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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: June 21, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
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regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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 Related Items
Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Morning sentinel
Succeeded by: Orlando sentinel (Orlando, Fla. : 1953)

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I VOG, xXm..No.. o * ORLANDO, FLORIDA. SATURDAY, JUNE 21. 1947 7'Y t.



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Policy

Reilz ExplainsU.S. S| LOOKING AHEAD TO BETTER BUSINESS! : Girls Delayed ,' I-

Rationalizing Our Gambling Laws! I
Taft R
ly CHARLES M MEISTEKtO'kjndo t .
Brannan Sounds Optimism
Problems In \ Morning Sentinel Staff Wnter

/ Immediate steps to provide

\ For Citrus //ncfasfry; Sees / dormitory space for 1,000 : Blames I ItII

women at the University of t .

ForeignI i More Outlets for Products Florida, with successive generations -I r'nG: ,

i of girl. students to I Bosses for WlTNowft

Buying HamperedBy lr FRANKLIN H. STEVTNSON i pay the costs were authorized P ,. A 2

City Editor, Orlando Morning Sentinel! I i here yesterday by the State Board'

Limited Funds Optimism over the outlook; for new outlets for' citrus of Control.to 5r S &1

If eil4QM C MIIIAMprogre : products was expressed last night by Charles F. Brannan, Meanwhile issuance of a admis-statement sOltwf1IMf1lm... ,. o. M\\
of policy regarding
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assistant U. of in
secretary, Department Agriculture, an
sion of students'next Fan,
P..ta.. ** in the women ,/ 1 fl I i txfl ...
address before the annual meeting, of the Orlando Retail was delayed until after the board .
testa. "'tal"" ', endeavor to .Merchants Assn. confers today with Dr. Docks Mai fts 'fa* "

h*" J eni nd tenet ntratesmrttHid Such optimism covered the nor- I. Campbell president of Florida 11 .,} UN / ti' II ,.., ii IpBji ..< fen...

fa the Governfa Mississippi State, University which also was
mal expectation of the export of I .5e+r ter.let Mite wee lilt
****'t trelief 800 million pounds of citrus In made'co-educational by act of the .
pur I .Ildt/sr ... toss mtiI ..... t.

.MUM pirns was. reported. here Levee Battle. 1950, he said.. Brannan ajso,stat- ; Legislature. Mt1an .... tr 4ttt. ..Ta 4M

..atNdht fc.. Or 9 Wayne Reita ed there was a lot of talk of including : At a night session the board approved ..... ..... c.... ......
as.eM.its ....* for the United canned citrus products in I for submission to the State >> .
Grows Tense ; sails t .
a_. and ffetffAJMM.. the foreign relief program. !budget Commission. 13531499.85 1151 t1 -""
M ..as SOT&fctr cl Pointing to the large increase in budget for Florida State Uni- I1'sweep. .
s aa industry I ..,..
HANNIBAL Mo. [AP] A 4>r w 1
datisallA Maas Florida" Texas the output f citrus In the past I versity. Dr. Campbell said it observes "Willie i. ... .
a a t Ot,1rMalg tense battle to save key Brannan declared executive direction for a .
ralr
sit has beroa levees continued last night as I "It looks very much as though i 10 per cent cut under the original I z !
Si. .. .. 14
1 bUdget and setting of a 10
Waite new crests bore down on.this the ,upward trend hi production up I l
: Net ...#.SMbo
.,.. ; cent reserve.Budgeted i3s
et5t U& will ,per
continue for
area in a continuation of some yean .
atM arlr w
,...... *ttfc effcntfct x'x Some of the experts: in the salaries total $%,-
June floods that Army engineers I 1MI m tlrL..-
tt. Aa reported had inundated 14195! department estimate that pro- 443.342 for the university proper It ,

rernlllyt WarD '-" square miles in the Upper Mississippi : duction by the year 1969 maybe | with $%6.09 for home demonstration f.H I NII....., P1 p .t
at4 MMt ) River Valley. from SO to more than 100 I extension.

fI..,..... I The matt critical areas in the per cent greater than the und : I It was agreed to inform the /i see -= ..

-we wee \ flood.weakened. barriers were' average." I Budget Commission that a contemplated thtit 4 .
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tIIf J'ttti'f
/I across the Mississippi. in Pike* Other ways suggested to develop plan of releasing State taaiis It >

t4 ft* eke *l At' RHUAaderaatt County: IH. .where the eo-mile-s i outlets for the increasing production funds on a Quarterly basis Is not v ,.,.... .. .

/tesilws and otherffteialar tone 8NT levee .was endangered.) suggested .were to formulate I suitable for educational institutions e'1yti Wsted Mtittglrmt5iLtpetl
o ,.....I N said
.. ... and In the Dsberry. Mo. district which sign contracts on an Yo =p a e.Irrt ....2111eell
: N that all he COUld tit south of here. (See Picture Page' 2)a I annual basis. : 9cd: ....I stet ar .... ..

*** M IMfftIa.port slice thiewtama The dtvtslca Army Engineer's Dr._Campbell said $34.900 was ;, el11eM" ... ..... ttt-5
I
tied arranged U COB ,. I
effVe at 8L Leois aid,, 8:5,119 program to bring citrus within cut from funds earmarked for 'V V 4tI....5 erase trsr5 a a
to* self w.r and 8uu DepartlkM f .
acres or 1.21J square miles, had the economic reach of everyone, :operation, of the physical plant, 1 1 fw t*.'.... nHw .-
aHtetais alter bit departure.
k**. heeded this month with which would "help the industryand and that if additional funds be- j .. err t ---'4 ...
"...# H wf ... relit. fastward kree failim accounting for I humanity. keep purchasing come available this will be the r' 71e e ,MMMa "'' **.. .. |p

sat tslald. .... twti+ets, feeerIid 117 M are miles .f the tnnn- t power generally higher and include first item for which an increase ; e' i.e v aIM

scones eel S/tah dated land. citrus,In school lunch programs. i will be asked. 1 t J aV MR4ea

tfc* **)..**.* If IM Wtutry.la .* Th engineers esUmated 20.000 "Experience has shown that Dr. John J. Tigert. University| V \: 1-

*.**.... had been homeless and 130 mil- when there is plenty of money T of Florida president,.who was told j j 'i'1-." .... d.... 4_, ..... -- ... :
,
** 411 arMm enrouaitred boa damage wrought to the last < ...
!s* i..*tim titfr.. MM. bid toosrttt I, two,weeks .'...... CenUnafd ea-Pne 2.,CoL'irTruman :' hlConUnned on Page J, Col 1}: r t Woman Cleared Two toes Youths : Daytona Seeks .i'1't11iMi. 4f__4th -

?* lMd4 .la U* purthasMf a ..... aa1r1V 11t .-l
Jailed Attack ;
ttttai tt the present fcmltedMM Defense Suggests Plans 'Glades Visit on a al

..H *f (+wads avattaMs- fort Charge of Woman :l llhlt4elasal ... --

.%*,***.HI Nd to famine areas.The 'PersonaRevenge'/ ...' In Lottery Trial Navy Air Base tl111msltl _4 4. 4N ...
*te and War Depart- WASHINGTON: [UPI Sen. Holt t Sen. Pepper ID-Flal. Gov. Caldwell Sheriff Jim Black said last night' 1_ oar -..1st i nt 9
In May Fraud TrialWASHtNaI'ON land [D-rktl. said yesterday Pres.>> of Florida: and Colin English, he was holding Billy Toungblood. I ..
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Meads ant petal it Truman hopes to attend the for- State Superintendent of Public I I t>' DOYLE CLAY 21. and Raymond Windom. 20. of te: ,,' M tk ..1Mix.. y S.* .-1 A -
out $5 M. far M poMibie by buyIRI fAPl Defense I mal opening of the Everglades Na Instruction. Secretary of Interior (Orlando Morning Sentinel Staff Writer1.Orlando's Ocoee. in jail charged with attack DAYTONA BEACH H*
ts4 with tit* fmuat' amount suffesUd a non&l'rennre"l tional Park In Florida in early Krug also attended. \ and attempted attack on a 32-
ex **$ejtai trod are not stung motive to the December. Caldwell. was 'here to presentto current drive on year-old married woman. City Comnuttkm to a pctt
M .*** t+.&u4rUoa ta. other fraud trial about yesterday alleged, by raising seizure a, The President is planning'with I I King a State check for $2 I II the Cuba lottery racket here According' to information available I meeting ye4eftty vt4 is- 5'V :
Question an the woman and her husband
*"*'4 seMi M the citrus totfe that hope. Holland explained.I million which -covers Florida'sI
<-***' ***. tI.y should.* of liquor on the Canadian border:i He emphasized that Mr. Truman I contribution V to the cost of came to an end at 3:40: p.m.}:I were returning home after collectIng ''! acquire the Navevi Air 9ita..
RMM .*f4a.4 Oovenunefit of* during the prohibition area.Charles I.I has not yet committed himself i acquiring privately owned lands I I yesterday in Criminal Courtof ; clothing at a place where'she here from tfee War A****
f...ili *.te wttfftt. el the need Chief Defense Counsel I II i to attend the ceremonies. I for inclusion in the park had been living.
;- tv.c Nretev retef Into ourMHKHHural I'I J. UargiotU asked Francis T. j which will take place possibly Dec. : [Sec. Krug yesterday signed the I Ii Record when a iUry'-after I They stopped their car near Administration.The .
p'= :: prvcram and Flanagan assistant. chief counsel I I 6 because that date apparentlybest i order creating the million-acre 40 minutes deliberation found the intersection of the Old and station eecfrtw t tt*
I' silt .* fW M poattble with for the Senate War Investigating fits Pres. Truman's plans. Everglades National Park Details Mrs. Elma L. Duke 14 E. Church I, New Apopka highways Black acres with ll tai sad _
p+wewera a| shop ve have aa Committee; "Didnt you have some Holland called on Truman with 'on Page :51.Hendricks. jl explained and*the youths are' Ucs.
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St.. not guilty of keeping a gambling -
feeling against Murray Qarsson
... to have the husband
... .a. alleged dragged .
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4l 1f
when he was a special assistant house and violation of the lottery < lra
tn in. vttii IMI., hesakLthetdw because -' from the car and tt have Maw Ernest L r4ttt *4
f '.m >t..? b to the No. 1 to the Secretary of,Labor. Robert Rmgllng To Seek law beaten him severely' City Clerk aim M"*tft .f*.* .*. Mss fir. tsar '\.". ..... ,.tm -
; .,.4d5. N fuifitl any commituf the Government seized a couple of I I Her case was the sixth and final Subsequently Black said they therlttd U enter fate a* *fv**.
..... ...r OeTtmmmt purchase boatloads of liquor between Can- Loses Circus Rule Hospital Site Quiz case scheduled for trial in the forced the woman into the .woods : tent with WAA to atlrt ** "lW"'
tI >=*aw4 Wre sad conetatrates." ada and. the U. S. to which your : I court's June term. nearby.where the attacks occurred. > property. ltritml-uitF .
-- .- 'father was Interested 1 never: WILMINGTON DeL tAPJ Robert i i WASHINGTON rAP] Rep. Hen 'ltr ItIMI 1 __ :
I the Arrests were made by Deputies Way was opened f. ** eV *f
It was the fastest of lottery -
WeathernateM5O heard of such a thlnI.1"W agan RingEng opera-singing circus dricks [-FaU said yesterday he'I I i cases heard during the Sheriff M. W. Lucas and James the recent adios ef War A ** ...., .... wlbrtlr ittl..
The replied. will insist "a full Investigat.Lion" I :
lost control of the' upon Batten. in ttotlnc' the prepertf M :if j| .
man. yesterday 1 I of the selection Tallahassee terra, being opened! and: com- $1. *** ttttlli .dSe r ..

3 r...., Hndf. A0.,VH1MTTr IMMTT- Curler/ Plans To 'Make, "biggest show on earth" when. j for a veterans' hospital and pieiea within a single court azy. i for Meat lion It Is u planned an airport to we tor SeE te|ipl_ "o lH fcrf "' .
James A. Haley and John Ringling the closing a former Army hospital made the State's Hopes .
vtt* rttm4 aft *****, n+- The Duke case : with other bvfidaia U U Iterk. X041Me .... =
pent ftfc........ '''-a4fnw... Appearance in Court North .were named top: executives at Thomasvule, Ga.,,85 miles drive against Cuba lotteries here 1 and converted for .......n J'"$ ... rf ... 4 is .
COHASSET. Mass. (AP) Mayor t Ringling Brothers-Barnum and away.' I I[ stand at two cases won and four i Price Cuts FadeWASHINGTON use Miyor PaltHt sass tfolMftMv .[ ...
I
of Boston hospitalized Rep. Cox [DGa. raised objec- : lost. Six individual defendants
James M. Curley Bailey Combined Shows. Inc. I API Prospects The alrp.rt" strip .has kegs taMe
Cracker JiSez: for week with a diabetic tion to the proposed Tallahassee heard Juries say "not guilty, while 4>r4 -
a Haley was elected president and for a substantial drop in meat ky the Cllr fee**.*. B<*. kfvecisl
four convicted.
blood condition I hospital on grounds that ,"a certain were j MINI 111 c9a.a seal
and high
Tat tftm MMahiat did plumb pressure North nephew of John Ringling. I Members of the Jury In Mrs.; prices later this year were dimmed i '. agreeMmt with Its At
!.**..* rwiWdy Hit was a said yesterday be would be one of the five founders.executive I I about political selection influence" brought I I Duke's case were: Jack Bumby : yesterday as the Agriculture) De- ceta. Easters Air lines tara t+eM4 i / 1lt t1ep51ee. ,
I of.the Florida
... Dart el the day an tt didn't 'in district court Washington. I chairman of city I reported that the Spring &t3jt
t of his six- vlce-president and ',when the 1.700-bed Thomasville Del T. Robinson.Hallum C. cotue.1 partment terminal tkere. AsiMMNsjl **>* a
rls *.**** MM, aiali. Jilts U Thursday to UmonthsJaD for disposal sentence on the executive committee at the hospital is usable ,Hendricks. who I, J. Richard Thomas. pig crop is only one per. cent above The station Is tear ist* Wtsl /r t14)lslle)

buM .Bit. a ...4q mall fraud (bur"Toniaht's annual directors' meeting.Election said Cox referred to Sen. Pepper : King and George F. tr.hUgh.II last. year's.Meanwhile. of the center of seas sir JUnto
fey dig age ended controversy over corn futuresestablished
a year-long (fD.-Fla., declared had .
I "politics 92 Several squadron mere sd
el tr e Lrttaeif officers of the big show a record high on the Board
hfire havees dt Movies absolutely;" nothing to do with the British Soldiers Seek of Trade yesterday. but dosed,large eompleBMel .f planes "ffon

IDrvA ...... ..ua 3 SSACHAU. TIle PUbumAB. I'M.: '3:10.. : Wife Radio Actor selection. lowei'on late selling. July corn hit duty ther dining UM var.
.*. lit vat a2ft, 1 3. 135 3:111.1:20.. Says' II Tunnel. in Bomb Plot $2.00% a bushel, beating the former -
pie'd' deierthat ',no ROILS 112.ca1ao: .n. 5iata..aa 1:0\ Reversed Role in Life Traitor 'Paul Revere' JERUSALEM (UP] British sol peak of $1.99, made in July. Rail Employes Again 0.. A thllt5
arffie4 I : HMU* ea. Md street 100.COUWT : : diers .and police started looking i 1919. Final price was $1.97 to
t i as t .. lick I 3A 110. :150 Mfl. ..< UM II...... >.M.OftAND. LOS ANGELES his[API radio A brow-characterization Described as Insane ;yesterday for another tunnel reported i Il-Wi, off Ui to IVs cents.for Seek Rules Changes =-..
ascot e4 hem 3es 13e ,teL beaten husband in I BOSTON TAP) A psychiatrist. to have been dug toward ; the day.Soldier. I CHICAGO I API Tht vwtiftf .
3:10. 1:20.: 730. the -- e1
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of
aIIHr KtB7. Peavy on
tfctaas. .. : i Dr. K. J. Tdotson. told a Federal Citrus House British security : : rules issue which led W s MtSfl. '
slim h. of, I carried Boat .f tht aifrrtt. let on. Great GUdersleeve program actor I Jury that +palawiNt .
i .-.. 40. ,*0. 11.00: tt n* tact 11:4S.VOOCl Clifford Ray Le Grand reversedthe s ttiil 1mRfi
4
a SftMs *f them ta that Yankee .. .U. : Chandler sa, former. Baltimore I tunnel which Jewish extremists' was revived yesterday sins tot.
solar. WHMBWI but she bled em in 33 .J\: Tb- *tr .., Won!... 3:2S. .:4S role to private life. Mrs. Alice ', writer on trial for treason, "is insane -i(planned to use to blow up Citrus Shooting EducatorNORTHAMPTON 'unions representing IMJe ,... late, n 4111
ester vttt M side meat aa there 10 M: DM"*'**:. J'I6.Alias I Bin". .,SO.DJUT& Th.. Kid. Den Le Grand testified uncontested yesterday divorce.in now and was insane from,House was discovered Wednesday ,. Mass. (UPI) road operatinc'empires oraiM'. $Aisd
***** .* ere .! *TWO to the .....,.. nesr.a.aerwxa' obtaining an and in 11941 to 1945" .when he allegedly I I when Haganah. moderate Jewish An AWOL Chicago soldier was I 44 chantes. D. P MDk ...*. M
.. .. She said he was a nagger eM
r4 seism Kt got through with em.H4 "' rs. .f Clmarian.DLLAND I broadcast under the name Paul underground army set off the sentenced to five ta six years InState man of the Western Carrlen 0a.*
Find cosfcur slMkea off with TEKMOirr- n:t elM'rUl a .Weodutvl LU. DRKKAV : i addition" dropped huge sumsambling I I Revere for the Nazis. j l explosives in it. I Prison yesterday for shooting I tens Comm"" ...... said lto. ne 4
1M gait lot a s wU. !4''o.n. 0.T lUUrrft TIle Obert Ooe B a Rhode, Island College professor changes would cost II Mfi. .. .
W1MSUSTIS.: Ttrm Tr n. Kale Sid .( Lea so he .would have an automobile He7 termed the drssaft* ".be
.....s Tenets I Mt. McKinley Scaled RUSSIANS STAGE ANOTHER WALKOUT! in which to elope with his biggest feathered threat *at t>tf Ma
....... OaOfLAND- Wr Pal wolf. !
sad Te.r mna3 *
... 1 j. ... Cowboy HU I teen-aged girl friend. Pvt. EdwardHawkins menaced private li>NatrrPublishers .
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rear to 331 a a sad Jt j.t RAINES CTTTS First Time by Woman, j _. m1rla e4tr rrFtttr.
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par A af 1M1KISSIUUXS. 20, was sentenced for -- .
|*4 HI..as. M..U L,.1n.ra..me M. lhlf fir t4 a..:" LdyK .. R, 'J.n KMBd-Dp.. TIleraano. WASHINGTON CAP1 The National Reds Keep UN Delegates Jittery ; armed assault with intent to rob. // on World a'+
a,0a...... MM. vwnc KM* t e1 >CHT DORA: TO ,,,.iri. DnriM Park Service said yesterday -i His Massachusetts friend was rein
;: 14p. .... 311 ... aid a.. vane$AN1ORD, 'blfl*T'llWt The U.BO Trait that Mrs. Barbara Washbum. given a suspended reformatory Flight/; Reach/ Calcutta/
.. .a.s aua I Jti .... L34.tett 1 I Ouun, ranlczsa. : Trail tnut. Captain mother of three has become thefirst On Global Police Trieste Talks sentence. CALCUTTA India 'AD TfePaa
to climb Mt. Mc ,
KBT Rw >C.. Ohort woman "" > 4312la
CLOCDRuttera o >Amet1cao capper earrytaf a
..... -.1-\Taa..uavvafa ...... Cana. PS'w..ras I'OeM' wiuIrtTTf R. OJlIinBf Sheriff.of RdOM I I'.I America.Kinley. highest Mrs. Washburn peak in reached North ',! LAKE?SUCCESS [UP] Russian representatives walkedout State Buys Old Navy 'group ef Amtrkaa r-fc" M

fI V,I1.T, OEM: Afftln of 0r ldin* in of a UN Military Staff Committee meeting on a world ;the air line's insaruraJ r ,t8Mttlta. S e
... 1r. : D uhMr. the top of the 20,300-foot peak Station 10$100,000WASHINGTON I'
:: IU YSJI Tb Fknaert I '
: eta
WWTS D
T4 1ta. j' world flight landed at m
police force yesterday and tried unsuccessfully to block
... 1 in of ,
't. .. .. n' Alaska June company
I. 8tr.BM WOBi.n.B IUP1 Florida \!Airport here at 4=M arm tadarIFrldayl. 3 3der
.. LAVE :faND-POlir Bradford Washburn. her husband another Trieste. I -
:. ... --u--o"l I,P.uCK; t, C -I4. Th.B \..V_ id 13 i ...... :.- ... ii DNerL LAD: Trail N ...- AJlto... ;Th- and six other men. I' But by the end of the day, the Soviets were back in thefold I yesterday the old Live Oak Naval from Karachi for Cainma t.l,.. q 1

.....,. --= ;: t 0----. fa I with Russian Delegate Andre: I Station and will make it a public :I day but returned' to ttawttt after 1
.. '- 'Ie" : :.:raM :. : '" I.r7.VACATION 1947 Jm B47JW t Gromyko attending, the Trieste problem should not be tackled: park. The Navy held title td the IS minutes ta the air *<. U.-, M '" TIME meeting! to which he objected. until all the Big Four ratify the land for almost 125 years. GOT. low eU pretwire. 1.n. fir .
t.R .. ..rw.: 7451.M 7JiIr s.i The I .
.1t.M sensitive and unpredictable .
VIII
.. 1te I 5 Italian peace treaty which sets up ........ Have The OrlandQ Morning I [3 Russians kept other delegates jit- the former Italian city as a free'' Robert M. Llttlejohn War Assets Band Leader Barnet l .
Waw etatwt.tetb I tery throughout a lay.: V i'
Administrator. Sens. Pepper and #4 1aat t !
....!.-;:- 1.'U'-" lit._ .,....,............. Sentinel follow you on ,your 22232425262728 The Russians objected to procedure territory.His stand. indicated that he i I Holland .and Rep. Sikes of Florida Faces Suit tVy Wile .
vacation. When you order your set by American Lt. Gen. were on hand.Typhoon 44tutax
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no.dionunWthetreaubdrned i LOS ANGELES
would use the same i
tHw 1a Lew Joseph T. McNsxney. committee
". :I S1 4 wwn1.N tin paper stopped at home, let us 2930 chairman. Representatives of the argument sutra leader treated!

........"tit.... M" know where you want it sent four other nationS on the committee to block possible Ifc S. request : Nears China Coast I'her cruelly his wife, Thftista? >
a U U for the Summer. The rates braWl 19+7.J frf 1947 finished their work without the for an investigation ef the MANILA;, 'IAP] A typhoon which charged yesterday ta a SUM roe t.
... nIlJJ: flU If Russians and the incident appeared situation to Hungary whereCommulsb passed near the Philippines is expected separate maiateiuart.. .4 13494
... f ,. .. : ire the &&meand.. yon S- Mm *e 14 .fai JW U closed. recently seized control to hit the China coast: near :per month. Mrs, JI&nM1. M, *ts.

1t.1N u prefer, you mar pay rom bin 1 2 j 5 Gromyko tried to -keep the i Amoy by midnight early Sunday plays in-films under Ute tlsaltf M. stl>t lltMtS
n:4: :: ::1l: when you return Security Council from c discussingthe : The U. S. has ratified the morning Manila time VS. Rita Merrttt.. estimated her >< + taASeI
t'"' ;: a Aa.aea .I n Sentinel 6789 K) 11 12 appointment of a governor of garian 'and Italian peace Hun-I Naval weather observers said yes.J'nar- ld husband's .iac s4 at I
Orlando
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Web Morning .' auo.oeo azmUUt. 1
.. at Trieste He argued that this bat Russia has not terday. ? rr

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:; Ir-ua. frwa rage 1)UkHt compel employers to hire more teal _t--4 Me1rstSi -It: :

men than they need. Mr. Truman I S *0 .*. r S bI

tf > U a feoJt. It had been a The Pepper-_ Holland Lineup! said the language of this section I I Start* OfIB __ ..... -..-
t* | tom.' tart tfeu CD "U ft bad might also bar agreement on IN tUfl..e1l ... ;of __
w .. "safety provisions rest-period I ...
ii 1 fret .fca. them trpt of kgislataast WASHINGTON [UFJ Sea. Pepper [D-FIa] said yesterday of rules and many other legitimate tee, ... ttOerW .. M &
....,... .. III j
.. ..... tot people of ourstowit the President's veto message: practices." t peftf4 a.
Q r.r-9 to Into epposing "It was a splendid message and I am immensely pleased. I believe Barring Jurisdictional strikes :J : 1 I u* OMRf ea M

N t4 iiI." .. MId, "If conflict Isrvajk4 It win be possible to sustain the veto In the Senate. From which arise from union rivalry, by I MesI pKeyi .. &air
a* IMs MM would create I believe the is empowering the NLRB to decide ", MatheSa Sit
LI what I bear message going to be persuasive on many Zits rlp .
.. tat
tent *_4j ate* ol ditrerd art sown.M Senators." such disputes and enjoin the I
....... III
: ..I- .
N till Hi wowM. them strikes. Mr. Truman said the
sow -our way r
Holland [D-FUJ said "I It. Fd he would It
Sen. : regretted hoped + w .. ...... 'Mr .t111d1 MM
tttl totfrr and our strength the provision is drafted it "would X.
"
III approve 1C I expect to vote to override the veto. *" be _
'1 "N atptreJrw force unions to strike or to boy

1ft mod. M ht had in his cott if they wish to have a Juris- U. .*... tMftwOJffc*

....... t&atthere ls still dfctional dispute settled" by the ...aru. ***** OM Ktffe
till MMt evottmsn cant and secondary boycotts, bolstering arouse bitter resentment which NLRB. peeterdatresatfsh ........ *
n !i IrgiftUtten luring the the Labor Department and setting would not contribute to agree- !I Outlawing secondary boycotts 3Set.ewhad
.
!
..... s" of Congress.W up a Senate-House Committee I ment. I by which unions sometimes b st ...
to study labormanagementproblems. he said that the provision
And eM
.... IBS.. It rlear that htttb j for a vote of the workers as to ,l seek to extend a dispute t ,1 .at n.4 .. fail

I *.t .. It.il1&lI. !. rrla But Republican Congressional whether they wished to accept the ,f to plants not directly involved. aa e.adlSLtaH
11...1 lhe fkM ., UWr the : Mr. Truman objected that it "
". "Kt leaders snorted at suggestion employer's offer isbased upon MbsMIM.
....,..... of another bill Even before the "erroneous assumptions X x X that i, would "halt every type of second-

.>Ae. Precedent" hosed, eat blast House toted. Hartley commented"not I{h strikes are called in haste as the '; ary boycott not merely"those for ulr J f:: RltiltfrLetttlhg
unpustiifable- purposes as he
q st Q.Agtfcii ftm. Hartley tndiH a chance result of inflamed passions and dlya
It eras the second veto Mr. Tru- ,that union leaders do not recommended. r s .....
e41lsIW s>Mi>< tM House La- repre- f I 1 and ... Mlem .bead
man had slapped this week on a sent the wishes of the workers. Changing the setup 'func-1
.
tav OpnmiBrt tMtnnaa u having major piece of Republican legisla 'Experience, he said has shown I!I tions.cf the NLRB, which administers -\ GUESTS AT ORLANDO Retail Merchants I I principal speaker. Left to right Lloyd F tM tMtaattrlraa. ...
Ned t
tMt M! gkt floor inane 4 that "you of the bill i the Wagner Act Mr. Truman -i Assn. Mayor L C. of Eustis Gahr preside Florida Retailers Assn, 6on-
I' tIN M AMI fern Is more in tion. His veto to cut : otherwise. i iI I meeting: Vogt has 1r111 .... .11iMhod .
.Mt. __ class .af meat the ryt income taxes Monday was upheld To other provisions of the bill held this the Section NLRB would"straightjacket" f [right! greets Charles F. Brannan, .assistant non, Karl Lehmann, secretory Lokt CeuAty pe.w'- ...... .

.. sMid in the House by two votes. I the President made these obJec- "special restrictions unknown with to secretary, U S, Department, of Agriculture, I I Chamber of Commerce, and Mayor Vogt. .lane Mst. .MapJ ,1

,-; ft a rrvtftUnc description I Probably with this in mind. tions: i r any other quasi-Judicial agency" A a.M Ir.nl tie b. a
It f Aii oft or ont of Us authors." Sir. Truman wrote at the outset : Making unions subject to suit I i and violate the law Congress pass- II IIr r r tit ...... tae
rmMMtlal oroadrastVM that he Is "folly of thegravity I for contract violations. He held + uitl 1M ceded
ft* aware :ed last year governing these agen- I, es t8
this would discourage "no strike"provisions
oXiwrMl '. oven ***rt .p.- which attaches to the because cies' operations. He also listed I Citrus Business Seen Brighter -, -
in contracts
I riftt itnM than Iht THo .-- virrrbe by the President of his I other objections.
then a union would expose itself many E"J. '
' Oastitntional MaritimeFace
..,.. power to withhold .,,

BI tM! wo mart Truman vehement deliveredastitM even' his of approval Congress.from' an enactment Adjective-Minded! tions Restrietmg1 and expenditures political contribu-by un [Continued from Fate 1] I in canning freezing drying: and ,to IS per cent during the Mil II '.. .
'"l (half fewMr I in handling of fresh fruit: on diseases months I'"yl"" ..
the first OPA WASHINGTON [AP] Pres. ions. The language of this section
fet Hi cut He went on to say that he shares Truman yesterday called the Mr. Truman declared. available citrus is one of the } of fruit and insect pests; and "We are mort optimistic r std. .
riitt5sti aM Ikt Cue labor bill things people buy more of." Bran- WMt' U 1111
with Congress"the conviction thatlegislation Taft-Hartley Labor BiD: "would prohibit man1le( lativeadhitles" on transportation methods.He trig our State economy : 1
drdtred'r :1
*
of iHl peer > dealing with the rela- nan asserted. asserted the cattle industry there win undoubtedly be a lovff '
Startling, dangerous, tarI and be "a dangerous .... .
ft* TaH-Harty measurei "The IQSS-Sfl'' per capital con- I la. ... ..
of tad citrus
tions between management and is at a critical point at this time I ing agricultural
Intrusion
workable unique complex free speech"Moreover
.jy aauft mart strikes not I on sumption 55 .. 1M ........
-i labor is necessary, that heartily burdensome arbitrary was pounds per per- with "the hoof and mouth disease come this income wffl ronttnm
"' fewer: a would "plagut this ua- c :demo abuses on the part of I unnecessary he held it "can beInterpreted" i I son; this year it was 82 pounds per I just to the south of us. very high N IaeMs 11'
ineffective
Impossible
st Mss tor ytftf lo .... : it would unions and employers x x x but as interfering with j I person and we believe that if the I I II -Ht can ah. export Mf .... .., *. M. 1 'deed .
discriminatory elaborate clumsy
.. *. otear Ihrtat to the successful .* Then he lit into the bill. j the regular work of Newspapers< !people had the purchasing powerit < To nelp firM the disease 117 tie 4nd.stry, surtM tadmttyand pats .BWBi ,..
cumbersome inequitable backward
ase ititltt of ow democratic .sodHm ,I The reaction of the Republicans unfair, unwarranted interfering -- and radio'stations. would be 122 pounds." _' I carloads of materials and light mas) fMt riaf !*4*.* ?MtAft....W....M ; '
was two-fold. Many declared that i troublesome, serious, Depriving a union of bargain I Citrus fruits he said "helpedto ment pins hundreds of eqUIP-I try U eeatiDM U develop sad ::r '" I
w \;. *. teed lust as soon the "co-operation" between< the I ling rights under the Wagner Act rive our workers and fighting I nicians and experts hare expand. >taYr .
drastic. I
.J as tie (tot load ftelstwd droning I White House and Congress is fin- His long veto .if it has an officer who is a Communist forces some of the vigor which sent to eMxico, Brannan "Th recent station ef ear chafe ....... fII tact
t1M: ter n.-a or the veto ished. And some like Rep..Halleckfind. all those adjectives message contained I, or Communist sympathi earned us to victory"As I'I plained. '!Legislaturt levied DO ftddtttoea! tilustltlgee, *

.u e.. BMW faSoved and .), the House Republican leader -' plied to the bill itself or ap-its zer. "With this objective I am in for theO, million gallons of Reporting on the recent meeting burdensome tasaUona. a a i This KIilMK d llnlt -...
UaMa (R-Uasi, had to remarked the President had provisions.to ;full accord" Mr. Truman said concentrated citrus Juices shippedto : of the Florida State Retailers 1s a rare and htarteain shieee-.
< M: i 81st Ise ureterI definitely lined up with the radical -I but the way the bill is written the United Kingdom I doubt i Assn. Pres. Lloyd F. Gahr'went and should pet'be w., M.JItene l .
.. Htep.p moved to bar debate element of the Democratic suit II any members conductedan "the mere refusal by a single Individual I very much If any one of us can I stated: 'for UM continued healthy trtk
l.. .......td It found hrt," for the 1848 Presidential unauthorized "wildcat" strike. to sign the required affidavit" appreciate how much that food There appears to be consider-I' of Florida" ( ,...s PKAIL ,." .-

IR Ef. -wudiftg an of campaign Outlawing the closed shop under could disrupt a whole national meant to the dog-tired, but grimly I able support to the general belief Oahr said prices art IM N|Jt .. ;;.;.. lilt

_4 .. \ Joining Foe of the bill the which non-union members union. determined, British people." I that our national economy will many commodities whkfc hM periM Olsae smo .
1M fesftifebran tn favor ef everM **U ,AFL applauded Pre William may not be hired but permitting I Sen. Pepper ID-Flal and Taft: Additional research is needed level off at its present peak and "caused a def Wte resistant* sea Ie .1. Aknra.arstl8n I .
sett M CMtf Extratrrt 8upMtVfH Green message called It "a masterpiece* I i, the union shop under which non- clashed in Senate Debate when: Brannan declared on processing I..ill be followed by a decline of 5 the part of consumers."* lie ftlM
tIN fmfclenf veto were i iIT .f I union members may be hired buthriust I Taft declared that Pres. Truman's. I II said that retailers had RtgiMUd Eiae MltitzMMr1
&f..*.... it Republlcanj and statesmanship"Mr. then join the union. Mr. veto of the labor bill fallowed consumer relations and 1'fOIIIa.:
.... )&uf1ollle6llD I AL-HT t. I Truman based his objections 1,Truman said this would "limit the I most point by point" a mended: = e1Menej 1

Mr Trvsu fund M& ..areMaM generally on four major "tests : freedom of employers and labor dum prepared by Lee .ai-I IStudyl.Marshall "Clean Ht y.ir tsr... to. fU Ipl _rMR1M ,
..rt .l Ik* MU .. CMS- which he found the bill to flunk. organizations to agree on methodsof CIO general counsel. vmUry .... stop lt Sam toteald .. i
ateld. aM Ur* ,art* Urty Into He held that It would: developing responsibility on the Pepper shouted a denial baying: Improve yet ...... esdaee ., a .. ita4
ls0 .... _I f.e bt.tuat bet 1-Involve the Government in 1 part ,of unions by establishing what he called Taft's "innuendo" i clean ., your sUra, u4 "*.. -_.s.... tit eau

i ..,... bt Geeeewmeat Iniene.eelswtat the free processes of our economic union security.I ." that the the Pressman basis for memorandum the- I' Plan for Europe Aid ceed p...iUvtly. b.t with ton a ....3era to .... -
system to degree
a unprecedented was
.... lb. ebsed shop. He said "union security and Uea." ,
r \ .. In peacetime" and be "a long step Chief Executive's message. He ., r
ml ... teate f jwt 1bJa- I I j responsibility would be largely "Retafl sales are lUll Mar v*>
toward the settlement of said 'the suggestion "unworth7"
J economic! was 1ZP ,
.I.; I st* sate f til.*eoMratt lakar bard vUUUans.tlMAttaf sett.. issues by Government dictation." i cancelled Barring union ,welfare funds of TaftThe LONDON [UP] Foreign' Minister Molotov is studying cord mug breaking senunwnl high that It's ba easy rftf toa tdtl t 11 i

aM barring statical arUfitjr btw Encourage distrust suspicion -, financed by employers and administered t Ohioan said he wasnt suggesting the British-French proposal} that he join next week in a con- dropped" he concluded, trsslptsre sues elM
He said he if
anything. was
..ae.K. tween and employers arbitrary and attitudes"unions" be-for I 1 solely by unions. This is merely pointing out that the ference on Sec. of State Marshall's plan for European recovery -i Chester B Tread way. ta miin 40 1tsss. + tS f

:) with a pointed'I IMR" "co-operation cannot be achieved!an undesirable intrusion by the 4; Pressman memorandum was put the Moscow radio said last night. director, Florida Chain Start Aasa S moo
[ Government into
C that congress get busy by force of law ;! matter which should an be,important the subject in the Congressional Record sometime But before the proposal reached him, Moscow said, and eKnry Balds edUorta IMn- e r ij
-
1 tor Tht Orlando e
Morning tvu
-
tai pose -appropruu labor lefts- I-'Be unworkable and even of ago by Sen.Murrr'D-MontJ.: ,MOIOOV naa told British Ambassador -
i private agreement between'
leTYA-.t... season ta UD with promote, strikes by piling more and that Mr. Truman message) g nel, joined ta praising Oaks Nr
,employers and employes"I Peterson Russia would like j
"' the he did
job la
l.e IJI IDISaUo na ta January work the National lAbor Relations "follows it almost point by point. eragnUmg end 1 #
'tMf w r* for.curbing certain' Board than it could handle.i Forbidding "featherbedding"the f I more information on the plan be- running the Stat aaaortattoi..
'tqttf1Id" jurtKtKUenal' strikes Iat | 4-Be unfair because It. would 1! practice by which some unions 1 ,;." fore it decided whether to take Baler s.gg..... CUkrUna ....
-- -, - -- Sen'atGroupSeeks ;-i U W rtt fU4 pmtd.alof
r require the NLRB "to give priorityto part In itPeterson \
that -IulIaUee U ft.*t4 s
; WELLS MILLED related charges charges against against workers employ over;, Royall Pleads ,r saw' Molotov Tuesday'night the tvrr.avcwvt' that .! s 4e ::10HI
Full i sates .
ers' and "would discriminate British Foregin Secretary Us.Jam THI h WAIRREST

Aarwbere Ia against workers by arbitrarily penalizing t Bevin and French Foreign'Minis- *. B. Keith past *mi4.*t

them for all critical 4 ter Bidault sent their plea to Molotov : of the Orlando l-ll< FIHHAAXT strikes." For Navy BudgetWASHINGTON I Wednesday night to join them,aa toaatmarttr. and C3.u4 KWolfe
DemocracyGREENSBORO. I II chairman ., the ,
Then the President passed .n [UP) A Senate in a talk next week and this proposal Rttttet
U a detailed discussion: of thebill's appropriations sub.. committee was received in Moscow introduced the speaker an< pwda, "lHUII
..""...
size I I Virginia Can<< and Je*
provisions. N. C. UPI UnderSecretary yesterday recommended restora- s Thursday.
Borne of his most vigorous objections tion of $177 million which the s, Meanwhile< Italy joined the 'Thompson sang s> dutt. acton* ..
AXTDCTTH.FOB of War. Royall said panted by Uargam Knee, ABftft-. e ... ..... .efi ,.
were made to the provision last night that either Communismor Home cut out of the Navy appro- growing roster of states to register OHS graduates. s -
> HOME. for handling national emergency democracy eventually will rule I priaticn request for the 1948 fiscal their approval of or interest In Guests
strikes by a' waiting period of SO year starting July 1. Marshall "self-starting" plan. Included W F Aw..
the world: He spoke before a con- Jr. u J Kimban Jr VnmT
RANCH- days enforceable by the Government Another Senate appropriation In Washington Press Officer
vention of disabled war veterans H C. +ermm'
.through a court injunctionto "On the one hand is the totalitarian sub-committee meantime approved Lincoln White. U S. State Department Clermont.Brown. Red U W *f..
OB Gxorz be followed by a secret ballot concept and it matters little;; a net increase cf $15.160000 for said Italian Ambassador ; Mr and Mrs. AndrewCrraway _
I .
K C UrrMs. tn1
8mtta
among the worker on whether the State Department which Includes Tarchianl handed the departmenta 4
whether It is called Nazism, Fascism .
\f. Gaanat.erratee they wished to accept the employer -,, or Communism he said. $11.110000 for the Officeof note yesterday assuring the N. JUy George A. Spst Sanford.
'* latest offer. Culture and Information. United States of his Carroll Hrwta Lft Hr.
., "The is the In spite country's
N. essence same. W, Glen
Ray, Ltwrtftet B, K
.nn
The first dispute In which this of their false promises each of Sen. Saltonstall [R'MassI, said r "fun co-operation. Kissmm.
T a, might be invoked probably wouldbe his subcommittees recommendations tc1I
those Isms' deprives its people of Great Britain. France BelI'I U D. t
Edit, OrtntUnd: C It.old ..,-
the soft coal walkout now gen- provide for a Navy of 43,000
and their l1berti "
their rights The Netherlands and ,
I II gram Hipirter Mayor L C V'!fl
lie wID cWU1 erally expected to follow the. Government officers and 395.000 men as com- .
'* return of the seized I He said it was not enough for : pared to the House appropriationsfor Luxembourg previously had informed Eustis: W C Johnson, Aperkft. ptfaaoeaelee
give 7.s mines to the private operators America to show that democracy I 42.000 officers and 355,000men. the United,, States .f Karl Lehmann, R. E. lotto B. f >tw egy asMalts

IEEEi.atttaates June 30. They and John L. Lewis I works yithin its own borders.He I II their interest. Prrvatt Ttvtrrt. I.le..a. .. : : .... ....

have been unable to agree on a I urged that the free peoples I Ii I Elsewhere< in Washington: Greece promised to do her part i

U >It JI..u.- contract."I I i of all free nations band togetherin Pres. Truman signed legislation toward giving full publicity to \heS300OOeooo JEULL
am convinced." be wrote, the struggle toward postwar/ raising the pay of Cadets and 1. program both in 1 PlACIIS fII MLI

UrayUNY that the country would be in fora i reconstruction: I Midshipmen: in the service academies Greece and in the United States. I
h"t bitter disappointment U these 20 per cent Y The Greek Government made that $2." PU HALTORANGE 1v.L
I ( FMEHMTrLtMf I provisions of the bill became law," I Chm. Shafer [R-Mich, saida pledge in an agreement signed in

M tll w. narda I'. I Ht held that a Government Injunction Ickes DeniesI House Armed Services subcommittee Athens by U. S. Ambassador Mac- i STATE ORO'tll
: ak official of the
i against a strike "would witf Veagh and Greek Foreign Minister .* ZELLWOOD
!"* ,-=- -- I Office of International Trade"why VACATIONING FILM STAR Tsaldaris. J'LOaaA

rt>K CONCRETE further shipments of oil to Rita Hayworth tried to get into' Czechoslovakia and other countries ,
't.n iAN ) r r'I r I I Russia should not be topped." I of Eastern Europe showed ,
wALL last but
Switzerland night was : !
FLOOR THE j( iGabinet leaks'WASHINGTON Rep. Mackinnon [R-Minnl. turned back by Swiss customs' considerable skepticism yesterday. {, For Awnluft tf fcrf MKtr .** Vk. i. M..k It t"
urged admission into the United '
I JOIST ROOF SLAB ROOF TEE : F; I States of 30,000 Polish former; guards who, unnjoved by her f The wing general governments disposition of concerned tin left i posy why 22 run ....Inct. CU Mr. 11 tArlFLOIAAM it

'I I-fr.ck (AP) Former combat troops who refuse to return ; beauty, said: "No passport i| seemed to be "wait and see." Marshall's i

l.elH.tFie IRc. I Interior Stcy. Harold L. Ickes replying -i to Poland. I visa,-no entry:" Rita," owever, gesture was applauded by
to statements in Collier'sI4tagasine } A Treasury Department warnIng I II I
I
u" tn' seemed to
but the tendency
IT&m I
3280RADIO many,
PHONE b? James A. Farley, denied I against "inflation" failed to was welcomed back into Italy, : be to wait for others to take a. c.u $. B.,.., I"

last night that he ever slow down a Congressional drive where she is known as II Bel definite position on the plan. .
1 'leaked cabinet stories" to news I to cash an estimated $2 billion Petto-"The Beautiful Chest." |
; REPAIRING in terminal leave pay bonds.

men.Farley, former Democratic I Legislation excluding newspaper Negro Votes Decide If your Home //s far St/t
41 Rr. ferriet by '1 QaaUfledsechnlrtau. Party" head and Postmaster I vendors from provisions of the 'Little Arsenic'Sent f/ect/op/ / 4UH ft 1M
General quoted the -tate' Pres. Social Security Act was approved I Georgia City

lwr Rate*-All W.rk Guaranteed.' Roosevelt as having said:. "I by the House Ways. and Means MACON. Ga. 1UP1 Lewis B.
'rklEaa4 Delivery Service [N. think Harold lekes responsible Committee. Grandma; Parents Wilson Bibb County Representative ALLEN JOHNSON

daarL for many of the stories that leak Both the House and Senate Macon grocer and amateur 'I'
ha ....*... lilt *te ta heed rt Eattot or ram CP&IM out of cabinet meetings. Banking Committees voted to Can Rep ir-.Relax magician jumped into the lead. in lUll.Sw.Il. ..
to Noting that Farley did not indicate prolong life of the Reconstruction Macon's election for Mayor '
+ ASSOCIATED STORES rHOati; whether ht himself believedthe i I f Finance Corporation, but the Senate ST. OUEN Jersey, Channel terday when B. F. Merritt Jr..1 .., .. ......
-. 4R4.YGL 3301d statement attributed to Roose-I I group called for a $50,000 "full Islands (UP] William Pattison 3. conceded the entire Negro rote. I

rJ -- velt. Ickes said "I am entitled to and complete" investigation of the was sent to the home of his grandparents Voting for the first) time in a 14o.H: Or..,. A'1eINVESTMENT

conclude that e printed it either agency. in England yesterday so city election here; Negroes cast j
,trustingly or maliciously.Great9randmothre." about 2,000 of the first 6.500 ballots .
iI t MEW SHTMNTS JUST ARRIVED Phone Rates BoostedNEW his parents could relax after he: I and were expected to vote 30

i .-Upset a lamp,and started afire I per cent of the total 10.000. 0 AlL WOOL ORLEANS UPI The house causing i i
CARPETING la the chicken
Louisiana Public Service
'..T... sad IMk Crator Ilmli > II. ui IS ft. irUlhi. Sweetie of 72 Wed yesterday authorized Commission the the death of 100 chickens; 3-. i,, Red Triumph Predicted PRotWg--

ASPHALT TILE NEWPORT. R. L[UP) a great-i: Southern Bell Telephone and Started a fire in the kitchen which j: Unless U.S. Aids China
grandmother and her 72-year-old Telegraph Co.. to increase Its scorched the Pattison dinner and !
Ow.f *.* teal Group -CT ....fL sweetheart were married here yesterday -i I rates,to subscribers in Louisiana 3-Released the brake on hisfather's ; NANKING UPI Dr. Sun Fo
shower of rice by $2.943,962>> Nat B. Knight vice president of the Chinese Republic
in
and left a Jr. 5 New
INUJII WNtI.IIM-ctHGeuUM-AlL and old shoes for a honeymoon in 1 I I' chairman said the increase would new car,which disappeared |I said ,last; night the Communists 2.1111'00", "tvttt, Syra .....

ltodr.> Cutest Mod VtntUon Blind Baltimore. The former Louise take effect July I, to the duckpond. I I were going to take the Port.. College Park hx1 '
vast domain of Manchuria unless ,
of Allen I Sttttt'teI.
the wife

******* MM All LINOLEUM 00. Bryer before Smith:71.five a retired became genrations Navy of draftsman.her family ,i Riots Fatal.to India FiveAMRISTAR. rAP Five U.WASHINGTON S. Loans Iran,UP$25 The Million United i ped the American-trained central armies received and equip.am- walk. On Sut {list

Ml fen* On*.*?, n.one 1(11lIInlEI Including her ,(7-year-old ,persons were< reported killed and i iI' States extended/ antiCommunist munition. quickly from the United
;
line deeper into the Middle States and Britain.

mother. I'25 in another others wounded of a long here series yesterday of I East'yesterday with the granting I 'IThelOianbelT'Wu I OPA Rent Ceiling $104)5)
outbreaks
t 4l
CITY MANAGER NAMED between Moslems and .a of a $25 million credit to Iran to given to the y y...

