easily into comfortable double bed. Coil springs in sleep is yours on this tamriMrt, IH.eeeerf asttl_ .&
You can have fined motor car quality and save seat and back.. outside seams neatly welted. Beau. Thickly padded for comfort. Strop*. 'uteri 1r...
tiful-tone striped tapestry covers. Similar to illustration. Woven striped ticking. Double or twin .r ..
money too! How? Invest in a new 1947 aevrolet-th.

orJy ,car giving BIG-CAR. QUALITY AT LOWEST COST You'll s .

enjoy alt the following Big-Car advantages.at /lowed prices and f .

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c.r o.rf.... .,., Unitized; Knee-Action C&dVig' Ride- Positive-Action Hydraulic Brakes

/-.1.,11I of a tltwhe found only In Chevrolet and combined only in Chevrolet and

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festwed I. hither- and dependably by bringing H fo us for skilled, cor-savng LINOLEUM RUGS 5-PC. DINETTE
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NEW i 1947 CHEVROLET 5'r 6'x9'Regularly "3.60' Now 2.99 EA.- Regularly 6195 Now 49.88


Stop feeling grim about your floors when you can Modern, easy-to-clean chrome-.... ..... t. lilt
brighten and modernize them so easily-and for so in a small,space yet provides trbotnl rain
little money! Best extra heavy, baked-on: enamel surits extension sides
nlLl. pulled
'tjJl' CHEVROLET' out to a 4Mt i*. < ..
face. Needs little care to stay spotless.. Prestpaper fortable chrome-plated chain.. ""'P' --'
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It CYNTHIA Announced ::1 f fA t

S v' gr S. brilliant!! eon* el IB* ..... : ;
,..,..i tooraiBf bright sad I ,y } weekend sad. of eebc"a ... -..1. .
Mar. sow ttte drpartor of JIMMY here and :
M Mao ttllfr r
MM nf KJOIOKS &n4 their Ri a -&
s rM ::Gr I wedding aCathedral J.. .1; ,
tt ....... $*MY and JIMMY, caws of >1K. mmes'LgMJPi

tar CMMnnla They art making yr ,0' rY .which will uKttf (

'ale tam toy Nt and *tt UH AN- F 'q'T yd Yb Kathertne Bail |

__ .....* B. Sknwoa, and v ).(r. and Mr W J Te7T S 1 t
....... glean a**. ft perfectly en- rt'y iy.m3 r4 city and .John .UWMMJIA.IMIrermony
wri Hmw at Balboa Island : of Mr. atf Mr ..... tttof ..

...... >*>oli Jimmy and PM w nnetha 111 I '
tM iJHiami* wttl occupy k < "A'i :g) The .. Med '
.... .*- JUMii for about at I... *HH ..... It... cwrtMM that the two MelvilleCathedral E Jonnoaa ..51 }
Arsr -rw HErMeMaHy, are couMfc and the the
.Iat Mk.. MM same name.w -, Gunua. roam. .
... Ire ...... Orangt County, ;,. Thewill prcJIftIa d -
.... tai me safer la Orange y be given It1ll j
0IIj! JACKIE BARN. Mom of CrcltaltMA CIa i
Mr MO ..d AUIA MADaerf ,.-' and Arthur E t
'Ar;BMmi for a titUt Mrs Earnet =

attaeitae.a at the CouU1o In Uw rote fwol .
vA b4" the bni ..d'sMiss
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..... ........ let Cfcfcfomia were a some.. nf brWaltar'a. .
elllBC9 and tsar broth. F brae.a Mh r taw X'! .
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MJtt UWt #*UW of Winter 4 = A Miss Martha Bail dOa ,
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", fail .wt Tftf plaaott f. and M;: Kat ,rrUr
..... H.* <**ffonitera rout, ; Y -, Nnr York Cwt. and Ia1if
tN sotto btse a about six Robert W lt** tI
.t.b w Mw 0wfc.r. routt ; % Mich has *e*. tai ..
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MM WAYNE A < -.. t James W PU: '' RMr-t:::. t
asld MM* two daughter, 4At bridegroom.. vtbrother ; +rewe,
... told ELEANOR are A :.am J OIitl Jr ....
twawt.. far U t acme* and OILY C
..... of CaWoimia, '4 P.Dbm..n, tf J
rl OMI a ...*r tl Mra Coop roU wint h tera.. 1rM H f
.* Meal. else a.*at seen. to It : i. fitted ar. M 1 f fe
&:-L ... eaftrw a there wta : .a rt re q;tan to IW; .heW. M -V
Home
< tUMMtt t,ar }, The kW oota..tMM
Mr tfML8 of the Am. pztp In& one Tbsida aM fmIa ail
aa. .... ... .*.. of eon .. anl\lII& ,.,..., r t
...* oar theft last gar t ,a.e punt
.. .... ..... awsr ROBmTA.ftII YA iT K..s sw.I'j( ...-! Nfe- r
I -. !Ic .1te... retained beta fiiird *tu raeMw ..
ft.* MMM R m Frtmbur t ;nor_ and i1
! mm UMI, MMf. Mlf'NbMd their : fHUT1 lea
[ -..Ia", MARY ; .-wen IS twnnoethet
i 4M LARRY Jot ofTbt toner a -a
I Mesa latter also. t:Ie?mal! <'Oft... Nt l-
mm wed Mite hre M the guestaeT a ttDO&n and
PMM> MTMU, MR. and tmdI Mn Mk.. a
, Mr I ft W,.T AnotherO be !Ma14IW a ..
**. fata.. beds...tabrom. a*. UJe t nae '"1 ..
! I mUKPATRJCK of Ra ..-"1 end ttta+ .v....
! C 4 Mr*. J ...* Da-wIt
! *% n Mr Allan Jonet Mi.M
! .... tott ""opiMMnt stall outdoor ftaAer _..
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t1MI .fttf Mfta WALTER Mr PlaiMr
. I! III itttrk KM, & C saw k >r'F. Jams is
: saa.gr WKI of Central t@r:aantM faro
I ...... ... Bolt Tower bndHaa Mum
aM Anea ........ Tb.yh. Wr tad ...... P
.... ...... d MR sad :'r'f of th. tit, w _
J N ".'IIUUIO", -be glents N A Hetazd of tear .
.tM a .f 0* nor.fai.iii oe 'oint, hoaNt M aa
Mrs, Xkix4 !. a.tna I ter s
epedl oats dill .. fur ww .w heMt
IllRfl, MAR.UHtf been ea ...... :
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BUCK and SENTIMENTAL I INTEREST TODAY centers upon the Ameri Charlotte, N. formerly of Orlando. Mr; Fosgate Is associated -i.')Jt Ovi S'c'f fo'C' V'Z:".jrt anti }.
ass weekeadaae.1 Father, or\d in the Father's Day picture above, is John ed with bis father, in the Chester C. Fosgate Co. He took time range eM tar H
=. tblonad : Ccweli Fosgate and his infant twin, sons,Jimmy and Joe, and off from the citrus business to'pose with his three little chil home and' children, Mr end Mrs. Fosgate find time to take port L.. .. ...... f. ,11
< .. Moats tomor- daughter/ Marcia. Mr. and Mrs. in the social and-cultural activities of Orlando and Winter d I "
KEWtrt young Fcsgate make their dren. The twins were born at Orange Memorial Hospital six ;...vs pr+tw
aormc topar- home on Laurel Rd. in Winter Park. Mrs. Fosgote is the for- weeks.ago, and Marcia will celebrate her third birthday next| Pork. Mrs. Fosgate is a prominent member of the Junior II b m pre -'I
t met Kothlyn Bgice daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Buice of N J.ah W Iia. :
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N ..v York nUb RUT1I'M Mrs.\ aces > >" ,r : r Club Gonder ,
hr stse n railed to Miss Nanette Clay a recent! Z Spinstjsrs Betty
r. gist *tk bjr tat ffll graduate from the secretarial I' T
watt *e ttt.ad, L. F POT. Daughter Celebrates
.%. tt 6M9ttaksH there course at Southern Missionary' : : : Honoring

.. I ties a f earl The rhasttt College Chattanooga. Tenn.. has t At Party
girw sme. *t tie Uet minute To Be Wed Joined the staff of the medical!' / I New Members Birthday

tosU *4ss tall. goon than Afar 1 record office at the Florida .Sanitarium j jI MIl. .....
et Sirs Runt MAB4 Mr., and Mra Henry N.Balch Jr, and Hospital. i iI ; 4v7 of'e} The Spinsters Cotillion Club of I Miss Betty Gender celebrated Ii j: ..... tatpa a
M w her mad to ah&ounoe the engagement of Mrs. \ ". Orlando is entertaining With an i her 18th birthday last week vfeenj home e. tab.Bradbeer ..H'
.. MH. Reed fcotth Bakttk] daughter Lynda Lou Pottmser. -:. Dr. Marshall C. Dendy, minister : :'!'"'.'..'' after-dinner coffee Tuesday i,I..-c, ....
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I her mother.Mrs. H.E. Gonder.
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it wsdd trro her an *pati of the First Presbyterian Church tiC .
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ernti.. .. wave molt to her to James Gordon winos has returned from Clenton. N. C.. i evening to welcome its new mem- I a group of the young i) MIa. ___ IMe _
....... MARTHA ANN MAa4H > .Jr. aon of Mrs. J. Gordon Willox where he attended a board '', ry :n bers. The affair ulll be held at 'set with a party at their hem. ........ Tfaatfat a -
... ) tain a fan AmertAMI and the late Mr. WOloz.Mm I at Thornwell Orphanage.meetI'ing : the home of 'Miss Sara Layton 1015 Eastern Way. .her pee.rA Mr gaitThrsia. .:
eM .... M etatd oast Wsdaes.s I o ., : .
Pcttlnger attended Cathedral : 1405 Spring Lake Dr.. at 8 pjn.
Games and dancing were ene-, !
.. .. kft yesterday School for Girls. graduated I discharge from the Army he entered : ['. New members who will be honor during the evening and dill 1 G.eteJann .wane w
W .. ad her mother and I 1 jed Cane
from Orlando Senior High Rollins College where he wasa -. rF guests include the Misses NancyLayton '
t ..'tl &WlL leave today. School j the honoree were Included Helm'I PratkOtomter
member of the X Club and is a e r'; Fontaine Winston Jessie
O O <> and-rax a student at Sullins Junior '. ITi.... Artenfiaedefa.
Canton Bernie Wittins. Pay;
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member of the Bachelor's Clubof : : : McCalla. Virginia Turner. Marie I
fast jettXSOX and her College at Bristol Va. Orlando. Mr Willox is manager Riddle Billie Eva Shell Kit Land, Smith. Buddy Felter. Kath&eftll i iI Chroas.Thwttaa. U
C A are feArtef to., ),fr. Wfflox Is a graduate of Orlando 1 of the Orlando Municipal ; Janet Rogers, Ann Turner Bar- I Armstrong, Oeorge tart Betty, QioreaBratfbeev
ta | HidteiMt, N. C, where : High School During the war Auditorium i; bara Coith. Lee Huttij and Mary Pettigrew. Church Emerson, Patty i i iMcOuffey. SflHMilwfl /
taawVvr tt*&. at Trirvfnent Inn. I served' as a field! artilleryman i i"" Plans for"the wedding will be ;_ Coleman. John Vail Bee_Waltca j total awl
ft** dw...w. DOROTHY J JMM 1
the South Pacific. Following his announced 101< ii
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..nn..Mew mtlf 4 4ttfi4 N* Keith r. LOIS Carolina are Mr.\ Proctor:Will Marry\ l", .' 4b and Sumner on lash Jim.Itlienl it ne. .

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Barbejor of main
MRA A, T. MatKAY.' at a:;r.c: .!saute tarn Ms /
sb.it IWaui noose on ML Pttt3u Miss Osbun Late <
.. ; ,T[ rO / July Oda Ountsr '.. Mir .
tw v anOeorga .a tat .1
Mrs. Clifford Osbun of this city {Florida Military Academy, St Pet- Ut the I.ortb: AMalfe
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(:... f t lurch is today announcing the engage-,ersburg and 'served for two years has arty'pted a pti=

.* Circle Notice Ti ment of her daughter. Jeanne in the Army Air.Forces, two :years ann! bpar.tfl W MM leoMM j jtcre

.. WweaT SoeMy-ol C'hrlI-' I Leone to Wflliam B Proctor. Jr, of which were spent on' Salpan oarans
'eta ..-ors a the son of Mrs J. H. Carroll of this: and Guam: For the past rear he f# ..
for UM .-. ....
caneortfto has been attending the University
"TIll:f"J tMtlr.h -I city and wham B. Proctor of ..of Florida. w:.) DC an .... of ..
.***.. tinniest / I \
a* Winter Haven. mane!znrs .tied.t ,
: Osbun'sThe
Announcement of Miss
fJIIH-tt l... 1 Mr. Amy Odent: I __
aritoe. .. Mrs, Anna 1Iram. \\'eddiIlgTill be an event :engagement was made tcf. group Bl
w* *tf Aw. lit2., Mra.' of July }1r and complete plans of her close friends on Wednes- ,* JaM 1L8 I
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when JrIrs. John Alexander
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ceremony announc- _
a. 1 Miss Bobbiehe'brideelect '. :i.
iii glob, Lane and daughter ..;..,
rittniU Rd.; Baay ed a later date. ;; of North '
MenbK a Clrtir. ...... O fll1"jf' A nl graduatedfrom Lane the entertained fttlj a luncheon. /alas hw W1tft1.MI1
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lilt with Mra U. L !
....." .. Orlando Senior High School with color scheme ot| blue and Bww.
h1mRa R4 .' w.t .., ; >"""k.- _........'''' the class of "45. She now holds whitet emirate
., .*.'** *** Awtta. : :'wag earried out.ia the table decMr. -!
wan MIS LYNDA LOU POTTINGER a skretarlal position with the Exi i orations by' .the tse Colonial, UD .
Wetne I MISS MARY GRACE M'RAE .
at Tbampao4' position Fruit Corp. here. i.... It Ali 's ....
v pm.a engagement. announced I Proctor graduated from the, Continued on Page 11.CoL 2] plans August wedding. j Pnttemfb.C .
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r :tt .1 is _aJt_ } _._un"' -IJ &tnttnd-&tttr Orlando, Florida June 15, 1947 Miss Wittenstein's Wedding Set j
-- Miss\ GarrisMr / Voters'. League -

I ,. We, the Women living far easier and simpler tI, j Miss Norma Helen WHtenstetn, I Aft.. P.Nt1t R. JttMteta .... ..
I they swapped the big house for a. 1 'SheetsWetiTo'day' AnnouncesAppointments daugther of Mr. and Mrs. So Wit- tt. 0.rla.. ri f..
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rU Housing.Shortage MAKE\ SENSE tenstein of this city is today announcing :; WIMiam .. .... 1 :
v plans for her marrtoH >W1"1$I IlNriU1
And the young folks fall for then
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( at littel houses with the modern : I to Samuel A. Rifkin of SheHon. . JIll
w Has touches, completely sold on the I I Thr marriage. 'or Miss :Mary A board meeting of the League Conn. whkh will be an event of 1n. Urt111a,1Gtr. tnla.tuareot
t idea that a small place is post''''Elizabeth,Churls, daughter of Mr. of Women Voters was held this :next Sunday. June 22 at high wdI Mt is cwt ..n'lire I
M1 I right for a young couple ,:and :Mrs..frfir. Gamin of thiscity past week at the'Alumni House of:noon.. eonp.. Phu 'ft .s .. 1
Unusual ,..... .
Twist That's the I will be held atthe ere t(11w sat tars..ia
general pattern even I The ceremony
I to,Ivyle Jack Sheets of Eus- Rollins College. I
if it doesn't make And it' home of the bride elect1* t0enddirt. and r1ij rbewf .
tweet alAN... rTHUSMhi.a I Ir RUTH MILLETT i iis probably one of the sense.reasons why j'j'i tft formerly of Denver. Colo, will : Plans 1f or the coning season ;grandparent Rabbi and Mrs 1W1- atwe ....It. at IM t8t. ....

ih t...t .t ('lrldb.w One thing wrong with the housing !!young couples today are having ,'be. wfemnted 1 today at 4 p.m. at were discussed: and a program for;grandparents._ Rabbi and Urt.WB-: .. lest tti.vr c."asBtwd _
situation in America-and It only one or two children. Where the College)Park Baptist, Church. enlarging the scope of League I ---- (
.-- IN rite Md..WII would they put any more? The Rev"Fayette Hall minister work'outlined.. ,New study ,I and
isn't a result of the housing short- : groups; study group: Mrs. Inter Hurts Cll' c"1.1.'T
t .i1 tIea --rn at 3 1. I of the church will perform the '' ttarnl.t" ,
election .u.II
will be aded next season, an n
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age-Is that the people who shouldbe and Mrs. Harry :
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ass tar isa lfMTa! ceremony service inaugurated a speak- Mn f111Hm .111 ... A.thu .
II ...c.Ka. in the big. spacious old houses | The resins Following the ceremony, the ers' bureau will be made available II Constitution study groups. Un. II' twain lanai ., ..1 ;.
J tNiMr w rtWrg. ofs usually live in the modern com- i I bride-elect's parents will entertain to other organizations a league I H. T. Clark and Mrs. Charles Andrews tf _VIle fir .ta" '.... ..
.1t .au kt+lrt pact little dwellings, and vice i iI i with a reception at their home. radio will be institutedand I educational study group Oct 31
n. ...... at ---- ,versa. Honor Guests 911 Arlington St. program + .
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...., WU1 aaraurI' MISS PATRICIA BEAT I I Look around your own town for I J Last night Mrs, Charles S. West panel the discussion league win mass present meetings on Miss Margaret Piper. Hub croup x rsa r/ar
wMln- instance you will find that the big I The Rev and Mrs. W M entertained with a rehearsal sup- on United Nation; Mrs XleOd- j
Is engaged to DonnelJ national and internationalissues.
I :.:: J "- old-fashioned homes with plenty were honor guests Friday evening per party at her home. 625 W. State. lough Maguire' study group oe

.t last w- MIl l.aliiwl.hi. Womer Smith and the announcement Of living space for 'growing families i when.members and friends of the I Stetson. honoring Miss Garris and Mrs. Rhea Marsh Smith presi-. national economic: pre&eo. Mrs, .
... sl tY aw.rew is being made today house Mr. Sheets. 5ir4
act a middle-aged or old
I Concord Park Methodist Church' Assisting Mrs. West' were Mrs. dent announced the following appointments .f Willis Washburn chairman ftot- {
1MM11 by her porents, Mr and couple whose children are grown': assembled at the church to wel-"
as s. I W. B. Isbell and Mrs. J. H. Isbell. tion service; Mrs. Dorothy Board- {
fit Ibrs tfcMMtft (.... wtt Mn f F Beaty, of 58 E. Con- up.And I'come them back for,another year.The : Others present were Me. and I Dr. Katheryn Abbey Hanna and chAtnnan'oter's Handbook: 1
couples with child man t
young a of
Rev. Irwin has Miss Margaret Piper chairmen ,
cord Ave Mr. Smith is the recently returned Mrs. D. M. Garris the Rev. and
:-:-; CIa :: awe. ton of Mr. end Mrs. A E or small two are making payments on : from the Florida conference Mrs. Fayette Hall. Misses Virginia the panel discussion meetings; i Mrs. William Sanders library lad S"t Clift thw
houses without an extra : at St. Petersburg where he ; Mrs. A. H. Smith Jr, chairman Mrs. Herbert Hal-
publications
L+ .. .... Carter. Carolyn Morgan Catherine ( :
Me trlM rtd Smith. of 2149 E. Kaley Ave. room for another baby i tCWw.
Iwtar. or even i was re-appointed as minister of1 West. William Willcox of Eus- of public relations and radio with 'I varstadt, chairman. heeptUMty
...tltnhl l enough space to offer their present the church. i tis. W. B. Isbell. J. H. Isbell. Mrs. F. S. Kottmeier and Mrs. and In Oewa- I
I occupants elbow room. I A large crowd attended the Charles S. West. Charles S. WestJr Ernest Kilroe for press publicityand transportation; ....
| But the old folks stick to their for ment in Operation. Mrs. Stafford
.-n=. J1I, Proctor ception. Mrs. Mark E. Brown. Mrs. Rockwell Osborne
awtfa f big outgrown houses from re-I' press book: Mrs. William Killen. Strickter. Mn. Ljmn Brudon. aM 1 II W. W........ K.
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..and.. jment I dread of change and senti-I I Organic material mostly. Over 100 parts in most automo- I' chairman of speakers bureau,Mrs. Mrs. Dorothy Boardman to attend'the
:siw IN..Nrr Will Marry\ I times from pride. They bon. ... biles contain rubber. Eldridge Hart health and welfare I_ County_O 0m* riea, Board of ... .... .. .
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wlrt.t tw.Ilr McLrod. Elizabeth Ricker
t !rE (1s11lt. lawn ChhusDo Virginia Chap- ,
.. p Id a. pHL Uarjt Dukes Zuliem Asher.
t I All nfI I- Betty Murrhteon. Louise White c
trio Lss.tdkd Kathertee Cillanan. Virginia Al- 1
m. wan ..... JfIsr .... Sylvia Ueisch of Sanford. An- j
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& =-: teach the Rev William I. Hosch- :
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pmtual and natural forces within :
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tae Summer months meeting each \ 4 .. (, S I
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fljAtn' ..... K this Leek have been given as follow I : .
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The Rev Carolyn H. Parsons 1
Alit wiB pk this morning at the 111
ah 1adlf. t w U a. devotional service at the i iciwnb. !
dM Her subject will be. Our ,
y r. N* 1'h1n.AI rather 'I .
rein ... .1 ladle On Monday at 10 a.m. there win '
*. Ikt11w W&aum. be a class in Lessons in Truth. : .., :: Vibront-toned prints that sing of summer inBeldings t
r t1At $ Pnneip: of Healing will be I I ":
All uratht. Monday at 8 pjn. 1 ;
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I.I -= E The Tuesday morning class in k "U1 new petal-soft rayon that drapes ex- t
r M. The Twelve Powers of Man will
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meal at 10 o'clocK. and on
n or. 1) Wednesday at S pjn. there will be quisitely that's perfect for the frankly feminine ,. '
f II* Onf A chat in Mysteries of John. I
H. \>lrtRfM There will be
t'o daily prayer I \
i. .. ervtces. one at 12 noon and the styles of the season. As wearable as it is wonderful, t r
... .. ha. \\it other at 3 p.m.nth the exception 1 i -t
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All scrrlces are 'open to the I r* '"Spellbound" keeps your flower-fresh with its .a

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aatt41AiN fer more than 35 years ago al- .< yet opaque weaver gros- .
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E->r. Cannon # I Methodist Reading Club l I Orlando Florida June 15, 1947 7.h t unbat! 'tI1liJ1t1.ftnr -Page'19 :hat' .r.ft J1.... j
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1 smile no matter if you feel in the i be KM a ..

