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Title: Orlando morning sentinel
Alternate title: Orlando Sunday sentinel
New year sentinel=star
Sunday sentinel=star
Orlando Sunday sentinel=star
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 60 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.M. Glenn
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: June 29, 1947
Publication Date: 1918-1953
Frequency: daily[<1926>-1953]
daily (except monday)[ former 1918-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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NO. 7H * ORLANDO. FLORIDA. SUNDAY. JUNE 29. 1947 \i r 1 THIRTY-BOUT PAM
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Soviet Demands UN Handle Marshall Foreign Relief PlanFrench I



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DR. HUTCHINS LOOKS AT WARPOWER! It's Your Move! 'r t
Protest Half Million US; Army Called'Poor


New U. S. Atom Bomb -
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Secrecy Ban; Miners Begin (f Second' To


Stockpile Capable Of


Leaks Reported 10 Day 'Rest' : Russian MightHouse


Leveling All Big Cities

Molotov Seen AFL To ShunNoStrikePacts sft r CutsSecurity Bre '


i Eyeing U. S..,Cosh' CHICAGO ['AP] Dr. Robert M. Hutchins, Chancellorofthe \N 'Gemtht'<

of Chicago where the atomic bomb was 1
PARIS 'r UP ] Russian.ni ] University [rRy Associated Press WASHIN6'IoIiEisenhowet

Foreign Minister Molotov pioneered, said yesterday the present U. S. stockpile of With an estimated 31 day 1 : aMI ,.....;

i "new and improved bombs" is big enough to wipe out all
demanded at yesterday I national coal supply on 1 1f I that war i* "ymlHe" te IN

..L 4 the world's large cities. hand the nation's nearly 1 tttily
meeting with British Foreign country's ." f ea d J

Secretary Bevm and French President May Hutchins said 'The Hiroshima half million soft and hard I t[next 12 ma**** a.t .Hs4 tit* 4x
and Nagasaki bombs are now ob : .. y
miners :Army to i ateattd t* Hot
Toreitn Minister! Bidault that administration solete. coal began a mo- "poor

of the'Marshall plan ; mentus vacation yesterday. ,Iia'..
Sign Rent Bill "American science and technol-
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be handed ever to the United Nations ogy have produced a stockpile: of I The vacations were officially He Added .tte Utt Ww Bfsfw

U Europe accepts it.Reliable WeekWASHINGTON new and improved bombs large 'listed for only 10 days but these ) meat does net Mb** sit *yf.|.

report said Molotor ;: Early in :enough according to usually conservative 'factors clouded the coal production able in the sr. 1un, Bit

rejected British and French proposals I [UP] Pres i sources, to destroy every outlook: Army placnen do .Mt "....sl _

that the Truman is expected early large city on the earth." The Government is scheduled I {exclude such a ,,,. ...." '

most C comprehen ; In.Common'Cause, monthly per- to return the seized mines,to the;' !1 The Army SUM eftM ... before

ire plan since 3' this week to sign the Repub iodical of the Committee To Frame !owners July 1 but John L. Lewis a Senate an>fiB.HtH
the war for reconstruction lican-sponsored bill extend a World Constitution of which he has reached no agreement with! ,commit to tarp lattartiisa .1

of rent controls to March 1 the operators and his miners refuse -: v .
ing is president. Hutchins said a .
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't Save for War B.H
f contract.All
Europe: be han4' .and authorizing 15 per cent 'vol- world parliament and world dIsarmament to work without a :
WASHINGTON Ii T) bear
died] by a *prdalco untary" rent increases.He has un would open the only AFL unions will be advised I ir '/ I Ball IR-Mlnn. *M ft.t.**f

ordlnating midnight July 2 to act. path to permanent peace. not to sign any contract which. night the U. f, fchl4 cmrm

commission He ,Most Democratic as wen as Re "Let us say, then that we have, contains a no-strike clause AFL I 1 ., / ,.,..,,,T Its resources fee 1attMQle-
war if E.rpta* ree
was said to have publican Congressmen want him at the most three years to Sore- counsel Joseph Padway declared proposals lean *a. .

insisted that the to sign the bill. stall annihilation" he said. "We last night in Washington. Pad- between Ctaraitftttat> aft<
UN handle It tIL Bidanlt way also said that leaders will be d&I1aJa.
A veto, they say. wduld mean can attack right away and per- I _
Bidault was understood to have the immediate end of rent controls haps destroy the rest of the world advised to refuse to file affidavits

bitterly protested. the news black. because supporters of the providing the rest of the world they are non-Communists as required Honasepprere4 err45 at the WtfDepartment's

J out slapped on the conference at measure lack enough votes to over- does not have the bomb. by the'Taft-Hartlerlaw.1 iiprtfmiiiai Ar
the behest of Bcrin j "Our wartime and postwar Reports spread among the coal 4c the fiscal year aferitof %*;.-*?.

Demos Map Campaign has Industry and mine union officials He partkftUrir swjgfrj, '
Bidaolt was said to hare genius produced disease: and lC
charred that despite promise WASHINGTON [AP] Democratic I famine-spreading devices which that the United States Steel Ira SltS a...taa -
leaks and National Committee billed I and the Pittsburgh Consoli- Air tortes :.
f seem? there were will wipe out our victim: who escape Co. h > wltiit .
.. have demanded that the secrecy the Taft-HarUey Labor Act as dation Coal Co. have recommended to $J U ndttton she tsllta3
be. enforced er lifted. a political campaign issue yesterday from our bombs. meeting Lewis' demands in full. I
with an assertion by: Director 1 .-. "We shall have to practice _____ the LAY .kept U *.**4 tie M*
,. Uototor. while taklnr no hand Gael Sullivan that It bad i Justice and love, however humiliating Aids of Sec. of Labor Schwel- 5. .]sees 1* tM seal tI .......
lenbach he would try
reported
in
the debate about secrecy was arrayed his party members f >
bettered to hare told Bevin and "dramatically In opposition to it may be to do so. Our ... brine Lewis and the operators This sumRMS*; tor Ip a m.*

Btdault that they should find out GOP reaction"* Christian,Utilization win have to together for negotiations I aircraft: instead .* the Kt pewit*

. whether Contress would back.. the christianize: Itself] In a hurry. .,.. Tuesday { MandloSeekLegion'Center J Half ShellYields \ iGlermont Host td"'by'the H..*.
ide. there tory : ;
plan of Sea of State Marshall and JL and is no disposition
; The universal brotherhood which : A United Mine Workers Jpokcs- ea ff w .W'.t: ... _
.just how much the U,8..was ready bill in thisession' a:
t to
r to bTU in the.rebuilding'.of EuI .pass of _a revised done wflT save us must be sought; man .saidthat ages and, hours Pearl! saying ill was ........ ...
, Congress.
I ) I under law. tContiaved pn.l'&n', 2,' CoL:;:11 A ToCarriersISoeaot next teal feat ft* 44 Mitttt
{. rope.The in Washington: r
: .Hsewhere
, Russian official agency Tues DEAR BOSS. that ht befcrrrt tt 15M M a4l...
tndieated the trend of Molotovl %ith the new Federal fiscal year The girl that man told you ,

thmklnr. particularly: u it. 'concerned j.A.start T\.1esdare.\ : Congress.faced I Flood Nears HighST. ISoecwt to Th!_Sunday S nhneT-StorlDELANO about didn't think: the worldwas to The &rdw Strttiner.s'Cr! ] 11.
Century her oyster. because she wasnt Bat the Amy, a aA 4 a
" the need of assurance from 'the worst log-jawiof appropria- A bid to in liked CLERMONTRurallettezc8friers : **
whether she oysters- .
the U. a. that Marshall's proposal sure U to prepared ,.* a*? .4..|..
o1d tln could terest of the .,
I ions bills that ra representatives at least on the half shelL of Florida will begin /
would whether be any backed strings with wen money attached., and :remember-! : With 11 other major LOUIS tUP] Residents of linois side of the! sslssippHhe State American Legion head Actually. the pearl she found arriving here'today for &11&7.I .

\0- Serin and Bidault laid 'their :appropriation bills pending it had Missouri and than Southern 1.000 servicemen Illinois- Chouteaa Island levee and the quarters in locating their was in near a half as the oyster.As ,waitresses. could the 1947 convention of the I The UA Antr at ueeM t.a5ir
aided
I completed action only on the by more dike at Dupo-were still holding offices here permanently ,around the word taut to latch k
State Association
plans before Molotov Friday.They last night battled along .a remember, the mother and daughter tonight
, were essentially the same: that all 'treasury-post office measure, pro- 150-mile stretch of the Mississippi but the corps of engineers said will be undertaken by the City had fried oysters. the father through Tuesday. lof young tad 1M........ ...

. European nations except, Spain riding $12,402,688,671. River to save their homes from the water was lapping at the top of Commissioners.Com. raw ones. More than 200 delegates and he said add9tg:
would be eligible for aid and a A House expenditures subcommittee highest flood in more than a een- the Degognla levee, which pro- EL E. White said he hoped He cot one In two for the I their 'wives are expected to at- I -As. a ma* "'
central co-ordinating commission accused the War tects some 50,000 acres. the City would be able to offer the daughter ta taste, and she bit I tend. Among prominent speaker ;and sparsenfs .'fa
helped by four or fire technical' Assets Administration of "misrepresentation tury.Weather forecaster Harry Meanwhile a series of flash I American Legion a suitable building Into a pearl smaller than a ; for the convention are LewliMoneyway i iU.8. Army has a
commissions should be set up to and deception" Wahlsren said the river would floods sent the swollen Upper I site. suggesting the parking train of wheat. Post Office Department .tact toward
handle a Europe-wide relief pro- and urged that top military officials rest here by Monday at 39.3 Cumberland] surging out of its I 1 lot facing the City Hall on Florida' If I and Willard Manning I The Ceaml taW HH .....
tram. The .ministers ,meet. again in it be replaced by civil feet-highest mark since 1844. banks at Pineville Ky causing Ave. rPresent They didn't get the names. Ponce de Leon chairman of the affairs develop 1m tMef shadow
r tomorrow. ians. It Is expected to reach here property damage estimated by State headquarters you think oysters R not in 260N.season. board of the national association military power,*
I : {Robert !:unJon. veteran AP slightly ahead of a record hump police at more than half a million I' are In Sanford. moved there ask the Oyster House. Lake County Judge A.' S. Her-
demanded
, Pacific war correspondent. reported Sen. Martin lR.-PaJ now rolling- down the Missouri dollars and one child was drowned from Palatka two Orange Ave. Th House has gem e
years agoDavid long Jr. will
from Parts that Russia L 30 day embargo on steel ship-. River, which meets the Mississippi and crop and property damage CHARLEY Army .UI4.Ht. at
apparently has set a course aimedat ments to relieve an "acutely criti just north of here. were widespread in Northeastern I I' Doty Jr. of the local Legion Charles M. Meister] speak at the op- j a.- with Pro. TrIiIIIM' ...,....

forcing the price sky high if cal" oil shortage which he said Two critical points on the Il- Tennessee. .. post will assist commissioners I suing business i matt of |STlt.niJ.tI
. the U. 8. undertakes to finance was due to failure.of petroleum in the matter. U. S. Seen Halting session tomorrowmorning | I This cot ...... .. saM,
t European recovery in'a bid to_halt companies to get enough steeL I ',ueuJm, mky' M ...* f ajlconditions.
, the spread of Communism..]_ The Nary Department warned' i 'Gentlemen' Get 1 15 Unionists PicketTaftStone : Ford Pensioners Get Java War Threat : Hancock 'Mem-1 at the ?s If. rapid ft -
oil supplies are .
that the fleet's : I tnt with IVrUMIoI sr+ar I
$175,000 Loot Wedding j Half of AnniJorPay BATAVIA. Java API) A last oral Bldg. That He sent seta M9 .. ......

! The WeatherORLANDO low.A House administration- I DETROIT (UP] The CIO minute pledge from the United afternoon delegates liar enemies w.M.. at.t III....
! AND VICINITY: committee: announced hearings ALLENTOWN Pa. [API Four"gentleman" ST. JOSEPH. Mich tAP As a United Auto Workers Union said States yesterday to discuss economic will go on a military strtaftfe Wt1W I,
bills outlawing .thieves made off of CIO pickets stood across I Indonesia be-
today tomorrow rill start Tuesday on group yesterday the unprecedented pension aid to was i
Partly scattered cloudy afternoon .hew- the poll tax. but it was with a loot of nearly $175,000 yesterday the street from the church Lloyd plan negotiated with the Ford lieved to have caused the Dutchto boat trip through i Bet ae. added fMff.. ttftTherefore
with law Taft. third of Sen. and j the local chain Lthmana hardly ,tat N Aepcf$4l
Bowers
thunderstorms.Cracker predicted none would become after holding up 11 per- son 'I Motor Co. would provide retire- call off plans for launching
. era his session. scheduled to end July sons in a fashionable 10-room Mrs. Robert Taft of Ohio was I, ment pay for the 120,000 Ford military operations against the Indonesian of lakes. Annual .* ul.. tilt
& 26. West End home. married yesterday to Miss Virginia workers equal to at least half of Republic Monday. banquet will be tomorrow night emu tar teat pfcMM Nri R
Jim Sex: Louis Wiener the' manufacturer Stone. I. their average annual earnings. : The United States in an_'aide with Karl Lehmann. Lake County than tt did wftea 4 *fjstrength.
whose home was entered, said: Despite earlier threats of mass' memoire. urged the Indonesian' Chamber of Commerce secretary : '.n.. uilifcWent
shore Name Richard T. Leonard UAW ,
Larkin was vice-
Prohibitionists
, Ole] Squire "It was just a bad dream that picketing, only 10 men and five president said several Republic to "co-operate withoutdelay" !! speaking. to nrrMM t*** **
linament yestiddr there were
huntin for tome happened but fortunately no one women members of a'CIO elec- In the immediate formation I Business session win continue
>
at4
be negotiated. sure for peue r < | n
to rub his back with. He'd been Watson for Presidency became excited and frankly they I trical workers union and some of details yet to I of an interim federal government : Tuesday morning, and will adjourn !world." hi agWtEienhetw
plantin some of them later-slips about the them employed by the Taf ts'host added the U. S. was Tuesday afternoon. Convention
gentlemanly
and
WINONA LAKE Ind. lAP The were very I I I N' IMs P*US
an he said that Prohibition Party yesterday nominated I whole thing. I here showed up. Stray Bullet Kills Girl; ready to talk about economic help j I headquarters will be the .of Army need:
back of his was Claude A. Watson. Los Angeles 1 to such a Government when it is Lake Highlands Hotel Don !:. ,I MEN-TTJ west
tufferin with sompin themiseries e attorney as its candidatefor Fire Hits 'Main Street' Witness/ in Jap Cruelty/ My With Her Unhurt established. j I Smith of Clermont. State Association 'imaBpowtr week ait
United States President. Watson I DALLAS Tex. API Detective ; past president 4s convention !II
awfuL X done told SAUK CENTRE. Minn. tUPJ A Trial Commits Suicide I mHKarJ pen.eivtlana.
was its candidate in 1944. His Capt. Will Fritz said late yesterday India Plan 'Sabotage'Move I chairman. I : Bath Hat* .
the Squire h e. fire changed the face of Main St.
running mate for Vice-President GUAM [API A leading prosecution a stray pistol bullet killed said were eat a? MM Haw..
"
business
I' didnt hare no will be Dale H. Learn Easttroudsburg. yesterday destroying a Lt. five-year-old Mary Lane McCar- Laid To Gandhi \ Tunnel Foils
ShigioshiNakamura.
witness. Surgeon Discovery
i business oaten block In the heart of this small I early JtATEEJAIA-T.. AI'IIJI It
her home
she at
; PLChiang's :tel as slept
committed suicide with
DELHI CAP! Moslem
: with the field town put on the map by Sinclair this morning. The girl's body was NEW Mass Prison Break Plot ".a ft el .....* ,
after testifying
less he s Lewis' novel. Main Street.. Ko one a razor yesterday League Pres. Mohammed AU Jin- .. *. tit
hands tot T M
but Forces Near injured. for more, than two days in the U. :found by her mother Mrs. Charlie I nah declared yesterday that LANSING Kan. (UP) An Independence necessary e
rata it. was ; fuels ft
l was RtM nit t4: Army *
" trial of 19 Phillips, when she went to awaken :
SM Navy Japanese handas Gandhi had been Day mass break for
' yam he wanted-taters them put In the groun Manchurian Rail Center Mother-Truman 'Fine' charged ?rith murdering 10 U. S.I her. Still sleeping.beside Mary I ing views calculated to Mo-l freedom from the Kansas SUU :, BcaiattMfte aM prreu

hurry. That hot mid-day war prisoners in gruesome "medi I Lane was her tWO-Jea.r-old.broth- the Mountbatten plan for Penitentiary here was thwartedby TR.AnmfQ.- Asp l ...
'in a didn't help none ataQ. M U It D E N, Manchuria tAP GRANDVIEW Mo. [lAP Mrs. cal experiments. er, Beauford. partition in encouraging independence discovery of a 60-foot tunnelin I ground rtetro ttdtvuioos. MM '* 19
tun Government armies thrust Northeast I Martha E. Truman mother of the for the Northwest fron which two convicts. Dean Root f tt Houw mkwajM.* i isustaiaed elaa
TODAY'S*TIDES And Southwest upon Szeping- PresIdent. was reported yesterdayby RESULTS tier province. and Melvin Hanna. were working tbs Ana w.. Ti.*. M
i l. ...tea* '*. Tm. HUtt 44S .... kai yesterday and military officials her daughter. Miss Mary Jane. CONVENTION HEARS SURVEY Warden Robert Hudspeth announced !around forte relent t* aemerf .
l J.2 :j. ': U.." 10 4t .m predicted they would resume to be "getting along fine but not Townsend Hints ; yesterday ; eney." K* sued H am*. N
C. S. T4. Rich /fo.1S ace. .SJlm : control of that Communist-de- Dr.
rapidly as we would ..
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,. ivw .... recovering u ;necessary t ww air wt
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.....tun iHtat TMM.... BKk t.1O ...-. vastated. railway. junction within like" from her serious illness of ExpertTellsAdi nen Newspapers Third Party Action I Snow Maroons 150 Tourists 'sonnet to f. ,joie *** *JM fefctvfiiAns.
SJ4 .,a.: lea use: s.s. 48 hours.Twister
weeks .
five ago. lie sued UMI wW M
.. .. ...we: tLttft III: WU T IS.. WASHINGTON [AP] Dr Fran BELTON Mont tAPJ About

e r4.LOCAL 4 at O TlMrCMATUKCS1Ur .. weather Burtta atNuawtp.i Injures One Tonight's Movies Are Their Best :Sales/ Media I' cis E. Townsend recommendedyesterday I 150 tourists were marooned National for IAnlq". to tt tt better a** weft thep ttaiaH+c *M Uri i
Airport that his old age pension four hours in the Glacier
MaxiiMim far Minimum 74 ROWLAND, N. C. UPI A small BZAC1UM: : Framed. 1:40.: 340.: 140.: 1 Sb.t.MODEfthtrLATidit.
1 ._v Ua n | lam tornado zipped through here yesterday ':40. t 40ROXT MIAMI BEACH [AP] H.cold S. Barnes associate di-! plan followers think over the idea Park highlands yesterday ts a i .. _
= : : P'raat" 140. 340. 5:40. T40. of third party, suggesting that buried the
: :; snowstorm
itm So. a Summer
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, -: 74 I 3 pm leveling year-old woodworking 140. nd UK Kinc of BUB., rector of the American< N I!wspaper Publishers Assn., labor is ready to go along "Many Montana Canadian borderland !norm funds the Air aitf'nization ".
CAMKJAnn*
a. _-y-u_ It Wm | 5 PIlL DIR 52S tJ.a : plant and injuring its 200.: 4:25. S 50, t.UCOLONT Bureau of Advertising irday urged,members of the voters have lost faith in the sincerity under a white blanket six to 1C ;protra i1.tr+
t' a. ------ r.-- owner. George Wilson. No other 7 10. I.23. '* her behind ftoh
55.
2:40. 4 :
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-- .r Federation of Ar erica to "use newspapers
-tam----.fl pm t75aT7 casualties or damage were rersted. ,- I GRANDKMT' Com last: 'Ge. 3:43.3:43. Advertising he said. 141
S pat -_ 74o I S:45. 7'45. '.:50FIA1.TO 'because it is stil 1 'best media,"
SIIt Sam t7 I : DettpUoa. 100. 4:00.: DO.: advertising, your Cbealitvtr said be k$4Army *.
' u ::- '_-:: 53 10 === t7 I '10.00; Scent .! Uw W&icUer 2:SO. S:SO. Addressing a session of the & ** i,4qSea.
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"oea 11 am .._ _- N W ,I 1eI1JI.Ja'II Pia _u__ 7. i 50VOGtJI: Stallion Ro d. 337 '40. t.45. fourth district APA convention. dared it has'been found that 50 mLa.lt ; 1 -..* dreary &fal et Htrttaamr
u VACATION TIME1H Mr. Bu. 230. 535 1:40. Barnes pointed out that "U.S.A.doesn't eau ?tea 1W rite M.I.l !1 .. feMi
DRIVK IN: Bachelor* Dtishter uniform per cent of the. families with wakk feats stet :' TCMrCMATUn ern wrttBfr CUCWHtHEWAFHnaiDN Barr i n- APOPKA! Lea Mlwrablm.ClfRMOirr necessarily: "mean homes 100 cent electrically 2930 ,, B.. aa4 Hasty to war.*
\ The Orlando Morning&ntinel -. TiM e-.off SUU of America per s er Ice "
ywt .! umwninrM' far the- :34 boon- tad DtULND: eta ltlW Roes DRTKA: 8h"- He Aid that the ANPA had equipped are in only 87 of the | '"I would de lees tfe*. Bit ..M"'
I' sac I8 **! I-1. HI uM follow you on your re of a Doutt-:That HamerewnuRAINES snafu QlrLOROVKtAKD adopted the,slogan aU 1 business country's 3.072) counties and.advertising 1947 4ii .., he said "if I .. sit f I1Iif.! '"

Aah..mt _Tt .1 LM Louisa IIMtmphii tl U 7iicndUa > vacation. When you order your CTrT PvtocdKISSIMMEE. Is local to stress the need of ,therefore should be centralized ,fin Jew 7.. hW .n* IW dot opinion that eto. t .....
" f Atlanta AU'MM CUT TS' ta.rmuib t4 73 I IJ. paper stopped at home, let us You Can Cheat Aa XMKCM advertisers In using, the. .correct. in those papers../ 3 jtJoas take M .tI tilt fibs
M 1Hottoa Mwml n 7uiAB .I Man: Wild Bill Racket Earlier J.AHen Brown, assistant -, "
" t > U M st.ri ss 62: know where you want It.sent LKCSBTTRO: HU Parade .f 1MI : newspaper.He '. National Assn. lZ 3B5 :ant :
the
of
J. S3 74 MOUNT DORA: )(1'. District Attornrr pointed out that ,a survey director ,W1IiteGJlIFFIN"
Way obmM-3S
! "Bartiutda. SS MOWc New MoauooMry OrtetOf 11 7tKtw i for the Summer. The rates by 8ANVOROTUI the clouds Bon By.PRINCZS8. .. i showed that twice as much baking ofBroadcasters, told the.115 advertising 6 7 8, 9 11. 11 :12
" ,.e M U York S7 6n man are the .came and. If you : Ur. Beg On Mr Won Jim.Twtorr ingredients used in towns with mea that there are now jl Where The/n Bftkf[
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B you may pay your
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$1 M >Bd.U f 1- Pt,,... ? N .' Kt Aw. ...... I.M 72 74T ': when, you return. LAKELAND WINTER. HAVEN- POUt: The: Stuns Hi h Barfcarrct WOOUB. I powder should cover: the smaller in 1922, and that the average J.: 1i 20,2\22 23 '24 5.3i Golf+Rubbaftf fm.r" .
DuaT M'U"n |I 8. yLouts. Mile: PALACE: fct! the Htiat: vacattmDtro. I papers 1n their advertising-[ familY .listens to the radio an
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Hatfield. a gaunt coal miner was j .
a 8.
> asp Party Chief William Worm of
From Fan One] charged yesterday with killing the announced .
Augusta yeirdf "*

,alone wouldn't settle the miners man he disavowed as an adopted .ptual completion of the pew.rbj
demands son but accepted as a son-in-law.,
committee to govern Nit yeses
As the miners started their vacations. The strange story came to light 'gubernatorial and otter

thousands of workers in after the blast of a shotgun which ejections. Druy
coal dependent industries
already k took the life Friday of Edward H. He disclosed: name af 47 af tht
had
beta
laid off.
the situation on Employersblamed wildcatcoal Hatfield. 42, said by County Atty I remaining 60 of the IM.mearter ;; -

strikes earlier in the week. 4s F. P. Keesee to have been 'a for executive committee to ft* fat
rules and regulations of the If 44
mer Missouri convict. Here is the I.
A Federal transportation official es primaries. The gubernatorial cavpalgn > !
story by the attorney:
predicted railroad pauenr I virtually certain to pit O.
trafflo ...14 be curtailed V Anse Hatfield. 65, whose M. E. Thompson and ffema*
bjr Government order If the Christian name came to him Talmadge against each ether already
Users da not to back on July S. from "Deru Anse" Hatfield offend has started under: eet'8.t t
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fame a distant relative,
T II e Carnegie Illinois Steel r t &mes.f the rrmabUn II ,
once had an adopted son named
Carpfurtouched 10.000 workers Edward H. Hatfield. will be announced when Mtrris
in the Pittsburgh-Youngstown. has their acceptances.New .
Ohio district District operations He hadn't heard of Edward for I
I 9t the firm win be reduced 59 percent years, ago when he learned a man members Include ejifct
I from a theoretical 104 per by that name was In a Missouri legislators who backed O T.
DETECTIVES COMBED A WOODED SECTION Atlanta's
near Thompson in his raoBmful. cet*
rent capacity to about 45 per cent. prison. Anse had Edward paroledto
Other steel concerns cut back i him, and then discovered the I Henrietta Eggleston Memorial Hospital yesterday, in an effort : emorsbip feud with T........ aM

operations and coal-carrying railroads parolee was not his son. to establish where Jeannette Reyman 30, [left] was attacked I also included several nhea at e4b*

started feeling the abort- Anse permitted Edward to yemain. Ii and murdered Wednesday. Wife of R. H. Reyman (right], Bogart emor's er supporting legislators the Deer .
1 age. Among affected steel firms .'however, and a year ago he executive secretary ai
, art Republic Sharon. Wheeling, F married Anse's 19-year-old adopted ; Ga., tourist camp operator who recently moved to Geor the daughter of ez-Oo E. >0. ;

f, and others. The Norfolk & West- daughter. Recently, however, gia from Indiana, she was found bludgeoned and with her neck Rivers.

I em and the Virginia Railways MORE THAN 1800 PERSONS in Des Moines | dating a sizable portion of the city. Above I;I Keesee said Anse Hatfield sought broken in a blood-soaked pickup truck. t

laid off 179 workers because of were left homeless as Raccoon and Des aerial view shows the Iowa Power and Light 'I to have Edward returned to

the mint shutdowns. Moines Rivers overflowed their banks, inunCo.I| plant surrounded by flood waters. 'I Missouri and alleged for drug violation addiction of parole and : Estimates Vary

Edward went to the Hatfield home 'Flying Discs' Beer Caps?

OcalaTaxicabCleanup Friday threatening to kill his wife i
\ I Snake Handling Cultists Fined f Reece Claims "and all the other Hatfields." The World Police
; shooting followed. EVERETT, Wash. [API The BOISE. Idaho [API Business ;jOn .

Deputy Sheriff Larkin Ferrell "Flying Discs" sighted by scores I man-pilot Kenneth "Saucers" Arnold
J I
Two Claim //sOur GOP Pressured said Anse Hatfield surrenderedand of persons in the West this week I 1 i. I
Attorney'JONESVILLE landed his plane near his
Started was released on $5,000 bond. are nothing more than the aluminum SUCCESS. N Y. fBPI ,* I
center of beer bottle caps, Boise ranch yesterday and shook i I The United States, Britain and
Va. [UP] A 40-year-old coal miner an Forced Firings .I claims Ray Tare local Iron works his head over the national state.'France have prepared dtftotax

OCALA UP All yesterday taxi white-haired woman, pleading "God Is Our Attorney," Too Many Kids'Leads operator who said he's been blow. of affairs. i ii I estimates of the total of mea. ''I 1

driven were moving in and out of were sentenced to jail yesterday for violating Virginia'santisnake '! WASHINGTON [AP] Carroll i log thousands of them from his I Arnold was disturbed because United ships and planes needed far tM

( Police headquarters at City HaU handling law by fondling poisonous reptiles in I Reece. chairman of the Republican I 40-foot high stacks in melting- neither the FBI nor the Army appeared I force it Nations was reported global HOB*?
i lettersof Tot'sBrutal fiatardarnight.
presenting new
recommendation to down
operations.
J their mountain religious rites. : National Committee said yes interested in his seeing ;
and being re-examined .. 'terday Republican pressure and He explained the cork burns and nine giant saucers whirling An official ;xI
source said the
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following Friday's order by MayorJ. niaeu inompson or Benedict T 'not State Department initiative I the steel caps melt but the Kittle through the air over Washington :j would
powers net be aWe
M. Green that all existing taxi I and Mrs. Frances Belth. 70, of was responsible for the discharge Beating ,!.:aluminum discs inside them don't. State this week. "If I was run- i by Monday afterne when to agreei the

permits be cancelled as of tomor- I| Fennington Gap, maintained w I Ie of 10 State Department employes. I: YREKA. Calif. CAP Wistful lit- "They're blown out of my stacks |If'ning the country and someone rer i Big Five powers are luppeatd M
row noon. There are approximately !: stony silences throughout. They i R, The department released them tle Mary Jane by big blowers sending them hun- (r ported something unusual. I'd sure I j submit to the Security Owned>
TS taxi permits In effect. spurned onus of a lawyer and Friday, because they were ad ; in a clump of Medlin.brush two abandoned weeks I!I 1 i dreds of feet into the air, and |want to know more about U" he I! estimate of the overall rtnagUi H
Police Chief John said I '' I "
1 Spencer i offered no defense. 'risks" from national security they're carried away by currents. 'asserted. of the projected world. peIIq-
driven were co-opeartlng in the i ago may find a home with her i I
move to eliminate undesirables. i Trial Justice George Cridlin (standpoint. Their loyalty was not J I father, whom she probably doesn't force.
J I sentenced each to 15 days in jail r necessarily questioned. said Lin-1 remember. j It was said that Russia stiff
The driven are being required I I and fined them $50 each after his coin I White State Departmentpress \ The two-year-old tot. recover- {I Refiners Blamed had not submitted Its estimates
t. present new letters .f recommendation i' son Acting Commonwealth's Atty. officer but possibly their Zing I I from a beating that left her j Pension Plan and that China had agreed U
from three reputable I Joe Cridlin. presented five State (discretion or company they kepI t. [I II and blue, her eyes virtually E accept whatever U decided by

baslnesc and professionalmen policemen as State's witnesses. I Reece said the department closed, and one arm so sore she With Kisses! ,the ether delegations ,
of }he city, and all must :i The officers told of bashing a had sought to represent the I! couldn't move It, Is In a hospital
action In Oil The committee.
Ii, have clean police records and be i i five-foot copperhead to pulp on Shortage assifnH bf MM
as an illustration of initiative here.Medlin. CHESTER Pa. [UP Postman Security Council to
acceptable to Insurance companies. j the altar of the Stone Creek 26. of Portland Oregon, I complete: 1 Pas r
1!"Shrine of Divine Healing" near on its part to protect the arrived yesterday to seek custodyof Barney Stewart, 68, ended 31 yearsof for the world peace-eafenteg' .

Pennington Gap. Four other officers I country. Mary Jane. The Medlins have HOUSTON. Tex. TAP] The mail delivery yesterday-y Army and Navy as soon as possl* 1
Revocation of all taxi ble.
permits will
was asked by city council after a j Thompson stood by spoke'to testify if needed "The, "that cold the fact discharges 15Reece were declared been separated more than a year. I president j of the Independent Producers playing post office. 'a final decision meet Monday on hew raerateg to place Mr :

.,.. growing number of accidents culminating Cridlin pronounced sentence.only when ordered most reluctantly and Her mother. Mrs. Lucille IedI I ; and Royalty Owners Midway on his route Mrs.Wesley tts report before the cotawlL

in the death of Q. E. f t want to appeal to Circuit Court"We" grudgingly, after months of stubborn War, 22, and Hugh Gilreath. 25. :{Association asserted yesterday that I McDowell asked the widower
Ttodall. crushed to death by a i he said. The trial Justice granted resistance to determined with whom the woman had been I Army, Navy and other Government i in for a cup of coffee to celebratehis Sedatives for Dogs
taxi driven by Walter H. Fore, who the appeal. pressure of a most practical nature living, have been charged with i officials are trying to scare retirement. Inside he con ,'
was bound over to the Grand Jury Cult leader Paul Dotson who 3 exerted by Republican mem assault with latent to murder I'the public into believing the fronted 20 neighborhood women. I On Fourth Advised

on a manslaughter charge. keeps the reptiles in his home. was bers of a Congressional appropriations Mary Jane, "because there" were I United* States is running out of First they gave him $400. Then I CHICAGO I t7 P 1 Tfc. AaM.
present with a handful of his i, committee"West too many kids around. oil. they lined up for post office. Stewart Cruelty Society yesterday a4tbd

Heiress Shaken snake-fondling faithful. Dotson Mrs. Medlin's third child was I H. J. Porter of Houston. in a finished his route grinning beneath ,pet owners through Dr. W. A.
had proclaimed earlier that "we i I IF CONVERSATION LAG, j Virginia became the 35th born the day after Mary Jane was telegram to Rep. Alvin Weichel j a heavy coat of lipstick. I Young, that a sedative in tine .net

will not be stopped" and called pep it up by regaling your State of the Union on June 20, found abandoned at nearby Weed. I [R.-Ohio), chairman of the House only would reduce distress of
I After Viewing ;I services for today at Stone; Creek. II friends with quotes from the I 1863, at the height' of the Civil Mrs. Medlin said Oilreath was Merchant Marine Committee, said, LaSalle Hotel To Reopen r dumb animals come Fmvtii' of !if..
State policemen win ride herd on War. t.the father of the third child. I"if you will subpoena some refin- CHICAGO [UP] La Salle Hotel July, but would make the iMMir t f
the popular Paul Gollico column. .: ers will establish that
rites. you any closed since the fire of June 5, much happier for human Hi !
Death FilmsSANTA The Rev. Oscar Hutton who I which starts next Sunday in I Army and Navy shortages are the I r 1946 which took 61 lives was added that humans might awl '

- once boasted he carried rattlesnakes The Sentinel-Star. It will also /Is Prohibition Coming Back? I result of their absolute procure- ;.:scheduled to reopen' today, with themselves a treatment too. Ht

. ANA IUP1 Heiress and copperheads inside his appear Tuesdays and Thursdays ment policies. j i.I more than 350 rooms reserved in :said"the dog wouldnt mina a pill
Louise Overell. la. reportedly bordered shirt to a meeting and sneaked Any spot shortages. Porter said advance. t or two.II .
r them past police, said officers had I in The Orlando Morning "are the result of Insufficient -
r on collapse yesterday after tried unsuccessfully to arrest him Sentinel. Drys Shout Yes; Wets Say Noir crude being refined" i

viewing enlarged photographs of recently on a snake-handling .
The Houston independent oilman
her parents' bodies presented as jaunt to Mlddlesboro Ky. SAUL rrrr
NEW YORK [AP] Is prohibition coming back? The said above the ground
evidence In her murder trial Prosecutor Cridlin said the Police Plan stocks of crude are "15 million
She asked the Jail matron to trial today was "the first perfectly answer depends on whom you ask and what they're drink- barrels above this time last

summon her attorney. Otto Jacobs silent case I ever tried. i ing. year." i

after she paced the floor of They wouldn't say anything.1 ISO cia I Book7For j The temperance people say the country is slowly drying Weichel yesterday introduced a 1Ht NEW UcITING

her cell in a state of "extreme inner The deeply religious cult com up again, and they have a mountain of statistics to :bill designed to clamp down on ,

agitation most of the night their posed largely. of coal miners and MobstersLOS *prove it. The wets insist the drysI I UJS. exports of oil. '
wives
Dr. Frank R. Webb regarded yesterday's aren't getting anywhere and they 1.QiuiL: :
visited
her hearings the
first
as step in a test ANGELES [UP) Creationof have a mountain of statistics to
yesterday and Battle _
StreamersFor
Friday. case they hoped to take to the Virginia Huge Dope Ring prove it. t 7
an underworld "social register"to
State '
Miss Supreme Court.
Overall and George Golf You can take your choice. But I dig
I lam. 21 are accused by the Stateof Leaders said they regarded "God :' detail the movements of gangsters justified or not, the morale of the Guard ApprovedWASHINGTON Stores 'K""t 1. tbfi.ew
bludgeoning her parents to as our attorney" for the Circuit j in this country was planned I enemies of John Barleycorn ap- w' LslhMm.oyyl t..

bomb deajb, then setting off a tlme- I Court might hearing hire a human but indicated they j last night in the hope of solving Profits SeenMEXICO pears higher now than at any Miltonberger, chief(API of the MaJ.National Gen.- /wt If TfctM iMtfWWtl If t
to wreck the lawyer-pos- j
Overell : time during the 13 moist tie esly surd ebager .Lich
I sibly State Sen. '; the enigma of mobster: Benjamin years Guard Bureau. Saturday night ]
crime.yacht. Mary E, to hide the ette-to take the Lloyd case M. to Robin-the ;j 1 [Bugsy Slegel's assassination. since repeal of the 18th Amend-' approved a bill by Sen. TpdingsDMdJ j') Priced from $1145 Pyfa> .ice w Wk i4d W IM
CITY [UPJ Half a ment. ( which would authorize ncarFLORIDA'S ah.stksiiv
State's highest court. l,
Orange County authorities Robinette j Authorities have probed his love ,,,dozen big time gangs, operating The drys claim that onethirdof Southern Guard regiments to carry .
bitterly fought the affair
meanwhile asked Los Angeles po :i with divorcee Virginia Hill, small fast planes from secret air- -the territory of the United I battle streamers denoting serv-1 URGES RADIO AND APPUAEZ STOVES
lice to aid In the hunt for a man Assembly.measure in the recent General] ;! checked his interest in the $5 mil |t i fields will smuggle an estimated States with almost 30 million pea I i ice with the Confederate Army. I'

who telephoned a death threat to lion Las Vegas Flamingo Club and i$6$ million worth of narcotics In- pIe already is legally dry to some I "Authorization for the battle '
Newport Beach: Police Chief R. R. other gambling activities search- I j jto the United States from'Mexi- extent, largely as a result of local streamers." said. Miltanl erger's i II
Hodgttnson. who arrested Miss+ Hirohito Guarded By ed the record for his particIpatIon 1 i co, this year official quarters told option elections. .statement, "would give visual evi-1 i I Irr. I

Orrrell and her college lover, Gol- in the Million Dollar Ring.''the United Press last night. The drys also are encouragedby .dence of the traditions of these 'wawa.
luza. U. S. Military From a Mexican narcotic gang and i f[ Against such high-speed illicit, more recent developments. 'Southern regiments which now
Questioned his divorced wife, Mrs. i I join with the National Guard of 1tl'
i operations of the smugglers the t Pres. Truman's Advisory Commission !' : \1
Two Die One Esther Siegel without gaining a all of the States in mating this \
Hurt As Assault of Devotion clue. I!.United States and Mexico have on Universal Training I, ;(country strong and secure.
only "horse and buggy" equipment i.
Train : recommended that the sale of alcoholic
I
Handcar Crash OSAKA. Japan [API The crowd Dist Atty. William Simpson ''and' inadequate forces with whichto beverages to trainees be
COLUMBIA CITY. Ind. [UP) A stiffens and coils like a riptide took steps to establish the permanent combat theorganized rings. made a Federal offense. I '
speeding Pennsylvania railroad then breaks suddenly around a k underworld "social regi i Ignacio Mancilla Vega assistant out the war Throughi i (
passenger train -struck a hand gleaming maroon limousine. Once i I ister so the nation's law en- j chief judicial! police Federal dis fought vainly for legislation outlawing -
car yesterday killing two section again white-helmeted American forcemeat officers can exchange trict and territories said that 90 sale of liquor to service-
j hands. James Harm !!, 19 and Military Police dash to the crest- information about the movements "per cent of all opium and opium men. 1! I

1 Barnes centers 20. both of to rescue the Emperor of Japan j of known gangsters. products entering the United A more consistent source of JOY' i CLOSED ALL DAY

tunbia, City. Kenney Snider, third from his people's affection. I H. Leo Stanley chief of the I States comes from Mexico. I and hope to the drys has been the '

crew member was In a hopstial The same scene was repeated In County Bureau of Investigation Prior to World War II. when 1 results of local option elections .
each
I
here of a half dozen main cities
aeriousl11nJured. I was to assign officer local referendums to consider dryIng I
in the populous Kansai an to visit I Oriental production centers were I :
around Industrial Osaka district eastern cities for information cut off from the United States, I up all or a given part of the MONDAYTHE
which I about mobsters who might offer 90 per cent of such products traffic in hard liquor wine and I :
the
Emperor visited
i I .MaqnavoxiAT I the first time in 17 years.recently for leads for the Siegel investigation. I came from outside the Western I' beer.The I : e. .
of the .
Hirohito I Hemisphere.It scope elections varies .
,
.. an unworried. stumbling .,.. ._ >: -
.J n......,., suit, mile proved man two in a business $5,000 Sought AsCompensation was in this amazingly fast. I'the"AUU.UU3 issues vary tu ,widely i4cvuik too.ewiCr from tuiu 1 i < OFFICE OF THIS ASSOCIATION
things during growth of the Mexican-UJS. dope
I :
nllc'MUSIC that trip: For traffic that Benjamin [Bugs! complete sale of prohibition to ending'the I i//;: .: T:
1. He Is still the only one kind of Intoxicant WILL BE CLOSED ALL .
BOXWINTEK "Jther" to I Siegel West Coast gang chief who sales DAY i'
or
in
a particular
PAKKOwl hundreds of thousands of frantic Decade in Prisonp was murdered last week played kind of place. Thus, when the '
ally cheering subjects in prefer a prominent part. Mexican law \ JII.
drys speak of one-third of the 11\
ture Japan. They fight vicious] RALEIGH. N. c: UPI A man enforcement officials believe Siegel's nation's territory going dry they i' MONDAY JUNE 30th '
for their first
glimpse of the manwhose who served 10 years for a murder "execution" may have been don't mean It's dry for kind ,
name sent them Into eightrears' he did not commit has asked the the result of a feud among nar- of drink. every .
Yeir Home bloody 'war.. State to pay $5,000 for the decade cotics smugglers.
Since repeal], the '
2. The once-dreaded .Japanese it took out of his life 40 years says drys tem-
Pollde, who formerly subdued a ago. Vets of perance groups have won 12.519 I II.! : The details in preparation for the "
World War II .
of
Let BI build for TOO In Beauti crowd by a mere harsh bark, now Hamp Kendall. Lenoir N. O, 20,469 local option elections
ful 'Edfewater Heights No. 2. are powerless against even friendly began a 30-year term in 1907 for May Total 16 Millions held. Fourteen States remain com- payment of dividends July 1
overlooking Lake Adair, One of thousands.In murdering Lawrence Nelson pletely wet. State-wide prohibition
Orlando's best sections. Tokyo where the Emperor whose family, sure of Kendall's, WASHINGTON IAP] The Vet- against' hard liquor and wine } makes this closing necessary. '

has toured repeatedly, the crowds guilt, carved his name on the erans Administration estimated exists only in Kansas Oklahoma
We have over 100 house plans are smaller but just as frantic. tombstone as their eon's killer. last night the number of ""vet and Mississippi. No State has
to select from or will build to Right now he needs a well-or- Years 'later another man erans" of World War n ultimately outlawed beer. The league says
four plans. ganiied American. bodyguard fessed; the murder and committed con will exceed 16 million. On May 31- that net local option gains by the .
against an assault of devotion. suicide and Kendall there were 14,322,000 World Warn drys In 1949 were twice as great

PrIce. $9,000 to $50,000 pardon. He sought the got money a full veterans more than twice as as in 1945. OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAYMONDAY

$500,000 Loss Feared <* under a new State law providing many as were produced by all Last year the drys made a net I
100% O. L Loan or Regular for payments in previous American wars put to- gain of 263 voting units while
Mortgage Loan for Civilian. In Pennsylvania Fire tences. wrongful sen gether. The estimate for June 30 the wets picked up only 51. I JUNE 30th

YORK.,. is 14.361,000. and the potential On its side, the $8 billion liquor ,
Pa. [API A spectacular total win continue to increase industry, which last
fire at Blonde Given Chance year enjoyedthe
MUNDODEVELOPMENT the York-Shipley Inc. sheet monthly until the war officially Is greatest sales in its history Ii Office Hours Art
metal
plant that brought out all To Head ended. professes to be WEEK DAYS '
the fire-fighting Legion Post only annoyed, not ATt'BDAl'S:
apparatus of this : I 1:00 A.> 2:00 F3L o
frightened by the -
dry directors.
CO. city of 56,712, razed a block long I NASHVILLE (UP] A blonde Beau Jack's Brother I : A-'L-U Noon
The recommendation of the ;
Industrial plant yesterday, 'causing former Army nurse with a reputation ;
'' Commission On Universal TrainIng :
.
It flatland 814,. Phone S3S3 I damage which fire officials as one of middle Tennessee's ''Slain by 'Policeman against the sale of liquor to -- .. ,

--, said may reach $500,000, best hostesses ended her : AUGUSTA (UP The brother of I trainees brought this comment -
I campaign for commander of theworld's i Negro fighter Beau Jack John from a Licenced Beverage Industries.

AIR-FLIGHT: !Redelsheimer Legion post third last largest night. American Florence i:;I yesterday Henry Walker in an exchange was killed of shots here j j r "We don't. Inc object spokesman to It.: Under ,//1 FIRST FEDERAL SAVIN1tOAN} \a

I 38. termed I
CIRCULATORAn -woman" by the 6,000 "what a {With a policeman. Answering a the laws of most of the States, .
members
: of! .
: complaint that Walker was shooting these 18 year olds are minors. anyway -
Nashville's Legion Post No. 1, at a Negro woman PatrolmanJoe and we. ourselves. have beentiihUnc' i ASSOCIATION{ .
t was given chance f
a good
to
win. '
Reynolds shot when the sale of
he refusedto liquor to i
metal 4200 Cubic .
'
54235S surrender minors." hone 4191

per Slln. 3 SI CZECH POET DIES I Against the dry claims of Increased I i
PRAGUE [API Stanislav: Kostka POPE HONORS PEROX public support for their L"flnU IAFETT-aeesesta la fU 'r.. >
I : AtsoeUOM aro ny Um4 ap to
p.race- WE DELIVER Neumann. 72. Czech poet,died yes VATICAN CITY [UP1 Pope Plus cause, the wets point to public a. UtruuUlity of the t'tttcd States Covenant.1. I
IWft'II wira AS;" ..,.." IS S. Main St. terday. His last poem was an attack xn yesterday awarded the Grand opinion polls which state that 67 I i-I.
V v-r Phone 8158. on Pres. Truman published! Cross of the Order of Pope Pius per cent of the people would vote a
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Orlando, Florida June 29, 1947
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I' Rev. Mrs. ; E. I II
J. McKinley J. L. Hurts > k SECOND filii j

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Entertained at Open House ... : Leave SanfordOn .. fatTtlttKe -4 41'1ateMtsg

Special to The Sunder Sentinel-Star and f refreshments at the ends. The Rap
Ilesyhsasa
i SANFORD The Women'sSociety napkins ,
bore the Trip
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name 'McKin-
of Christian Service of the i af '
Pint Methodist Church enter- ley" e t o Maw
eBaNRc U.lJptt.rtN.1
By MAYME HODGKIN .
t Uined at an open-house Approximately 125
party guests signed -
Thursday night at the home of i the guest book presided [Speed: to The Sundoy Sentinel-Sfcr] Au' raga
Mr. and Mrs. M. I*. Wright honoring Miss Martha Wright and over Mrs. by L. SANFORD-Mr. and Mrs. J. I*
Rev. and Mrs. J. E. P. Hagan. Mrs. Fred Wilson and Hurt left Friday for Biloxi, Miss.. \oeM 13.p/
who are celebrating ueKlnle"1 Mrs; C. L, Powell were in charge < o I where they will visit their son and t-
year of errlce at this of refreshment preparation.: Those his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hurt. ;
The Wright home was decorated serving the guests were Mrs. !I Mrs. Nick Ashby and two .
with roses gladioli and zinnias I Roderick Adams. Mrs. William s'E daughters Nib and Bets flew in .A
I The dining table was covered with I Odham Mrs. James Higgins Mrs. from Jacksonville Friday to visit
a white cloth and In the center Dorothy McDaniel Miss Betty the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. .
was a low' container of artistically -i I Thunnan and Mrs. Ernest camP- George D Bishop. a j
placed blossoms of white bell. ] I Mrs. Edward McKeever has arrived -
magenta-centered and deep pink Hostesses for the occasion were I from Norfolk to visit here '
hibiscus. Silver candle holders I I Mrs. Walter Raines. Mrs. Ceril with relatives and upon their return S Cti i
with burning white tapers were Butner. Mrs John B. Crawford. with her parents Mr. and ;"
on either aide and the punch bowl, Mrs. Roy Tillis and Mrs.Wright Mrs. J. L. Hurt.
I Tommy Speer is in Ocala where s
he will be the guest of Henry Wo- 44#
Mrs. Rndicel f Held I = mack and Mr. and Mrs. Muse I
Banquet I
Womack former Sanford residentsnow ; S.
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Miss CarterI I To Honor j+, JESSICA above, radio and DRAGONETTE concert residing. Larry there.Mrs. Broome. and son : I:4\:; t f( n n'I t :

1 prano, and Nicholas 50-1 John sister of Mrs. John Ivey f
Turner, building have gone to Orlando her former _
Give Shower Mrs. MaassenSpecial married I I home for a visit before returningto
were yesterday by 1"-
her home in Washington D. C.
[t5eeceol to The Sunday Sentinel-Storl] [ to The Sunday: Sentmel-Storl Francis Cardinal Spellman in Monday. Mrs. Broome has been
SANFORD Miss Esther Mir- SANFORD-Mrs. Norene Maas- New York. the Ivey's guest for some time.
iam Speir whose marriage to Rob- Frederick Rossetier left Wed- r
sen af Arcadia president of the
ert Donald Battem will be solemnized I nesday to visit his brotherinlaw ,
tonight was honored at I' Florida Rebekah Assembly, was Miss Williams and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- i '
a miscellaneous shower recently honored at a banquet Thursday liam Norman of Boston and on ,
by Mrs. T. R. Rudlcel and Miss I night by the local Seminole Rs- his return trip will stop at New e'T&r -- --
Dorothy Carter .at the. Rudlcel bekah Lodge 43. at Lormann's PresentedIn York City for a visit with his 4 .
home. I' Brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and '
Restaurant.
Lavender gladioli and greenery Mrs. A. K. Rossetter Jr. "
brightened the bride's table which The tables were attractively Recital Mrs. Annie MacNeill and Mrs. j
bore a crystal punch bowl presided I decorated with the honor guest's Tom Bolt left yesterday for New .
over by Miss Carter. at one favorite flower yellow roses and Special to The Sunday Sentmef-Star] York.
end and a beautifully embossed yellow candles and fem. SANFORD Miss Nancy Aline Mrs. D. C. Howard and sons :
I ::::
pink and white cake at the other. Readings were given by Mrs. David and Donald,will leave Tues- f
... which was served by Mrs. Rudicel. j,I George Evans and Mrs. I. H. Williams was presented to an enthusiastic day for San Diego Cal, to visit
bow and corsages were audience by Fannie R. I
Many gifts were opened by the Ru-I relatives.
honor guest In the presence of 'I to Mrs. Maassen. Mrs. Munson Piano School Thursday David Howard will return to "
friends. j Spine of Orlando night In*a certificate piano recital his home today after a week spentat r4 y 1i x
Those In attendance were Mrs. i of the State Assembly and Mrs. St. Petersburg attending the
John Sauls. Mrs. J. P. Ridge Mrs. Fred Myers 10th District deputy at 8:15: pm. Presbyterian Synod Conference.Miss .
Attired in a beautiful off-the-.1
H R. Billln+sly, Miss Joyce Het- i I i president.Visitors at the included shoulder with bouffant skirt gown.Miss Margaret Reitz left San- :
banquet
zel. Mrs. Alyce Ashdown. Mrs. ford Friday to vacation with i..i- '
Williams
displayed
Mrs. Anna M. Schwab, splendid
James E. Carter Mrs Troy Ra.1 Cole. Mrs.Maude Clark. Mrs.Mrs.Alice Ida technique in her renditions of several I friends in St. Paul Minn. f
Miss Zelda Yarn. Mrs. Helen I i Carr and Mrs. Martha Farr. difficult selections. She received Mrs. Roy R. Wright is ill and fl '
Schultz Miss Elise Hutchison. J!i I I repeated ovations from her :confined to the Fernald Laughton
Mrs. Dan
Miss Jewel Pittman and Mrs.' I Thornton noble Memorial Hospital for treatment. _
I grand presided over the business listeners as did Spencer Hardenfor f.J
Edith Edwards. his vocal numbers in his I
meeting when the group returned por- I
to their hall and Mrs. Maassenwas tion of the program.
St. Cloud Bus Station presented with a lace dinner Miss Williams gave as her pro- Church Class
cloth by Mrs. Charles Cole on gram Sonata, Op. 22, No. 2. C L
Moved to New Quarters behalf of the Lodge. Sharp Minor-Bethhoven; Deep Sets Date I
(Sector to The Sunday Sentinel-Starl :Purple Peter DeBose: Lecua-
ST. CLOUD The GreyhoundBus ona's Rapsodia Negra: Nocturne. .
Lines are moving their station J dy Lucas'Party Op. 55. 1 Chopin: duet. Con- For Fish
from the St. Cloud Hotel to I. certo, Op. 16. Af Minor by Grieg Fry 0.
the corner of Pennsylvania Ave with Miss Myra'Southw-ard at a
[Sceciof to The Sunday Sentine?-Starl
and llth St., Just north of For- Set second piano. NEW SMYRNA BEACH-The t
man's Electric Supply Co. I. Harden sang The Open Road- Wesley Philathea Class of the
The new bus station has been .Stickles; M'Self-Scanlon; Tramp. Methodist Church will have a fish
For
remodeled with rest rooms and Today Tramp Tramp Herbert and fry July 24 at the home of Mrs. e \
waiting rooms for both white j Trees Kilmer-Rasbach. Fred Brannon 701 North Orange
and Negro and other modem ac- [Special to The Sundry Sentinel-Star i Miss Munson presented the cer-
cessories. A. R. Bradshaw is the i DELAND Little Judy Lucas tificate to her graduating pupilof St.So members agreed at their *
local agent.Wearing I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lucas the past seven years and expressed meeting: Thursday night at Mrs.
!I celebrates her second birthday her pleasure in working C. E. Cory's home in Edgewater.Mrs. ri riF
slightly loose suede today and will be honored with her throughout this time. O. D. Hinman was named
gloves Is said to haTe a polishing with a party at her home 318 S. Gifts and flowers were numerousat temporary secretary in the absence i
action on your rings. Alabama Ave. this afternoon. the conclusion of the program of Mrs. George V. Beck. t
The young guests will enjoy which was followed by an infor- Members will write the Methodist
games during the afternoon and mal reception. Orphanage at Enterprise, offering Have improved'engine performance Burin 142 '
will be served ice cream and cake I Refreshments were served the their help in the care of orphans your whole trip with lasting Allstate Compounded N K .
Maqnavoxiiiji by the honorees mother. guests by Mrs. R. A. Williams. in any way. Premium Quality.Motor OiL Refined C S E
; Invited to be with Judy are Miss Margaret Myers. Miss Jean Mrs. L. V. Henderson was prize by the same advanced methods developedfor i
J rt **iM i. Sandra Carey Mary Lou Weaver. Sayer. Miss Lyllian Boile Miss winner In a contest played. Mrs. the Army and Navy during World Warn G
Stephen and Nicky McMillan. Caroline Lee. Miss Lolo Lee. Mrs. W. S. Settle was a co-hostess. E
.u.r3L Mrs. ,it actually clings to your motor's"hot spots"where QUART /
Linda Sllger, George Smoke Clau- Eugene -Estridge Mrs. Rick Gil- Herbert Hoffman and Mrs.
MUSIC BOX dia Foley, Bobble Susie and Mar- lispie of Melbourne, Mrs_W. D. R. S. Fee will be on altar duty lubrication is needed most and longest. ?
1 WINTEB PABK vine Jones. Bonnie Kay Smith I Gardner Miss Joe Munson and next month for the Episcopal Thus you get longer engine life avoid costly Fed. tax Included ..:
t and-Donald Lucas. Mrs. Mercedes Tibbie. Umatilla. Church it was decided at the repair bills and actually save on gas. And In Your, Own ....wt
Episcopal Altar Guild
meeting at
r you TI certainly save at this special lobo '
Mrs. Hoffman's
Edgewater home ContainerNew
Thursday night. Day price.
The class will discontinue meet-
ings during the Summer-resum
ing again September 24 at the v. .
home of Mrs. Fee. ... ,
For .. Mrs. Frances Walton played w a Low-Price
E several piano selections at the
',
open house given by Mr. and Mrs.
Neil Schiche. Live Oak St, Wed-
"Transportation Unlimited"see nesday night. k 45-PLATE BATTERY
Presiding at the log book was
Mrs. George Rood and Miss Mary
Hill and Miss Martha Groover -x
the assisted Mrs. Schiche in serving.
.. newAdvancedesign Gladioli roses and other Summer -r- Guaranteed 6 5
_
flowers decorated the home. I-

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'! 1 I I Page 4 eljt; &irafcnj &ftiitafl-&tar Orlando, Florida, Jw* 29, 1947 I

Increased % ,
.. Board Approves- I .
r. r I Legion Group '

Competition Brings Florida's Cash


a Fencing Laws a Highway Plans To Inaugurate ,


, TALLAHASSEE API) Plans for I Orange Price Slump Earns$108,827$ Girls'State t.

Mark Growth a highway linking the Ta'miami ',
Trail and State Road 25 by extending [Special to The Sunday Sent nel-Star] TALLAHASSEE [API The Stateof ISwoo" TSur -I! 1

./ Krome Ave. north of the NEW YORK-Orange prices declined sharply last Florida's idle cash earned a Legion TALLAHAMW-Tr Auxiliary. Druarua Ainemtji ef '

JACKSONVILLE (AP of) Passageby IS local trail were approved by the State week, chiefly because of increasing competition from other record $106,827 in interest on bank Florida will spswsr tu 'ire CHrV .

' the 1M7 LrtUlatia Road Department yesterday. fruits. Florida oranges were affected most, but there was deposits in the past year, State State ec the OSSSBNW- ?' he Fleetda '
: UWB relating to lirestock fencing: j j
Univosdt ,
L> o
.ace Half the cost of the $1,078.060 an easing off for Californias as well. Treas. Ed Larson reported yester- State } yW9.

advancemeat, project would be borne by the Grapefruit was weaker the first three days but Thurs- July 1419Attendtnc
day.He a UI or to >
i Everglades Drainage District which 9
the research said that much was returnedto
day the offerings mere light and
,
of
sored by units the depart
would be
responsible for a drain-
too of the Florida State Chamberof I prices were higher. the State of Florida banks 'as
They will be suWer' t.> age canal to parallel the road.
said yesterday In its
Comment
1 Dewey Hilsabeck of Miami, I Supplies of both cantaloupes. Model interest at the rate of one half must have complied' tc. 'r xuetar
business rertew.No i Airplane
weekly- chairman of the district board and watermelons have been increasing of 1 per cent on time depositsof year in hIP tchool and ,1 U l he ea.
other single evidence of for several weeks and are t State funds.At leeted for qualities of ;r.....rsh..
Florida'sItvestact was given! until Dec. 1 to lay the I
the Improvement in now at a point where they are scholarship character and ce-e
industry is as symbolicof ir- proposal before the agency and return +j plentiful and highly competitiveto present. Larson reported, eratton with ethers I '
progress as the changing attitude J: gfjno'i a decision to the State Road citrus fruits. Watermelon ship- Meet Set Today the State has about $26 millionin
on fencing evidenced in the Department. ments have been ,heavy for two time deposits distributed The coarse 'mare sllra4l.
tacmst in local fmdnl1&n.- Krome Ave. carries truck traf- weeks as the deal is now working among nearly all banks in Flori which famJJtarfae Nee gates retch
rertrw declared. ."' !i fic from the Tamiaml Trail to into South Georgia and the first [Special: to "1-e Sundae Se"re .S.:rl da. To earn interest the funds state g.TmMM 4.tary p.raa.rs.-
!frUekate* have today ap- uc bb/: : Homestead and Key West Extension : South Carolinas are moving. Can- must be left for at least 90 dalLThe practice. pe1Me apt .th.g
pminaielr M per cent ef their 11 I of the road would eliminate taloupe supplies have increased as DAYTONA BEACH-A model and potttiral pr.nderr. ,
O"I: for I State also has millions in
much meet is scheduled
heavy freight traffic whichat airplane
and the
eerie aetaafty wader fence farI the season in Arizona sev- Mrs. B. A. WUkiaJan of TaDaj j
I has afternoon at Tomoka Field, current deposits which earn no interest -
present to follow the trail this
eral of hate '
sections California
I
aJtaace el lejsl require nas ee is chairman cf Olr.* .....
\ : '''''.' to Coral Gables and go through ; become active. north of Ormond, under the spon- because they are subject to I
meet, yet taflalteiy short eftfjstrtd I She was appointed by Mrs A. J. t j
I Miami to reach Road 25. sorship of the Exchange Club and : call at any time and other minions
renditions.tThe I Small fruits of various sorts I Ryan Immediate Past pr.4..... !
LttI I I
I :: first county-wide fencing MS.T. I HUsabeck said he was "sure + but mostly berries were in liberal'' the City Recreation Department. "J invested in bonds. and will be iesWirt dtnns tle. I
II supply last week. Cool, wet weather -, The meet will start at 9 am. j Larson said he has been placinga short :) ,
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law. atm to effect were passed in (j the plan would work out"The course 'by kin frest t
1; 1926 for Polk and Vonala Counties '=. has favored berries on the whole I and continue until 6 p.m., club growing percentage of State the Tsriotu dtetrtttt. : I
Since that time the spread : Road Department also and rather liberal supplies have I officials! said. It will be an elimination ;; money in time deposit accounts Mrs. wtlkm eNi. Mn .!
of local fencing laws has been agreed to lease free to radio station been available not only in terminal : meet, one of six. which i and interest earnings have grown Fleetwood.awm .nsiln9, ,
gradual and encooradnf.Tnclurttnr WSUN a small tract near markets but for home use over will be held throughout the State steadily from $13365 in 1941-42 and Mrs. Paul Lewis .
"t four laws passed the Gandy Bridge for station a wide area.California. I to pick: three boys to attend the ,Jto the $108,827 this year. A totalof TaBahaas an saakin .j
4 buildings and a transmission i national meet in Minneapolis in : $274.102 in interest has been
thtt year' and effective almost Immediately soft fruits have plans far the iactract.oa aai ..! .
the tally stands at IT tower. been in liberal supply, especially August I collected in the last six years. ttrtaH nat of the Slate s11M. .
{ totally. fenced counties: Broward. The station is owned by the plums and nectarines which are Some 70 entries are expectedat The interest payments go into will feOew M eoteur .ttte.a 11M,
r, City of St. Petersburg. the State general revenue fund. Boys' Slate sponsored fey
Q.ulott..Conler. Dade. DeSoto. good crops this season. Apricots the meet being for free ;
Dusi. Hardee. Highlands. HUla'brlugh The department received a proposal have also been in moderate to flight only. No control line : American UIiIL

'i-I .Manatee UarUn.Orange from firm the of Jacksonville Reynolds, Smith engineering liberal supply. planes will be flown. : Injunction Obtained The Nat****! "' ....... U*

I\., PsJco.: Ptnellas. Polk Seminole and Hills to draw up plans for a The first apples of the new crop I Classes include hand launched ; In Liquor Law don ABxBferr wit umir Ha
Voltaic PRIZE RIBBON AWARDS: Mrs. L B. Mason, attractive assist- $24 million bridge project plannedfor have begun to move but the sea- and tow line glider events, rubber i+ Ruling I first Gtrb' NftttMi \IiI. .-M ta _
Also' IS with lava which cover ant secretary of the leesburg Chamber of Commerce, displaysthe Jacksonville for an initial pay- son .is about ten days later than powered and two gasoline classes. : TALLAHASSEE TAP! The State Washifi.s, D. Caid Mpee.
parts of counties: Bay. Brerard + usual in getting started. Illinois land Elks Club obtained a tem- seating' Florida w. 1e Nwe
melon of ment of 180000. Prizes from kits to supphes '
f1 t rammbU. Jefferson. Flagler. prize ribbons awarded to the champion growers which is heavy in early apples hasa range porary injunction In Circuit Court graduates .f Cert fttaat, a-
and valued at $200.
OKdes Hendry. Jackson. Lake Florida who made prize melon entries i in the grower's contestat II The sum would be subtractedfrom fine crop this season. On the Local are entrants include Bill here yesterday preventing the I' en byMiss those atteadf.g.

Lee Leon. Marion. Nassau Okee- Leesburg's annual 1947 Florida Watermelon Festival. One a commission of four anda other hand, Delaware lost much 'Thomas Tommy Vincent, Ronald' State Beverage Department from Elizabeth File, director
chdbee. Palm Beach. Putnam. half ('Cnof the totalcost of its crop in Spring frosts. In I ,
the per revoking its liquor license undera
of the melons weighed 87 pounds and looked as healthy as 'Tyre, Ros Tyre, Ronnie Sharpton. Sanford. and MiM Oweolot511 ,
amt Lucie. Earaiota. The of the undertaking if the another week or two, however,
remaining I and Aber- : recent Supreme Court ruling
.
Powers Billy Pamunore catsssht
assistant secretary's smile. Jimmy juniorla 0. :
S3 counties job is completed. there will be light supplies in East-
are 'openranee' I crombie. that serving of liquor by clubs in will join others IB UM dttMt-
ern markets and fairly liberal 4
sup- I dry counties is .
The bridges include one across plies in Midwestern illegal.A ment to make a >neceea of OMif I IL
because of the
the St. John's River one at Ar- I' good in Illinois the largest and smallest sizes I similar injunction has been State. ;
Indiana and
FLORIDA NEWS BRIEFS Citrus Commission lington and one across the Trout Missouri.crops shading off to the lowest prices. obtained by the Tallahassee Elks

River to be part of a superhighway I Florida orange sales were fairly Florida grapefruit sales were Club, also affected by the ruling Attorney Ftier-Sulr .
project totaling $34 million. slightly below a week ago but still I No hearing has been set on either
Statute heavy, considering the lateness of I
Requiring in volume. Through Thurs- injunction. R 1=i
Road department members took the season. Sales through Thurs- some Against alJW r *
no immediate action on the proposal day totaled 12Hi( cars against day a total of 59'2 cars were sold I 1 Svecroe "viDAYT
Plumpers' Licenses Faces Long MeetingLAKELAND i but authorized Chm. Elgin 123'i! for the previous comparable against 65 for the same period of i New Bridge Approved ._ .ltIr] A ou..a
'
i Bayless to negotiate with the period. the week before. Prices were Irregular Beach f11M'*
Effective Tuesday : firm. but in general they were By State Road Group
I Prices were lower the first lower and at the close ranged against the Last 0..
Aa..7 J LEGISLATIVE ACT re- [AP] One of the longest drawn out ses- Hillsborough A resolution County proposed Commission by the three days of the week and irregular $1.75-565 against 2105.50 the I I TALLAHASSE fAPl The State R&Qway. it vat aferlostd yell's!.

licensing of an plumbers sions in several months appears on tap Wednesday at the : on Thursday. At the previous week. Because of the variation I Road Department yesterday agreedto day.
naming improvement
an projecton
close most sales fell within a construct and maintain a new W. Cecil that salt u .......
Install in quality and condition, !
appliances '
jrho operatedby session of the Florida Citrus Commission.Four the Davis Court- .
: the
monthly Causeway +
of S2.30-5.85 which bridge between ,. ..
qutned petroleum gas becomes range com- there was a wide spread in prices. Anna Marla Island damages for tajurta iw .. :;
effeetire July 1.'lbs measure specialized advertising agencies which handle ney Campbell Highway Beautification pares with $3.15-6.65 on the California grapefruit shipmentsare I' off the lower West Coast and and damage to hit car wham i;>,

also ?!ceases dealers in appliance accounts for advertisements to be used in medical dental, ,I County Project Commission was said adopted.the suggestion The- comparable day of the previous increasing right along and I the City of Bradenton providedthe was struck by a FBC train May 3%

med in connection with the gas dietetic nursing and other similar i was Campbell -
California Valencia sales ,aporoves the project. In ha dreUoB i-r ..amaVKthe
and; their manufacturers An specialized publications have been were Five cars were sold through J.
member of the road
board
annual license fee of $35 is charged invited to present their program. I. for a his activities in connection also somewhat lighter and totaled Thursday against only one car the I A Manatee County delegation I railway failed to provide tto. t
Nettles DeBusk 115 cars against 128 for the led by State Rep. Walter Hardin quate wartimes for awioncta M ,
manufacturer* Dealers in These were expected to take up with the previ- week before. California prices began -
appliances pay f 10: dealers in gas most of the afternoon. They have I undertaking. ous four day period. The market to ease. especially on the largest appeared before the road board the crossing Listed in tn. .MB at
120 persons installing appliances been advised to prepare programs eased some on Californias from sizes. In another two weeks and agreed to lay before its coun- complaint: are. $7 791 frr pctn aai
115 and persons dealing in gas which would involve the expendi- Stetson Class To Make day to day although the declines offerings will probably be quite ty commission a 30-year financ- suffering : and 61 500 for .MM ef j
I were rather small. For the week income over a thrw-*'e* pen 1N.
and appliances and mating installations. ture of approximately 75000. Plan To Retire I 'I substantiaL ing plan for the bridge. -
13'UJrlVRSlTY. Trip to Navy StationS the average was $3.75 against ---
. The commission also will be
$3.98 the week before.
t + + *
asked by the U. S. Departmentof ,a' to The Surday Sen: net!,S'ar Small sizes of California Valen- r- ---- ----- --
OF FLORIDA Agriculture to consider creation GAINESVILLE IAP1 W. T. Nettles DELAND A trip to the Jack- I clas are still meeting a lot of sales
/ ), and admin- of a permissive "AA" grade district agent and E. F. De- sinville Naval Air Station will be resistance and are bringing low
Utritire staff members will hare for fresh oranges involving substantially Busk. citriculturist with the University made Tuesday by members the 'prices. The large sizes are bring- 1
a three-day holiday for the Fourthof higher requirementsthan of Florida Agricultural Extension audio-visual education class at tog relatively good prices. These !r
July with all classes and offices the present permissive"A" Service win retire June Stetson University according to I small sizes are still a real market-
scheduled to close: Thursday af- grade on such fruit. 30 after nearly 30 years on the Prof. Andrew C. Preston. ing problem for California orange !
teriocn at S pjn. until Monday staff.A. I There the students will receive growers.
morning GOT. Millard Cald- The much discussed and frequently P. Spencer, director of extension instruction concerning the Navy's Florida oranges of medium
welj yesterday. appointed.Judge W. controversial Nielson report will retire on the same methods of employing audio- I size such as the 176s and 200s
-CrisweH.. of Jacksonville to giving the wholesale. retail day his retirement having been visual instruction aids. sold the best in general with
serve as Judge of the Duval County and warehouse situation on Flor- announced several weeks ago. Re-
iluvenile Court until Aug. of ida canned citrus juice and com- quests for retirement by DeBusk
1IM.State. petitive products, also may come and Nettles approved by the !
were
t in for a share of attention. State Board of Control. Sales of Sea Water at $5 The manufacturer made these sleek port .

United Growers and Shippers will be succeeded by H. { abies retail $49.95 but ASSOCIATED
Air Tour PilotsTd Spencer to at .
Assn.. Orlando, at the last meeting
that of ,the bimonthly G: Clayton long-time district Uncovered by Food Officials offers them at
Present Show Today requested copies agent, and for the past 14 years Newest Design a
be made availableto
PORT UYZRS [API Caught on its members.A report. head of Agricultural Conservation I TALLAHASSEE [AP] Would you pay $5 a quart for .Built-in Handle. ""'"' K BargainPrtctI
the ground by a cloudburst which program activities in Florida. '
labeled such
sea water, clearly as ?
report by Julian Langner, 1
Successors for DeBusk and Net-
flooded the Arcadia Field where
the commission's A lot of people would, did and protested when .
they stopped for a barbecue pilots expert specialist tles have not been announced. bitterly
ef fee Florida air tour were trick- may be available. Nettles 66, has been with the I the Federal and State Governments suggested they mightbe .

ring into Page Field" here yesterday It is understood to bring together Extension Service intermittentlysince getting gypped.A 0 ,
by ones and twos. in one document practically all Jan. 1. 1917 when he became two-quart bottle of sea water, ''Of Federal and State food law + i
foe pilots were guests of the available statistical information farm agent In Clay County with price .$10, is among: the prize exhibits x r 4va
Lee Chamber of Commerceand well conditions headquarters at Green Cove violations come under the head-
Ii County as as reports on in the Florida Departmentof
the local pilot club last abroad. which might be helpful to I Springs. From Aug. Ir 1919, to Agriculture's food and drug inspection I ing of "filth." He's pretty unconcerned .- ;IS ,. 1
I" niffet at a dinner party and dance the Florida citrus Industry in Oct. 1. 1922, he was engaged in I laboratory here. about some of the less
to the civic Center. The visitors development of export business. ,other work but returned to Clay Similar bottles were peddled pleasant examples of "filth" discovered -
wtlt put en a air show today at Wednesday's meeting has been i County for a year before again from door to door by fast talking in canned goods, however. .
!i' Pate Field at 2:10 pm. scheduled to start at 10 am. 30 ,returning to private employment.On agents and hundreds of persons Worms and maggots for. ex- y x
I minutes earlier than usual because Oct. 18. 1925 he became agentin purchased them. ample. '

Citrus Bureau Reports of the heavy agenda. Pasco County. with headquarters The label on the bottle dis- "We're not too worried about ; 3
at Dade City. played by the laboratory the
maggots themselves. Dr.
465,259 Boxes Shipped Donald Butler Named He was named district agent completely guiltless of misrepresentation Is'I I'I Stewart said cheerfully, "They're
WXXTZR HAVEN APJ Last for Southern Florida and the though. cooked and sterilized and won't .y
weetl' citrus shipments as reported Law Club Historian East Coast on Sept. 1, 1927, the It says in big letters the I I hurt you. We're mainly concerned -
fey the. state citrus inspection (Special to The Surday Sentinel-Star position he has held continuously ingredient in the bottle's contents about what causes the mag-
bunaa totaled 463.259 boxes DELAND Donald W. Butler since that time. is sea water. Then it follows with I I gots-food being overripe and half 7 #
Miinst UlAn) boxes the prerlev son of Dr. and Mrs. Paul T. But- an impressive list of the chemicals rotten when it's packed" :k1lIG .
week. ler of Orlando, yesterday was elec- While in Clay County Nettles ordinarily found in sea vsater. Misleading packages cause quitea .
Lest week's shipments were 82.- ted historian of the Stetson Uni- inaugurated Summer camps for That's what fooled people Dr. few violations charges as welL STORES
4-H Club boys and the practicehas V. E. Stewart, director of the laboratory -
m boxes of grapefruit and 382.m ,- versity Law Club, legal fraternityat It's regarded as cheating to
spread throughout Florida and explained. He said the
of the University College of Law.
oranges.
enclose small bottle or Jar In
the United States the camps offering I chemical analysis of the water was
6eaaon totals were 1.211.973 Announcement also was madeof a big cardboard box so that a s -
box of grapefruit.. 29.037431( the pledging of Henry M. instruction inspiration and "accurate and has significance to purchaser doesn't know until "
boar of oranges and 2,457,608 Burch Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. recreation. chemists but persons unfamiliarwith I he gets home'' that he hasn't
bowes of tangerines for a grand Henry M. Burch. of Orlando, to Nettles has served'as vegetable chemicals see the Ust and bought as much for his money
total of 40.sw.711 boxes. the same organization. specialist with the Extension Serv- think: the preparation must be he .
as thought.Dr.
ice and has played a leading role pretty good to have all that stuff
+l, in the inauguration and establish- In it.- Stewart considers it par-
:,: I{ ABCMAFER MOVING ? ment of fat stock shows that have Just like the sea water you can ticularly unfair to sell children a : :: _

SERVICE fireproof storage contributed materially to livestock: I gulp for free when you go swimming small amount of candy in a big
Movers of tiDe furniture development in Florida during the 1 in the ocean the bottle con- box because they either "can't
and Future ORLANDOTRANSFER past 12 to 15 years. tained calcium sulphate, mag- read or don't read the labels
I F1: & Are Solicited He is one of the most widely I nesium bromide, sodium potassium telling them how little they're t
t : eae S1177 & STORAGE CO. known extension workers in the chlorine iron phosphorus getting.
0aLUfD0 wnims'raaz: TEE nit country. I and a few other things. Another offense is the use of

I DeBosk, 63< has been with the i Persons following the Instructions mineral oil instead of olive oil or
Extension Service continuously I on the label were directed cottonseed oil in salad dressing.
( became to measure doses out in jealously Mineral oil dissolves fat soluble
since Oct. 1. 1917. when he
small droplets, another factor vitamins and may cause con-
I agent in Orange County
L "HICKORY" with headquarters at Orlando. which convinced them they sumers to suffer from vitamin de
were getting' something' pretty ficiencies.
April 1. 1920, he was made assistant precious for their $10. Besides it passes through the
State boys club agent and For the benefit of unscientific system without providing any
Smoked Turkeys Jan. 16, 1921 he went to Lake I purchasers, the State insists products nourishment. TAKE ONE WITH YOU ON THE
County and worked out of Ta-
f; containing chemicals have "It makes a palatable productbut
vares. 1 them listed under their common you're wasting your time eating FOURTH OF JULY KOUtAY
He came back to Gainesville as names. "Sodium chloride," for instance It," Dr. Stewart said.
'; Rudy to Eat State citrus specialist Sept. 11,i sounds more Imposing The food and drug expert takes
1923, a position he has held since than "table salt." which is all it less seriously a collection of con Take it in the ear with y.is
that time. Since July. 1943. however i is. "Magnesium sulphate" beats coctions labeled "true love root. to the beach anywhere
he has devoted most of his and enjoy $1.09 1 WEl-I.L.
haT. "Epsom Salts" any day. Stewart He isnt sure what they're used for year
NOW w* a new treatl Locally grown time to supervising the emergency says such technical terminology but they're not intended to be favorite program When at

twicers tenderized hickory smoked and slowly farm labor program for Florida. lis I misleading. eaten so he doesnt worry about home Just ping It In any after ....
DeBusk was a pioneer In the He estimates about 70 per cent them.SANLANDO convenient outlet There's
cooked to a ]Juicy tender delicacy. Especially r plenty of fan ahead with
field of better citrus nutritionin one clown '
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suitable for p rl181. picnics or beach. Florida helping to set up uss of these smartly designed 3- ,-

early demonstrations in the use tATTEr1ESFLORIDA'S way portables! 1!

of dolomite to correct magnesium SPRINGS"FLORIDA'S
lEa,. SOXXTBING DtrTBEENT WONDEltl'UIoIrGGEmON deficiency. Numerous Improvements -

FOE rIlE KB in grove management LARGEST RADIO AND APPLIANCE STORES

have been brought about' FINEST
delicious turkeys dressed daily or pliofilm- through his aid. .
; ALSO our same FRESH WATER BATHING"
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He has been a leader In citrus \
wrapped i and flute froten, ready to cook. grove irrigation development and GtrAT1a / .

l irrigation facilities are now Installed SEIKrtONOF !
i ONLY 12 MILES FROM ORLANDO IETTEearticx
on about one-third' of the >utous u ws tsx>vu+Dowumo

C. D. WILDER TURKEY FARM State's He assisted citrus in acreage.establishing many DAYTONA BEACH Cl MILES: SMYRNA BEACH. 63 MILES: taaASCA sI kANi urns
I citrus co-operative associationsand COCOA BEACH. 59 MILES; MELBOURNE BEACH, 73 MILES t

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a t tmlmg 5imtterf-ftar THE MERRY-GO-ROUND" 'THE PUBLIC THOUGHT


.': ORLANDO. FLORIDA IcJJwAMENBy & Treatment of Citrus Newsn

r.ektr, law Y..,'. Dr. Fourth of lull Labor Negro Honor Planned
y, Diy and OI' tm.. by nnnel-5tar Co., JOIN BRANSCOMB
z c.l M. JII.papen.1M.1 at Z3I iaahb Oraoio Are.S Ir DREW fEAKSON / Sentinel-Star Draws PraiseEditor
# i tntard iiaatae4e1aas matter .t Ull Pod Omee at WASHINGTON-Thirty years ago. a Negro boy Every momma )U lan thin" .rn while Hhe and the kittens went on wherever cat ;

OrlaMs riandad aDder tae .Aft or Marcb 3d. 1sTTLt /. who wanted to study chemistry! at DePauw University. Upon the window kill fI'>f heav nAnd It when they cross the street. The Sunday Sentinel-Star: .

tPHC1"rL-Aa Departmntl sin ..... Greencastle Ind. finally foun4 aa attic gate. upon thy lind, Alain and again we are protected by the handsof No other paper in the State \
hen Iua4a7 0a17 IUO Pv Y r. In a fraternity house where they let him sleep In Then ..tt.hht vutorx In thy h4it 1 t, the Almighty who standeth in the shadows like gives the the coverage Sentinel.of Your citrus news r..