(' BESSEMER. Ala. [UP) Jack J. I faction of Hindus and Sikhs. in reequip that, country's 100.000 ;world by bees which produced it I I .
man army and 2.000-man police by crosg-f ertWzing raspberries and '"
PLYMOUTH Dean former city engineer of Al- t Lahore 25 persons were wounded I'( .
force. blackberries. .
bany.: Ga.. yesterday was ,named I by a bomb. I IAilPLIGHT' Price $43,000.00
PROTECT I. City Manager ef Bessemer. He Is I 1t.fi fij .
TOUR CAlillUlaEAII a native ef Blocton.: Ga. and a I Egg white which clings to the ,

graduate of Georgia Tech. He will shell is used in adhesive, sizing Ink.

ONASSiS AND MTGR'TIE report here July 1. for paper, and leather coating.JOYCE'S .. I. CIRCULATORAO .

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i .f Sts. J. Povell Tucker, D. DPMtor.. 930, certain .bRfotNstion .IwO ep',. ,;
to have plans prepared for two m.m.. Sunday school 11 >m.. Moraine 1 1wonhtp. only I S -- L '
'', Baptist TrainiM __ 1\
8:30 p.m. notices
church can
I on
500-unlt girls dormitories to be Union 730 p.m.. Evell1ns vorshlp. Ser- ,. .., ealn y
i < located apart from housing for' men tnt: A M.. "Wtost Qo Ton Think of be published. Blank form
Tour Child}" P.JI. Commencement Exercise ,
. men and be not more than three i for the Dally Vacation Bible must be obtained .* the -... .e .. s.+ .. ...
maintained .t aB sert- .
School. Nursery -
SENTINEL STAR *wt .5 A 'Htrgtw
stories high said the self-liquidat ;I[lieu. I ". a > 1i.ett .1aI

... lug: projects will be financed i I COLLEGE PARK BAPTIST Xdcevtter I .room. I'--&. : : ,.

I through issuance of revenue cer- ,: Dr. and Yale Are. Fayett L. Hall. pastor
Sunday School 9-45 ajn. Mornlnt worship .. ..
tificates. i 11 am. BIU 630 pjnEveninc: seiricci Trail .r 4U. t. dr. fldrarcb 'AMR. :- .
.ffis .. r I ap PMdaSe
M tw
. ... i Pm.LUCERNE Lines .
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would 11.30 son 2 Ifct-U .. .e c. eb fr'S !
Completion rive
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wom-
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PARK BAPTIST-Comer Of .f Afl YatalRi ..s1M 1 I. a 4.s.gibta
... ...... en almost the same housing as I A. Downs. STTBM ... *. -.
. M -, jj.v. -. --: .* '-.-'Y'X''"*" A> eVE All men 1,200 of whom are now !I I DD. pastor. 11 ajn. and 7:45 PJB. wor Jcfcn 4 21J.wU ta .4so =
M MI5. of the Stote Left righi Ml Deetrw' w ,IS xIJ
Board Control now in and universities. to they are Sec. of State R. A. cared for In university dormitories. ship.

io 5-dcr propped budgets of Florida institutions of II! Gray Thomas W. Bryant, J. T. Diamond, N. B. Jordan, Luther i, NORTH PARK -BAPTIST-N. VSb St. 1:12.TA": ..I. ...... .. ..

lsWnaf seercri ij discuss coeducation in State colleges'' Mershon, J. Thomas Gurney and J. Henson Markham. A financial happy ending for an and 9:45: Woodward a.m. Bible Ave.school.: W. R.11 Clarke am. moraine pastor. Rev. O /UYI".UMlr= 4.tM.=tItJ'91coe Aa A44Pt4.'n.4 4:
.. 4 .worship with sermon by pastor. (30 pm. as IS .'el etl 1 W _
'- earlier housing project, Flavet village Baptist Traininc Union. 7:45: PJn, eve- ..__. _I. 6s ..ifM t

No. 100 which provides homes Ding worship sermon by pastor. W ........ < *.t.t,elwtl..asl

amAi ft Osceola Court Union i To Seek Wallace for 100 student veterans with i WINTER PARK---BAPTIST' -Or. R. P. Presbyterian
: families was reported by Dr. Ti- IncersoU. pastor.<< Sunday school '.41 am. FIRST PRStYTERIAN w 5* O.alr .4 ..... Ir.i4Aii .
6 j Morning worship 11 ajn. Sermon br the Main M. Or TlirrTMal
4tiIw gert. i Rer. James Hasklns. Training anlon. (..45I tar. Rev Jnck FiasstOr :..- =
j He said that a recent 354,594,26 I pm. Sermon I L E MtlNsi aMkt ots 11 iw
check from the Federal Government I| D7theehn Jamorshtuk os. am0 4 is tndsttMtstRM* I*
Beach "Life Is Warth Uvts e Tejstfc t.:
.. Ends June T Term Speech at Daytona brought to $204,594.26. the BEULAH "PTIST-Yark A. Dobbs pas- per Binmea 9-. a M* Wbst MrcwMt Rsmith.
amount received on the $233.000 tor. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning worship oust M-k M ....... .... imB.
jI 11 am. Training Union 7 pm. Evening JlactiL auaWer N m.ak
original cost paid by the State Worship a p m. Rev. D. V. UcAlttster
".,.-.ol t to Orlando A om'ng Scntirell] [Specie) to Orlando Morning Sentinel which left a cash deficit of less will preach at both worship services: and PAIK LAKE rilSIVTfJaAH -r& t**.M .c 0'e.
KI&WlEE-With DAYTONA BEACH-Henry Wallace will be invited to than 29.000 than at I p.m. each cveninc during the week. otnKtr ei rniafci| w *!* .. '
six cases on more balancedby err H McCiiattB. unit ...... a i><- 5GU'nf1' MUSS
I tvPOGt the docket to be tried by JudgeO. speak here Labor Day according to a resolution passed $40,000 worth of furnishings. LOCKHART BAPTIST Lorkhsrt PTa. at 14* a s Harmon ***** .> Jima a .> .. -!
4 a.
P. Johnston. Osceola County plus streets and other permanent John F.Chi: prstor. Worship 11am. M Or .McCaMn or.vs. I
Thursday night by the Central Labor Union. Sen. Claude ,
THE QUESTION and I pm. Sunday school 10 a m. Train- ant Uf The flasinr MM Y.sr -
Cwirt closed for the June term I improvements.After Ins Union 7 p.m. Sermon text "TheYWoold .MvUaa ..( a a *a WNMSSI irrw* aa
jt Ant ... haloes .. it* ...*. Thursday. Pepper will be asked to introduce Wallace, a spokesmanfor Dr. 'Tiger reported that Rot That This Man Should Rife 7:3: ". -...rI. MM rW eat i
I Over Them" and "First of AU They Ga prayer aereas M TM saes. .......
tola the said yesterday.
iiaaA.1* .., 9".. tata Jay Johnston county prosecuting group good research men may leave the Themselves to the Lord." *

AMI M. attorney represented the State i Action was taken at a meeting university if not permitted to do GRACE COVENANT PJ"lf: r t

rNA$1WE1LS e( Ftertd T. Ik defendant of the unions, which also. outside work consultants CNURCN-.csasas SSSfsl J-I.wt
against ,
Dean i as some ''Church of Christ Aee. iu. Jack p Ps..*. >sjsiat 05a i :
141. $ M. t...l lf. ..... .n.p.,. charted with failing to i I took steps toward active backlog lof it for the Armyand Navy I CHURCH OF CHRIST-118 E. Jefferson Lisle Bob a4 1 3p.. -....... soc..I .

r...... P.raGil Map at the entrance to a through I of Wagner-Taft-Ellen-- Two SoldiersAdmit Chairman J. Thomas Gurney Or- ''St. Gilbert E.. Shatter minister. Bible
Preaching and communion
.... I. day .. Osl.afoatw highway. Ellis P. Darts local attorney. I der housing bill; turned down a lando, named Thomas W. Bryant { r.b a oImOsr: topic: "The Church and Salvation Army .

cakes tad paila represented Dean. who was i i iMQUKted i suggestion to condemn Sea | Lakeland, and J. Henson Markham Worldmets." Preaching and Communion. THE SALVATION A..1'-1' I O* I qa-d 4 pet.
I 6:: a p.m. Sermon topic: "God's Plan rot tral Ave CM. and 6n. igsTslsi
wON by the Jury, members of I Holland for his record and dis- Jacksonville as a committee I,' Giving the World the GospeL" officers in rknrg ...... ariMM tfMwmfakg a a -
t. r 'eDi16.r4.a1 which were A. O. Lorcnz. E. UMyers cussed formation of a political TheftsFour to study and report at the 1 wenkip aetvir*. tl a. T. M. ,
t .. Willis A. Smith. S. L. Lupf ,' committee In Daytpna( Beach. next meeting. CHURCH OF CHRIST-Apopka. Bible Peepers sonic 6 19 p 9k.M.
.. I r school 10 am Preaching and Communion la chart* sleet .teiina. i iEvangeUatsr It rA7. ,4eS1M ..
I '..... r. Claude Smith and Joe Feruc. Acting Sec. C. L. Forsyth criticized ,111 am. Preaching and communion S p.m. ....*. 9 .m .1
said his mind
,t tf Vernon James Dillistone.charted t Sen. Holland. saying thatFlorida's burglaries and one attempted j I i i was Bryant made up that a professor already j CHURCH OF :'CHRIST-Ocoee. Atdesi I tuwtl N tO

.,.r! I IL' by the State with turning youngest Senator had break-in dating back to capable of doing such work Norton minister. Bible school: 10 a.m. Unity ni tm mw0$4 ." ,
hu done nothing "to further the ; Preaching and Communion 11 ..m. Preaching UNITY CNVRCNt err ...
vehicle from direct courseon
last September have been clearedby '
I I brought prestige the university and communion 8 pjn.j Bev Csnelisi IVr>M'TMst istw t i !, JiI'lOt. .
: failed ., cause of labor or the little man. : I' : ;
y a public highway to appear the admissions of two Orlando and that the practice shouldbe : Marais .sr05 a Pv at ... f ttCt
r for trial and therefore upon Forsyth sought to get a resolution Army Air Base soldiers. Chief of j CHURCH OF CHRIST-Winter Gardes. SftMC Ierwaar (.
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passed and while other I encouraged.Past : I Bible school 10 a m. Preaching and crm- jar 4n1t ,
., t order of Judge Johnson his $50 members Det." L. S. Rose reported yester I muntOB 11 ..m. Preaching and communion I iJI
Other Churches
i 1M tact cah bond was estreated. The $50 i I expressed agreement with him. policy having banned women 8 p." f _- 'f

...... cwt able cash bond of Jack Parker was also they declined to take any formal > day.The soldiers were booked at the I instructors from the university I Ii 1 TIONAL IaTH.-'IT 0.sans MIS91 Biiiiisi.N YMal5erSM4 rrw aM Hkst

... Melt i. W M alt LftkTlMs ewtreated when he failed to appear action. [Police Department as CpL John Dr. Tigert raised the question of Church of Christ. Scientist ,
Forsyth also took the lead in I whether co-education now would i; FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENT1ST .I >'"
.. Mtaa ) r air tanaertstsV on the charge by the State of I J. Blashka 18, and PFC'Thomas ,
Rosalind 1
ATC. and Wall St.
Sunday ABC
I Nit tr II' is. filler operating an overweight motor ve- presenting the hope that the : A. Plumstead. 19. apply to the faculty and was told service at 11 ajn. Subject: "Is the Cnt-

air M Us. eh ett ..... W. E. Lupo pleaded guiltyto unions would organize a group They were arrested by Officers that the matter need not be acted i vrrse. "Including Man. Evolved by Atom DIAPER SERVICENew

f... lalalr Half .roe I the State charge of passing a in this city to take an active- I E. L. Seigler and A. M. Haight upon by the board until a specific I Force? Sunday gchool at 11 a.m.

orthfefit check, for which Judge i part in politics. :' early Wednesday for investigation question of employment womenis Christian Accounts MM! trtttlre t

Johnston sentenced him to 11 days He said "1 hope we will organizea [ when they attempted to avoid presented. CENTRAL CHRISTIAN Reservation Art lllklt.4

! .... ...... TIu/RsL ..a.IMtSSiMti in jail. i j group here that will embrace i II|questioning by running when seen Earlier members had indicated I Rldsewood Ave. Dr. Paul-C.Cathcart Carpenter at, Trltphnnc t-1117

... r atltMH.M I II an labor unions and all persons of ''in a truck at the Goodyear. Tire intention of providing home economics pastor.worship Sunday school $.45 ajn. Morning ORIA.XDO .fiIIYM PN I
terrice 11 am. Evening
I" ties Me brit $.., I I i liberal and progressive convic !I i Co.. 300 N. Orange Ave. and other courses especially j service 7:30 p.m. Morning topic:worship The ., --
r M aaaM. act r...11sa .6x1 Mnra.Erle .. Daytona Beach tions. No formal action was for women when funds are Slugiard Field." Evening '< I I taken on this suggestion. I Admissions were obtained from available.A One Message! of The GospeL" tl Conn- r. f.,
8. UtJana 2.2CHRISTIAN/ RETAIL MERCHANTSWe
both soldiers after two of
I Plans for days _
r... I Msp. td1t5i4.EM Job officers slated the for July nomination 3 dis-of I interrogation by Det. Sgt. Joe policy of giving X-ray examinations CHURCH Ocoee. P. K.I|I Invite you try
were
I .. .... ., Openings cussed Lee and John H. Cresmen.I I for tuberculosis for Mears. minister. Residence. :27 E. Cope. visit our now
and it was decided that the I i II land Dr.. Orlando. Phone 8431. Bible school 11<<_
.--..... all on the campus students
new officers Army investigator. 9:45: a m. Mrs. DISPLAY ROOM
would be elected'July I I Ruby Stone superlntea- i.
I stater b e t D 6 Show Decline I faculty and workers was ap dent. Moraine worship 11 o'clock.: Sermon:: '!
aid. axons.raltid Rose said that Blashka in his proved. i "Doing Our Best."_ Slads-Bocth Show CM C*.

and -', statement admitted aiding Plum- I I TABERNACLE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. au W. CmtraJ rWM 5401
> Morr.jtg; Sentinel] the State Plant
Sitting Board
IHrnt Ile 1 b4itaH.eM I 17.Charity stead in the theft of a reported as 130 E. Central Ave. Morris Butler Book. I
J. I ertwul- DAYTONA BEACH Employ Ball $125 from the Orlando Bowling the control board membership approved residence. 225 S. Byer. Phone 5303. ..., _
ment In this city''f'rt a.m.. Bible school, 11 ajn.. Morning YOI"&hip.
requirements for Arthur C. Brown. State
Center. 720 N. Orange Ave June
I' tWa Jym .30 p.m.. Four Training Group'
that 6 Dlliaa and off the past month. a report 13. and In robbing a slot machineat plant commissioner a budget of 730. Evening service. MOVING ? :. i

Mrs. 1...... I ht Mt been released' by the Florida State Em- I the Officers' Club at OAAB. $305,500 which asks the' State CHRISTIAN MISSIONARY ALLIANCE r ...... '

!..*. an to- ptorment Office Indicated. Set July 2 Blashka also admitted that he Budget Commission to waive requirement I CHURCH-Anderson and Delaney Street Mown ear fllle ,....... i
The report showed that therewere : and Plumstead attempted to en- of a 10 per cent re- The Rev. H. P. Ranktn. 1:4: _.m. Sunday ORLANDOTRANSf -jj:
af
MOW my I School. 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship. CM } --
IiiI 23 local firms which required Brown said otherwise it : \
loins w take ter the Southern Music Co. store, serve. p.m. Young Peoples'. Sermon text: ll4Xj ....
.....u labor help during April and May. 'ly MRS. JAMES K. KENNEDY 232 N. Orange on May 15. but would be necessary; to dischargeeight. j I The m.:Danger Paul's of Prolonged Delay; Monday Trial.l and 730 Wednesday P.m.-: ER I STORAGE CO.
TEL MH
a )ion manufacturing, hotels CSoecial to Orlando Morning Sentinel] could,not break the' lock on the men. evening 730 p.m. Prayer Meeting. ... 4t

1'. !1. ..... lyIn ....... Cd. and laundries maintained stable NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Elks rear door. The budget includes $30,000for I --- --

""F! employment for the 60-day period Lodge will give a charity ball at Plumstead admitted. Rose said investigation In South America !Congregational

M1ebaiiy areal ay vaea- covered In the-report, while the clubhouse July 2. for the bene- I three other thefts: About $200 ot tristeza a disease said to I j' CONGREGATIONAL-Winter Part Corner ; moan MM ....Th.a
=
Interlachen and New Eneland Av.Th.
Wes arwtnd Or- mail tetaes were felt In retail fit of.the Harry-Ann Crippled from Harry's Restaurant in the have almost wiped out the citrus Rev. Louis Schulz. 6TD. pastor. 'd Drnn q :... _-.a ft" J

.. <. tr* U restaurants bakeries and Children's Home at Umatilla. At I Autrey Arcade. Oct. 19, 1948, at industry there with a view I Church gchool 9:45 a m. Morning wee .. IN 1/ .... :

.... 1\. let man production. that time a sportsman trailer will :, which 'time he also entered the to keeping it out of Florida. i I I ship Sermon 11 by a.m.Dr.Pilgrim Schuli Fellowship: "The Cost 7 PJB.i ef. .. ....S--

Over-all emploment is expected :be given away. Chairman of the'dance >I offices of County Atty. O. Ray- ', Redemption." I
Members expressed regret that
mond Ellars and Dr. Clyde Williams I .....
" to be from 9 pin until 1 ; --
the
to Increase during July report funds not available to II .
were expand .
.
V ...
pro .
in the building and Catholic #
't a.m., Will be Bill same ;
Logan. i
Mid. labor demands increase In Playing
i as
1 the work of the plant com-
.. ... order to handle the Summer tour- for dancing will be Harry Cobb's the theft of electric razors pen I ST. JAMES CATHOLIC CHURCH-317 .
'IM"itl I' missioner. N. Orange Ave. The Rt. Rev.' MMr. John .
and pencil sets and billfolds val-
......! orchestra.
tt trade. I G. Bishop pastor. Masses at 7. .. 9. 10.
f R. W. Evans was chairman of 'ued at about $136 from the Ange- I and 11 a.m. Weekday masses at 7 a aIn
a
rto J." petting in this city concentrated bilt Pharmacy on Sept. 29. 1946. I I Convent ChapeL 8 ..m. in the church
for Ells ,
supper members
In retail trade and and their I Confessions Saturday, 4- and 730-9 ....
families and Halifax Gets '
guests at the club I
rt qIB tlat.. ... f errtrc activities dropped to 78a Thursday night.. j THE CATHOLIC CHURCH OF ST.
of June 1. and there were 61 I LUKE (EPISCOPAL)-N. Main at Jefferson -
... H..rMl Initiated in o the lodge this j Aviation CourseSef St. The Very Rev. Melville X. John DIAPER SERVICE :!
MMsf raN tlt pBB.ty If I .penlng* eo file. 15 per cent below week were Din W. A. Van Nest. son. D.. D. Dean. The Rev. Robert K.Gamin. FM RM.e...... -.N PN.aaep rA1j
Canon. The Rev. John Bailey
..MBfHfef 10 ..., tar a trw dart Inmfmt the April IneLUnemployment W. H. Dove and Claude Larkin. X-ray Director i Day. canon. Third Sunday Alter Trinity, fHONli ..... ; .
Vorasia
in the
a *a4 ft.I. .*- June 22 1947. 7:30: am The Holy Com
l County area was set. at 2.000. in-i munion. 9'30 a m.. Kindergarten department
i SMM at Deland at Cathedral school 23 E. Central
5 eluding SOO veterans and 600) II Exchange Club : Ave Summer sessions of the church
which (Soeeiot Orlando Sentinel
fo Morning .
of school ( 1-9) '
women three-fourths : grades meet at the Cathedral
A. tu. Hl Jr.1oEwT QMUTlfTOYSTOYLAND I I II
mcrMMMMSSBMsl
I
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DAYTONA BEACH Halifax ; Dean Johnson's Bible class meet at
Vsf) .. lost sere estimated to be in the Dayton I the parish house 11 ..m.. Morning prayer Li :*
( V Orlando Sentinel! Hospital Supt. L. F. Grapskl an-
Tl I K .lMbto Beach area.Legion To Sponsor Special: Moming and sermon by the Very Rev.' Melville E __
MPt-tW DELAND-Orange State Flying nounced yesterday the appointment Johnson. D. D.. Dean of UK Cathedral
": t expect of Dr. C. Robert De Armas 730 p.m.. Evening: prayer.:
:"' Service will offer a Summer avia- I I
.ae..s12 win I as director'of the hospital's X-ray I
Show tion course for Stetson studentsand -1
.. tohe.nhods Players Baby local residents according to : department. I EpiscopalALL .:,
1 SAINTS' EPISCOPAL-Corner ty. _
It is the first time in the history
tSceciol to Orlando Morning Sentinel] :J. Wade Coleman owner of the man and Interlachen Winter Park.
.i. sal tom rm9Uymarred DAYTONA BEACH-The Day-!service. of the local hospital that a The Rev. James U Duncan. pasUr. ,.:Ie .1.1R
' a8I& Met full time roentgenologist has been a.m. HolY Communion. 93O a m. church
,r taeallontlmi tona Beach: Exchange Club will Instruction will be given at Schools Holy Communion. Tuesday It-OC GROVE and FARM+
\ v on the staff. It is reported.Dr. .
Get a m. St. John The Baptist Day-Holy Com
Uniformsi sponsor a baby show scheduled at the Municipal Airport and also
r I prefer the DeArmas will take over his munion. Wednesday: 10:00. am-H UConunuiiloiL
: ; I
: 4easb re to i the bandshell on the beach July at Stetson University where t| new position Tuesday Grapski miUGATIOHEQUIPMENT
1IM.aadl 17. the organization announced courses In civil air regulation !
.
;. I .ti k Aaif to 'o Or'-ondo: bforrng Sen'inell Thursday night following their meteorology and general service I said today. ;| Nazarene

.t6adlnrh. SANFORD-American Legion regular weekly meeting. of aircraft will be taught. "From now on every patient FIRST CHURCH OF THE: NAZARENC:
al aIfswei ,Junior League baseball players today {I G. D. Pinholster. chairman rei i i j who has X-ray pictures taken 1030 W. Kaley (21&t). The Rev. W. D. SALES-SERVICE
I.' N6lllas trips Any veteran may .Qualify under Croft pastor. Sunday school 9:45: a saPreaching
received W of the new uniforms ported that the City Recreational' I will receive a roentgenologist 11 ajn. and 7JO P." Youth
.. UE8 E4GENEEIG EEhH I
, tkadln
: Mir PacaarurT the GJ. Bill for such training. I
to Chick''' 730 Prayer meeting Wednesday
ordered according Department was assisting In the : consultation. This will assist in groups : p.m.
I AND DEa143tn. /
want to are Coleman explained. Twenty-eight 730 pjn.
Lsuittr. I. The last I the diagnosis since the
plans. event
attracted proper
year -
An* MHI. HIM to wfcat. I students at the university have received
The Junior Leaguers will have, ,I some 73 entries, and the com- average doctor cannot always THE CENTRAL CHURCH OF THE -
f ba/sw I MBa ray 9..c&oD flying licenses during the '' NAZARENE-402 1:. Jackson St. Walter titi&LCENTRAL _...
a double duty however, becauseof mittee hopes to reach a 100 mark Interpret an X-ray picture F. Masters pastor. Bible school 9.45
f Six already have signed -
6aw6tirr the new uniforms. Each uniform this year. past year. I' properly Grapskl said. a m. Morning worship>> with the Orlando

N. A. ..*...... ttmet itittsM opfi.VM.ff has the name of the donor i I The Exchange Club will also more for are the anticipated.Summer course.Colemansaid. and I I Dr. DeArmas is a native of Gideon speaker. Society.630 P.m.Marvin, Youth PoweO.group meeting guest- 1emu. _

..... N Btomaa naB: cms in navy blue felt letters sponsor a model AMA plane Florida. He received his MD at ,. 7:30: p.m. Evening evangeUsU
sendee.I
'and the wearer will feel It his dutyto I meet on Sunday 'afternoon. Louisiana State University and :
toot bu t
N/ei r k r this I l
Sss 0.05505
his firm name through June %9. at Tomoka Field Or- : .
carry I
: interned at Tampa Municipal
.. I
anI pjc
span any Obituaries Lutheran .........
to victory. mond. I .. ., -
Hospital. He did two years residency I *T, PAUL'S 'LUTHERAN Corner t. c
\ .. Hatfr Four more suits are due to arrive Larry Roller, WMFJ, news caster -} INFANT BORNMANN I work in X-ray at Turo Infirmary I Church and S. Lake Sts. The Rev. 0. K. ""'

ri Mon completing: the 16 ordered was guest of the club and addressed DAYTONA BEACHServiceswere In New Orleans and later I Liden pastor. Morning worship. at 11 SMUECO& _ca
;: lttpg .'clock. Church school; at 9 41 ...
w I l Lasiter said. Those reeehed the gathering briefly. held for the sevenmontholdson '''served as X-ray director at Cen- I : EUv atMiM alta aai4yt11r -,

haA .e f are marked: Family Loan of Mr. and Mrs. John Born- tro Asturiano Hospital. Tampa.He TRINITY EV. LUTHERAN-X. living,*.

..... Co. Florida State Bank. Holler mann. 29 Halifax Park at 10:30 entered the Army In May 1942 ;I stop. M Ave.A., at pastor.Ruth 9.45 St. Albert..m. Sunday H. D. school Sisal.ski. Kt1\"D\ >.Is> t t fII

1M..' Motor "Sales. Kader's Jewelry and Brown Asks ajn. Friday at cedar Hill Ceme- and was stationed at Fort; McClel {!' and 12 Bible ctaM. 11 a.. DMM Communicants.worahln. '' 1 1 111Fi71. 7:38: F. M. 11 << ..
Rock Tire Shop. Roumillat tery.The land. Ala. acnm.RthheeVinheraann '
...IUH l child. Robert E. Bommann I 230 hour WLOF)

... "*(**"* 'e Anderson Drugstore Stricklandand PartnershipDissolution died Thursday night at the Hali- Dr. DeArmas Is married and I League.3 p m. Lutheran Women's Missionary .O&JU DEVOTOs-Mb0. 1050 t A. 0tt ... '"

d tm *.*.*...> F-" Morrison. Yowell Co. Math- fax Hospital and Is survived by his i has three children. He has t j I -- --

... ... 6at.sGov era Furniture. Hill Hardware: Co. I parents. a brother. John Albert A. i lived In this city for about a MethodistREEVES I "' .,

.... Palter United Lumber Co. and Hill Lumber Bornmann. and his grandparents year. I MEMORIAL METHODIST't tI

1\:1.: lie a ** an Sunday Co. i Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Briggs and Mr. I Under his working agreementwith CHURCH-111* K. fern Creek The Rev.

.... a. I ski tw eatehtngfipa that [fSpe-: -t)1 to Orlando Mom.ng Sentrhl.; II and. Mrs. E. H. Bommann. all of the local hospital he will con- I B.9:45 William ajn. Palmer W. C pastor Logue. n Cbnrca rlDwDdn&school. J

me rfc Utt subtace of the Sonic depth surveys show DELAND-Because of an alleged : this city. tinue in private practice but the Morning worship 11 a-sa. Trait lUosliAp

mud on the sea bottom is 9.000 exclusion from participation hospital will receive most of. his I 8:43 p.m. Evening worship 730 pm ...'4 ,.

feet down In places. i i in the profits of their business. MR. JOHN EDMUND BEASLEY attention. COSS MEMORIAL IIIIETMODIST-30. S.

MttTUKE --- Earl W. Brown yesterday filed a MOUNT ODRA John Edmund t The X-ray department of the! Jackson St. The Rev. John T. Dtiuley. f)
.a..ww w [ pastor. Sunday school at 9 45 am. Mar
INSIST ON bill of complaint in the Circuit Beasley. 99. died at Waterman hospital Is a self-supporting unit. tog worship at 11 ..m. Evening warshipat !

OUTBOARD MOTORS -QUALITY TASTE- Court Clerk's office asking for a Memorial Hospital Friday. and Dr.: DeArmas will receive 730 pm. Intermediate and Senior ,1

'ft ._ .act, ,Ii onrup ... BAKED GOODSA : dissolution of the partnership between ,, Besides his widow, he is survived 40 per qnt of the gross receipts MTF at."6-45.Evening Morning": Dally test Vacation"ArousedCuriosity. Bbl .

et.--ptit .<*. rWYCKOFFS" tsnrrelp Product ot him and his brother Robert by four daughters: Mrs. Ida Pea- Grapski stated. School procram by children .< the Vacation -
H. Brown. The two brothers have cock at Tampa. Mrs. W. )L Owensof Bible SchoolCONCORD _
BAKERY __
C SCHMIDT'S the Hotel Orlando. Mrs. H. M. Hunt of _
owned and managed PARK METHOOIST-701 W.

<..%*. ttt+H-..... ....... 11M Or..|t *J... Wtstter Par' Putnam for a number of years Kinirsport. Term, and Mrs.Thomas EAL Adds Second Concord at Parramor Ave. WDltass..It
P.M.rh..131W ..
... open t AA J U I Irwin paster. Church: school 94* I I
116a a arH Ape Mtail Tinsley of Winter Haven; five .
Morning worship 11 .m. Methodist Tool
iI I II
d here.The bin further alleges that sons. Jr. and Ernest E. of Howey- Flight From Detroit I FeDowhip his P.moyri > t 7 4HE 4---
7:45: p.m. Morning Is.
hasrefosed to in-the-Hills. Harold H. of Orlando -
: : ? Robert Brown :'
ward. ChristwardEvening sermon "Th*
u give him an accounting of the and Benjamin of Tangerine. I I A new flight linking Orlando Leading ot The 8 1m" 1 II

iiliLr7'RUBBER 8 THE ,i I> business and has not made pay Mr. Beasley was born in Charl- 'with Detroit. Cleveland Akron. I' FIRST METHODIST : '
CHURCH Main 4s
Savannah Jack- -:
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ment of an alleged amount due. ton County Georgia..In 1848, and Winston-Salem Jackson St. Dr. John BranscMnb. ...... I LUTHERAN MMWIOI
IMKNM MW MeufRT FLOW COVERING I The plaintiff requests the courtto lived there for many years. Be- sonville, West Palm Beach and The Rev. Robert Blackburn. associate pas Os/hrl Nra
J fore coming to Tangerine ten Miami will start here today tor. Sermon text:: 11XW a.. -What IsUJe ,,atop 61a1 tiu
decree partition of both the + $ 3O P
M.
I CO a 7-30 pjn "The Power i Ha BgrrecUoa. t ;
WsUBC (I WRIGHT THE '. residence [adjoining the hotel] years ago. by Eastern Air Lines C. S. SmithEAL ." -_ --.- r.se..o... ,,assLLTIIELtt4

I IHt H nil and of the hotel property by com Services win be held from the station manager announced !
Milt .ne MOL'DEN. .
Ht OrUnd METHODIST'CHURCH
f HEIGHTS ;
the second mta(1f tin.! s 3 -
Church It win be "
of
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the court and. God here Sunday at yesterday.
"M '.... mission named by -26th St. OB Orange Bioueaa.
'r1alKrc wl. T if it is found impracticable to.di- P- nx, with the Rev. T. Z. Bennett daily flight from Detroit. :_ i Cii6IST.CL'tTilltU" ....... tt... 61 e.s

then it is asked officiating. Burial will be in For- The flight will originate at Detroit .
I 'vide the property, Tai. nr Et U"11I "--' .... a
MW: LOANS-$7,660 that the property be sold to the est Cemetery Rehbaum Co. in at P:30 PJn. and arrive In Ap/cfurcof ;' 75s 5'P Alta,. ........ yam,Pq,-', I
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JIOMES-l00 GJL charge. Orlando Continuingon .... .
highest bidder with a division of at 5:38 am. I II:" A M. Nv0. s r

.. dawn Myt..at" M apprtx. Sit per mo. tDlrible Veterans the proceeds.: I' to Miami it win arrive thereat roN 1:1': u."rap.-.aa.: .... N. M .... s ,.. ..

I lJw2SfS4fc5Sll< ***' gait e..rw!' ()Udlren Drive. FUNERAL SERVICES: 7:27 ajn. Orlando now will WATCH fl i iI I JUI: .LM, Dies. W r> -- i

....... ..... .... ae9.g iMBt, ICnnH r.gcie.. .tecee ner i For Dr. E.J. Lawrence who died i have 11 EAL flights daily six "ntM.d ate toy rya kal ages MeN 4 :, J el a I
-""- large MOJOI 1 Thursday win be held in Norwalk southbound and five northbound I -
to 1l q.UI
*.LAL M-- .0lto left oei i i.txlrs. UTTV i tb .
Pat T.
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= Par eD tfI O. Saturday. '" a
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: .a Katwrtay and Sunday it. 5 PolL I Wt visit! u express ear 'CR
CIWOO to ear many friend for their acts I
DEVELOPMENT CO. .f Undoes, and tokens<< .f sympathy re- AI Jabry, former Premier of Syria U rue are Lw Sesed 0Ml 6 p .r" .....
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... ar.tJa. 107 LOBELIA WNY SMEDLEY OF -SO THE RUSHTAHEAD.IF YOU Golden Orange Jufei
/t..s..e.n. "'.-1 0t $ Losses a Need of
(lia.. I Army Recoups CERTAINLY COURSE T DONT MIND, FELLOWSCANT PREFER THE COMPANY OP
.. ....... N .. OS.. Ofa1. dtttlre THOSE LOWLIFES TO ME
HAS SILLV! IT'S PER.OBJECTION
w tIN r Musts $i. 11Th. I If ClEW 'PEARSON ; NO HOW PECTLY ALL RIGHT UNDERSTAND AND MY POOR.DEAR 4MOTHER. In Europe Stressed by VsftorTdltcr / ?

.. .rwt. wi i
tIll WASHINGTON Representatives of three Senate
t t er+. .. P. tr.... N. eve ... TOGEORGE'S WTTM ME! AMINUTEI'LL WHY HETURNS VOO DECIDEPORYOUSCELPBU1' :
committee had a hard time getting the Armyto ).forninlIfftWYI

"-"-- ;:;:;..., Mere.t = 11.11; I.ta, IMtI"Dater admit much blame regarding the $900 million CALL'PLAYING DOWN PLEASE PONT CON : Curus. Orlando juices haw been likened Atli 1ti

...... ........ W. w. <.. T a....... .... 0*. I Russian occupation-mark loss but they did extract -GEORGE TO THE ALL THEIR by a that dotter u iN purest .f I
& w. UM %, kW ..... List f. ....... CUM ...... the admission that the War Department was POKES MB 4ONE t g INVITATIONS- SIDE ME.AFTER1 ALL liquids for human C'CIftMftpUIMI' :

.... ...rt I.MM NMMM G....,, S.t Tius.Ca I making up its loss by converting U. S. charitable I'M MERELY VOUt next to mountain ,prtnt rater' IJ

..... .......... > MM CMMM MMUM, Pus S. v. contributions sent to European refugees and displaced wIFE the war-ecntuHd people rand ;f

1 err $t r, C4, c. YIa L T, MM T.... s-t. persons Into occupation marks. I 1ti e! EUrope are atatrinhuaun'':$S: J

ilk to a' asswMt.1 'Pt.w I It was New Hampshire's Sen. Bridges initiator i new and Jjjfcannot
:.. re avl. .ar. exist In a state of
of the Russian who drew out this
.... ... currency.,,_ :_,__probe t t f ? food tenets
ti the meager
:;:z:::: : '- & being on
i ia1..l omission. Having! listened vo the KrX' Ie
M ktlip.I.d tratea.and aduiuratei ataBawj I
of how it loaned the
5 ... / ./ ..... e Army's story the majority m the waMot eouA-
!:.......... dl Me.rtMN Russians our currency plates to i; tl tries and regiona :-
.0 .swese z print paper occupation money. i Before I left Conaertteirt to tw ,

pig 1.\1' lVlfl ii. 1011TGIMV1 Bridges' asked Asst. Sec. of War V come a Floridian. woman. Aaaer-,j

-. Petersen: 'lean born who had bred Uwwoh I Town BattU
"Having got yourself In that i two world Wan to Otrmaftf'

THOlCltT situation It Is clear that what you came to see me upon beams that I

'RJ,. A_ said. tiMe Paul. Almoci thou\ I are doing is taking the charitable I'I'i .I was a vegetarian. When I atr- Flies !in Ww

peersaalt MM M be a cnrirtian-, Acts 21:1.: i contributions the individual send. 1 ved this pale. a&4.fd.maA ai'
e f glass of fresh ma*& :
ins of money, the payment of i lane Poiii
sew t' ef w Christian, Individuals would German war prisoners all to get golden orange )uice. she too OM Against !
tI
40ale. KM eet4e would be obedient to i i the War Department out of the !i I long swallow Then the put sobbed lr. OCATMCU .

to! Dui. +.vtu. tarorrupt, and then world i hole that somebody got It into by I t head for down several on my rain table*!** and"Oh. my I at1ea
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.., ... ftar feronr ta nth t thl'' Pearson building up this situation. Is not : \ friend.' she 1&14. 1011 tUftM a"I! I

Ii'. that true?" know the need of those I left wf' : :

"That la correct." admitted Petersen. "And the hind In Germany for web fed uthiI.
.. ... .. d o10teMlg
Truman Acts only alternative to proceeding the liquidation of 621Mh indicatinf the glass of .rAnd .. ,....... .

Wisely Again those holdings as we are proceeding is to ask I .L, ,IM7 U, t.Dlf.te Ae e01te.K.T ,F K. l ann Juice.I wtta itsalM i. .
Congress for an appropriation. Those the only I!I still our leaden talk *i .gs .
tftMUTtOK WRITTEN IN the heat of are li sea* ... la "< .p
| alternatives i food for the unfortunate to tmI
two there are. ......" 'he a 1MdR "'
** a"|tr. ribk pressure and indignaIKMI I I I of dollars instead of need! steel .,.... ....
He assured the Senators that the War De- tat4l .
i I Your editorial >on food
..... M .*.e partment did not intend to ask for an appro- Farm Budget Cut Body Blow!t'l of dollars for Eurepel: are poffiiHI r09 rbe

Wt tkt t Prti. Truman was right in priation. I I to the right direction and tfce. teV i9 F I
and !
vegetable IJ'O'WftI
and
***** rife Tafr-Hartler. Labor Bill. The assistant war secretary also stated that 'ESoeti0l[ l to Orlando Morning Sentinel]] Sen. Pepper asked the committee ''to the pre-war,- level. whereas,,I rus prccesson should take .M.4- ,

|| wee MnctHrtd during a aeries of the decision to turn American currency plates over WASHINGTON The reduction -I I to restore $25 million to prices of other farm products are I!I MRS. LORA KEM ROM
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Itatltf sad Mr a poHtlcal baby nurtured to the Russians for printing occupation marks was of $340 million below I the rural electrification program now higher than ever before. He IW'ged ] :r : rife :-
made by the Treasury and State Departments. .
the budget estimate of $1,189 or else at least 0,000 this increase to prevent the i 1 Insurance/ Maa Answers
top fM Rtfutaltcan. Party' desire to lure farm families Including thou- abandonment of millions of boxes ,,I tf'
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I million for the fiscal .year i ii sands of veterans would be deprived Critic of f His Profusion
...t.i la M baiwvr.Etrtfi "A combined United States-United Kingdom i i of grapefruit and other citrus -rlifl5
In i. ending June 30, 1948, in the of the benefits of electric products such as occurred this year Editor. Orlando persist Bun*.!; '"
decision was taken early 1044 that a German- I I .
far laWr Itself, there are few United States Department of Agriculture power. because of the price decline. It wu with ama m.nt *** I f.i we" I
mark would be used S
the combined
currency by appropriation is a body He requested the committee : lie urged the committee to restore aiding
... atf. kit ual.aitm shouldn't be read a letter from l E. 14 Kf J
military forces for expenditures In Germany Petersen ; blow at the economic and social raise the school lunch appropriation 'I the soil conservation payments ungenUemaniy tnewauMi r--

f..fk4 .....h.. There is unanimityUtooiheat 1 explained "Because we had the facilities, the i! welfare of .the farm populationand from $45 million to $75 million to farmers to S3tl mil i i I salesmen. I know tfeat eef P. : ..

l lb. aatloa aa this point. r printing was done In the United States. The I may help to contribute to a ,. and permit the States to use lion from about $165 million because : derwriter to thus aeeltn w JI
recession less Che the proceeds from the of the number of cooperating :: ..
Bat wt befcevt it unwise to too Soviet authorities agreed to use a German-mark I buying power on sale I resent this aecttsattaa.The a d .
place '' currency of the same design but refused the part of the people and lower living lunches to undernourished needy farmers in the program to writer has held ey" .... M-.. .siM ..
4f.... aurbt e. the organizations of the offer of the U. S.-U. K. authorities to furnish I standards according to Sen. PeP- children for matching these Fed-: improve the fertility of the soil in the local association and IHM- ,.Seta!. .

*.f Vfef man The American laboring man the Soviet with adequate supplies of Allied mili per.Although eral monies. The present matching ; is rising steadily. out exception we bare the AM$ _, .
.4| .*..a up KM own house sooner or later. tary-mark the net cash Income'of ratio is about $2.20 of State fundsto He also requested Increases in group of men all of M al ears .
currency. farmers in 1946 was $11 billion every dollar of Federal monies. the appropriation for the Forest',
Wt believe the union-curbing legislation "On April a. 1844." continued the Assistant Sec- the largest in the history of American -: Otherwise the number of children Service for wildlife management' sentkmen.We hare just lids a *ea..eaYsa ...... ...... .,>>.. .

thanK lie a l *ie and an encouragement to retary of War."the Russian Government sent a note agriculture and although the ; aided would be lowered from 5- in our national parks in the here in a local hotel ant ttte '1Na. .ltlaeit .00 Se. .-..'=-.. ,
that fure4e' iteu e not delivered to the Russians the Soviet Govern- in his the this would mean 14,000 helped Instead for hospital at _-. rs.d fly Ifoa f
aartli. fmattivt form of law which would peak prosperity, per workers a that they never had ft i mess ....
teed' further. unrest and eventual men would be compelled to prepare independently capita income of persons living on I of 85,000. Pepper stated.He Belle Glade and elsewhere mar gentlemanly and better IfMP .1 it1tl : tIlaats
resurg- military marks for Germany of Its own pattern. farms was about half of that for asked that $35 million be restored keting agreements the control of men at a coarentteo.more. rwthrt- I. :: i I
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taft of tin political warfare. ...On April 16, 1944. the Soviet Ambassador was urban dwellers. In fact, living I to the program for direct molds on vegetables and on pink this party ta very BUM* to
Pros, Truman acted with standards farms do loans for the of farms boll-worm infection in Florida wild i --
courageously furnished with glass negatives and positives of on our not purchase error when she saw "IK" ttmr ::.7 tree
this ..... .with the tax bill veto. He acted. plates, together with technical Information on measure up in the non-rural sec and $30 million for production and cotton. hands in your poeketteet and test .. fMa/glrll f tMa! Isle !
tions of nation he said. subsistence loans to needy farm- Sen. also presented testi-
our Pepper
as Democrat the party which has been Inks paper and other' elements of the printing He continued: Both of these programs have I,Ierst i mony on the need for establishing caring whether tfee .....sit* tI ..._
company accept er net. ff
if* people's party' down through the years. process." "Our objective should be the helped Increase farm ownershipand a laboratory at Orlando to develop I her tnformaUoQ.AYKIr"Jell twit j

Bat bttttr Hill ht acted with the wisdom Even the dry. colon were shipped to the raising of those living standards I decrease farm tenancy and better methods of controlling decal -: only paid for the bunaett Ke eMewKs.. tar smirk

an WfUpant of the White House should Soviet cone and they printed the currency with for those sections of our economy Ito, place many needy farms on a' of Florida citrus fruits. He places. wM I
which far below established I I self-supporting basis. Unless this out that failure to develop : -
are pointed
fc | L. W KKWBT
lit MS leadership. one own Ink. Furthermore they still have the a pates ..
et
levels of decent living for the na is done thousands of veterans who methods of satisfactory controlling'
The Senate should sustain the White plates and are still printing the currency, as far 1 I t-nitr iM a -
Yet will Florida citrus M
tion. the Senate Is asked to are applicants for these loans decay hill cost the
K.... veto and Congress then could go u Petersen knows. I approve an appropriation already I I be unable to get them. industry millions of dollars as it Reader Declares/ Calendar :.tsetse.

about the labor curb task In a more tem- Senators Knowland of California O'Mahoneyof reduced by almost 40 per cent,.of I I Sen. Pepper asked the committee has already done. He stated that Change ef Little Concern pa..:
and Morse department of the Federal Government to restore funds which could I I the investment of $50.000 in a I
pmtt, frame of mind.Usdcrthip Wyoming of Oregon all Joined a I '' Editor. Orlando Morning BeattMl. .. a
Bridges vigorous cross-examination of the Army. serving our farming population be used to support the prices of' laboratory might save the Florida It is hard for me to undmUatf i.fI' i
However they failed to bring out the fact that the with low standards of living |citrus fruits which are the only citrus fruit growers as much as why a so called ChristUA eels> N.