BntertainsDelta I I Rally Planned Gains Rapid.Popularity i Men Want I dumps Don't yourself.save up all the bad news I''not steeped&lnt bet..In tip::1jEl


Zctas For FridayThe dlx :SH 3 y' L.FY Wives To Be you have raked up during the c1Iu&H 80 I set Is t ew

...... I, day. Tell him a funny story and tees: If yew ....
**** +* r j p nnonTtw Methodist Young Adult A whirl of activity has kept the .ry radiate .much cheerfulness that to be ham eattl

AnlMee ..47 evening Sub-Dtttrict Fellowship win hold'librarians of Albertson Public Library Cheerful. he will catch it and brace up himself Use bmM .i ef
.s ..e Idled mrmbm of a rally at the First Methodist: .busy registering enthusiastic i, and kid himself Into believing your matt Mfk* bRktleo
.. .........WteUr Park Delta Church of Orlando- on Friday at. in the Sum If DOROTHY DIX I that there are still things in the r be tiel
young readers
t... dltlswt IU: pjn. Ip old fashioned novels, the world worth fighting for and that with laujiMand
a.tt with a sir 4' The evening will include a mer Reading Club which opened heroine the to do it r--M 0 eshat
IJ* bat. .... DrtT picnic beauteous was always by jinks: he is man
ea *r St.MttMf cupper and classes in leader- last Monday. On the opening'dayof don'f be IN eM. jliraelda
Wi ...... m buiuvM steeped in grief up. to her eyebrows And above all. a crepehanger I
ship and recreation. the Albertson Public Library,/ wife Don t take the starchout : .4 iweos <
.ee hrtd with Mr*. whether she had anythingto =
f >....... pmldmt. psrh"rte James Mason of Tampa. Central Summer Reading Club over 200 worry over or not. She went of your husband's every Pl nand but. .a OIMVway.
Florida ambition throwing cold
district president win be by
A s*. tfmt by Mr*. the featured speaker R. R. Orcutt boys and girls signed up for membership about clothed in a green-and-yel- s

rtMmnan of the will conduct the recreation classes at the main library 765 low melancholy. And. according 3r 3
eve Hrvt Aid the ta the ballad, she wept with delight ,
as well as leading a period of bOOks circulated and 66 children -
were
*.....1' Mrtlanthropie& when you gave her a smile, '
.. IHfkffMMi reported croup recreation.of adult work Mr.for Orcutt the is FlorIda director -- I were issued new library cards. and almost drowned the boy friendin MINA LEE of If 0 rl* r yti

w Ovtendo had been By the end of the third day en- her tears when he popped the
Methodist Conference.
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l'Mfc a Martnc aid. Chile rollment was 307 members. I question. She never did anythingso
.. lee tN Foreign Re- Eugene: Cappleman of Winter, vulgar as to laugh out loud .
Garden will act as master of cere- The main library Is not the
.e5 pecked lor ahip- while as for being Jolly-well she
..., monies. only scene of activity for the HR simply was incapable of such a *
i I....npre rWMnl were Reading Club. The librarians at thing.

MMl"U" Alic H13f Lofton D. Childs. treasurer: Mrs. the branch libraries are.also regis- Now whether this tradition of it
.. Joseph F. Brooks. Lamp editor; tering and directing the readingof being smart for members of the '
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children in their localities, Mrs. 'I
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eslfwre elected: MisraM chairman; Miss Louise Stokes. Aleena Dawson,'Head.of-Branches endure some secret sorrow has Winter Park
bu. Pf"'dtD t: Mrs magazine chairman; Mrs. \V. But- is at the Grand Avenue Branch anything to do with the morbid
; I K..... .prMdtnt; ler Netde, Panhellenic represen- in the Grand Avenue* Woman's' attitude that women take towardlife Wt Close It NOM
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i to 5:30 p.m. During the three hours men have.they make a lot more 1
that the library was open on Mon- ado over them than men do.They |
day, the first day of the Reading cultivate their griefs, and there is i iI
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/o0 i Club 32 children joined and over ? nothing they can enjoy more than ,
R P D I 200 books were circulated. The enrollment a good cry.CHEERFULNESS. I t I
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I Mrs. Rubye Miller librarian at w z: ,'. ness is not rated along with other ,,' ,, ", '; f.. ", I .-...
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I Creek and Hamlin registered 26 :jl to the altar and that keep them *' vd'

: children the first day. The enrollment ij,nailed to their own firesides. No
at the end of the second :" girl would think of baiting her .
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Hers your Album of day was 31. The branch is open :'::$:<:: ".'' hook with a laugh that was hung I .,.40,. ;; ,. ,
I on Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays i:7: : W. :z. on a hair-trigger when she wend i f",..' ''' 1.< r ""> J
RCA VICTOR RECORDS ', from 2:30: pjn. to 5:30: pjn. fishing for a busband. Nor could : "
The Negro children of the city I MISS JON I LOIS COOPER I any wife be made to believe that / t ,

recorded by GLENN MILLER ORCH. I are rendered library service .. is bride-elect of L E Roberts Jr. the quickest way to lose her hus- ; I
I through the Booker T. Washington ..L --.- band is for her to be a. Sad Sun. i
Branch on Terry Street. They I I Yet such is the case and ,if I :
i i assistant in the offices of Dr. H.
also that reading is fun and Miss could give one piece of advice more
There are the Songs that made I fink : Cooper T. Clark and Dr. G, T. Talton, .
i are joining: the Summer Reading i earnest than any other to brides.I
Club at their library where they here.Mr.. would say: Don't be a Doleful Vus
GLENN MILLER I select books under the guidance ofDorothy Sets JulyWedding Roberts graduated from Dora. Don't be a uet-blanzet wife.
Orlando Senior High School and -
McDuffie. 'That has lost, more wives good 1 1 'gGt'G
later served for,three years in the
I Boys and girls are reminded that husbands and good providers than 1
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Date all the who existed. lit; ta
$ the; club is still open for membership sirens ever
he in the
was overseas European :
and that For men don't enjoy being miser- : f
they can register
MOONLIGHT SERENADE at-the main library or.an,. of the Mr. and Mrs. H L. Cooper of theater. He is now associated with 'i' able the way women do.They don't i t'fied okS a t1t d
Contracting
his father in the busi
I branches at their earliest convenIence Los Angeles formerly of Orlando, want to talk about their troubles ;
TUXEDO JUNCTION welcome is extended to are today announcing the engage ness. or listen to anybody's tale of woe. :
children I in 'Orlando and the sur- ment of their daughter, Joni Lois, Claire The one thing men never borrow is ,
AMERICAN PATROLIN rounding districts.Activities. 'to L. F. Roberts Jr.. son of Mr. BUm rncr trouble. i I 1i

f, i and Mrs. L. P. Roberts of this To Be Wed June 19 So. dearie when, you are going ,I
THE MOOD
J ,city.The to have a tearfest make it a hen
SONG OF THE VOLGA BOATMAN I Set wedding will be an event of The marriage of Miss Claire I party. Did you ever notice that i,
July 31, and will take place at Elizabeth Bumgarner to Dwight L. ,when a man comes home of an !I,
STARDUSTLITTLE 'the First Church of the Nazarene Ferguson ,of St. Petersburg will evening, the first thing he doesis I
\IAt St. Luke'sThe here..i Complete plans for the cere- be an event of Thursday June 19 to turn on all the lights? That
BROWN JUG I I I many will be announced later. All friends of the couple are invited should tip you off to the fact that ,i
I schedule at the Cathedral The bride-elect graduated from to attend the wedding which he craves brightness and cheer-
PENNSYLVANIA SIX.FIVETHOUSAND ... Church of St. Luke has been announced ,Franklin High School in Highland will be at 4 pjn In the First Meth fulness, instead of gloom and depression Miami Beach Fort LattderJal fet4 i +
as. follows: Monday\'Park Calif. She is now a dental : odist Church in DeLand. So meet him with a glad
pjn. Choir boys rehearsal; 7:30
i / Album Price 3.31 pjn. Boy Scouts, Troop 33. ,,

Tuesday-3. pjn. Junior choir 1y y .

=4 See our selection of Radios and Radio- rehearsal.Thursday-9:40: ajn. Interces- tj it- .

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\Vcclding Opens Tuesday Orlando ArnyAkr Base Ww*... :
\ I Club and the OfBmtf C*& fIt .
tti .... WaMtr Harmon.' The annual Vacation Church the week is u foBow: Fr.1.. Nrr ...
lit .... MM Brad School of the Pint Prabyteriaa 1!! Today Beach part batott will .. .
:= a .t M..s MV. II today a.urehw be held for two weeks be held at the Offtem Club '. .... .
beach from 2:M to I >. fW ..- 1 Ii rsire. .. ...
, ... ..... let hr our betinning Tuesday and continuing members only fer ... It'-' _
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MM Hm S. Wfceo. of Jack P Pcffll as general supertatendrat tions Will be given at \at rh... a.= t>Mllrsr erk-esl
tfr Jr ei- and supenrlsor. I 9 p.m. ..... 4trl-k ...11
tilt The school wCl be under direction # Wednesda1Womaa Searu Ctafe ....... Y-- '"
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:wc. ra tlc and Mrs Norman Benzine. co-su Distinctively/ Di//erertt/ 1
' f ttebi4ster pertmendents, and the Mmes. : : WI :
...!!..! pet rn tM Waker 8. Pharr, H. H. Moble,. .i : .
j. ti *m orrsarIqd C C Deonier. and the Misses Nan .
I' :::..ra ..r uarv Vtflrrnt Eloise PUhback and Dot- : : Wedding Stationary I''
= =- tie Johnson teachers Primary k
SHM hire a. fie? DepU: Mrs. J Hyde Crawford superintendent for those who rfr' M. Nell
low_ and the Misses Clara
:: Jane Henderson. Margaret Brice.i ,
t +ss Ne& Abbrrt.rr, Judy Finn Phyllis INVITATIONS + AMWOUWatMIim eMIINMt
.... t_ w_ seyt...... ........ SMG and Nancy Dendy. teacher .. ......
,. Junior Dept Mrs Charles I
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.. r Prank Madsen. assistant suprrintMidrnt .
e hash.. ... _,''tta4/aM and Dale Mikell, George IiJJ r J tI i
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M Met Pace and Betty Lee teachers. r H .;y r
1H> BMw.ANBf Directors of special activities t4I o 35 E. Pint St. ORLAHOO .Lt1. i
M .. Offt- Ill. be Mrs. Prank Madsen. visual

.,.. Atf I IIIIIIUOIIn.: Betty Butler re- .. _. ..
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tfr. director of picnic: Mr. MISS BARBARA REPPARD AND HER FOUR HOUSE -
-- .l.eterey. Mrs. Joseph<< R Mackie. instructors are shown above in the garden of the home of Miss Reppard's/ Vera Mew of Atlanta and Miss Beth Hall MiUedgeville. MissReppard's I ASBESTOS TABLE PAIl
**a beets la Cat- .f masse and Mrs. Beulah Drake From guests'were her classmates this past at the University i- :
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Reppard, on Nebraska Ave. year
off secretary I Ii Now Ato.lcblt. ,ff A.. TtHiMohogony
--- : left to right, they are, Miss Gene Strickland Milledgeville, of Georgia. The five young ladies are leaving today to ,

i i Go; Miss,Reppard, Miss Anne McKinley of Milfedgevijle; Miss spend two weeks at Daytona Beach. j jI Mopk W.4*.4. WIllI

GIANTS &4I\R14\ I i groom-elect win serve as ushers. j i

,; Air., Batchelor, Miss Burke Wed. Miss\ Cochran ,gram Prior of nuptial to the music ceremony will be a pro-gir-

/ : en by Mrs. Evans McCoy, organist $12.00
WWIe s. CASUALS Saturday at All Saints Church .. To be Married and Joan Miller, soloist. y. :
.... ., The double ring ceremony will
All Saints Episcopal Church in of AU Saints in'the presence of Next SundayMiss be performed by the Rev. W. P.
'I Brooks Jr.. minister of the First
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INk :Baptist Church. following -
Mil rrml Vn YvCfflivJI 0VfnfSl palms lilies and white gladioli, The bride given in marriageby Jane Augusta Cochran -the ceremony Immediately a reception I I
was the 'setting for the candle- her mother, wore a smart en daughter of Mr., and Mrs. John .will be held at the home 01 the'
our low price lighted ceremony Saturday after- !semble of white linen and a white D. Cochran of'Lake Mary, ''Rill be bride's parents. Invitations/ are!
|| and .married 'Sunday at-4 to being extended to: relatives close :
noon at 5;30. when Miss hat trimmed in white roses next pjn
1 1.9f Margaret Douglas Burke daughter -:matching \eiling.-She carried a 'Thomas Grover Moon, son of Mr. friends of the couple.VARIUSE t
.and Mrs. Grover Stevens Moonof I
of Mfs. Bernard Wilkins oJ 'white prayer book, with orchid BREAD tt
Oviedo. The ceremony will take
"1 Atlanta, Ga.. became the bride marker and shower of ribbon and place at the First Baptist Churchin Baked in sheets half a yard in i t
lilies of the \alley
of Richard Emmett Batchelor, son : Sanford. diameter and thin as cardboard
Miss Barbara Montague of Atlanta -
Orlando : The bride will be given Jn mar- Arab bread is' not only used as a
of Mrs. Sue Batchejor of
was the v bride's only attendant -
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rage by her brother. Horace Melvin food covers pots
and Richard Batchelor. of Winter She chose an aquamarine
plates, trays, and eating
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Park.: I ensemble with wide-brimmed white .
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I.maid of honor. Miss Catherine
The ceremony was performed by hat and she carried a colonial
DeArmond of Atlanta Ga. Miss
the Rev. James Duncan ministerMaqna bouquet of pastel flowers.
Batcnelor .Martha! Ann Moon, sister of the
James DeHaven was
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best man for his brother and ush- I bridegroom-elect: will be her
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Pete Hunt of Oviedo and Kis-
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t Mrs. Wilkins mother of the 'simmee will act as best man. 2225_ W. Washington I FUBXITURI

"oc.ss,41 with bride matching wasgowned hat and in dusty a'corsageof pink i James brother D.of Cochran the bride-elect of Braderiton., and 1 ton Winter Dial Garden 6894 Road] I. 483 North Orange Aft... .... ...
Reese Moon, brother of the_bride
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two weeks to her marriagethe
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bride has been visiting Miss '::'-,.> .: ; .,
worn...without host! Alice Knox at her home in Win- : .- ..",
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afternoon dress of white I : ? O': ;'
4109 COOPER'S lace with a pink flower hat and Corded :: :
I" jf corsage 01 pink and white carna- o c
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W. T. WANT CO. 33 S. Orange Aye \' Phone the bride State.will Mr.make Batchelor their home'and his in ,, C r, .

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Orlando Florida June 15 1947 h1 5tuttn.rl-Star Page 21 BUSHED BROODAn ...... IBM .... Jatl !. J
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1 aaa ...... oar Eo* operator were asked by an astonishing number of her piano pupils in a recital '

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t I The of those on the program are Invited took: +u trr..w I I'aih ;

: >.ea Larettlilr to attend. Vol ]' heil4e& w ;

I ___ till O special of interest the soloists will be in the the a 4 4 .. .. ... ... l l j

\ ... rule \to Pie I I Orlando appearance Senior High School Band ., .... a a jWetlatttlahet 1 I It t!

.. %f." ifwM who won high honors at the State .. : w N ..senI. Me' i i5alssrJP.iya 't
teaPSal UM Band Contest held in Miami this vCy \ { ? -
I ....Nlr eae *., year. They are William Thomas s IItsM1MM.rlr

r few title ,tw cornet;-.Jack Loveless, comet; Earl .es- MN ..

*.. of..iVIft Compton. cornet: and Courtland .. IMe1t ....... IMtaBtlN ..
..eh4 gMtarte Moore French horn. Mrs. Pechin cApkA
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1bt 'CMlreeat11aM with the Sherwood School of 1M tluslasy

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seashe4/. p r pomas'for having completed their

|fe* tat M llMAftMtetf courses of study. They are Peggy .F. .
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=. ... : .. ... ;;.r ,' I 1 Theme Jack Frost from A__Shirley-flat___ PolonalseChopln--Dart---_-_-__---Carter Corbitt-Flynn 'Titusville Miss\ Davis' ere a.ap f.
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tltlr_w rase JEAN DARLING Aria (Be Thou Carte Jackie Near------Mae Cartin McDade___Bach EngagementMade CoupleVed Wedding Set j

.L1_ t4ae AIM adopts hair style. Gavotte __._________u___.:.- Gossec if- I

MtM! tlaslrag. tecenue of "CarouselLouise Allbritton actress; March from Alda Peggy___Piersoa_______Verdi Known In Orlando Here H"' .. 1 ;I
fir aster. Metropolitan. Opera soprano. etaey' TodayAnnouncement ifSUGAI

n n O ll:. Dianne BirkenwaldSwsneeRiver __ Boytia I Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Corbitt of [Spend! to The Sunday Sent:nel-Stor] is being made by eRciItt. IIpIM ee43CS.dlettictt \
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M c. WMt tfMW they via have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. J. Cuae.1 Nearer Mr God Patty To Thee Kaci-Arrs.Dnunheller I I the approaching marriage of their ceremony performed last Saturday I their niece.. :Miss Anne Davis : 1I1 (.

T I 1a4 ....... Mary and Bunny of Orlando. Mrs. Larry Richard Darts !(daughter June to Raymond C. by the Rev. Albert R. D. Besalski ,to Chief Warrant Officer William' Prices include taxiSTOKE ,

.-1Baa. to reported to be still confined to Brooks General Hospital In Theme Ortega Piano ConeertoQriesJimm1e Cheek !Flynn, son of James H. Flynn and in the Trinity Lutheran Church I Barchenger, USA, of San Antonio. ,

M 1M--. ttfta Her young IOn Gary. Is here with his grandMn. Evening Star____ __h --________Watner i i the late Mrs. Julia Flynn of of Orlando united Marion Augusta ,Texas, which will be held today at

ttMrN. C B. Bwfeanan Mr. Buchanan is still confined to the On Wings of Doris Sont__Kribbi-______:Uendelssohn l Tampa. Koch and Elwell Nelson McLester. '3 pjn. in the chapel of the Park SAt t ;' .r.s. i
The wedding will be held Saturday I Lake Presbyterian Church.Dr. .. ... .. :
Mary Frances Chapman i The bridegroom's mother Mrs. L.
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$ i1 June Cossin. Emily Strawn and Jean '
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Morning ? .U'unn Otter June 21, at 6 pjn. at the L. Witt of Miami was matron of < Robert McCaslin ministerof
B.oie trehuar! hum Sarasota and Lido Beach after having spent NancY Wyckoff i
Prelude Rain DTOD)-_____ _Chopin: College Park Baptist Church. The honor and Pete Snowden of Titus- '! the church will perform the HOUIS.
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IB1 It ..*. ftotttog Muriel Brown cf Orlando who is an art Evelyn Marks Rev. Fayette L. Hall will perform ville was best man. !I ceremony to which all friends of 9 JkM.TO 5JO ,.M.
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Dorothy Louise Brooks the ceremony. j i After the ceremony a wedding ,the couple are invited to attend.
.-. ti* BaHoc of a movie starring- Esther Williams. Watts C sharp minorChopinMinute : !j The bride-elect has been emI I dinner was enjoyed by a party of j II II Miss Davis who came here two PHONE. 1051 CAHtUMI&. M.. ..
Waltz _.... ==.=::=:
n O n Chopin !I Shoe Store for
ployed at Boyd's from Columbus Ohio.
Richard Higgins I six in the Terrace room of the Or- years ago w".5 .few. a thl,stir
ti 1 Ale Milt L E. tUfT mere hosts at a swimming party and Duo Pianos the past two years. ange Court Hotel of Orlando. The 'has been employed in the merchandising Aft
Spanish Roses: Shirley Davis Doris Knbbs I Mr. Flynn has been employed division at the Yowell- I.<
*' IMalr elt..lrt at tfertr home on Lake Killarney Thursday. Their Cornet Solo- wedding guests included Mrs. Pete ...Mtifl. number nf the Dental Assistants' Assn. Mrs. Willow Echoes _____ _--_..Frank Simon by the Walgreen Drug Store for i Snowden and infant daughter. Drew-lvey Co. here. ". -.l
Earl Compton i the past 13 years, and for the past i of Tltvjsville.. and L. L. Witt WO Barchenger, who has servedin
i Doris !
W. Oaktef of New York City, the former Edna Brannon of Moon Mist---.:--____--_--.Irene Rodgers ,
Peggy Pierson I year has been the store's man- of Miami of the bride- the U- S. Army for 12 years "
_r .*. arm* Monday to visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles gar IB Glace a Sweet BriaruCra.forlS ''!a'ger.I groom. step-father was stationed in Egypt for fiveyetrs. ..teael CIC ., 6, 9
A. 1l-. .f YM ML Vcmoa Are. Mr. Oakley Is expected to join his Caroline Daniel .
He is now assigned to Eglin: ... .
Cp and Down the Mountain Side. : Mr. and Mrs. McLester will reside eu.oI 5 re ..f.- ':! I
tl. law MM otoftt part, of August and they will spend the.remainder Gyynn King I Jones-Best Wedding at the Floridian Hotel for the Field where the couple. will make I'eOII"S''! \', VC' rFf .. .
eti IBS -.r at Daytona Beach. Marc Danforth their home.
French Horn Solo- Summer while Mrs. McLester attends -
000 t Concerto ---_-_----___u___. --- Mozart Held in Titusville the University of Florida at

I 14 1.b.... A DINNER party and the regular Saturday night dance 1 Melody in P Cortland--------_Moor---___ Rubtnstlen I TSoecial to The Sundcy Sentinel-Star 'Gainesville from June 12-July 26. I SNAKE BITES s
11 M IB.....rn' Ohrb were members of the Field Artillery Battalion Mary Rishgate Dorothy Brooks TITUSVILLE-Mrs. Viola Best I k Mrs. McLester has been selected i iI i More than 1,000 persons are

.. IBr flaauw Offtem AMn. In the group were Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Cornet Petite Piece Solo-Concertant. Guillaume Balay I and Herman Jones were united in I and given a scholarship to help bitten by snakes in the United
I Jack Loveless the Rev. A. G. Becker :prepare "A Guide to Teaching ':States annually.according to. one r
A. Mr rill Mra. FHtas Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Safer. i marriage by
The Toy Trumpet. ___..
I Raymond Scott Business Subjects in the SecondarySchools" death f I
estimate. These have rate
... .... JMM E. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Julian P. Myrick. Mr. andII@ia I Bob Dittrica Richard Davis I' at the Presbyterian manse Saturday I, a
Coronet Solo- at 8 pm. They were attended bulletin in the college of approximately 22 per cent.
r K. NtabcM. Mr. and Mrs. Robert N White Mr. and Mrs. Bride of the Waves ... Clarke :workshop.
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.... A. ......... Mr. and Mrs Edgar H. Greenland and. H. 1... William Thomas----------- by Mr. and Mrs. Charles i I
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Tea for Two Vincent Youman Patton, others present being Mr. I
DAY
Illrar. Brooks FOR FATHER'S
Dorothy Richard Higgins and Mrs. Roland Price, Harry Florence Welcomes rOil0 '
n n n Reason Lighters. BiD Folds. 119 S. ORANGE AYE O tAM@.
Lees and Mrs. Barbara Harmon. ,
Afternoon Flsbipg Tackle Pocket Knives
,..' wile orh. and Mrs. T. J. Langford. 1144 Hardy St. will Tea Given Mrs. Jones has been a residentof FLORENCEBEAUTY Luggage Jewelry.
: i
j, .. the _e eft tIk lire] house For Mims coming from Newport Deal l has a trwt see pee edses n hea.aetRi. ,,
r open Wednesday at 7:30 pm.: Mrs.Mary E. Vale i SHOP Expert Watch Repairing ,
W. f..U IMC'", ft. lae/ee/eM OOelee lit PGei..sutk .......
t tB. e.iri/aeaed W1th a lawn party and outdoor For News Va. Mr. Jones is a resident I
supper. ISpeciol to The Sunday Sent.nPl.Storl! I I Steam waves M low as $6. BLOK'SLLBr: D.y..... 0dM4*/ 14af.eeat i
/ttttl 1 .. be mock i ] of Cleveland Ohio.They planto '
ere a wedding scene with music and TTTUSVILLE ShaMi*. tyll .. n-eMoitiuiif *r.d :f
II .. ThU affair one In series being sponsored by Vale.was honor Mrs. Mary E.\ tour Northern States and will I 24 S. ORANGE AVE. PH. J7ST I 1. West:Chsrca street::, I I IYouTl
I guest at a tea given make their home In Cleveland. .
.. .- '.Tov&tcnd Club No. 2.. will benefit. a new Town-. by her grand-daughter Mrs. R. .. -'
.
... ... S. Conley at her home-in Indian :
River City Saturday afternoon. t -

I Miss Logan's 1 I I II HicksSimsT The imported tea table lace was cloth covered and silver with cof-an ; :

fee service was placed at one end f!
of the tablerEnjoying

EngagementAnnounced! rt tra s Held the affair with the l y .
: honor guest were the following: r .
I! Mrs. Dan Belcher Mrs. M. B. : .1< t-
In Mobile Smith, Mrs. H. G. Shuler. Mrs. s
I' John Olewski. Mrs. J. E. Koon '
,... d r.. S ,.,1", i,....'trl f..,t ISnr- l to TV Sundc Sentr.: I-Star] t and sister Mrs.J. D. Robison.Mrs. ....)" .