Hw .ut*,ttmIWL DaIcToa return for waiting on tables. Turn strong to meet thy SS8FMrator M.uca T.LAnDIC"Art. 0. Four years later he came down from his attic Its good to make up In the morning and begin often let a lift from the "Cop on Rosalind. plus the timely editorials are a s
tact F. WALTIIo Cuss MIL to graduate at the head of his class and to deliver the day with God. The entire day till& lake pn anew Sometimes I drive out of the way just to pass by constant stimulus to the industry

I lli: .......... Muw..a I. NOIIIIT eo.so.lI1o Sec TuatMaas the valedictory address. And today complexion and you will find an Inspiration j him and catch: his friendly smile and see the wave I believe the industry as a whole
under every atone If you turn to meet the a MA"arnb c. M6I. Ie T, MILLIo T'-Seri Pres. Truman. Mrs. Roosevelt of his kindly hand.
.L.W. Lem c. M& c.wus MIlUM"", has Sin. and other national leaders the vision of God in your heart I'\'.. tried It It If you keep your eyes open as you drive to workevery progress. bar than none.any You other have publicsion. always- -

A AMMUI Frtts gather at the Lincoln Memorials works. Every day offers marvelous. opportunity to morning you will get fresh evidence daily given fair play to both sides ofany
s commemorate Negro any one who will approach It with eyes ant! and Orlando is called "The City Beautiful. Thereare
tm AIMr\aW4 y progress why controversy and have always
.tae .. tile wI 1w buck anooov a2 in the United States, includingthe hurt sensitized to the beauties and wonders all giant oaks that line our streets. Have you 1 ed the way for any measure that _

:=:+ae.Wa.seem... see Red w.to paper tt or and not recent award of the Spingarn abOut us. fW wen the one on the south side of Lake has been for the general good of I -

a. .. toeai .... pubaited fcmia.u e Medal to this same student-Dr. It isn't often that such celebrated people as Lucerne Its worth driving 10 blocks out of your the Industry. I Ol need I more ..
All iNIItI tar r.opubUcau. of special Einstein frequent the Amen Corner, but the authorof Kilmer leaned H.CJ. him.As .
t rhfatt0al Mme art aIM> rtrr4. Percy L. Julian.In the way to see that tree. Joyce just I an ru,.m -.
the intervening years and Theory of Relativity dropped In menWyand over from his pew and whispered to me, "Poemsare Towntendile; Says 'Lil Abner'Should or o a
41 M NDAY, JUNE 29. 1947 quietly laid a thought In mind, lando. ma race sin '
Page despite tremendous handicaps, my saying, made by fools like me but only God can makea protest Iht way '
;> "When a scientist loses his sense of wonder, his Read More on Plan O
: has become one of tree. Amenl City adramktrttkm no,
.1 TODArS THOUGHTS i" .' Dr.nation's leading scientists. earning days are over." And as you behold the benevolent oaks and Editor The Sunday Sentinel-Star: I I ref errtot .
a t o
Tt.t fear of the Lord U the beginning of wisdcas -.. t? During the war he helped develop As the heavens, are always hither than the ,gaze on the lovely flowers and shrubs that are Another letter in Wednesday'sSentinel I want mostly to brt t..
earth, so the wonders of creation from one who prefers to
and the knowledge of the holy >Is prudence. Pearson the basic invention used by the heads are always over j blended together to make a panorama Of ineffable call himself "LU Abner." I think minds of UK .
to
Prcmbs 1:10.: Navy to smother fires on battle- our all. keep us knowing that we never knowIt beauty j likely you will see a man and his dog. If he means well and really feels I the way in which ov unfortWteq

ships. in this! alone. the Negro boy who once lived. you watch closely you will discover that the sorry for the poor old folks whom of Orlando are sumac tm out .
H. who exercises wisdom exercises the knowledge in an attic at DePauw helped his country save Have you gotten so busy making a living that }man is blind and relies on his faithful "seeing-eye he fears are being fooled but why called people City of Orlando stockade, Arc"w*. .

which Is about GOd Epictttia.t thousands of lives. you are forgetting the necessity of making a life? (companion" to guide him to and from work. I not include the young people as can't t_.
After a period of teaching at Howard University Hal Luccock told us that many people claim they always, feel stronger and a bit more courageous well! They are old ones not yet ,e p.stop I .

and at his alma mater DePauw, Dr. Julian was have to keep busy or they will miss the bus. Incidentally when 1 observe what,my fellow human beings can ripe. I assure him there are a our land of p I t.
Peace. !It's Wonderful! he added that the values of catching a many many of them in our, clubs WIt &.
offered the position he now occupies as head of ,do to overcome handicaps people who don't allow and they are not opposed I I imposed on peopfc

i HEARD A LOT about rain here the research department of the Glidden Paint and I total blindness to defeat them. I hardly know what federal Insurance, covering old toi'j i b plenty with shies .
WE'VE r X would do under similar circumstances but it mtn
Florida the last few weeks Varnish Co. "ssi llDtJ age blindness widows with dependent pry fH&
t Dr. Julian now guides the work of 60 highly- makes me proud to be kin to a tribe of folks that children, all of which the Tt i w &MAO fe

\ Cracker Jim notwithstanding. Some of us trained chemists. As such he has discovered a new hare luch' Indomitable spirits. Townsend bill covers. W c jr A

like it; some of us frown upon it. All of coating for paper and a drug for contracting the ; : One of the most interesting immigrants ever He admits the $200 Is a fair er publication demand admUstetratJM every rMoV
pupils of the eye. He is also considered the nation's F 'k\ to come to America was Edward Bok famous editor story. Evidently he has read part t o
wfck-h around report'that to at one* u atop
brings us to a of the bill or someone has explained ae d.
leading soya bean expert. However in addition !- and publisher and founder of Bok Tower and BirdSanctuary. ing iU
J I ItattJan scientists are busy on a scheme to his discovery of smothering gasoline fires. There's a verse inscribed on a marble of it the to him 2 but cent when tax bespeaks it sweat box p. .

I I that has to do with stopping rain. Now his most Important contribution has been the wall in the sanctuary on this wise: shows he still knows per little of what that are being wed O...

we're told that scientists headquartered in large-scale production of both female ant male The kiss of the sun for pardon he is writing about. Why don't I would also lire t* U.

I Moscow! have had a streak of luck in convincing hormones now widely used In the treatment of The song of the bird for mirth. these people find out what they friend and families C't "

clouds that rain should fall. One expectant mothers. You are nearer God's heart in a garden are trying to tell before they these halo & the a I
Orlando > unattt fwd
It Is in recognition of these attainments that Than any place else on earth. i
Motcevr newspaper has gone so far as to Dr. Julian this week received the Spingarn Medal Bok had an eye for the beautiful. He has given start.We are not following a blind If these men "M west .
report that the idea "is approaching and greedy leader, but a real man. to nine hours withe*
from the hands of the noted atomic scientist. Dr. music flowers poetry beauty, goodness and truthto .
I reality"well. H.. C. Urey and today participates in the ceremonies America. When I get inwardly impoverished I not a politician who sees the er fo they for a+e t .
f. march of in this mechan-
that's Jnterestingl Perhaps love to drive down to Bok Tower and "bide wee" progress .
very of
the National Association for the Advancement a ical world and gives us a plan at a The th atessem
j. the elements-some day-will be removed of Colored People with Pres? Trumanat bus without knowing where we are going can easilybe In the garden spot that is a veritable paradise and whereby we can head off the put J t.ht front MM..af|

I frem the category of things uncontrollable. the Lincoln Memorial. overrated. l learn the songs of the birds again. dangers that threaten us today. or t 0 time be .

I Indeed, maybe-some day-the rain won't A. man made a wild dash for a bus. nearly Bok desired greatly to have some nightingales Are the Townsend backers being ask o C PoUttM .

tumble down on the just and unjust alike. The firm of Anderson. Clayton and Co. Is the breaking the world's record' on a 100 yard dash in the sanctuary. He brought them from the North fooled I think not. if you this 15 true
Yes for biggest and most famous cotton company in the and with a last sprint he just reached it. His first country but he was disappointed in that they look at the facts and find what Thai i why I ...
we are progress-the world over. world. But when it comes to wool, two gentlemen words were. "Where is this bus going?" ceased singing. He returned North instructing the they have gained since the plan v i p M a* ._

But such a thought brings us around to a by the same name recently had one of the hottestof In,the fast and furious and wild days In whichwe gardeners to send for him if they began singing 1I'as'er)' young back in 1934. Here 01r sr ,act
are some statistics straight from piw
rather sour note. White House sessions. live we've just got to make that bus even again. Word came that the nightingales were sing Washington which can verified. and a.. UM p.

And that's human nature human The two gentlemen who argued ever wool though we don't know where Its going Ing and he hurried back to the tower, but alas, they b of Orlando, are ajfct

nature as we find it in war-like nations. were not partners In the same firm but partners But some mornings I get an early start and with had ceased. He went to bed in his mountain lab At that time in North Dakota and ready putt a Mp a 1 .
t .
Push-button rainfall would be wonderful.But In the same Administration-Clinton An- eyes wide open mind fresh I look for the beautifuland home and was awakened the-next morning by the the average payments were 69 I i Ol

bow about throwing away the button of derson Secretary of Agriculture, and Will dayton search for the unusual things that sometimes songs of the nightingales. Joyfully he arose and cents a month and ta 115 A C1
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what military experts call a pushbuttonwar. formerly a partner in the cotton firm of become commonplace because we are too busy to went out to see his beloved birds and discovered a slightly under $49.00 mnt r

Anderson Clayton but now' Undersecretary of see them.Frinstance: very interesting thing. Other comparative 1931 figures 1917 Bof/ta/ Ticket Selling,

: It's great to be alive In Central Florida! State. Have you ever noticed the policeman down on y They were not singing at all but the mocking Michigan .......$ 9.99 $ 36.00 Playing, G.t DeH'
Let's talk about and see where it The President had called Anderson and Clay- Rosalind who controls the traffic,by the school? birds had heard their songs and learned Nebraska ........ 1.22 38.00 Editor. )
peace ton in to advise him on the wool bill and if possible Hundreds of kids cross the street at that point and them well and at the tops of their voices they Coma ..._. 20.21 53.00 Tt the .f

gets us reconcile their divergent views. But the two the officer In charge there tends to that job as if it were filling the air with the melody of the Was.... S.4 56.00 or I Cba repe t I dant I

members of his Administration threw so many were the most significant and important responsibility nightingales.Start ( () c* cvu

On the American Way! verbal missiles at each other that Truman didn't In the whole world. If you ask me. it Isl! Not the day with God. Lay your ear against In every State temendo progress fairs and cifcoxs and other .

WIRE REPORTS from abroad tell have a chance to put a word in edgewise. only because It's his Job but because he's looking his lips and hear the "music of the spheres. Then denies has that been the Townsend no one where they have .of el

OUR that foreign buyers are following Clayton once the big cotton man now the after "OUR KIDS. turn strong? to meet the day and. sing the Lord'sso with of Pl.. they Now you take t. u I
diplomat accused Sec. of Agriculture Anderson of We may be running late and need to make in mUon foUwtrs. Ip "
the up a strange land. 'I heard a cricket chirpingonce These reported -
lead of U. S. a of can _
shoppers. That's fine! a
sabotaging the
Geneva Trade J
'COnference and for lost time but -
that policeman is there with authority in the subway station at Broadway and 52d by the Social Security Administration wheel
I We're glad to hear that they are thinking embarrassing the United States before other na of the city invested in his hands to see that St. in New York City. Strange place for a cricket Committee.As that as O wh J.

like Americans. we like the way tions. At the very moment the U. S. was trying to our children are protected. A mother cat was attempting but his cheerful note brought happiness to an for Pepper and Hendricks. hf plac wi touch to stay tt Tell -

Americans think. Indeed, our reports from cut dawn trade barriers he 'said. Anderson had to cross a busy intersection with her little otherwise dark hole. Edna St. Vincent Millay gives well, they are not fooling anyone have no chaw c to win ro. .

"a abroad show, that foreigners are, so to agreed to restrictions against importing wool family of five kittens but the endless stream of us a recipe for happiness in the lines: We have our.own men in Washington ber I he doesn't I 1f .
Sec. Anderson in reply implied that traffic aeemed'to at all times and know what play Cat*.
Claytonwas make the 'crossing Impossible. The
{ speak resisting the high prices of American world stands out on either side is going on there. The Townsend W M
more interested in his personal prestige than The-Irish policeman seeing her plight, put up his No wider than wba4 .I
the
goods. Is that grim We don't think heart is wide; bill is .not the bill in
and
wants the
the good of the'country. He charged. big hands in both on
Clayton with directions blew his whistle and Above the world Is stretched the sky, Congress and we do expect wherever tt deaf. Jto. .
10.As unfair-if not underhanded-tactics by arguing the stream of cars halted at all points. Quietness No 1_
financial aid higher than the soul 1 is high. Congressmen to devote full time trol It. There to a lot at fa111r1
our to less fortunate his case in the press, thus forcing Pres. Truman out prevailed and the old cat proudly led her babies The soul can split the sky in two to it, but do not think for onemoment of aorta ai! ooj Ire _

countries mounts and mounts, it's a happy on a limb where he must veto fhe'wool bill or else across the street, not knowing that she was enjoy And let the face of God shine through. they are forgetting it a of the., off.0 M
thought to learn that U. S. dollars are being repudiate the State Department. ing the protection afforded her by the policeman. AMEN. The activities of our organization or right **.. .

spent prudently abroad. Perhaps we The Secretary of Agriculture who comes from at home are what will eventually are paid to let I., ..

could learn from our neighbors around the wool-growing New Mexico is tall thin dark- WASHINGTON TREADMILL law. cau our bill to become afra of \.{ -..
world. haired a persuasive talker. The Undersecretary of Congressman can disregard ot the ..

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the U. S. and to
A Solid ArgumentA growing Texas is tall thin grey-baked an equally Fate of sty on the payroll nI ext 1.No them or t
persuasive talker. But neither could persuade the Judgeship Bill Hinted i a absolutely foled Lt choose.'Mt 11 O t

FEW WEEKS BACK we went along other.Anderson .,, i with 56 Congressmen as cosponsors State a ceoiott ..
with some Interesting news-the New- admitted that he himself did not of our bill and soon they 1 the f. li dNavl -
like the wool bill in its present form. But he argued lr FRANK A. KENNEDY According to the grapevine, thestcretal'7 where. The departmental officialshave i j an find it out and b told to play tt. It = '
buryport Plan. This that if (lOur Washington CtrrespordentlWASHINGTONThe .
was a theory
that the entire wool-support already has circulatedan a polite relpy which. In blunt time to play ban. are
prices were reduced 10 per cent all would important to be scrapped because program of a relatively was too tip-off on inter-departmental memorandum words, goes like this: "You boys f Peae remembr the next tint : the al I.... :
the
be well We recognized the Newburyport minor attitude of Republican house strongly endorsing the on the Hill are cutting down our YO those mists- pleI. _1
provision. The he .
Plan part which referred to leadership concerning the FloridaFederal scheme and offering the good offices funds, so we've got to cut down on P t .
as news-because it We for aO perhapsltlttrs and fciace ,
was new. pub- was the provision whereby the Secretary of Agriculture judgeship bill came earlier of his
department to the some of our activities in
lished the developments of the Newbury can apply an import fee against foreign last week-disclosed by an outfit other Federal outfits. I-rick." your baWI'I> ne to that you are addressing Jo amounts t&Mare thhx, ft* M

port Plan as a matter of record. Now let's wool-if the price of American-raised wool goes known as the "objecting commit- In the overseas shipments the The inference is fairly obvious, the high officials and most of thebusinessmen them long as tt hum ser its>Me eiee.thr 1MM I

bury it as a matter of record. so high that foreign wool floods the U. S. market tee"Each argument has been: Are proteinsor I but usually left unsaid. If Cong. I of Orlando who are a BARRY t
Word comes out of Newburyport that It was this provision which brought Clayton scurrying party has an "objecting vitamin content the most needed grew I will put up the money there members of Townsend Club No. 2 U
the home from Europe. committee' of three of four mem- foods abroad? Apparently thereis would be no need for trimming and I believe they are proud of it. 'In
City
Newburyport Plan has failed. Fair Anderson said that he disagreed with bers whose duty it Is to park them- room for both In varying quantities departmental expenses and the'' S please do a little reading up ,
enough! All of which satisfies that Clayton selves on the floor when the Draws Wrath of fe0VrEdHor. i
us that trade relations would consent according to actual nutritional continued operation of Banana, matt you try to write about
be
Americans are resolved to accept the old the President had the to jeopardized veto since calendar is being called. The I needs and to geography.The 1 River and scores of other Federalinstallations [ j M. J. LANGFORD. Tht Say ttMlaM Mr:
-power any consent calendar ,
j argument of supply and demand. prohibitive contains mostof Anderson memo Is being follow-1 all over the country I Regardtec the enko :
i import fees. the private bills not on the majority ed up briskly by the interested would be possible. Police/ Force Fve always aanderod '
party's "must list" and any Congressmen. In this Instance the timing was t Ira"iee the size of Orlando atto
CRACKER POLITICS other odds and ends of legislation significant but probably coincidentaL Draw Strong I people to keel d _
which cannot command a special The Department of Agriculture As the two Florida Sena- Editor The Sunday Sentinel-Star: since it doe*. its a .
I rule for Immediate considera- Is flirting with a plan to 'tors sought to continue the Ba- was reading In Sunday's Pub dont aBew tne*> .fps, i
I H tion. The several judgeship bills place the 1948 peanut crop un- :Jnana River base in operation the lic Thought col an article sent I'I'I J
a rmonv and Watson Strangers ? recently approved by the House der acreage and quota controls Navy i 1948 appropriations were being in and Observer, expressing too.When we wire .
judiciary committee were on the and the Southern Congressmen heard by the Senate Appropriations : an opinion on ou dv here for awouldn't a
consent calendar this week. from the peanut belt have foundit Committee. The laws and stiff penalties. even .
Ir ALIEN MORRIS j include those In which he loanedthe certainly the voters were against I Cong. Price's Florida bill was out. The usual wisecracks tee boosted the bill to $ glad that in addition be brought neighbors .. -
I I' (Our Tenohe% CorrespadentlTALLAHASSEETom ) use of his official name in quo I these. !not among them: it still Is pending about peanut politics are'circu 000-a considerable COmmit-I up the subject of the sweat box. never knew .
Watson warranto proceedings where other before a judiciary subcommittee. lating.No the House version but $ ; Uncivilized Is hardly the wo for that aBowed... ._
once 1&14nn for harmony but counsel in the main carried on the Watson accepted reelection and I .The judiciary committee how- quotas have been Imposed on lion below the White House bud-i!it This man should pat bckoM at MK eaatlurp.
Ct
I td hell with misplaced harmony. litigation. the subsequent passage of his self- every, approved a Federal district peanuts since 1942. when the war get. It Is doubtful, even If the :I o the back for h article. Wt "NJ". I'..
That was the sort of phrase- styled right-to-work amendment judgeship for New York In a bill House _
demand for concedes
Perhaps a striking fact about to the fats and oils reversed the greater fund
State
making which appealed to voters Constitution as a vindication >
the' Watson court record is the sponsored by Cong. Celler., Administration policies. Instead whether the base can be saved. '
who suspected government In Tallahassee of all the positions he had A bill SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
on the
consent calendar *
was something of a number of unanimous decisions taken and as a mandate to con- huge bonuses and subsidies were
closed shop. They wanted some- against him. tinue. as the name implies requires unanimous granted to stimulate peanut pro- The economy wave truly has

one In the Inner circle who would. Like his namesake of He devoted himself thereafter consent to be brought duction. struck home. A trade association of
Georgia Ancients
: up at all. On the first round, Heritage Relate
a The Agricultural. Department is asking the State of Florida -
bluntly, squeal on the other fel- politics and of the popular water- to these projects. He fought for I single objection kills
it offon
has become to undertake
low*. worried lest unrestricted a project whicha
melon Indeed. Florida's Tom, enforcement of the labor amend-
Certainly little harmony has j Watson used the slogan. 'you can ment. He tried to organize an ; the second call three objectivesare production let the Government Federal bureau cannot launch Tales of Nations'
been misplaced by Watson since trust the old name"-the present open shop union and got into a j required. So the "objectingcommittees" in for huge losses on the price because Congress has trimmed Downfalls
h* came here as attorney general attorney general has been a non- bitter public wrangle with an organizer i watch the calendar f support program. The $80 million t its next year's budget so severely.
ta 1941. He has found his cabinet conformist all his political life. he had caused to come and knock off any bills which the t 1 loss suffered In pegging potatoeslast i Some weeks ago the State Legislature ly WILLIAM t GILIOr, D.D.
colleagues, the courts, the Leg Before be came here he was a here. He attended fewer cabinet busier party leaders, occupied elsewhere year jilted the Department t passed a bill appropriating Scripture: Psalm 119:105; Isaiah %:% ; Mkah Clt
mature and the Federal Government Tampa lawyer with a hair-trigger. meetings, and When he came, he do not want to pass.That's mightily. $45,000 for research work on fish- One great heritage from the story of-tedtet bra
cut of step and he has done disposition. He was ready to usually stayed'' until some matterIn what happened to the Cong. Sikes is among the eries problems including the the its contains .
his best to brtnc each to his way snatch off his glasses and start which he was Interested particularly New York bill last week. The Southern group which is out to sponge industry. Simultaneously lesson story regarding fetefa $
Cf thlnHpg swinging: as in fact he had done had been bandied. Republican objectors objected. thwart the quota system this year, the National Sponge Institute, an welfare, or the downfall, MtioM anti
lie to running now for governor once in the very chamber of the In board meetings, he formed It takes no soothsayer ta behold The Crestview Congressman arguesthat I association: of dealers and distrib- peoples.In e
to some extent because by his house of representatives. II conclusions quickly and he did not a like fate for the Price the world shortage of fats utors. was approaching the Fish '. the history of the
statement he tired of being a Shortly after he entered the retreat often from these. There bill if the Graham subcommittee and oils still Is as acute as ever. and Wildlife Service of the In- their return from the bondage Jewh eD,t t e
minority voice In the cabinet cabinet Watson began campaignIng were critics: who complained he ever approves it. There's It Is premature he believes to terior Department, seeking a Egypt to the establishment and,) -J
Inasmuch as the governor possesses for an open shop in labor: a allowed petty personalities to Influence some funny business going on place any artificial barriers againstpeanut sponge survey: Ultimately the institute downfall their kingdom In Ink Irrepmsitte! pupluU of IN. i
the power of veto only In result he has said of being out- his judgment yet possibly there too but it must be reserved output. It Is argued too. wished to establish a o can see the laws and Lord
I oat of the many ex-of f iclo boards raged by abuses at military bases he was more forthright than other for later scrutiny. that the House Agriculture Committee -' sponge commission along the lines Paestine. wreck nations. \ Se t thMMsfru j
: through which the cabinet govern and shipyards-of unconscionablefees members equally susceptible but it foe might f .
now Is gathering. extensive of the Fur Seal Commission which true that !adn. *vtl IB ,
Florida, it Is not quite apparent for war Jobs. and of mass hir more adroit. Florida citrus a a sight .
canners. joined by data on which to base a perman- was set up many years ago to res- "righteousness exalteth a ttMft wo f a 1
bow Watson could Improve Ings and firings to multiply initiation His individualism and his out- canners from nUon- gentle soar .
Texas. Arizona, and ent long range farm program nextyear. cue Alaskan seals from extermina and the dictum of
.
his position by changing seats at charges. side activities did seem to affect California have made a good beginning Until this work has been tion. The FWS was sympathetic to nations, as it does applies in green :!
board
th* table.He It was a popular cause but one his board duties. His colleagues in their plan to channela completed. and Congress settles but declared It. t j
would "Be
could, however enforce basviews which had little to do with the office often felt his legal opinions which have no dvdu sure your .nuf I 1 :
portion of their .
heavy Inventory upon a stable policy, it would be money for such an undertaking a
upon county officials since of his he insisted fid 'YU
attorney general as pre- were binding upon
carry-overs: Into Government folly according to next days of dark****
Cong. ; 11
purchases Sikes.I I' year But
they may be removed from office decessors had reckoned their them. were shaped by his philosophy for our heritage from ancient not 1
.occupation forces overseas to tackle the problem piecemeal i, The Institute
subject to Senate review. duties. They saw their responsibility rather than the weight of now has turned Israel is ff much more than w&lll .
and for foreign relief ship crop by erosleut of all the pea I to GOT.; Caldwell seeking the a light __
WbSt h* has focused attention as one of Interpreting law precedents. The pressure of the ments. to ear- 1s found I example and wam their path G
his Jangled nut crop. mark part of the State appropriation lug j
span relations for the agencies of government of other activities kept his staff behind -
wink. too cabinets both of Governors being-as the title suggests attorney the requests from departments The plan was Initiated by C. C. to start the survey, at least. of the life of Israel,.despite (Pm ItfrtMI.' Lad M H j
Hoftaad and CaldwerLWaUea In general for the Govern. for advice. Rathbun of Tampa, representing -The Navy Department has reaffirmed Tbe rejuvination of the sponge Ot peril, suffering, and en t .couragcoiM !
has been on the min ment. That Is why special attorneyswere the canneries For some weeks) its intention to deae- beds Is sought, along with any destruction wa has come'wa. I buU c. ..
ority tU3. elsewhere, too. Watson however claimed the employed. More often than an unofficial: group of citrus belt tivate the big seaplane base at 1 other remedial legislation which literature that the rh UkI f
simple term
Even those people Inclined to right to move against evil wher- not. when legal questions reached Congressmen from the four producing Banana River, despite the pleas j will produce more and better known-the Scriptures h I of true rtttfian, tao, .
believe his cabinet,mates mould ever discovered He regarded him- court these lawyers found the attorney States have been at work of Senators Pepper and Holland. I sponges. If the State government which Our Lord was what God mart .
of
gang up on Watson might be self In the nature of public de- general on the other side. buttonholing the appropriate Government Members of Congress are findIng can start the work this year' it is and He said He nom what reauina need man a4 .
wtllin to grant the good faith of fender. He charged headlong at Because! they regard him as officials. They startedon ] it difficult to advance plausible hoped that the FWS can take over to whch h peroos man life ,. P*

the Supreme Court In dealing labor and the OPA and such quarrelsome, erratic Inconsistent, See. of Agriculture Andenon.and reasons to any Government later on, and perhaps complete It Is the spiritual miracle of iliicah :1-IJ.. I. fjBm
with him. That record therefore smaller game as county's authorities headline -hunting meddlesome; upon him they scored their. department against the curtailment the case for setting up a sponge history that out of times of ruthless And in these jays ot
intcmti&c u a test of his judg- he felt were not Investigatinga and given to petty obstinacy his first good mark. of Federal activities any-, .romm I nino., 'war should have the century, when nginans .*
murder with sufficient diligence.: cabinet colleagues constantly: are cm _
aHlL1D I magnificent dreams of re destroyed and other Btfbjai
r 11 times before the hJ&hWat.son Whether he was right is moot amazed by evidence of Watson's does another non conformist, may be: wrong, but hey sincere* this was akin to Inquiring intoa ce ta such passages p been suffering toot M
scored one win-- Perhaps the times cried oat fora strength with the public. Muchof .
:
tr&uaaJ 35. The
tad that by a four to three split: stoat-hearted man to stand up that of course stems from his Henry Wallace. People are In- Few protested for example man's religion. and full of times The were-crude I let that us not owe target "..to,

of the Justices. These were cases and command: "Hold enough stand against labor. dined to shrug offs Watson tangent when he declined to state Certainly Watson Is the. best and dgt. trp- peme return we t
So which Watson challenged some Anyway labor abuses were the Yet Tom Watson enjoys the whether he had been>> a member, advertised ,of the cabinet members There 1 t .
bsiard or ia&riduaJ. and do not issue of the 1911 campaign and same armor against criticism: : as by saying "well ole Tom ef the Ka Klux Klan. snapping except the Governor. tlat.cf' 1&the were 'fa, fuller proph.II them lh* to&they rw

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:Bible School Mrs. Phillip Mueller HonoredAtPartybyMrs.McConnell Sewing Unit I Orlando, Florida June 29, 1947 irbr Srntfcnt rtiitarl-tar' ( Pag..7;


Set Monday Plans First Miss Esther Miriam SpeirTo A short wedding trip to St 'Gainesville where tile ArMe0nes.
i Augustine will be taken by the is a student at the Dead orFioida. J
'I
At If MU.. TOMMY HORNER Kissimmee.Mrs. couple and they will reside in !i .
Lonwoodto [ SSL to The Sunday Sent.nel'-Star! Phillip Mueller and two Class TuesdayS Wed R. D. Battern Today .
KISSIMMEE-Mrs. -- ;-;
-
to The Arthur McConnell -[children of Woodbury. N. J, arrived ua-l
S&y Sent nel S. l .
orlLONOWOOD
entertained at her home here this week to visit her ( to The Sunday Sent:net-S or] [Speed to The Sunday Sent;nel.Star delabra with white burning tapers 1 "ASPHALTIUlIEI ft CORK TILE '
At Christ's Thursday with a party in honor of parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ruic. ST. CLOUD-The first class of SANFORD At a double-ring against a background of white
Church communion service will be her sister Mrs. Phillip Mueller, : Mrs. Mueller will spend several the sewing unit will be held in ceremony at the First I I gladioli fern and palms. The i i LINOLEUM AND BROADFtlT flOOR COVERING f
observed today. at 9.30 ajn. i who is visiting from New Jersey. weeks here before returning to her I Christian bride will be given in marriage by'! :
Ret. Mark Carpenter asj! Invited guests included the home, but the children will spend the Home Economics room of the Church this afternoon at 5 pin. her father. : tr WILLK 8 WRIGHT TILE CO
will be on Mmes. George Y. Bast. Al M. Cody.I' the entire Summer with their i high school building Tuesday. Miss Esther Miriam Speir. daughter Miss Speir has chosen ,
t vacation during JuK I Robert for her f 120 Orlando HMM. III' :
1' Cody Walter Paulk Frank grandparents. There will be home management of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. costume a suit of white Summer XlUHsJL f
A daily Vacate Bible School ':Kelly. Homer Yontz Milton Whid- I' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson I classes also. Mrs. J. M. Thompson I wool with white -.c:.: __ ....
will begin at the Baptist : den. A. R. Hooten, Irlo Bronson I and daughter Patricia of Altoona.I!is the instructor. r Spear will exchange marriage of white accessories carnations and a
Church i : corsage at her
Monday with Mrs M. N. Purson'In Albert Bearden. J. S. Ruic and. Pa.. spent the past two weeks here : The V.FW. Auxiliary met Wednesday vows with Robert Donald Batter shoulder.. Her only attendant
charge Miss Jane Bast. as hou&guests of Mr. and Mrs. with 28 members: present. I son of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Bat- Miss
i I' Dorothy Carter. will wear an l
Mary Catherin- Gray has 'I Mr. and Mrs. George Y. Bast I I Scott Norris. '(Mrs. Wilma Kilburn was ejected\ tern of Daytona Beach. r aqua suit and a corsage of pink OJ
re had a small of friends in Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Rice and
group
turned' from !as a delegate to the National Con- rosebuds. Delmar '
Flort'
Rev. V. H. Grantham win Battern. brother
a State -
Univerf per-
Friday for I! ;
supper and bridge. Mr, and Mrs. Jess Simpson and i vention. I
,
aft Those enjoying the affair were Mr.|I children. Sandra and Jackie all Mrs. "Sally Coates Mrs. Ida form the simple ceremony under I of the groom will attend Mr. ,' The First National Bank
Pat : Battem. ,
Blankensh-p.: U in Kent and Mrs. Al Mrs.I 1 visited the lights of tan standing Traditional nuptual' As
Ohio. Cody. Dr. and I of West Collingswood. N. J. White and Mrs. Laura B. Hayes can-: music win be rendered a 'Community Service
|Jack Preston. Miss Valeria Horde here last week with Mr and Mrs. throughout :
attended the department convention Furnishes the Correct Time '
I |
A birthday party was given Mrs. 'I the ceremony by Mrs. Evans
and Miss
Jane Bast. Gardner and Mr. and Mrs.
I George
... Car Lommler There I at Sarasota. Mrs. Haynes bride is the only daughter of Mrs. McCoy. Day or Night-Dial 2.1611
were con Mrs. Willard Brooks houseguestthis Charles Gaylord. '
test I was installed as president of District Stella Mann and the late Warren A reception for the two
and a frozen dessert with week of her mother, Mrs. Mildred ; Mrs Newton Norris returned I families
Florida.I!
of Mann
5. Department of St. Cloud. The bridegroom ,
cake was serred.' L. Jaco. was feted at a party home Tuesday from a trip spent in Miss Clairene Mann and Mal- is the nephew of Mr. and- I in win be held following the wedding THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK( AT ORLANDO
A stork shower was given In given by Mrs. A. E. Whaley at the Pittsburgh Pa. and California. ,colm Deason were married last Mrs. Perry T. Cockerham of Holo- Palms the and private%dining room of the Capitol a4 Svrpta 0.. Mina; DoflcnUTMBEB :
honor of Mrs. Bessie Johnston Pines arranged by Miss
home
Road.Wednesday. returnedto
Morgan at on Neptune Mrs. Willard Brooks
the library Sunday at Thomasville. Ga. The paw. They will reside here. Euclade Appleby. rtnciAL Dtrovir ronutra roaroaiTMtll
her home in Tallahassee Saturday -
Mr and Mr John McNamara Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Cody I after visiting her mother, f
hate returned from Washington. had as their houseguests Thursday. Mrs. Mildred L. Jaco. t
D. C. and New York. Mr. and Mrs. James Fowler of I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Piano and a
Charles B Searcy Jr. S 2-C West Palm Beach. Mrs. Fowler will | Mrs. Bertha Womack will leavei
k USN. son of Mr and Mrs, Charles be remembered here as Miss Jean i this week for a trip to Chicago and
r v Searcy has been graduated from Hughes daughter of Mr. and Mrs.i I then to California where they will f
Aviation Fundamental' School at Jack Hughes former residents of visit relatives. ; .

"t the Natal Air Technical<< Training I ;
:
Center JacluonTiileLongmood '
.- Card Club enjoyed Mrs. ] E. Lupfer EntertainsAt M ; .
:
tames at the home of Mrs. Florence _
, Sunderlin Saturday : .rSPECIAL PURCHASE ?7. ;

. tone Mrs.to Harriet spend Whitten the Summer Desch has In : Bridge-Luncheon Thursday ..::-,,. ""a' .- '

Firmington. MeMr [ISpeciol to The Sunday; Sentinel-Storl Gunn. Nelson Makinson. W. '
I and Mrs Maxflian Shepard. I KISSIMMEE-A bridge-lunch-I Prather. Miles Sharp. Holmes '. : : }: .I- 7'
owners of Longmood Hotel have eon was given by Mrs. J. E. Lup Prather John Colombo, Prator : -
returned from a visit to New York. I fer, at her home on Neptune Road I Gilbert. Charles Gaylord John / \ f f AsG t
Thursday. Davis. Bill Seel. C. H. Summers. ; :_ SHEER COTTON .
'I Guests were invited for bridge at H. S. Geiger H. K. Jowers, E. C. 4-4 .
t Mrs. Guest 10 am. with a luncheon served at Grissom Jr. Jack Young. M. E. ':
1 p.m. High score for the morn Eldridge. Lester Irey Albert Bear- Y +!" t 'w r>, i1fu ., r : tcc
r I ing was wonby Mrs.George Gardner den. Dick Lawson. R. R. Sessions. .
F Feted BySewing second by Mrs. Miles Sharp Jack Preston. Rufus Suhl M. W. bA
Mrs. Charles Overstreet. Roy Prentis J. E. Lup- :
and third by Gay- j / '
, lord, with Mrs. Charles Jo fer Jr., George Gardner and her 2 r ; ).; I1VL4.JTttlNJ
i I Club low. houseguest Mrs. Ray L. Rice, Mrs. '- S. [
I Other guests included the n'l'n'l'I Scott Norris and houseguest Mrs. t .
[Seer.e f f TV* Sindoy $*m.r*, Sir1' R. Elmo Griffin. W. Glenn Charles Johnson and Mrs. Ethel .
t NEW SMYRNA BEACH-The Cecil Norris Ellis Mickler. J. Lupfer. luncheon guest. : .
Rebecca Sewing Club entertainedat zP $2.95 -
I
a kitchen shower for Mrs. Robert 2-

Quest a bride of several Miss Doris Avantario Leaves r -
}! months, ai the home of her
; ther-in-law. Mrs. Robert IDO-I 4

t Friday Mrs night Michael Detloff. South DeLand to Make Home in Miami The best value were' had in many a day. Sheer, fine cotton I

Rimside Drive will leave next (Special to The Sunday SenJnel! {-Star sting his brother and sister-in-law.

with%ftk relatives for a vacation in New of Jersey six weeks DELAND-Doris Avantario left Mr.yesterday and Mrs.for I Valdosta.. Tucker Irvin.Ga. left He ;T-\\ k., short sleeve sport shirts... Expertly made, full cut and (

Spending the weekend in Miami yesterday for Miami where she will stop in DeLand during Julyen .
art Mrs Ira Cooper and her son will make her home with her sister route to Miami where he has .-.
ZHiworth Blair of Gainesville Mrs. and bro er-In.law. Mr. and Mrs. accepted a position with the Uni- h ... ,-- roomy. Five beautiful colors-cream, gray, tan, green
Blair has been spending the past Ernest Sturrup. versity of Miami.
reek In Miami with relatives. t Mr and Mrs. MorriS Culpepperare t nh
Cliff Carl of
and Mrs. Flint.
Mrs. Theo Jernigan and Mrs. R. Mr. leaving today for Bessemer and maize. Small medium and
large extra large.Doorway
R. Vrooman will be cochairmenfor : i Micru are spending the weekend Ala. where they will spend a weekas $ a r .
the Ro Morris Day visiting friends here. the guests of Mr. and Mr. Jud- f
ttcn planned' by members telebra-I Mrs. Victor Fleishel is seriously son Looney. former DeLand resi- ...-;:'- .
Eastern Star for August in at her home on Julia St. dents. ,
Frank McCormick worthy Mrs'l Lurlayne Mercer is in Daytona i Celebrating birthdays Saturdaywere .
of the chapter has Beach as the guest of her sister Aleda Dixon. Dorothy V. \ I '
Mrs. A. W. Chisholm. and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Boggs. Gene Henegar and Mrs. i
City who has been seriously HI In Watts Bracey. Lyles Griffin. f
the FEC Hospital in St. Augus 1 1 Mary Lou Nahm. student nurse Today's greetings go to Lewis J 4' .
tine, has returned to her ,home ;i at St. Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville Cook. Bob Lipscombe. Richard R.
her*. is expected home for the I Hogle Barbara Ann Whitley '
:, Mrs. C. E. Heyward.. Glencoe I weekend. Douglas Cameron Wood and Sibyl t\4"JS\ :
who has been a patient In the Wellington Steennan, who Colegrove. -
u
Bunny South Hospital yesterday' been Ill is reported recovering has'i Monday will see T. West Bar- a
was taken to & nursing home in isfactorily. bara Brundage. Alberta Hogle. W. -
Daytona Beach. Tom Pattillo Is spending the I I Frank Jones. Teddy McGraw and ._ ......:. '4;.'":" to a Man's World '.. !\ .

weekend Planning In to Atlanta.spend the Fourth of Wally Drumb add,another year. '>;-, :, : _:.ttJ f't: : ;: :. .-. r ,

i July. weekend who in will Miami be the is RobertW. :' :-: : ; :;
riLl'I Lowe guest of 7 '
his fiancee Miss Florence Fleisch f ; L : .
er and her parents. t : % -i *"bJ- .
Mr. and Mrs.Thomas Spasianoand 1 vs5s;;
I two children. Louis and Timmy J*,. ** =!& ... .,- .,, ., .

fFLORlDfJ visiting of Bedford Mrs. Spasiano's Hills N.sister Y.. and are < CJ "" : > : \ -;<;1.: C ":::k .'- 7'I '

brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bar- } 0:', .: : :
rett CaldwelL ',' --..f ii 'i .",;, t:. : ;.
Charles Irnn. who has been via- *'
wwmSERV&iC : ; ; } :.

I,i Ministers li :; :i. t. ;: ': .

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, -fr ,JACKSONVILLE Wives Feted r ..,, .".

: '- .TALLAHASSEE '. J :, -
j A Sport Cap .ith Mngt point.
! -) .LAKE CITY At Supper + I ", <:: : ._ old son gaggle* attarhH| a4Justs e
,. '-,; ,_ : ;;;; '..;. U any heafeiu fr neaer
t -fr ..GAINESVILLE.OCALA _. I
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If HELEN SNODGRASS ; : 'i 'jQ -' women Frtm the SfwrUmaa
(Spec 01 to The Sunday SentinelStartENTERPRISERev.S ] -" '; ," -
f -> : ,_ : ; ;: A Shop.
and Mrs. .
.1 ., '.
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$3.50
t -> .PALATKA R. T. Caldwell formerly of Tav- "
i ares were welcomed as the pastor
-4 ST. AUGUSTINE and wife of the Barnett Memorial >
Church and honored along with '
-
-E .DELAM) Rev. and Mrs. Thompson formerly Llb :% -
[ -) .SA.VFORD of Perry and now at the :Florida # 't -.,
i Methodist ChUdren's Home:!, at a Striped seersucker robe

-fr .ORLANDO annex covered Wednesday.dish supper at the church I $8.95 s ,.. x r .,' _

Following the supper. Rev. and
f Connenblglib Mrs. Thompson. Rev. and Mrs,

II11+!>l| Airlines Serving Caldwell Episcopal and minister Rev.,Leroy were Lawson.all introduced Leather sandals with leather or "- _._ "
[ the World Rev. Emil I .
by Gilman robber sole,. .. .
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Mrs. Calvin Granger who is visiting ::i, L.
A
$4.
her parents here and .
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By BOB HAYES Rap 1 I Home Runs PaveJ


Tile American Lesion stands to cut a fair melon out of The 1947 All-StarGame Lineups.

I bo7it their ring shows continue to meet with the box InNinfhGivesBraves I 5-2 Win

fun exhibited at the fight last I ; Way to
Ato t;' .*4 approval opening ) 1 ,

w.. TlMcVs every reason to believe these fights will

e = :::v to meet popular approval, simply because boxing .. '

... ..is MAMMY to Doug Barnes a local product and becausej 5-4 Game ;-_ r---4 4 '" ForNewYorkersPHILADELPHIA

.j ,. ... kv*! bw to bring good fights here. ,.- : r .

J BH MM ihto I tight business; gets too far along here's a couple '\
,1 BOSTON rAP A long single by. '
TAPl 1'1II'
.1 .taM Utto MoMna would like to pass on sw

ftf4i Lct'" lute the City Boxinc Commission par more attenlfe Earl Torgeson. Boston's rookie f i York Yankee matnUBMel UN*

I .. U the writ ht> .! fifhtm. There were some of the fighters first baseman with Iwo out in the torrid pace in the Aa..-.
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..**. f4>*&l. *f nfemaUhrs. It is the commission's duty to prevent :'third base with the winning run George McQuinn Atfeietto aDd ft-1 TeaMf M ';t

a Hf amihic an opponent U-%' pounds heaurr, particularly down. I yesterday, enabling the Braves to ...., < Henrich betted aH .
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beat the Dodgers. 5-4. ..dOt "
hi I.d.shep.undseeunt. j avehtev
Randy Ournpert IM
.Mptf: OIIIIC the finest things the American Legion could do ; Hank Behrman. tolling in relief. :Mize Verban Miller Elliot Slaughter IL Walker D. Walker W.catcher'McQuinn Cooper on dwln of the sea.os wttfaMt--

pitched himself out of trouble I firstkase second base shortstop third_ _t _base leftfield centerfield. ... rightfleld defeat t"
{ Mi MMlM laMaa1 siLL out of this fight game-since they have aftttvqgbooM -
II when the BraveS filled the basesi
the promotion business-is to take about one per It was the twelfth t444M Hi !.
nthe but couldn't get
eighth
ol Hot from fight it into special boxing 14 games for Barky Hirrfc' e.|o -'
' cr* aot fate every put a past Torgeson in the final frame.
fit and them flirts ad
!.S; .tart. awl UM it toteiy in equipping and training amateur! kept a 51
Walter Lanf ranconi, fourth half games in frtnt .f the &... .
t =to} f > tfc.. we* and in staging free amateur boxing exhibitions
oBston hurler. the first ton Red SOL
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rtoj to UM L.gonAre&. By doing this ue could a long
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heacr his ..
McQuinn
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.. triumph his major league ua ....
voj. 4i4 pMiiiloH the lOOK that s laying the golden eig.I career. of the season. PM the Ti.....

I T. a 4-0 first 1&aI&c.; .... ...

Dr. R. )i. (tD.tJ Iluntlry, Central Florida's not the State's The game smarted as. a hurling rich had walked aM .fee :fllfris

j -,Vo. I kMaa. hi. used to catch Shoeless Joe Jackson back in the duel between Red Barrett and singled ahead of G<. ... .......
Ralph Branca. Both retired for
Uar* iliff.... J.fUea was pitching semi-pro ball in South Carolina. i SEW ISIS IA) PMi*",:* ?g
fifth
pmchitters Barrett in the
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J..... 3lore ef \\icter Garden formerly in the big time as aHttor. I after tQ-run homers by Johnny $4ia..lb5I2BL., 14 4

r' played ndcr Eddie Dyer. Cardinal at Wheeling, Ka.wli'f 4314 1 : I
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'' Gordon Boudreau Kelt Williams J. Di Iaggio
I tar, h a nephew of Tampa Smoker Mrr. Cuccinello. BROOKLYN (N) BOSTON (N> )1Qida..81lI4'.E Is
)/' Tony .11 II I first base second base shortstop third base leftfield centerfield rlghtfield catcher ,.,.....". IIt.l.. SI
K..rt. CoUta, \.4M a Harden .( the Palatka Daily News has slapped I srb.sNtky.2b SSi4R.e..tf 41551 r a a I Bart 4l1SS.. IIlI t.j
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Curly" on Bill Steinecke. affable pilot of the De- I.km *Jo IfBchrauD 4I1XM.M'i..d111I X H '
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Cubs Two Million Fans Voted Cooper Duo I ........ I
JVIJIe.cr 5 tIS 1 1 3 Z .1)1.'ITIIII.... 45111 4 1 I 12 1 Wallop Nearly ; ...... ; :

t Syd II trleo r. presUent of the Leesburg Pirates has come up Je"-.a 41114R7... 41 SI I '; ..- .,

J f .... s. of till fBMOt food-mill building stunts the Florida State Reetee Hofeeac I.35214C501rJ.a I 1.1M": ... 35131 I. 1 S I Pirates Twice In Nation-Wide All-Star Contest : Shines In 1-54 T43ab_ 54 tw ....... b..... iil ." .

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lie's starting Wednesday a series of "Good Neighbor" nights I I1Il.t.p. aL1wWIa I IS5S CHICAGO [rAP] The starting lineups for the 14th an- '5YM. _

.. Pirate fans from surrounding Lake and Sumter County iJlooadllr.P 11151WI.pp 6-2 and 6-5 Giant Victory puis I.nyI. IE!
)I. 51555 nual All-Star game at Wrigley Field July 8 were announced '-. Mrfeotrtant ...... P*
ton A. each town b recognized starting with a "Bushnell ".... 11111lIss ballot- ,! IS: ...... L ..... ......
MtMledaetday.. the fans of the recognized town will be admit- !, ........ I. I I I1 CHICAGO API The Chicago I yesterday when final tabulations were completed on I NEW YORK [lAP] Mort Cooper ;: T*. taw Mk. ..... M. *. MAHrtft. ......
----- ----- the nation's baseball fans.A Ba iMSi '
ted free oa that night and entitled to sit in a special reserved 'etaIa. n 4 W UI T M* *S tiTMx Cubs won two games from the ing by won his first game in a Giant 1; = 5.4 ? & .... t:! !
section.Lettbwi. -iv* SNI yesterday as : .
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( stands third now in league attendance', with 29482 paid -'twk-. ttKl out for for BMfcx Band to ta 7(1e.imI.l Mb 2 and 6 to 5. ending a four-game by 193 newspapers and radio sta-C Yorkers slammed Al Jurisich for ;: lie.... L ... V s r .....;
losing streak. IISE '- __ f. ....... ..... 3
aJaaftoK r ;.; through tart Monday night This is a substantial increase br fw imtfgsRroaklyB Calkr; ta fthXrsre Russ Meyers. 23-year-old rookie I tlons in 42 States and the District I IJ I IBr 16 hits including three home runs .1; 3.a.l aM T... I '1. ...*.,J1L .
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otr' UM ooocwraoie. 1948 figure of 20619. And such gestures of Bo.ii __ _._._ __ ____ 'NI U W tt e! -1.1-1-4 hurled an eight-hitter in his first .J of Columbia. The following are I II Detroit Nails for a 14-6 victory over the Philadelphia :

FpftcfeUon M U *-Good Neighbor" nights will pay off hand- &'nin-I rr_ C.Der Boot bailed 1.- start of the season to take the their choices who under a pre- Phillies. I

MflMto *t w f.te far Hertenc and the Pirates In the future, too. .....- :. Htlkce 2. Tvrtaaa 2, LObe 1, opener. Three double plays helped I Sid Gordon. Millard Marshall I I
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agreement
M. MtCmalct. T Uto-Been t. Bmeil.Elliutt and Walker Cooper slammed four : Giants Protest
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him The Cubs
TOIl''. Oomt m-Jnts..u. Wilkrt.TorfCMO. over rough spots. ;;J
Rex Thro.* fleet OrUndo centerfielder. Is the only rookie listed I_ kuc-Hoff. s4f1.-B.ngt. presented Myer with an early lead .I and National Leagues will v/nies,6-3 baggers for the Giants. ;,
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..wag the F L'a Up It hitsmen. although Ty Braziel. another Senator I.M._- Mrfvnrick.LH1 M kMO I'n-Braoklm bU vUj-$.Hotmn BwMi tm 1*.T BMM r*:; I when Harry "Peanuts" Lowrey play at least the first three innings / i sixth Walker inning Cooper's and enabled came him In the to Phil 'Strategy'NEW

rookie. h .Hl from baJU-rtf Branca 4. on BHmaa :. art Bfntt blasted a homer. The Pirates : I
only away Throop. according to Thursday
tie the record of home
2 art Beealf7 S. tit karl L IItnork.-n- jumped to a quick 4-1 lead in the .1 seven runs
OdBlght figures. Throop had a 405 mark: Braziel. 404. I by Brut t. Hit*-eff Br..... JUT Imlnd. AMERICAN LEAGUE DETROIT lAP The Detroit in six consecutive games set by : YORK ( API HflfM.

I Ed Levy Saaforo pilot last year Is still Toronto's clean-up batter. off off Btatlei Btlmao 1 4 IB to 1 IL off Karl off I Bamtt U 1. off S IB lutfraaront 5.- Borowy nightcap with when three'they routed runs in Hank the: b-Joe Ib-G.ort Gordon.MeQninn.Clercland See York__uu____ ..322.2323t Tigers posted their second straight George) Kelly with the 1924 Giants.It Stoneham. president of ... lt*

Gay Ferkila. State outboard racing champ. has moved to Or-. I I in L Wlnotnf pitthor: LanrranronLInlni fourth. > Gcon* Kell. Detroit ___ ____n__ .329 win over the St. Louis Browns'yes- was Walker's 16th of the sea- I York Giants, incouact' ytwiudif
-Loll Boodremn Cleveland .348 ]
Undo from Tampa. Bill Aim No. 2 Stetson Is .Urher-BfbnutL r..plrftlaaerhrtll.Blnanfa __ son. he would file a formal .cenpliiHwith
: ,. BOQ University Hrnitne and Smut. Timt-J:N. (FIRST CAME) rt-Buddr Lewli. WMhlnttoa .293 terday as they pummeled Jack
Interested la booking Softball games with teams in this area most &ttndaltt'e-1U30 (pjldl PITTSBURGH (N) I CHICAGO (N) U-Ted Wim m*. Boston __ _u_____ .293 I PHILADELPHIA IN) I NEW YORK rl Ford Trick. pmMaot .* fe
I .1,15.1 sIPISs M-Joe Dttftftio New York ______ .324 Kramer for four first-inning funs : 55,5 55 .5,5.5 National League aeaiat 4y. Bn
and day .1 the noeL They'll play home daytime at the old Yew.aa.IIII4jRgsib/ ( 121143.1br.s5. i
games (11I,11 4 111 *|JotaeoaIk 5511 I e Buddy Rout! Ph11lc1tlphfa51 -
RIk.nt.rf 111211L.sr'i.5b 35314Gt11ib and went on to win 6-3 In the |I IllISBarra.: 5324 Chapman of the Phitte* tar tfcf
DtLand ? AS.rpLsy on the road at night.
I Hogan Prances KincrirGreenbitk 4I11ItP.5s.41S1cM4.41111 31131 Ib-Johnny NATIONAL Mize. New LEAGUE York ______ .324 second of a four-game series. j Walker AdamuT.cf I 353 21Mb-.1b 55Ib-rtd 11211 41154Tab1.zb t latter's conduct in ycMcfterl I***

.. .1 II T xsswrrtsse 31545Wt.kd Jo-Emil V< _________
Is 36 Bob Elliott. Boston .328
Miami New I 1 1 1 4'Pal ..*..if I I a 1 I Eaiuo.ir I I I J 1\.C_.. 45315 contended Cka !
Appoints Hnotelle S 4 1 5 .tt"I SRa.hnkLb3I2IRkk.rt1l **-Eddie Miller, Cincinnati __unu .261 banished from the game in the :GIIItmJI. Ill1IGo.d..V! 41145
Into Lead In __ .. made fart .! the ee'test
4515 rt-Dixie Walker Brooklyn -- -- .284 La.knot a.IkPadgett 4 I I I I(1al.t.35( I t 1 I I man a
City Boxing Commission .RIIIleU 1IIII.Myctj 41313 If-Enos Slaughter. St LouIs ______ J41 second Inning after he protested I .e 45111134.C.c ,,., 41511ve.iss.m which the maw ..i
ef Harry _____ .343
Roe, ie.ie, Walker. Philadelphia -I I I I 1J
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Chicago -----1 1 1TiXila ----- decision Bill Summersand I Jurbes.p 4 1 la the kuHpea white A! f
by Umpires
I O Dinner yesterday appointed anew 9'' J! 2 .:1 'I! Total. U. 4 tt 11a The Chicago Tribune which 21 _____ Jorisich. Qvaker hurler. wu bee
S -J fm-mun City Boxing Commission 4'- Joe Rue. General Tetab J4 4 'J fTotak: 54141427 IPhiladelphia
-lined iDt..Me piaj for Baantkl la 5thpc sponsored the poll In co-operation Mgr. Billy j
rAP Ben Hogan ,, __ 414 Ins an- 4N lag pounded an Ttr fbI M ky
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__ stations said the total ballots cast I Error: 5.4*,. Rigs, batted ta: Cearbait X
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1 zoomed. into the three-quarter LMazo the umpires that the Bengals were [ nun W. Chapman conteattM.. was MM!
new board consists of W. Y. Limn: ome. Ron batted ta-Honli. LowrarNictolMi with cast in Z. UoTde J- kert Mtor Taker *
.' ram Btembler. 39: T. J. Galatis.J mark lead of the $15,900 Chicago I II i. Pmlliii oii. Rk-keit i Tvo box compared 500,000 completing the under tonvr i. Labrke.. K. Cooper 2. Mtuet Ma'aaJj with a doubleheader timfct ..
I Victory National Golf Tourney Mi>-Pafke. ......... Iteotloke. Hoootl BOOM rat ,1933 when the Tribune and 54 game protest 2. AlbrKM Tw. kaio bib: Geo<*an. Eat?
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t- *J! Clyde Crabtree. 41. former Tabor M Cooper That two kk, KKarr BOOM today he had no ,..... .**
-Loony Vocftfteo-LMmy pMoMe piara-Star* other conducted a
yesterday with a 54-hole aggregate I .. newspapers nan: .1:>>.... Gordon w: Cower. Varoil. able for relief duty
F; 14a slid great: Robert E. Cook. Iran 10 JaissIs Rtrken Pafko 1..y I .
of200. a rousing 13 under par.Hogan's Mejer to 5tigo. Lef'1"1"1" I.CbIc.z. coast to coast poll to determinethe IT. LOUIS fA) I DETROIT (A) !'..... Alkrirtt. SacrlfiorIL .
44sne Shim Carlson. surge put him five f. Rue oo kofje-.off Mryer S, off Boo starting lineups for original lirbIs br'SIS play: apr Km ... Uioc. ten oo.. bssa1J'IIIM.IeIpSIs The tortoise dx .Itpue
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I D&t.E5.35 $1251iL.N 11155IsIasIf 4. >rw Tork a. Booco WHO:
1 oft Stwtll L Stturk eejt Meyer *
iIi.rtr 5500.000 people strokes ahead of Sammy Snead i I 4. RI-.fl Roe S la 23 or Ibgi. ,IoFFeII flbeeU Ail-Star game. I I J I S51'bIlb I I t S ISryAa. U. Cooper i JoriMc 4. Rrtrkmoa. H. C.atat teeth but its laws are eeseredw4' iI
are em- .
Jim Ferrier and Ellsuorth The only teams failing to be I I 1 'i\\'onaJI I J I :J I I. tartark t. ralieU: Padptt. l.o>resrbaelii :
Vines ( 4 la > 2-5 wIld pttrh-Roe L.s.gp.IsTKn ( sharp beak-hie piaui .. II Up
pied' in motor trucking fields In *54(58 211S15.IIWif: 41231: Barltck aa4 Gere. Tiaw Ui Atua4ante -
all knotted at 205. 1 t'.P.-. ("nUo and KonOon. represented in the starting lineup .
41131EIso.! ( 31551 : Ir.m paxL cutting edges.
it- United states or one in Time ::U. Attwll4tln-18. (eoUoutcd
every : Tied at 206 six. strokes behind were the Chicago White Sox and I lklLJIo 4 S Ill .:)(.( t I I 1 2HItle'.25
1P 8 .orteN.t I 2 t 1 2 1 35134 .
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\ Johnny Revolta. I II PITTSBURGH.ltl.sI(N> I! CHICAGO..5,5,5eS (N) League and the Chicago Cubs and i Kt..p 21144WIS.p s ss1s'IlS 4
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I fromHampton ,1 i .If 41X41: : ,! .. 41115 Joe DiMaggio of 'the Yankeeswas u352413'T.ls 295127 Going
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who trailed "' 4 241 with a 782.194 total.Edwards' lit __ ___ __ .. 54Illl-5
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I Man X. ridlokiao: X. T.s-ba. 5415-IsUlse.r. for the Holidays?
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hole mark I LebMr. Lake Jlottto. Ba.4ltkMI
136 Wnlff! I -c
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to a 74 yes- "' :.. _44444)Total ___ _1) ______ Ktfl; Koll to Ma* to roJIeoMno. Left .oo. booto- : ... a.-4mN
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terday for a < '. \ 1. oft W5i. 3. off Onrodra 4. tnrk *9tkr I t

deadlock by UiAlFigS'_ ___, _... 441 W4 441- WMM 1. 05 OTfnoir 1. Hfs off Wilt* I
207It PI't.booralt h I* t X-t Itwinrt oR oteraiiro o l Is T 1-J. oft : Does beach wardrobe need
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White Sox Bran t hi t burning P)1-4Ba11t5. lottnt I
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under par 213 for the three j=. DalleuaBdrn :. Toree- I I wide selection of beach
bUS bIb--BUISSI Pafko. Rome row-Klner Z. CLEVELAND tAP A two-run wear.

rounds but Herman only a trio Kaiser.of 203s.Dick including p.rirb-J.I 1 w Rkkert_. Double; morgotioi' plart to-Joononi lekpooa toBlkert MKitrltoe homer by Hank Edwards in the I Baseball's Big Six I Ia. I V

I :Metz and Jackson Bradley of Chicago ; Gaatine to Baoimkt to Fterker, Loft .. third inning yesterday carried the
HOW WE DOIN. POP?-Ben- bSS'-PIttSbIEb 2. Oik-aa: Barei oo balloon Cleveland Indians to their third ( y the Atsociatcd! Press)
appeared to have a fighting Rahr .. trark oat-or Rononr 1. or Lade 4. Three Leaden la Each Lncue) Beach Robes of washable cords
ny Owen, Louisville, Ky., threatin I' chance to overhaul Hogan. Or Bahr I, b* Roe 1. Rita-off s.-. T toJ straight victory over the Chicago Player .... Club ab r It pet.
Boudrtaa Indiana 31 181 28 63 .348
J-3 lantati. eft Lade 1 ta 5 1-3. off SaleS White Sox. 3 to 2. '
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the Southern Amateur Golf Walker. Phllfiea 60 217 30 75 .346Halt.
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Grouped at 209 were Al Smith. a S t'S. off Welrr I IB J J. offRoellall-3. and .8.9s.-.16.S0:
': The White Sox were handcuffed Reds .____ 5$ 226 34 77 .341 terrycloth .._
mid PIu-EIB. WlMilm Lad* Loiinx
Tournament starting there Danville, Vsu, Lloyd Mancrum pitcher Slant-liter Cardsu 61 220 33 75 .341
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11 rfeer-Woiff. roipirw-Cotdoo. *- oodGoeu. ; by Don Black for eight innings,
June 17 stuffs his small and Ed FurgoL Lawson Little I K.I1. Ttcera ------59 223 23 74 332
son Ti..13. Attmda3it11.Jet I then_ broke loose in the ninth. J DlManlO. Tank 61 231 44 76 329: .
and cooled to a 74. falling 10 strokes Luke led off with walk Runs Btttod InNatiotnal
Steve in his golf bag starts Appling a
I IA" off the pace with 210. Tied with and Jack Wallaesa hit a home run I Lo 9u I American League Beach Set [Beach Shirt and Swim ,J.
round. This Steve'sfirst
a practice is top Amateur Johnny Barnumat Pilot SetFor'Retirement Cooper Giants DiMaccio Yankees 42
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CHICAGO A) CLEVELAND (A)
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\I4d.u i tournament last year. [AP Leading money-winner Jimmy 1'hI1, .ef. 4 I II1t.eilfn.1f: 4 S I S I Cooper.*. Pirates Giants 16 Williams. CN' Demaret, knocked himself out of Az.pll.g.s I I t I SEd.rdsif 4. 1 2 I >
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the running with a big 75 and a I
g1o. 01 pat Ir, $9755 I 214 winner of this year's Kentucky rer'.11I ssiss8.sa..m 11121 ,, -
total with five others-Bob I Kowwdy.ifIl2llG..ds.lb 11114 Beach Shirts [ cloth
Acs U tfcnftt.at tu DROP STALLCUP Hamilton. Henry Ransom Art Derby has been permanently retired I illrIs.5.2b 4 I I S ,4K,5,3s: ;; S I I 2 1Dt.krya terry long
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Keiser of Louisville. K.. and yesterday ...... .2.95k
nati Reds announced here yesterday Cary I I I I 'BI. I 5 I 1 I
Delaware Park. .
Middlecoff. C.ldor.U.p sIll lasaa.p SIllS
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Winner at Inglewood had such weak leg* that he could (",_1..... ____ 11211154.-S ,- I Pi.Acs i-u irIAIRCONDITIONED '
T was obtained by the Reds from ; not stand the rigors of hard training Ernon-Appl11I1. eamrl. Baa ltattetl 15-
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sociation. I kee Valor. noted as a sprinter rana next Spring. 8.11_.. Edvanfc. Dmblo p Ur -K"""*"? .oYork
smashing distance race yesterday : Baker M Vlrhatls' t* T.'. Cornray toriooiitut : 'alt&z'Clothier ?
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and upset the highly favoredOn to 1t.1I. : .. to Com IT t Bobtaooai i
I Babe Ruth 'Doing Well'NEW Left oo b.MI.-CbIage 4. CTereUal '1. 7 BARBERS
i KILL HIS Trust in winning the $25,000 Bates o. 1U-off Black IIff )[11... L
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: FLEASTorment : before 38,741 fans. undergoing a checkup at a hospital Rroro T Is I '-III. oft Caldwoa. 4 I. 1. off .I
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On Trust the 4-5 betting choice. I was reported as "doing J 4 la t 1101..... PIIC15T-B1IC5. IMina oitchorCimo.

t, tal..s trftlt. .'in INS BicycleI Dust: finished a 'length and one-half well" yesterday. Ruth who entered I r.*..-Borer. Hubbard.. and rsaurella.Tia A. L. Dickinson Prep I 206 N. Orange Aye -
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with Stepfather third in the eight a serious neck operation last .

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WASHINGTON [ A P 1 Denny scored Johnny Pesky and Sam

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WHIZZER MOTOR SALES Sold by Feed, Seed and Boston Red Sox held the Wash- Boston battered Pierettl and

ington Nationals to four hits yesterday Candini for four more runs in the

OF flOfilDA INC Hardware Stores. for an 8 to 0 victory.It I: ninth on two walks and singlesby FOR BUSINESS OR PLEASURE

PatentedWILLIAMS' was the second game the 35- Pesky. Bobby Doerr. Eddie Pel- f

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CHEMICAL CO. week he left the St. ,BOSTON I'A I WASHINGTON (Al at Government Under
f lelasda. f1erWa MiMTACTTRERS Louis a Browns.since i I'I Waieiif .1I'.aa:5lSlY.i.I' aIIr..a 45555' i Training Expense G.I. Bill of Rights. Primary ;

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Boston battered Sid Hudson 3 i 4 oiirenoB.it. 3" I la I31.5cf .
ORLANDO .
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The Red Sox clustered two runs GsI'bo.ijSSIZIR.b.s.p. 5I5I1 Subsistence Payments While -Training
URoBortooaFmttLf II' 4 4t
I in the first inning capitalizing \ bliss I

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NEt' .I.I'f Saints Blank Orlando; G-Men Drop DeLand



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N. scheduled entertainment I in the out-of.doors :Orlando, Florida June 29, 1947 arjr Sitntoij !'tntintl- tttr Page 9l

.**... the July 4th rodeo at Kissimmee when it can, I Light Failure Gainesville
comes I
,
t* potential interest. I I [ !pameson Sets Rosemary Buck

Aetaa14y this ,
ilk known outdoors, cowboy,' roping-and-ridingl Cuts Contest i Pounds DeLand

feattses II Jew dose as attention.Remt4eb4T the "Silver. Spurs' It i I, Miami Star Win !


...NaaU.llab...: made The lUulmm" rodeo Is sponsored b1 a DODJonl !'To T 3. Tourney Pace Doubles Title I

.p .f ranchers cowboys aDd cowgirls I; Seven InningsThe f For 5-1 5 1 Triumph
N I.s a (ff. "clly ic-kn" Ttho lire In Kissimmee GREENSBORO. C. (TAP Professional CINCINNATI JAP1 Marta Bar- I

It lIMn Betty Jameson set ]I' nett of Miami Fla.. and Rosemary
!II
wk will a surplus of money left from the rodeo admissions1M Saint Augustine Saints J pace yesterday in the third round i, Buck of Rollins College. Winter I ISoe'GI! 'c Tae SJ 7> ;...........StlrJOAINES'ILLE11w
be used' toe a worthy. civic c..use. No one b grinding scored an unofficial but apparent I of the $7300 National Women'sOpen i .....
Hf saes down K1Aa4mmee-way.: This Is Just a good-natured. oldJI.llhlUd. 7-0 seven-inning victory over the Golf Tournament with a Park yesterday: annexed the first I O-Men drew within a..fetf*galp.

dl.-Io-n.ture.. joyous affair which every one should b, Orlando Senators here last night I two-under-par 74 for a 54-hole title of the 46th annual Tri-SUte i! of second place by ." 1r"
+R ...... seen this era of over-civilizaUon. this In a game halted at the end of T total of 225. Tennis Tournament. a 5-1 thumping to seeded .

M tlMi M: b\1M M becomlnl so complex and difficult nerve-wracking age seven and one-half Innings by: Tied at second place with totalsof They defeated Baba Madden DeLand here last nisM to ..
and down-
"- t. that many wtU power failure. 227 were three amateurs- Lewis of Birmingham, and Nancy: of a two-game sertea
II "eg twrth-w hilt! wonder if living in towns or- cities The Saints held a 10-0 lead at Sally Sessions of Muskegon. Mich.: Corbett of River Forest. EL. 6-4 The G-Man vtetary eeu ...

the snd of first half of the eighth I Polly Riley and Mrs. Estelle Law- and 6-2. in the women's doubles St. Augustine's 10-0 .......
hen two of the seven banks of 1 son Page. The best golf of the championship finals. i f Orlando. dropped DeLaM II
h get nit lnte the open we ace day was turned in by Peggy Kirk Here the for championship '
say and this magnificent Kist lights went out as the result of a are pairings full games behind the Sett*
Itsmtt rodeo! The ramous W* will be held at the Silver Spurs power failure that blacked out I who set a new course record for I ,finals in other divisions :
Arena boated women with a four-under-par%. scheduled for today '!
out in
the
country the street
on old St. Cloud Road. lights on W. Church St.
'tMI u bow the program should work out from Parramore St. west. Louise Suits dropped four Women's singles-Betty Rosen- Kovacs Van Horn .
: When I strokes off the pace and ended quest of Rollins College and South : ,
0. Thursday> starling al Pthe first show will be put on advised Orlando Bus.Utilities Mgr. John officials I ., I the third round in a tie for fifth Orange N. J, seeded No. 4.'S.. Enter Net Finals

at Uw SUn T Spur Artn New lights have just been installed and Ganzel of the Senators that the DOUBLE TROUBLE: Baseball oldies for the Philadelphia I with a total of 229. Betty Hulbert James of Miami :

llae seating a.MMrtlf Is now 3.100. There will be bp nc riding an power system could not be restored I Phillies/ Schoolboy Rowe, 35, left, and Dutch Leonard, 37, display Grace Lencyzk of Newmgton No. 3. singles-Billy Talbert. No. ,i ilien's PHILADELPHIA I API) T
rkhibitto.1 Conn, had 74 yesterday for a seeded Frank Kovaes dSaWdElwood
ko.
wn as the "square dance on horseback- by eight within a reasonable time, knuckle ball which has been good to them. Neither total of 229. Patty Berg defending ) 1. vs. George Pero of Miami. No. 2. Cooke. 61. .-.. 6-4,
Win .h. are members of the Silver Spurs organization and the game was halted by the um- has lost home this for No. 2.Men's. '
f a game season. Rowe's has been good champ was over par with a terday to gain the finals ec
plenty "_e. The plenty more includes for instance "wild cow pires. five duels Leonard's six in Shibe Park. 79 yesterday and nine strokes off doubles-Talbert and States professional fM
fiuVn.Z **" really want t4 ace! a reluctant bossie. just watch According to Ganzel and the the pace at 234. Peggy Kirk fired Morey Lewis of Birmingham. tennis tournament at the

this The r.w. are picked up en the range, their calves taken away umpires, it was announced that i the day's hottest round with a Pero and Richard Hart of Miami. I delphia Cricket CIu .
lr.m I he at-and then In the arena the cowgirls will prove that the game would go Into the record blistering 72 but was still well back Results semi-finals matches Welby Van Hern. euMittgd

there ..thing much meaner. than a wild range eow. -These cows I books as a complete contest terminating I Budge Patty Upsets Aussie at 236.Swim. yesterday: : i iMen's I Frederick J. Perry. Leatarten m.
with the end of the sev- singles-Talbert defeated I I '
6-3. 15.S in MM Mfter
0-6.
,
are
really Is .
mean the official word this
on point. enth No. 9
inning and with Saint Augustine Dean Mathey of Princeton ;

Bid riding-Just as dangerous as bull fighting-is also schedaJfd. winning, 7-0. No clear-cut Star in Wimbledon Singles Meet Held :, University, 6-1. 6-0 and 6-%. and I i semi-final, mata&DiMa99io
official: ruling was available how : Pero defeated Bill Mikulich of the '
Bal-dotilng of steers calf roping. roping cattle from jeeps At Winter Garden University of Michigan unseeded. '! Visit
ratter than from on horseback-an exhibition by beautiful Mildred ever.Whether seven or nine innings WIMBLEDON Eng. [UP] Gaiss Edward Patty dub- 6-4. 6-3 and 6-4. I Page

Mm. ?*? and her magnificent trained horse-these are all on the pro- though, it was undeniably a. Saint, bed Budge in his childhood because he moved so slowly, ISpe.: iol to The S-fldov Senfone:,Srot] Men's doubles-Talbert and I Critically III YouthPHILADELPHIA

twn. Tins as stated will be on the night of July 3 at the Silver Augustine victory. moved fast enough yesterday to produce the biggest upset WINTER GARDEN The first Lewis defeated Jack Collins and' (API'

Spun. Area on the old St. Cloud Road east from Kissimmee. in the Wimbledon Tennis Championships defeating John of a series of swim meets under Bud Igel of Cincinnati. 6-0 and t!Mariano Jr. U-'HI....
The Saints shoved across I the sponsorship of the Winter 6-1. and Pero and Hart defeated I
three runs in the second inning Bromwich, the No. 2 seeded Australian_ Davis Cup star, in I Garden Recreation Assn. was held I Andy Paton and Fred Otto of the I fan in critical condHtea M
rtcelrtd
On versity Hospital, a
Friday there will :
be a "city-slicker program- town. This and piled subse- at the Winter Garden swimming of
on more runs <0,a hard-fought five-set match. University Michigan. 6-2 and I' Jo
and Pif
from Joe
wtfl Imhtde a parade at 11 ajn.However DiMafto
quently to sail along behind In- 1 pool Thursday night. ; 75.
Playing with a severe cramp in
of the New York Yankees
for countrymen like ourselves, the morning program dian Jim Keteher's effective his which left'him I Although most of the rtgt
leg doubled
I up compeu-I day: and doctors saM tt a***! .*.r
weal ia tu4e some out-of-doors% features, out in the open and espe- three-bit pitching. Standings in pain in the locker room the tors had been given only Jacksonville Nine much to the boy: as "a* the p*.*
.ia% the Palomino horse show at 10 am., again in the Silver Spurs A base hit two walks and two curly-haired 23-year-old Los An- : weeks instruction. Judges and i iI icillin in the world

Arena It.* reported to us that possibly 300 of the finest Palomino double steals that worked becauseof FLORIDA Today's STATE Qamc LEAGUE geles player won by scores of 6-4. I some that the 150 competition spectators present was keen agreed and Shuts Out Fletcherto DiMaggio left Ms N>] w 4

hems' In the nation will. make an appearance on July Fourth. poorly executed cut-off plays ,ORLANDO at St. Autustiot.Ieeburg > 06,64,16,64. I good. watch as a gift to the taf. ,
gave the Saints their first three t at PalaUa I very ,Gl to't'-t tTeSor1
rr
both players left _
In the quarter-finals Patty join- RMUUIGlri :
Daytona Beach Sanford.
The same show that was presented Thursday at night will berepeated runs. Gainesville at DeLand at DiTitloa. < to 1 rears: PsrUint JACKSONVILLE-The American baseballs
.. the afternoon of July 4 commencing at 2 p.m.; and Tommy Hyde who had begun to ed Kramer Bob Falkenburc and Rim free style and test latter kick tI' National Bank tballers shut

the. third appearance will be at S p.m. Friday. All this at the Silver lose his control earlier, lost his Ten WL.rtt.St AMERICAN T.LEAGUE_ W. L Pet. ClV Tom into the Brown.round Brown of eight won his Friday way Und edge el Ream pool:). best Auilec floater D...and. best 111'.1' out Fletcher Motors of Orlando. READY FOR OFKNTR:

Spurs Arena temper at that point and the T.tfc JS .... ID.nit. :M M JM TKvtOT I while Kramer and I' BOTI Division. 6 to I Tears: FIT 1-0. here last night behind the GOSHEN, N. Y. API 'A
cause was lost. The league-leaders M 27 t7 |u4wrwh. 2131 .475 I'.. Falkenbnrf IVUB free sirle Catch Powell: brat floater one-hit hurling of Bill Sams. The
nwwid) n S ..3es'y runs M U .4.i tttITUl advanced yesterday Kramer defeating Jody Gafford: best flutter tick. Lennic i mately 200 trotters aed paet4w
Admission charge at the arena. show will be 50 cents per day scored in the fifth without a base \ Ma 3131.'I t PL torn H JT 3314 Torsten Johansson of ,":lIMllt; best dive edit of pool. Tonuor.Ktch. victors scored their lone run in hired by: the In._ Ut
for kids and f 1 in adults but It is reliably reported that families appearing hit. Anderson walked was sacrificed Results Yesterday ;.. 1 the third on a bunt by Gill shortstop hare arrived here f et
money:
6-% Falk- ,
Sweden. 7-5. 6-3."and Girls' DnUion. 9 to 11: Twtntnie
with "lot of kids to second took third on a New Tort S. Philadelphia %. to Jack McCollum. Fletcher
will be
given a break. Boston a. WashiDctoa 0. enburt beating the one-armed card free trie! best floater and from dire eastern opening of the Oraad
wild pitch and scored on 'Hyde's Cleveland 3. Chicato 2.Detroit on filth board all von by Nancy Hideout.Bors third sacker, who made a wild cult Program on Meodaf. TM
Austrian star Hans Redl 6-3 Di l ion: 9 to 11: Tvent7'fiTerard throw to first that permitted Gill
W* spent half-a.diy: over at Kissimmee recently scouting around balk.Three 6 8t Todays Louis Cam 3. ** 6-3 6-4. free strle Bin? Spears and Billy Inland to the historic stake wffl be leotted ea
'
score on error.
singles a walk, a sacrifice : Wed) ingest kick Btl17SloIra
Lang fcfka. collecting data on this rodeo and Probable pitchers (von and lost recordsin July 4.
coming entertainment and outfield fly and Catcher Red parenthesetl: Also in the Quarter-finals were : so-rtrd relay Billy and John InI i The locals played a bunting
'
program for over the Fourth. Twas a mighty pleasant Abreu's wild throw to third netted New York at Washington Q>-Pate (S-3> Yvon Petra of France. Jaroslav I'sane Spears.: best t_ dives off hick bard Billy I It game against OIlie Barker Fletcher KREJSA TURNS PRO

Tick, too and we learned that among those helping to put on the the Saints three more runs in the (8-5(and Drews and llasttson4(2-1V or Johnson. (3-2 TS. Wynn Drobny. the Czech star and two t Girls' Division. 1241 14: TwtDty-Iife- I mound ace as 23 of the 30 men NEW YORK (IAP1) Bob

redeo-afeov and July Fourth program are such well known charac-: sixth. Pnlladdphia at Baton (2V-MirchUdonft4) Australians. Dinny Pails and Geoffrey -i yard free stvle Marian Smith: SO-yard, I' facing him laid down his pitches blocking back from Wettera'
relar Petty Burnett and Marian Smith :
lm as O. I* Partln. H. H ParUn. Edward L. Partin Dick Makinson In the top of the eighth which Zaber< and(10)Chicate Po.lutll. > n. Ferris (7-) and Brown. Drobny got in by default loosest flatter kick Marian Smith, best Sams fanned 13 and walked* one serve has been timed by wVC l
was apparently erased by the failure i ClrvelandLopat 45-4) when Enrique Morea. the : ,,.. dives off hash board Shlrlry RideoulBon' I while Barker whiffed nine local '
Pat Jet n.on (Johnson Is the new Silver Spurs president June Gunn at I DiTiMon. 1241 14: TweDt -n... batters and issued free York Yankees the Al-J
and Lee O-3)) TS, Harder (4-0) and Emaree I one pass.
the Muniy agent ).f. S. Edrtdge. Oscar-Tyson.. Raymond Myers. Tommy of the lighting system andwon't (4-6)) Argentine champion was forcedto I yard free style. Raymond Spear. SO-yard I Barker's single in the eighth was i Conference Footbafl] Arab s*
go into the records Mgr. St. Louis at Detroit (7V-Uuncrlef (5-7) withdraw because of a sore ; relay Raymond Spears and Billy Pearl !
.
Bronaen, Elmo Griffin Al Cody. Ed Rhode and some others. Don Anderson hit a fluke home and Kinder /W' or Sanford (2-2) TS.Newhouser shoulder. ',longest flatter kick. Clifton Taylor best the only hit Sams gave up. I nounced yesterday.Before
(7-8) and Trout (8-iX two dives off high board. CUUon Taylor Scort by innings: R H E
\\httf tnhrlff the hospitality of Kissinunee we thought maybe run to account for three more American feminine stars von I Boys Division IS to 17: Fifty-yard freestyle the American .. |
Fletcher M. 000 000 000-0 1 2 oc paof
.
Roses Wallace: SO-yard relay Charlie -
.r could collect one or more of the pretty green "parking tickets"which runs. Anderson's drive a sharp NATIONAL LEAGUE four of the 16 berths in the fourth : Pearl and Billy Spears. longest flatter Amer. Bank 001 000 OOx-1 2 0 'I the Philippines trrt were a :

j the plke department. In Kissimmee is reported to have for hit to left took a hop and went Boston S. Brooklyn Results Yesterday"-. rQund of the women's singles. kick Charlie Peavy: best. three dives off Barker and Henry: ; Bill Sams 6.000 smallpox deaths a year S
board Charlie
huh PeavyJadtes
past LefUielder John Garrisonand 1 Doris Hart and Mrs. Patricia
i HM en special txcations ono one In Kbsimmee ever annoys any one j New York II Philadelphia 6. for the events were Art Belt of and Red Sams. Manila alone
rolled under the leftfield Chieato 66. pittsnanh 2-5. Canning Todd won their third i Orlando. Orange Coaaty water safety dt- I
wb. Mind* Isis ewe business and acts like a lady or gentleman], '
Scoreboard. T 4ay Games
t round matches to Join Margaret rector for the American Red Cross Eleanor I I
II but .f'ee *.rry to report that n. such tickets were affixed to our The Senators journey to Probable Ditchers won and lost records I Osborne and Louise Brough In Owies. Calvin Hopcralt and Harold
in parenthesn OUlis. volunteer and iMtractors
t top, even Ut..fh we parked It where It could have collected a Francis Field in Saint Augustine Brooklyn at New York 2)-Lombardl the round of 16. Miss Osborneand of Orlando. guards POWER KING

ticket, .r tickets, as a souvenir in any town lees hospitable than for a game with the Saints at I Ion fJ-6))U-1VX.and Taylor (4-2)(. TS. Koslo 46-4),and I Miss Brough. ranked right behind .- ---- .

t the raM little city and Cow Capital Kissimmee! 3 p.m. today. Stan Zedalis, a i Philadelphia at Boston HeinUehnan her. gained that round Fri I
J, 9.3 hurler will pitch for Orlando (3-2) and Hughes 11... ... Span (LV-t).
This' made a mighty: favorable Impression on us. It. is a real while Dick Hallman Is I sale PltUburth(9-41) or at VoiseHe Chicago(1-5)-.HUbe (....) TSPaaseam I day.Miss Hart Joined them by defeating .
pleasure to go Into a town where every one goes out of his way-a scheduled to hurl for Saint WCincinnati). I Birgil Gulbrandson of 4I

tent way out of his way-to treat you very. very kindly.: Yes sir!. Augustine. (3-3) and Walters at St. Louis(3-4J TS(2)-Dtckson Vander,Ueer(2'") Sweden 6-3. 6-0 while Mrs. Todd I
80 here's to Kissimmee we say-one of the nicest towns we know Next home game for Orlando is 1 and Brable (74)XIncludes advanced with a 6-1, 6-3 victoryover f
tomorrow when the DeLand Red ODe National Ltsiue ?k- left-handed Peggy Vivian of
about a place which has not been ruined as yet by the progress of ton and one America* League defeat. -
Hats here for Britain. : '
what some people fan "civilization." a place populated by real ladies come a doubleheader .1
with the Senators at 7 p.m. The LAKE ORAN C LEAGUE
and gentlemen and plenty of them. We believe that any one whogoes Senators Team' W. L. rct-iTeam W. L. Pet. I American doubles!>> teams also .". .
meet the Red
Hats .
again Apopka 13. 763 Winter P. a a .471 i continued to advance. Kramer ,
to Kissimmee for the rodeo will thank us for giving them these ,
Tuesday night at DeLand in another Clermont 12 S 706 CmatUU 1 10 .444Ml. I and the
steers folks if there's anything you want that's first class from doubleheader.IT Doni' 10 S .6fi7.Ta>area 5 10 .375 Falkenburg gained
tAtfau'at" AUGUSTINE Winter<3. 11 5 .147-CkoH 4 13 -235ZellTOod I quarter-finals of the men'sdoubles
beer or soft drinks hardware, or just plain old-fashioned I I ORLANDO ,
.. I' II e .1 I ab I' b. a t. M3 EusUs 2 14 425 with a 6-1. 6.0. 6-3
hOBBitality: you'll find it in Kissimmee.: 11I'11.211' 21 13't' .eb.d.a I// I I Today Game I triumph over George Meredith
imOma..'" 1 I 4 tThnK..rf I" 1 I 1 Winter Garden at ClermoDLOcoee
.1 falkk.cf I 1 1 /httalb; I I I 1 I1n1ii. at CmstUla and Dennis Smart of Britain.
.... SIIeG.d..5, ASCII Apopka at Mount Dora.
I"._'ur I 1 I 1 11--. 2 1 I 15 Zellwood at TaTaresEuztia Advancing to the round of 16
KMie.lII I I 1 1 .'IRfltmu L311 1 1 5 1RWLel at Winter ParkINTERNATIONAL. in the mixed doubles were Tom
.. 4 I I f lit5te..e $5135Iabd..N I osi Si
"' 1. I $4IMaaat.t.3b 11111 ., LEAGUE ,, Brown and Miss Osborne and
t( Eawser.p s I I I 'I B11k.' $5524 I II Team- W. L. FctJTeam I W. L. Pet.:I Bromwich and Miss Brough. The
Montreal 4522.672Buffalo 31 35 .479
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Total IS" T n TTWaIl| MSS 1111 Jersey C. 39 30 .565 Baltimore 21 37 431 Brown-Osborne duo defeated the
1 r_IM e.lI'd'aid'IH iraiof. due rtt fallI I rWI. Syracuse 36 21 .563)Newark) 29 40 420 i British team of Tony Mottram and
M. AMU. UM -dlin l."t.CMptoM .maaJa late Rochester 34 35 493 Toronto 28 43 J49 i Jean Bostock. 6-0 6-3 while
Results YesterdarRarhester
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A.n tlnr tm.- ___ __ *M tit H 6. Baltimore 2. Bromwich and Miss Brough beat
Drlndi _- ._._ 4w eII .-. *onto 63. Jersey City 3-6. another British team. G. L Bailey 7'
kttud ie-f'tUhrftI, Montreal 9. Newark 6.
fjiort J.ifr. Isms las
Kf4ttT rawlld. Utodm kM._ "t\... Rtnhen.Aadenoa Syracuse $. Buffalo 4 (10 Innings. and Mrs. Andrey Roberts 6-1. 6-2.
HMrtfkM-"' .1Jd. Ubda. Dmrtttoli7 There will be no matches today TAILE SAW
>-LrtrtW I* BakMMi t* Xuatac: JwirLMa SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION but the men's quarterfinalsand
.. M rIIU.. Un .. b"w-Orl..d. 4. Results Yesterday
R. August' *. BaMI a taltt rfT Reds T. 0(. tames acheduledj the women's fifth round f
ilt Kwttr .. Htnrk __* Hjd t kyKrtrlMT matches will be on the program i *
1 t. HIS w ,urar-se KMehOT.. 4M lniBk. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION i, TOOLS DADO BLADES.
when play is resumed I
KIM NI'i-Rd. X. Bilk Hrte. CBrtntUtttar Results Yaterdae)4llwaakN Monday.
MokKf' u* Cow. Tla*_1:U. S, Mlnneapolia 7. c 1
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NOTHING TO IT! 'I Daytona Dog Show :* '.
SOLUNAR TABLESThe MIAMI BEACH-During are-I i' JIM SAWS 0 TABLE SAWS

NO NEED Jffll1If4 schedule of Solunar periods, cent competition cruise into Gulf Set for2. Today CHISELS

4. as printed below, has been taken Stream waters a member of Miami I I' ['Specl! 10 The Sunday Senno-Stof!

from John Alden Knight's Solu- Beach"s Rod and Reel Club DAYTONA BEACH Over 300
TO PAY nar Tables. Plan your days so ..... ,_
I brought in a 600-pound tuna on54thread dogs have been entered in the u. ;;r-rr. -sUP I
that you will be fishing in good i i Daytona Beach Kennel Club's first A TREE Mrs. Art SolusI
line toin top honors : BAILEY
in
territory or hunting good cover i f
AKC sanctioned show here at 2
CASH during these times if you wish to i in the class which comprised only }I I!pjn. today. I; raps the ball out of a tree in

find the best sport that each day : bluefin tuna mako swordfish and I! Glenn Bowstead of Orlando play for women's Class B-C MOTOR CO.
has to offer. EQUIPMENT
AJU. P.l\L blue marlin taken on 54, 39 and and his daughter, Mrs. Charles H. i I championship at Philadel-

24-thread line.TELLS Evans Jr., will be two of the I phia's Riverton Country Club. '
Day Minor Major Minor Major ] 78 N. GARLAND ORLANDO .f 1
I Judges for the show. Bowstead
Today 2:50: 9.0 3:15 9:25 ; She took on eight on the hole,
y Won. 3:35: 9:50 4:05: 10:15 THE STORY will Judge toy: and non-sporting I yet won from Mrs. Kathleen PHONE 8136
t Tues. 4:20 10:40 4:45: 11:05 groups while Mrs. Evans will t
I I 1 MIAMI BEACH-When Miami Curtis 1
Wed. 5:10 11:30 5:40: 11:55 Judge terrior groups and boxers up.
Beach's charter fishing fleet returns ---
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Thurs. 6:00 6:25: 12:25
Fri. 6:45: 12:45 7:10 1:10 to the docks after a day in
I1 f Sat. 7:25 1:35 7:50 2:00 the Gulf Stream the color of the I

Sun. 8:10 2:20 8:35 2:40 hoisted pennant signifies what
Major Solunar periods the best game fish were landed. The boats

periods, lasting IVa to 2 hours in fly white pennants for sailfish
duration are in BLACK TYPE I blue for white marlin a small red AUTOJULY 4th
Ride on new Goodyear tires and pay as you ride. Minor [or second best periods], flag for Allison tuna and a large

Enjoy their safety and riding comfort now-gain shorter periods are in light type. blue one for blue marlin."She's .