Shows Its Results'rHE 'Russian money was printed with an 0" preceding relatively speaking. major farm products to fall almost ,, $3 million. I II should be so perturbed aba tf* e1. IM .

the serial number therefore could have been distinguished chanalnf of a calendar Wftf Mt
HARD-HITTING, AGGRESSIVE I by U.. S. authorities and refused as concern themselves mete wMi ." i

1 Vnked Growers and Shippers Assn. legal tender. Instead a black market in cashing This Vet Wants Job Experts Named I God's law of brotherly" lave Why --
a make such aa Issue. of the Hebrew. -.. v.sttlat...
M ifftte femes up with the answer to its sucxttt Russian-printed money for U. S. dollars flourished I Sabbath

$s a citrus organization.At in Germany. NOTE-To employers to. Since every day la holy unto fee IliftIW on ,t Irl t tSe9INH
EDITOR'S give opportunity
tilt annual the other Petersen seemed confused as to whether the an provide Lord. I am sure these who. w...
me ting day,
instead of routine andseteelsry's United States was obligated to cash the Russian work for disabled war veterans the Orlando Morning Sentinel To Aid BankersFive !: ship on Sunday are not at al ....- Is bhL.iM 1 r t
dry president's
I money. In fact, he completely contradicted himself. will publish In co-operation with the Florida State Employment cerned about what the CeeunMfc Artier ---

reports two far-sighted plans "So that we have a definite obligation there dow Service case histories of qualified ex-GIs seeking employment). I i on Foreign Affairs U dwIc wIN 1 +IiMi a steer. rise.r Ieerwtg

.la help the industry were presented. not Mr. Secretary" asked. Sen. Bridges referring I Florida Bankers' Assn. I'I I the calendar, for they are aware li ....

c came from student of export pos- to U. S. obligation to redeem the. Russian Because of recurrent attacks of malaria physicianshave committees will have the benefitof that the first day of te week it fi 1{ i

..*rtjtlts. Herbert J. Krauel forecast a ordered today's veteran, a graduate of Orlando High 'I services of a group of special- to Saviour commemorate: and His their lees tee MMi A 'hII. .
mutt.We I i I rentmettep. eslt& p--
.urge potential market in Western Europe, have an obligation to redeem them." Petersen School, not to climb. He used to be a telephone lineman. Ists and experts from the University The Sabbath ia a attn I****** :: : w-

If properly developed over a long range. agreed. Now he thinks he's best qualified to be an electrical cf Florida during the next ', God and the children el brae aM| :-a. 1101 a fa I
However this sta.tement'seemed to have slipped year Pres. Alfred A. McKethan. !I'I'BrooksviIle. Israel U not The Owe fw Tfce' dew attNr/
but will take he's
appliance repairman anything physically
ttt ether came from Dolph Keene's Petersen's mind when he declared later: "Senator !! : said yesterday in announcing Churchu not born tmta alter ISM I
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capable 01 aorng. He wants to support -' of .
the appointments the
teatralisea1 marketinf committee. we are under no obligation to redeem. this 'cur his wife and child. the Lord left this earth Mr to tiitSi1
following consultants: Israel any ether Batten .... ..
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Both trade good hard selling sense. rency. His Marine Corps training Included Educational committee Bert "One man .. i
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Hear ens dair ifIIIIf !
"But u a matter of fact we are doing it' work as a switchboard Optimists t r C. Riley. dean. General Extension abaTe "tHIMth.
Tht answer to the success of United is Bridges pointed out. technician and it also involved 72 Division. UofF; citrus committee: j another *maji *M os j

the'" caliber of its leaders. J. J. Parrish. the "No, we are not redeeming it," argued Petersen. days: of unrelieved combat duty. Dr. A. F. Camp. vice-director Citrus I be every fully day Persuaded alike Let ta e,"his, elute .. -
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Indian River veteran was re-elected president "We have accumulated. more than we should have. Attached to the artillery bat- Experiment Station. Lake Alfred mind." Roma. It.|. owyt -a.: :

and Murl) Pact was returned as general yes." talion of the 12th Marine Regiment Air Safety TalkSafety : livestock committee: Dr. A. )! 11M. t w. I':: : :

for the 11th Down "What Is the extent of the obligation of the he went overseas early in L. Shealy, animal industrialist _.- .
manager year. g
the war serving in New Zealand and head of Department of Animal t.
through the list ef officers and directors American Government at this moment?" inter- Guadalcanal and Bougainville.. in aircraft Is a predominating Husbandry. Cif/f Right f. ffMff Troths .

i we fiftd tort of the top men in the Indus rupted"None.O'Mahoney" declared of Petersen.Wyoming., After his first attack of malaria factor with all airlines Agriculture committee: Dr. all/ Coon0DrrVt/ ; / Sheen I
Clarence V, Noble, head professor.
he was back on duty in a Oscar Bergstrom.vice-president of Editor. Orlando Meratef aM e'MM'

l i 117.n banded together In the SOs.. and -S that the responsibility of the United week. Florida Airways.: Inc told mem- Agricultural estry committee Economics: Dr. Harold and New for- :I In response to awneram 8Mta. tirI to w a sA ,
of the
edd:1 bers Optimist Club at
that their organization would be States now to redeem. this outstanding currency) Following a further month of luncheon yesterday.The a Inc director of School of Forestry I theas to whether QrUo4 ka.

< than a citrus pressure group. This is stn!" combat the Orlando veteran was safety problem In airplaneshas from to remove Uwek era.. Pew ...1 I I1.

lM ere lure succeeded in accomplishing by "Zero. Correct reiterated the Assistant Secre- sent to Guadalcanal to preparefor not been licked but progress Dean Johnson Road Dept.Colonial at Tallahassee Drtvt. the WM 1tleNsa
the invasion of Guam. He was aM I Mt
ping new ideas at the industry almost tary of War. 4 I in safety precautions is advancing various field agents hat -
'I
I** with the first landing party. ,' he said. rep. .
All ef which apparently adds to the fact edly r I
up stated ta wrtuaa
afal tr. and ? and MtIer-
Following seven days nightsof '
I He cited statistics to show that
** With. the e i pert project and centralized that the Army did redeem the Russian-printed ,' heavy combat and attack after : air traffic fatality rate per 100 Defends U.S. the wise Federal that tw State Road fkpt ee M m.M 4\1.
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marks until It piled up a deficit estimated by: some attack of malaria, he was returned million miles of travel was con Oorernmeat feat M I 'iii
sung as new objectives United is in for at S900 million: but now is not redeeming them. i<' hospitals at Pearl Harbor and 'siderably less than automobile authority over the city ftf !)arms ,.. .. *w a

tMthtr lively year a year of activity Note.-Lt. Gen. Bedell Smith the general staff l''to the States.Information. traffic fatalities. j'. Public Housing : regarding the routine .* t..... r .eslbw rest

which should benefit the entire industry. officer in charge,of the currency situation was In'I'I regarding' a possi- II. over department Colonial Dive and Our"'1'N be bed rat 7 :
the United States few ble Job for this local veteran Bergstrom reviewing briefly Dean Melville E. Johnson has take the na ... r NOM -p
days vacation from
a
on
ago should be sent to Florida State i the recent reorganization of chairman of the Orlando Public I that a monklpaW has ...... II rlMMrit .sl a .., __
A GeM Citizen Is Lost his job u Ambassador to Moscow. But. though his ., Employment Service 22 E. Pine Florida Airways said the com Housing Authority, yesterday! lion over the 111M to handle s..4 Warn aria a.. T. r. .... 1

I vacation tin had a couple of weeks to run he St, telephone 7178.. pany's planes were equipped : scored assertions by Clark Daniel. ; govern traffic w &a the Espu s4 .... .. -- J
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4 MISSED BY his thousands of flew back to.Paris shortly before the Senate began I with all known safety devices. ; spokesman for NatiQnal Home and I the munidpalHy" II .... 1 '", ?

JPt SORELY Its probe of the Russian marks scandal. He said that Florida Airways ,, Property Owners Foundation that This ruling. applies M/. If leMee.e .. I

throughout Orange County will School Laws'G' has a personnel of 85 on an annual public housing should be llquidat->' without reservaaen., U tNir" .. ...... wa .
Dr. [ I ......
t genial E. J. Lawrence of Winder- payroll of $250,000. ed. !i -- .
Most avid White House fan of the Congressional
M' "Anyone advocating liquidation -
mere Ted D. Haynes was taken into .
West Orange wilt miss him most of all. Record is; the President who reads it every day I PraiseEducator the club as a new member. of the National Housing .Agency' +rrtar a ''I
from cover to cover. Despite the accent on I l It was announced that James i iDtdfenweirth. and all public housing projects I S. Senator :
I
Kt treated
practically everybody in that economy. Rep. Hagen of Minnesota is getting the past president either 1 is badly misinformed or is

tettttfi down through the years and Red Lake-Clearwater River flood-control project : Of would leave Sunday for Denver to serving some ulterior motive. ,"

brought many a West Orange citizen into he la promoting for Northwest Minnesota. GOP I attend the Optimist International' Dean Johnson declared HORIZONTAL selrtlk m..... e t
"Housing projects established
tht world. leaden cut the heart out of Western reclamation I Legislature School laws are enacted"the most by the progressive lOn convention June 25. here have meant a lot to people! 1.7 Pictured i Dl10etrtd a

Dr. Lawrence lived a full life of unoeihtsh but popular young Hagen has convinced them single! piece of legislation, on- I not able to own their homes," he U S. senate, 1 areatM ., .
service after an infection blocked that this Northwest Minnesota, area has been hard education ever enacted in the The ramjet airplane engine can said. 14Retpon4! It'snric we t t

& what be brilliant hit by floods. The coming baseball game between .I I'I United States." Dr. R. L. Johns i be designed for flight at various I IS Extension I tie..e ,....
to
premised a surgical Senate and House members win be umpired professor of education at the University : altitudes, highest so'far being 17'' Bulgarians are noted for their tune tear W pie e

i farter bV the "Mutt and Jeff" of Congress: GOP Rep. of Florida and member of miles. i 1 great strength and long life. UUmbtII : hef+stI ..., _
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I His lift was a shining example to young I'I Stockman Oregon (18 ft. 6 in. and Democratic. 1 the State Department of Education -- j 117 "tqwtrt ..|fl I'f'f' MWHWf23L -

j men ia the medical profession. Rep., Albert. Oklahoma [S ft. 4 in.] told the Kiwanis luncheon OUR BOARDING HOUSE Snare ......t.p $ ..... ...... es _-" 1

esterday. _-_ :0 Heed elhalei It De1o+ tt ...... .
Also a member of the Citizens fa.. 4 1 1 was
GREAT cAESAR'rwIe sg w"f 1DlVE i ii ...
Orlando Morning Sentinel Radio Committee en Education. he said DESPOTIC' : JUDGE KNOW HS( m/ VDORSSS( CAUGHT GeT r"'l i 21 Children I'trait .Wds.i -..

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t I tN elal ----- .- S:'Vwrto Jteycecil Bran --_ Beetea ''f1IU Party '' Asia, Dr. Johns said we would Ib Mttte .
= ..11 ......,. Mr. u_' I 4> Chr. Bet Prom Dues Orehertra Fee ------..--.- :' have to prove Democracy was bet- i JI Itslilr airy
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t l 41 -- ..,Os.lee_ ,.. C1.lilt, __ .... ,.... --- RavaH Can _rghkltlits )tent'', ter than Communism and that one ;j 33 Malayan eaaaet .
.. fee ae/ ___' :I: = Doney __ Hawaii Calls ._, r.hketDSU !stet'is to do this 31 College
t eo, -- Pate -... Diana Unsl -... Cutaia TlBt -! way was through education tEl t rfeer '
:: .ttfJl .l/e ht eRlt / U Oklshoee J RenBdBportf rersde _. Cunata Tins I here at home.Education 37 Work unit
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( TJO lURfe_ Ball Saturday's 8p rUrJ te make Democracy strong, be, 1
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I 1-e:1-- ", 5.14 .... trio ....... Tvsditt.s M>d Calmer _- Better Half ---.Its Dane tlm s ... I said and should be available to 4 1 Th 1, 43 Exist t
r tu wu p,1. Rue Wilt 0 Mee n i o0 B01 Ooodwlsi Show Mighty Casey ...- :Hit Ponds | ail In equal quality, ill's 4)ArgentiBaUmber ,
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t 1Msp 7.... lntt!-- Cat. Kit Mrtaad Kith Adrcatmr _Therm a Aucttom 1 The Rev. Marshall C. Dendy t
Aw.alNr' :: Ss{. Kite Serenade ana AdrenUre ? WORE Jamkoree' .: '
i.8'i'f1f T'* 5)0 was presented with a citation from t, tC
yy eN ?eM Tile U HenrV Bin Law i.. Uvaleal Sa* e ** I V i 41 Toll.wrs
a I VL N.ste Put 'This b Hollyw'd fill lanes _-,- Mulcal Bhe 'Kiwanis, International for his 41 1
...:-....,. .....-...-.. t JO Clouds Thenl Or. Uorder IT. We. Musical abcveaa work as past president of the Or perishing to ;
f I aa .. iii.u t.. ..... : ht. MaL rW161a I 41 CU.d' Taorml Or. M.rder s VI. M"e Marleil 8ho caew Undo Club. Enoch
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-11'I fI' -.u.-.M16. 8M.: Draau e4 PaTtiM Ortff Williaaa Resdea Wk Bay club should re-establish its dental 4 1z 51 Riveniru&eral I .
r i"' Cl.. = a.... 1'r1ao' ... i 16 4* U... lUrer -- O.Nf..* --- Bgndei'a Wh shy clinic for underprivileged chil (
lua ttenae: : Jr.., -_ MDartt' Nf" ------ dren. A mail vote will be takenon vehicle I
i -.P Ie.-.. T're. __ BaD 8coreI Puce Orcb. -.., Tke cack 0rd1. .
tr -, 11:00 Baac 6rth rtr __ Caae Oreku. _Three San Trie.. this subject during the next VESTtCALllletaticorii
f ctt.rdU 1 Dane* OreheeU Orch.- ,.._- Pilban _Beatb Or.>> two weeks- !
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t ..... .... ..... ,.,... y.....a te i L B.rt; 11'if ronce Orchertra__- Navy has a "canning": process r tYi YOUR VE 3 Phi ipphe
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'Glades National Park Creation Order Signed, t j jDifficulties





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i Saturday, June (9rlttnb SlIming
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Seen Historic Oak Auction Prices i I .. p -a.# w- ....' Oversees __ i/1


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In Watson Suit i Stage Upturn .::">..., Need SRIIfi 11

State Park .'- '
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..; s.x Fears DwindleJACKSONVILLE tZ

f ,, TALLAHASSEE fAPl Florida t rs'Y'
Need for Funds also obtained a new State Park NEW YORK -' Citrus prices AtReserWM W. j

,' tettentay GOT Caldwell buying made a strong comeback this TAP] Threat ji

'I' Uw historic Live Oak Reservation week, and most of the losses of of a city-wide bus strike here today ji
I II en Santa Rosa Peninsula, near last week were regained auction dwindled last night. I l a b g 5p p i

I M C" .... ....dna NaM4 ,I| Peaaeola. from the War Assetsi figures Indicate. Both Florida and The bus drivers' union executive 4"t Hattiian <.* **

i ... br It ,..,. u5naar I i Atratfttotrauon for., $100.000. California citrus shared in the ad- + .. committee said it would recom- i Itjpl **Moa* MMr ofr
p..ar'+. .. The lJ37-acre reservation was but P : t4k .
fl.sllln.aa vances. Offerings were lighter, mend acceptance of a company +w s *rl4
1IIM1._p_4i .W 1M marIM pwehased "hy the Nary In 182S hare not reached a scarcity point proposal for a 10 per cent increase s -..
/ lad. ...sl 1ft. wa.La and seeded to lire oaks to be used yet on any of the Florida fruit in pay.J. be 1 # --+ aed Kt.
l ...... =_ M p.M e br.t to the building of warships. It dealers report. .. .va.:: ..
r fusee 1lrl ...... Ie be- wa declared surplus only last However some of the buyers ap- and L. Nettle president committee of the member AFL s *

t1MSe'MSUtewtarJ Aifr pear to be anticipating needs as Amalgamated Assn. of Street M yr rr..as.aNl a .

Aw Caldwell said the State plan the shipments are dropping off. .- ,: Electric Railway and Sister spar.. -

I -sBM ea'.ttatt1Mn lo retain !. their prevent eonittWMi First ear of California grapefruit Coach employes here said the tea p
... tasesist N the oak fomu oricinal- of the season appeared on ,'. offer would be voted on at two InNarasn.w
= .bra a .**. sheet b destined to i become warship the market and averaged Sf.19. meetings late last night.

w1M wMN .(- tleben--and .. add recreational California grapefruit shipments bop I
_a .... .> Mpownent I farilHie. that will attract have began to roll in volume, <: John L. Cone of Atlanta. Government tle? e, tertr II I
P: MM arm '...*.* tic IMaM .WUe. from nearby Alabamaand and within another two weeks conciliator in the case.said '-EGA.J' nast"swM
I M ....... Georgia, ai well as Florida. there will probably be moderate + g the offer appeared to be a Q'"

pase.. .. .UN .... .MtMk Rep &ke fD-FJai, said the supplies here from day to day + !fair Nettles one.said the drivers' committee ( M M

4hI *t ..... IJft ... ,... new sate Park to be created on dealers assert. I had! called the strike to start at 5004 !tMIlse -
M.*..i.. Marled. Santa Rosa Peninsula would be At the opening of the week there .5-k ; 2 am. (EST) this morning; after t iMi

be ... ffrxftM tmf4 tfce only one in Florida so near was a decided upturn in prices cCttract negotiations of a month

'I I ....... / for -per,. a teat renter of population." and with big gains both Monday and .. and a half with the Jacksonville ...... b ...S .-...

"' ''M Ar .pt'e.ptl... pointed out that it fronts both Tuesday. After that the gains were Coach Co:. appeared to have become ...- ..,. ..., '+ 5s ..... t..........
8 ...... s tear ... IeI Santa Rosa Sound and Pensae not so rapid and grapefruit i in fact 1 j.:; stalemated. k 55e .... s 8! ..., >" -ie
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.ta>BayThert was Irregular at the close survey a 4 e L ... fill .- t. *.

are 11 buildings on the shows. 1 ? \ ...... C ----- ew +etrelgisal
It tarkite I .s ,.mbt1 ....,..uen. and it has been used Sales of Florida oranges during FLORIDA NEWS BRIEFS ..' ..

... I... .M .... null N tor several years for both Girl and the past week through Thursday { ry t i tom. 0 3 .... .....foil".. I<, .. a h. 0 w.etrhtr .

I .II tb N ..... Bay Scout camps.Dominican. amounted to 1234 cars against Health Board Warns ....... .4 ,... .... -
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-- -- 1804 for the previous comparable ,. es t I1' &. ... S ..xn w
M e M. lat/esae Sep+M. Admits period. Prices advanced $1 to $2 e ; SOMERF'EW .. y .... -.e'. __ 1P.

tell .... r1b swrN ap per box ,over the previous week. Against} Bubble Gum ... M. '..s-. ... .. .-
.... tae e.'.. .,... delI Guilt in which brought them to about the .... as' 't'.q. .. ....- ,.s.. ors
I Faking same place they were two weeks .. As Sickness Cause STAR FARMER; C( *< tae r m-* ;
tar i11a.. .tmmedsa4eM before. At the close most of the 1 ..
U.S. bubble fobovel of Srrwi+eef44e a- p- s& -r art g
utaew *a. KNI Citizenship Florida selling $3.15- 'Ji1k INNOCENT appearing gum ..
oranges were iMIMt <
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a be as innocent as it ceived the S'"**' S..N> P..* pr:4 -
tC- tar .... .r.IM.s er- 665 against $200-475 the week 3 .. .. .. ,
.... a eNrMsHttI MIAMI tAP Pedro Alfredo before. seems, according to a report received Award and $ l 100 at ft, 111h .sw..... hs ill'=_" <[t a e.
Bmo. 24. described as a liaison by the Florida State. Boardof
Valencia
offerings Fir .
California onnuol ol + .
I meeting Msr/ sass oft
man for the anti-Trujillo forces"in Health this week. The Federal
3111. H...... '.,k! the Dominican Republic pleaded ..erel'a trifle lighter but consider-fruit Food and Drug Administration has Future Formers t Vak** v.- /

... ......... t.: .-rtladeshspta m ply in Federal Court yesterday able quantities of California Sales advised the State Board of Health erans Vocohonoi. S < b..l I /

.,.tf04 tft4n. to a charge of representing through are coming Thursday right amounted along to 4 that a number of the "younger' Daytona Beech h.t..... he.. ;; --., Wii-

... .. ..... err ...,. kr.t khrk hfcmetf as a citizen of this nation. 140 for the same $ generation in several States tfct Mtt f sh ::
128 against chosen taldr
.. ... ......... t. beh.,4 Judge W. J. Barker sentenced cars before. Prices : ; ardent users of the rubbery substance was as .
......... ... Bnto. mho was arrested here May period of the week has suffered ill affects among 5.000 Ftond y q u t s _
Iib't: ....+ M Than. IS4C. 13 on a Honduran motorship to a improved from' day to day were although from the chewing and blowing of of the nf9..1ahrenSummer ...... ......... .. ..

**4t *.j rara to ,....*. 10-day Jail sentence the heaviest gains various brands of bubble gum .- -- ... t.. **- ** *i
btiIt.d John made on Monday in the general However, to such Pta a-, ., % *** ** '
t+ ta lilt Call- Hodges, assistant U. S. S.' date no cases iJ
Fen more Tstl.aal r.". District Attorney charted Brito market rise. was $s1S have been'reported to the Florida Term art iji >*.. +Mfai .> 1:
week the ;
1M' .*l*f .,.... Kl.pII. went to Puerto Rico three years For the average ; State health agency.t t
..... "...w. lh.. MO. carrying a message to a man $3.98 against n.n for the same The -- -- _.--,,--,,---,. -- ... ** <1<"....1
week.
sad ......... he identified as Volimar a political period the previous still the greatest DERRICK ALMOST TOPPLES OVER: This 139-foot all-steel French Ship Launched EnrollmentHitsRecord a.> .. .... '
small sizes are ...
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of Prea Rafael tw '
of the emeny Dominican Trujillo problem with the California- oil well derrick is shown after being moved 200 feet from its SECOND of six ships to be built ......s sn'a..w ..valld. 1
Republic Hodges
... t aa' -' a LIwte pmcrsnf said Brito travelled lencias. dealers believe. former location, where it sank approximately six feet in the French Government at I4FM !=
.. .. r.sin.sle.ar set tads fuhtw for three Advices from California producing sand and almost The well drilled the the Tampa Shipbuilders Co. yards
f toppled
year about Latin American over. is being by
-- well Mme Nr Its countries that the set of and the 81st the beginning
areas indicate since .
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tell- ore sYM under a false birth certificate new crop fruit is somewhat better Sun Oil Co., and is located 13 miles north of Palatka Drill- of World War II was launched 3-V iDELANO .. .

W PSrst ......ee Mtt to "We. find he i than first anticipated. However ing was down to 330 feet when the freak accident took place. : with appropriate ceremonies yesterday -An all-ttw *..* Ml &j :
had intention
salt MO* *.** Stale deeds of staying in this no but some sections appear to have a The derrick was jacked up with huge railroad jocks, rollers were Summer enrailmtM M M111si
lM sr r oo of .Mil lid the country was set of fruit. Weather recently University was teac4 g111Ni4p
interested spotted placed under it and several trucks used
in to it.
being free to travel were move .
ewes .4s.ett W State sold has tended to hold back CofC Secretary Quits at a total of SM awirsrss sew
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man for the anti- _
r the Mp.i swytta for a dollar harvest of Valencias in some areas registered. This -xre4* ton wr
AM loll tto Loan. CMy C.4sf8 TrujUlo forces United States citizenship and there is also some complaint JOHN W. DULLIN executive see. mer, total by mart .*. 9M MBdrnu 'C. .... -l

arwl III w.. ....... that offered him that opportunity about the fruit starting to turn Okeechobee Fishing Act ') of the St. Augustine and ..sMlrtiMR .J!! J
t tMg art/ .... R.st ffoo creitalM Hodges explained. green a little earlier than usual. St. 'Johns Count Chamber of rrr Vf n. ARm e..4..... ] :.;-re': .. ;
. MM p5i sales through .Commerce since 1933. has resigned the initial) rhi,.| etrrcW !.*.
Florida grapefruit effective Aug. 31 and plans to take terdajr and tnttMl r4 Ift* f.. = '
"...... UU tk. Judge Daytonan Installed Thursday dropped to 65 cars
last week. Prices Assailed State BoardMOORE i an executive position with a business Laving new farmlty IM'IIWft i* .....
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t oi/ifcr M lnleMetf to enter against 81 cars by -i-E--
concern. the ftt 4eU: =
As Head not to a
Toiotai of but
|M O.wta !. sot at- DAY showed improvement i ., I.
I Dr. DawsoQ Phelp .pritafiiirhistory
t., ,4 h .... ....U.. ., the the same extent'as oranges did. At WrWuvprofeasor IiIIII s.
Mf\, Wl W filed so ntt betonl JACKSONVILLE of Daytona Beach IUPJ Lewis installed HClark the close most sales were $2.10- HAVEN [AP] The State Game and Fresh Slayings/ Termed ; Barbara of maUteouttca Davit Milieus bole 11M sltDawrlrar .laet.fse .
was : the week
l k.... .Meal WI order. as State Commander of'' 550 against 1854.90 Water Fish Commission yesterday asked the Glades MerrOl. art Uuuwter U J Fse. .. .....
quality .
before: SomA of the top .la0a --* .
e Yk ma.'..ar t 'Mral uid be did Disabled American Veterans here brought relatively high prices County Circuit Court to declare invalid the 1947 act permitting -; 'Murder, Suicide'AUBURNDALE ret profesaor of SpaaMti. tltliM- 5.h iw .
s totabOohment of therfltfevV fruit .,...., .,
Ml last night to succeed Joe Robertsof sold fred Pyle. assistant .. = :rL:
Of OlflC but off condition and quality taking, of fresh water fish from Lake Okeechobee with-: rAP) Peace Justice .
|ptf99f&Hy Jacksonville.Clark : elementary educationUsienheim. Milieu D
MtNtH to Ute method rather low.Damage. 0 out penalty.In E. R. Chandler termed as i .
was elected recently at a sweptcherries Instructor MI +s lsey
Northwestern suicide"he double
to "murder and
i soda. ta'amc rer $2 million convention at Panama City. Mrs. the same test case the COm- Forbes Falter teftturttr a 1'1
great as previously fatal of and his
proved as shooting a man
to to. Ooiomirwui without any Bessie Clark wife of the commander estimated and shipmentshave Elstad ElectedTeachers' mission asked that A. A. Beck of estranged wife here Thursday. sociology MtatftaittlCOAT;
... 1M drape cited M what elect
was chosen State Auxiliary fallen off. Oregon did not Moore Haven and Joe Griffin of Chandley said John L. Duprec
, t-. m io4 M thould buy and commander of cherries dur- commercial killed his wife with a pistol and Youth 16 Charged MILK
ship a single car Clewiston fishermen
w rh >...... the week. Canning cherries i then turned the weapon on himself -
N. ..U. 1.so. ho believed d.pi >- Mob Violence ing be temporarily enjoined from net- C4U f4trttlai.r.smurl
t Cautions throughout the Northwest also Head Both were dead when neigh With Killing Dad .
.rat ol the park world suffered which will probably result ting fresh water fish in the lake bors found them. Three bullet .....

b4mpee ell rvolorattoBa adfhhUiff Taken in Miami Hearing in a lighter pack of canned and from selling such fish. The wounds were found in Mrs Du- FORT LAUDEROALX I tell A '

f.mw.rs4.l There wen MIAMI API Peace Justice cherries than was expected deal- ST. AUGUSTINE fAP The Commission also asked that if the pree one in Dupree. Sheriff De- coroner's Jury yesterday can.4. -
.......U... that oil eooioaar Henry' 1. Oppenborn .said last ers believe.' At the same time injunction against Beck and Gnf- Witt Sinclair said the shooting Robert Butters Ifl .... tat. fetl
e.pess.etah.s fell thai way n1&hth.t he had decided to hold cherry crops in New York and 33d biennial convention i fen is granted it be made bindingon arose over an argument when Du- degree murder of him f.&.* Lf
....... Ito path a... the preliminary hearing for Chris Michigan have been adversely affected of the American:: Instructors of the I all members of the Lake Okee prees wife failed to agree to return ter. 47 a former ....1'Mt\' Ml_

I tteral ........ at wen. dur Russell in the county courthouse by weather conditions and Deaf yesterday elected Leonard H. chobee Commercial Fisheries A sn. : to Georgia with. him. : resident, with a stolen sat*.. tit else

fM ft* MM. ..... artumenUmp Monday instead of his own offices' production will be less than expected Elstad. head of Gallaudet Collegein f The bill of complaint was the pistol

hw M teMvatf in a 1131 u a precaution against "any two weeks ago. Washington, D. C. as president result of a measure enacted by the I Winter Haven Plant The youth vas hooked 90 to 1 tahifl84 1tiisfl
patM* MI. amUoi"Ulng the park chance of mob violence Peaches are slow in reaching :recent Legislature recognizing the Broward County jstt hm Tlwm ... s .rlrr. s' r'uw+.r ill
day shortly' after he c>nfta**< .,. ...... .
-laver pes.ti.d the prefect shall at Installs Emulsion UnitS "' 1. -
Oppenborn said the hearing hadbeen volume and while shipments Other new officers are: First Game and Fresh Water Fish Com-
lk ......r..., pieoened as a set for 10 am. for the 59- this time last year were running I vice-president. Mrs H. P. Poore. I mission regulation against nettingfish [ to Orlond; Mdmuig Sentinel) that fired a a few.38 caliber hours betot built teta be. h4 tasfather's .... -
-J .- feel IM development of year-old Greek restaurant operator better than 100 cars daily superintendent, Tennessee school I in the lake and in the St. : WINTER HAVEN Swift and

re ..wset or pans for the en- accused of clubbing his two' they are still relatively light. Knoxville. Tenn.; second vice- ,John's River but declaring per- Co have just completed the installation beat him chest during-hea aa the amuBeat."He poises.

of viotura shall bewhka children to death with a baseballbat California plums nectarines and president. Katherine Casey, super- sons breaking the rule would not of the oil emulsion beat me" 1M sobbing pewptold $30..00You

wHl Interferepnoervauea and shooting two neighbors. apricots are moving in good vol vising teacher Mississippi school I be subject to penalty. ; manufacturing unit in their new police, "and then I remembered
Intact of ,
w ume. Jackson. Miss.: secretary Charles plant in Winter Haven. They went
how tiles tw bud
....... 81M .rest. fauna andnatural Lake Owners Strawberry season is lingering a Falk. Nebraska school, Omaha, Daytonan To Wed into full production of oil emul- beaten me and many mother IftCrs. NItButtnJ eM ... ..
....... WtaNke Property usual i
I week or two longer than Nebr. sion this week and will offer it to 1 before" tiN 151iMM/ v
.tf!11 inu new peetalfettit la thii Get $190,119/ in Aid because of the cool growing season Directors named were Dr. C. J. !Widow of Surgeon citrus growers in their area. .. ..=
market observers say. Late sec- Settles president of the Florida i Production of oil emulsion here
fue.p torsi li of Tallahas- -C'f':: a o -:'ruavto! Mom ng Sen'nelJ!} tions are getting good yields andit School for the Deaf and Blind BOSTON TAP John W. Wharton is a step in Swift and Co' plansto Roy Christopher Heads +eI _
_ .. .0e NM JIIIIN of the state TAV ARES-Property owners of of quick Mrs. Serena F. Davis principal. 31, of Daytona Beach member .
now looks as if the pack ; branch out into the agricultural Social Agency Group M. t.. rros -- tIQ
-- toitveema* Fund Trus Lake County have received $1I 0.- frozen berries will be heavy this 'W and E. Martin school Philadelphia f of a widely known Philadelphia chemical field. They have already a.las.
.. -IM slsltse park supporters 111 in Agricultural Conservation and Karl C. Van Allen, family, and Mrs. Elfrede Seussnerof begun installation of machinery '!:ore .i, 1'\"'t j c:..pp wee .sow III

.. tf..a4 ........ snot pre.IL. benefits during the past year. ,, year.Melons have begun to move in principal Nova Scotia school, Hal- Oberursel Germany, 25, widowof for the manufacturing of lime MOUNT DORA Roy Chftota we. ----

I ttbM d.'. .. e1 of trills boat County Agent R. E. Norris said. heavy volume but the season is a German Army surgeon late sulphur sprays and agricultural pher of Mount Dora, UPftH.... PAY KSS. 1M
which did The payments are made by the ifax.An yesterday filed marriage Intentions the Red Cross, has been aimed
flid+tla..s aM Mnei res later than last year almost everywhere invitation for the next con- chemicals. .
Mert.ay wUh the natural Federal Government for participation However, late this past vention was received from Sun at Boston City Hall. chairman of a commute U w*" 'e... i+rroa I. ...

1& ef ito .w*.e wild area. in the agricultural conservation ,: week watermelon volume began to Valley. Idaho. Time and place of I Mrs. Seussner, whose husbandwas I, HUGE DRTDOCK pare a constiteUoa sad by-.sws
R .... MMUr prortuons art program. approach normal for this time of ,the session will be decided later tiDed on the Russian front A huge steel drydock. 584 feet for a countywide rgaatMtMn .(
to sew. .__>erts TH many of theCin Florida shipped more than by officers and directors. 'I' during World War n. was accom- lonz: and 117. feet wide is located social agencies. Others Darned. ss BOYTIOwn
MtSMtai parks that have Keeper year.other State and is now at the panied at the registrar's office by ,at Wellington New Zealand. The i the committee were Harry C Ov

*....| aM art la operation. Ex-Lighthouse any height of the season. By this time Clark Oetjen Named her 4-year-old daughter. Hause. I. dock weighing 17,000 tons was I lord of Custls rtpnsnhat ...eRotary .... K
; Son of the late William R. Whar- In and towed clubs sad ... B. Wars
built England was
said tn Wash Dies St. of the
k ***** at Augustine last year a large part crop ... ... .. ',.
pt.wrrlw that roads will been shipped. Kiwanis Delegates 1 ton of Philadelphia Wharton is a ,the 13,500 miles to Wellington by!Harris of Leesburg. tfMrtei lrel1 -
tot m AUGUSTINE TAP] John had already .. ..
ST.
University law
Harvard
student at afire
to feM. .. a IDIIWI UIL and the movement is increasing two tugs. 1 board. .
> Lindquist, 85. retired Government Cantaloup LED5BURG-John Y. Clark and' school.TenStory. rlts- 71 .
tot.evt ef svauirai waterways wilt lighthouse keeper and a native of right along but has not become ; Dr. Leroy Oetjen have been named
tjMNMf Mwrft e( the &ranibkh died here yesterday. He 1 I quite so heavy as usual for delegates to the International Kiwanis -
*M sdwaed. soon would make Sweden had been a resident of StTAugus-1! the time of year. From now on. convention in Chicago. June! Fall// Kills// Resignation of E. P. Owen Jr. I
I
hot aa popular as say will' be toward
tine for 60 years coming here j 1 i however the trend : 29-July 2. Ray M. Hayes will also Retired TelegrapherMIAMI
tit dW DatlenAf8ltwab from Daytona Beach. heavy shipments, dealers believe.I i attend from the local dub.Igou's Own Ywr N M
AMV Ota, Watson ex- -- I [AP) Alva D. Howell,'Accepted by Cities' League
....... that commercial 79 of Miami, a retired telegrapher,
*_ ** m&* be stopped from Work Recognized when he Lod It' ..... ho ...
** was killed yesterday i
4M .*.. nets. Into the parkflfett War Assets Becomes Florida'sLargest f[tS v -I l to OrViido, Morning: Sen'nel] : either Jumped or fell from the JACKSONVILLE rAP] Resignation of E. P Owen, lv1 Jl ut.: :it." I0I4&.u.
of the Florida of .
Ind ether park: advocateiM4 EUSTIS-Work of Douglas R. 10th floor of the Langford Bldg.at as Secretary-Treasury League Mttwcfpafc. :
8. Nhet the word of the Def Estate IKOU of Eustis. president of the' Southeast 1st St. Police said a ties was accepted "with deep and sincere regret" 'by &t > hwl
Real Operator
UM. Interior that uh-- Florida Farm Bureau was recog- window in the men's washroom on Executive Committee of the league at a meeting: here ff '
.. eeattRU to be permit' : nized in an article in the current found open. WI hew seM 1e5M __ _
the 10th .floor was -
: .
iE. Stale..... BOW la ef- JACKSONVILLE [rAP] War Assets Administration yes- 'issue of Nation's Agriculture the Howell came here in 1929 from terday: o atfb8 Rue.lhit .. .. .

terday blossomed forth as Florida's largest real estate : National Farm Bureau paper. : Missouri and was at one time a Resignation will take effect abolish the league' met**} ..,. # ptilts...
Ito itat already baa imnt announcement that it has nearly 1,000 Au,. 1. Mayor William Beardall.I eau unless the work of the operator with the ,railroad telegrapher. of Orlando president of the lit ... ...
i fef eiltea .
..*t U the Federal GevrmmeBtM the State. CofC Farm Committee ment can be financed .
*.Me art* *f Iaa4 and 3:'.- surplus buddings for sale: in league and chairman of the executive belonging to the kata.)
..* arm ef water area. The It Most of the.structures, located at 16 military camps, i Slates Meet Monday Lake CofC Membership committee announced that --- -- -- $lr4 A li ...... .e --

eaMi to t* to seed "y the Fed. win be sold to the highest accept-s ,another meeting of his croup will 14 ie pie tore fiIIf ....
in WANTED
I [SteoI to Orkn1c: Mom'ng SentineJI Largest History I be held next month to consider the -
general acting
ertJ tl..nu.st .. at ain an* able bidders among the James C crosby-WAA'
ettor tSCttt atn'l'''' private after priority holders have director. I EUSTIS-Agricultural Committee [SeeC'oJ; to Oiondo Momma Setm'1e1JTAVARESMembership ] selection of a successor I SPECIALTY SALESMANMUST
regional
public to buy said and closing dates I cf the Lake County Chamber of the Owen will be retained by the HAVI CAI HUMIIHVELtPIIIT
I "twn. opportunity Current sales ,
wwered by" Krui's est bad an for bids include: Dale Mabry of Commerce will hold a luncheon .Lake County Chamber of Com- league was municipal and legislative ,I CALL 'IN! KBON AT PSIOIANGI
; meeting at the Dutch Kitchen totals 2,019. largest in consultant. WINTtl fAil
fS order begins on the Tallahassee. 152 buildings, merce now AVt II.
: m Monroe County, tbe area contains great rookeries AAF 7 Dunnellon AAF. 18 build Monday noon. Lacy G. Thomas of the history of the organization 'The committee also voted to From IHI;JO AM ft 4.J9 to S II'M i
.f herons cranes.. Ibis and I'July : Grovel&nd chairman will preside. Lehmann said. Mem- I' p1 +.. ar/aw. a s..s..a c.. I
fert 33 Secy. Karl
emMH ., The AAF.
aMluy nms. ABUator around East Bay Cape emU and Is the only place.b..e ings.buildings July July 11; Cross 3: Page City Field Fort .bership also makes the chamberthe I s- Mlrt+. e. f/ ....... po4. p.ste..

ft rUttfBt* then Swings north the roseate spoonbill now II Myers. 55 s buildings June 24.Hcndncks ; Quiz Program Features largest in Florida. Eighteen GUS NADDEITSREFRUERATIR ".
f"s east near Homestead to, nay be found. AAF. SebrIng. 135 Lake County towns have passed I I,

**Jill**** Ketal rate State park. Of the total 860,000 acres of buildings.; June 23, Punta Gorda DeLand Rotary Meeting ,their quotas in the drive. Ii i OJ l

W **MrB. omtodary end a few State land donated about 380.000 AAF, 42 buildings. June 24; Lake- : ." s -' r I'
C'r1 n
: 'J < : J
VJ
Ml** **** the TsaUami Trait acres are under oil leases. The 235 bUildings. June 30: In the polar regions a fall of I
land AAF DELAND-A con-
itawalf Ute. made subject to the quiz program under cloudless sky is a SERVICE :
part via mcom. transfer was Bradenton AAF, 50 snow a.
Sarasota ducted by Phil Wahle was featured -, Waparotid. S kladi .! baa
pets twe.uaby everything south oil leases The State relinquished June 30, and Bartow common occunence.I Ii I
Club luncheon i iI
buildings at
fIC tM Taatuml Trsil. todudtos its right to lease or sell any ofof'the June 26. Rotary i i Domtistlc-Commerclal accounts "SpecUT Cbttlr -
52 buildings of the
AAF, l yesterday. Members organ-
STN Unds te the Gulf I oil resources but retained a Buckingham Army Air i ization were called upon to identify I AIR-CQtIDiTIOMNG Regular C Ii c k 1-, Zsvrttsq ..

, sere1F.rfl Units. and UP Florida fIC the Bay mainland and the!i any customary' oil that one-eighth is found in royalty the ana on'as ;i ii Field.At Fort Myers 30i buildings : one another from short biographical I Open Monday frenlngsWARREN'S V Prompt.Efficient.RcMoaable I Choosr the OB* that best n H.

sold on the spot to the information. I We repair aU makes and types' You Ntedsl
Ssr teat u U S. ICabya ? 1. There have been extensive oil i itxploc.Uons will be bidden \1

Tit. peat w" d asTibed bT lie ,in part of the park i highest 'accepUble i Geyser set off by Don't Fns, THC FHTST NATIWrM L IMK AT GIWiM
t p tMrt Mfti a* are present on June 2 6. eruptions are 'PMINE 11211I
salt However I IBlte'a l f I
ttatat ef Ito A-.rlra. u. g.t area but no production veils are at ; Those interested were asked to bubbles of steam and gases collecting Winter Park. Phone 68 Font Gore I II c._ ee4 s.t.I 0.. ....... ......

<***. f** t..a arc f..M In er.e.waI .: the Sum 1&nd. about only oil 50 miles north! contact the office.of real property i!"tube.. in the geyser s underground \ I I Backed fey M tears cxrerteftco I UDD rwuU cr'"Mr ..*nu trpI .........+. -

knUi 1 tto wet cesM and of the park. disposal WAA, Jackconvule


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Sarazen Leads
ty 108 HAYES I

Poughkeepsie Hesters .
" )I. II. Ijia.li.'., a Tinker Field nularho describes i' Drop .

...( .., .. an Axernte. Fan" writes in a critique on the Into Third Run

attlMa ..&.ore which Uu column is passing along with- Way Ev Regatta
fA
..111 iiMiulM. HMMMMtctt as this corner has probably leaned Red Sox Into Sixth WIii.

I wet ...... srtta. ea eeraaions. for the Senators. Here's his f Set for Today

It "'-.r-t... rite sire. of the fans: Round MatchesDETROIT POUOHKTEPSIE 1* *_ 'lAP!I

t II The Pougbkeen** r>iam.Miatcrew ARM
t *lr. a*#*.*.. .U la* pall }....hUf lamented the backing Second Place ] compeUUoo of _.aaj.| m Blanks :

II ..... af MM afta tun la .ar Senators 'ia the Florida State rAP The highly- America comes .beet tolfte J .!- A

I !***rn !.. aM..daa K.t a.l WB very good and the raring from touted the talent PGA toppled yesterday r son River today at twOtaat aftara wAreI11 a. trtat1ltt
championship ay
...*****. .* .... 4 tk. aadikl fan ka been regrettable. IIowr two round 18-hole race { BOSTON API] Jimmy Hegan. j lapse of six years -IUa Wa*

r* IM fM,*ff W *. i..tat>rkitrrd team hi not improved as as matches opening took terrific toll with for whom fans of his home" city wr demanded the .MgatN d t Watw 11.Iri..elsa t)

I aMtk M %IL Mtng >'a.wUd It a.. sad until It does I don't think set-ups scoring the greatest seriesof '. of all Lynn the put on "night" drove the la j most of its more than aW e; mpes- NS1.g ,e .Naune w l+r 4..rnalN
runs last night as
.*..* .#d .!....* U* fans ta tara *>sl every Bight with cheers upsets the 29-year-old tourneyhas Cleveland Indians defeated the itors.< with 11 crews w lk ....a.. are M M hp55 sepal !

... iptlt4tre.Ne experienced. Boston Red Sox, 3-2 snapping a tha kaftn 1w -=-1r MMr
to bi jr ewr
race-it t
I ... > IkM W.. muHt diruilon among the fans over the shaky I' Sitting on the sidelines todayas r Boston winning streak, at eight ;and. I hope. better alai Ala rp blss a w 1.11sIRM ./
survivors 64 starters clashin
.. of
..... Sad Mate it. Y true that .e have no one who can handcuff games. The loss coupled with a Bushneil. aecrtCMJ.the -,,- .f ( .aaa
36-hole third round frays will
.. : l.:V-n at L*tiler. KctdMr. Karpt&skl and Baumgarner can be such luminaries as defending New York victory dropped the Intercolloiialt ..(.> *.. IM N IMI _

I I4'v .MUrt.. sttB our pitchers. have settled down while champion Ben Hogan.. medalist : Sox into second place in the sociatlon. The pre oaa raoard we. Mt IIIMo
... bat ...... league standings as the Yankees
1 Nero Jim Demaret. South African GENE ;SARAZEN: KY LAttUUN took over first. nine.The
champion Bobby Locke ex-cham- setting fir UK 1M4a tt- Ilpaa
after fourth crown. Penna out. j
.,... tt.. treaty fettling aad they have Men more home runs at pions Johnny Revolts. Sam Snead. puts- In the second inning Heran. gatta Is a rich. an*. These .4i5 /

.llalq fWtf MM ...... Milan' they taw all of last season with our and Bob Hamilton and four men i who had been presented an automobile be as many gulls oR the sIeve tfc trsaa s'' ss _
who have just missed by losing in I! and other gifts in pre KhoBjh prebabtl" M .
as ever rtaN.a
Tlw the e,0r
1II.1Ii" '''1r acajou records show that our boys have
.
the finals-Sam. Byrd. Jug Mc- Cubs Break Shea Defeats game (ceremonies picked out the big enn. la th* t....... d .. tea gall eel .atilt
fade hwt bins a4 MMre raps than of the other seven teams.
any first lMwrldo dspectatorsp..4b4
Spaden. Jimmy Thomson and pitch offered him by Tex ebwnaUen train d tlMrMrtA
1IW plW....1 M M& lead, but H would look better if the fielding Willie Goggin. I Hushson and drove it in to the > .. t..M M 4eaM1tw fits a

..,....c. Most gallant figure in the I Newhouser nets atop the left field fence for 100.909-will treed bdA She

........ .**.. tUQy Incapable. .f even stopping any hard- field was 45-year-old pip. I his second home run of the year. steep west bank and She .also

bll t..s..,. Hfc luMttag .f beats has been erratic but yet it foured Gene Sarazen who won Losing Streak The blow also scored Joe Gor- trialixed at .ad.

to .. .... liu. lfc. fre'vral fumbles. eo the part ef the pitchers. the title as a 20-year-old backin I .I Detroit 5-3 don who had singled off the leftfield At approximately 7 if p 1 aVf r

to fMt MT ..*. *>f.... b the earnest department .1 play exhibited 492%. and is still in there wall to start the inning. the 11 finely. os JiUan.. vatfMfercrews .

.. ..... If e.r 4itlir ever rivect U reach Class A status they pitching; and potting for his 'I CHICAGO lAP The Cubs, who NEW YORK tAP Rookie right-,, Then in the ninth Hegan came will suite down tht- rtwar
fourth crown after winning two hander Frank Shea of the New with the Ud a, tl f 0. A
j| had blown! early leads in droppingfour :through After Les I'UIII
1.. bile prsitk .alil laey u a fWd bunts cUanly.IM again. Fleming
matches yesterday.: York Yankees continued his mastery lumbla boalhoaja aad fnisliig
"'Beta Muir a kpwUcle of a rounder going through Manning straight games finally snap- ;and George Catfish I Metkovich
Kings for an hour were Toney j i over Hal Newhouser and the j three miles farther, a half 4RW f
aM Ott rrsw1R Orr Ma s ba.... Garrison's batting is a great help Penna. the Cincinnati stylist; Earl I I ped their losing streak yesterday j I Detroit Tigers yesterday by out-I; former succession, Red the Socket Lynn had product singled in of below the ma) Ur ...s.....