-.-..... M.M. L. CMBen.f COCOA-The recent marriage ,'G. W. KirkIen. Mrs. J. D. Pepper, : ...:'.:. .

M t111a1 nr.aeee tM enelagr of Miss Dorothy Lucille Sims Mrs. M. B. Roberts. Mrs. J. D. : ,,.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Murray, Miss Mamie Love Mrs. .:":
the let itn, W. L. Thomas Sims, of Mobile. Ala., to Wilbur Love. Mrs. Herman Watt-

@lllll 1.rr to RMtra James P. Mr. Frank M. Hicks Jr. of Cocoa. wood Mrs. Lee Howell Mrs. Julia r. .
n M W f. MI of lit and son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Parker. Mrs. J. H. McCracken I 4 -
Hicks of Mobile, win be of interest i Mrs. Docia VanAUen. Mrs. F. E.I want t
e .. +11M fir of Salem.to .
to friends of the bridegroom Daniels Mrs. W. D. Wilson Mrs.
i 'here and to the young couple in Kittie M. Trail. Mary Lynn Shuler several
a n4ttate of general since they will make their and Patsy Christie. t
> and also of future home in Cocoa. i \\i; IpI
I of Commerce.
The marriage was performed at It takes about 1,500 cubic feet of
m I.r some the Dauphin Way Baptist Churchof i gas per day to heat the average :
ttr stare atthew Mobile by Dr. Herschel H. gas-heated American home. % t
N***} Air suuon in i i ColiaiuaBORDER __ U
Hobbs. The bride was gowned .
traditional bridal satin with fitted

MulluM .51 a tratltaatetiitAoet st Lynn, bodice tapering into a point in I JtJ. L.. ; 0 fltAit
the full skirt. Sleeves also tapered I/ ; ;
of Ro
ill to a point over the wrists. Her t
M the distsplaw II / '
M Is
p.sM Illusion veil falling from a tiara I I DIAPER SERVICE
hsanass River
at of seed pearls and orange blos- ff/ : PRINTS _
A/r IM.H1e11"tie For Reservation or Immediate Delivery
extended beyond the train of
arrlae aY be aottmnseata. I!i1mAS PHONE 2-3357 '"
Her bridal bouquetwas ,
t her gown. $
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e1 te1MM Jteb J
of gardenias around a white
-- fashions!
4E orchid. c colorful inspiration for summer

I RABMXKVKEHOtOftOiJ. ;I i Miss Agnes Daly only attendant WANTEDSPECIALTY -

was gowned in heavenly blue SALESMANMUST 5 4
MstetR ALTO French marquisette over blue taf- HAVE CAR
,..!' -* r**.vf' amw rkAa CALL IN PERSON AT 953
_. <- PeM feta.Best man to the bridegroom was I ORANGE AVE., WINTER PARK

k...., *. Svppff StertMa his father and ushers were Dr.I, From 8 Ie 8:30 AM & 4:30 to 530 PM '

.-T **. ..*. EMter eta John C. Hope Jr., Hugh Payne. !I Florida formerly Appliance Homo Insulation o> Supply! Co.ce. ,x t
Austill Pharr Jr. and John Dam- 5' S
rich 3d. J Affray! fSnd washableseain-tested,38"/39" wide! ., _

In leaving for a sightseeingtrip S !hD '

through Florida the bride' $ All brilliantly! colorful in exciting patterns!! All
.
(
l wore a Navy blue bolero suit with
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and blue striped taffeta
a N.... I... .... a blouse.yellow with which she wore Navy : 'easy "to sew into gay summer cjpthes .dirndl .

accessories yellow gloves and a

ON white orchid corsage. skirts, dresses, play togs, beach robes, beach capes t %(\ .
t. I OUt-of-to1n1lUests at the wedI -

SALE I I dins were: Mrs. R. B. Hicks thegroom's . try it and see! An at'the one thrilling, price ol rw
and Miss
t) MtH. grandmother ;:, .; t ,
Jean McClintock cousin of the

A.M. I groom both of Jackson. Tenn.: l 4,
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Mr, and Mrs. T. J. Hicks and 1.39

i1J daughter. Sally of Cocoa; and aj =
Mr. George Hicks of Memphis ". I )" I
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uwrz4 Term.JJEftR. y' :' .. / j I! j jI o 9e1


EVEN IN &pecungaf/a6z/ ;? I l pi

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147rlela I NOISY PLAGES t 'Mother's Friend massaging prepx- : A ,
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and coofojrf
ration helps bring ease :t.;. -

to expectant mothers. 1 :' r. $ -

New AH-ln-On Sonotona : FRIEND tn eKjnJslteir
MOTHER'S emollient. Is useful In alt ,
MAHIOSfWCWLMUfS Hushes Noise-You Relax conditions: where a bland mild anodrnanuusan 1 : ?
medium tax akin lubrication U : -
This newest Sonotone II the desired. On condition In which'womeator 1 4S
ONLY Il-ln-one Instrument mar than 70 Tears bars used 11 Is It" pt BUTTERICK PATTERNS M 3
with BI-Focal ControL Great an pplication tor massaging the body -
_r : helps! keep the
comfort through a ncliy.dayl soft dftZbl t. thus avoiding '
wvn *v nFStc skin e. Sa
see It! unnecessary discomfort due to dryness ANTHILLS
and tightness.! It refreshes and tones the :
skin.An tdeal massage application tor ths
SONOTONE OF ORLANDO ; '1I amb tingling or burning sensations of "
I : l
I the afcta.r.te the tired back muscles I INC. 'I' _

i 611 METCALF BLDG. I aeeam ibfo[ -llke 17w8n pains tfutlt0 In thoe lep.nsa Quickly Highly "Fashions by the Yard" .
tor tlzers.man1Jdoctaes and -
.+. .F tai M kgle nwww.3nnbns to bottrts sold.Just ass se' ?'
close 12:30 P.M. a1
es..,. I VMt Raeaae ..1i.S PHONE 2-2101 any druggist tor Uotbds.Priendtheskta IfcMother's .: f. :' \. We will Wednesdays at '
and lubrlcantjDo.tlT
su tbeatMM. emodient '" .,
sea .at./tai- 315.17-19. North Orange Avenue
ITT, say to sEwi le, a4wa G. F. COOPERConsultantI Friend .,.:; -= -
oat a stitts, awl.. COWWA fABKJCS.A 6 FZATVZED W VQGVE. BARPEKS BAZAAR TOWN & COWT f AID OTSIK f A$8Wt-UA&W Wff.ll.Wff'V ,

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- ._ tt n \. 0 tTgr !'mtbng Srnthtll-&tar Orlando, Florida, June 15, 1947 >1 .. .._........, .. ..".. .. Miss ilcAdal11S'1Betrothal .. .... ..... .....

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S. .tit Lku Coast were Mrs. Howard Osteen and children Told .- : 'lw MMi
F Donald and Betty Ann to Winter Park News i N ae r f. .. iSrM.aa. .
l R.W.RI. Co.4orth i y 1cin-
Asheville. N. C. where they will t i Set Ben > .... .. ,' to
I -
.. Me et warm be joined later by Mr.Ostftn.Mrs. lr MARGARET GREENE By ParentsOf ,trek Kteit itswweAMi

....;.:...!IS.. of bland UM E. A. Campbell Is now In Sperry- Teteohen Winter Park 233-Heurc 11.12 end 4-5 Monday Through Friday Interest throughout Cen"ii to no. t eMHktertM

.. ahr....
tor Hwtr Sumteemc tulle Va and Mrs. C. R. Tartar II announcement b4M rt.ot r'
af" .a djpwitM Florida-Is the
.
-.-. ttsllun I and Miss Leona Buchanan are in Winter ParkBrevities I bible School : made today by Mr and Mrt. DaN OaO PLar.w .

recently Norton. Va. Mr and Mrs.Tom Cox : McAdams ol Winter Garden, .( anm, .1
-
I are going to their cottage at Bal
of their eel?
: I the engagement
\
I A aam. .H and. C. Mrs Harry Greer and Asks Bus Cards g : daughter Nydl to James B

DIAPER SERVICEMr.tatter's mother. Mrs. H. M. i WINTER PARK The City > ., Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. M W

< of Rockledge are spending -. of Chattanooga Tenn.
Commission will meet tomorrow \ Henry
f .... A rn .in, and future the Summer in Hamden, Conn. 1I
Hnii..t..MA. e BO.Uldrate, and Mis Kay Crisman is spending -..at 7:45: p.m. for its midmonthsession | WINTER PARK-Patents are i. The bride-elect a popular member

....... t IIn the Summer months in South and will hear an appeal : requested to rend as soon as possible of the younger art of Wtettr TOYWHDrv -

sill awe st'rtaa Beach< Conn., as the houseguest o! for higher gas rates. The' proposed a post card for registration Garden la an accompiUbed muM
her aunt. Mrs E. R. Kelsey. 'for their children to She
.. punchboard ordinance will be con- use the bus clan and piano accompantet

( .Merrill Mrs Fred Island Harris leaves!of shortly Indianola for, sidered. ,for the Daily Vacation Bible .. -.:_- :: : --.a:: &-----A.&...__.JtA----.A.& ....... .........
DR. PI. NAPIER Kiwanlans will hear a talk by 'School opening June 23 for two i *ryw *i** -Mrgw--g. -. ---* -*P
Chka o. ).Ir. and Mrs. J. V.Revels -
ii I-..: SPECIALISTCWmopRACTOR and children. Norma Jeanne and Winter Prtn. Loyal Park High D McNeal School at of their the weeks. I ANNOUNCING OPENING of
Randall, will be In Palatka for the : Plans are moving to completion .An
Summer Mr. Revels Is principal 'supper meeting tomorrow night. ,for the school conducted by the i f ; ;tYk 'I
He..Ul discuss The Place of GuId-
X-ray laboratory ,if the Cocoa schools and will re- churches of Winter Park the Rev. Salon'
{
and the
ance in a High School assistance Memorial Beauty
f...a"&I'D:\ to Cocoa well in advance of that can be rendered by James L. Duncan reported yesterday -
c tie Fall opening of school. There Is a wide variety
the community. of activities to appeal to all chil- <;k ,: IUI1 KBhl Afr. OwU Own* M.man& .IlaphH
Rotarians at their luncheon to- .
...
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.
i dren.
'
Joe Awflteft tl test Quality and Mfg. In Orlando by a Comply ,i I morrow will hear a talk by Mrs.who I The Primary groups under the a ip :"" ";"'E' .' SPECIALIZING iff
Jane Redington. graphologist > -
with 22 Call Mr. L L McGee at the will discuss the science of hand- :direction of Mrs. Kenneth Wacker : .. ..'
I years tiperiencc. j has planned the first week studyof ;. 'Helene Curtis Cold WaresN

j writing analysis and some of her the Bible. In handwork plans $10 Creme Machine Warn ..
FLMIIA' AWNING CO. I experiences. have been made for drama cut- Regular !
; Afternoon hours at the public outs, clay-modeling with free use Regular $12 MachineUss Warn i .
w r H aR 1. Phone 3826 E:library are 4 to 6 pm. instead of ..
!i 2 to 4 pjn. as stated last week. of with slides the and Bible.movies stories In connection and the Y Shampoo and Set ....... ... .-....- .._. .. ,

: There are 50 youngsters regis mission subject. : Manicures . &

: tered in the Summer Reading- Club Similar programs have been developed 1jjj''Pd .', Sam prlem at .., ..... I......
The Trail Salon and coming in. Theymay
Beauty more are for the other groups, with
to the Interest -
the SI6M
subjects geared
La France
Iltt .. Ora .. BlM*m TraO i bring in their book-reports. of the pupils. 'J\ Beauty

9 A.M. "PEN FIR BUSINESS 8 P.M. I St. Mary Chapter of All Saints I The ages grouping will be as III .V Oraai AN. ..... .
I Episcopal Church will meet at the follows: Beginners. 4-6.; Primary. it aMISS i Jdf.,.... Ct Ht l BW,. ...... .-MI/ i
Avdrtf CUdiatJS .,.ably WH U. Asirrttai Brtsty'Sikn I home of Mrs. E. G. Koyl. 1365 6-8 Juniors, 9-11; Intermediates .. ;; ; >

Merit OjUsby' .... Mrnr ... Park A**. Sa.... w. P. Grove Ter.. Tuesday at 11 ajn. 12-15. .".."........ ... ; -- --
Mrs. Koyl will be assisted by Mrs. Parents who are planning to NYDIA M'ADAMS
t i E. G. Eberhardt. Mrs. James Kee- send their children to the Bible 1--
is bride-elect! of James B. Henry.
;zel and Mrs. Virgil Rule. School are urged to fill out post YOU HAil CAN It11j,1iLii'Lq
I There will be a supper meeting -cards stating the name and age
OIMa C. J'alrrhlldlItoa r lof the Lillian Treat circle of Pion- and address of each child and to ;Mass. for the Summer. 'I lando. will be supply-pastor for I '

) E. Bray : eer Chapter *9 O. E. S. Wednesday note on the card whether not Mrs. Howard Jernlgan ls-rat her this. .nd the two following Sundaysat : .
> E, !rank Gardner June 18 at Q pm.. In the the children will use the bus. The ,home on Taylor Ave again after ,
r H. Rylaftd Cox ,, home of :Miss Helen Lewis. 394 cards are to be mailed to the surgery at the Florida Sanitarium. I the Baptist Church. 1'(1n l 1 {.
LeRoy Hoequist Henkel Clr. Each member Is asked ,Dally Vacation Bible School, Congregational I I Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Shippen leave Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Collins and i

t ii to bring a covered dish. I ) Church. Winter Park. '!saturday for a two months' stayin ;young Paul, foster grandchild of .J 1.ct9; .

Of the 54 members of the high Advance registration will be of New England and month. at Miss Leola Steele. have gone to J S"'
j--FA1PCI1LD school graduating class, 39 have the teachers ,
great advantage to Tryon. N. C. before they return. In Oklahoma to reside. :Mrs. Collins
,definite plans for college or other and the staff.Marblehead. the Fall. I
technical training. Six expect to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Clarke and and Paul have been here with Miss

_/ go to Tallahassee five to Gainesville !! Mass., for the remainder two sons. Dan Jr. and Freddie Steele for. four ;years. YARDLEYSHAMPOO
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.seven to Rollins six to Vocational of the Summer. leave today for Atlanta for a brief
School in Orlando, one i stay and then will go on to, High- '
I
I Miss Martha Dennison is spending -
to Stephens one to Yale University -: the Summer at Shaker Heights, lands, N. C. :. Open Monday Evenings \ ,
f YOU CAN HAVE. one to Stephens College at The Rev. James Haskins. of Or-
I Mo. to Wash- : I
Columbia. one Mary lO.Mrs
Isabel P. Coffin has WARREN'SWinter
.. 1IdJ1..d 1 :i rt'C'el\"lnllet test pocket size ington College one to Webber I'Ito gone i
West Hartford. Conn. for the .
INSIST! OX .
College, two will be entering
-eMt +ltt.q. w tfht plenty of power cuts pure Summer.
i ing school and 10 are not sure "QUALITY TASTE- Park Phone 68
I IB wtefi To i Miss Margaret Guthrie Is at < J
m going on. keep posted our which college they will attend. BAKED GOODSA r
h" 1 .
....... *kl it probably I When Pioneer Chapter 99. OES Plymouth Mass. and later will go Product of 1 Y. eM
---- ------ ---
to Glen Lake Cedar, bitch for
.meets Thursday at 8 pjn. in the SCHMIDT'S BAKERY
the remainder of the Summer.
WHAT YOU WANT Masonic Temple there will be initiation Apictureof
I i Mr and Mrs. Clarence Van UN Oramje AT*, Winter Park .
of new members and a Open t A.M. to > P.M. PBOM 231W tto
I Buren have to Broad Albin
birthday celebration for those, who gone
AUDIPHONE COMPANY I N. Y., their Summer home.I WATCHcan'tftx
have had birthdays in April May eNATURAL
,I I Mr. and Mrs. Dayton F. Reed I
,and June. > ,left yesterday for Brooklyn. N. Y. MOVING ? / I I
4IS. ra I.ak BU0. Ph. 2-3516 Dr. Louis Schulz chairman of !where they spend their summers
the drive to secure funds for the Fireproof storage i -
convalescent i Dr. Frank L. Pattee, of the Rolling Movers of fin. furniture
medical-dentil clinic and -
t! faculty, is spending the Sum-
home for colored people. ORLANDOTRANSFER HENNA af.aAN'f .
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: -. : __ _..P_ asks that those who are solicited ''mer at St. Marys .W. Va. ., ,., ... !
Mrs. Brandt H. Malin has gone & STORAGE CO.
i. OxmrtrU be ofMtiplial I this'month be sure that the solicitor ',,I,1 to Ocean City N. J. to spend the w TEL. '7511 I neat wttelaea t m tit.. ..soot CClOUWI It,,.I tin NMrIN

awl SIlk RH. SsiffliSopporU s I :, also has proper being credentials.left at the Moneyis bank .Summer. _. _-- -- *
25 II"J JSTR08rS
for this project.Mr. I Dr.Frank H. Harms and family IACH cet... N ....
Tru a- Crotchet 1 have gone to Akron Ohio, for the
and Mrs. Paul W. Glower -- WIVES' AND MOTMEU OF BUNKING MENALCOHOLISM ..... .
Summer. 911..n. see .
I W1IMI'R' MisiHa! leis I'\and and three James children.:have Cathie gone Charles to Ft:. Miss Frances Ford is spending: !'.. raw hi--..........-..___._.._..

the Summer in New York City.
t I Worth. Tex{ where Mr. Glower -, I Dr.and Mrs. Charles Mendel and .e..I..y T...... wM 0.. Week -bIllaBIe

I oM cat a Coin at ,. rlGte .1/.1.1 j I I logical will attend Seminary Southwestern to prepare Theo-to be two sons have gone to their Sum- WHm CROSS HOSPITAL
!s.M I' .;mer cottage on Massachusetts Bay, wee fw tafwiMtiMi REXALL STUBS:
.Itri r.nrtuee .1 / director of choirs and educational at Mattapoisett. 210 Ceatral Ath... Pattnbvrg! Fta.
ark
.......tudrt+p a..pu i .- I work in Baptist churches. !; Miss May Malvern and Mrs

p J-I-6t N4wr: t7 fie; I Mrs. Margaret Farrar and ;Mable Colly have gone to Medford,
i I dtfQghter, Miss Margaret Teague;., _
HI X*. (milt* Ortaax* 1'h.5. uu 2-425t leave today for a two weeks visit'1 1 t'
with the former's mother. Mrs I '
Dial 24748
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A. M. Rankin, at. High Point, N::I .

E- W.-& a 'C.Capt.. and Mrs. James Steven I I! ; .
and daughter Shirley are here for' Ear leas !

'l! 'a few day stay from Ft. Ben-, .
t-- ning, Ga., where they have beer CONTRACTORS YOUR ASSURANCE
:
SEE OCR FIXTURE DISPLAY
:: i living since they returned from Co'a'. .
{ II ... .
,. N. MILLS ST. COLONIALXOWtf pis .
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'. Germany, ST. D. !.. -
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OF EXCLUSIYt
.. Mrs. R. W.. Stevens will driv '
Lc'
from Dartmouth College with Jim LO1..+' t tI.

A Mfiii4.y Is Just about the moat Important day mie Stevens and a friend to visit I --'''

M ti. T..' to tfcl& LetII help you find thatI the James Stevens at Ft. Benning. 1' RADIO I : arIt r sr'QriN't QUALITY!
Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. KotfelaRuth
sadrt ..
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I I [ Krouse I. of Springfield,, I REPAIR StaVICRSOUTHERN MII.cet7lrt '

.d1. d.et bngt.s. end playboua wqulpmentter Mass., announce the birth of a: MUSIC i ..r.'. .. yt.rtdt.
daughter. Beatrice Ann on June I ....,.bt.ttte .
t ft* huh metatr.Wlndup v.hlcl... dump 6 at Mercy Hospital. Springfield: I, 132 X. Orange TeL 1m I ter .r. gad t ,dU ttLa estll r ....I1t1Ni

V ntfcs. b cktt toed**!, cad Erector: sets for the Miss Enid Krouse is home foi.. I of lone tU N' :.:.:p.r .swtM.wirled ,.,.
WMtf* Eats BikM (24 k %&-1 to please either the Summer from Tallahassee j ywe .rtttK .
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[ Ml "
p. lfiu
i I 7.151 rs'u al ble .. gtletl i.
Uf vL where she is a student at Florid i UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT .
t *f State University.Mr. ly err ;:'__\t.fMl tt 1 a ; ...1. ta..rpor.t b dlt air...r:. ...

OLOIUl PfRING Jt'LYI and Mrs. L T. Frary leavE H Elite Beauty Salon teeee.? lietrl wt 'lmeaakee''e: ; .411 a real' ens: /-ayget tt .u
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110 le Jl. S Mrs S. F. Dean and daughtei SPECIAL SUMMER PRICES + ." Y9l'1 w garb
i I Itt Il ...,. QOSED Margaret leave today for Ander
;1. S.C., to visit relatives for Managed and Operated sy alt coetMr
I TfrUUI ______ ____ WEDNESDAYS IOn few weeks. a i Mr. Jerry Jobnsos Aaa Cubing .t.:;ss
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Mrs. Edwin: L. Clarke an I .
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daughter Winifred have "
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To crt real relief you must keep v\\ enjoyment open to him.