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Seminole Lists Better Pitching 'Clips FSL I First Division For coincident Rallying than tnd mfflton-sfeare in anaouaeement J II w



< Batting Marks; Hoag Leader i I ': I First Half '47 493 that shares the short was interest the highest of 1.549-*


[Special to Tr>e Sunday, Sentinel-Star] i i I NEW YORK IAP1 Securities November 1945. Many .
Fourth of I Nines Tangle 1 to cover on the Mea that
c July | bega
SILVER SPRINGS-Laying down a barrage of low- ]I markets the first moved hall downward of 1947. despite during position was notably "wercrowded. .

hit pitching performances the Class D Florida. State 11W : I a good June recovery. Dealings ."

League's hurlers combined to help establish a brand new .. A for the lon srehere among The high for the year on

Racing Program record for the circuit-every club lost ground in the race .! On L L-0 Slate I the lightest seral and Stock Exchange mfmbP

.. .. ..' .- brokers substantial SU. l on
I ior tne CIUD oatiing crown. mot so..e w
low 850.000 May 13. Subsequently
.commission on
t What with two two-hitters, two for days by rain that had i lo Cmotle
plagued
Paul Banborn yesterday announced three-hitters and a four-hitter 11 three'''! All five games listed In the j IOfl the other band s. Bon seats "te artud
the idle
kept players won
t that the Orlando Automobile going into the records, not.to mention I out of four and returned to the .|Lake-Orange league today stack I trailed with shares. I $60.A

\ Racine Assn. would stage a i Mason Leeper's one-hit showIng first division. ;:: up as prospective real thrillers Stocks developed cnebe straw in the
big stock car and jalopy race at II I With two in particular standing irregularity in the deln
against Daytona which he lost '
Second division clubs did little! .t wind in the first
; Park at 2 I out as two of the best of ( coal mine .
the Seminole Driving the list of .300 better batterswas .| games widespread .at
or more than sink deeper, the last< I the fact that the high speed tfck-
I Fourth of July | the season to date. League-lead- 'followed the Senate's
POL Friday u a ; reduced from 19 to 11. and Islanders' In
place Daytona Beach was late eafr five
I t feature' event heavy cuts were noted all along I. splitting four decisions while Pa- 'ling Apopka will attempt to pro- of the labor bill veto and threatened e tp on each oceasten .

''t Sanborn said over 7$ miles of ;, the line. I latka was dropping three of four tect her one-game lead as she I' production in numerous heavy direction was lower.

racing with approximately! 25 Official averages for the week' and Sanford lost four out of five. '(' invades Mount Dora for a tussle iute including steel and

stock cars and jalopies competing I ending Wednesday midnight revealed Hurlers who looked good doing !'I' with Acting Mgr. Jesse Dooley's :I II motor.

; ou1dbeonthePzWrtm. t Myril Hoag. Gainesville it during the week were: Nick I' third-place Dorans. The two clubs : :I The list ee' forar Monday CHICAGO LIVESTOCK
:\. battled to 3-3 tie in their last :I I' furl DJI* trite* rk.*
CW U 2.00' spectators witBPSM4I I manager and 1946 batting champion Buonato of St. Augustine who 'I' a ; with a top CCG nnM ..

the opening race meet of still topping the sluggers turned back Palatka. 1 to 0, with meeting while the host nine today i since April 7 but on Tuesday suf I .. .praut.1 a. ..*ttk ..,"

with a sprightly .358. He was followed hits Lake of Sanford scored a victory over the Invaders the sharpest dip since May dr h*
the OrlAnd. Automobile Racing two ; Buddy WITH AN EYE ON WIMBLEDON, : Little Hugh Quinn 3d. a I fer i A tfrpradiblr..e itfil ._
I IAua. by Moose Seller of Lees- ball i i in their first meeting this I' day Ia f
at the I-mile Seminole who although pitching two hit accomplished tennis the million-share BtMvtvbt kail mntfer 344 ]
oval between Orlando and Sanford I bUl'Ktth .340, Stebbins and 'and not allowing a Gainesville I i i season. Philadelphia! three-year-old, already an of the ... on. I tb. tap for the v.,k vu ISB _
from and his father rrva tntf sUIt *..> S Ire ***r
Ridgeway also of the Pirates with runner to reach first after the prayer gets his instruction professionals I
oTrr a month ago. I An equally hard-fought eon- 390 Dw. ceau trrrr: vcteMlows
.331 and .327 respectively among fourth. lost, 5 to 2. when errors I Hugh Quinn Jr. Despite his tender years, Hugh is able to American Telephone a rent 90-1.1 555 *.1
of the test is slated for the Clermont Wednesday It ..
Sanborn indicated many the regulars. I crept into the picture: Harold weak spot, led a revival 170-230 IB 24NVIM
drinraho appeared in the opening Sensations of the week were the Stewart who beat Palatka 6 to 2. diamond where the second place i hold three balls in one hand ,a feat for netmen with a' huge when rate increases were 24 2V nD DZ.O. 2.I.435 '.

event would participate in this DeLand Red-Hats and Leesburg on three hits; Glenn Morton of Hilltoppers seek to close the I paw, and can whom a two-fisted backhand shot with the determination granted two of the company'ssubsidiaries. .ah 1.1.'S I.950,1.0...rhen.

week's holiday races.I Pirates. The Hats, with Bill Daytona who halted the Azaleas. margin between them and Apopka of a Kramer or Riggs. Co t bn.8"to J

Steinecke back in harness as <6<5 to 2 on three hits; John Tomat :I at the npense'of fourth Irregularly improved tendencies 1111n_en .rC ..

I Lake All-Stars manager had won seven ,straight I of Sanford who reached his season's : place Winter Garden club who prevailed Thursday although the hlt 10 11.0. v* y..M.

thru Wednesday night and were peak whipping St. Augustine dropped from a two-way tie reverted to f.Dn.. *n .. eos.04*
i blue
only two games behind St. Augus- i 4 to 1 on four hits. with the Lake Countians into Stymie Becomes telephone chp" Oils touched .to boU*fdtu to J t' .* 50 1. ..r

Battle Orange tine. The Saints split even in I i Aside from the close race for fourth by virtue of their loss I'the high casualty for dvion brighten- I lower j waY 1 .W%J.P" 9U1 to 18 ."
1211349
SO for cholc
four tilts. first place, all eyes around the to Apopka Friday night. yer Uneven 'I II nor lid trtn.I moot *nd -
'ins earnings
The Pirates after slugging their circuit began to turn toward July I prp. 1 t h BM. ..19. (* .
way to the top of the club bat-I j I The day's third outstanding I trends F's pro-i i ]fl 10 n ..08
Nine I 13 when the league stages its only !11
1'I Friday I o game is slated for the Tavares Second Greatest I ceedings with 60,0; S Urn** MMd9. rartr. "
ting Spn
heap and giving ,evidence exhibition of the year a tilt between I field where Zellwood makes her shares smallest toe ,. ..r a U.*o .*< **
that they'll be pennant contend- fan-selected rookies against weet f j Bnci 1.00 oicMMrritccdr .
I T"e 4m' Mfl .. a .
to Jf' e i appearance for the day. The Mud- Associated Press j eMtto .
ers all the rest of the The
way, droppedsix veterans. Ballots win be distri- I .
WINTER GARDEN The annual hens three behind Win- 64.1 Unb* 24. lOOd *Bd S
are games unchanged at ] 2 0 d .
composite was
H straight and /ell back into the buted in parks at Orlando De- I 23_ 0. 515 UMUU$
Luke-Orange League AU-Star second division.Meantime. Land. St. Augustine and Gainesville ter Garden in fifth place while Ta- WinnerNEW for the five-day proceedings. For 1, ;choice shora lambs Sl 00-5M 1056105 tO

game will be played here at Walker Gainesville continued July 3. and at Leesburg Pa- vares currently holds forth in i Money the six month it was down bet-i i i' nod T.T ShOTS Ian*. sod ,..
II Mh cholro pla85n ma.
at 8:15 Friday night.
Field p.m. to improve its chances of remaining latka. Daytona and Sanford July I eighth. ter points although I' de ol. mixed tr*. TO* t M.

An all-star aggregation from in the first division. win- 4. First 800 paying adults will beeligible ,I Winter Park entertains a Eus- API :Mrs. Ethel D. more than 5 points above theyear's don U iM..

the five teams In Lake County will ning five out of six, while Orlando to vote. tis nine who has been able to I The aggregate of

inert a similar aggregation selected ..1... i i!account for only two victories to won the Questionnaire btom compared with 4.110.610 ,- ..4IN "alceCCAG

from Orange County's five entries I:date and the Parkers win rule Handicap at Jamaica yesterday fP'
rrtCUL FLUIDS STATE UAtUt AVERAGES. WEEK in the preceding week. 51ossWIEZAT
ENDING WEDNESDAY NICHTCM I Oslo "
and became the turfs .I
in the league. ... ,.-....-. I I the favorites for today despite the I> second big board moved irregularly "
of 11ftI.. I At R N n Ik Hr (k Ik Ik Hk RM .. Wk Wk greatest money winner of ___ ___ 22V.I m%
Jerry Memson. manager L* lkr" | -_ 17 !.u 5 13 .5J ii n u 4i st m n in m .s U .r* I fact the Highlanders have made with $574,660 for a! higher in January with transactions 3.1. u __ Ills. 2',

the Clrrmont Hill Toppers, will .r-La"...... _ _- II KM MS 111 .1 11 1S H n 2712303 10 171 .!1'J their most recent games close tie of h 1 at a low for any like Doe. :::::-- 250.. =Ua = :
______ 44 ::5t Wt Ml 11 J* 1* 13 57 111 II IIS 41 .:<1' .:018' years racing. I "
the Lake County squad defeat.
their
pilot Rodney
ones despite
hu
DIJMM 17 2MT : month since 1944. The comeback \ : m. I
4 : 51 r r u R 13 i :11 m art .20: I* .:u I I "-
white Jim R. Mobley. manager ilL A.nUlM IT 7 J :lid: M4 n i* i 1117 IM 13 ri :sr .!ii .mM :1 Miller's seventh place UmaUQa Making hs usual rash from j i was extended the early part -__.___ 1" 125

( or the local entry, will manage Ii GalatMUIa Pktatka. .. _. .4 K54 113 511 11 11 84 I* 47 11 !** in .<:* .131:;. I club will also be rated the upper last place, six-year-old Texas I!jof February it the overall average I. h D------- $ *1
It S3K ttt IH 71 24 11 15 I* 141 *7 "
III 41* !S5 .ISIi .
the Orange County squad.Mobiey I P.aIurd _.._.._ .5 %:.1 lit H4 ; 27 s u It.u i M4 IH .:4' .!:>SC I hand in their home clash with ,I bred finished an easy-going j reached 69. a high since last 30, :-::::: iss : = =
I :
said the managers of'' tail Tki* Ocoee to round out the day's card. ..- "'-----... three lengths in front of Joe W. !August. From then on with occasional : :
Ck:
1 t.dI., C W L Pet. CkAacaMUk ... I OT
: A I L.k .
the five Orange County teams I FUMia P. D W k Wkt. -_ lS
Brown Mogul from New M11 .
lit. 17 41 IS .'!1 AapntiM 1M4 771 13* S47 M .Ml .532 Bro. mild rallies the shift h 54
would complete selection of their IJ.L.M __ U M if .... f D.UW 1711 7M 114 54* II .*M :14* I BILLY HERMAN Barney Murphy's Con- -
: At the peak of World War II Orl.an was to the rear. Losses predominated Dec. -- $2'. 25 fll'Mc.
Gab..Ttfls ____ ::::: :
h I* M I* .M t 1T44 fit central
l\S SM .
JS .141
squad by tomorrow night, while .rI iMkurf .t" I the figure. eordian was third another three -
.4s operations the United States was through :
4 14 M *3l IK 51.058 1$7 7S7 n. MI :ii .K .57* Fbrary. 'Ma, :: :=
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Morrison has already received his ,J-. -7 14 U JOT I PaUlka _I7U 131 174 Mt :34 ..31 .IT producing about 45 per cent of I lengths father back and a nose April and May Mrj 1 1 ,
quad nominations. --I __ IS S7 M .4IS I. urford ____ 17:4 711 171 s:4 44 .n* ..tlir.aiacfTllla I in front of Laddie Sanford's wt Bu 3
Playing on the Lake County i Palatka ____ M t> 41 J7. 14%, ..11 7M 171 SIS Sl .Ml ..I3SDutnn all armaments being produced by Round View. drop of 3.4 points widet : _.. .
Dtfltu -- --- 17 24 41 .35* II 1711 TW HI S71 4* .II! ->14 an belligerent nations. f Story of How September.
squad will be: Hayes Moore. Wil- TNt INDIVIDUAL IATTIH8. LEADERS p 1 liquidation during most
One of the smallest
banks and Singletary of Clermont: fi2M ir tftw It It .. mtn iamrtntr ) Saturday I Td I '
of first half attributedr Finest To Had
crowds of the year-18,225--saw .a .Te
Foules. Yonnally and Then of S
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Eystts; Barks. Pemble and Also- I .... cttn.in 5.11. 17 i: .17* jii Major League Averages Herman Made Stymie, piloted by Jokey Bbb i,i forecasts market of observers partly busi-to1 I II 'I AUTO PAINTING
Pennant click off the mile a possible
r brook of Mount Dora Mt LT-I _IS IM M M I I 41 ,1S .S4t I Fa
: Maxwelland 1 nor Gal KtW CAR
I *$*t a. fkuri 17:17:1f.S: t U U .123 .331 I sixteenth in 1:41: and return afavorite's l mess recession rising costs. ; tr f
McTrouros: of Umatilla. and I TkMtald. PaUtka. 47 141 :. M t :1.:1.3:1: Told I SAMJONES -=
Montgomery. Sinnons and Dykes I a>4i...,. L MTf 14 UJ 14 14 t U n .33% JST CKMfTh InrtwJ. PAT f.*. f'uJ torn* 1S| I (KMr<> ...... lncl*t ,.*. *4.,W tan Z3) Manager $4.10, $3.20 and $2.50 |record commercial and manuf ac- j: .
Drknm. Ptlatk 24 U I II t 1 I .127 .I2TMTMT. AMERICAN LEAGUE CUll RATTING 1': NATIONAL LEAfUE CLUI tATTISC across the Brown I inventories, bearish sentl- P.1 AND BOOT SlOP .:
>f Tavares. The veteran Jess DVMM IT XM U M t I* 44 .n* .13 Wnitet. ,, WMlltCM I PITTSBURGH tIPI One of the $7.00 bar.. for Mo I.t regarding the labor out- : S.W. Co. GarU nil ". .
Dooley. Mount Dora Lithe ....r.. L"'I M II tt 25 t S U Mt JIT Slob S Ak R H 2b3bNrlI4lPs.sit''I baseball & ?DS.S1432
manager, 5 Ak N M Ik Hr KM II P* MtBnttmi tightest squeeze plays in 4
squads utility man. ...... 4Mw4* 311514711 1 T .. .IN .W X Tort. 1714415235315715111$ I .%71 I .5 *;l 91 144 M 17 II 212 21 .177 f It show and Concordian $4.00 forthird. look and the general murky for-
Tie". 4MM4 .54241,5314 I IT U .311 JOS (55'I 4 SI IT3 21S 443 TS 11 41 2M 12 .2SS I I Ib1esg I I'C came to light yesterday. was
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..... iMLw a isi n n 1124.214.335 1.to. .5521331423741333 0.2441 I, *. I*.*.* r* $1* M IT II 55* 2* .!Sf I of the Pittsburgh Pirates. House veto of the tax ,
I tofer DVMM .11 I*l 41 ft 'U 41 .313 .m Phils. .5D51224431517311112.23: ? SWM manager
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With .
Pleasure :nttfbvi 351'37331027351534! :sf 4mi :
I rinit. r.j..k> ij ::i M 44 i 34.3$ J'T *. 351'1117143314S71S1321.217 I ,, *. 12133235415311S72$733 i The manIn the middle was I and labor bil in June RDIOS
...... VrlMM U !14 5% 14 21321.332.2" :IMnrtt S* 1124 21* 4M IS 13 44 1S It .23 I i: 5tUui) 61U175111171111Il21.74! i Frank McKinney Indianapolis Harvard Lops taken In : '
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!Cltlnte "H :n. zn sii u 12 a m it .%41 i REFRIGERTOR
Defeats Armed WKkWI..........IMUM i.A.iirtM7 IS 2tS U Tt* t 52115.233253 4 44 JH .:M banker who just executive had become through a The average on May 17 ,registered :
league
CvritM. ," AMERICAH LEAGUE CLUB NEIDIN8Cta I major its low for the year of 58.5
,17m n II 1 J 44 .'3 ..252.I. NATIONAL UACUE CLUB Flue"iC'
CHICAGO' fAll With Pleasure -.. WMM .14 111 n 14 I I 21 .311 ..211Uika 8 P*. A C DPPC. S ro A EDPPC. his purchase of the Pirates. which was a bottom since Jan. 2., : NEED REPAIRS?
T_. '. .11 1M Ii.. CsM SI 134*. SSI 2* 44 .fS JII 55. tmls _. Boston :
1 I 9 JM .nI II I'ft M* 41 n ..HIBranklrn The story concerns how the Seattle
triumphed over the 1.5 favorite. I I HorrtJlltM, L'kr NI. T.II UN 117 4* It ..t2S __ Regatta 1945 and 13 points the 0
( 91 114 U II t t 1* .%13 3S --- lit I\M M7 44 t% ..tHIJ ude 8 Fer Any Mike
1 .Armed for the second time within'I STWU. .s.I.'A K ItS tl Tt t 11 IS .%1' .:tol .' 5st.. 1S71 (34 S*. (1 .273 1'1riI..pId.. 1M. 114 M !} .1;* Braves grabbed off the Pir, start .The years sharpestrelapse can :
m week yesterday in winning the ,Ut..... tafUM M SI M II t 11 II .2TI JKSuT4 'Kaaltlnl1a 54 1511 MS 4* S7 ..171II I n545st6. _'12 15. Ml 13 II ..177fltti58t&5 ates' brilliant Bob Elliott in exchange of94. 7 with thecomposite :
I i'$1kb.. U SJT IT IT I S 44 JS .213 (5kig, l.tl fit 1. 71 7I M KM: in *i 4* ..:. for the aging Herman. On was o March :
HASO Equipoise mile. The Chi- MIU-lU. .. A. Jl 111 II 55 S I U .I7J ..usIhr. ilL J..II 17 1S1 Ml 41 *1 .*77S >.* Trt --.--- 17 UI1 Ml II U .173 SEATTLE. 'IDPJ The crew of down 13 The I
esto-owned colt defeated ,, .... "illto 21 M It 21 1 I II .%111 .111 :=1.a.1. 1U4 114 SS M .57* lbki. --4---- SI 114 717 M S7 .*TI the playing side. the deal was as Harvard University flashed I advance pt on BATONS
biggest was
If-H handicap champion Armed.j I' T.t.. Dti4*t _St 21 n IT It 21 .1M .%111 -_-- S* 1S7I 15* IS 47 :.5731 1 11oo_ 154: IM IS U .r.% lopsided as doughnuts for dollars. I through the calm pit I'I'I : !
rippling waters
rv' ewBtok. lk".r| 2T II 14 21 t 1 It .271 CM Trip Hmr-CMcata.AMERICAN 'friploPltb..*.... June 11 with hopes for
I t
urday in a six furlong ;, Ptvlkk. II, A. 114173 t 531.334.275 Pres. Lou Perini of the Braves I of Lake Washington to annex the tion spurring bidding. ru- f I'. rO EQM :

ft _With Pleasure won by a neck. :I C'PoI.eM. IS 241 44 IT 12* 4t .%IIS .27* 1 NATIONAL IEAIUE INDIVIDUAL was the man who turned the Intercollegiate Sprint Regatta : Next U & :
I with Mighty Story third and Jack I 415s.. H-t-Oli M 2M I* M t I I* .:H ..Z7Srtwfe LEAGUE INDIVIDUALSATTINS ATTIN..* NECOIIOII handle as McKinney went title here before The largest volume fo the I WlntnPark)3 }
yesterday :
L,..... 54221411 I 333.275.334L.k. RECORDS 10,00 irst half 2300,000 shares ''on :
8. L. fourth In a field of nine. The .. *,...4 12 !OIl 41 IT 11:7.t7.r. ( ar Mar CiMa-wM arUrarClak lottwt through the wrinrer. The persons. was 1
time for the mile was 1:33.: Rubs. ....... .4114ISU 1 214.21271 (II Mara |t tt-.141 tr ktttar .. I Ak N HSkSkkrrkiak Pa.Fl4 squeeze was so tight that at one Coach Tom Bolles Apr U, with the average off 1J i ...
f. wMn. 4V1H Jl N Playv.Cliik. S Ak RxnSkkriMik P*. |*l. Pkil. _:* 43I 17 25 crew fun
II 21 I 1 If .211 .171"Hi. r 3Mt pe The smallest day's
The winner owned by Oscar 'IBrfau1t 5v5u44 M 144 41 M t I Si .271 .Kt Edw...... CI... .11 I* III II I I 5.217''t taooraa *"\. rtttlk. _IS 4* IIS II I I I JTI point Herman. himself although the dtc in a new rrd !
Chicago paid $17.40. Uttvt. U'nil* 41 1M II II t 12* .2M ..ZTII *. CI... Jl 111 II II IT I t II t J4. I I Ru*. One. .._ _M 111 II 71 It in T .144 his greatest desire was of 5: te turnover was 520,000 on June 2. I iI
S3.00 and $2.60. Armed I Kw. "lMkL ... A. IJ III 12 U 51142.752.751' koll: ItomM _...3118111S1 14 1.235'', ...ltIIor. *L1.4'5S1)1653 71 IS I 17 4 J41Maaataar. Yale which ... duplicated on June 3,1!
I returned ,........ DwrtaM 41 17 11 21 I 815.2524 JMMaav X. T. 5121118411 I la ..StDU..Je. Hi. SI)1i1211141 4 14 1 .141 to be a manager told McKinney University finished second .a minimum last i I I Ii
i .r.I. and since
S3.20 to place and the same to r-... a'ow. 7 UI 41 II 4 I 47 .14* .: 4WMrte. IT. T. 11211572151 14* 0.327''I I K. ClUart. B. ST 14 13 IT II T 44 t Jit : with Washington's undefeated was a
show !* D.L. .II }SI 27 41 1 I II .:M .: JWlta. 1.111, N. T. IS 113 It 37 I. 4 17 I .3:7 t'i XiM. K. Tart 1* I* 4 1 .314 You can't make that deal.They're crew, rowing July 5.
I nuII 142 41 14 4 14 II .21 ..24wtlI. Tlckw. 4-Mnn _17 11 t 31 II I 11 5.324''I I12'61IS'.U58s.C1527521275' II S | .372 fresh against Saturday aggregates
... VC.A. IS 2M M U1> 14 .271 ..2rHnUM 17,1). Wark. 11 14,151 40 I I I ..12.II PcrUfe. Bkln) --41 111 11 41 7 ZI M I .111 asking too much." cmpetition. tat the m '
Pirates *. PmL-Trt U III 12 M I I 17 .211 .24 pa** Wa... _U 177 11 M IS 131 1.311'!, Bawkalta. Cine. 8I3523l164 1 IS I JllMwra. Herman's outburst came in a show money. I 230,000 shares on May 24
Inspect ..*.. OUM 141S14355 tllll .27* ..MlIriMi MOM. .....* .1S It II It I 0 It 411 *1. L. _331124S1 I II* 1 Jl* ... low since May 1944. 'i11OILE.W.tf
*. K. A. _ST413151 1 I 2* .21..lit .win. Dauatt _13 *. 025 I' I 1 Jl* i i W.Caapar. N.Y. St IM SI *1 11 I 14 SI 1 .31: Boston hotel room when he learn- I 13
Clermont ..... IXUni _U n M 7* 'UJ .21 .:51 hpl..... Ckltai 17 J17 Jl 17 12 I I M 1 .MI i,i Tartan. Pktlfc ...II ITS 25 7* tl I 11 1 ,111 ed that Boston had asked for I Tad in March of 1,6.0
Site ".*. faDw.. 4517144 1 11111.253.341 Dfl1)ss. *6. I. JT !41 14 74 1* I 1 I' II ..*.1Md.7. ', 5)3:) ,. PUtt. _:31 US U 71 I' 11 1* I 111 Elliott and Kiner I Seminole Sportsmen 1 wa the smallest !
I. .... St. .to... 21 31421 I 1* .:31 .247 PMla. 41 14* Z3.* Sit 11 JM la.af M*. BkIY1* J* 2 1 S .21' Big Ralph sr ac Ju.I
1! I5rc oi I 10 TV Sundr $ tme'.SIalJ' *. PtUxl 4* 12 II 47 t T 2* .:11 Jtt 'l*.ini. C1*.. at 11 11 U II 1 II I JMPatan. Ennii. FUU. _Jl HI 24 S* 14 S 1 U 1 JM I Two other major clubs had offered -
CLEn ONT LMUH. UML-rU. M HI 14 17 11 12.%** ..241AMM. 'L L. _14 II I S 1. 0 I I JM KoKtU. Bnuoa _421112642 It S II I .I1!!' $75.000 to the Pirates for Re-elect Lansing I ,
Virgil Spud I i O>U.4 -U U I It t 1 ':14 Jit aatk.. *1. L. S3 174 IS II $4 I 1* 1.21' :4MtIM, Pin*. _s* si u QUI in i JM A CASH:uqu
Davis former National League I MeGruk. M. A.flp5.35.L17334$352. Wilhji... h_ M 111 41 M 11 1 11 W I .!l1 I Iw..I I 5.r5&l1. XT. _17 114 4* I* T 1 II Sl 0 JM Elliott. The Giants had offered to
I I catching star and scout for the I,. ) S 513.244.232 -. S.T. 41 111 H 41 II 44 I .*$ '!.5.1.... ..... .3721534724 t I 11 .m trade Johnnie Mize for him. As CSoeoaf to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] I
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%_.. Mitrkan. CI... .11 44 4 tl I t I t ,.151.I. Pittsburgh raluk 4* Ul II ISG I 1 11 HT %3% 30.304 for KIner-he SANPORJj The re-election of
Pirates and BUI Good I I '.UI* 17 2t II 41LMttMrt I 1 JS .21 .23 M,l.. BnataB _41 IT* 14 S* 44 I M 0.214'' MedIrk. Kw U ::17 SS I 1* I : I 11 I ..MITUnm. was the league
,I manager of the Leesburg Pirates.1 0...... 17 271 M U I 1.:31.:31 a.-to. "".... .14147253 II 1 II 1.713pb. I X. T. .3224413315 S I II .11 home. run champ! Po Lansing to a fourth term wiH give
Inspected' the new athletic field I:OCaUajM.. Gtt 21 S* 1 I| I I .11 .!!* Cta.. _.itl: 14 ..111 I It 1 .!** ...,- Bkln) M S3* M I* It 4 II 1* ..11II Previously, Perini had met with I president and presentation of a !
Eo... ., _.. N. T. _n mt ir ti t i .at Hon_. XT. 1* II I'
G tin M 231 IS 51 5 72* :11 \ 4I1I.I7
and ball park here Friday in a 'i a.... ......* 131173541: I 1 27 .22 .111 Pai,. BotM _.17 13* IS II 11 1 I 13 1 .IM 'Ifem.. Boataai _U1$43121 It IJ I ,lttBilud. McKinney and Donie Bush president 'I compromise proposal by commercjal yen a m out of 5 who aik for
move that may bring the Pirates' i I MclI_.. CuTI IS 2M 47 14 17 I .!** Jll 35112.. Detroit SJ 111 4* 51 11 I II* 2..IMMitkonek. : Pitta. _41 144 3* 41 II- 1 11 .! SJorinuaa. of the Indianapolis Club. The fishing interests in this area at
Birmingham Southern Assn. 4414.. ert.Zt SS I 11 5 I 11 .181 .111 a.*. _II IM ;i :S7 II 1 II I ..IMBattM '. Bktn. 43 147 !. 43 II' II 1 ..11Maack. Boston executive learned that I!highlighted the annual. meeting l 'n'. a
Barons __ .McKinney liftINCOKFORATKa "
51511.. tlI4d 21 II 1 T I 5 T .2** ..211Dum. 011 II 4* I 14 at. I T t JM Plltt. _13I44TIIIIIJtIEdvirda. I
here for Spring training next rilaUl .532712144 1 I 25.11.153'' HUMiIe7. PbUs.J44$3)411 I I 1 ..IMBinaa. Bkln' .471721634 14 424 1.111 was committed.to Hermanfor I of the Seminole Ct Sports folks me the Tes Man."

year, it was learned yesterday. I. ....... D.U _31 ** r 11 S r .17$ ..13ttabS.41dDui.ss Pkilt. 41 111 17 41 11 S I 11 4r .!*! Cararr*)!*. Cti. .M Sl* 21 II IS 1 SI I .!** the Pirate managership.: Ac- men's Assn. here payments.Up
It 21 47 I I I I 3.14.175L351Ia aKT. DctraU H H II* It 111 I .13. ,, Km* Pklla. _17 II Ill II I 55.21. Fda. sm mOt
was reported that both Davis 1 M-.. D ::41 4 S I S 1 .17 ..17Dwftu. '.1.. PkU _M 111 11 M II 1 S 17 1 .171 i i Kam X. T. 4S 117 H 41 71 1 11 1 .117 cording to the story, Perini said i Lansing was t m on mt
.ad Good were favorably Impressed -. 64n114, 2* 21 1 I I 1 .13 JM ,),niL IMC ... 117 11 31 II 1 11 1 .177 sirs Ckkai *sises It I I .% TRalaa. he would not stand in Herman's I i ly by the gener membership for loa pr1vu.You .
with the athletic field be 151" G'Till* 2 t M I I I 1 I .131 ..143SM. Pkilla. Ckkasa I* 117 M U 11. t IS II ..171Lakaar. : CI_. 4. 1U 1* 41 It I It I .:r.I : of fish can get 129 to $3t 0
.. Lms.buri _2* M S I 2.fl2.133' Sc J,. _M IM t* It I I 111 I .:7, Utwkllar. .a_ 34 II IS I* 11 1 II 5 .214 way. h efor bh and o
1 lag constructed here. Baa81.. A. a n T i S s S.Sl2.W4Pluwi Rtorkk, X. '1'. .14231233100 I 1* 1 JUkarawdr. I U... tin. 4S 144 IS 41 It 1 IS 5 ..MSWilktr. McKinney understood he could I Irame George A signature aloe, furniture 0
Ckk4* II IU U 17 13' 4 II S .17* Bkln 17157274 II 111 1 ..JMR.tna. l'have ,
K.1kI43.: Ckl. _41 IM 11 4* II 1 I I':" Cia,. ... .5711124541* 1 I IS 1 ..HISitU. Herman forsomething less I,Seer. re-elt vce-priet I It'i'I auto.Write
California Captures !. l> Cam* ., Us.Lisvs. E.bsrCbks..I11142Is It I T 1 .28* Ro.ua _44 117 II II II S IS 1 .181 than 30000. But here. Warren I I CMPau OllTt or come In to set
O'Ttn. _11 21 1 t I I 1 ..185P.4Ick. T.... w.... _II 11 II 17 4 1 5 S .%Ify. | Mart. 3s.t.fl 111 :I* Sl 11 1 tlll.tn Giles of the Cincinnati Reds Unwittingly I in appreciation of his conservation me at the address given
NCAA World Series'KALAMAZOO PaUtte11 IS 1 II I I I ..341II ..., ?b1Is. _U 11 II 11 14 4 14 4 JM i j GantM. XT. ....3126312412* I 1 11 I J7I work and his efforts in low. If phone first, b
X T. _1* I set up the rollers on I $75
,_. W. A. _1' 4S 11 I I ..333w.stbn. : ITrs. 14 11 11 41 4 II I .IM Narflwr. 1-2L12111'2047110' 824 1 ..171Pirko. estb- u. J
1/ CAP California PtlaU ..1' 74 11 !I S S 11 ..3%. 1iu.27.Y.S121I7553,4 521 I .!I. I Cklrun -3W1144113 in 1 ..171'r Perini's wringer. He put in a bid ment of Mullet Lake Pt :1. t can to tizn and pith
OMIT. BattM ...41$1Z45 12 I M I .HI McCnkk. $ US $ '.46I the cash in one vtslt.Open
TTlw. BtafM lJ'I* I 11 I .mtl for Herman to .
the' Reds.
outlasted Yale I to 7 yesterday to Hjitt. Uwkvrc. I II I I 1 I 1 ..111II I' 1_ 7. r. M iii 421 I' ii' .:>* I i iEtan. PMU. Bourn :M 71 I* II 11* 8.271 manage J. A spokesman for $130 u
win the National collegiate Ath- tl 45fl43.Ps.8s.d.15U I S I ..31'1Wod. Dttrail &31H2141$1 II I ..131Hank. "'.& .... rkiraca 112047117131 115 I ..177GllkOTt. The price on Herman skyrocketed. ; 35 Ho.ard fishermen attending I 117 141 $3 lIen thn FrL S>S.
kite Association *.*.. .1't I 5 1 I ..31.I. :X T. _HIS' II 1 1 I I I js PMla. M 15 I IS 1 1 I I I .177 The Braves asked Elliott and eommeeil $200 156 111I Evenings by a'
"' Baseball -World I.... P.Ika 1 w 4 ". .*. f..I*. m U .14 n 1 11 11 1 i* t .251: ...., *. B.....B S71I31SS3 IS 143 .m meeting presented 25.36Pruip 0 Closed App
Series. It was the second straight T-. ...... __ 12* I I I I I ..25ris. *.*. Fklla. 14 11 1 11 1 1 I I I .IU 1"8'.a .11 111 It.. It SI* 4 174 Kiner in exchange for Herman a series of designed $0 2.4 IL1w
win for the Bears in the best two- .. $4a.-..... U 21r I I I I 4 ..Nc.lu. 31.6. Ckl-Bata 382142434 I. I It 1 ..131Htiu. : Lamh.rtl. X. T. 11 31 I t t I S I I .:73 and an outfielder named G len- eliminate prpl I c.. .st
.. Uik. .. II 17 1. 1* I 1 S .* Oft.. _44 111 11 II 41 1 II 1 JSI M. XcCamkk.ortaa to "bter. achiUe
water. After
out-of-three game series. 3312.M. ...". I II I" I ..HIT : '",- ...... _M III 11 M II I II I jj:* ___ .S7 11 11 IS S S 513 I J7S long bartering. McKinney by I '.
.... ...,. PSi!.. ....134411137110 1 T I .IS* consented to give Elliott I C
4.5.53. D.U Ift 7 I I 4 .131I. earatMa. III" L. 3* 74 ( I* It 1 II I .17* lead toward amiable settlement
..... ..... _. ,...... .5*. U $11122343 'I $11 I J4* an -
13. I 5 5 5 .m Mhfer. SkIPS II II I 17 It' I .17* I and. Catcher Hank Camelli for .
_-. 3 AIL ..11 U s .5 i ..mt Go.,. ".... .441432431 II 1 I 1 ..141KtttMr. ISMT., X. T. U,13* 4* II 11' 52 s I ..17KlMtm. of difference
IJ7, --'I 11 31 I 5. 5 1 .IH : cm. ..u u* u M 111 in 1 ..inUrBrMa. Pitta. _I* HI I 27 11 11* I Jtt Herman. Pitcher Elmer Singleton I commercial and btwH PenDIj: tiw ,o 5.04Sp
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_rs.s.$4.As..11 41 1* I 1':17 fmtt*. ..... .11 4* 421 51 I t I .:If .' Outfielder Stan Wentzel 'I fih- .
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S I 'l.SIr -- 17 M1111IIIIJ4* HaUi'ia. Phta. ermen. The proposals were ,
MUttbk. Ltatkwi ai n S 11 4* 0 11 I I I T 1 JllKarawikl. and Infielder .
....... DsvlS.s II 4111 .311 1.. L. '121211451* Ins ..14Cat. Whitey Wietelmann. ferred to the association's board Lass t..
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Nil45ss.I.Asg.1351 I I I I .!la Fur Patlilaw tr- ..., .J... B.Maa -173105113 1 121 ,%11 of directors. I I; 1' tr
KltW.. DVMM 1* ISMMrte. III 4 .!H : MiUtr ( .. 8212235111124. 1 ..11RmfltMrt. indicated there 537 N. Orange Ave.
Dtf.-Lkrt 11 I* I Ill, .218 Pbbs..CIvb I I. N IkSaCtMt. .'I Ps.1158s.tLl3 I Pitt*. M11S4$21iU I .!l1 ..... PWiknxk U SS 54 14 n 2'. 1..I33 Lansing was a I I .F "' ..
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ENG| ...tmt 1* 41CtTMk I I S ..IMr Clr 4 11 U I 7 1 I L- p-..*. Bna HMI13IIIIS.IM t-L.-n.Ua.. U 41 41 !* IJ 21.233 promised i ,
RUINS IMwrf. -_ 11 IIAMriMK i I' ..IMi GlflsspkCbS. l5I541213151.uI55ss.N.T. Jaknaaa. Chest S4 117 14 Sl It Iii J.s 8dl S !.*. I* U 4 S .in __13 IM n..l I 1 I S ..11J.ks.s. I HanaiaatkL Bkla 3.101515 It 1:1 I.II L.bu58. 11 41 41 14 I* 1 4 .:st 1 would be
Ooerr, Pal.1.. M I I 'I .117 Iota _II 14 141314 31 ..fBot. !rI ,..... .$... IS 42 Tilt .117 Dots... -11 14 11254 S $1 .f!! .Iat_. XT. _Sl U 11 14 Il I I I .{MAdutt. *t II 4J S5 11 U I 1 S ..XMCdOOOT. i Cunt. and
I........ Sssds -l, 17 3 S t I 4 .1.112SIs. CII!. .12 M 4* 1* II I 1 43 ..M7I nil. It 14 DIP I'. S I | .%!::17I re-stocking progress :
fflftftWUITYTICKNOX .. 5s44s.4 U IS 4 Sill .IM ClIo..... XT. 11 IM Tl t* S3 11 1 ..u.II. *I I I_..... CJae. .M 141 17 M T t 1 It t ..ISSMultl. .....X.T. _11 II II 17 IT SCTMU. IT XS !, urged plans for a hyacinth eradication -II
Vur*. Untati 1127 1453.14 me*. PII&. II M U 41 IS 1 I 15 ..19II I U.U SI 111 4* $4 T 4 1 SI 1.st: n... IS 17 M IS n 1 .. Ir.m''
ii ,stTii 38.G.as.tlI. 1* M 2 III .132 a...'_ bat. It 14 *31121 I ..113S I Haadlor. Pklla. _M 121 I 11 I. I U t J%54 DtckM. K. 1* II 71 77 M 44 1 II .IM cPa
l$5515. M. A... U IIIkMtrl. 1 4 5 S t .11* .... X. T.k II 4T ttt 41 53 ..671W7Ws.8..131fl1ll3s27 *tyn *ax. Palla. StlMtlS* 14 trVbafnaf. ..232cs 1It$5.23L3S U 12 %t U 1 344551 I Iy I
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Reaches High Peak Volusia ,- I Increase Shown ,j I
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Realty ,t'4 Island Grove j

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STIMULATING NBWS OF the. week is the report that! Plan Meeting -' *1 ; '': _ Shows Growth I
in Florida ValuesFlorida
in 1946 reached by far the' .
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highest total In the Southern region-$303 million-con-, ir TOM met L : r 1' "" \ -+ ......swt
trastrd With 1> tSoerieJ! to The Sunday Sen net-Sterl v
$133'3'C00 A1.
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Florida totals i ? in 1939. The only State nearing (fOur Own Staff Correspondent] __ ISLAND GROVE- This Central farm land ntn hate
was Tennessee with $193 million. Total- nor,- DELAND "Judging from the t + Florida comunlty is Just what its risen 22 per cent tn the 94. >'fs.
1 fstructlon for the seven' st "tt.-iD number of inquiries about real ale Imolirt lush tropical cit- although there are toifciB fj *i
0ome 40 BUte now use a State I:the southern region reached the'estate for sale in this vicinity. I Mr: gas and farming section,surrounded a Central upertn eft. V** 9Buresa <-
FttlersI roeperUre crop report- staggering total of $1,138.800000 ,;believe that DeLand and West A by peaceful waters and lake of Acrteuttunl Uriiftoi
JM Mnkt. first betun In Wlscon- in 1946r-half a billion more than 'Volusia* County; will have as many marshes. reported yesterday,
tin .in 11 n. in 1939. With hampering; restric prospective" buyers as were here The town is actually an Island Eased .n the etisMt ashes
tions removed. 1B47 should show last year John Holder recently N.with Orange and Lochloosa Lakes per sere, the pries .( turn lead
EXPERT increased building to every field, i j I elected president of the DeLand ion the west. Orange Lake marsh In the Suit betas U kf es4la
Board
one of the best construction years of Realtors Information ,4 ion the south and east and the 1941 sad veal up M per etui
WATCH
REPAIRING in i history. Both starts and completions Requests for are "blf swamp" on the north. JudgIng In six yeah
BpeeUlixint coming in heavily from the from the Indian mounds and
lean in 8wh and Amer- in private-financed permanent Bllddlewestera and Northern w |stone arrow and spearheads found This compared vttfc ** ..US
Watches a Dan Berrice: during the homes first and five apartments months of States Holder declared. A majority (hereabouts the Seminoles were of S3 per cent IB tt. pctsma
ORLANDO JEWELRY this of them indicate they will probably the original settlers. quarul'-ftaMJ'
239 & year surpossed any compar- visit the State sometime in July The total ttoe In faan real
Orange
Comer Jsckson able period since the 1920s. In the early dan the settlement .
to look over the situation. I estate since 1911 was. W f**
--- *' it And many of them are stating was known atr....- cent and rated ttttt .to tUt
.,__ .....' I sand's TerriUry. named aftera
that they definitely have decidedto lII 1 '<' ;" I $19.50 REALTORS. consistently for education have in make Florida their permanentI ; THE BUSINESS BUILDING at 2300 Ed e9 I I property. The sole was handfed for T. Sherman and large family of cattle. sweets the biggest fen* Mo- M
real home which seems to indicate an of Windermere turpentine men.Transportation Kentucky. AUbMM, 0
estate, through local I i Penney by Roy Lennon
courses Dr.
water
in College Park :.
sold
Bottled! Gas vocational classes, and through intention to buy if a suitable growing was i in the office of Joe G. Myers Realtor 29 W. In and out of and TensMsee. .
Cylinders sponsorship of the Chair in Real. property can be found.A I! this week to an Orlandoan for investment I II. the ('Onunun1tyas difficult and The nattaeai aeesee IItItrfW.Kh .
ICC Approved Estate at University of Florida for large percentage of those desiring -I I Washington Ave. hazardous due to the lakes and I the IflJ-M period. Mfcef U
which Realtors have contributed I I property are people who i marshes, and during the Civil War index basis was ftO. e M*.
Cer.plete with Tare thousands of dollars In scholar' have reached the retirement age ;,i the area became known as a haven ---- --
sad ierrlinf "1(1b.1 &hI a. It is of Interest to learn and wish to settle here with a Slate Realtors Construction Shows of refuge I past, and everytMwr H**. ..
that the License Law Committeeof :'small income producing farm or After the war, many persons a bright' future TN Mtkwftf
Homt & Trailer Supply the National Assn. of Real. store to supplement their outside I were lured here by accounts: of has recently tom wU* *4 sad
can f. ue st. ra.M -IalK Estate Boards has now by resolu income. 1 the mild climate good fishing, an m rfM4 aukta U easy t*
tion last week recommended to log "In spite of the Interest in real Slated abundance of fruit and the dark reach aO poiats In Hi* 6ta4
cal board officers that they endeavor estate here" the veteran of 251 i I II Meeting Rise in Sanford rich sod "which would now any within a few tows' iri**; ,*4
to have all fees collected I years experience in DeLand .real I tin-." It's sUQ line that UM ties: load
:; for real estate licenses !estate declared 'the market this Ii Is adaptable U alsassl af Iff*
': paid intoa Summer i Al Werly, president of Florida MAYME An the stories of the prodoetlvtness -
and rail will not be aseller's lr HODGKIN
fund set aside .f farmlag.The .
exclusively for the I Association of Realtors announced Our Own Sat ef the region were band
market like last for Correspondert
administration and enforcement of year yesterday the semi-annual meeting to be true and daring the Utter latest dmisfss-i O t to .*.*-
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the license law for education of {people no longer are willing tot of board of Flor- SANFORD-July 1 will see a number of large con part of the 19th Century I culture m this secuss is fee eeCnr
real estate brokers salesmen and take- anything at any price. I Irhe ida Association of governors Realtors. July I struction jobs in Sanford completed and a number of new Island Grove rapidly der Up das i project of Sen. W A. AtM.
those who desire to come into. the I market will be what I term I I1Z, at Floridan Hotel Tampa jobs begun which will include the completion of the new an agriculture and orange his brother. Ii is tail ffcM.celery
a negotiator's for the
market
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business. farm in tMs of
bus section. Out
terminal
i prospective buyer will carefully Matters to be discussed include I costing approximately $30,000 which will ac- | ids, and the taw Mill"I
I look over' all the properties for I program for convention at West comodate the Greyhound Bus Co... rjasseneers.. .... .. I The groves were "knocked out" i located in Wa-M Oiwt &
riTWENTY-FOUR STATES Including -}!sale and then try to seek a na- j Palm beach Oct.17-29; building The official opening is now set. by the 1895 freeze, but unlikemany an ckBtten to tt* *.*.. te"dittea
A Florida have been or'sorable I tfrice adjustment:: if it I fond for Association Dome; important !fon July t. This building is strategically t!'repairs i other Central Florida or* to pte-TMlBg t :,I J '
I now are being organized under look offered at an inflated price. I bills parsed in the Legislature located for greatest con- on the city jan and newmattresses j sage territories Island Grove didn't hundreds of prafrte-M IN
the new set-up of the National "It all adds up to a healthy, i ; National legislation I i lenience both of passengers buses t in the cells. The c0unt 1 suffer a mass exodus of its growers and in UM field
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Home and Property Owners Foun : active real estate business here pending, vital to Realtors." Nominating '''taxis and private automobiles Its ) jail has had new curtains put[j and their families. Trees wereset. re The ctkry to fce4M. M**m iM
dation. Arthur Binns. Philadelphia and one which should do much committee appointmentswill I of concrete, steel and aluminum E up in the waiting rooms and of- ',, more groves were planted muck lands of tfc* at fat el
A Lillie Checking I president of the Foundation is I to aUd to the development of be announced. and will include a fine restaurant. fire rand'' in just a few years carloads the Orange Lake .......
nationally known for his remark- DeLand andV e I t Volusia Roumillat and Anderson Drug t This new construction and en- i,of the bright golden fruit were ---- --' -
May Save You I Ii able slum- re-development work, 1 County" Policy Committee of the Association Co. Walgreen agency has Just renewed barging of businesses is estimatedat i once again moving out of the local
using private financing. 'Defense i Holder said already he had not- I will meet Saturday forenoon its lease on the ground floor J about $120,000. depot.At ii I INSURANCEPhone
i \Memberships" In the Foundation with Membership and Legislative of the Brumley Puleston building 'II first. according to Mrs.
I IIII"CBBCI u well u contribution for defense i sell-: Committees meeting Friday after- owned by C. H. Stoer of Lees- Holland Sells Home Ed Johnson an Island Grove resident 2-4596
f c.' -' .. j art now being urged in order to i I profit margin during recent noon, July 11. burg, and added to its present Sac ol to The Sunday Scmc-l'-S'JtJ for the past 40 years "u.eI I'
Lee Crawford
I. r..e),s...., tw., .: .. I.. fight the recent La Guardla libel months and that he believed, is I, hosts Tampa to Board the of Realtors will be space is the store facing First St. FRUTTLAND PARK-K. M. I oranges were "pulled by hand M.
M.-i.a..r.rnw.. ..4 suit to a successful conclusion. In the surest sign of many property gathering and will and the store space facing on Park Holland has sold his house here :packed in barrels, and brought in' 663 N. Ares
t ...> A that Uckiaf NOW t MyHUCKEtOTfiAU 1 the course of his crusade for the I transfers within i the next few compliment the governors with Ave.. thus doubling its presentarea. to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wort for by mule and drag over a tram- i Orongi
... '" ... ..... .....eah.s rights of private property owner- .months. a party following the business The lease according to filed $12,600. road."
v ds.g. bP a... .... ..., I ship. Binns commented, on a natlonal -]r meeting. documents is for five years fo? "It ii hard to compare the
a+.- -. W".... ....... organization' to conttnue : $ly,500. I Leesburg House Sold above crude methods to today's!
a.., I.. w lap. I'M' a..w twee I rent control by former Mayor La Soil Districts I modern procedures of gathering, FOR SALE
_.., --f "...,,.. j Guardia of New York and is now I 4 Million The Seminole Truck and Trac- ISpeccJ to The Sunday Sem'net',Star] ,motor truck transportation, anal
..... ........ wr ...... ,.., I i being sued for $100.000 by the lat- tor Co. an associate of the Or- LEESBURO Mr. and Mrs. J.{. I the up-to-date packing houses nor I .
........,uw ..5,41..c.. ter. Three ange Belt Truck and Tractor Co. R. Avery have bought a house in in Island Grove Mrs. Johnsoncontinued. :i Ideal fishing tamp W4#, IH
I Acres SubjectTo of Orlando expects to begin con- Wilkins subdivision from R. E.I acres land en the ti. J*has
struction on a large building at Ayers for $5.000. Island Grove has had a happy I River, high fcastU. best tart
&INC More Counties Eleventh St. and French Ave.. t -- --- ban fishiag. asmt I ar etted. .'
IHtVKJUKS COVtCLO.ft THE WEATHER MAN Erosionf next week. according to City Inspector 1 acn.4w.4.. et**.riwtr .
111 E. lUMnMn Ave.ferae Is Enlargement of the Central Grady Duncan. The aera Jas. Gamble Rogers II i Howard Douglas FiedlerARCHITECT I .. Ha*. vlHaMr *f new hI -
9911 Says now the time to plant Florida district of the TJJS. SOil f Sper 01! to The Sunday Sent ne!.SterlORES. will be aproxImately 60 feet by { I Laid Yarbt Ct.k He .{ &
Your Grass Conservation Service to include A. H. REPPARD of the 150 feet. Architects 0 Engineers i few adaptable pkeaa .| \LlSgrened "
Pangola,, Flagler Osceola and Indian River I A Florida Association of Soil Building Consultants k so 1M1.. Matt tt4t...
$1.00 bushel, you, dig Counties was reported yesterdayby I Conservation District Supervisors Both the County Jail and Sheriffs ; I See E. H. reefer .......
office Jail Post Office //
and
and Police POST
City OFFICE BUILDING /g.-PflOJi9< 191WINTER
District Conservationist R. XLj said ; Spring t1a. *r tl Mt Ole-
$%.0' bushel we dlf- I yesterday that there are office have been I fit
renovated. being
r WitherelL I 40340,000 acres in the State sub- painted throughout with I WINTER PARK. FLA. I PARK FLORIDA I Land, lla relied a' .uet..... tq
W. K. PRICE & SON Counties already within the district ject to erosion. I {pom
were Orange. Seminole Lake. This represents 52 per cent J
lei S. Orange Ava. Phone C3$5 Brevard and Volusia.' ef the land in Florida, he added
Addition of the three counties
his
basing figures on reports of
followed a re-apportionment the U. S. SoU Conservation
which eliminated two districts, he Service. -
explained.Two .
members of the flames Of the land subject to erosion,
AlEHOUSEor City Office of the SCS haveNeD i only 681.000 acres is now pro- A '
transferred to the Orlando tected by complete conservation
headquarters.These are Howard treatment leaving more than 3J j4
BUsiand. biologist and )Iush million acres unprotected.
: : INDUSTRIAL SITE U E. Cogglns. drainage engineer l-" Many persons do not think ,
; erosion is a serious factor in a
Bissland's services win be available State so level as Florida. but *
Will 147 ft. railroad, frenlagev to Central Florida farmers nearly 4Vi million acres can not
and sportsmen in the planning of be disregarded." Reppard asserted.
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$ e fMrtawest corner ef Boone alt Irvin Streets
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v fish ponds and other wild-life con- -Of course our principal prob-
Lot Dimensions on sign on lot. serration aids the district con- lem now is water control and all
servationist, said.. persons in the State including
... farmers businessmen bankers and
PriM REBUCED IB $15._ Tarns
even school children must cooperate -
1 to save our heritage of
For farther partiemlan see land IDdatel.." .;

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WYAN SMITH
DNEILsLEEs Rains Help CropsGAINESVI ;;t.

owxnt LE Recent good .
515 Broadway Dial 4672 rains saved crops of many Alachua
County farmers according to ,
.. County Agent Loonis BUtch. The
crops were suffering greatly as a
result of a prolonged dry spell
j which preceded the rains.

I Potato wart a disease of potatoes -
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il'frj"he was brought into Pennsylvania -
by immigrant coal miners
who sought to introduce plant varieties -.
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\ I FAMCIMO SPACta always at froM lIS. tolin and orchestra Instru CONTRACT BUILDING of Dew r rjPHOLSTTRINO and slip covers APP.lAltCEs-For Immediatedellv- BOAT-1C ft. inboard erpres 3 H. P. DR1NELOaUoinolls
ORLANDO.. FLORIDA doer of Wllwo Lronard's new o- C. J. Kelson. 2209 Lakeside homes and repairs to homes and made to order. They lit. they arc ert. Electric range apartment Brtgg 4trUoa motor. 7 month 10IIJi
12.SUN.JUNE29.'g 1947 I Sara time. Complete Uo- c( phone 22989. building of any kind. Repairs financed BOME OAS SERVICE. pretty and they, wear. Many ttm a P OU., 10 a 13 eld. win sacrifice tor 250. Can 5O47. .ar. lU W.
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food 316 8. Oranct Bloalom See T. P. Fullard. 39 E. Amelia I to choose froia. M.tt .
I Rardvare PIANO LESSONS-Besin or continue e tn. 3.3.4, al u DESES3a a.sEnates. .
t Trail Ph. 22111. your study. Jennie Sue Dnnaacaa. : phone 2-4032. Self an units new In stock 1122 W. Church: 21.'UPBLOIp Charles IIDb. B. BABT CARRIAGE-i o nortada or. (McrwMSl tyasrSse-
I coolers Home
I call 2-0077. Inlt.1 cost. Can Libby & covers refia- : I RCA. r. Soas.let .
ROOM. BOARD. iraninc care. Forsied. CONCRETE FLOORS Drive-way, : 8 and en ft. Ironers. Coakm :
or ma- REAL ESTATE LAW and practice. 1 steps. flagstones. Reasonable. Freeman. 11 W. Church. obUiaUoa. Water y Fatrvt,ta Celel. a.vorSIl
\\'g I uml-invalld. nervous I : Gluln tooJen BABY CARRIAGE FobUa tTPC I
Classified tal dU>rd'ri. 1920 E Michigan Art. Preparation for Broker and Sale- Thirty years ia business. Free esttmstes. -I I: Call tatrsm-BrowB. 41 W. CenUaJ.. t : 2.n 4 Good condition. LaU OTh Woods 1 DINETTE COITS- 8p Jta. ..
man. Home study coarse now *TS11sble. C. N. Nld,. Winter Park 469. -or 2-2. hetel 30. 40 nur"l,Chick Co, *4 mile north ot Maiuando nataL Shod eat Iwt M**
SWEDISH USSAGZ-.or arthritis; Major Crank. 139 K. Pine: 6566. HOUSES Screens andwindows. ni. WeUlbO mn $ 1792BOAT tapestry ta_. Dial liltDX _
MUrttU: iltndertztng; Miss Gil CONCRZTk FLOORS etc. W* form. WAH BlBG I
bert. 1204 W. Yale Arc. 2-M1S. NEW CLASSES July lit. Beginners pour and finish concrete floors.4ft" lk paint Jobs. I UOUUY "utn., presarl ckl'l. cof -Outboard motor and trailer. eoes( .
tadln only.8PIIUTDAL. and refresher courses. Bookkeep- ..". walks and steps. For 7 tDI.tn. : .. nrlllt repairina. Sa Upholstery Shop city and bottled seL I' h RU'. 5150.1801 Kunl Arena best .rar

I trollS 1ns. accounting short band Orttr business Iborthand.machlDe mathmsllcs. price estimate call 2-0256. Dunham C.1 125.i Phone IJ'4.TPEIN 20 and 3. btk and city .. BOAT-Plywood; compktelr colUpslble Ir'i.P-' 0ri5U le6.
fltlatl'Star RZADraOS. Daily i Concrete Co.CLLUiICG X. i quickly and easily folded
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l D. typlnt. spelling business LAW WOWE RPAE BUNDS Ie. 1 I
5. by Dr. Alice Ortarcr IX "use. Nebraska a.olh
S Founded I for car Mills and DuLLS asDesiasL
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t.Ad BotMr English elTil service and calculator.Orlando AND PRESSING Cash amc Atoml) t16.
W 5837. diO' I w.
= 5H W. Central. Phone Spl.l S\tr Okeeha. umlas
t chine Welding work. 2 ,
Secretarial School. S W. and carry Prices will save you I Sp 115 rea.\t ARMY khaki BEDROOM SUITE-Complete. piece xm ssllllg 0 ,
j REPAIRINo-Promp' *rrrIce. I clothes. Efu- Aye.. Winter Park.I a-I .refllllb.r.pe. Co. IUR5 P.Dt llvingjoom suite platform rocker
WATCH Church. Bring us your
2M Mr hej I money. -BM Ifl. i I' ma* A, o*. 4M lad ft*** .
d.k b late. Beabi-
caara-teed. C. W. 119. Gas range other article
An work perlor Cleaners 214 Boone St. 1739 Kohl Ave eom- ..
c. ne I I LOTS CLEARED Prompt I. 85.VE locktr tool 'I'I. AUaata. O* W*
Rordmr. 404 W. Church. 16. Travel Information I I Free estimates ao time. ,i REPAIRED clothing and ra, er. 1329 19th Street.
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j 'lasdu Me p.r las W. P. KfttT. R lUred 8nrryor. aged lady,I CABINET Ci.l order.ANB'Central MTLLWORK Florida Lumber to gpe- !' .bon 1-1147. John N .t. ; Slats' replaced' BLINDS wt aIuaf. for Sal..e. 48 E. Church. 101'1'I.'I.BASSINrrr&BaQ CaU carriage.27011. Will | 300* caMs MA: -i. I.-r. 1,
.w- ctarw toe I Chuda'and Main Arcade. Phone ATLANTA. G* Middle I, Co. Mills and Nebraska. LAWN MOWERS Hsnd and powered. Guaranteed not to r .... dflvus aelar bemewet _
desires transportation between July10th I Repaired and For kind of Zoo so. AUTOMATIC W"T BUTANE OAS BANOZ-4.cLaxs. 30 I I : sew bL 910 30 w.
$34 say
I CMMcmtl Day 1U ta ft 'u and 13th. will share expenses CLAY ROAU3 BUILT-Also lime rock la. Ma Eleetrte .0. nd hcstaC.tare. '
and Reflnlshlnc and repairs gaL water beater bedroom
ground laid
ft. at lOG watt *a* UtfM metee ITS
t Crasmttv Day* !*. to a and help di-Ue. Call 2-6802. i I paving with surface treatment. .11'I 'actr. Mertlandg." Limited quantity but .. Practically '
Ward I HMMatioMl iiLost: and Found guaranteed. Iambi & Stimp-:Co. 2309 N. Ortnta. Phone 9716.MIRRORS fal'J' trained nlJ'Q Installation. Convenientterms. I storsf aw Oood cMdtttaat. Tw 31 vH D C.oten. .
Work
ec-a\ Av Out ra*. SUM Sates BEAVER DAM. KY. or : '. Can Inc. Phone 5437. I made to Orlando B). e Immediate. WUlard & Kilter. alt for 8300 cash. L. C. Newton Rt. c. *J-V ** *l* *4JlMaltUad.
I lIOn RIVE v.nelAQUEODUo I .
IU PAPERS LOST-Finder take .3. LasTing Wed. morning glass Or- 1739 8. Kohl: 85. I 2. BOX 2112.BICYa. A8... Tee& eel
Stasis LasesthsM JOe par DISCHARGE heater Block. I36. IUt
roofs. wd
Rt. t BOX Call 4008 Mon. or Tues Mr. Richard. CONCRETE I&RVICE-FJoon. I oner WHIZZER MOTORS-See j ji I IMkway at. I.
n.hy. Mirror Wks 5249
t CMMMVUT* Days ISa BM a 5a7 UterI t. i. t. M driveways steps and walks. The : VENETIAN BLINDS-Made like _w. water leakage. 115it.icrw
I CoMctlv Day JO* KM a lay 172. Winter Park. ".. DETROIT. MICHIGAN-Mother and best In enginecrinc, workmanship MATTRESSES RENOVATED and recovered Lowest prices. Best services. Call eon- I i your new 1947 model. Immediate I IUIb
tN12a-* 2 M SpanieL butt son wish ride on or about July 1st. 'I i and msteria Free estimate For I I in brisfit color-last tick- "" 919 W. Cental Or- crete and 1.. .brl m.- ,- delivery. Also complete Hue of bicycles : uwO& ..
AS WaaVAdi aurt te U. Ortwdr DOG L08T-COCkf'1'faint white spot Call 24093.BOCSTON. concrete work of aU kinds call 6780or I hiss. Comfort fIt best of work I.ndo Aca P. 1 onry. Smyth Lumber Co. M. Orange. i i. and bicycle part mIles Rid fee *a Easy ,oletalie $aemaheeaa -
male JJ2"head.
red. g" Whltscr motor bike 6 C1et.ifa.id
11th. Take Concrete Co. manship. Run 1122 W. I r I r
Ptl3tedk TEXAS July 9530. Buchanan Railroad.ATTICFANSAU
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and
lattaasl Lad an Buff. .Co I
MeraJN equipped tot M.I .
Aniwers to name Church 22213. DRIG-We'.ra penny. Whixzer Motor Sales wick X- 11Ja21 ICIIIIt .
sa the .t1M& .. 'I'MQrIude Call 5092.DIISS .. J. Phone 9549. CONCRETE WORK; driveways steps.walks. WE wells. Any I from 30 to I i I Orange: 2-4687. | c.t Mwal. JIrI r. A. C'_. .
stat as &lie UI : by boat or floors septic tanks: it- I OFFICE MACHINES RZPAIRED.Ourservice W will survey sndestimat
HAVANA and Nassau size up to S Inch. No water no pay 48 In. I 1 REOISTEB and Invoice ma
'ne nt-Ad Depart*ent II as.' LOST Htahway 441: near plane. Call Orlando Travel Service censed bonded; Southern States Floor l.raDte. Check with Nothing down. 36 months to pay. of complete Installation at I, CASH -Whiz.Slightly .. Cal IIe.nELEC'TUC
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ma jo ju 11 1 P-a. daibadutr.aSt.13s.a. Monhvrn LlthU. Return to -. Ill E. Centrah dial 9504. i, Co.. 8714 or 2-2206 for George Stun 1 Va St, phone Belmany WeD Drilling and Pump no cost. Terms up to 3 months. chine Office.i I: a.
Cab Sosib
Co.
Williey. Lll Ph. S1S8. Reiser. Theater I I be seen at Yellow 9W sad Psioste
HICKMAN. KTNashvine.. Memphis. i DRY CLEANING W* employ only Supply. Route 3. Winter Oarc Wlllard k Dead tw infer r pr 8&t 22. vicinity or en route. Want ride skilled experienced help: and PLUMBING REPAIRS.-Bill Kln for Road. Orlando. Fla. Ph. 101. Block. Celonialtown; dial 813 i CAMP STOVES Just received a EtTR30tasdicios. ._ .
5105. DOG LOST-J Is month old lemon vacation becins July 6. References :. modern machinery. Try us.MscDult : pro' guaranteed repairs. Phone WASHING AiiiJE3.pl.c. coffee stylo large shipment Bumby Hardware I I. EM Ii
miett4 1 setUp .hlte fPlllale polllter. Vicinity[ .f Call Miss Brown. 4161 or 2.0053.NEWYORKLesvthl Clearer 204 Rldgewood. corner 559. ResIdence 1729 Orand. makes. MACE. RUA unusual for each piece ht4 little :i 182 W. Church.CIRCULATING 1111 Nettao.. NSIdehvot
I Av rusr* *r* of any err*** n Lockhart Thursday a m. Ph. 9240.ch.ckeE July 3rd or ; Rosalind. Phone 2-1060. Barton's next to Colony Theater, feet: mad of whit metal, aftl HEATER-Ploreae*. 3 &LECTDC WA'IB ._
IfcjySraVtM SesUasI-tay! Will PARASOL LOST Black whit 4th. Ride wanted; cood driver; 1 ELECTRICAL REPAIRING and house FAINT ESTIMATES-Color nun Winter Park 93. __ plated; DUd plsting. Job !I burner, lat model 50 gaUoa Paw- at Ie' s.
buck border BaroUte wetted suitable for camp or cet drum. Woodea panel door, 3 ft.I 225. W strsh 1dIN.asacesic .
.t to iwsasibis lf M>f MM *- share expenses. Ph. Chat Butler wiring. Call 4514. Miller Willi : Uon Reliable painters meD WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS '!
iBSCrtM.T sword handle lost to Dlckson-Ives. 2-1465. I Electrical Contractor. ded. Hatch 6001 At Olldden'a.PAINTINO9X12 Service all an workguaranteed. picnic; sold ia lot only; plate 6 inches x 6 ft. I Inches Ph. Winter tRNI .
dress shop. Return address 0 DI.t. glasses covet big Park 881-J Or 914 Fairbanks AV*.
floor
; 4th CAROLINA. Eastern-Via I I ELECTRIC CLEANER SERVICEOD.i Al 2014 E. dlh. mesS deetmo
NORTH. .
.. Can Flats You Inside parasol Reward. Savannah and Charleston. Leav i outlet for genuine Hoover parU rooms, ceiliags and Kaley Are., phone 6247. etc about 25 p 110 N Junes. I i CHEST OF DRAWERS-Walnut fin ref Ksst Nmes Ca7 ffVT
vTa-t-Ad by Telephone LOST-Black and white checked silk Inc Wed. One rider wanted. Ph. 1, For modern upkeep service call the $12. Including flat oU. Low WASHING AIR COMPRESSOR-Curtis. 21 CO.ft I ish. 30 inch width. 824 95. Orlando PSI.. 2Jlt1nECT8IC
: parasol Thnrsdsy. Reward. Same 612. Winter Park. only authorized Hoover service sta- "a., Terms U desired; Hrtnsed. AU ICE. Ifnle RA .. 5 H-P motor. 3 ph.2 volt Furniture. 141 and 615 W. Church. _0. jtor. ., ..
Did 4161 and address Inside. tion. Bumby Hdw. 6104 er 2-1755. I M Helfand. 2-28. up service h. Bar. with Thermal .t I CHURNS The newstreamlliiDaiey I Aho
WILL TBK PERSON finding a lane 17. Hauling and Moving FURNITURE REPAIRED and refin- PLASTER PATCHING by an u n pll. 2213 Edfewaler Dr. College Fart. Price.. 835O cash. Buckeye. Garas. batter chum. Knog Stores boo.. Jsasss .nc Cs n
white tipper purse lost at Lake I iibed; stoves and lawn mowers rcpslred. Also minor repairs. Orlando 2-1972. I 1317 W. Grand Ave.uiaco2.D1T1ON12cO Co. 25 t._ PIne. Phone_2-3163. ;Church PIt 11M.