.. eM. awf ruuMx. by this time time he should be able to Martin 34-year-old Inglewood when they climaxed an uphill pitching the veteran Detroit left- i I'Junior slashed bridge.
Legion baseball a
.... .tew* a fl/ bait U going to land and then hang onto it once Calif.. 155-pound bespectacled fight with a ninth-inning run hander, 5-3. I.i I.wicked single through the pitch- There are Iiv coCal1fornla. -,. 8Nt-- fe s. titgalr. ... _

... ..11 lRs ernes oa taw ... master of the short irons and silent that defeated the Boston Braves, i i'i Shea who blanked the Tigers i; ,er's box on into center field to WaahinttoB OaravM. tar' fill iIW tgllMM ..... .,

........ ........ k4t'..I pr*'r4 and hb batting has been contttHtttf Henry Ramson of Chicago. 6to5. in his two previous starts against score< Fleming from third with Navy and Prmctioo a 1w- find! ttlM ell II
.... MM UM think he ha a brighter future than any Penna startled everyone with a Newhouser, stepped the. Tigers what proved to be the winning sible darkhonc. Pa a,l*- Of raeeet ...... ra.. athM
| 3 and 1 win over Hogan in the It knocked >{he Braves out of j j with four hits yesterday, two of this last named ......... fatanim .t ltlw0 iMaa iNfa
,... team. Pain. hat helped eat mere than most of ,, run.
R .
,
tfrer H* *r M |
opening match with a seren-un-' first place temporarily at least. ,i which were homers by Eddie Mayo to Poathkn.ate aftersence M furN
CLEVELAND; (A) I BOSTON (A)
.. *t..H... tot MM*, a weak hitter, holds the ball tee long before !: der-par performance. Martin i as the New York took which accounted for all of the I ar15a .5,55. i of 10 yafa. Oaacli ..% thin .
Giants
taUh .tealrr treat the grandstand be doesn't eliminated Demaret the Brtk.rf : 1 I 2 I'Caati'' te,3b 4 5 1 a e I r. .
I I* I*** 14 a aaie ,, 2 and 1. and | I Tigers' runs. I Callow said .byatcattr were .* .
bleb M lied M "..... wbM ....-..nk Mtivities are a Joy U watch. Ransom ousted Locke one up lead by five percentage points. The hefty recruit who fanned : $Kelt31I.wyN 4 3 "" 1 i 1 2 Peky.u Baer rf Till I classed, but tf w t* pin oa*> M s .... ...,

*&*#. pHrtnnt rto m are good-no objection there. In fact with a birdie on the final hble. i I Defeat for .the Giants in last I nine and walked six held the I!]tls". ira.M..... r : ; s :Ntlnlaa..R : t : : ::1 ditlons well do arttlir wait, .;-1 : : ...---m A
:It 1 1 I r 11).I.f; I 1 12 Syltrin..1b II I *
1 tf .. bus 41 H4..t Itatati 1-2-3, It wttl not be the fault of Beril.!|I Penna. Martin and Ransom[.night's tilt In St. Louis.-however, Tigers hitless until Mayo banged: I i f 1 2 f ytsr.b Sill.Oeikektf4IiS1na50 Other cries Mrtara.1. art ..- I $ "

Pelttl fi IW*.4 Jitttfct or Abreu. Nor will it be the fault of the :'I ices with still acclaim of the 8,000 gallery- >', would put the Braves back on top. I his first homer of the game in the I ) 4 1 2 T lTOnYo SilasNepa.e 25T1 i ten. Sfraeta WtatanMnsachusetts 1a- t-: : : .. I
ringing in their ears. BOSTON (N) I CHICAGO (N) fifth with the bases empty. I .... IiwtlMU af Toebaals.
Llffiiil bee of fumbled bunt and the erratic play <{'"'" I' I 11'NsW.s.p: S 1 I I Si5daatb #
i* BMaH at aae {i failed to survive the .brsISi! abrlea i 1 1 and CokusWa. I
second> DETROIT (a) > NEW YORK (A) 1 S 'I i : tb
&MMI (S. IMMl.baM foul Hoc. And Unt it just about time one ofwr 'round however.Ky Rdaa.4 1 1 1 J -. .> 55114 I .Irb.td abrS. ...IMat.... 11111' __ ms. f t
L ..,., ...._ __ $
tofcn 44.4o.r 3 1 1 10-a .a M e e Utters .3 5 1 511 ;I --1 ..- .. l'
p.b eta httrTto ....... SiAlr'ae.Jb 4
a player I Laffoen of .
/ Orlando FIaand .Jf S I 1 2 l raa.ifl.Birttn.rf 3 1 1 1 5 HrKlM.Ift I e l I. "IIGridLIt 411 3. TsUU :331 *!T 12. Total 3111175:
West Chicago, took care of EUlotU* : ; S 1 1 1 : 1 ( w ni.irMdHtarf 4 1 ttLMMMTIrxMit&r 411I l a-Hte! sat fr Gett" .. ILL .. .. 41. .. ;
I Tetg aon.ll I/ iC T f-tti.rf 4 3 1 : : = ::1(le-olad .;. an* 1'11-1 !i Kirby Suggs :',
rthM a, at .......... Ga. revolving about the University Penna one up, marking the MliUFUU.H 3 1 J 4 ZiLttl'ptllu I 1 t 2 S ET ruf 2 I" 1 2 2 "'){Qutmt Ik 411 l I J 1xaa B.nw - Ill S-1 -. tae lealtett s ;;:-
Savannah branch. has had fifth time in fire attempts that I 1 1 I l'aIJ.'n.1f I 1 1 1 5 I' a d Emu: taps Las batted 1E B.... L ".-.s.
....... to ctat! down their i'.a 4555 '
af Otfal ,.. .
:" I" 1 I 4 .,.
wwka.lb S S 111 I"palla.
1 Penna has bowed out the second I .. 11rR2b 4 I I 6 It._... $5141 I HlR rent II..D. toon. Do.bl. Na.: j: Enter Finals
.. cfNci ""' ip I 3 t l S, .11I'.u. 45131 SaultI 1,212w 111Trtab 1 round: Dick Meti handed Baratt.p 1 04. SEdrkp, 15503sM loan aad racy Left k.. C7enlend .111I
.1tM 11Ss1S4S... 11,15 *a M: -
lid fttfifev! had booked Oeorgial savannah branch for a the same-shed defeat to Ran Cndr.Ik 5 1 5 e IS :f.....".. 1It fte15.ka. T. Bsrtfflt. 4. Ba.. *a bulb: * teal- ..***. *at... Ut1I Tall.Jul. fMtyer.p. 055551Cchef5. .. i 1 1111blkae.r RtithMn !. nkmiti: bf Gsctel I. Ion... -
In WesternI
and Vie Ghoul erased : .
som f I I t 1 I 11111'' .. H tb>M I. RICa: err Get M,| i Sa- I tmrtim; i{ :
.hI w.n that arranging a schedule is rougher than Martin with a thumping 6 and ;11;""': II } -- --- sft Khmaa S la 1. Wlnaiaf $trtwr: GffUL j .
with another schedule headache. -- .- -- ----- 2e 3 41412 Tat' 31 S- I1r I I'.pir.: .......!) mantras and kft. TIN I ups Iseal.. '
.atihtfil tlrtf pow find htmlf 5 defeat. To-.U 3. J 4y2411i T*.l V ( It JI IS fer i 1.J*. Attmdanr JtUT.Horsemen. ATLANTA. I UP1 Dwmiff P1.W !
a .ta ekban2
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T%* H.lrai. at tmtot as open date at this stage of the game is not t i Sarazen had an easy route into i; I-I.-_ Mt ._ 1ImIa1 inn .u sand mt tor Gontti tn Wm.Dtn swept aside medaliti apace Lsavtcyk =:.:... .; ;: ..
: the second lIked for EricktMi; U 4U .
tea ***? atw, but hut hopefully working via telephone and telegrams round. In the opening' k-kit nm a debt!* rlu fw .leer to TOi I Npr Vort .- {
to baft* ...... tm 4o fffl the home schedule gap. j match the :flew Yorker whacked I Clings But,. _____ _. *in**i WI se M in>_-t fata. : IVnta. 1.IUlN. Ira baited I'I lee M:50i-.5 UKnto. !| Hold ty Bert yesterday to note IaW"I. ;'
'out a one-up win over Johnny Envn MM. Buntt.- .. Hort. Mo* .. Benrtck t. 1ItQuI,... TwoSts 30-hole title match in the Waaien's ":
--- 1U BxnrrH
--- I: 2. ...... "tp.od : .... I hit: MMaut,. Horn asa: Nay, t. Ketwkh.eattrke .. ... -r r_
Revolts and in the second match i 1'1011. a yea 1. Csra Rkkm. M n. : 6bea. o.a".. Nv: Meq.h. ........ ; Western Open Ootf Totinsa re.WORZ'
''he scored a 2 and 1 victory over:'; Llrtnot( 1e.tq. Tw* lIMe km: Rn *... 9ysawattba. n4 MKlirtML Loft an ....- yeast I. iitm Tort : ment an all-Atlanta alfatr ..... .
( i Kaik. Thn* bas Mt: Ptft 8<*la I, /
Ernie fionftam Hurls FiveHittero 1'Sam Snead. Snead hit the second I II 1 km. :_Tarftuau DOOM pay: .,... Ktaa aM j!I'I" HMO PUtktomi.ss hilt II...:..Pies f :N...vko.1IItIHr.nHit.2. fianlra.: tit I I Miss Sate, pitted ctv4Ml tMrompetltor
round with a 2-up conquest of ;' T.. Lit *a bats: &sla 4. Cling* 1.Rea l S'.N'WitT % in n inpin(<; C.ete/ I to a. Hit Meeting Today the defeated ta lilt
6-0 long-hitting Jimmy: Thomson of' K*>k 1 M. Stwka britaErirkiaa i.: BOTMI J.I.Spate Hlb..err.L Htrikmiu.....: !j by jrftrhtr:NAIr.Frr.. : hr :NrvNnuMt"'.. 'HowkK L0.ln| .1 pikhor' > i I i I finals of the urn toarnaateatlait

o Shut Out Philadelphia Chicopee Mass a ,. f Infitnn; Merit 1 In J; Ka,k 1 I. S; I land MrOvmn. Ttaie iOrlcrr: 1:9: *.) Anwduic MrKlnta7.*; S.4U ttmtt. I year at Des M JiM*. eked ...
1 Ppta' 1 I* T 1 lam **t ta Ml): Brru ala I II
Claude. Harmon former Orlan- ; plld a tight .ne.a.. vtct ry afkta
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t t-1. Bit ky : kr ElVkxMt tKnrrll [ISpec.01 to Orlando: Morr.iog Sentinel!]
MtTSBURCIl (APJ) Ernie Bonham former New York ..... ....... .. I : ,
doan, turned in the hottest rounds WIAftt" p" .: Lwlnf pllctar: B>n l. birdie tn the X3'-yard llth ..*...

Ynart ktttler Hefting his first game for the Pittsburgh i of the day. He was five under to Paella:tL Ansdaat: RoaIi...: BillintuM'IJ.TM. and smart ttm: Lakelander Takes I OCALA Breeders'The Assn.Florida will Thoroughbred meet here- Miss Kirby bad already .........

the Philadelphia eliminate Byrd. the home and of Miss Lenctyk. tn a Mai .
ftratc. B *ctrftJ fivohit ball to shut out t pro Ii
at 7 pan. today for a dinner meeting .
:tea f to a at Forbes Field last.night. Wally Westlake hits <' then standard ripped figures another to knock seven out Jim off Hamer Barnes Medalist Honors !I at The- Palms followed by a to walkaway see iwhether, and was Suaf vtiuai or MMM Baat

..*MIl burner of the year_ with no one aboard in the I i Milward of Madison. Wis- 5 and I LAKELAND [API Young Bobby' business session at the Marion |, would become her oppcntM iw sumnlll's"owGIIIJ
!'
Hotel it announced ,
was yester-
I 3. the
,. ... Henson of Lakeland who is only finals.Armed.
? f ... sale xtnad ta for I Harmon tangles with Jim day by Carl Rose one of theSouth's |:
a toW Fer-
'i none and was in trouble only once J j 115, took medalist honors yesterday I'
;V# tai-cud l rfir if. the first Urn rier, the ex-Australian today. Fer- ; most prominent thorough-
!! in the State Junior Golf Tourna-;
the first inning when the first Back
ia
Meet for Title I; bred breeders. i Swings
rier
Ilr from
: !. 11111 feat that well since came down under to ment. _
!two batters to face him clouted: { beat Goggin in the opener chip- A tour of the thoroughbred s.
I Henson turned in
.119MkKJ._ < _Mi ark OM! fleet wafted singles. Big Ernie then threw': ping an eagle into the 18th hole hole round of 74 and a morning came back 18- j', reeding farms in this area is on i, Into Action Today ........
to the LOUISVILLE rAP An All- j docket for the visitors tomorrow'morning
square match and then get-
a wild pitch. but he nailed the ] in the afternoon with a 76 to make'a 1 CHICAGO
lAP) Arw.tJ. ||4.
ting a birdie on the first extra Georgia battle for the 41st Southern oi.. MM ofCOWMTUT
next three men up on a trike- 1 Amateur Golf 150 at the halfway mark in the ,- handicap champion will ,sake .hto
hole! to win. Herman Barron succumbed championshipwas ;
out. a foul and an infield out. |i 72-hole tourney. Henson's 74 was first start since! March tn tte S3* -
Ktop Cool I I 3 and 2 to Ferrier in the set up yesterday when defend .... i1MNiMia,
: 'lI'utU"'A 11 i PITTSSVICN (N1MIN1 i afternoon. ing George Hamer. Columbus and low score for the day. t 000 added Domino ........ at

slr5Msl I It. I Lloyd Mangrum and Lew Tommy Barnes Atlanta, stroked Three strokes behind Henson Arlington Park today
lessees 4 1 I UBiaaiCifS 4 miss Wor-
Ile,4 I I S r........... C l l l 1! sham survived the their way past semi-final oppon- with a 153 was Sonny Tinney of The thoroughbred owned .hr Uu
aMtn.Nb a I. It.I .......... 3 1 15 1.., opening gay'sslaughter. ents Tallahassee.; Trailing in third spot Calumet Farms, has been .>ittnsd
.. i yesterday. .4a
*ao..t 1 4 1 1 h1.itr.2b 41113 1 1b4i WYCKOFF $
... t M al.Ir.N 41511 1 Mangrum eliminated McSpad- Hamer advanced in the semi- was Bill Leigh Jr. of Lakeland because of a let injury suffttwl. H
1asa.Jl 1 1 1lsawleriib. 1 1a4.san.e with 7581156. Leigh, Big Ten
finals Gulfjtream Park
) tt 1 : 0 : 1 ; en 2 up and then ousted PGA over young Edmund K.
l ..rwr I'.r Sta5 Pres. Ed Dudley 4 and 3 with a Gravely, Virginia state amateur and State-high school champion,
Laas .t 4 UI IY.o..ja king from Richmond. 6 and 5. is one of the favorites to grab top i Enrolled In the Horn &lanpsles
l : : l|=p : : : 1 : I I fourunder-par assault. Worsham's I Pap ,e 6. sA f
I honors in the 12th annual junior
s victory margins were a bid wider Barnes edged out Ben Owen of i, program of the State DrptrtaiaBt
!
1-- 1 'I ----- :; 4 and 3 over John Morris of the host Audubon Country Club, event. of Education are J2T aellosili111/" *1 L m (*No
,... M IN l Test M (>*Z7kf The lettiTs' scores::
--
I t ..., ra.ht.as a.rca tat fckulU. ta II i iP4. I I Montgomery. Ala. and 5 and 4 2.and. 1. I Bobby Henson. keUnd.. 74-76-ISO: I -- -
I over Clarence Doser of Hartsdale 1 Sonny Tinner. T.UahauH. 78-75-153: .
... .. .wet III ara41 'N. i Billy Lelcn Jr.. Lakeland. 75-81-156: of + ,k ,,,bye. KILL HIS'
.. ..,. reenftaeae j Y.Two Stymie Assault Larry SherrUL Tempi. 79-78-157; Herb 'HIe hII i.
rse_ ... 111114 of the golfing Turnesas, Lena Miami Beach. 82-76-158.
Scdultrxis, Orlando. 79.71-1s. FLEASTorment i
r 1'1"I 1I.4aI Mike and Jim of White Plains. ., Jut Jerry Roundtrtt.: Lake City 83-76-153: : e
-, T....., $...tt ._' katicd la: X. Y. were among the "sweet Take Crack At Bob Trammell.! Miami. -16O: Robert S'A..I !
Kodak L II.i...II. a>...... ktenu*. .n-! >. 16" at the end of the 'day. Hay**. Oriando. "-IS-U3; Jack Keen. Dust I
Tina kM ki. aUaai. MM rea: weatlataogle. HUral. 5-- -164. WWo
Lot ..erba Deebr fIa,.: G.elsr. Mike had a two-up win over Whirlaway's Mark I' Roy Peter Jr. Lakeland. 8 0-ItSt will kill the fleas
li, ..< Bm.kM.t fa.kvk. -.tIi sad "Sherman Elworthy of San Francisco Moot Thomas. Ocala! 86-81-167; Braxton
# t 54VIK ,-.t ,... .Le la.Igris4 ,.--a.... .Loa.. M__kalh: ?SOT 5us4rI*4. o ltnl..Mg 4. ?1tW: but had to go 22 holes to NEW YORK rAP Stymie and !i Green.KiDI. Orlando.Daytona 6)61167 Beaeb. 81-86: L.-1.167(Harm: K.ni on your dcg in<< Fvilia

ours 4)..... "..qr ii Orload. i..... &. .... a. TIM fork: ........ lmaa4 eliminate Chandler Harper. Jim Assault were named yesterday for OrUnde. 84-84=-16 : Dexter OanieU, Wia- l 30 seconds-if it fails it
.'. p-a'. r.., c.a. fattish aka iaaa_ ..... Cartnt. Tao 31.A4s needed 20 holes to oust veteran Al today's $50,000 added Brooklyn ;;: ter Haven C4-84-1E8.___.__ ,
.... Hef"eM
V.AIR.CONDITIONED is
srl INrllt sad bet ...... Watrous of Birmingham. Mich. handicap and if either wins he free! Harmless to the

E!....... .. ........ be ,.. but had a fairly easy time 4 and will surpass Whirlaway as the Browns Sell Gatehouse dog.

... w... 's ........ ... 3, over Walter Ambo of Webster'' turfs greatest money winner. To Boston Red Sox lIra.uj.
..
..
... let Oat AI a.wM rte ... I Grove Mo. Whirlaway set the present record 1 Ib. box .,_..,._,.$1.00 I

...oe tB .. mot 4d a+alMwb. 7 BAJT&ER5Mialmam Mike meets Mangrum today, of $561.161 In 1943. Stymie \ ST. LOUIS [lAP The St. JUNIOR DAVIS /4 Ib. box ._ ._ 30c .ar

4it* It .... .. ... ye waling I while Jim tangles with GhezzL! property of Mrs. Ethel D. Jacobs I Louis Browns last niht announced faces Barker tonight.
'_- ate. mw t1a u.rNgaL. Other pairings pit Mea against currently Is in second place on !, the sale of Denny Sold by Feed, Seed and i iII
*. EOU BARBER SHOP Art Bell of Colma. Calif.. who the money-winning list with $546- Gatehouse veteran righthanded Hardware :
II r Mo .... 4'.aiw f% Stores. ( .., .
A. L Dk...... IM X scored 4 and 2 over Dick Govern 435 and Assault triple crown win- pitcher to the Boston Red I
atw.o boa 0 >w .. 22 t:. Washington St. I of I'ner' of is third with the club from whom the PotentedwnuAMS'
Skaneatles N. Y. and 4 and 3 a year ago. Sox.
i1.. Iff h/t trtleMlFORT BarkerDavisMeet I $... tall...
over Johnny Bulla: Worsham'-, $538,570. Browns bought him In 1940. He
against Reggie Myles of East'i Only four other horses i.ere will report to the Bosoz im- | CHEMICAL Co.ML1tTACT1liae i

GATLIN Lansing, Mich. who eliminated' named for the mile and a quarter mediately. 201 IMps
I Jack Mitchell of West Orange N. test at Aqueduct. They are W. L. ;i South Parma St. ...

J.. and George Schneiter of Ogden. Brann's Gallorette: Concordian, I Some musicologist consider that in Duel i O&L.L'iDO !;. -

New Cocktail Utah, by one-up margins and Ed owned by B. A. Murphy; E. p. Beethoven influenced the develop- j I

;I cAU FoAL Oliver against Chick Harbert. Taylor's Windfields and Harry I ment of music more than any ,

t LOUNGE i Lamontagne's Kary Day.e. other person. j II Ollie Barker and Junior Davis -

l Fifteen More Nations I two of the State's ranking softball -

I Accept Bids To Olympics Cards Score First Win of Year i I duel pitchers at 8:15: pjn.lock today in a hurler's at Ex- -

e.e.4ag .... 'nil Midnight LONDON lAP Fifteen more position Park when the strong -
nations have accepted bids to next Waverly nine comes here for a return .
fH Gkttta Hotel year's Olympic games in London. I i Over New York in 7-3 Tussel engagement with Fletcher I,

H. On tt At North< bringing the acceptances to 27, the .i Motors of Orlando. t' /1 S

BEER organizing committee announced >; ST. LOUIS [AP] The fast-flying St. Louis Cardinals Barker and Davis battled for 13 i i jf

.J I yesterday The latest, acceptors were Australia '!i won their eighth straight game and their first of the season j I, fore innings Jack at McCollum Waverly: recently unloaded beI a I t
'
Cuba. Denmark Egypt from the New York Giants last night, 7 to 3, as they battered game-winning triple to hand the

PII YOUR COHVEHIEHCEWe !! Hungary, Finland. France Mexico. i': Mel Ott's men with a 14-hit attack. Joe Medwick and Del Waverly nine one of the three set- '

New Zealand Norway, Palestine. Rice poled homers: fOI:.the Cards and Johnny ,Mize and backs they've suffered in 20 sta/ts. f

Poland. Spain Switzerland and m1t.. &i"_'.er__ Cooper dittoed for the The local all-star nine has bag

Are Open Saturday Until 4 P.M. I Turkey. Venezuela sent her "re- Giants. It was' Mize's eighteenth.,r 17 I ged six victories in eight starts u t
NEW YORK (N ; IT. LoUIS ts. -
grets. Stan Musial made four hits and N r 1I.' .5t5 l a Admission to the game is 25 cents.: h

I'! drove in three runs. Harry Bre-i .:..... t. 1 I ..1IoW''It.t$ .' S 1 J 4 iw.s.b.2b
ALL ESTIMATES FREE TECH NAMES CAPTAIN I" 1 t 4 MS I et 41)18
ATHENS Ga. [UP Dan Edwards cheen limited the Giants to seven i zm'ad4e12SIMtldib 474110M NEW MERCURY 3.2 6 10 H.P.
I hits to rack up his ninth victory. m IS I' I 11aewkLa, lit 5 1 1 ;
.... in that University of Georgia end i w C.pert 4 1 1 4 1 R1au b..R 4S54Mm _
reur car I The victory, enabled the ;
we may give you from Gatcsville Tex.. yesterdaywas Cards i ktH.d 351 1 .aty.ketf 4OrdsaI : I OUTBOARD KOTORS 1
of i to reach the .500 mark in the 4 I S 2 '1:s..rf 3 1 1 0keyJs win. .
cost work done. elected Captain of
appe.xitnate to be the 1947 National J" 1 1 BMsaaaa 10014 .n
Bulldog grid squad. Quarterback :: League standing for the KaCtp 1 1 t BKMe! 41)15Ttelap See RALPH HAGOOD-Ph 96(4
first time since the first weekof 1 .al.8re5s.1 45555 .
LET US Johnny Raucb of Yeadon Pa. the I I -----I --- 3zt W. Pine [At OrUsdo W'UlaJ .
DO ALL have
YOUR season. They 28
WORK won
I was named alternate ,..It' ,
captain 22: t JJIW) TUb :IS
'1 1e55N. COmplete Rcpalri Oa IB
and lost the same number. .. T.- ___ 1.. ]K I4 Haiti; 'a"l .
I IlEA e..1.N --------- Prior to last night they had !If' 1...u .. __ S St.o I'Ia-T ;o _
Fender and Body M.T ; [sews: rnn*. lUm kt4 in: ;r5. _
Repairs Painting Kin \
f... lost ale to the i ::
('1.t- : straight Giants. Min. Bail :. W. rwm :. Kn kiTV. J.4f
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T COVERS SPORT TOPS I i The upper air 30 to 250 miles : Mar.. M.la 12abls plat Nara
i over the earth stays Wltrt and Mine; Meld. Ccka nMt > ad )t..ow Phoffit l-17U
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S.hrt lad Hba. Un as beta Sin
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emit Itnillatnia9 I WHEEL ALIGNMENT ; : I!' ionized by the suns rays but .4.8). Lnali (. Bam *a Yuba ble 3:, B-nbern Enjoy beer aMtitttit.
1 l a/te "'1 I lower levels darkened when the L Btrtknxti: Kob 3. SteW V Ban: 'Wf Hain sCamera Shop .
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t t MlCMAJ CAL WORK BRAKE WORK 1'.1.n....,.. '..'.VUrn-1 t f sun can no longer reach them return 4 ** t Loinc *"*.: gala ravin utfwhile. *, 182) E.dgewafer DrvrI ,
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t' Wilbur Boxing Card Stokes at To Legion Referee Monday. ,I, Major Gets Fifth Win ; Saints Blank. Pala/kQ/ II IIaOrlando




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....' ........ former middleweight .

;, Iira 4w1 ...... aI Orlando s best.known ring champion personalities of the rSatur'da June 21, 1947 ((grlartfo omtog &tnttnfl __Pogt 1Riggs

.... rr/er et tM N.rOUftd fight card scheduled for 8:30 Hands'Sanford I I BuonaioHNkTwoHit F

.....V .' fibs ...1Oft Arena. Chm p.m. vf
Doug Barnes of the Gen Capture
J' Kovacs Battle i
Budge
-** d+tt tomm Ue* announced yesterday. Ralph Perez :


a to reset eaMt*....--.mrat tat an ebemHllttre UM ,fichia withprtuia Feds Way To Pro Tourney Semi-finals Wild 4i i 'n Woolly T 6m I



IM most t I FOREST HILLS, N. Y. [AP] Defending Champion Twirls DeLandTo l 12-5 Skirmishi

c ., anl.NI. i11 Co- :5-2 Thumping Bobby Riggs and two of his foremost challengers moved For 1-0 Victor

I into the semi-finals of the National Professional Tennis i\of" _I.., .T'
($ty hn111g OAINESVILL.EaOalaiwit i .. wb.
I Tournament yesterday each the method of 6-1
; i4. ........ aha' The Orlando I by simple Triumph 'leashed an eight ..... Mate MM \L

" ....,.. O".L..r.. ... their first home Senators In 12 playing days i walloping the daylights out of.an underdog opponent. to blast the Letsb+art PlMM ft-* 1R ....... Air. iA

!. wwld IhMNtltlrs stroked their game to a 5-2 victory Riggs reached the semi-finals' : 1 :here last Bight in a i Ioib4s. __ ...... .... .. ....... .
ea Nea4f1,, h1M.Il2etttl over the Sanford way Celery Feds before i I at the expense of Elwood Cooke r oe' cf to Ortendo MoSr' .o" test which saw tw. Le/llitnf s.. ...41. IIIW M 111eM1 bs4i ........

... ( .. fir else .... w..W.e 011kr 1,071 spectators were at Tin .of New York the same man he : DELAND-Ralph Perez pint- one Gainesville ptojwr tifttotf IIJ .. 1110 -IatM i".e .' +

; ... ihipl/. dMrhtt v ker Field last night. Standings I defeated in the finals at Wimble- sized southpaw fresh from the the umpires. nond rwa.la. W 14Rltell. 40.-..
I .
the De-
... a.eIatMin1 win Craig Lybrand's ground-rules don eight years ago. It took him I ,Puerto Rican Isle elbowed Jack BunHareer Plrato tINt111r ..... ... a .i eiF..r'\4t11t !.
I 6 to 1 win
Hats to
M I..1.ne 1h' double under the leftfield nemo. STATE ICACUCTu five sets to turn the trick in 1939. 'Land Red a had elbowed four luttoiwbefore r.rea ... _tw> a.....4kLIw /

K Agit4etw board in the seventh inning score- ..Ana. It W tl L ,Pet Itl CB'Orlaida Jam. 12 w 2t L.55 Pit 7HDtUM CBm. but the Ferndale. N. Y. pro needed :][over the last Daytona Beach Islanders but six i I I he became taguM a 1- T114Wr .... .......
here allowing
night
i1 mid twe N4tTw punched across the Senators' mar- as!S.511 4'4 lUofoH S as..-$ USGMttU only 44 minutes yesterday to ", tussle with eatetoer r lied Dd1s es :.
4
31:R.:W S .Poles. 241r.3e114gt hits and would have registered a
,notch a.- 112- gin of victory.For I I e- s.S },II .}48 f IDa1B.. :t U.HI ItRwvltf sweeo through Cooke by scores of ,shutout had it not been for wild of the O-Mfa, After a ewpiPof
tttlN ....MM I41 waeWM +k i I'I Vottraay 64. 6-2. 61. j ; a I qukk blows both iP... tiel.
< the Senators it was their e\auSDO.- throw to first in the second frame. W ... ..
tN leA1t.NUDd :J t. sent to the above .
:.< first home game since they I It Au.1M t. 1'.1.111. .. In the semi-finals today, Walley Caddis on the mound lively, The anwaeM. MMtM T Mw1a
Sanford here June 7 I Defied '4. Dates Beira 1. Rifts will Uncle with Frank I for the Islanders allowed but
topped
ftrat
... ... w fir card lips, Gal* Ttll* It. l--. 5. after Dulaney slid iota *
when Joe Justice socked an llth T 4ay'* CIBM Kovacs of Oakland Calif, who seven hits although four errors ; .
.. IM e.... AMtM Catcher Bin Hall I.6t .. Wld
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Hd ... .. .
two ORLANDO it turned back John Faunce ef figured heavily in the scoring. ,
silt _..... iw. ......ms. hour home run to beat the I II. AiiHllM tt Piluks.Gnnun6s out in the O-Uan f..i.d .
Los Angeles 6-%. 6-2, 62.
'C
Feds 4 3.
I Ioh .
r- rases .iM.w a..11111ced. at it l>iji LMtlKirfDrLaod .. B...... : I DAYTONA EACH |, DELANO held hitim ..Ut IM ....... !Aa 4* tU.aN'a1"
Big Gene Major pitched steady One side of the upper bracket ; r la.a oh r boos the G-Meit 4 BBr4 99 .. JMasrda. ... i Mee a-r .' 1 Illafl .. .. i
I "ulliW LCAEUCTw semi-final also was filled with ,:II-.tf 51114lRwa,2b!, 41111 ...... ... a ib. *.. 4lND
seven-hit ball to rack up his fifthTin I W L Pet ,B Tu. W L Pit. tt I Ioad..t' 4. 1 II .,11......, 1 0 I 1 1Mn.er.N who.k over rWBavncanter *
Nancy Morrison WILBUR STOKES against four losses >. Tack n II .*:I ,rmctntl 'I 23 ill ISMvtM comparative ease when Don Budge I' 01 01(1-tet.3h I. IIIW.O.t sad m4 t.*.. ....Jfe i !
I n31Xd! 1 .Wukla 2427.471 l\, 'I of 4 1 0 1 NM.Penalb 1001 l'' -
Oakland seeded second betweenRiggs .T
The Senators tagged Bill Stanton j .
.
former Southern chomp. rmlt 27 ti tit t .rkirai t*tl .4i* lit I RbOu.lb : I I : 1Watld.nJ 5 1 1 1 I' hit, pint lhr* Mete ere M a0e0I *
ace of the Fed hurling staff and Kovacs. disposed of''; 1 3 41T.es.rs 21143Ier,3e ;
: I'bU'ab1. MM 'It t '''Rt Leis U It.l'll IWRmilts I rlnpkl.d geed far their eight n...
for 10 solid hits including Ly TnterdupNs. Wayne Sabin of Reno Nev.. 6-2. I'' I' 3 I Hriarrkr; I 1 1 1 3Ich'.4't.r .-- .. '
I 1 1 1 *|JI Hurt Jf 11 1 l 1 >.. '"
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Gains Finals i brand double In gaining the Vic- I ,'Task I. IMU 1.W 63. 6-4. ".10110., I' 1 0 Ill......... t I I 1 Leesburg had Uwafrvtl .tall a w..s r ...
.
I BehrensCopsJunior tory-which did nothing to Florida hippos I.I.BMta tol. Uuis S laiM( ( i| H.CMrtltiMl The came what promised to be '| lifM.rr 15110.. three-run Wad in the tt*> ..... ,.,.
: ---- .l
State League standings except I TkirM* at PHtuIoghiL'sd.i rile.TNsYs the most interesting match of the "..... JI.:4 'I retell. :3111175 fifth when they Uuxfced MVM _- es.

submerged the Feds another full Pltllteble ,11dono' ,..Co.'s end lot __ leI.r.ubsas.l day. the test between Perry. 38- ll.n_ Read II' .e4 's1IIN..I the five hits gibea vii fer WM. ..
Na ltjd 1 Jw4 Title back of the. fifth place Or- : year-old former British star and 114 ISO Oar dbrroru Biles.VUhiMk.
game I
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8U Lult It "HtltlUxlu"PMIOT It 4) n. Hufatr replaced t.lHI4a acct .
lando club the fifth-seeded Van Horn of betted Ie: a. r--. "1_ ..-. (--. 'he :t ,
S !gall df qsr (y1MtnItI 1 12.51.Cblca.. Chattanooga. bee bite: Imr' H.Isr1e. Rey. n_ ... the sixth and WM ,....
hooked
I DAVIDSON N, C. tAP] Buddy Both clubs up In a tight at PhtUdrlpkia-Piplik (34) n. Pie.ii. I :: .
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: hie Waddrll.' Ki tr tarn Kkim. Rnim .
: : : i.
lM1 IwlrM r t11'P.ea Bdv n.. 11-year-old national ten- hurlers' duel for four scoreless innings iI-II, I They: battled for an hour and II R !>> (. II... Left M lw n: pats RDrUml .... following frame by Mar 811 1 y .t f <-
lath .eIM taa1m ate hopeful from Fort Lauderdale. before Orlando went out Orrralr Dal1911 II.U(at :Nee n. Ck T >rk odl-.<2))-(it Tmit.4) and It BtyioMi 3t sad I five minutes Before the big left-I .. S. ... w talb: an C
tltlq rpgMI14 Fla annexed his third straight front. 2-0. in the last of the fifth I il4t.CM.rlasd. ... DoII.aItHI. | handed Van Horn a dozen yearsPerry's wild.... *aI'U.. 'snack ..Mmfey sub-R Leesburg left IW*if. ills allie- 0 :- S
f IR t aslr am.lhrrn run-counting hits K Swss-Pellw Cl-J> Junior captured the and Mlwk. Ttmt H I'M. Johnson. was teat W anshoaer earl/ Bet -- r"ry.ara
Junior tennis champlon- on by.Lybrandand | first oa' ? '
t :... :,;., :., "
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1 Ufdr
Io. hip here yesterday with a 6-0. Rex ThrooP. set 1412. Van Horn also rackedup in the etsinto kf .?..... ... a 1 '..,. -
., inM 1.2. The Feds knotted the count in'' NATIONAL KASUETM I the second set. 6-2. Parkers Win No-Hit. after he voiced too Mall. and .
-J, finals John as Perry -
victory -
over W L Pet El,,Tun W I Pit. SB { t:.. : .. .. ::: : .
tMm..a tetaa.t Bell Keeble of Nashville Tenn.. the top of the seventh when Majorhit Baum SIM Ml ,IM Lois. 1> t*.M* I'i I tired and they divided the. first long an objection to. betec ll.
l1-irM t3aMeteN The boys' title went to Dick Buddy Lake to open the Inning X. Tact 2e MM 23.138:5W 1 W iPhll Ctnrl'pkl'MU 14 ITS J4*:IT4 114 Iftraokln 1141! two games of the third set before Legion Contest out on strlkea. f' : .. '' : ..

/ the Md.elal.d Hatroyd of Delrsy Beach. Fla who an Mgr.Don Murray followed Chins S 15. 1 IPtlukrik 11>1 .II* ISChlcx rain chased them from the courts. lIn .|' '&IMtVtMfeoria awfitat -, ..- '
New with a single. After both runners lteMlta( YI..407 After a 30-minute wait tourna-I Pete. Brown and Williams collaborated tie ,
upheld his first seeding' with a ** !" i i to riM s e s o
e" *al/thlw.M .4, 7>S. VS decision over Hamilton advanced a notch on Justice's error .. BIMIriUMucik ',. ment referee Renville McMann to hurl no-hit bill! for : .::. : l : I WM4 t: I I I' ta .
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Hktiardaoo. Baton Rouge La lloltwld and two were away, Stanton 8t Lwu '. :0... last I UUM). postponed play until 10:30 ..m. the Winter Park American Legion ..,, loll' : I .11.1. +1N

d M Prt.r.ittrd aadr thus avenged his defeat by. looped a dinky single into short <(Mlr |UM HkdhilWlTt4y. 's.Cum today with all semi-finals matches junior baseball nine who defeated :.:.ks..1: 4 : : a1A'J : n, .1 1\t

AN .U wet. fled RJrhardaoa in the Cotton. Statestournament right to drive in both. Sanford's Probable pitchers: (s's w4 A' ncwJt tertilUVIphla \ scheduled in the afternoon if Winter Garden. "-1. at Harper- .....4'IS..1.11$5t 1 Ilwelyw 55s5.rtrdu.lb .. .tak. ..
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M MINeel I.s M inter week. ",__..1: the weather clears ; Shephard Field yesterdayThe 4 1 I" 1IMtt I ell sill .. I l lisat =
vltM to.0 l.dne last runsThe Senators came right backIn at Pltuburth-Hsh. tiIt visitors scored their lone n.... I 1 Ili Id i I I SR.l E. .. -
i ....., U 1)). w.. l 1 0t hy s 4 1.Miasd..p .
M taatittaltat the bottom of the seventh to Braokll. .& C d..t1-T.ylw, tl-2)) n. TamttrMMT i, Bell-Massey Combine !run in the sixth inning on two : $5505'MakslLp ,.
of O LANOOof Frank Leahy To Head score two runs and ice the IS 31BntM I consecutive walls' S S S 0 1Crwd.a
Williams.
game. by
t. r tru_.ili (T 4> .. Lade lI.a\ 11155TM.Y :
Ps4at ,leash It was the Lybrand-Throop combination N.w \"wll it St. Lml-But II'21 ... P41I I Captures_ Tag Match i iI who took over mound duties in
All-Star Grid Staff I I
,flit. .tart nay that paid off with the It-'I. I With Referee Jackson and 'that frame a wild pitch and an 31 I lI41M I i ii j S.
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..-- CHICAGO rAP) Frank Leahy I 1-2 punch. After Doug Robertsonhad INTERNATIONAL LEASUt I'grappler Bill steadham getting error by the moundsman. Williams t Cala.Nle = :

.a.r.WL l iirrrtii of Notrt Dame regarded as one singled, the first of his: first Teas W L .P.tTeas'; !W T 12 L .Pit.Momnsl 4 4UrmiM the worst end of the 'deal last atoned for his: miscue to a certain I I anLot........ ....

rAp) CM Matt Wlnn of college football most successful I two hits with the Solon, Lybrand II SI 2 3.HI' t( BufTtto RockMlw :l II.MJnwr I night's tag wrestling match at the extent by rapping out the game's ; ....,,.........................'.. ._. .. alt( tt lid .

i WM reported leaden, yesterday was named I parked a doubled under the left- CIO JJ:'.3'.>mirt I t II...434Bdtt.ws Legion Arena proved to be one only extra base hit. a double. M.... swan ...lt bsellte tw : -

-ed tNttT- as head coach of the College All- : field Scoreboard to put Orlando 21 Ilt0111b Sf.444Tw.t.,Y twdee, nil inRocbwtw of the best that local wrestling Chubb Parker catcher stole six j I, YwrIs. ....: ........ .. tc .. W ( KPIM
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a 14 ailsal letlete111.iM Bur. squad which will play the 1 ahead. 32. Throop followed with I.S. Smna I-S. fans have witnessed in a long time.I bases. i 0''t Mw Tyr.se law we Mar w
we a eeW sad Chicago Bears champions of the I his second consecutive hit to score %>v.rk 4. Tinmw. S.Jmo Tag team composed of Ted Bell Score by innings: R H E Os'YY..: 5a4 ee 5 = S Srlsiplu. 'I: eesnda aaA et'riwaaw

= :oW s.s4 IN mt&M National League in Chicago's llth Lybrand. MonlrMl City I I.2 BtlUMt Baffife. L LSOUTNERN and Al Massey toot the first two W. Garden 000 001 0-1 0 6 .a Noe 141, lurks 1e a,4..a ti ,is., .nwallw r N-sa, Oatiarr.

Items kit horptttl annual chanty game at Soldier The fifth run came in the falls of a two out of three match I W. Park 201 022 x-7 7 4 aA.r..e 41s..h11, Lm .... lr.bor .

held the night of Aug. 22.THT eighth when Lou Bevil singled. HfMlt AHOCIATI9 YwtirttiAU from Bill Steadham. a rough and J Charles and Wallace: Bro1'D.'WUliams \ Gal-- T ... r .IApo..ous ......t ,

I took second of Ty Braziel's sacrifice <.. T. Ctwiunooi. tumble artist from Oklahoma and '' (161 and Chubb. carat -. S.$5 .-.--- a-....- t .... .
stole third, and scored on Xufttlllt I. BlmliihiM I 111Motollt 1naIap). his partner Bill Richards.At $.. 11ft S. s..c.h. n... -.r
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rua nBTANnes. Catcher Johnny Washington'soverthrow Bark it lltapkU O. Nr> UrluM ppd.. nlk.JJUI .. the end of the match all four elf beads_ 4 r t .caw cab..tit -
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91 SINE reHrrt SEfiVICE-FINE DRINKS of third. LIAISE contestants were in the midst of II FSL Roster Changes I If it.L erd- bow ......... I. _'a 's--s.. 3i

COME TO THECAMiLELICHT 'OUTH ATLANTIC,..tw4., the audience with chairs .\ Sen.,nePOCAtA lIi_ 1n'sg's'. _..d4. I..... uraw.
d The two clubs meet at San- IIIta .. flying I f fSDE'ciolo l : Orlando Lean 11r d 551., I ItI
JwkissetUs. I', G.-\II.( and the aid of local police being -Florida State headvuarter -
ford at 8:15 today. Right
CLUB p.m. ('11I.._ 12 t. C.*<|.J>1 It t. her last night announced ta* lollew-
hander Stan Zedalis is scheduledto Awaits 11. MMM S.MTUiuk i needed to stop the riot. Inc player roster chanted reported darta I v
MI.tt dre t s14w1 rt4w MUto-wtiur Tart for the Senators while I It. durinMl .. In the other bout of the eve- th* day .
/., loo.na11a1 r.... tits to b I i nin,. Tiger Joe Marsh took a two DAYTON BEACH: Placed Wilbur Oat- NOW OPEN
Mtr. Murray of the Feds expected I feoff' oa its disabled list
to counter with Charlie Reed St. Cloud/ lout of three falls victory over PALATKA: Signed limited service ..werc.odldo "'
Whips A I Johnny Carting unpopular wrest- :: .... ..".. .j ,iZiiiLrrnaua. gatr i

p' ..... ....,.,..., P' !' God Bissen. j I With/ / One-Hit fiurlingiSpeciol i her from Minnesota
!:1 Next home game for Orlando bat n... .*4 1'..... f*.|

3 pjn. tomorrow when the to Orlando! Morning; Sentinel 1! The State. Department of Edu- II The Tropical 1 Hotel"Central

seventh-place Palatka Azaleas Invade -I' ST. CLOUD-George Reed Or- cation recommends a 20 hour Florida. Fiatit"KISSIMMEE I i SINiSNNK PATH

HL'I) Tinker Field. lando American Legion junior I course in drivtr education to be FLORIDA 4M X rarrasMr wet II ftke r

SANFORD t, ORLANDOilrbiST baseball hurler. had a no-hitter I given as an elective subject in the Cider New Ma.age.ne.tOpen I ? .. rIle ...f<22"
urhe.iM'Ms H/:1 ta-
COCKTAIL spoiled with Uo outs in the last Mw Nee
r.2h I 0 1 S t Lybnad.ie 4510 eleventh grade the actual driving I Year Round ..
ate. ael.sMlse: +r.e IN..I ss.u os .........M Aaa.oW-Td: w. P. trs-i ..Ide.d. 401 I 1 TW p.rt 40710. inning here yesterday as he hurled I to be done as "homework" under Cocktail Lounge ,I Real ehai. ..........
.. Raw ee.ib I. 1 r 4 J..211 4 I 1 visitors to 11-0 victory over I Lnchco It-I lash a-a .
Ltlt.tt s l. 1 ..t1.Jr 4110 the a I the guidance of parents. I Pizzas sad M 4 Ta al* 134psne
,I.n..211 4 1 2 7 S l'.nleI.rf 10 1. 1 1 the local nine. J It Tae Ow i
Oily a ,few mbwln tit,,, "frwi fit Hart of' town Rbblark tt 4.. 1 1 1.. Mw.1s.1b I I I 0 1 111 1 I 1wre DePew. St. Cloud moundsman I'' BCKB: : AVD! WWE PRO Illtore. /
4 1 Bober\.n
: GOODS DAVCIXO COCKTAILS tmKrJkBUSWB.P.'..e I 1 1 r 1 Rtn.e 4 I I r l singled to left field for the locals' DANCING TONIGHT t.ad.r-ell.at M..tf.tt
rACKAnC I I O I ( Major 30017 only bingle off the Orlando ace.
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I T.uii IS" Hi ij| Tvuit aa S 1'f It No local runner reached second.
SILVER STAR BAR E
Owfonl _- -- bee 2e*- S base LAKESIDE PARKS
: :: 5* 09 tie-
,.. uorosi soco SCMDATSI I 1 I Orluid Emn Bnsitl.Ley....-....: WM alMa LeRoy Browning collected :M. P,'". t*) IS PJI. '
hill Mfl. ,... its Lh iU .s Cheney Highway a.M fc.tt.4 la: Ljtaud J. Throo J. Uttam .2.Tip I double and triple In three times up KVOWUOVJ LAKESIOB ORCBESTBASH I
.... LytrwL PtolM. kiM.Ttoopt. :
.. kill atbwl: Bl.blork_ HiertHn. : Brute Itnbltll.n i, to drive in four runs while Peeler Mlles So.tk rt Orlando M OU DbU Highway
-- -- : Murals .t* Jwllt. : "",,"DII. Jiutk* u4ftotoTlm and Reed also got two hits.
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CKXTAH. IGWKE PACKAGE GOODS .. t. Bu M Wife: Score by innings:
fHWfG ROOM bus: .1,4.1. OrtaBd Today
,. 203 0-11----0 1 -
*H ",._ L Bin** MI: k< Mitsr Orlando, 141
T. Hit kr tHrtm: .kr M.j.c UkK tBpirct: St. Cloud 000 000 0013 .e.. S {
Tirtor tat Wi...... Tl>. f HIM: !:**. oily
PATIO Reed and Stevens; DePew and
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Picnics i Combs Awaits RulingOn Bass. Ataa lad as 1.4 Ir+ae1ta3ecoach :;;;-'-

I TONIGHT"ALIAS / <
the stars" Mount Dora Nine Ti Damn'wos ... TIar
"Dancing under DeLand Player Legion I aeby ..Isl.T 1....