.N t4 IM otonti to .tHy pnt ttlay your blood strength.Medics authcrttlMBT .
analysis of the blood have by poet 'TA. tft pines
: [I ........ "*' ..... f r c.fwly curved Califer I tlT. proof shown that SSS Took a der asby
.l ... ............ .:MWOOO Awnints. Pat amazingly effective la building lot n lit 01 yoM tail trt to fUj.. 1 MODERN AIR CONDITIONING
blood strength In 1I000o< '" W.U4 Nature assures maximum i tonal anemia. This la due to the SSS toJtj ::
;1' f aePH U4emf rt. Bvtftet plat\ If rear 4eI,.. Took formula which contains spe ia ROBINSON w! Gas Systems installed anywhere on refundable deposit balsr: A
lr4 **r <.....'" .l.ev y*. what the, can d. and potent activating ingredients. CREEHSFUEtCAS
j-1- rP. bless .. ewWf.y,8 simply" tel.. Also. ESS Tonic helps you enjoy th< a SERVICE
j pelts food you cat by Increasing the gastrli MUSIC COMPANY !
y n I ....... I.*4rtlT* Jute when It is non-arrant 24 HOUR SERVICE SINCE 1932
11 t ashy too little or scanty-thus the atom I
531 IN.
i ash will hav* llttl cause to get balk] Orange Are. I
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} food float tasU.wait! Energttt your' body wasthroughout: I I
Awnings Orlando I rich red-blood.Start on SSS Tonic now
A* vigorous blood surges iiiit IT lisllwt. NflTURflL GflS & flpPLIflnC
your whole body greater frechnec and
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Bleep better. feel better work better,, I
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BJco11liiride I\V. T. Hunters honoree decorations was and presented place cards.with The a!'! OES'\.Chapter-Kirk Lewis : J


Of Mr. Mann I Makes VisitWith lovely Present gift were from her Miss hostesses.Roper, her Has SupperAt To Enter AM10'FM' --.. (

.. .,. .-. \.... "C. I I mother Mrs. B. H. Roper Miss
.tr' Stet)
Mary Orr Mrs. Cohen Bray. Mrs.
AfOfKA The wedding of Miss Wrights ;Boyce Cooper, Mrs. Floyd Payne. Apopka I Hospital
v A4H Ruby daughter of Mrs. Hart Miller. Mrs. Hugh Las- -
MMI lira. Oliver Rtlbof tsar' to The Sunder. Sentinel.Star: siter Mrs. Harold Maguire. Miss [Specot to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] I lj AGNES BERRY I
pull t. Mr Thomas LeonMi Josephine Maguire Miss Mary APOPKA-Members and guestsof [Special to The Sunday Sent-nel-Stor]
Mww WINTER GARDEN-Mr. and Chapter 137 Order of APOPKA-Kirk Lewis is enter-I i
ef Winter Orange
Garden was Mrs. Clare Eby, and Mrs. Booker Roper.
MN TJI flHid Wednesday afternoon W. T. Hunter visited Mr. and Louis Bnley.and Eleanor Bnley. Eastern Star* enjoyed a .covered I ing Orange Memorial Hospital I WHOO is Bringing
Mrs. Cecil
Wright this week before -
lb Bpust Church at dish supper Monday night at the Sunday for an operation. i I I
children of H. G. Briley leav-
The Rev Robert moving to California where are home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. II Mrs. E. A. Leach has arrived I
.?f BJ church officiated Liner he will enter the State University. ing Tuesday to Attend Summer Wells at Dream Lake. Afterwardan from Detroit to visit her daughter -I I
I Edwin Bray Hamilton and Walter camps in the mountains of North apron party was held to raise Mrs. Leslie Hall.
j teemed and fern* and white Hamilton, sons of Dr. and Mrs. Carolina. Mrs. Ethel Douglas will funds for the new building. Miss Mary Lee Welch has beenat these STARS
\ a w utif ul aetunx Walter aCCOmpany them to camps and remain to
tfee. tiaarMatvt Hamilton of Columbus. Among those present were Mr. Daytona Beach visiting Miss
WM 3 J Orlffta ceremony of Ohio are guests of their grandmother in North Carolina and Virginia and Mrs. O. M. Stephens, Mr. and : Joan Roberts. ,
8t Cloud,
..... .+ weddiat march Solos Mrs.Dora Bray and aunt for a visit. Mrs. C. H. Womble Mr. and Mrs.J. I Mr. and Mrs.V.A. Stewart have ,
... Mrs M. Y McMillan. Bruce Briley Judith Briley R. Stillwagon. Mr. and Mrs. been to Naples on a fishing trip.
.. ........ d bt Miu Sue Shaw Mr.and Mrs. R. W. Dunaway Sharon Winter and Betty Jean I F. L. Burgust Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mr. and Mrs. W.L.McCall have Central
BtfceaiejreY of Orlando & Ft
Iir Oaeoee Win- entertained at dinner Friday. Waldrop win leave Monday for St.. Daniels.Mr.and Mrs.T.W. Swan- been entertaining Dr. and Mrs.F. .
....... ft. accompanied by Misswon Guests were Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Petersburg to attend the Pioneer ner. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Draggers W. McCall of Miami and Mrs. : I
attn.
Gulley of Oakland and Mr. and Group of Presbyterian Church. I ;Mrs. E. L. Alcorn. Mrs. D. A. V. C. Powers of Bennett N. C. i
bade a becoming Mrs. Norman Gulley ol Fort Bishop. Miss Margaret Brewster. Miss Gertrude Marsh of Mon-
|Mk ftr 9e afUrnoon dress with I Pierce and Hugh Lee of Winter The Misses Ruth and Jean Bur- ticello. has been guest of Mr. and I
fit MM!!!! Her a.hOrftU of imi Garden. Miss\ Harris I gust Nancy and Nina Daniels Mrs. Carrol Hamrick. :
..... feil from a tiara Mi" and Mrs. Bud Bean and Mrs. W. C. Johnson. Mrs. Orlin i. Miss Elin Larson has been in
IIIrJl m.tff tact She carried a family have returned from Brooks-I I Mitchell.Mrs F.C.Lovell Mr.and Tallahassee visiting her sister
let of white roses and rllle where they visited Mr. and To Become Mrs. S. W. "Upton. :Mrs. Mary I Miss Olga Larson. I
a- ewMd Mrs. A. K. Bean. i Witherby Mrs. J.: W. Louis Mr. Mr. and Mrs, Oliver Votaw left
Aeon Srhepke was herM Mr and Mrs. L. W. Bailey and and Mrs. H. E. Smith. Mr. and this week' to visit their'daughter,
wnda ei Bhe wore a light Miss Carolyn Bailey who spent Bride Today Mrs. Merle Savage and two sons, Mrs. C. M. McDowell in Toledo, ,
afteroooo Mr. and Mrs. Vivian Wilkins. Ohio and to attend the gradua-
dress with
"--T : I S S F'I
ii.fi....... and carried an the Winter, have here at to the their EdgeTat.erHotel. home in [Special to The Sunday Senturel-Star] Billy Woolbright Mr. and Mrs. iI i tion of their grandson.Mr. + a
.. gone James Goodman from Ocoee, and Mrs. Lawrence Nolle
bwSg4 t er yellow rotes. Massachusetts.Mr. APOPKA The wedding of I Mr. I II
Mann senred as best and Mrs. John Harrell Miss Winifred Kathleen Harris,I and Mrs. George Metzer. and Mr. : of Miami have been here visiting
are and Mrs. O. L. Sands from Clar- Mr. Nolle's mother.
fttt brother Ushers mere : I
youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
in Jacksonville.
MfDoiuid of Plymouth cona; Mr. and Mrs. Ford Russellof i Mayor C. H. Damsel and Mrs.
Winifred Goldston Harris of this
Cappieman( of Win Warren Hurley and Buddy Cole- I Sanford; Roger Williams, 0.M.I Damsel left Thursday by planeto
man have returned from New, city and Mr. Cletus John Demary; I \
....... Rugg and others. i attend the National Grotto
son of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Demaryof {
York and the New England States. convention in Columbus Ohio and
...lrNrinl.a l.,tnN the entertained ceremony with the Mrs. C.J.Kitchen and Mrs.Hol- Plattsburg. New York will be: ObituariesMR. ; to visit Mrs. Damsel's parents.Property. I r
solemnized today at 4 at the
lis Ingram of Orlando are leaving pjn
a at their home. Miss I HERBERT M. SPARKS I
Orlando Air Base ChapeL The Rev. II
today for a tour through the New
........ was in charge of England States and Canada.Mr. Harry F. Turmer will perform the LEESBURG Mr. Herbert M. $400,000 I BING CROSBY DREW PEARSON JetH+UYF ___
1le1 1IoDk. Miss Blanche ; Sparks 42, of Squire, W Va.. died
prnided at the punch and Mrs. Lawton Shaw and ceremony. Friday at the home of his sister
The bride will be given in marriage Transfer Recorded
Miss Sue Shaw left Friday for
HIM fcUnehe Mann, cut Mrs. H. E. Davis of Coleman. I
Americus. Ga.. to attend the by her father, and she will I II
siding. cake and assisting have as her maid of honor her where he was visiting. A lifetime [Spend to The Sunday Sen':nel-S'orl
wedding of Harold Shaw to Miss
...ait sect Mrs. Hugo PUat sister Miss Virginia Harris. Her resident of Squire. Mr. Sparks LEESBURG A transfer involving -
I If It
1; W H Brown and Mrs., W. Virginia Morgan. Miss Shaw will cousin. Mrs. Leon B. Robinson.I was associated with the New! property worth $400000 I ".
be
...Mpft* The couple left during an attendant. Miss Dolores Parker of Cooper I River Consolidated coal Co. there.:' has been made between the flor-t I
Mrs. B. H. Lawson Mrs. A. B.
Mpuan for a weddint trip'stireh Hill Tenn., and Miss Janet Rogers Surviving are his widow Mrs. Ida ida Telephone Realty Corp., and
they will Kannon. and Mrs. Albert Cowart Sparks his parents Mr. and p"::'
Mrs.F.
return to will be the bridesmaids.Dr. ; the Florida Telephone Corp. :"
Garden to reside were joint hostesses Wednesday at K. Sparks ,Squire six
John Carroll of Syracuse ; sons The Realty Corp.. deeded an :
the Swanee River Tea Room in
--- N. Y. a classmate at Georgetown William.John Donald James Joe : property held by It to the mother I
TMiMaaa
who can resist cold Orlando honoring Miss Betty I
and Douglas all of Squire and
corporation the Florida Tele-
will be Mr.
... tjurxer drink buttered tea at Roper, A color scheme of pink and University Demary'sbest
eight sisters. The bod.will be, phone of
Corp. Leesburz.
....... tat..ak. man. William Hanley of I
white was carried out in table
sent to his home for
-- Washington D. C., George McClure today funeral The property affected is that on
:
I and T.L. Rogers Jr., will be services and interment Arrange- which the Florida Telephone Corp., rw .
Underwood Champion I I the ushers. ments here were in charge of the has .its exchanges for the most ;
Program of nuptial music will be Page Theus Funeral Home. ,part. In Lake County property In
PORTABLE presented by Miss Betty Huber organist I MR. JAMES DAWSON HARRIS : Umatilla Tavares. Mount Dora.
: and Mrs.: Robert Ivey: LEESBURG Leesburg Clermont and Grovelandwas
-Mr. James Dawson -
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IMLCDLXGCARRTIM soloist. Mrs. Ivey is a cousin of i transferred.
i the bride-elect. Harris. 49, of Oxford was instantly DON M'NEIL HENRY MORGAN LOLL M 4IIM li
killed when'hiscar
$88 07 I yesterday I
i I Mrs. C. P. Dickinson another overturned on the highway i
CASE cousin will entertain the bridal '
; west of Oxford. A native of Ala- rOUND .
party with the relatives and a chua County Mr. Harris was a tw
WE DELI'ERtMltI few of the wedding at
guests a
resident and farmer of Oxford for 1 A Place to Have Your
If/ftI $rua\t reception immediately followingthe
u S. Main St Ph. 8158CN1Y&EI many years.Surviving. Refrigerator. Fixed'Prom I
I[ ceremony at her home 517 are his widow Mrs. pt-Efficient-Reasonable
Magnolia Ave., in Orlando. The Domestic
Mable -Commercial
Harris. QtfOrd; five sons.
GUS MADDENS"
bride and groom will leave during Charles Lawrence. James and i .
I Refrigerattoa Service
II the afternoon to spent a honey-I Herman all of Oxford and Leonard 22J Magnolia Avenue ::
PLYMOUTH moon in Miami and South Florida U. S. Army in Germany; one DON'T FUSS FUME 779 fi
after which they will to Northto i daughter Agnes. Greensboro N. C. I PHONE GUS- if 9
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make their home. Mr. Demaryhas Funeral arrangements be announced "Backed by 29 Tears Experteac.I ."
SOMETHING ALWAYS HAPPENS from dental: I
just graduated
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i Unless You Have Your college,Washington at Georgetown D. C. Universityin Funeral Home.

Car Checked for That !I Eustis City Council

Vacation Trip ,I EXPERTWATCH REPAIRING !To Study Truck Deal

I if -' to Tie Sjnday Sent'n&StanEUSTLSCity "!

A. P. CLARK MOTORS, I Inc. Specializing Watches.in Swiss 8 Days and Service American I I Monday night in council regular will session.meet t ., I TOM BRENEMAN PROFESSOR QUIZ THt VAT MAN

ORLANDO JEWELRY A report on the purchase of a new r I "
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PROVE 2-074S 256 S. Orange. Corner Jackson I fire truck for the city is expectedto I -

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-Jf HALT, RU11ER B CORK Tlii 'I IJ Names Franklin I RESURFACES

I I I r MWtMM MO HOiOFElT FLOOR COVERING I I Ir

J WELK 8 WRIGHT TILE GO, ,; ti.I. Francis E. Loomis. funeral director BEAUTIFIES (

% tta, M HUM Phone 5216 fAt of Winter Garden. was
... .. ..... ... .,... .... ..... elected president and C.M.Frank-
lin of Carey Hand Funeral Home. Modern !I. secretary. of the Orange CountyFuneral I
I I Directors'and Embalmers Building With' s treat 4 B

LT Assn. at an organization meet- New Svrfece
DAUGHERTY'STHE ing here last week.
a- Formation of the group restricted When you bring *.., .... ... I
to white licensed funeral directors .. Mt 1
INSUL-MASTIC gee
and embalmers licensed with !ii
ef eiUrtor stirfse4aiMASTIC :
bin Job
THE I under Florida laws and practicing waterpreeta, '...''...* aone
was announced
County ,
in Orange
/I by Franklin who said .pffftUtftff spray INLLIMA .j
I 100 cent of eligible practitioners to a thickness nft *. Uatet M 1 Nrtt M
per .
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In the county are charter the economy. Thor .a.s f
members. hour and h .n *l fcaM ...k. f rer ...
I The new association. Franklin cement blork. tlUmaUi" gtrn tetHAtl
in a glorious array of continued will be associated with Term amnged.INSUL.
State and national organizationsat

i sizes, models and styles an early date.
i! Franklin Is serving' his third MASTIC 00.Of
i4 year as secretary-treasurer of .
the Florida Funeral Dimton'and
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ray
w ... ....YiRc. ntwfy-arrired selection olfcMMtfinh Embalmers' Assn. f Cenlra! RsrUa

IQ m __s& tidies and radio You'll 1 > : i Association' purpose.he continued I
to encourage among Ita 33 E. Marks Ste Orlando J-: I
thsl 6l... *lit you want in the distinguished I members and the profession in

It- .. ten -gfMininf t' tae smart wood table, general of the embalming highest possible skill; degree the- ..j

sslatlsla ted weerb console phonographradiosl greatest possible proficiency In _
funeral directing; and the utmost
M. R DAUOHEIIT knowledge and care in the use of
: : sanitary precautions against the
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I <. .. M* f"I -f *'&*>.. OtlANDQ. FLORIDA : spread The of following disease.Orange- Countymembers r
<, ; of the new group were
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i R. A. Cole Ernest R. Wilson H.
it < 1 i Ryland Cox D. P, EiseLstein. L.

J ",*,'A'' "'''''''(o..'' -'_.-" ..,,,-i&v'._,.li.: ;; "'-.t.;:: ,..,w: C.joy Wlgginton., all of Orlando and John: Loomis E. Love-and

ORANGE. COUNTY'S DELEGATION to 32d Wheeler, Taft, and Mary Etta Lennon, Union Morris D. Parker, Winter Garden;
and H. Marvin Pittman. Winter
listen All annual State Short Course for 4-H girls at Park, second row, standing: Miss Elizabeth. Park. 4

Florida State University. Pictured above are, Dickenson, Orange County home demonstration Meetings of the association will

4 left to right, first row, sitting: Anita Tucker, I agent; Aletha Des Rosier, Union Park, : be held on the first Thursday of
YouNevBabies each month.
Christmas, and Jean dayman, Orlo Vista; Nadine Belmany, Fleming Heights, Violet :
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second row, sitting: Joyce Des Rosier, Union Hay, Lockhart, and Mary Ellen Jones and I
pledged their Ideals to be
ie: Park, and Sara Lou Jones, Michigan Ave.; I Barbara Hicks of the Michigan Avenue Club; I fine and anew useful women In their -r

first row, standing: Darlin Lee Wise, Neoma [I back row: Mrs. H. H. Bradshaw, Pine Castle, homes and communities.

Blanchard, Frances Huggins, Iris Blanchardand I and Mrs. Carl Barnes of Lockhart, community I Orange County girls present for

Barbara Metz, all of Lockhart; Emily leaders.Short the course were:
... Anita of
--L .L .L I Tucker Christmas;
*r T* '*f" Jean dayman. Orlo Vista; Joyce i

Am I I.'*<'lt I M4."lean tt.Url .Des Rosier. Union Park: Sara Lou
d *.....Ii I ifc....<'>.h>r r.tt.et.a t.*4.*. tkia.( .X.TCVHO.AWt4 u* *..4.. Course Thrills 4-H Girls Jones,_Michigan Ave.; Darlin Lee
Wise, Neoma Blanchard, Frances
\ aL t a. tu.a talust }.1agU, I I
?e.a.Moe .rsh rreekfi beat. clay.r .Huggins. Iris Blanchard and Bar I YOUR FURNITURE WILL GATM ALL Til I
s% Naha.... ..,,....sa.....aNy.. ftlfc M4 r'. to The SundoyTALLAHASSEEWith Srnj'rjp1!Star] :|rcago National 4-H Congress. i and a better understanding of 'bars Metz.'all of Lockhart; Emily

Ti tNa' i ot A .*** load I*** M.M M'dkat.4 blue, red,' They were elated too. over their duties as citizens.On Wheeler Taft; Mary Etta Lennon, -

Mae' ..a W NY Lwuau.soz.It M ...rr elm p.d.r.. It and white ribbons among them as I i the ribbons which the girls cap- i the campus, the girls attended ,''Union Union Park Park;? Aletha Nadine Des Belmany Rosier,,', when it's custom uM4.+f J b. I
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.6.asal 16 talented
honors Instructional classes in all
a d Orange County
ytte .....,... *... acs4 t..tab Prs, Fleming Heights; Violet Hay; MATTRESS COMPANY C. ... uMit ii ,
i'd .......... s ak.t I s..i.6akt ,nllk girls returned home yesterday af- j rade of wearing apparel fash ,phases of home economics-from I,Lockhart and Mary Ellen Jones ,
ter having worked and played for ioned by the youngsters.The gardening to self Improvement, and Barbara Hicks both of the carefully rt-upfiolt, with im>iMl of <... l
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14 a 't '""" ure blue ribbon or first place from clothing to music. On Friday Michigan Avenue club.
M *M>*\-.",** I I 'Mow._ *toe.t ftr*. ttCOr-BO-aot fflrt .*..(,. "r<.w y..tr.. State four days short course at the for 32d 4-H annual mem- awards, went to Emily Wheeler, evening, there was the tra- The Orange contingent waj, selection, your favorite pitt"I ...
1J ft *" 1 .... trill 'v,. Ur.. ck..tt. Mug of Taft, whose ingenuity again ditional farewell and candle light- I among the few to wear the new' +
art a6M t c.. y Dng spa Fairly bursting with pride at the I,showed itself in a Mexican felt ing service, when the 4-H girls national 4-H uniform. I sponge flH f

t accomplishments of their girls!I Jacket and hat of her own design I : piece i the comfort you vo.t. .;
were the adult members of the I and to Sara Lou' Jones of the' 1 .
.w 1H Orange County delegation-Miss 'Michigan Avenue club who displayed PADSPECIA VARNISH i I Phone 2-2213 and a sicour n|,,uJillt.:1::
a blue taffeta evening
Elizabeth home
Dickenson. county I
demonstration agent and two local gown. I I- PRICE THIS WEEK ON come to your home w i>*. .** Is nfe a
leaders, Mrs. Carl Barnes of. Miss Wheeler gained local renown : facilities
If' UTIL:ITY SPAR VARNISH parking 11
the Lockhart club and Mrs. H. some time ago as the de- :;
H. Bradshaw of the Pine Castle i!signer and fabricator of a pair of I A COMMtXAGED PAINT DEPT.BY .
novel, dolls whose orders not only I I
COURTFOUS SALESMENrOW
club.They were partially proud of have kept her sparetime occupiedbut WHO KN: THE PAINT" BUSINESS RUSS MATTRESS CO.
the fact that among the very few built up a good bank account.
of the hundreds of 4-H girls selected Red ribbons, for second place, II JOSEPH BUHBY HARDWARE CO.
1122 W. Church St. Tee. i miIf
AUTOMATIC to speak at a chapel meet were won by Aletha DesRosier,
ing was Mary Ellen Jones of Orlando's Union Park, with a pink net ORLANDO WINTER PARK .i ___
evening gown; Mary Ellen Jones ..
Michigan Avenue club a -- -------- ----
i member for six years and Florida Michigan Avenue, whose eve-
ii i poultry_champion at the last Chi- ning gown was of blue taffeta, l- o rT c
and Violet Lockhart, m
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I had fashioned pajamas.
} White ribbons for third place,
went to Nadine Belmany, Fleming
B Heights with a school dress; Mary
x fryt- Etta Lennon, Union Park, shorts;
I Joyce Des Rosier Union Park
I blue tailored suit, and Neoma
Tmd-and-ProTHi ,Blanchard, Lockhart. with a best
1Aue.l.t Relief to Sufferers ':dress of blue and white checkered ATTENDTHORPE'S

iJ Sinus rayon.
f r I The State short course for
Hay Fever .which girls compete for admission
Fj 'from the 43 counties in Florida.
j 1 ( Asthma ,with an organized program of
Chronic Constipation home demonstration. work gives v
f fhi I training as well as recognition tc
PlTMiiliMtf NarmalUert. Eaty 4-H girls helping them to learnto If'
d hkse e. t. it*. Each Custom Made I II AUCTION
effective
give more service to
[ .w Lab.rat.ry. Backed ky '
:f ft1 9a I.m.veMA1.MA1hC V..,.. .f R.. &a' Treatment. Mad f.rUdlvMial. Miss Dickenson said the inspiration
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e.. B. RM4 achievement has been fei-;
s.dtN.d haul
!1 At Or Perched
throughout Florida as 4-H girt
1 Fr Ctntlit' lifor.,tl i take their places as fine and useful I Iii
1s i Clip Tilt M and Maq Tdty women in homes and com-

s .$- ELECTRONIC NORMAL1ZERLABORATORY *" munities.Along with their- campus activities YOU CAN'T GO WRONG .