Coaway Tuesday June 24: (keys and AERO MAYFLOWER TRANSIT CO. R. A. Austin. 542 Piedmort. '''JoI.lnunan dial 9948 WELL DRILLING-We specialize- All slaes. CYPRESS TANK 8-ft. dlaatwr. i PJCTMC 'I1

II. By Slttert- Care papers only sentiments valuable value owner compact Send- -Lone distance movtnc. Call Joiner : Phone 2-0421. __... PLUMBING SERVICE-West Central snaIl diameter deep .tl 2". 2 Viand From room coolers up to Orlando large ft high. As is- where U. on 20 It I .. re.i11 .
has Club. Van and Storage service for free FURNITURE UPHOLSTERY-Refinishing. -, Plumbing & Heating Co. 1} H. 3- Can Install pump emDlec.1 I.talato. wooden tower. Farm HOB Ma- 222 West Central ard srs .
.. AKD CHILD ear*. .7 147.vi.k I to owner Air ta care base.of Reward Officer's and no estimates; also local morlns. storage 4 piece bedroom suite Bryan Day< 2NIbt 7538 on Il plan. Call or write F. P. Sa 1 O.n..a chlnerr Co. 430 W. Robinson. 2-2317
kMt. 1* .J' a-. faeoliT Orlanda asked. parkin crating and .. 1400 I $42'50. 2 piece living room suit 887I PAINTING-Waterprooflnc Long wood. Fla. Phone t. 0959. CHEST L OF DRAWERS Smaa. Innerspring -.
; lee rv d4. OJ> JUrvard aaestioas S. Division: ph. 1988. I I up. Pasts Repair Shop Ph. 21168.FURMTURE I I once .urf.c Thore Cm SUMMER STORM season U now ARMY LOCKERS Large and am.n I mattress. Breakfast table c 3
3:3110. Parlors ALLIW TAN LINES. INC.-Nation'sIsrgest REFINISHED and re-:I Porches windows screened here Fire and Extended Coverageon horn or office and Iowe bat. and 4 chairs. End tables. Lamp. 224I ELEcnuc'--mm W -
I 4. Beauty ..
I CHILD-EX .o.utDm day SI 10th.slot movers of household foods covered. Look and wear like new i: Bonded. InsIM. N. J. lam"' : your property gives you CoDlPlet cabinets. PdnD' 12 2tb Marks, ph. 7887. [r tat M* bt HHar _
Call Fidelity Storage & Warehouse pieces Ran Methods please. Russ We represent Tel bass Ivory lo CONCRETE BLOCK EQUIPMENT
ear*. Lara, .aI.nabt. botor -* PADfTINO-To preserve new ProtKUo ACCORION-8 wire; electric tsastsis. t-1_
n. TM C. Mfcl aa.J- w44.ffrrfpam Co- for free estimates on your lone Mattress Co. 1122 W Church.; 2-2213. look let us paint for tba J'01 BOW I Old Lin Stock Co. le.. Ha.aan TDlo. Hc' ;, Nationally famous Thomas electric tW a.w _
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; BOARDED AIM- cw4 AIIIeOUNCZUENT- distance moving. 56-61 W. Jackson FURNITURE REPAIRED and refm- i, Stanley P. Curtis. Bonded. Contrac panies. Vero. A'.IJ' 2 Ofw. 2 Charc I IAQUELLA : vibrator make 1.000 8x8x18 block : tie*. MaKteMUD _
for fc kesL day Sr ..*. uperto St Phone 2-3184. I ished like new. Cabinets made to i tor. 2-393. Church 71 -Paint that make an In I hrs. or 2.000 4x8x16 la same ,
p a.icma sa *
Well balancedlet. DEEMS DELIVERY Service phone order. TindaU Furniture Co. 2323 M I masonry surface waterproof. We I!! time also on* bag mixer lanaediat -
**) stoP Is SI lift Striplinc of the Olamar Beauty 7673. light moving and hauling. Call 6546. 31. Good Things Eat have various colors. Smyth Lumber delivery. Thomas Equipment Co.. Bog I Mt> MBCMbtlaa meter. esie
Orange. j
T56 r-aJn.aaa Ave Wtotev Bale*. 663 N. Orange Are, has j I I I makes radio t i .. MO Nfl
SEVICA and Railroad. 304 M nrUl Tenn .
rates. RIO Co N Orange
insured reasonable
every load ; '1 pick .
FINISHING .
staff Basel SANDING AND
park. 278rUTTAU added to her of operators FLOOR : iii
___ 712 Floral Dr. back FRESH. SWEET. JUICY Or. fr10 \ ANTIQUE and modern pieces at aac- CANVAS UTILITY BAGS. button typo. i na-nuc .
ear* of children during 8 formerly la business la Prompt service. Modern equipment -.: up and delivery Money lumran- bushels SOC. BusheL 'General Mia .JOtwW" IIiII
*ar. AH 545. r*M uo*. Or Ml I Iw Mew York City Urt.Simmons special FULFORD VAN te STORAGE CO.- : portable power unit. Estsbllsh- tee on all work Brttts Q E. Radio Container. Orsnses. King tion every Thursday night. 1:1 i j Regular price $.'& now 98c Her- 'Univensf' alloosetbe Sa .
c.s.'i A'* i iu. taps In hair drib and tinting and Can handle loads or part toads toCbieaso. ed 1933. Skilled workman: licensed Service 356 N. Oranse phone (942. AI. P. Consignment solicited. maa's Lisa Office. 27 W Chureh. ,
Fruit Co. 1401 Washington St. c. 25 I Paso Ftam MMD81S
'n will be glad to assist yw la your Cleveland and New You: bonded; Insured. Stevens Floor SarISClng i S. Auctioneer. Demlng Aacn' COSTUME JEWELRY% Redwe.
I Special N.tk-ea I beauty problems. Phone '. City July 7th. Phone 5286 for free CO. Phone 6582. 3 years HONEY-.Several barrel new clear I .I.Co. 733 W. Church 2- 15 I I Uon. Herman's Loss Office, 27 W. ELrnUc'mV #
133 N. JoIalD.KNOLLDBERG"S RF"iGesmates honey: alto several s- C be allS VMIumHt
estimate. MM
FLOOR Roll hllnre single
Finichlnz. Spe- Street.CTRCULATINO
SANDING ; Church
I j:i Ca."tHd. 1.1 M
I Local moving; claUse Pentra-Seal treatment. 20 shingles or built pun cD. L J. Xht Iut. 2 I SI..u. F. i I \ Drte
A. MICA b Mt paylM Mrs. A. I abst I .. matf. C.ln. OIL uTE1l.anr.rockW -
L McCail I debt .u tea.". A. B. AUUIRUAN X. Pine. MildredPlyna. i t .torar crating packing. Also Work Modern equipment. ;., sidmi Smith ft SODS 4688. Packwood .; Research chair: Corners *tiwrartlces. EliTh1 sW
Prances Rhoades. Betty agent for Delcher'l Lone Distance : guaranteed. Licensed. Prompt INTERCOMMUNICATION arsltlsnd. 2301 Ut. Vernoa. Pitons a- .lla MBBMMS wai! ft1 tersl_ Cadwell. Bnora PhillIps and Dorothy I Moving. SOl Macy St. Dial 4965. service. C. R. Burke. 7851. I i I I RIO at repairs. Also re1 32. Articles for Rent BARBER CHAIRS. GOOD USED 825 'I 2705. P OssNI.h. p1 .111turnttc .
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ijjooJiCDIQ: V1Yta. Laare* as I
I k Clement. All highly efficient with DISTANCE MOVING All i 1 c h.: radios. Hofman-Schooley Co2809 i aM -
LONG FLOOR SAND Finishing. Specialized : pairs on and car I up. I
I .. *va.v St au.JI'l least? ShopHarsaret years of eiperience. Phone 6462. I points. Packing crating local moving. AU American Floor Finish Fuller B Park Ave. s.1 FLOOR SANDER Edger and polish Florida Ave-. Tampa 3. VIa | CASH REGISTERS Florid Cult iafoC-
wmidde -&'. 123 Sa. er. AH new. Arnold Paint Store. Register. Ohner Agents sales. ser a. : t
otaine m. 418 .1 AMERICAN BEAUTY SALON- Suddath Moving & Storage Co. the most durable finish known Winter Park: ph 407 S. Orange. BABY BED-Small sise. good condi-' Ice. supplies 220 S. Main: 8850. 1l EP it n.s
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I W. Church opposite Rialto Theater. : 115 W. Columbia. Phone 8154.i to science today Modern dusUra"alpDlell& I 321.Pa lion: dozen new diaper 310 n. S "
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AMAXDA auoroaD-l'aJd e metCW f Licensed SANDER and edxer also cab ua2A CELLO SIDING-Th perfect I
Bonnie formerly with Elizabeth 1 Work.guaranteed. '
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b te.:. MlA W" j jiD Salom. Welcome her patrons and 1i i 19. Services Offered bonded. Prompt service Ban ROOF LEAKS, 22223.REFRIGERATION.REPAIRED; Promptservice sander and floor pOlbe. board for exterior as*. Save Oau I. c.- itt 0 01* "
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I b10 3-2331. trtcad For appointment Pb._ 6131. Floor Surfacing Co. Ph. 2-1370. i iPVR'i1Tt7RB WyckoffsHdw._ 2524 Kunl. 2-221. BAROMETERS' 'lbtnnometenI and money. Smyth Lumber C*. K.Orante 8l Sled !
3 I Pmhl* n.dt51edaUJ. : CHARLOTTE-BUT BXAOTY SALON ACETYLENE REBUILT-and upholstered. -: I FLOOR SANDERS-New American All IUS. 810 to and Railroad TUU
= TM I p a Th.rs. 2M machine ors"a: SERVICE Com- ..." ness EanipmenL 390 H. Orange. COOKING Good JeoUon aYuIsPew
t UrCrory Bldr- upstairs with 2 piece 865 UP: XeFever Upholstering new l' Reasonable rates. UTENSILS s
S .ja. 44HW. Chuck. Ra.1 Vila Hilda Uonck. Manster. An work I and road construction machinery Shop. 2303 Washington 'i mercial work and chaises household rep.l.Oood C R Burke. 1805 S Bumby. 7851. Phone MS4.BICYCLESTwo. Enamel "- ateJAtee ; Tacos alien Bsssa with Cittasry evil*' NI Pe.. .
U IU< Cwm"f1ce > 708 cared for by experienced operators aluminum and brass casting. McKlnney St. Ph. 2-4312. i I Refriseration I'.anabl.. 9752 : FLOOR SANDERS Two: new. Two Victory boy's and steel ia most popular ...mllenIt_ I W Bokfnseatucnuc*
i iiM.i-s ; ; Phone 4014. Machine Works 131 W. Kaley. Refintshed. tuson eSters and two polishers for rent 111'1'. 842 Laurel Street. Phone I Stores Co- 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-3143.
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FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED ; pnomAiMT
*rta*. l'esi4 UM WcaUfal Ok- GTMS BEAUTY SHOP-Heat waver APPLIANCES REPAIRED Fans. Slip covers. Ingram-Browa. ,I RUGS UPHOLEY CE at reasonable rates. Smyth LumberCo. 8489 I Ii CLOTHES LINES-Gatvanixed. SO. 7J .:- t'
BA Rlw. Wtw ScsI WarU.13JJ. and Ph. Expert wrtm.Dp I IG1..lItfd N. and Railroad. i BABY CARRIAGE Basinette. Good aad Beseas Plyte 4se -
(S and sip: cold wares our special toaiterr. irons lamps 5186. 418 W. Central; 2-0006 or 2-2353. Orange sod 100 ft. length 3e a*
I Mt Den Fla. I'. Call at 204 South liaia Street or Johnson's Electric Co.. 23 E. Church motrlnl SI..Ph. I> TYPEWRITER Special condition. See at 1233 Virginia Knox Stores Co. 23 E. Pine. Pboo gas ae. $88 a. = imlI
clean esd mad .
FLOOR SANDINO-nntsblll. RDA Drive $ rw llaa
ABJICR BXBTIC* chatn Ka4y Uatr phone- M86.- I ALTERATIONS dress nuking and ing. Waxing. Exclusive agent for :'i' I i monthly and Check I I 2-J 163: .41w IN i
.UD tart tfflclrtl .r,- : holes. Ferris RUGS UPHOLSTERY cleanedIn with Stuart. Main BUILDERS HARDWARE-Inside and Door elopers
ses RA"'S UTOPIA BEAUTY SALON- button Fastuonette. Flor-Co Sealer which guarantees per- George 1 S 8U CASEMENT ADJUSTERS-
to*. AH Ontom Mia. W. cloM at 1.30. I MS B. Waihiactoa ph. 9725. One 52Q35j Edgewater. (College Park). feet satisfaction to you who desire I; home. Approved phone 8158. front lock sets cabinet hardware ; door chimes lock set of afl :1 .
CM .. Barter Ma*. 10 E. Cbarch.tVtXS. ,. metos. Moth Prices re- etc. H. H. Finish Hardware. 220 S. kinds. Smith Hunter Co.. B. Orac 1
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week .nl MSO oil wave. *5. I ALARM CLOCKS REPAIRED Any ', Quality Lasting Floors. Estimates : Rut Pa. 7642 TOOL RENTAL SERVICE Paint I *. table osL aho te10 NIisa ,
rL Broker 1 hat RATS BEAUTY ,PARLOA AH types kind of clock or electric equip free. Orlando Floor Surface Co.. covifl-rreetmates. skQ-saws: bench-saws: Orange Ave Phone 2-1841. and Railroad a I Pseeem ..
F10.4 .a-r but* tnd lns r- !I permanent wares. Pn-heat and 111mW.* fix everything. Barker Repair I 1 I Established since 1925. 1809 N. Or- ,: SLIP By 1.n m..e flooringequipment BATROOM FIXTURES Built ta DEW ALT POWER SAWS-Also Part Or. A. Pleas 1-1' ,.
as., 64 N Coan 8k cold wares ft tpecialty. Dial "77. I Shop. 48 W. Central. Ph. ,&. I ante Ave. phone 7836. expert tailor. Fast deul. & p..er ', Tool Rental. 100 I Ironing boards and telephone cabinet planers. Man saws drills. x... I ECTilir'nabQP: > MTParrMk ,
W Par A... Plans 1-3554 8825. Lumber Co.. N. Orange J. D. Peas telephone n i ,
t3fl IS East Pine. One place only. I APPLIANCE SERVICE-Ranees, fans. GENERAL HOUSE CLEANING serv ; W. Washington. 1:4 t Smyth metal lathes. i I' N S Nwor.Oi'aalo '
DcePSCnOH DTVITED CrapkrtineFard SFR1NO FTKMANENTS Mehin.rSrBachlneleM I washers radio All appliances. ice. General spraying fast work. SEC TANK IN5AL and and Railroad. Mount Dora 3753.DOORSWIndows.. Iv, J-..
IIa at 636 SS .p: phono 9964. Adapting oil lamps to electric a.peel.I. seat sertee. We clean ceiling walls d. un 33. Articles for Sale BATHROOM TILE ID Rust-Proof Per- i winters made -
Oarl,* Urn*. O 8arraMaaraawnk "..nlapaeato Jewel Charm Salon. 506 W. Amelia. : .. Pick up service. CaJdwell wood work furniture floors. Housekeeping in bownesa. Altermatt. Call 6730 or I, I I matil. AH colors. Low cost freeestialates. f largest stock ta Central Fla. Caa tLltic w.. .
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at NMUMhaai Read and Harris. 2213 Edcewater Dr. CcJle mad easy, for the best call 7571 for service.sxl'nc SHINGLES PvrmatU of Central FlOT- b* seen at zoo S. BJo Graad Dial asS .. .
M.r* aM at UiQk D. D. Middle. SIB. 15. _Schools and Instruction :e Park. phone 211'12."WNINOS. ,, 2-3243 TANKS CLEANED, everything 1 i ABET Ii Bates. Emma 'laar. Pb Ida. 2323 N. Orange: dial 6546. 22370. !I water heotm. _
OMral dial 24431sr 7MOJCXIIUI !_ W caurca.ItE
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: porcb curtains. Venetian HOME SERVICE General repairs. pumped and b.l: I I DOORS-Sash made of whit pia, .
OAl>->ralk. *ka Mr &be.na. ACCOUNTING Xntlneerlnc. Hick blinds gilder coverings. Fan line of ,I-i New construction. Windows screens Burke. Permanent l'esdtDt bonded i30..JUNON yours now while BICYCLES 1900 Kohl Ave. Screens lawn chair cabinets. All : ? =.-:.
t m rt4 at Baths sty* BM ft School. International Correspondence materiaL Phone !. Florida Awning and caulking uenOIId Insured Route 19. Ba 2-0678 bae .tk H H. Parrisa type of wood work. Orlando Woodcraft I' Keiametow
Ian. A3 yes sasS ta da to Schools. Veteran approved. L. Co.. 432 8. Hughey. '! bonded .: TREES DEMOSSED. trimmed takes Hardware 0111I'1 Ave. Phone I Industries. 1500 W. Washing., lNWasI.uwT,3c
I 2 S -Innerspring mattress tables
Brla JakM lUrdvara and Paint ORowe. P. O. Box .. B 2-1M1. Pt.DEEP aol.-. .
2974. ph. 9283. ALLIS CHAI.Mf.ua HOUSES" ton
SERVICE and I WASHED with steam dOD. flsllrance. Bub oil heater table linen etc. 812 <'
$... tan Edf.',. ra. lanes 1 I trot. Usieemesl. PiotIst
parts; tractors and units. Harmless paint aad no..rs.18ttam 15 SaDlDlul. IT. For boo :
ACTO SCHOOL-Lesrn to drive. power r to APPLIANCES-Caldwen and Harris. LaSalleSt. FREEZER aw. .
a ai ata4 a stats vlth ba appUuIs. Farm and Bone Machinery Co.. 49 Hous Washing Co. Ph. TRACTOR Drive South Street. MerTSGrocery. Isedonru.ELZCTR30 W 4
.. Competent Instructor prepares you WORK-Io"lr. 2213 Edsewater ; telephone BATH ROOM ACCESSORIES Towel 8100. 223 East
for State Drlver'a Test. Orlando Anto W. Robinson; phone 22713. ,i iI d DloYr. lndeapic. 2-17. I bars soap dishes paper holder, I t tDIMI'lE _
tAw. MOWERS groud and senrKatisfartloM School call 2-3619 or 24879.EIORSCZQOLcomptets ADVICE TO lSO.u.DERS-ADd Supply I HOMES CLEANED and repaired in- 'cl"j ANTIQUES-Estate and art ple etc. In highest quality chrome fey sum S-plec chrwa i| ... osSI -5s NI P
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gervlc*. 83* Floral siarsateed.f your huh quotations. Bee Mr. lisa at MIS l side and out. Licensed and bond- : TREES PALMS TRIMMED Rare plat Jets Been; I "Hsll-Msck." Knox Stores co. 25 X and pOr ialD SSt 50. Orlando Far 'III ka I It II .
;. Dr. 3j'SPczlU1oaTs school at home la spare time with and Nebraska. I ... Gale phone 2-2037. I! m" Bonded. Joh Neo. 116 under Pine Phone 2-3163. Rltv.,. 141 and 615 W. Church j lest ta. 11105. eel i
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1acU"ldnl17W Amwicaa SchooL Texts furnished.\BUIWE4OEoMm Prom 86000 mp. HUGHEY HOME REPAIRS-From Sut. Please pho. 2.14. J Are FANS AU mates all sixes. BARB AND WOVEN WIRE fencing. DRESS-OUT* green mae 18: Be*. i' |
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I A opka Garden,. Club Members I Residents HitAnnexation I Club LeaderTo \ Wilbur N. Sims Takes




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; AGNES IKITta beth McAlister have returned % i.s-3,4 .. .. .4 [Special to The: Sunday Sentinel-Stefl

tS..cI The Sjndoy, Senrinel-Storl' from a trip to Key West and At Allendale e.tti94 ,+ed. -E : \ For Meeting I WINDERMERE Miss Kay

a APOPKA Members of the South Florida. E.r
[Special to The Sunday Sentmel-Slarl I, MRS. JAMES H. KENNEDYSpe Davis daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I
Apopka Garden Club made a trip Mr. and Mrs. James Mahaffey
DAYTONA BEACH-Residents it. [ ol I to Tie Sunday Sentnel-StarJ, \rthur T. Davis became the brideof
I Thursday to Hurley's Hydroponic are spending the weekend at Day S r Wilbur
< N. of Mr.
U. Sims son
Farm near Winter Park where tona Beach. of Allendale. an unincorporated : NEW SMYRNA BEACH A

they saw thousands O. Kirk Lewis has returned Tillage Just south of Port Orange distinguished visitor here Monday and Mrs. John W. SIms of Vkk- ,

of gladioli from the hospital and is recovering at an open forum meeting Friday L' ;* will be Mrs. L. J. McCoffrey of cry Ohio. in a ceremony. Saturday -
and many other flowers and vegetables from .- Miami president of the Florida '
an operation.Leo night adopted as their slogan. ; June 21, at the Wlndermere '
being crown scientifically Tyler has returned home uiter without annexation." Federation of Women's Clubs.
I Union Church with the Rev JohnW. 'if
I without loU. from the hospital and is improving Residents of the small village Mrs. McCoffrey will make plans :1

Those attending were Mmes. E. from a recent illness. I said that the recent resolution I for the annual Florida Federation Ischy officiating. f

I* )ulathew*. Carol PJoyd. .7. O. Mitzi and Edna ThoUander. the passed by the Port Orange Council -. : of Women's Clubs' convention to Beautiful arangemenls of pink t
Oroue I
,1 R. cher. Maynard Marten. daughters of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. which made it Impossible for : :; j be held here in October. peonies and white gladioli decorated
C.
Kellogg. A. C. Stout. Thollander. ,appeared with the that city to sell water outside of I | She will confer with Mrs. C. D. .4 f J

Howard L. Kline. O. M. Stephens. Beasley Dancers of Orlando. In a its city limits was aimed at "an ,; Strickland president of the local the chanceL Miss Florence .

Erin Speece and Miss Catherine nexation of AQendale." Kilmore played thiwedding music
program Thursday night at the Women's Club and with Mrs. ,

McDonald. BandsheH in Daytona Beach. The question was bronchi Into 4 George Cox named by Mrs.Stride- with Miss Glenna Davis sister of ; : t
Mrs. Kirk Lewis was hostess to the when Howard A.Calkina ;
open
her land. as general chairman of the the bride, as vocalist J
; Wednesday Bridge Club. Play Port Orange council- two-day event More than 200 The bride given in marriage by
lug were Mrs. M. S. Welch Mrs. Permits GrantedFor man. said that his city could l
Florida clubwomen are expectedto her father. wore a white linen suit
J. B.
Standard. Mrs. Carl Jack. not sell water to Allendale resI-
attend the with matching accessories. She
convention here.
Ion J4rL Oscar Vlck. Two New dents. Water _
Smith lirs. Mrs. Olenn Homes service he said. Mrs. Strickland win entertain carried a prayer book topped witha _j
James
would only be offered
Mahaffey after an
Mrj Natalie Oliver and ISoeccI to The Sndoy Sentinel-Star J nexation. Mrs. McCoffrey and Mrs. Cox ata white orcid and showered with -.-- _. _.-
Mrs. luncheon at 1 o'clock ribbon. Mrs. Jack T. sister
at the Indian Paul
.Lewis. NEW SMYRNA BEACH : .
Two
Gilbert W. Gilford consulting WILBUR N
i River Plantation Monday. of the bride, was her. only attend- SIMS
The annual picnic of the Pres more new homes are going up in engineer on the Port Orange cx- 'I I ? \ I
ant. She wore a dress of white told
byterian Church and New Smyrna Beach a check of pansion told the morriog

School will. be held Wednesday Sunday city hall records yesterday re- lug that prje inch 4 lathe-j 1 j .t'i1 '-1.. New Kelly Park crepe and with this a hat of white .
m :-- I
straw. Her corsage was of pink
I afternoon at Rock Springs. Each vealed. would be run down TJJ3. ':

family attending is expected to A permit said that Nora Lee 1 to Allendale. with. -- Pavilion Planned : carnations. Cattlemen

I bring a basket lunch and drinks Hines. Riverside Park will con main along the river front ser. U. Sims had as his best man.

( and Ice cream win be furnished. struct a house to cost $5,000 and Allendale residents I 4 15Denol to The Sunday Sentinel-Storl 'Thomas E. Davis brother of the

I Thoae who do not have'transpor Frank Fusuhre will build a house themselves as aou to secure 1 cm APOPKA-Harry P. Withering- 'bride and the ushers were Jack

tation are asked to meet at the costing $3,500. at 420 Eleanor Ave. city water arce ba at ton. county commissioner for Paul and Ralph Perdue. Mrs.

church at 2 p.m. The supper Other permits went to W. H. the question Apopka and District 2, has the Davis mother ,of the bride. chose Name McDonald

will be served at the picnic Shirley 401 Oakland Ave. to adda Calkins. R. E Carlton, mayor 4i1M approval of the board, and the a dress of pink linen and her corsage -

grounds at 6 pjn room and cement construction. of Port Onre. and E. J. DesmaaK funds are on hand to constructa was of white carnations. Mrs.

I Commander "Clint Tbbey has $700: Mitchell and Alexander. that annexation new pavilion in Kelly Park at Sims. mother of the groom worea ISor 2' T S.->Vy en'-S-wI I IDELANO

announced that the Saturday I Ronnoc Lane. to build a shed would have great advantages MRS.-JAMES M. D---- Rock Springs. dress of of white mesh with a corsage .-At the UUHUJ meet

; night dances at the American I $600; R. C. Kreis. 303 Flagler Ave, for Allendale. I It will be a duplicate of the pink carnations. izK of the Toh te Cotmt CtMfit

I Legion Hall are being discontinued new roof $300; David Thompson. A C Stae. president of the married at Leesburg. large one now in use at the park Following Jhe ceremony an Informal men's Assn. Friday night Bteer

temporarily because of the hot 514 Julia St..'repairs, $300; J. Cox. A led the fight which is often inadequate to accommodate reception was held In the I M. McDonald. of SoeMte. wu
against the The
parlor. bride's
church table
weather, and win be resumed at a 212 Cedar St, screen porch. $200; pointing out the large crowds elected president He eaeeeetis
later date. George Marshall. 904 Magnolia that the matter had been a sore Mr. James AL Halford Weds gathering there. The old one was was centered with a tiered cake Herbert Oowart of SeffBe.
spot for the past 20 years and that surrounded by rings of pink and
donated by friends several
Betty's Beauty Salon b moving St, reroof porches. $100; W. H. most Allendale residents years white asters. Miss Glenna Other officers named we: M.

this1 weekend from the Kenney !Morgan. 1005 Live Oak St, to were ago.Bids kept.the bride's book. Davis S. UcGrveer. DeLaad. vtee.pra-

1dg. to a new location in the : build a patio $50; Olva Manning. &ain a exUn to 'lIiss Katherile Roberta Butler for the new structure will Presiding at the table dent: W. J. PUtt Jr.. esecle
building J Just back b be opened by the County COmmissioners were Mrs.
of the Apopka 31S Inwood .Aye. screen porch aired again secretary: Lloyd Deitolpfa. LV-
on Tuesday night at Michael
Drug Store maid of honor, was In orchid organdy at their regular meeting Tailor sister of the Land.
on Park Ave. Business I special meeting in Allendale.Mrs. Mi Kthee I bridegroom and Mrs. secreUnr-tre4MH r: tad

*ill be resumed Tuesday in the I I Roberta Butler, daughter of M. with round neke.short, next Thursday, and Wither- Others assisting were Harry Mrs. Fred Foils. Herbert Cbwut StAte dbftter.ApproxlrnatelT .
$200.Montverdc ington hopes to get construction
new location according to JJrs. and Mrs. R. Perry Butler, and puffed sleeves and The rick H. Goes Mrs. John W.
Betty McClure, M. fu S under way at an early date. Ischy, 2ft members

Mr. and Mrs.owner R. M, Wells left Regener Jame McSwairi Halford, son of gowns of the bridesmaids were< Mrs. Herbert F. Goss and Mrs. aDd pests attended the meet-

Wednesday to spend Mrs. Annie Halford and the lat fashioned similarly that the Insecticide Enoch S. Maddoz. Int whIch vas held at >L S.
C a 10-day vacation 4-H Jesse Halford of s. t o Company Following a wedding )5IcGrer*
trip to
in Alabama. Tennessee and Girls Entertains Carlestn c maid of honor Miss Spirits farm. A barbecue
the'Carolinas. Mrs. Wells' were married A Sprays With DDT Again Miami Lt. Sims and his bride will was erred.
mother. ceremony in the Main Street Baptist wearing yellow and Miss Gertrude go to Jacksonville where he will
Mrs. Crews. accompanied them Attend Church at June 18, [Soe'ial' to The Sjndoy Ser"-oel.Star? await a future Elmo Griffin treletant secre
to visit in Alabama. Camp Club Thursday pjn. Mahoney. aquamarine.Mr. NEW SMYRNA BEACH-Continuing assignment in the tary of the State Assn.. addressed
with the Rev. J. Milbura McLcod.pastor Naval Air Corps.
Halford had brother the
Mrs. E. L. Alcorn left Wednes. h the "war" against group On the ftmcAinn nf
day to If l M. J. W. HUNZIKEKISoerof [Se'oI to The Sunday $eritirmet.tolGOTHAMrs. of the Morrison Memor! mosquitoes the organization -
visit her daughter. Mrs.I Jesse Halford. of Charleston, S. the Orlando InsecticideCo. aad wekcmed the
Sanford
Methodist c Lions
StorlMONTVERDE Church .
( to The Sunday Sentinel I Install
Zack Minnie local
Wincey in Regener association Into the
Macon. Oa as best while groomsmen again sprayed here with DDT State
The Girls' 4-H The church was decorated with
motoring that far RJ entertained the Friendship Club m membership.
with the
It!. Wells. Club of Citrus and Lake County No. 19 Thursday pal and fe and tall bet were Hal Jackson and Jimmy by airplane yesterday morning. New Officers Friday County directors elected

registered 59 girls at their Summer After routine gladioli. Recent winds have brought In ISceciof to The Sunday are
Mr. and Mrs. JEdwin games Taper Jones Sentirwf-Starl Bert
be. Daugherty
Ply and
the Clyde Dr.
used in the windows were Mrs. Butler mother of the bride mosquitoes from outlying Hart.
daughter Janice jetumed Ihurs. i camp at Emanuel Bible Campon were played and to ad SANFORD-W. O, Livingston, Hugh West. L
day from Lake Catherine near Grove- Mrs. Gertrude Decker Mrs. Anna lighted b Jim Mahoney and Eddie was in old rose shadowed silk, marshes according to an officialof local Florida Power and Walter Hawkins
a trip to the Carollnas. Light Wesley Court
the East ancP sam Lawson.
Volusia
They were accompanied home land. Among those attending were BUr Mrs. Louise Ricken. Mrs. during a'prelude of organ with white hat. and her corsagewas County Anti- chief clerk was formally installed Members from
the
by
west side of
Mrs., Lucy Wolfe, who has been Geraldine Flynn. Laverne Harden. and Mrs. Hattie Danrx music ply by Mrs. Ray M of white rbud. work.reception Mosquito. District supervising the as president of the Sanford Lions the county acted as hosts to the

111 during a visit with the Ray j Jackie Cummings and Bettie Jean Attending were Mrs. Ethel King. Hares. Mrs. McEmber M Hao- of th Club by Gov.-Elect Rote Johnsonof east side catUemeatPalmetto

mOM Ooolsby's at Ware Shoals. Morgan of Montverde. M Louise Ricken. M Annie The tradtional wedding marches aqua and Daytona Beach Friday night at

S. c. S-Sgt. and Mrs. Leeman of Eg- Eerett. Mrs Anna Btert Mr were plye with the bride enterIng dress, with bla'hat and accessories at her home in Palmora a barbecue held Instead of the

; Mr. and Mrs. George W. Reisner i lin Field are guests of Mr. and I T. Mrs. a of her father. by and corsage of pink Park. regular meeting at t&e Seminole Juniors

3 and three children of Tampa who} Mrs. W. E. Marlowe. ,. ,Mrs. Eva hey, Mrs. Gertrude whom she was given in marriage carnations. The couple left on a wedding Country Club. Hold Summer Dance

: vacationing at Daytona Beach.' Dr. and Mrs, N. T. Richardsonand Decker, a of Or11d; M1 Miss Butler wore a wedding The bride is a graduate of the trip to South Carolina. the bride Other installations made

i peat the weekend here visiting Miss Barbara Richardson Hattie Dana O M Ma gown of white organdy fashioned Leesburg High School and FloridaState.Unlversity traveling in navy.sheer with navy Cliff Abies Dick Elsberry were and (-.3! to 'rDATFOI'IA* r.-jrjV Sent'"tl-Stat1

21MUts. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. have gone to the Carolinas for Bennin.Pinder. Jlitad ad M E with sweetheart neckline and fit and was a member straw hat and navy blue shoes Richard Deas. first, second and i BEACH The Palmetto -

-s:1 the Summer. at points in theft of social sorority and accessories. third Jun'.ors held their Summer
McGutee and two daughters were Mrs. John Houck to b end Sr Kpp Tlce-presidents respectively
and her
( I Worts ol the Riseners at the Mrs. Cullen English and daugh- Dencil. had luncheon mother ad buttoned u and national honorary Out-of-town guests at the wedding ,J. Hamilton Bisbee. secretary J. dance last. night at the OsceoJa

t i. b *eii Thursday ter Shirley are visiting in At Pastor and a Edward with small butt whe fraternity included Mr. and Mrs. Paul N. Robson Jr.. treasurer" Jack; Hotel With about 46 coupLes at-.

I Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Bishop have lanta. Fischer and the long, f sleve Mr. Haor a native of Charleston B. Dooley and Miss Eleanor Doolcy I Morrison and Doyle Swan as directors tending.

boon entertaining Mrs. Bishop's Mrs. Bill Lewis of Orlando visited Herman Bennin. M. M band at wrist. The circularskirt from theschools. of Winter Garden: Mr. and Mrs. and Harry Kohson tail- Mrs. Kay Bogart and LIrs. Mar-

brotfeer. B. B. Forman and family her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jim was cather.to t bic I F S. C. and -Joe H. Butler of Daytona Beach: twister. kIe-ROTa were cnairmen.

of Baton Rouge La. C x. last week at the ad lo served as. eeer hi the Mrs. Clyde Christopher, Okeechobee Retiring Henry Wttte Miss Mary Alice Dodce was host

: MflLIUdfnb12and0fl. W. A. Pinson of Honta.Path. & will be house guest of Mr. J. Ellis tri Her only ornaments were Mediterranean aa years. ; Mrs. James Karas and Mr a resume of the club gave ess assfeted b Miss Betty Themp.

Larry, and Miss Mary Lee Welch C. and J. Ellis Crawford of Eas- Crawford. strd of pal gift of the groom He Is now in business here.Following j and Mrs. William KestIer' of I during his tenure of office.activities son. Msss Shirley HIJ

i hare gone to Daytona Beach for a ley. S. C. were here last week. Harold Hunziker Is the weekend I and a that her mother the ceremony, the Charleston. S. C.-and Mrs Charles I ceived a past president's He fee Nina Wlfflams. Mrs. Helen BlS

WCat Mrs. John Harden accompaniedthem guest' of his sister Mrs. 1 11 had worn at her own wedding. I bride's maternal grandmother.Mrs. Barnes and Mis. Charles M&ell. :Presented .the pin and and Mrs. Ann 1. Mrs. H.
I pnaidw'a"
I "jt W.;McABster aad MtesEliza-- back to Easley where she Baker. In Orlando. Miss Carolyn Butler her sister's Carrie N.Mahoney held a !. S. C, J ba uccessor with his best wishes in> to tickets EJ Rowton had charge at tilt



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3iArtldn for Sale LAWJI__Frtc_MOWER((. Telephone-.(10. 2-3(12...'. bicycle PIANOS-Winter c*, new '11' WASHING MAC None. 'Ibtn' COW. jersey with heifer calf. Just I WEBER CORNER. Orange Btotiom HUGHET ST432H 8.-Hotel Carl- |i I BEVE10XT SHORES 1IICTIO-1 am ORLANDO. J"L ,

(525 beach 1111cr Terms do Ln. rbta.t rad Small I fresh. 11 quart per day. B. K. TraiL Two 1-roora apartment (23 ton. Room priced at (9 and Mi I keeping my fiagvrs gmud 5. tai* ,

ELECTRIC Pit SAW-&'.. )1.W..pL .* t 1m. LAWN ItOWZRS-Uaay type Including f tired. Joseph BU. 736' MatnoiaAvr.ph. ofe .17 piece. Kline. Wlndermere. per month. Butane ta*. weekly. ''0. far fear 1$ wia b* oM befor I STJN. JTCi.5 99. )Mt, IHf flfSI.

Immediate delivery. Can ito amoua. Mil Orlando 500 W. j eau show it U ywa. Home tt tab
WUlard Krtaer. Ten Theater lnEcllp .- aharpen- 2-2e .tt FRESH COW-For saw. 4 O-I.C. 3-ROOM OARAGX APARTMENT. LAKE BOLA HOTEL-.Summer rate* i
** Knox aid Urattoa
block Otonlaltowa : 113*. E. Pine. Phone 2-3163.store Co.. 23 PNolb7 Grand mahotany. WAT Ct water pig*. SMi month old. Good brood Completely furnished. 136 Cottage sow prevail. Complete howl servicE type ar* always ta do
ELECTRIC *ANUE 614 E Washington It"'j sow. P. M Jmlthsoa. 2>i nine south Hill: Road. Dining room pa an meals sad. Baatatow cwastracted of concrete fl06.s f H Halt
Apartment LIVING aoo fcUITE ec I I JIIUI brick for ..I. asphalt
Stre eet*. Knox L of Oviedo traffic light. I I I
Bd full
ItM Used. POT Immediate atto. dinette. Icebox and washing .2 APAR'IVPT4.lrteIF tile f1iri. easy t* keep cteaa pwrfectly >
deem Modem Appliance IBS. machine. Good condition. Reason- RIGEATOREt used. I Phone 2311.Ww&T HORSE-Have heavy work horse. I furnished with refrigerator sad I 4S-L Beach Rentals arnawed Bvt 1 roai and main CLOCE : .

49 ,l. Orange Art. .bll. Owner Itnlll, *t*te. 7th cdItO" yean old: works good anywhere. waihtn machine. (SO per _a&ll. I rooot with belie ta boa ***** '.5. a-V
houMATTRES M.dd.n' Av*. 24 x24". (6S. Also have two medium its work j COCOA BEACH RENTALS HoUl sad from aMNaaV ,
101. chin
V.a Buna A.. 23 f 1309 31st St. Ph. 2-2101. I cabin ton **mea* fleer
; t'a' Orlo 1111 win trad tort a.
males Cheap for cash or at 125 per week Ea- j I ten
hvta fcMcbea
porch moderai
JU will **-
7UA3TtZ. USED o2 !
-Dinette t&bv.! Prw
1404 W. Church: 1111.HORSESS4 COMPLETELY FURNISHED-.laetodj 2-bednom furniahed'cottage I Ideal toot*** mtjaf M _
saL I1IU: kitchen chair tl -Bcaly. tufUm. anij I : iII..ll aUhtie linens electric rtrtscrauon. *- 1 block from beach at (40week trans porch baa with ton toH : MOW awraaH Sw Wl ma. -
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each ervrei towwj table 14 ( elec to ehoos from for (100 and eeawr room ail to* bath and I w&
s BlajBavfiawftT
each sprlps. New. O 5 JCX. t
Both lor WAT HAT.I.Uc ISO Call Kaiwat
W-80. Bar- Cool plac ISO per or ( ma. or write Paul
each. Purrs Riding Stable. Phone a.tae_. :. Seedy bedraoin ..
UMO hi*a chair. (6(5: Mahotaayrenter. tan. 835 Cltraa Ave t. I. 1' 30 Oreaa tedee.DAYTONA St PM (
m01lt1l. Adults eIIly. 131 L Orlando 1 WiiP.aaj.an
RADIO tank. hot 2-0348. wiaoVew .
$17 ii. Wither at Orlando.M o Plenty of i double etiraer sad tor*
U An.. mftb .
MOTOR Winter P.rlL '
X Charch. -Whlner. Good ihap L .ate. Sacs money, lie yo type. JERSEY COW with first call tood .I BEACH. Florida-New closet Other home la Skis *e ttoa ceuMaiD
_Extra! : :__loo. Telephone- I W* hays a number of used radio hi F.l WhtNo Phone milker. Gentle most see to appreciate. I I GIRL ROOMMATE to share my apartment. I three-room bom. fully famished ,have recently sold fr (179M sad I tow. e Mom S I-.a5. 5.5

FLOOR MOTOR BOAT 16 ft. Inboard.' toed playable condition. Each carry 5023. C. ". IncaUa. Groveland. Fla. 1 16.75 per week. Includes H block from beach. (250 per month. (20 000 buIlt 7 asS 1 yean .. tai floor er:i_ :.
.J.U1.a'I MeM tlcally new. -cytl* BrK$* ft Btrat- a 90 day taaraate Priced from WELDING MACHINE with RIDING HORSES and work hones aa utilities. Modern convenience !.1 (75 per week deposit reaaired. Clarence borne wag Jut completed sad to aI. I and baa.
Smyth los 115 to b. Mutt have reference 219 X. Jack- H. Brace LOT Dept. feted for (13 VW term aireagMFnnk C. S .a s
Daytona
laaiber C*. 1C. Grant and Rail motor air cooled. Complete. (200. ..0Aoatd I causes and S tip*. Price. for sale or trade. 2-1773 or 5282. !jRf St.FURNISHZD. -- --._- -
road i Locherer'* Red ROM Lodie next tJobaaona. Buckeye Garage. 1317 W. Grand Ave. son Beach NewsWoaraal. .. IU*.. K7 Mattel boitt Iei
Lake Apopka. Stores. 143 .. Orange Av. point *nt of CANS BULL SERVICE-We also APARTMENT ? j Balldtng. phone 2-17K i .. peetstt asem J .-.
FAKS-Pn* demonstration faa yoar ba.I. haul cow*. Phone Winter Park 522. i| Park Combination living Too and I II INDIAN RIVER PLAKTAnCIJ-Tha !, rIedrtI kawies ssia'' J t.
PO. SJRNO .
ova homo at window exhaust fans WASHING MACHINE-Apt -ill*. I BEES Root bedroom. beautiful Indian River Plantation Ce b.a5.fp ".Sr "
19 COLONIES OF exi Electric kitchen. lone4
Fre estimate aa attto ... Tina IaNDZL LOOGAOE Shock-Prof good adlU. For toatla I tractor. Can after .;. T. D. MeOnw. I i linens and cUverwan. Is now .. for Summer bookings- BEVERLY 1HORES diaUacttv. J. MoNet "
I edt*. at Eennan'a. bedroom tilt bath home oa a boaatifal .
,tetaly tastaUed. exclusIvely 27 phone th
Enjoy brees 3'12boos.
can la the daytime -
lee 421 M. Orange; r,11Ia- w. Church. WATER BOTTLES Round and flat. 2011 X._Kaley. I nished. Summer rental. (13 5O Dtaht"1 and sleep amid cool plan atnisbi. I' ton Plot la tai* neighborhood ttiii. I
ly. A. .
C. Oold Broker. .
SMALL HORSE-Part Shetland. Also I Swimming POOl. stable.teanl of tIJ8t1_ Lan liens room .56 to .a Ia.. 'wso .
riding
rA"a-124arb 25e and 35e. Knox Store Co. 25 .
dinini lando t
orlllatlni.. special 4 red chow temal Telephone 2-1192. Av (Near Maitiaad with attractive fireplace aad estr 1110.wre. ana*
1t1 2$. Others $4S2 u. Pair a. MACHINIST TOOLS-Chain bout a l.ro. A E. Pine. Phone 23163. pasc' Winter Park. Open SUB. court shuffleboardw Excellent ale betas porch. A real tod ._ fa* taw baa and att aw
rom 2-24 I NICE YOUNG QUARTER HORSE I dining room attractive Summer mm.
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B. Parriah
W. CherviL op. Hardware.
220 8. Oranie Ave Phone 2-1(41. PHILCO. with dial for an WASH TUBS on stands. Also No. 1. 2and name -Diamond." very gentle for i! COTTAGE FOR RENT Famished meaos. Single room (3 and ap i eoaalderiac an 'factor suck a* ** 1Ir.. (MM atto Jafcaun ..-
FTRSITCRLV-Urtnt rooa iiii. RIo cars. installed. 3 tab*. Bumby Hardware. 102 ladies or children. Good rideer I'I for farther Information telephone double room (4 and ap. Few apartmeets. straetlon. .. coaveaieare her 149 II e.... (4U- daaperv. chain and Ubla. 1111 MOVIES for th* home. New Pa B.lt J. Service St.UI 170.3 n W. Church. i Real bargain 1401 W. Washington. I' Loncwood. 9EFFICIENCY : Indian River Plantation. Box i iI etc. 8howa by ppIBtmat. Call Leo meReas.

ThinIsDvv. Phoo 14$3.SPECIALS rade. ''. travel comicsBowsIrad's Boon and Pi 2.320. o WEED CUTTERS-AH popular types. APARTMENT-Redecorated -I 97. New Smyrna Beach Florida Crawford with Root U Pryda. Xa t ..
ThRrrwtz; Camera Chop; 1031 N Bumby Hardware 102 West 40. Pet Stock and Supplies maple furnished. tor. 6M K. Onasr 2-4394. S ; bed
CIIn of ROOF COLTIIIG-O.Ivu you root anew I Adjoining a fin. .etadoln of
Oranie can
: 2-1515. OCJA1O"ItOIT-.tUactY. Buy With Confidesco-Deod With .
draxra. aataral blond .. Porch I leas on I WHEELBARROWS Garden It'l bath. On batltn and (ten*. 1401 famished nof'IeIo4 .. I."
slider. crattoaal chain. Karly Ameriraa I MOTOR SCOOTER IMS Cuxhman: rta At Ollddeas._.1 p 1& Also cement type with rubber BOSTON TERRIER PUPPIES pedi- E. Colonial Dr.EFFICIENCY housekeepint, 4-room modern apartment -Prrde. athd ta (131 St ...

maple tfc k. cocktail table- in cood condition. 320 South Gar Bamby Hardware. 102 W. Church. treed. A K.C Utter registered. Rear APARTMENT Nice electrically equipped. Sleep t* ass a* bwfatw ywa baHaatptoa n.to ii".

dlahe. .U rinse. maple bedroom I land Street. REFRIGERATOR ft. W.Ulbou. 441 N. Hughey St. 2-4035._ __ I and coot Orange Blossom Trailer three.double (50 modern weekly.bedroom Also with ground-floor shower Cm UMITS-(Easu. Modem 1- Beaaor. (31 H Oiaaei- toll

m JUnior HM nahotanr finlah MINUTE MOP'1. 5. Joseph Bumby dUon.A Pre C CHIHUAHUAS Four months old Park Phone 9363. (1250 week room. 120 weekly. room home at hams coaatrwcttoav Cot.oIru1.nl-" -..
Together
Dun .. Phyfa dlnlM room Hardware Co. 102 W. Church St. 115..8. ..\ 35. 1109 East Garcia suweekly. Large screened porch. Gang 16400. bRett's
chain. tuite. S GROCERY eaaip- WELDING SUPPLIIS MODERN 2-r_ effkieli On bus Available August. September. Alien Johnson Realtor 140 K. Or baacato. ) b.4eeom.
an JfnklM mrnlUra EicbtDit. MACHINIST TOOLS Complete set: II RSAtA ft. heavy duty rta h- Avenue I line near stores. Private entrance Concession if permanent. References aase 812 "SpcoaUang hi _" oak DMT carat Sun 6. 1
Boon* gt.. ph. a-37 a.PDRXllUKS Hand breast. pot and Electric in refrtferator C. $595. Restaurant 200 Amp portable welding outflt COCKER SPANIEL and bath. 11 weekly. 4100 Fairbanks required. 1243 Booth Atlantic Avenue i' 'or tTtM Seed trram 8amCa J5.e.
Drill; Metal lathe with motor $48 00; rl $169 50. Deep fat fryer Complete weldint supplies la stock wee AKC. 9 PtPPIES-RtIIl-I' A.. Winter Park. Daytona Beach. Pin COLLEGE PARK-New J-bednoca JOi > Mata.COLLEOB '
Pip cutter dies and wrenches anvil ( (r I. 22-case beverate cooler. Distributor of Lincoln welding' machines tree Rd Dubedread. TWO-ROOM 1 frame bungalow with hardwvod PARK: I bas ton-
S. APARTMENT-Basiaes* OCEANFRONT-Garage apt.. floors sun room aad car 3. a-
: vise air outfit and rods. H. R. William very Reel-
FOR BALK-Oak alldcn. compressor spray 495. CU. ft. deep freezer. 350. 75 COCKER PUPPH-Black: female. 30. couple. utilities private crete WaWlt. ustseu .
entrance &lc. (250 Ira Iota tncaded. Price (7150 11359
new bands S12SO; sole bed. ; motors carpenters blue chalk iSo SL gas water b..ttr. (21450. Sal Supplies. (11 N. Beach St. Daytona Pedigreed. 1940 Miller Ave. day first floor. Mrs. Elizabeth Peach 234 Ave. Daytona llUO Beach 9901 8. Atlantic will handle. Harry Heath LtlO X.I mantontf aad HarfMOL *a bu* .n"
13(50 >place 9ttr'.t. $22.50:: box; lane Pruidaire; us.. front walk-in cooler W"coil and compressor Beach Fla. Ph. 2220. and Formosa. Winter Park. I E. Spruce St. 6323. phone county I CeIoal.12$3. sue btock fraoj aaafwaat 0i't.?

stogie holli.o er dl.lt. sew lIIabOC.D7 ; New 12 ft. plywood boat I ( ccl and compreson COOL GULF Summer bnexes. at the cOLtEcidPAa4. Modera $-roo* 152. e.w o.vi
.r m.p. 46.
((5.00; radio tube tester. Electric remedies and supplies. Orlando I Houses for Rent I ;' tram bow*, completely famished. ,) Stcnrio.es
'II.SO; HJ broadJoom rue with 2- by York Modern Appliances. CI I' WATER SYSTEMS-Complete atock X-cel Store. DaI2-3524. I new. colorful Cooulna Apartment { rice C* PhaaIT or
3it ft meat sHcer. Steak knives Bonini I I Iknives N. farm home. Farm ft Home on the Oalf-front lacludl&t all gas kitchea appUaac
niDDtri to Batch. $39.SO; 7- I'I for or CONWAY ROAD. 1909 at Sarasota Lido gaaa to. t.rihens. -
'
\tee walnut : Cleavers; frill aloe 20x30" Machinery Co.. 430 W. Robinson Av*. DOGS BOARDED. stripped clipped Beach. Modern Screened porch attached tang
apt for
bedroom 2. Summer tim
toitc. S125 RIFLE New Mossberc. Pest house electric is a
; i : kitchen. At bus
battery water tugs: sinks: crass cut- and bathed. Ruble Small Animal stop. Large lot. (1950. Alton Johnson ator. : :
kitchen cablact. (39 JO; china cloaet. ten. special ILlS; Sectional bookcases i I with Wind Fired : WASHING MACHINES rebuilt.. HospitaL' 16OO N. Crane 4848. CONWAY rates: day $3. week 45. month 160. 140 .. I far lint Ume. C LIrk.
(39. Florence oU range (47.SO; wood : Secretary Ice boxes and time Jr. of coif like new. Martet and Easy. 1 SECTION --Five-room Including daily maid servtc. .. OraniC" 1613. -SpKialia- Raltar. 0. 1. A'.
; ; (as frame
buiualow.
ins la
large HomescOLINGI
rant*. (3(.SO. taa rantt. (IS: ice box. oil New coif Call Guaranteed for 1 year. Caldwell and DEERHOUND PUPPIES weeks old. I porches. I lltU1_ Private beach. Write or I Tate T34
stoves I
electric automatic card Lk- Unfurnished.
: : I .h. a. Large and lauk,. Mother red bone. ; Space available for **, Pboa Roger V.
(IS: -.iecc breaktait ilL new (35: table Hams Repair Service 2213 Edge- Flory. 219 8. Palm PARK-For pale *r reaL
: typewriter: saxophone: nltan h.r;R14. den chickens. .
Parents outstanding hunters. and $50 oo monthly Av .. Saraaote
Pricedat Florida. .
I bedroom ..10.. thrifty
,aate We Uble. (14 (5: electric ranae.(7M baritone hpra. radio new and 75 IDs >. Tem water Dr.SUPB quickly. Leas it desired. For further particu those 2263. More COUnTRY etm ss-oon of
RIPGIRTOR (10 to sen Russell
= De- t* boy with low dowa paymcat. hot.
; wardrobe new, 127.SO. Sew. record players; Weston litht I conditioned VALUES at flrcctoueEIectric -, contact M 8. Versowe. 'I th* n.* M..e of eifj 4 t
I ell Thiraoad rornltirc Co.. 72 W. Out 95 up; 7 .r.'ue ft. "Coolerator." (.I or first reasonable i fans for home; 1It,. Wiit. Oatccn_Fla._ _ Ilarl E Church 8t Phon '( ReaUor'l I 4,. Business Rentals win rent July 1st." if BO$ ee14.n.e storte _va Tb. .tt1laRO

I" 8t4 phone 4070.rUftNrrUKauvta. sport ro"I1III.ts'2t. ; out I offer. Ph. 76M._939 8. Mills. Knapp-Monarch mixer 129 '5. Lady POINTER PUPPIES Parent well Buyers Broker, Hastiat Reattar, I! trrta* raam aaaaa* raa** u.
trained. Excellent stock. Phone l CLOSE IN -5-room house; OFFICE SPACE for rent 12, E. Central Arcade 4237. .. 3 ** .
of pawn watches revolvers rifles Stew Dover Toaster special at $3 29. Roll ,' I ISU8. ed. 3 bedroom ** *
and logic.. Wacko,'. 400 West RIOPHONORH-IH1 er skate. 63.95 and (5.95. Firestone.Orans 1531 145 Indiana per mo. 1 year.in.ntul"1l1abJ J i Available July 1st. Excellent tocaUen. CHURCH ST 14t1'-s.-L&ke Law MM |I $ '* wartor Lan mmauMaytoadaraped
Church St. Del and Concord. Avenue. Phone 2-0991. 1 1SPACX aectioa. Beautiful furnished araamda. (39 owX -
room bedroom. (50 fo. equity ,. ( PET FOODS Chaaple s, Gaines. Zygmont.GOTHA I !
I horn with floor faraaco tttoroof W I. osebeicas 141
breaktaat table chain lampa. odd NAILS-SmaU stock 10. 1C and 20; per (35 worth of records free. COME TO THE STORE next to Post Epratt. Sturoy. Gro-pup. Pert ectine. '; 8CTTABLX for DoctoTt *f-
monU. -Lovely 2-bedroom PorU-cachcr and 117.- 3160.zs.130t4tte.W.
!4ve'PL 1121 It. Milla. 7tt.FURMITURX also a few easing nailf. H. H. Par- Service Station.Mattland. Office. Maitlaad. for most everything Milk-bone. '. All nationally I modern 1 I On main cross town treeU I tsrtg; *
StOI' residence I 500
terms.
fronting I' Owaen mvtt
Lake taspecttott
yowr
__.8, '_er. Lan cat rlsh Hardware 2.1B41.OFFICE 220 8. Orans* An.Phe.e Paul Gin,,. linens,new silverware.and used.Jewelry China., : Shop.advertised 901 Macnulls.PUPPIESPurebred brands. .BrewnicsKennel Completely famished electric Olivia kttch- [I'r I'fltL 4664. I from 2 to ( Sunday after- I ._
)*. table and chain i2 Used. eurtOloaDUQutl. I ''
m ; RESTAURANT ZQUTPMZNT ea; (100 per month. Asher Peter. coon. C. B. Dovi*. Stealtw. j" a.Jeffenoa .
BbinatlOB conaol radio. (20Oreety DESK and chair. $12. Buckeye .low at W. Central electrical and auto supplies 2 mo. old. De- Realtor cor. Central and STORE ROOM-Street floor. Located 2-1649 ..wW ruosodsist c.
$t, oft Bdiewater Dr. Garage. 1311 W. Grand Aveae rt27i4;. p 4 baby carnages musical lastrnmeBts. wormed vaccinated Chine,. Chow ZOTMKUHL. Maiat i'1 at (05 East Wuhtattoa Sx_ o Cwatt to starve I
.etc males 135: Scotch Code male (25; CONWAY8CTIOI-4.c.om aomTa OuR ..par'Go
?FRIOXDAIHK ft. box. Good condition. RADIO-For 1942 Ford or' I BARGAIN-New femalea (20; Pit Bull or English AVX* 941-'- home 4 ''SINGLE OFTTCX room and **ons( large tot with tacoma from soirees* I: .ar A r O..4.

Be* at in Wall .treet. OUTBOARD MOTOR-New. Evinrude mintS to fit any car. at1 Tractor ( bun Brady Garden Shepherd male (20: special on females bedrooms. H baths ton tot room. (25 per month. wUburStrickland. I la rear. (595 with terms Rem eaBre*. tttt 0."4- ...

FORD BOKX Inspection tnrtted.Complettni 10 h-p. (It X. Kaley carase apart condition. 733 a Orlando Ave.. (300 IVa cash.h.p.Osceola' plow disc Hardware.cultivator. 110; Toy Pox or Rat terrier newly :''&. Close to school and j 1: Broker 23 W. Charch Kay Anderson Broker. J7S Or- near MaKtaM aiiirpin a.-

Ford Home for Veteran ment. ter Park. Kiasimmee. Write T. K. Gall .*,. males (20; females (15. Tay Shepherdor shopping center. Immediate occapancy. "75. I .nte: 6123 Pact Opus Sea._

.I (M Garden Dm. Barra-kfaor OVENS for oil atovea. Stock includesone RINGS-.BnIdsI set: cold wU Plau 1. Box 95.I Spits males (15. females liP; Ph. -) or County. -& i SINGLE OFFICE ta new office Hii PARK Completely raralibed. t aoua Pa.-aa _non1'a4

development, north ., NottlnthamRoad and two-burner type Bumby num settinc. 1 diamond I IRt. shipped COJ3. Your approvaL Mat- SHARE NEW BUNGALOWOBveaM ing. Parking space. No leas 14-1 2..co brick *. .. os..ss traoW buaasw

oscar east at MU1 D. D. Hardware. 102 W. Church. menu plain wedding band. Box n :1[I I REDUCED PRICI on 6 only beautiful Ian Kennels Fountain Inn_S. C. lent on bosUn Couple or 2 girl*. Bind. Immediate potsesdoa. (60 stroctloa alai* root oatar .._ Tory lor** .* riceofee

Riddle.' 21 X. Centrali dial 2-4o31 or OUTBOARD MOTOR-1M6 mode. Star i I boudoir chatrs. EUxhtly soiled re- PERVINAL-Use Pervinal for healthy I. with congenial couple. 1035 Delaney. per month. R. E. Carrigan. Carrttaa hester 2-car garage. Uto tie era, bath ITI masho e.sn-

7MOrLCORXSCKMT Johnson 10 Runabout 20 hours !' Solar price (3,.?5 now $1975. UoydsFurniture I| dog. Multiple vitamin with mineral I WINTER PARK. 301 S. Orlando A.. I,1 Bide. 672 H. Onnt: 24551. lad half. Oat of tn ..*** say I I I.. wttfc_buotr db fen' atirair > .

nZTCRXS Itt.. ISO. A. M. Baicht. (00 Maxwell. | RADIOS-Let your aid radio help Co.. 903 N. Orange "1'". *. Discount to kennels. Xmerich" I 4-room house nvtn* room bed WANTED TO RENT or lease-3 lane sell for (16.000 balI eaaa Prucreba. I,I ss5.-em4 sst.4 riot ft
14-1S-20 ..n.. Special $3." oach. after I p.m.PIPErTTTTNO. pay for your handsome new 1947 Pharmacy. 33 W. Church room. dinette kitchen bath. I I I litot room lit "for elsie ta Resltor. (07 MrtcaU Baibs Ida a.a1
Pat at... 10 W. Charth.rURNTTDRB trade-in allow I I ssiei sell 554 0501 All ,ia
modeL Generous cash tact phoa 21111COLOI'lLUoTO"'tI
PEKINGESE WINTER I lake raltabl for
TOOLS-Good. ho IF IT8 GIFTS. see us. Community PUPPIES-Pur* white PARK-Hotu* furateoed or I i aer : art studIo 0aI& .. win
-New and laed. Far .. water beaten sea plate; wood .ne. Liberal terms. Southern )u Plate. cutlery sets pressure cookers also red. Mn. J. W. Council. 840 uoISrnl&bed.1 Will take small child. ': and tilery. Box 72 s.lar.I -Faralakwd ,, =' St5.I
cub and sass 10 to 25 per cent heaters. Ph. 2-7414. Orant Arc. PInes "7. Valentine St. Melbourne. Pla Call 'l72-W. I i
I 23 pyrex etc. H. H. Parrish Hardware after 5 D" 3 drmi: Son a porch** lav I .

on roar ptrehaae. Ban Fnrnltor POWER EQCIPVDIT-C.mlP1l block 220 S. Orange Ay*. Phone 2- PUPPIES Pur-bmT dewormed 5-ROOM HOUSX Plenty of shade I 50. Wanted to Rent mediate possession Price 11.. ,
C., *J> W. Church St. Those S 20. cutUnt machine; portable &..bltbi'CS. aI0 and P. Console 1141. Eskimo spits. Emnsh shepherd and tone piaxza. Veteran preferred.I I term Aaa Ooodwla wtta StormaaOoodwla

FLOOR COTUUNO Inlaid and saw: yp por FOR HOUSE PLANS. building Pit bull*. Toy Pox terriers male Rent (30 mo R. L. Titus Taft I AP'I I Int.. Broker in B. Or j jaasej
: 'iJOwL 102 W.Church. suggestions -
printed Uneolenra. nbber-Uk Ins- e, I & Bumby H.a and answers to building (15. females 110. Scotch collies males LOW REST i _u. ,I
and broadftlt at OlMdcM.OARAOB your 125. females (15. -Enjoy country darinc deate ao children .. Call' esesu. .5. east
Cocker i or
Mrs uaaEPii=
I spaniel
PCMP8-Home water system. W. A. problems com to Mills and Ne months. Cabin with cooking ate toner I i I esep oles assieSas St
DOORS Overhead tTp. Jon Co- 415 W. Robinson Avonae. REFRIGERATOR ServeL 6 ft. I i braska. males (35. females 125. Ship COJX J1''J.I *. (19 and (12 per week I 2-4617 or 5566. I IAPT. I than average la UUIM Sl1 P'W

metal. Marked down. Complete phone (712 and 6609.PTJMP For tnorm.ti UltJ IP ITS BUILDING and Onancin approvaL S. C.RABBITS. WeodvtU Kennel. Owing Pine Grove Motor Court. 6 mile .-Perman nt. well established rooat bom Ctooet an ton aid '' Washtoaee.

Hn *( bulldiac hardware. UUi aadNebraska. -Worthlncton Steam complete 1 ROLLER SKATES-Super speed advice you want Call at Mill north of Orlando en U. S._17-92. young veteran and wife need aa-II i ta* tot has 7S-ft. fnataae. Oa* I
famished ctUldrga. '! floor. S screened Mitbwt. attach) I j
apartment. lie
with lubricator. 3x2x3. ( caU.mlnut chrome-alloy bail bearing. and Nebraska. Flemish New Zealand. NICE. CLEAN.-3 or 4-room I 54 home.
GU RAKOX.-'".." white porcelain *. (. C. T. Thompson.Apopka. Stores Co. 25 E. Pine. Phone 2-11. Chmcnin 2 week to 1 year old. everything1 furnished. Leas Phone 2-0222 or 7244 tang (1LSOO term araUalu AJ- 13. 5 bere .

: Iniah. SlanderS ilia now SEWING MACHINE-Sinaer. 7 draw. 31. Articles Wanted 423 Park Lake Circlr Phone '09. year. Forest City Road. a.. dlUllu.l I APARTMENT or 4 none completely 'I lea JohnMB Realtor 149 Ova6t.' BibSeid aaeoomp.P5.0 .

artlltbl a\ Banter Hardware. 102 PRESSURE COOKER. Presto for er. Call 64.Sclcb RABBITS-And hutches fur aal. ApPly To adult or with on* furnished desired by refined (612.apeclalixlnt IB Home- 555.
w. Charth. cannlnc. S-plec dinette niter; 5Pleet and 1829 Hollenbtcx Dm Gco. Kin I. 7287. Also house on Wto- middle aced couple. Good endS I COLLEGE.PARK-Modora -ki riaajboottow. Wbi4.Corp .
tDte AXES Furniture of aU kinds: tewinc
GATT LEO TAKLCS. 1220: sofa bed. breakfast sets drop lest table: Pln' nlPI machines anything you have to TOY MANCHESTER-Femak. 3 me.old. let Garden Read (7 00 week I neithborhood etstntlsL Phone 4601. TU bath attached tarn i .10
George Snttler. 75 Completely taratsa.ed
(1(40: duAls _rb. (42 50: S- Economy Furaltare. 332 W. Church; Smith Lumber CoN.. O.DI .De seU. Itnll-Th.f1IIOII' Furniture Co. Mother registered. 1021 H. WILL BUILD.- 2 or 3 bedroom horn ftptoc. eerier 3 3kilohO5.e.
with an electri 1I1k' H9OO
breakfart aei (U.SO. Whltmlr 9217. Hampton in UAaTKDT-l'IIrn1 anlurniahed '
piece Railroad. 72 W. Pin St. Dial 4070. Ave.TROPICAL good winter Park location for or I bo Mebeedweed
term C P. Shattwu. JUatton 144 I
I
Faraltare. JOe W. Ctiarch.OUDXR I font lease. : 2 bedrooms. 3 adult $63limit.
PIANOS Krakauer used apricht. SCREEN GRILLS-Screen doon: FISHES-I net selection Will also furnish. D. D. eieue5.5.
ART OBJECTS china diamond and N. Orange 2-332. ,
:::Forc> or lawn with awn- Good win rent sets and in Orlando Riddle 31 X. Central dial2.463i Pleas write Box 52 S-8tar. ma*
i tone. 100. (5 per screen : screen .du anythIng valuable wanted at one*. area. Aquariums. or .
lag canopy. Mew caahion: 25. 'month Plus drsy. Ulilcr 145 Fair tprlnts. Smith .. pumps, foods books remedies and 7540. COTTAGE or apt.; Grandmother CONWAY 6ECTIO" $.w bom*. So I 5113S 5 554 p.13
Lmr I. W* will pay highest prices or you 1 .
1710 Weitcbetter Atr*. OrwlB ".nor. banks. Winter Part.PLUiOUprllbL Orange and call consign to as for our auction all supplies. Harry Cotter. 138 Ridte- CONGENIAL YOUNG COUPLE-wll adult granddaughter. Call. Kill W.bedroom K. Prtrlat.bungalow...Prlr 341* .1550a.Of :;: pee Vodomorasi asmo .o 5.3
wood Av oil Backer or Mn Ellis: 4140BOUSE
OAS RANGE Tare* burner. CoveraB. Very nic* appear- SINKS PAUC complete. A sale held every Thursday night. P.rt.DICTATOR.* Lawrence Av, Winter low share new nicely fnrnUhed bunga ante Av*. Phone 6385. btock from bet Tee em
oven broiler ateasll compartment. pearanee. Also wardrobe suitable for 11'.te" H. H. Call 9-0156. Doming Auction Sale with refined couple or 2 todiea -.2 or 3 bedroom 3 adult b* press Of ran peowq,
SIS Sunday two t* tivM 436 X. Junior or children see at. 1203 Ay- Hard..r. 220 8. Orange Are. Phon Co. GRAND CHILDREN""=. Convenient bus-line 1036 bela..,. and school act child. Permanent. I CLOSE B-2 Mock east a* Ortag* wad S M ViSta was 4
Lee. biiigim bean Sa fin eodltioa. >
Miller An.oAlt.Aoa shire Ave Beverly Shorn 2-184. CONCRETE BLOCK MACHINE I Doberman pup, a real buy. AKC SlNGL& LADy .W share ber home Phone 24114.KOgS&I i Lan corner tot EireEeat Raise U
Automa xtxl Ifew." Kelley. Bsaford Box 257. Co.2304. with 2 or 3 workIng girls Box rooms, oafuraiahad-- ,
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DOOR OPtNIR- PIPE-1M 4 Inch clay sewer pipe. STUDIO CUCIOI PI.tor Hsndopersted. ( Also Dictator (4 income property. Call Joe Dauvll
tic. Tn open and doe your .a.rit Tw* H bend: two Y-*. 1620 Har- rocker. Od cha p.1 slightly ased. Descriptioa. price. T. ions at stud S-Star. ferabty Winter Park On adult. with Boa Kay Audition, Brakat.

door without ever tonchlac wood Ave. kitchen set. U Hearn. P. O. Box 2151. Orlando. I PEDIGREED 'COCKER puppies. My NEW S rooms llaa. fvrnMh reas- Pb. 2-4231. 375 If. Orange: 6(23.

them. 8e our duplar at oar yard. PLAT GROUND EQUIPMENT-*tand- Large dresser. HIS Pheonix S' DIAMONDS watches. Jewelry old st.own Bruei (trua 1410 Avondale .naill. \mlle fiR Conway Orel HOUSE-Famished. 2 or 3 bedroom I COLLEGE PARR ItCTIOM-6-, '

Pmrth. Lumber. Co.. M. Oranta and ard and custom built. Most appropriate Phone 2-6121. told. Highest cash Prlc. M. Mol aL S Box S23 B. Narcoosae* Rd. For adult will teas for see year. tram bungalow with 3 tot*, mod
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Rai lift for growthS children. On SWING MACHINE.-.Industrial mo Begs Jeweler. 32 W. Church. 41. Poultry and Box 76 8Star.HOC8E era cenntractloa. Hardwood bests

SIUNO&-OU beaten Prk (ISearn. display. Southern Metal Fabricating A-l IU Ac.del FILE CABINET WANTED-Legal size. I' Supplies n Rooms for Rent -4 or S bedrooms Orlando thraatboat. Tito b'h Ctoe to eon- _

1 Lest Kaley Atenae._ Pine Cattle. Fla. Ph. 20020. La-mdry phone WI..r 41. i Used. Call Mr. Ryan 5070 Mon BABY CHICKS-Taxedo Feed Ston. or Winter Park. W- located. -I venleacea. Price (7500 with UM

GAS RANOK tari* alxc. XxceUent PUNO-Upright. (100 cash. 1627 STEP LDE ft. and up. Price I day. U. *. approved Pallortam tested. CLOSE Di-: room. Light and Furnished or unfurnished. For cash. Mr. Bryaat with Herman two P513 I ISeke. 5.sacs.

condition. ((5. premier deluxe vacnm Harmon Ave. Winter Park. ph. l foot. Knox Store FURNITURE ANTED Good and 906g W. Church. phone 3-2121 ar 12 Automatic hot '"". *" "= 1 I family with children. Not to exceed Ooodwla In-. Broken 177 .. crease! .. ..1peret eJi

cleaner. 2 Mxo*. Ahunlnam Venetian 517-w or Inquire at house la rear. .. 25 E. Pin*. Phono 2-3113 I bad. Any anantity. Cocaraa'i Furniture -I GraceSt.cLoss I I tlSOO yearly. Write Box 71. S-Star. 9855. lz:5 = 151111I

blinda 30. Solid oak &a"' PIPE for grove and farm irrlsatlon. STEEL CASEMENT WINDOWS diesel can 2-0931 or 2-2367. BABY CHICKS. U. S. PuUorum tested W-Ooabl. room. $" 17 and HOUSE-2-bodroom and sleeping COLLEGE PARK. 2-btdn m boa*> S
oak &.. 33 Alexander rtac. 3- Florida lIps Supply Co eJO w. from factory .lob ia 3 days. Save FURWITUR*-UM* stoves tc* boxes stock. Immediate or future do-- ._.._as West Uvhigstoa Aveno*. porch or bedroom furnished. Per tow. Uk new. receally redecorated -I M 00* Ncash.
410. money. Merchant. (639. CASSELBERRY Azalea manent. Box 781. Winter Park.HOUSX nicely faralahed. meSsrs see Oslasos $o506 se.I.
nvery.
Church St. Ph. 61 K. j C 1. I Sewint machine Call before yon reeds and poultry suppliea Stonave
GARBAGE PAILS Oarbag can, POWER UNITS-Continental cosines evenings. tell W* pay t0p" prices. SeweUTbnrmond Orlando I-Cel Store. Dial 2-3534. Am.rlt.D Plan Retell riding bol'lllo Two or three bedroom untarnished .: tllo bota. asiemade beat "
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'1._ can and town tools- for airlcBltttral and industrial iDe.taU.tloDU SEWING MAC- h ,, Furniture Co.. 72 W. Pin CHICKS-New Hampshire 2H week f P.rll fallin.5174W.FISUWThuE h.lltlnl III .101I. Wlllter or partly. References. ,and hot*. water Attached screened taraa parch toada withawalns ; :::
andRailroad. Ph
Smith Lumber 'Co* N. Orant Florida Pipe dc Supply III& nar.DW 1r p St. Dial 4070.LIIMBLICipreas.. . I oIeL 2Oc. 7alryth Poultry lane 4300. Mondsy.BOUSE ed. Owner tnatfevred mom ..

-1 Co.. 610 W. Church St. Ph. 6118. .b1 11.. A 14' 1x2. 13 1x4..D telephone S927. -3 bedrooms 14.000 cash asaam mortfag AM

OLlDrR=:MetaL 2 Porch chair FoIntormaUon PUMPS-.-All types irritation SII.HOUETrES-Many drtn Mad to be 2 ft. tout. Can BM track *r N. H. REDS. Barred Rocks White cora.r Laundry .011 IIrto&- Prefer years ... aeente authorised M aaadia. CaU
talephon 4534. trial domestic. Florid tu o .lall flllbed black car-load. Dlckson Wood Carving Co. Rock Red Rock and Rock Red fast IIr1YUe... (75 per .. George 1339.COLONIALTOWX.

GRINDER-On. *f;-. n. Wa1kT Supply Co.. &W. Chub: ph. I- wtU alm.ral lII.tb. 195. Knox Conway and Bumby St. Fh. 2-1760. chicks. Your choice. .. per 100, COLONIAL DRIVE. 14oi X-Beaattfcl 8-fitar. aatUDia11rd.j SECTION few

er Tamer perfect condition. Xxtra.wheelr. PAINT-Brocado. Hides la one coat. ,C. E._Pe. 2-3163. Heavy assorted 17 95 per 100. Cock. room ea busline. ( Can after HOUSE-Clo.. la. 9 or bungalow. 3 bedroom ale kttca-

Phoo 4M7. week day*. fills small encka. (465 gal- SOUND SYSTEM with "G E." amplifier MOTOR SCOOTER WANTED 2-2360. rill 1700 per 100. Pullet 115 per I am. furnished or ea. oak Coon .. ". *aad*. Kites

OE 1tOJITj10220voiPortsbisessoline. 1D A 81 tb Lumber Co. N. Orange and tw. 12" _ka mr 100. Chick teat COD. Ida Chick "JHCART ST1. 335-Nic.iliT. phone 5754.HOVSZYwS. I geod boy. 19250 coed term Sam

Hew condition. Phone .a Railroad. record chancer. L O- OFFICE MACHINES and famitora. Manchester N H. t6S3-.I. room. Lan doubi Xvulpped for or three bedrooms aafonishad. Johaaoa C*.. 206 S. M.'

Tltl of_3(( K Oraot AT*. PUMPS electric deep and shallow fice. 27 W. Church. Get oar prices. Check with GoonsStuart. N. ,H...am CH1CKS-Z Wkl. old light. hoasekeepia Laaadry prlvsj.eses. Manager national or.taaixatioa coU.m.H.P *MtBe*-MW Sooew 3

DA : bvrarn All aiaen.l Easy payment asinine SOW C8U. ft. w 1 front 13 8. MaIn St. phon_(151.. ( per hundred. Lake o* The Private & 1-ilIorll freie : 3 adults.- year or mom tIes and achooL Raeeatly bulls 3. 5 eves of
omrrsi .I Wood Chick Co.. ". ma North Mait- Lab Zois. 4 Irma leas*. Rental ap t* (100 month.
.. Orlando ApthanceC. and little a* (5 per .t 8 re. & OLD GOLD-W* pay highest price Summer -. per bedroom bom. Steel .tMo_ tIle *eastrucuem M.4LI.i, ,
... 210 II Oranaa AT*. Phone 4S37. many Well Drilling Pmp moth 8IPp Bt. 100 for diamonds old sold watches. land; Highway 1792.iWB.AMPSBIEZ rate* Phone 26001.CLOS PO._ Box 369. Orlando._ bath. 75 ft. to*. Lan 1 car tara *. at Ms. 15.. r-s-

winter Garden 1 cast of I STOVE-Neaco Deluxe range: and broken jewelry teeth silverware. CHICKS-16c. 2 4 IS Comer room twia bed*! f Lovely shad tre*. Owner baa accepted -I hems or11th

BOtsT-J .. I hand operated i Or to Vista. I.:phone 70(7. a screen door. 2319 X. Jetfersoa Beckman Sons. 139 IT. Prang. weeks old 20c. Hatching etc 1.25 M per week. m. South Rosalind Jolt ta Sect and reduced price COeee5. leone..
with c.". per setting. FalmUa Poultry Farm i A1'.ae. HOUSX OR NT-hna1all- to 11390000. T* latpect caB Gas
.pl t I rood selection. Typewriters
.& PI OFFICE EQUD7MENT- lI
Ph. 5927. ed furnished. F. Bras Realty C. 19 X. Central
and lower and can be $1.50 and Knox> St.SAW MILL Complete with carriers calculators. Office CONCORD AVE 1412 E. Corner or Two three
booms ralM I .uat7. up. adding machine bedroom Yearly : I A... Fh 2311S.Wojpiu. I bL '06I
basis
.I"Ie4. Hola. (195. Boils CberroM Store .. E Pine Fhon 2-311 I ways, belting two U21 International Equipment Exchange. Smlth-Co- TCRUYs-JOc lb. Hatching ... room with connectiat bath. Telprene *- N X. adults. _ I 513.4 06 asS ee 5..
CantiaJLBOUX 65 h Units. .. Main 1(50. 20c Posits SOe. Palnrilla 2-7353. I'I pete. 8. Coots. Ph. 7610. Night Bvtac {I PortS
(> Hi W. BRUSHES-.-"Pur* Bristle. p. 48 and 52 rona Agent 220 : Poultry and Sudan soi aed orme4laie
I PAIN Farm: dial 5927. ph. 513L I rm. dining room bath kitchea
saws two-saw edger. sawdust conveyer COLONIALTOWN ,, ts.je 51
.1' Knox Co. PIANO Will pay (5 down. 45 N. Hrer St.
25
I' Sr .
E. 2 button trim saw and necea- TtiRItJYS-YINJ\I Attractive double cread porch attacked garage lat Cal P51st Sties nesh
FR 2tRS-KelTtaator. now ;... : monthly Plus 6% Interest for piano Under weights room Twin bed.
ailablo at Bumby H..... Kellnator -!, 2-Uo ran foundation timbers 13.5 Call ia aood condition. Responsible permanent 1* to 20 Iba Posits and ... C. near bus and grin floor 'laraae Compiouty aid ak.y I I I a.a $

a .. -%._102_W. CharcjiBOLLTWOOO I Plo..auU. splnat balance with easy beach pay-: or write Dr. P. Ph.. 81 lo.. resident property owner D Wilder Jr. Turkey Farms 681X HOUSE 6 .room Permanent, partially adults or M aafuraiaaed. d--I eiMB tdoA.r livable. Urv bom O Fred 14I i!I '

DOUBLE -With ments. Robinson Music. 531 N.1 Or- Orl..do. Box TT -Star. SEND POSTCARD today for free CLOSE. W COOL Pribate bath. Near crate rental Box 67 S-Star. rick 115. Orsaga Dial (IK."It's .0.4 p. $. 55.I
box iprtnt and leatherheldboar. i .D,.. I STUDIO COUCH-CaU Sill aferi circular and new low summer Grills. Reasonably 644 macaaUa. r tio Mv* ta Ortaado !'I h-s t *
2- SOLAR and kerosene price famous RXPRESENTATIVX Rational ..rtaaisatwa seem' Osos Jshmes
.. GoodcondlttoB, Phone 8YS-EteUI pm.dallj. on Bin Ribbon chicks.
PLANER-Worklnc condition. Complete desires to rent. CLOSE IN Splendid 3..0.4re.'Thi*. ,.
23 Sunday _nl... flooring and ldla.. bfter. faL h p State condition and price. Blue Ribbon Hstshery.. Dcpt. 15. 215 COLONIAL DR. 730 W.-3-Mom and 1.1 Meet
w desks: VIOLA- Forma Street. 8 W. on* sleeping porch or I alow very nicely asS fat tarBlahed. -
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moor Atlanta. Ga.SPECIAL
kiSiiirR.siTu.TemPse..- Knives. seen at saw min near al. met. Write Post Office Box 374. Orlando.WE with private entrance. .Summer hous- unfurnished P.O. O.r... Laadacatwd
Itta"%...l11.,. (2 M. KneE, Cocoa I' 2151. 18.blt: &h. BUY used furniture. Can aa before PRICES and why. Venesue- rate. Ph 5903. BUSINESS Terms. Cave a.h. .. bones P1551W.
25 E. Pin*. Phone 2-3113. 5. Ian Government selected Parks C7NTh.ALAvic. Owaet traaaareas. awo*
c. S&oI'III SW. DW.l' 3 h.p. (125; metal semnt. Orlando Furniture Co. Srtain Barred Rock for fOUDd.tlOlI1&ock1D& 1302 XJ Private able 2- CITY LIMITS Wly Trea* Evaaw. Bm> r M
HAIR DRYER Boa**. 11 a >.. Inno 10". (55: track cat N*. 2 Store. (IS W. Church phone Sistine as ship 2000 pullet horn*. Imploysd--young man prefer-. Excellent COt7P1.JW.a1 bidrwom ham With .11.SM'1 Are Wmlll Nit. .SsS
_... Oaaonn ator % PLUMBING SUPPLIES PUW heavy. (15. T. Jk W. 2-4(13. chick weekly by Pan-American Air red. -& .: (1500 cash Misses

haMC UoUer. !M32 th St.fiOT &op Jell Coat S..t. WE PAY highest cash price for old ways. W* an offering these cockerel CLOSE IN-Modern cool room facing TELEPHONE COMPANY engineer desires Else Real _. M X. i

"WATS""HATW Oaa. elec- H'. "I" 1". galvanized pipe (11 COnway R. _- _ diamonds and diamond Jewelry la chicks from our top matins. lIe 110 Lake lola, Laundry privileges. 3-bodioom unfurnished houa (435 -Qoea ...d.COLOJIr1A1.TOWJr.,.m DAtlDltUD LJ a>
irIs Suet oil. Full automatic.Kno .iU futures o". Tor" ".u STEAM BOILER-New fS H. P. Yer- any coadiUoa. City Lacxase and -100. COD If yoa like. These chicks Phone. 33 N. Rosalind Av* ta good section with yearly ltaemasimain. -Bens cywrga

StoTN Cw. 25 L '. those t.l. I.UtIL. Plumbing heal Tabular Steel.Boiler. 100 : Jewelry Co. cor. Orange *tCharch._ are hatched from old, hen sees shipped CLOSE IN_225 E. Church. Room *1$ per _tIL Win bvy. Very atcraeU for lice mrft .
Co. (Res ) '
2-31(1 1137 8. Orlando AT*.. Winter Park. pounds pra L B&t San- WE BUY DIAMONDS old gold tar- here from our Pe.. breeding with twin beds summer rates. It Priced rltht. Ph. 9091 Of 9079 bungalow with 2 tort tearooms I bes.t1W .a eftI
HAIR CUFFKRS -Frofeaalonal. hand Phon 494-M. ford. Plord.. I net Jewelry and antique Baeltk*'*. farm. We pay shipping chanea. Jot contInuous hot water and telephone. YOUNG COUPLE desire furnished or Reins room. diatM room. kitchen .I.I I eaWS.3 5,555 5.5.I

type bIll elID. 13 7$. JI\ll S LDE and I feet. 24 S Orange upstairs Park Sons. West Palm Beach. Fla.4.J. CLOSE IN-AIT conditioned modern partly furnished house. Permanent and ale screened porch oak COOTS. I ** MBBV tafM :

Hardware. lo] W. Churrh West 1w, room. Laundry and breakfast Ho chUdrca or pet*. S50 ttout. attached tars*, tood ctoaete : al ajaaaai md
d.10. JO. Apartments for Rent privileges. Phone 2-27(1. of the pntUt yard yoa '.1 *** tetaims *
HOT WATIR HIATIRS. PLYWOOD-Waterproof fir. available SECRETARY-Mahogany. Nationally 35. Fuel on and Wood :! O8 B. Robinson Av*. .
ever sees wtta a tovely terra** omheh .
30 and 40 safes capacity. OrtandeApNianeo t V.4.K 4 x 1. fL S x 14 and advertised brands. Orlando FuralUre. AMELIA AVE. 42 E.-2 room at2i- FERN CP.ZZKDR..2115 8. Private PASTOR anin 2-bedroom bawe *r will to ooickly at .1..1410 wtta coat per waur! tape. O515M

Co. In*. 210 M. Oraoi 3 II P Castle el 14 w. Church. FUEL OIL-A tan tank to safer ties fnralshed. Baby accepted. home. MIOIII with kitchen privilege. apartment anfarnished. .Please term Ask ff Zclma Biases wtta I bonier T AT* Phone 4537. tins .. 2-241. SOFA.-3-Piere SectionaL Barrel back Phone M21. HaTs your tank filled.A 1: Phone z-7011. one without. 3 base* passe* door. phoa Coa.". -- Marti WUUata*. Realtor. 21 W. *imieat t* traaaawFBA g

iIi t = Plata lined; rh... chair. New. Original price (400. larger tank Insures beat oa coldest CLOSE Dt-.4-rooms. and bath. 175. GORE AVX. 1 E._Attractive"roomi MOUSE 2 bedroom permanent WiihingUa St. Phone (1M. aapf* u sad .

tires how on Jenny Jewel Drlvs.EorffiThiaTii3iiapiitou. present Price (350. New mornings. McGraw Fuel OU Service Includes utilities Adult only. 417 Convenient locatloa. Summer rate*. resident. Oa or near Lake close m. I I for nvataa or Of'* (aoaw
I
PUMPS. WILLS .AT SYSTEMS (>50. Phone Winter Park, 442-M. Bath St. phone 2-3933 Kitchen prrvOecea. Ph. 9706. Call 24460. (75 Bmlt. Adults.LPA.RTMZIrT.liOt7SI2 COLLEGE PARK-Modern 3-w.drwS, P4.1644II1I. *r 11$,

lee .... f.ra. ."* Florida : SOUND SYST demonstrate 37. Ferti&iers and Soils CLOSE Pi-3-room apartment furnished JACKSON 8T. 5I( .-Single room -b *. sleeping IteMs roam wtufinptoc 3(41 JoneS AVB/OWOB ma )

pip Supply Ca.
phoa (ll(. .oath &pay. William I Execatone .tm system for office COLD SMOKE-Keep your garden er paid. Phone 5315. berman preferred. Ph. 483 rent CoM 1*. Call 2-1113. after I tares laoadry rwom. Lan tot
214' K. 6302. Business Equipment free and healthy. .. aicely landaraped. Faraisaed at I
ioTiox-six iou Jibe sew; Oal.ld ernc.llc7. P and lawn pest COPELAND DR.. HARVARD AVB 811-Location for I
110 W
South lomb Ateaua. Fnoaa 2- C 39 ..mono 5454. The safe easy way. 501 Brookhavea. ed apartment. Large cool-Onfurniah-rooms. 1 business man. Wanted 2 men for WANT TO LEASE a modern guest (8950 term King Real Estate Jt X. FDu-----
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1VM.1C _ _ SERVICYCLK 1 46 IL with Dr. 3lt.CIRTSRkh. I bed. jom. Orange Memorial Hospital lane airy room oa lint floor private home with option to bay. Can 111'0AI Charcn. 1433 Qpea So.4 .,. : 15
CHMT -nu to toe back of car PWPr th* farm or homo. Bit kick .&r. (175. I D Indian black top oil. fill and I nsa. entrance. Full ill* bath with !. : references- Box (3 S-Star CHEROKEE"PARK trr.1In' 2-tcy : 1l.s. om
for picnic and fUhlnc. ((.SO.Smnfe I nw and oaad. Se* *urStock. I Sales. Pr.TI.bl I clay. Guaranteed full loads. Twin beds Venetian blinds large horn*, .. onuwctloa. 3 bd- I- ,
Lambar C*. M. .Orant and Farm Home Machinery c' : new new IN. A Bray. Pa 102. CLOSE Di .- Ultra modern 5-room closet space. Utilities. Call before 51. Houses for Sale Teens tile roof. ,Lan landseased5515cr garage wtaa aawoMt HiOood
I f1
RaUrad 430 W. Roblnsoa. U A 37.. Phone Co. 33-R-12. Wrtt'l tnbJt. All electric cool and 14580r *""* '."* Phone IllS tot. Between 3 lakes and fnat I'I boP a$ $L aw. aavtawaaMr 1 1I.
_____ Plllt lG IDr. b. ; comfortable. Adults only. (ISO per lie ea city h. A real value all i ask (n* OJta I
JC1 CREAM FRHZKRS-Jaal n few I In OThe FrLTP-Good rich top soiL month until Nov. ilL Shown 10 to AVALOIt BT-New -rom ... Wmaam .. .
.- j Chick tt mile north of MalUaad 2-4053 KENNISON DR. 107 Ushib (7500. (3000 cash. Oak Door KJOO.. Oe*. a XJUndi at Son
.;t. OcBoinoWhit* Mouatsi* Co t Fhon 12 aj*. ana 2 to 4 pjn. 418 Broad .. M PkMTtMJ.ouranaiAO .
$-4 .. 25 X.y I PUMPS. PUMPS. PUMPS on PEAT Daetwyler shredded peat m way. keeping room also StasIs room Lake view. Garage attached. B. 23170.CIIZROW I.
.It I'co. 1550. I j
>me Standard garden with much better. Phone County 1905- EUSTIS-Corner Magnolia Phone 9353. Roper Roal*. Chuck and Maixu 23433 III
1c and Kxcr- .
l.AhON- thickBalaam Se* the latest la shallow wen pump ; and attach J-l. DaitwilerNurseries._ tit St. See Mn. Sherman LAKE EOLA Twia bedroom and 0 PARK-A pre-war m***>
a apartment
Let The Rebates and Myers engineering: I ments. ( U. Phone double room. deaa. ANDERSON STREET-Close In. COBveaieat onry borne with tito Ian* i, DTUDAb-Mosael
Wool" Money bock tuarante 1-3. ton (1 7. 3 room and bath famished nicely faraisb t.
POULTl1S per : I
them In 13.
have
mi explain, Smith Lumber c. Jf.Of er marveL.. We LIbby and .tt.Da TROWELS-.-Masons, Pl also per sack delivered. FairvUla Poal- I Urge screea porch; ta* for cooking; ed Tilt baths. Summer rates 531 X. :I 2&0 chnrcbet. achooii. 4 : bMrowus.with fireplace 2 tiled bath* Teem 1 I ben'loq 2 Lasso bsSt vito.nt
Washington dining
gt. bedroom. story hem completely1urIsbod. I rum tttod
.I I i
.. electric
*ltd .aU. pointing traaela. 5921.YlOOftOCompleto refrigerator
ant garage. Summer
try Farm phone k5.M -
10 C. IIa&
W. & kitchea.
J.na.. let. la
In good condition good tone :
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.tit.
(45 month. ORANGE
25 a. Phone AVX. 420
S.-omejj
INLAID LUiOLKC luhl1.- on Ptn. 1-16 plant food for I fort boy. seed terms. Immediate aosaeoHoa. Immaculate: aoadiuoa sad Baaac**. feet Idese 1302se.l&S.e
floor* and sick top*. Call ArdmatSOl TYPE*BITER-Smith-Corona p plant lawa. 1 pound to 100 i GORE AVE 1401 W -2 furnished prevaIL rooms nlet and 'cleanliness Call or see Mr. Perreola. 20642.J. Shown by appotatawBt. Itobi 8. liMe..