M* .i4MM ... all > ..<*. ......4Ur.. all Itw iy.* I [Spec ol to Orlando Morning Sentmell f Turns Back Eustis 7-6 BILLY THE'DON KID" S..stt c.,... ...rrew"Strange -
R ott*'( L; BLOitOM TRAIL OFEN: DAILY. 11 A. M. OCALA-Pres. Al Combs of the ,

Florida State League announcedlast I ISpeool to Orlando Momng> Sentinel tI I RICHARDO ,RETURNS" Fred Coky W.ma.w"Swing 1 *- ..
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JL' night that DeLand club officials EUSTIS The Mount Dora I "LATEST' WORLD NEWS" TIm JasRi.rM

had mailed him data Indicating I American Legion junior baseball
CnOdrea Under Twelve la Cart Admitted Free
that player Ted Rosa is squad scored a 7-6 victory over the rim Stow T:tl Complete Show From II::M
Flamingo Club a limited service man and not a i local nine here yesterday. Two

veteran as charged Thursday by I unearned runs on two bases on
CHWCY HIGHWAY Jeff Emerson director of the Pal- balls 2 hits and an error with two tt
I I in the fifth inning the
atka clubEmerson. away gave
FAMOUS FOR FINE FOOD FOR 20 YEARS I '
visitors the
I also had mailed Combs game.
JAY MILLERS ORCH. EVERY NITE a telegram from George M. Traut- i Score by innings: R H E BILL FLOYD'SSHOBOAT s s
Mt Dora013 120 0 7 7 2
"*' c.... .* MUl.us Except Sat. SOeft&Nf man. president of the National i -
.. .. 7 i
Assn., declaring Rosa a veteran. I' Eustis 211 100 1-6
5110, CLOSED SUNDAYS Combs indicated he would awaita I Hawthorne and Ledford Me-

ruling from Trautman.. Haffie; Palm and Hardin.RAPETTI. ir F

PACKAGE STORE y
Last Night's FightsNEW

YORK AF) NBA lightweight
POST demotes Ik* William ludenly exploded .
TUX HITCHING all bia draamlU la tile fourth round Ian 1
3 MILES SOUTH ORANGE' BLOSSOM TRAIL
niibt to knock out Junior welterweight FOR SPAGHETTIServed ,
titleholder Tippy: Larkln In MadlsogSoutr 4max
TAVARES, FLA. Garden. Williams weighed 131 y.. S t.d. PJl-Clotef Monday

Larkin..Uw 14Laurtlac sad tlewly...,ter atalnit. hoeing the wlt eitrtmebc rwei.ht- ;I Bt 17-92 Winter Park WEEKEND WHISKEY SALEWe -
SPECIAL
'7c &NMKEN DINNER 97c from Oarfield N ..1.h.. electing .lit tM i .
Netre betas to open w ta tbs third heat
and palling oat aUh.* atopa ea bli t4
Sunday aboU. pat the crusher ea at 1 I
YOURSELF
All JVH HELP i
yt wont minute.The Trenton 44 aeeond fNJ.of J the knockout fourth ipeciaUil round 'W'tD Sell Below All Competition and Guarantee Minimum Scnriaf el' 15% OH Rtfvbr' frki

floored Tlppr first with a whole serlei
OPEN ALL SUMMER of haymakers about midway of the round.. I BESSER'S RESTAURANT

.Knurl. .Week Days 12 to X S to S.; Sundays to S Then Ike Just when waded Larkln In and wobbled wound to It his up feet witt: I Meat*. Poultry, Cold, Cats. Sov. ".-,'' t.tsda's
a hook that_ had tippy doing awUilni r Cream. cheeses UayomaalM.Punpermkkel FREE yae
.AaI HILL OPERATORS VIRGINIA HILL acrobatics as be foled M the dug floor, aye all EoO 5
t where Referee; Eddie Joseph. counted lbtuSS eI I III W. caorck >c TeL s-zm i
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you get during the evening.hYcnch 4


I .pi Fried JUMBOSHRIMP$1.25 (Limit All Whiskey One Case to Each Customer. NOM Sold t. Dwltn It fir host) .r

RESTAURANTi (I. D M| Reeti o.IrJ l

'"ONI Of RWHWS 1 i The Following Whiskeys Arean 'U'%:'jr AT NT RATE PMNS fr


I Miin ftMtli M Ornate EUoa m Trail n Three Feathers GINS ,

i Lord Calvert CALVU"

NOW 9tW+I DINT EXCEPT SUNDAY PhiladelphiaCalvert LLOYD ..Yt

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l rmntr omit BOAST BEEF Chef dany special BarOpen Jd r RestaurantOpen THE WAR IS OVER .. I -


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r CHICKEN I I Midnight I and in line with the President's request we promise to offer you weekly' Ipttiek


E f Drive In RestaurantON I at reduced prices and worthwhile savings. I Ii i


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?s94. I 9rlanb &rnttn-tl .;. Saturday, June 21, 19471Mart ,-New Minister Slayer till

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I7I ; Shows ,I Daily Citrus Auctions' Citrus Report I Quits; Hungary

I CAKLOT: SHIPMENTS REPORTED FOR Hunted -
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THE U. S. FOR THURSDAYConenadits' I J Jr
ORANGES I Fla.| CaLIArM I La.rTaii.ia'M Tension
Gain Under
Slight florid $t& Boxes T.r*. >toUl.earm carat ears cars total i ..
I at4. Boxes Wlnbd. lAd BIT. Calif. ./$BIL Oraues [ 152, 18"l II I : 342 I .
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Boxes' Grapefruit I 24 241 16 I I 64 .. 1... '''' '.
CTTT-Wsrttl itrm Car* AT Can Can AT. Can AT Mixed citrus ,! 141; 71/( /f 1 I 21 i BUDAPEST [UP] Political ten- ;." .. ::; J
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Ends *. .. 3801esn343 .. : ( .
As Week wT rt CH t low r' ---- 1 4.11 14 12 4.00 Unreported June 3 .
.*.... ....... '".""* 1. 2 388 5 3.31 ... __ '
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=. Ilaa.us .w..&& .......,..H Nnth.sedl ____ 1 4 47 -__- _---_ 4 4.14 _' ar.SUMMARY OF THROUGH the resignation of Laszlo i.{ >, --4-- .4. .

... -rlaa4 flowrri ___________ __ 4 3.72 .. __ 7 3M -__ 1 THE FLORIDA PASSINGS GATEWAYS minister to Belgiumand h. k 4- !
... t.. c- .... M.M (< 4--
.I. M 1n14 t.r psp S*. Low* istratfrl _____ ,_ 2 301 __ __ 2 3 as __ Atlanta for 24-ho.. period at endinc 6 a._.: the Netherlands, and appar- -. .. v s
..I /3N .' 11..' 31 GhMUftall nxhDle44> ____ -.: __ 6 .3M __ ___ 3 362 __ I I West South T ta'Orsnrl r1 r +.. ., 8kaekr4 .

11. Not ten wal. bows ihubrrl _______u___ __ 3 3 n __ __ 5 3.98 __ ,, .. ._ East 19 144 ent confirmation of reports that 1
a.. ... 4111 N M 1..411 78 47 kid- :
BaMUMrt _._ _. 3 4.87 __ I IT Hungarian secret police had
('.'. ::=::::=: : i Grapefruit .. 28 2 :3 33 5 ,. _
,$ =..CiI. Jt ______- 1 4.1$ 40 3.80 Jew 1I.4j 56 3.88 _. ... j Mixed citrus 10 1 1 12 naped Laszlo Laky: Hungarian -a ._
GRAPEUUIT" : Total tars held. 6 s.m. yesterday au 44 ..
1NN a/
... w ($ d. ,, .- repatriation chief, from a Vienna
... N ll -. t/ M d eran e 1 mixxl. rltmi. 3 -
I. 1 ..y ..... e M Florida Ind. RhCTTT PASSINGS POTOMAC YARD AND PASS street. f' ; = ,
11442'. 34IR -Market kin Std. Boxes Wlrebd. Rots INGS AND DIVERSIONS AT CINCINNATI Jekelyi. close friend and adviserof .... h
... -- x Can AT. Cars Al.CarSAVPklf.dtlphia : for 24-hour penod ending 8 s.11I. yesterday; i #, -. .-
t' 1HJP.. .fa-a 41.1aq *,. Tort CJtp flowtr ______ __ 1 4 44 few 2.52 1 4.20 Tan- Pres. Tildy: and his former chiefof ..
9aMi sSf.m. ) Bcchanied) .__ __.:_ __ ___ __ ___ __ n_ Or- Gra_ ..r- Mrae4wet cabinet telegraphed his resignation : a .. j
..... IBOttkCUwlaM __________- ._--w. -_ __ ___ __ fruit 'lose Cit,..* i ..
......,.11 Inael .-. __ ___ ___ __ Baltimore 3 .. ': from Switzerland because ;
.... YdRX 'API The Stock a."H' _d_ ---.:..- ___ __ ___ Boston _::--:::::: 3 1 I "the new government has lost its ,

....... ..... ... ."' (n- QHrato itowrlCiatmult ::=-.a.= :--- = : Cleveland 3 ; freedom the result of a Com- : b 'IMF' ... .
e.1 1..1.. == : = :: = :: Detroit : ::::: 3 1 .. I as .. f .
etM a tk.413Vx rib to nt ( ______ ____ ?. __ .. :
.. warn) u New Raven ____d_ 1 1 munist maneuver. ,.48ss 4K 9.. .. 4

.. d fTniiffM.il Why tttt ve4e. and Drtroat.rt ilowtrlBaMlm ::======== ==== :: ::: /: :-: :: ----- !I New Philadelphia York City__._______ 23 10 4 2 ____ 2 liWashington. I Premier Dinnjes at once Interrupted i 3..r.d0) t. a.MI ,

.... artsen T.... _________?__u_______ __----.,_ 1 444 few 252 1 4.20 D. C. 3 -. j vacation in the t>411. tltr I "
..... .... M Mangle both tone OMA'CFiturr Held for reronsitnmfnt. Potomac Yard i i Tildy's ea.a-4 9Ia. ... .. tI IItItIN 1
"" 9...., Ifnortdtfern ($M4 ten) 8 ..ID. yesterday mixed citrus. i country and asked him to return

Ind. HIT. leas here. .. '" j
II QI. Ia/1QL atwla.a CTTY-Usrirt ttr. Std. Boxes Wirtbd. Boxes Boxes I .
Mp- ... ****.* iTMtoatrtabWajr !... Tort Cit ewr. __ ____ .1 3.14 7 3 82 1 4.S9 Eggs and/ Poultry/ Well Informed political circles .. .. .. 4

PleMI1S 'lIMh.IIUd) ________ __ 3 2.76.u ___ 1 4.45 ,1e ,- $s1aNI1.
.. MI. ndvs.. taint were "'t. ..mops .__uu_______ _- 1PNtt1r.h __ __ :_ u. JACKSONVILLE!' UP) Florida Beany predicted that Jekelyi's resign '

ttl...- tit W MH f1 aW* IMO
In.i Cklraio Oowert .. 2 1.84 IfrC'ltr ing would bring more resigna- .
MM! 9atsT ad awn weekend, t L. la ::=-___ L. ::: -_? w J. 2.23 Grade A WU lilt.I I! tions by Hungarian diplomats and < .. -", ... '''''''

IftI8ImtI a-n..tJ 'lIOar' ___________.__. -' Per dx. it ., nfam'Bn
were ''' 3
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1-atde: DrtrMl ilovrrl _-________._ h 1 2.17 -- .-- ..- Large 24 U officials abroad and would cause 4z'i -,. -- 44 4 ?j t
aattUMr* .h---.-n----_-_- .. .. .. 1 308 Medium 21 52 more flights by politicians.
-c. AfaitthMPei! W-rtock T4441--------------_ 1 3.74 14 3.03 1 459 7 2.SO Small _._._____ 18' 47 Pear W44s. w
Extra lane ______________ 28 51 ::''; i- ,.0 rje Flt ... j
....... e/1PSArd 2.4 a point toIt. Salea direct to eotunmen I ( i' ; ,
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I Isd is .. feet was &Mad ;' Net Pel. D/onnes in Ottawa : 41 > 4afar 1 1MiIMRI
Grade A WLDos.
I S .... TM 1 trtiwf era of 'I 1 Stock I I' Per df. la Crt '.

........ .aa ..,. tit* withy bestKJww Closing Quotations 6I Lane e df om---_._.._....._....-.-- 21 240. 601$5S3 I For Religious Fete ,, nJllf 1


.II...1neampared.. Of In tuun taCW YORK IM THE CAP>SPOTLIGHT'Sal.,. closin .rice; I -0Obo Hits. High Low Last : Small Extra larli .. ____ __.______ 26 III ft OTTAWA TAP] The Dionne LUXURY. HMPH! PURSE IS NECeSSARY: I ".., ,. .. Of Sttw t..M

nptltlflt, W a4Kanrd and 221reported ..4 M4 clMMwa .. tho IS most active Oil ____n_ 22 24'% 24 24% I Sales Retailers to Consumers Sake to Quintuplets arrived in Ottawa private war between the sexes: Mrs F: eck; c' l Waho'no I !
..-. rtr4avt Otis Elevator 3 :28! % 28% 2R'% i attend the Marian
yesterday to .. Lt 1
.... Cv'.4 5 a ... IlIOI-Pia ... 3b.M Owens ni Glass un___ 2 72% 72 72% Use Dressed Live Dres.: ed I IFrren I New York Federation of Worrven's Clubs, ..",... .J
tI"" 17117 n-n lkil14i1 Tet A T" 1t.JM-u.. ... ..... !i Florida Dressed Dr'wn Dr'wn 1' Congress but their parents kept 11' ....I ".... If1a35 .>
a111Mki heel. Mt H.PM of extrnda 3v., & C. n.Joe.u. v. bi.fd..1.e Pac Tr.-COM; _n_ 6 I 4, 4.. 4% j! Broilen 2-3 ender Iba 38 57 43 65 them out of the public's sight. I on the table with a crash in her testimony pg'; ''z 4' # etlilt ::D .. M1'I
Ontil ..._2..z. ... 14. Packard Motor .-.. 64 S".. 5'% 5% .
1217 "het nib and of Urorarhri4 ... ... I1.WC-M' SB.OHM Pan Am Airways 51 10'. 10% 10.., I Bnibra" 38 5? 43 6SJ The 13 year old girls made the I 20 per cent luxury tax on women's purer A T ... b ..... 4M1111 $4 tllletre7r. t

... lttw/1lelntn in many M** & O** 12.00434. n' Vi.MV Panhandle P &: R _.37 '73% 7 7\. breeds 36 51 40 50 180 mile trip from Callander I least 20 pockets including his overcoat -' "* r1 ."**" .. ......
0.51.5 C..$... ........15... v0 4i.- Param Pictares __ 48 26'. 25'. 26% ; brothers .
nltalNRy15. the lint. half of Ctntrtt ...301-1..... .. V*. I Penney (JC .____ 17 44\\% 43', 439,, Hens Ugnt: breeds 28 42 32 49 Ont. with their parents, I have and must have somethtng m H. t ra- "* -..' tlyee.... 4tsgr 4r3W.
tM yIM C1MMe14I% aUrnlloaof US sal 1.Ot..&. V. 4.. Arl! ... 11 7',. I : and sisters and stayed at Church I none eril J'" j
STOJK!
at P.... 1..1....'.... v. 84.I. :::1.I&: Lt _--- 31 J,. 20 J I! CURL LIST School quarters near Ottawa plunder. she insisted. But the oll-etlols House Wars ond Mem j
.t... M JINII1Ifta of Ih* Srart Furnished through courtesy ME1TiI1' If4.4Yn'
...* KM* 1 MC-1TV* ,.. I Penn RR 55 18', 18% 18% r
.. i MI MM MM labor bill orrr Am Tl A Tl s30/.lS:1I.: u1' 23 4. Pepsi-Cola _--:_:: 78 32% 31% 32 ,I Lrnch.Aluminum Pierre.Co.: of Fenner Amer-----------and Bane: 61' versity. uni.1 Committee before whom she opp9)or9)d found no lima .... .. .
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.. .H. Tlw' ***** Exehante 44.4.....O.5t.S. IM 7315. .IS'S vu e.1.eybwM Phelps Filler Chss Dodge ft: CO_-__- 34 3 40 41% 99'40",, 40'39'. 1 Amrr. Cyanamid Co. B. _________ 42 I A police escort was hibiting women from tavinf pockets toe c: .. ... I

.eyef. aaaa4 nerd after the close .. New r..M-l.H HP .... Phil. Elect nU n _. 8 23'. 23% 23'. : Amer. Gas & !lee. _________ 38% take the quints to an ---- -- 4MI:2

aitD..lt th. Nth consrcutire I Phllro Corp ______ 9 26'% 25'. 23'. Art.Amer.Nat Lteht Gas A A.Traction. _____________I 20'S theatre last night for a religious m ran ..... aIt1&IM !

slh .. the abort Hew Tart AP) Cb' seas mrr Hi inI M.... M .h L.w Last Phillips Pet" n___ 7 59'. 59% 59'. -- Greek Church Opposes .... )
....... 1 1...4H aharea. hit hot ACP-ftrin. Hot 24 8>, 1 i. g>4 j Pressed' Stl! Car __ 19 ', 10'. 10'. All Barium Fisheries Steel :::_.:_.=_ =::: 81.4 't !I religious exhibits at Lansdowns dipletmatl. rtM .n1t tar. floe d0. "

..... Neien96t+ |t4S.tlt4tef Alt Alaska. 4iwttoil,*"..... u_._ 24 9 33 S'U. 32"S>., .33'11,5". |, Pub Pullman STC KJ___-::::- 11 9 .57 24%% 23 57%% 23'5734'. ;' Creole Pet. Corp.n__n____--_-?._____ 29% Park today. Relations With Vatican VaUcaB. Tilt EMawMny r.*9a.. s. .. ... .. r
....... ._ > Cities Serrlr ______n________ 34'. They are to make one formal I' !
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.P Corp 3 3', 3'. : Pure OU ___ 7 24%, 24!. 24Vi I fir etml t
Ha rrUanJ fremf AUee! Uid 811 1 33', 3591 35 SAJ j I w I Elee. Bond t.Share Co. .__ _______ 12'". public appearance, as soloists on a ATHENS IA?] The Holy: Synodof Sloe et rtfcafeiM. iUi th, V.'... 1-
Falrcbild En. A Airplane Corp. __ 2 .
THNIu" .... r the year. Cl>.. Or* u. 5 178 1T7H. 1773.Ant.c Radio Corp ________ 46 8% 8.,. 8% I Glen Alden Coal Co. __ 16% religious music program tomor the Greek Orthodox Church was dcusc 4 racvsuly a k. figsCabinrt. ..,. a -_ +3g .
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Mf| 8 33a 35 4 :33U t tiB I Radio K Orph 42 12% 12 12 Or. AtL A Pae. Tea Co. ____________ I t.----'
.... ... TIPhs. fIaI4lelr A Airlines ... M 9>> I'. 9 !1 1Rrpnb : 97 formally advised the Foreign Min .
i :::: 6 32% 32 32 row. r
Reining Rand Humble Oil A Kelt. _______ __ 59
Mtrr nt, New ... CaM Had 44 $>, 4', 5H -- I _.. ......
at 1917 Ana 4 4% 4% 4 Heels: Mining Co. __________JL_ 12% ---- ---- -
.... ..r. t. rl.f4 .. fra tb>aaj AM Cast / 924 91', 91H I Repub Steel =:::- 72 25% 24% 23'41:; Hubbell I.--------------____ 29 loa t
Aa Car Pdr 8 434 42 43 Revere Cop ft: Br 9 18% 18 18% Kaisrr-Frazer __ _______.._____ 6% TB'f41E0Ft6 Mils
64.ab. t? Ha r.... OU A. Far Pow .._ 58 3\. 2H 3 !! Rexall Dru _-_ 8 '7'. 8 Lone Star Gas Co--------h 18V.Klatara fP.Dh'TAI. ATTACKI NO WAY ER I P1t11s N i eaeplfb
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A. HMM Peal .. 21 Z4>, 24'. 24'iLre B.20 41 Vi 40'. 41% ------ t MUST 6E R %E AS" HAfFYfc OU'rVCMM
a.4 tamed r rat. a.. .MI.e 37 21'. 21'. 21>4 Reynolds Tob Hudson Pw. Corp. _____ 8'. .1 G LW i s' # *
Aa Paw U SS 11>. 10'. 11&/ I s !! Mles-Beeoient-Pond Co. ______ 10% IpopfCLArEITdfZES <5ETTIN& JlTTEKy T'dlTIN51PEt57TITx124I
a..wJhfM totmd ahead P. to 4 Safeway Storea __._ S 23% 23% 23% I Fanteoec Oil of Yen. _____--.._ 10 t w
St 8 55 14 14's 14%
:: = 7'. Sherwin-WlUlsms ________150Slrock TRAP SELL! NOWKR 1 EVEN THOO(5( ftCK Tin tATE..rumT uullkrE ;
91 y iHHwn Wwrt I' to 13 Mill ... 42 29 28'. 28'.I i St L, San Fran ___ 48 7 7 --- :' BOCK.Y
4 4. AM. Ml.lt A H __ f 14'1 54'. 541% Schenley Distil __In 29'. 28', 281 1 *: Co----------__ 23% -TH'rVE! 4TEETCH / STILL WONT fitt / Til waWA'E MAT c
aJ ZeirphOpt to > SeabAIRR 20 16% 15% 18 I IeSari i' Sonotone Corp. ---- -T 3% 1 ///t1111
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A. an par I 30'. 29 29'4A. -
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:: Schultt. lnc __ 3% ON _.
matleiua Minerals J to Sassr Ref __ I 38>. 38 S 38 STel Roebuck :: 8838% 37% 3751Servel t MOAeODNPTHISWELL: 8 iI. *
u Stand. Pw. ft _____ 2
: Light % II
Inc __ 3 12% 12% 12%
a44 Tel It 154, 152 154", j I !
341% aM AnsertMa uu i CAFTAN CANYON .
DisUHera I to A. TN a 72% 72 72V Shell n''OIC- 40 30% 30% 30% IT.mpa I Electric -- 30%
it h6tard added '. to aloes at A. Viaea.. :::::: : 91 SO'fr Simmons Co 13 32% 32% 32% 1 u .__,.,.-,._ 13
Wet WU 70 IS; 14% 5041'> Sinclair Oil ::::.:: 32 IS'. 15% 15'. I Textron n__ ., 12\.
.., >ennflfnt gainers toKattimat :: j __ 64 16'16 m. Gnlted Gas Corp. 1811V4 W'A 4 #
Wools* _: ::: M 32'a '314 33'1 Socony-Vacunm: I -
.....! tfesuflera SchenH. A.ae.Ms Cop __e. 32 34', 34'. 34'% Son Am 0 ft: P _h 27 4". 4% 4% I I I W. Va. Cod k Coke :==== : dt ,.

& W> 'rsaovr Co .__183 14% 13Ta 13'. I Southern Paelfit __ 37 41'. 41', 41%
m Oarp.. Armour. In- _
.sa. Dry Oonda __. 29 11.. 17 17>. I 1 Southern Ry ______ 23 35'. 34% 34% 'Orange! County I f r
HMMatM riper American Ails T Jc S P .___ S 80S 79'. 79',. Spiegel Inc ..____ 74 13% 12', 13%, w /
WtutuB! rhAMpeak Ohio. sloe AU Coast LIe _u_ S 54% 53', 534 Stand Brands. _u_ 36 30 28'. 30 'i' a 3f es
All Rflaua 11 34 S 34 34'. i.BtdOE: 4Pf .60 24'. 23'. 24 Court Records
Mfe W.Nm Nlrkrl rut pre Atlas Cor* =:::: 4 24 U 24 24 I j Stand OU Cal uu 15 58V. 58 58 f

.aj.... DowtUa Aircraft. Dow ATM Mti ---___ I 8". SV'a 5H I I 1'I Stand Oil Ind u___ 29 41% 40'. 41' I County Judge's Court
Stand Oil NJ ._____ 58 75'. 75% 75 ..
t 3e3nleal aM JebDaUanYUle.ann -.. First National Bank, fifth annas! r- .
!i,Stand Oil Ohio ._. 16 29% 2A% 26 f
4irrsier aM Loco __ 22 18'. 18'i 18'. 'Std Stl Berg _____ 113'4 13% 13'. I' port estate of James L. Wells. Zoo V. A.
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a Ball Onto .._u.7 11H 11'. HVa St. Reils Paper Co. __ 9.. 9% 9'. i Wells.
."t I0' at 1M 4 tell back to BaraaoaU Oil _Uu 23 24% 25S"! 26% Sterling Drug ____ S I 40", 40 40% i Nora T. Wetherbee. letters of discharge.
*40 taMtiaMed. Corn Bndrt. ATlat .____- 14 31% 31 31'. Stokely-Van Camp 10 16'. 16%, 16% 1 estate of William L. Wetherbee.
producta ... ,..... __.u__ 3: 22% 22H 22*, Webster .. 12 12% 12% 17% <, Wallace Dsrts. petition to sell estate
(e% M a M* tnr" ftouwnt off 1*. ...1.1I 8 $* OHupr 1l1a.-K_ ___.12 15% 15', 15 Inventory and appraisal estate of Edith:
.t .lattarda Included Sunny OU __ __ 54 10% 9'. 10Sunshine }
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a.IM Airplam ... :3 1815% 15'. I 15 9% 9 9 CQlham Leavens. I s'x ISYT{ td7 1.
AlbHi CHrarita} General Motors kro.. C. ____ 9 41 40%. 40% I Swift ft Co Mnc___--n__ I' 33% 33 Vi 33%: Albert A. Dora petition for letters ".- BEING A3lE TI7R.LSIPECE T17E FAT Tilt CItTf .e _
hii m iHcitir CnaolUUteda s-Warner ---___ S 48 48 44toaalff n tame story, estate or Metta A. Dorn. 4.H .
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.. Air* ... 49 8% 9Bridaepart TexaTco"- ___ 18 $33. 63% 63'.. I .stnll FiledThelma : 't 4'a
... Amertcan can Brass ._ 1 14% 14'. 14% n 7 52', 51', 82% I 1 OP ITANPGET HAE3 TO t _

r-.....*.. ..er* law., afterera ...*.. MfS. u_____ 4 34% 34 34 ',Tex Texas Pac Gulf C ft Sulph O _-__ 14 3O% 30v 30%. Tonse. acd Tongs$I/. MeFaQ, et yir0. C. R. i HND SE-fOCE Ke CBVJZE5 THE H1E'S Y; : .. 1 1 i/ -
5514 O 24 11% 11!% 11'iautovk __ 24 24'. COMEBACK.60TM .... rH sw
63 24% OUT ASP .
hip Tex Pac L Trust t I H. J. Davie et so Mrs. A. 3. Hsmm ... ,
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...... ter a ef."aI ree.N Morns Mills .u_ M 17% 18% 17% __ 5 12 12 12 acd S3.I .
.abe 'I James R. Msrrin Bow-
Matk I COPPS et u to R.
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14'. 14% 14'1ITriCent
Cbin,e ..." ., Tr 4e. : Trans ft West Air 8 ard et as. wd 81. .

Car* dangler off I'. to 1*. -Cr'If- ._-. I '7% J7% 37% I I Tweet C-POZ Corp _--==: 11 13 29 6%% Jt: J%% I et H.ox.L.rote Clancen SSOO. e.1 to W. H. Hobson 1 eS.nM1 ...4e. 4

I-L.ad .:. 4 2'. 24 2HCan Twin Coach ______ 12', 12% 12% W. H. Hobson tt H. L. Clavsen et t
tnMf' a awhet wheat Horn 1>. Dry O Ala .__ 20 l.l. 15'. 11 I Tnennoid n____ __ "'. ____ 11%: ai. wd 810.6tsnl ato Q
.* I*. ats4 <..... t U !'., cotton Caaad Pdctfla. 48 11'_ 11'. 114 I, --UUnion i .r Frank Pawelskl et us to Jasper
..4. a* C.rn<< Carp _.__ I' 18%" I.'. 1I1ie 1 Bag ft P __ 8 32 31'. 31%- J. Wilson et Ita. wd 810. .
ffe eats to I1.M a bale Ca>0 JU CO 4 34 353. 35% Union Carbide ..- 20 104. 104% 104V Gordon J. Barnett et ..10 Fla. Power :
!.'... IVMMfai we Nf her.AJ c'.krp.a Tractor _. 4 57% 57% 57% I I Union Oil Cal 13 21% 21 21 Corp. easement.

>*.4 M tfc* Curb *ere Bee- C.ta_ Car* u 20. 21'. 21%. 21% 1(I Union Pacific .... 3 132 131 132 I Joseph D. KeTorkiaa et el to T. B. I
._ I :22% CISc
OMes c.* 18 24% 2424', United Air Lines 32 22% 214. titer Jr. mtf 819.000.
file Bawl miar,* Atlai Plywood. CM ro.*4ry 8 9% 9.. 9% I United Aircraft ___ 19 18%, 18% 18% P. B. Ofer Jr. et BZ to Joseph D. KeTorkisn. ::
AtoSHftMM e. et Amerira. BrkKfpr Crr do Fas 1313, 31'31% I Un Cif-Wh Sir29 5 4'. 5 wd 810. wI
CTt 4S>- "w. 7r.2$ 15'. 15% 15% United Corp _____ 63 3 3% 3 O. t.: Girding et ox to Volunteer State
% Ol and QnuoMatrd' Textile CIMO Otott .. 22 45% 44% 45% I United Fruit 36 52% 52. 52". Life Ins. rate 810.000.

T&feem *t U4 OM aharea here C1MNkh1.3/% 8% I United Gas Imp __ 3 21% 21 21% Fla. Bank at Orlando'to G. X.: Gerdlnc
CM At KW S 19". 18% 18'. I United M *: M n_- 64 15', MVi 15% et HI. am. I I
t #?d bh ..DOt Thoradar. Ckrrtlf/Car _u__ 47 109) 1S8 108% ( U Gypsum 9 100% 100 100% Fred a. Steifns to Florida SteTtns'wd
"- ----- ctT Ftas1 ._u___ T Ut2% 43 I i U : Indus Chem __ 5 48% 47% 47% 110. X14. .
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tIM .,..ls. CV, B lllv* __ ___ :37 41% 41 41% !''U 8 Rubber _.L___ 16 45!. 45', 45% Willsrd O. MaeDonaM tt nx] to First mi PHIL ICE AT'M RMtVIEW CLt3 1.IWPA T41f Illf
a.. .... e.e1 c-- ........ ... 1 (Coliat Pala F 14 40% 40% 40% 10 l 8 Steel _100 69 68% 68% Ped. SST. and Loan Assn.. mti 81400. : -
... ...... N 14 M NJII 4 ... CM Pwrt If _u_ 13 14% 14% 14% 'I -Y- ; W. O. Peretral et nx to W. C. McMurt- ABOUT THAT DEiROfT r;,',' r I ra. fe+aKi
Cll..OkL. _._ M 11 10% 10'.. S 46% 46 46%
: .t'h; -= --- C.e1cr1lt n_'__ S '1-1 41% Vie "Ch.m; Wks I rep et n*. Sm.Herbert et PHONE CAl1.. MAYBE SI+OtLP AWYOOV
L. Holt Jeremiah
::':: --=: Cec1 ........ 124'. 23% 23% Walker (H) 0 ft: W 27 20'. 20'% 20% | Tonne et nx. IDle 84000.as to 8. we CAM CLOSE WK twwf 1n wi11Tt A tielcb PI
4 1..1..., :. _.". .. .IS 9% 10 "
M.1.1 [d: 30% 30% 30% .Walworth Co 7 10 George W. Borah et u to Hush A. Waterman MOR741Nb
+* 1ss.4r Cash ao.tk 51 :a.% 2'. 3% Warner Bros Piet 33 15% 15% 15% mgt S3410. I CASE B, n CAt E 11r'DA 1ins
-.... ...... ...a Caa: Us.. 17 33% 35% 25% : west tod Sue S 24 ?3% 23% Jeremiah 8. Toanr tt Hi to Herbert. tr t ." '4' rtw. 60iW* TO MBflTOPyCf
..v..4 .. ...... Cue .alt* ..28 13 1213 ; West Un Tel A ___ 19 20% 19'. 20%
.t.... -- ....... .... ..... 32I Holt et ax. sm. 'r tfrTTOOK
CwM: aUk .8 15 14% 14'. i I Welt," Air Br _- 17 32 31 Anna Teresa Kick to Herbert U Bolt 0 + 9 TB '
., .... -- .14 Cat C.. 33 38'. 3* 38% I Westing Elee ____ 52 28% 28\. 28% el a -
.... ..1 M.M ..... CaaU Motors ... 21 I 7'. 7'. 'I'Wheeling Steel __ 10 37 36% 37 Robert"J. Klesec' tt u to Carl O. Keif
141.1 S. 14"4a.s --.M we.eq CoM Oa M I __ 40 42% 41', 42 I Whit Motor 5 22.. 22% 22% et wd 810.Terna .
4W a ... .... ....... w. C.r. luhaaaa .10 87 47 57 Willys-Overland-_--_ 34 9% 8% 9 nx. J. McCollnm et Tir to Frederick
4 1wwM44. s ........ a. Car* PrwawtU 11 84% 83% 83% i I Co ____ 28 13% 13 13% K. Knadsen. mtt $2900.
iI; 1& 1 .. __ Cr .. C* .____ 19 33% 524 32>. wiSwJo. (J'W15 48'. 48% 48% Oladrs P'nFrd..
_. .. .... .. a&.JI .... _____ Wadswonh to Sat. II
CrwrtMo atsl$ S 38% 28% 26 I Worthin P &: M __ 4 54% 33% MYoun7st end Lean Assn.. mtc S37SO.
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7.54.51 s Curtis P41Ii.hM. 11 9% 9%.
i First Fed. Sic and Loan Assn. to Gladys
a.. -- "-.. u.e Cwnlaa Wrtskt u__ 33 4% 4% 4% Sh ft T 39 63% 83 13% Wadsworth
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bet Lack West ..22 7% 7 7% '
.14 l.Wk1441ar.w w21 DKrots' Bow u_ S 21'. 23% 23%- l RANGE rat .rn.
d41A, lr II 1. tot MM 11.1 4411 DIM C-*>.. ___oUt 15% 14% 15... I CHAIN Alton T. Bill et u0 W. A. Harris
::=: :q II Me ... ... Daas MiM ...___ 31 21 20", 20% 1 1 CHICAGO .UP) High Low Close mtt' 1500.W. .
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4 DoMlaa Alrrran __ 83% 82% 83% I pea A. Barria to T. BIB fu.
ttmwr UrfaM .._ 38 18% 18% 18% I WKUT- 2.33 tL wd 810. -
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ffi. w.w as 1:wr. *8 30% 19% 19% I De ____ 2.I32.13'" 2.10. 1.023.. et .x, am. 3055 THEPHONE.IFORGOT
., ... 30 44 43% 43% MCORN--- 2.10'a' 2.10'12.01"%" H. M. Dicteon et u to Joseph P. Idsonet HE WOULD / ..4PEAk10
*". 0*s 4w et.w tl P...f U81 19'. 14'. 15% I. ux. acd SL TO \WHAT f
..*,*.. K4 M _._ 4 11% 11% 11% I July __T1.97'i' 2M14 1.95. 1.97% Emma Ires Scrusn tt at to Joseph P. .sCALL I WANTED tC 7 to tat :
t! YMNMNpNNta a.. r.. amc ._ M 21'. 38'. 28'. ___ 178.. 1.80 1.7431"! 1.754Del Cdmn: et ... qcd 810. ON 1'M IN THE "
M N. leaf 1M M 4-M ... II Irw KM 15 9% 9%. 9.. ___- 160% 1J1T. 1.58,. 1.5S1\% Ernest Whit* to Joseph P. Zdson: tt u.acd NU ; TUB iA
....... 1444 MN tAp Net ... .s amakar* ..._ 21 15% 14% 14.. IoIATs _-- 1.5(1.. 1.54 1.55i % I SI.Dr. 1HE
ti* /IM a.a1 .a N.14MtM1M14e ...- j : Fred" Z.: Myers et ux to Martin L.
Pants TH Rod S 4% .% 4% i JII17 _-r..95% -96H .94% .95% Dominick: et Itl:. wd. S10.
.. 14 47 44\ ___- .88.... .86". '.8n .851{, w. M. H.mer0 Fred I:.
s N9tlara tM'l asM ...... ..... P5e t.IU T a u 46% SrP Myers part
..* aiw.pa .... .... L.. n..... __.___ 24 :30% 29% 29% I Dee. ___n_ .8J .833. .81" 79', I mle 81000. ,1 4I
if:1it..... "... .... '*- hw ______ 31534 11% is% I Mirth __ ___ .- Clarence W. Pearce et ax to John W.: I
.d/s... 8.211 ...... 71.111.f --- MI7 _-.- .80 .80. .75% ..787.SALET : Gross et ax. mti 81852. II 1
0*. r.1tII! __- -__ :34 11'. 10% 11%" Clarence W. Pearce et ax to Hilton D. I
a ..s1va.us OraL1. ..__.3S 33'. 35% 35% --I n___ __n_ .. -- l.3e% I Co.plen. Ktc S3148. I p i / / P I II II II II If
i a.. 14f1/ ... 14.4 Q*. ,... .._ 14 41% 40S 40% i I P. A. Allison to Clarence W. Puree et'U. !
Wa M.ll.b.M 0.. M.t4V* d.. 139 89'. 58% 58'. I FOREIGN EXCHANGE sm.
Maw $..N OM P.,k Ctfl ... 3114 13 13OtH4 NEW YORK (AP Closing foreign exchange : F. A. Allison to Clarence W. Peers ct
.sl4aP *. ff a ._. 3S 21 27H J1', rate follow Ortat Britain In dol- .". ..... I
N Ise .. OMBkH, .,... ... 48 33%" 22% 239% 11..... others In cents): I F. A. Afflson to WUke I.: Ferry tt Bbs
M31 :-rtJ. OMftefc tars ._. 14 M.. S5S 58 i Canadian dollar disco not Tork open mar'ket 11II. ,
,11.3& a- OM4M T ft au.. 43',, 45% '! 8% per rent or 3.63% O. 8.'cent Selma C. McCoaahy Joe D. Peelo et ..
-- (k...._.*.... M. IS 1'. 3'. 3% ': *. BP 1/16 of a coot.i al. wd 810. f I
t=.: I ': paMw aea& 04 Rortsia RT Pt 14 M% 40 40 i, lam e: Great Britala 84 02%. .ndJ.lIII- Kite Howard t. Florida D. Howardet {
M flap MM Clue .12'Ie 8.. 9% ed: France 4141. NIW14 N. cad OU u_ 1) 17% 87% 87% .00%; Sweden Krona 27.85 anchanged; Mary X.: Matthews- 417 Fifth .....
i I I Swltserlaod Franc) (coml 23 40. nn1 Corp. sm. _
..... .. Kan'avas' ft If ... I J3H 32% 32'. 1 chanted. L M. Roberts tt az to James Porter I AlE1N NlAtfttEl! 1 ----- -
.. 43vs44..,.. Kano Mia I as 8%, 8% Latin-America: Argentina fret 3448. BP I mfg $6000.James R NAIT
:: ssr' =8. wa.r. Ra.1. ItMwotate Ml* __ 3 41', 47 47.. .01 of a eentk.Braxil free 5.50. unchanged; Porter et ..X0 L M. Roberts' SFS V1: 1r
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la* Harrsvtor .u__ 9 88% 87% 88...
... .:..,.OeT IM Kick' Caa .u 931'. 31 :31%
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... ..... .. I.1.. IM TrtA Trt184 13% 11% 12% SORE fEE1; HE'S FEELlW AV3TUL
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n. 714.0 Evaat a 1'e. .... 31 44% 43% 44% '' DOIN' UP 5-5-5T: Iitt

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.. lito asa: II UMot CAM. S 19% lOa;. 10% dd HIM: ith
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t>SS.. A Mon __ 4 89 M 89UrklMVd
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t ** PwM IS 28% 27% 28% MONA 15 '
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-.. ..MOTTMiBOr-BpTlB.. era TAN LIKES. CTC.-KltknT. FLOOR SANDINO-Finlshlne. 59.- SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED; everything I ANTIQUE lad nodera Pieces it ._I' IA TT OGY '&r i,j
'"-'tw M Mat ...... of heusebold toodt I ciallied All American floor flniahUodera. pumped and hauled P. J. lion every Thursday ..lall1.11
a..tam.,.' --.... 1M L ..... c.r'n:: status Jk .WirehoiueCeu I d..tI,.. .... _. &' Work Burke. Permanent resident; bonded p.m. Consicameau solicited. a. .,.. ,
B.kf .itM1-4t4 4 t.leIi = for free estimates en rout Ions naranteed. Licensed boMled. Prompt Intni-ed Route 19. Box 231 2-0678. Sodero. Auctioneer. Devise AuUoa ...
.- /Puso t'W1Attaxta-MaeLso: ', distance aievtBt. .*-.l W, JacswaBt feiwlrc.' Bass Door Surfacing' Co., Sale Co. 733 W Church. .-elM.PdTMEn' & yt
.. .. -........ K Phoe8O184. 1 ph. '-1370. TREES PEMOSSED trimmed. ...balIo..n. BATTTJtT CMA srvssr .
iw trMw.ollb.dot. ass .... Nt.s.t/01 WpAweit.... Full insurance. J. B. Hallca.-I \ GAS RANGE. S2BS; uaaaaaotw --.
::. ...... n.taI .. Dl: i'S-DWVnY Service phone rCRNTTCRB REPAIRED and ..n.- ton 825S 8. SammeTlln. 2 walnvt dres>era. S19 95 each, s- "' kala 5.155 ..
+rft w.l. ClUBXOTTg-CAT -- ; 7873. Iltbt moving and baalin iahed like new. Cabinet made to I piece breakfast set. 817 M; BussceeMRallMHway ratla ..** .I. *"* IAVTT k>M ".r, ,lead Insured reasonable rites.711Ple order. TlndaU Furniture Co, 2323 N. TRACTOR SERVL."B-croe. or new i bed. S19 n. bob, -... 81*. .......
,/ MaNt ptgst R154Us In UN. >rilpr.FVLFORO Orante. Call J4fl. d.0 around plowed. Lots leveled. Contract HAS: 7 2-plece I twins room SHU. I" bs.d $554
: Welas h........ Yana .._.. YAH"* STORAar coCa .- 'r y : or BOBrates.. Ph. 2-7283. 7 3-pleee bedroom Suites. new Ibursar. tan MI. IS &II hritp' :.6-
r linldden. ChicateImaiediitely PLCMBtNO-Clyde Thompson repair To.igKafddfrmwwY Florence t. .... riasea MS12999. 1. Pesrosi .
.... .. .. .....tn. haadl part loads M Ph. 4739. TREES PALMS TRIMMED> and
work. 24 hours aerrlre. Maher of
Ala part loads to NewTick Orliade. II E. .
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Rra au1rtorI. Residence 1210 EattiB !It. removed. Bonded. John Newton. OAT a.*.* B.* awe .
Church Phone 2.3800.APPLIANCESCaldw.B.
.uvrc SAIpN- Jab ,th. par free estimate call 118 Irvln Street Please phone 2-1147. r f fVPEOLSTERING r rr
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M push.ass. _.-.. n. true Pef 5384 >r 133 If. Main.L11OUwiZhO's FURNITURE RENOVATED. reflnlsh- I Abh3 .. ,
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slip covers and Rarria. *
: It.-M iaa: H Ie ... For "Sure Fire"ReDaits
_" Lanai menus ed sad upholstered with new that nt and outwear the usual 2213 Cdftwiter Drive; telepa. *** .-.... -ftIIIaw .....
.AT'I tt-AVTY PALO1s..AI Lys' iterate. erattec. paeslnt. Alai fabrics in lots ..eo.... A thias of Covert see Rust Mattress Co. 1122 2-1873. I isM .. $fit ..... .....
teat for Delcoer'8 Lont DlitaaceM beauty forever RUM. Mattress Co. '
..- hHwt W. Church: dill 2-2213 I I
K sM D4nu1Eectrtc 1*
.nni. SO8 Mary Bt. Dial 4W 1122 W. Church: 2-2211. AUTOMATIC WATER
M I= Orr..crsr 5128. LOKO =- % UPHOLSTERISa Bim covers, refanishlnc. | IK 30 and 40 taJt *. .. ..
I'' .... hwPe ear" DI8TAHCE MOVI5Q AH FLOOR SAXDWQ AND FINISHING On all we ran without oblUiUon. "){ertiaDdL- Limited ..aaattt,. bat =J. dssa aLase ...
.... point. Pscklnt. eratlnt. local movlili. .
tv-: Prompt terricc. Modern equipment Call Insrsm-Brown. 41S W. CenUsL : Immediate Installation. CvaveaieM a Pw.11a ioast .. 3 .
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ttehatt and InltnuU.aAvro 11' tv Svddath C'ohllllilla.Motto FbanI At Sterile 14. Co.' : portable power unit. Established Household Aooli&nces 2-0006 or 22353.UPHOLSTXRT terms. WH.ard: tt wiser Y.... ........

::vii '. eM tit IICIIOOI,.......,. N LOAD OIt-'AIl'r L AD-W: inTeTToPeasaroli bonded 1S33.; Insured.Skilled Stevens workman Floor: licensed Surfacint drsoeric REFINISHING.81UVcoven sad 1113.Theater. Block. CoioaiaOtowai dial I f29toatta--.T. -.....
general
..N Kt c........ /rlta I, $icssre. aww.5BOAT14'
: autrwew .,. ... or en route. Leaning Co. Phone 6582. READ repairlnc Superior Upholstery 6hop. )'
..: .tn='_ :? -. ..... !K tt.y Dryers sp'" Owl."d. A... MOB. 23rd. FldelMr Stora. Wire- Phone 6374.VENETIAN :' ATTIC FANS-AO sixes from M U ml ralrJ
toss- 'sit .i Nll/ .2.417Ltrno /. wood C." .It. 1-3"4. FLOOR SANDING FinirhlnED'- 48 in. w* will male survey sad b p twMn/s
clallse Pentri-8eal treatment 20 19. Services Offered. BLINDS REPAIRED-I esUmst at complete tnstiUiUaa itn [> arM, Pllaw c.. eds. AaeWktOl
a _e1 ...... ..........;.SIa1 11. Serrkea Offered yrs.' experience. Modern equipment.' Special: Simmer discount of S* w' cost. Term .* U u ...W.
H i.... 1s4tesIi Censurer 'Work tuaranteed LicensedPrompt all refinish re-tape. _lat work. WiEard Keiaer.. Vase Tke.tor --.rt w jbmetM. orb

teesM. learn U 1..s.ttk..y, Tetaa iaprsv.d, L. Alt nORT TRAIKINO einilt tad service. C R. Burke. 7'J1. Dial 4}61 Orlando Venetian Blind Mff. Co. Block., OKoniiltewa' ; dial 8134._ i ...... ..... ... ...
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... P Q a.a $174. p3. 1182.t90t Kahl Ave: 8059. lint .
aw Call Bria saw
I .. .. Bi IUniiB rttlnit. FLOOR 8ANDIXO' -nmsnlnr. cteiBint. I AIRPLANE "ODJLa.-CMtlttt: stock PiS- aaeaPainter. tal
r. .5 11: N.A: ... aC1100yssplMS tutu kM1. PUld.APPUANCia. Apopka-, P1a. .&:I ID.. ExcloslTt U.DfOf VENETIAN BLINDS REPAIRED model and icceseone HOQRsaroad. I ..... I.As 813Csta.wt. ..
954a aH.st 11 .... IS spars u. .1111 : REPAIRED F.n.. Flor-Co Sealer which tuarAltees perfect forWANTADS 8lsu rtplscd with tluminam. i .' boats rtdttf ears Morelsupplies. balsa 1 5 a
A..,... "..... Tlila tiIWtid, .... .I'I.' Iran and limos Ph '111. aaUsfsction: to you who desire For Guaranteed not to peel rust or chip. : : Buns 214 N. Or..... 16'". imtlOOMM...-
,, = ". I.tn.... Electric: CO.. 33 I. Church Quality LsstlDf Floors. Estimates any kind ot blind 20c ao ...i
-:. "" .-di' wrs. AaMrkej kMNrr.... 0.PUNO APPLIANCE SERVICE RlDlfl. flM. free. Orlando Floor Surface Co., ft it by factory.factory Rcflnlahinf and repairs APPLIANCES Immediate> dUw ..::... 14 11.54
PO lip .... '1_... iihcix radios. All appliances Estlbllahed sine 1925. 1(09 K. Or- I trained employe. try. Electric: rtntet, apartsaeit t
783A Orlando Venetian Blind Mil. Co. she Fans escfflstini It and 12- inset Allr tea
FC;a;: Lallc>>ra-...,. K .8thl. Adiptlnt. Pick oil Umpi'p ferrtet.to elertneipKlilti Cildvcll a) FURNITURE ante Ave- phone DPBOLST1RED< -ReflnIshed. 19. Services Offered 1739 S. Kuhl 8051.I In. Fans attic.: 30. 36. 43 and 48-ta. .t :pt::' A,'..2ew.rear It
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11 ..11 ...." sad Barrli. 2211 Edftviter Dr. Col- Slip covers InsramBrewn.41S I BUrns REPAIRED Et. Charles sinks. M-la. BTVCTM ..1
EIE.. !Irtt Para phone 8-1972 '_ W. Central: 2-0006 or 2-2383._ FAINTING ot any kind; our work all Special Summer discount of S'i on coolers. 4 lad S ft. Horn freeeen. -m.-.Ie. M busSM ...
ahL nm-LA" ; refuilsh. re-tape resists work. 5 and 10 cu. ft Ironer Conks sad .
tuirtnteed. :Bonded and Scented. ; ..-
sad ptsettes. ALARM CLOCKS REPAIRED -- Au HOME SERVICE General repiira. Otlando Venetian Blind Glidiron. Water coolers C a. Ill lU5 .
e.. ... ......... -.. rrctcmtM lot Br.k.r sad Iii.; .. kind of clock or electric Malpairnt. New construction. Windows: screensand Terms if desired, free estimates; Hclfand. !1 1739 Kohl Ave.: 8059 MIt.' Co.. : tors. 20. 23 and 42 ,,, ft.refrilers.I Water i 9-1135
.. 2.4257.PAINTING .
... .. a. toff .,.., nun saw aseU. W. its rTcrrthlnf. Barker R. 'And
SI135. caulking aervlce. Licensed '!VENETIAN heaters electric, 6. 30. 40 lid Mtals ic Ld0lltIj.Sa 1 aM.Me
.,. .... 1 .... Males Cr M..l!!.!. _MM: UMTtACBIK volt 8Hep. 4. W. CentraL PH. 1t9tAW bonded DowswtU. Phone 523. AND PAPERHANGING Lowest prices.BUNDS Bett-Made llh D.'. westinthoose sit lamp Free ,.