\ j4 *M Hildtrkrattft BI... the girls from Orange
i.It JackMivlll. Fit.FkM and other counties visited the .
.It 5-OS72 Governor's Mansion and the

MANE State CapitoL ON
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ADOBES Its places of State government, ,
ef l Wry, s.W th.ws. +ds I S --- pointed out Miss Dickenson
brings the girls pride In FloridaXYlhen
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; tion jT a McNeel Memorial win ecu direct to 7OUi.a complete
A forever:commemorate your love. service including design delivery '

',J And you wm be glad,we know and erection on the lot. Thus, 2:00
to learn that memorial of many Intermediate profit areeliminated p.m.DAILY 7:30
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.1 p Orlando, Florida, June 15, 1947 tit i'nnM g 'tnttntl-''tarr' Page 25 Field Returns to Job I 'TWA fl j

HEW SMFMEKTS JUST ARRIVED Ben F. Field, who has been| j

i3 j ALL WOOL CARPETING Co// Scott To Talk pinch capacity hitting In in MaJor a public WlllUn reUtaen' CASHIER, f'f'HIG '

i: h tfr'r' eM 1ttA Ce.htj n.nJ; IL and 11 IL 1ridths. ". ::':, ', On Youth .Training BeardalTs office during the session< let
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f ASPHALT TILE : of the State Legislature. cenehioVd! TYKNOTICE III..

i........ .... ..d 0....p -C rUrvUHQinjMCWfcGUUMCONGOWAlL. Training of youth to prevent his temporary U&1puneDJfttH- = It
+ war will be discussed in a speech day. He will return to his, ml j
INlAID
j here Tuesday by: CoL Robert L.i estate activities. with the firm el -eTi I
lMrtll and Custom Mod Venetian Blinds C 1S v Scott, author of God Is My eo- Carrigan & Boland lac- in t** lIA--
v q II Carrigan building.
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.r } Pilot. ,
j AMCMCAN MM AND LINOLEUM CD.t He will address the Orlando'.
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Chapter of United World Federalists 1
to' *"v.* '***te A.e. Phone....... at 8 pjru In the Chamber of I
Commerce Bldg. The former Fly
t lag Tiger is Winter Park resident -

Field now D. C.stationed at BoCing: Notice hereby QlT.a that tke

Also on Tuesday from 9 to no connection with New York Cta ... k
9:30: pm., a prize radio script, 22 Pine Street Orlando. Bering trtaiefff4. M* I
t a War is the Enemy, will be broad- est In and ownership el Ue k.... IM.
cast over WORZ according to H. under that the ....
D. lOng and Dean Melville Johnson operated neme U poseur $
/ committee of number of months
of the program ago.

i tty h 5t the local chapter. I John N. Br erg i

@c I Few of the numerous speciesof

f t a. for the smoking tobacco purposes.plant can be used | Former Opwtter W Mw Y.% MI ;i


tttMeit altering you tilt
ha** M lad.; -Phe."graph, com- / aye
I h.atwst. new festrvnieiits .bare
E the ..%. rtetft1 changer wfcich t:>
biters hall $1145 plays. also tc both soda tf rhtIftiiUI
I I A ncad aulc .tican. FLAT RATE PRICES

1( UICBT IXBIO; MiD AWUJLNCE STORES }

ONSERViCE

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ORANGE COUNTY 4-H CLUBBERS take time agent. Donald'Sharpe Lockhart, and Robert I
Waring, Union Park discuss the day's activities .
out for "bull session: Left to right above,
while resting in one of the dormitories
Vernon Thomas and Philip Burrell of Lockhart, boys occupied while attending the annual 4-H FACTORY SET PRICES

II F. E. Baetzman, Orange County agricultural short course at University of Florida. S 5

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IAI; Coith Says: .14-HBovs, 'find UofF Life'Swell1Sve 11 I MAKE YOUR FRONT END SAFE

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-- NAM e 4*.t...n t.. k fie tie .f m..r a young plant L I' Rebiish King Pins. Bolts end Bushing
I -...- Nan. ...... .*. M inn rK.t rfc. rainy a* so* wilt toke core, { a' to The Sunday Sentinel-Star! :Hancock Christmas; John Beeler., ment. The swimming _pool was Replace Upper Pivot Pins '
GAINESVILLE Ten Orange Orlando, and Eugene Lennon and closed due to nearby construction'''
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e P I tt put os I| County 4-H Club members returned -,Robert Waring of Union Park. work. I Replace Lower Pivot Pins
I, ringer e din tease M 4 yt. IOU4 the Itthset cup ".hkh. should I| yesterday completely "sold" I The 10 were chosen from 187; The daily schedule called for Adjust All Steering Parts '
at dfeleatM Ott.4 ..**/ Mt .*..t. It .lIIi., the dirt cup, it i iMl is : Orange County members affiliated<,breakfast at 7:15: ajn, following'' Replace Necessary Tie Rod Ends
|i ..*a t tW oath. turn the ..*., krtakiag tile force of the with nine clubs. Short scholarships sick caW 15 minutes earlier,then 45 Balance two front Tires. U necessary
past week attending the 28th an- were awarded by the Orlando minutes in assembly before at-
tJ0aV tt ffcekvf. w r..... etc tit e.4 .. the host tad cot turning nual short course sponsored by the Kiwanis Club taking care of all tending classes until noon. Correct CasseL Cambers and Toe U

tat etMsr M M $........ U M s.Mef t.. Wctust their owners assume (i State Agricultural Extension Serv- expenses for the week.Transportation After dinner at noon there was Refill and Inspect Front Shocks
I *.f 111* *...* |W*...... soft H* fr**** further t..... they really do. ice."It's ,> to and from a one-hour Assembly period which
swell," chorused the 10 Gainesville was furnished by the adjourned at 3 pjn. for a recrea-
youngsters when interviewed on, Orange County Comm fison. tion period last two hours. I 21.00 Parts )
f W* !... e ...tf s.netf W tprwllm' ..d plenty of garde hose the steps of the Florida Union During the last six days the Softball and volleyball have ( extra
I ... (M m......! .fc. pep,, *..?** CMditwm around your plants. building. "We've had fun and young club members have studied been the two most popular
learned a lot* added a member:'under and heard lectures from experts -' sports. Night Truck Service Open I o. m. Monday tt I p, m. Jtttrt f
I I of the delegation which was Under on physical fitness soils: Supper at 5:15: pm. has been
t I supervision of F. E. Baetzman 'forestry, livestock poultry, farm' followed by sick call and then another -
ORLANDO NURSERIES
f I Orange County Agricultural agent. :machinery dairying, and other assembly period lasting 1
For the last six days the youngsters 1 phases of farm life. i, until 9 pjn, with lights out at
Mt >. Orange Are. II all selected for outstanding There was only one disappoint-> 11 pjn.
I club work during the last year
Dune 7147 have slept, eaten, played and OLDSMOBILF CfLYa L
I studied as regular students at the
Enthusiasm Plus in Rad'i
I Uh* ***rrvtt CAftXTAKINO LAW SWECPEKSMOCtS I university. Spotted
i I MW. rEBTtUZEKS. INIECTICIOESOKXAMEXTAL
I I They have been associated
PLANTS! I with more than 200 other 4-H Worker's Plans for New YorkTBy
Club representatives from everycounty
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in the State. I RUTH [MRS. A. D.J SMITH .
-I CHEVROLET COMPANY
They have eaten in the UnIver--I WHOOpee!
sity cafeteria slept in dormitories, That's the feels about to New WE SELL WE SERVE eWE IATWT
I t SMALL LOTS SURPLUS SALE way a woman a trip
I used the chapel in the Florida Ii Iii I
!Union and auditorium as assembly i York. Use Our Connnwnt Budget Plea

Ii I f[ halls and absorbed the college I Capitalization of the first four letters is due to the fact I I 115 W. Central Aye. Tel! 24441.
: I ;atmosphere to such an extent that
otflrow. Orteatl Array Air Base will accept '
Pay tmf.l$ ..,*.... Item on display in Building all' of them will go home determined that my excuse for going is appointment as woman's program :
.*.. ta tk. Hr.4.sMrt>ra Area, from 9:00 -m. ,, to be satisfied only with the director for radio station. I
It I I. T SMlAt SM .... II Jane 147 (Saturday and higher education they are of- WHOO. scheduled to goon the I --.' '
....\. TWi a i.. ctunistinc .( over ZOO lots 1 fered. air about Sept. 1. j t
*. al t.Mk. Liae4 are a few-of the Ufjns ia I The Orange County contingent! Before then I'm to see lots i' m
: is made up of Vernon Thomas of top radio shows, and meet :
;Philip Burrill, Dale Metz. Donald i radio personalities and-or technicians ':
i Sharpe and Ralph Hay. all 'of talore. '
II! Lockhart; Cecil Tucker and JuniorRousch's I But women's organizations win I
..a. hat Garden Tools i ---- ---- be important to my Job too. and
jlrw ....,. Wheel Barrows I I'm to stop in Washington. There, I
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..... Mess TraysPrescription as past president of Sorosis and I '
[I Homogenized Pasteurized ''of the League of Women Voters
7reis. Scales here. Ill visit national hf>
Vises I I GOAT MILK ters with which they are adqUar-1 -, ATTEND j jIII
Mechanic's Tools I With Mrs. McCullough
. Blower electric CALL DATSOX DAIRIES who is taking the trip me. .
( ._I Phone 9835 : I'm to lunch with Sen. Pepper,
i ....... 'Photographic Supplies i and also with Mrs. Helen Gaha I
I .. Blankets ,. i gan Douglas member of"Congress
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} I e e ;i and wife of Melvyn Douglas.
..... Radio PartsPlumber's
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"M... k.. Tools : RADIOS : II in The New woman's York during angle will the loom national big-

.... Portable Organs : REFRIGERATORS : convention'of the General Fed- THORPE'S AUCTION
..r nWllt" Kitchenware : WASHERS : I eration of Women's Clubs with
Eleanor Anne
Roosevelt O'Hare
r n.jr-ri'J "lftwu> Electric Supplies i NEED REPAIRS? ae i I McCormick. Judge Dorothy Ken-
yon,Lisa Sergio and Frances Perkins III
For Any Slake\ : t, scheduled to speak.

i mtlAL NOTICE-Read carefully the Instructions! and e CallBARTON'S ee er Among Orlandoans we expectto '
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: You Benefit By Our 25 i Mrs. M. G. Pierson and Mrs. J. .
I i__ I can Captain DarneD or Mr. Bethke i Years Experience : B. HotteL 4
i Next to Colony Theatre The budget works out at about
( phone 2-D761. Exttnsion 1737. i Winter Park 93 : the same amount for theater '
tickets as for round-trip railroad PERSONALIZED"SERVICE
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of Loading Grease Guns!

L *,: .' TO YOUR NEEDS

Available Nowl New Al.mit. Loader Pump., and --:. ,-,..' '
and Push-Type Guns equIppedwith ;- .
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.i.0lv plates run on loader valve and pumps lever Ij'j'' If it'a HEARING ru want <. .. .
.. ....... This permits refilling of runs with-. I wt.>r Mt to** than tile Mat H
eUmlnates need for disb I I',' pr.vid.s nturpMwd.
eat handling anaws .
Marina at all tmo* i. all
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aarmbing guns fer reloading prevents air place CI ar. nwMlMJ; ttraintrc -
b stops waste lubricants remain *. full ten Marina and 2:00 7:30
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*in l tiny unit ie all y uwear. PmDAILY
aria lading equipment prevents contamina- N tun with. tlton : : p.m.
t i tto.. .lubricants by dust dirt or other abrasive' America'* aid.'! finest n unit Marin ,
barrel to beg. pro-
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:other independent and aathoraUT -
laboratory test rear
e .uan_-.* hich .aality and
.falne. .honest representation.

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I I ADay With Brownies, Girl Scouts in Camp i f!I SPRINGS


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f1-- :GIRL; SCOUTS AT ROCK SPRINGS CAMP ton in a songfest offer toper ptonrung- 'W
'Left to right, first row, Ruth Jecn Patton, Rosemary DIxon, Potncw Forehand Jarmette ;
s snyder, Delores Bennett; Laura Elian Grace; second roNlkJry Am Consomi, Sylvia Meadows
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"tr.. ,.. "i. ""Itoriho Suydam, Shirley Stone; third:> row, Margaret Thomas,, Priscrfte Forehand, Betty Sue FARM-HOWE MEfZEftIti.iMi :
# t ,, l GrflL SCOUTS : t._. .._; j** o* K :cy end S M. Sty. c omp. I Y Zattr4 I JaJt Brown tg Ruth Spencer, lodell! Fgquo; fourth row, Betty [Dunn and Mrs.
A Oonna Perel Tom Hcgor, Ga Britt, Jo Ann, Rose Marie Barrett! and Mrs. Glenna Thomas, directors
I r ; y F *-,, C: ana Lc v, Kendro. McA' >''?r, Shrtey Mj '
i#> 'J' ", Ncr../ Lee Rideont, Jo Ann Daand Deonne i: \ ; z;... ..... .... rrAr! .
.. I ., A 1'1 $ t c' cr, I 1,10, Jane' Lore Mis. Norbert Conscmi, Beverly i>tI11 .
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.a ..5 ':k-rv Houser Mrvlr--, e Af dire *TT Mr P M B.hord: ,
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.... ., ..rooks., such '1,yied products as plaques, "' J : I .___ ._.__.__nn____. ___.._____ I than you've ever dreamed' it eeuli. M.
+! ,..- P-v Moan, E aobetH Person Gcfl r,claw: ,: ." "; ,
". it t.';rvi Marie Simmor:, Mi s Opal y 'k .' JUNIOR AIDS PLAN GIRL SCOUT o-r.t ;>'<* nt'Ro* Springs. Aids formerly offended The many -KitcheRaWer" tElot. an with
..te f' 'eld. Can n MJCeruie.j-ne: Pcdrickof .; { < ./ jilt ajrrp r-H g oduo edCv-orco' ,,' -eEe"h' : "Qnd'es Ot' .,,) of a group Left to iI.-ov. : enamel tops, have single' or twill hlnwt.. uErtMa. rand
.. right, s.tang:t, Carol Ccrk: Pot HCT on, B;-bcro B-e\vforv Standing., Helen Lone Betty 1 vegetable spray, MUtekM. .iwsi.. iIcompartments ..g

M.io: ...... __ '\t i Steele Margaret Parfeam. j and plenty of wall Nwtwi. Mlee
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....... Ort to the House of Lords occupied : Group To Protest LeT Davidovich Trotsky's rename ]L i FOR IMMEDIATE DC kYS4r"'Kitchenaider"
M4 4' 'nrr'bf the omeifn at the opening of Summer Spends Winter Here was Bronstein.
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Colonial Dr. PlanTo [ b
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So Yule Creeps Into News! NEPTUNE. ,
.00 KSttWUWTS W5TITUTWHSife : Colonial protest Dr.. plans with: rights-of-wa for wide nfns; OUTBOARD MOTORS- "Kitchenaider" [twin bavfl ftIIUII

.,' ....... '..1"'" !R' saw ISCOMPLE1T YOUR Not to put too fine a point upon it, there are only 150 sought ranging from 90 to 110 feeta 'Rollator" type water pump. Positive -
.,-..1p,t 1 R tS 4K Y T NEWOtVCKSISG shopping days left before Christmas. delegation of property owner- -PLAY cooling.today Can't-PAT overheat.tomorrowWYCKOFF'S
f, **, s '-. .\A..V : CABINETS AND This is topical this weekend because, according to will appear before the City Zonin; -
rera f .. ,, s ,fl ;t.AMIAT( DELIVERYUJWATURE( Webster, the Summer solstice falls "about June 22," and, and Planning Board Tuesday,Gor CLAUDE 11.; WOLPE I
., : _.. don S. Gifford said yesterday. "Where
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as the_. night i follows the day, the Winter solstice falls As spokesman for a group whicl 1 S. KuhJ Ave. Pk. 2S21 19 E. Washington St. _, .
N about uec. a." > -i intends to present a petition he. .. c:
E. H. THOMKON COMPANY It says here in a note from the said that if Bright-of-way wer -
boss that in Florida there is not Fire Truck Going limited to not more than 68 fee t --
Is' t"U I it would be possible to avoid th v
.... tlt Vif to\I'-tHf SftdAUSTS" enough difference In the weather Strong at 32 Years "terrific cost" of a plan said t4
.Ar,119NvIUE notJOA.J8.M on the two dates, unusual meteorological 'have originated-1with the Stat eh<
T W. Sf St 'Hntt-S-39 -5-0489 conditions aside, to shake Thirty-two years old and still I Highway Department, w h 1 c)
would cut through importer
a click at going strong a 1915 Ford ModelT
buildings along the street.
To go him one better, atten- chemical fire truck, owned by
tion may be called to the claim Helntzelman's Inc., makes several t
that Summer spends the Uinter
appearances a year in parades and I
in these parts which would
a I shows here. 'The truck still shines
'iit that for
4 seem to indicate us
"about Dec. 22" would apply to like new" R. N. Bob] HeintzeU fFlfl
t ""P be the Summer solstice. man. local Ford dealer., claims, v
4 "and Is capable of speeds up to _
I. But into every bit of midsummer "
55 miles hour.
.. J"4). n madness some note of culture Originally per purchased new by rn.OIllDIJWIlIUIIPS i4 i- I I t
1 :/(/ tQ1).t / must creep: / the city of Sanford, the truck was 4 I t '
Midsummer Night's Dream a sold after of serviceto '
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the town of Longwood. It was :
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{ Mrs.(" rte.... am Nee clutch kinPPf I in 1600 but perhaps written I transmission and other parts are
..;....j pd aai 34km G Lcosad. before 1598. I'I'I in remarkably good condition, according -
Itttt. ... hss Eilra ..... .. .w. c.. Mgr.P I Which is puttIngvery fine to Heintzelman. It is on SERVING .
:point upon it, indeed. display at 36 W.Livingston Ave. j -V .JACKSONVILLE ti .g. t..
THE# 27 SHERATON HOTELS

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CoaT" LOUNGE h TOTAL EX.CHANGE ".f.\u.te ,
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1 -> ST. AUGUSTUS OIL. GASKETS. FLY WHEEL.GEAR said KAMI"' '''
hw KirMp If needed. SMALL EXTRA COST FOR CLUTCH X3* _
e r Enjoy a cool comfortable vacadoa -fr' .DE LAND REPAIRS. '

0.A 1..llt rates. at special Summer Own Your HomeLet -. ..SANFORDb ONI BAY StXVKE

IIM Smile SUM Double .ORLANDO"
._w 's as build for you in Beautiful I WE REBUILD THESE: ENGINES IN OUR OWN SHOP .....
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overlooking Late Adair, One of f Connecting nth ports,precision machinery and mechanic highly tktti4 kt t>t u1Pay + .
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"Mel "'__A M AIrlines Serving As
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[With Oven Thermostat] 100% O. L Loan or Renter REPAIRS AWAY FROM HOME MAY COST MOB, I II
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'I Taxation who refused to saddle lion iQ. tjtg petal rwaw eMMeta11.e
POLICY: : on 'the people of Florida with unnecesSary :The geaeraftions ... _- taen ke. /
t* Impair aria Cobb Differs A'Hh Caldwell Sees are runniac it pr cwt'ahead tray sk.
Ji.Jjf***'+imjmf eae ..",.I** a Mr ..;. CM ew BW prices on Surplus( new taxes. i t'
1Fmmm w *.. U *.*.,"n ftsad*. LMVTW Awatait and Aluminum ; "We can take the Governor'sewn of but year The oiaUi art w
0MA cent
c* MI rwwtw* gasoline tax to immtm M
figures and in this so-called t million ahead < .
I e bust yevMitf the tilt mate
AiAMC VDrtTIAH BLIND SERVICE "At the end' of the next biennium -.;ing. Rep.TYn Cobb predicted yes- he special election 'which will beheld 'deficit he is including a surplus collection from autos e Hi 11$ :
.,terday some time within the next 90 of $10 million; a second priority tags are runtunc IZta satf. =
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mi m mmm ..... : there will be a surplus instead -
OdaM. tua-wuitcr Park 10 building fund of $10,150,000 (this .
"It is simple arithmetic to see lays, they will effect a consider- ahead of last year so it III utrytr Ma t/Npea'Aar'+"wAsern
I of a deficit" in State finane- |j that there Is ample money comi saving to the taxpayers, and is in addition to the $39 million arithmetic to we that thrrr to =arm.. e. 4I
-- ing in to meet every appropriation -,Grange County's government willIe program that he already has under ample money coating in to Mtevery I c.re a. dill the
," he said in contesting Gov. t a pattern for other counties in wayj. appropriation mat e* ih. sv._ ,,,4 1 CaldwelTs statement that a $35 he; State to follow. Of course we "The school authorities only Legislature and that at the *H
why milion deficit Impends. also passed many local bills for asked for $74 million and I am- of the next biennium their .u. oOUTDOOR. .'"
In an article prepared for The the City of Orlando, County C em- ended the bill placing a limit of ----- j
:Sunday Sentinel-Star the representative missioners, City of Winter I Park $32. million on the appropriation.The .
; said lie school board, etc. Governor used the top
b* : the Governor's "There has been a great deal of figure in his statement rather (JItluHl.Hu.' ...;
'own figures" indicate publicity in the newspapers regarding than the $74 million actually requested .
J that, such : the.Governor's statement by the school authoritiesfor
"rL s. +,u J things as a. 410 of a $35 million deficit. I am proud financing the new education
fttltt million surplus to have been one of the 'no men' program which will providefor 1
(tare included dn >n the Rules Committee and on increased teachers' salaries tHER"1M : s
,"this so called he; Committee on Finance and and new buildings. These figures 1
deficit."
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___ "The 60 day SURPLUS EQUIPMENT SALE
b session of the .. aw .ra
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over and Ifeel wt
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good legislation was enacted. ....
...1... "From a .State-wide viewpointthe I .. ./ ".
most important piece of legis- following' list of equipment, property of OAAB'Branch
Ram lation I was instrumental in en- Exchange Orlando Army Air Base will be sold at open bids on
ONI ua% acting into law is the Utility Labor i Monday 18 June, 1947, at Bldg. T-2003 oft Cheney highway, 1,
: when Aribitration Law. This will guarantee j opposite Flamingo Club through gate 2d building on left] Sale 1
starts at 10 AJH.tPerlick .
citizens of Florida
to the j T :ire1.aaa
that there will be no strikes in =
Handsome styling and exquisite wood grains ere public utilities, such as electricity, Beer Dispensers, 3 bbl storage w/3 draft arms, ::::::= ,ar.
I Y... water transportation or'communi attached hE!!
but outer signs a quality., look inside for the cations."If compressor .. -
I 'InbuUt quality which makes for rich, round this had been In effect dur- 1 Brunswick Beer Dispenser w/2 draft arms and 1 water ye..sa ..
I tenes.feathedouchcontrol.' : filling ing the recent telephone strike dispenser two barrel storage w/compressor. 5' vary ..r.eaa>tQ
f c.* eWR' room < =
the people of Florida would have
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volume. The Lester Betsy Ross Spinet is the result of suffered no inconvenience or loss 1 Prrlick Beer Storage Box. 3 barrel capacity. ----..

year of piano building experience.7159 years of- due to the strike the employes'' 1 60 x 28 Electric Drink Box w/fan type blower. .-' I IJ
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N .s II"I.. building finer pianosl See"this magnificent Spinet' would every have week received and would their also paychecks 166 x 31} Perlick Drink and Barrel Beer Storage Box. t .,y-.,.L..y tttl.' w.-

...you'll not be satisfied with,any.other/ have received their raises when a i i :
satisfactory settlement was reached 1 Ice Storage Drink Box-Progress, 72 x 30. MAKE OCR CONTROL OT TO* WMf..f
and the company would have'I SLIGHT TERN FROM IM M t AMItf* I*aa I "
1 72 x 90 Ice Storage Box Progress,w/4 top sliding doors.
been able to carry: on its busi- WILL NOT RATTLE: MAM '
ness without interruption.I I: 1 96 x 19 double sink work tables w/cocktall and ice
LEsTEiJg "Another needed law, which I I;' set up stainless steeL Burglar Proof KmltMC Pm4 _.
", introduced, will prohibit the State
; cI Road Department from blockingall 1 120 x 18 double sink stainless steel work tables. Keep Out Kiln .*. S-U4 ta .i* *
roads into a community and .
not providing proper detours for; 1 180 x 23 Counter w/foot rest. fight maple, i MAKE YOUR PORCH A All" J j
the traveling public. This past 1
1 290 x 18 light maple color.
Winter due to road repair and Counter. .
.. .... F.HAFor sl eaed
,., .. construction and the State Road f>...e lR.M.ie llfl/
I { remly Department not providing detours I Equipment: will be sold, as is. to highest bidder. Payment
!! : many towns on the East Coast' must be made in cash or cretifled hec It. Loading and hauling .. .
J/IA were isolated at the height of the expenses will be borne by purchaser. Proof of honorable discharge STANLEY W. LITTLE ...... c..a .. .