UUeoater Drt e, Teiephon outside abld. Good condition. Price a. pound I: Knox Store Co. 25 X.Ptn or anfaroished. 1 block vest of r.. Horn prtviVgee Reasonable A. L. Ohio Real Estate. 101 8, Bun with Robert R. Tyr*. Realtor j PrtN. fsvaakoS-U.I a..g
2-121*. PATaa paint Phone *. Phone 2-3163. I Prtve-In Theater Court. 13 W. Washingtea 1174.CREROKEX 300.10 .. lee P11

v.oxAiLiG1IT FLAMT 4Iad. bat ?*P.IDt 1..5,la. Arnold J.u Tn.r latest mode Wo TOBACCO STEMS-We have limited GRAND AVE. 1321-Lan* attractive ORANGE AVfl. 473 a.-Lara. AVALON BLVD. A cement block Iaendnesh .

M eacoltent conouuo MxM All. .tore 10 407 B. Oramce; '-M 4.FLCMBOTQ stock-. : a t caatitiet of cut tobacco item front bedroom with private kttch- fully tarnished. 4 windows private bom of rambling eonxtractioa hi PARK-A completely far- I _. Pbe.5 SILK
bath
AC. Yoitra lorm : (13O. 1900 Kuhl Avt.TILl Meal .-. Near fl.id.. III lovely home. very g.1'I1IIt1I&
IMO-uatt. 110-voll aaalysiiu 5% potaia. These an Bmhtl baa Breakfast Privilege m thin exclusive aectioa. with 3 large Risked 3-bedroom ..... Choice
Farm Hem. Machinery year bath and kitcaea ia rustproof for troves and femerte Alao. ahmoat HILLCaEST AYE. aGO 3 bright Teem. btdrooou. veaetlaa bund I 4M W RootnaonKlR08IKI o..I FIXTURE. Permatilo his estimate a complete fertIlizer for sweet pota rooms and private bath. Oa second SPRUCE ST. X, 230-Sleeping room 2-car garage oa a 100x150 maoscap- ti/wt wO kex bowu UvteaVOM* '
"RAHO 1ernc*. PennaUl of Cs Florida, 2323 .tOIL Write for delivered price A, M. floor. Well eaaipped kitchea. (UJEFFERSOM tin.to. eloaet. shan porch cool ed let. trieS (.. See owner. 421Avalooi wWI ton nreptoc fall Us* Stoles liefloN.. :

eelaia. tenses ... (U. Afl type and .,1 Bath tab, lavatortas. Orange: PrevaiL Box (7.. SevlDe Fla Phone week UW BIll" 1st. Hear 5t0r. corner Business woman.I Brvd room all eiertrt kttchew. 3 *tieeapwrchea. .

LMood. 21. Mn. MossjieWA.w.siectrtc., I water dt staks. white VENE BLINDS daya delivery. 2104. .. tllt.t, 'I lIlT. JAMES HOTXL- ou.h and RoaoBnd. ADAIR LAKE ISKCrIOl'l-ll' Laaaatan eel nI.laundry hIlL "- t5GtT

iAW $M- toilet .t & seats copper cheap blinds when yow COURT HOTEL 1 and apear..nc':1 staito M Court new modem baaialow; maids toilet. tarata. This homo aa paved -
New taoatlM *n ln* rnowen. pip pipe and e..e the best for Just a few cents 3$. Plants. Flowers and Seeds4i45.xAS. 2-room apartmeat avaOahla. S- week 9253. corner lot. Conveniently located M usually wen tamuhed for (19JOB sic, -rr.. rI I )
kIuches
end an. L L Stl Co 8- I nu..oW .3 month t.p. 1 'ad t Orlando by C.d. ncr rate. YMCA--Attractive room for roan schooL hoe and (ten*. 17300.. 100" Exclusive Bstla. SM Mr. Stewart at. Far J4OO 4ww OBB} !
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Phone *4231 .r: .., Ut u ..Ill W. at 1802 Dr. P.2 cat flowen. anisti tabledecorations. LAKE KILLARNEY tarac apartateaL CaU1006-.. 8t1Wo. ** 1101111' II Dad u. o I. Loaa. 2-3623. 20 with E Harold Washtattoa Shepherd St Pb Realty 124. Ca. pr .. Uses as amma,

h I VENETIAN "Te beat costs W* win aaywher Jo- 4 room*. faraisbed. electric ANDERSON ST_2-story ton horn*, Mean* ttom- '
Lain 011T1. a.INiDUIno I ao more at Adal lt W. CentraL Lana Florist. Formerly Kittinger's kttchea. Adult Summer rate (1250. WAaHTNGTON ST. 114" IEi_- at to amased for duplex with private CONWAY 8XCTTOH-Oa aithwtraattatehed S

onmiM4 ao .5 bead 5.01. B. B.Partid Orlando Ph. I5 64 E. Central 4643. Fairbanks at Ohio north to lake. springs hot water: (7 single. Ex- entrant Very glees ta. Mr. block ooatrwetloa.. 3)nu Atcaar. Ijar-TI UI a
Ioa" C... PO a. Orasse Chan CLEANER sewing CALADIUMS Fancy leaf choice L.H Browa. cellist basinet n.U...._2-0030. Boentlcr with Bean Burgh Bnkar Heavy duty wtrin: S bees l"Oraaaw Ava fit ambr
A... 1-1.41. Y"CUU heater aaad marb.el varieties. 4 for (1, or 25 for 15. LINcOLN APARTMENTS WOODRUFF STREET TOO. Hear 12 S Mala. 21010.A1.ToUIOMTS bath porch IS acre seed cleared
.t Morse toad. (4750 Of will trade fr tewiaratwrty
L. 8 Gardiner. Fine c.ltlP. 2-1(43.
i1ijIllria&utle.tw Mark Blvd Winter Aa Street. I
,
o J I Fark. 1 and 2-bed Irks ton rums I Rlntoa Realtor 150 K.COLLEGE .
...- (IS. 2 chain t petuo.Twnot ether'shal 8t \ 1 I. 4 ... CALLADIUM. HIBISCUS. Sarhaam room apartments. Janitor service hot Meals I are optloa*!. Reb1usosi63I.
123 Ores*. Winter rark.FH We have them and .0 cherry marttolds. staalas. C. JWUBams. I.r. steam heat. Year round $SPRDfOS. I Ii I
and wen Moth VENETLUI BUNDS-Factory under or 1.50 A WEEK-For eoapl Y. i Ii[ cwesia*
deep ryomfortabio
.pe (7.wf** a *". low montha 1 Libby Wt offer aluminum 1411 X CWBcord Av*. Summer rental. Adalte oaly. Winter, room la private .. 1,i M0r3 p.ogM55.boss. .J
dews35 i
tag .rUa PARK Oat of Saws
LCU BE E'errthin* In buihtind and Ill W. Charch. a.\ .1c any an* Soc per sq. FUNERAL DESIGNS a _laIu. Cak Park 91(1. O* baa an*. Call (. Lake treat home 3 te chwea from. say **tt at oae- .. two bedroom owner mast .1iii
,**? and wood. Colonial LumFh. r.. I a fac. Immediate delivery.Also flowers corsages and weddings. LAKE FRONT-Modera 3 and 3 500 CHASE AVE. Winter Part _. Completely famUhed. 2 M 3 bMrooma. Vaxatow aracttreBy raraadwd- :I mrxaol' t>*rav aafOwa
.. ese' JfiaJl.u. ma..__. .ora u0II. W* make Petty J.'. Garden 2311 R. Orant room furnished. Private baths I. led room wtth private bath- 1 to 3 bath priced from IlL I war cwactracttoa. A-l bardwod peo. 'l Pavod MM**. Oltloa) one.STe. .
OrtaadoVenetian 2.1727.O.A.R.DESIAP4.arse. Children and I 000 M 116.500. Perhaps one .< theM Warn Males a ( maa t
M..I phone accepted. Inquire 1st house a
UTlNO-J1 1I SOIJB-W.W. .Befon .buy see lbs .b.t I showers single *r tIo1I 1o. Low .. floor; attached tans 73 tec toad
PUMPS- a. west t I to what yea have been drtamiaabout I I .
Taftrail 11&. *4Cwan. $50
Winter
(45. Garden
1- ) In tIe to
Plow* Bd J plaata. meg rates.50CI aad lookIng for.t ironed lactodiaw several trots ti' .
uSiV.de.uar lUwinhfFLAMT. pbesI Q4 BUt tD Kuhl: ._. dote SIt 27th Street. Rd. t eared etrvvt biiTh------*, I '
let tally .lt.Ur. IO. COOL BOOMS. (7 week w* acres and a bit boas which g*a 1 : IOOO roe I
& VEKETIAN BLINDS Custom LAKE l'RONT-Ulltun 2 bedroom fun ptnicwltn Mastic WKm*> (* *4. Lee. Is .
IU2.UoH'l'
Cohooa W h"c 1M W. Bla M HIBISCUS-Doabi* ielow. Flamingo have private beach Tiding hone can afford t* remodel at Ute asking
34734Aa Special 58e per 14. ft. *, also tlaoed-ia sleepln* Realtor. 21 W. Wathiattea .I eis.of
HO.D.
: ohlf POWER TREE SAW-Ottawa bass P1'a and others. last WlaVr Park Road aad stasis juice free fr yoor coert. price. Oa a hard road ( mile
ill Radbffl Venetian Porch Settled eoople. (115 monlh. (108.COLUMBLa ho TaoS at. aHt oawOCUOJUUBC
e..dahm. lwe bargain ahimlnambail4int. 4111" c and GlearMt Way. 181 West Wazhlngtss.i8IRA3LI from Orlando. Electricity trait tree*.
master new. ;
Dr. J- beat farntehed. .
: phone Box 65 S-Star. .
91IIottenoa I
C oomptot new. ala 20 sH', ready cut 111 PAPAYA PLANTS S aad lOe as. Potato ROOMS aear bo* zion seed MIL (7500. easy term I. TI
6.4 tiik. iBspoctto by a oiiilUatoaabl *- VACUUM CLEANERS OCOCC-a room fonuaaod aptut- Call at Altamonte fOc ST. X9 W.BOOM orbn
framework coat government "a..n" vte** '. & SOe. Ph. 4330. 2 clo**<*. Telephone TTfT.comfortabl eI oar see :
_L *. Box M I-liar. mately sett (ap i with an .t&e B1. J i. p.'ar-.. 200 E '.:. _lit. See V. T. Murwtaa at Ocoe *. Homer Sewen. Manager caB Winter laaaedt. 6 room aims : --... tPtt

Lbii ""Y-rr"---hl la1i .1. .1 war*. 102 C1L SUBURBAN-Duplex, ... modeta. Park. I1394.8ackrM farartar Extra lots.N1ALTOWNdi..O.
.. a M. r.lt SHRUBBERY Large selection to
? >Keal. Realten. Ill X. Robiasoft I I fee Beehensi .Wtb
SatUVWO'ROOM '
WW4* Park a-nn restaurant .lt VAC CLEANERS New 'Apei beautify your hoax. MuasclwhiteNaneries. 2 rooms bath. 2 acnraed pcrche ROOM and board reaaoaabl 2- ( to
p.4 v s.d ..... Make ole. Se* P. Dlxt* Supply ntlr type with a.t.dlmDt 11 E. Friacctoa. Camptoteiy tarnished. Utilities paid. 0065. ; ; 33153.ALTAMONTS owtloa w* offer this 3-a.uI '
StJiTE : ro <* I.. SJ Beach. $5 a. orlDd 1& u i Ka-Ln Apta. Call Longwood. 23i baaiatow cotanletety I .551 MIle a* (..gkwm
; Its . DREAM NAVEL ORANGES Most electri rafrlterator for (7500 C. P. I
Call : SUMMERLTJI
and I ", received complete new C.nIt._ i ST S
M4 DaTef>OTt tiT
PAJ"1 dehcloua October orange ever de ROOM AKD BOARD-For eons). or altu.. I herb 4 ., p
SPRINGS Madera 3- Xaattor S44) H. OraatK
Wi.ie, Park m-L al..1 BP" Mt Wilson Rrn GOODS-Waoaa, tl veloped. Wonderful flavor aeedleas ed 4 rooms: private bath and eatnac uncle BMB. 0T
1t-a.. .101 t Hr.a. Orangebi.aaoos and cars. SpecialprKe Juicy. Every home should plant t' *. arose aunties faxaithed. 581.I bedroom rwiaenc leeS cwastraettoa. 2-3212. firaiiiel I

.. H. a. Farrtah Bardwar 230Orana Tr.1 PI 1-21. tive H. H Pr 220 8. OraaceAv them. (7.SO to $10.SO else Royal '. (55 me. can 2-2770. .poaaeatioa.. camplctely Frwate famished.charmIng Immedi lake. j

, S A*. Ph..o 2-1(41. PUPPl a shallow .A *: 2U41. Purple Citrus Research Nursery SUMMERUS St 27 N.2 and 3- 47-L. ReDial Agencies Owner Invites -sharp shot1nf at at taJJS 9ft sS a..s::
t C&OOAOl TRAILtRS All -1 WOOu KUOS-1 sn. .tl beaattfui Phone 5467. 1224 Palmer St. room apartmeata. $8 50 ap. Adult I his (11' price. Ask Asher Peter. COLLEOX PARK-Heat M a aU (-

Uono-Wheol trailers ra LUnched W*> raratibed.ioetrio .
taraca.
Mo. 1511 Iiiiata. UAPPIY MOL : Mahogany t Orlando 14 W. C.n1 34. Livestock and Supplies WINTER PA& 129& BkamMut R4.3 desirable tenants fro at chart ._ kHrhoa. II-we l y .. b-Se-

OWN MbWnfntWT'J-. proroaaBU. Doat .AbUt**- f WASHiNG iH&p 4500*. room tumlh4. Garage croat and eblia-atloo. hit phone m* roar ADAm SrcnON Ocea 10 .. U Ufailr Iu. If* th* *
.. _s iioca In pan*. .mbfIUrdo boat wil't *( &J. A a Tai- ans-18 colon!**. Complete oaaip- tentUatloa.. 2 adatu. no pets. Gardner Bl Xttat Ageacy. 12. 3 p.. t* S .. Soaday. 1SO4 west AM alckly. Oaiy two. See WuhInSt06l5.phS5.SMN.

.. 101| WiJ wtlL_ U4. meat. See 0. 1eha.fleratOotba.BAY WINTER PARK 1510 deacoo Road 29 S. COurt St. Pnoao S4411WX N. Weatmoretoadl Dr. New a-bedroom Mark with Ionic OieHa., **Aat. I .

UYIIH) ROOM stnrsDay-**d. ante PANLLLINtr-WMio kaouy paaehac. WASTE BASKETS-Whit* and color MARE 3 2 yean old; partly Apartment. 2 bedroom 2 baths HAVE RXSTALa-O errlr brick .1&.. 2-cr tana. ThInly 14] K Main 2-144. I
*, wMker OIL nwrh rorkera PIt ->oint. Ideal for p. andrettUM ed. lie sad OPW Laos Sc broke to rid*. Vary lentlc 413 farnlzned. Yearly rent 1100 moata thane. Gardner Real Estate 2* room bobby room. PUnIshed ar ojtraraiahod. II

.... 44 PIStOL Ph. 4921. *. Mill and I.luk. 2 E. Fine. Phone, a-11u W. Charch. .I I Includes Btihuea. Sooth CMr\ StroaL Bs ewnef.3.A I rCaUaat4 On Nut :


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FLORIDA LAKE DOT SECTION-Home and IB- NORT SJCOHWe built : SOUTHEAST SECTION Near Lake i i BUTXRS.-Contact Claybauth. Real- 29 ACRES oa tood clay road between TOURIST COURT-. I 111I,.". RAE AID SU, as

com, a suits 4 room each. wt It casements Davis)-Famished 3-bedroom bungalow tor. Phone 5613. aam old ring Ocoe and TB Sanatorium. LAU FRONT horn la rood condi 3 double cottaces. atx-room apart Nn
Lk1 race H. SUN, JUNE D. un Abundant Il.o' 2-car tarate. and oak floors. bdl tile electric kitchen tarate.Gffer.1 i sine 23. Good buy*. Tell m* what Lights and phone. Ideal for divid- tion. On plot 220 x 300 ft. Large ment. Completely equipped rettaareat !Iia a 1:4r'A lulNte M

L. tot. WeI 1U Ib L bath screened porch and 'a.. yard. Owner wants reasonable : you wantDEATH : log into 9-acre tract Price. '1.800P. lake Just outside city. Paved road; with beer and win. Ala *at (ta I4 pusan so..OOS .

[..$. FYom Prceedlnx rap) Realtor 6) a IMat tot. 75x135. with paved street King Real Estate. 30 X. Church $>. J. Biott. 214 S. Dinar 8U Wla- city water gas and electricity. See lion Nicely finIshed COttons wtth pee iced NnOs.sre
i t 43B'. Ide..a On bus tin convenientto I Open Punday.SH.BRIDAN ." Et FAMTLT-128* lake froDt.1 Let Garden. Fla. Hale Dean with Bettes Investment tile bath Approximately 22 acre '

Bay WIU Confidence-Deal W &r al t Only I: New 2-bedroom home mil frontage Co. 29 W. Washington St. Phone of land with 459 ft. me ata..* ,I masSe r- .
I 51. 1-louift for Safe : 11.1 BLVD. 604-Have the fun niture tas. Electric refriterator. :316 ACRES with one north of Vine- $513. This court provide view of Indies be ineirveSe a* aa ajj a* Mat ago
tors. 128 N. Orante. 4147. of wearing tile newness off this Landscaped sandy lake. Limited time. oa paved road. Just River and has plenty of reese for i! sway pike at Ht- tmw MM
sale at 83500.
of new 2-bedroom. frame bungalow. Unfurnished I69SO. terns. Clyde UcKenHc. Reat- and. Priced for quick trailer aad additional 'ItMck. St USS IPS*
.. Place tamp cottate !
Buwstow.
OVBSDREAD- tUU Uain 7959. LAKEFRONT
N. BUNGALOW M
NORTH ) cash I Bros239 Oa beao-
ClAT-T I t poo- except completely Jane J7
li'e o tor. 12 8. MaIn: 2-4775. a
Price $314)00 rash shepherd fUatay
Ue. .
Golf Coarse. I prewar 7 ln J 3 new kitchen. After we show tQlIlppedl I Will deep clear water lake only 20 I
ti w.rura.ne. [
Mr MM
FolMoa. Mtm
with
ft bedrooms bat a pIKe for extra bow*. fa with u& termite house make NEW HOME with modern conveniences Ranches and Timberland minutes from Orlando. 2 bedrooms Harold humS ft -
pr' Imt. you can as : 53-L
d Realty
r Co.
20 E. St.
Washlattoa
th aameaor
,1. Cool aad dry SB ton Urine I
aIM tpl. COIDU lot Ple.tft Owner asks 811.500. We II the key. i and 9 acres excellent land. For and bath. Nice screened porch. Aa Phone 9124. r.-Of..._._8T '
for Winter .
.. coatral heat Also j
hnP'AJ1 MBipmeai tactadiaajrearuaa lure famished with aerraafa .ur. Etr. Ian 1.1 rom Frank Crebs. Realtor. : Mctcalf ulrk sal only. 82500. UcKelvey 64 I CATTLX RANCH-1000 acre fenced.A outstanding value at 84950. Rex-Me- a*** Se 9* as* awaaaam

sad beaatlfal drape .. clel. rear. Oat-- pdt modern Building: phone 2-1710. E Central Realty. I good bay at S1S.OOO. See H. E. GaIL. Realton. Exclusive Ascot 13* V. 8. NO. I-lS ft. front**. an'ii'i hav 1"i PH
hall tile floor and N Orange Ave Phone 4147.
.r. highway
: klen bat Shepherd Realty cad tadiaa Rivet 2M ft
Ut & ; Pnco tlLA&O. C. R.Emerkk. with covered pk tool bedrooms with SOUTHEAST SECTION Furnished I KNOW TALuS? Beat this wen bunt I Wheeler with Harold deep. Cleared city weter. 'i : _
a1Iar. .1t JL Otaate and benches. Ntl 2 1 tract 810000. mortgage d home 2 bedrooms and sun porch home lane tot. double tante Co. 20 K. Washintton 8LI LAn FRONT HOWE STTK 10 acre I $6200. $1700 eH Saloon sliiUmtif.4

,s. 7348. with 21 ft Jak frontal Sa P. 12.0 month. 17. ). borage with bedroom; bearing fruit choice section $17.500- Owner must NORTH OF "ORLANDO-About 19 with 2-room bout under sheltering C. B. Doyle an1&tr. 1" a. JeSter.son. year.1'Ii- 5- -

bn.AJIZT AVL-$*4 oa 100x190 trot I $7 Met Buildins. Phone trees. Price 88500. Terms If lest,. Get a bargain then Clay- miles. acres. AdJOIning acreate live oak commanding beautiful 2-1641. weasel lor"VfcJVSSTSffl uuuIdl.osav
foot laadacapod 14. this eta room .r Dl tree Also varioo other 2-710. C. R. Emerlck. Realtor. 610 bauth Realtor. 5613 I I .JIe. Has 4-room home. water vista and landscape small IF I I soPteIebemteR98
boat dock. 7 cleared TOO WANT a persBBB* boo *
fraU BeaotUal large j' Ave. Tele. 7348. acres part hi *
eomnletety furnished bouse will make Ue ante .anted.1 86SOO. 8051100.Realtor
oak trees land beach NORTHEAST SECTION bedroom Nice fIshing lake. bearing dim trees. Opposite across and Income see ibis .. frame -. --
yoa a oomfortabto horn Two acrtea- 111400. : lie balance S7S per fram bungalow hardwood nof SUBURBAN rooms and 32 X. Fine: 6651._ lake It a .nifeent horn. Only apartment boas ovtrtooatB ... 'i---

ell MrthM. tore* reams excellent totatloa. month Exclusive with lane lot wit plenty 'rt t, frame nice lot. paved street.Larte BELIEVE IT OR NOT! r 1800 ACRES 20 mile from Orlando. Ii 83000. Wm. O. Bencher. Broker Walking distance of t.... Frsre asS JTWCMtraJ

Prle ".000 with term 80 W. uer Realtor. Main bus. School Clon screened porch some fruit oa I fenced on paved road. running 28 .. WashIngton.NORTHwanTliew. location aneouaHed 8M 000 terma
Retst UoUst with 0. P. SWOP. I a NlbD 1 S shopping center $9750. tr.. Jone I bus line 2S blocks outside city. City I 1 offer a new modern 2-bedroom !'I water tll.50 per acre. Ask Asber i I Lola RoyaL Broker 2-0672. ftaojalt f to***

I Realtor.n East Pines phono 9812. I & 2-1.1. with U J Moss. Broker. 1 Main; lulls and water. Good value for concrete block residence en IO pretty I Peter. Realtor cor. Central and Main 2-bedroom I I
after aoun eall 24O80.CcisDRlAO I, phone <97.NORTT home or apec:1Lla'ion. 85SOO. Easy Orlando lake for 84950; $ cash. 2-0786. ma 57. Real Estate Eithancfd
home 20
and land .
4 Hew homo a dandy LAKE LANCASTER. Near Good SECTION-Just outside terms. Can Mr. Lrach with M. D. ISO per month. Ask Asher Peter. : sour acres t =-
I 860 ft. 1320 ft. In
i aa extra nice
6MOO: 82900 will aaadi room buBtatow. Bailey Realtor. 30 X. Church St. Realtor cor. Central and Main Sale I LAKE ,
CIt 2 bedroom frame bun- 54. Lots for FRONT-Lake Dense t otor
neighborhood and walking distance to .
Realty. nUTa. ted Main nicely famished with brnd l. fur ..10'ely asbestos sldlnt. tar Phone 4767.SUBURBAN. 1 0786. Sol 1 schools. Immediate possession 85800.Kartow 1H bath. 4 bedresac. 3110' *tt*>4 "- -: .

$ DCBSDREAD CZRCLX-:_ ROI'CII niture. Owner ra 10rt Priced ate. floor heater .tt1 81600 I 2 bedrooms sleeping I BEVERLT SHORES-Bulldint costs ; o. Fredrick. 118 K. Orange I front***. Exchange for eoaal vabse m

maaoary baaiatow. t* sell this Mor with I!, down Jones with U. 18.. Brokef. porch 1 acre of land. Chicken yard. I I are tower. Buy your homesit now i Dial 515*. Orlando area, or lieD-Ph. 98M : .. ..
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\ akoly faraiahod. Inchidint 3. P. Mattoi. 14S N. ""I 132 house. Concrete In this beautiful section coma build I 20 ot BmVo Nn uieI*
a.:1 50. I I 8 M.II: phone City water and electricity. Close to WELL LOCATED 9 room I I I acre* tood farm toad. I*)
: trk kttcstea. eompleU bath. LAKE Near Nice NORTHEAST SECTION Here Is a I Ira bus and school. Price 84675. Mr. Nan I block plastered. GIs. betel your new hams to suit. Walter W. off Cheney httbwty For seed Isle J.. I
lv screened perch exhaust faa. central PAV. ro I priced with Herman Goodwin lac Broker your chance to save 81000 on Your I lIme Investment CO. 49 N. Orange I 4-ROOM HOUSE with bath too fix- model ear Ph.fle2.oon. = U C 'me D
120x175
7I heat laundry with hot aad cold I I.aw. tat: lt buy I & me11 677 N. Orange 9855.SANATARIDU home. P. O Box 2561. Ave. Or win Manor office 335 II.i tares}. On paved road with electricity. I
i : ; I OWNER WILL aeu. It
room for only tar- or ma****
fi I lovely town toneoas shrub I UPal P 135. bracklt t.me. ea Orange Ave. I 84500. H cash. W. A. Me- II e te I tsin
tl bery. *te. Immediate potietiten If* and I J. Cdmu with t[ O. I Pced at only SECTION Owner HOME AND GROVE acres fun i LAKE Beautiful tot. 86 I Kenney. 4950 Cheney Bltbway; 2- cm Lake Cewaty reve Mr O*> S .. S or.
114.750. by BIO BEAR undo property Telephone 2-tv
a "Beauty." Piles reduced to $8-500 Msttax. N. 5. Ma b pnrf leaving town says tell hi* nice a- bearing Valencia trove. 5-room x347'. Can 20886. Sunday only. i 7114. I ? SPtNn
L torn term Cadmas wtth J. P. Uat f chaser tterlte sce'Ur. W.r room furnished house for only 87- house; gas and electricity. Paved I : HAVE 3-BEDROOM caoo>ra baa.alM
I 14* N. Uan., aaoa I'I'101I. LAKK VIEW Close ta. ecul. !i at once. : 000. Se this today. For other toed road. 811.000. Mr. Hines with Her- : CONCORD AND CATHCART CORNER WOULD TOU fuRl a good 6 room' in select tecUoa. W1B trade ea -
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Ihbrb. S bedroom bat' Street; after fn :0'm6c 8079. buys. C. U. Taylor Broker. 2516 8.. man Goodwin Inc. Broker 677 N. i -100 feet on Concord. 150 feet oa frame bungalow with 3 screened I smaller whit bone la Mr* iiiilaa
A CAST EUJE-duo *o. Two 9-room : P11 11.5. term Orange; 5644.SOUTHEASTAL. i I porches in a 3 acre bit bearing trove I Ii Or Income bearing colored
14 famished hcaet wtthia puking I I TD' ZUD Brkr. 349 N. Old!I I Orange; 9855._ Dolluis st.S : 430 Dotting St. I on a blab knoll overlooking Lake BosS 5-Star property.

Fl u dlatanc af Las Kola. 81500 each.wsth .. Wutn ,. NORTHEAST One rtory. city Omit I-room I BATH A MOST attractive 2-bed !I 100x140-8700 00. i i Olivia In OothaT Then are plenty I .
rii liberal term F. A. AUisoa.Realtor. Prk. t t rooms. 3 bedrooms sun : frame bungalow. 3 bedrooms. room home built of frame and conCrete I I Esther St. 100x140. Uy sign oa Iota. [of houses for chickens, rabbits etc TRADE WILL TS COCPX for ..e7I b-u' ci

ri 37 W. Washlnttoa.EOOEttATXR _. LAKZ DAVE SECTION Story I breskfsst nok oak floors. House fully furnished. Including dec- block Northeast section Excellent neighborhood Quick pos In mn cott... or boat. 0...
in the
I Price 80000. I .aM.
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: I bom*. 3 bedrooms Its bath*, oak lane 10. 11. trio refrigerator: has gas and city Phone 2.1759.OWBER .
lii UAJiOR a b.drooom central plant com j 4 Uoriarlty with Joe water. Immediate occupancy. Price. of tows with attached tarate and Lake Ivanhoe. 158x259. Think what I I session.J"Pba J. Moss. Broker.
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1 and flamed la 'leep nr perch: lam I I no' leU $16.000. W. Phone 8881.NORTHWEST $ Backett. Reftltor, stationary tubs. Nice hardwood floors. I'I a wonderful home could lie lUlL m s 6977. ,I WILL SELL or trade Mr

LI, BTiaa- room pUS fireplace, oak floor I I tlY. 1t. rr.e.. -. 2 1.117 's.tiyt; -Opponit* ACLRSDepot. I beautiful picture window House A on this much land and lacing Lake I FEW MILES from Orlando. New 2- Orlando horn or laume neon**.
1 Lano tot Pith good I Boke.41 t excellent condition grounds very Ivanhoe.- ilL Corner Ivanhoe Blvd bedroom residence partially fur modem sew Reuse *ad aeot totta**
chad and citru tne Complotelyfarauaed 5013. -Near school and bus. dial 7588. _ spacious with shade and shrubbery and Oakmount. 87.87800. ,i nished. Good garden land; equipped I la best section Wm It ISIS

I tacladiar Sola-Dry vaabla -I, LAKX FRONT-New 2-bedroom tC* this roomy IH-story frame residence I VIRGINIA DR. SECTION room Price $11.500 terms. Jamerson and : Orwin Uanor. Cavendish Reed.I '!i for poultry. 450 chickens tarkey Van modem k r1.

It I mafhhio Oood *oa aerrl** aadaetehaornood. roof bunt a tow. of the finest con often 5 bedrooms living r. and bath. Price. 86500 82500 down Carter Realtors. 70 X. Pine. CallA. I 886000. : ducks included at the price.. $ .. sonvtll Beach Owner 134* Afcoo .I
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M' IMM. 14000.on-i struction. Hardwood non De. lawn t djnint room kltben porch. I terms. C. C. Garletts. Broker. 912 M. T. Carter. 951$._, i South and Summerlin. 464 feet oa Terms. Ask Asher Peter. Realtor, cor. I SI comer VIrginIa PUT Otioad. L

I (. e&.a.qIiHL.aUon lit K.Roatwon runs down t J0 dot on lake Don't tarate. Lane IL unusually tow Mills: 2-1747.. block': South St. 313 on Sammerlia and I Central and Main: 20788.YOU'VE =
Pt : dial S-37U let roar see & and I at 810.500 terms. Weir System. 'I WINTER PARK-TIle roof. stucco MODERN 5-ROOM concrete I ran back to Lake Olive. Your oiler I J7-1. Brach PrwpTrtw
1c i Casement windows.Copper I I DREAMED of ,
j large want boy. 628 E Pine; 4641. for 88000. bungalow. New. I appreciated. owning a KOd-
4 tots
1 fl ILl? BXDE-Oapln. araetkaEy aew.U Courtney Realty. 392 N. Orant. ]I ORLANDO GARDEN ROAD 81000I David bungalow Andrews.oa Realtor. Winter Park screens. Price 86500. Ask for Frank Crebs. Realtor. 907 Uetcalf I cnn rambling ranch style bungalow -! BEACH FROST HOU1-Caaatfta-

I H U .. Jlicoly farolilMd. A-l I'I 2-J471. ,I down It buy 5 acre of ground 659. H-1086. Harold T. Condict. Realtor. I I Building; phone 21710._ of 3 bedrooms and 2 baths tile I construction 2 bKre m. 2 bee -
37 X Central: 6137. construction on bit lake. There ,
1 II ,% Loris ooraef tot Pith room I' LIE FRONT-Don't test this buy. with chicken bas S-room house; WINTER PARK Here i* a six-room CONCORD AVE:. W.-.50 ft. tot atWestmoreland a tart ttvln TPOOL ktuheo aba servant
9
It front
for addiuoaal aatta. Coarvaleat loeatloa. > I partly furnished. Block i all newly cntrcte. Immediate I home with ute roof and spacious NEW 5 room. bath furnished reasonable. S5OO. M J. Moss. are acres and on HIghway onarten and ear port aaPfooerty.

S Oftervd oomptoto at tlS.T0. hancalow. Must leU Formerly 1.,, possession. Ir. Buh with Sam garase on four tots priced far under I *. niL east Conway Circle. 'I Broker. 132 3. M ln: phone 6977. 17. There 1* ample room for cabin Completely fwratb4- DInE It 1.N4
t Ron a. Trre Realtor U W. Waaa- accepting hi.bt ofe. Hutchtns 409 8. 3-0583. replacement cost at 87450 Will takeas I Rt. 9 Box 823 B. Narcooae RU- DUBSDREAD COUNTRT CLUB or any other bnsine See oar sign '.. Aadenoa C a-.. Bic-
lection. on this property 9 mile north of
&agi.LS34.I 112 Sa Av*. New Seseads
once. Call Pecoraro. ammia
ro. low as 81.500 down payment. Lars tot tow ;
a* 8495. easy Maitlind.
$11.500. U. J.
term
0 'ter. Flo. Pbow aS. Nn Nn
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64 N. Court. ORWIN UANOR Lovely 4 bedroom Breen with O'Harra-Uoore 109 I
IID B. Peter terms. Pay monthly. Rave tot paid Mo**. Broker 132 8. Main: 'boDe
Cotonial- home den and lane porch finest 'I 511. Lake County Property BEicH.comajjtjiij-i1j.
LiSt alliE-.Coaiea>ct U E. Pine; phone 2-0836. for when building materials become 6977

a loU:* abop *a oapotlaliy Kbstaa LD SECTION 3-bedroom I, construction of tile; lifetime rf; all WINTER PARK-Lakefront home. 2 available. Property In this high class I I 1010. partially rwralobed hoao

L .L: tlal blork Room with toiy kiunen I with extra tot. Lifetime roof furnished including pl.D. 815.I paved EUSTIS. LAKE COUNTY-BeautIful I I section i* bound to Increase rapidly 400 ft. from beset Bargain lee MM

ILTI S bedroom tor** Heepu porch dia- kf1 landscaped Priced for Imme I '5.0 toed terms if dl; ask I : rooa.ay.r. : 3 miles i suburban home wood frame construction la value. Buy today this Ml*. 1250 cash sod balaac lamp .
I kai room. fleas room and tot front- sale at See Ur. Smith L A Bryant with Wil with basement with beatinafurnace I I Increase. We have tome.dbtOII A RARE OPPORTUNITYAn : thai r nt. ExclusIve 'lataac. PwkBVPher. soin ceep'

ta* oa two atrwta A realbr eicel- Henry Blrdl.17 Broker. 12 I b.m .ltr. 21 W. Washington across lake from large living room. 3 bedrooms. 2 bath rooms larte lot sell course. I Realtor. Coco B>aea. r 550. r
hi aral rate at 111,MO taatefaQy far Mali: 2-10. S 1101ORWI S1 Ideal for swimming boatlnt and tishIng. -. I and screened sleeping porch and sun I i Water light,hnan''II: available. estate of 29 wooded 19 of W8WTJUlABJAcH Uli* 2- S

I ftttbed Call 0 Ham-. Realtor.MO4. I Best of construction. 118.000.clyde parlor. Two car garage. One acre I Paved. Carritan & Boland. Owner I,I which are under fence. itt story. 2 bedroom bee,.: elaborately fataltaed -
UcKensie. Broker. 12 S. MatA lot with large shade trees and Carritsn bath Cypress home in an attractive
B Bldt4 672 N. Orange 2- ,
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ti 1 lot ; > Furnace beat clo** M. aid
St. 2-4775. shrubbery and 28 full bearing citrus 4551. evemnits. 2-2534.. setting amid tall tree*, with wind- 6itt
Is modem -t
I i dT a btock t* Frwco- LAKE ABAtE UANOR-Her a I | ing stream at door. Complete I, handy to beach. Frail uJ .
your
varieties. Just the I
SON In excellent nelxhbor- WINTER PARK-3-bedroom. dlniBt trees of various I I land. Fin _.
3.50dom fetal bUDalo. an ELIZABETH ST.-2 tots for only $!. I 1 sad in modem
.5 =
privacy. Lets than tight
mile from -1'
home for retirement to future comfirt .
J FB4 la toadscaprd purd.I exclusive Edte- ho h. three bedrooms two room. lIving room. 2 lane screened |I I 200. See us for tood lot values. Oeo. style: 810.500. Aataeay J. U a
I moving Oriand This i an unusual property
,Ea loJn 2-car tool and happlnesa. Owner toN *
and a sized I porches fireplace. tarate Brats Realty Co. Rocea. Owner 312 ".aafctaetoa SiNew he esewoes
Lara rsimi. a acreaod porcbea: 3 bedroom IUt rom II' 19 X. Central and be adapted ofI .;
B.lht T lyl house tots ot fruit Mexico. O. Henry Davis. Broker.Box I I may t* any one
off the house laundry I
I Ph. 23159.EDGEWAfER Smrrnft Brocb FSo stomeuss us
tiaofsliat Bartaia at 87890.ao kttl AU.chd .a.r I .
I aD bet I Gyrlo1 front of flowers shrubbery and shade. Closeto 986. Eustls Fla Phone 28OreenLAKE several uses. Price Is 817 000. For
I I
.**. CaB lea F Field wtth H. Ada l I ph. Furnishedor HEIGHTS 147-feet full particulars. Phone 9159. Stlmp- 'o.J .9.r '

F Bouad. Reaitot 14MI.KAST m. M. Orson. a. C a* fo sbowlnc.Hs3 sound leavIng masonry city and CD&tl lU $15,500.UcNuttHeasley. Owner. I II high unfurnished school and collete.very reasonable. I selection COUNTT of Quality-We have Homes a fine and frontage on Reading- Drive near I son-Statoa. Realtors. Uetcalf Bid. 58. Real EsUte %Vanttd 'bce S lBIt. --
I Lake
OMjjaa Btdd I 15 W. Johnston Henry. Broker. 6 W. Church Adair. An assessments in aDd'p.ld. 0 ., tee.p .:
Bros.. Realtor. 112 M. Rtr Business priced to sen. Tours for A i ACRES. homes oailmono aM a.
desirable
.ID&-Oom t* high *cbooLBaUlBl A.Ke. I plot in one of thecity's
Washington St. Ph. I5t$ 0 lee -
Grant : S PIOD. $101 I Service. W. J. Kistler Realtor. I 1 .ranL Barer walUar
3-hodro. fir*- A. Tell.L I best residential areas. Moderately ceseesat .
WINTER PARK-Near East Section j Tavares. Fla.SUBURBAN i I ; 39:1 N Or. .. ..
Rfftlty n asi W4"I
shill .. floor laBace.JIeI I I: completety I priced. Call owner, Uancel Lawrence 56. Business Property for Sale i -
bedrooms; j
off Businessand block 2
ORANGE Just Cement : '
atrteao4 eaatpteteiy furisbed. home AVE. small I II furnished comfortable home.Pleasant HOME overlooking Lake I I 4161. I TTTTTT I| ACREAGE to 20 oem for iNns LM8 QJU"
I Jr arat aad little FRONT-Uodera bungalow I.uol emo I FERN BBTMrr Must b* wHOSe It aNn -5 nsIse .
e neighborhood86800; 82600 Xustls. baths basement : CREEK PINEHURST LUStIEST STREET-Corner property .
I apart****!, ate famished. 814.500.Bteewa rr tot. Lane 1m. room with I able home.150"0.. 1m. tf..Bt! balance 833 per Kenneth j th3 furnace. Cr garcia withservant's I I> X150 high IIT dry. Near school with bungalow. Nicely furnishI of OrUado. .. ofttm. c. orvncleftred cons beeS .

I by appotatmeat Sal,. Baatptom nreplar TU. bath porch I Realtor Rb 6 I II down X. Wacker, rmllthZ. New I quarters above larte lot Suitable for home. apartment or I i. except refrtterator. 2 bedroom I Deal wIth bicker or cnn .-,. essa. s'me .

Bit***. IoU K Oraaao. 901J.BA4T facing lat. With tiled floor copper i OR'mE MOR SECTION I Ii England Ave. Winter Park phone overlooking like. Boating bathing I store. Bargain. Cash or terms. Will ,, and tlassed-in sleeping porch. Also. Ph. 121'7S.BUNGALOW All 5e4 .

::-3;BKlrtwm--arevartwet. sotro.- .. .t n Breezeway with i house wired 19 I and fishint. Fruit trees and beautiful I trade for car. Owner George King, cottate with 2 lane rooms kitchenette : US'fDlO&-4M sea- see a t'I .1 sorme.me.
for phone m yean shrubbery. Excellent neighborhood. HOI w. Washintton St. and bath. unfurnished Home besisees .. ale eus a.ebesles .'
M<*4 eny tnleft. Mo "a owner :I 01 UDue New 2-bedroom ___ I .e. eper4ee.sr.ves. ='
too f*. Mak. on r. 8SM r Jettenoa. 1. I A kitchen .n). 1.p I II WINTER PARK Beautiful Will suit the moat fastidious. Priced KALET AVE. Near Delaney end Income for 810500. C. R. Emer torn*. tad tot WWow Mriul ISele 1
py to use. Coon asphalt tile: house with attached tarate. risht. O. Henry Davis. Broker. P. I Lot Irk. Realtor. 610 N. Orante. 734$. to a* oa
I O od. Broker
iio.1Da= ;: A Lot. i i 8850; Ferris Dr_ 23 W dmr fc = t.ru
a M ft. loi. At- tomatle heater; electric stove; floors. Well built by owner. Box 988. Phone Eustia Fla.XU8TIS I I sewer walk payIng O
,&. fmralablaaa. (1900 dovaponaeat. I oil circulating. screened In 60x200 ft. Only $6500. terms. A. C. ; 8850; College Park. 75 ft. shade. APARTMENT BUILDINGS apartment OAS STATION-.= = be F* H. Fo M a SJmm-
MoM balaac "TRi Buy- LAKZ vtrw front bet I Golden. Broker. 1121 N. Orlando FUBURBAN 3-bedroom.i nice location; 81800 N. Femcreek I'I *. 10 tames completely fur- | dsy. One with so fttt

err ...* ___*. Realtor. U* This pc'Dp lGt*18.. Te. Ave.. (near UaHland underpass I fram horn on large wooded tot. i Corner. *90O Crystal Lake Iota. each' nished. 200x137. One snd two bedroom I property alae. Gordon Meal SM- M. -

B Cmttal AnNe 4237.DUELY Stately 2-ttory CoD house with I! Volllrk'with J. Kolar. Broker Winter Park. Open Sun. 'I Centrally located. Near Eustia oa ]i 81000 Sam Johnson Co.. 208 8. Main. apartment For complete details 'I 2S S Court: 2-4UI : 'y = Ar'

sr -._ frftrnotaeaaa. 1MuIIa1a. spacious lIving 4 room 2OS S. Main: '1.Dalc WINTER PARK-Lovely 3-bedroom j paved highway This home offen everything I LAiCURONTc1oaean on one of Or- I please can at office. Frank GRCVES-HOMES-ZCSISEM Lid sw
til bath mod- tltchea. screened porch dOWt.t. I home near Lake In the way of comfort and lando's well I '. Realtor. 507 Metcalf Bulldint. I
S bedroom ORANGE BLOSSOM block Iivint porch ;i kept lakes. Two 1$ ft. your property wide Mtrtwn
era hitches wnh etertrl* rrt *rator 3 Mm nd 3 bath east. 4 T1 SIldC b* easily converted Into convenience. Considerable citrus. ,, tots 13.000 each. Now or never. An APARTMENT-GUEST HOME This I altore. CJalDnlt Joists75. 1M. a.ac1

sad sos raa**. W* aao tilt key. bt Joer kltchea. 2-car .a..e screened-in rom D1 'uhe 3-room duplex for excellent Income. i Must be seen to be appreciated. Harry I I IE. I I seed lakefront tots will soon be tone. property consists of a cottage ia ,' '72 K Or Bt> Ar*. ._m.__ .. .

pwaor aO ,1UCIO. Slake w aa offer hb nicely tot. This a orc 8. Call Owner will sell on terms. Furnishedor Morse Co.. Realtors of EusUs.Fla. '' Call Ur. Stewart 9124 or 8443. with rear. 6 apartments and 3 guest GROVES Hocm. bartaoMtr priest. .-

PriM Creba. Realtor. Ml Uet- slope of Gt el1 larger 'r 1'bl 1.. B unfurnished. Robt. L. Pryd Real ._ Harold Shepherd Realty Co. 20 X. room With living quarters for own "'Btd If J" vats M HL cat

e f .> I"-, b0.c 21710.KAUIOit lakes. Well nceleDt.dtl w.01. 1. .it tor. 668 N. Orange: 2-4S96. 'I Washington St._ I er. Possible income from rentals 'a.. I bar IIn.n wftMta litterS
t Reasonably priced 14 Broke. 8 W'1 I Buy With Confidence-Deal WithPryde. 52. Groves for Sale LAKE: FRONT GROVI 83.000 or more per annum. It has R. Kase 'itt
(72 jr.
000 term ORLO VISTA S3OOO total pnc 3- .- on paved highI tone tot with to Orawr. a*, a.
a and within
garage
: In. ISIS-WeQ bum. I W bedroom frame bungalow. conveniences I way, 20 acre AH tone bearIng I OT90HO .
I A PARK- bedrooms. living BEAUTIFUL ISLAND Orance Grove tree and in a short driving distance of downtown .
with WINTER : good condition. This
: bear**** aom* hirIng room bus is
Realtor 118 Rob I
tld. atr Orlando. Price .
Hlctel1tarL E aD kitchen 35-acre bearing 850 Parson : a heavy 818.500. Mi.I I
dining room modern crave I producing
; nrvptoeo sad maaMb dining room HIgh trove. New Ir- .tt
CIDe ca. mont b'e f Browns. I Broker 677 N. Orante- 1185S.I >fZa WAKTZD-W. seed J sad
and 800 Valenclas. 600 Marsh rigation
2-3U furnace system.
with I
caR ooraer aaltt la china ctoaet.acrtiatd ly. Herman genie Windermer section I 4 bedroom borne fmraaked ,.
Inan' 1U or *-
( frost porch and enclosed win M. Orange; laundry. 100 shady tot. Cash or Seedless Grapefruit. 100 Tangerines. i For detail reform at to a see Louis 8. I APARTMENT COURT-Two Zbe4i i I fana' bPd. priced far dUt oalo.Jo n an a se'be liI'a
porch. FoMibiltty ot bom 9855.Ie 1 terms. Call at 360 Edinburgh Dr. Splendid elevation reached by built- I pollve. ,Broker; 27 W. Washintton. room bungalow 10-room duplex: ,' guei=
aorrtro ...
j 0. Rivers n W Wabtntton. >
mile from
road Just S paved ,
up
vtth tare* tat*. W* win lit clad t* ORWIN MANOR 3333 Pelham Road. Un. HenkeLWASHINGTON II;.". Price 82500000. 8. 8. SaY- LANCASTER PARK-Jl.tare'a AlIi- j'I I masonry tarat apartment construction.4 Ideally garage located.All Dial Ml or M3$.

nbmtt aav reaaoaabl aI'". Harlov tAXI Club For comfort plus pleasant living ST.dt Ofl>- ace Broker. 0.,.. Fl.. dentlal handiwork. Drive through This property priced for quick sale. I I
O Fredrick 1U M. Grant. dial lit*. nN-unU t.O see this 4-bedroom horn of burnt I Lane 3 rooms Lot 85s I end lee th" beautiful park. 100 ft. I
Tf, I ta Orl&sds.jzingsoo ." o new 140. Only Fred Garrels. Bro- CLOSE Grove oldtrees. plots 81700. u. j. I Price and terms see Louis P. DoUvt I' '
treat ** oa lakefront plot. Mftsonryeonstracted hollow tile. Completely furnished and : 1ral TO CITT- 9 acres Broker 132 Broker. 27 W. Washington 8412. i HOUSES WAWTED-W. kftr* *roo-
ker. 118 X. phone 8561. :8. Main
ready for occupancy. Price. 815.750.Courtney ; 5-room bungalow. Grove "-1 i : phone 6977.
3 bedroom 2 Bollywood I Sects for 2. J and 4bed.e.sohomes
ST. L-Praae fcuuato tiled baths. 2-car tarate. suspended Realty 392 N. Orange; i. ROOMS. AND BATH-Fin place I condition. 814.500. terms. LOTS For sale by owner 3 la Col- APARTMENT unit Just off of Ort ta coed toeaUon Cal W BNlchoIso IIUJo

cteaa a* a SOW .. extra basement 'team beatlnc. phone 22t1.PRCl. : car port; lot 74 x 150: old hade 6-acr trove, old tree .5-room bnntatow lese Park. 50x140 each. Reasonably Possession ante. 3 units completely fdmisbed. Realtor J-Ul It B. .. .. _
of
unfurnished
I 2bedroomapartment
tar** tm*>* room dialog room mod- U nn extra large : Completely furnished. 85500. Phone I Close to city $10.500. terms priced call E. i. We.de. 2-292O. Mata 8L .e
CPp IlmbD. bauU 387-U. Winter Park. 11 Buckeye Sam Johnson Co. 2O8 S. Mala.COMMERCIAL. '- 30 days. 813.250 terms.
kucaea with breakfact corner. 1
era AYL-Rear the school : "
: le. FRONT Lot 400 ft. on deep King Real Estate. 30 X. Church. 8439. soso Pts.d f"
lupIne sad sue floor rarnaco. bill..u 24 frl tree*. First Federal I to Collet Park; i Court Orlando. GROVE Lake Coun lake. If sold now price 819 per -Open Sunday.- HOUSE utrnm.. aefurue Itr at
mo I = ,
Ute bath. bidiiBBi with plenty ofclowt owner will take I shopping A frame bungalow 5-ROOM BUNGALOW-4-room front foot. Herman Goodwin. Nice rMidvatui *
u.111. d.UL ty. 215 acres of trove. 2 lakes. 3 Inc. otctMS. sear raa -
.. apMO. sLurRed carat*. Boa e.b for Malty. Oeo. B.Klttredt of six rot old but I lo tat la rear. Call owner at eot-I tenant houses irrigation system. Broker. 677 it.. Orange dial 9859 or CHURCH ST.. West-66 ft. front acnaUoa .. tebooL Call W. FSim .
... PrioR ReaUtw. Just West of Westmoreland. Call
.. .J this OB* M w* believe th 6660
Realtor cdU "250 WILL BUT 6 room barn equipment abed water tank. Aa eoat Betel
S. 2311L '
I
Ml MctcaU BatldiMi pRose 2- I low down payment..Total owner. Fottate. tel 6296. _
apt Corner lot. newly refinished.
1946-47 production LAKEFRONT LOT 85 feet 8OO8E Waaud ta Oriaaa ..
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1T10 record-Vale"clu.1 nB. *-
asking only UcNatt-
price
GUEST HOME iiPtrm
ir 1.5. : sonable Cash payment balance Ilk* j 34.890 boxes; '* Mill Street aDd 200 feet deep to -Easy walking distaocet vaeant. tftrac sad tftro n. Oa rrWOOO
I Heasley. Re.ltr 1 rent. Charlie Morgan Inc. 53 W. ;I II boxes: Pineapple oraitea. 12.480 Lake Emerald: paved street oa bus center of town 6 bedrooms cfttb. From _Br Jofca AJIIo8

JAM Ajo...ta thi. crovlac MbwV w* UAITLAND-Frontlnt on this & 10 I Church St. I boxes: Parson Browns. 19.200 boxes; I ttne nice oak .h.. and excellent plus owner's qaarten 816.900. Terms. 1243 :2* Hr.t Fark. Ma a.
? *r* oflertM a aew Mock bowo with trapefrait. 1500 boxes. This trove lala location. Price $ .. I Wilbur Strickland Broker 23 W.
residential lake baD 85500 EQUITY 2-bedroom bunta terms 3SO HOUSE 'an It Nnse taM
au ht! ella over ataeret floor for 11de perfect condition. Price include i cash and 825 Church: 6679. WANTED W* have oromvrt
the beauty of low. 1700 Ave. near Aloma.L. month. Frank Gordon. I for
'. eal, SS400. Tnet': are S room bath tree and shrubs this ramblint. PRICN SCHOOL SECTION Little. Ph. 35 or 122. Winter Park. I present estimated 80.000 t. 90.000 V4 K. CentraL j GUEST: HOME-A real banaia. Close U modern t and I-room boost ..At.a. ISse .
I Kreeaod .. All window hat I box-crop which Is I you Rouse to for sale MO Alice .
j sod buntalow. large living practically mad. LAU in. with 11 room and 2 baths. :rFom
2 bath home.
BARTON i .
1 a'aauMm ash and acreea ... raD.tI.3 krom.afford real I room Wit fireplace dinette. 2 bedrooms i 813.000 FURNISHED.' Claybauth.Realtor Price $280.000. Call Lou 8. DoUv. MIlls Road LOT. On Cannon 820.000 terms. Hampton. Broktr. 813 'M12.kiMo* ftlur. Ito H. Oraaao-
year- -100x540. 8ped.lIl1. in n-moe
at veil lapplleawftter. says this 41 super constructed Broker; 27 W. Washington I 82.000. lNneoNSO
i4 _tie oteetrt* nap screened ; dial 8412. 11 X. N. Orange. 5013. I -
1 KOcbea wired for rant. round Southern comfort and livlnt.Exclusive hardwood bat pr 6-room home choke furniture for dt'tatlt.GROftIO. Grant Ave. Aw17j j BOUES Orore*. acrtatf. a ad bABe eeaeseus .

I Steel, II' paecd. UeNatt-Beasley. listlnt. Shown by .Pllt I dows, attached arise. Lot has 'w I Ilrnle. fixtures landscaping with small LAKX LOT. 70x142. Sidewalks pave- GUEST HOME-Southeast to shopping- This ;,I **. U year of spf1ocwo. trio = he ..
i close
r Reftitara IS W. Wainmtua St. Phone meat H C. B.b Jr. R extra ono room cottage 1* top on menu palm citru Fairbanks all property quite property appraisals lag rrmavi .
Slot. e R T Ratr. 1 W. WIt proved.prc 10.0. th. ap. I list. Made date. 5613. acre fine bearlnt 3H Ohio. north to lake. L. H. Brown. district and has nle clean room ttoa. Baa A. Rattbla* Broktr, tot ,, L PMWmi
2 nan la. acres yoant trees; modern 3-bed- and new furniture. It yields an attractive :,
In. Haying G. Fed 1. Orante. CORNER RIO GRANDE and 39th room home; garage with laundry LAD FRONT LOTS-In Interlakei I return oa an Investment of { SOrause. 2-CM3. di.ause 1; 0 .

iVFP80M ST. Bmncalow nUt Dial 118 I St. 4 room house: and 3 corner room: storage room; chicken nous* SS.Ctt7 eon enience. R,. j I 816.500. Mr. Lyle with Herman i LISTINGS WAlTTO-CUrat Wftrt1 1 pleat See se nn ns.-
ta '41. Fram*. I bedroom Ills L FN-E"day a picnIc -It's Iret t live In Orlando.'* I lots Part or an. ReA nable. Owner. and run: on paved road: 6 miles Nydecter 10,. Co. 904) X. win Inc.. Broker. 677 N. Oraale;GoocI-I j lac. E. F. Siartoib lUatto/, 31 JE. oman Caaa cc 1M a

both air floor*, attached tar**.. t. fal. L"1 3bdm 1 BUNGALOW -ClOM In. Partly furnished ,from heart of city. 5.000 bos yield. Colonial Dr.; dial 506$. I I GUEST HOUSE- bedrooma. Pine 81.. Pbono XU1. sits,. end useplisi es Jt

4 aewty painted landscaped. 1 10.300 2-b.t About PA AVE W.YOI may not be able I nice condition. Large good variety. Price. $22.500 00 terms. LOT-Corner Plnecrest and Shin !: trally located. Newly decorated. LISTINGS WAXTEl>-._ grwee, sore at Is rues osi

term C B Dan Realtor. 104 B.Jefterftoa. &t. Ln.Maid's rooms. Golf Course but creened porch. 3 blocks to tores Ask for Paul Hardman with Martto 8tneta. 2 blocks from Vogue ". Fully furnished. Pried 817.900. term rental Let us help leo sell peer atoXatai at r

-lo41.._ 2 one- ar ac r.D .urr you can own this home next door t:churches and business. Immediate William Realtor. 21 West Wsshlnt- atn. OIJ124; ab.de trees assessment! Geo. H. Klttredt Son. Realtors. Property. Rail Bnw. ..a. ju M Crow >oMorINCOMX 50? J.aI

BJkLST BECTlun bedroom faraitb4. Very .ra.with aU city tU&c one. New frame buntalow. aDf possession. 87500. terms. Sam John- ton Street. Phone 8106. !In aDd p.ld. wand Utle. 11600. Pb 2-3176 Crime dial 5189. ii T .

I I Black. S4M. Chriamaa ce*. Lars bearing fruit eODnlD. nished ecp completely I ion Co. 208 8 Main.A 'Der. 2.4110.MAITLAIiD'Seversi. I GUEST HOME-Ideal location on t LOT WANTED-7S ''to 100 ft. treat I Nns Pa.I au .a.sd eemu _
I ''
I bal Estat telephone 2-4160. tnt. bathing and fishlnt. No Bt, tteheD b4m. tile bath and FINK NEIGHBORHOOD U open O acre tract with choice lake front West Colonial has been operated teed restricted -.. _. .see ns e

$ XIX BT.-Hear Oracle. Lart bonaalow. t* th*. if you pe 01 heater attached for your consideration. There are 30 acre bearing orange trove. 2-50 Iota la restricted neighborhood. r'] for overnight guests for the past few address Rente 2. Bo .. OrlftMdo. &a cc tee ses mpom.siRe. '

I S bataa. extra apartment. t at t moot of 121.000. tarate. P 11. ras I five lane rooms two porches double trees. .. Pineapples and Vateoclas. I Ideal location for ale homes tood years. 4 bedroom and 4-room garage "7. c.ause, RI. SW SOnset.

4-car vstseo. frmlt. ahade. KSOO.Lorwa b win o arrant term If* desired. Br your le' '0 gangs and ale yard. Price la all set in blocks. This grove neighbors. Can Mr. Cook at 3-2793 apartment. New roof. recently I ..

.: Dana. Broker a. M. Brown. Be Oeo. F. .Realty Co.. 19 E. Cb Realtor. 507 Meta 810.500. with terms. Better cash I.1 la beautiful condition and has ruaitland). O. P. Swop. Realtor 60 I redecorated Inside and out aad readyto LISTINGS WAKTEV-Wt Save awaitIng 11iUCin '.

..IJe., Central Av*. Building 2-110. price pOSSible. Call ONset Moore. good crop set oa trees. 4-room modern East Pine Street. f *o for Winter teason. Immediatepossession. list for desirable ..,. '- .a it

OLET 8CBOOL SCCnOK room PRINCETON ATE. .Is W.ZeevlngOrlando. Realtor. 109 E Pine: 2-0836. bungalow in nee repair. H..1 ORWIN MANOR-117 feet Nottin- Priced to sell quickly at ?"._Ron Kay Anderson, Brokor, M
PARK 3 choice
fmrateaod. framo. a tot*. 40 trait LNCS bome Must ten Immediately. 4- new tractor and iroVe equipment located ham Av*. Lots 3. 4. Part of $. Sit 000. only 8420O cash balance <5 oranic. e<2J. > sale Rareil Y. candles. ... .
Nicely
tree*. 1* abide tnea water heater. ad 1rle bedroom house. Pa or unfur oa paved road: 830.000 Block 20. Price $1850. L C. Arwood. 810O per month includinc .. _

or_*. FH. MZa > to 1130 pm. located. G ban &15.-. nlse ptent J property. FIN SPANISH 8TTLK home across term* F. A. Allison. Realtor 37 W. 119 Grime St. Coco and interest. See Ur. Little r\IICIP&lI
000. Sam 208 I
8) I Washington. 7613. old Shepherd Realty Co. 20 ESTA_ Nn
TI. fin golf course -setting. 811.500. .HNECREST and Shine corner tot hilton St. Phone 5124 NOTICE-Prlco it to lieU (ad caB sa feum
LrR-rvczY ". 1993. winter LUCERNE SRDu bunn PA LAKX SECTION-very attrac Orlando-Winter Park section. 4-room GROVE-4O acre all set 845000 90x124. 2 blocks from Vogue Theft- ClI'HIIb. Rta1av. MU same aid property aid H't aa **ii>tsnM o>
Fark. wen built S room hem low oa t 2-bedroom prewar cypress house. 100 ft. feoced-la lot. Fruit. financed till 53. Good section. ten nice ahade. An assessments paid. GUEST BOMB-With 8300 month in- I ring ._ 23. BortBotry 9 room aaaoo. eoovabjui*
with a bedroom and sleeping porch a of town. Fully famished even buntalow. Insulated attic. Wen worth and shade. 84250 11.000 will handle. Ian troves. Buy thru Claybanth. $1600. Phone Owner. 34110.PALMTKRRACZBeautiful. cone. Near business OCR sad a*** faraHnsd 14 actw at lead
PROSPECTS
mnly shaded tot with palm tree*, t to Jln and dishe Quick deliveryfor the ".0. dulY with D New 5-room home started on nice Realtor. 5413.INDL'.N I t stantlftUy constructed "tracttreI7l borne and are looking for la an. 3 la trov 8m t* ttJOB bewawewwM
pr building Income
Key with C. W. tarnished. First time property. Waat I tactaded. wttb I tits breed-
j| b* son
15. Wa 81250.
beefIng frEt tree email tardea and 2-74 sacrificed at
tot. Equity site lake have
N. Orange 2- Re.lr. RTVER-Hamlin trove. 10 : view and lake fronts. leaving city. your Clyde MeKpDGe. Broker,
Price for .
tieR pool. Tho street ta paved city R.lt. PRINCETON SCHOOL SECTION- Let a* help you pick your home,at acres. Bambns and Loujlmtont 10 I Attractive prices. Carl Tetder Develcper. 818.000. Half cab Ur. Busch atck sale: I 12 8. MaIn.. Phone -'. era. 2 Jersey cove. 1 a asCaer bees

sad school bate on* block away Nice 2-bedroom hoe your price and location. yean old. 816.500 terma. C. B 31 N. Orange; 20442.ROUTE Sam with ___ I tractor asS ail accessary lame eq.
let Hutcbin 409 S. J
LAX FRONT Suburban. W Orante. 20583. meal Leaadry boa** asS tool hows.
...1'7 aad grocery store 4 1.8 and back X. F. Slayton. Realtor 32 X. Pine; Realtor. 104 E. Jefferson 3-1649.
block Owner win redecorate melds cash reunited for possession. I rltbt In for 81500 1r 665L. NO. 19-Fine tot with food I GUEST HOME-Very close in. moat SALES LISTINGS WANTED- Rome Land aO awder fac Brottor sale already

sod out soil week but Till tell beforehand 3 bedroom concrete block borne.Uorttate price only 85300. 'Call do.1 r phone shade and excellent son with all excellent location. Beaatlfal (roTC*. f arm*, and lot*. Tn nay etMUhed. Price eaSy 813.O '.
Hid* Sand conveniences-reduced to 8700. UoKelvey > I grounds. A lovely home completely depend on tnt u1IIrIe1lCt for cornet See Ray Laaa wttb Joe 0 Uteri,
hi N.
far M7SO. Tn boas T s. 12. 'tt with P. Realtor 672 I'
_. w* hat the key and happy bc hcDt value. Len- I H OI.Dd Bldf phone Unusual LAD co"-60 acres. 1560 fine 64 K. CentraL Realty 1 furnished wtth ale income. 825 000_ handling of wninc details oar _rt. Realtor. 29 w. Waahtatvaa. Dial 66.

to abow. Barlow O. Fredrick. 111 H.Oraa w Jo Uyera. Realtor. 663$. 2-4551. A REAL DREAM HOUSE- producinc tree*. 488 2-year-olds SHERIDAN BLVD.-90x150. Nlc i Aa excellent piece of property. Jam- else loan Increase oar selling pover <
design on large tot. 2 bedrooms.New all oranges. Situated la sweetest neighborhood: 8800 U told at one. erson alters. 70 X. McNott-Heailey, Realtor 14 w
dial Ilia.Ha ICE CREAM FLA.TT al
well-built 3- and every I Y.dA J tta Washington --CWRpteto:
St.
REMtcU.e. block construction trov section. Offered for Immediatesale Owner call 8042. Pine. c T. 9518. I I ,
LAKE concrete urn
Orlando. ADAIR-3-bedruorn. Frwaer.
ta lire ta or port S aardaBC
treat In tip-top Interest 7e1Io -
other detail which will at only (24750 Trad with '
block. tile bat screen condition. Large I. bab with nice ahade. furnishings are out ot this Swftld. Realtor, "Speeiftlizlnt WINTER PARK Oak Knowleo- I GUEST BOMX -Close in. 2-story ________ boze*, 2 serving box** Mesa
JUAKB FROMT Nearly new whlto porch tame. VenetIan awnlags. and fruit trees. Spacious The Include aa all-electric LoG<:" 143 N. Main- Temple Dm section). Prospective frame .residence. 20 rooms and I I WE NEED YOUR HOij'jj. I terOtxer. etc lie reeeengl cues JI
world and ;
J Call is-.W, :
tram hooao. LUetim roof. Completely inl.UI IDmap 1221 ab and laundry. Good neighborhood 81800 kitchen. A price that will Interest 2-1464. home builders should see I baths. 3 blocks from th* bean and dial W11 IOIIIt lei IL Mo.- rrfwed. Uf If Oraa..
: 7323.
electrtokttcneat b Lake these choice Whiter Park tots a* low town oa bIg corner needs repair. LAUNDRT meal
famished; ale Jloro. To and convenient bus. stores Good terms. Can Oeone 1 -Modem. ir f >
100 % 0 L & you. aa $295. 1/3 down balance la sash $17.500. terma. I WE >
M. J. HATE
relrUerator. Tenetlaa 10..0. tD and school. Owner leave says Painter with Asher Peter. Realtor. I Moss. Broker. BUYERS vaaOnc nrm ... well YftIIflate4 sad Rsk444. C
lamndry tub Attached $2750 fo ri'U.1 monthly payments. Utilities available. 132 8. Main; phone 6977. business properue and Tat Experienced Ocatllo
blInd laaadrymaa
IU'JSk2U make ofe. Immediate OP.D.Huckll"ta. 70 E. Central: 2-0786. ,LAKE COUNTY-38 lake front took win t I eaa i
ate ft. lot. 6) ft. la luke. Inspection ofc MercedesAvenue. acres A satisfy. Carritan Immediate sale list with F. A. A> double pcesent,53O9 week addkM
Gabel Co. Rat 18 R BUNGALOW-Prame. Residential lo trove; tood mixed varieties mostly Bcland. Ine- Owner Carritan Bid*, I Uwa Realtor. I n'L
I $$u00. terma. Weir Byttem. $2a X. ConV"cUn HOTEL In desirable city of Central 37 W. WaiUoftoa. truck. Debt tree. .1* Oood
Phone 4073-8383. IDID 2-34. cation. 2 bedrooms: steeping porch 29 yean old: 1320 oa lake: ,very 673 N. Orange: 2-4551. Florida. TO"BUT fiabID. Good
Phil; 4M1. Of brick construction it WANTED -10-20 year araaad ....
,.4 homo. LAKE Aa SUBURBAN-New 2-bedroom laD,,rUl,, Lot nicely shrubbed Shsde. warm tpot. Also- cottage usable for 100 FT. BUSINESS LOT oa K. Robinson baa 40 rooms. 1946 gross Income was first-das bearing iro.. Give acne T ell' 117.500 cash ec half CII ".. Rn _j
LAKE FRONT- -room $- creUact. ClHeu. GPIr low. Lot. Lake view. Ask
the l0l Bas variety of fruit. Price 86500. horn. An Ideal set-up for some one. at Bumby. 2400. BtripUnc approximately 816.000. Sale detain la first letter F. & 201. En GainPta..
kf 300 ft. toko gr.te.. liaSOO. > &Q'7 o.
!"J Hermes 00ecI.. Inc. Broker fin home o lazt. bed- 81000 do.1. Estate. Court for Mr. Rumbauth with Fred L. Ball Price reduced to $32.500: term Mr. with U. J. .. Broker 132 8.Main 856.900 and cash payment at rleel Realtor. Carrisaa Bide. '73 M. Or- LAKE FRONT-OROTE ChielTa 1.
Park.
Winter 3.
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Ave. with P.
:: In 55. Oriole; M or 6660.LOCKHART roco*. two baths. Handsome 2-fttory Gardnlr 2481.SN 2 B Broker 342.150 Park Tltner.Mattox. trove 143 N.specialist Main; 9809. : phone C977. SIC.OOO can be arranged. See brief .nce: dial 2-43S1. !I Raach. ate1M4 ,... 7- j
restdenee. phone
Property at office
:. 4-room dweOlna. 1Gnl aoun 100 FT. ON OCEAN-South of of McNatt-HeasIey. Realtors WANTED-MarkeUblo roem. 3-bedroom boas. all modem
Deed property w
income PICK THIS. Like a needle la a bay 125 ACRES of Central Florida's fin 19 W. Washington St. Phone *
9108.
of.r o ler
Ave. 845 per front ft. I give convenience
repair Oa bus Una. 3 Dice Iota. asrrrsilT lalenaaiubiB. T. approximately 20 t
1.; act way back on aitotnlnttot. 1321 WEST-Collet* Park atack. 7-room buntalow. lanetarate I est Lane producing tree K
trove. : soxeo
Real Estat
Ur. Lane with Herman Goodwin Coronad Branch.--I RMUan. Realtor. 62), z. Ccatral mixed ettna. ehackea Reuses
Inf. Price entire 00. 2-bedroom home bed .
property 137 Can
Broker m N. Orance: 98U. -Pewu I with storage. 810.500. with 35.000 box crop set. Good vsrietle Smyrna Beach.EXCZLUNrLAEZ. INCOME PROPERTY ODe block (Arcade): 4237. !I and ". 3 acre 81200 Owner mop
Phone S1S9 for appointment Linen closet some _
t m eDdlil bay furnished. Left to with Ctoybauth. -, and perfect cold protection. : I from Orange-Ave. on a large corner lak* lea fw cash caB Gould with
LAKE spect. Audrey Plttman etc. Dinettekitchenwith FRONT 20 ACRJ GROVE wanted for
DAVIS VIEW 3-e client
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drooB
.lt Uen t..ei Realtor. 5113.BEST Price. $1.200 per acre. Csvenaugh.Realtors. tot we beet a 26-room. I Johnston Henry
fram*. Mico oadlUoa. 17500. Well aon-Staion.3Jtm-sif_ Screenedbreezeway. close '. Only 81450 on terms. I two-story Berman Ooodvta Ine Broker m i Broker. S W
fmrnlshed. &:. Owner teaTint.Mn B. "am D&. lot nicely BUY la city tile roof, eor- 4308.CONTACT B. F. Boland Realtor. Carritan Bldt frame baildint. A toed Investment K. Crane I8SJ or 8660. church-8t PRose 6945
LONOWOOD WeU built s net 2-ttory. 3-bedroom. den. all C. D. DAVIS for trove 672 N. Orante: 2-455L for someone that can spend some MOUNT DORA.:
do with shrubbery Lake
u basinesa. Htntoo. BealUr. FOR UOICDIATaf ceeatt-ng
I h. Screened phe wie J 1.11 .p. hardwood floors. Double tarate.maid's In the famous Indian River district. : money for improvement Present Income RJSt11rs-LIaS Stor and -
furnished and LOT AND SMALL
190 B 5132.LiRT.JirLahed 2bedroomaad Sammie- Francisco.. Realtor. C JoIo.ratl1 occupancy. Price reducedto room. Date Inspection. 815- 104 X. Jefferson. 2-1649. Orb Vista. Any o reasonable. 10 114'offer ta 8229 of 8500.00 00 month.month.shouM To have Income yOU. Realtor property n with*Oeo.Central H. Rita.ledge. AWl. I low tOe d"I. I
settle
89.500 Barlow Q. Fredrick. 118 N.Orante. 000. Claybauth._Realtor. 8613. .c epte4. Inquire 38th and Hashvllle. estate it U Phone 2-3171. stories wish two apt a* atasn.
sleepIng porch. 84290. for and priced at
Arcade. 7407. price 817.900
CDU 53 Acreage for Sale with ptoM stock of drm.
this 'M .
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Dial bill Buy
i Tile eo.j
DOWN TOWN. term .
For
1 rooms and bath a ioU and house trs. In& full detail can Peter I I[ HAVE CASH CLIENT for nDClr7'I&or. Mew Soda ..
araiw. a&ooo. can M>. Mowny with -If* lat t I Orlando. Instead of house. Extra lot. I BUILDING LOTS-Select your hom- Erect with OUarra-Moon, 109 X. Where sandwiches and beetran bsbed ** mr
show 10 lake front I baataes
furnished BARTON LAKX- acre cash .
LNCA Good value. 4 units oa basic oat t
8COM Flne *
Klnt Real Estate. 30 E. Charch. 8434. taratas. aite now la the attractive Dub phone 20838. be served Hampton. Broker 331'ii. '
ropea Sunday.LAJICA8TXB .- t 2er I concrete ; 829.000. CIa bau.ta. Real tract 81250 U. J. Moss. Broker. dread Country dub section. Lou Ills so= After
net PoPf. Oorteous lk fw. f SBt'.Wo.r blk dlpl.s bo tor. $613.UTATEWos. 132 S Main: phone 977. *i e*. Close to school hue and laan t Grant 5013. to the -- waste : : .

PARK SXCTION.-flicely abl. To 1 The $ I show place CONWAY SECTION acre good store Priced: reasonably. Cash BUYERS WAllING for MWU1W* .5 f.,. Some 1ra 10 riseS .m .
individual or
I: S-bedroom house 1* a* .a .caU. In thecointry. Pr1 flt selling mODt citrus land, traded road: electricIty terms. Jane Bros.. 235 N. Uaia ''. INDUSTRIAL SITE Just away from ably priced. Let a* eU yowa. 0. Meaty Duels. .
I oa Perfect condition. Cal : I r'1"II
tteetrte bitches taO attached Carat room. I Dta % pnel. ta city.' to city tax**. 800 ft. of railway and Whit Bros824 N. MUlr. 2-1. 'I Phone 25. e' .
reduced
wt ma. halt cash. Asber still have : Insured title. Price
tarac A 16. 'Ak Pete.I sell high price tots and TWO LOTS FOR SALE--50x190 ft. highway frentat Ideal -
810.900. for
Til and manafactmrtng :LISTINGS '
Klnt Real Xstat. lath. P. 110.0 I Rat. cor. and MimI a distinctive home none like It la city 150 acre cash or terms. Ur Tit aer, each. Arlington St. Perfect title basines WANTED oroves, aoata .
X.
Charch. with la and wsrehoase '
$435. 'Op.s 8and.." 3 cisco Realtor; eajh.room Smi P.t 0'1 ,cheap Cash only. ConfIdentiaL Date with J. P. Mattox. 143 N. Main: 5809. and absuaet. Both .for $500. Call The entire tract only 819.000. lea I :IO4Z.seder Jefferson...000. C. B. Davis Realtor .ml Neftra. with sales Spree Is .

I Cn'nl .I ta show. 561X That Claybauth. CROSS STAn-mGRWAY-Clost In. 6348.__I IlL until 4 pm. has 829 2-1849. i .a1ta il <
LANCASTER (Eat oi>-Hewbungalow. i Cftde: 7407.LAKX SU O"Dr I.YI Ju per front foot Louis Geelia. *- bold a. leta.iliwt ,
PA Realtor. I 14 1w acres. 2 ta producing trov Realtor i. see'eeeep Is
NEW SUBDIVISION-Lane 143
2- Iota. y. Mala 2i4$4Lair. .
89 i lobber
I I and
cotutracUoa. 3 I FRONT-Beautiful WE HAVX TEl nu Ira_
Fa 1100 feet frontage liveable house I FROSPICT5. hesswqsi4
,Mdrooa to, garage oa corner plot. YOU'VE DREAMED of owning a mod- per month. Bus and electricity u. two:
kitchen plenty bungalow, Lane well with COlet1 electric good proposition for A. have the property. Us it :: .. or
caameta. famished rambling ranch style bungalow I pump sahler RU 2 Box 321C. Orlando. i with usOTs2.4I9trldo. wr
Oarac hear bo starts.i .tmat era
i IUM Urn*. Sam Johnson aa, 208 8 tot lid with city Ideal bat.and.bcl.c17 Just conveniences. I heater ra. aD. P. Shumway. Real- of 3 bedroomS and 2 baths titoconstruction I Johnston business and Henry.home Broker.subdivision.S W. 'I Fla. XOLA-2-apartment bom One M. Realtes tel I and sbaty It bs."p .

I on a bit lake. There BEAUTIFUL LAU of the nicest I etles so .
FRONT .
Win give trsde LOT we have and. priced Buy With I5rTial
f tAXEFRONT: ramnlln fin- smaller horn la tll. lo*.. tor. 140 N. Grant*; 2-32 t an 5 acre and It front on Hlihway church St. Ph. 6545. t 100 f- frontage: 400 ft. deep. right. Mr. Boerstln- with Henry Pryde-" CoDfl4I I -.. .

proof 4 .. BeaaUfui Brokers. 824 N. Mills. Wl. SOUTHEAST-5-room frame cottage I 17. Thero Is ample room for cabins I EAST-10 mCes. 40 acres partly Partly landscaped restricted. Priced: Berch.Brker. 12 a Mam. 2-1090. I I I le1,1detate in Itos .. *i*
troaBd food I not yet complete but with three or any other business. See our sign cleared; email buUdint. 81200 Howird. below> "arket. c. B. Davis. Realtor. MAIN I .. t
at HIGHWAT
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; doa lakn.r LAKE V-blml Near bus. lots a for 82.200. Can en this property S man north of Broker: 306 N. Main 7329 104 X Jefferson 2-1649. -600 ft. frontal I LISTINGS WA.'fTm-w. hn. I
can bo et bnan Price
M.le f.r stare .D lake a Uorskl O'Bana."or. Msltltnd 821.900. terma. U. J. Moss FRONT with boat 85000. Lane with Hermaa ea' T.IfC have the propty. I
LAD acres LOTS
I -*400 and up. Near Goodwin. IB.. !
new school Broker. .
677 .
132. B frame Corner tot. 100x140. OrI I A
109 K. Ptae phone6977. r. tsi a
Main
132 6 : Jsmg
H. B. Whoelrr r" R.nol' Broker. dock on Ian lake. Good fishing I 011 Oregon
.10 la Bh aDd Fern Crftk. Phone 'nte: 9859.RAILROAD. >! I Carter Mali aM MOToR COGaY NesS .
C..trat. .
Realty Co. 100. in A BARGAIN: -Sacrifiein for outoftown I ramp. RIPe for development. SUM. enter. 2.0925. i .
aMae7 .
2 a LAXJt 'DOT SECTION OapkxT4roar corner l. porch. A real new horn and apartment: surrounded rooms and bath 2 lane bedrOO.5.ScIlial Church St. PII.5543._ I HOMESITE -Bay your tot whole th* approximately 120 ft. With 10 to serve yea. A. T Davis.$ i ,. la. f:,

each nicely t El** Home. $ termo.Klttinger citrus tree and ale of labor and materlair. I selection is still good. driveway, to Mm Street. Prlco I t4 Breker. 33 8. W...
by for cost Pbeee -
LAD FRONT-100 acre on pavtntdjolnin Roxbary Road 132$. I Iw ..
trio rotrUerattoa.
tot
Mesh W. 2- comer 70x191 with I 500. Lladbert ft.1 ; ,
Also bnUdlnt house- mia. bus service; near Broker. Ill N. ilh
Ir tone .
location Home sod i_. t Cn shrubbery. 4950. 30 Forest City College for t lake .rtUetr. I'$ St. 3-08IS. O : j .
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block
term Sam Johnaoa Co., 300 8. M. 04.WA2 Inc 2-car tarsi work shop and storace. Kale School Oowen St. 1 allotment sn.000. UrCorkle. 128 Ban Jefferson S tree V-Oj 139. Bear th* bedroom oa and Bear lake in :1IWJI
bedroom U ba 7Vh acre land divided Into tots. northwest of Bumby and Michigan. I Ave. Jamestown. N. T_ Main Garden $950. SOUTH 8T. 426 X. S Winter Park tad I Uatttaa.
8CTION-Lsvlow. A floors Furnished-821. or 8204)00) 00 unfurnished. See H. Yolftnd. Apt. 2. 2019 W. Lancaster I buIlding completely fumioned. In- ,Silting. Mrs. O'-'a .a'iJiiiiiii".
Uct 1. Park-lOOIl13 BenteL
bodroom tile kitchen: kltchea equipment Se Frank Bar with Bet- Washington St. I ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL ; Restricted. ram 81.680 j 2I'TJI. Winbout. I Web .
tarts m in excellent land 28Ox1>'. 10 cs-I Fruit and shade tree*. 817OO. 00 per year. Cash reI I .
attached Some oa braatlfolly land- cluded facing south O nicety tel Investment Co. 29 W. Washintton WOULD YOU LIKE a home on .1 tiful oak trees and some citrus. Lancaster Drive-Beautiful lake view I nired 8519108 balance payable iAVE BUiER for .. .reNnRin .