W *./rKbMt. ... poss. s.esialMtse KINGS porch cvrtiiot. TfnetunkliBdi. HOMES-CLEANED: : repaireIs-i !' Quality materials and workman--I Adams. Pb 9558. 919 W.senrlees.Central.cia Or- tor roasters prwjsre eooken.: .* i
.. 'f aa It....'. et Jsalor sad tttdrr eorrrtnti F.iI 1me atBtitenaL tide and out. Licensed and 1 bond-i I ship. Immediate!' service Ed: Curtis. I lado.FlB._ i' makers stataleis* tteeL t.5 ... lee .....- Iwsod f
9 .wssg ..... se Mr*. Jst15 Pboiw 20. Fiends Awning ed. Gale phone 22037.OUSECLEAMG j ph. 724: references furnished city and bottled sal. water Boater. ,.. .d! Mr .eS I'
= : I WASHING i iInarODtffd. kM
cbsL 2.7112. Co, 432 S Hu hfy. I | MACBCtE REPAIRS 20 and 30 eal'*. bottled sad city ea.. tae i'r.rr.
: paw SERVICE!: -OeneriL Service "
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... .m: APPLIANCE SERVICE Al\ .pphncn sprint. Fast work. neat service. PAINT ESTIMATES: -Color suttee AI ail work Walter J. WUrox. Inc.. 41 E. Sadie-I I.oa. medal : ,:. ..
Wwtins.
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tPMM BBW OUUSXB ltab lit. BtlBB ra Mrrlcci (no radios); reuonikla. We. dun cellint. ..111. ..ood..oB.'loqrs Uons. Reliable painters recom I Natty Ave, phone 8247. Founded 1936_ oft It $a5 AwFalse /
51esy. Jt 'Jc : ..4 rrfrvilMf ports B *kkt. Work ..,raatHd. R. M. Utdlln. Is mended. Hatch. 6001. 'At GllddenX -
Bernice JS-W.
p and fnrnltnrt. m. ATTIC FAN- with I. H-F Bto- DOAT-Fr tMraa/ ... 1. h
.>.. M......... OrftBAM. eaortbu4; Ph. 7364 or 23021. CASHING MACHINES REPAIRED .Z. !:
ted by old ezperieneed Janitor excellent > .... .. vast
-.>.. twit .--. wakNIIn. SIRViC6 For UM I All makes. 24 hr. services and tor. Used but la caa I', sK1 M.. w .
Cfdrs. Mba. If..... ."Ul8'. lsisn u ALLIS CHALMERS and :' Housekeeping call 23245.mads easy. Pick up service CaldweU and Bar13 ton! a' == :: Nt.aN =r- .
$ ...-.a. s iu wrvic sad e.k.l.uw.Ckvrrk parti: tractors and power oniU best via. : Zdtewater Dr., CoUete Park N, Orange Ave I
+ q s... 11r R. .... 8 O Uaa. ---tal Sth..6 0 Vlfc W.Picas tUbloioo.and Boa Machinery Co. 43 PLUMBING SERVICE 2-19.2. AIR OONDTnONER Terk Q.*r 8 it-=?u1Wr .... ""-- ftIItI
phone 2-2713.
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BERTICE- WELL DRILLING-We are type. 1 2-ton. Delivered and av 4.. iSa er.I5S
evulpped I
4 .mod ACtTTLKNk and electric welding: i HOME GAS Prompt service and supplies( Stand I to drill shallow and deep wells. Any stalled Puny taarmntecd fH'% ... .... ..... -- -- .
N. BUrTffs 1C. Travel Information I I caching: work oa pumpa. taw mllli stock ard Agency Call Tracy 28 Plant size up to S nch. No water no psy Radio Sale A Service. 221 !C. UaiBi ;
and road coiutrnctioD Self service cat units la
machlncrr: now SU Winter Garden phone 331 orGoth. I Nothlnz down. 36 months to PIT. 2-3732 j jALUMINUM BAIT CAIa4A0E-PL. ..ri
ImBlnam sod braes Small Initial coat. Call Llbby i !
K* castloc. UcKlantr > hi .
AIR RUDY AnoN' .n4 tickets sitaa.L Machine Worka. 131 jW. Kiley' I' Freeman. 711 W. Chnreh.w < .. Dial 116. sat for 18IWU.Ptna' I Belmany Well Drilling and Pump, WINDOWS' Double' ; :
B wiUM Trtfel Bw... 30 Supply Route 3. Winter. Garden I! iA1 NOrttomAe e
steel
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hunt Cost
B .... Pew ADVICE TO BtJ11.DERS-ADd Supply Road. Orlando. PIa. Ph. 70e$.
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Ma
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$ Sea :
Mr. Icon At Kills W Sii I
h S.Y.... CUiA-AB-. ..... tour and Nebraska' ousES--wASB'm-----w h steim. J GMACBIl'iBRUAmSi Price reduced Wv Soatfeeatt Bteel' +.n, MM ":- j
11 ssa lie PrtnaaVms" Lur Tr... Bcrtkt. M X. PUMICKMAK. Harmless to paint flowers. makes llsnu official serrke. Bales Co 100 W Amelia Are Sew.lairs .-, leU.IO i
$5 1'IoM.l : 'a:1NICo I Barton.. next to Colony Theater. Phone 21442. T-=itt.t04
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: CARPENTER WORK-534 Raleigh St. Steam House Pb Winter Park 93.YELL'DRHZLYGWe. I { .
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S.hrnM 2-J625; ; ALUMINUM MOULDINGS sad trim Wr
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1 ...r..... Wttaw w w Jilt rmiw... W J&.fn.-.nt ride: CONCRETE steps' flaistonet.FLOORS Drire-wara. I| HUGHEY'S front to back HOME from REPAIRS-Prom'root to cellar small diameter deep weJJs 2", 2"4" ', tiles aUi>20'ts.. Also off.: Southeast sink rtms.Steel Standard..... Btcfctsue ear w. ..... maediMra esS. i 1 J
Beaaonable. Installed Immediately and serviced and 3C.a Install
Includint heatint and vAuilatlnt. I well and pump Co. 100 W. Amelia Ave. dowutnn.Phone SJB 7ta
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Oil MiM Bf. .. 4111. t-00$3. Thirty I
11t'Pi.tli1 -la 1K2S Lor vests In tiustdess. Free ettWmatea. I promptly Myers Agency: Tracy's.: 28. I on FlU plan. Can or write P. P. II | 21442.
C. N. Nld All work guaranteed Gag SQ2e. BOAT 5ANOANN-We. $
IiimsUo..1 Musk < Winter Park
KDtHBt7KOU 469CLEANINO Plant St. Winter Gardenphone 331 : French. Lonrweod. Fla. Phone. fcIF > t
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JttL. F & M 1 a/N. MM Draws rmiT AB ncrt 4tH AND PRZSSINO Cash I HOUSES WASHED Screens and I I'I or Goths. Dial 116. ask for 1919-J-13. ,I IT'S REPAIRS--=-We do1 them Car ARMY SURPLUS-Cot*, double leek ,1IIIIr .... CsM ee .
t ..._. 1 windows. Look like paint job*. I I 554 .
IVMrtlM AlfUft lit and urn prices will MTI roll pentry. re-rooflnc. etc. W. E. beds, mattresses foot lockers toolboxes = : ..:..
Free estimates: .work IlIllaa"' .. are 'U ..
r IfeB Owvm I.M.I.h. OrUBdTr rubber rails comfort -
L H' Brine u' roar clothei.: Kup 'I Hume 5026.
BeI- *. r. p., .. I Call Autrey. 32i '._ ..., M $
re... 1et.af NA ** Btntt. IK L CtBtttU diml rtor Cleinert. 214 Boone SU I I int and hardwire. Moriais Ba> MW ... Ps55...St
$5.4. O CRETknooR3--i'.c.--: .. : ii LOTS CLEARED Prompt tervic PAINTING-Waierproofint; ail masonry ': 31. Good Things to Eat vied_46 .t.. Church._ Ltd 351 SNSetsaS Se. M1t
Ljxi *s5rz.II Mm I UM4"ii. -. N b.at w ,, pour and finish non""ote fioora. Free estimates any time. 116 .url..,.. There system ANTIQUE UK top table lad J .... 2Ha dJmmee a M Lw
Pia.. .!... Call Ottaad. Travel $.r kw. drttr..,.. walks sad atept Por l Ill t r. tr!'l dAI t%H.__ i ia.e Brlrr rtlmsle tail 2-02SA:: Dunham MOWERS REPAIRED J; Bonded. Inaured. N.' J. Barnes.74i2.PAINTDiO planning A party weddln stet Stymie Place Uubsdrea BTI4 -.. HM*** TffHOaWi
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i.OUti 11 Lt. [-Gutlwsa Arlvlb C."rue Co _________ 1 sharpened 24 hour'I'Zt ice. Work'!' :;To preserve that new Mixed nuts cooked 2 n *. before ANTIQUE teakwood Jack Press or tressesr .dtyas.hrM.rt: :=- .... lm .e i T / -
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.5wt r. Taba I.cltn4* Utku t .;TRACT BUILDING Of Dew up Machine look let us paint far leu sow. servlnf. Insulin absolute freshness. cabinet with matebinttaad sod MNam /
win lieu
.. Sir' slid .i|>*.... lUlrWI8COHAIM he.... and revue to homes and At Weldifif Co Ilt6 S. or. Stanley P. Curtis. Bondsdl contrac Ph 8282. Next door to BeDUnel-Stat. lWHarvard. s : I It
1 5r. ... as 47 i ante Ave. Winter Park. .Write or' ph2:429 Op1 t"BkI.-w eau e-
.H Ht eYA31Ioa. tor. 23930. VALENCIA
w\d'n. of kind Bruit finanrd
any Tb.P.t
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w. .. w $ $MeMr.r.t '' phone Winter Park 472. ? ANTIQUE dining room suite. pal J pleseI
F Rul* ;iui Sag T P FuUird. 39 E. Ameba ROOPINOPrte estimates. 3 yearsto We have them) Also for Gage hub
Beettonil bookrave flee C.
(4.ibM1 N I. K ...r. tirtUnu .....*r. : ph_ 2-4O32 ___ ___ I LETTER WRITING and public atenairaphy. pay. Work cuaraateed. Roll ''home ate. SI.75 bushel. Orapefnut' 88350.and Nesco New tutU ..!.II
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.11 I PtM. .-**4i.I3m4. CARPENTRY' "REPAIRS-No Job too mall and phone service.: Shinties or built up and asbestos 75e busheL King Fruit Co, 1401 W. genre, sited box: sprints and tr>narapitamattre i t:.... W .. JIIMIf 11 3
Y Parker Business S ss.A ebMNor.
a d.. I Service: 2-1287. Washinttaa: 7267. rMnI
hla K.ti oaJC ITATi:1al. 2 ins9.12..55. intalL Prompt" aervice. Can Don- sldlnt Smith A Sons 4688_- !!se*. 179 each set. With rack ., C. 21. Plea lims.
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: .. BfllT.: 2-12OT. LAWN MOWERS-Hand and powered. I II I free
&dsvm. Jsas 2'l" Pt.aPI1TitUnot set sold twin metal bed S'vea'
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....:: .P4sr..s4.. ..... I I CABINET e:1D: KILLWORK to EDCclil Repaired and sharpened. M.cbllle' ROOF LEAK REPAIRS; promptly; ,. 32. Articles for Rent j I Cash or terms Jenkins ......... c'siwmIN a WIi4. ieT.-4.p.islst 1
round and lathed. ales -
I, PA'....:t...... Jue order C-niral Florida LumberC I j Co. 2309 N. Orante Henson-Dis Phone '71"eler i ii 2-2223. Buu..ooZER-Hour or contract for Exchinte:T795. 229 Boone SU phone ,- :: toff. =- a IK

i ...... AI- attPMnw TIM S. B.*IB fr tastitt.P Wills and N..broalta. MATTRESSES: : low estimate 3 E. Muriel., Tel 9847 ___ Plea Pb.a 9-Iw
r -.. __ *ueasbl I* riM. IttBIBft rlr,BCM.fm CLAY MADS-BtiILT-AIM lime rock<< i REBUILT from your RADIO 8SRUCS-See Central Flor- AIR CONDITIONINO AB Sties. .. ....
| old mattreMrs. Recover with latest FLOORS -Edser and polish-, From coolers .. to lots M1 WossI 1Aw
room =
3431PTTTV1GH./ paving with surface treatmentWork Mat most complete radio service
y M M.da.YM. ,. .. 119
aM I t e>Msns In tickin. Comfort first. er. AU new. Arnold Paint Store. commercial Instaf tiona Ortoad .... 1St M
IP 4,$ .. '.M..1.. ..... : -c.eYiUJ: i7 guaranteed. Eumby s.mpton. beauty too. RUM shop Quality service at lowest cost.
Mattress Co.. 1122 407 8. Prance. 2-3786. Sales
Service 608 N. Onase.
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a'--' ... 545 ** sstar.fiibiaLa CONCRETE ... phone 6942.REFRIGERATION ;-
$4a Ps. SERVICE Floor MACHINE cabnet 1947 weSeI MMw .. ...
AND REPAIR SHOP i in'aleree..
-Pipt i -Estate lad
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Naasroes-I 1 i rooft.orlTewiia. new and watt SERVICE Commercial -
The bert in enjlnccrlni. workman- 1 mtttnt and threadlnt. Electric andacetylene and household repairs. 'Wyekoffs Hdw 2524 Kuhl. 22821.: Rare Plate Jer Beery; U ., Navels otaaas AK i
MilM Tr. .l :M East
115y.lr PMIwIf Pt.Pies.. 1301.LIrI1TEt ship and materlaL Free eatlmitea JCo.. I3. W.weldlnt Cohooa Machinery: Good work thanes reasonable. Far- FLOOR SANDER, eater and polisher ruder ArcadyAQUELLACentrola CAMP =J'u1iiua. !
for concrete work of all/kind call South risen Retrtterstloa Servic. Ph. 9752. tor /nDL. Johns Hardware 2208 "' leaxase. : & b$ I
f 454 I Ps11& YJS.S ) aM .11. tin i tike pitaeaer .1110 or 9530. Buchanan Concrete: Co OFFICE MACHINES REPAIRED-Our RUGS UPHOLSTERY CLEANED. Edtewlter Drive telephone 2-0915. dampness or separ. ::brick. COB. 112 ..

I, M..gt ......... ...., nt.,, I Me if.,asses .ts Us 00 at. t CoUrnbu.Oftte. Kansas. DRY a..ANUiOWe emptaj only service tuartnteed. Ch.ck: with Expert workmanship fast service. FLOOR. SANDERS American rrete. stucco. Any kind of maacarySmyth. ;
Curare Coons SUart. 13 8. Mats St. phone Lumber C.. N. Grant aRailroad. .. rM *rs
-,;. ::-= Duraray .......**. Lack us .... Belcp uilled.lfrl.nCf'd help; and ( 11$'. Guaranteed mothproolmt service. Ph. i, 8" new edter.' Reasonable rates. ;' steam IN =- :ze..sa.Mrefilled 'It
.. VHBi ... Fi Medics machinery Try 111. UicDutfClemen. 2-2990 Kleenlse Co of Orlando. C. R. Burke 1805 8. Bumby 7851. |
e7 M/ ...... R... 5413Mf 204 Rldiewood. corner I'I PLUMBING REPAIRS-Bill King for RADIO INTEltCOi roNICATION.IOIt.D.UOD ', FLOOR SANDERS-TWO: new. TWO I ACCORInON-41 bass. 1a.. 14. NC1LL0 o.
s iic/- Roaallnd. Phone 2-1060. I I I promt guaranteed repairs. Phone and repairs Also repairs edters' and two polishers for rent I new. Hawaiian Tremoloa. Hemia 4 ___-flu -.... .
...... .... T1M. 17. HABllnf and Mating CONCRETE: WORK: driveways: steps.f T S059 Residence. 1729 Orand. OB all 'home and car radoa.hUH' it reasonsb'-e: rates. Smyth Lumber Loan Office. 27 W. Ctlarc" Ward fee ... MeM ... New M it t tc
dtwes. aka IlMSana ACM DEUVITIT SERVICE-Pack- walks floors septic .links: licensed. PIANO TUNING expert repalrini Bros. 114-B Park Are.. S., Co. N. Orange and RaUroad. AIR:(00'.ID1IIONERS--From: .. sad w.se isrva Limbe b. a c
1J' N..ma a. M4tw sad as. a*d wet haiaUBi. Prompt i* bonded Southern States Floor II Affiliated with Associated Stares Winter Park: ph. 619. TYPEWRITER RENTALS SPf'CisJ conditioners large lutata...... Or.... sad tdessdCAS .
\ IV Co. 8714 2-2206 for eatiaates. I and WORZ. Becker 441 N. Hutbey. !I Free estlmste From 8400. BrtttGeneral { tsci TIi t
; MWHMMM M Mil ..rvteti sad _II l* rate*. Pa. or iij AND IO I1iR cleaned monthly and quarterly rates. Check -
it tWLK WAY to rent 524. ELECTRICAL REPAIRING and house' Ph. 2-4118 ,' la your awn home. Approved ,, with Georte Stuart. 13 S. Main St.. El_:'ctrl," 35* N. Otsas.BAROMETERSTBERMOMITLRS.. ......., :- a- nrl''

AERO. ....YPLOW TILAJiI&T'00 '1 wtrlBC. Call 4314. Killer Willis i PLASTER PATCHING by. in expert. methods Moth proofinc. Prices.re- phane81S8. ___ ___ Phone 8942 tee _sswN 1'" 91a + 3
0Ntr. fttatiaelBurI -I W"eM A4 MftUtt touts vltow K Via aad Stei aervtc lot free FURNITURE' CPHOLSTERT-RefinUbtnr Maintenance: dial SMS SEPTIC TANKS-INSTALLED and sprayers stll- .w.: bench-aaws- All sixes. Florida Business E.alB- mss. 5r.r 81 $ (
.. ftT.. fiunwi. OUl ..Wrtaa. .!** Meal _w. IWWU" 4 p'ece' bedroom esf'e PLUMBING SERVICE-West C..tr.I' cleaned. State approved. 20 years ; power mowers; flooring equipment menU 390 N. Orante Phone"" S4)4. Pbao 2.1123 5.1455 dv
t : *raUB8 and aalpsta*. 1400.IXvialeeu $42.s 0. 2:Piece llTtn* room see (97p. Plumbmc Beating Co. 45 N. I ISn. la business. Altenaatt. Call 6730 or i and misc. Tonne's Tool Rental 100 BICYCLE: food conditt: &: 'i3t-'I1: i DlUpuaua.. ... .
,4 on I. pa. *>M. t tI I a Pails Repair Shop. Ph. -116t I ... Day 2-2238. Nltht 753A 7571 .for service. i w. Washington. 8454 I I Terrace Blvd. after 4 P-"- ,>, aPistolPacking- L" wlsat

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I( Thompson in a fainting spell I proach the body of his master. 1 I'age lies buried at the feet of his I Sunday golfers fishermen gardeners -;,i: Girls : au. eat tallrtktPIIlsl _-__ ... ,

Little Mongrel Faithful to Death] along' the 'highway and 'had I Fusatt caned Justice of the PeaceR. t master in Wickenburg Cemetery."It and others the Rev. E. P.1] W tie (nIke ...-

taken him home. L. Wesun. But, with no 'word ,i was the least we could do" jl jli l Guard Bank's Cash Mlfti*

WWItIiH1Jt.'RO, AnI. I UP J He' from "Thompson's lonely cabin in I from his muter to restrain him I I Westall, bald.f ,. Nay has started a special 30 min- TV Matt aft

... ... s aoaa i t whit th* desert for provisions which he \ Constable B. E. Fugatt 'went to the dog kept both at bay. I lute Sabbath worship that begins''': ALBANY. N. Y. IUPJ' JI&MMa miilAlkg'9 ...% taw

.f. M* *aj faouiur to the polka carried home In a sack over his the Thompson cabin to see if there I Finally at the word from f! I I'I at 7 ajn.. The service Includes two''should steer dear of Uw Halte8.&l 0aII ent/1e1rt ... MB

j. fj Wfe rftaan for BtTfTBl shoulder. was anything -lie could do. He I Westall Fusatt shot and killed I Cleric Streamlines Commercial: Bank Bad Trui C.. x919 i4 M MMt ...*. e a I

MV Mm .. tretunc Jtar1.1. Tben IL C. Nlchotls, who knew found Thompson dead and the < the animal they could remove I'I His Sabbath Service songs a prayer and a sermonette. here. drib iBtfBtMl t* g/Mo.l ..

.1t IMM. .kt. toMad hit the aged prMpeetor only by ''uslglt I little white dog on guard. r Thompson's body Ii Attendance has increased from Five comely girl bank UUtrr 'ft Milt ..> ... '..

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RAtMOO .15 dial* tor aBiM RADIO RECORD CHANGER comblatwa -S LITCTOSTON AYZ. .. Pleasant PARK-New tram house. EAST
1A..ltx II. "ft..c CLAUDE CALUN Er ROBERT I
It avanei ear*. I'W 13-rcord csDtcity. COlt room for refined bnstnes' Udy. l 3rbedrooisTdem. Jivto. room din-- lIt lta.23 .au :. = JI1

4i& rmj1b a n4 t Brr ..... enmer of I,I (9* 50. eU (Th: .V. Haler Ocoee.KZ8TAURAKT gemi-prtvate Rates bus Bath: -; frY1lclea Buaver ins _: .3 5Jhe.tot. (7 oak. 00 floor with Portecochere small ,I I term Caurta iVraW. JWne K .

*S?* lJ>fk n Pa-3330_ __ XQUTPMZNT TJsed. I down payment lint Real Estate. 30 : 3-247L -

At tow price Apply at 46 W. Central ST. JA1IES. Summer HOTEL-*6outh. Single and Rosallnd. M- .S E_Church. $$. -Open Sunday" I EArBTD >rCtoM ta.furniched .

t. .. PlMKaDIQ $BUPPUXB phone 24.U.aADI1fttrk.1 week up: double Call 1233. CIat.. St Lake 5a1a.wIthes I" -

.. service horns wlrIn WOODRUFF ST. 7QO-.1Kr.DeIaD17 I and with DHeJ P. 4.Realtor. .
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<* S f. oalvnoteed ptP. TeOet *. Horn. auto radio Industrial School. Room; meal optionaL S CONWAY szcTtos-.5-rooss ir. WS5505140aM
batatab. ..,_. _,. AHtm eWuwnlr*. Delivery rrvtce. Whiting bath house with 3-room cottage n
.ty trUnaMd 1rpr Plnaibino 3301 E. Washington. 24312. WINTER PARK-Attractive room tn In rear that brtnss tn (20 per month moWATiAiiiJlT

i ak.sp tin B. Orlaado Av. 1 new modern bungalow for woman. S rent. A good but for only (3.9X1. Set classed Is SleSatsi 5555Ilviag

vPtaiM ... pnoao 496-M. BADIOS.-Crealey sad Fad. Console Kitchen privUece Hear ,. Phone I'S Mark with Louis Oeealin. Eealtof.I witS flMO. eal 0emthzeuhosL 0s
$,. 1 tIPS Sad table models. Also portables Winter Park. 373.R.WASHINOTOR I 143 .sT. Main 2-1464. Lane lit 'ItS pasS !
I Ic. I Bumby B.rd... 102 W. Qt.'LUN'I I 5155 Steel CheSS
1 EIL ST., 604 X.-Inner : $5
ChurchSLEDGE. 55-Be? asI
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: _._ ae* ..u.1 f I outings: hot water. (7 tingle. Excellent ', Oasd his "lie sad =
HAMMERS 12 _. .droom M. : ,, .eelWle.
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a..... 1$... bnrb taclnOd. Term for bustaes gentleman 1 $55545. $4655 05gas. -
I 134 Mataa Kant 11'c.- 25 I. Pin*. talon; tot 100x137. Close to Bo .bIIe
otr4. Baliry. lIssiliN.
Jenepa au J5S
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-r 1 1. ( .. Phone 3-3163 YMCA-Attractive rooms for yount and lake. (1230 cash. i Sucklt-O5
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I men. Single or double. (6 and Can Joe Real Estate |I Rodseos: .laI I.Jn.i i

Papal tMtAPCaTrts**" CUe Call 8006 D'I Agency; 29 8. Court 2-tt1L property -i ST.eh.. PeseS I

***. 41 Ortanno Pnrattar C*. BAIL BOAT Management Department. |IIU1UU8OII $S.sithed .
= .e:1: 300 CHASE ATE Winter Park -Select baas. taM
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,; I room with private bath and CLOSE IN-Splendid 3 bedroom bungalow sad IK.w eS wa !

: I, maker Two ]( ft Made to ten rlZ I showers: single or double.'Lew ftuamer very nicely and fully fur 54.5 0.45 b.aetof Stte .I' I

r; for (930 or (430 See them Saturday ratesCOOL .. nished. Garage. Landscaped. (11.300.terms. I Ta05. guI t.o.l's I

S W aad Sunday. 1021 Edtewater Dr. Cavenauth..Realtor _430$_. ..n.. La& 110&1. ft. TIIIn II i

#.I .. hi -. 1'. .. FIRST FLOOR Breakfast-Business eo COLONIAL -Channlnt 3wcdroont IS aopare with f. 42I i
I I I pi* or lady. prt11Jecea.i atsilabla' We hats lite
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tnaBaw ot lisp .. Traey1- Wta- $SAXOPHONE flat alto. A-l con I I I i Summer fates Ph _11$1. cypress. modern Unusual bungalow.feature and Frtwan Income I. 3555555. lIfS ill P.

>** Oar.*.. pbe** MU Oc aa, "U_. Terms. also electric turn I II SLEEPING ROOM Suitable for *M ... Sound value at (10.500. 'a- $412. NKALIT

tal 1)4 aa tor 1919-J-U. labS. leatherette, case. Ifwe new. Uncle Ben is gettin' to "I'm more scored of ci;|1 I or I.. 1412 East Concord. Ph. Depreciation never catch up with IH.oOI *ox a tv&** V
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Cs1b2.1343. be more regilious as he mouse but knowin' we'vegot i! 2-7333. ye* on this property. For appointment sgCTlO-4 $5aSheS. 1V* 0* *<
BEWTXQ MACHINES Factory rebailt i LARGE attractive double room. Coq can Don Dudley Realtor 3-1 S Bn
1410.
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.w e i' tuaranteed la* new portabl I grows older. Ben gives up i mice in the house don't I I and volet Innersprinc mattress 474$. ,I I Real 5.1st' Se5$ 5-lIeS jfTplia. itl OM aw>*% S.N55*% *
bath close In.
: .. Er I *_and console. Al Wiggins 6247. his wickedness a little at o. make me feel as nasty as I 1 line.semi Very private reasonable. Call 2-0938.on boa !i CLOSE furnished.IN-A.Large very Urine livable room homo.andS: RALLY Lucn NSIT54 fa.vetera. i' :.= '

d SOLAR ROT WATER HEATER becomes too havin' ROOM AND BOARD private home. extra lane front porch. 2 bedroom* 'S 50705 .,s.Ssdres.. 'I )
time | cockroaches
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Manufactured installed and repaired. as ie in the
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I I, I I Adjoins bath. (1350_ week. Bus. and i baths on 2 tot*. Ask for tomr orlM4ia6 LaSs I

)6o aatltrwata aet si tow .* 1143.Wtw ., 1806. Orsay-Cralt B Bumb,. Ph.Solar 8749.I System. I old to enjoy it. ki tchen.II 1 t Couple p..ef.... 1-243 E.10ML Central.Id..CoDdk&5137.S Realtor. 37 >I I rwosn parmeats 646M am OwaS. i I I

frKU*. TraI LOVELY DOUBLE room. Largeclosets. like ta* tort rawn heouaSt .
a I&IN k*.tr. Mal. 33L Oota I,I SHELLAC-Alcohol- turpentine: odDI Can 9526 for information. I S COLLEGE PARK Qualified ..\era_ j'S floor shady tot. CaB Sass M**** ,,
Wtntoe phen*
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.\ ela- 'PS.*. hal 116 sal Sal KU-J-U. I II ,I I ., spirits. All paint supplies 31. Articles Wanted I 45. Apartments for Rent I ELDERLY COUPLE has 2 comfortable This three bedroom seven room S Sconcrete wtth O P BW*** MaKar M Bat i iI
Smyth Lumber sodS '
Co. N. Orange bedrooms. Gentlemen preferred block home win meet your Pin* altoS aftsva B qn ,
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-'I rL.r S Railroad for CLOSE IN I Phone. 7414. _Usa requirements. Near Princeton call
.1t I I i I "I1oD-De.- ROTARY MOWEBJO'Or..ly) Furnished new apU 3
1r&'t'J .1 TANK-3400 use with Gravely Tractor. Box 505 I room* bath $75. He peu small CORNER ROOM-* windows. YenS S neighborhood.school en 100 suite loan street excellent I I LAKE FROKT. tusaioi.4 2 I Imal.

I $PLYWOOD W_.. I t." steel throughout above mile or radius Vad.rerssud.deU.ered 1 1f Eagle Lake Fla. I children 601 Daniels. lovely room RunnIng ... Ad- I 1 Payment (63.00 %per month.or no sale Call .ere* frail on 30 acre Iski
30 bales 3UB.i Wk45
.. I Daal urn oubatttat**-wa04 yont >Lnd. Fla. (483.00. Also Marine i iCeastmetioa STUDIO COUCH.-Can (717 after I[S HIGHWAY :ResVOver cabins ;! lotnint bath. Ph. 3-0838. Recde .Moffatt with O P. .._. 0...RnUy.

baa eMS ta* $*$. MiLS *ad Keba Co. Btretferd. Fla. p.m. daily. |i 5 miles norm 01 Orlando.' Clean &1'1&01'. 60 EastPine.. Phone 3612. i i I II' |
W. ', ***** S, and airy with private shower la 471. Rental Agencies after office hour call (628. j[I' LAKE FROirr-a n. to** _tniaroptniM. '
,i B>re PI._Phone DeLand 11.UTICTcLR1$4 j SMALL MANGLE-State make price i : I .
Bay .* *t laai i* I
r*.* BAW Ottawa baa each ubla. By the ..eet.JEFFZR.SON .
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jLn 1Je1l& and condition. Rt. 1 Box 33 MU COLLEGE PARK Modern $-rooMI 1 aV4
? # $ I MMa.., .".; Atumiaum S condition. Good (175 8-e S Dora. Fla. !;! : COURT HOTEL-1 and1'>LANDLORDS vIE supply 754 t j I I frame house completely furnished kaalaWhite Braa Crataia.
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bSI$5ms. 55* I (4. *dy .l..c I 2-room apartments desirable tenants free of chart Iand '''tnciudln all .
available. Sum- gas kitchen .
y at WinterPark Can before
.a Indian Balea A WE BUY used furniture. a* -
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Just phone Post
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j- '51 s *.a.I. mate* a.- .. sic, r.t.. : Screened pOrch. attached I
t 151514 545 ... .. Mil 8673: Ira : aeilint. Orlando Furniture Co.No '1 vacancy. Veterans' Real Estate Acea-u I Lane lot. S895O. Allen Johnson.garase.ReeI LAKE ntOKT-Oao of ..
a .. .w 5 t** and a&.rsa. cabinet. SHOTGUN gauge doable. Excet 2 Store 615 W. Church phone I LUCERNE TERRACE. 8O9. Efficiency cy. 29 S. Court St. Phone 2-4481._ j I tor. 140 N Orange; 8612. "SpeeiaUs-* Parka r-e hsnm. 3 keats.S
2-4883 apartment suitable for 2. Completely .
a N USI tat: i.s.i.as *>.rsrw de**> fryer. lest condition. 35. 1333 West Stet- f tarnished WE WILL HELP? pos find a rental i I II I log In Home :i ii aUoe. -.t.lust

:: Mat* offM BM \.. OWe Supply *** *va"- _, WANTED-One 600 gallon supply for a (3 service charge. Veteran {i SEC'I10H-alooO := noi .

: .tT. Max .. __ $..stI.PsaSvS. I i I STORAGE CABINETS StreL single tank and pump. Umatilla Fruit I LUCERNE TERRACE. BOO-Lower 3 Real Estate Agency. 29 8. Court. .j|I COLLEGE PARK 'i caaurnMt aal aa tonnaenlat hene
Company. Umatllla. Fla Ph. 2302. room. furnished; utilities refrlter- down win'bay 3-bedroom home. J Aureal bay far 434600. Shoes $5
i ,; double door Green nnIsh.
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; .ra Cooc Preote |' Bmtth-WUson C... 'Office Ontfitters. wANTiD-iILE-CiiuN'ET- .1 atlon. entrance and bath. Adults. J 4*. Hotel Rooms |t screened porches tsrtte. WilburStrickland. .ppeiatawnt IL C P.abemh. ft **fl g
.... 1-0... dinette Mtu 4- Broker: 33 W. Chorea flAtfsJ
It. nvotnM dv.s 'sat table: I ISassp I I 401 W. Central: '759.S size used. Can 5070 Mr. Ryan.Monday. I I LINCOLN -Ai'ARTMENTs-189- 5475.S : Robert Tyre stoalNt U 0

'IIH at "-:4 ,._aMo. 333 W. Chnrch: : *SINGLE BED-.Cotton felt mattreas.i ,| Blvd. Winter Park. 1 and -. 1 LAKE EOLA HOTEL-Summer rates 1 II t Washlattoa 6174.btocka. .

% aaw .** W I j jPAMACvlVTB soil (print*, excellent condition. WE PAY highest cash price for old i room apartments. Janitor service LotS I BOW 1 prevail. Complete hotel j jI S COLLEGE charminc PARK house-On ia* \ really ;

i *Titian ) taBM :r Both (JO. Phone 3-4174 fcBKILL diamond and diamond Jewelry la I I S Summer water steam rental.heat.Adults Year only.round Winter or I Dining room open an meals. Hrncc.1|I I are pleased to offer It at (11.500.sectionW I II I' LAJliCAana UCTIeII 1Ai2 Tito '
casosct-WbIt. ay- ltaNaIte saa
a ffAWS and drills. S any condition. City Luggage and S Completely furnished Yoa will Ilk '' Sew
:. : a. ..*Hy M yard of baa-I ; .Of'ri Park 11111.ORLANDO 3 biareama. tor** Mat** 'I
J t I I f Hydrll tacts. Sea at C jeweTry Co. cor Orange at cnurch. I| I 48-1. Beach Rentals I S Its comfort.. tasteful fumishin tructtoa *
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.- 920 8. Wmter : window. Hs.Ieum
f Hdw _2S24Kuhl.BOUND WE BUY DIAMONDS. old told garnet -[ 'I (roomed appearance and reasonable i .
sad earw (1 addittoaal if packed Park. 1 bedroom. bath kltchen- CORONADO lIUCB-J room furnished attached ... pusqialsa *
: 1bniM : ta* $5.1.5151.51 enrge cat- : SYSTEMS Let a* demon- Jewelry and antiques. Hoeltke't..!!,| dinette. Utilities turnished. apt (20 week. See Hodge I price.10* E Call...Harra-Moore.Phone 3-0636 Realtor. I term. Bam Jenaaon CO y6 S
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hits OainfMa ona antU 7 p m. 'i mate the Mirror OSCEOLA ST.. 430 S. 2 rooms. utUii -I 521 Mariposa St. S MalaroMtavwe _
I L**.M. InaaotrlM, LN.., Alrpwrt, Pxecatnn Inter-Com system for office iAizkiiowtzs .i 1.055- .
ties u.1c
1st
i l.k*.aw. Fla .tflew,. Fla Busines* Eanloai 35. Fuel Oil and Wood paid. floor separate *a- i, COCOA BEACH RENTALS Rend COLLEGE PARK Prvoom tram 'Ii .
___ trance Adults.PINECASTLE attached Saisie
o' 'f ; e.- ., room 3. at (23 per week. European =
$454.scazrscstLia5
$ l c. 390 W Orante Phone I :11. i i burtalow oak floor garage at- ,
1 it
f1lmlahecl'
paratKo '.Uaa.-a. tad snort i' : = Screen door- FUEL OIL-A fun tank -1s safer. !S -' 3-room apartment. I 2-bedroom 1cottages. tached. screened Dent perch paved aer *nd pnrca Ptoot
SIr sad I Will take 1 block from beach at (40 (160C nown. laxmenne *no t* 6Jr*
Mad nn pmneva. anAto 8021. Have your tank filled. child phone 2O889SUBURBAN S street. Convenient to stores *ndtransportation.
Wjd4 1P4 ewr% b<' nmn tsw. KantaurM rrreen aetascreen adjuster and Phone j | week or (130 mo. Call or write Paul A. C Oalwa. Brnr IU1 H 6>
tank insures heat on coldestInornInhi. Wen landscaped 75X
tarter
Smith Lumber Co. H. Or- A -Duplex, modern ,
II It NM inrinta. very S land Av* I.e HaWUM ao55e
3-3163. I Lodge.
Ca It. Pin Ftxrx Fuel Oil Se" .. Ocean 133 foot tot. Price (8960. completely -
? a.,* and Ralfroad.SOCKD McOraw nice. 2 rooms bath. 2 _aecIponhea. : pasii. winter Owa Own
Ia. v' I ; Para.
f&IiLZ'O-WW.UYPISIMS-,, I oak I l Completely famished. .Utili 'OCEAN SERENADE-At CoronadvBeacn fornisb McNutt Heasley Real-i .
FUEL OIL Kerosene. pine and
4 I jL SYSTEM with "O J. amplifier ( tla
I LAKE LEVER nECTiei -T VSMI
M St. Phone
54451 y.. MM fur wall sad wood: 12 in. to 4 ft.. tail Lambs ties paid. $55 month. Tel. Lontvood New, modern efficiencY tors. W. Washington
and two 12" speakers. Electric Ills
k 55
ttS s.d orchard Stals
a. crab
S I Weekly 27.50 910*. *
PI.btsskaPI.000W.t.tpt.I apartment
***na** Mt* and Wood Yard. 20971. on ocean.
i reeord rhn rr. Herman a Loan Of- Fuel Oil and ; 23.WINTER i II bedraoea wftfc two kataa naeae
and mile north of Flasler St. I
: fir. vaitobn > up. !
,. ". 37 w. Church. PARK-Permanent occu aik | Lou of an*
fr *.-.. 6 I 16 ft6 a I* and S 37. Fertilizers and Soils DaDe,. 4-room unfurnished apartment : on A Ave. COLLEGE PARK-Unusually attraeti WT.-r.rVSBmet
TILE bath -
I tw
and kitchen In runt sal *
B- *?**! T S 16 Pino Canto at Cnaetmr- 1 your l'I and bath. Ph. Winter Park VACATION ON GULP BEACH Clean. 3-bedrooin home of masonry I" itasa..dSeesa $5
proof Permtile free estimate
;.._..-t.tIII.S P.si.-a.s (5 t'e s I.' aPCMPB. _ ( Pvrmatil of Central: Florida. 3323 '. COLD SMOKE-Keep your garden 9168. '! modern 3 room cotutc between I cocstruction. Oak floor All room .. waltnrr 100154 .** ..
3 mile I have closets. 15 135 It. lot
I St. Pete and Clearwater. Urge x
healthy
I rOean.. $545.I and lawn pest free and WINTER PARK-1510 Olencoe Road Reylt.ei._104 M04IS1011. I..__
; south of Indian Rocks Bridie. Gallbathing. Brand new and priced right. See *
MV B 4vMvM safe 508 Brookbaven I
The 1 i
tan .** t r. a nna WATER ,4 .. be teen at corner Gore and I duplex. Yearly renta% $100 per month. !I except (40 week InS tral. i S Ian* srteened ptiostbt 9.n< iiajnai
ITmor,: or call "2&: or 2-O620 black top soiL fill and ,I Utilities Included Available July lit.i elude electricity.Dte and use .f Call B I-J5.flIa.V 34S
iii .. Mea *. Mo ... .,.& 30 clay. Guaranteed full loads. Write ,i CLOSE IN. for 2. 1100 E South. Ex-II i S SI
WINTER PARK Small furnished boat. Write Breexeway .. BoaS I i iimosT We .e
;'TtRL xu-ev.-PlrW01Ie. ; ** -

: tit..1",,1t4: .. H(Math Qafnod.* to sat$332.pop.th. .WOUam Oakley. tI.I,1 1 *-!.. .- b.-L 4x10 3-wheel trailer.oa H.Fla.A.Phone Bray. Co.P.O. -Box-.102.. Lockbart. I S apartment for July and August. 334. .. Fla. !I er.Ua raage.tofc e tarate_ automatic with hot water and aae.t.'I I I'I|I lrm* ace**. Ufepletely 's.f e..
Close in. Can Winter Park 371-R. I fum n4i .
1029 37th 8 tf ONE LARGE. One medium bydroom [ water. (2500 d W1L (30 _'. 555
*.d = I PEAT-DaetwyJer shredded neat Is :I'1 i, i kitchea: rrnrator s.'s4'
i' = I TYPEWRITER and radio. Sacrifice. WEBER AVE. ._ 90-Private. lane/ nicely furnished near ocean. (20 CLEAR LAKE VIEW-2 tot*. _
s
much better. bone County 1905Jl. I blind laundry attarara us-
t.4. : i 756 Mrlntlr. Winter Park phone I,I, cool apt., electric refrigeration. and (IS weekly for two people, adult house. Lttht and
au .., *r hn BUM Dartwyler Nurseries. twin beds. Laundry privileges. Summer or children. No meal. Makt reservation concrete waist.S S M.. 7U34I (t, tot U (t tn lass
740-lt I
.
ae4 BM $1836. S
huto. and onr i
I'I : (9000. urtaa Wttr .. tM S.
POULTRY MANURE-(13 per ton (1 rat.ez.COMPLETELY foe July and Anna week of
farm 15u Macninery Cn- TARPAULINS .. canvas speeUUy Orange Ave. N.-Just off. 4-room r- 441
ilifYUv -I. delivered FairvUla Poultry Fourth 83 extra. .
: per sack FURNISHED, includ- house ramished. Fenced 2 lot* j(
I treated Sites 7HxlO:; 9x12 Farm phone 5927. I Nice five room furnished bouts (425 i LAKE FROirr MaOra 3.hs5s.
c.e' ar-- m..atllO-afPn.nl-II... PpssP555(5. I 12x14. 13x18 B. .5. Goodrich. Gar : !I log all utilities linens electric Plenty trait tree*. Need some re- -
I for three months. of
home 4 miSs asira H
L .s.ss.
arM vnrM .4s. HardwareMMMMT land .M Rnblnson Av*. TOBACCO STEMS We .have limited refrigeration. (83 per month Nice I Also home and lots pal?. (800 down. (50 month. |S
Ocesn Front
I rust elf BMbway 10 Ode _
: quantities of cut tobaee stems cool place.' Adults only. 733 8. Orlando We have some fine home M bargain
S P S m 11 Batoned COD. Brwnth TABLB Heavy ..ole. Butcher or analyzIng 3% potash These are I Are., Winter Park j for .. Phone U3S-W Dayton 'S price Just inquire., Central and Ovaaa. Ls.disps.4

DtI e..t.w 044 Wbartaa OX Philaaeiahia 43. I f hiker 3 n. I 6 ft. 2H Inch edger trove and fernerie Also I I Beach. Fred B. Houghton. Broker. I I E F. Slayton. Realtor, 32 E. Fin* grvmada. alotw isIs tree nrr* .
.. .ln .ipl top Ph. 7189._ 'f" complete fertiliser for sweet i iI FURNISHED S-ROOM APARTMENT I 6*. phone 6651. I water S *d**. Frmt *b n* tnea.priaator
Imb.z PAO T PUH trade oat to. honMpaKtt. All electric kitchen. 200 it. lakefront 49. Easiness Rentals srtteea. .. LoSeS *i*
tn-rrriAJI BLINDS dy delivery potatoes: Write for delivered nrlres. I'

$5.'* 4 64 M 6L Fma paint toans.a ., ehe p blinds when yra I A. M. Prevatt. Box 67, SevilleFit- 1 ftshint.beach etc. for All swimming Bttliues furnished.boatlnt. 1 1 t COUNTRY",CLUB SECTION-OB* Of S 50 sea.vi$5. kII. *14.brao..aay.