)' tourist season. I as a veteran of World War II must be presented to show I >t c. ?fee stOrUnd .... -
i : down. "There were two other bills in eligibility to purchase. All sales will be finaL 2.US7 ... .. _
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which I was very much interestedand

I :', : :,/ helped pass through the "'
balance on House; one being the Community i
4'I property law. which 'would have \
permitted a husband and wife to
I Zr ,. : easy terms'IttBMI divide their income tax equally I '
: the other being the Perry Murray i
I plan for revising our outmoded FORD TRUCKS LAST LONGER I
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I -- Constitution. Both of these bills i
were killed In the Senate. J

"Millie the Legislature did not 1
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LARGEST RADIO AND APPLIANCE STORES pass a water control bill it did '
REGISTRATIONS OPERATORS KNOW IT!
I\ appropriate $150,000 to be used SHOW IT! 1..

I j to make a comprehensive study
of the situation and make a report I
to the 1919 Legislature, 1 1I
when it is hoped a satisfactory b ,
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TAMiA tAxttusuMU water control bill can be worked 1 _J
,+oo sr rfTt3ARA50TA Gut I ,i, ,
AUAW "From a local angle I feel that !
the Orange County Consolidationbills I
are of paramount importance 1
to all of our people and if these I '
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y ng11ll 1111 I I IJIII June Orlando.16-IS-Annual Ceiwnlto f..... T l11 --

yeellerh La
WaUrmeten "
. Covers Central I Florida June la-Florida
Interests .
Agricultural Like the Chicken of TomonwJuly Cs
: 1 .. __ I June 1 :.
Dairy Indeetry Ala. II tar ...osM
j 1*?t 21 b' nhafl &rnitnrl-&tar Oi rlando, Florida! June 15, 1947 I July 9-11-FIortda 19-Brahfnan Cattle Ste. Aroer>1
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County LeadsIn Aug. 21-West Florida Dakf _
Ani. 25-29-Citrus Orewen Ise..... trtgtrte

--,.: Labor Routing Grapefruit \ Sept.Sept. 1-5 18--Florida Annual AieoetoWen Poultry I 1MNtde.ffTiscn. SW drsrrw 1Ir4..49.t_ -., ... f.


i V t Tree Numbers i 18-2O-8WD&er. Ocala.Sept Gusty MIn ttto .r1< ..)... ......,

Set Oct. 19-Second Florida A*...../uA. JILl.-.* lilt es,..
Hearings (Orange County ranks 13th In Oct. 22-24-Fat Hoc Shew M tale. Orate
the nation"among the 50 leading Oct. 28-30-Annual ileeUnt PloriM' ..Ms -1. ..r v ..
[I Congressional committee hear- grapefruit growing counties the St. Petersburc.l'W.f' .
U S. Department of Commerce reported -
ings on proposed national domestic 9L1 yesterday.
farm labor routing legislation will if Ranking seventh in Florida
open in Washington tomorrow x al I
Orange was listed after Polk PI-
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!Mgr. LaMonte Graw of the Florida Indian River
nellas. St. Locie
4, T k- | Vegetable Committee said yes- f
Lake and Highland The agriculture -
terday. census of 1945 showedthe FREE DEMONSTRATIONWffVltUI I I '

The House Agricultural Com- county had 250,831 grapefruit ,
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mittee will hold hearings on UK {recs. (
3367 tomorrow followed by a Polk was second in the United 1 :'::' -' : : .; f flr
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Senate hearing on S 1331 on States with 1,589362 trees. PI- t .
Tuesday. nellas ranked fifth with 466,755. 1
Dixon Pearce of Miami chair- St. Lucie sixth with 421,902 Indian -
man of the FVCTs labor com- River seventh with 408037. : ( Jei
4L.r'r tee will represent Florida growersat Lake eighth with 361,256 and lr sEEwMjyN .
Highlands 10th with 297,761.
-w wl.w.. I the hearings. Graw plans to goo Thirty Florida counties were t. ':. .- .
Washington to confer on the '.
t among the top 50 in the U. S., reporting .
labor ;
routing program. < ;
The legislation relates to enact- This 5,194.730 99 9/10 trees of all cent ages.of ,. ......"., .. ', ... ...;
was per < AWll .
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"BETTER SEE PITTMANluPittmon ment of domestic labor routing and Florida's grapefruit trees and 49 ". .:X .. :". .. I
recruiting and the transfer ';:,
of permanent programs housing facilities per cent of the nation's. : .. .::.. .4 .' ;. j
on Nan equitable basis" to Others In Central Florida were :: : :
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Brevard 14th with 243,756; Vol- 'AIM
local Graw
has the lumber grower groups. ex-
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dry framing, ilained. GOV. MILLARD F. CALDWELL signs and presents"June Dairy,}uste. 19th with 95,461; Seminole, .,.,. .w..ISSs
si.ethiag you need for repairing, remodeling Permanent farm labor housing Month" Proclamation to Committee of Florida Dairy Industry I 27th with 44.623; Osceola. 28th ; .
i with 44,149. Marion. 34th with ..
1 tr building. Call 2-3103 or stop in and Dade facilities Palm in Florida Beach are and located Broward in Assn. Receiving the proclamatiQn from Gov. Caldwell as 32,037; and Sumter. 40th" with 7.- ; F
Counties. II chairman of the committee, is Commr. of Agriculture Nathan 134. .. .. i '
discuss your building needs with us soon. Mayo-Others of the dairy industry committee receiving the I

Wt'rt okays glad to be of service. Grape Growers Set proclamation are from left to right, Joel Potter, dairyman and Apiary Inspectors ,
member of the State Legislature from Chipley and E. T. Lay, i
Added StateAgricultural
Annual Leesburg manager, Florida Dairy Industry Assn. to !

Meeting July 1515peH AGRICULTURAL NOTEBOOK'Mystery7 Staff i
Two inspectors have been addedto
1I f to The Sunday Sf-t '-S'arlLEESBURG I the staff of the State Depart-
liif'L -Annual convention ment of Agriculture to work with
: of the Florida Grape Growers I Citrus. Florida's expanding beekeeping industry y--,
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Assn., will be held here July Robert E. Foster State
15. I II apiary inspector from Gainesville .7 .. IlL, T-_ l" ,
The convention will open at I I told a meeting of the Central _
10 a.m. with a grape show. At Florida Beekeepers Assn. '
noon growers will have lunch Condition Spreads Foster explained details of the
-- with the KIwanis club at the recreation new bee disease law adopted by s
center and during the DICK COOPERThe the Legislature as it affects both I -
By
E :;Ti afternoon others will grape speak.growers and [ Soodoy Sentinel-Star Agricultural Editor] Floridian beekeepers.and Northern migratory
AREN'T ALARMED about it but "mysteri- r
.1 GROWERS a The State inspector also described -
: Dairy Industry condition has developed in Central Florida the duties of the new Bee- E
which is serious enough to merit research attention both keeper Extensiomst to be appointed i
Association Plans from the U. S. Department of Agriculture and the State Extension .to aid in forming new associations ...
assist hew apiarists and
Service. It is iron ,
apparently an deficiency work with a school educational
Iii DEMING J July ConventionAnnual which affects tree foilage resulting in light colored and mottled program.

meeting of the Florida leaves. Scientists say that out West the condition is induced by a I Thirty-five, beekeepers attendedthe i
i Dairy Industry Assn. will be held I high PH soil: factor which ties up lime . But in Central Florida the meeting, which will be held
July 9-11 at Miami Beach Sec. PH is even below neutral and ordinary iron sulphate treatments have the second Monday night of every
WATER E.1: T. Lay of Jacksonville re- proven unsatisfactory It is unknown whether or not the iron is month in the Orange County
e, wrted. available to the citrus trees which causes the deficiency,nor if the ironis Court House.
I The association is scheduling a tied up in the soil or the plant itself Resulting in decreased I
r rip: to Cuba by boat or air, tearing production in advanced stages the condition apparently is spreading
F e L SYSTEMS Miami July 11 for the week- throughout the citrus belt. WELLS DRILLEDAnywhere
nd.! I
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1 4 r I I SOME VEGETABLE ECONOMISTS expect an increase in celery 1 1I In Here is your chance to late how r : "'J';
Cleaning up fire hazards is a
_ toad form of life Insurance. Some i next Winter Because of adverse weather con- FLORIDAANY up work and save motley wnfc :f, I ,.J t 'r
3,500: farm residents in the United I
$ States are killed by fire each year. expected I You hare beard plttujr JNMH r'*.. 'n ... tw
l't acreage on expectation more profits next Fall . The SIZE .
done for others; now m wtot M etff. if, ..... pure
and up0LW Florida Mango Forum an organization composed of persons interested -
In mango production will hold' its first annual meetingand ANY DEPTII Just name the work ftw ate ...., ... .. t.

. exhibit in Hollywood in*July.* FOR HOME show you how the 'Jeep J...e.-..... ... .... .....

E EP JUST AS A "come-on" to its annual convention in Orlando Monday RANCHOR or in ymr business. Call claw ... hall itlr e _
Pocket Knives wood <* through Wednesday the Florida Vegetable Committee cites these GROVE
-I LIGHT Preservative crop facts ? Labor fot the 1947 season is expected to cost an demonstration.

1 See$1 oar I.DU Display tin |I I 95c gallon average of $5.50 a day as compared with $1.60 in 1940. .The State's We Guarantee ," ." .:t.<.,/. < ;: =,. "","' _' _'- -, .'
cucumber last "
crop season was 1.444.000 bushels with an FOB valueof -
PLANTS 5377000. ,. Cantaloupes are Florida's baby crop from point of Water or No 1.0. U. lIDJ' fin fID ; ,
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Garage production, with a year's production; at 20,000 crates for.a producer Pay
r -e- Operator in Action at value of 57000.) Lima bean production in Florida approximatesan
Our Yard annual 468.000 bushel yield with a grower value of $1 6/10 million. We will gladly I
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; NKXMKT STOPS the past year was approximately 1 t. million tons with an FOB valueof FREEEsUmatn
Stainless Steel Paint Brushes '
t $110 million. 1
House Numbers I l lOc to $30 .*
S RUSTY WATER 15c each 36 Monthsto
*Ki Redaction f\\E OF CITRUS Florida's leading newspapers will acquire a new Pay MOTORS' INC
editor within several weeks when Sam Womack, ,
Bruce floor Cleaner youthful protege of Editor Harris Sims takes our the desk at the LIBBY & FREEMAN I
: FAMUNOMEMACH.GO. Lakeland Ledger . From Womack's personal record of conscientious : 892 NO. ORANGE AVE. OHUIIM' .....
t I: $1.75 Gallon e achievement in newspaper work the Ledger may be expected 711 W. Church St. TeL 9869

continue. its fair impartial reporting of the citrus scene... I ,
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The industry has been fortunate in the newspaper personnel who
1 have endeavored sincerely to record its affairs correctly and in the I I
1p .. Front Door Sets $7.00'up light of public interest. .. Veterans like N.F. Lavigne, the Ledger's I MULTI PUlfOSEPREFABRICATED

+ Inside Lock Sets $1.50 up citrus reporter, and Carroll Teeter of the Winter Haven News and I
I" i ccmparative newcomers like Homer Hooks of the Tampa Tribune ,
9-._ Cabinet Hardware.. Good are examples....In return citrus men have given them outstanding
r t; I Stock. co-operation which has benefited both the public and the industry. BUILDMGS,




i 3E E i WWr* I PMPI p' W .$99.50 Exniust &FansMlachandvp up I $5.50 Pick Medicine Cabinets one to out$26. \I GROVE OWNERS- I 1 .: ALL STEEL Army Surp.sGARAGES


rout RENT FLOOR SANDEREDGERPOLISHER !
MAKE MORE MONEY

1111. GDOKAN I BUILDINGS!

WITH CITRUS CROPS !

\i t FROM IRRIGATED GROVES i ...; :: .1

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Iid o IRRIGATION yields Higher returns because I ..

jt increases the production per acre improves ,
-t I the quality of your fruit insures your: crops I II
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I Get Our Rates I money into your pockets. It pays to irrigate.' I

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IRRIGATION -the continuous de- '
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3 ALUMINIZED[ Boor PRESERVERAdd : velopment and normal growth of your trees. PRICE DELIVERED
e years to 111* of your root. I It helps to produce full bloom at the proper

Ji PAINT $3.75 Gallon time and to hold it on the tree. It also helpsto '

set the fruit and to bring on early maturity
I i i Screta GrUli Doer Roll Roofing and better fruitsises.IRRIGATION, i $49700 SIZE T6&i\

1. ,..that's" why it's alwayseonomlcol I Variety Designs of I Roof Plastic Coating Cement DELIVERED PItett

Large Stock Heavy galvanized steel treated for painting.Fire .
$2.25 to $26
1, to select the On Hand EQUIPMENT resistant, only steel used in entire build*
ing. Easily erected. INo skilled labor required. $495"SIZE
OVERHEAD GARAGE .]
161 tMfJ you can purchase
3r i DOORS PIPE PUMPS ENGINESENGINEERING j i Suitable for garages, temporary homes, IdlCDELIVEUO I
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..*.*._*> ..tI..l-tr tfc**:_Uajtarf praam State* com with as their nearly tested perfect 96 per as cent any : Plan Meeting Florida, June 15 i 1947. aljf mtbatT! .&r ,*Ni-lir fctt B I

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1a settMla:1 e1au1 M ........ I [Specipl: to The Sun&qy Sen'Tel-Stsr] .' CITRUS NOTESStateCitrus
-scow ttstltt..m elit/e etM so ,...,.i. : DAYTONA BEACH-The 19th Slight RiseIn Land' Prices
> ....541 ... rani. { out in Sanford at the annual State convention Florida
w1e fro atstl Mao sor>rrreew ; Southern Chemicals and is eupervteed Shows Slated
ew ... { Association, Future Farmers of Grapefruit TritTo
w r Lett. abfI tap by Bill Thome of Lake '
r row .. unto i America will be held at Daytona t t
I Mary: Stutzman said.
ttaN .fit bat whit hit I Beach Monday through Fr1d y.1 I: Leveling Off
"All dusting is in charge of 6/ AL CODY Prices Seen.
eI.4t Mlitwttb. iJehnny Gardner, my father is in Harry E. Wood State supervisorof j,i: [Our 0-i Correspondent]
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.matfn. *ipp4isr it* u and I|charge of the inspection and pack- vocational' agriculture said yes- KISSHIMEE-Bucking broncs Grapefruit prices may advance I While current Florida farm Appraise Tsiii I
twi tt.ptln.r I tot and E. M Rice of receivingand terday. and broken bones-aU in the tra- '
slightly at the end of the ,
It season grove and ranch land prices are 11
Delegates and other visitors will
shipping and general busi- I dition of Florida 400 year old I
... --- ... tMt he tall.e I register 'Monday afternoon at ,,cattle industry-Will be the orderof but returns growers will receivein i per cent higher than a year ago ay .MUWJJCTD -T >
rw t..... Mwi., of I ineaaAll these men are equally responsible headquarters in the old Welch the day on July 4, with no less June and July are expected to there are indications that the "V C-. -.. ;...... .
.*.. "tl A. .* .'".' J'K' 30 can i I with myself with the Hospital location. The first gen- than five rodeos planned in as 'average a little lower than last I peak is being reached, Exec. Sec. HAVKX-Jferee pr.eabte 1 li ,'.. 3 1
4f mm IMli ana from the splendid of this great eral assembly is scheduled for Florida cities that boll' Floyd M. Call of the Florida Bank t
success crop many on I season the U. S. Bureau of Agricultural I route. right now. ti 1"tras ... .
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aa -- 1 ** atetNa i i., Florida corn." Monday night, day and another one scheduled a .; 1 ers Assn. reported yesterday.This .
the situation and .
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.. .... w.s* saeaN I' Dr. Colin English. State Super- week later. Economics reported. over appretMIncluded bw Baas
... ... Though he has planted Carmel intendent of Public Instruction' The broken bones are purely I, This is attributed to existence of compared'with; the U. S. In the arty t. M r P.ss
.... ... ...s.. ..... sere ftttt and loana strains of corn Dr. H. Harold Hume provost for InddentaLto; the main program i larger supplies to be marketed average increase of 12 per cent charge oC canning for Fbondagebd f ,* <<
it Is his pinion that the best and was the lowest in the South-
ssel Mastlsd. a.. raaasi telbw'sat kW Golden agriculture at the University of at rodeos:but since this program I than at this time last year. Sup east. Alfred or.- ....... .....-41> -
et $0 M N.wares > was produced by Florida and William H. Morgan plies of and to
grapefruit
consists of such rugged oranges
(.. All of this corn planted I Uon manager for Uw mew ',IK ;
Of tee ssEeI1t Jr. second vice president Future ; sports as steer wrestling, calf ; marketed are about one third Florida also trailed all Southern' [
E. lit.... bee NS kr" the Stutimans was during Farmers of America will be featured roping and the riding of broncs larger nationally] than in 1946.. States except Texas In the percentage and John M Kueer. Mad of ..a.r Lak.OI
... I ads the ba.o the frrtte and adverse conditions speakers. rise in land prices from Citrus Pulp C*.. are at Uk Al
and untamed Brahman bulls I
tJi i. be declared followed it Doyle Conner of Starke is presi- broken bone is not considered a II Prices for deciduous tree March 1939 to March. 1947. with fred. They war Maa* btaneB tf- ;
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.+.n ....14 teas trMusaM clear through from planting to dent of the Florida association. 'nnnsuaL fruits probably will average 73 per cent Increase. Texas had a': in McAUen aa* leaeir t* at s b II tIIIIt aeons aryltart. harvesting.One I I All scheduled nearly as high as in June and 70 per cent climb while the U. S. about two neilu.. flenaeiiHii to
rr wtttua ttutq feature believed to have had Rabbit for rodeos these here events in Kisslmmee.are in''I, July of 1916 because movementsof average increase'was 89 per cent. 'an affiMele la Ttaee-leaweaM ToB.L''
...s es'. P'aakd, I a major part in so splendid a bars Co-op Plant Arcadia in Plant: City Live Oak ,i new 1947 crops during those i I "While current farm land prices: \I Ii Citrus Carp,
__ .. .... began months are likely to be smaller the! epnKua
s vest of this beautiful corn is that and Davie on Independence .DaY..ione i lena are higher continuing ,i
.. Ilk MMU site.t girl corn" on muck land grows so fast i Lists New Hours week later in connection {! than last year the BAE add- trendwhich has been constant'since Pip aoeiALTt eA uxweek .
i ed. (i' there Indications) v 1. Ut "
1940 are Cbarte trrteat l
ii M sturdy that worms have little with the annual meeting and bar- f
........ tlathd thai opportunity to make any inroads : For Operations ,becue at the Co-operative Market'in ,. Strawberry prices at shipping ,that the peak is being reached." i the Chteeae PniH' Auruea Cfc -solo .
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Ms. .. et Iwttet day into tL 'i Odis Cowart is ,points and terminal wholesale Call quoted the May issue of'I and a rMtatnt ef lUavaey> <. 1541 faCara' '
Webster
ft.betM best tsII.. .1a.slts It to believed superior to any i A. new. schedule of operations ducing his second rodeo in the pro-line |markets this Spring were approximately Banking published by the American happy to the wtaa* city 'I.t.
-- Tb1 ... wroth tas done sandland corn which has been !for the Florida Rabbit Producers arena owned by the market.At the same as a year earlier. Bankers Assn. I now-he bee tend a eoppty fII ., l
eeUrs ....... leai erMetnthew i given careful oil treatment. It has i Co-op plant at the Central Flor Kissimmee;afternoon per- Little change is expected in | "Farm grove and ranch land 1 1I his fftvertte 'Tiyu! .... C'lAla .pal! .4f'i'! rrr.
J- IK. ttlae... Atlas also been found that sandland 'ida Livestock Exposition has been formances are planned on Friday prices to growers for sweet cherries ,I sales are leveling off in nnm- : [Inowtvoferlf eealil w Iasru7 WI...taw iaw
'fie 1!corn' does not respond to the same I -. and Saturday July 4 and I I apricots plums and peaches.But | bet but prices are high when have to depearffea I..... .r Nor. s r.1
dusting treatment as can be givento put 'into effect by Mgr. V. Gardner -5, under auspices of the Silver : prices on remaining stocks of I| sales are-made." I ida to send thess la ate Rats. ;::. v::: "

.... *btp.d ht1I .. muckland corn: though research I following the first four weeks : Spurs Riding Club 'which has : 1946 crop apples are expected to !1 One of the major differences erty> Citrus 0rwIn ClH'ltfe..w f...sne ases r C T
Jtrs.. eaaet.$ u.r.qll1 is still underway_on ,this 'of activities produced an annual rodeo for !remain considerably below returns I between the present situation and :at Wavwty !btaa tt.... Awl pM. ,...... .
core < of year.DOT that following World War I is the :tag on....... r i glw is .
buwglrg aM baa lato : The plant will receive rabbits for several years. Location will be : last ,,.e-1 s.era
:....... .p.r tit. Call. r Father and son Stutzman will butchering the Spun arena about two miles I continued high demand andhigh place a firm ... III I... .. taewtqe I
be leaving Florida soon for their on Monday from 1 to. I price levels for agricultural products -; refrigeratorchines tal'' Mtreairs era-
.... M.,bit IM odd. east of Kissimmee on the Old _..
... farms In Ohio where they will ..5 pjg}, Tuesday! from 7.30: aon.to St. Cloud Rd.Arcadia's ; I; he said Americans win have wbJck awe ........ war" t "d .
..heroS ttee.. art' ores fttt arc*. by takrn baskets.haMM into. work on through the Summer. 5'30: tm,. Wednesday from All-Florida Championship t Dust Stops I\ an active demand to satisfy overseas :Frank Reillyaf WIMIr ...... .nth ., FIIp'at
needs for much of 1947, and
planting and harvesting their 7:30 l ,one due rt bs .... .M.IMr ssuw
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Wauw"- II .. by art resrneds : ajn. to 12 for receiving rab- rodeo produced as usual by; I r
,'..... .. .. rU.rm and 1 i Northern crops and will return to bits and from 1 to 5 pm. for Mgr: Billy Welles of the AllFlorida I'continue[indications strong are well that in exports 1948. may I!Sept 1. .. Jew 1iM11L Rev.rhgeneral
Florida in the Winter in time to : other operations, Friday from 1 to Saddle will feature the 'I wperlabrM-. 1 >diu5t
eneS wtOi (tya*te jaeuvatoM Club remain Her ; u iCk.cst
to
"Prices expected ,
I are
w Uw few en a try to beat their record for corn I. 5 pjn. and,Saturday from 8 am. usual quadrille selection of senior i Field Pea Bugs reasonably favorable throughout 'I the eIOt.-- acrd. _Are aar 91"