_p nr. lot LaU prlTBrtes. ta Plot 252 oa Sandspur St. Phone 8513. fine lake? I have a 1 room be bandied with 82800 cash and balance I lot 75x135. A bargain at 82290. monthly. Price $14.500. Frank Cribs famjshed a or'bednoai i' un.et ZseeeM apes J
110000 with ?
excellent 3 of'Ualtland house. 100 ft. frontage on fin. Lake Lancaster Realtor, 807 Uetcalt -'. ItUI SI
Rd ot 8320O at 82O per Booth to 90 feet with rtparlaa Building; phone feaa
BUel with 1MU I t. 1II. ** sns. ,.,
Can Brock .
term Realtors Chenaalt 172 K.Orsme J. Moss Broker 132 SOUTHWEST SECTION Hero Is a B- and hard road close to Forest Lake Oct. 1. and then balance at ItO rltbta. 84500. Rex-Mcom. I :1-171' ;s ..? w Mdcalf' os tp

JeaalBvft.7234.LjUtS J : 8 h Phong <17.WAlDV bedroom horn aol quit completed Academy School. Inquire J. Fred monthly. UcKelvey 64 X. Central. II 128 N. Orange AV* Phone 4147. STORE BUILDING with apartment i ALL; sot J
: PARK I but livable. A tood bay Let oa* who Rick*. 101 East Par Ave. Orlando.Fla. Realty. i ioa CLATBAUOH. PDQ Bayer vt .aa-w. Ill Wte
FRONT Oood tocation. Walk- U. want to finish to his ._ taste. 82.750. .- a floors. Income $1 80 00 per | want 3 or .If Part. L..
i SS. :
ecrecne Country bom.e,
830 ACRES excellent flat PropertyforS.s.le rear. Offered for J
woods pas- I 822JOO. half cash : =
i Sirinee'.
dtitaaco of shopping district. lastly financed. "Speak l located. ; -
ins 3-bedroom furnished '
aatomatle hot water heater. alS BY OWNER-Two tare near Kissimmee. Price $ A sound investment. Prank Creba i Msega -."WoOL l
tot. I' ]alellr. toeslL*
lArge suitable 'cel" Sptetel Co.Realtors. __
4' t fo ..hardwood floors. L *11 ft. Whitney homes. 250 ft. highwayfrontate. per acre. NearT>'aU fenced. Nelson Realtor. 907 Metcalf RoUsing; phone -
17. 'U.O. Mr. Only .45. tn A Gl ._70* Uetcalf Bids. 2-3269. over ? acre. Nice beaM Realty Men. Kiaslnunee Fla.aTTCNTION BIG LAU CONWAY SECTION' ..5- 1-1710. I''I K>S-CU b*.. Realtor. eaffiaa; far RIHnofiAsjc sd -

pith .1 Broker 111 1. Av*. .e SOUTHEAST SECTION Most w* and Income. Bevels prtoe. Can Winter CXLXRT grew.il--Ari room bungalow. 2 lane airy bedrooms SERVICE STATION Downtown 2-s&or7 home Fhoao S8UL6tt. .at$8I. Bet -
an I. o I. JatD I Winter Pa hav seen tor the price of 88.900U Fark 8-4493. electric kitchen lane screen.Id locattoa. J near lease $55 ;
wonderful 'i
you Interested In growing the latC a bay at 839OO.
; f- .. FurnIshed om- ( 8n4. New 2-bedroom frame bungalow. NEW 2-BEDROOM HOUSE-Lan* finest meat profitable celery porch. 100 n. tot. tarate and car fee Van Rosen with Oyd UeKaosl. Buslnesa Opportunities l l8Ur 150081 Ma.a IIns.sd.in
'. word ta a horn*. NORTH SIETo can buy this 2 Large rooms. Well built by a man tots water and electricity. Near that can bo produced in Florida Investigate port. 20 ton bearing fruit tree. Broker. 12 8. Main; 2-471. II'I Mlilt make is use _

,I Mracr. lltxUe. Price. '1. fo 1.4. who knows hew. Terms arranged itdesired. bus and store. (283900 cash term Stark't Ferry Farm la the AU lake privilege Will Mil with or LUTO COiJR' C.Rnc*, Cafn.oa r-. Men9'1. Gordwi IL
b 8
1 t1*a*. balance ota.80 It 4 Walter R Inf. Be Oeo. F. Brass Realty Co. or trade. Owner Go*. Kfax. 1401 W. ramoaa Wemdale late celery district without furniture immediate posses- TOURIST COURT LOCATION_ Oa Station. Motels. R.eezte. 11Sbooa.

E 4, money. Riper .Scatty church went Co. 49 N. Oranse O 19 E. Central Av*. Washington St. This farm of 864 acre of mack land siea. Hartow Fredrick. Broker 118 m Bwy.hitbway'- Over 284 ft. trtntat *. New 73-pat tHa*. I i I '''
with
aad ItatmLABTK '.K' _ W.Dr office 3 N. Orant Af. SOUTHEAST SECTION 2 bedroom ATTENTION doctors dentists New. completely equipped drained and irricated N. Orange Dial 8188. dIrt road. Can b* told over to 200 part ft.ar oa ta I My saving Business Cataioc. .. .

3 bedroom NORTH frame; 3 bedrooms sad den. taraae. fruit nicely landscaped. modernistic. S tan rooms. Garaco. Is BOW offered for sal or .hot*. Priced tow for quick ... ribe* over lOt wuutaadmt tt II. M. .__ i
DAn street dee to ; built la tab 1t shower Completely furnished. Only Oa X. Colonial. Just right for ml rice eat. Price 8279 per acre easy term COUNTRY PROPERTY "Siaca 1916" Terma. A. C. Golden. Broker is st 1 f. tlsr &z I I IIr .
Nualw S.pn -.M.mJ& plenty closet $10-500. UtKenziCv Broker. 12 ad horn 813.500. Howard. Broker. 1 1121 .
Mac* lOu Clyde Write Box 28. wrtradato. Fla. or Ask Asher Peter. Realtor. -Ho It. Orlando Ave.. near Maltlaad 31. W'niat .

t 'W' al.IU I Ptsou414._ 81.500. cash._- -needed.- Owner. 16 8. Main 2-4 77S. 306 N. Mala 7329 phone Leetburt 2602. probably knew*.** Central and Mala. terpa***. Winter Park., Open SIlL iiI I Dr. 7.0. iou W3. OrIsame ;.,.;W1


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62._ Leans Up to $300 66. Sales Help Wanted_ 73 Auto Service ,'5 Used Can for Sale '8 Trailers-Trucks for Sale_ Jrrntiiul-S'tir

' ORANGE AV- "NORTH Small no- Bug
ten stor wtth Jivins *uartera. SALESLADIES-Two: can on people AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Experienced MERCURY-1940 sedan. Win trade TRUCK-19 It van type trailer body. FLORIDA "WORLD'S LARGESTDEALER"
mall tock of tr crte*. sealereash MODERN LOU SERVICE By one la retards t*metal awaiasa. Should mechanics; prompt HnK' for lit model pick up truck. 120. Was D. 8. radar. Cost 1. Detachable I I OR.

reclster. relrictrator. electric soft have car. Salary 125 week plus co_ good ak pan West Pine Street. OoDy. Tlmkea Air S.JN 2. 1947, Page 15 FOR SPECIAL .-

I rink .. PrIce $1 SO. of Florida's oldest and moot ell- mission and gas allowance. Boa 78 Ue IDe 2 W. Cea. NASH-1932 4-door acdaa. Good tires. brakes. Insulated met body. Baits75c120 'J I -
. .1th Mr. Folsom with H.roW Ship! S-8 ar. Good A-I mechanical tires. .. SS50eash. < '
t berd Rtalt7 CO. 20 *. Washtnlt.olat "erienced small loan and finance 2313.ACOBR JOBS and wheel tlont b. after 11 ca. Prank P. l\ct phon 2701 76. Trner Treb for Sale REDUCED PRICES j
$t. Phone 6124.i SALESMAN Good pay no invest 2-11 1 Ea R. S.
_pal11. Private, offices. Confidential ment. Past selling necessities to service. Wei NASH-1934 LFantt .a S good Ga" Pa.I I I ItO CASH needed to bar a new orused EVANSt
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i ORANGE AVI H. SECTION Oreerr *- store filling stations hotels and balanced while O wat. A tires p.lW Price. 8150. TRAILERS New 'aad used. 1947 bout trailer from FrankReed.
and meat market. FURY e uip- linteL No delay. Terms to suit restaurants. Year around repeat Pr.n..Sn Cur 1317 W. Grand. I Aau 82215 eOIIt New Your ear or boat trailer for 011ELECTRIC

! 14 and Includes stockRESTAURANT businesa. P. D. Walker Co. 210 W. BODY AND FENDER npa! and NASH-1938 Ambassador 'S' 4-door 11ft P1. 1141 Aes I! the doa payment. Why par rent? CHOICE NEWER CARS ;]

! and futun $3150. Slanollo Realtor'i four Income Acceptance Corporation Pine St. painting. Eat la sedan. Radio. heater overdrive. Col.an p. Pran Reed TU Sales. 201 It. Or-

32 Z. Plnc: 11651. Satisfaction lar.nt D. MechanicaDy One owner car. la c fans boWed 1. Bi Tr.1DDlT -
i of Florida. Horn office 234 W. CDtr.l Po. 2-3153. Ptre! Motors. 1239 mnb ec. Trailer 8a WATER '
. at 480 N. Original pillt. Blossom- Trail aDd .7 CADILLAC tr Betfaaat f
AND ROMX New SAVE MONET-MAKE MOMT BRAKES REPAIRED-W* supply all E. .. 2-0353. Opea Sunday. Or.ae DELIVERY tte. r*** iw. beaeiM :1

, concrete block balldlns. fully and Orange Avenue ta Orlando. Phone l your auto needs; .I tires, .. 1942.; 8500 down: 1-8. HEATERS driven 1.000 in mIst -
nevly equipped resta uent on tirst and olL Dixie Bales .Service. W. WOBD months at (45. Will VIKING. 1941. 1$', sleep 4. Butane ,
: floor. Spacious livlnf aarter en 7135. Offices at Cocoa. Winter Haf f Yes. If Iff quick easy dollar profits South at Boon Bt. tat trad 300 EdlnburlJ aas -. Sea Mrs. Caasaoy. :.47 aUlCK R4met ae4a4.

:. second floor with 3. bedrooms nvins ven and TOO want and a future ecanonuo CAR-RENTAL. IcHh grade Insured D.. Winter On Phoe tW. S.lord TUer Park. MIL SINKS AND CABINETS t*. * fftt MNk _,"
St.
toom. tars kitchen-4inins room Cloud. Bam service! Independence here I* the opportunity cars b season to dullcep e. 4000 Btile <
combination bath and 4 cloteta Ezreilent > I you have been looking for. right responsible ppll Cal 6159. 38 W.Llvtnxston OLDSMOBILE Privately-1941 cnnrbl.. ICE t 5

restaurant trade. Open only i QUICK CASH LOANS Pnralture in your own home town. north Hm CRE "47 CKXTSLXa Ratal w4at 56 f.

1 hours daily and elaNd SuM.L not and ant loans. 3-hour CAR WASHING and polishing by appolnbmt. 441. Just I overpass. ATTIC FANSSee vernal CM. FtaM Ds *7rM "
servr from
820.000 Terms be Or present personnel is earning LOANS A
tan
arranied Har .000 mIca.
low O Fredrick. Ill >7 Loan Co. Ml Florida 8200 to 11.000 a month ,onsomore. F prompt and expert OLDSMOBILE-1935. will give for LAS LAS I
Dial $ 'aa. N. vranie. B..1lk Bid.. a. W. Calls _111&11&1 It interested call t* see Mr. J Service Station, equity on good used ear. Curry CUSTARD

Phone 2-1 1. Perkins at Antebilt Hotel. Monday corner Boone and .akaon. 2-332. Ford R. 2nd house on right past NCHINE I 47.PACKARD.. .DflCI S .OssTOT Betaa*

CASH LOANS afternoon 2 to 4 clock or Monday LUBRICATION SheUabricattoa to Mii.PAC BORROW BY PHONIC 1 .

: RESTAURANT and bar. Orantt Blot- I autos-Quickly and dlamonda.mad oa furmure Orlando -- evening 7 to I pjn. Men la outlying the thorough scientific tbeaUo -1937.; excellent; radio: Free 1t to ar 47 DESOTO >abs.4s& f4MM|

aftu morn 4 TraU.p... Sa *"*. Telephone 1310 Metcalf'. own Home Finance Co. 314 ,towns may write. or Every truck nook is and erannT running 721 Montana.: reasonsble. Ph. 2-7824. UST'STOP SUNSHINE SALES CO. ASSOCIATED STORES CM**** O4 BMil. Sm. WVer.
Bids. Dial 3-0364. n
M-4fv
i.
mechanical part assured Safe "OR
II sedan. Good tires. I T S 143 N. Orange Are. $300
RESTAURANTS-Several met Oranct response prolongs hard- PACK 13 State Distributors i
A... locations. doss In. Startincat 63. Mortgage Loans 67. AgenciesBROWN'S parts and make driving npl, It. W. D W.aer. THE CASH! $90 t P E.dus. .4:' e .
Employment .
Morrison's Cafeteria 403 !
85500. Mr. Potter with Herman end a pleasure. 8L Great Southern Hampton SeP I Os-se
Ctoodwla Int. Broker; 677 j(. Orance; I Stores. 692 N. Or.n. dlat-2-18. PACKARD-1937 '*' 4-door sedan. Yes! Get cul nieklv *a roar Btsaa '

.$635. P...-Long-Unn. low-rat. Govern And Nurses'EMPLOYMENT If AGENCY you want RADIATOR Radio new pailt very clean In:.. Furniture. Ca today) Box 2818 Tampa Tlonda 'I..47 OMC rtak.t Tmtk. H tea Mva -
RpAIGA mat .
Rtr. lOt
ment-Insured moruat loans for Motors. ( **
SERVICE STATION Established building buying reflaanclns. Cad work com to Cent It yon nr. trOhot. 1415.Dr.. 1
or OpenSunday.
can 6336. per core for
business muM ten' account illness!I or set Joe G. Myers. Realtor. 29 W. want h.lp Can radl.tr. Col11.1 2-33 I'.46 wncvtr 1 dose IcSes
lessonable price. 100 8. Garland relll.cmentl'j pe* far speed *
Washington St. Phone 8881. W. 5933. PLYMOUTH 1936 coach. Good GFC LOAN COMPANY '
Annu. C.ntra1 cal con signed meese ,."Me ed t .
I STATE dlttoa. Tires la good condition. B WE MAKE FRIENDS
TODAY'S
FLORIDA BEST
SODA era. Beer FOUNTAIN and: and HOME LOANS-To bui'd purchase SERVICE-22 East P.En Strt 73-1. Auto PartsAccessoriesELECTRIC at Bill Sanders Oar.... Falrvllla. 71 East Robinson Phone 4795 WITH I'44 pt.'fVe8'fII aM 0. coSie.dzive .
vine. In .r11Je-mocl-l
refinance and repair. Prompt servtce. PACKARD-1941 club coup Radio. .100 has ..
tlon; apply at Han' Reduced costs. Complete plan Mr. Employer if yon Ar 1k SANDER-New, 863. Am heater good tire*. Exceptionally EVERY CAR THAT WE I .
P.rr.more
St. I service available including, plans for young blood 1 JD. or.1 erican air compressor sander *60. clean throughout. Colonial Motor 'M T1MR1I CIIIt :

SERVICE STATION-H1IT. 1782. j specifications and house model. Winter tloa then look phone Por Automobile body work. BuckeyeGarage. 1239 E. Colonial Dr. 2-3S3 Opea BUY AND SELL BUYSIN I drtvta ... stikt*. ra ra*. .
Greus rek"TOURIST Park Federal Savlnts Loan 7178. 1317 W. Grand. Going ou Sunday.PLYMOUTBi936.
equipment and le.se. I ASWU2J4 Park Ave. Winter Park. of business.FRONT .
$1500.lar4nfl. Good coadition i'M utucrmr *aIce ,

Real Zitate 21 a. Coart HOME LOANS-We want to help yes School lon and Girls want work r REPAIR PART now New paint c.tt 8445. QUA CARS EVERY CAR ADVERTISED I ... AlBMt ..w.I .
What have
phone 24481. during DlOIta. of 414 N. Psrrsmore. ph. .
I buy a home or build a new one ao' m.t I
We win give you prompt service. Office you to offer? auto. C. A. .Sons W. PACKARD. 1941 model 110. convertible WORTH THE MONEY .4. VlJt w4a. lit0.

COURT and Restaurant. hours 1 to 2 during week; I to Cur phone $ club coupe. Radio and heater. 1939 BUICK Special 2.D Sedan. 1 FINE AUTOMOBILES I 4 ... Mali. eN 9.
20 furalshd Commercial Art Work wanted byyoung AND
totUies. each with 12 Saturdars. FIrst Federal Savings HIT H-ton with heavy tram 81025 900 E Pine. I told from bread "11'.
S bcdrooBiW Ia4y; ate 21. High SchoolGraduate
kitchen bath aad porch. and Loan Association of Orlando. ME i 850. Automobile band tools
rek' 1942 PACKARD CUPPER tedaa. READY TO GO .
8 months' office clerical PLYMOUTH 1934 4-door sedaa. I
Also : '
completely
equipped rtsuurant.. Pine St.. Orlando, Fla. prices. Th Buckeye Gar 84 I'M"'. or fh* .
JM 1%. frcntar M the lamous work experience.Laborer a I Good coDdlton. good tna. Palms Extra clean.1M1 nll1a. General .
1317 W Grand Ave. Going out
Tamlami TraU on the West Coast. i al. I Trailer! Oan. Tr.
Very ptetura a lake front beauti LOANS ea all types of property long with packing house andconstruction bnlM PLYMOUTH 1940 2-door sedaa. 1942 BUICK Roadmaster se .4. DOOnI. .

,fully laaOcapd. One et the moat er short terms; low rate: Immediate -. experience; served In METAL TOOL BENCH 830. Jscks. I Priced to Hn Central Florida PONTIAC Cub Coup Radio dan. Price _.____ ._S18Se led sod Iae'l : =
attract I.1 coarU In Florida. Only service. Harlow O. Fredrick. US Army 4 years now ready to servePoe. I stand tools. At reduced prices.Buckete Motors. and Garland; dial and heater. 1947 CHEVROLET Heel-

S47.5OO.. Ttrrn Htrlov 0. ncdnck. N. Orange Av*. Phone SIM. Gaar.1317 W. Grand. G 22424. 1941 MERCURY 2-door Se master Sedan. Beautiful '46 lOWE 1tati i.od
ll N. Qranae. Dial SIM. log out I '
Technician 22. Army blsll. PONTIAC-1946 Streamliner sedaaette 1941 CHEVROLET Club Coup dan. Price __ ._SI450 with 5* k
MORTGAGE FOR SALZ.$1e0O.payable .., X-rsy- at* experience TIRE SALE- Reduced to condition. Puny equlpped black finish. Radio.
-
'TOURIST-horn and COURT restaurant-* setts.soo fu S-room frOft'.n S43 monthly.S25 Herman monthly.Goodwin.S4300. Inc.6%. Ins a Linotype only; interested Operator in or train-Photography I '1.0.. to N.clear. .ltt.x6. J. C Mc- D.I Pr.216.STEAK Radio and beater. 1942 STUDEBAKER Champion Driven 3,000 miles. See '46 PORD late? eluse ?e$ ise '
455, dare blue. new eat 99.88sac.
< en U. a 1 and Indian River Brcken 677 N. Grant 9855 or or other technical work 1941 Cmllioa Sedan. Price _11093
Price $25.000. IIO.SOO eash. balance 6660. I TIRES-Two 700x16. Two 600x16. Drt. appat. 1941 BUICK Roadmaster sedan. this car. e .,

S150 ptf month Mr. Potter with Cost AecvnLat male ate 35, exPlr.De. Good rubber. Please telephone 6864 ida Motors JdfelOD and Garland; Radio 1942 DES 0 T 0 Convertible

Herman Ooodvtn Ine. Broken 477M. REAL ESTATE LOANS Low cost with large cor I t.,. dial 22424.A Coupe. Price _.......41595 'Ct'Z" 'fmJ

Oranse: 8SS. To buy. build or refinance home ; pOraUon Not Sat.t la book- WHITE WA TIRES-5 brand new FEW GOOD burs in These can sold with a 30 day
relu tvartatcc. 1941 STUDEBAKER President
keeplBm. 885. Write to 1903 E. Jefferson: 1941 BUICK Super Sedan.
ton" rsrs.
TRAILER PARK-Win accommodate and business property. The Trust : 2-101. I 'c" ruT INeo 5exa Maid
I Wt par cash for tied
more than 60 trailers. tU 500 with Department of First National Bankat I' Pastry Cook female age 41: permanent 6 5-tar. COIN ON VACATION for a few Price _. .__41595 Sedanette. A clean at,. eo mJn it ... 11ft

tenna. Ve Van Hotel with ClydeMrKenrte. Orlando second floor. resident also .weeks. "Clyde Golf. 42 Huthey .
; had ex-
12 8. Main: 24775.TATIRN in operation ha of machine 74. Auto-Trier Wanted Court win take care of my business 1941 MERCURY Sedan _$ % car.
perlen while I'm away. J. Smith. 33 E. I
.
AND CAT Small tow INTEREST RATES AS LOW AS 4* : abtP mae and tool* AUTOS WANTED-Win py highest Robinson. R J. C McKELLAR INC. 1941 FORD 2-door Super Deluxe USED CAB

close to Orlando. Ntttlnc S500 permonth. cash price fo your car. Oln Inc. Sedan _ _11093
Improved properties la Orlandoand
Better la Winter. Tea can on Winter Park. No brokerage. Watch, Rep.lan.. alllnnU.. veteran 142 N. Garl.nd 2-44 or 20 .Or- 76. Trier-Truck for Sale 'OUR PAc DER" 1940 NASH Sedan. This BARGAINS
han a nice place to live and a moodS aoc curH WI. ane.
Butte Investment Company. 25 W. ern Pa. Horolotlcal Experience 2-481. 3'2 X. Orange 5147 1941 FORD Convertible Coupe. car runs good and can
11t.
Income. AU equipment and stock Washington St. Phone 8S13. WANTED-Highest pric. CJOL-19I. Standard; good AYI Ph ._._
gamed repairing lathe At Price -%
.ath. .l 41 en.
Only S3500 Courtney Realty.' SlieR Bwei
soes. service of for used cars. See L. trel .0 Irl.nk.I Pic be bought for $595. t
392 N. Oranse: 22471.TIRS h coulIU. gaa. Central Florida Motors, Garlandand $ See radio heater. sl.Ma3 644%
WANTED Seven thousand five hundred Jefferson. 2-2424. Night 1941 CHEVROLET Super DeLuxe finish ...._..: ... ..........
CHEVROLET S-ton pick-up
RECAPPING SHOP Fully dollars on first mortfsse. Well Ph tnk.Extra 2-door Sedan ._...11250
equipped for recapping and volcanialns. located business property. Box 69 2-Jn. tow speed. Rear Ores. .
1941 FORD Deluxe 41 BUICK Ra *sias4r tedaa. '
Super
Will sacrifice for quick aa>. S-8tar. WANTED-Will buy 15. 3.1 Bonsbt :
Jea. Ot. 4.
_
ACOMOBI 1941 FORD Coupe ---$995 ta Oalaa. rtefe. a*****. t
Box 144. Rt. 1. Kisslmmee. WANTED-84000 at 6*. Veteran FLORIDA STATE Dn sell Thursday.your car. Alt.a Prattca. I. Ta VI. PICK YOURS Sedan. Fine mechanical tppearaac ......) .

IT'S NIWI IT'S MODERN! Its profitable offera good business as security. SERVICE-22 East Pe Stet auction. Motor every 2120 8. 1940 LAFAYETTE Sedan __$635 be
Its depression proof. If yon Writ Box 56 S-Star. on'Blossom Aletn DODGE TeCK2ton 1941: condition and can '41 Peek .*acW gtsWrlag Wajk.iaj .
would like to be independent and Can put you in touch.Free of charge. Orange TraI dual .hel vacuum heater .
WILL MAKE abort term first mortsare PONTIAC 1941 1937 FORD 33" 2-door Se- had for $995. ftWI .
5
booster hand e-cylindtr
The later andclf'.n.r valve $500. Dr. ,
if BUICK WANTED -
own year ova low cost business with the employer ) qualify .pl
monthly repayment loans. 3 ito .Ith. 0 dan. Price $430
I P. PhflH Company Falrvllla Garaee Nice and clean .
the better. Might buy Olds senger J
profit possibilities .
spectacular you cop. 40 LDICOLW Club Co*** lit4
4, No commission. Ph.
per cent. -
will be interested la the many opportunities 7601. Display Artist Ate 21-40: good or Pontiac Stivers Pontiac 6 W. i Can Mr. M..I@ '14. Monday. food tr.. Economical and 1928 OLDSMOBILE Sedan -4395

presented by The Michty previous experience; H. S. gradual Coll.I. I dependable $1195 19S8 PLYMOUTH Sedan. '4o BUICK in***. 4 Dr lefts. 'lit' :

Mulsrt" electric sandilch booth. a month t start. D. VARNER wants to bur your lose treea. ebb waS Woo.
11812 .
64. WantedFemaleBUtJTICIANSeDlor DC 1938 PONTIAC Sedan _$895
Small complete only operator Help FORD. 1946 truck tractor with Good motor and tires. I";
..
; pn I .1t or and will pay top air I stw --..__..M...- ---- ..__
needed. Sample ,model on display Spotter-For Dry Cleaning; wen experienced Immediately. D. Tamer Inc. brakes. 2 speed rear axle saddle coupe. Ex t
corner of Oraas Are. and UrinsitonSt. preferred withfollowing. managerial .b1 not I Studebaker Sales and S"k. 234 tanks. Only 7500 miles on.this truck rORDIH food 1939 DODGE Sedan -350 Looks a little rough. 40 BUICK Super 4 Door B ea9-
.Can allocate acTeratvnita Orlando See or call Miss Monck. 55 845 week to A ro mehana. trs
territory from in transit. phone 4014.BILLING over .; W. Cfntr.J A. Phone 2-313. Br.aStldbakr. very $9 S $395. black radio hester ..___'IU&

I Place ah D. Tarner.Duulbutor. CLERK Good typist. 44- previous 1 MOTOR INC.. will buy, sell 1946 :
your.order now. Mfflman-As* 2S- good for the hishdollar. truck with stake 36 BUICK tmi'.
I Carl Courtney Real Estate hour week. Central Truck Lines. have carpentry 70r car A real BUY SELL TRADE TERMS
.xper.rc See us at 200 7T. Central or b7. Ven eru. ba.a FORD-1941 sedan black
t.do
Brokers. Sales RepreteatatiYes. 1402 W. Church St. 81.10 hr. 1V 40. .sitii
ambl7 tl over Phone 5416 finish like new. Mechanically good. 1939 PLYMOUTH Tudor. 40 BUICK Limited ...
: 392 N. Prance_AT*. Diamond 1-ton pick-up. Exceptionally
___ CASHIER Experienced. See Mr.
DKLAMD'8 MOST POPULAR nisht Evans at-Antebilt Pharmac7.HOUSEKEEPERand Cabinet Maker-Age 40-45; wen experienced FRANK R really knows how to clean; will .the service of anew CQ tires ., $19PYMOU1H New motor and beautiful .40 BUICK Super CoavertsV cMPe

club and most favorite calluS place cook white ; operate all woworklnlmachlnen. 'get th dola for your car truck. BUY HERE WITH CONFIDENCE TH (taiaa khaki tot. neo ..$fl$9.,
: minutes. Why finish. See this
or Cash See these at the Diamond T. car
located opposite ball park and stadium. lQul7. I tr Sat ,
.0 h Ian
two adult No washing. Ph. 4489. $ sedan
awayt us a Ho
al. ch..tee. & Service Co. 103 8. Orange
.
18.000 carL Private
party
_$U
bMnbr Bi 34 BUICK. 4 Door Sesaa ;
it's like
Selliat on account of other boainess. HOUSEKEEPER-Middle aged to tab 201 N. Oranse Blossom Trail: 18. sum TraU. Orlando. Pie ne. Upholsteryspotlessly HARLEY WADSWORTH new. -

Cash only. 602 South Bird. phone complete charte of home and 2 R.nd-AI 35-40: married: GET CASH IN 5 MINUTES Any clean, looks ane runs 38 CADILLAC Sodas ___
DeLand. 95. children age 3 ft and 1 year. Call well uPtrened hand milking of make or model; Starling-Alexander food 11195 illS N. Orange 8597 84I\

YEAR ROUND RESTAURANT Low 9953. own transpor M"I-r 501 N. Oracle Av*. Phone FORD-1938 H ton. For further ra- 1936 FORD Sedan. A nice 38 C'JInaouT c..n6b1e Cpa $711
location. STENOGRAPHER and teneral clerical tation. 845 weep plus vnfurn. house.Manater '' formation please telephone 3186.
overhead downtown Small CHEVROLET-194I coupe. Thorouf
busy town direct from ownf'r.1"or appointment worker. Well experienced. Be* Mr. FORD-1939 IV, ton tons wheelbase hly dependable and economical running car. Sale price 35 CHEVROLET 4 Doer Betas .8195
Ward American Machinery CorP. Smiles knowledge flat ,
I Trafln.ral body 850000.
call owner. 9176. Winter
GWe
., .
?arL ) north Hwy. 441. Itorar-treklDr : estimat R. 8. EVANS PAYS MOl 1945 Special steel body a mechanically good $995 $395. 40 CBXTSLEIi Soul Sodas ___8M8'
SALESLADY-Retail jewelry store. ; : etc. r eapern with power winch. $500 00. Phone
Choose From These
FOR LXASI Choice location on
busy corner-close In. Excellent flil- Experienced preferred. Permanent.Ray perm resident 3 yrs.: .o 1u Drop Into any one of our 3 Orland 4073 or 8383. Oabel Construction Co. We have others each priced 17 CBHT&LXR Roial Coach _IW,,
Jewelry Co. 14 N. Oranse.STENOGRAPHER aeQu lntc D.b1 .2 locations for an appraisal or phone TRUCK 1941. A-I fat Sedan.
Inc station alt*. Por details call J. i. FORD In coD representing good values W 1941 MERCURY .Ins'
Newman. Sales lianaser. O. P. Swope. -Experienced. Very mOi i 5296. tion. 2-tpeed 'axle, booster guarantee satisfaction every 40 DODOE. 4 Door Bel*a _
i condition. New
Realtor. 10 East.Pin.; phone Mil rapid at dictation. with business Maintenance Bldg.-Age Phone 9359 FINE AUTOMOBILES Perfect

Her office hours can 47S5.IP experience. Preferably afternoons only ai. to .a lift 25 FORD-1947: dual rear wheels; 158'wheel Innuco paint Sale price $1295. 41 FORD Station Wages ___lM5i

paying bast- but If ability to meet the public Hue 0. prro SPOT CASH PAID for your used car. base; oak stake body;
WANT toed
YOU a lO upnenee. .t ana ,... like _..81299
41 FORD pow
and home: I have it: selllni and any flare for selling is Inherent, a See J. C. McKellar. Tour Pacta lith't. Rsdio. Low mileage. :
peas moaU
take I full time should be very pleasant. We Dealer." 342 Orange Phon trsde-in. No Saturday calls. Winter D. VARNER INC. "sr .
account of sickness: will N 1947 CADILLAC Hydrsmatie -
en ._ .. _
38 FORD Sedsa : .UM
113000 cash and resume saertac want complete details la the first reply I Oat Vf'tl BI.lfaP quali- 5147. Pat. 587-W. Convertible Coupe with 1937 LASALLE Sedan.-
t
of .. SOS 44 S-Star. which win b* held strictly con ON-THE-SPOT CASH PAID for good I 234 W. -
$ fl.d 8 FORD price C \ radio. ,
TRUCltton IHI
12 Runs 38 FORD Tador
i.
OPPORTUNITY for some ono desirla tld@tltlal Box 74 8-Star. clean usee cars. .1 Cumbl Ca 1405 *. ORLANDO good. Special price :
FRIA
to eater a business of his ... SECRETARY I SUDoa'lher-r' 2$35 perman 904 Or )'OltD-l932 panel truck. RI ro Phone $325. 38 FORD Tudor .. -,_ .-T-->lt9;.
Eithef orfun d; .
U 24521.
part 2.:13TUCK
Preferably someone who baa some I good rubber 0' 1947 PLYMOUTH Special Deluxe
experience ta salesmanshippossibly itm*. In retail store with work lal.rral ability salary attractive. I WILL PAY over nIt on '47 models Colonial MotoJ. .0 X. Colonial Dr., dub Coupe. Very few 3J FORD Coupe ....._- -... 834J
104)00 per* year: Will take aomeCMHtaL varied enouth to be very Interesting. new. Ford. Chevrolet 8375. 2-035T .,. miles.
See me Saturday. Sunday or Good salary. Pleasant surroundings. Power Sewing Machine Operators Plymouth $ 1Su: '46 s 8100 less 1942 PONTIAC Deluxe 38 FORD Tudor ul !
Experienird CMC-1939 truck 500. bar- ----
: needle
Monday from 10 to 5 o'clock at 633 Boa 73. S-Star. .In.1 oper Martins Used Cars. 101 M. Mala. p.ne
ton; ate 12-45; hr. I day; u'a city Clen.n. 39 W. Colonial Tudor. Perfect condi-
II. Orante. Mr. Graham. sa h. 8409. '
week. ft 1947 FORD Super Deluxe 2-door 40 hUDSON Club Coop .nd.$9 ;
UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY for young SHARE NICE ROME with responsible 4oh I BADLY IN KEAU of 1946 and 1947 HOLSE. $5.T 25, ft. Schuli Sedan with Celumbie axle. seat tion. See this car. $1295. .:0 .
college cradnat who majored In middleaied lady; rent- free for Water and are fixed automobiles an older cars. Harley permanent covers. 37 LASALLE Sedan ___IUI, :
accounting. Blntle. Ire to travel to companionship. Mrs. Lena Lawson. by the 'PlcliaUo I Wad.orth 11 H. Orange Ave Aitoat four.rm. paint. .
Rt. 1. Klssimmee. emloJr. bd. M.G.rnn ..sS4.
Miami. Jacksonville. Tamp Transportation 11. Parker Trailer Camp, : 38 LDrCOUf WITh Sedaa
FURNITURE VAN-1943 Federal 1941 CHEVROLET
furnished. Starting salary POSITIONS that pay good are plentiful I GET TOP CASH PRICE for your car N. Orange Ave. After I. ft 1947 BUICK Roaelm..ter'door Special
S2400-S2700. Excellent promotion possibilities for beauticians. Let us teach retrdless of Disk or modeL Used I tact with sleeper cab. 2 f fur Sedan Sedan. Radio. A 41 HASH Aaibassader T __8845J
completely equipped. .
PARKER I
; pension plan crouP insurance. you. Florida Beauty College Jackson BUSINESS tSERVICE-Register Car Excbante. W. Washington HOUSE TRAILER-1946 Zimmer. 2 complete ladm

Mut have sood physical ville. Florida. 32 Z Plat room 209. Seeking fit. Phone 21. ft. 81"1 4. Tandem wheels Bar hooks blaDket etc. Ruc fo swell car. Drive this car '41 HASH Ambassador T _
.,
help. call gain D. Cox, K.Orante
and
reoutremeatt. aPtItudes person- 2-18. H ... ,
ality. Kmplo/yar will be Canada Dry 65. Help Wanted-Male TRADE SMALL 5 COUPE for tudorMd.n Will '1 'm 1948 BUICK Super Convertible and you'll buy it. 38 HASH Club.Coup* --.....-IS4f'CO
Bottling Co. bet interview will Wj 69. Work Wanted-Female or passenger_ coup HOUSE TAP Lot cleai Coupe. completely equipped.

conducted by J. M. Buck 103 South BOYS-;-White; Ate 14 to 16. Orlando pay 53 e.s. dlte. Charlie Morgan title. & Ut St 2 btockl; DUMP TRUCK-1945 Dodge with i OLDSMOBILE "VT Bedaa _Iled
M-3157. I COOKING OR NIGHT work wanted. 8t oft
Franklin 8U Tampa phone I
nice
Morning Sentinel delivery routes. Tr.1 .1 4-yard dump body unusually
: 1 Fanny Little. 18 N. .. ,, ,_ ft 1948 CHEVROLET Fleetmaster 1937 TERRAPLANE ..Se _
WANTED-Any small profitable business I I Mats have bicycle and be willing to I Bn.n 75. Used Can for Sale Hr.rsErain. ." .inni. .n. ".w. 4t- PACKARD---- 130' BaSal 8109S889l-
; must investisatloa. Fullparticulars bustle. See J. W. Lemmon. Sentinel- j HIGH GRADUATE wants -num- Spartou-Manor. Practically mechanically" f' 4-door Sedanwith radio. Low dan. A nice running car. ;* 1"'
t..n' ; replies confidential I Star Office. j>! work SOl full time for Sum- AUTOMOBILE AUCTION Every new. used 2 monU 3 room sleeps i, mileage. 40 PACKARD Beds ____3tV

write 206 X. Smith Ae. DRIVERS WANTED-Only those wh mer. Typing Dial count:. 116. \ Tuesday 1 pm. -ZOO to 400 auto 4. Electric br.t. ,; Drive it home. $395. _Ilott
et 8D. Sedan
Orlando. ".. for and trucks from cheapest to Barnes air heater. (1250oft. 41 PLYMOUTH
are thoroughly familiar with Orlando I, ask ] bt SAK BDY-I9 Cevlet1
On 17-92 1948 FORD Super Deluxe 2-door
A PROFITABLE INVESTMENT can streets win qualify. Apply to from oldest to leI' sold at Seminole marmaladepl'Dt. I I .
retired couple would keep Tuesday. Tatted ', 278 cars. Half way between Casselberry Y'hl Sedan Clean as new. 33 PLYMOUTH. *M ..Set 831
be made by investigatIng my prop Mr. Howen. City Cab Co.MASONSExperienced dual Urea, good cab
be j IlE. family for two sold 193. selling many private and Maitland. Or Winter Park Sa ra. 1942 NASH Sedan 600"
osition. An appointment can ar- a.1 Ph Immediate
ready
A. '
in brick laytug. i lo Coarirttb! Cp _t S,
ranted by calling 8517. This win month References. PO. owned dealers can really 2204. I 30 POnTIAC *
Lik See it and
209 South Orange new.
at
Stand nut Inspection. Avenue.Apply Box 495. make money on. Remember anyone HOeS ON WHEELS Partly fu I u f On some of the above cars if yon POXTUeS3tS.'.

TEE BUCKEYE OARAGE-1317 'W. TYPIST and hoepital nurses" aid; can buy or III If you want to buy IIMd. First 8750 gets It. & have a reasonably late model car you'll agree. 36
of MAN ANTED to catch bait. Can experienced with pleasing person- or sell be Tuesday sure. PrO 5. Mf'lo 309 Main SU liXPRESS-1942 Cher- to trade. the price win NOT EXCEED -
business
Grand Are. Going out &
live la cabin. Apply Killarney work la all reports we har the lanet bur I CA"OP 79 BTUDSBAKEn Coap _84JJ,
am/ Desires .
I an PRICE.We
LIST
transport- the
regular a
will sell all or'any part of their machinery Fishing Camp. Klllarney. Fla.PLDMBER dotr' oU best sal In F. rlet ton Iel fo
tools and equipment consist- Phone 2.762.YOeG mobile Auction Co.Suth..GU. Aat HOUSE TRAILERS-New and used; i ad tl9CRGIH 1941 DESOTO Sedan. This! .40' BTCDXBAKES Canst Bed. 1100
only. Raymond P.
IM principally of Curtis air compressor -Experienced LADY As 27 attractive .6_p. Terms. Lees Te Sales. I ;
hoist block and Dickson. 136 W. Plant St.; BUICK-1946 4 dear sedan- Orange Blossom have wide variety of clean
Sl1p
weldlnc machine Winter Garden. Office phone 95. pleal pIUt de All beautiful blue 50 Tr.I 4x4. Hi a car is in perfect condition BTDDDAKZX".. Badaa 8593
tackle. a.to paint suns and aden.1 position dent' aert.. HOUSE TRAILER-.WU1 sacrifice Cele late model used can in good condition
of all kinds. resident phone 309. I receptionist. S years laoffic flllh Olin's Used Ca I drive. and looks like a .
tools equipment '
.Sp1 Orange Ave. Phone 1946. Butane gas. looks like new. t da all priced to sell qwck.STARLING 42 HUDSON 1514&1m.
OPERATING BAKERY trosslaf $34- PLANER OPERATOR Experiencedwith work. Can 2- 2 24 Inquire Mr. Schults. lot BS. Sonny fo logging and other heavy .

000 manually la Central florida i Woods planer. State salary BUICK-1940 Super Wo ra South Trailer Park. hauling $789 new car. It DOOOE Coach .. $3'S;
populatton. Best of wanted P.O. Box 1060. Orlando. 70. Work Wanted-Male original black flnlt new UeL ,
city of 1.000 HOUSE modeL 1946
reasons for sellln Nelson Realty reliant throughout. Coloa T1. north must 41 DOOOE Bedaa ...._. .. 074
Men. Kisslmme Tim.iiBuSINESSMust. : BLOCKLAYER HBAn 1239 B Colonial; -> sell at Ollc.2 Price G. clayton D. VARNER INC. 1941 BUICK Sedanette.
be sold by PLUMBERS Pint class. Steady able: at .all L]1 BUICK 1941 cnnrbl coupe- 12.1 S 37 DESOTO Bedaa .__$Ut
July 1st. Orocerte meats bakery work. Come ready for work. Libby son. 1330 19th Good running r.ci Iew top Park. Tavares. Vi. L.oa. TraU. Black and a honey. *'

and sundries. Ice cream bonsehold and Freeman. 711 W. Church. GENE OFFICE-Sales clerk: or and Ul 81095. Ut PellnDlLWlnt HOUSE TRAILER-17 ?U 234 W. C AV ALEXANDER '41 PLYMOUTH Coach ..-$713i I
hardware vetetables. fruits. asastnes -- you? 802 East Colonial 1'7IR. Cruiser. 4 brake A.t
; .
Best reason for selllBC. Makes Dr. ph. 2-0676.- .BUICK-1941 super aedaa Be.ut on for SeP. Darby;8.a Main ORLANDO FLORIDA MOTORS 1941 PLYMOUTH Sedan. 40 C8ZTIOUT Bedaa _____.$$4*,

aa offer. Including lease fine WOOL PRESSER One. A-l. Apply ICE PULLER 20 years experience. fal 2-n green and. _!imingCorner._ Winter Garden.
loratioa. Bualaes ood. On of Or- Drive-In Cleaner. 310 8. Orange Steady worker .i fo Ton.100N. t tee this ear to epPrecl.t 1,6. HOUSE 4 air Phone 501 N. Orang Ave. Phone 717 Drive this one. ,'42 PLYMOUTH Sedan _, _84 p pU
: eon- 2.315
Isndo's best oppcrtunltits. Writ Blossom TraU.RLSPONSIBLK. Harl8 Wadsworth. J. Orle TP 7t4U '
Pr.more. fr. electrte CHBTROUrr IS TM Track |
B-Star.
Box S7 :
MAN. with to 19.
car
YOUNG 26 with late brat latcrior.
mol
M aW
establish dry cleaning pick-up and CADILLAC-1936. Good condition. -
and
auto Dot home.
a '
delivery rout. Apply Drive-la Oaners. .dueatlR nprent plellpenDa1. Need to sell 4383. par cash. B Homer SeweU. Altamont Springs; 1942 FORD Club Coupe. DODOI PktHis ---83t* t ti'

DUE TO ILLNESS-Ready to retire. 310 8. Oranse Blossom Trail. around Orlando. Lumber at Bus Station. ApOPt.CICIKlle Phone Winter Psrk 58394.IRTZRNATIONAX JIM CUMBIE SAYS!
40 DODOS H -a4-t
RESPONSIBLE WAN with business building supplies and; .PIU -e2". HJd TRUCK 1942

Owner win liD business established executive abilities for a sound experience. Writ. D. U Cmclia. Dlaie d. rao stake b Good tires, less than 1942 OLDSMOBILE Hy- Aap. MT -'I $
2S years ate la Orlando. Wholesale progressive business. Excellent opportunity O B 1064. Orlando. !. T a new one. Easy miles motor. track 2 FL'SBER "We believe we' have the finest 'U'POJID
Warehouse distributor of batteries with ao limit to earnlnss for school Reed Trailer Sales. 201N. A.1 condition T dramatic Sedan. us\-
Tracks. SUMMER WORK-Reattending I tate Ph. KlsSlmmee selection of high grade USED V-TORD Tr** f ...___
.
tires and sate eeeori** Tight man. Wnt Dog 70 S-SUr. Orang Blossom Trail.CHEVROLET. 2341.
included in ..Ie.AU the of architecture this Pal wr Interested P 2751.193Ljloton.4niw CARS in Central Florida. Practically ,
seed will and wholesale name Invoice The ADVERTISING and public relations particularly I and 1937 4-door lea MODE*- tires. CARS aD makegand models to select '41 CKXVROLET Tews icdaa .mt

volume stock and at earnings of this business man desired organisation.for lane Central Must Florida have- artistic design. Rt.la Orlando.pb.s. 1 R.Bisterstaff. 1311 Like Orecon new oll Urea new _U1.Budd'Auto Parts Ph 193. from. Our prices are competitive 1945 FORD Pick-up truck. tDMf

win amaze )011. and the books are citrus Winter Park. 2 P t PICK-UP TRUCKS-1942 Etudebaker our Quality the best If f38 BUCK Special
relations and advertising
open to you. U yea are a ualified some public 8R CHVROL- 1939 2-door. Very deUnre la 1944. Excellent in need of better transportation Low mileage.
Organisation la built a* experience la commercial fines. Citrus WANTED-By.maa experienced mak mechanically. cl 34 IVIeS S aa.-a* --'l, ?t
purchaser. 0U at VUi
an look
ton. a
experience preferred but not I 1947 DODGE 4 door sedan 00. by mean
spend entire Ins plans: furnishing Inc. 142 N. Garland;
that do not have to mtea 2-434. See at "
you sales price is approximately essentIal Give all details personal Quantities supervising work D.118.. 0111" Vi C'r Actual CUMBIE CAIt''M 38 FLYKOOTM 8Maa ___848
time there. Tb 17 th 1936 2-door sedan. Ave.
190000. with aometerms. business military and educational hour or Job Winter Park. CEV Excellent 24 er..nl -. mare .1941 FORD 1-ton Pick-up
owner car
accord- In first letter. Including salary expected. aightg.EXPERIENCED. f Ri SPARTAN MANOR-Equipped w Bedst. k _.MI.
PACKAXa *
77 *
The Price wIU'1'al7. Address Box 68 8-Star. tr.hut 8495. Colonial Mot everything. Save 6937 on this CHRYSLER Convertible CHRYSLER Royal Sedan truck. New tires mechanically :
inC u the amount of stock on hand. BOOKKEEPER clerk Dr.. 2- Easy Frank Reed Trailer 0 lM
at date of sale, which is to the ad- cashier, payrolls labor supervisor. Sunday. Cl ( 201 t. Blossom Trail. Coup Completely 47 CHEVROLET Sedan Delivery good. $495. '42 FLTMOCTB.. ___$91$.
Sales Help WantedLUZTER'S O.nl Cub
66. .
hewin receive Phone 23228.
tantate of the buyer as '
CHEVROLET Fleetnuster Sedan
DODGE DeLuxe 4-door sedan.Radio. 48
TRAILER AD Bantam; perfect equipped. IIt
It U4
the stork at Invoiced prices. I 39 FOKTUC Coo** _
COSMETICS Wanted palDt new, rubr. condition. 1321 36th Street.
return
shows the greatest 8
probably Airplane Sales
71. ami
Clean
.f any substantial business that has salespeople as distributors of Lu- See 1239 trot CoII.1 Mot TRACTOR Model C. Good 0 CHEVROLET Convertible '48 DODGE U ton Pick-up 38 OUMMOB1LB S4BTT _HI

bee sold or will b* sold la Orlando der's fins .eucs and perfumes AIRPLANE FOR SALE-.Howard Ove Z Coll11al D. 2- cdit B at Dairy. lH "'44 CHRYSLER Royal Sedaa I
la Orlando and vicinity. Those Stid.n. club Coup Fully ._ _._
la many years.7ii'd place with Pratt 4t Whitney 450 P 22B. eup w aTTO OII Baa M.
.alifytng are linn a thorouth HP engine with tow hours and less DDS- 1941 convertible. New top. an deluxe 45 FORD Super Deluxe Tdoor

Ocrrete. Exrtariv Broker. 11.cli. training course. Por Interview writ team 100 boon since maiored. Ready Cc good motor. -Private Sedan 47 i.IBIAM 84 Ton IS?

Central Are. Phon (561 home, to Agnes Boa BramletU 62. Division Sentinel-Star.Dis to go anywhere. Grouse State Grove ow.Pa1K2 SAIL BOATS IBId PONTIAC Black 40 CHEVROLET 4-door Sedan JUST A JEW OF OUR Mead ace -.-.. ,
tributor. Mast sariS- C
Fla. San.
Phone number and address requested. Z..G cDwmble. MANUFACTURER OFFERS TWO 48 FORD Station Wagon nxz BUYS '.
Strt. finish with chrome. j
la fi. Wi Sit
1 :
1o '
ESTATE SALESMEN H yes ALEBlDr.1reman 18 Fart I .
RTAI. Pow FORD.-193P cupe. Good Urea and F Lf-Ve 47 CHEVROLET 1-toa Pick-up

(1. Bank Loans-Smites_ have are earning a real less motels teas Been 11.500**, a yearly., ear. ere uecn'w1. Ctnt colldt 220 I. Rc. tors.priced Jefferson. and Garland Florida Vo- PRICE S373$ 0 1948 MERCURY 2 door im. 48 HUDSON Super 8 Sedan '41 ROYAL 1iIflh$ .

and not afraid Ie F CHRYSLER lUyal Sedan MasS ... .
sales ability .ukk 81200. lJ1cludl one 2424. 1027 EDGEWATEB Low .. -v 42 4: sew ---
FOIST RATIONAL BANK laatan- woTL I haft proposition to offer .I ShoweJter DR mare '40 FORD Convertible Club Coupe .
ecdaa.
.eat loan department makes personal Sal win satisfy yois. Plenty listings pralt. C Park o phone 846. PR1M Tr B.uu SEE STAY 44 4$ .Icorid

t loans sIt loans finances and clients ready to buy so dM deU Alr.rt. Wntr 81995 .t ble pnt. bcnt an. SAY 0 1948 FORD 2 door sedaa. Low '41 PLYMOUTH 2-door Sedan Visit the see.i.ies .... =

a... make appliance loans horn >. Sine 1912. Contact J. P. Mat- CV.V-P tim 0. .intrade. Garland ctn. 0 like '41 DODGE Sedaa -
or mileage, new.
or business Improvement loans. FBI 10 to 12. 145 M. Main; 8809. a1. IW 2-434. .4nwrI Melee.
tox. "
TCauas
[ loan OI loans oa a plan designed Wholes*!* DistribaUr ._1205 Cr. VORD19364door 1a Rdi 41 CHEVROLET 2-door. Sedan a.-o----

U save row money. 4th floor. Elevatr SHOES bas-'s.a Leading opening for aa n n-- TWIN ENGINE ratings on Grumman heater, good tires "o 145 FOR SALE 0 1948 FORD U tot pick-up track. 'CADILLAC Sedan 6. .
except Saturday Colonial E. Colonial
tervtc O *a i-4 acquaInted with the Wtdgeoa land sea and tteLVen' Mon. 12 D.
need aalesmaa trataing. mileage.I LASALLE Sedaa USED CAR
912.12ISTAU.3cT
UadeT We carry an Instock depVrWicat A..u -$ Su. L .
for Immediate deliveries. Contl7 Cull. Ph Winter Prk 1 FORD-1937 Tudor sedaa. Excellent COMPL '41 CHEVROLET: : S-door Sedan .

LOANS cost 7M lea ThVaa consists of men's, womea's. VETERAN'S FLIGHT New paint. Ju over trwa."OPtK .
TRAUi'ING cdUa CUS JC CAY 1941 39 OLDSMOBILE "r. 2-door Sedan. suar ttaon te
it run National BaaL Comparj mlsMf and children's shoes at very Single ant ra1 hul. 16.47 Cheney 0 Two Washers YO Cl '
these costs. Whoa the popular prices We are ate* agents Job for mechanics rat PORD-1941.. A-i condition. P. L I dub Coupe. Ne mo Top a EXCHANGE'
I 100. 7" get t $-' '34 and distributors of a well knows and CaU Ryan Field Apopka. P Bisetweldef. Aponka. Tim. 0 Grading Table interior food condition. 40 FORD 4-door Sedaa .
I
6 ISO. you rd 139 Paymenta UMzoo advertised rubber footwear line. Must FORD-1947 convertible club coupe: I 0 Salt Water '41 CHEVROLET Club Coupe

S FOe ret ia .-.Paymenu 16.61 300 have ear. Commission basis. Provide '% Antos-Trofta for Brat radio! heater foe only S Rinse Tank T ,"41 BUICK Super Club Coupe
confidentiaL The lh 2
$ 300. 70* get -aymenta reference Replies o IN FOR S toot sedan. Com. SVKBAY AU. BAr
C .00. you get 375T.Payment. "jw Marco Sbi* Co. la*. 21 S. hanover V.DEXV2-IT-Drtv. H mU .318 0 Juice machine overhauled new 41 FORD Deluxe 2-door Sedan I
pletely
.u..p..eIlU 41.n Baltimore 1. Md. D VAN mQ day. FORD-1938 4-door. Eetr t w WASHINGTON'ST> .j
or
S 600. 70* lee St "t by A ar. C FORD Club Coupe '. ; 219 W.
$ .you rn 3O..,.Paymeatt MJM WK NEED SOME GOOD insurance D. Varner U. Iac, 234. W. Exceptionally clean OU Ic.Io motor clutch eWe I 1'41
payments 12 a..tha. R. Garland 0 Separator OLDSMOBILE 2-door Sedaa
Hospital Phone 2434.F
Above monthly men to sell one of the-best Central A YI 215 220 W. WASHINGTON
19 months are amat1er.Pinrea furnishall 1936. 4-door cedaa 1939 ,
Payments for and Accident Plans. We BEfiTS 0 Preheating- Tanks '33 DODGE Pick-up
tnelad Ills tnsuranc U PJ contacts. N* debit or collections DR. 8YS business CP 926 Pine Grove have ninny more makes RS.EVANS9.UK
Trucks u'
lean la case of death. The. Plrst kind after plan Is sold. See Are4 *r 16 0 Pasteurizer '41 FORD J-door Sedan 138 N. GARLAND
floor. of any by hour day or week. Low rates. 375 J model satisfy buyer. ST.,1
4th t U
'
Rational 5ank at Orlando. Nick Unsaro. Room 20. Bankers Life N. Oranse. phone 20 FORD 1941 4-door ac New 0 C Per 1t \1
Co. 21 East Central. ortide. .
Casualty paint very-tieaa mechanical 0 BUY WITH
cONFIDENIZIA
p
after 10 aJt. Must have ear. .I CK. U-DRIVE-IT By day week- '1 condition good u Price Cn Machine With our"Staff 4 competent Others to Select From rWI1.I _.

R. Loans Up to $380 BE' YOUR OWN BOSS Energetic me rates. 904 M 8950. See a 1520 C..R Lbl C
mechanics w* can: assure
IU Ce 0 yoa
wanted to establish 471
with ear 808 N. Oraai
man LINCOLN ZEPHYR-Black four door Hnd Ber *
AUTO. PurnHare. Diamond loansEcoaomy P.- and operate Installment business In 0. 41 2-52 sedan excellent condition 0 Refuse Bin that allot o cars are i tip-top JIM CUMBE s *
3.
Plnaac CompaD7 communities for a well knownbrand OLSR&r.IC-New cars 1i o t I I *
colored private Same Locate
Yean to the
l00tUt.ca1f Bufldln day. lw la. O 0 condition.Filley. *
Conveyor Refuse I
Burger. Manager. retailing for 'o saw .
product p
health
) nl
( Opea til N S aU B > : 0 ,' 'i f" W BUYS MORE
'
Phone 2-0339. -.. 1300. Exclusive agency for Orlando .k o n1 RefuBin pARS.r f u *" .I
LOANS MADE rr10 to $300: and surrounding towns. Applicant 1: 1 0.2-1. 47 -c < 'i' .
" strict privacy fast service. Family selected must be sale minded aba JCY-1M convertible. Low The above items constitute a e Inc. : J -, SELLSMOftE
Motors
,
Finance Service Iac.. 32 W. Central; capable- et hiring and supervising 73. Auto Service baca-ap Ushts spot Ughts.fo J.hU pinto plant with the C 904 N. ORANGE AVE. PiONt2-2882
... Phone 857. sales agent Weekly Income 8100 toS1SO Park P w boiler and e closer. Cpd

Ul ,1oe QC1CJUY--Oo it *reon easily. Investment required to ALIGNMENT J 10a let 3.MOTORCI9 bdua A-I or 800 Field .daily. 100, W. Central Dial 541C -. See Cla eAH M .
fOr merrhsDdtte. For
only S10S repairs
florida start PHONE 2-4521
I 1 .e
your own sewrtty. es WRITE
east Interview writ Immediately! State a one-iton Bids Motorcycle BX. g., A .
31 w. stairway 0
Credit. 1st
pine.
of Grand Theater. Wit P. 0. Boa 451$. Miami. P1*. years Service 3 1 Grant, Seme Boat 17, CaatDxrry.



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RUBBERASPHALT
Z. Rrs:

Scout Jamboree Red Cross Board Z >R ttaadaR !'1a>: tJaatieue.ott ,

Boy wt r nI ..ra j



I : I Delegates Selected(: ;I Members Picked d 1E FLOORINGSTEWARDMELLON" CO. I !iPcHHILfZ f j'J


2201 N. Orange Phone 9668
Under of
a new policy expanded 'i
ly MORRISON C MERIAMSoxJoy __
chapter representation, five Red u
Writer
[ Sentwel-Stor Stoff
Cross volunteers will represent the
Five Boy Scouts and one Scout leader will representthe organization's Southeastern area t

Central Florida Council, Boy Scouts of America, at the on the board of governors of the

sixth World Scout Jamboree in Moisson, France, Aug. 9 American National Red Cross.

to 22. Lacy- G. Thomas, council president, announced Lloyd Orange F.County Gahr Chapter chairman'said of. yes-the ] NEW LIFE

yesterday.The terday. j
group is the largest ever there. He recently completed the The volunteers were elected to ':;ts ;- ) ,
to go to a World Jamboree from requirements for the Scouters the board during the recent an- >:
the council. Award an award taking nual Red Cross convention in
Training
I f The five Boy Stoats are Howard five years to achieve. Cleveland attended by Judge Vic- YOUR
C. Gould 17, 2195 E. GatlinAre. The three Orlando Boy Scoutsare tor Hutchins home service chairman : FOR RUGS I
.; Robert H. Stine. 14. 423 either members or former and Miss Tazyetta Coon \ )
Lake Clr. Charles W. Clark. 14. members of Troop 24 sponsored by executive director of the county I., i f 4' _., .I4a ,
319 E. Kale, Are.; Horn c. YpwelTs Young Presbyters. First chapter. ': ,
Campbell. 15. Eustls. and Lancaster Presbyterian Church which is Four were elected as chapter w.'y '' : \ THE FLOOR MASTER
C. Starke %nd. 17, Negro helping to send Stine and Clarkto representatives, and the fifth
DC Land. the jamboree. Scoutmaster is was named member-at-large.
k They. will be accompanied by Eric Bishop.
William J. Barker of Mount Dora h I Gould whose trip is. being financed Mrs.Chapter Floyd W.representatives McRae first vice-are WAY
adviser to Senior Outfit 19 and by a Florida Chain Store chairman of the Atlanta Red
the councils Lake District health Assn. award, won his right to go
I Cross Chapter; S. R. Pinley. Chattanooga 'IY
j and safety chairman. who will in council-wide competition. Son president of the Ten-
serve as jamboree Scoutmaster for : of Mrs. Herman Gould and the nessee Valley Public Power Assn.;
Region Six.which comprises North late Mr. Gould, he is a memberof
Bonnie Huff Charleston. secretary
and South Carolina. Georgia and Senior Outfit One. junior assistant of the South Carolina Power Co.. 'n'r
Scoutmaster of Troop 24,
Florida. and Dr.F. D. Patterson presidentof
Barker lived in France at one and is currently serving as commissary -' Tuskegee Ala.] Institute.Dr. .
time and was engaged in Scouting officer at Doe Lake Camp. Frank P. Graham presidentof A t
He holds the rank of Eagle Sccutwith
the University of North Caro- A
Bronze Palm.
lina, was elected member-at- ,
JACKSON'SGROCERY Stine. also an Eagle Scout ,large..
with Bronze Palm is son of Mr. i
and: MARKET and ,lIrs.Paul J. Stine. and READY FOR HAVANA: James C. Kribbs, Orlando's 1947 All- .L

.f MI core s. Mm art,Mffls Stl Clark is son of Dr. and Mrs.Her- County Heads American Father, and Mrs. Kribbs, are shown on the stairwayof _
ICeree
FOR nEE DELIYCKY ot& man T. Clark, and a Life Scout. their home here as they prepared for trip to Havana, Cuba,

NEW PHONE NO.J..UUS Campbell named alternate for I Seek Project which he received as an award. They will leave tomorrow,
the chain store association award. their 29th wedding anniversary.Orlando's .
is being sent to the jamboree bya
_ group of Eustis Scouters headed I CooperationA -It -I:
fby I Frank Palmer, neighborhood j t
t I commissioner.He is son of Mr.and I All-American Dad
step to facilitate co-operation:
Hit :Mrs. W. W. Campbell and has 1 on road and bridge projects was Yes, rug cleaning THE FLOORMASTER WAY brings back that ORIGINAL

,I I I the rank of Eagle Scout with Silver taken here yesterday by the State I BEAUTY, BRILLIANCE and SPARKLE. Why? Because your rugs
Palm. the organization's high I Off for Havana TomorrowMr.
Assn. of County Commissioners as
I
TrW-nd-Prona I est. He is senior patrol leader of it adjourned its 19th annual are cleaned with LIVE STEAM by the only FLOORMASTER rug clean-

ReBef to Sufferers ::Troop ry Zaleski.8, led by Scoutmaster Hen meeting. selected and Mrs. James C. Kribbs, 229 E. Amelia Ave., ing, machine [using both live steam and brushes] in the Orlando area. 1
Panama City was as
s Sinus I Starke.: whose father is Dr. L. place for a convention next will leave tomorrow by air for Havana, Cuba, on the three-
C. Starke, Negro physician is a March.A : day trip which Kribbs won on Father's Day, June 15, with Floor master- Service Also Includes ,
Hay Fever Second Class Scout and patrolleader resolution adopted unanim- his selection as Greater Orlando's All-American Father.

Asthma in Troop 89, sponsored by I ously by those present; asks the The trio. will be a significant one to them, for several REFRINGING REWEAVING
r the Union Baptist Church De- State Board of Administration to
Chronic CoMtipatioBPVMUlImtf Land. Scoutmaster is Charles Cus- designate "some capable person to reasons. I 3
I Not only will they be celebrating
act liaison to coordinatework Havana availabla UNDER NEWMANAGEMENT
M.r..IUr*. Eiiy as agent and around are PROOFING DEMOTHING )
sack.The Kribb's designation as this year's MOTH
to ... EMk. c..... Mace MMT 1947 jamboree designatedas of processing requests of I Following their three days in
I tab nt.ry. .....H .,,' The Jamboree of Peace will counties for construction of road outstanding father but they will Cuba, they will return by air to ,I
earl lad ef.Rnurtft. D*.*l....*t bring tog therat Moisson. 15 miles and bridge projects financed by be celebrating their 29th wedding Miami where Mrs. Kribbs said !I BINDING INSURANCE,
Tftitarat. Mali for
anniversary. They will also be taking
1
I.dfldea4! KWM .... from Paris 30,000 Boy Scouts from revenue certificates of the Florida their first.ride in yesterday they plan to visit that eteJfei. emtjoouct of
an airplaneand
State Improvement Commission the i. qiuttr WORK 1
39 nations. The United States will friends over the July 4th holiday. scjtfiCE
e.Or. r.n.It RMtU.kiM4ttr send a delegation of 1.050 Scouts. in co-operation with" the State United their States.: first trip outside the While away, their home will be PICK-UP AND DELIVERY u"ios DETAILS Out Md ,
Road Department. left in charge of one of their six .. .... mvto .. flOOft-
e...... l.f.,..K.. Along with other Boy Scouts "We're going to fill our shoe sons, Kenneth D.. 20. who arrived MASTER WAY M wtfetr '1 1I
Otis Tkto A4 red Mae Tteif from Region Six, the five Cen- Little Theater Plans to Oft****. sad .
tral Florida boys and their leader with sand so we won't mind be. yesterday with his bride of three FLOORMASTER ALSO OFFERS
ELECTRONIC NORMAL1ZEK ing off the ground" Mrs. Kribbs the former Miss Frances
I days )
LABORATPRY 17 will to Join go to the Raleigh regional N. O, July Play Production HereThe said yesterday: with a smile. I Pauline Wilson of Maryville, I I EXCELLENT I I ,E

IN NiM rWa' ... BMf.j troop. Little Theater of Orlando Temu to spend part of their STORAGE FACILITIES <
Kribbs, wholesale
....*....... n.. The troop will proceed July 19 will have try-outs for a three-act 48-year-old honeymoon here. 1i
... furniture salesman and his wile
r1. mADOtm to Camp Kilmer N. J.. where similar play. Double Trouble tomorrow at The other children are Donald
UME troops from throughout the 8 p.m. at St. Luke's Cathedral :the former Miss: Hazel Gebhart E. 28, and Gerald L. 26, both INQUIRIES INVITED, t
married June 1918 in
30 ,
were
nation will assemble for five days'
: Parish House. The public is invited married and living away from
training before boarding aU. S. to try out for parts In the Phillipsburg. Kan. where both home: Robert E. 18; James C. I.
s Army: transport at New York for play to be produced about the were reared. They have seven Jr.. 16; David W., 14, and Doris '
t the trip to France. second week in August.. All parts children and have lived in Florida Elaine. 10.Three of the sons Don; FLOORMASTER RUG CLEANERS
I are since 1920 and in Orlando since
open.Prescott 1942.' aid Kenneth and Robert, are students ;

MOTORBRAKESCLUTCHrram to ChicagoDorsey Kribbs was chosen All-American i at Maryville College. : 323 EAST KING ORLANDO PHONE 5460 ;
Father for 1947 of
by a committee I
were
I In 1900 there 175 different
Prescott is flying to
neighbor dents fender II any civic leaders headed by ROT H.
sizes of sockets for electric
of theM need attention, Juitcall us. Chicago this morning where he Ellis president of the. Clvitan lamps I
will be an alternate delegate to Club .who, said the committee I f in use In the United States.I
STIVERSPONTIACW. the Kiwanis convention. sought. to honor the 'father who I
1_ He said he may have a statement had made the most sacrifices in :
1 n C...... W.can for art eliver. Pkoat 1-ZJH to make concerning thesheriff's bringing up his children. ,I .. 1
r race upon his return. On the trip Mr. and Mrs.Kribbs I
will have their 'travel and hotel
expenses paid by Joseph P. Rut- t
land owner of Rutland's Men's f' > i -. i

I i : CHECK /WITHm $tumt1 Store since its and Inauguration sponsor of the in selection 1943..

:
.They Will leave Orlando at -:7A..6s i' of Ste m;'

'ern:51 Air ajn.Lines tomorrow transport.on an In East Miami I I ; '. epi n I II I
I
OFFICE they 'will change to a Pan
MACHINES American orIel Airways plane I
tor the flight to Havana ; I II II

When they' reach the Cuban F I
NEW AND USED capital they will receive accommodations !
r at one of the city's: best DOWN! .Way: Down!
hotels and begin a round of sightseeing I

Immediate Delivery provided as part of the trip.j I I
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Resident Members of Young Women's Community Club Enjoy Outdoor Recreation Activities



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GROUP .OF RESIDENT MEMBERS of the -ICXt Own Staff Photo: McCbum!!

Women's Community Club is pictured Corrine McKinney, Betty Bennett, Virginia

I left preparing an evening meal on the out- Drenel, Edith Lee, and Hazel Pugh. ... Taking

grill, which is a feature of the back advantage! of the club's "Learn to Swim

of club house on Wall St. Left to right campaign at right are the Misses Lois Hoff-

are the Misses Mary Jordan, Helen An- man,' Johnnie Sheffield, Hilda Sheffield,

Autumn Shannon, and Vera Smith. Helen Holmes, Mavis McKee Margaret Ellis,

the ping pong table_ above are_ the Misses_ I Jennie ,Sue Donnogan, and Doris Donnagan. .. -


I Miss Ruth Ulinor Pierce Miss Lilian/ McLeod H Completes !I Miss Morgan ( Mrs. Hoeqttist; :Miss Bass I



Becomes Bride; o f A. L.Yates Jf. j Set Plans for Wedding to Jerry RossOf ; Gives Plans Hostesses at Coffee- FridayMrs. :


The First Presbyterian.Church or. She wore a gown of I wide social interest throughout -f Orlando Country Club at 8:30' For LeRoy Hoeqquist J;. and beth NewaM Danttf Tetter.

here *as the scene of the beautiful taffeta" arid net fashioned I I Central Florida is the forth-I o'clock. I Marriage Miss Laura Bass were joint hostesses I Nancy Layton Betty Shirley. Bar-
Since the announcement of MissMcLeod's bara Sweartngen. Im Swearteten.EUnore .
candlelight ceremony: Saturday to the bride's gown. Her headdress I Miss Louise coming marriage of Miss 1 Miss'? Dorothy Morgan daughter i I Friday when they enter- ,
few weeks Voorhia Htaabeto
I engagement a Winn.
&ttht when Miss Ruth Elinor was a bandeau of blue i j Mr. and Park Mrs.to McLeod, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ago her calendar has been filled ;of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Morgan of I 'tained with, a coffee at Miss Bass' Gloria Barnom. Ann Browning,

Pierce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. pink; flowers, and she carried son of Mr. and I Lucius B. McLeod. to Jerry Ross, with a round of pre-nuptial events ,17 E. Muriel Ave., has announced I :home at 624 Richmond. ; Clcona Asher. Mary Jean Saun
K. Palmer Pierce of this city became ,cascade bouquet of pale pink I j of Orlando, son pf the late Mr. Eddie Ross I which will continue through this!I'plans for her forthcoming: mar- : Assisting Mrs.- Hoequist and, den. Manic Brokaw, Jean Yoth-
the bride of Alva Lofton nations. i week. The rehearsal dinner party I Miss Bass were: Mrs.: Jimmie Davis: ers, Margaret Baugh and Ettnore
8 and the late Mrs. Mary Rock
Vain Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. A.I I Bridesmaids included Miss Barbara i at pjn.at I the night before the wedding will :riage to Eugene Burns Jr., son of I:and the Misses Ann Turner Alice Pierce.
L. Yates.also of this city. Ann Davis and Miss i iI > of Winter Tinker, which will be an event of I be given by Miss McLeod's aunt ,Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Burns of Pine :Steed. Mary Brinkman Anne Car- Dorothy Yates. Betty Coaffia,

The ceremony was performed by Arnette. The former wore a i I' held immedi- July'8, at 7:45 pm.. in the rectory i and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Harry I'Castle en July 4 at 7:30 pm. in ter, Colleen Kenney, Judy Meredith -I Eleanor Compton, Virginia Allen
Dr. Marshall C. Dendy. ministerof I of lavendar taffeta and net, j of St. James Catholic Church. N. Dickson. at their home on Park the St. Church. I Elizabeth Ricker, Pat Patti- and her houseguect, Jeanne Mil
the church, before an altar I headdress of purple flowerscarrying ceremony at Rt. Rev. Msgr. John J. Bishop will I Lake Circle. I Delaney Baptist !' shall. Carolyn Carleton and Mary I ler. Joyce Ammennan. Catherine.
banked with palms Interspersedwith a cascade bouquet of I rl Alumni House.I officiate in the presence of the i Tomorrow evening Miss Barbara The double-ring ceremony will !II'i Eartlum. j Hoequist Betty Bird, Margaret
i Miss Arnette wore a are invit- immediate families. j Lane will entertain for Miss Mc- be performed by the Rev. Marvin I
candelabra with lighted tapers I asters. I The guest list included: the ;, Bailey Frances McCall. Judy Hin-
and decorated with white of nile green taffeta and net formal invita- i Miss McLeod has chosen her I Leod. with an after-dinner coffee I'I C. Swicegood. Nuptial music will Mmes. J. Louis Lamberton. Jim-! ton, Elizabeth Haley Lois Anne
peonies and gladioli II I carried a cascade bouquet of I Ii i sister. Mrs. Robert E. Smith, as I, to be held at her home on Con- !be furnished by Miss Virginia Carter role Copps, Ray Bailey George!!I Stevens. Barbara Maurer. Mar-
Preceding the service. Margaret I!i carnations and lavendar been compli matron of honor and her other: cord Ave. On Tuesday Mrs. M. J. I soloist, and Mrs. W. C. Walker Balfour, Oscar Williford Jr. Ray !, garet Phipps. Ann Turner and
Carter George organist., played I I Her headdress was of pink I of parties sister. Miss Adelaide McLeod, and | Carroll is having luncheon guests accompanist.Mrs. W. Rouse, Dean L. Heaton. Rol- her houseguest, Lucy Harrison.
the traditional wedding music. I i lavendar flowers. of her en- her sister-in-law, Mrs. L. B. Mc- in the bride-elect's honor at her I Emery Suns, Jr., Miss Mor ,; land Heaton. Edmund Allen M. L. I, Sally Parks Barbara Jean Morgan.
and also accompanied Joe Pro- i!i The flower girl and niece of weeks ago. Leod Jr.. win act as bridesmaids. home in Waterwitch. gan's sister, win be her. matronof Cox, Harry Radcliffe Andrew!i Nelle Carter, Dorothy Porter
pies, soloist. I I bridegroom little Diane I Mu Alumnae Harold Beardall. son of Mr. and Dr and :Mrs. Harold Beardall honor. Archibald, Freddie Caldwell James Jane Moorman Martha Helen
The bride given In marriage bYI wore a dress of pink taffeta at 'a surprise Mrs. William M. Beardall. will be have asked a group of friends .to ), Acting as best man for Mr. I' O. Willo%, Ernest Huppel, Tommy !I i KIng Virginia Blanton. Nancy
her father wore a gown of net. trimmed with powder ': of Mrs. E. T. best man. and groomsmen are+ their beach house at New Smyrna Burns will be Carl Winegard and Ravenscroft Edgar Holcomb Jr.,I I:: Dendy, Betty Dot Galbraitb. Eleanor -
calla latin and net. which featured 'II bows and carried a nosegay j Max 'Millitzer 'and L B. McLeod. Beach on Thursday in honor of''ushers will be J. M. Smith Rich- i John A. Ruthven, Donald Smith;! Newell. Sue Newell. Kitty
a long ,fitted bodice with mixed flowers. j entertained Jr.Following Miss McLeod and her fiance and ard Macy, Bill Walker and Bud and Eugene Kelsey in. II CaHanan. Jo Ann Cloud Beverly
square scalloped neckline and I Best man for the and relatives the ceremony Mr. and on Saturday Miss'Sylvia Meischis Wslker. I The Misses Jackie Lewis MadgeSlaughter. Burcham Jolie Wheeler Beverly
scalloped peplum the long sleeves was Gordon Glenn and ushers a buffet supper I Mrs.McLeod are entertaining with entertaining! with a luncheon at AU friends of both families are Jane McLemore, Char- Whitfield. Barbara Davis Annette
rndinr: In a point over each wrist. cluded Allyn C. Ferguson. and Mr. I a large reception to be held at the her home In Sanford. \
: -- invited to attend the wedding. lotte Scott, Betty Abbott Smith Peter, Mary Jane Peter, Rita Cal
The full net skirt which ended Ammerman and Robert Ellis. During the past several neb Louise White. Elizabeth Allen, lanan. Peggy Gatewood. Patricia
In a train was gathered to the I The bride's mother'chose j Winter Park, Miss Morgan has been feted at anumber Jeanne Osbun. Betty Murchison, Jones Leila Lan*. Elsie McCoy
basqd bodice. Her fingertip yell of egg shell crepe '
I gown has been R !of: parties. ah Joan Carrigan. Anne Allen.Gene Virginia ChappeU. BootMeTKeffip*
of illusion,was fastened a coro1jjet whicbrshe wore pink glovesand .
complimented, 6 Caswell. Bobble Lane Lee Huttigr, Joan Scott PatJidl""l'UrtJtHarnet
son. i
\ of orange blossoms.. She car- corsage of pink rosebuds and purple '
wer,and mem- Betty Kennedy Barbara Cbith Virginia Bennett,
Sipple.
sho..nouquet of white' as t e r a. The :
.:tied a j Young People' Lillian McLeod and her houseguest Suzie Chulsano.
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purpleI mother of rose CaseDonesky.Wedding
ftrdrnias. centered with a wore a gown
throated orchid and showered 1 and a corsage of orchid I Baptist Church Jane Fisher. I Dorothy Davidson, Margaret
with lilies of the valley. She also I carnations. .and her Marjo Dukes Elizabeth Ann Ann. MarshaB. Ruth Ann Pierce
I and kitchen Set Brelsford. Zuleim Asher, Juanita Nell Abt+erger, Virginia Cheney
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carried an heirloom linen hand-t Following ceremony I
'I entertained with I of Mrs. A. W. .g I Ault Betty Ann Balthrop. Ann Elaine Etslstetn, Brttoer BJert>e,
lace. bride's parents
kerchief edged in rosepolnt 1 j
i! S Masek Barbara Reppard, EliZa- Mary Finley.r .
and
Mrs. Allyn C. Ferguson of Ann i reception in the church
Arbor. Mlcru was her sister's matron ''Assisting in serving were 'a'I", .i Monday NightMiss t

of honor and wore. a gown Mmes. Mavis Glenn. Julia 1 Kathryn Grace Case, I \
:'of powder blue taffeta and net.1 I S. B- Miller. Donald Smith. ) a as bTi
'fashioned along the same lines as Miss Katherine Grey.. Miss II i Y M a, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert '
:the bride's gown. She wore pinkttorts I I Cooper kept the bride's book. I' q W. Case of this city win become i
and a headdress of carnations i I When the couple left on '1 :4 } the bride of Peter William J;
and net. Her cascade bouquet I I ding trip in the State the r'
of Mr. and Mrs.
celanese suit esky son 1
was ol pink and blue camaJtlon !I wore an aqua : Don-I :
; *. :I, white straw hat and white : Donesky of British Columbia,
Miss Dorothy Yates sister of the series and a corsage of white Sigma Kappa ada Monday at 8 p.m. at the I 'A sx
bridegroom, the maid of hon- chids. f fI t
was '
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Vith a cola Elder F. W. Avery officiating. }

at the A program of nuptial music
Wells on
Coo Irving win be given by Mrs. Leland Wood. I''<
organist. Miss Virginia Westcott ]
I included the soloist and a male quartet which j jwill
Ann McKen- !I
include Vernon Kirstein. Wil-
Helen Betty Carstens Marie V %' liam Kirstem, Dr. George Winters !j tiii t
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Mary High- i
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Fleming. Louise I
Emily Pruitt. $. 4 4 &4c attendants Mrs. Harold Reisen as i II 8c
matron of honor. Miss Margaret
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Betty Rober-
: j Putnam and Miss Barbara Putnam -
Sand. Bet-
bridesmaids and Alice r
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I Burgust,, Elaine 'ar.,,.;%; ,. rv,;f',.<,.: ;,' Putnam as flower girl. Bonnie and
Betty Rudisaile will be train bear- ':
were the ers, and Lanny Collins will be the \
Carter Merrill paige. Frances Brown and Marcia ; A
O. Frederick. _
Walters will light the tapers.
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J. Gilbert
L. A: ,. Clarke Best man for Mr. Donesky will ;'!
1 be Harold Risen and Phillip Raab
,Thomas Leon- '
I and VerleRudisaile win be ;
Victor Roberts 6 I groomsmen. Ushers win include 1 4
Stephen Keene Phillip Morton and Ralph Woer-
Misses Kath- ;A'"'!h;''',;

Betty Walker. MRS. DALLAS EDWARD DUPPENTHALER I ner. ; { A' %

nuptials held in Winter Garden. Missionary

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Club and of the In Double Ring Ceremony MISS PATRICIA JEAN UNDERWOOD
this week Miss Mary Evelyn Fredenburg .
betrothal told
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t The Methodist Church of }ment was a string of pearls t I Baptist missionary appointee to
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Club
Women's ter Garden was the scene WIn-I! gift of the bridegroom. Nigeria South Africa will be hon 6-
at 1:30
Officers'pan. wedding of interest ) Mrs.Dean Engstrom matronof I guest tomorrow when the .Wo1 Miss\ Underwood Air. Williams

there will be Central Florida Wednesday night j honor and bridesmaids were 1 lor, Missionary Union of the ,
of the Air hen :Miss Charlotte Elizabeth ,Miss Mary Dinwiddie of Tennes- First" Baptist Church entertains
in the Main Roper, daughter of Mrs: B. H. see. Miss Patricia Guy of Jacksonville with a tea from 3:30 to 4:30 pjn. To Marry Here Next Saturday
Miss Sarah Elizabeth
in the Delaney classroom.
1 I'Roper and the late Mr. Roper, became '
bridge for McMillan and Mrs. Booker Roper. Miss Fredenburg; win leave for Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. under- I dent at North Carolina State College -
the bride of Dallas Edward
gowned alike in white
from 8 They were
PAGE. BUSSELLS guests Nigeria in the Fan. I wood are announcing the engagement in Raleigh where he is a
of M?. and Mrs.E. colonial
::1u1Ri Main Lounge Duppenthaler,son marquisette dresses of : An offering will be taken at
t ;hal of- Follies R. Duppenthaler of Tacoma, design, with a bertha of sell the tea for the purpose of helping I and approaching marriage of member of Phi Kappa Tau fra
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Club. The double ring ceremony was shoulder neckline. They also wore supplies for three years in Nigeria. Charles S. Williams Jr. son of Mr. tile engtn ripi. He served with

Junior League:Plans Under waf performed Jacksonville by Dr., assisted Rembert by A. Guyof the carried matching bouquets halo headdresses of Briarcliff and All ladies of the church are and.Mrs. Charles Slocum Williams the Naval Air Corps for three yean
invited to attend. of KIngs Mountain. N. C,
There is also Rev Jessie Waller. overseas duty. Mr. Wlfeams is a

:for Revival, of follies Dec. 6 account the dues for of the the graced Lighted the tapers sanctuary in, and candelabra Easter' were roses.Flower Phil' girls Sharon attending McGehee the bride! the bride. The table, covered with July odist The Church at.wedding 5 pjn in:: at Orlando.will the First take Meth-place nephew organist of of Dr.Knowie Herman Memorial Siewert.

for run- lilies peonies and white gladioli daughtet of CoL and Mrs. Tom K.: a cloth of imported lace, was cen-
< Outstanding among the social funds for Uie various projects t well as for the adorned the altar. The chancelwas I McGehee of Alabama. and Mist I tered with a tiered wedding cake Miss Underwood attended the. Chapel, Roffins College, Winter
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in entertainment features' of the the league.'but' at the same by its ,members I banked with palms. Beverly 'Davis daughter of Dr. flanked with silver candelabra.After University of California for' her Park.
Winter-season wffl le' the Junior will present the best local conference.. The program of nuptial music I II and Mrs. David Davis of Tennessee the reception the couple freshman year and has attended
for the two
League Follies which the Junior available}gto, residents of I sheet. I was given by Mrs. L. A. Arnold, Their -dresses were- of imported left on a short wedding trip. In Rollins College past her Johnsott-Sher
League of Orlando has scheduled Florida. projects which organist.. Mrs. Carl Zimmerman. white' organdy over lace- August they will go to Seattle, years. Just having completed
for Saturday. Dec. 6. I The philanthropic work of I. the community 1 violinist, and Miss Patricia Guy trimmed.taffeta. kJtd they carried Wash. where Mr. Duppenthaler Junior year there.She is a and member' Wedding A nnoun dI

j >* *. Page Bussens, an active'Yorker j Junior League is wen known I as the radio I of Jacksonville, soloist.>> nosegays of pink roses and lilies win attend the. University of ,of jored Alpha in fine Phi sorority arts. Her parents ma- I Miss Irving Schaknan of Brooklyn -
in the league and othertivic i this community as well as in ,which will,i Given in marriage byher of the valley. Washington.
r organizations, has been appointed cities of the United States, I year; Children's t brother Frank Booker Roper the Acting, as- .best man for.the Out-of-town guests included: :have just recently arrived from I New York ia today announcing -
Underwood is
chairman of the event I IJith and Canada. It represents a j! Service. Bureau bride wore a traditional white bridegroom was ,Dr. David Davisof Mrs. O. F. May of.Quincy; Mrs. Arabia where Mr. I the marriac*+ of her sister, Miss
,,Mrs. Chester Whittle serving' ous endeavor on the part of t op' this Sum- I satin gown with a sweetheart Tennessee: and. the ushers in* Tom McGehee and Phil Sharon 'ican connected Oil Co.with Before the Arabian returning Amer-to Ida Sher, of New' York and Orlando -
is co-chairman. Together with a I young women members to I i the'COlored neckline, full length sleeves end- eluded Bert Edward Roper. Char- of Alabama; Mrs. C. W. Dinwid- Arabia in the FaIl they will visit to Smith Charles Johnson,
other projects in her hands anda les McMillan Jerry Brown and die and Miss Mary DinwiddJe of
large committee of league members -: active and.eonstruc\.re factors ing points over ,
:at their former home in California. con of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. PerrY.
community ac- full length train.Her veil which Jack Kirkland of Melbourne..Mrs. Tennessee; Dr. and Mrs. David :
they.;are laying' the groundwork the community, to be ,Mrs. Underwood's sister is Mrs. of this city: which was held in a.
for the Follies. .. citizens,and to assist In support. Each had been worn by her cousin;Mrs. Bert Roper mother of the Davis and Beverly Davis of Ten-
j The enUre production,under the human welfare through to give volun- Dean Engstrom. was of bridal illusion bride chose a gown of pink taf- nessee: Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Kirk- !Joseph Cannon of this city and the quiet ceremony here Friday. topoints ,
Direction of Jerome Cargill will be service. project under- and fell from a coronet of feta. Her corsage was of sweet- land Miss Joanne Kirkland, and I bride-elect is a granddaughter of After a brief wedding trip
lilies of the valley: Jack Kirkland of Melbourne: and Mrs. W. C. Weir and the late Jlr.i I of interest in the State s
=: to the successfulFQllles' 1 The projects of the league and assist in lace and seed pearls. She carrieda heart roses and
lUniiat
win return to Orlando s
presented by the league prior to'supported by the funds raised, 1 :organi. shower bouquet of roses and Following the ceremony, a reception Mrs. Dean Engstrom off Chapel i Weir of Orlando. ,the ceuple
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the war; It wm not only provide, the l'Ub cbleb' are kept In lilies of the valley. Her only orna- *as held at the home of Hill N. C. The bride-groom-elect a F

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; Page 18 Syr nntag! Music Academy '

Made to orden:

P :Miss MowerySets Auxiliary/ Unit June Concert ,


R I Circle Monday Night ; '
Nuptials Sewing Suntans "S:1:

1 Hk h F" The Orlando Academy of Music
j WednesdayMrs. Holds Meeting\ will present a June concert of I

Jullan Ginn of Winter Park t tF The Sewing Circle of the Amer- studio.sonss tomorrow at 8 p.m. at the So you're going to take a tanning!

announcing plans for the Is today The program as : bottled insurance for '
forthcoming marriage of her A all-day meeting Thursday at 1. O Little Or T. Blue Don _u_ Our Well here's
granddaughter. Miss Dolores Mow- the home of Mrs. Melvin Herrick. Lot Wu One A Little BoyLa Force I mind!
ery. also of Winter Park to Wayne Co-hostesses Ole nil a Davis your holiday pease-af- '
St.
Lauterberg of Orlando, formerly 2630 Elizabeth Frank Bateman.C. 2. Bont Indian Selected LOT* Can_. Commit_. ..___Unknown_ Trim I < _
Ind son of Mr. and were the Mmes.
cf Ft. Wblt.
Wayne. Flrda Bell
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3. The Cowan
Mrs. Albert Lauterberg of Ft. .T. Walker and Marie N. Taylor. At Dawnlnt Swallows________ :,.--- Cadman I ,
Wayne.An I Ir Those present included the Mary Blthtat ,
Informal wedding will beheld t 4. Where'er you walk _h__...._ Handel'I'
) Mmes. Anna E. Ingram. Estelle N. There Is m ,- Purcell i
Wednesday at 6:45: p.m. at al'trd7 iD I I favorite of
the Methodist Church of Winter .. Ehman A. C. Hoober Lily Mae 5. Oh Lovely Mcbt __no .__ Ronald Fragrant, promoters
Park with the Rev. Kenneth Rogers Wrennlck I. C. Ensley L. C. Because of Beverley Ton -.Vowler--- Grace Putnam I 1 all the smart golden girls! We'vean

6. SolvtU's _________, Oriel '
officiating.Miss Hogue V. E. Slough L. Barnes Leld of lotions to
win be In I Love Thee _______u______. Gnu array sun-tanning
Mowery given Wilhelm Frank Audette, Mary Ann Miller I
marriage by her uncle, M. E. Ginn Bessie 7. Narcissus .. ..... Kevin1 i! encourage beautiful golden, bronze
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Jr. of Winter Haven and Mrs. R. 1 Jessie G. Smith M. C. Thomas Babernara ____u.._____ suet I '
Dorothy Brook I tans without the fear of burning your i
S. Salter Jr.. will be matron of Charles Coffin. Louie Felter Ed- 8. When I Bar Sane My Son s I i
honor. O. B. DuBois Jr., of Winter .., ward Mathews T. G. Lee Louis E. Lassie O' Mine __Charlet wait : skin! Take your sunshine the glamourway r
Park will be best man for Mr.Lau- Vail Ted Crawford Norman Hickey Martin nh Irwin and insure 'ourself against a '
9. Cashmlrl __ __
Sony Finden
terberg. n ? '
Charlotte Ina Tice Eva To ily LOT _________
All friends of the couple are Incited Lane Don McAllliter: Lonr >I Fourth of July burn!
Spencer. Herbert Harbin Herman 10. Temple Bella ___
to the wedding. Lovell. Maxwell Wells Mary Hart- Till I Wake ______uu___---.mra___ Finden Fiasco i'

man. Mildred Mead Smith and 11. Ate Maria Mary.._Jo___Wiener b_ ____ SchubertBow I
the t1"ti the Misses Marjorie Bateman and Wondrous it -must be __ Rle j'1 CHARLES OF THE RITZ SUN BRONZE by
j : n Annie Ross. Jean Summers 1 Smooth Tan Cream 1.00 CHARLES OF TIlE r
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G On Wednesday the auxiliary was The Star _nu_ RoienFlorence Smooth Tan Oil ,1.09 RITZ. contains re-

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;j a n Legion Home following a short -' _?Mauanet Tanning Oil ._,......___ .1.0f greasy surface.
1t business meeting. Margaret Nicholson Sunburn Cream [bottle and tube] .1.60 3.50
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1 -\t During the evening prizes were Love's Clover Waltin''n___BrowneHMy Herb I Suntan Lotion ......_. .l.ot
OU 1 \ won by the Mmes. Maxwell Wells Carolyn Mays: HELENA RUBEXSTEIN
\ S1 Herbert Charlotte 15. Oh! That W* Two Were
O Harbin. Lane MaJID.Nuh. Liquid Sunshine {containing An prices plus Us
t .. 1 c."' I. C. Ensley M. C. Thomas, Emma Ooodnitht Beloved _____---. Kevin insect repellant .6k. 1JO t
\ It Oclarns Louie Vail Lillian Austin. Betty Jean Jackson 1
18. My Desire ___.__ XJrorrtnor
t ',_ Charles Coffin J. C. Miller and My Lexer's A Fisherman Uhh? Strickland: TUSSYEmulsified Suntan Lotion .r_._..._.. .50c, 1." of
the Misses Frances Meroult and Virginia Caner. Suntan Oil SOe'-
All thi 4tr.emlia.d'Oraco of a Charlotte Robinson and Patrick Miss Linda Jo Thomas young SPORTSMANSuntan

VwbU-tnd c "oo-ofl the paddling"CM. I Lynch and J.' E. Rockwell.of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .E. G. Oil _-....-.-.-.-. .1.00
Ytt tills 17ft. Crvmmon aluminum Thomas of Daytona visiting her (Containing insect repellant] fi fr
I fquorAttrn job brings yoa t Jacksonville: Mrs. Hazel Ball aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Pat TAR-TAN 595 ;
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All of Neptune Beach; Mr. and Mrs.J. Patterson at their home on Gore JAN BY JANTZENCosmetic 59e bn
'the thrills of,cg'boordlna tool
T. Hancock of West Palm Ave. A of friends
i group young I
them j
__ elvmSnvm" =3 25 to 50% fchttr : :: .:: .: Beach; and Mrs. Munroe Griffin will attend a lawn party in her Bar Street Floor )
- ordinary canoes er outboard\ boots of Neptune Beach. honor on Tuesday. I
.that lock Jh twktvthWun fMturast I :___
i petdl$tot 5 mph with moton vp: < a t ::,. t-

.to Stt lip.luJWn elManks for p/wi/ MRS. OLIVER WENDALL GRIFFIN '

9of.tybfo: .;olt'or fresh wotr yl.f her marriage announced. e
__ '. hoIc"of e lonT Prim from $1 ai *
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I Estelle Kirtley, daughter of Mr. softly rounded high neckline ; ".