.r atvteiand arwa .,. AmoM Palat can set th* best for tan' w cent Phone 2104. i Wlndemere Fla. Phone Orlando. BUILDING-6.000 co. feet for tor- the fine homes of Orlando. tstories. I M. 05045W 5ss.
,
al $ta.5S en S Caius: 3-314. more* Mia In Orlando .IIa: Charles I I I Mil age warehouse or wholesale and ."tile construction. TIle roof.Ittrt lausdry .. 514. _1c

.. Jr**** ** nntAft.DP rn7BTBHO *- at 1603 Ed....t>r Dr. ph. 3-0433. 3$. Plants. Flowers and Seeds I[S 1 COMPLETELY FURNISHER me bed- Blent mill business. 8m.n'm.DIIf.Clllnql I living room dining room seaS term Bouaa.Can BeKr lea P CamM Ftott wtia iS a..r
patting
P$5. water .. BM at WyckatT VACUUM CLEANERS "Unlversalwtth or porch. paUo. 3 bedroom m baths.I
-
a. I room. die bath apartment. Very cation Orlando .... Winter H Prone* ?- Ui
Park-
nt S *Mr IMw S414 Kaht._ _ all tuchmentt Bumby Bard- AZALEAS cut flowers. artIstic table I I Bice. (60 monthly. Yearly lease. Fun Owner. Phone 457$. I I maidt quarters. Larte beautiful* LAKE flO5rT..5rsA.acres. :' "1 I
S j
f.TOwa..a ..ra. 102 West Church. decoration W wire anywhere. : !S landscaped tromnd ,tXMO Una *
ba.. .. (4 ft M .a Wavaaia and bnMera. ***- i partlfulan. Box_27 8-Star. : I IJ
WyeieeY .inn. aoaov .... BM *t WycAnrr S YnfETIAII BUXDS Cos Urn bunt. Ann's Florist. rtFormerly auttinter'sK I!S I! ORANGE AVSX 423 South-Holland i i,I w. B. Nicholson. .. 14 5. > ttoard Pospps trp. 4
"r'rii' ... ni4 KanlPTMPB. I Bveclal 64 E Central: 4643 2-ROOM APARTMENT-Furnished or Arcade. 24O feet of floor apse. 1 Male 3-119. "I b reeajt oatha. .a. k6krt a, fk>
t .1m1Wv".ai. B1IIr&- S unfurnished. <2O a month. Garden suitable for huh das profeaateo. I J
I dellyort. :
s. AB Co4I DREAM NAVEL ORANGE-Most deli- :i I and chicken privllete Inquirt at end I reasonable rent responsible party. I I(i'T..Mr 7te aWrtMl JU
P'51 m* Hollenbefk Dr.: phone 3-4167. eious October orange ever develop of Holden Bets bus line W. L. Crawford Frank Crebs. Realtor. 1\,1|to* n: Tin
607 Mettall
ft 11 rt *M pvjstT*. TOtTaBM TVBGBTAB1B STAND ='FrSIdMi ed Wonderful flavor seedles Juicy S I Build in*. phone_2-1710. ''COIIWAY i S LOCKHABT-1i a..e.-r
Every home
|, alt conditioned Excellent I should plant them. (7.50 LAKE FRONT 140 .
ta* UtMt ta *hnn* .B nnataa.Ta tion. Jhn Hotls. Casselberry. Winter rood to (10.50 !, Roal Purple Citrus I I FURNISHED APARTMENT-Modem 03 lICE SPACE .telephone serv- :I I sand beach. Furnished 3 bedroom i 3-e..m i sasalmisS eaese .
f equipment. Mrs. A. L Barnetu I I Ice. j 4 ruemi fir 551st
Centrally located.
Parker
and Mists 5ta.stt4 Part 32721.I I Research Nursery. Phone $ &. 1224 S buntatew. Modern electric kitchen
atarMt He aM them ta .$. DP aiM -t VEiTtlAJI Palmer St. ,,' Fern Park. _ _ I! Batmen_Service._ 32 E. Pine; 2127.S I I Boat house. This I* a teod buy. (3000. :SlIer r.'IU
s. $5 Ill BI.VD8-Th. best cost I II EFFICIENCY AFX. OFFICE SPACE One 1 Term. Roper Realty. ChartS and ranm *l
wnaMd uaay sad PTi*&* IMONSTERA DXLICIOSA African 'llVRl'fiSHED room available I
"Cit eta RF Or. ,I n* BIOT at Ad.m* 919. W. :. 1 Main 3-3433. eawt na tau. C V Tartar. .
: (1X13. Telep2.'U02. tor Real Estate
i violet funeral designs or Insurance Atency -
corsage
I. t Orl a W I and weddings Petry Jo. Oarde_ |; I BOX 29 8Star.RESTAURANT !I -
|' TD-UAnJt-Eleetrte 30 tal.e .I.t' 3319 1'. Oracte: 21727. WAITID-.Rent
oflease.
a. *> *- II. > parttr also *U circulating hettir I : 46. Douses for Rent ( Former COLLEGE PARK Villa site hikeprivileges.
of
owner Madratal
S PAPAYA PLANTS and lOe Potato
In. t' *wh drum end stand ready for up. J LAKE LCauI SICTI
'kW.Io..r. Practically 1
Dining Room Ph. 2-8701. acre.
vine No Bmit. Ph. 4330. i. P
f InctaCatloa. Can b* seen at 90S W. <1 I
I CLOSE IS-July 1st. 2-apt. house.I I Modern 3-bedroom ...... If yon
U7UBIM FirrtTLEBal Tale Ave. Browne. 200 E PlDel h. i SPACE (or small business-Inquire I II II IT Put 'N 55ssaasd hi S WsIsS
| |I garage ( ... Rent to one P&rU.llelcr"Dce. like freedom and quietness thl MH.
1 1i
= = : !1 SHRUBBERY-Lane election to ; DI.mOtul. Batteries 122 asm. wnh s***TJ k4rd Odan
..t- tw sad 1It 1M. Bath tnb*. torMriM. *. WASH BOARDS Sturdy w. h i Rent. 100. Box U 1S I W Why oot hive aft estate in the
_a vat., 11 ml* Mak*. wtjjtottot boards, tarvinisrd and bran 93e, beautify your home. Musselwhlteffnrterle 'S Star. i Pine city? Roper Realty Co. Church asS a -th mums, ran man 00 vafk

*4ff ftfartaiv ia. A ***. ewtof.d totM _!*. .**- .1 **d ... Kimx Store Co, 25 E. Pine S *. 11 EJ Princeton. FOREST HILLS. 320 Dana Way. be- SINGLE omc and storage room.i Main: 33433.llOl.ON2ALTOWNA. i OU place tamer*4 sow.: ..intjittmLOCKHABT

ana *. alWn ongion Ovtan ., atn* sad fnuncs. Mtl pip and Pr-n 3-3163_ : 'i tween Orlando and Winter Park. I i Broker(23 per 23 month.w. Wilbur_ especially .. r*** w 35 a**) (ar ta. c, ___
c.t. 1. 5. Oraao fftain* Jiotaia* ... 3a awnia to I WRINGERS-Gnmine l veU" baud I 39. Livestock and Supplies Small unfurnished house. Larse landt Church 'S7 Sutcklud.j I pealing block bungalow with two Faratca ar

par lAM Sad ,_. 111 WW wrtn.T. ($ 7$. Knox Store Co.I Also t i scaped lot. 100 ft. from Lake Su. !i SINGLE OFFICE tn new bedroom and large sleeptat porch. witt sacnflr .r.-a

Wi .****l t n E Pine Phone 3-3163. I GELDIXa-Gentle saddle hone. I j i Electric refriierator. ranie. fuel oil ing. Parkin' leas* reuired. -;S handsomely furnished with the best Lnceme Tcrraca
$5.i4a. 3 saddles. Low price: or make ef.I I I. .: r.i I 1 I
; quality. Sew
I | beater Installed. Lon lease. (60 MOper refrterator -
WATER
REATCRS ..
I. -O* electrical ''r .J == a.
1911511.HORSRS.4 I :
fer. Call County
1 month. W. L. Louis. 7074LAKJ. I month. I I
v s' CUSNS5 5aP4. Sod fuel oil. 20 U M canon else I xCurlln
._ Rldl. 872. .
I Ipeirling special laundry and shower room off
I Kr** Store Co.. 35 good mares younf. --- ---- --
E I E. Pine. Phone UUKA-nrnisnea z-oearoom I -Paratanod yeseS
I Ii
of tartte. a genuine
filly. One bargain
colt at
mare: one '
.31"3. I
*.... taaTTMaawlM wai I > house Adults only; permanent. (1IJOO. Can OUara Moor cett**-. 5. 3 aero ePPrwed -
Sal .
--- -- mu.eil a Tennessee walker. or I 50. Wanted U Rent Broktr
___ Lake Shores Dora.and
- ( ma.. 40 .ft. OraN raI..s rJ-re no' E. Sass era.; etShes basses s4
I I trade for e... Ph. 2-3281 or : i Tavares. a.beI 202. i> 109 Pine Phone -._ I =
al
- V 141 a4 Sir aaM tatot *e wRleg
POM 1sad ataoy .. ahalto WELDING $BUPPUrS REGANS BULL SERVICE-We also TararesS.OIle_ APARTMENT Efficiency -or tartte. COLONIAL SECTION-Hew; > Urn j jI 'II t$y pi Mrt* cal btr ** ** *,

. ;. JW U1MU..4 and 6ep *H *. Btaka t haul cow*. Phone Winter Park 522 I" LOW-RENT-Enjoy country during SingS veteran. Permanent. Box tt \I I bedroom: bunialew. Lake .... ails KIM Post Batata. 34B.. Ckarta. ,

- a. ... 30 mnataa t* 55,. Ubby I 300 Amp portable weldlnt outfits STALLION-Black and white. 3 yefr I hot months. Cabins with I 8-8tar j I I Very cool. Ready to move into. Price 543$. '

- &to .: 'T.w sad til w. caarca. I IPIFt I Complete welding cupplle tn stock.: i I old. Can be seen at 102 S. Keystone 1 priTileces. (10 and (12 per ck.e' APARTMENT w 3 rooms. -erboose. ;I S N.(69SO.Mill terms.: phone Uadbert.3-0616 Broker, til iiZpp.Iy.5 *a. (fit* aaa4

DtMribntor of Lincoln weldlnt msrhi i Drive. Between 4 and I II JL Pine Grove Motor Court e 1 Preferably suburban. Fasjdly : .
. : Of 3. Box 23 8-SUr. COLLEGE PARK Modem --I j ji .ee.i. 6J a
k m I and rods. H. R. William north oil Orlando en O. 8. 17-92. Abet Pr >
.. ta e *oaReattar
S ... .. and frs trrittML.Ptortda Sipptie Ill II. B adr 8& I : i S home with attached garat on >
- Ops P45 5 IM Dayton. 40. Pet Stock and Supplies j LADY APARTMENT-Furnished. in Prt- j 1 roam 4. Cantrai Amaai
i
Pi*. 0 **ly Co(30 W. I .. Fla. Ph. 2220. I W business er sib: vate home or ..... Elderly:tesK lane tot. Price OOO wtt* tnfenms. : dod TtIJ'f
N1im ii.,. .. b.1 < p. A. AHuon. _
Cart 51. SItS 1IHI1'0II.- Box 23 S-Staf. ReeJte. 37 % | '
_ I BOSTON TERRIER 13 glv partial cart well behaved i ii I'I'tlt'o. Wishinxton.COLONIALTOWlf. wWnp uBJli
to >. 1 w *
I
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*
.-c.or.Ml V Ca eva.j : OPt sndtm **- I vale. Paper. ($. 1515 Barwood Art. i codS 185$. _ _ I APARTMENT with 2 beds fw 2 i I tote view *M wnoM (a tlri* 55.
*$ *. WARDROBE TRtnflt-.uJ teel Hartman : phone '255.BUUDOGsEo.1ia1a.. 1629-6 rooms. I adults both .. _. Top Garas .M I Mpttoaaay att. I-(tar* .
.MMt Cn 630 W jckarchaa. 6118.POWDt wtth cushion top. Excellent and ifEl'iON. h- Phone 555$. > ent. 3-car tarate. wtt* 3- .d.1,
*. aA$5AII$4 condition. 817 w. Colonial. : one male i information I I I II 1'0'1 f room apartment abort Paved trotf, 3 Uto aata aoeM ta*** >HM emps
VatTtv-Cvntlsvntnl entlne* one female 3 years old; retietered 4432.I APARTMENT or 4 rooms elow- tot busIness section. aa perch areatf*** mesa she sips
ttot S* ., L.a.iirn (3930 C.
la* airsraKurtl Sad aXastftnl inotaBattaa Wnci Bwintint type A.KC Fine breeding. Htrdln. 1001 I I PARK AV. E. nished. Family *t 3. Pb 4633; sItes I I P. 1111.... Realtor 140 N. Orant 'Ii tarat pith rvnnfa.

; ; Ftortda Ptp avaolyCn I with .. (1J3. Knox Stores Kentrcky Ave. Winter Put neat 3-L 2 131-D11\\ p... S I i Z-3lI2. uona. tars lasSmaed .re

; eWnaMTna 61O W. Ctarva Bt. P*. *ll*. I Cn.. 36 R. PtP. Pb.,_a-3H3. Ben Part.__ |II&r.. b. GARAGE'APT.. small tfStor by apa.tta.a4 oait .
or house ,
CA8SELBERRY
: !*. HAKOinbt; : WATER $ iS te stock COCKER SPANICtS-For sale. A-K.C bs fL cupboard 'D ellPj Huh Section. 2 adult Box 31 'I S ed house. Concrete aea,Mock,(IvaII. ,. frw waa Bwt L Ptra 5.s MW
hlriPn'I for fam or home Farm '! registered. 1410 A.oDd.le.KiRsPAil Living and S-Star 66 5. Orn. -4aa
wasasaa *
Home ,
S 2 .
-S I
Itr. room |I bedroom-
.. Wf tant* and =: 0 I I Machinery C... 430 W Robinson ... PUPPIES.-r Extra kitchen butler's pantry, breakfast HOUS& bedroom S Jton Hibbard Casselberry.Near Phone lake. (JOO.. Be. With. C**t>a .*'-.t>al Oil

I Orwntal ra*: Ravtlland dU... I WASHING \1 1 room. screened porches S famished i i Wiau rrro.
MACH1Ntiiieiuiis.: fine black and buff Merdwood Have chad 2H year old. (30. Park. 73. Brokers invited.COUEGfj.1s.
..P I .. c SaL sad otaor n .nbl6 artlctoa. Mr i I hke a... Maytat and Kennels. Sanford. Fla 2 miles W. of first 'r.b.bf tarate. Outside Bmit. Telephone '". 'I'! aJfnrir:J M,aniirt ia1p*%

P _a_Carlas Wlna>m>er*._ Guaranteed.for 1 year. c. euz t Sanford on Fla. 1'.. 46 watch for rdtowjUtn. (rill. Contact CooUnc. or teas.S ** sad isp
.: a.4AI PAUTT arwtnnn.'iCdM M omo cent Marri Repair Service. 2213 Edgea1stD I poe Woter from 9 to 19 HOUSE-Prefer 3 bedrooms unfurnisbed 'S 3-bedroom buntalov on bus ttne. iS... a or
More
I 1 P.M. or partially so. Permanent thrifty to buy *t (9OM wua I 42300 mast W* 146tr4o .
.
SISa
AIM tne _*. ...,. 6463 *al- !_
s as t ; : I DOG FOOD. Kibbles and Z-rek dotremedies couple. 6 months baby. ..b. tow down paymrau but for rent July I .
I OWWM"aSJ .,
.' a. a anamna Lamb C*. .. Ortat wsC.w.CicAIIt.-Perfect UoIi. and supplies. Orlando ; SHARE NEW BUNGALOW-Conveni- I II II Please "can 2-6692. 1 I 1st. U not sold. -Tho Buyer trober;" I ___ __

sad .SIla.S4S_ _ 1 ._. Church. Phone 4900. 3C-cel I Store. Dial 2-3524. I ent location en busline. Couple or S Htint Realtor. 62 s L Central
L5f HOUSE
iit Three
't 1038 or four bedrooms furnished I:
fm1a t 2 ( iris with ; I III .
a. COOKERS v 6 sad 16awrt COME TO THE STORE :- Chains col i' c..D pl. S fArtadell 4237. T TTtW
PET
next
L& -. to Putt I Delaney. II i ii or unfurnished. Southeast I I '
MM PvtMur* conker includ-i Office. Maitland. for most lars. leads cat collars harness. [ COLLEGE PARK faniaW'
section
vryUUM M21. -Nicely
1515 R II tlto bavn*, M( 64AwtMtatl
5 vn* 'Mnr-O-MMtc" sad -PrMtn. new *nd ased. China clocks. Feeding dishes. combs and brashes.Brownies i I I BEAUTIFUL. NEW 2 bedroom Lake ro.u .1 attractive 3-bedroom ..... Eo--'lii
I 1 1 At1 55 I Pa.sses
lie.
HOUSE .
'
K_ Otovv Ca. ilL Pin*. Phone nncna.. lUverwtr jewelry carte Kennel Shop 941 Magnolia Front home to financially respon- -3 furnIshed 1 Cached tarate. Modem *
ail
'S tas kttch- Seek
unfurnished. bench and Irneaipd
30163 Prefer year' lease. 154
aatiqae electrical I sible adults for year round rentaL ,
and auto tup- Ave___ Rental up to .. George en. til* bath automatic hot water Ink 555 r ety O'aw S. 55
tt..z WAnT" 'pile, | Located la exclusive Winter Park sec
: OMd ._- baby carriages musical 10- ft. and beat
for .. .. Fine. Recently r and ,
5JSt POINTER PUPPIES Box 17 retnm 505* St
Blake
*** 1 I =
tion. Telephone
Partially furnished. .
$tr.nt.. :
4. p42 Ua.atas Prre avea war*. AIM .w. i Excellent stock. 8 to 1 week old. S 479-M Winter orated. (3500 cash, like Furaih4 a35.r.t ., 0 '
tw HMM In ptotn war KM* Bton HAl vEY SLIDINO CLOSET door I Call 5215.TROPICAL. I Park. HOUSE OR APTa bedrooms, furnished Can owner for appointment. 633 514.51.55. .. I .55* in5S -
.S 5P5, euua.- c. I* B Pia Fteno I.uu ..e... I' ____ or partially. Father and 3 1 Nses 1.
-_ Complete. Make your FISHES-Largest selection | 47. Rooms for Rent j tI girls in high school and collet Per CITY LIMITS Furnished tram. ISIS.ciiFrie.5.1.
ft etoaet '
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AkO.OtctiM te al I torter. Southeast
.II ptan* or Steel Sale In Orlando area. Aquarium. manent. Phone 2-20th. I house. S room and bath attarta
.* BM N u Caaaat Winter C... ...1.1, 100 W. Amelia Are. S pump foods books remedies and I garagE ale yard. (37*o. only *U7Scsh. :

n i7 Pars ... _ ... 2-1442. Rlda. AMERICA ST. 121-Lak* Lucerne. HOUSE WANTED-Unfurnished n:1 I Ring Real Estate. 30 E. -
a. an supplies. Harry Coster 138 Choice cooL attractive guest rooms j DueL dream nMaa PM f *ptnM>*< t
bedroom. Settled
.. a..tt P1A.PuU .... must FOR SALE-Remanufactured ref rI- wood A... off Lawrence A... Wlnter I (7 30 and (10. J' pie. children permanent ; (435. Open Sandsv"_ toe .wa*>a, SOP fttMea moo
no or P.15. Good refe'ences
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llllil5i. 551. iwaw Mesas $1.,.. ChartS DraIns condenstnt units lit to 2 I Park.TROPICAL. -. COLLEGE PARK. 2317 DrPa.w- IS (4 trftB WttHrft MeMnlft fMgfcIU _.
Box
Write 3(3 S-Star.. *
haissa15i4: H AMELIA AYE. 2ft E. Nice lam eom- ,
o. Main Arrow _ P. wtr and air cooled. C. Martin. FISH Aquariums and I II 1 than year old cement block. 3 bedroom e.r*. 64 M CaaM Ha
IS Freeman II'.. fortable room, twin beds. Summer I IItt. HOUSE OR APT.-2 bedrooms furnished
ro--MQ..n.- Buftato 1$. MY. I .
'tt Dew I II 12x18 screened FnOaf-
: sad aaed variety of plants. Tonic food aad Near cafes.BROADWAY. unfurnished, porch: Vene LAKE 5p atwa*}
or
Good loca
.3 tr- Iawss$ PflrtL IL 544 Ii RNYforRecratlonCior other. C. Bm. 1226 Nebraska Ave. tian Minds: Meet window, glass to lest t* ta* nnMt want *<*
.. .. 555 11. W C'tII..I,. .r Penny Arcade one Batter- WIRE HAIRED_TERRIER months I 623-fbncle room for i iI tion.family.(15 Will month sign limit. 2 children in i bw Princeton school and noovtam. S5554I50$5505555pteds 1

$ ,,$ t1.., Mtn-* aeet ana Up ft ap.Machine cn.be complete seen *t with Rile,net*Park not '' old. Very showy male ARC retlstered. $olningbath.working girL hot PrisMs water.entrance Ph. 1-0028.ad- house or fix cootracr any to...refinish .-. I len Furnished term or unfurnished. Conven tranw,. a isooseej.im.
ea Easy pnytMnu. anthte down Cott. See 2312 Oberlln St.' I Excellent reference Call :iW. a. an**,J-. at
: .no a* nttto .. (3 per _. BeK, 16 at ML Don. Any reason- WILL' CLOSE IM-Extra lana cool room Terrell. 24232. COLONIALTOWH -STtOs' I tend Mob
*Set *.ft Drlltta* Pnmp Supply able after. eeepubl Machine told PAY highest market price for : 2 beds. 5 window semt-prrvate I Ij I;I room home furnished. Corner tot 1 Lr* cad .

W' : -MMT Owon **. t mil enstof twa far .. mature live Grey Fox also a few j bath: reasonable. Phone 628$. alterS j YOUNG COUPLE desire furnished I I 3-car tarat. price reduced BMiCOLONOALTDWM I lake .a* .. s.s
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!. : .'b Olio Vfcaa. Oriaaeo pa 7067. SUPER VALUES *t Firestone-I3e t young one*. Baithasser Vet Clinic. I I pm. weekday 1, house or apartment. Year raud.j I soton. trek.,. 131 S. 5054 A M
Port
Laoderdale. Fla. No children
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AA.5iL.1I5 .uu Iris bill for home; I". (4J5. j! CLOSE U -room with meals. Semi ( per _ODt or. peta.Call Will-.pay Between up teiSO =pie eta $5 .

Kntpp-Mooarth mixer (2993. Lady I private bath. JOe Hlllcrest Ave. .. U CTJO -."i. PLLir55
41. j 3a.d5p.
and
Doter Poultry
*ta.. La.o .. ..Special at (3.38..RoU- Supplies S CONCORD AYENVI'WEaIt-ROOm S i j t f ML Verses Ave_Very aenafali kMt 33 0. ktoka Pleas 5, $
.. a S or .htea. U.es .ad ".1. Pires. | i WANTED: Nicely famished-1 or 3 i 3-bedroom _concrete oak floor is ( > :
$50 aava*
.:*:, 5. RADIO O5aaSa .41 Cesicord. BABY CHICKS TuiMo Feed Store with private bath. i bedroom house conveniently lecetled. I iiiriiial.1ffirTtf: Poi' &lit
= U. 8. approved Pullortnm tested f COLONIAL:: [ COLLEGE PASS Prtwu baatato* ,
FOR HOUSE PLANS DR. 802 t.-Bedroom { Must be neat ant clean. Centaluv bun -
1fI'H.W"i .. kvo IAUra4IeI leatiou >nd ." to ouildia* fVIJ- 906 W. Church phone 2-2821 or I and very small kitchenette suitable J.! to (100 Sxpectlnt child In July. 1 1 t I.la exeeBeat condition o aStemeba has atM
baild- 5 J.f breakfast' I
hi
nu 7336. nook. 3 .
a. Pleas furnish
for light nontekeepin full Information
tg and
$544 L P4Spa.h. .. Each cunan. \ NO"ie1u co.e U MIlls "d 155brask. f 73-ft. tot. Owner saps =Uk* = 555. $ssds54
address. No Summer
wt S ds, PncM .. Sand BABY CHICKS. U. S. Pullonua tested CHURCH ST, 430 E. Private entrance I rental please. I with .11I.11 gash CeNiit. Cult 64MO. torb aBTMM c
all r.I
Box 3. SentinelStar.SUBIIRBAN5 I us
ft-h I $*$51M&S p. IT'S BOT" stock. Immediate or future de near bath reasonable rates I detail tin .
5a.a$5 Kai >raa nnancta livery. Feed and poultry supplies. |I Georgia ta Bchffier. BeeJtar, Miaa 15
I 1 a vice to permanent (nest or country house or" 7155.P 015S
t'= . ** at : tt 55*. 1O *. Oraat A.. Sod Nebraska.yea wamCall at "'". Orlando T-Cel Store. Dial 2.3524. CLOSE IN-Larte coot room. nnninc Summer cottage. Furnished Bymonth. 1 t DUBSDREAD loan B oiolfHKAff

AM.I LATINO HENS and puDeta.'27 Inan. I Give rental location 8ECTIOB. 15LaosSew. 'QUI iftcriibsnrssai
;i4-b4IA water. Summer rates. Phone 8202. .ote. S IS
qi.i: 1t3; S Price Box 34 8-Star. 3-kfitrmni.v uanaHtO
30. Pleas Mr
phone
. .. j. _Articles WantedAXMjFurnltnr Flnney. 7903X. CLOSE IN Front plenty ai alai t floor nice section pretty kJ*. I S I. rrM.w*>**to* | .
a I5L St I xdows innenprtnes. (8. (7 and M >'APARTMENT-BOUSE-By middle then: (6300. (2000 .... X owner.DUBBDREAD 54 latas .
R. REDS 1000 chicks week I aged bostnea couple. Furnished Sc 1 todMa. seal 4MB .
S ot an kinds aewlnr one week Summer rates. zs W. UTto-Ston. l
.a. ue I anythIng yea hays to I old: (16 per hundred. Lake O The I unfurnished. By July lit. Ph. SICnOM- -..?.-., .*. eavl Ovaw ne. .

54.. IsSt \AkOE o a. 4 55,.,. AIM diniat f1. B.. Furniture c Wood Chick Co. *. mil* north ot '. living .rwoa. kitchea and bata. i iPurnisbed. H.. HareM w raartii .
CLOSE IS CooL bath. Near II j 63930.
*. M4* .- ... .55* furpunr*. Telrphon* 463.OOP 73 W. Pin St. Dial 4070 Maitland. Highway 17-92. GrW*. Reasonable- PribaU(44 Magnolia. ', 5L Houses for Sale 2.1..1 balance 630 per _term.. liMe Mr. Kaw enah i i i I. e..tnl i Sip'Ioituit.ie

1 '. .. COATWO-Oiv ynr rear a s watchea, Jewelry old TURKEYS-Yount tender weichU I With Herman Oondwtn la*.. Brr| i e.r9. 4
S : ..at .w IMM na U* (2-50 per 4 sat.SOOZt1$5SLIStd1 !: Bhgbsa cash Prte kL M. : 10 to 20 Ib*. Poult and ettt C. D* Near ADAIR LAKE 8BCTION-616 Laatston 677 N. Ora...: 9633 'i tram* 0 tafao <* *.
taaAtqaAe aa. B.taL_* weler. 33 W. Church. I: D Wilder Jr Turkey Parma: 5913.I i CLOSE Desirable room. Court new modem eontalov. I .tt.. tataaa IVrm -
iit ;%bC 1 Grill and shopping Apply today corner tot. Conveniently losses to DUPLEX OOM ta. reaa.li tot. aaovqv *, (*. IZ
H butt aS1 i ELECTRIC FANS-.On* Beara I TU3.KITS-50c fa. Batchlnf. .t 39 East Amelia. school. DM and _. (7300. 100* i batttt Lart tot. Look tat* eta Brea> 0 5..,. tao .
.. ci CMT* trst ntf. red Roebuck honor "i 20e. Poults sOc. FalrrtUa and mk offer. Herman t
as built.
a.Iii.r. nom CONCORD- Oaawwia
: I Attractive o I. Loan 3-3623. _
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.. ktond. tlM ran ronflat aD cat I cooler I.. Or similar. Cash. Phone Farm: dial 5121.I hone 1647 KeasoBatle 1 tee 677 R. Oranee 9633 or ipsoDUBSDRZAD.ORWIN 1 *Tafirf s..... WIIII
eIa.S ar* aad 13 ax taIL btrCnmtck Roofto .I I 3-4591. I I 1 rooms atmosphere. AVALON BLVr.-tBwet corner I anto M 41ft .
'OW. C* 91t S. Divtaton St Ph. I rate*. Ph. 3901. Oseoola. Rev 6-room. modem MAQ '1 Sad 4ristp
2-3S33. 45. Rent
u"i. aoC niIo-A S FURNITURE WANTED Good and Apartments for CASSELBERRY Azalea Lodlw. masonry construction. Opea for ta- IRA house ready tor segepsage.cIvilIan. '.5. hashes .

; IOIXO-w* nf* j bad. Aay qiaatlty. Cochraa'i Faraltare. I t American Plan Hotel ridinc borsetvflshtn ) S or vctcraa U40O hsyo.1 ... a* twt but t** .
i .J aa. $ .. ea 3-0931 8-2387. AERBASE 'Furnished: couple arts hedraotas tntctoa Snag i
a. __ ,8rkU or adults only no pets. Owner *. hunting la season. Winter :!I I. ImeT4. mat ana .
dIning alcove.
xmad
poreh.
M.d.(54s1j FURNITURE-Use Itt part Bland I
Laundry.
td Md I
bnff. .... still casement window
w"'a. I Sawing 35 year V baa feV JLity |M4Mef f dajTMO _
machine Call before yen '
P.arl sra. t. tart Wnoteaato B. f- *. DELANEY STV 307 Close ia. Must ALTAUO5TZ IPR mortgage. Telephone :
'. aM sell. W* pay "top" price eeweli- BUMBY a. 3400 8-4 room garage Winter Park *34 ( Cd r- asoep .W5sq45
thais .. c. 3056 Phoenix Av I see .. Twin beds taaerJ Sr sat U 1690 Bamvn
apt. Partly
art screen porch. eOleO AM. U.ire 115 P5. -
mormonS ii.tS
Furattar C73 W. Fin $
._( ltoW._ ckMavUto.. Fla.BAOtOPMOMOORAPH % furnished. (33 month. J I sprint Ko ether roomer. Reasonawe. --t k. irantate IM4reoUan "
P4S !, St. Dial 4070.PVEJS7TUEZ I' tarnished: 3 acres (1(000. EAST-. campact liei !I

(ManlaaUonl I COLONIAL a--102 E.-Bedroom | KOLA DRH. with break- Lake VIea--bedZOl. buniatovr! tile lake; most flIp ,S POTWifl mooS .

UiO WJlr ..f"M l*ANnatao..., s eniat*. Excellent. rendition. WAKTED-II If tar-! with 4 windows adjoin bath. j I fast U desired.Room Business till pn porches A-I condttiont. furnished. Uies._Mak* otter 362$ K. n.rs !! 3 bs8..554-

a4 .-. n I ue..ra.E. *: Equipped with 3-bumer electric plat I. I| (9 000. t1 15.. .

w. t..aoa-wa C1Mf. 67*. Uk new" altar aa 72 bar It. Mather at. Orlando. for liabt housekeeping. C-- Springs Office. DELANEY sacT1OI8-IlIa& aft Dn. I .o W -

tf.-- S oP.inNQ&.OeM; _.. Rt 36 E. Church BL Phone bathe adult .'. 833 per _aUL I next Pb.to bath. Very reasonable.I Winter Park 683S4.HwckeMKeU aeUhboraood of a.*rty aa .. waatatow w, Wsobie. .
AdulU 2-3S08.
5. st4 1551 55511 asS IaaUe 5ro, Ie 2-3101..1 Can 3-O889. I S ReaK n. JI.$ So Rob- *. Tal to a saw bnatatow bndlot

$51 (b.4StML 5.5.*. sass. Stsm Ce. 2SiFrii"i I FURNITURE_Mather of Orlando COLONIALTOWN Hlllcrest. entIre '(. Gore Ave. 1 East. Attractive room town dial -, I man concrete Meek. Tk* fls.ea'ii ..i .
I
j-- p3.3153.. has complete stock .1 aaed piece 2nd floor with privet* bath. Convenient location Summer rate ar* oak. Two bedrtewt Screened .
f1s .
Z> nH M4 5*.. 441 _. I'r1w win be ,back la market 500*. 58 E.Ctiqreh. Lam brickS kttchen. practically year t Kitchen privlleteg. Pn CaN $5510 a... a ionths rnon first floor.Bus. trill theatre. AV. 130 K. 3 twin BROWN ST.-Very attractiv Jew., VtLecttton Sad sea,>. .. J.oru ..
C'aa is sssu444 $551 .wu1& bedrooms with adjotnint bath. tat*: t bedrwos. Comptatelr tar Ivy. of caatraettmt make taw .ae .'i itioaal i
1i reM .. MEAT 6UCER and meat chopper- CLOSE C*- -_ furnished apart t (8000 : .-
sfcHau.KMitr
nished. :
I-JMO. 3M ata. HAMLDt AYtV. Room la private Laundry hoae. new washing
1414
Writ Florid ment. 433 Ruth Street. Ltv-
C. 1. hn. Sanford Off E.
.Vaw I p.s.. itanw. at sa I. .. .. trtrtoa Ave house for eoopie. Kitchen acUae. garden tool; 4 JIka- lotevbeautlf Bealteia. IS W. Wasainttoa Bt.DOBSDRIAD .

J 15* $44sL ft.-Btrvel OFFICE privileges U desired. Double or sinle ullr a.cJacuacL 40 bearIng or-

tat i utt> > .* > m tvpAn f O**. 0. -.au. ( Zui MACHINES and furniture. beds. ant tree*. (5000. 1tJUaa- .H w-, Owtookiaojtvum. .aIC 5ps5t sep.
M Or. Get oar price Check wtth Courts OWlET AVt 413-Unfaraished- ard.306 IT. Main 7325. Beautiful 3-5.41. .
a aaaw sad pnon.
at ik W tW.a
S Park Stuart. 13 8 Mala Bt. HTER 8T. 514 K; :Nice doubl TOGa .
I c '.J pboe$15Lico new alr-eoaditioAed house. Summer S MTU HAWK AVE.-*t dm 3-fetd. Lees of architectural ta a4eeJMtmettoa. .45. S aae 5arI&
t.a.w.ylJfTlUTU OLD QOU> We CORNELL AVE183S 1/3 block tBxaalaltsiy liunlihad.tenediaUly .
pay S I4r
.Ts- WaJaoa*.aM.*. with ... lr diamonds. -'C UUwatchea.. from Winter Park but. 1 bedrooouBvini I I at.room. oTIerlot bungalow specious It Individual oe*> valtnbl U toes this 1revhicement 1 tt 1o.Sa.: .

a. aat* taa .raU $5154554 BalMC.7 crn. U.M "r. Jewelry teetk. Dvrwr room. kitchenette dee and MAW ST. 318 N.-Lartt front S cJoaet tone ovenized r--.oll lot. mj> coot *f hems *r tnm
tec aiud4
3,5LS Ihnm los W. By tmsn 4t Bon. 139 N. Orante.OFFICK cool. On child allowed. I I room on first .floor Private bath privIleges and tur*. Cavesasik.Dt1xT IU rt. 4300 t.
:-1' 1.-- -- ..* 15. ***** 3-1442 I InnrrsDrines the best hi netehbar : wa .. .s-s
#a1A& .. _ttM Caus- J. EQUIPMENT-Typewriter*, CLOSE IN-Garste apt. aieely furnished c.nstrucijo as. eoavenlenct. :Clo** IlL tart rnnaia I ses is s .
; .: : toed **n V adotoi machines calculator Of- ; clean: a..naer.hlltaJ only. I MAIN ST. 207 N.-Opposite port *f1 (11JOO. term available. AEem JohnawiuRfaJtw nicety arraatH See *o>m Pu. tftwt.-

.ir" 11M. 53$. 151 Ttmea Blvd. after flea Bquipment Exchnte. SmiUi-Ca- Adult*, no pet*. Call at 473 5. or- flr. Comfortable: double or Jwiokeda. 140 M"draate: $412.S wttb Heart Botch .=.. 13 I I Pte1* .r. In

.. 4 p ,.*. Attnu. 330 B. -Main 6650. ant. Bummer rate*. S 'SpectaJUlna h).Hoeae*." tain, ,2-1090. Iaanqse




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I If ... ...,11 tit. i>Bt.. hOPerl, far -I 74. 75. Used Cart for Sale

IL: ... .. -_ Sale i_60. Burincai_ _Opportnnitlea_ | Mister Breger 1 AutM-Trailers Wanted '

--s *ygSwSs .... SblS. .. _. ._ __. f
... C1XCTRIC PLATING SHOP-Fully AUTOMOBILES WANTED-WiH buy LOAMS LIM3S $**iNS
;'; :
au. equipped. Incluaes fall supply oftlt..k. your car or sell your car. Auto's FORD-1936. 1430. Ph. 1-41.
H E.LMu. u..1 ... Kickle sliver and copper. at auction every nlna,. Holly

.. ... S 2 h p. motor buffing and grinding Robcon's Motor Aut&1 2120 a FORD 1941 4-door sedan. ...wp.lnt !
IV 11.11-U
)05W
I., 1 Oo d lathe Tanks wheels etc. Apply Orange Blossom TrI very clean Inside saM eao

"t,. .55L55: $-IOO Prte. ant Thomas .lob MOlle P.O. Box $. Wla- i:.'.1 I FRANK R".11 knows how toe condition rood U Price
test. **r Haven. Fla. for Bee at 1320 I II
I your ear 8950.
.:" Ie '.n "_b 'II.aI. U I.t I.Ua O. I. lAudDlTngWg. JIIIr
UI FLOOR: SURFACING BUSINESS or Why panel ddiverTt
L Q.M.C.-1HI.
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.lnat.
I t dasa : Start your ova with this complete .4 (tve 'em away? Give eh.n" condition. See Peeler. at H '

n -8rna -;it.tI s/t of modern esutpment. Qsrke 8- I1 201 N. Orante Blossom Trai 71u f Chevrolet. 113 M.. Ave.. a.. I I THE 'AMt tit I Ire j j.1I&.t IEV

in. aander. Clarke I in. edter. 1 lanepolisher J4'1 GET'TOP CASH PRICE for your ear before noon._ _

.. ffl"-.:= .::=: March 15th.all Have machines a good bought supply new of -1 regardless Exchange.of make 219 W.or model. Used LINCOLN ZKPHYR Coupe; rood *- 055 e.4 _
Mra. A4 *
Ca '
; i .Iot. Park; P.. I peed trits. If Interested contact j Phone 22882.OLINS Wu.j &. rad' b..r. Win ". T

__._. ... .It lull Coward room 211. Fort Gatlin
au Un.WAY- Hotel between 4 and S P ID. ViC_IJ ll & LASALLE-1937. 4-door .. T I!
"LTL lose .
YONTAOj4. money- 1
.. ... .Iftc. a FILLING STATION Good location: sell or trade. Two OJ.ou"a.N. 'I Motors.is hard 371 to beat N. Or.at 154.Phono J4084. i I ore LOAN 'Ca' UWW Ie
gg =jg. F\a. A. must tel account awkncsa. 100 Garlandand 242 N. .
South Garland Street.OAS or 2.4814.SPOT _
-- .. Tt I.*4 Rtsjaapsm US
.u..1 LINCOLN ZEPHYR ,Sedan: extra _a
aU of'' CASH PAID for your used car. _
STATION On main highway good condition1011 W. CotoeuoiDrive.
I., G5.L.ANt U. 8. No. 17-92. Orlando and Miller See .. C. M.K.la."Your Packard 7822. I
sa oaowt1fO ..l' Ate.. Winter Park. De.le. 342 Ave. Pow P Ii
1937 .
a4 a .. -art = _II .. thIs ''e I GROCERY STORE and meat market. I 14. LINCOLN rubber.-A .".... 0, I :i .

rr4 *45. fVSmI.SI. Sskkly.. !, e..f the cost price with rood DONT LOSE MOKZY! We wffl nay I 1 Russell St., 1 ,f."OTRClar i i .-
$5 terms win buy complete I fun value for your cr. Donthesitate Conway and OItf I
I.. '.5 r.r Sm.tss r.. a grocery rier __ iI
: rn"b& see ns now. Olm's Cars I
and stat retail store well located
,.. :5S.tatSI.: a51sa%3s ,'.' and under rood lease with 4'. years 242 N. Orange Ave. Phone 2-4114. 146.4V. I I III .

.a 100 fnu to ran. 14 foot meat display raInS .. I PAY over lilt on '47 models .aodolebats.
1f. Cd ltatJIrra V1 Bill Beck s. S ml S .,
walk In freexer electric Ford Chevrolet $373.Plymouth .f a I
: w4i. $*. .rrn, for .riad:.. and welshing ntuu"j 137 1. '4&'. $100 Ins & .Mlnorville Rd. Winter *.

able p.seUcsUy merchandise new. Good on hand.stock ..or I t 8404R.Martins Used Cars. 101 N. Mam' MERCURY-1839. t."r"l: ; gleao.mechanically 1948. 1 ASS1A7UeI.lM'b. '!

Reese with OHsrra Moore. I. :
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Chevrolet. goo*
.nr Fine .
? CSatIy HIOHWAY-Oo 2-2380. '
w 2-door
8893 1941 Ford. new
4
I p -Sm .- *r.., lot. 130x280 ft. 8. EVANS PAYS Silos: 1842 Chevrolet elvb : I
*IM4l I 514ss. I4ocf GROCERY: STORK Speenlstor*. Investors MOa good condition. 'UI.J. 1. C "a.a I I I II .
.dt.. I
,. Ir..r 4>5HA8 and shoppers attention Drop into any of our 9 5V N. OD" ;
'lah., 1.1144. We have a downtown Orlando grocery locations fur appraisal or ::I Harley Davlf I Wr oM W4 ron ]
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for sale. Stock and fixtures 52111_ t 10TRCII3 Ureusbovt. ..

;.I.i.. oOtbts IT- I. will which Inventory Is total over price.price Anyone of 85.500, will :- 1278.e. Phone 2204aftn S pm. 1 a MW H.tlLJBEXAL I .. .- .

do wen to Investigate. at once. C, Ala MOTORCYCLX Barley Davldsoe) iI
GET CASH IN 3 MINUTES Any
as we feel overheat. Good
It is
.rt _. "redhot. Must be 110 1 "Mt I

*-IM 11I" .I". ffrta...s .a RW tIsh.s n-n; sold alone at should once. Loot be lease on building 1y17.Lea .. .WwfJ.emsd&.11 / Motors.make or HI model.M. Orange Starling-Alexander Ave. Phone 41 Pll.t. Ave. a.f.r'. ra._ I L11&NSSIASSOCMTW | 1

5- 5a'n" .a.dirt b.road.. Pnrqg Can : want to tell out worth'this stock *nd fixtures If you "Here's the adhesive tape you want for the wire, dear-I 7ST8. MERCURY original black-1942 n.1 2-e. 46 Harley motor. I! I II I .lIwFq !

$lew far ssat .... T.r.ii and start some other business. Better D. VARNER ISC wants to O roar i Wadswerth. 811 197 I
A.
5.5. C. 001ItJI itlOrrr, Just and I it'll need iodine and will topSTirs o..
..? If Orlando A., I to be sure the owners suppose some too auto or &ck pay MERCURY-1941 ExeeBvilcondMton. .
.. will you take a physical D. Tanner Inc. a.a. -11'I.
Msai4 'IIIa". Jet inven-
a': Ullel'r..'. Wlnur tmtltel7. '
_. w I 0 .....,. tot, ? their total *selling prlc*. Th"wefilt.t.ly Btlldebke ealr and Service. Z34 121... .. .1I .1I
.. Issis a -no Iud .d-" Phone I Phone 2-3133. worth. 813 J. 1.OTRCC :; 1U K. Oranta A a. ft. ***
ss.14111.r.q with J. Daniel 63. Mortrare Loans 66. Sales Help Wanted I 1948 Indian' Chief.
Ko1"-
I :Stan'Toti; ; ON-THE-SPOT CASH PAID for toed ) !
,lJ1 I for car Florida All
: IiIR1II LOAN WANTED on corner store and I SALESMAN-One familiar with air clean used era Jim Cmbl Ca Activities. Municipal Airport.
;:; Estate EEchanred PRODUCE--COfOn-1 home. Income property. Tel ca.35R2. conditioning and commercial refrigeration. -' 904 NOr ?
GROCERY AND 2.4521. NASH-1940 sedaii Excellent L=
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A real for
at.=.N1.s (eras 1iAV1V'VL Lu PItOn I.COIII., II IIa. Reatonab'e able living quarters. Good location. the right man. WUlard opportunity It Kaiser. I BADLY IN NEED of 1944 and 1947 1 I r.t.I HarleyWsdswerth. I -k !I' 1I'lLgil.
8397
is acre eI 1... 318. became of fin 1229 ; tHALongterm low-rate. Govern 709 N. Mills St.SALESMANFor. automobiles and older en. HarleyWadswortt. I 613 Onn.:
34 ft orts 0.5.5 tIll take boot valued up U W.ChUTCh. :_: I ment-insured montage loans for I' 813 N. Orange Ave.' OLDS-1931 ... MSO. Hsrlef
t, Is r 555-SM 001 exchange. Whit 5ro building buying or refinancing. CaU phone $597.F W.dl.o. 613 IT. Oranee; 8tT
Orlando and nearby JIIIAIr 'I
a.., ,, i.i. tvs* M4 K. Mills: 1-1888. GROCERY ANDt MEAT MARKET I' or see Joe O. Myers Realtor. 29 W. territory. Position open by largest I PLYMOUTH-194} special 'elu. .! IMMEDIATEDCUVWY I'
1_ w a .s. 1,. 1.1.011I Owner has other Interests and Washington St. Phone 1881. company In our business. Man selected -j I 75. Used Can for Sale door-sedan. Rdl .
I
11.1. must sell this week below
tVath Property replace Standard
will be thoroughly p.lD& dU. .
ment. Nearly new equipment costing I AUSTIN STATION WAGON-Good 373 N. "
Must stand rigid "
lOUT I. rant Coast m class 84.900. Clean salable stock Inven HOME LOANS W* want to help you character. Car necessary; .tr.lDed'l .running condition: rood tires. PONTIAC 1938 .6' P"sedaNeV- I -

i (.04 fa* *l.Ii'lqt l. .IIset trowing .5. Is this tories at about 83.000. Centrally located !I buy a home or build a new one 45 ,. of age. Small salary to start. Make offer. 100 Lakemoat Ave.. Win- motor. excellent- condition 1888 -
N5i ,. on rood business thoroughI I We wflj service.
4 rive you prompt
Ug p/ofltable business Of-I Possible earnings In excess of 86000 ter Park. .
Harley 611 X. Orenoe
.. fare $3.000 cash and mortgage c.f' face hours 9 to 2 during week; I w..w
14 W4* ** ft. .
rout i : I.
sqO 4sr5 f ; ; per year. For personal Interview reply 1942 OKRANOES
ta&ust. us .s tntSrlockln' 82.300 takes It. Here a real estab 12 Salurdaje. Pint Federal Savings In detaiL Our men know of.clrtrtlaemeDt. this BL'I Rom..ur 1.a. 1\17.__ .
11= IIIe s54 basIl : lorry 2nd lIon. I lobed opportunity. can Ray Lennoa and Loan Association of Orlando. M Box 21 8-etar. I V. &clean N. a16. :H.rl.. PONTIAC-1944 c..nll elab I
Ie lane with Joe G. Myers. Realtor. Dial 1 E. Pine St.. Orlando. Fla. .orh. 1 coupe. Gill. n.t.
r4, kl-t.s .* :: :: =Nr sand. i 6638. BUICK 1941 Super club coupe. Equipped with and heater .5 ELECTRIC sad SAl

,s._ ,. s. I.. 5.51 3 sad stools: SALES IIZPKESZN'TATIVZ-OPenIIsI Radio heater. Beautiful 2-tone terms. R. .. Ivans W. CentraL S .
tBaea and 3 toilets. On the I LOANS en an types of property long 1 1 t 't .eI.
mp ,,. : la alao {ran* .- HOME AND TNCOME: -8-unlt aparUment. or short terms low rate: Immediate for A-I experienced salesman capable ; original green finish. Will have to see I,I Phone 4321._ .
fnmiahed. I service. Harlow O. 111K. of earning 112.000 year or this car to appreciate. 116. Barley Convertible i
Ample parking frame. Close In overlooking Fredrick PLYMOUTH-1947
-. at preeeot Is fully equipped I lake. One apt. now available. Cad j Orange Ave. Phone 1188. more National in protected Southern territory Must be I Wadsworth. 613. N. Ora, I I': Coupe equipped with radio = / ELECTRIC HOT WAfWHEATTRS '
Corporation.
w. .. with
tMUorent The property can lIP Lola Royal. 2-0672 for details.PROOtYCE BUICK-1937. 1a' Excellent condition. -I liiht and whttewalM. BeaeHfolCharlotte
t boMtM oe o whl* or caa be dlvid- I energetic enthusiastic and own late I'i All nt.fine family car I'I'I I Ivory flrlsh. Very low raOe- I.'iwI
unless
V .'iae.I.s.o.st.r ad "< eo.d tit) hut the restaurant JlA1UtET-Pb. 9926 2- REAL ESTATE LOANS LOT coat can model Qualify.car. Do Write not for apply appointment you I Upholstering 139 X. Pine ph. ;', ale. WU sell ovtrirht .t..and I ,

r MISaIM really an and eweflent parklnc 'Dot.. This ls I 0420.RZ8TAIflIANtS.cycnp.l. To bu,. build oc refinance home I giving full complete details in first I 61. Prlnt Party; .t I 8 Evans at 101 Cen-''I SINKS ftiml AtWrtfri
with Phone 5294PriRD194l
spot tral.
rf. wonJ and bounces property. The Trust letter. P.O. Box 753. Orlando. BUICK-1M1. Excellent thrlbt _
,ssis1S noestMlltlea as a restaurant. I Department 'of First National Bank I Original 2-1 green. Wor R.d-I Club _po: radio I II .