.eaw p. bsM abeaut JO Sect rowing during this season. to 12 and from 1 to 5 pm. ,and junior queens. Quarter Horse .the next crop season although a dosed the five-flew sisal I'u ( t$4* if
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!II. nett wit of width standl1 1 1I During the remainder of the ;racing as veil as the regular rodeo large output or decrease in foreign "No cueMnejjf it the only nrplp
; Fertilizer Advised week Gardner will make debvenes ;events and wild cow milking with Spec ol' to The Sunday Serf*' S"orJ demand would bring abouta to QueeUeae eo Detttteal. leaannai .
Winger ...... .
:, ta Rammed in I t : {1f' s'' T+p S"rjn. Sony;neI tarl and take orders from retail out- total purses of $1,530 for the three BRADENTON-Dr. C. D. Kel- lower level of prices to agriculture I put .to Mate amator T 1.1
Harry C: Ktn
ftip at cab for wormsotairs TAVARES Application of lets.Gardner : day affair July 4. 5, and 6. ,.sheimer entomogolist stationed : ." Call added. Lawyer <.> ,
:: lit TtieM ears fr.. 4M to (00 pounds of said the State Board of i Shows win begin at .2 pm. each "Another favorable factor In the|I II was cheaiann of Swcuue < .ulu tit ts.neaw.tt -
with the Vegetable Crops Laboratory .
it II ..... to Jw* and ...... '.'.5. or C-C-6 fertilizer Health inspectors have expressed'day at the Arcadia arena. that duringthe I present situation is the low farm committee fHner am nag teLakeland. AThi "\
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Mi ... ftM Meet with per acre will stimulate thegrowth .satisfaction sanitary. conditionsat I Live Oak's affair scheduled for past here two reported years he has obtained I grove and ranch mortgage' debt ) demo. Couruwy nf Peed Canfattt giraa I atoor ry- hw- it f .
1 oteg tht lIP toe of theIW of improved pasture I II the new plant. I one performance on the afternoonof effective control of the i The downward trend in mortgages -
...- I grasses and Improve the composition July 4, is being directed by Bob pea which continued over 20 linda a little taae t1at1 IattiMw-_ eseevsanr- : rabtc"etlf
weevil in field peas plantings by road problems a to I_
of the herbage.I'NVESTIGATE. Chicken Co Holmes and is sponsored the low of $5 billionon lag a
tbtitetee .hrmkI was j test;Set DDTat years reached a
j' dusting with three ,per cent of the Slat Roar Baaid RMb .m r +Uwit
---- --- --- [Sect ".: to The Sent nel Star Rodeo Association of Suwannee Jan. 1, 1946. Since that time .
Sunday ] the rate of 30 pounds per acre. : and the announrrm''nl hf Tow Was river t i F ittitre
County.'At reversed
Claude Tindall been
Davie the trend has
JACKSONVILLE The State Only one application of the dust that he would be a aMrtMtet* tar 1n e .
ofPompano is again directing the Ion June 30, 1946, the farm mort-
Chicken-of-Tomorrow contest will was made and this was applied Governor neat ,.... e>1rtM hnsrs eat i.r e
rodeo which will be held at the debt was $80 million more
be held here June 19,. ChairmanN. I just after the peak of full bloom I gage is .are antMpatuai a tbsNial Y- ee Fir eel
this- approximately
R. Mehrhoff said yesterday.A Davie arena.; and about the time the first pods I "However, nouncement aajr aayMcCmrty Ms OM. tar sew isslriwa.
is offered one-half of the debt burden carried -
New Hampshire owned by Ar- $600 in prize money being were about two inches long. Port ...... ('
American farmers at the
trur Spaulding Sr, of by Odis Cowart at Websteron by .
DeLand. -- --fIiI-- -
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attraction expected to be the bronc i will be in the evening under

I riding. Cowart is importing a carload : floodlights with performances DeSoto Farmers Showing "
5 Poultrymen Organize of bucking horses from WyO- beginning at 8 pjn. ..
(Spec ai r to The? Sondo Ser oe'-Star! ming which hould, provide plenty''' Plant City's rodeo sponsored by More Interest in Trees Special D.; ..

K EI E SEFFNER-John Cressler of S. of spills for 'the Florida cowboys the Hillsborough County Cattle- ARCADIA-Interest in timber :
I Seffner la president of the recently who will participate. Oscar Clem- men's Assa. will be held In the I i production and conservation is
organized West Coast Poultry ,I''ons of Kissimmee will be arena director -
associations arena north of Plant I growing steadily in DeSoto Count, .
9s.! ,i i1rr Producers Assn. Members Joining I. with Jim Day of Ft. Worth City on the ZephyrhlUs Rd. Per- I according to County Agent W. UI "MONDAY .
I the association were from Hills-i'Tex, and Hubert Cowart of ,BeVllle formances are planned on both ,I Woods. : .

borough Pasco Hemando Polk I selected as judges. July 4 and July 5, and events will ,.. Cattlemen, especially: are showing And I
and Pinellas Counties. AU three shows at Webster .
,
I include the annual calf scramblein '' increased interest in timber. i
which Hillsborough County I''I. Farmers are setting off blocksof x

I i boys attempt to catch and drag .. young pine seedlings which they TUESDAYJune
Builders Coftk&ctors Home-Owners j across the finish line range calves i plan to protect and foster for tim 0
donated b7-cattlemen. ber. Mr. Woods reports.
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STERLING ALUMINUM EiNID 1 I In Shipments of Orange Bags Free Gift f'

: [Scec;ol to The irdcy Sen','Ie-S'rJ'! :: Bottle ef'
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: five 8-lb bags of oranges the Safeway!f Stores, Inc., recently I ToxolinudSpray srM' tatseM

WINDOWS ran a test shipment of orang I es: from John S. Barnes, Inca I Ir i

DOUBLE Highland City, Fla., to their Jersey r City Stores.

Tw6 cars, pre-cooled and l[ iced en route, were used in
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Ta aatf <
the shipment. Each car contained Before year v *r rues mwl awe a rrrw
M M to .UlaItt) steel I weather stripped throughout that .' bruce boxes as a bottom layer, and 'revealed that store managers favored cconomitaloFdfaary ed t....,. .tstttMrmn s --n ..

w4i Btvtr need to be painted. They are simple to Intoft. I 700 mesh balers. 'I the use of the master con- were rarer .* ........+t tnm1nera. 4.

Ne UPKEEP COSTS EVER. There was less than one percent :tainers for future shipments since j Yon71 are to .....-...A ,
FILL decay in the shipment and they reduced the time spent In.. enamel bswb wt __. 3
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IVSRY STERLING ALUMINUM WINDOW bears the -. 1r. 1- ,. all fruit arrived in excellent eonI handling and counting: the bags. .. '
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SCAl Of THE ALUMINUM WINDOW MANUFAC- .' or bathtoxn waft,ma ela.f.wla sslr
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>THRCBS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA and PITTS- ... ;" ;'<<' :';i": clear of good quality and uniform :i Citrus Classification get reseslls*' t1. swags.... .. ttaAlh.LtSY .

MfBSH TESTING LABORATORY for tests on MATERIAL .. appearance., ;I Authority Visits LabDr. TO ArrLT-N) HftII _
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CONSTRUCTION. STRENGTH OF SEC- Officials of the Safeway Stores : Walter T. Swingle, leading ....

STTTTTT oNS. AND AIR INFILTRATION. .. were enthusiastic about the mesh I I authority on botanical classification .
baler. Most important factor In ,
of citrus visited the U. S 1
their opinion was the saving in la- ; laboratory i
DEMAND Sterling Windows Are Better: E Ei i bo* whichresulted.. 'I Bureau In of Orlando Plant this Industry week. Dr. F.- .
Cars were unloaded. less han :
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t SALE E. Gardner reported yesterday.
t 1 E \, Ink .4e* vrarutctd. to firs 'terrici: fOR half the usual time and additional Dr. Swingle with the Bureau of I I It

,.. : savings were realized in loading Plant>> Indusrty before_his retire- i t
delivery trucks, as well as in unloading
IUT 1 W4 Mt stick. { of the early workers i
ment.was one W N. Orcmqa Ava .... _
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IN 1, W4 Mtr .fe.k. '\ retail stores. j visited here from. Washington.
s. Ceatt -.. Other advantages of the balers 1 i --- -- - --- -
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L N.ettrt to let Mt ef order. from the open-mesh bags IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE Dt.I'I'IIY!
i which are not tied securely; free j j
t. tie .wvt, "' fvcUwg, 10 shrinking, RO circulation of the cooler air is I

1 DO 10. .Ntmtwt.Crtt-.... Have'you"'aJow'-I! lot{fou want filled? : :f permitted.,and counting thus preventing the number decay of FWD Trucks i J...., 1tI

NOTCOST It t.., fWiItt costs. -t. -\. i. bags is made easier,reducing the
12. le MId viw of yew ..ildi",. possibility of errors on the partof (1-" ..
It. jaded ly tip.nt.ci .f tile oldest alumaiam4ew ." ;: jWe'will.fill / the checkers. I Gallon Dump Bodies
i tM fotvrer w the cwiatry.SMI A check: : of the retail stores who I
I44ORE 14. ..JoWf for .B sires andgrade.: it at.very low, cost to,you. received the oranges in the balers ,
tt 'elM ..4t.s, toner' windows, Uy wiadowi; a : Barco Hammers It... Cj''=

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tt 30 Ttlr C- ntinrl-&tar Florida June 15 ,1947
unbaut r : Scout Executive Reports
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.' I For Duty-in. Orlando Tomorrow

y 31' e 1 Ernest C. Hogan Jr.. new Scout etsecutty. d .... 1a ,

I IN Ii tral Florida Boy Scout.Councll. wit tiit Ms'. ..., ..l ..

t G. Thp'mas, council ptaM."&. actJJ J H eN0'e.e. .
.r t i tomorrow, Lacy a. K ** *** 4*
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yesterday., He was appointed', last' month to fill. ._ ,..ai t .M, *.i"S.. -. + +s s' *1w *. a0 k ..

vacant by the resignation of Harold - [ V. Pace who left Orlando after children a davehteft Ib 104. -"-
+ [nine years service to become Scout -i,,! .... 1. ,
y a executive of the Tidewater Council !: SerrtM the .MNl .. *.... '
Norfolk. Va. will be81tIItt FMM fc.MHI. ..i **. L EJL'-: -\
+ Hogan, 33, was born in Atlanta. a..n-. INeiM ... .
in 1922 and since: '. MIl ben ... ,, ...
moved to Florida JamM A. biter auu a. *" s
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has lived Scout wntv*
uicu; ui acting ..
;; Miami, St. Pe- Pace dep.rtura for ...... 1_'t .tut r Mf4rer t, '.
j tersburg, Clear- 1 I -
rater, Gainesville 0 I The death rate IIINt t'ru'ed
and Jack : .: SUM rMehH a rr... 16. *. ttlP
-11Ii sonville, where t first few nMfMta of INT.
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a for the .last three .
' rears he has" ,
,_ been assistant ,' NOW OPEN
+ N y v
f?k \ M A A Scout executiveof fit* W H* ktod ( HM4PIZZERIA '
I rxra the North r
Florida CounciL
He Joined the JJ Julia. !*.... .M ,...*. Pwt ,
k Boy Scouts in
1925, achievingine SUNSHINE PATIO I
; : rank 01- --- ... T., Par..a... ..... M .1 fWAt ?*
Eagle Scout In II.rn tF+ ..d, _
1934 he was made a scoutmasterand \ p.1 t : Elide .T* .*:- i
.' in 1938t a. Sea Scout skipper "..A. ,. L'.fiVt: :
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He held for two year council I'UU' 5.4 NM 'f....., Pt' .e.s..d
flagship and regional. flotilla to take OM .
i ibv. aua: MeD wt1R PseR r4IOre.
; a tints. 10d411I..N .........,
rrS He attended the 78th National
Training School for Scout Executives -
and became field executiveof
'+ Florida Council onMarch
the North
tZ 7 f 15, 1942. He was made
assistant executive in January
u
# i sy
M 1945.
Hogan a member of the Methodist TONIGHT
church. served on the boardof
t
% > r stewards In Clearwater and "EARL CARROLL'S SXITfii"CARTOON"tAUlf
i Gainesville* and has been lay minister
I kr.yi at the :Murray Hill Methodist i.a.t.ate liens. N h.... ,I
Church Jacksonville. He has WIlY .*tPint

also been a member of the Ki- ..... t tt .'... .. + ;
k wanis Club in Clearwater and ......,.. .... 1..... b Ca.. ,........d r -

r : e ( S .J 9' Jacksonville.He is married and has awe
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See us forComprehensive JAY MILLERS OftCH hUT NfTf

.. __ ,, .# Personal >. Cater *r Mtar.lerla ....... wan ..
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-- =-- - Liability PHONE 5910 II1J 11"an
SlUOO for 510.90
THE GALLUP POLLDemocratic !\, Republican voters F also ex- $30.000 for $1550
j'; eded unfavorable by a wide $100.000 for |14.00
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: HEADQUARTERS Voters Exp. ess '! 1. In the case, of Sen. Taft : Hall Bros Agency ..to R .a DUCK. IH :4-....-....1r.prPlrIadrIMg ..41 ...l-
FOR Sen. Saltonstall the ratio was alt X. Orange TeL S1S9 ,
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.-COLUMBIA I STALLION't" : imately equal. _-" --- -.--- -. I z-. 6
/Ideas Possible C
on K? JUMBO.s SHRWPIIifll'
I -DECCA By GEORGE GALLUP DINING ROOM COCKTAIL LOUNGE '- PACKAGE GOODS c t

-CAPITOL I.'I. t D're:for, Arc"wCA Ins r+,:to, cf Pub!c Op'ion I. t1f t-a fT
N. J.-Whereas the EL PATIO
VICTQR a-fistful of candidates for 1948 to choose Barbecues picnics I
Democratic Party at the moment is pretty much ;
under the stars"BiUy
"Dancing
RECORDS
I I man affair so far as 1948 is concerned.Out .
Arnold and his Orchestra Wednesdays and Saturday
of nine men that have, in, the past_ S. ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL OPEN DAILY 11 A. )I.
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about as possible Democratic?
a standard-bearers. Pres. Truman !!
stands out far-above the rest in I{ The Tropical -- Where Dhtriminetiag People 1 Go 1 efly
I 0 terms of favorable vote among the 1> Central Florida'
party rank and file. Democratic KISSIMMEE: +' i ask ., e'Y
voters also have a favorable impression Under New @ CLI.
of Gen. :Marshall and of Open Year
Cocktail Lounee "
James F. Byrnes. But others in Luncheon 12-2 COCKTAIL LOUNGE
the list do not seem to have
caught the imagination of Demo- Orl..d.4.nf.rd Hiwq ,Mtw.' ta IIai444..nd. Altanw.b-M. W. P. ts *->
cratic voters.in terms of 1948. I -- Open ,
These facts shown in a new I
are 9 A.Mi Tiu N e *
DANCING TONIGHT.
type of poll on political leaders '
Mltfai9ftt
conducted by the Institute. Democratic ari .
i voters were asked to state II
I frankly whether they have a favorable FOR I i LAKESIDE PARK Drift lit Rtr

t'TIMTAYSHUN( ) or unfavorable impression Served I to 9 r'M.- f, t.M: P.M. to II PJtKNOWLTONS .. I ON THE WINTEft GAtDtW tA* I
various prominent Democratsas LAKESIDE ORCHESTRA DRIVE IN
possible Presidential materiaL Rt 11-9Z { : Ztt Miles SonUvof Orlando ra Old DixM Higkway_ CITY
f By Cinderella G.. Stump -.-
Last month this same type of poll -- """""
} was conducted among Republican,
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Have you heard Temptation, the most voters possible in which G.OP.their candidates impressionsof were I .- .... .

,. outstanding Record of the year? Sung by measured. I 1

Jo Stafford and Red Ingle in a new style The Democratic voter poll 1
showed the following results.
of singing that young and old will enjoy.Price Hairy S. Truman
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Favorable ...._._0.. 71%'
Unfavorable ..h".:21 .
63c Not familiar with:..*- e
No opinion .. ...?... 5
George C. Marshall .
Favorable ....w.'""." 46% Door Optn I2t43 P.AT.
i Unfavorable .... ......31
POPULAR Not familiar with..13No -.5 NOW SHOWIHG !

opinion ..__..._._..10
i Aj ft; far felt Buddy Cork .63 James. F. Byrnes Thrilling rugged drama of six men end)

..*** S.tf Harry James .63 Favorable ..........___..43%. i a airl! Based en the radio program "Mr. Y
t. ****, in 014 Stantyftttrmlk Unfavorable ....:.%5 District_Attorney" cregted by # l
T... Not familiar with ...._%0 v
: Johnny Long .63 No opinion ......._._1% t4ow Philips H.-Lord! Oar.-
41o. Sky Kay Kyser .63 James A. Farley '"

Jh Ce'm: Say Frank Sinatra .63 Favorable .. _........._23%
ft 'n, .....1 Gene Krupa .63 Unfavorable ..... .49 d -
> .. Not familiar with "....15 !F
taif hur iy Le Brown .63 No 'opinion .. __.13 I ,
I ff r a..r. Alvtno Rey .79 Henry A. WallaceFavorable .' jjjsmiCT

i t.h ""tk' 0. The Hill Clark Dennis .63 ......._..__22%' I 0
Iifl..... Stan Kenton .63 Unfavorable .. ,0.".'..'". 6 3 4
Not familiar with.'". 6
No opinion :' ....-,.." 9

t HILLBILLY Alben W. BarkliyFavorable ............._..16% -! .1TrO{ NEY l

& ,.a R.y Acuff .63 Not Unfavorable familiar ''with..UNo ....... 3 '\ $

{: 1.. I t. RL1l4. AL Dexter .. .63 opinion .. ..' ..15 1
AID WiI"-t" V.. Eddie Arnold ..63 Sen. Claude Pepper

T. S.I. BilBoydBuehonon l .63. Favorable ... .. 16%
Wa ..... Bros. .. .63 Unfavorable ..._33 II t 1. '
Not familiar with......29 I Ely
Ms o.t Kid Allen ..63 No opinion ...__.__..16'
> sklrinp
Harry: F. ByrdFavorable'
.......______13%. yIt1 t
RACE Unfavorable .....*.._...%6 #
Not familiar with.49No 7
f' tk M.,..., Sonny Boy Williams'LAJS / .63 opinion ...........12
I ,tifi Qa T it Ifvft ( Armstrong .63. Lewis W. Douglas
bN Haem.ns Golden Bell) Quintet .63 Favorable _......... 10% f+ r NCI.
m W.. Unfavorable ...._17 :ti; f; f .
HtpY Iw Tampa Red .63
Not familiar with ....59 ,
LL Of ......... l (. tie Wntiams' '' .63; No opinion .__ ... ."._ .;14 Jut niee < w ff Sei! Uj
fj 1r, .. .ldn Buster Bennett .63 interpreted 6a17 taRotk s > ..
The figures are not to be +- {
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Tampa _Red .7s
as an index of the numberof
Democrats who would favor the :'. -
actual nomination of any one of : -:-: 'SILVER ridded Af trotllogsl ,

DO YOU HAVE the favorable men listed.impression Some voters of two havea or :ii ii LD..id ri e +f Latest Pdr.mw.t P4.w 411.I4...'
YOUR p0 )
three of the leaders. but have a i ::. And Cater Gltoeat 1 i.a" :. .
f AL JQtSQN distinct preference for one whereIt I
ALBUM? comes to expressing a .choice for
nominee.

Wf How Wore Our Filth Shipment GOP month voters in a when similar questionedlast poll on

Republican leaders gave Gov. I 1 .
,Dewey the highest ratio of'favorable v -
Price
3.94
votes as compared to unfa- 0 lte.Il:4S i1,. -
vorable. In the case of Harold E.
A..s'r0pn7'
: St&ssen, Sen. Vandenberg Sen. i GENE AUTRY II [ 1J 7 + etc ei5i1q ; -
Bricker. and Gov. Warren the Q 5TAp

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I I Orlando, Florida, June 15, 1941 -1rbl i unDa 1I 'nlllK"t >letil' .. .I J
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Opens Busy ; Retailers Plan -


r't Newell Shuns The Sunday Sentinel-Star Radio C"" I


June 20 Meet Re"ElectionNovember Jacob Lateiner 19-year-old Cuban-born ....... iS... ..45 tr .Illi

Meeting Tomorrow will be soloist with the NBC Summer SymphtmyOrchestra : = .... 11# t. .
I l in Tchaikovsky; z Piano Concerto N.. 1 .taB It .
Nathan Florida commis- .et..... c. .
Ware........rig methods to place more of 'Florida's Mayo. and Clarence In Flat Minor at 4 pjn. over \VORZ. Ham 8ch..-
sioner of agriculture
It leai.... trur fr*.h vegetable crop to more American!Gay. State comptroller will be ger directs the orchestra In Berlioz1 "Roman CrnivaT Jl l Art II-
Ir HANLEY Completing his fourth term as Oterture the Bacchanale from Sato S* M' 'ttE
..... .UPS grill highlight the fourth annual meeting of guests of honor at the annual dinner Ward Two member of the City "Samson and Delilah," and "Requiem fer a CIY4"by : _
....... 1ISBINIe.4 ta.a.lets of the Florida Vegetable Com-" of the Orlando Retail Merchants' I THE I t --- Commfsiso._. J.JI Borowsky. ...
Assn. June 20 at the "
...... u.eFutlt tr.morrew for three days. I Chamber of Commerce Auditorium the Are Florida you of the Newell win not Robert Walker plays the title role to Berth n

IIdlt...... ... ....... .1 the,. Claude H. Wolfe program I sion should purchase seek in renomination the Tarkington's Clarence story of a returne4 CH

--i __ ....F ewlMn ter chairman announced. of-ways for State next November cityprimary I on a job hunting tour on Theater Guild OB The ffntlw
-, $
_sle et OIr ....p atsd.f j Cards Ordered Charles F Brannon assistant I THE I I he said I Air over WLOF at 10 pjn. n 4r t rr i in
of the United States De-
secretary The Salt Lake Tabernacle Choir sines .
tllertla trtsA tangI I partment of Agriculture J. A. Tales, butcher, S. Dixie yesterday. I aa arrangement -
sets elwarwl a.YtatUw I Hwy.: Newell plans of the Liszt Prelude to Eterattr bf
will beguest I
-nth- I -If the road Is to built and to devote his full Reibold over WDBO at 11 ajn. Other numben include .
speaker.Brannon I
j.. .... wib MIld For Melon |I has maintained by the State I cer time to his dc- I Thompson's Alleluia Come Q Thou of KTnjt
sellrat pro'I Crop served for the tainly think it trical contracting and ThQU Art The Rock.

eathlert d the sariMe. past year as liaison should bear the business and to i The Greatest Story Ever Told features Naanl .