I :and Mrs. E. O. Kirtley of this city [With a bertha effect created by ...4I
--- to Oliver Wendall Griffin, also of the use of narrow ruffles of em- ; -
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I broidered organdy. The voluminous -: I ".i y \ 5v"i .
Orlando was an event of Saturday ,
sleeves were gathered at the .
I i i j ,9tme afternoon at the Park Lake ) wrist. Her fingertip veil of Illusion ; \ \
Presbyterian Church with Dr. ;
was held in place by a coronet :
Marshall C. Dendy officiating at WcJ. o.Q S'
of seed pearls. She carried a ou.h
& .ti the double-ring ceremony. !I shower bouquet of white carnations : ; .
i The candle-lighted church was and tuberoses. Her : ,'
gladioli
i DJ Hobby; decorated with tall baskets of .
only ornament was an heirloom : : # .; :
white gladioli and dahlias and p .
House string .of pearls. : ." S.. :
palms. Traditional wedding music Mrs. Barbara Laveck ,was her .
I 111S East Colonial Drive was rendered by Miss Ruth Jurni- j sister's matron of honor, and worea : f ? "
la CttlonialtownCte i gans organist I gown of pink organza fashioned lAo ft, ,oUM-Wt.j' (.;t 401J1.. : : :
i Saturday Aft,,..... j The' bride escorted by her father 'with a long fitted bodice trimmed ,
r wore a wedding gown of white with self ruffles cap sleeves anda j ,
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gloves and carried a bouquet of '
deep purple and pink asters. S.
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of blue Little bride organza Nancy was flower dress Kirtley girl with and sister match-worea of t1( lO tt u.Q1 wct.r S iTLk '

ing bonnet and carried a basketof i

rose petals. i,, o Q II
IE Ji Monroe Griffin Neptune Beach ,
: : was his brother's best man. ,I ':" (
The bride's mother wore an .J) (
American Beauty crepe afternoon ". Ct\\tX. i
f fi dress with white accessories anda _:. .. 1
: corsage of white rosebuds while ; ." ..;"'- :. TsiTTtcs
i the bridegroom's mother was attired -' ':; ---.'Y.' \ :
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oou'lj, JtnJ d and a flower hat a corsage of ";; t' '

ft pink rosebuds completing her cos I i.--. ,. :.., : .1- .' .
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Following the ceremony a reception -I "
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the bride's parents where the i i iI
bride's table,was centered with a

pe't'Tec.t fo Yel three-tiered by flower wedding arrangements.cake flanked As-- I I


were sisting the Mrs.Mmes.Kirtley W. S. in Terrell.serving D. :, : .... .... .
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R. E. Kirtley
L. Asher and ;
Miss Becky Kirtley. \NTNNjj//1/T/
When the couple left on their :
wedding trip the bride wore a
"ff two piece white silk gabardinesuit ) :
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couple, and will an reside orchid at corsage.their lake The J I ':: ; :

cottage.Heights.Cypress Manor, Keystone :

Out-of-town guests for the wedding Similar to .: J .
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Included Lt. Cot and Mrs. WtutraUol -

Robert E. Kirtley and Judy and t, .
t JVe will be open Wednesday and closed Carol Kirtley, of Gafney, S. C.: ) S /"-

all day Friday and Saturday Mrs. Walter Thomas Jr. of Tam- i .: '
pa; Mr. and Mrs. W. J DeMers I

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jackets. 10 to 42.

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,- I 1 End-of-Month. _Clearance! Drastic. reductions \y :; slacks as you like them! Teqra cloth strut.*

I I ter cloth or rayon gabardine i in gold aqua
of merchandise from our regular stock. Don't miss this : lime, luggage or brown. Sizes 12 to 20. *,

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great event! Tomorrow is the last day! ;

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Young-Carter ; r Orlando, Florida June 29, 1947 z1jr.1 ihm&nj! Snttbtrl-S'tar( Pagan

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Nuptials Held .: Ida Johnson Betrothed Group Leaving

i i To /.B. Livingston Jr. ."r"a ....... eC ..

In Louisiana ChatterBy ,! FSrK PrMfcHtrtM Cfcurefc ate
., A i i, Mrs. Lola Johnson of Keystone leavfec Unmu..A" Mamntt.. >,, '

-'Miss Birdie T. Carter, I !Heights announces the engagement '
daughter CYNTHIADid C_ to at..1IIe Wcnan a Ajuutt-
\, of :Mrs. J.p. Carter of Haines City.I and approaching marriage Training acted of Uw P'sof -
;/ and Dr.John J.Young, son of Mrs. we say the other day that her daughter. Ida, to John B i ary bytenan US Churcb, Mr M W.

i O. L. Young of. Natchitoches. La. %; :.: (. RUTH SMITH was a woman of Livingston Jr., of Orlando who is '!Boor. pretdevt of Uw oral auaii-

j-were married recently in the parK i. i ;:.."i.t.;. >. ., her WORD? She's a woman of a now a junior at the University of ary. Mrs. Curler. V. South Mi,.
sonage ol the Natchitoches Meth- ..F....,": ,:: million of 'em..Actually, each Florida. ,T. J. W..... Mrs. Watt McC*
fvodist Church" The Rev. DC W. > word of her ten page letter delighted i i The wedding will be an event of The Training School wfti .ft* to
Poole officiated at the ceremony. us, and to bring you up to
? ; AujtupT: in Keystone Heights. session JuK 1.7 I
*s The bride was attired in a white I f 1' date with the latest doings of the "w'
*_ eyelet dress with. which she wore two Ruths. Maguire and Smith. in 1
C white gloves and black accessories. I } I the Big Town, we'll tell you that wins AND MOTHEU Of OUMUNO MM "
5. Her hatas milaw black lace .. in addition to all the other things .
; straw. Her corsage was ol red ",' .. ; they've been doing, they have attended ALCOHOLISMSKUttfaBr
rose buds. I v sessions of the annual con- .'

;f } Mrs. H. Ralph Todd of Natchi- vention of the General Federation .:\<.: TnoM OM Wwk .! IItIfhIJaIiII

toctes was the bride's only attend- t:; ><. > .. I of Women's Clubs as well as get- WHITE Wnt CROSS He ....HOSPITAL......
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,? ant. She dhow a sheer print of ting an international on 280 Central A...... St. htenleeg PIa.
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at Lake Success. They
Nary blue and white and wore '''':: .. I things l
.. heard speeches in the General Assembly :
r white accessories Her corsage was : .1 I x .
t of white rose buds. < 'l; .- and barged around here set --

f Acting as best. man for the i and there poking their inquisitivenoses j jR
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in various private rooms at :'
f bridegroom was O. L. Young :i.i ..: '. ji I Ij MT Oataafe V NIlMt t t
I : : Lake Success.: i I If INVESTIGATE IB{ PWW fctt tt taa =
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r Jr.After a wedding trip to Alexandria } 1if ',' ) Tuesday was the the morning big day Ruth at II I &. tee yw wipurposes. .S..1.1t M ha t/tn.i
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La., Houston Tex., Silver : j Federation. radio then I Ton will Hud aoUiai ..,. ptMMMl iris e w i" Uau.K.
Smith more people
Sprints and Daytona Beach the .'>. /. t u she and saw Ruth Maguire had lunchat 3ftr I Outside \EXETUN 6'LLCDSF.B.A.. TMM. COI lit MM ........
couple will make their home in i I
: : the Commodore with the Press
Montgomery. Ala. where Dr. :/'<. ? and Publicity group, just a few
Young is on the staf{ of the Vet- ;-: ;:>" .-.. -. : a thousand apparently! At two- ADAMS VENETIAN BLIND suva

erans Hospital. i. thirty there was a radio forum / .
Members of the family and "with questions. 'surprisingly intelligent >1S W. Central OrU 4* rfcMM s-freer Poet 104 ,
frieoeb attended the ceremony. :I : ;, from the floor. On the ..t
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Mn. Young is a graduate of :e.. : ). : : i panel were ANNE HARE Mc'- p. .S : -- ---- -
tfee Httwc City High School and :: J;:;>::::?it,..=<;v.-: ? : .. &I'ii.i'V' >Iii' CORMICK [absolutely tops so .5 *
hM made her home in Orlando 'MRS. THOMAS N RUSS JR. smart so fair-minded and so ,
for the past several years where darned authoritative] I. A. R. ,
the former Elsa Caroline Mink. DINNERWARE
talked like
he wa associated with the Kit- .A.. : Wylie. the author r
<>: WARRENE PIPER British, a. I
tfcwcr Co. very
Realty XRIJSSiIillk
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Dr. Young attended Northwestern quite witty and sharply bitter I -- d Y 1 I We have a large selection: of Open Stock patterns i

Stole Cottage in Natchitoches Nuptials Held JUDGE DOROTHY KENYON It MISS LILLIAN MARIE CONSTANTINO I 10.000 pieces in 10 Patterns! Mate {

sad received his MX, degree from [strangest hair-do grey, stiff hair is bride-elect of the early Fall. I up your own sot for 4. S, a. or 12 ttttngs. r

TUtene University. He served with Oakland Church cut buster brown style high, flut- I ,:: ,vAliss I Gifts for the June Bride and other tpto cns.i ,
but
tAe Army Mrdkal Corps and was Friday at tery voice quite witty quite

CMtftHa for two years. judiced opinionated! and and LOUISE just a LEONARD mite pre- Constantino Engaged i! THE CHINA MART z
The First Presbyterian Churchof Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mink of Oakland -
WRIGHT, smart, handsome and
Only about MO natives remained Oakland was the scene of the became the bride of Thomas cold Their 'Are .
in topic was I Florida Largest China and (iliUl... R...
France when
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To Thaddeus
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wedding Friday night when Miss j N. Russ Jr. son of :Mrs. C. C.Davis Women Failing to use their powerto ,
liberated from the Nazis in I
May. 1949. I Elsa Carolin Mink daughter of i of Winter Garden and T. N. Russ, Prevent War5 They were introduced i 441-443 North Orcro?. AT.
-- ---- ---- i the Rev. F. W. Widmer ministerof by MRS. ARTHUR Mr. and Mrs. Celfstino Con- {the early Fall, plans to be. announced -
II the church performing the HAYS SDLSBERGER. N. Y. stantino of 800 Lakemont Ave.. later. -
ceremony. Times owner, as of course the Winter Park are today announcingthe I The bride-elect graduated from Mg

? ..;j it. I.'i-a The altar of the church was Times sponsors" 'What's on Your engagement of their daughter -|Winter Park High School, and was .
; ... :decorated 'with tall baskets of ;Mind' After seeing Annie Lillian Marie, to Thaddeus H. I I assistant dress designer for Juli .e)} .' -0.'" x
;JEQ Get Your Gun one night they Siemienski, of : :( .
white gladioli and dahlias with a son Mr. and Mrs. ette Originals in Palm Beach.
.:"1 background of tall palms and went to lindys. Says Ruth. Stanley Siemienski of Baltimore, ,' Mr. Siemienski is connected with pL:
.tx "heaven knows we weren't hungrybut
greenery. White candles in seven- :AId I the Coral Beach Club of Palm m'f
q our waiter took such a paternal -
branch candelabra lighted the I I The wedding! will be an event of Beach 1
interest in us, we kept order-
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} scene. ( ing to make him happy, and he .;'
The program of nuptial music would gleefully run back to us : diiector for Columbia University I The phrase "cotton is king" was _- ...
r 1 ,was given by Mrs. B. R. .Briley. few minutes pointing out r coined
every i Press and Ruth met her when she by Sea James H. Hammond -
organist and Miss Patricia Minkof another celebrity who had ar- I speaking in the U. S. Senate
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Orlando soloist. I rived. They seated us right in the March 4, 1856. CLOSED FOR VACATION
Given in marriage-her father, middle so we were in a fine position -. vacation last Spring. .. Today the I ...-----
the bride wore a gown of white I to see everything. Lindy I I two Ruths regretfully catch the .
marquisette over satin fashionedwith himself told the head waiter to train for home, and after tomor- I Use ::
sweetheart neckline full I let us in. right ahead of a jammed I i row they can tell you the rest' I,
We'll 4th with .utssad-
bishop sleeves fitted bodice and waiting line. I guess we looked I 1 themselves. In a coupla' thousand -I BUTANEA reopen on August mere {
back bustle of marquisette from wide-eyed and he was'feeling Boy ecstatic words! i -
which fell a full skirt to end in a I Scout pains." I!I 000i I I Good Clean Economical ing toys, games, model-craft, and outdw .i'-
sweeping train. MYRT TALLEY of Philadelphia -I I i MARGARET and MAC M'JOR- and Odorless Gas ,
Her fingertip veil of illusion formerly of Orlando spent : DAN and Margaret's brotherinlaw Fuel at a Price You Can ment to make your playtime tops in fwi.
with scalloped lace edge was held the day with them Thursday. and and sister. MR. and MRS. W. Afford for COOKING
In place by a coronet of 'orange that afternoon they even took in G. LOEFFLER of Evanston, ill, HEATING, WATER
I T; ,, blossoms. She wore a single strandof the Stock Exchange. That night are leaving Tuesday for Daytona HEATING and RE-
pearls, and carried a bouquet ofbnde's they heard MARIAN ANDERSONat Beach, where they have taken the FRIGERATION. Rate
\ roses and lilies of the val Lewisholm Stadium. Friday | JOHN CANDLER home at 1516 N. liS
ley. they were involved in Federation i Atlantic Ave. The Loef flers ORLANDO BUTANE GAS 214 N. Orange U till 1j
// The maid of honor and sister activities and Saturday they spent i i, are getting in town today '. SERVICE Tel. 6668 Wf tii+1 A
Glad You Liked Your Bed"LIte I at Hyde Park, and that night I Incorporated lit
m of the bride Miss Shirley Mink were I Young Mac M'Jordan Jr. will be .17'S; ...yra '
dinner guests of CATHERINE j :
1032 Robinson Ph.I1U
wore a gown of orchid nylon tafZeta : i
SCOTT The latter is publicity [Continued on Page 20. CoL-3
which featured a sweetheart ;
it? Why I haven't had such a grand night's sleep in I -
neckline, puffed sleeves and double ,
my life! Whays; the secret of your guest room?" butterfly bustle. Her headdress 2- i-

"No secret.ItVtf* Inherspring mattress and matching box was a bandeau of roses and she
t! print, made byVRUSS MATTRESS COMPANY. They'vebeen carried a bouquet of deep pink
making fino mattresses and box springs since 1923. so roses.
( kno'wthey'zQgood." The bridesmaids were the bride's ,
you cousins, Mrs. Clyde Marden and '... .,
you too. can'have your guests enjoy a night's sleep on a Miss' Joan Howard. They wore .
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RUSSlnnersprinK mattress and box spring, made of premier matching gowns of nylon taffeta. I '" --' (, ". J '. -
steel toils by calling 2-2213 for our representative or visiting Mrs. Marden in peach and Miss 1
our display room. Howard,in aqua. Their headdresses ,

were of roses, and they carried ,. ;,, i

Remember,H Is our business to see that. you "Sleep In Comfort" bouquets of deep pink'roses. : :' .t *
4 The bridegroom's brother Ken- ::7 / .
1 neth Russ. was best man while

ushers included Hilton Teal and t'ax ,
Wilbur Bradford. Junior ushers ... S
RUSS MATTRESS CO. were Byron Browley and Dean F \ --S
Mink of Orlando. C w

I 1122 West Church St. TeL 2.2213 The bride's mother chose an ; A Summertime calf pump perforated...
aqua crepe dress, and wore a corsage -
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: of pink carnations.The bride-
io=: ::: oI ,,0clO'OclO[ ::: ::: groom's mother was attired in a

II blue'sheer dress, and also had a
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I corsage of carnations. -< ,.

UO D Following the ceremony, the reception ., :' -j..4" :
McELROY'SPHARMACY I .y ,1'so'ft. comfortable. ..gboeMookingJMoy -
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birde's table overlaid with a lace "' A-
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cloth was centered with a three- 4,
tiered wedding cake. The bnde'd {}:;;: I.. .

aunts. Mrs. Harold Henschen and .. .' ..
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Mrs. Morgan Howard assisted in -. .-.- ..' +. !.
serving. .
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wedding trip to New York State, .
o the bride wore a tailored suit of Y "
S aqua gabardine, with black and .3. .
M white eccessories and a corsage ofbride's
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roses.Outoftown guests for the wedding :f f' f I

O o included Mrs. Elin Gurgani- ., t 2
ous and Mrs. E. W. Gurganious of :" ,-... '." .. ..' ',':Y...: '
o Jacksonville' : Mrs. H. P. Bevis and ". ..
Mrs. Willam Platt of Arcadia: Dr.J. "'- : "'. t'2
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Ray HEnschen: of Panama City; ,..' .. '
O Mr. and Mrs. Ivor D. Mink and
family. Miss Jane Sharp and Mr. .
and Mrs.Dorsey Russ and Mr. and '
n Mrs. James Russ of Orlando; Miss .

O Patsy Van Sickler of Lakeland; : : C 1 1S
Miss Ruth Wilder-and Miss EstherRuth' _., : .:1595 '4
Bass of and .
Kissimmee; "
U young look for over-thirty skin with D Richmond Roberts of Gotha. '. -
Mrs. Russ graduated from Lake- '
I o estrogenic hormone cream view High School Winter Garden : ,
O be all red all fcfoeealifor. '
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and attended Stetson Uni! "n .
rubinstein o versity. M/. Russ, a Lakenew High : ,/
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D hd. honor graduate served for a year _.. .
D in the Pacific theater with the .
S o Merchant Marines during the war.
her thirty?This is the cream that Helena He is now attending the Universityof
o Rubinstein blends specifically and superbly 0 Florida at Gainesville, where Town, and TravelOthersmart

for you. It contains an active natural hormone he and his bride will reside upon ir r
D returning from their wedding trip.Many .
ingredient which the skin absorbs. It's the I .
"- :' equivalent of.'I1 bItance rich iu young skins, wine bottles are made of

1 0 but decreasing with the years.Use it faithfully, I colored glass to protect their contents -II III

-each night fora month.You'll be more than from light.

,ready for your second jar when yon see' the I I
,' rewarding younger look you're achieved.! BARBARA'SBEAUTY -
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: q onesan BP WC Names Ibrand about e nlit11'7tMirJaTlMlJE Shoidd Help WeddingFor NUFF SED

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Nuptials Held CommitteeChairmen Busy WivesBy July 2

\}\\ (] DOROTHY DIX Miss Margaret Ann Vaughan. BROADLOOM
Saturday DEAR MISS DIX: I hare been I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A, T.

i Gail Glover married four years to a very sweet !Vaughan of 516 E. Michigan Ave..
of Mrs.
The marriage
At the last meeting of the Orlando -
4 MingE", daughter of Mr. and Business and Professional :! By KITTY HENRY, Society Editor fellow We love each other, but I has completed plans for her wed- CARPET

t Mrs. Samuel M. Glover of Chicago Women's Club chairmen of the 1' LEAVING TUESDAY FOR Columbia University New York we have one continual argument.We ding to Charles Newton Burge- son f' ; :

UL.to Rupert Benjamin Jones, standing committees for the com- they will attend. tne Summer session are Betty have a small child and. no ot Mrs. E. C. Slaughter..- 1400
fcon of Mr. and Mrs. J. William ing year were announced by Mrs : daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Judson B. Walker and Mary Alice Citr'l matter how tired or busy I maybe Conway Rd. 9 FEET WIDE
hones of Orlando took place at Esther Phillips president. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnathan Adams. Both, girls will ,be my husband absolutely refusesto I The wedding will take place .
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)sigh noon yesterday at the home They are as follows: Miss Louise w .. .. lege sophomores I help me with the baby or the July 2, at 8 30 pan. in the First ALL WOOL
and Mrs. Wlnn in Orr Thrasher aviation: Mrs. Hedelia .$this Fall Betty Methodist Church A reception will
pf Mr. Billy y.l house. I very rarely ask his help.
Burton house; Mrs. Catherine being a home I follow in Wesley Hall and although -
: Hadley. international relations; economics major, Only do it when I feel sick or am no formal invitations have ALSO 27 IN. AND 36 IN. RUNNER
J. Powell Tucker minister Mrs. Helen Bennett legislation: just worn out. ,been issued all friends of the cou-
cf -the First Baptist Church, performed Miss Charlotte Robinson member- Florida StateUniversity, and I Don't you think that once in a ple are Invited to both wedding and FINE AXMINSTER
QUALITY
the ceremony in the pres- ship; Miss Alice Schultz music; reception.
s ence of members of the Immediate Mrs. Isabel Marcus program; Miss Mary Alice an while if I need just a little assist- i
11 families. Adele Frantz publications; Mrs. r '. English major at :ance that he should help me?
Thebride wore a beige tailored Eleanor Peery, public affairs;Mrs. 1 ,. Rollins College. MRS. A. P. Dial 23748FST HOOKED RUGS Shag & Loop Rugs
E suItwith Navy blue accessories I fVarina L. Freeman news service: $ \) I n addition I isesOrlando's ,
I- j sad;an orchid corsage. Mrs. B. ANSWER: 1 certainly do. A I II 24x35 1n.i .
radio Miss to
i Mrs'Elizabeth Thorpe, : IT their studies
AKton Galloway matron of honor..and i father is just as much a father HAND MADE 1
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j Rose KohL real estate: Mrs.Daisy <;,; and sight-seeing I I 1tOI"", i i 3.25 and 3.75
sister of the ,
- bridegroom ]Schultz. transportation; Miss Bet- :as a mother is a mother and when Pioneer
chase a dress of melon with ar |in and around I i Heavy Quality
a;corsage of white carnations.crepe t w'ty Guhck.magazine: Mrs.Florence'ToOer. New York city, i the sledding gets too hard for the OCR CONTRACTORSSEE FUTURE DISPLAYN. \ 5.95 to 9.95 Larger Sizes in Proportion
/T-Sgt. Loyd M. Jones brother library: Miss Emma Wilson I the girls have !worn-out mother it Is up to Dad : MILLS St. COUOMALTOWN
af_the bridegroom, acted best finance: Mrs. Edwina Dyke. .
as planned several to lend a hand. not only with the

parliamentarian.It has been requested that these II trips. Willa II kid. but with the cooking, washing I. INGRAM & INGRAMOPTOMETRISTS. .
RUGS
following the ceremony: a reception Michaels a sister ironing and aU the other I.II PORCH .
chairmen meet with the executive
held at the Wmn'shftae. :
was I .
Rollins co-ed to chores that it takes to keep a home :-"
Mrs. Winn was assisted byberiisters. board tomorrow at 7.30 pjn. at I
the home of Mrs.Elizabeth Thorpe ,> Mary Alice has a going concern. LARGE i
Mrs. B. Allison Gallo- SELECTION :
Your husband should realize : ,)
I Successors to MEAD'SN4hts ,
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and Mrs. James Staples, and 1016 S. Mills St. =:: invited the two ;" "" "-
that In when :
these days women
Mwi J. Williams Jones mother of .: for a weekend- hold down jobs and bring in a Sundays. Holidays USC SIZES 6x9 6x12 8x10 ;;9x12 .,
ttef bridegroom. Schedule at Unity Set .* her home in I pay envelope that there is no 114 N. Orange,Are. Phone S3SI ;'.: '
*3he rooms were decorated withftiedioli I :
asters, and fern. The The Tuesday morning class of IN.J.Pleasantville.. :division of labor and no work is ,VERY LOW PRICES .J' .
_.4 bdde's table was centered with a the Unity Church. 503 S. Orange I fres.A.0.Baugher i specifically women's work. It is all : \
tiered wedding cake flanked by Ave. having completed the textbook |. of I just labor to make a home and Concrete Brick or Block .
candelabra.Af: "The Twelve Powers of ElizabethtownCollege. support a family and both husbands -
ter the reception the couple !Man" will begin the study this and Mrs. i and wives should work FROM
t left:on B wedding trip to Miami week of Dr. Emmet Fox's latest .y [S Baugher.. ha.veTea .shoulder to shoulder to this end. Foundation to Chimney Top NoGoss"a".s
Havana.Cuba. Upon return book "Make Your Life Worth y asked the girls to MEN SHOULD HELP WIVESIn ALLARDICE CO., INC.Maso.ry I Sorry.
they will reside at 2006 M, While. This class meets each BETTY WALKER; MARY ALICE ADAMS spend a weekend the past, when there were Contractor and Builder
e Ave.. Tampa. Tuesday at 10 ajn..and.is taughtby .leaving for Columbia University at their homein I plenty of good servants to be had i Est. 1919 Ttl. 2-1593 Phone Yet' 64 E. CHURCHCHANDLER'g
at reasonable prices and when i
Mrs. Josephine Stuckie. Ekzabethtown. Pa. '
o'clock I wives did not have to bring home
the 11
This morning at
FOR SALE When Summer school over they plan to go upstate to Camden,
devotional service the minister. I the bacon as well as fry it, it was
owner, Good bosiaeii.rytfcijic Awning, the Rev. Carolyn H- Parsons will N. Y.. to spend a few days with Edith Dorrance and her parents. Mr. understandable that husbands '
i la cura. Ve.etia and Mrs. Richard Dorrance. who former Winter
4*. palat etc. speak on -Peter1 Address to the are residents here. should think that their wives -
Edith has suggested a trip into Canada and Betty and should .
i* district good cUenUU, splea.epportaatty. Sanhedrin. Mary Alice are run the house independently
S7.MW Some tcrau.' Other activities at the church looking forward to this. of their help. But now when no
Tropical Awning Co. this:week include a class In "Les And then on the way home the girls are arranging their trip fora maids are to be had the situationis
BOX Z1J BABTOW FLA.Maqnavox. sons in Truth""at 10 ajn. Mondayand stop-over in Washington, D. C., so that they may see the wonders changed and certainly a man v _
t a class in "The Principles of of the Capitol City. is a poor excuse for a husband 'f ..' .
Healing." Monday 'at 8 p.m. 000 if he refuses to pinch-hit for his .
On Wednesday at '* pm. the. JEAN YOTHERS DAUGHTER of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Yothers. is wife when she is sick and tired. s2.99
class "You Can Be Prosperous"will All good husbands feel that way
'
: meet. 'I leaving today for Ocala, where she will join friends and go to I II about it. and they feel it to be THE SALE : '
I I t1l pllguBtall, 'There will be''two daily prayer.1 I Colorado Springs and Denver on a vacation trip. Mrs. William no degradation to their manhoodto ytiu navebeen ,
services one at'12 pjn. and the j I I i Buning left yesterday to spend two months at New Smyrna Beach. wash the dishes and cook the
AT THEMUSIC other at 3 pjn. with the exceptionof Mr.Buning will join her there on the weekends.. Marge McManeushas dinner and change the baby when .
a 'BOX' Saturday afternoon and Sun returned from Jacksonville,where she visited relatives for a week.o necessity- 'demands It. for r ..., :eI yI
WINTER": PARK day. The public is'invited to attend o o I| No marriage is a success in waiting /
I all classes and services. ANNOUNCEMENT: WAS RECEIVED from Washington, D. c, yesterday i which husbands and wives are not
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: 1!willing to help each other in a
that Mrs. Mildred White Wells of Daytona Beach has been y
I named as editor of the General Federation Clubwoman official I I I pinch. ;

'i:; t magazine,the,Central Federation of Women's Clubs. Her appoint I DEAR DOROTHY DIX: I married !! ,t ':]. '
: I :! ANNOUNCING ment was made known by Mrs. J. I a comic book rather than a -"' "' /O .;-A.- ) .

L. Blair Buck of Richmond Va.. man. When he comes home from '>. : ,: : __ ;f.. : ...\
who is the newly elected president work he grabs the paper for the ,' .:1/.',4-ff' -M'. 'to,:: :: -: 2.\ .,
,of the federation.Mrs. funnies and he has to finish it before : '.t ; ;<>'; ,Y. .'.; :' l
Wells, former owner of he eats or steps out anywhere : _. : /;: -"
THE OPENING OF the Volusia County Mirror, has and he has to read another comic _
e n ,
before he goes to sleep. It makesme
: long been Identified with club -,,.,. '
so mad I would like to ram : pi'eejALE
work in the State. She servedas ,
the paper down his throat only
I editor of the Florida Club- if I did he would just pick up
\\11' woman from 1934 until this year another one and read it. ..
LAUNDERETTEOF with the exception of the period What.shall I do? r, ,
: she was president of the Florida DISGUSTED ;
Federation of Women's Clubs from ANSWER: I sympathize with I I
1838 through 1940. you. but there is nothing you can t: $ ; I
She plans to maintain her do about it, JOT a passion for the iJ'r'r ,

home in Daytona Beach and divide comic strip is not just a habit.It ; .. '
her time between Florida and is a disease and incurable. The 1

LS Washington. D. C.. where the na- only alleviation for your suffer '
WINTER PARK tional magazine is published.o ing is the fact that the comicsare r'
to
o 0lIRS. be seen and not heard and
s
you don't have to listen to them -' "
\ .H.L. COOPER was hostess as you do to jokes when they are "
weekend when she enter- read aloud. o}: y "'f'I'
1 EQUIPPED WITH tained at the home of Mr. and

Mrs. Clarence Stiles on W. Kaley 31 Birth Announcement .. .,'

I Ave. with a party to honor her MILDRED WtjlTE WELLS I Capt. and Mrs. Donald M. Des- ;. '? 'tagla Yaaa sea. "rrxa M''
22 BENDIX
daughter. Jon Lois Cooper who new Clubwoman editor I sert are announcing the birth of a ,' '
will become the bride of L. F. Roberts Jr.. here on July 31 With son Robert Terrence. June 26, at vl : : :
I the honoree were included the Mmes. Charles Bouton, L. P. Roberts I the Orlando Air Base Hospital. g; g t x gA !
AUTOMATIC LAUNDRYSTo Lee Roberts Laura Stiles W. E. Rose W. D. Spivey Howard Bell : SHOES .
rs M.L. Stewart R. H.Barksdale. Sara J. Newman, and Samuel Cooper; I f :
and also the Misses Dorothy Kline and Peggy Shermer. Mrs.j :* : -*,> #* ; ", 3
Better Serve Your Washday Needs Frank N.Jess,of 723 W.Stetson Ave.,was hostess at a morning bridge :
party at the Officers' Club. Orlando Army Air Base this week. Her .
j guests also enjoyed a luncheon at noon. I regularly' ( $5i9jiift t l'f 9 s
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I 161 W. FAIRBANKS Mrs William McKinley Cop \\1'" il f1 \ j! .
ley and two young sons Kinney
and Bobby have moved into their Table ,
SPACIOUS PAVED PARKING LOT new home at 1520 Grove Ter.I Greatest Value Event "
Winter Park. Mrs. Copley's husband -
Maj. Copley is on overseas I Our
In .
I PHONE W. P. 356 FOR APPOINTMENT duty in Tokyo. # ChatterContinued I II Hiiforyl

I Aging wine in bottles before releasing I :2.94
it for sale is called "bin [ from Pace 19] I' for
ning.
.I coming home 'tomorrow from I!

I Camp Arrowhead near Hender- BE Genuine leathers!
sonville. N. C. r I

; f Summer Dress Fabrics We were enthralled 000 with JAMIE HEARINGIf Whites, spectators, '!

r COLLINS' account of the weekendshe o blacks, browns and
Its HEARING you want .
and a group of other fishing whl.t ten than the MsU"I blues. Sizes 3 to '
(ton* -.ft4* ..uniurpauctfhearing
enthusiasts had at Marco on the
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t all times in ail:I IUCM.
Gulf Coast last week. .The first Clear noo....., ttrain.ln 10AAAfoCbutnof
ANOTHER NEW SHIPMENT OF c 'rI .. full ten hearing .. and
day Jamie went the .
out four on single tonIunit i all gay
her boat wear. t. con with ..(ton* t s 1.99. tn'every
I caught no less than 250 America> fit __it Near
BELDING'S I SPELLBOUND $1.89 pounds of fishThe crowd .I infl aid ',' the hearing aid .. style< Hurry for
i d stayed at the Lodge at Marco and CHOSEN ABOVE ALL '
s 4 t+ fished around Ten Thousand Is- : OTHERS! bestiselcctionsls2.99 !

Washable rayon that stays crisp and fresh the tL / I lands. In the group were DR. and I None Con Compare, Thot'i u_ _
whole Sit down i MRS. CHARLES COLLINS DR. : Why Mae People Wear the "-
day long. stand and the AI
up I and MRS. W. S. MITCHELL, DR. : BeltORC The All Other OiwUitt -
wrinkles fall right out. Gorgeous colors and pat-. I and MRS. PAUL HEASLEY. MR. I Hearing Aids) COMBINED!

i terns.: 39" wide.SMOOTHIERAYON., and Mrs. NEAL FRANKLIN and S .
LL1I:: I MR. and MRS.000 JIM HALL. I. E. C. BLEAU f cA5 \ '- ; ?

t PAUtlNE HARRELL, vacation- Beltone Hearing -
FABRIC $1.50 ing in California takes time out
i to pen a post card our way report- Service s3r
: ing the fact that,they hadn't seen Rooms 10 and 11 Phone ]-3007I a pays est o
1 r This wonderful latin smooth fabric come in solid colors -- any movie stars "except Kay Ky- W. Church St,Orlando, FI*. IkeSs t1C do
r t i only natural, maize silver gray pink, powder blue, nile ser, who rode up in the elevator N t ve ,
.?I green black or white.U"wide. .. with us." Q a rlt is W.f -

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:taulosMolinds; \ Miss Bradley .Orlanclo, Florida June 29, 1947 irbt huban !6tttttml-&w- Page 21] II For AWBMS! of lest fcwIHy and Mfo. to Orlando by a Ce..t I I t. s

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Orchestra pany with 22 years experience. toll Mr. L L McCtt at tit- r f
Becomes Bride l, Miss Chapman
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flaying Here Miss Dorothy Bradley, daughterof FLOIIDA AWNINC CO."r

Mr.,and Mrs. A. G. Bradley of Mr. ChandlerAre .K' ;4 ckYrS4.: 'c Q cY 432 S. Hnzhey SLASPHALT 1'11... CsH" I

The management of the Orlan- Bunnen. was ,married to Winston ni4 e ti ti .
do Coliseum has announced that Brannon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Engaged ---
Carlos Molina and his famous '
or- S. A. Brannon of Opp Ala., /11
j recently
chestra. featuring the Music of TILE-Nine Different Colors
I at the home of Dr. J. Powell Mrs. Belva Chapman of.422 N. .

-Tuesday.the Americas July 8.will The appear dance here which on i I Tucker, minister of the First Orange Ave. and Morgantown W. Group "B" and -""; aba Blac la Group "D.
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Baptist Church who officiated 4
at
win be held at the Coliseum win' he ceremony.The Va.. announces the betrothal of x f ALL WOOL' CARPETING I

-begin Molina at 9>>and p.m.his orchestra are bride wore an afternoon her daughter.Pearl. to Howard V. !% 9' and ir widths; also tr and JP rvaam. ;
dress of white crepe with white Chandler, of East Williamson. N.
prominently identified with, both I II
radio and motion pictures his most accessories carnations.and Her a corsage only attendant of white .t iyYa Y.MiSs LINOLEUM

recent motion picture being Club was Miss Hilda Sheffield who Chapman employed locally Battleship Inlaid Congoleum Congowall .
,Havana. i; chose a light blue crepe dress and by the Cox-O'Neal Furniture
Another special attraction will black accessories. Her corsage was 4 I I
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.nationally be the appearance known of "Dolores." of pink carnations.Best Y Co.Mr.. Chandler, son of 'Mr. and AMERICAN lUG AND LINOLEUM CO
organist, who I man for the bridegroom
>-has recently completed an engage- was Walter Hart. Mrs. P. R. Chandler cf East Wil- I S63 North Orange Ave. rttM 34tidOhGetthe .

ment in'Miami. She will be fea- Mrs. Brannon has for the past liamson. N.Y.. was stationed at ,
tured during intermission. I five years been employed with the Orlando Army Air Base 1944-46.

Gulf Life Insurance Co. in this MISS CATHERINE GREEK and served as an instructor in the .. ...50.Em
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city. Mr. Brannon served for tour is bride-elect. athletic department. He is now ,
Open Monday EveningsWARREN'S years with the Navy in the Pacific employed by the Eastman Kodak, w; !

Theater of Operations andIs Co. of Rochester, N.Y.

now associated with the Ware Miss\ Greeks .: ..':.: t
Dental Laboratory.After ;
Winter Park Phone 68 a wedding trip in South I Miss SymondsIn LYCO'-BO-ROL "
Florida, the couple will make their I E11gage11Zel1tA11110Jll1Ced
home at 530 E. Central. 0 '
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FmsT SHOWING Mr and Mrs. Wilbur Greer of Here MondayMr. '. .. to
Lakeland formerly of Winter Gar- 4 s ,
and Mrs. Henry S. Symonds r 4d
den are announcing the engage-
ment of their daughter, Catherine will present their daughter Miss Ok. ...... .... kmrrr ... *7 **-*
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tender aka Z.YCO. >
IN ORLANDOWEBSTER :to Ralph E. Beasley. son of Mr. Dcrothy Symonds, contralto in a Jro\ecu.t t. help rmar tae
and Mrs.. T. B. Beasley of Winter I concert Monday at 8 p.m. at the arJ tt tk. painful mfturAsi .f int I
Haven. I UUmr trim. vrtcklj bat, diaper
Sorcsis House, which all friends cka***, .xtMBAUy .*.s4 last uA
The bride-elect graduated from
FOR minor kU iniutlom
of the young soloist are invitedto t
S Lakeview High School. Winter IAEUU, TfceM**** wiHtofl* pat \Un fey
Garden with the class of '45. She attend. PO NU4S/ tOO .Hi"'''. BUk--a.it :coao:; -soL
<< Powder ad... it es "*yckxar a.ury
completed one year at Orlando Miss Symonds received the degree t4. .. G\\O t.Netke.eael tat pewees .
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Junior College. of Bachelor of Music at the k4 iatkr U44 U the Btf wkM
Mr. Beasley attended Winter MISS PEARL CHAPMAN w r S tOt. tom teen LTCORO-ZOL 4 1 &*- i
June I OT00.80- Sttt1 h mist awUtu pr&t* :
Wire Recorder University of Mississippi on r* doei :
Haven schools and served for : .
becomes brideelect.let D, fiat a/, eooliac. o. tSEirr
3 1-2 years in the U. S. Navy. He 2, and her program tomorrow win "ItSau5 pttcklD u Uos to aa,r. ,.**.*ski*
is now enrolled as a ministerial consist of a _repetition of her senior ; \.f" .t Nti Ask: for it kr **... s.Tcoooi

student at the Florida Baptist. In- recital, which she gave at stand about 20 minutes. Soften I I sprinkle remaining crumbs over ";&t po-'"\iI t 's. eu. ,I Drag Powbr.co.Tamp.MaavJartar*Sru. kr Tampa ._
RECORDS AND stitute in Lakeland. the university in April. She plansto I gelatin in cold water and dissolve top. Chill until firm c.1O tea/-pJ aaee
PLAYS BACKPORTABLE Plans for the wedding will be I in boiling water. Stir gelatine.1 Yield: 1 9-inch ,pie.
her studies in New I
announced later. continue lemon juice and salt into berries. i I, Note: Thoroughly chill: evaporated -
York in September. Cool until mixture begins to stif i' milk before whipping. Then S : s s
'Jt Men who enter West Point Military Dorothy Morton Parks will accompany -
C ; fen. Fold in whipped evaporated i'I pour into cold bowl and whip rapidly -
ALL PURPOSE Academy must be betweenthe Miss Symonds in the milk. Pour into crumb crust; ] with cold beater until stiff. !
.. ages of 17 and 22. following program: \
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MAGNETIC " ',.," ,. O eessftte dl piittml ___ Scarlatti i- i
/ : + ':: 0 del mio dotes ardor __--____. Cluck
WIRE SPOOLS : Ah! recdlmi (Mitrtne) ____- Road
\ TWO tf HOUR ., Voce di donna (La Oioconda) *- FonchielliII ; ttNOW ;

ONE K HOUR / Gnteh am Spinnrade _____ Schubert
I, Ungeduld -_ on ____nn__ Schubert 4f
O a.i / Mem Uebe 1st mn ___u____ Br hm.
1 I 1 Zur Rub, Sot Ruh"H I ._-__ Eat Wolf
SIMPLE TO 1 I 1I Traum dtrcb die Dunmennc
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Ah mon flit (> Prophet) liererbeet
n pleure dana man coear Debasir 1
Cat I'extt* UocoareiiM Debuaay
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1 1 1 Wonder H I Wander Appalachian ,
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Carol) arr NUec-Borbm
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f; times or stored for future play. Programs can be$ INNERSPRING MATTRESS : U a Bprtni Kltht ____u_orGimSmelmth ,

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1 envelope plain on- *i teaspoon salt or Steel .m.-.h 00" ""00 wu. ... ........._. 19.95 ea. 10.95 ea. Lounge Chair ea. '
Slavered celatln letup! evaporated !
; DELIVERY tt cup cold water milk 1 Boudoir Chair Pillow, Cushion Rose -

:: .:-.IMMEDIATE Crush corn flakes into fine Selig Striped-Soiled ........&..-...00.......__ 3940 1940 DINETTES
_bs. Add sugar and butter:
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around sides, and bottom of pie LIVI NG ROOM *i Daystrom Plastic Top and Chrome
pan. saving two tablespoons for Nationally Advertised 5-Piece Dinettes 1
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: laundry Combine strawberries and sugar: Was NOW Value n uu h h'.. W h' h_....-.- $79.59 ea. $19.50 ea.
.1 Ware Limed Oak Sofa Bed Suite- .4 Daystrom Deluxe Plastic Top and
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z' Dewey- eth Miss Hood I Page 22 {L k t &1U1ba1 >Sttnttnr.6tar! Orlando, Florida, June 29, 1947 r We The'1J'omenOlder ing young that couples abC has through helped peffeds tfaseas of of

their lives when they desperate
T __ i -a Women needed help.

= t, Wedding ComplimentsBrideelect The middle-aged woman vttfc.
out business experience or say
>T Should Help particular talent ,betMes ......
1( Held FridayThe m&kinlwbO want, v> be self-sufv.
porting and make a real contribution : -
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marriage of Miss Doris Miss Jane Hood was hostess i n'. yr.. Young Couples to her community might west
poeth. daughter of Mrs. Mary Thursday evening when she entertained S. ,,: ', consider the possibility of beeoa

Poeth of 1102 Hardy St., to Dan- with a miscellaneous n ly RUTH MlttFTT tog a proxy grandmother.
shower, honoring Miss Peggy aK Every community has one or --- -- -- --
iel Dewey son of Mrs.Anna Dewey Vaughan. bride-elect of Charles
with too
- WITH JEAN POTHERS middle-aged widows
was quietly solemnized Friday at Burge. The party was held at more too I
[Chb Editor] their hands and
much time on
Miss Hood's bon*.620 E.Marks St.
6 p.m. at the home of Dr. Mar- I And Maqnavoxitec'io
John 31. Cheney Chapter, Order little income for real security. .
shall C. Dendy. minister of the Assisting the hostess was her :
First Presbyterian Church who mother. Mrs. Edward Hood. of DeMolay, will 'hold its public every middle-class neighborhood ti Fieeeiik

> ; performed the ceremony in .the 1 i The entertainment 'consisted of installation of officers today at Ijas young mothers who would I AT TH&MUSIC
presence of relatives and close several games and prizes were gladly pay for the occasional: services -
3 at the Masonic Temple.
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t. friends. won by Misses Peggy and Jean p.m. -
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I The bride wore a two-piece suit Vaughan and Miss Mabel Vieh- Wednesday. the DeMolays :, of a proXrrandmother.don't the I WINTER rAuqAH
why then young
of white linen with matching straw are entertaiing with their annual So
man.With and the older women of s com
I I hat trimmed In veiling.Her corsagewas the honoree were her Pull Moon dance -at the Masonic j7 munity get together? t' I i.LnTII
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of Mrs. A. T. and
sweetheart roses. mother Vaughan
is old
Temple, to which the public Here is one case here they :
Mrs. Poeth. mother of the bride. the Mmes. Lillian Jackson J. E.
grandmother is entirely -
invited The dance which Is ''> The proxy I
wore a blue crepe dress with white RamsdelL Clifton Yarbrough Rob- >-'Ss self-supporting and is In II
I : t accessories and corsage of white ert Blackburn D. A. Highgate informal, will be held from 9 to tt such demand that prospective
carnations. Mrs. Dewey, mother John Branscomb. E. C. Slaughter. with orchestra _
12 pjn. a seven piece mothers call her months in advance I
of the bridegroom chose an aqua Also the Misses Margaret Powers ", furnishing the dance music. d to make sure she will be on
tt crepe with white accessories and Marjorie Yarbrough, Cather- 000 .... ..F hand to run their houses and look
j white carnation corsage. ine Torrance. Betty Lou Barber, A Biblical drama will be presented :; I-: after the other children while they :
Mr. Dewey and his bride left on Iris Hubbard Mary Hubbard. Ma- jw are in the hospital.The I Smart Clothe
a wedding trip to the East Coast Viehman, Jean Vaughan Betty by the Women's Society of i 'young mothers of her community *
I and on their return will be at homeat Branscomb. Elaine Eiselsteln. Christian Service of the Reeves also call on her when vacation for
1 1901 Oregon St. Mary Highgate. Memorial Methodist Church at time rolls around.
1116 Ferncreek Dr. today at 7:30 as r The proxy grandmother has her Children
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FL calendar filled for months ahead.
I S pm area p >F She is one of the best-loved WOlD-I n IS W. Wasalatfw SL

i Gotha Woman's Club will, hold en of her community. .
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is financially independent. She .. :I laPA
S a covered dish supper tomorrowat :
6:30 pjn. at the clubhouse.: -- -- ,
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t by Secretaries International will hold is the former Corinne Laura Kloepfer, HospHal ami Silk I... Supplies
its Founders Day banquet at the was before her marriage to Mr. Roopat daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward V. Kloepferof
Fort Gatlin Hotel tomorrow at 7 Crutches
/ Trusses Support -
: compact; ex. pm. J. B. Rodgers Jr., prom- the College Park Bapflst Church recentlythe this city. Her marriage to Mr. Tucker, son -

qaisitely styled-. inent local attorney will be the former Mae Katherine. Streetman, daugh- of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Tucker of Oakland, Wheel Chairs HtllIlslllal Beds

5 -I delight to play,a revelation speaker Rodgers for will the have evening as his.subject.. Mr. Mae Katherine Streetman, daughter: of was an event of this past week at the St. Salts and R.alar.IttOIt. .
hear-this James Catholic. Church. A reception was
to The Women in the Business World Emmett E. Streetman of Lakeland. Mr.
.. is the ACROSONIC Initiation ceremony for the held at the Kloepfer home on Floral Dr.; after ."o"pJOIt. (1 Cant

built by Baldwin. See officers elected at the annual of Orlando. Following the:;wedding ceremony, which the couple left on a trip through ROSmAL,.'micro soo }f?

it and be charmed by meeting will follow the talk the couple left on a wedding trip. They will Southern Florida. They will reside at 613 USOftATOeT sunup M.0 stirr+rwt

its luting beauty.Hetr Those to be installed include Miss Ave.MISS ..4ter .
reside here on returning. Lexington J-l--I. 0J-4
r IFlt5- it and be thrilled by Isabelle Mantey, president; Miss
I Beulah Bushey vice president; 329 No. orange Urundo Phone tlM I.....
its amazing tone. "lW ..
'S i / Miss Eleanor Spellman. record- :"': ..

i will gladly show ing secretary;; Miss Marian Ors- .<.w.,:. Mount Dorans .'i'
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youtieACRQSONICsad urn, corresponding secretary; '
and Mrs. Gladys Lamberton. treas- i f
} l tell how vary ; Leave
JOB urer. on Trip Will i Open Soon.
t it is to own ones o 0,0Grandmothen -jf: ; "
; Club of Orlando ::. {Special to The Sunday Sentinei-Stcrl

f will hold its regular meeting Tuesday .." MOUNT DORA-Mr. and Mrs. DRIVEIN3DRY

in the Ocoee Woman's Clubhouse ,1 P. W. Sleight and daughter Susan -

.' IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Mrs.'Claudia Roan and ,left Friday for Mesa Verde Na-
Mrs./ Corrie Dodds will be joint
CLEANERS
tional Park where Sleight will lecture -
hostesses A chartered bus will G f.
NEW 1947 SPINETS ,
i leave Dickson and Ives corner at on archaeological and geolo-
BABY GRANDS Factory reconditioned 1:15 pjn. Members who plan 1 Ili ,. gical subjects. Mrs. Sleight will 10 South Orange Blossom Trail

to attend may call Mrs. E. P. 9f visit acquaintances In Los Angeles o :
UPRIGHTS Reconditioned as low as $125 up Lavin. -e-

p Terms: 10% Down Balance Monthly Payments 000 : .5- S
2. DAY CLEANING SERVICE
Members of the Orlando Transit f{ YR On their return they win both

t Auxiliary will enjoy a covered dish visit at Tuscon. Art. where ALTERATIONS TAILORING
We Are Distributors for the Following Pianos:
supper Tuesday at 6 pm. at the d' 'W Sleight graduated from the Uni-
I BALDWIN. IVERS & POND. POOLE. HAMILTON, home of Mrs. W. M. Strobel on versity of Arizona. LAUNDRY
..Those wishing to -
Lake Conway 1.
HOWARD and ACHOSONIC SPINETS come earlier in the afternoon are Miss Lucille Harding left Thurs- y9 Your Patronage Will Bt Apprec1atcICASH
for
day New York State where she
welcome The regular business will be counsellor at Summer
meeting will also be held at this 4. hrs.<, a AND CARRY
:iIAc camp.
RobitisonCDusic time A social hour will bring .,ii yes
.
close to
a
them FARRS BACK FROM NORTHMr.
t a and Mrs. Charles Parr and
Anna Curtis Progressive Sunday
School Class of the First Methodist daughter. Helen Quitman have
I \ Church will have a luncheonin YX ? returned from a three weeks trip
the church dining room at noon fl z; to St. Louis Chicago and Detroit.
They reported seeing high floodwaters
Tuesday. '
000 ? while taking an evening

i S. S. Co. Veteran of Foreign Wars Auxiliary pleasure trip on "The Admiral" RIGHT NOW, THEY'RE
will hold its regular meeting down the Mississippi River. .

Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Elks Club. MAKING THEIR
000 t, e v i DEBUT AT

4 531 NORTH ORANGE AVE. PHONE 6303 Nokomis Council No 23, Degree '
OHROMITEMETAL
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of Pocahontas will meet Tuesdayat \z

8 pjn. at the Fraternal Bldg.

.. Installation of officers will be STOIEK/E j
featured. TILEis

I ME YOU SHORT OF BREATH? Ladies Auxiliary 000 of the Orange \. h

bounty Pharmaceutical Assn. will made of pure zinc

Look No Further! Here .is Happy, Good with hold Mrs.its Lee July Simms meeting, 2719 Tuesday Faseo --- and will never rus11 1 1So wY-

Lake Holden at 11 am. .' A
News! Read Here These Letters From covered dish luncheon will be served -1---- BETTY STRICKLAND zS
at noon.' to be wed to S. B. Commander.Wedding beautiful It simply dazzles guests
000 -L 6 ----- sad prospective layers
.. People Who Were Asthmatic Sufferers Circle: 16 of the Woman's Auxiliary x !

of the First Presbyterian Set PAINTING. The smooth sanitary suffice win not
Reporting How Desired Results Were Church will meet Tuesday at 7:45 For the latest In color schemes both chip. peel nor fide and there.no morn
interior
and exterior consult Sheffield
at the home of Mrs. L. C. Can- tar cracks to attract dirt.terms and
Painting Co. For the past
t Brought About! Read the Following: dido 510 E. Concord Ave. Mrs. Next Month\ seven years Painters and Decorators mildew.
George Smith will be co-hostess. at Miami Beach's finest homes

Mrs. Cuyler V. Smith is chair i OFFICE r.H.1. TRW Airuitd.! EtU&itn rn.
I I am 38 yean of are and 35 of these 38 yean I have been a. man of the circle. of young matrons In Tavares i I 205 E. PRINCETON AVE.

sufferer from asthma, but some six months ago someone whoa and Mrs. J. Leslie Jacksonis Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Strickland:
had asthma in its worst form for thirty years and who had gotten co-chairman. In the absence -
relief from Dr. McFerrin, urged me to come and arrange for of Mrs. Smith who is awayon of Tavares are today announcing :1 METAL TILE CO. "
j a course of treatments.I vacation Mrs.Jackson will pre- the engagement and approaching 8 mm & 16 mm MOVIES S .
had to be brought in a ear from BushneH to Orlando and side at the meeting. marriage of their daughter..Betty Cameras and Projectors U E. Central Phone 4271 4 :
was rasping for breath. in as bad a spell of asthma as I ever 000 Sound Equipment
had when I reached the office. Business Woman's, Circle No. 2 to Samuel Buford COIIlIIlaDder'l: CallTONY22820. Kitchen draiaboardi recovered I '
i} I am most happy to say that after completing Dr.MeFerrin's of the First Presbyterian Church, son of Mr. and Mrs. With Aluminum f .
treatments. I do not even have the slightest wheeling or short of which Mrs. W. L. Corkhill is mander, of Sopchoppy, Fla. Or Stainless StedtO"DA I -
d breathing and now after months and months of enforced idleness counselor and Mrs. Clarence Pet- The wedding will take place Stevens Pictures, Inc. : ,,
4 I am planning on taking a delightful position which has erson president will meet Tuesdayat >
14 at the First Methodist
e been offered, me. My happiness is unbounded, to think that I 8 pjn. at the home of Mrs. July
tan be a producer and cease being a burden to my folks. I give George D. Barton. 218 N. BrownSt. Church of Tavares at 5 pip. and -- I
Dr. McFerrin all the credit and to think all of this was accomplished all friends of the couple ire invited I

without any drugs, medicines or sprays of any kind, 000 to attend the ceremony :: r t tI ti
The bride-elect iron
graduated MIl'TRIif
seems most wonderful to me. Past Matrons Club, Mizpah
I have given permission to Dr. MeFerrln to publish this let. Chapter 190 Order of Eastern Tavares High School, and Wa )
ter so that by so doing. I may personally have a small share in Star, will meet Wednesday evening included in this year's graduatingclass I
bringing happiness to those afflicted with asthma and deem it with Mrs.Louise Law,Winter Gar- from Florida State University -72& i
a privilege to write such a letter of recommendation. den. Tallahassee :
000 Mr. Commander graduated from 1r PETERSBURG n FLO RIB A '\,
k R H. A. Orlando Assembly Order of the Sopchoppy High School, and: during r j These luxurious and: '
i Bushcil, Fla. Rainbow for Girls will meet the war served in the1 U. S. Florida's only Resident Military Academy with t
Army for approximately three t Junior R.O.T.C. Unit. Member: Southern Association ,
Thursday at 7:30 pjn. at the Masonic \
Special Note A month this
: ago man played football. for years part of which time wa: :m of Colleges and Secondary Schools, Asaodai1 -
Temple Practice will be Different
three hours J Hair
: Can
you imagine yourself playing football? held Thursday at 10 am. The spent in the European theaterHe ; 11 k* lion of Military Colleges and Schools of the United Preparations -:

order will hold a rummage sale is now attending the University -l'). States. Highest Government Rating. An Accredited Crsaftd by the worW-fomovt
on Saturday July 12, at 234 W.. of Florida. ainesville.be University Preparatory S hooL Limited En- eotmttie boas of

HERE IS ANOTHER Central Aver _C.roilment.. Separate Junior Department..
o o A For Information Address
installation of new officers at 1 Lucerne Rebekah Lodge No. 36 this time Visitors are welcome CoL Walter B. Mendels, President i
This Is to certify that our daughter, age 15, has been suffering will meet Thursday at 8 pjn. at Refreshments will be served in Florida Military Al'adelDT.St. Petersburg, Florida
terribly with asthma. We have tried everything seeminglyand the Fraternal Bldg. .. There will the banquet haU.n .
had just about given up in despair, when by chance, some- n n Florida's Leading Military Academy Established 190ftAl

,. one told us about your ability to give asthma a final and complete Crystal Circle of the Needlework --- EGG> G1aE .
knockout blow without the use of any medical remedies WELLS DRILLED Guild will meet Thursdayat SHAUPOQ CACME LINK
S whatsoever, and without sprays or asthma cigarettes or
any
2 pjn. with Mrs. Joe. Byrnes, Coith 'JulI.27. 1917.
appliances, decided to Says: .
so we take your HOME RESPIRATORY Anywhere In Bumby and Fawsett Aves. Now Igdd cro. AMhdMmp.. ,
,
; COURSE six months and the mother
some ago as of the child lIIo.pool
T j' I most to tell that - it n especially important daring tile hot Summer months to *: .. rnoHe.sd hr d4
am nappy yon our little girl has never had DMndfy ff *HEnridMj .
e any more asthma. It positively seems miraculous that our FLORIDAANT Deafened People May keep a leery coating of leaves or grass cuttings around your rose with egg! Sob domsgedl.1Oftrow bttew,

daughter ever got welL She has just had a terrible cold'but still bushes, and azaleas. This keeps the ground cooler maintain snort Noo-rbagl .., ts meosgel,
no asthma. If'this letter will encourage doubting Thomases to Now Hear ClearlyScience nifarm moishira conditions, retards weed growth and gradually J..d.t WO M.IM .MHV* fa plv,to
I' S.S try your system shall be glad to have you show it. SIZEANT plants. This practice a a good oat to follow Oft oil shrubs
has now made it pos- bat is almost a necessity for best results with roses and orele i.
DEPTH
; Mrs. W. H. sible for the deafened to hear If your roses hare bee properly fertilized and are ;in good
Plant City Fla. FOR HOME faint sounds. It is a hearing device condition, it is best not to fertilize farther antil about the first of DANDRUFF
so small that it fits in the October, Otherwise fertilize Tightly before putting M tha Wares. CREUS MA|.
RANCHOR hand and enables thousands to Spraying or dasting with copper sulphur or other good TREATMENTft ORIS''I'

.I GROVEWe enjoy sermons, music and friendly fungicide should continue throughout the Summer fungus ....10'. **.*** SMl,,l
AND THIS companionship. Accepted by the mote rapidly,daring hot moist weather.; Dead wood should .. carefully Remove r....her esot

t- Guarantee the Council American on Physical Medical Medicine Assn. This of removed from your plants, caning with a. long slanting cut .vwchfI.......scarp NonI ..1..4.yI
l\1y'rreat relief which has been due to the Home Instruction just, abora S good strong shoot. .IIQI
treatments which is entirely free from drugs sprays nasal Water or NePal Device does not require separate We win .be "glad ta ode'n-you as to the proper materials tuse Non' Magi Gins(Mirks. **!
battery pack battery wire
t douches and anything-else of that kind is much appreciated case or' a* your pk.ttNow I.M pia bat r.oo pees tea
to 'bulge
known anything in life but garment or weigh you j we hare rUiscas.k bloom .
have in
J since I never my asthma even down. The tone is clear and a large variety of brilliant
to present age of middle life. pow- colors a both single, and double blooms. These
,. from babyhood up my We win gladly erful. So made that you can ad- plants are ready to
.be transferred to your home ._. Coma by and select the ad hiP ....... .
Jklrs. C. D. E.-Clewiston, Fla. give you Just it yourself to suit your hear- type and color hare bee exactly prep.rHe apacie..pe,......AI few sr.rl It...... .
ing as Tour hearing changes."The yea wanting for that certain spot ia feel my!*i. .. *iflMl If Wbr forfjJ a
FREEEstImates i
yard.
makers of Beltone Dept. 6, 1450 your I

West 19th St. Chicago 8. Dl.. are .
,Dr.'MeFerrln has equal success with Stomach Trouble. 36 Monthsto so proud- of their achievement that ORLANDO NURSERIES.
they will gladly send free descriptive
Dial 2-331 for free consultation. Pay booklet and explain how you Ul N.Phone Orange 7847 Ave. San Juan/Pharmacy

may get a full demonstration of
LANDSCAPING
Offke-25 N. Thornton LIIIY & FREEMM this remarkable hearing device in j LAWN MOWERS--CARETAKING FERTILIZERS: : LAWN- INSECTICIDES SWEEPERS

< : ". 711 W. Church S*. TeL 9S69 your own home without risking a ORNAMENTAL PLANTS N. OraRg fir Central Phone 5169f

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[APJ -Unification 1\fO : :

of the armed services,including fjertooo resit T ESry
merger of the National Guard .
and Reserve, and universal military e _
training were advocated Saturday .
night by CoL William H.Neble'tts. Ii >\' ..
.Assn.president of.the ReserveOfficers' I p : Orlando[ Highlands] -

Neblett elected last week at Miami y HANLEY POGUE :0-
said national defense shouldbe .. ".
dependent upon a well trained THE QUESTIONWhen Not near but In Orlando complete with city utilities sidewalks throughout the entire property paved streets In approximately two thirds' ; _

and equipped'of a large civilian professional: force Army, Instead controls buying come what off will Installment be- I of this beautiful acres. Elevation of this land is one of the hlahest in Orlando. and is covered with beautiful oak trees convenient to schools ......

and Navy. the first thing yon purchase churches and shopping district city bus service sensibly restricted for your protection you want to live in Sherwood Forest when you '-:

"An effective defense with theneees..qfJ' THE ANSWERS set it. ,,. It
to
tower put down -
l\1n. T. S. Hardy, clerk. -
Ocoee
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upon an aggressor the required
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I "I believe that a washing
counter-measures could machine .
be established .
by dividing the whole I win be the first thing that :-',:' ;;.V.: ,.; -_, .
i I buy I have '
country Into small military districts. -
." he said in a statement ,[wanted one for'' .. ..
"In each district a citizen defense four[ years and If
force should organized they are available ''::. ;ts4 : S.
from the when the financing .
men and women of that S
community. Each unit should be comes .. : : : : S

should commanded be actually by local armed officers with and the down level. to I sure a decent will ...'. ;..,..>.. :; : ; ."

most modern weapons. 'Educa- have one.J have : -
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tion in this orders In now ::: :-
method should be begun .1.
in the schools and continued with about five ,/;. M... a. ..:.K.'T "l'i" :; : obisS ay 'GS.ngpk, -
through college.Local ." different dealers A. M'I
I and the first one Mn. Hardy 'I

that gets a machine that I can .. ..
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Entries afford will have no trouble making .. '''' '
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buy anything on
Police Reserves today r credit. The installment .. .... k>
sent their own entry to New York .>} buying .t ; :! l ,l'
to compete next Friday night fer
on : doesn't interest '
Arthur Godfrey's talent scout :jt} me at all and I III 5'S ;}* : ; lie
program over a nation-wide hook. would not care If
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up.He the controls were If .
is Dick Aiken. first place never removed. .''':-:
winner in the second,annual Or- L': :''.. The payments w.
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lando Police Reserve talent show, M" < .aals l ,.
staged in ,the Municipal Audi- "".S.: / come dueregularly, and too if 1=. ... .. S 11,

torium here March 21. Godfrey Bowness you are not careful _: Idfct
offered the appearance ax first you will purchase more than ;
prize for the Orlando talent show; you can afford under the 'easy a cx r fet
Alien a young Sanford produce pay plan.* I think the financing : 1 1v
merchant whose romantic tenor of so many of the manufacturedItems :
voice won the trip for him. is of this country is the. cause ..
married and father of three chil- of depressions."

dren.He will be accompanied to New Miss 'Eva Austin* *clerk Winter I i i. !E r

York by D. L Smith; 2020 Elizabeth Garden: E ;?: 4\ 5' :
SU Police Reserve member i "I will buy an automobile. 1 S'i".
as talent scout '' I have been want- sS llt
AU expenses of the trip for both in?, one for overa : e,
Aiken and Smith win be borne year.Main reason lS .-' at
by the Orlando Police Reserves. that I do not rrr.. S ; fa-
Broadcast will be heard .here have one Is because H: -
through WDBO at 8:30: pan. next they are so H
Friday. scarce. If the installment '
Aiken Smith Ito
buying :, -

lifted restrictions It win be are'a .. .;\'\\1) Mr. and Mrs. Sam Turner and their daughter Sandra. pictured above have purchased the first home built by Guernsey and Green In Sherwood rs

Mrs. Given's Will big help In paying .t...='< -.' .., :t.=.(".1,,, 'Ii' Forest.. notice this home is nearing completion ., Mr Turner was formerly a pilot in the AAF and is now a captain in the air reserve. He is employed r- '

Filed for Probate for it. but I ...y'.L<.' 1:{ /Al I by the Sentinel-Star Both Mr. and Mrs. Turner and Sandra are happy to see their new home so near completion. Mr. Turner says 1 have ;
will buy it anyway v : Plied for probate yesterday in when availMiss Austin is the most beautiful resi Jen.Ial section in Orlando, and I know .. ,
able. I think removal of restric- ; : no one can build a ramshackle house next door to r- i the resale value makes r
the office of
County Judge Victor "
Hutchms. will tions will be a'benefit to the poorer it a fine investment. ; .
a totaling
$2600C
left by Mrs. Margaret F. Given people who can not afford the :: : .
bequeathed most of her personal large cash outlays required nor." I ;
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property to friends and relatives i .
here and in Pennsylvania. Jack Sumner refrigerator me- '
The will included $12,000 of chanic, .Apopka: Make Yolur Selection Now!'.
personal property in Florida. $2.- "A pick-up truck Is my choice
000 personal property outside for the first pur- .j f f'i."t
Florida. and $12,000 in real.property chase. I am tired !
..'. outside the States" of hauling re- !
:x Mrs. Given who died June 23, .; ; frigeratorsaround '
4 named Mrs. Effie X. Crooks as I in the
4f executrix. H. M. Jarvts is attorney back seat of my SX :-t
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i handling the estate. '' < .. auto. I cannot Purchase On Easy Terms :
afford to pay theE
- : A miniature rolling mill at th : \ price now, but : :
,'i\ Westinghouse Research Laboratories :;. ij' when the down
squeezes metal into strips :<" '!I:.{'<": 'payments and
- ,--. ten ties thinner than a razor i1'-tt' < t monthly tariffs
blade. The super-thin sheets are -- are ? reduced I ,
aiding scientists in studies of mag Sumner am 'sure going II DOWN '
:t. netism. after one.The finance regulationswere HOMESITES
placed on as a war measure, ; j !t
and it seems to me that they %
should be lifted .immediately." ,
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Mrs A. G. Cotney, tavern cp- i
BETAIB SERVICE exator, Lockhart! for as little as "

SOUTHERN'MUSIC mobile."I am going I have to buy a new auto- I.1 J F.H.A. APPROVED ; I.

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MADDENSREFRIGERATION back to normal again. Buying "
regulations only keep, the poor I IF'
__ people from buying what they EAsT AVE. t; : : ;''' t
need. The rich can afford to. pay -' CENTRAL I. '--IL.t - cash and have their pick of what :- ", -- ,- ,r Ec I
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Domestic-Commercial AIr-Conditioning During World.War II world exports <' e SHERWOOD } nr 1 I
Prwnpt-Ettlcient-ReaMfubte of cotton goods declined tc wf e BBHBBB m ; "
W. repair aQ makes and types about two and a half billion yardsa "
year compared with about sev- N S FOREST" ;;
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24 {tbt unbttg tntbttl-Star Orlando Florida June 29 1947 I of the pwty. let cream eakt
Foge IH. : David StuffHonored I and drinks wereatcl (fee iaettaL
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DeLand .;
I Property na color .tango*.wa* ml r a

M. Aulls Mrs. Willits Mrs. Frierson 1 Local Talent On blue. the TNOand
who atttnde e
., II Those "
,; Sells at $7,500 were DarWi grandmother.Maratha J.rrJ-
Honored AtReception Named ClubTreasurer Is HostessAt Show Set Birthday >E. LePMrgejr, Cb&rles

Luncheon ISpecwl; to The Sunday: Sentinel-Sror1] [Specie! to The Sunday Sem>neStor" ] !Riot: Charles Ramsey tbe Dean
At CocoaSpecie
DELAND-An offer of $7,500 for the city garage prop- DAYTONA BEACH-A birthday twins. Tommy and Jt&ajr. Russell -

JSrecial to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star [Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] [ to The Sunder Sentinel-Storl erty on E. Hubbard Ave. by Lyle Van Valkenberg, former party was held yesterday in hon- : Patterson.Radford Bishop.Jeanette JtcquettaeStrickland. BaIL![ Kay
and
ST. CLOUD A reception was DAYTONA ,BEACH-Members DELAND -Mts. Gerald Frier- COCOA-A local talent show NBC announcer who intends to"utilize the site as the trans- 'or of David Clyde Stuff Jr., who. I Helen and Theodora
celebrated his ninth birthday.A
i given home by honoring Mrt H.her C.niece Hartley and at hus her of the Volusia County Garden son was hostess Friday to the Rotary 'Comzapoppin! will be Presentedhere mUter location for a 250-watt radio station here, Friday peanut hunt was the feature I Hull and CecciU tampben.tdFr .

band. Mr. and Mrj Homer M. Club at a special meeting held Arms wives of members of under the auspices of the In- night was accepted unanimously by the City Commission
Aull from LeesvUle. a c., whose Friday afternoon in the Sheraton the local Rotary Club at a lunch- dian River Post of the American ers. +
1 muriage was an event of June 15. Plaza Hotel named Mrs. Hewitt eon given in the Frierson play- Legion No.32 July 10 and 11, in The property sold faces the mu- Meet
A large group of friends and house on West New York Ave. the elementary school auditorium nicipal stadium and comprises approximately Legion Postpones >
7 relatives from St. Cloud and Or- Willits treasurer of the organiza- Those attending were the Mmes. half
for of a city block At New Smyrna Beach \\\\ =
the benefit gA0
lando were-, greeted by Mrs. Charles Barrett Caldwell. E. K. Jones. Bill of the Memorial The \\\\ \\\\ i b
tion.She Building Fund.Legionnaires. City garage now located (Special to The Sunday: Sentjnel.S rJ
E. Hartley as door hostess and succeeds Mrs. Cecil Grant Green. p J. Peterson. Leroy W.
the receiving line of the honorees Lawson Fred Gross. O. P. Dawson and ladies of the there was,built at a.total cost of NEW SMYRNA BEACH The rOIiAW
wu headed by Mrs. H. C. Hartley. who resigned recently. Larry Fagan Nelson GUI auxiliary are taking part in the approximately $12.000 seven years meeting of the American Legion
The rooms ensuite with gladioli Plans were made.for a boat trip I reach George G. Smith. Morton production which will feature I ago. City Manager Fred Gross scheduled for July 4. has been
made a charming setting for the July 9. Mrs. Herbert Price president ;McDonald Andrew Preston O. A. specialties in singing and dancing. stated but that a more convenient postponed until July 11, becauseof
affair. In the dining room refreshments named Mrs. Edgar Dunn I Morse Jimmie Robinson Drew Elaborate costuming and well- location for the city facility could the holiday.
were served from a table Mrs. John Buckner Jr. and Mrs. Harris. Gene Bevis Phil Wahle color drilled.of choruses will add to the be arranged at the Municipal Air- The meeting will begin at 7.30
centered with daisies and Illuminated William Moesser to head the com- Charles Moreland. L. A. Haslup. the show and 'rehearsals p.m. at the Legion Hall.
by tan white tapers in crystal mittee. Husbands and guests are A. T. Chalmers G. A. Davis. R. H. srvjothness are being held"of daily the to assure the port.Negotiations for the sale were
I bases. to be invited. Boyd. Leo Fugle Monso Tatum production. handled by Phil Wahle presidentof Oscar W. YOUR
wn the second of Rev. Houpt
,14 On the following evening Mr. Plans were also discussed for and Clark Dol1ve.MrS. evening the the local Chamber of Commerce -
I y and Mrs. C. E. Hartley entertained the Joint meeting of an local presentation contest now winners being in the baby who was requested by Val- Named Club's Chaplain HOME COOLING PROBUM
at a buffet cupper for the couple. garden clubs in Jan. 1948 at which sponsored by kenbergh to approach the City
the Auxiliary will be announced. [ISp ciol to The Sunday Senhnel-Star\
will be hos- Flowers (
Club Commissioners the AT ITS SOURCES
Mn. Aull wUl be remembered as Volusia Garden Citizens in the on matter.
community are DAYTONA BEACH-The Rev.
Miss Pauline Keisler. tess. Valkenbergh enclosed a check
voting for their
favorite baby in Oscar W. Houpt pastor of the Resurrection
for $500 as a down payment, and
Gives downtown places of business Lutheran Church has __Jut Aarut .W >ywvtrt
Party where collection jars stated he would pay $100 per ,.. d iria II.( ,
are placed been appointed chaplain of the s p ( rat sung
month the balance with 4
on a .... .
with Iai4 Yl.er I
pictures of contesting babies. Veterans' Businessmen's Club it TI Y.1MIdat
ANNOUNCEMENTWe percent interest This
charge. arrangement -
ForSonSpeciol Each contestant has his or tier satis- was announced yesterday by Ed ,IIpc tr -tut w U airs u
considered
was
own particular jar which will remain Lagrone president. mono coobMM wttua, tte WMLTUr

y I< hay opened our Factory Branch [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star] throughout in the the same contest display spot factory.Accompanying Wahle as mem- Houpt served as a Navy chaplainIn Jut M O w.Mcmd.tw ipso tt*rwa Tt...era-/...*.
DAYTONA BEACH Rickey bers of the Chamber of Commerce World War IL .
t stocking a complete line of automotiveand AU competing babies; will be ,., 'tart jot u L'al.
Flowers who four old committee
was years were John Cannon,
TW Mh hoot
seen In a parade yttr e ywr mites
commercial batteries. Friday was honored by a birth- town streets through; down- James Sweeney and H. M. Ford. r rrlrATHLETE'S ,rebl.. fcr JllUffllf Puaa.Vllltilatlll' ...,
Saturday
day party given by his mother. July 5, so They all spoke briefly In favor of "
lG d .
voters have FOOTa1NGwOR Aster tb r
Wholesale and Retail may a better Idea of
Mrs. James Flowers at their home the sale. ...
which child to vote for. a
308 N. Peninsula Dr. .. Mrs. Flowers was'assisted by The Chinese term for aspara IMITATIONSYOU UeU the wafer prtiMaa
DIAMOND DEPENDABLE BATTERIES Mrs. William and included Smyrna Yacht ClubPlans gus lung hsi ts'ai." means "dragon's w.u r warM
Fey guests AI OMS1w1 SOc.S) ef,..,fc1 C.wu+ Ice surf. tfcr., M. M nock wen
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whiskers vegetable. U ,.. rfi
Mrs.Bob Johnson and sons Dance ro Ire&
a 122 W. Pin. St. Tel. 2-1352 Mike and Jasper Mrs.Mary Parks Thursday J
and grandchildren Chris and [Special! to The Sunday Senteiel-Starl
John Hall Christian and David NEW SMYRNA BEACHMemmers CAN HAVEan
Flowers. of the Smyrna Yacht Club
will celebrate,#&, \e Fourth of July kt n :1ai E'O 1 W'A 1 t D'-"A"Yf 1 {) Jf :
SEE IT with a pre-Fourth dance Thursday individual receiving set vest pocket size _
!Airs. Newman night when Charlie Brantleys -six ounces weight plenty of power cuts

nine-piece Negro orchestra The you in on what's going on. To keep posted our
DEMONSTRATED Honeydrippers from Tampa will
HonoredAt play.Dancing will be from 10 pan.. hearing aid is probablyWHAT Ventilated Awnings of Orlando"WE
until 2 amReservations
for the event can YOU WANT
ShowerSpecjol be made with Com. Frank W. SERVE CENTRAL FLORIDA"
Peck at Telephone 321-J. Dorcie
WEAR-EVER' [ to The Sunday SentincI-Starl Huffaker general chairman for 14 E. CHURCH ST,-ROOM 115
AUDIPHONE COMPANY
ENTERPRISE-Mrs. P. A.New- the Summer social program will
man was the guest of honor at.:a be In charge, assisted by a committee 41! Fla. Bank Bide. Ph. 2-3516 Phones .
shower given by Mrs. S. P.Darlin- :of members. Orlando 9694 Winter Garden 237 Red Sanford >I/l-J

p. ton Friday. -
THE > Games and contests highlightedthe -- + i1I
evening with Mrs. R. V. Allen -
PUSH BUTTON *Mrs.R.M McCabe.Mrs.M.H.
1 \ .A Ryan 'and Miss Helen snodgrass
PRESSURE winning prizes. Many gifts were -
COOKER received by the honoree. I ._ ,,:: 3,
Those enjoying the evening were I .d,
WITH 1M. Mrs. R. V.Allen Mrs.M. H. Ryan ; ,. .'
Mrs. O. Q. Sellers Mrs. T. Dona- .-'i: :
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hue Mrs. E. W.Jones Miss Helen 1 :
AUTOMATIC Snodgrass Mrs. William Wiebolt, l -
Mrs.D.A.'Ragon and Miss Esther t I : F
Ragon of DeLand, Mrs. Herbert
Snow of St. Petersburg and Sanford -
&roprit COVER and Mrs. Wade Singletary of .
i Sanford. Mrs. R. M. McCabe assisted ,
1 Mrs. Darlington In serving
refreshments.

npra patented Stup-Tite G ref can't be lifted off while

J. pressure is on. When cooking time is up, merely P. T. Pietys \Y e (:

posh button to release ]i'd-Lodc. The cover still can't .
Y r. q
be lifted off! But...when pressure.is down,this u1e I Have GuestsAt ':t '

utmulcmtt opens AUTOMATICAlLY!Thus Wear- :

Ever protects jour peace of mind.!. Get yours today! Osteen : ,: f'

Bf MILDRED GEORGE r
YOUR tIME fOODflAVO* [SpecioT to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]

418 FOOD COLO* 'FUEL MONEY OSTEEN-Mr.and Mrs.T. Ford Co>'
of Mississippi were Sunday guestsof
.
} Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Piety. .-
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WEAREVERMUMlNUM The Misses Bernice Williams ,
Marilyn Haught and Ethel Mae >
Todd leave tomorrow for 4-H 1
MISSURI COOKICjfe camp at Groveland for one week.'