P.S.5* W s. PS Wffl y,are.en S.liaa Mtrltht s terms or will lacy leas ressonPw for- Ave. location Close in.nice Starting Orange I at Orlanuo. second floor. 67. Employment Agencies I IBROWWS !,; 2710 master N.: 81393. One Owner. M. W.lbl and beater. Beautiful ..illS ore*B* FANS AtL "HI IMMHIj .
finish. Colonial
St a fun her Information call at 35500. Mr. Potter with Herm.n'Good.lD o.nr. r .oa and ATTIC
f'ts'JgFlTJrf CtM ***- A I ****. 'amersoa and Carter.. Inc.. Broker 677 N. Orange; I EMPLOYMENT AODCT-I BUICK-1948. convertible sedan; all! I i Colonial Dr.: 1.35. 0 Sandaya. j
JM 0. ** | JI ayw. BoJioea, 70 t Fine: 9311.M. 985, INTEREST RATES A SLOW AS 4* And Nurses' Registry. extras; excellent conditionL.w SJBAJ'H2 Chantptoa cne- .
h.. Ifae* mi pasdbopb SERVICE STATION-And .ar..,". I on improved properties in Orlando I work come to 313 W. CentraL If you I, .I 'n. Goes to best offer over i I: ..r.rt. a / ROOM HEATH elL M .. :

bssIss Real Estate Wanted I IAC'It Stock and business for sale. Reasonable and Winter Park. Mo brokerage. J want help. call 6326. $2930.BoxlSS-Star. I I Very clean Cs?. 81JSO- Harley ..
% N emae Belles Investment Companr. 23 W. I porth. N. Orange: $357.TUDBAEEB.4$35 UICTMCAMOATW
rent. Town of 3500. Box I' PARKER BUSINESS SERVICE Office BUICK-1941 Super Wo sedan: il
g** t. ",.a* ropam* u. aiomec.. Vuslneaaee and 8-Star. 1 Washington 8t Phone 1313. I sales, professional tradesmen -I A-l. New '48 motorl.Ownfl. 525 S. a Champion J- i I

*V** *%amw,. Mmo otMa b of o**tfem wlaaw erwve* Bayers wattine. Coanney SAW MILL-planer and dry kiln for I 32 E. Pine; 2-1287. Orlandou Winter Park; P 951-W. I I door. Week-end special. 185$. Pier* AftCVAMI

op 18* aw eoojra* "ehv 392 J _pran.: dial 2-2471. sale.or lease located between Or RESPONSIBLE PARTY wishes nortia i BUICK-1938 Special business coupe. I i Icy Wadswerth. 613 N. Create: lilT .
s ooaoba ALO.usniGSiM. lando and Winter Park. Portable sawMill loan. Good security Involved. I 69. Work Wanted-Female I' Radio: rood tires. Looks a ITA no-Plyxowrtk.
ass O.Sm.rn'3 Ptted to .. Prospects ..IUa<. 'r- for sale er lease. Gsbel Construction Box 26 S-8tar. I rood. Private owner. 28 S. da I't Good shape. Reealy ..Ha!. 1'I 1-_l.ul--r
wilts Btrtrkland. .!.; 23 W. Co. 19 Rutland Bid*. Phone COLLEGE GIRL-Experienced typist. I Blvd. Winter Garden.: I n.t
I
C StirS' M7 6383. 12000 LOAN WANTED for two yean. I Journalist. Desires temporary work. I BUICK-1940 Super 4-door: radio. I TRRAPLANE-lS3l5350.; bo -
SODAOUNTAIN.G1tILL..Modrtn.' 'I win offer 100 head of No. 1 beef 523 Royal St.. Klsslmmee. Phone -
oaoTz3.noMziB8Is55rL.i5v !' original black new excellent I I seen 1414 Beaver .
j I Beer and cattle as aecuritr. Bet IS 8-Star. 2631. .. & fh. t. a t "rMA l'
In colored I
section.
property with aseresstve ;
H--i t2. .Da I ICOLYnnrble I
SSm4 Sr.a MraMort Cbnaat Jenntnss. In*. ,i Apply at Grocery. 221 S. 'I DAY WORK WANTED. Lassie Brown. 1239 E. Colonial; II 76. Trallcn-Tnicfci tar S.I .ILT1
s..w .I S11 N Orane* Ave. Phon 7234. Parrsmore St. I, 64. Help Wanted-Female 717 W. Livingston. : : late model: I : m S. n. A's.QUALITY. .I

faf *> flmt WANTED-Northen buyers I I TOURIST COURT doubles. 3 COLORED PRESSER-Woman for MANAGER of restaurant or dinine 12. 323 Sylvan I I CHEVROLET-1937. O *d tlree and 'I I ..- .
.. Inveetoea taonlrtnc dailv for I Iw I gle cottstes. 3 bedroom house .ID-I; piece work. Orlando Linen Service I room serving Italian food. Former Blvd Winter_Park 4395.CUEVROLET1946 rood ahape. 10. Buddies Aato i
sap**. home* and farms. Shout ,, taurant all completely furnished 440 Boone. Bee Mr. Lewis. rwner of Madratal Dining Room. convertible. This I I Pat telephone 3.CVOr LUT T
ftAaf- toTiriiMo.MM : IVoHv US. W _Cotenial._ ;: equipped on five acre tract with fine for Pa. 21701.PRACTICAL. car is clean and a beautiful sport I, 1949 dams I
.1*. |V9i. M J. OtKrVtS. bomea. buainrrs property frontages en U. S. Highway No. I and GIRLS to make, Xo survey stllinr.hospital1xation Apply NURSK Elderly patients ear. Fllley Moor. 1. 200 W. Central. cr.u nee and AtteHaBumby

.. HI ft. Moiai pao* wase-d U ywo want t* eeU can j Price Indian 823.000.River. Term A real OPlIOrtUDlt'.1 I between 10 co.and 12 A. M. Bankers preferred. Please telephone 1131. I Phone 41. I' a\.Ine._ I ,

IP* I hv worer* ..It".. Richard Life Casualty Co., 21 East Central. REGISTERED NURSE would like convertible. New DODGE-1646. H ton pt." L II
balance 8150 month. Wm. O. C6111 .
b im.Th.sM. Raearos. Bvemltor. 672 1$. Orange; dialBOOSES Rencher. Broker.a 28 E. Washington. i!! Orlando. Room 20. work In doctor's office. Good ref I 1946 engine. One I miiease evutvped with 6 ply U I -
54 erences. Call 2-1471. will convince '0 it Is the beet See at R- s. E..101 W. ,. rAil ,
,s TOURIST CAMP-Ten cabins In'| GRADUATE NURSES-For institutional -I Jl Orl.ado SI52S e will considerejeao Phone 525$. __

AJITm-.e line prosp ''I Georgia with 40 acres groundpecan |I rkoq. pay. :70. Work WaDledlaIeBARBER I'I trad 2-266. DIAMOND T TCa 194141I m BtppfX 9 4BJwa '
and filling
Write Box 35 5Star.HOIJSEKZSPSRC.mpanlon
grove grocery
i ,
t* for i. ) and 4-bedroom | sedan. I I Model 612. : WIll" '
Only 830.000. terms. See i 'cMu-193 a.r.& .
SI SINS Wts. Mteo la t e4 toraUona. Call W. B. ,i atatloa.Fred B. Honshton. Broker. 403 iLenox for elderly I available at once. Ho stu 8343. runs like a l. l MtW|.. ls 4m> Mtl8XZ .
,.. wmSm. a Sm,1Nia Wwbotaaa *ReaHe 1.1611 14 X. Ave. Daytona Beach. P1*. I IWELDING lady. Person of middle ate or dent. Contact R. C. Doe) Stout. 1903 E. Jefferston St., telephone I the price a... Ortaows

*. CssWsLSm ... 84. put preferred. For this position that Pine Castle. Fla._ _ j 2-1107. Federal Truck c. 711 W. -IMI AnA..tt ..e.Isixe .
SHOP-Downtown location. requires patience and experience In 1938. Must sell before 1 Ave Phone 2-46C7.
STUDENT. 19. desires CHEVROLET-
COLLEGE i .
l lil W ANTES We have prospects .. Living 13300.quarters equipment handling of elderly people. Must not I work until Sept. Contact Thomas July 1st leaving for overseas. Tech. I tLCAR. early 1944. an mtae.ply U IUYII
and Price i
2 le modera I and 6-raoa boss.If CaU Joe with Veterans' Real Estate mind prolonged confinement and be Furber 1971 Crandon AYe, Winter I I !,!._Doyle_W. lmith.142130th 8t._ Urea Venetian bUnda. A-l eejdition. i
in position and willlnr to give full : I Sacrifice for stieS In- 1M' PMIAI .. ,.
e yr a**** Is tor sal can Allen Agency. 29 8. Court; 24481. Property Park. CHEVROLET-1942 Club roupe;. .

: 881S Joteaoa.>>9PeiaAnt..ltw. la 140 Semis.1ayvio M. ."Oraaie; ,{ Management Department.kiTHE time to for job an or alternate.make own Good arrangements pay for- i I COOK wants work I years experience. I I tires. mechanically I1US. Colonial perfect *..l.tbroubou some o a office Carolina _n. .M ... ILI .

Navy Veteran. Days preferred. 10n :
vending machine business. right person. If Interested pleas
ea *a4 11* At t We are distributors for automatic write Box 42. S-Star. Giving ... Phone 2-0240. ,: 123 J. : 2-0333. .t FORD-1931 model A Pkk-.p rrk tlCl .
41u. .* Sm MO C*J* T wt. DrvesIM pop corn nut. vitamin raxor I past experience.* address. or phone CEMENT FIN 18 KINO and repair i I CHEVROLET :939 2-door. Very 8..& Lola Bt." Co. Ill rUMb.US
H' Ia ASTSD.-.W. have awattwo blade coffee dispensers also coin I cumber: for an appointment. work. Charles Allen. 2d. house east I clean. a.dlo Cent Florida '
Bst lor oeairabl passerises. Stated phonographs. We will fID..0..1 I of Truman on Cheney Highway.RELIABLE Motors. Jefferson dial FORD-1931 u ten. Per f""
IS. 5p s'.. BS Kay Aadena. Broker.JT route for responsible penooe. OFFICE WORKER for National finance work I 2-8424. formation please telet>h 1941 lUCK Saa..aeSn.e -
MAN want as caretaker -
.. H. Oraase Ian dors Distributors. Ine. 3121 N.E2d.. company. Typing required. r I w4In .
a. o'.s. Low
ask
or yard work. Dial lit. CHEVROLE1 1M1 a-r. ..
Avenue. Miami. Florida. Ate II to 23. Apply Bos 43 8-Star. I iRlusT..w fi
I giving foilparticulars.PERMANENT for 1I13-J-4. mileage. Central Florida Motors. Air brakes rood -
Og (aT. WI HAVE'FOUR exceptionally rood J' helper Jefferson and Garland: dial 2-2424. rood tires. 8430. Fhene tMlFORD
LI1ts WAIrTZD-Bemas. erevearentala. PLUMBER NOTICE-1st class .e .. 5 55sIts. .
from
stores
grocery 85000 to
SSIMSL Pe. ORLANDO woman resident Permanent 1947. ton tool
.*. w_. pas .rt",. HaS Let w.T*help. Agency.yom sell 112 your(IOraeee 000.00 Two can b-* easily 17'1 over 21. to manage established ;realdent.over 3 yra.Hard experience.and steady worker I wheelbase.- dual. t-IM' installed .. W. .r .s* . ... T. -
-Speak to Splecc! Whitney
h local woman's abop. Good _
q WS Sm$ SmS SI wear : needs employment now. Write or FleetBne redan stake body. Low Uease. -
Sm I I .*. tss. SmM dial$ 1189 Realty C*. Realtors. 708 1' salary. Employment begins about I Inquire K. E. Carroll. 1180 Carlton COLE-19t Liberal terms. er loaded R. 8. I..1 W. CectrtlPhone .t. -
UstisiiwT1D-.c1lant$ waltm Bldg. _2-3269. [ September 10th Interview last week I
.. a. t. ... "1&. 32 K.IM A CIGAR. MAGAZINE and sundry In June. In letter state businessbackground. I'Dr. DeSoto-1947 convertible driven 62.nEL _OH J. C. u.KaAA' .

o,. as 't. phono 8851OTlcm shop. Excellent location downtown; Bon 975 S-Star. j VETERAN, with work.femur Truck sober driving.reliable 10 miles. Liberal elul. ] 4 TCR It. *4LU: I _

s IHI1ii Prte* It to cell and canCiayboacb. Orlando. Priced for quick sale. 32.000. j SECRETARY Good personality. rapId wants what have you* Can 5900. I Looks and *.like .. I "PAC.1fi .
welding; tlm
$ Realtor. M13. earn old I Better see this at once. Yes Van Hoi i accurate in dictation and Used Car Exchantb219 West Washington Orlando Federal VaseS
_. .
tIPI MI
se. tw ... rtaa r2J.. ten with Clyde McKenxie. 12 S. Main; 1ns. Letal experience preferred I HIGH SCHOOL"GRADUATE for II. SL dial' 2.:1 Ou.raa". Xoblnae AM.34601. ; Ass : -
work -
0 ws Part.r a1 nwAJTDIo fr modern I 2-4775. not essential. Write Box 20 S-Star. summer.wants full Experienced or part In time office work. I I' __ I

= Sad 6 rooaa howae. U yours la for AN OUTSTANDING furniture store: WAITRESS-Apply at Dutch Mill Driver's license. Box 13 8-Star. pORD-1$31Th4 Ton flat Cab sees II -J 'HINILr
5a5 4 ..s4 A aSm4 5i tei*. nil m* ... Slag Real Estate.W doing rood IIu D"". Splendid 1oc_ I' between 5 and S p.m. 1002 North I CYSOWIIIJ and Country engine toM wheel bat .II I .
Sm' PassSw 14542 sAL. K. rxmrch. MCT8TOMER8 ._ _ lion .ood lease. 817.000. Speak M I I I6oelgiL Orange Avenue. 71. Sales and ServiceCUB j 1 la beautiful I OMC S to* flat Btl I
...4. 8 emin a* WATTIXQ for Domes Whitney Spelnel Realty 'I WAITRESS WANTED at Once. Applyto Airplane Cr Gold with top and upholstery I II and S frame. Coat S1MM Re.rtlNtl "

: .[tf FMHTT LOT4 : sad ssname ,. List yours Company. Realtors. ZOO Metcalf Heppy'a Ortl. 2412 N. Orange I 32. Continental! A40. Apopka tODIruiMa. H rdl"fluid I: 'a 10. International 19M. ..,

||* M Sm' & ta4ayf .,.. AsMclatea. 60 W. Bldg. 2-3269. I' Ave-._after 4 p m. Airport. If you want Inexpensive I heater Will& .Jn,n Wader Dealers! !I I 00. ..CrutrmctsaCo. -
V t5i'z a"" IMI P.5.55.5 Pfcon 1-1374._ IT'. NEW! IT'S MODERN! lIe profitable I WAITRESS WANTED Tea room I flying this la It. Sell or trade.:_____ e"n. R. 8 101 W. CentrsL I Phone 1333.4993.jIAU2Rfli5dIkr.5
: Its depression proof U yon pr. .nl I i FOM ...
0%* [.OCAllONbrtoes w many and !! near Orange General Hospital. TWIN ENGINE ratings on Grumman ; 1 .
-f. 4.Sm PSmS payers for Goal bowe* and home would like to be independent South City limits bus 32*C. Columbia. Widgeon: land sea and Instrument. I IVeteran'e 1M.'I2' i I 80I 1W Lots: td e*aga5 I.Geese. _., -
tw DaM. biaS Ia,. and emaU. Call us II yoa awn your own low cost business with ;: traininr. Orlando Aviation. CADIC11. hdralatt Going North. Sal for

aMSm* Lisa .. to .. Whit* Bros. Broken. spectacular will be Interested profit in possibilities the many I I 65. Help Wanted-Male Country Club. Ph. Winter P.rIr 863. : ad.Dlt., Plhe.In .tkla.. 'aI IT. M. Hater. $5555.iiTlirti.ERiwfr. "I Is's ii

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-.s- bsad 844 91 Mills: 2ISIS.uviiiio.iicr. 70111 I FLIGHT I -
,,
portunities presented by "The ) 'VETERAN'S TRAINING dio dual heaters back-up ; _
s0 Ssp.e. c..a _kla. far I Will MbMrd aaahoaaj ;
Mldttt" electric sandwich Single and multiarnttne raUnga.feb chrome vlsora and WU Tr' .
I I
*5* T a U. 5515.Mti boo*** sal anessss _"". What Small complete; only one operator AUTO FAINT-BODY MAH-Mast ke" training tot meltanic'a rating. nil or trade and Ilhla. motor tr. lad par i
bove y.* Cly > Mdt'. Broker needed. Sample model on display. I sober. experienced and : : CaO Ryan Field. Apopka. Fla.U. I ans. 101 W. Central. Phone 82W.CHEVROLET .. ...r.. P. 0.IU PMos Oa. -
tYapwrty far Halt U 8. Ms,a. Phono 2-4773. corner pf Orange Ave. and Livingston I excellent connection. Holler j Special DeLuxe ,
1841
fba"WiaDiAni"1.TI :=-List St. Can allocate several units Orlando I ilL 113 W. Central. Autos-Trucks for Rent II 2-door. ..-. blue A ff.i. n.axLiioms 4; air .5- .
,,p., p.ty LSmse ywar prwpeny with o*. B. Kittr4r territory from car In transit. I very .tl. th. .' heated n etoetsl -

a. a.L *, Iteahoe, 17 B. Central vP5usa1l1t Place your order now. C. D. Varner CHEF-Must be.first class and CAR-RENTAL INC.-Hilh trade tnaured CI'1. N. Orange: 8587. w.c brakse awnlnta: Uterts.
Mao* < M***! aa4 Maa. Distributor. Carl Courtney. Real Estate 11 Will make aove family a Ce tame
"The by week or season
wp 1 WNl MtttM.. WJtbni. DlttsiosT WAXTED___-We have the 392 N.Brokers.Orange Sales Ave. Representative Bouse.Apply 125 at. 8.once.Orlando Are* 8Obe"1. responsible cars people. Can 6159. 36 ,1 CHEVROLET. ter. Low -mileage.1946 Tuaor l.PtUU Homer Winter SeweU.Park Aitamoot 5534.SOU8ZTRAU.ZRl42 Sprtnos.phone AYWrTZUM!ff* J. l- IIJ 1 -
I E bora burn tf yw* bee the property. Park. Livingston Ave. Looks like new. vacation special. .
M Sm ia, .5* 1.55. Call A. T Carter. SIll: Jasoeraea I DELAND'S MOST POPULAR nIghtclub CARPENTERS-Needed two D. VARNER O-D1UVE-IT-Drive 't I Saturday only. Pontiae. 1942 I. 0 .
p155. Ctsac.t and most favorite eating place saerifte bo sold .,.. L .
faiw Mal aa4Ceatrai._ j men. Monday morning. Phone yourself; low rates; by mile or day. er car. original black Paint. 2-door ,1 U .
I tPiipAtaAl.S-.Os your homo.ut |I located opposite ball park and stadium. week days. Comer Weldona Dr. and D. Tanner U-Dnve-It Inc. 234 W. sedanette coupe looks like s Sew CD29.

5.5 5 t. a. *l>* yew an estimate fre 38.000 cash. Private party.Selling j Beaver St.DRIVERS Central Ave. Phone 2-315X I car. Vacation special. Saturday only.Dodge. ,.
.rw a.. ss &4isriM en account of other business.Cash 2-door. buy INTERNATIONAL TRUCK-Fh. mti i _m -
1939 rood
of rha.re ooi th* currant market I only. 602 South Blvd. phone I WANTETIOnl those who HERTZ DRTV-UR-SELP SYSTEM a I 1-61
,em* of yo rt _rt,. No obliaaIMI 995. are thoroughly familiar with Orlando i Trucks and passenger cars for rent 8693 Saturday only. Mania's : 1.1.IUR.'AnOIA .
I .sp 5. _.5as PIMM 7811. ... sats with 'I'IDeLalld. streets will qualify. Apply to by hour day or week. Low rates. 373 C.. 101 N. Main. '401.I ... ..

USt1. aM51 ..54.5 i Dootel Keter._Broker.VI ._ I Mr. HoweD. City Cab Co. N. Orange_ phone 2-4064. CHEVROLET 113 Tudor.'Radio. mi ul j 1"11I'I&
THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARSWill
I .
auYotsiiocsz to sett.CaU DRY CLEANER and spotter, first JIM: CUMBIB O-DRTVE-rr 47 .o tires. body un &k at .
i purchase a business that .
4*. M.5a a-.We wttl com* see U. Howard would be hard to duplicate. This Is I class all-around man. Paul's Cleaning model 'tars. By day week or DPI Sfs Station. phone 5147.1sTZRTiONl.iTRUcK 54 .. ..

tsS.s5 551 SM. .w T38S. __ the only one of its kind In Orange Service. 1110 Edgswater. month. Competitive rates. 904 N K. I 1141stske .
.a I *' ** KIM.sal .I*sAW BDYERB vaatlnc grove I County that I know of that can bepurchased GORDON PRESSMAN Mono Printing Orange dial 24321.OLJN I DESOTO-1942i convertible 'couse. ',0 u lese thoe. ., P5ew41154 i ==

? .5* $a155- pewpertle Sad home Por at an..Circumstances makeIt I Co. 130-S. Hughey St. Phono '3 D-DRTVE-IT. 1NC.-N cars Fluid drive overdrivl. Very elean. miles .. tract .
I I, P5 IMSI Immed'.aw aai* list wIth F. A. AIt t possible fox you to buy this business I I 298. for rent. Reasonable rates per day. 11395. Harley W.d.o '1 X'j A.l I b... FmLUOOAOS Pt.976 rtta.aimnieo iI
b.s.: JnW IDI too. or a substantial interest in It. I WANTED Experienced tnbricklaying. week or .oat Open t til Orange: U9. 14. .; -

-la. WaWTED tp BUY-10 20 acret of I For fall particulars Interview Martie I MASONS Apply 20* South Cr '.0. 242 Orau. 8l. DODGE .1939 .Original black TAILS.3wSISeL ? .
S hr... bearing- .... Give full Williams. 21 W. Washington St. N* I finish. Looks a new car. 8993. I', overload springs unset* PaM- i
115. ss. 83uAYe. .
73. Auto Service 613 N. Orson lag. W.
phone Information. ;
1.55.1. Sm oetaH la fine letwrs. H F. Bolaad. Bale W.d..or IIatl11 C.
souse, Carncan Bid!.. 672 N. Or- MECHANIC and Experienced.Mercury ears.Work Apply o. I 817. I and D"lwa.___ ORANGE IHUCKORANOC ..WJLJ.tsosm J .
j Lincoln JOBS wheel
on** hal 3-491 | PERMANENT ORLANDO woman resident at Central Florida Melon. 100 W. AUoBR .ne Wheels DDEl9 DeL 4dooraedas. MOn A-1131. 4 .Urea .n
UTNOB;WANTEZX-Orwvea. home : over 28. to manage established Jefferson; ph. 2-2424. Mr. Oolliai or I balanced a"r : C. A. R.d D' new rubber. __ IA. P.r phono .1 _
ader l .0 o. c B. Dnvls. Realtor. I local woman's wear shop. Good Mr. Flynn.MAi.KxperIenced.. Prante St I' to.ho& Colonial Wot P nue-u. Low .1. .
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14 I J.n... 3-1 ... ____ September salary. Eoploymgnt 10th. Opportunity begins about given To take charge I ALIGNMENT 51- Free Cae.I Inspection. Sundays.1239 Coal Drj 1S.l .a"Melon I 2OO e. CeatttJ.Phone as 11.1:1GrrL4c:; : t"--

WAlTttblaraetabte: We j after month to purchase Interest.Interview of service parta. Capable of billing repairs by expert mech I l
a-\ [ 6
= I I Pop DODGE-1947 sedan with46 actualmiles Mil.
*ie* rrrav T. K ] last week in June. In letter and typtni. Permanent position. Boa service at Good- I I
JJMf** a4 a I Kaanaea. Bea&or, 62 V* B. Central j state business background. Boa IS 8-Star. I I al A.Cl K. Orange Ave.AUTOMOTIVE I' en itFlUey Motors I.. 200 I it11itPtcE-UP-N.eds Ir
Bn. 3 W. Phone 5416.DODOE j
> .. 1rM. ISitSIS'. 43TT __ I 373 8-Star. Expert _C'Br. work on TraasfoUsien ,.tastes r WUCKORAN'
I. *s5. $MALL HOME-Wo or* already re- \! MECHANIC Experienced. For volt : SERVICE prompt- amiss; -l$J1.' 4 door. This ear b Best offer ,..'10..'221 W i
tSiilaiai m .".. maay tneuiriet for 61. Bank Loans m blle. Apply I .an.tb.ae, i the cleanest you have seen in alone Central P.21' ,
I *< M M*. ,0B.011 1 time. Ollns Inc. 14) K, Garland. I
14800 M 316.000 Several W. Central TRAILER h el; |
.1 tries. D. Varner, ln w waa-
psamaea. II w'rn -4347.
: eexta* as' UM with us for tral: 23153.BOOT on 6-lni whetb wia m 1 I IttJ roM 'NAII'J' t.

Kinln. 91 M atewart lit INSTALLMENT LOANS cost yea less for training withNational PoRD..1I48 DeLuxe eenpe. UioTHsrley 37 h St._ .
OUTSIDE MAN AND FENDER repairing and
lamar Hotel. BalMiat 7132._ I at First National : Ctapar w Oraatt; .
finance eoiB.*a, Simla.ate paiatoac. Estimate* erven.Satisfaction I W'.o .1. THrLE*'COACII 11. B
hJe an-an PARTY wants 10-20 acres then coats. When the lean is for I 20 to 25 Apply Bos 44 8-Star ala. tsar I 38 .. -seal .** 8loa .. I'Si55 .
fir .
rs..st, 8.34 V.n.J. f. E 8IIIJt
alit wlthowt bMs*. On streamor 8 100. you ret 8 93-Payments I I stein full particulars. W. 'l'rt.. FORD-1941 Super" TudorMISS. I 4: ". ftonifeeaet eneer -
"81. Near ..wtrtcat,. read. Give I, I 150. yon ret 139 -Payments 12 50 P. 2315.l Completely-D1u .. I l1u. B' Para J ua .
t MXWC-4 m4ra I 200. ret 116.-Payments 1667 PLUMBER-Experienced only. Raymond REPAIRS-We supply I II ..W .
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** Sm. towaabia, rant. Box 46 lenttSalSr a'! Weekend special. 81030. Fla.
I aia.5** z= _ 8 8 300.400. you you set ret 372 179-Payments Payments 33.34 23.00 I I IS I Winter Dlckson.Garden. 131 Office W phone Plant St.IS ',I and 1.auto Pixie-.e. also* Service.tires .W. ', W.dl..nl. '1 N. Orange: R.rl I II tXAILZM'ew an4 w** Ifc4American. till cncl\'Jl! -

*>i eta moat.led. *5 Otm 8ALE8 PORCB average 23 '. 500. you ret 465-Payments 41.67 "'dent phone SOt. South at Boone St. FORD-.1941 convertible coupe. Hew' 12211 .I "r .
5.5555. miSs Oramee County real .1 $ you ret 130-.Payments 83.34 EB.El1WANTLD-Wan1 first CAR WASHING and by appolntment. I top. Driven only 40.600 .U. Sl.-. Itn?r.mev. .ltl Af_ .*- -- ..
1 sesal Sm ImI4 115 waltrtr* en as .expert List 11 months. : 1 ': 31. Harley and p-
Please Wa..rtl P.
ptopeiiy wtth M D Bailey, Above monthly payments I class man. Top wares paid. I For prmp expert : 0, awnlnra. bMtMl $ st.p .
,' smaller. S97.
tn. __ Payments for 13 months an call .2-2925. eaU B *
>S I rherrh 4787 Ime Ser Stato. ttr. Aa pe' Trailer 8je.I
FH trunks
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REFRIGERATION and appliance service 2-32. 8. OrIole Blossom traIl aad 0. I. 0- 5-14
IMMEDIATE CUCNTS for j First rood looks
*,al SM .. PS51.Is HAVE 10'1 loan In ease of death. The man-Reply P. 0. Box 111. LUBRICATION SheEubricaUon is 'ood..S Barley I I' 1T-92.
-- b.sM.s *>oa rwvmvnt bae In 8MOO to I National Bank at Orlando. 4th floor. 1 I Wadsworth. 615 Oral ..sn.I,
Kiuiaeer Ball,. 42 City statin wages expected 1ItI1.nd 1 the thorough scientific 1br.t' NEW 4 TO 6 TOS-Federal Traeloe.Auxiliary .M -.
a 55I1.M. Ill IM | raae .. and fun rticulari.SERTICI and FORD-1937. 2-door sedan.
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.1 tI5155. ta. .111 c.rer. 1-0074 FIRST NATIONAL BANK provtdes Err '01 c.T I t..ad motor. A fine It.a.0! Traa.abols* 183 Oolsafety q. ;
STATION pORTER-Most U 0a" tire hat
.Sms 1.5. sess.m 511 L W'I million dollar I Smo n.1, Motors. 373 M. Or. raa tank. wntbtiORANE
i iiItsalneas 0 stability with Its one be familiar with lubrication.Shiver's mechanical P.r aund .r. StaDdad rUhl lr yw Tandem Ails Trt. *f.
OpportnnitiraAPTrtMOBtLB !
capital and surplus-ample reserves i !
Po 2-5.
- 8ervle Station. Main and fJD. hardrtpl I Guaranteed to pandl sad toM .M.
.ifri and membership tn the Federal Deposit Central. Ph. 4J43.TDUNO I make :: FORD-1941, 2 door. Excellent ti'I In Je .lBmlu Orlao4P dr l TreeS
FRANCHISE for sate Insurance Corporation. and a pleasure. It. Great Southern paint and
fie. uphoUtery. Co. 711 W. Ral uoa Ave. Ofload .
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" -lw. line of cars. shop show.loom. I Stores. 692 N. Orange: dial 2-1880. I 8893. Ollns Inc.. 142 M. Oar. Fla. Phone 2-4607 -
*Ut Due t* other preasip* basiM 6ZLoans Up to $300 for sales and clerical position. i .re.
i.------ 554. aeq Wnt Ilea 3 8-8tar. i:1t Goodyear Service. 300 N. -I= -An make I II Z-34. NEW 2 TO 3 TON Peoer *r el
" located.nr. AUTO. Furniture. Diamond loans- ,I cars. new stock an cop ', FORD-1940. 2 do. This car exeeptionaliy I either Tractor or Dwmsv Two speed I
fjUrT 8HOP CentraUy .
I' Economy Finance Company. J. F. I LARGE NATIONAL organisation has lrd.tr'orepl.amrD... l I & .- axle. 1.23x20 tire AIM I '. t**. a4 un s.ii
: 05 IssnI Pally equipped.Ca l cessories. Ollns Inc.. 142 ;. G'I .....
e* semi iersa. Roper Real- Burger. Manager. 1006 Metcalf BuUd- several openings for refrigeration' W. Central Wae Rdtr SboD 13 ton units Any Fv4reJ rtal. C C
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N.e. Main 2-3433. Ing. Phone 2-0339. service Experience In low temperature dal 13I 2-4347. Track from IS M I tew antis eoa
M.5514 w8) omaf ** ty. CJMrrb. be delivered bi 38 II... Orl>a4* Pe*. I
furblt58e. work and soda fountains desirable FORD-1938 srdasu rood tin
CASH LOANS Quickly made on Auto Parts-Accessories Wo '
of ewam lar 6 6 I
-1 .ral Truck Co. 711 w. HoawoM
/ utoa and diamonds. Orlando's but not necessary. Sec Bill and paint. 8495. Colonial .oe !.
5 's aa4 554.5. 0P'P0Jt1' sine
1t'Sr.Q Ave. Phone -460T RANK, JWt&
314 Van Dyke at Bordcn'a Dairy Tampa. I 1239 E. Colonial Or.;
Home Finance FRONT END
own 23.
51* fleeoi4 now
asupl.ird 1828) Fbaa* 1-1008. Room 8. 45 W. II RDA PAT FLAT'aesl-traUer. Bargain'
m.I t ee8a>.W Pt- 1184. ,' CvoA/aL Freoeott T. SUtle.Sriwtaa Metcalf_Bld,. Dial 2-0304. I Florida. nall.ti for m.t of FORD. 1937 CJ. G CdlU M-PT Necask. I
: btuf-lIOMa.. I LOANS fl5frcja9iOt5$3OO: I .ut C Prangs Sons. W. 1288 .. Wit P&I J last Mart*!, phone H47.

bo die. Ova parfmf, Sad Lamios NEEDED-See strict Privacy fast service. Family 66. Sales Helps Wanted a.nh. phone 8111. after 8-3& p man day 114) U1fI1N 545 5L5
.z.V Finance Service. Inr. 32 W. Central' TIKES-WhiM tide :: FORD-U38 2-door Excellent
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*ae) sa Da asnelUoou .. O. Fredrick. "BuUaes I I .1 61. 1.. '
9857. MAL ESTATE SALESMAN ion Set of $. Liberal WYKYGYL 1IOTORSTALKIN1 <* ibm.a .
KoioaMea *<. *al 1555515 Oowtioff arieTs Ill N. Orange.IN Ave. Phone I I Sll condition. Colonial K 1239 I
r I are interested In saline sets 2100 Edcewater I. Dr. Sun
< 4 Paex"< Psrsm* d lor oatly QUICK CASH LOANS Furniture I.U Co ; aa
17-82. Tourist ooan and money contact. C B. Da,. Realtor. .
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IJP *-M.le5. HsoHare 128 M. Betty I DOte and aato ).. 3Tttn- I .7. TURKEY!

P550' 414* Treat excellent Basal.tovrt.....toration 341 W. OrlandoAve le*. Family-Loan co. 991 Florida. SALES tREPKESENTATTVI WanUdr 74. Antos-Traileri Wanted FORD-1937 convertible aedsn. Orange Mric Ci.TOO sIs j

bAtnb555.: ..4 baotMM Winter P58*. 111.CTTBC8 Bank Bids- R W. Caffis. manager.Phone Wholesale] Liquor Distributor tn ; AUTOS WATba-WIU moo and tires. 1293. 2424 81. Friday- SaturdaySnad
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= ta' as --. Sal 2SAL ESTATE LOANS-Gel a small in rilling on salesman retail whiskey experienced I ns pre.for your ca. FORD-1939 4-door sedan; ,. plAB 1 M15 Ut mm .
Sm PaSS..5 I when needed. '. 2-4347 242 N. Or- DeLe I 35 Chevrolet ...___._ II"
teen house I clean
= on your stores tn Orlando area. Excellent very
PACKOta HOUSE- 12 cars .., r ec.1 paiD&
.5. 55 1..' pee 4.' capacity, LocatEd tn too Ftorta1 Credit. 31 W. pine. lit stalr- position for man desiring a permanent e. 21. I Jeffersonand '31 Chevrolet cowp*-__. $151 -
t Sal I S M.se5 Sal way east of Grand Theater.t connection with idea Garland: dial 2-2424 J
aSs 5.51. heart ot the curve Veil. Completelyvoatppod of seeurint .U WAIb. pr 33 Plymouth --. ta
S.aMaS .5* fa: alit saodcra machinery. In- OUT OF 5 wno ask for a loan here future. Answer giving full particulars.ace. 1 B OET A ftCtfUMAJNMt .
Central Florida Motor 37 Olds Hotr -.121I
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flail boxes. Office building eet 05$. Personal Finance 0. experience education etc. Boa la S-doox 1941 -
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sa,4.Saa* 5s4 a .** *. with I SLIMS tachsdetf. Priced below S. Orange. Room 2. Phone 2-3148. 22 8Ste.r.SALESMAN. ad JeUersoa. ,.221. Klcht. I raDIH 141 4. 2.2 37 Plymouth waP8_._?_ 1m ,NIl 1 .

t\ % t* e* -.1 actual savfMory. Per oxails ae* Lotls Robert B. Wolfe. Mg?. Here la an unusual tales 1-37. do. 1942 S-door. IMI'2-0. 37 Ford oowpe 1441 -1 IMI -.
a,4t 8 Dwttv ..r. 17 W. Wiihlnglon8V opportunity. Nationally known or- BUICK WANTED The later and h. radios and .
aM *" mMla4 $413.f1YcLlAJfll.O. MONTY WHEW YOU SEED TT-At lanixaUon requires an experienced cleaner the better. Might buy Oldxor In excellent condition through .ALL EUJWDT GOOD
: eaiMs ss' aa Acceptance CorPora Uo.. Home office salesman for this territory. If yon I Pontiac. Silvers Po Uac. &W. I; out. Take your pick of Ue.at Oln's 41 t1 I J

at 480 N. Orange Avenue In are Interested tn exceptional current I Inc. 143 It. Garland ..
,555 .:. :. and laundry 'lau.1 Orlando. Phone 7136. Office at and future earnings an wuiini to Col.LF MOTORS ISC will buy. med I I TOO N. )1U.LSCorner B7AJ.M

r. btw .. 5155P1.I WU Mil ...11 or an to Cocoa. winter Haven and St. Oond. (work. and have the necessary qaalIfication tt r ear for the highdsllr. i' FORD-1937 -$5' sedan. New paint. I
>1? W_. .-. a. ; atoi party Boataeat Sam Service! $ *. we can we ywqr eervlceaimmediately. 8. 200 W. CI or I I seat covers. Kins rood. 1493. Ha- Ceioatal j II
... fia. 0. Bos 314$. I Write Box 21 8-tar. Phone I I'Ji I Jey Wsasworth.. 613 X. Orange; 1. jA I -

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'-'L-! CrlanDaiuTttfng frrnltnrl! Saturday, June 21, 1947 21 7 Young Women Finish Nurses beth Vera Janfe RJeker, ,Ami Agnes......l.>ulftf.-- BM)

deen .. Edaa alt ... NIl

Consolidation Election i Rich To Speak Short Course I Aid Course at Orange MemorialTwentyone / Winona resented Hooka by Patricia ftt. CJIeiM tyarar was. st1F *a UfBsNflSIfl

For Juvenile young women in Central Florida yester- "We are mot gratofe l --
day completed a condensed Nurses' Aid course conductedby young women aad Maass* Maps

In County Set for Sept.9Cti Before Gideons lti\rs. Roy Leonard, educational director and Miss Cecile many of then wtt tea0ftttst MMs .4A
i Study Slated c Miller, superintendent of nurses at Orange Memorial Hos- training to. btcsn ftaMb -.AI

It I I pital, it was announced yesterday. I ITh Nurses" Will Utter ssaswiN I
eIMUII1f111RHS yesterday tentatively set Sept. E. G. Rich vtce-Dresident, will Arrangements for a short course Jaxt& I I
itftrmdMm ... the several consolidation : address the Orlando Gideon in prevention of delinquency to be ; course' which started [ K
h' B county I Tuesday i 1110)1 :
;; RICK
and conducted dally { SAILOR :
was
lft.uMri bjr tfce recent Legislature but filed for I I Monday at 7:30 am. In the CBMC ,I sponsored at the University of work four six or eight hours a t'Rl1ItIEw
iw..a.rrM I Bible and Book Store at 132 Sj:Florida July 21 and 22 by the from 9 ajn. to 4 pjn. included day and those working 48 boon After a W *
t....,.. ....._ .. ... a_rxateiUofi. from the Orange County__Re-I. Court St. Rich is past president ; Florida Probation and Parole Assn !instruction in making beds, bathing per week will receive about $%/. Jack C. Kakmte. .....*. Med
iJ U. pr **.*.** *aM -- --- -- of Florida Gideons. !' were made at a meeting of the patients. serving meals and Miss Miller said. class son of lures J O ffwlwuRoute NOrl I t#*#
Af Ir.-' PLJa" OP a letter from the Winter Park Members of the local camp v.iIl1 association's executive committee :general assistance to the. regular % 4. has mw4 t* u
w rg..M FTfU* Orlando League of Women Voters conduct the here yesterday in the'Angebiltl!nurses. Students from Orlando in addi- United State. On U* aut J .M =
= mpy nobiartvta I requesting the election be deferred am. service tomorrow 'Hotel.The I Following lectures by Mrs. tion to Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. Don- carrier CSS Lrvt ... %nrte i r .> TKEYHE
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... tai a w i I eipU.ned: they wanted Tacationtt Central Churchof by the association since before students were required to olyn Shiver. Betty Marie Davis. .... 1
... m iik. raanlnticor opportunity to visit the Nazarene. the war. Is for all people inter practice the techniques on each Lorraine Larson. Anne Browning, RrMe. M
hare
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-r: :::r MM ***** a''. i Uw pity Pres. A.P. Swaid I ested in youth work in the State.I other. Esther Ellerbe, Joyce Griggs, Pat- raltar.RUBBER ...... a.e tM' 11r Y
t iM4lMf4M CaiwdayW The board also Toted to spend ,Pres. A. P. Orange County Juvenile Judges Mrs. Margaret Pierce and Mrs. sy Hamilton. Jo Ann King. Pat ,bas toO
= : : :1t11thsa. M.2M fey the purchase of perma- tetraUon certificates to be | Other members "Nationally recognized authorities i will continue as aids throughout -
*. eeL. !** eha.,... >Wiix nent h'C .MMMl
LOWERIf If
will recite *
tMwrd.. $A.s.4 wed by Registration Supervisor j I will serve as Instructors." i the year. "The nurses aids COST TUn* MFinaim ASPHALT HEATERS :
Dick Tucker in the installation of \Bible verses as I will be of great assistance and relieve ,
a.wbrrstM LOANS -
tIhIL : The
Fi part of the pro meeting was conductedby : ....... .
.& the new system authorized by the [ the terrific burden now at I II"InttAflrrwnt a. w
Joseph Y. Cheney, member j
I LrcVriature gram. the hospital with student ,
.. = ...t .. tee* A delegation headed by Mrs. : Two hundred of the Florida Parole Commis- \I nurses end graduate so many nurses FLOORING I I
BMasa +t.u h. lbtr tdar.tritat Mary Bunch, dairy operator, appealed |Bibles have been sion and chairman of the &550.datl'n's ,I on their vacation." Miss Miller :, Lean
I Il il( ---tor l&/Drrrp *. board to the board for the Immediate ordered for distribution short coarse committee stated. Dtpt. 4tl Floor STEW AlD.MfUON 0. A
... dtt.. sd Aa ........ W R Improvement of the Padgett in and was devoted entirelyto The will be allowed
__ >" f.* KMMlaia ..... c. Road, west of Orange Blossom rooms of the An- preparation of a program for choose girls to I FIRST.NATIONAL TANK I till X. Orange HMM IMI .a-
tads ....... :-t..... A. ftmfth4fWf Trail which she described as a Kebllt Hote1.1 the course. I whether they wish' to .Meaner 'Ftdmd Dtpnit Imraar C.MrNM I
o tO bias mudhole. or at least the plac- I Swaidmark said : Others in attendance included --
ins Nc* from wtfefc iN tnt on the road of a tractor to pull Rich yesterday. 4 G.' M. Turner director of short.
aeastlMtwr eIM1 III IM. t4.e- Other hotels interested In obtaining -
ort the trucks and automo- '
many i I for of Flor-
courses the University F
..... bUea which she said became mired Gideon Bibles are invited to ,
.. contact the local secretary at 132 Ida Extension Division; Juvenile'
rallwMdelNt.I .t thetlf :
!+! tsts ......3wtt ... ... Nt .MHOT there Ottftly Engineer: J. A. Skiers S. Court St. he added. Judges las County Alfred and P.Bowden Marshall Hunt; Pinel-of Lucky Juniors. YOWELL-DREW-IVEY'S Junior Miss I She,
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the board to .
tsar directed by
VlTAMIM prepare primary Uunediately and secondary a list thor-.f Liquor Price Cuts DeLand Polk County president; Mrs. Eunah of the Holden.Florida i brings you a bevy of washable cottons

Education Assn. Chief Probation .
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We YtlII ..ehfarr* .. which work is to I '
Officer Al Rogero of Pinellas
Court Action
b* *.w, b n.w In progress or Bring
ky MUXATW LION wMrh. are to be. ..,rend. County.
I. Hiram Walker a Delaware corporation Also Mrs. William H. George '
:. When this list Is submitted the
board indicated It would designatethe yesterday filed''in U. S. I Orlando. Juvenile Court assistant;
1 a District Court here a petition for Mrs. William H. Jackson. Orange e
fB1.- order in which work is to be I r bt, ot
!.: carried out in the future. an injunction to enjoin WS R. : City chairman of the parental De
: Commissioner E. D. Cook gained Floyd of the SHowboat here from home committee of the Volusia J.
approval for his motion to have selling offering for sale or adver- County Federation of Women's r .
the end of 'tiring for sale any products dis- Clubs; R. B. Grambling. Orlando. I
.... .. ...... ....... .. traded west and Commissioner Minnesota W..W.Are. t! tributed by the plaintiff at prices I district supervisor for the Florida jr r
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the
Pharr motion's to ask for bids for by I Parole Commission; Chief Orange :
"WHENffi the hard-surfsctng of Perishing petitioner.The i County Probation Officer HarryEdwards ptt/j (
Are about two miles at a cost of petition charges that the and Miss Janette Rouxof 0 ,
YH I* SlN1" no.. also was voted unanimously Showboat advertised Hiram Walk his staff, and Dr. Paul C. Carpenter .
whiskey at lower than established .
I II Orlando member of the
*.. .. I- -- prices and that :when customers Florida Children's Committee.A I '.
c...,,.......,.iv. Personol I 0 I asked for the product they /
EXPERT : were told it was not available immediately -
Uftfe&rvt4aM but that the Showboathad pleasing treat I
> .f {UNttiMi WATCH REPAIRING I something "just as good." for Itching feet II I
tot its** Crystals I. B* aay UbHOOK'S
WWM4 ft. IftW DANCERSoothes

W Ir... A.I., JEWELET Musical Program as it removesCORNSCALLUSES II I "

.** ft flMMf. Tttfttt* II ...( Cfcvth SlrtH Entertains Lions
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Members of the Lions Club were Can you Druggist for Dancer Now
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yesterday !
M. P. D NAPIER
WKKLAFAk r in the Chamber of Commerce I U.e
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i NERVE SPECIALIST Bldg. with a musical program i
J arranged by Ed J. Lord club BUTANEFOR
; ..,.. It.nll I j CHIROPRACTOR pianist. ,

t JHftffM: atttl'AM Capttt! X-pry laboratory l The program included vocal ECONOMY
'! ua Calli,.,. st. ,..... 1-ts1l r solos by Miss MarJorie Ann Fowler i iI Installation of systems and
Ttt* I and music by a trio composed of j; appliances available for
f I. aced Miss Charlotte Robinson violinist immediate delivery
'; Mtt44.f "Ot"1L I : Mrs. Miriam Penrod organist,
The titteat T* Be Had and Lord, at the piano. The club ORLANDOBUTANE
T. annllAN PANTING- quartet. Al' Schierstedt. Layton '
Searles, Ed P. Uhl and Walter J. [ GASSERVICE
It.rtkrl M4 ttlfftt. MHalft SAM:JONES CAB IJOOK Wilcox. sang. J

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Ai'll' AND! BOOT SHOP Baikal is the largest lake in''I II
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: .. MI ',I square Asia having miles. an area of 13,500 i', 1032 W. Robinson Ph. 2-1733

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