1 tJ labor I Adequate relief for the shortageof officer between \ expense of pur managing the !I of the Bible and her friendship with Miens M
Greater Orlando 11.u
M1TL aM tarei chafing the
transportation to move the the Social f\ 6:30 pjn. over WLOF.
J .t rights of Stadium. .
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5 ... Central Florida melon crop was and Economic : way. He' first Virginia Payne and Anna Elstner co-star artwo -'
!ijrm. i Md rer r The was
i Council of the State is in -= -= = ..
... mi here yesterday In an order of Newell elected"in" fflZJ" scatter-brained maiden aunts in an or.-a 1
e -Iretattt e d scree-I better financial
i *. .W'q4. WS be 1IN4Iof the American Assn.. of Railroadsfor .United Conferenceand Nations shape than counties \and his present term will expire comedy, Murder and Crumpets by Joseph AssasaM J: = :U. II ,
r'. .. the diversion of some 200 re- I' Dec. 31. An enthusiastic CBS' Silver Theater at S over WDBO.
e im $H iv ./ .... DRrrtM I' the Secreta- or munid- I sports on pjn
+ Off ........ Mrtallloral El.ttitsuI I iterator cars. I .... ...., A grand fruitage. '' pall t1 es. The i I fan he supported the- movement Northwestern University Reviewing Stand at Ji if"" f1IiJiL .
ill ayo IJ for
... by so FtC The can are brine spotted on will speak on Florida's partin If fnuds for purchases \; a football stadium here- from. 10-30 a.m. over WLOF. discusses Are YM TM '
..... Asslui. lit hat Dirk sidings a* fast as they are revuntrd. the national agriculture pro- : of. the start to finish. Old to Learn. Speakers include Bentley O MeOtourf. t nr I=: -= i .
etwd Mid C. J. Mnndee, as- gram. Wolfe said. Tates rights of way 1 president of the First National Bank of Chicago *
s. er a.a.i.ab I|, .l>Unt general freight agent of "We are fortunate in havingMr. I should be paid for by all the per- Oglesby on Rescue Ship Prof. Robert H. Seashore of the uraln"' ", ".r. JI.JI: It: .

.111 ? .... '......ne the Seaboard Airline Railway. I II Brannon our guest speakerin sons in the State as it will bene-' Franklin L. Oglesby. fireman chology department and Prof. Paul A. Witty of the : : = .C' >
sews ...... laths, I I "The supply of available cars view of the fact that he has fit everyone. The purchases work I USN,;son of Mr. and Mrs. .F. L. education department.Two i '
fat t.. t ....... I. was nearly 50 per cent short."I''' been closely identified with the a hardship on some counties because Oglesby. Wildwood. was serving of Irving Berlin's latest tunes Kate defeated II Iia.IliII .- iIt -
I" .rb' With a melon crop 40 per cent United Nations Conference. The the land needed is more aboard the USS PCS-HOD, oper- = =
repA ; to Miss Smith, and Love Is Like the Weatherwill
I> .latter than ever before, said John 'wide experience he has gained concerning expensive in some spots than ating out of Kodiak Alaska when ; = 11 ::
A. O'Rourke. secretary-manager! world problems should be others. she'rescued two residents of Kodiak I be introduced on Kate Smith- Sings aS:3V -

Waetawto, a4.ma et the Growers and Shippers! of great assistance and interest to from drowning in the Icy ; p.m.. overWDBO.. / = =... ta:
1111lfl.. led. Leaaue of Florida. Up to 300 cars Central Florida merchants he Jonah Jenkins service station water. The life of Billy Rose who climbed from _- = -
00144 Mi. 0. !t.A.e i day are needed to move the crop said. attendant. Colonial town; I scurity to become one of America's greatest SAW.*- : :: tal
-. an. a4Btals i he said. The federal official formerlywas "Yes, I certainly think it wouldbe JOHN HARRIS ASSIGNED men. is dramatized over Mutual Gabriel Heatlcff :: = -
=-= ..... aw ... assistant administrator for only*fair for the State to pay John E.JUrris, cook. USN. husband i| Show at 9 p.m. over WLOP. .. ..rf'
"IT. I ., In- Farm Security Administration in for the rightsofway of Mrs. Sessel M. Harris. 267
The UoHeds Merchandising Works of Purcell Mozart. Liszt and Brifttea trill
,...... .Ut.Wo. Washington and was later appointed on roads Lemon St., Cocoa,has been assigned be
performed by the CBS Symphony. Bernard HHlsTEs. ilH
"- --.atJ'. Hunter Lynde. advertising to the Department of Ag- that benefit to Submarine Group 1. on duty I> Herrmann conducting at 2 from WDBO. .:
p.m
... d \ftIIIeM. with
ttt Wolfe the
Mfftry executive of Jacksonville riculture in June. 1944 everybody Most C] Philadelphia Group. of -
p... tI-11 Vro.M.. stated. of the counties the Atlantic Reserve Fleet. WD10 ISIOJ WLOF (123$) WOtZ C7W
.. 0.w.. will speak on Stimulating the Sale : <00 Melodies .. li P
........ .. 5A IJPr 1111'
of Florida Vegetables as the final have enough 6:IS Uelodies .
| Tickets for the annual dinner Gtor n 1 iilEs&SIS
Lirr.M11l. 'AIM. I
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ent1Mla to OFFICER ASSIGNED 6:30: Melodies Cnaawl ta IM ... ,
lecture of the Tuesday morning pense :
a DMerMteil, ... i I iArwon. which- commences: at 6:30 p.m. without Lt. Comdr.R.Richardson. Chap- 6:43, Melodie ..____ Chapel >B doe .. -.a w. es -. .qa i -
..... M1errKre.. -ton.A.an are on sale at the informationdesk extiHi'i lain Corps. USNR. 7:00 Bsptltt Hr Oran RereHIe l ew -:--- ==
manager of the in the Chamber of Commerce to buy land husband of ':1* S1** Hr. Oran Rents buss RedIal.. -
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r atnt Texas Citrus and Vegetable Grow-i roads. The Mrs Elsie Richardson, Lady Lake. 7.30 Decision How .... Orson RereMlt tftBiwk et CtrM tats
Bid Wolfe announced. '
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.. Vega-et. tan aasalsoa byAlan ? has been t4S Rtr ,Bob Jones Organ ReTeOli :
} = tes and Shippers, will be featureWeaker eral assigned to the heavy Cfiircm Let CM t 1- $.MQMjoantaK
r tear. .. .ry. BHL' at the, Florida Vegetable This promises to be one of the I aids in cruiser USS Macon. .. \ -- --- -
.d.s*. ..1.M>i. OaH.d Committee annual dinner Tuesday most outstanding events ever pre- lag rights of Jenkins I Fredrick et BX wd $.O. I H n *. .li '' w A4f et.de .
r .IR BIM ...IMMk. AMU.najtajm sented by the Retail Merchants INSTRUMENTS FILED L R adwTler et BX to Earl H Shan Jans D bM Ie ass.)! 1 .... a M -. .
for the national highways non wd $10
.*Nlr ..... till be nilbt.ht'n of the Florida Russell Press Kay.Assn.secretary :i! Assn. and every member is urgedto and way it seems to me the State coulddo ,I"ct .I add Z 119 JOD ti u to Billiard Clover ..J M .Stanchter et D. to Anna,Ifokrar 4 Jeklm reoWi L of lad Uea** wt w .. _pfw c .. 45 a -. M e>r.
$25.Anoa .
m ill act as toastmaster Anson 'I I attend he concluded. likewise. The present taxes I'trade Hector McErbrru Lumber lied end$10 Supply Co to Cer- Uokrar to Loclut E Lott et BXwd ,, E r t Klsw a _t. Jv.. S.-MOrrto a M .. M 'm1l "'" a o.i. j
alb speak on Industry Co-opera- should be sufficient to pay for Harold E Jonr et BI to Semi tics $10 W C*. t. ..$. Ut.OB* Holt.
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I I Lake Hart Des Co .. .. .
11kpgv4ahIeKrd the road sites." I Gluhan et al ltd 110i to Dunham Concrete ma $15Raced . ..
:ion I I Well Drillers Map i I John E: QtuUry .t lu t. A I Soodcrus the wd $10 i II Kiaier. &a C W wr.aus n on. .-
'. ,."'it''' During the dinner the FYC I et W vi *d fio Mae Mn Moor Mary wd Rosa$!.Buchanan to Mr Wffii -- --- .,
citation plaque for distinguished Plans for Mrs Myrtle Arnold housewife, I erlntton a Eras lllta (3000I et U. to Marietta R -Wltb- Ralph w Pike e1IS to L C BevtoaWd
::1 MM fee to the Florida vegetable MeetingIn I Mn Gertrude A $10
Cocoa Gould
UtLL'' : ,) /. I : i Chemical Co IIcd 12$. to Stutter !. Mabel Audrey Howard et sir to Leon
Industry thin be awarded. Name 1 -It seems to me that it should American Realty Co of Apopka to Anderson et ax wd $10 WAREHOUSEINDUSTRIAL
.e.NIp .f the receiver will be announced West Palm Beach 'be a State responsibility. Most of fer Chemical Co fled $10 SUaf- Herbert It Chapman et u: to Berth
.,.. L Cot wd $10
'e ...'t.St*.II .a. e L I.edISIDtlrr then. I'I The Florida Well Drillers Assn.. the gasoline taxI ;tt Perrr as wd I $10 Branan et' BX to Reba R Eras Conn Gen Life IDs Co to New Homel M
Wednesday sessions will be de- ..1' road : Annie E toe am.
goes to the Brown to J I Strong 1Id $10 I
will hold its annual convention in I Jesse P Stontanurc et sic to dark W
Franklin:
and Brewer
toted to reports of officers department andI eal to H Erie I _
West Palm Beach July 3-5. Sec. SwaUmark wd $10i .
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committees and to annual electionof XM
believe this uH T W Bailer to Charles Zepp Jr ct :
Clyde _
Freeman'reporkd yesterday.
directors representing various 1.i 1 I. should be used to $10.Ch.rln I j Concrete Brick or Block
A B. Hurst of Miami is president n Zrpo Jr et ax to Harrr W
and the committee's
commodities 1* districts. 'I of the organization with Pat some paying extent for the in i i,Bailey Belle I mt5 Winiami$2820 to Carrie RoIUhs et sir I FROM With 141 fl. uUreM1{ (fr.*ip
L. I Sutckey Pahokee is retiring Carroll of West Palm Beach in i wd $10 Foundation to Chimney Top ,
CnR1M chairman* of the FVC. i I charge of convention arrange- I If rights post-war- of way.road : Charles e.t BX]Welter wd $10 Jr et u to A I 8nodirmsi i I AUARDICE CO., INC : Situated en n rtfe...t rMWf .f ..<... *<$** -

,!ments. I' .,' J. -. construction is., I'''It John ux mt L, Kendall$244)00) et gx to Joe_ D peek I Masonry Contractors: and Builders ; Lot DtJJ'.1S1MM .. tk|. w $...
Tin was ,imported from Cornwall I' .' .. :.;. ::-S earned on at the,!i Joe D Peele et BX to John L Kendall Est. 1919 TeL 2-1593
W CIHTRAL AVI. to Italy shorUy'after the invasion Salesmen Approved ,.,' '., that it. et VId510. _
pace Ward-Baroua-SchulU Ine_to Barlow GYOU'UYI Pries REDUCED lo $15t... Turn
of Britain by Caesar. | Five salesmen members have Mrs. Arnold should be it will' S t ,
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been elected by the Orlando bankrupt a lot of the counties inState I INVESTIGATE BEFORE : .
; Eoard of Realtors including !the if they have to buy land The Finest To Be Had F.r farther pMwnstkw -

Richard L. Fletcher II. C. Bab- for the roads. AUTO PAINTING
OIMONJ7l ::0 McABEE. 1 I cock.<< Conway D. Kittredge, T 1. 'ca CA 'tor that NEW\ CAR !AJOx." WYAN SMITHOH
'! i Alice M. McCoy and William L. T. Hawkins service station
\ "YOW{ TRAVEL AGENT"eomship ; P. Buning.I operator Conway Rd.: i I lee taw I SAM JONES
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TewraAglwt PAINT AND BODY SHOP
"I think that with the gasolinetax I S.W. Cor. Garland and JeUersoaPboie 515 Broadway .. ..

Air, Bus and St Tickets, I TinVEATT OV CRUISER : State and should_ license be tag money. the A HOMETOWN TRANSACTION! I CC2S

Tarn end Cruises all the World I! Kurort R. Thweatt, pharma- -.. -
to
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over required buy -
cist's mate. USN, son of Mr. and _
I Mr*. J. E. has rights of way <4.I
Thweatt. Umatilla. 'P
SO E. PINE ST. PHONE 5301 !i visited San Francisco on the light for roads. All of ; .I: .i,
f I cruiser USS Tucson. the automobile ; _
and motor vehicle 4
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tax money .
should be used I
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for road Improve Sy ) :
t ments and' the A : I
rights -'of way J"f} "

Do You Have Big Ideas are ter_ roads.certainly for The betHawkins necessary State could A.t-afec"* : ATTEND I


save money if it purchased th
lands as there is usually too znucfi ,
With Little Room To politics when the counties and cit' -
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ies make the purchases." ; -
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A. D. bells grove.caretaker and
Carry Them Out ? cattleman. Conway

"Let the State Road Department t
Y buy the land for the'highways,

Isseciated has the answer in this NEW 1948COOLETTE Some and cities counties: have
I, r t r; to pay more foi r
rights of wa3
0 -, "' 1.- than'others be
rr.-- cause of th
$ value of the lane d

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.'.:' they should no i. y I
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Wens of the Stati ; .
should bear the cost proportionately -
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!!r 1% ftr i.t R S rtitttal'' i5ler'-' Orlando, Florida, Jane 15, 19471( Report for 7946 r egrlrrw W t1NNIM_ ...-. yt'l' 1 -
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Given Orlan oans in BookletCopies .- ----,...... ,." ..

y Peactime DraftRenewed I of the 1946 annual report of the Orlando Utttftfes tsr _. .M a.... v ." tit
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# sar Commission "to the citizens of Orlando," presort*. in at :r/1WwI "", 't 1 wr
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mailed to .H consumers added \tJ Nit 'r. r ..
opposition to universal attractive 16-pagebooklet, are now being ,
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military training was expressed by of water and electrical service. ,,_ 2N M to 'I.-> ? t
'ix '. the Church of the Brethren here Prepared by J. N. Stonebraker, the report r.vk>w. in ..... .., .. '" >.
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yesterday as resolutions were detail the complete 1946 a1.ryitr .
year
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.f adopted at the'final business ses-
comparison with 1945 and gives an .< Dw. M, again ,
I 30151 ewtomen M ree.i.4 (1"i grs
kr sion of its 161st conference.In
ypY r overall picture of the condition of I of 1.240 aew c sNren we .... \IIIIf"II. w...... ..
! addition to- opposing -
conscription the Utilities as veil as an accounting i .....
in peace-time the delegates of distribution of profits and .gain of 1.34 new a ln lea M/ee Iti'fII
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I fI t also voted condemnationof expansion plans. ,shown over 1M, West prarf d .. ; IIIAd. po''.." "d'' S l
rails
; "the Truman policy of military Gross revenue for both depart- !'Orlando rapid frowtfc." Hw' :;: 1 .11 b. '
: ilia veal M I dto
f r aid to foreign nations to ments is listed as $2122000 as .
were 18.W1 electrical aari 1UM MtY aM r./tea" "!.b'" A e
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dF A contain Russia. compared with SI,885,000 in 1945. .
A I water customen a* of OK. M &IiIIII ...."I r-: W [tte.
Other resolutions urged special Net income or profit, for the year .
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The average coot M aeneuai IM ...... 11 '"
education for Christian marriage. amounted to 173,000 against$1.- .._ . en of eiectrictty tar IM4 WM _... Ih. ; -/ "
a fight against "the alcohol problem ;044.000 for 1945 an increase of .
402 cents pcf kllowat tear aa .eft 111dat t l
," equality of opportunity for, $129,000, or an 12.31 per cent. I compared with a cart tt 4 Jl eeata 4taa 'Hits. .!..... wit .. A.
all races,mutual trust in industrial*! "In the face of general increases during 1945 Cooaauen' COM* of tka/ n te.- t'II.
relations. and relief work where in the cost of foci labor .
F electricity and water ibowB art ..sd f id 01.1Ae
: ,I needed throughout the world. and material,operating expensesfor i line with cats in like alas nUeII .
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tUt MAJ04 ABUSES will be heard"at as many meetsunrise service, 5:30 a.m., the Rev. Harper S, Wilt, Chicago, LOCAL* \ILOR ON CRUSE l the year 194S show an increase I and their! service iiggiiiawm tat .ewa. I... 1 ....... ..

I **%ft lode i Municipal! Auditorium as the Church of the The ,Gospel for an Atomic Age, 10:30: am.; Dr. Minor C.I I I William H. Freeman steward's ,;| 1945." the of only report 22.8 said.per cent over I I The revert tuntin*.. Sail MM .5. 11MeS ... ........ "' .Y.'"

#n i ynt.jdet tti 16Ut annual conference Speakers, Miller, Teaching the Christian, Message, 2 p.m.; C. Ernest ,mate, USN, son of Mrs. Mary F. "Increased fuel costs accounted,j I Utilities fffivvAvVfl MPW w99t.N -I .. i.. ... ..... ."
*'**d ele !****.*.., .left to rkjht above, wiltbe heard at the hours j'I Davis, president LaVeme College, Calif., A Christian Strategy Young, 925 Brack St., Kissimmee. for 18.41 per cent or $51,000 0: ., with a payiMl .< $*S4JH, fee airy .. .141M r + .4t
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__ ?** IN* John 0 Lcf>g, Dayton, Ohio, A Call to Action,! for Today, 4pm. I'has visited Scotland and Norway the electrical departments Increased : 191$. IIMAta ..riC9a11 .
I cruiser USS Wilkes-
j.... cn the light operating expense. Added The report continues "A t+- ',Ut." .11 'f
,Barre. ,i pumping power and labor required view of 194 activity rf Uw CM- ... I.) R .. !JI
and it will take brains to rise ; Pine Castle News .to supply the 84 million gallons mission shows that |1T9J_ wi _w..DL ,1 .r 6 st ; ta
Or. Zigler/ / ells// Brethren above In parts It." of .Europe he said, |I PINE CASTLE I Redditt. The meeting was opened 1( increase of water pumped in 1946, expended:; for needed tarSwa .......e'1& .Jt, ..:,. ." 1, IIiI
*"there is nothing but torture beyond [ Wesley Bible I by Mrs.Joe Burns. Scripture reading over 1945 on account of new sue- meats against $11..OM ws r MUto- .- .9
'I Class will meet Tuesday at 6:30: ,I: was by Mrs. E. H. Singletary. tome- needs amounted to over 1945 that the pianU rflwtMet tor.4'. ; .
t Of iarf Conditions in Europe I to watch comprehension that you don't and you become have for supper and business meet- i i prayer by Mrs. Paul Hendley. i ii ,$7800, or 25.2 per cent of increased was brought up to <.Mi.Mt ... ....... .. 4OtIMr
e immune to it. I got to the point,I[ I I Present were, besides the hostess, ii i: expenses for the water de- & substantial reserve create *. Hwr- C'4
A* imfmtioncd plea that the world be molded anew, ; where I could go to the UNRRA r.m. Willoughby Circle will i the Mmes. Redditt E. H. Single- I partment. carry on the Commivtiooa $$ -.U- brig. &to .IW n- 9
: with Mrs. Elliot White, 1225 ( ta ry, Goldie Wood Joe Burns Ella : The Ccmmission during the lion long plant ami proper- c.aevewt '-- '
the office range
'fie we w,tt H*%0 chaos< all the days of our lives, plus j or to our own office and ,
I Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Mark: year installed a new method of ---- --
I IJd Just not pay much attention to Kaley Ave., Thursday noon for -
riW tout was made last night at the national :; all this" [luncheon and the regular monthly I Johns, the Mmes. J. J. Wicker R. treatment and purification of the FOR aaP 1
44 lit* Brethren conference in Municipal Nevertheless Dr. Zigler said.I I business meeting. I I J. Hansell, Ruth Holton, R. K. 'water supply known as 'Chlorine rnUILDINGt| IUI"ft. -- T1j
Dioxide,' which Board .. ...
S. M. Coble. the State
Entzminger.
1; "America is going to do i At a man's dinner hihe parish' Bernie :'. j .

...... -, "ffiUT -- -- --' Aging "how man for a little : has let significant down. Our but brothers America something are- I house organize Thursday permanently, it was as the voted Men's to I' Macy.Mrs. Paul H. C.Hendley Tyner, the the Mmes.Rev. and P. ''of recommended.Health has approved It is the and first highly similar FLOOC:.WAB Tit Joist rrar e. Irstt. .... Arm .. e.. t

i btt of money could have made I Club A Smith Robert Ford and guests installation in the State andis 1.
VII WWBTrl starving. Ninety per cent of the of the Methodist Church I Fafrtt li t4titM .
>> such A IDeal of the world. Dr. M: ; people who are living and suffering : The Faith Tabernacle Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Belcher, attracting wide attention.1TLe { <(<: uA ... .
.111CX YfK If and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Shiver. total I'M Street r.. ** ,
R. Zitkr. Elgin m.. just back now are those who opposed : School enjoyed a picnic at War- report..listed a o II Spur

tot IWXATtO IRON from Europe with a narrowing f Hitler and have proven ren Park Thursday. *" I.... _"" ..."' ..- -.---- __ .. __ '_ ._. -,_ ---
their faith. ; Mrs. S. H. Williams has returned >
pkture of conditions concludedthat "People in Europe from a visit which included -
i << c.J .&. : "it took brains to do it (one'' about the next war and are we talking could Fort Myers and Wauchula. :
fill t, r!r' ia,! could hardly conceive of monkeys have one pretty fast. American I The SOS Club is sponsoring an I 4f/J&J1$
J Mwre .L doinc what we hare done ;; citizens i should demand that I ice cream social and program pre-
rr. treaties be signed so that those sented by the club, to be in the
---_ _- II I in European countries can startto : parish house Friday at 8 pm. J. C / efif< Y CO., tNC

VACATION SPECIAL rebuild on the ruins without i, Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
P fear of having them\torn down Clark and family are Mr. and Mrs.
hrb1p Is Ww as I).M = Brake wade saf before they are even finished." William Hill and granddaughterand cEuIRES
a M M II H Vltwlc.. balanced' lUG op Wtoe'i This world be Louise Toole, of
can happy the Day. Ir
sMa 1131 'Srr was" poluh Job$1!.00.STIVERSPONTIAC .
M :.at speaker concluded. "We only live Mrs. Paul Johnson and daughter -
I once. It seems to me somebodymust left Saturday for Tifton, Ga.
arise above the debris and Alathean Class of the Baptist
r N W. ,...... we ear ...aM.eav.r Pbw I-m. say we have got to change this. : Sunday School held their regular
I I It cannot go on** :meeting Friday with Mrs. J. J.i .
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