> filM ntfj.A*cwb MtF,,,.aar* "'M Bobby and Billy Briley of Day- -
tona Beach spent the week at theP.
T. Piety home. air ,
mun0x7
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Brooke an- c conditioningfor
Mrs. Polly Anna Lee Factory demonstrator will hold a nounce the birth of a daughter ,

demonstration of Wear-E.er utensils at our stores on the Sanford HospitaL .
Mr.and Mrs.W.Kelley returned mi mtmmmm
dates
following : from vacation'with their son .
\ and his family in Kentucky. }

I ; ORLANDO, STORE WINTER PARK STORE home Curtis here.Lane is visiting. at his ; office store or home

i Mr. and Mrs. John Moore had your
Jane 31. July 1 to 5th July 7th and 8th 1 Mr. and Mrs. Barney Franklin as ,- '
9th to 12th dinner guests Saturday. r
Donald Brooke is home from
the service and will soon receivehis

Paul discharge Piety papers.spent last week in This wonderful "new quality of li in g" is made

1 6 e Tennessee.O. Spring returned from the New. Servel All-Year Gas Air Conditionergives available to you through the new Scrvcl A&Year Gas

1 {m ., Sanford finger amputated.Hospital where he had a you summer cooling, winter heating, Air Conditioner. This amazing conditioner offers, for

The Adult Training Union Class year-round comfort-with one simple unit! the first time, all the functions of effective )'ca r.round
of the Baptist Church met,at the .
lg home of Mrs. A. Haught Thurs- air conditioning in one simple unit. ,In summer the

QI1MlD0, V111NTER P day.R... W. McCullough is spendingthe Ser.el unit cools and dehumidifies the air. In winter itHere'

i 1.I 1. weekend at Pensacola. warms the air and adds j just
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. :>'" Clay 10,038 2,620 1,780 '10096 : I
}: ,(, St.Johns 21,5% .. '. '5,520 4,170 100% i '
Alachua 38,245 10,000 7,100 100% :
,.-. :. Gilchrist 1,213.,_ 283 164 35% ]
f., Putnam 17,831 ,x".. 5,300 3,570... 1009e ,
;::" Levy : 9,406 :, 2,755 1,643 95% ..{: r
Flagler 2,652 ,640 '400 100% t
;( Marion 35,132 !# 8,810 6,170 loo% ";
\\ I' :Covering- \ Volusia 58,492 ; .14,750 11,850'- 100q i
Lake 27946. 1. ; 7,650 5,790 100%' i :
: : Citrus 5,427 1,400 930 100%' i :
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Orange 86,782 25,330 21.550 100Hernando % ; ; : ;
/I1 5,672 1440. 980 ,100% ':.:
Pasco 13,729', .4,330 3,170 100% Ii
Polk 112,429 27,080 \ '21,160 .1oo% t
Osceola ',' 10,562 ". -.2,770 2,150. ::100%
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i Indian River 9,079 .., .: -2,410 1,810 1000Hillsborough -i-
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'fj Potential Customers Manatee Pinellas ,. 130,268 26,803 .34,160 7,190 30,570 5,670 100go 100% !I E I I
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'Hardee ; 8,585 ,2,280 1,590 100% I
1 De Soto 6,854 2,490 1,790 .,':100% !
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: .. .E 2,919 1,000 680 100% ..I :
f\ i 1 _'.." 7 Saint Lucie 12,958 4,130 2,980. 100% .
: Martin 6Q94 2160 1,550, ,,100% :
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; 54.9 of Population Lee Hendry 20,054 3,292 5,985 1,040. 5P70 721 -65 85%% I
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Page 26 eke Sunfcnt f tntinr1-: &tttr Orlando, FJorida, June 29, 1947 t> ORMUND POWERS [ to The Sunday Sentinel-Star

:{ Estimators Check [Our Own Staff Cbrrescondent LAKELAND-Rapidly runningout
I LEESBTJRO-The four Leesburg of fruit the Florida duns
schools. two white and two Negro deal has available yet about % _
I State Export Future Described will benefit from a project to million boxes of oranges and less

iOn Crop ForecastsUncle land acquire with and pine plant trees.1,200 acres of the than Growers that of Administrative grapefruit, reports Committee of '.

I. indicated. -
The project. in charge of the Although there Is technically ft
I Sam's crop estimators are eyeing the final days Citrus Industry Leesburr Junior Chamber of little more than three million
of the citrus season to check up-along with the industryon Commerce, calls for the acquisition grapefruit left from the U. S. Department .
# how right they were when they said back in October and planting of 100 acres Agriculture crop estimate <
of land each year for 12 'years. the Government said in its
I there would be 101,700,000 boxes produced this year. Action Urged"Exports : -JayCees are buying the land. June report that much of this had :
: __ The chances are that J. C. Townsend Jr., and his staff It will be deeded to the County to be abandoned economically and
I 'ft of agricultural statisticians over Board of Public Instruction for the would not be available. .;

I Declares/ at the Orlando office of the U. S. of Florida citrus to use and benefit of Leesburg: Utilization of oranges Is al'd-
J Texan Bureau of Agricultural Economics Western Europe next season couldbe I schools. The JayCees will also proximately three million boxes :
almost nothing or more than a ,furnish the trees and supervisionfor more than last season. Grapefruit ,i,
No Need To Fear will come within a million or so half-million boxes-and the actions planting, and the schools will utilization however. is five million '
))1 i boxes of having been right in their of the industry now will determine furnish the labor for planting.A under the 1.45-46 figure. ::?
'Quick Decline' October estimate. the answer to a great extent. perpetual forest is the plan ,
: Which in a 100 million box ." Herbert J. Krauel. managerof of the junior chamber: the first I' .4t
{Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Srarl] forecast Is about 99 per cent >w'. United Florida Citrus Exporters 100 acre planting, which will be 10i..
WESLACO. Texas-Discounting correct declared yesterday."It planted this year should be ready Saws Cot Better t

P! reports of the spread of Statistics of' the Growers Ad- Is significant that In 1948 for cutting in 12 to 15 years. Whenit ..'
"quick decline" in Californiagroves. ministrative Committee indicate b tr.a' s.. while total United States exports is cut it win be immediately re -wheJS obey are mea tj .

Texas Commissioner of that if anything, the BAE was a C f ay,,," A of fresh oranges was 7- planted. >taaciiiim. Every tooth
little too low in its original estimate 691,000 boxes exports from Florida Board of Forestry and level and pitch made uniform _f
L I I Agriculture J. E. McDonald declared only 67,64 Parks will furnish 10,000 seedlingsfor T-
or that crop losses due to Florida ports were and accurate-EkSfcew.
quarantines or embargoes asserted. "Florida each of the four Leesburg' -
adverse weather conditions were boxes he
i against California citrus were too high. exports this season total only schools: Leesburg high school Saws cot cleaner i

gil not justified. The GAC reported 82 7-10 mil 155,000 boxes. Leesburg elementary school. Late fcw&er, |ruo r. Speedservice / :s;
lion boxes utilized as of June 21. "There is citrus going abroad County Training School elemen- on > .
__ "There seems no"justification Toss in another ?i million boxes from the United states-but using tary, and Lake County Training all kinds 'of
R for great alarm. McDonald during this and next week and direct exports from Florida School high. i You?\ f
saws
that totals 83Yz million boxes. ports as an indication-less than -
said.Several Rio Grande Valley When the 83'/i million box figure 1 per cent is Florida fruit. Sodium Fluoride Used ?be pleased
utilized is deducted from the Much of export possibilitiesnext Let ta fib
_ growers had requested the com- r
missioner to embargo California 1101,700.000 estimate originally season depends upon the fac- To Remove Roundworms ounsaw .
citrus in Texas for fear the dis !made by the Government that tors of shipping facilities and dollar TAVARES-Sodium fluoride Is
leaves 18 1-5 million boxes on exchange available in foreign
\ ease might be Introduced into now replacing oil of chenopodiumand
: Valley groves."THIS which an accounting must be 4y countries to buy citrus. but Floridacan phenothiazine for the removal -
made. not stand by any longer while of large roundworms for swine. FLORIDA SAW SERVICE
E But dry and warm weather and other sections strengthen their Information for the use of sodium -
LI high winds before February causeda hold on foreign markets Krauel fluoride can be obtained 319 Long St, Rear
loss of four million boxes cut- + e > added. t from the county agent's office! "At Uu Sir of the silver Saw
ting the Feb. 1 estimate down to i "The time to sell Florida citrus here.
97,800.000 boxes. abroad next season-or the season I -
a 1 ti after that-is now," the export -.
Then the
came February l official said.Recently.
freezes and the BAE knockedoff 1
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another ll\? million boxes returned from a two
so that its March 1 estimatewas months surrey of foreign mark -
F down to 86,300,000 boxes. -ts, Krauel suggested that "an Better :
i Economic R advertising program to educate ? G RVE M.?
abandonment of
the 130 million people of West-
!Ti i Q Q : i'boxes grapefruit was credited totaling to three production million ern using Europe Florida to the citrus advantagesof can and CROPS f

iA i but could, not show in shipment .
must be accomplished."To
I II figures.AU =1RRIGATtONPR
crop losses credited by the s gain the confidence of Eu- ,efs
Government totaled 18Va! million ropean citrus importers must ':
boxes. This compares with the be able to assure them of a dependable -
A ONE'S utilization of 831& million boxes supply of sound fruit.
reported by the. GAC and the This will require stead-fast cooperation SYSTE1o
original October estimate of 101- of Florida suppliers."If .
> FOil ME!" 700.000 boxes. we consider Europe merelyas
On the aU.lmportant'orange 'dumping ground for surplus
f deal the Government in October oranges when the New York-priceis
not high enough we will get
said it believed there would be 62
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,I Vary your walls with Texo- million boxes produced. By June ,r + dumping ground response. But
lite-that fast drinr-ftQ' to 1,weather had whittled this downto s. 3a that is not the large potential

apply-cold water paint. It goes 52& million boxes and utilization af market which our expanding pro-" # .
to date totaled 52 duction requires more every year.
million
on easily and smoothly and
boxes. with & million believedstill Because of the nearness of this 0 $
covers completely in one coat. available.On market to Mediterranean produc-
;
tangerines, the BAE originally ing areas Krauel conceded that I
You'll find a wide variety of estimated 5200.000 boxes of competition would be severe. i Ii
"We must change the consum-
beautiful colon-to use or mix production and the State utilized ing habits of Western Europe and
,here at Fittman's. Stop In 4800000. Grapefruit production teach them to extract the juice
z, J soon and choose those yon prefer estimates with utilization were 341 Vi million boxes for children and grown-ups. It i
totaling 27 million
will teach the people that it is an :
from our complete color to date. enjoyable health giving drink.
: charts.PITTMAN. This already has been done so well tet 4t y''g tleoyf

j j'if Florida. Ships 6,310 In this country and Canada.

I Cars. of Watermelons "Western Europeans are
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fresh run eaters. Once we
I Special to The Sunday Sentinel-Stor have shown them how to best R1NG
LEESBURG Florida has use fresh Florida fruit the dol- -
'if I shipped 6,310 cars of watermelonsto lar value in our oranges will
I date as compared with 7.083 give us a superiority unequalled pFtiIIIJJIi
i at this time last year and 7,440 by any other producer. j
for an of 1947 the U. S. Depart-
Recently developed methods of I
F ment of Agriculture reported. i
J CIR'L 2 31083'J Georgia has moved 162 cars as handling citrus cargoes in ships
i IV 5AlLANDsr compared with 2,571 cars at this 0.rC may overcome the handicap of a
time last year and 7,282 for all lack of refrigerated vessels and'
I of 1947. may prove less expensive the ex- I I
--- port official added. I i
I "We must realize that this
prob-I'
f A z lem must be answered
11. can gain confidence abroad in'' gQ.BDX 373-PHONEEIia.E30W.CHURCH ST.
1h1! ; our product. United States citrus I
LUMBERBUILDING showed a 25 to 40 per cent decay'
) generally and up to 80 per cent in i
i4' some instances. No European importer -
can operate profitably on .
SUPPLIES k r M-, w iY M''. that basis. MULTI-PURPOSE -
Florida exporters must use the
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proper type of vessels. They must
Oak Flooring Pine Flooring Siding Ceiling select and ship sound fruit pack-
A aged properly and in fast vessels.
Sash Doors Mouldings Sash Weights Cord To supply the proper volume PREFABRICATEDARMY '

Sash Locks Builders Hardware Nails Roofing to foreign markets.. Krauel
I stressed that there must be a
I Cabinets. ,. broader basis of co-ordination
among Florida shippers.
,I And Many More Articles THIS IS CITRUS shipped from Florida portsas are shown being unloaded on the dock, and I "We win not have a large-scale

I it arrived in the Western Euroupean mar- in'the bottom picture, the oranges are stackedon European market as long as the SURPLUSBUILDINGS !

i kets this season. These were the wharf, awaiting bids from Belgian Florida producer thinks of it ia
oranges
I I PHILLIPS INDUSTRIES IRC. pur- buyers. This shipment had up to 80 per cent terms of box-cars diverted from
chased by a Belgian importer and were photographed i decay, and represents the problems confronting clogged Northern auction marketsonce

PHONE 2-1229 MICHIGAN ATE. AT ACL BT.DENING upon arrival in Antwerp. In the top i Florida exporters. It illustrates the need "To or compete twice a in season.a market of 130

picture, they are shown in the hold of the for industry action to co-operate in insuringa minion people we instead must

I Liberty Ship which transported them, stacked supply of sound fruit, properly packaged and have a steady flow directed abroad -

t \i 18 high in ordinary bruce boxes, with- transported, if Florida is to cash in on the upon Antwerp which Stockholm large-scale and dealers Londoncan in

out refrigeration. In the middle picture, they i i'e tern Eurpean market. rely months In advance. ..

T- ..A. .:*.L.. However Krauel stressed that ..

10"'" Eight Nation Survey Outlined i i Great Britain purchased more I foreign Immediate markets prospects must of depend developing primarily ':"; : '

1,1 1h1 1 than 21 million boxes annually before upon availability of dollar '<

Export possibilities surveyed in eight European the war. A large percentageof I exchange. ll'

nations by Herbert J. Kraul, manager of United Florida grapefruit came from Florida ,I

Citrus Exporters, showed England, Sweden, Belgium and and Palestine. Oranges were Imported Norris Urges Checks .,4>> ,
I NMI' Holland as the best prospects for Florida citrus. mostly from Palestine and On Newcastle Disease
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Spain with varying quantities
France: Although her 41 1 1 from Florida. Texas exported half- [Spectcl to The Sunday Sentinel-Star]
WATER million people are undernourIshed .change. This Is expected to be million boxes of grapefruit this I TAVARES-So far no cure has
she lacks dollar ,exchangeand j more conducive to fruit purchases to England and demand is expected been found for Newcastle's
is not expected to be a I within two years and because of to be high for Texas fruit among chickens. County Agent n.1
large-scale purchaser for from geographical location Florida will once pipitsrade again is .entered : E. Norris said.However .
SYSTEMS four to five years. Before the I be 'able better to compete with into. If the currency situation I rigid sanitary ,
war imports totaled eight mil Mediterranean producers in permits the Government is ures and segregation of affected
: .i lion boxes. Most came from I freight rates; The progressive ,anticipating releasing birds are two weapons for com
Spain but political relations j Norwegian mind is expected to be private firms next season.imports to I batting the disease as well as infectious I SIZE 16WDELIVERED .
prohibit these imports at pres.I susceptible to education on extraction i, Ireland: Citrus fruit is not as I bronchitis and colds.
i Symptoms of Newcastle's disease
ent. of Florida orange Juice. .
:1,popular here as in other countries 1 are similar to those of colds, and I II PRICE .
Belgium: First nation to free Sweden: Texas grapefruithas with'slow retail sales on imports | include nervous movements such I
+f traders from government restrictions taken the lead in this major :of grapefruit and- oranges from 1. as twisting the neck and walking oo t''
cad upII consuming area which imported : Palestine. T in circles. j 495
the "wonderful opportunity"there more than three million t .
dealt blow by
was a severe
boxes from all countries this
Florida shipments which arrived season. The Swedes are fond

with uary. considerable Because of this decay, sound in Jan-fruit I of Italian oranges but in the HARDBOARD BUTT SHINGLES,
future are expected to demand
II arriving two months later failedto SIZE IffxlPDELIVERED
more grapefruit GYPLAP BOARD
KOHLER LIGHT'I receive a single bid at an Ant- I CYPRESS BOARD
werp auction attended by 300 deal- England: Ranking first in the PRICE
TILE ;
t ers. However if good fruit is assured importation of citrus in the world ; BOARDBATHROOM PLYWOOD
I it is believed Florida can I -
I I ; PLANTS. regain place in this market. FIXTURES DOORS $225.00TEXNS :

-- eHI' -- Holland: The Dutch are expect" SKILL + EXPERIENCEMakes UTILITY BOARDS LAWN CHAIRS A' ,r
ed to life restrictions on inter- .
*H the difference in the world
.f, national trade soon, with many in construction.. CYPRESS BEVELED SIDING
I MICROMET STOPS importers now acting as agentsfor :
Interests. "Morris Builders Has Both"One
Belgium and Swiss
) J Before the war, the Netherlands LOCK SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS-OPEN -:;. ,
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RUSTY WATER were heavy importers of citrus contract means one responsibility ;
receiving two minion boxes annually and saving to you. OUTSIDEWHITE PAINT; BUILT-IN IRONING BOARDS

for a per capita consumption Consult Your Local Architect
l of 25 pounds. Q .

t FARM & HOME MUCH. CO"1' Norway: Rating second before to We bid win on appreciate your project.an opportunity BRYANT LUMBER CO. "VV1f. i -.

the war only to the Dutch in per Mnnf'OIUNO.'lOlID.. '1HONll.1910
capita of citrus the MORRIS BUILDERS (INC
430 W. Robinson Ave. consumption 1220 .
SPUR ST. PHONE 2.1022 UP 7 STEPS
People want oranges although :%3 Edxewater Drive
.I handicapped by depleted ex- Ph. 4SSI I y_ UP 7 STEPS


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Orlando, Florida June 29, 1947 ebg &unfog fenittol-frtar Page 27'' .

Oar 0n Br Staff AL CODY Correspondent] Bulletin Tells Attributes of Suwannee !S I II

TT'ISSIMMEE-Five Texas cattlemen, all interested in Truck CITRUS NOTES

I\buying quantities of Florida range cattle, appeared in Crop MIS. TOMMY HORNUKISSIMMEE E. T. Home, Live Oak tobacco 1 the Farm Bureau started to 1944
;.i' the Kissimmee First National Bank almost simultaneously Suwanee County farmer who is chairman of the with their chief aim to make a
bright leaf tobacco committee of I better Suwannee County tad to 4
' Movement Cut Aids and its many agricultural attributes
last week and the trend indicated is than Merchandising
no more are featured in the June the Florida Farm Bureau urged I encourage farmers in their work.
: cattlemen all over Florida expect, Sen. N. Ray Carroll, I issue of the Florida Farm Bureau tobacco growers in this issue. to The County Chamber of Commerce
':"1 usceon county rancher avers. 30 Per CentF Bulletin published in Kissimmee buy shares in the plan for stabilizing I through its Pres. Fred J. ,
prices of their product. He Green also opened the way to
0: the five who paid the courtesy monthly.
vegetable shipments Sales of Tomatoesly reported that the Stabilization markets for certain products lathe
call two of them came : '< Classified as the Suwannee
.. ? during the 1946-47 season fell 30 Corporation since its organization County.
jII straight out and said they like .. .' per cent below those of the previ- County edition the June Bulletin in June 1946 had purchased 66.-
; Florida-bred and raised cattle better /.: ous crop year Statistician Joffre GURNET in an article describing its 463.403 pounds at a cost of $19.- Lee 'Sweet' Growers t
., David of the Florida Vegetable [for Own Staff Correspondent;: many agricultural enterprises 968.879.1jy August, using the CCC
than In what the country.they'd seen" Carroll elsewhere Committee reported yesterday. ASHEVILLE, N. C.-Random notes on citrus by a pointed out the the County's fact that 450.009 about fInancing Plan Acreage Increase
of
half
said. He is shipping 500 head of Truck and rail movement this homeward bound citrus-minded tourist: acres are farmed of which ap- A recently constructed central [rScw el' 'o The Sunday Snmel-Stsr]
hardy Brahman grades from his year is estimated at approximately with- Tomato juice is the favorite breakfast beverage in proximately 6,305 acres are devoted pasteurizing plant in Live Oak FORT MYERS Sated over
Carrollton Ranch at Deer Park to >.fo 65.399 47.000 last cars season.as compared While truck most of the restaurants and eating places noticed in the to its principal crop to has solved many producer problems the success of their early sweet
the Western plains before long,and bacco. for the Suwannee County potato crop Lee County farmers
shipments this season were slightly first 11 days of a trip through 13 States and the District of
he says that his is no exception. :(. ,.'f, than last rail This County has many agricul- dairymen and has opened the I already are planning a marked Increase -
;:. more year movement I Columbia. The reason-more mere to obtain
.. Movements of .- was cut almost 40 per cent. merchants report. tural features according to the way for consumers a in next years acreage.
cattle such I chandising
as limitless supply of milk for every -
best trade Florida juice was articles entitled "Suwannee Coun- County Agent Carl Hcuck said
the recent 23-carload shipmentto David's did not include They say that every wholesale need according to an article. I
cents In
report priced at 29 our rirantie ty Farm Life Is Abundant 'Home good yields and prices received
Richmond. Tex. will be com watermelons which are still being grocery salesman and brokerage special sale for a 36- is expected to result
Sweet Home. Some of these are Two organizations which have by growers
monplace agent is promoting tomato juice 1
simmee before lone the Kis- shipped in quantity. Although and offering an sorts of special ounce can one to a customer, hogs beef cattle watermelons, pecans had a part in the betterment of in a boost of this 400-aere crop
banker believes. The starting late, the melon Inducements.For while a cheaper off-brand was peanuts turkeys poultry i the County's agriculture are, the more than four times the 191C
Richmond-bound train carried movement is expected to equal priced at 40 cents no limit and truck planting.
corn dairying crops. County's Women's Organization of
'> 791 head, reportedly $12,000 last year's 9092 cars. example you can take a i
worth'of beef which label off a can of a certain brand Little fresh fruit from Florida --- ------
was put on
"Sweet corn and sweet potatoeswere
Western grasslands 72 hours after the only two principal of tomato juice send it in with 25 was noted except some bagged man for many years. And few of '
leaving Kissimmee last Monday da commercial vegetable FlOri-I cents and get a pair of householdor stuff put up at Auburndale and at them knew they could obtain Coming Events
night. show an Increase in shipmentsover dressmaking shears. These' Orlando. Some other orangey, point-of-sale display material. July 9-11-Florida Dairy Industry Asra Convention Miami Beach.
obtainable sell
<; same shears, when which looked Just "in grade fbr And not one single piece of this -
I 1945-46. he explained. 19-Brahman Cattle Sale. Arcadia.
The shipment was ordered by for 75 cents to $1 across the counter in point-of-sale material, costing the' July
and about 176s selling
twos were
"Coming mainly from the Fort t
W. R. Pmka. Texas banker and stores report.Practically industry thousands of dollars a Aug. 21-West Florida Dairy Show, Chipley.
Myers acreage sweet potato move- several places at 40 to 49 cents a I
cattleman. irlo Bronson. local N. RAY CARROLL ment jumped 375 per cent this every store this dozen-while the eight-pound cot- I year was noted on the entire trip. Aug. 25-29-Citrus Growers Institute. Camp McQuarrie. I
rancher, furnished 500 head in the has Texas visitors. season. With Central Florida correspondent visited-over 159 ton mesh bags were selling at 48 Sept. 1-6-Annua] Poultry Institute, Camp McQuarrie.
movement and the balance was< sweet corn production increased in the 13 states and DC had toSS cents. A lot of roadside peddlers I UPCOMING EVENTS: Meeting Sept. 18-Florida Association of Soil Conservation District Super -
supplied by C. H. Carlton. of Lor-, i that commodity showed a 45 per some kind of a display of tomato featuring watermelons and committees at visors. .;
:' Ida. Eight carload 3 from Arcadia 'eyes twinkled with good humor cent rise." juice-and prices ranged from loupes had from six to a dozen Lakeland on Tuesday Meeting Sept. 18-20-Sumter County Breeders Show and Rodeo. Webster- t-
due to be included in the 'I'when he used the word "Western.I ," However the bulk commodities 23 to 25 cents for two No. 2 bags of Florida oranges selling of the Florida Citrus Commission Oct. 19-Second Florida Aberdeen-Angus Show and Sale Oca!*,,
shipment were held up by what *. including Irish potatoes celery cans-Just slightly more than them "two or three a day" at. 75 at Lakeland on Wednesday Oct. 22-24-Fat Hog Show and Sale Ocala. trie
railroad officials described as an I FLORIDA RODEO and tomatoes slipped sharply. canned grapefruit juice. cents. when a special survey committee :
:.: old-fashioned stampede, in which CENTRAL for IndependenceDay Potato shipments hit Not one merchant contacted, in headed by Latt Maxcy of Frost- Oct.; 28-30-Annual Meeting. Florida... State Horticultural Society
= two horses were In a restaurant in Virginia a casual check could remember proof will possibly make at least St. Petersburg. 13
were trampled to death Weekend: Three performancesand hardest being only 46 per cent five-ounce of a
paper cup an
orange
i and several cowhands narrowly a special showing of Palomino of last season. Tomatoes colored drink was served as an talking to a Florida field service a preliminary report.
escaped injury. horses win feature the annual Silver dropped 37 per cent and celery "appetizer" and its taste indicateda ; fe, F
This is a feeder cattle proposi I Spurs Riding club rodeo In i movement showed a 25 per cent weak solution. Checking it was -
tion." Carroll pointed out. "These', Kissimmee July 3-4. at the Spurs I I decrease. found that it was water colored o.
steers ue shipped out will be fed II: arena, two miles east of the city Beans weathered adverse growing with a so-called "orangeade pOw-
on Texas grass, then shipped to : on the old St. Cloud road. Performances conditions better with shipments der" and that the cost to the eat- ft
com and fattened for slaughter Il. Thursday and 2 pjn. and 8 pjn I' per gallon, than straight canned !
eventually coming back to our I on Friday. year.Other commodities, with the juice would cost-but the work of S t<
.1- dinner table and probably label- Arcadia's Championship affair percentage representing ,the relation an adept merchandiser indicated gt\t-\
ed "Western Meat" he said. His I I I is set for three days commencing of this year's movement to He had sold several cases Z : : ir
last season, included cabbage. 79 of it to the eating place and had ; \
' per cent; cucumbers, 85 per cent; given a cheap. wall clock as a ;
FLA. CITRUS INDUSTRYGRADUALLY eggplant, 92 per cent; escarole. 73 premium.In .
per cent: and peppers 74, per cent. other places, all sorts of
Only scattered areas still are foodstuffs are being given that ,
AWAKENS shipping from Florida includinga extra push by the use of such F P.
few cars of eggplant and pepper things as surplus Army target
from balloons, target kits -tool C tea
Hawthorne, potatoes from boxes"and f- !
T TO FOLLOWING FACTS the LaCrosse section and celery the like as premiums.In -
from Island Grove. This move- one drug store in Asheville tt ttS
<;v ment is expected to be negligible a somewhat out-of-place display t-
after this week. of 46-ounce cans of citrus juices
,1. The pressing necessity of considerably more industry-wide co- I was noted. Probably 50 cases on to
operation and co-ordination of sales plans.
Independence Day. Only Florida the shelves with more In the

.2. The necessity of eliminating poor quality fruit that is now helpingto men will be entered In the stock room the clerk said. The ,
glut the market and leaving a bad taste in the mouths of our contests for which purses of t'
$1,200 have been set. Out of the .
*<' consumers. three days sweating will emerge ::M1Y'*' P.I Us :
;, 17 .
3 3. The necessity of having a crop of oranges that will ship in the the 1917 Florida Champion cow < \: : ;

summer months and keep Florida before the consuming public. boy 1947 Queen who, ,with will reign Leola for Parker.a year. :L UMB R : _

4. That POPE SUMMER ORANGES are a top-quality fruit, bright Nathan Hazelief of Okeechobee _
*. golden color thin skin and full of juice In the summer months. i won the title last year, but Runt .
Smith of Nocatee. Armistice EXHAUST FANS

,S, That POPE SUMMER GRANGES do not have to be picked and I' Day Rodeo winner, is tops in ; I r
r
i shipped until the huge Valencia crop is out of the way. points for the 1947 title to date. 30" and up $99.50 up ;. T y .
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I Plant City will have two days of .,' ".", < t t.
U. That POPE SUMMER ORANGES command a beiter price because round-up contests with performances l\ledidne Wood and ',
fl c= ,the market is not glutted. I scheduled for July 4-5 at i Cabinet ,
;\ the Hillsborough County Cattle- Large Stock Metal i
'7.'That POPE SUMMER: ORANGE' trees have been planted; in large men's Assn. arena north of the $5.50 to .
':' blocks by the following: city according to Burton Walker, Mouldings Famous Double-Protecting f. .
president of the association. A $26.00 Complete stock. .
feature of the festivity will be a I
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calf scramble for local boys who '
D. Keene, Inc. John Russell will grapple for calves providedby Dry Framing; Sheathing; : I

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Di Giorgio Fruit Corporation Finley-Mason out this ladependecnt Day at cow- Door : .
; Jerry Egan Forrest Graves boy competition handled again by Grills: Knives now made from

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28 gfc>! Smtfoa' ggttUtrI-ar Orlando, Florida, June 29, 1947 ''- ',', .. : _

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I THE GALLUP POLL r.
E f Pace Reports


,j: I; Wallace// Third Party Threat Group OpposedTo 1il Ia v IX +Y A '3' ttl 'L id t 2.n



: Not Viewed as Unique in U.S. WalkerLAKELAND .':" ":,.::'.;:.

(I ) ly GEORGE GAllUP [TAP United Grow- :

Director, Amencon Institute of Public Opinion ers and Shippers Association of [' x

PRINCETON, N. J.-The Wallace third party threat Orlando, one of the two large

j is not a unique phenomenon in recent American politicsnor trade organizations in the Florida s'
its
citrus industry has expressed
does it represent a groundswell of popular protest, "unequivocal opposition" to the q-

'. ; judging from public opinion soundings just completed by employmentof Marvin H. Walker U't L .

the Institute. a Lakeland as general manager of

Within the decade there the Florida Citrus Commission or -
ticket which polled 272 cent >
4 f have been several third party per | any other important place in the t _
of the total vote in 1912.
i boomlets with approximately the i, commission organization. 1 y sj itr11.
Today's reveals these Important Walker is secretary-treasurer of ___
} I same; political support as a thIrJ I survey I ; w k ___
party formed by Wallace would facts about the type of the Florida Citrus Products Assn.. .
E likely get today. Such a third voters to whom a Wallace third | with offices here. .

party would, at present, draw support I party would appeal: I Copies of a letter which was .?::.,- x eP drA
from a little over one-tenth If-One in five 119 per centl of sirned by :Marl Pace general ',',v, dt

I of the Toters.Nevertheless. I the people who voted for Roosevelt manager of United to Rollie

I t its importance as in 1944 say they would support the Tillman, chairman of the Florida -
l i a threat to Democratic chances to new party. If they actually did it Citrus Commission were received -
win the Presidential election next would mean some five million votes here yesterday. _
year should not be underestimated. -but only if the new party succeeded a
!
If the new party were able to get' in getting on the ballot .in (Reached Tby telephone at his r H
1 on the ballot in key areas such as all States which is unlikely. ,, home Walker just back from tC04
1'
I the; big cities it could prove acutely ,I| 2.-A Wallace party would draw Washington, where he watched
( embarrassing to the Democrats. : its strength more from labor union developments Jn connection with
For the Wallace party if formed I I members than from any other proposals to have citrus includedin ; Fs
l would draw about five times as' major group. Among union mem- foreign relief foods told The J1I

z I 'many converts from the Demo-! bers polled, 22 per cent say they Sunday Sentinel-Star that he had

1 tratic rnks as from the GOP. j I! would be for such a party. ;; no comment to make on the let-

h > The popular appeal of such a :: It would have least appeal to :i ter.] JJ

party was measured in a 48-State ,, farmers, despite the fact that Wallace I
u.ti u.
t survey by the institute in 'which I has a farming background, I' Orange County
i Interviewers questioned a true I and served as Secretary of Agriculture -
cross-section of voters on the ol- : as did his father before Court RecordsMARRIAGE

lowing: : him. Only six per cent of farmers : APPLICATIONS 1j4
in today's poll say they would ,
1 ; Howard Broadway Tranam. 36 field
If Henry Wallace starts a new
| M1'e
support a Wallace party. rrprewntatiTc. Jacksonville and Gloria
liberal political party do you think I Violet RahaL 23. Savannah.
I you would vote for the Presidential I 3.-It would appeal more to I IJOUO& Cecil Edwird Badlfy, 24. laborer Port s ,
Huron Llch.a and Mary Elizabeth Curry, N c
Candidate of that party in the next voters, especially veterans, 29. tteno-clerk. Port Huron. Mich. 0 v
I 11 flection I than to the middle-aged and James Nathaniel Thompson. 22. student '
v elderly. Pine Castle and Doris Christine Peterson. ,au -

Yes .............._.______.... 13 who they would 24.Robert Eustis.Fucate Rice. 10. Winter Park. ftt\e: '
4.-People
I ; No ... __..._..___._..___..68No t.1 Wallace third say party have II and Patricia Anne Winter 18, 803 Grand I

,:::- opinion ..............._...__.. 19 support very different a ideas from the rest Are.Howard William Tarr Jr. 27. truck
driver. 135 W. Church. and Kettle Edna
'The !3 per cent is made up of I of the country on Russia and onl, Powell. 21 registered Bursts 40 W. South :a
10 per cent who say definitely that labor legislation. St. .
-
they think they would support a I' They favor a softer policy toward I' James Wilson Nance. 25. Navy, Raleigh. ---
N.and Mary Lyda Fault 23 Cocoa.
Wallace party, plus three per cent Russia than the rest of the SUITS IN CHANCERY 1 I r FOR THAT CERTAIN "Pit :S"IN

who say they probably would, depending I country, and a majority of Wal- et Harry al quiet, C title.COUNTY Burn. et HI: TS Grec Murptu Booze Carelessness Get McKethan FINE FOODS-FINE SERVICE-FINE DRINKS

on its policies and other lace supporters familiar with the JUDCrS COURT i COME TO THECANDLELIGHT
factors. Taft-Hartley bill were opposed to Prank D Guernsey et aU 17th and final : I &
this other it whereas the annual report estate of Joseph L Gueraley. i I I Addresses CLUB
How does compare with among general pub- t tI

third party movements in the I lic the measure was approved by MalT K UrCano. 7th annul report estate Blame in 174 AccidentsBy I i Orange Ave, Winter Park, 2 Door North of Orlando Av*.
past? those who had heard or read about I ol Hanhall and Margaret UeCann. Tn RtMrratloas Pb*.e 917$
Roslynne Damns 2d annual report estate BankGroup i
In 1944 in New York State the I it.Analysis of Alfred Damtu. --
American Labor Party Liberal'' of the views of Wallace Florida National Bank of Jacksonville j --
party ticket polled 13 per cent,, I followers on labor and -on foreign executors final report and petition for. DOYLE CLAY .. A. A. McKethan, .
Two years before that the American : policy illustrates not only part of discharte.Malvern.Estate order of D for Edward distribution MacCarthy.May and [Orlcndo, Morning SerV'nel Stcff Wnterl: president of the Brooksville'l .- .

Labor party candidate for I the reason for his! following. but letters of discharge estate. of Lucy ittlalvern. Freely-flowing booze, both whiskey and beer and a Assn., spoke on

Governor of New York polled 10 also some of the .basic conflicts Irwin.W Castlen. first "annual report. careless disregard for simple rules of safety yesterdaywere II of banking operations at a meet-

per cent. I within the Democratic party. estate of Virril H Castlen. blamed by Florida State Highway Patrol Sgt. Bill ing last night in the Angebilt Ho- Let'sDoors ..o =,. .. -
Shortly before our entry into Among Wallace's followers the Clara B Lawn final report and application tel of the Florida Conference of
for discharge, estate of Amos Ray Norris for 174 traffic accidents in outside
World War II. a poll by the institute i two viewpoints-liberal treatmentof Lawn. Orange County, II the National Assn. of Bank Audi- I .
found 16 per cent of the unions and a softer policy toward Anni B Crutcher et al. petition for Orlando, between Jan. 1, 1947 and June 20, 1947. tors and Comptrollers.
country willing to Join a Keep- I Russia-are not necessarilyheld : Crutcher.letters testamentary, estate of Robert S These accidents killed seven per- It was the second meeting here 'I

II Out-Of-War party if one were I by the same people. In fact. INSTRUMENTS FILED: sons. of the new organization, and Em-
f founded. In 1938 when Robert and sympathy for labor unions is found W T Lomneck.et az to M S Verio** In addition 90 persons were hospitalized II mett D. Bates. Orlando president. N
et ux: mt
Philip LaFollette of Wisconsin announced I widespread among groups of low Rosa assign Jamp et* at to 3 Merle Reviles for treatment. .Brewery Union said that because of its central : 1

their intention of starting economic status where there is a et al am.Magtw. And the mishaps cost; well above location this city will be used for 1
1 'I William to If S elus
Vertov
a-National Progressive party one pronounced anti-Russian senti- : mti $1500. (40,000 in damage to automobiles. most future sessions.
out of every 11 voters who had 4 ment. Wallace's problem is how M S Vertowe .et u to Haiti Williams trucks motorcycles and other ve- I Open 12i,:

t heard of the party wanted to join'[ to keep in line the followers "whodon't wd Norwood$10. Hospital to W T Lomneck et hicles. This figure does not of i j oMeefHere Meeker Estate Is Filed NOW SNOWING --
t It.I .- agree with each other about i
bonds
u sm. course include fines, ,,
I In 1935 when llatj Lont's I I the two subjects labor and Russia W T Lomneck at vx to U S Vwgowett estreated by courts hospital bias I Here for Court ProbateEstate --

fame was at its height. 10 perE E I' -on which he has taken a Evelyn tut wd Deal$19. to W T Lomneck ct al part paid or due and payable or the |I II j; Florida State Council of Brewery I of Frank W. Meeker S1Tt

j J cent of voters questioned by the forthright and much dramatized rel mt.. costs of seven funerals. \i Workers will hold its annual Oakland, who died June 17 has Sal t ...
W C Wilson et 1IX to Thomas W Wit- I j E
1 Institute indicated sympathy stand. at 11 in Union j It
I lard et vz lilt<< $1.000. Some of these facts were revealed meeting am. today been admitted to probate by 61t
I with a third party. E P RaIl to Hugh Reeve Jr claim of < ;I Hall. Fidelity Bldg. C. E. Susky, County Judge Victor Hutchins. do 11TH
during a check of the j jHighway I
f In the Wallace of I ,lien.William head of the Orlando Brewery I Documents indicate total 1
short figure { Pine Castle News Abernathy et u to Eva: X: McGee Patrol records on file value at WtpA
33, per cent compares closely with i i : et BI am. in the office of Sheriff Jim Workers, announced yesterday.pprodmatelJ' $8.500 in Orange County and $1-

the: average of recent years. Going i, PINE CASTLE-Meeting of the Assn South MAS Lake Picqaett Apopka et Citrus u sat Growers of crop Black made by The Orlando .\ : 15 delegates I 300 el;e'A"here.Beneficiaries.
r back to 1924 Robert LaFollette Official Board of the Methodist lien and rat*. Morning SentineL Others we from all over the State will hear | are listed as two
the elder'polled 17 per cent of the I Church will be held Tuesday nightin h Harry D Ashford eDS to Lottia A obtained by listening to court an address by Joseph Brady, international I sons and four daughters five of
'iota vote for President. But that Rex mug 500. co-ordinator of the whom live in New
the parish house. All membersare Thomas B Skeels et u to Frederick proceedings and by talking to Jersey. One son,
I'1 ;was far below the performance of urged to be present, as there Adam Elmore et ux wd S10.Xlnuc Sgt. Norris and otber Highway union. Snaky said. I Harrison S., is a resident of Cler-
MJ Roosevelt's Bull Moose : W Lott to W K B UitdwH ct It is planned to act resolu- mont.
;Theodore will be election of officers for the U .m. Patrol officers on His wife. Mrs. Violent
1 1'I coming year.-.- Collie D Johnson to Willie Glover et tions condemning high beverage Meeker, is named executrix toserve
j e. Mrs. J. W. Kilgore, of Coleman. ox wd. Norris revealed that when he taxes and agitation for return of I without bond. 1BESSER'S I Ito
Grace S HiU to Stanley G Allison das
Ala. is a guest at the home of wd 110. recently investigated- highway prohibition. he declared. Next
her daughter. Mrs. Marshall Bail John Edward Woodard et tut to Claude accident he found seven bottlesof meeting will be in :Miami prob- f x
ia We. ey Woodard et az wd $10. ably late in September. YR
whiskey in the three in-
ey and family. C D Blount et ux t. FU Citrus Prod cars .tO
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Case and Cred Assn crop lien ca. and real ntc volved. _
son Douglas have moved into S14.000. On another occasion he said he West 'Point became a strategic j j
Max Kaplan et 11:1: to Land Bank Commissioner RESTAURANT
fort in early American
: their new home on Rio Grande amort mtc 12500. found a partly consumed bottle history be- ; !Meats Poultry, Cold Sour
; cuts.
Max Kaplan et nx to Federal Land of whiskey in an automobile being i: cause it defended the Hudson I Cream. Cheeses. Mayonnaise.
Ave.Mrs. Bank of Columbia amort IIItC 16200. driven by husband and father River valley and controlled communications P1Im taickd. and Rolls .
J. R. Crittenden has gone t Julia L Seely to K: T Owens et nx sm. a Bye : lv
to Lansing. Mich., where she is Russell 0 Guinn et ux to Cleo A KxanUet who had his wife and children land and the between New Eng- II) W. Church St. TeL Z-222S f iIL JUGS BWST Fu
al wd slot Middle Atlantic
a : with him. ;i
visiting at the home of her
A grand Roper Brother Inc to Fla Citrus Prod States. 'CAR I LR SULLIVAN M
daughter, Mrs. K. L. Huffman, Cred Arm supplemental crop pea ch The Highway Patrol hasE
Elk ""- e and her livestock and real mtc. E I DGMBUCKMM.HWtn ,ye
Huffman
family. Mr. is nothing to say about how much .
3 D West et 1IS to Julian R Hovcy et .
attending & dental college there. ax wd $10.Albert people drink" Sgt. Norm em- s MINIM JM 1AMOa
Mrs.. Huffman will be remembered Eugene Cowart et ux: to Fir FedSav phasized, "but when they drive Summer Set House
and Loan Mao mtc $4200.
: ; LAKA by friends as the former Helen A W Hurley et ux to Albert Eugene with booze in them, they are WINTER PARK II
Case. Cowart et ux real rev and violation of kicking us on the shins and t Sr n"Y

Red Cross instructions for Girl restrictions.R X: Outs et ux to Herbert D Davis I we will most certainly act." CLOSING TUES. MIDNITE Now eJ ,
Scouts and Brownies will begin et ux wd $10.Raymond The check of the accident records July 1st I -
Tuesday. They will meet twice D Robinson et ux to R Ever I those where I Showing
a involving only
ett Leedy et ox fsd $10. _e-ooeninq; around October 1st.JOYCE'S E:
week. Tuesdays and Thursdays Raymond D Robinson et DX to Francis cost damages exceeded $50. reveals Thundering Thrills! ''yi. 1 -
Bt
l from 10 to 12 ajn. at the homeof ,X Kelly et ux fad $10. in many cases that the Investigating -- ----- I I "WILD BILL !
M Y McMillan et ux to W C FalrchHdvd ,i
Mrs. J. G. Armstrong on Lake officer has noted where .
-FREE. Jennie Jewel. Ruth$10. Evelyn Patterson vlr to Clyde; one-or more of the drivers was DRIVEINI' :I HICKOK RIDES" Jr) : 'i N o Opg H. S --
Mrs. George Jeuck has her W Holt nawd510. Starring f tN
"intoxicated.
as i V N Sharp et vir to Carrigan and Bo-
Fried Clams Fried CfckkeH +
t WATER guest her father. Mr. Hickson. of land Inc "cd $10. I Disclosed in the check is the fact Bruce Cabot + '"id lyra /
a Palatka.Mr. j| Gerald B Malterer ct al0 Albert W that a large majority of Orange Hamburger Shrimp Constance Bennett +gk "vl1
lyre et nx nit; (3500. E
1 1t and Mrs .H. C. Tyner and Fir Nat Bank of Belfast to William A Countians select afternoons for Highway 17-92 MAITLAND ooe:1 +s
CARNIVALS Chief and Mrs. Herbert Tyner are i Jacobs e1I exeeutor's deed $500. their traffic mishaps, althoughvery Oars Daily a ......1 a.nu Sunday <-tt Bar How PIAy LNG 1 1IGE
Harold W South lllllllinilllllHIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIilHIIIIIIHIIIilllJII1DINING
Bachelder et ux to G
# visiting in St. Augustine.Mrs. 'I nil wd $10. few hours of the day have I Closed Monday i

S Uly CirUJacEM .( tlw Margaret Williams is con- Carl L VON et ux to E: P linker eta been neglected altogether. II I i -- R ,
I
r .*ilU YWCA Water fined to her mgt $4300.Mathew DUN NE .
home on the Oak I Twilight is danger time, according ,
Woolie to Harlow
et G
Itllct T.am! Day aa4 NihtptrfonuBCM Ridge Road, with a dislocated hip. Fredrick et nx mU $4750.ux to Sgt. Norris. "During I ROOM COCKTAIL LOUNGE PACKAGE GOODS Dr

L. The Vacation Bible School of I II Atlantic Lite Jna Co to Waite; A Uen- that period." he explained, !I
gel Jr et ax: sm.
I "headlights are not as fully effective rY rpY r-
Commercial Credit Corp to Frank C PATIO
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Beard et al IlL as In complete darkness." Bar.emsEL I
-J-FREE/ Clarence Bernstein et .v to David Morris Picnics
; RAPETTIFOR et ax cm. His personal experience, the ser- .
EJ Claire R Uoor et vx to Muriel Wag geant added, had convinced him II 1'
"Dancing under the stars"BiHy r oer rj -
ChampionshipSpectacular net wa $10.Golden
about 80 per cent of highway accidents ><
i SPAGHETTI wd $10. 'Rod Corp to Marie Hayes Cheney result in injuries. Arnold and his Orchestra Wednesdays and SaturdaysI I JUJ

I t-. Served,S to 9 PJI .Ctosed Monday Dorothea X: Bauerl et vir to James Most ominous fact about the I b ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL OPEN DAILY 11 A. M.
K Jones et ux: wd 110-
accident check, the Highway Pa-
Ri. 17-92 Winter Park James E Jones et ax to Dorothea E
Bauerle et sir mtc $7500. trol officer said, is the fact that _
ndanlk.Hpiu.puked-. is ---- ax R:. Maguire et al .to H T Cobb!>> Jr et there is no decline in sight. "Thereare i! i ; Where Discrimiaetiag Peopfe God ---- ---

......' Emily Gordon to W A McCree et nxwd many more, too many more
beta Tiae lriale ill_ial .. The Tropical Hotel I $lo. still to come," he said. !
Rua Ernest W Becker et ux to John Albert 4.Md4
start at 1100 .. .. "This will continuehe declared CLI. JOIg
'Central Florida's Finest" Johanson et nx vd $10. I %( tftrggr
"until people drive with _
KISSDEMEE. FLORIDA their heads and without the handi- -
Trader :Sew Maaatemeat the Baptist Church, which closed I. COCKTAIL LOUNGE Now
Open Year Round Friday with a picnic on the church cap of alcoholic stimulants. .. Ortando-Sanfortf Hiway 0 ot.o ae BtorU* Ci>4 Altameoto-Tai. W. .. .A .1 SH OWfN ..
EE Cocktail the largest held here giditi par
-- Llradleoa 12-z Diner *-9 grounds was
with over 130 attending. I!
DANCING TONIGHT lI


.. Gary DUCK IN S9:* S.-Oran ez

; FIREWORKS W Starling Blossom Trail DIAPER SERVICE LAKESIDE PARK r
W. serve the same -delicious- foods from noon tin C that I E
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Eh Real Cvbaa And saadwkhe JAY MILLERS ORCH. EVERY NITE 'r.

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The Sunday Sentinel-Star Radio Program I Winter ParkBrevities Orlando, Florida June 29, 1947 bt unbttg etntt1ttl-etar' Page 29_ i 1


Northwestern University Reviewing Stand pre- woRe (580) WLOF uno 'woRz fTW

sents the question. Is The Church Doing It's Job? 1:00: Melothes BIn 011 & Ned I
..15 JlelocS1u Gler7 Plfulllt 3 This Vet Wants Job!.
at 10:30 am. over WLOP. speakers include Bishop 1:30 MelodIes Chapel ID the ski a

O. Bromley Oznam of the Methodist Church, New S4S1eiodiei --- O1apel ID the SU a

.1-00 Baptist _______ I, MARGARET GREENE
Hr.
. York: area; Paul Hutchinson editor of Christian O1'u. Reveille e. '--I
5:15: Bautlst Oraun ReetUa OriIfl RecItal will bea [EDITOR'S SOTl'To five employers an epportonHy to pre.
Century, Chicago; Rabbi Louis L. Mann of the 7:3O DecIsion HN '; = Orusu Rev.IUe = iSC Sti.nz Qu&r5t4Sy. WINTER PARK-There vide work for disabled war veterans, the Orlando Morainr Sentta
Chicago Sinai Bob JODfS OrcaD RenWe NBC 8triD&_ uary special called meeting of the
Congregation; and Chaplain JamesC. tomorrow night will publish In co-operation with the Florida State Emptoyaeat T
800 News .___ World Kewi Rap J I City Commission
McLeod of Church of Air
Northwestern. ------- *
Kenneth O. Hance, ofNorth"'estern's :IS Renfro Valley -?? Church of Air UKWM Oo 1 Tm I I when the commission the zoning Service,_case histories of qualified ex-GIs seeking employmentl.
School of Speech is the moderator. 8:30 Rrntro Valley ETaogel Boar llelh. MIL A 'D. I, commission, and the citizens' committee _
_8. _JobMon ramllT .. Evangel Hour __ Mrth. M It',_ A'a900 i Two of the
The Family Hour at 4 pan. from WDBO presents -- w 111discuss proposed I nine veterans whose I II ed a bullet wound thrvaf made

the Prudential male chorus with Thomas 8:1$ IJsten------.BtblsCl.u.to Llebrrt Bible CUi,___....__, Charch Church of t CbrUt.CbrU'I changes In the new zoning ordi I stories have been presented; in .f the vpper right arm

Lender Jones orchestra in barber shop harmony. 9:JO Christ for World Voice of Prophecy Cho *. People I nance. these columns have found definite I After hospiUlfeattM-) be .. Vbacktodie1y1ongeisWe
_9'45 Christ for World volreofiropbecim. Haraionaires Rotarians at their luncheon- jobs, and two others have been
The program Includes Joe Howard's __ ___ ___ "DMtfa '
Honeymoon; 1000: News Arthur Via flora i for LUfnc will hear the tentatively placed it was learned
The Gypsy Dance from Caprice Espagnol by Rim- 10:IS Childcraft Pun .. Dixie Fou. Desisn for Usfnc meeting Monday en AnDo Beach and the
10:30 Voice of Prophecy. Reoewiaf Stand News Hlthlichta: : Sunny South Quartet which will yesterday. ; =: t
sky Korsakoff; La Paloma sung by soprano Eileen 10:45: -Voice of Prophecy--RtTlewtmjSland Modes Modern sing that night at a free show in An Orlando boy. today's veteran of Rome. before two more I I

Farrell; Tschaikowsky's None But The Lonely 1100 Salt kl Choir Methodist jChurch First Pn'-ChllJ'rh the Elementary SchooLChildren ;d Is a good truck driver and auto- :in a hospital.
11:15: Salt Lake Choir Methodist Church First Pres. Church Now the need of a fcto k HM
,Heart, and Malotte's Song of the Open Road, sung 11:30: Mum for Sunday Methodist Chorea First Pres. Church of ages two to six win mobile repair man. would be delighted -;
by Charles JYedericks baritone. The 11:45 Music for Sunday Methodist Church First Pres. Church be cared for mornings at All with a service station job main problem on fate ... L IeIformaUOn..hId1 -
program :
closes with The Lord's Prayer by Miss Farrell. 2OO-G lP Boor __.? Mutual Music Show America United Saints Parish House by Jean and is willing to undertake any- win bdp B M% t
12:15: Gospel Hour Mutual Music Show America United seat tike liMKAluminum
Those Websten, at 5 p.m. from WLOF 12:30: Gospel Hour __-_ Mutual Music Show U. of eh,. R'Ubl 1 1 Eickelberg and Ann Northern. thing he can do despite an injured I[ fl
State Emptomwn* Stnfle.
___ R'tab Girls well boys are being
features 12:48 Gospel Hour Mutual Music ShowC of Cht as as right arm. ,
Sirs. Webster's disgust with her fancied -1:00-News Rerlew __ Married-for Life-RCA Victor Show registered at the City Hall for the He Is married to native of :Pine St.. telephone TIT*. ,
failures in cooking, housekeeping and the dutiesof 1:15 NewS RcTtew Married for LUt RCA Victor Show YMCA-sponsored Day Camp dur- a
a wife and mother. A maid 1:30: Hires to Von Sammy Kaye .. Patterns la Poetry Naples Italy. and they have a six- I.r I '
is hired as the _1:45Hires_ ._to_Yon ..S._gaye-Pact-Flc'a_The_!Sophisticates I ing July when Bill Prangus win a month His Italian wife foil can be me so
result of a family conference. 200 CBS Symphony-==_. Bowery la Ctowa Jl e.. _____.___u_ direct games crafts and other activities baby boy !: thin that 10 sheet are ...... to t
Pres. Truman's address before the closing 2:15 CBS Symphony Cnannouncrd Sunday Matinee each morning at the High loves Florida but gets discouraged j equal the thtekneM of a ....-
session 2,30 CBS Symphony I.ntheraa Hour Sunday Matinee when her veteran is downhearted j
of the 38th __ .. School building, with swimming in paper.
Annual Conference of the Na- _2:45: CBS Symphony Lutheran Hour Sunday Matinee about being out of work. !
-
tional Assn. for the Advancement of Colored 3:00 CBS Symphony House of Mystery. Author Meets Crte the afternoon. This
youth went to North Africa
3:15: CBS Symphony House of Mystery. Author Meets Crtc When the Lions have their ,;
People will be broadcast at 3:30: p.m. from WDBO. 3:30: Pres. Truman __ Pres. Truman Pres. Truman ___ Wednesday supper meeting the in 1943 and on to Italy with the Have Your
WORZ and WLOF. The Chief Executive will be _3:45 Pres. Traatan-__-True Detect: ** __ Prea Truman ---.. newly-Installed president. W. K. 24th Infantry Regiment of the!' AZALEASSpaced
Family"Bour __ DetKt1T''iBCSnnpbo'
4-00 True
present by Walter White secretary of the or- 4:15 Family Hour __ Under Arrest KBC Symphony Smith.. will announce hi; commit- 34th DivisIon.While ,
gan1zat! n. Carol Brice, contralto sings God Be 4:30: Jean Sablon Show Wk. Arson World NBC Symphony tee-chairmen. he eat and Rfptaated ;
with
was a group
Symphony's i
NBC
Harsch-News
4 45 Jos.
With You Till We Meet Again. The Rev. John W. :00-SlIver Thrafien LeeJBweetland e"Websters: _-Sacred Heart--= Beginning this week, the Bene- stringing communications lines I By DAWKINS NURSERY

Suter dean of the Washington Cathedral will deliver 5:15 Silver Theatre...... Those Websters Szath-Myri ---- fit Shop will be open Wednesday in the mountains north'of Naples -
5:30: Kate Smith Nick Carter ___ Due Gar'way Sho I 9 to 11 a.m.. and Thursday from Phone 2-8331 for an ettaat
the benediction. _5:45 Kate Smith __ Nick Carter ___. Pate Gar'way She 1 to 3 p.m. only. ,: the Orlando soldier suffer

Martha Wright. soprano star featured in the 6 oojoD.AUir7DrewPe.. Jack.Parr-Show Word has been received here of
...
_
Show
Jack Parr
6:15: Gene Autry Don Gardiner -
Broadway musical Up In Central Park, and Glenn 6:30 Btondie __ Gnat Story Told Rocues Gallery the death of John J. Rowland in
Burris tenor. are co-featured on The Mutual Music JB:45 Blondie- ____ DrieS Story ToM Rogues Gallery -_. Bridgeport. Conn. June 19. He
-1bo-s: .m Spade ___ Mediation Board Stars of Tomorrow II ORMOND A. McABEE
Show one hour of music had celebrated his 90th birthday
of all -
types heard from 7:15 Sam Spade ..... Mediation Board Stars of Tomoflow:3O .
12 to 1 p.m. over WLOF. Ferde Grofe's Grand 7 Crime Doctor _- Record Shop....... Kenny Baker --- June 11. Mr. Howland. whose department DEPUTY SHERIFF WALTER BAHR I

Canyon Suite is the orchestral specialty. ':4$ Crime Doctor __ Record Shop_____ Guest Star .-_-_. I store at Bridgeport was learned by working "for free." .j "YOUR TRAVEL AGENT't t
Too-c ll1SsArcherEzplortDS Unkn'n Wayne iCing { largest in New England. retired '
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1-
Tony Martin sings the revived hit Peg 0' My a,15 Corliss Archer Exploring Dnka'a Wayne King _._ several and had been in *-
Heart as a highlight of the Tony Martin ,Showat 8:30: Tony Martin __ Listen Carefully Decision Now I years ago Air Bus and Steamship Tickets
8.45: Tony karUnUsten Carefully Here to Veterans 111 health for some time. 1I
8:30 p.m. over WDBO. -8 00-Take It-Lesre It.. 'Gabriel Heatter .. Take It or .Leare It I Allan Trovillion is spending his WALTER BAHR A POLICEMAN I Tours and Cruises all over the World .

Martinis other solos include Across the Alley 9 15 Take It-Leare _It-__ Gabriel HeatliT___ Four Knights Summer vacation from the University j
9:30: Stnke It Rich Counter Spy Visits In Verse 1
from the Alamo. and Brazil. Evelyn. Knight sings Jt:4S Strike It Rich Counter Spy ___. Visits. In Verse -. I of Florida at Buck Hill 30 E. PINE ST. PHONE 5301HEADQUARTERS ;
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:
As Years Go By and joins Martin in a duet treat- 10:00 Synphonette Theater Guild _. iews. from' NBC Falls. Pa.. serving a? a lifeuard. Musician To Crime ExpertBy
1015: Symphonrtte Theater Guild Stry B hind Hlines I Mrs. F. W. Alter leaves tomor-
ment of That's My Desire. Victor Young and his : Russell Or.
10:30 Claude ThornbUl Theater Guild Henry ----- .
orchestra are spotlighted in Tlco Tico 10:45 Claude Tnornhiil Theater Guild .:.. Henry__Russell Or., row for Seventh Lake in the Ad- - -
11:oo-N.w. -=-====-Sports-Parade-=-News from NBC | irondacks where her brotherinlaw DOYLE CLAYT
William Eythe motion picture star is guest of 11-15 Scores-News __ Dance Orch. _. Rustic Cabin Or.. and sister Mr. and Mrs. H. V.
the week on Mutual's Listen Carefully. at 8:30 p.m. 11.30 Dance Orch __ Dance Orch. ..._. Francis Craig Or. Cahill. have their Summer home. DF cI! to The Sunday Sentinel; -Star! ..
11'4i Dance_arch ___ News ==Francis _Craig 0. Transition of a one-time able skin-beater [orchestra ..
from WLOF. Studio contestants to Before returning she will visit
are quizzed as __ ___ SliD Oil Mews SliD Offl ,
News
12 00
events presented in each act of a three-part drama. 12 15 Dance Orch her son Richard in New York. drummer to you] to the post of one who is actively engagedin FOR II

to test their ability to hear and retain facts. Jay 12:45 12:30_: Dance Dance Orch CcclilOOStgnOZl __ Mrs. A. E. Cline and Miss AnnaV. beating the operators of skin-games is the story of Walter ,

Jostyn__is master of ceremonies. York. A.: Cline to spend left Thursday the Summer for near New Bahr, deputy sheriff and superintendent of Sheriff JimBlack's COLUMBIA "

Poughkeepsie.Fred identification bureau. DECCA

Sanfort Jr. is a patient at I Bahr. now 44, spent much of his.Co

I Social Security Benefits Orange Memorial Hospital where youth hammering percussion Instruments !student with the ID bureau in At- CAPITOL I. ;
t. DINING lOOM he underwent minor surgery. with Wally Nichols and -p -
,
PIIVATE.IIACN CoL and :Mrs. Osborn Wilson I his Musical Knights and with 'lantic City he received letters from VICTOR :

COCKTAIL LOUNGE have driven to Brevard N. C. Mickey Guy. the Columbia broad- ; both the Commissioner and Direc- I : '
\ Miss Bon DeForrest and Mrs. I tor of Publio Safety and the headof
Firstly caster and Brunswick: recorder in I RECORDS
I It, Claimed by Wealthy Ralph Day are at Vero Beach. I and around Jersey City and New the bureau attesting to the skill '"

Miss Mabel Heiser is here from York City. But he always wantedto he had acquired. I l( t
. Silver Springs. Md. be Bahr has those letters today and t,
a policeman.Ills
CHARLES M. EISTEIT Mr. ,and :Mrs. Fred Sorrow Jr. I ambition, he has along with them clippings of
[Ti,(p Sunday: Sen'inel-Stor! S.aff. \'/'n erf Virginia Trovillion and son Fred repealed stories about him. It; appeared that I I ;
was not merely to pound
- Eajoy a cool comfortable Ta. People in higher income brackets are quite prompt to 3rd arrive today to visit her par- beat, swing a stick and eat bananas a- Atlantic City police reporters, as-

rate eatioa at special Summer file claims under Social Security. % ents.Miss I and apples from convenient j I,ton-shed that anybody even a C I D .

Sometimes the last to file fQr payments is the widow of Helen Steinmetz is home i fruit stands. but instead to (I musician. would work: anywhere
I3.M Smile $1.00 Double, from a plane trip to the Midwest "free o
,j-for wrote pieces In the
be
.- I a poor working man, because she did not know anythingwas where she attended a council encased in the detection of rpaper about it. .
-
': 1\\ .t t Mff\\. __ due her or her children. meeting of Kappa Kappa Gamma major crime by scientific meth- i When his "apprenticeship" had

.c In either case. the applicant has sorority at Genoa City. Wis. I ods.Back: in the days when Bahr (ended. Bahr was not satisfied that I ,
qualified through deductions made I Dr. end Mrs. Louis Schulz .he knew all about identification so r
from pay earned in covered oc- Edith. and Irene will spend July 'was 21 opportunity tapped lightly I he supplemented what he had ,
i at his door in the form of offer
if tift__ and August at Norwalk Conn., |'I an -
; cupations. i!learned in Atlantic City with more
If "eojf' dIH I where Dr. Schulz will to become a member of the 1._
supply at
'
rr ....; I..t tt / These facts were uncovered in I the Congregational Church. Dur- 'Jersey City Police Band. The fu- ,study in the Institute of Applied
an interview with Paul K. Weaver, Science at Chicago, which has
'
: Y ture sheriff :
: ing his absence, the Rev. and Mrs. deputy turned a deaf I .
; :
of the Social In identification
Security graduates bureaus
Ub manager to this
j Fred E. Cole of the' University ear one partly because his .
J 10 field office here. which next Saturday family said "no and throughout the United States and
frJ \ Community Church. Austin. TeL partly be-
I
... .c. l" I will observe-It's a Federal will occupy the pulpit of the Congregational cause he could not see how a police I abroad. i SPECIAL :
\ iutf.ll OFFERING
,! .. .. tqt
.: : day off anyhow-the 10th anniversary Church here with bandsman could very readily become Bahr's duties in the Sheriff'soffice
of its creation. 'I at Orlando to maintain
are -
Mrs. Cole and their son. will reside a scientific expert on crime.
0 SJ1EJtiTtU PLIZL( / Responsible for seven counties in the parsonage on Alexan- Came 1939 and Bahr packed his all phases of identificationwork. t
-i a -Orange. Osceola Polk. Brevard. der Place. drums: and other belongings into lie is among the first sent OF SEVERAL WELL-KNOWN
the worlds ( beach 9't Lake Seminole. Sumter-the office Dr. and Mrs. : to the scene of a major crime to
Directly on most amour inwigontin Courtland Berry, the family car and started to BRANDS OF RECORDS I
opened July 5, 1937 in the Exchange Beverly and Donna will record finger prints and make I
lg ocean breezes the best all yen;climate for I go to Florida. He traveled south via
sports aDd recreation. New swimming pool acd.John .Lcoswd.cabazas. I Bldg.. and moved to its Highlands. N. c.. for two weeks. Atlantic City where he storped to photographs of the body or the ; .

Special Summer Kates. Write or wire. Gcn.. M5T. present quarters on the third floor Driving up with them will be D. call on relatives and remained for 'I blown safe as the case may be. INCLUDING
:of the Federal Bldg. April 29. 1941. A. Woodward. :.. :I Most deputy sheriffs off duty
eight years. It has happened before
ONE OF THE 27 SHERATON HOTELS I Weaver has been here since the Fred M. Floyd patient at Bay but in this case Bahr made can be found in Bahr's office and : NEW DANCE TUNES SPIRITUALS ;

,beginning. The present staff includes Pines Hospital whbse conditionwas the eight years count on his basic : inspired by his complete absence I

: Raymond Rash. field assistant critical is reported to be ambition.He I of hair, have formed "The Association -i ir I HILL-BILLY RACE ;

: Mrs. Mildred H. Connell showing some improvement.Mrs. was introduced to the Atlantic I of .Deputies to Bring About

Miss Edith McRae, Mrs. Margaret B. B. Acree and young son City police by means of a mur- ;,r a Reduction in the Cost of Bahr's Come Early for the 'Best Selection i
Bruce have gone to Bartow to visit Haircuts." President of the
Ferree. class assistants; Miss Mil- association -
I der. No Bahr did not commit it: .
dred Hamby, junior claims clerk:; Mrs. E. B. Acree. 'f is Deputy Sheriff George!
;
Mrs. Herman I he was one of. the first to reach I Ii each 6 for
Miss Autumn Y. Shannon, accountNo. Harrington returned Jump. I '
the after the crime had 19c 1.00
r clerk; Miss Sarah Lou Bishop Friday from New York: i I i taken scene in due Mr. Jump. take off your hat!
Ssis where she visited her son Ralph : place. Thus course I I
wage record clerk; Miss Lee Mills
\ Harrington and family.Mr. II:Bahr found himself at headquar- I
general clerk.Throu&h and Mrs. W. W. Sharplesswill I ters. He saw the "boys" at work:; .

: the years, nearly I be away from July 3 through j i in the identification bureau. That I I

.iJS-w* ? ;': :*. have 130,000 been account issued number from the ard.1 13.Mrs. .I was all. POPULAR .
t A.w I Donald Vincent and I At once Bahr volunteered to become LISTEN IN !
ti QC pool.ieend flO"" fice here. daughter Donna leave [ member. But Identification
i I ShO910c1 f5 bfid. |: In the seven counties. 4,693 North Carolina to visit Monday Mrs. Vin for a experts were police not inter- ,, Come To The Mardi Gras Freddy Martin. 63 !

individuals are now receiving Social Woodchoppers Boll Woody He/man 63-
cent's mother Mrs. Harry w.1 ested in even a good drummer I
Security benefits adding up Love. :with a lack of other qualifications. Peg 0' My Heart Ted Weems 79. ;

to $83.344 a month. Mrs. Norman Storer and Mrs. I'So Bahr announced *"well I will I Dreams Are A DimeA '

I For Orange County alone 1.653 Lyra Clough leave early this week i I: work for free for the chance to wti# Dozen Gene Krupa 63 f:

k beneficiaries are drawing 431,475. for Bryson City, N. C.. and will I Ist.op i:learn. The police took him up on ;
In, The Mood Glenn Miler 63
I Polk County comes second. with en route in Gainesville.Mrs. .that one. '

1,574 drawing 27016. Jack Thompson is in Jack- While Bahr worked as a "free Sunrise Serenade Frankie Carte 63

,;i People in the higher income sonville visiting her daughter, volunteer" with the Atlantic City That's My Desire Woody Herman 79;
, ['groups file claims as a matter of Mrs. E. D Rickett, and family. Police Identification Bureau officers -
Showers Lombardo
routine, just as a department store Audrey Condict is at Deer Lake found job for him April Guy 79
a as a
I sends out bills. Weaver said. Lodge, in the Ocala National Forest I civilian guard with the Arm Warsaw Concerto Carmen Cavafrefo 79

,!I A director of a nationally-known where she is an assistant at Air Force so that eating would With This Ring Dennis Day 63:
company. with a beautiful homeIn the waterfront for the Girl Scout I
not become problem.
j a i
I jI Central Florida drew Social camp. the end of the '
At
I I seven or eight
Security payments: after reaching Mrs. Irene Bowen who has been period when Bahr serced as a. HILLBILLY :
,'65 and until his death when pay- here from New York for a two 1-year _________ : i
weeks visit with Miss Helen Lewis 11 1 --
I II ments continued to his wife over plans to return today. There's A New Day :

I Tomorrow Walker' 79
65.A Jimmy
I windows
president a large company When. you buy :
Gospel Cannon Ball Delmore Bros. 79;
I whose salary was $15,000 a for no more than three months

__ year. retired as president of the so that if a claim is delayed more i 9 on cforuunt .' Southland Polka Pee Wee
board with a reduced salary which than that a loss of cash results. When I Hear The Song of '.*

still was large enough to prevent Weaver emphasized that serv- The Islands Eddie Martin 79
him from drawing Social Security ices cf the office are free and umininwws
Twin Guitar Polka Ocie Stockhord 79
benefits. The next year he filed that its purpose is to answer ques-

a claim saying he no longer hada tions and be of any possible aid Mississippi Shore D !more Bro 79

, salary but was drawing only to persons with claims which are Heart Stealin Mamma Grandpa Jones 79.

I II dividends. paid by the Federal Treasury after Dream Eyes Carlisle Bros. 79

I The fact that a man continues being certified here. ,
.
to work after reaching the age At intervals of not longer thana '

r r 1f !fl\: ",911f1t of 63 does not bar him from a month. members of the staff I RACE .

..- ... monthly payment if his Job at pay visits to county s'ats in the '.

that time is not in covered employment office's territory with headquarters Something new Is on So Long Johnny Moore 7
if he in State Employment Service
for example
as the folks! For the first Till The Real .
I air. Thing
-, "" works as night watchman for offices except at Melbourne.where ,;
the U. S. Government. the post office is used. time In radio history a show Comes Along Johnny Moore 79

State Welfare Board employes combines: headline news AND You are My First Lore Johnny Moore 79

and neighbors are those who most a thrilling dramatic serial! My Lords Gonna More .

often send in widows who neglected It's the story of my life- This Wicked Race Wings Cver'Jof.lanSBvertene 79
to file claims | -- and a cot-:
as
through ignorance = ,. = public private-
for much-needed benefits Weaver -. I umnist and newspaperwoman.After My Time Done Come Singers 79

: said. The public is now pretty -- -- I finish the news with Singing In My Soul Sister Rosetta Thorpe 79

.Memorial Distinction not expensive well Informed however and the WARE has more Douglas Edwards, famed CBS Jonah In The Belly .. -
is of belated claims has
proportion i : satisfied; customers newscaster: I'm going to take Of The Whale Jubalatres 79 '

It Is wen to know that a quality close by the quarries. and our fallen.One is that printed than any other window on the the microphone into my private I My Lord Called Me This

meoorial of fine workmanship use of every modem; stone-work reason market! And there's life. Come along 1 1HaxwsU
i a good Jubalaires 79
blanks are provided for funeral directors Morning
for
and the better grades of marble lag facility makes It possible I
who fill them out and awaWESTERflIIOATH : reason-WARE gives you more Louise Louise Blues 79
and granite.is not expensire. us to sell to you direct at worthwhile Johnny Temple

For more than fifty rears savings. Even our mini send them to the office when a I custom-bunt; quality, more House Coffee 1 I Still Lore You Buddy Johnson 79
p-jssnts
McNeel has helped plan appromum prices Include delivery to person with a social security number -'. I CflROLinfl EXCLUSIVE features, more 4

pilate memorials which are your cemetery and erection onendur'.ngf dies. The office then checks &m modem convenience and year I S
Send the today and if payments are due followsuptoseethataciaimisfiled.
} beautiful truly symthe lot coupon
bolic and at the same time for illustrated literature. i iSack 1 'round comfort for your money. WENDY TUNE, IN "DIAL A DISC" ON WORZ-
payments can be made : You owe it to yourself to Investigate i
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| Plea** cend free fflurtr-ted folders of monument for Home :1C\ Garden* -and ittractioo :: designs and sizes! 11:00 E.S.T.
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Ideas ind inlomMtloa. Z lun interetted in: Commercial Building -w.1,' .. ... AdcquM iau. "LOCAL DEALERS WANTED"EXCETLEVT :
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BUILD FOR PERMANENCE WITH CONCRETE 2 LUSTER FOAM

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: t JOIST ROOF TILE i .. ticks. Prescott Kennels says "most amazing
ROOF SLAB 'vFin.f.rocli m.
; $ .4 ; iI J '; item In field of dog byjiene." Pint bottle 71.00
< Sold .r L a4nc Drag. Feed .a4 Pet Stores
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I Sanitarium will also have charge of this hospital. Top viewis a
II I of the main building with 114 rooms, 109 with private tiled .
-.'r i[ baths, which was built as a luxury hotel in the late 1920s but
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will be housed. These two structures are situat- '\
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be obtained. from Randall E. /1" 7 '\ THE 4TH. .
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r;. I Base Radio I Smith 902 Plaza Ct.Albert Benk- :: > \ \ '
pf ly 139 E. New Hampshire Ave.,
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Club Invites ray. phone extension 1516. OAAB.
t i I j /" SWIM SUITS!

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I t'r! all invitation men Interested has been in extendedto amateur PtcsNew -

I .. radio to join the Orlando Army
1 ; I Air Base Radio Club W4KTH. NOW
I The club is not a military function All-In-One Sonoton
and members have same GROUP I
Hushes Noise-You Relax
privileges as members of any
private club. This newest Sonotone U the WOMEN'S SWIM SUITS
I : Its purpose is to stimulate interest I ONLY all-in-one instrument
i : in amateur radio. There with El-Focal Control. Great :
35 members consisting of comfort through a noiir dart
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::1 i :reserves, civilians and servicemen. I See itl j 7 ONLY Shop the whole town and

Several members hold amateur SONOTONE OF ORLANDO Lastex Knitted Suits $ e try to match the quality.
I operator's licenses while the I I 11 r Rayon Jersey Dress- 4 style, beauty and workmanship
rest are students. Any studentso 611 METCALF BLDG. 4T1 malcers. of these "GEMS" of the
desiring can take the Federal ocean at this deep-rat price!
't / Alluring Mid-Riff Suits
Communications Commission I i
PHONE 2-2101 We believe this Is
+ Two-Piece Glamor Suits Aawri/a's
examination at the club. I. I
j best Swim Suit !
: I Next meeting will be held in ;> "- Many More Styles Tool! Floor.
Building T-2035, OAAB, at 8 pjn. I G. F. COOPER-Consultant a
j July 7.Information. if
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JERSEYS Top Dif at swim ,
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New Stock!
Complete TWO-PIECE o aey's prire! drastic These-will cat /
OXE-PIECE I lor if y swimmersLASTEX
OB every Beach:
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I !' NOW' ON DISPLAY-At Our Downtown Showroom i .- tl S0 \ Women GROUP Finest III Quality GIRLS'TEENAG- :(


r SWIfil SUITS
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: REFRIGER ;TORS In Latest '47 Models '. tf,e eve e B.ever Formerly 'P/

priced .
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: /. b: With Frozen Food Lockers r' 3 up i price)to lt!twice low Everywhere .rrkr n dn': ;, s'i

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Here are just a few of the Name Brands for your 't, -

comparison, displayed side by side: '
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I WESTINGHOUSE -NORGE-PHILCO I Penney's Will CloseT; *

ADMIRAL-SERVEL-COLDSPOT-GffiSON : FLASH!! at 12:30 Wed. Jul) LOOK!
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3 i Ja nlrYBoFEA Depl ti: r 2nd and All .PT..1tIDs F

CROSLEY FRIGIDAIRES L T ,. Day July 4th .h LIHLE Gl

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Various Makes and Models Modern Electric i
I i ?otor little Suit., in t ..
I of Cottons and knt ,
WASHING MACHINESBuilt Sanforized Pop- I 1.1 z. Q'
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I : -2 MEN'S $3.79 BEACHSANDALS

Merchandise/ Available For Immediate Delivery \

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APPLIANCE CENTER f': NONECottontaw HIGHER NOW

noveltf print /
boxer type .r allwooloHd ranch Co.hlo> $1
color brtd -rath a "top" IV.,. site sea
M I CHURCH STREET OPEN EVENINGS IINCL( WED.] PHONE 2-3736 LOT 8-U. style First: Floor buiit-in, support! H R.bbn atwa. Dom Mei *! 4

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